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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 26, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin journal times what our readers have to say. Racine wis., sunday april 26,1936 circulation Oyer 21,000 is will be paid for any comment Tiff in this column guar Sale of cooking school tickets starts wednesday gangster to frequent departures from prisons an indictment of americans system roof Law enforcement Lone tree near wind Point was Sentinel for Lake ships historian relates Story of actress to perils in South. Ships on ways bring aircraft tenders to treaty strength. Washington. A ins a Uncle Sam is going to try to keep a few of his naval secrets for a change. Most of the armament aboard american warships is generally known but an Effort is going to be made to keep secret the armament which is to be installed aboard the latest addition to the Fleet the aircraft Carrier Yorktown. Although it is considered Likely the armament will consist chiefly of 8 Inch and 5 Inch guns the exact number and their placement is being kept a closely guarded secret. The Washington naval treaty under the limitations of which the Yorktown was built limits the number of 8 Inch guns on aircraft carriers to to but permits an unlimited number of guns of 6 Inch calibre or less. Rangers to guns a secret. Therefore the Yorktown will be unable to carry More than to 8-Inch guns but May carry an unlimited number of 6-Inch or less. The aircraft carriers Lexington and Saratoga which have a Standard displacement of 33,000 tons each As compared with 19,900 tons for the Yorktown carry eight 8-Inch girls and twelve 5-Inch weapons. In View of its smaller tonnage it is conceivable that the Yorktown May not carry As Many 8-Inch guns As the Lexington and Saratoga. The new aircraft Carrier Ranger carries eight 5-Inch guns but the number of 8-Inch guns or other weapons with which it is equipped is a naval secret. Has latest facilities. Launched at Newport news va., with the Blessing of mrs. Franklin d. Roosevelt the Yorktown represents the latest developments in aircraft carriers. Designed to carry too a planes it has a flight deck space of approximately 14 acres. It has a maximum Speed of 40 knots. Its chief dimensions Are Standard displacement 19,900 tons length on waterline 761 feet extreme beam at or below waterline 83 feet 2 inches mean draft 21 feet 8 inches. Its sister ship the Enterprise is now nearing completion at the Newport news shipbuilding Yard and is scheduled to be launched in july. Limits off next year. These two carriers along with the 14,200-ton aircraft Carrier Wasp now under construction by the Bethlehem shipbuilding corporation at Quincy mass., will bring the United states up to full treaty strength in aircraft carriers. However Japan to scrapping of the Washington and London naval treaties and the failure of the naval Powers to reach any agreement on quantitative limitation will leave this country free after the first of the year to build As Many aircraft carriers As it wants. 1 the new naval agreement merely limits the size to 23,000 Speed verse with modern moral dear editor i thought this was a pretty Good versa to Send in to the sunday bulletin in these times of reckless driving a Stream lined car a dream lined girl a tree lined Highway a Bee line at curve a two line epitaph. Here lies Bill Jones the crazy dunce tried to make too Many curves at once. A. Li., Island ave modern eve a one of springtime to most attractive gardens undoubtedly is this one surrounding pretty Eleanor Akers of Dallas Texas. Her Beach Corsage is entirely of bluebonnets the state Flower. To Wear it Eleanor a rang Erette at the Texas Centennial fair had to abandon her customary chaps. But never fear they Tell be to lesson in horror pictures dear editor in the sunday bulletin v. G. Bank St. Was opposed to the gruesome pictures which some other newspapers put out about the Hauptmann electrocution. He said it was nothing a child should read or see. I disagree with v. G. I think any child old enough to read and reason for himself would not be Hurt by it but would keep this in mind As to what happens to Law Breakers and would at some time profit by it. the other hand children not a id enough to read surely got no horrible effects even if any one read it to them it we Tould not harm them As they would be too Young to Realise what it meant. I have a boy of 9 years and he saw the picture of Hauptmann in the electric chair and said Quot that s what a Crook gets and deserves Quot and if a boy his age thinks this Way now i m sure hell remember it if he is older and tempted to do something crooked. So i feel it does no harm. Thanks for the bulletin. C. M., North St prof. Ernest h. Hahne economist of Northwestern University and Rev. George Gibson jr., pastor of the first congregational Church at Webster Groves mo., will be among the outstanding speakers at a conference to be held in Racine next wednesday arranged by the National emergency peace Campaign. These and other speakers will appear at the William Hornick and Washington Park High schools Dur ing Assembly periods wednesday morning and on the conference programs to be conducted in the y. W. C. A. Building at 2 30 p. In. And 7 30 p. In. Representatives of civic social religious and labor organizations of Racine county have been invited to the conference sessions according to Adolph Gillund county chairman. The meetings Are open to anyone desiring to attend. The conference Here is one of a series of 300 being conducted in the United states by the emergency peace Campaign As the first step in a nation wide movement to keep the United states from going to War. They will be followed according to or. Gillund with a comprehensive Effort by members to unite Public opinion in opposition to scientist tells the world of new Sun Ray Paris �?"