December 1976

1976-12.PDF

Title

December 1976

Description

Headlines:
FIRE-RAVAGED SS SEATTLE MAKES IT BACK TO PORT
AMERICAN LABOR HAS PLAYED POWERFUL ROLE
SIU BREAKS GROUND FOR ALGONAC HALL
CREW SAVED THEMSELVES
FROM DULUTH TO BUFFALO, INDUSTRY RELIES ON LAKERS
NLRB UPHOLDS SIU'S MANNING OF 3 PRMMI SHIPS
AFL-CIO ORGANIZERS DISCUSS FIGHT TO UNIONIZE WORKERS
LARGE AFL-CIO RALLY PLEDGES LABOR SUPPORT
MARAD GIVES WATERMAN GREEN LIGHT TO BUILD 4 LASH SHIPS
JOHN 'BANANAS' ZIEREIS, 71, PASSES AWAY
DROZAK SEES CONGRESS WIDENING USE OF LAKES FLEET
AFL-CIO REACTIVATES FOOD TRADES DEPARTMENT
NOVEMBER JOBLESS RATE OF 8.1 PERCENT HITS '76 PEAK
A FATHER AND SON COMBINATION: IN THE HARBOR AND ON THE SEA
HOUSTON MEETING: NEW HALL, CARTER, AND THE USPHS
MCCARTNEY STIRS SIU SUPPORT FOR U.S. CARGO POLICY
CANNERY WORKERS INK 1ST CONTRACT IN U.S. SAMOA
BOATMEN MOVED BUMPER '76 GRAIN CROP
HOW THE AFL-CIO SERVES THE LABOR MOVEMENT
TOM CRANFORD HEADS UNIT THAT PROCESSES 25,000 CLAIMS A YEAR
ALASKAN OIL: DON'T DETOUR IT TO JAPAN
AIW: WE MAKE IT FOR YOU
ANOTHER PANAMA SHIP SEIZED WITH POT, 15 CREWMEMBERS HELD
TOWBOAT OPERATOR COURSES COMING SOON
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OPENS DOOR TO ADVANCEMENT
OLDEST SEAFARER (76) GRADUATES FROM GED PROGRAM AT HLSS

Creator

Seafarers Log

Source

Paul Hall Maritime Library Microfilm 1939-1993

Publisher

Seafarers International Union of North America

Date

12/1/1976

Format

Newsprint

Type

Text

Identifier

Vol. XXXVIII, No. 12

Citation

Seafarers Log, “December 1976,” Seafarers Log Digital Archives, accessed July 22, 2018, http://seafarerslog.org/archives/items/show/1613.

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