A Letter From The Publisher, Jun. 4, 1951

Not long ago Tomás Alejandro Loayza, our correspondent in Peru, sat down and wrote us about his job. Now 49, Loayza was a veteran correspondent before he returned to Lima twelve years ago. He had spent about 15 years on assignments in Japan, the U.S., France, England and Spain covering many major news stories. From Madrid in 1931, he scored a four-hour news beat when King Alfonso fled the country without abdicating, later reported battles of the Spanish Civil War. During the first three years of World War II, he worked for Nelson Rockefeller's...

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