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1 PUBLISHED BY THE F NATIONAL RADIO CLUB ISSUED WEEKLY DURING DX SEASON- $4.00 PER YEAR - 94 ISSUES I I Volume 28 - Wumber Our Twenty-Eighth Seaeon April 8, k5f%xr....-,,-,-,,,--,--,-zij& QUR STOCK IS COOP! '1Plsase fin3 the enclosed smount of four dollars for renewal of tbs NRC mmberahl~. - 5 I It was the Qest invsrtment I have ever made! I, -Glen Kreidler South 24 Strmt - Allentown, Bnna. W R S 190-1% 69th Avenue ~lushini 65, New Yo* 2529 East 9 Streat Indianapolir 1, Indiana Brookside Parlwqy Inclianapolir 1, Iaiisur& 337 South Stewart ' Lombard, Illinoeo 5790 Vine Streat Vancouver, British Colurabis JOM MURRAY 1 Churchill Street Truro, Nova Scotie br~a]ts H&BER'P W. FOSTER ROBERT W, ' OORSUCH,DAVID GUEASON JEFF S!PlFAE?l RICHARD D. WREN GfiX'H IcEaIMIP;YR, J, YARHEhT ROUTZAHN CARLON WrINGTON E3DTCRD J. W W * JOm C-SWim* 'GUSTAYE L;A.GETUSOB ' (* memo renewed for two yewar) '? I D X G A L E N D A B April 17 I( F E Q 680 Baint ~osegh, 17 IB M I E 1140 hriibm;i, Florida 5,000 3:OO-3t30 Tw 17 w Y A L cotlan8 Ntscrk, N~rth Carolina 5,800 4;00 4:30 NR$ 17 V E G P 1390 Presque 1816, Maine 5,000 4:CQ - 5:30 RRQ ~f~srsbvllri ~,OOO 2:30. a:oo a Tee, friends - there ir o& Bore big. orufay mornihg of DX for ur 3 an April 17th. $90 Page 2 for tb write-ups' on these Fipecial Dr( sl.8bws Par- the Nati~nal Radio club. -SENDERS OF VERIZ SIGNERS ON PAGE F&'O A - Larry Schwarto C- Jim ~rnst E - Fred Bmene G - Dick Cocipw B - Hdsl Williams D - Ev Johnson F - Stan Morsr H - Ernie Cooper ON TEE STATION'S' STA;TIOI!IEXY - Vl E G P Dear Mr. (~r;mst) Cooper: Presque Isle, Mca., March 30, 1961 WReprding the PX broadcart that we had rcheduled for March 27th at 4:00 a.m., ulafo~b twlatelg due to a man-power si tuatioa we were unable to thio broadwsf. Boweves, if ~ o wieh u we will reechsducler it at a future date. n h to tliw fwt tbt we did not protfuce thib prograin as scheduled, revera interest4 ing tbinga lave occur&; namely, We hiag been receiving reports of this brodid~ast from several of your hmbrra who repartea hav;irlg 'received it at 4:00 a.n.. EST. Thts ems ea rather dishonest w icatign reports beclmse bad we been on t'ns air wi tw4d:qapo~ts. think twsl gas tr n rather ol and you might,, *I\,.ym,n$ BQ mncie~ ' tt. A& ' rrwq

2 Page 2 April 8, 1961 V-E-R I-E- -S-I-G_TT-E-II_S- W L E S j::orton C. Flora, C E 580'- 140 'i: G B G Ralph M. Labe th, P,M C 610 K GqG M \:I. A. Smith, CE D 1410 CF U W (3. Tisrrian A 640 W IlfL 0 F. W. Greaves, CE G (3. Ti. Davis, CE A KORL James R. Narkham, CE E 1420 F A v o &row F. carr F PFRB D. C. Loughrey, CE G B: D D Y Ar t kjlr Lazaroi:~, M G TIB Antonio Ilkurolo, G. C 6 K C \T Stephen J. Hart, CE G R GfH L Don 14. Gay, PD CF T;;T G A S A. C. Groves, CE G ICTOC T. L. Colvin Sr., CE G 1430 V! P C F Fvanda Rhea, Tht G V! ArG G Grillim, R. Ornes, CE G 'TI H E R Y'illiam S. Decbr Jr.GM G VJ X G I R. H. Coddington, CE G I< R G I Eb,er G. Nelson, (33 C X E:I< Felipe r14allonado P. C 1440 Vf EcZ J Lee Buck F KITEB Les Proctor C 1460 Fr RrA D Ray Hotley, 14 D C X GI3 Fciss Lorie Demp~ey, OM H S:T FEV I< Ted Fostar, CE G X A T 3 Ralph F. Frazar, P, GIVI A Y! EqL Z Z! illim V!d tkins, C1F: G X 6:G: L Victor lnanuel Diaz C Ti E E N Williaril Speck, GN G X Xd N Cnurles 0. Rich, CE D 1470 Vi A A G Ron Lttraen, O$ G V A C R Jay Aldridge, CE G 1480 I$! IuX I Yade Guthrie, E B C HfE C Rovrar3 H. Sirrmonds, CE A K'BpE W Robert R. Martin C W C $ N Peter G. Fronczak, CE D 1490 P! V E C ttrillia C. :Ci~g, VPoE G \V GGfG H George Ti'. Dodds, P ! ' C J Ivi 3 Christopher I\;icAteer, CE G ICASY Brian K. Calkins, PD E 1550 R P E G (Peg Reisenweaver, 0 P)G.I< C F I!"ape Yirkland, CE G V! C G R V.'estley G. ICimble, WI H a o Eiile Hill, CE G B B,A. Z 7:illiarri Draper, CE C W CfE.1 i\t Nabal Barre to, GM C \V T E G (%. B. Reisenweaver D K U ; Z. A James Eradley, CE E 1560 T? DqX R G. T. Bailey G P! IfC 3 Paul A. mrver, CE G 1570 Fle~sburg Gez. 'rfjeber C YT PT C H VJalter G. Broadhurst, (34G FT h4 L P Duane A. Durs t, CZ G K R O P Harry H. Parkard, SF C 1580 X EqD M C. V. Rodriguez, E A K UpD E Chuck Thomas, CE C K D S N Lawrance A. Tood, CE, A FG KATL B.!4cEltvain, CE E li! P A C Dick Hokiin, PD G - KBSR Arthur Schuldt, CE E 1586 Oldenburg Gei. Vfeber C VAdP Arthur Hadenbrook, CE G 1590 V,' A I I< F. C. Webstex B W i\ji>? s kiiika Ceci, CE G idui C Thonia~ Eusss11 D KDTH Don Abitz, CE C Vl I L 2 Doloras L. Begelovi, Givi H IC F 3 i:;i George Lawrence,?ID C V Y A James Hall, SN G V Q I C Arthur Harwell, 34 G 1600 I< L A K!rawice J. G L. hi R C. s SPECIAL Dyes -on MCKDAY APRIL 17 This progrm was scheiuled about a month?xpq?eth E. LUX. C.E. ago, but local tornaloes zade it impossible to put the progrm, on. Look for much tone on this test, a;rd,of course, frequent station breah.. We thank Air. Lafor rescheduling his >?RC DX, and we hope you will all hear his station an3 report. Ti. IielLISfi ICFEQ St3 Joseph, 20. CI' M I E "'iarni, Florida Here ie a station needed by most of ue, an3 this progrm, w ill be run with their nighttirr~ antenna pat tern, and 5,000 watts. Fe do not know at this writing wnat the progratr, will consist of, but we look for a fins one, i:r itn planty of station brea~s dnd good fdruiliar tunes. DON BARONE w E G P Presque Isle, Vaim. Unable to 90 this program on I4arc.h 27th, TED CcFFIbT, G,x, Vr. Ooffin has graciously conseiited to reset his prograni at this date. There will be hillbilly music fe2tared, and there will be a great.. chance to check their day night They'll open on day set-up an3 switch at 4:15, &nj. back at E.COOPT Pr Y A L Scotland Neck, N.C. Gary Joyner continues to deiicato his GARY V. JOYNER, A. first half-hour to the NRC each ;;onday, t&ugh April 24th. Country msic is featured, ad this prograri is a part of WYAL' s regular s&le3ule., as you probabl$ all know. 1:.COOPER

3 ~~ril 8, : - - D-X-.-11-E-m-S- Page 3 - F'~s?~?.Gs O,P..., ": "Jeff.Lob akvj.e~ Terrace - Short Hills, New Jars~z Aloha, to all'you fellow DXers....?rith the we.ather turning grsdua1i.y warmer and th rainy.spells we've 'been having, CX have been decreasing. The. vsriee take their t ime. A.nice one l in. f rom-.vrgai-560 in Elizabeth City, M. C. stating t bt they are running 500/ 250 due to. the..dm,olitiom of one of their towers by Donna. Azother verie in from KFRO.-I370 for. their DX show put on for. tha NIX: which I di3nl t even know about v!:ien I logged. -Other.veries. inelude \TJSO; V.!JVA-1580.,Rep0 rts still out to 40 stations including TNIL J?!BRA VQFQT KInw nq:rn-1580 n1tod-1550 BTP~B-IOOO ad m?~bl-?40. DO any 'of these. verify?-:...many, of tb.: previous mentioned received on f /c. Thanks, Larry &l?d Jeff fd.r.a swell. job. In,case:.any FId DXers are intera.sted, NDHA (listed as WKHA by Jones ~istings) took.. to.the air approxir,ately 2/12/61 on mgfs. With studios in Dover, they broadcast. classical.music-all b y. Gat tug back. to AM, logged WBAB and FS'iNPV, both on.i440 for., the first time a.fetvl.daye ago 9 about 5 p.m. Although Babylon, i\t.y'. ia only ebout.25 miles from her?, I can! t-seem tb hear YGLI at all. Thoy must beam ITorth..All t7mt.,day the reception brings ' to 1293 is Bb'BF and VTUX (who very rarely gives IDS)., Surprisingly enough, day time stations in the hid-fest are received. better in the early evening than prgvious to $/off. V!mO VJTTN i331d'lk'su:l are among tlem. CKB61 heard very we&ly.,under WCFL,on but not enoiigh material to log. ~hatl s about all the odds and erds to repbrts.so 73 and, best of Springtime DX to everyone, Lloyd A. Knap~ -,:A25 L,&e Rive -.C~ni&,%e. L. 1., N S# Y0rk Well! I guess. it 1s tine I wrote another report.. 3/6- ~ two DX, prograie,,ye verified and.4:%?hi:, so far, no -verification. Both signsls were way over S-9. ' Hea WADC. and.!ya:jy. Latter was.v~ry strong arzi received verification. Mar. 18, lo2ged Radio. Atlantic (cf~.-550.) and was verified. 3 /27, logged two DX pro grms, TONG-15( Oneida, N.Y. and WCIIdC-1230!r'il.liv': 03, H.J.. RSL-1163 Salt L&e City,: Utah s/off ;?:a a. VEEl?-1250 kiilwaukee, \?!is. also logged. VJAAB WHDH WHP WBAP WCCO \?GAR FATE WCOP PIGAR also. So far I have logged nearly 500 stations and have verified over :a imndr8.d. Ae soon as.. I can will write for- verifi.cation to the other stations.,i. use three re- 'ceivers - Zenith 1000, 2-eni th 200, Xallicraf ters SX-110, to whicn;.i' soon will. ad&$ a B.C. ilooster. '33 CX were bad as tilera way plenty. of alectrical st.atic but BVXy.time I turn on the set I at least log two.. or three new 4th bulletin was received bvo days after I received Mar, 11th. How nuch extra is 'the rmbership.fee for bulletins to be sent first c~lass? Good DXing to all; Happy Eastsr to all. ( R Edge ~ would have the answer.to that first class pos tage que.s tion, Lloyd -ed. ) Stan I\i!orss - R.R. 3 --~radfori,' 14.rlessachusette., - Veries. QSL card frob CJGX ard picture card from -PEZJ. VJ,.hila If= at it.i ni5.m as well g* on record as being in favor of Hamilton for /21- WPAL-7'30 Char%eston, S.C. test at 1:40. PTAB-1370 Tabor City N.C. f/c 2:ll. Veries, nravo and ICDSN. 3/25- PTFBG-1290 Altoona topping frequency at 6 s/on and VHYL-960 Carlisle doing s<me at 6:l; s/on, Veris, WLZ. 3/27- Well, the three DXes I needed were all heard - VQDY CFNS and Radio Axtigua. WQDY fought a loein~ battlb.?rith WOR '''JOB here for a fair report 3-3 :30. Then, surprise, CFXTS-dx the best si~aal of three needed DXes, QEI 5y what sounded like a girl in Japanese. Then a very me& signal fro= liddio Antiw-644 with hum for cornpamy. WONG DX rui Yt'KWJF's nefi AN Spanisn to Cum show to fight. At first I thought VfWRL had gone seven ddye. WGAS-l%dddt 4:43 mil no slgn of \!KC&. V!CDL f/c- TT 4:45. LE3 at 4:45 on 950. TT on 980 with ID 'IT-sting on 980 kc/san - big deal - 4:48-4:s. TJDY-1470 f/c 5:15, TT. Vsries, VrSIZ WTTI? and KGHL. Fr9nk wheeler - Box R.D. 5 --Erie, Pennsy1vania Since my last report I've received the following new stations; Feb. 22-6rEBT :s a.m. 1- WST :55 a.n. testing. -Mar. 5- VCRY-9DO 8:05 p.:ra; ODDY :25 a.m. ; WHI :01 a.m. (NRC DX. The latter two were 1v:ar. 6 instead of :jar, 5, Mar. 8- T/CLE :30 a.m. Mar. 10- VUJ-14%0 l :lo &,r;.. (t;%&s to list). Mar. 11- "ID :2* a.m. ; V"I :42 a.rri. test, i\hsr. 13- Of the bjrc Sp3ciale I received KGLO mrl KMA, needing nei ther but rapor ting both. Mar. 17- WrW : 10 a.m. test. 18- WLIJ-1580 a.m. te~t. Ivar. 23- VIGHId41150 and FIL both!trc Specials and both needed by me. Mar. 27- V70NG-1600 (~QC special) the only NRC Special received by me even though I tried.for a11 the rest, I receive1 a vzry nice verie and 2amphlet about their city from??hyn: Truly a real fr13r-d of the DXer. I bet Harry Gordon the,other day and he asked aoout all the boys. AS! EVEN IF YOUtIE SUPERSTITIOUS AhrD mlfeve IN t.iexas, FE HOPE TO SEE YOU IbT,TlWILLO TEX-

