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January 18, 1940 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1940-01-18

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This burning hospital, center in Helsinki, Vinland, was set afire, according to Finnish, sources, when
Russian planes invaded' the city on Joseph Stalin's.60th birthday. Most of the patients had been evacuat-
ed before the bombing attack.

Quadruplets born to Mrs.: Clyde Short at her home ;near Nauvoo, Ala., were -reported doing nicely by
the physician who delivered them. The father is a cal miner. The Quads-three girls and a boy-each
weighed a few ounces over three 'pounds at birth. The girls were named Faith, Hope and Charity, but nto
name has been selected for the boy.

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