Sparks Articles 12-6-1930

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12-6-1930 - Wednesday him still appeal to some...
Wednesday him still appeal to some theater-goers. · · · Willis P. Swcatmen.' -76 year old. regard his the be before for mid' in h» George E. Wintz who sent "Vagabond King" to ihe Lyric last season is said to have arranged with Billy blackfaccd comedian and old time] Bryant, show boat impresario to minstrel mart died in New York last week. He was at the Cum ings as the negro porter in "Excuse Me" and also in the negro role in George Ade's sent a show; boat entertainment New Y rk soon. "County Chairman.' 1 Previous to that he was seen in various minstrel showi Fred Lennox, seen in musical come- I llas Charles Sparks, who formerly own- dies, years ago, died as a result of shock with which h* was stricken while attending the funeral of Mr. Sweatman. · · · Charles Sparks is said (o be deal- mft with John Ringling for the purchase of the Sparks circus for .next year. Ringling was recently quoted as saying the Sparks circus would be riielml in 1931 aid evidently the for_ chance v.-ith it the circus bearing his name, took the Downie Show Sept. 10 over 350 persons employed with the circus ever since. It U Congest.,season of its career but Mr. Sparks is anxious to help the uri-" employed in every way possible ·will try to keep on the road a more weeks before going into winter quarters at Central City park, Ga. · . . The McCann Sisters are in g. Canada, this week playing « peg. Canada, this week playing « Orpheum theater. "..."... *__,,, _ __ _l The Cat and the Canary"^V^r'atBenny

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  1. Fitchburg Sentinel,
  2. 06 Dec 1930, Sat,
  3. Page 10

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