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Roblin Review (Newspaper) - March 1, 1973, Roblin, Manitoba Page Two THE KOiSLIN K i MANITOBA March 197H Published Thursday of each week on the premises of the Roblin Review 319 1st Avenue Manitoba Publisher Editor AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER ESTABLISHED IN 1912 Second Class Mail Registration Number 0209 Subscriptions Local Canada Foreign AT THE FACTS Heart disease is Canadas 1 health An How else would 3ou describe a disease that killed over Canadians in 1970 and afflicts 2Va million Canadians 1 in 4 of our adult population It attacks Canadians regardless oi creed or colour and costs the Canadian ec onomy over 1 billion dollars each Iti s not just an Old mans di More that 50 of the deaths each year in men aged 3504 are diue to heart and blood vessel di However progress is being In 20 years Canadian Scientists have pioneered Pacemakers to control heart Artery transplants to improve blood supply to the heart Replacement of damaged heart valves by human Canadian Coronary Care units reduce mortality rates by Surgery to correct one of the defects resulting in blue Scientists throughout the world have contributed these major gains Heartliung machines for open heart Artifician heart valves and ar tery Drugs to control high blood Heart and valve Rheumatic heart disease preven New treatment reduces disabili ty from Thousands of Canadians are liv ing who would have died prenva tardy if 1950 death rates prevailed These problems remain The prevention of premature heart A vaccine to stop Rheumatic A cure for high blood which aififlicts nearly two million The prevention of defects in newborn The prevention of They can be solved with increas ed public support for the research March is Red Cross Month in This is the time of year when the of Canada are asked to sup port local iiund raising campaigns so that the many essential services CROSS MONTH oif the Society such as the Blood Emergency and Veter ans will continue to be available to all those who turn to Red Cross in time of The Roblin Branch plans to com For Youth LP WANTED A KNACK OF WRITING INTERESTED IN OUR PAST Apply to Roblin Collegiate or Phone SEE RECREATION RAMBLINGS COMMENCING MARCH 1973 WILL BE U MONDAYS AND SATURDAYS mence the Jocal campaign very shortly and local residents are ear estly requested to give their sup port to this aflfort so that the dis trict objective of may bi The area Campaign Chairman i Boughton and any assis tauce you may give by way oif edi torial support or publicity will be greatly appreciated by the Rec Red Cross Activities and Services In Roblin For 1972 BLOOD TRANSFUSION SERVICE The Red Cross Blood Centre in Winnieg has supplied a total o 152 units of blood to the Roblin If we national Red Cross figures af which is the aver age cost of collecting and process ing a unit of this expendi ture would be There are additional costs covering shipping It should be noted blood suipplr ed figures do not include units administered to patients requiring major surgery in Winnipeg hospi BLOOD DONOR CLINICS No clinics held in your WATER SAFETY SERVICE Our 1972 Water Safety program had a total enrollment of EMERGENCY SERVICES The following assistance was pro vided One frie in involv ing a family oif 3 adults and 6 chil dren items af 105 it ems of 4 Bed Cross Youth health Total value One fire in February involving a family of 2 adults 9 items oif bedd 5 items of Total va lue One fire in April in volving a family of 2 adults and 3 children 24 items oif 80 items of 3 Red Cross Youth health Total value One fire in August involv ing a family of 2 adults and 10 children 47 items oif 161 items of 10 Red Cross Youth health Total value NURSING SERVICES During a total of 6 loans were made from our Sickroom Equipment Loan 30 14 Members Attend The afternoon unit of the held their February meeting at the home of Kines with 14 members Our JolJMfe in the In the absence of our worship Jolliflfe had the programe con started our study on Members axe asked to bring jams or jelltys to heLp Captain Knight in his wonderful project to our next to be held at the home of Gay Last year ourm embers quilted 11 Three were given to six were paying projects and two were senti n our allocation Watch for the ad in the Date Book the pancake supper Reporter Rufby MaDufJfe 30 Keeping fit may not prevent a heart but it will certainly you feel and look i Or per Pound Grease Save pe AT COOP veff Per r t nl Save AT COOP Six Intennounlain Bii Roblin Douglas Cowlin and Mel Grandview ani Jtobert Noil Fricsen anc Alvin Gilbert partici patcd in the comfarena on interpersonal relaiionships ii the schools