Harold Hitz Burton

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Burton, Harold Hitz,

1888–1964, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1945–58), b. Jamaica Plain (now part of Boston), Mass. Admitted to the bar in 1912, he built a prosperous law practice in Cleveland and taught law (1923–25) at Western Reserve Univ. (now Case Western Reserve Univ.). He later served as a representative (1929–31) in the Ohio state assembly and as a reform mayor (1935–40) of Cleveland. As U.S. Senator (1941–45), Burton vigorously pressed for U.S. participation in the United Nations. Appointed by President Harry S. Truman to the Supreme Court, he firmly supported the decisions overturning racial segregation in schools and public transportation.
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22 at Word of Victory Church in Redmond for Harold Burton "Babe" Evans of Bend, former 45-year resident of Lane County, who died Sept.
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WHO: For West employees and families of those injured and lost in the tragedy that occurred on January 29th at the Kinston plant Reverends Harold Burton and Jerry Waters will preside over the Memorial Service.
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Mac" Bailey said that he was now able to verify that independent analytical testing of StarCure(TM) processed tobacco conducted at the University of Kentucky's Organic Chemistry Laboratories, under the direction of Professor Harold Burton, reflected virtually undetectable levels of TSNAs measured in parts per billion.
Harold Burton, a long-time professor at the University.