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Page 8A.The Second Opinion-May 20, 1981 Peace train announces New England fiddle c,ntest take place this year on Saturday, May 23, in down- town Hartford, Connecticut's Bushnell Park, beginning at Peace Train has announced 10:00 a.m. This family event is that its Eighth Annual New open to the public and is free England Fiddle Contest will for fiddling competitors and audience alike. The fiddlers will compete for $1,981 in prize mopey this year. In the event of rain, the New England Streets & Coupes FRIDAY NIGHT May 22 8:00 p.m. I [] RACING [] D li [] [] [] [] [] m [] m RAIN DATE SAT. 8:00 p.m. n AIternate Ram Date j Sunday 7:30 Wn. rn .B [] [] [] , Foundation, Mobil Foun- dation, Incorporated and hundreds of individuals who sent in donations. Fiddlers are encouraged to pre-register. Spectators and fiddlers seeking additional information should call Peace Train at (203) 727-1000 or write to P.O. Box 854, Hartford, Connecticut 06101. L ADMISSION: s330 Adufls q.00 ChiM Fiddle Contest will take place on the following Saturday, May 30. This is an old time contest and the fiddlers will be playing traditional fiddle tunes. As in previous years, there will be four divisions for the fiddlers. The Senior Division for all contestants 60 years old or older will open the contest. The Junior Division with contestants 16 years old and younger will be next on the schedule. The Open Division for fiddlers ages 17 to 59 is always the largest division with stiff competition for the four prizes. For each of these divisions, each fiddler plays three tunes: a waltz, a hoedown and a tune of choice. The fiddlers are judged by professional fiddle contest judges who base their decigions on rhythm and timing, clarity and tone, expression and "old time ability". The final division, Trick and Fancy, is open to fiddlers of any age. There are no rules governing the style of music played and the audience three month multi-media judges the fiddlers with a fundraising campaign. sophisticated applause meter Donations from the general which registers intensity and public are being received in duration of applause, exchange for a Fiddle Contest Bushnell Park, one of the bumper sticker. Additional oldest parks in United States, foundation support is also Gift Certificates Make Wonderful ,. FROM THE HEART OF PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH COUNTRY A THICKER, CRISPER & HEAVIER is situated in the center of aiding the budget. This fun- [] downtown Hartford, draising campaign will I  I {16  IUtI'VnN|O" ..,__ surrounded by the State continue rightuptothedayof Capitol and other impressive the Fiddle Contest. Dm[]mnl'la#Ora,u ua a -- u.tlerno'-mD architecture. Its acres of tree Peace Train, which shaded lawns and working produces the Fiddle Contest, Irkm Your entire house can have a new & Bath Collections Wall-Tax offers took when you make your wallcover- COntemporary, traditional, colonial, tng selections from over 600 patterns metallic and textured wallcovering in WalbTex ' Sampler, Satinesque, . styles Simply beautiful! And easy to Setinesque DeSigners' Supplement, hang,too. Sale ends May 31st Textures. Weaves and Stripes, Bad At,sNt)mer .eri. 0000RILL ( HARDWARIE Main Street arndford, Vermont It||-55|7 II I I II I| I II I Welcome to our antique carousel provide a pleasant location for picnics and family outings while the Fiddle Contest is in progress. Parking for audience will be available in specified areas. This year, preparation for the Fiddle Contest has been inundated with its share of problems. In March, the Hartford Police granted the park permit to Peace Train only on the condition that Peace Train foot the entire bill of $8,944. In order to raise the money to balance this new budget, Peace Train began a is a non-profit arts organization which brings free arts entertainment to the parks and neighborhoods of central Connecticut towns and cities. This year, the New England Fiddle Contest is funded by: Aetna Life and Casualty Foundation, Con- necticut Commission oh the Arts, Connecticut General Life Insurance, Connecticut Mutual Life, Dexter Cor- poration, Greater Hartford Arts Council, Hartford Courant Foundation, Hartford Insurance Group, Knox Whil00 Mountain area expects good summer N. WOODSTOCK, N.H.