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MESSAGE FROM NICKY EI9CK sT:tdy'istheBlackpoolweekend I wouldlike to wishvou u . I really would appreti& w.tt just beforechristrnasI received *i lYf"h vERy HAppy, **itii)' meknowoneor anothertr a Christmascardfrom Nicky passing letting pRoSpERoUSNEw Gl;'; *"t t* interestedin going t:^,lT: on all his goodwishesto us all at the of you.,;il;;;; and everyone f":-ff Radioclub. Nicky alsosenta donayou all had a really,;* itfi.ffi Tf:-lt"ttaloteasierformvsellon front' Seetuther in tion of f"20towardsthe club tundsso and that Santabroug;;;;ffi; :I :ig"*t*g for tull detailsof the I wouldlike to ..nicegoodies,, tuough theNewsletter g Tf:t*r ;'r"* that ,#; actualtrip. behalfof us him on " personallythank tenerand posted ,h.'.i;;;.-iil you besaymg' will of "p as well to leave I knowsome Lastly,againfrom my point of all' you all remembered *but Nicky will neverreadthis"' this Santaand his reindeer'stheir milk view it is gettingcloseto registering for the RSGBvHF Fielddayanddue is not the caseas copiesof the Newsandbiscuits,I suredid !!! changesin theformat retterare sentto Niclcyand someof ,.another yea, :o 1::*b"t of oK thenaswesay JANaARY EDITOKIAL

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LIGHTHOUSE WEEKEND In this newsletterthere is a serverBulletin to all on u ptopltJ 23rd/24th August 1997 aboutthoughtsfor moneydatesoyou areall awareof time and suggestion raising,this I think is a greatideabut place,hopethat is ok with everyone. If you don't alreadyknow, well we againit comesbackto.{* all to try That,s it then I think for the haveonceagain beenaskedby the

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wouldthoughin a selfishway like t9 see if we could reach the magical f,lfl)O mark for donatingto the Britthat isjust^me, ish HeartFoundation,

sohowdoyouall feelaboutthatt justa couple Fortheneartuture oneis ,h"i; F;d; of reminders, John GMzOlewillbedoinganother

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EWNTS COLUMN Happy New Year and welcome to another events column. Three new eventsare listed this month so pleasetake note... FEBRUARY ?th Club night in the Thorntree Inn, Port Seton,7Pm till late 21st Calibration and Test Night. Another chanceto check out your radios with John GMTOLQ your host onceagain. A 7pm start as usual in ResourcesRoom 2 atPort SetonCommunity Centre.Entry fl

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Seton' JULY 4th Club nighit in the Thorntree Inn' Port 7pm till late 5/6th RSGB VHF National Field Day 1400-1400UTC (See 19th l44MIIz [,ow Power Contest 1400-2200UTC note) (See zhth 4321\/ftlzLow Power Contest 0800-1400 UTC note) AUGUST lst Club night in the ThorntreeInn' Port Seton' 7pm till late UfC 3rd 4th l44\/fr+z BackpackersContest 1100-1500 (Seenote) 15th C&PS ARC Junk Sale, Port Seton Community

MARCII 7th Club night in the Thorntree Inn, Port Seton,7Pm till late Centre 16th NORBRECK Rally, Blackpool' Costing c17 this is evenbetter value eachfor dinner/bed/brealf,ast 231243id, Northern Lighthouse Weekend Ayr Amateur than last year! Let Bob know A.S.A'P' if you want to Radio Group are organising another special event station again' go. Also, rememberthat you must make your own weekend*d hun. chosenlighthousesas the theme Barns from more way there! oncg operational be probably We will space!! this Watch (CPR) night Dunbar' near Nessl-ighthouse 21st Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation with HeatheiGregoryof the British Heart Foundation 24th GalashielsOpenDay, VolunteerHall, St JohnsRoa4 and a representativefrom Heartstart' Learn the ABC Galashiels of resuscitation, it could help save someoneslife! InrU Port SEPTEMBER Sth Club night in the Thorntree Starting at 7pm prompt hrt time is short so be there on timi please!In ResourcesRoom 2 at Port Seton Seton,7Pmtill late (Seenote) Community Centre.EntrY fl. 6/7th 144MIIZ Trophy Contest1400-1400UTC 23rd 1st T}NftlzFixed Contest0900-1300UTC (See 7th 5th l44lvfi7z BackpackersContest 1100-1500U"fC note) (Seenote) Port Inn, Inn' Port Thorntree in the night 4th Club APRIL OCTOBIR 3rd Club night in the Thorntree late till 7Pm Seton, Seton.7Pm till late lSth Qdz Night in ResourcesRoom 2 at Port Seton Community Centre Entry f,l per person' Susan 2MIEPK and Colin GM0CLN will be setting the questions. MAY 2nd Club night in the Thorntree InrL Port Seton,7Pm till late 3rd 432Wlz Trophy Contest 1400-2200UTC (See