4 - S - April 8, 1961 Page 4 -DTX- - M - E - lt/ Don Rollsr - Route 1, Dupont Road - Fort Wayne, Indiana A belated hi to all. Been working on Mexican list like fury to have it completed before spring quarter begins at Irdiana Tech. If there is enough response to this we will attempt to do several more LA countries, after classes case for the sumer. Now, to some of the recsnt DX heard up this way. Briefly, February nlghlights included loggings on =I-1270 r/c, WFUN-790 (waich could barely he heard on Florida Keys), WJP;IS DX, \YSVL-1520, Indiana1 s newest etation and now on RS full time, KIXS-1310 on f /c BrETU-1250 flood emergency on 2/26, prl\!ll~-1570 also heard on flood e-xergency on the exre of 2/26, VSIZ-1380 on ET, VZST-1550 on ET, KS DX, also WYAL-1280 WFDR-1370 'II'IvDIH VJHNY-1250 and WIiVJH-1350 or, pxee. Now to more current activity: 3/1- KYND-1580 sunset, 3/30 WBMD-750 noted at sunset for first time this season. Then st 8:20 p.m. a big surprise - lonewanted CFCL-620 heard through evenine mesa "CLD-1490 DX, cut up by QFK; KE'RO-1370 DX, good signal ; n'eml YWHI PKBR (not needed) all iii but rough copy due to severe static. 317: Best sunset reception in/a long time. RGW :36, WIR-920 7:50 and a real surprise, KTUX :02 s/off. 3/8: Seldom-heard V!IKY-820 6:27 pen;., log taken. Mexican daytimer (ny first) caught two or three kc/s. on high side of s/off 8:27, anybody know IN^? 3/9- KTKT :13 pa. 3/12: 4VE-la35 boomincr in; XEAR-570 on after 1 a.m. with DJ show incluling A,rerican records for another new Mescan. 3/13: Another static-laden!\rionlay A!{: VJRRR-1330 r/c and 6ITTF'-1600 weak and barely readable under terrific barrage of static. None of the otlzrs heard that M, poor CX an3 Hm. Monday 3/13, Rfl, CX much better already, more good sunset DX. KLLL :43, KCED-1590 S:00 to nab it a big night for Lubbock. 3/14: CHIQ finally heard behind mess. 3/17: Dave Roys paid rce a visit and brought me three nice catches: KFW!!-900 tasting I:&-1:37 a,=., WlvfiS-1360 f /o? at 2 and KYNT-1450 f /c 2:30-2:4l. 3/L8* VIQEVIN-13K) on r/c. 3/19: Vdry unusual. KFYO-790 heard on night pat- tern, s/off at 12:01; WRKI\ testing at 1:G under V!;!ADC CX not so bad thia time - heard VrKSK-1600 r/c, KfrBQ-1350 ditto and rough copy unler eternal pest YlADC; TCOS-1400 heard on RS at 3 :40; F1GH!\ DX fine signal ad fine pro gram ; T7rILS-1590 barely heard under abominable G'AXR. BBYG missed due to wrorg frequency printed on cov. er of DX iltests, Let1 s all stop kiddin g arouna about Conventions an5 make some serious plans %or Azarillo! 73, and good DX. Frank Williams Ek~wood Avenue - Lvmvood, California plans from ~ m o donly f ~ DXer is to move to Okinawa where there is less from strong local statione. I've finally drawn the conclusion tnat 1'1 not going $0 log WBZ-la0 v::iile KGBS-1020 is on the air: too much QlW from KNX Not too much DX to speak of here, but veries are mounting like crazy. This week alone braught me veries f rom TCCO PZIV XCEQ KALL KT00 RTRR KYX RGO KOA. Thus my verie total s IxY-ds at 30 after months of sending out reports. Nl goal at pressnt is for 100 verias before I graduate in June. DX was rr,ond~rtate this lv,or,day, 3/20. I netted state #40 with ROTA-1380 Rapid City, S.D. No report to than, though, because of cmplete fadeout soon after S-7 ID at 4 a.m. Also caught KATI-1400 Vyorning on f /c, testing new 1 kw. daytime XR. Sent them a report, and an? hoping hard for tnis on; Decause Tyoming not yet verified. I was most proud of WIRL-1230 Peroria, Ill. after taking 13 minutes' R8n'R log ani sending in a report. Lastly I sent in a report California, logged months ago but not verified until now. Oh yes, if there are any lli~activen DXers in the Los Angeles area ~iho don1 t report very of ten, 1'3 appreciate a call to NE to get acquainted. Also would appraciate calls from Kew Zealand, %.ran Island, Baffin Islaid or anywhere else you want to call from - just don' t reverse the c'narges, please. 73s from five blocks North of two blinking dmons known as the KGBS, Lo6 Angelers, tra~rsnitting towers. John D. Hathaway SprithJilaa Street - Arrarillo, Texas 3/21: KFYO-790 FGR-720 WIB1"-580 'JrK'Y-930 KRLD /22: KWCO-1560 KSD /23 : WBAP-820 T'CCO-830 KGYF /2+- KDDD /25: CBl1:T-990 KRfi'B-980 KPHI-910 CJVI- 900 KOA-850 PbTAX-570 at 1:29 a.rr. vith AXR ET, CBK-540 V'bTOE-1050 KYOX-1120 KGm(-1140 "OF"O-1190 KFJZ-1270 KFH-1330 KGW s/off at 1:59 a.m., KTSM ECXY-1530 ICXEL KVER-980 EXYZ-1320 WLVY"Y'700 KGNC-710 \V 'i &IF /26 : KREB XSTP WJR-760 WL-1540 HPIBB-1410 WL-960 KFiu'iB-540 KTSA-550. I hope Joa Plea is recovering r~pidly from tnat nasty acciaent, 'ii'elconle to George DeGrazio! He ought to. do OK w it11 t'mt 1008 antenna. It surely m&es me drool to read about all the Europear DX our Eastern DXers are geceiving. It has not been possible to BX much this year. Sc far I don't have a sin le entry for the Domestic Contest although I -have died a fetv statlons to th3 log. est 33 and DX. 8

5 ,D-X- -NnTEEb-S- Page 5 Pudd,.. 'Dillard - P.O. Box 185 ivrurfree800r0, Arkangas Hi gang. First I hdve a qudstion. Does dnyooay mve any logical exglanatio~i of tvhy it b s stormed the last four Morday mornings but CX ara fairly good during the rest of the week? As gau can tell by my question, i\l~oday fit DXinq has been poor. I really hated to miss the HCJB and Antigua DXes 'but QRN was terrific on both ANls. WT 'has beg worse during the last few weeks than it usually is Juririg the summer. I finally smart and grounded my receiver. It helps quite a bit but static has been so bad : haven't had a chance to really test it yet. Varies in from VLS and KTHS. T1u.t brings my total to a whopping seven. Reports out to VJJD WABC ISfi40X KXJK ana WBAP-820. Total received now!stands at 633. Don't know where I left off on last report so here koes vlith nry feeble DX. 3/Z- MI-1110 Chicago in over KFAB at 7:00 EST s/off. 3/25. KCLN-l390 r/c over XCBC at 1:25 a.m. ; WHK-1420 RS at 1:50; and TTCN-1280 at 2:00! W-630 Iiagnolia, Ark. has applied for'5 hi. daytime. Is Swan Island United Sta territbry? One book says itla Pqexican, znother says itls U.S. Ths U.S.S.R. l;,rill clahing it before long, hi, I still bvenrt recaived Raclio Swan, probably betau! the Cuban jammer whit h he trodynes mi th some unid station (maybe swan). I think I could hear them if it werent t for that. 73s fro% the site of the only Diamond i l ~ i l Axr ~ ~ North America,,Fre3 Bares West 69 Street - Ssattls, FVashington Like hi! W3w veries in are KCEE-790 KIRO-710 ICASY KQ.TY-U30 UTL-1340 z-nd I-, (ex- FIR). KQTY in nearby Everett, tfraeh. sent an kateur card specially printed to advertise Seattle1 e Century 21 exposition, to be held next year. Oh well, I' 11 just have to try them again some day. Reports also out to KLIF-1190 (do t'ney vzrify?) KXGO-790 (f/up) and XEXQ-1460, for their DX program. Also one 'I was thrilled to hear, I might add. Sure hope they verify now. On 690 kc/s. I have heard CBU XFAi ICJLA 1VVOK KVNA and ICETO. Only KWA is unverified. On 700 kc/s. I have heard only PDJ and they are verified, Just sent in up-to-date info to H.W. for Supremacy Ratings, so msybe I can get my m e off the bottom rung of the ladaer, hi. KIROI s verie no17 gives me six Seattle stations verifisd out of seven tried. The only one tbt 9iJnlt anaver was the only one I didn't have a v/s for. I for one sure do appreciate thosa signers. Only 32 vsrtes garnered last year, rqy fifth year of ~ ~ i nshoullnlt g be hard to.improve on that this year. 73. Neil Eubardse Iv,onroe - &rarillo_, Texas- Gre~tlngs frox the land of Kzng Statlc. If you're ever doan this way, you will probably Bee the ole boy in dction evary J/,onddy riiorning. It seaxis tmt for tie last rz~onth and s half the merry 'ole soul hao been very restless; consequently, he has d e the last four out of five Riloday rnarninps completely worthless. It sure looks like tht crummy smner DX is on its way.?ate news, I have just a~quired a 1923 tab13 zodal set of Zenith make. It far surpasses the S-38E by a long shot. It has a rou-ild cli: which, in yay opinion, is calibrated almost as good as the HQ-100. At last Easter vacation is here - now I can get down to DXing again. I lon't know about the rest of you guys, but it seeme to me that every the there is a vacation of any sort, the teachers feel it is their duty to give tests all in the same week before school ir '-' out. PThat a dirty deal! Speaking of baa CX, I wish that when J.B. up~ttr Reillsy Carroll Seth get back from New Zealand, they would bring hck soze of those Kakie Kushins so they could do a war aance to get rid of static. DX has besn fair. 3/ix- KFl\flO-1240 I<SRC-1290 RRZE-1280 an3 XEB, KOGT-1500 f/c, ICXW-1370 ICSFY-1450 f/c, KCNI-1280 f/c &tnd KELO KIUP-930 I/c, KORT-12~0 f/c. 3/20- KSSS-740 behind KRi,iG. '3121- KBRX-W5O f/c, XEQ-940 i(fel-97o-f/c KABL-960 and ECFF3-1230f/c X2TPVJ-810 XETT1-900 and CKBI ,23- XRG f/c, KGIl?l-1450 f/c, KC 1170 KEEE-1230 f /c ICTlJki-1400 f /c. 3/28 ; KHOB--139'0 an9 'KOGO-600,,That'8 %'hut it f this trip, so 73s $0 everyone and good DX. Total no:\ is 488, Aniarillo in 6&!. Tom i':ann last Jerse - Apt..do2 - ' _._ - 1V1ilwdukee 11,' W l-s_cp_n_sln-- Beginning April 3, 1961., Rdlio ~iition WBKV-1473, YT9Bt Bend, Wiscocsin will raise their power.to 10,000 watts, from 500 watts. There hasnlt been any DX l:!,t~ly or I haps the D-Lazrer ie the main came :.of DX failure.. Don't forget liilwaukee for '62 Con. vention, 1. hope. 73. ".,... LAST YEAR ED HAD THE LARGEST ATTER~ANCE YET' AT ANY. N.R. C-. CObVEP?TION. BUT T5IS IS A btevf.year - A SITE - NETr CON~TIOR HOSTS.. - Ah?D YE AHE AIMING AGAIN TO SET b?ep FECORD FOR ATTEEITDANCE! BE SURE, TO :,llam PLANS TO BE IN ASFARILL0 FDR TIT TIG 1E N.R.C. Cn!;;lrEPTION! THERE WILL EE ~LE!!TY OF FUN AND DX. CHATTER! DON'T IhISS OUT OT --

