The final slate of Republican nominees for county judge, district attorney and borough president in Brooklyn at the coming elections will include one Jew, one Catholic and one Protestant, it was decided at a meeting of the executive committee of the Brooklyn Republican organization. A special committee was named to select the candidates for the three offices.
Nine names, three of each faith, are being considered for the three offices. The three Jews under consideration, one of whom will certainly be nominated, are Nathan D. Shapiro, president of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities; Harry Fromberg, New York lawyer, and Harry G. Anderson, former assistant district attorney.
Mr. Shapiro, a member of the state legislature from 1915 to 1917, introduced the first kosher law. In 1919 he was a candidate for municipal court judge. Mr. Fromberg, the founder of the Young Israel movement and president of the Yeshivah of Flatbush, is a former special deputy attorney general and candidate for the state senate. Mr. Anderson, who was assistant district attorney of Kings County from 1912 to 1922, is president of the Brooklyn Y. M. H. A.