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Messages - William Hassig

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At 0146 on both Barrington Hills IL and Traverse City MI sdr's weak noisy signals, hear slow pop tune sung by women,

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Tuned in at 0034 utc on Barrington Hills IL sdr with poor noisy signal, hear oldies from the 1960's, also tried Traverse City MI sdr with same results, 

288
Tuned in at 0200 utc on Rockport Maine sdr with fair signal and some static, a beautiful theme program with songs with the word "beautiful" in them, at 0212 song "everything is beautiful in its own way" which starts with children singing, at 0244 SSTV/FAX, at 0245 goodbye announcement, at 0246 piano IS, then off.     

289
Tuned in at 0122 on Barrington Hills IL sdr with fair/poor signal, hear rock instrumentals, by 0200 signal had improved to fair, at 0218 woman giving WAVE ID then off air, nice program, thanks. 

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Tuned in at 0039 utc on Barrington Hills IL sdr with poor noisy S9 signal, hear pop music, carrier off at 0043. 

291
Tuned in at 0001 utc on Barrington Hills IL sdr with fair signal, at 0005 switched to Brookfield WI sdr with better signal, variety of tunes with names of the cards in a deck of cards such as ace, king, queen, jack, ten, nine etc, at 0101 switched back to Barrington Hills IL sdr, at 0118 switched back to Brookfield WI sdr, at 0124 echo ID then SSTV/FAX, nice program as usual, thanks.   

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Tuned in at 0144 utc on Rockport Maine sdr with fair signal, nice program of pop tunes, song: "mama told me not to come", at 0204 heavy metal tune "you've got to fight for your right to party", at 0213 C&W tune "turn out the lights, the party's over", a party themed program, at 0224 switched to Concord NH sdr with fair signal, at 0242 SSTV/FAX, goodnight announcement, piano IS then off.     

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Tuned in at 0053 utc on Brookfield WI sdr with fair S9 signal, reggae song and another reggae song, various songs by Bob Marley, at 0115 "I shot the sheriff" by Bob Marley,   

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Tuned in at 1040 utc on Traverse City MI sdr with fair signal, heard "wonderful radio London" then apparently off at 0146.

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Tuned in at 0134 utc on Ashland MA sdr with fair S9 signal and some static crashes, song: "number one", at 0153 song: "eight miles high", at 0204 the title song from a James Bond movie(?), at 0211 "low spark of high heel boys",   

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Tuned in at 0041 utc on Traverse City MI with good S9 to S9+20 signal, woman singing slow rock tunes, at 0102 switched to Brookfield WI sdr with good S9 to S9+10 signal after Wolverine left air, 

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Tuned in at 0035 utc on Brookfield WI sdr with good S9 to S9+10 signal, at 0059 echo ID then SSTV/FAX, thanks for the program. 

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Tuned in at 2315 utc on Brookfield WI sdr with fair/poor S7 - S9 signal, country and country-rock music, switched to Traverse City MI sdr with same strength but less noise,   

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Tuned in at 0115 utc on Brookfield WI sdr with fair but noisy S9 to S9+10 signal, playing "lady" by the little river band, also "lady Godiva" by a British band from early 1960's, at 0126 Beach Boys "little old lady from Pasadena", various songs with the word "lady", thanks for the nice tunes.   

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Tuned in at 0014 utc on Barrington Hills IL sdr with fair S7 to S9 signal, hard rock music, at 0027 DJ = Dick Weed made RFW ID and mentioned names of HFU posters including me, spoke of carnival rides, at 0031 utc switched to Traverse City MI sdr with better S9 to S9+20 signal and less noise, off at 0152, thanks for the nice tunes.   

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