News: Lublin (31 Aug 1967)


Surnames: Lencz, Zwiac, Nowak, Cudecky, Borzyck, Badru, Tytor, Smith, Strzok, Hokkanen, Krakowiecki, Hmielak, Kawalkczak, Bradshaw, Sciezor

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 31 Aug 1967

I returned to the home grounds on Aug. 20th. Several people asked me whether I was caught in the Fairbanks flood. My port of stay was at Anchorage, w hich is located several hundred miles from Fairbanks, but did have occasion to witness several refugees arriving at the International Airport as our flight to Seattle was delayed on orders of Gov. Hickel to dispatch medical supplies to Fairbanks, the same flight held the people from the disaster area. The airport bustled with activity as several priests and ministers from the various churches had tables set up for the refugees to sign in for assistance. Our flight took off 2 1/2 hours late. I spent four days in Seattle visiting with relatives I had never met. We visited the Space Needle via the monorail, having dined in the cafeteria which is located approximately 600 feet high. The café makes a complete rotation within one hour and permits one to get an enormous view of the city of Seattle. Most of the buildings are active since the world's fair, and several have been renovated for ones' comfort. It's a must for all tourists. Seattle had gone without any rain for 58 days at the time of my departure.

Mr. George Zwiac returned from the Chippewa Hospital on Monday, where he had been a patient for a week.

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Nowak and child are visiting with Mr. Nowak's Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Nowak.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cudecky and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Borzyck, all of Chicago, dined with the Ed Budru's last Saturday evening. They also visited with the elder Walter Tytor's.

Several Lublinites attended the grand opening of Milly's Bowling Alley and bar last Saturday night. The establishment has been taken over by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tytor and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smith. Several members of the Tytor family attended and the evening closed with a gathering at the Tytor residence to observed the Henry Tytor's 25th wedding anniversary, which fell on Aug. 29th.

The Gilman school district opened its doors on Thursday, Aug. 24th.

Mr. Mike Lencz is substituting on the mail route for Sylvester Krakowiecki, who is on vacation.

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Strzok and family arrived early Saturday morning from Milwaukee to visit with the Marion Sciezor family.

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lencz visited with Dale Hokkanen and family last Sunday, and enroute home stopped at the Marshfield hospital to see Mr. John Hmielak, who has been hospitalized there for over a week.

Mr. Steve Lencz and Tom Kawalkczak of Gilman visited with relatives in Lublin last Sunday afternoon.

The Rod and Gun Club will hold a meeting at Marion's Hall on Thursday, Aug. 31st. a door prize will be given and results of the recent Jamboree and picnic at Diamond Lake will be discussed.

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bradshaw and children of Milwaukee arrived last Tuesday and will visit with the Walter Tytor's.



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