The Editor's Notebook

Table of Contents

Title Page
The Editor's Notebook
Marine News
The Friends of the Boeckling
Toronto Harbour Winter Lay-ups, 1981-82
Ship of the Month No. 107 Brentwood
St. Lawrence Steamships Limited
Table of Illustrations

Our December film night was a very pleasant event, enjoyed by all. We extend sincere thanks to Gordon Turner and to Bruce Smith for making the necessary arrangements for the films, to Roger Chapman for serving as projectionist, and to Collingwood Shipyards for sending along their excellent film on the launching of ALGOPORT.

LAY-UP LIST TIME IS AT HAND! We once again ask for the assistance of all of our members so that we may publish a complete and accurate listing of ships laid up at the various lake ports. Please send us your port's list as soon as possible after the close of navigation, so that we may include the information in our February and March issues.

This being the New Year, we would be remiss if we did not thank all members who served as correspondents in 1981, especially those who regularly supplied us with news items. Without this assistance, we could not produce a newsletter of this nature, and we look forward to receiving your continued assistance and support in 1982.

In the New Member Department, a hearty welcome goes out to Robert E. Williamson of Port Colborne, and to Norman O. Gray of Toronto.


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