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Salute the flag

Etta May Smith

Salute the flag

by Etta May Smith

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Published by A. Whitman & company in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Flags -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Illustrated lining-papers in colors.

      Statementby Etta May Smith, pictured by Lucille Wallower.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCR113 .S52
      The Physical Object
      Pagination30, [2] p.
      Number of Pages30
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6425165M
      LC Control Number41025783
      OCLC/WorldCa1813551

      Salute the flag Contributor Names Graef, Elizabeth. Graef, F. S. (Frances Savin) (lyricist) Created / Published , monographic. Book/Printed Material I Belong To Uncle Sam Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. Staff notation. Salute the flag Contributor Names Paul, William -- active (composer) Created / Published Book/Printed Material Analysis and critical interpretation of the Hebrew text of the book of Genesis, Also available in digital form.

      Another signal is given; every pupil gives the Flag the military salute—right hand lifted, palm downward, to a line with the forehead and close to it. Standing thus, all repeat [the Pledge] together, slowly. At the words, ‘to my Flag,’ the right hand is extended gracefully, palm upward, towards the Flag, and remains in this gesture till. Flag Salute Cases: Within a span of four years, the U.S. Supreme Court took two different stands on whether disciplining students who refused to salute the American flag violated their First Amendment rights of Freedom of Speech and religion. In Minersville School District v. Gobitis, U.S. , 60 S. Ct. , 84 L. Ed. (), the.

      He is known as the “Saluting Marine” for a salute he has held in Washington D.C. at the annual POW/MIA event now to be known as Rolling to Remember for the past 19 years. The AMVETS brought Chambers on as their National Spokesperson in Chambers has become a household name with various interviews on television and in print.   It wasn't , , or even when Robinson revealed that he could not and would not salute the American flag, but , after the Voting Rights .


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Flag salute. Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that bowing down to a flag or saluting it, often in conjunction with an anthem, is a religious act that ascribes salvation, not to God, but to the State or to its leaders. (Isaiah ; 1 Corinthians ; 1 John ) One such leader was King Nebuchadnezzar of ancient Babylon.

To impress the people. A quick read, Salute. tells the story of the Jehovah's Witnesses who refused to salute the flag in the first half on the century, because it went against their religious beliefs.

They believed it was an idol, and worship of another god, and allegiance to any state other than the Kingdom was forbidden by God. For this, they had laxatives poured /5(2). Salute the flag when it is six paces from the viewer and hold it until the flag has passed six paces beyond.

Salute the flag at the first note of the National Anthem and hold the salute until the last note is played. Hold the formal salute until the flag is unsnapped from the halyard (or until the end of the American National Anthem, whichever.

During the ceremony of hoisting or lowering the flag or when the flag is passing in a parade or in review, all persons present in uniform should render the military salute. Whenever and wherever the United States National Anthem, "To the Color," "Reveille," or "Hail to the Chief’ is played, at the first note, all dismounted personnel in uniform and not in formation face the flag (or the music, if the flag is not in view), stand at Attention, and render the prescribed Salute.

The Pledge of Allegiance of the United States is an expression of allegiance to the flag of the United States and the republic of the United States of America. Such a pledge was first composed, with a text different from the one used at present, by Captain George Thatcher Balch, a Union Army Officer during the Civil War and later a teacher of patriotism in New York City schools.

Americans giving the Bellamy Salute began to fear that they might be mistaken as showing allegiance to the growingly powerful European fascist and Nazi his book “To the Flag: The Unlikely History of the Pledge of Allegiance,” author Richard J.

Ellis wrote, “the similarities in the salute had begun to attract comment as early as the mids.”. Of course, those in uniform (including the Pathfinder full dress uniform) should render the military salute.

When the flag is moving, as in a parade, it is proper to salute when it is six paces in front of you and hold the salute until it passes six paces beyond.

Please note. Relfections on the Youth Honors Answer Book. Flag Protocol. Salute. the Case of the Bible Vs. the Flag, by Leonard A. Stevens and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Now, a veteran may leave his or her head covering on and salute the flag as if still in uniform, while the civilian must remove their head covering and place it over their heart.

Rating: Veteran status, saluting the flag. by: David "Once a veteran leaves active duty, he or she becomes a civilian again.". The stiff-armed gesture arose because Bellamy began the pledge () with a military salute that was then extended out toward the flag.

The Pledge was the origin of the salute adopted later by the National Socialist German Workers Party, as shown in the discoveries of the symbologist Dr. Rex Curry (author of “Pledge of Allegiance Secrets”).

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From shop DoroDesignStudio. 5 out of. An opportunity for the Supreme Court to reverse the Gobitis decision came in with the case of West Virginia State Board of Education issue was a state board of education resolution that required all schools to make the flag-salute ceremony a regular part of the daily schedule.

The Bellamy salute is the salute described by Francis Bellamy (–), Christian socialist minister and author, to accompany the American Pledge of Allegiance, which he had authored in During the period when it was used with the Pledge of Allegiance, it was sometimes known as the “flag salute”.

study of the flag. Student Book Activity: Give students their own personal copy of “A Salute to Our Flag.” After students have written their names on their books, have them turn to page one. Explain that students are going to get to predict or tell in advance what they think the.

The Bellamy salute is a palm-out salute described by Francis Bellamy, the author of the American Pledge of Allegiance, as the gesture which was to accompany the the period when it was used with the Pledge of Allegiance, it was sometimes known as the "flag salute".Both the Pledge and its salute originated in   When official flag protocol was finally established, the salute was changed to the right hand over the heart.

Although the new provisions to the law do not specifically address the military salute during the recitation of the pledge, many veterans are rendering the military-style hand salute when the. Translate To salute the flag. See Spanish-English translations with audio pronunciations, examples, and word-by-word explanations.

First Responders salute a large American flag as it is unfurled over the west side of the Pentagon at sunrise in preparation for an the ceremony commemorating the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks at the Pentagon Septem in Arlington, Virginia.

Salute the flag, sing the Anthem. Posted by Michael Kingsbury on 9th mo. 24, at pm in Quaker Talk; View Discussions; I did not grow up in the RSoF, but since I was a boy I had a dread of being asked to take an oath, salute the flag or recite the Pledge. respect of the premise, our flag salute.

Standing tall on Ellis Island, the statute of our Lady Liberty. Freedom’s flame and dated book, a tribute gift to depict our land of liberty. Immigrants seeking rights.A Salute to Flag Day. Flag Day recognizes the June day in when the Continental Congress adopted the "Stars and Stripes" as the official flag of the United States.

Following are classroom activities to recognize and celebrate Flag Day--June THE LESSON. Collect a variety of books and other resources on the subject of the U.S. flag.The salute chosen had been in use for years by various political groups and women’s clubs, but had never before been written down in the law books.

About the State Salute. The phrase "I salute the flag of North Carolina and pledge to the Old North State love, loyalty, and faith." is adopted as the official salute to the North Carolina flag.