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PAGE 12 THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 21, 1969 New Auxiliary Bisnops Return To Poverty Areas La Paz, Bolivia (NC) -- Follow- ing their consecration, two new auxiliary bishops of the La Paz archdiocese returned to the hum- ble quarters they previously oc- cupied among their parish congre- gations, many of them Indian. Some 500 Indian catechists and leaders wore typical native dress as Archbishop Jorge Manrique of La Paz consecrated his two new auxiliaries and concelebrated Mass with them. The new auxi- liaries are Bishops Adhemar Es- quivel and U. S.-born Andrew B. Schierhoff. The congregation cheered as Bishop Esquivel said: "So far we have not only lived among our people, but as our people lived, sharing their hopes and frustrations. Why change our style of life now?" Bishop Schierhoff, from the St. Louis archdiocese, stressed the need for protest against politi- cal deception, social inequities and economic slavery suffered by the poor of Bolivia, most of them Vi rginia Cathol ic Schools May Close Richmond (NC) -- Virginia leg- Islators have been told that Cath- olic schools in the state may be forced to close unless public aid is provided. The contention was made at a hearing of the education com- mittees of the Virginia Senate and the House of Delegates. The legislature is in special session to consider extensive revisions to the state's constitution. Nicholas A. Spinella, attorney and member of the Richmonddio- cesan school board, urged the leg- islators to recommend removal of provisions in the present con- stitution prohibiting aid to church- related schools. Mounting costs, he said, have jeopardized the fu- tore of such schools. First Communicants at St Patrick's Thirty-six children of St. Patrick's parish, North Little Rock, made their First Holy Communion recently. They are pictured with their pastor, The Very Rev. Msgr. Edward N. Hinckley, V. F., and their teacher, Sister M. Lucille, R.S.M. They are from the left, first row, Dolores Hess, Rebecca Bruich, Melissa Mernah, Denise Sorrows, Sandra Skretkowicz, Lore Kinard, Lynne Schlatterer, Mary Eliz. Hooks, Patrick Quick, Barnard Koostler, KevinKresse, Mark Halter and James Matthews. Second row, Rene' Ripley, Indians. "We do not want our people delivered to bloody violence," he said. "But neither do we want the inhuman violence exercised by the few." Bishop Schierhoff was one of three priests of the St. Louis archdiocese who volunteered for work in South America inthe mid- 1950s under a plan of that arch- diocese and other U. S. Sees to sponsor missions in Latin Ameri- ca. Later, other St. Louis arch- diocesan priests joined the three. Both of the new auxiliaries said We Wonder... . .why parents continue to pro- vide funds for college-age children who participate in demonstrations. Woods arson t is a crime. Report any ( sign of it. L '.,,' o'"'':,, HELP PREVENT(b ' FOREST FIRES IN THE SOUTH Susan Sponer, Julie Borengasser, Maxine Tona Deese, Dennis Dorsey, Vince Wren, Chris. Wren, Hargrove, James Pruss, and Peter Kelly. Third row, Lyons, Janice Dunaway, Sharon Buss, Ann Marie Gunter, Usery, Jean Fowler, Msgr. Hinckley, Joseph Oswald, John Howard Meyers, Terry Deese, James Greene andSister M. Altar Boys are Robert Hiegel and Michael Wrobleski. "THRIFTY" DINNER SPECIALS (Dining Room Only) MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHTS t 67 BLACK AN6U$ HAMBURGER French Fdod Potatoes Radarange* Hot Cobbler Pie L 100% CHARCOAL BROILED U.S. CHOICE BLACK ANGUS TOP $1 69 8IRLO1N STEAK DINNER .......................... HAMBURG]lit STEAK DINNER ..................... Wltk Green Salad, French Fried Poistoes, Toasted (loaf) Garlic French Bread. SAVE MONEY! COME AS YOU ARE! IT No Thins & q ,1105 Markham & Van Buren MO 6O151 Geyer Springs & Baseline LO 2-002Z they agree on proposals to abolish "fees" for religious services and advocate instead pledges by the Christian community to provide voluntary support of the clergy. Bishop Esquivel said: "We must get rid of the commercialization of the sacraments, which has done so much damage to the Church of Christ, the Church of the pilgrims and the poor." "We are bishops indeed, not to receive honors,but to ter," he added. Both bishops appeale ter schooling for workers' children and fo er literacy campaigns f0 Step into the Old World at WINE LAND You have a cordial invitation to visit the Wiederkehr Wine CellarS, the oldest and largest winery in the Southwest. The whole family will enjoy a guided tour of the vineyards and the wine cellars where our fine wines are made and aged. Browse and gift-shop in the quaint Chalet Suisse, then dine i the Wein Keller Restaurant. It has the rustic charm of an Alpine Mountain Inn and features authentic Swiss cuisine served in the con" tinental manner. Lunch is from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. and dinner from 5:00 until 10:00 p.m. daily, closed Sunday. Enjoy a gourmet meal, accented with your choice of Wiederkehr dinner and dessert wineS. Plan a trip soon to Wiederkehr Wine Land atop St. Mary 's. Mountain at Altus, Arkansas. It's like stepping into the Old World of Swiss charm, grace and hospitality. Good Appetite- WIEDERKEHR -ro,,00ghtt WIEDERKEHR WINE CELLARS, INC. ALTUS, ARKANSAS U.S. HIGHWAY 64