Georgia AnchorAge, Volume 6, Numbers 1-10, 1965 January-1965 December

Collection:
Georgia Government Publications
Title:
Georgia AnchorAge, Volume 6, Numbers 1-10, 1965 January-1965 December
Creator:
Georgia. Ports Authority
Publisher:
Savannah, Ga. : Georgia. Ports Authority
Date of Original:
1965-01/1965-12
Subject:
Georgia Ports Authority--Periodicals
Harbors--Georgia--Periodicals
Shipping--Georgia--Periodicals
Georgia Ports Authority
Harbors
Shipping
Georgia
Periodicals
Location:
United States, Georgia, 32.75042, -83.50018
Type:
Text
Format:
application/pdf
Description:
This quarterly publication contains information on the Georgia Ports Authority.
Local Identifier:
GA P900 .P1 A5 v. 6
Metadata URL:
http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/id:dlg_ggpd_y-ga-bp900-b-pp1-ba5-bv-p-b6
Digital Object URL:
http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/do:dlg_ggpd_y-ga-bp900-b-pp1-ba5-bv-p-b6
Language:
eng
Extent:
254 pages
Holding Institution:
University of Georgia. Map and Government Information Library
Rights:
Rights Statement information

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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
JANUARY 1965
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Editor BOB NOBLE
JANUARY 1965
Associate Editor JIM BISSON
Official publication of the Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 Savannah Georgia Telephone AD 61561 Advertising rates furnished on request
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
an Hosts Foreign Trade Conference 4
ersonalities and Progress 8
rd Automation 11
Plenty at Brunswick 12
Ilion Harbor Improvement Proposed 14
g Haul 16
Ship and Namesake Set New Records 18
Line Iraq 20
g of the Guard 22
Departments
le Comments from the Editors Desk 3
tooftheMonth Contest 10
ctory of Port Services 23
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
MEMBERS OF THE AUTHORITY
Robert C Norman rippe Cedartown Vice Chairman M Johnson Savannah farris Sr Brunswick
Augusta Chairman Howell Hollis Columbus Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie Secretary Anton F Solms Jr Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
olt Savannah Executive Director
Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
ett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Newman Atlanta Director of Commerce and Traffic
ble Savannah Director of Public Relations and Advertising
NGNEXT MONTHS ISSUE
FBI AND INTERSTATE COMMERCE A look at the activities of the Federal Bureau of Investigation as it relates to the movement of interstate commerce and terminal operations
CKS ON THE MOVE A pictorial review of the trucking industry and its role in the handling of importexport cargo through GPAs deepwater terminals and commercial warehousing
USTRIAL DEVELOPMENT IN 65 A report on the 1965 industrial development plans for wateroriented sites located at Georgias five port communities
NOBLE COMMENTS from the Editors Desk
Being a bestseller I was naturally pleased to receive from my wife this Christmas a copy of the book What Men Know About Women
I hastily tore away the holiday wrappings and began to flip through the 365 pages You might well imagine the look on my face when I found them all blank Believe me I soon got the message much to the delight of my betterhalf
In a sense each one of us takes with us into the new year a book of 365 empty pages on which will be written our contribution to the world in which we live May I suggest the title of the book be 1965A New Year of Freedom
For there will be 365 days in which free men and free enterprise will be able to work together for the common good of a free society maintain and strengthen business integrity expand facilities and provide new services and accept the challenge of freedoms opportunities
May your 1965 edition truly be a best seller
THE COVER
GEORGIA
ANCHORAGE
A personal message from GPAs executive director J D Holt surrounded by our 1964 AnchorAge covers launches this publication on another year of reporting the activities and progress of Georgias five growing ports
Georgia AnchorAge is published monthly on the 10th of each month and distributed third class mail to over 8000 readers All copy and pictures may be used by others however it would be appreciated if a credit Une is given to Georgia AnchorAge For materials concerning any of the slate ports facilities please address inquiries to the Savannah office co Director of Public Relations Advertising rates furnished upon Editorial and Advertising Offices P
Savannah Georgia
LIBRARIES
OF GEORGIA
JANUARY 1965
GPA Welcomes Over 700 Delegates
Manhattan Hosts Foreign Trade Conventi
With resounding success Georgia Ports Authority welcomed over 700 delegates and guests to the 51st National Foreign Trade Convention November 1618 1964 held annually in New York city
Guests were favored with replica Confederate flags with GPA banners attached at the reception held in the beautiful Gold and Crystal suite of the Sheraton East Hotel where a host of the International business leaders gathered such as representatives of major steamship lines U S and international freight forwarders railroads motor carriers shippers etc
The Georgia Ports Authoritys Executive Director
J D Holt and Director of Operations James I Newsome Jr headed up the GPA Sales Staff which consisted of Claude Newman Director of Traffic and Commerce Atlanta Fred Whelan General Western Agent Chicago George Eggert General Eastern Agent and Joseph Downing Assistant General Eastern Agent both of New York office
The International Foreign Trade Convention is considered one of the outstanding conferences held each year for the purpose of developing increased imports and exports
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Representatives of Ludlow Corporation Needham Heights Massachusetts confer with GPA officials Left to right Ray Cook Ludlows Traffic Manager John E Williams Ludlow Vice President J D Holt GPA Executive Director James I Newsome Jr GPA Director of Operations and W Randleit Brock Jr Marketing Manager for the Ludlow Corporation
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GPAs New York staff members Joseph C Downing left and George W Eggert right chat with A1 Marubbio Traffic Manager Firestone International New York
Over 700 delegates attended Georgia Ports Authority reception held in the beautiful Gold and Crystal suite of New Yorks
Sheraton East Hotel
JANUARY 1965
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ABOVE GPA staff members Eggert Holt and Whelan confer with Dick Stout second from right of HERCULES Powder Company Wilmington Delaware
Left to right Nick Angrisano Stein Hall Company New York W Randlett Brock Jr Ludlow Corporation Needham Heights Massachusetts James I Newsome Jr Georgia Ports Authority Reggie Slavin Stein Hall Company and Ray Cook Ludlow Corporation
Bill Cottingham of Coyle Lines discusses Eggert Newman
Helmut Kroeller left and Klaus Stankowiiz right representatives of IntraMar Shipping Corporation New York steamship agents and international forwarders hold discussions with GPA Executive Director J D Holt
Left to right N Seim President Moiorships Inc American Motors Corp Kenosha Wisconsin Fre Illinois and R Bliss
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Trust Company of Georgias International Department is the oldest most experienced in the empire state of the South Its highlytrained staff provides a full range of international services geared to serve you efficiently and economically Backing the staff are the influence and ability of more than 300 officers and directors who serve officially with 551 business commercial and philanthropic organizations throughout the region And with six affiliates in Georgia and a network of correspondents blanketing the Southeast Trust Company International Service is as local as your own headquarters Contact the Trust Company now Atlanta 2 Georgia USA Cable address Trusco
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SHIPPING
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SHIP AGENTS AND STEVEDORES
OFFICES SAVANNAH GEORGIA BRUNSWICK GEORGIA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA PORT EVERGLADES FLORIDA MIAMI FLORIDA PENSACOLA FLORIDA MOBILE ALABAMA NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA GALVESTON TEXAS HOUSTON TEXAS DALLAS TEXAS KANSAS CITY KANSAS ST LOUIS MISSOURI CHICAGO ILLINOIS CINCINNATI OHIO MEMPHIS TENNESSEE ATLANTA GEORGIA
NEW YORK OFFICE
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CONTRACT AWARDED FOR OCEAN TERMINAL EXPANSION
Atlantic States Construction Company of Atlanta has been awarded a contract for construction of a threeberth addition to the Georgia Ports Authoritys Ocean Terminal located in Savannah The Atlanta firms base bid was 3436969
C H Jirardeau Vice President of Atlantic States says his firm will start work shortly after the first of the year
In addition to the three berths a 93000 square foot transit shed will be erected and the slip dredged and widened Also included is expansion of
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Slip No 2 to a 300foot width and a 1174 foot length with a depth of 32 feet at mean low water Provisions are contained in the dock structure for depths of 40 feet
Berths 16 and 17 on the former site of Seatrain Lines will each be 520 feet long Gantry crane rails will be installed to allow gantry cranes on all three of
Bid opening held at Savannah for major expansion
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the berths which will have 60foot margins shipside The transit shed serving the three new berths will be similar in design to the roof hatch opening shed across the slip completed last year
Sewell Associates engineers and architects Savannah and LockwoodGreene Engineers Spartanburg S C designed the new port facility
Left to right J W Weltch President First Federal Savings Loan Assn and member of the Executive Committee Committee of 100 George A Sancken Jr Mayor J C Rivenbark Manager Augusta Works Olin C W Smith Vice President and General Manager Chemicals Division Olin
OLIN OFFICIAL WELCOMED TO AUGUSTA
F C Nicholson Vice PresidentManufacturing Chemicals Division Olin Mathieson Chemical Company recently announced through the Augusta Committee of 100 that J C Rivenbark had been appointed manager of Olins chlorine and caustic soda plant currently under construction in Augusta Georgia
Rivenbark a native of Metter Georgia and a graduate of Georgia Tech is currently in a similar position at Olins chlorine and caustic facilities in Saltville Virginia It is anticipated that Rivenbark and his family will move to Augusta early this spring
Frequent freighter sailings
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An important link in your freight chain is the frequency of freighter sailings to meet your rigid time requirements Our convenient monthly sailings assure you of reliable timing In so many waysyou can rely on
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JANUARY 1965
NEW YORK WORLD TRADE CENTER GPA officials look over a scale model of fhe lwin lower world trade center which will be constructed in downtown lower Manhattan and serve as the center for finance world trade and shipping Members of the GPAs New York office which will one day be located in the modern skyscraper are left to right Linda Tomanelli Dora Eggert J D Holt GPAs executive director Savannah George Eggert and
Joseph C Downing
MAIL YOUR FAVORITE PHOTOGRAPH TODAY
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What with old man winter clutching us in his icy grasp we thought this delightful summer scene might warm you up
Snapped on the beach at Hilton Head South Carolina Mr Cunningham titles it Dont Get Sand in the Lemonade
Technical Data VoightlanderBessamtic Plux X film125 at F 8
Next month our photo contest will be an open category Any good photograph regardless of subject matter will be eligible The subject is up to you
Mail your favorite picture today You may win 500
CONTEST RULES AND REGULATIONS
Only blackandwhite photographs 3 x 4 inches or larger will be eligible Photos must be related to subjectofthemonth as indicated for the following issue
Unfortunately photographs can not be returned
unless accompanied by a selfaddressed postage paid envelope
Deadline for Entries Will Be the First of Each Month
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The MORMACARGO the first fullyautomated ship to sail under the American flag is now a regular caller on the Port of Savannah With her visit MooreMcCormack Lines began its program of six fullyautomated cargoliners
Built at a cost of over 10000000 the six identical sisterships make up the Constellation class
FullyAutomated
Each ship is centrally controlled by full use of electronics for speed instantaneous registry at the control board of temperatures in refrigerated cargo compartments for automatic control of the boilers for the steam engines even to measuring the pioper flame height
Cargo
The ships are designed to handle cargo quickly and efficiently They have 29 quickacting hydraulic hatch covers for six large holds which open automatically to permit pinpoint handling of cargoes
For highly sensitive cargoes requiring specially controlled but not
freezing temperatures all Constellation class ships have an airconditioned area amidship For refrigerated cargoes there is 40000 cubic feet of space where temperatures may be reduced to ten degrees below zero Bulk liquid cargoes can be accommodated in specially constructed plastic coated deep tanks which are heated from the periphery of the tanks
Speed
Speed is the key word in describing the Constellation class vessels They have been called by the U S Maritime Administration the fastest cargo ships in the world
The horsepower and the very fine lines will permit an operating speed in excess of 24 knots even though the designed speed is listed at 21 knots
The six Constellation class cargoliners comprise the third phase of the multimillion dollar ship replacement program which MooreMcCormack Lines started in 1958 The two luxury liners ARGENTINA and BRASIL and eight cargo vessels are already in service to South America Africa Scandinavia and the Baltic Continental Europe and the Caribbean on MooreMcCormack Lines extensive trade routes
Automated engine room control center The engine room console makes possible push button control of more than 150 operations that formerly were
performed manually
Poles a plenty over 17000 treated poles destined for Greece vaulted the docks at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Brunswick facility during he months of November and Decem
A product of the Escambia Treat ing Company with offices in Brunswick Camilla Georgia and Pensa cola Florida the poles totaled over V 45 hundred tons of cargo
Utilizing two mobile cranes the 33 to 46 foot poles were quickly dis patched into three ships at the GPAs V deepwater facility

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Steamship Agents Stevedores TWX 9123542719 Telephone AD45358
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GENERAL AGENTS
Clegg Bldg 51 Broad St New York 4 WHitehall 44450
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Corps ol Engineers hold briefing for governmental and civic leaders
137 Million Harbor Improvement Proposed By Army Engineers
Colonel Paul W Ramee Savannah District Engineer U S Army Corps of Engineers told local governmental officials and civic leaders at a briefing November 30th in Savannah Georgia that the 5 million sediment basin proposed for reducing dredging costs in Savannah Harbor was only a part of the overall 137 million improvement recommended for the Port of Savannah
He referred to an Interim Report on Savannah Harbor dated June 20 1962 which recommended deepening and widening the existing channels in the harbor the cost of which is in excess of 7 million This report already has been approved by the Corps of Engineers Board of Rivers and Harbors and is now in the hands of the Bureau of the Budget
The recently completed final report on Savannah Harbor recommending construction of a sediment basin in Back River a tide gate structure across Back River and a drainage canal in the upper harbor at a cost of 5617000 is being forwarded to the Board of Rivers and Harbors for approval
Colonel Ramee said that the overall plan of improvement for the future development of Savannah Harbor insofar as the widening and deepening of the channel when in place will accommodate the projected tonnages and drafts of vessels for the year 2015 The annual tonnage in the Port of Savannah is expected to double by 1990 and increase to 145 million tons by 2015
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SAVANNAH HARBOR MODEL
Construction of the 275foot by 135foot hydraulic model covering an area of 18000 square feet was initiated in December 1954 at the Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station In above photo note size of man standing near entrance to Savannah River
The model reproduces approximately 413 squares of prototype area including the Atlantic coast from Hilton Head Island to Wassaw Island Point and offshore area well beyond the 40foot contour of depth in the ocean
It also reproduces the Savannah River upstream to the head of tide at Ebenezer Landing the extensive system of tidal tributaries
saltwater creeks and boundary marshes which affect tidal action throughout the harbor and the Atlantic Coast Intracoastal Waterway from Calibogue South through Skidaway River
The model was constructed to scale ratios model to prototype of 1800 horizontally and 180 vertically The model which is entirely housed in a sheet metal hangartype shelter is of the fixedbed type and molded in concrete to conform to the prototype conditions that existed in 1950 Henry Rhodes at WES has worked with Savannah Harbor models and tests for the past 19 years with only time out for a brief period during World War II
JANUARY 1965
JLaeToURNEAUWeSTINGHOUSE long known for its big haul in the earth moving business is also widely acclaimed in shipping circles for its long hauls in international trade
This growth in the export market which recently won for the company the Presidential citation is due not only to the quality product but to the drive and

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initiative of the International Division at LeTourneauWestinghouse
Through the efforts of LeTourneauWestinghouses W D Blair export traffic supervisor C R Shively general traffic manager and many others the Haulpaks Tournatractors Fullpaks and Speedpulls roar over free land the world over building for a better tomorrow
W D Blair
C R Shively
LeTourneauWeslinghouse Haulpak destined for Australia awaits dockside at the GPAs Ocean Terminal for loading aboard the Port Nelson
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SERVING SINCE 1870
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING PO Box 1639 Phone ADams 23151
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
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N S SAVANNAH arriving ai Georgia Ports Authoritys Garden City Terminal in Savannah August 22 1962
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Pride of Savannah99 Welcomes Millionth Visitor
NUCLEAR SHIP and NAMESAKE SET NEW RECORDS
The N S SAVANNAH like the Georgia port whose name she proudly bears has set new records in 1964 and begins the new year with a promise of still greater achievements in 1965
The nuclear ship Savannah recently welcomed her onemillionth visitor in Brooklyn New York Almost simultaneously it was announced that tonnage handled by Savannah facilities of the Georgia Ports Authority increased 285 percent during the first six months of 1964 in comparison with the same period last year Over one million tons alone moved through the GPA Garden City terminal
Ringing out the old year and ringing in the New finds the N S Savannah touring the South Atlantic ports of
Wilmington North Carolina Charleston South Carolina and Jacksonville Florida
While in Charleston on January 2nd a delegation representing the City of Savannah Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce and Savannah Electric and Power Company presented Captain David B McMichael Master of the N S SAVANNAH a handsomely framed photomural of the nuclear ship showing it moving up the Savannah River near City Hall on August 22 1962
Savannahians attending the ceremonies were Honorable John J Rauers Jr Alderman City of Savannah Irving R Metz Executive Vice President Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce and W Lee Mingledorff Jr and Arthur M Gignilliat Jr Savannah Electric and Power Company
Affixed to ihe phofomural is an engraved plate with this The nuclear ship Savannah recently welcomed her onemillionth visitor since operations
legend COMMEMORATING A MEMORABLE VISIT TO HER began in 1962 She was docked in Brooklyn N Y at the time The visitor Yvette
HOME PORT FOR COMMISSION CEREMONIES SAVANNAH Fanfan 11 of the Bronx was given a 13day cruise on a conventional steamship for
GEORGIA AUGUST 22 1962 PROUDLY PRESENTED BY THE herself her parents and her four sisters Others pictured from left are Capt Peter
COMMUNITY WHOSE NAME SHE BEARS SAVANNAH AREA Block executive officer of the ship Capt Thomas A King Atlantic Coast director
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE JANUARY 2 1965 of the U S Maritime Administration and Adm John M Will president and chair
man of the Board of American Export Isbrandtsen Lines
JANUARY 1965
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DATE LINEIRAQ
You might see the above inscription carved on a date palm in Iraq You could say were going steady weve had the dates to prove it
In midNovember 120000 cases of the palm grown delicacies arrived dockside at the GPAs Garden City Terminal on board the Wartenfels
The dates were destined for the National Biscuit Companys Woodbury Georgia plant for processing and distribution At Woodbury the dates are pasteurized sugar rolled and packed in cardboard cartons Others go into datenut bread A sweet ending for a pleasant date
NABISCO
JANUARY 1965
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Changing of the Guard
Farewell lo an old friend hello io a new The Lightship Savannah a far MMil
for a new station at the month of the meTof e Coast Guard call the new towers robots and say that
automation the Lightship has been except the ones in San Francisco and Nantucket
Anderson Shipping Co
303 American Building Savannah Georgia
Foreign Freight Brokers and Forwarders
CABLE ANSHIPCO TWX 9123541001 PO BOX 794 Phone AD 60259
Diamond Manufacturing Company
Cranes Tugboats Barges Dredges and Dredging Wharf Construction
OCEAN TERMINAL SAVANNAH Phone AD 62451
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
P O BOX 686 SAVANNAH GEORGIA 215 Morel Building Telephone 2340686 Area Code 912
Prompt Service
Reasonable Charges
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Directory of Port Services for Savannah and Brunswick
Savannah enjoys regular steamship service to the United Kingdom and European ports the Mediterranean ports South African South American and the Far Eastern
ports Many of these vessels call at Brunswick A Consolidated Sailing Schedule is available from the Savannah District Authority P 0 Box 768 Savannah Ga
Shipping Companies
DIXIE STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC 206 E Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Company Bldg
TARVER SHIPPING COMPANY 105107 E Bay Street TROSDAL SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank and Trust Company
Barge Service IntraCoastal
C G WILLIS INC Paulsboro N J
Barge Service Inland
MERRY BROTHERS Augusta Georgia
Stevedores
DIXIE STEVEDORING CO INC 206 E Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street ROBERTS MARTIN W 105107 E Bay Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 E Bay Street
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Co Bldg
Foreign Freight Forwarders
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO American Building W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building
Foreign Freight Forwarders
continued1 J K EBBERWEIN 126 W Bay JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Bank and Trust Building
D J POWERS American Building
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street
Custom House Brokers
W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Bank and Trust Building
E L MOBLEY 215 Morel Building
D J POWERS American Building J W TARVER Arcade Building DONALD R WINTER 1518 Healey Bldg
Atlanta Georgia
Consuls
BRAZIL
Jack M Sayler V consul H DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen V consul H
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Jack M Sayler Consul H
FINLAND
A G Van Schaick V consul H FRANCE
Edwin J Middleton Consular agent H
GERMANY
F A O Bahre Consul H ITALY
Joseph M Cafiero Consular agent H NETHERLANDS
A G Van Schaick V consul H SWEDEN
L Roy Riddick V consul H VENEZUELA
Sr PrietoHopkins Consul C H Honorary C Career
Georgia Ports Authoritys Solicitation Offices
SAVANNAH P O Box 1039 A Dams 61561 Teletype 9123543499 J D HOLT Executive Director
BRUNSWICK P O Box 1758 AMherst 58500 CECIL G GNANN
NEW YORK 233 Broadway COrtlandt 75731 Teletype 2125711312 GEORGE EGGERT
JAMES I NEWSOME JR
CHICAGO 224 So Michigan HArrison 78478 FRED WHELAN
ATLANTA 1131 Healey Bldg JAckson 51595 Teletype 4045271034 CLAUDE NEWMAN
Savannah Director of Operations
BONN GERMANY 532 Bonn Bad Godesberg Ruengsdorfer Strasse 53 b Telephone
Bad Godesberg 69344 LAURENCE W MAGRATH
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA
2 Adgers Wharf Phone RA 22921
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
Ocean Terminal Building Phone ADams 23151
BRUNSWICK GEORGIA
State Docks Building Phone 2657588
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone ELgin 57671
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
SHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
JANUARY 1965
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Georgia AnchorAge PO Box 1039 Savannah Georgia
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LOOKING FOR BULK LIQUID
STORAGE FACILITIES
Drum filling facilities available
Can load and unload deep tank vessels from five berths
Deep water facilities for bulk liquids consisting of 1235000 barrels of storage
Experienced personnel
No investment required
Can receive store and ship via ocean tankers barges rail and truck
Served by 5 railroads 50 truck lines 105 steamship lines
Gateway to the Southeast Midwest and the world
NEW IN SAVANNAH Storage For All Types Vegetable Oils and Chemicals
We invite you to select Strategic Savannah Gateway to the burgeoning Southeast and the world We boast the largest deepwater terminal storage facility in the Southeast Our services are prompt efficient and reasonable Tankage is immediately available for any commodity that flows We invite your inquiry your inspection and your business

