Stanley Kmiec 5 Mar 1952
OPEN HOISE: Adolph M. Kmiec, assistant , , ' . , . . ,, ., of the Camden Trust Co. s South Camden branch, tells this one about his brother and sister-in-law, sister-in-law, sister-in-law, sister-in-law, sister-in-law, Stanley and Jean L- L- Kmiec. When thev lived in Camden, Stanley was an ailditoritional includ-with Sears, Roebuck and Co., and his wife, the former Jeans. Pankul, was active in the Realtor Women's club. Then! Stanley was transferred to Rio de Janeiro, where termi-Kmiecs are still residing ' ivmitts are hui rti, uniK. , Recently, they decided to hold an Open House for some,. of the Polish DPs who had come to Rio. Realizing that thev could accommodate about 25 guests their apartment, the Kmiecs sent out that number of invitations. They also told the parish priest of their plans and asked him come. Came the day of the event, the apartment was loaded with sorts of delicacies. A buffet m for a king had been prepared. f Then the guests started to arrive. Within a few minutes, apartment was jammed. "Do you think there's enough food ?"j Jean whispered worriedly to Stanley. "Oh, sure," he replied; unconcernedly. o.. - f.., i,.o. nn. ,rriv AnH "Ul; . ; V Z more. And more. All told, 132 refugees turned up for the House. The Kmiecs, of course, ran out of food. They ran frantically! to neighbors and horrowed any kind of food they could get. this manner, they managed to provide plenty for all.