Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 27, 1973 · Page 20
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Of Daily Eve County 0 1 # # -> Mere is a day-by-day schedule of events at the 1973 Knox • * I- Knox County Heart Assn provide blood pressure Knox County foifgows during The International Rodeo satiation's professional ch i. County fair: Tuesday - Hariiess mm at pionship show will be among i.30p .tn. Midwest Chattpion- . teAtmeA . grand . staf !? ship Tractor Pull at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday — Harness races at 1:30 p.m. International rodeo include bareback g, calf roping, bronc rid* barrel race, bull dogging bull riding. M I • - _ - * medical personnel 4 t. * Weaver-Yemm Winnebago from readings Hours Murder OwrgM . Knoxville DeSoise, Bat StLouis, hat been charged With mtrter art attempted armed robbery in the fatal shooting of Loren Davis July 11, authorities said today. / Marjori Crisman arge tractions Knox County week at the Other grandstand activities will at the fair will include harness said Wednesday and Thurs beginning Tuesday through Pri^ day at 1:30 p.m.; midwest following readings equal or exceed reading, attempt persons whose Knox County Rodeo Assn. rodeo at 8 p.m. With official approval by championship tractor pull, Medical cian further checking referred to their personal Seeks New Count EAST ST. LOUIS, M. •East St Louis May* ^a«e* Williams Sr. Has ordered • new city census, seeking to cor* it errors\ he believed were made in 1970 federal census, Thursday ~ Harness races at 1:30 p.m. I.R.A. rodeo at 8 professional cowboys Tuesday p.m. m w ill V'r •£* .** -#•'1 Friday from several states are ex peeted to take part in th« Cowboys cham — _ . — A *• sprint car races Pri day and Saturday County Harness faces at the na u 0 nal championship Saturday at 1 p.m.; motor­ ic p.m. IMCA sprint car only by taking part in IRA auto races at 8 p.m. Saturday Knox County rodeos. Farris, secretary Tractor Pull fit 1 p.m. IMCA treasurer of the fair, said auto races at 8 p.m. IRA sanction "guarantees Sunday Motorcycle races fessionalism ^aspects tat 1:30 p.m. Demolition derby Z at 7:30 p.m. All events are scheduled for In front of the grandstand. Only those cowboys meeting and keeping qualifications set out by the IRA are members of the organization/* EVENTS beine offered at MR. FARMER WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF Everything for Your Farm Hardware Needs Can be Found at... Carlson Services I 306 E. Main Knoxville, Illinois Sunday and demolition deity at 8 p. Farris said a number of organizations will have food tents on the fairgrounds. A NEW midway this year will be a zoo featuring animals from all over the world. Children will be permitted to feed the animals which will include cattle from India, sheep from the frozen steppes of Russia, African pygmy goats and rare 4-1 ed spotted sheep from the highlands of Scotland. The zoo has made television appearances on the Alike Douglas Show, Romper Room and the former Ed Sullivan Show. Joe Frisco, the manager, will present performing elephants, a wolf and bear act and a.wrestling tiger. All of the animals are from Glen Oak Park Zoo at Peoria. why r, J" I V TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY A', 12:30 p.m p.m REGISTRATION BOOTH UNDER THE GRANDSTAND YVONNE B. O'BRIEN Knox County Clerk Galesburg, Illinois Ride 'Em Cowboy Pete Flint of Madill, Okla,, one of the top byll riders in the country, gives good example of the style that keeps him among the top 10 competitors. Professional cowboys from several states will be competing at the Knox County Fair Rodeo Wednesday and Thursday. Leading (Continued from page 17) Greg Deaken, a Lewistown sheep raiser. Show sponsors have designated $3,864 in prizes for the sheep contests. ANOTHER $800 will be awarded to seven places in the maricet class steers. Judging of that class wiH follow judging in tiie beef breeding class Friday. 1 1* Visit Klincks i. Famous FURNITURE Elegance ACCESSORIES Klincks Carry A Large Selection Of Quality Furniture At Very Reasonable Prices. Always Plenty of Free & Easy Parking in Knoxville your FwtumSn** The Friendly Town At The 120th KNOX COUNTY See The Nation's Greatest Thrill Spectacular Drivers Compete For Prize Money and Trophies FREE AUTO PARKING RESERVED GRANDSTAND SEATS AVAILABLE CALL 299*2714 FOR ADVANCED TICKET SALE Bleachers Unreserved Knox County Feature Heat Winner Can Compete For State Championship

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