The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1947 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1947 BLYTniSVll.LE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE TREKS World Banker Calls Loan'High' Marshall Plan Asks This Institution to Provide $3 Billion : HOLLYWOOD Flu., Dec. 3. <UP> /—Eugene R. Black. U. S. executive director of the World Bank, sail) licrc last niaht that the $3.003.000,- i COO which the bank would be called | on to provide under the Marsha 1 ! j plan was "pretty much on the high i side." " | nut, he told the Investment ' Bankers Association, tlie bank has sufficient funds lo meet any nrcss- inp loan applications from member countries outside the Marshall Plan area. The World Bank has about S5CO,- GCO.OOO in uncommitted funds, Black said, and does not contemplate any new financing before Spring. The World Bank's top U.S. representative said the institution has been studying -the Marshall Plan lor t\yo months and has made available to government committees its experiences gained in the field of international lending. j He promised the bankers tlmy would be taken into the World j Bank's confidence on any plans lor ' financing or other operations. I 'You ivon't have lo rely on the possip of columnists." he told the 1BA, "when any new financing is I contemplated." ! Black said commercial banks were the largest investors ir. ihe initial financing of the World Bank. Of Ihe original capital of S250.000.030, commercial banks subscribed $114,713.000. The next three largest subscriber Rroups, he said, were insurance companies, individuals and savings banks. Heads Marines Meyer Takes Blood Test n Paternity Litigation NEW YORK, Dec. 3 (UP) — ohnny Meyer, elusive press agent 3r Howard Hughes, came out ol Idlng long enough yesterday lo ibmlt to n blood lest in conned Ion 1th a paternity suit brought against 1m by a former night club cigarette Alaj.-Gen. Cliilon i). Calcs, above, 54, commandant ol Marine Corps schools, will soon be the nation's No. 1 Marine. He succeeds Gen. A. A. Vandegrifl. present corps commandant, who will retire Jan. 1 when his four- year term as chief expires. came vice-president, of the Pnllo National Bank. He served In lha capacity until his appointment the Federal Reserve board in 193 Ctrl. Meyer, who reportedly flc\v liei'e from Washington, will BO to trial Thursday on a charge by blonde I'a'vrlcla Miles Hint, ho Is the lather ol a boy born lo her lust February. The pudity press will underwent the blood test at the office »f Dr. Faces Mule Thefts LITTLE ItOUK, Ark., lire. 3. <UI')~ A 47-year old Wilglitsvlllo, Ark., Nt'Kio \va.x lo Ue tried on charges of grand laiveny In mu- A little l,iIn Miss Miles und the nk'liuil emirt loday—accused of wave (;f ninle thefl.v 1'ollcc said Henry Uriullry stole at least two mules, whleli lie was dls- covered selling lo a rendering Jnc- tory, and they bollovo he was connected with llic disappearance last week ol n horse »nd u mule, \vlileh Alexander .S. Wiener In Brooklyn, 1 baby appealed at the office aiid tmb- niul left biloic iiL\\smen lould milted to blood Usls were last seen grazing binic of the Aikansas Hl\ci * [ Ends Recruit Training James Worlhey, son of Mrs, Ora Iscnhowcr a! Sleele, Mo., lifts completed recruit (raining at the Naval Training Center at San Diego, C'allf., and lui.s l>een luls'auccd to tlie rating of .seaman second class, the Navy said loduy. the MIGHTY FAST RELIEF fel RHEUMATIC ACHES-WUW MUSTEROLE •UIOM 'V x^Kc *Two Men Held In Attempted Extortion Case GRACF.VILLE. Pla., Dec. 3 (UP) —Police today held two men in connection with an attempt to extort S25.000 from a banker here on threats of killing his 13-year-old daughter. Sheriff Barkley Cause said 21- year-old Ernest Hcmby had admitted that he wrote the extortion note, dictated by his stepfather, Daniel George, 52. The two men were held in County Jail in Marianna and Gause said a third suspect in the plot would probably be apprehended today. J. J. Jones. Graccville farmer and banker, told the State Highway Patrol he found the extortion note Saturday, pinned to his auto windshield".' "•:••. The two-page letter, written In red ink, directed him to lake S25.000 to a lonely spot or his 13-year-old V daughter, Margaret, would be shot between 11 and 12 noon that day. Jones left the money as directed while two patrolmen In hunting clothes watched from a hiding place. No one appeared to collect the money, but young Hemby was found in the neighborhood later and held for questioning. Meamvhilc Jones' wife, his daughter Margaret and another daughter 1 months old remained at home under guard. Hemby was released after his first arrest,' patrolmen said, but was rearrested Monday when witnesses identified him as having watched Jones enter the bank Saturday to get the money. ^ Federal Reserve Board Member Dies in Atlanta ATLANTA, Ga., Dec. 3 (UP)— Ronald Ransom, vice-chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Bank System, tiled at his homo here last night at the age ol G5 after a long illness. Ransom, a native of Columbia, 5. 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