PRESIDENT
SOUTHLAND TERMINALS
Division of
SOUTHLAND OIL CORPORATION
P O Box 7036 Phone Area Code 9122362447
SAVANNAH GEORGIA TWX 9123549000
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VOLUME 6 NUMBER 2 FEBRUARY 1965
Editor BOB NOBLE Associate Editor JIM BISSON
Official publication of the Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 Savannah Georgia Telephone AD 61561 Advertising rates furnished on request
The Georgia Ports Authority operates the following ocean terminals Brunswick State Docks Brunswick Ga Savannah State Docks Garden City and Ocean Terminals Savannah Ga and the following inland barge ports Augusta State Docks Augusta Ga Bainbridge State Docks Bainbridge Ga and Columbus State Docks Columbus Ga
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FBI Covers the Waterfront
Japanese Inspect Port Facilities
GPA Names Duncan as Traffic Analyst
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Industrial Development in 65
Savannah Trucking a 60Million Industry
Safmarine Initiates African Service
Shipping a BusLeave the Lifting to Us
MMAs Floating Classroom
Regular Departments
Noble Comments from the Editors Desk
PhotooftheMonth Contest
Directory of Port Services
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GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
MEMBERS OF THE AUTHORITY
Robert C Norman Augusta Chairman W D Trippe Cedartown Vice Chairman Howell Hollis Columbus Thomas M Johnson Savannah Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie Secretary
A M Harris Sr Brunswick Anton F Solms Jr Savannah Attorney
NOBLE COMMENTS from the Editors Desk
If you bought it a truck brought it
This phrase is more than just an advertising slogan thought up by some agency executive seated high in an ivory tower on New Yorks Madison Avenue
Its a simple statement of fact If you dont believe it stop for a moment and make a list of the items you use andor enjoy in any 24hour period
Now take the list and honestly try to eliminate those things which you are sure never once were transported anywhere by truck See what I mean
Even this publication made at least five trips via truck before you opened the first page
For an interesting look at the significance of the trucking industry as it relates to Georgias ports turn to page 16
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director oj Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude Newman Atlanta Director of Commerce and Traffic
Bob Noble Savannah Director of Public Relations and Advertising
COMING NEXT MONTHS ISSUE
ATLANTA HUB OF PROGRESS Growing by leapsandbounds
Georgias state capital is now a major center of southeastern manufacturing distribution and finance The importance of this expanding metropolis and its relation to world trade will
be highlighted in our February issue
SEAGOING CATERPILLARS A look at the booming export business of
the bright yellow machinery that has carried the familiar name Caterpillar to all corners of the globe
THE COYER
GEORGIA
ANCHORAGE
The Federal Bureau of Investigation keeps a closeeye on the shipping industry as revealed in our cover photo and lead article which begins on the following page
Georgia AnchorAge is published monthly on the 10th of each month and distributed third class mail to over 8000 readers All copy and pictures may be used by others however it would be appreciated if a credit Une is given to Georgia AnchorAge For materials concerning any of the state ports facilities please address inquiries to the Savannah office co Director of Public Relations Advertising rates furnished upon request Editorial and Advertising Offices P O Box 1039 Savannah Georgia
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E L Boyle Special Agent in Charge Savannah Office right reviews case history with Assistant Agent Charles G Cusick
GEORGIA CASES FEW 1
Although illegal waterfront od tiv certain port areas FBI investigation s j Georgias ports are indeed few and fa r t Agent in Charge Savannah Office
This outstanding record is dii e precautions maintained by deepwater I err as the Georgia Ports Authority
Lovers
the
Rank robberies embezzlements and kidnaping these are perhaps the most familiar of the more than 170 Federal violations explicitly defined by law that come under the investigative jurisdiction of the FBI
As the investigative arm of the United States Department of Justice the Federal Bureau of Investigation also covers the waterfront to gather evidence and prosecute those who knowingly or unknowingly break or attempt to bend the laws of Uncle Sam
Typical cases involving the shipping industry and port related operations include violation of U S Tariff Acts theft of foreign shipments crime on the high seas falsifica
Employees of Chief Clerks office
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Waterfront
EW AND FAR BETWEEN
it aa tivity is a considerable problem in ation s relating to theft and pilferage at id fa r between says E L Boyle Special ce
s dite primarily to the excellent security iter 1 erminal and warehouse operators such
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tion of foreign bills of lading illegal entry for purposes of sabotage or espionage and tbeft of Federal property
Invaluable Assistance
When Federal violations have occurred either in the immediate port area or elsewhere we have found that state local and industrial security forces as well as private individuals and firms have provided invaluable assistance to our Agents in their investigations says E L Boyle Special Agent in Charge Savannah Office
Recently our Savannah FBI Office was able to bring to court and prosecute an officer of a private firm who had
Entrance to new Savannah FBI Office
ordered removal of markings from imported steel cable after it left the port area and then allowed it to be sold as a domestic product
This conviction under the Tariff Act of 1930 was the direct result of the cooperation we received from the Georgia Ports Authority Had it not been for the efficient manner in which their operations department keeps its records of cargo movements we would have had great difficulty in gathering sufficient evidence to make the case said Boyle
continued next page
Steno pool is large and efficient
FEBRUARY 1965
A Case of MisMarkings
Although not as dramatic as a running gun battle between cops and robbers this unusual case history vividly illustrates how detailed investigation and cooperation can bring results and conviction
Early in 1962 information was received by the Federal Bureau of Investigation that a certain firm was allegedly importing steel cable removing all tags and foreign manufacturers markings and then selling the cable as a domestic product
A Special Agent of the Savannah Office was assigned to begin an immediate investigation into what appeared to be a violation of Title 19 Section 1304 of the Tariff Act of 1930
Paragraph a of this U S Code clearly states Every article of foreign origin imported into the U S shall be marked in a conspicuous place as legibly indelibly and permanently as the nature of the article or container will permit in such a manner as to indicate to the ultimate purchaser in the U S the English name of the country of origin of the article
Under this Federal regulation any person who shall with intent to conceal the information given thereby or contained therein deface destroy remove alter cover obscure or obliterate any mark required under this provision shall upon conviction be fined not more than 5000 or imprisoned not more than one year or both
Securing Needed Evidence
Before confronting the importing firm directly the FBI had to secure the necessary evidence needed for conviction Among the questions unanswered were Where the steel cable was manufactured how many reels had been altered by the firm and if the concealment of the foreign markings was still taking place
Assuming the steel cable was being brought into this country through the port of Savannah the investigation began
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J Ellis Dowd GPAs assistant director of operations left checks import records with FBI Special Agent J Henry Shank
Technician marks photographic enlargements preparatory to document testimony FBI laboratory in Washington D C
with a call on the operations department of the Georgia Ports Authority
J Ellis Dowd GPAs assistant director of operations sat down with an FBI Agent and began flipping through detailed import records Within minutes it was not only determined that the steel cable had been manufactured in Belgium rather than Japan as originally expected but that complete identification markings from each spool were also a matter of GPA record
Within a matter of days three of the empty reels that had been altered with green paint were obtained from one of the areas largest users of steel cable
One of these reels purchased from the importing firm under investigation was forwarded to the FBI Laboratory in Washington D C for analysis Carefully removing the green paint the Bureaus criminologists found the identical foreign markings that had been recorded in the operations department files of the Georgia Ports Authority
Confronted with this undeniable evidence an operator of the importing firm threw in the towel and confessed to the violation of section 1304 as described earlier
Cooperation From Many Sources
Although the FBI maintains 56 field offices strategically located throughout the 50 states and Puerto Rico with resident agencies in about 500 other cities and towns we cannot fight crime alone says Special Agent Ed Boyle of the Savannah Office
The facts outlined in this article clearly show that the Federal Bureau of Investigations crackdown on illegal activity must rely heavily on assistance and cooperation from many sources outside our own organization
Covering the waterfront will continue to be an important and vital part of the FBIs investigative jurisdiction
Established 1886
Japanese Inspect Port Facilities
PORTS
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SHIP AGENTS AND STEVEDORES
OFFICES SAVANNAH GEORGIA BRUNSWICK GEORGIA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA PORT EVERGLADES FLORIDA MIAMI FLORIDA PENSACOLA FLORIDA MOBILE ALABAMA NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA GALVESTON TEXAS HOUSTON TEXAS DALLAS TEXAS KANSAS CITY KANSAS ST LOUIS MISSOURI CHICAGO ILLINOIS CINCINNATI OHIO MEMPHIS TENNESSEE ATLANTA GEORGIA
NEW YORK OFFICE
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Four officials of one of Japans largest sales organizations were in Savannah recently to inspect port facilities
Richard M Stone head of Stone Company Inc importexport firm was host to the Japanese visitors on a swing through the Southeast that included stops in Memphis Tennessee Atlanta and Savannah
In the party were Yoshio Tsuji executive director The Nissho Com
pany Ltd and president of the Nissho American Corp Osaka Moriyuki Suckane manager ferrous products department Nissho American M Torii general manager New York office of Kobe Steel Works Ltd and T Kumagai Kobe Steel Tokyo
It was understood that Stone Company is endeavoring to develop some export business through the port of Savannah with the Japanese group Imports of steel wire and pipe are now being handled
Visitors confer with GPA officials at Garden City Terminal
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jITIES
PROGRESS
GPA Names Duncan As
Traffic Analyst
J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority has announced the appointment of Grady Duncan to the position of Traffic Analyst in GPAs Atlanta office
Duncan is a native Georgian attended elementary and high school in the Atlanta area and graduated with honors from the La Salle Extension University Chicago Illinois majoring in traffic management He also served a hitch in the United States Navy receiving an honorable discharge in 1945
We are indeed fortunate to have secured the services of Mr Duncan whose experience in the transportation field will highly complement others in our Traffic and Sales department commented GPAs executive director Holt
Duncan comes to the Georgia Ports Authority with many years of experience in rate and traffic work with the Motor Trucking industry
DUNCAN
Chief Engineer Ted Kedzierski right and David McMichael master of the NS Savannah admire a photo mural of the nuclear vessel which was presented recently by a Savannah delegation which included W Lee Mingledorff Jr left of the Savannah Electric and Power Co Alderman Jack Rauers and Irving Metz executive vice president of the Savannah Chamber of Commerce The mural shows the vessel entering the Savannah harbor on the maiden voyage in 1962 to its home port which it may visit a second time later this year
Nuclear Ship Gets Mural
Fast fortnightly cargo service
to CURACAO MARACAIBO SANTO DOMINGO
ARUBA PUERTO CABELLO PORTAUPRINCE
LA GUAIRA TRINIDAD KINGSTON
PUERTO LIMON WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA
Accepting Cargo on Transshipment Bills of Lading to other Caribbean destinations
Agents
Savannah Jacksonville Port Everglades Miami also Cincinnati Memphis Atlanta Chicago St Louis and Kansas City STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Charleston CAROLINA SHIPPING COMPANY
New York FUNCH EDYE COMPANY INC
M Royal ilriherlands Steamship Company
25 Broadway New York 4 N Y
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WINNER
W B Rich
523 East 39th Street
Savannah Georgia
YOUR FAVORITE PHOTOGRAPH MAY BE WORTH FIVE DOLLARS
This purrrfect shot of five little kittens wins this months contest hands down
Mr Rich caught these cute pinups with a 35mm camera No other technical data available
Next month our photo contest will be an open category Any good photograph regardless of subject matter will be eligible The subject is up to you
Mail your favorite picture today You may win 500
CONTEST RULES
Only blackandwhite photographs 3Vk x 4 inches or larger will be eligible Photos must be related to subjectofthemonth as indicated for the following issue
Unfortunately photographs can not be returned
AND REGULATIONS
unless accompanied by a selfaddressed postage paid envelope
Deadline for Entries Will Be the First of Each Month
MAIL YOUR FAVORITE PHOTOGRAPH TODAY
to
GPA PHOTOOFTHEMONTH CONTEST Post Office Box 1039 Savannah Georgia
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ATLANTIC
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COMPANY
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Night Phone AD 28105
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Now that we have your attention may we hasten to point out that the dimensions above are not those of our secretary but of four luxurious pleasure yachts that were recently loaded aboard the MV Grotedyk at GPAs Ocean Terminal in Savannah
Destined for LeHavre France the 382531 and 52 foot yachts were hoisted onboard the HollandAmerica Line vessel by two 35ton gantry cranes working in tandum The loading of pleasure crafts for foreign shipment has become a regular part of the Georgia Ports Authoritys dockside activity
Pleasure crafts begin transAtlantic cruise aboard HollandAmericas MV GROTEDYK
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING COMPANY
Steamship Agents Forwarding Agents Stevedores
REALTY BUILDING 24 DRAYJON STREET SAVANNAH GEORGIA
TWX9123544119 Phone AD 48886
Anderson Shipping Co SAVANNAH
303 American Building Savannah Georgia PILOTS
Foreign Freight Brokers and ASSOCIATION
Forwarders 228 EAST BAY
CABLE ANSHIPCO TWX 9123541001 PO BOX 1266
PO BOX 794 Phone AD 60259 Phone AD 60226
FEBRUARY 1965
augusta
BAINBRIDGE BRUNSWICK COLUMBUS SAVANNAH
Georgias Ports Push IN D II ST R
WERE ON THE MAP Members of the Brunswick and Glynn County Development Authority scan new Brunswick brochure Left to right Joseph A Whittle Hugh K Tollison John R Minier and Frank Deloach Missing from photo Carley Zell Authority Chairman
The members of the BrunswickGlynn County Development Authority welcome the preparation of this excellent brochure on port facilities and industrial sites at Glynn County The brochure will be very helpful to the Authority in its efforts to locate heavy portoriented industry in this community
The members of the Authority are very happy to have the opportunity to work with the members of the Georgia
Ports Authority in the development of Colonels Island and the Brunswick harbor area With the joint efforts of these two bodies and the Georgia Department of Industry and Trade the outlook for the growth of industry in this community is indeed bright
jcdm Minted
Vice Chairman
Brunswick and Glynn County Development Authority
BRUNSWICK GEORGIA
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Georgia Ports Authority Pledges Continued Support
Although in print less than a year these brochures have already created nationwide interest on the part of many industries blue chip and otherwise who are seeking wateroriented sites for new manufacturing and distribution facilities
The Georgia Ports Authority is gratified by the response indicated in this article It is to be recognized that as each of our five port cities grow and prosper through the media of additional wateroriented industries the overall economy of Georgia will benefit tremendously and that is our collective goal
labesd C AloAmati
Chairman
MAL DEVELOPMENT IN t
Augusta Bainbridge Brunswick Columbus and Savannah these are Georgias five growing ports
The location of new

Norman
wateroriented industry at these sites is part of a continuing joint effort between the Georgia Ports Authority and the local industrial development agency in each city
In 1964 this cooperative effort resulted in the production of a new series of five brochures one for each port These surveys give detailed technical data and specific advantages of Georgias many wateroriented sites
Savannah Mecca for PortOriented Industry is the most colorful and best illustrated compilation of material that we have ever had concerning this outstanding South
forward to continuing brochure
Atlantic industrial port In a very uniqu way it shows how the colonial settlers of Georgia established this port community and how over the years modern industry and world trade have been blended into its rich history and genteel culture
Production and advertising of this outstanding Savannah port brochure have given the Savannah District Authority another opportunity of collaborating with the Georgia Ports Authority We look benefits from this extremely fine
Q cJi KidAincjei fj
Executive Director
Savannah District Authority executive director G H Kissinger Jr right and assistant J Reid Williamson look over aerial photo of Savannah harbor sites
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Our recent participation in a special advertising and promotional program with the Georgia Ports Authority has proven to be one of the most successful ever undertaken by the Augusta Committee of 100
We expected a reasonable number of requests for our Inland Port Brochure as a direct result of the advertising but quite frankly we never anticipated the tremendous reception given to this fine promotional piece Most importantly a number of our requests have been from blue chip firms with product lines which would logically fit into our growing chemical complex Each of these inquiries are considered likely prospects and we are following up with additional data to further their interest in our area
We look forward to further opportunities to cooperate with you and your associates in promoting the valuable resources of Georgias inland and deepwater ports
Milt OK QolcL
Executive Director
Milton Folds executive director Augusta Con Simon secretary in answering advi
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
IRflinirulpiriirilie and Decatur Comm tv
TELEPHONE 2464774 or 4775 1233 EAST SHOWEll STREET K
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Approximately 100 copies of the Bainbridge brochure have already j S
been mailed by our organization to various industries throughout the United States I y
The brochure is a most comprehensive and complete description of the Bainbridge Inland Port Industrial Complex and is extremely attractive in its content Included in the brochure are statistics regard j
ing Georgias FIRST Inland Port facility the city of Bainbridge and i
industrial land remaining available in the vicinity of the Flint River

It is felt that the Inland Port Brochure is one of the most effective
tools available to the BainbridgeDecatur Chamber of Commerce as it continues to build the ever increasing industrial complex at BainbridgeGeorgias First Inland Port facility j
Thomas A Larson executive director BainbridgeDecatur County Chamber of Commerce left reviews industrial brochure with Chamber president John A Dowdy
VkomaA A Jlaidon
Executive Director
J W Woodruff Jr left president of Columbus Broadcasting Company and chairman of the Georgia Waterways Commission along with Tom Moore right executive director of the Columbus Chamber of Commerce plan further steps in utilizing the Georgia Ports Authority brochure depicting Columbus as the states newest port facility
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For Your Free Copy of These WaterOriented Site Brochures Write Direct to the Lo
Development Agencies Listed in This Article
ugusia Committee of 100 works with Miss Dorothy wering advertising inquiries for Augusta brochure
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Already the Columbus Chamber of Commerce has found this brochure invaluable in opening doors of wateroriented industries so Georgias and the city of Columbus story can be told
The Industrial Development Committee of the Columbus Chamber has used the brochure to good advantage to explain to industrial prospects the advantages of using the river for barge transportation of their bulk materials and why Columbus would he an ideal site to manufacture their finished products and then when applicable via the river again to outlets throughout the southeast and the world
Maosie
Executive Director
Diamond Manufacturing Company
Cranes Tugboats Barges Dredges and Dredging Wharf Construction
OCEAN TERMINAL SAVANNAH Phone AD 62451
SEWELL ASSOCIATES Inc
ENGINEERS ARCHITECTS
13 YORK STREET EAST 912232 1159
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The First National Bank Trust Company Augusta
The Fourth National Bank Columbus The First National Bank Trust Company Macon
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North Atlanta
The First National Bank Rome
The Liberty National Bank Trust Company Savannah
Phone 5887694 Area Code 404 ver 500000000
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50 of Revenue Derived from Port
SAVANNAH TRUCKING
The steady flow of trucks to and from the Savannah port hauls an assortment of cargo A trailer may be loaded with anything from nails barbed wire veneer wood or meat to whiskey beer or linen
On February 12 1733 James Edward Oglethorpe and a band of 120 followers landed on the banks of the Savannah River and settled what is now the second largest city in Georgia Little did Oglethorpe realize that his trip up the Savannah River would be followed years later by ships bringing millions of tons of cargo In 1964 some 1600 ships called at the Port of Savannah handling approximately 5000000 tons of cargo
The number of ships that arrive at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Garden City and Ocean Terminals each week is a very important statistic to the trucking industry Freight
West Germanys Opel Kadeis go piggyback from Garden City Terminal io dealers throughout the southeast
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
More juie moves through Savannah than any other port in the world Trucks are the most popular mode of transporting this material to the carpel mills located in north Georgia South Carolina and Tennessee
Southern Nitrogen s chemical fertilizer transferred from GPA warehouse to flat bed truck for distribution

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charges amounting to several million dollars a year are paid to trucking firms handling cargo through Savannah
Class A and B Common Carriers Of the more than 50 truck lines serving the port of Savannah 36 are Class A and Class B common carriers The trucking companies serving Savannah represent a 60million a year industry with approximately 50 of this revenue being derived directly or indirectly from the port
The cargoes arriving in Savannah from points all over the world have to be moved from the docks to their final
Volume shipments of refrigerated goods will soon be moving through the new GPA cold storage warehouse located at the Garden City terminal in Savannah Trucking firms with specialized equipment which can handle frozen cargo are already in operation in Savannah These refrigerated
trailers can operate as low as zero degrees if necessary
60Million A Year Industry
destination and trucks play a major role in this transportation process Also goods to be exported on ships are brought to Savannah by trucks
These motor carriers have cut time in transit to a minimum due to their flexibility The tremendous business generated by the port has enabled the Trucking Industry to give a superior service on the flow of traffic to and from Savannah from virtually any point in the United States
Thus two completely different modes of transportation shipping and trucking unite to handle domestic and foreign goods in Savannah
From Savannah
AFRICAN SERVICE
Two top officials of South African Marine Corp were in Savannah recently to mark the inauguration of a monthly service out of this Georgia port to the Republic of South Africa
Frank A Demarco president of Safmarine and Ralph Wofford vice presidentsales said the first vessel in the improved service is the South African Trader one of 23 vessels operated by Safmarine in its services between the US UK Europe and South Africa
Demarco said South Africa has a booming economy which is predicted to
grow still more in 1965 The United States is the Republics second largest supplier and in 1963 sold them 17 per cent of their total purchases abroad On the other hand we bought 9 per cent of South Africas total exports Demarco said
The Safmarine president said Savannah has both the location and ideal facilities to share in this growing trade with South Africa
Safmarine represented by Smith and Kelly Co has been running into Savannah for the past six months Now the
line has decided to inaugurate a regular monthly sailing with a view toward even more frequent sailings as cargo offerings justify
Five New Cargo Liners Demarco said orders have been placed by Safmarine for five new cargo liners of 12000 tons deadweight and in the 20knot class These new ships should be seen in the Savannah service next year he added
While in Savannah Smith and Kelly entertained the two New York shipping officials at the historic Oglethorpe Club
Left to light James I Newsome Jr Director of Operations Georgia Ports Authority Kurt Nanninga Vice President Smith and Kelly Company Ralph Wofford Vice PresidentSales Safmarine Frank A Demarco President Safmarine and J D Holt GPA Executive Director
Mr and Mrs Wofford left and Mr and Mrs I held at Savannahs
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Scores of shippers forwarders members of the Georgia Ports Authority Savannah District Authority bankers railroad officials members of the County Commission and city government were on hand A color movie of South Africa was shown prior to a buffet supper
Demarco told the group the new service out of Savannah will mark the beginning of a new era for importers and exporters with vital interests in expanding trade with the great and growing market in the Republic of South Africa
drs Imaico center were honored at a buffet reception ahs 1 iioric Oglethorpe Club

TIES A KNOT
between
SAVANNAH AND SOUTH AFRICA
The Inauguration of a regular monthly service between Savannah and the Republic of South Africa marks the beginning of a new era for Importers and Exporters with vital interests in expanding trade with this great and growing market The new monthly Safmarine Service began with the sailing of the SOUTH AFRICAN TRADER from Savannah in January
TO
CAPETOWN PORT ELIZABETH EAST LONDON DURBAN LOURENCO MARQUES AND BEIRA
South African Marine Corporation NY
17 Battery Place Dlgby 48940 New York NY 10004 Chicago Office 327 South La Salle Street Savannah Agents Smith Kelly Co
FEBRUARY 1965
Greyhound Buses Lifted Aboard SaniaMariaI at Garden City Terminal in Savannah
Shipping a Bus
Leave the Lifting to Us
Elephants or Greyhounds both have been lifted at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Garden City terminal in Savannah Frankly our Greyhounds outnumber our elephants which I suppose is fortunate considering the large number of peanut movements we also handle
Please dont think were putting on the dog when we point with pride to the fast and efficient manner in which our 35ton gantry cranes can hoist these Greyhounds aboard
ship
Twentyfive passenger coaches destined for Chimbote Peru were recently placed aboard the SantaMariaI for shipment to the west coast of South America Another pack of Greyhounds are scheduled to leave the GPAs Savannah terminal this month
Whether its got four paws or six wheels if youre shipping a bus leave the lifting to us
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MMAs Floating Classroom
Slate of Maine docks at Savannah Machine Foundry Co for repairs
K LINE
KAWASAKI KISIN KAISHA LTD
FAST RELIABLE SERVICE
SAVANNAH TO
FAR EAST
calling Yokohama Kobe Nagoya Osaka Bangkok Singapore
e
Loads Savannah State Docks
SMITH KELLY COMPANY AGENTS
Ocean Terminal Building Savannah ADams 23151

ERR STEAMSHIP COMPANY INC
GENERAL AGENTS
Clegg Bldg 51 Broad St New York 4 WHitehall 44450
TRAINING SHIP BEGINS 11000MILE JOURNEY
The State of Maine training vessel of the Maine Maritime Academy visited the port of Savannah for repairs in January and then embarked on an 11000mile winter journey to the Mediterranean
While on the floating classroom the 335 midshipmen who range in ages 18 to 22 will study ship maintenance nautical science and marine engineering The cruise will provide practical experience for the students to go along with the knowledge they stored in classrooms in Castine Maine
Most of the midshipmen are planning to become officers in the Merchant Marine Some will join the Navy for a fulltime career
The State of Maine left her home port early in January under the command of Captain Albion F Coffin Onboard the floating classroom Lt Cmdr William McReel and Lt Ralph E Hanson Jr are in charge of the two training programs which feature deck training and below deck engineering
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Directory of Port Services for Savannah and Brunswick
Savannah enjoys regular steamship service to the United Kingdom and European ports the Mediterranean ports South African South American and the Far Eastern
ports Many of these vessels call at Brunswick A Consolidated Sailing Schedule is available from the Savannah District Authority P 0 Box 768 Savannah Ga
Shipping Companies
DIXIE STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC 206 E Boy Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Company Bldg
TARVER SHIPPING COMPANY 105107 E Bay Street TROSDAL SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank and Trust Company
Barge Service IntraCoastal
C G WILLIS INC Paulsboro N J
Barge Service Inland
MERRY BROTHERS Augusta Georgia
Stevedores
DIXIE STEVEDORING CO INC 206 E Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street ROBERTS MARTIN W 105107 E Bay Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 E Bay Street
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Co Bldg
Foreign Freight Forwarders
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO American Building W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building
Foreign Freight Forwarders
continued
J K EBBERWEIN 126 W Bay JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Bank and Trust Building
D J POWERS American Building
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street
Custom House Brokers
W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Bank and Trust Building
E L MOBLEY 215 Morel Building
D J POWERS American Building J W TARVER Arcade Building DONALD R WINTER 1518 Healey Bldg
Atlanta Georgia
Consuls
BRAZIL
Jack M Sayler V consul H DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen V consul H
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Jack M Sayler Consul H
FINLAND
A G Van Schaick V consul H FRANCE
Edwin J Middleton Consular agent H
GERMANY
F A O Bahre Consul H ITALY
Joseph M Cafiero Consular agent H NETHERLANDS
A G Van Schaick V consul H SWEDEN
L Roy Riddick V consul H VENEZUELA
Sr PrietoHopkins Consul C H Honorary C Career
Georgia Ports Authoritys Solicitation Offices
SAVANNAH P 0 Box 1039 ADams 61561 Teletype 9123543499 J D HOLT
Executive Director
JAMES I NEWSOME JR Savannah Director of Operations
BRUNSWICK P O Box 1758 AMherst 58500 Teletype 9122655138 CECIL G GNANN
NEW YORK 233 Broadway COrtlandt 75731 Teletype 2125711312 GEORGE EGGERT
CHICAGO ATLANTA
224 So Michigan 1131 HeaIeY BldSJAckson 51595 HArrison 78478 I r
Teletype 4045271034
FRED WHELAN CLAUDE NEWMAN
BONN GERMANY 532 BonnBad Godesberg Ruengsdorfer Strasse 53 b Telephone
Bad Godesberg 69344 LAURENCE W MAGRATH
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA 2 Adgers Wharf Phone RA 22921 SAVANNAH GEORGIA Ocean Terminal Building Phone ADams 23151 BRUNSWICK GEORGIA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA State Docks Building 3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone 2657588 Phone ELgin 57671
SOUTHER IN SHIPPI NG COMPANY
SHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
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GEORGIA
ANCHOR
VOLUME 6 NUMBERS 3 AND 4 MARCHAPRIL 1965
Editor BOB NOBLE
Associate Editor JIM BISSON
Official publication of the Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 Savannah Georgia Telephone AD 61561 Advertising rates furnished on request
The Georgia Ports Authority operates the following ocean terminals Brunswick State Docks Brunswick Ga Savannah State Docks Garden City and Ocean Terminals Savannah Ga and the following inland barge ports Augusta State Docks Augusta Ga Bainbridge State Docks Bainbridge Ga and Columbus State Docks Columbus Ga
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
The Georgia Public Service Commission 4
Southern Railway Names Douglas ID Veep 8
MTMTS Activated as Army Single Manager Agency 9
Transportation Thesis Highlights Port of Savannah 9
Editorial Clarification of FBI Covers the Waterfront 11
Deepwater Terminals Work Around the Clock 12
4 Million Expansion Gets Underway at Ocean Terminal 18
Seagoing CAT Machines 20
Hawaiis King of Fruits 24
Atlanta Transportation Club Installs Officers 26
Regular Departments
Noble Comments from the Editors Desk 3
PhotooftheMonth Contest 10
Directory of Port Services 27
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
MEMBERS OF THE AUTHORITY
Robert C Norman Augusta Chairman W D Trippe Cedartown Vice Chairman Howell Hollis Columbus Thomas M Johnson Savannah Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie Secretary
A M Harris Sr Brunswick Anton F Solms Jr Savannah Attorney
NOBLE COMMENTS from the Editors Desk
1621 an average familys grocery bill for a weeks supply of bacon and eggs bread milk coffee cereal fruit juice baby food washing powder vegetables meat etc
1621 the average monthly cost of utilities to heat cool and operate the various appliances of an average size home occupied by an average size family in an average size community
1621 the average cost of monthly transportation gasoline and hus fare to get the members of an average size family to and from work school church PTA piano lessons etc In an average size community of course
And 1621 is also one of the most beneficial averages enjoyed by the citizens of every portoriented community and state
Youll find the full impact on page 18
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
THE COVER
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James 1 Newsome Jr Savannah Director oj Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude Newman Atlanta Director of Commerce and Traffic
Bob Noble Savannah Director of Public Relations and Advertising
COMINGNEXT ISSUE
GEORGIA PORTS ATLANTAS TAPROOTS TO THE WORLD A look at the importance of this expanding metropolis and its relation to world trade manufacturing distribution and finance
MEET THE DEEP FREEZE KING The cool facts regarding the Georgia Ports Authoritys 650000 cold storage warehouse now in operation at its Garden City Terminal in Savannah
BAINBRIDGE BIRTHDAY FOR SOUTHERN NITROGEN A progress report on the construction of Southern Nitrogen Companys 35 million chemical fertilizer manufacturing and distribution facility now nearing completion at GPAs inland barge terminal on the Flint River
GEORGIA
ANCHORAGE
Activity at the Georgia Ports Authoritys deepwater terminals Brunswick and Savannah has been on an Around the Clock basis as cargo stalled by the recent I LA dock strike once again flows to world markets A six page pictorial review begins on page 12
Georgia AnchorAge is published monthly on the 10th of each month and distributed third class mail to over 8000 readers All copy and pictures may be used by others however it would be appreciated if a credit line is given to Georgia AnchorAge For materials concerning any of the slate ports facilities please address inquiries to the Savannah office co Director of Public Relations Advertising rales furnished upon request Editorial and Advertising Offices P O Box 1039 Savannah Georgia
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Crawford L Pilcher Chairman of the Georgia Public Service Commission atlended Emory University is a native of Warrenton Georgia and has served three terms in the House of Representatives of the General Assembly and one term in the Georgia Senate
Prior to his appointment to the Commission he served for approximately three years as legal counsel for the body
During that time as attorney for the Commission he won every Commission case that was carried to court
Mr Pilcher was appointed to the Com
mission in 1953 and has served as its Chairman since 1961 In 1960 he served as Chairman of the National Association of Railroad and Utilities Commissioners
Special Committee to study natural gas rate problems
THE
GEORGIA
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Ben T Wiggins vicechairman has been a member of the Georgia Public Service Commission since 1957 A native of Augusta he attended Spartanburg Junior College the Atlanta Division of the University of Georgia and the Atlanta Law School He is a member of the Georgia Bar Association
After serving in World War II with the 15th Air Force in North Africa and Italy he practiced law in Toccoa He was a member of the Georgia House of Representatives from Stephens County from 1951 to 1954 In 1955 he was named Executive Secretary to the Governor
Mr Wiggins serves as chairman of the important Communications Problems Committee of the National Association of Railroad and Utilities Commissioners
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F the people for the people and by the people are the watchwords of the Georgia Public Service Commission No other agency of the State is as interwoven into the daily lives of Georgia citizens as is the Commission
DUTIES
The Georgia Public Service Commission is charged with the duty of regulating the intrastate rates and services of all of the States rail truck and bus transportation companies and telephone telegraph electric and gas utilities In fixing the rates of these companies the Commission is required by law to make investigations conduct public hearings and determine the fair value of the property used in the performance of the public service for which a reasonable rate of return is fixed
In short the Commission serves as umpire and referee between the public utilities and the transportation companies and the people Any citizen of the State who uses the services of any public utility or transportation company has the right to call upon the Public Service Commission at any time to investigate any rate or service in dispute between that citizen and the utility or transportation company involvedthousands do each year

