JUDICIARY: Insulated Justice

Associate Justice Owen Josephus Roberts of the U. S. Supreme Court last week summoned circuit and district court judges of the Third Circuit to a conference at Atlantic City. There he discussed with them an impending change in the relation of U. S. courts to the U. S. Government.

Up to now, U. S. judges have had to look for money to the Department of Justice, whose fiscal 1938 budget includes some $18,000,000 for the Judiciary. Since the Department has more cases in those courts than any other agency or person, judges and...

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