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Grand Lodge 

A.F. & A.M. of Canada 

In the Proyince of Ontario 




PROCEEDINGS 

1974 



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UNIVERSITY 

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of 
Lawrence Runnalls 
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August 1988 



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GRAND LODGE 
A.F. & A.M. OF CANADA 

In the Province of Ontario 

PROCEEDINGS 



ONE HUNDRED AND NINETEENTH 
ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

HELD IN 
THE CITY OF 

TORONTO 

July 17th, A.D. 1974, A.L. 5974 




The Property of and ordered to be read in all 
the Lodges and preserved. 



GRAND LODGE, A.F. & A.M. OF CANADA 

in the Province of Ontario 



At the One Hundred and Nineteenth Annual Com- 
munication of the Grand Lodge A.F. & A.M. of Canada, 
in the Province of Ontario, held in the City of Toronto, 
commencing Wednesday, July 17, A.D. 1974, A.L. 5974. 

Present were : 

THE GRAND MASTER 
M.W. Bro. G. E. Turner 

THE DEPUTY GRAND MASTER 
R.W. Bro. E. W. Nancekivell 

R.W. Bro. R. S. Throop Grand Senior Warden 

R.W. Bro. M. J. Bradley Grand Junior Warden 

R.W. Bro. Rev. Roland de Corneille Grand Chaplain 

M.W. Bro. M. C. Hooper Grand Treasurer 

M.W. Bro. J. A. Irvine Grand Secretary 

R.W. Bro. F. N. Rupert Grand Registrar 

V.W. Bro. L. G. S. Parker Grand Director of Ceremonies 

PAST GRAND MASTERS 

M.W. Bros. W. L. Wright, H. L. Martyn, J. A. Irvine, J. N. 
Allan, B. B. Foster, W. K. Bailey, E. G. Dixon (Hon.), M. C. 
Hooper (Hon.). 

THE DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTERS 

Algoma Reginald H. Hookham 

Brant William H. Wells 

Bruce Neil D. Sinclair 

Chatham Jack L. Ford 

Eastern Lloyd Eady 

Frontenac Charles K. MacKenzie 

Georgian Charles H. Robertson 

Grey Clarence E. Gillis 

Hamilton "A" Clifford G. Battey 

Hamilton "B" S. Arthur Tinson 

London East Alfred Bamett 

London West Charles G. Phipps 

Musk-Parry Sound W. J. Ron McKay 

Niagara "A" Fred J. Maitland 

Niagara "B" George H. Castle 

Nipissing East William S. Lavery 

Nipissing West Robert T. Runciman 

North Huron Alex Robertson 

Ontario Alexander Hendry 

Ottawa 1 Preston W. H. Dell 



4 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

Ottawa 2 William R. Leach 

Peterborough Roy E. Ballard 

Prince Edward William G. Slack 

Sarnia Jackson H. Clysdale 

St. Lawrence Fred Fairfield 

St. Thomas Hugh F. Lyle 

South Huron Allan H. Stoll 

Temiskaming Robert G. Childs 

Toronto 1 Alfred J. Grosvenor 

Toronto 2 Cyril N. Davison 

Toronto 3 David C. Bradley 

Toronto 4 Albert F. Williams 

Toronto 5 Arthur J. Dawson 

Toronto 6 James W. Pearce 

Toronto 7 Matthew Campbell 

Victoria W. Lionel Douglas 

Waterloo Robert J. Carse 

Wellington John B. Hunter 

Western Gerald A. Fitzgerald 

Wilson N. Eric Jensen 

Windsor George I. Baillie 

BOARD MEMBERS 

A. C. Ashforth, T. L. Wilson, J. J. Talman, G. I. Davies, N. 
R. Richards, C. D. MacKenzie, R. J. Connor, M. J. Damp, H. C. 
Steele, W. D. Stevens, R. E. Davies, H. O. Polk, P. S. MacKenzie, 
R. M. Gunsolus, H. A. Leal, R. W. Faithfull, F. M. Cass, H. L. 
Hastie, E. C. Horwood, C. C. Lillico, Lome Pacey, G. C. Phair, A, 

E. Broadley, W. E. McLeod, Robert CoUedge, D. E. Magee, A. 
M. George, C. A. Sankey, N. E. Byrne. 

GRAND REPRESENTATIVE GRAND LODGE OF 

W. L. Wright England 

J. A. Irvine Jreland 

H. L. Martyn Scotland 

W. K. Bailey Alberta 

F. M. Cass British Columbia 

M. J. Damp Manitoba 

H. W. Lyons New Brunswick 

C. D. MacKenzie Nova Scotia 

W. H. Mortlock Prince Edward Is. 

P. S. MacKenzie Quebec 

J. T. Minaker Saskatchewan 

W. E. McLeod India 

J. Ashton Turner New Zealand 

B. C. McClelland Western Australia 

D. E. Magee Alabama 

O. M. Newton Arizona 

Robert G. Truscott Arkansas 

B. B. Foster California 

R. C. Fuller Colorado 

C. C. Martin Connecticut 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 i 

M. C. Hooper Delaware 

D. W. Grierson Dist. of Columbia 

E. J. Langley Georgia 

George E. Turner Illinois 

G. Ivor Davies Indiana 

Alan Broughton Kansas 

Robert Montgomery Kentucky 

R. E. Davies Louisiana 

W. T. Overend Maine 

H. Allan Leal Maryland 

J. N. Allan Massachusetts 

D. J. Miller Minnesota 

W, H. Kipp Mississippi 

C. H. Heels Missouri 

R. Colledge Montana 

E. W. Nancekivell Nebraska 

W. L, Sommerville Nevada 

C. C. Lillico New Hampshire 

H. I. Sparling New Jersey 

H. C. Steele New York 

A. C. Ashforth North Carolina 

J. J. Talman North Dakota 

C. M. Rawson Oklahoma 

John O'Donovan Rhode Island 

Ewart G. Dixon South Carolina 

Harry Jowett South Dakota 

Ed. Balfour Tennessee 

H. O. Polk Utah 

W. J. Carnegie Vermont 

G. C. Searson Washington 

Jerald Anderson West Virginia 

R. M. Gunsolus Wisconsin 

K. J. Hay Argentina 

W. D. Stevens Austria 

T. E. Greenaway Belgium 

J. A. Foster Chile 

R. W. Faithful! China 

H. A. Cameron Colombia Bogota 

W. M. Newell Colombia Cartagena 

W. Lome Pacey Costa Rica 

Neil MacEachern Denmark 

A. M. George Ecuador 

G. J. Patterson Finland 

T. L. Wilson France, Nationale 

N. R. Richards Germany, United Grand 

Lodges 

W. S. McVittie Greece 

J. W. Bradley Guatemala 

A. Gordon Skiimer Iceland 

R. L. Elsie Iran 

A. L. Copeland Israel 

H. R. Banwell Italy 



6 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

C. G. Wonfor Japan 

G. E. French Netherlands 

B. M. McCall Norway 

G. H. Vogan Panama 

G. H. Gilmer Paraiba (Brazil) 

J. I. Carrick Philippines 

R. J. Connor Puerto Rico 

James Jackson Southern Africa 

W. A. Stewart Sweden 

T. John Arthur Turkey 

Robt. Strachan Venezuela 

W. B. Cannon York, Mexico 

The M.W. the Grand Master, G. E. Turner, dis- 
tinguished guests and officers of Grand Lodge took their 
places in the Canadian Room of The Royal York Hotel at 
9 a.m. in the forenoon. 

MASTER MASONS ADMITTED 

The Grand Master invited all Master Masons to enter. 

NATIONAL ANTHEM 

The brethren joined in singing the National Anthem 
followed by "My Country, 'Tis of Thee" and "Two Coun- 
tries by the Sea." 

The brethren then joined in singing three verses of 
"Unto the Hills." 

DELEGATES REGISTERED 

No. 2, Niagara, Niagara-on-the-Lake — A. K. Woodhouse, A. 
E. Woodhouse, I. B. Collard, F. L. Collard, E. A. Staines, W. L. 
Wright. 

No. 3, Ancient St. John's, Kingston— S. H. Chandler, E. W. 
Scrannage, B. W. Taylor, W. H. Gummer, E. H. Guthrie, W. D. 
Stevens, G. H. Dover, W. C. F. Saunders, H. R. Lyons, M. D. 
Dubin. 

No. 5, Sussex, Brock>ilIe — H. F. Blanchard, G. B. Carley. 

No. 6, The Barton, Hamilton — L. E. Williamson, F. J. Allan, 
B. B. Foster, J. T. Broadbent, J. G. Devitt, H. L. Hastie, A. 
Anderson. W. N. Paterson, V. T. Hannabuss, E. S. McDougall, 
G. F. Benton, W. L. Wright, E. G. Dixon. 

No. 7, Union, Grimsby— C. Mote, K. Brown, R. Lawrence, 
R. C. Bourne, G. May. 

No. 9, Union, Napanee — L. VanLuven, G. Fresque. 

No. 10. Norfolk, Simcoe — R. K. Thornton, W. Johnston, W. 
Bridger, B. B. Smith, N. E. Jensen, W. R. Carpenter, D. M. Bruce. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 7 

No. 11, Moira, Belleville — P. Anderson, G. Parrinder, W. J. 
Reynolds, W. J. Anderson, M. M. Hackett, J, R. Grant, A. W. 
Marner, C. A. Faulkner, R. A. Swan, H. K. Elliott, S. T. Reid, H. 
L. Martyn. 

No. 14, True Britons', Perth — D. R. Doran, O. Moore, J. M. 
Wong, R. E. Hughes, M. H. Dowdall. 

No. 15, St. George's, St. Catharines — T. Linders, R. Lewis, 
W. A. Barnes, A. J. Kinnear, G. Peters, R. E. Westlake, J. Willcox, 
I. Tod, W. A. Darker. 

No. 16, St. Andrew's, Toronto — F. Plue, A. Bigwin, R. 
Houghton, A. G. Woolmer, J. Connolly, J. Adams, A. M. Rhamey, 
S. M. Ketcheson, E. C. Fowler, J. J. Henderson, C. W. Ness. H. 
L. Martyn. 

No. 17, St. John's, Cobourg— W. H. Broomfield, J. Bull, W. 

F. Thompson, W. T. Greenhough. 

No. 18, Prince Edward, Picton — J. Borthwick, H. A. Hicks. 

No. 20, St. John's, London — R. J. Demaray, A. R. Eraser, 
J. S. Mawdsley, L D. White, W. H. Kipp, H. P. Richmond, C. O. 
Logan, A. M. George, J. L. Paisley, A. J. Graham, W. J. Anderson, 
H. G. Hotham. W. A. Graham, S. J. Hanna, G. A. Evans, J. A. 
Irvine, H. S. Hutchinson. 

No. 21a, St. John's, Vankleek Hill— W. Kothe, D. Bond. 

No. 22, King Solomon's, Toronto — T. G. Lewis. H. Sutton, 
R. Robinson. H. B. Cunningham, D. M. Tozer, R. G. Townlev, 
H. Mateer, L. S. Thomson, G. S. Pitcher, J. D. Alliston, M. S. 
Atlas, G. P. Warner, E. W. Brewer, N. Zolumoff, D. G. Mackay, 

G. E. Townley, J. B. Stevenson. 

No. 23, Richmond, Richmond Hill — H. D. Thomson, J. S. 
Morlev, H. Ince, K. W. Robbins, J. W. Anderson, H. L. Martyn. 

No. 24, St. Francis, Smiths Falls — C. A. Jackson, C. J. A. 
McFadden, J. J. Carpenter, G. H. Patterson. 

No. 25, Ionic, Toronto — J. J. Clark, S. W. E. Henderson, 
A. F. Rodger, D. M. Fleming. H. A. Leal, L. R. Evenson. W. H. 
Baillie. J. B. Allen, C. S. Fox-Revett, A. S. O'Hara. D. J. Thomas. 

No. 26, Ontario, Port Hope— D. L. Plummer, F. B. Scott, 
A. Honing, G. A. Finnie, M. Buckingham, C. MacKenzie, R. W. 
Goheen, W. J. Dickenson. 

No. 27. Strict Observance, Hamilton— D. H. Bliss, R. G. 
Truscott, W. J. Fulkerson, S. A. Tinson, G. W. Skinner, J. C. 
Guv, G. H. R. Crawshaw, J. A. Irvine, J. W. Gerrard. 

No. 28, Mount Zion, Kemptville — W. Whaley, V. C. Crozier. 

No. 29, United, Brighton— E. H. Dunnett, H. B. McConnell, 
C. L. Ames, J. H. Morrow, B. C. Thompson. 

No. 30, Composite, Whitby— C. E. Broughton, R. W. Agg, 
C. B. Rycroft, J. W. Everett, H. Boake. 

No. 31, Jerusalem, Bowmanville — C. W. Trewin, B. E. 
Bridges, W. Teeple. 

No. 32, Amity, Dunnville — H. A. Swayze, L. Richardson, J. 
H. Allan, R. Ash, F. Martin, E. Mumby, L. J. Stringer, J. R. 
Wright, J. N. Allan. 

No. 33, Maitland, Goderich— R. M. Mugford, I. D. 
McConnell, E. Rawson. 



8 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

No. 34, Thistle, Amherstburg— O. Malott, W. Atkinson, W. 
Hallock, L. Hamilton, G. Somerton, J. S. Kendall, A. W. Brigden, 
N. Rattew, L. Mosey, M. Rubenstein, L. Snider, J. Geary, P. 
Callen. 

No. 35, St. John's, Cayuga— B. Hedley, A. G. Skinner, M. 
Coverdale, B. B. Foster, R. M. Murphy. 

No. 37, King Hiram, Ingersoil— R. Collins, S. Thurtell, R. 
Piper, H. R. Nagle, J. R. Bamett. 

No. 38, Trent, Trenton— L. D. McMaster, O. M. Newton. 

No. 39, Mount Zion, Brooldin — A. E. Francis, L. E. McCoy, 
J. F. Batty, J. F. Patterson, N. Grandy, E. J. Coe. 

No. 40, St. John's, Hamilton— H. H. Donat, M. C. Edwards, 
W. L. Sommerville, C. E. Heal, W. G. Welby, F. H. Furry, M. C. 
McDiarmid, H. G. Edgar. 

No. 41, St. George's, Kingsville — M. Snook, H. Cowan, T. 
Fairbairn, H. Amer, E. Blake, D. O'Neil, J. Palmer. 

No. 42, St. George's, London— W. Wilson, E. C. Lee, R. S. 
Ticknor, M. M. Malott. 

No. 43, King Solomon's, Woodstock — H. R. Ketchabaw, H. J. 
Karn, A. W. Massie, G. F. Jakeman, K. Hammerton, R. E. 
Hargreaves, A. Hargreaves, A. O. Bond. 

No. 44, St. Thomas, St. Thomas— C. Taylor, G. H. Vogan, 
W. S. McKay, E. Gledhill. 

No. 45, Brant, Brantford— J. M. White, K. H. Baker, H. W. 
Chivers. 

No. 46, Welluigton, Chatham— K. F. Johns, F. L. Stevens, 
H. D. Paulucci, W. L. Chandler, V. Sloan, D. R. Bexton, A. R. H. 
Gough, B. B. Foster. 

No. 47, Great Western, Windsor — A. Swanson, A. Turner, J. 
Nayduk, H. H. Amsden, A. R. Bourne, W. E. Truscott, R. J. 
McMonagle, G. L Baillie, L. Ryan, A. H. Paddon. 

No. 48, Madoc, Madoc— J. R. Gordon, E. R. Pigden. 

No. 50, Consecon, Consecon — D. O'Hara, F. Clark, C. 
Gamble. 

No. 52, Dalhousie, Ottawa— W. W. Page, G. F. Clark, W. 
W. Wylie, S. R. Miller. 

No. 54, Vaughan, Maple— B. Thurston, C. H. Allen, J. R. 
Darlington, M. J. Kinnee, C. Malloy. 

No. 55, Merrickville, Merrickville — E. Pitcher, R. Rowland. 

No. 56, Victoria, Samia — H. Devenport, A. W. Wanner, H. 
Russell, H. S. Barnes, J. H. Watson, J. A. Rose, W. Purves, D. 
Lasenby. 

No. 57, Harmony, Binbrook — J. Kennedy, V. Clough, O. 
Bell, R. Hillgartner, D. Kennedy, B. Reid, W. Ronald. 

No. 58, Doric, Ottawa— W. R. Evans, C. D. Donald, R. J. 
Withey. 

No. 61, Acacia, Hamilton— R. J. Button, R. E. Mitchell, W. 
F. Benedict, W. R. Binney, R. J. Connor, J. W. Covert, A. N. 
Hill, L. B. Hoskin, R. E. Larrett, K. G. McLeod, H. L. Martyn, 
C. R. Middleton, E. W. Nancekivell, G. J. Patterson, D. R. Shaw, 
E. G. Dixon, W. L, Wright. 

No. 62, St. Andrew's, Caledonia — J. W. E. Brown, A. 
Murphy, R. Cowie, C. Young. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 9 

No. 63, St. John's, Carleton Place— R. E. Shane, F. A. 
McTavish. 

No. 64, Kilwinning, London — A. H. Firth, J. Cunningham, 
W. R. Gill, D. H. Finlayson, V. F. Lafete, W. T. Luxton, D. G. 
MacLeod, W. S. Brock, H. M. Cree, J. A. Irvine, E. G. Dixon, B. 

B. Foster. 

No. 65, Rehoboam, Etobicoke — S. Johnson, A. W. Slade, F. 
R. Workman, T. H. Mitchell, R. C. McMath, R. C. Sawyer, H. L. 
Martyn. 

No. 66, Durham, Newcastle — R. M. Shearer, E. Hoad, J. H. 
English, W. R. Kean, A. Hendry, O. B. Dickenson, J. J. Scott, G. 
Rickard, L. Gaines, B. Le Gresley. 

No. 68, St. John's, IngersoU— F. M. Smith, J. W. Woolcox, 
J. T. Matthews. 

No. 69, Stirling, Stirling — H. Parsonson, C. E. Macklm, 
G. G. Bailey, W. L. Finkle, W. K. Bailey. 

No. 72, Alma, Cambridge — C. J. Taylor, R. W. Blueman. 

No. 73, St. James, St. Marys— N. Moffatt, H. Sparling, H. R. 
Alberts, R. C. Bradford, W. E. Hanly. 

No. 74, St. James, Sonth Augusta — B. E. Edwards, H. M. 
Earle. 

No. 75, St. Johns, Toronto— D. G. Scott, T. McMillan, A. 
K. Rainbow, P. H. Burt, D. F. Jackson, J. S. King, W. J. Homer, 
J. D. Spears, G. W. Bayliss, M. H. Wilson, J. S. Lawson, E. L. 
Moore, H. S. Porter, J. E. Moore, W. H. Waddell, G. M. Summers, 
W. S. Spence, W. A. Leslie, A. L. Leslie, W. D. Mead. 

No. 76, Oxford, Woodstock— A. E. Sinclair, J. J. Weber, A. 
W. Searle. 

No. 77, Faithful Brethren, Lindsay — J. W. Humphreys, C. 
H. Heels, I. B. Brown, A. C. Lloyd, F. P. Lowry, H. S. Bell, K. 
Revalds. 

No. 78, King Hiram, Tillsonburg— J. J. Whyte, W. Coyle, R. 
H. Malcolm, D. J. Hillier, J. E. Fleming. 

No. 79, Simcoe, Bradford— A. S. Neilly, O. Hughes, C. T. S. 
Evans, F. C. Cook, F. J. Miller, A. Stewart, A. Evans, J. F. Gray, 
R. L. Brown, C. M. Ritchie, B. Steers, A. Kneeshaw, N. H. Barron. 
J. B. Gordon, J. L. Fox, J. L. Fennell, K. N. Tupling, G. F. Allan, 

C. W. Brown, S. C. Lee, W. Watson, H. Bell, F. P. Lowry. 

No. 81, St. John's, Mount Brydges — J. A. McLean, O. 
Sutherland. 

No. 82, St. John's, Paris— W. G. Muckler, W. H. Wells. 

No. 83, Beaver, Strathroy — G. R. Moore, D. E. Camick, F. 
Hendry, G. W. Locke, R. G. Patterson, A. C. Pedden, D. C. 
Lamond. 

No. 84, Clinton, Clinton— D. Bell, L. Carter, D. V. Morgan, 
W. F. Cook, J. Nott. 

No. 85, Rismg Sun, Athens — D. V. Johnston, R. C. Hartley. 

No. 86, Wilson, Toronto — A. G. Jennison, W. J. Lumley, T. 
S. Galloway, H. S. Bell, G. F. Lambert, J. V. Lawer, D. R. 
Johnson, W. F. Hill, W. A. Robinson, S. G. Elvidge, K. Sabine, 
C. J. E. Lawer, M. C. Drysdale, C. M. Cook, H. L. Martyn. 



10 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

No. 87, Markbam Union, Markham — J. Egan, C. Osborn, H. 
M. Warriner, F. Robb, W. Craig, A. M. Hill, H. W. Thomas, A. J. 
Woods, E. G. Clark, J. Champion, L. S. Pilkington, H. L. Graham, 
N. Tapscott, M. A. N. Shenfield, J. Carson, R. L. Dorey, W. G. 
Woodcock, J. A. Cattanach, R. J. A. Young, R. W. Faulds, J. J. 
Smith. 

No. 88, St. George's, Owen Sound— F. Binns, C. V. Kellough, 
N. Arnott. 

No. 90, Manito, CoUingwood— A. D. Smith, B. M. Conron, 
G. H. Robinson. 

No. 91, Colborne, Colborne — F. Cowie, F. Greenfield, R. A. 
Smith. 

No. 92, Cataraqui, Kingston— J. MacKay, W. Helsby, Sr., K. 
J. Hay, K. R. Miller, W. R. Ovens, H. L. Martyn. 

No. 93, Northern Light, Kincardine — A. R. MacLennan, A. 
R. Burgess, N. M. Ross, J. D. MacKay, D. P. MacKay, H. J. 
Fitzsimmons, G. B. Urquhart, J. W. Campbell, N. W. Ross, D. A. 
MacDonald, H. J. Norman, H. J. Cameron, E. W. Thompson, E. 
F. Martyn, H. L. Martyn. 

No. 94, St. Mark's, Port Stanley— C. N. Parker, J. L. 
Brumpton, G. A. Lang. 

No. 96, Corinthian, Barrie — A. L. Ayerst, J. FoUiott, F. 
Toporowski, J. A. Coutts, G. G. Caldwell, P. A. Sinclair, W. F. 
Smith, W. T. Kirkpatrick, J. B. Nesbitt, A. Clements, L. Churchill, 
D. D. Cole, W. J. Cerswell, B. A. Wilson, A. C. Fraser, H. J. 
Walker, W. J. Light. 

No. 97, Sharon, Queensville — A. M. Hall, W. Newman, J. F. 
Reed, D. Greenwood, J. G. Hall, M. W. Smith, C. J. Jeffery, A. 
J. Dawson. 

No. 98, True Blue, Bolton— M. G. Wilson, J. Worsley, W. 
P. E. Laceby, J. H. Hesp, D. A. Wylie. 

No. 99, Tuscan, Newmarket — C. E. Toole, R. Shipley, S. 
Dow. H. Hill, C. Tugwell, J. B. Stevenson. 

No. 100, Valley, Dundas— A. Howard, I. Blackley, G. Hall, 
A. N. Hill, A. Lawson, A. T. Ayre. 

No. 101, Corinthian, Peterborough — R. J. Robson, M. S. 
Eyre, H. A. Baptie, W. R. Martin, J. N. E. Rexe. 

No. 103, Maple Leaf, St. Catharines — E. Greer, A. Prince, 
J. R. Snure. W. M. Secord, A. W. Pierce, C. E. Nichols. 

No. 104, St. John's, Norwich— R. O. Fewster, W. F. Burrill, 
R. L. Arn, V. L. Moore. W. L. Squire. 

No. 105, St. Mark's, Niagara Falls— N. E. MacLeod, N. 
Farrington, L. Saddler, G. Castle, W. Stephens, D. Wetherup. 

No. 106, Burford, Burford— A. Manning, G. Miller, H. L. 
Davidson. 

No. 107, St. Paul's, Lambeth— R. M. Malpass, D. L. Roberts, 
W. A. Evans, A. L. McConnell, D. Bowman, E. Shore, J. A. 
Irvine. 

No. 109, Albion, Harrowsmitb — E. R. Asselstine, D. F. 
Wolsey, C. E. Saunders, G. E. Clarke, E. W. Hodgson, R. P. 
Galbraith. 

No. 110, Central, Prescott— L. O. Walker, D. M. Smith. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 11 

No. 113, Wilson, Waterford— D. L. Ramey, G. Wood, J. K. 
Barber, A. E. Broadley, H. R. Misner, G. E. Saul, L. D. Simington. 

No. 114, Hope, Port Hope — G. Lang, A. B. Finnic. 

No. 115, Ivy, Beamsville— H. W. Muir, F. Walker, R. Butler, 
J. C. Wismer, E. W. Lay. 

No. 116, Cassia, Thedford— F. W. Turner. 

No. 118, Union, Scbomberg — G. Cook, J. Agnew, F. Alton. 

No. 119, Maple Leaf, Bath— F. Aylsworth, C. Craven, J. 
Thompson, B. Caughey, D. Cutts, W. Hogeboom, J. Roblin, H. 
Sharpe. 

No. 120, Warren, Fingal— H. B. Harris, W. Glover, H. Lyle, 
V. Pow, J. Zegers. 

No. 121, Doric, Brantford— G. M. Angus, A. J. Zabell, F. 
W. Bowery, C. S. Nunn. 

No. 122, Renfrew, Renfrew— H. Blass, J. New, R. A. Telfer. 

No. 123, Belleville, Belleville— H. C, Burley, H. G. Bates, R. 
M. Gunsolus, W. G. Slack, G. T. Greatrix, G. E. Mountford, J. 
A. Irvine. 

No. 125, Cornwall, Cornwall — M. W, Antoine. 

No. 126, Golden Rule, Campbellford — A. Lauesen, A. 
Bjerkness, B. H. Beatty, R. E. King, R. Ballard, P. Wilmink, J. 
Rayner. 

No. 127, Franck, Frankford — J. Rushnell, R. Mawer, H. 
Pitcher, E. Anderson. 

No. 128, Pembroke, Pembroke— E. Wilson, R. W. Duff. 

No. 129, Rising Sun, Aurora — J. Patterson, C. Whetham, W. 
Board, A. Rose, A. J. Child, R. H. Foote, J. O'Connor, J. Hepple, 
R. H. B. Cook. 

No. 131, St. Lawrence, Soutbampton — L. A. Smith. 

No. 133, Lebanon Forest, Exeter — D. Gaiser, D. Webster, 
D. M. Easton, H. H. G. Strang. 

No. 135, St. Clair, MUton- E. G. Stover, W. L. McNeil, 
J. C. Cunningham, R. F. Featherstone. 

No. 136, Ricbardson, Stouffville— E. Lyons, K. Sutherland, 
K. H. Wagg, D. Lewis, J. M. Wagg, G. Wagg, W. J. Barry. 

No. 137, Pythagoras, Meaford — W. G. Cramp, D. Cramp, L. 
Benedict. 

No 139, Lebanon, Osbawa — J. N. Smythe, W. G. Bunker, H. 
O. Flintoff, T. L. Wilson. 

No. 140, Malahide, Aylmer — H. K. Freeman. 

No. 141, Tudor, Mitchell — L Norris, H. Dungey, B. 
Skinner, C. Friend, C. Walkom, T. Stewart. 

No. 142, Excelsior, Morrisburg — C. M. Crober, T. L. Eady. 

No. 143, Friendly Brothers', Iroquois — E. J. Styles. 

No. 144, Tecnmseb, Stratford— N. E. MacDonald, S. R. 
Schneider. 

No. 145, J. B. Hall, Millbrook— M. R. Lord, A. T. Trick, J. 
R. Larmer. 

No. 146, Prince of Wales, Newburgh — G. Brooks. 

No. 147, Mississippi, Almonte — L. R. Phillips. 

No. 148, Civil Service, Ottawa — C. R. Thomson, R. M. 
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No. 151, Grand River, Kitchener— V. B. Whitehead, C. A. 

Atkinson, A. G. Wolfe, R. J. Carse, H. J. Krueger, R. Oldfield, G. 
Palmer, H. W. Rothaermel. 

No. 153, Bums', Wyoming — B. Roane, L. Slack, K. Hart, L. 
Bryson. 

No. 154, Irving, Lucan — J. A. Irvine. 

No. 155, Peterborough, Peterborough — C. A. Palmer, J. 
Storey, J. Bowman, E. Mcllraith. 

No. 156, York, Toronto — A. I. Jones, B. G. Prosser, E. 
Grundy, H. W. Gray, W. C. Collins, W. J. Edwards, P. B. Pickett, 
K. W. Wallace, J. W. Pearce, A. E. Mills, B. W. Edwards, R. C. 
Stephenson, G L. Stewart. 

No. 157, Simpson, Newboro — C. W. C. Baker, L. Brown, R. 
L. Gamble, G. V. Baker, B. Welch, S. S. Scovil, G. S. Wing, H. 
O. Polk. 

No. 158, Alexandra, Oil Springs— D. Howlett, B. Byers, R. 
Ferguson, J. Randall, B. Zavitz. 

No. 159, Goodwood, Richmond — E. Cassidy, E. Milne, P. 
Dell. H. Birtch. 

No. 161, Percy, Warkwortb — F. Ferguson, C. Broadworth, 
F IVfcKee 

No. 162, Forest, Wroxeter — J. F. Inglis, G. S. Moir, T. L. 
O'Krafka, C. O'Krafka, H. McMichael. 

No. 164, Star-in-the-East, Wellington— W. Gassira, G. Lloyd. 

No. 165, Burlington, Burlington — W. J. Eichenberg, A. G. 
McDonald, H. Rose, G. I. Davies, D. J. McFadden, F. G. Wickens. 

No. 166, Wentworth, Stoney Creek— S. P. Parker, W. E. 
Brandow, R. A. Coniam, J. N. W. Hughes. 

No. 168, Merritt, Welland— E. Haley, E. Hamre, G. K. 
Brown, J. W. Sommerville, P. H. Woram. 

No. 169, Macnab, Port Colbome— C. A. Winn, C. M. 
McNeil. 

No. 170, Britannia, Seaforth— C. A. Reith, R. Scott. 

No. 171, Prince of Wales, lona Station — G. Agar, J. Keith, 
M. McArthur. 

No. 172, Ayr, Ayr— G. J. Weber. 

No. 174, Walsingham, Port Rowan — F. Evans. 

No. 177, The Builders, Ottawa— T. E. Yeomans, W. Gervin, 
T. Hammell. L. Potechin. 

No. 178, Plattsville, Plattsville- K. Howling, R. Habel. 

No. 180, Speed, Guelph— G. Gammie, J. F. Heap, L. T. 
Millard, A. C. Blake, D. M. Davidson. 

No. 181, Oriental, Port Burwell— R. T. Bradfield, W. M. 
Bugler, W. Hollywood. 

No. 184, Old Light, Lucknow— M. Johnston, R. C. McKenzie, 
W Conn, W. G. Evans. 

No. 185, Enniskillen, York— C. M. Collins, J. A. Senn. 

No. 186, Plantagenet, Riceville— H. O. Polk, H. Reid. 

No. 190, Belmont, Belmont— D. Wilson, W. Barons, D. 
Groat, R. Taylor, M. Whitney, R. Farquhar. 

No. 192, OriUia, Orillia— L. D. Groome, J. W. Davies, J. W. 
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No. 193, Scotland, Scotland — E. R. Porteous, B. Allison, H. 
Rock. 

No. 194, Petrolia, Petrolia— R. W. Bygrove, W. McCallum, 
W. Williams, R. Cox, R. Cuthbertson, 

No. 195, Tuscan, London— W. L. Dunn, K. G. Hessel, L. 
T. A. Langford, M. R. Muir, R. E. Pennington, C. C. Smith, J. 
J. Talman, H. L. Martyn. 

No. 196, Madawaska, Arnprior — H. Barr, D. Jump. 

No. 197, Saugeen, Walkerton — P. S. MacKenzie. 

No. 200, St. Alban's, Mount Forest — F. Imholze, C. 
Patterson, J. A. E. King, R. E. Davies, C. Johnson, H. J. Corley, 
V. Small, D. MacEachern, D. Hopkins, J. D. Lemaich, G. Eccles, 
A. Young, J. Corley, A. J. Woods, W. Hilk, H. L. Martyn, J. A. 
Irvine. 

No. 201, Leeds, Gananoque — E. Richardson, T. Hammond, 
R. Lappan, C. K. MacKenzie, A. Wheeler. 

No. 203, Irvine, Elora — F. Harrison, E. A. Thomson. 

No. 205, New Dominion, New Hamburg — S. Cook, F. D. 
Weir, A. V. Harris, D. R. Coxson, A. E. Wilhelm. 

No. 207, Lancaster, Lancaster — D. F. MacRae. 

No. 209, Evergreen, Lanark — W. Kerr. 

No. 209a, St. John's, London— R. E. Monck, T. R. Powell, 
F. W. Pritchett, J. A. Irvine, A. C. Whitmore, C. G. Phipps, D. 

C. Ling, H. T. Gale. 

No. 215, Lake, Ameliasburg — C. McFaul, H. J. Weese. 

No. 216, Harris, Orangeville — J. E. Robertson, J. H. Greason, 
H. M. Brown, D. R. Brown, C. D. M. Van Norman, H. 
Cruikshank, R. G. Houghton. 

No. 217, Frederick, Delhi— C. Swain, E. Mabee, C. 
Mclrvine. 

No. 218, Stevenson, Toronto — A. R. Gebauer, G. R. Newell, 
E. J. Byers, W. H. Kent, J. A. Newell, J. Moore, J. R. Dempster, 

D. M. Wilson, A. W. Spink, J. H. Cook, F. W. D. Welham, F. 
C. Hedges, J. T. Wallace, C. W. Andrews, A. C. Gandy, B. B. 
Foster. 

No. 219, Credit, Georgetown— F. E. Johnson, J. Long, P. C. 
Armstrong, R. S. McMaster, W. R. Lawson, W. E. Wilson, I. G. 
Noble. 

No. 220, Zeredatha, Uxbridge— M. McKnight, M. D. 
Feasby, V. L. Bailey, W. J. Morgan, L. J. Kydd. 

No. 221, Mountam, Thorold— R. W. McGilvray, R. 
Mackintosh, A. K. Campbell, F. H. Cowan, D. M. Easter. 

No. 222, Marmora, Marmora— B. Bell, C. Fox, E. Killian, C. 
H. Buskard, R. E. Neal, V. Glover. 

No. 223, Norwood, Norwood — C. MacMillan, D. A. McNeil, 
J. Auckland, R. E. Begg. 

No. 224, Huron, Hensall— D. Cooper, J. Consitt, C. D. Hay. 

No. 225, Bernard, Listowel — B. Steenson, B. Smith, D. 
Brillinger, B. Hastings. 

No. 228, Prince Arthur, Odessa— W. A. K. Currie, C. G. 
Sararas, R. T. Heath, A. W. Thain. 



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No. 229, Ionic, Brampton— P. R. Engel, R. Holmes, G. 
Weaver. J. A. McCleave, F. F. Wilcox, J. G. Thompson, W. A. 
Campbell. G. Read, J. R. Porter, A. Bell. F. Fannin, B. B. 
Foster. W. K. Bailey, E. G. Dixon. 

No. 230, Kerr, Barrie— S. S. Cameron, J. McBeth, F. V. 
Robinson, A. Strang, E. Mayes, L. Crook, F. G. McConkey, G. O. 
Smith. D. W. Emms. 

No. 231, Lodge of Fidelity, Ottawa — G. W. Harrison, R. 
Templeton. O. E. Andrew, W. P. Ford. 

No. 232, Cameron, Dutton— G. J. Welch, A. MacFarlane, 

B. A. Clements, J. U. Brown, J. S. McWiHiam, H. Smith. 

No. 233, Doric, Parkhill— B. Eberly, R. Turner, C. Hodgins. 

No. 234, Beaver, Tliombury — K. Teed, M. McKechnie. 

No. 235, Aldworth, Paisley — L. B. Evans. 

No. 236, Manitoba, Cookstown — A. H. Altman, J. A. 
McCullough, M. Webb, G. Henry, R. K. Elliott, J. Pearson, C. 
Reid. 

No. 237, Vienna, Vienna — J. Froggett, H. Grant, L. Walsh, 
L. Chute, J. Petrie, L. Cowan. 

No. 238, Havelock, Watford— R. Day, Jr., R. Wallis, G. C. 
Searson, R. F. Wallis, D. Wilson, R. McVicar. 

No. 239, Tweed, Tweed— J. J. Paquette. 

No. 242, Macoy, Mallorytown— H. Elliott, H. L. Scott. 

No. 243, St. George, St. George — K. Goodbrand, J. Paterson, 

C. Parsons, G. Steedman, F. Johnson. O. Lyons, H. L. Martyn. 

No. 245, Tecumseh, Thamesville — H. L. Campbell, E. A. 
Bedford, M. G. Bowyer, G. Robertson, H. A. Cameron, C. D. 
Krieger, G. A. Savage, J. L. Winter, B. B. Foster, J. Rhijnsburger. 

No. 247, Ashlar, Toronto — G. R. Wallace, J. B. Heath, R. J. 
Watson, R. O. Graham, J. F. Stewart, K. C. Legge, G. B. Wily, R. 
W. Cross, E. V. Ralph, G. G. Bailey, S. C. Riste. 

No. 249, Caledonian, Midland— J. J. Robins, D. F. Powell, 

F. Whiteman. 

No. 250, Thistle, Embro — E. Harper, A. G. McCorquodale, 
J. J. McKay, B. McCall, A. C. MacKinnon, C. L. Dawdy. 

No. 253, Minden, Kingston — M. F. Neumann, D. D. Reid, 
H. C. Seeker, A. Saxton. 

No. 254, CUfton, Niagara Falls— J. R. Graham, H. G. 
Langfield, H. Drury. 

No. 255, Sydenham, Dresden — H. M. Dunlop, W. J. Foster, 

G. Daly, T. Whitson, B. B. Foster. 

No. 257, Gait, Cambridge— R. E. Whetham, R. G. Black, J. 
S. Hudson, B. S. Freer, F. C. Ackert, W. L. Haney, R. D. Law, W. 
K. Bailey. 

No. 258, Guelph, Guelph— J. S. Murley, E. G. Britton, H. C. 
Towler, W. M. Wilkie, J. Pos, G. J. Powell, J. A. Faulkner. 

No. 259, Springfield, Springfield — L. Simpson, S. Babcock, 
T. J. Hume, O. Cawthra. 

No. 260, Washington, Petrolia — J. Towles, H. McCracken, W. 
Hackett. 

No. 261, Oak Branch, Innerkip — W. A. Chesney, Sr. 

No. 262, Harriston, Harriston — S. M. Lawless, D. Aitchison, 
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No. 263, Forest, Forest— B. Cooper, G. Miller. 

No. 264, Chaudiere, Ottawa— W. H. Van Sickle, S. A. 
McGuial, E. Birnie, A. T. Boden. 

No. 265, Patterson, Thornhill — N. G. McDonald, D. S. A. 
Baker, W. R. Keiller, R. C. Morton, A. M. Mahood, G. H. 
Loxton, R. T. Moore, W. K. Bailey. 

No. 266, Northern Light, Stayner — W. Clemence, J. Pace, 
W. A. Blackburn, P. Lovelock, T. Borthwick. 

No. 267, Parthenon, Chatham — J. Neill, G. Lawton, J. E. 
Brown, F. Bowers, R. Montgomery, S. Reeve, W. Daniels, B. B. 
foster, J. E. Wice. 

No. 268, Verulam, Bobcaygeon — W. Brotherston, K. G. 
Gordon, A. G. Oliver. 

No. 269, Brougham Union, Claremont — J. Connell, B. 
Lehman, L. Pugh, H. Hopkins, W. Johnston. 

No. 270, Cedar, Oshawa — W. M. Broadbent, D. McCullough, 
R. Porter, R. Jones, W. E. Baker, H. S. Palmer, H. L. Gay, O. G. 
Robertson. 

No. 271, Wellington, Erin — J. A. Colquhoun, J. Graham, H. 
Copeland, H. P. O'SuUivan, C. Weddell, J. D. Butcher, W. K. 
Bailey. 

No. 272, Seymour, Ancaster — J. McDougall, W. J. Found. 

No. 274, Kent, Blenheim — J. P. Shewburg. 

No. 276, Teeswater, Teeswater — J. MacLean, C. Thompson, 
L. J. DeZeeuw. 

No. 277, Seymour, St. Catharines— J. H. Smyth, R. M. 
Gatenby, N. Mosuik, J. R. Payette, T. R. Adams, B. E. Schaab. 

No 279, New Hope, Cambridge— G. N. F. Bloomfield, R. 
Haddow, W. S. McVittie, A. T. Prestwich, H. Falle. 

No. 282, Lome, Glencoe — L. Thomicroft, H. W. Bauer, G. 
E. May, A. H. Moore, A. O. McKellar, B. B. Foster. 

No. 283, Eureka, Belleville— R. M. Chaplin, F. W. Hosking, 
M. R. Davidson, A. J. Meens, D. E. Plumpton, W. K. Bailey. 

No. 284, St. John's, Brussels— W. Shortreed, M. Watts, N. 
Hoover, C. Krauter, G. Hazlewood, W. J. TurnbuU. 

No. 285, Seven Star, Alliston— S. M. Miskey, J. McKnight, 
L. J. Wood, A. B. Mancini. 

No. 286, Wingham, Wingham— J. T. Goodall, C. Campbell, 
N. Keating, A. Robertson. 

No. 287, Shuniah, Thunder Bay— H. T. Walsh, R. W. 
FaithfuU. 

No. 289, Doric, Lobo — D. Watkins, M. Campbell, J. 
Sharman, A. R. Ferguson, M. Gilbert, J. S. Merrifield. 

No. 290, Leamington, Leamington — R. E. Reid, D. Palmer, 
R. Travers, G. Meuser, A. L Wilson, D. C. Wilkinson, J. F. 
Bowman, R. C. Willan, J. V. Brown, E. P. Stephens, H. F. Plumb, 
E. Hartwick. 

No. 291, Dufferin, West Flamboro— L. C. Collins, H. C. 
Lord. 

No. 292, Robertson, King City — W. Fournier, W. James, D. 
Wolffers, J. Garbutt, G. Jennings, R. Rickward, E. Jennings, W. 
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No. 294, Moore, Courtright— A. W. Cutbush, W. K. Fleet, 
C. M. Hunter. A. S. McClemens, E. L. Clysdale, J. H. Clysdale, J. 

A. Turner, W. J. Richardson. 

No. 295, Conestogo, Drayton — R. L. Fletcher, J. Thompson, 

F. Noble, F. B. Johnson, M. Hammond, G. H. Walker, I. 
Schneider, R. Scheick. 

No. 296, Temple, St. Catharines — A. Kennedy, W. L. Misener, 
H. D. MacPherson, G. A. Harrison, W. F. Vaughn. 

No. 297, Preston, Cambridge — D. C. Johnson, G. F. Sturdy, 
W. S. McVittie. 

No. 299, Victoria, Centreville — A. Burgess, H. Brown, M. 
Jackson, W. Scott, D. Brown, R. Hoad. 

No. 300, Mount Olivet, Thorndale — A. Jaynes, M. Piper, 
C. G. Smuck, J. C. Sutherland, J. C. Bere, W. J. Deller, R. A. 
Jones. 

No. 302, St. David's, St. Thomas — E. L. Ferguson, R. W. 
McDonald, P. R. Locke, C. A. Moore, F. Longthorne, J. R. 
Erickson. 

No. 303, BIyth, Blyth— C. Coultes. 

No. 304, Minerva, Stroud — R, Bridge, W. Browning, J. 
Kimberley, R. Black, L. Jack, D. Campbell, W. Gibbins, G. Todd, 
C. Robertson. 

No. 305, Humber, Weston— W. E. Dietrich, G. Delong, J. 
Scarr, G. R. Bennett, J. A. Case, H. J. Donaldson, A. R. Keown, 
N. A. Plumstead, H. N. Seal, C. O. Sedore, T. R. Simpson, A. H. 
Thorn. 

No. 306, Durham, Durham — N. Robinson, K. Hooper, F. 
Arnett, J. Hooper, D. Hooper, A. Wilton, A. McCuaig, J. 
Armstrong, H. E. McNaughton. 

No. 307, Arkona, Arkona— H. Hall, T. Griffiths, C. Batten, 

G. Edwards, C. J. Rowland, F. Sercombe, L. Brown, F. Muma. 

No. 309, Morning Star, Carlow— G. Fowler, D. MacKay, W. 
Stiles, T. Eedy, E. Graham, C. McCue, A. H. Stoll. 

No. 311, Blackwood, Woodbridge — S. Rowntree, A. Prowse, 
C. Frankum, F. D. Julian, G. L. McGillivray, W. A. C. Darker, 
J. W. Roe, A. E. Kearney, W. R. Scott, C. H. Watts, G. H. Troyer, 
M. Campbell, P. S. MacKenzie, M. C. Hooper. 

No. 312, Pnyx, WaUaceburg — D. Matthews, M. Duffus, J. 
Burnett, H. Gamble, E. Rikley, E. Steen. 

No. 313, dementi, Lakefield — S. E. Lonsberry, J. P. 
Creighton. 

No. 314, Blair, Palmerston— W. G. Speers, C. Wilhelm, R. 
Bramhill, H. J. MacDonald, J. D. Dyer. 

No. 315, CUfford, Clifford— A. van Hoorn, B. Auger, B. 
Harkness, S. Boyd, J. Ferguson, L. Murray, D. Hallman, A. 
Filsinger, D. Murray, J. Ferguson, G. White, J. Gerrie, J. Douglas. 

No. 316, Doric, Toronto— S. C. Griffiths, L. B. Smart, K. 

B. Rowe, R. J. Chamberlin, D. B. Freure, R. J. Del Genio, D. C. 
Bradley, A. J. Collins, J. Leedham, S. Hamilton, W. T. Overend. 

No. 318, Wilmot, Baden— J. M. Baird, D. V. Hyndman, 
No. 319, Hiram, Hagersville— O. Dell, R. Shoup, O. Sayer, 
W. Brooks. 

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No. 321, Walker, Acton — R. Knapton, G. Hargrave, J. 
Carpenter, M. Blow, R. Thompson, L. E. Youngblut, A. C. 
Patterson, A, J. Buchanan, H. L. Ritchie, R. H. Elliott, C. D. 
Anderson. 

No. 322, North Star, Owen Sound— W. A. Strutt, A. F. 
Gordon, S. C. Dunbar. 

No. 323, AIvinstoD, Alvioston — D. McLachlan, I. J. 
Armstrong. 

No. 324, Temple, Hamilton— N. S. Webb, R. Irish, D. 
Creasy, A. H. Mellanby, J. Devitt, H. Cox, D. W. Gathers, H. 
Hicks. 

No. 325, Orono, Orono — K. Schoenmaker, T. Henderson, W. 
Bailey. 

No. 326, Zetland, Toronto— K. W. Heans, R. V. Millar. R. 

E. Baylis, H. C. Jackson, H. L. Hastie, B. C. Burden, R. de 
Comeille, A. C. Ashforth. 

No. 327, Hammond, Wardsville — G. Purdy, M. Archer, R, 
Bowles. 

No. 328, Ionic, Napier — S. C. Rowe, F. Payne, R. Denning, 
K. Lightfoot, B. Patterson. 

No. 329, King Solomon, Jards — H. Knowles, R. Welt, W. 
Keen, E. Welt, F. Walker, O. C. Dell. 

No. 330, Corinthian, London — J. K. Watson, T. L. D. 
Hedger, W. Pugh, W. E. Bradt, J. R. Kilpatrick, J. H. Watson, 
G. P. Suter, J. W. Bradt, J. T. Brown, J. Hessey, W. F. Botham, 
S. Foxhall, R. V. West, J. P. Smuck, A. G. Smuck, D. S. Morton, 
C. G. Smuck. 

No. 331, Fordwich, Fordwich — L. Nickel, D, King, W. 
Cooper, M. Inglis. 

No. 332, Stratford, Stratford— P. D. Armstrong, J. R. Snider, 

F. Dodds, W. B. May, R. L. Macaulay, D. J. Blatchford. 

No. 333, Prince Arthur, Flesherton — J, McWilliam, H. A. 
Tucker, N. Jackson. 

No. 334, Prince Arthur, Arthur — G. Wilson, W. McClennan, 
R. Dixon, L. Brown, W. O. Burnett, L. Flewelling, P. C. McTavish, 
C. T. Hynd, E. Workman. 

No. 336, Highgate, Highgate — A. Kerr, E. Gosnell, J. Spence, 
P. Lalonde, A. Dickson, H. Ashton, A. Fenton, S. E. Stevenson. 

No. 337, Myrtle, Port Robinson — J. Whitwell, J. McGuire, R. 
Biggar, F. Ursacki, L, C. EUer. 

No. 338, Dufferin, Wellandport — N. Jones, L. Richardson, 
R. Smith, G. Harris, J. Rigg, J. Weidmark. 

No. 339, Orient, Toronto— H. Harper, G. Goodall, R. 
Ferguson, T. R. Coates, G. B. Craigie, K. L. Bellamy, R. Ferguson, 
N. Helm, G. A. Cameron, H. L. Martyn. 

No. 341, Bruce, Tiverton — C. J. Whelen, D. Manary, A. 
Susak, W. Campbell, D. A. McArthur, E. F. Frey. 

No. 343, Georgina, Toronto — P. J. Waltier, R, E. Gibson, 
C. E. Drew, P. W. Davies, J. V. Trebell, E. R. Davies, S. Gilmore, 
J. L. Mellor, B. F. Wiggins, A. B. Ferguson, B. M. Kent, J. A. 
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No. 344, Merrill, Dorchester— D. A. Chambers, K. G. 
Thorpe, P. V. J. Hale, L. J. Gent, H. W. Parkes, J. C. Spry, R. J. 
Morris. 

No, 345, Nilestown, Nilestown — F. S. Lilliman, I. D. 
Parkinson, H. C. Banks, N. L. Lansdell, G. M. Kirkpatrick, A. G. 
Lavvson. 

No. 346, Occident, Toronto — A. H. Brooks, T. L. Jones, D. 
Ross, J. Berry, H. McBride, H. B. Hutchins, C. W. Emmett, R. G. 
Loftus, G. Sanford, G. G. Bonney, J. D. Fraser, W. K. Bailey, 
E. W. Nancekivell, H, L. Martyn. 

No. 347, Mercer, Fergus — J. L. Carter. 

No. 348, Georgian, Midland— E. B. Tupling, V. Farrow, C. S. 
Wice. 

No. 352, Granite, Parry Sound— S. L. Tonkin, H. R. 
Constable, W. H. Gerhart. 

No. 354, Brock, Cannington — C. McPhail, T. H. Southern. 

No. 356, River Park, Streetsvllle— G. H. Heuft, N. C. Martin, 
H. W. Burton, G. R. Bruce, K. E. O'Connor, W. D. Colliver, T. 
H. Emmans, A. J. Grosvenor, S. V. Meakings, M. A. Ackland, 
D. N. Gardner, A. K. Boehnke, E. C. Gerhart, E. F. Bevis. 

No. 357, Waterdown, Millgrove — M. R. Sheppard, G. 
Phillips, K. Sheppard, J. W. Robson, J. D. Harmer, D. A. Aggus, 
J. N. Creen, J. F. Griffin, W. F. Douglas, W. K. Bailey. 

No. 358, Delaware Valley, Delaware — R. McTaggart, D. 
J. M. Smith, F. McKay. 

No. 359, Vittoria, Vittoria— J. E. Tiller, W. Moore, H. 
Hutchinson, N. Card. 

No. 360, Muskoka, Bracebridge — B. G. Roberts, J. G. 
Hillman, T. W. Pierce, W. J. R. McKay, S. Einarson, G. S. 
Brooks, M. Beathime, G. G. Pinkham. 

No. 361, Waverley, Guelph— R. G. Piatt, W. H. Atkinson, A. 
M. Ogg, R. G. Stephens, N. R. Richards, J. B. Hunter, W. J. 
Cowan, R. H. Ellis. 

No. 362, Maple Leaf, Tara— D. Archibald, A. Funston, G. 
Mathias, G. Monkman, E. Saker, N. D. Sinclair. 

No. 364, Dufferin, Melbourne — J. C. McLean, J. A. 
McGugan, R. C. McLean, R. S. Hathaway, B. G. McLean, W. C. 
Wolfe, G. D. Hardy. 

No. 367, St. George, Toronto — R. S. Fergusson, A. Turner, 
D. J. Dixon, A. R. Carrothers, A. Hargreaves, G. F. Emmett, M. 
J. Damp, A. W. Henry, J. Chatwell. 

No. 368, Salem, Brockvllle — O. H. Francis, H. Godby. 

No. 369, Mimico, Etobicoke — W. B. Patterson, A. Ranson, R. 
D. McAuley, W. M. Creech, R. C. Marshall, C. D. Cuthbert, D. 
W. Forrester, R. R. Gould, J. E. Fenning, H. N. Clark. 

No. 370, Harmony, Delta — L. Wykes, F. Dinner, R. Niblock, 
D. Elliott, H. O. Polk. 

No. 371, Prince of Wales, Ottawa— W. B. Bolton, N. D. 
Kinkaid, K. G. Willing, C. Tapley. 

No. 372, Palmer, Fort Erie— G. E. Cornell, R. E. Gardiner, 
C. K. Souder, F. A. Sanders, J. A. Foster, R. J. Armstrong. 

No. 373, Cope-stone, Welland— R. R. Wikston, A. Mocsan, 
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No. 374, Keene, Keene — A. E. Mather, J. Sexsmith, F. Lucas, 
W. Braden, W. H. Millar, R. Fife, J. R. Stuart, F. Gall, W. A. 
Nelson. 

No. 375, Lome, Omemee — R. Fee, J. S. Veals. 

No. 376, Unity, Huntsville— W. D. Ham, E. Sisel, S. J. 
Goodwin, M. Hayward. 

No. 377, Lome, Shelburne— G. Bell, R. J. Hicks, G. C. 
Hunt, L. C. Shields, C. E. Gillis, J. A. Doney, T. H. McGhee, E. 
B. Robinson, W. M. Newell. 

No. 378, King Solomon's, London — D. W. Hamilton, J. A. 
Bowey, A. J. Webster, C. M. McArthur, E. G, Rudd, J. F. 
Higgins. 

No. 379, Middlesex, Bryanston — D. W. Tripp, A. F. 
Bannister, R. Needham, L. Ironside, D. Lamond, G. McRoberts, 
A. Johnson, R. Shoebottom, R. McCuUough, R. Saunders, N. 
Watterton. 

No. 380, Union, London— G. E. Hobbs, E. S. P. Carson, C. 
R. Hatt, J. W. Carson, E. T. Read, R. E. Tillson, J. W. N. 
Roulston, W. R. Knight, C. F. MacKewn, F. M. McNie, N. L. 
Allen, T. H. Sait, D. Hunter, H. L. Hillis, J. C. H. Harris, B. C. 
Welch, J. B. Carson, A. F. Stewart, M. Andrews, N. H. Lowry, C. 

F. Miller, J. G. Thar, L. Jacobs, G. E. Hobbs. 

No. 382, Doric, Hamilton — G. A. MacKinnon, R. H. 
McMaster, W. H. Bailey, D. Coupar, A. E. Jenner, E. J. 
McCarthy, A. W. Watson. 

No. 383, Henderson, Winchester — C. Scott, W. Tripp, F. M. 

03.SS 

No. 384, Alpha, Toronto — A. Williamson, D. Parry, W. 
Bell. J. Caldwell, P. de Karwin, J. Maben, D. Torrens, V. Brereton, 

G. Thompson, D. Robertson, W. H. Brown, H. R. Kennedy, O. E. 
Kennedy. 

No. 385, Spry, Beeton — L. Brandridge, H. Robinson. 

No. 386, McColl, West Lome — D. Staddon, J. Payne, A. 
McLarty, D. L. Pearce, J. A. Ross, Jr. 

No. 387, Lansdowne, Lansdowne — A. Nash, H. Trueman, E. 
Nash. 

No. 388, Henderson, Dderton— W. A. Rushton, E. Hord, G. 
Mitchell. 

No. 389, Crystal Fountain, North Augusta — T. Bourret, 

No. 390, Florence, Florence — L. Bilton, L. Elliott. 

No. 391, Howard, Ridgetown — A. W. Overfield, R. F. Fuller. 
J. C. Spilsbury, B. B. Foster, W. N. Armstrong, D. J. Mclntyre, 
G. E. Newcombe, J. Raine, H. E. Smith. 

No. 392, Huron, Camlachie — R. C. Wright, D. Latam, D. 
S. Jackson, J. F. Armstrong, J. R. Buchanan, F. L. LeNeve. 

No. 394, King Solomon, Thamesford — A. E. Matheson, J. 
McRae. C. Neve, J. Chamings, J. M. Taylor, E. Richardson, T. 
R. Nancekivell. 

No. 395, Parvaim, Comber — G. Warnock. 

No. 396, Cedar, Wiarton— W. Stewart, D. R. Davidson, A. 
E. Hardman, S. MacKinnon, G. Boyd. 

No. 397, Leopold, Brigden— R. Wilson, A. Wanner, R. S. 
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No. 398, Victoria, Kirkfield— A. R. MacQuarrie, P. W. 
Imrie, W. Fairley, L. S. MacPherson, R. L. Dunn, J Hughes, G. 
V. Grant, M. W. McKenzie. 

No. 399, Moffat, Harrietsville— W. Pigram, C. Hoyle, R. 
Marsh, K. Longfield, G. Corless, J. Hoyle, L. Jamieson, W. Walker. 
W. A. Small. 

No. 400, OakvUIe, Oakville— H. G. McKillop, O. A. Ling, 
S. L. Solomon. 

No. 401, Craig, Deseronto — T. J. McAlister, P. Aman, B. 
Portt, E. Gustafson, B. M. Huyck, J. W. Glen, W. A. English, K. 
M. Eraser, Sr., C. Gray, M. R. Hill. 

No. 402, Central, Essex — M. Eletcher, R. Bonneau, R. 
McCagherty, L. W. Potter, T. E. Weaver, R. W. Sweetman. 

No. 403, Windsor, Windsor — G. Mackinnon, W. Copeland, 
J. Napier, C. Hill, G. Haydon, A. Kerr, A. Shaw. 

No. 404, Lome, Tamworth — A. A. Carscallen, F. Howes. 

No. 405, Mattawa, Mattawa— E. T. Elliott, G. L. Maxwell. 

No. 406, The Spry, Fenelon Falls— J. A. Palmer, A. T. 
Smitheram, J. R. Nesbitt. 

No. 408, Murray, Beaverton— D. G. Bell, T. Hobbs, W. L. 
Douglas. 

No. 409, Golden Rule, Gravenhurst— W. K. Alton, O. 
Finnson, H. B. Hampson, R. L. Duncan, E. Matches, W. Mallett. 

No. 410, Zeta, Toronto— A. Hogg, S. Dick, J. Crumb, C. R. 
Sidock, W. S. McNeil, R. D. Thomson, F. R. Branscombe, H. F. 
Bromwich, A. M. Smith, J. L. Nornabell, W. C. Ure, P. A. Camp, 
J. A. Rayner, D. G. Lyons. 

No. 411, Rodney, Rodney— C, L Black, A. Cipu, J. C. 
Lyttle. 

No 412, Keystone, Sault Ste. Marie— H. H. Evans, N. A. 
Swaffield, A. Y. Broughton, L. G. Shier. 

No. 413, Naphtali, Tilbury— J. R. Barr, G. Ludwig, C. 
Brown, G. Heil. 

No. 414, Pequonga, Kenora — G. A. Fitzgerald, G. Percy. 

No. 415, Fort WilUam, Thunder Bay— R. Urban, P. H. Buhr. 

No. 416, Lyn, Lyn — G. Gilmer. 

No. 417, Keewatin, Keewatin — G. Percy. 

No. 419, Liberty, Sarnia — W. B. Dixon, S. K. Hitchcock, J. 
Hopkins, R. Cossitt, A. Milner, C. Johnson, H. MacDougall, B. 
Pettit, H. Walters. 

No. 420, Nipissing, North Bay — J. Cullis, J. L. Runnalls. 

No. 421, Scott, Grand Valley— T. Eberts, W. G. White, R. 
H. West, W. West. 

No. 422, Star of the East, Bothwell— A. Cutler, W. Emerick, 
D. Johnston, G. McDonald, 

No. 423, Strong, Sundridge — R. W. Bennett. 

No. 424, Doric, Pickering— J. W. Gillies, T. Shand, W. 
Downie, C. E. Morley, W. T. Overend, L. M. Morley, F. Simons, 

C. Balsdon, R. A. Murison, H. S. Anderson, R. D. Rahmer, A. W. 
Wright, L. C. White, E. C. Green, J. D. Smith, W. H. Craig, G. 
S. Montgomery, R. Bodley, A. Edmonds, N. Houston, J. D. Pugh, 

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No. 425, St. Clair, Sombra— P. R. Naylor, B. J. Harding, J. 
A. Templeton. 

No. 426, Stanley, Toronto — R. A. Hardwick, J. F. A. Beck, 
S. Bateman, A. T. Hume, L. C. Huntley, G. E. Poyner, P. J. 
Liscumb, R. W. Smith, S. J. Maddock, A. C. Watson, A. 
Aggerholm. K. C. Miller, E. E. Calladine. 

No. 427, Nickel, Sudbury— W. E. McVittie, M. Coulter, J. R. 
Home, A. E. Waller, A. Roseborough, W. J. Noble, J. D. Innes. 

No. 428, Fidelity, Port Perry — J. Fallis, C. Williams, W. J. 
Carnegie, J. Marlow. 

No. 429, Port Elgin, Port Elgin— O. Crozier, F. R. 
Weatherdon, H. Morrow. 

No. 430, Acacia, Toronto — G. Coutts, R. Meyer, E. Balfour, 
J. Collins, S. W. Skinner, J. A. Smith, F. Pickering, G. Reynolds, 
V. H. Perry, W. A. Joyce, H. May, R. D. Robertson, A. Hill, A. J. 
Matthews, K. J. Cohoon, D. N. Powrie, G. Leslie. 

No. 431, Moravian, Cargill — B. Elphick, L. Keyes, J. 
Wrightson. 

No. 432, Hanover, Hanover — L. D. Davis, D. Hoist, E. J. 
Scarborough, A. Morrison. 

No. 433, Bonnechere, Eganville — C. M. Mclntyre. 

No. 434, Algonquin, Emsdale — F. E. Whiteman, J. E. 
Meikle. 

No. 435, Havelock, Havelock — R. D. Buchanan. 

No. 436, Burns, Hepworth — L. McCuUoch, W. Spencer, G. 
Cruickshank, D. Kreutzwiser. 

No. 437, Tuscan, Sarnia — G. Titus, G. Walker, D. Townsend, 
F. Bennett, K. L. Luther, T. Janes, W. Davies. 

No. 438, Harmony, Thomhill— D. S. Cody, E. Barbour. 

No. 439, Alexandria, Alexandria — -N. MacLeod. 

No. 440, Arcadia, Minden — H. Alton, V. Ross, R. Austin. 

No. 442, Dyment, Thessalon — A. M. Henderson. 

No. 443, Powassan, Powassan — W. H. Mather. 

No. 444, Nitetis, Creemore — T. W. Montgomery, J. M. 
Heslip, W. J. Young. 

No. 445, Lake of the Woods, Kenora — G. A. Fitzgerald. 

No. 446, Granite, Fort Frances — S. Melnychuk. 

No. 447, Sturgeon Falls, Sturgeon Falls — A. J. Stewart, G. C. 
Warren, R. Fenton, E. Rosene. 

No. 448, Xenophon, Wheatley— R. Getty, W. E. Dales, H. 
Walker, W. Stickney, R. W. Mills. 

No. 449, Dundalk, Dundalk — J. Armour, M. Eraser, T. C. 
Oldfield, F. D. Macintyre, D. E. Ritchie, A. Inkster, C. Moore, L. 
Watson, D. Aitchison, J. Fraser, N. Campbell, I. Holley, F. Dales, 
L. Fraser, G. McNalty, H. Ellis, H. Ritz, K. Murphy, V. Scutt, 
L. Inglis. 

No. 450, Hawkesbury, Hawkesbury — ^W. T. R. Hay. 

No. 451, Somerville, Kinmount — B. Austin, A. Brown. 

No. 452, Avonmore, Avonmore — W. D. Wiseman. 

No. 453, Royal, Thunder Bay — F. Krautstrunk. 

No. 454, Corona, Burks Falls — N. Sedore. 

No. 455, Doric, Little Current — B. A. Gordon, L. J. Kerr, 
W. C. McDougall, L. G. Lowrie, L. H. Peck. 



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No. 456, Elma, Monkton— K. Flynn, V. Willis, E. A. 
Thomson. 

No. 457, Century, Merlin— E. Logan, R. Smith, B. B. Foster. 

No. 458, Wales, Long Sault — R. Forest-Jones. 

No. 459, Cobden, Cobden— R. Peever, S. Black, D. Costello. 

No. 460, Rideau, Seeley's Bay — J. G. Neddow, H. Freeman. 

No. 462, Temiskaming, New Liskeard — W. S. Lavery, W. 
A. Bowman. 

No. 463, North Entrance, Haliburton — W. Gliddon, E. 
Roberton, W. Webb, J. Taylor, M. Agnew. 

No. 464, King Edward, Sunderland — P. Myers, K. Balsdon, 
H. Burgess, G. Pinkham, S. Bailey. 

No. 465, Carleton, Carp — R. E. Rowland, G. R. Vallentyne. 

No. 466, Coronation, Elmvale — A. Settle, D. Nelson, J. 
Tinney, W. Turner, J. Boyle, G. Hofmann, R. Hutchinson, E. 
Thurlow, R. Ritchie, W. F. Robertson, J. Ferguson, K. McAuley, 
W. Clement. E. Campbell. 

No. 468, Peel, Caledon East— W. E. Jefferson, B. E. Watson, 
J. G. Appleby, K. M, Baker, E. C. D. Patterson, H. F. Noble, 
J. S. Veals, W. B. Cannon, C. H. Watson, H. L. Martyn. 

No. 469, Algoma, Sault Ste. Marie— G. Pedersen, P. E. 
Paskins, W. J. L. Weeks, G. Y. Masters, K. R. Elliott, R. A. 
Meeks, W. L. Wright. 

No. 470, Victoria, Victoria Harbour — D. Wright, J. Tumber, 
Jr., R. Richardson. 

No. 471, King Edward VII, Chippawa— H. Thurlow. 

No. 472, Gore Bay, Gore Bay— R. J. Galbraith, L. McDougal, 
S. W. Gordon. 

No. 473, The Beaches, Scarborough— W. Park, C. Hill, J. 
Hogg, E. H. T. Roberts, G. C. K. Arnold, D. E. Langstone, W. 
Manning, N. L. Dixon. 

No. 474, Victoria, Toronto — G. A. Cooper, J. F. Healey, C. 
L Dennis, A. M. Sinclair, G. R. Marshall, V. O. Ball, F. Hems, 
A. W. Lord, W. D. Kirkland, A. H. Rogers, W. K. Rowntree, O. 
E. Rice, W. A. Matthews, C. V. Fleury, A, K. Kean, P. A. Jerman, 
A. O. Wilson, D. L. Weaver. 

No. 475, Dundum, Hamilton — R, Brough, R. Love, G. G. 
Wilkes. 

No. 476, Corinthian, North Gower — C. Hamilton, H. Greer. 

No. 477, Harding, Woodville — H. Wackernagel, G. Murray, 
H. Imrie. R. Gorrill, B. Wilson. 

No. 479, Russell, RusseU— G. Stanley. 

No. 481, Corinthian, Toronto— N. S. Crone, J. A. Box, J. 
A. Crone, F. B. J. Marconi, H. L. Martyn, F. R. Sargent, J. B. 
Stevenson, J. C. Walton. 

No. 482, Bancroft, Bancroft — F. Brethour, M, McGillivray, 
G. Fresque, H. E. Fetch, 

No. 483, Granton, Granton— W. D. Schaefer, P. S. Hodgins, 
D. W. Brine, J. B, Bryan, A. Gartenburg, W. B. German, A. R. 
Hobbs, J. W. Miller, W. Morley, R. G. Munro, G. Nixon, G. 
Squire, J. M. Switzer, A. E. Watson. 

No. 485, Haileybury, Haileybury — C. Sweetman, J. L. 
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No. 486, Silver, Cobalt— M. E. Sadler, W. L. Pacey. 

No. 487, Penewobikong, Blind River — E. Aubertin, V. 
Peterson. 

No. 488, King Edward, Harrow — ^W. Mountain, B. C. 
Martin, H. R. Peacey, W. I. Findlay, F. L. Wood, A. Grant, 
R. S. Montgomery, D. Martin, M. Richai'dson, C. Huffman, E. 
Richardson, W. G. Sellars, W. Murdoch, J. C. Fawdry, C. 
Brinacombe, B. C. Martin, 

No. 489, Osiris, Smith's Falls— J. W. Stoddart, W. K. Bailey, 
E. G. Dixon, F. Fairfield, W. H. Oattes, G. P. Stewart. 

No. 490, Hiram, Markdale— H. Halbert, W. G. Ellison, J. C. 
Coultes. 

No. 491, Cardinal, Cardinal— J. Grant. 

No. 492, Karnak, Coldwater— H. J. Smith, J. P. Waterson. 

No. 494, Riverdale, Toronto — N. Kinney, R. Pettafor, C. 
Craig, C. M. Rawson, R. J. A. Young, G. J. Boutilier, N. M. 
Harman, R. Mcllroy, H. L. Martyn. 

No. 495, Electric, Hamilton— B. F. Mills, J. G. Hamilton, H. 
L. Martyn, E. G. Dixon, W. Hoyle, A. Batten, C. L. Dawdy. 

No. 496, University, Toronto — B. LeGresley, K. W. 
Hagerman, C. S. Gulston, W. C. Hooper, J. H. Fox, W. C. Cuttell, 
H. A. Blanchard, G. McClure, C. S. Argyle, N. E. Byrne, E. E. 
Maynard, D. E. O'Connell, C. A. Sankey, J. J. Talman, E. G. 
Dixon, W. K. Bailey, J. L. Runnalls. 

No. 497, St. Andrew's, Arden— E. Fox, A. Cox, S. Hughes. 

No. 498, King George V, Coboconk — R. Bryant, C. Godwin, 
W. H. Saunders. 

No. 499, Port Arthur, Thunder Bay — D. W. Brown. 

No. 500, Rose, Windsor— H. Rae, G. A. Perry, J. D. 
Atchison, E. G. Jones, O. Lewis, J. A. Richards, T. B. Tucker, A. 
C. Watson. 

No. 501, Connaught, Mimico — A. Lawrence, F. L. Parrish, 
W. G. Bodley, F. M. Greer, K. Caverly, J. W. Findlow, W. J. 
Long, R. Whitmore, B. Rodd, G. C. Mercer, C. W. Eggett, E. M. 
Dolan, J. Rodgers, W. J. Jones, E. G. Dixon, A. Campbell. 

No. 502, Coronation, Smithville — N. W. Kinach, J. Sheldrake, 
L. Johnson, L. Shrum, Jr. 

No. 503, Inwood, Inwood — N. D. Leitch, M. Johnston, B. 
Russell, B. Johnson, P. Cameron, G. Dundas, B. Simpson. 

No. 504, Otter, Lombardy— H. O. Polk, D. C. Moodie. 

No. 505, Lynden, Lynden — E. Smith, L. Meiler, C. Hinan, 
S. Hunt, T. Mackay. 

No. 506, Porcupine, South Porcupine — A. Nissen, R. G. 
Childs, J. C. Campbell. 

No. 508, Ozias, Brantford — J. E. Baines. 

No. 509, Twin City, Kitchener— T. L. Peyton, D. W. C. Fox, 
W. V. Searson, W. E. Cartwright. 

No. 510, Parkdale, Etobicoke— J. A. Hall, R. M. Blake, A. 
Fry, R. C. Mair, W. Hibbins, B. Craine, W. F. Campbell. 

No. 511, Connaught, Thunder Bay— R. H. Hookham, P. H. 
Rogers. 

No. 512, Malone, Sutton West— O. L. Stein, R. Bivens, J. D. 
Tate, D. Yorke, R. Sneddon. 



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No. 513, Corinthian, Hamilton — R. E. Flaherty, H. F. 

Gudgeon. J. A. McCulloch, A. G. Elford, S. Ratford, H. C. Lord. 

No. 514, St. Alban's, Thornhill— T. Davison, J. R. A. Pye, 
A. M. Burgess, H. Patterson, J. B. Thistle, E. W. Elcombe, W. S. 
Davies, H. Hope, M. Mann. W. K. Bailey. 

No. 515, Reba, Brantford— J. S. Carter, T. E. Greenaway, 

D. L. Sandison, J. H. Blair, D. Ion. 

No. 517, Hazeldean, Hazeldean— G. I. F. Turnbull, W. R. 
Falconer, D. G. Woodward. 

No. 518, Sioux Lookout, Sioux Lookout — K. J. McKenzie, 
W. H. Houston. 

No. 519, Onondaga, Onondaga — R. Whines, T. Gray, R. 
Glass, R. Langs. 

No. 520, Coronati, Toronto — E. G. Scott, R. Lambert, S. 
Black, C. T. Bickerton, H. H. Duckworth, J. Eaglesham, R. A. 
Finlay, B. B. Foster, J. B. Henderson, H. C. Kingstone, J. D. 
Lyon, W. E. R. Makin, T. Neill, W. T. Overend, J. A. Prince, 

E. W. Rolston, R. D. Ramsav, J. Speirs, R. J. Woods. 

No. 521, Ontario, Windsor— P. H. Muirhead, M. Zee, G. D. 
Cock, C. J. Fairthorne, M. Drakich, G. C. Cuthbert, L. G. S. 
Parker, J. A. Moir, W. H. Bradley, G. E. Turner, 

No. 522, Mount Sinai, Toronto — J. Markle, M. Talsky, M. 
Fidler, D. List, N. Austin, S. Stambler, A. Goldstein, J. Wiseman, 
W. K. Bailey, W. E. Sills, H. L. Martyn. 

No. 523, Royal Arthur, Peterborough — K. J. Austin, C. K. 
Wood, C. H. Charters, A. E. Thompson, J. H. Hutchinson, J, R. 
Williams. 

No. 524, Mississauga, Misslssauga — ^W. L. Wiber, E. E. 
Slacer, A. W. Russell, A. E. Gerhart, W. G. McNay, R. Dunthome, 
R. P. Jackson, E. H. Cavan, L. W. Peer, C. O. Stephen, W, R. L. 
Russell. W. A. Campbell. 

No. 525, Temple, Toronto — G. J. Redman, A. R. Golden, 
D. G. Airhart, J. M. Goodfellow, G. M. McGee, E. H. Hughes, J. 
G. Meldrum. 

No. 526, Ionic, Ottawa— K. E. Nadon, E. M. Ross, R. C. 
Taylor, T. H. Birtch, K. Nesbitt, G. M. Mcllveen. 

No. 527, Espanola, Espanola — T. Brouse, R. Mulack, A. 
Beausoleil, W. Mulack. 

No. 528, Golden Beaver, Timmins — A. McGregor, W. J. 
Cock, H. W. Poole. 

No. 529, Myra, Komoka — G. Searson, A. R. Snell. 

No. 530, Cochrane, Cochrane — L. J. Boucher, J. A. Foster, 
M. D. Dubin, W. H. Quinn, C. B. Simms. 

No. 531, High Park, Thornhill— B. Ellis, R. Greaves, F. H. 
G. Verral, A. E. Picton, R. L. Bolt, M. N. McGregor, E. G. 
Buscombe, J. Crilly, G. Adams, E. G. Dixon, M. L. Buckingham, 
W. R. Sharpe. 

No. 532, Canada, Toronto — A. O. Numminen, D. W. White, 
L. C. Alchin, F. P. Giffen, H. K. Lee, G. W. F. Train, H. W. 
Lyons, R. J. Scott, J. C. Mateer, A. F. McGowan, W. S. Lyons, 
F. Schuch, G. Hardy, J. W. Moonlight, W. K. Bailey, K. C. Heller. 

No. 533, Shamrock, Toronto — A. Grant, N. Wallace, G. 
Lepper, R. Lindsey, W, Chapman, P. Taylor, P. Patterson. 



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No. 534, Englehait, Englehart— R. F. Walker, H. Gilpin, A. 

A. Casselman, K. H. Redden, R. F. Redden, I. Peever, W. K. 
Bailey. 

No. 535, Phoenix, Fonthill — A. E. Bridgeman, W. H. 
Salisbury, J. M. B. McClellan, L. Morgan, J. A. Noble, D. W. 
Dixon. 

No. 536, Algonquin, Copper Cliff— W. D. McKibbon, S. A. 
Gray, T. J. Newburn, R. Gunning, E. T. Saville, R. T. Runciman, 
V. F. Koivu. 

No. 537, Ulster, Toronto — J. Mcllvenna, R. McKinnon, J. 
Switzer, R. Campbell, H. G. Holden, A. E. Neill, W. Hoey, H. 
McKee, G. W. Kerr, W. D. H. Henderson, W. Mansfield, L. D. 
Pipher, S. Newdick, H. L. Martyn, J. A. Irvine, J. N. Allan, B. B. 
Foster. 

No. 538, Earl Kitchener, Port McNicoll— J. Sajan. 

No. 539, Waterloo, Waterloo— W. R. Caughell, D. W. Lowry, 
I. H. Tucker, N. A. MacEachern, J. M. D. Hay, J. A. Hertel, G. 
L. Clarke. 

No. 541, Tuscan, Toronto — W. V. Sunnucks, S. G. Nicholls, 
V. W. Ridgway, W. E. Whittingham, J. G. Couper, A. J. Mann. 

No. 542, The Metropolitan, Toronto — J. R. Cox, R. L. 
Peacock, W. D. Ferguson, W. R. Daniels, S. F. Ritchie, L. J. 
Scrutton, W. L. French, C. Torbet, W. K. Bailey, B. B. Foster, H. 
L. Martyn. 

No. 543, Imperial, Toronto— S. O'Brien, J. McCuaig, R. 
Hawkey, D. A. McLean, R. A. Gibson, C. C. Teskey, A. G. 
Hartwick, J. Leinster, E. Ferguson, E. J. Bell, H. L. Martyn. 

No. 544, Lincoln, Abingdon — T. Petersen, G. Jackson, V. 
Wice. 

No. 545, John Ross Robertson, Toronto — E. A. Gould, G. 
Snare, N. Green, M. D. Atkins, J. W. E. Cookson, O. R. Metcalf, 

F. B. Young, J. Howard, D. A. Flight, H. W. Morley, S. H. 
Cowell, E. E. Hartley, A. T. Williams, L. E. Love, H. F. Vigus, 
J. S. Lundy, J. H. Jackson. 

No. 546, Talbot, St. Thomas— J. P. Cook, F. R. Boughner, 

G. G. Dennis, J. C. Ferguson, T. Pullen, L. R. MacLeod, D. F. 
Graham, J. Pickston, J. W. Young, L. A. Bayliss, W. C. Smith. 

No. 547, Victory, Toronto— J. Strathdee, J. H. Fair. 

No. 548, General Mercer, Toronto — H. J. Johnson, R. A 
McBeth, H. C. Cooper, W. Aspinall, W. H. Baldwin, J. W. 
Gerrard, R. E. Gerrard, M. H. Hastings, J. A. Densem, A. G. 
Sims, P. E. Cleal, A. Wardell, J. A. Gravelle, E. Walker. 

No. 549, Ionic, Hamilton — A. W. Stewart, R. Wessel, D. 
Huber, G. E. Smith, B. S. Walters, J. F. Jennings, A. W. Marshall, 
R. J. Connor, R. C. Middleton. 

No. 550, Buchanan, Hamilton — G. B. Arkell, F. H. Eean 
E. B. Arkell, R. D. Hilbert. ' 

No. 551, Tuscan, Hamilton— L. W. Pither, L. C. Duncan, W. 

B. Matthews, C. Battey, W. L. Whyte, W. Cowell, B. B. Foster, 
G. Hazelwood. 



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No. 552, Qaeen Citj', Toronto — W. Armstrong, R. Cassells, 
S. Pink, J. McMechan, R. L. Elsie, H. Lemmer, J. Meek, J. J. 
Smith, A. Williams, L. LaVine, D. Stuart, J. A. Balmer, G. L. 
Junkin. 

No. 553, Oakwood, Toronto — E. J. Lackev, R. M. Caird, G. 
A. Pethick, G. R. Smith, J. E. Wardle, T. M. Maltby, J. Ballantyne, 
Sr., R. E. Mclntyre, C. C. Furminger, G. W. Blackmore, J. Hunter, 

E. S. Woodcock. F. A. Bayley, G. B. Gibson, J. Bassett, D. 
Collinson. M. Riehl, F. G. Carrington, E. S. McDougall. 

No. 554, Border Cities, Windsor — R. G. Henderson, J. 
O'Neill, C. H. Warren, J. D. Gardiner, R. Colledge, R. A. 
Vollans, G. M. Wilson, N. S. Spence, N. S. Burnie, J. G. Lock. 

No. 555, Wardrope, Hamilton — F. R. Fordham, R. Brown, 
W. J. Smith. G. W. Roberts. J. A. Turner, C. J. Blake, J. Lyness. 

No. 558, Sidney Albert Luke, Ottawa — R. J. Robertson, S. 
Hipkins, W. Poulton, E. J. J. Jackson, Sr., W. H. Knight, P. F. 
Naish, B. R. Panke. 

No. 559, Palestine, Toronto— P. Lipsett, W. K. Bailey, L G. 
Berg, D. Collins, A. L. Copeland, H. Donin, M. Donin, S. Gilbert, 
H. Jonas, J. S. Olin, H. Papernick, H. M. Rotenberg, A. G. 
Rossman, V. I. Shields. 

No. 560, St. Andrew's, Ottawa— D. E. A. Roberts, H. T. C. 
Humphries. J. O'Donovan, W. R. Rowsome, D. A. Eraser. 

No. 561, Acacia, Ottawa— A. V. Williams, R. S. Hobson, W. 

F. Davis, J. H. Johnson, C. C. Lillico, A. B. B. Sewell, G. R. 
Shouldice, J. A. Statham. 

No. 562, Hamilton, Hamilton— K. A. Williams, D. L. G. 
Weaver, W. H. Hanson, E. G. Dixon, T. H. Chardine, F. Scott, 

F. H. Fletcher, G. Goodbrand. 

No. 563, Victory, Chatham— H. F. Mavin, R. S. Bye, G. E. 
Fennell, J. L. Ford, H. A. Matheson, T. J. Quinton, C. A. Sample, 
R. S. Waddell, B. B. Foster. 

No. 564, Ashlar, Ottawa— E. J. Eglinton, C. E. Day, D. E. 
Eardley, W. J. Agar. 

No. 565, Kilwinning, Toronto — E. J. B. Anderson. T. 
Templeton, I. Muir, J. M. Hain, E. J. Langley, D. K. Graham, 

G. E. Langley, W. J. Hay, G. Mitchell, J. M. Jolley, A. W. D. 
McEachern, F. E. Blackman, J. A. Irvine, W. K. Bailey, E. W. 
Nancekivell, H. L. Martyn, B. B. Foster. 

No. 566, King Hiram, Toronto— E. S. Riley, R. N. Wilson, 
W. G. Cowan, A. E. Dver, R. J. Elrick, D. G. Kelman, J. Kemp, 
G. W. Peacock, D. J. B. Wright, S. T. Wright. 

No. 567, St. Aidan's, Scarborough— P. R. Lyons, C. B. 
Elliott, G. P. R. Webster, E. Shott, E. D. Knox, R. W. Barnes. 

No. 568, Hullett, Londesborough— G. Jewitt, K. HuUey, J. 
Jewitt, J. C. Vincent. 

No. 569, Doric, Lakeside— G. Smit: , W. McKay, D. F. 
Seaton, G. Gregory. 

No. 570, Dufferin, Toronto — B. Zai.ella, L. Williams, R. 
Armour, B. Gibson, H. E. Bateman, G. R. Hunter, B. Mandel. 

No. 571, Antiquity, Toronto— T. H. Grey, P. Corbin, C. 
Chipman, W. Sellors, G. A. Ramsey, J. M. Rae, H. Westbrook, F. 
Walsh, B. White, W. K. Bailey. 



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No. 572, Mizpah, Toronto — D. A. Zeggil, J. G. Baker, T. 
J. A. Gamey, J. H. Gahagan, J. E. Stuckum, R. D. Robinson, M. 
J. Zaher, J. L. Booton, W. E. McLeod, E. E. Baker, W. B. Cannon. 

B. Hladysh. 

No. 573, Adoniram, Niagara Falls — G. B. Young, A. Reid, 
G. E. French, W. A. Abbott. 

No. 574, Craig, Ailsa Craig— M. Lee, W. Thirlwall, K. 
McGregor, M. Hobbs, D. Lewis, R. Robinson, J. Rosser, J. Walsh. 

No. 575, Fidelity, Toronto— M. McClelland, W. Sills, D. 
Smith, E. Bevis, H. G. Jackson, P. C. Bolton, J. F. Ball, T. 
Butson, W. Bevis, J. Currie, J. A. Irvine, H. L. Martyn. 

No. 576, Mimosa, Toronto — T. R. Fraser, A. M. Gilmour, 

C. W. Thomas, A. C. Wilson, H. Murphy, C. T. Snider, P. A. 
Fissenden, P. E. Myers, W. K. Bailey. 

No. 577, St. Clair, Thornhill— C. Goetz, J. A. M. Badgerow, 

E. A. Christie, H. L. Martyn, R. W. McConnell, G. R. Stephens, 
G. E. Hall, J. Inglis, J. E. Yaeger, R. C. Lewis, J. C. Honan, T. 
Brodhurst, R. A. Durke, F. W. G. Strange, S. G. Meekins, R. B. 
Norman, J. Abbott, A. S. C. Wilson^ R. E. Porter, W. E. Ratcliffe, 
V. M. Brown. 

No. 578, Queen's, Kingston— A. J. Cohoe, R. G. Scilley, J. 

F. Whiting, D. R. Hall. 

No. 579, Harmony, Windsor — J. Kehl, G. R. Tarcea, M. 
Enkin, A. M. Summers, S. Brodsky, H. R. Gibbon. 

No. 580, Acacia, London — L. W. Dundas, C. O. Howard, 
H. C. Steele, R. A. Cater, J. A. Plumridge, R. Sewell, J. A. Steele, 
R. D. Beringer, W. K. Bailey. 

No. 581, Harcourt, Toronto — J. A. Gordon, G. D. Bacque, 
H. E. Zimmerman, C. R. Burton, R. V. Millar. 

No. 582, Sunnyside, Toronto — F. Gerow, J. E. Stanley, R. A. 
Lynas, E. W. Martin, J. W. Finnimore, J. Crawford, C. L. 
Tidmarsh, F. W. Sherwood, J. Bickerstaffe, W. A. Wharton, W. 
A. McKibbin, W. K. Bailey. 

No. 583, Transportation, Toronto — L. G. Buxton, W. R. 
Coleman, C. T. Mitchell, J. W. Stacey, J. M. Aikman, C. D. 
MacKenzie, D. W. Bunting. 

No. 584, Kaministiquia, Thunder Bay — T. Niven. 

No. 585, Royal Edward, Kingston — W. Fehr, A. McGonegal, 
C. McCharles, K. Mclntyre. 

No. 586, Remembrance, Thornhill — W. Graham, J. 
Willicocks, L. G. Towner, C. McHugh, R. Tanner. 

No. 587, Patricia, Thornhill— C. Jennings, C. H. Williams, R. 
Waddell, D. K. Dick. 

No. 588, National, Capreol — E. M. Elchyshyn. 

No. 589, Grey, Toronto- J. F. Petherick, W. M. McKenzie, 
H. Jowett, J. H. Brereton, J. K. McMillan, C. J. Henry. 

No. 590, Defenders, Ottawa— W. H. Heatherington, J. S. 
Lament, A. S. C. Wilson, W. S. T. Turpie, R. J. Kirkpatrick. 

No. 591, North Gate, Toronto— K. Revalds, G. Nanos, H. 
W. Oakley, R. F. Lightfoot, K. B. Page, F. P. Lowry, D. O. 
Cleverdon, R. J. Newell, R. G. Holden, H. L. Martyn, W. K. 
Bailey. 



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No. 592, Fairbank, Toronto — R. E. Strassler, G. M. Watson, 
J. D. C. Wotherspoon. J. D. Black, F. G. Cluskey, E. H. Denman, 
T. I. Unwin, N. E. Heimbecker. 

No. 593, St. Andrew's. Hamilton— J. R. Epplett, R. Strachan, 
J. S. W. Hayworth, J. I. Carrick, D. J. Miller, P. Wilkinson, G. 
H. S. Arnott. W. S. McNeil. 

No. 594, Hillcrest, Hamilton— D. J. McNair, D. C. Moore, 
D. H. Felker, K. L. Schweitzer, A. S. Beck, E. W. Nancekivell. 

No. 595, Rideau, Ottawa — H. A. Lyons, J. N. Dobbins, E. 
Albrecht, H. L. Martyn, L. J. McAdam, W. J. Robinson, L. A. 
Wood. 

No. 596, Martintown, Martintown — L. C. Cain, S. J. Clark. 

No. 597. Temple, London — E. G. Cooper, W. Noonan, J. C. 
Brown, P. Pawley, N. Pilkey, A. Roberts, W. D. White, G. K. 
Bungay, W. B. Payne, F. A. Standring. 

No. 598, Dominion, Windsor — L. L. Lajoie, W. French, B. 
J. Evans, T. E. McFadden, A. W. Lorenz. 

No. 599, Mount Dennis, Weston — H. G. Sunley, W. Harper, 

F. S. Fordham, H. M. LeGard, A. F. Nisbet, A. Conti, A. G. 
Baker, K. A. Drage, E. C. Reeves, G. A. Palmer, W. K. Bailey. 

No. 600, Maple Leaf, Etobicoke— J. Skinner, J. Mein, D. E. 

G. Street, E. V. Robertson, J. C. Van Den Heuvel, C. H. Johnston, 
H. Hubbell. 

No. 601, Saint Paul, Samia— J. M. Stewart, J. Wright, J. 
Brock, A. Berry. 

No. 602, Hugh Murray, Hamilton — C. Foreman, R. Wild, J. 
Eaglesham, G. Fairclough, R. C. Heels, R. J. Woods, D. J. 
Gregory, H. Fairclough, D. C. Matthews, W. Overend, P. G. Hirst, 
A. Beveridge, W. Shepherd, G. Weylie. 

No. 603, Campbell, Campbellville — E. C. Jennings, L. E. 
Andrews, G. E. Readhead, W. A. Wingrove, D. H. McMillan. 

No. 604, Palace, Windsor— D. C. O'Neil, T. S. Crowley, Jr, 
H. Taylor, T. J. Henry, J. E. Shaw, J. E. Hoffman. 

No. 605, Melita, Thomhill— G. M. Sinkins, G. McGowan, 
A. L. Lee, G. A. Vallary, R. A. Kirk, H. L. Martyn, E. G. Dixon. 

No. 606, Unity, Toronto— B. H. Braithwaite, J. T. Minaker, 
K. L. Bingham, J. B. Stevenson, M. A. Earle, H. W. Jack, G. R. 
Sheard, E. J. Coe, P. Westwater. J. M. Koteff. 

No. 607, Golden Fleece, Toronto — R. Donlon, G. R. Foord, 
M. G. Browne, C. F. Bearden, D. W. Grierson, A. F. Green, R. R. 
Huxley, R. W. Gerring, H. L. Martyn, J. A. Irvine. 

No. 608, Gothic, Lindsay — R. E. Quackenbush, H. H. 
McFadden, B. A. Wilson, G. K. Johnson, I. G. Rodd, G. R. 
Henry. 

No. 609, Tavistock, Tavistock— C. Rieder, P. Holmes. 

No. 610, Ashlar, London — S. Norris, W. Macrow, R. Fuller, 
R. Palser, L. Noble, P. Brown. 

No. 611, Huron-Bruce, Toronto — E. Brooks, R. Graham, 
C. DeLuca, A. Ironside, G. M. Fleming, B. Brown, R. Ellison, H. 
L. Martyn, W. K. Bailey, D. B. Filsinger, F. R. Workman. 



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No. 612, Birch Cliff, Scarborough— R. T. Riding, D. F. 
Kline, D. L. Gold, A. Meyer, R. J. West, R. L. Burns, H. B. Petty, 
W. E. Jones, W. E. Dawe, R. W. Kerr, J. Bonney, J. C. Wickens, 
W. K. Bailey, R. G. Barber. 

No. 613, Fort Erie, Fort Erie— H, W. Stouffer, K. G. 
Hooper, J. H. Yeo, B. Herdman. 

No. 614, Adanac, St. Catharines — A. T. Shadd, G. H. Cook, 
S. N. Hough, J. Storrie. 

No. 615, Dominion, Ridgeway — G. E. Watt, P. Cooper. 

No. 616, Perfection, St. Catharmes — H. S. Greavette, J. W. 
Macara, R. L. Hoffmann, G. K. Trenholm, C. A. Sankey, M. J. 
Overend, W. C. Ellis, W. K. Bailey. 

No. 617, North Bay, North Bay— R. M. Dodgson, J. D. 
Ramsey, K. D. Eraser, J. L. Runnalls, P. H. Shuttleworth, R. B. 
Reid, R. B. Coxford. 

No. 618, Thunder Bay, Thunder Bay— R. W. Hopkins. 

No. 619, Runnymede, Toronto — A. A. Parrott, R. Brown, 
H. Sare, E. Henshall, J. Rogers. 

No. 620, Bay of Quinte, Thomhill— T. J. Arthur, R. S. 
Welsh, W. K. Bailey, C. J. Cushnie, R. W. S. McEwen, G. B. W. 
Connell, G. R. Wilson. 

No. 621, Frontenac, Sharbot Lake — D. A. McQuaid, D. 
Shepherd, V. Garrett, G. M. Kirkham. 

No. 622, Lorne, Chapleau — K. McKnight, K. Y. Hong, A. 
Broomhead, J. Hong, R. Deluce. 

No. 623, Doric, Ku-kland Lake— R. W. Taylor, J. W. Bradley, 
W. E. Taylor. 

No. 624, Dereham, Mount Elgin — F. Gillies, A. Hunter, E. 
Atkinson, S. E. L. Woodman, L. Mansfield, L. Barrett, J. Hart, R. 
Ellis, G. McDonald, R. Harris, A. Hanson, F. Way, L. Miles, R. 
Dickout, H. Phillips, C. Clark, L. Stoakley, R. Clark. 

No. 625, Hatherly, Sault Ste. Marie— R. G. Campbell, J. 
Bennett, C. Meierhoff, W. L. Wright, G. L. Hallam, D. Liddstone. 

No. 626, Stamford, Niagara Falls — W. H. Thistlewaite, C. 
S. Morningstar. 

No. 627, Pelee, Felee Island — S. Irwin. 

No. 628, Glenrose, Elmira— R. Brubacher, W. H. Otto. 

No. 629, Grenville, Toronto— B. L. Churchill, S. P. Stokes, 
N. S. Hall, W. K. Bailey, H. H. Berry, G. Bradshaw, R. P. 
Coleman, J. R. Dargavel, H. J. Howard, H. L. Martyn, J. Maybin, 
G. A. Paine, C. Seabrook, F. L. Southgate, R. E. Story, N. Veino, 
R. R. Weston. 

No. 630, Prince of Wales, Toronto — M. E. Sutherland, H. 
J. Armstrong, R. J. L. Anderson, H. L. Martyn, W. A. Campbell, 
G. C. Hare, R. H. B. Cook, H. W. Hill, D. J. H. Thompson, K. 
H. Clark, W. J. Boston, S. H. Redgrave, J. H. Tomlinson, W. K. 
Bailey. 

No. 631, Manitou, Emo — W. A. McQuaker. 

No. 632, Hastings, Hastings — M. Paterson, K. O'Hara, C. A. 
Louttit, C. G. Wonfor, W. Gibbons, G. B. Stark, A. R. Medhurst, 
J. C. Hagemans. 

No. 633, Long Branch, Mimico — R. T. Lockhart, W. H. 
Mortlock, M. Durnford, A. J. Orr. 



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No. 634, Delta, Toronto— N. S. Ross, B. E. Dumford, J. H. 
Paterson, W. Scott, J. I. Gooder, W. M. Marchant. 

No. 635, Wellington, Toronto — G. E. Spracklin, P. 
Maggiacomo. R. J. Godfrey, L. A. Callingham, C. J. S. Nixon, 

C. F. Peck, R. E. Groshaw, W. J. Trider. 

No. 636, Hornepayne, Hornepayne — N. O. Haavaldsrud, C. 
M. Mclntyre, H. W. Walker. 

No. 637, Caledonia, Toronto — H. J. Benson, G. Gaunt, G. T. 
Mould, L. L. Querie, J. Watt, C. E. Leek, J. T. Arthur, J. M. 
Watt, N. R. Strutt. C. W. Ness, H. W. Willis, L. Chamberlain, 

D. W. Mortimer, H. Anderson, J. Wilson, H. G. Hargrave, R. B. 
Ewen, A. Vuyk, L. M. Whiffen, T. E. Sutherland, J. A. Irvine, 
W. K. Bailey. 

