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Re: San Antonio Radio Club Committee Appointments

Don Jones
 

Many, Many, thanks to everyone of you!

Don, N5WSW
A Student of Life!

--- K5OLE <davidftx@swbell.net> wrote:

Erik, W5ETS, has sent word that he is no longer in a
position to
continue with the w5sc.org web mainanence nor the
SwapFest
committee. I want to thank Erik for his fine
service on both jobs.

Effective immediately, the following appointments
are made:

Swapfest Committee

J.C. Smith, N5RXS, is already a member of the
SwapFest Committee and
has agreed to serve the rest of the year as it's
Chairman.

Paul Guido, N5IUT, has agreed to serve as a member
of the SwapFest
Committee.


w5sc.org Webmaster

Paul Guido, N5IUT, has agreed to assume the
temporary role as
webmaster for the San Antonio Radio Club's website.



I want to thank J.C. and Paul for stepping up when
the club needed
their service. The two of them, along with Charlie
Land, Mike
Check, and Richard Elder, have volunteered to fill
different
positions when a need suddenly arose. Thanks to all
of you.

K5OLE




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San Antonio Radio Club Committee Appointments

K5OLE <davidftx@...>
 

Erik, W5ETS, has sent word that he is no longer in a position to
continue with the w5sc.org web mainanence nor the SwapFest
committee. I want to thank Erik for his fine service on both jobs.

Effective immediately, the following appointments are made:

Swapfest Committee

J.C. Smith, N5RXS, is already a member of the SwapFest Committee and
has agreed to serve the rest of the year as it's Chairman.

Paul Guido, N5IUT, has agreed to serve as a member of the SwapFest
Committee.


w5sc.org Webmaster

Paul Guido, N5IUT, has agreed to assume the temporary role as
webmaster for the San Antonio Radio Club's website.


I want to thank J.C. and Paul for stepping up when the club needed
their service. The two of them, along with Charlie Land, Mike
Check, and Richard Elder, have volunteered to fill different
positions when a need suddenly arose. Thanks to all of you.

K5OLE


Re: Technicians Self Study Guide 2.0

Lee Besing
 

REACT International has decided to endorse Paul's efforts below, and to
encourage their REACT Teams around the USA to use this study guide if they
are not already licensed amateurs.

Just thought I'd share that tidbit with the group. I just returned from
the summer RI Board Meeting held this past weekend up in St. Louis. I'm
the secretary for the RI Board, and have been on the RI Board since elected
in 1997.


At 05:24 PM 8/21/2006, you wrote:

The Technicians Self Study Guide 2.0 is finished and ready to download.

Go to
<http://radioteacher.googlepages.com>http://radioteacher.googlepages.com
and click the link on the
home page to receive the file.

The PDF was created with Adobe Acrobat 7.0. The .pdf file is smaller
and picked up some of the features from the original word file. The
Bookmarks in the PDF line up with the table of contents, thumbnails of
the pages can be used to navigate the file, the page numbers line up
with the document and the hyperlinks work as expected.

It should have all of the corrections to date.

The AM and FM Videos have been viewed over 100 times in the past week.
They are a start at this point.

The next two projects are an Instructors Guide to be used for teaching
with the Study Guide and an Equations listing.

Thanks for sending me pictures, suggestions, edits and encouragement.

If you find any more issues with the current "Radio Teacher Project"
Study Guide please let me know.

73

_________________________________________
73 de N5NTG Lee W. Besing San Antonio, Texas
(210)771-7075 mobile
Running EchoLink as Node #77005
Running APRS as N5NTG-9, track me on the Internet
http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=N5NTG-9
_________________________________________


Technicians Self Study Guide 2.0

Paul Guido
 

The Technicians Self Study Guide 2.0 is finished and ready to download.

Go to http://radioteacher.googlepages.com and click the link on the
home page to receive the file.

The PDF was created with Adobe Acrobat 7.0. The .pdf file is smaller
and picked up some of the features from the original word file. The
Bookmarks in the PDF line up with the table of contents, thumbnails of
the pages can be used to navigate the file, the page numbers line up
with the document and the hyperlinks work as expected.

It should have all of the corrections to date.

The AM and FM Videos have been viewed over 100 times in the past week.
They are a start at this point.

The next two projects are an Instructors Guide to be used for teaching
with the Study Guide and an Equations listing.

Thanks for sending me pictures, suggestions, edits and encouragement.

If you find any more issues with the current "Radio Teacher Project"
Study Guide please let me know.

73


Re: Red Cross Mandatory Background Checks - Free Service

Lee Besing
 

By the way, this offer was only made to ham radio operators who plan on participating via ARES, etc. during future disaster operations, and the offer expires in October (due to the contract with vendor).

