October 13 2012 at 09:40:48 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: OkieSpeak vs. Norf Caroliner Talk
Comments: I had a post office box when I lived in Charlotte at
my great neighborhood p.o.
Whenever I shipped stuff to my brother or friends, by at least 3 of the 4
window clerks, would be asked if "...I wanted to ship it PRORR-ity...". The
first few times - I said - huh?
I told my local clerks here in Downers Grove about the regional "postal speak"
and was nick-named "Mr. PRORR-ity" for a while.
NC is such a big state - you have normal speakers and folks with about 3-4
semi-regional accents plus speaking in "Southernisms" that you might NOT
hear in Tulsa.
(..and oh yeah - THEIR BBQ is no way the same as that served in OK!).
October 11 2012 at 01:52:19 Name: Jon C Topic: OkieSpeak
Comments: About a year ago my wife started a new job travelling
the western part of the state for the health dept.
In a rural farming area, she needed some directions. A farmer was next to
the fence and servicing his tractor so wifey pulls near and asks what road
to take to her destination. Wiping his forehead, and taking a few seconds
to think of his answer, then a big "spit of chaw" and the man pointed down
the road saying "take a right when ya see the taar".
Wifey was not going to ask more and like a man would took off. Nearing the
next section road she saw a big tractor tire leaning on the corner post,
so she turns right. Follows the road to a dead end three miles used for local
dumping. Swallowing her pride, and now thinking more like a woman drives
back to the farmer for a refresher course. "Don't turn until ya see that
taar" now she still doesn't get it, and another time or two the "Taar" gets
a little clearer and turns into Tower as in overhead lines being held up
by a TOWER!!!!!
That night she made me buy her a GPS!
October 10 2012 at 18:36:58 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: OkieSpeak
Comments: I can remember being in the cafeteria line in the old
TU Westby Center behind this cute little blonde freshman from Enid. I was
another nerdie newbie Freshman - but from Chicago.
"I'll take the corned BEEP sandwich on raw, please..." - was her request.
I could never see her again without stifling a snicker...
October 09 2012 at
16:49:46 Name: Mike Miller Topic: Okeespeak
Comments: In my good old college days at TU, Okeespeak was the
bain of Ben Henneke. It was a challenge to wean us off such hokie-Okie talk
and the twang that informs others as to where we grew up.
Ben helped a lot and I thought I had conquered the problem until I got a
job in DC in 1969 where I became the object of ridicule. Did I really make
Bob Schieffer sound like a Yankee?
October 07 2012 at 09:25:15 Name: David Batterson Topic: Okeespeak Email: DB@WestCoastOkies.com Comments: Don't forget "tars," as in "I'm getting new tars
for my Ford at OTASCO."
October 04 2012 at 17:23:19 Name: Steve Smith Topic: First Woods, now Hower Email: email@example.com Comments: Such good men and such broadcasting legends, both
gone now. My family always preferred KTUL's news over the others and enjoyed
Bob Hower, Don Woods and Steve "Z" Zabriskie's (later succeeded by Chris
Hower's work for "A Waiting Child" was his most enduring legacy, but he also
did a feature that spotlighted noteworthy local businesses and individuals.
One of them focused on my late father's boat business. He was very kind and
Both Hower and Woods were giants in their respective fields and will be missed.
October 03 2012 at 15:20:13 Name: David Harlan Topic: Bob Hower
Comments: I just stumbled onto the news that Bob Hower died. I
grew up in Northwest Arkansas watching the news on Channel 8 in the '70s
and '80s, with "Hower, Woods and Z" (and, later, Chris Lincoln). I thought
that Hower should have been on network news; I still think he could have
I always thought he was a good, gentle, decent man, even though I never met
him. I'm glad to hear that people who knew him and worked with him agree
Thanks for everything, Mr Hower. I would have been honored to shake your
October 03 2012 at 08:16:24 Name: Fred Martin's grandson Topic: Martin's BBQ sauce is available not
at retailers Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: If your interest in purchasing Martin's BBQ sauce,
this is Fred Martin's grandson. I have spent a lot of time and money in the
last year, and it now available, just hasn't retail shelves yet. But if
interested, please call me at 918-697-8711.
Thank you, if U call me U have a free bottle of sauce coming. I will deliver
it personlly, or if U know any one who might be in retail sales I am looking
for a market at retail level, hit me back.
