News Tribune, June 9, 1921

  • One shooting, armed robberies in both Duluth and Superior, and confessions of two safecracking suspects summarize Twin Ports police activities for the last 24 hours. The shooting occurred in the Great Northern Railway yard in Superior.
  • The Kiwanis Club of Duluth yesterday demanded an immediate retrenchment in contemplated expenses for Duluth and St. Louis County for 1921. They cited data from city and county budgets to substantiate charges of gross mismanagement and waste of public funds.
  • Bert Farrell, Duluth commissioner of public works, yesterday suggested weekly meetings of department heads with the mayor and city councilors to discuss administrative issues. At the sessions, Mr. Farrell said, the work of departments could be reviewed and potential solutions to problems could be discussed.
  • East Superior Street, from 23rd to 39th avenues, will be paved with concrete laid in two 14-foot-wide strips on each side of the streetcar tracks. That decision was made yesterday at a conference of owners of property that borders the street.

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