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ropaganda Near East riia\igurates Radio Broad- '^nst/SPeries to £k>iuiter : i r * V»"- * •J~'«V' !1 v act Broadsides ' ' JNDON; Dec. 27, 'UR— Prince' E-Al-Jslamhusain, 'son 'of the ; of Yemen, will participate in inauguration of oiews broad^,,41 In Arabic to counteract propaganda attributed to Italian broadcasts to Jerusalem and the Near" East. (Yemen is a state of ApoTa). The British Broadcasting Com- pariy ^announced to'day the daily ^rpaH^sts from London would be tin ^6. P. m., Jan. 3, ' foreign Secretary Anthony Eden enunciated view, of Fascist Britain's grave propaganda in Palestine-under British .mandate— in 'answer to questioning last week in the House of Odmnions. He said then he had informed Cpimt ,pina Grand!, Italian ara- bamdor to London"; that "unless ttr, x cjnj|ld<be brought 1 to an, en,d ft would be impossible 1 to create'the —jta,. Chads' 'ari»^^ paid'.visitato th*home ^~..*.,^. Mrs. Car¥ J. Keirle, 94r Pearl stree* Christmas,, and perhaps Jfor ,the 'first time in the Keirle family Santa Claus's gifts were not the center of attraction Christmas Day., The stork Jeft twins-r-twp girls, Pne of the c babies,weighs', ,6Vi pounds, the other 5H> poun«Js, 1 Tho babies were-born at 3:30 a.,m. Saturday. (Dr.; John D.-McDonal^, -who officiated 'ait the birth of the, babies, said fheyvwere identical twins,, Mr. -and Mrs. Keirle have ,three other children, all boys, and. Christmas day,the girl babies had caused the boys in the family to put aside their toys, brought by Santa.Claus, while they paid fleeting -visits'.to the crib of their new sisters, ajvd, stood about admiring the new additions to the family. , / n > Mr. Keirle is a driver 'for the Pyndman Ice & Fuel Co. Elmer Eugene Welling, born at 1:40 a. m., Christmas Day. to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Welling, of Fdster- burg, was believed to be the first baby in this district born on Christmas day.,The baby weighed seven and three-fourths pounds and is the first child of the couple. Mrs. Welling^was, before her marriage, Miss Dorothy Bfueggeman. „ necessary for prose- v^w. wv, successful conversations designed ''to improve our mutual relations.*' •• 5i - cuon' . Christmas Eve a son was'born at Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and'Mrs. Charles Raymond of God- baby was born at 6:30 ftv0r Injured Areas * * * feast Cells The burn remedy Is one of sew '-' seemingly miraculous effects rowth, and the only one which 1 applied, to human beings, itment for burns has been for about a year a,t St, , j,Hospital in Cincinnati, I jprepare th» chemical, yea^t |»d with a .salt solutio,n> and iqted tq lethal ultraviolet The yeast cell* w?e not killed frey. The p. m, Mr. and r Mrs, Richard'P. Winter of 1509 jersey street are parents of a daughter, born at 6:22 a- nV- today at Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby" weighed 7 .pounds and one ounce. -Mrs. Winter before, her marriage, was Miss Alma Turner. By Casearlan operation a son was born at St. Joseph's Hospital today at 9:30' a, m., to Mr. and Mrs, A. Rudolph Green of 400 Henry street! The baby weighs seven pounds and three ounces and Is the first child born to Mr. and Mrs. Green. Both mother and baby' were,; reported making satisfactory progress. Mr I Green is superintendent af the In ! ternatlonal Shoe Co,' " Hospital attendant* "i eeph's today had com'nje fagt that the Qr,?en ipf first baby tp, pccupy" rflom at the new ' " Two rooms. In .,.,, one in pink, the Other ,„ furnished as memorials new hospital ww " of a St. Jo on the 'as the is the first mother to foir to the "blue" room, the former n. Green Remitted trol of

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 27 Dec 1937, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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