The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1949 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 2, 1949
Page 11
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THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1949 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS PACE ELKVEN Papers Withheld In Coplon Trial S«cr«t Documents Not to be Offered at Evidence at Hearing By Karl R. Baunlin WASHINGTON, June 2. <ft Twelve papers found in Judith Cop inn's purse, are not beinK offered government, evidence in her espionage trial "on the grounds ol security." Tins was disclosed yesterday by John M. Kelley, Jr., a government prosecutor. Miss Colon's attorney. Archibald Palmer, asked T. Scoll Miller. Jr.. an FBI agent, whether there were papers in the tiny brunette defendant's purse other than those introduced Tuesday over Palmer's objection. "Yes. there were other papers in the purse." Miller replied. Kelley arose to fay that Hie government had offered all the papers It "has seen fit to Introduce." He added that the others were not being offered "on grounds of curity." Subsequently Kelley said "on the basts of security of the United States." Federal Judge Albert Reeves ruled that. Miller might answer questions about additional papers but not their contents. II Paperc , Missing Palmer then handed Miller »n Inventor of what Miss Copton's purse contained when she was arrested with Valentine Gubitchev, « Russian, unrt argued that 12 papers Russia Haili Growth Of Its Newspapers MOSCOW (a-i— The Soviet Union now has 7,200 newspapers. They appear, according to » lead editorial in the newspaper "Pravda," in a total edition each time they come out of -31 million copies. The Soviet Union this year celebrated the 37th anniversary of the first "mass 1 edition of "Pravada" itself—the organ of the Bolshevik Party—as "Bolshevik Press Day." "Izvestia" on this occasion stated thnt belore the revolution there were in Russia altogether 859 newspapers with a total one-time edition of 2.1 million copies. Newspapers are now published in 80 languages of peoples of the USSR In. the Soviet Union. Including 20 languages which were not written languages even before the Revolution. This compares with 24 languages In which newspapers were issued in imperial Russia. exhibits offered by (he government, Palmer argued that there "is no such tiling AK security in a courtroom." For the time being, at least, however, the defense attorney will not be allqwed to .see the omitted pa tiers. Miller said all 12 of the papers not introduced were known as "data slips." slips, the government says, contain extracts from reports of the FBI relating to security matters and to suspected espionage agents in the United States. Twenty-two such slips were included In the papers introduced by the government. Persons named in the papers introduced expressed .shock nnd anger FIGHTS OX—Two year old Craig Carroll Htckman, sou of Mr. and Mrs, Edmund Hickman, Grand Rap- Ids. Mich., was known us (he "huin- ingbird baby" in Akron, Ohio, where he was born prematurely, weighing only two pounds. 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