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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 25, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited foe CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL Tht Newspaper That Makes All North low a ns Neighbors United JMU Least Wires MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY APRIL 25 Tc rajwr Conilil rf Two OM Tit Negro Taken From Cell Feared Slain Ministers Hove Own Problems Many Parishoners Expect Far Too Much of Them By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International If you could take a closeup look at your ministers private life what would you find Youd find that he has many worrisome family problems and that most of them are caused unintentionally by par ishioners who expect too much of him A revealing glimpse into the offstage life of the typical Protestant clergyman is provid ed by a survey just completed by the Office of Family Educa tion Research of the United Presbyterian Church It covered pearly Presbyterian min isters chosen at random from all parts of the country THEIR BIGGEST personal headache is too little time at home Church and community activ ities make such exorbitant de mands on the average minis ters time that he has little left over to spend with his family H i s wife and chil d r e n c o m plain with jus tice that they rarely get a chance to do things togeth er like a normal family And even when they do plan a day or an evening together it is likely to be interrupted either by an emergency call or by one of the innumerable functions at which the pastor is expected to put in The ministers second biggest problem according to the sur vey is that there is almost no one outgide of his own family AP Photofax CASSELS ANYONE GOT A DECK OF CARDS Normally in a spot like this youd ex actually touched off the blaze The pect the fireman to grab his axe and building was destroyed purposely as away furiously at the burning part of the University of Minnesotas abode But not this Minneapolis firedog expansion program A Bitter Row in Senate WASHINGTON Wi A bitter row over a compromise for the McClellan bill of rights amendment has delayed final Senate action on the Kennedy labor regulation bill Another attempt will be made Saturday to pass the bill Plans of the leadership on both sides to finish with the measure Friday night evapo rated in a big verbal explosion when a substitute for the bill of rights proposal was called up THE FUROR even included a personal attack on Majority Leader Lyndon B Johnson D with ome senators charg closely related to force them of many pastors is vote on a substitute they had wives and children are expected ea with whom he can let down his hair himself HE FEELS imprisoned within a stereotyped role that people expect him to play He is not allowed like other men to have days on which he feels cross irritable and grumpy He must even beware of feeling light hearted lest someone mistake it for impiety It should be noted that this problem of being always on parade is far more pronounced among the pastors of small town and rural churches than among ministers of big city and sub urban churches A COOLER Mason City Partly cloudy and colder Saturday night dimini shing winds lows 3238 Part 3y cloudy Sunday with litfl temperature change highs 5560 owa Partly cloudy and colder Saturday night diminishing winds lows near 30 northwes to 40 southeast Partly cloudy Sunday little warmer north west highs 6065 Further out look Monday mostly cloudy and mild with some chance of rain Minnesota Mostly fair warm er Highs Sunday 5065 GlobeGazette weather data p to 8 a m Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation 74 39 44 trace BAUDOIN TO ARRIVE ect Opened MONTREAL Cana dian icebreakers Saturday led a convoy of vessels up North Americas biggest St Lawrence open the continents heartland to the vorld The parade marked the start of major sea commerce for the American midlands up to miles from the Atlantic Decked out in bunting fresh aint and flying the flags of the major maritime nations about 0 ships left Montreal for inland jorts up the 600mile seaway oining the St Lawrence River nth Lake Erie Cargoes aboard he ships indi ate what the wheat belt con to be Many a lay man holds up for the ministers family a standard of perfection which he would never think of applying to his own family THE MINISTERS listed in fourth place the personal prob lem that a layman might have expected them to mention first That is difficulty inmaking ends Johnson then suddenly of Belgium is coming journed the Senate until SaturK0 Washington May 11 to visit day despite pleas of some Eisenhower After his colleagues that it be adlnat he plans an extensive tour umer can expect directly from WASHINGTON Oft King abroad Automobiles Franc Masked Men in Attack Mississippi Posse Formed POPLARV1LLE Miss Masked and hooded a mob Sat urday crashed into the court house cell of a Negro accused oJ attacking a white woman club bed him into submission with a garbage can and vanished in the rolling red clay hills of Pearl River County Miss Sheriff W 0 Moody apparent ly believes the Negro is dead his posse countryside Im certain hes either been removed from the area or dumped in some he told newsmen Victim of the mob was M C Parker 23 ONLY BLOODSTAINS hap hazardly scattered around the second floor down the stairs and along a tiled corri indicated the path along which the hooded raiders had dragged Parker into the night Parker fought hard at first but quickly gave up