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Date Posted: 23:08:33 07/06/14 Sun
Author: WTK
Subject: Re: Pittsburgh's Non-meterological Weather Forecasters
In reply to: O'Really 's message, "Re: Pittsburgh's Non-meterological Weather Forecasters" on 07:10:55 07/06/14 Sun

Bill Burns' 11:00 news on KDKA-TV was sponsored by Duquesne beer in the late 1950s and early 1960s. The newscast opened with a shot of a bottle of Duke being poured into a glass next to a clock resembling the huge "Have a Duke" (later Stroh's) clock on the South Side, with the hands at 11:00.

I think that was followed at 11:10 or 11:15 by the above mentioned Ken Kirk in his Atlantic gasoline uniform.

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