Clipped From The Escanaba Daily Press
Three Refugees From France Visiting U.P. Marquetfe—Refugees from Nazi tyrany In war-torn Europe. Countess de Narkiewicz-Jodko and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sidney, who resided In Paris before war broke out, arrived here yesterday for an extended visit after spending the winter soason In Palm Bearh, Fla. Mr. Sidney, a native of New York City and r^tir^d from the business world, talked lntprr-stlng- ly of the trio's flicht from the continent shortly aftrr the Nazis that the Sidneys and the countess sailed aboard the Rex. an Italian liner, for New York City, arriving there September 15. Mr. Sidney had resided in Fiance sincp 1920, when he retired from business In the east. Asked how he hapvened to settle in France, he replied that he was traveling there shortly after the first World war and saw a home in Paris ho particularly liked. Subsequently, sold the home w«fi^ xvo- ft 1 , , ¡and bought others until he settled. Wan World War II by « plngL ]!KU ,e capital city of Po-1 parj9 out Warsaw, land, particularly beloved by Countess de Narkiewicz-Jodko and her charming daughter because they are Polish citizens. They are traveling in the United States under immigration visas. lue de l'Elvsee in The resident on the Rue de I’Evsee was directly opposite the French president's palace and next door to the home occupied by Monsieur Pletrl. present Vichy ambassador to Madrid.