House of Hazards by Fairview Girl Scouts

TOY HOUSE not fur burning is part of the Girl Scout Fire Prevention Week exhibition at Chris Luteran Church, Yorkship and Tuckahoe rds., Fairview. Entertained by an explanation of Fire Chief George Baxter, city fire marshal, are (left to right) Scouts Kathleen Wilson, Judity Moffa, Deborah Speno and Patricia Papandrea.

Camden Courier-Post – October 12, 1964

On Thursday evening, October 15th, Fairview Girl Scouts, their parents, friends and neighbors, will be treated to a unique production in the interests of fire prevention. Chief Fire Marshal George Baxter, will personally present “The Camden House of Hazards”; an unusual demonstration designed and executed by the City of Camden Fire Department. The presentation is both entertaining and extremely informative. Supt. Michael Speno, of the Camden City Electrical Bureau, will also be present to demonstrate the proper operation of a fire alarm box.

The place is Christ Lutheran Church at Tuckahoe and Yorkship Rds., the time is 7:00 p.m., the admission is free, and EVERYONE IS WELCOME.


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