Waller R McDonald the Dean of the Georgia Public Service Commission was graduated from the University of Georgia in 1914 with a Bachelor of Laws degree and began the practice of law in his home town of Augusta
He was elected to the Georgia House of Representatives from Richmond County and served from 1917 to 1922 when he was elected to the Commission In 1964 he was elected to his eighth consecutive sixyear term on the State regulatory body
When the Southern Governors Conference was organized in the 1930s Mr McDonald was elected Executive Secretary He now serves that organization as Director of the Freight Rate Section
He is President of the Southeastern Association of Railroad and Utilities Commissioners and Past President of the National Association of Railroad and Utilities Commissioners in which organization he now serves on the Executive Committee and as Chairman of the Committee on Railroad Problems
He is a member of the Stale Democratic Executive Committee and was a delegate to the 1964 Democratic National Convention
William H Kimbrough a member of the Commission for four years wasi born in Greensboro Georgia and is a graduate of the Southern Business College and the Atlanta Law School For several years he was an Attorney in Atlanta and McRae Georgia During World War II he served in the Pacific Theatre Okinawa and also in Korea and was an Agent for CounterIntelligence Corps
For ihrpe years Mr Kimbrough was Executive Secretary to Governor Herman Talmadge He served as Member and later as Chairman of the Georgia Stale Board of Pardons and Paroles for eight years
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TRANSPORTATION
In the field of transportation the Commission regulates the intrastate rates and services of 34 railroad companies including the Georgia Ports Authoritys Savannah State Docks Railroad and some 600 truck and bus companies which operate under intrastate certificates In addition all interstate motor carriers operating to from or through Georgia are required to register with the Commission their
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Alpha A Fowler Jr presently serving his first term on the Public Service Commission has served seven terms in the House of Representatives in the State Legislature representing Douglas County
A graduate of the University of Georgia College of Agriculture he served in Italy during World War II as a B17 Squadron Commander
Mr Fowler has served as Adjutant General of the Slate as well as Stale Director of Selective Service He is past Stale president of the College of Agriculture Alumni Association and a past president of the Georgia Poultry Federation He has also served as a member of the Slate Extension Advisory Committee
MARCHAPRIL 1965
Coordination of the rates and services of the States transportation network requires regular staff conferences such as that here conducted by David O Benson Director of the Commissions Transportation Rates Division
Frank G Heald Director of the accounting rate and finance section of the Utilities Division discusses with the members of his section current programs for analyses of utility rate presentations
Members of the Utilities Division staff being briefed by R B Alford Chief Utilities Engineer during one of regular staff meetings held for discussions of revised rules and regulations affecting utility customers
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Typical view of Public Service Commission hearing Over 400 such hearings were held last year
operating routes file evidence of insurance coverage and license their equipment for identification purposes There are more than a thousand of these interstate carriers now so registered
UTILITIES
In the field of utility services the Commission oversees the intrastate operations of the States electric gas telegraph and telephone utilities and has actively fostered the spread of these utility services throughout the State
DON LAWRENCE Chief Law Enforcement
The Commission has taken a leading part in regional and national organizations dealing with regulation of transportation and utility operations The Commission led the Souths fight for freight rate equality and is continually actively participating in interstate transportation and utility proceedings to protect the interests of Georgia and the South Members of the Commission hold important positions with committees of the National Association of Railroad and Utilities Commissioners and through those national committees strive
A O RANDALL Executive Secretary
to improve utility and transportation services and reduce the costs thereof
The Commission performs all these functions with an extremely small staff and a remarkably low operating budget Although the work load of the Commission has increased tenfold the Commission has substantially the same number of employees it had 20 years ago The secret behind accomplishing so much work with such a small force lies in the efficient organization of the Commission and the highly specialized technical training of its staff
ROBERT N FELLOWS Fiscal Officer
Established 1886
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OFFICES SAVANNAH GEORGIA BRUNSWICK GEORGIA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA PORT EVERGLADES FLORIDA MIAMI FLORIDA PENSACOLA FLORIDA MOBILE ALABAMA NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA GALVESTON TEXAS HOUSTON TEXAS DALLAS TEXAS KANSAS CITY KANSAS ST LOUIS MISSOURI CHICAGO ILLINOIS CINCINNATI OHIO MEMPHIS TENNESSEE ATLANTA GEORGIA
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Southern Railway lames Douglas ID Veep
An Atlanta executive Allen H Douglas has been named vice president in charge of industrial development for Southern Railway and the Central of Georgia Railway
Douglas headquarters will remain in Atlanta He formerly was assistant vice president industrial development and he succeeds the late Harrell L Perkins
In announcing the elevation of Douglas D W Brosnan president o f Southern praised Perkins as having been one of the ablest men in the industrial development field Douglas whose loss
will be keenly felt
We are very fortunate Brosnan added to have in Allen Douglas a man who is equally competent to carry forward vigorously our industrial development program in behalf of the South we are privileged to serve
A native of Savannah Douglas attended Duke University and the University of Georgia Active for a number of years in industrial development work Douglas is president of the Southern Industrial Development Council a member of the American Industrial Development Council and the Industrial Development Council of Georgia State Chamber of Commerce
PORTS
PERSON A
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MTMTS Activa Single Maua
The Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service MTMTS was formally activated in February as a major field command of the Department of the Army
In a special ceremony at the Pentagon
Honorable Stephen Ailes Secretary of the Army presented Major General John J Lane U S Army general orders activating MTMTS General Lane also received special orders naming him Commander of MTMTS and Executive Director for Military Traffic Land Transportation and Common User Ocean Terminals
MTMTS is an amalgamation of the Defense Traffic Management Service
Army vehicles arrive at Georgia Ports j
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PROGRESS

iyated As Army niager Agency
DTMS the Army Terminal Commands the Army and Navy commonuser ocean terminals the Air Traffic Coordinating Offices of the Army Navy and Air Force and other key traffic management functions previously performed by the Military Services
Its operational mission is to manage the utilization of commercial transportation for military cargo and personnel in the continental United States and to operate and manage all military ocean terminals except those used by the Navy in support of the fleet In addition to a National Headquarters in Washington D C MTMTS has three Area Commands
a Ports Authoritys Garden City Terminal in Savannah
WilMmsen Lines
C W Huneke left export traffic manager Ralston Purina Company reviews thesis with companys employee R A Siddens
Transportation Thesis Highlights Port of Savannah
Robert A Siddens traffic department employee of Ralston Purina in St Louis has been recently honored for an original thesis on the Port of Savannah
An employee of Purina since 1958 Siddens thesis was written in connection with a transportation course at Washington University in St Louis Missouri
Siddens has been attending night school at the University since January 1959 majoring in Business Administration He will graduate in June of this year with a Bachelor of Science degree
The Purina traffic employee said he chose the Port of Savannah for his thesis because of the tremendous growth and development of the port as it relates to expanding market potentials throughout the South Atlantic and Midwestern areas
Portside
Kerr Steamship Company Inc of New York has acquired a financial interest in the Stevens Shipping Co of Savannah Ga and is assuming an active role in Stevens management according to an announcement by Cortland D Linder Kerr president
Under the new arrangement Charles B Ballard veteran shipping executive who was southern district manager for Kerr in Los Angeles has been transferred to Savannah to serve as executive vice president of the 35yearold shipping firm
Herrin Transportation Company with headquarters in Houston Texas recently announced its plan to extend operations into the State of Georgia Authority was granted by the Interstate Commerce Commission in MC 1124 Sub 174 as a result of a convenience and necessity hearing completed over two years ago
Arrangements are being made to open terminal facilities at Albany Brunswick Macon and Savannah Georgia with plans to open additional facilities in the future Authority includes the right to serve over 200 towns and communities in Georgia on and south of Highway 80
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WINNER
David Beatty 43 Ariine Dr Savannah Ga
YOUR FAVORITE PHOTOGRAPH MAY BE WORTH FIVE DOLLARS
Just Fishing should bring back envious memories
Mr Beatty used a 20mm lens on his Leica so as not to disturb the young Izaak Walton
Next month our photo contest will be an open category Any good photograph regardless of subject matter will be eligible The subject is up to you
Mail your favorite picture today You may win 500
CONTEST RULES
Only blackandwhite photographs 3y2 x 4y2 inches or larger will be eligible Photos must be related to subjectofthemonth as indicated for the following issue
Unfortunately photographs can not be returned
AND REGULATIONS
unless accompanied by a selfaddressed postage paid envelope
Deadline for Entries Will Be the First of Each Month
MAIL YOUR FAVORITE PHOTOGRAPH TODAY
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EDITORIAL CLARIFICATION
of
FBI Covers the Waterfront
In the article entitled FBI Covers the Waterfront appearing in the February 1965 issue of Georgia AnchorAge Schuster Naval Stores Company of Savannah was not the firm found guilty of the tariff law violation described
To the contrary personnel of Schuster Naval Stores Company provided invaluable assistance to the FBI in their investigation of the case
Although last months article emphasizing the lack of pilferage at Georgias ports did not mention the names of any individuals or importing firms involved the reproduction of a photograph showing a reel of steel cable used as evidence in the case may have resulted in the misconception that Schuster Naval Stores Company was the guilty party since the reel was initially consigned to their company
The actual violation removal of foreign markings took place without the knowledge of Schuster Naval Stores Company after the steel cable was purchased from them by an industrial supply firm
The Georgia Ports Authority is aware of the unimpeachable reputation of Schuster Naval Stores Company and the continuing contribution it is making to the growth of the Port of Savannah
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JL IME waits for no man each tick of the clock every 60 seconds saw nearly seven tons of cargo moved over the docks of the Georgia Ports Authoritys Brunswick and Savannah terminals following the prolonged ILA strike Over 416 tons per hour totaling a fantastic 10000 tons every 24 hours is the pace being set at the GPA facilities
This work load was anticipated to be a nightmare to all involved To all involved that is but top GPA management Working with the precision of a well programed IBM computer plans were made moves were anticipated and all personnel briefed for the countdown
Did it pay off Youre darned right it did Cargo flow through the GPA terminals during this critical time was the smoothest in the nation
MARCH APRIL 1965
Transit shed at Brunswick chockablock with wood pulp chemicals and dried milk
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Full house at the GPAs Garden City Terminal
Terminal a winning hand in anybodys game
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Truck and rail movements reach alltime high
Lumber to the Mediterranean area
Another winner three of a kind at Brunswick three United States Lines vessels dockside
Heavy equipment to Australia
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MARINE TERMINALS
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One call to the Trust Companys International Department connects you with the Southeasts most complete most experienced foreign banking service Here highlytrained specialists in foreign commerce and finance work directly with you in establishing more favorable transactionsprovide fulltime followup in assuring more profitable results Backing the service is the Trust Companys entire fullservice banking organization plus a network of valuable contacts throughout the south the nation and the free world Remember when your world trading interests include the Southeastern US make your first port of call the Trust Company It makes the others more profitable
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Ocean Terminal Savannah
4 MILLION EXPANSION GETS
Vonstruction is now underway on the Georgia Ports Authoritys new 4 million expansion at its Ocean Terminal in Savannah Robert C Norman GPA Chairman predicts the new facility will boost the areas economy by 4376700 annually
The terminals three new berths are expected to handle approximately 270000 tons of cargo per year based on our present average said Norman When multiplied by 1621 which is the average revenue a ton of general cargo contributes to the overall economy of a port area it is easy to see why this new facility will be one of Georgias greatest assets
Projected over a 10year period the operation of Ocean Terminal will pump more than 43 million dollars into the circulating economy of the state This is equal to the payroll of several large size industries
DOLLAR VALUE PER TON TO AREA ECONOMY
A comparison of the actual dollar and cents contribution in the different categories follows
Revenue Per Ton
Port and Terminal Expenditures 92
Pilotage Tug Hire Line Running Dockage
Government Charges03
Immigration Service Entrance and Clearance Fees
Labor 744
Stevedoring Clerking Checking Cleaning Carpenter
Repairs 03
Supplies 156
Dunnage Doctor Laundry Chandler
Bunkers 17
Coal Oil Water
Miscellaneous Vessel Disbursements 18
Port Terminal Income 242
Car Loading and Unloading Handling and Storage Demurrage Rail and Motor Freight Revenue Credited to Area 193
Vessel Crew Expenditures in Area33
Auxiliary Services 120
Steamship Agents Foreign Freight Forwarders Custom House Brokers
Public Warehouse Companies Marine Insurance Companies Foreign Departments of Area Banks
TOTAL AVERAGE REVENUE FROM
A TON OF GENERAL CARGO 1 621
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SITE OF
NEW CONSTRUCTION
UNDERWAY
Proud Addition to Savannah Facilities
The values enumerated in the accompanying chart are direct revenue which would not be a part of the area economy without a port to attract the business said Norman
The current expansion will increase the capacity of the GPA Ocean Terminal by 33 13 percent In addition to the three new deepwater berths there is also being constructed a 93000 square foot transit shed
This modern new facility will be a proud addition to our Savannah facilities said GPA Chairman Norman We are delighted that current and projected tonnage through the port of Savannah has made this expansion necessary
With the activation of the new facilities at Ocean Terminal in 1966 the Georgia Ports Authority will have 20 deepwater berths in operation at the port of Savannah
A great and growing market on the move
South Africa is on the move and so is Safmarine More and more modern services and facilities are part of a growth pattern at Safmarine that continually enlarges the picture of what we are doing for shippers and consignees in terms of their needs their convenience and their greater profitability in moving goods
Dependable fast regular service
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Seagoing CAT Machines
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Caterpillar Tractor Co Plant Peoria Illinois
4 WORLDWIDE SALES EXCEED I BILLION DOLLARS IN 1964
Since its organization in 1925 Caterpillar Tractor Co has been among the nations leading exporters
Sales to customers outside the United States in 1964 were 5257 million 27 percent higher than 1963 This figure represents 45 percent of the total consolidated Caterpillar sales in 1964 which totaled 116 billion an increase of 20 percent over the preceding year
Many of these Seagoing Cat Machines manufactured in the United States were exported to world markets through the facilities of the Georgia Ports Authoritys Garden City terminal located in Savannah
Plant Locations
An overall look at domestic plants and products indicate the extent of Caterpillars postwar development and growth
Manufacturing operations are conducted at nine U S plants East Peoria Aurora Decatur Joliet and Mossville near Peoria Illinois Davenport Iowa Milwaukee Wis
consin San Leandro California and York Pennsylvania All of these plants operate at full capacity throughout the year
Caterpillar manufactures six models of crawler tractors two wheel tractorbulldozers five rubbertired and four tracktype loaders four pipelayers one offhighway rear dump truck six motor graders nine rubber tired tractorscrapers and 45 industrial engine configurations
Sales sevice and manufacturing within the continental United States are administered by the parent company Caterpillar Tractor Co which will in early 1967 move into a new multistory headquarters and general office building to be built in downtown Peoria Illinois
Separately organized whollyowned subsidiaries are responsible for all sales service and manufacturing outside the United States Geographically these organizations cover all portions of the free world
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Decatur Illinois plant is only one oI nine U S plants conducting manufacturing operations
MARCHAPRIL 1965
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Caterpillar D9G tractor largest crawler in the indi
A Cat Machine For Every Need
Caterpillar equipment users have played a major role in the history of a dynamic industry Today they are working on civilian and military projects building long new ribbons of pavement and vital farmtomarket roads laying pipelines in an everexpanding web clearing streets and buildings dams airports and levees
Seagoing Cat Machines are also found tilling and terracing farm lands working in deserts forests and ice lands erecting bridges and buildings and powering crushers cotton gins shrimp boats and public utilities
Wherever there is construction progress or a need for dependable diesel power there will likely be found a Caterpillar product or work accomplished by a Caterpillar
customer
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A Caterpillar 641 TractorScraper unit is tandem push loaded by two Cat D9G Traci
Cal No 12E Motor Grader levels the Urea
Second gasoline Caterpillar built in 1908 demonstrates horsepower of its own
Russell Motor Patrol engineered in 1919 from a farm tractor power unit and a lightweight highway maintainer
10ton Caterpillar tractor built in early twenties by the Holt Manufacturing Company Stockton California clears ground at Soldiers Field Chicago 1924

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Now its both safe and easy for Southeastern exporters to offer credit on overseas sales thanks to this new service of the CS International Banking Department CS is the first bank in the Southeast to offer Export Factoring a service that provides up to 100 per cent guarantee against commercial and political risks on export receivables
If you are now exporting it will pay you to investigate other advantages of this new CS service For full details call or write
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COR PORATION
To some Hawaii means swaying palms sandy beaches and smiling hula girls To others it invokes the memory of pineapple the states second most important agricultural crop whose tangy fragrance is carried far and wide by Hawaiis famous trade winds
Hawaii produces about 50 percent of the worlds canned pineapple and 75 percent of the worlds canned pineapple juice The state produces 30 million cases of pineapple products a year If the cans packed by the Hawaiian pineapple industry were laid end to end they would outline the United Statesborders coastline and allfive times
DOLE one of the six pineapple companies in the state and a name synonymous with Hawaiian pineapple is the worlds largest producer of pineapple and operator of the worlds largest fruit cannery The company packs 40 percent of Hawaiis production
Savannah to Honolulu
The Dole cannery where the golden fruit is put into the can sprawls over 56 acres in the heart of Honolulus industrial district Through this vast plant are processed 215 million pineapples each year These pineapples alone fill enough cans
ABOVE Walking along the rows harvesters select the fully ripe fruit pick it remove the crown and place the pineapple on a conveyor belt which extends before them from the mechanical harvester BELOW The fruit cylinders from Ginaca machines move on conveyors to the trimmers who remove bits of skin left by Ginaca machines and discard all fruit that does not conform to Doles high quality standards
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KNG of FRUITS
to stretch between Savannah Ga and Honolulu four times
Doles two plantations with millions of plants standing in sweeping rows cover 30000 acres on the companyowned island of Lanai and rural Oahu This acreage constitutes 40 per cent of the states total pineapple lands
Mainland USA is Hawaiis principal market for pineapple products and about 60 percent of this market lies in the Eastern half of the United States Many millions of cases of Hawaiian pineapple are loaded along the waterfronts of the states ports into ocean freighters for the voyage to Gulf and Atlantic ports Some of this tonnage enters through the Port of Savannah
The sunblessed islands of Hawaii are today truly the home of the pineapple Producing pineapple is part of the states basic economy It is as important to Hawaiis people as wheat to Kansas cotton to Louisiana oil to Texas or peaches to Georgia Some 23000 people make their living in the pineapple industry
A huge water tower shaped like a pineapple and towering over the Dole cannery is a conspicuous part of the Honolulu skyline and an everpresent reminder to visitor and resident alike of Hawaiis Kin of Fruits
Cases of Dole pineapple juice swing inio overseas ships for delivery to world markets Hawaii produces approximately 55 per cent of the worlds supply of pineapple
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SHIP AGENTS
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OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING PO Box 1639 Phone ADams 23151
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
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Atlanta Transportation Club Officers Elected
Seated left to right are George Boggs of the Citizens Southern Bank Atlanta Mr McWaters Ross Prater of Atlantic Steel Co first vicepresident of the Transportation Club Mr Clark the new president of the club William Sorrell of New Dixie Lines second vicepresident Charles Kraus of the Southern Classification Committee secretarytreasurer and Col Avery the master of ceremonies Standing Rex Anderson of the Milwaukee Road A1 Samsel of Transcon Lines Royce Richardson of the Kroger Co Herman Taylor of the J M Tull Metals Co Jim Cherry of Carolina Freight Carriers Corp Ray Massey of the Central of Georgia Railway and Mr Little the installing officer Messrs Boggs Anderson Samsel Richardson Taylor Cherry and Massey are directors of the club another director Dr Waller Kramer of Georgia State College was absent when the photograph was taken
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING COMPANY
Steamship Agents Forwarding Agents Stevedores
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TWX9123544119 Phone AD 48886
DIXIE STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC
206 East Bay Street Savannah Georgia
Steamship Agents Stevedores TWX 9123542719 Telephone AD45358
Nothing Covers The South Like Dixie Dew
Transportation executives from distant places including one from California were among those present at the installation dinner for the new officers of the Transportation Club of Atlanta the night of January 11 in the Dinkier Hotel at which C David Clark southern advertising manager for TRAFFIC WORLD and for Transportation and Distribution Management took office as president of the club succeeding Roy McWaters of the Illinois Central Railroad
The guest speaker at the dinner was E F Hamm Jr president of the Traffic Service Corp Washington D C the publisher of TRAFFIC WORLD and T D M he was introduced by Charles B Clark of Stamford Conn director of advertising of those publications vicepresident of the Traffic Service Corp and father of C David Clark
Col William Avery regional commander of the Defense Traffic Management Service Atlanta was the master of ceremonies and Hugh Little of the Georgia Marble Co was the installing officer The new club officers and seven of the eight members of its board of directors are pictured above
SAVANNAH
PILOTS
ASSOCIATION
228 EAST BAY PO BOX 1266
Phone AD 60226
Anderson Shipping Co
303 American Building Savannah Georgia
Foreign Freight Brokers and Forwarders
CABLE ANSHIPCO TWX 9123541001 PO BOX 794 Phone AD 60259
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Directory of Port Services for Savannah and Brunswick
Savannah enjoys regular steamship service to the United Kingdom and European ports the Mediterranean ports South African South American and the Far Eastern
ports Many of these vessels call at Brunswick A Consolidated Sailing Schedule is available from the Savannah District Authority P O Box 768 Savannah Ga
Shipping Companies
DIXIE STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC 206 E Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 D rayton Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Company Bldg
TARVER SHIPPING COMPANY 105107 E Bay Street TROSDAL SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank and Trust Company
Barge Service IntraCoastal
C G WILLIS INC Pauisboro N J
Barge Service Inland
MERRY BROTHERS Augusta Georgia
Stevedores
DIXIE STEVEDORING CO INC 206 E Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street ROBERTS MARTIN W 105107 E Bay Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 E Bay Street
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Co Bldg
Foreign Freight Forwarders
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO American Building W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building
Foreign Freight Forwarders
continued
J K EBBERWEIN 126 W Bay JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Bank and Trust Building
D J POWERS American Building
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street
Custom House Brokers
W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Bank and Trust Building
E L MOBLEY 215 Morel Building
D J POWERS American Building J W TARVER Arcade Building DONALD R WINTER 1518 Healey Bldg
Atlanta Georgia
Consuls
BRAZIL
Jack M Sayler V consul H DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen V consul H
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Jack M Sayler Consul H
FINLAND
A G Van Schaick V consul H FRANCE
Edwin J Middleton Consular agent H
GERMANY
F A O Bahre Consul H ITALY
Joseph M Cafiero Consular agent H NETHERLANDS
A G Van Schaick V consul H SWEDEN
L Roy Riddick V consul H VENEZUELA
Sr PrietoHopkins Consul C
H Honorary C Career
Georgia Ports Authoritys Solicitation Offices
SAVANNAH I BRUNSWICK
P 0 Box 1039 ADams 61561 Teletype 91235434991 J D HOLT Executive Director I
P 0 Box 1758 AMherst 58500 Teletype 9122655138 CECIL G GNANN
NEW YORK 233 Broadway COrtlandt 75731 Teletype 2125711312
CHICAGO 224 So Michigan HArrison 78478
GEORGE EGGERT FRED WHELAN
ATLANTA 1131 Healey Bldg JAckson 51595 Teletype 4015271034 CLAUDE NEWMAN
BONN GERMANY 532 Bonn Bad Godesberg Ruengsdorfer Strasse 53 b Telephone
Bad Godesberg 69344 LAURENCE W MAGRATH
JAMES I NEWSOME JR Savannah Director of Operations
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA 2 Adgers Wharf Phone RA 22921 SAVANNAH GEORGIA Ocean Terminal Building Phone ADams 23151 BRUNSWICK GEORGIA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA State Docks Building 3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone 2657588 Phone ELgin 57671
SOUTHER N SHIPPI NG COMPANY
SHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
MARCHAPRIL 1965
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GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Savannah Georgia
SAVANNAH NEW YORK CHICAGO ATLANTA BONN GERMANY
P 0 Box 1039 233 Broadway 224 So Michigan 1131 Healey Bldg 532 Bad GodesbergBonn
ADams 61561 COrtlandt 75731 HArrison 78478 JAckson 51595 Ruengsdorfer Strasse 53 b
Teletype 9123543499 Teletype 2125711312 FRED WHELAN Teletype 4045271034 Telephone
J D HOLT GEORGE EGGERT or I CLAUDE NEWMAN Bad Godesberg 69344
Executive Director JOSEPH C DOWNING LAURENCE W MAGRATH
KENNICKELL PRINTING COMPANY SAVANNAH GEORGIA
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MAY 1965
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Drum filling facilities available
Can load and unload deep tank vessels from five berths
Deep water facilities for bulk liquids consisting of 1235000 barrels of storage
Experienced personnel
No investment required
Can receive store and ship via ocean tankers barges rail and truck
Served by 5 railroads 50 truck lines 105 steamship lines
Gateway to the Southeast Midwest and the world
Storage For All Types Vegetable Oils and Chemicals
We invite you to select Strategic Savannah Gateway to the burgeoning Southeast and the world We boast the largest deepwater terminal storage facility in the Southeast Our services are prompt efficient and reasonable Tankage is immediately available for any commodity that flows We invite your inquiry your inspection and your business
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SOUTHLAND TERMINALS
Division of
SOUTHLAND OIL CORPORATION
P O Box 7036 SAVANNAH GEORGIA
Phone Area Code 9122362447 TWX 9123549000
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GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE AND COLUMBUS
THE
EXECUTIVES
CORNER
By J D Holt
We are hopeful that our official publication The Georgia AnchorAge has provided you with interesting and informative material on our Georgia Ports I Authoritys activi ties The success of this magazine in large degree is due
Hvf Jtttm to effrts of Bob holt Noble our Public Relations Director who has worked diligently to convey the Georgia ports story to its 8000 readers
Bob is leaving our organization and we wish him much success in his new endeavors and a hearty Well Done
Our newly appointed Public Relations Director Jim Bisson who has worked for the past two years with Bob as associate editor assumes his new duties as the AnchorAge skipper with this issue We feel sure that Jim will continue to present to you our readers and customers a factual and interesting account of the vast GPA operations
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert C Norman Augusta Chairman W D Trippe Cedartown Vice Chairman Howell Hollis Columbus Thomas M Johnson Savannah Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie Secretary
A M Harris Sr Brunswick Anton F Solms Jr Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude Newman Atlanta Director of Commerce and Traffic
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
VOLUME 6 NUMBER 5 MAY 1965
JIM BISSON Editor
Official publication of the Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 Savannah Georgia Telephone AD 61561 Advertising rates furnished on request
Page
DEEP FREEZE KING 4
GENERAL CARGO COLUMBUS 11
ATLANTAS TAPROOTS TO THE WORLD 14 SOUTHERN NITROGEN ON THE GROW 18 INTERNATIONAL SEAMENS HOUSE 22 SAILING SCHEDULE 23
DIRECTORY OF PORT SERVICES 27
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
THE COVER
We present an old friend in a new dress We hope you are pleased with our new look Speaking of looks our cover cutie is visibly impressed with our cool cargoes For the cold facts on this new GPA service see page 4
Georgia AnchorAge is published monthly on the 10th of each month and distributed third class mail to over 8000 readers All copy and pictures may be used by others however it would be appreciated if a credit line is given to The Georgia Ports Authority
MAY 1965
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Meet
IH
the deep freeze King
Georgia peanuts never had it so cool as they await overseas shipment
The long awaited portoriented cold storage FACILITY IS NO LONGER A DREAM OF SHIPPERS BUT NOW A REALITY STOCKPILED WITH FROZEN COMMODITIES BUILT AT A COST OF 650000 BY THE GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY THE NEW FACILITY IS THE LATEST WORD FOR SHIPPINGS COOL CARGOES FEATURING TWO ROOMS OF REFRIGERATED SPACE EACH CONTAINING OVER 400000 CUBIC FEET OF STORAGE ONE ROOM IS MAINTAINED AT 32 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT FOR COLD STORAGE AND THE OTHER KEPT AT A CHILLING 10 DEGREES FOR BLAST FREEZING THE NEW FACILITY IS OPERATED BY THE ATLANTIC COMPANY AN OLD HAND AT PLAYING IT COOL OPERATING 41 COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSES IN 30 KEY SOUTHEASTERN CITIES THE ATLANTIC COMPANY HAS NEARLY 30 MILLION CUBIC FEET OF REFRIGERATED SPACE COMMENTING ON THE NEW FACILITY DILLARD MUNFORD CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF THE ATLANTIC COMPANY SAID
Three high stage and three booster compressors by York Corp handle cooling and freezing loads for the new facility
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The new facility see arrow is strategically located for shipside commodities
The first shipment of Australian beef is loaded into the 402400 cubic foot 10 below storage room
THE CONSTRUCTION OF THIS MODERN REFRIGERATED WAREHOUSE AT THE PORT OF SAVANNAH IS A MOST PROGRESSIVE STEP IN THE ECONOMY OF OUR STATE AND ATLANTIC COMPANY IS PROUD TO BE A PARTNER WITH THE GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY IN OPERATING THIS NEW FACILITY DISCUSSING USAGE OF THE FACILITY ATLANTIC COMPANY OFFICIALS NOTED THAT GEORGIA ALREADY HAS A SIZEABLE SEAFOOD INDUSTRY AND THIS WILL BE FURTHER INCREASED WITH THE OPENING OF NEW MARKETS TO THIS GEORGIA PRODUCT IT WILL ALSO BE MUCH EASIER FOR GEORGIA GROWERS OF PECANS AND PEANUTS TO STORE AND EXPORT THEIR PRODUCTS FROM SAVANNAH THAN TO SHIP FROM SOME OTHER PORT THE GEORGIA POULTRY INDUSTRY WILL HAVE LESS FREIGHT TO ABSORB IN SHIPPING THEIR PRODUCTS THROUGH THE GEORGIA PORTS TO THE COMMON MARKETS CONSUMERS THUS SAVING MUCH TIME IN TRANSIT
MAY 1965
5
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the deep freeze King continued
The new 650000 cold storage facility has ample rail and truck loading areas
Fred H Faulk Branch Manager for Atlantic Companys Savannah port operations
Firsi
Fast fortnightly cargo service
to CURACAO MARACAIBO SANTO DOMINGO
ARUBA PUERTO CABELLO PORTAUPRINCE
LA GUAIRA TRINIDAD KINGSTON
PUERTO LIMON WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA
Accepting Cargo on Transshipment Bills of Lading to other Caribbean destinations
Agents
Savannah Jacksonville Port Everglades Miami also Cincinnati Memphis Atlanta Chicago St Louis and Kansas
CitySTRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Charleston CAROLINA SHIPPING COMPANY
New York FUNCH EDYE COMPANY INC
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Hoyal lelfieriands Steamship Company
25 Broadway New York 4 N Y
Atlanti d
FACTS AM FI
The Atlantic Company
now operates some 41
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storage locations for its custom ers
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is diversified in additio and operates over 200 convenien Markets has some 56 ice plant the Munford Company a whole opened 4 completely newipla
structed additions to nearly a do zen plants in 1965
is equipped in many loca dor
customers such as blast freezing consolidation services
has a fulltime traffic m ana
inbound and outbound shipme nts prompt handling of customer c rde ment
maintains their offices at
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41 old storage warehouses in 30 key Southrly 30 million cubic feet of space
rated storage for over 50 years le larg ost refrigerated warehouser in the nation ilitic s offering maximum flexibility and strategic ustom ers
idditio i to its refrigerated warehouses it owns ivenien e food stores EZ Food Shops and MaJik plants 46 Munford DoItYourself Stores and whole ale building supply company y new plants in 1964 modernized andor cony a do ien more and has plans for additional
ly loca ions to provide special services for its eezingl
special temperature rooms and freight
tffic in anager to assist their customers in both shiprne nts modern TWX equipment to assure mer c rders correspondence and product place
ices at
106 Washington Street Viaduct Atlanta 1
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First cool cargo 400000 pounds of Australian beef
Another firstfrom CSBank
export
factoring
service
eliminates credit losses protects against political risks speeds payments to exporters frees up working capital
Now its both safe and easy for Southeastern exporters to offer credit on overseas sales thanks to this new service of the CS International Banking Department CS is the first bank in the Southeast to offer Export Factoring a service that provides up to 100 per cent guarantee against commercial and political risks on export receivables
If you are now exporting it will pay you to investigate other advantages of this new CS service For full details call or write
INTERNATIONAL DEPARTMENT

