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Greater Tucson Fire Foundation
300 S. Fire Central Place
Tucson, AZ 85701

Phone: (520) 603-3055
Fax:(520) 791-3231


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That time again. Come out Friday if you are a melty type person and worried about the rain on Saturday.
Calling this sale: “To Grandmother’s House we go!) This double wide in Tucson Meadows senior living community is jam packed full. Inside, outside and everything in between! We know that you have many choices for estate sales and we appreciate your support! We hope you join us - come by and buy - or just to visit and say hello! A portion of the proceeds benefit regional firefighters through the health and wellness programs of the Fire Foundation. “taking care of those, who take care of us”.

Elk hide – rattlesnake skin - Native American pottery and baskets
Carved Oriental screen (very, very heavy!) - Oriental art (from when they were stationed overseas).
Hammered copper wall clock - Antique snowshoes from Alaska!
Many pieces of Victorian era lace, collars, doilies, dress
Autographed ball caps – Bill Walton, NASCAR – upholstered chairs – glider / rocker
4 bookcases including a newer “barrister” case - Teak and slate end and coffee table
Solid wood round table and 4 chairs - Cedar chest – leather recliner – faux leather chair and ottoman
Pine hall tree – (wood and metal) futon and bunkbed/futon – oak corner office desk
9 man casino Poker Table - Wrought iron glider, yard art - Powder coated steel bird cage stand (4x3)
EZ-GO electric golf cart - TREK mountain bike - Jetson electric bicycle/moped/scooter
CLIC-GEAR walking golf cart - Cadence treadmill – BOWFLEX – Olympic bar and bench press rod
Sleeper sofa, full and queen mattress sets, frames, complete bed with head/footboard, mat/box
Men’s 44 L, size 12 – including western wear suit and leather coat, tony llama boots, air Jordan sneakers
Women’s L - XXL
Corning – Corell – some vintage kitchen – all the usual household miscellaneous including office, bath and kitchen. Please note: this house sold during set - up, so the buyer contracted with the owner for the washer/dryer and all window coverings.

As always, we have a selection of bags, boxes and packing materials - but you may consider bringing your own!

Cash only, please. Sale hours are 8-3 both Friday and Saturday, doors will open promptly at 8.00 am. No discounts 'til Saturday at noon. Please Like and share. Thanks.

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Classic Retrovision Milestones

45 years ago today, Emergency! premiered. It was a joint production of Mark VII Limited in association with Universal Television for NBC. It debuted as a midseason replacement on January 15, 1972, on NBC, replacing the two short-lived series The Partners and The Good Life, and ran until May 28, 1977, with six additional two-hour television films during the following two years.
Emergency! was created and produced by Jack Webb and Robert A. Cinader, both of whom were also responsible for the police dramas Adam-12 and Dragnet. Harold Jack Bloom is also credited as a creator; Webb does not receive screen credit as a creator in the show's original TV-movie pilot, being only credited as its director.
The series starred Randolph Mantooth and Kevin Tighe as two specially-trained firefighters who formed Squad 51, part of a then-innovative field known as paramedics who were authorized to provide initial emergency medical care to victims of accidents, fire and other incidents in the field. The plot of the initial pilot film described the passing of state legislation, signed by Governor Ronald Reagan, and was called the The Wedsworth-Townsend Act. It allowed the creation of paramedic units. Squad 51 worked in concert with the (fictional) Rampart General Hospital medical staff (portrayed by Robert Fuller, Julie London, and Bobby Troup), who took over each patient's case from the paramedics who worked in the field.
Nearly 30 years after Emergency! debuted, the Smithsonian Institution accepted Emergency! memorabilia into its National History Museum, public-service section, including their helmets, turnouts, biophone, and defibrillator.

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Listen in 9:00 Tuesday AM, KLPX 96.1 World Famous Frank Show. Get the scoop on Dillinger Days. Tickets for Friday night "Speakeasy" available Hotel Congress

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