Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 9, 1952 · Page 12
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April 9, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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lIAMANUttl CHICK SPECIAL PLAN TO BUILD HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery 8.. Out Material Get Our Print. Try Our ferric*. DYKE LUMBER CO. 301 81. ChailH BUCKLE ON YOUR SIX-GUNS TONITE Sr Thursday 7:15-9:23 We've got o "$w«ll-elegonl" Western for you . . . And it't rarin' to go ... All w«'r« waitin' on n you! Plui Cartoon: My Foyorire Duck ,TM"~ * Playground Irnve-ln * Theatre Pony Rider For the Klddiw Monkey Village . April ?, IfSJ Misery In Shanty Towns Worries Rio; Ctein-Up Is launched ( South American cities, being bc- Hlo de Janeiro, Brni.il--This city j h i n d Buenos Alrc.-. The city proper has an area of 60 square miles, while the federal district, with earnival, usually the acme «f Baity. At last the cit. has started a c I e a n-up campaign, promising suburbs, rovers 450 square miles. Uchools, free medical service, r u n in area it is surpassed only by London, New York, Chicago, Buenos Aires, Philadelphia and Vienna. Exercise Long Horn taring In End nio is a federal city, like Wash- , ington, D. C. II is among thoj program :JThis may be Bio's last healthiest cities In the having a death rate Don't Miss "Bubbling Over" Big Variety Show ROOT AUDITORIUM THURSDAY, APRIL 10 7:30 P.M. ADULTS 50e CHILDREN 2Sc (Tickets at the Door) Benefit Washington School Playground (This Ad Paid (or by 71 Drive-In Theatre) thousand. In 1850 yellow /ever came here In a slave r,hip, but laler the city began cleaning its places r,f f i l t h and created healthful conditions. The best Ions stretch for weather is between April 1 and January 1, The real choice periods are April-May and November-December. The landlocked harbor, where Rio is situated, is from two to 10 miles wide and is 15 miles in i Icnsth. On enterinR the bay those looking '.vest see the Stone Giant. The mountains give the impression of a colossal h u m a n body lying on its back, and the highest elevations form the face. The Corcovado croup make the body and less. Sugar Loaf appears like feet pointed skyward. The Dodo dc Deus (Finger ^of God) Is also visible in the distance. This section of the Organ Mountains has the shape of a huge finger pointing to the heavens, while lower elevations appear like a portion of a clenched hand. An experienced traveler described Rio to me as "a lovely lady with soiled petticoats." He was referring to the wealth, l u x u r y and fabulous mansions on t h e hillsides w i t h the dreadful squalor and misery In the more t h a n 100 shanty towns in the lower districts. The newspaper O Globo said recently: "As a s a n c t u a r y for criminals the favelas (shanty towns) are as inviolate as the ancient temples. The law stops at the base of the. hill as if it were the frontier of s foreign country." During the past. 10 years, 1,000,000 persons have come into Hip from the provinces, a n d many o f ' t h e m ended up in the shanty towns. Today about 500,000 live in the favelas, about three-fourths of them Negroes. Rio policemen avoid the favelas even in daytime. There Is nn piped water supply for these dives. The natives have to carry pump water to their places. Open ditches act as sewers, af]d the stench Is beyond description. People living In the l u x u r y of their fine homes on the hills have begun to fear not only the epidemics of disease and crime from these wretched places, but also attacks from these miserable ones. rtumors that the favelartos were preparing a campaign of pillage took a lot of zfst out of the recent Fort Hood, Texas-W-A linkup between airborne troops and the First Armored Division today nine, water, electricity, scv/cre and 5cnl Kx( , rcise Lo nz H brn toward police protection. But it has a job an anti-climactic, finish. The last on its na.nds. 1 spectacular action of the biggest Said Dr. Guilhcrme P.ibplrr, Ro- : maneuver in U.S. history took place yesterday. Some of It fizzled.! Two men died as the U. S. forces made their big concerted effort 1o drive the aggressor 82nd Division m a n o . M, «'ho hs i-iarge of the | flmuiiK t n u i··'·(,....... ...... ...,i., n\. j i i ^ . r . jci.ii the tropics.V ohance. If we don't control the of 20 per I favelas, they v/ill keep on grow- 17-day make-believe war. Two-hundred and 21 men were injured as paratroopers made a jump in high winds. One was killed near Evant when two fighter planes collided while giving close support to ground troops. Another was a paratrooper whose chute became entangled with his equipment as he dropped with 3,- 08U other troops of the 508th Regimental Combat Team. Irurbi To Ploy Benefit Concert In Little Rock Little Rock-fypj-Concert Pianist Jose Iturbi will play a benefit performance for victims of the March tornado*! in Arkansas here April 22. All proceedi will (o to the tornado relief fund. ing and t u r n this city into one i vast slum." beyond the Colorado River in the WHO FSXES RADIOS? 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