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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 18, 1982 $11,871 Is To Burses' Fu A.C. TAYLOR & SON SERVICE CENTER Over 41 years and still the largest & best PROMPT ROAD SERVICE AUTOMATIC CAR WASH STATE INSPECTION STATION TUNE UPS - REPAIRS - BATTERIES TIRES g ACCESSORIES 501 No. Greenwood g E. St. Ft. Smith 782-7526 Albert Porta's MALT SHOP SPECIAL NOON LUNCHES Your Favorite Beverage Ph. 783-2639 Ft. Smith 3315 Grand Ave. Take Grand Exit Off of 540 BOB'S SUNNYMEDE DRIVE IN "Home of the Big 3516 North "O" St. Bob Burger" Homemade Chili & BOB SCHWARTZ Onion rings 783-9231 Burns Flower Shop ! PHONE 783-0223 619 SOUTH 14th STREET FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS ! "Bring In Any of Our Competitors Ads and We'll Match Their Prices Over 50 Years ! Service in Ft. Smith I ,.o. o , Little Rock -- A total of $11,871.96 was donated to diocesan burses during the months of April and May to help finance the education of men for the holy priesthood. Donations in April totalled $11,176.96 and in May, $695. The largest donation was $5,000 in a burse opened in memory of Harry Richter. Another large sum received was $2,500 from the estate of Father Thomas Reynolds, raising his burse total to $2,750. St. John's Seminary was remembered by Susan Cannon. In settling her estate, she designated interest of $1,526.96 to be used for the education of diocesan seminarians. A new burse was started honoring Msgr. F.X. Murphy by the ladies in the Chancery office with a $110 donation. Miss Mary Frances Forte's burse received $600, now totalling $2,455.77. A $500 donation to the Harry and Annie Jacklin burse raised it to $4,500. Other donations were: The N'S Hard to Find I Records& Tapes I CHRISTIAN BOOK STORE 1613 Dodson, Fort Smith, Ark. Sandra and Carl Martinous 783-9227 Rosaries, Medals, 783-3910 Crucifixes, etc. INVESTORS REALTY 1703 Rogers Ft. Smith, Ark. 785-2851 Nick Nolte Bob Nolte 452-4510 SERVING FORT SMITIi 782-5092 AND SURROUNDINC, AREA I I I [ I I ARKANSAS VALLEY INSURANCE 615 Garrison Ave. Ft. Smith CLARENCE M. SHARUM JIM PRYOR JERRY HUNT Home -Auto - Life - Business- Phone 783-1114 Barnes-Marko Famil burse, $100, $2,497.94; Albert Fletcher burse. $1 memory of Frank and $5 in memorv of W. Thompson. $5,087," Father Gaston Hebert burse, $100 an anniversary gift Christopher and $100 Father's Day gift Christopher, $3,840. St. Jude's burse, $5 $3,002.20; Knights Columbus of Pine Bluff, memory of the Leslie Cornelius Leas Family, Father James P. burse, $25, $6,027.20; CE. McTamney burse, $1,000; Msgr. James O'Connell burse, $10 and $10,720. Delores Shrader Jeanne Gallucci burse, $3,726; Unassigned $150 and $50, $12,631.57; Keany burse, $30, $4, Father Joseph Lauro $30, $4,135. Msgr. B. Francis burse, $200, $14,363.23; James P. McDonnell $25, $6,052; Father Micek burse, $100, $1,275, Father James Nugent $30, $5,930. Burse funds are invested the diocese and the and dividends are toward the education of for the Arkansas Donations should be se0t Msgr. James E. Endowment Director, Box 7565, Little Arkansas 72217. Arkansans Plod In Photo Conte sl St. Louis, Mo. -- Arkansans won prizes in annual national Knights of America contest. Kathryn Vorster of took first place in the black-and-white division her photo, "End of a Winter." Others were Danny smeier, Morrilton, with "Reflection -- Give this day our daily bread,' David Vorster, Subiaco, with "What! You want e pose again! ", both in the 1' color division, and Kordsmeier, Morrilton, in 10-13 color category "Monkey Island." Hop Over To 3000 GRAND AVENUE PHONE 783-6427 FOGT SMITH Fort Smith's Widest Selection of Wines and Cordials. DAVE PARKER Owner Phone 782-3663 4000 Rogers Avenue Fort Smith AMPLE PARK Easy access to drive in window. Wide aisles for easieF shopping.