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. . . save your heart for me, and your liver, how about a slightly used pancreas? . . .
[Description by Contributor Michael Hagerty]
It's KRLA "Win A Cycle" time, and you can play "Beatle Ball" with the Hullabalooer.
Dave Hull was a big deal in pre-Boss Radio L.A. Here, just two months into KHJ's new format, there's no sign of any sweat about this Real Don Steele. Besides, Hull was firing on all cylinders, out-zanying (and out-rating) Gary Owens at KMPC.
Radio newscasts are always a great way to remind us the world wasn't a safe place even in the good old days. Check the violence and mayhem level in the first newscast here including the kidnapping of California State Finance Director Hale Champion, his wife and 19-month old daughter ending in Champion being shot by a "well-meaning" citizen. He survived, told KRLA News his story, and made it to the ripe old age of 85.
Dave Hull went on to KFI, KGBS, KFI again, KMPC, KRLA again, KHJ and fill-ins for Robert W. Morgan on KRTH before moving to Palm Springs and enjoying a 16-year run at easy listening KWXY-FM. He retired after a format change in early 2010.
Dave Hull, KRLA Los Angeles, July 9, 1965
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