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Hocking APA-121 - History

Hocking APA-121 - History

Hocking

A county in Ohio.

( APA-121: dp 6873 light, 1. 455', b. 62'; dr. 24'; s. 18 k.; cpl 536,; a. 1 5"; cl. Haskell)

Hocking ( APA-121) was launched under Maritime Commission contract by California Shipbuilding Co., Wilmington, Calif., 6 August 1944; sponsored by Miss Frances Sims, acquired by the Navy on a loan-charter basis and commissioned 22 October 1944, Comdr. C. D. Shutz in command.

The new transport conducted shakedown and training exercises off California, departing for Pearl Harbor 4 December to join U.S. forces in the giant amphibious sweep across the Pacific. After her arrival at Pearl Harbor 10 December, Hocking embarked marines and took part in amphibious exercises and rehearsal preparatory to the Iwo Jima invasion, destined to be one of the most important and hard-fought of the war. She joined the vast armada of transports 27 January 1945 en route to Eniwetok and after a stopover at that island base arrived Iwo Jima 19 February. There Hocking debarked her troops and unloaded equipment in the early waves of the assault She then anchored offshore, received casualties, and departed 27 February for Saipan, where she arrived 2 March.

With the Iwo Jima campaign underway, thoughts were turned to the next major objective, Okinawa. Hocking sailed to Espiritu Santo 15 March, embarked fresh amphibious assault forces, and sailed to Okinawa by way of Ulithi. The ship arrived off Okinawa during the difficult first weeks of the fighting, 9 April. She debarked her replacement troops and their cargo, and again received battle casualties for transportation out of the forward area. Hocking departed 14 April for Saipan and Ulithi, and arrived Mariana~s 7 May to load troops at Tinian. These were transported to Okinawa and landed 27 May after which the transport again carried casualties from the battle-torn island. She arrived Pearl Harbor via Saipan and Eniwetok 26 June and sailed on to San Francisco, arriving 3 July.

With the war nearing its close, Hocking embarked replacement troops and sailed 20 July, stopping at Eniwetok and Ulithi before landing her troops at Okinawa 22 August. She then turned to duties connected with the occupation of former enemy territory, embarking troops at the Philippine base on Leyte 5 September and at Panay island 10 September. They were taken to Jinsen, Korea, and put a shore to aid in the peninsula occupation. Hocking sailed 25 September to Luzon, bringing troops to Jinsen, and made still another passage 18 October~ November. She got underway from Jinsen 7 November, brought troops on board 2 days later at Shanghai, and sailed for the United States as a unit of operation "Magic-Carpet", bringing home thousands of American troops in the Pacific.

Hocking arrived San Pedro 5 December, and subsequently made another voyage to Guam and the Philippines bringing home veterans. Departing San Pedro 1 March 1946, she was designated for return to the Maritime Commission and sailed via the Canal Zone to Norfolk, where she decommissioned 10 May. Hocking joined the National Defense Reserve Fleet and is at present berthed in the James River, near Norfolk

Hocking received two battle stars for World War II Service.


C121 Citation Question

Quick question! When it comes to C121 - Survey of US History, I’m confused in regards to the APA citations. When I go to the area referencing “How to Cite the Textbook” it provides me a single way to cite that says, “this is how you should cite”. However, I’m obviously citing different chapters of the textbook, but it doesn’t say anything about adjusting the citation according to where in the text you’re citing. How did you do it?

You don't have to change it here is your citation: Norton, M.B (2015). A people & a nation. Retrieved from Https://lrps.wgu.edu/provision/53540310

In text citation is:(Norton 2015) Normally I wouldn't give answers but it is in the intro video

Edit: I am on paper 5 and haven't had any issues they know the source material they are just looking to see if you can follow the rubric and do what the prompt is asking. Also check out the task bootcamps on the bottom of your course page they will make the class much easier.


The origins of Hocking College in Nelsonville, Ohio can be traced back to the Fall of 1968. when its predecessor Tri-County Technical Institute officially opened. Dedicated to providing technical training to local residents, the TCTI was built on the campus of the Tri-County Joint Vocational School-which is now the Tri-County Career Center.

When the Tri-County Technical Institute opened it employed 28 instructors and served 234 students. Then, in 1969 the TCTI received a charter from the Ohio Board of Regents allowing the school to grant degrees in 13 technical programs.

During the 70’s The Tri-County Technical Institute continued to reach a series of professional milestones. The first of these was their school’s inaugural commencement ceremony held in June of 1970. The graduating class consisted of 117 students-making it the largest graduating class for a technical institute in the state of Ohio’s history. Other goals the school met during the 1970’s are as followed:

  • The school’s mission statement becomes, “Tri-County Technical Institute’s principal objective is to provide para-professional technical education to high school graduates of all ages”
  • Hocking Technical College officially moves to 3301 Hocking Parkway
  • Lang Hall opens making HTC it the only two-year school in Ohio to offer college-owned residence halls
  • Hocking Technical College is accredited by the North Central Association’s Higher Learning Commission

Throughout the 1980’s Hocking Technical College continued to prosper, gain national attention and meet the following benchmarks:

  • The Ohio Board of Regents grants HTC four Program Excellence awards for Ceramic Engineering, Forestry Technology, Police Science Technology and Recreation and Widllife Technology
  • Over 4,000 students are enrolled at Hocking Technical College
  • The new Student Center opens on-campus

In the 1990’s Hocking Technical College got a new name and continued to expand its professional horizons in the following manners:

