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SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES
ALLOTMENT OF JUSTICES
It is ordered that the following allotment be made of the Chief Justice and Associate Justices of this Court among the circuits, pursuant to Title 28, United States Code, Section 42, and that such allotment be entered of record, viz.:
For the District of Columbia Circuit, WARREN E. BURGER, Chief Justice.
For the First Circuit, WILLIAM J. BRENNAN, JR., Associate Justice.
For the Second Circuit, THURGOOD MARSHALL, Associate Justice.
For the Third Circuit, WILLIAM J. BRENNAN, JR., Associate Justice.
For the Fourth Circuit, WARREN E. BURGER, Chief Justice.
For the Fifth Circuit, LEWIS F. POWELL, JR., Associate Justice.
For the Sixth Circuit, POTTER STEWART, Associate Justice.
For the Seventh Circuit, John Paul STEVENS, Associate Justice.
For the Eighth Circuit, HARRY A. BLACKMUN, Associate Justice.
For the Ninth Circuit, WILLIAM H. REHNQUIST, Associate Justice.
For the Tenth Circuit, BYRON R. WHITE, Associate Justice. December 19, 1975.
(For next previous allotment, see 404 U. S., p. v.)
DEATH OF MR. JUSTICE REED
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES
MONDAY, APRIL 14, 1980
Present: MR. CHIEF JUSTICE BURGER, MR. JUSTICE BRENNAN, MR. JUSTICE STEWART, MR. JUSTICE WHITE, MR. JUSTICE MARSHALL, MR. JUSTICE BLACKMUN, MR. JUSTICE POWELL, MR. JUSTICE REHNQUIST, and MR. JUSTICE STEVENS.
THE CHIEF JUSTICE said:
Before we proceed today with the regular business of the Court, it is our sad duty to take note of the death of our beloved colleague and friend Mr. Justice Stanley Reed.
He served as a Justice of this Court from 1938 to 1957, after having served as Solicitor General of the United States from 1935 to 1938.
His death came almost 22 years after retiring from this Court, but retirement for Mr. Justice Reed was not the end, but a continuation of his judicial career.
At his own request, he was assigned to sit on United States Courts of Appeals throughout the United States, and particularly on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Çircuit. I shared the pleasant and valuable experience of sitting with him on many cases on that Court, so I found firsthand what his colleagues of this Court knew: that Mr. Justice Reed was a thoughtful, painstaking, able jurist, dedicated to the American system and the Constitution. His 19 years in this Court spanned one of the most stirring periods of the country's history and the Court's history. But whether in agreement or dissent in cases of great importance, Mr. Justice Reed was the epitome of civility.
His career as lawyer in government was unusual, to say the least. He was successively General Counsel of the Fed. eral Farm Board, General Counsel of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, and Solicitor General of the United States before his appointment to this Court by President Roosevelt. He lived a rich and full life in every respect.
I speak for all the Members of this Court in expressing our profound sympathy to Mrs. Reed and to her family, the two sons of Mr. Justice Reed and Mrs. Reed.
On an appropriate occasion after the opening of the next Term of this Court in October, the official memorial service of the Bar will be conducted for Mr. Justice Reed in this Chamber.
TABLE OF CASES REPORTED
NOTE: All undesignated references herein to the United States Code are to the 1976 edition.
Cases reported before page 901 are those decided with opinions of the Court or decisions per curiam. Cases reported on page 901 et seq. are those in which orders were entered. The opinion reported on page 1301 is that written in chambers by an individual Justice.
Aaron v. Securities and Exchange Comm'n......
Page 902, 923 901, 948
193 198 915 924 931 933 968 955 914 973 946 966 969 958 949 958 962 918 944 911 932 923 930
959 914, 958
904 923 951
Page American Interinsurance Exchange v. Commercial Union Assur. Co.. 929 American Radio Assn.; Peltzman v.
951 American Tobacco Co.; Carson v...
959 Amistadi v. Spangenberg ..
907 Anderson Clinic, Inc.; Pfister v.
939 Andrews; Chateau X, Inc. v....
947 Andrus v. Glover Construction Co....
923 Andrus v. Idaho......
715 Andrus v. Virginia Surface Mining & Reclamation Assn..
922 Anniston; Armour v.
940 Anniston Memorial Hospital; Armour v.
940 Antone v. United States. ...
946 Apfelbaum; United States v..
115 Application for Admission to Bar of Massachusetts, In re.
947 Aqueduct and Sewer Authority of Puerto Rico; Rivera v.
932 Arizona; El Paso Natural Gas Co. v.
938 Arizona v. Manypenny...
960 Arizona; McGruder v...
967 Arizona; Williams v.
969 Arkansas; Smith v..
905 Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co.; Ellis v....
964 Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co. v. Luster.
916 Armour v. Anniston...
940 Armour v. Anniston Memorial Hospital. .
940 ASARCO Inc. v. Idaho State Tax Comm'n.....
939 Ash v. United States....
965 Assessor of Cook County; Chicago Title & Trust Co. v....
964 Associated Dry Goods Corp.; Equal Employment Opp. Comm'n v.. 926 Association. For labor union, see name of trade. Athans Engineering & Construction Co. v. Powell..
963 Atkins v. West Virginia.
904 Atlanta; Taylor v.
907, 973 Atlas Corp.; Iowa Electric Light & Power Co. v...
911 Attorney General; Confederation of Iranian Students v.
948 Attorney General; Noe v...
969 Attorney General of Minnesota v. Goldschmidt...
963 Attorney General of New Jersey; Heir v.
940 Attorney General of New York v. Shargel.
922 Attorney General of South Carolina; Bly v.
928 Attorney General of South Carolina; Kirkland v.
906 Attwell v. LaSalle National Bank..
954 Austin; California v.....
956 Authorized Air Conditioning Co. v. National Labor Relations Board. 950 Automobile Workers; Maschhoff v..