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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1M IRMMMf HMUIO First director of institute WINNIPEG (CP) Victor Martens, MoreUry dlrednr of admlntotratloo for the Cana- dian Grain Commission, will IM the first director of the new Ca- nadian Graini Institute, it w ai aDDOimced today. The amounoement by the in- stitute's provisional board of directors said Mr. Marian, 51, will be responsible for organiza- tion, selection and development of an Instructional program. The Institute, to occupy premises In the new Canadian Grain Commission building due [or completion In downtown Winnipeg [hit fall, wfll give in- struction In all aspects of the grain Industry, Family plans to sett home over icater service issue TORONTO (CP) A fam- ily Owt to bMn wittwut tervice since moving Into t new house In Toronto last July hM decided to sell It rather than pay 1820 to have the pipe in the water. John Piatka paid for the houK, but aays told Hi lawyer to hold beck (2.000 when agoing the acceptance papers with the house builder M secwfty for uutaliation of the water aervioe. But the money waa not held back, and the builder's cheque to the city to cover the costs of the water hookup wtt re- turned by the bask. Mr. wed i gar- den hose during the summer to get water from a neigh- bor's house and finee ttw freeze-up he has carried buck- eta from a house down the street. The city has refused to In- stall water service until some- one pays it for the job. Mr Piatka Mid in an Inter- view today he put the houw up for sale last week because to wa tired of the frustra- tion. "This whole thing ought to be worked cut between the dty and the he said have nothing to do with it." MflRfl'NJO WORLD OF SHOES CELEBRATES WITH A HAPPY NEW YEAR SALE A SELECTION OF SHOES Broken lints and sins. Reg. to 25.00. NOW SPECIAL SELECTION OF Winter Fashion Boots 9" NOW OF BALANCE OF WINTER BOOTS NOW 20 OFF SPECIAL SELECTION OF HANDBAGS NOW PRICE HANDBAGS 20% off SKOAL SELECTION OF SUEDES-LEATHERS-COLMS 19" SELECTION OF SHOES PAW WORLD OF SHOES 317A 6th STREET SOUTH Open. Thursday and Friday till 9 p.m. Hurtig sells firm EDMONTON (CP) M. G. Hurtig BoobeUen Ltd., MM of the retailed of book) In Canada, has been sold to Barry Smith and Sons Ltd., a Van- couver book wholesaler. The sale for M utdfadoied amour: WM Moounoad today. The firm'i Edronion outlets change bands at the end of January but will retain the Hurtig name and management. Mel Hurtig went into the book business a years ego with andaootquarefeetof office space. The business ex- pawled rapidly and he used it is a springboard into publish- ing In IMS. He said Ha decision to sell was based on the Increasing amount of time demanded by ils publishing business and on the large amount of capital required to run the bookstores. Police recover missing painting TORONTO (CP) Police lave recovered a paint- mg reported missing from Cali, Colombia, after the Pan-Ameri- can Games in the South Ameri- can city last summer, Police said the painting was recovered Mondey following an anonymous telephone call to UK Colombian consulate here. It WBB found ta the home of MM of the members of the Canadian MS its MS Sit MS HI MS MS- MS ft B :tS MS MJ Ml JANUARY CLEARANCE tts STOCK UP ON CLOTHES AND ACCESSORIES FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN! M: MI :tt Ladies' Dusters Asiorted, and colon In broken ilu S10 The painting WM out from a frame in a Call hotel. Police i wen told a member of the Canadian Pan-Am teem foral it rolled up ta a corridor at the Jnlvenlty where Hie team was billeted during