March 1972

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Title

March 1972

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Headlines:
MARAD DEDICATES NEW CENTER
A BILL TO STRENGTHEN AMERICA
MTD URGES AT LEAST 50% OF NATION'S OIL BE IMPORTED ABOARD AMERICAN-FLAG SHIPS
U.S. OIL IMPORT BILL IS INTRODUCED IN SENATE
WEISBERGER IS HONORED BY PHS
SIU PROVIDES IMPETUS IN STRUGGLE TO SAVE U.S. PUBLIC HEALTH HOSPITALS
CAREY SUGGESTS CURE FOR NATION'S ENERGY PROBLEMS
HEW STAND STILL THE SAME
REP. GARMATZ CLAIMS SUBSIDIES, CARGOES KEY TO SURVIVAL OF U.S. MERHCANT FLEET
MARITIME UNITY IS CENTRAL THEME OF TULANE CONFERENCE
AMERICA'S MERCHANT MARINE 'WILL SPEAK WITH ONE VOICE'
AFL-CIO, UAW RESIGN FROM PAY BOARD
GIVE TO SPAD
COMPULSORY ARBITRATION CALLED 'ANTI-DEMOCRATIC'
HLS' HAZEL BROWN NAMED TO NATIONAL TRAINING BOARDS
NATIONAL HEALTH SECURITY BILL DISCUSSED BY LEADING PROPONENT
THE EMPHASIS ON CARGO
NFU CLAIMS STRIKE'S EFFECT 'EXAGGERATED'
CORPORATIONS BEGIN DRIVE TO OUTLAW TRANSPORT STRIKE
IRISH CONGRESS OF TRADE UNIONS SEEKS SOLUTION TO ULSTER CRISIS
UNIONS RECORD GAINS IN '71 IN FEDERAL SERVICE POSITIONS
LNG - THE SHIP OF THE FUTURE
HOUSE BUYERS VICTIMS OF EXCESSIVE 'EXTRAS'
CONSTITUTIONAL REPORT IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE XIII, SECTION 4(E) AS TO PROTESTS CONCERNING OFFICERS' ELECTION RECEIVED SUBSEQUENT TO REPORT OF THE UNION TALLYING COMMITTEE
YOUNG SEAFARERS EMBARK ON CAREER
CUTTING OFF DRUGS AT THE SOURCE

Creator

Seafarers Log

Source

Paul Hall Maritime Library Microfilm 1939-1993

Publisher

Seafarers International Union of North America

Date

3/1/1972

Format

Newsprint

Type

Text

Identifier

Vol. XXXIV, No. 3

Citation

Seafarers Log, “March 1972,” Seafarers Log Digital Archives, accessed August 21, 2019, http://seafarerslog.org/archives/items/show/1555.

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