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Joe:

You can check with Seaways to see if your subscription was still current when the new issue was printed.  They were not sending renewal notices and your subscription might have expired.  If you have any proof of it still being current then send Seaways an email asking about your copy as they can get lost in the mail system (we have an average of about two US issues of the Journal go missing each mailing).  I had a copy of the insert sheet that the mailing label is attached to that came with my issue and it showed my expiration date coincided with the summer issue.

Subscribers with copies remaining on their subscriptions are getting checks for the unused part of their subscriptions.  Several of the Chicago area guys reported receiving checks last week at our club meeting.

Kurt

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Thanks Kurt; yes indeed your follow up email indicates my subscription expired. It's back to the hobby shop to pick up the issue. And thank you, Mary and the NRG for the efforts to keep some segments of that publication going. It is much appreciated.

Joe

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