ARGENTINA-BRAZIL: Ten Treaties

When Belgian King Albert rolled over to Rio in 1919, hospitable Brazilians built him a special train in which he toured their United States. Last week Royal Albert's train, splendidly refurbished, was turned over to Brazil's latest great visitor, big-fisted President Augustin P. Justo of Argentina who rolled up to Rio in a battleship (TIME, Oct. 16). Just before his departure last week dynamic General Justo signed with broad and highbrowed Dr. Getulio Dornellas Vargas of Brazil what they called "ten treaties." First was a pact of utmost significance, binding Argentina, Brazil,...

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