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FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1961 IC THE OBSERVER Scores for U. S' Aid Schools NEW YORK -- (NC) -- The,ing with an act whose sole pur-,dren is given an added advan- American Civil Liberties Union ipose is to aid public schools, not has urged congress to reject an]give them an extraneous advan- amendment to the federal aid to tage in comparison with private education bill which would base schools," the Civil Liberties Un- state fund allocations on theiriion said. total school enrollment. I The ACLU said it saw no "civ- The ACLU said this allocation,il liberties objection" in the fact formula, under which private: that federal aid restricted to school children would be Counted public schools would put them in in when a state's share of aid is a better position in relation to determined,' but counted ant private schools than if there ~hen the money is distributed, were no such aid. would be "discrimination." But, it added, "we believe that there is discrimination if the rage, by getting more aid for each public school child that it would get if the state had a relatively low percentage of pri- vate school children." The ACLU repeated its opposi- tion to grants or loans to church run schools, on the grounds that they would violate separation of church and state "But we also want to prevent, in the use of public funds for public schools, any arrangement PAGE 9 Fashion Show Will Benefit Youth Group BUFFALO, N. Y. -- (NC)--A Catholic newspaper and a de- partment store will sponsor a fashion show here to help fi- nance local participation in the 1961 convention of the National Council of Catholic Youth. The convention will be held in Buffalo November 9 to 12. It will include t h e NCCY's CYO (teenage) and Young Adult see- :ions. The Catholic Union and Echo, diocesan newspaper, and Sam- which discriminates .against the; AN HONOR GRADUATE--Pascualito, a young Maehuaca In- The controversial allocation, 3ublic school system of a state parents Of children who attend ple Shops, Inc,will cosponsor dian of Peru, is a graduate of the institute for the blind, deaf formula was made part of the iwhich has a relatively high per such ieligiotls schools -- amongI the fashion show on September and dumb conducted by Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate senate passed aid to education Conception at Lima. When he arrived at the institute he did not bill by amendment. It has been centage of private school chil- other private schools," it said. 13. Members and advisors of know a word of Spanish. Now, as the two Sisters take him home, approved by the house commit- ~e diocesan Catholic Y u t. h he can read, write and play the accordion. When he was baptiz- tee on education and~labor urgamzatlon an~ ~ o 11 c ed, at the Shrine of St. Rose of Lima, Peru's Minister of Educa- The A'~LU r e- ha h" f "' xoung ~auhs t~luo wm mane1 t~ u g a tt t e uu fashions at the event lion was ms goulatner ~NU pnotol - house knock the forrr~ula out of The idea for the event orl~ma- the aid bill when it votes on it t . . ted with Thomas R Brennan, ~lEdlted by the Jesuit Clerncs of -THEY WERE HAPPY, Father . . " " Senator Urffes Strict OlselDhne it made ~ts appeal m lettersIof West Baden ColleaeIwas ha~'"'' Wh-" F~+h~r9 ^ advertising manager c.f the Un- It made public here to Reps. John ~' I art is~'a"y" ;t " h ~t~ ~ " ~ ion and Echo. ~t HARTFORD Conn --(NC)--W McCormack of Massachu-lA ~ = [p y pa y; e aa seen A ran . good parties before Well he ~;Pr~T [A u S Senator told Catholic setts and Charles A. Halleck tit V I I /llhhllJll/ " " Indiana ~h"~ h"u~ ma%rP" ~" ] ,/ iwas lust nappy amour ~t, that's n ,-,- ^ I . lyouths that they will have to minorit-~leader~~ The lette'~s] The newcomers had come inlall. Nothing had been plannedi i,PKI~I~YUK/ I ~-:~--- "-,-'- -- I discipline themselves physical-r Y. ~" ~ lout of the cold They werelyet it had all gone so well. Of : l,**~-,~,~A,- -,-,~r ,~,I were written oy z~Lu execum e ' [ urs her h n n ~ rKpt/~11,~ /ll.C %,~ t. 'n ' greeted warmly hands w e r e.coe, t e ad bee o good ~ .~ ~[ly, mentally and morally to Wl ;director Patrmk Murphy Mahn. [ ' . ,' k : ] ~ ~2 :~ ~f I ] - -'- -"--:--'[the battle against world cam-I The ACLU said counting alll~2~:n ,~e;r~22~"e22t::~uct;;ns.i~ta; n wn~ ~t 2:o~UJ;2r~yna::(i I i~! :~ ~::~!~