-- The 1981 Summer tourist season begins in earnest in the White Mountains of New Hampshire May 23 with the opening of most of the region's major attractions for the season, Tourism officials in the area are optimistic about the season ahead, predicting a good summer. The White Mountains Attractions Association based in N. Woodstock announced that its major promotion of II I II lillil OPEN HOUSE SA TURDA Y, MAY 23rd Bring in your favorite record to hear It played on one of our fine music systems. While you're here, have your picture taken courtesy of the Camera Shop. Come join the fun at: CAMERA SHOP OF,,Nov00R 47-51 South Main Street . I t 7 Hanover, N. H. Vt | "  (6O3 643.4545 season was the insertion of over 500,000 of their "New Hampshire Map and Guide to the White Mountains" in selected distribution of the Boston Sunday Globe May 17. S,,esman Dick Hamilton said, "We believe the receipt of this comprehensive color map of New Hampshire and White Mountain attraction guide in the homes of a half million southern New England families as part of their Sunday paper will have a very positive effect on our season." The group of attractions has also participated in eight travel shows around the East since February and reported very positive signs on behalf of the public in interest in vacationing in the White Mountains and New Hamp- shire. Shows supervisor Mike Duprey of White Mountains The price on this boat has: BOTTOM|DI 14 foot OFF SHORE. DuraNautic -- with console -- 20 hp Mercury Electric Start List Price SPECIAL - CaWaJr:intol dteorn pilot seat ,3795 , 2 9 9 5 ON A 255 145 SHORE LANDR BOAT TRAILER -- sturdy G BOATS om 8' 16' long RVE YEAR WARRANTY Spoetta.d 00aei/te FAIRLEE, W, (802) 333-9745 Gifts For Father's Dayl and Graduation USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT Woodsvllle, N.H. St, | i Robtzer Distributing If your favorite store doesn't yet have Groff's Potato Chips and Snack Foods ,,,,,,','",,,,, ASK.FOR THEM Z No. Haverhill, N.H. (603) Sold T Only By Your IocM independently owned True Value Hardware Store has national chain-buying power. MAY Z0 RIu MAY 31 Attractions Association, spent 44 days at travel shows in Cleveland, Ohio; Harrisburg, Pa. ; Hartford, Conn. ; Braintree, Ms.; Peabody, Ma. ; Burlington, Ms.; Danvers, Ms. ; and Springfield, Ma. where nearly 100,000 area brochures were distributed. Fantasy Farm in Lincoln and Conway Scenic Railroad in N. Conway opened May 2 X FLAT WALL & TRIM FINISH' PAIT NOW PAY UTTER Get the durability of enamel elom&  and the velvety fiat look of latex for high-traffic ere such as bathrooms and E,=Z.KARE) Idtchena. E-Z Kam's smooth, hard finish re=ira =oil end LATEX FtAT flngermarks. And it stays beautiful even after repeated WALL RNISH w.hing,. z PAD PAINTER KIT Protects and pre.re. Metering tray, 9-in. pad wood. Repelz weter---re=dts petnter, ladder bracket end mildew end decay, but lets suh tdmmer. 3973PR grain Mtow through. OST !.77 1-IN. WOOD SCRAPER 7-in. hardwood handle pro- rides leverage. 3040/50PR z'A-.  ......... .N House I LATEX HOUSE Our fineet ecwlic lat gives ell-weather tion to wood siding, stucco, more. and repbrts good attendance compared to previous years. 