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Amerikai Magyar hirlap = American Magyar journal. [volume] (Youngstown, Ohio) 1911-1942, June 08, 1933, Image 1

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Three méii, all-of them
long resident her* were given
their old jobs at the Ohio Works
ci the Carnegie Steel Co. last
-tjeek.
These three men lost their
jobs, because somebody (and
we surmise and strongly, suspect
that this somebody mas a Com
munist stool pigeon) reported to
the management that the three
/were actively engaged in spread
ing Communism. (Bolshevism)
The grand Committee of our
Hungarian Churches and Socie
ties took, up the cause of the
three men, because, we were
convinced that a wrong has been
done them.
The grand committee investi
gated.. It presented the facts to
IKr. Louis McDonald, general
qjjperintendent at the Ohio
fyorfcs. The committee received
very fair hearing mad a food
reception.
"A mistake may have been
Mr. McDonald told the
Committee. "We will investigate."
Last week the three men were
fack to work.
«i «r
The Hungarian-born of this
jíistrict are indebted to Mr. Mc
Donald, not because he gave back
jfce men their jobs, but because
lie showed himself fair and Just.
Workmen in the mills ash
lor fairness and justice and if
the management of any plant
gives to the men these two
Essential ingredients of good
^industrial relationship, that man
agement will always have the
loyalty of the men.
$his story.
The three men who were dis
charged formerly belonged to a
So-called "aid society", which
into the hands of Moscow
directed parasites and was turn
ed into an "mternational"society.
The three who were discharged
toon realized that the promise of
$12 a week in sick benefits was
but a lure and that they had to
pay for propaganda this, propa
ganda that, they were constantly
fleeced with this collection and
|hat collection, and their month
ly dues were burned with ad
ministration and propaganda
Charges now amounting to 53
stents a month over and above
..the actual dui^i.
We suspect "and even charge
that the former "comrades'* (as
they love to call themselves) of
the three men, sore because
the three left them and would
-gr have nothing more to do with
them were the "stoolies" who
Teported the three to get revenge.
Their plan failed thanks to
the Grand Committee and to
the fairness of Mr. McDonald.
v 1 .*•
Young people beware of those
who come to you with great
words about "everything for the
workers", who prattle about the
glories of Russian SovVtism.
These agitators are "no good".
Most of them are doing it be
cause it is an easy way to earn
money without doing much work.
.The same leaders and agitators
are never present when trouble
Jjurises. They protect their hides
fuid let the poor dupes take the
of punishment.
We are living in a Democratic
Country. If we don't like the
dministration we can change it.
ijf we don't think the present
laws are any good we can change
them.
,. The ballott-box and the vote
are your greatest treasures. Do
itot listen to the agitator who
preaches violence, sabotage, im
powible demands. He wants you
to drag the hot chestnuts from
ih# fin.
The nnw Memo# p*id Bol
•hevik gang is now trying to
our societies *nd churches
$o meet in Chicago to discuss
YOUNGSTOWN. OHIO
meeting theirs would be the
leadership, theirs the greatest
voice.
We have nothing in "common**
with the communists and their
agitators. No Yoixngstown organ
ization belonging to the Grand
Committee will go to Chicago.
We can solve our problems with
out their aid.
"Itayare the gift of the
Greeks", an old proverb lays.
Beware the "common cause
and united front" meetings pro
pagated by the agitators «|!ld
üzletben a West Federal
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