February 21, 1947

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February 21, 1947

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Headlines:
SIU DEMANDS INQUIRY INTO PANAMANIAN SHIPS; ITF TO DISCUSS ACTION
SIU AGAIN TAKES TO STREET WITH UFE LEAFLETS
SEAFARERS AND ALCOA SIGN PASSENGER SHIP CLAUSES
BUSHEY AGREES TO MEET SHIPMEN AS STRIKE HOLDS
PEACETIME CONSCRIPTION
SEAFARERS ASKS CONGRESS FOR ACTION ON PROGRAM FOR MERCHANT MARINE
STAFF OFFICERS SIGNS MOR-MAC; WINS TWO POLLS
GREAT LAKES SEAMEN HELD READY FOR UNIONISM AS SIU PREPARES TO LAUNCH ORGANIZING DRIVE
NEW YORK BUSINESS STILL BOOMS; RATED MEN STILL AT PREMIUM
OLDTIMES RETURNING TO BOSTON; SHORTAGE OF RATED MEN HITS PORT
SAVANNAH LOOKS TO FUTURE AS SOUTH ATLANTIC BUYS FOR MORE SHIPS FOR NORTH EUROPEAN RUN
MM&P CHARTERS LOCAL IN DULUTH; WEATHER SLOWS OTHER ACTIVITIES
PHILADELPHIA MAKES IMPROVEMENTS IN HALL AND IN SHIPPING SEASON
CHICAGO SEAFARERS ARE ANXIOUS TO START ORGANIZING CAMPAIGN
SIU COMMITTEE INVESTIGATES NEW HALL IN MOBILE
CORPUS CHRIST IS BUSY WITH ORGANIZING WORK
SUPPLEMENTARY AGREEMENT BETWEEN ALCOA SS CO. AND THE SEAFARERS INTERNATIONAL UNION OF N.A.
BANDELIER VOYAGE RUGGED ENOUGH FOR ALL
JOHN KNAPP DIES IN FRANCE; SHIPMATES AT ROUEN RITES
MINE-TORN SIGNAL HILLS STILL IN YARD
PARKER COPS SECOND SKATE CROWN IN WEEK WITH WINS IN 440, 880 AND 1-MILE EVENTS
ANTINOUS ACCIDENT VICTIM ON MEND
SAN JUAN SLOW, BUT MORE SHIPS ARE DUE TO COME
SEAS SHIPPING REPORTS BELLE OF WEST IS SAFE

Creator

Seafarers Log

Source

Paul Hall Maritime Library Microfilm 1939-1993

Publisher

Seafarers International Union of North America

Date

2/21/1947

Format

Newsprint

Type

Text

Identifier

Vol. IX, No. 8

Citation

Seafarers Log, “February 21, 1947,” Seafarers Log Digital Archives, accessed February 29, 2024, http://seafarerslog.org/archives/items/show/842.

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