JUDICIARY: Art & Justice

Federal Judge Guy L. Fake of New Jersey has a judicial eye for art. Last year he banished from his court a female figure of Justice minus not only the necessary scales but the even more necessary heavy draperies. Last week he disapproved another work of art.

Ready for mounting in Courtroom No. 4 of the Federal court & postoffice building at Newark. N. J. was a two-panel mural by 26-year-old Artist Tanner M. Clark of Somerville. N. J.. who devoted two and one-half years and 500 egg yolks* to depicting the role of courts in protecting children. One of...

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