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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 3, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes AS North lowans Neighbors VOL 98 Associated Press and United Press Internationa Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAYMAY 3 1960 To a Copy Paper Consists of Four No 171 Congress pro ke to quic by Preachers could use pay raise Methodists have highest average of REHEARSAL The coach in which Princess Margaret will ride to her wedding stands in front of Londons Westminster Abbey during a rehearsal The Princess marries photographer Antony ArmstrongJones Fri day in what will be Englands social event of the year AP Photofax By LOUIS United Press CASSELS International It should not be news to any one that preachers are under paid But some church members may be surprise learn just how poorly the average minister is reimbursed for his 60 to 80 hour work week Some enlightening figures are at hand from a survey con ducted recently by the Method ist Church the nations largest Protestant body Questionnaires were sent to 900 Methodist ministers selected on a sampling basis to rep resent all parts of the country and all types sizes of local churches THE AVERAGE cash salary of the ministers covered by the survey is By clergy standards this is high Other surveys covering many denomi nations have indicated that the average salary for all US Protestant pastors is around 500 So the first thing to bear in mind about this survey is that it deals with a group of minis ters who are a little bit better off than most of their col leagues Even so the questionnaires tell a bleak story Threefourths of the Method ist parsons said they are cur rently in each case some financial med ical bills a child entering col lege or something of that sort pushed the precariously balanced family budget into the red The average indebted ness is which is enough for even a man of faith to worry about WHAT ABOUT ALL those fringe benefits that ministers are supposed to get Four out of five said they have the privilege of living rentfree in a parsonage But many reported that thenpar sonages are the kind of homes that no family would choose if it had a choice in the matter large oldfashioned structures with no modern conveniences and very high utility bills The utility bills are impor tant because in most cases the minister has to pay them out of his own pocket Only one in five gets an allowance for this purpose Sixty per cent get an auto mobile allowance But the questionnaires showed that this allowance typically covers less than half of the actual expenses which a minister incurs in driv ing an average of 1000 miles a month on parish calls and other church business But doesnt the minister pick up quite a bit of extra money from weddings funerals and such occasions Nixon favoring Rockefe i but vetoes use of pressure B FROM OVR WIRE SERVICES even larger duties than thos WASHINGTON Vice u dent Richard M Nixon would welcome Gov Nelson A Rocke feller of New York as his 1960 runningmate but does not want Republican leaders to pressure Rockefeller to take the No 2 spot on the GOP ticket Nixon it was stated reliably Tuesday thinks the next vice president should be a willing teammate prepared to assume ews in a utshell NO HE DOESNT In the first place a large number of ministers refuse to accept fees for such services Many who do accept fees simply pass them along to the church treasury And even in large churches the total take from such fees rarely exceeds a year Obviously this is a greatly overrated source of supplemental in come for clergymen In the light of these figures it seems truly remarkable that not one of the ministers in the survey plans to give up his vocation in order to seek a liv ing wage in an easier job All said they came into the ministry because they felt God had called them to that serv ice and they intend to stick it out regardless of the sacrifices involved for themselves and their families FKOM ODE WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Every television station in the country went off the air for a half hour at noon Tuesday and ra dio stations switched to two special frequencies for a civil defense test broadcast ASUNCION Paraguay A government source says the armed forces have routed all invaders from Paraguayan terri tory The government is convinced all rebels who invaded Paraguay from Argentina have been killed or chased over the border WASHINGTON U S Chamber of Com merce has given great living American awards to former President Her bert Hoover f ina n c i e r Bernard Baruch econo mist Clarence Randall poet Car1 Sandburg and Judge Learned Hand DALLAS Tex Tin Pan Alley song writers should receive inspira tion from one city street paving job approved here It calls for the pav ing of Moonglow Drive and Old Ox Road in Sing ing Hills from Red Bird Lane to Blue Moon Drive SEOUL South Korea Thousands of rebel lious students defied martial law to surge through four South Ko rean cities today de manding new National Assembly elections at once filled now by Nixon In short he would not wan a reluctant runningmate IN ANY EVENT Nixon in tends to wait and see what th situation is at nomination tim at the GOP national conventio in Chicago starting July 25 Rockefeller fits the qualifies tions Nixon thinks a vice pres dent should so d other Republicans he believe Nixon recognizing the vagar les of politics knows mue could happen between now an the convention to alter the vie presidential outlook Rockefeller last