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The Rockland news. (Nyack, N.Y.) 1???-192?, March 11, 1921, Image 8

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(tiro: .r^resilent r^c«iy ( . aad Trustee _ g 4 ?I\ no.r havp faitWdllf pccupjled''Seats Sh, ■ the village^ beoftl for '.luany ‘ ylpsifs. ..yaud' they have a wide and jciikn^re'- ' liensive knoivledge of th.^ needs pCtL'e municipality. \iVluclr of- their time'has i. been freely devoted to the interests v -of South' jsyack aml to .tiheir earpr.ft' ■endeavors' Is' attributed ‘ many.'ben'{> ; . — Ajj- and ’ iittpror.cinettits; — -Sins - .- Sayres has served only one tenu-.bift itcf work has been-entirely satisfactory. TreasHrer Perry and Collector M;, h - - -elihU' hare ynfstr Xvoii ’ Ji 1 pfais e for . their work and ’ they, too, wire ttdml- flated .wtihplifc opposition.. . Much .Interest reatres. in a -propo- sitirrn to raise $3,450 by'the issuance of'bonds for the purpose of installing. -K firealarm\signal boxes, something, 'absolutely decenary. Taxpayers of • the 'village-are .in favor of-., the propo ­ sition, it '!» said, and tiie ' firemen are working hard to have . it .carried^ ; • j « | ' t ^ ‘ . <f .gEaaOKiaiC . ! ' 7 I •; ‘ , (17 years .with Ged* O. Martine ) \ V - 4„ \ :V * — ; !r | i 1 Jv i rI • ; l|C: Jf ; - Ji-ih ’ .'i, 1: ■v, •i ' t. 109 Maih St.j , ’ . \ \ ' P^one . It ’ ormerily' MjtrHne A| Skm in 1 Ffd ’ m New Yorlj; Timep, . Februapr 25, SCISSORS NOW INFERIOR. r Security Lends Itself To ‘ Our Depositors Scissors and Shears of Arucri- 1 ( can, -German and French mami- ‘ fact'ure fio, hot: se'em to ( be. Vour funds are safeguarded by ampler •'■-renouf'ces, ' ’ strong . m^iagemeht and constant national • supervision. - The. Nyayk National Tbmk adheres cldseiy to thpybed rock principles that • characterize America ’ s • most 'powerful financial IhstUutions. • The- cbhtimjcsd growth of this bank is the' result of progressive and effi- cieut -service. • VAMPS MAKE PLEA FOR NEW MACHINE! Npark Natitmal j®ank to fotmdr. standgrdi. of quaiity, . according to users of them.' Complaints ■'are J heard from bar- ‘ \ bjcrg that - the instjeoments sup ­ plied to t(iem fail to hold a Out- - Aiat ed gc for fly lenfltti.af-.tim.V..: and are; Often unsatisfactory even when first used. The same trouble is said to extend to- razors. . Wbeh the war shut off German imports, French manu ­ factures of this kind were. re--*, sorted to, and then the Ameri- ' can product- had its inning in the hair cutting establishments. Thb domestic scissors, .Shears and razors werd said to be equal in quality to the imported arti ­ cle, but a clean bill has not been given to any of the pres ­ ent makes. • ' .-*7-. Yii A'yark. A*, f. . gave reasons ' why apparatus .! SHOULD'BE BOUGHT. Fireman and Chamber of Commerce Members. Ois'cuss Proposition- — . j ♦ ; Meeting Tonight. ' The Chumbey of Commerce.' willj j meet tonight ter take action On tfeej* piwposltiou' to purcha-o for dligtlattii j j ‘ Hose , Company a pumping t-ngii.s toiT cost $13, SOO;' ; The' proposition is ta ; .^ be. submitted to taxpayers. At-the'vH- [ 4 . up. Watch This Spate tor Future Aniiouncements ,This la the resplt of-a meeting held ’ Wednesday night when repre^enta- j tlvea of, the bose r compajiy gave their | .reasons why the ptoposed bond-issue j sbouiti be carried- The meeting was j culled - .by. the ■ directors mif - the j chamber. . . • -. '' ' 1 ’ Weeiden.