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George Bailey, KIKH, then Vice President, ARRL, was a frequent visitor to W2USA and always had a message for the Friday night broadcasts. Behind him "Tubby" Smith, Vice Director of the Hudson Division, watches the meters on the glass-enclosed National NC-600 20-meter transmitter. Standing are Dr A. L Walsh, W2BW. of the W2USA Radio Club and Dan Lindsay, W2PL

W2PL, Assistant Manager; Oscar Oehman, W2KU, Chief Operator and Official Host; Bert Uthe, W2JZO, Assistant Chief Operator; Stanley McMinn, W2WD? Official Photographer and responsible for many of the fine photos presented here; and Kay Kibling, W2HXQ, Secretary, Chief Hostess and custodian of the W2USA license.

Nils Michaelson, W2LSD, originator of FTS, the Forty Traffic System", is In the foreground with two of his crack operators behind him- FTS did a masterful job of handiing messages from visitors to their home foils throughout this country and over

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5 BAND - 480 WATT SSB TRANSCEIVER FOR MOBILE - PORTABLE — HOME STATION

Whether working a station across the country or around the world, Swan 500 owners know that solid contacts are the rule, not the exception. With its unbeatable combination of high power and crisp, clean audio, the Swan 500 will literally punch holes through the QRM.

At the top of the Swan line, the 500 offers many extra features: Automatic noise limiter, selectable upper and iower sideband, 100 kc crystal calibrator, and provision for installation of an internal speaker.

The new 500 is equipped with the finest sideband filter used in any transceiver today. With a shape factor of 1.7Tultimate rejection better than 100 db, and a carefully selected bandwidth of 2.7 kc, this superior crystal filter combines good channel separation with the excellent audio quality for which Swan transceivers are so well known.

Frequency coverage of the five bands is complete: 3.5-4.0 rnc, 7.0-7.5 mc, 13,8514.35 mc, 21-21,5 mc, 28-29.7 mc, {In addition, the 500 covers Mars frequencies with the 405X accessory crystal oscillator,)

If you are a GSl collector, then the new Swan 500 is the item for you. $495

12 Volt DC Supply, for mobile operation.

Model 14-117 $130

Matching AC Supply. Model 117XC $95

AnrCQQnniCQ Plug-in VOX Unit, Model VX-1 $ 35

MUbtoauriltD: Fu!t Coverage External VFO. Model 410 $ 95

Miniature Phone Band VFO, Model 406B $ 75

Crystal Controlled Mars Oscillator. Model 405X S 45

Dual VFO Adaptor, Model 22 $ 25

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