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August 13, 1982

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THE GUARDIAN, AUGUST 13, 1982 PAGE 11 Plans to Send Petition Backing Tuition Tax to Solons ..- The Catholic At its 39th biennial con- Freedom and the Daughters tuition tax credit: .writer the Americas vention held here, the CDA of Isabella in a drive for --Would be given for tuition ltUmmitted them- announced it is joining a passage of President at any private, tax-exempt, obtaining one- coalition composed of the Reagan&apos;s Educational Op- elementary and secondary d_ Inatures on a National Catholic Education portunity and Equity Act. school which does not U it fae President and Association, the Knights of id#S in support of Columbus, the National Father Thomas Gallagher, discriminate on the basis of '--ix Credits for Council of Catholic Women, speakingon behalf of theplan, race; fSl)npublicschools. Citizens for Educational told members of CDA the --Would give one-half of the AI/ESTARK BARBER COLLEGE Q j/igate Th s Clean Interesting Profession Io .... eone you know 'have e ...... iously considered lg a Barber or Hair Stylist and haven't really followed up IotiY not check into it now & see if y ..... capable for this V lion. We will be taking calls for enrollment starting 12:00 ltil 3:00 p.m. every day except weekends. B tNERS: ROGER HUCKEY & JEFF STANLEY 1 CLASSES FOR MEN & WOMEN P Phoenix ACROSS FROM THE MALL 1 Fort Smith 646-3014-3043 C tuition paid, with a maximum of $500 per child, being phased in at maximums of $100 in 1983, $300 in 1984 and $500 in 1985; --Would be given in full only to families whose adjusted gross income is under $50,000 1001 N. 3rd Fort Smith, Arkansas Telephone 501-785-4411 Fort Smith Chair Co. per year and would phase out entirely at the $75,000 income level; and --Would not constitute federal financial assistance to the schools and would not enable the government to dictate policy. 00IIOLE00ml00nll Check Our Complete Line Of School Supplies 3610 GRAND 783-5171 FORT SMITH THE BANK FOR THE 80s. nilk i:ogers Lowell Member CDIC Scott Supply Co. of Ark., Inc. 105 N. Sprin! Street Springdale, Ark. 72764 R & SON aL Bob ] 00!evrolet.Cadlllac Co.I 1400 S. Division mi 511 Wilson Street Phone 932-3626 coo ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Licensed and Bonded 0o0 Jonesboro, Arkansas 72401 The Farmers and Merchants Bank of Stuttgart .............. FOR PEOPLE LIKE YOU" ii" McNulEt Funeral Home "To Serve As We Would Be Served" Conway, Arkansas That's all you have to say. 'I'|I('IISI('sl ,, ;l lo f.'l lJlct' IIIl;t |lO|)tl];tl" lllltJFll]\\; I)l'(' I'(I hg|ll b('tq" I Io Jtl,l ' I . N t " I You'll gel a gr(,;ll)lghl bt''r  lib J rcfrc:-,hlrll2 Ilh' l|l-tt or|Ix C<)lllt', I1"0111 [llllg ll;lltll'4 '', hllt'?,l Itlgt''(Jf('lllt',, ItlSI like lhc latw[ '..;'. , ,'l) II('Xl I I111(' Ill,ill' II ('lNll'r (Ill)* Otll''l[ dllil tl,t' (itlr IIICklKIlIII' tlUl'll tllhelll'l'-Illl'h N*ZI|III'I| I,ighl. OTTO LIENHART, INC. 204 WEST RAILROAD MOR R I LTON, ARKANSAS c,Mansour's Department Store Mansour's Shoe Store 302 Main Street Lake Village, Arkansas Telephone 265-2011 "Southeast Arkansas'Finest" , I F.(.. ZIEGLER CO. - THE SIGN OF QUALITY - D OVER FIFTY YEARS - RELIGION TEXT DEPOSITORY FOR ARCHDIOCESE OF OKLAHOMA CITY AND DIOCESE OF TULSA - DISTRIBUTOR FOR WILL AND BAUMER CANDLE CO. - DISTRIBUTOR FOR GUASTI SACRAMENTAL WINE - COMPLETE LINE OF RELIGIOUS ARTICLES, BOOKS AND 0 0 D BIBLES call TOLL FREE 1-800-331-4117 I :X 415 EAST 12 t xh - T U L SA, O K:::::: LA H O:::::  74120 - pH O c::: N E (91:: 8!