loth Event to be organised!!! Port NOVEMBER 7th Club night in the Thorntree Inn' Seton,7Pm till late Port DECEMBER 5th Club night in the Thorntrâ&#x201A;Źe Inn' Seton,7Pmtill late

JUNE 6th Club night in the Thorntree Inn, Port Seton,7Pm till late 7th lst 5OMlIz BackpackersContest1300-1700UTC (Seenote) 15th PracticalWirelessl44MI{z QRPContest0900-l

Yet anotherbumper month! I'll seeyou all at the January Club Night.If yoo h"ut anlthing about other wents which and club mibers may be interestedin pleaselet me know I will include them in future columns'

** NOTE **'( ME ]}NTESTS ABOI/E WHICH REFER TO THIS NOTE ARE THOSE WHICH note) "MAY" TAKE PART IN NEXT 4th Anglo Scottish Rally, Tait Hall, Kelso' Contact THE CL(]B YEAR. TTIOSE WITTI NO REFERENCE TO Gavin GM0ALW for info. THIS NOTE ARE ALREADY DEFINITES. IF f6th C&PS ARC 144MlIz DF Hunt. Start building TO YOU HAW ANY PREFERENCESAS your antennasnow!! W ENTER PLEASE LET 18th lst l44l\lfrIz BackpackersContest 1100-1500 WHICH CONTESTS ME KNOW AS SOONAS POSSIBLE. UTC (Seenote)

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Blackpool Sunday l6th March The raffle raised a Grand Total of f,125 towards our Annual 7 Donation to the British Heart Foundation.Once again thanks 9 I I F'F!N'**:t:t*:F*****'r***:::::::::l into your pocket and putting a little bit more r'****'r'F***********'i*****r!r'|'r CIt aipping towaris our adopieoctrarity.I would like to thank all those {ello All, who donatedsomethingtowardsthe raffie and this includesthe ThorntreeInn who kindly donateda bottle of vodka" without fes it is thattimeof yearagainfor -" your donation there wouldn't have been a raffle' To Mel o start thinking abo't the annual :xcursionto Blac$ool for the Nor- GM6JAG thanks for putting the G5RV that you won at our rreckRally.I havebeenin touchwith JunkNight last August and comingup with the ideato raffle it he DELMAR HOTEL, 242 Queems onceagainto help raisesomemoney. Promenade,Biqpham ([he sane Hdâ&#x201A;Źl

resultsthen"' rn" -, hat we stayed,o r"o'r*tl*qriti"t rbotrtthe cost for Dinner Bed & (l) Susan2M1EPK G5RV Antenna(2) John GM4DKO (3) Breakfast whichwill be fi17perhead,4[61 GMTWC (4) Dave MM1ATY (5) Gavin GM0ALW (6) resf4 a headlessthan lastyear! & Al"* GM6WU (7) John GMTOLQ (S) Bdly GM6PKP (9) his basisI havemade{'nen!tttd- .-I' Colin GMSCLN (10) Kenny GMOTQK (l l) Mo GM0HLK for us aoiuitte booking Ricky cMlpI.y (13) Alex cMTPsH (1a) Bob GM4rJYz ll* tuq ttrl March and leaving :"tt9t p;" auctionedand won by stevie GMOWRY) ^t*l"Y, what I needi - ^' March(at our leisure).So