4 G:lt 9 Polar Caves in Plymouth; 98 98 Lost River in N. Woodstock; and the Mt. Washington Auto i111111":"0n Road in Pinkham Notch opened May 16 to average M km & attendance for the weather SELECT l SAT'N'HUE '" conditions. Attractions set to open LA'X 1 ,. .  ''  't, a, LAIEX FLAT ,a.. DaySaturdaYweekendfr theincludeMemorialMt. Hn OUSE 1.44 WALL FINISH hi| !, Cranmore's unique Skimobile .,?u-?l cyorma O" I iP "' A)(]MII1MmL Prentla.d A thick, myformulathet / in N. Conway, the Attitash v, ....... u ..... i ..... nd J ,'==,,''" rellim leeks. 25 goes on without drip=. Dales Alpine Slide in Bartlett, the fade-resistant finish at an ,,..  B)CemmntCrNklkNder.Con- in 30 minutes, leaving Wildcat Mountain Gondolas in Pinkham Notch on Rt. 16, the economical price. M ==:=:imw' tainl butyl rubber. 31 rich, velvety finish. P 00,ume 00a.co.00a Notch on Route 3 along with its A S sister attraction the new $4.3 million Cannon Mt. Aerial   Tramway, Clark's Trading Post in Lincoln and the Loon Mountain Gondola ride on the Kancamagus Highway in Lincoln. ( OREL National Forest facilities and campground will be open BRUSHES for the expected influx of Durable Orals PlYeeter' briltles utieet rll [/" C2t =[D CLFN *N 3.55 SET Of holiday campers and hikers as othem 3 to 1. Flagged to hold more paint.  will most commercial cam- A), wd  sea7 ........... tm i m STR STRIP BRUSH 2 BRUSHES pgrounds, resorts and moteis. B)=I4..V.lO07 ....... 3.1   Worlmlikeewirabrush. only Use with power drill to A4-m poly.ter The Memorial Day weekend C) 2-1. Vldlh/EnamL 4007 ....... 2.11  feetor, to prepare surfaces remove paint, sand wood. =:h ab lru' in' is traditionally the kickoff to D) 2-1t   7007 ........ .2.11 C D before painting. 004-SPP-90 Conforms to contours. 7771 the summer tourist season and resort operators have been busy over the past several weeks preparing for the expected crowds. Inquiries and reservations are running very strong ac- cording to operators and HARDWARE tourist officials and no one seems to be concerned about the cost or availability of gas. Page 8A.The Second Opinion-May 20, 1981 Peace train announces New England fiddle c,ntest take place this year on Saturday, May 23, in down- town Hartford, Connecticut's Bushnell Park, beginning at Peace Train has announced 10:00 a.m. This family event is that its Eighth Annual New open to the public and is free England Fiddle Contest will for fiddling competitors and audience alike. The fiddlers will compete for $1,981 in prize mopey this year. In the event of rain, the New England Streets & Coupes FRIDAY NIGHT May 22 8:00 p.m. I [] RACING [] D li [] [] [] [] [] m [] m RAIN DATE SAT. 8:00 p.m. n AIternate Ram Date j Sunday 7:30 Wn. rn .B [] [] [] , Foundation, Mobil Foun- dation, Incorporated and hundreds of individuals who sent in donations. Fiddlers are encouraged to pre-register. Spectators and fiddlers seeking additional information should call Peace Train at (203) 727-1000 or write to P.O. Box 854, Hartford, Connecticut 06101. L ADMISSION: s330 Adufls q.00 ChiM Fiddle Contest will take place on the following Saturday, May 30. This is an old time contest and the fiddlers will be playing traditional fiddle tunes. As in previous years, there will be four divisions for the fiddlers. The Senior Division for all contestants 60 years old or older will open the contest. The Junior Division with contestants 16 years old and younger will be next on the schedule. The Open Division for fiddlers ages 17 to 59 is always the largest division with stiff competition for the four prizes. For each of these divisions, each fiddler plays three tunes: a waltz, a hoedown and a tune of choice. The fiddlers are judged by professional fiddle contest judges who base their decigions on rhythm and timing, clarity and tone, expression and "old time ability". The final division, Trick and Fancy, is open to fiddlers of any age. There are no rules governing the style of music