Business: Personnel: Jan. 11, 1937

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¶At 30, having shown conspicuous ability in all manner of jobs during and after Detroit's banking crisis, Charles Thomas Fisher Jr., a Republican, was last year named a director of Reconstruction Finance Corp. by Franklin Roosevelt. Last week President Roosevelt "reluctantly" permitted his great & good friend Frank Murphy, Michigan's new Governor, to take this banker son of one of the seven body-building Fisher brothers of Detroit away from RFC, make him the State's Banking Commissioner.

A graduate of Georgetown University (Class of 1928), Banker Fisher got...

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