the struggle un der the bludgeoning of his at tackers C J Mondy a prisoner told what happened Why did you do it yelled a hooded raider I didnt do screamed Parker Parker continued to voice in nocence and under continued shouted queries finally began naming others who did Then he pointed to one ofthe other five Negro prisoners He did he cried THEN HIS CAPTORS dragged Parker out of the building by his heels his head thumping on the steel treads of the stairs When they dumped Parker into the getaway car the Negro screamed and howled and re newed his struggle The car roared away For 15 miles around volunteer searchers highway patrolmen and sheriffs deputies sought Parker and the mob without success Five jittery Negro prisoners watched the abduction silent under the threat of violence In nearby Forrest County of ficers said there was nothing to indicate men from that area had staged the raid The 24 yearold woman victim of rape for which Parker was to be tried lives at Petal in Forrest County POSSEMEN VISITED quickly the scene of the rape near Pop BOXSCORE SHOWS IT Iowas Legislature to Governor DES MOINES Repub lican controlled Iowa Legisla ture working harmoniously dur ing most of the session appears to have given Democratic Gov Herschcl Loveless much of what he wants In his inaugural address last Jan 15 the Governor outlined a series of programs and whatthighcr education social welfare in tnrmnrl fiinrl n mnni a 1 ntifl mnnial nrnPrnmti he termed fundamental convic tions he would like to sec the legislators enact General recommendations by covered the reappor tiomnent reorganization of state government long range programs to meet the need of larville They found nothing AP Photofax JUST JOKE HE SAYS A New York patrolman puts handcuffs on John Gregory Feller 23 after Feller was seized carry ing a homemade bomb only 200 feet from where Cuban Premier Fidel Castro was addressing a crowd of Bomber Nabbed at Castro Rally NEW YORK wv Police seized a young man carrying a homemade bomb Friday night as he tried to climb a barrier only 200 feet from where Fidel Castro was addressing a huge rally in Central Park They quoted the young man as saying later that he intended to touch off the bomb for It was just for kicks I didnt intend to hurt he said The police bomb squad estimated the bomb had an ef fective radius of 300 feet The Cuban Prime Minister was addressing a cheering crowd of from a band shell in the park The shell was set off the dark surrounding woods by dozens of police flood lights and the heaviest police guard in New York City his The abductors wore black Court Acts to Curb Fasttime in Minnesota tory surrounded Castro A wall of police separated him jfrom the crowd in front and be am mental health programs and highway safety As elected the Governor said arc respon sible for the formulation of pro grams thtft facilitate adjust ments to the changing economic1 and social environment in which our citizens Jive earn their in come and participate in com munity A check of legislative accom plisbments against what the Governor asked at the outset of the session shows a pretty good box score THE PROBLEM of legislative rcdislricting probably the most vital and controversial issue of the session appeared near to solution at weeks end The issue was tossed to a joint SenateHouse Conference Committee thus clearing the way next week for considera tion of a bipartisan compromise plan calling for a 53member Senate based on area and a House of about 135 members apportioned mainly on popu lation Ir his inaugural Loveless told the legislators that at present t than onethird of the voters of Iowa were electing majorities in both Houses He urged a plaa to comply with the basic prin ciple of our system of govern ment by giving an equal voice in government to all our citi The Governor also asked for legislation following recommen dations of the Little Hoover Re port on reorganization of cer tain stale agencies and depart nenls which would result in governmental efficiency and costsavings A GENERAL reorganization ill has been passed by the louse and is in the Senate Sifb ng Committee where chances f it coming up for passage are im However a measure to ie Commerce Commission ap pointive already has been signed by the Governor Another bill to abolish the State and pro vide for a oneman tax director is presently awaiting action in the House Sifting Committee On higher education the Gov ernor had recommended threepoint program which in cluded a revenue bond program to finance a longrange capital improvements program at state supported institutions appro journed until Monday It appeared the substitute watered down version of the original McClellan amendment would be adopted when the dust settled Sen John L McClellan D of the country champagne Scotch whisky beer wool glassware Belfast twine ham benzine jute nails and re frigerators Major tonnage frorr the West will be grain meet financially Ark indicated to newsmen he Clergymen are the wd a Uh h professional men in America jsubslitutc He said he was fully A recent study which covered on it and u ministers in several major mect obiejtions Protestant denominations f his original proposal about a year It also mj dicated that twothirds of thci nations Protestant are in debt Many of them re ported their wives have had to BUT THERE WAS a question ministcrsjas to whether final passage of go to work to bring even an aus terity family budget into bal ance Another Thor Sent the bill could come Saturday Sen Barry Gbldwater told a reporter