BANKING: Family Party

After the monthly trustees' meeting last week, 350 officers, employees and guests of Manhattan's Union Dime Savings Bank gathered at the Hotel Pierre to celebrate a gala occasion. Union Dime was 100 years old, and over the years it had gone from piggy-bank size to the nation's 15th biggest mutual savings bank with deposits of $485 million. In a way too the party was in honor of a man. At 66, Union Dime's President John Wilbur Lewis had spent 48 years at the bank, helping it grow and growing with it until the onetime $2-a-week errand boy was a...

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