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Justice Levy Rebukes Everett Levy for Application to Change Name

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A ## to an American Jew for seeking to change the ## name of Lewy to that of Lewy was expressed by Justice Arson J. Lewy, of the Supreme Cease, before when the application was brought. The application was groaned to Erevan Lewy “so that his people might be well rid of him” the Justice told the application.

Mr. Lewy said in this application that when he finished school and ## a job, three years ago, he ## his name an he a ##. Assuring the name of Lewy, he found employment with the Bell Telephone ## Ica, where he is new employed. He is to marry soon and to would future communications be wished his name ## changed.

In groaning the application. Justice Lewy declared: “The ## here is twenty-five years of age. If he were more means I ## whether this sort of application would he presented, Of course. I share his ## and grief in his ## to get employment in his profession, and indeed lament the fact that this was ## to the name he born.

“Character and courage are essential in ## off these viziers and ## as he prefers to run Ica him. ## he is wholly ## of the fact that the Edible reds as that the ## of Lewi never worshiped the golden ## the application be caused, so that his people might he well rid of him.”

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