[B-R-I] Re: Call Letters Meaning on Wikipedia

Dave Doherty dave@skywaves.net
Sat Jun 15 17:21:46 EDT 2019

Arthur Godfrey was K4LIB

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On Friday, June 14, 2019, Bob Nelson <RaccoonRadio@GMail.com> wrote:

 > One famed radio personality who had a ham radio license (several call signs  > over the years) was Jean Shepherd (WOR; "A Christmas Story") K2ORS  >  > http://forums.qrz.com/index.php?threads/jean-shepherd-k2ors.484229/

And let us not forget the one and only late Arthur William Bell III, a.k.a. Art Bell¹:  W6OBB, [ex‐KN3JOX (upgraded to K3JOX shortly after), then W2CKS];
                    4F1AB (Philippines)



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