in 19 to Sponsored by the Manito ba Teachers Society and the DC ol the confer ence was attended by about 40 including more than 30 teachers and about 15 students from all parts of the I was designed to help participants increase their human relation skills and featured ten workshops dealing with various aspects oif in terp2rsonal relationships in the 2Q MEETING A meeting of the Womens Mis sionary Evangelica Mission was held eFbruary oip ening with the hymn There shall be showers Oif Blessing with Haas McGinnis as followed with prayer by Gladys Roll call was answered with a from There were 15 members Scrip ure reading was taken from Psalms 116 read by Hazel McGin Missionary letters were then read from the Bill Miss Heppner and a thank you note from the Leprosy Items of business discussions purchasing water heater for church kitchen and the World Day af Prayer to be held March 2nd at Penticostal Bandages wer made curtains were cut and sewn for the basement The offering taken was The meeting came to a close with a delicious lunch served by Doro thy Irvine and Mary J1EMOIUAMS IN MEMORY loving memory of our Ooar father and who away March Wiihont farewell be fell ior us to But in hearts always Loved and Sadly missed by his loving wife Myrtle and CARDS CARD OF THANKS Sincere thanks is extended to my many friends and relatives for the carcls ami visits received dur my slay Doer Lottie jnrial n the lioliiin Branch of hi Earl COMIN 7 EVE NTS PANCAKE SUPPER Pancake Supper will be held in the Uiiiied Church oi March from G to 8 p BINGO in Sacred Heart Auditorium every Wednesday at 3 10 sanies including three Admission lOxtra cards for FOR SALE inch white Moffal rood Phone P FOR wlical grown in 1071 from Apply to lien phone 1970 Alouette IS Apply Park land Rijair P9 TOR SALE Solid Duncan Fyfe dining mom with two xlrn iM CiK Abo liitio llnr 1hoiiP pJK iOK jhnilalr Mubile Iniio llix Lot Oil IK Chrysler MUi i 1 hiirnl standard for IJDUM not fit Apply KlKll i pl SA Oats i for ui nlview Seid Pliom S I i nun durum lfr SHlirk and Slkirk Imlk l Neo awa i er and till j 7 i I oiiiucrt ba noun FOR Honda complete with roll bar and sissy Tune and new rear tire installed last fall In excellent For further parti culars write Box Lynn Lake PT each in lots of 1C or each foi eac lor lleef Hides sill wanted at the high price 1 IRANION SCRAP IRON METAL Isl Pacific pS11 FARMS FOR one square section of excellent land for grain o no 560 acres undc about 400 acres summer on paved highway betweei Kohlin and bushel grain More srain and grazing land available in immediate For contact Adam pO11 CARS TRUCKS FOR Beaumont Deluxe 2 door good Phone 0371300 after pO10 KOR SALE GMC 1 ton very good Apply Mike Wer phone 9372768 plO KR rccondition C tires and very good Apply Stella phone pll RENEW YOUR ROBLIN REVIEW SUBSCRIPTION TODAYI FOR ForJ Capri V8 stan dard Meteor Rideau excellent condition 1966 Pontlac Parlsiene 2 roor bucket fully loaded 19C7 Camero 327 iih performance IMS Chevrolet Impnla 4 door VS excellent condi tion Chevrolet 2dooj lardtop VS We sell both and used Contact Sr Rons Texiuo Rales phone ctf WANTED WANTED TO BUY Mobile approximately S x Phone 37138fi n WANTED for forty Apply to Duncan phon or or section of approximately 00 balance in no preferably close to Duck or Uidlng Please for wnird details to River side plO LAND WANTED Sportsman wishes to buy nrpe or suitable for hunting or No Please send d ails and legal description to Box Station HELP WANTED HELP for tire re pairs and Reneral saraKe to be Person for farm naehinery setup and start April Franks Phone 19 driver for bulk pet Applicant should have e experience driving large trucks ind ability to complete sales iioek Salary commensur Ue with Address applicat ions 10 Box The inx ctf ILKL1 WANTED Caretaker for a of buildings in All iave automatic Deities include and minor cleati snow removal In winter mil Kross cutting in Suite Apply to Peoples ctfl TENDERS NOTICE OF GRAVEL TENDER Sealed tenders will be received until local March at the Department of lighways Office at Manitoba or hauling and depositing cubic yards of traffic gravel on various Provincial Roads in the Rural funicipalities of Shell Hills Shellmouth and Boulton in Dis ict S of the Department of High way Contractors may obtain copies of the ender with specifications at the Dau ibin Highways Office at Industrial 1 isl TKI Department of MACHINERY FOR SALE Kirschnian fertilizer nearly Apply Calvin phone pO10 liOK section Ajox hydraulic draw bar and 5 sections of flexible harrows with draw Apply Id Myron pO NOTICE OF GRAVEL TENDER lenders will be received until local lanli at the Department of Jlshwnys Office at