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SNAME's past presidents pose with president elect Lester Rosenblatt, (left to right) James J. Henry, Rear Adm.
L.V. Honsinger, USN (ret.), Mr. Rosenblatt, Robert T. Young, president, Phillip Eisenberg, and Daniel Strohmeier.
SNAME Annual Meeting— (continued from page 10)
At the Society's President's Luncheon the following awards were presented.
The "Captain Joseph H. Linnard Prize" for 1978 was presented to Geoffrey G. Cox and
Adrian R. Lloyd for their paper, "A Hydro- dynamic Design Basis for Navy Ship Roll
Motion Stabilization." This prize is given to the author or authors of the best paper con- tributed to the Transactions of the Society at its Annual Meeting the preceding year.
The "Vice Admiral E.L. Cochrane Award" for 1978 for the best paper delivered before a Section of the Society, was presented to
John R. Kane for his paper, "The Speed of the S.S. United States," delivered at the
Hampton Roads Section on November 8, 1977.
The "Graduate Paper Honor Prize" for 1978 was awarded to M.S. Triantafyllou for his paper, "Computer Aided Propeller Pre- liminary Design Using the B-Series," deliv- ered at the New England Section on Sep- tember 23, 1977.
The "Undergraduate Paper Honor Prize" for 1978 was awarded to James Roberts for his paper, "Preliminary Design of a 43m
Wetflsh Stern Trawler," delivered at the
Eastern Canadian Section on March 14, 1978.
Certificates of Appreciation were awarded to Everett A. Catlin for his outstanding leadership as chairman of the ad hoc Com- mittee on Bylaws, and to Judith Harding for loyal and devoted service to the staff of the
Society 1965-1978. She will retire at the end of this year.
At the President's Luncheon Golden Award 50-Year Membership Certificates were pre- sented to John A. Livingston, Warner Lum- bard, George A. Mattucci, Lloyd E. Oneal and
In closing President Young stated "the
SNAME is a wonderful and productive orga- nization. It has seen some lean times but with fortitude it has always seen these times overcome .... it has been a privilege to serve SNAME as president. I greatly appre- ciate your support during the past year in advancing the goals of SNAME and I urge your continued participation in the years ahead."
American Bureau Of Shipping
Moves Its Headquarters To 65 Broadway In New York City
The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has announced that its international head- quarters are now located at 65 Broadway,
New York, N.Y. 10006. The telephone of ABS headquarters is (212) 440-0300. "The new headquarters," said Robert T.
Young, chairman of the board, "will enable
ABS to consolidate its operations in one lo- cation, and thus provide even better service to the marine industry." Because of growth in post-World War II years, ABS and its subsidiaries leased space in several lower
Manhattan buildings near its previous head- quarters at 45 Broad Street.
ABS acquired 65 Broadway, which is near
Wall Street in lower Manhattan, in 1977. The 21-story building, formerly the headquarters of the American Express Company, has been completely renovated, and incorporates energy-saving double-pane windows, and air- conditioning and heating systems. "This new facility," Mr. Young stated, "reaffirms the 116-year-old commitment of
ABS to New York."
The American Bureau of Shipping is an international ship classification society that establishes standards, called "Rules," for the design, construction, and periodic survey of merchant vessels and other marine struc- tures. ABS has exclusive offices in 87 coun- tries around the world.
NAGESCO To Represent
AB Hagglund & Soner and STAL-LAVAL,
Inc. announce that they have recently exe- cuted an agreement with North American
Gantry & Equipment Servicing Co. (NAG-
ESCO) for service representation on the Ca- nadian west coast.
NAGESCO will henceforth be responsible for servicing Hagglund electrical slewing cranes and gantry cranes by Hagglund- trained service engineers. They will also be responsible for maintaining an inventory of
Hagglund spare parts. An authorized Hagg- lund service station will be operational in
Vancouver, British Columbia, and service engineers will be available on a 24-hour basis.
By appointing NAGESCO as their agents on the Canadian west coast, Hagglunds and
STAL-LAVAL, Inc. aim to further improve the service to their customers in that area.
AB Hagglund & Soner, Sweden, is one of the world's leading designers and manufac- turers of cargo-handling systems. Repre- sented in the United States and Canada by
STAL-LAVAL, Inc., Elmsford, N.Y., it has service centers throughout the world.
Screw Pump Brochure
Available From Allweiler
A complete line of two and three rotor screw pumps is being introduced by Allweiler
Pump Inc. A four-page brochure highlights applications of low-pressure, medium-pres- sure, and high-pressure screw pumps avail- able in horizontal and vertical configurations.
The Allweiler series can be used with a wide variety of fluids. Lubricating and non- lubricating, abrasive and aggressive fluids can be handled with viscosities up to 4,500,- 000 SSU, and pressures up to 3,000 PSI.
For a free copy, contact Allweiler Pump
Inc., 1801G Hicks Road, Rolling Meadows, 111. 60008. 11
PRESIDENT OF THE SOCIETY, Robert T. Young, addresses the President's Luncheon on Thursday, November 16.
December 15, 1978