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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 LETHBRIDGE May 1974 'Townspeople' add life to early village replica TRY OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT FOR SPECIAL LIMITED TIME ONLY THE ONE BEST WATCH FOR THE ONE BEST DEAL IN JUNE Come take advantage of these low Come in and meet our new service listen better and Call Appointment today Craven. Service Miniger 223-3537 B.C. Heritage Village is a reproduction of a small British Columbia town of the early 1900s. Since it was built three years it has only been a faithful a collection of furniture and artifacts. This 10 young people will try and bring some life to the village. They will act as on the five- acre location. The secretary of state has tentatively approved a Opportunities for Youth grant to cover week salaries. The group needs at least more for a photography studio and a bi-weekly newspaper. Dave one of the project said in a recent interview money may be raised from other groups. really be in he said. like acting and this will give you the experience of playing the same role regularly. It'll be our not a short and it will add that real element to the village.'' Tony executive director of the Century Park Museum Association The Nook KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS AND ACCESSORIES BRIDGE CITY CABINETS LTD. 425-13th St. N. Alberta Joe Parsons President Phone 329-0700 WESTMINSTER SHOPPING PLAZA which operates the village for Burnaby said he believes the will greatly increase visitor interest. is something we're very excited said Mr. Scott. hope to bring life to the He said he would like to see the group run a typeset and print a work in the village en- clerk and just generally go about their business. Project worker Garnett Wiens said the group is bursting with ideas. every two weeks we'd like to put out a small he said. could give a resume on each person involved in the say what's happening at Heritage Village and cover small- town gossip and the But the main holdup to projects like the photography studio will be money. I want to set up a photographer's shop and take portraits for 50 cents with a magnesium flash and old hooded said Mr. Nogo. we can't afford it without more money. We're going to apply to local but mostly we're hoping. At the we'll need Mr. Scott said the association plans more changes for the village. Already the architects who originally designed the vil- lage as Burnaby's Centennial have drawn up a master expansion plan that includes a town new a hotel and a lumber mill. Silage good food EDMONTON Alberta farmers should consider silage in the face of a shortage of quality forage and roughage again this Jerome animal nutritionist with the department of agriculture said this week. Mr. Martin said making silage instead of hay lessens the chance of quality loss due to harvesting difficulty. DAVE NOGO COLD Al RE EVAPORATIVE CAB COOLER Tank-Down Model The FIELD-PROVEN Tank Down Model Cab Cooler Water tanks and pump installed wherever desired 72 gallon water capacity 9 inches tall 30 inches wide The 1000 cu. ft. per minute air flow coming into the cab will reduce inside air temperature 10 to 30 depending on the area and out- side temperature. AVAILABLE NOW AT... OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 236-36 St. North Phone 327-1571 DAVIS ENTERPRISES We Pay the Higher lor METAL-CAST RADIATORS-COPPER-BRASS-ETC. ALBERTA STEEL PRODUCTS Division ol Davis Industries Ltd. in New Structural Flats and Pipes Both Businesses Located at 1505 2nd Ave. S.. Lethbridge Phone 327-4035 or 327-6261 ;