Iowa City Press-Citizen from Iowa City, Iowa · Page 8Click to view larger version
January 9, 1939

Iowa City Press-Citizen from Iowa City, Iowa · Page 8

Publication:
Iowa City Press-Citizen i
Location:
Iowa City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Monday, January 9, 1939
Page:
Page 8
View full page
Prev. page
Next pages

What members have found on this page

OCR Text

HISo IOWA CITY. IOWA. PRESS-CITIZEN La8fof Six Artide8 o x r fense Must Keep Potential Their Own Sides of Ocean creasingly the Instrument of national policy and national aggrandizement. Second, we need the right kind of national defense to make sure that if war does come to us, we shall be able to bring it swiftly to a -victorious conclusion without subjecting our women and children to ruthless slaughter from the air. Mrs. Fleming b Host to Dinner- Club on Tuesday Our army must be sufficient to hold our vital outlying positions, ach as Panama and Hawaii. Above, army machine gunners face i "gas" attack during war games. singularly favored by geogra- y. We have no predatory neigh- rs with great armies ready to irch across our frontiers. And, yet, we are out of reach of ai tacks coming from the bases o y power of dangerous propor ns. Hie first condition Is that of an md, defensible primarily by sea was such a geographical acci it i which enabled the people o: sat Britain to create their huge rld-girdling empire while pro- ting themselves, and the routes maritime communications along ich flowed the trade which was life-blood of that empire, by ins of a superior navy. Tie second condition, however, s not longer apply to Great tain, for that island is separ- i from the air bases of poten- enemies on the continent of ·ope only by narrow waters, ly flown over. The invention he airplane and its adaptation nilitary use, therefore, has laid military and industrial base of British Empire, the island of it Britain, open to a form of ck with which the British navy lot deal. This fact has ight about an enormous an ed fundamental change in the ! d balance of power--a change se character was dimly fore owed at the conference of Munich, and whose further repercussions will become increasingly apparent in the months immediately before us. The United States, however, retains that priceless privilege which for so long was Britain's, of first defending herself upon the sea. It must not be considered that the sea itself, forming as it does a difficult barrier against airplanes, is an all-sufficient protection. For the sea is also a highway, and is still the easiest and cheapest means of transporting goods--or armies. That is why it is necessary to dominate the seas which divide us Trom the other great powers of 3ie world by means of a powerful navy, which, controlling the movement by sea of armed forces as veil as commerce, shall enable us :o command every means of access o the American continents from the sources from which danger may come. To sum up: We need an adequate national defense first of all o keep us out of war in a world in which force la becoming in Mrs. L. E Fleming was hostess Tuesday afternoon to the dinner bridge club with all 12 members present A co-operative dinner was served at noon, and the afternoon was passed playing bridge at three tables. The hostess received a hostess prize and Mrs. Frank Hicks received the travel prize. During the business meeting Mrs. Carroll Durian was elected president, and Mrs. J. J. Ward was chosen secretary. The next party will be in the home of Mrs. E. A. Wehrle on January 17. If you ever have motor trouble on the road, remember to DIAL 2642 and we'll get you in without delay. You'll find our service dependable . . . and will get you In safety and quickly. G A R T N E R M O T O R C O M P A N Y DODGE AND PLYMOUTH 205 South Capitol Street II md Cany purchasers and WEDNESDAY, No. I RY EGGS R S t o r e Street WRESTLING MONDAY NIGHT-JANUARY 91h 7:30 P. M. FIELD HOUSE GYM KANSAS STATE vs. IOWA Admission --Yearbook Coupon No. 16 or 40c Children --25c Martha Steiner of Wellman Marries in Midnight Ceremony WELLMAN -- "Little Brown Church .in the Vale" near Nashua was the scene of a beautiful wedding Saturday, December 31 at midnight, as the old year was passing out, when Miss Martha Steiner of Wellman, sister of H. W. Steiner of Charles City, became the bride of Frank C. Mayer, also of Wellman. The couple was attended by Emma Steiner, and Charles Steiner of Wellman, sister, and brother of the bride. They were also accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Steiner of Charles City, brother and sister-in-law, of the bride. A group of friends awaited the arrival of the bridal party at the Steiner home in Charles City, to extend congratulations and wish a Happy New Tear. Mr. and Mrs. Steiner served a ·quab dinner at the noon hour on New Year's day. The bride wore a blue-chiffon velvet dress, with a shoulder bou- uet of a white gardenia. They Pill go to housekeeping on the bridegroom's