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   Marshall Evening Chronicle (Newspaper) - January 8, 1946, Marshall, Michigan                                SIXTYSEVENTH YEAR 194C Washington By MARQUIS GUILDS EdHors Note is the fourth in the columns describing the Dfcjhindthc sccnes conflict for nl atomic WASHINGTON While he was directing the far flung op eration necessary to assemble the great plants that made the atomic bomb the arouhd the Major General Leslie Groves exer cised a poweras nearly absolute as ever exercised by any Hehad complete frpedoin in the spending unlimited sums of But than he had what amounted almost to the power df life and death over many An example show what it meant to direct the security regulations intended to preserve the secrecy of this vast experi ment The name ofthe individ ual is omitted in the belief thut use it amly du him A young scientist working on one of the projects came under had participated in an effort to organize the workers on the His I draft board received word from highest sources in Washing to put him in Thescientist appeared to pro He the board he doing work of Ihc utmost im portance to Thtr board thereupon took him out of But a little later an or der came from the state admin istrator of selective service say ing that the individual in qucs iion was to be put back in 1A and drafted at Once in uniform he was pul through basic training five scp arate each time including maneuvers with live ammuni When he was on point cracking up tho t ON FOR Major Auto POPE OPPOSES CHURCHSTATE BRUTALLY MURDERE UAWCIO Comes to TermsWith New KaiserFrazer Firm DETROIT The new and the United Automobile Workers came to terms today agreement on CIOs wago demands against major bile The expected to bu signed meets the in dustrys highest wage paid by Focd at River yides additionally a bonus for completed automobile and agrees to match any wage in crease won by the UAW against General Some observers believed the bonus plus a basic i wage in crease sought in the 49day old CM might full per cent wage sought the The agreement covered the Corporation and its GrahamPaige Motor in opera tions af the Willow Run bomber The firms will manufacture two new au TRUCK HIT ATMARSHALL TRACKS 1 r Demolished by Move Is Being By Italian Govt UR A proposed I constitutional reform to separ the Catholic church from j Italian was being 1 today by i a ue of the constituent In the face of strong papal Italian goverrunent planners seek to put all reli on iui equal basis in Italy Committee members i lines in separating Catholic church from the j slate making all religions1 j equal They suid r jenger Train No One Hurt The crack scnger train Michigan i they were prepared to recognize Central r wasdelayed i i T j i tomobiles and farm implement on parallel assembly Joseph n w f th t said that director under whom he tad prcviously worked heard of protested and the scientist was sent to the jSbuth he was not just a minor cog in the great atomic His work was so im portant thatit was necessary to replace him with one the countrys top Sometimes sccurlty regula tions on high t policy and relations with foreign pow crsv nbw of but at that con nected one of a small group of Ameri can scientists invited by tru Soviet Union to attend a scien tific congress last Expecting to by plane next Condon was wak ened in his New York hotel al midnight Lieuten ant on the security stuff of the Manhattan District project who suggested that he reconsidqr his decision to visit Fi at Condon security headquarters in where at that time of night at least a half doz en majors and captains were on scwrab long distance calls that night the follow he was persuaded to the trip Groves had informed his superiors in Wcsi inghouse and in connection with the bomb project that Condon knew loo much to take the Condon was under some env because he did not know what excuse to the Russians for this lastminute A attempt was made to persuade Irv ing Langmuir the General Electric Corporation to cancel his trip to But the dis tinguished Nobel prize winner convinced security officers that his knowledge of Ihe bomb pro ject was limited and he made the journey to Even since the some sci entists have felt the weight of safety regulations stjjll in If they are by the security they carinbt Uork projects still in When the Senate atomic cqm visited the Oak Ridge each senator was chapcr oned unobtrusively by a secwri either a lieutenant olonol or a Continued on Page 8 which began days had resulted in the fastest culmination of a Continued on Page nt religion In Italy and to at sidpr priests as a na struck and lional service justifying fmanci aid from the The proposed separation here about 3Q miniitcs Monday afternoon ished a truck and atThe 1 iid from lhc Soujh Marshall Avenue cross NEW HOPE OF AVERTING STEEL STRIKE Slight