<7p a the discovery of a new Ray in the Sun to Halo hitherto unknown is claimed by a French astronomer Bernard lot. The Ray or it May even be a series of rays a is held to indicate that there is something perhaps a chemical element which so far has escaped the attention of observers. Lot who has been analysing the Sun to Light for the last year at the Observatory on the pie do Midi Mountain in the pyrenees described his discovery in a report to the French Academy of sciences. Special apparatus. He used a special apparatus the Chronograph which he said permitted exploration of the Sun to Halo at All times and not As previously Only during eclipses. The Chronograph divides the Halo into the bands of the spectrum and it was while examining the red band m. Lot said that he came across the new to police doing advertising dear editor while downtown shopping on wednesday afternoon april 15, i heard a lot of noise and blowing of Auto horns. Thinking it was another wedding Celebration coming Down the Street i turned around to see and to and behold Here came a squad car in which were two by husky officers of the Law yes Racine to finest. Following this squad car was a line of Brand new cars their horns shrieking As loud As they could proclaiming the triumphant return Home of one of Racine s Long lost daughters. What s wrong with that you say just this my Friend you have Here officers of the Law paid to enforce the Law s of the City of Racine not Only allowing a direct violation of Law but actually spending their time and taxpayers to Money leading a group of Auto Drivers around town while in the act of violating Laws of the City. This is not the first time this has happened and i do believe our police officers in squad cars bought and paid for with our hard earned dollars could find More important business to attend to than advertising coming Road shows. J. O., Lockwood ave tax rebate vanishes in Boundary change Delaware township n. J. A a Frank c. Hess was elated when advised that he was to receive $243 in taxes collected on his property since 1922. Smiles turned to groans however when Hess was told that he must Transfer the Money to the Borough of Haddonfield which took his property through a re arrangement of Boundary lines. Cooking school seats go on Sale wednesday May 12, 13, 14 and 15 Are the dates set for the annual journal times homemaking and cooking school which is to be conducted in memorial Hall by the Jesse m. Deboth organization. Hundreds of attractive prizes Are to be distributed to those attending and Many new features Are to be added to the school paper. This year to avoid congestion at the door tickets Are to be sold in Advance. They will be placed on Sale wednesday april 29, at 9 a. Rn., and will be sold daily thereafter from 9 to 12 and from i to 5 p. In. Until the school starts. It has been announced by those in charge that All who have tickets in Advance will be assured of seats. Heretofore tickets have been sold at the door during the school. Congestion and inconvenience resulted. For that reason they Are to be sold in Advance this year. Different coloured tickets will be printed for each Day and they May be purchased for one two three or for All four Days. Doors will be open at 7 Oclock each evening and the programs will begin at 7 30. In previous years doors were opened at 5 30 or 6 Oclock. It is advisable say those in charge to get tickets As Early As possible because it is probable that there will be a greater demand than parents to use switch on youngsters Camden n. J. A ins a if parents Are really interested in crime prevention fathers should revive the custom of taking Junior into the woodshed occasionally and applying a Good Stout switch in the opinion of Justice Frank t. Lloyd of the new Jersey supreme court. A owe must realize a Justice Lloyd commented a that a vast amount of crime is being committed by boys of tender age. I believe that responsibility rests on parents. Many parents do not properly enlighten their children for two reasons. They Are too concerned with their own pleasures and they think that by giving their children plenty of Freedom they will make them ?� a of am not advocating bodily punishment for every infraction a he said a but i do believe a Happy medium might be drawn Between such practice and too much ?� Gandhi keeps silent seven hours a Day new Delhi India. Off a Mahatma Gandhi is now completely silent for seven hours every Day. the advice of his physician he remains mute Between the hours of to a. In. And 5 p. In. His health is improving but his blood pressure still shows a tendency to Rise suddenly and then return to Normal. He takes a daily walk usually in the modern girls seek self support St. Louis a ims a most modern girls entertain an ambition to be Able to support themselves according to president Marion Edward Park of Bryn mawr College. Here to attend a meeting of St Louis alumnae of Bryn mawr College recently miss Park said that a every girl ought to be Able to earn a ?� commenting on wealthy girls accepting positions which they could Well afford to do without miss Park said that a othe Best Way to look at it is that the girl who can afford to do the Job Well ought to take it swing music stops panic in theater Pawtucket r. I. A ims a a swing it Russ a shouted dancers Phillips and Breen to orchestra Leader Russ ring when a backstage fire stampeded a capacity audience. The Youthful dance pair ignored the Blaze to continue with their routine the orchestra played faster and louder and the charging mass of people in the aisles quieted Down. Informed the fire could not reach the auditorium because of the heavy fire curtain the audience returned to the for Coronation to Cost Peers $800,000 London. A a Peers and pee resses will spend $800,000 on their Coronation Robes which they have ordered. The cloth Crimson velvet of a deep ecclesiastical Hue takes six months to manufacture in the North of England. Nearly 1,600 Robes have to be made. Robes Cost $425 each and coronets $90. Weather notes Washington. April 25�?"oj.ra a weather Outlook for the period of april 27 to May 2 for the Region of the great lakes generally fair beginning of week with one or two Shower periods thereafter Cool monday and tuesday followed by somewhat warmer with cooler again by close

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