Vol.2 No.47 Dec.3, 1968 Grace Potts, Editor
It's beginning to look like Christmas … and KeeNeR is getting dressed up for
the occasion as evidenced by all the lovely decorations in the offices and
Our closed circuit television of our DJs at work is a very
popular feature at the Auto Show. During opening weekend, watchers were
three and four deep around the monitors.
The WKNR-sponsored Jimi Hendrix Show was also very successful - a sell-out,
as a matter of fact.
We herewith extend a KeeNeR welcome to our new switchboard fella - Paul
Hinchcliff, who joined us November 27.
Success stories abound in this issue, it seems, as we report that, because
of the unprecedented demand for the free tickets we offered our listeners to
see "Romeo and Juliet," a second showing is being planned for "the same day,
this one being a matinee.
Our popular news album is once again in the works. The covers are now being
printed and Frank Maruca has been taking pictures of the newsmen for the
back of the album.
Visitors to "the station: 19 Cub scouts, Pack 1123, Dens 1 and 2, from the
Littlefield Presbyterian Church, Wednesday, November 27; Bobby Vee, the
recording artist was here on the same day; and one of our former DJs, Bill
Phillips, stopped in to say hello while on vacation from his DJ job in
December 9 has been designated as Supremes-Temptations Day on WKNR. Both
groups have cut nine special voice tracks to be used on the air, the purpose
of which is to promote their new sound track album that is part of their TV
show known as "TCB" - (Taking Care of Business).
Our hospital report for this week consists of only one - the flu bug has
stomped hard on Jack Davidson, keeping him out for a couple of days.
We need items for this week's paper so we herewith give the advance news
that Rich Pawlowicz will be leaving us January 15. He has enlisted in the
Army and will be going to Fort Monmouth, New Jersey where he will enter
classes in tactical microwave radio.
PROJECT DETROIT Subject for Sunday, December 8, 1968 is "Auto Repairs: Are
we being gouged?" Senator Philip Hart discusses his current Senate
investigation into the high price of auto repair work.