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Dramatic work, parties, concerts, dawn hikes and bus trips are in store for the working girls who will spend ##eir vacations at Bay House, Bellport, Long Island, on the Great South Bay. It is to open its season on June 25. The house is operate by the Jewish Working Girls’ Vacation Society, one of the organizations of the Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropies.

Girls who have always wanted to act will get their chance in the first production of the season, Oscar Wilde’s “Birthday of the Infanta.” Costumes and all other work on the production will be done by the vacationing girls.

Those who play musical instruments will participate in weekly concerts. Parties of every description—kiddie, stunt, cabaret, beach, side show, etc.—are on the social bill-of-fare. Registration is now going on, and girls are required to apply in person. Nominal rates prevail. The society also operates the Lehman House at Big Indian, N. Y., where working girls may spend vacations at slightly higher rates. which were sued for a total of $450,000 damages on the charge of illegally interfering with the business of the plaintiff by boycotting the Certified firm for selling German goods.

FILED A YEAR AGO

The original complaint was filed a year ago, when the suit was in stituted as a result of alleged attacks in the Jewish Bakers Voice. Intimidation of bakery owners dealing with the Certified also was claimed.

Abe Schwartz and Morris Greenberg, owners of the plaintiff concern, accused the three defendants of having “deliberately and maliciously attempted to prevent the plaintiff’s customers and other Jewish bakers from purchasing the plaintiff’s products, intending to destroy the good-will of the plaintiff.”

ABSOLVED IN PROBE

In August of last year the Certified invited the investigation of its merchandise by the American League for the Defense of Jewish rights, Inc. Ezekiel Rabinowitz, secretary, then reported that the inquiry “has convinced us beyond a reasonable doubt that the Certified yeast sold by you is not of German origin and moreover does not contain any ingredients imported from Germany.”

Last January the firm was absolved of the charge of dealing in German goods by the Jewish Court of Arbitration. The judges on that occasion were Bernard S. Detusch, David Sarnoff and Dr. Israel Goldstein.

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