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For Pulpwood Win Nelson's Approval B» the Associated Press. NEW YORK, Nov. 11.—Donald M. Nelson, chairman of the War Pro duction Board, yesterday urged greater production of pulpwood for paper and paper products and in dorsed the Newspaper Pulpwood Committee's drive to have citizens of; 1,200 pulpwood producing areas cut a cord of wood for every local boy in service. In a letter to Walter M. Wear, chairman of the Newspaper Pulp wood Committee, Mr. Nelson pointed out pulpwood makes not only pack ages for military equipment, but goes directly into many war items. It was announced that Sattis Sim mons, publisher of the Jackson Her ald, Ripley, W. Va., had been award ed first prize of $1,000 in War bonds for carrying on the most successful pulpwood cutting campaign thus far. More than 1,600 weekly and small daily papers competed. Cord for Each Boy. Mr. Simmons' plan of cutting a ford of wood for each local boy in service gave the slogan to the in tensified pulpwood drive of Novem ber 11 to December 11. Nearly six times that much was cut in his community. The goal is elimination of the threatened 2.600.000-cord shortage of pulpwood this year. Another development in the at tempt to solve the shortage of news print was an experimental printing press test of paper containing vary ing percentages of old newspapers made yesterday on the regular presses of the New York Daily News. The Chicago Tribune will make test press runs later. The New York Times tried several rolls of the test paper earlier yesterday. [but withheld comment pending fur ther tests. Color Quality Chief Objects. Testing of color and printing qual ity were the chief objects of the trial, made before two-score newspaper publishers, paper mill representa tives and Government officials. Six tests used ordinary newsprint, laboratory-test newsprint, newsprint containing 23 per cent old paper with the ink washed out, newsprint containing 45 per cent de-inked pa per, newsprint with 10 per cent old newspapers and finally paper made up of 80 per cent of new pulp and 20 per cent of old papers. The slight bluish gray color of the paper itself was the most noticeable difference between the latter two types and regular editions of the news. The print was about the same on reading matter and pictures. Manager of Sun Optimistic. Edwin S. Friendly, general man ager of the New York Sun, said after the tests, "There is no doubt newspapers can be printed success fully” on newsprint containing re claimed paper. John H. Hinman, president of the International Paper Co., thought utilization of old newspapers with out de-inking was possible as a war time measure, but would depend on waste paper supplies. Other awards in the pulpwood cutting campaign included: Walter B. 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Woman Convicted In Kidnaping of Boy, 2 By th* Associated Press. NEW YORK, Nov. 11.—A Federal Court jury yesterday convicted a 20-year-old woman of kidnaping 2 year-old Jimmy Di Maggio last July, but recommended mercy on her plea that she committed the crime in an effort to win back her former hus band's love by convincing him the child was theirs. Accepting the jury's recommenda tion. Judge John C. Knox said he would sentence Mrs. Mary Penora r Tilove, the youthful defendant, on November 10 to an Institution where she would obtain instruction and symypathetic treatment to enable her to support herself. He said the term would not be an ex tended one. Gertrude Gottlieb, defense attor ney, told the jury Mrs. Tilove, in a “mental haze” suffered as a result of a disordered marital life, took the Di Maggio child from an East Side park to Nashville, Tenn., on July 3 in an effort to win back the af fections of her divorced husband, jSergt. August Tilove. One swallow gives palliative relief. 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