September 28 2012 at 17:53:42 Name: DolfanBob Topic: KMOD Email: DolfanBob@lycos.com Comments: To bad to hear about Phil and Brent not getting
a contract hammered out with Clear Channel. So Roy D Mercer, Greek Theatre
and Dick Slexic Weather will go silent. Thanks for 27 years of laughter,
September 26 2012 at 09:59:34 Name: Webmaster Topic: Morgan Woodward radio interview
Radio interview with Morgan Woodward in the 2nd hour of
TV Confidential tonight:
Wednesday 9/26 at 7pm CST & Sunday 9/30 at 7pm CST
Click on the Listen Live button at
September 24 2012 at 20:17:09 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: Bob Hower
Comments: Does anyone know if there will be a funeral or memorial
September 24 2012 at 20:16:07 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: Bonnie Franklin
Comments: Was reading about actress Bonnie Franklin being treated
for pancreatic cancer. For us old timers, she starred in "One Day at a Time".
CBS went thru a phase of wanting shows "to be more relevant" from their previous
laugh-track-filled shows and "One Day..." was forced to take a plot line
I had also seen her in a Broadway Theatre League touring show at the Old
Lady of Brady in the 70's. Loved her in that!
A musical based on a Shakespearean play with twins. Now - I can't remember
what the title was....
September 24 2012 at 09:55:39 Name: Sonny Hollingshead Topic: Lynn Rainwater Comments: It's sad that we lost fellow Channel 8 colleague
Bob Hower this weekend. Just found out this morning that Lynn Rainwater passed
away. Worked with him for a time in radio before he left broadcasting to
open a jewelry shop in Sapulpa. He was a young 61.
September 22 2012 at 17:13:26 Name: Erick Topic: Bob Hower
Comments: KOTV has confirmed that Bob Hower passed away.
September 22 2012 at 13:39:24 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: Bob Hower?
Comments: There is a note on another site by Chris Lincoln's wife
that Bob Hower passed this morning.
Does anyone know anything?
September 21 2012 at 22:03:21 Name: Jon C Topic: Jest One More
Comments: I'm so glad to hear the phrase "Skweet" for Let's go
I was playing music with Leon McAuliffe 35 years ago in Arkansas when some
of the crew who all road together, and we had some time between shows took
turns grabbing a bite at the nearest and probably the only diner in town.
One of the "Okie" roadies had not eaten and was going outside when he saw
a couple other good ol' boys and loudly asked "Jeet Jet" answered by "Node
Jew" followed by "Squeet". Many heard this and these boys were clueless why
many were laughing hysterically.
I guess this wasn't something unique after all, at least in Oklahoma.
September 21 2012 at 00:25:14 Name: Tim Topic: Okie Addendums Email: no1...etc. Comments: Two more I finally remembered (and can't believe
I forgot, but seems to happen all too often these days)...
Orter (you should).
Ortant (you shouldn't).
September 19 2012 at 16:46:52 Name: Mitch Gray Topic: Jest One More Email: North Of You Comments:
Just had to add..
Ya'll hungry?..Skweet.(Let's go eat)
Ya'll ready...Sko.(Let's go)
slike (it's like)
Or just put M as the possessive before your noun.
Marm hurts today. I got sumpin in Myes.
Darn I banged Melbow.
If yer from round hyar you know theres oodles more.
September 19 2012 at 09:00:18 Name:
Jim Ruddle Topic: Coll-Okie-alism
Comments: Back at the dawn of time, more or less, I was a youth
who had wandered into the uncharted plats of settlements around McAlester:
Places like Haileyville, Hartshorne, and the like. There I engaged in
conversation with a weathered gent who was exercised about "Oral."
Naturally, I figured it was Oral Roberts who had revved his engine. But his
comments were bizarre if, indeed, the man with the Hands was the subject.
He kept referring to "Oral" in strange ways and I didn't know whether he
was some self-taught lawyer referencing oral argument, or perhaps some
superannuated pervert who was fixated on oral sex.
It turned out to be pure Okie. He was p.o.'d about a commodity price.
You got it: Oil.
September 19 2012 at 01:36:05 Name:
Gary Chew Topic: Okeespeak
Comments: Oh Tim. Such good stuff. How 'bout? J'oo (Did you?)
or Gohun't (one syllable, of course, which means: Going to...?) It rhymes
with "joint," which is a place where one drinks beer and doesn't mean anything
Oh yes: Irregardless (which means: Regardless)
Yip, that Meryl Strip'll sure git that Okeespeak down pat. She's a gooduhn.
