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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Renaissance Imports Opens New Shop Thursday Shoppers in s e a r c H of pic- tures to add a decorative.touch to Ml otherwise bare wall will find just what they are look- ing for at tile new Renaissance Imports shop which opens this Thursday in the Centre Village Mall on 13th Street N. in Leth- bridge. Renaissance Imports spe- cializes in imported, quality reproductions of "Old Masters" paintings. The pictures are re- produced on canvass and are beautifully framed and very reasonably priced. The opening collection in- cludes reproductions of favor- ite .paintings by such well known Old World artists .as Renoir, Da Vinci, Rembrandt, Gainsborough, Vermeer and others, Reproduction! m- popu- lar modem artists are also available, framed in keeping with modern decor. A visit to this interesting shop will also prove worthwhile and time saving for those in search of a gift or decorative item for the home. Renais- sance Imports is displaying a variety of imported ceramic pieces, including some attrac- tive miniature plaques, from Germany, Italy, France aind England. The ceramics, like the paintings, are also very reasonably priced. Renaissance .Imports is op- erated by the husband and wife team of Marcel and Ruth Maheu, both of whom are well known in Southern Alberta. Mr. Coming Events THURSDAY, OCT. 29. 9 a.m. Start of 3-day Second Grand Opening of Centre Vfflags Mall. Featuring new IGA Food Mart, Shah's Stationery and Books, D o r e e n's Boutique and Hi-Fashion Wigs, Renaissance Imports, and Suriano's Ladies' and Gentlemen's Tai- loring and Altera- tions. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31: 2 Draw for Centre Vil- lage third "VVeekend in Calgary" trip for two. 3 p.m. Halloween Costume Parade. Children 5 to 9 years of age. Prizes for most original cos- tumes in each age group. 4 p.m. Draw for Art Wil- liams Travel trip to NHL hockey game in Vancouver. SATURDAY, NOV. 7: 9 a.m. Charity Bazaar in the Mall. Home bak- ing, embroidery, handicrafts and other hand made gifts by local women's groups. 2 p.m. Draw for Centre Vil- lage Mall grand open- ing prize. CP Air trip for two to Hawaii, plus holiday mon- ey from Centre Vil- lage Merchants As- sociation. THURSDAY, NOV. 12: Christmas comes to Centre Village Mall. SATURDAY, NOV. 14: Draw for IGA trip for two via Air. Canada to NFL '70 Grey Cup. Also draws for front and hind of beef. Watch The Herald each week for announcer.iiiits of new com- ing events at Centre Village Street Lethbridge. Maheu was for many years with Calgary Power and wai manager of the Picture area office before betag trans- ferred to Calgary. Mrs. Maheu is the former Ruth Irwin of Barons. The Mahcus returned to Lethbridge earlier this spring. Their youngest daughter, Hel- ene, attends Winston Churchill High School and will be assist- ing" in the new Centre Village art shop. Her elder sister, Bar- in her third year at U of C. Mr. Maheu is a mem- ber of Green Acres Kiwanis Club. To assist homeowners in making a choice of pictures, Mr. and Mrs. Maheu will be pleased to bring a selection of their paintings out to the home without obligation of any kind. Renaissance Imports tele- phone number is' 328-8412. After hours, the number to call is 327-8714. Complete Centre All stores in the new Centre Village Mall were hand-picked by the developers to provide a complete, well rounded shop- ping service to the community. Shoppers have a choice of two department stores, dress shopSj family clothing, men's wear, footwear, furniture, home furnishings, drugs, cosmetics, beauty salon, jewellery, gifts, stationery and books, restau- rants, an auto service centre and a bank. Jhe ne nner CANDLES AND GIFTS OF HAND-CRAFTED DISTINCTION