6 Page 6.+ D - x- -NdE-w-s- April 8, arty Blwmenre-ich th Avenua - Flushing 65, New York -- Hi gang. This is rq first report to the Musing~ since joining the I\TRC. This is my second mas-n of DXing and I have logged 311 stations and have received 105 vzriee, The rig here is a hfayette HE-1W'X lvith a 100 faot L. XTow for sm? DX VEET at 6:00 pa. PrPVA on top of Also VrF'L-YO0?EIIl\li-1110 t7sbh \Tho s/off urder VDXR at 3:30 a.m. EST? Tnanks to MRC f/c list I caught five new ones - BflllAX ;IRVK-1460 WNTT-1250 VIFUR-1570 WJJL-1-0. Otner new ones were NJZIC-1500 CFNB- 550 WYAL-B80 EFAB-1110 WildR-1460 (s/on at 4 :~) WIRE-lLa30 CXCXY-1~320. All in aj.1, I logged 16 new ones. 3/16- %lo nevi oms - VIJSO-1590 logged at i3:00 a.m, Other new one was PIVKO-1580 nhich s/of f at 6t "EZL-1590 over V'BRY at 5: 53 p.n. T9IBG-1380 under WAVTZ at 6:13, WBBB-920 heard at 6:20, VILA-1580 s/off at 5:30. BPLH-1470 s/ off at 6:35, 3/21- PTAB on top of 1370 at sunset. 3/22- YCSC-1390 noted at 5:00 p.m. VBT-1460 sjoff at 6:28, WJAS-1320 in at 6:40. nghi! Wdion (CKW-980) in at 6:45. CKPC-1380 heard at 7:23. 3/24- PAMS-1380 caught at 6:00 during the 30 seconds it took VlAVrZ to s/on after WBNX s/off (YfBhX and YAFZ share time). VPAZ-1370 s/ofi at 9:03. VPTS-154G over BPTR at 6:lO. WDOV-1410 s/off at 6:15. 3/25- Three new ones oil 1580 in less than five mimtes. WTTN and WLIJ s/off at 7:OO. WESY heard at 7:04. You've probably noticed that most of my DXing has been done at sunset. I am a junior in high school and these last few weeks I have not been able to etay up because of imgending examinations. Spring recess is coming and I vow to get in some early morning DXing before CX get too bad. Bob S. - wherels that key? Thanks for the $2.00 -arty. Tr&tts all for now, V1hoops! Forgot to say tbt veries are in fron \VFUR WEOF!!NCA VMBR WILA TlEEI TI3C VZOK and BFLI. I hope this is all. 73s. (we hope for ZIOFB, iiarty, and welcome to the NRC! -ed.) C. Alan Taylor East 9 Street - Indiampolis 1, Indiana As you may presurne I 'rn nen to the NRC. True, 100% greenhorn, but not to BCB DXing. I'm years old now, but have s total of 586 stations logged, but only ten report ed and verified. FGy best catches are YVQO-650 YSS-555 HJAT-1080 and YND-675, Domestic is WHAY-910 and VNG1590 I think. I have the U. S.A., Canada, Nexico, Cuba, Jmnaics, Baharnas, Guatemala, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Colombia, Venezuela. Pone of qy foreign catches is verified because I don' t know enough Spanish to give an accurate program log, but I have gotten positive IDS (I can ID mss any time). b?y receiver is a converted 9BF Ford auto radio. Its vibrator power supply has been replaced an AC pot::er supply to ad3 a little extra potver, plus controlled regeneration in the IF stage to bring up the selectivity and sensitivity. I have souped it up quite a bit so that it really brings in the stations. Does anybody know anything about a station on 650 kc/s., Efl~lish speakinm with country music? I heard this early this winter twice in a rmd for about a half hour (KRCT Pasadena, exa as?) Also rzdio ststion on 1570 kc/s. with announced location vvnich sounds like "Urbana, Ky." btith a call!;.hich sounds like ltyllecb1l or llwirvfl (RIRV, Irvine, Ky.?)(1550). S/on abiyt 7:00 CST. If you nave any info on these stations wuuld you pledse send it to i~e? I would apgreciate it, thank you. 1'11 probably Wve some the next time around blitn more info on my rig. And I' 11 probably have improved on my printing so that I will be able to make senee. So 1'11 flbcnull letter-wise, so long,, and 73s. elcom come to you, Alan, ad lire 'mpe for more fine reports of your DXing! -ed. Bob Kalis h Avenue T - Bro oklvn 29, Nel~ York DX this meek was limited to Ffionaay 3/27 only but nsvertheless five new ones, four of tham DXes, were logged. At 2, heard KLIF-1190 in Dallas testing their 50 kvr. rig like a local. Tha!?6$C-1230 DX was heard slightly above the muck, but an old one. Th- DX from needed BQDY-I230 kn Calais, IUIe. was very poor but the tone and many CFr IDS piewell. By t:?e tva;y, they are the Eastern-mos% station in the U.S. I was grea,tly surprieed an3 pleaeed to log the DX from CFT\rS-1170 in Saskatoon, Sask. with poor-good nale but havy QRN ar- fade made logging it rough. The DX from Raiiio Antigts-544 was vsry very weak peaking about 3*30-3:55, At this time thay played U.S. tunas oris is Day, Como, etc.) so good log gotten. Tk DX frcxn WONG was very good but C~~ gave rough Q.Rilri. GIRX7F was on AN with Spanish programing to Cuba with English ID6 on the hour. I gwss the VOA rented the st-ttion. Let 1 s hope Castro goes quickly, hi, There was an SS on AN on 1190 that I doubt was HZON; probably XEI'JX. I was greatly pleased to received a positive verke on beautiful blus, red, $it hite ard black stdtionely frm CFBC-930 in St. John, N.B. for a tentative of their DX. T'ney gave P'PAT a rough time but still heard no positive ID. Very nice QSL/in from KSCJ-1360 in Sioux City (P. 7)

7 April 8; 1961,D-x- -MME?-s- Page 7 (BOB Kalish, canf 3;). fa. for r/c. Verie in from BONG DX after only three darv~s. So far received 35 reports, WESR-13d0 sent a nice letter 1420 ar Verie in fox DX from WILZ-1590 in form of nice letter. Francis K, Nit tler Josephine Stree lver LU, Color It wont tab long to cover DX activities h8re for the past nvo weelrs as static still very bad the past bko.hcondays. Pdonda~; 3/20 only new logging was WILZ-1590 DX mliich was heard fairly well the entire half hour despite the-heavy static. Then nothing new until Frionday 3/27swhen Y1PiRI-550 Blain3, P1as;l. DX easily heard topping AN W Y most of the time vrl th frequent mention of NRC and asking for long dis tanca calls. Other new catch for ti& roaming was CKUA-580,Ehonton RS 4:25 to s/off at 4:54 vvith classical music arad five minutes of NX right before s/off arid top~ing CIiY most of the time Veries scarce too with only three new ones. A form letter received from VEZL-15' KGLO-1300 DX sent nice letter ard pamphlet. FVILS-1590 DX verified promptly nith letter. Got QSL card for KIDO-630 DX which is a duplicate. Recent reports have.-,, fied well.but just not enough of them and reports from February have verified very poorly, S0ir.e interesting info in Broadcasting lately, CRX-1010 Edmonton is going to be replaced by tc~o powerful XRs in Calgary and Edmonton by CBC but doesn't nention w b t frequoimies. Cuba is busy inst lling a new 100 kw. XB and U.S. afraid tais-is the start of frequency jumping by Cuba. KDWB-630 fined 10,000~bucks for m:?ing 5000 watt day power on &, S ~OVY ad using dq t me pat torn. FCC juait mppened to check them about 1 a*:;. While trying for VONG-dx iv,on-lay f o d CVBTF-1600 Key West m=..ing AN in Spanish ni th best to Cuba and also on Sunday Ah1 soybonder if this is regular. Checkec last two nornings but instead found KCRG Cedar Rdpida way atop 1600 ~fith. flood NX be- cause of bad flood on Cedar River in Iowa. Local ICICN-710 has quit ANing and s/off i~ daily at 2:35, KLO-1430 seeas to have quit ANing witn s/off at 3: 30 daily. I anjoyec a visit last Saturday frorr. Marv Rob bins Yfiino stopped off a fetv hours en route to California. 73s. John Callaxman Avenue - Canyon, Texas D W I N in 532 That's rry slogan! If we all etart saving now, we cari make it., would certainly fit in 1;cith our tradition of one year East, one year Wast of th issippi. rre could all get together an3 charter a 707. Itf9 be much better +ha11 a phone call, no? I have Dyed, 3/25- XEHF-1370 atop 12:lO-12:30; KHJ-930 over I2: :45; La Voz de Juarez-1460 s/off 1: 18, call lid not sound like XEYC ; ICEYE-1400 f/c 1:25-1:30, said was supposed to be 1:10 to 1:dO but late; XEHO-910 with llltoche $4 Nortenoff to 2:00, gave QTH a6 Veracruz 63 Sur, C, Obregon, Son, ; miv-940 atop 1:55; KBEE-970 fighting KOOK 2:00, latter off 2: 01; XEIQ-960, Radio Nueve Sesenta, good 2:C Lef tyl s old friend XEAZ-1270 strong 2: 12-2:30, slogan "Radio Alegriatl ; B ~~-1600 AN with Spanish to Cuba; under ; XEXX-l4 20 ID a:p ; K11~Q-d50 we= but loggable to 3330; two TTs on :J0-3:53, neither IDed; KOLD-1450 atop 3:50-4:00 wit11 live fol songs; CJGX-940 'zillbilliee, heard 4:27-4:37; VrLBI-1220 $/off ET 4:39; KPOF-910, longwanted, noted 8;04-9:17 p.m. 4/1- UnID TT over I(EN :24-2:31; KSRO-1350 atop 2:45; TT-1370 broke for twee IDS between 2:45 and 3:00 but none.readable; better this week 3 : 05; Ray Ford Ibrning Show celebrating first anniversary :24.: good log, but no ID on 1230; KCRG-1500 AN for f bods ; PWITL-1580 ET 3 : , under VJUlI f/c, latter cff 3:50; WEZJ-1440 over KPRO 4:OO-4:15; logged latter aleo ; XTRT-99C beautiful signal 4: 20, deferred log; I<PHO-910 zaving tmub le, testing instead of programning 6:27; WJJL-1440 surprise, and IDed faintly under KPW; IPMTL-1580 IDec again 5 : 03. 2epo rt s out to TCO ~ H KHJ F KEYE XFHO REEE 'KnrF XII\liO CJGX "'LBI FJXB KOLD XXAZ.TITI, l*rjud IUUB VTEZJ TJJL. Too early for first veries in l'? months, hi! Gracbate in July, Am job openings? 73. (Hi, John! -ed.) ---- Karmit Gedry_l R.D, 2 - Box,+!i)Sa - Walnutport, Pennsglvania Report. on recent EX DXes: 3/13- HCJB-700 fairly clear 3-8 signal under WLW from a.m.; XEXQ-1460 U y distorted bb OC but logge~. &.;30-h:4c, d.fli. and \qtd-1600 very $$ good 4-5 a.m. 3/20- good log through 4AKR frm 4-4:30 a.m. No VJBYG on145( just PEEU ard. \flt~tj. 3/27- 'filcbc n top of QR! 2-3 a.m. ; &tigua-644 poor 2: due to OW; but best of all, 8QDT-1230 logged with numerous tone an1 code ID6 be- tween 3-4 a,;:. TONG-1600 in go~d~shape ak 4. No VEGP heard unfortunately and I neec ed him. A tester on 1390 with transcribed grogrm at 4 a.m. but off later so doubt I JE it tvas tiegp. The only other loggings were FIEivl on 3/26 f ran 6 to 6:30 a - Y1 WOW-850 on 3 25 and 3/31 from 5:59-6:15 sen Veries back from IIENID VI 'FLI mr: ;IZ and T'TTF. o c mlph on &on stat~on on 135b; at least I was i. n the r 'ight c. No TJACR f /c bard on 3/23 as per your sked in 2/4 DX NEWS.

