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Intercircuit Assignments Clip

This is the second in a series of posts touching on overlooked or misunderstood parts of the Sixth Circuit.  We already briefly looked at senior judges, and now we turn to the role of visiting judges.

Any Article III federal judge can be assigned to temporarily sit on another federal court under 28 U.S.C. § 292.  Judges assigned to a court of appeals typically sit for a singe two-day session of cases.  Inter-circuit assignments (also called “designations”) are made by the chief judge of a circuit, and assignments between circuits are approved by the Judicial Conference Committee on Intercircuit Assignments, though the statutory authority ultimately rests with the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.  About 370 judges visited other circuits to hear appellate cases last year, handling about 5% of all cases decided on the merits.  Senior judges, who have the most flexibility with their workloads, take the great majority of visiting assignments.

The Sixth Circuit has historically had a very high dependence on visiting judges, often the highest of all the circuits.  In the early 1980’s visiting judges shouldered around 15% of the Sixth Circuit’s caseload.  That number rose to around 20% during the Senate’s refusal to confirm Sixth Circuit judges during 2001-2007.  At that time, a majority of the circuit’s panels contained one visiting judge.  The number of visiting judges has recently declined to the current level of participation in roughly 10% of the circuit’s decisions on the merits.  When combined with the Sixth Circuit’s strong reliance on senior judges, most panels will have a senior judge or a visiting judge and some will have both.  (This assistance is essential.  While the other circuits averaged a 9.6% decline in the number of pending cases last year, the number of cases pending in the Sixth Circuit rose by 11.2%.)

Aside from providing assistance to overloaded circuits, visiting judges are praised as a source of cross-fertilization and collegiality among the circuits.  Visits give district court judges the opportunity to gain perspective on the appellate courts.  Less often, appellate judges will try cases on the bench.  The program is doubtless an incentive for some senior judges to accept higher appellate caseloads that they would otherwise accept.  It is also one of the last remnants of the traditional practice of judges traveling extensively through their jurisdiction, including Supreme Court justices “riding circuit.”  (In fact, Justice O’Connor recently sat on a Sixth Circuit panel after her retirement from the Supreme Court).

Reliance on visiting judges is, however, frequently criticized as undermining uniformity and clarity in circuit law – though possibly fostering a more uniform federal law.  These concerns have led the D.C. Circuit to its policy of accepting very few, if any, visiting judges.  A more worrisome criticism is that visiting judges produce, on average, lower-quality opinions.  Another study found that visiting district court judges were “markedly less assertive than their appellate colleagues” and less likely to dissent.  A panel with only one active resident judge might defer to that judge, reducing the benefits of three-judge panels.  (One district judge responded to this criticism by remarking that very few of his colleagues “fit into the shrinking violet category.”).

These concerns are difficult to measure and largely speculative, while the benefits are far more concrete:  visiting judges reduce the Sixth Circuit’s caseload without affecting its budget or requiring Congress to create new judgeships.  The practice has been a necessary and integral part of the intermediate federal appellate courts for many years.

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  • PARIS FETES; Gorgeous Costumes At Bal Blanc
  • THE TASK OF BUILDING BETTER CITIZENS; Educational Leaders See Themselves Called Upon To Save Democracy
  • IN CLASSROOM AND ON CAMPUS: THE TEST DETHRONED; Standardized Measures of Achievement Said to Have Bad Effect
  • SCHOOLS AID THE UNEMPLOYED; Jobless Graduates Welcomed Back to Advanced Training -- Many Local Experiments
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  • CINCINNATI REVISITED; The Museum, Modernized and Enlarged, Becomes Educational -- Duveneck, Others
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  • A WILD PAINTER OF THE CAUCASUS
  • THE WESTPORT ART MARKET
  • CURRENT ART MAGAZINES
  • ART NOTES HERE AND AFIELD
  • NOTES OF MUSIC FROM OVERSEAS
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  • SPECTRE DE LA ROSE."
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  • OTHER ITEMS HERE AND AFIELD
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  • VARIETY OF NOISES IN SOUND EFFECTS LIBRARY
  • PROJECTION JOTTINGS
  • COMMUNITY SUPPORT OF MUSIC
  • OPERA IN BERLIN; Thrilling Performance of Verdi's "Macbeth" -- Two Offenbach Works
  • NEWLY RECORDED MUSIC; Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 19 in F -- Dvorak's 'Cello Concerto in B Minor
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  • Mr. Geddes's Controversial Play.
