Foreign News: Who's Afraid?

Stoutly last week the Government of Dictator General Gerardo Machado y Morales:

1) Denied that the water supply of Havana was "all but cut off" by the explosion of a dynamite bomb near the public aqueduct. Potent, the explosion tore a four-foot hole in a watermain, injured four passersby, whooshed an 18-lb. piece of masonry over a block and a half of houses. All day long a 15-ft. fountain spouted from the hole, but Secretary of Public Works Lombillo Clark said he would soon have that fixed.

2) Denied that T. R. H. Edward of...

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