JUDICIARY: Judge of Judges

In the House of Representatives last week, New York's short, swart, voluble Congressman Fiorello Henry LaGuardia arose and began: "It is again my unpleasant duty to bring charges against a Federal judge. . . ." It was Mr. LaGuardia's third such speech in three years. Newsgatherers conferred among themselves about the advisability of bestowing upon him some such title as Watch-Dog of the Judiciary.

In 1927, Mr. LaGuardia accused U. S. Judge Frank Cooper of the Northern New York District of dry entrapments. Judge Cooper was censured by the House Judiciary Committee....

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