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Re: WEZE/WTAG (fwd)
- Subject: Re: WEZE/WTAG (fwd)
- From: Donna Halper <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 06 Jun 1999 19:59:19 -0400
>No, Donna. We've been all though this--over and over
>again--here on this group, maybe 18 months ago.
Well, I was hoping this could be a private matter between me and Dan, but
evidently not. Okay, one more time-- I KNOW THAT WEZE AND WLAW WERE NOT
THE SAME STATION NOR WAS WNAC THE RELATIVE OF WLAW EXCEPT BY VIRTUE OF THE
FACT THAT SHEPARD HAD WANTED A LOWER FREQUENCY FOR YEARS. My only point
was that somebody had mentioned WEZE as an old station. It really didn't
exist under those calls till 1957. That's all I meant. Really.
>What happened was that General Tire and Rubber, which
>owned WNAC (1260 kHz 5 kW DA-N) bought WLAW (680 kHz 50
>kW DA-1) from (I believe) the family of Horace Hildreth,
Nope. The family of Alexander Rogers. Hildreth's stations were in Maine, yes?
Anyway, my apologies for any confusion-- all I was trying to do was show
where each of the call letters had first been used.