Construction of a $1 million Warner Home Care Center at Northtown Shopping Center will begin Monday, April 22, according to an announcement by Robert F. Peterson, north central division manager for National Building Centers. Peterson said the 55,000 sq. ft. free-standing building will be located on the northeast corner of the intersection of highway 10 and University Avenue–across highway 10 from the main shopping complex.
Area residents appeared at an April 4 meeting of the Blaine City Council to protest a kennel license issued Feb. 7 to James and Janelle Kappes for construction of a kennel near 131st and Lexington. The residents presented a petition asking that the license be rescinded, protesting that they did not want the kennel in the area due to noise, danger to children if dogs get loose, extra traffic on the road, and loss of property value.
Roy R. Frazier, oculist, formerly located in Anoka, and plaintiff in a suit for divorce from his wife, Flora E. Frazier, according to his wife’s testimony, maintained letter boxes at the post office under assumed names to correspond with other women. He lived in a tent, he says, to escape nagging of wife. The case is on trial before Judge Leary.
The party of thirty two industrial school teachers from various cities of the United States left New York last week on the Kaiser Wilhelm. They expect to be at Munich, Germany much of the time. Miss Ida B. McGlauflin, formerly of Anoka, was a member of the party.
An April Fool’s prank was defused but not before a bomb scare caused the principal of Roosevelt junior high to dismiss classes and brought the fire department, police and bomb squad to the scene. The incident occurred April 1 at about 1 p.m. when a student reported finding what appeared to be a ticking bomb in a boy’s restroom at Roosevelt. The “bomb” was later found to be a beer can stuffed with paper, with a wire running from that to a ticking clock. A 14-year old boy admitted to the hoax and he will be referred to juvenile court.
The Metropolitan Council recommended March 21 that Spring Lake Park consider some modifications to its comprehensive plan in order to be consistent with metropolitan planning. The council recommended that Spring Lake Park develop a wetlands ordinance, establish buffering between residential and non-compatible developments, and evaluate the impact of the Northtown Shopping Center.
We know that it is hard for you to get out in the morning. We also know that something must be done to relieve the afternoon rush. With this in view we have arranged very tempting bargains for the morning hours, eight to twelve A.M. Specials: 9c-Fifty dozen ladies’ fast black Hose. 69c-House dresses. 35c-The best apron value you ever saw. 6c-One full case of standard 28-inch percales in a pretty range of medium and dark colors. 19c-Ladies’ pure silk boot Hose. 39c-Children’s percale School Dresses. (Woodward’s Store since 1894)
Our new spring hats are unusually fetching this year and will surely win friends among our young men friends. You remember that our shop is the only place in Anoka where you can buy the famous Mallory Hats. We have just the shape that will become you in a correct shade for spring. Make your Easter selection now. Biggest lines at $2 and $3 – Smith Bros., Main Street, Anoka.
Approximately 25 people were present at a March 14 meeting with the mayor, councilmen and engineers at Blaine City Hall to hear proposals for extending 109th from Highway 65 to Lexington Avenue. The extension would follow the present lines of 109th from Highway 65 to Flanders. Then, due largely to swampy terrain, would drop down to one of two alternate routes: it could follow a path along 105th or halfway between 109th and 105th until it reaches Lexington.