No. 638, Bedford, Toronto — A. T. Bagg, G. C. Holunga, E. J. 
Bagg, A. H. L. Barker, H. J. Dowsett, J. Gibson, J. W, Holder, 
F. E. Malcolm, L. H. Taylor. 

No. 639, Beach, Hamilton— W. H. Dean, J. R. Petrie, W. 
T. Francis, S. Paton. E. R. Binkley, G. Petrie, R. G. Churchill. 

No. 640, Anthony Sayer, Mimico— G. Steff, G. Rands, J. M. 
Davy, D. McCloy, D. T. Doughty, J. Malcomson, E. J. Rolfe, T. 

E. Alderwick, J. D. Malcomson, A. B. Stewart. 

No. 641, Garden, Windsor— J. Allan, H. R. Banwell, J. A. 
Johnston, E. D. Kettlewell, T. J. Labaj 

No. 642, St. Andrew's, Windsor— P. Wall, C. M. Shaw, C. A. 
Shaw, H. Tootill, G. E. Turner, R. St. Louis. 

No. 643, Cathedral, Toronto— S. M. Lundy, C. H. Watson, 
W. L. Law, N. G. Christie, A. G. Murphy, W. K. Bailey. 

No. 644, Simcce, Toronto— W. D. Blyth, D. Goodyear, T. 
H. Fry, S. Thornton, P. J. Spring, E. W. Grose, C. M. Marquis, E. 
J. Westover, F. P. Beardsall, W. H. Collett, S. Smith, A. L. Lee, 
R. C. Ward, R. A. Figueroa, J. B. Scatcherd, A. S. Brown, R. J. 
Lee, H. J. Heels. 

No. 645, Lake Shore, Mimico — J. T. Saunders, H. R. Hogle, 
D. McConnell, E. C. Horwood, H. E. Newton, W. A. Stewart, J. 
P. OSullivan, D. C. Reedie, G. A. Down. 

No. 646, Rowland, Mount Albert— K. W. Taylor, J. Leek, A. 
C. Ashforth, J. A. Crone, G. Oldham, C. Oldham, R. Timbers. 

No. 647, Todmorden, Toronto— W. McNeilly, R. Moss, V. L. 
Day, G. Brown, N. Gurr, J. G. Hallam, L. Armitage, J. M. 
Morrison, D. Gibbon, H. E. G. Daines, O. Booth, J. G. Gurr, D. 

F. Janes, P. Andres, W. K. Bailey. 

No. 648, Spruce Falls, Kapuskasing — J. K. Anderson, M. 
Hougen, H. West, L. Kussner, F. N. Rupert, F. N. Wiley, A. 
Downie. 

No. 649, Temple, Oshawa— W. D. McKay, J. Jackson, B. J. 
Stredwick, J. A. Barron, A. G. Barron, G. Martin. 

No. 651, Dentonia, Toronto — G. Ramsay, V. Dovling, J. A. 
Rogers, T. J. Trotter, F. H. Taylor, L. L. McLeod, 'H. Walker, 
C. J. Baxter, W. H. Robinson, H. E. F. Bray, J. L. H. Cadenhead. 

No. 652, Memorial, Toronto— C. Girard, T. Betke, W. 
McCall, J. Hutton, M. K. MacLean, L. F. Buttler, L. W. Smith, J. 
R. Rosie, W. Hunter, R. Alcox, F. Hopkins, H. L. Martyn. 



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No. 653, Scarboro, Scarborough — S. E. Thacker, R. Bassett, 
W. J. Anderson, H. Atkinson, R. D. Buchanan, J. A. Clayton, D. 
G. Kaye, F. H. Laycoe, J. D. Robson, B. T. Goff, J. N. Allan, 
L. S. Beak. 

No. 654, Ancient Landmarks, Hamilton — L. R. Spoar, J. 
Whitney, B. D. Burt, L. A. Staples, L. J. Hewitt, W. E. Elgie, N. 
Buckingham. 

No. 655, Kingsway, Etobicoke — G. Waugh, N. Ayre, A. 
Walker, H. C. Startup, J. J. McCloskey, C. F. Graham, G. E. 
Roelofson, G. E. Leetham, K. H. Burns, R. J. Taylor, D. 
Clements, A. Plowright, J. Woodburn, G. Davis, S. G. Nicholls, 
J. H. Jackson, R. S. Jones, H. S. Wardman. 

No. 656, Kenogamisiis, Geraldton — R. R. Berday. 

No. 657, Corinthian, Kirkland Lake — W. R. Reeves, M. C. 
Hettrick, J. A. Timmins. 

No. 658, Sudbury, Sudbury— J. Herold, W. E. Schaefer, J. 
R. Home, A. J. Armitage, H. R. McMaster, A. W. Kerr, J, R. 
Dixon, E. T. Moore, G. F. Orr. 

No. 659, Equity, OriUia— R. W. Cline, H. Kauppinen, B. E. 
Slessor, W. B. Ashmore, C. M. Marquis, C. S. Hughes. 

No. 661, St. Andrew's, St. Catharines — ^T. E. Lewis, H. Lane, 

F. Maitland. 

No. 663, Brant, Burlington — C. R. Bowles, G. A. Ross, J. B. 
Mitchell. C. Brown, H. Greenwood, A. Klainka, M. K. McLean, 
J. R. Whitehead. 

No. 664, Sunnylea, Etobicoke — G. O. Wood, D. Ford, G. E. 
Tapp, H. Johnston, D. M. Gow, R. Quinton, P. Richardson, L. 
Walton. 

No. 665, Temple, Ottawa— T. Wilson, T. H. Birtch, C. 
Derry, M. Hopper, H. O. Polk, H. Reid, C. Saunders, L. Westwell, 

G. White, B. Wilson. 

No. 666, Temple, Belleville— R. B. Buskard, J. E. Mastine, 
A. J. Clare, G. Mountain, M. R. Davidson, R. S. Throop. 

No. 667, Composite, Hamilton — M. H. Devins, T. S. Pocock, 
A. P. Andrews, G. T. Abel, E. A. Aldridge, F. G. Barker, G. W. 
Buckler, R. W. Faulds, D. H. Felker, J. V. Hamilton, E. W. 
Nancekivell. 

No. 668, Atikokan, Atikokan — Gordon Percy. 

No. 669, Corinthian, Cornwall — B. Gordon. 

No. 670, West Hill, Scarborough — J. S. Howitt, J. I. Mason, 
E. J. Thomas, J. J. Laing, A. H. Loveridge, J. Fitzpatrick, R. 
Slater, J. E. Heath, G. W. Ellis, J. F. Hanna, A. S. Rosborough, 
A. W. Hawley, J. Hallam, W. T. Overend. 

No. 671, Westmount, Hamilton — J. A. De Young, G. L. 
Stevens, W. J. Curtis, S. J. Griffin, G. W. Graham. 

No. 673, Kempenfeldt, Barrie— R. E. Smith, A. Mathie, C. 
L, Chittick, E. J. Burton, F. C. Armstrong, R. E. Greer, D. E. P. 
Magee, R. K. Jennett, N. C. Cowie. 

No. 674, South Gate, Port Credit— J. S. Hazard, H. A. 
Simmons, J. L Parke. 

No. 675, William James Dunlop, Peterborough — W. H. 

Mortlock, F. C. Millard. 



32 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

No. 676, Kroy, Thornhill — J. L. Cummins, D. W. Snow, H. 
G, Jackson, S. W. A. DeLong, K. I. Cooper, J. Reside, S. P. 
Steele, H. L. Martyn, J. A. Irvine, E. F. Bevis, W. E. Sills, F. E. 
Malcolm, G. A. Vallar>'. 

No. 677, Coronation, Weston — K. A. Best, P. Curry, R. 
Lawrence, J. Copp, R. Jolly, R. Kenney, A. J. Milne, G. J. 
Murray. 

No. 678, Mercer Wilson, Woodstock — A. E. Parker, H. M. 
Crockatt, G. Smuck. 

No. 679, Centennial, Niagara Falls — I. G. Harrington, W. 
A. H. Lowe, J. L. Grierson, L. Kleer, G. R. Sinnicks. 

No. 681, Claude M. Kent, Oakville — G. E. Pattison, L. H. 
Campbell, A. E. Howe, J. A. Dunnet, H. G. McKillop. 

No. 682, Astra, Weston — J. M. Hamilton, A. Seawright, J. 
M. Boak, W. P. Ford, V. Phillips, G. S. Johnson, W. Macdonell, 
T. P. Wells, L. E. Peach, C. N. Davison, J. E. Mayo, E. F. 
Bevis, D. Trumpess. 

No. 683, Wexford, Scarborough— K. L. Whiting, R. J. 
Burrows, W. Stevenson, R. D. Buchanan, L. S. Beak, W. R. Kean, 
L. G. Fumiss, S. Forsythe, G. T. Bell, E. A. Duval, W. G. 
Johnson. R. M. Dobbin, L. W. Strieker, T. E. Kiteley, H. L. 
Martyn, J. Watt. 

No. 684, Centennial, London — A. Barnett, B. B. Foster, W. 
L. Wright, J. A. Irvine, J. N. Allan, G. F. MacKewn, J. E. 
Mapletoft, H. Chantler, H. B. Rockey. 

No. 685, Joseph A. Heam, Port Credit — A. C. James, I. C. 
Furlong, H. B. Cleveland, G. E. Poyner. 

No. 686, Atomic, Deep River— W. R. Leach, G. Condie, H. 
L. Martyn. 

No. 687, Meridian, Dundas— R. N. Bell, H. J. MacKenzie, 
D. K. Tashiro, N. E. Byrne, E. G. Dixon, R. G. Hazlewood, R. 
G. Parliament, G. J. Patterson. 

No. 688, Wjndham, Guelph — D. H. Morrison, J. F. Heap, 
R. G. Stephens, J. J. Spark, R. G. Tucker, E. J. Brown. 

No. 689, Wyndham, Guelph— N. D. Davidson, J. A. 
McCleave, J. E. Hopcroft, H. F. Bignell, W. A. Campbell. 

No. 690, Temple, Kitchener— L. S. Meyer, D. J. H. 
Thompson, W. E. James, T. R. Williams, G. K. Hoffman, W. J. 
Searson. 

No. 691, Friendship, Copper Cliff— H. E. R. Bolton, J. T. 
Cornthwaite, R. N. Gordon, H. R. Butler, F. H. Waller, J. H. 
Vanderburg, C. L. Brooks. 

No. 692, Thomas Hamilton Simpson, Stoney Creek — J. D. 
Rogers, R. E. Kerr, W. T. Francis. 

No. 693, East Gate, Scarborough — G. E. W. MacLaren, K. 
A. Price, J. L. C. Nornabell, C. C. Teskey, D. B. Filsinger, N. C. 
Holder, R. K. Muir, T. S. Falconer, W. Dunlop, E. K. Anderson, 
G. McArthur. J. D. Alymar, W. K. Young. 

No. 694, Baldoon, Wallaceburg- R. MacNally, C. Phair. 

No. 695, Parkwood, Oshawa — W. R. Hancock, R. A. Libby, 
R. H. Williams, H. O. Flintoff, A. Hill, J. A. Foster, J. H. Snyder, 
D. A. Fear, W. G. Miners, R. H. Gourley, W. G. Bunker, J. 
Jackson. 



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No. 696, Hari> L. Martyn, Toronto— H. E. Smith, R. J. 
McDonald, K. C. McLellan, A. J. Anderson, W. K. Bailey, J. 
Barr, T. R. Davies, F. Donnelly, H. L. Martyn, J. A. Mitchell, W. 
T, Overend, L. G. Towner, R. J. Woods, J. Gibson. 

No. 697, Grantham, St. Catharines — G. Gaines, F. Klingender, 
S. W. Bunston. S. D. Costen, A. J. Harley, J. Golob, J. W. Powell, 
R. Robson, B. E. Schaab, C. Wittenberg. 

No. 698, Elliot Lake, Elliot Lake— A. Rogers, T. W. Turff 

No. 699, Bethel, Sudbury— J. Weir, G. White, R. Duncan, J. 
W. McGill, L. L. W. Ashcroft, J, R. Home. 

No. 700, Corinthian, Kintore— G. M. Mills, B. B. Foster. 

No. 701, Ashlar, Tillsonburg— F. G. Tanner, G. E. 
Dickenson, H. R. Armstrong, R. J. Paget, S. E. L. Woodman. 

No. 702, The Lodge of Fellowship, Richmond Hill— J. Filkus, 
M. Tearne, K. R. Nobes, J. A. Graham, F. Walker, R. W. Scarlett, 
R. Wingrove, L. J. Oliver, H. R. Nelson, D. S. Bruce, B. E. Stewart 
T. R. Heale. ' 

No. 703, Lodge of the Pillars, Weston— L. Stimpson, E. 
Barbour, W. E. Sills, D. S. Cody, F. Harris, L. Morse, H. G. 
Hearn, J. M. McCrae, G. Segal, S. Tannenbaum, D. List, C. D. 
MacKenzie. 

No. 704, Aurum, Timmins — A. D. Burns. 

No. 705, Universe, Scarborough — J. R. Fincher, G. S. Page, 
W. A. T. Ovens, R. J. A. Young, W. E. Johnston. 

No. 706, David T. CampbeU, Whitby— D. E. MacKay, R. 
W. Agg, C. B. Rycroft. 

No. 707, Eastern, Cornwall— K. Walker. 

No. 708, Oakridge, Byron— R. C. Fuller. 

No. 709, Lakehead, Thunder Bay— W. S. Smith, J. M. 
Tarling. 

No. 710, Unity, Brampton— F. L. Wild, M. B. E. Williamson, 

D. MacKenzie, N. L. Wilkinson, A. C. Waldner, J. A. Irvine, G. 
McGee. 

No. 711, Progress, Toronto— E. W. Palmer, G. Bowyer, G. 
W. F. Train, J. W. Meek, A. F. Williams, K. C. Heller, T. J. 
Sayers, R. G. Barber, L. Sheeran, L. G. Pineo, M. F. Beach, H. 
W. Lyons, G. Coutts, F. P. Giffen, R. D. Robertson, H. C. May. 

No. 712, Trafalgar, OakviUe— C. D. Donald, J. F. W. Hows. 

No. 713, Bridgewood, Woodbridge — J. M. Boak, J. H. A. 

Waite. 

No. 714, Battlefield, Stoney Creek- D. Cottingham, S. J. 
Griffin, E, Heal. 

No. 715, Islington, Etobicoke— W. M. Wardle, T. L. Smith, 
J. Brereton, C. Rich, S. Shapton, R. Swan, W. Scott, E. Denman, 
J. E. Moore, R. King. 

No. 716, Ionic, London— W. T. Miller, H. Robinson, G. 
Petch, W. E. Bradt, J. W. Bradt, R. R. Gordon, E. Hord, C. G. 
Smuck, W. R. Pellow, M. W. Ragin. 

No. 717, Willowdale, Richmond Hill— K. W. Belyea, J. O. 
Kelly, G. H. Loxton, R. Furness, R. W. Ogilvie, A. H. L. Barker, 
L. J. Scrutton, G. Segal. 



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No. 718, Twin Lakes, Orillia— R. C. Casselman, W. E. 
Bacon, J. A. T. Behan, F. K. Doolittle, F. R. M. Tiffin, S. L. 
Wellwood. 

No. 719, Otisippi, Sarnia— F. R. Smith, W. T. Towner. 

No. 720, Confederation, Scarborough — G. V. Fleming, P. 
Dean, F. Bruce, L. Stover, L. Mellor, D. Bee, W. K, Bailey, W. 
McSherry. 

No. 721, Bytown, Ottawa— I. Alleslev, W. M. Hamilton, E. 
J. J. Jackson, J. H. Johnson, C. C. Lillico, H. O. Polk, W. R. 
Rowsome, W. D. Stevens. 

No. 722, Concord, Cambridge — K. Lee, H. E. Jones, W. S. 
McVittie, J. Sutton, W. K. Bailey. 

No. 723, Brotherhood, Waterloo— D. H. Caughill, R. 
Forest-Jones. 



GUESTS 

M.W. Bro. W. L. Wright presented to the Grand 
Master and introduced to Grand Lodge the following dis- 
tinguished guests: 

CONNECTICUT 

M.W. Bro. Wesley F. Gomez, Grand Master. 
M.W. Bro. William Campbell, Past Grand Master, Grand 
Secretary. 

DELAWARE 

M.W. Bro. John N. Fortner, Grand Master. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

M.W. Bro. Robert L. Morris, Grand Master, 

ILLINOIS 

M.W. Bro. Earl M. Potter, Grand Master. 

INDIANA 

M.W. Bro. Frank J. Krug, Grand Master. 

IOWA 

M.W. Bro. Joseph Z. Marks, Grand Master. 

KANSAS 
M.W. Bro. Forrest D. Haggard, Grand Master. 
M.W. Bro. Ben W. Graybill, Past Grand Master. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 35 

MAINE 

M.W. Bro. George E. Pushard, Grand Master. 

MANITOBA 

M.W. Bro. Howard McCrae, Grand Master. 
R.W. Bro. Reg. L. Guy, Grand Secretary. 

MARYLAND 

M.W. Bro. Philip B. Matthews, Grand Master. 

M.W. Bro. Wm. B. Stansbury, Past Grand Master, and 

Executive Secretary of Conference of Grand Masters 

for North America. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

M.W. Bro. Donald W. Vose, Grand Master. 
R.W. Bro. Arthur L. Rockwell, Grand Marshal. 

MICHIGAN 

M.W. Bro. Royce E. Curlis, Grand Master, 

R.W. Bro. Vincent A. Vatter, Senior Grand Warden. 

MINNESOTA 

M.W. Bro. Harry P. Larson, Grand Master, 

NEW BRUNSWICK 

M.W. Bro. J. Stewart Brooks, Grand Master. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 
M.W. Bro. Ellis W. Howard, Grand Master. 

NEW JERSEY 
M.W. Bro. Malcolm Wernik, Grand Master. 

NEW YORK 

M.W. Bro. Arthur Markewich, Grand Master, 
R.W. Bro. Wendell K. Walker, Grand Secretary 

NORTH CAROLINA 

M.W. Bro. William L. Mills, Grand Master. 



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NOVA SCOTIA 
R.W. Bro. J. G. Veinot, Deputy Grand Master. 

OHIO 

M.W. Bro. Royal C. Scofield, Grand Master. 
M.W. Bro. C. K. Cunningham, Past Grand Master. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

R.W. Bro. Rochester B. Woodall, Grand Master. 

QUEBEC 

M.W. Bro. K. Douglas Sheldrick, Grand Master. 
R.W. Bro. W. Gordon Parker, Grand Secretary. 

RHODE ISLAND 
M.W. Bro. William G. Hunt, Grand Master. 

SASKATCHEWAN 

M.W. Bro. Reg. W. Duff, Grand Master. 
M.W. Bro. Samuel Leach, Past Grand Master. 

SOUTH CAROLINA 
M.W. Bro. H. Wallace Reid, Grand Master. 

VIRGINIA 

M.W. Bro. Stewart W. Miner, Grand Master. 

ROYAL ARCH MASONS 

M. Ex. Comp. W. S. Thomson, Grand First Principal. 

ANCIENT AND ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE 

111. Bro. Harvey R. Doane, Sovereign Grand Commander. 
111. Bro. W. G. Welby, Grand Secretary-General. 

SOVEREIGN GREAT PRIORY OF CANADA 

M. Em. Kt. Charles E. Wells, Grand Chancellor. 

The Grand Master extended a very cordial welcome 
to our distinguished guests, after which, led by the Grand 
Director of Ceremonies, Grand Honours were given. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 37 

PAST GRAND MASTERS 

The Deputy Grand Master presented our Past Grand 
Masters who were present, namely M.W. Bros. W. L. 
Wright, H. L. Martyn, J. A. Irvine, J. N. Allan, B. B. 
Foster, W. K. Bailey, E. G. Dixon (Hon.), M. C. Hooper 
(Hon.) 

WELCOME BY TORONTO LODGES 

R.W. Bro. David C. Bradley, D.D.G.M., presented 
the other District Deputy Grand Masters of the Toronto 
Districts, and the Masters of the Toronto lodges. On their 
behalf Wor. Bro. Philip J. Waltier, W.M. Georgina Lodge, 
No. 343, extended to the Grand Master and to the mem- 
bers of Grand Lodge a most cordial welcome. The Grand 
Master made suitable reply. 

MINUTES 

The Grand Secretary proceeded to read the Minutes 
of the last meeting held in Toronto on July 18, 1973, 
when it was moved by M.W. Bro. H. L. Martyn, seconded 
by M.W. Bro. W. L. Wright, and resolved: That inasmuch 
as the Minutes of the last Annual Communication held 
in Toronto have been printed and distributed to all 
constituent lodges the same be now taken as read and con- 
firmed. 

RULES OF ORDER 

The Rules of Order as prescribed by the Constitution 
governing the conduct of the meeting were read by the 
Grand Secretary. 

ORDER OF BUSINESS 

It was moved by M.W. Bro. H. L. Martyn, seconded 
by M.W. Bro. W. L. Wright, and unanimously carried, 
that the Order of Business of this Annual Communication 
be changed at the discretion of the Grand Master. 



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GRAND MASTER'S ADDRESS 

To the Officers and Members of the Most Worshipful 
Grand Lodge A.F. and A.M. of Canada, in the 
Province of Ontario. 

My Brethren: 

At the conclusion of my first year as your Grand 
Master I stand before you to give an accounting of the 
Stewardship placed in my hands one year ago. I have en- 
deavoured to visit with you, my Brethren, as many times 
as it has been physically possible and I sincerely thank you, 
one and all, for your warm friendliness and hospitality 
and beg your forgiveness for any errors I might have 
committed. 

We are thrilled to welcome our guests from our Sister 
Jurisdictions, from the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch 
Masons of Canada, in the Province of Ontario, from the 
Supreme CouncU of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish 
Rite of Canada, and from the Sovereign Great Priory of 
Canada. During my visits to our Sister Jurisdictions I have 
been most cordially received and extended the warmest 
fellowship and have made innumerable friendships which 
I will cherish in my heart for many years to come. It is my 
hope and sincere wish that our guests will be most happy 
with us and that their every need will be cheerfully met. 
We welcome them and only hope that they will return 
again and again to visit with us in the future. 

We are again meeting in the Royal York Hotel and I 
wish to extend to the Metropolitan Toronto Past Masters' 
Association our sincere thanks and congratulations for the 
excellent arrangements made for our convenience and 
comfort. Their efforts, year after year, are deeply appreci- 
ated. I would like to pay particular attention to V. Wor. 
Bro. Burnie C. McClelland who, for the thirtieth year, is 
directing the parade of the members of Grand Lodge and 
their guests into the meeting. Our sincere thanks go to 
Bro. McClelland for his continued loyalty. Particular 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 39 

appreciation is due R. Wor. Bro. Robert Strachan and R. 
Wor. Bro. Robert Truscott for their many years of work 
on our behalf during the meeting of Grand Lodge. 

I would also like to express, on your behalf, sincere 
thanks to M. Wor. Bro. J. A. Irvine, our Grand Secretary, 
and his staff for the great amount of work done on the 

arrangements for our meetings. Their efforts are deeply 
appreciated and I am certain that this 119th Communica- 
tion of Grand Lodge will be a most successful one. 

NECROLOGY 

GEORGE FREDERICK KINGSMILL 

Rt. Wor. Bro. G. Fred Kingsmill passed to the Great 
Beyond at University Hospital, London, on December 16, 
1973. 

Bro. Kingsmill was initiated into Masonry in 1918 
and was Worshipful Master of St. John's Lodge, No. 209a, 
in 1934. He was Grand Senior Warden in 1945-46 and 
during his lifetime he contributed a great deal to our 
Grand Jurisdiction and to Masonry in general. 

Bro. Kingsmill was an Active Member of Supreme 
Council, A. & A.S.R., and had served as Deputy for On- 
tario for several years. He was a Past Potentate of Mocha 
Temple and was always active in the affairs of the Shrine 
and particularly for the Crippled Children. 

His jovial and kindly nature will long be remembered 
by his friends. 

GEORGE A. BRYANT 

Rt. Wor. Bro. George A. Bryant, District Deputy 
Grand Master of Hamilton "B" District, passed away 
quickly on August 21, 1973. 

Bro. Bryant was a Past Master of The Lodge of Strict 
Observance, No. 27, Hamilton, and had contributed 
tremendously to his District and to Masonry. His friends 
were greatly saddened to hear of his sudden death. 



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I immediately appointed Rt. Wor. Bro. S. A. Tinson 
to carry out the duties in Hamilton "B"' District for the 
balance of 1973-74. I recommend that Rt. Wor. Bro. 
Bryant be granted, posthumously, the rank of Past District 
Deputy Grand Master. 

JOHN G. DODD 

Our well known and loyal brother, John G. Dodd, 
was called to the Grand Lodge Above on December 27, 
1973 after serving Masonry for many years. Bro. Dodd 
was Grand Junior Warden in 1949 and served on the 
Board of General Purposes from 1955 to 1959. He was 
always most willing to assist at any Masonic function and 
will be well remembered for his many acts of charity. 

E. NEILL GREGORY 

Rt. Wor. Bro. Gregory was initiated into Faithful 
Brethren Lodge, No. 77, in 1921 and affiliated with North 
Gate Lodge, No. 591, in 1944. He served as Wor. Master 
of Faithful Brethren Lodge in 1941 and also as Grand 
Senior Warden of our Grand Lodge in 1951. He served 
on the Board of General Purposes for 1955 and 1956. 
Bro. Gregory, who passed away on February 24, 1974, 
will long be remembered for his loyalty to our Fraternity. 

DR. EVERON FLATH 

Rt. Wor. Bro. Everon Flath, aged 96, who passed 
away on November 21, 1973, will long be remembered for 
his cheerfulness, wit and rituahstic abihty. He was District 
Deputy Grand Master of Wellington District in 1916. He 
was a member of the Board of General Purposes for 
several years and contributed so much to Masonry in this 
Grand Jurisdiction. He was always ready and willing to 
assist at any Masonic function and assisted at innumerable 
installations. He was over 60 years a Past Master and 57 
years a Past District Deputy Grand Master. He was an 
honorary member of 9 Lodges and the brethren will always 
picture hkn present at the various Lodge functions. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 41 

BRO. NORMAN WARRINER BYRNE, Q.C. 

This outstanding Mason — initiated into St. George's 
Lodge, No. 15, St. Catharines, January 25, 1921 — 
affiliated with Acacia Lodge, No. 61, Hamilton, March 11, 
1927 — a Charter Member of Meridian Lodge, No. 687, 
Dundas, January 22, 1957 — made magnificent contribu- 
tions to our Grand Lodge and to Masonry in general. 

Bro. Byrne had for many years used his talents as a 
Barrister to assist Grand Lodge with respect to the legal 
aspects of Charters for Masonic Holding Corporations. 

Bro. Byrne did all of the legal work incidental to re- 
search on, and drawing a Private Bill which was passed by 
the Legislature of Ontario, and forms the legal vehicle of 
The Masonic Foundation of Ontario, which is the official 
public benevolent outiet for this Grand Lodge. 

He also did all of the legal work incidental to the in- 
corporation of Masonic Holdings, the vehicle of this 
Grand Lodge for the premises of its headquarters. 

For many years Bro. Byrne had been the consultant 
of the Secretary of this Grand Lodge with respect to all 
corporation purposes of lodges and laid out a detailed- 
procedure plan to be followed. 

Over many years, and for the above and other legal 
services rendered to this Grand Lodge, Bro. Byrne has 
refused any fees or remuneration. 

He spent endless hours in securing the land on which 
our Grand Lodge Memorial Building in Hamilton is situ- 
ated through his close connection with the Tuckett Estate. 

Our Brother, as recently as 1972, fashioned a 
lectern — beautifully finished, complete with light, which 
folds into a conveniently-carried package and which lec- 
tern was presented to the M.W. The Grand Master for the 
use of Grand Lodge. Several years ago Bro. Byrne de- 
signed and presented a beautiful Stained Glass Window to 



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the Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry. One 
of its panels portrays Craft Masonry showing a candidate 
for admission kneeUng before the Altar and the Volume of 
the Sacred Law. 

Those Brethren, who knew him, knew that Bro. 
Byrne was ready to lend his hand, his heart and his keen 
intellect to Craft Masonry, which played such an import- 
ant part in his life. 

Bro. Byrne was made the recipient of the William 
Mercer Wilson Medal in November, 1971, recognition in 
part for his many services to the Craft. He passed to the 
Grand Lodge Above on November 19, 1973, and in his 
honour your Grand Master authorized a donation of One 
Hundred Dollars to The Masonic Foundation of Ontario. 
We salute a great man and a great Mason and are con- 
soled by the fact that he is now in the care of the Great 
Architect of the Universe. 

APPOINTMENTS 

At the Centennial Anniversary of Clementi Lodge, 
No. 313, and the District Reception of Peterborough Dist- 
rict on February 27th, 1974, I was pleased to appoint 
Wor. Bro. Percy A. Hall, a Past Master of Faithful 
Brethren Lodge, No. 77, as a Grand Steward. 

Also on February 2nd, 1974, at the 60th Anniver- 
sary of Ionic Lodge, No. 526, I was happy to appoint 
Wor. Bro. Robert C. Taylor, a Past Master of Ionic 
Lodge, No. 526, as a Grand Steward. 

I request from Grand Lodge approval of these ap- 
pointments and Past Rank for these brethren. 

PAST RANK 

(1) R.W. Bro. H. A. Hopkins was elected and installed 
as District Deputy Grand Master of Toronto District 
7 and shortly afterwards was moved by his employers 
to the West Indies. Our Grand Jurisdiction thus lost 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 43 

an outstanding and dedicated Mason and I recom- 
mend that he be granted the Rank of Past District 
Deputy Grand Master, 

(2) R.W. Bro. J. D. Henderson was elected and installed 
as District Deputy Grand Master of London West 
District and shortly afterwards suffered a severe ill- 
ness from which he fortunately recovered. His physi- 
cian felt that he should not continue in office and 
thus he resigned. We concur with his decision and 
recommend that he be granted the Rank of Past 
District Deputy Grand Master. 

(3) Following the illness of Rt. Wor. Bro. Henderson of 
London West District I appointed Rt. Wor. Bro. 
Charles G. Phipps as D.D.G.M. of London West 
District for the balance of the Masonic year. He has 
served Masonry and his District well and I recom- 
mend that he be granted the Rank of Past District 
Deputy Grand Master. 

(4) Because of the inability of Rt. Wor. Bro. Harold 
Hopkins to continue as D.D.G.M. of Toronto District 
7 because of being moved from our Grand Jurisdic- 
tion by his employers I appointed Rt. Wor. Bro. 
Matthew Campbell as D.D.G.M. to complete the 
Masonic year. He has served well and I recommend 
that he be granted the Rank of Past District Deputy 
Grand Master. 

(5) When informed of the untimely death of Rt. Wor. 
Bro. George Bryant, D.D.G.M. of Hamilton "B" 
District I appointed Rt. Wor. Bro. Arthur Tinson as 
D.D.G.M. for the remainder of the year. He has dis- 
charged his duties in a very fine manner and I recom- 
mend that he be granted the rank of Past District 
Deputy Grand Master, 



(a) Bro. Al Yetman of Orient Lodge, No. 339, was un- 
able, because of unforeseen circumstances, to serve 



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his full year as Worshipful Master and I recommend 
that he be granted the Rank of Past Master, 

(b) Wor. Bro. Bruce Marshall was installed as Worshipful 
Master of Nipissing Lodge, No. 420, on June 11, 
1973, and served that office diligently until January 
1974 when he was transferred elsewhere by his 
employer. Wor. Bro. Marshall has made outstanding 
contributions to his lodge and I recommend he be 
granted the Rank of Past Master. 

(c) Wor. Bro. Derrick Woodward, Worshipful Master of 
Hazeldean Lodge, No. 517, because of illness in his 
family, was unable to serve the full twelve months 
but under the circumstances has filled the office of 
Worshipful Master with distinction. I recommend he 
be granted past rank. 

ANDOR GERO LODGE IJ.D. 

The sincere and heartfelt thanks of our Grand Lodge 
is extended to M.W. Bro. Harry L. Martyn and M.W. 
Bro. William K. Bailey who gave so freely of their time 
to institute and guide the formation of this new Lodge in 
our Grand Jurisdiction. It has been formed almost 
entirely of Masons who were originally members of the 
now extinct Grand Lodge of Hungary. The members are 
very dedicated and loyal Masons and I know that all the 
Brethren of this Grand Jurisdiction join me in wishing this 
new Lodge every success and happiness. 

VISITATIONS TO OTHER GRAND 
LODGES AND MASONIC BODIES 

During the year your Grand Master, often accom- 
panied by the Grand Secretary, has visited many other 
Grand Lodges. At every visitation the reception was warm 
and friendly and one is assured of the genuine friendship 
and esteem held for your Grand Lodge. My thanks go to 
the Past Grand Masters who assisted me by visiting some 
of the Grand Lodges. 

A list of the visitations will be found in Appendix "A". 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 45 

LODGE CENTENNIALS AND DISTRICT 
RECEPTIONS 

Your Grand Master has thoroughly enjoyed partici- 
pating in many Centennial Celebrations and District Re- 
ceptions. Your Grand Master is extremely grateful to the 
many Lodges and districts which combined the Centennial 
Celebration and District Reception. Your Grand Master 
was particularly impressed with the large attendance at the 
Centennial Celebrations and also with the enthusiasm 
shown by the Brethren. Truly Masonry is on the move. 

A list is to be found in Appendix "B" and "C". 



RECOGNITION OF 100 YEARS OF ACTIVE 
EXISTENCE 

Your Grand Master extends sincere congratulations to 
the following lodges which have reached 100 years of 
active existence and is pleased to grant permission for the 
following lodges to wear gold braid under Section 262 of 
the Constitution. Your Grand Master wishes each and 
every Lodge the best in the years to come. 

(1) Wilmot Lodge, No. 318, Baden, as of July 9, 1974. 

(2) Alvinston Lodge, No. 323, Alvinston, as of Nov- 
ember 5, 1974. 

(3) Zetland Lodge, No. 326, Toronto, as of March 22, 
1975. 

(4) Hammond Lodge, No. 327, Wardsville, as of March 
25, 1975. 

(5) Prince Arthur Lodge, No. 334, Arthur, as of Sep- 
tember 15, 1975. 

(6) Highgate Lodge, No. 336, Highgate, as of Septem- 
ber 28, 1975. 

(7) Orient Lodge, No. 339, Toronto, as of November 5, 
1975. 



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(8) Georgina Lodge, No. 343, Toronto, as of February 
24, 1976. 

(9) Merrill Lodge, No. 344, Dorchester, as of March 1, 
1976. 

(10) Mercer Lodge, No. 347, Fergus, as of March 27, 
1976. 

(11) Waverley Lodge, No. 361, Guelph, as of September 
3, 1977. 



HONORARY RANK 

V.W. Bro. E. C. Horwood, the Chairman of the 
Advisory Committee on Lodge Buildings, has served this 
Grand Lodge for a period of many years. He has fulfilled 
his duties many times over as an appointed member of the 
Board of General Purposes. After consultation with the 
Past Grand Masters and with their concurrence, I recom- 
mend that V.W. Bro. E. C. Horwood be appointed an 
Honorary Past Grand Senior Warden of our Grand Lodge. 

APPOINTMENT OF GRAND REPRESENTATIVES 

On the recommendation of the respective Grand 
Masters I have been pleased to appoint the following 
Grand Representatives near other Grand Lodges with 
which our Grand Lodge is in fraternal relation. 

Ireland — Leonard C. Fox 
Italy — Ernesto D'Ippolito 
Massachusetts — Stephen C. Luce, Jr. 
Michigan — Jerrold E. Potts 
New York — Lloyd S. Cochran 
South Carolina — Edward H. Shuler 
Virginia — James R. Berry 
Western Australia — Thomas Twaddle 

The Grand Masters of other Grand Lodges have 
graciously accepted my recommendations and have ap- 
pointed the following Grand Representatives near our 
Grand Lodge. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 47 

Italy — Herbert R. Banwell 
Japan — Clifford G. Wonfor 
Minnesota — David J. Miller 
Montana — Robert Colledge 
New York — H. Cameron Steele 

NEW LODGE CONSTITUTED AND CONSECRATED 

It was a distinct pleasure and a thrill during the past 
year to constitute and consecrate the following Lodge. 

Brotherhood Lodge, No. 723, Waterloo, on October 
6th, 1973, by the Grand Master. 

CUSTODIAN OF THE WORK 

No words of praise can suffice to designate the great 
debt of gratitude your Grand Master and this Grand Juris- 
diction owe to M.W. Bro. W. K. Bailey for the tremendous 
interest he has shown in his new office as Custodian of the 
Work. He has travelled over this entire jurisdiction con- 
ducting meetings at no httle inconvenience to himself and 
in doing so has endeared himself to so many of the mem- 
bers of our Grand Lodge. We extend our sincere thanks 
and appreciation to him. 

LODGE TEMPLE DEDICATIONS 

Your Grand Master is pleased to congratulate the 
Lodges and Temple Corporations which have erected new 
Temples during the past year. 

(1) Belrock Masonic Temple, Sudbury, by M.W. Bro. W. 
K. Bailey, P.G.M., on November 3, 1973. 

(2) Moravian Lodge, No. 431, Cargill, by the Grand 
Master, May 3, 1974. 



48 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

GRAND LODGE AWARDS 

YEAR 

1973 - 1974 

Buttons Awarded 

50's 790 

60's 100 

70's 8 

50's — Past Master 27 

60's — Past Master 5 

70 YEARS A MASON 

Bro. Alexander H. Welker, Grand River Lodge, No. 151, 
Kitchener 

Bro. Elgin A. Harris, Burlington Lodge, No. 165, Bur- 
lington 

W. Bro. N. L. Oliver, Seven Star Lodge, No. 285, AUiston 

Bro. William E. Rayner, St. David's Lodge, No. 302, St. 
Thomas 

Bro. William H. Irving, North Star Lodge, No. 322, Owen 
Sound 

Bro. Edward Fletcher, Union Lodge, No. 380, London 

Bro. Harold Megginson, Keystone Lodge, No. 412, Sault 
Ste. Marie 

Bro. John Baird, Stanley Lodge, No. 426, Toronto 

60 YEARS A PAST MASTER 

W. Bro. George R. IngMs, St. Mark's Lodge, No. 105, 

Niagara FaUs 
W. Bro. Charles E. Janes, Forest Lodge, No. 263, Forest 
W. Bro. Edwin Leigh, Pnyx Lodge, No. 312, Wallaceburg 
W. Bro. Joseph A. Clements, Tuscan Lodge, No. 437, 

Samia 
V.W. Bro. Maurice F. Dyke, Penewobikong Lodge, No. 

487, Blind River 

WILLIAM MERCER WILSON MEDALS 

Bro. Gordon Wesley Holnbeck, Corinthian Lodge, No. 
101, Peterborough 



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Bro. Arthur Wilbur Ayre, Union Lodge, No. 380, London 
Bro. Charles Wellington Booth, University Lodge, No. 

496, Toronto 
Bro. John Thomas, Perfection Lodge, No. 616, St. Cath- 
arines 

On your behalf I am extremely pleased to congratu- 
late these brethren on their long association and service in 
Masonry. May they enjoy good health as we are privileged 
to number them as our honoured Masonic brothers. With- 
out in any way taking from the other honours perhaps we 
might be permitted to say special congratulations to our 
brethren who have been awarded the William Mercer 
Wilson Medal. Extraordinary labours in ministering to 
their brethren have been called for in their cases. 

NORTH AMERICAN CONFERENCES OF GRAND 
MASTERS AND GRAND SECRETARIES 

These splendid meetings in Washington, D.C., were 
attended by the Grand Master, the Deputy Grand Master 
and the Grand Secretary. The papers presented were most 
interesting and were fully discussed. These meetings 
afford an opportunity of exchanging ideas with others from 
the entire North American continent. 

DONATIONS 

Your Grand Master has been pleased to make the 
following donations to several Ontario community organi- 
zations and I now ask for your approval. 

Salvation Army (Ontario Division) $ 500.00 

Canadian National Institute for the Blind 

(Ontario Division) 500.00 

Boy Scouts (Ontario Division) 400.00 

Girl Guides (Ontario Division) 400.00 

Canadian Cancer Society (Ontario Division) .... 500.00 

Ontario Society for Crippled Children 500.00 

Ontario Society for Retarded Children 500.00 

Canadian Heart Fund (Ontario Division) 500.00 

Canadian Arthritic Fund 400.00 

St. John's Ambulance (Ontario Division) .... 200.00 

$4,400.00 



50 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

TRIBUTE TO M.W. BRO. HARRY L. MARTYN 

Few Canadian Masons are better known, both in 
Ontario and elsewhere, than M.W. Bro. Harry L. Martyn, 
Grand Master from 1957 to 1959. From 1959 until last 
year he served as Custodian of the Work. In each of those 
years, in addition to his other responsibihties, he gave 
liberally of his time and skill to instruct the District Deputy 
Grand Masters, from Kenora to Cornwall, in the proper 
discharge of their duties. In all, 580 D.D.G.M.s passed 
under his tutelage. And of course he held frequent 
Lodges of Instruction, which are almost legendary for 
their combination of ampHtude and good humour. 

On March 28, 1974, the brethren of our province 
were privileged to demonstrate the love and respect in 
which they hold this great Mason. The occasion was a 
Testimonial Dinner, held in Toronto. The planning was im- 
peccable, the appointments lavish, and the programme 
superb. A total of 729 brethren were present, from the 
whole width and breadth of Ontario. As the culminating 
point of the proceedings, a cheque for $7500 was pre- 
sented to M.W. Bro. Martyn, in order to furnish and 
equip a room in his name at the Toronto East General 
Hospital of which he has been a Director for many years. 
A wonderful tribute to a wonderful man. 

GRAND LODGE PUBLICATIONS 

The enthusiastic reception of the book "Beyond the 
Pillars" far overshadowed the fondest hopes of the Com- 
mittee on the Publication. Almost 20,000 copies have been 
sold and everyone who has purchased the book appears 
to be overjoyed with the format and contents. The hope is 
that there will be another edition. 

The preliminary sales of the book "The First Grand 
Master" are very encouraging and I am sure that anyone 
who purchases and reads this fine book will be well repaid 
for the time spent in perusing it. Again it is the hope of 
your Grand Master that everyone will at least read this 
well-written book. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 51 

For the past several years V. Wor. Bro. J. Lawrence 
Runnalls has dihgently edited "The Bulletin" and has done 
a wonderful job. I feel certain that he will receive the well 
earned thanks of every member of our Grand Lodge for 
his loyalty and dedication to the furtherance of Free- 
masonry in our Grand Jurisdiction. Your Grand Master 
wishes to express his smcere thanks to Bro. Runnalls for 
the excellence of the "Bulletin" and for his warm friend- 
ship and advice. 

TUTORIAL ASSISTANCE FOR CANDIDATES 
AND MASTER MASONS 

For the past several years Worshipful Masters have 
been encouraged to engage Master Masons in assisting in 
conferring degrees. Learning the Work by word of mouth 
can be very time consuming and arduous. In order that 
reliable aid be made available we propose to allow Master 
Masons who have passed the necessary satisfactory exam- 
ination in open Lodge to purchase copy of the Work 
through their Lodge Secretary. 

The Question-answer examination cards have proven 
very welcome aids by the mentors or tutors of candidates. 
This instruction assistance will be expanded through the 
provision of copy of the Work on loan for each degree 
under the direction of the Instruction Committee. In addi- 
tion the booklets for the petitioner and the candidate are 
being revised and greatly expanded. 



GRAND MASTER'S BANQUET 

Again this year sincere thanks is extended to Rt. Wor. 
Bro. Colin MacKenzie for the very fine arrangements for 
our annual banquet. Your Grand Master and, I am sure, 
every Mason present extends sincere thanks and apprecia- 
tion to Bro. MacKenzie for his efforts put forth for our 
pleasure and satisfaction. This year will see 2,000 Brethren 
sitting down to break bread together and listen to our 
celebrated speaker. Most Wor. Bro. Forrest D. Haggard, 
Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Kansas. 



52 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

In conclusion may I again say what a thrill it was to 
have served you during the past year; what a tremendous 
number of friendships 1 have made and what an impression 
the enthusiasm of my brethren has made on me. The 
warmth and dignity with which I have been received dis- 
plays, beyond a doubt, the esteem in which the office of 
Grand Master is held. 1 wish to congratulate the Secre- 
taries of the Lodges for the very fine notices and news- 
letters sent out this past year. I will look back on this past 
year with the fondest of memories and also an increased 
desire to serve this great Fraternity of Freemasonry. May 
I wish you all a safe and pleasant summer hohday and 
hope that in the fall you will return to your Lodges full 
of enthusiasm and desire to increase your knowledge of 
Masonry. 



Sincerely and fraternally, 



GEO. E. TURNER, 

Grand Master. 



APPENDEX «A" 
VISITATIONS 

(1) Supreme Council, A. & A.S.R., Vancouver, Sep- 
tember 4-8, 1973, by the Grand Master. 

(2) Grand Lodge of Iowa, Cedar Rapids, September 
18-20, 1973, by the Grand Master. 

(3) Grand Lodge of Delaware, Newport, October 2-4, 
1973, by the Grand Master. 

(4) Grand Lodge of West Virginia, Charleston, October 
7-9, 1973, by the Grand Master. 

(5) Grand Lodge of Ohio, Cincinnati, October 12-13, 
1973, by M.W. Bro. B. B. Foster. 

(6) Grand Lodge of Maryland, Baltimore, November 
19-21, 1973, by the Grand Master and Grand 
Secretary. 

(7) Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Decem- 
ber 4-6, 1973, by the Grand Master. 

(8) Grand Lodge of District of Columbia, Washington, 
December 18-20, 1973, by the Grand Master. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 53 

(9) Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, Boston, December 
26-28, 1973, by the Grand Master and Grand 
Secretary. 

(10) Grand Masters' and Grand Secretaries' Conferences 
of North America, Washington, D.C., February 17- 
20, 1974, by the Grand Master, Grand Secretary 
and Deputy Grand Master. 

(11) York Grand Lodge of Mexico, Guadalajara, March 
7-9, 1974, by the Grand Master and Grand 
Secretary. 

(12) Grand Chapter, Royal Arch Masons of Canada in 
the Province of Ontario, April 22-24, 1974, by the 
Grand Master and Grand Secretary. 

(13) Grand Lodge of New York, New York City, May 
7-9, 1974, by the Grand Master. 

(14) Grand Lodge of Maine, Portland, May 7-9, 1974, 
by M.W. Bro. W. K. Bailey. 

(15) Grand Lodge of Indiana, Indianapolis, May 20-22, 
1974, by the Grand Master. 

(16) Grand Lodge of Michigan, Detroit, May 28-30, 
1974, by the Grand Master. 

(17) Grand Lodge of Manitoba, Brandon, June 5-6, 
1974, by M.W. Bro. W. K. Bailey. 

(18) Grand Lodge of Quebec, Montreal, June 6-7, 1974, 
by M.W. Bro. B. B. Foster. 

(19) Grand Lodge of British Columbia, Victoria, June 
19-20, 1974, by the Grand Master. 

(20) Grand Lodge of Alberta, Edmonton, June 21-22, 
1974, by the Grand Master. 

APPENDIX "B" 
DISTRICT RECEPTIONS 

(1) Windsor District, Windsor, February 16, 1974. 

(2) Peterborough District, Peterborough, February 27, 
1974. 

(3) Georgian District, Barrie, April 27, 1974. 

(4) South Huron District, Saltford, May 4, 1974. 

(5) Muskoka-Parry Sound District, HuntsviUe, May 18, 
1974. 

(6) Eastern District, Chesterville, June 1, 1974. 

(7) Nipissing East District, New Liskeard, June 8, 1974. 



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APPENDIX «C' 
CENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS 

(1) Dufferin Lodge, No. 291, West Flamboro, Septem- 
ber 22, 1973. 

(2) Winghain Lodge, No. 286 and 

Blyth Lodge, No. 303, Wingham, September 29, 
1973. 

(3) Moore Lodge, No. 294, Mooretown, October 13, 
1973. 

(4) Leamington Lodge, No. 290, Leamington, October 
17, 1973. 

(5) St. David's Lodge, No. 302, St. Thomas, October 
27, 1973. 

(6) Humber Lodge, No. 305, Toronto, January 17, 
1974. 

(7) Clementi Lodge, No. 313, Peterborough, February 
27, 1974. 

(8) Durham Lodge, No. 306, Durham, April 5, 1974. 

(9) Minerva Lodge, No. 304, Barrie, April 27, 1974. 

(10) Morning Star Lodge, No. 309, Saltford, May 4, 

1974. 

(11) Doric Lodge, No. 316, Toronto, May 16, 1974. 

(12) Blackwood Lodge, No. 311, Woodbridge, May 24, 
1974. 

(13) Blair Lodge, No. 314, Palmerston, May 25, 1974. 

(14) Temiskaming Lodge, No. 462, New Liskeard, 70th 
Anniversary, June 8, 1974. 

(15) Chesterville Lodge, No. 320, ChesterviUe, June 1, 
1974. 



APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEE ON THE 
GRAND MASTER'S ADDRESS 

At the conclusion of the Address it was moved by 
M.W. Bro. H. L. Martyn, seconded by M.W. Bro. W. L. 
Wright and carried: That a committee, composed of all the 
Past Grand Masters present, consider and report to Grand 
Lodge on the Grand Master's Address. The motion was 
put by the Deputy Grand Master. 



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REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON 
DECEASED BRETHREN 

This Report was presented by R.W. Bro, M. J. 
Damp, Chairman, and on motion of the Deputy Grand 
Master, seconded by R.W. Bro. Damp, it was received 
and adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

It is with a deep sense of solemnity that we, the Committee 
on Deceased Brethren, introduce this report into the deliberations 
of this Communication to pay tribute to those of our Brethren 
whom fate has dictated their passing from our midst. 

The sorrow for the dead is the only sorrow from which we 
refuse to be divorced. Every other wound we seek to heal, every 
other affliction to forget; but this wound we consider it a duty to 
keep open; this affliction we cherish and brood over in solitude. 

While praising what is lost makes the remembrance dear, 
every Brother whose memory we recall was the architect of his 
own fortune, builded well upon a sound philosophy of life. Nor, 
in truth, would the honour of illustrious men continue after death, 
if their own spirits did not make us preserve a longer remembrance 
of them. 

They shall grow not old. 

As we that are left grow old: 
Age shall not weary them. 

Nor the years condemn. 
At the going down of the sun. 

And in the morning 
We will remember them. 

Man, in all his creative power, foretells afar, the courses of 
the stars, the very hour he knows when they shall darken or glow 
bright; yet does the eclipse of sorrow and of death come unfore- 
warned. 

Thou art gone to the grave. 

But we will not deplore thee, 
Though sorrows and darkness 
Encompass the tomb. 

During the past year our losses among the ranks of elected 
and appointed Grand Lodge Officers have been unbearably heavy 
and as we peruse the Tablet Pages, let us also recall our debt to the 
many Brethren who will not be mentioned heretofore, but who 
also served well in their own sphere. 

It has been my privilege to have been the Chairman of your 
Committee on Deceased Brethren and I acknowledge the kindly 



56 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

assistance afforded by my 10 associates. They have performed a 
yoeman task in keeping a finger on the pulse of respect throughout 
the jurisdiction. 

We are deeply indebted to the District Deputy Grand 
Masters for the manner in which they transmitted the pertinent 
information and to the Grand Secretary and his staff for their 
compilation of same. 

We recognize the splendid contribution the various Masonic 
Service Guilds have rendered to the Order, particularly their 
assistance and guidance to those from out-of-town who have 
experienced bewilderment in what may have appeared to be a crisis. 

It should not be starthng that your committee is concerned 
over a few matters and would welcome your comments on its 
observations and suggestions. For instance, the failure of many 
lodges to pay proper respect to a deceased member. What better 
vehicle is there beside the media to eulogize and publicize the 
demise of a brother than the Lodge Summons. We strongly urge all 
Masters to consider foregoing social and district announcements 
in the Summons in favour of a well documented and meaningful 
obituary of a deceased brother as the occasion arises and that a 
copy be forwarded to the family of the decedent. 

Likewise, one might hope for a degree of improvement in the 
manner in which the Memorial Service is conducted in many 
instances. Bearing in mind that the service is usually conducted 
in the presence of the deceased brother's family, it is not un- 
reasonable to expect that it would be performed in a manner of 
perfection that we associate with the Clergy. To this end, we take 
the liberty to suggest to each Master that he select a group of 6 
brethren possessed of such talents as are indicative of a pleasing 
and impressive delivery to conduct the entire ceremony in each 
case. Your committee need not emphasize the solemnity of such 
occasions and the state of mourning we participate in, and in order 
to dispell the remotest tendency to create an air of pageantry, it 
suggests you consider the possibility of undress regalia and the 
absence of all jewels as the proper dress for such activities. 

The climate of public opinion on any topic may be subject to 
a gradual change but occasionally it can be affected by a hearty 
shove in the direction of enlightenment, administered by certain 
men. 

Not too many of us can accomplish significant change by this 
means, for it calls for conviction, persuasiveness and forceful 
leadership; but these are qualities possessed by and associated with 
many of the departed Brethren we pay sincere tribute to today. 

Our Brethren were able to blend this with a warmth of 
personality and sense of brotherhood, and from personal exposure 
to a goodly number of them, always a robust sense of humor, 
all of which attests to their intellectual capacity and their impact 
on others. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 57 

There can be little doubt in our minds that these distinguished 
Brethren whose names are now inscribed on our Honour Roll in 
perpetuity have left our fraternity in much better order than they 
found it and we are greatly in their debt. 

Their renown has been purchased, not by deeds of violence 
and blood, but by the diligent dispensation of pleasure and they 
would remind us that the path of sorrow leads to the land where 
sorrow is unknown. 

As we recall the names of these Brethren, let us thank the 
Most High for the privilege of having known them, and let us 
remember that each has left his mark for good though our finite 
minds recall only the great. 

"I took a day to search for God, 

and found him not. 
"But as I trod the rocky ledge, 

through woods untamed, just where 
one scarlet lily flamed — I saw 
His footprints in the sod. 
"Then suddenly, all aware, far off 

in the deep shadows where a solitary 
thrush sang through the holy twilight 
hush, I heard His voice upon the air — 
God's voice". 
These, our departed Brethren, may not have all been famous, 
but they were our Brethren, and to those who profess a belief in 
the Fatherhood of God, they were the Sons of God. They all died 
in Faith, not having received the promises, but having seen them 
afar off. 

In loving memory and affection of all our deceased Brethren, 
we now name those who served as Grand Lodge Officers: 



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R.W. BRO. CLARENCE ARTHUR BAILEY 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1971. 

Born in Harold, Ontario, 1908. 

Died, June 9, 1974. 

Initiated in Stirling Lodge, No. 69, Stirling, 1931. 

Affiliated with St. Francis Lodge, No. 24, Smiths Falls, 1946. 

Worshipful Master, St. Francis Lodge, 1955. 



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R.W. BRO. GEORGE FREDERICK BAILEY 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1933. 

Rnrn in 1893. 

Died, March 17. 1974. 

Initiated in Golden Beaver Lodge No. 528, Timmins, 1916. 

rharter Member, Spruce Falls Lodge, No. 648, Kapiiskasing, 1928. 

Affiliated with OrilUa Lodge, No. 192, Orillia, 1958. 

Worshipful Master, Golden Beaver Lodge, 1925. 

Worshipful Master, Spruce Falls Lodge, 1928. 

R.W. BRO. HOWARD JAMES BALMER 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1945. 

Born in Howard Township, 1896. 

Died, January 24, 1974. 

Initiated in Victory Lodge, No. 563, Chatham, 1920. 

Worshipful Master, 1930. 

R.W. BRO. JOHN BRIGGS 
District Deputy Grand Master, 1957. 

Born in Glasgow, Scotland, 1908. 

Died, April 1, 1974. 

Initiated in Garden Lodge, No. 641, Windsor, 1930. 

Worshipful Master, 1934 and 1945. 

R.W. BRO. CARL S. BROWNE 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1959. 

Born in Kamloops, B.C., 1890. 

Died, August 17, 1973. 

Initiated in Peterborough Lodge, No. 523, Peterborough, 1919. 

Worshipful Master, 1929. 

R.W. BRO. GEORGE ALBERT BRYANT 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1973. 

Born in Hamilton, Ontario, 1913. 

Died, August 21, 1973. 

Initiated in Strict Observance Lodge, No. 27, Hamilton, 1944. 

Worshipful Master, 1956. 

R.W. BRO. rVAN GARDEN CHALMERS 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1936. 

Born in Dundee, Scotland, 1896. 

Died. July 28, 1973. 

Initiated in Albert Lodge, No. 448, Dundee, Scotland. 

Affiliated with St. Alban's Lodge, No. 200, Mount Forest, 1924. 

Worshipful Master, 1931-32. 

R.W. BRO. DAVID LEE CRAMP 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1930. 

Bom in 1890. 

Died, January 27, 1974. 

Initiated in Silver Lodge No. 486, Cobalt, 1912. 

Charter Member, Doric Lodge, No. 623, Kirkland Lake, 1923. 

Worsliipful Master, Doric Lodge, 1926. 

R.W. BRO. STANLEY STUART CROUCH 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1940. 

Born in Toronto, Ontario, 1892. 

Died, December 17, 1973. 

Initiated in Georgina Lodge, No. 343, Toronto, 1920. 

Affiliated with Richardson Lodge, No. 136, Stouffville, 1955. 

Worshipful Master, Georgina Lodge, 1932-33, 1933-34. 






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R.W. BRO. JOHN GEORGE DODD 
Grand Jnnior Warden, 1949. 

Born in Manotick, Ontario, 1893. 

Died, December 27, 1973. 

Initiated in Grenville Lodge, No. 629, Toronto, 1926. 

Affiliated with Corinthian Lodge, No. 481, Toronto, 1958. 

Worshipful Master, Grenville Lodge, 1947. 

R.W. BRO. EDWIN FLOCK FARROW 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1931. 

Bom in Stratford, Ontario, 1890. 

Died, December 7, 1973. 

Initiated in Cedar Lodge, No. 270, Oshawa, 1914. 

Affiliated with Remembrance Lodge, No. 586, Toronto, 1965. 

Worshipful Master, Cedar Lodge, 1928. 

R.W, BRO. EVERON FLATH 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1916. 

Born in Drayton, Ontario, 1877. 

Died, November 21, 1973. 

Initiated in Conestogo Lodge, No. 295, Dravton, 1906. 

Charter Member, Wellington Lodge, No. 635, Toronto, 1925. 

Also a member of Waterloo Lodge, No. 539; Kingsway Lodge 
No. 655; Delta Lodge, No. 634; Astra Lodge, No. 682 
Corinthian Lodge, No. 481; Grand River Lodge, No. 151 
High Park Lodge, No. 531; Sunnylea Lodge, No. 664. 

Worshipful Master, Conestogo Lodge, 1912. 

Worshipful Master, Wellington Lodge, 1925. 

R.W. BRO. JOHN LEWIS GOOD 
District Deputy Grand Master, 1956. 

Bom in Kenmore, Ontario, 1901. 

Died, September 16, 1973. 

Initiated in Stirling Lodge, No. 69, Stirling, 1939. 

Worshipful Master, 1946-47. 

R.W. BRO. EDMUND NEILL GREGORY 

Grand Senior Warden, 1951. 

Bom in Lindsay, Ontario, 1900. 

Died, February 24, 1974. 

Initiated in Faithful Brethren Lodge, No. 77, Lindsay, 1921. 

Affiliated with North Gate Lodge, No. 591, Toronto, 1944. 

Worshipful Master, Faithful Brethren Lodge, 1941. 

R.W. BRO. ARCHIBALD KIRKALDY GRAHAM 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1967 

Bom in Scotland, 1905. 

Died, August 25, 1973. 

Initiated in Doric Lodge, No. 623, Kirkland Lake, 1933. 

Affiliated with Aurum Lodge, No. 704, Timmins, 1960. 

Affiliated with Union Lodge, No. 7, Grimsby, 1972. 

Worshipful Master, Aurum Lodge, 1960 and 1961. 

R.W. BRO. FREDERICK EDWARD HARRISON 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1970. 

Born in London, England, 1904. 

Died, December 19, 1973. 

Initiated in Grey Lodge, No. 589, Toronto, 1946. 

Worshipful Master, 1967. 

R.W. BRO. CARL J. HEIMRICH 

Grand Senior Warden, 1947. 

Born in Kitchener, Ontario, 1892. 

Died, September 26, 1973. 

Initiated in Twin City Lodge, No. 509, Kitchener, 1914. 

Worshipful Master, 1933. 



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R.W. BRO. HARRY HARTLEY HIGGINS 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1958. 

Born in Niagara Falls, Ontario, 1904. 

Died, December 6, 1973. 

Initiated in St. Mark's Lodge, No. 105, Niagara Falls, 1926. 

Worshipful Master, 1935. 

R.W. BRO. GEORGE FREDERICK KEVGSMILL 
Grand Senior Warden, 1945. 
Born in London, Ontario, 1892. 
Died, December 16, 1973. 

Initiated in St. John's Lodge, No. 209a, London, 1918. 
Charter Member of Centennial Lodge, No. 684, London, 1955. 
Honorary Member, Strict Observance Lodge, No. 27, Hamilton. 

1945. 
Worshipful Master, St. John's Lodge, 1934. 

R.W. BRO. CLEMENT ANDREW LEGGETT 

District Depnty Grand Master, 1949. 

Born in Shawville, P.Q., 1900. 

Died, March 30, 1974. 

Initiated in Tuscan Lodge. No. 541, Toronto, 1922. 

Affiliated with True Blue Lodge, No. 98, Bolton, 1936. 

Worshipful Master, True Blue Lodge, 1942, 1943. 

R.W. BRO. CLIFFORD FREEMAN MALLETT 

District Depnty Grand Master, 1946-47. 
Grand Lodge of Alberta. 

Born in Dundas, Ontario, 1891. 

Died, July 9. 1973. 

Initiated in Irricana Lodge, No. 137, Alberta, 1932. 

Affiliated with Valley Lodge, No. 100, Dundas, 1959. 

Worshipful Master, Irricana Lodge, 1941. 

R.W. BRO. FRED ERLE MASON 

Grand Registrar, 1952. 

Born in Chatham, Ontario, 1882. 

Died, April 3, 1974. 

Initiated in Great Western Lodge, No 47, Windsor, 1919. 

Worshipful Master, 1933. 

R.W. BRO. WILLIAM OLIVER MATTHEWS 

Grand Registrar, 1933. 

Born in 1893. 

Died, March 12, 1974. 

Initiated in Orient Lodge, No. 339, Toronto, 1921. 

Worshipful Master, Cedar Lodge, 1928. 

R.W. BRO. DOUGALD ALEXANTiER McINNIS 

District Depnty Grand Master, 1941. 

Born in Thedford, Ontario, 1897. 

Died, December 18, 1973. 

Initiated in Great Western Lodge, No. 47, Windsor, 1919. 

Worshipful Master, 1937. 

R.W. BRO. HAROLD CECIL McKECHNIE 
District Deputy Grand Master, 1943. 
Bom in 1895. 
Died, December 27, 1973. 

Initiated in Durham Lodge, No. 306, Durham, 1923. 
Worshipful Master. 1932-33. 

R.W. BRO. FRED J. McLEOD 
District Depnty Grand Master, 1938. 
Born in London Township, 1889. 
Died, May 31, 1974. 

Initiated in Craig Lodge, No. 574, Ailsa Craig, 1921. 
Worshipful Master, 1929. 



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R.W. BRO. WILLIAM JAMES McNALLY 
District Deputy Grand Master, 1956. 

Born in Inwood, Ontario, 1892. 

Died, June 5, 1974. 

Initiated in Inv/ood Lodge, No. 503, Inwood, 1929. 

Worshipful Master, 1940. 

R.W. BRO. JAMES POUNDER 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1965. 

Born in Napanee, Ontario, 1908. 

Died, September 22. 1973. 

Initiated in Clifton Lodge, No. 254, Niagara Falls, 1948. 

Worshipful Master, 1957. 

R.W. BRO. GEORGE MOSS QUACKENBUSH 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1956. 

Born in Toronto, Ontario, 1885. 

Died, June 9, 1973. 

Initiated in Valley Lodge, No. 100, Dundas, 1909. 

Worshipful Master, 1925-26. 

R.W. BRO. WILLIAM HENRY RATH 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1932. 

Born in Lansdowne, Ontario, 1882. 

Died, October 19, 1973. 

Initiated in Lansdowne Lodge, No. 387, Lansdowne, 1903. 

Worshipful Master, 1907. 

R.W. BRO. CHARLES E. RICHARDSON 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1922. 

Born in St. Marys, Ontario, 1885. 

Died, March 10, 1974. 

Initiated in St. Marys Lodge, No. 493, St. Marys, 1909. 

Amalg. St. James Lodge, No. 73, St. Marys, 1934. 

Worshipful Master, St. Marys Lodge, 1918. 

R.W. BRO. OLIVER ROYDEN TANNER 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1964. 

Born in Sarnia, Ontario, 1899. 

Died, January 15, 1974. 

Initiated in The Pas Lodge, No. 124, Manitoba, 1924. 

Affiliated with Thunder Bay Lodge, No. 618, Thunder Bay, 1928 

Worshipful Master, Thunder Bay Lodge, 1935. 

R.W. BRO. HENRY BAPTIST MONTFORD TICHBORNE 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1940. 

Born in 1887. 

Died, December 27, 1973. 

Initiated in Maitland Lodge, No. 33, Goderich, 1912 

Worshipful Master, 1923. 

R.W. BRO. HOWARD B. TEVDAL 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1934. 

Born in Ogdensburg, N.Y., 1892. 

Died, April 27, 1974. 

Initiated in Acacian Lodge, No. 705, Ogdensburg, N.Y. 

Affiliated with Excelsior Lodge, No. 142, Morrisburg, 1920. 

Worshipful Master, Excelsior Lodge, 1928. 

R.V/. BRO. JOHN ORVIL TOLMAN 
District Deputy Grand Master, 1960. 

Bom in Southwold Townsiiip, 1899. 

Died, February 4, 1974. 

Initiated in Prince of Wales Lodge, No. 171, lona Station, 1949. 

Worshipful Master. 1958. 



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V.W. BRO. ARTHUR ARCHIBALD 

Grand Senior Deacon, 1956. 

Bom in Seaforth, Ontario, 1896. 

Died, December 7, 1973. 

Initiated in Florence Lodge, No. 390, Florence, 1918. 

Affiliated with Composite Lodge, No. 30, Whitby, 1929. 

Charter Member, David T. Campbell Lodge, No. 706, Whitby, 

1962. 
Worshipful Master, Composite Lodge, 1949. 

V.W. BRO. HUGH OSWOLD ARMSTRONG 

Grand Steward, 1956. 

Bom in Powassan, Ontario, 1888. 

Died, January 21, 1974. 

Initiated in Silver Lodge, No. 486, Cobalt, 1936. 

Worshipful Master, 1945. 

V.W. BRO. CHRISTOPHER BEATTIE 

Grand Steward, 1968. 

Bom in Motherwell, Scotland, 1898. 

Died, April 2, 1974. 

Initiated in General Mercer Lodge, No. 548, Toronto, 1942. 

Worshipful Master, 1954. 

V.W. BRO. GORDON JULIUS BOIUSEMAN 

Grand Steward, 1968. 

Bom in Gravenhurst, Ontario, 1913. 

Died, June 11, 1974. 

Initiated in Golden Rule Lodge, No. 409, Gravenhurst, 1939. 

Worshipful Master, 1947. 

V.W. BRO. ABRAHAM BRODEY 

Asst. Grand Director of Ceremonies, 1933. 

Born in Toronto, Ontario, 1892. 

Died, September 6, 1973. 

Initiated in Palestine Lodge, No. 559, Toronto, 1920. 

Worshipful Master, 1925. 

V.W. BRO. CHARLES FREDERICK BROOKES 

Grand Standard Bearer, 1937. 

Bom in England, 1882. 

Died, October 10. 1973. 

Initiated in The Beaches Lodge, No. 473, Toronto, 1906. 

Charter Member, The Imperial Lodge, No. 543, Toronto 1918. 

Worshipful Master, Imperial Lodge, 1924. 

V.W. BRO. EDWARD BURNS 

Grand Steward, 1949. 

Born in Ottawa, Ontario, 1897. 

Died, December 25, 1973. 

Initiated in Ashlar Lodge, No. 564, Ottawa, 1923. 

Worshipful Master, 1936-37. 

V.W. BRO. JAMES FREDERICK CAMPBELL 

Grand Steward, 1948. 

Bom in Toronto, Ontario, 1898. 

Died, November 17, 1973. 

Initiated in Ulster Lodge, No. 537, Toronto. 1921. 

Affiliated with Transportation Lodge, No. 583, Toronto, 1936. 

Worshipful Master, Transportation Lodge, 1944. 

V.W. BRO. WILLIAM HENRY CAMPBELL 

Grand Director of Ceremonies, 1957. 

Bom in Toronto, Ontario, 1900. 

Died, October 22, 1973. 

Initiated in Ashlar Lodge, No. 247, Toronto, 1927. 

Worshipful Master, 1943. 



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V.W. BRO. JAMES MATHESON CONNOR 

Grand Steward, 1938. 

Born in Hamilton, Ontario, 1884. 

Died, November 14, 1973. 

Initiated in Corinthian Lodge, No. 513, Hamilton, 1916. 

Charter Member, Ionic Lodge No. 549, Hamilton, 1919. 

AffiUated with Acacia Lodge, No. 61, Hamilton, 1942. 

Worshipful Master, Ionic Lodge, 1925. 

V.W. BRO. JAMES FEAGAN 

Grand Steward, 1960. 

Bom in Colbome Township, 1900. 

Died, September 18, 1973. 

Initiated in Morning Star Lodge, No. 309, Carlow, 1924. 

Worshipful Master, 1938. 

V.W, BRO. CLARENCE W. FLETT 

Grand Steward, 1960. 

Born in Windsor, Ontario, 1909. 

Died, July 16, 1973. 

Initiated in St. Andrew's Lodge, No. 642, Windsor, 1945 

Worshipful Master, 1953. 

V.W. BRO. ALBERT WYCTON GBLROY 

Grand Steward, 1963. 

Born in Cookstown, Ontario, 1900. 

Died, October 16, 1973. 

Initiated in Manitoba Lodge, No. 236, Cookstown, 1942. 

Worshipful Master, 1950. 

V.W. BRO. HORACE GREEN 

Grand Steward, 1956. 

Born in Bedford, England, 1892. 

Died, June 8, 1974. 

Initiated in Dundum Lodge, No. 475, Hamilton, 1920. 

Affiliated with Leeds Lodge, No. 201, Gananoque, 1937 

Worshipful Master, Leeds Lodge, 1941 and 1942. 

V.W. BRO. WILLIAM KENNETH GUNN 
Grand Steward, 1950. 

Bom in 1909. 

Died, October 24, 1973. 

Initiated in Mattawa Lodge, No. 405, Mattawa, 1943 

Worshipful Master, 1949-50. 

V.W. BRO. FREDERICK CECIL HAMILTON 

Grand Steward, 1968. 

Born in Toronto, Ontario, 1896. 

Died, February 20, 1974. 

Initiated in Beaches Lodge, No. 473, Toronto, 1920. 

Affiliated with Rehoboam Lodge, No. 65, Toronto, 1936 

Worshipful Master, Rehoboam Lodge, 1947. 

V.W. BRO. PERCY F. HARE 

Grand Steward, 1939. 

Born in Prince Edward County, 1892. 

Died, March 2, 1974. 

Initiated in Durham Lodge, No. 66, Newcastle, 1927 

Worshipful Master, 1934. 

V.W. BRO. HOMER GEORGE HART 
Grand Steward, 1969. 

Born in 1912. 

Died, November 7, 1973. 

Initiated in St. Paul's Lodge, No. 107, Lambeth, 1947 

Worshipful Master, 1960. 



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V.W. BRO. GUY STANFORD HAYES 

Grand Steward, 1963. 

Born in Ridgetown. Ontario, 1890. 

Died, January 4, 1974. 

Initiated in Moore Lodge, No. 294, Courtright, 1920. 

Worshipful Master, 1932. 

V.W. BRO. RAYMOND FOSTER HEATH 

Grand Standard Bearer, 1963. 

Born in Rushden, Northamptonshire, England, 1898. 
Died, September 9, 1973. 

Initiated in Golden Fleece Lodge, No. 607, Toronto, 1922. 
Affiliated with Muskoka Lodge, No. 360, Bracebridge, 1951. 
Worshipful Master, Golden Fleece Lodge, 1933. 

V.W. BRO. ROBERT HODGSON 

Grand Steward, 1967. 

Born in England, 1903. 

Died, March 19, 1974. 

Initiated in Harmony Lodge, No. 438, Toronto, 1941. 

Worshipful Master, 1953. 

V.W. BRO. ARTHUR JAMES HORTON 

Grand Steward, 1960. 

Born in Lansdowne, Ontario, 1903. 

Died. May 11, 1974. 

Initiated in Lansdowne Lodge, No. 387, Lansdowne, 1925. 

Worshipful Master, 1933. 

V.W. BRO. JAMES HEDLEY HUTCHISON 

Grand Steward, 1967. 

Born in Niagara Township, 1916. 

Died September 21, 1973. 

Initiated in Niagara Lodge, No. 2, Niag.-on-the-Lake, 1949. 

Worshipful Master, 1962. 

V.W. BRO. GEORGE EDWIN ADOLPHUS JACOB 

Grand Steward, 1948. 

Born in Brodhagen, Ontario, 1893. 

Died, May 24, 1974. 

Initiated in Nipissing Lodge, No. 420, North Bay, 1916. 

Affiliated with Twin City Lodge, No. 509, Kitchener, 1920. 

Worshipful Master, Twin City Lodge, 1931-32. 

V.W. BRO. ALBERT HENRY JELLY 

Grand Steward, 1952. 

Born in 1898. 

Died, December 14, 1973. 

Initiated in Lome Lodge, No. 377, Shelbume, 1921. 

Worshipful Master, 1928-29. 

V.W. BRO. JOSEPH ALLAN JOHNSTON 

Assistant Grand Director of Ceremonies, 1960. 

Born in London, 1904. 

Died, May 12, 1974. 

Initiated in Kilwinning Lodge, No. 64, London, 1927. 

Charter Member, Centennial Lodge. No. 684, London, 1955. 

Worshipful Master, Kilwinning Lodge, 1938. 

V.W. BRO. SAMUEL DAVID KAISER 

Grand Steward, 1966. 

Born in Township of Vaughan, York Co., 1910. 

Died, April 16, 1974. 

Initiated in Blackwood Lodge, No. 311, Woodbridge, 1943. 

Charter Member, Bridgewood Lodge, No. 713, VVoodbridge, 1964. 

Worshipful Master, Blackwood Lodge, 1961. 

First Master of Bridgewood Lodge, 1964. 



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V.W. BRO. FRANK STANTON KENT 

Grand Director of Ceremonies, 1928. 

Bom in Woodhouse Township, Ontario, 1886. 

Died, March 27, 1974. 

Initiated in Eureka Lodge, No. 283, Belleville, 1915. 

Affiliated with St. John's Lodge, No. 35, Cayuga, 1921. 

Affiliated with Norfolk Lodge, No. 10, Simcoe, 1939. 

Worshipful Master, St. John's Lodge, 1924. 

V.W. BRO. JOHN HILLIS KNOWLES 

Grand Steward, 1956. 

Bom in Ireland, 1891. 

Died, September 16, 1973. 

Initiated in Prince Arthur Lodge, No. 334, Arthur, 1920. 

Affiliated with Rising Sun Lodge, No. 129, Aurora, 1924. 

Worshipful Master, Rising Sun Lodge, 1936-37. 

V.W. BRO. LEO N. LANE 
Grand Steward, 1939. 

Born in Oshawa, Ontario, 1888. 

Died, August 14, 1973. 

Initiated in St. David's Lodge, No. 302, St. Thomas, 1914. 

Worshipful Master, 1924-25. 

V.W. BRO. JAMES LEMUEL MACDONALD 

Grand Steward, G.L. Quebec. 

Born in 1903. 

Died, December 30, 1973. 

Initiated in Friendship Lodge, No. 66, Cookshire, Que., 1938. 

Affiliated with Moira Lodge, No. 11, Belleville, 1968. 

Worshipful Master, Friendship Lodge, Quebec. 

V.W. BRO. FRED W. MARSH 

Grand Steward. 1960. 

Bora in Quebec City, 1883. 

Died, March 11, 1974. 

Initiated in St. John's Lodge, No. 3, Quebec City. 

Affiliated with Composite Lodge, No. 30, Whitby, 1938. 

Worshipful Master, St. John's Lodge, 1916. 

V.W. BRO. GEORGE HERBERT MAYNARD 

Grand Steward, 1972. 

Born in 1912. 

Died, April 1, 1974. 

Initiated in Oxford Lodge, No. 76, Woodstock, 1944. 

Affiliated with Oak Branch Lodge, No. 261, Innerkip, 1949. 

Worshipful Master, Oak Branch Lodge, 1964. 

V.W. BRO. ROBERT McGttL 

Grand Steward, 1969. 

Born in Scotland, 1898. 

Died, June 15, 1974. 

Initiated in Englehart Lodge, No. 534, Englehart, 1924. 

Affiliated with Haileybury Lodge, No. 485, Haileybury, 1956. 

Worshipful Master, Haileybury Lodge, 1963. 

V.W. BRO. REGEVfALD D. McLEAN 

Grand Steward, 1969. 

Born in Windsor, Ontario, 1909. 

Died, February 27, 1974. 

Initiated in Leamington Lodge, No. 290, Leamington, 1939. 

Worshipful Master, 1948. 

V.W. BRO. HUGH McLELLAN 

Grand Steward, 1959. 

Bom in Stirling, Scotland, 1889. 

Died, August 16, 1973. 

Initiated in Port Arthur Lodge, No. 499, Thunder Bay, 1939. 

Worshipful Master, 1947. 



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V.W. BRO. CLARENCE E. MILBURN 

Grand Steward, 1948. 

Bom in Seaforth, Ontario, 1894. 

Died, May 29, 1974. 

Initiated in Dominion Lodge, No. 598, Windsor, 1928. 

Worshipful Master, 1940. 

V.W. BRO. JOHN ALLISTER NICHOL 

Grand Steward, 1969. 

Born in Flesherton, Ontario, 1897. 

Died, January 2, 1974. 

Initiated in Prince Arthur Lodge, No. 333, Flesherton, 1952. 

Worshipful Master, 1965-66. 

V.W. BRO. GORDON DOUGLAS PATTINSON 

Grand Steward, 1960. 

Bom in Clarkson, Ontario, 1887. 

Died, August 10, 1973. 

Initiated in Mississauga Lodge, No. 524, Port Credit, 1918. 

Worshipful Master, 1926. 

V.W. BRO. RALPH FRANKLIN FETCH 

Grand Steward, 1961. 

Born in Waterloo County, 1900. 

Died, July 25, 1973. 

Initiated in Waterloo Lodge, No. 539, Waterloo, 1938. 

Worshipful Master, 1947. 

V.W. BRO. GEORGE EDWARD REES 

Grand Steward, 1950. 

Bom in Toronto, Ontario, 1897. 

Died, April 19, 1974. 

Initiated in General Mercer Lodge, No. 548, Toronto, 1921. 

Affiliated with Sunnylea Lodge, No. 664, Toronto, 1963. 

Worshipful Master, General Mercer Lodge, 1934. 

V.W. BRO. ERNEST ALBERT EBEN RUTLEDGE 

Grand Steward, 1952. 

Born in North Onslow, Quebec, 1889. 

Died, October 26, 1973. 

Initiated in North Bay Lodge, No. 617, North Bay, 1930. 

Worshipful Master, 1941. 

V.W. BRO. REGEVALD IVHLES SMITH 

Grand Steward, 1948. 

Born in 1889. 

Died, March 14, 1974. 

Initiated in Oakville Lodge, No. 400, Oakville, 1912. 

Charter Member, Claude M. Kent Lodge, No. 681, 1954. 

Charter Member, Trafalgar Lodge, No. 712, 1964. 

Worshipful Master, Oakville Lodge, 1924. 

V.W. BRO. JOSEPH WttMOT STEWART 

Assistant Grand Chaplain, 1961. 

Born in Greenoch Twp., Bruce Co., Ontario, 1887. 

Died, February 25, 1974. 

Initiated in Adanac Lodge, No. 614, St. Catharines, 1930. 

Affiliated with Old Light Lodge, No. 184, Lucknow, 1942. 

Affihated with OakviUe Lodge, No. 400, Oakville, 1951. 

Charter Member, Joseph A. Heam Lodge, No. 685, Pt. Credit, 

1956. 
Worshipful Master, Old Light Lodge, 1944. 

V.W. BRO. Wn>LIAM JOHN STREIGHT 

Grand Steward, 1944. 

Born in Augusta Twp., Co. Grenville, 1881. 

Died, February 22, 1974. 

Initiated in Mount Zion Lodge, No. 28, KemptvUle, 1910. 

Charter Member, Grenville Lodge, No. 629, Toronto, 1925. 

Worshipful Master, Grenville Lodge, 1927. 



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V.W. BRO. HARRY REX SYKES 

Grand Steward, 1961. 

Bom in Woodstock, Ontario, 1895. 

Died, September 2, 1973. 

Initiated in Oxford Lodge, No. 76, Woodstock, 1921. 

Affiliated with Temple Lodge, No. 597, London. 1923. 

Worshipful Master, Temple Lodge, 1947. 

V.W. BRO. GEORGE HERBERT VEALE 

Grand Steward, 1959. 

Born in Kingston, Ontario, 1891. 

Died, February 8, 1974. 

Initiated in Minden Lodge, No. 253, Kingston, 1919. 

Worshipful Master, 1930. 

V.W. BRO. WILLIAM HARVEY VICKERS 

Grand Steward, 1959. 

Born in Renwick, Ontario, 1894. 

Died, April 21, 1974. 

Initiated in Burlington Lodge, No. 165, Burlington, 1937. 

Charter Member, Brant Lodge, No. 663, BurUngton, 1949. 

Worshipful Master, Burlington Lodge, 1947. 

V.W. BRO. ARTHUR HENRY WOODLAND 

Grand Steward, 1947. 

Born in Mono Township, Dufferin Co., 1891. 
Died, July 21, 1973. 

Initiated in Harris Lodge, No. 216, Orangeville, 1917. 
Worshipful Master, 1936. 



R.W. BRO. ELDON CLIFFORD FREER 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1934. 

Born in Metcalfe Twp., Middlesex Co., 1896. 
Died, July 11, 1974. 

Initiated in Ionic Lodge No. 328, Napier, 1921. 
Worshipful Master, 1928-29. 

R.W. BRO. GEORGE CAMERON GAGE 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1948. 

Bom in BartonviUe, Ontario, 1896. 

Died, April 15, 1974. 

Initiated in Wardrope Lodge, No. 555, Hamilton, 1921. 

Worshipful Master, 1932. 

R.W. BRO. OSCAR CARL HILL KITCHING 

District Deputy Grand Master, 1946. 

Born in Oxford County, 1902. 

Died, July 7, 1974. 

Initiated in King Solomon's Lodge, No. 43, Woodstock, 1927. 

Worshipful Master, 1934-35. 

R.W. BRO. WILLIAM BELL McELWAIN 
District Deputy Grand Master, 1950. 

Born in Howick Township, Huron Co., 1907. 

Died, July 11, 1974. 

Initiated in Fordwich Lodge, No. 331, Fordwich, 1929. 

Worshipful Master, 1936-37. 

R.W. BRO. GILBERT SAMUEL WARREN 

Grand Registrar, 1940. 

Bom in Springdale, Newfoundland, 1898. 

Died, July 13, 1974. 

Initiated in Clifton Lodge, No. 254, Niagara Falls, 1930. 

Worshipful Master, 1935. 



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V.W. BRO. RICHARD THOMAS CADWALLADER 

Grand Steward, 1962. 

Born in Wales, 1905. 

Died, June 26, 1974. 

Initiated in Alexandra Lodge, No. 158, Oil Springs, 1939. 

Affiliated with Sydenham Lodge, No. 255. Dresden, 1948. 

Worshipful Master, Alexandra Lodge, 1943. 

V.W, BRO. CHESTER MacLEAN MERRIAM 

Grand Steward, 1962. 

Born in Tara, Ontario, 1910. 

Died, June 21, 1974. 

Initiated in Maple Leaf Lodge, No. 362, Tara, 1931. 

Worshipful Master, 1946. 

V.W. BRO. DONALD PHILLIPS 

Grand Steward, 1969 

Bom in 1910. 

Died July 4, 1974 

Initiated in Amity Lodge, No. 32, Dunnvilie, 1950. 

Worshipful Master, 1963. 

V.W. BRO. JAMES WILLIAM SPENCE ' 

Grand Steward, 1952. 

Bom in Wavertree, Lane, Eng., 1887. 

Died February 5, 1974. 

Initiated in Tuscan Lodge, No. 541, Toronto, 1927. 

Worshipful Master, 1940. 

V.W. BRO. RUSSEL GERALD STRASLER 

Grand Steward, 1948. 

Born in QueensviUe, Ontario, 1900. 

Died, June 21, 1974 

Initiated in Sharon Lodge, No. 97, Queensville, 1921. 

Worshipful Master, 1927. 

V.W. BRO. LEVI FRANKLIN WALKER 

Grand Steward, 1953. 

Born in Corbyville, Ontario, 1895. 

Died, July 9, 1974. 

Initiated in Moira Lodge, No. 11, Belleville, 1927. 

Worshipful Master, 1937. 

V.W. BRO. WILLIAM DANIEL WELLS 

Grand Steward, 1940. 

Born in Hullett, Ontario, 1906. 

Died, May 30, 1974. 

Initiated in Hullett Lodge, No. 568, Londesboro, 1928. 

Affiliated with Clinton Lodge, No. 84, Clinton, 1957. 

Worshipful Master, Hullett Lodge, 1934. 

V.W. BRO. CLIFFORD KENNETH F. WEST' 

Grand Steward, 1954. 

Born in Thornhill, Ontario, 1903. 

Died, June 29, 1974. 

Initiated in St. George's Lodge, No. 15, St. Catharines, 1926. 

Affiliated with North Gate Lodge, No. 591, Toronto, 1927. 

Affiliated with Faithful Brethren Lodge, No. 77, Lindsay, 1950. 

Worshipful Master, North Gale Lodge, 1939, 1940. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 69 

GRAND CHAPLAIN: 

"He that dwelleth in the secret place of the Most High shall 
abide under the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, He 
is my refuge and my fortress; my God, in Him will I trust". 
(Ps. 91). 

"The Lord is your keeper; . . . The Lord will keep your 
going out and your coming in from this time forth and for 
evermore". (Ps. 121). 

Prayer of Invocation 

Eternal God, our heavenly Father, who lovest us with an 
everlasting love and canst turn the shadow of death unto the light 
of a new day; help us now to wait upon thee with reverence, that, 
as we hear the words from the Volume of the Sacred Law, we may 
find the peace of thy presence. Amen. 

Psalm 23 (Reading responsively) 

1. The'Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. 

2. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures; he leadeth 
me beside the still waters. 

3. He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of right- 
eousness for his name's sake. 

4. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of 
death. I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod 
and thy staff they comfort me. 

5. Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine 
enemies; thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth 

over. 

6. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days 
of my life; and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for 
ever. 

Prayer of Thanksgiving and Intercession: 

O Lord, support us all the day long of this troublous life, 
until the shadows lengthen and the evening comes, and the busy 
world is hushed, and the fever of life is over, and our work is 
done. Then ,of thy tender mercy grant us a safe lodging and a 
holy rest, and peace at the last. 

And now unto thee, our God and supreme architect of the 
universe, be honour and glory for ever and ever. Amen. 

Respectfully and fraternally submitted, 

M. J. DAMP, 

Chairman. 



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RECEPTION OF GRAND REPRESENTATIVES 

As the Grand Secretary called the roll of Grand 
Representatives of other Grand Lodges those who were 
present stood up and were welcomed by the Grand Master. 
Grand Honours were then given under the direction of the 
Grand Director of Ceremonies. 

AUDITOR S REPORT 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and 
Members of Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada, 
in the Province of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

I have examined the statement of resources of the 
Grand Lodge A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario as at April 30, 1974 and statements of receipts 
and disbursements of the General Fund and the combined 
Memorial and Semi-Centennial Fund for the year then 
ended. My examination included a general review of the 
accounting procedures and such tests of the accounting 
records of your Grand Treasurer and Grand Secretary 
and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in 
the circumstances. 

The securities of the General, Memorial and Semi- 
Centennial Funds as set out in the respective schedules 
accompanying the Grand Treasurer's Report are held and 
certified to under date of June 20, 1974 by the Canadian 
Imperial Bank of Commerce. 

In my opinion, these financial statements present 
fairly the financial position on a cash basis of the Grand 
Lodge A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province of Ontario 
as at April 30, 1974 and the receipts and disbursements 
for the year then ended in accordance with generally 
accepted accounting principles applied on a basis con- 
sistent with that of the preceding year. 

Yours fraternally, 

A. W. PARISH, F.C.A. 



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GRAND TREASURER'S REPORT 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and 
Members of Grand Lodge A.F. & A.M. of Canada 
in the Province of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren : 

I present the Annual Report of the Grand Treasurer 
for the fiscal year ending April 30, 1974. The report con- 
tains a statement of receipts and disbursements of the 
General Fund, the Memorial Fund and the Life Members 
Commutation Fund with the usual particulars of invest- 
ments and reserves. 

Annual per capita dues including the fuU year's in- 
crease authorized in 1972 have produced a substantial in- 
crease in receipts notwithstanding some reduction in the 
assessable membership. Investment income for the year 
was also materially improved. Profit on Grand Lodge pub- 
lications, particularly the book "Beyond the Pillars", has 
provided a surplus which should assist in financing future 
official pubUcations. Disbursements which include greater 
printing expense and reduced requirements for benevo- 
lence, while in excess of the year's operating budget, have 
been contained within our income and leave us with a 
moderate surplus overall. 

Face value of long-and-short-term investments con- 
tinues to increase to a limited extent but the market value 
of our securities over which we have no control has gone 
down with the bond market at the close of our year. Our 
bonds will, of course, realize their full face value at 
maturity. For the present new investments will produce a 
higher rate of return than we have been receiving on those 
which have recently matured. 

It will be understood that new commuted life mem- 
berships according to our present practice provide an ade- 
quate amount of annual income to the General Fund. 
Lodges are warned that similar precautions should be 



72 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

adopted in their own accounts to offset reduced income 
from those who receive Hfe memberships. Reserves should 
be maintained for that purpose at an adequate actuarial 
level. 

The Grand Treasurer is grateful for the unfaihng co- 
operation of the Grand Secretary, the Supervisor of Ben- 
evolence, the detailed assistance received from the Grand 
Lodge office and the continued guidance of the Auditor of 
Grand Lodge whenever it has been required. The friend- 
ship and counsel of the Chairman of Audit and Finance 
and of others of Grand Lodge have made my official 
duties a source of pleasure and satisfaction. 

The usual statements, summaries and schedules of 
the report are given in the pages following. 

Respectfully and fraternally submitted, 

M. CLEEVE HOOPER, 
Grand Treasurer. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 73 

GRAND LODGE A.F. & A.M. OF CANADA 
IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

SUMMARY OF RESOURCES 

As at April 30, 1974 Compared with Previous Year 

Investments at Cost: 

1974 1973 

General Fund 

(Market value 1974— $941,895; 

1973_$973,510) $1,077,579.31 $1,062,783.31 

Commutation Fund 

(Market value 1974— $34,279; 

1973_$20,700) 36,862.50 19,962.50 

Memorial Fund 

(Market value 1974— $533,053; 

1973— $559,875) 630,047.26 617,182.26 

Semi-Centennial Fund 

(Market value 1974— $3,880; 

1973_$10,089) 4,000.00 10,478.67 

Total Investments at Cost $1,748,489.07 $1,710,406.74 



Cash on Hand and in Bank 

General Fund 40,386.95 38,878.47 

Commutation Fund 16,515.50 12,377.50 



Memorial Fund 

Income account (92.31) 1,202.30 

Capital account 1,316.90 2,869.09 

Semi-Centennial Fund 

Capital account 100.00 100.00 

1,324.59 4,171.39 

Total Cash on Hand and in Bank 58,227.04 55,427.36 

Balance — All Resources of 

Grand Lodge $1,806,716.11 $1,765,834.10 



74 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

GRAND LODGE A.F. & A.M. OF CANADA 
IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

GENERAL FUND 

SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

For the Year Ended April 30, 1974 

RECEIPTS 

1974 1973 

Dues, fees, etc $ 220,180.82 $ 163,777.76 

Commutation fund 1,600.00 825.00 

Interest on investments — General 

Fund 59,616.25 59.532.05 

Interest on investments — Commu- 
tation Fund 2,279.59 835.49 

Interest on short-term investments 4,494.21 1,512.44 

288,170.87 226,482.74 

Investments matured or sold 36,000.00 28,000.00 

$ 324,170.87 $ 254,482.74 

DISBURSEMENTS 

Disbursements per schedule $ 272,052.39 $ 219,407.92 

Investments purchased 50,610.00 10,000.00 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 322,662.39 229,407.92 

NET RECEIPTS (DISBURSEMENTS) 

FOR THE YEAR 1,508.48 25,074.82 

BALANCE — BEGINNING OF YEAR 

Cash on hand 600.00 600.00 

Cash in bank (1,721.53) (16,796.35) 

Bank deposit receipt 40,000.00 30,000.00 

38,878.47 13,803.65 

BALANCE— END OF YEAR $ 40,386.95 $ 38,878.47 

BALANCE— END OF YEAR 

Cash on hand 600.00 600.00 

Cash in bank 2,786.95 (1,721.53) 

Bank deposit receipt 37,000.00 40,000.00 

$ 40,386.95 $ 38,878.47 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 75 

GRAND LODGE A.F. & A.M. OF CANADA 
IN THE PROVEVCE OF ONTARIO 

GENERAL FUND 

SCHEDULE OF RECEIPTS 

For the Year Ended April 30, 1974 

DUES, FEES, ETC. 

