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Roblin Review And Togo News (Newspaper) - June 24, 1937, Roblin, Manitoba The Renfrew Man Elevator CREAM SEPARATORS from to f IttjOO Call in and inspect our eteck VM Roblio THE MANITOBA HARDY PLANT NURSERY DROPMORE MANITOBA Proprietor Whan you think of ar perennial Hewers think of The hNttfing nursery in Western Canada ataterialo from our hardy ta in yeur H will pay you as the nursery end select yeur own 1 a TAYLORS HARDWARE JUNE BRIDE SPECIAL 94Piece English Dinner In a beautiful Grecian Pattern Q Qff Regular eFesW PROTECT YOU ft STOCK with FLY SPRAY NOSE GUARDS at Setter SCREEN all widths FLY SWATTERS FLY SPRAY in Bring your own containers 2 USED cheap for quick GET THE GET IT AT TAYLORS LOCAL NOTES eVERYTMINC IN PRINTING Review Print Picnic Time is Here When going away on your picnic do not carry Call at StoreTand get Paper Paper Spoon and 6 to pkg 15c Large Paper assorted pkg and 20c IRWIN L MITCHELL STATIONER THE WORLDS GOOD NEWS will come to your home every day through THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An International Dally Nneifaptr It for you the constructive The Monitor doti not exploit crime or sensation neither does It Ignore but deidi correctively with Features or busy men and sll the including the Weekly Magazine The Christian Science Publishing Society Norway Uasiachuwtti Pleaw enter my subscription to The Christian Science Monitor or a period of 1 year 8 month 3 months 1 month 7Se Wednesday including Magazine Section 1 year 8 Issuei Name Its BIG WYNOLA A Real COLA DRINK a 2glass Bottle 5c THE BIGGEST AND BEST 5 CENT DRINK TO BE GOT ANYWHERE Ordor by the case grocer or confectionery BELL BOTTLING ON SETS AHCW JN QUALITY AMD WUUEf DRIVE IN Let ua YOUR CAR TODAY QUICK SERVICE No matter what you pay get greater value than lan you jet in Good and Rl all the longwearing features that made Gaaavewr The wide heavy tread on Rl greater mileage and yet this tire coata you leas than any standard tire Come in and it today the Rl saves you money Brvinsky returned from the city left far Winni peg was a visitor at Roblin s Williamson motored to Win nipeg and SpigeJman and family are Winnipeg and Nowosad left Sunday for Fort local postmaster is at tending the convention in Miss Units is a visitor with her Miss Eleanor Donald is the new mechanic at the Guarantee Gar of the Bank staff left Thursday to spend his holi days at his home in and Nixon left Fri day for over the week end they vsited at Madga Lake and Attend the concert in the Lyric on June Sponsored by the Shevlin Curtain 9 Adm 2Sc children and Bradford were guests of and over the and accompanied by their daughters and Arnold mo tored to Arnold and his father journeyed to Winnipeg from that end Gordon were weekend at ths homo of Greenaway and attended the pool John and Porter spent Sunday fish ing at La Plantes north of They fine days outing and splen did catch of over 40 fish With recent rains and moderately warm the crops are in Local authorities beljeve that Roblin district will havs above the avsrags but not a bumper this Legion members are putting forth every effort to make the 1st of a real Arrangements are be ing made for midway re freshment booths and sport Remember the the holi day at A note of warning at this time is made to carsful when you go being over confident and believing you are secure from has led to most of our drowning You may not sxpsrienced a youll find it very uncomfortable to undergo this experience in thirty feet of water or even six you might not able to tall your friends how it Ths Detroit Joe Louis his way to ths heavyweight championship of the Jimmy Braddock the hold er of the title put up a great Louishad ths advantage of youth be ing ten years younger than Ths battle lastsd sight rounds but it was only Braddocks fighting Irish heart that kept him terriffic blow between the in the second round clinched the fight for the German contender for the crown has been the only man of lato to defeat manipu lation by promoters had prevented the German boxer from meeting Braddock before Great sums of money are in play when boxing of this type is being AT THE MOVIES week and Saturday the Lyric presents a Para mount The Moona Our starring Margaret Sullavan and Henry Fonda and featuring Chariee Beulah Bondi and many other delightful comedy ia taken the novel of the same name written by Faith Baldwin and aaid by eral to outdo the original atory in its excellent Of course everybody laughed at the inimitable comedy of Charles Butterworth either An the acreen ar on the radio but none have yet seen Margaret Sullavan in a comedy role auch aa aha playa in Fonda alao previously been noted for but in The Moona Our Home he too turns comedian and he well Sullavan proves to be equally adept in comfe or tragic As one critic has put it this pro duction is As delightful a slice of madness as has reached the acreen in many All critics have given this production more praise than is given to people and old people who want a good who doest will get a good evenings entertain ment when they see The Our at the Special no Next week as a special for July 1st the big production Banjo on My Knee starring Barbara and Joel MacRea will be Wiiteh for Gat the PrescntaUtioD Sarah Creaa and Mrheaa marriage ts to take place next were honored guests at a so cial given by the Roblin United Wednesday of last week at the home et A mock at which Austin assumed the role of the Marrying Parson1 was performed accompanied by appropri ate musical Following other of entertainment and the serv ing of refreshments an address was read to the two honored choir mem by president of the choir and a presentation was made by the choir tan Clara Dies buddcniy The funeral of Joseph Lizotte was held Juns 23rd at San burial being made in the San Clara was born at Nor 70 years he re sided with his family in the San Clara district for some twentyfive Only recently has Lizctte suffered from heart and on Tuesdsy he was being conveyed to Russell hospital to undergo medical a mile south of