  • NEWS OF GERMAN FILMS
  • NEWS OF JAPAN'S FILMS
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  • From a Dissenting: Ex-Provincial
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  • What News On the Rialto?
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  • A GREAT LADY TRAVELS; Notes and Figures on a Jaunt That Put the Depression in Its Place
  • MARBLEHEAD; The Yachting Capital Starts Races
  • AT NEWPORT; A Large Gathering For the Fourth
  • NEW LONDON TO CELEBRATE THE FOURTH WITH RACES
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  • BERKSHIRE PROGRAM.
  • WHITE MOUNTAINS PLANS.
  • TO THE ADIRONDACKS; Vacation Region of Northern New York Includes Thousand Islands and Lakes
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  • DISCUSSING LIABILITY; " Workmen's Compensation" Plan Opposed In Symposium -- Also Finds Support
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  • CONTACT"
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  • " THOMPKINS' CORNER" ACT IS GOING ON THE ROAD.
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  • TALES OF "UNKNOWN" SPIES
  • THE TWO CONVENTIONS: CHICAGO CONTRASTS
  • A RETURN TO NATURE BY WAY OF STATE PARKS; New York Offers the Citizen a Place in an Industry That Knows ...
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  • QUOTATION MARKS; On British Unity, Social Education, Cost Of Schools and a Drifting World
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  • EMBROIDERY OF COLONIAL DAYS
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  • 300 SHEPHERD DOGS JUDGED IN GERMANY; Twelve Excellents Granted in Each Sex in Annual Sieger Show at ...
  • YANKS AND RED SOX DIVIDE DOUBLE BILL; Boston Outbats Rivals in Both Games, Winning, 6 to 5, After Losing, ...
  • TORONTO, BUFFALO DIVIDE.; Leafs Take Second Game, 3-0, and Bisons the First. 8-4.
  • BEATS OSCULATOR BY LENGTH AND HALF; Dark Hope Finishes Third With Cathop and Delivered Trail- ing the ...
  • MONTREAL PREVAILS, 13-2.; Collects 16 Hits, Including Homer by Ripple, to Beat Rochester.
  • TIGERS DEFEAT INDIANS.; Single by Stone In Ninth Gives Detroit Triumph by 5 to 4.
  • Rochester Buyi Rlley, Omaha Star.
  • WHITE SOX SCORE, 15-5.; Rout Brown in a Free-Hitting Game -- Collect 15 Hits.
  • Grand Circuit Racing Put Off.
  • CARROLL OF REDS TAMES THE CUBS, 6-3; Turns Back League Leaders While Mates Pound Root in First and Fourth. ...
  • Post and Padock.
  • Martin Wins Quebec Net Title.
  • M'CAULIFF REACHES TENNIS SEMI-FINAL; Conquers Hess, 6-1, 2-6, 6-4, in Nassau Country Club Invitation ...
  • ATLANTIC CITY FINAL CAPTURED BY SUTTER; Tulane Star Conquers Gilpin by 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 -- Miss Pittinger ...
  • ATHLETICS WIN TWO FROM THE SENATORS; Capture Opener, 2-1, in Eleven Innings and Annex the Nightcap by ...
  • No Canadian in Final.
  • CARDINALS UPSET PIRATES BY 5 TO 4; Touch Kremer for 3 Runs in First Inning for Two Out of Three Games ...
  • TWO HOME RUNS AID IN 6-TO-3 TRIUMPH; Hurst and V. Davis Get Circuit Clouts for Visitors -- O'Doul Also ...
  • 19-YEAR-OLD STAR TRIUMPHS BY 6-1, 6-1; Registers Distinct Upset by Defeating Ex-Champion on Courts at ...
  • EASTERN TITLE SHOOT IS CAPTURED BY WOOD; Winner in Small-Bore Tourney at Sea Girt Scores 294 -- Schweitzer ...
  • COHEN TAKES TITLE IN JUNIOR TENNIS; Defeats McCarthy, 6-1, 6-2, to Win Staten Island Champion- ship ...
  • STARS TO SWIM AT RYE.; Miss Madison to Appear Wednesday and Thursday at Playland.
