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Wheelhouse Weekly – January 11, 2010

January 11th 2010

 

– Bridging the Information Gap With E-News You Can Use –

Volume 14 . . . . . Number 2. . . .January 11, 2010

STORIES COVERED

REMINDERS

MM&P FCU News

MM&P Health & Benefit Plan News

Meet Our New Prescription Benefit Manager, PHARMACARE

Notice to MM&P Health & Benefit Plan Participants

WWII USCG Veterans Outreach

Company Gives Bucks Back for buying Safe Shoes

Website Offers Union-Made Goods and Services



Did you miss a week? Back editions of the Wheelhouse Weekly are available in the section.


MM&P HOLIDAY CLOSING

MM&P port offices, MM&P Plans, MM&P headquarters and the MM&P Federal Credit Union will be closed on Monday, Jan. 18, in honor of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.


CONTACT YOUR SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES TO PROTEST PROPOSED TAX ON UNION HEALTH PLANS!

A provision in the Senate version of the health care reform bill would levy new taxes on many union medical plans to help fund the proposed overhaul of the American health care industry. The AFL-CIO is calling on all union members nationwide to immediately contact their senators and representatives by phone or e-mail to protest.

The Senate proposal would levy a new tax on health plans with premiums totaling more than $8,500 annually for individuals and $23,000 annually for families. For workers in high-risk occupations, for retirees 55 or older and for residents in the 17 highest cost states, the Senate bill would tax health plans with premiums higher than $9,850 for individuals and $26,000 for families. The Senate proposal, which was originally envisioned as a tax on high-value corporate or “Cadillac” plans, would end up disproportionately targeting union members: a recent survey estimates it would affect one in four union members nationwide. The health care bill passed by the House does not contain this provision.

Union officials say the tax included in the Senate bill, which on the surface is aimed at health insurance companies, will end up causing employers to push higher co-payments and deductibles onto their employees. They argue that a fairer way to generate revenue would be to embrace the House bill, which imposes an income tax surcharge on couples earning more than $1 million.

Rep. Joe Courtney (D-Conn.) has spearheaded opposition to the new tax in the House, urging leadership to abandon the excise tax idea, given its well-documented pitfalls. “One-hundred-ninety House Democrats have joined my effort to stop the proposed ‘Cadillac’ tax on health care plans, which is a number that cannot be ignored during health care reform negotiations,” Courtney said. “There is no question that the tax will hurt working families. The House must stand firm in its opposition to the tax.”

The tax is considered doubly unfair in that many union workers have recently forgone wage and salary increases during contract negotiations in exchange for contributions to union health and welfare plans.

To find your senators’ contact information, go to http://www.senate.gov/ and click on “Find Your Legislator” at the top of the page. To find your representative, go to http://www.house.gov and enter your zip code in the box at the top left-hand corner of the page.


FOREIGN PORT 100 PERCENT CONTAINER SCANNING PUSHED BACK TO 2014

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has told Congress it does not have the resources necessary to meet an early deadline for the implementation of 100 percent security scanning of all U.S.-bound containers. “To implement the 100 percent scanning requirement by 2012, DHS would need greater manpower and technology, access to technologies that do not currently exist, and the redesign of many ports,” DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano told members of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee at a hearing last month.

The 2007 law that mandated 100 percent screening gave the government leeway to push back the deadline if necessary.  The scanning requirement has generated controversy among maritime operators, foreign and domestic port authorities and even different government agencies. The Customs and Border Protection Agency, for example, says the concept of imaging the contents of all U.S.-bound containers for weapons is too costly and would be disruptive to world trade.


PIRATES SEIZE CHEMICAL TANKER AND CARGO SHIP

Somali pirates have hijacked a British cargo ship and a Singapore-flagged chemical tanker. The cargo ship, ASIAN GLORY, has a 25-member crew. It was hijacked on Jan. 1 about 600 miles east of Somalia. The vessel was reportedly on its way to the travel corridor patrolled by international naval forces when it was seized. ST. JAMES PARK, a chemical tanker that is reportedly owned by the same company that owns ASIAN GLORY, was hijacked in December. The chemical tanker, PRAMONI, was traveling to India with a crew of 24 when it was hijacked in the Gulf of Aden. International maritime authorities say that pirates are now holding 14 ships and 300 mariners.


