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Barry Goldwater, K7UGA
June 1967 QST

June 1967 QST

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Wax nostalgic about and learn from the history of early electronics. See articles from ARRL's QST, published December 1915 - present. All copyrights hereby acknowledged.

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Senator Barry Goldwater (K7UGA), of Arizona, was an active Ham, as evidenced here in this June 1967 edition of the ARRL's QST magazine. Senator Goldwater also appeared in the May 1967 issue of QST. A lot of famous people have been or are currently amateur radio operators. A 1958 edition of Popular Electronics published a story title "VIP's Are Hams Too!," which included Arthur Godfrey (9K4LIB), Herbert Hoover, Jr. (W6ZH), and Arthur Collins (W0CXX). I wrote an article on radio host Jean Shepherd (K2ORS), of "A Christmas Story" fame.

Barry Goldwater, K7UGA

Barry Goldwater, K7UGA, June 1967 QST - RFCafe

During a visit to Phoenix, Southwestern Division Director John Griggs, W6KW, chats with Barry Goldwater, K7UGA.

 

 

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