News Tribune, May 27, 1921

  • Mayor Samuel F. Snively yesterday described to members of the Rotary Club his plan to link together a connected system of parks and boulevards in Duluth. Under the mayor's plan, tree-lined boulevards will join all of Duluth's parks and playgrounds.
  • The first women jurors to be selected on the Iron Range were named yesterday in Virginia Municipal Court. Many of the 28 women chosen said they thought a woman would be just as capable of weighing legal matters as a man.
  • The light snowfall in Duluth last winter, nearly 10 inches below the average, was a boon to the city's snow-removal budget. Duluth saved $12,174 in snow and ice removal, sanding of streets and sidewalks, and screening and hauling of sand.
  • It could be a dismal Independence Day for Duluth youngsters as the result of a police order forbidding the use of fireworks. Chief Warren E. Pugh issued the rule in a bulletin late yesterday, saying it will be strictly enforced.

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