The Editor's Notebook

Table of Contents

Title Page
The Editor's Notebook
Marine News
Cape Trinity Revisited
Lay-up Listings
Only In Loch Ness, You Say?
Our May Issue
Ship of the Month No. 110 Donald Stewart
Who's On First...?
More about Midland Queen
Edward "Ted" Jones
Additional Marine News
Annual Dinner Meeting
Table of Illustrations

Our March Meeting was a most enjoyable occasion, as Gordon Turner illustrated "These Splendid Ships", the world's great passenger vessels, with some excellent slides and informative comment. We thank Gordon for his address and are pleased that so many members turned out to participate in this memorable evening of nostalgia.

THE ANNUAL DINNER MEETING will be held at the Ship Inn, in the Museum, on Saturday, May 1st. Dinner will be served at 7:00 p.m., and the bar will open early for those wishing a restorative before dinner. Our guest speaker will be Mr. Donald Page of Kingston, who will recount some of his experiences with Lake Ontario passenger steamers. Tickets will be $14.00 per person, and we would appreciate receiving your early remittance addressed to Mr. James M. Kidd, 83 Humberview Road, Toronto, Ontario M6S 1W9. The restaurant capacity is limited, so please reserve immediately. Reservations must be accompanied by payment, and tickets will be held at the door for all who have reserved. Do plan to join us for what promises to be a most enjoyable evening.

In the New Member Department, a hearty welcome goes out to our "second" Bruce Smith (this one is chief engineer of SILVERDALE), of Stokes Bay, to Peter Polichuk of Thunder Bay, to Terry Derbyshire of Mooretown, to Ron Vanderburgh of Southampton, to Frank A. Augsbury, Jr., of Ogdensburg, to Chris Black of Goderich, and to Capt. Harry Moore of Cardinal.


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