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THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 7, 1974 PAGE 3 What's Happening News and World Report, foremost news mag- azine, recent- ly reported that, despite so-called "de- tente" and disarmament talks, the Sov- iet Union has finally ex- the United States in the ber of land and sea atomic estimates now indicate Russia has 1,500 In- Ballistic Missiles the SS-9 type, capable of payloads several greater than U.S. missiles: And these backed up by about 900 missiles and around 500 missiles. the USSR has building around 10 Polaris- nuclear-powered sub- each year, while the atomic fleet is fixed at 41 Besides this, while has stopped updating planes, the Soviets with supersonic swing-wing called the "Backfire." should keep these s in mind when the election- Congress begins the of paring the nation's budget in favor of lestic aid and welfare They should realize, that 55 per cent of the budget now goes into for our troops. And this with 43 per cent 10 ago. Americans like it or the U.S. will either keep with Russia militarily or face a time when this will not even have let alone hardware, Soviet strength. The Americans must ask is whether estic aid and welfare or military ess will d more to the future of their in a free and United States. pite what American leaders and most in- Americans would like Vorld to be, there is no the fact of what it is. Russia is still deter- ed to attain world and nothing but military strength can keep of the atheistic com- Here and There Around the Diocese JACKSONVILLE Forty-nine children and adults received the Sacrament of Confirmation from His Ex- cellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald in St. Jude the Apostle Church here May 21. Those confirmed-were Darrin Bregard, Gary Bregard, Gerry Bregard, Michelle Bregard, Judi Fine, Karen Williams, Kevin Williams, Kevin Myers, Donna Underwood, Gloria Benson, Carl Duvall, John Collins, Brenda Jenson, Anna Fata, Anna Sanderson, Gloria Jones, Hellen Tucker, Susan Mahla, Lisa Zipfel, Karen Zipfel, Trubie Privitera, Vic- toria Privitera, Mary Calhoun, Susan Boyd, Kenneth King, Sandra Boyd, Craig Boyd, Patsy Boyd, Hedy Sisson, Angilina Privitera, John Privitera, Vera Privitera, Trubie Privitera, .Richard Dickinson, Robert Dickinson, Roxanna Romontio, Paul Romontio, Nina Romontio, Janie Thornburg, Ralph Draper, John Roach, Steven Smith, Sherry Tucker, Margaret Shea, Theresa Stevens, Scott Steward, Walter Smith, Teresa Smith and Roger Keisen. MARYLAKE Father Ralph Reyes, O.C.D. of the Marylake Novitiate of the Discalced Carmelite Fathers will conduct a Day of Recollection during a meeting of the Third Order of Carmel munist conspiracy in a mood for talk and trade. "Detente" is a euphemism for unilateral disarmament. here this Sunday, June 9. Mass at 9 A.M. will be followed by several conferences with dialogue. Tertiaries will carry casseroles, salads and desserts to the meeting for a potluck dinner. Benediction will con- clude the meeting at 4 P.M. Guests will be welcome RUSSELLVILLE Miss Carol Jo Wofford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Wofford of Russellviile was one of 28 graduates at May 23 com- .... mencement exercises of the University of Arkansas ,. School of Health Related Professions in Little Rock. She completed the Dental Hygiene program. Carol Jo is a communicant of St. John's Church. She attended Arkansas Tech before entering the dental hygiene school. She is now employed in Russellville. I,ITTI,E ROCK The Catholic Business Women of Greater Little Rock will hear Mrs. Willie Oates make a presentation on "Hats" at their dinner meeting at 6:15 P.M. Monday, June 10 at the Hotel Sam Peck. MORRILTON The annual picnic of St. Elizabeth's parish at the foot of Petit Jean Mountain will be held tomorrow, June 8: Proceeds will be applied to various charities and to help finance a proposed parish hall. Homemade spaghetti, Italian sausage, salad and homemade bread and pies will be served from 5:30 to 8 P.M. Adult supper tickets will be $3, children's $1.50. A mid- way will feature a variety of games. A teen dance will begin at 8:30 P.M. STUTTGART Sixteen sixth grade students, completing their final year at Holy Rosary School, received certificates of achievement from their pastor, Father John A. Janesko, during Mass June 2 in Holy Rosary Church. All 16 participated. The four SEE AnouND ON PAGE 4 Congratulations To JACK HARRIS DAIRY PRODUCTS Congratulations Woody's Catering Service Inc. North Little Rock, Ark. We Sincerely Congratulate Mr. Jack Harris I}alton & Ellen Degey, and Employees of DAILEY'S OFFICE SUPPLY Little Rock J.H. Hamlen & Son, Inc. 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