  • A new satellite campus is established in Perry County that offers seven programs to 61 students
  • Hocking Technical College officially becomes Hocking College
  • Enrollment at HC exceeds 5,500 students
  • Students from HC go to Europe to take part in the school’s first student exchange program with Havering College in London, England
  • The Rev. Jesse Jackson speaks at Hocking College as part of his “March for Appalachia” bus tour to bring attention to the economic struggles of people living in this region
  • HC begins offering online courses
  • Hocking College celebrates its 30 th anniversary
  • Both the Public Safety Services building and fire tower open

Hocking College started out the new millennium by making renovations on a new recreation center in 2001. Some of the other highlights of this decade for the college include the following:

  • The newly expanded Logan Campus and The Visual Arts Center both open.
  • The First Annual Hocking College Homecoming is held
  • HC forms its first football team, The Hocking College Hawks
  • The college’s Ecotourism & Adventure Leadership (formally Ecotourism & Adventure Travel) program is voted one of the top five ecotourism programs by BootsNAll.
  • HC holds its first Alumni Homecoming
  • The college now offers more than 50 programs of study
  • The college mission statement becomes, “We serve as a pathway to prosperity, teaching and inspiring all who seek to learn, growing careers and changing lives.”
  • Hocking College President Dr. Betty Young becomes one of over 150 community college presidents to sign the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship’s Presidents for Entrepreneurship Pledge.
  • The HC Archery Team places third as a team at the USA Collegiate National Championships
  • Hocking College purchases a distillery facility in New Straitsville to house its new fermentation science program
  • A new water park opens at Lake Snowden
  • In July the college was approved for a provisional license by the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program.
  • In December two ribbon cutting ceremonies are held to celebrate the openings of HC’s new dental hygiene clinic at the school’s Perry Campus and medical cannabis testing lab located in Nelsonville.
  • Ohio Govenor Mike DeWine visits the Hocking College campus
  • A ribbon cutting ceremony is held to recognize the college’s new Animal Assisted Therapy Building in Nelsonville.
  • HC’s new Dental Hygiene program gets accreditation from the Commission on Dental Accreditation
  • The theme for Dr. Young’s 2019 State of the College address is Contributing to the Revitalization of our Communities

What does the future hold for Hocking College?

Although Hocking College has experienced many changes over the years one aspect of the school has remained steadfast from the very beginning: it’s ongoing commitment to helping students in Southeastern Ohio and its neighboring border states cultivate success both in and out of the classroom.


John Moore

of Iowa City, and longtime director of admissions and student financial aid at the University of Iowa, died peacefully at his home on Sept. 7, 2018.

Moore is survived by his loving wife of 25 years, Jacklyn children, Christine (Mike) Tarr, Mark (Mickey) Moore, David (Kelley Myers) Moore and Jennifer (Mark Nicklawske) Moore stepchildren, Damon (Svetlana) Akers, Kaimee Akers and Kinsey Marcella 13 grandchildren four great-grandchilden numerous nieces and nephews and a special sister-in-law, Janette (Wolrab) Blinks.

Moore was preceded in death by his parents his first wife, Marian one sister and five brothers.

Moore was born Dec. 18, 1925, in Rockwell City, Iowa, the son of Frank E. and Margaret (Melody) Moore. He graduated from Rockwell City High School in 1943. At the age of 17, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served aboard the USS Hocking (APA-121), a troop transporter in the South Pacific during World War II. Moore watched the flag raise on Iwo Jima from his ship and received the World War II Victory Medal upon discharge in 1946. In 1947, Moore moved to Iowa City and enrolled at the University of Iowa. He received a B.A. in political science and later earned a master's degree in education.

Moore met his first wife, Marian Lager, during a history class when they shared a textbook. They married in 1948 and enjoyed potluck dinners with friends, taking their children on picnics to Lake Macbride and backyard barbeques. Marian passed away in 1987 after 40 years of marriage.

Moore married Jacklyn (Wolrab) Akers in 1993. John and Jacklyn shared an everlasting love. They enjoyed traveling, dancing, gardening and gourmet cooking. In Moore's final years, Jacklyn was his devoted caregiver. They celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary in August.

Moore was a man of honesty and integrity. He spent his career working in public service as an educator and university administrator. He taught at Iowa City schools before serving as the first principal of Hoover Elementary School in 1954, and by 1963, was principal of South East Junior High. In 1965, Moore was hired as the director of student financial aid at the University of Iowa and later director of admissions in 1973, serving in both positions until his retirement in 1988. During his tenure, he traveled to Washington, D.C., to assist with legislation that later became the Pell Grant and Perkins Loan programs. In 1968, John founded the Iowa Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (IASFAA) and served as its first president. In recognition, the John Moore Award is given annually to a worthy Iowa college or university financial aid office. The IASFAA celebrated its 50th anniversary in Des Moines in April, honoring John for his many contributions.

Moore was elected to the Iowa City Community Board of Educators in 1968 and served as president. His love of music led him to co-found the Old Capitol Chorus and serve as secretary/treasurer. John was a former member and bulletin editor of the Rotary Club. He was a lifetime member of the Elks Club, where he enjoyed golfing and playing cards. Those who knew John will remember him as an avid Iowa Hawkeye fan who attended home football games for nearly 50 years, rain or shine.

The family would like to thank Dr. Fred Ovrom and staff at Mercy Hospital for their ongoing care and compassion for John through the years and in his final days.