1974 1973 

Fees for Initiations $ 11,330.00 $ 10,975.00 

Fees for Affiliations 767.00 739.00 

Dues 154,548.78 140,072.86 

Life member per capita — 380.90 

Certificates 390.00 223.00 

Ceremonies 959.20 1,187.75 

Dispensations 1,593.00 1,404.00 

Constitutions 4,649.00 4.233.00 

Sale of booklets 462.35 619.70 

Ballot boxes and balls 5.50 5.50 

Musical rituals 25.00 35.00 

Lapel buttons and medals 222.40 576.50 

Warrants — 40.00 

Classified Materials 3,327.51 2,693.00 

Bank exchange 20.58 1.55 

Sale of histories 482.00 420.00 

Beyond the Pillars 40,807.00 171.00 

First Grand Master 591.50 — 

$ 220,180.82 $ 163,777.76 



INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS 

Government of Canada $ 8,625.00 $ 8,375.00 

Province of Ontario 13,295.00 12,995.00 

Hydro Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 15,212.50 14,412.50 

City of Hamilton 1,743.75 2,231.25 

Township of Sandwich East 80.00 80.00 

Municipality of Metropolitan 

Toronto 6,777.50 6,810.00 

City of Windsor 385.00 385.00 

Canadian National Railways 1,035.00 1,035.00 

Masonic Holdings 12,500.00 13,208.30 

59,653.75 59,532.05 



Accrued interest on investments purchased 

Municipality of Metropolitan 

Toronto 37.50 — 

NET INTEREST ON 

INVESTMENTS $ 59,616.25 $ 59,532.05 



76 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

GRAND LODGE A.F. & A.M. OF CANADA 
IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

GENERAL FUND 
SCHEDULE OF DISBURSEMENTS 

For the Year Ended April 30, 1974 

1974 1973 

Salaries and employee's benefits ... $ 67,149.85 $ 59,466.86 

Rent 30,000.00 24,000.00 

Office expenses 10,678.56 9,092.21 

Travelling expenses: 

Grand Secretary 314.98 574.19 

Supervisor of Benevolence 465.83 470.81 

Custodian fees 1,000.00 1,000.00 

Insurance 3,375.00 4,003.50 

Audit 1,750.00 1,750.00 

Library': 

Librarian's Honorarium 1,200.00 1,200.00 

Rental 2,420.00 2,100.00 

General expense 471.58 402.15 

Grand Master's expenses 2,000.00 2,000.00 

Deputy Grand Master's expenses 800.00 800.00 

Special Allowances 12,300.00 12,300.00 

Representatives to other Grand 

Lodges 4,649.65 4,078.42 

Conference fees. etc. — Washington 1,378.31 1,792.76 
Conference of Canadian Grand 

Lodges — 3,388.95 

Committee on Masonic Education ... 271.51 131.25 

Special printing for resale 25,948.12 12.490.87 

Beyond the Pillars 22,301.53 8,698.89 

First Grand Master 6,664.00 — 

Grand Lodge Bulletin 4,105.00 4,135.75 

Honorary presentations — Medals 

and buttons 9,685.16 914.78 

Review of fraternal correspondence 650.00 650.00 
Grand Lodge Meeting expenses: 

Printing Fraternal Reviews 1,899.25 1,705.20 

Printing Preliminary Reports 3,102.64 2,566.03 

Printing Proceedings 6,518.10 5,200.27 

General expenses 20,226.78 18,839.23 

Advance re 1974 Grand Lodge 

Meeting 490.80 — 

Advance re 1973 meeting 177.74 434.79 

Masonic Relief Association U.S.A.- 

Canada 804.93 499.60 

Appropriation for Benevolent grants 20,200.00 27,400.00 

Charitable donations 4,500.00 4,800.00 

Miscellaneous 3,959.77 2,521.41 

Deputy Grand Masters Regalia 93.30 — 

Testimonial to Retiring Grand 

Master 500.00 — 



$ 272,052.39 $ 219,407.92 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 77 

GRAND LODGE A.F. & A.M. OF CANADA 
IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

GENERAL FUND 

SCHEDULE OF EXPENSES 

For the Year Ended April 30, 1974 
DONATIONS 



1974 1973 



Canadian Arthritic & Rheumatism 

Society 3 

Canadian Cancer Society 

Canadian Heart Fund 

Canadian National Institute for the 

Blind 

Ontario Boy Scout Association 

Ontario Girl Guide Association .... 
Ontario Society for Crippled Children 
Ontario Society for Retarded 

Children 

The Salvation Army 

Saint John's Ambulance 

Rapid City Masonic Disaster Fund .. 
Masonic Foundation of Ontario — 

In Memoriam 



400.00 $ 

500.00 

500.00 


400.00 
500.00 
500.00 


500.00 
400.00 
400.00 
500.00 


500.00 
400.00 
400.00 
500.00 


500.00 
500.00 
200.00 


500.00 
500.00 

500.00 


100.00 


100.00 



4,500.00 $ 4,800.00 



78 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

GRAND LODGE A.F. & A.M. OF CANADA 
IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

GENERAL FUND 

INVESTMENT ACCOUNT 

Par Value Cost 

SCHEDULE— MAY 1, 1973 $1,086,000.00 $1,062,783.31 

INVESTMENTS MATURED AND REDEEMED 
DURING THE YEAR: 

City of Hamilton 

334% due June 1, 1973 13,000.00 13,000.00 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 

31/4% due May 2, 1973 2,000.00 1,814.00 

City of Windsor 

31/2% due December 31, 1973 11,000.00 11,000.00 

Masonic Holdings 

5% due August 1, 1997 10,000.00 10,000.00 

36,000.00 35,814.00 

1,050,000.00 1,026,969.31 



INVESTMENTS PURCHASED DURING THE YEAR 

Hydro Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 

8% due May 15, 1998 20,000.00 19.800.00 

81/2% due March 1, 1999 16,000.00 15,960.00 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 

9 1/8% due April 15, 1994 15,000.00 14,850.00 

51,000.00 50,610.00 

SCHEDULE— APRIL 30, 1974 $1,101,000.00 $1,077,579.31 



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GRAND LODGE A.F. & A.M. OF CANADA 
IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

COMMUTATION FUND 

For the Year Ended April 30, 1974 

1974 1973 

RECEIPTS 

Commutation fees $ 22,638.00 $ 16,665.00 

DISBURSEMENTS 

Transfer to General Fund 1,600.00 825.00 

21,038.00 15,840.00 
BALANCE— BEGINNING OF 
YEAR 32,340.00 16,500.00 

BALANCE— END OF YEAR $ 53,378.00 $ 32,340.00 

Balance consists of: 

Cash in bank 16,515.50 12,377.50 

Investments— at cost 36,862.50 19,962.50 

$ 53,378.00 $ 32,340.00 



INCOME FROM INVESTMENTS 



Ontario Hydro Electric Power 

Commission— 8^4 % due 1996 288.75 

Accrued interest on purchase ( 1 20.25 ) 



168.50 — 
Ontario Hydro Electric Power 

Commission— 8% due 1998 .... 400.00 — 

British Columbia Telephone 431.26 214.45 

Calgary Power Limited 425.00 212.50 

Province of Ontario 800.00 400.00 



2,224.76 826.95 

SAVINGS ACCOUNT INTEREST 54.83 8.54 



TRANSFERRED TO GENERAL 

FUND $ 2,279.59 $ 835.49 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 81 

GRAND LODGE A.F. & A.M. OF CANADA 
IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

COMMUTATION FUND 

SCHEDULE OF INVESTMENTS APRIL 30, 1974 

Market 
Par Value Cost Value 

$ 5,000.00 British Columbia Telephone 
—8.625% due October 

15, 1993 $ 4,962.50 $ 4,800.00 

5,000.00 Calgary Power Limited— 

81/2% due June 15, 1993 5,000.00 4,750.00 

7,000.00 Ontario Hydro Electric Power 
Commission — 8Vi% due 

July 21, 1996 7,000.00 6,203.75 

10,000.00 Ontario Hydro Electric Power 
Commission — 8% due 

May 15, 1998 9,900.00 8,525.00 

10,000.00 Province of Ontario— 8% 

due August 1, 1997 . 10,000.00 10,000.00 



$ 37,000.00 $ 36,862.50 $ 34,278.75 



82 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

GRAND LODGE A.F. & A.M. OF CANADA 
IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

COMBINED MEMORIAL AND SEMI-CENTENNIAL FUNDS 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

INCOME ACCOUNT 

For the Year Ended April 30, 1974 

1974 1973 
RECEIPTS 

Transfers from general fund ....$ 20,200.00 $ 27,400.00 

Interest from investments 35,446.69 32,925.90 

Donations from lodges, etc 182.00 141.06 

$ 55,828.69 $ 60,466.96 

DISBURSEMENTS 

Benevolent Grants $ 58,630.00 $ 63,950.00 

Refunds and cancellations 1,506.70 2,754.19 

57,123.30 61,195.81 

NET RECEIPTS (DISBURSEMENTS) 

FOR THE YEAR (1,294.61) (728.85) 

BALANCE— BEGINNING OF 

YEAR 1,202.30 1,931.15 

BALANCE— END OF YEAR .. $ (92.31) $ 1,202.30 

Balance consists of: 

Cash on hand 500.00 500.00 

Cash in bank (592.31) 702.30 

$ (92.31) $ 1,202.30 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 83 

GRAND LODGE A.F. & A.M. OF CANADA 
IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

COMBINED MEMORIAL AND SEMI-CENTENNIAL FUNDS 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

CAPITAL ACCOUNT 

For the Year Ended April 30, 1974 

1974 1973 

RECEIPTS 

Bequests and Donations 
Stephen Fred Hutchinson 

Estate $ 4,834.14 $ 25,000.00 

Elmer J. Sirrs Estate — 357.32 

4,834.14 25,357.32 

Memorial Fund investments matured 

Province of Ontario — 22,000.00 

City of London 21,000.00 — 

Semi-Centennial Fund investments 

matured 

City of Windsor 6,478.67 — 

32,312.81 47,357.32 

DISBURSEMENTS 

Investments purchased during 

the year 33,865.00 44,875.00 

NET RECEIPTS (DISBURSEMENTS) 

FOR THE YEAR (1,552.19) 2,482.32 

BALANCE— BEGINNING OF 

YEAR 2,969.09 486.77 

BALANCE— END OF YEAR ... $ 1,416.90 $ 2,969.09 

Balance consists of: 

Semi-Centermial Fund — Cash 

in bank 100.00 100.00 

Memorial Fund— Cash in bank 1,316.90 2,869.09 

$ 1,416.90 $ 2,969.09 



84 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

GRAND LODGE A.F. & A.M. OF CANADA 
IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

COMBINED MEMORIAL AND SEMI-CENTENNIAL FUNDS 

SCHEDULE OF INTEREST FROM INVESTMENTS 

For the Year Ended April 30, 1974 

1974 1973 

Bell Canada $ 2,000.00 — 

Government of Canada 11,735.00 $ 11,735.00 

Province of Ontario 7,412.50 6,426.25 

Hydro Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 6,987.50 6,987.50 

City of Hamilton 287.50 287.50 

City of London 551.25 1,102.50 

Municipality of Metropolitan 

Toronto 5,035.00 5,035.00 

City of Windsor 366.75 366.75 

Trans Canada Pipe Lines 875.00 839.00 

35,250.50 32,779.50 

Interest on short term deposits 196.19 146.40 

$ 35,446.69 $ 32,925.90 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 85 

GRAND LODGE A.F. & A.M. OF CANADA 
IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

COMBINED MEMORIAL AND SEMI-CENTENNIAL FUNDS 

INVESTMENT ACCOUNT 

PART ONE— MEMORIAL FUND 

Par Value Cost 

SCHEDULE— MAY 1, 1973 $ 631,500.00 $ 617,182.26 

51/4% due December 1, 1973 21,000.00 21,000.00 

Investments Matured During the Year 
City of London 

610,500.00 596,182.26 

Investments Purchased During the Year 

Hydro Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario SVi % due November 

30, 1998 20,000.00 19,900.00 

Hydro Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 81/2% due March 1 
1999 14,000.00 13,965.00 

34,000.00 33,865.00 

SCHEDULE— APRIL 30, 1974 $ 644,500.00 $ 630,047.26 

PART TWO— SEMI CENTENNIAL FUND 

SCHEDULE— MAY 1, 1973 $ 10,478.67 $ 10,478.67 

Investments Matured During the Year 

City of Windsor 

3V2% due December 31, 1973 6,478.67 6,478.67 

SCHEDULE— APRIL 30, 1974 $ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 



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TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 87 

On Motion of the Grand Treasurer, seconded by 
the Grand Secretary, the Report and the Auditor's Report 
were received and referred to the Committee on Audit and 
Finance. 



GRAND SECRETARY'S REPORT 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and 
Members of Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada, 
in the Province of Ontario, 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

I present herewith my Annual Report for the year 
ended April 30, 1974, containing a Summary of Receipts 
from various sources placed in the General Fund: Details 
of Receipts in the General Fund and Ledger Balances as 
at April 30, 1974, a Summary of the Receipts and Pay- 
ments to the Grand Treasurer on account of the Memorial 
and Semi-Centennial Funds: and a Statement of the Re- 
ceipts on the Memorial and Semi-Centennial Funds 
Revenue Accounts. 

RECAPITULATION — DECEMBER 31st, 1973 

Membership, December 31st, 1972 .... 118,970 

Initiated 2,275 

Passed 2,123 

Raised 2,004 

Affiliated 748 

Reinstated 171 

122,164 

Deaths 2,727 

Resignations 1,044 

Suspensions 982 

Adjustments, re Membership check .... 219 4,972 



Membership, December 31st, 1973 .. 117,192 

Number of active warranted lodges 636 

Lodges under dispensation June 30th, 1974 3 

Total number of Lodges June 30th, 1974 639 



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GENERAL ACCOUNT 

Snmmary of Receipts Year Ended AprU 30th, 1974 

Fees, Registration of Initiations $ 11,330.00 

Fees, Registration of Affiliations 767.00 

Dues 154,548.78 

Certificates 390.00 

Constitutions 4,649.00 

Ceremonies 959.20 

Dispensations 1,593.00 

Sale of Histories 482.00 

Music Rituals 25.00 

Lapel Buttons 12.00 

Medals 199.40 

Ballot Boxes 11.00 

Question and Answer cards 641.51 

Classified Materials 2,686.00 

Beyond The Pillars 40,807.00 

Publication First Grand Master 591.50 

Refunds — Postage and Regional 

Meetings 194.16 

Mailing Tubes and Booklets 462.35 

Bank Exchange and Cash on Hand 20.58 $220,369.48 

Refunds: 

Grand Lodge 1973 10,134.58 10.134.58 

Investments sold or Matured 36,000.00 36,000.00 



Interest on Inyestments: 

Calgary Power $ 425.00 

Metro Toronto 6,777.50 

Province of Ontario 14,095.00 

Ontario Hydro 15,901.25 

Government of Canada 8,625.00 

Masonic Holdings 12,500.00 

City of Hamilton 1,743.75 

City of Windsor 385.00 

Township of Sandwich East 80.00 

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce 

(Deposit Receipts) 4,494.21 

Canadian National Railways 1,035.00 

Bell Telephone 431.26 

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce 

(Interest on Savings Account) 54.83 66,547.80 

Commutation Fund $ 22,425.50 22,425.50 

$355,477.36 



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Memorial and Semi- Centennial Funds 
Refunds: 

From Lodges re Benevolence $ 531.70 

Donations: 

Estate of Stephen F. Hutchinson 4,834.14 

Memorial Thomas Roberts 12.00 

Memorial H. S. McCann 20.00 

Memorial T. G. McNeil 30.00 

Memorial D. McLauren 10.00 

Memorial Bro. Brander 12.00 

Memorial R. R. Simpson 5.00 

Memorial Frank Smelser 15.00 

Donations from Associations 78.00 

Transfer from General Account 20,200.00 

$ 25,216.14 



Revenue Account, Year Ended April 30th, 1974 

Metropolitan Toronto $ 5,035.00 

Province of Ontario 6,537.50 

City of Hamilton 287.50 

City of London 551.25 

City of Windsor 366.75 

Ontario Hydro 6,987.50 

Government of Canada 11,735.00 

Trans Canada Pipe Lines 1,750.00 

Interest on Deposit Receipts 196.19 

Bell Telephone 2,000.00 

Investments sold and redeemed 27,478.67 

$ 62,925.36 

Respectfully and fraternally submitted. 




Grand Secretary. 

On motion of the Grand Secretary, seconded by the 
Grand Treasurer, the Report was received and referred 
to the Committee on Audit and Finance. 

COMMITTEE OF SCRUTINEERS 

The Grand Master appointed R.W. Bro. Robert 
Strachan, Chairman of the Committee of Scrutineers, to 
supervise and count the vote at the election of Grand 
Lodge officers, with power to name the members of the 
Committee. 



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COMMnTEE ON CREDENTIALS 

The Grand Master appointed R. Wor. Bro. Robert 
Truscott Chairman of the Committee on Credentials with 
power to select other members of the committee. 

REPORTS OF THE DISTRICT DEPUTY 
GRAND MASTERS 

The Reports of the 41 District Deputy Grand 
Masters were presented by the Grand Secretary and on 
motion by the Deputy Grand Master seconded by the 
Grand Secretary, they were received and referred to the 
Board of General Purposes. 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE 
ON FRATERNAL RELATIONS 

This Report was presented by M. Wor. Bro. H. L. 
Martyn, and on motion of the Deputy Grand Master, 
seconded by M. Wor. Bro. Martyn, it was received and 
adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of the Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

Your Committee on Fraternal Relations has considered a 
request for recognition from the Grand Lodge of Luxembourg. 
This is one of the smaller Grand Lodges in the world. They 
formed in the year 1858. The United Grand Lodge of England 
extended recognition to them in 1969. 

Your Committee recommends that we extend Fraternal 
recognition to the Grand Lodge of Luxembourg. 

Respectfully and fraternally submitted, 

HARRY L. MARTYN, 

Chairman. 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON 
FRATERNAL CORRESPONDENCE 

M.W. Bro. B. B. Foster presented this Report and 
read the Foreword to the Reviews. The Deputy Grand 
Master then moved, seconded by M.W. Bro. B. B. 
Foster, that the Report be received and adopted; Carried. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO. 1974 91 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE 
ON CONSTITUTION AND LAWS 

This report was presented by M.W. Bro. H. L. 
Martyn, Chairman, and on motion of the Deputy Grand 
Master, seconded by M.W. Bro. Martyn, it was received 
and adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of the Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

The Committee on Constitution and Laws begs leave to report 
as follows: 

PART I 

M. Wor. Bro. E. G. Dixon has given Notice of Motion to 
amend the Constitution as follows: 

(a) That Section 9 be deleted and the following substituted 
therefor: 

"Section 9. The committee shall deliver to each of such 
brethren the ballot papers to which he is entitled, and also a 
copy of all notices of motion to be brought before Grand 
Lodge. Each lodge shall be entitled to three votes. If the 
Master and Wardens be present, each shall be entitled to one 
vote. If any one of them be absent his vote shall be given to 
the senior officer present. Each Past Master shall be entitled 
to one vote." 

(b) That Section 45 be amended by deleting the word "May" and 
substituting therefor the word "April". 

(c) That Section 84, regarding the duties of the Grand Secretary, 
be amended by deleting paragraph seven thereof and substitut- 
ing therefor the following paragraph: 

"He shall, on or before the fifteenth day of April in each 
year, send to each lodge no fewer than six copies of all notices 
of motion, and to every officer and member of the Board ol 
General Purposes of Grand Lodge one copy thereof." 
No Constitutional objection. 

PART II 

1. In the Waterloo District an extensive study was made of the 
question of concurrent jurisdiction for the entire District. 
R.Wor. Brother Carse reports that when a vote was taken in the 
fourteen lodges in the District, thirteen lodges voted to ask 
Grand Lodge to establish District wide concurrent jurisdiction. 



92 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

One lodge voted in the negative. The result of this vote was 
reported to a meeting of the Past Masters' and Wardens' Asso- 
ciation at their meeting held on May 29, 1974. All fourteen 
lodges of the District were represented at this meeting on May 
29, 1974. At this meeting of the Past Masters & Wardens a 
motion was proposed and passed unanimously: "that Waterloo 
be given District Concurrent Jurisdiction at such time as may 
be expedient." In view of the information submitted above, 
your Committee recommends as follows: 

(a) That concurrent jurisdiction be established among the 
fourteen lodges comprising the Waterloo District. 

(b) That this concurrent jurisdiction shall become effective 
as of July, 1974 and shall be effective for a period of 
three years. At the end of the three year period this 
committee shall report on it further to Grand Lodge. 

2. A similar study on the question of concurrent jurisdiction on 
a District wide basis was made in the Ontario District. This 
District already contains areas where more than one lodge 
serves the Masonic needs of a municipality. In very recent times 
a new municipal area was created and it gave an automatic con- 
current jurisdiction to three Masonic Lodges. At least one 
other municipal area is in the planning stages and if formed it 
would bring an automatic concurrent juridiction to at least 
three more lodges. Each lodge in the District voted a prefer- 
ence for one of three suggestions re jurisdiction: 

1. Should we remain as of the present. 

2. Should we have District wide concurrent jurisdiction. 

3. Should we have province wide jurisdiction. 

R. Wor. Bro. Alex Hendry reports that three lodges favoured 
remaining as of now. Eleven lodges voted that they would 
favour District wide concurrent jurisdiction. One lodge voted 
that they would favour province wide concurrent jurisdiction. 
The D.D.G.M. further states that two of the lodges voting 
negatively were two of the three who automatically went 
into a concurrent jurisdiction area when the new Municipal 
Area of Newcastle was formed on January 1, 1974. In view of 
the information furnished above and the fact that 80% of the 
lodges in the district would favour a trial of District wide con- 
current jurisdiction, your committee recommends as follows: 

(a) That concurrent jurisdiction be established among the 
fifteen lodges comprising the Ontario District. 

(b) That this concurrent jurisdiction shall become effective as 
of July, 1974 and shall remain in effect for a period of 
three years. At the end of the three year period this Com- 
mittee shall report on it further to Grand Lodge. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 93 

REPORT OF THE MASONIC FOUNDATION 
OF ONTARIO 

R. Wot. Bro. A. C. Ashforth presented the following 
report. On motion of the Deputy Grand Master, seconded 
by R. Wor. Bro. Ashforth, it was received and adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of the Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

The Masonic Foundation of Ontario was founded in 1964 
and its purpose, as defined in the Letters of Incorporation, is "To 
receive, maintain, manage, control and use donations exclusively 
for charitable purposes within Ontario." I am pleased to report 
these guidelines are adequate for all purposes and the results 
achieved so far may be considered reasonably satisfactory. Pro- 
gress, whilst modest, has been steady but it is noticeable that 
greater participation by Constituent Lodges and individuals, is 
now taking place as the aims and objectives of The Foundation 
are becoming better known. Since inception the principal activity 
has been to make non-repayable awards to worthy university stu- 
dents who find themselves, through no fault of their own, in 
financial difficulties and unable to continue their university career 
without financial help. Some students do not always meet govern- 
ment qualifications, and others, because of emergency needs, must 
end their university careers unless financial assistance is received 
quickly and that is when The Foundation comes to their aid. Since 
inception, 360 students have been helped to the extent of $84,040, 
which is a creditable showing. It has been noticed there is a growing 
need to assist students who desire to attend university for the first 
time, or of those who have had one or two years at a university 
but are unable to finish a course because of lack of funds. The 
Foundation originally, and still tries to, confine its awards to stu- 
dents in their final year, however exceptions on few occasions 
have been made to meet some of the latter types. In addition to 
students' interests, The Foundation Directors have felt some sup- 
port should be directed toward the area of medical research. In this 
connection annual contributions have been made to the Ontario 
Division of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada for the pur- 
pose of research in this important field. Last year the sum of 
$1,400 was so donated. As a special tribute to one of our esteemed 
Past Grand Masters, and to help a very worthy cause, a contribu- 
tion of $500 was made to the Toronto East General and Ortho- 
paedic Hospital Building Fund, in honour of M.W. Bro, Harry L. 
Martyn. 

During the past few years The Foundation has endeavoured 
to bring its activities and purposes to the attention of all members 
of the Craft and we are encouraged by the results. The Grand 



94 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

Master and many District Grand Masters, as well as Secretaries, 
and others, have helped publicize the work of The Foundation, for 
which grateful thanks are extended. The Board of Directors is 
deeply appreciative of donations received from individuals, 95 in 
number, amounting to $4,583. Many Lodges, as well as individuals, 
are now sending memorial gifts to The Foundation in memory of 
departed Brethren and last year 49 Lodges and 27 individuals 
contributed a total of $1,673. These thoughtful Memorial Gifts 
are lasting and are much appreciated. During recent months appro- 
priate forms have been placed in every funeral home in this 
Province and it is anticipated greater use will be made of this 
means of remembrance in future. 

Contributions, other than Memorial Gifts, were received from 
the following Lodges and Masonic Associations during the yeai 
for which grateful thanks are extended. 

A repeat Annual Contribution from Zetland Lodge No. 326, 
Toronto, $250. 

An installation gift from Maple Leaf Lodge No. 600, Missis- 
sauga, $25. 

A repeat donation from Toronto District Masonic Bonspiel, 
$30. 

A good wishes gift from Centennial Lodge No. 684, London. 
Ontario, $50. 

A $1 gift for every year of its 113 years of existence in 
memory of all Past Masters from the Past Masters' Assoc, Grand 
River Lodge No. 151, Kitchener, Ontario, $113. 

As in the past a number of donations were received from 
Lodges and other Masonic Bodies, in lieu of gifts, or Honoraria, 
to Present and Past Grand Lodge Members for addresses given, or 
other assistance rendered. Such contributions are very welcome 
and are deeply appreciated. 

We acknowledge with gratitude a bequest of $1,000 from the 
Estate of the late V.W. Bro. Matthew H. Bums. Such gifts provide 
a lasting remembrance and a source of encouragement to students, 
vi ho will benefit from the resulting income for years to come. It is 
well to remind all members that bequests to The Foundation are 
an allowable item for succession duty purposes. 

Referring now to the Balance Sheet of The Foundation, total 
assets at the end of the fiscal year April 30th, amounted to 
$196,750.10 an increase of $6,797.01 over the corresponding period 
a year ago. Included in the assets are bonds having a cost value 
of $192,258.75 and a market value of $156,295. The differential 
between cost value and market value is $35,963.75 which com- 
pares with a differential of $20,625 a year ago. As bonds are 
normally held until maturity, no loss is contemplated. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 95 

Total income for the year amounted to $18,287.40 of which 
$11,367.40 was received from investments. Income was up $406.19 
from the preceding year. 

Turning to the expenditure side of the Balance Sheet, dis- 
bursements amounted to $1,090.39, an increase of $748.44. The 
cost of printing accounted for $608.03 of the increase, and postage 
$138.22. 

The number of awards granted this year was 31 for a total 
of $8,500. The students came from 15 universities and colleges 
and indicates our coverage is quite widespread. Many of the 
awards were presented by District Deputy Grand Masters and the 
Board of Directors wishes to extend its thanks to them for this 
much appreciated participation. Many letters of appreciation have 
been received from recipients but time does not permit to do 
more than read a few excerpts from some of them. 

D.C. — Victoria College, Toronto, 

"I hope that in the future I will be in a position to give a 
student the encouragement and drive that you and your Founda- 
tion have given to me. Thank you and best wishes." 

H. W- Buchner — Dean of Divinity, Trinity College, Toronto. 

"Thank you very much for your letter and kind gift of $400 
to assist C.P.O. in his financial problems in his Divinity Course. I 
am very grateful to you and The Foundation for assistance given 
this year to our students." 

B.S. — University of Western Ontario, London. 

"It (the award) was greatly appreciated and helped over some 
very difficult times. I hope you will be able to continue in your 
work helping university students." 

W.D. & R. — Knox College, Toronto. 

"We are indeed grateful for this help at this time. As you 
may know, our roots are here in Ontario — nonetheless we are 
looking forward to serving the church in Western Canada. Again 
many thanks and God's blessing in the months and years ahead." 

J.A.L. — Carleton University, Ottawa. 

"Concern for my situation has been appreciated. Without this 
interest in students with similar situations many of us could not 
have completed our year. Removal of some of the financial burden 
has allowed me, and I expect other students to devote their time to 
their studies." 



96 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

J.V. — McMaster University (Divinity) Hamilton. 

"At present I am serving as Minister of First Himgarian 
Baptist Church in Toronto and I am taking a Divinity Course to 
improve my knowledge, so that I may be of greater use to Hun- 
garian Christians in Canada. 

I appreciate your gift more than I can say." 
J.R, — McMaster University (Divinity) Hamilton. 

"Thank you for your obvious concern for Christian education. 
As I take these studies this summer, I will endeavour to do my 
best so that you will feel that your contribution was valuable. 
Thank you." 

G.R.B. — Trinity College, Toronto. 

"I feel free from the concern of financial matters. Unlike 
many of my fellow students, I come from a rural parish unable to 
provide me with assistance. As you know O.S.A.P. does not pro- 
vide significant funds to Divinity Students. Your gift therefore was 
particularly useful to me. Thank you so much." 

In conclusion may I say how much the Board of Directors 
and myself appreciate the excellent services rendered by V.W. 
Bro. Hugh Hastie who has fulfilled the duties of Secretary- 
Treasurer with a high degree of efficiency. These duties have mul- 
tiplied considerably during the past few years and we are fortunate 
in having him accept them so cheerfully. Thanks are also extended 
to R.W. Bro. James Talman for his careful processing of the 
many applications for awards. Thanks also to M.W. Bro. Cleeve 
Hooper, our Vice-President, for his wise counsel and great help 
throughout the year. All members of the Board have shown keen 
interest in the affairs of The Foundation and my sincere thanks 
are extended to each and every one of them. 

Respectfully and fraternally submitted, 

A. C. ASHFORTH. 

President 

REPORT OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON 
PROVINCIAL ASSESSMENTS OF 
MASONIC TEMPLES OR HALLS 

The report was presented by R.W. Bro. F. M. Cass, 
and on motion of the Deputy Grand Master, seconded by 
R.W. Bro. Cass, it was received and adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of the Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 97 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

In view of the re-assessment of one lodge building apparently 
without any relation to its market value as a "special purpose" 
building made by the Regional Assessor during the past year, the 
Committee respectfully draws to the attention of all Worshipful 
Masters and Officers of Lodges and officers of Masonic Temple 
Holdings Corporations, the reports of Grand Lodge 1973 at pages 
122 and 123 and the further detailed information referred to in 
the 1972 Proceedings page 76 and the 1971 Proceedings Page 91 
of Grand Lodge. 

While the Committee has continued its liaison with the 
Assessment Branch of the Department of Revenue and has been 
repeatedly reassured by the Director that the assessment of Lodge 
Rooms, Masonic Temples and similar buildings would be on the 
basis of market value for "special purpose" buildings, it would 
appear that many assessors are not aware of the real meaning of 
the direction issued by the Director and consequently continue to 
assess these buildings by their normal formula. 

It is, therefore, most important, should an assessment of the 
Masonic Lodge Room or Temple, which appears to be out of line, 
be received that the appropriate appeal procedures be instituted 
forthwith and that the Grand Secretary be notified immediately. 

Be assured that your Committee will continue to press for a 
more generous and equitable consideration based on "fair market 
value". 

All of which is respectfully and fraternally submitted, 

F. M. CASS, 

Chairman. 



REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON 
BENEVOLENCE 

R.W. Bro. R. E. Davies presented this report and on 
motion of the Deputy Grand Master, seconded by R.W. 
Bro. Davies, it was received and adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of the Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

It is my privilege to present on behalf of The Grand Lodge 
Committee on Benevolence the report for the year 1973-74. 



98 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

This Committee held its regular meeting at The Grand Lodge 
Office in the City of Hamilton on June 14th and 15th, 1974. A 
large percentage of the Members, including The Grand Master 
and our former Chairman, The Deputy Grand Master, were in 
attendance. 

During the course of our deliberations, time was taken to 
enjoy a coffee break sponsored by The Hamilton Past Masters' 
Association and upon completion of our meetings, a luncheon with 
The Grand Master at The Scottish Rite Club. These kindnesses 
were deeply appreciated and the members of this Committee 
extend their sincere thanks to the responsible parties! 

The fourth annual report of The Supervisor of Benevolence, 
Very Worshipful Brother James C. Guy, was received and adopted. 
Once again it was evident our Supervisor has discharged his duties 
efficiently, yet in the true spirit of Masonry, Very Worshipful 
Brother Guy, has extended his service far beyond the routine 
demands of his office. During the fall he held District Meetings 
across the southern portion of our province for the benefit of the 
District Chairman of Benevolence together with the District 
Deputy Grand Masters and other interested Brethren. His wise 
guidance and counsel have been freely given to those whose prob- 
lems indicated a need for special consideration. 

May we extend to him our appreciation for a job well done 
and let us hope that he will continue for many years in this great 
work of our Grand Lodge! 

A brief policy meeting was held prior to the consideration of 
the applications for assistance. This seemed to serve a dual pur- 
pose for not only did it familiarize the new Committee members 
with the task at hand but it also permitted the development by 
discussion of several thoughts that hopefully might aid the func- 
tioning of this Committee in the future. 

One Hundred and twenty-three applications, nine of which 
were new, were given careful consideration. Unfortunately several 
expected applications had not arrived and some that did arrive 
were lacking in detail. 

Your Committee would urge a closer attention on the part 
of the Secretaries to the matter of notifying the Supervisor if for 
any reason a Grand Lodge grant is no longer required. In this 
connection also your Committee desires to call attention to the 
necessity of including in the applications for Grand Lodge assist- 
ance the most complete information wtih respect to each in- 
dividual case. Many applications are received which contain so 
few details that The Committee is almost completely in the dark 
as regards the necessities of the applicant. Under such circum- 
stances we are unable to form an adequate picture of the needs 
and, as a result, a good deal of unnecessary time is lost and hard- 
ship may ensue, both of which are the result of the inadequacy of 
the original information sent to us. 



TORONTO. ONTARIO, 1974 99 

Many Lodges are evidencing by the generosity of their assist- 
ance their appreciation of the duty and privilege of exercising those 
great Masonic virtues — benevolence and charity. It should per- 
haps be emphasized that the best recommendation a Lodge can 
bring to bear in regard to any application is the fact that the Lodge 
itself has dealt generously with the case. 

The following bequests and donations are gratefully acknow- 
ledged: 

Estate of Stephen F. Hutchinson $4,834.14 

Memorial Thomas Roberts 12.00 

H. S. McCann 20.00 

T. G. McNeil 30.00 

D. McLauren 10.00 

Bro. Brander 12.00 

R. R. Simpson 5.00 

Frank Smelser 15.00 

Stephen F. Hutchinson, Lawn Bowling Association 78.00 

A Christmas card was again sent to each of our recipients 
signed by The Grand Master, Most Worshipful Brother Geo. E. 
Turner, and myself as Chairman of Benevolence, and accompanied 
by a crisp new $5.00 bill. This small gesture was begun by my 
predecessor, Rt. Wor. Bro. Eric W. Nancekivell, who served this 
Committee so faithfully as its Chairman for the preceding eight 
years. I am happy to report that this seemingly insignificant little 
gesture has provoked a torrent of replies expressive of the genuine 
thanks of the recipients together with their great appreciation of 
the fact that someone cared enough to personally remember them. 
Perhaps a lesson could be taken by many of us from this! 

The work done by the Local Boards of Relief in many of our 
larger centres is gratefully acknowledged and sincerely appreciated. 

For many years we have been aided in benevolent matters by 
other jurisdictions, particularly in the United States, Great Britain 
and our Canadian Grand Lodges. May I record our appreciation 
for what has been done by them to take care of our Brethren and 
their dependents located outside of The Province of Ontario. 

Your Committee further recommends the renewal of the 
membership in The Masonic Relief Association of The United 
States and Canada. 

As a Committee, we recognize the assistance given by trie 
District Deputy Grand Masters in their respective districts. We 
thank them for the interest they have shown and especially for 
their selection of outstanding Masons to serve as District Chair- 
men of Benevolence. The District Chairmen have again fulfilled 
their duties satisfactorily and in most cases have turned in very 



100 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

valuable reports. Again we strongly urge the newly elected District 
Deputy Grand Masters to continue the appointment of the District 
Chairmen of Benevolence who have already served a year or more 
in office, as it is felt this continuity is providing the necessary 
experience to insure maximum efficiency in that office. Your 
Committee thanks the Grand Secretary and his staff for their 
assistance given so freely during the year and for supplying the 
pertinent information required in this report. 

As you may recall, at the last communication of Grand 
Lodge, an amount of $60,000.00 was requested to be made avail- 
able for Benevolent work during the coming year. A like amount 
is again requested this year! 

The statistical summary of the disbursement of the funds 
last year reads as follows: 

Grants paid (142) $55,425.00 

Interim grants (10) 2,200.00 

Christmas gratuity 710.00 

Emergency grants 295.00 

$58,630.00 

Less cancellations 975.00 

Less refunds 531.70 



$57,123.30 



In view of the fact that the figures now submitted indicate 
that Grand Lodge expenditures on Benevolence show a reduction 
both in monies spent as well as in the total number of recipients, 
we believe that the time is opportune to state that this Grand 
Lodge has never curtailed the expenditures of The Committee of 
Benevolence nor has it suggested that there should be a reduction 
in our estimates. This should be emphasized so that all may 
readily understand that the reduction in Grand Lodge Benevolent 
Expenditures has not been at the expense of those who are "in our 
care and keeping". 

Good and sufficient reasons for the reduction in our Bene- 
volent spending can be directly attributed to the increase in social 
assistance available to our residents from the Provincial and 
Federal Governments. This however does not absolve us as Masons 
of our personal responsibility to our less fortunate Brethren or 
their dependents. 

In this confused and busy world in which we live, we must 
recognize that each of us has a personal responsibility to those 
around us that cannot be discharged merely by a cash donation. 
Much can be done with our hands to make life more livable for 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 101 

the less fortunate but there is far more we can do with our hearts 
to relieve the deeper pain of loneliness and despair in the hearts of 
the many elderly people in every community. 

Your Committee would suggest that each Lodge have set up 
some kind of programme to use the talents of its members in 
worthwhile charity and service in its community, find something for 
its members to do and accomplish something that they can be 
proud of and the community in turn would truly be proud to have 
a Masonic Lodge in its midst. If the "side-benchers" complain — as 
they sometimes do — that there is nothing for them to do in 
Masonry, here is a field of limitless opportunity awaiting their 
efforts and a work whose reward will be found in bringing real 
happiness to lonely sick beds, to widows left without a guiding 
hand, and to hundreds of fatherless children. 

We who are charged with the responsibility of administering 
your Grand Lodge Benevolent Fund earnestly desire to speed the 
day when the aged, the sick, the destitute, the widow and the 
orphan will find in Masonry not only the almoner with a generous 
purse but also a warm-hearted, sympathetic and personal touch 
without which our Benevolence is but a mechanically soulless 
thing. It is in the fostering of this personal side of Benevolence 
that our greatest challenge lies and to this development we solicit 
the earnest attention of all Brethren. 

I'd like to think when life is done 
That I had filled a needed post, 
That here and there I'd paid my fare 
With more than idle talk and boast; 
That I had taken gifts divine, 
The breath of life and manhood fine 
And tried to use them now and then 
In service for my fellowmen. 

Respectfully and fraternally submitted, 

R. E. DAVIES, 

Chairman. 



REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE 
ON MASONIC EDUCATION 

This report was presented by R.W. Bro. N. R. 
Richards, Chairman, and on motion of the Deputy Grand 
Master, seconded by R.W. Bro. Richards, it was received 
and adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 



102 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

Once again it is my privilege to present a report on behalf of 
the Committee on Masonic Education. 

The report is presented in three parts. 

( 1 ) The work of the Committee. 

(2) Summary of replies from the District Deputy Grand 
Masters. 

( 3 ) Trends and Suggestions, 

(1) The Work of the Committee 

Following the 1973 Annual Communication of Grand Lodge 
each District Deputy Grand Master was requested to name a Super- 
visor of Masonic Education for his district. I acknowledge the 
ready response to this request. 

In a letter to the District Deputy Grand Masters, forwarded 
in August, the Committee on Masonic Education suggested that 
the District Supervisor of Masonic Education meet the supervisors 
at the lodge level to plan a program of Masonic Education for the 
year ahead. In particular it was suggested that the book Beyond 
the Pillars, the History of Grand Lodge, the 1973 Preliminary 
Proceedings and the 1973 Fraternal Reviews be used as back- 
ground material for lodge programs. 

A syllabus was prepared outlining suggested topics for dis- 
cussion with particular attention to the reference book "Beyond 
the Pillars". Three copies of the syllabus and three copies of the 
address dehvered by M.W. Bro. Mervyn J. Woods at the Grand 
Master's Banquet were forwarded to each lodge secretary in the 
Grand Jurisdiction. A communication was forwarded from the 
Grand Master to each lodge secretary with instructions that it be 
read in open lodge. The letter contained the following: 

"Dear Bro. Secretary: 

Attached is a syllabus on Masonic Education prepared by 
the Committee on Masonic Education under the chairmanship 
of R.W. Bro. N, R. Richards. 

You will note that R.W. Bro. Richards suggests our new 
pubHcation Beyond the Pillars, A History of Grand Lodge, and 
the Fraternal Reviews be used in your Masonic Education 
program in the lodge. I concur with this recommendation. 

I encourage each lodge to offer programs in Masonic 
Education that will further and strengthen an understanding of 
the teachings and philosophy of Masonry. 

Fraternally and Sincerely, 
GEORGE E. TURNER, 
Grand Master." 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 103 

I reproduce the Grand Master's communication to the lodge 
secretaries in this report for two reasons. The positive support of 
the Grand Master in encouraging activity in Masonic Education 
at the lodge level is a source of great inspiration to this Committee 
of Grand Lodge. The Committee chose to emphasize the use of 
reference materials recommended in the syllabus in the knowledge 
that they were available to all lodges. Because of this decision the 
committee did not prepare and circulate additional material during 
the year. The committee reasoned that inasmuch as only a small 
fraction of our membership has the opportunity to attend our 
annual communication it was appropriate to suggest to lodges that 
those who were not fortunate to be in attendance at Toronto should 
become acquainted with our Grand Master's address, M.W. Bro. 
Woods' address and other interesting features of the Annual Com- 
munication. 

In May a questionnaire was circulated to each District Deputy 
Grand Master and the second part of this report is prepared from 
the replies received. 

(2) Summary of Replies from the District Deputy Grand Masters 

Almost two thirds of the districts are following the practice 
of establishing a Committee on Masonic Education with the 
Supervisor as Chairman. Only one third of the districts re- 
appointed the supervisor that had served previously. Over half the 
supervisors attempted to hold a district meeting and meet with a 
representative from each of the lodges. Over seventy per cent of 
the districts held a district wide meeting. There was not significant 
co-ordination between the use of the material circulated by the 
Committee on Masonic Education and the work of the District 
Supervisor. In answer to the question "In your view what educa- 
tional topics are the brethren most interested?" The replies indicated 
a preference for historical topics, interpretation of the work, and 
topics related to lodge administration. The District Deputy Grand 
Masters' replies indicated that generally lodges are not borrowing a 
significant number of books from the central library for educa- 
tional purposes. The new book "Beyond the Pillars" is in demand, 
and has been acquired by a large number of brethren but is not 
being used extensively as a reference book for Masonic Education. 

Some districts adopted a theme such as "Making Masonry 
Meaningful", "Membership", "Masonry and Men" but for the most 
part the Supervisors left the responsibility for choice of topic and 
theme to the individual lodges. 

One of the most difficult parts of preparing the annual repon 
on Masonic Education is to summarize the highlights of the 
Masonic Year. If space permitted one would be justified in making 
reference to the report from each district. The following examples 
have been chosen to illustrate what are considered highly successful 
experiences and by recording them in the report others may wish 
to introduce them in their districts in the future. 



104 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

In Brant District the Supervisor of Education accompanied the 
District Deputy Grand Master and presented an address on the 
occasion of the official visit to the lodge. Bruce, North Huron and 
several other districts were encouraged by the open-forum discus- 
sion approach to masonic education developed around the question 
and answer approach. In Hamilton District "A" emphasis was 
focussed on education at regular meetings rather than a special 
district-wide night. In Hamilton "B" on the other hand a district 
meeting developed around Grand Lodge Committees and theii 
purpose and operation proved effective and satisfying. A broadly 
based program in Niagara "A" District included an educational 
meeting in each lodge in the district, slide presentations and two 
district meetings. Unfortunately the Supervisor of Education for 
the district was taken ill in mid-April. In Nipissing West the District 
Supervisor prepared eight items on Masonic Education and circu- 
lated them to the lodges in the district. 

The committee on Masonic Education for Ontario district 
was headed by a member of the Board of General Purposes and 
focussed its attention on making plans for more than one year. 
Western District appointed two supervisors, one to look after 
the lodges in the southern end of the district and one to look after 
those in the north. The lodges in Western District are so far apart 
(Atikokan is 350 miles from Red Lake) that a supervisor in one 
end of the District does not have an opportunity to visit lodges 
in the other end. 

Wellington and Waterloo Districts combined in a one-day 
workshop held at the Waterloo Masonic Temple and considered 
the topic "A Daily Advancement Through Masonic Education". 
Assisted by members of the Board of General Purposes the work- 
shop broke into four sections and used the round table discussion 
approach. It is reported that the workshop was quite successful. 

A large proportion of the membership is located in Toronto 
and traditionally the Masonic Education programs in this part of 
our Grand Jurisdiction have been imaginative and effective. This 
year has been no exception. Toronto District 2 held a Lodge of 
instruction, and a District Meeting around the topic "Masonic 
Hang Ups", which provided an opportunity to air such things as 
projecting our image on the public at large, what does Grand 
Lodge do with its money?, and candidate sponsorship. The District 
held a workshop and conference at Meadowbrook Golf and 
Country Club, a follow-up to the Port Hope Conference. Toronto 
District 3 laid out a program around the Library, Research, Lodges 
and Educational Meetings. The report includes the following per- 
tinent statement, "Education generally is accepted with reluctance 
and yet paradoxically is something that members desperately wish 
to obtain. It would appear therefore that the biggest stumbling 
block is in the manner of presentation and not usually the content". 
Toronto District 7 reports as a highlight the portrayal of the 
Entered Apprentice Degree as conferred in England 200 years 
ago and concludes the District report by recommending more 
emphasis on audio-visual programs. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 105 

(3) Trends and Suggestions 

There was considerable emphasis placed on the interpretation 
of the work and the services of Most Worshipful Brother Bailey 
were much in demand. The responsibility of the Custodian of the 
Work is a heavy one and we are indebted to M.W. Bro. Bailey for 
his untiring efforts in helping to maintain a uniformity of interpre- 
tation and purpose. 

The increasing interest in topics of historical significance sug- 
gests the need for close collaboration between the Library Com- 
mittee and the Committee on Masonic Education. Already planning 
is underway to develop topics for discussion at the lodge level, 
using references recommended by the Library Committee. 

There is an increasing tendency to develop open-forum dis- 
cussion meetings. This format provides an opportunity for members 
to express their views and exchange ideas. It is encouraging to 
recognize this pattern developing in our lodges. 

In drawing this report to a close I make reference to a 
statement in the Windsor District report. "Masonic Education" 
are "dirty words" and are the cause of some brethren staying 
away from lodge. Lest any committee become complacent, this 
statement serves as a reminder to develop programs that are 
meaningful and practical. Under whatever words we choose to 
identify our purpose, in simple terms I hold the view we are 
attempting to enlighten each other on who we are, what we are 
and for what purpose. 

All of which is respectfully and fraternally submitted on be- 
half of the Committee. 

N. R. RICHARDS, 
Chairman. 



REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON WARRANTS 

This report was presented by R.W. Bro. H. O. 
Polk, Chairman, and on motion of the Deputy Grand 
Master, seconded by R.W. Bro, Polk, it was received and 
adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of the Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir, and Brethren: 

Your Committee on Warrants composed of: Most Wor. Bro. 
J. A. Irvine; Rt. Wor. Bros. M. J. Bradley, R. S. Throop, A. F. 
Williams, N. E. Jensen, G. B. Rickard, F. Fairfield, G. A. 
Fitzgerald, and W. R. Leach, is pleased to present its report for 
the year 1973-4. 



106 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

Applications for Warrants have been received from three 
Lodges presently operating Under Dispensation, which we find 
encouraging, commendable, and gratifying. 

The petitions, books and records of all three have been ex- 
amined, found to be in good order, and entirely satisfactory. There 
is every indication of each being in a flourishing state of efficient 
advancement. 

We recommend therefore that Warrants be issued as follows: 

1. Trillium Lodge U.D., Guelph, instituted on May 24th, 
1973, to be Numbered 724, and alloted to Wellington District. 

2. Wellington Square Lodge U.D., Burlington, instituted on 
October 11th, 1973, to be numbered 725, and assigned to Hamil- 
ton District A. 

3. Andor Gero Lodge U.D., Etobicoke, instituted on January 
10th, 1974, to be nimabered 726, and attached to Toronto District 
No. 5. 

Presently there are no other Lodges operating Under Dispen- 
sation but some in various stages of organization. We look forward 
to continued development during the coming months. 

The Secretaries of the Lodges petitioning Warrants are to be 
highly commended for the efficiency with which their records have 
been kept, and for utilizing to the best advantage the Record 
books recommended by Grand Lodge. 

We consider it appropriate to advise, upon the formation of 
a new Lodge, consideration be given, for the W.M. to appoint a 
well skilled Brother as Historian. 

If yearly highlights are recorded systematically from the es- 
pecial events involved in the Instituting and Chartermg of a Lodge 
(.thereby its inception) and continued on an orderly regular basis, 
a most valuable continual record can be preserved for posterity, 
both for the older members in retrospect, and to newer members 
in anticipation of future highlight events. 

The importance of fire-proof storage for the safe-keeping of 
the Warrant, Minute Book, By-Laws and vital records of every 
Lodge is again emphasized. 

The Warrant particularly becomes increasingly valuable in 
succeeding years, and cannot be replaced in original form, if 
destroyed. 

Because of population shifts to urban centres, together with 
the formation of newly created satellite Cities in certain areas of 
our Grand Jurisdiction, your committee reminds the D.D.G.M.'s, 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 107 

and the Stalwarts of existing Lodges near such areas, particularly 
the numerically larger ones, to offer their services as leaders in 
the formation of new Lodges therein. We have only to recall to 
memory that our forefathers established most of the now operating 
Lodges and Temples that have become an integral part of the 
communities in which we reside, and from which our generation 
has derived so much benefit. Likewise a responsibility rests with 
us to extend that effort by creating Lodges and having Temples 
erected in each and every new community in this Grand Jurisdic- 
tion to become a working companion of the Church, the school 
system, and the home — a part of the community. 

We again stress the availability of the Grand Secretary and his 
staff at all times to assist in the formation of a new Lodge par- 
ticularly in providing and setting up required record books. It is 
most advantageous to avail ourselves of the wealth of experience 
and guidance that will be cheerfully offered, either by a personal 
visit to our Grand Lodge office, or upon a written communication. 

Finally we welcome the members of our three new Lodges to 
this Grand Lodge. May each ever be guided and empowered to 
the service of true Brotherhood, a future bright with the Light 
of knowledge, and a full measure of prosperity, contentment and 
happiness as he embarks upon the journey of service to our exalted 
craft. 

Respectfully and fraternally submitted, 

HOWARD O. POLK, 
Chairman. 



REPORT OF THE BLOOD DONORS' 
COMMirrEE 

This report was presented by R.W. Bro. R. J. 
Connor, Chairman, and on motion of the Deputy Grand 
Master, seconded by R.W. Bro. Connor, it was received 
and adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Membeis 
of Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

Your Blood Donors' Committee is pleased to submit its report 
for the 1973-1974 Masonic year. 

Participation was the theme tried by the two London Districts 
this year. In January they held a dinner for all lodge Blood Donor 
Chairmen with short talks by the area chairman, V.W. Bro. Ron 
Shoebottom and the two District Chairmen, W. Bro. Joe Hessey 
and W. Bro. John Spry. Following the dinner all adjourned to 



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Temple Lodge to present that lodge with the trophy for the greatest 
increase in donations for the previous year. The whole evening was 
devoted to the one subject, with the Grand Lodge Blood Donor 
Chairman as the principal speaker in the lodge room. This evening 
allowed each lodge chairman to meet his opposite number from 
the other lodges and to discuss problems on a one-to-one basis. It 
was an apparently successful venture as these two districts showed 
a 60% increase over last year. A simple, yet effective plan. 

But what of the other districts? 

The District Deputy Grand Masters are to be commended 
on their choice of District Chairmen of Blood Donors' as their 
diligence and zeal is most evident in the results which follow. The 
1973 totals are provided for your comparison. 



District 



1973 



Algoma 


351 


Brant 


57 


Bruce 


64 


Chatham 


116 


Eastern 


22 


Frontenac 


73 


Georgian 


146 


Grey 


185 


Hamilton "A" 


727 


Hamilton "B" 


346 


London East 


180 


London West 


168 


Muskoka-Parry Sound 


6 


Niagara "A" 


190 


Niagara "B" 


133 


Nipissing East 


9 


Nipissing West 


429 


North Huron 




Ontario 


57 


Ottawa 1 


189 


Ottawa 2 


329 


Peterborough 


311 


Prince Edward 


88 


St. Lawrence 


275 


St. Thomas 


125 


Sarnia 


223 


South Huron 


246 


Temiskaming 


99 


Toronto 1 


826 


Toronto 2 


277 


Toronto 3 


277 


Toronto 4 


234 


Toronto 5 


218 


Toronto 6 


255 



1974 

378 
63 

46 

84 

41 

71 

284 

189 

777 

405 

281 

269 

45 

80 

152 

40 

390 

146 

347 

200 

268 

317 

104 

285 

252 

289 

264 

207 

1042 

259 

461 

333 

225 

205 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 109 

Toronto 7 432 167 

Victoria 134 143 

Waterloo 39 116 

Wellington 106 99 

Western 183 272 

Wilson 125 88 

Windsor 620 452 



A special mention must go to the following for extra effort: To 
Wor. Bro. Adam Walder, Toronto District 1 for the greatest 
number of donations — 1042; to W. Bro. John Rickard, Ontario 
District, for the greatest increase in donations — 290; to W. Bro. 
George Brooks, Muskoka-Parry Sound District for the greatest per- 
centage increase 650%. We again must pay a special tribute to 
Ionic Lodge, No. 229, Brampton for not being satisfied with their 
wonderful results of the past, but for again topping their record 
by 22 to a new high of 448 donations. V.W. Bro. Albert Thompson 
of Peterborough District has again shown an increase in his district, 
partly by salesmanship and partly by example, as in January of 
1974 he made his 100th blood donation. In Prince Edward 
District, Bros. Clarence Deacon and Andrew Mcintosh were 
honoured by the County Memorial Hospital with scrolls attesting 
to their 75th and 50th donations respectively, and were given 
excellent coverage in the Picton Gazette. 

This year, nineteen of the District Chairmen continued in 
office, some repeating for a considerable period. In this capacity, 
our tribute goes to: R.W. Bro. Charles Heels, Victoria District — 
13 years; R.W. Bro. Cal Krauter, North Huron District — 11 years; 
R.W. Bro. John Noble, Nipissing West District — 9 years; R.W. 
Bro. Harold Lockwood, Algoma District; V.W. Bro. Albert 
Thompson, Peterborough District; and Bro. Harley Johnson, 
Niagara "A" District — each for 7 years; and V.W. Bro. Ron 
Shoebottom, London Districts for 6 years. To these senior service 
members, to the 12 who have served from 2 to 4 years and the 
23 dedicated Masons now completing their first year in this cause, 
our warmest congratulations are extended. 

Our congratulations go out also to R.W. Bro. Neil Sinclair, 
D.D.G.M. of Bruce District; V.W. Bro. Milt Williamson, Grand 
Steward of Toronto District No. 1; and to V.W. Bro. Albert 
Thompson, Grand Standard Bearer, Peterborough District for their 
preferment by their brethren. All these have served, or are serving, 
as Blood Donor Chairmen and have certainly deserved the honour 
of promotion for their sincere efforts. 

Brethren, the need for blood never diminishes, it increases 
daily. As you can see by this report, we too are showing an in- 
crease, but it is painfully slow. The donating of blood is "Brother- 
hood in Action", and if we wish to demonstrate that we are true 
brothers of mankind, then we should be regular blood donors. 



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To our Grand Master, a special thank you, for the years he 
dedicated to this cause and for his ever encouraging words on 
behalf of the Blood Donors. 

Respectfully and fraternally submitted, 

ROD J. CONNOR, 
Chairman. 

CALLED OFF 

Grand Lodge adjourned at 12:10 p.m. 

CALLED ON 

Grand Lodge resumed labour at 2:00 p.m., the 
Grand Master on the Throne. 



REPORT OF THE LIBRARY COMMITTEE 

This report was presented by V.W. Bro. Wallace 
McLeod, Chairman, and on motion of the Deputy Grand 
Master, seconded by V.W. Bro. McLeod, it was received 
and adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of the Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M., of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

On behalf of the Library Committee I have the honour to 
present the following report to the 119th Annual Communication 
of this Grand Lodge. Your Committee was composed of M.W. 
Bros. H. L. Martyn, W. K. Bailey; R.W. Bros. A. J. Grosvenor, 
C. N. Davison, D. C. Bradley, A. F. Williams, A. J. Dawson, J. 
W. Pearce, H. A. Hopkins (and after his departure from Canada, 
M. Campbell), and C. D. MacKenzie, with the undersigned as 
Chairman. 

Somewhere or other Stephen Leacock says: 

"If I were founding a university — and I say it with all the 
seriousness of which I am capable — I would found first a 
smoking room; then when I had a little more money in hand 
I would found a dormitory; then after that, or more probably 
with it, a decent reading room and a library. After that, if I 
still had money over that I couldn't use, I would hire a 
professor and get some text books." 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 111 

His words can be applied to our gentle Craft. To learn about it 
we do not need Masonic lecturers, not in the first place. We need 
to talk Masonry, to live Masonry — and to read Masonry. 

Just forty-two years ago Grand Lodge established a reference 
and circulating Library, using as its core the books bequeathed by 
M.W. Bro. John Ross Robertson. The collection has now grown 
to more than six thousand items. Evidently it has the potential to 
play a vigorous role in promoting education. 

During these forty-two years, while Committees have come 
and gone like the flowers in their seasons, the post of Librarian 
has been held by only three brethren. Since 1967 the burden has 
belonged to Bro. William J. McKee, of Runnymede Lodge, No. 
619. Those who frequent the Library will testify to his skill, his 
kindness, his common sense, his humanity, and his determination. 
Let our gratitude to him be here recorded. 

For the sixth consecutive year V.W. Bros. Charles S. Gulston 
and John Petherick have served as volunteer assistants for two 
noon-hours a week. How long they will continue to let us impose 
on them, we know not; but once again we are greatly in their debt. 

"Of making many books there is no end", saith the wise 
Solomon; and any self-respecting library is obliged to keep up to 
date. During the year we purchased fifty-four books en Masonic 
subjects. The titles need not be rehearsed here, for they will be 
listed in due course in a revised guide to the use of the Library. 
Suffice it to say that some of them would be assets to anyone's 
collection; such as Cartwright's Commentary on the Freemasonic 
Ritual and Coil's Freemasonry through Six Centuries. Others are 
less precious, and range from the empty to the fantastic; their 
names in charity we veil. 

But beyond these, the Library has been strengthened by gifts 
totalling one hundred and twenty-eight books. Amongst the donors 
we must cite the Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts, R.W. 
Bro. Roy E. Baylis, and V.W. Bro. J. Palmer Kent, each of whom 
contributed a number of books. One other benefactor needs special 
mention. Bro. Alexander Robb has been for many years a member 
of the Toronto Society for Masonic Research. One of his associ- 
ates there was our first Librarian, Bro. N. W. J. Haydon. In 
memory of his friend, Bro. Robb has entrusted to us his collection 
of books written by the English mystic, occultist, and Freemason, 
Arthur Edward Waite (1857-1942); there are seventy volumes, 
most of them in first editions. To these donors, and to others 
whose benefactions were less prodigal, we are extremely grateful. 

In recent years the Library has circulated 35-millimetre 
coloured slides, with a taped commentary, on the Grand Lodge 
Communication of 1970. They have proved popular, and your 
Committee has been pleased to expand this aspect of its activities. 



112 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

We now have slides of the last Grand Lodge Communication, of 
Freemasons' Hall in London, of the murals in the Montreal 
Memorial Temple (presented by the Grand Lodge of Quebec), and 
of various Masonic relics and memorabilia (copied from originals 
loaned by Bro. John E. Taylor, of Ionic Lodge, No. 25). Com- 
mentaries on these are nearing completion. Cassette recordings 
are already available of the address delivered at the Grand 
Master's Banquet by M.W. Bro. James S. Woods, Past Grand 
Master of the Grand Lodge of Alberta, in 1972, and by M.W. 
Bro. Mervyn Woods, Past Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of 
Saskatchewan, in 1973, as well as of a talk presented by Bro. 
Harry Carr when he visited Toronto in 1972. We also have ten 
cassettes on which are recorded Short Talk Bulletins prepared 
by the Masonic Service Association of the United States. A 
friend who wishes to remain anonymous has contributed a cassette 
player and head-phones, so that one may listen to these recordings 
in the Library without disturbing those who are reading. 

As a further accession, we now have an elegant book-rack, 
through the generosity and craftsmanship of W. Bro. Kenneth M. 
Comrie and V.W. Bro. Meredith H. Hastings. 



Your Committee has always tried to publicize its resources. 
Five years ago every lodge in the province received a book-list; 
this was done last year again, and again this year. In 1970 posters 
were placed in every Masonic temple in Ontario. The book 
Beyond the Pillars, published a year ago, closed with an exhortation 
to use the Library. This year to help guide the novice through 
the jungle of Masonic literature, the Committee has prepared 
brief reviews of some sixty books. Last October ten of them were 
sent to each District Deputy Grand Master, so that he might give 
them wider currency. Recently we have taken steps to see that two 
more reviews reach ten thousand Masons across Canada every 
three months. So we have been trying. 



What effect has this publicity had? In the period from May 
10, 1973, to May 13, 1974, 227 visitors signed their names in the 
register (a decrease of 5% from last year); 216 books were mailed 
to out-of-town brethren (an increase of 19%), and 157 books were 
loaned to local members (a decrease of 27%). The total is down 
slightly. That in itself is no cause for melancholy; but worse is to 
follow. Most of our patrons are habitual readers; the 373 books 
loaned this year were borrowed by only 85 brethren. Of all the 
Masons in Ontario, less than one-tenth of one per cent can bring 
themselves to borrow even one book. Here is no cause for com- 
placency. What is the answer? We can think of nothing but con- 
tinuing our efforts at promotion, making our holdings more easy 
of access, and, above all, persuading those who are active in 
Masonic education that for them the Library is riches beyond 
compare. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 113 

Outside the central collection of books in Toronto, the whole 
province is dotted with local Masonic libraries which are admin- 
istered by lodges, temples, and Districts. In order that we might 
get some indication of how these books were being used, we asked 
each District Deputy Grand Master to give details for his District, 
and to offer any suggestions that occurred to him. We are grateful 
for this information, which proved instructive, but gloomy. Local 
resources are not being put to the best possible use. Many libraries 
seem to comprise nothing but old, heavy, forbidding, irrelevant, 
leather-bound tomes. 

Happily, there are exceptions. We have heard of some local 
Masonic libraries (and we should like to hear of others) which 
are rendering remarkable service. Perhaps we could profit by their 
example. Several of them appoint a lodge librarian, and get good 
publicity at frequent intervals in open lodge, or in the summons or 
newsletter. But above all, to attract readers, we must have books 
that are sane, useful, up-to-date, convenient, and pleasantly written; 
books such as our own Beyond the Pillars and First Grand Master, 
Pick and Knight's two pocket books, and Carl Claudy's Introduc- 
tion to Freemasonry and Masonic Harvest. Get books like these, 
and let the brethren know of them, and there may be hope for us 
yet. 

And now it is time to look to the future, and offer our recom- 
mendations. It goes without saying that the Grand Lodge Library 
must continue to grow, and to keep its name before the Masons of 
Ontario. But it must move ahead in other ways as well. 

Any handbook on library administration will tell you that 
you need an accession list, an author-and-title catalogue, a rational 
system of classification, and probably a shelf list and a subject 
catalogue as well. We have none of these. Admittedly our Librarian 
can find practically any book you want. But how much easier if 
the books were properly catalogued and logically shelved! This will 
be a gargantuan task; but it must be undertaken. 

The Library cannot hope to serve even its local patrons 
adequately so long as it is open only two noon-hours, one after- 
noon, and one evening a week. To be sure, the librarian has shown 
himself willing to meet anyone at other times by appointment; on 
occasion this has been helpful to out-of-town visitors. But beyond 
that the hours need to be extended radically. There is no sub- 
stitute for browsing among the books. Your Committee has tried 
in vain this year to keep the Library open five evenings a week. 
For this we needed volunteers; we found but two. 

If our brethren are to grow and learn, there is no substitute 
for reading. Listening to a speech or sitting in front of a screen 
may be less toilsome, but it is also less productive. By watching 
a twenty-minute newscast we get the equivalent of only one-third 



114 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

of a page from a daily newspaper. We must keep trying to convert 
more Masons to the joy of reading. This affection for the printed 
word is not a novel aberration devised by your Committee for this 
particular occasion. More than two thousand years ago a celebrated 
statesman, humanist, and philosopher said it for us: 

"Other pastimes are not for all seasons, or all ages, or all 
places; but these studies make young men keen, and old men 
happy; in prosperity they polish and adorn; in misfortune 
they comfort and sustain; a pleasure at home, no inconveni- 
ence abroad, they keep us company in the night, on the road, 
at the cottage." 

All of which is respectfully and fraternally submitted on 
behalf of your Committee. 

WALLACE McLEOD, 

Chairman. 



REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON 
THE CONDITION OF MASONRY 

This report was presented by R.W. Bro. H. Allan 
Leal, Chairman, and on motion of the Deputy Grand 
Master, seconded by R.W. Bro. Leal, it was received and 
adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of the Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

Bacon's Essay "Of Iimovations" contains the following sober- 
ing admonition: 

"He that will not apply new remedies must expect new evils, 
for time is the greatest innovator; and if time of course alter things 
to the worse, and wisdom and counsel shall not alter them to the 
better, what shall be the end?" 

The fact of change has been constant throughout the re- 
corded history of human society. The rate of change is a stark 
reality in contemporary experience since the world, as we know 
it, is caught in the very vortex of fast accelerating change. To 



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resist change is to invite disaster, but the decision concerning what 
to change in our social and moral institutions — the when, why and 
how is as critical, complex and elusive an endeavour as it ever was, 
only more so! Clearly we do not dilute, much less abandon, those 
fundamental tenets and principles which are the foundation of our 
fraternity and whose inculcation is our sole raison d'etre. As 
freemasons it is still vitally important for us, and our order, to 
know and to proclaim what we stand for, and what we stand 
against. These things will not and can not be changed. They are 
immutable for the reason that they are eternal and they are eternal 
because they are the attributes of the Great Architect of the Uni- 
verse. This thought was given expression in one of our favourite 
hymns composed over one hundred years ago by the Reverend H. 
F. Lyte when he wrote in 1847: 

"Change and decay in all around I see; 
O thou, who changest not, abide with me." 

What is it then that we are to change and along what paths 
is change to be pursued? In our submission the answer to these 
questions lie in the revitalization and extension of our programmes 
so that our beliefs have a more direct and profound impact on our 
membership; that our teachings become even more meaningful for 
those whose lives are touched by them; and that our way of life 
may be seen to be relevant for those who would choose to array 
themselves under our banners. 



This is not an exhortation to be militant; rather it is an en- 
treaty to be vigilant and alive to the opportunity and obligation 
that is ours. If freemasonry did not exist today someone surely 
would have to invent it, since it satisfies the basic aspirations of 
the human spirit. It is against this background that our performance 
is to be judged and the condition of masonry, more particularly 
over the past twelve months, is to be assessed. If what follows in 
this report strikes one as being more germane to the concerns of 
the chairman of the board of directors of a business corporation 
preoccupied with the deficiencies of administration, let it be said 
at once that this is truly the nature of our concerns since the 
objects of this noble company are so well founded. 

It is difficult to make generalizations that have equal validity 
when applied across the broad geographical expanse of this grand 
jurisdiction, that reflect the state of health of the order in forty-one 
(41) masonic districts, and gauge aright the level of activity in our 
six hundred and thirty-seven (637) constituent lodges. Although 
there have been difficulties, frustrations and some disappointments, 
the reports of the District Deputy Grand Masters, all of which we 
have read, exude an air of quiet satisfaction and restrained opti- 
mism in a year that was one of great challenge and generous 
fulfilment. 



116 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

There is some evidence distilled from these reports, as well as 
that garnered from personal experience gained in going about the 
province, that the news is sometimes good and sometimes bad for 
all. Some of these matters have already been alluded to in previous 
annual reports of this Committee and their continued presence is 
to be expected since the life of freemasonry is a continuum that 
can only be assessed over a substantial period and is seen only im- 
perfectly in a snapshot taken at any particular instant of time. We 
have observed previously that freemasonry in this jurisdiction is 
getting older. We rejoice in this fact and share with pride and 
satisfaction the experience of an increasing number of constituent 
lodges celebrating the 100th anniversary of their founding. The 
statistics this year reveal an impressive number of masons who 
have gained recognition for fifty years membership in the craft. 
One district this year has reported that one of our senior brethren 
has attained the enviable record of 60 years a mason, 50 years a 
Past Master and 40 years a Past District Deputy Grand Master. 
We salute them all and wish them long life and great happiness. 

We do well to remind ourselves, however, that the institution 
of freemasonry is not good simply because it is old, rather it is 
old because it is good! It has stood the test of time for the reason 
that it stands today, as in the past, on human values that are time- 
less and enduring and not to be fobbed off as the trinkets of an 
easy conscience or the excesses of a fickle fad or fashion. 

But time does take its toll in a very real sense with respect 
to the physical fabric of our lodge premises and your Committee 
was much encouraged to read of the splendid progress that has 
been made over the past year in building new temples, as in 
Sudbury, in refurbishing and altering existing premises and 
generally in upgrading the quality of our accommodation to make 
them more acceptable for the high purposes which they serve. It 
has been noted that inflation is at the point of eroding the financial 
position of some of the lodges, particularly in the matter of main- 
tenance or rental of the premises. 

It is too much to hope that our institution should be spared 
the adverse effects of this world-v/ide phenomenon. The complexity 
of the problem, however, should not absolve us of doing what can 
be done to blunt its impact. We observe a genuine and general 
concern in the reports of the District Deputy Grand Masters that 
lodges in many districts are not coming to grips with the necessity 
of reviewing their fees structure, both as to initiation fees and 
annual dues which are being maintained at unrealistically low 
levels. Too frequently the budgetary imbalance is being met by 
drawing on meagre reserves. We are not unmindful of the valid 
argument that a substantial increase in fees may well prove to 
be counter-productive, but we report on the matter here simply to 
emphasize the special care and consideration which must be given 
to this problem if our lodges are to be kept in a healthy financial 
state. 



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An allied problem which appears to have assumed some mag- 
nitude this year is that of arrears. Illustrative of the point, we 
would simply report that in one district alone, eighteen lodges 
show 315 brethren in arrears amounting to $6,310.00. This particu- 
lar matter can only be solved if attacked with resolution and 
vigour on a continuing basis. 

We have been impressed with what appears to be a general 
recognition that individual lodge programmes should include more 
meaningful and more frequent opportunities for social intercourse 
amongst the brethren. As one would expect these occasions reflect 
the catholicity of taste of our membership ranging from ladies' 
nights to fish fries, curling bonspiels, golf tournaments and even 
opera parties. It is not surprising, nor uncommon, to find that 
such activities have a wholesome influence upon attendance figures 
at regular lodge meetings and enhance the sense of brotherhood 
which is our hallm_ark. This change in emphasis in the nature of our 
programmes is perhaps the most significant in these changing times 
when we are involved in serious competition for men's allegiance, 
time and support. 

It is surely not redundant in a report of this nature to make 
reference to the state of the work. We are encouraged to read that 
throughout the grand jurisdiction it is being performed with uni- 
formity, proficiency and sincerity. We note as well the heavy 
schedule that has been undertaken by M.W. Bro. W. K. Bailey, 
P.G.M., the Custodian of the Work. We also note with satisfaction 
the fitting and highly successful testimonial dinner that was 
tendered in Toronto during the year to his illustrious predecessor 
in that office, M.W. Bro. Harry L. Martyn, P.G.M. 

We are truly grateful to the District Deputy Grand Masters 
for their abundant and devoted efforts on our behalf during this 
past year. To them, to the District Secretaries, the District Chap- 
lains and the Chairmen of the District Committees on Masonic 
Education, Benevolence and Blood Donors we tender and record 
our sincere thanks. 

It is a special privilege for your Committee to acknowledge 
the leadership and contribution of our Grand Master, M.W. Bro. 
George E. Turner. It is with affection and respect that we say 
that in his quiet and unassuming way his influence is profoundly 
felt throughout all phases of our work. 

All of which is respectfully and fraternally submitted on 
behalf of the Committee. 

H. ALLAN LEAL, 

Chairman. 



118 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON 
PRINTING AND SUPPLIES 

This report was presented by R.W. Bro. H. C. 
Steele, Chairman, and on motion of the Deputy Grand 
Master, seconded by R.W. Bro. Steele, it was received 
and adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of the Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

It is my privilege once again to report on behalf of the 
Committee on Printing and Supplies. The Committee is comprised 
of the following members: Rt. Wor. Bros. M. J. Bradley, P. W. H. 
Dell, J. B. Hunter, G. I. Baillie, R. E. Ballard, W. G. Slack, J. 
H. Clysdale and the chairman. 

Expenditures coming under the jurisdiction of the Committee 
for the year ending April 30th, 1974 are as follows: 

Printing and Supplies 1973 - 1974 

Memorial Service Booklets $ 845.00 

Constitutions for resale (1 year supply) 4,646.00 

Classified material (Works-advance payment) 20,000.00 

Proceedings and Postage (1300) 6,843.00 

Grand Lodge Bulletins (2 issues and postage) 3,925.00 

Printing stationery and supplies, office 

stationery, forms etc. 5,267.61 

Preliminary reports (3500) 3,102.64 

Fraternal Reviews (3200) 1,899.25 

First Grand Master 6,664.00 

Candidates' booklets 457.12 

Beyond the Pillars (cost, plus postage and handling) 22,301.53 

New Lodge books 224.00 

$76,175.55 

In comparing the expenditures for the year 1972-73 which 
had been a new high with the expenditures for 1973-74, it will be 
noted that costs have risen from $33,588.00 to an all time high of 
$76,175.55. This represents an increase of $42,587.00 over last 
year's previous all time high. 

After close scrutiny of the statement it will be seen that the 
items that account for the bulk of the increase are recoverable bills 
of expense. Although it will take some time to recover the capital 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 119 

outlay, it was deemed advisable with the rising costs of paper and 
printing to purchase 3 to 4 years supply of several items, as well 
as having a new printing of the book "First Grand Master" printed 
at this time. 

In connection with the $22,301.53 item of expense for 
"BEYOND THE PILLARS", this will be the final expenditure for 
this book other than the expense of mailing new orders to the 
members. $1,199.09 of the above amount was the additional ex- 
pense of shipping, postage and stenographic help. 

Your committee wish to express their thanks to the member- 
ship for the number of books that were purchased. Some Lodges 
are presenting copies of "Beyond the Pillars" to their new Master 
jMasons. We heartily endorse this practice and would suggest that 
other Lodges should adopt this practice. 

$6,664.00 was spent on reprinting the book "The First Grand 
Master". This book is well written, and your committee would like 
to recommend that each member that does not own a copy of this 
book should invest $2.00 for a valuable addition to his Masonic 
Library. 

One of the largest items of expense is advance payment of 
costs of printing "THE WORK". As may be noted in last year's 
report, $5,648.00 was spent in printing 1 year's supply. Under ad- 
visement of the Grand Secretary, it was deemed advisable to print 
2 to 3 years' supply of "THE WORK" in light of the tremendous 
increase in the cost of paper. 

Your Committee are happy to approve the expenditure of 
$224.40 for new books for 3 new lodges — Trillium, Wellington 
Square and Andor Gero. 

Your committee wish to offer their thanks to the Grand 
Secretary for the efficient manner in which he endeavours to keep 
costs down. His foresight in ordering more than 1 year's supply at 
a time to try and combat inflation. Without his judgment and 
ability, the expenditures made on behalf of the Committee of 
Printing and Supplies would soon skyrocket to unreasonable high 
figures. 

We wish to thank the staff of the Grand Secretary's Office for 
their assistance and co-operation during the past year. 

Respectfully and fraternally submitted. 



H. CAMERON STEELE, 
Chairman. 



120 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON AUDIT 
AND FINANCE 

Presented by R.W. Bro. A. C. Ashforth, Chairman, 
on motion of the Deputy Grand Master, seconded by 
R.W. Bro. Ashforth, it was received and adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of the Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

This Committee has now reviewed and considered in detail the 
reports of the Grand Treasurer, the Auditor's report attached 
thereto, and the report of the Grand Secretary as referred to it by 
this Annual Communication. These appear to fully and accurately 
record the essential details pertaining to — 

(a) the financial position of this Grand Lodge as of April 30, 
1974, and the results of its fiscal operations on a cash basis for 
the twelve-month period ended on that date. 

(b) details of all Receipts and Disbursements in respect to 
the General Fund, the Memorial Fund, and the Semi-Centennial 
Fund; together with particulars of all transactions and changes in 
Capital Accounts of Grand Lodge, which have occurred during 
the said period. 

(c) the Investment Accounts of the above mentioned Funds 
and the summary of all financial resources as of April 30, 1974. 

The following observations respecting certain matters covered 
by these reports, and or, relative to its financial affairs, are pre- 
sented for your consideration. 

(1) The Audited Statements of Grand Lodge accounts show 
that the net balance of all its resources now amounts to 
$1,806,716.11. This net balance includes total investments at cost 
value (not market value), plus cash on hand and in the Bank and 
represents an increase in assets of $40,882.01 over the figures 
of a year ago. 

(2) In accordance with traditional policy, all securities in 
which Grand Lodge invests its funds, come within the category of 
Trustee Investments with the exception of $200,000.00 Series "A" 
and $40,000.00 Series "B" debentures of Masonic Holdings which 
are payable on demand after June 1, 1978. These were acquired 
under specific authority of this Grand Lodge in 1959. So far 
$152,000.00 of these debentures have been redeemed, including 
$10,000.00 redeemed on April 30th, 1974. 



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All securities, with few exceptions, are fully registered as 
to capital and interest, and are currently held in the custody of the 
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Hamilton, Ontario, whose 
certificate of confirmation is attached to the Auditor's Report. 

(3) Total receipts under the General Fund for fees, dues, 
commutations, interest on investments, etc. amounted to 
$288,170.87 whilst disbursements totalled $272,052.39 leaving an 
excess of income over expenditures of $16,118.48. This compares 
with a surplus of $7,074.82 in the preceding year. Strict control of 
all expenditures has been constantly maintained. 

(4) Grants for benevolent purposes, less those refunded ana 
cancelled, amounted to $57,123.30, a decrease of $4,072.51 from a 
year ago. These grants were paid out of the combined incomes of 
the Memorial and Semi-Centennial Funds, as supplemented by 
transfers from the General Fund, which last year amounted to 
$20,200.00, down $7,200 from the preceding year. The Report of 
the Committee on Benevolence has made reference to the trend 
in its activities and consequently the amount established for its use 
in this year's budget is reduced from $30,000 to $23,000. This 
Committee on Audit and Finance therefore recommends that in 
order to provide these funds, the Board of General Purposes 
authorize, in accordance with Section 119 of the Constitution, ap- 
propriations from the General Fund up to the amount of $23,000. 
Such funds to be transferred as and when required to the com- 
bined Memorial and Semi-Centennial Funds, in order to supple- 
ment the interest and income therefrom, thus making adequate 
provision for all benevolent grants which Grand Lodge may extend 
during the period May 1, 1974 to April 30, 1975. 

In passing, may I say, the Committee on Benevolence has 
shown great care and understanding in administering the funds 
entrusted to it. 

The Report of the Grand Secretary includes a recapitulation 
of the membership as of December 31, 1973. It is of interest to 
note that the loss of Membership last year was lower than it was 
the year before. 

Your Committee recommends approval of the special dona- 
tions to charitable institutions totalling $4,500 which were made 
under authority of the Grand Master and as itemized in the finan- 
cial statements. 

The Committee is pleased to observe a further bequest of 
$4,834.14 has been received from the Hutchinson Estate. 

In its review of all matters covered by this report, your Com- 
mittee has received the fullest co-operation and assistance from 
the Grand Secretary and his staff, all of whom are well informed in 
relation to their respective duties. It is a pleasure to receive 
throughout the year the co-operation of the Grand Treasurer, 



122 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

whose talents are many and his policy judgments sound. Your 
Committee now formally recommends to this Grand Lodge the 
adoption, without amendment, the reports of the above mentioned 
officers and approval of the recommendations contained in this 
Committee's Report. 

In accordance with Section 101 of the Constitution, your Com- 
mittee submits for consideration and approval, an estimate of Re- 
ceipts and Expenditures as it relates to the General Fund for the 
year ending April 30, 1975. 

ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
For the period May 1, 1974 to April 30, 1975 

RECEIPTS 

Fees for initiations $ 12,000.00 

Fees for affiliations 700.00 

Does (per capita) 154,000.00 

Certificates 300.00 

Ceremonies 500.00 

Dispensations 1,600.00 

Commutations 2,600.00 

Sale of Constitution booklets. Manuals, Special 

Publications, etc 23,900.00 

Classified materials 2,600.00 

Refunds of expenditure 3,200.00 

$201,400.00 
Interest on investments 68,000.00 

TOTAL $269,400.00 

DISBURSEMENTS 

Salaries $ 68,500.00 

Special allowances 12,300.00 

Staff retirement fund 3,745.00 

O.H.I.P. Services Contributions 900.00 

Canada Pension Plan 800.00 

Unemployment Insurance 700.00 

Office Expenses: 

Rent 30,000.00 

Printing, Stationery & Supplies 5,700.00 

Express, telephone, telegraph 1,600.00 

Postage 3,600.00 

Furniture & equipment 1,200.00 

Travelling expenses: 

Grand Secretary 700.00 

Supervisor of Benevolence 600.00 

Custodian fees 1,000.00 

Insurance (including contingent liability) 3,600.00 

Audit 2,000.00 



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Library: 

General Expenses 600.00 

Librarian Honorarium 1,300.00 

Library rental 2,640.00 

Grand Master's expenses 2,000.00 

Deputy Grand Master's expenses 800.00 

Representatives to other Grand Lodges 5,200.00 

Conference fees, etc., Washington 2,000.00 

Conference of Canadian Grand Lodges 

Expenses Trust Fund appropriation 6,500.00 

Committee on Masonic Education 600.00 

Special printing for resale 36,000.00 

Grand Lodge Bulletin 4,600.00 

Honorary Presentation — medals and buttons 250.00 

Review of fraternal correspondence 650.00 

Grand Lodge Meeting expenses: 

Printing fraternal reviews 2,100.00 

Printing preliminary reports 3,400.00 

Printing proceedings 7,200.00 

General expenses 22,000.00 

Advance 1975 meeting 500.00 

Masonic Relief Ass'n U.S.A.-Canada 500.00 

Appropriation for Benevolent Grants 23,000.00 

Charitable donations 4,800.00 

Grand Master's & Deputy's Regalia 500.00 

Miscellaneous 4,500.00 

TOTAL $268,585.00 



SUMMARY 

Estimated Receipts $269,400.00 

Estimated Disbursements 268,585.00 

Estimated Excess Receipts over Disbursements $ 815.00 



The foregoing estimates have been carefully considered and 
compiled after consultation with the Grand Secretary and Grand 
Treasurer. Your Committee believes they are realistic and provide 
for all items which might be reasonably foreseen and for such 
amounts as may be required to meet all Grand Lodge financial 
responsibilities, obligations and commitments for the current fiscal 
year. 

All of which is respectfully and fraternally submitted. 

On behalf of the Committee. 

A. C. ASHFORTH, 
Chairman. 



124 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

REPORT OF THE GRAND CHAPLAIN 

The Grand Chaplain, R.W. Bro. Rev. R. de Corneille, 
presented his report. On motion of the Deputy Grand 
Master, seconded by R.W. de Corneille, it was received 
and adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of the Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

The annals of Masonry, like the firmament of heaven, are 
star-studded with its heroes. But its many other luminaries, which 
individually may not be visible to the naked eye, like the Milky 
Way, provide the magnificent aura and illumination of Masonic 
glory. While we all know this, I still was amazed and wonder-struck 
by the contribution that is being made by one category of our 
Masons about whom we so seldom speak. I refer to our District 
Chaplains. 

In preparation for this report, I sent a letter to every District 
Chaplain inviting him to kindly advise me of his activities diu'ing 
the year and of any suggestions or advice he might wish to give. 
The content of the twenty-eight responses to this letter of request 
should make us exceedingly grateful. From them we learn that 
many District Chaplains not only arranged for splendid District 
Services (sometimes several in a year), but also travelled extensively 
with the District Deputy Grand Master, gave spiritual and edu- 
cational addresses, encouraged Lodge Services, participated in 
dedications and memorial events and visited the sick and shut-ins. 

i am constrained to share with you the highlights of these 
replies: 

W. Bro. William Bridger, Chaplain of Wilson District, reports 
that he has attended all but two of the official visits in his District, 
has served as Chaplain of Norfolk Lodge No. 10 for fourteen years 
with regular attendance and, in fact, has attended his Lodge for 
the last twenty-nine years being absent only three or four meetings 
due to illness. Needless to say, he arranged for a lovely and 
reverent Divine Service as District Chaplain. He writes, "Masonry 
to me is a way of life, and I am enjoying it to the fullest." 

The Very Rev. Dr. G. Coster Scovil, Dean of Moosonee and 
Chaplain of Temiskaming District, reports that he travelled 940 
miles to attend all but one of the visits with the District Deputy 
Grand Master, and in the case of that one exception he has al- 
ready visited there the previous year. Three area services were 
held — in Kirkland Lake, Iroquois Falls and Timmins. He has 
served as District Chaplain in previous years and last year preached 
at all three area services. Judging from their titles, he has pre- 
pared a number of valuable addresses relevant to Masonry. 



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Rev. R. Clarence McCIenaghan, District Chaplain of South 
Huron, after having visited all but three of the seventeen Lodges 
there, giving short messages, dedicating regalia, sharing in Divine 
Services and arranging the District Service, states that "the office 
of Chaplain becomes much more meaningful to the brethren of 
the District when one can accompany the District Deputy Grand 
Master on his official visits." 

The Rev. Canon R. L. McLaren, District Chaplain of Grey, 
who accompanied the District Deputy Grand Master on all his 
official visits except three (when he was confined to hospital for 
surgery), used each visit as an occasion to give a short talk on 
some of the aspects of the teaching of Masonry. St. Paul's Church 
in Shelburne was filled to capacity with Masons and their wives ai 
the District Service and all Lodges in the District were represented 
save one. His sermon topic was "Masonry in a Changing World." 

The Very Rev. Ronald E. Lundy, Dean of St. Alban's 
Cathedral in Kenora, whom I knew as a youngster when I was a 
student-assistant in Mono Mills, Ontario, reports on his extensive 
activities, and also that he preached at the District Service at his 
Cathedral on the text "According to the grace of God which is 
given unto me, as a wise masterbuilder, I have laid the foundation, 
and another buildeth thereon. But let every man take heed how 
he buildeth thereupon." (1 Cor. 3:10). He also asks "Do you 
recall your student days in Mono? Well, I am the red-headed boy 
on the farm who used to bug you." That red-headed boy is now 
one of the popular and sophisticated leaders in the Anglican 
Church of Canada. 

The Rev. John V. Mills, District Chaplain of Toronto District 
7, who has also served in the past as Assistant Grand Chaplain, 
organized a most impressive Divine Service and preached on 
"Freemasonry Triumphant". From the material he submitted, it 
is evident that his commitment continues over the years. 

The Rev. C. Robert Townshend, District Chaplain of Chat- 
ham, submitted a report which could be summed up in his own 
words, "I was well received and the men seemed to show a real 
interest and concern in the work and the responsibilities of a 
District Chaplain." 

The Rev. D. F. Dunning, District Chaplain of Frontenac, in 
concluding his fine report makes the sage observation, "Many 
Masons carry the practice of secrecy to such an extent that no 
outsider would suspect that they belonged to an order based on 
Justice, morality and brotherly love." 

The Rev. R. Gordon Hazlewood, Chaplain of Hamilton Dist- 
rict "A", was obviously involved in organizing or participating in 
a number of important major Masonic services, but in typical 
Masonic fashion gives credit to others and praises them. The 
spiritual side of Masonry was certainly given prominence in that 
District this year. 



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Bro. T. Roy Adams, District Chaplain of Niagara District 
"A", accompanied the D.D.G.M. on all of his official visits, save 
one, as well as attending most of the District installations. He ob- 
viously exemplifies his closing thought, "I feel that the District 
Chaplain has an important responsibility and by his regular attend- 
ance and participation can do much to help his brethren." 

The Rev. William John K. Province, District Chaplain of 
Toronto District 1, has served for three terms as District Chaplain, 
for fifteen years has officiated at Remembrance Day Services for 
Ulster Lodge, and needless to say, arranged for a District Service 
at which "the Church being filled to overflowing". 

Rev. Douglas T. Sloan, District Chaplain of Wellington, took 
part in a host of services and dedications. 

Rev. A. Parsons, District Chaplain of Prince Edward, visited 
all of the Lodges except two, was active in a variety of ways, and 
reports "a capacity attendance" at the District Divine Service. 

Bro. B. W. Sharpe, Chaplain for Hamilton District "B", 
attended all meetings with the D.D.G.M. save one, and in the 
majority of these meetings delivered short inspirational messages. 

A warm and enthusiastic report from Rev. Gordon Lapp, 
District Chaplain of Toronto District 5, who accompanied the 
D.D.G.M. on over half his visits, reflects an outstanding experience 
in both Lodge and Divine worship. 

The Rev. J. L. Petrie, District Chaplain of St. Thomas, des- 
cribes an unusual setting for a Masonic service — beautiful Pinafore 
Park, where approximately four hundred Masons gathered for a 
District Service. 

Rev. Douglas A. Greenough, District Chaplain of Algoma, as 
an addition to his regular duties visited such sick Brethren as had 
been reported in local hospitals, especially those from outside of 
the city. 

The Rev. Cyril W. Earle, District Chaplain of Eastern District, 
was transferred during his term of office but still carried on with 
his responsibilities despite this handicap. 

Bro. Gordon Taplin, Chaplain of Muskoka-Parry Sound 
District, reports that in addition to the reward of service in his 
office, the "lasting fraternal friendships throughout the District" 
are his greatest treasure. 

Rev. William Fairley, Victoria District Chaplain, not only 
attended twelve of the fourteen official visits of the D.D.G.M., 
but also often spoke on the contents of "Beyond the Pillars" from a 



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scriptural point of view and their practical application to daily life. 
In addition to an outstanding annual Church service, he furthered 
Masonic education at many meetings. 

The Rev. Dr. Wilfred F. Butcher, District Chaplain for 
Nipissing East, has had a wide ranging experience in different prov- 
inces serving Masonry as a District Chaplain over the years. His 
wisdom and tact have had such impact that it has reached my 
attention from a variety of sources and his own report reflects the 
extent of the application of his experience and abilities to the 
Masonic life of his District. 

The Rev. Charles H. Jam.es, District Chaplain of London 
East, ranged far and wide to country as well as city Lodges and his 
enthusiastic participation covers all facets of Masonic life. The 
District Service at St. Paul's Cathedral in London must have been 
inspiring, with members of Kilwinning Lodge No. 64 dressed in 
their kilts and serving as ushers, with an outstanding choir and a 
"who's who" of London clergy participating. 

Wor. Bro. F. Kenneth Riggs, District Chaplain of Sarnia, 
was active not only in the District Service but in many services 
held by the Lodges in his area. Such encouragement of Lodge ser- 
vices widens the possibihties for greater involvement and the 
attendance of the District Chaplain strengthens these events. 

The Rev. John A. A. Mennell, District Chaplain of Windsor, 
in a splendid report on his activities related that the District Ser- 
vice was held in Shaar Ha Shomayim Synagogue with an attend- 
ance of 350 and an outstanding sermon given by Rabbi Samuel 
StoUman. 

The Rev. Carman G. Beckel, Chaplain of Toronto District 
2, highlights his report with the outstanding contribution of another 
Jew, Bro. Rabbi Harold Lerner of Pride of Israel Congregation, 
whose address on the Temple of Solomon was so outstanding that 
it is being distributed to the new District Deputy Grand Masters 
at Grand Lodge. Harmony and brotherly love are thus always re- 
warded when we put our principles into action and share the 
treasures of our spiritual insights. 

Extremely valuable suggestions for ways in which the District 
Chaplains can make still greater and effective contributions were 
submitted by the Rev. W. H. LeGrow, Chaplain of Ottawa District 
1, the Rev. Ian D. Nichols, Chaplain of Toronto District 3, the 
Rev. William Fairley of Victoria District, Dr. Wilfred F. Butcher 
of Nipissing East, the Rev. Thomas H. Wells, District Chaplain of 
Ontario, the Rev. Charles H. James of London East, Wor. Bro. F. 
Kenneth Riggs of Sarnia and the Rev. John A. A. Mennell of 
Windsor. These suggestions are being submitted to the Grand 
Master for his perusal and consideration. Unquestionably, they can 
contribute to the good of Masonry and all these reports will be 
submitted to him by a very grateful Grand Chaplain. 



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It has been a privilege, as Grand Chaplain, to personify and 
represent all the District Chaplains and Lodge Chaplains who 
render so much service so humbly and faithfully. It has been an 
awesome responsibility and yet a joyful one to reflect their glory 
at Grand Lodge events, dedications, centermials and memorials. 
The friendship and affection of the Brethren of Grand Lodge 
given to me represents the high esteem in which the Grand East 
views the work of Chaplains throughout this great jurisdiction. 

Respectfully submitted, 

R.W. BRO. REV. ROLAND DE CORNEILLE, 

Grand Chaplain 



REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON 
GRIEVANCES AND APPEALS 

This report was presented by R.W. Bro. P. S. 
MacKenzie, Chairman; on motion of the Deputy Grand 
Master, seconded by R.W. Bro. MacKenzie, it was re- 
ceived and adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of the Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

Your Committee on Grievances and Appeals presents its 
report in the following parts: — 

1. PARKDALE LODGE, No. 510, vs. BRO. JACK F. 
HANCOCK. 

This case came before your Committee in 1973 and the facts 
are stated at some length in the 1973 Proceedings of Grand Lodge 
at p. 147. 

The accused was charged in his Lodge with unmasonic con- 
duct under Rule 1 (g) and (s). After trial Bro. Hancock was 
found guilty as charged and was suspended by his Lodge with a 
recommendation of expulsion. 

Your committee concurred in the findings of the Lodge, 
recommended to Grand Lodge that certain irregularities in service 
of process on the accused be waived and that Bro. Hancock be 
notified to appear at this communication to show cause why he 
should not be expelled. Grand Lodge accepted these recommenda- 
tions. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 129 

Bro. Hancock has been notified to attend. He has not 
appeared. Your Committee therefore recommends that Bro. Jack 
F. Hancock be expelled. 

2. WOODLAND LODGE, No. 680 vs. BRO. TERRY 
GRANTLAND PAUL. 

This case came before your Committee in 1973 and the facts 
are stated in the 1973 Proceedings at p. 149. 

Bro. Paul had been convicted of two serious criminal offences 
in the Supreme Court of Ontario at Sault Ste. Marie and had 
been sentenced to a term of imprisonment of two years less one 
day with three years probation thereafter. 

After a Masonic Trial, Woodland Lodge suspended him in- 
definitely and recommended his expulsion. 

Grand Lodge directed that the accused be notified to appear 
at this Annual Communication to show cause why he should noi 
be expelled. 

He has been so notified. He has appeared. In view of the 
representations received this committee recommends that this 
matter be set over until the next annual communication of Grand 
Lodge and in the meantime the indefinite suspension be continued. 

Your Committee is pleased to report that the above two 
matters are the only ones requiring your attention at this Com- 
munication. While at first view this may lead to a conclusion 
that within our Order, at least, a trend toward more serious 
observance of our laws and regulations is indicated, such an 
optimistic view may not be justified. 

Again this year your committee has been invited to offer 
assistance to some Lodges which have experienced serious and 
distressing problems. Some of them have not as yet been resolved. 
The necessity of dealing speedily and judiciously with major 
offences against our rules occasionally conflicts with the desire of 
Lodge officers and members to avoid internal dissension and un- 
pleasant publicity. Flagrant violations of our fundamental principles 
must be dealt with expeditiously by the constituent lodges to pre- 
serve undiminished the unblemished reputation of our Order in 
our various communities. Your committee is ready and willing at 
all times to render assistance and advice, if requested, to any 
lodge faced with a vexing problem of unmasonic conduct by one 
of its members. We urge particularly that the Rules of Procedure 
laid down for guidance in the Book of Constitution be scrupulously 
observed. Be especially careful to ensure before a charge is laid 
that there is cogent evidence to support it — avoid the discomfiture 
of requiring a brother to face a charge of unmasonic conduct on 
flimsy and uncorroborated evidence which may prove an em- 
barrassment to him and to the lodge. 



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Once, however, a charge is filed let it be proceeded with, in 
sympathy and dignity, giving careful observance to the formalities 
and sequence of procedure laid down in the Rules respecting Trials. 

Respectfully and fraternally submitted, 

P. STUART MacKENZIE, 
Chairman. 



CALLED OFF 

The Grand Master declared the afternoon session of 
Grand Lodge closed at 3:00 p.m., to resume labor at 9:00 
a.m. on the following morning. 

CALLED ON 

Grand Lodge resumed labor at 9:00 a.m. Thursday, 
July 18, 1974. 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE 
ON CREDENTIALS 

This report was presented by R.W. Bro. R. G. 
Truscott, and on motion of the Deputy Grand Master, 
seconded by R.W. Bro. Truscott, it was received and 
adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master. Officers and Members 
of the Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

Your Committee on Credentials begs to report: 

There are on the Register of Grand Lodge Warranted 
Lodges represented at this Communication: 

By Regular Officers 494 

By Proxies 88 

By Past Masters 30 

TOTAL LODGES REPRESENTED 612 

TOTAL NUMBER OF DELEGATES 

REGISTERED 3535 

WITH A TOTAL VOTE OF 4230 

All of which is fraternally submitted, 

ROBT. G. TRUSCOTT, 

Chairman. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 131 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE 
OF SCRUTINEERS 

R.W. Bro. Robert Strachan, Chairman, presented the 
report, and on motion of the Deputy Grand Master, 
seconded by R.W. Bro. Strachan, it was received and 
adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of the Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

Your Committee of Scrutineers, having been duly sworn in 
by V.W. Bro. James C. Guy, begs to report that from the Ballot 
Boxes returned from the District Meetings the Ballots contained 
therein show the results of the Elections as follows: 

Grand Senior Warden R.W. Bro. R. Harrie A. Hope 

Grand Junior Warden R.W. Bro. John M. D. Hay 

Grand Treasurer M.W. Bro. M. Cleeve Hooper 

Grand Registrar R.W. Bro. Leo J. Gent 

Board of General Purposes: 

R.W. Bro. Robert E. Davies 
R.W. Bro. P. Stuart MacKenzie 
R.W. Bro. Howard O, Polk 
R.W. Bro. H. Allan Leal 
R.W. Bro. Raymond M. Gunsolus 
R.W. Bro. Robert W. Faithfull 
R.W. Bro. Wallace E. McLeod 

All of which is fraternally submitted, 

ROBERT STRACHAN, 
Chairman. 



The Grand Master declared the above brethren duly 
elected. 

THANKS 

The Grand Master extended his sincere thanks to 
R.W. Bro. Robert Strachan, Chairman of the Committee 
of Scrutineers, and to R.W. Bro. R. G. Truscott, Chairman 
of the Committee on Credentials, and their committee per- 
sonnel, for their devotion to their work. 



