Business: Mutual Savers

Representing a constituency of 13,500,000 plain citizens with $9,500,000,000 tucked away in 567 mutual savings banks in 18 States, the National Association of Mutual Savings Banks held its 14th annual convention in Manhattan last week, heard the following:

Philip A. Benson (Dime Savings Bank of Brooklyn) who was reelected the Association's president: ". . . We still believe that the least government is the best government. . . ."

Charles Willard Young Jr., 33-year-old Manhattan investment counselor: "I shall not forget a conference with one of the academic know-it-alls . . . who made...

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