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Julius S. BERC

Julius S. BERC, American State Legislator.

Background

  • BERC, Julius S. was born on July 15, 1895 in New York City.

  • Education

    • Public School, New York City. New York University, 1 year Home Studies.

    Career

    • Y.C.; church Beulah, Warren. Employed as Law Clerk prior to World War. Served as member 308 Infantry, during World War.

      Became interested in Veterinary Organisations Elected Member of New York Assembly, from 3 Dist of Bronx. New York City, 1922 to 1930. Court of Appeals of State of New York, by its special order, admitted him to practice of law, 1925.

      Has since built up very substantial general law practice.

    Membership

    Member of Bronx Lodge of Benev. and Prot. Order Elks; Nathan Hale Lodge. Free and Accepted Masons.

    Rchobath Lodge; l.O. B'nai B’rith. Bronx Lodge, Knights of Pythias. Harlem Camp; M.W. of A. American Legion.

    Veterans, of Foreign Wars. Disabled American Veterans. Louis Fleischman Benev.

    Society; Union Civic League. Bronx Friends of Erin. Bronx Chamber of Commerce.

    Bronx Board of Trade. Bronx Company Bar Association. New York Company Lawyers Association.

    Jewish War Yets, of the United States (Commander-in-Chief).

    Connections

    • Spouse Rose Schram, N.
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    Born July 15, 1895
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