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Bygones for March 21

News Tribune March 21, 1972 A gasoline war that started about two months ago in Duluth seems to have slowed. A random survey of service stations last night showed that prices have remained at the 36.9 cents per gallon level for regular for about ...

News Tribune

March 21, 1972

  • A gasoline war that started about two months ago in Duluth seems to have slowed. A random survey of service stations last night showed that prices have remained at the 36.9 cents per gallon level for regular for about a week.
  • St. Louis County's ambulance committee yesterday agreed to go along with Duluth in selecting an emergency ambulance service for the southern half of the county. But the committee indicated the county would have to open the contract to competitive bidding.

    News Tribune

    March 21, 1992

  • The Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board yesterday voted 9-0 to back $10 million of a $65 million bond issue by Northwest Airlines. The vote will allow Northwest to decrease its high-interest corporate debt and purchase parts of other airlines.
  • Aqvila Inc., a Superior manufacturer of knitted hats, gloves, mittens and scarves, is now licensed to include images of Walt Disney Co. characters on its products. Aqvila, formerly Garon Knitting Mills, changed its name last year.

    Researched by the Reference & Information staff at the Duluth Public Library. Call (218) 730-4200/option 5 or click on Ask Us at www.duluth.lib.mn.us .

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