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K2ORS Lives!
This week, we tune in the year 1965 on the radio dial and listen to a ham from the past who entertained the whole radio world.

You can look it up. Warren H. Ziegler holds the call sign K2ORS, as an homage to one of his early heroes. But not long ago, that call belonged to another ham, now a silent key: the legendary broadcaster and author Jean Shepherd...


Copyright: 2003 ARRL

Editor's note: Stan Horzepa, WA1LOU, resides in downtown Wolcott, Connecticut, and is a member of the QQCC (QST quarter century club), i.e., he has been a QST writer for 25 years. Since getting his ticket in 1969, Stan has sampled nearly every entre in the Amateur Radio menu (including a stint as Connecticut Section Manager), but he keeps coming back to his favorite preoccupations: VHF and packet radio. As a result, he runs a 2-meter APRS digipeater and weather station (WA1LOU-15) from his mountaintop location in central Connecticut. Stan has been a long time advocate of using computers with Amateur Radio and wrote programs to dupe contests and calculate antenna bearings way back in 1978. Today, he is on the board of directors of the Tucson Amateur Packet Radio (TAPR) and uses his Mac to surf the Internet searching for that perfect ham radio web page. To contact Stan, send e-mail to wa1lou@arrl.net.
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May 02,2003