James Smith Bush-Director-NW Intern. Bank-Mason City Globe-p.17-3 Aug 1963
co com up, said r t ment that in the house be few discouraging ton. UUU Northwest International Bank to is expected to o p e n in the near permit valuation is $30,000. Four bank $ directors are named The election of four new "directors of the Northwest Inter national Bank was announced Friday. Named to the board of the cently - organized internationa banking firm with headquarter in New York are ^Albert G. ermayer, senior vice prcsiden and a director of Cargill, inc. Terrance H a n o 1 d, ; vice president, general man i g e r of international opera ions, treasurer and a director of the Piilsbury Co.; Tom McDonald, executive vice , president and a director of Minnea p o 1 i s - Honeywell Co., and William F. Mitchell, vice president a n d corporate administrative officer for chem- cal and international activities of General Mills, Inc. All are based in Minneapolis. Northwest International Bank was organized earlier this year by Northwest Bancorporation, a bank holding company with headquarters in Minneapolis On July 17 last, the election if James Smith Bush as president and manager of North- west International Bank was announced, effective Sept. l. Mr. Bush has served for four years as a director of the Ex- what port-Import Bank of With an initial capital and oaid in surplus of $2,500,000 uture.