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AN AMERICAN WEEKLY IN THE HUNGARIAN LANGUAGE
FOS THE MAGYARS OF THE MAHONING It SHENANOO VALLEYS Published every Thursday by The United Printing Company 4«ta. 573« 320-322 W. Federal St. Mi, ftWfl BDITOE: ERNEST N. NE MENYI SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. Entered as Second-Class matter April 12eh, 1911, at the Post Offiee at Youngatown, Ohio, under the Act of March 3rd, 1997. Kiadja a United Printing Co., 320—322 West Federal Street POST OFFICE BOX 417 YOUNGBTO WN, OHIO. A E I K A I A Y A I A Dear Sir:— We wish to thank you for the first number of your magazine and to tell you that we find it exceedingly in teresting. It should be a very valu able aid in giving the people of this country a clear understanding of the problems and struggles of the Hun garian people in building up a new nation. This library tries %Q gather com plete files of all periodicals of special interest to the We beg to hand you the returning thanks of the Hungarian Relief Com mittee of the camp in Nikolsk Ussu rijsk. At this occasion we thank you for too for the kind, and liberal way, you supported the Hungarian prisoners. We have heard, that you intend to arrange a colection to facilitate the evacuation of the middle weet, aod feel sure that The DELEGATION DE LA LÉGATION ROYALE DE DANEMAE® BIT RUSSZB Pavlovskaja Ne*. 4. No. La. 1149.-ÍSCH. (Veuillez xappeler.) Vladivostok, 20th of April, 1920. TO THE HUNGARIAN AMERICAN FEDERATION MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY SAINT PAUL Editor, The Commentator 206 K. Of C. Building Youngstown, Ohio. Commentator /w$l inlet Ml Ml $£ telligent Hungar an population and also be of historic value to our other English speaking readers. We have almost no funds for subscription to the periodicals we receive, and, there fore, would like to ask that we be placed on your complimentary mail ing-list, thus making one complete file of your important periadicol available in a permanent bound form in this part of the country. Very sicerely yours, R. W. 4*. Vail. Austrian and Hungarian prisoners in discriminately. I welcome a noble minded intention like this and I have it at heart, that your enterprise may be as pregnant in results as possible. Faithfully and truly yours, K. MÖLLER-HOLST. Delegate of the Royal Danish Lega tion. East Liverpool Wick Building, cor. Phelps and Federal Streets Youngstown, Ohio DIAMOND BUILDING (A SQUAREN), YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO BOOM 6. Automatic teleion: 78762 33 E. FEDERAL STREET YOUNGSTOWN. OHIO West Federal Strect 16 W. Federal St.