132 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

REPORT OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE 
ON LODGE BUILDINGS 

This report was presented by V.W. Bro. E. C. 
Horwood, Chairman; on motion of the Deputy Grand 
Master, seconded by V.W. Bro. Horwood, it was received 
and adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

During the past year an unusual number of pamphlets, 
bulletins and brochures have come to my desk dealing with FIRE, 
FIRE PROTECTION and SMOKE CONTROL, along with sug- 
gested methods of control, recommendations and requirements. 
Space will not permit a thorough summary in this report, but I do 
want to draw your attention to some here below. 

Fire follows the path of least resistance, such as in walls 
that are not fire-stopped, stairs which are not enclosed at the top 
and at the bottom. Tbat is the reason why. in all Codes, whether 
National, Provincial, Municipal, or Grand Lodge Requirements, 
stairwells MUST be enclosed at the top and at the bottom thereof. 
Even stairwells covered with wallboard may disintegrate when hit 
by a high pressure stream from a fire hose. Such a stairwell, 
when building occupants are trying to escape, may very well be- 
come a raging inferno. 

Unfortunately, we must all realize, that there is no such thing 
as absolute safety, and yet, if we were in a building and heard 
someone yell "FIRE", it would be enough to send a chill through 
most of us, especially when we think of Panic, Injuries, Property 
Damage and perhaps even Death. 

Firefighting Authorities and Insurance Companies beheve that 
many of the terrible blazes that have occurred might have been 
contained in a small area and even might have been classified as 
minor had there not been serious deficiencies in the building con- 
struction, shortcomings in fire codes, and especially had there been 
strict enforcement of the regulations. 

We were interested and pleased to hear, recently, that the 
Provincial Government is considering a New Provincial Code to 
replace existing Municipal By-laws. We heard that its provisions 
will be considerably stricter and more demanding than the National 
Building Code. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 133 

Because absolute safety cannot be obtained, safety laws and 
regulations, which are revised from time to time as a result of 
experience, sometimes bitter and tragic experience, are needed to 
control the dangers to buildings, to life and injury to occupants. 
These regulations are really based on how much risk are we willing 
to take. Because of the risk that we do take. Grand Lodge has 
approved and adopted the National Building Code and the Ontario 
Building Fire Safety Design Standard as part and parcel of its 
requirements with the proviso that wherever a variation occurs in 
any of these, the highest standard shall always govern. 

The Advisory Committee is pleased to report that, during the 
past twelve months, another ten Lodges have requested informa- 
tion and assistance, making a total of 222 Lodges and Temple 
Corporations since the formation of the Committee in 1957. Many 
are continuing to seek assistance and advice on their own. particular 
project. Your Committee has met delegations from some seven 
Lodges and, at the conclusion of the meetings, the delegations, 
without exception, have expressed their appreciation and gratitude 
for the assistance they have received. Some 99 Temples have been 
dedicated during the period. You may be interested to know about 
one in particular. Some time back, a delegation came to Hamilton 
to inform the Advisory Committee that its Lodge was considering 
buying an Anglican Church Building. After some months, the 
deal was completed and then the work of remodelling began. Re- 
cently, the New Temple Building was dedicated by the Grand 
Master. At the Banquet Hour following the Dedication, (namely 
Moravian Lodge No. 431, Cargill, in Bruce District) informed the 
gathering that, when the Anglican Church was being built the 
then Grand Master, M.W, Bro. Benjamin Allen and Grand Lodge 
laid the Corner Stone. 

I must point out that any Lodge or group of Lodges which is 
contemplating (1) buying property, renting a Ijuilding, or leasing a 
building or property, or (2) selecting a name for a Lodge or Hold- 
ing Company, or (3) Incorporating a Holding Company, should 
write the Grand Secretary as to the method of procedure, what in- 
formation and drawings are required, etc. by the Advisory Com- 
mittee. Furthermore, if a Lodge is contemplating a remodelling or 
building project the Grand Secretary will send certain guide lines, 
such as the Grand Lodge Bulletins LBl and LB2 along with the 
Ontario Fire Marshal's Regulations, pointing out that, in addition, 
assistance may be obtained from the local Building By-law, the 
Ontario Building Fire safety Design Standard and the National 
Building Code of Canada, keeping in mind that the highest 
standard of all these By-laws, Codes and Grand Lodge Require- 
ments SHALL always govern. Whatever is done. Absolute Safety 
is unattainable. Consequently, I urge you never to accept any- 
thing except the very best protection possible for the safety and 
comfort of the occupants of your Buildings. 

Your Committee appreciates the letters of thanks it has re- 
ceived for the assistance and help it has gladly given. Unfor- 
tunately, when the Committee has been unable to give its approval 



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to a project because it does not comply with the Regulations of 
Grand Lodge, or because of the failure of the Lodge to reply to 
the Grand Secretary's letters requesting information, it has received 
a very different type of letter. I assure you that the Advisory Com- 
mittee derives not the slightest pleasure whatsoever from having 
to refuse to grant approval to a project. 

Before I conclude Brethren, I want all of you to know that 
no Chairman could possibly receive from each member of his 
Committee, better co-operation and assistance than I have had 
from the Grand Secretary, M.W. Bro. John A. Irvine and M.W. 
Bro. Ewart G. Dixon, the Grand Secretary Emeritus. Without fear 
of contradiction, I am positive that every member of each dele- 
gation which came to the Grand Lodge Offices in Hamilton would 
attest to the assistance and advice the delegation received from 
these two Brethren. 

Respectfully and fraternally submitted, 

ERIC C. HORWOOD, 

Chairman of the Advisory 
Committee on Lodge Buildings. 



HONORARY RANK CONFERRED 

It was moved by M.W. Bro. H. L. Martyn, seconded 
by M.W. Bro. E. G. Dixon, that the rank of Past Grand 
Senior Warden (Honorary) be conferred on V.W. Bro. 
Eric C. Horwood. Carried. 



REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE 
GRAND MASTER'S ADDRESS 

This report was presented by M.W. Bro. B. B. Foster, 
seconded by M.W. Bro. W. L. Wright; it was received and 
adopted. 

To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of the Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Brethren: 

Your Committee has listened with undivided attention and 
interest to the Grand Master's Address and we express our sincere 
commendation of it to you, the members of Grand Lodge. We hope 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 135 

that many sections will be read in each constituent lodge in the 
coming year. 

We join with the Grand Master in his welcome to our guests 
and his hope for the enjoyment of their stay with us. We add our 
appreciation of the careful planning for this communication by the 
Grand Secretary and his Staff, the Metropolitan Past Masters' 
Association, R.W. Bros. Robert Strachan, Robert Truscott, V.W. 
Bro. B. C. McClelland, and all others who may have contributed 
to its success. 

The Grand Master reminds us of the constantly changing 
membership in this Grand Lodge when he pays fitting tribute to 
several who have made lasting contributions to our Grand Lodge 
and have now passed to their reward. 

Approval is unanimously given to the two appointments made 
to the ranks of Grand Stewards, to the confirmation of Past Rank, 
and to the appointment of Grand Representatives, both near other 
Grand Lodges and our own. We are pleased to approve the appoint- 
ment of V.W. Bro. E. C. Horwood to the rank of Hon. Past 
Grand Senior Warden in recognition of his excellent work in 
Grand Lodge. 

Hearty congratulations are extended to our Grand Master on 
his dedication to duty. He has attended many District Receptions 
and Centennial celebrations. The presence of the Grand Master 
on these occasions adds much to the pleasure of the Masons 
assembled and to the success of the event. We are happy that he 
has been able to represent our Grand Lodge at the Annual Com- 
munications of many of our Sister Grand Lodges, or has sent a 
representative. 

The Grand Master describes in suitable terms the tribute paid 
to M.W. Bro. Harry L. Martyn last March 26, 1974. We join with 
him in his apt use of superlatives relating to a sincerely dedicated 
Masonic career. We are proud of our association with M.W. Bro. 
Martyn, the benefits accruing to the Craft as a result of his labours, 
and the freely expressed words of real affection which poured forth 
on that occasion. M.W. Bro. Martyn is assured of an outstanding 
place reserved for a few Masons who have always been in the 
front line, leading our Craft onward and upward to the heights in 
this jurisdiction. May the golden rays of Masonic light which he 
has cast upon our Craft continue to brighten the Masonic life of 
individual Masons because the Masonic education of the individual 
has always been the goal of his every effort. 

M.W. Bro. W. K. Bailey, our Immediate Past Grand Master, 
has moved from one post of responsibility to another with con- 
tinued energy, dedication and effectiveness. We would add ou; 
words of appreciation to those of the Grand Master for an excel- 



136 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

lent year as Custodian of the Work. Without getting into the realm 
of comparisons, we believe that he has effectively carried on the 
duties of the office so beautifully done by his predecessor, M.W. 
Bro. H. L. Martyn, for so many years. 

Congratulations are extended to all those who have contributed 
to the success of the books, "Beyond the Pillars" and "The First 
Grand Master", and the Grand Lodge Bulletin. The work accom- 
plished is eminently worth while. 

Your Committee enthusiastically adds its congratulations to 
those of the Grand Master for the beautiful new temples provided 
by the Masons of Sudbury and Cargill for the use and enjoyment 
of their members. 

It is with great satisfaction that we welcome the members of 
Trillium Lodge, U.D., Guelph, Wellington Square Lodge, U.D., 
Burlington and Andor Gero Lodge, U.D., Etobicoke, to our fellow- 
ship, and wish for them great happiness and progress in the future. 
Our sincere thanks go out to M.W. Bros. H. L. Martyn and W. K. 
Bailey for the careful planning for the institution of Andor Gero 
Lodge, which enabled it to move forward from a happy beginning 
to a smooth and satisfying operation. 

We associate ourselves with the Grand Master in extending 
congratulations to the fifteen lodges which have reached the Cen- 
tennial plateau, also to those Masons receiving recognition of their 
membership in the Craft for many years and especially to the four 
brethren who received the William Mercer Wilson Medal. May 
they all continue to serve the Craft as faithfully in the future. 

We express our pride in and our admiration for our Grand 
Master, whose genial personality has endeared himself to all the 
brethren. His messages, on all occasions, have shown his deep 
understanding of Masonic principles. We look forward, with antici- 
pation, to a continuation of his able and painstaking administration 
in the year ahead. May the Great Architect of the Universe con- 
tinue to guide and protect him as the future unfolds. 

Finally, we recommend approval of all decisions, rulings, 
directives, appointments and recommendations contained in the 
Grand Master's Address. We hope that our Grand Master will 
enjoy his usual good health during his next year in office, that he 
may continue to impart his happy and purposeful disposition to his 
brethren. May he ever, as in the past, lead the members of this 
Grand Lodge to a deeper appreciation of Masonic precepts, and to 
a realization of their responsibility to incorporate these precepts 
into their own lives. 

BRUCE B. FOSTER, 
Chairman. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 137 

DISPOSAL OF NOTICES OF MOTION 

In accordance with notice duly given M.W. Bro. E. 
G. Dixon moved in sections and in total, seconded by 
R.W. Bro. M. L. Buckingham, that Sections 9, 45 and 84 
be amended as follows : 

I hereby give notice that, at the next Annual Com- 
munication of Grand Lodge, I will move, or cause to be 
moved, the following amendments to the Constitution: 

1. That Section 9 be deleted and the following substituted 
therefor: 

"Section 9. The committee shall dehver to each of 
such brethren the ballot papers to which he is entitled, 
and also a copy of all notices of motion to be brought 
before Grand Lodge. Each lodge shall be entitled to 
three votes. If the Master and Wardens be present, 
each shall be entitled to one vote. If any one of them 
be absent his vote shall be given to the senior officer 
present. Each Past Master shall be entitled to one 
vote." 

2. That Section 45 be amended by deleting the word 
"May" and substituting therefor the word "April". 

3. That Section 84, regarding the duties of the Grand 
Secretary, be amended by deleting paragraph seven 
thereof and substituting therefor the following para- 
graph; 

"He shall, on or before the fifteenth day of April in 
each year, send to each lodge no fewer than six copies 
of all notices of motion, and to every officer and mem- 
ber of the Board of General Purposes of Grand Lodge 
one copy thereof." 

The amendments were adopted unanimously. 

DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTERS 

The Grand Secretary read the names of the following 
brethren who had been selected in the various Districts to 
serve as District Deputy Grand Masters. 



138 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

The Grand Master confirmed the selections and 
directed that they be installed and invested. 

District D.D.G.M. Address 

Algoma James M. Tailing Thunder Bay 

Brant Ernest A. Welt Nanticoke 

Bruce Donald E. Murray Clifford 

Chatham Edsel C. Steen Wallaceburg 

Eastern W. T. Russell Hay Hawkesbury 

Frontenac Easton F. Fox Mountain Grove 

Georgian Ross Hutchinson Barrie 

Grey Daniel E. Ritchie Dundalk 

Hamilton "A" Harry Greenwood Buriington 

Hamilton "B" Orval D. Bell Binbrook 

Hamilton "C" Gerald E. Smith Oakville 

London East William G. Walker Springfield 

London West Joseph Hessey London 

Mus. Parry Sound Robert L. Duncan Gravenhurst 

Niagara "A" Roland E. Westlake St. Catharines 

Niagara "B" C. Kenneth Souder Fort Erie 

Nipissing Centre William C. MacDougall Manitowaning 

Nipissing East Robert B. Coxford North Bay 

Nipissing West George Y. Masters Sault Ste. Marie 

North Huron Donald P. McKay Ripley 

Ontario Donald A. Fear Oshawa 

Ottawa 1 Leonard W. Westwell Ottawa 

Ottawa 2 Lewis J. McAdam Ottawa 

Peterborough John W. Auckland Norwood 

Prince Edward Benjamin C. Thompson Brighton 

Sarnia C. Jack Rowland Arkona 

St. Lawrence Wilbert Kerr Balderson 

St. Thomas Donald F. Graham St. Thomas 

South Huron A. Earl Watson St. Marys 

Temiskaming Maurice C. Hettrick Kirkland Lake 

Toronto! Aksel Aggerholm Mississauga 

Toronto 2 C. John Woodburn Mississauga 

Toronto 3 J. Earle Moore Islington 

Toronto 4 Kenneth J. Cohoon Scarborough 

Toronto 5 John L. Fennell Bradford 

Toronto 6 Raymond Furness Weston 

Toronto? Robert C. Ward Scarborough 

Victoria A. Gordon Ohver Bobcaygeon 

Waterloo Roy S. Sparrow Drumbo 

Wellington .Chester D. Anderson Acton 

Western Wesley H. Houston Sioux Lookout 

Wilson Lloyd L. Miles Mount Elgin 

Windsor R. Lyle Mosey Windsor 

They were then installed and invested by M.W. Bro. 
H. L. Martyn. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 139 

APPOINTMENT OF GRAND CHAPLAIN 

The Grand Master announced the appointment of 
Wor. Bro. Rev. Arthur W. Watson as the Right Worship- 
ful Grand Chaplain. 

INSTALLATION OF OTHER OFFICERS 

The other Grand Lodge officers were then installed 
and invested; the Grand Senior Warden by M.W. Bro. W. 
L. Wright; the Grand Junior Warden by M.W. Bro. J. A. 
Irvine; the Grand Chaplain by M.W. Bro. J. N. Allan; the 
Grand Registrar being absent, the Grand Master made 
arrangements for his installation and investiture at a later 
date. 

APPOINTED MEMBERS OF THE BOARD 

The Grand Master appointed the following brethren 
as members of the Board of General Purposes: 

V.W. Bro. John W. Millar Toronto 

V.W. Bro. Norman E. Byrne Hamilton 

R.W. Bro. Darrell E. Magee Barrie 

R.W. Bro. Charles A. Sankey St. Catharines 

R.W. Bro. A. Millard George London 

R.W. Bro. Robert CoUedge Windsor 

R.W. Bro. Allan E. Broadley Waterford 

APPOINTMENTS TO OFFICE 

Grand Senior Deacon, V.W. Bro. Howard A. Cox, Ancaster. 
Grand Junior Deacon, V.W. Bro. Harold H. Amsden, Windsor. 
Grand Supt. of Works, V.W. Bro. Harold Tootill, Windsor. 
Grand Dir. of Cers., V.W. Bro. William E. Truscott, Windsor. 
Asst. Grand Secy., V.W. Bro. Harry M. Barth, Thunder Bay. 
Asst. Grand Dir. of Ceremonies, V.W. Bro. Kenneth M. Hooper, 

Durham. 
Asst. Grand Chaplain, V.W. Bro. Robert L. McLaren, Shelburne. 
Grand Sword Bearer, V.W. Bro. Elmer HoU, Pelee Island. 
Grand Organist, V.W. Bro. Donald Wilson, Essex. 
Asst. Grand Organist, V.W. Bro. Hugh Rae, Windsor. 
Grand Pursuivant, V.W. Bro. William Found, Ancaster. 

GRAND STEWARDS 

V.W. Bro. Alfred G. Adams Hamilton 

" " E. Eugene Baker Toronto 

" " William J. Brock Sarnia 

" " William A. Bowman New Liskeard 



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J. Colin Campbell South Porcupine 

William R. Carpenter Simcoe 

Kenneth H. Clark Toronto 

Gordon Condie Deep River 

William J. Cowan Guelph 

Charles M. Crober Morrisburg 

Robert J. Del Genio Downsview 

J. Corley Drimmie Elora 

Samuel C. Dunbar Owen Sound 

Thornton W. Eedy Dungannon 

E. Stanley Einarson Bracebridge 

Ross K. Elliott Cookstown 

Donald B. Filsinger Scarborough 

Freeman Furry Hamilton 

William F. Gillies Paris 

William T. Glover Fingal 

Joseph G. Hall Sharon 

Kenneth W. Hearnden Thunder Bay 

Hugh J. Henderson Bothwell 

Harold G. Hubbell Mississauga 

Glenn A. Hudson Napanee 

Lachlan B. Jack Gilford 

George W. Jamieson Toronto 

Harvey Johnston Toronto 

Norman E. Keating Wingham 

Roland E. King CampbeUford 

Edward Knox Thornhill 

Vilho F. Koivu Lively 

Harvey J, Krueger Kitchener 

WiUiam L. Law Toronto 

Delmer C. Ling London 

Lea E. Love Rexdale 

Malcolm K. MacLean Rexdale 

Charles M. Marquis OriUia 

Arthur S. McClemens Mooretown 

Arthur T. McKinnon St. Catharines 

Peter A. McLeod Inglewood 

Stanley V. Meakings Streetsville 

John H. Millar Beaverton 

Earl F. Milne Richmond 

Gordon E. Monkman Dobbinton 

Gordon E. A. Mountford Belleville 

William G. Oliver Stittsville 

John L Parke Port Credit 

Gordon Percy Kenora 

Edwin Pitcher Merrickville 

E. Bernard Robinson Shelburne 

Harry B. Rockey London 

John W. Roe Kleinburg 

Louis J. Saddler Niagara Falls 

Harry Sare Port Credit 

Thomas J. Sayers Scarborough 

John E. Scharf Smiths Falls 



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John J. Scott Newcastle 

Ernest R. Seager Stoney Creek 

H. Fay Shaver Chesterville 

Gordon W. Skinner Hamilton 

Ian D. Stewart Maxville 

Harry Taylor Oshawa 

John B. Thistle Willowdale 

Robert L. Waddell Chatham 

Kenneth W. Wallace Willowdale 

Thomas P. Wells Rexdale 

Alexander L. Wheeler Gananoque 

Maurice D. Whitney Glanworth 

William L. Whyte Hamilton 

Clarke Williams Nestleton 



GRAND STANDARD BEARERS 

V.W. Bro, Herbert W. Moorby Gormley 

" " Samuel Tenenbaum Downsview 



VOTE OF THANKS 

On motion of M.W, Bro. J. N. Allan, seconded by 
M.W. Bro. H. L. Martyn, it was unanimously resolved: 

"That this Grand Lodge extend its sincere thanks to 
the Mayor and Citizens of the Corporation of the City of 
Toronto, to the Lodges of the seven Toronto Districts, to 
the Local Committee on Arrangements, to the Royal 
York Hotel and to all other officials for the kindness 
shown to the officers and delegates, and that a copy of 
this resolution be sent to the several committees and 
officials." 

GUESTS SPEAK 

During the sessions the following distinguished 
Guests, at the request of the Grand Master, addressed the 
Brethren assembled : 



M.W. Bro. D. W. Vose, Grand Master of Massachusetts. 
M.W. Bro. R. W. Duff, Grand Master of Saskatchewan. 
M.W. Bro. J. N. Fortner, Grand Master of Delaware. 
M.W. Bro. P. B. Matthews, Grand Master of Maryland. 



142 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

GRAND LODGE CLOSED 

The Grand Master, having announced that the labors 
of Grand Lodge were concluded, called on the Grand 
Chaplam to invoke the blessing of the Most High upon the 
Craft. 

Grand Lodge was declared closed at 10:40 a.m., 
Thursday, July 18, 1974. 






Grand Secretary. 



144 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

RETURNS OF LODGES AS 

For Secretary's Address see P.O. Addresses of Secretaries, page 168-179. 
St. John the Evangelist, all others on or near that of St. John the Baptist. 

^ e Lodge Where Held W. Master Secretary 



aNiagara Nlagara-on-the-Lake A. K. Woodhouse A. G. Hall 

aAnc. St. John's Kingston S. H. Chandler H. R. Lyons 

aSussex Brockville A. Regan R. H. Wallace 

aThe Barton Hamilton L. E. Williamson V. T. Hannabuss 

Union Grimsby Cyril Mote A. Hummel 

aUnion Napanee R. N. Reavie G, A. Hudson 

aNorfolk Simcoe R. K. Thornton B. B. Smith 

aMoira Belleville P. Anderson R. A. Swan 

aTrue Britons* Perth D. Doran R. Hughes 

St. George's St. Catharines Thos. Linders John Dore 

aSt. Andrew's Toronto F. Plue J. J. Henderson .. 

aSt. John's Cobourg Wm. Broomfield E. G. Smith 

aPrince Edward Picton C. T. Carr D. L. Sutton 

aSt. John's London R. J. Demaray C. O. Logan 



21A|aSt. John's Vankleek Hill Wm. Kothe S. E. Howes 



aKing Solomon's Toronto T. G. Lewis R. G. Townley 

Richmond Richmond Hill Harry D. Thomson Harold Ince 

aSt. Francis Smiths Falls C. A. Jackson G. P. Marshall 

alonic Toronto J. J. Clark F. J. Champlin 

aOntario Port Hope D. L. Plummer F. H. Hueston 

aStrict Observance Hamilton D. H. Bliss D. G. Welby , 

aMountZion Kemptville Wm. Whaley W. S. D. Hamilton 

aUnited Brighton W. O. Elliott H. G. Earle 

aComposite Whitby H. Alexander W. A. Andrew 

aJerusalem Bowmanville C. W. Trewin A. B. Lobb 

aAmity Dunnville H. A. Swayze James Wood 

aMaitland Goderich L. Draper K. C. Cutt 

aThistle Amherstburg O. Malott W. HaUock 

aSt.John's Cayuga Wm. Sutor R. M. Murphy 

aKing Hiram Ingersoll R. Collins H. J. Upfold 

aTrent Trenton L. S. McNeil L. A. Coward 

aMountZion Brooklin A. E. Francis J. F. Patterson 

aSt.John's Hamilton H. H. Donat C. E. Heal 

aSt. George's Kingsville M. Wingerden I. J. McPherson 

aSt. George's London Wm. Wilson H. S. May 

King Solomon's Woodstock Harry R. Ketchabaw Thos. F. Pellow 

aSt. Thomas St. Thomas Chas. Taylor R. N. Griffith 

aBrant Brantford G. M. Mills K. H. Baker 

aWelhngton Chatham K. F. Johns H. D. Paulucci 

aGreat Western Windsor A. Swanson A. H. Paddon 

aMadoc Madoc J. R. Gordon K. M. Livingstone .. 

aConsecon Consecon D. O'Hara D. Palmer 

Dalhousie Ottawa W. W. Page A. R. D. McNeely . 

aVaughan Maple B. Thurston M. J. Kinnee 

Merrickville MerrickviUe M. Cameron Edwm Pitcher 

aVictoria Samia H. Devonport J. A. Rose 

aHarmony Binbrook J. Kennedy R. Hillgartner 

Doric Ottawa W. R. Evans G. H. MacCarthy ... 

aAcacia Hamilton R. J. Button D. R. Shaw 

aSt. Andrew's Caledonia J. W. Brown W. J. Parker 

St. John's Carleton Place D. R. Jeschor G. A. Docker 

aKilwinning London A. H. Firth E. C. Smith 

aRehoboam Toronto S. Johnson G. McLeish 

aDurham Newcastle R. M. Shearer A. G. Perrin 

aSt.John's Ingersoll R. Minler W. H. Allen 

Stirling Stirling H. Parsonson G. G. Bailey 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 

AT DECEMBER 31st, 1973 

Lodges marked (a) bold their Installation of Officers on or near the Festival of 
The names of the W.M. and Secretary are corrected up to Jnly 31st, 1974. 



145 



5° 



Night of Meeting 



1st Wednesday 5 

1st Thursday 3 

3rd Monday 3 

3rd Wednesday 4 

2nd Thursday 8 

2nd Wednesday 2 

2nd Tuesday 5 

1st Wednesday 7 

1st Monday 2 

2nd Tuesday 4 

2nd Tuesday 5 

2nd Tuesday 4 

1st Thursday 1 

2nd Tuesday 4 

Tuesday on or before F.M. — 

2nd Thursday 4 

3rd Wednesday 8 

1st Thursday 4 

1st Wednesday 3 

3rd Thursday 3 

3rd Friday 3 

3rd Thursday 2 

1st Tuesday 10 

Last Monday 4 

2nd Wednesday 3 

2nd Wednesday 4 

2nd Tuesday 4 

1st Tuesday 2 

3rd Thursday 3 

1st Monday 1 

2nd Tuesday 5 

1st Tuesday 1 

3rd Thursday 2 

1st Thursday 1 

1st Thursday 4 

1st Tuesday 8 

1st Thursday 6 

2nd Tuesday 5 

1st Monday 3 

1st Thursday 6 

3rd Tuesday 2 

1st Friday 4 

1st Tuesday 5 

2nd Tuesday 2 

3rd Friday — 

1st Tuesday 5 

2nd Wednesday 3 

3rd Thursday ■* 

2nd Friday 7 

3rd Thursday 2 

2nd Wednesday 1 

3rd Friday 9 

1st Thursday 1 

1st Tuesday 6 

3rd Tuesday 1 

3rd Thursday 2 



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146 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

RETURNS OF LODGES AS 

For Secretary's Address see P.O. Addresses of Secretaries, page 168-179. 
St. John the Evangelist, ail others on or near that of St. Jolin the Baptist. 

"S o Lodge Where Held W. Master Secretary 

G* 

72|aAliTja Cambridge C. J. Taylor A. R. Gordon 

73 aSt. James Si. Marys N. Moffatt H. R. Alberts 

74 aSt. James South Augusta M. Campbell R. Byers 

75|aSt. Johns Toronto D. G. Scott C. A. Boddy 

76laOxford Woodstock R. W. Helmuth E. H. Harper 

77 aFaithful Brethren Lindsay J. W. Humphreys C. H. Heels 

78 aKing Hiram Tillsonburg J. J. Whyte R. J. Paget 



aSimcoe Bradford A. S. Neilly B. Steers 

aSt. John's Mount Brydges j. McAlister A. Crawford 

aSt. John's Paris L. L. Burton C. R. Burton 

aBeaver Strathroy G. R. Moore D. C. Lamond 

Clinton Clinton D. Bell G. D. Ward 

aRising Sun Athens D. V. Johnston L. M. Kerr 

aWilson Toronto A. C. Jeimison C. J. E. Lawer 

aMarkham Union Markham J. Egan C. Osbom 

St. George's Owen Sound Frank Binns E. C. Rosskopf 

aManito ColUngwood A. D. Smith N. Hodson 

aColbome Colborne F. Cowie R. Croft 

aCataraqui Kingston J. MacKay Cecil M. Peters 

aNorthem Light Kincardine A. R. MacLennan Leo A. Moore 

aSt. Mark's Port Stanley C. N. Parker J. L. Brumpton 

aCorinthian Barrie A. L. Ayerst W. T. Kirkpatrick 

aSharon Queensville A. M. HaU E. L. Stickwood .... 

981 True Blue Bolton M. G. Wilson A. S. Hill 

99 aTuscan Newmarket C. E. Toole C. E. Boyd 



100 aValley .^ Dundas A. Howard E. L. Ford 

101 aCorinthian Peterborough R. J. Robson W. R. Martin 

103 aMaple Leaf St. Catharines E. F. Greer J. R. Snure 

104 St John's Norwich . . Leslie Dickson R. O. Fewster 

105 aSt. Mark's Niagara Falls Neil E. MacLeod C. H. Terryberry .. 

106 aBilrford Burford A. Manning Wm. Reed 

107 aSt. Paul's Lambeth R. M. Malpass A. L. McConnell .. 

108 Blenheim. Princeton B. Duncan Harry Wight 

109 aAlbion Harrowsmith E. R. Asselstine G. M. Spafford 

110 aCentrai Prescott L. O. Walker A. P. Gaudin 

113 aWilson Waterford D. L. Ramey L. D. Simington ... 

114 aHope Port Hope J. R. Moore A. B. Fiimie 

115 aivy Beamsville H. W. Muir H. C. Clark 

116 aCassia .... Thedford Frank Turner L. S. Mosure 

118 Union Schomberg W. R. Hodgson Fredk. Alton 

119 aMaple Leaif Bath ^ F Aylsworth H. Weese.. ...... 

120 Warren Fmgal Chas. Nichols Douglas Orchard .. 

121 aDoric Brantford G. M. Angus E. E. Mclntyre 

122 Renfrew Renfrew H. Blass S. S. Roberts 

123 aBelleville Belleville H. C. Burley R. M. Gunsolus ... 

125 aComwall Cornwall M. W. Antolne E. G. Myers 

126aGolden Rule Campbellford Douglas Sharp R. E. King 

127 aFranck Frankford Jack Rushnell Preston Chase 

128 Pembroke Pembroke Elson Wilson M. H. Doering 

129 aRising Sun Aurora J. Patterson Alfred Child 

131 aSt. Lawrence Southampton Walter Hogg John Steele 

133 aLebanon Forest Exeter D. Gaiser K. H. Hodgins 

135 aSt Clair Milton E. G. Stover K. Watson 

136 aRichardson Stouffville Edward D. Lyons R. Blair Mitchell . 

137iaPythagoras Meaford Wm. G. Cramp N. R. Morrison .... 

139|aLebanon Oshawa John N. Smyth Wm. F. Doorman 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 
AT DECEMBER 31st, 1973 

Lodges marked (a) bold their Installation of Officers on or near the Festival of 
The names of the W.M. and Secretary are corrected up to Jnly 31st, 1974. 



147 



Night of Meeting 



2nd Tuesday 7 

3rd Monday — 

2nd Tuesday — 

1st Monday 2 

2nd Monday 3 

2nd Tuesday 6 

2nd Wednesday 4 

2nd Monday 3 

2nd Tuesday 2 

2nd Tuesday 3 

3rd Monday 3 

1st Tuesday 5 

Thurs. on or before F.M. — 

3rd Tuesday 4 

2nd Wednesday 4 

2nd Wednesday 2 

2nd Tuesday 11 

3rd Friday 1 

2nd Friday 9 

1st Wednesday 2 

2nd Tuesday 3 

1st Thursday 12 

2nd Tuesday 3 

1st Friday 3 

2nd Thursday 8 

2nd Monday 5 

3rd Friday 9 

Last Thursday 1 

3rd Monday 3 

2nd Tuesday 3 

3rd Wednesday 10 

2nd Wednesday 4 

2nd Friday — 

Fri. on or before F.M. 1 

1st Tuesday 2 

2nd Wednesday 3 

3rd Tuesday 4 

1st Tuesday 4 

2nd Monday 2 

2nd Monday 3 

2nd Monday 2 

1st Tuesday 7 

3rd Friday 7 

1st Monday 1 

1st Thursday 5 

1st Wednesday 2 

2nd Monday 7 

3rd Monday 4 

1st Thursday 6 

1st Thursday 3 

2nd Tuesday 5 

2nd Monday 6 

1st Thursday 3 

4th Wednesday 2 

1st Tuesday 1 

1391 2nd Tuesday 3 



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148 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

RETURNS OF LODGES AS 

For Secretary's Address see P.O. Addresses of Secretaries, page 168-179. 
St. John the Evangelist, all others on or near that of St. John the Baptist. 

g o Lodge Where Held W. Master Secretary 

• •o 

140|aMalahide Aylmer Douglas A. Smith Jas. B. Wright 

aTudor Mitchell Raymond Gloor Charles Friend 

aExcelsior Morrisburg L. Cruickshank R. E. Patterson 

Friendly Brothers' Iroquois E. J. Styles A. Brown 

aTecumseh Stratford N. E. MacDonald J. R. Johnston 

aJ. B. Hall Millbrook Morris R. Lord Mervyn E. Gray 

aPrince of Wales Newburgh Wm. Butler B. Ballance 

Mississippi Almonte L. R. Phillips S. H. Morton 

aCivil Service Ottawa C. R. Thomson E. S. Hornby 

aErie Port Dover Paul Lewis Brian Varey 

aGrand River Kitchener V. B. Whitehead F. L. Barrett 

aBurns' Wyoming Bruce Roane L. Slack 

alrving Lucan L. G. Hotson C. B. Culbert 

aPeterborough Peterborough c. A. Palmer A. J. Cummings 

aYork Toronto C. B. Getson W. S. Collins 

aSinipson Newboro C. W. C. Baker W. L. Blackman 

aAlexandra Oil Springs Glen Stevens Ross Ferguson > 

Goodwood Richmond E. Cassidy Earl Milne 

Percy Warkworth F. Ferguson E. Ewing 

Forest Wroxeter r. n. Fairies Jas. F. Inglis 

. „ . aStar-in-the-East Wellmgton Wm. Gassira G. Lloyd 

165iaBurlington Burlmgton Wm. J. Eichenberg Frank G. Wickens 

166laWentworth Stoney Creek s. P. Parker W. A. McNeU 

168laMerritt Welland Ed. Haley P. H. Woram 

169 aMacnab Port Colborne D. J. Shibley C. M. McNeil 

nOaBritannia Seaforth J. N. Eisler G. A. Wright 

nilaPrince of Wales lona Station Wm. Foster W. G. Agar 

aAyr Ayr D. Attridge B. L. Myers 

aWalsingham Port Rowan Thos. A. Cline G. Johnson 

The Builders Ottawa T. E. Yeomans H. N. Georganas 

Plattsville Plattsville C. Hewitt R. Currah 

laSpeed Guelph G. DeKruyf J. A. Cherry 

aOriental Port Burwell R. T. Bradfield G. Clarke 

aOId Light Lucknow M. Johnston T. J. Salkeld 

aEnniskillen York C. M. Collins J. A. Senn 

Plantagenet Riceville L. J. Ryan B. Fawcett 

i9oiaBelmont Behnont D. J. Wilson Andrew Willsie 

192 aOrillia Orillia L. D. Groome J. A. T. Behan 

laScotland Scotland Clyde Bowman Keith Poss 

aPetrolia Petrolia Ronald Zinuner Roy Cox 

aTuscan London R. J. Tonkin L. T. A. Langford 

Madawaska Arnprior Walter Reed H. E. Brittle 

aSaugeen Walkerton C. H. LiddeU J. H. Threndyle 

St. Alban's Mount Forest Fred Imholze H. J. Corley 

aLeeds Gananoque Ewart Richardson Fred Lindsay 

Irvine Elora W. H. BeU W. R. Ewen 

aNew Dominion New Hamburg S. A. Cook G. W. WUker 

Lancaster Lancaster W. G. Condie W. R. Steele 

Evergreen Lanark Leonard Echlin J. M. Mcllquham 

269A|aSt. John's London R. E. Monck C. G. Phipps 

2151 Lake Ameliasburg George Soble Gerald Redner 

216 aHarris Orangeville J. E. Robertson C. D. Van Norman .... 

217 aFrederick Delhi C J. Swain G. W. Franklin 

218|aStevenson Toronto A. R. Gebauer J. H. Cook 

219|aCredit Georgetown F. E. Johnson R. S. McMaster 

2201aZeredatha Uxbridge Maustyn McKnight M. D. Feasby 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 
AT DECEMBER 31st, 1973 

Lodges marked (a) hold their Installation of Officers on or near the Festival ot 
The names of the W.M. and Secretary are corrected up to July 31st, 1974. 



149 



° 60 Night of Meeting .2 

140 3rd Wednesday 3 

141 2nd Tuesday 4 

142 1st Wednesday 

143 2nd Wednesday 

144 4th Wednesday 2 

145 2nd Tuesday 2 

146 1st Wednesday 4 

147 3rd Thursday 4 

148 2nd Tuesday 7 

149 2nd Monday 7 

151 2nd Tuesday 9 

153 2nd Thursday 2 

154 2nd Thursday 2 

155 1st Friday 5 

156 3rd Friday 3 

157 1st Tuesday — 

158 2nd Thursday 1 

159 1st Tuesday 2 

161 1st Wednesday — 

162 2nd Monday 1 

164 1st Tuesday 2 

165 1st Wednesday 6 

166 3rd Tuesday 9 

168 2nd Monday 1 

169 2nd Tuesday 4 

170 1st Monday 3 

171 2nd Thursday 1 

172 2nd Monday 1 

174 3rd Thursday _ 

177 2nd Friday 4 

178 Fri. on or before P.M. 5 

180 1st Tuesday 5 

181 2nd Tuesday _ 

184 1st Thursday 1 

185 1st Monday 2 

186 2nd Monday — 

190 4th Thursday — 

192 1st Thursday 11 

193 2nd Monday 2 

194 2nd Wednesday 3 

195 1st Monday 2 

196 2nd Monday 4 

197 2nd Tuesday — 

200 1st Wednesday 5 

201 2nd Tuesday 2 

203 3rd Friday 1 

205 2nd Monday 3 

207 Tuesday O.B.F.M 1 

209| 2nd Thursday 1 

209a| 1st Friday.. 



215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 



1st Monday 2 

2nd Tuesday 7 

3rd Monday 1 

2nd Monday 1 

2nd Wednesday 9 

3rd Monday 1 



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91 


88 


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336 


323 


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174 


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7 


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233 


226 


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196 


195 


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309 


308 


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123 


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96 


95 


6 


13 


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415 


398 


2 


6 


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289 


281 


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99 


100 


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91 


91 


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3 


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110 


107 


2 


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140 


134 


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107 


105 


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132 


131 


6 


10 


11 


417 


398 


6 


7 


5 


423 


416 


1 


4 


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187 


183 


2 


6 


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276 


272 


— 


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160 


160 


— 


3 


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68 


66 


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57 


58 


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124 


125 


2 


3 


2 


278 


278 


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2 


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77 


79 


3 


6 


4 


413 


407 


— 


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83 


82 


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163 


158 


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81 


82 











51 


51 





3 





115 


112 





7 





382 


387 


3 


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153 


150 





6 


8 


108 


97 


3 


8 


4 


207 


175 


2 


2 


2 


188 


187 


3 


2 





146 


141 





3 





124 


128 


1 


5 





200 


196 





5 





90 


86 





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59 


61 


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7 


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95 


87 


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83 


81 


4 


11 


10 


486 


462 


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119 


119 




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227 


215 


2 


6 


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131 


124 


6 


5 


4 


195 


183 





3 





222 


234 


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4 


2 


163 


158 



150 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

RETURNS OF LODGES AS 

For Secretary's Address see P.O. Addresses of Secretaries, page 168-179. 
St. John the Evangelist, aO others on or near that of St. John the Baptist. 



^a 



Lodge Where Held W. Master Secretary 



221|aMountain Thorold R. W. McGilvray W. S. Coolin 

2221aMarmora Marmora Bordon Bell R. E. Neal 

223iaNorwood Norwood J. A. Clements Chas MacMillan 

2241 Huron Hensall Douglas Cooper C. D. Hay 

225^aBernard Listowel Bruce Steenson Bert Hastings 

228 aPrince Arthur Odessa W. A. K. Currie G. E. Snowden 

229 alonic Brampton P. R. Engel Gordon Lowe 

2301 Kerr Barrie S. S. Cameron W. J. Linton 

2311 Lodge of Fidelity Ottawa G. W. Harrison O. E. Andrew 

232]aCameron Dutton G. J. Welch C. J. Beill 

233 Doric Parkhill Basil Eberlv C. J. Fox 

234 Beaver Fhombury c. W. Rutherford W. R. Mackey 

235 aAldworth ?aisley Dalton Moffatt L. B. Evans 

236|aManitoba ^ookstown A. H. Altman J. P. Arnold 

2371 Vienna Vienna Carl Manary Jack Petrie 

238| Havelock Watford Richard Day, Jr G. C. Searson 

2391 Tweed Tweed J. J. Paquette Everett Geen 

242|aMacoy Mallorytown Lawrence Mallory, Jr. .. G. E. Grothier 

243 aSt. George St. George Kenneth Goodbrand Gordon Steedman 

245'aTecumseh Thamesville H. L. Campbell H. A. Cameron 

247;aAshlar Toronto G. R. Wallace L. G. Morgan 

249;aCaIedonian MidJand A. V. Bennett K. E. Morrison 

250'aThistle Embro John MacLeod Symons Muir 

2531aMinden Kingston M. F. Neumann W. V. Holland 

254'aClifton Niagara Falls J. R. Graham H. G. Langfield 

255'aSvdenham Dresden H. M. Dunlop H. L. Martin 

256'aFarran-Ault Ingleside D. G. Dell G. F. Dafoe , 

257 aGalt Cambridge R. E. Wetham G. J. Johnson 

258 aGuelph Guelph J. S. Murley N. E. Taylor 

2591 Springfield Springfield C. M. Jardine R. M. Smith 

260|aWashington Petrolia R H. Tomlinson John Davidson 

261!aOak Branch Innerkip W. A. Chesney L. Seegmiller, Act'g.. 

262laHarriston Harriston S. M. Lawless H. M. Stevens 

263 aFo rest Forest Robert Cassidy G. H. Holmes 

264 Chaudiere Ottawa W. H. Van Sickle Edwin Bimie 

265|aPatterson Thomhill Wm. Goodwin W. R. Keiller 

266!aNorthem Light Stayner Walter Clemence G. H. Evans 

2671 Parthenon Chatham D. E. Evans J. E. Brown 

268 aVeruIam Bobcaygeon Wayne Kimble J. F. Mclsaac 

269|aBrougham Union Claremont James Connell Lloyd Pugh 

270iaCedar Oshawa W. M. Broadbent John Brack 

271|aWellington Erin J. A. Colquhoun Stewart Scott 

272taSeymour Ancaster Walter Munn T. E. Burton 

274!aKent Blenheim J. P. Shewburg P. B. Shillington 

276iaTeeswater Teeswater J. G. Blackwell W. A. McKenzie 

277 aSeymour St. Catharines J. H. Smyth B. E. Schaab 

279laNew Hope Cambridge G. W. F. Bloomfield D. E. Meadows 

282IaLorne Glencoe Lome Thomicroft G. H. McCutcheon ., 

283'aEureka Belleville R. M. Chaplin Wm. Oliver 

2841 St. John's Brussels Wilfred Shortreed A. E. Martin 

285 Seven Star AlUston S. M. Miskey ,L. J. Wood 

286laWingham Wingham J. T. Goodall K. A. McLaughlin ... 

287!aShuniah Thunder Bay H. T. Walsh James Symington 

289|aDoric Lobo David Watkins F. H. Waugh 

290|aLeamington Leamington R. E. Reid R. E. Stephens 

291|aDufferin West Flamboro M. J. Gregory H. C. Lord 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 
AT DECEMBER 31st, 1973 



151 



Lodges marked (a) hold their Installation of Officers on or near the Festival of 
The names of the W.M. and Secretary are corrected up to July 31st, 1974. 



Night of Meeting .2 g .a .g 



Z J 



1 — 

— 2 
1 — 
1 — 
1 — 

— 1 



2 — 

3 — 

2 — 
1 — 
1 — 

2 

3 — 



3rd Thursday 6 2 2 — — 1 

3rd Monday 3 2 2 11 

2nd Monday 1 1 — — — 1 

4th Monday — — — — — 

3rd Tuesday 2 2 2 

3rd Monday 2 2 1 

2nd Tuesday 9 7 5 

3rd Thursday 5 5 3 

3rd Tuesday 8 6 7 

1st Wednesday Ill 

2nd Tuesday 1 — — 

3rd Tuesday 2 3 3 

2nd Thursday 2 2 3 

2nd Tuesday 1 1 1 

3rd Friday 1 1 1 

3rd Tuesday 1 1 1 — — 

2nd Friday 2 — — — — 

4th Monday 1 1 1 — — 

1st Tuesday 2 2 3 — — 

2nd Monday 3 4 4 3 — 

4th Tuesday 3 3 2 — — 

1st Monday 6 5 5 2 — 

4th Thursday 5 5 3 1 — 

1st Tuesday 9 6 6 13 

1st Wednesday 2 3 2 11 

2nd Tuesday 2 2 2 1 — 

2nd Wednesday Ill 

1st Tuesday 2 2 4 

2nd Tuesday 2 13 

2nd Monday Ill 

1st Wednesday 6 4 2 

2nd Thursday — — — 

2nd Tuesday 2 4 3 

2nd Wednesday 6 5 4 

4th Tuesday 2 2 1 

3rd Thursday 5 5 2 

1st Tuesday 3 2 3 

1st Wednesday 4 5 4 

3rd Friday 5 2 1 

1st Wednesday 2 3 2 

4th Tuesday 14 12 10 

1st Thursday 3 4 3 

2nd Tuesday 12 14 16 

2nd Monday 10 5 5 — — 

3rd Thursday — — 3 — — 

2nd Wednesday 6 8 6 — 21 

3rd Monday 4 2 3 — — — 

2nd Tuesday 1 1 1 2 — — 

2nd Wednesday 7 7 6 2 12 

2nd Tuesday — — — — — — 

2nd Monday 5 3 3 5 3 6 

1st Tuesday 3 8 6 — — 1 

1st Tuesday 116 2 3—3 

3rd Wednesday 2 1 2 — — — 

3rd Tuesday 4 3 2 2 1 1 

3rd Thursday 5 6 6 — — — 



2 — — 
1 2 2 

3 — 1 

1 — 3 

2 — — 

— 1 — 



5 
1 
3 
1 

5 

3 
11 
8 
2 
3 
4 
4 
4 
2 
5 
1 
3 
4 
2 
6 
5 
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14 

11 

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10 

5 

3 

3 

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9 

3 
2 

10 
5 
6 
6 
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5 
2 
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11 
2 
5 
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7 
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26 



249 
130 

81 

85 
214 
128 
314 
357 
284 
118 
149 
131 
102 
126 

95 

90 
126 

94 
167 
121 
146 
298 
118 
328 
264 
147 

85 
291 
225 
105 
140 

95 
159 
128 
267 
240 
183 
317 
128 
109 
404 
143 
316 
231 

65 
244 
116 
129 
489 

73 
266 
176 
370 
130 
284 
132 



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246 
133 

78 

83 
212 
132 
320 
350 
280 
116 
148 
130 
100 
124 

94 

84 
126 

92 
165 
123 
140 
296 
121 
315 
255 
145 

85 
283 
216 
101 
144 

95 
159 
128 
255 
230 
178 
311 
132 
109 
407 
142 
318 
234 
64 
240 
116 
130 
481 
71 
242 
174 
368 
129 
280 
135 



152 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

RETURNS OF LODGES AS 

For Secretary's Address see P.O. Addresses of Secretaries, page 168-179. 
St. John the Evangelist, all others on or near that of St John the Baptist. 

*S o Lodge Where Held W. Master Secretary 



292|aRobertson King City Wilfred Foumier Charles Henshaw 

294aMoore Courtright A. W. Cutbush A. S. McClemens 

295 aConestogo Drayton R. L. Fletcher F. B. Johnson 

296'aTemple St. Catharines A. E. Kennedy James Thome 

297 aPreston Cambridge D. C. Johnson R. R. Shantz 

Victoria Centreville Bruce Teskey Allan Burgess 

aMount Olivet Thorndale Angus Jaynes Lloyd Elliott 

St. David's St. Thomas E. L. Ferguson R. W. Wells 

aBlyth Blyth Robert Marshall Harvey SUlib 



299 
300 
302 
303 



304 



aMinerva Stroud Roy Bridge D. N. Campbell 



305 aHumber Weston W. E. Dietrich C. O. Sedore 

306 Durham Durham Norman Robinson H. E. McNaughton 

307 aArkona „. Arkona Homer Hall F. E. Muma 

309 aMoming Star Carlow Gordon Fowler Thornton Eedy 

311 aBlackwood Woodbridge Stewart Rowmree G. L. McGillivray .. 

312aPnyx Wallaceburg David Matthews John Burnett 

313 aClementi Lakefield S. E. Lonsberry F. A. Payne 

314 aBlair Palmerston N. H. Langdon W. T. Brown 

315 Clifford Clifford Alex van Hoom John Ferguson , 

316aDoric Toronto S. C. Griffiths A. J. Collins 

318 aWihnot Baden R. S. Sparrow John Baird 

319aHiram Hagersville R. W. Shoup Oliver Sayer 

3201 Chesterville Chesterville S. A. Mattice H. F. Shaver 

3211aWalker Acton Roy Knapton H. L. Ritchie 

322!aNorth Star Owen Sound W. A. Strutt E. L. Vanstone 

323 aAlvinston Alvinston S. J. Mitchell Cecil Campbell 

324aTemple Hamilton N. S. Webb A. H. Mellanby 

325 aOrono Orono Klaas Schoenmaker W. C. Evans 

326aZetland Toronto K. W. Heans H. C. Jackson 

327 aHammond Wardsville Wellington Newport David Laszewski 

328 Ionic Napier Robert Dymond Evan Detming 

329|aKing Solomon Jarvis Donald Dermis W. L. Keen 

330 aCorinthian London J. K. Watson R. V. West 



331 Fordwich Fordwich Lloyd Nickel Melville Allan 

332 Stratford Stratford P. D. Armstrong W. R. Loucks 

333 Prince Arthur Flesherton Ross Smith H. M. Johnson 

334 aPrince Arthur Arthur Garnet Wilson Lloyd Flewelling .. 

336 aHighgate Highgate Alex Kerr Allan Dickson 

337aMyrtle Port Robinson Jack WhitweU L. C. EUer 

338 Dufferin Wellandport Grant Ellis Neil Jones 

339 aOrient Toronto H. B. Harper A. M. Watt 

341 Bruce Tiverton R. G. White Harvey Sparks 

343 aGeorgina Toronto P. J. Waltier P. W. Davies 

344aMerriU Dorchester D. A. Chambers H. W. Parkes 

3451aNilestown Nilestown F. S. Lilhman F. S. WhitehaU .... 

346|aOccident Toronto ^- ^- Brooks-Dowsett ... G. G. Bonney 

347|aMercer Fergus W. L. Hurlbut J. L. Carter 

348 aOeorgian Midland E. B. Tupling C. S. Wice 

352)aGranite Parry Sound S. L. Tonkin K. E. Brown 

3541 Brock Caimington Eugene Matwijecky W. J. Beard 

356!aRiver Park Streetsville G. H. Heuft G. R. Bruce 

357|aWaterdown Millgrove M. R. Sheppard Hugh Guild 

358iaDelaware Valley Delaware R. R. McTaggart M. C. Kilboume . 

J59[aVittoria Vittoria James TOler Omar Thompson . 

360|aMuskoka Bracebridge B. G. Roberts T. H. W. Sahnon 

3611aWaverley „ Guelph R. G. Piatt R. G. Stephens .... 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 
AT DECEMBER 31st, 1973 



153 



Lodges marked (a) bold their Installation of Officers on or near the Festival of 
The names of the W.M. and Secretary are corrected op to July 31st, 1974. 



Night of Meeting .5 w -S 5 2 



I I 






1 — 



1 — 

5 — 



3rd Monday 5 3 4 1 — 1 

2nd Thursday 1 3 2 2 — — 

3rd Tuesday 2 2 2 — — 2 

3rd Wednesday 8 7 8 — — 3 

3rd Thursday 5 6 3 3 — — 

1st Thursday 4 3 4 — — — 

3rd Thursday — — 1 1 — 2 

3rd Thursday 15 16 15 3 1 2 

3rd Monday — — — — — — 

3rd Tuesday 5 5 4 4—1 

3rd Thursday 6 6 6 — — 5 

2nd Tuesday 1 2 3 1 — — 

1st Thursday 5 7 4 — — — 

2nd Wednesday — 1 1 1 — — 

1st Tuesday 2 3 4 3 — 1 

3rd Monday 1 1 1 — — — 

1st Tuesday 7 10 4 2 

4th Thursday 3 112 

3rd Monday 1 

3rd Thursday 2 

2nd Thursday 4 

2nd Thursday 2 

2nd Monday 1 

2nd Monday 2 

1st Wednesday 1 

4th Monday — — — — — — 

2nd Tuesday 2 2 2 — 1 — 

2nd Thursday 3 3 — 1 — 3 

3rd Monday 4 2 1 — — 2 

3rd Monday 1 2 2 — — — 

3rd Wednesday 2 2 2 — — — 

3rd Tuesday 3 6 5 1—3 

1st Tuesday 4 2 1 1 — — 

2nd Thursday 1 1 1 — — — 

2nd Monday 8 5 5 3 12 

2nd Friday 1 2 2 1 — — 

3rd Monday 1112—1 

2nd Friday 1 — 1 — — 1 

4th Tuesday 2 1 1 1 — — 

3rd Tuesday 3 3 4 — — 3 

4th Wednesday 6 7 4 — 15 

4th Tuesday 6 6 6 1 — 1 

4th Friday 5 4 5 2—6 

1st Thursday 3 1 — 2 — — 

3rd Tuesday 4 3 3 3 2 1 

1st Tuesday 3 2 3 1—4 

2nd Tuesday 13 3 1—3 

1st Thursday — 2 2 3 — 2 

3rd Wednesday 6 1 5 — — 1 

2nd Wednesday 1112—2 

1st Tuesday 4 4 5 1 — 5 

3rd Tuesday 6 4 6 1 — 2 

2nd Thursday 3 2 2 — — — 

2nd Friday 3 1 — 2 — — 

1st Tuesday 7 8 9 4—2 

2nd Monday 4 4 4 4—4 



2 4 

3 1 
1 — 
7 — 

10 — 

1 — 

2 — 
9 — 

2 1 

3 1 
2 — 
6 1 
2 — 

— 1 2 — 

— — 6 — 



14 2 

2 — 

2 — 

3 — 

4 — 
4 4 

1 — 
7 — 

2 — 
2 5 
2 8 
9 3 
2 — 
4 — 

1 1 

2 — 
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137 
118 

92 
256 
207 

69 
137 
494 

75 
200 
251 
156 

71 

93 
174 
155 
153 
177 

60 
204 

59 
171 
103 
175 
223 

90 
253 
128 
212 

70 

58 
103 
246 

62 
338 
146 
101 

94 

93 

83 
252 

81 
306 
122 
258 
334 
187 

70 
244 

94 
174 
312 
141 

93 
211 
281 



136 
117 

91 
254 
205 

72 
133 
502 

72 
204 
250 
151 

74 

93 
176 
150 
161 
181 

61 
204 

62 
171 

89 
170 
200 

87 
247 
123 
205 

70 

60 
102 
240 

63 
328 
146 
101 

91 

95 

79 
246 

86 
300 
125 
259 
324 
174 

69 
245 

92 
172 
310 
143 

95 
212 
274 



154 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

RETURNS OF LODGES AS 

For Secretary's Address see P.O. Addresses of Secretaries, page 168-179. 
St. John the Evangelist, all others on or near that of St. John the Baptist. 



aMaple Leaf Tara Jack Whyte Gerald Harrow 

aDufferin Melbourne G. D. Smithrim Ronald McDonald 

aSt. George Toronto R. S. Fergusson W. F. Damp 

aSalem Brockville R. E. Claxton S. T. Orr 

aMimico Etobicoke W. B. Patterson P. A. Jordan 

Harmony Delta Leo Wykes Ron Morris 

Prince of Wales Ottawa W. B. Bolton A. L, Danks 

aPalmer Fort Erie E. F. Bright R. E. Gardiner 

aCope-Stone Welland R. R. Wikston R. J. Thomas 

aKeene Keene A. E. Mather D. R. Comrie 

aLome Victoria R. F. Fee J. H. Sisson 

Unity Huntsville W. D. Ham R. M. Austin 

Lome Shelburne Glenn Bell J. A. Mawdsley 

aKing Solomon's London D. W. Hamilton J. F. Higgins 

aMiddlesex Bryanston D. W. Tripp W. K. McGuffin ... 

aUnion London G. E. Hobbs H. L. Peers 

382laDoric Hamilton G. A. MacKinnon W. J. Macintosh ... 

3831 Henderson Winchester R. E. Gibson N. M. Porteous 

384!aA!pha Toronto Alex Williamson G. H. Thompson ... 

385iaSprv Beeton Laurence Brandbridge ...A. C. Bulman 

386|aMcColl West Lome Douglas Staddon .T. F. Ripley 

387|aLansdowne Lansdowne Anthony Nash Leslie Smith 

388laHenderson Ilderton W. A. Rushton J. S. McNair 

389!aCr\stal Fountain North Augusta Leslie Merrifield Donald Stewart 

390JaFlorence Florence Lloyd Bilton Calvin Lampman .. 

391[aHoward Ridgetown A. W. Overfield Joseph Raine 

392|aHuron Camlachie N. E. Anderson D. R. Handy 

393(aForest Chesley R.L.Oswald C. F. Rae 

394laKing Solomon Thamcsford A. E. Matheson T. R. Nancekivell . 

39.s|aParvaim Comber Earl Waites R. D. Wight 

396iaCedar Wiarton H. M. Boswell I. L. Inglis 

397|aLeopold Brigden Ross Wilson R. S. McKellar 

3981 Victoria Kirkfield A. R. MacQuarrie G. V. Grant 

399|aMoffat Harrietsville W. R. Pigram L. G. Corless 

400'aOakville Oakville Raymond Richardson . G. G. Moquin 

401IaCraig Deseronto T. J. McAlister Eric Gustafson 

402|aCentral Essex M. A. Fletcher T. E. Weaver 

403iaWindsor Windsor George MacKinnon Alex Shaw 

404|aLome Tamworth D. S. Miller G. A. Hannah 



4051 Mattawa Mattawa Wm. MacBrien Herman Maxwell 

406|aThe Spry Fenelon Falls J. A. Palmer A. T. Smitheram . 

4081 Murray Beaverton D. G. Bell J. H. Millar 

409iaGolden Rule Gravenhurst W. K. Alton R. L. Duncan 

410laZeta Toronto Alan Hogg E. F. Watson 

4111 Rodney Rodney Kenneth Okolisan James Lyttle 

412|aKeystone Sault Ste. Marie Harry Evans L. G. Shier 

413|aNaphtali Tilbury J. R. Barr Lome Beacom 

4141 Pequonga Kenora H. M. Meadows D. S. McCunn 

415|aFort William Thunder Bay Reginald Urban Gus Barclay 

4161 Lyn Lyn J. H. Taggart Robert Stick 

417|aKeewatin Keewatin A. V. Gustafson S. E. Arbuckle .... 

418iaMaxville Maxville I. A. McRae J. H. Crawford .... 

419aLiberty Saraia W. B. DLxon G. W. Gough 

420| Nipissing North Bay Tom Bennett Ron McNutt 

421|aScott Grand Valley Gordon Winters Wilfred West 

4221 Star of the East Bothwell Arthur Cutler Charies Forrest ... 



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155 



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The names of the W.M. and Secretary are corrected up to Joly 31st, 1974. 



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3rd Tuesday — — — 1 

1st Friday 4 2 3 2 

2nd Monday 6 5 3 — 

2nd Tuesday 12 11 

2nd Wednesday — — — — 

4th Friday 2 2 3 1 

1st Tuesday 3 7 6 1 

1st Thursday 2 2 2 1 

3rd Thursday 4 2 1 — 

2nd Wednesday 4 5 5 _ 

2nd Wednesday 7 4 3 1 

1st Friday 1 2 3 1 

2nd Thursday 2 2 1 — 

4th Tuesday 2 2 2 — 

2nd Monday 6 7 6 — 

2nd Monday 4 3 2 — 

2nd Thursday 112 2 

1st Thursday 6 4 4 1 

3rd Monday Ill — 

2nd Monday — — — 1 

1st Wednesday 4 4 2 — 

3rd Monday 113 — 

1st Wednesday 2 2 2 — 

1st Friday 2 — — — 

1st Monday 3 111 

3rd Monday 3 2 2 1 

4th Thursday 1 — — — 

2nd Wednesday 2 2 2 — 

3rd Friday 2 2 2 1 

1st Tuesday 8 8 7 1 

2nd Wednesday 2 4 4 2 

1st Wednesday — 111 

1st Wednesday 1 — — — 

1st Tuesday 7 7 6 4 

1st Tuesday 6 4 6 1 

1st Wednesday 4 3 11 

1st Friday 6 4 4 — 

3rd Friday 1 1 1 — 

1st Tuesday 12 3 — 

4th Wednesday 6 5 5 2 

1st Tuesday Ill — 

2nd Monday 3 2 2 4 

4th Friday 4 3 3 — 

2nd Wednesday — — — 3 

1st Tuesday 7 9 10 1 

2nd Tuesday 3 2 1 — 

1st Wednesday 1115 

2nd Wednesday 11 8 8 3 

1st Tuesday 2 14 — 

1st Friday 4 5 2 2 — 

2nd Friday — — 3 

2nd Monday 8 8 8 

2nd Monday 8 7 5 

1st Monday 7 4 5 

Last Wednesday — 2 2 



— 1 1 — 

— —11 

2 2 5 3 

1 2 11 — 

— 462 

— 391 

— 35 — 

— 1 2 — 

— 1 — 1 

— 1 4 — 

— 1 3 — 

— 331 

2 5 5 2 

— 2 14 — 

— 352 

— 12 1 
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— 13 1 

— 13 2 

— 1 i — 

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— —52 

— 12 1 

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— 15 2 

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— 263 

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65 

309 

376 

260 

79 

297 

262 

231 

85 

134 

205 

116 

319 

104 

438 

365 

123 

246 

94 

100 

78 

121 

80 

89 

185 

89 

77 

121 

67 

203 

153 

99 

75 

332 

129 

229 

427 

79 

98 

157 

139 

177 

248 

89 

359 

85 

215 

343 

92 

80 

88 

520 

340 

127 

103 



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64 

307 

370 

250 

77 

287 

258 

231 

87 

133 

209 

111 

311 

104 

42« 

358 

122 

231 

90 

95 

79 

119 

80 

90 

184 

85 

77 

119 

67 

206 

153 

94 

72 

335 

135 

227 

421 

78 

89 

157 

135 

177 

241 

80 

353 

85 

214 

341 

93 

82 

87 

507 

340 

131 

101 



156 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

RETURNS OF LODGES AS 

For Secretary's Address see P.O. Addresses of Secretaries, page 168-179. 
St. John the Evangelist, all others on or near that of St. John the Baptist. 



<H o Lodge Where Held W. Master Secretary 

i2 

4231 Strong Sundridge C. W. Johnson G. H. Tough 

424 aDoric Pickering J. W. Gillies H. S. Anderson , 

425|aSt. Clair Sombra P. R. Naylar W. N. Ross 

426.aStanley Toronto R. A. Hardwick R. L. McTavish 

427 " 

428 

429 

430 

431 



aNickel Sudbury W. E. McVittie A. A. Roseborough 

aPidelity Port Perry A. R. Taylor Hans Kraupa 

aPort Elgin Port Elgin G. B. Ferguson W. H. Gorrell 

aAcacia Toronto George Coutts Alex Hill 

Moravian Cargill Leslie Young Donald Garland 

432| Hanover Hanover L. D. Davis C. H. Metcalfe 

4331 Bonnechere Eganville H. G. Koch E. J. Gillingham 

434 Algonquin Emsdale Wayne Schamehom Robert Soper 

435 aHavelock Havelock A. P. Gray G. A. Smith 

436 Bums Hepworth L. J. McCulloch W. J. Spencer 

437 aTuscan Samia Gordon Titus Lloyd Harrow 

438 aHarmony Thomhill George Ormesher R. J. Jackson 

439 Alexandria Alexandria Al Malcomson H. A. Stimson 

440 Arcadia Minden H. Alton A. S. Currie 

441 aWestport Westport Douglas McNee Charles Woods 

442 Dyment Thessalon F. E. Cooke F. W. EUiott 

443 Powassan Powassan N. E. Cowan R. E. Frederick 

4441aNitetis Creemore T. W. Montgomery J. E. Priddle 

445|aLake of the Woods Kenora R. G. Queen R. C. Quinton 

4461 Granite Fort Frances Steve Melnychuk Geo. Mitchell 

447|aSturgeon Falls Sturgeon Falls James Hardy E. S. D'Arcy 

448|aXenophon Wheatley Ray Getty Murray Whaley 

449 ~ ■ "' ~ . - _ - .. 

450 
451 
452 
453 
454 
455 
456 
457 
458 
459 
460 
461 
462 
463 
464 
465 
466 
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469 
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471 
472 
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474 
475 
476 
477 
478 



Dundalk Dundalk John Armour Emerson Ludlow 

Hawkesbury Hawkesbury p. M. Whetstone W. T. R. Hay 

Somerville Kinmount Bruce Dettman Boyd Austin 

aAvonmore Avonmore G. A. McRae Leonard Ferguson 

Royal Thunder Bay F. C. Krautstrunk A. E. Knox 

Corona Burks Falls Douglas Sedore R. E. King 

Doric Little Current c. H. Gibson L. H. Peck 

aEhna Monkton K. R. Flynn Cyril Prescott 

aCentury Merlin Dan Schaus Reg. Reynolds 

Wales Long Sault Thomas Tulloch W. D. McNaughton ... 

Cobden Cobden Ronald Peever Donald McLaren 

aRideau Seeleys Bay J. G. Neddow H. H. Eaton 

alonic Rainy River W. S. Hagarty D. H. Budreau 

Temiskaming New Liskeard W. A. H. Washburn G. W. Lawrence 

North Entrance HaUburton Wm. GUddon Walter Webb 

King Edward Sunderland Paul Pearsell F. H. Mclnnis 

Carleton Carp R. E. Rowland Dalton Carry 

aCoronation Ehnvale Arthur Settle Ewart Thurlow 

Tottenham Tottenham N. G. Murton Clifford Abrams 

aPeel Caledon East W. E. Jefferson Carl Chambers 

aAlgoma Sault Ste. Marie G. Pedersen D. Willock 

aVictoria Victoria Harbour . D. C. Wright J. A. Tumber, Sr 

aKing Edward VII Chippawa Henry Thurlow E. G. McKenzie 

aGore Bay Gore Bay Ransford Galbraith H. I. Walker 

aThe Beaches Scarborough Wm. Park J. C. Park 

aVictoria Toronto G. A. Cooper C. V. Fleury 

aDundum Hamilton Robert Brough J. J. McNichol 

Corinthian North Gower Charles Hamilton D. K. McLeod 

aHarding Woodville Hebnut Wackemagel Hugh Imrie 

aMilverton Milverton Murray Cockwell J. A. Dewar 



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AT DECEMBER 31st, 1973 



157 



Lodges marked (a) hold their Installation of Officers on or near the Festival of 
The names of the W.M. and Secretary are corrected up to July 31st, 1974. 



1^ 



Night of Meeting 



3rd Monday 4 5 7 

3rd Thursday 8 8 5 

3rd Tuesday 4 4 3 

1st Tuesday 6 3 2 

1st Wednesday 9 7 2 

2nd Tuesday 2 3 3 

3rd Thursday 4 4 6 

3rd Monday 4 1 — 

3rd Monday — — — 

Last Monday 3 4 1 

2nd Monday 3 4 4 

3rd Tuesday Ill 

4th Monday 2 5 4 

2nd Tuesday 4 4 1 

3rd Wednesday 5 14 

3rd Wednesday 2 2 2 

2nd Tuesday 2 2 1 

2nd Friday 6 5 6 

1st Thursday Ill 

2nd Thursday 7 5 6 

2nd Thursday 114 

3rd Monday 3 3 1 

2nd Wednesday — — — 

1st Tuesday 4 6 5 

2nd Thursday 4 2 2 

3rd Thursday 4 3 3 

3rd Monday 2 2 2 

3rd Thursday 1 1 — 

1st Thursday 2 2 1 

3rd Monday — — — 

1st Wednesday 6 3 3 

2nd Monday 3 3 3 

2nd Tuesday 3 1 4 

1st Thursday 

3rd Tuesday 

2nd Monday 

2nd Tuesday 1 1 2 

1st Thursday — — — 

1st Thursday 13 4 

3rd Thursday — 5 4 

3rd Wednesday 2 14 

2nd Thursday 3 6 5 

4th Thursday 2 3 2 

3rd Thursday 4 2 3 

1st Monday 12 2 

2nd Friday 3 16 

1st Monday 9 13 10 

3rd Tuesday 2 6 7 

1st Wednesday 4 3 3 

1st Wednesday 3 5 6 

1st Thursday 5 4 3 

3rd Tuesday 3 3 6 

3rd Saturday 2 2 2 

1st Friday 4 3 — 

2nd Monday 2 11 

2nd Monday — — — 



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123 

69 

173 

135 

139 

166 

230 

84 

149 

126 

127 

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73 

262 

86 

124 

65 

99 

86 

129 

106 

110 

138 

153 

136 

97 

130 

72 

174 

428 

100 

163 

132 

151 

259 

344 

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90 

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113 
249 

77 
257 
455 
169 

98 
235 

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101 
107 
123 
150 
100 
345 
124 

72 
126 

70 
178 
127 
140 
161 
225 

81 
150 
125 
120 

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69 
261 

85 
124 

67 

96 

85 
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100 
107 
134 
155 
136 

99 
128 

73 
171 
420 
100 
168 
127 
152 
245 
339 
102 

91 

76 



158 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

RETURNS OF LODGES AS 

For Secretary's Address see P.O. Addresses of Secretaries, page 168-179. 
St. John the Evangelist, all others on or near that of St. John the Baptist. 



IX)dge Where Held W. Master Secretary 



479 Russell Russell George Stanley R. W. Gamble 

480 aWilliamsburg VViUiamsburg Graham Garlough H. L. Casselman .... 

481 aCorinthian Toronto B. D. Cardy F. B. J. Marconi ... 

482 aBancroft Bancroft Floyd Brethour R. W. Blatherwick 

483 aGranton Gramon W. D. Schaefer A. E. Watson 

484 Golden Star Dryden Allan Raslask S. G. Rutter 

4851 Haileybury Haileybury Carl Sweetman O. E. Walli 

486laSilver Cobalt L. J. Barstead M. E. Sadler 

487laPenewobikong Blind River E. P. Aubertin R. Wildman 



488 aKJng Edward Harrow W. F. Mountain F. L. Wood 

489 Osiris Smiths Falls j. w. Stoddard F. Fairfield 

490 Hiram Markdale Hillis Halbert J. C. Coultes 

491 Cardinal Cardinal James Grant Dale Cook 

492 aKamak Coldwater M. W. Lye J. P. Waterson 

494 aRiverdale Toronto Neil Kinney Austin Burstow 

495 aElectric Hamilton B. F. Mills D. M. Ritchie 

496 aUniversity Toronto Balfour Le Gresley C. S. Argyle 

497 aSt. Andrew's Arden j. d. Conner Art Cox 

498 aKing George V Coboconk Gordon Campbell E. B. White 

499 aPort Arthur Thunder Bay D. W. Brown W. F. Poole 

500 aRose Windsor A. E. Margetts, Jr S. Jennings 

501 aConnaught Mimico Alex Lawrence E. M. Dolan 

502 Coronation Smithville N. W. Kinach Roy Swick 

503 alnwood Inwood N. D. Leitch B. A. Russell 

504 Otter Lombardy Lloyd Street Jack Magill 

505 aLynden Lynden Elgin Smith Lloyd Bacon 

506 Porcupine South Porcupine Aage Nissen Frank Woon 

507 aElk Lake Elk Lake j. c. Craig L. M. CoghiU 

508 aOzias Brantford r G. Allan J. M. Buchanan .... 

509 aTwin City Kitchener T L. Peyton H. H. Raddatz 

SlOaParkdale Etobicoke j_ a. Hall Bruce Craine 

51liaConnaught Thunder Bay j p Caldwell P. H. Rogers 

5121aMalone Sutton West q L. Stein J. H. Day 

513 aCorinthian Hamilton r E Flaherty J. A. McCulloch .. 

514 aSt. Alban's Thomhill Xom Davison J. B. Thistle 

515|aReba Brantford j_ s. Carter T. E. Greenaway . 

5161 Enterprise Beachburg Murray Brown Murray Anderson 

517 Hazeldean Hazeldean q i p. Turnbull D. J. Wilson 

518| Sioux Lookout Sioux Lookout k. J. McKenzie S. E. Oslund 

519|aOnondaga Onondaga r B. Whines Ross Mannen 

5201aCoronaU 7,9-^°?^° E. G. Scott R. J. Woods 

521 aOntario Windsor p h. Muirhead F. G. Shaw 

522|aMount Sinai Toronto Jack Markle Sam. Adelkind 

523|aRoyal Arthur Peterborough j^ j Austin W. S. McKinlay ... 

5241aMississauga Mississauga ■yy l Wiber A. E. Gerhart 

525 aTemple Toronto G. J. Redman D. GT Airhart 

526|aIonic Ottawa K. E. Nadon C. C. Cotie 

5271 Espanola Espanola Terrence Brouse T. R. J. Chester ... 

528 aGolden Beaver Timmins C. C. Cunningham R. L. Heath 

529|aMyra Komoka W. R. Malek Wihner Tunks 

5301 Cochrane Cochrane L. J. Boucher C. B. Simms 

5311 High Park Thomhill Bertram ElUs W. R. Sharpe 

532laCanada Toronto A. O. Numminen H. W. Lyons 

533|aShamrock Toronto Arch Grant R. E . A. Lindsey . 

5341 Englehart Englehart R. F. Walker G. M. Sparks 

535|aPhoenix Fonthill A. E. Bridgeman E. L. Franks 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 

AT DECEMBER 31st, 1973 

Lodges marked (a) hold their Installation of Officers on or near the Festival of 
The names of the W.M. and Secretary are corrected up to July 31st, 1974. 



159 



Night of Meeting 



3rd Monday 2 

Thurs. on or before F.M. — 

4th Thursday ". 4 

2nd Monday 5 

1st Monday 5 

2nd Tuesday 5 

1st Thursday 1 

1st Monday 2 

2nd Monday 5 

2nd Wednesday 4 

2nd Thursday 2 

2nd Thursday 2 

3rd Tuesday — 

1st Thursday 4 

2nd Friday 5 

3rd Tuesday 7 

2nd Wednesday 2 

3rd Friday 5 

1st Monday — 

2nd Monday 11 

2nd Wednesday — 

2nd Thursday 10 

1st Monday 2 

1st Monday 1 

2nd Tuesday — 

2nd Wednesday 3 

1st Thursday 4 

2nd Tuesday 1 

3rd Tuesday 6 

2nd Friday 6 

2nd Wednesday 3 

3rd Monday 9 

1st Wednesday 2 

4th Thursday 2 

2nd Monday 2 

2nd Friday 5 

1st Monday 1 

3rd Wednesday 6 

1st Monday 4 

4th Tuesday — 

2nd Tuesday 5 

1st Monday 2 

2nd Tuesday 4 

1st Monday 4 

2nd Thursday 17 

4th Tuesday 1 

2nd Wednesday 8 

1st Wednesday 2 

2nd Wednesday 3 

2nd Monday — 

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4th Thursday 4 

1st Friday 7 

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249 


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131 


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318 


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548 


538 


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6 


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273 


269 


13 


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322 


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143 


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160 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

RETURNS OF LODGES AS 

For Secretar>'s Address see P.O. Addresses of Secretaries, page 168-179. 
St. John tbe Evaneelist, all others on or near that of St. John the Baptist 

o S, Lodge Where Held W. Master Secretary 

il 

536|aAlgonquin Copper Cliff W. D. McKibbon G. A. Heale 

537|aUlster Toronto John Mcllvenna A. E. Neill 

538iaEarl Kitchener Port McNicoU Kenneth Quinlan Verne Rumney 

539 aWaterloo Waterloo W. R. Caughell W. R. Smith 

5401 Abitibi Iroquois Falls R. H. Gravett H. T. Beaton, Sr 

541|aTuscan Toronto J. W. Smith N. C. Gourlie 

542|aMetropolitan Toronto Norman Verrill E. H. M. Dye 

543|aThe Imperial Toronto Sam O'Brien R. A. Gibson 

544iaLincoln Abingdon Torben Petersen J. H. Clark 

545 aJ. R. Robertson Toronto E. A. Gould L. E. Love 

546laTalbot St. Thomas j. p. Cook D. F. Graham 

547|aThe Victory Toronto E. P. Cameron Richard Lough 

548iaGeneral Mercer Toronto H. J. Johnson M. H. Hastings 

549|aIonic Hamilton A. W. Stewart J. F. Jennings 

550,aBuchanan Hamilton G. B. Arkell Arthur Hurst 

551 aTuscan Hamilton L. W. Pither W. B. Matthews 

552|aQueen City Toronto Wesley Armstrong Bert O'Neill 

553iaOakwood Toronto Emerson Lackey D. T. Whitney 

554 aBorder Cities Windsor R. G. Henderson G. M. Wilson 

555'aWardrope Hamilton p. R. Fordham G. W. Roberts 

556 
557 
558 
559 



Nation Spencerville James Whitley H. G. Reddick 

Finch Finch A. A. MacDougall D. K. MacLean .... 

S. A. Luke Ottawa R. j. Robertson W. H. Knight 

aPalestine Toronto Percy Lipsett Marvin Donin 

560l St. Andrew's Ottawa D. E. A. Roberts M. A. McCaul 

5611 Acacia Ottawa A. V. WiUiams G. E. MacDonald 

562|aHamilton Hamilton k. A. WilUams F. H. Fletcher 

563 aVictory Chatham r. A.J^orster Alfred Mills 

564 
565 
566 
567 
568 
569 
570 



Ashlar Ottawa E. J. Eglinton S. G. Davis 

aKilwinning Toronto E. J. B. Anderson R. H. Collett 

aKing Hiram Toronto E. S. Riley J. Kemp 

aSt. Aidan's Scarborough J. C. Gamble H. J. Jeffery 

aHullett Londesborough Gary Jewitt Bert Shobbrook ... 

aDoric Lakeside A. G. Seaton Donald Seaton 

aDufferin Toronto Leslie Williams W. W. Mclndoe .. 

571|aAntiquity Toronto T. H. Grey Peter Tower 

572aMizpah Toronto D. A. Zeggil T. J. A. Gamey ... 

573laAdoniram Niagara Falls G. Yoimg W. G. Wisby 

574'iaCraig Ailsa Craig Murray Lee H. C. Guilfoyle .... 

575|aFideUty Toronto T. F. Wickett W. A. Bevis 

576 aMimosa Toronto T. R. Eraser C. W. Higgins 

577 aSt. Clair Thomhill Christian Goetz R. B. Norman 

578 aQueen'8 Kingston A. J. Cohoe E. G. Carmichael 

579|aHarmony Windsor John Kehl J. W. Carr 

5801aAcacia London L. W. Dundas H. C. Steele 

581,aHarcourt Toronto J. A. Gordon J. T. B. Colley 

582 aSunnyside Toronto F. F. Gerow H. E. McBride 

583|aTransportation Toronto L. G. Buxton J. M. Aikman 

"i84IaKaministiquia Thunder Bay T. Niven H. M. Barth 

S85!aRoyal Edward Kingston Wm. Fehr E. Martin 

586!aRemembrance Thomhill Wm. Graham E. J. Swanton 

587'aPatricia Thomhill Eric Slack C. J. Long 

588 
589 
590 
591 



aNational ... Capreol E. M. Elchyshyn Herbert Jordan . 

aGrey Toronto D. M. Rusk J. F. Petherick .. 

Defenders Ottawa J. A. Burnett H. R. Haywood 

aNorth Gate . Toronto Karlis Revalds W. R. Macey 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 

AT DECEMBER 31st, 1973 



161 



Lodges marked (a) bold their Installation of Officers on or near the Festival of 
The names of the W.M. and Secretary are corrected up to July 31st, 1974. 



Night of Meeting 






S urn 



3rd Tuesday 3 5 

4th Monday 6 7 

2nd Tuesday 1 3 

1st Wednesday 7 7 

3rd Friday 1 1 

3rd Friday 5 1 

2nd Wednesday 2 1 

2nd Monday 6 3 

3rd Friday 2 — 

3rd Tuesday 3 4 

4th Thursday 8 7 

1st Tuesday 2 4 

2nd Friday ; 5 2 

1st Wednesday 8 8 

1st Thursday 3 4 

2nd Tuesday 7 3 

1st Wednesday 5 5 

2nd Monday 6 6 

1st Wednesday 3 2 

4th Monday 2 1 

2nd Wednesday — — 

1st Thursday — 1 

2nd Wednesday 2 1 

4th Wednesday 4 3 

1st Thursday 4 3 

3rd Tuesday 4 4 

1st Tuesday 4 2 

2nd Tuesday 1 — 

1st Friday 3 2 

3rd Friday 1 2 

1st Friday 6 5 

3rd Tuesday..... 2 — 

2nd Tuesday 1 1 

1st Tuesday 4 4 

1st Tuesday 3 3 

4th Tuesday 2 2 

2nd Wednesday 2 2 

1st Monday 3 6 

1st Tuesday 2 1 

3rd Wednesday — — 

1st Monday 3 5 

1st Monday 1 1 

2nd Wednesday 4 5 

1st Thursday 2 3 

1st Wednesday 2 3 

2nd Thursday 2 2 

4th Tuesday 5 4 

3rd Wednesday 2 2 

3rd Tuesday 7 9 

4th Friday V 7 

2nd Friday 2 3 

2nd Wednesday 6 5 

1st Tuesday 1 1 

1st Monday 1 1 

1st Wednesday 3 2 

2nd Thursday 2 4 



1 — 2 



4 
6 
1 
3 
7 
3 
1 
1 






1 

7 
1 
3 

1 
1 

2 
1 
— — 4 



— 3 



6 1 
10 8 
— 3 

5 

3 

2 

7 

4 

2 

3 
10 

5 
11 

6 

5 

10 
14 

6 

3 
14 

1 

3 

2 
14 

6 



— — 3 
1 — 2 



4 
7 
7 
2 
6 
3 
6 
2 
4 
6 
6 
6 
3 
4 
12 
3 
5 
8 
6 
2 
5 
3 
6 



13 



311 
320 

67 
328 
128 
173 
197 
226 

78 
232 
402 
184 
262 
356 
275 
432 
440 
316 
174 
299 

80 
113 
167 
500 
448 
290 
228 
236 
209 
376 
213 
138 

55 
113 
167 
205 
194 
226 

96 
180 
232 
192 
196 
216 
327 

94 
290 
262 
196 
247 
204 
220 
158 
160 
221 
246 



306 
309 

68 
327 
125 
175 
186 
214 

79 
225 
400 
181 
222 
353 
274 
423 
420 
311 
173 
287 

80 
109 
166 
485 
411 
287 
222 
230 
210 
361 
214 
126 

56 
104 
162 
185 
192 
221 

94 
170 
227 
186 
191 
205 
324 

91 
291 
247 
199 
237 
195 
207 
157 
153 
221 
237 



162 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

RETURNS OF LODGES AS 

For Secretary's Address see P.O. Addresses of Secretaries, page 168-179. 
St. John the Evangelist, all others on or near that of St. John the Baptist 

<M a Lodge Where Held W. Master Secretary 

O eo 

5921aFairbank Toronto R. E. Strasler J. D. Black 

593|aSt. Andrew's Hamilton J. R. Epplett Hugh Campbell 

594laHillcrest Hamilton D. J. McNair A. S. Beck 

595 Rideau Ottawa H. A. Lyons L. A. Wood 

5961 Martintown Martintown L. C. Cain Ewan Christie 

597laTemple London E. G. Cooper J. A. Parker 

598laDominiDn Windsor L. L. Lajoi J. W. Flavell 

599;aMount Dennis... Weston H. G. Sunley Anthony Conti 

600'aMapIe Leaf Etobicoke J. A. Skinner A. Christie 

601|aSaint Paul Sarnia J. M. Stewart James Wright 

602 aHugh Murray Hamilton C. D. Foreman D. C. Matthews 

603iaCampbell Campbellville E. C. Jennings G. R. Carbert 

604|aPalace Windsor D. C. O'Neil Harry Taylor 

605 
606 
607 
608 
609 



aMehta Y.hornhill Ronald Clifford Edwin Lister 

aUnity Toronto B. H. Braithwaite R. E. Stansal 

aGolden Fleece Toronto Ronald Donlon H. J. Long 

aGothic Lindsay R. E. Quackenbush R. P. Reeds 

Tavistock Tavistock K. G. Schwantz Henry Fullick .... 

eio'aAshlar London Stanley Norris Harry Unwin 

61l'|aHuron-Bruce Toronto D. E. Johnson C. S. Farmer 

6121aBirch Cliff Scarborough R. x. Riding Allen Meyer 

613 aFort Erie Fort Erie Harry Simpson K. G. Hooper .... 

614 aAdanac St- Catharmes a. T. Shadd A. M. Thomson 

615laDominion Ridgeway g. E. Watt G. A. Lewis 

616 aPerfection St. Catharmes s. H. Greavette G. A. Mitchell .. 



617aNorth Bay North Bay r. m. Dodgson D. D. Letts 

618 aThunder Bay Thunder Bay R. w. Hopkins R. W. Parker 

619 aRunnymede Toronto Arthur Parrott Harry Sare 

620 aBay of Quinte Thornhill D. Mossman Donald Moss 

621 aFrontenac Sharbot Lake Alex McQuaid Roscoe Garrett 

622 aLome Chapleau Keith McKnight D. J. Broomhead 

623 Doric Kirkland Lake R. W. Taylor R. S. Skelly 

624 aDereham Mount Elgin Fred Gillies George McDonald .... 

625 aHatherly Sault Ste. Marie R. G. Campbell G. L. Hallam 

626 aStamford Niagara Falls W. H. Thistlewaite J. N. Withey 

627 aPelee Pelee Island Fred Krestel Richard Holl 

628 aGlenrose Elmira R. G. Sim C. E. Blow 

629 aGrenville Toronto B. L. Churchill H. J. Howard 

630 aPrince of Wales Toronto M. E. Sutherland G. C. Hare 

631 Manitou Emo C. D. Strachan J. A. Rahn 

632 aLong Branch Mimico Morgyn Paterson H. W. Gibbons 

633 aHastings Hastings R. T. Lockhart H. J. McCoU 

634aDelta Toronto N. S. Ross W. H. Linge 

635 aWellington Toronto G. E. Spracklin , L. A. Callingham 

636 aHornepayne Hornepayne N. O. Haavaldsrud C. K. Firman 

637 aCaledonia Toronto H. J. Benson L. Chamberlain 

638 aBedford Toronto A. T. Bagg H. S. Robinson 

639aBeach Hamilton w. H. Dean E. R. Binkley 

640 aAnthony Sayer Mhnico Gerald Steff E. A. Skinner 

641 aGarden Windsor James Allan E. D. Kettlewell 

642 aSt. Andrew's Windsor Percival Wall Jolm McFarlane 

643 aCathedral Toronto S. M. Lundy N. G. Christie 

644 aSimcoe Toronto W. D. Blyth Squire Thornton 

645 aLake Shore Mimico J. T. Saunders H. E. Newton 

646 aRowland Mount Albert K. W. Taylor Wm. Shillinglaw 

647|aTodmorden Toronto Wm. McNeilly Roy Moss 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 
AT DECEMBER 31st, 1973 



163 



Lodges marked (a) hold their Installation of Officers on or near the Festival of 
The names of the W.M. and Secretary are corrected up to July 31st, 1974. 






Night of Meeting .2 S 

c a. 



— 1 



3rd Monday 4 2 2 1 — 

4th Wednesday 10 7 3 — — 

2nd Monday 7 5 5 3 — 

2nd Thursday 5 5 2 2 — 

2nd Thursday 2 3 3 — — 

2nd Wednesday 7 7 4 — — 

1st Wednesday 8 2 2 3 — 

1st Wednesday 4 9 7 1 — 

1st Tuesday 4 5 5 — 1 

2nd Wednesday 2 4 3 11 

3rd Tuesday 8 7 7 3 — 

1st Tuesday 2 1 5 — — — 

2nd Thursday 3 1 3 1 — — 

2nd Tuesday 2 3 2 — — 

2nd Tuesday 7 7 5 — — 

3rd Thursday 3 2 1 — — 

3rd Monday 4 4 3 1 — 

2nd Tuesday 4 2 i — _ 

4th Monday 6 5 2 3 — 

2nd Thursday 3 3 2 — 1 

2nd Friday 7 5 6 1 — 

3rd Tuesday 2 3 6 

1st Thursday 6 7 4 

1st Thursday 2 12 

2nd Monday 5 4 5 

2nd Friday 9 5 6 

1st Thursday 17 4 

2nd Wednesday 3 6 4 

4th Monday 2 1 1 

2nd Friday 1 1 1 

1st Thursday 12 4 

2nd Thursday 6 4 3 

1st Tuesday 1 — — 

2nd Thursday 3 13 

2nd Wednesday 6 4 4 

1st Tuesday — — — — — — 

3rd Tuesday 1 1 — 5 — 3 

2nd Friday 3 3 2 2 15 

4th Friday 3 5 7 1—1 

3rd Thursday 3 5 3 1—2 

3rd Tuesday 6 6 4 11 1 

4th Wednesday 3 2 — 1 — — 

2nd Tuesday 2 3 2 — — 4 

1st Friday 2 3 2 1—9 

2nd Wednesday 3 5 5 2—1 

3rd Monday 28 23 17 7 1 3 

3rd Tuesday — — — — 2 

2nd Tuesday 5 7 6 11 — 

3rd Friday 2 4 2 — — 2 

1st Friday 2 2 2 1—1 

2nd Friday 4 1 1 — — 1 

1st Thursday 3 1 — 1 — 4 

2nd Thursday 6 5 3 — — 1 

1st Monday 8 7 5 2—7 

1st Tuesday 4 3 2 1—1 

1st Monday 6 5 5 — — 3 



2 — — 

2 

1 

1 

2 

2 



7 
2 
2 

6 
3 
2 
3 
7 
9 
3 
1 
4 
5 
3 
7 
3 
4 
3 
8 
2 
1 
6 
1 
1 
8 
2 
3 
3 
1 
9 
4 
1 
16 
2 
7 
1 
5 
2 
7 
4 
6 
2 
5 






180 
591 
261 
251 

80 
206 
266 
371 
208 
241 
388 
138 
334 
179 
191 
177 
148 
125 
167 
212 
389 
212 
209 
101 
181 
299 
243 
156 
163 
124 
134 
235 
101 
150 
248 

32 

87 
228 
133 
126 
184 

78 
179 
220 
121 
504 
140 
229 

96 
185 
165 
177 
202 
241 
104 
266 






173 
584 
262 
241 

72 
185 
264 
367 
193 
237 
379 
140 
328 
179 
189 
174 
143 
124 
171 
207 
378 
205 
211 
104 
178 
301 
242 
148 
158 
121 
129 
232 

97 
153 
242 

31 

89 
220 
134 
125 
188 

81 
165 
207 
123 
518 
136 
229 

95 
175 
166 
166 
202 
237 
106 
261 



164 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

RETURNS OF LODGES 4S 

For Secretary's Address see P.O. Addresses of Secretaries, page 168-179. 
St. John the Evangelist, all others on or near that of St John the Baptist. 

"3 u Lodge Where Held W. Master Secretary 



aSpruce Falls Kapuskasing J. K. Anderson G. N. Hopcraft 

aTemple Oshawa W. D. McKay G. E. Davis 

aPidelity Toledo G. F. Donaldson G. S. Moran 

aDentonia Toronto Grant Ramsay Wm. Tennent 

aMemorial Toronto Cyril Girard L. F. Buttler 

aScarboro Scarborough S. E. Thacker N. R. Davis 

aAncient Landmarks Hamilton L. R. Spoar L. A. Staples 

aKingsway Etobicoke Glen Waugh Frank Knott 

Kenogamisis Geraldton R. R. Berday G. A. A. McEwen 

Corinthian Kirkland Lake W. R. Reeves A. N. Turner 

aSudbury Sudbury Johannes Herold J. R. Home 

aEquitv Orilha R. W. Cline J. K. Hutchison 

aChukuni.... Red Lake L. K. Johnson G. A. Bremner 

aSt. Andrew's St. Catharines T. E. Lewis A. A. Hay 

Terrace Bay Terrace Bay c. Buck E. S. Brown 

aBrant Burlington c. R. Bowles Allen Klainka 

aSunnylea Etobicoke G. O. Wood G. E. Tapp 

Temple Ottawa I. T. Wilson T. H. Birtch 

aTemple Belleville R. B. Buskard E. G. Price 



i2 

648 
649 
650 
651 
652 
653 
654 
655 
656 
657 
658 
659 
660 
661 
662 
663 
664 
665 
666 

667 aComposite Hamilton M. H. Devins C. C. Watson 

668 Atikokan Atikokan T. McMillan R. B. Mathison 

669 aCorinthian Cornwall Byron Gordon S. L. McLaren 

670 aWest Hill Scarborough ..J. S. Howitt J. J. Laing 

671 aWestmount Hamilton J. A. De Young A. G. Adams 

672 Superior Red Rock J. T. Harding Donald Martin 

673 aKempenfeldt Barrie R. E. Smith D. H. Pudden 

674 aSouth Gate Port Credit J. W. Ramsden J. I. Parke 

675 aWilUam James Dunlop Peterborough G. R. Cutmore J. A. Hill 

676!aKroy.... Thomhill j. l. Cummins G. A. VaUary 

677 aCoronation Weston K. A. Best L. H. Sommerville 

678 aMercer Wilson Woodstock A. E. Parker C. S. Cross 

679 aCentennial Niagara Falls I. G. Harrington J. L. Grierson 

680aWoodland Wawa Wm. Farmer R. C. Barstead 

681 aClaude M. Kent OakviUe G. E. Pattison W. R. Denison 

682 aAstra Weston J. M. Hamilton J. C. Wardlaw 

683 aWexford Scarborough K. L. Whiting Sam Forsythe 

684 aCentennial London R. A. Bamett C.J. Hill 

685 aJoseph A. Heam Port Credit A. C. James L. F. Inns 

686 Atomic Deep River J. E. LeSurf J. Muff 

687 aMeridian Dundas R. N. Bell G. W. Bolwell 

688 aWyndham Guelph D. B. W. Dewar R. G. Tucker 

689 aFlower City Brampton J. E. Gow N. D. Davidson ... 

690 aTemple Kitchener R. s. Sprung G. K. Hoffman .... 

691|aFriendship Copper Cliff H. E. R. Bolton J. H. Vanderburg 

692 aT. H. Simpson Stoney Creek J. D. Rogers G. K. Bone 

693 aEast Gate .. . Scarborough G. E. W. MacLaren J. E. MacPherson 

694|aBaldoon Wallaceburg R. E. MacNally K. R. Colwell 

695|aParkwood Oshawa W. R. Hancock J. G. Porter 

696 aHarry L. Martyn Toronto E. H. Smith R. J. Woods 

697 aGrantham St. Catharines G. H. Gaines A. J. Harley 

698!aElliot Lake Elliot Lake J. Balfour T. W. Turff 

699laBethel Sudbury Jarvis Weir T. N. Arthurs 

700 " " ~ "' " " ' 

701 
702 
703 



aCorinthian Kintore G. M. Mills W. Mac Henderson 

aAshlar Tillsonburg D. P. Cowell G. L. DeU 

aLodge of Fellowship... Richmond Hill Jan Filkus H. R. Nelson 

aLodge of the Pillars Weston Les Stimpson Gerald Segal 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 



165 



AT DECEMBER 31st, 1973 

Lodges marked (a) hold their Installation of Officers on or near the Festival of 
The names of the W.M. and Secretary are corrected up to July 31st, 1974. 



