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r,' U. Last Charles City for A. B. Hahn CHARLES CITY--Funeral services for August Benjamin Hahn, 74, retired railroad employe, were held Saturday at 2 p. m. at the Gro'ddmann Funeral Home, the Rev. Walter M. Fritschel, pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial in Riverside Cemetery. He died at his home Thurs day. : . Born in Indiana Aug. 20, 1879, son of Charles and Sophia Klalt Hahn, he went to school in Francisville, Ind. On Aug. 25, 1908, he was married to Minnie J. Gullickson in Mason City. He served in the armed forces during the Spanish-American War and the Philippine insurection. 0 Mr. Hahn was employed by the Charles City Western Railway Co. until his retirement about seven years ago. He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Survivors are his wife, Minnie J. Hahn, Charles City; two sons, Er- vyin L. Hahn, Charles City, and LR- land V. Hahn, Nashua; one daughter, Mrs. Harold C. Kranz, Charles City; three brothers, Herman J. Hahn, .Cedar Falls; Herbert Hahn, Buffalo, N. Y., and Carl C. Hahn, Fort Wayne, Ind.; and one sister, Mrs. Vina He in, of Florida; and four grandchildren. Military services were conducted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion. 11 Indictments in Liquor Raid at Iowa City ·IOWA CITY (UP)--The Johnsoi County grand jury returned 11 sealed indictments late Friday after investigating a raid on the Amvet Club Feb. 15. Most of the indictments are be lived connected with the raid in which about 35 University of Iowa students, all minors, were caugh holding a fraternity-sorority party in the club where beer is sold. The nature of the indictments will be revealed when subpoenas are served. More than a dozen county anc city officers -raided the club and seized a quantity of liquor. The City Council revoked the club's beer permit. The university indefinitely sus pe'hdcd Phi Kappa Psi fraternity and placed Delta G a m m a sororit; on probation Wednesday as a re suit of the raid. Little Loot Found in Very Heavy Safe DBS MOINES UP)--Burglars who carted away a 600-pound safe from the Woodside Elementary school here got small returns for their efforts. The safe contained less than $25 in cash and some school records. C H A N G E IN COMMAND · TOKYO (UP)--The U. S. Navy announced Saturday Vice Adm. Robert P. Briscoe, commander of anti-communist naval f o r c e s around Korea since mid-1952, has been ordered to duty in Washington. 100 FltST STREET K.' t R«v. Pet«T J. Jomen, Mmiitw MORNING WORSHIP 11 A.. M. SERMON: "THE THRESHOLD OF LENT" t«di. Yiici Christian Ktformed Ch»rtli Prut nil »V. MTER ELDERSVUD Mason City «:30 A. M. This ad iponsored by Woden, Kan»wha »na Wright Christian R e f o r m e d Ctiurchei ot Woden and Kanawha, Iowa Mother Who Left Babies Behind to Return Home CEDAR RAPIDS (UP) -- Mrs Bonnie Jean Wise, 20, Chicago who left her twin 5-month-oh babies with a neighbor Friday anc disappeared, left here Saturday fo Chicago. Mrs. Wise's mother, Mrs. Alber Fannon, Cedar Rapids, said "the matter is all cleared up. She's on her way back home." Mrs. Wise, whose husband play in Ralph Martire's band, asked he neighbor to care for the twin while she went to a Laundramat When Mrs. Wise failed to return by evening, the neighbor callec police , Mrs. Fannon said her daughte called from Dubuque and saic "Mother I am .in Dubuque and don't know how I got here." Wants Veto Put on Pension Plan WASHINGTON W--Sen. Williams (R-Del) expressed the hope Saturday that President Eisenhower ,vill veto a liberalized pension system for 531 members of Congress and their 4,300 employes. The Senate late Friday gave fi nal approval, by a 61-30 record vote, to the pension measure which twice had glided through the House without hearings, de bate or even a record vote. Unless the President vetoes th measure--and that seemed unlike ly--Williams said Congress wil 'find it impossible to say n,o to some 2/£ million other governmen 1 rriployes who pay the same retirement rates but get