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PAGE 10 THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 10, 1969 Hijacked Plane's Pilot Is Missmng Georgetown, Guyana (NC) --An Amerindians in the area at- airplane belonging to the Catholic tacked a police outpost, radio corn- diocese of Georgetown has been munications have been cut off and located after presumably being obstacles have been placed on hijacked, but the pilot, a layman, airstrips to prevent planes from is missing, landing. The terrorists were re- The plane has been discovered ported to be armed with modern near the South American town of weapons, including submachine Lethem, out of which it had flown guns. Dec. 30 without the permission of Two planeloads of troops landed Bishop Richard L. Guilly, S.J., of in the area Jan. 2 and began mov- Georgetown or the local Jesuit ing towardLethem, 300 miles south superior. It is presumed that of Georgetown, to quell the dis- the pilot was pressured by ter- orders. (A spokesman for theem- rorists into flying the plane, a bassy of Guyana in Washington, spokesman for the diocese said. D.C., said Jan. 4 the area was Violence in the Rupununi dis- under control.) trict of southern Guyana, for- Prime Minister Burnham read merly British Guiana, where a statement in the National Assem- Lethem is located, has caused bly in which he accused foreign the deaths of at least four police- residents of inciting the Amerin- men and about five civilians. The dians of the Rupununi district to number is believed to be higher, violence. WE REAl:3 YOUR MAIL THE HOLY FATHER,8 MISBION AID TO THE ORIENTAL CHURCH Do you read ours? Our mail, that is .... If so, you'll receive within the next few days our invi- tation to help the Holy Father help the helpless in 18 emerging countries. We are asking our friends to renew their membership (and to en- roll their families and friends) in this Associa- tion. Look for the invitation. We hope you'll write promptly to say Yes .... Since we are the Holy Father's official mission-aid in the Near and Middle East and Southern India, we are sending you his photograph with a list of the benefits he grants to members. In addition your WELCOME membership offering helps Pope Paul himself TO in one of his most ambitious and heartfelt NEW works: The relief of hunger, disease, ignorance FRIENDS and poverty among tragic population groups in AND the Near East .... He looks to this Association OLD --through your membership and gifts- to bring a long missing dignity to these helpless people . . . to nurse them, feed, clothe and shelter them . . . to give hope . . . to bring them the sacraments .... Just in case our invi- tation does not reach you, the membership of- fering for one year is only $2 per person, $10 for a family. The offering for perpetual mem- bership is $25 per person, $100 for a family. You may enroll your deceased as well, of course ($25) .... Write to us promptly to say Yes. 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NOLAN, National Secretary Write: CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOC. 330 Madison Avenue .New York, N.Y. 10017 Telephone: 212/YUkon 6-5840 HOLY SEE BRIEFS Pope Paul VI has raised Vati- can salaries by six percent and augmented the family allowance of Vatican employes by 20 per- cent. It was the third time Pope Paul gave a wage increase in his pontificate of five and a half years. In addition, regular raises gran- ted every other year were aug- mented by six percent in the low- est wage categories. Thatpercen- tage become progressivelysmal- let in the higher categories. Under this third pay increase of Pope Paul's pontificate, Vatican employes who had been getting $20 per month allowance for each child now will receive $24. The allowance for a wife rises from about $16 to just over $19. Have faith in today's youth and they will pay you back a hundred- fold with their willingness to ful- fill the obligations society will ask of them, Pope Paul VI has told a group of Italian educators. Young people and the problems that face them was the topic of Pope Paul's brief talk to 500 members of the Federation of In- stitutes Under Ecclesiastical Authority. The Pope said that "the adults of tomorrow" are "the connecting fabric of civil and social life." He said that the Church looks upon these youths with great hope, convinced "of the mature andpro- found seriousness" with which they take their obligations. Pope Paul VI received in pri- vate audience Josef Cardinal Be- ran, exiled archbishop of Prague, ' CHURCH C 0 N W A Y SHOPPERS I (eur ?:: tu h:2:n w/h :r U:e r s GUI CONWAY-St. Joseph'a Church. Sunday Masses: 6:00, 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 ).m. i i Insurance Is Our Business 817 Parkway Ave., Conway Ph. 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