Night of Meeting .5 « 



e ■ 2 • 



648 
649 
650 
651 
652 
653 
654 
655 
656 
657 
658 
659 
660 
661 
662 
663 
664 
665 
666 
667 
668 
669 
670 
671 
672 
673 
674 
675 
676 
677 
678 
679 
680 
681 
682 
683 
684 
685 
686 
687 
688 
689 
690 
691 
692 
693 
694 
695 
696 
697 
698 
699 
700 
701 
7021 
7031 



2nd Monday 8 8 3 2 — 6 

3rd Tuesday 7 6 7 3—2 

1st Monday 2 2 3 — — — 

1st Thursday 2 2 4 — — 4 

2nd Monday 2 3 3 — — 2 

2nd Monday 4 6 8 1 — 4 

3rd Wednesday 3 3 6 2—2 

3rd Monday 4 4 3 — — 5 

1st Wednesday 3 3 3 — — 4 

3rd Tuesday 4 5 7 — — 1 

3rd Monday 6 4 5 — — 2 

2nd Tuesday 7 5 6 — — 1 

2nd Wednesday 2 1 2 — — — 

4th Friday 6 4 6 2—2 

2nd Thursday 7 4 4 1—1 

3rd Monday 4 7 5 3—3 

2nd Friday 4 3 3 — 15 

1st Tuesday 6 5 7 4 — 3 

1st Monday 3 4 6 — — 3 

3rd Wednesday 1 2 1 — — 2 

1st Wednesday 2 3 3 1 — 2 

2nd Thursday 2 3 3 3—4 

1st Wednesday 8 9 8 2 2 4 

4th Tuesday 12 3 1—4 

2nd Wednesday — 2 12 — 1 

1st Tuesday 8 5 7 5 — 2 

1st Tuesday 5 3 5 1—5 

3rd Wednesday 2 2 — 3 — 3 

1st Friday 4 4 4 1 — 3 

2nd Monday 6 7 5 2 1 1 

3rd Wednesday 2 3 1 — — — 

3rd Tuesday 2 1 3 — — — 

2nd Thursday 1 2 1 — — 6 

2nd Wednesday 1 3 3 — — 1 

2nd Thursday 3 4 8 112 

1st Friday 4443 — 1 

1st Tuesday 8 7 9 6 — — 

2nd Friday 2 3 3 2—1 

3rd Tuesday 1 1 1 2 — — 

2nd Wednesday 2 2 3 — — — 

3rd Wednesday 3 3 2 2 13 

2nd Thursday 7 6 9 6 — 4 

3rd Wednesday 4 4 6 — — — 

2nd Wednesday 3 5 2 

3rd Thursday 5 6 5 

2nd Wednesday 6 5 3 

1st Wednesday 3 2 — 

2nd Thursday 8 7 5 

2nd Wednesday 3 2 2 2 — 

Last Monday 10 8 5 2 1 

2nd Wednesday 4 4 4 — — 

2nd Friday 5 3 2 1 — 

2nd Tuesday 1 l — — — 

3rd Thursday 2 3 4 — — 

2nd Tuesday 12 2 11 — 

3rd Monday 13 3 1 



— — 2 

2 — 

2 — 

1 — 



220 
347 

74 
251 
230 
271 
188 
156 
210 
147 
289 
218 
143 
171 
141 
223 
167 
182 
161 
168 
134 
123 
244 
133 
136 
194 
157 
194 
187 
150 
133 

87 

80 
153 
153 
134 
276 
112 
143 

84 
103 
190 
125 
115 
135 
135 

56 
125 

98 
119 
155 
131 

50 
126 
101 
107 



216 
344 

76 
240 
217 
264 
187 
145 
203 
147 
278 
216 
142 
171 
147 
224 
161 
187 
156 
163 
132 
121 
241 
124 
135 
205 
157 
194 
184 
153 
133 

89 

74 
146 
147 
139 
286 
114 
145 

83 
106 
194 
127 
116 
138 
138 

58 
132 

96 
128 
154 
135 

51 
125 

99 
106 



166 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

RETURNS OF LODGES AS 

For Secretary's Address see P.O. Addresses of Secretaries, page 168-179. 
St. John the Evangelist, all others on or near that of St. John the Baptist. 



Lodge 



Where Held 



W. Master 



Secretary 



5 o 

704| Aurum Timmins A. D. Bums L. T. Nicholson 

7051aUniverse Scarborough J. R. Fincher L. J. Abemethy 

706laDavid T. Campbell Whitby D. E. MacKay H. M. Douglas 

707 Eastern Cornwall Keith Walker L. J. Kuhn 

708 aOakridge Bvron K. R. Brown W. E. Bawden 

709taLakehead Thunder Bay W. S. Smith W. G. Snelgrove 

7101aUmty Brampton C. T. Gibson Donald MacKenzie 

711 aProgress Toronto W. R. Mason H. W. Lyons 

712!aTrafalgar Oakville H. E. Schroeder T. A. J. West 

713 aBridgewood Woodbridge Lawrence Langford J. M. Boak 

714JaBattlefieId Stoney Creek D. A. CottLngham S. J. Griffin 

715,'alslington Etobicoke T. S. Blackwell James Porter 

7161aIonic London W. T. Miller C. G. Smuck 

717laWillowdale Richmond Hill . K. W. Belyea G. H. Loxton 

718|aTwin Lakes Onlha E. J. Sargeant S. L. Wellwood 

719 aOtisippi Samia F. R. Smith W. T. Towner 

■J20 - ■ - ■ - ■ 

721 

722 

723 

724 



aConfederation Scarborough G. V. Fleming D. G. Bee 

Bytown Ottawa Ian AUeslev W. D. Lee 

aConcord Cambridge K. A. Lee W. S. McVittie 

aBrotherhood Waterloo D. H. CaughiU W. R. Smith 

I Trillium Guelph R. A. Howard J. C. Masecar .. 

7251 Wellington Square BurUngton D. J. McFadgen J. G. Robbins .. 

7261 Andor Gero Etobicoke G. W. Jamieson Frank Falus 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 



167 



AT DECEMBER 31st, 1973 

Lodges marked (a) hold their Installation of Officers on or near the Festival of 
The names of the W.M. and Secretary are corrected np to July 31st, 1974. 



Night of Meeting 



3rd Tuesday 4 

3rd Thursday 7 

4th Tuesday 2 

3rd Thursday 3 

2nd Wednesday 4 

1st Thursday 10 

3rd Thursday 3 

2nd Thursday 6 

3rd Wednesday 2 

3rd Monday 3 

2nd Monday 10 

3rd Wednesday 5 

2nd Monday 3 

3rd Wednesday 6 

3rd Thursday 3 

3rd Monday 7 

3rd Thursday 3 

1st Thursday 5 

4th Wednesday 2 

4th Thursday 6 

2nd Thursday — 

4th Thursday — 



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90 


95 


6 


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80 


82 


6 


3 










2 





90 


96 


2 


1 




— 


1 








64 


66 


2 


2 




— 





1 





49 


52 


2 


2 




— 


2 








96 


99 


6 


3 







1 


1 


2 


91 


104 


2 


4 





— 


— 


1 


2 


87 


87 


5 


4 


4 





3 





— 


68 


75 


3 


1 


2 








1 


— 


76 


79 


3 


2 








1 


— 


2 


106 


106 


10 


4 


3 





3 


— 


— 


124 


134 


4 


5 


1 








— 


— 


93 


99 


3 


1 








1 


2 


— 


62 


62 


8 


5 


4 


— 


1 


— 


— 


59 


68 


1 


1 








1 








66 


68 


3 


4 











2 





69 


74 


4 


1 


5 





1 


2 





65 


70 


2 


4 


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68 


76 


2 


2 


4 














27 


33 


4 


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26 


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23 


32 


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33 


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— 


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2275 2123 2004 748 171 1044 2727 982 118,970 117,192 



168 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

P.O. ADDRESSES OF SECRETARIES 

No. Lodge Location Secretary and P.O. Address 

2 Niagara Niagara-on-the- 

^ Lake A. G. Hall, Box 167, LOS IJO. 

3 Anc. St. John's Kingston Harvey R. Lyons, 384 Roosevelt Dr. Kingston 

K2A 1Z3. 

5 Sussex Brockville R. H. Wallace, 24 Aldershot Ave., Brockville 

K6V 2P6. 

6 Barton Hamilton V. T. F. Hannabuss, 139 Garside Ave. S., 

Hamilton L8K 2W2. 

7 Union Grimsby A. B. Hummel, 10 Rosslyn Ave., L3M 3G2. 

9 Union Napanee G. A. Hudson, R.R. 5, Napanee, KOK 2K0 

10 Norfolk Simcoe Brock Smith, Box 515, Simcoe N3Y 4L5. 

11 Moira Belleville Ralph A. Swan, R.R. 5, Belleville K8N 4Z5. 

14 True Britons' Perth R. Hughes, 25 Haggart St., K7H 2/5. 

15 St. George's St. Catharines R. J. Dore. 98 Glenwood Ave., L2R4C5. 

16 St Andrew's Toronto J. J. Henderson, 40 Rossander Court, Scarbor- 

ough. MIJ 2B7. 

17 St. John's Cobourg E. Geo. Smith, Box 217, Cobourg K9A 4K5. 

18 Prince Edward Picton D. L. Sutton, R.R. 3, Consecon KOK 1 TO. 

20 St. John's London C. O. Logan, Apt. 609, 100 Ridout St. S., 

N6C 3X5. 
21A St. John's Vankleek Hill S. E. Howes, Box 362, Vankleek Hill KOB IRO. 

22 King Solomon's Toronto R. G. Townley, 136 Waverley Rd., Toronto 

M4L 3T3 

23 Richmond Richmond Hill H. Ince. 82 Spruce Ave., Thornhill, L4J 1T8. 

24 St. Francis Smiths Falls G. P. Marshall, 25 McEwen Ave., Smiths Falls 

K7A 2K2. 

25 Ionic Toronto F. J. Champlin, 40 Binscarth Road, Toronto 

M4W lYl. 

26 Ontario Port Hope F. H. Hueston. Box 4, LIA 3V9. 

27 Strict Observance. ..Hamilton D. G. Welby, 43 Nancy St., Hamilton L8T 3M1. 

28 Mount Zion Kemptville W. S. D. Hamilton, R.R. 5, Kemptville KOG IJO. 

29 United Brighton H. G. Earle, Box 449, Brighton KOK 1 HO. 

30 Composite Whitby W. A. Andrew. 902 Henry St., Whitby LIN 5E5. 

31 Jerusalem Bowmanville A. B. Lobb, 14 Durham St., LlC 1H6. 

32 Amity Dunnville James Wood, R.R. 2, DunnvOle NIA 2W2. 

33 Maitland Goderich K. C. Cutt, 102 Park St., Goderich N7A 1K8. 

34 Thistle Amherstburg W. Hallock, 27 Silversands Dr. N9V 2S5 

35 St. John's Cayuga R. M. Murphy, Box 957, Caledonia, NOA lAO. 

37 King Hiram Ingersoll H. J. Upfold, 16 Holcroft St. E., NSC 1B4. 

38 Trent Trenton L. A. Coward, Box 220, K8V 5R2. 

39 Mount Zion Brooklin J. F. Patterson. 60 Winchester Rd., LOB ICO. 

40 St. John's Hamilton C. E. Heal, 136 Brantdale .Ave.. L9C 1B9. 

41 St. George's Kingsville I. McPherson, Box 1765, NOR IHO. 

42 St. George's London H. S. May, 358 Vesta Rd., London N5Y 1G3. 

43 King Solomon's Woodstock T. F. Pellow, 97 North Park Cres., N4S 7M1. 

44 St. Thomas St. Thomas R. N. Griffith, 2 Lynhurst Park Dr., St. Thomas 

N5P 2E4. 

45 Brant Brantford K. H. Baker, 121 George St.. N3T 2Y7. 

46 Wellington Chatham H. D. Paulucci. 47 Wilson Ave., N7L 1K8. 

47 Great Western Windsor A. H. Paddon, 845 Riverside Dr. East, Windsor 

N9A 2T4. 

48 Madoc Madoc K. M. Livingstone, 34 St. Lawrence St. W., 

Madoc KOK 2K0. 

50 Consecon Consecon Doug. Palmer, Consecon, R.R. 2, KOK 1 TO. 

52 Dalhousie Ottawa A. R. D. McNecly, 585 Tweedsmuir Ave. 

K1Z5P4. 

54 Vaughan Maple M. J. Kinnee, 23 Idleswift Dr., Thornhill, 

L4J 1K9. 

55 Merrickville MerrickviUe Edwin Pitcher, General Delivery, KOG INO. 

56 Victoria Samia J- Rose. 550 McGregor Rd.. N7T7H5. 

57 Harmony Binbrook R- Hillgartner. Binbrook. LOR ICO. 

58 Doric Ottawa Grant H. MacCarthy, 725 Dovercourt Ave., 

Ottawa K2A 0W9. 

61 Acacia Hamilton David R. Shaw, 69 Herkimer St., Apt. 602, 

Hamilton L8P 2G6. 

62 St. Andrew's Caledonia W. J. Parker, R.R. 3. Mt. Hope LOR 1 WO. 

63 . St. John's Carleton Place G. A. Docker, Box 1773, Carleton Place KOA IJO 

64 . Kilwinning London E. C. Smith, 105 Langarth St. E., N6C 1Z3. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 169 

No. Lodge Location Secretary and P.O. Address 

65 Rehoboam Toronto Geo. McLeish, 430 St. Clair Ave. E., M4T 1P5. 

66 ..Durham Newcastle A. G. Perrin, R.R. 2, Newcastle LOA IHO. 

68 St. John's Ingersoll W. H. Allen, 163 Wonham St. S., NSC 2Z3. 

69 Stirling Stirling G. W. Bailey, P.O. Box 112, KOK 3E0. 

72. Alma Cambridge A. R. Gordon, 7 Dudhope Ave., NIR 4S9. 

73 . St. James St. Marys H. R. Alberts, 177 Water St., Box 144, St. Mary's 

NOM 2V0. 

74. St. James South Augusta Robt. Byers, R.R. 2, Brockville, K6V 5T2. 

75 . St. Johns Toronto C. A. Boddy, 9 Montgomery Rd., M8X 1Z5. 

76. Oxford Woodstock E. H. Harper, Box 46, Embro, NOJ IJO. 

77... Faithful Brethren .. Lindsay C. H. Heels, 76 Glenelg St. W., K9V 2V7. 

78... King Hiram Tillsonburg R. Paget, Box 44, N4G 4H3. 

79..Simcoe Bradford Ben Steers, R.R. 2, LOG ICO. 

81. St. John's Mount Brydges Alec Crawford, R.R. 1, Strathroy N7G 3H3. 

82. St. John's Paris C. R. Burton, 9 Banfield St. Paris N3L 2Y5. 

83 Beaver Strathroy D. C. Lamond, Box 6, Strathroy N7G 3J1 

84 Clinton Clinton D. Ward, 133 Victoria St., Box 94, NOM ILO. 

85 . Rising Sun Athens Lloyd M. Kerr, R.R. 2, Addison KOE lAO. 

86 Wilson Toronto c. J. E. Lawer, 44 Edenbridge Dr., Islington, 

M9A 3G1. 

87 Markham Union . Markham Claude Osbom, Box 2, Markham L3P 3J5. 

88 St. George's Owen Sound E. C. Rosskopf, 996 - 2nd Ave. E., Owen Sound 

N4K 2H6. 

90 Manito Collingwood N. Hodson, 452 Hurontario St., L9Y 2M9. 

91 . Colbome Colbome Robt. Croft, Colborne KOK ISO. 

92 Cataraqui Kingston C. M. Peters, 648 Truman Dr., K7M 5B7. 

93 ...Northern Light Kincardine L. A. Moore, Kincardine NOG 2G0. 

94 . St. Mark's Port Stanley J. L. Brumpton, Box 101, Pt. Stanley NOL 2A0. 

96 . Corinthian Barrie W. T. Kirkpatrick, Box 313, L4M 1T4. 

97 Sharon Queensville E. L. Stickwood, LOG IRO. 

98 True Blue Bolton A. S. Hill, Box 2191, Bramalea L6T 3S4. 

99 Tuscan Newmarket Chas. E. Boyd, 181 Beechwood Cres., Newmarket 

L3Y 1W2. 

100 Valley Dundas E. L. Ford, 60 Crosthwaite Ave. S., Hamilton, 

L8K 2V1. 

101 Corinthian Peterborough W. R. Martin, 960 Monaghan Rd., Peterborough 

K9J 5K5. 

103 Maple Leaf St. Catharines J. R. Snure, 29 Princess St., St. Catharines 

L2P 2R2. 

104 St. John's Norwich R. O. Fewster, Box 172, NOJ IPO. 

105 St. Mark's Niagara Falls C. H. Terryberry, 6497 Taylor St., L2G 2E9. 

106 Burford Burford Wm. Reed, Box 283, NOE lAO. 

107 St. Paul's Lambeth A. L. McConnell, Box 152, Lambeth NOL ISO. 

108 Blenheim Princeton Harry Wight, Box 52, Princeton NOJ IVO. 

109 Albion Harrowsmith G. M. Spafford, Sydenham KOH 2J0. 

110 Central Prescott A. P. Gaudin, P.O. Box 986, KOE ITO. 

113 Wilson Waterford L. D. Simington, Box 297, Waterford NOE lYO. 

114 Hope Port Hope A. B. Finnie, 53 Molson St., Pt. Hope LIA 2J8. 

115 Ivy Beamsville H. C. Clark, R.R. 3, LOR IBO. 

116 Cassia Thedford Lloyd S. Mosure, Box 124, Thedford NOM 2N0. 

118 Union Schomberg F. Alton, R.R. 1, Kettleby LOG IJO. 

119 Maple Leaf Bath Herbert Weese, R.R. 2, Bath KOH IGO 

120 Warren Fingal D. Orchard, Shedden NOL 2E0. 

121 Doric Brantford E. E. Mclntvre. R.R. 1, N3T 5L4. 

122, Renfrew Renfrew s. B. Roberts, Box 211, Renfrew K7V 4A3. 

123 Belleville Belleville R. M. Gunsolus, 55 Highland Ave., Belleville 

K8P 3R2. 

125 Cornwall Cornwall E. G. Myers, 1312 Montreal Rd., K6H 1E6. 

126 Golden Rule Campbellford R. E. King, Box 815, Campbellford KOL ILO. 

127 Franck Frankford Preston Chase, Box 398, Frankford KOK 2C0. 

128 Pembroke Pembroke M. H. Doering, 558 Mary St., K8A 5X3. 

129 Rising Sun Aurora A. J. Child, 145 Kennedy St. W., L4G 2L8. 

131 St. Lawrence Southampton John Steele, Box 280, Southampton NOH 2L0. 

133 Lebanon Forest Exeter K. H. Hodgins, Centraha NOM IKO. 

135 St. Clair Milton Kenneth Watson, 147 Anne Blvd., L9T lAl. 

136 Richardson Stouffville Blair MitcheU, Box 898, LOH ILO. 

137 Pythagoras Meaford N. R. Morrison. Box 244, NOH lYO. 

139 Lebanon Oshawa H. Sproule, 288 King E. Oshawa LIH 1C8. 

140 Malahide Aylmer J. B. Wright, Box 95, Aylmer N5H 2L8. 



170 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

No. Lodge Location Secretary and P.O. Address 

141. ..Tudor Mitchell Charles Friend, DubUn, NOK lEO. 

1 42... Excelsior Morrisburg R. E. Patterson, Box 411, Iroquois KOE IKO. 

143 ..Friendly Brothers'. Iroquois Ambert Brown, Box 296, Lakeview Dr., Iroquois 

KOE IKO. 
144....Tecumseh Stratford J. R. Johnston, 132 Redford Cresc, Stratford 

N5A 1P2. 
145.J. B.Hall Millbrook M. E. Gray, Box 1269, Peterborough K9J 7H5. 

146 Prince of Wales Newburgh B. Ballance, R.R. 7, Napanee KOK 2R0. 

147 Mississippi Almonte S. H. Morton, Box 262, Almonte KOA lAO. 

148 . Civil Service Ottawa E. S. Hornby, 649 Portage Ave., KIG 1T2. 

149 ..Erie Port Dover Brian Varey, Port Dover NOA INO. 

151... Grand River Kitchener F. L. Barrett, 34 Sheldon Ave. N., Kitchener 

N2H 3M2. 

153 Bums' Wyoming Leonard Slack, Box 118, Wyoming NON ITO. 

154. Irving Lucan C. B. Culbert, Box 201. NOM 2J0. 

155 Peterborough Peterborough A. J. Cummings, 1025 Braund PI., K9J 5B6. 

156. York Toronto W. S. ColUns, 1078 Dupont St., M6H 1Z6. 

157... Simpson Newboro W. L. Blackman, Box 20, R.R. 1, Portland 

KOG IVO. 

158 ..Alexandra Oil Springs Ross Ferguson, R.R. 2, Croton, NOP IKO. 

159... Goodwood Richmond Earl Milne, 49 Martin St., Box 46, Richmond 

KOA 2Z0. 

161 Percy Warkworth Eldon Ewing, R.R. 5, Warkworth KOK 3K0. 

162 Forest Wro.xeter J. F. Inglis, R.R. 1, Clifford NOG 1 MO. 

164 Star-in-the-East Wellington G. Lloyd, Box 399B, KOK 3L0. 

165... Burlington Burlington F. G. Wickens, 653 Plains Rd. E., L7R 3X5 

166 . Wentworth Stoney Creek W. A. McNeil, 10 Village Green, Apt. 211, Stoney 

Creek L8G 2J3 

168 Merritt Welland p. H. Woram, 68 Nye Ave., L3C 1A5 

169 Macnab Port Colbome c. M. McNeil, 75 Ridgewood Ave., L3K 5N7. 

170 Britannia Seaforth g. A. Wright, Box 465, 33 St. James St., Seaforth 

NOK IWO. 

171 ..Prince of Wales lona Station w. G. Agar, R.R. 4, NOL IPO 

n? -^y. . V -^y B. L. Myers, Northumberland St., NOB lEO. 

IZi-^^'^'TS'i?'" P°" J^owan D. G. Johnson, Box 9, St. WiUiams, NOE IPO. 

177.. ..The Builders Ottawa Harrv Georganas, 1188 Gladstone Ave., Apt. 4, 

klY 3H8. 

178 Plattsville Plattsville Ross Currah, R.R. 1, Bright NOJ IBO 

II, Speed . Guelph jack Cherrv. 506 College Ave. W., NIG 1T5. 

Jlj 0"ental Port Burwell Gerald Clarke, Box 91, Port Burwell NOJ ITO. 

l|t Old Light Lucknow j. J. Salkeld, Lucknow NOG 2H0. 

185 . Enniskillen York j. a. Senn, 44 Clarendon Ave., Hamilton, 

L9A 3A1. 

186 Plantagenet Riceville B. Fawcett, R.R. 1, Fournier KOB IGO. 

190 Belmont Belmont A. V. Willsie, R.R. 1, NOL IBO. 

192..0rillia Orillia j. A. T. Behan. 136 Matchedash St. N., Orillia 

L3V 4V1 

193 Scotland Scotland L. Keith Poss,' Scotland, NOE IRO. 

194. Petroha PetroUa Roy Cox, Box 302, Petrolia NON IRO. 

195 ...Tuscan London L. T. A. Langford, 581 Ross St., Apt. 1, 

1Q/: X* ^ , . ■ N5Y 3V6. 

196 Madawaska Ampnor H. E. Brittle, Box 51. K7S 3H2. 

197 Saugeen. Walkerton j. h. Threndyle, R.R. 2, Walkerton NOG 2V0. 

200 St. Albans Mount Forest H. J. Corley, Box 421. Mt. Forest NOG 2L0. 

201 .. Leeds Gananoque Fred Lindsay, R.R. 2, Box 383, Gananoque, 

_„, T ■ .,-, KOH IRO. 

?nr- x^'"^ •■•. F^""* Wm. R. Ewen, R.R. 2, Elora NOB ISO. 

205 ..New Dommion New Hamburg g. H. Wilker, Box 325, NOB 2G0. 

20' Lancaster Lancaster w. R. Steele, P.O. Box 26, South Lancaster, 

^«„ r- KOC 2C0. 

209. Evergreen Lanark J. M. McDquham, R.R. 1, KOG IKO. 

209a St. John's London C. G. Phipps, 476 Blake St., N6K 2N8. 

215. Lake Amehasburg G. G. Redner, R.R. 1, KOK lAO. 

216. ...Harris Orangeville C. D. Van Norman, 11 Sunset Dr., Orangeville 

-' «;■': _f?^SK L9W 2G8. 

217... Frederick Delhi G. W. Franklin, 136 Harris St., Delhi N4B IKl. 

218 .. Stevenson Toronto J. H. Cook, 216 Prince Edward Dr., M8Y 3X3. 

219. ...Credit Georgetown R. McMaster, 64 Confederation St., Glen Williams 

L7G 3R8. 



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No. Lodge Location Secretary and P.O. Address 

220 .. Zeredatha Uxbridge M. D. Feasby, Box 967, LOC IKO. 

221... Mountain Thorold W. S. CooHn, 18 Cameron Dr., St. Catharines, 

L2P 3E2. 
222 Marmora ... Marmora R. E. Neal, Box 283, Marmora KOK 2M0. 

223. ...Norwood Norwood Chas. MacMillan, 11 Victoria St., Box 38, 

Norwood KOL 2V0. 

224... Huron Hensall Chas. D. Hay, Box 73, Hensall NOM 1X0. 

225... Bernard Listowel B. Hastings, Box 324, 248 Main St. E., Listowel 

NOG 3A0. 

228 ...Prince Arthur Odessa Geo. E. Snowden, Box 31, Westbrook KOH 2X0. 

229 ..Ionic Brampton G. Lowe, R.R. 2, Caledon, LON ICO. 

230 .Kerr Barrie W. J. Linton, 370 Ottaway Ave., Barrie L4M 2W6 

231 ..Lodge of Fidelity Ottawa O. E. Andrew, Apt. 3-512 Athlone Ave., 

..,, -.,s; KIZ 5M8. 
232. Cameron Dutton ...Cyril J. Beill, Box 136, Button NOL IJO. 

233 ..Doric Parkhill C. J. Fox. R.R. 5, Parkhil! NOM 2K0 

234 Beaver Thombury W. R. Mackey, R.R. 1, Thombury NOH 2P0. 

235 Aldworth Paisley Lome B. Evans, Paisley NOG 2N0. 

236 Manitoba Cookstown J. P. Arnold, King St., LOL ILO. 

237 ...Vienna Vienna Jack Petrie, Box 160, Straffordville NOJ lYO. 

238 Havelock Watford G. C. Searson, Box 134, NOM 2S0. 

239 ..Tweed Tweed C. E. Geen. Roslin, KOK 2Y0. 

242 . Macoy Mallorytown G. Grothier, Mallorytown KOE IRO. 

243 St. George St. George G. A. Steedman, R.R. 1, Paris, N3L 3E1. 

245 . Tecumseh Thamesville H. A. Cameron, R.R. 4, Thamesville NOP 2K0. 

247 ..Ashlar Toronto L. G. Morgan, 1 Richview Rd. Apt. 1009B, 

Islington M9A 4M6 

249 Caledonian Midland K. E. Morrison, 523 Elizabeth St., L4R 2A2. 

250 Thistle Embro Symons Muir, Embro, NOJ IJO. 

253 . Minden Kingston W. V. Holland, 36 Gibson Ave., K7L 4R2. 

254 Clifton Niagara Falls H. G. Langfield, 6400 Huggins St., Apt. 306, 

Niagara Falls L2J 3G5. 

255 Sydenham Dresden H. L. Martin, R.R. 6, NOP IMO. 

256 . Farran-Ault Ingleside G. F. Dafoe, R.R. 2, KOC IMO. 

257 ..Gait Cambridge G. J. Johnson, 55 Lansdowne Rd. S., NIS 2T5. 

258 . Guelph Guelph N. E. Taylor, 23 Collingwood St., Guelph 

NIE 3R2. 

259 . Springfield Springfield R. M. Smith, P.O. Box 24, Springfield NOL 2J0 

260 ..Washington Petrolia John Davidson, Box 106, Petrolia NON IRO. 

261 .Oak Branch Innerkip L. Seegmiller, Innerkip NOJ IMO 

262 Harriston Harriston H. M. Stevens, Box 25, Harriston NOG IZO. 

263 ..Forest Forest G. H. Holmes, Box 461, Forest NON IJO 

264 .. Chaudiere Ottawa Edwin Birnie, 150 Lyman St., KIZ 6Y1. 

265 . Patterson Thomhill W. R. Keiller, 48 Parkview Ave., Willowdale 

M2N 3Y2. 

266 . Northern Light Stayner G. H. Evans, Box 785, LOM ISO. 

267 Parthenon Chatham J. E. Brown, 56 Faircourt, N7L 2X1. 

268 ..Verulam Bobcaygeon J. F. Mclsaac, P.O. Box 555 KOM lAO 

269 ..Brougham Union . Claremont Lloyd Pugh, 55% Cameron St., Pickering, 

LIV 2B7. 

270 Cedar Oshawa John Brack, 578 Rosmere St., Oshawa LIJ 5H7. 

271 Wellington Erin Stewart Scott, Belfountain. LON IBO. 

272 Seymour Ancaster Thos. Burton, 156 Taylor Rd., Ancaster L9G IPl. 

274. Kent Blenheim P. Shillington, Box 100, NOP lAO. 

276 Teeswater Teeswater w. A. McKenzie, Box 204, Teeswater NOG 2S0. 

277 Seymour St. Catharines b. E. Schaab, 31 Tecumseh St., L2M 2M5. 

279 ...New Hope Cambridge d. E. Meadows, 42 Ravine Dr., NIR 2W7. 

282 Lome Glencoe G. Hugh McCutcheon, R.R. 1, Glencoe NOL IMO. 

283 Eureka Belleville W. Oliver. 287 George St., K8N 3H8. 

284 St. John's Brussels A. E. Martin, Tumberry St., Brussels NOG IHO. 

285 Seven Star AUiston L. J. Wood, Box 155, Angus, LOM IBO. 

286 Wingham Wingham K. McLaughlin, Box 512. Wingham NOG 2W0. 

287... Shuniah .Thunder Bay J. Symington, Box 84, P7B 5E7. 

289 Doric Lobo F. H. Waugh, Hyde Park NOM IZO. 

290 Leamington Leamington R. E. Stephens, 33 Garrison Ave., Leamington 

NSW 2P1. 

291 Dufferin West Flamboro H. C. Lord, 83 Edith Ave., Hamilton, L8T 4H6. 

292 Robertson King City C. Henshaw, R.R. 3, LOG IKO. 

294. Moore Courtright A. S. McClemens, R.R. 1, Mooretown, NON IMO. 



172 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

No. Lodge Location Secretary and P.O. Address 

295 .. Conestogo Drayton F. B. Johnson, R.R. 2, Moorefield NOG 2K0. 

296 . Temple St. Catharines J. Thorne, 86 Welland Ave., L2R 2N1. 

297 .Preston Cambridge R.R. Shantz, 522 Westminster Dr., Cambridge 

(?) N3H 1T8. 

299 Victoria Centreville Allan Burgess, Centreville KOK INO. 

300 Mount Olivet Thomdale L. J. Elliott. Thorndale, NOM 2P0. 

302 . St. David's St. Thomas R. W. Wells, 13 Fairview Ave., St. Thomas 

N5R 4X2. 

303 .. Blyth Blyth Harvey Sillib, Box 164 Blyth NOM IHO 

304. Minerva Stroud D. N. Campbell, 24 Thorncrest Rd., Barrie, 

L4N 3P9. 

305 Humber Weston C. Sedore, 3 Chesham Drive, Downsview, 

M3M 1W6. 

306 Durham Durham H. E. McNaughton, Box 319, Durham NOG IRO. 

307 Arkona Arkona Frank E. Muma, R.R. 1, Arkona NOM IBO. 

309 Morning Star Carlow Thornton Eedy, Dungannon NOM IRO 

311 Blackwood Woodbridge G. L. McGillivray, R.R. 3, L4L 1A7. 

312 Pnyx Wallaceburg J- Burnett, 444 Duncan St., N8A 4E7. 

313 Clementi Lakefield F. A. Payne, Box 338, KOL 2H0. 

314 Blair Pahnerston W. T. Brown, Box 756, NOG 2P0. 

315 Clifford Clifford John Ferguson, R.R. 2, Clifford NOG IMO. 

316 Doric Toronto A. J. Collins, 67 Macdonald Ave., Weston, 

M9N 2E5. 

318 Wilmot Baden John Baird, Box 61, Baden NOB IGO. 

319 Hiram Hagersville O. Sayer, 13 Main St. S., NOA IHO. 

320 .. Chesterville Chesterville H. F. Shaver, P.O. Box 254, KOC IHO. 

321 Walker Acton H. L. Ritchie, Box 328, LOP IRO. 

322 North Star Owen Sound E. L. Vanstone, R.R. 4, Owen Sound N4K 5N6. 

323 Alvinston Alvinston Cecil Campbell, R.R. 1, Alvinston NON lAO. 

324 Temple Hamilton A. H. Mellanby, 98 South Bend Rd. E., 

L9A 2B4. 

325 Orono Orono W. C. Evans.R.R. 1, LOB IMO. 

326 Zetland Toronto H. C. Jackson, 334 Cleveland St., M4S 2W9. 

327 Hammond Wardsville Dave Laszewski, Newbury NOL IZO. 

328 Ionic Napier Evan Denning, R.R. 3, Strathroy N7G 3H5. 

329 King Solomon Jarvis Warren L. Keen, Box 114, Jarvis NOA IJO. 

330 Corinthian London R. V. West, 781 Curry St., N5Y 1N7. 

331 Fordwich Fordwich Melville Allan, R.R. 1, Fordwich NOG IVO. 

332 Stratford Stratford Wm. R. Loucks, 51 Douro Street, N5A 3R2. 

333 Prince Arthur Flesherton Harold Johnson, R.R. 2, Proton NOC 1L0 

334 Prince Arthur Arthur L. Flewelling, Box 495, Arthur NOG lAO. 

336. Highgate Highgate Allan Dickson, Box 174, Bothwell NOP ICO. 

337 Myrtle Port Robinson L. C. Eller. Box 115, LOS IKO. 

338 Dufferin Wellandport N. Jones, R.R. 1, DunnviUe, NIA 2W1. 

339 Orient Toronto A. M. Watt, 30 Taylor Dr., M4C 3B3. 

341 Bruce Tiverton H. Sparks, R.R. 2, NOG 2T0. 

343 Georgina Toronto P. W. Davies, 229 Symington Ave., M6P 3W5. 

344 Merrill Dorchester H. W. Parkes, Box 8, NOL IGO. 

345 Nilestown Nilestown F. S. Whitehall, R.R. 8, London N6A 4C3. 

346 . Occident Toronto G. G. Bonney, 2293 Eglinton Ave. E., Apt. 602, 

Scarborough MIK 2N5. 

347 Mercer Fergus J. L. Carter, 366 St. Patrick East, NIM 1M8. 

348... Georgian Midland C. S. Wice, Box 628, Penetang, LOK IPO. 

352 Granite Parry Sound Kenneth E. Brown, Box 201, Parry Sound 

P2A 2X3. 
354 .. Brock Camiington W. J. Beard, 30 York St., LOE lEO. 

356 River Park Streetsville G. R. Bruce, 25 Suburban Dr., Streetsville 

L5N 1G4. 

357 Waterdown Millgrove H. Guild, Group "G" Box 1, S.S. No. 3, 

Hamilton L8N 2Z8. 

358 ..Delaware Valley. ...Delaware M. Kilboume, R.R. 5, Mount Brydges. 

NOL IWO. 

359 Vittoria Vittoria O. Thompson, R.R. 3, Simcoe, N3Y 4K2. 

360 Muskoka Bracebridge T. H. W. Salmon, Box 1654, POB ICO. 

361 . Waverley Guelph R. G. Stephens, 32 Quebec St. Guelph NIH 2T4. 

362 Maple Leaf Tara Gerald Harron, Tara NOH 2N0. 

364 Dufferin Melbourne R. McDonald, R.R. 4, Appin NOL lAO. 

367 St. George Toronto W. F. Damp, 63 Southvale Dr., M4G 1G4. 

368 Salem Brockville S. T. Orr, 34 Elm Ave., K6V 2M4. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 173 

No. Lodge Location Secretary and P.O. Address 

369 .. Mimico Etobicoke P. A. Jordan, 71 Warwood Road, Islington, 

M9B 5B5. 

370. Harmony Delta R. Morris, Delta KOE IGO. 

371 . Prince of Wales Ottawa Arthur L. Danks, 29 Abingdon Dr., Ottawa 

K2H 7M5 
372. ..Palmer Fort Erie R. E. Gardiner, Box 1123, Stn. B., Fort Erie 

L2A 5N9 

373 ..Cope-stone WeUand R. j. Thomas,' 14 Westmount Cres., L3C 254. 

374 .Keene Keene Ross Comrie, Keene KOL 2G0. 

375 Lome Omemee J. H. Sisson, Omemee, KOL 2W0. 

376. ..Unity Huntsville R. M. Austin, Box 703, POA IKO. 

377... Lome Shelbume j. A. Mawdsley, 142 Third Ave., LON ISO. 

378 ..King Solomon's London J. p. Higgins, 526 Upper Queens St., N6C 3T9. 

379 .Middlesex Bryanston w. K. McGuffin, Granton, NOM IVO. 

380 ..Union London H. L. Peers, 476 Ashland Ave., NSW 4G7. 

382 ..Done Hamilton W. J. Macintosh, 72 Kenilworth Ave. S., 

L8K 2S9 

383... Henderson Winchester N. M. Porteous, Box 138, KOC 2K0. 

384. Alpha Toronto G. H. Thompson, 43 Hallam St., Toronto 

M6G IWl. 

385... Spry Beeton A. C. Bulman, Gen. Delivery, Beeton LOG lAO. 

386..McColl West Lome T. F. Ripley, 183 Main St., West Lome NOL 2P0. 

387 . Lansdowne Lansdowne Leslie Smith, Lansdowne KOE ILO. 

388 Henderson Ilderton J. S. McNair, Box 6, Ilderton NOM 2A0. 

389. .Crystal Fountain... North Augusta Donald Stewart R.R. 2, Addison KOE lAO 

390 .. Florence Florence Calvin Lampman, R.R. 3, Florence NOP IRO. 

391 ..Howard Ridgetown C. J. Raine, Box 263, NOP 2C0. 

392 ..Huron Camlachie D. Handy, 879 Lakeshore Rd., Samia, N7V 2V1. 

393 Forest Chesley C. F. Rae, Box 415, NOG ILO. 

394 .. King Solomon Thamesford T. R. Nancekivell, 118 Delatre St., Thamesford 

NOM 2M0. 

395 . Parvaim Comber R. D. Wight, Box 71, NOP IJO. 

396 ..Cedar Wiarton I. L. Inglis, Box 314, NOH 2T0. 

397 ..Leopold Brigden R. s. McKeUar, R.R. 1, Mooretown NON IMO. 

398. .Victoria Kirkfield G. V. Grant, Box 1, Kirkfield, KOM 2B0. 

399 Moffat Harrietsville L. G. Corless, R.R. 1, Springfield NOL 2J0. 

400. Oakville Oakville G. G. Moquin, Box 644, Oakville L6J 5C1. 

401 ..Craig Deseronto Eric Gustafson, Box 86, Deseronto KOK 1X0. 

402 ..Central Essex T. E. Weaver, Box 955, NOR lEO. 

403 ..Windsor Windsor Alex Shaw, 227 Strabane Ave., Apt. 202, Windsor 

N8Y 2W6. 

404 ..Lome Tamworth G. A. Hannah, Box 40, Tamworth KOK 3G0. 

405 Mattawa Mattawa H. MaxweU, Box 29, R.R. 2, POH IVO. 

406 Spry Fenelon Falls A. T. Smitheram, Box 203, Fenelon Falls 

KOM INO. 

408 Murray Beaverton J. H. Millar, P.O. Box 493. LOK lAO. 

409 Golden Rule Gravenhurst R. L. Duncan, Box 426, POC IGO. 

410 . Zeta Toronto E. F. Watson, 392 Rimilton Ave., M8W 2G2. 

411 Rodney Rodney James Lyttle, Box 311, Rodney NOL 2C0. 

412 ..Keystone Sault Ste. Marie L. G. Shier, 581 Placid Ave., Sault Ste. Marie 

P6B 3M4. 

413 .. Naphtali Tilbury L. Beacom, Box 846, NOP 2L0. 

414 .. Pequonga Kenora D. S. McCunn, 400 Third St. S., P9N IJl. 

415 ..Fort WiUiam Thunder Bay G. Barclay, Box 283, Station F., P7C 4V9. 

416. Lyn Lyn Robert Stick, R.R. 2, Lyn KOE IMO. 

417 Keewatin Keewatin S. E. Arbuckle, Box 305, Keewatin POX ICO. 

418 Maxville Maxville J. H. Crawford, P.O. Box 82, Maxville KOC ITO. 

419 Liberty Samia G. W. Gough, 987 McCaw, Samia N7V 2X8. 

420 .. NipissiHg North Bay R. H. McNutt, Box 55, PIB 8G8. 

421 Scott Grand VaUey Wilfred West, Box 14, Grand Valley LON IGO. 

422 . Star of the East Bothwell Chas. Forrest, Box 123, Bothwell NOP ICO. 

423 Strong Sundridge Geo. H. Tough, Sundridge POA IZO. 

424 ..Doric Pickering H. S. Anderson, Box 177, LIV 2R4. 

425 . St. Clair Sombra W. N. Ross, P.O. Box 212, Port Lambton, 

NOP 2B0. 

426 ..Stanley Toronto R. L. McTavish, 7 Rangoon, Etobicoke M9C 4N5. 

427 . Nickel Sudbury A. A. Roseborough, 65 St. Brendan St., P3E 1K4. 

428 Fidelity Port Perry Hans Kraupa, 391 Elgin St., Port Perry LOB INO. 

429 Port Elgin Port Elgin W. H. Gorrell, Box 100, NOH 2C0. 



174 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

No. Lodge Location Secretary and P.O. Address 

430 ..Acacia Toronto Alex Hill, 33 Britwell Ave., Scarborough MIP 3T3. 

431 Moravian . Cargill Donald Garland, R.R. 2, Cargill NOG IJO. 

432 Hanover Hanover C. H. Metcalfe, 327-7th Ave., N4N 2H6. 

433 Bonnechere . Eganville E. J. Gillingham, Box 345, Eganville KOJ ITO. 

434 Algonquin Emsdale R. Soper, Sprucedale, POA lYO. 

435 Havelock Havelock Albert Smith, 4 Victoria St., Havelock KOL IZO. 

436 Burns Hepworth Willis Spencer, R.R. 2, Shallow Lake NOH 2K0. 

437^.! Tuscan Samia Lloyd Harrow, 1024 Cathcart Blvd., Sarnia 

N7S 2H2. 

438 Harmony ThomhlU R. J. Jackson, 44 Dignam Ct., Scarborough, 

MIJ 2C5. 

439 Alexandria Alexandria H. A. Stimson, P.O. Box 124, KOC lAO. 

440 Arcadia ..Minden Albt. S. Currie. R.R. 2, Haliburton KOM ISO. 

441 Westport Westport Chas. Woods, R.R.2, Westport, KOG 1X0. 

442 Dyment Thessalon F. W. Elliott, Box 371, Thessalon 

443 Powassan Powassan R. Frederick, R.R. 4, POH IZO. 

444 Nitetis Creemore J. E. Priddle, Box 138 .Creemore LOM IGO. 

445 Lake of the Woods Kenora R. C. Quinton, R.R. 1, Carlton Road, Kenora 

P9N 3W7. 

446 Granite Fort Frances Geo. Mitchell, 118, Third St. West, Fort Frances 

P9A 3A3. 

447 Sturseon Falls Sturgeon Falls E. S. D'Arcy, R.R. 1, Monetville POM 2K0. 

448 Xenophon Wheatley M. Whaley, R.R. 3, NOP 2P0. 

449 Dundalk Dimdalk Emerson Ludlow. Dundalk NOC IBO. 

450 Hawkesbury Hawkesbury W. T. R. Hay, 504 Thome St., K6A 2N6. 

451 Somerville Kjrmiount Boyd Austin, Kinmount KOM 2A0. 

452 Avonmore Avonmore Leonard Ferguson, Monkland KOC IVO 

453 Royal Thunder Bay A. E. Knox, 1425 Hamilton Ave., P7E 4X8. 

Stn. F. 

454 Corona Burks Falls R. E. King, Box 65, Magnetawan, POA IPO. 

455 Doric Little Current L. H. Peck, Little Current, POP IKO. 

456 Elma Monkton C. Prescott, R.R. 1. 

457 Century Merlin R. J. Reynolds, Box 45, NOP IWO. 

458 Wales Long Sault W. D. McNaughton, R.R. 1. KOC IPO. 

459 Cobden Cobden Donald McLaren, R.R. 3, Cobden KOJ IKO. 

460 Rideau Seeleys Bay H. H. Eaton, Box 21, Seeleys Bay KOH 2N0. 

461 Ionic Rainy River D. H. Budreau, Box 184, POW ILO. 

462 . Temiskaming New Liskeard g. W. Lawrence, Box 1809, New Liskeard 

POV IPO. 

463 North Entrance Haliburton Walter Webb, Box 408, HaUburton KOM ISO. 

464 King Edward Sunderland p. H. Mclnnis. Box 125. 

465 Carleton Carp D. H. Carry, R.R. 1, Kinbum, KOA 2H0. 

466 Coronation Ehnvale Ewart Thurlow, R.R. 1, LOL IPO. 

467 Tottenham Tottenham c. Abrams, Box 162, LOG IWO. 

468 Peel Caledon East Carl Chambers, General DeUvery, Caledon East 

LON lEO. 

469 .. Algoma Sault Ste. Mane d. Willock. 183 Woodward Ave., P6A 3T6. 

470 Victoria Victoria Harbour .james Tumber, Sr., R.R. 1,L0K 2A0. 

471 . King Edward Vll.Chippawa E. G. McKenzie, 3800 Bridgewater St., Niagara 

Falls, L2G 6H4. 

472 Gore Bay Gore Bay H. I. Walker, Box 118, Gore Bay POP IHO. 

473 Beaches Scarborough Jos. C. Park, 28 Queenscourt Dr., Agincourt 

MIT 2J5. 

474 Victoria Toronto C. V. Fleury, R.R. 1, Rexdale, M9W 5K7. 

475 Dundum Hamilton J. J. McNichol, Box 211, L8N 3C8. 

476 Corinthian North Gower D. K. McLeod, Rideau Valley Dr., Kars., 

KOA 2E0. 

477 Harding Woodville Hugh Imrie, R.R. 1, KOM 2T0. 

478 Milverton Milverton J. Alex Dewar, R.R. 2, Wellesley NOB 2T0. 

479 Russell Russell R. W. Gamble, Box 100. KOA 3B0. 

480 Williamsburg Williamsburg H. L. Casselman, Box 66, Williamsburg KOC 2H0. 

481 Corinthian Toronto F. B. J. Marconi, 10 Carabob Court, Apt. 1214, 

Agincourt MIT 3N5. 

482 Bancroft Bancroft R. W. Blatherwick, Box 38. Bancroft KOL ICO 

483 . Granton Granton A. E. Watson, R.R. 1, St. Marys NOM 2V0. 

484 Golden Star Dryden G. Rutter, Box 449, Drvden P8N 2Z2. 

485 Haileybury Haileybury O. E. Walli, Box 775 POJ IKO 

486 Silver Cobalt M. E. Sadler, Box 334, Haileybury, POJ IKO. 

487 Penewobikong BUnd River R. Wildman, Box 561, BUnd River POR IBO. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 175 

No. Lodge Location Secretary and P.O. Address 

488. King Edward Harrow Frank L. Wood, Box 304, Harrow NOR IGO. 

489. Osiris Smiths Falls F. Fairfield, 6 WOUam St. W., Smiths Falls 

K7A 1M9. 

490 Hiram Markdale J. C. Coultes, Belgrave NOG lEO. 

491 . Cardinal Cardinal Dale Cook, R.R. 3, Prescott KOE ITO. 

492 Karnak Coldwater J. P. Waterson, Box 166, Coldwater LOK lEO. 

494 .. Riverdale Toronto Austin Burstow, 300 Keewatin Ave., M4P 2A5. 

495... Electric Hamilton D. M. Ritchie, 650 Mountain Brow Blvd.. 

LBT 1B2. 
496 University Toronto C. S. Argyle, 3 Gwendolen Ave., Willowdale, 

M2N lAl. 
497. St. Andrew's Arden Art Cox, R.R. 3, Mountain Grove KOH 2E0. 

498 .King George V Coboconk E. B. White, R.R. 1, KOM IKO. 

499 ..Port Arthur Thunder Bay W. F. Poole, R.R. 2, Arthur St., (F), P7C 4V1. 

500. Rose Windsor S. Jennings, 3177 Manchester Rd., N9C 1X7. 

501... Connaught Mimico E. M. Dolan, 292 Prince Edward Dr. S., Toronto, 

M8Y 3Z1. 

502 ..Coronation Smithville Roy Swick, Box 208, Smithville LOR 2A0. 

503 Inwood Inwood B. A. Russell, Box 6, NON IKO. 

504. Otter Lombardy J. Magill, R.R. 4, Smiths Falls. 

505..Lynden Lynden Lloyd Bacon, Lynden LOR ITO. 

506 ..Porcupine South Porcupine ...Frank Woon, Drawer 818, South Porcupine 

PON IHO. 
507. Elk Lake Elk Lake L. M. Coghill, Box 37, Elk Lake, POJ IGO. 

508 .. Ozias Brantford J. M. Buchanan, 39 Lome Cres., N3T 4L8. 

509 ..Twin City... Kitchener H. H. Raddatz, 201 Lancaster St. E., N2H 1M9. 

510 .. Parkdale Etobicoke Bruce Craine, 52 LilUbet Road Toronto, 

M8Z 3S6. 

511 Connaught Thunder Bay P. H. Rogers, R.R. 3, Thunder Bay F P7C 4V2 

512 . Malone Sutton West J. H. Day, Box 190, LOE IRO. 

513 .. Corinthian Hamilton J. A. McCulloch, 460 E. 13th St., L9A 4A6 

514 St. Alban's Toronto J. B. Thistle, 494 Ruth Ave., Willowdale, 

M2M 2J3. 
515..Reba Brantford T. E. Greenaway, 15 First Ave., N3S 6R8 

516 .. Enterprise Beachburg Murray Anderson, Box 17, Beachburg KOJ ICO 

517 .. Hazeldean Hazeldean D. J. Wilson, 2200 Flower Ave., Ottawa 

K2B 7A8. 
518. Sioux Lookout Sioux Lookout S. E. Oslund, Box 808 POV 2T0 

519 ..Onondaga Onondaga Ross Mannen, 227 Chatham St., Brantford. 

N3S 4H2. 

520 Coronati Toronto R. J. Woods, 28 Shaunavon Heights, Don Mills 

M3A2P4. 

521 Ontario Windsor R. V. Wakeley, 947 Buckingham Dr., Windsor 

N8S 2C9 

"2 Mouiit Sinai Toronto S. Adelkind, 1437 Yonge St., Toronto M4T IZl. 

523... Royal Arthur Peterborough w. S. McKinlay, 1462 Westbrook Dr 

Peterborough K9J 6R4. 
524 . Mississauga Port Credit A. E. Gerhart, 1250 Greenoaks Dr., Mississauga. 

L5J 3A4. 
525. ...Temple Toronto D. G. Airhart, 19 Cromer Place, Weston 

M9R2E2. 

526 .Ionic ...^ Ottawa c. C. Cotie, P.O. Box 3086, Station C, K1Y4J3. 

1^1^^^,^'^°^^ Espanola T. R. J. Chester, Box 221, Espanola POP ICO. 

528 .. Golden Beaver Timmins R. l. Heath, 576 Patricia Blvd P4N ez-* 

529...Myra Koinoka Witaier Tanks, Box 103, R.R. 3, NOL IRO 

530 Cochrane Cochrane c. B. Simms, P.O. Box 16, POL ICO. 

5 J 1. High Park Thomhill w. R. Sharpe, 14 Caldow Rd., Toronto 

MSN 2P5. 

532 Canada Toronto H. W. Lyons, 91 Northdale Blvd.. M4B 1X1 

533... Shamrock Toronto R. Lindsey, 161 Highgate Ave., Willowdale 

M2N 5G7. 

534 Englehart Englehart Gordon M. Sparks, Box 627, Englehart POJ IHO 

535 Phoenix Fonthill E. L. Franks, P.O. Box 191, LOS lEO. 

536 ..Algonquin Copper Cliff G. A. Heale, Box 245, Lively, POM 2E0 

537. ...Ulster Toronto A. E. Neill, 395 Horsham Ave., Willowdale, 

M2R IHl. 

538 Earl Kitchener Port McNicoll V. Rumney, R.R. 1, Box 190, Victoria Harbour, 

LOK 2A0. 

539 ...Waterloo Waterloo W. R. Smith, 11 Marshall St., N2J2T1. 



176 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

No. Lodge Location Secretary and P.O. Address 

540 Abitibi Iroquois Falls H. T. Beaton, Sr., Box 125, Iroquois Falls. 

541... Tuscan Toronto N. C. Gourlie, 27 Khartoum Ave., Scarborough, 

M1K3Y2. 
542... Metropolitan Toronto E. H. M. Dye, 10 Blithfield Ave., Willowdale 

M2K lYl. 

543 Imperial Toronto R. A. Gibson, 18 Crestland Ave., M4C3L1. 

544 Lincoln Abingdon J. H. Clark, R.R. 1, Smithville, LOR 2A0. 

545 ..J. R. Robertson Toronto L. E. Love, 126 Hadrian Dr., Rexdale, M9W 1V4. 

546 ...Talbot St. Thomas D. F. Graham, 139% Locust St., St. Thomas 

N5R 2C6. 

547 ...Victory Toronto R. Lough, 419 Burnhamthorpe Rd., Islington, 

M9B 2A9. 

548 General Mercer Toronto M. H. Hastings, 317 Pacific Ave., M6P 2P8. 

549 ..Ionic Hamilton J. F. Jennings, 193 East 14th St., L9A 4B7. 

550 Buchanan Hamilton Arthur Hurst, 151 Bendamere Ave., L9C 1N4. 

551 Tuscan Hamilton W. B. Matthews, Apt. 106, 1200 Fennell Ave. E., 

L8T 1T2. 

552 Queen City Toronto B. O'Neill, 7 Ingham Ave., M4K 2W4. 

553 .. Oakwood Toronto D. T. Whitney, 106 Cottonwood Dr., Don Mills 

M3C 2B4. 

554 Border Cities Windsor G. M. Wilson, 2541 GaH Rd., NSW 2Z7. 

555 . Wardrope Hamilton G. W. Roberts, 17 Westaway Place, L9C 2E9. 

556 Nation Spencerville H. G. Reddick, KOE 1X0. 

557 Finch Finch D. K. MacLean, Box 59, KOC IKO. 

558 . S. A. Luke Ottawa W. H. Knight, 2084 Honeywell Ave., K2A 0P8. 

559 ..Palestine Toronto M. Donin, 50 Stonedene Blvd., Willowdale, 

M2R 3C9. 
560... St. Andrew's Ottawa M. A. McCaul. 1249 Joyce Cres., K2C 2N1. 

561 Acacia Ottawa G. E. MacDonald, 292 Kirchoffer Ave., K2A 1Y2. 

562 Hamilton Hamilton F. H. Fletcher, 113 Leland St., L8S 3A3. 

563 Victory Chatham Alfred Mills, 139 Adelaide St. S., Chatham 

N7M 4R6. 

564 Ashlar Ottawa S. G. Davis, 1288 Parkhill Circle, K1H6K3. 

565 Kilwinning Toronto R. H. Collett, 78 Government Rd., Toronto 

M8X 1W3 

566 . King Hiram Toronto J. Kemp, 23 Kinghom Ave., M6N4H1. 

567 St. Aidan's Scarborough H. J. Jeffery, 601 Broadway Ave., Toronto, 

M4G 2S4. 

568 Hullett iondesboro A. Shobbrook, Box 294, NOM 2H0. 

569 Doric Lakeside Donald Seaton, Lakeside, N0M2G0. 

570 Dufferin Toronto W. W. Mclndoe, 91 Botany Hill Rd., Scarbor- 

ough, MIG 3K6. 

571 Antiquity Toronto Peter Tower, 21 Innismore Cresc, Scarborough 

MIR 1C8. 

572 Mizpah Toronto T. J. A. Gamey, 44 Westminster Ave., M6R 1N4. 

573 Adoniram Niagara Falls W. G. Wisby. 3700 Windermere Rd., L2J 2Y5. 

574 Craig Ailsa Craig Harold C. Guilfoyle, Box 66, Ailsa Craig 

NOM lAO. 

575 Fidelity Toronto W. A. Bevis, 37 Risdon Court, Etobicoke, 

M9C 4E6. 

576 Mimosa Toronto C. W. Higgins, 134 Yardley Ave., Toronto 

M4B 2B2. 

577 St. Clair .Thomhill R. B. Norman. 27 Fletcherdon Cresc, Downs- 

view M3M 1S2 

578 Queen's Kingston E. G. Carmichael, 363 Ehnwood St., K7M 2Z2. 

579 Harmony Windsor J. W. Carr, 2879 Riviera Dr., N9E 3A5. 

580 Acacia London H. C. Steele, 989 Glenbaimer Rd., N6E INl. 

581 Harcourt Toronto J. T. B. Colley, 4 Barrydale Cresc, Don Mills 

M3B 3C9. 

582 ..Sunny side Toronto W. A. McKibbin, 107 Budea Cresc, Scarborough 

MIR 4V8 

583 Transportation Toronto J. M. Aikman, 1 Ambleside Ave., M8Z 2H5. 

584 Kaministiquia Thunder Bay H. M. Barth, 352 Kingsway, P7E 2A5, Stn. F. 

585 Royal Edward Kingston E. Martin, 15 Park St., Kingston K7L 1J6. 

586 Remembrance Thomhill E. J. Swanton, Box 16, R.R. 3, Stouffville, 

LOH ILO. 

587 Patricia Thomhill C. J. Long, 207 Kingsdale Ave., Willowdale, 

M2N3X1. 

588 National Capreol H. Jordan, Box 314, POM IHO. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 177 

No. Lodge Location Secretary and P.O. Address 

589 Grey Toronto J. F. Pelherick, 190 Rumsey Rd., M4G 1P5. 

590 Defenders Ottawa H. R. Haywood, 2429 Clementine Blvd., K1V8E1. 

591. North Gate Toronto W. Robt. Macey, 24 Leith HiU Road, Apt. 1614, 

592 Fairbank Toronto WiUowdale M2J 1Z3. 

J. D. Black, 178 Eileen Ave, Toronto M6N IWl. 

593 ..St. Andrew's Hamilton H. Campbell. 4 Elaine Court, L8K 3S3. 

594 .. Hillcrest Hamilton Andrew S. Beck, 1324 Upper Sherman, Hamilton 

L8W 1C2. 
595..Rideau Ottawa L. A. Wood, 22 Gervin St., K2G0J8. 

596 . Martintown Martintown .E. Christie, Box 45, KOC ISO. 

597 ...Temple London ...J. A. Parker, 59 Emery St. E., N6C 2C7. 

598 ...Dominion Windsor J. W. FlaveU, 390 Hyde St., N8X2T5. 

599 ..Mount Dennis Weston Anthony Conti, 69 Denison Rd. West, Weston 

M9N 1B9. 

600 .Maple Leaf Etobicoke A. Christie, 625 Evans Ave., Apt. 603, Etobicoke 

M8W 2W5. 

601 ..Saint Paul Sarnia J. Wright, 1623 Tyrie Dr., N7V 3P6. 

602 ...Hugh Murray Hamilton D. C. Matthews, 315 East Ave. N., L8L5J6. 

603 Campbell Campbellville G. R. Carbert. Box 69, LOP IBO. 

604 Palace Windsor H. Taylor, 8717 Riverside Dr. E., Apt. 910, N8S1G6. 

605 .. Melita Thomhill E. Lister, 7 Manorwood Rd., Scarborough, 

MIP 4G6. 
606. .Unity Toronto R. E. Stansal, 25 Firwood Cresc, Islington 

M9B 2V6. 
607... Golden Fleece Toronto H. J. Long, 91 Castlegrove Blvd., Don Mills 

M3A 1L5. 
608. Gothic Lindsay R. P. Reeds, Box 4, Reaboro, KOL 2X0. 

609 ...Tavistock Tavistock H. Fullick, Hickson, NOJ ILO. 

610 Ashlar London H. A. Unwin, 585 Boler Rd., R.R. 1, N6A 4B5. 

611 Huron-Bruce Toronto C. S. Farmer, 151 Roehampton Ave., M4P 1P9. 

612 ..Birch Cliff Scarborough Allen Meyer, 64 Kelsonia Ave., MIM 1B3. 

613 ...Fort Erie Fon Erie K. G. Hooper, 158 Douglas St., L2A 3W9. 

614 . Adanac St. Catharines A. Thomson, 123 Jacobson Ave., L2T 3A6. 

615 ..Dominion Ridgeway G. A. Lewis, Box 193, Crjstal Beach, LOS IBO. 

616 .. PerfecUon St. Catharines G. A. Mitchell, 194 York St., L2R 6G4. 

617. ..North Bay North Bay D. D. Letts, 691 Norman Ave., North Bay 

PIB 8C2. 

618 ..Thunder Bay Thunder Bay . R. W. Parker, 100 Penfold St., (P), P7A 3K2. 

619 ...Runnymede Toronto Harry Sare, 899 Beechwood Ave., Port Credit 

L5G 4E3. 

620 . Bay of Quinte Thomhill Donald Moss, 3 Greenyards Dr., WiUowdale 

M2M 2R7. 

621 Frontenac Sharbot Lake Roscoe Garrett, R.R. 1, Maberly KOH 2B0. 

622. .Lome Chapleau D. J. Broomhead, Box 142, Chapleau POM IKO 

623 Doric Kirkland Lake R. S. Skelly, Box 963, P2N 3L1. 

624 Dereham Mount Elgin G. McDonald, R.R. 1, NOJ INO. 

625 .. Hatherly Sauk Ste. Marie G. L. Hallam, 35 Grace St., Sault Ste. Marie 

P6A 2S7. 

626 ..Stamford Niagara Falls J. N. Withey, 7233 Dirdene St., Niagara Falls 

L2E 5P2 

627....Pelee Pelee Island Richard Holl, Pelee Island, NOR IMO. 

628 ...Glenrose Ehnira C. E. Blow, Box 490. 

629....Grenville Toronto H. J. Howard, 10 Sunny Glenway, Apt. 1408, 

Don Mills M3C 2Z3 

630 . Prmce of Wales Toronto G. C. Hare, 6 McClinchy Ave., Toronto M8X 2J1. 

631 ..Manitou Emo J. A. Rahn, Barwick POW lAO, via Stratton 

632 Long Branch Mimico H. W. Gibbons, 50 Lake Promenade, Toronto, 

M8W1A1. 

633 ..Hastings Hastings H. J. McColl, Westwood, KOL 3 BO. 

634 Delta Toronto Wm. H. Linge, 21 Valleywoods Rd., Suite 52, Don 

MUls M3A 2R4. 

635 Wellington Toronto L. A. CalUngham, 118 Maxome Ave., WiUowdale, 

M2M 3K5. 

636 Homepayne Homepayne C. K. Finnan, Box 105, Horaepayne POM IZO. 

637 ...Caledonia Toronto L. Chamberlain, 171 Betty Ann Dr., Willowdale, 

M2N 1X5. 

638 Bedford Toronto H. S. Robinson, Apt. 407, 56 Ranleigh Ave.. 

M4N 1X1. 



178 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

No. Lodge Location Secretary and P.O. Address 

639 Beach Hamilton Beach E. Binkley, 188 Aberfoyle Ave., Hamilton 

L8K4S5. 

640 Anthony Sayer Mimlco E. A. Skinner, 66 West Deane Park Dr.. Isling- 

ton, M9B2R9. 
641. .Garden Windsor E. D. Kettlewell, 1186 Prado PI., N8S 2H8. 

642 ...St. Andrew's Windsor John McFarlane, 927 Villatre Ave., Windsor 

N8S 2J5 

643 ...Cathedral Toronto N. G. Christie, 29 Burnett Ave., Willowdale, 

M2N 1V2. 

644 .. Simcoe Toronto Squire Thornton, 49 Thorncliffe Park Dr., Apt. 

1220, M4H 1J6. 

645 ..Lake Shore Mimico H. E. Newton, 42 Lake Crescent, Toronto, 

M8V 1V8. 

646 ..Rowland Mount Albert Wm. ShiUinglaw, Baldwin LOE lAO. 

647 Todmorden Toronto R. Moss, 4 Stanhope Ave., M41C 3N5. 

648 Spruce Falls Kapuskasing G. N. Hopcraft, Box 405, Kapuskasing P5N 2Y5. 

649 Temple Oshawa G. E. Davis. R.R. 6, Hwy 2, Bowmanville, 

Lie 3K.7 
650..Fidehty Toledo G. S. Moran.R.R. 1, KOE lYO. 

651 . Dentonia Toronto Wm. Tennent, 10 lonview Rd., Apt. 400, Scar- 

borough MIK 2Z2. 

652 ..Memorial Toronto L. F. Buttler, 44 Langside Ave., Weston, 

M9N 3E4. 

653 .. Scarboro Scarborough N. R. Davis, 118 Applefield Dr., MIP 3Y2. 

654 ..AncientLandmarks Hamilton L. A. Staples. 51 Belvidere Ave., L9A 3B6. 

655 .Kings way Etobicoke F. Knott, 1355 Stavebank Rd., Mississauga, 

L5G 2V4. 

656 Kenogamisis Geraldton G. A. McEwan, MacLeod Townsite, Geraldton 

POT IMO. 
657. ...Corinthian Kirkl and Lake A. N. Turner, 59-B Prospect Ave., Kirkland 

Lake P2N 2W1 

658. ...Sudbury Sudbur>' J. R. Home. 667 Griffith St., Box 44, P3E4N3. 

659... Equity Orillia J. Kenneth Hutchison, 457 Jamieson Dr., Orillia 

L3V 4Y6. 

660 Chukuni Red Lake G. A. Bremner, Box 2, Cochenour, POV ILO. 

661 .. St. Andrew's St. Catharines A. Hav. 352 Bunting Rd.. L2M 3Y3. 

662 ..Terrace Bay Terrace Bay E. S. Brown, Box 472, P0T2W0. 

663 Brant Burlington Allen KJainka, 505 Hurd Ave., L7S 1S9. 

664 .. Surmylea Etobicoke G. E. Tapp, 46 Glenaden Ave. E., Toronto, 

M8Y 2L3. 

665 ..Temple Ottawa T. H. Birtch, 115 Rossland Ave., Ottawa 

K2G 2L2. 

666 Temple Belleville E. G. Price. R.R. 1, Carrving Place KOK ILO. 

667... Composite Hamilton Chas. C. Watson, 333 East 31st St., Hamilton 

L8V 3P9. 

668 .. Atikokan Atikokan R. B. Mathison, Box 686, AUkokan POT ICO. 

669.. ..Corinthian Cornwall S. L. McLaren, 327 Second St. East, Cornwall 

K6J 1G8. 
670. West Hill Scarborough J. J. Laing, 65 Fairwood Cresc, West Hill, 

M1E3T2. 

671 Westmount Hamilton A. G. Adams, 47 Grenadier Dr., L8T 4E2. 

672 Superior Red Rock D. Martin. Box 945, Nipigon, POT 2J0. 

673 Kempenfeldt Barrie D. H. Pudden, 217 St. Vincent St., L4M 3Z7. 

674 ...South Gate Port Credit John I. Parke, Apt. 804, 7 Elizabeth St. N., Port 

Credit L5G 2Y8 

675 ..W. J. Dunlop Peterborough J. A. Hill. 57 Kingan St., K9H 4T8. 

676 ...Kroy Thomhill G. A. VaUary, 109 Felbrigg Ave., Toronto, 

M5M 2M6. 

677 Coronation Weston L. H. Sommerville. 9 Portage Ave.. M9N 3G5. 

678 Mercer Wilson Woodstock C. S. Cross, 1006 B Nesbitt Cres., N4S7P1. 

679 Centennial Niagara Falls J. L. Grierson. 6623 Glendoone St., L2J IGl. 

680 Woodland Wawa R. C. Barstead. Box 294, POS IKO. 

681 Claude M. Kent....Oakville V. Bell, Box 564, Oakville. 

682 Astra Weston J. C. Wardlaw, 160 Mount Olive Dr., Rexdale, 

M9V2E5. 

683 Wexford Scarborough S. Forsvthe, 75 Aragon Ave., Agincourt, 

MIT lYl. 

684. ..Centennial London C. J. Hill, 170 Bruce St., N6C IHl. 

685 ...J. A. Hearn Port Credit L. F. Inns, 909 Hedge Dr., Mississauga, L4Y 1E9. 



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No. Lodge Location Secretary and P.O. Address 

686. Atomic Deep River J. Muff, Box 90. 

687. ..Meridian Dundas Geo. W. Bolwell, 886 Golf Links Road, Ancaster 

L9G 3K9. 
688..Wyndham Guelph R. G. Tucker, 43 Queen St., Guelph NIE 4R5. 

689 . Flower City Brampton N. D. Davidson, 17 Woodward Ave., Brampton 

L6V 1K2. 

690 Temple Kitchener G. K. Hoffman, 107 Charlotte PL, Kitchener 

N2B 2K4. 

691 . Friendship Copper CUff J. H. Vanderburg, 663 Spruce St., Sudbury, 

P3C 1R3. 

692 T. H. Simpson ... Sioney Creek G. K. Bone, 198 Huxley Ave. S., Hamilton, 

L8K 2R3. 

693 East Gate Scarborough J. F. MacPherson, Suite 1815, 125 Parkway 

Forest Dr., Willowdale M2J 1L9 

694 Baldoon Wallaceburg K. R. Colwell, Box 81, N8A 4L5. 

695 . Parkwood Oshawa J. G. Porter, 162 Lilac Court, LIG 3C2. 

696 Harry L. Martyn Toronto R. J. Woods, 28 Shaunavon Heights, Don Mills, 

M3A2P4. 
697. Grantham St. Catharines A. J. Harley, 345 Geneva St., Apt. 803, St. 

Catharines L2N 2G4. 

698...ElUot Lake Elliot Lake T. W. Turff, 232 Hillside Dr. S., P5A 1N5. 

699. Bethel Sudbury T. N. Arthurs, Box 253, P3E 4N5 

700 Corinthian Kintore W. M. Henderson, R.R. 4, Thamesford, 

NOM 2M0. 

701 Ashlar Tillsonburg G. L. DeU, 113 Queen St., N4G 3H4. 

702 Lodge of 

Fellowship Richmond Hill H. R. Nelson, 183 May Ave., L4C 3S8. 

703 Lodge of the 

Pillars Weston Gerald Segal, 145 Marlee Ave., Apt. 818, Toronto, 

M6B 3H3. 

704... Aurum Timmins L. T. Nicholson, Box 801, Timmins P4N 7G7. 

705 Universe Scarborough L. Abernethy, 6 Wignall Cres., Markham, 

L3P ICl. 

706. David T. 

Campbell Whitby H. M. Douglas, 605 Gilbert St. W., LIN ISl. 

707. Eastern Cornwall L. J. Kuhn, Box 1654, Cornwall K6H 5V6. 

708 Oakridge Byron W. E. Bawden, 1561 McTavish Cres., London, 

N5X 1P6. 
709... Lakehead Thunder Bay W. G. F. Snelgrove, 143 Juniper Dr., P7B 1W4. 

710 Unity Brampton D. MacKenzie, 64 Brookdale Cres., Bramalea, 

L6T 1M7. 

711 Progress Toronto H. W. Lvons. 91 Northdale Blvd., M4B 1X1. 

712 .. Trafalgar Oakville T. A. West, Box 352, Oakville L6J 5A2 

713. Bridgewood Woodbridge J. M. Boak, 25 Sledman St., Mississauga, 

L4T 1K6. 

714. Battlefield Stoney Creek S. J. Griffin, 17 Bolan Court, Hamilton, 

L8V 1S6. 

715. Islington Etobicoke James Porter, 24 Bridgetown Dr. Etobicoke 

M9C 2P4. 

716... Ionic London C. G. Smuck, 20 Thornton Ave., N5Y2Y2. 

7 17... Willowdale Thornhill G. H. Loxton, 48 Harlandale Ave., Willowdale. 

M2N IPl. 

718 ..Twin Lakes Orillia S. L. Wellwood, R.R. 3, L3V6H3. 

719 .. Otisippi Samia W. T. Towner, 916 Kemsley Dr. N7V 2M5. 

720. Confederation Scarborough D. G. Bee, 20 Kirkdale Cres., Don Mills, 

M3B 2J8. 

721...Bytown Ottawa W. D. Lee, 2123 Kingsley Rd., K2C 2X6. 

722... Concord Cambridge W. S. McVittie, 50 Renwick Ave., Cambridge, 

N3C 2T7 
723 Brotherhood Waterloo Wm. R. Smith, 11 Marshall St., Waterloo 

N2J 2T1 

724. Trillium Guelph J. C. Masecar, 75 Nottingham St., Guelph 

NIH 3A9. 

725. WelUngton Square. Burlington John G. Robbins, 2106 Gary Cresc, Burlington 

L7R 1T2. 

726 Andor Gero Etobicoke Frank Falus, 64 Bellbury Cresc, Willowdale 

M2J 2J8. 



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List of Lodges - By Districts 

ALGOMA DISTRICT — (12 Lodges) 
D.D,G.M. — R.W. Bro. James M. Tarllng, Tbander Bay. 

No. 287 — Shuniah Thunder Bay No. 618 — Thunder Bay Thunder Bay 

No. 415 — Fort WilUam Thunder Bay No. 636 — Hornepayne Homepayne 

No. 453 — Royal Thunder Bay No. 656 — Kenogamisis Geraldton 

No. 499 — Port Arthur .Thunder Bay No. 662 — Terrace Bay ..Terrace Bay 

No. 511 — Connaught ...Thunder Bay No. 672 — Superior Red Rock 

No. 584 — Kaministiquia Thunder Bay No. 709 — Lakehead Thunder Bay 

BRANT DISTRICT — (14 Lodges) 

D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Ernest A. Welt, Nanticoke 

No. 35 — St. John's Cayuga No. 243 — St. George St. George 

No. 45 — Brant Brantford No. 319 — Hiram Hagersville 

No. 82 — St. John's Paris No. 329 — King Solomon Jarvis 

No. 106 — Burford Burford No. 505 — Lynden Lynden 

No. 113 — Wilson Waterford No. 508— Ozias Brantford 

No. 121 — Doric Brantford No. 515— Reba ...-. Brantford 

No. 193 — Scotland Scotland No. 519 — Onondaga Onondaga 

BRUCE DISTRICT — (12 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Donald E. Murray, Clifford 

No. 131 — St. Lawrence Southampton No. 393 — Forest Chesley 

No. 197 — Saugeen Walkerton No. 396 — Cedar Wiarton 

No. 235— Aldworth Paisley No. 429— Port Elgin Port Elgin 

No. 262 — Harriston Harriston No. 431 — Moravian Cargill 

No. 315— Chfford Clifford No. 432— Hanover Hanover 

No. 362 — Maple Leaf Tara No. 436 — Bums Hepworth 

CHATH.\M DISTRICT — (IS Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Edsel C. Steen, Wallacebnrg 

No. 46 — VVelLington Chatham No. 336 — Highgate Highgate 

No. 245 — Tecumseh Thamesville No. 390 — Florence Florence 

No. 255 — Sydenham Dresden No. 391 — Howard Ridgetown 

No. 267 — Parthenon Chatham No. 422 — Star of the East .. Bothwell 

No. 274 — Kent Blenheim No. 457 — Century Merlin 

No. 282 — Lome Glencoe No. 563 — Victory Chatham 

No. 312 — Pnyx Wallaceburg No. 694 — Baldoon Wallaceburg 

No. 327 — Hammond Wardsville 

EASTERN DISTRICT — (20 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. W. T. Russell Hay, Hawkesbnry 

No. 21a — St. John's .. Vankleek Hill No. 439 — Alexandria Alexandria 

No. 125 — Cornwall Comwall No. 450 — Hawkesbury . Hawkesbury 

No. 142 — Excelsior Morrisburg No. 452 — Avonmore Avonmore 

No. 143 — Friendly Brothers' Iroquois No. 458 — Wales Long Sauk 

No. 186 — Plantagenet Riceville No. 480 — Williamsburg Williamsburg 

No. 207 — Lancaster Lancaster No. 491 — Cardinal Cardinal 

No. 256 — Farran-Ault Ingleside No. 557 — Finch Finch 

No. 320 — Chesterville Chesterville No. 596 — Martintown .. Martintown 

No. 383 — Henderson Winchester No. 669 — Corinthian Comwall 

No. 418 — Maxville Maxville No. 707— Eastern Comwall 

FRONTENAC DISTRICT — (18 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Easton F. Fox, Mountain Grove 

No. 3 — Ancient St. Jolm's Kingston No. 253 — Minden Kingston 

No. 9 — Union Napanee No. 299 — Victoria Centreville 

No. 92 — Cataraqui Kingston No. 404 — Lome Tamworth 

No. 109 — Albion Harrowsmith No. 441 — Westport Westport 

No. 119 — Maple Leaf Bath No. 460 — Rideau Seeleys Bay 

No. 146 — Prince of Wales Newburgh No. 497 — St. Andrew's Arden 

No. 157 — Simpson Newboro No. 578 — Queen's Kingston 

No. 201 — Leeds Gananoque No. 585 — Royal Edward Kingston 

No. 228 — Prince Arthur Odessa No. 621 — Frontenac . Sharbot Lake 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 181 

GEORGIAN DISTRICT — (21 Lodges) 

D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Ross Hntchinson, Barrie. 

No. 90 — Manito Coliingwood No. 385 — Spry Beeton 

No. 96 — Corinthian Barrie No. 444 — Nitetis Creemore 

No. 192 — Orillia Orillia No. 466 — Coronation Elmvale 

No. 230 — Kerr Barrie No. 467 — ^Tottenham Tottenham 

No. 234 — Beaver Thornbury No. 470 — Victoria ..Victoria Harbour 

No. 236 — Manitoba Cookstown No. 492 — Kamak Coldwater 

No. 249 — Caledonian Midland No. 538— Earl Kitchener 

No. 266 — Northern Light Stayner Pt. McNicoll 

No. 285 — Seven Star Alliston No. 659 — Equity Orillia 

No. 304 — Minerva Stroud No. 673 — Kempenfeldt Barrie 

No. 348 — Georgian Midland No. 718 — Twin Lakes Orillia 

GREY DISTRICT — (12 Lodges) 

D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Daniel E. Ritchie, Dnndalk 

No. 88 — St. George's Owen Sound No. 333 — Prince Arthur . Flesherton 

No. 137 — Pythagoras Meaford No. 334 — Prince Arthur Arthur 

No. 200 — St. Alban's Mount Forest No. 377 — Lome Shelbume 

No. 216 — Harris Orangeville No. 421 — Scott Grand Valley 

No. 306 — Durham Durham No. 449 — Dundalk Dundalk 

No. 322— North Star .. Owen Sound No. 490— Hiram Markdale 

HAMILTON DISTRICT A — (14 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Harry Greenwood, Burlington 

No. 6 — The Barton Hamilton No. 603 — Campbell .. Campbellville 

No. 40 — St. John's Hamilton No. 639 — Beach Hamilton 

No. 135 — St. Clair Milton No. 663— Brant Burlington 

No. 165 — Burlington Burlington No. 681 — C. M. Kent Oakville 

No. 357 — Waterdown Millgrove No. 712 — Trafalgar Oakville 

No. 400 — Oakville Oakville No. 725— Wellington 

No. 475 — Dundum Hamilton Square Burlington 

No. 551 — Tuscan Hamilton 

HAMILTON DISTRICT B — (14 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Orval D. BeU, Binbrook 

No. 7 — Union Grimsby No. 382 — Doric Hamilton 

No. 27 — Strict No. 544 — Lincoln Abingdon 

Observance .. Hamilton No. 593 — St. Andrew's Hamilton 

No. 57 — Harmony Binbrook No. 594 — Hillcrest Hamilton 

No. 61 — Acacia Hamilton No. 667 — Composite Hamilton 

No. 62 — St. Andrew's Caledonia No. 692 — ^Thomas Hamilton 

No. 166 — Wentworth Stoney Creek Simpson Stoney Creek 

No. 185— Enniskillen York No. 714— Battlefield .. Stoney Creek 

HAMILTON DISTRICT C — (14 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Gerald E. Smith, OakviUe 

No. 100 — Valley Dundas No. 555 — Wardrope Hamilton 

No. 272 — Seymour Ancaster No. 562 — The Hamilton . . Hamilton 

No. 291— Dufferin W. Flamboro No. 602— Hugh Murray .... Hamilton 

No. 324 — Temple Hamilton No. 654 — Ancient 

No. 495 — Electric Hamilton Landmarks .. Hamilton 

No. 513 — Corinthian Hamilton No. 671 — Westmount Hamilton 

No. 549 — Ionic Hamilton No. 687 — Meridian Dundas 

No. 550 — Buchanan Hamilton 

LONDON EAST DISTRICT — (13 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. William G. Walker, Springfield 

No. 20 — St. John's London No. 380 — Union London 

No. 64 — Kilwinning London No. 394 — King Solomon Thamesford 

No. 190— Belmont Belmont No. 399— Moffat Harrietsville 

No. 300 — Mount Olivet .. Thomdale No. 597— Temple London 

No. 344 — Merrill Dorchester No. 684 — Centennial London 

No. 345 — Nilestown Nilestown No. 716 — Ionic London 

No. 379 — Middlesex Bryanston 



182 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

LONDON WEST DISTRICT — (14 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Joseph Hessey, London 

No. 42 — St. George's London No. 358 — Delaware Valley Delaware 

No. 81 — St. John's Mount Brydges No. 378 — King Solomon's London 

No. 107 — St. Paul's Lambeth No. 388— Henderson llderton 

No. 195 — Tuscan London No. 529 — Myra Komoka 

No. 209a-St. John's London No. 580 — Acacia London 

No. 289— Doric Lobo No. 610 — Ashlar Byron 

No. 330 — Corinthian London No. 708 — Oakridge Byron 

MUSKOKA - PARRY SOUNT) DISTRICT — (8 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Robert L. Duncan, Gravenhorst 

No. 352 — Granite Parry Sound No. 423 — Strong Sundridge 

No. 360 — Muskoka Bracebridge No. 434 — Algonquin Emsdale 

No. 376 — Unity Huntsville No. 443 — Powassan Powassan 

No. 409 — Golden Rule Gravenhurst No. 454 — Corona Burks Falls 

NIAGARA DISTRICT A — (14 Lodges) 
DJD.CM. — R.W. Bro. Roland E. Westlake, St. Catharines 

No. 2 — Niagara Niagara-on-Lake No. 296 — Temple St. Catharines 

No. 15 — St. George's St. Catharines No. 338— Dufferin VVellandport 

No. 32 — Amitv Dunnville No. 502 — Coronation ... Smithville 

No. 103 — Maple Leaf St. Catharines No. 614 — Adanac St. Catharines 

No. 115 — Ivy Beamsville No. 616 — Perfection St. Catharines 

No. 221 — Mountain Thorold No. 661 — St. Andrew's St.Catharines 

No. 277 — Seymour . St. Catharines No. 697 — Grantham St. Catharines 

N1AGAR.\ DISTRICT B — (14 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. C. Kenneth Sonder, Fort Erie 

No. 105 — St. Mark's Niagara Falls No. 471 — KingEdwardVII Chippawa 

No. 168— Merritt Welland No. 535— Phoenix Fonthill 

No. 169 — Macnab . Port Colbome No. 573 — Adoniram . Niagara Falls 

No. 254 — Clifton Niagara Falls No. 613— Fort Erie Fort Erie 

No. 337 — Myrtle Port Robinson No. 615 — Dominion Ridgeway 

No. 372 — Palmer Fort Erie No. 626 — Stamford . ..Niagara Falls 

No. 373 — Cope-Stone Welland No. 679 — Centennial Niagara Falls 

NTFISSEVG CEN'TRE DISTRICT — (9 Ledges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. William C. MacDongall, Manitowaning 

No. 427— Nickel Sudbury No. 588— National Capreol 

No. 455— Doric Little Current No. 658— Sudbury Sudbury 

No. 472— Gore Bay Gore Bay No. 691— Friendship Copper Cliff 

No. 527 — Espanola Espanola No. 699 — Bethel Sudbury 

No. 536 — Algonquin .. Copper CUff 

NTPISSING EAST DISTRICT — (8 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Robert B. Coxford, North Bay 

No. 405 — Mattawa Mattawa No. 485 — Haileybury Haileybury 

No. 420— Nipissing North Bay No. 486— Silver Cobalt 

No. 447— Sturgeon Falls No. 507— Elk Lake Elk Lake 

Sturgeon Falls No. 617 — North Bay North Bay 

No. 462 — Temiskaming NewLiskeard 

NIPISSING WEST DISTRICT —(8 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. George Y. Masters, Sanlt Ste. Marie 

No. 412 — Kevstone Sault Ste. Marie No. 622 — Lome Chapleau 

No. 442— Dyment Thessalon No. 625 — Hatherly Sault Ste. Marie 

No. 469 — Algoma Sault Ste. Marie No. 680 — Woodland Wawa 

No. 487 — Penewobikong Blind River No. 698 — Elliot Lake ..Elliot Lake 

NORTH HURON DISTRICT — (12 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Donald P. McKay, Ripley 

No. 93 — Northern Light Kincardine No. 286 — Wingham Wingham 

No. 162— Forest Wroxeter No. 303— Blyth Blyth 

No. 184 — Old Light Lucknow No. 314 — Blair Palmerston 

No. 225 — Bernard Listowel No. 331 — Fordwich Fordwich 

No. 276 — Teeswater Teeswater No. 341 — Bruce Tiverton 

No. 284 — St. John's Brussels No. 568 — Hullett Londesboro 



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ONTARIO DISTRICT — US Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Donald A. Fear, Oshawa 

No. 17 — St. John's Cobourg No. 139 — Lebanon Oshawa 

No. 26 — Ontario Port Hope No. 270 — Cedar Oshawa 

No. 30 — Composite Whitby No. 325— Orono Orono 

No. 31 — Jerusalem Bowmanville No. 428 — Fidelity Port Perry 

No. 39 — Mount Zion Brooklin No. 649 — Temple Oshawa 

No. 66 — Durham Newcastle No. 695 — Parkwood Oshawa 

No. 91— Colborne Colborne No. 706— David T.Campbell Whitby 

No. 114 — Hope Port Hope 

OTTAWA DISTRICT 1 — (15 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Leonard W. Westwell, Ottawa 

No. 58 — Doric Ottawa No. 476 — Corinthian ..North Gower 

No. 63— St. John's . Carleton Place No. 479— Russell Russell 

No. 147 — Mississippi Almonte No. 517 — Hazeldean Hazeldean 

No. 148 — Civil Service Ottawa No. 558 — Sidney Albert Luke Ottawa 

No. 159 — Goodwood Richmond No. 560 — St. Andrew's Ottawa 

No. 231 — Lodge of Fidelity .Ottawa No. 561 — Acacia Ottawa 

No. 371 — Prince of Wales ...Ottawa No. 665 — Temple Ottawa 

No. 465— Carleton Carp 

OTTAWA DISTRICT 2 —(15 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Lewis J. McAdam, Ottawa 

No. 52 — Dalhousie Ottawa No. 516 — Enterprise Beachburg 

No. 122 — Renfrew Renfrew No. 526 — Ionic Ottawa 

No. 128 — Pembroke Pembroke No. 564 — Ashlar Ottawa 

No. 177— The Builders Ottawa No. 590 — Defenders Ottawa 

No. 196 — Madawaska Amprior No. 595 — Rideau Ottawa 

No. 264 — Chaudiere Ottawa No. 686 — Atomic Deep River 

No. 433 — Bonnechere Eganville No. 721 — Bytown Ottawa 

No. 459— Cobden Cobden 

PETERBOROUGH DISTRICT — (12 Lodges) 

D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. John W. Auckland, Norwood 

No. 101 — Corinthian . Peterborough No. 374 — Kecne Keene 

No. 126 — Golden Rule Campbellford No. 435 — Haveiock Havelock 

No. 145— J. B. Hall Millbrook No. 523— Royal Arthur Peterborough 

No. 155 — Peterborough Peterborough No. 633 — Hastings Hastings 

No. 161 — Percy Warkworth No. 675 — William James 

No. 223 — Norwood Norwood Dunlop Peterborough 

No. 313 — Clementi Lakefield 

PRINCE EDWARD DISTRICT — (17 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M — R.W. Bro. Benjamin C. Thompson, Brighton 

No. 11 — Moira Belleville No. 164 — Star in the East Wellington 

No. 18 — Prince Edward Plcton No. 215 — Lake Ameliasburg 

No. 29 — United Brighton No. 222 — Marmora Marmora 

No. 38— Trent Trenton No. 239— Tweed Tweed 

So. 48 — Madoc Madoc No. 283 — Eureka Belleville 

No. 50 — Consecon Consecon No. 401 — Craig Deseronto 

No. 69— Stirling Stirling No. 482— Bancroft Bancroft 

No. 123— Belleville Belleville No. 666— Temple Belleville 

No. 127 — Franck Frankford 

SARNIA DISTRICT — (21 Lodges) 

D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. C. lack Rowland, Arkona 

No. 56 — Victoria Samla No. 323 — Alvinston Alvinston 

No. 83 — Beaver Strathroy No. 328 — Ionic Napier 

No. 116 — Cassia Thedford No. 392 — Huron Camlachie 

No. 153 — Burns' Wyoming No. 397 — Leopold Brigden 

No. 158 — Alexandra Oil Springs No. 419 — Liberty Sarnia 

No. 194 — Petrolia PetroUa No. 425— St. Clair Sombra 

No. 238— Havelock Watford No. 437— Tuscan Sarnia 

No. 260 — Washington Petrolia No. 503 — Inwood Inwood 

No. 263— Forest Forest No. 601— St. Paul Sarnia 

No. 294 — Moore Courtright No. 719 — Otisippi Sarnia 

No. 307 — Arkona Arkona 



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SOUTH HURON DISTRICT — (17 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. A. Earl Watson, St. Marys 

33 — Maitland Goderich 

73— St. James St. Marys 

84 — Clinton Clinton 

133 — Lebanon Forest Exeter 

141— Tudor Mitchell 

144 — Tecumseh Stratford 

154 — Irving Lucan 

170 — Britannia Seaforth 

224 — Huron Hensall 

ST. LAWRENCE DISTRICT — (19 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Wilbert Kerr, Balderson 



No. 233— Doric Parkhill 

No. 309 — Morning Star Carlow 

No. 332— Stratford Stratford 

No. 456 — Elma Monkton 

No. 478 — Milverton Milverton 

No. 483 — <jranion Granton 

No. 574 — Craig Ailsa Craig 

No. 609 — Tavistock Tavistock 



5 — Sussex Brockville 

14 — True Britons' Perth 

24 — St. Francis Smiths Falls 

28 — Mount Zion Kemptville 

55 — Merrickville Merrickville 
74 — St. James South Augusta 

85 — Rising Sun AQiens 

1 10 — Central Prescott 

209 — Evergreen Lanark 

242 — Macoy Malloryto wn 



No. 368— Salera Brockville 

No. 370 — Harmony Delta 

No. 387 — Lansdowne Lansdowne 

No. 389 — CrystalFountain N.Augusta 

No. 416 — Lyn Lyn 

No. 489 — Osiris Smiths Falls 

No. 504 — Otter Lombardy 

No. 556 — Nation Spencerville 

No. 650— Fidelity Toledo 



ST. THOMAS DISTr:iCT — (11 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Donald F. Graham, St. Thomas 



44 — St. Thomas St. Thomas 

94 — St. Mark's Port Stanley 

120 — Warren Fingal 

140 — Malahide Aylmer 

171 — Prince of Wales ..lona Sta. 
232 — Cameron Dutton 



No. 302— St. David's St. Thomas 

No. 364 — Dufferin Melbourne 

No. 386— McColl . West Lome 

No. 411 — Rodney Rodney 

No. 546— Talbot St. Thomas 



TEMISKAMING DISTRICT — (9 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Maurice C. Hettrick, Kirkland Lake 

No. 506 — Porcupine S. Porcupine No. 623 — Doric Kirkland Lake 

No. 528 — Golden Beaver Timmins No. 648 — Spruce Falls Kapuskasing 

No. 530 — Cochrane Cochrane No. 657 — Corinthian Kirkland Lake 

No. 534 — Englehart Englehart No. 704 — Aurum Timmins 

No. 540 — Abitibi Iroquois Falls 



TORONTO DISTRICT 1 — (20 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Aksel Aggerholm, Mississauga 



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229 — Ionic Brampton 

356 — River Park .. Streetsville 

426 — Stanley Toronto 

474 — Victoria Toronto 

501 — Connaught Mimico 

524 — Mississauga ..Port Credit 

525 — Temple Toronto 

548 — General Mercer ... Toronto 

565 — Kilwinning Toronto 

566 — King Hiram Toronto 



No. 619 — Runnymede Toronto 

No. 630 — Prince of Wales Toronto 

No. 632 — Long Branch Mimico 

No. 640 — Anthony Sayer Mimico 

No. 645 — Lake Shore Mimico 

No. 652 — Memorial Toronto 

No. 674 — South Gate Port Credit 
No. 685— Jos. A. Heam Pt. Credit 
No. 689 — Flower City . Brampton 
No. 710 — Unity Brampton 



TORONTO DISTRICT 2 — (19 Lodges) 



D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. C 

305 — Humber Weston 

346 — Occident Toronto 

369 — Mimico Etobicoke 

5 1 — Parkdale Etobicoke 

522— Mt. Sinai Toronto 

531— High Park Thomhill 

575— Fidelity Toronto 

582 — Sunnyside Toronto 

583 — Transportation Toronto 

587— Patricia Thomhill 



Jobn Woodbnrn, Mississauga 

No. 599 — Mt. Dennis Weston 

No. 600 — Maple Leaf Etobicoke 

No. 605— Melita Thomhill 

No. 655 — Kingsway Etobicoke 

No. 664 — Sunnylea Etobicoke 

No. 677 — Coronation Weston 

No. 682 — Astra Weston 

No. 703— Lodge of 

the Pillars Weston 

No. 715 — Islington Etobicoke 



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TOUONTO DISTRICT 3 — (16 Lodges) 
D.D.G.1VI. — R.W. Bro. J. Earle Moore, Islington 



No. 16 — St. Andrew's Toromo 

No. 25 — Ionic Toronto 

No. 75 — St. Johns Toronto 

No. 136 — Richardson Stouffville 

No. 218 — Stevenson Toronto 

No. 220— Zeredatha Uxbridge 

No. 316 — Doric Toronto 

No. 339— Orient Toronto 



No. 343 — Georgina Toronto 

No. 424 — Doric Pickering 

No. 473 — Beaches Scarborough 

No. 567 — St. Aidan's Scarborough 
No. 612— Birch Cliff Scarborough 

No. 620— Bay of Quinte Thomhill 

No. 637 — Caledonia Toronto 

No. 720 — Confederation Scarborough 



TORONTO DISTRICT 4 — (18 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Kenneth J. Cohoon, Scarborongh 



No. 87 — Markham Union Markham 
No. 269 — BroughamUnion Claremont 

No. 430 — Acacia Toronto 

No. 494 — Riverdale Toronto 

No. 520 — Coronati Toronto 

No. 532 — Canada Toronto 

No. 543 — Imperial Toronto 

No. 545 — JohnRossRobertsonToronto 
No. 552 — Queen City Toronto 



No. 576 — Mimosa Toronto 

No. 647 — Todmorden Toronto 

No. 651 — Dentonia Toronto 

No. 653 — Scarboro Scarborough 

No. 670 — West Hill Scarborough 

No. 683 — Wexford Scarborough 

No. 693 — East Gate Scarborough 

No. 705 — Universe Scarborough 

No. 711 — Progress Toronto 



TORONTO DISTRICT 5 — (16 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. John L. Fennell, Bradford 



No. 22 — King Solomon's Toronto 
No. 23 — Richmond Richmond Hill 

No. 65 — Rehoboam Toronto 

No. 79— Simcoe Bradford 

No. 86 — Wilson Toronto 

No. 97 — Sharon Queensville 

No. 99 — Tuscan Newmarket 

No. 247 — Ashlar Toronto 

No. 326 — Zetland Toronto 



No. 438 — Harmony Thomhill 

No. 481 — Corinthian Toronto 

No. 577— St. Clair Thomhill 

No. 581 — Harcourt Toronto 

No. 629 — Grenville Toronto 

No. 702 — Lodge of Fellowship 

Richmond Hill 

No. 726 — Andor Gero . Etobicoke 



TORONTO DISTRICT 6 — (16 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Raymond Famess, Weston 



No. 129 — Rising Sun Aurora 

No. 156 — York Toronto 

No. 265— Patterson Thomhill 

No. 512 — Malone Sutton West 

No. 542 — Metropolitan Toronto 

No. 553 — Oakwood Toronto 

No. 591 — North Gate Toronto 

No. 592 — Fairbank Toronto 



No. 606 — Unity Toronto 

No. 607— Golden Fleece Toronto 

No. 634 — Delta Toronto 

No. 638— Bedford Toronto 

No. 646— Rowland Mt. Albert 

No. 676 — Kroy Thomhill 

No. 696 — Harry L. Martyn Toronto 
No. 717— Willowdale Richmond Hill 



TORONTO DISTRICT 7 — (26 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Robert C. Ward, Scarborongh 



No. 54 — Vaughan Maple 

No. 98— True Blue Bolton 

No. 118 — Union Schomberg 

No. 292 — Robertson King 

No. 311 — Blackwood . Woodbridge 

No. 367 — St. George Toronto 

No. 384 — Alpha Toronto 

No. 410 — Zeta Toronto 

No. 468— Peel Caledon East 

No. 496 — University Toronto 

No. 514 — St. Alban's Thomhill 

No. 533 — Shamrock Toronto 

No. 537— Ulster Toronto 



No. 541 — Tuscan Toronto 

No. 547 — Victory Toronto 

No. 559 — Palestine Toronto 

No. 570 — Dufferin Toronto 

No. 571 — Antiquity Toronto 

No. 572 — Mizpah Toronto 

No. 586 — Remembrance Thomhill 

No. 589 — Grey Toronto 

No. 611 — Huron-Bmce Toronto 

No. 635— Wellington Toronto 

No. 643 — Cathedral Toronto 

No. 644 — Simcoe Toronto 

No. 713 — Bridgewood Woodbridge 



186 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 



VICTORIA DISTRICT — (14 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. A. Gordon Oliver, Bobcaygeon 



No. 77 — Faithful Brethren Lindsay 
No. 268 — Verulam Bobcaygeon 

No. 354 — Brock Cannington 

No. 375 — Lome Omemee 

No. 398— Victoria Kirkfield 

No. 406 — Spry Fenelon Falls 

No. 40S — Murray Beaverton 



No. 440 — Arcadia Minden 

No. 451 — Somerville Kinmount 

No. 463 — NorthEntrance Haliburton 
No. 464 — King Edward . Sunderland 
No. 477 — Harding Woodville 
No. 498 — King George V . Coboconk 
.Vo. 608 — Gothic Lindsay 



WATERLOO DISTRICT — (14 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Roy S. Sparrow, Drambo 



No. 72 — Alma Cambridge 

No. 151 — Grand River Kitchener 

No. 172 — Ayr Ayr 

No. 205 — NewDom'n New Hamburg 

No. 257 — Gait Cambridge 

No. 279 — New Hope Cambridge 

No 297 — Preston Cambridge 



No. 318— Wilmot Baden 

No. 509 — Twin City Kitchener 

No. 539 — Waterloo Waterloo 

No. 628 — Glenrose Elmira 

Xo. 690 — Temple Kitchener 

No. 722 — Concord Cambridge 

No. 723 — Brotherhood Waterloo 



WELLINGTON DISTRICT — (11 Lodges). 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Chester D. Anderson, Acton 



No. 180— Speed Guelph 

No. 203 — Irvine Elora 

No. 219 — Credit Georgetown 

No. 258— Guelph Guelph 

No. 271— Wellington Erin 



No. 295 — Conestogo Drayton 

No. 321 — Walker Acton 

No. 347 — Mercer Fergus 

No. 361 — Waverley Guelph 

No. 688— Wvndham Guelph 

No. 724 — ^Trillium Guelph 



WESTERN DISTRICT — (10 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Wesley H. Houston, Sionx Lookout 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 

No. 



