Palestine Immigrant, Three Days Old, Pays Transportation Costs
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Palestine Immigrant, Three Days Old, Pays Transportation Costs

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A baby born shortly before the S. S. Mariette Pasha docked in the Haifa Bay Harbor had to pay the cost of his Palestine transportation.

He is the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ezekiel Schwartz bard, of Luxembourg, who sailed with only two Palestine passports and found themselves a company of three when the boat reached Haifa.

Master Schwartzbard’s parents paid nine dollars (pound1.16) for him before he could enter. Bouncing infant though he is, the immigration authorities would not allow him to bounce into Palestine illicitly. So that the three day old young man is now a legal immigrant.

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