JTH Ringling 7-18-1939 Kokomo Tribune
farm tho morning, Haddock has ^ TMy~i Â£ Aracl . 1(:a _do .of them of a r"""".,, , t sled Brcna . no-iiv ring Mrs. Phipps with "impersonating Pasadena, Calif., chtirgin,-, - . pretending to sustain q marriage relationship. LIST OF FEATURES WITH RINGLING, BARNUM AND BAILEY SHOWS TO BE HERE Thc Ringling Bros, and Barnum and Bailey circus, will roll into Kokomo early Thursday morning with thc world's largest big top air cooled; Gargantua . the Great, giant gorilla, now exhibited in the menagerie; a rcstyled interior in drapes and giant . tassels, and a new opening spectacle, "The World Comes to the World's Fair." Jerome T. Harriman, the contracting press aqrcnt, states that Jacobs, -J.6 lion king, pre ^ oÂ£ pcrÂ£orm . j. t j gt , rs nn d leopards ever , . , . .,,,,,.(,,,, r l( \ ,,,; f h o m from youth j slip-1 house the TRIO IN PRISON BREAK MAY FACE KIDNAP CHARGES Michigan City, Ind., July 17--(fP) --Prosecutor Murk Storcn indicated today he would ask thc LaPorte county grand jury which convenes tomorrow morning for Indictments charging three Indiana state prison inmates with kidnaping for ransom in connection with the at- tqmpted prison break June 27 in which they used Mrs. Ruth Joiner of Crawfordsville, to bargain for their freedom. fury. 'It's Details of the investigation arc ^3, " H u b e r t Castle. secret, but it was believed Storen TMTMTMS ?TM*Â£ at . tisl ' 0 Â° the Riding Cristiana StiCIUL, uui. I L waa wu *ii.Â»i.u wvwu... m o would try for indictments against: f"? t T,j Richard Sweet, Alphonso Skuse-1 l 'S wich and Earl Niverson. ""Â·- '1 - 1 Thc srcat Y Jacobs will offer her riding lion and leopards. Dorothy Herbert, the most famous of all circus equestriennes, returned from European triumphs, is back with the Big Show, heading a 70-girl and Kentucky thoroughbred high school display on her rearing and hurdling horses. William Heycr, the famous Dutch trainer, schooled thc blue grass beauties in five months. The new spectacle, "The World Comes to the World's Fair," restyled and streamlined In beauty by Charles Lc Mai re, former designer for thc Ziegfcld Follies and George White Scandals, is the last word in . costuming and trapping. Harrimac adds that the features from abroad are the best the circus has ever presented, for John Ringling North, president of the circus, who combed Europe ^ast winter for outstanding attractions, had great success. Heading the European importations are: the Pilades, leapers over elcpha.nts, horses and camels; thc Zerbinis, Ortans and Fiiudys, springboard somersaulting acrobats; Albert Powell and The Great Artr.ro, flying trapeze, and high wire stars; the. Aioardis, novelty jugglers; the Iwanows, aerial bar sensationalists; Albertino and Lulu, thc Continent's most famous clowns and other famous aerial, TP r 'rppdom ^ i v w u o Â«mw Â«v..w. ieir .reedom. and acrobatic troupes, Details of the investigation arc " kcludin _ Eube ,, t C a 3 tle, England's world's peerless bareback wigu itiiu ^^ctii . l i v c i o w . i . * i.^ -..." , - T l u n i i M ' c 'npf v ''lP c tS DÂ£U"CDa.Crt j.*4\*"-"---i r -- snatched Mrs, Joiner, 29-year-old ^.f;,^ 0 '[^cio and Belmonte in More welfare worker, from a party tour- sta-s, 7'^ ^ uol Â° ^^ung; tho to,._ ..... _.!,,.- ,,-,, .v,TM*.r,Â»ri tn horbc .o horse someriauu t,. S1 BISr Show" with its 41 ing 'the prison and threatened to cut her throat if they were not freed. Conviction of kidnaping for ransom charges carries the death penalty under an Indiana law passed in 1935, Skusewlch and Sweet are new serving life terms. Niverson is serving a 10 to 25 year sentence. TUNE IN ON THESE: C:4! Jnnidc or Soortj. Wlw. 6:00 BiK Town drtimn. Wju. Johnny Presents. Wlw. New-n Review. "Win. G:30 Information. Pleiint. "Win. Tuesday Nisht Party. Wjr. 7:00 Buttle ot Stxca. Wlw. We. thr, People. Wjr, 7:30 True Story Time. Wenr. S:00 Mr. Tjin'.rict AUornoy. Whv. If I Hnd the Clmncc. Winr. Hnl Kemp orchcntrn, Wfbm. 8:30 Xnltenborn Comment. Wfbm. Thc Inside Story, Wcnr. Tho DoKhouHC. Wlw. 8:-lC Americim .VJcwpointrt. Whn?. Its 1600 people, its 5 herds 'of phants, its 1009 menagerie animals and Its hundreds of horses, includ-j Ing 70 new Kentucky four year olds. Tamara Heyer and her equestrian cart novelty also feature the Kentucky horse displays. The show? 1 come to Kokomo, it remembered, on Thursday, July 20, and are expected to arrive somewhere around dawn. Kokomo people who saw the big attraction in Indianapolis a few weeks ago,, say it really does exceed in both magnitude and-interest any other', amusement enterprise of the kind they cvcr had tre privilege of. beholding.