414 — Pequonga Kenora 

417 — Keewaiin Keewatin 

445 — Lake of the Woods Kenora 

446 — Granite Fort Frances 

461 — Ionic Rainy River 



No. 484 — Golden Star Dryden 

No. 518 — Sioux Lookout SiouxL'out 

No. 631 — Manitou . Emo 

No. 660 — Chukuni Red Lake 

No. 668 — Atikokan Atikokan 



WILSON DISTRICT — (23 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. Lloyd L. Miles, Mount Elgin 



No. 10 — Norfolk Simcoe No. 

No. 37 — King Hiram Ingersoll No. 

No. 43 — King Solomon's Woodstock No. 

No. 68— St. John's Ingersoll No. 

No. 76 — Oxford Woodstock No. 

No. 78— King Hiram .. Tillsonburg No. 

No. 104 — St. John's Norwich No. 

No. 108 — Blenheim Princeton No. 

No. 149 — Erie Port Dover No. 

No. 174 — Walsingham Port Rowan No. 

No. 178— Plattsville Plattsville No. 

No. 181 — Oriental Port Burwell 



217— Frederick Delhi 

237 — Vienna Vienna 

250 — Thistle Embro 

259— Springfield Springfield 

261 — Oak Branch Innerkip 

359 — Vittoria Vittoria 

569 — Doric Lakeside 

624 — Dereham Mt. Elgin 

678 — Mercer Wilson Woodstock 

700 — Corinthian Kintore 

701 — Ashlar Tillsonburg 



WTVDSOR DISTRICT — (19 Lodges) 
D.D.G.M. — R.W. Bro. R. Lyle Mosey, Windsor 

No. 500 — Rose Windsor 

No. 521 — Ontario Windsor 

No. 554 — Border Cities Windsor 

No. 579 — Harmony Windsor 

No. 598 — Dominion Windsor 

No. 604 — Palace Windsor 

No. 627— Pelee Pelee Island 

No. 641 — Garden Windsor 

No. 642 — St. Andrew's Windsor 



No. 34 — Thistle Amherstburg 

No. 41 — St. George's Kingsville 

No. 47 — Great Western Windsor 
No. 290 — Leamington Leamington 

No. 395 — Parvaim Comber 

No. 402 — Central Essex 

No. 403 — Windsor Windsor 

No. 413— Naphtali Tilbury 

No. 448 — Xenophon Wheatley 

No. 488— King Edward Harrow 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 187 

RECAPITULATION 

Algoma District 12 Lodges 

Brant District 14 Lodges 

Bruce District !!.L!^!!.'r !!!! 12 Lodges 

Chatham District 15 Lodges 

Eastern District 20 Lodges 

Frontenac District ".!"''."''!!!'''.^^!' 18 Lodges 

Georgian District 21 Lodges 

Grey District "...!!!!'. Ll2 Lodges 

Hamilton A District 14 Lodges 

Hamilton B District 14 Lodges 

Hamilton C District ' 14 Lodges 

London East District .. . 13 Lodges 

London West District !... 14 Lodges 

Muskoka — Parry Sound District 8 Lodges 

Niagara A District 14 Lodges 

Niagara B District 14 Lodges 

Nipissing Centre District 9 Lodges 

Nipissing East District 8 Lodges 

Nipissing West District 8 Lodges 

North Huron District 12 Lodges 

Ontario District 15 Lodges 

Ottawa District 1 15 Lodges 

Ottawa District 2 15 Lodges 

Peterborough District 12 Lodges 

Prince Edward District 17 Lodges 

Sarnia District 21 Lodges 

South Huron District 17 Lodges 

St. Lawrence District 19 Lodges 

St. Thomas District 11 Lodges 

Temiskaming District 9 Lodges 

Toronto 1 District 20 Lodges 

Toronto 2 District 19 Lodges 

Toronto 3 District 16 Lodges 

Toronto 4 District 18 Lodges 

Toronto 5 District 16 Lodges 

Toronto 6 District 16 Lodges 

Toronto 7 District 26 Lodges 

Victoria District 14 Lodges 

Waterloo District 14 Lodges 

Wellington District 11 Lodges 

Western District 10 Lodges 

Wilson District 23 Lodges 

Windsor District 19 Lodges 

639 



188 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 



LODGES, ALPHABETICALLY 



No. and Name Location 

540 Abitibi Iroquois Falls 

61 Acacia Hamilton 

430 Acacia Toronto 

561 Acacia Ottawa 

580 Acacia London 

614 Adanac St. Catharines 

573 Adoniram Niagara Falls 

109 Albion Harrowsmith 

235 Aldworth Paisley 

158 Alexandra Oil Springs 

439 Alexandria Alexandria 

469 Algoma Sault Ste. Marie 

434 Algonquin Emsdale 

536 Algonquin Copper Cliff 

72 Alma Cambridge 

384 Alpha Toronto 

323 Alvinston Alvinston 

32 Amity Dunnville 

654 Ancient Landmarks .. Hamilton 

3 Ancient St. John's Kingston 

726 Andor Gero Etobicoke 

640 Anthony Saver Mimico 

571 Antiquity Toronto 

440 Arcadia Minden 

307 Arkona Arkona 

247 Ashlar , Toronto 

564 Ashlar Ottawa 

610 Ashlar Byron 

701 Ashlar Tillsonburg 

682 Astra Weston 

668 Atikokan Atikokan 

686 Atomic Deep River 

704 Aunim Timmins 

452 Avonmore Avomnore 

172 Ayr Ayr 

694 Baldoon Wallaceburg 

482 Bancroft Bancroft 

6 Barton Hamilton 

714 Battlefield Stoney Creek 

620 Bay of Quinte Thornhill 

639 Beach Hamilton Beach 

473 Beaches Scarborougli 

83 Beaver Strathroy 

234 Beaver Thornbury 

638 Bedford Toronto 

123 Belleville Belleville 

190 Belmont Belmont 

225 Bernard Listowel 

699 Bethel Sudburv 

612 Birch Cliff Scarborough 

311 Blackwood Woodbridge 

314 Blair Palmerston 

108 Blenheim Princeton 

303 Blyth Blyth 

433 Bonnechere Eganville 

554 Border Cities Windsor 

45 Brant Brantford 

663 Brant Burlington 

713 Bridgewood Woodbridge 

170 Britannia Seaforth 

354 Brock Cannington 

269 Brougham Union ... Claremont 

723 Brotherhood Waterloo 

341 Bruce Tiverton 

550 Buchanan Hamilton 

106 Burford Burford 



No. and Name Location 

165 Burlington Burlington 

153 Burns' Wyoming 

436 Burns Hepworth 

721 Bytown Ottawa 

637 Caledonia Toronto 

249 Caledonian Midland 

232 Cameron Dutton 

603 Campbell Campbellville 

532 Canada Toronto 

491 Cardinal Cardinal 

465 Carleton Carp 

116 Cassia Thedford 

92 Cataraqui Kingston 

643 Cathedral Toronto 

110 Central Prescott 

402 Central Essex 

270 Cedar Oshawa 

396 Cedar Wiarton 

684 Centennial London 

679 Centennial Niagara Falls 

457 Century Merlin 

264 Chaudiere Ottawa 

320 Chesterville Chesterville 

660 Chukuni Red Lake 

148 Civil Service Ottawa 

681 Claude M. Kent Oakville 

313 Clementi Lakefield 

315 Clifford Clifford 

254 Clifton Niagara Falls 

84 Clinton Clinton 

459 Cobden Cobden 

530 Cochrane Cochrane 

91 Colborne Colbome 

30 Composite Whitby 

667 Composite Hamilton 

722 Concord Cambridge 

295 Conestogo Drayton 

720 Confederation Scarborough 

501 Connaught Mimico 
511 Connaught Thunder Bay 

50 Consecon Consecon 

373 Cope-Stone Welland 

96 Corinthian Barrie 

101 Corinthian Peterborough 

330 Corinthian London 

476 Corinthian North Gower 

481 Corinthian Toronto 

513 Corinthian Hamilton 

657 Corinthian Kirkland Lake 

669 Corinthian Cornwall 

700 Corinthian Kintore 

i:? Cornwall Cornwall 

4'54 Corona Burks Falli 

520 Coronati Toronto 

466 Coronation Elmvale 

502 Coronation Smithville 

677 Coronation Weston 

401 Craig Deseronto 

574 Craig Ailsa Craig 

219 Credit Georgetown 

389 Crystal Fountain N. Augusta 

52 Dalhousie Ottawa 

7U6 David T. CampbeU ... Whitby 

590 Defenders OtUwa 

358 Delaware Valley Delaware 



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189 



No. and Name 



Location No. and Name 



Location 



634 Delta Toronto 

651 Dentonia Toronto 

624 Dereham Mount Elgin 

598 Dominion Windsor 

615 Dominion Ridgeway 

58 Doric Ottawa 

121 Doric Brantford 

233 Doric ParkhiU 

289 Doric Lobo 

316 Doric Toronto 

382 Doric Hamilton 

424 Doric Pickering 

455 Doric Little Current 

569 Doric Lakeside 

623 Doric Kirkland Lake 

291 Dufferin W. Flamboro 

338 Dufferin Wellandport 

364 Dufferin Melbourne 

570 Dufferin Toronto 

449 Dundalk Dundalk 

475 Dundum Hamilton 

66 Durham Newcastle 

306 Durham Durham 

442 Dyment Thessalon 

538 Earl Kitchener Port McNicoll 

693 East Gate Scarborough 

707 Eastern Cornwall 

495 Electric Hamilton 

507 Elk Lake Elk Lake 

698 Elliot Lake ElUot Lake 

456 Elma Monkton 

534 Englehart Englehart 

185 Enniskillen York 

516 Enterprise Beachburg 

659 Equity Orillia 

149 Erie Port Dover 

527 Espanola Espanola 

283 Eureka Belleville 

209 Evergreen Lanark 

142 Excelsior Morrisburg 

592 Fairbank Toronto 

77 Faithful Brethren Lindsay 

256 Farran-Ault Ingleside 

428 Fidelity Port Perry 

575 Fidelity Toronto 

650 Fidelity Toledo 

557 Finch Finch 

390 Florence Florence 

689 Flower City Brampton 

331 Fordwich Fordwlch 

162 Forest Wroxeter 

263 Forest Forest 

393 Forest Chesley 

613 Fort Erie Fort Erie 

415 Fort William .... Thunder Bay 

127 Franck Frankford 

217 Frederick Delhi 

143 Friendly Brothers' Iroquois 

691 Friendship Copper Cliff 

621 Frontenac Sharbot Lake 

257 Gait Cambridge 

641 Garden Windsor 

548 General Mercer Toronto 

348 Georgian Midland 

343 Georgina Toronto 

628 Glenrose Elmira 

528 Golden Beaver Timmins 

607 Golden Fleece Toronto 

126 Golden Rule Campbellford 



409 Golden Rule Gravenhurst 

484 Golden Star Dryden 

159 Goodwood Richmond 

472 Gore Bay Gore Bay 

608 Gothic Lindsay 

151 Grand River Kitchener 

446 Granite Fort Frances 

352 Granite Parry Sound 

697 Grantham St. Catharines 

483 Granton Granton 

47 Great Western Windsor 

629 Grenville Toronto 

589 Grey Toronto 

258 Guelph Guelph 

485 Haileybury Haileybury 

562 Hamilton Hamilton 

327 Hammond Wardsville 

432 Hanover Hanover 

581 Harcourt Toronto 

477 Harding Woodville 

57 Harmony Binbrook 

370 Harmony Delta 

438 Harmony Thomhill 

579 Harmony Windsor 

216 Harris Orangeville 

262 Harriston Harriston 

696 Harry L. Martyn Toronto 

633 Hastings Hastings 

625 Hatherly Sault Ste. Marie 

238 Havelock Watford 

435 Havelock Havelock 

450 Hawkesbury Hawkesbury 

517 Hazeldean Hazeldean 

383 Henderson Winchester 

388 Henderson Ilderton 

336 Highgate Highgate 

531 High Park Thomhill 

594 Hillcrest Hamilton 

319 Hiram Hagersville 

490 Hiram Markdale 

114 Hope Port Hope 

636 Hornepayne Hornepayne 

391 Howard Ridgetown 

602 Hugh Murray Hamilton 

568 HuUett Londesboro 

305 Humber Weston 

224 Huron Hensall 

392 Huron Camlachie 

611 Huron-Bruce Toronto 

543 Imperial Toronto 

503 Inwood Inwood 

25 Ionic Toronto 

229 Ionic Brampton 

328 Ionic Napier 

461 Ionic Rainy River 

526 Ionic Ottawa 

549 Ionic Hamilton 

716 Ionic London 

203 Irvine Elora 

154 Irving Lucan 

715 Islington Etobicoke 

115 Ivy Beamsville 

145 J. B. Hall Millbrook 

31 Jerusalem Bowmanville 

545 John Ross Robertson Toronto 

685 Joseph A. Heam Pt. Credit 

584 Kaministiquia .. Thunder Bay 

492 Karnak Coldwater 

374 Keene Keene 



190 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 



No. and Name 



Location No. and Name 



Location 



417 Keewatin Keewatin Ml 

673 Kempenfeldt Barrie 678 

656 Kenogamisis Geraldton 687 

274 Kent Blenheim 55 

230 Kerr Barrie 344 

412 Keystone Sault Ste. Marie 168 

64 Kilwinning London 542 

565 Kilwinning Toronto 379 

464 King Edward Sunderland 478 

488 King Edward Harrow 369 

471 King Edward VII . Chippawa 576 

498 King George V . Coboconk 253 

37 King Hiram Ingersoll 304 

78 King Hiram Tillsonburg 524 

565 King Hiram Toronto 147 

22 King Solomon's Toronto 572 

43 King Solomon's Woodstock 399 

329 King Solomon Jarvis n 

378 King Solomon's London 294 

394 King Solomon .... Thamesford 599 

655 Kingsway Etobicoke 300 

676 Kroy ThornhiU 522 

215 Lake Ameliasburg 28 

709 Lakehead Thunder Bay 39 

445 Lake of the Woods . Kenora 431 

645 Lake Shore Mimico 309 

207 Lancaster Lancaster 221 

387 Lansdowne Lansdowne 408 

290 Leamington Leamington 360 

139 Lebanon Oshawa 529 

133 Lebanon Forest Exeter 337 

201 Leeds Gananoque 413 

397 Leopold Brigden 556 

419 Liberty Samia 588 

544 Lincoln Abingdon 205 

702 Lodge of Fellowship 279 

Richmond Hill 2 

231 Lodge of Fidelity Ottawa 427 

703 Lodge of the Pillars . Weston 345 

632 Long Branch Mimico 420 

282 Lome Glencoe 444 

375 Lome Omemee 10 

377 Lome Shelburne 617 

404 Lome Tamworth 463 

622 Lome Chapleau 591 

416 Lyn ^ Lyn 322 

505 Lynden Lynden 93 

242 Macoy Mallorytown 266 

169 Macnab Port Colborae 223 

196 Madawaska Arnprior 261 

48 Madoc Madoc 708 

33 Maitland Goderich 400 

140 Malahide Aylmer 553 

512 Malone Sutton W. 346 

90 Manito CoUingwood 184 

236 Manitoba Cookstown 519 

631 Manitou Emo 26 

103 Maple Leaf St. Catharmes 521 

119 Maple Leaf Bath 339 

362 Maple Leaf Tara 181 

600 Maple Leaf Etobicoke 192 

87 Markham Union Markham 325 

222 Marmora Marmora 489 

596 Martintown Martmtown 719 

405 Mattawa Mattawa 504 

418 Maxville Maxville 76 

386 McCoU West Lome 508 

605 Melita Thomhill 604 

652 Memorial Toronto 559 



Mercer Fergus 

Mercer Wilson Woodstock 

Meridian Dundas 

Merrickville Merrickville 

Merrill Dorchester 

Merritt Welland 

Metropolitan Toronto 

Middlesex Bryanston 

Milverton Milverton 

Mimico Etobicoke 

Mimosa Toronto 

Minden Kingston 

Minerva Stroud 

Mississauga Port Credit 

Mississippi Almonte 

Mizpah Toronto 

Moffat Harrietsville 

Moira Belleville 

Moore Courtright 

Mt. Dennis Weston 

Mt. Olivet Thorndale 

Mt. Sinai Toronto 

Mt. Zion Kemptville 

Mt. Zion Brooklin 

Moravian Cargill 

Morning Star Carlow 

Mountain Thorold 

Murray Beaverton 

Muskoka Bracebridge 

Myra Komoka 

Myrtle Port Robinson 

Naphtali Tilbury 

Nation Spencerville 

National Capreol 

New Dominion New Hamburg 

New Hope Cambridge 

Niagara . Niagara-on-the-Lake 

Nickel Sudbury 

Nilestown Nilestown 

Nipissing North Bay 

Nitetis Creemore 

Norfolk Simcoe 

North Bay North Bay 

North Entrance ... Haliburton 

North Gate Toronto 

North Star Owen Sound 

Northern Light . . Kincardme 

Northem Light Stayner 

Norwood Norwood 

Oak Branch Innerkip 

Oakridge Byron 

Oakville Oakville 

Oakwood Toronto 

Occident Toronto 

Old Light Lucknow 

Onondaga Onondaga 

Ontario Port Hope 

Ontario Windsor 

Orient Toronto 

Oriental Port Burwell 

Orillia Orillia 

Orono Orono 

Osiris Smiths Falls 

Otisippi Samia 

Otter Lombardy 

Oxford Woodstock 

Ozias Brantford 

Palace Windsor 

Palestine Toronto 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 



191 



No. and Name 



Location No. and Name 



Location 



372 Palmer Fort Erie 

510 Parkdale Etobicoke 

695 Parkwood Oshawa 

267 Parthenon Criatham 

395 Parvaim Comber 

587 Patricia Thornhill 

265 Patterson Thornfiill 

468 Peel Caledon East 

627 Pelee Pelee Island 

128 Pembroke Pembroke 

487 Penewobikong . Blind River 

414 Pequonga Kenora 

161 Percy Warkworth 

616 Perfection St. Catharines 

155 Peterborough . . Peterborough 

194 Petrolia Petrolia 

535 Phoenix Fonthill 

186 Plantagenet Riceville 

178 Plattsville Plattsville 

312 Pnyx Wallaceburg 

506 Porcupine S. Porcupine 

499 Port Arthur Thunder Bay 

429 Port Elgin Port Elgin 

443 Powassan Powassan 

297 Preston Cambridge 

228 Prince Arthur Odessa 

333 Prince Arthur Flesherton 

334 Prince Arthur Arthur 

18 Prince Edward Picton 

146 Prince of Wales .... Newburgh 
171 Prince of Wales lona Sta. 

371 Prince of Wales Ottawa 

630 Prince of Wales Toronto 

711 Progress Toronto 

137 Pythagoras Meaford 

552 Queen City Toronto 

578 Queen's Kingston 

515 Reba Brantford 

65 Rehoboam Toronto 

586 Remembrance Thornhill 

122 Renfrew Renfrew 

136 Richardson Stouffville 

23 Richmond Richmond Hill 

460 Rideau Seelevs Bay 

595 Rideau Ottawa 

85 Rising Sun Athens 

129 Rising Sun Aurora 

494 Riverdale Toronto 

356 River Park Streetsville 

292 Robertson King 

411 Rodney Rodney 

500 Rose Windsor 

646 Rowland Mt. Albert 

453 Royal Thunder Bay 

523 Royal Arthur . Peterborough 
585 Royal Edward Kingston 

619 Runnymede Toronto 

479 Russell Russell 

567 St. Aidan's Scarborough 

200 St. Alban's Mt. Forest 

514 St. Alban's Thornhill 

16 St. Andrew's Toronto 

62 St. Andrew's Caledonia 

497 St. Andrew's Arden 

560 St. Andrew's Ottawa 

593 St. Andrew's Hamilton 

642 St. Andrew's Windsor 

661 St. Andrew's . St. Catharines 
135 St. Clair Milton 



425 St. Clair Sombra 

577 St. Clair Thornhill 

302 St. David's St. Thomas 

24 St. Francis Smiths Falls 

15 St. George's St. Catharines 

41 St. George's Kingsville 

42 St. George's London 

88 St. George's Owen Sound 

243 St. George St. George 

367 St. George Toronto 

73 St. James St. Marys 

74 St. James So. Augusta 

17 St. John's Cobourg 

20 St. John's London 

21a St. John's Vankleek Hill 

35 St. John's Cayuga 

40 St. John's Hamilton 

63 St. John's Carieton Place 

68 St. John's Ingersoll 

75 St. Johns Toronto 

81 St. John's Mt. Brydges 

82 St. John's Paris 

104 St. John's Norwich 

209a St. John's London 

284 St. John's Brussels 

131 St. Lawrence . . Southampton 

94 St. Mark's Port Stanley 

105 St. Mark's Niagara Falls 

107 St. Paul's Lambeth 

601 St. Paul Samia 

44 St. Thomas St. Thomas 

368 Salem Brockville 

197 Saugeen Walkerton 

653 Scarboro Scarborough 

193 Scotland Scotland 

421 Scott Grand Valley 

285 Seven Star Alliston 

272 Seymour Ancaster 

277 Seymour St. Catharines 

533 Shamrock Toronto 

97 Sharon Queensville 

287 Shuniah Thunder Bay 

558 Sidney Albert Luke .... Ottawa 
486 Silver Cobalt 

79 Simcoe Bradford 

644 Simcoe Toronto 

157 Simpson Newboro 

518 Sioux Lookout Sioux Lookout 

451 Somerville Kinmount 

674 South Gate Port Credit 

180 Speed Guelph 

259 Springfield Springfield 

385 Spry Beeton 

406 Spry Fenelon Falls 

648 Spruce Falls . Kapuskasing 

626 Stamford Niagara Falls 

426 Stanley Toronto 

164 Star in the East Wellington 

422 Star of the East . Bothwell 
218 Stevenson Toronto 

69 Stirling Stirling 

3j2 Stratford Stratford 

27 Strict Observance .. Hamilton 

423 Strong Sundridge 

447 Sturgeon Falls Sturgeon Falls 

658 Sudbury Sudbury 

6C4 Sunnylea Etobicoke 

582 Sunnyside Toronto 

672 Superior Red Rock 



192 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 



No. and Name 



Location No. and Name 



Location 



5 Sussex Brockville 

255 Sydenham Dresden 

546 Talbot St. Thomas 

609 Tavistock Tavistock 

144 Tecumseh Stratford 

245 Tecumseh ThamesviUe 

276 Teeswater Teeswater 

462 Temiskaming .... New Liskeard 

296 Temple St. Catharmes 

324 Temple Hamilton 

525 Temple Toronto 

597 Temple London 

649 Temple Oshawa 

665 Temple „ 9"^-'?;^ 

666 Temple Belleville 

690 Temple Kitchener 

662 Terrace Bay Terrace Bay 

177 The Builders Ottawa 

34 Thistle Amlierstburg 

250 Thistle Embro 

692 Thomas Hamilton Simpson 

Stoney Creek 

618 Thunder Bay Thunder Bay 

647 Todmorden Toronto 

467 Tottenham Tottenham 

712 Trafalgar Oakville 

583 Transportation Toronto 

38 Trent Trenton 

724 Trilhum Guelph 

98 True Blue Bolton 

14 True Briton's Perth 

141 Tudor Mitchell 

99 Tuscan Newmarket 

195 Tuscan London 

437 Tuscan Sarnia 

551 Tuscan Hamilton 

541 Tuscan Toronto 

239 Tweed Tweed 

509 Twin City Kitchener 

718 Twin Lakes Orillia 

537 Ulster Toronto 

7 Union Grimsby 

9 Union Napanee 

118 Union Schomberg 

380 Union London 

29 United Brighton 

376 Unity Huntsville 

606 Unity Toronto 

710 Unity Brampton 



705 Universe Scarborough 

496 University Toronto 

100 Valley Dundas 

54 Vaughan Maple 

268 Verulam Bobcaygeon 

56 Victoria Sarnia 

299 Victoria Centreville 

398 Victoria Kirkfield 

470 Victoria Victoria Harbour 

474 Victoria Toronto 

547 Victory Toronto 

563 Victory Chatham 

237 Vienna Vienna 

359 Vittoria Vittoria 

458 Wales Long Sault 

321 Walker Acton 

174 Walsingham Port Rowan 

555 Wardrope Hamilton 

120 Warren Fingal 

260 Washington Petrolia 

'57 Waterdown Millgrove 

539 Waterloo Waterloo 

361 Waverley Guelph 

46 Wellington Chatham 

271 Wellington Erin 

635 Wellington Toronto 

725 Wellington Square . Burlington 

166 Wentworth Stoney Creek 

670 West Hill Scarborough 

671 Westmount Hamilton 

441 Westpon Westport 

683 Wexford Scarborough 

675 William James 

Dunlop Peterborough 

717 Willowdale Richmond Hili 

480 Williamsburg Williamsburg 

318 Wilmot Baden 

86 Wilson Toronto 

113 Wilson Waterford 

403 Windsor Windsor 

286 Wingham Wingham 

680 Woodland Wawa 

688 Wyndham Guelph 

448 Xenophon Wheatlev 

156 York Toronto 

220 Zeredatha Uxbridge 

4!0 Zeta Toronto 

326 Zetland Toronto 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 



193 



LODGES BY LOCATION 



Location Name and No. 

Abingdon Lincoln 544 

Acton Walker 321 

Ailsa Craig Craig 574 

Alexandria Alexandria 439 

Alliston Seven Star 285 

Almonte Mississippi 147 

Alvinston Alvinston 323 

Ameliasburg Lake 215 

Amherstburg Thistle 34 

Ancaster Seymour 272 

Arden St. Andrew's 497 

Arkona Arkona 307 

Arnprior Madawaska 196 

Arthur Prince Arthur 334 

Athens Rising Sun 85 

Atikokan Atikokan 668 

Aurora Rising Sun 129 

Avonmore Avoimiore 452 

Aylmer Malahide 140 

Ayr Ayr 172 

Baden Wilmot 318 

Bancroft Bancroft 482 

Barrie Corinthian 96 

Barrie Kempenfeldt 673 

Barrie Kerr 230 

Bath Maple Leaf 119 

Beachburg Enterprise 516 

BeamsvUle Ivy 115 

Beaverton Murray 408 

Beeton Spry 385 

Belleville Eureka 283 

Belleville Moira 11 

Belleville Belleville 123 

Belleville Temple 666 

Belmont Belmont 190 

Binbrook Harmony 57 

Blenheim Kent 274 

Blind River Penewobikong 487 

Blyth Blyth 303 

Bobcaygeon Verulam 268 

Bolton True Blue 98 

Bothwell . . Star of the East 422 

Bowmanville Jerusalem 31 

Bracebridge Muskoka 360 

Bradford Simcoe 79 

Brampton Flower City 689 

Brampton Ionic 229 

Brampton Unity 710 

Brantford Brant 45 

Brantford Doric 121 

Brantford Ozias 508 

Brantford Reba 515 

Brigden Leopold 397 

Brighton United 29 

Brockville Salem 368 

Brockville Sussex 5 

Brooklin Mount Zion 39 

Brussels St. John's 284 

Bryanston Middlesex 379 

Burford Burford 106 

Burks Falls Corona 454 

Burlington Brant 663 

Burlington Burlington 165 

Burhngton .. Wellington Square 725 

Byron Ashlar 610 

Byron Oakridge 708 



Location Name and No. 

Caledon East Peel 468 

Caledonia St. Andrew's 62 

Cambridge Alma 72 

Cambridge Concord 722 

Cambridge Gait 257 

Cambridge New Hope 279 

Cambridge Preston 297 

Campbellford Golden Rule 126 

Campbellville Campbell 603 

Camlachie Huron 392 

Canninglon Brock 354 

Capreol National 588 

Cardinal Cardinal 491 

Cargill Moravian 431 

Carlow Morning Star 309 

Carp Carleton 465 

Carleton Place .... St. John's 63 

Cayuga St. John's 35 

Centreville Victoria 299 

Chapleau Lome 622 

Chatham Parthenon 267 

Chatham Victory 563 

Chatham Wellington 46 

Chesley Forest 393 

Chesterville Chester^'ille 320 

Chippawa . King Edward VII 471 
Claremont . . Brougham Union 269 

Clifford Clifford 315 

Clinton Clinton 84 

Cobalt Silver 486 

Cobden Cobden 459 

Cobourg St. John's 17 

Coboconk King George V 498 

Cochrane Cochrane 530 

Colborne Colborne 91 

Coldwaier Karnak 492 

CoUingwood Manito 90 

Comber Parvaim 395 

Consecon Consecon 50 

Cookstown Manitoba 236 

Copper Cliff Algonquin 536 

Copper CUff Friendship 691 

Cornwall Corinthian 669 

Cornwall Cornwall 125 

Cornwall Eastern 707 

Courtright Moore 294 

C reemore Nitetis 444 

Deep River Atomic 686 

Delaware Delaware Valley 358 

Delhi Frederick 217 

Delta Harmony 370 

Deseronto Craig 401 

Dorchester Merrill 344 

Drayton Conestogo 295 

Dresden Sydenham 255 

Dryden Golden Star 484 

Dundalk Dundalk 449 

Dundas Meridian 687 

Dundas Valley 100 

Dunnville Amity 32 

Durham Durham 306 

Dutton Cameron 232 

Eganville Bonnechere 433 

Elk Lake Elk Lake 507 

Elliot Lake Elliot Lake 658 



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Location 



Name and No. 



Location 



Name and No. 



Elmira Glenrose 628 

Elmvale Coronation 46b 

Elora Irvine 203 

Embro Thistle 250 

Emo Manitou 631 

Emsdale Algonquin 434 

Englehart Englehart 534 

Erin Wellington 271 

Espanola Espanola 527 

Essex Central 402 

Etobicoke Andor Gero 726 

Etobicoke Islington 715 

Etobicoke Kingsway 655 

Etobicoke Maple Leaf 600 

Etobicoke Mimico 369 

Etobicoke Parkdale 510 

Etobicoke Sunnylea 664 

Exeter Lebanon Forest 133 

Fenelon Falls Spry 406 

Fergus Mercer 347 

Finch Finch 557 

Fingal Warren 120 

Fiesherton Prince Arthur 333 

Florence Florence 390 

Fordwich Fordwich 331 

Forest Forest 263 

Fonthill Phoenix 535 

Fort Erie Fort Erie 613 

Fort Erie Palmer 372 

Fort Frances Granite 446 

Frankford Franck 127 

Gananoque Leeds 201 

Georgetown Credit 219 

Geraldton Kenogamisis 656 

Glencoe Lome 282 

Goderich Maitland 33 

Gore Bay Gore Bay 472 

Grand Valley Scott 421 

Granton Granton 483 

Gravenhurst Golden Rule 409 

Grimsby Union 7 

Guejph Guelph 258 

Guelph Speed 180 

Guelph Trillium 724 

Guelph Waverley 361 

Guelph Wyndham 688 

Hagersville Hiram 319 

Haileybury Haileybury 485 

Haliburton North Entrance 463 

Hamilton Acacia 61 

Hamilton .. Ancient Landmarks 654 

Hamilton Buchanan 550 

Hamilton Composite 667 

Hamilton Corinthian 513 

Hamilton Doric 382 

Hamilton Dundurn 475 

Hamilton Hamilton 562 

Hamilton Hillcrest 594 

Hamilton Hugh Murray 602 

Hamilton Ionic 549 

Hamilton St. Andrew's 593 

Hamilton St. John's 40 

Hamilton . Strict Observance 27 

Hamilton Temple 324 

Hamilton Barton 6 

Hamilton Electric 495 

Hamilton Tuscan 551 

Hamilton Wardrope 555 

Hamilton Westmount 671 



Hamilton Beach Beach 639 

Hanover Hanover 432 

Harrietsville Moffat 399 

Harriston Harriston 262 

Harrow King Edward 488 

Harrowsmith Albion 109 

Hastings Hastings 633 

Havelock Havelock 435 

Hawkesbury Hawkesbury 450 

Hazeldean Hazeldean 517 

Hensall Huron 224 

Hepworth Bums 436 

Highgate Highgate 336 

Hornepavne Hornepayne 636 

Huntsville Unity 376 

Ilderton Henderson 388 

Ingersoll King Hiram 37 

Ingersoll St. John's 68 

Ingleside Farran-Ault 256 

Innerkip Oak Branch 261 

Inwood Inwood 503 

lona Station . Prince of Wales 171 
Iroquois Friendly Brothers' 143 

Iroquois Falls Abitibi 540 

Jarvis King Solomon 329 

Kapuskasing Spruce Falls 648 

Keene Keene 374 

Keewatin Keewaiin 417 

Kemptville Mount Zion 28 

Kenora .. Lake of the Woods 445 

Kenora Pequonga 414 

Kincardine Northern Light 93 

King Robertson 292 

Kingston Ancient St. John's 3 

Kingston Cataraqui 92 

Kingston Minden 253 

Kingston Queen's 578 

Kingston Royal Edward 585 

Kingsville St. George's 41 

Kinmount Somerville 451 

Kintore Corinthian 700 

Kirkfield Victoria 398 

Kirkland Lake Corinthian 657 

Kirkland Lake Doric 623 

Kitchener Grand River 151 

Kitchener Temple 690 

Kitchener Twin City 509 

Komoka Myra 529 

Lakefield Clementi 313 

Lakeside Doric 569 

Lambeth St. Paul's 107 

Lanark Evergreen 209 

Lancaster Lancaster 207 

Lansdowne Lansdowne 387 

Leamington Leamington 290 

Lindsay Faithful Brethren 77 

Lindsay Gothic 608 

Listowel Bernard 225 

Little Current Doric 455 

Lobo Doric 289 

Lombardy Otter 504 

Londesboro Hullett 568 

London Acacia 580 

London Centennial 684 

London Corinthian 330 

London Ionic 716 

London Kilwinning 64 

London King Solomon's 378 

London St. George's 42 



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195 



Location 



Name and No. 



Location 



Name and No. 



London St. John's 20 

London Temple 597 

London St. John's 209a 

London Tuscan 195 

London Union 380 

Long Sault Wales 45S 

Lucan Irving 154 

Lucknow Old Light 184 

Lyn Lyn 416 

Lynden Lynden 505 

Madoc Madoc 48 

Mallorytown Macoy 242 

Maple Vaughan 54 

Markdale Hiram 490 

Markham Markham Union 87 

Marmora Marmora 222 

Martintown Martintown 596 

Mattawa Mattawa 405 

Maxville Maxville 418 

Meaford Pythagoras 137 

Melbourne Dufferin 364 

Merlin Century 457 

Merrickville Merrickville 55 

Midland Caledonian 249 

Midland Georgian 348 

Millbrook J. B. Hall 145 

Millgrove Waterdown 357 

Milton St. Clair 135 

Milverton Milverton 478 

Mimico Anthony Sayer 640 

Mimico Connaught 501 

Mimico Lake Shore 645 

Mimico Long Branch 632 

Minden Arcadia 440 

Mitchell Tudor 141 

Monkton Elma 456 

Morrisburg Excelsior 142 

Mount Albert Rowland 646 

Mount Brydges St. John's 81 

Mount Elgin Dereham 624 

Mount Forest St. Alban's 200 

Napanee Union 9 

Napier Ionic 328 

Newboro .; Simpson 157 

Newburgh Prince of Wales 146 

Newcastle Durham 66 

New Hamburg .. New Dominion 205 
New Liskeard .... Temiskaming 462 

Newmarket Tuscan 99 

Niagara-on-the-Lake .... Niagara 2 

Niagara Falls Adoniram 573 

Niagara Falls Centennial 679 

Niagara Falls Clifton 254 

Niagara Falls St. Mark's 105 

Niagara Falls Stamford 626 

Nilestown Nilestown 345 

North Augusta .. Crystal Fount. 389 

North Bay Nipissing 420 

North Bay North Bay 617 

North Gower Corintliian 476 

Norwich St. John's 104 

Norwood Norwood 223 

Oakville Claude M. Kent 681 

Oakville Oakville 400 

Oakville Trafalgar 712 

Odessa Prince Arthur 228 

Oil Springs Alexandra 158 

Omemee Lome 375 

Onondaga Onondaga 519 



Orangeville Harris 216 

Orillia Equity 659 

Orillia Orillia 192 

Orillia Twin Lakes 718 

Orono Orono 325 

Oshawa Cedar 270 

Oshawa Lebanon 139 

Oshawa Parkwood 695 

Oshawa Temple 649 

Ottawa Acacia 561 

Ottawa Ashlar 564 

Ottawa The Builders 177 

Ottawa Bytown 721 

Ottawa Chaudiere 264 

Ottawa Civil Service 148 

Ottawa Dalhousie 52 

Ottawa Defenders 590 

Ottawa Doric 58 

Ottawa Ionic 526 

Ottawa Lodge of Fidelity 231 

Ottawa Prince of Wales 371 

Ottawa Rideau 595 

Ottawa St. Andrew's 560 

Ottawa .... Sidney Albert Luke 558 

Ottawa Temple 665 

Owen Sound North Star 322 

Owen Sound St. George's 88 

Paisley Aldworth 235 

Palmerston Blair 314 

Paris St. John's 82 

Parkhill Doric 233 

Parrv Sound Granite 352 

Pelee Island Pelee 627 

Pembroke Pembroke 128 

Perth True Britons' 14 

Peterborough Corinthian 101 

Peterborough Peterborough 155 

Peterborough ... Royal Arthur 523 
Peterborough .... William James 

Dunlop 675 

Petrolia Petrolia 194 

Petrolia Washington 260 

Pickering Doric 424 

Picton Prince Edward 18 

Plattsville Plattsville 178 

Port Burwell Oriental 181 

Port Credit Joseph A. 

Hearn 685 

Port Credit Mississauga 524 

Port Credit South Gate 674 

Port Colbome Macnab 169 

Port Dover Erie 149 

Port Elgin Port Elgin 429 

Port Hope Hope 114 

Port Hope Ontario 26 

Port McNicoll .. Earl Kitchener 538 

Port Perry Fidelity 428 

Port Robinson Myrtle 337 

Port Rowan Walsingham 174 

Port Stanley St. Mark's 94 

Powassan Powassan 443 

Prescolt Central 110 

Princeton Blenheim 108 

Queensville Sharon 97 

Rainy River Ionic 461 

Red Lake Chukuni 660 

Red Rock Superior 672 

Renfrew Renfrew 122 

Riceville Plantagenet 186 



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Location 



Name and No. Location 



Name and No. 



Richmond Goodwood 159 

Richmond Hill Richmond 23 

Richmond Hill Lodge of 

Fellowship 702 

Richmond Hill Willowdale 717 

Ridgetown Howard 391 

Ridgeway Dominion 615 

Rodney Rodney 411 

Russell Russell 479 

St. Catharines Adanac 614 

St. Catharines Grantham 697 

St. Catharines Maple Leaf 103 

St. Catharines Perfection 616 

St. Catharines St. Andrew's 661 

St. Catharines St. George's 15 

St. Catharines Temple 296 

St. Catharines Seymour 277 

St. George St. George 243 

St. Marys St. James 73 

St. Thomas St. David's 302 

St. Thomas St. Thomas 44 

St. Thomas Talbot 546 

Sarnia Liberty 419 

Sarnia Otisippi 719 

Samia St. Paul 601 

Sarnia Tuscan 437 

Samia Victoria 56 

Sauit Ste. Marie Algoma 469 

SauU Ste. Marie Hatherly 625 

Sault Ste. Marie Keystone 412 

Scarborough Beaches 473 

Scarborough Birch Cliff 612 

Scarborough Confederation 720 

Scarborough East Gate 693 

.Scarborough St. Aidan's 567 

Scarborough Scarboro 653 

Scarborough Universe 705 

Scarborough West Hill 670 

Scarborough Wexford 683 

Schoniberg Union 118 

Scotland Scotland 193 

Seaforth Britannia 170 

Seeleys Bay Rideau 460 

Sharbot Lake Frontenac 621 

Shelburne Lome 377 

Simcoe Norfolk 10 

Sioux Lookout .. Sioux Lookout 518 

Smiths Falls Osiris 489 

Smiths Falls St. Francis 24 

Smithville Coronation 502 

Sombra St. Clair 425 

Southampton St. Lawrence 131 

South Augusta St. James 74 

South Porcupine Porcupine 506 

Spencerville Nation 556 

Springfield Springfield 259 

Stayner Northern Light 266 

Stirling Stirling 69 

Stoney Creek Battlefield 714 

Stoney Creek Thomas 

Hamilton Simpson 692 

itoney Creek Wentworth 166 

Stouffville Richardson 136 

Stratford Stratford 332 

Stratford Tecumseh 144 

Strathroy Beaver 83 

Streetsville River Park 356 

Stroud Minerva 304 

Sturgeon Falls .. Sturgeon Falls 447 



Sudbury Bethel 699 

Sudbury Nickel 427 

Sudbury Sudbury 658 

Sunderland King Edward 464 

Sundridge Strong 423 

Sutton West Malone 512 

Tamworth Lome 404 

Tara Maple Leaf 362 

Tavistock Tavistock 609 

Teeswater Teeswater 276 

Terrace Bay Terrace Bay 662 

Thamesford King Solomon 394 

Thamesville Tecumseh 245 

Thedford Cassia 116 

Thessalon Dyment 442 

Thornbury Beaver 234 

Thorndale Mount Olivet 300 

Thornhill Bay of Quinte 620 

Thornhill Harmony 438 

Thornhill High Park 531 

ThomhiU Kroy 676 

Thornhill Mehta 605 

Thornhill Patricia 587 

Thornhill Patterson 265 

Thomlull Remembrance 586 

Thornhill St. Alban's 514 

Thornhill St. Clair 577 

Thorold Mountain 221 

Thunder Bay Connaught 511 

Thunder Bay Fort William 415 

Thunder Bay Kaministiquia 584 

Thunder Bay Lakehead 709 

Thunder Bay Port Arthur 499 

Thunder Bay Royal 453 

Thunder Bay Shuniah 287 

Thunder Bay Thunder Bay 618 

Tilbury Naphtali 413 

Tillsonburg Ashlar 701 

Tillsonburg King Hiram 78 

Timmins Aurum 704 

Timmins Golden Beaver 528 

Tiverton Bmce 341 

Toledo Fidelity 650 

Toronto Acacia 430 

Toronto Alpha 384 

Toronto Antiquity 571 

Toronto Ashlar 247 

Toronto Bedford 638 

Toronto Caledonia 637 

Toronto Canada 532 

Toronto Coronati 520 

Toronto Corinthian 481 

Toronto Cathedral 643 

Toronto Delta 634 

Toronto Dentonia 651 

Toronto Doric 316 

Toronto Dufferin 570 

Toronto Fairbank 592 

Toronto Fidelity 575 

Toronto Georgina 343 

Toronto General Mercer 548 

Toronto Golden Fleece 607 

Toronto Grenville 629 

Toronto Grey 589 

Toronto Harcourt 581 

Toronto Harry L. Martyn 696 

Toronto Huron-Bmce 611 

Toronto Imperial 543 

Toronto Ionic 25 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 



197 



Location 



Name and No. 



Toronto King Solomon's 22 

Toronto Kilwinning 565 

Toronto King Hiram 566 

Toronto .. John Ross Robertson 545 

Toronto Memorial 652 

Toronto Metropolitan 542 

Toronto Mizpah 572 

Toronto Mimosa 576 

Toronto Mt. Sinai 522 

Toronto North Gate 591 

Toronto Oakwood 553 

Toronto Occident 346 

Toronto Orient 339 

Toronto Palestine 559 

Toronto Prince of Wales 630 

Toronto Progress 711 

Toronto Queen City 552 

Toronto Rehoboam 65 

Toronto Riverdale 494 

Toronto Runnymede 619 

Toronto St. Andrew's 16 

Toronto St. George 367 

Toronto St. Johns 75 

Toronto Shamrock 533 

Toronto Simcoe 644 

Toronto Stanley 426 

Toronto Stevenson 218 

Toronto Sunnyside 582 

Toronto Temple 525 

Toronto Todmorden 647 

Toronto Transportation 583 

Toronto Tuscan 541 

Toronto Ulster 537 

Toronto Unity 606 

Toronto University 496 

Toronto Victoria 474 

Toronto Victory 547 

Toronto Wellington 635 

Toronto Wilson 86 

Toronto York 156 

Toronto Zeta 410 

Toronto Zetland 326 

Tottenham Tottenham 467 

Trenton Trent 38 

Tweed Tweed 239 

Oxbridge Zeredatha 220 

Vankleek Hill St. John's 21a 

Victoria Harbour Victoria 470 

Vienna Vienna 237 



Location Name and r^o. 

Vittoria Vittoria 359 

Walkerton Saugeen 197 

Wallaceburg Baldoon 694 

Wallaceburg Pnyx 312 

Wardsville Hammond 327 

Warkworth Percy 161 

Waterford Wilson 113 

Waterloo Brotherhood 723 

Waterloo Waterloo 539 

Watford Havelock 238 

Wawa Woodland 680 

Welland Cope-Stone 373 

Welland Merritt 168 

Wellandport Dufferin 338 

Wellington .. Star in the East 164 

West Flamboro Dufferin 291 

West Lome McColl 386 

Weston Astra 682 

Weston Coronation 677 

Weston Humber 305 

Weston .... Lodge of the Pillars 703 

Weston Mount Dennis 599 

Westport Westport 441 

Wheatley Xenophon 448 

Whitby Composite 30 

Whitby David T. Campbell 706 

Wiarton Cedar 396 

Williamsburg Williamsburg 480 

Winchester Henderson 383 

Windsor Border Cities 554 

Windsor Dominion 598 

Windsor Garden 641 

Windsor Great Western 47 

Windsor Harmony 579 

Windsor Ontario 521 

V/indsor Palace 604 

Windsor Rose 500 

Windsor St. Andrew's 642 

Windsor Windsor 403 

Wingham Wingham 286 

Woodbridge Blackwood 311 

Woodbridge Bridgewood 713 

Woodville Harding 477 

Woodstock .. King Solomon's 43 

Woodstock Mercer Wilson 678 

Woodstock Oxford 76 

Wroxeter Forest 162 

W^yoming Bums' 153 

York Enniskilien 185 



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DEATHS — 1973 



2 — G. R. Jerman, C. A. Keith, R. A. Irvine, I. M. Gilleland, J. H. Hutchison. 
3— J. C. Elliott, H. S. RusseU, W. G. Dean, T. A. Kidd. 5— C. E. 
Sheridan, T. M. M. Watson, A. L. Scace, R. W. Carter, H. C. Heagle, F. 
A. Bigford. D. I. Wright. 6— H. P. Gorey, C. L. Mewburn, J. A. 
Chrisilaw, W. R. Souter. 7 — Wm. Sangster, J. Maycock, G. Robertson, 
A. Blain, W. McPherson, E. Priest, R. C. Bowslaugh, A. K. Graham. 9 — 

F. J. Cummings, A. T. Empey, A. G. Taylor, C. A. DeWitt, H. E. 
McClelland, S. W. Knapp, D. R. Armstrong. 10— L. F. Leask, P. R. 
Carter, G. W. Baldock, S. J. Betts, A. J. Stewart, J. D. Rouse. 11— B. 
M. Moorman, F. G. Mitchell, L. E. McLean, O. N. Eckel, H. F. Smith, R. 
Carruthers G. Poulos, T. A. Stark. P. Turner, J. L. Gerow, J. L. 
MacDonald. 14— W. E. Rogers. 15— R. H. Weeks, K. H. Peart, G. C. 
Macauley, N. A. Kiimear, M. B. Hayes. 16 — J. A. Whealy, J. A. 
Carruthers, J. M. Anderson, M. I. Doxsee. P. R. Bradbury, R. A. Littleton 

G. Lister, A. J. Watson, A. D. C. Mcllroy, A. Whyte. 17— J. M. 
Blacklock. J. Parker, C. H. Bounty. 18— J. A. Bell, G. B. Reed, G. C. 
Andres, M. Haight, P. A. McKee, G. A. Docker, D, W. Gullett, H. J. 
Hicks, C. H. Kennedy, A. A. Benvie W. P. Thurston, A. W. Jennings. 
20— J. R. Barr, G. M. Wright. A. G. Roberts, A. A. Bums, J. A. Campbell, 
N. T. Sanderson, Jr., W. E. Mace, K. J. Thar, T. R. Hodgins, R. Barber, M. 
G. Johre, H. W. Barrick, W. A. Stacey, E. W. Curtis, C. R. Dorman. 21a— 
G. Townall, P. E. Wall. 22— M. H. Swan, P. R. McAdams, N. B. Moore, G. 
MacFarlane, L. W. Holden, J. A. Patterson, H. Marshall, E. B. Bailey, F. 
Hill, J. Paae, R. J. Heslop, C. E. Smith, H. W. Folkes. 23— S. F. Tinker, 
G. A. R. Brooke, L. Haworth, G. Topper. 24 — ^T. V. Rogers, J. W. 
Mallard, C. L. Lusk, R. E. Lilja, E. Hunter, W. J. Butterill, W. Hunter, 
R. L. Young. C. B. Haladay, J. F. Allan, R. W. Haughton, C. A. B. 
Swayne, R. B. McCreary, E. T. Fitzgerald. 25— H. Cassels, K. E. Perfect, 
K. D. M. Spence. 26— R. Hunt, N. J. McHohn. H. Gorham, H. E. 
Fraser, W. H. Gilpin. J. A. Nicholls. W. H. Potts, H. C. Richards, A. D. 
Adamson. 27— H. L. Forrest, W. H. Holcombe, R. D. Hamilton. G. A. 
Bryant, V. C. Hale, A. F. White, L. K. Harvey, W. G. Guy, H. E. 
Thomson, J. Thomson, A. H. Benner, A. J. Warrington. 28 — R. A. 
Hamilton, C. Donnelly, R. Munro. T. A. Kidd, C. W. GUroy, G. M. 
Bennett. R. Dewar. 29 — J. F. Bullis, W. D. McConnell, L. MacDonald. 
G. Lovett, G. Reycraft, R. Branscombe. 30— E. G. Hazell, W. H. 
Curtis, E. B. Sanders, A. Archibald. J. Shields, J. McClellan. 31— M. J. 
Elliott, E. A. Schlievert. J. Clayton, W. P. Corbett, H. Freeman. C. Herring. 
32— M. G. Lymburner, E. V. Knight, R. Wright, G. L. Pyle, F. L. Deamude. 
33 — G. C. Lodge. T. G. Glazier, T. Taylor, C. E. Robinson, F. Minshall, 
J. L. Thuriowe, H. B. M. Tichbome. 34 — C. J. Evans, H. G. Taylor. 35— 
R. C. Petticrew, N. G. Gowling, A. Morgan, R. E. Jarrett, G. E. Topp. 
37— G. R. Fraser, J. Blackburn, M. W. Carter. 38— W. H. Heaney, D. S. 
Sager, F. Hendricks, F. C. Preston, G. A. Chase, C. W. Gunter. 39— N. 
J. Anderson, H. MacPherson, J. Wannop, J. O. Stark, H. R. Mowbray, 
G. Ego. 40 — F. J. Smith, W. R. Thackwray, G. R. Weaver, T. S. Bowman, 
W. E. Allan, J. Lawrence, H. G. Snyder, G. R. Cook, A. E. Pearman, T. 
J. Newlands, A. D. Trebilcock, F. Jackman, E. E. Bard. W. J. Rolph, R. E. 
Snyder, J. C. Duncan, G. R. Smith. 41— T. V. Maxwell. 42— W. L. Ross, 
A. P. Henderson, W. H. Offord. 43— J. H. Sutheriand, R. C. Billings, C. 
F. Butler, W. S. Smith, A. J. C. Thome. 44— K. M. Willison, A. G. 
Wilson, A. D. McColl. E. Marks, A. M. Hallowell, J. Darwin, T. E. Hughes. 
45 — F. Usher, G. E. Townson, J. M. Eddy, W. A. W. Vogan, C. Robinson, 
F. D. Wood. 46 — J. M. Paulucci, E. E. Gillanders, L. J. Stuart. C. A. 
Becker. F. E. G. Taylor, C. O. Rankin, N. S. Croucher. 47 — E. S. 
Anderson, F. D. Lowry, W. Anderson, H. J. Sheldrake, A. T. McKee. J. 
McMillan. E. C. Smith, E. N. Courtney, D. A. Mclnnis, G. A. Doering, 
W. A. Thompson, J. Neilson, P. James, A. O'Brien, S. J. Jarvis, G. F. 
McLeod. 48— S. Wickens, W. J. McCoy, S. R. Beatty, D. L. Annstrong. 
50 — C. R. Jackson, G. H. Eager. 52— J. Paterson, C. A. Philpott, H. W. 
Luffman, J. F. Walker, G. E. Flegg, M. J. Shiels, G. S. MacDonald. W. E. 
Connelly, W. Ironside. C. R. Ferris, J. T. Lawson. 54 — J. W. Hornell, 
J. G. B. Mathewson, T. G. Harper. G. A. Bishop, W. H. Noble, W. Green. 
56— A. C. Blay, W. L. MacDonald, F. J. Amberg, F. C. Whitlock, G. W. 
Low, T. C. Cochrane, J. E. Zonneville. 57— J. S. Bates, O. D. Teskey. E. 
Hendershott. 58 — S. I. Comach, H. R. Blade, F. C. Baillie, H. Thomson. 
61— T. Tregunno, W. H. Wardrope, R. R. Hagan, H. S. Spicer, G. W. 



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Spauls, J. H. Nixon, E. E. Smith, L. D. Jackson, N. W. Byrne, E. G. 
Madden, W. D. Heagle, J. M. Connor. 63— F. C. McDiarmid, H. E. 
Menzies, J. G. Simpson, F. M. Porteous, W. R. Woodcock. 64 — H. P. 
Aitken, A. E. Dick, J. E. Wainwright, J. Montague, H. J. Darton, R. H. 
Baker, J. M. Wood, R. A. Miller, A. D. O'Hara, F. R. McClure, J. A. 
Giffin. 65— J. Stephen, H. F. Weld, W. V. Brown, Z. J. Joyce, B. E. 
Hambly. F. C. Nye, A. Bom, W. J. Reed, G. H. Gerring, H. D. RothweU. 
66— J. Hunter. 68— G. V. Wilson, G. T. Fordham, G. Sitter. 69— A. 
N. Pyear, W. L. Dafoe, J. L. Good, H. E. Cooke. 72— H. Edler, D. K. 
Campbell, J. F. Curliss, I. K. Martin, J. H. S. Rutherford, C. R. Kaitting, 
R. W. Bryden, E. B. Bailey, H. G. Jeffery, T. Briggs. 73— L. E. Johnston, 
A. E. Parkinson, L. O. Francis, E. L. Lagerty. 74 — A. S. Pickard, J. T. 
Hanna, R. McDonald. 75 — W. Warriner, H. G. Peppiatt, R. J. Moorehead 
R. J. Shanks. 76 — E. C. Gatrall, N. Feeney, J. Hibner, W. S. Stewart. T. 

E. Crozier, C. L. Jackson, M. Dykeman, R. I. Moreland, C. J. McCalley, 
G. S. Linnell, J. Coulter, L. Granger, G. Maynard Sr., W. B. Nesbitt, J. 

F. Traut, C. Evans, A. F. Foster. 77— L. M. Frost. R. A. Magahay, R. 
White, N. J. C. Meikle, R. A. Trotter, R. M. Lethbridge. 78— C. McKoy, 
S. Buckrell, E. W. Parker, F. R. Flood, T. W. Bum E. T. Pinch. C. Scott, 
H. Kelly, N. L. James, R. C. Crandall, H. H. Coomber, L. C. Smith. 79— 
W. H. Stoddart, H. S. McCann, A. W. Spence E. J. Glover, F. A. Smelser. 
81— J. A. Crawford. 82— C. W. Tanner, H. J. Broughton, L. Walker, R. 
Jack, J. A. Harold. 83— J. E. Jervis, W. M. Waddell. W. H. Wakerley, D. 
Goudie. 84 — F. Sloman, W. R. Lobb, P. H. Pickett, H. H. Mellish, H. 
L. Perry, J. W. E. Porter, W. R. Johnston. 85— F, J. Spence. 86— A. 

G. Liss, A. C. Brown, W. R. Stewart. W. E. Corman, G. P. Clucas, T. F. 
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105 — R. Hughes, J. Storrie, J. A. Atkins, W. Borosowich, T. H. Tavender, 
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Werry, W. V. Peacock, W. G. Knight. 140 — S. E. Prowse A. L. Benner. 
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Casselman. C. R. Hunter, J. H. Johnston. 143 — J. I. Miller, C. McEachem, 
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347— R. J. Chambers, J. D. Wilson, G. E. Milner, R. M. Smith, H. 
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H. Vigrass. 354— B. M. Thompson. 356 — F. M. Pidgeon, N. Thwaites. 
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Bailey, D. G. Barker, F. E. McEachem, W. Hilhs. 399— E. Hamilton. 
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Fletcher. 414 — J. Band. F. Berry, E. Adolphson. R. J. Whittaker, H. 
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F. C. Holmes. G. M. McCormack, A. Hudon, W. G. Humble, H. B. 
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425— W. A. Scott. 426— A. W. Pease, W. Danks, J. R. Cox, W. E. Fisher, 
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J. E. Fraser. H. A. McGillivray. 430— F. Hyde, C. McMillan, T. Fry, J. 
Aquilina. 432— T. M. McCartney. 434 — C. E. Wilkins, C. Seaton, C. 
C. H. Metcalfe. 435— J. E. Bard, D. A. House. 436— W. J. White. 437 
— W. Ferguson, H. Johnston, J. Easton, W. Houseman, J. McPherson, R. 
Taylor. A. Harrison, W. Smith, C. Joyce. 438— W. Harcourt, P. J. Murphy. 
439— G. L. Watson, A. J. Urquhart, A. J. Stewart, A. C. Gray, N. J. 
MacLeod. 440 — A. Allcom, R. Dawson, D. Janies, F. Welch. 441 — ^T. E. 
Gorsline, W. R. Goodfellow. 442— E. Steward, S. Hunt, L. E. Trivers. 
443_W. L. Moore, B. M. Putnam, F. A. Kirton, M. Cheaney, G. Cheaney, 
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L. O. Towns, T. H. Pringle. 455— W. Leeson. 457— W. Halhday, G. 
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484 — M. H. Gamble T. L. Clelland, G. F. McDaniel. 485— R. Davis, J. 
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W. V. Lane, G. E. Case. 487— R. McArthy, R. B. Fraser, R. A. Crawford, 
W. F. Hudson. 488— F. L. Hutchins, M. Clark. 489 — C. A. Patterson, 

G. E. Begley, O. G. Love, G. H. Somerville. E. C. Allen. 490— W. J. 
Colgan. 491— J. W. Turner, R. P. Walker, B. J. Montgomery. 492— R. 
Kitchen. 494 — J. H. Crook, E. E. Savage, R. H. Ross. 495— F. Sackrider, 
M. G. Hill. G. Goldblatt, A. R. Deacon, W. H. Buckles, K. E. N. 
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Heim, A. Shaffer, D. Cadesky, C. Gross, B. Fish, M. Brenzel, G. Fisher. 
523— J. L. Welsh, R. C. Searles, C. H. Williamson, C. S. Browne, H. J. 
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W. T. Muirhead. 536 — W. A. Hamblev. P. Bregman, J. M. McAndrew. 
C. W. Wing, F. A. Savage, N. V. Chambers. 537— H. Lucas, E. T. Hinton, 
W. C. Maddocks, B. W. McGregor, F. Knowles, G. Chambers, M. J. E. 
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542— T. G. Galloway, F. J. Tate, V. DeVita. O. R. Hanson, W. E. Kerr, 
J. K. Dickson, E. C. Ralph. 543— J. McGuigan, C. F. Brookes. F. Vogan, 
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C. E. Blackburn, W. G. Morris, F. Kneve, R. J. Haythorpe, D. McFarlane, 
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Palmer. G. H. Andrew, J. C. Tredeett, J. E. Stewart. W. H. Woolgar, J. 
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C. E. McClocklin, E. G. Humphries. L. Cunningham, W. W. Schoales. 554— 
W. Armstrona. G. H. Baylev. T. Ormsbv. 555 — T. Tregunno, C. G. Smith, 
C. E. Stewart, H. L. Crowe, A. Wells. F. E. Sheriff. W. H. O'Neil, J. 
Irwin. G. L. Smith. S. C. Barton. W. R. McDonald. V. C. Green, A. E. 
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Milne, H. A. Moore, W. Webster, R. D. Hamilton. 563— D. L. Kinzie. T. 
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E. M. Kennedy. W. Westwater. B. Whitton, J. G. Pettie. W. J. Abell, G. 
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Gordon, J. G. Munro. G. E. Phillips. E. C. Marshall, W. Carmichael. 
567— A. J. Denne, F. Segriff, L. R. Kendall. R. J. Moss, C. Webb, T. S. 
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570 — G. C. Poole, J. W. Cornell. J. W. Tinkler, D. Kirkness. F. Fairbanks, 
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Stinson. F. R. Kennev, G. S. Lingard. R. Robertson. B. F. Kilbev. 572 — 
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Henry, A. I. Hoover. 577— E. J. Carter, W. O. Fogg, J. Davenport, W. 
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R. A. Fulton, G. H. Lacey, C. H. Howarth, J. L. Skinner, C. W. Pearce. 
581— N. A. MacEachern, H. C. MitcheU, W. J. Baxter. 582— A. G. 
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585— E. M. Boyd, G. W. Mylkes, H. G. MilUcan, G. B. Scott, W. E. 
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Kitson, A. Bueller. 589 — F. H. Henderson, R. M. Lethbridge, J. L. Francis, 
F. E. Harrison, A. Wilson. 590— W. B. Beattie, E. G. Paterson, R. C. 
Wilson. 591— W. J. Hall, F. G. Edger, F. N. Carr, A. Morton, L. 
Steadman, A. E. Skippon. 592— W. F. Hunkin, A. L. Clarke, T. G. 
Hanson, C. L. Vigus, J. W. Ward, J. A. Chisholm, F. A. Johnson, W. 
Wheeler. 593— T. S. Bowman, R. Stirhng, K. C. Noseworthy, A. Pritchard, 
D. G. Baird, W. S. Dodds, T. B. HamiU, R. Bauld. 594 — J. E. Cornfoot, 
A. R. Dinniwell, J. O. Hinchcliffe, W. Haining, W. N. EdgUl, G. W. 
Dustan, H. G. Barnard, J. R. C. Stuart. 595— H. D. Arbuckle, A. F. 
Booth, G. H. Firth, T. H. MUls. 596— J. L. Campbell. 597— J. A. M. 
CampbeU, W. Seaton, R. J. Somerville, A. E. NichoUs, H. R. Sykes, S. 
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W. B. MacMiUan, F, Fairhurst, R. M. Paterson, J. P. Mayberry, W. G. 
Higginson, G. A. Cameron, J. Walker, G. Carruthers. 599 — R. A. Bremner, 
A. E. Ginger, R. Clarke, J. W. Slawson, C. L. R. Ross, A. W. Mcintosh, 

D. H. G. Wilson. 600— O. Dominico, F. T. O'NeiU, D. J. Gunn, W. 
Williams, C. Harris. 601— A. T. Murray, J. A. Smith, W. A. McPhee, A. 
A. Gauley. 602— F. Foreman, W. T. Gloven, C. R. Edwards, W. O. Childs, 
J. A. Lennox, G. Dunbar. 604— R. HaU, M. J. Reid, J. S. McLean, E. C. 
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Tidd. 606— A. Campbell, S. E. Harker, E. Flath, J. G. Dodd. 608— C. 
R. Weldon, R. W. Fountain, H. E. Coad, J. A. Kennedy, F. S. Chidley, G. 
N. HeatUe. 609— M. McFarlane, T. H. Wettlaufer, O. N. ReibUng. 610— 
H. T. Meriam, D. Chapman. 611 — C. Harper, M. R. Swanston, H. McKeag. 
612— G. H. Philbrook, S. Duncombe, D. W. Caswell, J. T. Kinsman, R. H. 
Sinclair, M. P. Cavanaugh, D. N. Nicolson. 613 — J. E. Martin, T. W. 
Kennedy, W. D. Slowley, H. R. Ellis. 614 — G. G. Rorison, A. R. 
McKenney, D. S. Home. 615— L. K. Baker. 616— A. W. Horton, J. H. 
Johnson, E. M. Snetsinger, J. A. Weedmark. 617 — T. C. Paulsen, E. A. E. 
Rutledge, H. G. Turner, R. Charity. G. W. Hill. 618— W. B. McMulUn, 

E. G. PoweU, Jr., A. E. Nuttal. 619— H. Abraham, G. Arnold, S. Baker, 

F. Dunsford, D. Smith, W. Johnston, R. Tolhurst. 620 — R. J. Aitchison, 

G. Sprung, P. C. Notchkiss. 621— T. J. Hetherington, L. Middleton, M. 
A. Kirkham, K. A. Alexander. 622— M. O. Wilson, W. Steed, J. McClellan. 
623 — G. T. Honer, H. Atkins, G. H. Matthews, A. P. Orr, J. T. Semmens, 
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Henderson, C. B. Meyers, W. A. Green, H. Bembridge. 627 — H. Rosenberry. 
628— W. Clement. 629— A. L. Scace, P. R. Alderson, V. A. Russell, Sr., 
J. G. Dodd, S. Lazenby, J. H. Mclkoy, K. L. Wilson, M. Getsler. 630— R. 
W. Wells, W. B. Adams. 631— R. H. Pattison, L. W. Shrumm, C. O. 
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L. Brown, R. A. Jamieson, P. Davidson, E. Flath. 636 — A. O. M. 
Gustavson. 637 — A. C. Thomson, W. E. Ashdown, H. E. Lewis, M. K. 
Maclver, R. MacLennan, J. S. HiU, E. V. Jarvis, C. M. MacDonald, J. 
Highet, C. C. Stewart, J. A. Christie, B. W. Rubley, E. M. Rae, W. B. 
Curry, D. K. Robertson, H. A. Kolstad. 638— W. C. Gillespie, A. B. 
MitcheU. 639— W. A. Burgess, L. I. WilUams, A. C. McLean, M. D. 
Warner, H. E. Nickling, P. G. Andrews, O. F. Bowman. 640 — J. TUbury. 
641 — J. Imrie, D. A. Matheson, P. Matthews, C. R. Heartfield, A. F. Johns. 
642— W. Robson, C. Flett. 643 — E. Montgomery, E. J. Beatty, J. A. Best, 
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Stoddart, W. J. Webber, J. S. Clarke, W. J. McBride. 645— R. M. 
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646— D. J. Stiver, H. Morton. 647— T. Meakins, A. Crook, A. Hill, T. 
J. P. Neary, D. Brymer. 648— A. Hamilton, J. W. Pym, T. R. Mather, 
J. J. Bond, W. Mcintosh. 649— C. R. Mcintosh, C. H. McGahey, N. Allan, 
S. A. Willson, J. H. Couper, F. E. Wilson, K. Jackson, A. W. Lawrence, 



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N. E. Wirsching. 651— W. Locke, H. Bray, W. T. Mitchell, V. Bowman, 
J. H. L. Brennan, A. M. Mossman. D. E. Innis. 652 — R. B. Douglas, J. 
G Davis, C. R. Wears. 653— J. J. Boddy. 654— C. V. Joyce, J. D. 
Marlatt, H. J. Lancashire, W. Glassman. 655 — J. M. Douglas, A. J. 
Wright, E. Flath, F. W. Hewitt, J. C. McCullough, A. W. Coome. 656— 
E. A. Eliason, W. F. Draper, O. L. Grey, D. J. Barrett. 657— C. 
MacDonald, H. Atkins, R. C. Scharff. 658— R. H. Moore, G. C. Tate, 
T. J. Johnston, S. E. Jeffrey, A. G. Gilroy, W. F. Wood, M. E. Huffman, 
W. C. McKaig. 659— J. D. Ledlow, E. J. Johnstone. 660— A. KoUman, 
W. H. Clark. 661— H. Mclntyre, J. P. Reid. W. CouU, G. R. Bathgate, T. 

C. Bishop. 662— J. SUtt. 663— F. M. Smith, W. R. Curran. 664 — 
W. E. Foster, J. E. Morrison, H. C. Allen, E. Flath. 665— C. J. Glover, 
T. W. Lindley. 666— A. H. Evans, P. VanDusen. 667— R. H. Harvey, 

D. McLaurin, D. E. McDougall, W. J. Glass. 668— D. R. Buie, T. Code. 
669— J. A. Maclntyre. 670 — O. U. Middleton, A. M. Campbell, V. J. 
Oakley, W. Gardner, R. G. Griffin. 671— A. G. Fyfe. 672— R. J. WilUams. 
674— H. C. Henry. 675— F. Hills, W. Morrison. 676— C. J. Stokes, M. 
Campbell, J. A. Snow. 677— F. A. Lee. 678— J. A. MulUgan, H. Bailey. 
681— W. W. Press, H. Gilbert, R. J. Johnson. 682— E. Flath, R. J. Gibson. 
683— A. Hall. 684— J. S. Melchior, G. F. Kingsmill, A. J. Jeffrey, F. 
Silverstein. 687— E. Rogers, N. W. Byrne. 689— K. J. Davidson. 690— 
B. M. McNaughton, N. G. Browne. 692 — E. Hendershot. 696—1. Dawson. 
697— A. R. Pearce, J. K. Hogrebe. 698— W. C. MarshaU, M. Hellburg. 
699— A. M. Grigor. 701— C. W. Scott, F. C. Sinfield. 702— G. K. Imrie, 
J. C. Hillman. 704 — A. K. Graham, L. H. Farrow. 705— H. J. Lawrance. 
706— A. Archibald, J. McCleUan. 708— N. T. Sanderson. 710— J. M. 
Menzies. 711— W. H. Goodall. 713— R. Asselstine. 717— R. F. Pitney, 
A. E. Schindler. 720— W. O. Lamb, S. Duncombe. 721— R. C. Wilson, 
K. Campbell. 



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2— R. L. White, J. Wright, J. F. NeUssen, H. L. Steele. 3— M. F. Gibbs. 
5— B. H. Middagh, M. C. Parish, K. P. Pergau, H. F. Sunderland, G. J. 
Heaton. 6— W. G. Vallance. G. R. Milburn. P. N. Karst. G. E. Dougher, 
P. G. McDonald. 7— J. O. Thomas, J. R. Scott, B. H. Toner. 9— J. W. 
Moore. 10 — D. H. Nosworthy. 11 — M. A. Wobzak, L. I. Trawley, R. 
W. Guthrie, W. J. Parsons. 16 — C. F. Wilson, J. A. Huxley, D. A. 
Ferguson. 20 — A. C. Brown, D. V. Brown, C. W. Bryan, S. S. Moore, 

D. J. Gerry, J. C. Campbell. W. H. Wagner. R. W. Pope, G. H. VaU, G. 

C. Warden, J. D. MacKay, T. R. Thompson, W. J. Williams, H. J. Fraleigh, 
J. H. Hannesson, B. S. Humphries, A. C. Curtis, R. G. McLean. 22 — J. 
Allard, G. W. Caterine, R. Pidgeon, C. M. Dawson. 23— P. Ross, W. A. 
Mitchell, S. H. Hollingsworth. 24 — J. C. Mussell, D. D. B. Thomson, J. 
R. Weston, R. G. Wright. 25— J. R. Hayman. 26 — M. F. Mason, J. 
W. Trueman, R. J. Morton, C. R. Dey, G. S. Stewart, G. H. Waddingham. 
28— L. A. Stewart. 30— L. F. CampbeU, W. Sala. 34 — D. K. Halls, H. 
J. Duffy. 38— A. L. Smith, R. W. Wright, H. R. Zilke, J. W. Ratcliffe, 
R. C. Lenaghan, E. S. Mason. 40 — L. H. Cunningham, W. J. Black, J. 
Butwick, A. Walker, T. Mune, T. Walker. 43— J. H. Cornell. 44— B. 

E. Dunn. 45 — G. L. Papple, G. F. Meadows, W. J. Carpenter, J. A. 
Harding, D. W. Knight, C. L. R. Child, D. B. Scanlon, J. R. Kingdon, D. 
G. Todd. 47— E. G. Douglas, D. V. Wilson, C. W. Piersdroff, W. 
Matthews, S. B. Millin, D. V. Axford, W. J. Kennedy, J. A. Probert, E. W. 
Shaffer. 48— B. X. Edwards. 52— D. C. Wootton, R. M. Wadden. 55— 

D. E. Fleming J. Marsland, V. W. McFadden. 56 — C. W. London, R. 
H. Brown. 64— E. C. Campbell, P. E. Dubois, P. S. McCaig, D. R. 
CoUey, H. W. Herbert. 65— P. R. Langford, J. A. Large, H. S. Hickman, 
D. C. Ritchie, D. B. Cowper. 68— N. D. Frost, H. E. James. 74— L. A. 
McDougall D. Sutherland. 75 — G. A. Leask, S. F. Abbey, G. D. Holmes, 
A. W. B. Mendeis, W. L. Williamson. 76— J. Vair, W. lUbury, B. L. Snell, 
L. J. Pearce, N. A. Palmer, D. R. Brown, W. Hanson, E. J. Harrington 

D. R. Cosens, C. Anderson, R. M. Scott, W. F. Richardson, K. H. 
McTaegert, G. S. Rapson, G. Taylor, G. Tuttle, J. W. Madill, C. B. Hodgins, 

E. Wilson, F. J. Madill. 78— J. R. CrandaU, J. A. Campbell, G. M. 
Stoner, M. B. Hart, A. H. Ronson, H. R. Airhart, J. E. Curren, C. R. 
Longfield, D. L. Mclntree, D. CaldweU, M. A. Jacob, D. B. Horton. 82— 
J. B. Brown. 83— W. K. Beck, B. M. Purdon, D. A. Woodworth. 86— 



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D. A. Cleland, J. Edwards, W. A. Seaford. 87— W. E. SeUers, J A. 
Smith, G. R. Greig, W. R. Douglas, D. J. Martin. 91— C. R. Holton. 92— 
G. C. Scott, D. V. Perkins, E. G. Edmunds, E. O. Wright. 94— J. G. 
Christmas. 96— C. G. Ashdown. 98— J. Waller, R. G. Williams. 104— 
P. K. Harvey. 105— W. G. Chipman, R. M. Jolley, C. S. Antler, L. H. 
Gust. 120— A. E. Wigmore, S. H. TimeweU. 121— F. L. Long,D. M. 
Varey, V. Horner, R. Ewing, C. V. Ryan, R. EwLng, Jr.. 122— J. E. 
Pearson, A. Morrison. 123 — J. E. McFarlane. 125 — J. J. Raynor, S. J. 
Wilson. 126— D. G. Rothwell, E. R. Harber. 128— O. M. Dennison, J. 
R. Trinnell, A. W. Dupuis. 131— G. R. Chapman. 133— R. P. Gillespie, F. 

B. Smith. 136— M. L. McLean, L. RaxUn, F. Burnett. 142— E. H. N. 
Lambert B. L. Jeffrey. 144 — W. V. Croat, R. D. Chandler, K. W. 
Sippel. 145— J. E. G. Lequire. 148— W. D. Griffin, L S. Anderson, J. 
W. Burton, R. G. Smith, J. Kemper. 149— J. A. Cope, T. E. Graham, A. 
H. Lariviere, K. HaU. 151— J. C, Hayhurst. 155— K. F. Hosker, D. G. 
McGregor, J. L. Black. 156— H. A. MulUns, B. A. Daniels, H. K. M. 
Deas-Dawlish, L R. Gordon. 159— E. R. Temple. 161— T. C. Doidge, J. R. 
Clarke. 165 — B. J. Simpson, S. J. Slater, A. Jennings, J. H. Deacon, I. 
Belrose, A. J. Proctor, S. J. Thompson, C. Proctor, W. D. Coulter, B. J. 
Robertson, A. McColl. 166— J. Ward, R. L. J. Buckler, J. N. Storry, G. 
Gauen, S. D. Pepper. 177— W. H. Henderson, R. B. Laxton. 178— D. R. 
Habermehl. 180— T. Hamill, A. M. Binkley, W. J. McCully, T. N. Lyon. 184 — 
A. D. Johnston. 193— E. Lewis. 194— J. M. Hunter, J. A. Rowe, J. E. Brooks, 
R. M. Bailey, F. K. Ritchie, N. S. Manuik, S. R. Wliiting, M. T. Voss. 195— N. 
Hyde, W. E. WiUard, D. Lamb, J. D. Rowe. 196— G. R. Wihnott, T. C. Grainger 
207— J. H. Bethune. 209a— H. J. Jones, W. Perrin, C. W. Pollard, O. G. 
Brooks, R. J. Marsh, D. L. Ward, A. J. Goddard, J. F. Butterly, P. Lyon, 
D. J. Ash. 217— W. W. Richardson. 218— W. J. Potton, J. C. MarshaU, 
A. H. Flaherty, J. H. Doge. 220— R. J. Bradbury, C. F. Post. 221— P. 
W. Codwise, C. Prescott, E. D. Jackson. 222 — J. Lofthouse. 229 — J. H. 
Scott 230— J. A. McBrides, W. A. Galhmore, R. J. Gilchrist. 231— A. E. 
Grey, G. J. Chester. 232— C. G. Ripley. 238— R. B. Collins. 239— J. 
W. Moffat. 249— A. Fox, H. L. Hauskins, M. R. Parnell. 253— M. R. 
Eves, W. R. Lemmon, O. J. McAdoo, R. Grimwood, D. Mouldey, H. F. G. 
Disney, E. A. Knox, E. H. MuUin. 255— G. M. Davies. 258— J. P. Scott, 
D. M. Witty, J. W. F. Stewart, E. D. BriU, H. E. Walford, L. Jackson, T. 
V. BaU. 263— T. Pressey, W. Mills. 264 — H. K. Schilger. 265— F. 
Talbot, R. A. Green, J. E. Moar. 271— H. G. Goodenham. 272— G. S. 
Mallett. 277— J. Brown, A. H. Berry, J. M. Crothers, D. G. McCleUand, 
J. W. E. Neill, J. Vanoost. 279—1. G. Davidson, H. R. Reeve. 285— 
S. W. Dalghesh, W. A. Dunlop, J. Darby, A. J. Flood, D. L. Law, E, A. 
Munroe, O. B. Patterson, T. L. Warden, A. E. Watkins, L. G. Wild, H. 
W. Wilson D. A. McKinneU, R. E. Tournay, H. E. Woodruff, C. G. Clute, 
G. T. Barrett, H. M. Burgess, D. J. Read, G. M. Hunt, P. F. Manley, F. J. 
Lewis, O. Irwin, L. N. Duffin, P. H. Shetler, J. B. Charters, D. E. Duff. 
287— R. J. Aitkens, I. J. F. Berg, F. F. Hansen, G. H. Parvis, J. Smyth, A. 

C. Stirrett. 292— F. C. Dent, L. E. Stribbell, A. G. Saunders, C. H. 
Adams. 294— G. L. Marshall. 303— G. S. Augustine. 304 — W. A. 
MacDonald. 306 — ^J. M. Hooper. 315 — G. H. Pace. 316 — G. A. 
Hudgins. 318— W. M. GemmeU. 320— S. M. Brown. 321— D. H. C. 
Parker. 324 — R. C. Prowse, H. L. Howard. 325— C. E. Miller, L. Aslett, 
W. B. Archibald. 329— E. L. Little. 330— F. W. J. Richardson, E. A. 
Hoare, A. L. Hill, J. P. Forbes A. J. Mcintosh, S. W. Burgess, E. B. 
Medland, R. McKeown, J. D. Mihie, R. J. Stuart. 332— R. W. Hansford, 
K. A. McKay. 338— J. H. Leeds, C. H. Zumstein. 339— A. C. Jackson, 
J. D. Jackson, J. H. Barger, K. A. Fulford. 345— D. C. King, K. L. York, 
W. H. Bisbee, A. Carroll, T. E. Handysides. 346 — H. Matern, L. W. 
Mathews, M. G. Aimer, H. C. Ballantye, B. R. D. Christie, B. F. Conrad, 
R. G. Dunne, L. F. Howard. 347— R. Meiklejohn, W. H. Speers, B. M. 
Armstrong. 354— R. B. Snelgrove. 357— J. S. Scott, D. Brothwell, F. W. 
Sones. 358— J. C. Alton. 361— H. A. Magee. 364 — J. D. McCallum. 
367— A. McEwan, R. T. Mather, V. A. Burden. 369— P. N. Pascoes, C. 

D. Elliott. 371— L. M. Peterson. 374 — P. R. Evans. 377— J. Doan. 
378 — P. A. Aigeldinger, H. G. Andrew. 382 — S. Georgian, D. R. Young. 
383_G. G. Wright. 384— M. H. Pryhoda, J. A. Vos, W. Perry, D. Handy. 
385— E. McKnight. 386— E. McCallam, E. A. DeLong. 391— D. R. 
O'Neill. 392— C. G. Ohvant, D. G. 1 leming. 394 — F. Wright. 397— R. 
W. McKellar, D. A. Goshn. 398— L. G. Cheney. 400— A. G. Askew. 
405— N. R. Watson. 406— S. Coffler, R. F. Huson. 409— W. L. HiU. 
410— H. G. Carter, J. H. Henderson, J. B. Paterson. 411— J D. Schleihauf, 



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J. Woodend, F. W. Paterson. 412— R. H. Davies, A. A. Lawson, O. E. 
Dent, R. E. Kuittenen. 414— H. W. Speight. 415— T. Comess. 417— 
L. Fedyk, W. C. Lackie, C. E. Finlay, G. T. Hosie. 420— G. L. Johnson. 
424 — O. A. BuU, R. Beech, J. R. Courtice, G. Sinclair, H. Peach, G. Laming, 
R. P. Boyle, A. E. Crowe, J. G. Hall. 426— B. J. Rea. 429— G. Goar, 
J. Ewasyke. 430— T. Worsley, T. W. Barley, G. H. Ramsden. 432— R. E. 
HoUand, H. L. Ibbotson, W. A. Chapman. 436— A. E. Jones, E. G. 
Forgrave, D. C. Mann. 437— D. Mellon, J. Payne. 438— V. Wadsworth. 
442— G. L. Hornick. 445— G. R. Carmicheal, Z. S. Katz. 447— W. E. 
Edmunds. 448— D. R. Frederisy, M. CaUc. 449— D. O. Mclntyre, H. J. 
Mclntyre. 450 — A. Gustaffsen, E. J. Aluarez, A. C. McCord. 453— H. 
Rowthorn, F. M. Hogg, L. L. Grant, C. C. Black. 455— W. N. Little. 
459— L. Bradley. 464 — G. R. Knighton. 469 — C. A. Hames, D. I. 
Masson, L. Trudeau, J. D. Griffiths, J. A. Standidge, B. E. Rydall. 473— 
J. R. Strachan, J. Price, T. Dunleavey. 474 — R. B. Baycroft D. Marshall, 
M. Hawthorne, R. M. Hogge. 475— A. E. Town, C. C. Lugg, W. D. 
Stewart, F. R. Ferguson, G. I. Weir. 476— K. L. Hoffman. 479— J. E. 
Boland. 481 — J. B. Lawson, W. L. Moorehead, D. Smith, D. A. Drynan, 
C. Flaherty. 482 — K. Burger. 484 — J. D. Ormiston, G. Jorgenson. 
487— A. C. Bonnier, L. R. Johnson, R. E. Chafee. 491— A. H. Murdock, 
H. I. Moore, M. G. Skakum. 494— W. Perry, G. Fmlayson, B. F. McCall 
W. A. Osborn, M. A. Ridgway. 495— E. Henderson, S. Williamson, G. 
Beckett, H. T. Medcalf, J. Garrett, W. Kartsomanis. 496 — N. D. Schnuda. 
498— R. Sheey. 501— F. J. Bragg. 505— W. A. Claybourne J. L. 
Clayboume, K. N. Nicol. 506— D. Bridger, J. C. Anderson. 507— N. L. 
McMahon, J. L. Sulhvan, W. F. Tmney. 508— A. E. L. WaddeU, T. G. 
Waterhouse, W. E. Reid, A. C. Drummond, R. H. Vankeuren. 511 — R. H. 
Sugden, R. D. Thomson E. C. Lawson. 512— W. Walsweer, C. O. Selby. 
513— G. W. Brown, E. K. Angel, R. G. Furry, G. R. Bailey, C. B. Wood, 
H. Woods, J. H. Cowan, B. B. Roberts. 514 — G. W. Livingstone. 515— 
F. Hawthorn, J. F. Amy. 517— L. J. Hunt. 518— F. C. MeadweU, L. R. 
Lucas, R. F. Hamlyn, J. E. Lundstrum, A. J. McConnell, R. A. Shepherd. 
519— E. Andersen. 520 — I. E. Cobb, T. H. Chambers, F. G. Donaldson. 
521— W. L. Smith, D. C. MacLeod, J. Watterson, B. K. Weatherell, R. B. 
Gee, K. M. Cunningham, E. G. J. McEvoy, L. F. Slater, B. B. Beach. 
522— P. Cronish, I. A. Goodman, M. Hunter, P. M. Stone. 524 — F. N. 
Hughes, O. S. Ridgway, J. G. Wilhams. 525—1. C. Bmkley, E. B. Jolliffe. 
526— L. C. Kearns, E. A. Schulz, T. E. Rowley. 527— W. R. Wilson, L. J. 
Somers, O. A. Bennett. 529— H. D. CampbeU, J. R. Lowther. 530 — C. 
W. Burge. 531— W. H. Hutchinson, J. S. Young, A. H. Sloman. 532— 
R. McClean. 533— S. Woodside. T. Stewart. 535— A. C. Brown, L. G. 
Moote, V. A. Christopher, J. W. Root, R. H. Caven, R. C. Armstrong. 
536 — M. R. Wotten. 537— J. W. Tindale, J. Rambo J. G. Moore, O. W. 
Pritchard, J. G. Kerr, R. G. MacLean, W. J. MiUett, L. J. Giffen. 538— J. 
W. Stevens, T. C. Moore, R. D. Ironsides. 541 — L. N. Walker, G. B. 
Walkey. 542— G. D. Adams, D. C. Vickers, W. M. Wilson, C. H. Watts. 
543 — M. A. Hines, R. B. Anderson, G. P. MacLennan, A. Ho, K. L. 
Elliott, J. R. Crawford, A. Sinclair, A. F. Farrow. 544 — H. N. Litt. 545— 
K. G. Ludlow, A. Parkinson, E. W. Dorsey. 546 — W. A. Lockwood, G. 

C. McArthur. 548— J. B. Lindsey, W. R. Scott, J. Buchan, R. B. Wright, 

D. Cassels, P. Donnachie. 549 — G. A. Rosewell, E. E. Kennish. 551 — 
W. Cuthbert, E. Richards, D. J. Young, G. G. Grieve. 552 — C. L. Davis, 
A. F. Rooney, A. Manning, J. D. Gardner. 553 — A. P. Burgin, H. P. 
Bayliss, J. Niven. 554 — J. R. Calcott. 559— J. Goldberg, G. Freidman, 
S. Marcus, B. S. Pike, S. A. Glock, M. Warner, H. Robins, J. H. Francoz, 
J. S. Z. Wagman, S. S. Chusid, M. Sversky, M. Brodie, C. R. Pritzker. 
560— H. W. McClurg, C. R. Rennie, R. E. Smith, T. G. McMuUen, J. V. 
McPartlin K. Pekelsky, J. Steele, L. T. A. Emmerson. 562 — A. K. Clark. 
563— G. M. Douglas. 565— W. F. Johnston, J. C. Rogers, W. M. 
Carruthers. 566— W. R. Howatt. 567— R. G. Sheppard, G. B. Chishohn, 
M. L. House, K. R. Howes. 569— J. W. Reid, A. M. Taylor, D. A. 
Reid, A. J. Conn, R. M. Bettridge, E. G. Rout G. M. Smith, S. E. Switzer, 
K. A. Lowe. 571 — E. T. Butler, G. J. Aston, W. J. Whitelaw, J. Dagg, T. 
Culbertson, R. G. Bell, W. S. Smith, L. G. Bird. 572— G. B. Cruickshank. 
573— H. G. Pierce, W. K. Murray, R. N. Weaver, L. Kennedy. 575— A. 
Brindley, F. H. Morrison, G. E. McGaffin. 576 — A. Moorehouse, N. T. 
Brown, N. L. Boughner, A. D. Fomdran. 577— B. M. McPhaden. 578— 

E. W. Hendershot, M. Brien. 579— M. Calic, D. G. Tait, S. Solomons. 
581— D. M. Thomas. 583— J. Haddow, C. M. Hull. 585— J. E. Fowler, 



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A. N. Adam, M. A. Menzies, W. M. Waugh, H. J. Tovey. 587— A. Stewart, 
F. S. Stanley H. Chadwick, R. T. Wheeler, C. Thompson, R. A. Bennett, 
H. N. Stone. 591— J. W. Pincombe, G. Morgan, R. W. Black, T. MarshaU. 
593— M. McLaren, B. Baran, J. M. Abbelahad. 595— J. F. Bruce, W. 

D. Sinclair, E. C. Anderson, R. D. Pogue, G. K. Spalhn. 596— L. E. 
Hamilton, R. W. Porter. 597— G. L. Ursaki, J. L. Campbell, G. Cake, N. 
McClelland, A. Campbell, T. S. Conley, C. Stennett, J. D. Thomson. G. 

E. Ings, L. Hull, J. S. Ryan. 598— L. J. Moxon, L. D. Scott, E. L. 
Davies. 599— R. J. Sloane. 600— W. G. Bulucon, C. B. Carlson W. G. 
Moore, A. Samson, F. F. Webb, J. S. Weir, M. E. Parry. 601— W. H. 
John, R. E. Toman. 602— D. G. Wilson, A. M. Stahn, J. Leigh, H. J. 
Lampman J. Forrester, B. J. Alton, J. Anderson, R. F. Ramstead, R. 
Snidermaii, D. B. Robertson, J. G. Gibson. 604 — H. E. Homer, L. 
Ferguson, G. M. Hogan. 606— D. T. Corbett. 607—1. S. Anderson, R. L. 
Bull, R. A. Maynard. 610— H. G. Randall. 611— G. F. Wolfenden, D. 
V. McPherson, P. J. Bingham, C. J. MulhoUand. 612— D. Throup, T. M. 
Austin, R. W. Beamish, C. W. Montford, S. Harding, R. H. Speller. 616— 
J. V. Stevens, A. Luciak. 617— C. K. Howard, G. C. Gibson, W. C. 
Eves. 619— T. Beard, F. Kidd, W. Kidd. 620— C. Hayes. 622— V. A. 
Everitt, J. G. Chambers, J. M. Warren, D. R. Barrer. 623— M. R. KiUins, 

B. G. Mcintosh, F. B. Maclnnes, G. Kerr. 624— M. W. Moulton, C. V. 
Hammond. 626 — D. N. Bean, M. Miljust, R. H. Reid, J. W. Hodgson. 
629— L. A. Cole. 635— R. G. J. Masters, G. C. Rieger, W. R. Jones. 
636— A. H. H. Malcohn. 637— J. Massie, J. C. Fleming, G. T. Lawrence. 
641— R. J. Pretty, R. P. Bell, J. A. Przednowek, M. Wonder, D. G. KeUy, 
A. Kolody, G. A. Katz. 643— W. E. Toyne, G. A. Cook, A. Nicholson, 
R. Physentzou. 644 — K. Niemuller. 645— A. M. Croskery. 647 — C. A. 
Bentley, S. J. E. Martins, B. Porter. 648— L. T. Johnstone, J. F. Berard 
L. A. Hall. 649— J. C. Clements, J. R. McMachin. 651— J. Murray, W. 
Bradley. 652— D. W. Barclay, R. H. Preston, F. G. MitcheU, J. McKinneU. 
653— E. W. Tibbies, R. E. Emery K. M. Vance, R. D. West, D. J. McLean, 
N. K. Smith, D. M. Mann. 655— C. G. Nelson, W. Sevan, P. R. Hopkins 

F. D. Bailey. 656— F. W. DougaU, G. A. Swanson. 658— D. R. Lawrence, 

A. L. Rogers, G. T. Rogers, D. R. Longmore, E. Lankinen, W. J. G. 
Hughes, B. K. Smith. 659— H. R. Usher, R. E. Gilchrist, A. B. McFarlane, 
J. N. McKenzie, J. M. Sanders, F. C. Sinclair. 660— R. L. Bender. 661— 

B. W. Tweedie. 663— G. W. Noble. 664 — D. A. Humm, D. W. Reid. 
666— J. J. McNab J. R. Jarrett, H. J. Rose. 668— D. E. Mcintosh. 669— 

G. J. Gibson, B. A. Shane. 670— W. Singleton, G. W. Angus, R. Greer, R. 
E. Spring, W. L. Somers, A. E. Newall. 571 — J. McRoberts, J. S. Porter, 
R. Clark, S. A. Green, E. E. Vainio, R. M. Rosnak. 672— F. A. McAuley. 
676 — G. Cummings, G. B. Walkey. 677 — A. Mainwaring, .W. N. McDonald, 
G. T. Hubbard, S. H. Hawkins. 681— F. J. Combill, G. Jeffrey, H. H. 
Quinn, R. A. Buckner. 682— P. J. Barnes. 685— R. E. Hobbs. 686— T. 
M. Mitchell. 687— D. D. Andrews. 689— R. D. Renwick, B. J. H. Robins, 
A. Beresford, G. F. MacDonald. 692 — W. W. Pearson, S. J. Hawthorne. 
693— W. J. Mulock, J. W. A. Journeau, R. D. Johnson, J. E. Snow. 697— 
E. L. Damude. 698— J. A. Collett. 702— A. Gerken, W. E. Butz, A. 
J. Cummings. 703— E. Valder, E. D. Plante. 710— W. H. Rogers, N. 
Armstrong. 711— J. Greenwood, J. C. Watling. 714 — E. T. Luksha, P. 
G. Boulton. 

SUSPENSION CONTINUED 

680— Terry Grantland Paul. 

EXPULSION 

510— Jack F. Hancock. 

RESTORATIONS — 1973 

5— J. Philipson. 11— G. H. Carveth. 17— R. D. Elliston. 20— J. D. 
MacKay. 26— R. G. Cox. 29— R. A. Chatten. 34 — D. K. Halls. 38— 
J. H. Heaney, A. W. McFarland, R. F. Wilson. 39— W. P. MitUer. 44— 
R. M. Lucas, M. W. Lee. 46— R. F. Giles. 47— H. L. Findlay, P. S. 
Cove, H. Clugston, Z. Machacek A. Ivanoff. 57 — J. S. Bates. 64 — 
W. D. Lament. 65 — D. B. Cowper. 72 — L. Grove, J. Davidson. 76 — 
E. Buckridge, C. C. Young. 78— D. O. Horton. 81— W. J. D. McAlister. 
86— P. C. Mason. 94 — W. H. Mclntyre. 96— A. M. Gillies, I. E. 
Stevenson, W. Hake, W. H. Brown, L. R. Leigh, W. E. L. Lord. 101— 
H. S. Wallace. 116— H. Pickard J. H, Davis. 125— C. G. Markell. 



