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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta .My 24, 1973 THE UTHBRIOGf HIRAID 13 GALT MUSEUM Concluded from Page 2 An eariy art display is be- ing planned for the audiotr- ium at one end at the halL Ite museum is spending a few hundred dollars on ap- propriate framing. Of the museum's 45 rooms, 22 on the second and third floor arg used for displays and the rest for storage and administration. The basement has 11 rooms used for storage- of hundreds of items. Among the items in base- ment storage are: sewing chines, books, newspaper ac- counts of the Second World War, heavy furniture like an organ, heavy equipment like stoves and washers, book- cases and chairs galore, com- mumcatkbs equipment, tac and saddlery, tools, games, canes, umbrellas, rockers, beds, clothing, small house- hold item? and many mis- cellaneous small items. The items in the museum do not form the entire col- lection either. About worQi of items are on dis- play in Fort Whoop-Up. At one time the museum ac- cepted everything anybody offered, says Mr. Elliott, but now it takes only what it can effectively use and what it wants and needs. The museum has accepted 190 artifacts since the first of the year. Any donations in the areas of. Indians and furs would heb> the museum con- siderably, he said. Between 30 and 60 persons a week visit the museum in the off season and 150 and ISO a week during UK summer. Group tours Conducted group tours are provided if requested prior to visiting the museum. There is no admission charge for school children and their es- corts if they book in advance. The is open during the summer from 10 a.m. to p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday; 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday; 2 to 5 pjn. Sunday. Admission fee is 50 cents. Children below the age of 12 are admitted free if accom- panied by a guardian. P.O. BOX 357 COUTTS HWY-, UETHMIDGE PHONE 328-9671 CUSTOM SEMBt COLUECTION, PROCESSING, FREEZING AND DISTRIBUTION available for all breeds of cattle. NOftMANDE The in North America CONQUEROR Vial A full lino of ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION EQUIPMENT Smelly, Rusty Hard Water? CuKgcm water vp yovr woter HOA wondtrM Call 327-7867 and say Culligan Water Condirtoning (LETHBMDGE) LTD. WA MniiMB i AW ifjofin nmyvf mofioin Big Capacity...Clean Grain THE GLEANER COMBINE STORY FOR 50 YEARS In 1923, the first Gleaner combine moved into the field and revolutionized harvesting. In 1973, the Model L and the Model M continue the Gleaner combine traditions of big capacity, dependability, accessibility and ease of operation. Both give you sure-feed system wth down-front cylinder, two- stage seporaton. two-fan cleaning and center-line Move up to a Gleaner F or K from Allis-Chalmers. Let us show you whot 50 years of experience can do for your harvest. NEW COMBINES AVAHABLE: GLEANER MODEL L 9 GLEANER MODEL M GLEANER MODEL G GLEANER MODEL F USED COMBINES AVAILABLE 2-Massey 5HXs (1 diesel) 1-J.D. 105 1-J.D. 95 2-J.D. 1-Versatile 42 1-M.H. 80 .2-M.H. 90 3-M.H. 92 1-M.H. 27 1 Cockshurt 428 WE ALSO HAVE A SUPPLY OF NEW 10 FT. AND 12 FT. RENN PICKUPS SUPER SALES AND SERVICE LTD. AUIS CHALMERS FARM EQUIPMENT 32t-t9S2 UEIHMHDGfc AITA. 214 31St St. N. PARIS CHAUXCTS We're gonna open your eyes! ;