News Tribune, April 6, 1921

  • In the Duluth municipal election yesterday, S.F. Snively was elected mayor by a two-to-one margin over Fred Ward. P.G. Phillips was returned to his seat on the city council, and Leonidas Merritt was elected to fill a vacant council seat.
  • Beneficiaries of the $3,531,100 estate of Duluth grain operator A.D. Thomson are his son Adam G. Thomson, the Duluth YWCA, and the University of Chicago Medical School. The bequest to the YWCA is for $25,000.
  • The Duluth Curling Club will have the most prosperous season in its history next winter, according to an announcement at the annual meeting last evening. There are currently 736 members, and people on the waiting list to join would swell membership to over 1,000.
  • A bill passed by the Minnesota House last night defines some aircraft regulations for the state. It prohibits flying at altitudes lower than 2,500 feet and all exhibition flights and aerial acrobatics over Minneapolis, St. Paul and Duluth.

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