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saw eight bodies in a pile and nine! They expect a period of ex- other bodies had been taken from ' treme tension and war threats in HUGO CIRCUS MEN TALK OVER PLANS By ROXME THOMPSON News Staff Writer HUGO. Okla. — The anlicipa- | tion of a nine-month tour t o ! points over the United States was I high Wednesday night as repre- I sentatives of four circuses gath- j cred here, for a final social before | going "on '.he road' 1 and become strict competitors. The Wednesday social in the home of Dr. J. C. Wyche was what might be termed "the calm before the storm" since the same people that were bushing and soon leave and What happens when you get on the road? One of the hardened c i r c us men replied. "Keep quiet and just dodge each other." Ian. A variety of other subjects: bearing on negotiations with the U.S.S.R, also will come up when) Macmillan comes here in mid- March. Of Red Trawler LONDON (AP) — The Soviet Union today sharply protested the Indications of advance planning; u - s - naval boarding of a Soviet te meet the predicted emergencyj trawler suspected of cutting a came from President Eisenhower at his news conference Wednesday. Wednesday. At one point he said that there probably will be a need for a Finally, in desperation, Mrs. Klem grabbed a television cable and slid to a pole from where she was able to swing to the roof of an adjoining Hi story building. Her husband followed by the sama route. Both suffered laceration* of the hands. . i . . i 11 • r • « • - l *- f-"/i VO 1 stepped up a,r alert if tm.s situa-j^ had transatlantic cable off Newfoundland. Newfoundland. | —————— Moscow radio said a no'.e hand-! (f T liAII I //*}M ed to U.S. Ambassador Llewellyn I r ' /Vl'*-t.fV - //X Thompson in Moscow described! p/"}^" 1 / /C D// / C reports that the trawler Novoros-; O\J\J(Jj DILLj tion develops along the lines that Once the troupes pull out of their winter homes in April they will, . start a tour that will take them | _ rates ' c ^ 7.000 to 9.000 miles over the country country showing twice daily, except Sunday when they show only once. This continues until November. November. A circus man is a man that can I brave public seniiment, weather i and hard work. First he has t o it appears to be going. This was a reference to the operation of the Command. love the business and then has to that friendly atmosphere «"- kmnv thc business. He can't be become strictly competitors^^ J afraid of work or competition. Cir This is wjy Hugo is "Circus Town. USA". Wintered in Hugo are G. Kelly Miller Brothers Circus. Cole Brothers Circus, and Carson Barnes Circus. Another show represented represented Wednesday was the Hugo cus people this time of year, when . ., ; the trucks are being painted and 1 tuned up and practice begins, inns: eat, sleep and talk circus. T.'.e host Wednesday night. Dr. Wyche. a Hugo dentist, recently yin t -M.d.v »-* »'.«••'"£» i purchased half interest in the Circus, now wintetcd Partaws Brothers in LaGrange, Texas. Preparation of equipment, wardrobes wardrobes and grooming of anim a 1 s make, up a full schedule t'o r circus people in their winter home : of Hugo. Now all this is done and I the big job is ahead—traveling. ! A little of thc competition can 'already be felt w/ien the group ; gets together. The main thing in the minds of ;lhe executives of thc shows are | the route schedules. Each would i like to have the other's r o u to 'sheet| 'sheet| Seminole Youth 'Killed in Wreck Before Tourney AUSTIN 7 'API—One Semrnole High School student was killed and four injured when the automobile automobile in which they were riding overturned eight miles west of Austin today. Dead was Jack F. Moore, 18. He and six other Seminole High School baskc'hall fans were involved, involved, in thc accident. They were cr, route to the Interscholastic League RasKct ball Tournament here, where the Serninole team begins Conference AA play tonight tonight . No members of the h;isk<lt>all '.cam were involved. The injured were listed by Brackenridgc Hospital as: Jerry Srmpson. 17, chest injn- ' ries. ' Tony Driver, 17. head injuries. | Steve Johnson. 17. face and arm I injuries. Carl Anderson, 17, lacerations. Passengers in the car whe. were not injured were Donald Teston, 18, and Milton Ikard, 19. damaged the caWes fls "a complete invention." The boarding took place off Newfoundland Feb. 26. The officer officer who headc-d the American search party, Lt. Donald Sheely of Fal ' 3 Church - Va - said lator Uial the fishing boat "probably qtii'.e likely" had something lo do with the break in the cables but he didn't know whether accidentally or jntenticnallv "The note." said the Moscow RECOVERED Legion to Observe 40th Anniversary The 40th anniversary of th e American Legion will be observed locally ?,*. a banquet March 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the American Legion j broadcast, "points out 'hat the in- Hall. i cident involving detention of th" According to Bill Plummer. com-! mander of Brown-Guest Po.-U 30. ' the banquet will be held to honor • the 40 year members of the Le-1 gion. Dr. Ronald Prince will be j guest speaker. The Paris Junior College band has scheduled a program tor the trawlers engaged in fishing in the j Soviet trawler was undertaken with provocative aims in mind. "The Soviet government expects the U.S. government to take all necessary measures to prevent the recurrence of such unwarranted actions toward Soviet fishing CHICAGO tfi — Recovery of more than one million dollars in SIOO bogus bills and the seizure of 25 members of a nationwide counterfeiting ring were announced today by the U. S. Secret Service. Paul J. Paterni. head of the Chicago Secret Service office, said the. counterfeit notes were recovered in 22 states. He said that 25 persons have been arrested since November November as agents worked quietly to stamp out the coutVerfeit- ing network. Paterni said the operation was finished off Wednesd a y night with the arrest of two Chicago men he termed the ringleaders. KOUTK SIFKKT DISCUSSED — Executives of four circuses jokingly discuss their route schedules at a scKidl Wednesday night in the home of Dr. J. C. Wyche. a Hugo dentist. The confab is only for fun since the route schedule of each circus is a deep secret. In thc picture are (left to right) D. R. Miller, Al G. Kelly Miller Brothers Circus; Glenn Jarmes, Cole Brothers Circus; Jack Moore. Carson Barries Circus: Obert Miller. Al G. Kelly Miller Brothers Circus; Herb Walters. Walters. Cole Brothers Circus. Back row, Vcvnon Pratt. Hugo Brothers; Dr. J. C. Wychc, Coie Brothers, and Corky Plunkett, Hugo Brothers. (Paris News Staff Photo)

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  2. 05 Mar 1959, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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