far less iberal pensions." How Christian Science Heals "YOU DON'T HAVE TO CATCH COLD1" WHO (1040 kc.) Sunday, 9:00 a.m Grace Baptist Church At Monroe School CARL J. SENTMAN, Pastor 9:00 A. M. Daily on KGLO Studies in John's Gospel 10:00--Bible School 11:00-"THE WORTHY WALK" 7:00--Youth Services 8:00-"THREE JUDGMENTS TO COME" . YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THE WORLD DAY of PRAYER 10:00 A. M. TO 5:00 P. M. FRIDAY, MARCH 5 Salvation Army Citadel 203 1ST STREET S. W. ADVENT 1ST Seventh-Day--1416 Delaware S.E. W. R. Howard, pastor. Dr. L. E. Bascom, elder. Services each Saturday. Sabbath school, 9:45 a.m. Worship, ll. ALLIANCE Calvary--Services in YMCA. C. D. Tioszen, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 10:45 a.m.; sermon, "The Potter and the Clay." AYF service, 7 p.m. Gos- perservice, 8 p.m.; sermon, "Be Filled With the Spirit." ASSEMBLY Assembly ot God--1615 Delaware S.E., the Rev. Allan Ullestad,'pastor. Sunday school, 10 a.m. Children's Church, lower auditorium, 11:30 a.m. Worship service, 11 a.m. Evangelistic service, 7:30 p.m. Central Heights--Sunday school, LO a. m., for all ages. Worship, Ll a. m. Children's church, 11 a. m. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Pas:or, the Rev. Nimrod Anderson. BAPTIST Bethel--West Haven S u n d a y school, 10 a. m. Service, 11 a. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Pastor, C. Walter Bunger. First--9:30 a.m., Sunday school for all ages. 10:45 a.m., worship; sermon by Dr. R. 0. Masters; supervised nursery for pre-school children. 5 p.m., School for Christian Living. Grace -- Monroe School, Carl J. Sentman pastor, 9 a.m., daily Bible broadcast on K.GLO. 10 a.m., Bible school. 11 a.m., "The Worthy Walk." 7 p.m., youth services. 8 p.m., "Three Judgments to Come." St. John--715 6th S.W. The Rev. Granville M. Williams, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45; preaching at 11.' BTU at 6:30 p.m. Evening worship at 8. Mt. Zion--121'/2 S. Federal. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. B.T.U., 6:30 p.m. Night services, 8 p.m. The Rev. A. D. Purnell, pastor. CATHOLIC St. Joseph's--Sunday masses at 6, 7:30, 9, 10:30 and 12. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Patrick Malone, pastor; the Rev. L. H. Reicks and the Rev. W. A. Arquitt, assistants. Holy Family--714 A d a m s N.W. Sunday masses at 6, 7:30, 9, 10:30 and 12:15. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. J. Breen, the Rev. Roger J. Sullivan and the Rev. John T. Reed. C H R I S T I A N First--4th N.W. and Adams. The Rev. R. L. Williams, minister. 9:30 a.m., Bible school. 10:45 a.m., worship and Communion; sermon: ''Crumbs of Life." 6 p.m., final session School of Missions. CHURCH OF CHRIST New Testament--12th N.E. and Hampshire/Dale E. Erickson, minister. 9:45 a.m., Bible school. 10:45 am., worship and Communion. 2 p.m., youth sing to shut-ins. 7:30 p.m., singspiration and evangelistic message. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST First -- Washington at 3rd N.W. Sunday service, 11 a.m., subject, 'ChrJst Jesus." Sunday school, ll a.m. CHURCH OF GOD Church ot God in Christ -- 818 Jackson S.W. S u n d a y service: Y. P. W. W., 7 p.m. Preaching at 8. The Rev. R. C. Cottman, pastor. C O N G R E G A T I O N A L First -- 100 1st N.E. 9:30 a.m., church school. 11 a.m., worship (infant care); sermon: ."The Threshold of Lent," the Rev. Peter J. Jansen, minister. 6:30 p.m., 9th grade P. F.; 6:30 p.m. Senior P. F. COVENANT First--1056 Maple Drive. C. V. S Engstrom, interim pastor. 10 a.m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. worship. St. John's Episcopal--The Rev Alfred R. Malone, rector. 8 a.m., service of Holy Communion, the Rt. Rev. Gordon V. Smith, bishop tFNTR.AL IOWA'S O»/*f£Z 1453 4th STREET SOUTHEAST NEAR JEFFERSON SCHOOL OPEN SUNDAY 9 A. M. to 12:30 P. M. and 4 P. M. to 7 P. M. All Advertised Week-End Prices STILL GOOD Wesley Methodist Church (Pennsylvania at 14th Southeast) 10:15 Dr. Peterson Preaches: "PICKING XJP A SERPENT" 6:30 p.m. FAMIL1" NIGHT Church of Christ, SCIENTIST WASHINGTON AT 3rd N. W. Invites You to Attend Sunday Service--11 a. m. (nurjery maintained) Sunday School--11 a. m. puplli up to 20 yrx.) Wednesday Ev» Meeting . . 