Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
27 Jan 1935

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27 Jan 1935

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 27, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin % bulletin Carrier makes a request dear editor i to Nill like to Sav something to the people and in is the Best Way i know of saying it. I help peddle the sunday bulletin every sunday. There Are Many Platea where two or three bulletin must be left on the Fame porch. It seems that at some of these place the fir to person who comes out takes All the bulletins for h my Elf then during the week or the next sunday the Ether person or persons tomes out and bawls us out for not leaving a bulletin for them. I know a House is missed once in a great while but not All the time. This not Only happens on this route but also on other routes All Over the City. Please people take Only one of the bulletins left on the porch. Another thing is the people who always ask for an extra paper. The carriers do not ret any extra papers. Of he does pet an extra paper he will rive it to you if los wants to. But usually ii Bas a Friend he wan to Cive it to. Please people. Take Only one bulletin and done to ask for an extra thank. M it. A Park View thanks station Wrin for Dempsey broadcast dear Edio i would like to thank Wren or Brennan and John Wagner for making the interesting interview of Jack Dempsey by Wash Cain possible. I enjoyed and appreciated the fifteen minute program very much especially As it May be a Long time before we have the pleasure of hearing Jack Dempsey again As he expects to devote most of his time to the new restaurant he is opening in new Turk t it. Across from Madison Square Ria Den tack a Nee of in v a verite he a a or a to sporting turn in Page la column t i the hath la still an exciting adventure in the daily life of the quintuplets and Yvonne her head sustained by nurse s firm gentle hand seems to be enjoying it to the full. The Olive Oil Bath Days Are Over now. And the Quot quins to to get regular Quot grown up it Baths. Never were there four brighter eyes or two softer or More roly poly Little bodies than Annette and Yvonne present Here at eight months old. Note the tiny Brace let chains which hold identification tas so there May be no mistake As to whoa who. Roumal times pictures relate vivid tale of quintuplets growth As a result of one of the greatest Quot picture scoop it of recent years. The Phot a graphic Story of the a Mons Ynonne quintuple to sep for. Ire in Bacin in the Racine journal to in is. The Story of Bow a to Numal times obtained these pictures through Nea service inc., is an interesting one. When the quintuplets were born the parents no less than the rest of the world were stunned by the miraculous a ent. But Ovila Dionne the father was faced with the a tem fact that in addition to Bis fire older children a now inns Vij Porf no his Verity Little from these five new daughters who to survive at All. Must have the most meticulous care. Pro Ler lure expect d pc. That in expensive. A Prospect to dismay Ani Parent even in be or r ire mss Tancos than these French Canadian Del is on the Edge of the great North Woods. Many offers came to the Dionne some within a Day of tha quintuplets to birth. But most of them involved risk to the Young lives in which so great an interest promptly entered. Or. A. R. Dafoe vetoed them. His Wisdom a been Lustre by the Bright Healths condition of the quintuple today. Thev ire fast de eloping into Beautiful baby girls a medical near Miracle for no other Case is known in modern times of survival of a Mother and five quintuple. Let alone the babies to development into Normal healthy children. Kir Lesiw picture. Guardians were appointed and last year the journal time was Able to present through via service. Inc., exclusive pictures of their development. When this arrangement expired recently representatives of other Large american news picture agencies rushed to Canada to bid for future rights to these absorbing pictures. After Long negotiations. Nea service again obtained the tights paying a Price believed higher than get before paid for a single picture feature and one thai issued the parrots of Freedom from worry about the care Ani future of their rapidly growing daughters. Cir Citer wonder at hand. When the wonder babies fed with an Eye Dropper survived those first Days and weeks of their precarious life it was considered by medical authorities a Pear in Israele. Each succeeding week the wonder Arew. But the greater wonder is is hand. The Marvel of Bare survival i displaced by the Wonde. Of development under Ideal conditions of care and surroundings. As a study of what can be done by environment for children born under Adverse circumstances this Story is without a peer. Irea Iest baby pictures. Under the Persona supervision of or. Dafoe who will be that nothing endangers the Bable welfare the Story will be told in pictures the greatest baby pictures Ever made available for newspaper publication. These pictures. Covering the most interesting periods of infant growth in tiding the first Teeth the first step the first birthday and How they Are cared for. Will be made available exclusively in Racine by the Fri rna i time through its relationship with Nea service. Division Headquarters of aka in Cleveland ?" a National recovery administration compliance division Headquarters for Hio Michigan. Kentucky and West Virginia have been established Here. Aspa Eto a program try decentralize Era activities in Field and compliance divisions. A regional Council was set up Here to assume a Harp of unadjusted complaint. Head of the new compliance division is Ben dict Crowell former Era compliance director for Ohio. Solider Thompson former Trade practice compliance director will to Deputy director. Tile regional Council for the four states a headed by Eugene bund. Colorado attorney and former member of the aka litigation division. The new compliance division i will take charge of All complaints i from the four states. Hearings will be referred to the regional Council. In event litigation arises. I it win he handled by lawyers assigned to the litigation division. Mary f. Wood former execute e assistant to Crowell will serve As compliance director for Ohio. Weeks devotional services Wren i i _ j sunday Jan. 21, 5 30 p. ?" Rev. Arthur Nutt Central Naza Reno Church. Monday in. �?