  • Miss Orcutt Honored by Club.
  • CRESCENTS TRIUMPH, 12-3.; Newman's Homer and Triple Fac- tors In Defeat of Brooklyn Edison.
  • MISS SPENCER TO COMPETE.; Victoria Woman Enters Rifle Con- tests in England.
  • MURPHY TOPS BELL TO GAIN NET FINAL; Defending Champion Scores by 10-8, 3-6, 6-4, in New Jer- sey Title ...
  • Najuch Triumphs Over Burke In an Upset in Pro Tennis
  • MENDELL VICTOR TWICE.; Defeats Hedges and Heister in Ber- gen County Net Tourney.
  • NEWARK SETS BACK READING BY 10-7; Touches Yerkes for Six Tallies in First Inning and Is Never Headed. ...
  • Carey Sets Auto Track Record.
  • Climaxes Sensational Campaign.
  • MISS HOLM CLIPS WORLD SUM MARK; Goes the 220-Yard Back-Stroke Route in 3:00 and Annexes the Metropolitan ...
  • VETERAN CARDS 70 ON THE FINAL ROUND; Stages Driving Finish to Lead Olin Dutra by a Stroke on Cleveland ...
  • TILDEN KEEPS CROWN.; Defeats Richards, 6-4, 6-1, 7-5, In Pro Tennis at Asbury Park.
  • BREWIS TAKES 10-MILE RUN.; Wins Buffalo Centennial Modified Marathon by Fifty Yards.
  • Women in Sports
  • DYER TWICE VICTOR IN OLYMPIC TESTS; Again Ties World's 100-Meter Record of 0:10.4 -- Takes 200- Meter ...
  • ITALIAN TEAM OF 108 LEAVES FOR OLYMPICS; 26 Doctors, Trainers and Officials Accompany Athletes, Who ...
  • SEVEN MATMEN NAMED FOR OLYMPIC TRYOUTS; Qualify for Tests by Victories in the National Y.M.C.A. Title ...
  • TRACK MEET HONORS ANNEXED BY PERINA; Former Curtis High Captain is Best Individual Scorer on Staten ...
  • Article 5 -- No Title
  • EASTMAN DEFEATED BY CARR IN UPSET; Stanford Runner Second as Penn Ace Captures 440 in World's Record ...
  • PENN A.C. FOUR WINS U.S. ROWING TITLE; Triumphs on the Wind-Swept Schuylkill and Gains Right to Race ...
  • Sport in the Convention.
  • LEANDER CLUB TAKES HONORS IN HENLEY; Defeats Thames R.C. Eight by Half a Length in Grand Challenge Cup ...
  • FOUR RECORDS SET IN EVANSTON MEET; Two Other Olympic Marks Are Equaled in Midwestern Olympic Tryouts. ...
  • FISCHER CAPTURES COLLEGE GOLF TITLE; Michigan Star Defeats Howell, 2 and 1, in Final Round Over Hot ...
  • CONQUERS SHAIRER IN FINAL CONTEST; Kansas State College Grappler Beats Bostonian in Last Round-Robin ...
  • Lord Burghley Recaptures Hurdles Crown As Reid Wins Two Sprint Titles in London
  • BRAVES' ARTILLERY SILENCES GIANTS, 7-4; Homers by Urbanski and Berger Help Boston Capture Third Game ...
  • HIRSCHFELD GAINS TITLE IN GERMANY; Holder of World's Shot-Put Record Wins in National Track and Field Meet.
  • Winning Yachts in Bermuda Race Get Prizes; Curlew Arrives, Spanish Rose Is Unsighted
  • ASSURES COLOMBIANS WE'RE NOT UNCULTURED; Not All of Us Chew Gam and Put Feet on Desk, Army Officer Tells ...
  • Cuban Cement Plant Closed.
  • FAIRENO OUTRACES GUSTO IN THE DWYER; Woodward Star Establishes Best Claim to 3-Year-Old Title by Length ...
  • PLANT "GOD'S ACRES."; Baptists in Georgia Raise Cotton Corn and Potatoes for Church.
  • Kansas Man Asked King George To Save Saskatchewan Farm
  • TOP FLIGHT SCORES IN ARLINGTON OAKS; C.V. Whitney Entry Conquers Evening by Two Lengths in $15,000 Added ...
