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Burlington Daily News from Burlington, Vermont • 13

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rh Dally Nawi, Burltaften, Vt. 11 Thursday, July 31, 1952. of 420,000,000, Springer said. A sampling of U. S.

orders in the hands of Dutch growers and exporters Indicate American' retailers will do better than the bulb business achieved in 1951. Dutch Bulbs Best Since World War NEW YORK (UP) The finest tulip crop since before the war is now being harvested in the Netherlands, thanks to an un precedented ten weeks or nearperfect weather, Gustave Springer, American Director for the Bulb Growers of Holland said. This years shipments of spring flower bulbs to the United States, starting in mid-August, are expected to exceed last years figure Discussion of Teacher Colleges Held at UVM Summer Forum Discussion of Vermonts system of three teachers colleges was lively last night at the UVM summer session forum in Southwica Memorial, and was broad enough to include the raising of teachers prestige in lural communities. Cant Keep Good Man Down Twice NEW ORLEANS, (UP) Night watchman Roy H. Bennett said today he hopes Ol Man River will keep rolling along without him.

Bennett, 42, was patrolling a A new outdoor theater the fourth in the Burlington area will line of barges tied up in the Mis open tonight at Routes 2 an 7, just north of Winooski. Owned jointly by A1 Bernar-1 dini and his father. Plank, h' 1 ill Fl'CllcIl NORTH OF WINOOSKI Outdoor Theater Opening Tonight Pearl Street cafe sissippl during a heavy rainstorm Friday night when he fell off. He thrashed the water for more than an hour before he was rescued. ers often have harder work to do than high school teachers.

Prestige boosters are better training, increased salaries, and added recognition of students while in college, it was brought out through many questions from Bennett fell through a platform into the river again Saturday night and fought the water for almost an hour before he was pulled out. English Scheduled At St. MichaeVs N. DUCHAINE INC. are pleased to have been chosen to erect and fabricate the Movie Screen at the new MOUNTAIN VIEW DRIVE-IN THEATRE GOOD LUCK! BEST WISHES! SUCESS! from W.

Charles Redding, professor of speech and director of debating at the Universiy of Southern California was moderator; Prof. J. W. Robinson, UVM political science department, Is forum director. Discussing the three, training school systems were Mrs.

Allan Norton, former employe of the State Department of Education: William H. Carter, president cf Johnson Teachers College; Dr. Ralph E. Noble, of Junior College, and Mrs. Dorothy Brcwn, president of the Vermont Womens Republican Club.

Mrs. Norton highlighted the present shortage of elementary teachers. President Carter admitted that Vermonts training system trday is expensive but valuable. Dr. Noble advocated a single teachers college for the state, to be located at UVM.

Mrs. Brown who would like to see instituted a two-year course particularly for i-ural school teachers was the target for ent New Wage Board Weak in Power WASHINGTON (UP) A new power-striped Wage Stabilization Board takes over the job today of trying to control wages amid warnings rom labor that It was In for a stormy future. The revised board, lacking u-thority to handle labor disputes or any non-economlc Issues such as the union shop, was ready to go as soon as President Truman appointed the members. Society of St. Edmund.

Since then he has been teaching at St. Marys. He has given many retreats and novels throughout New England. His latest Lenten series of sermons was given in French at St. Bernard's Church, Keene.

N. H. Father Maloney is accepting reservations now for the weekend operates a tlr- theater has a 650-car capacity and has been fitted out with the last, word in outdoor theater equipment. Hard-surfaced roads lead in and out of the theater, with crushed gravel within the theater Itself. Equipment includes a huge, 60-foot screen of all steel construction, a self-service snack bar concession, and the latest type of projector.

At intermission, the image of a clock will be thrown on the screen which will show when the 13-mlnute intermission interval is up. This is to discourage moviegoers, impatient for the next show to start, from blowing their horns. Construction was started on June 14. A few odds and ends remain to be done, the younger Eernarain! said, "but enough work has been done so we can open immediately. The contractor is Peter Salvucci of Massachusetts.

Donald Daley handled the sale of the property on which the new theater is located. The bobcat is essentially a hunter, preferring to catch its own prey although not averse to eating dead animals killed by others. The betroit-Windsor tunnel, which connects the United States and Canada, is the only underwater vehicular tunnel between ics who declared that such teach- two nations. Metal Contractors 237 Vz MAIN ST. BURLINGTON VT.

PHONE 3 3403 The Rev. Leo Martel, SSE, will give retreats in English and French this summer for St. Edmund's Layymens et a League. The Rev. Vincent B.

Maloney, SSE, retreat director, said the weekend retreats will be held at St. Michael's College. The French Retreat will be given the weekend of Aug. $, Retreats in English will start Aug. 15 and Aug.

22. Men from Vermont and Northern New York attend each summer. Father Martel is at present doing parish ministry at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Rutland. During the school year, he is teacher of theolugy, Sacred Scripture and Sacred Preaching at St. Marys Seminary in Randolph.

was graduated from St. Mi- A native of Lynn, who chael's College, Father Martel was ordained in 1942 by the Most Rev. Matthew Brady in Burlington. For the next three years, he studied at the Institute of Medieval Studies at the University of Montreal in Canada. There he added a degree as bachelor of medieval studies.

In 1945 and 1946, he did parish work and preached at Pon-tigny, France, birthplace of the Best Wishes to the MOUNTAIN VIEW DRIVE-IN BECK BELLUCCI Extend To tea I CALL 4-5736J -f 1 CONGRATULATIONS On the Opening of the MOUNTAIN VIEW DRIVE-IN THEATRE SHERWIN ELECTRIC co CONGRATULATIONS On the Fine Achievement of MOUNTAIN VIEW DRIVE-IN THEATRE with the Best Wishes of A. C. HATHORNE CO. ROOFERS 133 So. Winooski Ae.

Dial 4-7210 Burlington 701 Pine SI. FRANK and 0RER0 BERNARDINI HEARTIEST GOOD WISHES On the Opening of the MOUNTAIN VIEW ORIVE-IN THEATRE Contractors for Construction of PROJECTION DOOTH and CONCESSION BUILDING FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT For MOUNTAIN VIEW URIVE-IN THEATRE Completely Designed and Installed By MORRIS GORDON SONS, INC. 112 Sudbury Street Boston, Mass. GOOD LUCK MOUNTAIN VIEW DRIVE-IN THEATRE FROM SEALTEST MOUNTAIN VIEW ORIVE-IN THEATRE IK COLCHESTER OK ROUTES 2 and GALA OPENING TONIGHT TONIGHT THROUtK SATURDAY -T i i. i.1 i.

We are proud to have been usked to do the painting of the Gigantic Screen at the Mountain View DRIVE -IN Perhaps ire can help you too. if so-call us-iveUl Try. Rocheleau Decorating Co. PETER SALVUCCI, 1 1 1 ii in "i hi i'i i'i 1. 1 -I ii' i'i a i' L- General ontractor Ext ends 30 Maple St.

Winooski Ph. 2-3811 BEST WISHES To FRANK and 0RER0 BERNARDINI On the Open! ng of Their CONGRATULATIONS On the Opening of MOUNTAIN VIEW DRIVE-IN THEATRE Office Equipment and Office Supplies Furnished by McAULIFFES Cor. Church and College Sts. TeL 4-4531 BOOK ANI) STATIONERY CORNER SINCE 117 MOUNTAIN VIEW DRIVE-IN THEATRE PLUS- ABBOTT and COSTELLO "WHO DONE CART00K.

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