News Tribune, March 26, 1973 Members of the Northeastern Minnesota Consumers League have announced they are joining the campaign for a nationwide boycott against inflationary meat prices. Mrs. Betty Caya, president, said her group has been phoning housewives and former members to inform them of the boycott. Forty-three vessels in the Great Lakes Fleet of U.S. Steel are being readied for the forthcoming shipping season. U.S. Steel and other lakes fleets hope to have their ore carriers sailing near the end of this week.
Plans for a $12 million waterfront development, including an outlet mall and marina, were announced yesterday by Duluth Mayor Gary Doty. The plans include a mall with a nautical theme and 25 to 30 stores covering 110,000 square feet. An Ohio state finance committee yesterday approved a $10.1 million loan package to expand a Michelina’s-brand pasta plant there. Jeno Paulucci, founder of the Duluth-based company, has said he wants to expand his operations to either Hibbing or Jackson, Ohio.
News Tribune, March 26, 1993
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