Manitoba or hauling and diposltlng cubic yards of traffic gravel on Provincial Roads in the Rural Municipallira of Mossey Law ence and Rose Electoral Division Unorganized Territory in District of the Department of Contractors may obtain copies of the endue with specifications at the Dau iliin Highways Office at Industrial iin Bng T District Deparimenl of NOTICE office optii Tuesday to Friday Receptionist Hours to to Appointments made to see usual or 611 Main North Manitoba Phone 6333723 See us for Styrofoam 1 to The Roblin KOR MD wide front with Inland loader 10 1000 disoer seed box 55 MH live hydraulic Ford stock 92 cult ing chopper Chevrolet 2 box and hoist 12 1200 surflex Super 370 Slcidoo 12 Case 750 itwnilhcr Alfalfa hay 3Se bale ISIS S ton Apply phone P9 HOUSES FOR home in Has 3 one bed room Furnished if Apply Box or phone p9ll FOR One bedroom with Situated on a 50xl20 Electric heat Serviced with water and sewer Newly Newly shingled Large Goad residential Priced for quick One storey Corner Two bed living room and No Sluatcd on 50xl20 Reasonably Real Kslate Brokers Phone 9374473 PROPERTY FOR Lot Section incImlliipT two Apply to Archie phone 0372474 or write Box P910 Business Opportunity irou SALR upholstery business and situated on Muln Street 4Hi Avenue In SI a Contact Modern Uphols phone or write Box pSVl POR with steady annual business grossing yearly Located in 70 miles west of Complete with slock untl equipment livinR Write Bluebird or phone 723 p89 CHURCH SERVICES Of IMVITtD TO WORSHIP AT or YOURCHOICE Anglican Church Sunday Canon A Scrnse Bethel Pentecostal Sunday Plume M72281 Church 11 IaiMni Iaiil Ihone IWiiUliO Free Methodist Sunday Kiitli Church Sunday Ihnne Cnihnllc Sunday Eugene Verhulst Phone 9372570 Ukrainian Catholic Sunday 10 Ihonn 0372173 Ukrainian Orthodox Sunday 10 Phono I372376 tilled Chut oh Sunday mini Phone 9372569 THANKFUL The great economic and material prosperity that most people are presently enjoying in North America should cause us to realize these blessings are from the of Compared with the rest of the we are the richest people that history has ever the spiritual blessings we enjoy in this country are beyond description compared with totalitarian powers where people cannot gather together We have complete freedom to worship accord ing to our while sin abounds the Bible states hat The goodness of God should lead us to The person who repents oif his sin and receives Gods salvation pro vided through the work oif Calvary also enjoys the gifts of courage and Such great are beyond yet they can be Who His only begotten is the of every blessing and we read in Romans He that spared not His own but delivered Him up for us how shall He not with Him freely give us all things are you thankful and enjoying Gods blessings so richly pro vided If you are all can be yours NOW Adults Every Sunday Night at Roblin Gospel Hall Children Friday at ROBLIN LAUNDROMAT AND DRY CLEANING Wash Dry Soft Water Drycleaning 8 for Self Serve SHIPPING NOTICE To Weiller and Williams in Winnipeg via Roblin Truck Service EVERY MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY Contact Phone 9372105 or Roblin WALLY McKENZIE for Roblin Constituency Phone 367 or Inglis Ready To Assist and Serve You At AH Times BINGHAM OPTOMETRIST Upstairs Over Hardware The office at Dauphin will be open all day Monday through to Friday and closed FOR APPOINTMENTS PHONE 6384441 SHIPPING NOTICE LIGHTER Dealers and Shippers of For information on NEXT SHIPPING DATE PHONE 9374448 ROBLIN ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION FOR CATTLE For service call Roblin 9372603 If no answer try Roblin 9374616 Cruikshank EYES EXAMINED BURKE GARNET OPTOMETRIST Russell Manitoba ROBLIN TRUCK SERVICE Bonded and Insured Carriers Serving Roblin and District General Freight Livestock Hobiin Winnipeg Phone 9374670 Manitoba NEWTON Agent Portage Mutual Protfct Your Property With A Reliable Company PHONE 9374473 ROBLIN MANITOBA WEILLER WILLIAMS Roblin Auction fvlart Regular Sale Days Every Thursday Commencing Noon Contact Shiner Phone 9372529 Roblin Agent ED McKAY Phone 9374368 ROBLIN MEMORIAL CHAPEL Funeral Directors Licensed Roblin Phone 9372215 GRANITE AND BRONZE MEMORIALS Members Association SneathStrilchuk Funeral Services Rose Memorial Chapel Manitoba 2nd Avenue Roblin Novelties Ornaments China Wallpaper Paint Congoleum Electric Supplies STEPHENS PAINTS Exterior and Interior CONGOLEUM 9 wide per square yard LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTOR FUNERAL SUPPLIES FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Perth Cleaners Pickup on Tuesdays
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