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ARRL Special Bulletin ARLX018 (1995)

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ARLX018 New to CQ Halls of Fame
 
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Special Bulletin 18  ARLX018
>From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT  April 11, 1995
To all radio amateurs 
 
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ARLX018 New to CQ Halls of Fame
 
New to CQ Halls of Fame
 
CQ Magazine has announced its 1995 inductees into its Contest and DX
Halls of Fame.
 
The sole new member of the CQ DX Hall of Fame is Carl Henson,
WB4ZNH.   New members of the CQ Contest Hall of Fame will include
Ken Wolff, K1EA; Dick Norton, N6AA; Jim Neiger, N6TJ; and Tine
Brajnik, S52AA.
 
Carl Henson, 52, of Fairburn, Georgia, conducted a number of
DXpeditions to rare countries in the 1980s, mostly in Africa.  His
wife Martha, WN4FVU, accompanied him on most of these operations.
He was nominated by the Southeastern DX Club, based in Atlanta.
 
Ken Wolff is 46 and wrote the ''CT'' contest operating software.  He
continues to update and distribute it to amateurs around the world.
He lives in Harvard, Massachusetts and was nominated by the Yankee
Clipper Contest Club.
 
Dick Norton, N6AA, is 53 and lives in Topanga, California.  He was
recognized for his long-time contest activity from 9Y4VT, as well as
his participation on the CQ Contest Committee.  He was nominated by
the Southern California Contest Club.
 
Jim Neiger, N6TJ, is well known for his contest operations for many
years from Ascension Island, as ZD8Z.  He's 56 and lives in Orange,
California.  He was nominated by the Northern California Contest
Club.
 
Tine Brajnik, 46, lives in Slovenia and is well-known for his
contest operations earlier as YU3EY and YT3AA.  He also is an
organizer of the S50A contest station.  He was nominated by the
Slovenia Contest Club.
 
The induction ceremonies are conducted each year at the Dayton
Hamvention.
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