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Ladd continued as CHUM program director until May 1958 when he was replaced by Allan Slaight.In 1960, Ladd was hired to do programming for WONE Pleasantville, New Jersey.After CHUM, Nordheimer did audio work for the United Church and worked in programming for CHIN Toronto.Nordheimer was the last of the living original CHUM jocks before he died at age 93 on February 28, 2015a #22 CHUM Chart in 1957 with "Here Comes The Night." Noble, who also jocked on CFCN Calgary, CKRC and CKY Winnipeg and WCOS Columbia, South Carolina, did his last CHUM all-night show in January 1958.Nordheimer later did audio work for the United Church and also worked in programming for CHIN Toronto.Boliska was a success practically from the first moment he took over from Pete Ladd on CHUM's morning show in November, 1957.
Nordheimer was the last original living CHUM jock, the final survivor of a group that included Phil Ladd, Harvey Dobbs, Josh King, Phil Stone and Hank Noble.
CHUM had a three-hour block of foreign programming from 7-10 p.m.
Then Walter Kanitz was on with the "Continental Carousel" (described as "songs and stories with a European flavour") from to p.m.
His zany humour (who can forget "The World's Worst Jokes") and off-beat approach earned him a loyal following that helped boost CHUM's profile during its early days as a Top 40 station. As politically incorrect as this feature might be on radio today, that was the daily focus of John Spragges mid-morning program on CHUM back in the 1960s.
Such was his popularity that Boliska actually did two daily shows on CHUM - the 6-9 a.m. John often referred to his legion of female listeners as my gals.
Another regular feature on Johns show was his sometimes inspirational, sometimes whimsical, sometimes thought provoking It became a very successful part of CHUM programming. That day came one day when Bob Mc Adorey was filling in for John.