March 1976

1976-03.PDF

Title

March 1976

Description

Headlines:
MTD MAPS CHART FOR U.S. MARITIME REVITALIZATION
AFL-CIO DISPUTES U.S. JOBLESS FIGURES
SIU FIGHTS TO KEEP USPHS HOSPITALS OPEN
AFL CIO CRITICIZES GOVERNMENT'S ECONOMIC POLICIES
WILMINGTON LOOKS TO ALASKA PIPELINES
TRUSTEES PREPARE TO MOVE SAILORS' SNUG HARBOR
TOP COURT OKS GOVERNMENT CARGO SHIP SUBSIDY
EDNEY STANDS OUT ON NLRB CONFAB WORKSHOP PANEL
JACKSON NOTES NEED FOR U.S. SEAPOWER IMPROVEMENT
UNION TALLYING COMMITTEE COMPLETES REPORT
SEAFARERS GET HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS THROUGH PINEY POINT GED PROGRAM
FOR AN ALL-ALASKA GAS PIPELINE ROUTE
THE ONLY WAY TO GO
FOCUS IS ON MARITIME REVITALIZATION
9 POINT MARITIME PROGRAM ADOPTED
RESOLUTIONS PASSED ON MARITIME PROBLEMS
WITH 20% PUERTO RICANS JOBLESS, COLON HITS U.S. TRADE POLICY
SCHULMAN SPEAKS ON NLRB EXTENSION, RIGHT-TO-WORK LAW
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE MID-WINTER MEETING HELD BY THE EXECUTIVE BOARD OF THE AFL-CIO MARITIME TRADES DEPARTMENT IN BAL HARBOUR, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 12-13
GOLDFINGER: 1974 TRADE ACT FAILS TO HELP UNEMPLOYED
BENNETT GIVES BENEFITS OF ALL-ALASKA GAS PIPELINE
EXPANDING SOVIET FLEET POSES THREAT
MTD UNHAPPY WITH GENEVA TRADE TALKS
MTD URGES JONES ACT LOOPHOLE CLOSED
REPORT GIVEN ON U.S. ENERGY RESOURCES
NEW SIU SHIP, ST WORTH CREWS UP, SAILS
MOONEY IS APPOINTED TO P.R. LABOR POST
SOCIAL SECURITY, MEDICARE, MEDICAID ARE FOR YOU
1976 COULD BE THE TURNING POINT FOR THE U.S. MERCHANT MARINE-SPAD COULD MAKE THE DIFFERENCE

Creator

Seafarers Log

Source

Paul Hall Maritime Library Microfilm 1939-1993

Publisher

Seafarers International Union of North America

Date

3/1/1976

Format

Newsprint

Type

Text

Identifier

Vol. XXXVIII, No. 3

Citation

Seafarers Log, “March 1976,” Seafarers Log Digital Archives, accessed July 22, 2018, http://seafarerslog.org/archives/items/show/1604.

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