At 09:58 AM 8/17/2006, you wrote:

This is the direction that future disaster operations will be
moving. Mandatory background checks before you are allowed to volunteer
in a Red Cross Shelter, and eventually in order to get the official photo
ID for disaster operations in this county. Read the following and consider
strongly accepting their offer to have this done free as a Red Cross
volunteer. There is no obligation to you, nor any cost to you, but it
opens the door for your ability to volunteer your radio services in the future.

Lee N5NTG

Subject: Information From Karen Smithhart, Director of Office of Volunteer
for the Chapter
Date: Thu, 17 Aug 2006 08:39:55 -0500
From: "Todd, Jim" <<mailto:ToddJ%40saredcross.org>ToddJ@saredcross.org>

From The Office of Volunteers and Karen Smithhart:
I'd like to share with you, our currently active and new volunteer
candidates, the following message from Jack McGuire, Interim President and
CEO, and Kate Forbes, National Chair of Volunteers:
"With the 2006 hurricane season upon us, we believe that in order to
maintain the trust of the American people and provide them with the best
quality service, all Red Cross employees and volunteers must be
background-checked according to standards being implemented across the
entire organization."
To ensure proper stewardship of donated funds, and the safety and security
of our volunteers as well as those we serve, we would like to take this
opportunity to thank you all for your dedicated service and for
understanding the need to initiate this background-check process.

Beginning in July 2006, all Red Cross employees and volunteers must
undergo background checks through a single mandatory vendor. If you are a
candidate to volunteer or are a Red Cross volunteer who has never received
a Red Cross background check, you must do so before October 31, 2006.
Failure to do so will result in your being removed from our active
volunteer files. If you are a disaster volunteer who underwent the DSHR
background check between November 2005 and July 2006, you do not need to
undergo the process again. By receipt of this notice, you are directed
to a website to initiate the background check. The vendor will then
conduct a background check and send the results to you and our unit. We
request that you initiate this process as soon as possible. There is no
charge to you.

No Credit check!! Although the standard consent form on the vendor's
website mentions credit checks, the Red Cross mandatory minimum background
check includes only a social security number verification and a search of
the National Criminal File for the past seven years (from the date of
disposition, release from prison, or release from probation or parole,
whichever occurs last). Please be assured that a credit check is not part
of the minimum standard background check for the Red Cross.

In order to initiate your background check, follow these simple steps:

1. Visit the vendor's website at www.mybackgroundcheck.com/arcvts
2. Click on lower right box stating American Red Cross "click here".
3. Click on black "Request a background check" box.
4. Click on the picture of the state of Texas.
5. Scroll to San Antonio Area Chapter and click.
6. Read with care your rights and provide your consent to the
background check.
7. Enter personal information as requested, which includes your name,
date of birth, social security number, and driver's license number (if you
have one). Your part of this process is now complete.
8. Wait to hear about the results from your unit administrator and/or
the vendor.
9. If you dispute the results of the background check for any reason,
follow the instructions provided by the vendor.

If you would like more information about this initiative, please visit the
CrossNet site devoted to this topic, which provides comprehensive
information about the background check process, including answers to many
Frequently Asked Questions. In addition, a new National Background Check
Office is staffed with professionals who can address your questions
(800-507-3960, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 pm ET). If you have any
technical questions about the website, please contact the vendor at 1(800)
503-2364 ext 406.


NOTE: If you do not have access to a computer, you may use a friend's,
local public library or you can set-up an appointment here at headquarters
using one of our computers. Please call and leave a message at 582-1925
stating you wish to set up your appointment.

Karen Smithhart
Director of Volunteers, Youth and Branch Services
American Red Cross, San Antonio Area Chapter
3642 E. Houston St. 78219
210-582-1926
<mailto:smithhartk%40saredcross.org>smithhartk@saredcross.org
Please note new email address




Jim Todd
Associate Director Disaster Services
The American Red Cross, San Antonio Area Chapter
3642 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX 78219
210-582-1918
210-224-5151 x240
210-582-1969 FAX
<mailto:toddj%40saredcross.org>toddj@saredcross.org
http://www.saredcross.org
This is a New Email Address
_________________________________________
73 de N5NTG Lee W. Besing San Antonio, Texas
(210)771-7075 mobile
Running EchoLink as Node #77005
Running APRS as N5NTG-9, track me on the Internet
<http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=N5NTG-9>http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=N5NTG-9
_________________________________________

_________________________________________
73 de N5NTG Lee W. Besing San Antonio, Texas
(210)771-7075 mobile
Running EchoLink as Node #77005
Running APRS as N5NTG-9, track me on the Internet
http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=N5NTG-9
_________________________________________


Red Cross Mandatory Background Checks - Free Service

Lee Besing
 

This is the direction that future disaster operations will be moving. Mandatory background checks before you are allowed to volunteer in a Red Cross Shelter, and eventually in order to get the official photo ID for disaster operations in this county. Read the following and consider strongly accepting their offer to have this done free as a Red Cross volunteer. There is no obligation to you, nor any cost to you, but it opens the door for your ability to volunteer your radio services in the future.

