[AMRadio] helping another Ham

kc9cdt at aol.com kc9cdt at aol.com
Wed Jan 8 18:10:57 EST 2014

When I needed this..I went to the ARRL.
They found my license info in a call book there (1964) and he scanned and e-mailed the page to me....
It's worth a try.

Lee Simmonds
Summit DCS LLC

-----Original Message-----
From: W5SUM - Ronnie <w5sum at comcast.net>
To: AMRadio <AMRadio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Wed, Jan 8, 2014 3:54 pm
Subject: [AMRadio] helping another Ham

My co-work Alan, WB5MEB is trying to get back active again. He has always kept 
his license current but its a conditional license and he has never applied to 
have it grandfatherd up to General. He needs a copy of a CALLBOOK page showing 
the approximate date of his license.

I got WB5AIA in the fall of 1971 so we are thinkin 74 or 75 for his WB5MEB.

If any of  you have these old callbooks and could copy that entire page he is on 
and mail it to me, or even better yet, scan it and email it to me I would be 
eternally grateful.

Alan is retireing at the end of this year and wants to set up a vintage station 
so he can operate AM. He is one of us.

73's and God bless

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