THE CITIZENS SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Broad Marietta Streets Atlanta Georgia Phone5253811
NILSON MOTOR EXPRESS
DIRECT SERVICE Savannah Ga to and from Georgia South Carolina North Carolina and Virginia
1000000 CARGO INSURANCE PER UNIT GeorgiaInterstate Only
LARGE VANS AND OPEN TRUCKS OPERATING DAILY
Phone 2340035
DIXIE STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC
206 East Bay Street Savannah Georgia
Steamship Agents Stevedores TWX 9123542719 Telephone AD45358
Nothing Covers The South Like Dixie Dew
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Established 1886
SHIPPING
COMPANY
SHIP AGENTS AND STEVEDORES
OFFICES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA BRUNSWICK GEORGIA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA PORT EVERGLADES FLORIDA MIAMI FLORIDA PENSACOLA FLORIDA MOBILE ALABAMA NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA GALVESTON TEXAS HOUSTON TEXAS DALLAS TEXAS KANSAS CITY MISSOURI ST LOUIS MISSOURI CHICAGO ILLINOIS CINCINNATI OHIO MEMPHIS TENNESSEE ATLANTA GEORGIA
NEW YORK OFFICE
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OAS PORT CONFERENCE PERU
J D Holt Serves as Advisor To U S Representative
J D Holt executive director of the Georgia Ports Authority was designated by the U S State Department as an Advisor to this countrys representative at the Fifth Meeting of the Permanent Technical Committee on Ports Organization of American States held in Lima Peru last month
Howard J Marsden chief of the Division of Ports Maritime Administration and official U S Representative to the meeting expressed his appreciation and that of the U S Department of Commerce for Holts acceptance to serve in this important advisory capacity
As first vice president of the American Association of Port Authorities Holt also served as chief of that organizations delegation to the South American conference Represented on the committee in addition to the United States were Argentina Chile Colombia Costa Rica Mexico Peru Uruguay and Venezuela
Established as a permanent committee of the OAS in 1956 the specific purpose of the technical committee on ports is to promote the port improvement program of the nations of the Western Hemisphere
Among the highlights of the fiveday conference were discussions of port administration and development responsibilities of management and labor establishment of uniform and comparable port statistics and introduction of new terminal designs and cargo handling equipment and methods
In addition to the official delegates the conference was also attended by technical advisors and observers representing trade organizations from the nine participating countries
Editors Note The Anchor Age will feature next month an article on the OAS Conference
Bob Noble Director Advertising for the Geo resigned his GPA positit motion picture productk
J D Holt GPA Exe bisson that Jim Bisson Public F Ports Authority will assume the positk
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Noble joined the Ports Authority in employed as public relations director Savannah For many years he was news Savannah
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Bisson associated for several years w joined the GPA staff in September 15 news director for WSAV Television Sav
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Leaders oi the transportation industry gathered in Aihen sioner Walter R McDonald as the states Man of the Y University of Georgia Transportation Clubs President Hu tremendous contribution to the state Dr J Whitney Bu islralion praised Mr McDonald for his vigorous fight resulted with a uniform rating system being adopted n George Horton Professor of Transportation Mt
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March 1963 Prior to that time he was for the United Community Services in director for WTOC Radio and Television
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MAN OF THE YEAR
Georgia Iasi month lo honor Public Service Commisear in Transportation The award was presented by the gh T White for Mr McDonalds continuous service and niing dean of the Universitys School of Business Adminto end the disparity in NorthSouth freight rates which ationally in 1952 In the above photo left to right Dr
McDonald President White and Dean Bunting
MAY 1965
GENERAL REICHEL APPOINTED ARMY TRANSPORT DIRECTOR
Brig Gen M J Reichel has been appointed director of transportation of the Department of the Army
He will be the Army general staff adviser on transportation with responsibility for transportation and related transportation services for Armyresponsible movements
He has been commanding officer of the Tobyhanna Army Depot Tobyhanna Pennsylvania Prior to that he was commanding officer of the U S Army Terminal Command Atlantic in Brooklyn
He succeeds Maj Gen W N Redling who has been made commanding general of the army Transportation Center at Ft Eustis Va
GEN MONTGOMERY NAMED COMMANDING GENERAL EASTERN AREA MTMTS
Brig Gen A J Montgomery commanding general of the U S Army Atlantic Terminal Command has been named commanding general of headquarters Eastern area Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service
The Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service was recently activated as the Army single manager agency including three continental U S areas East Central and West
Gen Montgomerys area of responsibility now extends from approximately Maine to Mexico
One part of his command is the Savannah Outport which is an important part of Savannahs port complex
He has also been delegated command jurisdiction over Eastern and Southern traffic regions and operational control of the U S Army Terminal Command Atlantic and U S Army Terminal Command Gulf
His area of responsibility has been extended to include all states east of a line formed by the western boundaries of Ohio Kentucky Tennessee and Mississippi and gives him authority for arranging the movement of export traffic through Gulf and Great Lakes ports located within the central area
freighter
sailings
Frequent
You can rely on HOLLANDAMERICA
LINE
An important link in your freight chain is the frequency of freighter sailings to meet your rigid time requirements Our convenient monthly sailings assure you of reliable timing In so many waysyou can rely on
Agents

HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO Savannah and Atlanta
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KAWASAKI KISEN KAISHA LTD
FAST RELIABLE SERVICE
SAVANNAH TO
FAR EAST
calling Yokohama Kobe Nagoya Osaka Bangkok Singapore

Loads Savannah State Docks
SMITH KELLY COMPANY AGENTS
Ocean Terminal Building Savannah ADams 23151
LIRE STEAMSHIP COMPANY INC
GENERAL AGENTS
Clegg Bldg 51 Broad St New York 4 WHitehall 44450
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H G Cates
WINNER P O Box 2211
Atlanta Ga
Amsterdam No the occasion was the Sixteenth Annual Tulip Festival at Atlanta Georgias Hurt Park
The charming dancers are from a third grade class of Atlantas public schools
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TOWING
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MODERN TUGS OPERATED BY SEASONED PERSONNEL
ATLANTIC
TOWING
COMPANY
228 EAST BAY P O Box 136 SAVANNAH GEORGIA AD 28103
Night Phone AD 28105
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GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
General
Cargo
Columbus
GENERAL
CARGO
COLUMBUS
The first shipment of dry cargo one million 200 thousand pounds of DDT was discharged last month at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Columbus terminal
Although thousands of tons of petrochemicals and gasoline have flowed into the state facility consigned to the HowellWhitaker Oil Company installation this was the first shipment of general cargo to pass over the stateowned docks
The barge containing more than 600 tons of powdered DDT in 50pound bags was shipped from Houston Texas by the Diamond Alkali Company From Columbus the DDT Flake will be shipped directly to formulators within a four state area who will blend the Flake with various chemicals and retail the finished product to agricultural users The final product is an insecticide preparation used primarily on cotton
A spokesman for Diamond Alkali Company commented Admittedly this is a trial market but the opening of the waterway has made Columbus an ideal distribution point We anticipate to double our tonnage next year
Howell Hollis Georgia Ports Authority Board member cargo to arrive in his hometown via the Chatiahooch record which will be hard to beat in spite of inclerr
in nine hours
ent
act
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
MARINE TERMINALS
INDUSTRIAL PLANTS
COMPLETE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES STUDIES DESIGN CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION
LOCKWOOD GREENE ENGINEERS INC
MONTGOMERY BUILDING SPARTANBURG S C NEW YORK BOSTON
International trade through SE United States
Gall Trust Company of Georgia
for more profitable ports of nail
One call to the Trust Companys International Department connects you with the Southeasts most complete most experienced foreign banking service Here highlytrained specialists in foreign commerce and finance work directly with you in establishing more favorable transactionsprovide fulltime followup in assuring more profitable results Backing the service is the Trust Companys entire fullservice banking organization plus a network of valuable contacts throughout the south the nation and the free world Remember when your world trading interests include the Southeastern US make your first port of call the Trust Company It makes the others more profitable
INTERNATIONAL DEPARTMENT

Trust
Company
of Georgia
Where Banking is a Pleasure
Atlanta Ga USA Ph 4045887 694 AFFILIATES Augusta The First National Bank Trust Co Columbus The Fourth National Bank Macon The First National Bank Trust Co North Atlanta DeKalb National Bank of Brookhaven Rome The First National Bank Savannah The Liberty National Bank Trust Co Total Resources over 500000000 Members FDIC
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ATLANTAS TAP ROOTS
TO THE WORLD
The flow Savannah are
of exports and imports through Georgias two deepwater ports of Brunswick and a vital stem of life for the undisputed Capital of the Southeast Atlanta
Hub of Progress
Atlanta heart of the Southeast and pulse of the nation continues to grow in world leadership as it surges life into the rapidly expanding Southeastern market
Transportation has been the key to the phenomenal growth of fabulous Atlanta Situated in the center of the seven states constituting the southeastern market and only six hours away from the trade routes of the worldvia Georgia Ports Atlanta is not only the marshalling yard but the cash register to the regions 26361000 people
Atlanta has emerged as the largest city in the southeast with a unique role that of providing highly specialized servicesadministrative distributive educational financial and professional to the entire region All southeastern cities are experiencing rapid growth but the larger they grow the more they demand of the highly complex management center that Atlanta has become
Transportation Center of the South
Seven major railroads operate into and out of Atlanta over thirteen railway lines
More than ninetyone regulated fixed route trucking lines serve Atlanta with daily trucking schedules
Between the hours of 1100 in the morning and 200 in the afternoon Atlanta has the busiest airport in the world A total of more than 650 scheduled mail passenger and cargo planes arrive and depart daily
Each day more than 478000 tons of freight of every description are loaded to leave Atlanta or are unloaded to serve the citys needs
Wall Street of the South
In Metropolitan Atlanta there are more than 98 firms engaged in the complex ways of finance banking investments stocks and bonds savings and loans It is these firms and the story of their growth in relation to the rest of the Southeast that make Atlanta a vital center of commerce and trade the financial center of the Southeast
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Atlantas role as regional headquarters for fiscal affairs is fantastic Debits to demand deposit accounts a measure of the velocity of money have more than tripled in Atlanta during the past thirteen years rising to 347 billion in 1963 from 1950s 113 billion Atlanta has steadily pulled away from other major Southeastern cities in this important measure of financial activity but the widening of the gap has rapidly accelerated during the past five years so that Atlanta now nearly doubles the nearest regional competition New Orleans
Two other popular indicators of financial strength also place Atlanta in the first position Bank deposits with 14 billion as of June 30 1963 and 1963 bank clearings of 276 billion ranking the metropolitan area twelfth nationally in this latter measure of financial importance
Summing Up
Opie L Shelton the Atlanta Chamber of Commerces Vice President and General Manager recently described his Jolly Green Giant of the Southeast most aptly when he stated Any way you look at it Atlanta is a helluva city We wholeheartedly concur
Thai look of conienimeni on the above faces was no photographers trick ii is the result of a job well done Within twelve hours after startup the Bainbridge plant was producing Granular Fertilizer that was to specifications Left to right F D Smith production supervisor Landy New project engineer Ted Monlee plant manager and Ira Phillips manufacture supervisor pose proudly in front of the first shipment 50 tons of granular
fertilizer destined for Fidely Products Edison Georgia
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GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
The new look at the GPAs Bainbridge facility note anhydrous ammonia pipeline center of photo running to dockside
Bainbifidge Plant
THIEItNNllTItOGEII ON
Grow
The Southern Nitrogen Company Inc of Savannah is nearing completion of its new 23 million plant facilities at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Bainbridge inland port In addition to Southern Nitrogens investment the plant includes a 120000 square foot warehouse and two liquid storage tanks built by the GPA at a cost of 12 million Covering an area of over thirteen acres the vast chemical complex consists of a nitric acid plant and a granular fertilizer plant
The nitric acid plant will have an annual produc
tion capacity of 40000 tons The plant will produce manufacturing solutions which are used in the production of mixed fertilizers and direct application solutions which are applied directly to the crops The plant will receive through the state docks some 50000 tons of anhydrous ammonia annually The material will be shipped in by refrigerated barges from Air Products Company in New Orleans Louisiana
The granular fertilizer plant will have an annual production capacity of 100000 tons of mixed fer
MAY 1965
tilizers The mixed goods will be sold in both bulk and bag The warehouse to be used for storage of the bulk material is over 1000 feet long or more than three times the length of a football field
The plant will supply a large number of independent fertilizer manufacturers and dealers in Alabama Florida and Georgia Officials of Southern Nitrogen Company said the plant was necessary in order to meet the needs of a growing agricultural market in the Southeast and to ensure their customers of the products they need when they need them
Ted Monlee plant manager for Southern Nitrogens Bainbridge installation Left 8000 tons anhydrous ammonia storage tank with pipelines leading to GPA docks this tank is maintained at minus Sk 28 degrees
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
MAY 1965
Granulation plant where the first granulated fertilizer was processed and up to specification within twelve hours of startup
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nus Skilled workmen apply finishing touches to the solution plant which when completed will produce 100000 gallons of nitrogen solution every 24 hours
NEW INTERNATIONAL SEAMENS HOUSE
The International Seamens House operated by the Savannah Port Society incorporated in 1843 is an entirely new venture in seamens welfare in our seaports The emphasis of its activities and program will be for all seamen of all nationalities entering the port of Savannah
Erected by the Savannah Port Society at a cost of approximately 70000 the architecture is of colonial design with an exterior finish of tabby
The Chapel is named in honor of Mr Douglass Strobhar who has served as president of the Port Society for the past twenty years
The stained glass windows in the Chapel are from the old Bethel demolished in 1953 and date from 1895
The Rev Harry J Pearson will serve as ChaplainDirector and the Rev A Dale Umbreit will serve as Chaplain and Ship Visitor
A full program of recreational activities is being planned and the Ladies Auxiliary will have charge of each evenings entertainment Library writing room and other facilities essential to the needs of seamen ashore have been provided
The new facility located on beautiful Washington Square in downtown Savannah will be opened early in June
SERVING SINCE 1870
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING PO Box 1639 Phone ADams 23151
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
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Port of SAVANNAH saiugscduie
Compiled by SAVANNAH DISTRICT AUTHORITY SAVANNAHg31402
MAY 15 1965
Ship
Sleamshjp LineAgency Sailing Date
Night loading and unloading at Ocean Terminals Georgia Ports Authority Savannah Georgia
WEST AFRICA Matadi Luanda Pt Harcourt
LagosApapa Tema Takoradi Abidjan Monrovia
African Sfar Farrell LSoutheastern MaritimeMay 31
THE CARIBBEAN
Fort de France MARTINIQUE
Santa Olivia GrceSmith KellyMay 31
Kingston JAMAICA
Rodenbek Royal Netherlands StrachanMay 27
Mayaguez PUERTO RICO
Alcoa TraderAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeJune 11
Adenyf 11Alcoa Southeastern MaritimeJune 22
Ponce PUERTO RICO
Alcoa TraderAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeJune 11
Adeny JAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeJune 22
PortauPrince HAITI
TritonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 21
RodenbekRoyal Netherlands Strachan May 27
DIXIE STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC 206 East Bay Street P O Box 1061 31402 Tel 2345358 HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 24 Drayton Street P O Box 2468 31402 Tel 2348886 MERRY SHIPPING CO 415 Masonic Building O Box 1474 Augusta Georgia 30903 Tel PArk 26831 SMITH KELLY CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 2808 31402 Tel 2323151 SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 East Bay Street P O Box 2747 31402 Tel 2348265 SOUTHERN SHIPPING CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 2808 31402 Tel 2323151 STEVENS SHIPPING CO 26 East Bay Street P O Box 1068 31402 Tel 2338803 STRACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 670 31402 Tel 2346671 TARVER SHIPPING CO 105107 East Bay Street P O Box 541 31402 Tel 2348829 TROSDAL SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 670 31402 Tel 2346671
AFRICA
EAST AFRICA Mombasa Tanga Dar es Salaam Zanzibar
African Comet RT
Mormacrio
African Sun
African Dawn
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeMay 16
Robin StrachanMay 25
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeJune 13
Farrell Southeastern Maritime June 27
SOUTH AFRICA Capetown Port Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques Beira
Billiton S African MarineSmith KellyMay 23
Mormacrio JlRobin M Strachan May 25
South African Transporter S African Marine Smith KellyJune 3
Robin LocksleyRobin StrachanJune 9
Tamatave MADAGASCAR
Robin LocksleyRobin StrachanJune
Port Esquivel JAMAICA
Santa MariaTica DixieJune 8
Port of Spain TRINIDAD
TritonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 21
ParthenonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 26
MormaclradeMooreMcCormack Strachan XMay 28
MormacscanMooreMcCormack StrachanJune 7
Santo Domingo DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Santa OliviaGrace Smith KellyMay 31
San Juan PUERTO RICO
Alcoa TraderAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeJune 11
Adeny s6 Alcoa Southeastern MaritimeJune 22
CENTRAL AMERICA
Acajutla EL SALVADOR
RodenbekRoYal Netherlands StrachanMay 27
Amapala HONDURAS
RodenbekRoyal Netherlands Strachan May 27
Champerico GUATEMALA
RodenbekRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 27
Corinto NICARAGUA
RodenbekRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 27
Cutuco La Union EL SALVADOR
Rodenbek Royal Netherlands StrachanMay 27
La Libertad EL SALVADOR
Rodenbek Royal Netherlands StrachanMay 27

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23
Puerto Limon COSTA RICA
Rodenbek Royal Netherlands StrachanMay 27
Santa Maria Tica DixieJune 8
Puntarenas COSTA RICA
RodenbekRoyal Netherlands 2StrachanMay 27
San Jose de Guatemala GUATEMALA
RodenbekRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 27
San Juan del Sur NICARAGUA
RodenbekRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 27
COASTWISE
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT American Oriole Isthmian Am ExporiIsbrandlsen Strachan Strachan May 31 June 9
Hellenic Glory RTP Hellenic Hero RTP Hellenic Hellenic Dixie Dixie June 12 June 27
Barcelona SPAIN
Jesse McKay Lykes Strachan June 5
Nogah Zim Southern June 18
Beirut LEBANON
Zongoldak Turkish Cargo Lines Dixie June 8
Exminster Am ExportIsbrandtsen Strachan June 9
Genoa ITALY
Sebastiano Venier
Vetlor Pisani
Jesse McKay
Andrea Grilli
Makedonija
Haifa ISRAEL
NogahZim SouthernJune 18
Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeMay 26
Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeMay 28
Lykes StrachanJune 5
Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeJune 13
JugolinijaSmith KellyJune 14
Leghorn ITALY
Sebastiano Venier Sidarma
Vettor PisaniSidarma
Jesse McKayLykes
Andrea GrilliSidarma
Southeastern MaritimeMay 26
Southeastern MaritimeMay 28
StrachanJune 5
Southeastern MaritimeJune 13
Leixoes PORTUGAL
MakedonijaJugolinijaSmith KellyJune 14
Marseilles FRANCE
Sebasliano Venier Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeMay 26
Vettor Pisani Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeMay 28
Makedonija Jugolinija Smith 8c Kelly June 14
Naples ITALY Sebasliano Venier Sidarma Southeastern Maritime May 26
Vettor Pisani Sidarma Southeastern Maritime May 28
Jesse McKay Andrea Gritti Lykes Strachan June 5
Sidarma Southeastern Maritime June 13
Piraeus GREECE
NogahZim SouthernJune 18
Savona ITALY
Sebastiano VenierSidarma
Vettor Pisani Sidarma
Andrea GrilliSidarma
Southeastern MaritimeMay 26
Southeastern MaritimeMay 28
Southeastern MaritimeJune 13
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Antwerp Rotterdam Amsterdam Bremen Hamburg
Sonderburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern MiimeMay 26
HasselburgOzeanStinnes Southeastern MtimeJune 2
Ittersum RTP Independent GulfSmith 8c KellyJune 4
LutjenburgJSL OzeanStinnes Southeastern MtimeJune 7
Amsterdam Rotterdam Bremn Hamburg
Grebbedyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinJune 4
Gorredyk RTHollandAmerica Hohenstein July 2
Antwerp
Grebbedyk RT HollandAmerica HohensteinJune 4
Gorredyk RT HollandAmerica HohensteinJuly 2
Bremen Hamburg Antwerp Rotterdam
TanaWilh Wilhelmsen StrachanJune 4
VasaholmSwedish American StrachanJune 25
Bremerhaven Bremen Hamburg Rotterdam
American MillerU S LinesStrachanMay 21
Cadiz SPAIN
Zongoldak Turkish Cargo LinesDixieJune 8
LeHavre
Grebbedyk RTHollandAmerica
TanaWilh Wiihelmsen
VasaholmSwedish American
Gorredyk RT HollandAmerica
HohensteinJune 4
Strachan June 4
StrachanJune 25
HohensteinJuly 2
Rotterdam Amsterdam Antwerp
FidelityRegent StevensJune 15
PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA Southern May 18
Doni Mari Cap Verde RT Broholm Amcan 8c Atralian Columbus 5 Atlanttrafik Smith 8c Kelly Southern Stevens May 23 May 27 May 28
Arlpn Pori 8c Associated Strachan June 3
Halifax Star R Blue Star Southern June 10
Pori Wyndham Amcan 8c Atralian Smith 8c Kelly June 13
Lake Eyre Atlanttrafik Stevens June 13
Pionper Reef American Pioneer Strachan June 13
Port Campbell Amcan 8c Atralian Smith 8c Kelly June 23
Sternoe Atlanttrafik Stevens July 9
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
CleanthesAmcan AtralianSmith KellyMay 29
Middlesex Amcan AtralianSmith KellyJune 29
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
r1aristane Star R Blue Star Southern May
Doni Mari Amcan 8c Atralian Smith 8c Kelly May
Cap Verde RT Columbus Southern May
Broholm Atlantirafik Stevens May
Aden Port 8c Associated Strachan June
Halifax Sfar R Blue Star Southern June
Port Wyndham Amcan 8c Atralian Smith 8c Kelly June
Lake Eyre Atlantirafik Stevens June
Pioneer Reef American Pioneer Strachan June
Pori Campbell Amcan 8c Atralian Smith 8c Kelly June
Sternoe Atlantirafik Stevens July
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Bugo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Philippine RizalMaritime Co Phil Southeastern MJune 1
Philippine CorregidorMaritime Co Phil Southeastern MJune 24
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Philippine RizalMaritime Co Phil Southeastern MJune 1
Phil Pres Garcia RTP United Philippine SouthernJune 7
Phil Pres Osmena RTP United Philippine SouthernJune 20
Philippine CorregidorMaritime Co Phil Southeastern MJune 24
Tel Aviv ISRAEL
NogahZim SouthernJune 18
Tripoli LIBYA
Jesse McKayLykes StrachanJune 5
Venice ITALY
MakedonijaJugolinijaSmith 8c KellyJune 14
24 Denote Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Philippine RizalMaritime Co PhilSoutheastern MJune 1
Phil Pres Garcia RTPUnited Philippine SouthernJune 7
Phil Pres Osmena RTPUnited Philippine SouthernJune 20
Philippine CorregidorMaritime Co PhilSoutheastern MJune 24
Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
CleanthesAmcan 8c AtralianSmith 8c KellyMay 29
MiddlesexAmcan 8c AtralianSmith 8c KellyJune 29
i TDenote Tank Space PDenotes Passenger
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P
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Hong Kong HONG KONG
Montana Maru RT K Line Smith Kelly Mav 18
Philippine Rizal Maritime Co Phil Southeastern M June 1
Taian Maru K Line Smith Kelly June 3
Phil Pres Garca RTP United Philippine Southern June 7
Oregon Maru RT K Line Smith Kelly June 18
Phil Pres Osmena RTP 1 United Philippine Southern June 20
Philippine Corregidor Maritime Co Phil Southeastern M June 24
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Philippine Rizal Maritime Co Phil Southeastern M June 1
PhilPres Garcia RTP United Philippine Southern June 7
Phil Pres Osmena RTP United Philippine Southern June 20
Philippine Corregidor Maritime Co Phil Southeastern M June 24
Keelung FORMOSA
Montana Maru RT K Line Smith Kelly
Taian Maru K Line Smith Kelly June 3
Oregon Maru RT K Line Smith Kelly June 18
Kobe JAPAN
Montana Maru RT K Line Smith Kelly May 18
Taian Maru K Line Smith Kelly June 3
Phil Pres Garcia RTP United Philippine Southern June 7
Mogamisan Maru MitsuiOSK Strachan June 7
Seta Maru NYK Strachan June 11
Oregon Maru RT K Line Smith Kelly June 18
Phil Pres Osmena RTP United Philippine Southern June 20
Lyttelton NEW ZEALAND
Cleanthes Amcan Atralian Smith Kelly
Middlesex Amcan Atralian Smith Kelly June 29

Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Philippine Rizal Maritime Co Phil Southeastern M June 1
Phil Pres Garcia RTP United Philippine Southern June 7
Phil Pres Osmena RTP United Philippine Southern June 20
Philippine Corregidor Maritime Co Phil Southeastern M June 24
Wellington NEW ZEALAND
CleanthesAmcan Atralian Smith KellyMay 29
Middlesex Amcan Atralian Smith KellyJune 29
Yokohama JAPAN Montana Maru RT K Line K Line Smith Kelly Smith Kelly May June 18 3
Phil Pres Garcia RTP United Philippine Southern June 7
Mogamisan Maru MitsuiOSK Strachan June 7
Seta Maru NYK Strachan June 11
Oregon Maru RT K Line Smith Kelly June 18
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern June 20
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Aden ADEN
Jaladhanya
Vishva Shanti RT
Jalakirli
State of Madhya Pradesh
Aqaba JORDAN
American OrioleIsthmian StrachanMay 31
Port Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic Glory RTPHellenic Dixie June 12
Hellenic Hero RTPHellenic DixieJune 27
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Copenhagen DENMARK
Tana Wilh Wilhelmsen Strachan June 4
Vasaholm Swedish American StrachanJune 25
Scindia Smith KellyMay 17
SCI Smith KellyMay 21
ScindiaSmith KellyJune 18
SCI Smith KellyJune 20
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
Gladstone Star R Blue Star Southern May 18
Doni Mari Amcan Atralian Smith Kelly May 23
Cap Verde RT Columbus Southern May 27
Broholm Atlanttrafik Stevens May 28
Aden Pori Associated Strachan June 3
Halifax Star R Blue Star Southern June 10
Port Wyndham Amcan Atralian Smith Kelly June 13
Lake Eyre Atlantlrafik Stevens June 13
Pioneer Reef American Pioneer Strachan June 13
Port Campbell Amcan Atralian Smith Kelly June 23
Sternoe Atlantlrafik Stevens July 9
Napier NEW ZEALAND
CleanthesAmcan Atralian Smith Kelly May 29
MiddlesexAmcan Atralian Smith KellyJune 29
Newcastle AUSTRALIA
Gladstone Star RBlue Star SouthernMay 18
Nagoya JAPAN
Montana Maru RT
Taian Maru
Mogamisan Maru
Seta Maru
Oregon Maru RT
Osaka JAPAN
Montana Maru RTK LineSmith KellyMay 18
Taian MaruK LineSmith KellyJune 3
Mogamisan MaruMitsuiOSK SlrachanJune 7
Seta Maru SJ JUSNYKJM Strachan June 11
Oregon Maru RTyK LineSmith KellyJune 18
K LineSmith KellyMay 18
K LineSmith KellyJune 3
MitsuiOSK StrachanJune 7
NYK StrachanJune 11
K LineSmith KellyJune 18
Port Kembla AUSTRALIA
Doni MariAmcan AtralianSmith Kelly
Halifax Star RBlue Star Southern
Port WyndhamAmcan AtralianSmith Kelly
May 23 June 10 June 13
Gothenburg SWEDEN
TanaWilh Wilhelmsen StrachanJune 4
VasaholmSwedish American StrachanJune 25
Helsinki FINLAND
TanaWilh Wilhelmsen LStrachanJune 4
VasaholmSwedish American SlrachanJune 25
Malmo SWEDEN
TanaWilh Wilhelmsen StrachanJune 4
VasaholmSwedish American StrachanJune 25
Norrkoping SWEDEN
TanaJ2ZWilh Wilhelmsen StrachanJune 4
VasaholmSwedish American StrachanJune 25
Oslo NORWAY
Tana y Wilh Wilhelmsen StrachanJune 4
VasaholmSwedish American StrachanJune 25
Stockholm SWEDEN
TanaWilh Wilhelmsen StrachanJune 4
VasaholmSwedish American StrachanJune 25
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Antoniana BRAZIL
Ingrid BrodinBrodin Southeastern MaritimeJune 1
LiaBrodin Southeastern MaritimeJune 20
Belem BRAZIL
MormacscanMooreMcCormack StrachanJune 7
Sydney AUSTRALIA Gladstone Star R Blue Star Southern May 18
Doni Mari 1 Amcan Atralian Smith Kelly May 23
Cap Verde RT Columbus Southern May 27
Broholm Atlanttrafik Stevens May 28
Aden Port Associated Strachan June 3
Halifax Star R Blue Star Southern June 10
Port Wyndham Amcan Atralian Smith Kelly June 13
Lake Eyre Atlanttrafik Stevens June 13
Pioneer Reef American Pioneer Strachan June V
Port Campbell Amcan Atralian Smith Kelly June 2
Sternoe Ailanltrafik Steven1 July 9
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
DoroteaNortonSmith KellyMay 17
Ingrid BrodinBrodin Southeastern Maritime June 1
Montevideo TPIvaran Tl1 Southern June 3
MormacmailMooreMcCormack StrachanJune 7
Buenos Aires TPIvaran SouthernJune 14
LiaBrodin rSoutheastern MaritimeJune 20
Fortaleza BRAZIL
Mormacscan MooreMcCormack StrachanJune 7
e TDenotes Tank Space PDenotes Passenger
MAY 1965
25
Itajai BRAZIL
Ingrid Brodin Brodin Southeastern MaritimeJune 1
LiaBrodin Southeastern MaritimeJune 20
Montevideo URUGUAY
Ingrid BrodinBrodin Southeastern Maritime
Montevideo TPIvaran Southern
MormacmailMooreMcCormack Strachan
Buenos Aires TPIvaran Southern
LiaJHL Brodin Southeastern Maritime
June 1 June 3 June 7 June 14 June 20
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
SucreVenezuelan Smith Kelly
TritonRoyal Netherlands Strachan
ParthenonRoyal Netherlands Strachan
Santa OliviaGraceSmith Kelly
AdenyAlcoa Southeastern Maritime
May 21 May 21 May 26 May 31 June 22
Puerto Sucre VENEZUELA
ParthenonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 26
Paranagua BRAZIL
Mormactrade Ingrid Brodin
Mormacmail
Mormacscan
Lia
MooreMcCormack Strachan
Brodin Southeastern Maritime
MooreMcCormack Strachan
MooreMcCormack Strachan
Brodin Southeastern Maritime
May 28 June 1 June 7 June 7 June 20
Porto Alegre BRAZIL
Dorotea Norton Smith Kelly
Mormacscan MooreMcCormack Strachan June 7
Recife BRAZIL
Mormacscan MooreMcCormack Strachan June 7
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
Dorotea Norton Smith Kelly May 17
Mormactrade MooreMcCormack Strachan May 28
Ingrid Brodin June 1
Montevideo TP Ivaran Southern June 3
Mormacmail MooreMcCormack Strachan June 7
Mormacscan MooreMcCormack Strachan June 7
Buenos Aires TP Ivaran Southern June 14
LiaBrodinSoutheastern MaritimeJune 20
Rio Grande do Sul BRAZIL
MormacscanMooreMcCormack StrachanJune 7
Salvador BRAZIL
MormacscanMooreMcCormack StrachanJune 7
Santos BRAZIL
DoroteaNortonSmith KellyMay 17
MormactradeMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 28
Ingrid BrodinBrodinSoutheastern MaritimeJune 1
Montevideo TPIvaran SouthernJune 3
MormacmailMooreMcCormack StrachanJune 7
MormacscanMooreMcCormack StrachanJune 7
Buenos Aires TPIvaran SouthernJune 14
LiaBrodinSoutheastern MaritimeJune 20
SOUTH AMERICANORTH COAST
Aruba NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
ParthenonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 26
Ciudad Bolivar VENEZUELA
TritonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 21
Curacao NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
ParthenonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 26
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
Alcoa TraderAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeJune 11
Guanta VENEZUELA
TritonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 21
Santa OliviaGraceSmith KellyMay 31
AdenyAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeJune 22
LaGuaira VENEZUELA
SucreVenezuelanSmith Kelly
ParthenonRoyal Netherlands Strachan
Santa OliviaGraceSmith Kelly
AdenyAlcoa Southeastern Maritime
May 21 May 26 May 31 June 22
Maracaibo Triton VENEZUELA Netherlands Strachan May 21
Parthenon Royal Netherlands Strachan May 26
Sania Olivia Smith Kelly May 31
Adeny Alcoa Southeastern Maritime June 22
Paramaribo Adeny SURINAM Alcoa Southeastern Maritime June 22
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SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA
Jaladhanya ScindiaSmith Kelly
Vishva Shanii RTSCISmith Kelly
American OrioleIsthmian Strachan
ExminsterAm ExportIsbrandtsen Strachan
Jalakirti Scindia Smith Kelly
State of Madhya Pradesh SCISmith Kelly
May 17 May 21 May 31 June 9 June 18 June 20
Calcutta INDIA Jaladhanya Scindia Smith Kelly May 17
Vishva Shanii RT SCI Smith Kelly May 21
Hellenic Glory RTP Hellenic Dixie June 12
Jalakirti Scindia Smith Kelly June 18
Stale of Madhya Pradesh SCI Smith Kelly June 20
Hellenic Hero RTP Hellenic Dixie June 27
Cochin INDIA
American OrioleIsthmian StrachanMay 31
Karachi PAKISTAN
American Oriole
Exminsler
Hellenic Glory RTP Hellenic Hero RTP
Isthmian Strachan
Am ExportIsbrandtsen Strachan
Hellenic Dixie
Hellenic Dixie
May 31 June 9 June 12 June 27
Madras INDIA
JaladhanyaScindiaSmith Kelly
Vishva Shanii RTSCI Smith Kelly
Jalakirti ScindiaSmith Kelly
Stale of Madhya PradeshSCISmith Kelly
May 17 May 21 June 18 June 20
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Avonmouth ENGLAND
Manchester RegimentManchester LinersSmith KellyJune 17
Glasgow SCOTLAND
TremorvahManchester Liners Smith KellyMay 24
Manchester ENGLAND
TremorvahManchester LinersSmith KellyMay 24
Manchester RegimentManchester Liners Smith Kelly June 17
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GEORGIAS GATEWAY TO WORLD TRADE
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Directory of Port Services for Savannah and Brunswick
Savannah enjoys regular steamship service to the United ports Many of these vessels call at Brunswick A ConKingdom and European ports the Mediterranean ports solidated Sailing Schedule is available from the Savannah
South African South American and the Far Eastern District Authority P 0 Box 768 Savannah Ga
Shipping Companies
DIXIE STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC 206 E Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 E Bay Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Company Bldg
TARVER SHIPPING COMPANY 105107 E Bay Street TROSDAL SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank and Trust Company
Barge Service InfraCoastal
C G WILLIS INC Paulsboro N J
Barge Service Inland
MERRY BROTHERS Augusta Georgia
Stevedores
DIXIE STEVEDORING CO INC 206 E Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street ROBERTS MARTIN W 105107 E Bay Street SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 E Bay Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 E Bay Street
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Co Bldg
Foreign Freight Forwarders
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO American Building W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC Realty Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building
Foreign Freight Forwarders
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J K EBBERWIN 126 W Bay JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street
D J POWERS American Building
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street
Custom House Brokers
W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street
E L MOBLEY 215 Morel Building
D J POWERS American Building J W TARVER Arcade Building DONALD R WINTER 1518 Healey Bldg Atlanta Georgia GEORGE W WISE JR
404 Realty Building
Consuls
BRAZIL
Jack M Sayler V consul H DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen V consul H DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Jack M Sayler Consul H FINLAND
A G Van Schaick V consul H FRANCE
Edwin J Middleton Consular agent H
GERMANY
F A O Bahre Consul H ITALY
Joseph M Cafiero Consular agent H
NETHERLANDS
A G Van Schaick V consul H NORWAY
J P Imlay V consul H SWEDEN
l Roy Riddick V consul H VENEZUELA
Sr PrietoHopkins Consul C H Honorary C Career
Georgia Ports Authoritys Solicitation Offices
SAVANNAH P O Box 1039 A Dams 61561 Teletype 9123543499 J D HOLT Executive Director
BRUNSWICK P O Box 1758 AMherst 58500 Teletype 9122655138
NEW YORK
CHICAGO
233 Broadway COrtlandt 75731 Teletype 2125711312
224 So Michigan HArrison 78478
ATLANTA 1131 Healey Bldg JAckson 51595 Teletype 4045271034
CECIL G GNANN
GEORGE EGGERT
FRED WHELAN
CLAUDE NEWMAN
JAMES I NEWSOME JR Savannah Director of Operations
BONN GERMANY 532 BonnBad Godesberg Ruengsdorfer Strasse 53 b Telephone
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Georgia AnchorAge PO Box 1039 Savannah Georgia
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PERMIT NO 368 SAVANNAH GA
A great and growing market on the move
South Africa is on the move and so is Safmarine More and more modern services and facilities are part of a growth pattern at Safmarine that continually enlarges the picture of what we are doing for shippers and consignees in terms of their needs their convenience and their greater profitability in moving goods
Dependable fast regular service
FROM
HOUSTON GALVESTON NEW ORLEANS SAVANNAH CHARLESTON BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK
DIRECT TO
CAPETOWN PORT ELIZABETH EAST LONDON DURBAN LOURENCO MARQUES AND BEIRA AGENTS AT
Baltimore Boston Charleston SC Cleveland Detroit Jacksonville Fla
Los Angeles Newport News Norfolk Panama City Pensacola Philadelphia Portland San Francisco Savannah Seattle Tampa Montreal Toronto
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South African Marine Corporation NY
17 Battery Place Dlgby 48940 New York NY 10004 CHICAGO OFFICE 327 South La Salle Street
KENNICKELL PRINTING COMPANY SAVANNAH GEORGIA
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Drum filling facilities available
Can load and unload deep tank vessels from five berths
Deep water facilities for bulk liquids consisting of 1235000 barrels of storage
Experienced personnel
No investment required
Can receive store and ship via ocean tankers barges rail and truck
Served by 5 railroads 50 truck lines 105 steamship lines
Gateway to the Southeast Midwest and the world
NEW IN SAVANNAH Storage For All Types Vegetable Oils and Chemicals
We invite you to select Strategic Savannah Gateway to the burgeoning Southeast and the world We boast the largest deepwater terminal storage facility in the Southeast Our services are prompt efficient and reasonable Tankage is immediately available for any commodity that flows We invite your inquiry your inspection and your business

PUES IDENT
GA
SC
SOUTHLAND TERMINALS
SOUTHLAND
P O Box 7036
Phone Area Code 9122362447
Division of
OIL CORPORATION
SAVANNAH GEORGIA TWX 9123549000
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GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
THE
EXECUTIVES
CORNER
By J D Holt
To be a successful port operation it is necessary to think life a traffic manager First we must analyze this particular breed of man He is human you can wine and dine him Does this get his business No What then
Lets take a typical TM in the Midwest the heart of the nations heavy machinery m a n u f a c t u r i n g industry the birthplace of Caterpillar John Deere General Motors Chrysler LeTourneau Westinghouse International Harvester Hyster Minnesota Moline the list is endless
HOLT
Where the average citizen might be contemplating the American League standings no so with our TM His mind is whirling with freight rates ship schedules marginal tracks and a thousand and one items required to get his product to the consumer
Our 21 page outline of GPA facilities could well have been taken from the Traffic Managers manual It lists 21 berths double marginal tracks six 25ton gantry cranes over 3000000 square feet of warehousing acres of open storage etc
The outline does not mention the availability of Georgia Ports on a yearround schedule a favorable level of inland freight rates and excellent steamship services to all corners of the world We dont list these things because the TM knows We know he knows because we think like a Traffic Manager
For proof of this mutual understanding see the Chrysler export story on page 4
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE AND COLUMBUS
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert C Norman Augusta Chairman W D Trippe Cedartown Vice Chairman Howell Hollis Columbus Thomas M Johnson Savannah Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie Secretary
A M Harris Sr Brunswick Anton F Solms Jr Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude Newman Atlanta Director of Commerce and Traffic
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
GEORGIA Pj
VOLUME 6 NUMBER 6 JUNE 1965
JIM BISSON Editor
Official publication of the Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 Savannah Georgia Telephone AD 61561 Advertising rates furnished on request
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CHRYSLER IMPORTEXPORT OAS MEET IN PERU BRUNSWICK PULP AND PAPER CO COTTON IMPORTERS ASSOCIATION PRESIDENTIAL E AWARD SAILING SCHEDULE DIRECTORY OF PORT SERVICES
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
THE COVER
The good ship DALHEM slips into berth No 56 to load Australian bound Valiants For the full story on this new movement through the Georgia Ports Authoritys facilities turn to page 4
Georgia AnchorAge is published monthly on the 10th of each month and distributed third class mail to over 8000 readers All copy and pictures may be used by others however it would be appreciated if a credit line is given to The Georgia Ports Authority
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EXPORTIMPORT DIVISION
The Georgia Ports Authority racked up another first last month with a large export shipment of Chrysler Corporations automobiles
Simcas a Chrysler import have been moving through the GPAs Garden City terminal for some time and have paved the way for GPA shipment of its big brother in the export field Chryslers officials credited the efficient handling of the Simca movements as a primary reason for the initial export shipment
Chryslers ExportImport Division ships overseas nearly 90000 passenger car units in knockeddown condition from its Detroit plant annually In addition some 50000 trucks and builtup cars are shipped from other Corporation plants to over 120 foreign nations
CHRYSLER
CORPORATION
Employing approximately 850 persons the ExportImport Division plant occupies 500000 square feet of floor space
There ar various types of vehicles engineered to meet the peculiarities of certain overseas markets For example cars with right hand drive steering are shipped to British Commonwealth countries Some vehicles are equipped with low compression engines or heavy duty suspension to be compatible with fuel and operating conditions existing in relatively underdeveloped areas of the world
Great care must be taken to protect vehicles against the rigors of ocean voyage Extensive use is made of rust preventive materials and packing case reinforcements Since the vehicles may be on the high seas for as long as 10 weeks and since the operations of
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EXPORTIMPORT DIVISION
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overseas assembly plants are totally dependent upon the receipt of undamaged material ExportImport Division must take the utmost precautions in preparing its products for shipment
The Division was one of the first recipients of the Presidential E Award for outstanding performance in expanding exports from the United States
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Coblefret Lines Renew Monthly Service
Coblefret Lines SPRL Antwerp renewed their monthly inbound service to Savannah from the Continent with the arrival of the MV GANDHI JAYANTI on May 27th Their agents and stevedores in the Port of Savannah are Southern Shipping Company
HOME COMING WEEK or so it would appear as the contract is signed for another years distribution of Sorel Metals through the GPAs Garden City terminal On hand for the occasion left to right James I Newsome Jr GPA Director of Operations Ralph Steinway Traffic Manager Miller Company Chicago and Frank E Lallemand Traffic Manager Quebec Iron Titanium Corporation
Sorel Quebec

The Savannah area was well aware of National Transportation Week due to the efforts of the Savannah Traffic Club and the Savannah chapter of the National Defense Transportation Association In the above photo Mayor Malcolm Maclean holds one of the bumper stickers which were distributed throughout the area With the Mayor are left Roy Baxter President Savannah Traffic Club and Marion Porter President Savannah NDTA In signing the two proclamations one proclaiming May 1622 as National Transportation Week and the other heralding May 21st as National Defense Day the Mayor commented the United States of America has the greatest transportation system ever developed and maintained anywhere in the world and it is of the greatest importance that it be so
recognized and maintained
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Francesco Parisi Inc
Opens Savannah Office
Francesco Parisi International Transports USA Inc of New York City announce the opening of a Savannah branch office at 412 American Building The new office will be under the direction of George H Waters Resident Manager
Farrell Lines Inc Purchases AustralianNew Zealand Division of United States Lines
James A Farrell Jr Chairman of the Board of Farrell Lines Incorporated has announced the sale by the United States Lines to Farrell Lines of the Australian New Zealand Division of the American Pioneer Line This followed the unanimous decision by the Maritime Subsidy Board with the specific approval of its Chairman Maritime Administrator Nicholas Johnson to approve the sale
Farrell Lines have taken over the ownership of the vessels now used by United States Lines in this service and have commenced operation for their own account Farrell Lines will maintain and carry out United States Lines arrangements to service United States Atlantic and Gulf ports and Australia New Zealand and Pacific islands Under contract as revised with the Federal Maritime Administration Farrell Lines will construct for this service six new highspeed cargo liners at the earliest possible date in replacement of the ships presently engaged in this service These vessels will have at least 100000 cubic feet of reefer space and a speed in excess of 20 knots The construction contract for these will be let before September 30 1966
The sale by United States Lines and acquisition by Farrell Lines which has been under consideration for more than two years will materially benefit both companies Purchase of the AustralianNew Zealand Line complementing as it does Farrell Lines present services will also enable Farrell Lines to expand its tra ditional interest in long voyage Americanflag subsidized trade routes Combined administration of the respective services will permit Farrell Lines to gain the inherent efficiencies of a larger operation
With the continued and increasing
prosperity of the African Continent south of the Sahara and the growing interest of the United States in economic activity in the South Pacific Mr Farrell said his company looks forward to everincreasing participation in these trades and to the further development of its services to keep pace with the growth and prosperity of these areas
In making the announcement about the acquisition of the six ships Mr Farrell said that the President of Farrell Lines Admiral George Wauchope recently visited Australia and New Zealand for a firsthand look at the new service He was accompanied by Thomas E Straub who will be Traffic Manager for the AustralianNew Zealand Division of Farrell Lines They visited all main Australia and New Zealand ports
On his return Admiral Wauchope said that there were certain areas of strong similarity between the African and Australian trades in particular he mentioned wool which is a prime export from both South Africa and Australia Both Africa and Australia are areas of great potential development giving room for American exports of capital goods
The six vessels that Farrell Lines has acquired for this service are somewhat similar to the vessels they now own and operate to West Africa This will bring the total of Farrell Lines fleet to 21 ships with a total deadweight tonnage of 240472 tons The ships acquired from the United States Lines have between 42000 and 47000 cubic feet of refrigerated space This space has been utilized in the carriage of meat imports from Australia and will be used for increasing refrigerated exports from the United States thus fully utilizing the refrigerated space in both directions
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PERU
The Port and Harbor Program
Of The Western Hemisphere
In April 1965 the Fifth Meeting of the Permanent Technical Committee on Ports of the Organization of American States was held in Lima Peru Representing the United States was Howard J Marsden Chief Division of Ports U S Maritime Administration who is the permanent U S Representative on the Committee Mr J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority First VicePresident American Association of Port Authorities was official port advisor on the US Delegation
This Committee is the implementing arm of the InterAmerican Port and Harbor Conference series which was inaugurated in 1956 in San Jose Costa Rica to seek solutions to the problems of administration operation and development of ports in the Americas Over the years the Conference and its Committee have considered such problems as port autonomy professionalization of port management
port congestion role of port management and port labor port facility and channel improvements containerization of cargo handling and marking of hazardous cargoes and other significant port questions
More recently the InterAmerican Port and Harbor Conference adopted the InterAmerican Convention on Facilitation of International Waterborne Transportation Convention of Mar del Plata which has thus far been signed by 11 of the 20 nations of this Hemisphere These nations have agreed to bind themselves together in a legal procedure having as its purpose the all important goal of reducing to a minimum the formalities documentary requirements and procedures for the entry and clearance of vessels and the treatment of their passengers crews cargo mail and baggage This historic action in itself could well trigger a succession of port improvemental actions on a hemispherewide basis
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Howard J Marsden Chief Division of Ports U S Maritime Administration Permanent U S Representative on the Committee
Paul E Richers Organization of American Slates Technical Secretary
J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority First VicePresident American Association of Pori Authorities official port advisor on the U S
Delegation
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The above photograph tells the story of a job well done as officials confer at the conclusion of the PTCP meet Left to right Leon Fidel Conference Officer Chairman Florez and Paul E Richers BELOW Members of the United States delegation J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority John P Irish U S Embassy Lima John P Tebeau U S Customs Robert Foerster American Merchant Marine Institute G R Dickerson Assistant Deputy Commissioner U S Bureau of Customs and Howard Marsden Chief Division of Ports U S Maritime Administration and head
of the U S delegation
The recent meeting in Lima again considered the many port problems of the Americas and took a number of decisions and adopted a series of appropriate resolutions Chief among these actions were the approval of the Facilitation Annex to be attached to the Convention of Mar del Plata and the inauguration of a Puertos Amigos program in the Hemisphere The latter will be a joint endeavor of the Organization of American States and the American Association of Port Authorities While it provides for informal general cooperation and assistance between the ports of the Americas its principal operating function will be the provision of technical training
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opportunities for port personnel in other ports This will be a voluntary nongovernmental program
The end result of the meeting and other programs of the InterAmerican Port and Harbor Conference and its Permanent Technical Committee on Ports can only be the stimulation of international trade between the nations of the Western Hemisphere through reduction of shipping costs thus increasing the ability to make the goods and materials of the hemisphere available in greater quantities to peoples desperately in need of a higher standard of living
Maritime Administration June 1965
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Pulp and paper mills were rare in when two giants of the industry th Sc the Mead Corporation combined force phate suitable for their uses from Souther As a result of this merger Brunswick like Topsy just growed and growed Tc Brunswick Pulp and Paper not only supp domestically but contributes a grea1de kets Last year 24000 tons of pulp wc Scott customers in Germany Argentine Philippines
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operations are now on a splitiroduction made from pine slated alfbf the production made from
pine and hardwoods slated for Scott converting plants The Scott production moves via the intercoastal waterway to Scott s plant in Chester Pennsylvania
Working sometimes around the clock five days a week barges of the C O Willis Inc load at the Brunswick Pulp and Papers own dock
Supervised personally by W B Willis vicepresident in charge of the southeastern end of operations for Willis Inc and T V Clark foreman the huge barges are loaded with 1500 tons of pulp for the trip to Chester Pennsylvania
Willis modern tow boats push two barges 3000 tons via the Intercoastal waterway to Chester in 118 hours Last year over 162 thousand tons of Brunswick pulp were barged to Scott
The Brunswick Pulp and Paper Company stands today as a giant on the Marshes of Glynn a tribute to the farsighted men who put their trust in the Georgia pines and a source of livelihood for thousands of Georgians
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Last year the Brunswick Pulp and Paper Company shipped over 162000 tons of pulp to the Scott Paper Company in Chester Pennsylvania Here workmen load the deck of the Willis barge utilizing fiveton slings
Below Willis towboat on the last leg of its 118hour journey in the Chesapeake Delaware Canal
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COTTON IMPORTERS ASSOCIATION
The Twentythird Annual Convention of the Cotton Importers Association was held at the Francis Marion Hotel in Charleston South Carolina May 23rd through 25th
Mr John Nolan of Bunge Corporation New York President of the Association skillfully directed the various functions which were attended by leading cotton importers merchants and representatives of associated industries from southern and northern states
Of particular interest was the address given at the Banquet by the Honorable Alfredo Valencia Minister Counselor for Commercial Affairs Embassy of Peru
Washington D C Increased sales of Peruvian cotton into the United States their principal market is of vital interest to his country Valencia explained however that the quota limitations and high import duties greatly restrict freer marketing of their major export The present season world cotton consumption he said will increase by more than four million bales
At the close of the meeting Mr Richard Everette an executive of Wonalancet Company of Atlanta was installed as President of the Association for the ensuing year
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As these photographs reflect a good time was had by all
Traditional southern hospitality was shown by Mr and Mrs J P Qualey and Mr and Mrs Frederick Richards South Carolina Ports Authority who opened their gracious homes to the visiting members A delightful reception and lawn party was held at the J C Longs Seaside Farms at Mt Pleasant South Carolina on Monday afternoon
A quick conference before formal proceedings as J D Holi Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority confers with Richard Everett President of the Cotton Importers Association and Howard Milliatl SecretaryTreasurer BELOW Mr and Mrs George Eggerl General Eastern Agent for the GPA chat with Charles Hakim of the James Lawrence Company
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CITIZENS SOUTHERN BANKS IN GEORGIA RECEIVE PRESIDENTS E AWARD
Senator Herman E Talmadge of Georgia presented the Presidents E Certificate for Export Service to the Citizens Southern Banks in Georgia on Monday May 31 the Atlanta Field Office of the U S Department of Commerce announced CS was cited for its stimulation of increased exports from the Southeastern United States
Senator Talmadge presented the award during a reception in the CS Guest House Commerce Building Atlanta Douglas A Smith CS Bank assistant vice president and head of the International Department accepted
An estimated 200 persons active in international trade including Georgia business leaders bank officers and other special guests attended
Through its Export Factoring Service the CS International Department handles all financial arrangements for Southeastern exporters from credit investigation to collection CS International services include
letters of credit the purchase and sale of foreign exchange export collection and loans to finance exports and imports
These services are available through each of the 56 CS offices in Georgia as well as through their correspondent banks in the Southeast
Assistant vice president Douglas A Smith and other officers of the CS Bank have travelled to Europe and Latin America calling on banks other financial institutions and businessmen to establish personal contact abroad
The banking firm was selected for the honor by Secretary of Commerce John T Connor on behalf of President Lyndon B Johnson The E Certificate recognizes outstanding achievements by organizations in expanding markets for U S products abroad It is a revival of the E presented to industrial plants for excellence in production during World War II
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Cap Haitien HAITI
MedonRoyal Netherlands StrachanJuly 30
Kingston JAMAICA
Wandsbek Royal
A Vessel Royal
Medon Royal
A Vessel Royal
CharisRoyal
A Vessel Royal
Netherlands Strachan July 9
Netherlands Strachan July 22
Netherlands Strachan July 30
Netherlands Strachan Aug 6
Netherlands Strachan Aug 13
Netherlands Strachan Aug 19
Mayaguez PUERTO RICO
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Tamatave MADAGASCAR
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Robin KirkRobin
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WEST AFRICA
African Glen FarrellSoutheastern MaritimeJuly 3
African Planet FarrellSoutheastern MaritimeJuly 12
African Glade FarrellSoutheastern MaritimeJuly 29
THE CARIBBEAN 1
Aruba NWI Theron Royal Netherlands Strachan July 8
Agricultural implements exported over Garden City Terminals Georgia Ports
Authority
Ponce PUERTO RICO
DIXIE STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC 206 East Bay Street P O Box 528 31402 Tel 2345358 HANSEN TIDEMANN INC 206 East Bay Street Phone 2334104
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 24 Drayton Street P O Box 2468 31402 Tel 2348886 MERRY SHIPPING CO 415 Masonic Building P O Box 1474 Augusta Georgia 30903 Tel PArk 26831 SMITH KELLY CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 2808 31402 Tel 2323151 SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 East Bay Street P O Box 2747 31402 Tel 2348265 SOUTHERN SHIPPING CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 2808 31402 Tel 2323151 STEVENS SHIPPING CO 26 East Bay Street P O Box 1068 31402 Tel 2338803 STRACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 670 31402 IM Tel 2346671 TARVER SHIPPING CO 105107 East Bay Street P O Box 541 31402 Tel 2348829
EAST AFRICA Mombasa Tanga Dar es Salaam Zanzibar
African Dawn
African Neptune
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African Meteor
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Farrell Southeastern Maritime July 1
Farrell Southeastern Maritime July 11
Robin Strachan July 20
Farrell Southeastern Maritime July 31
Robin Strachan Aug 3
Robin Strachan Aug 17
SOUTH AFRICA Capetown Port Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques Beira
African DawnFarrellSoutheastern MaritimeJuly 1
South African VictorySouth African Marine Smith KellyJuly 3
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African Neptune
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Robin StrachanJuly 20
South African MarineSmith KellyJuly 27
FarrellSoutheastern MaritimeJuly 31
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Puerto Plata DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
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MedonRoyal Netherlands Strachan
A Vessel Royal Netherlands Strachan
Charis Royal Netherlands Strachan
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San Juan PUERTO RICO
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St Croix VIRGIN ISLANDS
GudvorAlcoa Southeastern Maritime
Nordvind Alcoa Southeastern Maritime
St Thomas VIRGIN ISLANDS
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Champerico GUATEMALA
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A Vessel1 Royal Netherlands Strachan
A Vessel Royal Netherlands Strachan
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A Vessel Royal Netherlands
A VesselJHLHaRoyal Netherlands
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Strachan
Strachan
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Santa Ceclia GraceSmith Kelly
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A Vessel Royal Netherlands
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Puerto Limon COSTA RICA
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A Vessel Royal Netherlands
A Vessel Royal Netherlands
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Puntarenas COSTA RICA
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A Vessel Royal Netherlands
A Vessel Royal Netherlands
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MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT Hellenic Hero RTP Hellenic Dixie July 10
Hellenic Leader RTP Hellenic Dixie July 30
Barcelona SPAIN Tillie Lykes Lykes Brothers Strachan July 9
Frank Lykes Lykes Brothers Strachan Aug 2
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Derince TURKEY
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Sidarma Southeastern Maritime
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JugolinijaSmilh Kelly
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Haifa ISRAEL
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Leghorn ITALY
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Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeJuly 24
Sidarma 1Southeastern MaritimeJuly 30
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Naples ITALY
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JugolinijaSmith KellyJuly 25
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Piraeus GREECE Tamar Zim Southern July 9
Queshet Zim Southern Aug 4
Port Said Goldenfels Hansa Hohenstein Jply 8
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA Makedonija Jugolinija Smith A Kelly July 25
Salnica GREECE Tillio Tvkoc Lvkes Brothers Strachan July 9