Lee N5NTG


Subject: Information From Karen Smithhart, Director of Office of Volunteer for the Chapter
Date: Thu, 17 Aug 2006 08:39:55 -0500
From: "Todd, Jim" <ToddJ@saredcross.org>

From The Office of Volunteers and Karen Smithhart:
I'd like to share with you, our currently active and new volunteer candidates, the following message from Jack McGuire, Interim President and CEO, and Kate Forbes, National Chair of Volunteers:
"With the 2006 hurricane season upon us, we believe that in order to maintain the trust of the American people and provide them with the best quality service, all Red Cross employees and volunteers must be background-checked according to standards being implemented across the entire organization."
To ensure proper stewardship of donated funds, and the safety and security of our volunteers as well as those we serve, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your dedicated service and for understanding the need to initiate this background-check process.

Beginning in July 2006, all Red Cross employees and volunteers must undergo background checks through a single mandatory vendor. If you are a candidate to volunteer or are a Red Cross volunteer who has never received a Red Cross background check, you must do so before October 31, 2006. Failure to do so will result in your being removed from our active volunteer files. If you are a disaster volunteer who underwent the DSHR background check between November 2005 and July 2006, you do not need to undergo the process again. By receipt of this notice, you are directed to a website to initiate the background check. The vendor will then conduct a background check and send the results to you and our unit. We request that you initiate this process as soon as possible. There is no charge to you.

No Credit check!! Although the standard consent form on the vendor's website mentions credit checks, the Red Cross mandatory minimum background check includes only a social security number verification and a search of the National Criminal File for the past seven years (from the date of disposition, release from prison, or release from probation or parole, whichever occurs last). Please be assured that a credit check is not part of the minimum standard background check for the Red Cross.

In order to initiate your background check, follow these simple steps:

1. Visit the vendor's website at www.mybackgroundcheck.com/arcvts
2. Click on lower right box stating American Red Cross "click here".
3. Click on black "Request a background check" box.
4. Click on the picture of the state of Texas.
5. Scroll to San Antonio Area Chapter and click.
6. Read with care your rights and provide your consent to the background check.
7. Enter personal information as requested, which includes your name, date of birth, social security number, and driver's license number (if you have one). Your part of this process is now complete.
8. Wait to hear about the results from your unit administrator and/or the vendor.
9. If you dispute the results of the background check for any reason, follow the instructions provided by the vendor.

If you would like more information about this initiative, please visit the CrossNet site devoted to this topic, which provides comprehensive information about the background check process, including answers to many Frequently Asked Questions. In addition, a new National Background Check Office is staffed with professionals who can address your questions (800-507-3960, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 pm ET). If you have any technical questions about the website, please contact the vendor at 1(800) 503-2364 ext 406.


NOTE: If you do not have access to a computer, you may use a friend's, local public library or you can set-up an appointment here at headquarters using one of our computers. Please call and leave a message at 582-1925 stating you wish to set up your appointment.

Karen Smithhart
Director of Volunteers, Youth and Branch Services
American Red Cross, San Antonio Area Chapter
3642 E. Houston St. 78219
210-582-1926
smithhartk@saredcross.org
Please note new email address




Jim Todd
Associate Director Disaster Services
The American Red Cross, San Antonio Area Chapter
3642 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX 78219
210-582-1918
210-224-5151 x240
210-582-1969 FAX
toddj@saredcross.org
http://www.saredcross.org
This is a New Email Address
_________________________________________
73 de N5NTG Lee W. Besing San Antonio, Texas
(210)771-7075 mobile
Running EchoLink as Node #77005
Running APRS as N5NTG-9, track me on the Internet
http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=N5NTG-9
_________________________________________


Re: Study Guide 1.0 Available

Pat Knight <ad5br@...>
 

Paul,

It looks good!

73,
Pat AD5BR

The Technicians Self Study Guide 1.0 is available for all to download.

Go to <http://radioteacher.googlepages.com>http://radioteacher.googlepages.com and click the link on the
home page to get the file.

It is missing the four pictures below. If you have some pictures
that can be used for the guide, please email them to me at
<mailto:radioteacher%40gmail.com>radioteacher@gmail.com.

