The University of Nebraska STAR Unit lost two of its officers Monday when Maj. Marvin T. Edmison and Capt. Robert P. Carroll left for stations in Iowa.
Maj. Edmison’s new position will be to aid in the training of infantrymen at Iowa State College, Ames, and Capt. Carroll will be attached to the classification service as Adjutant at the State University at Iowa City.
Source: Daily Nebraskan, November 10, 1943.
Source: Livingston County Daily Press, October 25, 1942.
Source: Adrian Daily Telegram , September 30, 1942.
When the Everglades Drainage District recently turned down a proposal of Horton C. Rorick, Toledo, Ohio, head of a bondholders committee for refunding the district bonded debt, it was not in the nature of things that he had said that last word in warning the committee he was through.
Rorick now advised bondholders that he cannot obtain “certain amendments to the present Everglades act in order to safeguard and enforce” bondholders’ rights under any new refunding agreements unless they are prepared to sell their bonds for 50 cents on the dollar.
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Louis H. Loosley, who has been in the accounting department with the Petaluma branch of the Diamond Match company, in Petaluma, has left for Ukiah, where he has been made manager of the company’s plant in that city. He is filling the position vacated by Lee M. Mapes, who resigned. Mrs. Loosley, and the couple’s two sons, aged 9 and 15, will join Mr. Loosley as soon as they can find a suitable residence in Ukiah. Their departure from Petaluma is regretted.
Loosley came here six years ago when the Diamond Match company purchased the old established business of Camm & Hedges. He was previous to his coming to Petaluma, employed by Gladding & McBean company, of Oakland, dealers in building materials.
Source: Petaluma Argus-Courier, December 18, 1940.
Source: Marshall Evening Chronicle, May 8, 1935.
Source: Washington Evening Star, November 8, 1934.
Source: Livingston County Daily Press, May 9, 1934.
Source: Adrian Daily Telegram, February 2, 1927.
After being forced by ill health to relinquish his office as active vice president of the Bank of Coral Gables, L.W. Fuller has recovered sufficiently to go to Binghamton, N.Y., for the summer. The announcement was made yesterday by his daughter, Miss Elsie Fuller. Mr. Fuller will motor to Binghamton with Mrs. Fuller and their son, Robert. They have been spending the last few weeks with Mr. Fuller’s parents, Rev. and Mrs. M.D. Fuller. For more than a year Mr. Fuller has been active vice president of the bank. He retired several weeks ago on the advice of his physicians, who said Mr. Fuller’s work was too confining.
Source: Miami Herald, April 15, 1926.