11 Exciting FUN-FILLED Days and Nights!
~ Bigger and better than ever. • Exhibiting 50 years of progress.
Hi STATE FAIR
Nov. 2-12 phoenix
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Spectacular FREE Grandstand STAGE SHOW
JUDY CANOVA FREDDY MARTIN L*#
of stage, screen, TV Grove Orchestra on Stage
Brothers Hb The Amandis KIJM Bates
Outstanding comedy : Sensational "teeter-board" troupe. Everybody's favorite
team in songs, dances, , Another Ed Sullivan feature! entertainer.
skits. Recently . . . and other sparkling entertainment by Sensational dancing,
featured on y ' +°P P er f° rmers - Don't miss this great FREE HNH SjnK delightful stories and
Ed Sullivan's Show. WM show twice daily in the grandstand. BiflHflHlß fun for all.
KIDS' DAY is s|ov. 2, opening day. Children under 12 admitted for 10c, or Ic with a toy. The first 5,000 kids get FREE rides on Midway. I
EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY! FREE Stage Show and other top entertainment included in admission to Fair: Adults $1.00; Children
under 12, 25c. Only 4 State Fairs in the U.S. offer this big entertainment bargain!
PLUS continuous entertainment on the PLAZA STAGE and AVENUE OF FLAGS including:
• The Country Cousins nationally known folk dancers in colorful HORSE SHOW. M days of equestrian thrills. Jumpers, hunters,
revue. Returning by popular demand. English saddle, Western, Trail Horse, and full classification of events.
• "Rockey" famous trained baby elephant. You saw him in Disney's Special showings of Palomino, Arabian, Appaloosa, Pintos and Polo
"Swiss Family Robinson." classes.
• Bozo, the Clown, with his fabulous balloons. AMERICA'S MILITARY MIGHT Atlas and other missiles. Elec
# . „. Air ForC ® Sen+rY D ° 9S ““ • xci+ing demonstration of canine tronic-controlled drone plane; cutaway models of Polaris submarine and
intelligence. aircraft carrier Forestal; Marine, Navy, Army, Air Force and Arizona
• Square Dance Festival. Army and Air Guard exhibits. A gigantic display covering 33,000
! !*?, D ,' ag ? £ Uval Stat '° n W an L Taam * «q. ft. of display space.
• Rollerland Revue spectacular skating. <
• St. John's Mandolin and Guitar Club. Pioneer musical group ADDED ATTRACTIONS?
established in 1886. • Indian Village, with ceremonial dances daily.
• Arthur Alien and his sheep dog collies. • Wildlife Museum.
• Santa Fe Railway Indian Band. • Arizona Fish & Game Commission display.
• Luke Air Force Karate and Judo Teams. • Mineral, floriculture and horticulture displays.
• Miss Indian Arizona Pageant. • Dairy, home economic, livestock and poultry exhibits and
• 9th Annual Baton Twirling Contest. demonstrations.
• Henry's Chimps amazingly intelligent and humorous chimpanzees. • Fine arts, photography, hobbies.
MISS ARIZONA PAGEANT. The pick of the state's talent and I • Industrial and manufacturing exhibits,
beauty. • 4-H and FFA demonstrations and exhibits.
ST ■■ BRING THE FAMILY .
u d FOR A DAY OF FUN, |i|%
EXCITEMENT AND EDUCATION! 1 Ij f*
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ARIZONA TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, OCT. 19, 1962,
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