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PAGE ! 2 THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 3, 1969 Ex.Lawyer, Diplomat Elected Benedictine Abbot Madrid, Spain (NC) -- A former diplomat and lawyer has been elected abbot of the Benedictine We Wonder... • • . why so many Americans think the United States should disarm when atheistic com- munism has been taking control of the earth's land area at the rate of 2,000 square miles per day since the Russion revolution• abbey of the Holy Cross in the Valley of the Fallen, a memorial city 30 miles north of here. He is Abbot Luis Maria de Lojendio, 61, who joined the Ben- edictine Order in 1960 after a long career in law and diplomacy. He is the author of a commentary on St. Paul's epistles, which has been translated into several languages. He was for many years head of the information office of the Span- ish ministry of foreign affairs• After joining the Benedictines he was made prior of the abbey of San Salvador in Leyre, Navarre. The Valley of the Fallen is a memorial city dedicated to the victims of the civil war in 1936- 1939• Built by Chief of State Gen• Francisco Franco, it includes a church carved in the live rock, the abbey, a large cemetery and pilgrim halls• I FOREST HEIGHTS Infants and Childrens Ready-To-Wear 5701 Kavanaugh - MO 3-6357 I Misses & Juniors Read.v -To-Wear mini ]vumas MO 3-7N4 SHOPPING CENTER • . . in the Heart of Holy Souls Parish. FREE PARKING--FRIENDLY SERVICE . . . EVERYTHING for ALL the FAMILY in this CONVENIENT one-stop SHOPPING CENTER! AMERICANJRITY IAVINOll AND LOAN AIIIOCIATION Open Saturday 9 AM - 12 Cantrell & Grant - MO 4-4111 Little Rock, Ark. THE yARN MART 5717 Kavanaugh MO 6-6505 Little Roch, Ark. iw You. CLOTHES ARI NOT BIGOMINO TO YOU TH SHOU II COMINO TO US •, . BOSHEARS CLEANERS LAUNDRY • CLNINO . mTORAO[ MO.Aw 4.memo nell KAVANAUOM I II i KAVANAUGH PHARMACY * FREE DELWERY * 5008 Phone Kavanaugh MO 4.3844 *CENTRAL ARKANSAS AGENCi" "Complete Insurance Service" 1807 N. 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"BUD" HEWlTT, Owner EVERY BANKING SERVICE "The Saturday Bank" PULASKI HEIGHTS BANK Grant at Kavanaugh • Member FDIC I I Guardian Subscriptions Make Excellent Gifts MARY & GREER LILE Phowgraphs 5508 Kavanan MO 6-'b09 Memorable Days at St. Augustine's Volleyball champions in both season and tournament play girls, above, from St. Augustine's School, North Little Rock. competed with teams from all parochial schools of Greater] Rock in a league sponsored by the Catholic Interracial They won the trophies being displayed• The coach, Cabrini, S,C.C., is almost hidden in the back row• Students of St. Augustine's School, North Little Rock, new American flag presented to their school by the North Rock Courtofthe Catholic Daughters of America. Institute Set Un Retirement ,)f Priests New Orleans (NC)-- The Nation- al Conference of Catholic Char- ities, through its directors of char- ities and its Commission on Aging, will hold a Pioneer Institute on Planning for Pre-Retlrement and Retirement for Priests, at the Jung Hotel here, Jan. 20-29. A parallel institute on retire- ment patterns for nuns was held in the spring• The institute will consider the issues of mandatory and volun- tary retirement of priests and their continued status in the Church, as well as such practical aspects of retirement as possible varieties of living arrangements, financial needs and funding, psychological preparation for retirement, and the contributions and potential of re- tired priests• Preparation for the institute in- cluded a grass roots survey on questions of importance to all priests in all age brackets in two religious orders and five dioceses embracing a cross section of rural and metropolitan areas. The planning committee was drawn from among the directors Keep Current READ The Guardian Many Jews Re Leaving Poland Bonn, Germany (NC) -- of the steady emigration! from Poland, the ish problem" ly be solved, according to slavian newspaper. The Belgrade daily ported that 100 Jews daily, emigrating mainly The paper claimed of anti-Semitism in cent months more than 25,000 Jews living in requested and have been permission to leave• of Catholic Charities, the Federation of Priests' members of the NCCC sion on Aging, the pital Association, and coordinate diocesan programs. The chairman is Msgr. Michelin, director of the Natchez-Jackson a member of the Aging. The institute will be all interested in the retire Further information tained from Sister National Conference of Charities, 1346 Connectie Washington, D.C., 20036. We Wond • . how many written to to tell him what they administration.