December an nounced he would not seek th The Weather North Iowa Partly cloudy occa sional showers and thunder storms through Wednesday No important temperature changes Lows Tuesday nigh 45 to 53 Highs Wednesday in 70s Iowa Partly cloudy through Wednesday with some scat tered showers and thunder storms mostly north west por tions Locally colder extreme northwest otherwise no im portant temperature changes Low Tuesday 45 to 55 Highs Wednesday in 70s Outlook for cloudy and cooler few showers south east Minnesota Cloudy showers Highs Wednesday 4555 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 77 47 58 03 59 GOP presidential nomination and said he would not accept the vice presidential nomination But he has since appeared available for the top spot on the ticket if a draft movement should develop He has not yet endorsed Nixon for the nomina tion Meanwhile voters balloted in five primaries Tuesday Three touch the fortunes of presiden tial candidates One focuses on civil rights The fifth is a local affair THE PRIMARIES In Indiana Ohio and the District of Colum bia affect the candidates for the Democratic and Republica presidential nominations T h primary in Alabama sends som signs to Democrats on whethe o expect a Southern bolt ove ivil rights at the national con vention in July The primary in Florida nomi nates candidates for governor Congress and the Legislature The days major interest will enter on the showings of Nixon and Sen John F Kennedy o Massachusetts in Indiana anc Ohio The Republican totals for ixon and delegate candidates ledged to him will be com ared with the Democratic to Much work remains to be done Farm plan aid stressed WASHINGTON ffi Presi dent Eisenhower called on Con gress Tuesday to enact his leg islative program without allow ing politics to interfere He gave top rating to foreign aid and farm legislation Eisenhower also told Con gress there is need of restraint new authorizations for fed eral spending Federal accounts should be Balanced with enough left over or a reasonable payment on the public debt on which we are already paying for in erest alone more than nine billion dollars per year he said EISENHOWER SAID the one major accomplishment of Con gress thus far is enactment of civil rights legislation But he said much legislation remains to be acted upon Eisenhower asked Congress o expand the sugar law which expires this year He said a buryear extension of the pres ent sugar program modified to give a president authority to djust quotas in order to assure America an adequate supply s needed to give farmers and irocessors the time to plan Turning to other recom nendations for legislation Ei enhower remarked that some f the measures are of a kind lat at the expense of re ponsible1 government tends to e shunted aside in an elec on year He mentioned need for federal AP Photofax TEENAGER NABBED IN HOAX Barbara Nicholson 16 pushes the elevator button at the Mil waukee Courthouse after being1 released on bond in a charge of telephoning a false bomb threat which grounded an Ozark Airlines plane at Moline 111 last week With her are her mother and brother who are using coats to hide their faces The girl was visiting a boyfriend at Davenport and allegedly gave the false report so she could spend an extra day with him 1 AN URGENT nough additional als for Kennedy iledged to him and those Presbyterians OK racial integration JACKSONVILLE Fla UP outhern Presbyterians have ome out for racial integration s a means of helping their mis ion work The General Assem y of the Presbyterian Church the United States adopted a ommittee report Monday which rged the opening of the doors our institutions to qualified Indents without regard for rac 1 distinctions High court upholds schools case ruBino DES MOINES Supreme Court held Tuesday that the Floyd County District Court was right in dismissing a case by objectors to a proposed North Iowa school reorganiza tion case because the objectors took the wrong procedure R V Wilkinson and other residents and landowners in the affected 3county area had asked for a review of proposed boundaries for a contemplated Nora Falls com munity school district The boundaries for the pro posed district had been set by joint action of the Floyd Mitch ell and Cerro Gordo County boards of education Primarily involved was in elusion of the Rock Falls Con solidated District However the main point was alleged illc gal formation of a community school district comprising less than four sections of land The high court said the an swer to the plaintiffs question lies in a direct suit asking by what right the boundaries were set rather than the indirect case at hand which only asked a re view of the proceedings adges to hear the greatly in creased number of cases being filed each year 2 His request of last June for removal of the 4V4 per cent in terest ceiling on longterm gov eminent bonds 3 Adequate new revenues for the highway trust fund so that we may keep this very impor tant highwey program on sched ule Eisenhower said his pro posal for an increase in the fed eral gasoline tax to 4Va cents from 4 cents a gallon would meet the need 4 His repeated request to lib eralize immigration laws 5 Money for modern office fa cilities for the White House and renewal of presidential powers o reorganize the executive Network denies favoring WASHINGTON UP The president of the American Broad casting Co denied Tuesday that Dick Clark was given preferen tial treatment over another disc jockey who was fired for re fusing tn say whether he had taken payola