I will update the guide again all when I get all the pictures. More
data will be added to the appendixes in the future as well.

Thanks for sending me pictures, suggestions, edits and encouragement.

73

Paul Guido, N5IUT
Editor

Page 50
The maximum power allowed when transmitting telecommand signals to
radio controlled models is 1 watt. A label indicating the licensee's
call sign and address must be affixed to the transmitter when sending
commands to a radio control model using amateur frequencies.
Picture needed is < Model Plane and Transmitter with License Tag>

Page 50
Radio direction finding (RDF) is used to locate transmitters, RF
noise, interference and jamming. Radio direction finding can be used
to find lost and downed airplanes, lost hikers and boats in
distress. A directional antenna is most useful for hidden
transmitter hunting.
Picture needed is <Transmitter Hunt Equipment>

Page 56
The penalties for making a false emergency call include having your
license revoked, a large fine and prison term.
Picture needed is <Hand Cuffs>

Page 57
You may use your amateur station to transmit a "SOS" or "MAYDAY"
signal when there is immediate threat to human life or property.
Picture needed is <Picture of Ship Sinking or Hurricane damage>


Study Guide 1.0 Available

Paul Guido
 

The Technicians Self Study Guide 1.0 is available for all to download.

Go to http://radioteacher.googlepages.com and click the link on the
home page to get the file.

It is missing the four pictures below. If you have some pictures
that can be used for the guide, please email them to me at
radioteacher@gmail.com.

I will update the guide again all when I get all the pictures. More
data will be added to the appendixes in the future as well.

Thanks for sending me pictures, suggestions, edits and encouragement.

73

Paul Guido, N5IUT
Editor


Page 50
The maximum power allowed when transmitting telecommand signals to
radio controlled models is 1 watt. A label indicating the licensee's
call sign and address must be affixed to the transmitter when sending
commands to a radio control model using amateur frequencies.
Picture needed is < Model Plane and Transmitter with License Tag>

Page 50
Radio direction finding (RDF) is used to locate transmitters, RF
noise, interference and jamming. Radio direction finding can be used
to find lost and downed airplanes, lost hikers and boats in
distress. A directional antenna is most useful for hidden
transmitter hunting.
Picture needed is <Transmitter Hunt Equipment>

Page 56
The penalties for making a false emergency call include having your
license revoked, a large fine and prison term.
Picture needed is <Hand Cuffs>

Page 57
You may use your amateur station to transmit a "SOS" or "MAYDAY"
signal when there is immediate threat to human life or property.
Picture needed is <Picture of Ship Sinking or Hurricane damage>


San Antonio Hams Web Site Updates

Lee Besing
 

I've updated www.SanAntonioHams.org web site with more info about future / past Volunteer Events, Amateur Radio News (including ARES Trip to CC) and other info. Added a new calendar starting with July 2006 events to make it easier to find when activities are happening.

Visit web site for more details. Send me any events or news that I may have missed to "info@sanantoniohams.org" address so I can post them for you. I love photos as well.

_________________________________________
73 de N5NTG Lee W. Besing San Antonio, Texas
(210)771-7075 mobile
Running EchoLink as Node #77005
Running APRS as N5NTG-9, track me on the Internet
http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=N5NTG-9
_________________________________________


ATEX-Forwarded from the old gerf reflector.

K5OLE <davidftx@...>
 

From the SARC reflector.

df


----- Forwarded Message ----
From: Gary H. Harmon Jr. <gharmon@idworld.net>
To: SARC LIST <sarc@gerf.org>
Sent: Friday, July 7, 2006 6:00:21 PM
Subject: [SARC] ATEX


I heard just now that ATEX (formally next to the HAM store and now on
Broadway) is closing next week. I hear they are having some sales.
This is
all I know.

73, gary

=========////////=========
Gary H. Harmon, Jr. - K5JWK
6003 Archwood
San Antonio, TX 78239-1504
210.657.1549 home
210.884.6926 cell
gharmon@idworld.net
"Veritas vos Liberabit"


Re: Field Day Photos

Lee Besing
 

Not bad, simply had a period on the end like a normal sentence. :)

At 07:17 AM 7/1/2006, you wrote:

The link for the photos was bad. Just go to the W5SC Yahoo Group and
click on "Photos" in the column on the left.

df

_________________________________________
73 de N5NTG Lee W. Besing San Antonio, Texas
(210)771-7075 mobile
Running EchoLink as Node #77005
Running APRS as N5NTG-9, track me on the Internet
http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=N5NTG-9
_________________________________________


Re: Field Day Photos

Don Jones
 

Great Job!
Lee & Pat, and whoever else was involved.