8 P 8,*,x- _ile-vl-s- April 8, 1961 Ben Da-rfield 3rd Govertxo_r_'s Drive - Sproul Estates - Chester P.O., Penm. The waning season is bringing with it the expected decline in DX (mostly TA) along with the increase in noise level. I1rr, beginning to send f/up letters on foreign reports, and think: some of the British VJastern Hemsphere countries are lr~orse than the LAs. They just don't come easily. But I'd better get to some of the DX notes made since my previous letter: 3/13 (early AM) CX very noisy. Tried for XEXQ-1460, and heard almos t unreadable signal bdhind soneone TTing. Tuned to 700 and heard station behind WW, 1-:ith progrmrdng like HCJB (not neaded - previously verified). EGLO-1300 carme through, qilite well too, considering the poor CX. 3/14: 8:00 to 9:00 p.z. logged the nmr ttradio Caribbeann on 840 kc/s. at St. Lucia, Vrin3ward Island8. Program mostly in French, Receive3 v/l in 12 daye for country 938. Details in foreign section. 3/ 15 to 3/26, poor CX prevailed for several days, and tmre was little worth writiag a. bout. On 3/15, discovered HJDM IIRadio Vision11 operating on 835 kc/s. 3/22, early evening, sane T.A activity, mainly hetrodyne signals. 3/23 at 7:35 p.~. noted IETA right behind VBZ. 3/27: Some static, but long distance reception good. From 2220 to 2:45 a.m. good signals from BBC stations (~ortn Regional-692 arid West ~e~io ) surprised me since I thougnt it must have been *all beyod sunrise in England. Between 2:45 and 3:30 had good sigmlr from KINA-1460 UXI-530 KORL-650 and many others in Pres t and I\Tortlmes t. The DX frm Antigua-544 was barely heard. h hey came through much bette;. in January but haven't answered that report yet). This time KFI was too strong and made reception quite difficult. After KFI s/off, there was still a carrier probably KFI, ~nd later WSh4 had their carrier on. Some of the other DX progrms were bard nicely, including CFNS Later on that morning, at 4:20, picked up strong station on 950 which apparently was LR-3, if my ears did not deceive me. Also, Radio Demerara iii British Guiana had 'tremendous strength around 4:30 with mndustani music and comfru3rcials in English ard other languages. Some other recent veries have mme in from KZON-1190 '-ELZ-1460 CHEC-1090, Radio Bretagne-6'74, Oran md Vatican J. P1arren Routrsahn South T estreet - York,f~enns~lvania It looks like the story of rry DXinp this season is a late start aad an edrly end, Not due to lack of interest, but lack of tirras. Boad tripe to Los Angelas, Detroit, New York ate into some weekenas cutting out,.,o&dy DXes. After being away from home there are so many t$ings nave to be done wnen I get back. Bullding up a Stereo outfit didnr t help either. Have n,anage;ed to check needed ones of t kr, f /c liet an:t got a Jones Lag but dov-ht if It11 transfer my log to it now. Have serifs in from R'DBV i1t:t myal lnrip VPAP 4Vl3 7-7POP IvFDR T-';(IK rrilz. Got WKIK 6 p,~. looking for PTViHI, also 'heard, and reported bt no reply, Miss the illonday DX. I was all re t for Antigua last,;orday, then may have blown it for I copied KORL awhile by mistake. KFI decided to teat so only once in a while I thought I had a bit of Antigua but not enough to log or report as I couldi-1 t shave off $?I and went on to CFNS DX nicely heard. K4RI also bloc1&; m0ng very good after they really got started. WKBO-1230 was testing 3:45. Hope to DX a bit more but we are starting the Spring fixing up a bit early so I don1 know. If I compliment iv nifets painting maybe she will do more! Goad to see so many active DXerr both young and old - you guys are keeping the hrc right up there. Bast of DX. Ev Johnson th Street - :~~-endota, Illinois DX has beguii to sloliv up now that static has hit the dir lanes. Still in there trying though, Since the last report to DX NENS tb fol1ov:ing have been heard ad reported: Mar. 18th- tllaik-1590 only 90 miles away heard for first tin,e as they ore valy directional to I'Jorth, 5 kw. at s/off time. WFLI-1070 Chattanooga Tenn, AN. IWTT-1550 in a- gain at 3:30 p.m., not needed. I practically live on 1550 kc/s., so many nc, CPs on there,hi. Mo sign of 1&60 BIXN Dixon, sub,-oseit to hit the air March No M?BYG - IJIGHI\'i DX vary good, no WILZ; all PAKR. WCEW-1150 s/on 5: '7- KA3I DX In good for half hoar, also n'ongdx did not. tarry long as thuderetome in area. Tried real hard for Antigua-644 but KFI s/off at 3:07 then came right back rvith test, so moved over to 650 and KORL was really booming in. Hope some of you DXers heard him. Tried for l%gp but RCBC all I could get on 1390, New veriee here to make a total of 2,132 are from WPEG-1550 \l1rad-1460 sent my report back marked Verified, "Q2rLD-dx PrAIK KXEY-1010 after two reports, WCEN-1150 GIBLU-1480 P'l\iIIC-1590 VJTTF-dx and T1rSIZ form To %lase c.b DX in the -er letls have those tips so we c n have a full stencil You will be helping other DXers. Some us slack off during warn, WX. I ill from time to time seild in a report - how about you? Let 1s make each issue a bip; issw. All for this time, best DX to all and hope you'll all get those unanevrered reporte back soon.:

9 ..... April 8, 1b61 -D -X- -N-E-V1-S- Page 9 Steve CMof L ~irbank Road - Philaglphia, Pennsylvani~ DXing.has slowed down' but. logs keep coming in. 2/24- Wh4T-600 6, 12: 01 a.m. 2/25 CJET- 630 m 12:~)~'a.n..and 6 p.x: Monday 2/27 logged following: 1:47 a.m., V1,RHT-1380 $2 2: 05 a.m., bie7x-1400 n, 3: 01 a.m., PRAL : 03 a.ir;.., 4:01 a.rri,, VM\r?H-1450 " 4:05 a,rrl. (NRC test), ';!GUS , 4:15 a.m. 3/3- CBN :30 p.m. s/off'. New logs on 314 all between 4:20 and 6:45 WTICO-1470 YrJUX-1220 WKOP TrQD.m-1050 %3JB-840 RrSE3T-1050 WLYC-1050 VrliEO rGUlT-1010 P10I-1010 and VIPR -940, 3/5- YTSOQ :38 pen. MonSay morning 4:04 a.m. T5viD m 4306 a.n;.. (MRC test), PII\iiHI-1370 ~.4:07 (NRC test), BBBK-1260 lii, 4:17 a.m., WFLI- WENA-1560 '3 5:12 and 5:15-a.ri4. 3/11- 6:46 p.rl., b:t7 p.m., 6:55 p,m., and 11:05 p.17, EPVA-1290 rn 6:03 p.~. I\ilonday KIYA-960?, 3 :37 a.m. (NRC'tost), 3:40 (NRC test), PIYAL-1280 m 4:02 a,=., (NRC test), WTTF : 08 WE test'. 3/17- CECH :.15 p.m. 3/19- WSAC : 00 a.m. 3/20- FFBG-1290 c. 6:01 p.~. 3/21- P'TSN-1270 Q 7:30 a.m.,3124- VNPfh-1270 g 5.'p.m., mbo m S:15 2.r~. s/off. CHSJ-1150.' 6:25 p.m., CKTS-900 e.7:00 p.m., and much iieeded IQTTC :13 pen. and 6:15 p.~. 17ionday 3/27- Caught NRC tests frorr, CFNS-1170,. 3:31 a.m., 3:34 a.n:. ruder?/nor and V!COL, and WONG s/on over WIRL T. 4 a.m. Got.somtldng at 644 on 3 :40 a.m. but not enough to ID. Caught music at 1390? 4:35 a.n. but at 4:15 blank. Was WZGP on?- Other newe, 3/27- CfiiiS m 3:53 a.m., PPWOP-970 ';. 5:00, WUQ,-580 s 5:10, PIBUY-1440 n 5:40, 1YRJB-lli90 8 5:5C a.m., and a little help Ernie, with WJR-760 off m 4:4O a.m., under CMCD, man requesting Oriental sony speak in,^ EngPSLh with accent.!as this Briti sh Guiana? (~ae Ben1 s report atop Paga 3, Steve -el.) Laat one, 3/28 WlSC-1450 a 3 a.m. That's it for now. DX very poor, tmperature in 70s and 10s;is of static. 73s. Sid Rosenbam ~arket Street - Wheeling, Vies t Vir~nia Static leva1 rather high on sane rr~ornings, but atmasp'narics favorable. 3/27- *!DOG TT 12:55-1:05. *KXLY-920 RS VRdvival Time1? at 1:30. 3/28- WX.l?-1320 test, 1:15-1:30, CIWi-980 in strong on RS riding WRCts OC. *v4aqe-1570 brief test TT. hi 12:55-1:CO. 4/1- VQ,,XR off at 1:00 uncovering VrDXR-1560 with WX and off at 1: 05. CWll-730 strong at 1:15, RS and *WPHB-1260 Phillipsburg, Pz. ET and asking for phone calls, 1: 00 and on. WPIIB was tryins various XRs and power that rsnged from 1 k~i. to 5 h-i. Strangely enough their old 1 Icv. XR strongest here. Snow flurries here this AIi (41.1). grho said ninter was over7 Hats off tb Fran F7ittler and his boys for an excellant DX Calendar. CPC ~,iiork is redly rough ani these boys deserve a lot of credit. Only verie is a'duplicate from FHOVi' stri'ctly for proof of daylight reception. Bqan!irilson Fifth Avenue 1 Net?.; V1eet:instar, -A ~ritish Columbia Bcw that>&s are finally over, I can. get - iowri to sow more DX. Hers 1 s what I've been.doing during the past month: fi1,ar. 1- Kh4SL-1250 logged at s/off after KT! s/off at 9:15 p.m. I'iar. 2- PrRr3-630 logrred at 's/off after KGDN e/off at 9:15 p.m. Wr. 3- steadily. Mar. 4- 'RTEL-1490 heard through jungle at 9 :30 p,~. ; XERFX-660 iz 3-9 at 12:30 a.m. kiar.. 5. Also on the' same AidxKOGO-500 (ex-kfsd) at- 5:50; IUD-900 a:,6:00, XEDPi-1580ic Spanish at 6:40; Kl?,NI-550.at?:do, & Ei!IC-1570 at 8:55. Sir stations between sunset and sunrise tnat nignt. i~tdr, 13- WOKJ-1590 dta Nagro rn at 5:20 a.c.. Mar. 19- KRU-1110 Over KFAB at 4:00 a.ri,. Mar. 26- KARI-5513.DX at a.rn1; EF~~-13~O's/off 9 p.m. through HR'IO: Mar. 27- CFRTS-1172 DX for last ten minutes Veriee in froc: RVOP-1400 KTHS-1090 DX XFAR-650 ard KTAC-850. Letter8 are off to XFRB KEN1 KFAR?T!IC V'OXJ CJBC B!IQ KARI and, CFN5'. '. By the tize this DX NEi'JS is out I s'nmli be back from Los Angelee. I'm leaving on April.6 and vall be down there only three days, so I probably won1 t get,nuch of a chance to DX. SO "before my holiday the ex- $ire8 I'a going to get down to 'some serious' DX. (I 'hope). I should be writing more regular - Il!!.usings now. 73s. Jim Ernst-163 C,oburg Road - Halifax, Nova Scotia This will ba my last report until the nidlle of P'lay, as are just a bit more tha; three weekrr off, I&ve four notebooks bn just psychology alone - altbgether abut 15, 000 pame of raterial in everything to know extremely well. Lotsa fun. I\&. 27- CX were exactly the sane as Feb. 27, 'with the sac anount of noise, and evan the sane temperature. KCilliC-1PO was heard very well and atop everything else v-vith its DX and i welcome one from 220-2:41; ICFBK-1530 was finally heard for California #16, from 3:05 fadeout - still on later tlough. CAFITS-11?0 DX waa heard weakly and another come one 3:i35-3:10 - the tone helped a bit, 3:15-4:02, logged a stdtion on 1060 (

