Business & Finance: Prizeman

City preachers, when they get a holiday, are likely to go to the country and think about their lot. Last week a country preacher gave city preachers something else to think about. Preacher Thomas H. Rose set out with his wife for a junket in Boston, Atlantic City and New York, the last two of which neither he nor she had ever seen.

Preacher Rose's junket was the 1932 ''Distinguished Service Award for New England Pastors" given by the New England Fellowship, for purely spiritual services, to pastors earning less than $2,000 a...

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