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Bygones: Norshor Theater reopened with double feature in 1982

Bygones is researched and written by David Ouse, retired reference librarian from the Duluth Public Library. He can be contacted at djouse49@gmail.com.

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News Tribune, Sept. 24, 1982

  • Members of the UMD faculty union yesterday said they're willing to strike if they can't reach a contract settlement with the University of Minnesota. The parties have been negotiating for 21 months, but talks have stalled over salary issues.
  • The Norshor Theater, 211 E. Superior St. in Duluth, is scheduled to open tonight after being closed for five months. Tonight's program will be a double-feature of Alfred Hitchcock's "North by Northwest" and "The 39 Steps" with an admission charge of $3.

News Tribune, Sept. 24, 1922

  • Highway crews are now working on the Finland-Ely Road through the Superior National Forest. Although the highway is still under construction and there are several detours, automobiles are passing over the route every day without meeting serious difficulties.
  • Plans are underway for the installation of a bronze memorial tablet at the West Duluth YMCA to honor the Gold Star men of West Duluth who were killed in the World War. A military service is planned for the dedication on Nov. 12.
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