10 Page 10,D,X- -bt-e-?jt-3- April 8, 1961 (~im Ernst, colzfcl) with the "All?Tight qhowfl (fi%res,,hi) in MST, and by direction of loop, I'd say WPD. Got a very detailed log, and if not they, well, Ill1 write CFCN. WOWG-lh00, of course, on DX, but SS behind tham and hope WJRL has not gone AN- Mondays too. Vsries: Nice letter. and decal from XEK-360; letter from XEHL-1010, and ~k8 far as I can gather from it, hs heard about me from one of the boys at XEHK, and he wants reports. RrTTF-dx; finally a photostated verie fronl KGiL790 for a welcome addition. Lib to welcome Tm, Ivlurray, Dougfs brother, into the Club, and feel ~ure that he will be as happy with the NRC ae his "Ace Brother,!' hi. Also forgot to ti- and congratulate. the Ar.-arillo Clan for the wonderfil f/c list. A tremendous job, w;iich ia. just another sign of the great cooperation and help the msmbers of this organization are will to extend to each other. I1m now saving all my loose silver, pennies, etc. for tne t 61 Convention, and now have about seven pounsls in a doffes th. Might make it yet. 73s to all, and good DX, even though the saason is wming every day. Owe letters to Harv E,, Eric Nelson and Ralph Johanns and will try to get them off Mediatal+y after exams on 5/5. Umy Schwartz Atlanta Drive - San Diego 15, California 73s from SD, California. DXing has been tarrific this week although I really onkv DXed twice. Latest log~ings include (3/27) CJOR-600 s/off at 3:05, CJAT-61'3, Tr-7i1, R.C. s/off 3:30, VBAL-1090 Baltinore, KCEC-1390 (darn it - was trying for >&ink), KARI -550 test for >?RC heard lou.3 ad clear despite earrii-local WY. I was abla to secure a tape for tl3e vacdtion, what a nelp! E. Floren was over uorn of 3/28, follcfiing mard: KIh,d-750 Grad Islma, Neo., KRW-1010 Lexington Neo., KJLT-970 North Platte, Neb. ( three Nebres'kas, pretty goo3, e h?) KTRN-US0 VJ' ichita Falls, Texas, CFFt?-1260 heard over ICYA for a f etv minutes. Also CFCN-1060 heard under KUPD (pest) mmailtarily. Urn-1240 was on for test 3/28 with tone and announcement every five minutes. Probably more DXss on tape but not completely Jigestad. Log totals now 385, Vsries in frcn CEIEC-1090 Le thbridge, A1 ta., CFLJN-1410 Vancouver ( t hy say they are now 10,000 watts Bull time) XEDEII for my first Mexican verie, KATM ET verie in four days f ram president h his is new daytirrier in Boise, Idaho, 1,000 watts on 10J0 kc/s., pronounced fik-lon, on the air April 1) and finally W0\? Fort?/dyne, Ind. Varies GO;;: in fron five countries (including ~laska) and 28 states, total is now 60, since November Thanks for tips Ev J. and John H. What happened, T. Liberty? Say, does anyoile know if?'tic-1080 in Conn.%cticut s/on 1;~onday mornings on a clear chamel? Need tl-8~; real bad! 3/31, only DXsd once and found V'LCY-1390 in loud and clear but have tnm veried already. Fell, I hope everyone is having fabulous DXing. I better say!'we zrdi &ive back into rq hofiaw~rk, hi. So?de frm SD. Oh yes, we might ae wall give up on ICXXX 'Earl, and I called tham and asked them why they don't verie. He said, "KXXX is a daytime station who ie trying to get a full t'ime operation. If we veriecl any reports we would cut our own throats because the Clear Channel stations would say that if sorceou ehistant heard us they vroula interpere with then." Pretty phony, if you a& me. Bob Schmarder - 4 Pinewood Circle - Co&ng. New York Thought the manbers would be inter3sted in the enclosed clipping, although it runs ov er 30 lines. Carl Lord called my attention to the station several weeks ago, and we have both henrd it. Thz only DX m!s refersnce to the station was Stan I,:orss (P. 11, Fcarch 11) n:?ich was very good DXing. Vfhila I've been logging new catches uharever po sible the old eight hours in the sack routine is much too necessary. By the may, Car and I are ::.orking out plans to issue another Vayrich Log this mer. Any cani-iants are welcome. The last issue was the 1958/59 edition, but editing an3 publisl~rig pro? leme complebely ovenvhelmed us. These are slowly but surely baing s-lved.. This DXer has sent no reports for several years. For the tixm hvolv~d, lis ten-mg, t&i:ig note writing up reports an3 t bn getting poor-typ replies (quality2xise) I came to the concluaion to homstly log (only upon hearing a pisitive ID including calls) and let the obhers do as tby wish. My ancient "aquipriantfl is s. Fairbanks-itiorse seveil tube all-wave 1936 superhet I ocught brand new and have kept it perking for 25 years (less four in ths Service). Have a little to desire in ssl~ctivity anj sensitivity, but that ia tied ujil in an HQ,-110 for tha ham operating. The antenna is a 3' square loop that works perfectly over the entire Pand. Yell, this is enough for this time, I can't even.parantee I111 have any DX in the next report. All DXing hera is nmual - no automatic ti~ers, tape recordera, an3. even the clock fails to sourd off inthe wee small 3ours any more. So it looks liks my BXinp, v:i: :t again in earnest af te re tirment, hi. 73 to all ad keep up the goo3 work!

11 Page 11 Have nap no un TO report since I 9ot back hon;e, as static has been the rost I -have ever seen It.,It'-, been caused by tmerstom,s, -7hich welve had coi?tinuously for two weeks. Vc 'lad a rebl downporn tactay 3-/30, and right now, tbrsle a foot of water in the street. out front. Only DX done on trip was from ll:czshington and heard VNOE-locn vu from there at twilight. Saw the 'XR sites of PIMCA andtsnz1v (across the street fra n each other) mad these, ':'NET: ccmes in, all over the dial. Enjoyed talking to Bsrni e Duffy, Lefty, 3rd Bob Ralish in N.Y.C. via phone, and I got a first -hand observat-,-- Inn of some 6f the pr02rm1i.i~~ the guys there complain about. Some of the stations in N. Y.C. are I-:6 rse tian some of those down this way, like WAmI T;ITIX V:BA;':! WNVY, One verie, PIFDR-1370, an odd one, as I didn't even aenl thsm a reception report; just a thank-you card, but they sent verie aqyway, Po, Bob, I didnc t meet any gangs, ad I join one either, but I did organize one!.. David %. Roy s Radnor. Road, - Indsapolis 2 ~ Indiana, Hi peoples! Tis me again. Dmeedge. I have one con~.ent on the static situation - yuchhh! It is worse now than last summer. All those thunlerstonns are really killing DX. Any thun.derstorm xithin 503 milee will cause static. I don' t like thunders torn,^. Does anybody? TLI~ AL-tigud DX ~~ade it weakiy under the usual barrage of ~lrlonday A I stat ic. l!!ohtg-ljoomads it a little better. I think I &d!'!bgp-1390 but not sura. How did you get t;im, JB~ ty? ( 3-0, hi -ed. ) Of course, KCEC had to be unusually strong here. It never faile. v'hen I can get a CPC letter trarjslated into Spanish. I " ill start some letters to some ; elticans and.send them out naxt fall. There are soee real goodies do~n there wtiich woull maka it on a clear frequency, A -fen veries havs been making t.eir?:iay to my nailbox: TIB-775 TfHB-730 taped with YLW on, VJBNT-1310 tab, raweet re~ei-~e!) sent a tape, s lettar, two coverage imps and three decals. Also PrSIZ KFSC-1220!';DUX-800 XEHK-960 FAA-960 KSPL-1230 PCLD Yew catches (?) XNDY f/c, 'Y.JS-630 nulling out WTn? at 2 p.m. Tns loop is really affective on the lower freqdrcncies. Also EZN-1500 f /c very weak unler that P'W AL which seems to be AF on Non-iay now; %pe this is not permanent. 'fllp is on the air till quite late on Ironday AMs. probably just a natter of time till t'hey are NSP too. I like the old WLS. G.K. you forgot to rcention one of the main cases of fading, ndx~z3.y {gave cancallation. This occurs nnen a sw wave cstncels a, nave or =mother s g wave propagated at a differ- ent angle. This fading cloes no% redly cmsa distortion, ~t only sounas lixa it, Wher you turn the noise limiter the audio sounds distorted, but it is rballsr not. The mfid ulation peaks are clipped - aomsthin~ is removed from the sipl- it is tha same 1 with fading - sox2 t'9inr;c is taken away from the sigal, usually t'ie carrier. This leaves the sidebands. You probably know how garbled a ham sounds on SSB. This is I,U~ and the same thing to a -certain extent. Well, thatpheing all, It 11 say I>QIA.NAPOLIS 132 ranernbey, help j:romote better growni coniuctivity. (You have abut the worst in country, Lefty, abcru t 1/2 Srrsedge. Hal PJillims - 50 Third Avenua - Se.ynour, Conn~cticuL Since rgy last report the following were logged alzl reported. 3/16- C DXI-1310 Jackaon, Tenn..on 2/c-TT 1:40-1:55 and my-sixth raport.sent since.1/18/49.!\siaybe son3 d2y 1'1: be lucky enough to hit SOhlFEODY.at b7'dxi sho will varify. So far even a PP card :la# been ignored "TLE5-580 Lawrencevill~,, Va, :::ith qood signal on ET/M 1:15 to s/of at 1 :30. $ha 3/27 DXes, all.needed except V Cj\hC- CFNS KONG aid not prove vsr;r. SUCC~~S-- ful here. Best was a fair signal viith three re.dstbla IDS fro~i; Eadio Antigua-644 poor 15 minutes of TJ.%GF Poor r.eports.- tvith a letter sent but 3i9 not reques if ica'tions as the reports were rather.~k.~py.. Mext on 4/1 13'fi?.IC-1590 St. He len, 1.1 on f/c-tt 2-2: 15 through V'ARR aacl aeking for DX caris at letters. Al.60 V!ESY-1530 LeL. and kiss. i-xxl %/c-tt under XEDIvi 2:15-8:30,out, not needed and also on 'VJUD St. Johns, i\ilich, r/c-tt 2:'d7-3:05.and they were naedei,. So two kvcr; l?icpigan calls in lest than an how. Vsries receivedhs fo1l.o~~: 3./14, :~/1 -V'E?[!D-l4SO for YRC DX; 3/15 v/ 1 YHNY-250 VrlC DX, 3/17 v/l '"IXI-1480 after f /up. V3yie i$ rather lnjlsf inite after a GfX3 report 3~1.'~ a,long 'distznce phorie call for $1.54, hi.. TIXI rzpor ts slzoui.3 be sen.a to Box 6787, ~irminghdm 10, Ala, and'k56t;to Ircmd.ale,. 3124, v/l b!le~-580 :us.: fivdays after report mailed an5,3127 v/1??1siz-1380,for #83 'from Ga. and.veria #2,197, Vith tb' reports :out, 1. SHOULD have 2,200 'befors ny nest ~viusing! Sent cards to some naarly menbars and a telegram td Ray.Flge of the DX Test froin V:LES.for 418 or 4/9 80 hope it'reached Ray in :time for is SUP OSED tobs hare 'but':.itq t: yo8nid$all ~hitq and snowin at 2 %emt t eookli~e it. St111 no :% 450 suppoz to go It5 4/1, &odak. thm some d8ye hope. 75.