Behind on my e-mail trying to play catch-up.

Pat, Pat on the back Lee and Pat Pat Lee on the Back.

---what he say--- Hi Hi

73's guys Have Fun!!!

Don, N5WSW
A Student of Life!

"Yes I'm defeated all the time; yet to victory I am
born...who knew life--lots of bad but also lots of
good."

Ralph Waldo Emerson

--- K5OLE <davidftx@swbell.net> wrote:

The link for the photos was bad. Just go to the
W5SC Yahoo Group and
click on "Photos" in the column on the left.

df




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Re: Field Day Photos

K5OLE <davidftx@...>
 

The link for the photos was bad. Just go to the W5SC Yahoo Group and
click on "Photos" in the column on the left.

df


Field Day Photos

K5OLE <davidftx@...>
 

I just posted a handful of Field Day Photos to the W5SC Yahoo Group at
http://ph.groups.yahoo.com/group/W5SC/photos.

K5OLE


Another Field Day is in the Log

K5OLE <davidftx@...>
 

Field Day 2006 is over and the antennas are down. The San Antonio
Radio Club ran three stations until a little after 3:00am when it
dropped to two and then quickly to one. By sun up we were back to
three. Most contacts were on 20 Meters with 40 close behind. We
did well on 80 at night, thanks to Pat, AD5BR. We had a few
contacts on 15 Meters, but 10 was tough. W5SC had contact with all
the lower 48 except Maine, most of the Canadian Provinces, and a few
DX stations. All in all, 27 hams dropped by to talk about
operating, think about operating, or actually sit down and operate.

I'm combining the logs tonight and will post the final results over
the weekend.

All the setting up and taking down help was appreciated. A special
thanks to Mike Check, K5UCQ, and Richard Elder, KB5ACN, for their
extra effort.

Thanks to everyone who participated.

K5OLE


FW: Big Bend Marathon

Charles Land
 

On January 14, 2007 the 3rd annual marathon is planned in Big Bend
National Park. This is one area of the country where cell phones don't work
at all, so all communications is via ham radio. It takes about 24 amateur
operators to support this event. I have co-ordinated the ham operators for
the last two years, and we usually have about equal support form the locals
there and from San Antonio and Austin.
If you would like to join this event (or consider it), please let me
know and I'll put you on my email list for further news. For the present,
you can see the info on the race at bigbend50.com.
Those who like the Big Bend area have a great time at this event.
We usually leave SA and arrive in Big Bend on Friday. We have a comm. check
Saturday afternoon, and the race is Sunday. Race HQ is in Rio Grande
Village, a camp ground on the East side of the park. There is only camping
there (no motel rooms). There are rooms at the Lodge in the Chisos - about
20 miles away, and they are nice and a little pricey (about $100 a nite) and
there are rooms in Terlingua/Study Butte, which is about 50 miles away.
Most of us return to SA on Monday, but some stay a few extra days out there.
We usually have group meals Friday nite, Saturday morning and evening, and
there is a victory party Sunday that volunteers are invited to. Rio Grande
Village is at about 1700 feet ASL, so the weather isn't as bitter as it is
in the Chisos (which are about 5000 feet ASL). The average is around
freezing at night, and in the 60s during the day - but this is desert
country - not that many average days.
It is a gorgeous area - usually the weather is nice, but it can be
anything that time of year. A photographer's paradise - bring cameras!!
The organizers and runners are great people to work with and are all out
there to have a good time. Usually, those who want to camp in the group
camping area with the HQ staff can do so for free.
Ordinarily, I wouldn't bother anyone with notice this far in
advance, but a trip of this magnitude does require some planning. So think
about it and let me know. In past years, we have used 2M, and the Big Bend
ARC crew has brought in a couple of portable, linked repeaters which give us
excellent coverage out there. We have attempted hf or simplex backup, but
haven't done much with it. The run is capped at 200 runners. Last year
there were about 120. So we'll probably reach the cap this year. Much of
the race is on roads that are accessible by 4 wd or high clearance 2wd
vehicles. Small parts of it are 4 wd only. These trails are not maintained
this time of year, so if there are heavy rains in the late fall, some of the
roads may be impassable - or at least a challenge to the 4wd crews.

Charlie Land
KC5NKK


Re: Unable to deliver your message

Mike Check K5UCQ
 

Unfortunately everyone is not "tech savy." Because of this, the list is protected in this way. I guess I am the one to yell at, hi hi.
73.

K5UCQ
Mike ( Recooperating from FD) Check
Don Jones <n5wsw@yahoo.com> wrote: Lee:

There is no need to take this as an insult as you and
I both work with computers, and some customers; if
they weren't paying good money we would at times
pick-up by their little bitty necks well you get the
point.

