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CHANCE TO JOIN OTHER AMERICAS MEXICO CITY, March 7—(U.R)— Conditions under which Argentina may return eventually to the fami ly of nations, including a sugges tion that the South American coun try declare war on the Axis, were outlined in a resolution approved tonight by the steering committee of the Inter American Conference. The resolution provided that as a prelude to reinstatement, the Argentine nation must: 1. —Subscribe to all the resolu tions approved by the Inter Ameri can conference, including the Act of Chapultepec which guarantees collective act on against any ag gressor. 2. —Subscribe to the United Na tions declaration, the prerequisite of which always has been a de claration of war against the Axis. Action by the steering commit tee was tantamount to final ap proval which was expected to come when the full plenary ses sion of the conference convenes tomorrow. No debate on the reso lution was expected. ■\r _ 1,200 BOMBERS HIT NAZI RAILS LONDON, March 7.— (.P) —Ap proximately 1,200 American heavy bombers and strafing fighters step ped up the offensive aimed at iso lating the Ruhr from main German supplv lines today with attacks on three rail oelts running into the menaned German industrial zone. While the rail lines were being hammered, four motor fuel plants within the battered Ruhr were bombarded in a coordinated as sault. . More than 900 Flying Fortresses and Liberators of the U. S. Eighth Air Force and 250 fighters attack ed the long, concrete, four-track viaduct near Bielefeld, 60 miles northeast of the Ruhr on the main line to central Germany and struck at railyards at Soest, 30 miles of Dortmund, and Siegen, 35 miles east of Cologne. Three benzol plants and an oil refinery in the Dortmund area, in cluding the small but important Harpenerweg refinery and the Cast rop Raukel Benzol .plant, also were bombed. ’’ The bombers and fighters saw no German planes and encountered only meager anti-aircraft fire at Dortmund and Soest—none at the other targets. Only the Bielefeld viaduct could be bombed visually, however, because of clouds. T T Congressman Honored Bv Former Camp Mate WASHINGTON. March 7.—UR— Rep. Green (D-Pa.) won a strict ly unofficial promotion today to the rank of honorary sergeant. He was awarded two sets of triple-sized, green and white chev rons by Rep. Price (D-Ill) and former buddies from Camp Lee, Va., where the two Congressmen served in the Army prior to their election to Congress last Novem ber. An accompanying “citation” de clared the promotion was “for outstanding service on KP and latrine duty.” While the two were at Camp Lee, Price was a sergeant and Green a private. 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' Fifth Army Breaches Nazi Defense South Of Bologna ROME, March 7.— (U.R)—Support ed by tanks and tank-destroyers, Fifth .Army troops have breached heavily defended German moun tain positions in a spectacular eight - mile breakthrough, seized six important heights and ten towns, and swept up 1,200 German prisoners, Allied headquarters an nounced today. The “limited objective” offen sive was launched in the sector west of the Pistoia-Bologna road approximately 30 miles southwest of Bologna. With a protective canopy of fighter-bombers that silenced gun batteries and disorganized enemy defenses, the U. S. Tenth Mountain division shoved off from Mounts Della Torraccia and Castello in good weather Saturday morning after a devastating 20-minute ar tillery barrage. The most norther ly penetration was achieved by American Doughboys who captur ed the town of Castel d’Aiano, eight miles northeast of Mt. Bel vedere. Brazilian troops swung out to the east to occupy the mountain hamlet of Castelnuovo, 11 miles east northeast of Belvedere. The ordinarily restrained offi cial communique described the attack as "most successful.” Advancing up the vital Pistoia Bologna highway, the Americans accomplished their mission with relatively few casualties, a head quarters spokesman said. Included in the lot of enemy prisoners was a German battalion commander and his staff. Eden Warns Lublin Regime On Persecution Of Poles LONDON, March (UP)—For eign Secretary Anthony Eden to day warned the Soviet-backed Po lish Lublin regime against perse cuting Poles loyal to the London Polish government. He also an nounced that Russia, at Britain’s request is releasing Madame To masz Arciszewski, wife of the pre mier of the exile government. A few hours later a spokesman for the London Poles announced the arrest and deportation by the Russians of Prince Janusz Radzi will, a leader of the Polish con servative party. 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ARGENTINE BACKS CHAPULTEPEC AIM BUENOS AIRES, March 7.— (UP)—The Argentine military gov ernment today formally endorsed the aims of the “Act of Chapul tepec”—hemisphere security char ter drafted at the Mexico City con ference by representatives of all American nations except Argen tina. Referring to the fact that Ar gentina was not invited to the con ference, acting Foreign Minister Cesar Ameghino said that his country nevertheless wished to an nounce its repudiation of aggres sion as a means of national policy, as well as all ideologies opposed to the Republican and Democratic tradition of the Americas. He also reiterated Argentinas respect for the sovereignty, inde pendence and territorial integrity of all American states, now mu tually guaranteed by the “Act of Chapultepec.” Copies of his statement were de livered to the envoys of three na tions bordering on Argentina—Bo livia, Chile and Paraguay—and al so to that of Ecuador. It was pre sumed that other copies would be delivered later to the representa tives of two other neightbors, Bra zil and Uruguay. Ameghino stressed the "great interest” .with which his govern ment was observing the efforis be ing made by “the United Nations and by the group of American na tions in particular towards perfect ing the system of American co operation.’’ \r LEGION OFFICIAL RALEIGH, March 7 —(£>)— Ste phen S. Eccles of Ogden, Utah, chef de chemin de fer of the Forty and Eight, fun and honor society of the American Legion, will visit the State next month. ter does not apply to enemy terri tory. Asked if there were any reasons for Madame Arciszewski’s arrest, Eden said: “I have been given some, but I thought in the light of the happy conclusion to my in quiries it would be better to leave it there.” -I What A Cough! And how it hurts, and nags And disturbs your sleep. 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