Perlembagaan Persekutuan Malaysia/Badan Kehakiman

(a) satu di Negeri-Negeri Tanah Melayu, yang dikenali sebagai Mahkamah Tinggi di Malaya dan yang mempunyai pejabat pendaftarannya yang utama di mana-mana tempat di Negeri-Negeri Tanah Melayu yang ditentukan oleh Yang di-Pertuan Agong dan (b) satu di Negeri Sabah dan Sarawak, yang dikenali sebagai Mahkamah Tinggi di Sabah dan Sarawak dan yang mempunyai pejabat pendaftarannya yang utama di mana-mana tempat di Negeri Sabah dan Sarawak yang ditentukan oleh Yang di-Pertuan Agong (c) (Dimansuhkan),

dan mana-mana mahkamah bawahan yang diperuntukkan oleh undang-undang persekutuan dan Mahkamah Tinggi dan mahkamah bawahan itu hendaklah mempunyai apa-apa bidang kuasa dan kuasa yang diberikan oleh atau di bawah undang-undang persekutuan.

(1A) Mahkamah yang disebut dalam Fasal (1) tidaklah mempunyai bidang kuasa berkenaan dengan apa-apa perkara dalam bidang kuasa mahkamah Syariah.

(1B) Maka hendaklah ada suatu Mahkamah yang dikenali sebagai Mahkamah Rayuan dan yang mempunyai pejabat pendaftarannya yang utama di mana-mana tempat yang ditentukan oleh Yang di-Pertuan Agong, dan Mahkamah Rayuan hendaklah mempunyai bidang kuasa yang berikut, iaitu—

(a) bidang kuasa untuk memutuskan rayuan terhadap keputusan Mahkamah Tinggi atau seseorang hakimnya (kecuali keputusan Mahkamah Tinggi yang diberikan oleh pendaftar atau pegawai lain Mahkamah itu dan yang boleh dirayukan kepada seorang hakim Mahkamah itu di bawah undang-undang persekutuan) dan (b) apa-apa bidang kuasa lain yang diberikan oleh atau di bawah undang-undang persekutuan.

(2) Maka hendaklah ada suatu mahkamah yang dikenali sebagai Mahkamah Persekutuan dan yang mempunyai pejabat pendaftarannya yang utama di mana-mana tempat yang ditentukan oleh Yang di-Pertuan Agong, dan Mahkamah Persekutuan hendaklah mempunyai bidang kuasa yang berikut, iaitu—

(a) bidang kuasa untuk memutuskan rayuan terhadap keputusan Mahkamah Rayuan, Mahkamah Tinggi atau seseorang hakimnya (b) apa-apa bidang kuasa asal atau runding yang dinyatakan dalam Perkara 128 dan 130 dan (c) apa-apa bidang kuasa lain yang diberikan oleh atau di bawah undang-undang persekutuan.

(3) Tertakluk kepada apa-apa batasan yang dikenakan oleh atau di bawah undang-undang persekutuan, apa-apa perintah, dekri, penghakiman atau proses mahkamah-mahkamah yang disebut dalam Fasal (1) atau mana-mana hakimnya hendaklah (setakat yang dibenarkan oleh keadaannya) berkuat kuasa dan berkesan sepenuhnya mengikut maksudnya di seluruh Persekutuan, dan boleh dilaksanakan atau dikuatkuasakan di mana-mana bahagian Persekutuan dengan sewajarnya dan undang-undang persekutuan boleh membuat peruntukan supaya mahkamah di satu bahagian Persekutuan atau pegawainya bertindak membantu mahkamah di suatu bahagian lain.

(4) Pada menentukan tempat pejabat pendaftaran utama bagi Mahkamah Tinggi di Sabah dan Sarawak, Yang di-Pertuan Agong hendaklah bertindak atas nasihat Perdana Menteri yang hendaklah berunding dengan Ketua-Ketua Menteri bagi Negeri Sabah dan Sarawak dan Hakim Besar Mahkamah Tinggi itu.

Perkara 122. Keanggotaan Mahkamah Persekutuan.

(1) Mahkamah Persekutuan hendaklah terdiri daripada seorang yang dipertua Mahkamah (yang digelar "Ketua Hakim Negara Mahkamah Persekutuan"), Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan, Hakim-Hakim Besar Mahkamah Tinggi dan, sehingga diperuntukkan selainnya melalui perintah oleh Yang di-Pertuan Agong, empat [1] [2] orang hakim lain dan apa-apa bilangan hakim tambahan yang dilantik menurut Fasal (1A).

(1A) Walau apa pun apa-apa jua yang terkandung dalam Perlembagaan ini, Yang di-Pertuan Agong yang bertindak atas nasihat Ketua Hakim Negara Mahkamah Persekutuan, boleh melantik mana-mana orang yang telah memegang jawatan kehakiman yang tinggi di Malaysia untuk menjadi hakim tambahan bagi Mahkamah Persekutuan bagi apa-apa maksud atau bagi apa-apa tempoh masa yang ditentukan olehnya:

Dengan syarat bahawa tiada hakim tambahan yang sedemikian menjadi tidak layak untuk memegang jawatan oleh sebab dia telah mencapai umur enam puluh enam tahun.

(2) Seseorang hakim Mahkamah Rayuan selain Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan boleh bersidang sebagai hakim mahkamah Persekutuan jika Ketua Hakim Negara berpendapat bahawa kepentingan keadilan menghendaki yang sedemikian, dan hakim itu hendaklah dinamakan bagi maksud itu (mengikut kehendak keadaan) oleh Ketua Hakim Negara.

Perkara 122A. Keanggotaan Mahkamah Rayuan.

