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August 27, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 11

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- OTTAWA'S FIRST Open Steinberg's New 'Miracle Mart' Ottawa's first tt.000,000 "Miracle Mart" was launched i last night at an open houst 'attended by more than 1.000 members of tht diplomatic corps' and prominent local citi- . tens. - Mayor Wmtton was assisted in the ribbon-cutting ceremony at Steinberg's Carting Avenue and Woodroffe shopping complex by Sam Steinberg, president: Nathan Steinberg, execu tive vice president, and M a Steinberg, vice president and treasarer. Nathan Steinberg In his remarks said "this Is the ninth Miracle Mart store we have and "it oilers s Chicago IGA Ownership Is Purchased TORONTO (CP) The Canadian operation of the Independ ent Grocers' Alliance of Chi cago has been bought from, the U.S. firm by Its Canadian shareholders m sn .exchange of stock. Value of the transaction was not revealed. Effect of the transaction will be to give ownership of Inde pendent Grocers' Alliance Distributing Co. Ltd. the former Canadian IGA operation to Dshawa Wholesale Ltd.; Bo- lands Ltd., of Halifax; M. Loeb Ltd., of Ottawa; the Codville Co. of Winnipeg; Shop and Save OUT) Ltd.. of Montreal and the H. Y. Louie Co.. of Vancouver. These firms have been IGA suppliers. -. . No cash was Involved in the transaction. - - The Canadian companies are essentially supply firms, . providing goods to Independent grocers banded together under tne iua name. . . ARE YOUR MIGHTS DISTURBED?:: THIN ACT WOWI Araoet the hole artm by URATASS In Km ortgtntl SouttiworUi fofwmk. Vo yrs wnuMnds km inns swle for the mbsfTMMMnt at Blseosr Wmkmm. M eiaeemfort t yottJn- ue ntsritt. ttw n-rrajrine iMckaetM. nS Mi coomponytns mlMrto. VHATABS not only stlmw-'! now hy how comet the wrtutlon lwt tricxra year frequent. campulstTe .asare roc mm, i trs ""m'J triUTABS sre aratteble St your drueslM. Oot a bra of Ms tlmo-lwt4 nllef. Tm aey trootoMnt only M). : Shop at Your : Store TODAY i r W3 V ettooM mi t 1 I 1,111) 1 1 I new concept in retail shopping which we have pioneered. The Miracle Mart Fashion Centre, he said, brings together the fashions of Paris and Milan and London as well as those of Montreal, New York and To ronto under a single roof. The 130.000 square foot de partment store and supermarket (the seventh Steinberg supermarket in the Ottawa-Mull area) took on a mardl-gras-like atmosphere as guests strolled through, the more than 00 Melvyn Dobrln, vice - presi dent and general manager of Steinberg's Miracle Mart Division, told a press pre-view that the colorful decor and floor coverings, with screens and dis plays produced by Steinberg's architectural designers, served to departmentalize the vast one- floor shopping area. Department aanaie every thing from golf-clubs Co gold fish, jewelry to kttcbenwara. The new complex will employ Jet regular and part-time em ployees. Andre Msrcier is man ager of the Miracle Mart and Wes Buckland manager of Stein berg's supermarket the Itith supermarket la the chain. . ' Haselgrova, Lambert Llth-wick and Sim of Ottawa were the architects. - Striking Printers Reject Offer By Publishers . TORONTO (CP) ' Striking printers at Toronto's three daily newspapers Wednesday night , overwhelmingly rejected t k t latest settlement offer from the publishers and decided to continue the search for an "honorable"1 end to the strike, now in Its 49th day... ' The strikers, members of Local (I, International Typographical Union (CLC). voted US to I at a closed meeting to reject the publishers' proposals, turned down a day before by the union's negotiating committee. ' .; In a second motion, adopted unanimously, the printers authorized -the negotiating committee and union counsel David Lewis to continue the search for an ; honorable - settlement with The Globe and Mall, a morning paper and The Star and The -Telegram, evening papers. Voting on both motions was by secret ballot .- i V'- lost somewhere' along the line of nature, and turned up Wednesday on potato plant in Deschenea. Mrs.- Helen Fortln. 2 Notre Dam Street. Des-chenes. found two small but healthy tomatoes growing from a potato plant as the picked spuds out of her garden yesterday. She ssld tt was the most productive plant she ever saw, with, potatoes on the roots and tomatoes on the stems. .. Mrs. Fortln Is the wife of Deschenes Fire Chief Leonard Fortln. The garden Is In her backyard. H.lf nf the world's railways are guveninwiH 2 DAYS ONLY! smx ft i 1 i r. TTTT.T... , -. ' 94 RIDEAU near MOSGROVt . J FINAL - 7, ' r clearout; MEW'S SHOES m ;s Vafim tt) $22 Dresa Shoes, School Shoes, Sports Shoes and Casuals all axe included at this ONE Low Price. All J ARM AN SHOES are Wear-Tested tor your comfort and have exclusive features found in no other shoe. '. '. f , rOptn Friday Till p-m. LLWrnilttl 4 IJDUI so WiCMYl .. . A SfMchT Sale of . . . "Repossissed" Loungi Furnituri Suitable for Curing and Golf Clubt, ToKhert' Common Rooms, Reception Areas, etc II Only, Sweater Set taws with ansa. . . 1 eery, S-Seatar Settee, no arms, black metal ' frames, black fabric seat and turquoise naugahyde back and arms, v II anty, Arm Chairs, metal frame, upholstered ' black fabric seat, black naugahyde backs and " arms. . . - 1 1 only. SO" coffee Tables, ' t oaiy, iTnW Coffee Tables, metal frames . and turquoise arborita tops. ... n triwa ka and ass these i arssssl te sea eattUri (Carpark stamps aMflabteJ BERT KATZ DEAL ESTATE LTD. ' -Annouticea r : " Tht opening of a - . MORTGAGE DEPARE1ENT . V WITH A FULL RANGE OF SERVICES flrtt mortfaf es "' ;" l "v ,- ' Second mortgages - " ' - Residential, Commercial, Industrial Motels, Hotels, Apt' Buildup . Tempprar firtancln( Mortgfages bought and sold i This aew department Is under the ttarwgemeat of Mr. George Freed whs feat fead many years of axpertenee bt the, mortgage field , .". so V yoa are Interested m vbtammg a mortgage, buying or selling one or arranging a temporary baOders loasr pteasecsa . , , .j : - -'; ' :. '236-9183.;"" '. " ' !.?:; ; and ask for Mr. Freed A ' v till parks St. at O'Connor 1sBwBSBmxma .4, - tjjm lul Mahs sw Hua - v ; . v v w v v v- ,1 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL li THURSDAY. AUGUST 27. 19M For Gardener Who Has I : - . r Vky 1 I fl-V'- - Jon.-" AT MIRACLE MART OPENING Sun Steinberg, president of Steinberg's Limited, flanked by Melvyn Dobrln, vice-president and general manager, and . Jack Levine, vice-president Ontario Division, are shown during the press preview of the company' Ninth Miracle Mart store opened at Carting Avenue and Woodroffe yesterday. In the background la the spacious Miracle Mart fashion -centre. Uounul Pboto bjr Dominion Wm)) Everything Two littW tomato - thabest Try them yourself i an Rothmans King Size rea . t a (i -"'.-"y.-t4 . &youilagm:W ily satisfies! i I 1 ..:::.::.. ' .411111 pimm I ' ; h . ij- '- , 'yjfjssju& muMtmmmnnim!-1)' X-fiothmam TMwCw .'"; V . ;." vv . '.;:?-iwom ,

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