he was strongly against the substitute as too weak and that he might call up 90 amendments now to keep this thing He has more than that number printed Testing Range The Senate met 13 hours Fri CAPE CANAVERAL and seemed to have settled UP A workhorse Thor the major floor fights except roared on high early for rewriting the bill of rights Thor launching from amendment the cape within 48 hours The Huddles went on all day 65foot rocket was aimed at an among interested senators on impact area some milcsiihe floor and in the cloakrooms down the Atlantic about thejto try to draft the substitute it same spot where Thursdaysjwas not agreed upon until late Thor hit the target on a highlyiin the evening and then was successful mission The by Sen Thomas H Ku stocking masks or white ST PAUL Minncbarriers to kecp lhe arca dear Some were dressed in blue jeansjsola Supreme Court Saturday n WAS HERE unknown to and jumpers Others wore khajissued a temporary rcslrainingjcaslro and the crowd that a Lri all in n i TA tf t j i i rt ki All wore white cotton gloves Bill Stewart county prose cuting attorney said the men broke through a window on the first floor and entered the of fice of Sheriff W 0 Moody forced a drawer in the filing cabinet and obtained the jail eys Gov J P Colcman grimly faced newsmen in the state cap tal at Jack son and said I never ex pected to see he day any hing like this vould happen n Mississippi order forbidding the counties ofjblond crewcut young Hennepin Ramsey and Anoka the Twin Cities area to go on daylight saving time man wear quest of the Minnesota Amuse ment Co and two motion pic ture theater employes unions again I had Considered an ilynch laws s necessary s one againsU acing a buggy PARKER n the Any killing in premeditation s murder in he aid of the abduction and wej vill prosecute as POPLARVILLE IS about SO miles northeast of New Orleans Parker was accused of forc ng his way into a stalled auto would not apply to a numberibulky metal tube sealed at both of other counties which wcreicnds Police later reportedit to advance clocks at 2 a Action cut from a vacuum cleaner handle whic But its assumed other counihad been filled with a mixtur ties and cities planning to go on of sulphur and zinc and sealei fast time also will honor the at one end with plaster Ihind the shell police had set from the general fund to permit immediate construc tion of urgently needed facili ties and money to assure an adequate staff The Legislature did increase appropriations for educational institutions but rebuffed efforts to establish a merit scholarship program and a revolving loan fund for students THE GOVERNOR allowed to become law without his signa ture a measure to permit the ing a pale blue windbreaker and cotton wash pants tried to climb jover a barrier into the enclosed The order issued at the rejspace Immediately he was seized by a patrolman and a de tective In a hip pocket they found a The order bans the three coun ties from going on daylight sav ings time until at least after May 18 the dale the court self for a hearing on the issue 75 Perish in 3 Southland Fires mobile voman where and the her aughtcr sal last Feb 24 while cr husband went for help onfired in 27 months carried But as soon as Kuchel pre special tracking equipment on its latest test for accuracy and reliability senled the new version Repub licans who favored the original objected loudly NEGRO WAS SEIZED Moody Poplarville stands by the lower bunk occupied by M C Parker before the 23yearoid Ne gro was seized by a crowd of masked men The Pris oners shoes still are on the floor she were forced at gunpoint into the Negros car and driven into the woods where the attack took place in the presence of By UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Fifteen persons all but two of them children died in three fires in the South Saturday Four children a teenaged gir and a woman who was caring tailed autofor the childrendied when a 24yearold kerosene stove exploded and 5ycarold Spread flames through a small home near CaJhoun Ga Five children were killed andtheir child mother injured critically in a fire hat swept their rural home near Brinklcy and four ook children left alone at home the perished in their home on the outskirts of Wilmcr Ala THE OTHER END had been partly sealed with plaster and contained several wooden matches and a cigarette which police said was probably to ac as a slow fuse Later the man was identified as John Gregory Feller 23 for mer Army sergeant who lives in a furnished room in down town Manhattan Castro had no comment to make when he heard of the in cident state colleges and universities to construct selfliquidating fa cilities and pay for them through student fees In an effort to provide further property tax relief by unloading some of the burden of local school needs the House Ap propriations Committee has recommended a million a year payment of agricultural SAME and tax credits The state now spends million a year for his purpose With the tax cred ts the state pays part of the armers school The Legislature went part of he way with the Governor in roviding pension money for eachers who retired prior to uly 4 1953 but turned down fforts to pay pensions to all re ired teachers because of pro ibitive In line with several Loveless ecommendations the lawmak rs have passed or are in the process of dispatching a num ber of measures improving the states social welfare and mental health programs Onebil already   

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