NORTH KOREAN VESSEL GROUNDS NEAR PHILIPPINES

A North Korean cargo ship ran aground off the northern coast of the Philippines on Jan. 1 after leaving Port Aparri. The ship, MV NAM YANG 8, ran into high waves, which caused its cargo to shift. The 22 crewmembers abandoned the ship before it capsized and then ran aground. One crewmember sustained minor injuries.     


AHL “WILL REMAIN SUCCESSFUL,” SAYS CEO RICHARD HORNER

Teamwork and the consistently high level of performance demonstrated by all its employees will allow AHL to surmount recent challenges and “emerge victorious,” says AHL CEO Richard Horner in a message to employees posted in the Members Only pages of the MM&P website. To read the message, go to www.bridgedeck.org and log in.


SENATE CONFIRMS KHOURI AS FMC COMMISSIONER

Before adjourning for the holidays, the Senate approved Michael A. Khouri, a Kentucky attorney, to serve on the Federal Maritime Commission until June 2011. He brings to the commission a combination of regulatory and operational experience on the inland waterways.


COAST GUARD SEEKS TO HIRE MARINE INSPECTOR IN PADUCAH

The Coast Guard seeks to hire a senior marine inspector and lead instructor, GS-1801-13, to serve at the new Towing Vessel National Center of Expertise in Paducah, Ky. Duties include providing technical guidance, advice and recommendations to field units on matters related to all aspects of towing vessel inspection; serving as lead inspector on towing vessel inspections; providing technical guidance in the development of towing vessel course curriculum as well as leading implementation of courses; and serving as team leader of exportable training teams to field units. The job is open until Jan 25. The salary range is $80,402 – $101,525. This is a full-time, permanent job. To find out more and apply, go to: http://tiny.cc/Paducah. For more information about the application or hiring process, contact Daryle Merlock at 202-475-5353. For more information about the position, contact Julie Bethke at 270-816-0694.


MAREX NEWSLETTER CONTINUES SERIES ON CARGO SECURITY

The procedures used to move “in-bond” and “in-transit” containers represent a gaping hole in the programs implemented by U.S. government agencies to guarantee the security of shipboard cargo. The assertion appears in the most recent of a series of articles published in MarEx newsletter under the title, “A Report Card on DHS Security Policies, Standards and Programs.” The author is Jim Giermanski of the consulting firm Powers Global Holdings Inc.

In-bond shipments are not intended to enter U.S. commerce and are carried to and within the country in sealed containers or trailers. Ordinarily, these shipments have a final destination outside the United States, but can travel through the country for export. Some in-bond shipments have a temporary destination in the United States that is not technically in Customs territory: examples are foreign trade zones and bonded warehouses.

“We have today thousands of sealed containers from foreign shippers moving on our highways, at hundreds of foreign trade zones and bonded warehouses, and in motor carriers’  bonded distribution sites, in the middle of cities and population concentrations,” Giermanski writes. “Regrettably, we don’t really know what these conveyances contain. We only know, as with the 24-hr. manifest, what they are said to contain.”

His series continues in the next weekly edition of MarEx Newsletter. To subscribe to MarEx Newsletter, go to: http://www.maritime-executive.com/.


TWO VICTORY SHIPS IN SUISUN BAY SLATED FOR RECYCLING

The Maritime Administration says it has signed contracts to clean and recycle three World War II-era ships now moored in the Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet. Among the three are the last two Victory ships moored in the bay, the RIDER VICTORY and the WINTHROP VICTORY. A third ship, the MISSION SANTA YNEZ, is also scheduled to be recycled. “The Obama Administration is committed to environmental stewardship and to the clean-up of Suisun Bay,” said Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood in an official statement. “Many of these dilapidated ships pose a dangerous and unacceptable risk to the surrounding marine environment.” Since DOT first announced plans to clean up the fleet at Suisun Bay on October 22, two ships have been removed. The most recent announcement brings that total to five.


FORMER CUSTOMS AND BORDER PATROL OFFICER CHARGED WITH TAKING A BRIBE

A former U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer has pleaded guilty to public corruption for taking a “gratuity” following inspection of a ship, the MV CHACONIA. The alleged crime took place in Beaumont, Texas. The former officer faces up to two years in federal prison.