Savona ITALY F Barbaro Sidarma Southeastern Maritime July 24
S Venier Sidarma Southeaslern Maritime July 30
Suez EGYPT Goldenfels Hansa Hohenstein July 8
Tel Aviv ISRAEL Tamar Zim Southern July 9
Queshet Zim Southern Aug 4
Trieste TRIESTE Makedonija Jugolinija Smith A Kelly July 25
Tripoli LIBYA Goldenfels Hansa Hohenstein July 8
Tillie Lykes Lykes Brothers Strachan July 9
Guienfels Hansa Hohenstein July 23
Frank Lykes Lykes Brothers Strachan Aug 2
Valencia SPAIN Frank Lykes Lykes Brothers Strachan Aug 2
Venice ITALY Mnlrnrlnniin Juaoliniia Smith A Kelly July 25

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Bremerhaven Bremen Hamburg Rotterdam
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PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
Australian Reef
Port Jackson
Crystal SeaIf
Cap Norte RT
Pori Launceston
Empire Star
Baltic Seasi City of Canberra
Australian Gem
Paparea
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Am AustralianSmith Kelly July 13
Allanttrafik HH StevensJuly 19
Columbus SouthernJuly 22
Am Australian Smith KellyMJuly 23
Blue Star SouthernJuly 30
Allanttrafik Si Stevens Aug 2
Port AssociatedIStrachanAug 2
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeAug 6
Am A Australian Smith KellyAug 13
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City of Auckland Am AustralianSmith A KellyJuly 29
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
Australian Reef Farrell Southeastern MaritimeJuly 3
Port Jackson1Am AustralianSmith KellyJuly 13
Crystal SeaAllanttrafik StevensJuly 19
Cat Norte RTHHColumbus yMSSjPlSoulhernJuly 22
Port LauncesionlMELiHAm AustralianSmith KellyJuly 23
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Australian Gem M Farrell Southeastern MaritimeAug 6
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Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Bugo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Maritime Co PhilSoutheastn MJuly 15
Phil J Abad SantosMaritime Co PhilSoutheastn MAug 2
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Quirino RTPUnited Philippine SouthernJuly 13
Phil BataanIpftBftHLMaritime Co Phil Southeastn MJuly 15
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited Philippine SouthernJuly 22
Phil J Abad Santos4iMaritime Co PhilSoutheastn MAug 2
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Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Quirino RTPUnited Philippine SouthernJuly 13
Phil BataanJjaHLMaritime Co PhilSoutheastn MJuly 15
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited Philippine SouthernJuly 22
Phil J Abad SantosMaritime Co PhilSoutheastn MAug 2
Don Antonio i United Philippine SouthernAug 9
Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
City of AucklandAm AustralianSmith KellyJuly 29
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
Port JacksonAm AustralianSmith 8c KellyJuly 13
City of Canberra Port Associated StrachanAug 2
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Phil Pres Quirino RTPUnited Philippine SouthernJuly 13
Phil Bataan Maritime Co PhilSoutheastn MJuly 15
Mildshima MaraftjLJib K LineWWji Smith KellyJuly 17
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited Philippine SouthernJuly 22
Phil J Abad Santos HRMaritime Co Phil Southeastn MAug 2
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernAug 9
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Quirino RTPUniied Philippine SouthernJuly 13
Phil Bataan Maritime Co PhilSoutheastn MJuly 15
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited Philippine SouthernJuly 22
Phil J Abad SantosMMaritime Co PhilSoutheastn MAug 2
Don Antonio United Philippine ml SouthernAug 9
Keelung FORMOSA
Mikishima MaruK LineMKglSmith KellyJuly 17
Kobe JAPAN
Hakonesan Maru MiisuiOSK StrachanJuly 7
Saga MaruftNYK StrachanJuly 8
Phil Pres Quirino RTPUnited Philippine BeMSouthernJuly 13
Mildshima MaruK Line HfiftSmith Sc KellyJuly 17
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited Philippine SouthernJuly 22
Hodakasan MaruMitsuiOSK StrachanAug 5
Don Antonioft United Philippine Southern Aug 9
Shimane MaruNYK StrachanAug 10
Lyttelton NEW ZEALAND
City of Aucklandg Am Sc AustralianSmith Sc Kellyftjuly 29
Australian GemFarrell pSoutheastern MaritimeAug 6
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Quirino RTPUnited Philippine SouthernJuly 13
Phil Bataan Maritime Co PhilSoutheastn MMJuly 15
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited Philippine 4SouthernJuly 22
Phil J Abad SantosMMaritime Co PhilSoutheastn M Aug 2
Don AntonioUnited PhilippinejftjpiSouthernAug 9
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
Australian ReefFarrell Southeastern MaritimeJuly 3
Port Jackson Am Sc AustralianSmith Sc KellyJuly 13
Crystal SeaAtlanttrafik StevensJuly 19
Cap Norte RTColumbus ftftBI SouthernJuly 22
Port LauncestonftAm Sc Australianft Smith Sc KellyJuly 23
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Baltic SeaIffftAtlanttrafik ftftftri StevensAug 2
City of CanberraPort Sc AssociatedilStrachanAug 2
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Nagoya JAPAN
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Mikishima Maru Smith ft Kelly July 17
hodakasan Maru Shimane Maru MitsuiOSK ftRRR NYK Strachan Strachan Aug 5 Aug 10
Noumea NEW Port Jackson CALEDONIA Am Sc Australian Smith Sc Kelly July 13
Osaka JAPAN
Hakonesan Maru MitsuiOSK Strachan July 7
Saga Maru NYK Strachan July 8
Mikishima Maru K Line Smith ft Kelly July 17
Hodakasan Maru MiisuiOSK Strachan Aug 5
Shimane Maru NYK Strachan Aug 10
Sydney AUSTRALIA
Australian ReefftfifcUFarrell JIBSoutheastern MaritimeJuly 3
Port JacksonAm Sc Australian Smith Sc KellyHHJuly 13
Crystal SeaHHjHlAtlanttrafik 8s StevensJuly 19
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Wellington NEW ZEALAND
City of AucklandAm Sc AustralianSmith Sc KellyJuly 29
Denote Vi Transshipment RDenote Reefer
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Yokohama JAPAN
Hakonesan Maruft aMitsuiOSK StrachanJuly 7
Saga MaruNYK StrachanJuly 8
Phil Pres Quirino RTPUnited Philippine SouthernJuly 13
Mikishima MaruK LineSmith 8c KellyJuly 17
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTP United Philippine Southern July 22
Hodakasan Maru MitsuiOSK StrachanAug 5
Don AntonioLUnited Philippine SouthernAug 9
Shimane MarujNYKiLStrachanAug 10
PERSIAN GULF
Basrah IRAN
GoldenfelsHansa HohensteinJuly 8
Hellenic Pioneer RTPHellenic DixieJuly 16
GutenfelsHansa HohensteinJuly 23
Dammam SAUDI ARABIA
GoldenfelsHSl Hansa HohensteinJuly 8
Hellenic Pioneer RTPHellenic DixieJuly 16
GutenflsJ8iHansa HohensteinJuly 23
Dubai
Goldenfels Hansa HohensteinJuly 8
Khorramshahr
Goldenfels Hansa HohensteinJuly 8
GutenfrlsHansa HohensteinJuly 23
Kuwait
Goldenfels Hansa L HohensteinJuly 8
Hellenic Pioneer RTPft Hellenic DixieJuly 16
GuienfelsIJLftHansa HohensteinJuly 23
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Aden ADEN
JalakalaScindiaSmith Sc KellyJuly 22
Vishva Mangal RTiisiSCISmith Sc KellyJuly 24
Aqaba SAUDI ARABIA
Hellen c Pioneer RTfifHellenic DixieJuly 16
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic Hero RTPHellenic DixieJuly 10
Hellenic Leader RTPHellenic DixieJuly 30
Port Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic Hero RjTP Hellenic alpIL DixieJuly 10
Hellenic Leader RTPHellenic DixieJuly 30
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Copenhagen DENMARK
Maltesholm SwedAmWilhelmsen Strachan July 6 9 4
Mormacpenn Teneriffa American Scantic SwedAm Wilhelmsen Smith Sc Kelly Strachan July Aug
Gdynia POLAND
Mormacpenn American Scantic Smith Sc Kelly July 9
Gothenburg SWEDEN
Maltesholm Swed Am Wilhelmsen Strachan July 6
Mormacpenn 1 American Scantic Smith Sc Kelly July 9
Teneriffa SwedAmWilhelmsen Strachan Aug 4
Helsinki FINLAND
Maltesholm SwedAmWilhelmsen Strachan July 6
Mormacpenn American Scantic Smith Sc Kelly July 9
Teneriffa SwedAm Wilhelmsen Strachan Aug 4
Malmo SWEDEN
Maltesholm SwedAmWilhelmsen Strachan July 6
Mormacpenn American Scantic Smith 8c Kelly July 9
Teneriffa SwedAmWilhelmsen Strachan Aug 4
Norrkoping SWEDEN
Maltesholm SwedAmWilhelmsen Strachan July 6
Teneriffa SwedAmWilhelmsen Strachan Aug 4
Oslo NORWAY
Maltesholm SwedAmWilhelmsen Strachan July 6
Mormacpenn 1 American Scantic Smith Sc Kelly July 9
Teneriffa SwedAmWilhelmsen Strachan Aug 4
Stockholm SWEDEN
Maltesholm SwedAmWilhelmsen Strachan July 6
Mormacpenn American Scantic Smith 8c Kelly July 9
Teneriffa SwedAmWilhelmsen Strachan Aug 4
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Antoniana BRAZIL
Thira Brodin Southeastern MaritimeJuly 24
Ingrid Brodin Brodin Southeastern Maritime Aug 15
Belem BRAZIL
MormactradeMooreMcCormack StrachanJuly 21
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
Rio de Janeiro THPljftBB Ivaran SouthernJuly 7
MormaclandMoore McCormack StrachanJuly 11
ThirajMRflHRRMMjBrodinjESoutheastern MaritimeJuly 24
Santos TP ftfel ftIvaran jftHHjMB SouthernJuly 26
MormacsagaMooreMcCormack StrachanJuly 31
Ingrid BrodinBrodin Southeastern MaritimeAug 15
MormacmaiLft MooreMcCormack ft StrachanAug 19
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JUNE 1965
Ship
Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Fortaleza BRAZIL
MormaclradeMooreMcCormack
SlrachanJuly 21
Itajai BRAZIL
Thira Brodin
Ingrid Brodin Brodin
Southeastern
Southeastern
Maritime
Maritime
July 24 Aug 15
Montevideo URUGUAY
Rio de Janeiro TPIvaran Southern
MormaclandMooreMcCormack Slrachan
ThiraBSBrodin Southeastern Maritime
Santos TPIvaran Southern
MormacsagaMooreMcCormack Slrachan
Ingrid BrodinBrodin Southeastern Maritime
Mormacmail MooreMcCormack Slrachan
July 7 July 11 July 24 July 26 July 31 Aug 15 Aug 19
Paranagua BRAZIL
MormaclandMoore McCormack Slrachan
ThiraBrodin Southeastern Maritime
Mormaclrade MooreMcCormack Slrachan
MormacsagaMooreMcCormack Slrachan
Ingrid BrodinBrodin Southeastern Maritime
MormacmailMooreMcCormack Slrachan
July 11 July 24 July 21 July 31 Aug 15 Aug 19
Porto Alegre BRAZIL
MormaclradeMooreMcCormack
SlrachanJuly 21
Recife BRAZIL
MormaclradeMooreMcCormack
SlrachanJuly 21
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
MormaclandLMoore McCormack
MormaclradeMooreMcCormack
ThiraBrodin Southeastern
Santos TPIvaran
MormacsagaMooreMcCormack L
Ingrid Brodin lBrodin Southeastern
MormacmailMooreMcCormack
Slrachan
Slrachan
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Southern
Slrachan
Maritime
Slrachan
July 11 July 21 July 24 July 26 July 31 Aug 15
Rio Grande do Sul BRAZIL
Mormaclrade MooreMcCormack Slrachan July 21
Salvador BRAZIL Mormaclrade MooreMcCormack Strachan July 21
MormaclandMoore McCormack Slrachan
MormaclradeMooreMcCormack Slrachan
ThiraBrodin Southeastern Maritime
Santos TP Ivaran Southern
MormgcpagaMooreMcCormack Slrachan
Ingrid Brodin Brodin Southeastern Maritime
Mormacmail MooreMcCormack Slrachan
July 11 July 21 July 24 July 26 July 31 Aug 15 Aug 19
SOUTH AMERICANORTH COAST
Ciudad Bolivar VENEZUELA
MedanRoyal Netherlands
Slrachan
Curacao NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
TheronRoyal Netherlands
Slrachan
July 30
July 8
July 4 July 12 July 30 July 30
July 4 July 8 July 12 July 30
July 4 July 8 July 30
Guanta VENEZUELA
Santa Olivia
Gudvor
Nordvind
Medon
GraceSmith Kelly
Alcoa 5Southeastern Maritime
Alcoa Southeastern Maritime
Royal Netherlands Slrachan
LaGuaira VENEZUELA
Santa Olivia GraceSmith Kelly
TheronRoyal Netherlands Slrachan
Gudvor Alcoa Southeastern Maritime
Nordvind Alcoa Southeastern Maritime
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
Santa OliviaGraceSmith Kelly
TheronRoyal Netherlands Slrachan
MedonRoyal Netherlands Slrachan
Paramaribo SURINAM
GudvorAlcoa Southeastern Maritime
NordvindAlcoa Southeastern Maritime
Smith
Puerto Cabelio VENEZUELA
Santa OliviaGrace
TheronRoyal Netherlands
GudvorAlcoa Southeastern
NordvindAlcoa Southeastern
MedonRoyal Netherlands
Kelly Slrachan Maritime Maritime Slrachan
July 12 July 30
July 4 July 8 July 12 July 30 July 30
July 8
Puerto Sucre VENEZUELA
TheronRoyal Netherlands
Slrachan
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Antofagasta CHILE
Santa ines HjGraceSmith KellyJuly 12
Santa CeceliaGrace Smith 8c KellyAug 10
Arica CHILE
Santa CeceliaGrace Smith 8c KellyAug 10
Buenaventura COLOMBIA
Santa Ines RGraceSmith 8c KellyJuly 12
Callao PERU
Santa Ines R Grace Smith 8c KellyJuly 12
Santa CeceliaGrace Smith 8c KellyAug 10
Chanaral CHILE
Santa Ines R Grace Smith 8c KellyJuly 12
Santa CeceliaGrace Smith 8c KellyAug 10
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Guayaquil ECUADOR Santa Ines R Grace Smith 8c Kelly July 12
Santa Cecelia Grace Smith 8c Kelly Aug 10
Matarani PERU Santa Ines R Grace Smith 8c Kelly July 12
San Antonio CHILE Santa Ines R Grace Smith 8c Kelly July 12
Valparaiso CHILE Santa Ines R Grace Smith 8c Kelly July 12
Santa Cecelia Grace Smith 8c Kelly Aug 10

SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA
Hellenic Hero RTPHellenic
Flying GullAm ExportIsbrandtsen
Steel VenderIsthmian
Jalakala Li1rScindia
Vishva Man gal RTSCI
Hellenic Leader RTPHellenic
Steel Surveyor Isthmian
ExcelsiorAm ExportIsbrandtsen
Smith
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Dixie
Strachan Slrachan 8c Kelly 8c Kelly Dixie Slrachan Strachan
July 10 July 10 July 10 July 22 July 24 July 30 Aug 3 Aug 4
Calcutta INDIA
Hellenic Hero RTPHellenic Dixie
Flying Gull Am ExportIsbrandtsen Slrachan
Steel Vender Isthmian Slrachan
JalakalaScindiaSmith 8c Kelly
Vishva Man gal RTSCISmith Kelly
Hellenic Leader RTPHellenic Dixie
July 10 July 10 July 10 July 22 July 24 July 30
Excelsior Am ExportIsbrandtsen Strachan Aug 4
Chaina PAKISTAN Flying Gull Am ExportIsbrandtsen Strachan July in
Excelsior Am ExportIsbrandtsen Strachan Aug 4
Chittagong PAKISTAN Strachan
Excelsior Am ExportIsbrandtsen Slrachan Aug 4
Hellenic Hero RTPHellenic
Flying GullAm ExportIsbrandtsen
Steel VenderIsthmian
Hellenic Leader RTPHellenic
Steel SurveyorIsthmian
Excelsior Am ExportIsbrandtsen
Dixie
Slrachan
Slrachan
Dixie
Sirachan Strachan
July 10 July 10 July 10 July 30 Aug 3 Aug 4
Madras INDIA
Flying GullAm ExportIsbrandtsen
Steel VenderIsthmian
JalakalaScindia
Vishva Mangal RTSCI
Steel SurveyorIsthmian
Excelsior Am ExportIsbrandtsen
Smith
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July 10 July 10 July 22 July 24 Aug 3 Aua 4
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UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Glasgow SCOTLAND Tremorvah T Manchester Liners Smith 8c Kelly July 18
Liverpool ENGLAND American Miller US Strachan July 6
London ENGLAND American Miller US Strachan July 6
Amer can Packer US Strachan July 10
Manchester ENGLAND Tremorvah TManchester LinersSmith 8c Kelly
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GEORGIAS GATEWAY TO WORLD TRADE
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Directory of Port Services for Savannah and Brunswick
Savannah enjoys regular steamship service to the United Kingdom and European ports the Mediterranean ports South African South American and the Far Eastern
ports Many of these vessels call at Brunswick A Consolidated Sailing Schedule is available from the Savannah District Authority P 0 Box 768 Savannah Ga
Shipping Companies
DIXIE STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC 206 E Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 E Bay Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Company Bldg
TARVER SHIPPING COMPANY 105107 E Bay Street TROSDAL SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank and Trust Company
Barge Service IntraCoastal
C G WILLIS INC Paulsboro N J
Barge Service Inland
MERRY BROTHERS Augusta Georgia
Stevedores
DIXIE STEVEDORING CO INC 206 E Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street ROBERTS MARTIN W 105107 E Bay Street SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 E Bay Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 E Bay Street
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Co Bldg
Foreign Freight Forwarders
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO American Building W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC Realty Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building
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J K EBBERWEIN 126 W Bay JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street
D J POWERS American Building
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street
Custom House Brokers
W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street
E L MOBLEY 215 Morel Building
D J POWERS American Building J W TARVER Arcade Building DONALD R WINTER 1518 Healey Bldg Atlanta Georgia GEORGE W WISE JR
404 Realty Building
Consuls
BRAZIL
Jack M Sayler V consul H DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen V consul H DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Jack M Sayler Consul H FINLAND
A G Van Schaick V consul H FRANCE
Edwin J Middleton Consular agent H
GERMANY
F A O Bahre Consul H ITALY
Joseph M Cafiero Consular agent H
NETHERLANDS
A G Van Schaick V consul H NORWAY
J P Imiay V consul H SWEDEN
L Roy Riddick V consul H VENEZUELA
Sr PrietoHopkins Consul C H Honorary C Career
Georgia Ports Authoritys Solicitation Offices
SAVANNAH P O Box 1039 ADams 61561 Teletype 9123543499 J D HOLT Executive Director
BRUNSWICK P 0 Box 1758 AMherst 58500 Teletype 9122655138 CECIL G GNANN
NEW YORK I CHICAGO
233 Broadway COrtlandt 75731 Teletype 2125711312 GEORGE EGGERT
224 So Michigan i HArrison 78478 j FRED WHELAN
ATLANTA 1131 Healey Bldg JAckson 51595 Teletype 4045271034 CLAUDE NEWMAN
BONN GERMANY 532 BonnBad Godesberg Ruengsdorfer Strasse 53 b Telephone
Bad Godesberg 69344 LAURENCE W MAGRATH
JAMES I NEWSOME JR Savannah Director of Operations
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA
2 Adgers Wharf Phone RA 22921
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
Ocean Terminal Building Phone ADams 23151
BRUNSWICK GEORGIA
State Docks Building Phone 2657588
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone ELgin 57671
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
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have the facilities and knowhow that make the profitable difference for you wherever in the world you trade First names in foreign and domestic shipping depend on Georgia ports for Speed
Service Security and Savings
Now is the time to discover the difference in Georgia Contact any office below for a fast complete and confidential analysis of your specific distribution and transportation requirements
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY Savannah Georgia
NEW YORK CHICAGO ATLANTA BONN GERMANY
233 Broadway 224 So Michigan 1131 Healey Bldg 532 Bad GodesbergBonn
COrtlandt 75731 HArrison 78478 JAckson 51595 Ruengsdorfer Strasse 53 b
Teletype 2125711312 GEORGE EGGERT or JOSEPH C DOWNING FRED WHELAN Teletype 4045271034 CLAUDE NEWMAN Telephone Bad Godesberg 69344 LAURENCE W MAGRATH
SAVANNAH P 0 Box 1039 ADams 61561 Teletype 9123543499 J D HOLT Executive Director
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Served by 5 railroads 50 truck lines 105 steamship lines
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NEW IN SAVANNAH Storage For All Types Vegetable Oils and Chemicals
We invite you to select Strategic Savannah Gateway to the burgeoning Southeast and the world We boast the largest deepwater terminal storage facility in the Southeast Our services are prompt efficient and reasonable Tankage is immediately available for any commodity that flows We invite your inquiry your inspection and your business
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OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE AND COLUMBUS

