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Oklahoma Catholics Appeal For Tax-Pa,d School Bus Rides klahoma City IN:) Parents Mklwest City parochial ). Pupils have appealed lo klahoma Supreme Court tilow their children to ricle lie school buses, arguing ; their school performs a lie function and buses are the safety of tile youngsters. I a formal brief filed with COUrt, the parents asked a of a District Court de- Which stopped the "good )r" practice of carrying sell()()/ pupils on the City public school Stating that Midwest City is nletropolitan area, with ser- Won't YOU HELP Your DIOCESE AID the NEEDY YOur DISCARDS will SUpPort a TWO FOLD PrOgram  the CATH- OLIC YOUTH and the NEEDy who have little to SPend. h e need CLOTHING, OES, COATS and ATS for babies, chil. rlen, men and women. so DISHES, LINENS, etc. Help our YOUTH-- Uelp the NEEDY. Phone FI 2-8926 FR 4-8522, or uring your packages to Catholic Youth Clothing And Furniture Store 316 West 6th St. Little Rock ious traffic problems and many safety hazards, the parents' brief requested the court to "recognize tile right of Inde- pendent School District 52 to better provide for the safety needs of those childern who at- tend tim church-related school by permitting" them to ride the public buses. Ten Parents The brief argued for 10 par- ents whose children attend St. Philip Neri Catholic school in Midwest City. About 170 pupils of St. Philip Neri rode on pub- lic school buscs which were used by some 5,760 public school students daily. Oscar Rose, Midwest City public school superintendent, testified in lower courts that he permitted the parochial school children to ride as a "good neighbor policy." He said there was no variation from establisll- ed bus routes and no additional cost. However, the practice has been suspended after court up- held a challenge to the practice by John L. Antone. The 10 Cath- olic parents entered the case as co-defendants with the school board. The parents argued in their brief that if the practice were stopped permanently, they and their children would be the parties which would suffer. The brief noted that although the school is church-related, it has a curriculum meeting state requirements and therefore per- forms a public service. The beneficiaries of bus rides are not the school and the c.lmrch, but tile children, their parents and tile entire eonunun- ity, he said. Clear Relationship The brief stated that "it is clear thai. tile relationship be- tween the political and reli- gious forces in the community, all ol)erating within the same social structure, and oSten ser- ving concurrent or overlapping purposes, and drawing upon the salne basic hulnan resources and i)crsonnel, is a matter too iml)orlant and to() COml)lex to injudiciously lump together all aid to church-related schools as unconstitutional. "Church relaled institutions can be aided, but only when (hey. render a service or per- form a function ,;crying the gen- eral welfare of the people of tile State of Oklahoma," the hrief asserted. Cited was a 1946 case in which tim Oklahoma high court ruled that govermnent fund payments could be madc to an orphan' home, even though it was a church-rclated institu- tion, on the basis that "the state is fulfilling a duty to needy children." The com't held in that case, Murrow Indian Orphans' llome NEED A HOME? Charles Daniel-- District Manager for Better Built Homes recommends 6420 New Benton Highway, Little Rock  For SHELLLIVABLE--OR FINISHED HOMES .[ E LIVED IN oNE ALL MY l L] . AND FOR ,SHELLS YOU| .--.  BEAT BETTER BUILT !l ,l e_rested in buying'a BETTER BUIL} ,,,.. u Would like more information (No )e )nl" ease have a rep resentative call TJ JD' ,, ,[' .i3 I have a clear deed to my I%mihk. Announcement " :i:- COLLEGE  AND ....  UNIVERSITY  STUDENTS In accordance with Dioc. esan regulations, Catholic students (married and single) from the Diocese of Little Rock enrolling in any non. Cafltolic college or university MUST REPORT TO THE PRIEST IN CHARGE OF STUDENTS OR THE PAS. TOR OF THE PARISH IN; WHICH THE COLLEGE OR; UNIVERSITY IS LOCATED', AS SOON AS POSSIBLE', AFTER ARRIVAL BUT IN'. N0 CASE MORE THAN THREE DAYS AFTER REGISTRATION AT THE SCHOOL. Catholic students attend- ing the University of Arkan- sas must observe the special instructions printed below. Albert L. Fletcher Bishop of Little Rock Catholic students (married or single) enrolling for the Fall semester at the Univer.: sity of Arkansas MUST REG.; ISTER AT THE CATHOLIC I CENTER, DOUGLAS AT', LEVERETT STREET, FAY-', ETTEVILLE, ON WEDNES. DAY, THURSDAY OR FRI- DAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 13 and 14 BETWEEN 9:00 A.M.? AND 4:30 P.M., 6:30 AND 9:30 P.M. All students, new students as well as those who were in attendance last year, must register during these hours. SPECIAL REGISTRATION FOR NEWMAN FOUNDA- TION CLASSES DURING ABOVE HOURS. CLASSES BEGIN WEEK OF SEPTEM- BER 23RD FOR TWELVE:) WEEKS. Rev. John C. O'Dwyer, Director Newman Foundation University of Arkansas Beginning September 11. the Catholic students of any school at the University of', Arkansas Medical Center will meet on the second and feurth Tuesdays of every month at 7:15 P.M. in the chapel of St. Vincent Infirm.l ary. Rev. John J. Mulligan St. John's Seminary v. Childers, that lhe sectarian nature of the home did not "in- validate the l)ropriety of the aid to tile orphans," aecordihg to the brief. The orphans' home ease fol- lowed by five years the famed Oklahoma case of Gurney v. Ferguson, in whicil tile Su- preme Court of tile state held that bus transportation of paro- chial students violated the' state constitution. THE GUARDIAN AUGUST I O, 1962--3" O Church in Spain Limits Work to Moral Sphere Valencia, Spain, (E) -- T he Church in Spain will oppose at all times any state activity deemed morally harmful to Catholics, the Archbishop of Valencia has asserted. But the clergy has no desire "to command in Spain" and neither does the Church seek "political opportunity" for the application of its social doc- trines, Archbishop Marcelino Olaechea Loizaga of Valencia said in a pastoral letter. The letter, which drew a distinction between the activi- ties of the Church on the one hand and the State on the other, came in the wake of con- tinued Catholic efforts to pro- mote social justice principles based on papal encyclicals. And it followed by only a few weeks the strike in northern Spain in which 100,000 workers were in- volved. The Holy See, in a letter sent at thc end of July to the Na- tional Congress of Young Chris- tian Workers (YCW) here, had called for increased promotion of the Church's social teach- ings. On July 14 the Bishops of Spain urged in a letter issued on the first anniversary of the 1)ublication of the encyclical Mater et Magistra that labor, management and the govern- ment draw on Christian princi- ples in working for a more dignified life for all people. Tlle encyclical itself, consid- ered a blueprint for social progress, was widely publicized during the workers' strike that began last April. It was made clear, however, in June by five Bishops of dio- ceses affected by the strike that they had never ordered their priests to preach sermons in behalf of the strikers. Following the curbing of the strike, it 'was disclosed that several militant Catholic work- ers had been placed under de- tention or deported from Spain during the strike. It is in the light of these events that the Archbishop of Valencia's letter is regarded as clearing the air of erroneous assumptions about the specific role of the Church in relation to the State. Archbishop Olaechea s a i d that "priests do not now com- mand nor ever did wish to com- mand in Spain, or anywhere, except in the field of their di- vine mission and in no otherY "'Look For The Sure Sign Of Flavor . . . The BIG RED CHEKMARK. , - When You Shop For Milk, Ice Cream or Other Fine Dairy Products And Get COLEMAN QUALITY CHEKD.. there's no finer quality anywhere." 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