COURSE EQUIVALENCIES FOR REQUIRED COMPANY TRAINING

Given the number of required company training courses, it is extremely important for new members to request a transcript review to determine whether they meet the course equivalency requirements.  The courses that are eligible for equivalency are listed in the MITAGS Trust Student Guide located on www.mitags.org in the MM&P Member Section. You may also request a copy from Diane Ford (dford@mitags.org or call 443-989-3238). Remember, the dispatcher in the union hall cannot assign you a job unless you meet the company’s training requirements!


DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING COURSE AT PMI ON JAN. 21

A DOT Drug and Alcohol testing course will be conducted at the Pacific Maritime Institute (PMI) in Seattle on Thursday, Jan. 21. The class will run from 0900 to 1500. This course will satisfy the original certification and five-year renewal requirement for licensed officers who are required to administer drug and alcohol tests aboard ship. Interested members are urged to contact their local representative to sign up.


MITAGS ACADEMIC NOTES

CLASS OPENINGS: Between now and the end of March 2010, as of the Friday before this publication, seats are available in the following courses:

AB- Able Bodied Seaman: 2/8

ARPA – Automatic Radar Plotting Aids: 3/8

BST – Basic Safety Training: 2/1

BRM � Bridge Resource Management: 2/8, 3/15

BRMP – Bridge Resource Management for Pilots: 1/18, 3/11

[CMM – Chief Mate and Master Courses]

CMM-ADVSTB � Advanced Stability: 2/8

CMM-ADVWX – Advanced Meteorology: 1/18, 3/15

CMM-ECDIS – Electronic Chart Display Information Systems: 3/29

CMM-MPP � Marine Propulsion Plants: 3/8

CMM-SHMGT I – Ship Management (week 1) : 2/22

CMM-SHMGT II � Ship Management (week 2): 3/1

CMM-SHS-ADV-I – Advanced Shiphandling (week 1): 2/1, 2/15, 3/1, 3/15, 3/29

CMM-SHS-ADV-I I – Advanced Shiphandling (week 2): 1/18, 1/25, 2/1, 2/22, 3/8, 3/22, 3/29

CMM-VPEN – Voyage Planning and Electronic Navigation: 3/22

CMM-WKP – Advanced Watchkeeping: 2/15

CONSTB � Ship Construction and Basic Stability: 2/15

CONT PLNG – Contingency Planning Workshop: 1/28

ECDIS/ENAV for PILOTS (2-day): 3/9

ENAV � Electronic Navigation: 3/15

ENVRO-REGS PERMIT – Environmental Regulations In The Maritime Industry / Epa General Permit For Commercial Vessels: 3/31

FSM � Fatigue, Sleep & Medications: 1/19, 3/11

FF-BADV – Basic and Advanced Fire Fighting Combined: 2/1

GMDSS – Global Maritime Distress and Safety Systems: 2/22

HAZ – Hazardous Materials (5-Day) course: 1/18

LAP-CMM � License Advancement Program for Chief Mate & Master: 3/29

LAP-ORD3rd � License Advancement Program for 500-1600 ton Third Mate: 2/15

LEG – Legal Aspects of Pilotage: 1/19, 3/10

[MSC-Military Sealift Command Courses]

MSC CBRD-1 � CBRD Orientation: 4/2

MSC-DC � Damage Control (Special Evening Course): 3/29 to 4/1

MSC-SMA � Small Arms Training: 3/29

MED-DOT-DA – Dept. of Trans Drug & Alcohol Testing: 2/20, 3/20

MED-PIC – Medical Person in Charge: 2/15, 3/15

MED-PRO – Medical Care Provider: 2/15, 3/15

MEDIA RSP – Media Response Workshop: 1/29

ROP-5 – Radar Observer Original or Renewal: 2/8

ROR-1 – Radar Observer Renewal: 3/08

QMED-GL � QMED on the Great Lakes Preparatory Course: 1/18

SEC-VCF – Security Officer: Vessel, Company & Facility: 1/25, 3/8

SHS-EMR5 – Emergency Shiphandling: 2/15, 3/22

SHS-ESH-BRMP3 – 3-Day Emergency Shiphandling-Bridge Resource Management for Pilots: 3/10

TPIC – Tankerman Person-In-Charge: 2/8

WX-BAS � Basic Meteorology: 3/8

WKP BAS � Basic Watchkeeping 3/22

…remember: If you can’t make the class, make the call.  Be courteous, don’t be a “no show.”


