The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1949 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 21, 1949
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tmmSI5AY, JULY «1, 194f BL,TTHEVn,LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE TERR Right to Defend Name Is Sought Condon Bocks Bill To Let Subjects of Probes Retaliate WASHINGTON, July 21—W— Dr. Edward U. Condon asked Congress yesterday to safeguard a person's right t° present his own case once his name and reputation have become Involved in an Investlsa- ffc- Condon, director of the National Bureau o f Standards, gave the Senate Rules Committee tiis endorsement of a bill by Senator Lucas (D-U1). the Senate majority leader. The bill would permit l>erson suffering adverse cUticism in a Congressional inquiry to be heard and to cross-examine witnesses having testified against him In his statement. Condon citec his own experience with the House Committee on Un-American Acttiv- Hies. He said during most ol 1947 "there appeared at frequent intervals unfriendly newspaper article: about me attributed to committee sources say' n B that 1 was abou to be investigaed by the committei and implying that sinister revela lions were soon to be made." Finally, he said, a subcommftte report was issued on March I, 1018, Man Asks Neighbor ~o Co// Undertaker, hen Commits Suicide TEXARKANA, Ark., July 11. (AP) —A Texarkana man was found dead shortly after he told a neigh- x>r yesterday lo "call an under- aker. you'll need one In about wenty minutes." Miller County Deputy Sheriff rilliimn Johnson said death was ermed a suicide by a coroner's ury. Johnson said the man. Identified LS Joseph Leo Palmer, 43, waa found beside a fired 12-gauge shot ;un In his back yard. He had told a woman neighbor to call the undertaker. Johnson said the woman became alarmed and called her brother, who rushed to the home. He found Painter dead, Johnson said. "exclusively devoted to an attempt to support Its unsupportable contention that I was untrustworhy and unfit tor public office." In that report the subcomittee called Dr. Condon "one of the weakest links" in the nation's atomic security. Condon, who denied this at the [line, said the committee never has given him .. hearing or amplified Its report. The committee has taken the position that Condon never asked formally to be heard. It has said it will give him a hearing if lie makes such a request. Woo/worth Heiress, III, Get» Custody of Son DKDHAM, Man., July Jl. (AP) — Woolnorth heirets Barbara Button Troubetzkoi Is critically 111 In Park, weight down U> tt pounds, and she needs her 13-year-old son with her, a court was t»ld yesterday. She Is loo 111 to make the voyage to see her son. Lance, whose custody she lifts shared with a former husband, Danish Count Curt Haugwitz Reventlow, the court was told. Her condition was disclosed In probate court when Judge Arthur W. 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