game books and JOTA
Surj�n L�szl (surjan@KUKA.MMT.BME.HU)
Thu, 21 Oct 1993 08:38:48 EDT
I should like to say thank you for your welcoming in net.
We edit a journal for leaders in Hungary, so I wrote a sort article about E-mail
SCOUT-L and I hope as soon as possible there will be other Hungarian subscribers
in it. But I'm afraid the E-mail is not typical in our country only in universit
I hope next week I'll send everybody some information about Hungarian Scout
Association, I want to send it with correct grammar so I'll check it.
Chris had a good idea, for example I have a special request because we want to p
a new game-book. In Hungary there is only some old-fashion, so we are collecting
the games for scouts or children. I got the Scout-l games file from the list, bu
Scoutfaq games file was not available. If you know another file that contains ga
please, let me know about it. We looked for a competition which will pay the cos
the editing and pressing. (I hope! I thing the competition system is similar all
I'm really excited about JOTA, because I thing it is very good activity for our
venture scouts. In Hungary we have to learn foreign language for example English
because we live in a little country, so I have to persuade boys and girls to lea
English. The JOTA is very good for it.
I should like to know more about it. How many different kinds of systems are the
Which is the best? What is the pocket radio? How much does it cost about? Is it
to learn to use?
It is urgent, because I found a good competition which - I hope - will pay for b
an equipment and I have to give it in one month.
Yours in scout (well, I'm very happy I thing I know what does YIS mean.)
Laszlo Surjan: firstname.lastname@example.org
Budapest, Zirzen Janka u. 9. H-1125
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City