The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 10, 1948 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 10, 1948
Page 7
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-.BATUKPAT, JANUAHY 10, 1948 BLYTHRVILLBjAnK.)" COURIER NEWS Rog S ,d Tokyo Scrop Collector, COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD U Get Rich As Paper Shortage Grows NEWS IN PICTURES .S. Marine Head, Gen. Vandergrift; Retires to Life of Virginia Squire 1AI I:K 1>RIVE-FOR MONEY-The ncute shortage of paper in Japan has boosted Ule va l ue of scrap paper to 20 \. f} ^ ™ nnn .n't' ^"^ u " a « l ' s '°'"<"> «'«Hh. abouMO.OOO y n a ^nth, to the ragged scrap collectors who roam the allcvs o" Tokyo, as above. ANOTHER AMKJUCAN FIRST—Anne Kullmcr, 39, of Indian• polls, 1ml., (lie first wunmn ever to conduct tha famed Parii Consofratory Orchestra, leads 1'Ycncli musiciana in a rehearsal «» violinist Jncciui-R Tliibanlti nolos. M!s« Kullmer mud* h«r *«but u a gomluclor in Berlin when the wa» 21, GRIM—Fou r a, Governor-General of Pakistan, strolls on th. Irmn o . Government House at Karachi with his sister, Fatima. ranking officers of the Nazi High Command lislcn as thev are charged with war ™« »g«n«t humanity before an American mi ,iUr y (l ,b,,,,ni. Ml ,„ r f e °,, ( ™* ™ Woehler, W.lhelm von Lccb, Rudolf Lehmann and Johannc. Blaskowiif ^^••^•^^Hl - ' . - ^rigt^T,' C)if '° n B ' Cal "' '•«• "ceiveseongra -«.-^^^a?-r^r::^ G '"P"'*• A. Vande- C ° rp '' Wil —i"E the "''^ «««d to nU A f.IKE IS SAVED—Fireman William t.oebop lies unconscious as a police emergency man applies the initiator while another fireman anxiously watches the oxygen flow. Ki.inlic cfforls re-i \torcd respiration. Loebnp was helping battle a five-alarm' fire in New York, FISHKRWOM AN — Th» i Raily-stripcd jerseys worn by Torlngucse fishermen inspired this colorful resort cojtuma modeled by actrcsj Dorolhy McGuire in Hollyvvc-rd. Th« blouse ia fashioned of un- ! lijr.-icbctl muslin, striped svilli j waterproof paint in shades of ) \- oitron, fiiUc tnd tqua. J FUEL IS WHERF YOU FIND IT in Berlin. Worried about heating his home when winter lilt Berlin, this German discovered Uic stump of an old beech tree in the destroyed Tiergarten, ne»r Prussian Victory monument. Tho tough stump will Ukt dayj to r«duo« to kindling wood^

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