If you search for "Cicero Marques" using Google, you will find about three links, including one of mine. One which refers briefly to his early attempts at flying is the following.
Seu Portal de Turismo
You might want to use your FIND function on "Marques" to locate the entry in the long article.
(History of Aviation in the State of São Paulo)
O Grupamento de Radiopatrulha Aérea (GRPAe)
(The Aerial Radio Patrol Group)
If you read Portuguese, I invite you to visit the sites by clicking on the titles. If you are using Google and prefer to read the article in English, you can access a translation directly from the search engine. For your convenience, I have added an extract of the whole article below.
The lack of trained technicians and supply problems resulting from the ending of the First World War, made it impractical to maintain this first nucleus, so that the Paulista Public Force only recovered it wings in 1919, having the Northamerican Orton W. Hoover as instructor.
The new headquarters was already established at the Marte Field and the initial steps, made with determination, bore fruit so that by 1920 landing fields started to appear in some cities in the interior, such as Bragança Paulista and Guaratinguetá. However, because of internal problems and politics, a new crisis arose which caused the closing of the Public Force hangars in the beginning of 1922.....