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SHIPPING NEWS AND ACTIVITIES AT LOS ANGELES HARBOR
SERVICE BUREAU ACTIVE AT PORT Marine Labor Agency Issues Quarterly Report Total of 40,109 Men Put on Jobs During Period Gain Over Similar Period in 1928 Set at 4360
Publication:Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author:Drake, Waldo
Date:Apr 19, 1929
 Abstract (Document Summary)

Shoreside shipping activities at the port enjoyed the beat employment situation during the first qaurter of 1929 since the etablishment of the Marine Service Bureau, in 1928, according to a report issued yesterday by Edwin Nichols. district manager. A total of 37.

  

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