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PRESTES ACCLAIMED BY CITY AND NATION;

 

 

President-elect of Brazil Is Welcomed Here With Civil andMilitary Honors.DELAYED 5 HOURS IN FOGHe Hails Our Friendship as HeBoards Macom on Way toReception at City Hall.HURRIES ON TO WASHINGTONIs Greeted by Stimson at Union Station–Will Exchange CallsWith Hoover Today. Broadway Acclaims Party. Ship Finally Appears. Walker Greets President-Elect. Mrs. Prestes Sails for Paris. Washington Greets Prestes.

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June 12, 1930, Thursday

 

Page 21, 1878 words

 

To signify that the friendship between Brazil and the United States “is already more than a tradition and constitutes truly a patrimony” and to officially return the visit of President Hoover to Brazil, Senhor…

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HOOVER AND PRESTES PLEDGE FRIENDSHIP;

 

 

Brazilian Envoy Is Host at Dinner to President, PresidentElect and 300 Guests.SETTING IS BRILLIANTPan-American Banquet Hall IsGarden of Tropical Plantsand Gay With Banners. MRS. GANN BESIDE HOOVER International Hook-Up Carries theAddresses to Latin-America asWell as to United States. Allan Hoover Attends. Mrs. Gann at Hoover’s Right. Brazilian Envoy Proposes Toast. The Envoy’s Speech. President Hoover’s Address. Praises Conquest of Wilderness. Alludes to Brazilian Visit. Sees Gain in Personal Contact. Address of Dr. Prestes. Praises American Statesmen. Sees “Energy” American Word. List of Dinner Guests. Prestes Comes Here Today.

 

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June 15, 1930, Sunday

 

Page 3, 3598 words

 

 

 

JULIO PRESTES DIES; BRAZILIAN FIGURE

 

; Elected President in 1930, He Was Prevented From Taking Office by Vargas Coup

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February 10, 1946, Sunday

 

Page 42, 324 words

 

SAO PAULO, Brazil, Feb. 9 (AP) –Dr. Julio Prestes, who was elected President of Brazil in 1930 but was prevented from assuming office by the revolution and military coup of Getulio Vargas, died here today at the age of 64.

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PRESTES IS BOOMED AS BRAZIL PRESIDENT; Sao Paulo Governor to Be Put Forward at Banquet Given by Coffee Growers in April. HIS POLICIES ARE PRAISED Miranda Gives Him Credit for Reorganizing Coffee Institute –Carlos a Contender. Gives Prestes Credit. Other Names Mentioned. Republican Candidate Safe.

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By ROBERTO MONTEIRO. Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES.

 

March 31, 1929, Sunday

 

Section: Editorial, Page 47, 948 words

 

SAO PAULO, Brazil, March 28.– The first gun of a political battle to decide who will succeed Washington Luis as president of Brazil will be fired next month when a huge banquet will be given in Ribeirao Preto to honor Julio Prestes, Governor of the State of Sao Paulo.

 

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CITY HAILS PRESTES FOR NATION TODAY;

 

 

Brazilian President-Elect to Receive High Honors Here onWay to Visit Hoover.WALKER TO WELCOME HIM Party Will Leave for White HouseImmediatety After Parade and Reception at City Hall. Cruisers Escorting Party. To Leave at Once for Capital.

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June 11, 1930, Wednesday

 

Page 16, 914 words

 

Representatives of President Hoover, the State Department, the army, the navy, the city government and business interests will greet Senhor Julio Prestes de Albuquerque, the President-elect of Brazil, when he arrives at quarantine this morning aboard the Brazilian-Lloyd liner, Almirante Jaceguay. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

 

 

 

PRESTES SEES HOPE IN SAO PAULO RISING:

 

 

 Believes Success of Rebels in Brazil Would Hasten His Return to Home Land. WAITS RESULT IN PORTUGAL Elected President in 1930, Revolt Which Seated Vargas Prevented His Inauguration.