12 Page 12 -D-x- - N - E - W-S- April 8rr, Ernest J. Wesolowski Pasadena Avenue - Omaha 7, Nebras-ka After aboct a month and a half of' silence, I feel that I have bet t3r send a report of my small =mount of DX activitiee. Received only two veries ; one pp from WGY-810, and a letter from RGEfL-790, of Billings, IVlont. On my erecond dsy of Easter Vacation, I'm trying to send oclt a few f hpe. Last night, heard tb three Cedzr Rapids, Iowa etations on the air.!$ during the flood of the Cedar River. New stations are few, as follows i 2/3- CR?!?X-l130, B.C KRCT-650, Texas VPIN-580, Florida. 2/27- RIDI-630, Idaho, DX program WDXN-540, Tenn. 3/5- WRVK-1460, Ky KRAH-.1140, Calif., PllXn-127 Q, Ivlich. ; KCHI-1010 i\4i ssouri. 3/18- KOLT-1320 Nebraska, and on 3/19 RDEF-1370, Tenn. Jinl Ernst, how can you be, so lucky to got KNEB-960 from Scotts- bluff, Nebraska, wmn they ndve ct null to the Edst? Here, I1nL only 350 miles from them, and I just can1 t dig thm, out! Hi. On the 28th of April, I expect to be home when the 1961 Conslrad Tast ie on. 1 don' t expect to hem swthing new, but do expect to hear s fetv stations from Canada. Am begiming to plan for the Convention in Amarillo. 73s. G. F~arles DoLeurere - 1 East 8 street - h[ounted Routa 21 - Hobart, Indiana My report this time will be in two parts. Ths first will deal with the logging6 and veries since laet report to Saturday, March 25 inclusive. The eecond part iilclude~ the rest of q DXing to date. Part the first: Logging8 slince WELE arz tho following; 3/17: WTKhT-1540 Hartford, Wis. on RS fron 2:05-2:15 p.m. 3/18: WTTijJ-1580, Watertown, Wis. on RS from 7:45-8:05 a.m. HFIZ-1450, Fond du Lac, F!ie. on RS fron 8:38-9:45. WEEV-1430, Beaver Dam, Wie. on RS from 3:45-9:W. 3/19: WELO-580, Tupelo, I~iies. with CKY QRi\fi from 4:OO-4:11 a.n. PrKC!Tr time. (WKCW the wae four minutee ahead of EST). WFBR-1300, Bltimore 19, Ftd. with TT from 4:ll-4:21 with WERE QRh. KSVdI-1560, Council Vuffs, Ia. on RS frorr. 7:53-8:03 d.m. Veries since WKPR are the follocving; V'JUD-1580 Saint Johns, Elich. (Clinton County Broadcasting, Inc. P.O. Box 276, Canal ) ; PrONW-1280, Defimce, 0. ( Tri-S tate BC, Inc., Te lepbne 32226) i WBEV-1430 Beaver Darr., Prie. (P.o. Box 430) ; ~b.p-12 50, Iifilwaukee 3, Wie. (Milwaukee BC, 1701 West Vicsonsin Ave., Division ) ; V!TTN-1580, Tl.(atortown, Wis. (Watertown Radio Inc. 104 \yest Main St.); WTKl~!-1540 Hartford, Tiis, (Times-~reee Radio Inc.); and VISN-1150, I\IIilwaukee 1, Via. (~ivision ). Part the second: Loggings since KSVI were : 3/26: CFAG-960, Calgary, Alta. with KABL Ql?M from 4: a.m. ~Ab~-960, Oakland, Cal. from 4:25-4:45 with CFAC QB1. KLU-1570, Leeeville, La. with f/c-tt from 6:30-6:45 with XERF QFM. WUQ-1540, Cleveland 14, 0. from 6 :45-7 a.m. WBSC-1550, Be rnetteville, S. C. from S:5?-7:00. VZST-1556, Tanpa, Fla. with PIBSC~~AAY QEOli fron 7:03-?:a8 a.m. (~oted that XERF didn't came on the Air until 5:12:30 this morning). I zleo logged the fol- lowing: TmEO-640, Columbus 8, 0. ; KSDR-1480, Watertown, S.D. ; RXRA-1490, Alexmdria, Minn. ; CFNS-1170 Saskatoon, Sask. ; RXKO-1380 Everett, Irseh. ; 17ONG-1500 Oneida, N.Y. ; FrAMV-1490, East St. Louis, Ill. ; IDIA-1070, htemphis, Tenn. ; PrPHB-1260, Phillipshrg, Pa. ; PrHLP-1470, Centerville, Tenn. ; W90T-1570, Campbell, 0. and RS , Sioux Falls S.D. Veries: WHAB-1260 r;"xol"-1070 ad V'HLO-640. I shzll repor t on these next tveek.738 Roy H. Niill2r - P.O. Bod78 - Pellevue, PIashington The "DX Tale." lilar. 20th- The new 1ZD-1000 Tdurdngd, N.Z. loggad 4:10-4:30 a.m. for 6 welcome catch. IJ,ar, 26th- Cmeing Chmsr~en &gain; at 7 :558 :33 asfir dih) t sound at all like Radio Peking; tentative off to BED26 ctith fingers crossed, as lots of tape material, if correctly IDed. LA on 840 at 5:55 as%. sounds like vr?diohora!f but no clock ticks; prob3bly Cuban. bbr. 27th- No luck on Antigua-644; 'KFI ET rr.0 st of the time on 640 did~f t help any! Ivlailrran has found PI box again wi th s few veries, i.e. : 4RIC-840 4QS-750 4ZA-820 and XEXQ-1460 DX. Tha 840 end 750 Aussies ~ake two more Q"ur Continents Verified" frequancies, while 4ZA is.^^ most Southsrly varie, and says my rc port only second from U.S,A,; who else? Mctybe HT? With little current DX to write cc bout, I Id like to list q '?Top Ten" foreign veries accor&&ng to my latest analysis, with some detail; would be interested in seeing othar such li'ste during thc off-beasor. How about it, boys? OK, may be roorr. for argument on some of these, but here goes: 1. 7AD, Devonport, Tasmania (900, 500 watts) logged 4/3/55, 8,525 ailes, being 17 lim. 2. 4ZR, Ro~a, Queensland (14~0,"a little over 300 wattan) logged 10/2:/54, 7,650 miles, bei~g 25.5 l,et!; most distant report, ad dpparsntly first from KA. (Licansed 500 vi~tta 3. Oldenburg, Germany (1586, 40 kw.) logged 12/31/53, ng first TA, a rarity in Far?lest. 4/ Bordeaux-I Francs (1205, 100 kw.) logged 12/24/54, another rare TA. 5. KBIC, Tlmle AFB, Greenland (1210, 250 watte) logged 3/29/60 on?jrc DX, first report from USA, a rare 'country, and ah~orat directly across Magnetic North Pole. (page 13)

13 April 8, D-X- -N-E-V!-S- Page 13 (ROY Millar, contd. ) 6. Radio - Peking, China (940, Nmchang) logged 10/19/56 ; rr,o st vesterly verification. 7. Shanghai, China (900) log.pd azrly 1955, E ;.p;lis;? grogm; v;rif ies as Shanghai specifically. 8. CX28 Ifiontsvidao, Uruguay (1C90, 10 W) logged 3/31/60 on&j progrmdriing, 7,000 n.ilas. 9. OAXYX, Lim, Peru (7%~~ 2 bv,) logged 1954; again verified in 1956 on 780 with 13 kg. 10. XIUP, Ciudad Obregon, Sonora (1290, 100 watts) logged 12/29/52; 1,900 miles baing 19 Ti?;!. Saveral otbr candi- -dates for ''Top Ten? dropped for various roasons, incluling dege of certsintj: of ID or gositiveness of verification it'self. Sr. CorJova at XEXQ scljrs only 12 raports received up to tir? writing me; sorrg nore of you cou1d.n~ t hear this rare station. 73. Dick Cooper - P.O. Box Kittanning, P.jnnsylvania 3 /13- The DX bingz continues here and I sent reprts to IQtA XGLO?YA.L '."TTF. Too auch WLV to log HCJB and XEXQ wae probably in there but very weak. 3/2?- CFNS in fairly well and,?ong strong. Coul;lnt t separate ':'!Cl4C nor VQDY frorr. the 1230 mass. 1% DX revival has resulted in reports out to 84 new stationswith answers back from 51, and reports b$several others such as KGLO that were verified long ago, I ;lave proven to nyself tht a friendly personal letter gets better results than a report fom.!bo answers were on my report, T,11QJS-1360 Ols~n, N.Y. signed by Mike Caci, CE; tho other vagg-950 Frx&lin, Tenn. signed by P.R.Omes, CE. I dislika this fonr of verification ad will trf to secure at least a PP card frm stations answering in this manner, DTany of t"le v/ls include a coverage nap, Friendly cornlent often brings friendly replies Chief complaint is the Pennsylvania stations tht do not answer. These are mrrent offenders VXfiP* WAIirlO* W CNG* V!SHH* IWiHliL WGRP* V;l?AE* VJUN l:'rlt&.i hlfiviba* \:JbT,rFRiM with t:do or more reports to those ~vitn asterisk. I stopped to visit UFAR leist waek and was prorrised an answer, but so far nothing. XE\'1R testing 3/27 and got a report from ii2e. Yi'IVV easy to log on Monday mornings 4:30-5:OO. I've been kicking around two ideas - ona, that we can help our hobby by preparing a folder with a brief history and explmation of DXing, aad a mineature reproduction on this folder of a v/l and one of a QSL card. This could be enclosed with reports and might get answers back fro= sone of the stations that don't know what to do with a DX raport. The other idea - that we prepare a questionnaire to be sent out about August to as many of the daytimers as we... ight want to send it to, asking for f/c skeds, proof of perforrrances, or any emly morning sked they might be running. This questionnaire zight alsosuggest a DX progran, ard any favorable replies could be turned over to the CPC. Let's hear from son.3 others. Perhaps this idea could merve us to,good advantage. I would be happy to prepare dch a questiormarie and also to sen3 it out in bs3alf of the Club if you thirik it a good idea. Let' s Yav6 your suggestions as to w b t questions we snould ask these stations. Regarding t'he folder, this could be an elaboration on the presant little sheet we have been using for CPC work. Rag H. Rraul rd Street - berwun, Illinois I guess I pullea the DX goof of.the year by sleeping through tne alarm on >Joild23; 3/27, thus missing all of the Specials. Hope everyone else heard a few anyway.!as up %es day 28th to hear Ti'!G1V-1600 s/on at 5. Did not listen again till 31st when R!E?O-1470 was heard at 2:05. I heard ID and then TT arid music frh- two signals. TT\BD is so tough here, I don't if KV'O was on test, or that I just appe~ed to catch ID. At 3x01 was surprieed to hear KPMC-1550 coming in real well. 4/1 you'd all kil~;; I was fooling if I said I heard Singapore at 2 p.m. so hare is the true DX on the first: V!PHB-l2SO ETing ;5?x. XR 1:4&2 and on; KLY!N-1320 ET at 2:15. Veries are slh tkie week: Letters from RRZE YTAQ and Val'FLI. 'i?'fli also sent a QSL card. -- J. BF IfPstll ~eiiley Spring Street - Jmestown. Yew Yorkv71rILS PTm l,-tong ar2 new veries and still have 28 reports out shce 'llhite Plains. 3/27. ITo 1' CMC VQDY ir3.ri or Y'E)GF heard as they were all covered up. Only heard one selectio, and om announoement from Antigua and then very weak and faded out. CFNS ail& VOITG were heard for neaf* ones also, 3/28- By the tonee around tb Aial today everybodyls dog must have been lost as nothing new heard, Unknown TTe on 1&0 at 3, 990 at 3:17, 1530 at 3:56. Caught KRI'EIT-540 at 5 :25 for a new call. 3/30- No DX, 5id-fit t awa en until 6: V'iIXiC-1590 test at 2:U. hirv-1550 test at d:30-2:40, LQBY aft er VIRV left air. CHEC :U for fifth new one today with WETT-1590 atop l,*.~u<r at 4. Like to catch this many each day, haha. This makes 25 new ones heard in I\Smch, th most for a-ry month away back to the 25 heard ir, October /1- IQiJ'MT-540 test at 2:30. Glad to see GroundHog Dick Cooperback in DX gme igain, be sure to sing over those bridges before you DX. VJUD hc,re as listed in f,h list. Sorry CarAoll,,too old to go into Peace Corps now!

14 - CFLP,T?GES IN ST-4TION DATA - F. C. C. -.- STATIONS Midvros t City, Oklahorria 1, Smyrna, Gsorgia Page $ Blountstovh, Florida 500 D-1. ato on' Iiouge, Lou 1410 Cw;;:ing, Georgia +. 1,000 D-3 Jackson, hiss. 50,000/18,000 U Sierra lrista, Ariribna 1,000 D-1 Senatobia, hfississippi 5,000 D-1 mhea lii~g, me s t Virginia 500 D Benson, Morth Cdrolina 500 D-1 1 Shipj?ans*urg,?ennsy lvania 500 D-3 Eastnan, Georgia 500 D Fresno, California 500 D-1 Glennvilla, Georgia 1,000 D-1 Mobile, Alabama 50,000 D Thoaaston, Georgia 500 D-1 FACILITIES 790 K C E E Tucson, Arizona, to 5,000 D-3, from 1,000 D-3, same channel L A S Jacksonville, Norta C.~roiina, to 5,000 D-1 fror~ 1,000 D-1, sane channel W Z X 0 50 Jacksonville, Floricia, frorr, Jacksonville Beach, Florida, and to 25,000 D-3, from 1,000 D-1, same channel Q?1 Y Arlington, Florida, to 1,000 D-1, froni 250 D-1, erne channel Yr S I< Y Asheville,?orti? Carolina, to 1,000/250 U-1 f roe 253 U-1, same c;=nnel. IC S Y Sqmour, Texas, to 250 SH-1, fro% 250 U-1, same channel. W A U D Auburn, Alabarra, to 1,000/250 U-1, from 250 U-1, sane chanr~l. K G E E Bakersfield, California, to 500/250 IL1, from 250 U-1, sme c1mel. K r? T C Barstow, California, to 1,033/250 U-1, from 250 U-1, sane chxtnel, K P R L Paso RoSles, California, to 1,000/250 U-1, frox 250 U-1, sarne channel. K i!j C 11 1-oberly, Esissouri, to 1,000/250 U-1, from 250 US1, same channel. W B'? F R Yigh Point, North Carolina, to 1,0~/250 U-1, from 250 U-1, same channe: 1240 V' B Elelbourne, Florida,, to 1,000/250 U-1, from 250 U-1, same c;mnnel. Vr F 0 Y St. Augustim, Florida, to 1,000/250 U-1, frm, 250 U-1, same clzantiel., I< 1250 K 1'1 S C hllman, m'dshington, to 5,000 U-1, frog 5,000 S$-1 (KTI!) 8ari.e CLE-~~' K 'T'i? Saattle, FYdshington, to 5,000 D-1, f rani 5,000 S-1 (DISC) s&&e cha 1330 W E A Yl Evanston, Illinois, to 5,000 D-3 from 1,000 D-3, same channel, 1340 " 14 T E Iisaazistee, Y'ichigan, to 1,000/250 U-1, from 250 U-1, same cm.el. T' Ti 3 F Petoskey, Michigan, to 1,000/250 U-1, from 250 U-1, sane cli.=n~el V A I:! S Yilmington, Delaware, to 5,000/1,000 U-?? from 5,003/1,000 U-4, G channel. (FCC's code on this grsnt reale, t7da-3* wizich we 1390 V' A D A Shelby, 1Tor th Cdro lina, to 500 D-1, from 500 D-3, same charnel L D Gomewood, Alabama, to 1,000/250 U-1, from 250 U-1, same channel. TI 3 Ii 0 Opelika, Alabama to 1,000/250 U-1, from 250 U-1, same chanael. W S G C Elbe rton, Georbia, to 1,000/250 U01, from 250 U-1, sm.s c&m1. VT N E Georgia, to 1,000/250 U-1, from 250 U-1, eame cnannal. I4 G A F'iaultrie, Georgia, to lp000/250 U-1, sme channel, from 250 U-1. m C 0 H Nman, Georgia, to 1,000/250 U-1, from 250 U-1, same channel. 1' J Z Pi Clarksville, Tennessea, to 1,000/250 U-1, fro= 250 U-1, a&;i;e cbmel. 1'1 H U B Cookeville, Tennessee, to 1,000/250 U-1, from 250 U-1, same c~zannel. Frr H A L Shelbyville, Tennessee, to 1,000/250 U-1, fron: 250 U-1, sarne clmmiel. Vr A T T? Ashland, Y~isconsin, to 1,000/250 U-1, from 250 U-1, sme chanilel K T I P Porterville, California, to 1,000/250 U-1, fron. 250 U-1, szme channel V C B Q Whitehall, kichigan, to 1,000/250 U-1, fron, d50 U-1, same c'llitnrel. V\ 14 R N iviarion, Ohio, to 1,000/250 U-1, from 250 U-1, same channel K B E R Ei-ICFIR NRC C F U N NOW 10,300 U-4 BRC Xrnie Cooper East 21 Street,- Brooklyn 26, New York ~/le from \!~&~-b550.'rpilz-1590, and VORG1500 ard CKGI\J~-~$~. Not too muck this week. b*t CX excelleiilt. heard P'TT~ and IXBOF-1550 s/off together at 6:15 on 5/31, and on 414 at 7, both VJLOA ard new T?!ZST-1550 s/off, and T'DLR at 7:15, non3 needed, however. DX: itoted 13JA.B-1440 ET/OC 12 :30 a.m., an VAQE-1570 ET/TT at 12: 50. "Radio Columbia'?-725 (TILX) s /of f at 1:02, not enough for a repart. UrLfli1'-990, the 50 k-j. daytirr er in Providence, ET/OC 1:31 and on, new here. 1w1UP h14 an Ag ET/I\~. TT on 560 m 2:11-2:13, vlho? 412- KRF;E-1550 AN bihind CEE for second try for a verio. Loud TT on "'0 AN over'all Axe. ETer on 1480 at 2:22 IDed but behind 17:RDrV/FJABB, who? Y!SOR? 4/ WJBi\!i-1480 r/c-tt, off 1:20 a.~,,, :CTX ET/ivi/TT over I3l\\IIOR 1:30-2:30, neaded. TTer on :45-3:00 led. 0: N TO JhUWHY ' S! Ai\iD A.h.IARILL0!