Increase In Steel Prices May Be Permitted The trucking owned by the Norwalk Trucking and by of had stalled on the and while the driver had gone to summon the demolished the The demolished trailer and tractor were thrown onto the east bound this held upa freight whicharrivod at that A wrecker was biu was unable to drag the wreck age the and the aid of the freight engine and a large bunting pole was used to clear the The engine which struck the vehicle was but it was decided that it could be run to where a new engine could be The train was in Charge of Engineer ol and Conductor Bovine of This is the third ve hicle TcT crossing iivthe past i wake of eminent is an ancient sorepomu with state mentsof Pope Pius XII and articles n LOsscrtfatore Ro Continued on Page 5 YEAR BODY DISMEMBERED AND IN CESSPOOLS HAD BEEN CHOKED TO DEATH BY KILLER GI RALLIES ARE MING sixyear 1I Suxanno of and K Dejrnah of who was taken 1rojnher bed early a krdiKiper who left a rajisom no To ditfiaiiding waslater found to Demands Mount for Congress to Probe Service Discharges Angry congressional dornands toi Jn full investigation of tht Armys demobilization brutally miirdeivd ami her body dismom bored within a short disUnuo of her Police Asked Priest To Tell Degnan Of Her Slain Childs Death CHICAGO Who fuunc the childs Nono hcr could bring himselfto lace th That the hardest job1 bereaved examination of the butch body of kidnaped Suzanne Degnan showed today I that she died of asphyxiation when choked by the jrifran who stole her from i The coroners office reported that I imination showed that the girls after she was The severed portions of the i ody were found cesspools last less han a from the girls The report said there was evidence that tl ld child had been the victim of a sex crime buWiece was j 10 eonchisiveetideitcethat she had The results of the examination were announced shortly after police discovered a bloodstained push cart 1 in a basement near the girls Detectives said they found the in the apart 1 menk building in which a former being h iuostioned by police were being given lie detector t Police Joseph Goldberg said the cart disj covered a few feet from the cesspool detec tives found the childs curly head It was the type of cart used to haul and Goldberg said blood that of V A detectives hurried to the to analysis of the blood and to determine wheth De So Detective Chief vvhicli polico night iheir discovery Walter Storms appialed littje Suzanne Di i Ceorge Kearney of Ger tjeen Policemen wept when mass lixation the GI ispu r WASHINGTON The nations hopes aii end to labor strifegrew suddenlvi brighter today signs a precedentmaking was being developed for the critical steel wage Government labor sources cautioned against expectation of But report ed ncw hope for averting the Mrike CIO steel workers to enforce demands for a a day pay The steel union is headed by CIO President Philip officials feel tha a successful settlement formula developed in the steel dispute will also in the aulomo meat packing and other wage centre Continued on Page In Memory of January 1045 HOLDSUSPECT IN OFHULETTS Boy in Jackson Picked Up Trying Dispose of i Rings Officers were detaining Wil liam of form erly cV this at the county jail for investigation cf possible in tljr breaking of the window and the robbery of the Huiett jewclr storehere on the early morning of however dqriios having anything to do with the robbery of UK Burke was held for city offi oh request of Chief of Po lice William j b Jackson Monday after Concluded on Page Column 4 iind time the escaped because of fact that their cars lad and they amp pie time to into the clear IN LONDON Will Meet With UNO Delegates On Atomic tions extended from nilato tho Many congtessmen ed domonstrafion soserious thry withheld imnwdialct ti ji ni nti 11 011 i sis j 11 1 nclinti members of both bluntly that the Army broken taith with men and demanded ah j The Marine announced new point Deductions Which will make an estimated additional off I cers and cliargeby when critical recoiliiIioji todav be from to 45 Prtslige at Stake trudes the parents par Accompanied Inspector Keanv v weiil to j GhargedWitlhl Her husband altcmpt fd lo console er the cart had been used to carry the severed Ihe body to the cesspools where they also were investigating the possibility that had Ijutcheved the child in the apartment house where they found the The parts of the child fl and the cart wit hin a block of tKe jhome from which the taken early Monday JThe torsod stuffed into separate i S More than 1QO police today begana footbyfoot search 11 the fashionable s TARGET OF Preparing for for then How strong is yjur llif she answer Germany Beach jirea where Suzanne ed with her MrsiJames and 110yearold The police were split teams of two men Thejr started over art ihrSff blocks wide and2 blocks