Argentinians felt closer to Europe than usual, when the not yet
officially open short wave radio-telephone station at Buenos Aires was
placed at the disposal of a somewhat sick and very wealthy woman who
desired to consult her physician in Berlin "about a private illness."
After a 20-minute conversation, she emerged beaming, reassured. Gallant
reporters concealed her identity.
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