September 18 2012 at 17:11:17 Name: Tim Topic: Okie Lingo Email: email@example.com Comments: Some of my favorite Okie words:
Bat tree (for your flashlight).
Warsh (to get it clean).
Wrench (after warshing, of course).
Dreckly (get to it in just a moment).
Perhaps Miss Streep can start with these to "get into character"?
September 18 2012 at 11:36:19 Name:
Jim Ruddle Topic: "Batesville"
Comments: This movie in "Batesville" is most disturbing. Streep's
entire career is based on doing accents: German, Bulgarian, New York,
God-knows-where, and now she'll take on an Oklahoma lingo and we'll get a
cross between Ma Kettle and Forrest Gump.
Count me out.
September 15 2012 at 23:28:21 Name: Jim Reid Topic: Silent Movie in Broken Arrow
Comments: I just wanted to let everyone know that I'll be running
a 16mm print of the Harry Langdon comedy "The Strong Man" this coming Friday.
Free popcorn & lemonade.
7 p.m. Tulsa Tech, 129 E. Ave. (Olive). & 111th, Broken Arrow. Info:
September 13 2012 at 17:26:38 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: Okie Film Production
Comments: Chicago production web-site posting today:
"Essanay Studios Wayne Kubacki reports that his company is supplying
the lighting equipment for Mark Castelaz, the gaffer on the feature,
August: Osage County, based on the award-winning play by Steppenwolf
playwright Tracy Letts.
Filming from Sept. 24 through Nov. 16 in Batesville, Oklahoma, it stars Meryl
Streep, Julia Roberts and Ewen McGregor, with Chris Cooper, Sam Shepard,
Juliette Lewis and Margo Martindale. Director is John Wells.".
Duh - is there a Batesville or do they mean Bartlesville?
September 12 2012 at 05:44:57 Name: Joe Topic: A message to Mr. Lee Woodward/Me TV Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: With all of the comments pertaining to ME TV, I
wanted to mention that I saw your brother on an episode of GUNSMOKE from
1868 this past week on ME.
I remember the first time that I ever saw COOL HAND LUKE (my 2nd all-time
favorite movie) on the CBS Friday Night Movie, watching with my Mom around
1972 or 73. She mentioned then that "the man with no eyes" was your brother
and I was, and still am, so impressed with that. You must be proud of him.
I am wondering if you stay in contact with him on a regular basis and how
he is doing, and how you, by the way are doing too?
I'm sure Morgan will appreciate your continued interest in his well being.
Yes, Morgan and I talk often enough to compare medical anecdotes. This is
a pastime of us older folks. Morgan did a lot of his own stunts in his early
days and is now paying the price...just like football players and other athletes.
I just talked to him Sunday in lieu of his 87th birthday. He is the middle
brother of five and is the oldest surviving. He is still sharp as a tack
but as I mentioned above, has some mobility problems; still, he has a knack
of getting where he wants to be.
When he visited here a few years ago, a fellow from the Tulsa World interviewed
him and asked the two of us to pose. So since you're a fan, I have included
that photo. (Webmaster: I was unable to find the interview in the World's
archives, or I would have linked to it. Here is a
story from 2008.)
And yes, we are all very proud of Morgan and his fantastic contributions
Best wishes from the both of us.
Morgan & Lee
Lee and Morgan Woodward
September 10 2012 at 08:45:31 Name: Erick Topic: Tulsa's digital subchannels
Comments: To my knowledge, all digital subchannels in Tulsa are
available on the primary cable company in the area, Cox Communications.
RTV (Retro Television Network) is still available on one of KTUL's subchannels,
though it is certainly a shell of it's former self. Me-TV is a nice addition
to Tulsa, and I would love to see Antenna TV arrive someday. This TV is good
for old/obscure movies.
September 09 2012 at 21:27:13 Name: Bill Welker Topic: Mooring tower on NBT building Email: email@example.com Comments: Sirs: On your page
http://www.tulsatvmemories.com/weather.html#nbt, you have a photo of the
Graf Zeppelin moored to the Empire State Building. Your text says "At right:
the Graf Zeppelin moored at the Empire State Building in 1931." You should
change this text to read something like "At right: Artist rendition of the
Graf Zeppelin moored at the Empire State Building."
