Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
frlday, July 23, 1971 THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID 17 FAIR SECURITY From lefl to right, Constable John Hunt on motorcycle patrol; Const. Robert Weir one af the ,hree constables on mounted patrol; Const. Joe Schenk patrolling the midway with York, the city-owned' pohce dog- two firefighters and a pumper truck on duty 24 hours a day ot the small fire hall behind the grandstand. All police constables remain in constant rad.o contact with the exhibition sub-station. Police and fire sub-siations are in constant contact with their headquarters by radio and telephone. Girlie show really quite through which one enters the Olal, girlie show, hoping their minis- It is to say the least, discon- ter or parents don't see them, when up the steps walks a lady By P.OB TUHNER Staff Writer certing! Everybody is standing in a j wit big circle around the trailer I ith a baby. 'Who's A few minutes later, when the six strippers appearing locally at Whoop-Up Days make their pre prcformance parade, you discover she is one of them. Not only that, as it turns out. The gals Renee Roberts, Michelle Michaels, Petal Moore, Sandra Douglas a drag but Crystal Star from Miami turns out to be the most pop- ular. "Step right up, folks. This is the hottest burlesque show we're allowed to present any- the announcer says. (Obviously, the guy missed 'Frisco.) "Girls, bring your bashful boy friends. Guys, bring your broad minded girls and come right in." "But remember, we don't any ladies running out of ere with their hands over their eads, yelling 'they're really onna take it off.'" The show itself was really uite a drag. Someday when elevision catches up with the est of us, they ought to show Burlesque in the same "camp' vay that Batman and Robin nade it back for a while. The music is canned and oc ;asionally the record playe: kips, adding a minute onto thi ancer's routine. The girls originate from al mints around the compass will 3issy hailing from Montreal Vficheil. "the youngest strippe n burlesque" coming from Miami and Petal straight from Trinidad. Their routines on stage are all pretty well alike. They each start with some clothes on and up with none almost, on. In the end you come away with an empty sort of a feeling, knowing that only a caricature of the real thing had been pre- sented. You think of May, June and July and wonder, where have all the flowers gone? Condition good A five-year-old Lethbridge girl remains in fairly good con- dition this morning in Leth- bridge Municipal Hospital with a broken leg and multiple cuts following a bicycle and motor- cycle collision Wednesday. Catherine A. Martin, 5. daughter of Mr. and f.lrs. Dale Martin, 2105 loth Avc. A S.( was in collision with a motor- cycle driven by Duane Allen Kenly, 15, 2121 10th Ave A S. Break-in The Union 7S Service Station, 3rd Avc. and B'.h St. S.. was broken into shortly after 2 a.m. Friday. Nothing was reported stolen. Entry was gained through a rear window. The break-in was discovered by a constable while ho was walking his beat. Saturday is the final day of in Lethbridge FOUNDED IN 1840 The World's Leading International Beer the world's leading international beer THE CARtING BREWERIES (ALBERTA) LIMITED CHUCKWAGON AND RODEO BEER GARDEN THOMAS SHOWS MIDWAY Open daily from 12 noon Taber Polkn Band from 5 p.m. WHOOP-UP COMPOUND Zoo >-Chiltiren's ioo at 2 p.m. '-Agriculture World MUTUEL BETTING ARTS AND CRAFTS Kaloidarts Bldg.