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September 11, 1932, Sunday

 

Section: WEEK END CABLES FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE WATCH TOWER LETTERS TO EDITOR, Page E5, 804 words

 

LISBON, Aug. 20 — The return to Brazil in the near future of Dr. Julio Prestes, who was elected President in 1930 but who was never inaugurated because of the revolution which overthrew the Washington Luis Government and installed Dr. Getulio Vargas, Dr. Prestes’s political opponent, as chief executive, depends entirely upon the progress made by the Sao Paulo rebels in their fight against the federal government. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

 

WEST POINT REVIEW HONORS DR. PRESTES;

 

 President-Elect of Brazil Sails to Academy and Gets Army’s Formal Salute. ENTERTAINED BY ROBBINS Stops at Tuxedo Park for Tea on Motor Trip Back to City– Dinner Guest Tonight.

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June 17, 1930, Tuesday

 

Page 12, 792 words

 

Standing in front of the green emblem of his country, Dr. Julio Prestes de Albuquerque, President-elect of Brazil, watched the black and gray and gold of the corps of cadets of the United States Military Academy pass in formal review at West Point yesterday in the army’s traditional tribute to distinguished visitors. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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PRESTES IS ELECTED PRESIDENT IN BRAZIL;

 

 Consul General Here Reports Conservative Polled 1,093,027 Votes and Liberal 666,152.

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March 29, 1930, Saturday

 

Page 8, 242 words

 

Nearly complete returns from the recent Presidential election in Brazil, giving Dr. Julio Prestes, candidate of the Republican Conservative party, 1,093,027 votes to 666,152 for Dr. Getulio Vargas, the Liberal party … [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

 

PROGRAM FOR VISIT OF SENOR PRESTES;

 

 Brazil’s President-Elect Due Here Wednesday–Reception by Walker to Start Ceremonies. CALL ON HOOVER THURSDAY State Banquet and Tributes to the Unknown Soldier and Washington on the Schedule. Call on Hoover Thursday. Broadcast for South America.

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June 8, 1930, Sunday

 

Page 13, 726 words

 

WASHINGTON, June 7.–The program arranged for the visit of President-elect Julio Prestes of Brazil to this country includes a reception by Mayor Walker of New York, an exchange of calls with President Hoover and a State dinner at the White House.

 

W.R. HEARSTS HOSTS TO DR. JULIO PRESTES;

 

Large Dinner Given at Their Home for the President-Elect of Brazil.

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June 20, 1930, Friday

 

Page 20, 238 words

 

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PRESTES VISIT STIRS BANKERS’ INTEREST; They Hold Brazil’s Increasing Commerce Offers Attractive Investment Opportunities. STATES THERE SEEK FUNDS President-elect, However, Has Made No Move to Open Financial Negotiations. 900 Per Cent Increase Since 1913. Need of Borrowing Cited.

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June 15, 1930, Sunday

 

Section: Second News Section, Page N7, 581 words

 

The visit of Dr. Julio Prestes d’Albuquerque, President-elect of Brazil, to the United States served to focus the attention of the financial community last week on the prospects of additional Brazilian financing in this market. However, so far as is known. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

 

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BRAZILIAN CAMPAIGN OPENED BY DR. PRESTES; Candidate for Presidency States Program in Speech at Republican Banquet.

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December 20, 1929, Friday

 

Page 12, 234 words

 

SAO PAULO, Dec. 19.–Speaking at a large Republican banquet in Rio de Janeiro on Monday, Dr. Julio Prestes de Albuquerque, President of the State of Sao Paulo, formally launched his Presidential campaign. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

 

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BRAZILIAN LIBERALS QUIT ELECTION FIGHT; Defection of Medeiros Viewed as Assuring Confirmation of Julio Prestes. FINANCES STILL IN BAD WAY Effects of Recent Crisis Are Felt In Most Lines, but Improvement Is Looked For. Liberals Lack Leaders. Prestes Coming Here. Stabilization to Go On.

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April 13, 1930, Sunday

 

Section: Editorial, Page 59, 1314 words

 

RIO DE JANEIRO, March 28.– Nebulous clouds of organized postelection disorders in Brazil have been completely dispelled during the past week when Borges Medeiros, political generalissimo of Rio Grande do Sul State, deserted the Liberal party and announced his return to the banner of President Washington Luis. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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PRESTES ACCLAIMED BY CITY AND NATION; President-elect of Brazil Is Welcomed Here With Civil andMilitary Honors.DELAYED 5 HOURS IN FOGHe Hails Our Friendship as HeBoards Macom on Way toReception at City Hall.HURRIES ON TO WASHINGTONIs Greeted by Stimson at Union Station–Will Exchange CallsWith Hoover Today. Broadway Acclaims Party. Ship Finally Appears. Walker Greets President-Elect. Mrs. Prestes Sails for Paris. Washington Greets Prestes.