(1) Mahkamah Rayuan hendaklah terdiri daripada seorang pengerusi (yang digelar "Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan") dan, sehingga diperuntukkan selainnya melalui perintah oleh Yang di-Pertuan Agong, sepuluh [3] orang hakim lain.

(2) Seseorang hakim Mahkamah Tinggi boleh bersidang sebagai hakim Mahkamah Rayuan jika Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan berpendapat bahawa kepentingan keadilan menghendaki yang sedemikian, dan hakim itu hendaklah dinamakan bagi maksud itu (mengikut kehendak keadaan) oleh Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan selepas berunding dengan Hakim Besar Mahkamah Tinggi itu.

Perkara 122AA. Keanggotaan Mahkamah Tinggi.

(1) Setiap Mahkamah Tinggi hendaklah terdiri daripada seorang Hakim Besar dan tidak kurang daripada empat orang hakim yang lain tetapi bilangan hakim yang lain itu tidaklah boleh, sehingga diperuntukkan selainnya melalui perintah oleh Yang di-Pertuan Agong, melebihi—

(a) empat puluh tujuh, di Mahkamah Tinggi di Malaya dan (b) sepuluh, di Mahkamah Tinggi di Sabah dan Sarawak.

(2) Mana-mana orang yang layak untuk dilantik sebagai hakim Mahkamah Tinggi boleh bersidang sebagai hakim Mahkamah itu jika ditetapkan bagi maksud itu (mengikut kehendak keadaan) mengikut Perkara 122B.

Perkara 122AB. Pelantikan pesuruhjaya kehakiman.

(1) Supaya segera diselesaikan urusan Mahkamah Tinggi di Malaya dan Mahkamah Tinggi di Sabah dan Sarawak, Yang di-Pertuan Agong yang bertindak atas nasihat Perdana Menteri, selepas berunding dengan Ketua Hakim Negara Mahkamah Persekutuan,boleh melalui perintah melantik mana-mana orang yang layak dilantik sebagai hakim Mahkamah Tinggi untuk menjadi pesuruhjaya kehakiman bagi apa-apa tempoh atau apa-apa maksud yang dinyatakan dalam perintah itu dan orang yang dilantik sedemikian hendaklah mempunyai kuasa untuk melaksanakan apa-apa fungsi hakim Mahkamah Tinggi yang ternyata kepadanya dikehendaki dilaksanakan dan apa-apa jua yang dilakukan olehnya apabila bertindak mengikut pelantikannya hendaklah mempunyai kesahan dan kesan yang sama seolah-olah dilakukan oleh seorang hakim Mahkamah itu, dan berkenaan dengan apa-apa jua yang dilakukan itu dia mempunyai kuasa yang sama dan menikmati kekebalan yang sama seolah-olah dia seorang hakim Mahkamah itu.

(2) Peruntukan Fasal (2) dan (5) Perkara 124 hendaklah terpakai bagi seseorang pesuruhjaya kehakiman sebagaimana peruntukan itu terpakai bagi hakim Mahkamah Tinggi.

Perkara 122B. Pelantikan hakim-hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan, Mahkamah Rayuan dan Mahkamah Tinggi.

(1) Ketua Hakim Negara Mahkamah Persekutuan, Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan dan Hakim-Hakim Besar Mahkamah Tinggi dan (tertakluk kepada Perkara 122C) hakim-hakim yang lain Mahkamah Persekutuan, Mahkamah Rayuan dan Mahkamah Tinggi hendaklah dilantik oleh Yang di-Pertuan Agong, yang bertindak atas nasihat Perdana Menteri, selepas berunding dengan Majlis Raja-Raja.

(2) Sebelum memberikan nasihatnya di bawah Fasal (1) tentang pelantikan seseorang hakim, selain Ketua Hakim Negara Mahkamah Persekutuan, Perdana Menteri hendaklah berunding dengan Ketua Hakim Negara.

(3) Sebelum memberikan nasihatnya di bawah Fasal (1) tentang pelantikan Hakim Besar Mahkamah Tinggi, Perdana Menteri hendaklah berunding dengan Hakim Besar setiap Mahkamah Tinggi dan, jika pelantikan itu ialah pelantikan ke Mahkamah Tinggi di Sabah dan Sarawak, Perdana Menteri hendaklah berunding dengan Ketua Menteri bagi setiap Negeri Sabah dan Sarawak.

(4) Sebelum memberikan nasihatnya di bawah Fasal (1) tentang pelantikan seseorang hakim selain Ketua Hakim Negara, Presiden atau seseorang Hakim Besar, Perdana Menteri hendaklah berunding dengan Ketua Hakim Negara Mahkamah Persekutuan, jika pelantikan itu ialah pelantikan ke Mahkamah Persekutuan, dengan Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan, jika pelantikan itu ialah pelantikan ke Mahkamah Rayuan dan, jika pelantikan itu ialah pelantikan ke mana-mana satu Mahkamah Tinggi, dengan Hakim Besar Mahkamah itu.

(5) Perkara ini hendaklah terpakai bagi penetapan seseorang untuk bersidang sebagai hakim Mahkamah Tinggi di bawah Fasal (2) Perkara 122AA sebagaimana Perkara ini terpakai bagi pelantikan seseorang hakim mahkamah itu, selain Hakim Besar.

(6) Walau apa pun tarikh pelantikan mereka masing-masing sebagai hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan, Mahkamah Rayuan atau Mahkamah Tinggi, Yang di-Pertuan Agong, yang bertindak atas nasihat Perdana Menteri yang diberikan selepas berunding dengan Ketua Hakim Negara, boleh menentukan susunan keutamaan hakim-hakim sesama mereka sendiri.

