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PhJE 6 THE' GUARDIAN, AUGUST 13, 1982 J Loretta Longinotti Blue Hill IGA Grocery Fund-Raising Plan Offers Both Enjoyment and Profit Fun in fund-raising and profit too are the promises Loretta Barbarotto Longinotti makes to those who par- ticipate in her enterprises. A year ago, Mrs. Longinotti's daughter-in-law, Sharon Longinotti, obtained the franchise in Monroe, La., for S & H fund-raising and offered her a chance to be one of four Arkansas represen- tatives. BLUE HILL GARAGE & MOBIL SERVICE STATION Phone 851-9916 (Wrecker Service) Phone 851-1575 10501-10505 Conwoy Hwy., N.L.R., Ark. OPEN SUNDAYS Mr. & Mrs. Carl Zajac, Owners By Joyce Dillingham School parent-teacher organizations, pep clubs, CYO groups, Girl and Boy Scouts have been motivated by Mrs. Longinotti to be salesmen for their respective clubs. Products offered to be sold are name brand candies, cookies, kitchen gadgets and assorted gift items, edible and non-edible. As an added inducement for the sellers, S & H will be able to obtain at cost bonus prizes such as radios, stereos or additional premiums for teachers and parents. There is a guarantee of 45 per cent profit on all sales. Schools Free of Taxes Washington (NC) -- The Archdiocese of Washington's parochial school system need not pay unemployment taxes for its employees, the District of Columbia Court of Appeals ruled. The decision, which overturned a ruling by the District of Columbia Department of Employment Services, favored the position of the archdiocese, represented in the name of Archbishop James A. Hickey, J * PoMage *Acme Boots * Hush Puppies in the dispute. On May 26, the U.S. OWNERS- Tile Bland Boys Supreme Court ruled that parochial schools do not have to pay the unemployment  compensationta xes. " In the Washington case, archdiocesan attorneys YOU'RE INSURED .. }? "'si,,., 195s" 0IHAROIN & WILSON. INC. .,# YlG,,,,p,r, -- Jmuran, 1501 N. Pierce- Hillside Bldg. Phone 664-0204 HOWARD HARDIN LARRY WILSON Sir Loin00 gnn sTEAK HoUsE and RED COAT TAVERN AARON ROss Owner: YES! WE'RE THE ONLY STEAK HOUSE THAT HAS SHRIMP ON THE SALAD BAR I Three blocks west of the North Little Rock Holiday Inn. OPEN: 5:30 to 10:00 P.M., MAN.0 thru THURS. 5:30 to 11:00 P.M., FRI & SAT. argued that because the school system's lay em- ployees work for church schools, the earlier Em- ployment Services' decision entailed state intervention in church affairs. An archdiocesan attorney said the archdiocese this September would institute its own unemployment fund for its approximately 1,500 lay employees. The court decision left uncertain whether the ar- chdiocese could regain from the government the money it has paid in unemployment taxes for the last three years. The archdiocese is expected to try to regain that money. In the Supreme Court decision, which settled a case brought by a Lutheran church in South Dakota, the court ruled that church-sponsored schools cannot be required to pay unemployment com- pensation taxes. The Supreme Court's ruling ended a six=year dispute on whether parochial schools should pay the unemployment taxes. I _1'. " B" rams r,m I j qw e.. ,.,.t--mj Michelob Light No. I GARRISON AVE. FT. SMITH, ARK. 72901 501-782-3511 782-7159 Budweiser. MtCHELOR I , i I BUSCH. A native of Smaekover, Mrs. Longinotti has been active in the business com- munity in Little Rock since 1948. She attributes her success to the Toastmasters Club which encouraged her to participate in public speaking and gave her self- confidence. Her enthusiasm comes from her belief in the quality of both the goods and the service her organization gives to all fund-raisers. Sharon Longinotti, a Catholic convert, has en- couraged her mother-in-law to contribute a certain per- eentage of their profits to their parish churches. Mrs. Longinotti is a member of Our Lady of Good Counsel parish and is presently serving on the Parish Council and as a Eucharist Minister. Sharon is the wife of Pat Longinotti, a 1974 graduate and football star of Catholic High School in Little Rock, who is now coaching in West Monroe Junior High. Other children are Laura, Lisa Rutherford (Mrs. Randy) and Michael, an 8th-grade student at Good Counsel. Mrs. Longinotti will welcome telephone inquiries about fund-raising projects, she said. MASSANELLI'S Laundry & I ALTERATIONS -oh 226 UNION- DOWNTOWN JON[$BoITH Z- ADELE MASSANELLI, Owner (Ap ." "_-_-_. -_-_. -_. -.. -_-_. -_. -.. -,.. -.. -_. -_. -.. -_-_-_-_. R T E R In of pu WE Want To Be At You Next FuflldVlonda FEATURING 6(Mon ,, 27 ( Mo Real Choco| ! 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