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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD Wednesday, October 28, 1970 GEORGE MIHALIK IGA Manager EUGENE CHOLLAK Assistant Manager HAROLD DEAL Meat Manager RITA BATTY Produce Manageress TED VAN DER IIENGEL Bakcrj' Manager IGA Opens In Centre Village Mall Thursday Refreshing New Image For Food Store Mihalik's, a name long-known to Lethbridge food shoppers, takes on a refreshing new im- age this week with the opening cf the Itirge, modern IGA Food in the Centre Village JI-H on ISth Street N. Opening ceremonies will take on Thursday morning at 9 o'clock in front of the enclos- entrance to the store. T'A is located on the west tlto cf the CEntre Village park- ir." lc'. On hand to greet customers to I .a new IGA Food Mart will bi Manager Gsorge (Blondie) and his entire staff tlia o'd store on 13th N. which is now closed. Assisting Mr. Mihalik at the new Centre Village store is as- s: s t a n t manager Eugsne CoTIak, meat manager Harold Deal, bakery manager Ted Van Der Hengel, and pro- duce manageress Rita Batty. Shoppers will find the big, bright new IGA Food Mart is stocked with a tremendous as- sortment of foods to suit all tastes and budgets. Everything in the store is brand new. Noth- ing has been carried over from the old store except the friend- ly service for which IGA is famous throughout Alberta. The new IGA 'Food Mart covers more than one half I In planning the new IGA, the company has introduced sever- al new features to add to shop- ping convenience. High on the list is the new instore bakery- one of the first of its kind in Lethbridge which produces freshly baked bread, cakes and other sweet goods right on the premises. Birthday and party sakes can be decorated while the customer waits. A delicatessen service count- er stocks a mouth watering It offers shoppers greatly enlarged se- lections uf nackaped foods, baked goods. 'Table Rite' meats selection of bulk cole potato salad, meat pies, sour cream and other fresh dairy products. In the meat department, shoppers can watch the six IGA butchers at work behind a picture window in the cutting room wall. A 50 foot refrigerated meat case displays a wide selection of precut and wrapped meats or customers can have their meat order cut while they wait if they wish. The meat de- partment also cuts and wraps walk in storage rooms which are temperature and humidity controlled to preserve fresh- ness and flavor. Several special sections in the new IGA Food Mart fea- ture such things as health anc weight control foods, ethnic foods and party foods. To speed up service at the check out counters IGA em- ploys seven Speed Eze rotary checkouts with scales next to the cash registers for weighing bulk fruit and vegetables. Rothman Tobacco shoppers and 'Tablefresh' produce. The hot barbequed chicken, turkey aisles are wide and distinctive and rlbs for take out aisle signs and color keyed L The 3S refrigerated case contains 37 vari- decor make shopping easy and eties of packaged cheeses, convenient. 'cream cheese, cottage cheese, freezer orders to customers' requirements. Behind the scenes are large' shuttle cars will be on 'hand bage rolls, beef and summer, refrigerated meat h a n g ing Thursday and Frida; to assist sausage, imported cheeses and [rooms where the meat is kept senior citizens and others with- until cut. Fresh fruit and vege- out transportation with their tables are stored in large grocery orders. en Ijatk SEE OUR FULL LINE OF Village Bath Products Counselor Scales Bathette by Lee Rowan Fieldcrest Towels Style Built Accessories H. M. Goby Hampers Marly Soaps. 3 Day Special Oct. 29-30-31 VINYL SEE-THROUGH SHOWER CURTAINS All colors. Regular 14.95. 