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Mrs. Banghart To Head Nurse Association

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Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
January
Year
1963
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Coffee Pot Boiling Dry Tied To Fire

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Parent Issue
Day
19
Month
October
Year
1962
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$30,000 Fire Hits Firm In Pittsfield

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Parent Issue
Day
22
Month
August
Year
1962
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Firemen Brighten Youngsters' Easter

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Parent Issue
Day
1
Month
April
Year
1972
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Firemen Get Instruction

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Parent Issue
Day
19
Month
May
Year
1966
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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.

AA Fireman, John Rayburn, With Kimberly Kovac At St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, April 20, 1962

AA Fireman, John Rayburn, With Kimberly Kovac At St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, April 20, 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 19, 1962
Caption
He saved her life: Ann Arbor Fireman John Rayburn visits little Kimberly Kovac in St. Joseph Mercy Hospital where she is recovering from a nearly fatal choking accident Monday while at play at her home, 2742 Beacon Hill Rd. Kimberly caught her snowsuit on a swing set and nearly hanged herself. Rayburn, a neighbor, off-duty at the time, saved her life by mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Kimberly was released from the hospital today.