15 April " DX DOT.:fiT \TI-3 DIAL ''* Page 15. SEND ALL fltii-).s" To Ev. Johnso:?-50k-lrj'ch St. liew2ot~-,ill,(in.e.s.t. I! fi71.,apj<sfl CIiPG?rince George, E?C.- S/oEf 03~07- Won 01:OO- L.Pox: 600 cjge Vancouver 3.C.- I1s.s lj~~.rs av,- $/off 02 ~05- (L. Scht~artz: 610 CJAT Trail 3.C.- :;/off 03 :30 idot<. (L.:3cIi.r;~2rtz-&lif: 650 1~0;~ I.'iono&ulu, Hatraii- S/ofP idt. 05:03- 'Sckbtliar&z- Califs Tijuana. B.Cfa.- S/'off 03~00- S/on 06:00 in pan-schwartz 860 A31$0 Tijua.na B.Cfa. off air since 3/4 Scln;\rzrtz."Calif: n 960 WGRO Lake City Fla. ~reci. tests changed to 4:30-9~00-4th Thurs. Robert Dobelstein,~o-Omer- (Fib Sperry- Conn: 950 IQRH Houston Tex. rj/on 05:25- %ve 970 4Jf~U.y Baw Springfjheld. Ill has QSL Cards wants re~orts-ev: 970 KOOK Billings '.%njc, S/off 01~50- S/on L Fox- ask: 970 KBIN Pwtland Ore,- S/off L Fox-Sask: 980 CI-iRM Regina Sask.- S/on O7:OO ~rith OICanada. L Fox: 990 CBW 1;Eimlpeg i n S/on L, -- Fox.-Bask: 990 V??OX &mxville Tenn. S/on 05:OO- Lv, 1030 KATN BDISE Ida.- 1Kw.- days- as of ~ p,lst-(~chwartz-calif r : 1060 XU2D Teape Ariz,- was A.N. 3/20- L.Fox-$ask: 1160 KSL Sal$ Lake City- Utah, S/off 03~08 A/on 08:OO- Fox- I230 KBIN Bozeman font.- S/off 02~07- Fox-Sask: W6O l s u r Pa. - Now On ET "S (S,Rosenbawn-V,Va. : ESOO KOZE Lewiston Ida.- S/off FOX :.MP Allentown Pa.- Erd on ET ' s :15-1: 30- (~osen'i3a:m: ECGI Ft ~b.ctison 1a.- S/on 06~30- Per Veri- Ev: n 1440 CFCF Courtenay, a.c.- S/off 03:lO- S/on Fox: 1450 KSIX??aodward Olcla. has R/'C TT 1st Fri,- 1:35-1:50- Evr (EV: 1550 >lcgr Canandaigua, X.Y. hrd on ET 'S 3/25 now on air per Veri KYND Ternpe Ariz.- S/on 08:Lt-5- (Schvart z- Calif: 1570 WAF Tovson Nd.- TT 3/28-00:55-01:03- ~osenba~rn-~'il.~a.: 1590 XDOG Iihrine Ci.ty i'iich.- hrd 011 TT 3/'27-00:55-01:0& Rosenbau KEUE Cheyenne, Wyoming P.O. Box 199 heard ETing with music f rorn on 4/6 (Johanns -Buff a10 ) Again it is requested that those who wish a copy of the Latin Amer- ican log, send in either.l5$ in coin in stanps of no larger than denoninations. The sane goes for our Canadian nenbers, who can send Canadian coins if more convienent, I will not start to run off this log until April 18th, so get your order in pronptly, Send direct to P.O. Box 63, Buffalo 15, 1J.Y. We again have to remind you that when sending in a change of QRA that either.15# in stanps or coin be included. This covers the cost of having a new address plate made up. All old address plates are kept on file so in case you ever revert back to an old address, there is no charge as we just slip out the forner address and slide in the new one, Lastly a few remarks regarding the letter you will find re-printed on the Front Page, Its contents doesnt do us DXers much good, rather it tends to show that some of us are not too particular in our methods of listening and reporting, Using such a nethod results in only fohling your self, so why continue. The Article ItHow To Enjoy Better DXing" is in all members hands and explains fully the correct way for reporting stations,requesting a verification, Why not follow its directions, Remember logging or as!.cing for veries when you do not have any definite data to back up your DXing etc, makes your logs or verie totals a joke and again the result is that you are only fooling yourself, no one else That is one reason so nany of the old tine DXers frown on the sending of Tentative reports. How about resolving to begin to be honest with reception reports and thus show that the DXer isnt as 8ad as this letter seems W i l l you cooperate??????? NEXT DX NEWS APRIL 15th, then APRIL 29th. Smer sked will appear later

16 3XNATI3NkL PAGE 1 3X MG1iirS April 8, 1961 INTERN.IITIOPIATJ DX D1:C;EST Edited by Fred L. VanVoorhees, Eox 132, Lernome, PenlzsyJ.vania, U.S.A. Condit 2on.s turned out as I had oripfnally eq7ect ed them last week, so I was not able to get a DIWST out for yc!u, Not a great deal of infor-nation a.nyway, so I \guess it wasn't a pveat loss. Here is the storv for this week. By th.e way, I now have 12 votes on next yearrs set-up. Are you go:eng to let 7 members dectc?.e how you want the set-up? Let's have more votes, NORTH Ai\tERI Ch CANADA--:t-Have logged some Nnrth -4mericans this past week, and amqng them were CBN (640) also in early March; CJOi'! (950) in early fiiarch; CBA (1070) sane time, (RP) UNITED ST'kTES--::--Quite a few US st titions heard during Mmch are 2s follows: VTL'BC (660) early March; VVCBS (880) Good ~larcrl 1~273: WINS (1010) same d~ys; WTIC (1080) and WBAL (1090) same days; along hlth VVBT (1110)~ inne:lij (1130) good around 0030 In early March; VfCAU (1210) fair; \!WZE (1260); WTOP (1420) fair signt~l; VWOP (1500); WNEX (1510); WKBVf (1520); and. VJQXR (1560) all around with good s-ipnels -first few days of March. (RP) S?VA~T ISLL;~\SD-*-"H~~~~O Swm" (1160) consfstent Ln Spanish 2-round 0100 GMT, (IW) I~Il\iD'j/ARD I&hl?TDS-+t-Verie letter f rom "Radi o Caribbenn (840) the new St, Luci~ station, took only 1-2 days, Signer is safcl~el Ferry, Gen, llgr., P. 0. Box 121, St. Lucia, West Indies. Have been on thd c\fr since the first of:?,!111nrch z.nd use watts. Bxpect to move soon to (830) to avoid QrW from HJXC ::nd will velcome reports. (ED) LESViARD ISL;=T?TT~S--::-LT~C 3/27 DX from. li~ltipu?. (644)! dlcln't makc. f t SO we11 hero, due rnninly to KFP boing particularly strong, even with carrf er zfter sign-off. Latep, V~SM carrier spilled over some, PPcked up L~n.tipua Few times, so repolatcd, but also referred to a prcvfous report they h ~ not d mswered., (BD) HhITI-4:--k.new? Haitian station recently heard on 1500 Kcs. with mentl:n nf port-eu-prince, Call soui~ded like 4VGB (But this is a SW station), Not iviartflzique, Anyone ID in thous? Often clcssical music between 2030 and 2100 EST, IIeard zlrouncl 3/27. (LRLIBE) GUiiTGIGLL;~-4:--TIW (775) hat emcla City, logpcd c:t ( JDH) (Somethinp wrong here, Jack,.TI1/V is a Costa ~ican-fv) TGRP (1420) logged 3/ ID as "~s. Voz de 1% Eternn". (BE) TGD (1070) Qukzalt~nnn~o, ID at 1945 as ''~a Voz de ~ccidenta", thf s 3/14. (BE) COSTii RICii-s:--TICJ (1425) San Isid~o dal General, ID es "~ndio Sinaii' 011 3/12 from , QRI\4 from no otbcr than Cyprus,.(RB) TIOS (825) logged 3/ tn~ough YNOL-XEUL &RNL, (BB) MEXICO-+:--XEZ (600) logged 3/ viith YVICC QN:1, ID ct 2108, ID is "La Voz de In Peninsula". (EB) XEXQ (1460) DX logged 3/13 with extreme difff culty, report to stctfon prtmc?rily of "types and times" of :m,~sic 2nd announcements. (RI-IR'I) XEIC (960) Nucvo Laredo, notec 3/22 from with " rcnchero" music with Flutter 2.n6 C:Rn'I and the2 disappeared behind KOVO, (JDH') XEN (695) 15exEco CTty, noted 3/25 r:t (JDFi) XEB (1220) Mexfco Cfty, noted 3/25 at ( JDH) XERF (1570) Villc Lcunn, noted at 0219* (JDH) XECL (990) idi\'icxicalt, noted, nt 0223 on 3/20. (JDII) XEliii, (540) San Luis Potosi, noted 1900 on 3/27 (JDH) XERCN (1110) Mexlco City, D, F., -noted on 3/27, pepor1 sent 3/28. (JDI-I) XEZM (650) Zamora, noted at 1935 on 3/28, (JDH) TTr (730) noted at 2105 on 3/28, (JDB) XEFIV (810) Tmplco, nstcd zt 234 on 3/28, (JDH) XED11 (1580) Hormosillio, noted ~~t 2190 Dn 3/29. (JDH) SOUTK i,?:e RIGA ECU~~DO~~--::--HCJB (700) EX, logged with one positivc ID 2t 0318 on 3/13, for a new country. (RIB) ;+RGE3~TIl\Tib--::-LRl(1070) logfred 3/ , ID zt 1958/2000 as "~adio El ~iundo". (BB) HP-d.st?.tion ii?. clear on (950 on 3/27 from 042( to 0440, appc:.rently LR-3 if I heard thc announcements correctly, No

