The Editor's Notebook

Table of Contents

Title Page
The Editor's Notebook
Marine News
You Asked Us
The Shipbuilders - Another Quiz
You Asked Us (Part II)
Exhibition of Marine Photography
Ship of the Month No. 91 Collier
Winter Lay-up Listings
A Correction concerning Cement Carriers
Welland Canal Commemorative Plaques
Table of Illustrations

The February Meeting, our annual movie night, was a great success, primarily due to the efforts of Gordon Turner, Program Chairman. We extend our thanks to Pickands Mather and Company for loaning us the film "Long Ships Passing" and to Paul Sherlock for decorating our meeting room with an Interlake Steamship Company houseflag in honour of the occasion.

The ANNUAL DINNER MEETING will be held on Saturday, May 10, in the Ship Inn which is located in the cellar of the Marine Museum of Upper Canada. Dinner will be served at 7 and the bar will be open about 6:30 for all those who might enjoy a restorative before the meal. The speaker will be William J. Luke and his subject will be "From Thunder Bay to Sept-Iles; A trip down the Seaway". The cost of the dinner will be $12.00 and your remittance should be sent as soon as possible to James M. Kidd, 83 Humberview Road, Toronto, Ontario M6S 1W9. In order to ensure that there will be a reservation in your name, please make sure that your payment reaches us on or before April 11th. The capacity of the restaurant is limited and reservations will be on a first-come-first-served basis.

In the New Member Department, a hearty welcome goes out to George C. Macaulay of Southampton, to Douglas Kennard, Larry Palin and Robert Hurl, all of Toronto, to Richard J. Kruse of Westland, Michigan, to Ralph K. Roberts of Saginaw, to Captain Mike Keeling of Murillo, Ontario, to Richard H. Wicklund of Burton, Michigan, to Sheldon Straiton of Roblin, Manitoba, to Douglas G. Johnstone of Sarnia, to Richard F. Palmer of Camillus, New York, and to Thomas Salvner of Ann Arbor, Michigan.


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