BRAZIL: Amortizing Priest & Brat

In the Brazilian American, goodwill weekly printed at Rio de Janeiro in English, appeared this item:

"Augusto de Lima, staunch defender of all that is orthodox, occupied a half column in yesterday's A Noite to express his horror and indignation at the news from Maranhao that the city of Sao Luiz amid general rejoicing had enjoyed a holiday on the occasion of the baptism of the infant Lenine, first-born of the Interventor, or provisional governor, the Reverend Padre Serra. Not only does Mr. de Lima regard the babe's name as an affront to...

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