[CQ-Contest] EO6F & communism

W3DMB at aol.com W3DMB at aol.com
Tue Apr 1 11:14:25 EST 2003

"No Kids. No Lids. and No Space Cadets"  was a 75 meter AM  tradition of W2OY 
back in the early and mid 50's when I was a kid, possibly a lid, but no space 
I don't remember anyone else using it (at least on the East coast).

W3DMB  "Doing My Best"
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In a message dated 01-Apr-03 09:44:24 Eastern Standard Time, kg5u at hal-pc.org 
> I think so.
> Wasn't there a KV4 station that used to include something to the effect of
> "no iron curtain slaves" in his CQ's? I only ever heard him during
> non-contest periods.
> I've also heard the 'traditional' "CQ - No lids, no kids, no space cadets"
> from USA stations, mostly on 20 and 75.
> 73,
> dale, kg5u
> >Just curious.....
> >
> >Did anyone call "CQ contest, no commies" during the hieght of the
> >cold war?
> >
> >I never heard that. As a matter of fact, I think we, as Hams, had
> >a really
> >neat relationship, no matter what our political views were.
> >
> >73-Chuck KI9A

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