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June 12, 1930, Thursday

 

Page 21, 1878 words

 

To signify that the friendship between Brazil and the United States “is already more than a tradition and constitutes truly a patrimony” and to officially return the visit of President Hoover to Brazil, Senhor… [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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King George Entertains Dr. Prestes

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July 6, 1930, Sunday

 

Page 11, 43 words

 

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DR. PRESTES SAILS FOR EUROPE TODAY; Brazilian President-elect to Leave on the Olympic for Extensive Tour. EIGHT OTHER SHIPS GOING Among Them the Roma, Statendam, Carmania and Westernland–Columbus One of Four Due.

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June 20, 1930, Friday

 

Page 20, 818 words

 

Nine ships will depart today for foreign ports. Four are scheduled to dock. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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PRESTES TO RECEIVE U. OF P. DEGREE TODAY; Brazilian President-Elect and Son Will Be Made Members of Liberty Bell Society. Hoover Will Be Represented. Graduates From Three States.

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June 18, 1930, Wednesday

 

Page 21, 1353 words

 

PHILADELPHIA, June 17.–Senhor Julio Prestos, President-elect of Brazil, will receive the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws tomorrow morning at the commencement exercises which will mark the close of the 190th academic year of the University of Pennsylvania. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

 

 

PRESTES WELCOMED HOME BY BRAZILIANS; President-Elect Says He Found Interest and Sympathy in the United States.

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August 5, 1930, Tuesday

 

Page 7, 288 words

 

SAO PAULO, Aug. 4.–Presidentelect Julio Prestes arrived at Rio de Janeiro today on board the English steamer Arlanza from Europe. He was greeted by a huge crowd at the dock after his two-months’ visit to the United States and European capitals.

 

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BRAZILIANS’ UNITY A DEFENSE NEED; World Events Seen Impelling Sao Paulo’s Reconciliation With Vargas Regime

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By HAROLD CALLENDER

 

July 13, 1941, Sunday

 

Page 12, 1533 words

 

SAO PAULO, Brazil, July 1 — One result of developments abroad might conceivably be a reconciliation between this great industrial city and the one-man government in Rio de Janeiro that grew out of the revolution of 1930 and the coup d’etat of 1937 — both made against Sao Paulo’s leadership in national affairs. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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COFFEE PRICE CRISIS MENACES SAO PAULO; Overproduction Imperils the Brazilian State’s Scheme for Stabilization. WOULD HAVE WIDE EFFECT More Than $100,000,000 Outstanding in Loans to Growers–ThisCountry a Big Customer. Textile Crisis Still Holds. Improved Coffee Transportation. COFFEE PRICE CRISIS MENACES SAO PAULO Production Becomes Enormous. Aid From British Bankers. Producers Reticent on Profits.

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By DOUGLAS O. NAYLOR. Special Correspondence of THE NEW YORK TIMES.

 

October 7, 1928, Sunday

 

Section: Editorial, Page E1, 1775 words

 

SAO PAULO, Brazil, Sept. 8.–The most remarkable phase of current life in Brazil is the phenomenal economic growth of Sao Paulo State, of special interest to Americans because the foundation for its prosperity has been contributed to a large degree by coffee drinkers of the United…

 

POLITICAL DISCORD RUMBLES IN BRAZIL; Sao Paulo Democrats Agitate Against State Governor and 500 Job-Holders Quit. NEW JUNTA Is DISCUSSED Rio Grande do Sul Also Restless– New York Consul General Reports All Quiet. Former Chief Cheered. Junta Government Discussed. Consulate Reports Quiet.

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April 14, 1931, Tuesday

 

Page 10, 619 words

 

RIO DE JANEIRO, April 13 (Delayed in Transmission)-Political dissension long brewing in the State of Sao Paulo has broken out with a movement against the Provisional Governor by the Democratic party and has proved so serious that Provisional … [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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