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Ann Arbor Fire Department Heads Receive Demonstration Dummy Called "Rescusi-Anne" From Edward J. Libs, April 10, 1963

Ann Arbor Fire Department Heads Receive Demonstration Dummy Called "Rescusi-Anne" From Edward J. Libs, April 10, 1963 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 10, 1963
Caption
Rescue Apparatus: Edward J. Libs (second from left), president of the Ann Arbor Association of Insurance Agents, holds "Rescusi-Anne" which recently received a new head after the original head had been damaged in a year's demonstrations of mouth-to-mouth respiration. Left to right are Fire Chief Ernest Heller, Assistant Chief Arthur Stauch, Libs, Assistant Chief Harold Gauss holding a wooden model of a respiratory system in a human mouth and throat, and Ann Arbor Fire Marshal John R. Williams.

A Symbolic "Graveyard" At The West Side Fire Station With Members Of The Fire Department, October 10. 1963

A Symbolic "Graveyard" At The West Side Fire Station With Members Of The Fire Department, October 10. 1963 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 10, 1963
Caption
Fire "Graveyard": In observance of the current Fire Prevention Week members of the Ann Arbor Fire Department have erected a symbolic "graveyard" at the new west side station on Jackson Ave. Chief Ernest Heller (left) stands between two "tombstones" which tell of foolish practices which annually injure and kill thousands of persons. Lt. George F. Hastings (center), commander of the west side station, and Fire Marshal John R. Williams stand near a cross listing the estimated annual fire loss within the Ann Arbor city limits.

Two Firemen Injured By Toppling Chimney

Two Firemen Injured By Toppling Chimney image
Parent Issue
Day
18
Month
May
Year
1966
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Peace Corps members complete an American Red Cross first aid class, January 1962

Peace Corps members complete an American Red Cross first aid class, January 1962 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 6, 1962
Caption
RECEIVE FIRST AID CERTIFICATES: Fifty-five members of the Peace Corps who are in training at the University and who have copmleted an American Red Cross first aid class, last night received certificates from volunteer first aid instructors John R. Williams (third from left) and Laurel A. Bauer (right), members of the Ann Arbor Fire Department. James M. Davis (left), director of the U-M International Center and chairman of the county Red Cross chapter, and Wilfrid de St. Aubin (second from left), executive director of the county Red Cross chapter, congratulate Peace Corps members.

F. J. Williams Dies; Former Supervisor

F. J. Williams Dies; Former Supervisor image
Parent Issue
Day
6
Month
September
Year
1975
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