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Oakland HRemember When' tells Ronnie Massey story

By Staff
special to The Star
Oct. 31, 2003
The show airs from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on WYLS-AM 670.
Massey, a pioneer in the automobile business, is the chief executive officer of Massey Super Mart Auto Sales. He began selling cars in the 1950s, when, as one observer said, "Cars were a great deal different."
Fitzgerald, creator and producer of "Remember When," said today's show is the 158th chapter.
Last month's installment was called "The Steel Story," and saluted Structural Steel Inc. founder and CEO Tommy Dulaney and Fitzgerald said the show's features seem to get better and better as the show enters its 21st year.
Today's program will also include country music from the last 60 years, with special guest Noel Adcock, in a "Great American Music" format.
WYLS manager Tim Craddock said the Barney Grant station is celebrating its 33rd year on the air in York, Ala. Grant joined forces with Meridian radio pioneers Fitzgerald and Adcock on Aug. 1 to bring East Mississippi and West Alabama listeners a new musical sound tagged simply "Great American Music."
Shows featuring Fitzgerald and Adcock are aired from studios in Meridian, and Craddock's early morning show originates from York.
For more information, call 693-2345.