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Over the Wire


OTTAWA, November 7--Some of the "missing" Polish art treasures brought to Canada for safekeeping during the war began turning up today as rival Polish factions continued their quarrel over the valuable collections.

It appeared not unlikely that all of the "lost" treasures would be accounted for soon, but when the present Polish government would get them seemed to be another matter.

The case of the "lost" treasures came to light last night when the present Polish minister to Ottawa, Dr. Alfred Fiderkiewics, charged that valuable gold and silver threaded gobelin tapestries and other art works and historical momentos were "missing" when he took office here a few months ago

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