  • Colorado Surveys State Costs.
  • VINES BEATS AUSTIN IN WIMBLEDON FINAL; 20,000, Including the King and Queen, See U.S. Champion Win by ...
  • BRAZIL HAS ODD SUICIDES.; Rate Is High and Some Methods Employed Are Unique.
  • ACTION AT RICHMOND REGRETED IN U.C.V.; Utterances of Certain Groups at Confederate Reunion Stirred Ill ...
  • LONG MATERIALIZES FUNDS FOR LOUSIANA; He Doubles Appropriations, Boosts Taxes and Makes People Like ...
  • WORLD TRADE HANGS ON OTTAWA MEETING; Far-Reaching Results May Follow British Empire Conference. WE HAVE ...
  • ECUADOR EXECUTIVE NEAR END OF TERM; Baquerizo Moreno Will Be Glad When President-Elect Takes Office ...
  • Santa Fe Trail Popular.
  • 14 STATES ARE LISTED AS FEDERAL 'WARDS'; They Got $24,040,501 More in Government Aid Than They Paid ...
  • DAMON AND PYTHIAS JAILED; Theirs Was a Good Plan Spoiled by Traffic Officer.
  • KANSAS WHEAT CROP SMALLEST IN YEARS; Farmers, Out to Save Money, Use Old Binders and Headers Instead ...
  • Candidate Wins Election Rate, Gets Ducked and Breaks Rib
  • Thirty-eight Panamans Have Passed Century Mark
  • BAD MEMORIES Kill INITIATIVE PETITIONS; Washington Voters, Forgetting One-Signature Rule, Break State Law.
  • SAN FRANCISCO SEES BRIGHTER PROSPECT; Recent Survey an Indication That Depression is at Lowest Point. ...
  • THE WEEK IN AMERICA; ROOSEVELT IS CHOSEN; WINS ON FOURTH BALLOT Release of California and Texas by Garner ...
  • South Dakota Bucking Robot Throws Veteran Rodeo Riders
  • Bitten, Woman Kills Snake, Lives.
  • Makes Bantams Do Hatching On South Carolina Quail Farm
  • BACK-TO-LAND PLAN GAINS.; California Finds Women More In- terested Than Men.
  • NEVADA'S TAX RATE LEADS TO PROTEST; With Only 91,000 Population, the State Has Trouble Keep- ing Up ...
  • PHILIPPINE ISLANDS FACE LARGE DEFICIT; Revenues Steadily Declining, With Provinces Asking for Tax Relief. ...
  • CITIZENS ALL AGOG IN SOUTH CAROLINA; Four-Cornered Race for Senate Gives State First Chance to Vote ...
  • WASHINGTON RUINS NATURAL INDUSTRY; Greed, Politics and Damming of Streams Spell the End of Salmon Packing. ...
  • MAINE TAKES STEPS TO SAVE LOBSTERS; Fears Loss of Major Industry if Conservation Measures Are Not Adopted. ...
  • DELAYED EXECUTIONS PUZZLE AUTHORITIES; One Murderer Has Gone Insane and Another Was Held by Error in ...
  • Boston's Nude Bathing Story Makes Its Annual Appearance
  • American Orchestras Barred.
  • Big Family Delays Funeral.
  • ARIZONA INTRIGUED BY LIQUOR AND GOLD; State Shows Decided Leaning to Wet Side and Jobless Turn to Placer ...
  • DOUKHOBORS WORRY CANADIAN OFFICIALS; Every Time Police Annoy Them They Stage Nude Parade and Have to ...
  • SQUARE PILLAR IRKS JUDGE.; Esthetic Richmond Jurist Will Not Use New Court Room.
  • County Plans to Aid Cupid.
  • Home Brew Explodes in Court.
  • War-Risk and Riot Insurance Comes High in Shanghai Now
  • Wedding Ends in Double Murder.
  • Movie Scenario in Goethe's Works.
  • Chinese Printers Get Award.
  • HUNGARY SEES NEED OF BREATHING SPACE; Eager to Pay Foreign Loans, but Must Recover From Effects of Credit ...
  • KOREANS A PROBLEM INNORTHMANCHURIA; Preyed Upon by Chinese Soldiers and Bandits, They Are Forced to ...
