Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 3, 1930 · Page 11
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trtiiHnf of «i* Soy Wtefafts of Slate* has ~^ r V> >¥ v •'*v • ..*. ' ..//: ['ahTa'tiro seholartWp tb laiiy td aft otttstaUd* EvaKio »^uui. Who has'a jfecotjj fol? hrtdisth in connecttdn with life gaVlhg. Like Hll other Bthplftrshifta offered IftrougK the Boy Scout* of AmeHcftv the Bctfflt ^ applying for the nmblar- ship may only, receive !{. wheft th.e local court of httnor or examining committee secures, Mi sudh manner as It <may determine Wise, -ffrbm thos* Who may be In a position to know from lieraonal Jmowiedge ( nbt/lh* Stout hihwelf^but the (Jafehts, school, em* ployer, {fastbr, Sunday school teacher, scoutmaster, member of his troop rOmmttUe v or otheVs, definite, eon- creta, satisfactory evidence that the scour-has, beside* having saved a life or- lives, actually put. into practice in his dally life the, ftleais and.prih- Clples'bf the scout oath and law, the motto, "Be Prepared" and the ."Dally Good turn*" He must have actually shows 1 marked patriotism, love of country, and be a scout Whose action Instills lii Others the desire to reap the rewards;of gobd>-citizenship* The scotit miiijt also have demonstrated leadership ability. • In every instance the evidence sub* •mttted ritor th-e applicant'must be, definite and specific. Actual hours of service, authentic figures,* deflrtlt* facts, not generalization of what .the scout has .done; must be 'given. The evidence Is to fee submlted by the scoutmaster or tro6p cbmmttteeman •or the; local court of honor and not by the scout. •••-.- '••'• . "if Other requirements; are that : , tne (scout be in attendance In school, ^grammar, high, or .night school for at least one yeart n> must be a scout •who has made marked advancement In' his school work, and hi* average of deportment and attendance fntlst be good. He must'be physically fit. . Any scout' mqy apply for the sohol- 'arshlp no matter What his year In 'school, scout officials have ruled, upon his completion of the high sfchool Work Or when he it ready to enter a college, trade school, art' school, l or sortie recognized Institution for' higher learning in his chosen profession, trade or art, which is proved and ap. proved by the local council, the schol? arshlp furtd Will be turned oVer to the scout. In case the .scout' winner of 'the scholarship does not enter a school before the age of 21, the 'money will aiitoWmtlclilly return to the fund. •in January, 1930, the- national court of honor of 'the Boy Scouts of America, announced that the first V;.F; : W. scholarship fund of $300 had been awarded Perry B. Piper, aged 17, of Sumner, 111. -fiWTAIN TO PLL INDIA REBELLION By FKANCIS LOW, Staff Correspondent. < BOJJBAY, May 3.—The-British government in India la determined to re• sist subversion of the law, Lord Ir- wln, viceroy of India, said in a reply 'to Hoslem leaders who appealed to him for a rapprochement with -Mahatma Gandhi. • •• • "They have rejected the Way of. r,ea- son in . favor of destructive methods .•which the government will combat trf the utmost," the viceroy aald of the civil,disobedience campaigners work- ingf undeif Gandhi'* direction. ^ •, . Close oh the heels of his reply, the k.viceroy issued another ordinance > in Feline with the tactics he proposed to pursue. The ordinance dissolves a special tribunal which was appointed to try twenty persons accused of conspiracy, terrorism and murder. . The ordinance, it was explained, woo designed, to prevent the accused .from adopting tactics which would hinder the operation of the law. Three , more anrests were reported from Lahore. The men 'were prominent leaders of thq national congress, 'Dr. Mahomed Alan, Dr. Satyapal, and Maulana Zafarli Kyan. The governor of Madras shortly will begin a move designed to bring- more harmony in the Indian political aitua- 'tlon. Invitations were dispatched to moderate leaders to meet htm In conference at his summer capital, Octaca- mund, to discuss the situation, .but members of the national congress were omitted from the invltatipn llftt, It was learned. ^ . . .- About a dozen Indian-owned newspapers have been affected by the government's press ordinance requiring posting of bond to guarantee, observance- of press restrictions oh independence propaganda. The papers are chiefly at Delhi, Calcutta and Lahore, acme of-them-English .and some vernacular. , ' Several newspapers refused to pay the security and others did not have sufficient.funds; Several have ceased publication as a protest against the ordinance. But It. was not believed there was any danger of qomplete cessation .of the native press, even temporarily.. There >are thousands of Indian and English. papers printed In vernacular. The main effect of the ordinance, apart from suspension of several papers, has beon'a milder tone in (he native press. The ordinance does, not affect foreign .newspapers, but foreign papers containing seditious matter may be proscribed under ordinary law. Platei Low A| $15 Have yfluV OecSyed -teett) taken otit with sleep air; one minute »fld they are no needle, ..ng.;**'' DR. STETLER, 4th floor doldichmld Bide.. 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