December 1981

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December 1981

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HEADLINES
U.S. SHIPS WILL GET 50% OF AID CARGOES TO ISRAEL
AFSCME’S JERRY WURF, 62, DIES
TRIP RELIEFS AND MAINTENANCE OF ‘A’ SENIORITY
SEAFARERS APPEALS BOARD ACTION NO. 259 MAINTENANCE OF ‘A’ SENIORITY
SEAFARERS APPEALS BOARD ACTION NO. 260 TRIP RELIEFS
AFL-CIO, REAGAN ‘OPEN DIALOGUE’ AT WHITE HOUSE
LEON HALL HONORED BY MOBILE PORT COUNCIL
HOUSE VOTES ‘YEA’ TO BRING BACK SS CONSTITUTION
PORT BILL TOP LEGISTLATIVE PRIORITY IN ‘82
NEW HOPPER PADRE ISLAND NEARING END OF MAIDEN DREDGE JOB
MARAD MOVED TO DOT
USPHS, SHIPBUILDING SUBSIDIES
ALASKA OIL, PL-480 BATTLE
PORT DEVELOPMENT
PASSENGER SHIPS
FIELD REP PROGRAM
NEW MOBILE HALL FULLY OPERATIONAL
PUMPROOM MAINT. PROVIDES QUALITY TRAINING-BETTER PAY
MARINE ELECTRICAL MAINT.-HIGH PAYING JOB OPPORTUNITIES
AFL-CIO CONVENTION MARKS NEW ERA FOR LABOR
LANE KIRKLAND
AFL-CIO VOTES SUPPORT FOR AILING U.S. MARITIME
AMERICAN LABOR CELEBRATES A CENTURY OF ACHIVEMENT: BUT IT DIDN’T COME EASY
LABOR WILL KEY FIGHT FOR MARITIME SURVIVAL
SUPREME COURT SAYS ‘CONFIDENTIAL’ WORKERS CAN UNIONIZE
FERRIS HITS N.Y. WATERFRONT JOB LOSS IN ZONING CHANGE
NEARING 100, ‘MISS LIBERTY’ STILL BEACON OF HOPE
REVIVING PASSENGER LINERS WON’T COST GOV’T A DIME

Creator

Seafarers Log

Source

Paul Hall Maritime Library Microfilm 1939-1993

Publisher

Seafarers International Union of North America

Date

12/1/1981

Format

Newsprint

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Text

Identifier

Vol. 43, No. 12

Citation

Seafarers Log, “December 1981,” Seafarers Log Digital Archives, accessed August 21, 2019, http://seafarerslog.org/archives/items/show/1673.

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