played and the audience three month multi-media judges the fiddlers with a fundraising campaign. sophisticated applause meter Donations from the general which registers intensity and public are being received in duration of applause, exchange for a Fiddle Contest Bushnell Park, one of the bumper sticker. Additional oldest parks in United States, foundation support is also Gift Certificates Make Wonderful ,. FROM THE HEART OF PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH COUNTRY A THICKER, CRISPER & HEAVIER is situated in the center of aiding the budget. This fun- [] downtown Hartford, draising campaign will I  I {16  IUtI'VnN|O" ..,__ surrounded by the State continue rightuptothedayof Capitol and other impressive the Fiddle Contest. Dm[]mnl'la#Ora,u ua a -- u.tlerno'-mD architecture. Its acres of tree Peace Train, which shaded lawns and working produces the Fiddle Contest, Irkm Your entire house can have a new & Bath Collections Wall-Tax offers took when you make your wallcover- COntemporary, traditional, colonial, tng selections from over 600 patterns metallic and textured wallcovering in WalbTex ' Sampler, Satinesque, . styles Simply beautiful! And easy to Setinesque DeSigners' Supplement, hang,too. Sale ends May 31st Textures. Weaves and Stripes, Bad At,sNt)mer .eri. 0000RILL ( HARDWARIE Main Street arndford, Vermont It||-55|7 II I I II I| I II I Welcome to our antique carousel provide a pleasant location for picnics and family outings while the Fiddle Contest is in progress. Parking for audience will be available in specified areas. This year, preparation for the Fiddle Contest has been inundated with its share of problems. In March, the Hartford Police granted the park permit to Peace Train only on the condition that Peace Train foot the entire bill of $8,944. In order to raise the money to balance this new budget, Peace Train began a is a non-profit arts organization which brings free arts entertainment to the parks and neighborhoods of central Connecticut towns and cities. This year, the New England Fiddle Contest is funded by: Aetna Life and Casualty Foundation, Con- necticut Commission oh the Arts, Connecticut General Life Insurance, Connecticut Mutual Life, Dexter Cor- poration, Greater Hartford Arts Council, Hartford Courant Foundation, Hartford Insurance Group, Knox Whil00 Mountain area expects good summer N. WOODSTOCK, N.H.-- The 1981 Summer tourist season begins in earnest in the White Mountains of New Hampshire May 23 with the opening of most of the region's major attractions for the season, Tourism officials in the area are optimistic about the season ahead, predicting a good summer. The White Mountains Attractions Association based in N. Woodstock announced that its major promotion of II I II lillil OPEN HOUSE SA TURDA Y, MAY 23rd Bring in your favorite record to hear It played on one of our fine music systems. While you're here, have your picture taken courtesy of the Camera Shop. Come join the fun at: CAMERA SHOP OF,,Nov00R 47-51 South Main Street . I t 7 Hanover, N. H. Vt | "  (6O3 643.4545 season was the insertion of over 500,000 of their "New Hampshire Map and Guide to the White Mountains" in selected distribution of the Boston Sunday Globe May 17. S,,esman Dick Hamilton said, "We believe the receipt of this comprehensive color map of New Hampshire and White Mountain attraction guide in the homes of a half million southern New England families as part of their Sunday paper will have a very positive effect on our season." The group of attractions has also participated in eight travel shows around the East since February and reported very positive signs on behalf of the public in interest in vacationing in the White Mountains and New Hamp- shire. Shows supervisor Mike Duprey of White Mountains The price on this boat has: BOTTOM|DI 