Perkara 122C. Pertukaran hakim dari suatu Mahkamah Tinggi ke suatu Mahkamah Tinggi lain.

Perkara 122B tidaklah terpakai bagi pertukaran seseorang hakim dari suatu Mahkamah Tinggi ke suatu Mahkamah Tinggi yang lain, melainkan jika pertukaran itu adalah sebagai Hakim Besar atau pertukaran Hakim Besar dan pertukaran yang sedemikian boleh dibuat oleh Yang di-Pertuan Agong, atas syor Ketua Hakim Negara Mahkamah Persekutuan, selepas berunding dengan Hakim-Hakim Besar bagi kedua-dua Mahkamah Tinggi itu.

Perkara 123. Kelayakan hakim-hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan, Mahkamah Rayuan dan Mahkamah Tinggi.

Seseorang layak dilantik di bawah Perkara 122B sebagai hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan, sebagai hakim Mahkamah Rayuan atau sebagai hakim mana-mana Mahkamah Tinggi jika—

(a) dia seorang warganegara dan (b) bagi tempoh sepuluh tahun sebelum pelantikannya dia telah menjadi peguam bela bagi mahkamah itu atau mana-mana satu daripada mahkamah itu atau menjadi anggota perkhidmatan kehakiman dan perundangan Persekutuan atau perkhidmatan perundangan sesuatu Negeri, atau pada suatu masa menjadi peguam bela dan pada suatu masa lain berkhidmat sebagai anggota perkhidmatan kehakiman dan perundangan Persekutuan atau perkhidmatan perundangan sesuatu Negeri.

Perkara 124. Sumpah jawatan hakim.

(1) Ketua Hakim Negara Mahkamah Persekutuan, sebelum menjalankan fungsi jawatannya, hendaklah mengangkat dan menandatangani sumpah jawatan dan sumpah setia yang dinyatakan dalam Jadual Keenam, dan hendaklah berbuat demikian di hadapan Yang di-Pertuan Agong.

(2) Hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan, Mahkamah Rayuan atau Mahkamah Tinggi, selain Ketua Hakim Negara Mahkamah Persekutuan, sebelum menjalankan fungsi seorang hakim hendaklah mengangkat dan menandatangani sumpah jawatan dan sumpah setia yang dinyatakan dalam Jadual Keenam berhubung dengan kewajipan kehakimannya dalam apa-apa jua jawatan. (2A) Seseorang yang mengangkat sumpah apabila menjadi Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan hendaklah berbuat demikian di hadapan hakim kanan yang ada bagi Mahkamah Rayuan.

(3) Seseorang yang mengangkat sumpah apabila menjadi Hakim Besar Mahkamah Tinggi hendaklah berbuat demikian di hadapan hakim kanan yang ada bagi Mahkamah Tinggi itu.

(4) Seseorang yang mengangkat sumpah apabila menjadi Hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan hendaklah berbuat demikian di hadapan Ketua Hakim Negara atau, jika Ketua Hakim Negara tidak ada, di hadapan hakim yang kanan selepasnya yang ada bagi Mahkamah Persekutuan.

(4A) Seseorang yang mengangkat sumpah apabila menjadi hakim Mahkamah Rayuan hendaklah berbuat demikian di hadapan Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan atau, jika Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan tidak ada, di hadapan hakim yang kanan selepasnya yang ada bagi Mahkamah Rayuan.

(5) Seseorang yang mengangkat sumpah apabila menjadi hakim Mahkamah Tinggi (tetapi bukan Hakim Besar) hendaklah berbuat demikian di hadapan Hakim Besar Mahkamah itu atau, jika Hakim Besar tidak ada, di hadapan hakim yang kanan selepasnya yang ada bagi Mahkamah itu.

Perkara 125. Tempoh jawatan dan saraan hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan.

(1) Tertakluk kepada peruntukan Fasal (2) hingga (5), seseorang hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan hendaklah memegang jawatan sehingga dia mencapai umur enam puluh enam tahun atau sehingga suatu masa kemudiannya yang diluluskan oleh Yang di-Pertuan Agong, tetapi masa itu tidak boleh kemudian daripada enam bulan selepas dia mencapai umur enam puluh enam tahun.

(2) Seseorang hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan boleh pada bila-bila masa meletakkan jawatannya melalui surat yang ditandatangani sendiri olehnya yang ditujukan kepada Yang di-Pertuan Agong tetapi tidak boleh dipecat daripada jawatan kecuali mengikut peruntukan yang berikut dalam Perkara ini.

(3) Jika Perdana Menteri, atau Ketua Hakim Negara selepas berunding dengan Perdana Menteri, membuat representasi kepada Yang di-Pertuan Agong dengan menyatakan bahawa seseorang hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan patut dipecat atas alasan apa-apa pelanggaran mana-mana peruntukan kod etika yang ditetapkan di bawah Fasal (3B) atau atas alasan tidak berdaya, oleh sebab kelemahan tubuh atau akal atau apa-apa sebab lain, untuk menunaikan fungsi jawatannya dengan sepatutnya, maka Yang di-Pertuan Agong hendaklah melantik suatu tribunal mengikut Fasal (4) dan merujukkan representasi itu kepadanya dan boleh atas syor tribunal itu memecat hakim itu daripada jawatan.

