If you appreciate good humor, then you'll appreciate these comics from the January 1958 edition of Radio-Electronics.
Their themes are representative of situations common in the era - like TV repairman woes and men obsessed over
electronics gadgets while ignoring their wives. Not that there are ever any comics in today's electronics magazines,
but if there were, they likely would poke fun at Oblivion texters and depict fathers being made to look like fools
by their disrespectful kids for not knowing how to program a Roku player.
"You're pulling in a strong station from Australia, mam."
"You know our motto, sir. We fix the set in your home or no charge."
"Didn't work this time, did it?"
January 1958 Radio-Electronics
of Contents]These articles are scanned and OCRed from old editions of the Radio & Television News magazine.
Here is a list of the Radio-Electronics articles I have already
posted. All copyrights are hereby acknowledged.
Posted February 12, 2015