Sparks Hitler 4-14-1936
BEHEREJPML 27 Advance Advertising Car Of Sparks Managed Downie Show Here Today; Cowboy Jack Hoxie Featured. The advance advertising cm 1 .* of the now enlarged Sparks managed Dowlile Brothers circus arrived late last, night and before sunset today will have Its varied colored posters everywhere announcing that Monday, April 27 will he circus day In IJHiefleld nt which time the circus will stage matinee and night performances on the fairgrounds. Jack Tloxie, famous cowboy screen star, who appears In person with the show, Is being billed as the tea- lure attraction of an all star cast which includes many of the most famous of circus names. 1936 marks the 4Dth year of a Sparks managed circus. This year's presentation Is said to be one of the finest and most costly that the popular veteran has ever offered. Advance agents announce that the entire equipment has been renewed. All new opic and span tents, new well lighted dens for the wild animalB in the menagerie and many innovations in the seating and lighting arrangements have been added to improve the presentation. An entirely new opening spectacle with a gorgeous array of bespangle costumes which is said to rival a ZlegteUl production in color and splendor, Is one of the special added features of the circus this year. Charles Sparks, veteran manager, expresses satisfaction in having assembled one of the most pretentious circus presentations with which he has ever been associated. When Cologne Paid Its Homage to Hitler With thousands llhlng the slicets of Cologne and gazing from windows and liutiHeUijis from which the swastika flew. Adolf Hitler Is shown as he reviewed his guard of honor whtn lie entered the city for his final speech before the recent (ierinan ballot. In mi nnfnstln;: txnmplc of railroad efficiency, more Ulan 2.000.000 people had been carried to the Hliine city lo cheer Dor Fuehrer In his speech Hitler declared, "1 have been an ordinary soldier and know Hie horrors of war 1 stand for peace." ^ NEWS OF THE COLORED PEOPLE CONVENTION TO CONVENE The Bluestone Baptist Sunday school convention will convene with the Mercy Seat Baptist Sunday preaching Tuesday night by Bev. Sister Katherin Jvovett from N. C. Greensville meetings conducted by W. M. Meeks. Bishop J. F. Foster. CAROLINA COMMUNITY HOME Second report of the drive is requested tomorrow evening, April 14, at 6 o'clock, at which time a complete check-up will be made for the drive thus far. All captains arc requested to report each and subscriptions. ering very powerful and inspiring sermons each night, which arc being eujyocd by nil who hear these very timely messages. Services begin nightly at 7: So p. in. All are invited. Bishop C. F. Kyle, minister. C. R. GAY RENOMINATED PRESIDENT OF ELECTIONS New York, (TP)—'Charles R.