17 ERN~-L TI~N~~L PA GE 2 DX NEWS a.~prll 8, 1961, sip of' KIklN, ~.nd. no :VPEN c&rrier, (R9j BRITISI.1 ~ ~Ii~~~~-s:--"~adio ~c~ernra" (760) was atop frequency F.nd very strong 0.r~ 3/27 from 0437 to 0442, iiranounceincizts: Ln tluo or more languages 2nd a iiinduatanl reaucst prog,rnm, Sent a ~ c report, w as I October lettor wcs ncver t!ns~~~c::rod, cli;l.lo~lph I - thought it auito corn- - ~ l ~ t e (BI.1). B~'iZIIJ--::--Followina Brazili~.ns lopp~d recentlyr PICE3 (1180) vary consistent nround 0000"~1!1~; PRfi9 (1220) also vcry consistent around. 0000; PRG3 (1280) consistent, but not evcrg night, also 8.round 0000 PRD5 ( 1400) Consistent.. (RP) " ~ adio Hologio ~odcrcil" opcrates over. ZYZ21 (590) 24 hours per dc>y with tfmc sf gnals from Rio De Jancivo. ID is "Ouvom a Hrdio Hclogio Fcdsra.1 do Rio de J~nciro, a emissora lidcr dn hora oxntau or ",~adio Ro1ogl.o Federal roporc:f.oncndo lnfnut~ n minuto r horo c ~ ~ do t a 0cservr.tori.o Wncionnl'.P(lRB) Lnothor 24 hou~ :,t~.tinn is "~adi o ~r?.ndeirantes", Sn.0 Paulo on 840 Kcs. ('\!jre-i) EURO PE i.t SEiL-3:--CNBC off' the h.tch Coast (1562) logpcd ~irith BC QRJ4 until midnight GI/IT, then In tho clcar until 0100 when Cl<cy s/off, (RF) "~adfo ~ord",(602) although announcfng as 606 Kcs. now on tho air from 11 Motor Ship Eon Jour" off the cor!.st of StocW-olm. Ainchorcd outside terrltorinl brdcr. So far broadcr-sting EST with 10 K;J, 1 in thc near futurs 24 hours Qnd 20 Iiw, Light music snd "ds only. Frequent mation of' "~cdio Ne,r!dt', On tho hour clso ID by jinplcs, QSL cnrd is being prepe.rcd. iiepo~tln~ address: Rcnort Ci-,ntrol, Rzdic Bord, Stocl~holn~ 3, Sscden. (RE 2nd LRB(LI1 nlso sc& n broclnlr~ complc with mgny picturcd of this stat1 on,) FRANCE--::-Rcccivcd dofinitc vcric? 1 otter from " Radf o 3rc;tcgncf' (674') for 3/3 rcport, cnd sipncd by thc Rcgione.1 Dircctor ~t Ecnncs, (Lcttrr in French), This is Number 5 from France. (BD) Good skip c 3/18, noted Nantcs/~imo~,us (1349) ; Hrcst f 1403) 3/18, 011' 0121; ~oulousc/~a~onnc (1493) 3/18, ; Bordcaux (1205) ,.all st- tions in Frcnch, (BB) ENGL..BD-rr-Rather surprised on 3/27 to find CFC stltions col!ling : cs late as, , wh'ich must bo ~v.cll beyond' sunrise over them 21 this time of the yccr, New st?tl.on logpcd, end. qultc strong, was tht Eorth Rcgioncl on 692 Kcs. dso pood t~~hs thc:!vest Rcgiolial.. (1457). Nobhi.ng in bctwccn. (BD) IT;LLY-+~-R;~I' ( 1484) log~d 3/ , 3-7 in It r.lfan, Is tl EiI on this lntc? (ED) P3RTUGiLL-?:--Far0 (1484) lopgod in Portugucsc: 3/15 from , CSB5 (1578)' loggcd 3/ , talks heard in E)ortugucsc. (BE) SPiLIN-4i-EiiJ54 (1493) 3/14, Spcnish t nlks, music , 3-2. glj17 (1511) 23/19, with- ra 3-4 porfcctly rcad:.blc signal. (BB) i+ffiici'~ %LL~Z~LROCCO-*-'~E~~~O Biar~c'~ (600) on latc some ni9:h.t~. (RP) i~l;gerir'~--:r-?as indccd. happy to rcccivcd my vcrcc c:lrd from Oran I1 (1304) confirming a 2/27 report. Took 3 wccks.' F rom "l?ndiodiffbsion Tclcvision Frnn~~3.s~ at Algfcrai'. (BD) C~LNL-LRY ISL~~(DS-~:--"R~~~O ;~tlai t icoi' ( 1500) logkid. 3/16 from with S-4 signcl, Has 2 Kw, i\tc.tional music, Spanfsh talks with V~OF QRN..(BB) IVIA'LDEINL ISLLND-+~-CSB~O (1484) logpcd, 3/15, wi th Ri.1 :md Faro Qm9, 1 KVJ, 5-3, (BB) iisiil (WEr& R E~LST ) CYPRUS-4:-Kicosia (1425) S-6 on. 3/ vdth c r,cvrs cornmcntnry. Uscs 7.5 Fw., berg 13rttish 'type ncccnt. ~ D U ) IRL'~O,-.',:--' Radio 8aghdad" (908) 10,ggcd %/12 from -- ~ wit11 lira1 a. (AT'' m-~ir si thc :. (RP I

18 NTERNIATION--L Pl'iGE 3 DX NEWS ~'~pril 8, 1961 XGYP'~~-%--(U*.~~) C,n.irc) (620) on l?*tc. (:XI?) SYXIir-4:--(U~LR) D~xflascus (665) in Lrcbfc a 3.- GRIT f2.ir sfgna: Damascus (746) SLUG progrms 3s on 665 Rcs, ( :ioluig (860) signal on i?larch 1, (RP) SLUDI AiK:iBIL~-+:--Thi a s tat ion is on 723 Kcs, c.nd wns d at ( GivIT with Arabic j4u~l.c~ (RP) ASIir (F~LR E~~sT)' JLiPaN-3:--JOJK (1030) Rcnazcwa loggcd 3/ , Jnpzncso music ;nd talks with XEQR (9~) JOHK (890) loggcd snmc dny bric ovcp CliLS, h':s 10 Kw, (BB) I;iiOS--::--The only BCB station in the country 'continues to diffusion Nct ionalo ~ao" on 1340 IScs, (V/RE-DXG) NORTH ~'il?bi'~-~:--" Hndio Pyongyan&", bro~dca st s in B~gli sh dnlly u I 820, 1080, clnd Kcs. (DXG) OCEiiNIii TONGiL ISL.,1:?DS--:$-The T.angn 'Uroadccst l.np COmis~-,ion hccrd wfi th f initicl tdse on Vlod., Fcb, 22 to 0890 on 1020 Kcs. v~rf th 10 Kw. vihc I I closing, st2.tcd: This is stc.tion ZCO N~i.kalofo, wc havc bccn tcstf~ on 1020 Kcs, and vrc v?ou.ld npprecf c.tc roports from 1.lstcncrs ~vhich should bc sent to tlic Tong2 Brocdc.sting Comnlission,?~u!calofa", Z( is t~ carry commcrcizl progrcms soon.,~irnc is 13 hours "head of GI ( WRH) ;LUST?L-I;I~L-?:--ZNIL (1510) IJowcnst lc, NSIfiJ,, ID c.t 0600 oil 3/1.2, iibc ' chain. (-9) 4RK (810) loggcd 3/21, in $plisl?, -S-2. (BB) TJZVJ ZE~L~NDIS':--.:Z13D-B (1040) Dunedin, wlth time c2ll ct 0813, 3/12 nnc in until clftcr 0630 with fnlr to cxccllcnt signc.1. (RI-D?~ 1YZ (800) Rotorua, vcriffcd by nc,vr NZBS card, cnd. onthusi?.stic 1ci;tc.r rc my t~pcd rcport, Uscd it on loczl program, rlny of you NZ boys hcar It by cny I. chenc c '2 ( RkIitI) ; ~ p ~ ~ r j ' ~ ~ ~ REin.I-Roy H. &Iillzr, P. 0. Box 778, Gcllc;vuc, IfiJ~.skiir?gton. BB-Eud I3<?.rt0, 3 Glcnv~ood ~~vcnuc, Ntugatuek, Connecticut. RP-Zoy Patrick, 8 Sidnny Strcct, Derby, England, BD-Ben Danpcrf icld, 202 Governors Drivc, Sproul Est r.tcs, Chest or, Pa.,. BE-Bcngt ii. Ericson, Linncgstan 4, Skarc, Sweden. LR-Lars Eyden, Srnedvugen 12, Knllhnll, Saedcn, JDH-Jcck I-ir thaway, 4701 South EJilam Street, Lirriari 110, TcxcLs, DXGaDX GUIDE of 3'c.pc.ncse Short Wcve Club, Box 29, Scndnl, Jcpan, WRH-Bulletin of Viorld Radio H~ndbook, Hcllcru~, Dcnz12.rk. Would like to zlso r.cknowledgc rcceipt of rep~l2.r notices from the FCC which contsillcd no forcigr, Informction t?;iis w~ck; cllnd the March issuc of YII;:DIUi\ll?lLVE NE'iVS, lilso tho iipr?l issuc of thc Nc1~!r_rk,' ITevrs Radio Club bullctin, Pleasc scnd in your vote r.s to ~vhether you. wlrant thc DIGEST to, list str,tions.'by country 2s now, or by frcauency. Sc~d inc your vote on a post?.l card containing no oth.cr inf ormntfon, Decision will be rn2.d~ when a rcprcscnt2-tivc number ~f votc's hnvc been cast. Plccsc nlso notc tbc noticcs rc the Mexican-Ccntr?.l ~~::zcricnn list which R2.y hcs rcndy to run off. T~BS is well worth tlne 154 boinp ~skcd, and I hopc that?~ou will ordcronc; c-s r. lot of work went--into tl?i s. 1J~tc thr.t thcrc ~~111 bc two more DIGESTS hssvcd during Lpril, one ncxt vrcck on 15th, 3.ricl thc ncxt -&?ril 29th, so bc sure tc havc your rnc.tcrill hcrc in Lernoync in plcnty of tiiilc, 7.s thcrc is quite a spccc in time bctwccn issues from now on, I cx~cct that the L.1 Contcst stcndl-ngs will bc In ncxt weck, cs ~ncrc w9.s ~othfn~ in the box from 3oger when I picked up m2.f 1 this week...nd ~l.th thesc commeni vl~c hzvo come to thc end of nnothcr p?-ge, C-LLU p.4r7, gincc t'nciqc is nothin6 much else to cdd, certainly not ~i10uph t 0 use up i? ~vholo page, we TA bring this issuc of tbc: I~~;I-I'E~~~'?~L'I'IO~\T;L 37: GEST - to C ~ O S C ~ 13nppy DX,

19 nx ' r n h ~ s (MARCH) SJP~I-P.CY IZAT~~GS (1961) XEK2%?f%Z$$ Corn iled by TWVK WIIXI?JXiN, 6620 Beeman Avehe, Uorth ~olpprood, California 8 x 1 ~ CTRIES VEi3IES FORE:IqPT ASIA BEST (EASTEF?~~ H.AD OF IVORTH, ATIPLZCA) Hank Pyndall, Vermont A 4 2 n 0 - % * C.M. Stanbury,- Ontario % r Roger Anderson, Virginia Hank Holbrook, Kaaryland 7b Bob Botzuir, Penna Steve Johnson, Maryland '4 182 Stcan Morss, TI'Iasz Richard Daneker, Penna Carroll Seth, Xew York ErnesLR. Cooper, New York Fred VamlToorhees, Penna Hilding Gustafson, Illinois Pat fieilley, New York Fred Bxrleigh, Conn Ben Danger field, Pen~n C. P. Atherton, Yass Robert S. Duggan, Georgia David Roys, Ind Bob Kalish, Xew York Hal Wil.lims, Conn Bill Stone, Ontario Ralph S~erry, Conn Wm. L. Bauer,?Giuylanc? Sid Steele, Illinois ~ 102. Zv. Johnson, Illinois '95 Frank Fheeler, Penna Ray Edge, >Jew York Gary Bassett, Kentucky Walter Gold;., Illinois Sid ~osenbaum, M.'VA, Sam McLauchlan, Quebec Jim Ernst, I\Iova SCotia ' Dan Phillips, Tennessee (hbste3w R2iJ;F OF- NORTH i~fe31c:l) I\Torm Naguir e, NelI? Mexico,-C7 L'l ' Gene Allen, California Hank Willtinson, California Roy 3. Millar, Washington Mike Fer guson, Texas Larry Goodwin, Texa.s 27 69k 54 Clarence Freeman, CalifornTa Maurice hshby, Kansas Raleigh Biss, California John R. Boase, California %i Marv Robloins, NeSraska Glen Kippel, Colorado 18 35' 25 Len Kruse, Iowa John D. I?athaway, Texas Francis ljittler, Colorado Maurice Nittler, Colorzdo Jim Critchett, California Fred Barenc, Idashington (OUTSIDE NoRT:~?LFERICA) Ken Yickey, ~JCW Zenland Arthur Cushen, New Zealand Keith Eobinson, Nmr Zealmd Roy Patrick, Engla~d '2 Wells Perkins (LF- Europe) Aden Khar JOKK ---- JOPK ---- % VAC VAC VRC VAC JGOC VAC Saklialin JO ID Nanc hang WC JO 23 VO A- I,~.Iz on ---- V AC JOKR JODR JOSQ WS JOBS ---- Cyprus VAC ViiC VfIIC

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