  • INDEPENDENT STATE IS AIM OF BASQUES; Regional Government Commis- sion Recommends Autonomy Within Spanish ...
  • SPAIN WON'T SELL ARMS.; Republic Has Refused Orders From China and Japan.
  • PINCHOT PUTS RELIEF UP TO LEGISLATURE; Pennsylvania Governor Tells Special Session to Find Money Itself. ...
  • COMMUNISTS ACTIVE IN HANKOW DISTRICT; Carry On Propaganda by Means of Posters Put Up Fresh Every Night.
  • Report Relics of Ice Age.
  • BRITAIN SEEKS LEAD IN AIR TRANSPORT; Head of Constructors Society Says Nation Is on Verge of Enormous ...
  • AUSTRIA TO FINISH ALPINE HIGHWAY; Parliament Decides to Resume Work on Glockner Road, Third Highest ...
  • FINDS TRADE PROSPECT IN MANCHURIA IS POOR; Open Door Merely a Theory Owing to Chinese Distrust of Japanese, ...
  • 120 BODIES FOUND DAILY IN SHANGHAI; Corpses, Frequently Diseased, Abandoned by Relatives Too Poor to ...
  • New Zealand Cuts Postal Rate.
  • CHINESE RENAISSANCE IS CALLED SENSELESS; Chang Chi Wants Universities to Confine Themselves to Scientific ...
  • KURD REBELS PUT UP STIFF FIGHT IN HILLS; Iraq Government Attempts to Bring Sheikh Ahmed Under Control. ...
  • HONOR MONK WHO PUT FIZZ IN CHAMPAGNE; French Erect Monument to Dom Perignon, a Founder of the Wine Industry.
  • ITALY'S VAST MARSH SOON TO BE PEOPLED; Drainage of Pontine Swamp Is Well Under Way -- Settlers to Arrive ...
  • TURKEY SLASHES HER NEW BUDGET; Revenue and Expenses to Be Balanced at 169,000,000 Liras, a 27 % Cut ...
  • COURT WON'T ACCEPT SPIRIT AS DEFENDANT; So Jadge Fines Viennese for Boxing Another's Ears at a Seance.
  • Girl Sues for Loss of Fiance, Killed in Auto-Track Accident
  • MUENSTER COCK SHRINKS.; New Mayor Has No Longer to Drink Full Cup of Wine.
  • Reaches Home After 17 Years.
  • Brewer Drowns in Own Pilsener; Promises to Haunt Customers
  • FRENCH EXPERTS FEAR DROP IN POPULATION; Working on Two Hypotheses, They See Loss of 1,800,000 or 11,700,000 ...
  • PERSIAN GULF COAST HIT BY LONG DROUGHT; Drinking Water Lacking and and Crops Rained Owing to Lack of Rain.
  • GIBRALTAR TUNNEL DISCUSSED IN SPAIN; Committee Is Formed to Study Project and Place It Before League. ...
  • Kidnapper Gets Seven Years.
  • Civil Freedom for Frenchwomen.
  • School Holds Girls Foodless Until Tuition Bills Are Paid
  • Widow Seizes Railroad Cash To Pay for Her Husband's Death
  • DOGS HELP SMUGGLERS.; They Are Used to Run Contraband From Gibraltar Into Spain.
  • TRIED FOUR HANGINGS TO OBLIGE HIS FRIEND; Bohemian Who Killed Another by Request, for 800 Crowns, Freed ...
  • HERRIOT HOLDS REINS OF BALKY FACTIONS; First Month of His Return to Power Shows He Faces Harder Task ...
  • Library Passes Million Mark.
  • POLES SEE DANGER IN HOOVER PROPOSAL; Say Germany Would Keep Her Armament, While Neighbors Would Reduce ...
  • HUNGARY'S FINEST WINE SELLS FOR A FEW CENTS; Cheaper Grades Used for Clean- ing Floors -- Peasants Would ...
  • REICH INCOME CUT DESPITE TAX RISE; Budget Just Decreed Reveals a Large Shrinkage in the Nation's Revenues. ...
  • SIX MONTHS' CLASH EXPECTED BY IRISH; British Tariff on Free State Goods Seen as First Shot in Secession ...
  • Actors Licensed to Beg.
