Thanks to Roy Beck for this article.
Forty years ago this morning, I was visiting with Milton Berle in his hotel room near Grand Rapids, Michigan, sharing our reactions to watching the moon landing in the middle of the night. That evening, we met again over a giant bowl of potato salad at a backyard picnic as Congressman Gerald Ford dipped along with us and excitedly recounted his phone call from Pres. Nixon minutes after the moon walk.
This is why kids aspire to be news reporters. You never know what you might be doing when something big happens.
IF WE COULD PUT A MAN ON THE MOON, THEN . . . .
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