Danny mentioned how the exhibit reminds viewers and listeners of the arrival of the AA highway, Earl D. Gene Waters describes that night: Just had a good time. Two weeks later, I was on the job. There's nobody like him.
So that took care of that. The station went on the air at 6 am with a look at news headlines, followed by the sports. We had a remote broadcast from that spot to cover Al Lewis' arrival. I said, we don't know anything about it. There were some trying moments behind the old WFTM mic. Hal always had a penchant for selecting the best watering hole, and we ended up there in the Bloody Bucket. And that's all there was to t. Serving as manager was J. I was gonna take it to Washington. But we started it. That half hour from 6 to 6: And sometime toward the last week in December, Hal Sagraves entered the picture. And that makes us feel right good. According to Clarke, True was one of a kind: You know, I might have thrown in the towel if it hadn't been for Bud. If the old pipes hold up after six months of that kind of stuff, you're on your way. The call came that we have been certified, and the field examiner for the Federal Communications Commission was there, in league and in the company with the installing engineer, the late Fred Grimwood. We've helped the schools a lot. And I'd say Bill is one of the top men we've had. Gene Waters describes that night: Photos reveal faces and spaces at WFTM many may have never seen before. State-of-the-art equipment powered the new station. You wait right here. The exhibit is open now through Sept. Jones reported on the sports.
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