  • WE CANNOT EVADE OUR OPPORTUNITY; Responsibility for World Leadership Has Been Thrust Upon Us
  • SOVIET IS SCORNFUL OF WORLD PARLEYS; Thinks Capitalism Seeks New, Though Cheaper, Wars to Try to End ...
  • THE WEEK IN EUROPE; CONSULTATION GAINS; BOTH PARTIES EMBRACE IT Stiffening of the Kellogg Pact Is Provided ...
  • CZECHS TO CURB FASCISTS.; Many Influential Persons Believed Involved In Movement.
  • Children Run Miniature City.
  • FOUND US DETERMINED TO RISE ABOVE CRISIS; Member of French Foreign Office Says We Are Proceeding in ...
  • COMMUNIST HELD LIBELOUS; But Budapest Court Acquits Woman Who Used Term.
  • OUR HIGH-PRICED LEGISLATORS
  • AMENDING THE CONSTITUTION
  • EXCERPTS FROM LETTERS; Wide Range of Brief Comment On Many Subjects of Current Interest
  • Conditions Shaky, but Sum- mary Default on Bonds Is Not Expected.
  • DROP IN BIRTH RATE NATURAL DURING TIMES OF DEPRESSION; Spengler's Idea of State Aid for Parents Could, ...
  • SCIENCE DEFINED AS MEASUREMENT; Wrecking the Atom Latest Step in Finding "Next Decimal Point."
  • ADOPTION OF GOLD STANDARD SEEN AS DETRIMENTAL TO SIAM; Depreciated Oriental Silver Money Is Problem ...
  • LEARNING FRENCH SIMPLIFIED
  • BY-PRODUCTS.
  • DISARMAMENT AND EMPLOYMENT
  • ADVERTISING INCREASE BY VOLUNTARY CHAINS; Trade Counsel Compares Linage of Group and Corporate Retail Systems.
  • FARMING IT.
  • JOURNEY'S END.
  • WHAT OF THE SCHOOLS?
  • AFTERTHOUGHTS.
  • HOME WARE TRADES SEE FIRMER PRICES; Producers Believe Liquidation Has Ended -- Some Increases Already ...
  • X-RAYS, ELECTRONS AND LIFE
  • THE HUMBOLDT CURRENT.
  • AFTER THE MORATORIUM.
  • FRIENDLY OLD CAMBRIDGE.
  • The Merchant's Point of View
  • PURCHASING MEN FIND TRADE CHANGES SLIGHT; few Encouraging Factors Noted by Business Committee in Jane Survey.
  • PRODUCE MARKETS
  • FALL BUYING TO FORE IN WHOLESALE TRADES; Expect Many Buyers at Dress Showings -- Values in Coats Good ...
  • STORES SHAPING UP FALL TRADE PLANS; Tentative Budgets Are Based on "Reasonable" Estimates of Consumer ...
  • TRADE NOTE DRIVE STARTS THIS WEEK; Plans Completed Here by Croup Call for National Campaign to Push ...
  • TRADING INCREASES IN COMMODITY LINES; Price Fluctuations Narrow -- Some Resistance Shown to Selling ...
  • Weekly Business Index Reacts to New Low; Car Loadings, Power and Cloth Indices Down
  • EXPECT UPTURN IN FALL.; Shoe Chain Raises Salos Quotas and Plans Opening New Units.
  • MEN'S CLOTHING SALES UP.; Substantial Gains Reported in June Due to Low Price Promotions.
  • PACIFIC COAST ENCOURAGED.; Bank Indicators and Crop Prices Show Improvement.
  • BANK DEBITS HIGHER OUTSIDE NEW YORK; Rise 5 Per Cent in Week to High Point for June -- Reserve Loans ...
  • WHEAT IN WINNIPEG DULL, POINTING DOWN; Heavy Deliveries on July Sales Mark Only Market Open in North America.
  • COTTON PRICES END AT WEEK'S HIGHEST; Heavy Demand Puts All New-Crop Deliveries Above 6c. Except the ...
  • TRADE BETTER IN DALLAS.; Agriculture Looks Up and Farm Implements Move Well.
  • CHEERED BY CATTLE GAINS.; Kansas City Area Is Also Enriched by Rise in Hog Prices.
  • PRICES RECOVER SLIGHTLY.; Labor Bureau Reports the Average Fractionally Higher for Week.