(3A) Jika seseorang hakim telah melakukan pelanggaran mana-mana peruntukan kod etika yang ditetapkan di bawah Fasal (3B) tetapi Ketua Hakim Negara berpendapat bahawa pelanggaran itu tidak mewajarkan hakim itu dirujukkan kepada tribunal yang dilantik di bawah Fasal (4), Ketua Hakim Negara boleh merujukkan hakim itu kepada suatu badan yang ditubuhkan di bawah undang-undang persekutuan untuk mengendalikan pelanggaran itu.

(3B) Yang di-Pertuan Agong atas syor Ketua Hakim Negara, Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan dan Hakim-Hakim Besar Mahkamah Tinggi boleh, selepas berunding dengan Perdana Menteri, menetapkan secara bertulis suatu kod etika yang hendaklah juga mengandungi peruntukan tentang tatacara yang hendaklah diikuti dan sanksi yang boleh dikenakan selain pemecatan seseorang hakim daripada jawatannya di bawah Fasal (3), berhubung dengan pelanggaran mana-mana peruntukan kod etika itu.

(3C) Kod etika yang ditetapkan di bawah Fasal (3B) hendaklah dipatuhi oleh tiap-tiap hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan dan tiap-tiap pesuruhjaya kehakiman.

(4) Tribunal yang dilantik di bawah Fasal (3) hendaklah terdiri daripada tidak kurang daripada lima orang yang memegang atau pernah memegang jawatan sebagai hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan, Mahkamah Rayuan atau Mahkamah Tinggi, atau, jika ternyata kepada Yang di-Pertuan Agong suai manfaat pelantikan sedemikian dibuat, orang yang memegang atau pernah memegang jawatan yang setaraf dengannya di mana-mana bahagian lain di dalam Komanwel, dan tribunal itu hendaklah diketuai oleh anggota yang terkanan mengikut susunan yang berikut, iaitu, Ketua Hakim Negara Mahkamah Persekutuan, Presiden dan Hakim-Hakim Besar mengikut keutamaan mereka sesama mereka sendiri, dan anggota lain mengikut tarikh pelantikan mereka memegang jawatan yang melayakkan mereka menjadi anggota (antara dua orang anggota, dengan yang lebih tua mendahului yang lebih muda jika tarikh pelantikan mereka itu sama).

(5) Sementara menanti apa-apa rujukan dan laporan di bawah Fasal (3) Yang di-Pertuan Agong boleh atas syor Perdana Menteri dan, dalam hal mana-mana hakim lain selepas berunding dengan Ketua Hakim Negara, menggantung seseorang hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan daripada menjalankan fungsinya.

(6) Parlimen hendaklah melalui undang-undang membuat peruntukan bagi saraan hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan, dan saraan yang diperuntukkan sedemikian hendaklah dipertanggungkan pada Kumpulan Wang Disatukan.

(6A) Tertakluk kepada peruntukan Perkara ini, Parlimen boleh melalui undang-undang membuat peruntukan bagi terma jawatan hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan selain saraan mereka.

(7) Saraan dan terma lain jawatan (termasuk hak pencen) bagi seseorang hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan tidak boleh, selepas pelantikannya, diubah menjadi kurang baik baginya.

(8) Walau apa pun Fasal (1), kesahan apa-apa jua yang dilakukan oleh seseorang hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan tidak boleh dipersoalkan atas alasan bahawa dia telah mencapai umur yang dia dikehendaki bersara.

(9) Perkara ini hendaklah terpakai bagi seseorang hakim Mahkamah Rayuan dan bagi seseorang hakim Mahkamah Tinggi sebagaimana Perkara ini terpakai bagi seseorang hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan, kecuali bahawa sebelum menggantung seseorang hakim Mahkamah Rayuan atau hakim Mahkamah Tinggi selain Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan atau Hakim Besar Mahkamah Tinggi di bawah Fasal (5), Yang di-Pertuan Agong hendaklah berunding dengan Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan atau Hakim Besar Mahkamah Tinggi itu dan bukan Ketua Hakim Negara Mahkamah Persekutuan.

(10) Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan dan Hakim-Hakim Besar Mahkamah Tinggi bertanggungjawab kepada Ketua Hakim Negara Mahkamah Persekutuan.

Perkara 125A. Penjalanan kuasa oleh hakim-hakim.

(1) Walau apa-pun apa-apa jua yang terkandung dalam Perlembagaan ini, dengan ini ditegaskan bahawa—

(a) Ketua Hakim Negara Mahkamah Persekutuan dan seseorang hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan boleh menjalankan semua atau mana-mana kuasa hakim Mahkamah Rayuan dan hakim Mahkamah Tinggi (aa) Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan dan seseorang hakim Mahkamah Rayuan boleh menjalankan semua atau mana-mana kuasa hakim Mahkamah Tinggi dan (b) seseorang hakim Mahkamah Tinggi di Malaya boleh menjalankan semua atau mana-mana kuasa hakim Mahkamah Tinggi di Sabah dan Sarawak, dan sebaliknya.

(2) Peruntukan Perkara ini hendaklah disifatkan telah menjadi suatu bahagian perlu Perlembagaan ini mulai dari Hari Malaysia.

Perkara 126. Kuasa menghukum kerana penghinaan.

Mahkamah Persekutuan, Mahkamah Rayuan atau Mahkamah Tinggi berkuasa menghukum apa-apa penghinaan terhadapnya.

