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ARANHA-UN-2b - U. S. Friend, Council long. He still is a...
U. S. Friend, Council long. He still is a strong political return extensive I put and THE POST-STANDARD 3 Sunday, March 2, 1947 End no opponent of his old friend of revolutionary revolutionary days. Aranha was born in Alegrcle, state of Rio Grande Do Sul. He was a precocious student and bectan a law course at the University ol Rio de Janeiro at the ago of IS, much ahead of the usual age of Brazilian university students. He studied also in the school of social subjects in Paris. He has a fine command of five langua/'as, speaking his native Portuguese, S p a n i s h , English, French and Italian, Aranha jumped into politics at an e.irly age and held various' state offices until he and Vargas unleashed unleashed the revolution of 1930. He was given his first cabinet post in 1931. In 1934 he was majority leader of thi, constituent assembly and played a prominent role In drafting the constitution in that year. Aranha was sent to Washington as ambassador in 1934 and spent the next, four years strengthening relations relations between his country and the United States. He admired the new deal and never tired of telling " bout lts teachln S s and ac - In 1938 he was made minister of foreign affairs and held that post in the turbulent days before the war and in the years after Brazil said, f^f^Haly 0 TM afiamSt Gel " l j ' n U t l A L d l Y t A r a n h a was in the U n i t e d stnles not in January w h e n Dr. Pcdto Lxao] VelloSo, Brazilian delegate on the ; council died and President Dutra requested him Brazil u n t i l alter that of| tion's turn at the council ptesi- dcncy His'family consists of his wife I arl d two daughters, now with him the United States, and two sons, _ T- i both of whom remained In Brazil. 'one daughter, Mrs. Sergio Coi'rea impaired for American union. Da Costa, n\akes her home in Wnsh- mfilon, where her husband /is secretary secretary to Ambassador Carlos Muniz, Brazil's representative to the Pan- wide World UN CHAIRMAN --Dr. Oswaldo Aranha, one of Brazil's outstanding outstanding figures in governmental affairs, affairs, is the new chairman of United Nations security council. He took over his new duties March 1, The tall, gray-haired, 53-year-old diplomat will be chairman until April 1, when- China takes over under the council's monthly rotation system, system,

Clipped from The Post-Standard02 Mar 1947, SunPage 40

The Post-Standard (Syracuse, New York)02 Mar 1947, SunPage 40
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