MORE ON ELECTIONS
As set forth in our "by-laws only regular members are permitted to vote in our elections. The following list, of persons contains the names of those who are qualified to vote under these provisions. If you are not listed and believe that your name should appear here please contact an officer of the museum, or drop a card to your Report Editor, who is also a member of this years election committee along with Eric Sanders and Terry Durkin.
LIST OF REGULAR MEMBERS
Adams, Lee; B. Barber, Walter H. Jr.; Barich, Jack; Benbow, Charles L.; Botten, Peter; Boyd, George; Captain, Robert G.; Compton, Jon; Couch, Dwight; Geyer, George; Hathaway, John; Hayward, Walter L.; Holcomb, Charles; Kent, Charles L.; Kerr, H. Chalmers; Kerr, Stanton W.; Matson, Thomas; McLean, Dan; Mehrlust, Edward; Pennick, Richard; Proctor, Andrew; Robinson, Dennis G.; Rotsart, John; Sanders, Eric; Swanson, John; Willoughby, David F.; Wootton, William
Please do notify us if you did take out a 1968 ($10) membership and are not listed above. Write or call Charles Kent, 2418 Edding Drive, Lemon Grove, CA 92045, 460-4720, and he will notify John Hathaway, PSRMA's Director of Records and Personnel.
If you have not rejoined or signed up for the current year as a regular member you may still do so. Fee is $10.
All current and former members will receive 1969 renewal notices on about October 1.
NUMBER 11 NEARLY READY TO FIRE UP
unloading was accomplished in four hours with only one problem; the cab floor was buckled by a poorly positioned lifting cable. Owl has promised to repair the damage.
After setting the engine on its own wheels, it was moved to the PSRMA spur at Crosby and Harbor just in time for the monthly work party. In one of the most successful work parties we've had in many months, we reinstalled the rods and links, as well as several lesser items which had been removed for shipping.
Those who pitched in were Dick Pennick, Charles Benbow, Wally Barber, Dave Hobson, Chop Kerr, Dan McLean, Thomas Matson and Bob DiGiorgio. John Hathaway and Terry Durkin also put in several hard hours on Thursday, helping with the unloading and getting the driver journals ready for service.
If as many willing workers keep showing up for work parties, one more on the 11 and one on the shay should be all that is needed before we can fire up both locomotives simultaneously. Work parties are scheduled for the second Saturday of each month, at 10:00 a.m. The next two will be on September 14 and October 12, at the locomotives. Keep these dates openówe need your help.
Report is the official publication of the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum of San Diego County, California, Incorporated,
Eric Sanders, president; Stanton Kerr, vice president; Richard Pennick, secretary; David Willoughby, treasurer; Terry Durkin, chairman of board
Museum address is: P. 0. Box 12096, San Diego, California 92112.
Report is edited by Charles Kent. Report mailing address is 2418 Edding. Drive, Lemon Grove, California 92045.
MAGMA ARIZONA GOING DIESEL
George Geyer reports that the Magma Arizona RR is to be dieselized during the week of Aug. 12, with an EMD SW-800.