Dave and Colleen Slovak are hoppy to announce the opening of the Cinnamon Cinder on the Mall of the Centra Village. The Cinnamon Cinder is 'the' place for unique and differ- ent gifts candles, hand-crafted mosaic glass candle light fixtures and accessories. Dave and Colleen Slovqck The Cinnamon Cinder CENTRE VILLAGE MALL Octobtr 21, 1970 THE 1ETHIRIDCE HEKALD 7 BAKERY GOODS FEATURE AT IGA Different Routes To Centre Village Out of town motorists coming into Lethbridge to shop at the new Centre Village Mall can escape downtown traffic by taking alternate routes. The shopping centre is on 2nd A Ave., between 9th St. and 13th St. just north of the CPR underpass. Cars driving in from the west on Highway 3 should fol- low the 5th Ave. N. bypass from the river bottom to 9th St., then turn right and drive south to 2nd A Ave. Traffic from the south and east coming in on Highways 3, 4 and 5 should continue on Mayor Magrath Dr., across the tracks to 5th Ave. N, turn left and go west to lath St., Then left down 13th St. to 2nd A Ave. Offered In Prizes Shoppers still time to ww the more than in and trips Ming oftefd by the new Centre Village op 13th Street N. Entry forms tor the grand opening prize a trip for two to Hawaii plus cash in holiday money are available from all stores In the shopping mall. The same entry tone entitles (hoppers to participate io the draw for a weekend for two in Calgary. Winners of the first two Calgary weekend trips were Mrs. William Perkins of 1601 13th Avenue S., and Mrs. A. L. Dorigatti, 1602 3rd Avo. N'. The draw for next Cal- gary trip will be made at 2 o'clock this Saturday. Entries for the grand prize trip to Hawaii close at 6 o'clock next Saturday. The drawing will be made in the mall on Saturday, one week later. Announcing Suriano's Ladies' and Men's Tailor Alteration Shop Centre Village Mall MR. ROCCO SURIANO MRS. ANTOINETTE ROSS Expert Repairs and Alterations on men's and ladies' coats, suits, dresses Invisible Mending at reasonable prices Dressmaking Custom Tailoring Give us a trial Phone 328-2532 SURIANO'S Centre Village Mall Ruth and Marcel Maheu, Proprietors Announce the RUTH MAHEU Van Anlum lennet Boucher Cbnaletto Constable Dawson Devis Gainsborough Heywood Knell Lancret Lawrenca Milloij Pater Rembrandt Velde Da Vinci Renoir Turner Reynojds -of- RENAISSANCE IMPORTS IN CENTRE VILLAGE MALL Importers Of Fine "OLD MASTERS" Reproductions We cordially invite you to come and see our tremendous variety of famous "Old Mpsters" Reproductions on canvas beautifully framed at very reasonable prices. 3-DAY OPENING SPECIAL! One of Our Fine Attractive Imported CUSHION COVERS FREE WITH EACH PURCHASE WORTH THIS THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY ONLY SEE, TOO, OUR IMPORTED CERAMICS and HOME DECOR ITEMS. RENAISSANCE IMPORTS MARCEL MAHEU Boden Barione Clayton Griffin Hobboma Kaci Leader Le Biun MacCulum Paredes Redmare Reekie Shaw Shayer Souter Stubbs Thors Vermectr Zuccarelll CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-8412 RES. 328-8714 Grand Opening Wig Specials 3 DAYS ONLY THURS., FRI., SAT., OCTOBER 29th, 30th and 31st Open Late Thursday and Friday Wish 'n Wnr Wigs 19'5 Three Popular Styles GINA CINDY REVERSIBLE FALLS Regular Value 39.95 Special Pixie and Greek Boy Regular 39.95. Including Brush and Spray Special 24 Stunning Shades in each Plus Many Others all at our Grand Opening Specials Hundreds to Choose From 29 .95 FREE Grand Opening Package Deal Reg. Value 53.30 Wig Box Head Tee Pins Wig Holder Wig Brush Suction Stand All for 39 .95 With your choice of three new styles in the best in easy care wigs. Wig Fall Partee Headquarters for Professional Wig Service Open 6 Days A Week Plus Thursday and Friday Nights Phone 328-2843 WIGS OF HI FASHION CENTRE VILLAGE MALL All the Newest Styles ;