-j Bert ■ Gharters. . William .Charter ^. -Benjamin Levison, - Judge Tompkins, H. J. VYightoan.-Harry Min'ford. Julias Peter^idhi'TPeteb Jdnge, 'Jolm V, Ray Ackerman, and T-iVjyd p--;-. - took part in fhe ., ■ .' I President Dunlop,/of the. chamber. ! opened the meeting, and he praised j the. ideal-vamp#,''.dectaring the Nyack ' .Tire. . department-to-4be- — il% -best - iu'-; State.of-New S'ork. . -\• I MA1JN ST NYACK, Telephone 233 1906 1921 i Fifteen Years Old Blades can be. removed and replaced in two-minutes. ' A cutting edge of the finest cutting steel, lasting five times as long as other scissors subjected to the same It- T ickets Obi sale for . BIG HIGH' SCHOOL ’ SHOW One ever Tickets, for the-ten: M-g .act vaude ­ ville .to 'be given in the. Nyack .HigM School'Audjtorium 011 - the evenings ot ; -March. IS- end 19 -are now on salt .. f Reserved seats ■ ar e .being sold veryj .fast. ■ .•. ■ • f ■ The first act will ••'show Smith'and! Opened For Business biarch Lst, 1906 Deposits on that date. Deposits March 1st, 1916 Deposits Now Over • S 25,263.00 1.224.000. 00 2.100.000. 00 in •song .an.d |wix. The 'minstrel will | be followed by tile daxing -and hair- 'raisiug' sumts of “ The . Aerobatic '•Tri'»v “ . There ’ wi]'La,isfl''.be a muslcatl number given by students and quon ­ dam ■ students, - an attractive '-skit. . etl- . titled, ' “ .'Thv- Crystal -Gazer,\ anti ap j electric* ribbon ’ drill, featuring- pret ­ ty girls in various poses. ■ ■ ‘ During '• intermission ' tlie.'audi ­ ence w-iil be'entertained by a guessing contest, \There will ’ b'e several well- known advertisemnts'.represented be-' fdre the , curtain. A prize is' offered' to the person who guesses the-most correctly each night. “ . . ( -The second part of the ~ program Will open ’ with a bevy of beautiful girls in. an attractive setting when ■ fireflies will , dance before the foot ­ lights. A group of strong high school youths will - per from on ladders. An act entitled “ Dances of - the Nations\ ‘ will complete the program. offered to the public. Cling- Cutlery -Corporation is now offering a smail block of Class A Capital Treasury • Stock at $£0.00 a share. This *s your opportunity to become associated with a corpor- [ation manufacturing an article of merit with a world monopoly; INTEREST ON SPECIAL; CHECKING ACCOUNTS 4/ 0 FOUR PER CENT ON PROVIDENj. ACCOUNTS 4% Open Saturday Evenings 7-.8/30 HH ftAVnONO. r. QOMB. • H*WAS0 nc-H .12 YEARS EXPERIENCE 18 YEARS EXPERIENCE 7 PHONE NVACK h 9 * Representative IYMOND t BOHR &COJ LICENSED JUDGES ARE DIVIDED. UNDERTAKERS! ' According to a canvass.of fifty law- , yers and judges mad_d by Sheriff David H. Knott of New York county, .the lawyers' had judges ace divided •about fifty-fifty on the question of women Jur&rs, wlthlhe odds rather dgaEasTTtt® women! Frederick H. Wadbanis. one of the State ’ s veterah lawyjers and Bacretaty of theyNew York S^te Bar .As»ocla!ioh,.,ia-eppdsl c-d .to women Jirnyw and so is Bartow SK Weekd Court. Former Assistant District At- • toimey 'A»iaucu*jfe-i: woojeln Juror*. 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