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Retirees' Fire Department #500546

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 09, 1978
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(Studio) Upcoming report said to be message to old and to those expecting to become old.

(High Valley Park, WA) High Valley Park's proximity to Mt. Rainier noted. Community of retired persons described, include activities. Details given about community fire department, manned by retirees because there is no other fire protection offered. Firemen's names and ages listed. Kent, WA, deputy fire chief Dale Freelov's occasional instruction to men stated. [FREELOV - instructs on carrying ladder.] State's rating of fire department given. High Valley Park record contrasted to that of Seattle. [Fireman Arville SASSIONS - estimates number of fires in High Valley Park last year]
REPORTER: Bill Sternoff

Hart, John;
Sternoff, Bill

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