210 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

128— J. Blondeau, W. R. A. Gardner. 142— E. H. N. Lambert. 165— A. A. 
Dredge, K. D. Scott. 177— B. Rourke. 180— R. A. Cowan. 196— E. L. 
Fergusson, W. G. Thomas. 209a— T. P. Hoyle. 222— D. C. McCoimell. 

225— F. H. Cooke. 229— R. Rambridge, E. Schofield. 234 — G. P. Baker. 
253— N. Semple, F. G. Palmer, D. Mouldey. 254 — L. C. Crawford. 258— 
P. A. Smith, S. Wells. 263— W. Mills. 271— T. G. Gooderham, W. D. 
MacMillan. 277— J. W. F. Milman, G. Mailer. 283— T. H. Neill. 285— 

D. A. McKinnell H. E. Woodruff, R. E. Tournay. 290— G. A. Brown. 
302— J. Stamos. 315— G. H. Pace. 324 — H. L. Howard. 332— K. A. 
McKav. 339— H. T. Rowe. 345— F. S. Cassin, G. A. Fuller. 367— D. R. 
Ibbotson, J. W. Bachly. 368— D. R. E. Ferguson. 378— P. A. 
Aigeldinger, W. J. Andrew. 384— R. E. Roy. 401— W. H. McGregor. 
403— W. E. Johnson. 405— O. R. McKinnon. 412— H. McLean. 420— 
S. E. Elliott. 437— F. Pugh. 439— F. F. MacLeod. 469— J. B. Grigg. 
475— J. Morton. 487— B. L. Gilbert. 492— W. G. White. 501— G. W. H. 
Wilkinson, T. F. Carter. 508— A. C. Croome. 510— C. Farrell. 521— C. 
Bourdeau, R. Copetiuk, D. M. Kay, F. B. Trewin, W. G. Hunt, R. E. 
Langshaw, R. W. Cox, M. R. Lyman, H. Barrett, D. R. Henderson, J. R. 
Stewart, P. G. Brickman, D. M. Paget, E. W. Grabowski, W. L. Allen, J. 

E. Widdifield, F. E. Elford, W. W. W. Hochschild, V. Rodrique, W. A. 
Jones, G. Thornton. 527— L. E. Caddel. 532— G. A. T. Hinchcliffe. 
533 — J. Lockard, G. Cooke. 537 — N. Jenkinson. 542 — B. Cruickshank. 
543— T. C. Quigley. 546— R. L. Bradley. 549— R. S. Simson. 551— 

D. J. Young. 553— R. Gamble. 554— J. Murray. 555— J. W. Evans. 
558— W. Cook. 559— S. Goldstein. 560— G. W. R. Gullock, J. V. 
McPartlin. 561— H. S. Taylor. 563— J. W. Pluck. 570— A. R. Williams. 
571— T. J. Porter. 573— R. N. Weaver. 578— L. H. Leggett. 580— 
G. WOl. 583— J. Haddow. 600— L. W. Tolley. 601— J. E. McFadyen. 
611— B. C. Sloan. 617— W. R. Manson. 618— T. D. Burnett, I. P. 
Costello. 620— J. E. Crane. 622— J. H. Ashbum, R. L. Clegg. 623— 
S. M. Pilot, G. Last. 629— L. A. Cole. 632— J. G. Blackwood. 637— 
A. R. Noyes. 639— A. Snape. 664 — C. A. Staples. 670 — R. Greer, R. 

E. Spring. 677— G. T. Hubbard. 682— R. C. Revie. 688— D. M. Knipe. 
697— G. A. Mathieson. 702— F. G. Page. 705— K. Carter. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 211 

LIST OF GRAND LODGE OFFICERS — 1974-75 

The Grand Master 

M.W. Bro. George E. Turner Windsor 

The Deputy Grand Master 

R.W. Bro. Eric W. Nancekivell Hamilton 

The District Deputy Grand Masters 

Algoma James M. Tarling Thunder Bay 

Brant Ernest A. Welt Nanticoke 

Bruce Donald E. Murray Clifford 

Chatham Edsel C. Steen Wallaceburg 

Eastern W. T. Russell Hay Hawkesbury 

Frontenac Easton F. Fox Mountain Grove 

Georgian Ross Hutchinson Barrie 

Grey Daniel E. Ritchie Dundalk 

Hamilton "A" Harry Greenwood Burlington 

Hamilton "B" Orval D. Bell Binbrook 

Hamilton "C" Gerald E. Smith Oakville 

London East William G. Walker Springfield 

London West Joseph Hessey London 

Musk.-Parry Sound Robert L. Duncan Gravenhurst 

Niagara "A" Roland E. Westlake St. Catharines 

Niagara "B" C. Kenneth Souder Fort Erie 

Nipissing Centre Wilham C. MacDougall Manitowaning 

Nipissing East Robert B. Coxford North Bay 

Nipissing West George Y. Masters Sault Ste. Marie 

North Huron Donald P. McKay Ripley 

Ontario Donald A. Fear Oshawa 

Ottawa 1 Leonard W. Westwell Ottawa 

Ottawa 2 Lewis J. McAdam Ottawa 

Peterborough John W. Auckland Norwood 

Prince Edward Benjamin C. Thompson Brighton 

St. Lawrence Wilbert Kerr Balderson 

St. Thomas Donald F. Graham St. Thomas 

Samia C. Jack Rowland Arkona 

South Huron A. Earl Watson St. Marys 

Temiskaming Maurice C. Hettrick Kirkland Lake 

Toronto 1 Aksel Aggerhokn Mississauga 

Toronto 2 C. John Woodbum Mississauga 

Toronto 3 J. Earle Moore Islington 

Toronto 4.. Kenneth J. Cohoon Scarborough 

Toronto 5 John L. FenneU Bradford 

Toronto 6 Raymond Furness Weston 

Toronto 7 Robert C. Ward Scarborough 

Victoria A. Gordon Oliver Bobcaygeon 

Waterloo Roy S. Sparrow Drumbo 

Wellington Chester D. Anderson Acton 

Western Wesley H. Houston Sioux Lookout 

Wilson Lloyd L. Miles Mount Elgin 

Windsor R. Lyle Mosey Windsor 

The Grand Senior Warden 

R.W. Bro. R. Harrie A. Hope Islington 

The Grand Junior Warden 
R.W. Bro. John M. D. Hay Waterloo 

The Grand Chaplain 
R.W. Bro. Rev. Arthur W. Watson Hamilton 

The Grand Treasurer 
M.W. Bro. M. Cleeve Hooper Toronto 

The Grand Secretary 
M.W. Bro. J. A. Irvine Hamilton 



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The Grand Registrar 
R.W. Bro. Leo J. Gent Dorchester 

Custodian of the Work 

M.W. Bro. W. K. Bailey Toronto 

Grand Secretary Emeritus 

M.W. Bro. E. G. Dixon Hamilton 

Appointed Officers 

Grand Senior Deacon V.W. Bro. Howard A. Cox, Ancaster 

Grand Junior Deacon V.W. Bro. Harold H. Amsden, Windsor 

Grand Supt. of Works V.W. Bro. Harold Tootill, Windsor 

Grand Director of Ceremonies V.W. Bro. William E. Truscott, Windsor 

Asst. Grand Secretary V.W. Bro. Harry M. Barth, Thunder Bay 

Asst. Grand Director of Ceremonies V.W. Bro. Kenneth M. Hooper, Durham 

Asst. Grand Chaplain V.W. Bro. Robert L. McLaren, Shelburne 

Grand Sword Bearer V.W. Bro. Elmer Holl, Pelee Island 

Grand Organist V.W. Bro. Donald Wilson, Essex 

Asst. Grand Organist V.W. Bro. Hugh Rae, Windsor 

Grand Pursuivant V.W. Bro. William Found, Ancaster 

Very Worshipful Grand Stewards 

V.W. Bro. Alfred G. Adams Hamilton 

" E. Eugene Baker Toronto 

" WUliam J. Brock Sarnia 

" William A. Bowman New Liskeard 

" J. Colin Campbell South Porcupine 

" WiUiam R. Carpenter Simcoe 

" Kenneth H. Clark Toronto 

" Gordon Condie Deep River 

" William J. Cowan Guelph 

" " Charles M. Crober Morrisburg 

" " Robert J. Del Genio Downsview 

" " J. Corley Drimmie Flora 

" Samuel C. Dunbar Owen Sound 

" " Thornton W. Eedy Dungannon 

" " E. Stanley Einarson Bracebridge 

" " Ross K. Elliott Cookstown 

" " Donald B. FUsinger Scarborough 

" " Freeman Furry Hamilton 

" WilUam F. Gillies Paris 

" William T. Glover Fmgal 

" Joseph G. Hall Sharon 

" Kenneth W. Heamden Thunder Bay 

" " Hugh J. Henderson Bothwell 

" Harold G. HubbeU Port Credit 

" " Glenn A. Hudson Napanee 

" Lachlan B. Jack Gilford 

" " George W. Jamieson Toronto 

" " Harvey Johnston Toronto 

" Norman E. Keating Wingham 

" " Roland E. King Campbellford 

" " Edward Knox Thomhill 

" Vilho F. Koivu Lively 

" " Harvey Krueger Kitchener 

" " William L. Law Toronto 

" " Delmer C. Ling London 

" " Lea E. Love Rexdale 

" " Malcolm K. MacLean Islington 

" " Charles M. Marquis Orillia 

" " Arthur S. McClemens Mooretown 

" " Arthur T. McKiimon St. Catharines 

" " Peter A. McLeod Inglewood 

" " Stanley V. Meakings Streetsville 

" John H. Millar Beaverton 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 213 

" " Earl F. Milne Richmond 

" " Gordon E. Monkman Dobbinton 

" " Gordon E. A. Mountford BeUeville 

" " WilUam G. Oliver Stittsville 

" John I. Parke Port Credit 

" " Gordon Percy Kenora 

" " Edwin Pitcher Merrickville 

" " E. Bernard Robinson Shelburne 

" " Harry B. Rockey London 

" " John W. Roe Kleinburg 

" " Louis J. Saddler Niagara Falls 

" " Harry Sare Port Credit 

" " Thomas J. Sayers Scarborough 

" " John E. Scharf Smiths Falls 

" " John J. Scott Newcastle 

" " Ernest R. Seager Stoney Creek 

" " H. Fay Shaver Chesterville 

" " Gordon W. Skinner Hamilton 

" " Ian D. Stewart Maxville 

" " Harry Taylor Oshawa 

" John B. ITiistle Willowdale 

" Robert L. Waddell Chatham 

" Kenneth W. WaUace Willowdale 

" Thomas P. Wells Rexdale 

" " Alexander L. Wheeler Gananoque 

" " Maurice D. Whitney Glanworth 

" " William L. Whyte Hamilton 

" " Clarke Williams Nestleton 

Grand Standard Bearers 

V.W. Bro. Herbert W. Moorby Gormley 

V.W. Bro. Samuel Tenenbaum Downsview 



214 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

BOARD OF GENERAL PURPOSES 

President 

R.W. Bro.E. W. NancekiveU, 43 Knyvet Ave Hamilton L9A 3J6 

Vice-President 

R.W. Bro. A. C. Ashforth, 18 Glenallan Road Toronto M4N 1G7 

By Virtue of Office 
M.W. Bro. G. E. Turner, Gr. Master, 2281 Victoria Ave., Windsor N8X 1R2 
" W. L. Wright, Past Gr. Master, P.O. Box 637. 

Sault Ste. Marie P6A 5N2 
" " H. L. Martyn, Past Gr. Master, 112 Fairlawn Ave., 

Toronto M5M 1S8 
" J. A. Irvine, Past Gr. Master, 421 Maple Ave.. Apt. 1006. 

Burlington L7S 1L9 
" J. N. Allan, Past Gr. Master, 411 Maple St., Box 910, 

Dunnville NIA 2G7 
" B. B. Foster, Past Gr. Master, Box 697 Ridgetown NOP 2C0 

" " W. K. Bailey, Past Gr. Master, 177 Lawrence Ave. E. 

Toronto M4N 1S9 
" " E. G. Dixon, Past Gr. Master (Hon.), 7 Mayfair Place, 

Hamilton L8S 4E9 
" " M. C. Hooper, Past Gr. Master (Hon.), 430 Lytton Blvd.. 

Toronto MSN 1S4 
R.W. Bro. R. Harrie A. Hope, Gr. Senior Warden, 7 West Deane Valley 

Road, Islington M9B 3K3 
" " John M. D. Hay, Gr. Junior Warden, 33 Willow Street, 

Waterloo N2J 1V7 
" " Rev. Arthur W. Watson, Gr. Chaplain, 404 Mount Albion Road, 

Hamilton L8K 5T3 

M.W. Bro. M. C. Hooper, Gr. Treasurer. 430 Lytton Blvd., Toronto MSN 1S4 

" J. A. Irvine, Gr. Secretary, Box 217 (363 King St. W., S28-8644) 

Hamilton L8N 3C9 
R.W. Bro. Leo J. Gent, Gr. Registrar, Box 78, 21 Catherine St. E.. 

Dorchester NOL IGO 
V.W. Bro. Wm. E. Truscott, Gr. Dir. of Ceremonies, 2886 Riviera Drive, 

Windsor N9E 3A4 



District Depnty Grand Masters 

District Name Address 

Algoma James M. Tarling, 315 Catherine St., Thunder Bay P7E 1K7 

Brant Ernest A. Welt Nanticoke NOA ILO 

Bruce Donald E. Murray, R.R. 2 Clifford NOG IMO 

Chatham Edsel C. Steen, 286 Lome Ave. Wallaceburg N8A 3Z2 

Eastern W. T. Russell Hay, 504 Thome St., Hawkesbury K6A 2N6 

Frontenac Easton F. Fox Mountain Grove KOH 2E0 

Georgian Ross Hutchinson, 57 Newton St Barrie L4M 3N4 

Grey Daniel E. Ritchie, 456 Victoria St. E., Box 82 

Dundalk NOC IBO 

Hamilton "A" Harry Greenwood, 563 Emerald St., Burlington L7R 2N9 

Hamilton "B" Orval D. Bell, Box 71 Binbrook LOR ICO 

Hamilton "C" Gerald E. Smith, 1232 Kensington Park Rd. 

Oakville L6H 2G9 

London East William G. Walker, R.R. 1 Springfield NOL 2J0 

London West Joseph Hessey, 510 Southdale Road E. . London N6E 1A5 

Musk.-Parry SoundRobert L. Duncan, 381 Phillip St., Box 426 

Gravenhurst POC IGO 

Niagara "A" Roland E. Westlake, 171 Pleasant Ave. 

St. Catharines L2R 1Y6 

Niagara "B" C. Kenneth Souder, 2109 Niagara Parkway Fort Erie 

Nipissing Centre ..William C. MacDougall Manitowaning POP INO 

Nipissing East Robert B. Coxford, 986 Maher St North Bay PIB 2L7 

Nipissing West George Y. Masters, 927 Fourth Line West, Sault Ste. Marie 

North Huron Donald P. McKay, R.R. 3 Ripley NOG 2R0 

Ontario Donald A. Fear, 489 Finucane St Oshawa LIJ 5L1 

Ottawa 1 Leonard W. Westwell, 1930 Southampton Crt. 

Ottawa K2C 0W4 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 215 

Ottawa 2 Lewis J. McAdam, 14 Silverwood Rd., Ottawa K2E 6Y3 

Peterborough John W. Auckland, 33 Queen St., Box 191 

Norwood KOL 2V0 

Prince Edward Benjamin C. Thompson, 36 Young St., Box 1060 

Brighton KOK IHO 

St. Lawrence Wilbert Kerr, R.R. 1 Balderson KOG lAO 

St. Thomas Donald F. Graham, 139% Locust St., St. Thomas N5R 2C6 

Samia C. Jack Rowland. R.R. 1 Arkona NOM IBO 

South Huron A. Earl Watson, R.R.I St. Marys NOM 2V0 

Temiskaming Maurice C. Hettrick, 108 Duncan Ave. 

Kirkland Lake P2N 1Y3 

Toronto 1 Aksel Aggerhotei, 825 North Service Road 

Mississauga L4Y 1A2 

Toronto 2 C. John Woodburn, 1379 Birchview Drive 

Mississauga L5H 3E5 

Toronto 3 J. Earle Moore, 95 Decarie Circ, Apt. 24 

Islington M9B 3J5 

Toronto 4 Kenneth J. Cohoon, 36 Treverton Drive 

Scarborough MIK 3S6 

Toronto 5 John L. Fennell, R.R. 2 Bradford LOG ICO 

Toronto 6 Raymond Furness, 44 Sabrina Dr Weston M9R 2J5 

Toronto 7 Robert C. Ward, 23 Waringstown Drive 

Scarborough MIR 4H2 

Victoria A. Gordon Ohver, 122 Main St Bobcaygeon KOM lAO 

Waterloo Roy S. Sparrow, Box 104 Drumbo NOJ IGO 

Wellington Chester D. Anderson, 20 Knox Ave Acton LOP IRO 

Western Wesley H. Houston, P.O. Box 638, Sioux Lookout POV 2T0 

Wilson Lloyd L. Miles, R.R. 2 Mount Elgin NOJ INO 

Windsor R. Lyle Mosey, 449 Greendale Dr Windsor N8S 4A5 

Honorary Members of the Board 

R.W. Bro. A. C. Ashforth, 18 Glenallan Road Toronto M4N 1G7 

R.W. Bro. F. D. Shannon, P.O. Box 333 Barrie L4M 4T5 

R.W. Bro. T. L. Wilson, 97 Colborne St. E., Apt. 20 Oshawa LIG 1M3 

R.W. Bro. W. M. Gordon, 346 Riverview Drive Toronto M4N 3E1 

R.W. Bro. J. J. Talman, Northcrest Dr., R.R. 2 London N6A 4B6 

Elected Members of the Board 

R.W. Bro. Robert E. Davies, Box 370 Mount Forest NOG 2L0 

R.W. Bro. P. Stuart MacKenzie, 809 Yonge Street WaUcerton NOG 2V0 

R.W. Bro. Howard O. Polk. 892 Aaron Avenue Ottawa K2A 3P3 

R.W. Bro. H. Allan Leal, 77 Ternhill Crescent Don Mills M3C 2E4 

R.W. Bro. Raymond M. Gunsolus, 55 Highland Avenue ... Belleville K8P 3R2 
R.W. Bro. Robert W. Faithfull, 543 Red River Road, Thunder Bay P7B IHl 

R.W. Bro. Wallace E. McLeod, 399 St. Clements Ave Toronto M5N 1M2 

R.W. Bro. G. Ivor Davies, 963 Long Drive Burlington L7T 3K2 

R.W. Bro. N. Richard Richards, 59 Green Street Guelph NIH 2H4 

R.W. Bro. Colin D. MacKenzie, 20 Foxden Road Don Mills M3C 2A9 

R.W. Bro. Roderick J. Connor. 1012 Brucedale Ave. E., Hamilton L8T 1M4 

R.W. Bro. Melville J. Damp, 21 Grasspoint Cresc Etobicoke M9C 2T9 

R.W. Bro. H. Cameron Steele, 989 Glenbanner Road .... London N6E INl 
R.W. Bro. W. David Stevens, 369 Victoria Street Kingston K7L 3Z4 

Appointed by the Grand Master 

V.W. Bro. John W. Millar, 111 Chaphn Crescent Toronto MSP 1A6 

V.W. Bro. Norman E. Byrne, 166 John St. S Hamilton L8N 2C4 

R.W. Bro. Darrell E. Magee, 23 Napier Street Barrie L4M IWl 

R.W. Bro. A. Millard George, 60 Ridout St. S London N6C 3X1 

R.W. Bro. Charles A. Sankey. 46 South Drive St. Catharines L2R 4V2 

R.W. Bro. Robert Colledge, 2216 Charl Street Windsor N8X 2A2 

R.W. Bro. Allan E. Broadley, Box 548 Waterford NOE lYO 

R.W. Bro. Fred M. Cass, P.O. Box 390 Winchester KOC 2K0 

V.W. Bro. Hugh L. Hastie, 9th Floor, 350 Bay St Toronto M4H 2S6 

R.W. Bro. Eric C. Horwood, 26 Stanley Avenue Toronto M8V INl 

R.W. Bro. Colin C. Lillico, 634 Gainsborough Avenue Ottawa K2A 2Y8 

R.W. Bro. Lome Pacey, P.O. Box 99 Temagami POH 2H0 

V.W. Bro. G. Carlton Phair, 22 Tumbull Avenue Wallaceburg N8A 2M5 

R.W. Bro. Garnet B. Rickard, R.R. 4 Bowmanville LlC 3K5 



216 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

COMMITTEES 

Andit and Finance 

R.W. Bro. A. C. Ashforth (Chairman); V.W. Bro. J. W. Millar (Vice- 
chairman); M.W. Bros. J. N. Allan, B. B. Foster, M. C. Hooper; R.W. 
Bros. E. W. Nancekivell, R. Colledge, D. E. Magee, J. M. Tarling, E. A. 
Welt, D. E. Murray, R. Hutchinson; V.W. Bro. H. L. Hastie. 

Benevolence 
R.W. Bro. R. E. Davies (Chairman); R.W. Bros. E. W. Nancekivell, 
N. R. Richards, H. C. Steele, C. D. MacKenzie, C. A. Sankey, W. L. Pacey, 
L. W. Westwell, R. H. A. Hope, E. C. Steen, C. J. Woodburn. 

Condition of Masonry 
R.W. Bro. H. A. Leal (Chairman); M.W. Bro. B. B. Foster; R.W. Bros. 
W. M. Gordon, G. I. Davies, W. L. Pacey, R. W. Faithfull, R. M. Gunsolus, 
W. T. R. Hay, E. F. Fox, R. Hutchinson, H. Greenwood; V.W. Bro. G. C. 

Phair. 

Constitution and Laws 

M.W. Bro. H. L. Martyn (Chairman); M.W. Bros. W. L. Wright, 
J. N. Allan, J. A. Irvine, B. B. Foster, W. K. BaUey, E. G. Dixon, M. C. 
Hooper; R.W. Bro. E. W. Nancekivell. 

Fraternal Correspondence 

M.W. Bro. B. B. Foster (Chairman); M.W. Bros. W. L. Wright, H. L. 
Martyn, J. A. Irvine, J. N. Allan, W. K. Bailey, E. G. Dixon, M. C. Hooper; 
R.W. Bro. J. J. TaUnan. 

Deceased Brethren 

R.W. Bro. M. J. Damp (Chairman); R.W. Bros. J. J. Tahnan, A. W. 
Watson, A. M. George, A. E. Broadley, O. D. Bell, W. G. Walker, R. L. 
Duncan, R. E. Westlake, W. C. MacDougall, R. B. Coxford, L. J. Gent. 

Fraternal Relations 

M.W. Bro. H. L. Martyn (Chairman); M.W. Bros. W. L. Wright, J. N. 
Allan, B. B. Foster, J. A. Irvine, W. K. Bailey, E. G. Dixon, M. C. Hooper; 
R.W. Bro. E. W. Nancekivell. 

Grievances and Appeals 
R.W. Bro. P. S. MacKenzie (Chairman); M.W. Bros. W. L. Wright, 
H. L. Martyn, J. N. Allan, B. B. Foster, W. K. Bailey, J. A. Irvine, E. G. 
Dixon, M. C. Hooper; R.W. Bros. H. A. Leal, W. M. Gordon, T. L. Wilson, 
R. J. Connor, F. M. Cass, B. C. Thompson; V.W. Bros. N. E. Byrne, W. 
E. Truscott. 

Library 

R.W. Bro. W. E. McLeod (Chairman); M.W. Bros. H. L. Martyn, W. 
K. Bailey; R.W. Bros. C. D. MacKenzie, A. Aggerholm. C. J. Woodburn, 
J. E. Moore, K. J. Cohoon, J Fennell, R. Furness, R. C. Ward, J. J. Talman. 

Masonic Education 

R.W. Bro. N. R. Richards (Chairman); M.W. Bros. W. L. Wright, H. 
L. Martyn, J. A. Irvine, W. K. Bailey; R.W. Bros. A. W. Watson. C. C. 
Lillico, C. A. Sankey, W. E. McLeod, G. E. Smith, J. Hessey, C. K. Souder, 
G. Y. Masters, D. P. McKay. D. A. Fear. 

Printing and Supplies 
R.W. Bro. H. C. Steele (Chairman); R.W. Bros. L. J. McAdam, J. W. 
Auckland, C. J. Rowland, W. Kerr, D. F. Graham, A. E. Watson. 

Warrants 

R.W. Bro. H. O. Polk (Chairman); M.W. Bro. J. A. Irvine; R.W. Bros. 
G. B. Rickard, J. M. D. Hay, M. C. Hettrick, A. G. Oliver, R. S. Sparrow. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 217 

SPECIAL COMMITTEES OF GRAND LODGE 

Awards Committee — Meritorious Service Medal 
M.W. Bro. H. L. Martyn (Chairman); M.W. Bros. E. G. Dixon, W. 
K. Bailey. 

Regalia Committee 

M.W. Bro. H. L. Martyn (Chairman); M.W. Bro. J. A. Irvine. 

Policy Committee on Bnlletin 

M.W. Bro. H. L. Martyn (Chairman); M.W. Bro. J. A. Irvine. 

Advisory Committee on Lodge Bnildings 
R.W. Bro. E. C. Horwood (Chairman); M.W. Bros. E. G. Dixon, J. A. 
Irvine. 

Committee on Revision of Constitution 
R.W. Bro. H. A. Leal (Chairman); M.W. Bro. M. C. Hooper; R.W. 
Bro. F. M. Cass; Wor. Bro. G. T. Rogers. 

Blood Donors' Committee 
R.W. Bro. R. J. Connor (Chairman); R.W. Bros. C. D. MacKenzie, F. D. 
Shannon, R. M. Gunsolus, C. C. Lillico, W. D. Stevens, A. M. George, C. 
D. Anderson, R. L. Mosey, D. E. Ritchie. 

Committee on Lodge Reassessment 
R.W. Bro. F. M. Cass (Chairman); M.W. Bros. B. B. Foster, E. G. 
Dixon, J. A. Irvine. 

Public Relations 
R.W. Bro. T. L. Wilson (Chairman). 



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HONORARY OFFICERS 

•Henry T. Backus Michigan 1857 P.G.M. 

*Pliilip C. Tucker Vermont 1857 P.G.M. 

♦Michael FumeU Ireland 1857 PJ3UD.G.M 

*VV. C. Stephens HamiUon 1858 'ZMM-> 

•Robert Morris Kentucky 1858 P.D.G.M. 

•T. D. Harington Montreal 1858 P.G.M. 

*Thos. G. Ridout Toronto^ 1859 fG/M-, 

'Aldis Bernard MohtreaT 1860 P^&tMr' 

*Tliomas Drummond 1862 P.G.J.W. 

*John H. Graham Richmond 1864 P.G.J.W. 

*Jas. V. MacKey Ireland 1867 P.G.S.W. 

•Brackstone Baker England 1868 P.G.S.W. 

*Sir John A. Macdonald Kingston 1868 e.G.S.Y*L. 

♦John V. Ellis New Hrunswick 1869 P.G.S.W. 

♦Rev. C. P. Bliss New Brunswick 1871 P.G. Chap. 

♦Wm. H. Eraser Wisconsin 1873 P.G. Reg. 

♦H. A. MacKay Hamilton 1873 R J G . P. 8 g . 

♦Thos. White Jr. Montreal 1874 P.G.M. 

♦J. A. Lockwood New York 1882 PjG,^W. 

♦Otto Kiotz pr'-gtrr 1885 s.aMJ- 

♦Geo. C. Patterson Toronfo 1897 ^ q Rp.. 

»T. R. Barton ToiaSto 1897 P-G Reg 

♦J. J. Ramsay Toronto 1897 PS-Seg. 

♦Kivas TuUy TWCB© 1897 <T.G.M ^ 

♦W. A. Sutherland NewT&rk 1900 ^^ES^iL 

♦J. J. Mason Hamilton 1900 ^P.G.M? > 

♦Chief Justice Gerald Fitz- ' 

Gibbon Ireland 1900 P.G.S.W. 

*R. L. Shriner XCIUDtP 1900 P.n.r^Rp&. 

♦Alex. Patterson Toronto 1901 PJj. Rag. 

♦H.R.H. Duke of Connaught England 1902 P.G.M. 

♦Lord Ampthill England 1919 P.G.M. 

♦Gerald Fitzgibbon, K.C Ireland 1920 P.G.S.W. 

*Rt. Hon. Lord Desborough, 

K.C.V.O. England 1920 P.G.S.W. 

♦Stanley Machin, J.P England 1920 P.G.S.W. 

*Jas. H. Stirling Ireland 1920 P.G.S.W. 

♦A. Cecil Powell England 1920 P.G.J.W. . 

♦John Dickens England 1920 £.fiJJffi^ 

♦R. F. Richardson Strathrox 1920 E.&. Reg. 

♦Sir George McLaren Brown England 1921 P.G. Reg: 

♦Sir John Ferguson England 1923 P.G.S.W. 

♦H. Hamilton-Wedderbum England 1923 P.G.J.W. 

♦Arthur E. Carlyle England 1923 P.G.J.W. 

♦Dudley H. Ferrell Massachusetts 1923 P.G.M. 

♦Chas. H. Ramsay Massachusetts 1923 P.G.S.W. 

♦Frank H. Hilton Massachusetts 1923 P.G.J.W. 

A. Beitler Pennsylvania 1923 P.G.M. 

*S. W. Goodyear Pennsylvania 1923 P.D.G.M. 

♦George Ross SjiiQMo 1925 R-G. Re g. 

♦Chas. B. Murray Toronto 1925 ,PiI_S£g. 

♦Sir Alfred Robbins JEarglarib 1927 P.G.S.W. 

♦Earl of Stair Scotland 1931 P.G.M. 

♦Lord Donoughmore Ireland 1931 P.G.M. 

♦Viscount Galway England 1931 P.G.S.W. 

♦Cannon F. J. C. Gillmor England 1931 P.G. Chap. 

♦J. Bridges, Eustace England 1931 P.G. Reg. 

Robt. J. Soddy England 1933 P.G.S'd. 

♦Gen. Sir Francis Davies England 1938 P.D.G.M. 

♦Canon Thomas T. Blockley England 1938 P.G. Chap. 

♦Rt. Hon. Viscount de Vesci . England 1938 P.G.S.W. 

Major R. L. Loyd England 1938 P.G. Reg. 

♦Raymond F. Brooke Ireland 1938 P.D.G.M. 

•Rt. Hon. Lord Famham Ireland 1938 P.G.S.W. 

♦Dr. W. E. Thrift Ireland 1938 P.G.J.W. 

♦Gen. Sir Norman A. 

Orr-Ewing Scotland 1938 P.G.M. 

♦T. G. Winning Scotland 1938 P.G.J.W. 

Joseph E. Perry Massachusetts 1938 P.G.M. 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 223 

'Reginald Harris Nova Scotia 1938 P.G.M. 

Norman T. Avard Nova Scotia 1938 P.G.M. 

*Sir E. H. Cooper England 1940 P.O. Reg. 

•Ernest B. Thompson Ha milton 1959 P fi -^ w 

•James W. Hamilton Hamilion 1959 P p <; w 

E. G. Dixon HamHton 1963 ^G^M^ 

Robert Strachan ManfllTon 1963 QESuW- 

Sir Edwin Leather England 1966 P.G. Reg. 

A. C. Ashforth Toroiu o 1971 pr,.<; v v 

M. C. Hooper Taixinto 1973 ^ P.G AS 

Eric C. Horwood Toronto 1974 P.G.S^ . 

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224 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

LIST OF GRAND LODGES 
With Name and Address of the Grand Secretaries 

The United Kingdom 

England J. W. Stubbs London 

Ireland J. O. Harte Dublin 

Scotland E. Stuart Falconer Edinburgh 

Dominion of Canada 

Alberta M. P. Dunford Calgary 

British Columbia D. M. Taylor Vancouver 

Manitoba R. L. Guy Winnipeg 

New Brunswick A. C. Lemmon St. John 

Nova Scotia H. F. Sipprell Halifax 

Prince Edward Is E. C. MacMillan Charlottetown 

Quebec W. G. Parker Montreal 

Saskatchewan E. A. Snell Regina 

Other Commonwealth Countries 

India P. M. Sundaram New Delhi 

Newfoundland 

(Eng. Con.) W. G. Moore St. John's 

Newfoundland 

(Scot. Con.) R. W. Guy St. John's 

New South Wales R. G. Connon Sydney 

New Zealand P. J. Oliver Wellington 

Queensland R. E. Minett Brisbane 

South Australia J. H. R. Garde Adelaide 

Tasmania Harold Edwards Hobart 

Victoria Garnet W. Jackson East Melbourne 

Western Australia B. M. W. Bridgeman Perth 

United States of America 

Alabama Penson R. Graham Montgomery 

Arizona James M. King Phoenix 

Arkansas J. B. Donham Little Rock 

California E. H. Siems San Francisco 

Colorado D. C. Settle Denver 

Connecticut Wm. Campbell Wallingford 

Delaware James B. Kilvington Wilmington 

Dist. of Columbia W. H. Minnick Washington 

Florida Wm. A. Whitcomb Jacksonville 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 225 

Georgia C. F. Lester, Jr. Macon 

Idaho G. R. Shaffer Boise 

Illinois Paul R. Stephens Rushville 

Indiana Dwight L. Smith Indianapolis 

Iowa Charles T. Jackson Cedar Rapids 

Kansas A. O. Arnold, Jr. Topeka 

Kentucky j. C. McClanahan Louisville 

Louisiana D. P. Laguens New Orleans 

Maine E. E. J. Lander Portland 

Maryland Gerald M. Pine Baltimore 

Massachusetts R. p. Beach Boston 

Michigan Newton S. Bacon Grand Rapids 

Minnesota H. R. Hansen St. Paul 

Mississippi Cecil A. Thorn Meridian 

Missouri F. A. Arnold St. Louis 

Montana Donald W. Schenck Helena 

Nebraska N. W. Lallman Omaha 

Nevada Royal D. Crowell Gardnerville 

New Hampshire C. A. Buswell Concord 

New Jersey Edward Rainey Burlington 

New Mexico R. A. Brinkman Albuquerque 

New York Wendell K. Walker New York 

North Carolina C. A. Harris Raleigh 

North Dakota Harry E. Senske Fargo 

Ohio Robert A. Hinshaw Worthington 

Oklahoma C. W. Reese Guthrie 

Oregon W. Dexter Elliott Forest Grove 

Pennsylvania Wm. A. Carpenter Philadelphia 

Rhode Island Albert W. Abramson Providence 

South Carolina H. Dwight McAlister Columbia 

South Dakota John S. Rowe Sioux Falls 

Tennessee W. Phelan Douglas Nashville 

Texas Harvey C. Byrd Waco 

Utah Clarence M. Groshell Salt Lake City 

Vermont D. B. Smalley, Jr. Burlington 

Virginia John P. Stokes Richmond 

Washington Edward L. Bennett Tacoma 

West Virginia J. B. HoUingsworth Charleston 

Wisconsin Doyn Inman Milwaukee 

Wyoming M. R. Nichols Casper 

Other Countries 

Argentina Alcibiades Lappas Buenos Aires 

Austria Friedrich Haas Wien 



226 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

Bahia (Brazil) Pedro Borges Dos Anjos Bahia 

Belgium Herman Buskens Brussels 

Chile Juan B. Reyes Santiago 

China George W. Chen Taipei 

Colombia 

Barranquilla Armando Arruzola Barranquilla 

Colombia Bogota Ernesto Gualteros A. Bogota 

Colombia Cartagena ..Fernando Luis 

Figueroa P Cartagena 

Costa Rica Enrique Chaves B. San Jose 

Cuba Jose Alvarez 

Rivera Maldonado La Habana 

Denmark Eigil Hanberg Copenhagen 

Ecuador C. Esteban Woolfson S. Guayaquil 

Finland Paavo Heikkila Helsinki 

France, Nationale Michel Garder . Neuilly-Sur-Seine 

Germany, United Frankfurt am 

Grand Lodges Gerd Honisch Main 

Greece George Sergopoulos Athens 

Guatemala J. J. Alvarez de Oviedo... Guatemala City 

Iceland K. Gudmundsson Reykjavik 

Iran Ahmad Aliabadi Tehran 

Israel Joseph Bar-Ner Tel-Aviv 

Italy, Grand Orient Giuseppe Telaro 

Campagna Rome 

Japan Floyd L Robertson Tokyo 

Luxembourg Rene Gregorius Luxembourg 

Netherlands W. Veenstra The Hague 

Norway Rolf Sopler Oslo 

Panama Manuel E. Solorzano C. Panama 

Para (Brazil) O. Raulino Belem 

Paraiba (Brazil) Odemar Nacre Gomes ..Paraiba 

Peru Alberto Montezuma Z. Lima 

Philippines Esteban Munarriz Manila 

Puerto Rico Alejandro Reyna 

Fernandez Santurce 

Southern Africa R. J- G. Griesbach Marshalltown 

Sweden Kjell Edstrom Stockholm 

Switzerland Hermann Neukomm Berne 

Turkey Ziya Umur Istanbul 

Venezuela Francisco Fierro 

Quinones Caracas 

York, Mexico Mino M. Covo Mexico 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 227 

GRAND REPRESENTATIVES OF THE GRAND 

LODGE OF CANADA, NEAR OTHER 

GRAND LODGES 

The United Kingdom 

England .Sir Allan Adair London 

Ireland Leonard C. Fox Dublin 

Scotland Sir James Monteith 

Grant Edinburgh 

Dominion of Canada 

Alberta J. H. Laycraft Calgary 

British Columbia Claude A. Green Duncan 

Manitoba W. F. L. Hyde Portage LaPrairie 

New Brunswick A. C. Lemmon St. John 

Nova Scotia E. L. Eaton Centreville 

Prince Edward Is E. H. Lord 

Quebec D. L. Witter Montreal 

Saskatchewan Jack Calvert N. Battleford 

Other Commonwealth Countries 

India P. S. Kailasam Madras 

New South Wales F. N. Boddington Clovelly 

New Zealand L. J. Webb Hastings 

Queensland F. R. Taylor Brisbane 

South Australia N. F. Hopkins Dulwich 

Tasmania W. H C. Riseley Hobart 

Victoria J. E. Daley Victoria 

Western Australia Thomas Twaddle 

United States of America 

Alabama E. L. Westmoreland Fort Payne 

Arizona John R. Piper 

Arkansas Leslie M. Greene Siloam Springs 

California C. R. MacPhee Novato 

Colorado Charles L. Thomson Pueblo 

Connecticut Arthur R. Van Gasbeck New Britain 

Delaware Wm. E. Matthews, Jr. Smyrna 

Dist. of Columbia S. M. Goldstein Washington 

Florida Walter R. Gall Zephyrhills 

Georgia O. B. Turner Griffin 

Idaho Wayne S. Miller Coeur d'Alene 

Illinois D. H. Dawson S. Holland 



228 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

Indiana Orvis A. Dellinger Fort Wayne 

Kansas R. D. Overton Kansas City 

Kentucky Carroll Drane 

Louisiana Adam Mehn New Orleans 

Maine Ralph J. Pollard Waldoboro 

Maryland J. D. Hospelhorn Baltimore 

Massachusetts Stephen C. Luce, Jr Vineyard Haven 

Michigan Jerrold E. Potts Saginaw 

Minnesota D. E. Palmer Minneapolis 

Mississippi w. H. Ellis West Point 

Missouri j. a. Noland, Jr Osage Beach 

Montana e. J. Frost Havre 

Nebraska Edward F. Carter Lincoln 

Nevada l. L. Cash Carson City 

New Hampshire p r Wa„,er Nashua 

New Jersey Adrian B. Hommell Sussex 

New York Lloyd S. Cochran Lockport 

North Carolina p. H. Trethewey Charlotte 

North Dakota J. S. Ruliffson Mapleton 

Ohio Robert D. Sager Oregon 

Oklahoma h. S. Boulware Oklahoma City 

Oregon Lawrence D. Brace Portland 

Rhode Island A. W. Abramson Warwick 

South Carolina Edward H. Shuler Spartanburg 

South Dakota Harold L. Tisher Yankton 

Tennessee T. S. Nelms, Jr Murfreesboro 

Texas .T. W. Bobo Fort Stockton 

Utah Stephen J. Donoviel Ogden 

Vermont W. S. Horn Brandon 

Virginia 

Washington Ford 0- Elvidge Seattle 

West Virginia R. E. Prichard Welch 

Wisconsin P. W. Grossenbach Milwaukee 



Other Countries 

Argentina Erwin T. Engel Buenos Aires 

Austria 

Bahia (Brazil) 

Belgium 

Chile Wm. M. Phillips Santiago 

China Hans C. P. Chun Taipei 



TORONTO, ONTARIO, 1974 229 

Colombia 

Barranquilla Alex. S. Hamilton Barranquilla 

Colombia Bogota A. Carnicelli Bogota 

Colombia W. R. Isaac 

Cartagena Schuster S. Cartagena 

Costa Rica Miguel Yamuni San Jose 

Cuba 

Denmark Alfred Nyvang Copenhagen 

Ecuador Bolivar Plaza N. Guyaquil 

Finland Jaakko Meriluoto Jalkarannantie 

France, Nationale Jacques Berrier Paris 

Germany, United 

Grand Lodges Wilhelm Grupe Hanover 

Greece L. Choumanides 

Guatemala J. Humberto Ayestas 

Sandoval Guatemala 

Iceland Tomas Tomasson 

Iran Ismail Davoodian 

Israel Felix Klug Haifa 

Italy Ernesto D'lppolito- 

Cosenza 

Japan F. L. Quick Tokyo 

Netherlands H. A. K. Buisman Groningen 

Norway Carl Kruse-Jensen Oslo 

Panama Chas. Qvistgard Colon 

Para (Brazil) Dr. Otto L. Hiltner Belem 

Paraiba (Brazil) Odemar Gomes Nacre Paraiba 

Peru Eduardo Romero A. Lima 

Philippines Elpidio Laiz 

Puerto Rico Isadro Diaz-Lopez Ponce 

Southern Africa J. M. Gobetz Benoni 

Sweden J. A. G. Adell Jonkoping 

Switzerland Rene Ruegg Zurich 

Turkey Remzi Cetindag Istanbul 

Venezuela Miguel A. Tejeda R. Caracas 

York, Mexico Alexander G. Wygard Mexico City 



230 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

GRAND REPRESENTATIVES OF OTHER 

GRAND LODGES NEAR THE GRAND 

LODGE OF CANADA 

The United Kingdom 

England W. L. Wright Sault Ste. Marie 

Ireland J. A. Irvine Burlington 

Scotland H, L. Martyn Toronto 

Dominion of Canada 

Alberta W. K. Bailey Toronto 

British Columbia F. M. Cass Winchester 

Manitoba M. J. Damp Etobicoke 

New Brunswick H. W. Lyons Toronto 

Nova Scotia C. D. MacKenzie Don Mills 

Prince Edward Is. W. H. Mortlock Hastings 

Quebec P. S. MacKenzie Walkerton 

Saskatchewan J. T. Minaker Toronto 

Other Commonwealth Countries 

India W. E. McLeod Toronto 

New South Wales Walter T. Robb Orangeville 

New Zealand J. Ashton Turner Hamilton 

Queensland Charles Fotheringham Kitchener 

South Australia Walter H. Quinn Scarborough 

Tasmania James Meek Toronto 

Victoria W. M. Gordon Toronto 

Western Australia B. C. McClelland Toronto 

United States of America 

Alabama D. E. Magee Barrie 

Arizona O. M. Newton Trenton 

Arkansas Robert G. Truscott Hamilton 

California B. B. Foster Ridgetown 

Colorado R. C. Fuller London 

Connecticut C. C. Martin St. Catharines 

Delaware M. C. Hooper Toronto 

Dist. of Columbia D. W. Grierson Toronto 

Florida H. V. Bartlett Dunnville 

Georgia E. J. Langley Cooksville 

Idaho J. B. Sainsbury Sault Ste. Marie 

Illinois George E. Turner Windsor 

Indiana G. Ivor Davies Burlington 



TORONTO, 0>fTARIO, 1974 231 

Kansas Alan Broughton Sault Ste. Marie 

Kentucky Robert Montgomery Chatham 

Louisiana R. E. Davies Mount Forest 

Maine W. T. Overend Toronto 

Maryland H. Allan Leal Don Mills 

Massachusetts J. N. Allan Dunnville 

Michigan Harvey Linklater Kincardine 

Minnesota David J. Miller Hamilton 

Mississippi W. H. Kipp London 

Missouri C. H. Heels Lindsay 

Montana Robert Colledge Windsor 

Nebraska E. W. Nancekivell Hamilton 

Nevada W. L. Sommerville Dundas 

New Hampshire C. C. Lillico Ottawa 

New Jersey H. L Sparling St. Marys 

New York H. Cameron Steele London 

North Carolina A. C. Ashforth Toronto 

North Dakota J. J. Talman London 

Ohio M. B. Dymond Port Perry 

Oklahoma C. M. Rawson Toronto 

Oregon F. D. Shannon Barrie 

Rhode Island John O'Donovan Ottawa 

South Carolina Ewart G. Dixon Hamilton 

South Dakota Harry Jowett Toronto 

Tennessee Ed. Balfour Toronto 

Texas A. W. Baker Beaverton 

Utah H. O. Polk Ottawa 

Vermont W. J. Carnegie Port Perry 

Virginia Eirkett Lishman Ottawa 

Washington G. C. Searson Watford 

West Virginia Jerald Anderson Belleville 

Wisconsin R. M. Gunsolus Belleville 

Other Conntries 

Argentina K. J. Hay Kingston 

Austria W. D. Stevens Kingston 

Bahia (Brazil) Wellington Smith Fort Frances 

Belgium T. E. Greenaway Brantford 

Chile J. A. Foster Fort Erie 

China R. W. FaithfuU Thunder Bay 

Colombia 

Barranquilla 
Colombia Bogota H. A. Cameron Thamesville 



232 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA ANNUAL COMMUNICATION 

Colombia Cartagena . W. M. Newell Shelburne 

Costa Rica W. Lome Pacey Temagami 

Cuba 

Denmark Neil MacEachern Waterloo 

Ecuador A. M. George London 

Finland G. J. Patterson Hamilton 

France, Nationale T, L. Wilson Oshawa 

Germany, United 

Grand Lodges N.R.Richards Guelph 

Greece W. S. McVittie Hespeler 

Guatemala J- W. Bradley Kirkland Lake 

Iceland A. Gordon Skinner Cayuga 

Iran R. L. Elsie Toronto 

Israel A. L. Copeland Toronto 

Italy Herbert R. Banwell Windsor 

Japan Clifford G. Wonfor Port Credit 

Netherlands G. E. French Niagara Falls 

Norway B. M. McCall Brussels 

Panama G. H. Vogan St. Thomas 

Para (Brazil) H. C. Kingstone Toronto 

Paraiba (Brazil) G. H. Gilmer Brockville 

Peru H. H. Dymond Richmond Hill 

Philippines J. I. Carrick Hamilton 

Puerto Rico R. J. Connor Hamilton 

Southern Africa James Jackson Oshawa 

Sweden W. A. Stewart Cooksville 

Switzerland W. S. Milmine Stoney Creek 

Turkey T. John Arthur Toronto 

Venezuela Robt. Strachan Hamilton 

York, Mexico W. B. Cannon Caledon East 



REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE 
ON FRATERNAL CORRESPONDENCE 



FOREWORD 



To the Most Worshipful the Grand Master, Officers and Members 
of the Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Most Worshipful Sir and Brethren: 

Once again I am afforded the pleasure and responsibility of 
presenting the Report of the Committee on Fraternal Correspond- 
ence. This foreword is made in the hope that it will draw your 
attention to interesting events selected from the Annual Proceed- 
ings of the several Grand Lodges with which we are in amity. 
The Proceedings have been reviewed by R.W. Bro. J. J. Talman, 
who has spent many, many hours on these summaries and record- 
ing them for our benefit. R.W. Bro. J. J. Talman, P.G.S.W., be- 
came our reviewer in 1961 and we extend to him our sincere 
thanks for his extensive service to this Grand Lodge. His rare 
ability to select items that are of interest to a majority of Ontario 
Masons is worthy of our appreciative admiration. 

The continuing deep interest of the Fraternity in post second- 
ary education of our young people is encouraging. The forms in 
which that interest is manifested is almost as varied as the 
number of jurisdictions reviewed. Read Kansas, Kentucky, New 
Mexico, Colorado, West Virginia and Louisiana. 

We are hearing and reading much about conditions in Ireland 
in the past few years. I strongly urge you to read the entire review 
of the Grand Lodge of Ireland that you may appreciate the stout 
hearts and calm determination to continue the work of the Fra- 
ternity in that greatly troubled jurisdiction. 

In our jurisdiction we grant past rank to our D.D.G.M.'s after 
serving a full year in office. This is not so in some other Grand 
Lodges. These have required several years service in the office 
before receiving the title of P.D.D.G.M. Read Maine. 

The subject of inflation seems to be a current topic of discus- 
sion whenever people gather together. Inflated costs in maintaining 
facilities for the care of the less fortunate Brethren and their 
dependents in most of our sister jurisdictions which maintain 
Masonic Homes has become a serious problem, since to keep 
complete control of these facilities, the Grand Lodges cannot 
accept governmental assistance and must bear the entire cost 
themselves. We applaud our Brethren on their evident success in 
meeting this challenge so well. 



Over the years we have had many sincere Masons declare 
that we should modernize our constitution and ritual. This has 
been resisted by those who, for equally sincere reasoning, believe 
that the strength of our Craft lies in its adherence to the estab- 
lished landmarks that have come down to us from the past. For 
views on this situation from others, I would refer you to West 
Virginia, Indiana, New Zealand, and British Columbia. 

May I again remind one and all that the items mentioned 
here are but a few of the many interesting ones in the reviews. 
They are all worth while reading and worthy of study. I recom- 
mend them to you. 

Respectfully and fraternally submitted, 

BRUCE B. FOSTER, 

Chairman. 



Fraternal Correspondence and Reviews 



ALABAMA — 1973 

153rd Annual Communication — November 20-21. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. C. C. Robinson 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. J. D. Brackin 

Lodges, 429. Membership, 71,472. Loss, 930. 

Residents of the Alabama Masonic Home totalled 74 during 
the year. The Board undertook some minor improvements. A 
Special Committee on Planning sought a suitable plan to dispose 
of 190 acres of land of no further use to the Home. The property 
may be worth as much as $8,000 per acre. The Committee believes 
that the Home buildings are in a run down condition and that 
now is the time to start planning a modern rest or nursing home. 
A resolution to support the sale was referred to the Committee on 
Finance and subsequently adopted. The Home endowment fund 
stood at $1,500,000 before the sale. 

The Education Committee made a particularly strong plea to 
increase the Masonic knowledge of the membership. 



ALBERTA — 1973 

68th Annual Communication — June 13-14. 

Grand Master, 1972 - 73 — M.W. Bro. F. G. Fox 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. G. J. Armstrong 

Lodges, 174. Membership, 16,984. Loss, 373. 

The Grand Lodge established a jewel for presentation to those 
who have completed fifty years as Past Master of a Lodge in the 
Jurisdiction. Since the motion required an amendment to the Con- 
stitution a two-thirds majority was required. 

The Grand Master summarized some of the conclusions of the 
Annual Interprovincial Conference of the Officers of the four 
Western Jurisdictions held in Banff. The points covered have a 
brief but clear statement of a Grand Lodge and its relationship with 
constituent lodges. 



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1. Grand Lodges are legislative and administrative bodies, and 
through their officers and committees they direct and supervise 
their Constituent Lodges, but they have a fundamental obliga- 
tion to provide essential services to their lodges and to guard 
the usages, customs, and traditions of the Craft. They should 
avoid needless interference in lodge affairs. 

2. The officers of Grand Lodges and Constituent Lodges must be 
prepared to offer more than the minimum effort demanded by 
the Constitution if they are to contribute to the welfare of 
Masonry. 

3. The process of selecting and electing District Deputy Grand 
Masters varies between jurisdictions and is at best imperfect. 
Our system attracted considerable interest, especially among 
delegates who are dissatisfied with procedures in their own 
jurisdictions. 

4. Administrative procedures should be as simple as possible, and 
should not consume inordinate amounts of time. 

5. The Constitution should be an enabling, not a disabling docu- 
ment. 

The Grand Master found that attendance at district meetings 
which he attended was generally above average and in several 
districts was better than in recent years. He attributed the improve- 
ment to diligent plaiming and preparatory work by the District 
Deputy Grand Masters. The basic premise of his addresses was that 
"the problems that concern us all today are in large measure a 
result of Masons doing a less than thorough job of investigating and 
informing the petitioner, of educating the candidate, and of sup- 
porting and encouraging the newly raised Master Mason." 

The agenda of the Grand Lodge contained a larger number of 
items than are usually encountered. Among the decisions was one 
to abandon the system of proportional representation which had 
prevailed for some years in Grand Lodge elections. A proposal to 
permit Master Masons to vote in Grand Lodge was defeated. A 
proposal to call the Grand Secretary, an appointed officer, R.W. 
instead of V.W. was enthusiastically applauded. 



ARIZONA — 1973 

91st Annual Communication — May 21-22. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. R. F. Henderson 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. J. L. Monical 

Lodges, 69. Membership, 14,792. Gain, 252. 



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For the first time in the century and perhaps in the history 
of the Grand Lodge the elected "line" was broken by the death 
of the Grand Junior Warden. 

The Grand Master reported that Freemasonry in Arizona is 
flourishing. Not only had membership increased but dispensations 
were granted to two new lodges. Several temples are being built 
and others have been repaired and cleaned. Of the 225 applica- 
cations received during the year 113 candidates were under 39. The 
Grand Master wrote a letter to each newly elected petitioner or 
affiliate welcoming him into Arizona Masonry. 

In his address, the Grand Master expressed his appreciation 
to Mrs. Monical, wife of the incoming Grand Master for making 
the collars worn by the Grand Lodge officers. This was a Masonic 
project not encountered before by this Reviewer. 

The general tenor of the Proceedings suggests that the Grand 
Lodge of Arizona is a particularly warm and friendly institution. 



ARKANSAS — 1973 

132nd Annual Communication — November 20-21. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. M. C. Lewis, Jr. 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. J. H. Vandiver 

Lodges, 371. Membership, 50,394. Loss, 518. 

For several years, as these Reviews have reported, resolutions 
have been put forward which in effect would have provided for 
state-wide concurrent jurisdiction for lodges. A Special Committee, 
appointed last year, reported that eight U.S. Jurisdictions now are 
operating successfully with state-wide concurrent jurisdiction and 
supported the idea. The Committee report was not approved. 

For many this Jurisdiction did not have a uniform ritual for 
the second section of the M.M. Degree. As a consequence lodges 
have attempted to give the lesson in various ways. The Grand 
Lodge finally adopted a ritual which will enable the lodges to 
portray the ritual in a uniform manner. A resolution advanced by 
15 W.M.'s and 15 lodge Secretaries would have negatived the 
Grand Lodge decision. Two phrases from the Resolution copied 
here without comment reveal the tenor of their thoughts: "Whereas, 
the brethren of a degree team know how to create interest, some 
fun and relaxation ..." and "Whereas, when good acting and 
adlibbing are taken away, then there will be no interest on a degree 
team ..." Both the Board of Custodians and the Committee on 
work opposed the resolution which was defeated. 

Since there has never been a comprehensive history of the 
Grand Lodge, the Grand Master appointed a Special Committee 



6 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

lo write one. As the Grand Lodge has been active since 1838 the 
Grand Master wisely added: "If the Committee is unable to 
complete its work in one year, I recommend that the Committee 
be continued." 



BRITISH COLUMBIA — 1973 

102nd Annual Communication — June 21-22. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. F. W. Coffin 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. W. H. Rogers 

Lodges, 169. Membership, 24,824. Loss, 362. 

On their way to Terrace, the Grand Master and two Past 
District Deputy Grand Masters had a car accident which incapaci- 
tated them for about a month. 

In his review of the year the Grand Master stressed the im- 
portance of maintaining our regulations unaltered. As he said, "If 
we are to maintain our strength and standing there must be a strict 
adherence to our usages and customs." 

The British Columbia Masonic Foundation donated a total of 
$9,500.00 to eleven charitable organizations. 

The District Deputy Grand Master of Atlin-Yukon District 
No. 11 reported that all the lodges in his District have had candi- 
dates and "are in better shape than a year ago." He explained that 
the distance between lodges does not allow for much visiting, 
"Whitehorse and Atlinto being the closest together and they are 120 
miles apart." 



CALIFORNIA — 1973 

124th Annual Communication — October 8-12. 

Grand Master. 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. W. H. Price 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. R. A. Ebbage 

Lodges, 691. Membership, 223,777. Loss, 3,437. 

The general condition of Masonry in California is sound and 
harmonious. One problem causing concern is the age of the mem- 
bership: 20'^c is past the age of 70; 469f past 60; and 7434 % is 
past 50. Even more alarming is the information, gathered in a survey 
by the Grand Secretary, that only 1.38Tc of the membership is below 
the age of 30. These figures run counter to the experience of many 
Grand Lodges where reports indicate that more younger candidates 



FRATERNAL CORRESPONDENCE 7 

are coming forward. Can it be that California is paying for its 
salubrious climate which attracts retired Masons to the State. The 
Grand Secretary's report shows that since 1967 about 3,500 Masons 
have affiliated from other Jurisdictions. It would seem that panic 
is not indicated for in the same period the same report shows that 
18,842 candidates were raised. 

California Masons are particularly proud of their two Masonic 
Homes, in Union City and Covina. When an endowment pro- 
gramme for the Homes was conceived and initiated, it was hoped 
that one day they could be operated without assistance from the 
Grand Lodge. While the fund has not yet reached such proportions, 
the year saw a giant step forward when, for the first time, contri- 
butions exceeded one million dollars. The total endowment now 
stands at about thirty million. 

The Grand Lodge has a Committee on Commercialism to 
guard against plans and activities offensive to the Masonic Law. 
Relatively few complaints were brought to the attention of the 
Grand Master during the year. The Grand Master has asked the 
Committee to redraft the rules and regulations accenting the posi- 
tive aspects of Masonry rather than the "Thou shalt not." 

A radio club, operating under the name International Masonic 
Radio Network, Inc., caused some concern. The body solicited 
members from California Masons. Among the problems was a 
racial prohibition in its membership. The Grand Master was forced 
to put the matter in the hands of an outstanding attorney know- 
ledgeable in patent and copyright law. All problems were solved. 



COLORADO — 1973 

112th Annual Communication — January 22-23. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. H. E. Chastain 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. E. A. Martin 

Lodges, 171. Membership, 41,545. Loss, 835. 

The year was active as the Grand Lodge was host to the 
Rocky Mountain Masonic Conference involving the States of 
Nevada, Montana, Utah and Wyoming. In addition the Grand 
Lodge met in ten Special Communications. Seven were held to 
lay cornerstones of schools. On two occasions more than one stone 
was laid on the same day. The old custom of laying cornerstones 
flourishes in Colorado. 

A proposal to amend the Constitution to permit the Grand 
Lodge to meet in a place other than Denver was defeated. 

The Grand Lodge suffered the loss of three Past Grand 
Masters and the Junior Grand Steward during the year. The Grand 



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East remains strong, however, with 21 Past Grand Masters on the 
roll. 

Since 1967 the Grand Lodge has supported a scholarship pro- 
gramme, considered by the Grand Master to be "one of the out- 
standing successes of this Grand Lodge." The monies, provided 
from the Benevolent Fund amounted to $114,978 in 1972. Students, 
totalling 20, were selected on the recommendation of high school 
counsellors, Masters of local lodges and other knowledgeable per- 
sons. All applications must be supported by a Master of a lodge. 
Scholarships can be held for four years and must be used for 
higher education in Colorado. 



CONNECTICUT — 1973 

185th Annual Communication — April 4-5. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W] Bro. W. C. Neu 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. W. F. Saars 

Lodges, 135. Membership, 40,943. Loss, 1,093. 

M.W. Bro. W. K. Bailey and M.W. Bro. E. G. Dixon were the 
first distinguished guests introduced at the Annual Communication. 

The Grand Master suggested that the rules regarding the 
minimum suitable proficiency to be demonstrated by a candidate 
should include the following: 

"A personal knowledge of the work of the Masonic Charity 
Foundation of Connecticut. For this purpose, no Brother may be 
advanced to the degree of Master Mason until he shall have visited 
the Masonic Home and Hospital at Willingford. The Master of 
the Lodge shall ensure that each new Brother is escorted on such 
a visit, and that the fact thereof is duly recorded on a form pro- 
vided for that purpose at the Home and Hospital." 

The Committee on Rules and Regulations did not support the 
proposal and the Grand Lodge supported the Committee. 

The Committee on Delinquency and Finances of Lodges re- 
ported that although the income of the lodges went up expenses 
went down. The trend reflected more efficient operation of lodges. 

The Custodians of the Work met on numerous occasions 
during the year. One of the projects the Grand Master directed 
them to undertake was a revision of "the Table Lodge Ritual." 
They completed the task and the ritual was reprinted "in time for 
all Table Lodges held during . . . December and January and was 
well accepted by the Craft." Evidently Table Lodges take a promi- 
nent place in Freemasonry in Connecticut. 



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DELAWARE— 1973 

168th Annual Communication — October 3-4. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. P. E. Ellis 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. J. N. Fortner 

Lodges, 29. Membership, 9,261. Gain, 12. 

These Reviews have not listed a Semi-annual Communication 
at the head of the page, although the Grand Lodge did meet on 
March 24. The explanation is that the Communication is a recent 
innovation, the one in March being the fifth. The original purpose 
of this Communication was to afford members of the Grand 
Lodge an opportunity to discuss problems which would be pre- 
sented at the Annual Communication. The authority of the Semi- 
annual Communication has been extended to the point where 
first readings are possible. However, no final action on any 
proposal may be taken. 

The Grand Master had mixed feelings on the matter as 
the worth has been debated. In order to open a full discussion the 
Grand Master proposed an amendment to the Code that the Semi- 
annual Communication be discontinued thereby bringing the 
problem to the 1974 Annual Communication. 

In fact, the Grand Lodge did hold Semi-annual Communi- 
cations in the 19th century but they were discontinued for some 
reason unknown at this time. 

Although the Grand Lodge had a gain in membership after 
small losses in three recent years. All the losses of any account are 
in one district whereas the other districts are showing a general 
advance and one, indeed, great gains. The Grand Master sug- 
gested the appointment of a Committee or Commission to study the 
problem. He also advanced some reasons, one being the flight of 
the residents of Wilmington to the suburbs. "Masonry", he said, 
"not only has been slow to recognize the change . . but slow to 
react as well. We have been unwilling to encourage the develop- 
ment of lodges in the suburbs to take care of the migration". 
One can realize some of the factors when we are told that the 
oldest lodge in Wilmington has worked for more than 200 years 
and the Temple there is 102 years old. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA — 1972 

162nd Annual Report 
Annual Communication — December 20. 

Grand Master, 1972 — M.W. Bro. N. N. Engleburg 
Grand Master, 1973 — M.W. Bro. F. A. Kenyon 

Lodges, 47. Membership, 15,931. Loss, 670. 



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The Grand Master, M.W. Bro. Engleburg died on February 
17, in the prime of life, causing a great loss in the Jurisdiction. A 
Special Communication was called on June 15 to eliminate some 
areas of doubt in the Masonic Code that existed pertaining to the 
procedure for the succession to the office of Grand Master. A new 
section was unanimously adopted which provided that when a 
Grand Master becomes unable to serve or moves from the Juris- 
diction the Deputy Grand Master carries out all the duties as 
Acting Grand Master. On the death of the Grand Master, however, 
the Deputy Grand Master becomes Grand Master without further 
installation. Consequently, M.W. Bro. Kenyon became Grand 
Master on June 15. 

In the Review for last year permission for Master Masons in 
the Embassy of Australia, to form a Masonic Club to be known as 
"The Boomerang Fidelity Club" was reported. The list of dispensa- 
tions by the Grand Master shows that the club was formed and 
tells something of its activities for one dispensation runs "To lodges 
to have the Boomerang Club of Masons of the Australian Embassy 
confer degrees according to the Australian Ritual, instruction to be 
given according to the District of Columbia Ritual." 

In another ruling the Grand Master would not permit the 
head of "one of the Bodies that predicates its membership on 
Masonic affiliation" to solicit for a fund-raising event by using a 
professional group for the purpose. 



ENGLAND — 1973 

Quarterly Communications — March 14, June 13, 
September 12, December 12. 

Annual Investiture — April 26. 

Grand Master 
H.R.H. The Duke of Kent, G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., A.D.C. 
Grand Secretary — R.W. Bro. James W. Stubbs, P.G.W. 

During the year the M.W. The Grand Master granted 70 
warrants for new lodges. Most of these were in England and Wales. 
One, named Clarenville No. 8498 was in Clarenville, Newfound- 
land. Another, Eureka No. 8515, was warranted in Georgetown, 
Guyana. In addition, a Lodge of Research No. 8525 was estab- 
lished in Guyana. Three were warranted in South Africa. At the 
end of 1972, there were 7,614 lodges on the Grand Register. 
During the year, 17,997 Grand Lodge Certificates were issued. 

However, as the Grand Master said at the Annual Investiture: 
"The health of Freemasonry cannot of course be measured purely 
in terms of the numbers of new Lodges formed or of new members 
accepted into the Craft. We are not, after all, a chain store intent 



FRATERNAL CORRESPONDENCE 11 

on opening new branches and increasing our turnover! What 
matters is that the great Masonic precepts should continue to be 
upheld, and that individual Masons should never cease to honour 
their obligations to the Craft as a whole, to one another, and to 
their fellow men and women generally." 

The Board of Benevolence, believing that the rules governing 
qualification to submit a petition for relief, based almost solely on 
length of membership, were unsatisfactory proposed some changes. 
The regulations were liberalized to include, for example, the 
removal of the required five years of membership in a regular 
lodge before application could be made. In addition, the Board is 
now permitted to grant relief to the indigent widow or for the in- 
digent child or children under the age of 21 years of a deceased 
Brother who would at the time of his death have qualified to 
receive relief. In extreme cases an applicant may have left 
Masonry (for some good reasons) 20 years before the petition is 
presented. As the Vice-Chairman of the Board said, the new regu- 
lations will require Lodge Almoners to exercise a considerable 
amount of research into past members of their lodges. The Board 
is satisfied that, whatever the increase may be, there are ample 
funds to meet all contingencies. 

The general funds of the Grand Lodge are not in quite such 
a satisfactory condition. The freeze on rents prevented the Grand 
Lodge from increasing the rent for lodges meeting in Freemasons' 
Hall. Since expenses were increasing without any increased revenue 
coming in a new scale of rates for registration of initiates and 
affiliates was passed and annual dues in respect of each member 
were increased. 



FINLAND — 1973 

Annual Communication — May 8. 

Grand Master, 1973-75 — M.W. Bro. Auhs Kaupinnen 

Lodges, 65. Membership, 2,800. 

This is our first Review of the Grand Lodge of Finland and 
since the only English translation in the Proceedings consisted of 
one page, containing the information given above, we can do little 
but say "Welcome." 

The Proceedings did include an English insert "A concise 
History of Freemasonry in Finland." This work tells us that the 
Grand Lodge was established in 1924, largely through the en- 
couragement of the Grand Lodge of New York. The Grand Lodge 
suffered for many years from anti-Masonic agitation. In 1945 
membership was down to 111 members. The rise has been steady 
since. 



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FLORIDA — 1973 

144th Annual Communication — April 24-26. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. E. Crary, Jr. 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. H. B. Collins 

Lodges, 317. Membership, 79,083. Gain, 822. 

Only two warranted lodges were not represented at the 
Annual Communication. During the year two dispensations for 
new lodges were granted. The second, named Jose Marti y Perez 
U.D., is now the fourth Spanish speaking lodge active in Florida. 

The Grand Master gave a ruling which, one would hope, 
should apply in any Jurisdiction. The question was: "Should the 
names of past masters suspended for N.P.D. be dropped from the 
list of past masters and their pictures removed from the lodge 
room? The Grand Master ruled that the names and pictures should 
remain. This looks like the correct answer to a question which 
should not have been asked in the first place. 

One secretary asked if an advertisement of a lodge meeting 
could include the words "Welcomes visiting Brothers." The Grand 
Master ruled against inclusion "as visitation is not a matter of 
absolute right" and the presence of the words might create some 
problems to a lodge should a visitor not be admitted because of 
some objection by one of its members. 

The list of 15 cornerstones laid included a great variety of 
buildings in addition to lodge temples of which there were seven. A 
fire station, courthouse, legislative wings of the Capitol Building 
in Tallahassee, Exceptional School Building, Tallahassee Temple 
Israel School, a new police complex, and Scottish Rite Temple, 
Tampa, made up the list. 



GEORGIA — 1973 

187th Annual Communication — October 23-24. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. G. E. Oliver 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. H. T. Hooper 

Lodges, 472. Membership, 96,275. Loss, 210. 

The Grand Master ruled that the Rome-area Historical Com- 
mission could use the name of Cherokee Lodge No. 66 in soliciting 
funds for the preservation of historical buildings and sites as the 
1877 building of the Lodge was of historical importance. He 
pointed out that the solicitation was permitted as the funds were 
to be used strictly for the building itself and not for the Lodge. 



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The Educational and Historical Commission of the Grand 
Lodge published a book of poems by the late M.W. Bro. D. H. 
Woolstein (G.M. 1944). The Commission also published "The 
Mentors' Manual", a most useful work, and articles on the Bible 
by M.W. Bro. C. Cohen (G.M. 1962), in book form with the 
title "Book of Books". 

Although the Grand Lodge stopped printing Reviews in the 
annual Proceedings, many extracts, quotations and brief reviews 
are printed in the "Masonic Messenger of Georgia" the official 
monthly publication of the Grand Lodge. 



IDAHO — 1973 

106th Annual Communication — September 18-20. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. S. Mahaffey 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. L. C. Jensen 

Lodges, 84. Membership, 12,788. Loss, 129. 

Many Grand Lodges, on opening, present flags with a more 
or less elaborate ceremony. On this occasion, the flags of the 
United States, the State of Idaho and Canada were presented. 
The Grand Marshal paid a fine tribute to the qualities of 
Canadians and even remarked on the fact that Alexander 
Mackenzie had crossed the continent from east to west eleven 
years before the Americans Lewis and Clark. "To complete the 
tribute, Brother Floyd Brown of Lodge No. 1, sang O Canada". 

The Grand Master in 1972 inaugurated a Host and Co-Host 
programme. Two lodges combined to act as hosts to the Grand 
Master enabling him to visit 42 lodges in his year in office. His 
successor followed the plan. As a result, the two Grand Masters 
visited every lodge in the two year period. Some of these meetings 
saw an attendance far beyond what might have been expected. 
Travel to and from most of the visitations was done by air. 

One paragraph in the Grand Master's Address revealed a 
development in taxing methods not noticed before by this Reviewer. 
"As a result of the action taken by the Attorney General's Office, 
State Tax Commission and the County Assessors concerning the 
non-exempt status of Elks Lodges and affidavits and notices which 
were sent to each of our Lodges, it was necessary for each Masonic 
Lodge to certify to the local County Assessor that they do not 
discriminate as to membership on the basis of race in any manner." 
The Grand Master sent a reminder to each lodge to file the 
necessary affidavits. 

Place names can be fascinating. The Grand Master attended 
a Stated Communication of Kooskia Lodge No. 87 and discussed 



14 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

their request to change their place of meeting from Kamiah to 
Kooskia. 

In 1972 the Grand Lodge made it possible for mature young 
men below the age of 21 to apply for initiation. The Grand Master 
reported that the Grand Lodge of North Dakota was first, followed 
by the Grand Lodges of Nebraska and Wyoming. 



ILLINOIS — 1973 

134th Annual Communication — October 5-6. 

Grand Master, 1971-73 — M.W. Bro. J. R. Murphy 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. E. M. Potter 

Lodges, 809. Membership, 182,235. Loss, 4,748. 

M.W. Bro. Paul R. Stephens (G.M. 1959-60), the Grand 
Secretary, took over the duty of writing the Correspondence Report 
of Illinois following the death of M.W. Bro. E. L. Lawrence (G.M. 
1937-38) who had served for 17 years. Readers of these Reviews 
may recall that in 1973 we reported that ill health had prevented 
him from attending his 58th consecutive Annual Communication. 
However, he did send a tape recorded message to be played at 
the session. As long ago as 1961 this Reviewer commented on 
the "excellent review of sixty-two Grand Jurisdictions" written by 
M.W. Bro. Lawrence. The high quality stood up through the years. 

In his Review of our Proceedings for 1972, M.W. Bro. 
Stephens pointed out a fact which had hitherto escaped this 
Reviewer. Ours is the only Grand Lodge in North America which 
meets in July. 

An $800,000.00 addition to the Masonic Home at Sullivan 
was completed. The Illinois Masonic Childrens Home continues 
to provide outstanding care for the children housed there. 

Real estate taxes against Masonic Temples continue to pose a 
problem for many lodges and temple associations throughout the 
State. At least one Masonic Temple in the Chicago area was sold 
to settle a tax bill of over $30,000.00, thus displacing three lodges 
meeting there. 



INDIA — 1973 

Grand Festival Communication — January 20. 

Grand Master, 1961-69 — M.W. Bro. Bhogilal C. Shah 
Grand Master, 1969-75 — M.W. Bro. M. S. Thacker 

Lodges, 209. 



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The Board of General Purposes raised the question of having 
only one Annual Communication in the place of the two Com- 
munications generally held. The reasons for the proposal were the 
rising cost of living, the high cost of travel and accommodation, 
and "protracted absence from station." The half-yearly Communi- 
cation usually saw little important business and that could be de- 
ferred. The Regional Grand Masters all favoured the proposal. 

Lodge Anchor and Hope No. 1 (G.R.L) completed 200 
years of "a happy and proud Masonic history in 1973." Owing to 
the great distances in India, the Grand Master believed that the 
anniversary should be celebrated in the various regions. 

The Grand Lodge instituted an endowment fund from which 
the Grand Master may make suitable grants for laudable causes 
at his discretion. Lodges and Brethren have been exhorted to con- 
tribute at the rate of Rs. 200.00 per month. 

The Board deposited Rs. 20,000 with the Indian Institute of 
Science, Bangalore, and in future a sum of Rs. 10,000 will be paid 
annually to the Institute for the establishment of an India Masonic 
Fellow. 

In his address the Grand Master said that in his four years in 
office he had visited most of the lodges in the Northern, Western, 
and Southern regions and a good many in the Eastern. Wherever 
he went he "emphasized that in addition to the usual Masonic 
benevolence of which we are justly proud, Brethren and Lodges 
should undertake suitable Community Service Projects for and on 
behalf of the Freemasons. We are a developing country. While it 
cannot be denied that we have made much progress in all directions 
in the last twenty-five years, it has to be regretfully admitted that 
we have still serious problems of poverty, ill-health and ignorance. 
Our people need help, assistance, and encouragement. Let us re- 
member the 'peculiar moment' in the First Degree when we 
promised to contribute for charity to the utmost of our power and 
ability." 



INDIANA — 1973 

156th Annual Communication — May 15-16. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. J. H. Jena 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. F. A. Wakeman 

Lodges, 551. Membership, 162,507. Loss, 2,092. 

The Jurisprudence Committee brought in a lengthy report of 
seven pages revising the General Regulations to bring all laws 
into conformity with the policy of state-wide concurrent jurisdiction 
adopted in 1972. 



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A resolution to lower the minimum age of petitioners from 
21 to 18 was indefinitely postponed with one dissenting vote. The 
Committee on Jurisprudence gave a clear statement of the reason 
for their recommendation of postponement. 

"It is the unanimous opinion of your committee that the action 
of the states in amending the Constitution of the United States so 
as to reduce the minimum age for voting from 21 to 18 was done 
hastily and without mature reflection — obviously an effort on the 
part of political parties to bid for the favor of young people by 
giving them the right to vote before the 1972 general elections. 

"Freemasonry should never move with haste. Our Craft has 
maintained its position of stability throughout the world because it 
has not responded to the whims of the hour, content to wait until 
men have had an opportunity to think and act with deliberation. 
Let it never be said that our Lodges were stampeded into boarding 
a 'bandwagon' because of ill-advised efforts of other organizations 
to change those practices that have endured the test of time and 
served us well. 

"Inasmuch as the subject is a highly controversial one, your 
committee believes that it should not be permitted to drive a wedge 
into an otherwise harmonious annual communication." 

The Ritual Committee considered some far-reaching changes in 
the Ritual proposed by the Grand Master but recommended that 
they be given more time to study the problem. They pointed out 
that the proposed changes would also have to be studied by the 
Jurisprudence Committee to see that they conform to the ancient 
usage of the Craft. 



IOWA — 1973 

129th Annual Communication — September 19-20. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. S. C. Howard 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. J. Z. Marks 

Lodges, 519. Membership, 76,452. Loss, 2,090. 

The Jurisdiction according to the Committee on Lodges 
Chartered and Under Dispensation, underwent some major re- 
organization. Ten lodges consolidated as five and three surrendered 
their charters. Iowa with a population of 2,825,000 increased only 
2.4 percent between 1960 and 1970. There are great changes in 
the population centres although the population is still about 42 
percent rural. Four Des Moines Lodges have well over 1,000 
members while the five smallest have between 19 and 22, 

The Grand Lodge laid five cornerstones. The first was for a 

seven storey low-rent apartment complex. The others were for 



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new Masonic Temples. The first ceremony suggests a question. 
What is the highest building for which the cornerstone has been 
laid under Masonic auspices? The second ceremony is believed 
to have been the first of its kind in Iowa, taking place after 
nightfall. "The entire front of the Temple was flooded with 
spotlights" which permitted the large audience which overflowed 
into the street to view the ceremony. The reports make it clear 
that these were all festive occasions and rightly so. 

The Grand Lodge continues to publish the "Grand Lodge 
Bulletin" which is sent to any Iowa Mason who requests it. It is 
printed each month except July and August. In addition, as a means 
of direct communication between the Grand Master and the Craft, 
the Grand Secretary sent every Iowa Mason three issues of the 
"Masonic Encounter". 



IRELAND — 1972 

Annual Report of the Grand Secretary. 
Grand Master — M.W. Bro. Rt. Hon. The Earl of Donoughmore 

Last year the Report arrived a few days before our Annual 
Communication. Consequently, we were unable to include the 
Review for the year. This was particularly unfortunate as there is 
a sincere interest in the activities of that greatly troubled and 
heroic Jurisdiction in ours. 

The events of the year 1972, inevitably, were over-shadowed 
by the troubles in Northern Ireland. More than half the Brethren 
live north of the border. Despite the bombings of halls and the 
dangers of the streets after dark, subscriptions to the Grand 
Lodge Charities have kept up, evincing the spirit and success of 
the members. 

The Grand Lodge met in four Stated Quarterly Communica- 
tions. The March Communication was held in Waterford, the 
October in Newtownards, Co. Down, ten miles east of Belfast, 
the June and December in Dublin. 

The Grand Lodge authorized the formation of two new Pro- 
vincial Grand Lodges in Ghana and Nigeria respectively. 

Unfortunately it was found advisable to close the Girls' 
School. The Boys' School is continuing and the numbers are 
keeping up. 

The Provincial Grand Master of Antrim gave a graphic 
account of Masonic activity in Belfast. 

"Regretfully, I have to record that the year 1972 has seen no 
improvement in the disturbed conditions in Belfast and as a result 



18 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

the Order has been confronted with many difficulties and some- 
times unsettling experiences. The Provincial Hall in Rosemary 
Street suffered bomb damage for the second time, though for- 
tunately it was not so extensive as on the previous occasion; 
Crumlin Road Hall was extensively damaged when an adjoining 
garage and Filling Station were destroyed by explosion and fire; 
and Arthur Square Hall sustained blast damage to windows and 
walls following a near-by explosion. Happily, in none of these inci- 
dents was there any personal injury. In addition, meetings at 
Arthur Square Hall had to be adjourned on one occasion follow- 
ing telephoned warnings that the building would be destroyed if 
the Hall was not cleared. 

"Having met and overcome the problems raised by the dis- 
turbances in the previous two years, the Lodges in the City, I am 
happy to say, have again shown their determination to continue 
their activities. At Crumlin Road, for instance, where it seemed at 
first sight that a considerable interruption in Lodge Meetings must 
ensue, first-aid repairs to the rooms were quickly effected and only 
one of the two dozen lodges meeting there felt it desirable to seek 
accommodation outside the City, and this Lodge is expected to 
return after more permanent repairs have been completed. At 
Rosemary Street and Arthur Square a further, but small, number 
of Lodges have decided to meet elsewhere, though one Arthur 
Square Lodge which sought the hospitaHty of a country Hall in 
1971 now intends to return to the City. 

"Inevitably, attendances at Lodge meetings have fallen — some 
moderately, some considerably and one to as low as eight to ten. 
While in this last case there is a feeling it may be necessary to 
wind up the Lodge and return the Warrant, the general attitude is 
that come what may the Lodges will continue. The early cessation 
of public transport at night and the restrictions on car parking are 
factors which undoubtedly contribute to the smaller attendances, 
especially at Festive Boards and it is now very much the exception 
for Brethren to gather for Refreshments after Lodge Meetings . . . 

"In the other centres of Masonry outside Belfast, it is a great 
pleasure to report that Lodges hold their Meetings and Festive 
Boards very much as in normal times, and we must all trust that 
in the year that lies ahead more settled conditions will return, not 
only for Masonry but for all aspects of our community's life. 

"I should add that the Provincial Grand Lodge itself has not 
been unaffected by the disturbed conditions. During the year we 
deemed it advisable to hold all our Communications at country 
centres and this extension of our customary itinerary was warmly 
welcomed by the country Brethren who showed their appreciation 
in large attendances." 

The Provincial Grand Master of Londonderry and Donegal 
wrote with the same spirit. 



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"I am pleased to report that the Masonic Province of London- 
derry and Donegal has enjoyed another year of good fellowship 
and progress. 

"The usual four Stated Communications were held — two in 
Londonderry, one in Coleraine and one in Moneymore. The Cole- 
raine and Moneymore meetings were exceptionally well attended 
and, despite the sorrowful state of our city, the two Londonderry 
meetings attracted a fair number of Brethren, I appreciate the 
warm welcome given to P.G. Lodge by the Brethren of Money- 
more. 

"Perhaps the most unsung in the organisation are the ordinary 
members of the subordinate Lodges. The efforts of the Lodge 
Officers are praiseworthy, but it is the ordinary Brethren who form 
the backbone of the Order and I am most impressed that, in these 
most difficult times, they pursue their Masonic careers with un- 
flagging interest and enthusiasm. The sympathy I feel for those 
five Lodges whose Halls have been either damaged or completely 
destroyed by terrorists is more than matched by my admiration for 
the spirit of their members who carry on the good work, un- 
daunted, and determined that the soul of the Order shall not be 
affected by any attacks on its outward trappings." 



ISRAEL — 1973 

Four Quarterly Communications and Annual Installation. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. Yeuda Treivish 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. Felix Klug 

Lodges, 56. 

At his Installation, M.W. Bro. Y. Treivish said: 

"I would like to organise a group of lecturers who will visit 
our lodges in all parts of the country and bring the Masonic 
principles and doctrine to all brethren. The lecturers will be formed 
in a group, appointed or elected, who will be guided and instructed 
by the team of instructors of Gazit Lodge. These lecturers will 
have an additional task of helping to provide each district with an 
organised Masonic library and reading room, which could also be 
used for lectures. Grand Lodge will encourage devoted brethren 
to set up such libraries. 

"I would like every town and settlement, in which a Masonic 
Lodge is in existence, to have its own Masonic Temple worthy of 
the cause. It is therefore desireable to encourage the brethren in 
each town to do their utmost to acquire a building for this purpose. 
Grand Lodge will encourage brethren to take upon themselves this 
important task . . . 



20 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

"I further want to encourage our Arab and Druze brethren 
to extend their Masonic activities, and I would be happy if we 
succeed in establishing a Masonic Lodge in Usaphia which could 
be used as a lodge for the various Druze villages on Mount Carmel 
and in the Gallil district. It would also give me great pleasure 
should devoted brethren be found who would be willing to take 
upon themselves the task, of establishing a Masonic Lodge in 
Nazareth." 

In conclusion, he expressed the hope that peace might be 
established between Israel and her neighbours. 

An event unique in the history of Freemasonry in Israel 
occurred when Bro. S. Otu, the Ambassador from Ghana, was 
installed as W.M. of Sharon Lodge in the presence of the Grand 
Master and several Past Grand Masters. 

The records of the Grand Lodge are printed in a bi-monthly 
publication "Haboneh Hahofshi — The Freemason." The July, 1973, 
issue listed the lodges in the Jurisdiction with place, date of in- 
auguration, and the language used. The languages are, with the 
number of lodges using them in brackets, as follows: Hebrew (33), 
French-Hebrew (2), French (2), English (6), Arabic-Hebrew (1), 
Arabic (3), German (7), Roumanian (1), Spanish (1). 

An agreement has been signed with a contractor to erect a 
two story Masonic Temple to replace the single story one in 
Jerusalem. 



JAPAN — 1973 

16th Annual Communication — March 16-17. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. F. S. Kashiwagi 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. C. P. Weatherman 

Lodges, 20. Membership, 4,786. Gain, 22. 

Every lodge in the Jurisdiction was well-represented at the 
Annual Communication. 

The Master of Hokkaido Lodge No. 17 in replying to the 
Grand Master's address of welcome spoke of the hope that more 
Japanese would apply for membership. The activity of the Grand 
Lodge in translating the ritual into the currently used Japanese 
language has ensured a better knowledge of Masonry and its 
meaning by Japanese Brethren. The Proceedings now contain 
several pages in Japanese characters, presumably translations are 
given in the English sections. Apparently the Japanese do not have 
characters for such words as "Most Worshipful", "Fraternity", and 



FRATERNAL CORRESPONDENCE 21 

«Jrand Lodge". At least, these words stand out on the Japanese 
pages. 

One lodge, Kokusai Lodge No. 15, showed great ingenuity 
in combining two residential buildings into a practical and com- 
fortable lodge hall, in Fussa. 



KANSAS — 1973 

117th Annual Communication — March 9-10. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. R. D. Kelsey 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. J. F. Williamson 

Lodges, 412. Membership, 81,675. Loss, 1,784. 

Despite the net loss of members during the year the condition 
of Masonry in Kansas is good. Several lodges, both large city and 
small country lodges, have shown gains. Activity is increasing and 
attendance is improving in all lodges visited by the Grand Master. 

The Kansas Masonic Foundation, Inc. reported an active 
year. A general mailing to the Craft, within six weeks, produced 
$25,000, from 3,000 Brethren, pledged by the Foundation to sup- 
port the endowment of a chair at the Kansas University Medical 
Center in the field of cancer. The year also saw the graduation 
of the first scholarship loan recipient. 

The Grand Master made it his purpose during the year to 
support the Foundation "to bring a closer relationship and under- 
standing between the Foundation and Grand Lodge." 

At the same time Masonic benevolence was not forgotten. As 
the Grand Master said: 

"Charity is a basic ingredient of Masonry. Over the past 
several years we have become lax in this area of Masonry. For the 
second year in a row we have stressed the need for more active 
charity programs in the local lodge. The need is there, if we will 
but look for it and meet it when we do find it. 

"Charity at the Grand Lodge level is equally important. Our 
goal for the year has been, not to see how little we could spend, or 
how much we could spend, but to meet the needs of those who 
come to our attention and to assist those whose need is beyond the 
scope that can be handled by the local lodge. 

"This year we have broken v/ith 'tradition', for I sincerely feel 
that there can be no tradition as far as charity is concerned. Each 
case must be decided according to the needs and administered 
according to our resources. We have extended Grand Lodge relief 



22 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

to individuals on a continuing basis, to individuals in a lump sum 
and to our brethren in other Grand Jurisdictions who have faced 
disaster. We gave to South Dakota and the Philippines following 
floods and to Nicaragua after their earthquake." 



KENTUCKY — 1972 

173rd Annual Communication — October 17-19. 

Grand Master, 1971-72 — M.W. Bro. R. C. Wilder 
Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. R. M. Wilhite, Jr. 

Lodges, 463. Membership, 98.648. Loss, 448. 

At the close of the Annual Communication the microfilming 
of all annual returns dating back 102 years was to begin. One copy 
will be used in the office and the duplicate will be stored in a 
separate place for safety. 

The Committee on College Scholarships reported that during 
the year five students received assistance from the Fund, at a cost 
of $1,622.00 for the year. Students in receipt of scholarships attend 
institutions of college level. The Fund is administered by the 
Masonic Home Board. 

The incoming Grand Master expressed the view that the 
greatest need for the growth of the Fraternity is through the use 
of Masonic education and assured his hearers that the Grand Lodge 
Educational Conferences would be continued and encouraged. 



LOUISIANA — 1973 

162nd Annual Communication — February 5-6. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. H. L. Allen 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. N. H. McClamroch, Jr. 

Lodges, 289. Membership, 49,128. Loss, 685. 

The Grand Master's project for the year was to raise money 
to build a chapel at the Masonic Home for Children in Alexandria. 
The goal was $100,000 but thanks to the dedication and generosity 
of the Masons of Louisiana $125,000 was raised in eleven months. 
The cornerstone was laid and the building was nearing completion. 
The Home ended the year with 53 children, a few less than the 
year before. 

The Masonic Home Educational Foundation helped 42 stu- 
dents at various post-secondary educational institutions. The largest 
group were in education but several were in medicine and law. 



FRATERNAL CORRESPONDENCE 23 

A resolution to stop donating the annual surplus from the 
headquarters of the Grand Lodge, amounting to over $50,000 a 
year, to the Home for Children and to cumulate the funds with a 
view to setting some facility for old people was defeated. 

A further motion to discontinue the "Louisiana Freemason" 
was also defeated. 



MAINE — 1973 

154th Annual Communication — May 1-2. 

Grand Master, 1970-72 — M.W. Bro. R. L White 
Grand Master, 1972-74 — M.W. Bro. C. R. Glassmire 

Lodges, 206 Membership, 43,131. Loss, 477. 

The Grand Master spoke at five Anniversary Celebrations but 
was distressed that six other lodges had 100-year Anniversaries 
and two had 150th Anniversaries but did not hold celebrations. 
This year will see five 150th Anniversaries and three 100th. 

There is much activity in the Jurisdiction. Three new temples 
have been dedicated and another is almost completed. In one 
county, York, almost every lodge has built a new temple in the 
past few years. 

Since there are over 3,000 Masonic or Masonically oriented 
meetings held within the State each year the Grand Lodge 
attempted to provide a clearing house for all Masonic dates. It is 
hoped that meetings of greater than usual importance can avoid 
major conflicts. As the Grand Master said "it was most distressing 
to speak at a District Meeting in Machias and find that . . . four 
other meetings were being held in the general vicinity the same 
night." 

The Grand Master had some good things to say about the 
office of District Deputy Grand Master which he called the most 
important in Grand Lodge. He thought that the office of Past 
D.D.G.M. had never been properly defined. "Occasionally" he said 
"a man is appointed a District Deputy Grand Master and either 
is unable to serve because of health reasons or who, because he 
does a poor job, is asked to resign." In Maine there are no regu- 
lations. "A man theoretically achieves the title of Right Worshipful 
the day he is installed and keeps it for life even though he may 
do a very poor job or even resign the day following his instal- 
lation." The Grand Master recommended that in Maine, when a 
D.D.G.M. had served for two years "with a record of faithful and 
effective service" he should be recognized as a P.D.D.G.M. with 
the "honorary title" of R.W. 

The Grand Master added that up to 1973, in Pennsylvania, 
a D.D.G.M. had to serve for ten years before becoming eligible to 



24 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

receive the title P.D.D.G.M. In 1973 the time was reduced to five 
years. 

M.W. Bro. R. J. Pollard presented his 28th Annual report 
as Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Correspondence. As 
usual his reviews are comprehensive and interesting. This year, in 
his foreword, he paid tribute to M.W. Bro. Harry S. Truman, 
P.G.M. of Missouri. 



MARYLAND — 1972 

Semi-annual Communication — May 16. 
186th Annual Communication — November 21-22. 

Grand Master, 1970-72 — M.W. Bro. J. R. Fogle 
Grand Master, 1972-74 — M.W. Bro. P. B. Matthews 

Lodges, 129. Membership, 45,864. Loss, 441. 

The major matter of discussion at the Semi-annual Communi- 
cation was the disposal of the surplus land on which the Masonic 
home stands. The property which amounts to 425 acres is far too 
valuable for the purpose for which it is now used. The Home, 
called Bonnie Blink, houses 127 guests (96 women and 31 men). 
Of these 57 are in the Infirmary. The budget for the year is 
slightly under $800,000.00. Costs have increased 210% in thirteen 
years and are climbing. Developers began coming forward with 
offers for the land not required by the Home. The Grand Lodge 
authorized the Board of Trustees to act as they saw fit in the best 
interests of the Fraternity. They reported at the Annual Communi- 
cation that they had sold 350 acres, leaving 75 for the Home, for 
$12,500,000.00. 

The Report of the Grand Lecturer included the Report of "the 
Committee on Ritualistic Work in the English and German 
languages." One officer of the Grand Lodge is "Deputy Grand 
Lecturer at large in the German Language." Actually, the Lodge 
of Instruction in the German Language (nine schools were held) 
was not as well attended as were the other Lodges of Instruction. 
The only lodge on the roll which would likely work in German 
appears to be Germania Lodge No. 160, chartered in 1872. 



MANITOBA — 1973 

98th Annual Communication — June 6-7. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. W. F. L. Hyde 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. R. W. H. Campbell 

Lodges, 114. Membership, 13,407. Loss, 417. 



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M.W. Bro. W. K. Bailey brought greetings from our Grand 
Lodge. 

The sessions of Grand Lodge were held, for the second time, 
in the new Masonic Memorial Temple, of which the Brethren are 
justifiably most proud. 

The Grand Master when visiting the lodges in Northern 
Manitoba found them in a healthy condition and marvelled at the 
fellowship and true Masonic spirit displayed by the Brethren of 
the lodges where distance and cost of travel prevent them from 
making inter-lodge visitations. 

The Grand Master accepted an invitation from the Knights of 
Columbus to attend their indoor sports meeting. Good relations 
continue to exist between the two fraternal bodies. 

The Grand Lodge will celebrate its centennial in 1975. The 
Committee involved reported that Prince Rupert Lodge players 
are rehearsing a play written especially for the occasion, which 
they hope to present throughout the Province. They also hope to 
present a Grand Lodge flag, to be designed by the proper author- 
ities. 

The Committee on the Condition of Freemasonry, among 
other matters, reported that they had received a request from St. 
John's Lodge No. 4 for permission to publish ten Masonic educa- 
tional speeches yearly, using the name "Institution for the Advance- 
ment of Masonic Arts and Sciences." The Committee approved and 
several of these educational brochures are now in circulation. This 
would appear to be a most ambitious project for a single lodge 
to undertake. 

The developing highway pattern running North and South 
suggests that the rural districts, based on an earlier East-West 
pattern, might well be re-distributed. 

M.W. Bro. H. B. Donnelly (G.M. 1947) felt obliged to retire 
as Grand Librarian, after 20 years service in the office. 



MASSACHUSETTS — 1972 

4 Quarterly Communications, 31 Special Communications, 
and Stated Communication December 27. 

Grand Master, 1969-71 — M.W. Bro. H. H. Jaynes 
Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. D. W. Vose 

Lodges, 349. Membership, 114,925. Loss, 2,665. 



26 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

In his Report on Foreign Relations, M.W. Bro. T. S. Roy said 

that a request for recognition had been received from the Grana 
Lodge of the State of Baja California, Mexico. He told something 
of the organization of Freemasonry in that country'. For the most 
part, it is on a state basis as in the United States. There are 31 
states and 20 have Grand Lodges. There is a Masonic Confedera- 
tion of Regular Lodges of the United States of Mexico. Inasmuch 
as all the State Grand Lodges belong to this Confederation, all 
are equally regular. Massachusetts recognizes ten. If asked why 
not all, the answer is that they have never asked for recognition. 
According to Masonic protocol, the younger Grand Lodge must 
take the initiative. Our 1973 Proceedings (pages 245, 248, and 
251) show that we do not list any Grand Lodge in Mexico, except, 
of course, Mexico (York), which is not one of the State Grand 
Lodges. 

As has been written before in these Reviews, when any lodge 
in Massachusetts celebrates a special anniversary, a history of the 
lodge is included in the Proceedings of Grand Lodge. This custom 
not only explains why the Proceedings run to almost 700 pages but 
also provides a continuing history of Freemasonry in Massachusetts. 
In the year under review, Fourth Estate Lodge, Boston, celebrated 
its Fiftieth Anniversary. The history included a separate account 
entitled Boston Newspaper Masonic Clubs. No fewer than five 
such clubs exist or have existed. One, the Hour Glass Club, com- 
posed of Masonic employees of the Boston Globe, is in its 48th 
year and has a roster of 85 members. Although there is no club 
at the Christian Science Monitor, staff members have taken a 
leading part in the work of Fourth Estate Lodge. New membership 
ratios over the years indicate a major percentage from the Monitor. 
In the last 25 years 14 have served as W.M. 

