Abilene Reporter News, October 10, 1954

Abilene Reporter News

October 10, 1954

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Issue date: Sunday, October 10, 1954

Pages available: 208

Previous edition: Saturday, October 9, 1954

Next edition: Monday, October 11, 1954

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1954, Abilene, Texas NTS H-SU 20McM 7 Midw. PARTLY CLOUDY WARM 14 Sou. 23 ACC 14 Texas 21 Baylor 25 Missouri 13 Rice 10 55 lex.W. 13 Purdue Ohio St. 40 lilin. 7 SUN "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT VOL. LXXIV, Pres, placed as chief justice by Eart Warren. Warren and Justice Har- old H. Burton are the only Re- publican members of the court. Jackson, a pativtv of. Sprint Creek, Pa., achieved fjorie ra johi to which he was" named by ootij Presidents Franklin D. and Harry S. Trranarj.- CalW by Roosevelt, called him to Wash- ington from his home in James- town, N.Y., to become general counsel of the Internal Revenrii Bureau. Later as solicitor general, the government's lawyer befon the Supreme Court, he argued H cases and lost pruy six. Roosevelt next appointed him at- torney general Jan, 16, iwo; Jacison took his seat on the highest tribunal Oct. 6, mi. delivered the opinion throwing out Ihe treason conviction of a former German soldier accused of aiding foe Nazi saboteurs who landed in :his country from a submarine during World War IL He wrote that the government lad failed to meet the constitu- tional requirements of proving overt acts of treason. U was under Truman, however, that the good looking Jurist achieved worldwide fame. Truman named biro, in May, 1M5, as chief American prosecutor of top Nad war-criminals at the Nuernberg .rials. Ten of the Nans went to he gallows. Trumaa awarded Jackson Oie Medal for Merit. The theory advanced by Jacksom at those trials was revolutionary. See JACKSON, ft. t-.K, ITS A Richards, former National commander of the VFW, pre- sents local rwl Commander Tommy E. Bratton with a certificate of merit Ut award is for the post s community service and membership achievement At right it Julwn Dickenson, national VFW adjutant gwwral. (Staff Photo) ;