5665 West Bankroft? I remember in the 80's they had Muzak as 1 channel & "Ninety-two-five WMHE" which was CHR.
I think that was the address. For me, evening guy, to get in the station I had to walk across the lawn to the west side of the building and enter next to the Westinghouse transmitter. Charlie Myers was the PD then, Don Kierstead was head announcer, and I'm at a loss to remember the lady who was the GM.
The board in the studio was hand made, and there was two turntables, and three Magnavox reel to reel machines. In the other room was the big 14" reels of Muzak tapes which we had to change during an air shift. And, in an emergency, you could bring up the Muzak on the main channel to fill. This was before they had stereo, so it was really of no concern.
A humorous story about Don, we used to call him Carny Kierstead because he had sort of a manor of talking like W.C. Fields and he always had an angle. I remember when I first started, age 16, I was making $1.60 an hour working an 8 hour shift. Don came to me and said, "I'm going to make you a RICH man." He accomplished this by giving me weekend shifts of 12 hours straight, at $1.65 p/hour. But for a kid with an old VW and a job in radio it was OK.
It was, as you can expect, a stepping stone to better employment. I left before it became stereo, had the short lived Pams beautiful music format, or went rock.