  • Decrease in Individual Account Debits Shown in Weekly Federal Bank Report
  • TRADE IN SOUTHEAST FAIR.; Sales Volume Maintains Four-Month Average.
  • ST. LOUIS NOTES GAINS.; Seasonal Influence Aids Rise in Retail Trade.
  • TRADE DULL IN SOUTHEAST.; One Large Rayon Plant, However, Resumes Operations.
  • NEW ENGLAND PICKS UP.; Shoe Factories Increase Cutting -- Store Sales Stimulate Trade.
  • TRADE SENTIMENT MORE OPTIMISTIC; Rise in Live-Stock Prices One of the Encouraging Factors of the Week. ...
  • Optimism and Pessimism Absent as Half-Year Ends -- Wider Diffusion of Wealth -- Expensive Stocks.
  • PHILADELPHIA INDUSTRY DULL; But Commercial Transactions Rise 2 Per Cent in Week.
  • REICHSBANK GOLD UP; LOSES ON EXCHANGE; Gold Increase 8,821,000 Marks -- Foreign Exchange Reserve Is ...
  • CONDITIONS ABROAD LITTLE IMPROVED; Some Lines Go Well in Canada -- Cuba, Philippines and Puerto Rico ...
  • BUYING ACTIVE AT CHICAGO.; Wholesalers Report Good Volume -- Convention Aids Trade.
  • GAINS IN AUTO INDUSTRY.; Steel Activity Spurred in Ohio Area -- Coal Output Drops.
  • Prices Irregular in Berlin.
  • Newfoundland Raises $2,500,000.
  • LINK AINEY'S SON IN CASE.; Chapman's Counsel Say He Worked for Mitten in Father's Regime.
  • STOCKS STILL SOAR IN LONDON MARKET; Activity Continues Unabated, With Industrials Leading the Upswing. ...
  • Buys New Haven Times Assets.
  • BACK NEW HAVEN BANKS.; Business and Civic Leaders Give Assurance Institutions Are Sound.
  • UNBALANCED BUDGET FEARED BY HUNGARY; Plan to Attach 30% of State's Income to Meet Loan Interest Is Criticized.
  • THORNTON OF CANADA FAVORS RAIL POOLING; Plan for Dominion Similar to One Adopted in England Is Under ...
  • BOND CALLS IN JUNE FEWEST IN 5 YEARS; Total of $9,102,000, Against $15,904,000 in May and $86,339,000 ...
  • GRAIN VOLUME HOLDS AS CAR LOADINGS DROP; Coal and Coke Show Less Aver- age Decline Than Other Revenue ...
  • STEEL PRICES DOWN 54.9% IN 12 YEARS; Survey by Association Says the Industry Has Been "Thoroughly Deflated." ...
  • BOND MARKET LOOKS TO UTILITY FINANCING; Many Large Flotations Are Held in Readiness for Fa- vorable ...
  • ENJOINS SECURITY SALES.; Kansas Court Temporarily Acts Against Cities Service Company.
  • GOLD MINING REVIVAL PLANNED IN CALIFORNIA; Movement to Resume Use of Hydraulic Process May Give Work ...
  • Half Year's Municipal Loans 30 Per Cent Below Average
  • ASSAILS PROPOSAL TO INFLATE MONEY; Victor Morawetz Says Plan Would Bankrupt Many Cities and Corporations. ...
  • Stock Exchange Closed for Extra Holiday -- Events of the Past Week.
  • RISE IN HOG PRICES BRINGS JOY TO IOWA; Gain of $40,000,000 Indicated if the Market Holds Firm Through ...
  • PLACER GOLD GAINS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA; Production in 1931 Was $291,- 922, Against $125,315 in 1930, ...
  • Friendlier View of Soviet Trade Is Noted By American-Russian Chamber of Commerce
  • News, Comment and Incident on the Stock Exchange and in the Financial Markets.
  • NEW LINER MAKING FAST VOYAGE HERE; Motorship Georgic Will Dock This Afternoon, 16 Hours Ahead of Expected ...
  • ELECTRIC INDUSTRY SPEEDING REFORMS; Recent Speech of F.L. Carlisle Calling for Changes Said to Reflect ...
  • Britain Tops United States In Anthracite Sales to Canada
  • ROADS WOULD UNIFY DRIVES FOR REFORM; Leaders Plan to Merge the American Association With Executives' ...