8 Reading Room, Weekday* 11 to 5 of Iowa, celebrant. 9:15 a.m., church s c h o o l classes-; Men's Roundtable. 11 a.m., Confirmation service. Sermon by the bishop. Nursery during worship hour. Coffee hour in Parish Hall after service. EVANG. UNITED BRETHREN Grace -- Corner 14th N.W. and Adams. J. D. Johnson, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m.; sermon, "The Church Is Eternal," by the Rev. K. I, Clawson. Junior Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p.m. Senior Youth Fellowship, 6:45 a.m. FREE METHODIST First: 124 Washington N.W. R. C. Winger, minister. 10 a.m., Sunday school. 11 a.m., Church service; message by pastor. 7 p.m., youth service. 7:45 p.m., song service and Gospel message. HELLENIC ORTHODOX Transfiguration -- 1311 2nd S.W. The Rev. Nicholas E. Georgaco- poulos. Sunday Matins, 9 a.m. Divine Liturgy, 10:30 a.m. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Kingdom Hall--1617 S. Federal. Public address, 2 p.m.; subject: 'Happiness in a World of Gloom," )y M. Kolar. Watchtower study, 3:15 p.m.; subject: "Disciplining hildren for Life." LATTER DAY SAINTS Reorganized Church ot Jesus Ihrist of Latter Day Saints--Services each Sunday morning in Decker Room of YWCA, 10 a.m. Worship at 11. Supervised nursery, 1012. LUTHERAN Bethlehem -- 5th N.E. on Dela ware. 9 a.m., Sunday school and Bible class. 10 a.m., worship; pastor's sermon: "Invitation to Lent: Behold, We Go Up to-Jerusalem.' 10:30 a.m., Bethlehem Lutheran Hour: "Bringing Christ to the Community," over KRIB. C. A. Hinz pastor. Central--329 E. State. Chief service, 11 a.m.; sermon by David Samuelson, s e n i o r student i n Northwestern Seminary, Minneapolis. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Nursery during 11 a.m. service. Meeting of church council and pulpit committee, 4 p.m. Luther League, 7 p.m. I m m a n u c l -- 5 t h S.E. and Jersey. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Junior worship, 9:30 a.m. Bible study department, 9:55. Youth service worship, 10:45 a.m.; sermon: "On the Way." S. E. Peterson, pastor. Our Saviour's -- 2502 Jefferson S.W. J. E. Enderson, pastor. Worship, 8:30 and ll a.m., Pastor George Strum, Clear Lake, guest speaker. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Opening of Spiritual Emphasi; Week evening services, 8 p.m. the Rev. George Strum, speaker. St. James -- 4th S.E. Maple Drive. Eric A. Biedermann, pastor. Worship, 11 a.m., sermon by pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Adult class, 2 p.m. Trinity--216 2nd N.E., Roy A. larrisviUe, Th.D., pastor. Sunday- School, 9:30 a.m. Worship services, i:30 and 11 a.m., sermon by pas- .or. Nursery at 11 a.m. Family Night', 7:30 p.m., Fellowship Hall. METHODIST First--Lloyd A. Gustafson, D.D., minister; Roger E. Russell, associate minister. 9:30 a.m., church school for all ages. 10:45 a.m., worship; sermon: "The Challenge of :he Lenten Season," the Rev. Roger Russell. 5 p.m., MYF. Union Memorial--Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Worship, ll a.m. The Rev. 0. E. Blanks, pastor. Wesley -- Pennsylvania at 14th S.E. Paul Arnold Peterson, D.D. minister. 9:30 a.m., Sunday school 10:45 a.m., worship; Dr. Peterson preaches: "Picking up a Serpent." 6:30 p.m., Family Night supper; Dale Nebel, speaker; Hamilton Chorus; William Heisler harpist. NAZARENE Church of the Nararene--331 W State. The Rev. Warren E. Burd pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m Worship 10:45 a.m. Young people's meeting, 7 p.m. Sunday nigh evangelistic service, 8 p.m. OPEN B I B L E First --1702 Carolina S.E. The Rev. C. W. King, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.; worship, 11 a.m. pastor speaking. Young people's service, 6:30 p.m.; groups for al ages. Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. pastor speaking. PRESBYTERIAN First--Washington at 9th N.W Wilbur Frank Dierking, minister Worship, U a.m., sermon: "A Prisoner for 37 Years." Church school, at 9:30 for junior depart ment, junior high classes and sen ior high class; at 11 for nursery 3-year olds, kindergarten and pri mary departments. Westminster TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 2nd and North P«nn. Invites You 9:30 a.m.--Sunday School DIVINE SERVICES AT 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. SERMON: "COD IS NOT PREOCCUPIED" Luk* 18: 31-43 7:30 p.m. -- Family Night DR. R. A. HARRISVILLE, PASTOR Fellowship for junior high's; 6 p.m., parish house.,.Senior high Vcstminster ^Fellowship, 7:15, ionic of Robert Girtori, 30 Oak Drive. Mariners, at manse, 18 Beaumont Drive, 8 p.m. UNDENOMINATIONAL Th« LiftU Chapel--313 Pierce N. V. Meetings Sunday, Tuesday and Friday, 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Edna S. Piper, pastor. Salvation Army -- 201 1st S.W., Capt. Robert Stiglernan, officer in charge. Sunday school, 10 a.m. rloliness meeting, 11 a.m. Young People's Legion, 6:45 p.m. Evangelistic service, 7:30 p.m. Union Gospel Mission -- 521 Van Buren S.W. P. J. Griggs, pastor. Evening service, 8 p.m. Scelba Gets Vote Support ROME (UP) -- Premier Mario Scelba Saturday plunged into a detailed examination, of Italy's crisis-weakened economy. Scelba considered the economic situation a matter of urgency and temporarily pushed into the background such questions as ra.tifica- ion of the European Army Treaty. The Sicilian lawyer tackled the problem with enthusiasm after receiving a 123-110 confidence vote n the Senate Friday. Italy's lower chamber was ex- jected to approve Scelba's inves- .iture following debate w h i c h starts next Tuesday. The need for a 1954 budget dom inated other plans of Scelba's government which replaces the cabinet of former Premier Giuseppe Pella, who resigned last Jan. 5, precipitating a new political crisis. On the Radio Beam SATURDAY NIGHT NETWORK HIGHLIGHTS CBS--7:00 Gun.imoke; 7:15 Sanka Salutes 7:30 Gannbiutcrs; B;0fl Two For th Money; 8:30 Saturday Night Conn try style-, l);3o Newi. ABC--1:00 Danclnr Parly! 9:00 Anony xiovs; »:30 few«. MBS--7:00 20 Questions: 7:30 Vlrflnl. Barn Dance! 8:00 Barn Dance Jam boreel »:.W LombardoUnd, U.S.A. 9:00 Chicago Theater of the Air. NBC--8:30 The Blr P r e v i e w ; 8:30 Gram Ole Opryj 9:00 Dude Ranch Jambo reel 0:30 Pee Wee K l n r Show. K S M N 1000 WalU ' Dial 1010 For Th* B«st In Daytim* Litttning ·tudloi la Ma«on City, a and Alton* DES MOINES W1 -- Although the* of a new storm dipped soulh- »vard and largely missed Iowa, the state got a mixture of rain and snow during the night with the snow continuing in Southeast Iowa Saturday morning. The Weather Bureau said that portion of Iowa east of a line from Clinton Folk Are Among Heirs to English Estate CLINTON (a--Two Clinton residents have learned they apparent- .y are among heirs to an estate at Nottingham, England. v Mrs. Edward G. Grossman, 51, and her brother John Morris, 47, are distant relatives of the late William Holmes Bowley Garton who left land and investments. Garton died in 1912 but his will provided for division of his hold- ngs after the demis of tenants who were given a life income from .he estate. The Stale Department of Health las received word from a firm of British lawyers that the tenants lied recently and the estate now is to be divided among heirs. Size of the estate is not known but Mrs. Fanny Morris of Clinton "always figured sh'e would get something." · ' To Postpone Flexible Plan WASHINGTON (UP)--The congressional economic committee s called for a postponement in :he administration's flexible farm plan. The committee -- controlled Dy the Republicans--refers to what t calls "the current recession" as requiring a postponement. The committee had more to suggest in connection with the dip in the economy.'