Harvard Lodge also celebrated its Fiftieth Anniversary. One 
of the original promoters of the lodge was the distinguished jurist 
R.W. Bro. Roscoe Pound. All but four of the Grand Lodge 
offices have been filled at some time by a member of the Harvard 
Lodge. The exceptions are Junior Grand Warden. Grand Standard 
Bearer, Grand Organist and Grand Tyler. Four Members have 
been elected Grand Master. The record is notable as there have 
been only 18 Grand Masters since 1922. 

Attendance at the Quarterly Communications has been so 
great that many members of Grand Lodge could not find places in 
Ionic Hall, the meeting place in the Boston Temple. A public 
address system, installed in other halls did not permit brethren to 
see the work of the Grand Lodge officers or see the many dis- 
tinguished guests. Now Grand Lodge has installed a closed-circuit 
video system. 



Our M.W. Bro. Bailey was chosen as one of the two guests 
invited to speak at the Stated Communication. 



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MEXICO (YORK) — 1973 

111th Annual Communication — March 9-10. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. F. M. Stefanovich 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. R. W. Burnet 

Lodges, 11. Membership, 634. Gain, 23. 

In his address the Grand Master reported that not only had 
membership increased but that attendance at lodge meetings also 
showed a marked improvement. Since his Jurisdiction is small he 
was able to report on each lodge individually. On his return from 
Monterrey Lodge No. 13, the Grand Master was hijacked and 
"complete with wounded hijackers and a planeload of passengers" 
enjoyed the dubious pleasure of visiting another country free of 
charge. 

The Grand Master recommended that the Education Com- 
mittee be charged with formulating a plan and mechanism re- 
quiring candidates, before receiving their Master Mason's certifi- 
cate, to prepare a paper reflecting the Brother's philosophical pro- 
gress. This work would be required in addition to the regular 
proficiency examination. 

The Committee for Work and Ritual was faced with the 
problem of producing a ritualistically true, and at the same time 
linguistically acceptable, German translation of the York Ritual 
for the use of Alexander von Humboldt Lodge. The basis of the 
text was a German York Ritual used before by the Grand Lodge 
of Guatemala. 



MICHIGAN — 1973 

147th Annual Communication — May 22-23. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. R. E. Lake 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro, W. E. Adams 

Lodges, 534. Membership, 145,964. Loss, 3,771. 

The Grand Master under the head of Rulings and Decisions 
stated that there were none. The question of bingo did come 
up and the Grand Master flatly declared: "We're not going to play 
bingo or have gambling in any other way in our Masonic Temples 
or Lodges until such time as legislation is properly presented at a 
communication and our law changed. Therefore, it's not a ruling, 
it's not a decision, the law was already there." 

Our M.W. Bro. Bailey when invited to address the Annual 
Communication reminded his hearers of the close ties between our 
Grand Lodge and that of Michigan. The association goes back to 



28 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

1855 when we called on the M.W. Grand Master of Michigan to 
install our first Grand Master, M.W. Bro. William Mercer Wilson. 

The incoming Grand Master hails from Saginaw. His bio- 
graphy records that he is "a partially retired soft drink manu- 
facturer" who "gains relaxation by making unusual ceramic crea- 
tions and Christmas tree farming." Saginaw has provided three 
Grand Masters. One M.W. Bro. D. H. Hesse, Grand Master in 
1941, is still considered to be one of Michigan's great engravers 
of precious metals. 

The biography of M.W. Bro. Adams provided a brief but in- 
teresting history of Freemasonry in Saginaw. The roots go back to 

1856 when two lodges had their genesis. One originally named 
Germania No. 79, now renamed Pioneer, actually had a German 
warrant and began to function under that authority. Both lodges 
received their Michigan charters at the same time. 



MINNESOTA — 1973 

120th Annual Communication — April 5-6. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. R. E. Torfin 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. V. E. Long 

Lodges, 269. Membership, 58,200. Loss, 1,705. 

Many lodges complied with the suggestion of the Grand 
Master that each Masonic temple erect a lighted flagpole on which 
the U.S. flag could be flown when the building is in use. 

In his Message the Grand Master dealt with a matter which 
would not be discussed in our Grand Lodge or constituent lodges. 
He urged every Mason to "continue as an individual citizen, to 
fight against the creeping power of parochial schools to move in 
on" the free public school system. 

The Fraternal Correspondence Committee, which corresponds 
to our Committee on Fraternal Relations, recommended the recog- 
nition of the Grand Lodge of Paraguay. The full and correct name 
is Gran Logia Simbolica del Paraguay. 

The Committee on Masonic Research and Education worked 
on many projects. The "Table Lodge", referred to in these Reviews 
last year, was presented in full as the last segment of each Area 
Conference. A significant number of lodges "used and presented 
a 'Table Lodge' as a special event during the year." 

Three years ago the Committee established a speakers' bureau. 
The list of available speakers has been up-dated and many topics 
added. 



FRATERNAL CORRESPONDENCE 29 



The Committee on Publishing the "Minnesota Mason" re- 
ported that they had published nine numbers of eight pages each. 
The circulation is about 62,000. The publication costs $25,500.00 
a year to produce. At a cost of a little over four cents a copy or 
something under 40 cents a year the Committee and Editor have 
supplied 72 pages of interesting information, news and photos 
about Masons and Masonry. 



MISSISSIPPI — 1973 

155th Annual Communication — February 13-14. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. W. L. Smith 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W, Bro. E. B. Shearer 

Lodges, 306. Membership, 48,969. Loss, 360. 

Some lodges had an extremely busy year. Horn Lake Lodge 
No. 617, with 241 members conferred 102 degrees, Gulf port Lodge 
No. 422, with 592 members, conferred 77 and Pascagoula Lodge 
No. 419, with 763 members, conferred 76. Thus it would appear 
that the three lodges had 85 candidates between them. 

The Jurisdiction acted as host to the Southeastern Masonic 
Conference. Attendance, from nine states, was good. The topics 
dealt with included Masonic work, benevolence, education and 
history. 

The Masonic Home for children at Meridian is of fine con- 
struction and equipped with best furnishings and facilities with an 
abundance of playground and a good gymnasium. It can house 
65 children but during the year had only 23. The Grand Master 
feared that somewhere in the State there were orphaned Masons' 
children who were cold and hungry who could be helped. 

The Grand Master ruled that a Mason in good standing in a 
lodge in Georgia, where the Grand Lodge permits dual member- 
ship in the State, under dispensation by the Grand Master of 
Georgia, could not affiliate with a Mississippi lodge without first 
securing a dimit from his mother lodge. 



MONTANA — 1972 

106th Annual Communication — June 23-24. 

Grand Master, 1971-72 — M.W. Bro. A. G. Beusen 
Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. E. R. Fleshman 

Lodges, 130. Membership, 20,551. Loss, 584. 



30 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

The Grand Master called a Special Communication of Grand 
Lodge at Gardiner, Montana, to rededicate the Teddy Roosevelt 
Arch at the Gardiner entrance to Yellowstone National Park in 
connection with the 100th Anniversary of the establishment of the 
park. 

Grand Masters do many things during their year in office. 
M.W. Bro. Beusen found a new activity. He reported "I spent 
three days supervising the harvesting and sale of wheat for the 
Montana Masonic Foundation through the Klein Estate at Circle." 
The Grand Master is not a farmer but an investment broker. The 
reason the work was made clear in the report of the Directors of 
the Montana Masonic Foundation. In 1962, Bro. M. J. Klein 
a long-time and devoted member of Circle Lodge No. 146, 
willed his farm to the Foundation. He was killed in an auto acci- 
dent and the estate had to be settled. Since the local inhabitants 
were not happy at the prospect of seeing 1,280 acres removed from 
the tax rolls by a tax-free foundation the Directors decided to sell 
the land to the highest bidder. The sale price was $96,000. An oil 
lease was sold for $6,144.00 and the wheat crop brought in 
$4,611.70 net. The Foundation retained the mineral rights. The 
Montana Masonic Foundation is a charitable tax-exempt Montana 
Corporation organized in 1960 "to disperse charity, both public and 
private." 



NEBRASKA — 1973 

116th Annual Communication — June 8-9. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. H. J. Hunter 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. F. J. Mattoon 

Lodges, 254. Membership, 38,879. Loss, 1,077. 

Ten lodges voted to consolidate as five. The Proceedings give 
a complete record of all lodges which have consolidated over the 
years as well as a list of extinct lodges. In addition the charter 
date of every existing lodge is recorded. Thus century old lodges 
can be identified at a glance. In 1873, six lodges received charters 
and in 1874, eight. Numbers missing from the roll show that at 
one time there were two more in 1873 and one 1874. Another 
feature of the Proceedings is the list of veteran Grand Lodge 
attendants. M.W. Bro. B. F. Eyre (G.M. 1946) has attended 51, 
M.W. Bro. Bro. C. R. Griesen (Hon.) has attended 50 and M.W. 
Bro. W. Wanner (G.M. 1943), who wrote his 26th Fraternal Re- 
view in 1973, has attended 47. 

M.W. Bro. Wanner was troubled by the nondelivery of "seven 
of the best" Proceedings to which he looks forward. As usual his 
recapitulation of world Freemasonry, done by subject, rather 
than by jurisdiction, as we do, provides a thoroughing report. He 



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closed his latest with a lengthy quotation from M.W. Bro. Bruce 
Foster's address in 1971 (page 59 of our Proceedings). 

NEW BRUNSWICK — 1973 

106th Annual Communication — May 11-12. 

Grand Master, 1971-73 — M.W. Bro. M. W. Dalton 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. J. S. Brooks 

Lodges, 49. Membership, 7,904. Loss, 71. 

The Grand Historian presented a report which focussed on 
Westmorland Lodge No. 44, of Port Elgin. The lodge building was 
gutted by fire in 1971 but no furniture or regalia was lost. While 
the material was laid out in the sunlight to dry the members had 
no idea as to which way to turn for a meeting place. A friendly 
Roman Catholic suggested that the local priest be consulted. He, 
the Reverend Father Alfred Maillet "gave his immediate and 
cheerful consent" to the lodge to occupy a vacant school building. 
The Lodge met here while their new temple was being built. 
Thanks to the contributions of labour and material a large building 
was erected at a minimum cost. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE — 1973 

] 14th Semiannual Communication — November 18, 1972. 
184th Annual Communication — May 19. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. S. A. Johnson 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. R. H. Danelson 

Lodges, 81. Membership, 15,441. Loss, 201. 

Last year these Reviews reported that the minimum goal for 
funds for improvement of the Masonic Home in Manchester had 
been set at $500,000 and reached when only 25 per cent of the 
Brethren had been canvassed. By the end of the first year of effort 
the fund had reached $725,602.00. A new infirmary was built and 
many improvements were made. 

One dispensation revealed a "degree team" of unusual per- 
sonnel. St. Mark's Lodge No. 44, Derry, were authorized "to invite 
the Clergy Degree Team from Massachusetts" to confer part of 
a M.M. degree. 

Requests for waiver of jurisdiction by New Hampshire lodges 
were approved in seven cases by the Grand Lodge of Maine, in 
another seven cases by the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, and in 
three cases by the Grand Lodge of Vermont when residents of the 
three States wished to apply for membership in lodges in New 



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Hampshire. In turn the Grand Lodge of New Hampshire granted 
waivers enabling residents of that Jurisdiction to apply in Massa- 
chusetts (11 cases) and Vermont (2 cases). Permission of one 
candidate from New Hampshire to apply in Louisiana cannot be 
explained by the short distances between New England towns. In 
the past these Reviews have noted cases in some other Jurisdictions 
where such requests for waivers certainly would not have been 
granted. 



NEW JERSEY — 1973 

186th Annual Communication — April 25-26. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. O. Gehrig, Jr. 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. V. Cornine 

Lodges, 268. Membership, 87,882. Loss, 2,288. 

For the first time in the history of the Grand Lodge, 400 
Brethren joined in a short four day holiday in Nassau. The 
travellers went from all parts of the State. 

Owing to the increased hazards of highway travel the Grand 
Lodge Trustees have set up an insurance programme. Since the 
seven elected Grand Lodge Officers travel by far the most they 
are protected to $100,000. Other Officers, such as appointed Grand 
Staff, D.D.G.M.s, etc. are covered to $50,000. All Grand Lodge 
Committee members, while on official committee business are 
covered to $20,000. 

The most significant development during the year was the es- 
tablishment of the Masonic Community Charity Fund of New 
Jersey. The prime purpose of the Fund is "to help constituent 
Lodges make contributions to over riding and compelling charitable 
demands arising in their own community or vicinage." Approxi- 
mately $17,800 was contributed by the time of the Annual Com- 
munication. The Constitution outlined the terms as follows: 

"The function and purpose of the Masonic Community 
Charity Fund of New Jersey shall be to provide funds to be dis- 
bursed by or on behalf of the constituent lodges of this Grand 
Jurisdiction for charitable, benevolent, educational, scientific or 
literary purposes." The Committee is appointed by the Grand 
Master. 

NEW MEXICO — 1973 

96th Annual Communication — March 19-20. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. T. B. Watkins 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. F. E, Prevost 

Lodges, 65. Membership, 14,100. Loss, 143. 



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An annual event in this Jurisdiction is the Carlsbad Caverns 
meeting. On this occasion the E.A. degree was conferred by mem- 
bers of ten different lodges of the Grand Lodge of Cosmos, 
Chihuahua, Mexico. Over 800 were present. 

The Grand Lecturer had a busy year. Members of his staff 
visited most of the lodges at least once. Study sessions were held 
in 55 lodges, from one to seven times. In addition, several work- 
shops were held at the district level. 

The Committee on Revolving Student Loan Fund granted 
twelve loans totalling $5,208.00 during the year. Repayments 
totalled almost $2,000. Three of these were final payments. 

The Committee on Marking Graves of Past Grand Masters 
reported that all the graves of Past Grand Masters are suitably 
marked and recorded. 



NEW SOUTH WALES — 1973 

85th Annual Report of two Special and four 
Quarterly Communications — 1972 and 1973 

Grand Master, 1969-72 — M.W. Bro. R. A. Hammond 
Grand Master, 1972-74 — M.W. Bro. V. C. N. Blight, C.B.E. 

Lodges, 907. Membership, 93,595. Loss, 2,465. 

The Fraternal Reviews in the report of the fourth Quarterly 
Communication are limited to six Jurisdictions. Our Proceedings 
were given a full page. M.W. Bro. W. K. Bailey was quoted at 
some length. 

The Quarterly Communication, December 13, 1972, was held 
in the Great Hall of the University of Sydney because after 84 
years in the Castlereagh Street Temple, Grand Lodge had vacated 
the premises to permit the erection of a new temple and administra- 
tive offices. Last year's Review described the project. The tempor- 
ary meeting place was most appropriate as the Grand Lodge was 
inaugurated in the Great Hall on August 16, 1888. 

The Freemasons' Benevolent Institution of N.S.W. is an 
active body. The first 54 units of the Hawkins Masonic Village 
at Edgeworth were officially opened and a contract for building 
a 29-bed nursing home for the aged, at the same site, was let. The 
cost of the latter will be $300,000 (Australian). 

In 1945 the then Grand Master supported the formation of a 
combined Masonic Association. The original aims were: to help 
the aged and distressed; to assist in the rehabilitation and employ- 
ment of brethren on their discharge from the armed forces; and to 



34 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

assist in the education of youth. The first aim of the C.M.A. was 
to visit brethren in hospital. Originally, this function was carried 
out by a body with the truly Victorian name "The Aged and Dis- 
tressed Brethren Comforts Fund." The establishment of the 
Masonic Homes gave the C.M.A. a wider scope. The second aim 
has lapsed as the need abated. The third aim still is important. 
Interested Masons help students in Saturday morning classes, 
commencing each June, with a little extra coaching to help them 
through their examination "from 6th Class to Learning Certificate 
standard." 

In addition to the work being done on its new headquarters 
building the Grand Lodge helps finance improvement of suburban 
and country temples with loans at the nominal rate of 1%. The 
programme has been a great success. One lodge paid off a $2,000 
loan with a "large cropping project". 

In 1971 the Grand Lodge voted to move the William 
Thompson Masonic School, to sell the valuable site and to transfer 
the proceeds to a charitable foundation. On a motion of the 
Grand Master the decision was rescinded. It was agreed to rebuild 
the school and hostel on ten acres of the site and to sell the rest, 
tne proceeds to be paid to the "fund of General Purposes". From 
tne discussion, it is evident that the Annual Communication was 
discussing "a multi-million dollar project". In another place a 
figure of $11,000,000 (Australian) was mentioned. Our Reviews 
for 1971 gave a lengthy account of the School. 

The Board of General Purposes permitted Lodge Temperance 
Liverpool No. 438 to change its name to Macquarie Liverpool. 
I'he explanation is that some lodges in New South Wales permit 
the use of alcoholic beverages and others do not. An "endorsement 
on the Charter" is used to exclude the use of liquor at lodge 
meetings. Actually, these Reviews reported in 1962 that a lodge 
with an endorsed charter could use liquor, provided no funds of 
the lodge were expended thereon. 

The Board of General Purposes declined to recognize the 
Grand Orient of Lebanon. 



NEW ZEALAND — 1972 

83rd Annual Communication — November 22. 

Grand Master, 1968-72 — M.W. Bro. Sir Arthur Porritt, 

Bt., G.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., C.B.E. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. Sir Edwin Bate, 

O.B.E., O.St.J., LL.M. 

Lodges, 430. Membership, 42,812. Loss, 584. 



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On relinquishing his appointment as Governor-General M.W. 
Bro. Sir Arthur Porritt concluded his term as Grand Master after 
four years in that office and returned to England. During his final 
year the Grand Master continued his policy of meeting as many 
brethren as possible. 

The Board of General Purposes, following a proposal made 
from the floor of Grand Ledge at the 1971 Annual Communica- 
tion, proposed that the minimum age of candidates (other than a 
Lewis) be lowered to twenty. After much thought-provoking dis- 
cussion, the motion was defeated. 

The Grand Master-Elect was installed in the evening before 
the close of Grand Lodge. In his address the Grand Master said 
in part: 

"If Freemasonry is to be the force for good, of which it is 
capable, we must make it relevant to the age in which we live, 
preserving our land marks inviolate and at the same time, in- 
terpreting them in a practical way for the benefit of all people. Our 
record of benevolence to those in distress or in need is impressive. 
It is effective and of a magnitude which requires and receives a 
high measure of business management and efficiency in its applica- 
tion, and there is need for more of it. By this means, we delegate 
to our Board of Benevolence part only of our duty to our fellow 
men, and we furnish the Board with funds for this purpose. My 
plea for the present is that we constantly review our personal atti- 
tudes to the people around us and identify ourselves and our 
efforts and abilities with their needs. If Freemasonry ever becomes 
inward looking, or so inbred or complacent, as to be insensitive 
to the challenge of the age, then it will fall from its high purpose 
and undoubted destiny, for no man and no group of men can live 
as an island. Each of us, if we try, can give some practical applica- 
tion to this thought. We each have our own particular abilities, and 
in our own home town and abroad, opportunities abound to show 
our concern for others." 



NORTH DAKOTA — 1972 

83rd Annual Communication — June 22-24. 

Grand Master, 1971-72 — M.W. Bro. G. H. Hansen 
Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. J. F. Woodward 

Lodges, 116. Membership, 11,079. Loss, 335. 

Nine representatives of the Grand Lodge of Manitoba (the 
Grand Master, seven Past Grand Masters and the Grand Senior 
Warden) attended the Annual Communication. The Jurisprudence 
Committee proposed the names of M.W. Bro. J. L. Rankin and 
M.W. Bro. W. J. Witherspoon, Past Grand Master of Manitoba, 



36 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

as Honorary Past Grand Masters and R.W. Bro. H. G. McCrae, 
Grand Senior Warden of Manitoba, as an Honorary Member of 
the Grand Lodge of North Dakota. The recommendations were 
approved. 

The Communication dealt with several proposed amendments 
to the Constitution and By-laws of the Grand Lodge. The office 
of Grand Pursuivant was done away with and a proposal to alter 
the method of amendment of the Constitution was approved. 

Among the By-laws approved was one which lowered to 18 
the age for petitioners. Another By-law approved reduced the 
residence requirement for petitioners from one year in the State 
and six months in the Jurisdiction of the lodge to three months in 
both. The same By-law removed the residence requirement for 
petitioners for affiliation whether members of a lodge in North 
Dakota or a jurisdiction recognized by the Grand Lodge. 

A proposal to remove a section of the By-laws which prohibits 
the use of any intoxicating liquor in that part of a building used for 
Masonic purposes or in any hall or room owned, controlled or 
used by a constituent lodge was not approved. 



NORTH DAKOTA — 1973 

84th Annual Communication — June 14-16. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. J. F. Woodward 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. R. O. Hanson 

Lodges, 114. Membership, 10,721. Loss, 358. 

The Grand Secretary visited all the Masonic historic sites in 
the State, except one, and discussed with officials of the State 
Highway Department and State Historical Society, in Bismarck, 
ways in which Masons, tourists and other sightseers might find 
their way to these sites. 

In an effort to provide closer communication between the 
Grand Lodge and the local lodges, all Grand Lodge Officers were 
requested to visit assigned constituent lodges. Every lodge in the 
State received a request for an invitation and all but two responded. 
Consequently each Grand Lodge Officer visited from seven to 16 
lodges during the year. 

Seventy Masons, interested in Masonic leadership, spent two 
days at Jamestown College. The programme included a film and 
lectures on a variety of topics. The lectures were all given by a 
Mason who was also a professional educator. 

Under the heading of Decisions, the Grand Master agreed 
that a lodge could sponsor a Boy Scout troop, so long as the body 



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responsible was clearly indicated to be a committee of the lodge 
or a group from within the membership and not the lodge itself. 
The explanation was that the Fraternity should not be put in the 
position of being held responsible for the action or inaction of 
sorne of its members. This is the first time this Reviewer has 
noticed such a request and decision. 

The Pembina Masonic Historical Site is threatened by the 
proposal to build a dyke to protect Pembina from the Red River. 
The site is between the city and the river. A proposal by the city 
to move the monument to another location was completely unac- 
ceptable to the Grand Lodge. It was agreed that the city would 
provide a parking area and access over the dyke, leaving the site 
undisturbed. 



NOVA SCOTIA — 1973 

108th Annual Communication — June 1-2. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. A. S. Jackson 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. G. Morrison 

Lodges, 117. Membership, 11,904. Loss, 154. 

It is worth noting that the loss of 154 was the smallest since 
1962, when it was 150. 

The Grand Master attended an exceptional installation. The 
newly installed Master, named McKeen, his brother the Senior 
Warden, their grandfather, who has been a Mason for 64 years, 
and their uncle, who has been Secretary for 34 years, were present. 
Their father, a Past Master of the Lodge, Queens Lodge No. 34 
at Sherbrooke, could not be present as he was in hospital. The 
McKeen family record must be almost impossible to duplicate. 

The Advisory Board received several interesting questions 
from district meetings. The answers to two tell us something 
about widely accepted practices. 

"If a life member in the Grand Lodge of Scotland affiliates 
with a local lodge and is subsequently suspended N.P.D., can he 
visit local lodges? According to our usage, which is that generally 
held throughout North America, only Brethren in good standing in 
all lodges to which they belong are entitled to membership privi- 
leges. The Grand Lodge of Scotland would permit him to visit 
Scottish lodges on the strength of his life membership, but this is 
contrary to our usage, and the Grand Lodge of Scotland is fully 
aware of the North American position in this matter." 

"How much of a lodge temple is dedicated? Just the lodge 
room? Or the entire Temple? On its face this seems to be a purely 



38 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

academic question. I suspect however, that the Lodge feels that it 
is not purely academic but has some practical aspect. 

"What is dedicated depends on what was said and done at the 
time of dedication. For this, reference should be made to the Cere- 
mony of Dedication in use in this Grand Lodge. Throughout this 
Ceremony the words invariably refer to dedicating the 'hall' and 
near the last, the Grand Director of Ceremonies proclaims that 
'this hall has been solemnly dedicated.' 

"The word 'hall' is capable of several meanings, from the hall 
in a dwelling to which a number of rooms have access, to a whole 
building such as a town hall. It is fairly certain however that the 
words in this ceremony were never intended to include the whole 
of an office building or a commercial building of which the 
Masonic meeting place and rooms form only a part. It would 
seem that they apply to that part of the building that is used for 
Masonic purposes, such as the meeting place, preparation room, 
ante-room and similar facilities. It would be almost absurd to say 
that an automobile show-room on the ground floor has been dedi- 
cated for the purposes of Masonry." 



OHIO — 1973 

164th Annual Communication — October 12-13. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. D. E. Fox 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. R. C. Scofield 

Lodges, 681. Membership, 255,451. Loss, 2,491. 

We began last year's Review with a report of the burning of a 
lodge building. Unfortunately, this year there were three fires. The 
Temple of Toronto Lodge No. 583 was completely destroyed, the 
roof of Newton Lodge No. 249 was extensively damaged and 
finally, as a result of arson, the Temple of Bethel Lodge No. 61 
was severely damaged. In all cases the lodge records were secure. 

The Grand Secretary held five regional Secretary's Work- 
shops in an attempt to improve the lines of communication between 
the Grand Lodge Office and the lodge Secretaries. Almost half the 
681 secretaries attended. All benefitted. 

The Grand Lodge was convened in Emergent Communications 
to lay cornerstones of a Christian Church, a Church of Christ, 
and two lodge buildings. 

The pictures of three new temples which were dedicated show 
them to be attractive buildings of taste and simplicity. 



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OKLAHOMA — 1973 

65th Annual Communication — February 6-8. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. O. A. Shipp 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. J. W. Preble 

Lodges, 357, Membership, 72,457. Loss, 1,217. 

The Grand Lodge held Emergent and Special Communica- 
tions to lay cornerstones for the new Shawnee City Hall building 
and four school buildings as well as to dedicate several lodge 
buildings. 

The Grand Master was able to resolve all questions put to 
him during the year by reference to the Constitution and Code. 
The Jurisdiction had a most harmonious year. 

One dispensation permitted the "Oklahoma Indian Degree 
Team" to travel to Missouri to confer a degree. The same body 
also conferred a degree in Illinois. 

In commenting on non-attendance, the Grand Master ex- 
pressed the matter in an original way. "Masonry is a speculative 
science, but only to the extent that it is operative. To be operative 
it must be participated in frequently." 

One action which must be chronicled was the bequest by 
Bro. Will Grant, whose name also should be recorded, of 
$37,744.00 to the small lodges in eastern Oklahoma, in an amount 
not to exceed $500.00 each. The court divided the Jurisdiction into 
three parts. Western, Central and Eastern. The only lodge to re- 
ceive a grant west of the court-determined line was Bro. Grant's 
home lodge. Actually there were not sufficient funds to give each 
lodge $500 so the funds were given to 80 lodges with the smallest 
membership. Masonry must have meant a great deal to such a 
benefactor. 



OREGON — 1973 

123rd Annual Communication — June 13-15. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. D. H. Schulze 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. E. A. Troyer 

Lodges, 190. Membership, 36,149. Loss, 799. 

Grand Lodges differ from one another in various ways. In 
one particular the Grand Lodge of Oregon carries on an activity 
which would not have a place in our Jurisdiction. Under the head- 
ing "Political Activity" the Grand Master reported "we, as a Grand 



40 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

Lodge, actively worked to inform the membership" of a proposed 
measure which would have changed the State Constitution to a 
point where pressure groups might have sought and obtained public 
funds for the support of non-public activities. He concluded "We 
have reason to believe that our opposition was, in part at least, 
responsible for the decisive defeat of this Measure." 

One dispensation granted by the Grand Master echoed the 
history of earlier times in Masonry. He permitted Oregon Military 
Lodge No. 223 to change the date of their December Stated Com- 
munication "because of military maneuvers." This Lodge works 
in Germany. 



PENNSYLVANIA — 1972 

Annual Communication — December 27. 

Quarterly Communications, March 1, June 6, September 6, 

December 6. 

Grand Master. 1970-71 — M.W. Bro. H. P. Ball 
Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. W. O. Kimmel 

Lodges, 605. Membership, 237,404. Loss, 2,278. 

M.W. Bros. W. K. Bailey and J. A. Irvine were among the 
Distinguished Guests at the December Quarterly Communication, 
the major meeting of the Grand Lodge during the year. The annual 
election is also held at the December Communication. On this 
occasion the Grand Lodge Officers were re-elected for a second 
year, beginning on St. John the Evangelist's Day. 

The Grand Lodge operates the Thomas Ranken Patton 
Masonic Institution for Boys which provides education for widow's 
sons. The School has been accredited by the Middle States Associ- 
ation of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Though able to enroll 56 
students the number in residence in 1972 was 40. The operation is 
not cheap. The cost of maintaining and educating "one Patton boy 
exceeds $4,100 a year," 

When a tropical storm played havoc in the Jurisdiction late 
in June, the Grand Lodge immediately set up a committee to help 
the victims of the catastrophe. The Committee expected the aid 
fund to reach $600,000.00 before its work was completed. The 
funds were disbursed in cash gifts to Brethren who needed immedi- 
ate help, in low interest loans to enable victims to get a new 
start, to local organizations which did outstanding community 
work during the disaster and to assist in restoring Masonic temples 
damaged by flood waters. By far the largest sum went to the 
second category, low interest loans. 

More than 7,000 tourists and visitors visited the Temple in 
Philadelphia, which was one hundred years old in 1973. Large 
scale improvements have been completed over the past several 
years. 



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PHILIPPINES — 1973 

57th Annual Communication — April 26-28. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. W. C. Councell 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. R. S. Demonteverde, Sr. 

Lodges, 152. Membership, 12,912. Gain, 67. 

Because of the increasing number of Brethren in Korea and 
the distance between Japan and Korea, the Grand Master set up a 
District (No. 30) in that country. 

The Grand Master is convinced that the Grand Lodge should 
sell its property and "rebuild in a different location for better 
planning and a better image." At present the "Temple does not 
project a good Masonic image." Furthermore, according to the 
Grand Master it is a firetrap without insurance. It is surrounded 
by tennis courts and an automobile shop "situated in very expen- 
sive downtown property which is very poor stewardship." The 
Grand Master recommended the appointment of a Committee to 
sell the property and make provision for a new temple. 

The Grand Master ended his address on a high note: 

"I now go the way of all Grand Masters, but as I go, there 
gathers round my head a vision of indescribable grandeur ... I 
see an institution which no man founded and which no man has 
been able to destroy, an institution which has survived all the 
assault which bigotry, ignorance, or fanaticism has been able to 
devise, and has never been more triumphant than it is today, an 
institution which attacks no man, and yet has flourished in 
majestic splendour all down the centuries. I see an institution, 
unchanging and unyielding in a time of flux and chaos, an immut- 
able rock amid the whirlwind and the earthquake. I see. Brethren, 
I see Freemasonry immemorial, immeasurable, immutable, and, I 
believe, immortal." 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND — 1973 

98th Annual Communication — June 23. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. C. E. Walker 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. N. B. Thompson 

Lodges, 17. Membership, 1,410. Gain, 2. 

The increase in membership, though small, was gratifying. All 
the lodges in the Jurisdiction, except one, have been most active. 

Since the Grand Lodge does not have an educational com- 
mittee the Grand Master sent two letters to the lodges. The first 



42 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

explained the duties of a Masonic Lodge. The second dealt with 
questions which should be asked an applicant for Masonry. 

The Scholarship Committee granted four scholarships. Their 
task was not easy as they received applications from ten fine 
candidates. Since the awards were instituted in 1964, 39 scholar- 
ships have been granted, totalling $9,750.00. 

The Grand Lodge will celebrate its centennial in 1975. The 
Grand Historian, therefore, took the opportunity to review past 
anniversary celebrations. The first one was in 1897, when the 
Grand Lodge was only 22 years old. They held a Special Com- 
munication to celebrate the centennial of St. John's Lodge No. 1, 
Charlottetown. Other celebrations marked the 50th and 75th 
anniversaries of the Grand Lodge. 



QUEBEC — 1973 

103rd Annual Communication — June 7-8. 

Grand Master, 1971-73 — M.W. Bro. K. W. Aldridge 
Grand Master, 1973-75 — M.W. Bro. K. D. Sheldrick 

Lodges, 112. Membership, 14,564. Loss, 279. 

The roll of lodges shows an increase of one. The addition is 
La Loge Delta U.D. The institution of the new lodge was an his- 
toric occasion as it was the first time a lodge had been instituted 
bilingually. Among the distinguished visitors received after the 
opening of the Grand Lodge was M.W. Bro. Harry L. Martyn. 
After the guests were welcomed the Grand Lodge recessed and as 
the Proceedings state "no doubt history was made not only in 
Quebec but in the world when the Grand Master received and wel- 
comed Rev. Father Irenee Beaubien, Director of the Ecumenical 
Centre of the Church of Rome." He expressed his delight at the 
dialogue taking place between himself and other representatives of 
the Roman Catholic church, the Grand Master of Quebec and 
several members of the clergy representing the Masonic Order. 

As has been the case in recent years, the Grand Master 
addressed some words in French to the francophone brethren. He 
told them that if they had any remarks to make, they were free to 
make them in their mother tongue. Among the Past Grand 
Officers lost during the year was R.W. Bro. G. W. Galbraith, who, 
though blind, was representative to the Board of General Purposes 
for the St. Francis district for 22 years. He rarely missed a meeting 
of the Board. 

As evidence of renewed interest in Masonic activity, the 
Grand Master said that two additional lodges were under active 



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consideration. One of these is another francophone lodge outside 
the Metropolitan area. The other is a lodge of Masonic research. 
This body would have all the powers of a regular lodge but would 
not confer degrees. 

An unusual meeting took place in Rawdon Centennial Lodge 
No. 135 when the W.M., W. Bro. G. Pike, initiated his three sons. 
All officers of the evening were members of the Pike family. 

Three lodges celebrated their centennials and another three 
their semi-centennial. 

The Grand Masters of Quebec and Alberta realized a dream 
when La Loge des Coeurs Unis No. 45 (one of the francophone 
lodges in Montreal) and others visited Zetland Lodge No. 83, 
Calgary. As the Grand Master of Quebec said: "There is no doubt 
this venture was a very significant step taken by members of our 
Craft to unite this magnificent country of Canada. The opportunity 
presented to us to meet face to face with brethren domiciled at so 
great a distance from ourselves was most revealing and rewarding. 
It was revealing in the sense that we learned conclusively that the 
only thing that separates us as Canadians is 'miles'. It was reward- 
ing to discover, during the exemplification of the first degree in 
the French ritual that indeed 'language is subordinate to thought'. 
I am convinced this was one of the most important events to have 
occurred during my term as Grand Master and I was delighted to 
have shared the experience with 45 Quebecers who made the 
2,000 mile trip at their own expense." 

A return visit is planned. 

In Quebec City, the Masonic Club of Quebec Clubroom was 
opened unofficially, with 400 persons present. "The clubroom has 
produced a new dimension to this magnificent Temple" according 
to the Grand Master. 

The Montreal Temple was the scene of a wedding at which 
the Grand Master was invited to participate. 

Since the Temple in Montreal is the outward and visible 
symbol of Masonry in Quebec, the Grand Lodge launched a 
Headquarters Development Fund to be used to refurbish the build- 
ing, which is in excellent condition but in need of some moderniza- 
tion. The level of donations has been impressive. 

After many years of effort a French ritual has been established. 
The Grand Master suggested that the ritual could very well extend 
Masonic activity in anglophone lodges. "It may lead to the forma- 
tion of teams capable of conferring or exemplifying degrees in 
French, either as required or on a once a year basis." 



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QUEENSLAND — 1973 

52nd Annual Report — One Special and four Quarterly 
Communications. 

Grand Master, 1968-71 — M.W. Bro. His Excellency 

the Hon. Sir Alan James Mansfield 

Grand Master, 1971-74 — M.W. Bro. N. W. Bauer 

Lodges, 478. Membership, 34,476. Loss, 294. 

The Grand Master has many duties similar to those of Grand 
Masters of other jurisdictions. He visited 78 lodges and regretted 
that he could not visit more. In Australia, however, a Grand 
Master also receives the debutantes at Masonic balls. M.W. Bro. 
Bauer attended several such occasions and other Grand Officers 
represented him at others. The Grand Master explained: "Functions 
such as these are usually held once a year, and in my opinion serve 
a very good purpose. Brethren together with their wives, sons and 
daughters are able to fraternise in enjoyment with members of the 
public and to show that Freemasonry is not an insular association." 

The expenditure of $520,000 (approximately $750,000 Can- 
adian) "for the purpose of erecting, furnishing and commissioning 
a modern 165 bed Infirmary in the grounds of the Freemasons 
Homes, Sandgate" was approved. An appeal for voluntary dona- 
tions is planned. The Commonwealth Government subsidizes such 
projects $2 for $1. Thus the total project is in the order of 
$1,377,000 (Australian). 



RHODE ISLAND — 1973 

Semi-annual Communication — November 18, 1972. 
182nd Annual Communication — May 21. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. G. E. Kettleband 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. W. H. Leach 

Lodges, 47. Membership, 15,489. Loss, 367. 

One recommendation of the Grand Master had merit but 
would not be feasible in our Jurisdiction. He said: "I strongly 
recommend to all subordinate lodges that the charter of the Lodge 
be stored in such a manner as to preserve it from damage, loss 
or fire and that a copy be used for lodge work." The statement 
is certainly applicable to all lodge records such as registers, by- 
laws and minute books, in which cases the current volumes can 
be carried to each meeting. 

In the Review last year we reported on the visit of the Most 
Reverend Louis E. Gelineau, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Dio- 



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cese of Providence to the Annual Communication. The ecumenical 
movement continued. The Grand Master was invited by the same 
bishop to the rededication of the cathedral of the Diocese. Other 
somewhat unlikely gatherings included the Grand Master's 
accompanying "the officers of St. John's Lodge No. 1, Providence 
to a public installation of officers of Dillon Council, Knights of 
Columbus." On another occasion the Grand Master participated 
in extending a welcome to Bishop Gelineau when he visited 
Harmony Lodge No. 9. 

The leading social event of the Grand Lodge year was the 
fifth Annual Fall Festival. No fewer than 1,167 attended. The 
evening consisted of dancing and a buffet. 

The question of the introduction of spirituous or malt bever- 
ages into Masonic temples in a limited manner, mentioned in last 
year's Review, was answered by a decisive rejection at the Semi- 
Annual Communication. 

Although now a somewhat old story, it has a place here. The 
D.D.G.M. of the First District reported that "Early in December, 
1972, the District decided to visit Mimico Lodge No. 369 of 
Toronto, Canada; it being the local of Worshipful Brother Edward 
Hudson." Consequently on May 11, 1973, a large chartered bus 
left Providence on the visit. The journey was a great success. 



SASKATCHEWAN — 1973 

67th Annual Communication — June 20, 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. C. J. Calvert 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. J. Morland 

Lodges, 191. Membership, 14,120. Loss, 411. 

The Grand Master set up two special committees during the 
year: one to investigate and report on the need for changes in 
District boundaries and one to help a district which requires special 
assistance. The reports are to be presented at the 1974 Communi- 
cation. 

The movement of young people to the cities necessitated the 
amalgamation of six lodges into three. 

The Grand Master and Grand Secretary were commissioned 
to investigate the possibility of holding the Annual Communication 
in one of the smaller cities of the Province. Their researches 
showed that the idea was not feasible. 

The incoming Grand Master, M.W. Bro. John Morland is a 
minister. Born in Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, in 1904 he came 



46 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

with his parents to Manitoba in 1905. He worked as a farm hand 
in Saskatchewan before securing his training in theology. He 
entered the ministry in 1941 and in 1972 received the honorary 
degree of D.D. 



SCOTLAND — 1973-74 

Quarterly Communications — February 1, May 3, August 2, 

November 1. 

Annual Communication — November 30. 

M.W. Grand Master Mason, 1965-69 

Major Sir Ronald Orr Ewing 

M.W. Grand Master Mason. 1969-74 — David Liddell-Grainger 

of Aytoun 

Lodges in Scotland, 645. Overseas, 415. 

The visitors at the August Quarterly Communication showed 
how far-flung are the lodges of the Grand Lodge of Scotland. 
Grand Lodge Officers were present from Nigeria, Trinidad and 
Tobago, Ghana, Thailand and Rhodesia. In addition, visitors were 
present from New Jersey and Belgium. 

The Immediate Past Grand Master of Belgium described the 
history of the close ties between his Grand Lodge and the Grand 
Lodge of Scotland. 

"Amongst the Lodges in our part when Masonry was propa- 
gated on the Continent, a certain number were founded by 
Scotsmen more than two centuries ago and they joined our first 
Provincial Grand Lodge in 1770 when the Marquis de Garre was 
installed as the first Grand Master in the Austrian Netherlands, 
and we will never forget that less than two centuries later Scottish 
members of the Craft supported those who tried to re-establish in 
Belgium the true tradition and the ancient regularity of Masonry 
universal. 

"You know that we are glad that we have been able to open 
in Brussels two Lodges on the roll of the Grand Lodge of Scotland 
and I am proud to be an Affiliate member of Lodge Wellington, 
No. 1385. Many members of Belgian Lodges are Affiliate members 
of those two Lodges and this interlinking is very important for 
mutual comprehension, for tolerance and for joint efforts to pro- 
pagate the high ideals of the Craft and to show the world what 
Freemasonry really is." 

The District Superintendent of the Grand Lodge in Peru told 
something more. 

"It will be a source of satisfaction to you. Most Worshipful 
Grand Master, to know that in the jurisdiction of Peru we have 



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operating in the remoteness of the Andes the highest Lodge in the 
world, at 12,250 ft., and to get to it many Brethren have to motor 
for hours on end over precarious mountain roads, such is their love 
for the Craft. It is a small Lodge, but a strong Lodge. We also have 
in Peru one of the oldest Lodges on the Pacific coast of South 
America, which is Peace and Concord, No. 445. It is over 100 
years old, young by standards here in Scotland, I appreciate, but 
old in South America, and, finally, our third Lodge, Lodge Unity, 
No. 1109. It is the only Lodge in South America to be operating 
with a tartan regalia." 

Although we raised the possibility (in our Review of Washing- 
ton) that the Lodge in Fairbanks, Alaska, may not be the most 
northerly, as the Brethren claim, we cannot think of any other 
possible contender as the highest. 

"My own Province is large in area, covering three counties, 
with nearly all the Lodges concentrated in one of those three 
counties. It is also large in numbers. At the present moment I 
have 129 Lodges, and we are going through a period, which I hope 
will continue, of fairly rapid expansion in that Province. Since I 
became Provincial Grand Master, seven years ago, I have never 
missed an opportunity of saying to the Brethren that I think many 
of the Lodges are far too large, and I seem to have seen something 
to the same effect in the remarks of your own Grand Master 
Mason on previous occasions here. I have been doing my best to 
persuade them to form new Lodges in order to take the best ad- 
vantage of the availability of Candidates and to enable Brethren 
to reach the Chair of the Lodge while they are still of an age to 
be of further use to the Province and to the Craft in general. 

"I have been consecrating several Lodges this year, and I have 
two more to do before Christmas, and by that time I shall have 
consecrated eight new Lodges in the Province during this year, so 
I think our problems, as I have said, are very similar. Some of the 
Lodges, especially in the more remote areas, are very set in their 
ways, and they carry on as they have done almost from time im- 
memorial, at any rate within the memory of the oldest Past Master, 
and once they are set in those ways it is awfully hard to get them 
out of them, and I am sure you find the same thing yourselves. 
But of one thing I have never been in any doubt, and that is of the 
great loyalty which my Lodges have to the Province and to the 
English Constitution, and so, I am sure, it is in this Constitution. 
I am quite sure that your Lodges all feel the same deep loyalty 
to their Province and to their Grand Master Mason, and long may 
that so continue. 

"One of the things which I have noticed in the Proceedings 
which have been sent to me is the term which you use for this 
occasion in which we are all taking part now. We have various 
names which we use. We call it the Banquet, or the After-Proceed- 
ings, or the Festive Board, and I am not quite sure which of those 
terms I dislike most, but the term which I have seen cropping up 



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several times in your Proceedings is the Harmony, and to me that 
sums up better than anything else the spirit which exists through- 
out Masonry. Whatever the differences in our working and in our 
customs, they all mean the same thing. The Ritual, after all, is 
only a means to an end, it is not the end in itself as so many 
Lodges seem to think. It is the means by which we bring Candi- 
dates into our midst and by which we endeavour to instil into 
them the principles in which we all believe in order that we 
should all unite in the grand design of being happy and communi- 
cating happiness." 

At the same November Quarterly Communication, Bro. Dr. 
Charles Pidoux. Past Senior Grand Warden of the National Grand 
Lodge of France, told of Freemasonry in the French-speaking parts 
of Africa. 

"Now allow me in my capacity as Deputy Designate Grand 
Master of our District in Africa to say a few words about regular 
Freemasonry in French-speaking countries in that part of the 
world. In 1968 our Grand Lodge had the opportunity of consecrat- 
ing Lodges in West Africa, the first one in Dakar, where we have 
now two Lodges, now two in Togoland and one in Dahomey, five 
Lodges in all, and the next Lodge in Togoland will be English- 
speaking under the French jurisdiction." 

The Grand Lodge held an open day, the third, which took 
place in Edinburgh in the form of a Divine Service in St. Giles 
Cathedral followed by afternoon tea in Freemasons' Hall. Tickets 
for the occasion were fully taken up. Sixteen hundred were present 
in the Cathedral, representing lodges throughout Scotland. 

Among the petitions for proposed new lodges was one from 
Topsail, Conception Bay South, Newfoundland, under the title 
Conception. The petition was granted and the number 1679 was 
assigned. The colour of the lodge clothing is royal blue. 

The Grand Master Mason was re-elected unanimously but in 
the Jurisdiction he is installed annually, at the Annual Communi- 
cation. 

The Festival of Saint Andrew followed the Annual Communi- 
cation. Bro. The Right Honourable Lord Swansea, Provincial 
Grand Master of South Wales, Eastern Division, proposed the toast 
to Grand Lodge. He gave some interesting details regarding 
Freemasonry in Wales and also made some solid observations on 
Freemasonry in general. 

The Grand Master Mason, in his reply, also stressed the need 
for small lodges. 

"You will be interested to know that the number of Intrants 
into Scottish Freemasonry has increased over the past year. It is 
now up to, in round figures, approximately, 9,400, approximately 



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150 up on the previous year. I hesitate to tell you the number of 
Lodges we have consecrated when I hear that Brother Lord 
Swansea in his Province of South Wales has consecrated eight 
Lodges. I hesitate to tell you that we have only consecrated seven, 
but it shows, I think, an interesting thing, that several of those 
Lodges were in fact in Scotland, and I would like to think that this 
is pointing the way to your remarks that you emphasised. Brother 
Lord Swansea, when you spoke on the size of the Lodges and the 
creation of more Lodges to give more opportunity and more par- 
ticipation rather than these big unwieldy units which are really 
getting totally impersonal." 

One paragraph in the The Grand Master Mason's remarks had 
a much wider application than to the Grand Lodge of Scotland 
alone and provides a fitting conclusion to this somewhat lengthy 
Review. 

"Now, Brethren, our task in 1974 is to ensure that when those 
pages of history are written, the name of Freemasonry will be 
prominent on the list of those who have brought light and succour 
to those who needed it in times of darkness and distress. And 
what a challenge. Brethren! Is it a challenge that makes you shake 
your heads in disbelief? or is it a challenge that makes you hold 
your heads a little higher as Freemasons ought? If you want 
guidance and leadership from your Grand Master Mason, I am 
going to tell you to hold your heads high, for whilst I spoke earlier 
of the sense of purpose that Grand Lodge has, I am now more 
than ever before confident that there is an awareness and an en- 
thusiasm right throughout the whole structure of our Scottish 
Craft from Grand Lodge to the Lodges and the individual mem- 
bers that compose them." 



SOUTH AUSTRALIA — 1973 

Half-yearly Communication — October 18, 1972. 
89th Annual Communication — April 18. 

Grand Master, 1964-72 — M.W. Bro. Rev. Canon W. R. Ray 

Grand Master, 1972-74 

M.W. Bro. The Hon. Mr. Justice Zelling, C.B.E. 

Lodges, 211. Membership, 21,402. Loss, 425. 

Eleven lodges celebrated jubilees during the year. Once again 
the loss figure was down being the lowest since 1964. Initiations 
were up and exceeded losses. 

The Grand Lodge maintains several "Cottage Homes and 
Flats" for "necessitous persons." Building commenced on another 
69 flats for 83 people. The Nursing Home which has 44 residents 
was given as a reference by the Department of Social Services to 



50 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

several other organizations which are planning similar develop- 
ment. The care of patients is of a very high order. 

In his address at the Half-yearly Communication, the Grand 
Master reported that he had prepared "a document containing 
material for the good of the Craft" which he planned to send to 
all Lodges. He did not expand on the contents. Further in his 
address he gave his opinion that Freemasonry "has leadership to 
give in two realms: first, in purity and decency of life, and 
secondly in being able to think steadily, morally and logically." He 
found the words of a proposed national anthem "God Bless 
Australia" particularly distasteful. The lyric starts "Here in the God 
given land of Australia." He pointed out that if God gave the 
land to anybody He gave it to the aborigines and the Australians 
had stolen it from them. 

The Grand Master concluded: 

"It is time therefore that those of us who believe wholeheart- 
edly in the Volume of the Sacred Law, as Freemasons do in a God 
who is a God of judgement as well as of mercy, and in a brother- 
hood of Freemasonry, which transcends national and colour bound- 
aries should stand up and be counted. 

"Clearly we can only do this by starting from the Volume of 
the Sacred Law and it is for that amongst other reasons that I 
have asked the Grand Chaplain, instead of the Grand Lecturer, to 
be the guest speaker this evening and he will be speaking on this 
subject of the Volume of the Sacred Law and the Craft. I com- 
mend to you what he has to say." 



SOUTH CAROLINA — 1973 

236th Annual Communication — April 26-27. 

Grand Master, 1970-72 — M.W. Bro. H. L. Middleton, Jr. 
Grand Master, 1972-74 — M.W. Bro. R. McC. Figg 

Lodges, 322. Membership, 67,683. Gain, 1,092. 

The Grand Lodge met in Emergent Communication six times. 
Four of the meetings were called to dedicate new Masonic Temples. 

For 32 years Cooper Lodge No. 282 has held a Special Com- 
munication "in Wing's Quarry, near Traveler's Rest." This year 
the M.M. Degree was conferred by participants in the work chosen 
from lodges in the District. Close to 1,000 attended. The Grand 
Master described the location as a most appropriate place for an 
outdoor communication "with its broad floor ringed by sheer cliffs 
approaching one hundred feet in height." 



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Between 1939 and 1973 Masonic Membership has quadrupled 
in South Carolina whereas 37 of 49 jurisdictions in the United 
States have shown decreases. The Grand Master developed the 
thoughts he had on the subject which he expressed last year. He 
also gave a clear explanation of the growth of Freemasonry in 
South Carolina. 

"The answer to membership problems will never lie in solici- 
tation of members. Masonry's best interests require that its mem- 
bers continue to come of their own free will and accord. Our aim 
is to make Masons, not merely to add numbers. 

"Measures to reduce absenteeism and the number of NPD 
erasures will contribute to the avoidance of net losses, but the 
basic solution of the problem must inevitably be found in the in- 
crease of the number of applicants who are raised each year. That 
this number has not kept pace with the increasing population may 
in large part be due to lack of contact with Masonry in the 
community. 

"Once asked why he became a Mason, George Washington 
said: 'My first desire to become a Mason was due to the fact that 
many of Virginia's noblest sons were members of the Fraternity.' 

"In the smaller communities Masonry and its active member- 
ship is as visible to the younger men coming of age as it was in 
Washington's day. For example, in South Carolina by far the 
greater number of our lodges are in small communities, suburban 
or rural. When the lodge has a Ladies Night banquet, virtually the 
whole adult community, and sometimes even the teen-agers, are 
in attendance. The young men coming of age not only know of 
Masonry — they have every reason to be drawn into its ranks. 

"The situation is different in the larger centers of population, 
and particularly in the vast metropolitan areas. Masonry's visibility 
tends to be submerged in the impersonality of urban living and the 
number of competing interests." 



SOUTH DAKOTA — 1973 

99th Annual Communication — June 12-13. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. F. L. Roe 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. L. Larson 

Lodges, 156. Membership, 16,094. Loss, 407. 

One of the duties of the Grand Historian as outlined in the 
resolution establishing the office in 1940 is to prepare biographies 
of Masons who have contributed liberally to Masonry in the State. 
This year the Grand Historian dealt with the first Master of the 
mother lodge of the Dakotas, the Rev. Bro. Melancthon Hoyt, In 



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two pages he gave a complete account of this pioneer Episcopal 
missionary and Mason, who made a great contribution in both 
fields of his interest. 

The Centennial Committee do not have much time but are 
well ahead with plans. These include the publication of a history 
of the Grand Lodge and a brief history of each Grand Master's 
year. The work was almost ready for the printer at the time of 
Grand Lodge. 

The Fraternal Reviews cover the Proceedings of only six 
Jurisdictions. It is gratifying to see that our Grand Lodge is in- 
cluded, with a comprehensive notice. 

The Grievances and Appeals Committee reported that nothing 
had been referred to them and that "Peace and harmony prevails 
throughout the Jurisdiction." 



SOUTHERN AFRICA — 1972/73 

Annual General Meeting — August 26, 1972. 

Grand Master, 1961-66 — M.W. Bro. C. Graham Botha 
Grand Master, 1966-76 — M.W. Bro. E. Conradie 

Lodges, 108. Membership, 4,428. Loss, 98. 

The Grand Master described the year as a period of consoli- 
dation rather than of spectacular advancement. As he said "It 
would seem that there has been a conscious effort not to get more 
men into Freemasonry but rather to get more Freemasonry into 
men. On the credit side we therefore find that Lodges have been 
far more selective in their choice of candidates, with the result that 
the quality of the new members admitted during the year has risen 
appreciably. There was a time, not so many years ago, when a man 
merely had to make the most tentative enquiries about Free- 
masonry to have an application form slipped into his hand. That 
time is fortunately past, and today great stress is laid by most 
Lodges on a proper enquiry into the antecedents of anybody who 
desires to become a member of the Order." 

The question of the apartheid laws of South Africa and Free- 
masonry almost certainly has run through the minds of many 
readers of these Reviews. The Grand Master gave a clear statement 
which should be recorded here. 

"During the year I was asked by one of our Provincial Grand 
Lodges to rule on what our attitude should be, bearing in mind the 
racial laws of South Africa, if a non-White Freemason, being a 
member in good standing of a Grand Lodge with which the Grand 



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Lodge of Southern Africa is in amity, requests permission to visit 
a Lodge working under the Grand Lodge of Southern Africa. 

"After consultation with an important Government official I 
gave the following ruling which I would like to quote in full be- 
cause it has presumably given rise to some misunderstanding in a 
few Lodges. My ruling was as follows: 

'If a non-White Freemason belonging to a Grand Lodge with 
which the Grand Lodge of Southern Africa is in amity re- 
quests admission to a Lodge working under the Grand Lodge 
of Southern Africa, he is to be made welcome and received 
in accordance with his rank, and before, during and after the 
meeting there is to be no differentiation whatsoever between 
the treatment he receives and that accorded to a White visitor.' 

"For some reason unknown to me one or two of our Lodges 
interpreted this directive as an order to Lodges to admit non-Whites 
to membership of the Lodge. I must point out that membership of 
any particular Lodge is something about which that Lodge, and 
nobody else, decides. It is therefore not within the competence of 
the Grand Master to order Lodges to admit non-Whites as mem- 
bers. This directive merely refers to visitors and in practice will 
normally apply to visiting non-White diplomats who are Masons." 

Two lodges were consecrated during the year and there are 
two U.D. 

In this Jurisdiction, the Provincial Grand Lodges, of which 
there are three, also hold annual meetings. 



TASMANIA — 1973 

82nd Annual Communication — February 24. 

Grand Master, 1968-71 — M.W. Bro. W. H. Hill 
Grand Master, 1971-74 — M.W. Bro. E. C. Gifford 

Lodges, 78. Membership, 8,225. Loss, 118. 

At the suggestion of the Grand Master, the Board of General 
Purposes issued a periodical Newsletter which has proved to be of 
interest to all members of the Craft. 

Since most of the books and pamphlets about the Craft, its 
history and its inner meaning are produced outside the Jurisdic- 
tion, the Grand Master commended W.M. Bro. K. G. Haines for 
writing a volume entitled "The Employment and Instruction of 
Brethren." 

The Standing Committee prepared a document on "The 
Nature of Freemasonry" which they submitted to the Board for 



54 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

approval. The recommendation that the material be printed on a 
durable card and sent to all members by lodge Secretaries was 
approved. 

The Standing Committee also proposed that a questionnaire 
be sent regularly to non-attending members. They suggested 
that the questionnaire be printed and sent with an addressed reply 
paid envelope. This is an idea not encountered before by this 
Reviewer. The proposal might bear discussion in other Jurisdictions 
or lodges. 



UTAH — 1973 

101st Annual Communication — January 29-30. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. R. E. Jones 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. H. S. Hammill 

Lodges, 31. Membership, 5,925. Loss, 118. 

The Grand Master was able to visit every lodge in his Juris- 
diction. He found great enthusiasm wherever he went. The high- 
lights of the year were the dedications of two new Masonic 
Temples. 

The Masonic Foundation of Utah was established forty-four 
\ears ago "to encourage charity, beneficence, education and 
philanthropy" etc. During the year the Directors contributed a 
total of $29,000.00 to "Youth and veterans", "Hospitals" and 
"Educational institutions". The net worth of the Foundation now 
stands at $535,000.00. It is interesting to note that one of the 
disbursements was for Federal income tax — $941.84. The Founda- 
tion is required by law to distribute all the net income after 
payment of taxes but is permitted to retain contributions and 
capital gain. 

VICTORIA (AUSTRALIA) — 1972 

Quarterly Communications, March 15, June 21, September 20, 
December 20. 

Grand Master, 1970-72 
M.W. Bro. Sir Lance Townsend, K.T., V.R.D., M.D. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 
M.W. Bro. His Honour Judge Clive Harris 

Lodges, 827. Membership, 97,883. Loss, 3,068. 

The Grand Master was installed at the March Quarterly Com- 
munication. In his address he asked the question "What is there 



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in Freemasonry for the modern man?" and added the answer could 
not be given as there was too much to be said. He did point out, 
however, that it offers different men different things. As he said: 

"On the highest plane Freemasonry has substance and meaning 
and a message for the man whose relationship to the G.A. of the 
U. is close and fervent. The humility and the hope which are given 
to us from listening to and understanding the spiritual message of 
Freemasonry help us put in proper perspective our priorities in 
this life. It is not a religion, but its teachings mesh with the teach- 
ings of all great religions. 

"Freemasonry satisfies the man of philosophical and intellec- 
tual habits. He can study the contents of the ritual, its origins, its 
allegories, and its counterparts in other areas of knowledge and 
never cease to wonder that its authors should contain so much 
wisdom within its bounds. 

"With a critical mind he can go further, and discover omis- 
sions, and contradictions, and generally exploit his critical faculty to 
his heart's content, and still be a good Freemason. 

"Again, Freemasonry appeals to the man who in this rather 
drab modern age appreciates a modicum of colour and pageantry. 
Do not dismiss lightly the visual appeal of our ceremonial. It looks 
dreadful when done poorly. It is virtually unique in this modern 
age when done superbly." 



WASHINGTON — 1973 

116th Annual Communication — June 19-21. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. B. P. Horn 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. T. H. Craig 

Lodges, 286. Membership, 57,026. Loss, 1,219. 

Only six lodges were not represented at the Annual Communi- 
cation and one of these is in Skagway, Alaska. 

The Grand Officers were assigned special duties and topics 
to discuss during the year. The programme worked well. Included 
in the many topics discussed were "Sojourners, Standards of the 
Craft, Investigation of Petitioners and Examination of Visitors." 

As the Grand Master travelled around the States of Washing- 
ton and Alaska, he was gratified to see the large numbers of young 
men becoming Masons and taking part in the lodges. 

The Grand Lodge for many years has taken a great interest 
in the public schools of the State. Now, the Grand Master thinks 
that the Grand Lodge should adopt enabling legislation which 



56 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

would make it possible to accept and dispense funds for scholar- 
ships. 

The Grand Master and his party spent 16 days visiting the 
lodges in Alaska. The Brethren of Tanana Lodge No. 162, at 
Fairbanks, "as the farthest North Masonic Lodge in the world." 
They may well be right. However, it should be noted that Fair- 
banks is just below the Arctic circle. In Norway, Tromso and Bodo, 
both with populations larger than that of Fairbanks, lie above the 
Arctic Circle and may possess lodges. Unfortunately, we do not 
receive the Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Norway. They 
would show the most northerly lodge in that Jurisdiction. Certainly 
Fairbanks is further north than Dawson City, the best Canadian 
claimant. 

In 1961, when M.W. Bro. W. J. Dunlop reviewed the Proceed- 
ings of the Grand Lodge of Washington, he referred most favour- 
ably on the Reviews written by M.W. Bro. F. Winkels (P.G.M.). In 
the following year the present Reviewer wrote in the same vein. 
M.W. Bro. Winkels is still reporting on "the Reviews of the Pro- 
ceedings of Frater Jurisdictions" and expressing views which would 
have pleased M.W. Bro. Dunlop. The following paragraphs cannot 
be gainsaid. 

"The herd instincts of humanity, which seem to yearn for 
something outside themselves, often turn to the unknown and the 
untried and, therefore, the greatest challenge we face today is not 
the loss in membership but, rather, the effects of a misdirected, 
uninformed enthusiasm for innovation to cope with ever-recurring 
change. 

"How can Freemasonry meet this challenge? Is it possible 
that the basic principles and teachings of Freemasonry are wrong 
and should be changed? History shows us that there are periods 
of change and adjustment and we are passing through such a 
period. History also shows us that it is the outward forms which 
change but the basic time-tested principles and truths remain firmly 
established. 

"No thinking person can ever conceive that the everlasting 
belief in God, the immortality of the soul and the brotherhood of 
man can ever become outmoded, cast aside or lose their appeal 
to good men, to thinking men, be they Masons or not." 



WEST VIRGINIA — 1973 

109th Annual Communication — October 8-9. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. C. C. Ferrell 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. E. A. Marshall 

Lodges, 160. Membership, 45,752. Loss, 291. 



FRATERNAL CORRESPONDEf ^CE 57 

X, ^''- °o'JV\^^''^^T "^^ ^r^^^^. ""f^ of our space to the 
Masonic Scholarship Endowment Trust, set ^p jj^ ^969 to provide 
scholarships for needy students of promis*'^ ;„ ^^^ ^^^^^ universities 
°^ y^f^n)^^'^'^'^-- ^^l principal of t ^^ ^^^^^^ j^^^ ^^^ ^-^^^ 
to $722,000. During the year 108 s' ^^^^^^^ ^ere assisted with 
amounts ranging from $75 to $400. gj^ce West Virginia, by the 
1970 census, had a population of o^ j 1,744,000 the project must 
be called a spectacular success. 

The Masonic Home establi ^^ed by a generous bequest in 1921 
has been supported generousW^ ^^^j. t^e years. The year saw many 
improvements and repairs, -phe population, however, declined 
from 56 to 50. 

In concluding hi-^ address, the Grand Master showed clearly 
where he and his Jurisdiction stand. 

rrom ou^. travels in other jurisdictions we have been most 
deeply impre ..^g^ ^y ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^j. Rj^ual and our Laws are the 
closest to Qyj. Ancient Craft as any Grand Lodge in North 
Amenca. j^ j^ altogether proper that this should be so. Our 
Masor^j(> Constitution has long limited the authority of even our 
^rfjid Lodge to adherence to the Ancient usages and Customs of 
^ jC Craft. Our Masonic Ritual has not changed in any particular 
since it was first approved by our Grand Lodge. Our Laws of 
Masonry in their present form are brilliantly adapted to protect 
and preserve it for us. Many Grand Jurisdictions have lost much 
which we require and when their leaders visit our shores they 
mourn this loss. 

"Let us, therefore, my Brethren beware of laying hasty hands 
upon our laws or our work. Let us preserve, protect and defend 
this precious heritage which is rapidly becoming unique, so that 
those who come after us may say as we now say, 'They were great 
Masons and great Men'." 



WESTERN AUSTRALIA — 1973 

Regular Communications — April 26, October 31. 

Grand Master, 1969-72 — M.W. Bro. R.A. Teasdale 
Grand Master, 1972-74 — M.W. Bro. J. E. V. Murdoch 

Lodges, 310. Membership, 18,732. Loss, 235. 

Since the inception of the Grand Lodge the cost of the admini- 
stration of the Widows, Orphans and Aged Freemasons' Fund has 
been absorbed by the General Fund of Grand Lodge. This con- 



58 GRAND LODGE OF CANADA 

tributed to a very great degree to the success of the Fund and 
enabled the Board of Management to carry out its objects. 

When the Fund was first set up its main object was the 
granting of annuities to and relieving of distress of widows and 
orphans at a time in history when little if any provision for their 
welfare was available in the form of Government assistance. 

Approximately ten years ago with the great change in the 
social structure of the whole community it was seen that this form 
of assistance was losing its urgency and a need for housing for 
the aged was becoming more pressing. The Board, therefore, em- 
barked on a scheme to provide low cost housing for elderly Free- 
masons and widows. To-date 144 people are accommodated in 
cottages which have been provided from the Fund. 

The Grand Lodge approved provision of housing for a 
further 34. 



Although the question of the use of recorded music during 
Degrees now and then appears in the Proceedings of some Grand 
Lodges in the United States, it has now arisen in Western Australia. 
The Board held a special meeting to deal with the subject. The 
Grand Director of Music coopted a number of Brethren, including 
organists to supply vocal support of the Odes. 

"Lodges have already been advised that the Board has given 
approval for taped Masonic Music to be played for the Three 
Degrees. The Board wishes to stress that taped Masonic Music is 
not to replace an organist in any way. The purpose of taped 
Masonic Music is to provide music for ceremonial workings in 
Lodges that do not have an organ or organist." 

The Board has now given its approval for a lecture on the 
Third Degree Tracing Board. The Ritual and Ceremonial Com- 
mittee carried out much research before final approval was given 
for the lecture to be included in the Ritual. 

The Grand Master concluded his address with a statement 
with which we must all agree: 

"In the turbulence of life today, it is becoming more and 
more evident that the great principles for which Freemasonry 
stands are being tested. It is not enough that in the Lodge Room or 
amongst Freemasons a bond of brotherhood should exist. It is the 
mission of the Craft so to spread the gospel of human kinship that 
all the World will acknowledge the benefit of living in amity and 
concord." 



FRATERNAL CORRESPONDENCE 59 

WYOMING — 1973 

99th Annual Communication — August 27-28. 

Grand Master, 1972-73 — M.W. Bro. W. F. Messenger 
Grand Master, 1973-74 — M.W. Bro. P. S. Woodward 

Lodges, 55. Membership, 11,509. Loss, 255. 

Since Grand Masters who are employed cannot find time to 
visit all 55 lodges in the Jurisdiction a new system was tried. The 
next four officers in line visited approximately a quarter of the 
lodges. Thus on installation each Grand Master will have visited 
every lodge while holding one of the lower offices. 

Among the 19 Special dispensations were two for outdoor 
meetings. Five were for attending church services. 

The Centennial History Committee is getting on well with the 
publication of a history of the Grand Lodge, at a cost of approxi- 
mately $12,000. In addition, a shortened souvenir history is 
planned. 

The Centennial Activities Committee has produced an antique 
bronze medallion "in a unique and well-executed design" to com- 
memorate the 100th anniversary of the Grand Lodge. More than 
3,000 of the 5,000 have been sent to lodges. The Committee at the 
time of reporting had recovered all costs. They plan to issue a 
limited, numbered edition in sterling silver in 1974. The silver 
issue will cost $12.00 each. The lower numbers will be drawn by 
lot. In 1971 we reported on the manufacture of 750 beaded 
buckskin miniature Masonic aprons and 300 "medicine" pouches 
for the ladies at the centennial banquet. The Chairman of the Com- 
mittee assured Grand Lodge that the contract would be completed. 
The Committee has been busy for some years. 



APPENDIX «D" 

ADDRESS BY M.W. BRO. FORREST D. HAGGARD 

AT THE 

GRAND MASTER'S BANQUET 

Held In The Canadian Room 

Royal York Hotel, Toronto Ontario 

JULY 17th, 1974 

THE GRAND MASTER; I should like now if Most 
Worshipful Brother William L. Wright would introduce our guest 
speaker. 

M.W. BRO. WILLIAM L. WRIGHT: 

Most Worshipful Grand Master, Distinguished Guests and 
Brethren, during the past 30 years it has been my good fortune 
to attend the Grand Master's Banquet which has always proved 
the highlight of each Annual Communication. With the exception 
of two occasions we have been honoured during that time in 
having outstanding speakers from the United States of America, 
Canada and Overseas. The addresses on the two occasions to 
which I have made reference were very mediocre. To paraphrase 
V. Wor. Bro. Wallace McLeod's remark in his report on the 
Library Committee this morning I would say that those two other 
speakers were less precious and ranged from the empty to the 
fantastic, their names in charity we veil. I am privileged this 
evening to introduce one whose gifts, zeal and dedication have 
been widely proclaimed throughout North America. I refer to 
Most Wor. Bro. Forrest D. Haggard, the Grand Master of The 
Grand Lodge of Kansas. A native of Nebraska, he received his 
primary and secondary education in Nebraska and Colorado. 
A graduate of Phillips University in Arts and Divinity, he also 
possesses a Masters Degree from the University of Missouri. His 
distinguished academic background has been matched by his intense 
devotion to Freemasonry. I mention only a few of Bro. Haggard's 
Masonic accomplishments. He was made a Mason in Oklahoma in 
1946, and in due course was Master and Charter Master of his 
Lodge in 1965/66 and later received the honour of Past Grand 
Master of Oklahoma. In Grand Lodge, Bro. Haggard has accepted 
additional responsibilities serving faithfully on numerous com- 
mittees and accepting Masonic opportunities by becoming Grand 
Chaplain, Chairman of the Committee on Church Lodge relations 
and as a member of the Committee on Masonic Education. He 
is a representative near the Grand Lodge of Israel for the Grand 
Lodge of Kansas. He's also associated with other Masonic bodies 
including the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite and is an 
honorary thirty-third degree Mason. 



2 APPEiNDIX "D" 

Bro. Haggard is the author of many Masonic articles, but his 
book "The Clergy and the Craft" is most enlightening and helpful. 
The research involved is symptomatic of his personal and un- 
wavering fidelity in the composition of this widely acclaimed 
work. Our distinguished guest is Pastor of the Christian Church in 
Overland Park, Kansas. I don't altogether relish the term 
"successful minister" but when I learned that in 1953 when his 
congregation was meeting in a theatre with an average attendance 
of thirty, and that today three identical worship services are held 
each Sunday morning with a congregation of 1700, I ask myself, 
where have I been in the past forty-eight years. His community 
interests are legion and l"m especially impressed by the mag- 
nificent contribution he has made and is making to the Boy 
Scout movement. Tonight we welcome a distinguished repre- 
sentative of the Church and Masonic Fraternity and give recog- 
nition to his versatility and indefatigable zeal by affectionately 
designating him an ecclesiastical all-rounder. Brethren I am 
honoured in introducing to you Most Wor. Bro. Forrest D. 
Haggard, The Grand Master, The Grand Lodge of Kansas. 

M.W. BRO. FORREST D. HAGGARD: 

Most Worshipful and Bishop Wright. That's the first time 
I've ever been introduced by a streaker (as you were called by 
one of your own here) in my life time and I appreciate it. It was 
a great introduction. My wife said to remind you Brethren that a 
good introduction, in case I received one, was like perfume, 
you're supposed to inhale it but don't swallow it, — and that's 
true, (laughter). Most Worshipful Grand Master, members of your 
Grand Lodge, Most Worshipful Grand Masters, reigning and past, 
distinguished guests and brother Masons all, I've heard myself 
called "an outstanding speaker" several times in this Grand Lodge 
session. That is difficult to take because I hear myself quite often. 
I appreciated the good advice of a rural Preacher in Kansas who 
was designated "Preacher of the Year". I knew him for many 
years. He was hesitant and easily embarrassed and not sophisti- 
cated. But as I saw him receive the reward in an International 
gathering, he was poised and articulate. I spoke to him afterwards 
and congratulated him on his ability to remain calm in the face 
of a magnificent affair. He said "my 16 year old son helped me". 
He came to me and said, "Dad, are they going to introduce you 
like that everywhere." I said "yes", and he said, "well Dad I'll 
tell you what, you ought to enjoy it but don't try to live up to it." 
That's the only way I've gotten by today is to enjoy it but not to 
live up to it. It's the first time I've been in Canada to speak. I 
speak a lot of places for the first time (laughter). I was at a 
Rose Croix meeting in Guthrie, Oklahoma, and I spoke before 
a banquet of men, an excellent occasion, and when I finished, 
the trustees of the Chapter met over in the corner and as I left, 
they gave me a gold watch, (now you know, no example intended 
or anything, just a reminder). I appreciated it and enjoyed it, and 
it was a case watch and very rare, and I was glad to have it, 



APPENDIX "D" 3 

but when I got home I noticed that it hadn't ticked; in fact, it 
didn't keep time at all, so I took it down to the local jeweller, 
and had him look at it. He got on his little stool and put his 
thing on his eye glass and took off the back of the watch and 
looked in it and reached over and got his tweezers and picked 
out something and it was a little piece of tissue paper. He unrolled 
it and looked at it and handed it to me and it said "if you ever 
come back here again we'll give you the works." 
(laughter). 

I hope to communicate to you tonight. Commvmication is 
difficult, although not as much as I thought it might be. I have 
learned that we have many things in common as I've spent time 
up and down the hallways listening to you. We have had an ex- 
cellent visit here and I'd be remiss not to say thank you on 
behalf of myself, my wife, and I have a 12 year old daughter 
with me and another 12 year old friend with her, and we've 
enjoyed your hospitality, that was planned, and we've had a lot of 
unplanned hospitality. Last night as my wife and I made our way 
from the lobby we just wandered up and down the halls getting 
to our room and after about the third or fifth hallway my wife 
said "those men sure are good spirited," and I said, "j'es they are 
full of good spirits." But I felt very much at home and very 
much at ease. We have many things in common. 

I hope I communicate what I have to say in a language you 
understand. I hope that you comprehend my Kansas accent, and 
forgive me for it. This is a beautiful hotel. I enjoyed the 
chandelier out here in the lobby. I was reminded of a time I 
preached in a Congregational Church. One of the Pastors of that 
congregation told me a story which he said was true. (I don't 
believe most Preachers' stories and I'm sure this wasn't the truth 
either), but he said that he had a good job and he'd enjoyed the 
congregation and they loved him and he loved them, especially 
the Clerk of the Board, and they were good friends together, 
they hunted together and all that, but he said the Church was 
abominable as far as having illumination enough for an evening 
service. You couldn't see to read the hymnal. You couldn't see 
to read the Bible and finally in a session one evening he said, 
I'd like to ask something. I haven't asked much since I've been 
here as a Pastor, but I'd like to have you buy a new chandelier. 
They talked about it and finally the Clerk stood up and said, I'm 
against it. And they voted it down. Later on that evening, the 
preacher saw the Clerk and said "Charlie, I don't understand 
that at all. You and I have been friends for a long time and 
that's the first time that you have really ever been against me 
and I'd like to know why". And Charlie said, "Well young man, 
I'd like to tell you something about that Chandelier you wanted. 
In the first place we can't afford it, in the second place if we 
bought it we don't have anybody that could play it (laughter) and 
in the third place what we really need around here are some 
better light fixtures." Oaughter). I have that trouble with com- 



4 APPENDIX "D" 

munication at home and away from home and everywhere else. 
A lot of the problems I get involved in, in Lodge have to do 
with communication. 

I want to give you a personal witness tonight. I want to 
witness to what I believe about Freemasonry and why. I am 
qualified for that and so are you, for yourselves, and the group 
of people with whom you communicate. In 1916 Robert Frost 
said "Two roads diverged in a yellow wood and sorry I could 
not travel both and be one traveller, long I stood and looked 
down one as far as I could to where it bent in the undergrowth, 
then took the other just as fair and having perhaps the better 
claim because it was grassy and wanted wear, though as for that 
the passing there had worn them equally about the same and 
both that morning equally lay in leaves no step had trodden flat. 
On I kept the first for another day yet knowing how way leads 
onto way I doubted if I should ever come back. I shall be telling 
this with a sigh somewhere ages and ages hence, two woods 
diverged in a wood and I, I took and one less travelled by, and 
that has made all the difference." 

I took a road in Freemasonry, a long time ago, 28 years, 
and I'm still an active Freemason and I spend a lot of time at it 
and I'd like to tell you why. I don't want to spend a lot of time 
to tell you about the kind of world in which I live, because you 
and I live in the same world. It has a lot of problems and I hear a 
lot of gloomy news about it. I know it has a lot of problems, I 
Uve with its problems day in and day out. I'm 50 years of age, 
the experts tell me that I'm in the minority, that over 90% 
of the world is younger than I am, and, therefore, I don't under- 
stand the world at all; 25% of all the people that have ever 
lived on the earth are alive today and that is part of our problem. 
It certainly has affected this part of the country. I drove through 
here 27 years ago in an old pickup truck with my bride of one 
year. I had long hair and wore a bandana around my head, 
camped out. We came up through the eastern coast and came 
over in Canada and all the way down and went back down 
through Nebraska and Oklahoma to home. There was nobody 
living here then. I hadn't been back that route until I came up 
this time. We never did get out of a city. 

From Jesus Christ to Columbus, they tell me that in that 15 
hundred jears we reached 500 million people on this earth. From 
Columbus to 1850, that 350 years, we reached one billion, from 
1850 to 1925, that's 75 years, we reached two bilhon, from 1925 
to 1960, that's 35 years, we reached three billion, from 1960 to 
1975, that's 15 years, we'll reach four billion and at the present 
rate from 1975 to 1980, we'll reach five billion. That's a lot of 
people. We live in a very explosive world, where factors and 
causes build up and create all kinds of havoc for us. We talk about 
jet lag and I get some kind of feeling for travelling across time 
distance and I do a lot of travelling around the world and I get 
caught in a time lag as that, but I'm more caught up in the huge 



APPENDIX "D" 5 

amount of shock involved in just the change in today's world, 
the structural change. They don't happen suddenly, they don't 
just happen by chance, they're the result of many factors that 
build up and just explode around us. I think of an illustration 
I read in The Changing Earth, The Green World, the little story 
about a cow on Shaeffers Ranch in North California on April 
18th in 1906 at 5:13 a.m. That good old cow walked from the 
milk barn out to the pasture and in three seconds time dis- 
appeared, just her tail sticking up out of the ground because the 
earth had opened up and swallowed her, bang, had an earth- 
quake, didn't just happen, it took a long time for that to build 
up. All kinds of earthquakes build up. I buried a man before I 
came here. He had been 50 years' a Mason. When he grew up as a 
boy he had the same kind of transportation that Julius Caesar had. 
He had the same kind of communication that they had in the mid- 
dle ages. In his lifetime we had radio, air conditioning and T.V. 
and computers and assembly lines and atomic energy and 93% 
of all the information the world ever had came about in his life- 
time. I marvelled at the ability he had to stay alive as a human 
being, and he had it. That's shock that involves us and it involves 
Freemasonry. And I ask myself if I were 18 or 19 years old 
today (and in my jurisdiction you can petition for Masonry when 
you're 18) would I be interested in the Lodge? They tell me its 
impossible but I try to look at Freemasonry through the eyes of a 
young adult and ask myself what do I really see. Is there anything 
in it for me as a young adult today. Is there something there that's 
worthwhile in a world that's so difficult and traumatic and I say 
there is and the young adults in the area where I live are begin- 
ning to say there is! For I've watched the change become apparent 
in the lives of young adults today. I deal with hundreds of them 
every week, they are starting to move into real fundamental 
issues of life and ask important questions about it. I think 
Masonry has something to offer now. What I have to say is 
designed for you, not for somebody else and I assume (and I 
know what the word assume means, it makes an ass out of you 
and me if you assume too much), but I assume, at least, that 
you are the cream of the crop. The active people in Freemasonry 
in this great Jurisdiction and you are a great jurisdiction and 
you have the best public relations Officer in Kansas that you 
could ever have in Ben Graybill; that's all I've ever heard, if 
I want to get to a great Grand Lodge, I want to come to this one 
and you are right, it is! And I assume that the people here are 
the kind of people that understand and ought to understand what 
it is that makes Masomy tick and keep it alive and growing. I've 
kept a careful chart of Freemasonry in my Jurisdiction and 
we've had a sharp decline in numbers. But I make a prediction 
based on what I know, that before the Grand Lodge line of which 
I'm Grand Master at this time, before the Senior Deacon gets up 
to be Grand Master that curve will begin to rise, because Free- 
masonry has inherent in it that which is important in the build- 
ing and changing of the world in which we live, that's ours if you 
want to use it. And I want to lay it on you to use it tonight. 



6 APPENDIX "D" 

A long time ago a man said give me a place to stand and 
I can move the world. His name was Archimedes, he ought to 
have been a Mason. He knew the real principles of geometr)', if I 
have a place to stand and if I have a lever long enough and if I 
have a hard place, a fulcrum, give me a place outside the earth. 
I can as one human being move the planet earth. And I think 
Freemasonry offers that today. It has a place to stand, a place to 
stand in trust in God, faith in the eternal, real faith, I don't 
mean belief, I mean faith, there's a difference. Now I'll get into 
theology and the Archbishop will wipe me out. I have a lot of 
people say they believe in God, but that doesn't mean anything 
intellectually, I'm talking about the kind of man who puts his 
faith in God, really trusts his life with him, assumes His being, 
understands that God's going to win, that's it! He stakes, he 
gambles on it. God is present and God will win! The other day 
our local paper had a large write up on Evel Knievel, the motor 
cyclist who was going to jump, or try to jump snake River 
Canyon. My neighbour whose an inspector for the F.B.I, said, 
"do you beheve he can do it" and I said, "John, I believe he can" 
and then I laughed and he said whats the matter and I said "I 
believe he can but I don't have faith, I wouldn't ride with him", 
(laughter) Thats what I mean by the difference between belief 
and faith. I wouldn't go with him if he went. But I think Masonry 
believes that God knows whats going on and we put our faith in it. 
The kind of man that keeps Masonry alive is the kind of man 
that young adults are looking for today, if he puts his faith in the 
eternal, rides with Him. A lot of people in the world don't 
have that today. I got off the plane in Kansas City and as I 
went out by the place where they receive the packages and I 
saw a beautiful English bird dog, we have them at home and we 
hunt, and I said "gosh thats a beautiful English setter, where's it 
going", and the porter shook his head and said "you don't know 
where he's going, I don't know where he's going and he don't 
know where he's going cause he chewed up his own shipping 
tags", (laughter) A lot of people have chewed up their own 
shipping tags and you know it. Now, I think and still believe that 
Freemasonry offers a man a place to stand, faith in God which 
means he knows the direction of the Universe, faith in himself as 
a human being, he trusts himself, he tnists his own integrity. 
There's a great study by a Canadian on young adults, its called 
"Faith and Identity in Young Adults in Todays World", its just 
published recently in Canada and I want to read a statement 
from that book that sums up what I think is important. "An 
increasing maturity on the part of our young people demands 
teaching forms of creativity not just the assimilation of informa- 
tion. Young adults today are not interested in just assimilating in- 
formation, they are interested in the opportunity to be creative with 
that information and to use it." Thats the truth. I have faith in 
young adults today, I hope, you know you don't judge them by 
their outward appearance, its pretty dangerous to judge things 
by the outer package. I have three boys, one 24 and two 20 and 
sometimes their outer appearance is kind of rough and I see the 



APPENDIX "D" 7 

picture of their old man when he was about that age too, and 
I don't think I'd ever trust him with anything. I hope that your 
faith in young adults is not prejudiced by their outward ap- 
pearance. I warn you about outside appearances. Be very careful. 
I have a great deal of faith today. I think thats the place to stand, 
not in suspicion, not in misjudgement, but in faith and trust in 
our Universe, in human beings. 

We have a hard rock to use for a fulcrum in Freemasonry 
if we want to use it and I call it our sense of fraternity. Thats the 
Fulcrum! The sense of our being one people, everywhere you go. 
We have trouble with it in my jurisdiction. The average person 
in my jurisdiction out in Central Kansas thinks that every 
Mason is white, a Methodist and a farmer. He just assumes that. 
We have a lot of Methodists, no Anglicans out there, a lot of 
Methodists. He doesn't really understand, I don't think, that 
Freemasonry is Universal but thats the hard rock of our being 
and don't forget it. The universality of what we have. You have 
to travel to understand it, you have to assume it and I felt that 
here, I don't know why but, when I understand and I com- 
municate with another Freemason 1 have a sense of trust with 
that person and a sense of affinity with that person and I com- 
prehend that Fraternity to be the hard rock, the Fulcrum on 
which I lever things into being. One hot afternoon I got off a 
plane at a Middle East Airport we had come from a city where 
there had been a machine gunning and we'd been locked up in 
the airport there for many many hours and finally free and 
searched, body searched and luggage searched and self searched 
and researched until I didn't think there was anything left of me or 
my luggage. I had a party of about 18 Freemasons with me and 
we were enjoying a fraternal trip. The young man as we came off 
the plane who had a sub machine gun cradled in his arms with 
his finger on the trigger pointed at everybody that came off, I 
was used to that by then, you know I just assumed that I was 
going to die, said my prayers a half a dozen times and had been 
blessed by everybody I could think of, but he said, as I walked by 
him, "Doctor Haggard, please go to the Customs Office." And I 
just kept walking, I had never seen him before and I knew he'd 
never seen me before but I knew he had seen my picture some- 
where. I walked into the customs office and the officer in charge, 
said Doctor Haggard, you and your party of Masons please go out 
and pick up your luggage off the ramp where they are unloading 
it, we've arranged for you to be escorted through here and 
around customs and on your way. As we came through customs 
the Master of a local Lodge met me. He was as dark-skinned as I 
am white. He claimed to be an ancient Druid in his religion. 
He was as gracious as he could be. Through his introduction, I 
met Masters of Lodges who politically, religiously, culturally, 
racially, were entirely separated from me, yet we were joined by 
one thing. We never knew each other before. We'll probably never 
see each other again, but we were Freemasons. That's Fraternity, 
and thats the hard rock and if you lose it, I think we're through. 



8 APPENDIX "D ' 

You need a lever if you're going to move and the lever in 
Freemasonry is called charity, or service. I hope you do a better 
job of it than we do at home. I think most of our people are 
born with a silver spoon in their mouth and they haven't stirred 
since. I had a letter from a local Lodge that had a brother in 
distress, what was Grand Lodge going to do to him, and I wrote 
him quite a warm response, 1 hoped they understood, but thev 
didn't understand, they came back again. They "hoped" that I 
would do something about the brother that needed help. Hope! 
they hoped that somebody would do something, hope is a, hope 
is an elephant with his tail tied to a daisy hanging over a steep 
cliff, thats what hope is. There isn't anybody to do it, if you 
don't do it yourself. The lever of service, to really get something 
done, the lever of chaj'ity. Lodges that are alive in our com- 
munity not only have a place to stand in their faith in human 
beings, not only understand that Freemasonry is universal and 
have a deep sense of fraternity but they do something, they serve 
their community, they serve each other, they do not just serve 
themselves. They take care not of only themselves, but others, and 
they do it anonymously, but they get it done and it doesn't stay 
anonymous. I've heard story after story of the Lodges in our 
community that are alive, they didn't really understand why they 
are alive until we researched it back and found out that they 
are alive because they are engaged in the business in which 
we're about, which is service. To serve somebody. Anytime you 
tell me that you have nothing to do in your community and there's 
nothing to be done, then I know your stupid, or blind, or ignorant 
or you don't live there, or you don't want to do anything. I think 
service, the lever of service, is the one real leverage we have in 
the earth. And I have ledges that are dead in my jurisdiction and 
they are dead because they refuse to serve anybody but them- 
selves, they have become selfish; Ingrown! I have lodges that 
are alive because they actually are working with somebody and 
therefore save themselves. I met a stranger in the night whose 
light had ceased to shine. I paused and I let him light his lamp 
from mine. A tempest came and shook the world about and when 
the storm had died, my lamp was out. But back to me this 
brother came his lamp was glowing fine, he lifed up his precious 
flame and from it lighted mine. 

You can move the world, you have a place to stand in faith, 
you have a hard rock in which to put a lever which is called 
fraternity and you have a lever that's called service and all you 
need then really to get the job done is for the man to stand 
there and do it and that's where you come in. Thank you. 
Applause. 

Appreciation: R.W. BRO. ERIC NANCEKIVELL. 

Most Wor. Bro. Forrest Haggard — on behalf of the Grand 
Master, Officers, members and guests of this Grand Lodge of 
Canada in the Province of Ontario may I express to you our 



APPENDIX "D" 9 

sincere appreciation for coming here tonight and giving us this 
superb address. We are led to expect in this Grand Jurisdiction 
an outstanding speaker each year, but tonight we have heard a 
speaker of exceptional quality, of great current Masonic interest 
and highly entertaining. I have had the opportunity of reading 
"The Clergy and the Craft", written by our guest speaker, and I 
would heartily recommend it, I almost prescribe but its not that 
kind of a book, for any member here this evening, it is most thor- 
oughly researched and is written as only an ordained Minister 
could do. I also read your itinerary in Most Wor. Bro. Ben Gray- 
bill's excellent publication "The Kansas Mason" and how one man 
can accomplish so much in a given time is almost beyond com- 
prehension. To use a familiar expression, its enough to scare the 
pants of any Deputy Grand Master or any other one aspiring 
to the position of Grand Master. Kansas must indeed be proud of 
you, and we in this Grand Jurisdiction are most proud and hon- 
oured to have had you as our guest speaker on this occasion. It 
is said with a few simple words, but it embodies a great deal 
of respect and admiration and sincere appreciation when I say 
thank you so much. 



INDEX TO PROCEEDINGS — 1974 



Addresses of Board Members 214 

Address of Guest Speaker, Forrest D. Haggard Appendix "D" 

Addresses of Lodge Secretaries 168-179 

Address of M.W. the Grand Master 38 

Addresses of Grand Rep's and Grand Secy's 224, 227, 230 

Advisory Committee on Lodge Buildings, Report of 132 

Annual Communication of G.L. when and where held 3 

Annual Communication of G.L. Lodges represented 6 

Appendix to Grand Master's Address 52-54 

Appointment of Committee on Grand Master's Address .... 54 

Appointment of Grand Lodge Officers 139 

Appointment of Members of Board of General Purposes .... 139 

Appointment of Scrutineers 89 

Audit and Finance, Report of Board on 120 

Auditor, Report of 70 

Benevolence, Report of Board on 97 

Biography of Grand Master 1 

Blood Donors' Committee, Report of 107 

Board of General Purposes — 

Appointment of Members 139 

Committee of 216 

Election of Members 131 

List of Members 214 

Post Office Address of Members 214 

Centennial Celebrations 54 

Committees 216 

Condition of Masonry, Report of Board on 114 

Constitution and Laws, Report on 91 

Credentials, Report of Committee on 130 

Deaths 198 

Deceased Brethren, Report of Board on 55 

Dedication of Lodge Premises 47 

Delegates Registered 6 

Disposal of Notices of Motion 137 

Distinguished Guests, Reception of 34 

District Deputy Grand Master, Election of 138 

District Deputy Grand Masters, List of 138, 211, 214 

District Deputy Grand Masters, Reports of 90 

Districts, List of Lodges by 180 

Election of District Deputy Grand Masters 138 

Election of Grand Lodge Officers 131 

Especial Communications 47 

Estimates of Receipts and Expenditures for the year ending 

April 30, 1975 122 

Expulsions 209 

Foreign Grand Lodges, Rep's and Secy's 224, 227, 230 

Foundation, Report on Masonic 93 

Fraternal Correspondence 90 and Appendix 

Fraternal Relations, Report on 90 



INDEX 2 

Grand Chaplain, Appointment of 139 

Grand Chaplain, Report of 124 

Grand Lodge, Closing of 142 

Grand Lodge, Especial Communications of 47 

Grand Lodge, Opening of 3 

Grand Lodge, Second Day 130 

Grand Lodge Officers, List of 211 

Grand Master's Address 38 

Grand Master's Address, Report of Committee on 134 

Grand Master's Banquet, Address Appendix "D" 

Grand Representatives, Appointment of 46 

Grand Representatives, List of 227, 230 

Grand Representatives Present at Annual Communication . 3 

Grand Representatives Received 70 

Grand Secertaries, Foreign Grand Lodges 224 

Grand Secretary, Report of 87 

Grand Treasurer, Report of 71 

Grievances and Appeals, Report of Board on 128 

Guests Speak 141 

Guests, Introduction of 34 

Haggard, Forrest D., Address by Appendix "D" 

Honorary Members of Board 215 

Honorary Members of this Grand Lodge 222 

Honorary Rank 134 

In Memoriam Pages 57 

Installation of Grand Lodge Officers 138 

Investments, General Fund 79 

Investments, Memorial Fund 86 

Investments, Semi-Centennial Fund 86 

Lapel Buttons Awarded 48 

Library, Report of Committee 110 

Lodge Buildings, Report of Advisory Committee on 132 

Lodges, Alphabetically 188 

Lodges by District 180 

Lodges by Location 193 

Lodges Represented at Annual Communication 6 

Lodges. Returns of 144 

Lodge Premises Dedicated 47 

Masonic Education, Report of Board on 101 

Masonic Foundation, Report on 93 

Medals Awarded 48 

Members Present at Annual Communication 6 

Memorial Pages 57 

Memorial Service 69 

Minutes of Previous Communication Confirmed 37 

Nominations of District Deputy Grand Masters 138 

Notices of Motion, Disposal of 137 

Officers of Grand Lodge, Appointment of 139 

Officers of Grand Lodge, Election of 131 

Officers of Grand Lodge, Installed and Invested 139 



3 INDEX 

Officers of Grand Lodge, List of 21 1 

Officers of Grand Lodge, 1855-1974 218 

Officers of Grand Lodge present at AnnuarCommunication 3 

Order of Business ,:; 

Past Grand Masters Introduced ^7 

Past Rank ...'''.'Z'"' 42 

Printing and Supplies, Report of Board on .'y/.y/..//.'^......'.^"' ng 

Rank Confirmed 42 

Reception of Grand Representatives -jn 

Recognition of 100 Years' Existence .'y'.'.'.'.'..'.'yy.'.'.'.'.' 45 

Report of Board of General Purposes on 

Audit and Finance j2o 

Benevolence ^^.'^ ' 07 

Condition of Masonry J14 

Constitution and Laws 91 

Deceased Brethren A 

Fraternal Correspondence ''ZZZ'796 'and Appendix 

Fraternal Relations 9q 

Grievances and Appeals '.."."....!^ 128 

Masonic Library j 2q 

Printing and Supplies 110 

Masonic Education .. im 

Warrants J^^ 

Report of Advisory Committee on Lodge JBuildings 132 

Report of Auditor ^q 

Report of Blood Donors' Committee ^ .!..... IO7 

Report of Committee on Credentials .. 130 

Report of Committee on Grand Master's Address 134 

Reports of District Deputy Grand Masters on 

Report of Grand Chaplain .... 194 

Report of Grand Secretary .. 07 

Report of Grand Treasurer ''..'."". 7I 

Report of Committee— Provincial Assessments 96 

Report of Scrutineers of the Ballot 131 

Representatives of Foreign Grand Lodges, List of 227 230 

Restorations ' ti^ 

Returns of Lodges fV^ 

Rules of Order Z'Z^'.Z.'.'.'.'''".''. 37 

Scrutineers, Appointment of go 

Scrutineers, Report of 131 

Second Day of Grand Lodge 130 

Secretaries of Grand Lodges and Addresses 224 

Secretaries, Special Addresses of Lodge 168-179 

Special Committees 217 

Suspensions, N.P.D. " 206 

Suspensions, U.M.C ^.'.'.'.".'.'.3.'.'.'.'....... '.'.'.'.'.'. 209 

Vote of Thanks 24j 

Warrants, Report on IO5 

Welcome by Toronto Lodges ...... .........y..yy..y............y....... 37 



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ANCIENT, FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS OF CANADA 
In the Province of Ontario 

, ,, OFFICERS 1974-75 
Grand Master, M.W. Bro. G. E. Turner, 2281 Victoria Ave Windsor 

Deputy Grand Master, R.W. Bro. E. W. Nancekivell, 43 Knyvet Ave.!^^^ ^^^ 

Gr. Sr. Warden, R.W. Bro. R. H. A. Hope, 7 West Deane Va^^Road'^ ''' 

Gr.Jr. Warden, R.W. Bro. J. M. D. Hay, 33 Willow sStf" "^'^ '"" 

Gr. Chaplain, R.W. Bro. Rev. A. W. Watson, 404 Mount Son R?.'' '^' 

Gr. Treasurer. M.W. Bro. M. C. Hooper, 430 Lytton Blvd^^^omo M5N 1S4 
Gr. Secretary, M.W. Bro. J. A. Irvine, Box 217 (363 King St W ) 

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or. Registrar, K.W. Bro. L. J. Gent, Box 78, 21 Catherine St E 

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Temiskairung M. C. Hettrick 108 Duncan Ave KirWandSePW ?Y? 

Sromo 2 ^- ^^^'J^""^' 825 North sfrv^rRd^MisiLtla^Y E 

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