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Home again from two weeks Vacation. That is all we get. Two %reeks to rest up for 50 weeks %f work. Exacting hard work. Out all hours of the day and Aight. The NRA does not apply Jo a newspaperman in my po sition. Down on Jthe seashore we patched the old Atlantic heave %n& throw its waves 10—20 or éven 30 feet toward a gray swept sky. Every time I stand on that teashore and see the big boats toward the Statue of Liberty in New York bay I get homesick. In this country 21 years. En jaged in American work. Still 1vhen I see that old ocean I get ^|iomesick. 'J I suppose all of You were born in this land yet when you learn about Hun gary you will become an ardent supporter of the plea for a re vision of the treaties You -can't deny your Hun garian blood and asking justice lor the land on which the cradle of your parents once stood. By doing this you will re main true Americans. Citizens of this* great land in which the liberty and justice loving spirit pi Washington tad Lincoln move. A reserve stored away for a rainy day. v When young people of Hun garian blood think of insurance, '^they should give serious consi deration to our great Hungarian fraternal organizations, the Ver hovay, the Reformed and the .Hungarian Aid (Bridgeport). \'%jj The policy memberships in 'these great societies, founded by ^our grand parents and placed 2 modern levels by your parents give yom advantages a commejj cial insuran^epolicy, does not •^-give. Investigate it. If yoú and you 7 join in few years you will be ^directing your own societies iwith millions of dollars secured Hungarian j|lood are the same way. There is something that calls to us jfrom across the sea. There must "be an invisible ribbon, that still ties us to that mother land. A ribbon which can only be broken by the Grim Reaper. 'Oil ttá %!iörfes of "We ocean besides homesickness attended by the awekening of memories of the young years spent in $unny Hungary, one's thoughts Involuntarily turn to the state of affairs in the country we have left. With two-thirds of her terri tory and oné-half of her popu lation' given away in that jshameful scrap of paper they call ithe Treaty of Trianon Hungary passing through distress „which we here canV «Ven imagine. mention rthis tör yeiu the J|yot»nger generation, that you ask your parents about old Hungary, the one we have known. Ask them and let them tell you about the land of the Carpathians and the great fertile plains, the hills which give fire to the Ma gyar wine. Ask theov and let them tell you. Young people know the ne cessity of insurance. Young men jand women do the wise thing when they obtain insurance when they are young in years. 0 |lt costs less. By the time middle is reached policies are paid $for. Nothing to pay, when pay jments would become''a burden. 1933 AUGUSZTUS 31. YOUNGSTOWN. OHIO by your parents to make your future all the more secure. A pestvidéki törvényszék Hét Ask your parents about the évi fegyházra •itélte Parocza Ist societies.'They belong to one or.ván nagykátai gazdalegényt, aki the other and perhaps to even ez év januárjában édesanyjára tá two of them. Your place is there niacló apját sodrófával agyon with them. 'ütötte'.