Perkara 127. Sekatan mengenai perbincangan di dalam Parlimen tentang kelakuan hakim

Kelakuan seseorang hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan, Mahkamah Rayuan atau Mahkamah Tinggi tidaklah boleh dibincangkan di dalam mana-mana satu Majlis Parlimen kecuali atas suatu usul khusus yang notis mengenainya telah diberikan oleh tidak kurang daripada satu perempat daripada jumlah bilangan ahli Majlis Parlimen itu, dan tidaklah boleh dibincangkan di dalam Dewan Undangan mana-mana Negeri.

Perkara 128. Bidang kuasa Mahkamah Persekutuan.

(1) Hanya Mahkamah Persekutuan sahaja, dan tidak mana-mana mahkamah lain, mempunyai bidang kuasa bagi memutuskan mengikut mana-mana kaedah mahkamah yang mengawal selia penjalanan bidang kuasa sedemikian—

(a) apa-apa soal sama ada sesuatu undang-undang yang dibuat oleh Parlimen atau Badan Perundangan sesuatu Negeri adalah tidak sah atas alasan bahawa undang-undang itu membuat peruntukan mengenai sesuatu perkara yang mengenainya Parlimen atau, mengikut mana-mana yang berkenaan, Badan Perundangan Negeri itu tidak mempunyai kuasa untuk membuat undang-undang dan (b) pertikaian atas apa-apa soal lain antara Negeri dengan Negeri atau antara Persekutuan dengan mana-mana Negeri.

(2) Tanpa menjelaskan apa-apa bidang kuasa rayuan Mahkamah Persekutuan, jika dalam mana-mana prosiding di hadapan suatu mahkamah lain suatu soal berbangkit tentang kesan mana-mana peruntukan Perlembagaan ini, Mahkamah Persekutuan mempunyai bidang kuasa (tertakluk kepada mana-mana kaedah mahkamah yang mengawal selia perjalanan bidang kuasa itu) untuk memutuskan soal itu dan menghantar balik kes itu kepada mahkamah yang satu lagi untuk dibereskan mengikut keputusan itu.

(3) Bidang kuasa Mahkamah Persekutuan untuk memutuskan rayuan dari Mahkamah Rayuan, Mahkamah Tinggi atau seorang hakim Mahkamah itu hendaklah sebagaimana yang diperuntukkan oleh undang-undag persekutuan.

Perkara 129. (Bidang kuasa khas Mahkamah Agung tentang tafsiran Perlembagaan-Dimansuhkan).

Perkara 130. Bidang kuasa nasihat Mahkamah Persekutuan.

Yang di-Pertuan Agong boleh merujukkan kepada Mahkamah Persekutuan untuk pendapatnya apa-apa soal tentang kesan mana-mana peruntukan Perlembagaan ini yang telah berbangkit atau yang tampak padanya mungkin berbangkit, dan Mahkamah Persekutuan hendaklah mengumumkan pendapatnya tentang apa-apa soal yang dirujukkan sedemikian kepadanya itu di dalam mahkamah terbuka.

Perkara 131. (Rayuan daripada Mahkamah Persekutan - Dimansuhkan).

Perkara 131A. Peruntukan berkenaan dengan ketidakupayaan, dsb. Ketua Hakim Negara, Presiden atau Hakim Besar.

(1) Apa-apa peruntukan yang dibuat oleh undang-undang persekutuan supaya fungsi Ketua Hakim Negara Mahkamah Persekutuan atau Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan atau Hakim Besar Mahkamah Tinggi dilaksanakan oleh seorang hakim lain Mahkamah Persekutuan sekiranya berlaku kekosongan dalam jawatan itu atau sekiranya Ketua Hakim Negara, Presiden atau Hakim Besar itu tidak berdaya menjalankan fungsinya, bolehlah meliputi fungsinya di bawah Perlembagaan ini.

(2) Apa-apa peruntukan yang dibuat oleh undang-undang persekutuan supaya fungsi Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan atau Hakim Besar Mahkamah Tinggi dilaksanakan oleh seorang hakim lain Mahkamah Rayuan atau Mahkamah Tinggi, mengikut mana-mana yang berkenaan, sekiranya berlaku kekosongan dalam jawatan itu atau sekiranya Presiden atau Hakim Besar itu tidak berdaya menjalankan fungsinya, bolehlah meliputi fungsi Presiden atau Hakim Besar di bawah Perlembagaan ini selain fungsi sebagai hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan.


John Moore

of Iowa City, and longtime director of admissions and student financial aid at the University of Iowa, died peacefully at his home on Sept. 7, 2018.

Moore is survived by his loving wife of 25 years, Jacklyn children, Christine (Mike) Tarr, Mark (Mickey) Moore, David (Kelley Myers) Moore and Jennifer (Mark Nicklawske) Moore stepchildren, Damon (Svetlana) Akers, Kaimee Akers and Kinsey Marcella 13 grandchildren four great-grandchilden numerous nieces and nephews and a special sister-in-law, Janette (Wolrab) Blinks.

Moore was preceded in death by his parents his first wife, Marian one sister and five brothers.

Moore was born Dec. 18, 1925, in Rockwell City, Iowa, the son of Frank E. and Margaret (Melody) Moore. He graduated from Rockwell City High School in 1943. At the age of 17, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served aboard the USS Hocking (APA-121), a troop transporter in the South Pacific during World War II. Moore watched the flag raise on Iwo Jima from his ship and received the World War II Victory Medal upon discharge in 1946. In 1947, Moore moved to Iowa City and enrolled at the University of Iowa. He received a B.A. in political science and later earned a master's degree in education.

Moore met his first wife, Marian Lager, during a history class when they shared a textbook. They married in 1948 and enjoyed potluck dinners with friends, taking their children on picnics to Lake Macbride and backyard barbeques. Marian passed away in 1987 after 40 years of marriage.

