The Editor's Notebook

Table of Contents

Title Page
The Editor's Notebook
Marine News
Segwun Needs You in 1985
Win a Trip on a Laker
Ship of the Month No. 138 SANDLAND
Spring Vessel Appointments
Additional Marine News
Table of Illustrations

By the time these words are read, our Annual Dinner Meeting, a sell-out success, will have been held. For a most memorable evening, we extend our thanks to guest speaker Gordon Wendt for his words about Sandusky's steamers, to Gordon Turner for arranging the programme, to Bill Wilson, Chief Purser, for handling all details (including menu) with the restaurant and for attending to ticket sales, and to David Bull for arranging to obtain special favours for the evening.

This is a particularly happy time of year for Ye Ed., for after having prepared eight consecutive monthly issues of "Scanner", he can relax for a bit with no printing deadlines chasing him. Needless to say, however, we will be coming your way with a Mid-Summer issue, and it should reach the members sometime in August. We will, of course, resume our monthly publication schedule in October. We do hope that our regular correspondents will remember us during the summer, and that they will continue to forward news items so that we will have material for the Mid-Summer and October issues. In the meantime, Ye Ed. will put his feet up and try to get the ink off his hands'.

In the New Member Department, a hearty welcome goes out to R. K. Casselman and Sons of Iroquois, Ontario, to Jason Adair of Barrie, Ontario, to James R. Charlton of Toronto, to Jean-Pierre Chartrand of Laval, Quebec, and to Murray and Susan Manson of Toronto.


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