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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN. AUG. 9, 1974 Discuss Holy Year Plans His Holiness Pope Paul Vl recently met with Israel's Minister of Tourism Moshe Kol to discuss Middle East topics, among them plans for the 1975 Holy Year. Millions of Catholics are expected to visit Rome and many are ex- pected to visit the Holy Land. Catholics Challenging $. Korean Persecution Seoul, South Korea (NC) -- More than 2,000 Catholics at- tended a Mass in Myong Kong Cathedral here to protest the jailing of Bishop Daniel Tji Hak Soun of Won JR, scheduled to be tried by a military court on charges of subversion. Bishop Tji was arrested July 23 by the South Korean Central Intelligence Agency after he read a statement denouncing "violence, intimidation and fraud" under the dictatorial rule of President Park Chung Hee. In recent weeks, 91 persons have been convicted of anti- government activities in a wave of political trials. Among those convicted is the poet Kim Chi Ha, who was charged with giving money to dissident students to organize anti- government demonstrations. Bishop Tji is accused of having given about $2,500 to the poet. Among those at the protest Mass were Cardinal Stephen Kim of Seoul and the Belgian and French ambassadors. U.S. Ambassador Philip C. Habib, a Catholic, did not attend. Some Koreans have criticized U.S. officials for not dissociating themselves from the repressive measures of the Park regime. The day before the Mass here, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger told a Senate subcommittee in Washington that military and economic aid to South Korea would continue because U.S. security interests overrode dissatisfaction with Park's I ] Arkansas Leads the Way Mrs. Kathryn Turehi of Pine Bluff, left, Arkansas Regent of the Catholic Daughters of America, and Estamae Marine, the Colorado State Regent, led Regents' procession into the Cathedral of St. Vibiana, Angeles, during the recent CDA national convention policies. ' At the Mass, Korean and judicial process for political K of C Donates Aoun, CHS Classes foreign priests and Sisters of- recrimination." fered prayers "for the release The 53-year-old bishop has S9-1vlillion to Charity Of 1964 H Idi g R o, those suffering from in- headed the diocese of Won Ju New Haven, Conn. (NC) -: O n e[Jnior justice" and "for the since1965 and was once chief of The Knights of Columbus ga9  restoration of democracy." Catholic chaplains of the South substantially more than Little Rock - The 10th an- A get-together at the Hostess In the U.S. Senate, Sen. Frank Korean army. He 'has million to charitable and niversary of the graduation of House at Burns Park, North Church (D-Ida.) has introduced frequently dissented from the classes of 1964 at Mount St. Little Rock, beginning at 8 P.M. an amendment to the foreign government policy since Mary Academy and Catholic tonight, will open the festivities, aid bill to cut off all assistance President Park seized dic- High School will be celebrated tatorial power under martial at a reunion this weekend, Aug. law in October 1972. 9-11. World Counts Total of 418,400 Catholic Priests benevolent causes during 1973 Only 66 percent of the organization's international, state and local units responded in a survey, and John W. Mc- Devitt, chief executive officer of the 1.2 million-member Catholic fraternal society, said these distributed a total of $9,399,716 to charities. The supreme council contributed more than $879,302 of the total. II London (NC) -- The latest reliable figure for the number of Catholic priests in the world is 418,400, a priest writing in The Times of London estimated. Father James Forrestall, pastor of St. Hugh of Lincoln parish in Manchester, recognized as an authority on clergy statistics, said that, while the estimated Catholic population of the world has increased by a fifth since 1960 the n-lmllr'" of' pri'ests'"ilas remained virtually static. The number of diocesan and religious priests rose from 418,000 in 1960 to 425,000 in 1969 but has since fallen to 418,400, he said. Europe, with 40 per cent of the world's Catholics, has more than 60 percent of the priests, the article continued. Latin America, with 36 per cent of the world's Catholics, has only I0 per cent of the priests. One of the best staffed areas in the world is Tokyo, where in 1969 there was one priest for every 109 Catholics, Father Forrestall said. In contrast, Mexico City had one priest for every 6,016 Catholics. DAIRY PRODUCTS Nea'rest')Food S-tore. Jam the STAG Line EMMETT HOFFMAN Distributor Frances Flower Shop 1222 W. 6th St. - 372-2203 Little Rock, Ark. We honor your Diners, American Express and BankA me rice rd. I Do You l Remember? 50 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK The Guardian reported: Engelberg -- A branch of the Holy Name Society has been organized at St. John the Baptist Church by its pastor, Rev. A. G. Heringer, with the Mlowing charter members -- John Brodel, P.T. Brodel, Anton Hausman, Frank Hausman, Henry Koechner, Frank Koechner, Joseph Koechner, E.A. Layton, Jacob Liebhaber, Joseph B. Liebhaber, W.E. McClain, Herman Meier, William Osterkamp, Sol Pfeffer, Alphonse Pfeffer, J.J. Ryan, Charley Ryan, Frank Sparber, F.C. Steimel, Henry Throesch, Carl Throesch, Nick Turner, Tony Ungerank, Peter Zosse and Fred Steimel. 2S YEARS AGO THIS WEEK Tlbe Guardian relmrted: Conway - Diocesan Scout Chaplain Father Anthony Lachowsky, C.S.Sp., and Leo Halter are now making a tour of various Catholic Scout troops in the Diocese. The purpose of the inspection tour is to ascertiin how much progress has been made by the Scouts who are" eligible for the "Ad Altare Dei" award. On Saturday, a coffee for Mount graduates will be at 10 A.M. at the home of Mrs. Bonnie Hnnkapillar Coffield at 3301 Imperial Valley Drive, Little Rock. The men will get together at Burns Park at 1 P.M., probably for golf. Saturday night a formal dinner-dance will be held at the Sheraton Motor Inn. Cocktails will begin at 6:30 P.M. with dinner at 7:30 and dancing at 9. A family potluck picnic will be held at Burns Park at 5 P.M. Sunday, Aug. 11, to conclude the reunion. 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