- It proposed a "reservoir" of federal public .vorks which could be put into operation if the economy runs into real trouble. And six Democrats on the economic committee went further. They demanded a cut of 160 dollars per year in taxes of the 'average family," and "drastic" cuts in excise--or sales--taxes. Two-Headed Boy Contracts Cold P E T E R S B URG, Ind. (UP)-- ndiana's t w o - h e a d e d boy cele- jrated his llth-week-old birthday Saturday suffering from a cold in one head which he had caught from :he other head. , Despite the sniffles and penicillin njection, the child was reported Dy his family physician to be hriving and s t e a d i 1 y gaining weight like any normal infant. Dr. J. W. Elbert, who coaxed the 'amily into moving from a drafty louse in the country to a more comfortable place in town to improve the baby's chances of survival, reported the baby's general condition "good." Elbert said t h e baby, which weighed less than 10 pounds at birth in a Washington, Ind., hospital Dec. 12, n o w weighs 14 pounds. Clear Lake Story to Be Broadcast CLEAR LAKE--A. B. Engen will present the high school chorus in two numbers for the "This Is Your Town" program to be broadcast over KSMN Sunday at 1 p.m. Ludvig Wangberg will direct the Clear Lake band in a number. In brief talks Mayor M. A. Hintzman, Supt. T. G. Burns, Dr. E. W. Day and James R. Gilnith will tell the story of Clear Lake as a city, its schools its churches and its Chamber ol Commerce. An album of record for future use will be made. We Repeat, You Can't Top Kids MEMPHIS, Tenn. UP1--"Think of a story from the bible and then draw a picture of it," the Sunday School teacher told her class of 6-year-olds. She was pleased with the result until she noticed one boy drawing a long sports car with three faces peering out. "And just what bible story do you think that tells?" she asked. "That's, the Lord driving Adam and Eve out of the Garden ol Eden," he replied. Ike Nominates New Iowa Postmasters WASHINGTON Wl -- President Eisenhower has sent to the Senate these postmaster nominations for Iowa: : : · . · . - . Merle J. McMahon, Hampton; Bertie O. Ram us', Lu Verne; Fred E. Smith, Marble Rock. New Storm Misses Iowa But Some Snow Is Left Muscatine to Centerville might get :hree to six inches of snow before .he fall ended Saturday afternoon. Northeast Iowa had snow which ranged up to two inches in the Du- Duque area and much of the state lad a mixture of very light snow and rain. ' · Temperatures remained moderate during the night, however, and were generally in the vicinity of freezing. Colder air from Canada was expected to keep Iowa's high readings mostly in the 30s during the day Saturday. The State Highway Patrol said roads were normal over most of the state but ranged from snow- sacked a n d slippery to ice- covered throughout much of the eastern third of the state. It had been expected that Southern Iowa would 'get considerable snow from a storm which formed in Wyoming Friday and began moving eastward. However, it dipped south and the storm center was over Arkansas Saturday. Benson Rules on Acreage WASHINGTON UP)-Secretary of Agriculture Benson announced Friday that farmers may under plant 1954 corn acreage allotments as much as 10 per cent and not be penalized in future corn allotments. Corn is one of the major crops being produced under pro'ductioh control measures this year because of surpluses. A 17 per cent cutback has been called for in the commercial corn producing area. Farm law requires that a farm's past acreage of corn--or any other controlled crop--be used as a factor in making its future allotments Benson said m a n y farmers may [eel that in order to protect their interests in any future control program, they should plant their full allotments this year. "It is my purpose," the secretary said, "to continue to relieve farmers of the inconvenience inherent in control programs when ever it is practical to do so. If a farmer can plant 90 per cent or more of his allotment in those fields, there is no reason why he should have to split another field and plant part of it to corn just to round out his allotment." Farmers