You see, no Zeppelin ever moored at the Empire State Building and the Graf
Zeppelin was not in the US in 1931.
And there is more: Further down the page you have another photo with the
caption "Zeppelin approaches the NBT tower. Courtesy of the Beryl Ford
Collection/Rotary Club of Tulsa"
The Zeppelin in that photo is the USS Los Angeles, and the date was in 1929.
The USS Los Angeles only made a fly by of the downtown Tulsa area, and in
that photo, she is about 1/2 mile away from the NBT tower. She did not moore.
I am trying to locate the photo mentioned in the 2/26/1997 Tulsa World story
by Bill Underwood "320 South Boston". I would like to try to identify the
airship in question.
September 05 2012 at 18:02:51 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: More on digital sub-channels here in
Chicago, but also in Tulsa Comments: WGN TV in Chicago dumped their Spanish language
sub-channel and went dark on another.
They carry ANTENNA TV now - with many of the same stuff - but at different
times then the Weigel station.
Fox O&O WFLD and managed WPWR in Gary, IN share syndicated shows but
at different times. Plus WFLD has NEW Fox programming. The Simpsons new shows
and re-runs are on WFLD but for some reason - re-runs of Family Guy, American
Dad, and Futurama are on the Weigel stations.
It all has changed from say when KTUL bought IRONSIDES or DRAGNET in syndication
and no other station in the Tulsa market could carry the shows.
September 05 2012 at 17:57:19 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: Digital sub-channel programmers
Comments: 8 was carrying the Retro TV network for a while but
the Little Rock based company - also ran into financial difficulties.
Weigel Broadcasting in Chicago seems to have a lock on MeTOO and MeTV plus
Bounce TV (African American-centric programming 8-10 hours a night and great
movies) for digital sub-channel programming.
Originally they had a deal with Warner Brothers and I believe Columbia Pictures
packages. They are supposed to be providing programming to stations in other
markets.I know that one of the stations in Champaign-Urbana, IL carries MeTV
as a sub-channel.
Many of these sub-channels WON'T appear on cable because stations don't want
to pay to populate cable channels.
September 05 2012 at 09:25:10 Name: DolfanBob Topic: MeTV
Comments: Mike. Since you mentioned MeTV. I have a question about
the preceding format on Fox 23 sub channel. The Cool TV. I liked it right
up to just before we lost it. It brought back the memories of what MTV used
I asked a friend who works at Fox 23 and he told me that they went bankrupt.
I just can't seem to find any information about that on the internet. I guess
Music Videos just won't ever make a come back, at least on their own
September 04 2012 at 19:56:11 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: Late night TV in Chicago
Comments: One of WCIU's MeTV digital sub-channels started running
KOJAK last night.
Must have been the pilot because of all of the REAL NYC location shots. Later
shows had repeated (and repeated and repeated) second unit shots of NYC but
all else happened in Hollywood.
A young Richard Gere is a minor baddie in the episode - I had to look
September 04 2012 at 19:52:32 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: Sonny & Susan Gray
Comments: Are they still around or gone off to the great gig room
in the sky?
August 31 2012 at 17:12:25 Name: Webmaster Topic: New Amazon pages
In the continuing quest to recreate the warp and woof of our Tulsa pop culture
past, I added several new pages to the TTM aStore.
I find looking at these items a great way to remember fun aspects of Tulsa
life in the 50s-80s.
August 31 2012 at 16:04:50 Name: Joe Morsman Topic: Beverly Pool Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: I was in Tulsa on business a few weeks ago, and
a flood of memories came rushing back. I grew up in Tulsa (born in St. John's
Hospital in 1955, and moved away in 1963), and have tons of wonderful memories
there. The internet is a wonderful way to help jog, confirm, or disaffirm
One of the earliest is of Beverly Pool, which was around 41st and Yale. When
I googled it, I saw a blog entry on this from several
years ago. I grew up just south of what is now Southland and Southroads Malls
(one of them is now Tulsa Promenade mall, I believe). Whichever one is on
the south side of 41st Street is where the Beverly Pool was.
There was a house there, which appeared to have been abandoned a number of
years prior. It was a one story, very large house, sort of an '40s contemporary
design. The house had a swimming pool, which after the house was abandoned
was run as a public pool. You could still go up to the house and look through
the windows, but there was nothing in it. I spent nearly all of several summers
there as a very little boy.
