The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1949 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 4, 1949
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BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 4,1949 Spy 'Shadowing' Maps Enter Trial Work of FBI Agents In Following Pair Of Suspects Shown By Kirl R. Baunuin WASHINGTON, May 4 (/P) — Maps declpitlng the movements of Judith .Coplon and Valentine A. Gubitche^ when they met In New York Jan. 14 were admitted Into evidence In Miss Coplon's espionage trial yesterday over violent defense objections. Miss Coplon's attorney, Archibald Palmer, said the nuips were based on "hearsay '\ and contended the> were "prejudicial" to the defense. Federal Judge Albeit L. Reeves ruled, however, that the maps were Illustrative. "There Is a aiircrcnce of opinion," Palmer said. f "Yes, there is," the Judge obser ved. "There • is no merit in yon: objection." The maps were prepared ntxle: the direction of Leo J. aauthun FBI special agent, and were basci on Information given him by agent who "shadowed" the January 1 meeting of the former Justice DC partment analyst, and Oubltchcv suspenrided United Nations engine In addition to tracing their move ments January 14, the maps also showed how FBI agents trailed the Russian the following morning. Four FBI agents, Including a woman, who followed Miss Coplon and Gubitchev when they met In New York Feb. 18 waited to follow Gauthter on the witness stand. John M. Kelley, Jr., a prosecutor, identified the four as Thomas J. McAndrews, Miss Sappho Mtuios. T. Scott Miller, Jr., and Roger W. Robinson. Kelley said all four took part in the trailing of Miss Coplon and Gubttchev when they met briefly in New York Feb. 18. Later witnesses will testify how they followed Miss Coplon. 27. and Gubitchev, 32, in the hours preceding their arrest March 4. Sen. Raymond E. Baldwin of Connecticut, above, outspoken leader of the GOP liberal wing in Congress, is under criticism from his Republican colleagues for bis decision to quit the Senate in December to accept appointment to the Connecticut Supreme Court. He was appointed by Democratic Gov. Chester Bowles. Permission Given Spain to Try for American Loan WASHINGTON. May 4 (/TV-Th State Department has given Spah permission to negotiate directl •with the Export-Import Bank fo an American government loan. Press Officer Michael McDermoti in announcing this, said a Spanis government representative w i 1 come to Washington soon to tal Trtth bank officials. At the same time, n hlghly-Ir formed government official said 11 United States still believes Spnin a poor credit risk. This official said he assumes th bank "will turn down the S;vnlsh request for credits unless Spain makes certain economic reforms suggested .by the United States. 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