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Prairie City Quint City Labor Day Newspaper Archives Feb 15 1957, Page 1

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Quint-City Labor 's Day (Newspaper) - February 15, 1957, Prairie City, IowaPaper with daily a cunday through inv Efing tre Quint City area Friday february. 15 1357 of labor s daily is newspaper. But dead. O reappear by new a journalist id venture combining of the Quint cities exc Iusie features and local advertising in a can Only compare to a news Magazine. Recent poll readers indicated the popularity of .lab6r s daily com lists some of our Inper effective and dories have been staff local govern marital operations and political developments. The response merchants have received from their advertising with Nis has we mean this Qune of Jet Sicly tremendous. Those Are the qualities of the old labor s Dally we seek to preserve and to extend in the new. To withdraw from the Field As a daily new paper was not made without great we were in the of a Man who holds four aces m a p Ker game but who lacks the ready Money to cover the bets on the table. This retrenchment is being made to conserve the invest ment of the International typographical Jumon for the Law haul ahead the business office will remain open Duimga the 9 is no publication and All obligations and commit my coroners jury yest erday found that suit year bid Bettendorf boy killed by his 15-year-old Friend and recommended that into a week old shooting incident _ the jury found thai Jean Paul february b . From a gunshot wound Iri his ronnrt.1 noted that Richard r ments will be fulfilled. Our Basic objectives remain the same. Our has not diminished. This is not the end of the this is Only the end of a round. The report1 noted that Richard Castel of 32li Jackson ave., with Lis , pointed the Hof which caused the wound the Ury recommended the county Toniey s office proceed with its vesti Gacioh the Case. Castel is presently being held Viti out Bond on a first degree murder charge. At yesterday s inquest Richard Glaudel 19, or 1533 Esplanade ave. Told the three Man jury hat Castel pointed the gun at Wel Endorf and pulled three times. The times it just clicked Claudei said but the Hird time it discharged. Glaudel. . Did ber if Castel spun the revolver s chamber after each time he pulled the trigger he also testified that there was no talk of playing rus Sian Castel has pleaded not guilty to the murder charge. He earlier told police he to play a modified version of russian Rou continued on Page 12 negro leaders Eye pilgrimage protest special 6allv it president to make a speech today s weather Cloudy and a Little warmer today with rain possibly mixed with s n . Saturday partly Cloudy and colder High today near 40, Low tonight 25. Inside labor s daily beating of innocent Chil Dren. See editorial on Page 8. On other tages tips for veterans by Walter Tworek. Page 2. Movies in View by Jim Van de Linder. Oscar Page 19. Through the looking Glass by Jerry Maggid. Art is every Page 6. Fables and foibles by Eugene Feldinan. Real Page 8. Health column by or. W. W. Bauer. Read the Page 8. Laura Sullivan. Curing baby Page 16. Democratic gains in farm congressional quarterly report. Page 13. Weekend television and radio listings. Page 18. Along the outdoor trails with Porky Ponce. Page 21. Sports. It s the Dav sox knights and bees both lose. Top o the morning by Don Petersen pages 20-22. Comics. Page 10. Births. Pike it. Oblon tries. Page 13. In the South about segregation. Their Leader the key. Martin Luther King of Montgomery ala., held a news conference after the meeting in which he told newsmen that if or. Eisenhower refuses to speak pm this subject there will be a mass pilgrimage to Rev. King said he does not know at the present time what form this pilgrimage would Trice but he said thousands of negroes joined by thousands of Whites would go to the pilgrimage would not be a political March but a pilgrimage hat would be rooted in deep spiritual Hev. King said. King s proposal was the culmination a bus Boycott Campaign that started originally in Baton Rouge la., and then spread rapidly to other Southern cities including Tallahassee and Birmingham. This Boycott itself came on the heels of several a Lintel states supreme court orders on desegregation most notably those dealing with schools and transportation. King once before had asked president Eisenhower to take a similar stand on desegregation issues. Staff Phot Sci Vertier they re old teams and St. Ambrose tangle in an athletic contest u sure to Wax hot last night the two squads battled it Wharton Field House with Alleman winning the pioneers Herb Millard is shown dribbling Here while knights Terry Mccleary 34 and Cornick close in. See Story by Don Petersen on Page 20. Blocked and with dockers out and with tug boats Idle. New York waterfront is silent. Even equipment nothing to do but bask la. Sun. World wide news briefs Ross quits defense Post admits aiding wife s firm special to labor i daily Secretary of defense Robert t. Ross resigned last night after he admitted to a special Senate investigating subcommittee that he made appointments with top Pentagon person Nel for his brother in Law. _ Ross was being questioned in connection with defense depart ment contracts awarded to a firm by his wife and managed by the brother in Law h. D. Wynn. C3 Ike Aee Epos changes in Doe Frohe thomasv1lle, Eisenhower accepts the Modi fied version of his Middle East doctrine passed by the Senate armed services and foreign relations committees presidential news Secretary James said yesterday. Haggerty said that the president feels the language of the modified doctrine is de signed to accomplish his purpose in the Middle in Congress approves Bond rate hike objections were raised by Congress to a Treasury department proposal to raise the interest Rales on defense Bonds from three to three and one Quarter per cent. The Treasury had made the suggestion yesterday for congressional approval in an attempt to boost Bond sales to the Public. In seek to study funds of Boss Senate committee investigating alleged misuse of funds in Industry labor unions yesterday continued pare 12

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