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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.

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
Published In
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.

Fire Chief Ernest Heller Is Interviewed By Mary Stevenson For A Series At The UM TV Center, August 23, 1963

Fire Chief Ernest Heller Is Interviewed By Mary Stevenson For A Series At The UM TV Center, August 23, 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 23, 1963
Caption
Firemen Become TV Stars: Ann Arbor Fire Chief Ernest Heller (back to camera) is shown here being interviewed by Mrs. Mary Ann Stevenson, host of the University's " Through Children's Eyes" television series, as part of the filming yesterday of a series show on fire prevention and safety. The show will be seen in this area next month on Channel 7, (WXYZ-TV, Detroit), and on other Michigan television channels. Program dates have not been set. Filming of the show in front of the U-M Television Center at 310 Maynard St., drew a large number of spectators. Taking part, in addition to Heller, were Lt. Laurel Bauer, and Firemen Richard Hansen, Dean Kapp and Harry Weible. The department's aerial ladder truck was used.