Detroit Welfare Federation Fills Two Board Vacancies
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Detroit Welfare Federation Fills Two Board Vacancies

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Nate S. Shapero has been elected vice-president of the Jewish Welfare Federation and George M. Stutz and Judge Charles Rubiner have been added to the board of governors, according to an announcement by Clarence H. Enggass, Federation president.

Mr. Shapero, a philanthropist has long been active in Jewish communal circles. He is president of the Jewish Centers Association and has occupied responsible posts in each of the last three Allied Jewish Campaigns.

George M. Stutz, assistant prosecuting attorney, has been an ardent worker and an untiring leader in social movements.

Judge Charles Rubiner, of the Common Pleas Court, was formerly Assistant Attorney General of the State of Michigan. He headed the speakers’ bureau of the last Allied Jewish Campaign.

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