Moore married Jacklyn (Wolrab) Akers in 1993. John and Jacklyn shared an everlasting love. They enjoyed traveling, dancing, gardening and gourmet cooking. In Moore's final years, Jacklyn was his devoted caregiver. They celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary in August.

Moore was a man of honesty and integrity. He spent his career working in public service as an educator and university administrator. He taught at Iowa City schools before serving as the first principal of Hoover Elementary School in 1954, and by 1963, was principal of South East Junior High. In 1965, Moore was hired as the director of student financial aid at the University of Iowa and later director of admissions in 1973, serving in both positions until his retirement in 1988. During his tenure, he traveled to Washington, D.C., to assist with legislation that later became the Pell Grant and Perkins Loan programs. In 1968, John founded the Iowa Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (IASFAA) and served as its first president. In recognition, the John Moore Award is given annually to a worthy Iowa college or university financial aid office. The IASFAA celebrated its 50th anniversary in Des Moines in April, honoring John for his many contributions.

Moore was elected to the Iowa City Community Board of Educators in 1968 and served as president. His love of music led him to co-found the Old Capitol Chorus and serve as secretary/treasurer. John was a former member and bulletin editor of the Rotary Club. He was a lifetime member of the Elks Club, where he enjoyed golfing and playing cards. Those who knew John will remember him as an avid Iowa Hawkeye fan who attended home football games for nearly 50 years, rain or shine.

The family would like to thank Dr. Fred Ovrom and staff at Mercy Hospital for their ongoing care and compassion for John through the years and in his final days.


John Moore

of Iowa City, and longtime director of admissions and student financial aid at the University of Iowa, died peacefully at his home on Sept. 7, 2018.

Moore is survived by his loving wife of 25 years, Jacklyn children, Christine (Mike) Tarr, Mark (Mickey) Moore, David (Kelley Myers) Moore and Jennifer (Mark Nicklawske) Moore stepchildren, Damon (Svetlana) Akers, Kaimee Akers and Kinsey Marcella 13 grandchildren four great-grandchilden numerous nieces and nephews and a special sister-in-law, Janette (Wolrab) Blinks.

Moore was preceded in death by his parents his first wife, Marian one sister and five brothers.

Moore was born Dec. 18, 1925, in Rockwell City, Iowa, the son of Frank E. and Margaret (Melody) Moore. He graduated from Rockwell City High School in 1943. At the age of 17, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served aboard the USS Hocking (APA-121), a troop transporter in the South Pacific during World War II. Moore watched the flag raise on Iwo Jima from his ship and received the World War II Victory Medal upon discharge in 1946. In 1947, Moore moved to Iowa City and enrolled at the University of Iowa. He received a B.A. in political science and later earned a master's degree in education.

Moore met his first wife, Marian Lager, during a history class when they shared a textbook. They married in 1948 and enjoyed potluck dinners with friends, taking their children on picnics to Lake Macbride and backyard barbeques. Marian passed away in 1987 after 40 years of marriage.

Moore married Jacklyn (Wolrab) Akers in 1993. John and Jacklyn shared an everlasting love. They enjoyed traveling, dancing, gardening and gourmet cooking. In Moore's final years, Jacklyn was his devoted caregiver. They celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary in August.

Moore was a man of honesty and integrity. He spent his career working in public service as an educator and university administrator. He taught at Iowa City schools before serving as the first principal of Hoover Elementary School in 1954, and by 1963, was principal of South East Junior High. In 1965, Moore was hired as the director of student financial aid at the University of Iowa and later director of admissions in 1973, serving in both positions until his retirement in 1988. During his tenure, he traveled to Washington, D.C., to assist with legislation that later became the Pell Grant and Perkins Loan programs. In 1968, John founded the Iowa Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (IASFAA) and served as its first president. In recognition, the John Moore Award is given annually to a worthy Iowa college or university financial aid office. The IASFAA celebrated its 50th anniversary in Des Moines in April, honoring John for his many contributions.

Moore was elected to the Iowa City Community Board of Educators in 1968 and served as president. His love of music led him to co-found the Old Capitol Chorus and serve as secretary/treasurer. John was a former member and bulletin editor of the Rotary Club. He was a lifetime member of the Elks Club, where he enjoyed golfing and playing cards. Those who knew John will remember him as an avid Iowa Hawkeye fan who attended home football games for nearly 50 years, rain or shine.

The family would like to thank Dr. Fred Ovrom and staff at Mercy Hospital for their ongoing care and compassion for John through the years and in his final days.


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یواس‌اس هوکینگ (ای‌پی‌ای-۱۲۱)

یواس‌اس هوکینگ (ای‌پی‌ای-۱۲۱) (به انگلیسی: USS Hocking (APA-121) ) یک کشتی بود که طول آن ۴۵۵ فوت (۱۳۹ متر) بود. این کشتی در سال ۱۹۴۴ ساخته شد.

یواس‌اس هوکینگ (ای‌پی‌ای-۱۲۱)
پیشینه
مالک
آغاز کار: ۶ اوت ۱۹۴۴
اعزام: ۲۲ اکتبر ۱۹۴۴
مشخصات اصلی
وزن: 6,873 tons
درازا: ۴۵۵ فوت (۱۳۹ متر)
پهنا: ۶۲ فوت (۱۹ متر)
آبخور: ۲۴ فوت (۷٫۳ متر)
سرعت: 17 knots

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