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May 24, 1918 Mayor Ness received a message from Mayor Matheson of Wrangell, Wednesday evening, stating the council of that city had wired to Food Administrator Gunnison that fishermen were arranging to quit, and recommending the changing of prices for king salmon to 5 cents for white and 9 cents for red, with an additional 1 cent per pound for delivery. The Petersburg council, in a message to Mr. Gunnison, indorsed (sic) the action of the Wrangell body.

May 21, 1943 Organization of a local branch of the Coast Guard Auxiliary was completed at a meeting called by Lieut. Earl Watterworth on We...

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