Check the MITAGS website at www.mitags.org for course descriptions associated with the course title abbreviations, and schedule revisions. For class availability or info on MITAGS courses and programs, contact admissions toll-free at 866-656-5568 or e-mail: admissions@mitags.org.


PMI ACADEMIC NOTES

Schedule of Courses – Please also see our schedule online at www.mates.org

For registration, call our registrar, Jennifer Pitzen, at (206) 838-1126

January 2010

11         Security Refresher
11-12   Intro to Environmental Regulations/NPDES
11-29   Terrestrial & Coastal Navigation
11-22   GMDSS
12-14   Security VCF
25-29  Medical Care Provider
25-5    Medical Person-in-Charge

February 2010

1-3       Emergency Procedures
4-5      Search & Rescue
8-12    Radar Observer Unlimited
8-12    Tankerman Person-In-Charge
22        Radar Renewal

March 2010

1          Security Refresher
2-4      Security VCF
8-12    Electronic Navigation
16-19   ARPA
15-26  GMDSS
15        Flashing Light
22        Radar Renewal
23-9    Celestial Navigation

April 2010

5-9      Tankerman Person-In-Charge
12-16   ECDIS
12-16   Medical Care Provider
12-16   Basic Stability
12-23  Medical Person-In-Charge
19-23  Basic Cargo Handling
26-30 Basic Shiphandling
26-7    GMDSS


MM&P MARKET WATCH AS OF 1-8-2010

D O W N A S D A Q S & P 500
10,606.86 2,317.17 1,144.98
Fund Name & Trading Symbol
 Closing
Price
 Vanguard Asset Allocation Fund(VAARX)
49.26
 Vanguard 500 Index Fund (VFINX)
105.48
 Vanguard Extended Market Index Fund (VEXMX)
33.88
 Vanguard International Growth Fund (VWIGX)
17.62
 Vanguard Morgan Growth Fund (VMRGX)
15.67
 Vanguard Windsor II Fund (VWNFX)
24.30
 Vanguard GNMA Fund (VFIIX)
10.67
 Vanguard Growth Index Fund (VIGRX)
28.04
 Vanguard High Yield Corporate (VWEHX)
5.54
 Vanguard LifeStrategy Conservative Growth (VSCGX)
15.34
 Vanguard LifeStrategy Growth Fund (VASGX)
20.05
 Vanguard LifeStrategy Income Fund (VASIX)
13.39
 Vanguard LifeStrategy Moderate Growth (VSMGX)
18.04
 Vanguard Target Retirement 2005 (VTOVX)
11.13
 Vanguard Target Retirement 2015 (VTXVX)
11.54
 Vanguard Target Retirement 2025 (VTTVX)
11.59
 Vanguard Target Retirement 2035 (VTTHX)
11.94
 Vanguard Target Retirement 2045 (VTIVX)
12.36
 Vanguard Total Bond Index (VBMFX)
10.39
 Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund (VTSMX)
28.24
 Chase Growth Fund (CHASX)
15.74
 Fidelity Asset Manager (FASMX)
14.15
 Fidelity Growth and Income (FGRIX)
16.66
 Fidelity Intermediate bond Fund (FTHRX)
10.22
 Fidelity Magellan Fund (FMAGX)
67.02
 Fidelity Small Company Instl (FMACX)
16.94
 Fidelity Value Fund (FDVLX)
59.64
 Fidelity Equity-Income II Fund (FEQTX)
17.01
 Fidelity Blue Chip Growth Fund (FBGRX)
39.05
 Fidelity Diversified International Fund (FDIVX)
28.76
 Fidelity Dividend Growth Fund (FDGFX)
24.74
 Fidelity Freedom Income (FFFAX)
10.86
 Fidelity Freedom 2000 (FFFBX)
11.49
 Fidelity Freedom 2010 (FFFCX)
12.77
 Fidelity Freedom 2020 (FFFDX)
12.87
 Fidelity Freedom 2030 (FFFEX)
12.76
 Fidelity Freedom 2040 (FFFFX)
7.38
 Fidelity Freedom 2050 (FFFHX)
8.62
 Fidelity Total Bond Fund (FTBFX)
10.56
 Spartan Extended market Index Fund (FSEMX)
31.47
 Spartan US Equity Index Fund (FUSEX)
40.51
 Domini Social Equity Fund (DSEFX)
26.76





~ Reminders ~



MM&P FCU NEWS

GET NEW WHEELS OR LOWER EXISTING PAYMENTS WITH MM&P FCU VEHICLE FINANCING

Is it time to replace that car you’re driving? Vehicle loan rates are looking great at MM&P FCU.

