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WASHINGTON--Two witnesses told the House Committee investigating un-American activities today that Gus Hall, an organizer for a Committee for Industrial Organization Union and former Communist Gubernatorial candidate, directed bombings and other terroristic acts during the 1937 "Little Steel" strike at Warren, O.

The accusations came from Lester J. Aberle, Adjutant of the Ohio National Guard, and Edgar Herzog, an American Legion Investigator who joined the Communist Party in 1937 to "find out what it is all about."

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