February 16, 1991. VILLAGE shops in Cornwall will be used as blueprints for stores around the country when the Rural Development Commission appraises their viability and potential. Experts believe there is a swing away from large out-of-town superstores but say the onus is on small store owners to attract customers. Bill Taylor, the Commission's retail advisor in the south, will be visiting outlets in Penwith and Kerrier districts towards the end of this month. "Our study will identify shops where practical retailing advice is most needed so that proprietors can sustain and retain their business," he said. {{COUNTERPOINT }}