„,. EL PASO hKRALD-POST, Friday, March 15, 1963 'aiHiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiim iiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiimiijj' Ex-Dictator Re-Instated By Church Vnilcd Press International MADRID, March 15. - Former Argentine Dictator Juan D. Peron is now "fully reconciled" with the Roman Catholic Church following lifting of a Vatican decree of excommunication against him, Peron's private secretary said today. Juan Manuel Algarve, Peron's private secretary, told United Press International that "report? printed in Buenos Aires saying that Peron was fully reconciled with the Catholic Church are correct." ALGARVE, however, insisted that supporters of Peron never believed that the excommunication issued by the Vatican's consistorial congregation on June 16, 1955. applied to their chief. •"The General wanted to clear this thing once and for all," Algarve said. "It is true that he wrote to the Vatican making profession of his Catholic faith and denying that he ever laid hands or. Catholic priests or dignitaries during his rule in Argentina. Algarve's statement was the first direct confirmation that the excommunication was lifted. Vatican source! made clear no official announcement would be made there on the matter. Peron's secretary said that the Bishop of Madrid, the Most Rev. 'Leopoldo Eijo Y Garay, conveyed to Peron word of the Vatican's decision. Young Girl Wins Oil Contest Prize Two year old Linda D'Agostino of 1705 Wyoming avenue was the winner of a $1000 prize from Sinclair Dealers in El Paso. The child was. entered in the con. test by her aunt, Miss Eustolia Barajas. Linda is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arman-! do D'Agostino. Mr.' D'Agostino is a city fireman. The prize is in merchandise from El Paso stores. J. D. Stewart, El Paso Sinclair representative, said the contest is the first of a series of promotions in the area by the compan; Linda ABOUT PEOPLE; I Too Common Hiding Place \ From The Heratd-Post's News Services Highway Patrolman Phil Arrington was skeptical last night in Eureka, Calif., when service station attendant David Hol'.i- man reported a S256 holdup. "Here's where they usually hide the money," Arrington said as he reached to a ledge atop the glove compartment in Holliman's car. And there it was. Holliman was jailed on an open charge after admitting he made a false robbery report. THE CITY commission of Mobile, Ala., was impressed with the shine jail trusty John George put on the floors of city hall. So impressed that they voted yesterday to make him janitor when he finishes his 30-day sentence. THE CANADIAN general election is for the birds as far as some campaigners are concerned. Liberals released 12 homing pigeons Tuesday night to fly to a rally for liberal leader Lester Pearson in Joliette, Que. They never arrived. They shipped another 'batch to Montreal to be released Wednesday night in time to reach Pearson's rally 'last night. They still are sitting in the express office. And, in Toronto, New Democratic Party candidate Robert Beardsley was speaking when a canary 'flew in a window and landed on his head. TODAY U BECAME a pleasure for men to travel on railway trains in Hungary. A corps of young stewardesses went into service serving meals and refreshments and providing geographical comment. ASSEMBLYMAN CHARLES CONRAD of Calif., declined State Finance Director Hale Champion's offer to bet his "rose-colored glasses" against Conrad's "fright wig" that there would be a federal tax cut, but said he would be happy to make a "modest friendly wager." "I shudder at the idea of having the financial affairs of the State of California conducted by gamblers," Conrad added. A RESIDENT telephoned Mayor John S. Roth of Middletown, Conn., yesterday to complain about what a water main break did. He told the mayor his drinking water was so muddy that 'V FOR VICTORY' sign given by Actor Van Johnson as he leaves Hollywood, Calif., hospital following treatment for skin cancer on his left thigh. (UPI Telephoto) his children "thought it was chocolate milk." POLICE in Buffalo, N. Y. searched for a thief they have dubbed the "hamburger burglar. Restaurant owner Walter Spencer said an intruder broke a window in his restaurant and took $2.40 worth of hamburg patties from a freezer. He said nothing else was taken. Fire Chief Warns Of Illegal Fires Firemen have lately been plagued with a large number A illegal trash fires in the City. Fire Chief Luther Farr warned that City ordinance prohibits any resident from burning grass, weeds, brush, rubbish or anything else inside the City limits. "Aside from the nuisance of smoke," Chief Farr said, "there is a very great danger of such : ires spreading. We've been making an average of 25 to 30 calls a week just to put out grass tires. This also ties up our companies in case a serious building [ire should break out. "We've had several grass fires spread to vacant houses in the northeast area. In this dry country, a fire among tumbleweeds in a vacant lot can get out of con- Mi in a minute." C of C Urges Close Relations With Military Strengthening of the Armed Services Committee of El Paso Chamber of Commerce was called for yesterday during a meeting of the Board of Directors of El Paso Chamber of Commerce. The board moved that close liaison with the national and local military establishments must be maintained and strengthened. The Board also took a stand in opposition to many Federal policies, calling for a decrease in non-defense spending. On recommendation of the Legislative Committee the board went on record as opposed to Medicare, a Department of Urban Affairs, broadening of the coverage of the wage and hour laws, federalization of state unemployment compensation. Federal mass transit subsidies, and a domestic Peace Corps. E . P. Officers To Attend UF Meeting Four ranking officers of the military in El Paso are to attend the Southwest Area United Fund meeting in Little Rock, Ark., March 31. Heading the delegation of officers to be honored during th« meeting is Maj. Gen. Tom B. Stavton, commanding general of Ft." Bliss. The other officers slated to attend are Lieut. Col. J. C. Langston, White Sands Missile Range; Col. Paul Meyer, William Beaumont General Hospital, and Col. John E. Carey, Biggs Air Force Base. The four military officers will accept honors for United Fund participation by the four local bases. Master of ceremonies for the event wi!l be Sen. James W. Fulbright. The principal speech is to be delivered by Navy Secretary Fred Korth. Ken Osman, exeuctive director of the United Fund and H. B. Ford, local president, will represent El Paso at the meeting. Animal Clothier Just Gag Writer united Press international Henry, who is really Buck PALM SPRINGS, Calif., Zuckerman of New York, ad- March 15.—A nationwide drive mitted he also was G. Clifford to clothe naked animals was Prout Jr., founder of the So- caught with its drawers down. ciety of Indecency to Naked Television Gag Writer Buck Animals. BRIDES-TO-BE . . . ATTEND OUR BRIDAL FASHION SHOW Brides-to-be . . . pick up your free tickets from Mrs. Mell Searle, bridal consultant. Sae the newest in bridal and trousseau fashions. You may win a $50 certificate toward the gown of your choice or one of the many other exciting prizes. 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