Bygones: In 1922, Duluth police asked theater owners to help enforce curfew
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News Tribune, Nov. 15, 1982
- The Duluth Arena yesterday hosted 860 dogs and their owners in the Duluth Kennel Club's All Breed Dog Show and Obedience Trial. About 80 breeds were represented, including 12 lhasa apsos, seven akitas, eight salukis, and other exotic breeds.
- A Pennsylvania-based economic forecasting firm has predicted that Wisconsin's unemployment rate will drop to no better than 8.9% by 1984. The state's unemployment rate was 4.5% in pre-recession 1979, and this September it reached 11.3%.
News Tribune, Nov. 15, 1922
- Capt. A.B. Wolvin yesterday told the Duluth Lions Club that converting the McDougall-Duluth plant in Riverside into a railroad repair shop would provide two years of work to 2,000 men. Capt. Wolvin urged Lions Club members to support the project.
- Duluth theater owners have been asked by police to help enforce the curfew law for juveniles. Chief Warren Pugh said yesterday he has asked theaters not to sell tickets to juveniles if it means they will be in the theater after 9 p.m.
Police said the suspect was taken into custody without incident and no injuries were reported.