Canada: Met at the Train

At North Bay, Ont., two Canadian Communists clambered aboard a train on which Mike Moskal, 22, a Ukrainian D.P., was riding to a new job in a northern Ontario gold mine. They told him some very unkind things about Canada, handed him propaganda leaflets, tried to talk him into giving up, going back to Russia. The same thing happened, on the same trip, to Joe Trhlen, John Sanajko, Myroslaw Blauk, 50-odd other D.P.s. Said Mike Moskal: "Was no good. Didn't like."

When the story first came out, in mid-December, Canadians considered it...

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