' fromyou all is whetheryou are inter- Thanks again......... cstedin going or not. Can I have a roughideafor JanuaryClub Night, )r evensooner,but a final commitDUMMy EXAM.... mer$for FebruaryClub Niglt. How much can you remember then from your Novice Lessons For thosewho have n"u., ]o*o* or your RAE Lessons? Well Sylvia soon to be 2Ml' ' I hope !' rhis"outing" *r" rorrnli t;;;;;;; has put together 45 questionswhich all come from the dummy makeyour o*r, *"rloooi';;,,il; thought it would hotel in time for the eveningmeal, exam papers that I set for my Novices' SyMa "it be a good idea to try and re-test your knowledge and also help i. usually about lg:00, tlt; " few beersin the Hotel's bar on the raise a few pounds for the funds, so the dummy exam will cost you f,l, and when you have completed it pass on the answel SaturdayNight, go to the Rally or ttre Srmday,then make your way sheet and I will mark for you and let you know the results, even backhome.. quietly if you want !!!!! The paying of the hstel bill I leave The resultswill be publishedin the FebruaryNewsletterto pu totally up to eachindividualto sort you out of your misery. all out.

All that is left to be saidis GET YOUR DIIMMY EXAM

There we go then so have a think PAPERand give it a try. about it and let me know...ask those who have been before for v/hat it is like ..... club night in Blackpool!t!ll! Who is bringingthe drumsthen.????

Bob GM4UYZ @ GMTEDN

CONGRATULATIONS

Congratulationsare in order to John GMTTKA who passedhis CW at the SDX Rally in Glasgowat the beginningof December. As t write this I am not sure whetherJohnhas applied for his callsignor not but I am sureit will not betoo longbeforewe hear air. Well done,Johnonceagain Bob GM4UYZ @ GBTEDN andher MM0... Callsignon the from us all..

Hear from you all later then with your YES'sor NO's...


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RAISING MONEY.. It has been put to me about ways and meansof raising money from club events to go towards our annual donation to the British Heart Foundation. One of the ideas is some sort of Sponsershipon say "one of our Contests" or even "on a SpecialEvent" by tryrng to guessthe total distance worked, number of Contacts, etc.... So what do you think ? Have any of you any further ideas ? If the answeris YES then get in touch with Stevie GM0WRY who has asreed to try and get something set up. ( He is fed up The abovepicturewasobtainedfrom the internetand is Althoughnot in colour hsreasan experiment. giving all his work mates money so he wants 1s reproduced usingthis new obtained be can that get money out of them !ll! ) come on then g"t L.ll"^Y,t-:n:*tttry

youbrains pass working td.*..""' irffITr,lilflffirt ;l:"-T'*"ffif*t#;',ffi and onrhose

for Bob GM4UyZ @ GBTEDN to me-for othersto see?How aboutletting us see ofyour shack,antennaetc? e>ample a photograph Further info from Ron GM4IKU

1. 2. 34. 5. 6. 7.

AMATEUR ANAGRAMS Hope you all had a great festive season.Here are this months anagramsfor you to try. Enter the answers horizontally in the grid and you should get a computingrelatedword in the l'ertical box. Goodluck... TI{IS MONTHS CLUES ARE AS FOLLOWS :l. ALIEN VETq 2. DR.COCONUT,3. THAT HIKE, 4. ROBUST rC PINS, 5. STIMULATING K, 6. FLIP }MLIX WEB, 7. AA PODIUM. DECEMBER'SANSWERS l. FCC, 2. ETI{E& 3. TETRODE,4. AMPLIFE& 5. TROPOSPI{ERE, 6. CIRCUIT BOARD, 7. ELECTROMAGNETIC, 8. BEAMS, 9. RESET. Hopefully you managedto get thosecorrectand you should havefound the woTd"CHRISTMAS"in the verticalbox. Seeyou againnexl month. 73 Colin (GMOCLN)


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