Brother, be part of the team and so you have to change
it back; I've got more than one-computer coming of a
DHCP router and that works for me.

Have a great week-end say hello to Pat for me you
guys stay out of trouble.

73
Don, N5WSW
A STUDENT OF LIFE!

--- "Lee Besing, N5NTG" <lee@besing.com> wrote:

> Hmm, guess we've knocked out about 2/3 of the folks
> who send email from
> using this group. I send a simple, 1 line text
> reply to this group, with
> my normal default email settings, and it bounced as
> refused because it
> wasn't plain text. I changed my settings to send
> this message, but I'll be
> changing it back to normal after.
>
> At 10:38 PM 6/23/2006, you wrote:
> >We are unable to deliver the message from
> <lee@besing.com>
> >to <W5SC@yahoogroups.com>.
> >
> >You can only send plain text messages to this
> group. HTML or
> >other formats are not allowed.
> >
> >For further assistance, please visit
> http://help.yahoo.com/help/us/groups/
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> Jun 2006 03:38:27 -0000
> >Received: from unknown (66.218.67.34)
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> >Message-Id:
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> >X-Sender: lee@besing.com@mail.besing.com
> >X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.0.22
> >Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2006 22:38:21 -0500
> >To: W5SC@yahoogroups.com
> >From: Lee Besing <lee@besing.com>
> >Subject: Re: [W5SC] FYI
> >In-Reply-To:
>
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> >References:
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> >Mime-Version: 1.0
> >Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1"
> >X-eGroups-Remote-IP: 204.57.74.117
> >
> >Was put on the news page and RSS feed from
> SAHams.org as well. Thanks Ed
> >for the (H)Ed's up
> >
> >At 11:09 AM 6/23/2006, you wrote:
> >
> >>Forwarded to Bexar County ARES, South Texas ARES,
> as well as AARO and
> >>ROOST club field day reps.
> >>
> >>----- Original Message ----
> >>From: Ed KS5V
> <<mailto:ks5v%40arrl.net>ks5v@arrl.net>
> >>To: <mailto:stdxcc%40drhnet.com>stdxcc@drhnet.com;
>
> >><mailto:sarc%40gerf.org>sarc@gerf.org;
>
>><mailto:w5sc%40yahoogroups.com>w5sc@yahoogroups.com
> >>Sent: Friday, June 23, 2006 10:25:58 AM
> >>Subject: [W5SC] FYI
> >>
> >>Arizona ARES requests clear frequencies if needed
> for fire emergency
> >>(Jun 22, 2006) -- Given the heavy HF activity
> anticipated during
> >>Field Day weekend, Arizona Section Emergency
> Coordinator Rick Aldom,
> >>W7STS, has requested that radio amateurs steer
> clear of the ARES net
> >>frequencies of 7248 kHz (days) and 3992 kHz
> (night) and The Salvation
> >>Army Team Emergency Radio Network
> >>(<<http://www.satern.>http://www.satern.
> org/>SATERN)
> >>frequency of 3977.7 kHz. These frequencies may be
> used for Arizona
> >>fire-related emergency traffic, if necessary. He
> notes that since the
> >>HF operation would employ NVIS (near-vertical
> incidence skywave)
> >>antennas, stations outside Arizona may not be able
> to hear any
> >>emergency nets. Aldom says he expects that most
> emergency
> >>communication will take place on VHF and UHF
> repeaters, however.
> >>
> >>[Non-text portions of this message have been
> removed]
> >>
> >>[Non-text portions of this message have been
> removed]
> >>
> >>
> >
> >_________________________________________
> >73 de N5NTG Lee W. Besing San Antonio, Texas
> >(210)771-7075 mobile
> >Running EchoLink as Node #77005
> >Running APRS as N5NTG-9, track me on the Internet
> >http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=N5NTG-9
> >_________________________________________
>
> _________________________________________
> 73 de N5NTG Lee W. Besing San Antonio, Texas
> (210)771-7075 mobile
> Running EchoLink as Node #77005
> Running APRS as N5NTG-9, track me on the Internet
> http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=N5NTG-9
> _________________________________________
>
>

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Re: Unable to deliver your message

Jim Wells <jim.amateur.extra@...>
 

Lee,
I don't know what e-mail client you are using but there may be another option. In Mozilla Thunderbird, there is an option of setting specific addresses that will be converted from HTML to plain text. I not sure but I THINK that even Microsoft Outlook 2000 (and later) has a similar capability.

