May 1967 QST
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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. Senator Barry Goldwater (K7UGA), of Arizona,
was also an active Ham, as evidenced here in this May 1967 edition of the ARRL's QST magazine.
Senator Goldwater also appeared in the June 1967
issue of QST.
Barry Goldwater, K7UGA
Barry Goldwater, K7UGA, was given honorary life membership in the Fort Myers, Florida Amateur Radio
Club on February 3. The former Senator was also presented a trophy for his service to amateur radio.
Making the presentation were club president K4CAH (l.) and W4PJG (r.).
Posted March 7, 2017