Boston (Aug. 2)
Lewis Goldberg, former member of the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities and prominent in Jewish affairs was nominated yesterday for the Massachusetts Superior Court by Governor Joseph B. Ely.
Mr. Goldberg was named to succeed Judge Henry P. Lummus who was elevated to fill the vacancy on the bench of the Supreme Judicial Court which Professor Felix Frankfurter of Harvard Law School declined.
Mr. Goldberg is a prominent member of the Jewish community and is affiliated with the Kehillath Israel Congregation of Brookline. He is chairman of its Hebrew School Committee and is active in Zionist work. Mrs. Goldberg was formerly president of New England Hadassah. Mr. Goldberg is an observant Jew. His father recently died in Palestine.