Drive away in a new or used vehicle for a standard loan rate of:

6.50 percent for terms up to 24 months.
Standard loan rates for longer-term loans are:

6.75 percent for 25-48 months;
7.50 percent for 49-60 months ($20,000 minimum); and
8.00 percent for terms extending from 61-72 months ($25,000 minimum).
You can lower your loan rate even more — by 0.75 percent — by becoming a Preferred Borrower.

Are you paying a higher rate on your current vehicle loan at another institution? Consider refinancing your outside loan at the MM&P FCU and taking advantage of our lower loan rates.

MM&P FCU will finance up to 100 percent of your new vehicle loan, and up to 90 percent of NADA Book Value on a used vehicle. Maximum vehicle loan amount is $30,000.

PREFERRED BORROWERS GET LOWER LOAN RATES
MM&P FCU members can reduce the interest rate they pay on any new loan even further by becoming a preferred borrower. What is a preferred borrower? That’s a member who deposits at least 10 percent of the original loan amount into their MM&P FCU savings account and keeps those funds on deposit until the loan is paid in full. By doing this you save twice – first, your deposit works for you by earning our regular dividend savings rate, and second, you save money by reducing the interest rate on your loan by 0.75 percent.

Contact the MM&P FCU for full details on all loan programs by email to mmpfcu@bridgedeck.org or call 1-800-382-7777 toll-free.



 

MM&P HEALTH & BENEFIT PLAN NEWS

MEET OUR NEW PRESCRIPTION BENEFIT MANAGER, PHARMACARE

As you know, effective July 1, 2007, MM&P will have a new Prescription Benefit Manager, PharmaCare. If you use the mail service and have not sent your Confidential Mail Service Enrollment Form to the MM&P Plan Office, you have until June 30 to do so. Otherwise, you can call PharmaCare’s customer service line and give them the information over the telephone or send the form with your first new mail prescription directly to PharmaCare. In the next couple of days, you will be receiving a letter with your new MM&P identification cards and a prescription booklet with information on how to obtain your prescriptions. PharmaCare’s customer service number is listed in the booklet. If you have any questions, please contact the MM&P Health & Benefit Plan Advisors.



NOTICE TO MM&P HEALTH & BENEFIT PLAN PARTICIPANTS

As you know, MM&P Health & Benefit Plan members have a new prescription benefit manager, PharmaCare. When you first obtain a prescription at your retail drug store, please show your new Health & Benefit Identification Card with PharmaCare’s information. If you do not show your card, please inform your pharmacist of the following information so you can receive your prescriptions through the Plan. Your identification number HAS NOT CHANGED. Please provide the pharmacist with your full member identification number. You will have to also provide the following numbers. RxGrp#- Z50136968, RxBin: 610468 and RxPCN: PC2 

If your pharmacist has any questions, he or she should call PharmaCare directly at (800) 503-3241.  If you have any questions, PharmaCare members can call the company directly at (888) 364-6815.


WWII USCG VETERANS OUTREACH

The U.S. Coast Guard has announced an initiative to identify and collect the oral histories of its World War II veterans. Coast Guard WWII veterans, including SPARS and merchant mariners, are encouraged to record their histories online with the Library of Congress Veterans History Project at www.loc.gov/folklife/vets.

Those veterans needing assistance in recording their stories can receive help from their local Coast Guard Auxiliary public affairs contact by leaving a message at 1-877-875-6296, a toll-free call.



 

COMPANY GIVES BUCKS BACK FOR BUYING SAFE SHOES

LMS Ship Management, the company that manages vessels for Central Gulf, Sulphur Carriers and Waterman Steamship, wants to remind MM&P members that they offer their crewmembers a $75 reimbursement on the cost of purchasing certain slip-resistant shoes and boots for use aboard ship.

