When the Good Will Court meets at 26 Johnson street, Brooklyn, Monday evening, a set of three new judges will preside. They will be Mrs. Grace Strongin, welfare worker; George B. Rice, lawyer, and Mortimer L. Simpson, educator.
The services of the tribunal are free. It is presided over by a Jew, a Catholic and a Protestant. It exists to achieve amicable settlement of controversies without technicalities, delays or lawsuits.