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Court Hears AJ Congress Demand for Right to Picket Fair
NEW YORK (JTA) — Judge
Birdie Amsterdam of the New
York State Supreme Court reserved
decision on a motion by the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, seeking a
preliminary injunction to restrain
Robert Moses, president of the
New York World's Fair, and the
World's Fair, from interfering on
the Fair's opening day with the
organization's plans to picket the
Jordanian Pavilion for continuing
to display a mural considered
defamatory to the Jewish people
Howard M. Squadron, chairman
of the Congress Commission on
Law and Social Action, presented
arguments on a suit filed April 9
by Dr. Joachim Prinz, president of
the AJC and 10 others.
The aim of the suit is to obtain
a permanent injunction, restrain-
ing Moses and Fair officials from
arresting organization officials
from exercising their constitution-
al rights of free speech.
Fair's Israel Pavilion
to Feature New Exhibits
NEW YORK—The American-
Israel Pavilion at the New York
World's Fair will open this year
with new exhibits, products and
One of the most exciting addi-
tions to the Land of the Bible ex-
hibit is a 2,700-pound stone column
from the ancient Capernaum Syna-
gogue where, according to Chris-
tian tradition, Jesus preached. A
life-sized three dimensional scene
portrays how copper was mined
and processed during the time of
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King Solomon, and there is a rare
collection of 12 clay idols wor-
shipped by the ancients of Canaan,
a group of weapons of the period
and a collection of clay and glass
utensils dating to 3,000 years ago.
A loan from former president
Harry S. Truman consists of mag-
nificent Torah scrolls and a copy
of the White House announcement
of May 14, 1948 recognizing the
new state. A salt water aquarium
will feature unique and colorful
fish from the Red Sea.
"A Fair Within the Fair" is the
description given to the Israel mer-
chandise display at the American-
Israel Pavilion of the New York
World's Fair by Israel Wolsky,
president of Israel Products, Inc.,
New York. Thousands of products,
literally from soup to nuts, will be
on sale in the admission-free sec-
tion adjacent to the Pavilion where
Wolsky's firm is the sole conces-
sionaire to the 1,200 square-foot
open air space and an 800 square-
foot air-conditioned store.
Recorded Jewish Songs and Stories
Are Ably Selected in Strauss Record
After listening to the recorded
selections in "Songs and Stories
of the Jewish Holidays," sung and
narrated by Herb Strauss, there
is the conviction that it was a labor
This recording, produced by
Decca Distributing Corp., shows
wisdom in the selection of themes,
splendid narration, able singing,
Herb Strauss uses both the Sep-
hardic and Ashkenazic pronuncia-
tions in his renditions. He ex-
plains that such usage was by per-
sonal familiarity or habit.
He had received his inspiration
from his father, the late Dr. Man-
fred M. Strauss. A Princeton and
Columbia graduate, having attained
high scholastic honors and having
made his mark as a singer, he has
appeared in many important
shows. His love for the Jewish song
evidences itself admirably in his
This series includes Sabbath,
Purim, Passover, Shavuot, High
Holy Days, Snkkot, Simhat Torah,
Hanukah and other selections. The
choices are commendable. The Sab-
bath and holiday spirit will enter
the homes where this recording
will be played with added zeal.
Among Best Surfers
Gary Propper, a 17 - year - old
from Cocoa Beach, Florida, is the
East Coast surfing champion.
Gary won the title in New Jersey,
competing against 100 contestants.
Surfer Magazine has ranked him
37th best surfer in the world. Gary
also holds the Florida State crown,
and is the only certified surf in-
structor in that state.
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MIAMI BEACH—Former Kings
County Court Judge Louis Gold-
stein of New York died April 15
at his home here. He was 82.
Judge . Goldstein, although re-
tired since 1953, continued to serve
for several years as a trial exam-
iner for the New York City Board
Among the well-known court
cases in which he participated was
his sentencing in 1952 of Bank rob-
ber Willie Sutton. His faith in an-
other convict's innocense saw the
man's eventual release. T h e
wrongly convicted man became a
Protestant minister and wrote a
book on his experiences.
Before being elected to a term
the State Assembly, Judge
Jewish Agency Executive in
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JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Jew- in the investigation of more than
ish Agency executive announced 5,000 cases. He was for four years
chairman of the board of judges
that a plenary session will be held of
April 26-May 2 with the participa
tion of American members and Dr.
Nahum Goldmarm. Dr. Israel
Goldstein told the executive that
Britain's Keren Hayesod drive
will bring a total of 2,350,000
pounds ($6,550,000), which he said
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