The Editor's Notebook

Table of Contents

Title Page
The Editor's Notebook
Marine News
Ship of the Month No. 34 Griffin, Joliet, La Salle and Wawatam
Where Have All The Flowers Gone?
Super Duper Sand Snooper
Additional Marine News
Table of Illustrations

First off, for those of you who may be worrying about whether you paid your fees or not, forget it! If you have received this issue, then you must be paid for 1973-74. We won't tell you what the others get.....

Our little note about the discontinuance of salt water sales listings has brought forth only one person who wants to see them brought back. Salty fans, speak now or forever hold your peace. But on the other hand, we would be more than happy to receive contributions of articles about salt water vessels which have appeared on the lakes. If you can help, let us know.

Our Ship of the Month this issue is something special as you get four in one. We have about a dozen ships lined up for future use and they include a few more old Toronto" ferries since; they always bring favourable response. Suggestions still gratefully received however.

In the New Member Department, a hearty welcome goes out to Dorothy Wallin, Mrs. Robert Fochtman, Walter Frumveller and Lyle Southwick, all of Port Huron, Michigan, and to Willis Metcalfe of Milford, Ontario, and Harold Fricke of Covington, Ohio.


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