3 day Special, only...... n wotaw I CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 327-1323 IGA CHECK-OUT SPACE PLENTIFUL Bazaar For Chanty A community wide charity I bazaar to raise funds for Christmas gifts for less fortu- nate Lethbridge families and senior citizens, is to be held on Saturday, Nov. 7, in the en- closed mall of the new Centre Village shopping centre on 13th St. N. Organizations taking part in the day long charity sale in elude Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization; Lethbridge Society for Meals on Wheels; Kappa Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi; Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E; Dr. F. H. Mewburn O.B.E., Chapter, I.O.D.E.; Lethbridge Commun- ity College Faculty Wives Assn.; Faith Eebekah Lodge No. 93; Laurel Chapter No. 43, Order of .Eastern Star; Leth- bridge Y.W.C.A. and the Ladies Auxiliary to the Re- habilitation Centre for the Handicapped. Other organizations interest- ed should telephone A. T. Can- nelly, the Centre Village Mall manager, at 328-8835, not later than Saturday, Oct. 31. SHOPPING HOURS Shopping hours of the new Centre Village' -Mall are from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., with night shopping to 9 o'clock on Thurs- days and Fridays. The stores :Iose at 1 o'clock on Wednesday Custom Work Featured Shoppers who have difficulty finding someone lo do dress- making and alterations, or to keep hubby's wardrobe in re- pair, should try Suriano's La- dies' and Gentlemen's Tailors and Alterations in the new entre Village Mall on 13th Street N. This little shop, in the south mall between Cunn ing ham Drags and the Shfms Station, ery and Book Store, also does invisible mending and custom tailoring. Eocco Suriano, the owner, is a graduate of the Capparilli School of Tailoring in Naples and has been in the tailoring profession all his life. He spe- cializes on custom tailoring, re- styling men's suits, relining and alterations. Mrs. Antoinette ROM, his as- sistant, is a qualified dress- maker. She personally does the dressmaking, fitting and altera- tions on the ladies garments. Use Buses Shoppers will find it con- venient to shop at the new Centre Village Mall by bus. Number 4 and 5 buses south- bound stop at the 13th St. N. entrance to the shopping cen- tre while Nos. 5 and 4A buses stop on their northbound run. Passengers on other routes should transfer to a number 4A or 5 bus. All work is done on the premis- o'clock on Thursday and Friday en, inducing too invisible nights and special attention is mending. Suriano's is open until 9 j customers. given to work for out of town Enjoy A Devlish Good Drink Made From Fresh Oranges in CENTRE VILLAGE MALL for a premium Hot Dog Choose one of the three popular Dogs at Jullui Mongrel Dog Pickle Pooch Chili Dog A Meal in a Now 2 Locations To Serve You Centre Village. Moll College Shopping Mall Welcome! Best Wishes for Success to Our New Neighbors in CENTRE VILLAGE MALL IGA FOOD MART SHAN'S STATIONERY DOREEN'S BOUTIQUE RENAISSANCE IMPORTS SURIANO'S TAILORS ALTERATIONS ARTHUR KIRR, Manager Centre Village Mall Branch We like to look after you at the ROYAL HOURS OF BUSINESS: Monday to Wednesday o.m. to p.m. Thursday o.m. to p.m. Friday a.m. to p.m. Announcing the Opening of CENTRE VILLAGE MALL 13th Street and 2nd Avenue 'A' North Formerly Doreen's Beauty Salon and Wigs of High" Foshion Next to Capitol Thealre 'Hut.' All Credit Cards Accepted Donna Berfch Receptionist FEATURING DOREEN FILGAS OWNER or -raskion HUMAN HAIR AND SYNTHETIC WIGS Reid-Meredith Ladies' and Men's Wigs Toupees and Hair Pieces FOR WIG SERVICE PHONE 323-2843 4 Stylists to Serve You No Appointment Necessary OPENING SPECIAL SHAMPOO AND SET .25 Thursday Friday Saturday PHONE 327-3494 CLOSED MONDAY w Mary Ann Shiels Sandra Wittig Jjviaai wear BRIDESMAID'S GOWNS JH aaic osmetics They are luxurious to the touch llieir soft colors and fresh fragrances make them a de- light lo use. Four relalively easy steps lo lovely skin BOUTIQUE HOURS Cleansing Conditioning Lubricating and Protecting Open' am> lo 6 p'm- Mon-Tues- Hi a'm' P'm' and Friday ;