Apparently the pool closed some time in 1961 or 1962 as the property was
sold to some developers. After the house and pool were demolished, they dug
a huge hole, which was the basement for the shopping center. There were dirt
ramps down in the hole, and my brother and I spent hours riding down into
the hole and coming back up.
Just one of my many, many fond recollections from growing up in what I thought
was heaven on earth, Tulsa. Thanks for letting me share.
I'd forgotten that Lee was the beneficiary of the incident.
August 31 2012 at 07:23:42 Name:
Jim Ruddle Topic: Brady Bunch dad
Comments: This probably isn't news to many out there, but for
some it will be. With "The Brady Bunch" still in re-runs somewhere, the character
of the Brady father has a KOTV connection.
One day, about 1956 or '57, a tall, good-looking guy with a good voice shows
up. His name is Robert Rietz, and he's been doing voiceovers in Hollywood.
He says he's tired of the West Coast scene and the improbability of getting
anywhere there. He auditions at KOTV and is hired as a booth announcer, a
bit different from doing the voice of Smokey the Bear--his former high-water
He apparently got a call from his agent after his first day at work, packed
up and left before most people ever knew he had been there. It was a good
move since he had a pretty good career even before the "Brady" success, with
a couple of movies and a TV series or so. His professional moniker was Robert
He never came back to Tulsa, as far as I know, but perhaps someone else has
August 27 2012 at 10:20:44 Name: Mitch Gray Topic: Notta Lotta Ram Email: North Of You Comments: What I find amazing is that my old Commodore 64
could have sufficed for the Apollo 11 guidance computer.
We've come a long way from the floppy days!
August 27 2012 at 07:19:56 Name:
Jim Ruddle Topic: Man on the moon Comments: Regarding Mike's admonition to check the facts:
When the big Armstrong-Aldrin event occurred, the Bridgeport, Connecticut
Post headlined :"MAN WALKS ON PLANET MOON!"
Someone even reproduced that page one exclusive on a coffee mug.
August 25 2012 at 22:37:17 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: Man on the moon
Comments: Neil Armstrong has passed.
God speed, Neil Armstrong.
In this day of "accurate reporting" - some reports read that he was 92 not
(Always check your facts...)
August 17 2012 at 12:57:31 Name: Mitch Gray Topic: Pelvis Email: North Of You Comments: I saw Elvis working at a toll booth between Tulsa
and Stillwater recently.
He's still alive.
August 16 2012 at 18:17:52 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: Oh, heck!
Comments: ELVIS has now been gone 35 years...
Time passes fast.
August 14 2012 at 00:33:47 Name: Barry Parks Topic: The American Theatre Co. today Email: email@example.com Comments: I went to see The Comedy of Errors, on the lawn
at Philbrook Saturday night 8/11/2012. The American Theatre company is a
different generation from those I last saw at the Brook doing Eddie and the
Eclectics or the many shows featuring The
They did a good job and the weather was perfect and the crowd cool and fun.
It was fun to watch the shenanigans again and remember the old days and wonder
where the old Martels, Joyce, Buford and little Jimmy are today, fond memories!
A good time was had by all.
August 10 2012 at 19:43:00 Name:
Jim Ruddle Topic: Ken Broo Comments: I wasn't around when Ken
Broo was in Tulsa, however I have friends in Cincinnati and I am sorry
to tell his friends that his wife Jackie died last Friday at 59. I'm sure
that you can learn more by googling
August 10 2012 at 13:02:34 Name: Erick Topic: Chughole of the Week
Comments: KOTV has put several Chughole of the Week segments in
it's video vault over the past few days. www.newson6.com/vault
August 09 2012 at 15:35:00 Name: Mike Bruchas Topic: Watching ancient CHEERS re-run....
Comments: Spanky MacFarlane did a customer cameo and I think denied
to "Cliff" that he was Spanky....
August 08 2012 at
13:43:50 Name: Mike Miller Topic: Bob Gregory & Bill Pitcock
Comments: Bob Gregory and Bill Pitcock were brothers. Another
brother, Jim was news director at KATV in Little Rock. I believe there was
still another Pitcock brother as well.
Bob had changed his name to Gregory before I met him in 1959 when he hired
me at KTUL-Radio. Bob Gregory may have had actor Gregory Peck in mind when
he changed his name. I nicknamed Bob "DDT" (for Daddy Deep-Throat.)