73,
Jim W5CPA

--- "Lee Besing, N5NTG" <lee@besing.com> wrote:

Hmm, guess we've knocked out about 2/3 of the folks
who send email from using this group. I send a simple, 1 line text
reply to this group, with my normal default email settings, and it bounced as
refused because it wasn't plain text. I changed my settings to send
this message, but I'll be changing it back to normal after.

At 10:38 PM 6/23/2006, you wrote:
We are unable to deliver the message from
<lee@besing.com>
to <W5SC@yahoogroups.com>.

You can only send plain text messages to this
group. HTML or
other formats are not allowed.

For further assistance, please visit
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Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2006 22:38:21 -0500
To: W5SC@yahoogroups.com
From: Lee Besing <lee@besing.com>
Subject: Re: [W5SC] FYI
In-Reply-To:
<20060623160939.76717.qmail@web31009.mail.mud.yahoo.com>
References:
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Was put on the news page and RSS feed from
SAHams.org as well. Thanks Ed
for the (H)Ed's up

At 11:09 AM 6/23/2006, you wrote:

Forwarded to Bexar County ARES, South Texas ARES,
as well as AARO and
ROOST club field day reps.

----- Original Message ----
From: Ed KS5V
<<mailto:ks5v%40arrl.net>ks5v@arrl.net>
To: <mailto:stdxcc%40drhnet.com>stdxcc@drhnet.com;
<mailto:sarc%40gerf.org>sarc@gerf.org;
<mailto:w5sc%40yahoogroups.com>w5sc@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Friday, June 23, 2006 10:25:58 AM
Subject: [W5SC] FYI

Arizona ARES requests clear frequencies if needed
for fire emergency
(Jun 22, 2006) -- Given the heavy HF activity
anticipated during
Field Day weekend, Arizona Section Emergency
Coordinator Rick Aldom,
W7STS, has requested that radio amateurs steer
clear of the ARES net
frequencies of 7248 kHz (days) and 3992 kHz
(night) and The Salvation
Army Team Emergency Radio Network (<<http://www.satern.>http://www.satern.
org/>SATERN)
frequency of 3977.7 kHz. These frequencies may be
used for Arizona
fire-related emergency traffic, if necessary. He
notes that since the
HF operation would employ NVIS (near-vertical
incidence skywave)
antennas, stations outside Arizona may not be able
to hear any
emergency nets. Aldom says he expects that most
emergency
communication will take place on VHF and UHF
repeaters, however.
[Non-text portions of this message have been
removed]
[Non-text portions of this message have been
removed]
_________________________________________
73 de N5NTG Lee W. Besing San Antonio, Texas
(210)771-7075 mobile
Running EchoLink as Node #77005
Running APRS as N5NTG-9, track me on the Internet
http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=N5NTG-9
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
73 de N5NTG Lee W. Besing San Antonio, Texas
(210)771-7075 mobile
Running EchoLink as Node #77005
Running APRS as N5NTG-9, track me on the Internet
http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=N5NTG-9
_________________________________________
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Re: Unable to deliver your message

Don Jones
 

Lee:

There is no need to take this as an insult as you and
I both work with computers, and some customers; if
they weren't paying good money we would at times
pick-up by their little bitty necks well you get the
point.

Brother, be part of the team and so you have to change
it back; I've got more than one-computer coming of a
DHCP router and that works for me.

Have a great week-end say hello to Pat for me you
guys stay out of trouble.

73
Don, N5WSW
A STUDENT OF LIFE!

--- "Lee Besing, N5NTG" <lee@besing.com> wrote:

Hmm, guess we've knocked out about 2/3 of the folks
who send email from
using this group. I send a simple, 1 line text
reply to this group, with
my normal default email settings, and it bounced as
refused because it
wasn't plain text. I changed my settings to send
this message, but I'll be
changing it back to normal after.

At 10:38 PM 6/23/2006, you wrote:
We are unable to deliver the message from
<lee@besing.com>
to <W5SC@yahoogroups.com>.

You can only send plain text messages to this
group. HTML or
other formats are not allowed.

For further assistance, please visit
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Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2006 22:38:21 -0500
To: W5SC@yahoogroups.com
From: Lee Besing <lee@besing.com>
Subject: Re: [W5SC] FYI
In-Reply-To:
<20060623160939.76717.qmail@web31009.mail.mud.yahoo.com>
References:
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Was put on the news page and RSS feed from
SAHams.org as well. Thanks Ed
for the (H)Ed's up

At 11:09 AM 6/23/2006, you wrote:

Forwarded to Bexar County ARES, South Texas ARES,
as well as AARO and
ROOST club field day reps.

