Appointed Federal Judge

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List Of Punahou School Alumni - Other Elected Representatives, Government Appointees, Judges - Presidential Appointees
1864 Sanford Dole (Williams) — appointed first Territorial Governor of Hawaii and Federal Judge by William McKinley 1881 Walter Frear (Yale) — appointed third ... Judd (Penn) — appointed Seventh Territorial Governor of Hawaii by Herbert Hoover 1908 William Charles Achi, Jr ... (Stanford) — appointed Territorial Judge by Woodrow Wilson '33 Samuel Pailthorpe King (Yale) — appointed Federal Judge by Richard Nixon '47 John M ...

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    There are always those who are willing to surrender local self-government and turn over their affairs to some national authority in exchange for a payment of money out of the Federal Treasury. Whenever they find some abuse needs correction in their neighborhood, instead of applying the remedy themselves they seek to have a tribunal sent on from Washington to discharge their duties for them, regardless of the fact that in accepting such supervision they are bartering away their freedom.
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