This is more of a design opinion question, and this might be the wrong place to ask this, but I digress.
I work on a weekly newspaper that up until now has used "jump headlines", that's to say there's a second headline where the article picks up on a different page.
Looking around at other publications, especially the big ones, I've noticed that very few newspapers do this so I'm just looking for some opinions here. Are jump headlines useful in newspaper layout or do they just take up space and act redundantly?
To clarify, I'm not asking for opinions on completely removing jumps, but rather the reasons to have/not have a full blown 40pt. headline for a jump.