This offer has been in place for some time and LMS reports that “we have been pleased with the participation to date, but feel a reminder may be in order.” Their goal is for every crewmember to wear slip resistant footwear during working hours aboard their vessels.

The $75 reimbursement is available to each crewmember who provides LMS with an original receipt for the purchase of slip resistant footwear. In order for the crewmember to obtain the reimbursement, they must wear the shoes while on duty. Upon presentation of the receipt, the crewmember will be reimbursed on their pay voucher. The receipt will be retained by the Master and will remain aboard the vessel.
 

Vessels in the LMS footwear reimbursement program are:

  • Green Cove
  • Green Dale
  • Green Lake
  • Green Point
  • Atlantic Forest
  • Sulphur Enterprise
  • Energy Enterprise
  • SGT Matej C. Kocak
  • MAJ Stephen W. Pless, and
  • PFC Eugene A. Obregon

LMS notes that in order to receive reimbursement, crewmembers must purchase one of the following recommended brands:

  • WORX by Red Wing Slip Resistant Footwear
  • Caterpillar (must have steel toe & slip resistant sole)
  • Wolverine (must have steel toe and slip resistant sole)
  • Dunham Sierra Work Boot EH
  • Steel Toe Voyager
  • Georgia Boot 6- or 8-inch Safety Toe Boot
  • Dr. Marten’s (must have steel toe & slip resistant sole)

LOOK FOR THE UNION LABEL:

Of the boots listed above, Red Wing, Caterpillar and Wolverine boots are produced by US union labor.

Redwing’s Union-made products are: Red Wing shoes and boots, Red Wing motorcycle boots and Craftsman (Sears).

Wolverine World Wide manufactures boots under the Caterpillar brand using US union labor. (Other union made safety-shoe brands by Wolverine are the company’s Hy-Test, Durashock and Bates Military labels. The company’s Wolverine brand combat boots are also produced using US union labor.)

Most Dr. Marten’s shoes and boots are produced in the UK.

To find US, union-made products, visit the AFL-CIO Union Label Service and Trades website at www.unionlabel.org and click on “Union Made Product Search”. To shop for union-made products online, go to www.ShopUnionMade.org.


 

WEBSITE OFFERS UNION-MADE GOODS AND SERVICES

The Union Label recently went digital with a new website offering shoppers an array of union-made gifts, from clothing and chocolates to computers, games and greeting cards.

The website, www.shopunionmade.org, launches on the eve of the fall and winter holidays, when shoppers will spend an estimated $1 trillion on gifts, food, drinks and other seasonal items, explained Matt Bates, Secretary-Treasurer of the AFL-CIO Union Label & Service Trades Department. The all-union shopping site, however, will be a year-round operation because that is what consumers demand, he added.

“Shoppers spent $56 billion in Internet sales last year, and on-line spending is doubling every two to three years. Everyday we receive Email and calls from people who want to support good jobs by buying union-made goods and services. The website will reach millions of people, 24 hours a day, with a quick convenient way to shop union,” Bates said.

“The public is ready for this. People have seen millions of good jobs disappear and they are looking for ways to take a stand and make a difference,” he added.

The AFL-CIO will target the peak of the holiday shopping season by promoting “Buy Union Week” Nov. 26 through Dec. 5. The newly-launched, all-union shopping site will be a cornerstone of that campaign. MM&P has a link to the Shop Union Site on this website under “Links and Other Sources”.



The MM&P Wheelhouse Weekly is the official electronic newsletter of the International Organization of Masters, Mates, and Pilots, ILA, AFL-CIO, 700 Maritime Blvd. Suite B, Linthicum Heights, MD 21090-1953. Phone: 410-850-8700; Fax: 410-850-0973; Email: iommp@bridgedeck.org. For further info or to subscribe contact Lisa Rosenthal at lrosenthal@bridgedeck.org. The Wheelhouse Weekly is sent via Email to MM&P-contracted vessels at sea and is posted on our web page.

© 2010, International Organization of Masters, Mates & Pilots. All the material contained in this publication is protected by copyright. For permission to reprint text from the Weekly, contact the MM&P Communications Department: lrosenthal@bridgedeck.org. For changes of address, contact Lisa Rosenthal at lrosenthal@bridgedeck.org.




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