Roblin he suffered a relapse and died before medical aid Beeides his widow he leaves to mourn his three and four The sympathy of the district is extended to the ber eaved The oil industrys most expensive accounting job is collecting the gaso line tax for governments which im pose a tax which in the United States and Canada is more than a It is estimated this cost the industry about 000 a There are several hundred gasoline taxes in the United States With different rates and exemptions and soms laws making allowances for losses and some it is a prob lem to keep records which will fur nish the information required by the various taxing Oil companies in fact hold school to teach their salesmen the tax regu Some have tax manuals of a hundred pages or applying the technical definitions to their list of products and telling which are The variety of returns required by 200 different kinds of taxes paid by the oil industry is almost One for reported recently it had paid different tax items in s Each item required several exchanges of Cheques were drawn for amounts Hanging from 25 cents to K As a result of investigations car ried out by the Association Commit tee on Grain Research during the past three it has now been estab lished that Amber Durum wheat of the Goledn Ball variety is consis tently of very poor macaroni making yielding macaroni of unde sirable color and low baking strength and cannot therefore be considered as equal to Amber Durum of the Mindum As the statutory definitions for the grades of and 2 Am ber set forth in the Canadian Grain require that these grades be Mindum Amber Durum wheat or equal to on or af ter 1st of August Amber Durum of the Golden Ball variety will not be considered eligible for these two CARD OF THANKS For the beautiful floral tributes and expressions of sympathy from friends and neighbors we extend our heartfelt Switaer and LYRIC Vhuraday Friday Saturday JUNE 242526 MARGARET SULLAVAN and HENRY FONDA in The Moons Our Home Adult A rollicking awarded three by Liberty Magazine and giv en moat favorable comment by ev ery Charles Beulah Bond and many other EXTRA SPECIAL SHORTS AND COMEDY ALSO SHOWN SPECIAL FOR JULY 1st also Friday and July 2nd and 3rd Barbara Stanwyck Joel MacRae W Banjo oo My Knee Matinee Saturday at 3 2 Saturday at 7 and 9 Week Night Start at TAKE CARE OF THE TWENTIES In Dominion of Canada in deaths from tuberculosis oc curred from 20 24 years of age than at any other time of They were SS7 such O these 333 were young men and 524 were young wo Why are there more in young women We do not Do they not take as much fresh as good as much as their brothers From 15 to 19 years thero wer 606 From 25 to 29 years there 762 The number increased up to 25 years and decreased after 25 years of Why arc there most deaths from in the early twenties We do not Perhaps the enormous demands that growth makes on the strength and vitality of the individual have been too much for these young They need better care and batter Did they get plenty of fresh air Are they up too late at night Arc they having too much ex citement Certainly nutrition has a great deal to do with this are only now beginning to understand the importance of nutrition and the real protection which good food gives to Twenty is too young to give up taking Take at least a pint of milk a day in different milk a glass of milk at meal time and coffee made with hot and top milk with a cereal at Milk eggs are needed and meat or fish once a day and fresh especially green vege as well as fresh As a rule we should always partake of all the foods on family table so that we get a balanced And eating regularly as well as slowly and chew ing the food well are of prime impor Swallowing food in large pieces deprives of part of its power to nourish Take your weight every month and keep a record of The periodical health examination by a physician is a great safeguard and even if the young Canadian is pefectly he or she should have this medical examination before reaching the early Such an as we now must include an Xray film of the It ia the only way to be sure that the insidious tuberculosis is not harbored Deaths in the Canadian provinces from tuberculosis are not more than half what they were about In some they are not more than onefifth of what they were in But take care of the Keep up good general and tu berculosis will some day be as rare in Canada as it ought to Questions concerning ad dressed to the Canadian Medical As 184 College will be personally by CHURCH NOTES UNITED CHURCH The Church of Lasting Friendship Enter the Open Pray Subject WantedMore members for The Ancient Order of the Recha Tummell Roblin Bield 7 3 CLASSIFIED ADS Advertisements under this head per minimum per cash with canvas bag containing the road from Deepdale to or on the south of Leave at The Review PERSONAL GET VIGOR AT ONCE NEW OSTREX Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster invigorators and other One dose peps up If not maker refunds price paid write Mitchells Drug If you want to If you want to sell or Advertise it in the Review ROIiLIN REVIEW An independent weekly published Roblin in every Thursday morning by Subscription rates Canada WOODS HICKS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Dunlop Block Phone 22 ROBLIN KERR DENTIST Hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 6 by Appointment Office in Newton Main STANDISH FUNERAL SERVICE AND EMBALMER Phone 46 Cranwell PRAYING All Orden Praroplly Attended To Roblin THE NEW Egg Candling Station IN THE DUNLOP BLOCK ROBLIN CASH OR TRADE SATISFACTION AND HIGHEST PRICES OPERATED BY NOWOSAD GENERAL MERCHANT BRANDON EXHIBITION JUNE 28th JULY 2nd Single Fare for Round Trip MINIMUM FARE 25c from all stations in Manitoba and Saskatchewan ON SALE JUNE 26th to JULY lit and on JULY 2nd for arriving not later than 2 Return JULY 5th Information from insert name of phone 37366 CANADIAN NATIONAL MANITOBAS FAVORITE Regis Hotel WINNIPEG The Rfgis Hotel Hestaiuant operated at cott for conveni ence of Hotel Choice 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