If anyone reading this has a QSL card from SX3A it would be appreciated if he would donate it to the Technical Museum in Greece." The text which follows was written by Pol N2DOE of Bergenfield NJ. Norman Joly and I first met in 1935 when I started working with Bill SV1KE as his radio mechanic. Norman was then working for the local agents of RCA selling broadcast receivers.
There are also many minor differences of pronunciation. A man is u breo, not u briew, a son is a u khon, not u khun. Standard ng is often represented by nj. Thus doinj for ding, fire. A final h often appears as k, and an initial b as p. Standard ei becomes aw. Thus wei = waw, one; dei = daw, necessary. The articles are frequently omitted.