WEDNESDAYS DECEMBER '22, 1937 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE -L-. v "I See Your Hand, Doctor!" ;i California Tribunal Joins ,. U. S. Court Against Unforced Salute BY JOHN A.HUOTT United Hress SlaiY Correspondent SACRAMENTO. Calif.. Dec, 21 (UP)- Another ease in the scries which frcm tijne to time 1ms upset educational circles throughout (he country, wherein children arc ox- l>e)led for refusal to salute the United Stales fla^ on religious prounds. has boon decided here by the Third District Court of Appeal. The court. In vvlii'-h Faovamento beard of education officials ttp- l">aled from an adverse dcelsi&n In the county Superior Court, ruled tint Charlotte Gabrelli. 10-year- rld pupil in an elemenlnry school, does not have lo salute the fla» Charlotte, with her father. Is a member of Jehovah's Witnesses, n religious denomination whose ten- \ ets forbid pledges of allegiance to any other nower than that of God Child Stood Mult The child was impelled after slu stcod passive vvliile her classmate? filnled llf (l<i'» and rennated UK oath of allegiance, a custom followed in most of tills city's schools In affirming the trial court's verdict, which upheld a writ of mandate ordering the girl's readmission to school, the Appellate Court said: "No question of morality, disobedience «r improper conduct wert involved, but only a single qiieslior of standing mute while other pupils saluted the nag and repeated the oath of allegiance." The board of education. Ihc cour further held, acted In nrbilrar> fashion in expelling the girl. A unanimous decision of thre justices set forth a "couscientiou. conviction" to which the girl wa fullv entitled under the Slate an Federal constitutions, prevente her from saluting th e flag. An additional point was the dc fensc attorney's contention, sus tallied by the court, that specific legislative enactment com pelled ther action; it merely ha pained the force of, law throu; custom, be said. Not Religious Ceremony The opinion agreed with tl school board that saluting the fla is not, a religious ceremony. They were in accord with decisions of Massachusetts, Georgia and New Jersey on this issue. In each of KROGERs HGGLY W1GGLY STORES Thurs, & FrL MERRY CHRISTMAS Thurs. & Fri. Wo wish fur out 1 fmT.ds nml nislmm'i's a Mi-cry CliriKlnms uiul it lliipjiy New Your, Thmiks for the splen- MiiriliV'MwHiiBi'rs" Jiu-k Vu'rlcW, Clmrley l-'loccni-c. Grocery MamiRcrs: Mlk« Simon, Parker Casaidy. 4-Point Blue Ribbon .A"*. '"•-. V' ' Swift's Premium Hali or Whole lb.27jc Ib. 27c OYSTERS What a Christmas this one Is going to be for Prank Chnbina, 19, of New Orleans! His is one J)t ail-that of restored sight. When the surgeon removed the bandngcs from Franks Select Pt. BACON Sliced MINCE MEAT Lb. CHEESE, Lb. Standard Pt. • 15c I Fro* — I Pork Shoulder 22c I Lb.15c whose vision had been threatened by blindness because of lime dust burns. ncliicllng the Iblrd verse. 20th •haptcr of Exodus (Tlioti shall •ave no other gods before Me), in support of their contention that •heir objection to Hie flag salute is jased solely on religious scruples. Hijlicr Court Killing Sought The local issue 1ms not been sct- l ,led. however. Tlie Echool superintendent said he would recommend that the city appeal the decision' o the Stale Supreme Court. "I'm not criticizing the decision." ic said. "I merely want to see the bitig through." Meanwhile, at Philadelphia, n federal court made virtually the .line ruling. Judge Albert B. Marts handed down the decision in the case of Lillian and William Gobitis. who were e,t|»lled from the Minersville, ruled the pupils were not obliged to salute the flag unless the school board could prove their refusal was detrimental to.public welfare. through its rocky formations before it Irecame ft desert. Best Compound, Lb. stances '' under, the same circujn-"'Tlie Oobitis family also belongs - the "sect of JehovahV Witnesses. Tfle 'oah'foriiia court polritcTl "Cifcrty of concience means out. 'however, that in all these liberty^ for each "'dividual to de- states the fla? salute was manda- cklc for Inniself what to him is tory under legislative enactment. | religious." Judge Mans said Jehovah's Witnesses rely heavily Although he did not order_lhe on several passages from the Bible, children reinstated. Judge Queensland Kcduces Crime BRISBANE (UP) — Crime is on the decrease in Queensland, Australia's tropical state. In 1932' on out of every 2.015 Inhabitants was n jail. 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