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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, July 14, 1973. Caution against pickpockets City police plan Whoop-Up Days strategy City police will be busy dur- ing Whoop-Up Days to assist fairgoers in keeping their whooping up safe, enjoyable and within the law. Constables will be out on the streets at 8 a.m. Monday morn- ing to make sure the parade route is clear. Drivers are ad- vised to be sure they don't park in marked areas. Cars found on the parade route after 8 a.m. will be ticketed and towed away. Police will also assist in keeping traffic moving at main intersections. Headquarters for the police at the fairgrounds will be lo- cated at the west entrance of the exhibition pavujon. Radio and telephone contact will be maintained with the city sta- tion. Inspector Bill West will be in charge of police activity on the grounds. On patrol in and around the grounds will be three horse- mounted constables, a consta- ble on a motorcycle and six constables on foot patrolling the area. Other policemen will be on duty in the beer garden and in the casino. Policing of the beer garden Sewing Mode As Simpl as ABC With The Fabulous BERNINA Nothing comes close to it. See our display at the Exhibition ask for a FREE demonstration BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-4536 wfll run from noon to midnight, with one man during slack per- iods and two during rush per- iods. One constable wiH be on duty at the casino starting at 2 p.m. A second wiH be on duty from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. and during rush periods. Two plainckrthes detectives wiQ be observing both the mid- way and the casino to ensure the honesty of the games. Hie police will also probably find a large' number of lost children, and will try to con- tact their parents loudspeaker system set up throughout'the grounds. Fairgoers should watch their wallets, urges Sgt Keith line of the police department. Large amounts of monev should not be carried in billfolds, hut concealed m other rockets. Drivers are reminded to park only in approved areps. Can parked improperly on or near the fairgrounds win be eted. for The Lethbridge Jaycees will be giving away this year in the Whoop-Up Days Bar of Gold drawing. The grand prize wiH be drawn for Saturday at 11 p.m. by JoAnn Christie, the Bar of Gold Queen. One hun- dred dollars will be given away Monday in the "early bod" "draw, and another a night will be drawn for Tuesday through Saturday. Tickets are available from Jaycee members and at stores throughout Southern Alberta. Tickets can also be purchased at the Jaycees booth at the fairgrounds. Herb's suggest that you "GO WESTERN" to Whoop-Up Days in Lethbridge Phone first Persons planning on doing any shopping or other business in Lethbridge Monday morning, during the Whoop-Up Days par- ade, should phone first the business may be closed. While some merchants and other businessmen wifi be open all day Monday, a survey shows some will be closed all day Monday, some will be closed Monday morning only while others will be closed only during the time the parade passes their area. Some will open in the morning, close during the par- ade, and reopen after the parade passes. Downtown banks have agreed to not .open until noon. WE CARRY OVER 8000 PAIRS OF JEANS and CASUALS by such famous makers m IK, tEVIS, KARMAN, and AMERICAN WRANGLER. WESTERN BOOTS by Tony Lama, Justin, Texas, Bighorn, Cowtown and Dan Post WESTERN SHIRTS by Tem-Tex, Kormon, ond Miller. WESTERN STRAW AND FELT HATS by Bailey, Resistol, Stetson and American Hat. WESTERN SUITS AND SPORT JACKETS by Prince Clothing THE LARGEST SELECTION OF WESTERN WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA WESTERN WB1B 308-5th Street S. Phone 328-4726 TO WHOOP-UP DAYS enjoy yourself requirement LEATHER GOODS SPECIAL! IULY 21st CLOSING ;