Villanova d'Asti - Italy - October 28, 1995 Editors Piero Pirrone, IK1TZO, Franco Pirrone IW1DGL
Thanks to KA2AEV In this issue: C.IS.A. award rules
The Frankford Radio Club members of Team Antigua are once again pleased
to announce that they will activate The Island of Antigua
"Team" members will be active on various bands and modes both before and after the competition period as time permits. We will be making special efforts to be active on the WARC Bands, 160 meters as well as some satellite operations. KF3P and WT3Q will be making special efforts to be as active on RTTY as time permits.
Team Antigua would especially like to thank V21AN, V21AR, V21BF, and V21C for all of their assistance and for showing us the true meaning of Antigian Hospitality.
The Members of Team Antigua are:
V26A Dale Long N3BNA QSL VIA WB3DNAThese are the only operators I can confirm at this point. There possibly will be some additions made.
V26B Sam Harner WT3Q QSL VIA WT3Q
V26DX Doug Priest N3ADL QSL VIA N3ADL
V26E Darrell Neron AB2E QSL VIA AB2E
V26R Mike Samanka KA2AEV QSL VIA KA2AEV
V26T Dick Ballou K3MQH QSL VIA K3MQH
V26U Bill Hudzik WA2UDT QSL VIA WA2UDT
Tyler Stewart KF3P V2 Call unknown at this time
Tony Kazmakites WB2P V2 Call unknown at this time
Bob Naumann KR2J V2 Call unknown at this time
In addition, Team Antigua is offering two oportunities to earn an award. During the CQWW Contest period. If you work V26B on 10 meters thru 75 meters. You will automatically qualify for a certificate of appreciation. But if you work V26B on all of the competiton bands, 10 meters thru 160 meters, you will automatically qualify for an extra special certificate of appreciation from Team Antigua. To receive these awards, just submit your QSL requests for V26B to WT3Q for processing!
The members of Team Antigua look forward to working everyone possible. Please remember to Spot us on your local Dx Cluster during the contest period. So everyone who would want to try for our certificates will be able to!
If you need any additional information. Please feel free to contact myself at:
Packet: KA2AEV @ NY2S.#NLI.NY.USA.NA
E-MAIL: KA2AEV @ AOL.COM
The Canadian Island Award (C.IS.A) is an international award, available to worldwide amateurs radio. To obtain this award, you must work or listen several Canadian islands. Are available several certificates:
class IV - 5 islands
class III - 10 islands
class II - 15 islands
class I - 20 islands
Honour Roll - 25 or more islands
Collecting 50 islands, you can obtain a beautiful plaque.
There are no limits in dates or ours, you can work in any band from 6 meters to 160 meters. Contacts made trough repeaters are not valid.
QSLs must not sent to the award manager. The award cost is 3 $ for Canada or USA, and 5 $ for other countries.
The award manager is:
VE3XN, Garry V. Hammond,
c/o The Maple Leaf Radio Society,
5 McLaren Ave.,
Listowel, Ontario, Canada, N4W 3K1
To obtain the islands list, send 1 $ (or 2 IRCs) to VE3XN or IK1GPG.
Endorsements are available for 75, 100, 125, 150, 175 and 200 islands.
Due to the great number of subscribers, the distribution of this bulletin has became at each issue more hard, because we must manage the mailing list manually. If anyone can help us, we are very happy to obtain a LISTSERV site!. Many thanks.