Late Marine News

Table of Contents

Title Page
The Editor's Notebook
Greetings Of The Season
Marine News
Lay-Up Listings
Ship of the Month No. 150 BENMAPLE
Modjeska et al
Memories Of Autumns Past
Late Marine News
Table of Illustrations

L.E. BLOCK will not be scrapped at Windsor. She as now owned by Basic Marine Inc. and arrived at Escanaba on November 11 in tow of DARYL C HANNAH and CARLA ANNE SELVICK. She will form part of a development there. --Investment Canada has approved an offer by Societe des Ciments Francais for the common shares of Lake Ontario Cement Ltd.

--On the night of November 29, someone threw a cement block into the gears of the Homer Bridge. The structure was stuck half open for twelve hours but then was opened fully pending repairs.

--On November 29, COASTAL CANADA was struck by the S.I.U. at Sarnia. She was tied up in the North Slip, where someone painted nasty words on her side!



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