bounded on the east by of Big Three Requirements accused before ifi j War Crimes Tribunal todaj ol j j telling colleagues Sheridan Road thesjjflte of Lake They poked into every ap artment house basement and on kicked thru the that overy the search all German government on Page 8 mot biS three rcquiroiiuilts for ay by broadened whije Silence Even Father Kearney was unable to speak I Hut react the should be considered in his She a view ol waging 1 Goeriny was the tho i ilirst blast at the Tluin the of the mur i when the prosecution swung asked thc Bulgarian sought Bound up tightly in the in fur his re demobilization controversy the problem of United was States prestige in Ihcconquer od countries and tho touchy homelroiU question of 7 tary Of State Jiimes ri Col by today and it was believed the tpfitrovcrsy O J has axtdn lln Taxicab from West scmbly will be settled to Chicago Byrnes arrived at Bo v v ton airport sliort 1 y The American UNO delegation met for three hours today bit left the atomic Controversy discussion after Byrnys could be discussiotis centered on nominalioits for the the Economic and So cial Council and other assembly The United Slates was understood favor as nou pcrmancnt members of the Se curity Council Netherlands or Poland or whatever Eastern European country fa vored by Cana Mexico and Australia Wants Place The problem is to meet Australian demands for a place on the Security The United nitty support Australia in placcof Russlan delegates to the UNO Assembly landed today lit airdrome near London three trans port They were Ivead by Soviet Am Continucd on Page i A iifii aounced Michel Roiunieea nu of the Liberal Vif the Naliun a1 Peasant prirty were swTirn into the Pelni IVIohday night as minis ters They had been approved by both enntrol J Middenly to a presentation of badly hiirmed fondants Father Kearney RalphGf Albrecht of the fiul Inspector j staff told of l lies THE WEATHER DETROIT urn Weather whitest I i a meetiiifi government ARNOLD TO GIVE UP 1ticials which Cioering an ilounced his intentiojn of pUUing whole economy on i1 war footing within four Albrechl siid the statements Goeringmade to his ssociates documented by Conoludid on Page Coluijjn A Jrhn in the has hishome here on aftci makiiig the trip faom the west coast toChicago in a Paxton arrived v coast and spent the holidays with and Fred Unable secure trims portation he and a group of oilier decided la engage a to they on atlur was transferred to two years and nine Un til now he had had only one atJiome since entered Ihe sorvive being The two opposition pledged their allegiuieiv tu King coimniiiniqin Michael recently to Bucharestand assumed an activepelilicfil role IDUIi inahlhs of be cause of political was mijiisler finance in thev Uaclescu govorn Plans Step About February 15 Homer Farmers Are i Featured in National Magazine C llenvy ment and l s Army Ajr For cf the Romanian Nutiuiua annaaa Hatsiegaiur was a former I in wkl 23 days in wears the AsiaticPacific 12 tlif Area Liberation ribbon wilh one the Good Conduct medal and the World War II Victory and leader of the Transylyani fn rosistence movement against Bulgaria More Difficult of the Bulgarian required the big three lorergii niffiistci j AmeHcan communique as a prereqni for i was encountering greater difficulty the Vnovo in Premier Kimon Geortiev will home until This wasVovoaUd affert an nients were made in Culombia con Arnolds impending risiionse t Aruohl is 1 to arrive in Colombia 1 I or thcreal ii 17 aruPin Jan to leavo Chile or I Visit Holland and Howard who live near in article in the January issue oT Cappers Far entitled Steers Build The Miiler dairy it is does supply all the manure thebro thers for the farm and so they a small lot pf steers which they finish oil during winter as beef These steers utilize conrso raindamaged hay which is too low in quality to be fel to milking cows and are also feel on silage and Gains dur ing tho of run as high as 750 pounds per i according to the Ins it was me about Quit will constituti1 one of when he is to report at Moscow radio Octroi for Continued on 7 Bulgaria airlvcd in j Arnolds official acts be stepping down tho on Page 4 LowerMichigan Cloudy little change in to night and Rain south and rain or snow In north portion Rain foeglnf ning in south portion tonight Upper Michigan Mostly clou dy tonight thru Occasional light snow Wedges Colder in west and central portion The sets today at and Iomorrpwa4 EStT T7 STATE City Chicago Duluth Detroit Grand Rapids Houghton Marie HI to 39 24 23 40 37 32 35 34 31 2JJ 80 TEMPEBATWW High for post 24 Low fovr past 24 Temperature at 33 UAHOMETFR READING Incto circulated With the dairy the Miller cut tie produce from pounds of manure 500 to to put hu inns fertilizer into the tiyated U you ttw   

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