farm southwest of Wellman. Highlights of Radio TONIGHT 6:00--County seat: KMOX Amos 'n' Andy: WLW 6:15--Lum and Aimer: KMOX 6:43--Inside of sports: WGN 7:00--Carson Bobinson's liuckaroos: i Studies in contrast: WGN Cavalcade of America: WBBL1 i i- A i?. earc . e ' s XiB: WHO ':la-- Studies in contrast: IVMT J:30-- Lone Banger: WON Pick and Pat: KMOX 8:00-- Badio theater: WBBH Hour of charm: WLW , ,,. The Budd show: WENB 8:30-- Eddy Ducliin's orchestra: WMAQ Tiro Westminster college choirs: 9 :m ~' * ornbardo-s orchestra : BIG LOOT! SOUTH BEND, Ind. (#)--A bandit walked into Reuben Boyer's store, paid five cents for a candy' bar and demanded all the money in the cash register. Boyer gave it to him. It Was the five cents. | Truo^or false, quiz program: 9:30--Xat.o jal radio forum: WENB Hoi ace jieiafs orchestra: WMAQ Eddie Cantor: WOC "*""« 10:00--Sammy Kaye's orchestra; WSBM Amos V Andy: WMAQ 10 Oa--Human side of the news: WMAQ ,,, ,,,, T? mmy -Doreey's orchestra:WGN 10:30--Al Donahue's orchestra: WENB in j- gab Galloway's orchestra: WOC J? : i!~ elth Baker's orchestra: WGJ. 11:00--hay Kyscr's orchestra: WMT TOMOBKOW MOBNING 7:00--Musical clock: WOC 8:30--Joyce Jordan, girl interne: WisBM Allan Courtney: WGN 8:45--Bachelor's children: KMOS "-"" --" Kitty Kelly, sketch: 10:45--Kitty Keene, Inc.: WHO 11 «,, Aunty Jenny's stones: WBBM 11:00--Melody weavers: WBBM 11:13--The O'Neills: WMAQ 11 nn_j? qr honor ' Nancy James: WBBM 11.30--Bomance of Helen Trent: KMO.i ll:la--National farm and homo hour TOMOBBOW AFTERNOON 12:00--The Goldbergs: WBBM Happy gang: WGN 12 :L--Little Jackie Heller's orchestra: 12:30--Koad of life: WBBSI ^ : t:? h ° se hsp '! J ' GHmans; WMAQ 1:00--Irene Beasley: WOC 1 « S e f ty ana Bob: WMAQ 1:30--Valiant lady: WLW American school of the air: WOC i'oSZSf" 1 ".* °* '" *««*«·: WMAQ 2:00--The story of the song: WOC |:j»--Ma Perkins: WtW 2:30--Cincinnati symphony children's concert: WOC 2 ; «-The guiding light: WMAQ 3:Op-Backstage wife: WMAQ 3:15--Stella Dallas: WMAQ Cincinnati symphony children's orchestra: WOC 3:30--Vic and Sade: WMAQ - ,. 5 WO keyboards: WGN f XrS?.. men an ' 1 books: w 'oc 4.00--Biltmore boys' orchestra :WENB " CnS bef ° re the s TM~ PAGE THREE Members of Kalona Idris Club Hold Regular Meeting KALONA--Mrs. Harry Horesowsky was hostess to members of the Idris club in her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Hilton Grady talked on 'Cancer and Its Causes." Mrs Reagan Adams had the program and she gave "Education in America." Members present were Mesdames Torrest Strickler, Reagaan Adams, ^yle Pry, Hilton Grady, Logan teif, Gordon Engstrom, Lov«a Strickler, Lawrence RUSK and Glenn Miller. Central City, sketch: WMAQ Nation's school of the air: WLW 9:15-- Myrt and DIarge: WBBM Jane Arden: WLS 9:30-- Jnst plain Bill, sketch: WMAQ Smilin' Ed McConnell. songs: 9 -AS-- Woman fa white: WMAQ Stepmother, sketch: WBBJI 10:00-- The story of Mary Martin: WtS ,,, ,, U aI T Lee Taylor: WOC 10:lS-Vic and Sade: WLW «,, TM. Scattergood Baines: WBBM 10:30-- Big sister, sketch; WBBM 4:15--Johnson family: WGN ,, Music for fun: WOC o:0fl--7on _Winslow of the Navy 'Km' orchestra: WMAQ Bolluu's orchestra s, news commenta- 5:30--Adrian WENB TOMOBBOW NIGHT 6:00-- Easy Aces: WENB ,, Amos 'n' Andy: WLW CO ° P n "' 1 Tsrietics: Mr. Keen, tracer of lost persons: ? : nit? ! l !lle of "Ports' WON 7.00- Johnny presents Bnss Morgan and his orchestra: WLW newspaper drama: 7. 7: reen Hornet ' drama: WMT or men only: WHO 0 .. Al Jolson show: KMOX WMT lmd B ° b '' T TM B siorlcs: Battle of sexes: WLW About 80 per cent of our drinking water is treated with liquid chlorine to destroy harmful bacteria. . ,. Wte, the people: WOC 8:30-- Benny Goodman's oreheitn: JSvr F cGee sua Co - : Bob Hope: WMAQ S-TM 6 detective mysteries: WGN Honywood «~ in· -"" l u s a JWlcy; WAUMj 10:la--Charles Haum's orchestra: WOC in .n_ Ji?" my Grier ' s orchestra: WMT 10:30--Charles Hn B hes presents: WOO -uou Breese's orchestra: WMAQ . ,- J?e Bines' orchestra: WMT i:4o--Herbie Holms' orchestra: WOC Lou Breese's orchestra: WHO tt «« Glenn Miller's orchestra: KMOX 11:00--Sammy Kaye's orchestra: WOC Geo. Hamilton's orchestra: WGN Charlie Agnew's orchestra: WMAQ Music you want: WENR Dress Shoes Regularly Up to $70.00 Taken from our regular stock--all sizes, but not in all styles. All colon. SAVINGS of 25% to 66% ON THE FINEST shoes for women! DOMBY'S TWICE YEARLY Rushes Info Hs 3rd Big Week! J. K. Footwear Regularly $10.50 and $72.50 America's finest arch shoe with short back last. Blues, browns, and blacks; in Idd and suede. to 11; AAAAA to D. Hosiery Beg. 79c Reg. $1 Reg. S1.S5 Keg. $1.65 69 C 89* $ l- 15 S T 35 Bells and Bags lo Match Your Shoes America's most beautiful shoes now at this sale price. In suedes, kids, patents, and lastex. Black, rust, wine. 4 to 10; AAAA to B. I Miller Regularly $13.75 $0.45 Domby Boot Shop ! A Vt · f ^l^ff^wu* *"" ^B EARL SNYDER 128 EAST WASHINGTON ST. 'SPAPERf 'SPAPERf