who over-plant their allotments will be denied government price support aid. Iowa Had Lowest Death Rate Per Mile in Midwest DES MOINES (UP)--Iowa's 1953 traffic death, toll was one of the highest in recent years but the death rate per mile traveled was the lowest in the Midwest, the state safety department said Saturday. Iowa's highway death rate last year was 5.4 persons killed for every 100 million miles traveled in :he state. Death rates in other Midwest states were Nebraska 5.8, Minnesota 5.9, Missouri 6.2, Illinois and Wisconsin 6.9, Kansas 7.2, South Dakota .6.4, North Dakota 8.2 and Indiana 7.5. Iowa's death rate also was below the national rate of 7. Engineer Landes Dies of Attack DES MOINES (tf) -- Services for B. E. Landes, 58, Des Moincs con suiting engineer, will be at 2 p.m here . Sunday. Landes, a Des Moincs resident for 35 years, died at his home Friday of coronary thrombosis. Landes had worked with the Mason City architectural . firm of Hansen and Waggoner for many years. He was responsible among other contracts for the mechanical portions of the plans and specifications on most of Mason City's newer schools, including Hoover, Washington a n d t h e p e n d i n g Roosevelt Elementary Building. Sheriff's New Auto Wrecked NORTHWOOD -- A brand new automobile fully equipped with accessories designed for sheriff's duties Saturday was completely destroyed when it left the road anc! upset in a ditch two and one- half miles northeast of here. Sheriff Ancil Conner and Deputy Irving Juleson were out on county business in the new car on a newly graded road on which some loose gravel had been spread. The- car skidded on the grave] and turned over in the ditch. It was so badly wrecked that the officer immediately put in a requisition for a new one. Sheriff Conner 'and his deputy escaped with scratches. DIES AT AUSTIN Mr. and Mrs. John Jorgcnson and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Richm of Mason City went to Austin, Minn., Friday called by the death of Hans Jorgcnson, father of John Jorgcnson and Mrs. RJehm. Hans Jorgenson, an early settler of the Austin community, will be buried Sunday. Mitchell Nixes Plans for Party WASHINGTON (J) -- Democratic National Chairman Stephen A. Mitchell is passing up a St. Patrick's Day dinner by a club to which he belongs, because, he says, Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis) will be a speaker. McCarthy commented, "It-won't hurt my dinner not to have him there." Mitchell made public Friday a letter to the Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago in which he said, "J will not break bread with a man who has borne false witness against over 30 million Americans." This was a reference to McCarthy's statement in a speech that "The Democratic party bears a label corroded with Communism." Dulles Ready for Caracas Parley WASHINGTON (UP)--Diplomatic and defense officials conferret with President Eisenhower Saturday on the eve of Secretary oi State John Foster Dulles' departure for an interamerican conference at Caracas, Venezuela. Besides Dulles, the conferees included Henry F. Holland, assistant secretary of state for inter- american a f f a i r s ; Undersecretary of Defense Roger Kyes and Adm. Arthur Davis, director of foreign military affairs of the Defense Department. Dulles and Holland leave Sunday for the Caracas conference which opens Monday. Seemann to Seek Seat in Congress WATERLOO W--Ernest J. See mann of Waterloo, who has run unsuccessfully for various office: in elections of recent years, an nounced Friday he is a candidate for the Republican nomination ior 3rd District congressman. In 1952, Seemann atlemtped to run for governor as a "Republi can Vigilante" Party candidate He was denied a place on the bal lot by the secretary of state's office on grounds that his nomina tions did not meet requirements. The 3rd District now is repre sented by Rep. H. R. Gross, the Waterloo Republican, who is seek ing re-election. Asks No Radio, TV During Lent Season PHILADELPHIA W--The