I have that set as well. Radical Edward is kinda funny. She certainly knows how to play chess. I've been telling my relatives I'm excentric. My sisters tells me I have to have money to be excentric... I replied then I'm a little bit excentric. Yeah, I can read and write. We didn't have a short wave radio back then, but we did build a vacuum tube regen am radio receiver in Electronics tech Class A school in the Navy. Treasure Island Navy Base, SF Bay. About 1968. We were told by the instructor to not turn one on until he had inspected it. One guy wanted to quickly see if he had wired it up correctly. He hadn't He had soldered the Plate voltage, about 300VDC, to the chassis. Popped circuit breakers all over the building... and aparently made the lights flicker in the Admiral's, base commanders, office. He came over and demanded to know what had happened. The student, and E-2, who caused it, instead of being yelled at by the Lt. or the E-8 at the school, got yelled at by the Admiral, in person. I don't remember if they let him stay or he got kicked out of the school. We certainly razzed him about it after the Admiral left.