----- Original Message ----
From: Ed KS5V
<<mailto:ks5v%40arrl.net>ks5v@arrl.net>
To: <mailto:stdxcc%40drhnet.com>stdxcc@drhnet.com;
<mailto:sarc%40gerf.org>sarc@gerf.org;
<mailto:w5sc%40yahoogroups.com>w5sc@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Friday, June 23, 2006 10:25:58 AM
Subject: [W5SC] FYI

Arizona ARES requests clear frequencies if needed
for fire emergency
(Jun 22, 2006) -- Given the heavy HF activity
anticipated during
Field Day weekend, Arizona Section Emergency
Coordinator Rick Aldom,
W7STS, has requested that radio amateurs steer
clear of the ARES net
frequencies of 7248 kHz (days) and 3992 kHz
(night) and The Salvation
Army Team Emergency Radio Network
(<<http://www.satern.>http://www.satern.
org/>SATERN)
frequency of 3977.7 kHz. These frequencies may be
used for Arizona
fire-related emergency traffic, if necessary. He
notes that since the
HF operation would employ NVIS (near-vertical
incidence skywave)
antennas, stations outside Arizona may not be able
to hear any
emergency nets. Aldom says he expects that most
emergency
communication will take place on VHF and UHF
repeaters, however.

[Non-text portions of this message have been
removed]

[Non-text portions of this message have been
removed]

_________________________________________
73 de N5NTG Lee W. Besing San Antonio, Texas
(210)771-7075 mobile
Running EchoLink as Node #77005
Running APRS as N5NTG-9, track me on the Internet
http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=N5NTG-9
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
73 de N5NTG Lee W. Besing San Antonio, Texas
(210)771-7075 mobile
Running EchoLink as Node #77005
Running APRS as N5NTG-9, track me on the Internet
http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=N5NTG-9
_________________________________________


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Re: Unable to deliver your message

Lee Besing
 

Hmm, guess we've knocked out about 2/3 of the folks who send email from using this group. I send a simple, 1 line text reply to this group, with my normal default email settings, and it bounced as refused because it wasn't plain text. I changed my settings to send this message, but I'll be changing it back to normal after.

At 10:38 PM 6/23/2006, you wrote:
We are unable to deliver the message from <lee@besing.com>
to <W5SC@yahoogroups.com>.

You can only send plain text messages to this group. HTML or
other formats are not allowed.

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Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2006 22:38:21 -0500
To: W5SC@yahoogroups.com
From: Lee Besing <lee@besing.com>
Subject: Re: [W5SC] FYI
In-Reply-To: <20060623160939.76717.qmail@web31009.mail.mud.yahoo.com>
References: <7.0.1.0.0.20060623102033.01d71008@arrl.net>
<20060623160939.76717.qmail@web31009.mail.mud.yahoo.com>
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X-eGroups-Remote-IP: 204.57.74.117

Was put on the news page and RSS feed from SAHams.org as well. Thanks Ed for the (H)Ed's up

At 11:09 AM 6/23/2006, you wrote:

Forwarded to Bexar County ARES, South Texas ARES, as well as AARO and ROOST club field day reps.

----- Original Message ----
From: Ed KS5V <<mailto:ks5v%40arrl.net>ks5v@arrl.net>
To: <mailto:stdxcc%40drhnet.com>stdxcc@drhnet.com; <mailto:sarc%40gerf.org>sarc@gerf.org; <mailto:w5sc%40yahoogroups.com>w5sc@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Friday, June 23, 2006 10:25:58 AM
Subject: [W5SC] FYI

Arizona ARES requests clear frequencies if needed for fire emergency
(Jun 22, 2006) -- Given the heavy HF activity anticipated during
Field Day weekend, Arizona Section Emergency Coordinator Rick Aldom,
W7STS, has requested that radio amateurs steer clear of the ARES net
frequencies of 7248 kHz (days) and 3992 kHz (night) and The Salvation
Army Team Emergency Radio Network (<<http://www.satern.>http://www.satern. org/>SATERN)
frequency of 3977.7 kHz. These frequencies may be used for Arizona
fire-related emergency traffic, if necessary. He notes that since the
HF operation would employ NVIS (near-vertical incidence skywave)
antennas, stations outside Arizona may not be able to hear any
emergency nets. Aldom says he expects that most emergency
communication will take place on VHF and UHF repeaters, however.





_________________________________________
73 de N5NTG Lee W. Besing San Antonio, Texas
(210)771-7075 mobile
Running EchoLink as Node #77005
Running APRS as N5NTG-9, track me on the Internet
http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=N5NTG-9
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
73 de N5NTG Lee W. Besing San Antonio, Texas
(210)771-7075 mobile
Running EchoLink as Node #77005
Running APRS as N5NTG-9, track me on the Internet
http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=N5NTG-9
_________________________________________

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