At 06:10 PM 12/31/02 -0700, Matt wrote:
>I am trying to start the new year off right by clearing up all my tardy
>contest QSL requests. Today I sent out a couple of steamer trunks full of
>QSLs to each of the DL and JA buros. The addresses I used are below. I hope
>they get there okay.
All the qsl bureau addresses are at www.iaru.org/iaruqsl.html. The DARC
bureau address is fine, while the JARL address should be 1324-3 Kanba,
Hikawa, Shimane 699-0588. Since it's the same 7-digit postal code, I think
the chances are good that it will find the right place -- JA friends have
told me that Japanese street addresses are notoriously ambiguous and
difficult, anyway, so the JA postal system is pretty good at figuring
The cross-over point between sending direct to European bureaus versus
sending through the ARRL used to be ~13 ounces/bureau, but I haven't done
the calculation since international rates last changed.
73, Pete N4ZR
>From Timo" <firstname.lastname@example.org Wed Jan 1 20:15:53 2003
From: Timo" <email@example.com (Timo)
Subject: [CQ-Contest] Questions
> Dear Friends,
> - Who is the first XYL or YL radio amateur of the world ?
With google.com, I found this list (page was in rtf, so I used google's
73/88, Timo OH1NOA
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