Maritime History of the Great Lakes

Scanner, v. 22, no. 9 (Mid-Summer 1990), Mid_Summer 1990, p. 1

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MONTHLY T O R O N T O Executive C om m ittee J. H. Bascom Jay N. Bascom David Bull Roger Chapman Lorne Joyce NEWS BULLETIN OF THE M A R I N E H I S T O R I C A L SOCI ETY Editor Jay N. Bascom 100 Whitehall Road Toronto, Ont. M4W 2C7 Capt. J. Leonard G. T u rn er VOL. XXII - NO. 9_______________________________________MID-SUMMER 1990 MEETINGS Friday, October 5th - 8:00 p.m. at the Museum. Annual Autumn Slide Night. Members are invited to bring up to fifteen slides each to illus trate their summer shipwatching activities. Friday, November 3rd - 8:00 p.m. at the Museum. Programme to be announced. Please watch for details in the October issue. * * * * * * * THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS FOR THE 1990-1991 SEASON ARE NOW DUE AND PAYABLE. Our new season, the twenty-third for T.M.H.S., begins in October, and we sin cerely hope that all of our loyal members will renew for the coming year. As a result of a fee increase last year, our treasury will be able to with stand inflationary pressures on printing, postage and other costs for this season, and fees remain at $18.00 per annum. Your early remittance will be appreciated so that we may avoid the cost of mailing individual billings. Kindly forward payment to our Chief Purser, William R. Wilson, 173 Glenrose Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M4T 1K7. Thank you. We thank our members for their patience in waiting for the Mid-Summer issue to come their way. Ye Ed. enjoyed a much-needed vacation from the typewri ter, and then other things got in the way of the preparation of this issue. With the help of our regular correspondents, we managed to accumulate a large volume of marine news but, even so, we may have missed something of importance and we apologize for any omissions or unduly abbreviated reports. In the New Member Department, a hearty welcome goes out to Paul McLaughlin (grandson of T. P. Phelan, it should be noted) and to Derek Huber, both of Toronto, and to Skip Meier of St. Clair Shores, Michigan. * * * * * * * AFFILIATED WITH THE MARINE MUSEUM OF UPPER CANADA ISSN 0318-014X

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