14 foot OFF SHORE. DuraNautic -- with console -- 20 hp Mercury Electric Start List Price SPECIAL - CaWaJr:intol dteorn pilot seat ,3795 , 2 9 9 5 ON A 255 145 SHORE LANDR BOAT TRAILER -- sturdy G BOATS om 8' 16' long RVE YEAR WARRANTY Spoetta.d 00aei/te FAIRLEE, W, (802) 333-9745 Gifts For Father's Dayl and Graduation USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT Woodsvllle, N.H. St, | i Robtzer Distributing If your favorite store doesn't yet have Groff's Potato Chips and Snack Foods ,,,,,,','",,,,, ASK.FOR THEM Z No. Haverhill, N.H. (603) Sold T Only By Your IocM independently owned True Value Hardware Store has national chain-buying power. MAY Z0 RIu MAY 31 Attractions Association, spent 44 days at travel shows in Cleveland, Ohio; Harrisburg, Pa. ; Hartford, Conn. ; Braintree, Ms.; Peabody, Ma. ; Burlington, Ms.; Danvers, Ms. ; and Springfield, Ma. where nearly 100,000 area brochures were distributed. Fantasy Farm in Lincoln and Conway Scenic Railroad in N. Conway opened May 2 X FLAT WALL & TRIM FINISH' PAIT NOW PAY UTTER Get the durability of enamel elom&  and the velvety fiat look of latex for high-traffic ere such as bathrooms and E,=Z.KARE) Idtchena. E-Z Kam's smooth, hard finish re=ira =oil end LATEX FtAT flngermarks. And it stays beautiful even after repeated WALL RNISH w.hing,. z PAD PAINTER KIT Protects and pre.re. Metering tray, 9-in. pad wood. Repelz weter---re=dts petnter, ladder bracket end mildew end decay, but lets suh tdmmer. 3973PR grain Mtow through. OST !.77 1-IN. WOOD SCRAPER 7-in. hardwood handle pro- rides leverage. 3040/50PR z'A-.  ......... .N House I LATEX HOUSE Our fineet ecwlic lat gives ell-weather tion to wood siding, stucco, more. and repbrts good attendance compared to previous years. 4 G:lt 9 Polar Caves in Plymouth; 98 98 Lost River in N. Woodstock; and the Mt. Washington Auto i111111":"0n Road in Pinkham Notch opened May 16 to average M km & attendance for the weather SELECT l SAT'N'HUE '" conditions. Attractions set to open LA'X 1 ,. .  ''  't, a, LAIEX FLAT ,a.. DaySaturdaYweekendfr theincludeMemorialMt. Hn OUSE 1.44 WALL FINISH hi| !, Cranmore's unique Skimobile .,?u-?l cyorma O" I iP "' A)(]MII1MmL Prentla.d A thick, myformulathet / in N. Conway, the Attitash v, ....... u ..... i ..... nd J ,'==,,''" rellim leeks. 25 goes on without drip=. Dales Alpine Slide in Bartlett, the fade-resistant finish at an ,,..  B)CemmntCrNklkNder.Con- in 30 minutes, leaving Wildcat Mountain Gondolas in Pinkham Notch on Rt. 16, the economical price. M ==:=:imw' tainl butyl rubber. 31 rich, velvety finish. P 00,ume 00a.co.00a Notch on Route 3 along with its A S sister attraction the new $4.3 million Cannon Mt. Aerial   Tramway, Clark's Trading Post in Lincoln and the Loon Mountain Gondola ride on the Kancamagus Highway in Lincoln. ( OREL National Forest facilities and campground will be open BRUSHES for the expected influx of Durable Orals PlYeeter' briltles utieet rll [/" C2t =[D CLFN *N 3.55 SET Of holiday campers and hikers as othem 3 to 1. Flagged to hold more paint.  will most commercial cam- A), wd  sea7 ........... tm i m STR STRIP BRUSH 2 BRUSHES pgrounds, resorts and moteis. B)=I4..V.lO07 ....... 3.1   Worlmlikeewirabrush. only Use with power drill to A4-m poly.ter The Memorial Day weekend C) 2-1. Vldlh/EnamL 4007 ....... 2.11  feetor, to prepare surfaces remove paint, sand wood. =:h ab lru' in' is traditionally the kickoff to D) 2-1t   7007 ........ .2.11 C D before painting. 004-SPP-90 Conforms to contours. 7771 the summer tourist season and resort operators have been busy over the past several weeks preparing for the expected crowds. Inquiries and reservations are running very strong ac- cording to operators and HARDWARE tourist officials and no one seems to be concerned about the cost or availability of gas.