At the same time ABC president Leonard H Goldenson dis puted a charge that his network was guilty of a double standard of ethics 5 jobs hit by pickets Engineers on strike Pickets from Local 234 of the International Union of Operat ing Engineers D e s Moines which covers a 92county area were stationed on five con struction jobs in Mason City Tuesday They were stationed at threa jobs under construction by Hen kel Construction Co at the Northwestern States Portland Cement Co plant the new John Adams Junior High School and the new Cerro Gordo County Courthouse PICKETS also were stationed on two jobs under construction by Davey Moen Inc the new SiegMason City Co building and a job at the Lehigh Port land Cement Co Pickets also were stationed at Council Bluffs Sioux City and Waterloo Tuesday according to Jones who said the union is oa strike also at Ottumwa Cedar Rapids and Dubuque but is not picketing those areas Local 525 of the Construction and General Laborers Union which is on strike at Burling ton Keokuk Mount Pleasant and Fort Madison had no pick eting as yet The operating engineers do not have an office in Mason City but belong to the statewide or ganization which has its office in Des Moines with James Jones business agent for the union It includes all operating engineers in construction work such as tractor operators com pressor operators crane opera tors lift truck operators and engine operators of any kind SOME OF the operators and pickets are local residents and some live outside of Mason City The main issue in both trikeis a request for a hiring1 mil through which all workers would be hired at union offices Employers contend such a hir ng hall would violate Iowas ighttowork law Jones said besides the union hiring hall provision the union also requests the right to strike and picket line provisions and a substantial wage increase The striking operators union branch of the government 6 FEDERAL aid for school construction Goldenson told House investigators the fired disc jockey Monday night rejected a new Alan Freed was the only ABC employe who refused to sign an affidavit that he had not ceived payola Clark wound up two days of testimony late Monday still deb onair and composed and still in sisting payola had never crossed his palms However there were unmistakable signs of relief on the face of the 30 yearold TV star when Harris dismissed him from the witness stand You have from your own point of view been a good wit ness Chairman Oren Harris said adding an admonition to cooperate with Congress in at empts to rid the broadcasting 7 Legislation to help areas af licted with longterm unemp loyment resulting from tech nological changes 8 Health aid for the aged Ei enhower said the program to e presented by Secretary oJ Velfare Arthur S Flemming wili ecognize federalstate relations nd private relationships In ef ect that was a sketch of the re orted administration plan to ase the program on federal tate sharing of costs and on rivate enterprise insurance 9 A moderate increase in ic present minimum an expansion of coverage o include about three million dditional wage earners ndustry of irregularities and questionable practices Harris his voice deliberate j and tinged with irritation mad FASTTIME OKD OTTUMWA Ottumwa ity Council Monday night voted o adopt daylight savings time ere next Sunday The city will eturn to standard time Oct 30 the latter point after Clark de fended his taking to plug American Airlines on his after noon American Bandstand show Clark brushed it off as a common and accepted practice in his business I never gave i a thought he said President in tour of Ft Benning SAME DATE FT BENNING Ga ident Eisenhower arrived at Ft Benning Tuesday for a oneday inspection tour Secretary of De fense Thomas S Gates accom panied the President on the jet flight from Washington OFFICERS REELECTED DES MOINES UPI The Iowa Chiropractors Assn Mon day reelected all officers in cluding Dr Charles Miller Bur ington as president at the an nual convention here On the inside Lake News Page 5 Society News 67 Sports 910 Editorinls 11 Farm News 13 Mason City News 1415 Latest Markets IS Comics 29 North Iowa News 32 New demonstration against Menderes ISTANBUL Turkey An estimated 2000 students staged a new demonstration against Premier Adnan Men deres government Tuesday by marching down Istanbuls main street singing the national an hem and shouting Murderer Menderes The students moved along Istiqlal street while the 15 Nato foreign ministers met in a building several blocks away discussing presummit strategy or the west But the demonsta tors dispersed peacefully at the request of army officers tion work came to a standstill in a wide section of Iowa Tues day Robert F a r r ell executive secretary of the Des Monies Construction Council said the union was offered a twoyear contract with 15cent hourly wage increases both years The offer specified no other changes from the old contract which ex pired Saturday night BACK ON JOB SYDY NS White 91 told officials Monday to take lim off the unemployment in surance rolls The sprightly grayhaired carpenter said after six months out of work he has a job with a contractor AP Photofax MOTHER OF YEAR Emerald Lucy Barman Arbo gast 72 a great grandmother from Los An geles holds a floral tribute as American Mother of 1960 Mrs Daniel Poling president of the mothers committee made the announcement at New York Mrs Arbogast is the mother of six grand mother of 10 and great grandmother of 4 1   

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