�8. 1 30 p. ?" r t. Ritz. V. M of. Tuesday Jan. 20. 1 3a p ?"-�?� adj. Huffman salvation army. Wednesday Jan. 30, 1.30 p. In. Rev. F. Nielsen our Savior to lutheran Church. Thursday Jan. 31, 1 30 p. ?" Rev. A. Simpson St. Luke s episcopal Church. Saturday eeb j i to p my Rev. T t Liddell first Church of the Nazareth not a natatorium. But museum wanted sunday w bulletin vol 4-no. 41. Racine wis., sunday Jan. 27, 1935. Circulation 19,500 dear editor one of the contributors of the sunday bulletin suggested that a natatorium should be made out of our old Library. It permit me to sex j Plain for the Benefit of those who May not know that a natatorium is a place to swim in it it seems to me this is too much of a luxury end the old Library is much too j Good for such a purpose. A pats j thorium is something which will be of Benefit to a minority of our population. Why not use the Library for a museum. This will be of educational value to the younger generation. I and the older folks will find it most interesting a City the size of Racine should have a museum. V. M. Bank St utterly contented in an overwhelming love and Trust. Yvonne snuggle up to the doctor whose Wisdom and patience brought the quintuplets safely through to life and health. What a contrast is Here the innocent face of the babe and the grading hair and Wise eyes of or. Dafoe. Yet some unfathomable understanding seems to pass Between them record of the world to most famous babies. Many subjects of interest to the \ citizens of our City have been free i by discussed in the bulletin but the j one i have in mind and one i be i i a veto be of importance to every citizen seems to have been neglect i de. Several years ago her a a lot of talk about elevating the North Western tracks at crossing within the City limits but for some j unknown reason it seems this in i pro vement has been entirely forgotten. During this lapse of time. J Many lives have been claimed and the recent state Street accidents again brought this to my mind. J with several Hundred citizens out of employment no More opportune Lime than now could be bad for demanding track Elevation to pro i Mote safety and guard against future accidents. Sooner or later this improvement must be made with last trains being routed through i Piacine accidents Are bound to in crease instead of decrease and our i Coly solution is to demand track Elevation without further delay. Why have you aldermen who Are so concerned about the safety and welfare of your citizens done nothing about this Hazard this is a Worth while project it is needed and it will put men to work Ken Osha was aide to have it done let us hear from you. As to Why you have not demanded the same con j iteration for citizen and taxpayers of Racine. Come Forward with your aves and Nave and let us know How Many of you will up part a worthy project. Come for j Ward you citizens and demand that it be done. D. K. O. State by Auto Driver likes ashes on ice dear editor we Driver of automobiles certainly wish to thank the department i of Public works for distributing ashes by the arterial. And the streets which Are Hilly thereby j avoiding Many accidents. We Eer mainly appreciate that during this i time when roads Are so Slippery j and cars can skid so easily. I have seen men distributing ashes even at night and thereby making drive j ing much easier. There is no other Way in which we can show our appreciation hut we Are sure the bulletin will reach them All. Sincerely t. P., a. A e. E. Ashland ave re he Dionne quintuplets Are growing up and growing cuter every minutes As you Tell observe in these remarkable photos first of the array which will appear exclusively in the Racine Roumal times during the next year or More under the new con / tract recently negotiated with the babies to guardians by Nea service inc. Make sure you get your Roumal times regularly to avoid missing a single picture in this Superb camera Hopes House Winner will appreciate it dear editor i would just like to comment on what a. Good plan it i to give away tha Home that is being remodeler i on Monument Square to the Holder of the winning ticket. I think that it is a wonderful contest. And i Hope that Rome on who needs a Home and who will appreciate it will win it. This Home will be won by some Lucky person and i m sure that they will enjoy i having such an attractive Little place As this will be. Yours sincerely h. H. Lake Tarki appreciates better Type of movies dear editor i wish to extend a word of thanks to the Racine theater owners be i cause of the noted improvement in the movies Here recently. I noticed that when a w Orth while picture is shown there is always a capacity j crowd this shows thai people still desire the better things of life. Fine better movies Benefit the people As Well a the theater owners. Let us. Therefore patronize them and them Only. Only the bulletin could convey my thanks sincerely Tours h. M. Thowe St Quot whoop up i got a big girl like meet not afraid a Yvonne seem to say. Even the daring Young Man on the flying trapeze never got a greater kick out of flying through the air than Yvonne Dionne expresses a nurse Leroux lifts her High before the camera. Famous babies at ducked her head As the camera snapped Marie left and Annette Yvonne and Cecile seem to enjoy the proceedings. Most ready for anything that this strange new world May bring them the Bright Eves of the Dionne quintuple gaze expectantly. Except for Emelie who modestly worlds rules Given on phone etiquette a word to Call listener in the party lines please do not lift up your receiver if the Call la not for you. First the two parties conversing can not understand As Well and second it is very unethical to listen to other people s conversation. The has happened a number of time Send i know of no better place to express this Peeve than right Here in the sunday bulletin. So once More please do not listen of the Call is not for you. E. W. G. It Washington ave asks for Elevation the of Railroad tracks

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