games. The contestant brought H nine witfi him. Ko charges I laid. JAIL CLOSED ABBIATEGBASSO, Italy AP) Police dosed the local jail because it lacked sanitary acuities, and ruled the jail's two prisoners can be tried later. PANCAKE HOUSE 3 DAY SPECIALS! Breakfast and FR PANCAKES MS MS MS m Ladies' Pullovers Good selection of pullover sweaters and blouse ff B stylet. Siiei S.M.L. Ladies' Junior Dresses Choose from a wide of styles and fabrics. Sizei i to 15. S15 MS MS ladies' Suits Cood selection of two and three piece suits. Misses' and Ladies' half sizes, i SI 8 MS :ts Ladies' Hot Pants Many styles ta choose from In bonded orlon, flJ7 Sizes 7 to 15. I Ladies' Hot Pants Assorted styles and fabrics. Siiei S.M.L. S15 Teens' Skirts An assortment of regular and bib style ikrrts. Variety of colors. Silts 10 to MX. j Teens' Skirls Assorted styles and fabrics In plain and plaid designs. Sizei 10 to 14x. Teens' Dresses Several styles to choose from. Bonded acrylic fabric. Plaid de- sign. Sizes 10 to U S7 Teens' Coats Good asBOrtmenf of casual styles. Sizei 10 ta 1' S25 Girls' Sweaters An assortment of cardigans and pullovers. Sizes 8 to 14. S4 Girls' Winter Coats Assorted styles and colon. Wool or corduroy fabric to choose from. 4 PJ 7 to 14. I D MS: ttS Children's Winter Coats Wide variety of styles to choose from. (TIC Sizes 4 to ox. I W Infants and Toddlers Socks Aborted stylos In sizes 4 to and S 19 MS MS 4, SI Girls' Socks Assorted colon In sizes 4Vt to 514 and 6 to VA. Jtt III L37 Ladies' Scarves 100% acrylic. Woven and rib knit. Assorted colors. JANUARY SAVINGS FOR THE FAMILY! H: Ladies' Skirts StS Many 11 y 11 to choose from. ffO Sites 10 to II. ___________________ Ladies' Slims 100% arnel and flannelette. I? SIZM 10 to 20. 55 H; Ladies'Coan MS Assorted styles and MS- fabrla. Sizes 8 to 16. THURSDAY, JAN. irii p.m. and ta p.m. FISH AND CHIPS 3 PIECES OF RSH CHILI CON CARNE ON TOAST FRIDAY, JAN. 7th a.m. la 2 p.m. and 5 to p.m. Prime Burger Sandwich or Piggies in a Blanket 1.09 Ladies' Pant Coats Fantastic selection including duffle, afro print and denim ttS 'tyles. Sizes 7 to (TOE JJJ 18 and S.M.L SitSD :ts Ladies' Pant Coals Melton with quilt lining. Sizes 9 to 15. SI 5 Ladies' Half Size Coats PANCAKE HOUSE Villaje Mall :ts :ts 'm :t: Wool fabric with fur collar. Colon of Black and Brown. S59 Knitted Acrylic Scarves MS Hs M! Assarted itylti and colon to choose from. 51 Ladies' Ofalong Scarves Wool and 100% acrylic fab- ric. Assorted patterns f and colors. J Ladies' Scarves An assortment of pleated In solid and printed designs. A far ITS MSj Girls' Hot Pants Assorted styles, colors and fab- rics to make your from. 54 Girls' Pant Suits Good selection of assorted pant suits. Sizes 7 to TX. S10 Girls' Pants Good selection of srytos to choose from. Sizei 7 to JJQ Girls' Slims Bonded acrylic and polyester. Plain or plaid designs in assort- ed colors. ffO Sizes 6 ta 14. Misses' Leather Vests le leather. S10 Patchwork suede leather. Sizes S.M.L. Open Dally Girls' Coats n-ted S10 a.m. le 6 p.m.; Thundoy and Friday o.m. to 9 p.m. Wool fabric. Assorted styles and colors. Sizei 7 to 12. Ladies' Winter Gloves Four styles to from. Nylon end crinkle patent wet look. One size. it MSI Ladies' Gloves Crinkle patent wet look. Sizes S.M.L. 52 Ladies' Winter Gloves Two styles to choose from In a nylon stretch fabric. Two sizes In Black i i and Brown. Ladies' and Junior Fur Pile Hats Fur pile fabric with a quilled lining. ffO One size. Children's and Girls' Hats Asiorttd stylts and colors. Children's and girls' slzii. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;