All the youngsters were invited to Hengerer’s to meet Rocketship 7’s Dave Thomas and Snoopy to promote the upcoming Peanuts film “A Boy Named Charlie Brown.”
No word on whether the Sweetlys, Mr. Beeper or Promo the Robot would be attending.
From the Buffalo Evening News, Nov 29, 1958– the day before Channel 7 signed on the air for the first time.
Irv Weinstein was a newscaster at KB Radio at this point– Channel 7’s first news anchor was Roger Lund.
Stan Barron was on the sports desk, and Rick Azar– who was also the announcer who signed on the station– was Channel 7’s first weather man.