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Diplomatic children broadcast Xmas greeting. Washington, D.C., Dec. 20. Christmas greetings in all tongues were broadcast all over the world today by the tiny sons and daughters of foreign diplomats participating in Annual International Children's Christmas Program staged by the National Broadcasting Co. For the first time two American children. Marcus and Melissa Woodring, son and daughter of the Secretary of War and Mrs. Harry Woodring, took part in the broadcast. Left to right, can be seen: Charles Lombard, son of the French Military Attache and Mme. Lombard; Nicolaii Machado, son of Maj. and Mme. Bin Machado of the Brazilian Embassy; Marcus and Melissa Woodring; and Saschiko Jimbo, daughter of the Japanese Embassy Secretary, Shuzo Jimbo, 12/20/38

Diplomatic children broadcast Xmas greeting. Washington, D.C., Dec. 20. Christmas greetings in all tongues were broadcast all over the world today by the tiny sons and daughters of foreign diplomats participating in Annual International Children's Christmas Program staged by the National Broadcasting Co. For the first time two American children. Marcus and Melissa Woodring, son and daughter of the Secretary of War and Mrs. Harry Woodring, took part in the broadcast. Left to right, can be seen: Charles Lombard, son of the French Military Attache and Mme. Lombard; Nicolaii Machado, son of Maj. and Mme. Bin Machado of the Brazilian Embassy; Marcus and Melissa Woodring; and Saschiko Jimbo, daughter of the Japanese Embassy Secretary, Shuzo Jimbo, 12/20/38

 
 

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