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Frontier Town News - announced candidate be for be* Fall Adirondack...
announced candidate be for be* Fall Adirondack Rush Tourist Season Extended LAKE PLACID -- In the 'old days* tabor Day marked the end of the tourist In Ihe Adi* fondacks but act any more. The volume slacks off a little in midweek but the area Is just as busy weekends in autumn to ftiid*Oclotef as during July and August In the fall a combination of Canada's Thanksgiving Day the tl.8. Columbus tJay holi* days will nil hotel s y wtMels and guest homes to eafyacity. Sum* met resident* Thi* will very likely prove true this year* The grass has never been greener because of the amount ol rain in August A few soft maples and an occasional oak now have tinted leaves giv* ing promise of a foliage season. On Sept 20 f the New York State ttepartment of Commerce win begm reporting Its weekly Atrium Foliage review. TniS is obtained from many observers is published as a guide to Association has 12 members within the blue line of the Adirondack Forest' Preserve, enchanting enchanting names such as Laiid Make Believe at Upper lay, Story town f U.S.A. at L a George, frontier Town at North Hudson, Santa's Work Shop at North Ftfle, and Enchanted For* est al Old forge, have 9 very definite appeal to children but a* a matter of fact adults mrt« mmtaer children two (0 one. 3**It*ht Village if ft delightful |th« best wtaltef fof Itetnsetosvj The Adirondack Alttitttfcfislil t*ftk

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  1. The Post-Standard,
  2. 12 Sep 1961, Tue,
  3. Page 25

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