  • BUSINESS HOLIDAY ENDS CHICAGO HEIGHTS CRISIS; Suburb Which Shut Down for a Week Resumes Normal Work ...
  • TRAVEL TO EUROPE REACHES ITS PEAK; Shipping Men Expect Heavy Bookings to Continue for at Least a Month. ...
  • Plans Action to Recover Kreuger Funds, If Used in Speculation, for Stockholders
  • CUNARD LINE 92 YEARS OLD.; All but One of Its Ships at Sea on Anniversary Tonight.
  • COLLINGS YACHT IS SOLD.; Boat Which Figured In Murder Mystery Taken to Bridgeport.
  • WORLD IS AWAITING PLANS FOR STERLING; Britain's Monetary Policy Will Affect Trade of All Countries. ...
  • 286 COURSES AT SYRACUSE.; Faculty of 201 Will Teach at the Summer School Opening Wednesday
  • PULASKI DAY APPROVED.; President Endorses Congress's Trib- ute to Revolutionary Hero.
  • OTTO O. STILLMAN.; Retired Jeweler Was a Civic Leader of New Brunswick, N.J.
  • SUMMER SCHOOL OPENS AT HARVARD THIS WEEK; For East Seminar Is Innovation in Six Weeks' Schedule of 185 ...
  • Found Dead in Auto on Road.
  • DIES OF JOY OVER SIGHT.; San Diego Woman Had Just Tested Operation's Success.
  • HONOR STUDENT KILLS SELF; N.B. Sawyer Ends Life on Coast -- Father in Interior Department.
  • GET WRIT IN WATER FIGHT.; Residents of Peekskill Section Win Service by Court Action.
  • Church Programs
  • WEST POINT CADETS END BIG GUN PRACTICE; Class Leaves Fortress Monroe After Three Weeks of In- tensive ...
  • CAPTAIN W. STEVENSON.
  • RALPH S. MAUGHAM.
  • COL. VARIEN B. DIXON.; Retired U.S. Army Officer Served In the World War.
  • WILLIAM H.E. CHASE.
  • The Museum of Modern Art to Install a Department of Architecture as a Regular Feature.
  • JAMES V. FLYNN.
  • WILLIAM WHEELER, ONCE ENGINEER, DIES; Hydraulic Consultant Was 81 Years Old -- Former Head of Sapporo ...
  • A Retrospective Exhibition.
  • BRUNO THIEL.
  • MRS. JAMES B. OSBORNE.
  • DANA L. SPRING.; Prominent Buffalo Lawyer Was Son of Late Supreme Court Justice.
  • CAPTAIN DOUGAL McLEOD.
  • MRS. JAMES BURNS.
  • JULIUS A. WILLCOX.; Former Associate Justice of Su- preme Court of Vermont.
  • DR. JOSEPH J. GREENBLATT.
  • Marriage Announcement 1 -- No Title
  • GEORGE SCHLOSSER.
  • Funeral of Husband and Wife.
  • SALVADORE CARUSO.
  • JAMES N. GAMBLE, 95, DIES IN HIS SLEEP; Vice President of Procter & Gamble Was Noted for His Benefactions. ...
  • SAMUEL G. ADAMS DIES; LONG IN WOOL TRADE; Former President of Dealers' As- sociation in BostonuEx-Police ...
  • DR. BURGESS DEAD; FAMOUS SCIENTIST i ______; I uuuu Director of U. S. Bureau of ! Standards Stricken ...
  • Birth Notice 1 -- No Title
  • Notes of Social Activities in Metropolitan District and Elsewhere
  • Consternation Felt In Lisbon.
  • FRANCIS ST. JOHN RICHARDS; For 40 Years Represented St. Louis Globe Democrat in East.
  • MISS CARRIE A. KNAPP.
  • Ex-King Had Large Fortune.
  • EX-KING MANOEL DIES OF SUDDEN ILLNESS; Former Portuguese Monarch Is Stricken as He Prepares to Go to ...
  • Obituary 1 -- No Title
  • DRY STRATEGY BOARD SPLITS ON STATEMENT; Dispute in Chicago Over Wording of Attack on Roosevelt Speech ...
  • FINDS NEGROES HERE HARD HIT BY SLUMP; The Salvation Army Pleads for Funds to Carry On Relief Work in ...