August 18, 1950

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August 18, 1950

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Headlines:
SIU ASKS CLEAR SECURITY RULES
CHINESE COMMUNISTS SHELL STEEL ROVER; ALL HANDS ARE SAFE
THE AMERICAN WORKER WINS ONE ROUND
PROFITS OUT OF BLOOD
DO IT NOW
AFL DEMANDS PRICE CURBS AND PROFITS TAX
SHIPPING GOOD, BALTIMORE KEEP FINGERS CROSSED
HIS BROTHER SEAFARERS MOURN 'CUT AND RUN' HANK
BONEYARD WITHDRAWALS
25 ADDITIONAL SHIPS TAKEN FROM BONEYARD
NEW YORK SHIPPING STILL FAIR BUT DECLINES FROM LAST PERIOD
BOSTON HAS EYE ON TWO VESSELS OUT OF BONEYARD
PORT SAVANNAH UNAFFECTED BY SHIPPING SURGE
BY THE WAYSIDE
US PRIVATELY-OWNED FLEET SHOWS DECLINE; CHARTERS INCREASE
PANAMANIAN SEAMEN APPEAL TO ITF FOR AID
'FRENCHY' BABINE KILLED BY HIT-AND-RUN DRIVER
ALL THAT'S NEEDED IS A CAMERA - AND STAMPS
SHOW BIZ A BIG FIZZ TO SIU TROUPER PANTON
SOUTHWIND PLAYS HOST TO MARITIME CONTEST WINNER
THE SEAFARERS IN WORLD WAR II
BIG MERCHANT FLEET NEEDED TO MAINTAIN ARMED FORCES ABROAD
MAYOR OF SOUTH AMBOY LAMBASTS COAST GUARD FOR 'WHITEWASH'

Creator

Seafarers Log

Source

Paul Hall Maritime Library Microfilm 1939-1993

Publisher

Seafarers International Union of North America

Date

8/18/1950

Format

Newsprint

Type

Text

Identifier

Vol. XII, No. 16

Citation

Seafarers Log, “August 18, 1950,” Seafarers Log Digital Archives, accessed December 7, 2019, http://seafarerslog.org/archives/items/show/992.

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