News Tribune, Feb. 23, 1921
- An "Around Lake Superior Tour" that will pass through Duluth will be made this summer by hundreds of autoists. Officials say the tour will provide excellent advertising for the region and in the next five years could attract millions of tourists to the area.
- Members of the First Swedish Lutheran Church, Sixth Avenue East and Third Street in Duluth, yesterday dedicated a memorial tablet inscribed with the names of 43 members who served during the World War. Four of the members listed were killed in action.
- Newton DeForest, chief clerk of the U.S. Railway Mail Service in Duluth, said yesterday he doesn't think airplane mail service between Duluth and the Twin Cities is currently practical. He said the faster delivery time is not worth the additional expense.
- Members of American Legion Post No. 65 in Superior yesterday agreed to support building a hospital to help men who developed mental problems serving in the World War. Newell Williams, post commander, said veterans with mental issues are not currently receiving adequate care.