Roman Catholic archbishop of^hiladelphi; has suggested that eastern Pcnn sylvania Catholics turn off their ra dio and television sets for a week during the lenten season. The Most Rev. John F. O'Han noting his suggestion was not man datory, said "these inventions can be for the glory of God, but they may also be a means of destroying both our spiritual and intellectua life." The lenten season lasts 40 days beginning with Ash Wednesday next week, and ending Easter Sun day. French Planes Hit Retreating Reds HANOI, Indochina (UP)--French warplanes Saturday battered Com munists limping north from Luang Prabahg ; jn : a retreat which the French High Command says is ' great defensive victory." Returning pilots said the main Red force has reached n point some 75 miles north of Luang Pra- biing--roughly halfway between the ancient royal capital of Laos anc the encircled French outpost at Dicn Bien Pi;u. Everywhere You Go THERE S RADIO! K G L O Dial 1300 5 °°° W * H * KGLO-FM . . . 2:45 to 10:15 P.M. Saturday Highlights Pre-Game . . (6:35 p. m.) North Iowa Oil and Ray Pauley Co. invite you to icar "Prc-Gamc Highlights." Basketball . . (7:00 p. m.) Be listening for .he Iowa-Michigan Stafe game irom East Lansing, Mich., with Al Coupce doing the play-by-play. Sunday Highlights Sunday Lesson . . . (8:30 a. m.) The Rev. Albert Kurtz of the Evangelical Free Church in Cleat Lake will give the 'Sunday School Lesson Preview." Hawaii . . . (12:15 p. m.) Senate politicians arc causing U. S. to break a promise to Hawaii, Earl Hall contends in "One Man's Opinion." Milwaukee News . . (12:30 p. m.) Craig Tonney gives you a complete picture of all the weekend news on the "Milwaukee News." Eve Arden . . . (5:30 p. m.) Enjoy thirty minutes of comedy entertainment with "Our Miss Brooks" starring Eve Arden for Colgate. Antics . . . (6:00 p. m.) Don't miss the antics *of "Jack Benny" and the gang with Gisclc MacKenzie as special guest and sponsored by Lucky Strike. Cronies . . . (0:30 p. m.1 It's front and center for "Amos 'N' Andy" and iheir cronies brought to you by Rcxall. Four Aces . . (7:00 p. m.) The Four Aces are guests on the "Bing Crosby Show" sponsored by General Electric. Herb Shriner . . . (9:30 p. m.) Be listening for famed Hoosier Humorist Herb Shriner on "Two For The Money" for Old Gold. Saturday P.M. Musu On Record (Thompson) C o n t r a f t n In Rhythm News, J'.O. i E. ( M i n 5 h a l l ) Mason C'lly Today, Tjler Kjran Saturday Sports P.-irndc I.cs I'aul ant) Mary Kuril, 1st. N. B.ink I're-namr l l i i c h l l i h t i , R*j I'aulcj Co.. N. Iowa Oil Iowa vs. MlchUan Wnoopee John, Schmidt's N c u i R o u n d u p . G l o b t - G a z e U e John Lore! .Show S u n s h i n e Sue, Corn Producli CBS Dance Band News. CDS CBS Dance Bands News. CBS 5:00 5:30 ti:0fl fi:IO 6:15 B::10 0:35 7:00 !l:30 10:00 10:15 10:1)0 10:45 11:00 11:05 12:00 7:00 7:1S 7: JO 8:15 8:30 0:1)0 9:30 10:00 10:30 10:35 12:00 Sunday A. M. Newa, CBS Family Worship R e n f r o V a l l e y , Poslum, CDS News, CBS Sunday School Lesson nible Broailc3.il. S e n t m a n Church of the Air. CHS Salt Lake Tabernacle Choir, CBS News · ' . : ; · Sunday Souvenirs (Truax) You Wera There Sunday P. M. One Man'9 Opinion. Globe-Gazett* N e w * , .Milwaukee Hallroad Sunday Sports rievicw CTruax) Of These We Sing Iowa Dental Society New York Philhnrmonic. CBS Godfrey nice.it, Owens Cornlnt GUn Godfrey D l i e s l , Ilrhtol M y e r i Godfrey Digest. CBS Social Security Junior Collcfio Presents Let There fie Light N e w i of the Nation. r.G. A E. Sports, flermaninn Dairy Gene A u t r y , Wrlfrlej- Our Miss Krooks, Collate .tack H t n n y , I.ucky Strike Amos 'n Andy, P.Ejnt; Blny Crosby, G e n e r a l Electrlo My Little Marble, P h i l i p Morrit Hall of Fame. Half I!roj. nericcn and McCarthy, Conn. Co*. metics Geno Autry, WriKley Two For the Money, Old Gold News, C.lobe-GaieHe Litany For the Night Organ Moods Dance Orchestra, CBS News. CBS Dance Orchestra, CBS News, CBS Monday A. 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