Honolulu Stand On
Till Jan. 4
Well balanced program
offered by Fernandez - wind and rain mar opening
HONOLULU, Dec. 27th - High winds and intermittent
showers marred the opening of the E. K. Fernandez
Circus here December 8, but show was destined to
pile up some good business before it ends its
four-week run and moves on to other dates on the
Islands. Local engagement is under auspices of the
Honolulu Fire Department Widows' and Orphans Fund.
Fernandez is offering a strong and well-balanced
three-ring performance, with the line-up of talent.
Show claims a seating capacity of 3,500. Prices are
$1.20 and $2.40.
Merritt Belew is equestrian director and
announcer. Raymond's Aguilla's band consists of
Willard Isley, Phil Doto, Rudolph Anderson, Carl
Berggren, Walter Tritchler and Mike Doyle. Members
of clown alley are Bozo Lamont, Mark Anthony, Al
White, Billie Burke, Lee Virtue, Grover Nitchman,
Abe Goldstein, Rube Dyer and George Barnaby.
Pete Kortes's Sideshow is said to be the largest
ever brought to the Islands. Attractions are
Athelia, monkey girl; Barney Nelson, armless artist;
Harry Lewis, ossified man; Prince Dennis and Lady
Ethel, midget couple; Zandu, quarter boy; Frances
O'Connor, armless girl; Waldo, human rat trap; Doris
and Thelma, albino twins; Sealo, seal boy; W. E.
Alezander, flea circus; Red Friend, magic, and Sam
Alexander, man with two faces. Frances Friend and
Eddie Hagen handle the front. Other personnel
includes Martha Painter, secretary; Frank Schenck,
canvas; June Parman, nurse; William Parman, utility,
and Bongo Hinkle, electrician.