WTVT Channel 13 - Pulse Featuring Jim Ruddle (Part 6, 1964)

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Here's Part 6 of the early evening edition of Pulse on WTVT Channel 13 in Tampa / St. Petersburg, Florida, preserved for posterity on 2" quad tape. Featured in this part is sports director "Salty" Sol Fleischman (in the second of three parts of his segment), with guests Bob Peters, manager of the Fort Lauderdale Country Club, and his half-brother Elry Lathrop. Includes:

"Salty" Sol introducing the interview segment of his sports report by describing the move of the Teachers' Senior PGA Championship from Dunedin to "the East Coast," before introducing Bob Peters and Elry Lathrop. Bob speaks first about how the plans for this move came together, and that the upcoming 72-hole championship tournament will be held from February 25th through the 28th (in 1965, of course), and the top prize would be at least $35,000 and possibly up to $40,000; Elry, a member of the St. Petersburg Antelope Club, speaks of the upcoming charity dinner he is to hold on February 25th, with 17 antelope and deer - plus buffalo and elk - to be served to invited guests, as well as last year's donation of $1,400 to the Boys Club and the Boys Ranch. After the interview is over, "Salty" Sol previews his next story before introducing the next commercial break.

Commercial: Wilkinson Sword Blade from England - made of stainless Swedish steel, heat tempered at 1976 degrees, polished 16 times, inspected 22 times, stropped on oxhide - "Masters of the Cutting Edge Since 1772" (voiceover by ??) - Also makes a great gift

This aired on local Tampa / St. Petersburg TV on Tuesday, December 15th 1964 during the 6pm to 6:30pm timeframe.


Date Uploaded: 04/26/2014

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"Salty" Sol introducing the interview segment of his sports report by describing the move of the Teachers' Senior PGA Championship from Dunedin to "the East Coast," before introducing Bob Peters and Elry Lathrop. Bob speaks first about how the plans for this move came together, and that the upcoming 72-hole championship tournament will be held from February 25th through the 28th (in 1965, of course), and the top prize would be at least $35,000 and possibly up to $40,000; Elry, a member of the St. Petersburg Antelope Club, speaks of the upcoming charity dinner he is to hold on February 25th, with 17 antelope and deer - plus buffalo and elk - to be served to invited guests, as well as last year's donation of $1,400 to the Boys Club and the Boys Ranch. After the interview is over, "Salty" Sol previews his next story before introducing the next commercial break.

Commercial: Wilkinson Sword Blade from England - made of stainless Swedish steel, heat tempered at 1976 degrees, polished 16 times, inspected 22 times, stropped on oxhide - "Masters of the Cutting Edge Since 1772" (voiceover by ??) - Also makes a great gift

This aired on local Tampa / St. Petersburg TV on Tuesday, December 15th 1964 during the 6pm to 6:30pm timeframe." /> Share

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