I worked with both Bob and Bill. They were as different as night and day
but both were fun to be around.
August 08 2012 at 08:40:40 Name: Joe Topic: More Bob Gregory stuff
Comments: I was told a long time ago that Bob Gregory and Bill
Pitcock were brothers in real life, and that Bob had changed his last name
as a stage name. Can anyone verify that?
August 06 2012 at 01:25:34 Name: Charles Topic: Camp Garland
Comments: I know it's off topic....but if any of you are boy scout
alumni of Camp Garland, I have started a Facebook page for your memories.
Just search on Facebook for Camp Garland alumni.
August 02 2012 at 13:39:26 Name: Webmaster Topic: Quality time
I captured this video yesterday while spending some quality time on the Wii
with the Gottlieb Hall of Fame Pinball Collection. Turned out that several
other people had run across this odd glitch. Great way to rack up a huge
score while enjoying lunch!
August 02 2012 at 12:11:48 Name: David Haddock Topic: Mr. Zing Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: I remember going to see Mr. Zing and Tuffy and of
course Shaggy Dog, in Bartlesville at the annual Christmas Party at the old
civic center. We had a wonderful time and went home with fruit and candy
that was given out.
I also appeared on the show with my brother and cousins. When Mr. Zing asked
my name, I told him I was Davy Crockett, because that's what my dad always
called me. That must have been around 1965 or 66.
Does anyone know if there are copies of the show available anywhere?? I would
be more than willing to go through the archives to find that show!! Would
love to have it to give to my brother and my parents!
Sad to say, there are no archives of any of the local kid shows from that
era. If there were, I would be looking up my 1960 appearance on
Big Bill and Oom-A-Gog, and my wife's on
Mr. Zing in 1966 (though I may have miraculously
found a still photo of hers!)
August 02 2012 at 11:16:14 Name: Webmaster Topic: Camelot Inn's end Comments:
The former site of the Camelot Inn at 51st and Peoria is now occupied by
an opulent QuikTrip. The QT is a great, though nondistinctive improvement
over the ruined castle eyesore that stood in that state for many years.
I ran across the following notes about the last days of the Camelot on this
site, A Short History
of OKon by Tim Frayser. (OKon was an annual science fiction convention
hosted by a fan club, STARbase Tulsa, from 1977 through 1992. I attended
the 1978 OKon II at
the Mayo Hotel in some of its last days before the recent renovations.)
(The 1992 OKon XV was) "held at the rapidly decaying Camelot Hotel, several
room air conditioners exploded over the weekend, and many con-goers refused
to swim in the sickly-green swimming pool.
"Late Saturday night, someone set off a smoke bomb in one of the video rooms.
Nine Tulsa Fire Dept. fire trucks responded to the alarm. The entire second
floor was evacuated for several hours, and one person was treated on the
scene for smoke inhalation. Immediately following closing ceremonies, lightning
struck the roof of the Camelot, which soon closed down for good."
That was the last OKon. Possibly the organizers were bummed out, viewing
those events as bad omens.
"(The Camelot) was bought in '93 by the Mahareshi Mahesh Yogi (of Beatles
fame), but fell into extreme disrepair and was shut down in '96 by the city.
It has been something of a "hobo heaven" (as Wilhelm Murg might say) since
then. Quite a comedown after having boasted Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford and
Elvis as guests."
July 30 2012 at 09:50:10 Name: Greg Topic: Bob Gregory
Comments: I have a Bob Gregory story.
In 1967, my parents, brother and I were on a plane flying to Washington,
D.C. to visit my other brother, who was serving in the Navy there. Much to
our surprise, we were seated next to Mr. Gregory. He was pretty well-known
in Tulsa then, so my mother was kinda star-struck. I remember him being very
cordial to us.
Happy belated birthday to a Tulsa news legend!
July 30 2012 at 07:45:51 Name:
Mike Miller Topic: DDT
Comments: Happy Birthday to Bob Gregory who was 81 July 27. He
was a huge influence on me, Gary Chew and many others, at KTUL Radio in the
late 50s. He later hired me as news director at Channel 8.
There was nobody like him. Daddy Deep Throat!
I forwarded your message to his son, Scott Gregory.
July 30 2012 Name: Webmaster Topic: Previous GroupBlog link