THE
EXECUTIVES
CORNER
By J D Holt
Time passes so quicklyit seems only a couple of years ago that we were trying to reach a million tons of cargo and now another fiscal year has passed and we find ourselves with another goalthat of reaching 2 million tons of cargo handled the catalyst being a record breaking 1614223 tons for the HOlT fiscal year just
passed or an increase of 1119
We here at the GPA are the first to acknowledge that whatever we areor whatever we strive to be we owe to our many friends and customers
So we would like at this time to pay tribute to our host of customers to the steamship lines and their Georgiabased agents the freight forwarders and custom house brokers and to the inland transportation companies both rail and truck all of whom have contributed so much to the Georgia Ports Authoritys success stoiy
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert C Norman Augusta Chairman W D Trippe Cedartown Vice Chairman Howell Hollis Columbus Thomas M Johnson Savannah Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie Secretary
A M Harris Sr Brunswick Anton F Solms Jr Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude Newman Atlanta Director of Commerce and Traffic
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Jim Bisson Savannah Director df Public Relations Advertising
GEORGIA 7
VOLUME 6 NUMBER 7 JULY 1965
JIM BISSON Editor
Official publication of the Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 Savannah Georgia Telephone AD 61561 Advertising rates furnished on request
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GPA TONNAGE STORY 4
THE GEORGIA PORTS STORY 10
BAINBRIDGE PURCHASE 14
ENGINEERS DAY 16
NATIONAL RIVERS HARBORS
CONGRESS 19
U S DEPT OF IMMIGRATION 22
SAILING SCHEDULE 23
DIRECTORY OF PORT SERVICES 27
Hii GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
THE COVER
The Georgia Ports Authority has racked up another record breaking year at its deepwater facilities For full details on this smashing success story see page 4
Georgia AnchorAge is published monthly on the 10th of each month and distributed third class mail to over 8000 readers All copy and pictures may be used by others however it would be appreciated if a credit line is given to The Georgia Ports Authority
JULY 1965
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PORTS AUTHORITYS
Despite a crippling dock strike the Georgia Ports Authority handled recordbreaking cargo tonnages at its deepwater terminals in Savannah and Brunswick during the fiscal year ending June 30 according to Robert C Norman Chairman of the Authority
Tonnages at the three state owned facilities for the 12 month period totaled 1614223 tons an increase of 162434 tons or 1119 percent over the previous year
Cargo at the Garden City Terminal topped the 1000000 ton mark for the second time in its 13 year history Figures for the GPAs three deepwater terminals included Garden City 1090051 tons Ocean Terminal 455500 tons and Brunswick State Docks 68672 tons
Norman said the cargo gains at Georgias deepwater ports would have been vastly more impressive had it not been for a 53day dock strike and a tagend tieup of many U S flag vessels
Savannah facilities handled 1110 vessels with cargoes totaling 1545551 tons This represented a gain of 183421 tons of cargo and eight vessels over the previous fiscal year
Ocean Terminal where a new 38 million facility was placed in use during fiscal 1964 and a like facility is now under construction continued to register impressive cargo gains
Norman said that 455500 tons of cargo moved through Ocean Terminal to and from 453 vessels This represents a gain of 109319 tons of cargo and 15 vessels over the previous year
The GPA Chairman said the record tonnages of the fiscal year just ended marks a continuation of the continuing gains made in recent years at Savannah and Brunswick Tonnages at the three GPA deepwater facilities have progressed steadily from 1225066 tons in fiscal 1962 to the thumping 1614223 tons of fiscal 1965 he added
These totals are a tribute to the efficiency and general opera
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tion of the Authoritys team Norman said It is no time to rest on the oars Georgia must keep abreast of the growing volume of commerce moving through its ports Thats why new construction is either underway or projected at all of our ports deepwater and inland
J D Holt Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority said a permit system governing the flow of cargo in and out of the GPA facilities at Savannah and Brunswick during the dock strike proved to be a lifesaver
When the twomonthsold strike ended Holt said congestion was at a minimum at GPA facilities with the result that Savannah and Brunswick picked up cargo from ports whose facilities were hopelessly choked
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Brigadier General Clarence C Haug Named South Atlantic Division Engineer
Brigadier General Clarence C Haug has been assigned to the position of Division Engineer South Atlantic Division of the Army Corps of Engineers Atlanta Georgia replacing Major General Alvin C Welling the Division Engineer since February 1963 who is retiring from active service effective July 31 1965
General Haug 54 has been nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate for promotion to the rank of Temporary Major General
General Haug is presently serving in Washington D C as Chief Mutual Security Office Headquarters Army Materiel Command
The South Atlantic Division of the Corps of Engineers has longestablished District offices at Savannah Georgia Charleston South Carolina Jacksonville Florida Wilmington North Carolina and Mobile Alabama They handle military construction water resource and related real estate operations of the Corps of Engineers More recently the Canaveral District was established with responsibilities for Air Force design and construction for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration at Cape Kennedy The Mobile District also does extensive design and construction work for NASA at the Marshall Space Flight Center Huntsville Ala and at the Mississippi Test Facility on the Pearl River Mississippi
General Haug was born in Spillville Iowa on August 17 1910 He was graduated from the United States Military Academy West Point in 1935 He received his masters degree in Engineering from Cornell University Ithaca New York in 1938
General Haug is a member of the Society of American Military Engineers and is a Registered Professional Engineer in Alabama
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South African Consul Pays Visit
Geoffrey 1 Thomas South African Consul Commercial of New Orleans is piciured here as he toured the Georgia Ports facilities on his recent visit to Savannah While in Savannah Thomas met with key personnel of the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce port officials and others connected with importexport trade to promote South African exports through the Savannah port
Thomas who covers an eleven state area from Georgia to New Mexico pointed out that South Africa is now very industrialized and that industry creates by far the largest portion of the economy With a long list of export items he was particularly interested in the new GPA cold storage facility which could be utilized for the importation of rock lobster tails
Thomas was visibly impressed by the numerous South African sailings from the port of Savannah and commented that he was completely surprised by the vast scope and scale of the GPA
Organization and Methodology For River Basin Planning
The Water Resources Center of the Georgia Institute of Technology announced the publication of a book entitled Organization and Methodology for River Basin Planning which is based on the experiences of the U S Study Commission for the Southeast river basins The book is in essence the proceedings of a Seminar which involved reports and critiques by an intimate group of experts in all professional fields related to land and water resources planning Containing 28 pages of multicolor maps and references the cloth bound 561 page book is available from Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta Georgia 30332
Kerr Steamship Co Plans Facilities Expansion For Savannah Shipping Firm
The Kerr Steamship Company Inc has announced plans to modernize and expand facilities of the Stevens Shipping Co of Savannah Georgia to meet continuing business growth in the South Atlantic area Established 35 years ago the Savannah firm of steamship agents and contracting stevedores will henceforth be known as the Stevens Shipping and Terminal Company with headquarters at 26 East Bay Street the announcement said
The Kerr Steamship Company has managed the Savannah firm in which it has acquired a financial interest since February and according to the announcement will continue its managerial role in the activities of the company
Cortland D Linder president of Kerr Steamship Company Inc has been elected president of Stevens Shipping and Terminal Company Other senior officers are John P Stevens chairman and Charles B Ballard executive vice president Eugene R Daniels continues as treasurer and Walter G Caseres has been appointed assistant general manager
The announcement said the Stevens Shipping and Terminal Company will continue to handle general and bulk cargoesincluding liquid bulk Complete bagging facilities are also available as well as blending equipment for the mixing of bulk cargoes Its terminals provide five berths for ocean going vessels with 250000 sq feet of warehousing space
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Our European director Laurence W Magrath has just completed a tour of Milan Turin and Vienna telling and selling the Georgia Ports Story We present this month his impressions of the tour on his first slop Milan Next month we will feature his travels to Turin and Vienna
By Laurence W Magrath European Director While recollection is still vivid we want to tell our AnchorAge readers on both sides of the Atlantic not overlooking those in other parts of the world served by the 100 steamship lines in and out of GPA ports about a recent highly effective series of receptions in Milan and Turin Northern Italy and in Vienna Austria
Seeing is believing so they say but Seeing and Hearing is even better as the soft sell prelude in order to penetrate the consciousness of those traffic managers forwarding agents and others who when we do so are deeply impressed by realization of the giant strides industry is making in the vast SouthEast area of USA to and from which our GPA ports are the gateway Here truly we can speak to Europeans of a Great Leap Forward and the related opportunities
The wellprepared soft sell is what in this day and age we call an audiovisual presentation merely a modern and perhaps less selfexplanatory way
of describing a colorslide show with synchronized sound Fashion dictates terminology as well as womens hats
Travel with our complete audiovisual equipment is necessarily accomplished most conveniently by automobile The equipment consists of projector sound recorder tapes with our own recorded voice in four languages English German French and Italian as well as the corresponding texts themselves
When our European representation was first established with the joint mission of selling Georgias Ports to Europe and selling Europe to our friends in Georgia and its hinterland this writer was directed as circumstances permitted to send home for AnchorAge socalled Man on the spot pictures of himself standing in front of European landmarks known to every schoolage American so as to help project the image of Europe on USA Some of these have appeared the Brandenburger Tor in Berlin Big Ben in London the Eiffel Tower in Parisand now we give Milan Cathedral with a few pigeons also around and the Opera
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House Vienna Some day we may include the Leaning Tower of Pisa and it shall not topple but this time it would have meant a deviation to an area where perhaps there is little or no potential traffic via Savannah and Brunswick We mention these Man on the spot pictures as an apologia for the rather frequent appearance of the same countenance sometimes severe gay or preoccupied depending on whether the photographer is a meticulous stance poser or a spur of the moment snapshotter
Our first presentation took place at the US Trade Center Milan located within the international trade fair area The Center has extensive exhibition spaces reception rooms and offices and is a complex lending itself to almost any type of presentation This US Trade Center is no less impressive than those at Frankfurt and London about which past AnchorAge issues have already carried highly laudatory descriptions Just as in Frankfurt and London the Director Mr Martin Stahl is the spark vitalizing what otherwise could be an inanimate if impressive installation As in every human enterprise here again it is people who count most in producing results Mr Stahl a most dynamic personality speaking fluently seven languages is assisted by a
group of dedicated specialists each one of whom contributed to our function as if it were his own Incidentally we cannot refrain from mentioning a young Italian lady just a slip of a girl one might say who handled the formulation printing and mailing of the invitations
In addition we transport a generous and adequately varied supply of GPA flyers brochures samples of our advertising and last but not least a large quantity of current and back numbers of our colorful AnchorAge which because of their cover eyeappeal seem always to attract a quick pickup
The preparations are a combination first of militarytype logistics which must take into account the right routing timing weather and traffic the latter nearing saturation in all Europe and second the actual entertainment planningin fact whether we like it or not and we do like it we are in the entertainment business
The trip of which we now write covered a total road distance of something over 2000 miles through Germany Switzerland Italy and Austria By American standards this distance is not too significant but in Europe there is a totally different significance that of the immediate and constant changes from country to country not only of
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language but of mentality attitudes local customs and protocol with all of which we must conform meticulously if we are to be made welcome As one changes countries ones own mind must be reoriented to say nothing of figuring out Austrian schillings and Italian liras in terms of US dollars as we reach continually into our pockets and overcome the shock of realizing that say 10000 liras after all are only slightly more than 1600 A Belgian plantlocation expert as quoted about a year ago in Time put it this way Americans just dont understand that for instance Rotterdam and Antwerp are commercially not just two different cities theyre different worlds
Our first stage was Milan the undisputed industrial capital of Italy Its people truly representative of their country nevertheless epitomize business efficiency and getting quickly to the point without sacrificing their gracious Latin ways And where could one find a greater gourmets paradise even if some friends will dispute this
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artin Stahl foreground Director USTC Milan employ rgia Ports festivities at Milan
most aptly Not only did Mr Martin Stahl his staff and some of the Milan Consulate General personnel attend the reception May 6 but they arranged for the catering and public relations We had a fine detailed press notice in the leading Milan business paper which public relations aspect alone would have justified the event Furthermore we were privileged to be introduced to the assemblage by Consul General Earl T Crain the entire proceedings from start to finish being in the Italian language an essential factor if there was to be the right impact We also received a fine writeup in Italian American Business the journal of the American Chamber of Commerce in Italy a most worthwhile organization with 3000 members of which GPA is a member
When writing about the US Trade Centers in Frankfurt and London our opening words read When something is really good and one knows it to be so there is a strong impulse to tell the world It is appropriate that our remarks about the US Trade Center Milan should close with the same words
To be continued next month
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Robert C Norman Augusta Chairman of the Georgia Ports Authority has announced the purchase of 2816 acres of land in the immediate area of existing port facilities at Bainbridge from Mrs Grace Maples Roubaud The purchase price was 63360
The purchase includes all Roubaud property with the exception of their existing facilities which they will maintain and continue to operate The acquisition will give the Georgia Ports Authority an additional 1200 feet of waterfront property
Commenting on the purchase J D Holt Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority said the phenomenal growth of Georgias first inland port at Bainbridge has necessitated the acqui
sition of more land for future industrial expansion
We have no immediate announcement of industrial growth at the Bainbridge facility however prospects are very promising
This latest development at the Bainbridge port has brought the total investment by the Georgia Ports Authority here to 231836000 which does not include 10000000 paid by the Housing and Home Financing Agency in a joint venture with the GPA on a new warehousing and bagging facility
The recent opening of Southern Nitrogens 35 million dollar chemical fertilizer manufacturing and distribution facility here at Bainbridge is positive proof of the potential of the inland port
This industry alone will employ 75 persons in the Bainbridge area The first of Southern Nitrogens refrigerated barges should arrive at the state docks this month with its cargo of anhydrous ammonia for the new plant Approximately 50 thousand tons of this liquid will be unloaded across the GPA docks each year
Georgias inland ports located on interrelated waterway systems link much of Georgias complex of cities and towns with their surrounding industrial area A superb network of railroads and highways combine with these magnificent inland waterways to provide Georgia with economical avenues of commerce to all of our hemisphere and the world at large
The area outlined in these fore and aft views shows the approximate location of the properly purchased at the Bainbridge facility by the Authority for
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As the Army Corps of Engineers observed its 190th anniversary June 16 Savannah District took a look at its achievements during the current fiscal year which began July 1 1964 and ended June 30 of this year
During this period said Colonel Paul W Ramee District Engineer we have let over 85 construction contracts with a dollarvalue of more than 60 million Georgia projects received almost half of the new work 44 contract awards for the sum total of 293 million
Twofold Mission
Colonel Ramee pointed out that the Savannah District has a twofold mission that of serving as a member of the Military Defense team and the other as a contributor to the economic and technical development of our country Specifically Savannah District under its civil works program is responsible for the maintenance and improvements of 30 miles of channel in Savannah Harbor and 19 miles in Brunswick Harbor both in Georgia and about 9 miles at Femandina Harbor in Florida together with a 165mile portion of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway and a 199mile waterway between Savannah and Augusta Ga and other civil works construction for flood control
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Principal speaker Major General Alvin C Welling South Atlantic Divipn E of Savannah District employees giving recognition for their outstanding perfoi Sr Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Georgia Ports Authority presi Georgia with all rivers and harbors shown This presentation took place at Savannah District Authority and the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce t
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In addition the District has the added responsibility for detailed studies and investigations for navigation and flood control authorized by River and Harbor and Flood Control Acts and by Congressional Committee Resolutions the collection of information on waterborne commerce and the administration of laws for the protection and preservation of navigation and navigable waters
A total of 532 million has been expended by the Corps of Engineers in the maintenance and improvement of the Savannah Harbor Channel during its 125 years of work in the Savannah area In February of this year a halfmilliondollar enlargement of the Kings Island Turning Basin in the upper end of the harbor immediately above the Georgia State Docks at its Garden City Terminal was completed In June of this year Savannah District completed additional improvements to the Savannah River below Augusta Ga costing around 250000 to provide a 9foot channel for navigation on a yearround basis
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Highlight of the past years activities was completion of a Savannah Harbor plan of improvement
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Leers Celebrate ersary June 16
to cost 137 million in which Savannah District recommended a widening and deepening project to the Savannah River Channel from the Atlantic Bar at Tybee Island to the vicinity of the Savannah Sugar Refinery This widening and deepening project will accommodate projected tonnages and drafts of vessels for the year 2015 The annual tonnage in the Port of i Savannah is expected to double by 1990 It also involves construction of a sediment trap in Back River which will reduce by 40 percent the annual dredging costs of around one million dollars
Both projects have been approved by the Corps of Engineers Rivers and Harbors Board and the widening and deepening project has been included in this Congress Public Works Bill of 1965 as an authorized project for construction The Savannah District is currently making a similar study for improvements to Brunswick Harbor and a model of the harbor is now being constructed at the Engineers Waterways Experiment Station Vicksburg Miss to be used in making detailed investigations
Savannah District employs more than 800 persons and its payroll for the current fiscal year was around 78 million
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Celebration Highlights
Highlighting its celebration of the Corps of Engineers 190th Birthday an Award Ceremony was held on June 16 at the Hotel DeSoto Ballroom in Savannah Ga giving recognition to 100 employees for longevity or outstanding performance A total of 1410 years of government service was represented among the 78 employees receiving service buttons for 40 years 30 years 20 years and 10 years service Major General Alvin C Welling South Atlantic Division Engineer of the U S Army Corps of Engineers was the principal speaker A special tribute was made to the Savannah Engineer District with the presentation of a framed Certificate of Appreciation to Colonel Paul W Ramee District Engineer by Guy Kissinger Executive Director of the Savannah District Authority on behalf of the Georgia Ports Authority Savannah District Authority City of Savannah County of Chatham and the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce
An Open House was held at the Savannah District Headquarters open to the general public where following the Awards Ceremony exhibits demonstrations and movies illustrated the various facets of work activities
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iding pertormance to the Corps In the photo on the right Thomas M Johnson tiorily presents General Welling a cake appropriately designed as the Slate oi k place at an informal luncheon sponsored by the Georgia Ports Authority lommerce to honor General Welling and Colonel Paul Ramee Savannah Disiricl
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We are happy to see some of our own GPA faces appear in our PhotooftheMonth contest This shot by Mr Watson shows the Georgia Ports Authoritys efficient new car inspection team as they throw themselves into their job Left to right Donald Davis GPA Ed Kenny Downing Company Atlanta and Bake Smith GPA
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52nd National Convention
NATIONAL RIVERS AND HARBORS CONGRESS
For the first time in the 52 year history of the National Rivers and Harbors Congress the Georgia delegation has been represented not by individuals but as a group united in one effort to improve the States waterways
In the words of Lester S Moody a national director and chairman of the Georgia delegation the telescope of the entire country is focused on the Southeast with Georgia as the focal point I sincerely believe that this new togetherness will do more for our States water resources than any program I recall in my many years of service on the NRHC
J D Holt Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority and VicePresident of the NRHC remarked at one of the GPA receptions sponsored for the Georgia group one is not only impressed by the calibre and size of the Georgia delegation 37 present but by the feeling of unity which foretells great things for our States rivers and harbors
No less than four recommendations of the Georgia
delegation were accepted by the Committee on Projects They were Savannah Harbor the development of the Chattahoochee to Atlanta the development of the Flint River to Albany and Statewide pollution problems
The National Rivers and Harbors Congress is a nationwide organization of Federal State and local leaders devoted to the sound and swift development of Americas water resources
For more than half a century the NRHC has assisted regional State and local government in developing their water resources
The Congress has pioneered in the uphill struggle to protect and harness our foremost national resource water itself
Based solidly on local needs its influence extends into the highest councils of the government Being national in scope its activities and concern encompass all the diverse sectional and regional water interest of the country
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Shown above at the NRHC banquet reading from left to right G Elliott Hagan Congressman First District A G Van Schiak foreground G H Kissinger J D Holt General P N Strong Retired Samuel Edleman foreground Shaefer Heard and Congressman John J Flynl Jr Sixth District In the photo below left to right Gardner Barton E J Archbold E M Vinson Maj Gen F M Albrecht Retired foreground James A Mackay Congressman Fourth District T O Galloway J Russell Tuten Congressman Eighth District foreground John L Raulerson Jr General Manager Brunswick Pori Authority and Craker D Paschal
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NATIONAL RIVERS AND HARBORS CONGRESS JUNE 8 11 1965
Lester S Moody of Augusta Georgia by appointment of Governor Carl S Sanders served as Chairman of the Georgia Delegation at the 52nd annual National Convention of the National Rivers and Harbors Congress Mr Moody has been a member of the NRHC for 15 years and a National Director of the organization for the past 10 Mr Moody is also Chairman of the National Bureau of Wafer Re sources
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Robert L Poole
IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION OFFICER
At Savannah Georgia INS responsibilities are met by one assigned officerImm Inspector Robert L Poole who has served in this post since 1953
Savannah offers many advantages to industrialists seeking new plant sites excellent transportation services and facilities and abundant and economical fuel supplies
With business expansion has come a steady rise in port activity where Imm Inspector Poole is charged with the responsibility of making all the required inspectionsnot only at Savannah but at Brunswick and St Marys Georgia as well
Although some aliens immigrate through this port most of the inspections involve ships crews During fiscal 1964 Mr Poole inspected 393 foreign vessels and for the first nine months of 1965 276 vessels
In addition he furnished such information as is requested by the general public conducts investigations
when necessary accepts Custody of deportable aliens from other law enforcement agencies and receives overthecounter applications for such benefits as the Service administers
This officer is also charged with maintaining liaison with the various state county and city officials Since no investigators are assigned except on detail basis it falls to Mr Poole to keep in touch with the individuals who have been contacted
In order to keep successful crewman desertions to a minimum such liaison is an absolute necessity Proof of the success of this liaison is the low number of successful desertions accomplished at this port
This officer whose job requires that he wear so many hats joined INS in 1942 He has worked as Imm Inspector at N Y C Miami and at Savannah A native Georgian he attended the University of Georgia He has a working knowledge of the Spanish language and good facility in the
use of Italian French and German He is a U S Army veteran 194346
Inspector Pooles office is located in the historic old U S Custom House built in 1852 It is Georgias oldest Federal building Liaison with representatives of other Federal agencies which share the building is an easy matter
Although naturalization cases are handled by an attorney sent over from the Atlanta office Mr Poole makes it a point to appear at the court during the examiners visit as well as at other appropriate times
The Inspectors work calls for close liaison with the FBI on such matters as stowaways and other cases while Post Office investigative officers both give and receive help concerning law violators of interest to the Government Each January when the Post Office handles the address report program numerous questions arise which call for consultations between those officials and Inspector Poole
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StrachanAug 5
SlrachanAug 19
StrachanSept 3
StrachanAug 5
StrachanAug 19
SlrachanSept 3
SlrachanAug 5
StrachanAug 19
StrachanSept 3
SlrachanAug 5
StrachanAug 19
StrachanSept 3
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer Space TDenotes Tank Space PDenotes Passenger
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Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Puerto Limon COSTA RICA
AlstertalSsSEtlRRoyal Netherlands
SchuerbekRoyal Netherlands
Nina JSSTica
A Vesselppsi1Royal Netherlands
Strachan Strachan
Dixie
Strachan
Aug 5 Aug 19 Aug 20 Sept 3
Puntarenas COSTA RICA
Alstertal Royal Netherlands
Schuerbek Royal Netherlands
A VesselZZT Royal Netherlands
Strachan
Strachan
Strachan
San Jose de Guatemala GUATEMALA
AlstertaliRoyal Netherlands Strachan
SchuerbekRoyal Netherlands Strachan
A VesselMLRoyal Netherlands Strachan
San Juan del Sur NICARAGUA
AlstertalRoyal Netherlands Strachan
Schuerbek Royal Netherlands Strachan
A Vessel Royal Netherlands Strachan
COASTWISE
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT
Hoegh CliffHoeghSmith KellyAug 13
Hellenic Laurel RTHellenic DixieAug 14
Steel AgeStates MarineIsthmian StrachanAug 16
Algiers ALGERIA
Slovenija RTPJugolinija
Smith Kelly
Aug 12
Ancona ITALY
Slovenija RTPJugolinijaSmith Kelly
Aug 12
Barcelona Valencia Spain Genoa Leghorn Naples Italy Salonica Greece Derince Turkey Tripoli Libya
tSee note below Lykes Brothers Strachan
Barcelona SPAIN
Makedonija
JugolinijaSmith Kelly
Aug 9
Beirut LEBANON
Exemplar
Am ExporiIsbrandlsen Strachan
Aug 25
Catania ITALY
Slovenija RTP
JugolinijaSmith Kelly
Aug 12
Haifa ISRAEL
Queshei
Mazal
Zim Southern
Zim H Southern
Aug 4 Sept 16
Iskenderun TURKEY
Coruh Turkish Cargo
Dixie
Aiig 15
Istanbul TURKEY
Coruh Turkish Cargo
Dixie
Aug 15
Izmir TURKEY
Coruh
Turkish Cargo Dixie
Aug 15
Genoa ITALY
Sebastiano Venier
Makedonija
Vettor Pisani
Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeAug 3
JugolinijaSmith KellyAug 9
Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeAug 23
Leghorn ITALY
Sebastiano VenierSidarma
Vettor PisaniSidarma
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime
Aug 3 Aug 23
Marseilles FRANCE
Sebastiano VenierSidarma
MakedonijaJugolinija
Slovenija RTPJugolinija
Vettor PisaniSidarma
Southeastern MaritimeAug 3
Smith KellyAug 9
Smith KellyAug 12
Southeastern MaritimeAug 23
Naples ITALY
MonfioreCreole
Makedonija W Jugolinija
Slovenija RTPJugolinija
Smith Kelly Smith Kelly Smith Kelly
Aug 7 Aug 9 Aug 12
Port Said EGYPT
Hoegh Cliff
Hoegh
Smith Kelly
Aug 13
Piraeus GREECE
QuesheiZim
Mazal Zim
Southern
Southern
Aug 4 Sept 16
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
MakedonijaJugolinija
Slovenija RTPJugolinija
Smith Kelly Smith Kelly
Aug 9 Aug 12
Savona ITALY
Sebastiano VenierSidarma
Vettor PisaniSidarma
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime
Aug 3 Aug 23
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Tel Aviv ISRAEL Zim Southern Aug 4
Mazal Zim Southern Sept 16
Trieste TRIESTE Makedonija Jugolinija Smith Kelly Aug 9
Tripoli LIBYA Hoegh Cliff Hoegh Smith Kelly Aug 13
Valencia SPAIN Coruh Turkish Cargo Dixie Aug 15
Venice ITALY
Monfiore
Makedonija
Slovenija RTP
Creole
Jugolinija
Jugolinija
Smith KellyAug 7
Smith KellyAug 9
Smith KellyAug 12
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam Antwerp Bremen Hamburg Rotterdam
Iliersum RTPIndependent GulfSmith KellyAug 11
HasselburgOzean Stinnes Southeastern MiimeAug 16
LuljenburgOzean Stinnes Southeastern MtimeAug 30
Witmarsum RTPIndependent GulfSmith KellySept 6
Hilversum RTPIndependent GulfSmith KellySept 13
Antwerp BELGIUM
Poeldyk RT
American Miller
American Packer3
Herbjorn
Gorredyk RT
Grebbedyk RT
HollandAmerica HohensteinAug 6
United States StrachanZ Aug 6
United Stales StrachanAug 12
American Star DixieAug 20
HollandAmerica HohensteinSepi 3
HollandAmerica HohensteinOcl 5
Amsterdam Rotterdam Bremen Hamburg
Poeldyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinAug 6
Gorredyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinSept 3
Grebbedyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinOct 5
Bremen Hamburg Antwerp Rotterdam
SvaneholmSwedish AmWilhelmsenStrachanAug 16
Bremerhaven Hamburg Rotterdam Antwerp
American ProducerUnited States StrachanAug 19
VretaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsenStrachanSept 9
Bremerhaven Bremen Rotterdam Antwerp
American ReporterUnited States Strachan
Aug 26
Bremen GERMANY
Herbjorn
American Star Dixie
Aug 20
Hamburg GERMANY
Herbjorn
American Star Dixie
Aug 20
Le Havre FRANCE
Poeldyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinAug 6
SvaneholmSwedish AmWilhelmsenStrachanAug 16
Gorredyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinSept 3
Vretaholm Swedish AmWilhelmsenStrachan Sept 9
Grebbedyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinOct 5
Rotterdam Amsterdam Antwerp
AngelicRegent StevensAug 5
Fidelity Regent StevensAug 25
Rotterdam HOLLAND
American Packer Herbjorn
United Slates Strachan
American Star Dixie
Aug 12 Aug 20
PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
Australian Gem K Farrell Southeastern Maritime
Montreal Star RBlue Star Southern
Australian GalaxyFarrell Southeastern Maritime
TrebarthaAm Australian
Cap Vilano RTColumbus
YorkshireAm Australian
Gladstone StarBlue Star
DonegalPort Associated
KungalandAtlanttrafik
City of BrisbaneAm Australian
Pacific OceanAtlanttrafik
Smith Kelly Southern
Stevens
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
City of AucklandAm AustralianSmith Kelly
DorsetPort AssociatedStrachan
Belawan SUMATRA
Hoegh Cliff
HoeghJBSmith
Aug 8
Aug 9
Aug 11
Aug 13
Aug 19
Aug 23
Aug 29
Sept 2
Sept 6
Sept 15
Oct 1
Aug 3
Aug 31
Aug 13
t All scheduled outward sailings over the six Lykes Lines Trade Routes have been cancelled as a result of the strike of various maritime labor unions Due notice of sailings to all areas will be announced immediately upon termination of the strike
Denotes Via Transshipment RprDenotes Reefer Space
24
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
City of CanberraPort AssociatedStrachanAug 6
Australian GemFarrell Southeastern MaritimeAug 8
Montreal Star RBlue Star SouthernAug 9
TrebarthaAm AustralianSmith KellyAug 13
Cap Vilano RTColumbus SouthernAug 19
Yorkshire2ifeAm AustralianSmith KellyAug 23
Australian GalaxyFarrell Southeastern MaritimeAug 27
Gladstone StarBlue Star SouthernAug 29
DonegalPort AssociatedStrachanSept 2
KungalandAtlantirafik StevensSept 6
City of BrisbaneAm AustralianSmith KellySept 15
Pacific OceanAtlantirafik StevensOct 1
T Denotes Tank Space PDenotes Passenger GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Bluff NEW ZEALAND
DorsetPort AssociatedStrachan
Aug 31
Bugo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil SantosMaritime Co Phil Southeastern MAug 11
Phil Luna Maritime Co Phil Southeastern M Aug 26
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited PhilippineSouthernAug 4
Phil SantosMaritime Co PhilSoutheastern MAug 11
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernAug 14
Phil LunaMaritime Co Phil Southeastern MAug 26
Phil Pres Roxas RTPUnited Philippine SouthernAug 27
Phil Pres Quezon RTPUnited Philippine SouthernSept 6
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited PhilippineSouthernAug 4
Phil SantosMaritime Co Phil Southeastern MAug 11
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernAug 14
Phil LunaMaritime Co Phil Southeastern MAug 26
Phil Pres Roxas RTPUnited Philippine SouthernAug 27
Phil Pres Quezon RTPUnited Philippine SouthernSept 6
Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
City of AucklandAm AustralianSmith KellyAug 3
DorsetPort AssociatedStrachanAug 31
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
City of CanberraPort AssociatedStrachanAug 6
City of BrisbaneAm AustralianSmith KellySept 15
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited PhilippineSouthernAug 4
Phil Santos Maritime Co PhilSoutheastern MAug 11
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernAug 14
Montana Maru RTK LineSmith KellyAug 17
Phil LunaMaritime Co PhilSoutheastern MAug 26
Phil Pres Roxas RTPUnited Philippine Southern Aug 27
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine SouthernSept 6
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited PhilippineSouthernAug 4
Phil SantosMaritime Co PhilSoutheastern MAug 11
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernAug 14
Phil LunaMaritime Co PhilSoutheastern MAug 26
Phil Pres Roxas RTPUnited Philippine SouthernAug 27
Phil Pres Quezon RTPUnited Philippine SouthernSept 6
Keelung FORMOSA
Montana Maru RTK LineSmith KellyAug 17
Kobe JAPAN
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited PhilippineSouthernAug 4
Hodakasan Maru MiisuiOSK Strachan Aug 7
Shimane Maru NYK Strachan Aug 11
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernAug 14
Montana Maru RT K Line Smith Kelly Aug 17
Phil Pres Roxas RTP United Philippine SouthernAug 27
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine SouthernSept 6
Mogamisan Maru MiisuiOSK Strachan Sept 7
Seta Maru NYK Strachan Sept 8
Saisuma MaruNYK StrachanSept 8
Lyttelton NEW ZEALAND
City of AucklandAm AustralianSmith KellyAug 3
Australian GemFarrell Southeastern MaritimeAug 8
DorsetPort AssociatedStrachanAug 31
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited PhilippineSouthernAug 4
Phil SantosMaritime Co PhilSoutheastern MAug 11
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernAug 14
Phil LunaMaritime Co PhilSoutheastern MAuij 26
Phil Pres Roxas RTP United Philippine South ernAug 27
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine SouthernSept 6
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
City of CanberraPort AssociatedStrachan
Australian GemFarrell Southeastern Maritime
Montreal Star R
Trebartha
Cap Vilano RT
Yorkshire
Australian Galaxy
Gladstone Star
Donegal
Kungaland
City of Brisbane Pacific Ocean
Blue Star Southern
Am AustralianSmith Kelly
Columbus Southern
Am Australian Smith Kelly
Farrell Southeastern Maritime
Blue Star Southern
Port AssociatedStrachan
Allanttrafik Stevens
Am AustralianSmith Kelly
Allanttrafik Stevens
Aug 6 Aug 8 Aug 9 Aug 13 Aug 19 Aug 23 Aug 27 Aug 29 Sept 2 Sept 6 Sept 15 Oct 1
Nagoya JAPAN
Hodakasan Maru
Shimane Maru
Montana Maru RT
Mogamisan Maru
Seta Maru
MitsuiOSK
NYK
K Line
MiisuiOSK
NYK
Saisuma Maru1NYK
Strachan
Strachan Smith Kelly
Strachan
Strachan Strachan
Aug 7 Aug 11 Aug 17 Sept 7 Sept 8 Sept 8
Osaka JAPAN
Hodakasan MaruMiisuiOSK SirachanAug 7
Shimane MaruNYK StrachanAug 11
Montana Maru RTK LineSmith KellyAug 17
Mogamisan MaruMiisuiOSK SirachanSept 7
Saisuma Maru NYK SirachanSept 8
Sela MaruNYK SirachanSept 8
Papette TAHITI
Australian GalaxyFarrell
Southeastern Maritime
Aug 27
Port Kembla AUSTRALIA
City of CanberraPort AssociatedSirachan
Aug 6
Singapore SINGAPORE
Hoegh CliffHoegh
Smith KellyAug 13
Sydney AUSTRALIA
City of CanberraPort AssociatedSirachanAug 6
Australian GemFarrell Southeastern MaritimeAug 8
Montreal Star RBlue Star SouthernAug 9
TrebarthaAm AustralianSmith KellyAug 13
Cap Vilano RTColumbus SouthernAug 19
YorkshireAm AustralianSmith KellyAug 23
Australian GalaxyFarrell Southeastern MaritimeAug 27
Gladstone StarBlue Star SouthernU Aug 29
DonegalLPort AssociatedStrachanSept 2
KungalandAllanttrafik StevensSept 6
City of BrisbaneAm Australian Smith KellySept 15
Pacific OceanAllanttrafik uaLv3B StevensOct 1
Timaru NEW ZEALAND
DorsetPort
AssociatedStrachan
Aug 31
Wellington NEW ZEALAND
City of AucklandAm AustralianSmith KellyAug 3
DorsetPort AssociatedSirachanAug 31
Yokohama JAPAN
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited PhilippineSouthernAug 4
Hodakasan MaruMitsuiOSK StrachanAug 7
Shimane Maru NYK Sirachan Aug 11
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernAug 14
Montana Maru RTK LineSmith KellyAug 17
Phil Pres Roxas RTPUnited Philippine SouthernAug 27
Phil Pres Quezon RTPUnited Philippine SouthernSept 6
Mogamisan Maru MiisuiOSK Strachan Sept 7
Saisuma Maru NYK SirachanSept S
Seta MaruNYKjJBL SirachanSept 8
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Aden ADEN
Hoegh Cliff21Hoegh
Vishva Prem RTSCI
JalakrishnaScindia
Smith KellyAug 13
Smith KellyAug 22
Smith KellyAug 23
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Hoegh CliffHoegh
Smith KellyAug 13
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic Laurel RTHellenic
DixieAug 14
Port Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic Laurel RTHellenic
DixieAug 14
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Copenhagen DENMARK
SvaneholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen StrachanAug 16
VreiaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen Strachan Sept 9
Gothenburg SWEDEN
SvaneholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen SirachanAug 16
VreiaholmSwedish AmVilhelmsen SirachanSept 9
Helsinki FINLAND
SvaneholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen SirachanAug 16
VreiaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen StrachanSept 9
Malmo SWEDEN
SvaneholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen SirachanAug 16
VreiaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen StrachanSept 9
Norrkoping SWEDEN
SvaneholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen SirachanAug 16
VreiaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen StrachanSept 9
Oslo NORWAY
SvaneholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen SirachanAug 16
VreiaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen SirachanSept 9
Stockholm SWEDEN
SvaneholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen Sirachan
VreiaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen Sirachan
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Antonina BRAZIL
Ingrid BrodinBrodin
Lia Brodin
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime
Aug 16 Sept 9
Aug 28 Sept 13
Napier NEW ZEALAND
City of AucklandAm AustralianSmith KellyAug 3
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer Space
Belem BRAZIL
Mormacelm
TDenotes Tank Space
MooreMcCormack StrachanAug 23
PDenotes Passenger n
JULY 1965
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
MormacpennMooreMcCormack StrachanAug 13
Montevideo TP Ivaran SouthernAug 16
Buenos Aires TPIvaran SouthernAug 23
MormacsagaMooreMcCormack StrachanAug 23
MormacelmMooreMcCormack StrachanAug 23
Ingrid BrodinBrodin Southeastern MaritimeAug 28
MormacmailMooreMcCormack StrachanSept 3
MormacgulfMooreMcCormack StrachanSept 12
LiaBrodin Southeastern MaritimeSept 13
Fortaleza BRAZIL
MormacelmMooreMcCormack H Strachan
Aug 23
Itajai BRAZIL
Ingrid BrodinBrodin
LiaBrodin
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime
Aug 28 Sept 13
Natal BRAZIL
MormacelmMooreMcCormack
Strachan
Aug 23
Montevideo URUGUAY
MormacpennMooreMcCormack Strachan
Montevideo TPIvaran r Southern
Buenos Aires TPIvaran Southern
MormacelmMooreMcCormack Strachan
MormacsagaMooreMcCormack Strachan
Ingrid BrodinBrodin Southeastern Maritime
MormacmailMooreMcCormack Strachan
MormacgulfMooreMcCormack Strachan
LiaHBBrodin Southeastern Maritime
Aug 13 Aug 16 Aug 23 Aug 23 Aug 23 Aug 28 Sept 3 Sept 12 Sept 13
Paranagua BRAZIL
Mormacpenn
Mormacelm
Mormacsaga
Ingrid Brodin
Mormacmail
Mormacgulf
Lia
MooreMcCormack StrachanAug 13
MooreMcCormack StrachanAug 23
MooreMcCormack StrachanAug 23
Brodin Soulheaslern MaritimeAug 28
MooreMcCormack StrachanSept 3
MooreMcCormack StrachanSept 12
Brodin Soulheaslern MaritimeSept 13
Recife BRAZIL
Mormacelm
MooreMcCormack
Strachan
Aug 23
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
MormacpennMooreMcCormack StrachanAug 13
Montevideo TPIvaran SouthernAug 16
Buenos Aires TPIvaran Southern Aug 23
MormacelmMooreMcCormack StrachanAug 23
Mormacsaga MooreMcCormack Strachan Aug 23
Ingrid BrodinBrodin Southeastern MaritimeAug 28
MormacmailMooreMcCormack StrachanSept 3
Mormacgulf MooreMcCormack StrachanSept 12
tia Brodin Soulheaslern MaritimeSept 13
Salvador BRAZIL Mormacelm MooreMcCormack Strachan Aug 23
Sao Luiz BRAZIL Mormacelm MooreMcCormack Strachan Aug 23
Santos BRAZIL
Mormacpenn
Montevideo TP
Buenos Aires TP
Mormacelm
Mormacsaga
Ingrid Brodin
Mormacmail
Mormacgulf
LiaHlI
MooreMcCormack
Ivaran
Ivaran
MooreMcCormack MooreMcCormack
Strachan
Southern
Southern
Strachan
Strachan
Brodin Southeastern Maritime
MooreMcCormack Strachan
MooreMcCormack Strachan
Brodin Southeastern Maritime
Aug 13 Aug 16 Aug 23 Aug 23 Aug 23 Aug 28 Sept 3 Sept 12 Sept 13
SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST
Ciudad Bolivar VENEZUELA
CharisRoyal Netherlands
Strachan
Strachan
Curacao NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
SolonRoyal Netherlands
Guanta VENEZUELA
CharisRoyal Netherlands Strachan
Adeny Alcoa Southeastern Maritime
LaGuaira VENEZUELA
SolonRoyal Netherlands Strachan
MeridaVenezuelanSmith Kelly
AdenyAlcoa Southeastern Maritime
La Salina VENEZUELA
Adeny Alcoa
Southeastern Maritime
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
CharisRoyal Netherlands Strachan
SolonsRoyal Netherlands Strachan
Paramaribo SURINAM
AdenyAlcoa
Southeastern Mariiime
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Charis Royal Netherlands Strachan
Solon Royal Netherlands Strachan
MeridaVenezuelanSmith Kelly
AdenyAlcoa Southeastern Maritime
Puerto Sucre VENEZUELA
SolonRoyal Netherlands
SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA
Steel Surveyor
Hoegh Cliff
Hellenic Laurel RT
Steel Age
Vishva Prem RT
Slates MarineIsthmian
HoeghSmith
H ellenic
States MarineIsthmian
SCISmith
JalakrishnaScindiaSmith
ExemplarAm ExportIsbrandtsen
Strachan Kelly
Dixie
Strachan Kelly Kelly Strachan
Aug 5 Aug 13 Aug 14 Aug 16 Aug 22 Aug 23 Aug 25
Beirut LEBANON
Steel Age
States MarineIsthmian
Strachan
Aug 16
Calcutta INDIA
Steel Surveyor
Hellenic Laurel RT
Steel Age
Vishva Prem RT
Jalakrishna
Exemplar
Slates MarineIsthmian StrachanAug 5
Hellenic DixieAug 14
States MarineIsthmian StrachanAug 16
SCISmith KellyAug 22
ScindiaSmith KellyAug 23
Am ExportIsbrandtsen StrachanAug 25
Chaina PAKISTAN
ExemplarAm ExportIsbrandtsen
Strachan
Aug 25
Chittagong PAKISTAN
ExemplarAm ExportIsbrandtsen
Strachan
Aug 25
Cochin INDIA
Hoegh CliffHoegh
Smith Kelly
Aug 13
Colombo CEYLON
Hoegh CliffHoegh
Smith KellyAug 13
Djakarta INDONESIA
Hoegh CliffHoegh
Smith KellyAug 13
Karachi PAKISTAN
Steel SurveyorStates MarineIsthmian Strachan
Hoegh CliffHoeghSmith Kelly
Hellenic Laurel RT Hellenic Dixie
Steel AgeSlates MarineIsthmian Strachan
Exemplar Am ExportIsbrandtsen Strachan
Aug 5 Aug 13 Aug 14 Aug 16 Aug 25
Madras INDIA
Steel Surveyor
Steel Age
Vishva Prem RT
Jalakrishna
Exemplar
States MarineIsthmian StrachanAug 5
Stales MarineIsthmian StrachanAug 16
SCISmith KellyAug 22
ScindiaSmith KellyAug 23
Am ExportIsbrandtsen StrachanAug 25
Penang MALAYA
Hoegh CliffHoegh
Port Swettenham MALAYA
Hoegh CliffHoegh
Smith KellyAug 13
Smith KellyAug 13
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Avonmouth ENGLAND
RowanmoreManchester LinersSmith KellyAug 23
Belfast IRELAND
Tremorvah T Manchester LinersSmith KellyAug 3
Dublin IRELAND
Manchester Progress TManchester LinersSmith KellyAug 10
Glasgow SCOTLAND
Tremorvah TManchester LinersSmith KellyAug 3
Manchester Progress T Manchester LinersSmith KellyAug 10
Rowanmore Manchester LinersSmith KellyAug 23
Liverpool ENGLAND
American MillerUnited States StrachanAug 6
London ENGLAND
American MillerUnited States StrachanAug 6
American Packer United States StrachanAug 12
Manchester ENGLAND
Tremorvah TManchester Liners Smith KellyAug 3
Manchester Progress T Manchester Liners Smith Kelly Aug 10
Rowanmore Manchester LinersSmith KellyAug 23
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Directory of Port Services for Savannah and Brunswick
Savannah enjoys regular steamship service to the United Kingdom and European ports the Mediterranean ports South African South American and the Far Eastern
ports Many of these vessels call at Brunswick A Consolidated Sailing Schedule is available from the Savannah District Authority P O Box 768 Savannah Ga
Shipping Companies
DIXIE STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC 206 E Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 E Bay Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Company Bldg
TARVER SHIPPING COMPANY 105107 E Bay Street TROSDAL SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank and Trust Company
Barge Service IntraCoastal
C G WILLIS INC Paulsboro N J
Barge Service Inland
MERRY BROTHERS Augusta Georgia
Stevedores
DIXIE STEVEDORING CO INC 206 E Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street ROBERTS MARTIN W 105107 E Bay Street SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 E Bay Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 E Bay Street
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Tryst Co Bldg
Foreign Freight Forwarders
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO American Building W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC Realty Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building
Foreign Freight Forwarders
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J K EBBERWEIN 126 W Bay JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street
D J POWERS American Building
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street
Custom House Brokers
W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street
E L MOBLEY 215 Morel Building
D J POWERS American Building J W TARVER Arcade Building DONALD R WINTER 1518 Healey Bldg Atlanta Georgia GEORGE W WISE JR
404 Realty Building
Consuls
BRAZIL
Jack M Sayler V consul H DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen V consul H DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Jack M Sayler Consul H FINLAND
A G Van Schaick V consul H FRANCE
Edwin J Middleton Consular agent H
GERMANY
F A O Bahre Consul H ITALY
Joseph M Caliero Consular agent H
NETHERLANDS
A G Van Schaick V consul H NORWAY
J P Imlay V consul H SWEDEN
L Roy Riddick V consul H VENEZUELA
Sr PrietoHopkins Consul C H Honorary C Career
Georgia Ports Authoritys Solicitation Offices
SAVANNAH P 0 Box 1039 ADams 61561 Teletype 9123543499 J D HOLT Executive Director
BRUNSWICK P 0 Box 1758 AMherst 58500
NEW YORK 233 Broadway COrtlandt 75731
Teletype 9122655138
Teletype 2125711312
CECIL G GNANN
GEORGE EGGERT
JAMES I NEWSOME JR
CHICAGO 224 So Michigan HArrison 78478 FRED WHELAN
ATLANTA 1131 Healey Bldg JAekson 51595 Teletype 4045271034 CLAUDE NEWMAN
Savannah Director of Operations
BONN GERMANY 532 BonnBad Godesberg Ruengsdorfer Strasse 53 Telephone
Bad Godesberg 69344 LAURENCE W MAGRATH
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA
2 Adgers Wharf Phone RA 22921
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
Ocean Terminal Building Phone ADams 23151
BRUNSWICK GEORGIA
State Docks Building Phone 2657588
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone ELgin 57671
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
Georgia AnchorAge PO Box 1039 Savannah Georgia
Acquisitions Division The University Libraries The University of Georgia Athens Georgia
BULK RATE US POSTAGE
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PERMIT NO 368 SAVANNAH GA
Another firstfrom CSBank
export
factoring
service
eliminates credit losses protects against political risks speeds payments to exporters frees up working capital
Now its both safe and easy for Southeastern exporters to offer credit on overseas sales thanks to this new service of the CS International Banking Department CS is the first bank in the Southeast to offer Export Factoring a service that provides up to 100 per cent guarantee against commercial and political risks on export receivables
If you are now exporting it will pay you to investigate other advantages of this new CS service For full details call or write
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Can load and unload deep tank vessels from five berths
Deep water facilities for bulk liquids consisting of 1235000 barrels of storage
Experienced personnel
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Can receive store and ship via ocean tankers barges rail and truck
Served by 5 railroads 50 truck lines 105 steamship lines
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GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE AND COLUMBUS
THE
EXECUTIVES
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AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert C Norman Augusta Chairman W D Trippe Cedartown Vice Chairman Howell Hollis Columbus Thomas M Johnson Savannah Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie Secretary
A M Harris Sr Brunswick Anton F Solms Jr Savannah Attorney
By J I Holt
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
May we philosophize for a moment Iji the course of human events how many times good things fortunate thingshappen to you and to me because we happen to he at the right place at the right time
This phenomenon appears not to be restricted to people it can happen to cities as well
HOLT
So it is that when
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude Newman Atlanta Director of Commerce and Traffic
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
VOLUME 6 NUMBER 8 AUGUST 1965
JIM BISSON Editor
Official publication of the Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 Savannah Georgia Telephone AD 61561 Advertising rates furnished on request
south Georgia came into prominence as the richest agricultural area of the State Bainbridge and its barge terminal just happened to be in the right place at the right time
Cheap economical water transportation makes available as never before new sources of raw materials
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BEAUTIFUL BOUNTIFUL BAINBRIDGE 4
PORT PERSONALITIES PROGRESS 8
TRUCKS TRAINS WAREHOUSES 10
EUROPEAN STORY PART II 14
MILITARY MOVEMENT 19
EARLES OF THE WORLD 22
SAILING SCHEDULE 23
DIRECTORY OF PORT SERVICES 27
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
And the Flint River will continue to be the magnet as more and more industry moves into the Bainbridge area
The Georgia Ports Authority is pleased to be a part of a progressive community
THE COVER
We would like to salute Coyle Lines Inc on their 100th Anniversary with our cover photograph of their MOSS BLUFF pushing the first refrigerated barge of anhydrous ammonia to the GPAs Bainbridge State Docks Happy Berfhday Coyle Lines
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Georgia AnchorAge is published monthly on the 10th of each month and distributed third class mail to over 8000 readers All copy and pictures may be used by others however it would be appreciated if a credit line is given to The Georgia Ports Authority
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The Georgia Ports Authoritys Bainbridge facility the nucleus for industrial expansion on the shores of the Flint River Over sixty acres of land are
available for future industrial locations at the site
In the southwest corner of Georgia two mighty inland rivers the Flint and the Chattahoochee come together to form the Apalachicola a short straight waterway to the Gulf of Mexico The confluence of these three waterways was a natural meeting place and a permanent settlement began there in 1790 that became in time todays city of Bainbridge Ga
Although rich in history the citizens of Bainbridge are by no means living in the past The influx of industry into this thriving community is a page from Horatio Algers notebook Boasting a record 945 percent participation the BainbridgeDecatur County Chamber of Commerce is the guiding force behind Bainbridges phenomenal growth
In 1957 the Georgia Ports Authority opened the
Bainbridge State Docks and made the city Georgias first Inland Barge Port In addition to the usual docking and cargo transfer facilities the Bainbridge State Docks have two 26000 square foot storage warehouses one of which operates in conjunction with the Ports Authoritys new Bagging Facility a 6000 square foot transit shed and a large paved openstorage area
These modern facilities plus ample labor and all economic advantages have brought new industry to Bainbridge in continuingly expanding numbers
The recent opening of Southern Nitrogens 35 million dollar chemical fertilizer manufacturing and distribution facility at the Bainbridge State Docks is further proof of the potential of Georgias first inland Port City
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The latest addition to the Georgia Ports Authoritys industrial complex of Port oriented industries at Bainbridge is the Southern Nitrogen Companys
chemical manufacturing and distribution facility shown above
INDUSTRIES
BAINBRIDGE DECATUR COUNTY GEORGIA
E H Adams Lumber Company Allied Chemical Corporation General Chemical Div
American Bitumuls Asphalt Co American Sumatra Tobacco Co Armour Agricultural Chemical Co Baggerly Body Works Bainbridge Bag Co
Bainbridge Machine Co
Climax Milling Co
Colonial Pipe Line Columbia Nitrogen Corp Columbian Peanut Co
DeRose Industries of Georgia Inc Dollar Farm Products Co
Elberta Crate Box Co
Flint Concrete Products Co
Flint River Mills Inc
Flowers Baking Co
General Gas Corp
GeorgaPalm Beach Aluminum Window Corp
Georgia Factory for the Blind Georgia Gulf Sulphur Co
Georgia Barge Towing Co
Glen Manufacturing Co
Harrell Poultry Co
Harrell Sausage Co
International Paper Co
Lone Star Cement Co
W B Miller Sons Cigar
Tobacco Co
Miller Hydro Co
Milwhite Company Inc
Minerals Chemical Corp of America P B Electric Co
Propane Corporation Royal Crown Cola Co
South Georgia Natural Gas Company Southland Dairies Southern Nitrogen Co Inc
J M Taylor Sons Cigar
Tobacco Co
Thompson Industries Inc
Bainbridge Wire Division TriState Terminals
Williamson Dickie Manufacturing Co Willis Lumber Co Inc
Willis Tobacco Company
Great Southern Land Timber Corp
Kirk Baggett manager Bainbridge State Docks Toby Dow merce and Tom Larson Executive Director Chamber1 0f
Inland Port Celel
The establis hm Bainbridge wass on in the economic je area Opening 0f yond through t he i doors of opporjtuni fertile area We of celebrate this m ome Georgia Ports Aut
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The Bainbridge Air Base Industrial Park the scene of rapid industrial progress at Bainbridge Locating here within the past year were the GeorgiaPalm Beach Aluminum Window Corporation DeRase Industries now the sixteenth largest manufacturer of mobile homes in the U S and the Bainbridge Wire Division of Thompson Industries Inc which manufactures electrical wiring harnesses for major automobile manufacturers
Fob y Dowdy President BainbridgeDecatur Chamber of Comimber 0f Commerce check last minute plans for the annual 1 Port Celebrations
ablis hment of Georgias First Inland Port at wasi one of the most significant steps forward omiejr development of the entire southwest Georgia llng of water transportation to the gulf and beigh t he port of Bainbridge has opened wide the pporjtunity for the future development of this We of Bainbridge welcome the opportunity to tis mjomentous event and convey our thanks to the rts Authority for their assistance
MACK E WILLIS
Mayor
City of Bainbridge Georgia
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Schedule of Events
100 PM
230 PM
330 PM 400 PM 500 PM
INLAND PORT CELEBRATION Saturday September 11 1965
Parade
Water Ski Show
Parade of Boats
Public
Speaking
Bus Tour
With floats from Bainbridge and neighboring cities including some commercial floats High school bands from the entire southwest Georgia area and beauty queens from the area Parade ends at Bainbridge State Park
Water Ski troupe from Panama City Floridaincluding a skier with kite To be held between the old highway bridge Calhoun St and the Seaboard Airline Railroad Bridge
Bainbridge State ParkBoat Clubs from neighboring cities will participate
James E Nutter Jr Executive Director Georgia Department of Industry and Trade
School Buses available at Bainbridge State Park to take those desiring to go on a tour through the Bainbridge State Dock area One member of the Board of Directors of the BainbridgeDecatur County Chamber of Commerce to be aboard each bus to describe the area and the industries located there
830 PM Fireworks Display
900 PM Street Dance
A onehalfhour fireworks display sponsored by the Merchants Committee of the BainbridgeDecatur County Chamber of Commerce In front of the Bainbridge State Park
Two hours of dancing at the Bainbridge State Park
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Pictured above in a recent meeting at Savannah of the South Atlantic and Caribbean Port Association iare Barr Jr South Carolina State Ports Authority Charleston S C E E Lee Jr North Carolina Ports Au Authority Jacksonville Florida President James W Davis North Carolina State Ports Authority Wil mni Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority Savannah Georgia Claude Newman Director of Traffic ajnt Gibbs Shipyard River Terminals Charleston S C Among the things discussed by the group at the av ships ToddKnoti differentials liens on chartered vessels and the handling of nuclear ma
COLONEL GAY CAMPBELL NAMED CHIEF OF STAFF OF THE EASTERN AREA MTMTS
MILITARY OCEAN TERMINAL BROOKLYNColonel Gay Campbell has been named the Chief of Staff of the Eastern Area Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service by Brig Gen A J Montgomery Commander of the Eastern Area MTMTS His office is located at this installationformerly known as the Brooklyn Army Terminalthe largest military terminal in the United States
Col Campbell was the former Commander of the Hampton Roads Army Terminal Norfolk Va which was deactivated on June 20 1965 At a retreat ceremony marking the close of the 47yearold Terminal Brig Gen Montgomery presented Col Campbell with the first oak leaf cluster to the Army Commendation Medal His citation read in part His extensive technical knowledge and his extraordinary ability to apply sound management techniques combined to result in an exceptionally efficient operation with substantial savings to the Government
During World War II Colonel Campbell served in Europe as Mechanical engineer and Headquarters Commander of the 717th Railway Operating Battalion His overseas duty
also includes service in Germany with the 8th Transportation Traffic Regulating Group and in the Philippines as Operations Officer with the U S Army Transportation Terminal Detachment Manila
A native of Alabama he is a graduate of the University of Alabama where he received a BS degree He is also a graduate of the Transportation Basic and Advanced Course Ft Eustis the Advanced Infantry School Ft Benning Georgia and the Naval War College Newport R I
MTMTS was activated earlier this year to provide responsive and economical logistical support to the Nations defense posture Its operational mission is to manage the Nations multimilliondollar military traffic business
As Chief of Staff of the Eastern Area MTMTS Col Campbell will serve on the staff of General Montgomery Eastern Area Commander That headquarters has military traffic management responsibilities in twentythree eastern states and arranges for the movement of export traffic through Atlantic Gulf and Great Lakes Ports
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iation Ml left to right C E Rhodes International Paper Company Georgetown South Carolina Capers G i Ports Authority Wilmington North Carolina First VicePresident Raymond W Gage Jacksonville Port f Wil mington North Carolina SecretaryTreasurer H C Jackson NCSPA Wilmington N C J D Holt affic a nd Commerce GPA Atlanta Georgia W H Friederichs NCSPA Wilmington N C and James G at the Savannah meet were American Flag ship strike effects and port policy with regard to handling affected luclear materials It was voted to hold the next meeting in Jacksonville on November 8th
Newton Medford Deputy Collector in Charge of the U S Customs office in Atlanta Georgia demonstrates a pair of antique handcuffs to Marion Faircloih Baker Collector of Customs for the Georgia District during the recent open house festivities at the newly completed Atlanta Customhouse Various displays including pictures of the Georgia Ports Authority operations were viewed with interest by the many persons concerned with foreign trade who were invited by Mrs Baker to inspect the facilities of the new building Atlanta Customs authorities who are constantly seeking to improve their service to importers and exporters in this rapidly expanding trade area are anticipating greater V efficiency in their up to date installation
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Trucks Trains Warehouses the anatomy of a port Once again the Georgia Ports Authoritys deepwater terminals of Brunswick and Savannah have passed their fiscal physical with flying colors
Truck and rail lines the life giving arteries of any port have again surpassed all records 41030 trucks have moved through these facilities loading and unloading import and export commodities A ten percent increase over last year Over 27790 railroad cars have been handled in the same period by the deepwater terminals
The commercial warehouse division is the heart of the GPAs activities and a big heart it is with over 3000000 square feet of space Last year over 760056000 pounds of freight were handled by this division A gain over the previous year of 10 percent
Fast fortnightly cargo service
to CURACAO MARACAIBO SANTO DOMINGO
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Accepting Cargo on Transshipment Bills of Lading to other Caribbean destinations
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Recioe for a successful pori Mix well the following ingredients in a deep navigable harbor three of the most modern deepwater terminals on the Atlantic Seaboa rd in over 41000 trucks and 27700 rail cars now add 3000000 square feet of commercial warehousing For flavor add 400 welltrained GPA personnel and let the m
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leaboa td add over 100 regular schedule steamship services stir the m ixture bask in the Southern sunshine no ice If you find
A great and growing market on the move
South Africa is on the move and so is Safmarine More and more modern services and facilities are part of a growth pattern at Safmarine that continually enlarges the picture of what we are doing for shippers and consignees in terms of their needs their convenience and their greater profitability in moving goods
Dependable fast regular service
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Part II of our European Directors Telling and Selling the Georgia Ports Story is printed in full in this special FI AT A issue as it appeared in the August 65 issue of the Georgia Anchor Age
Turin the second stage for our Georgia Ports Story This city has approximately the same population as Atlanta Georgia is a hive of industry automobile production among many others and is growing rapidly
At Turin there is no U S Trade Center but once more there are the men in the U S Foreign Service enthusiastic experienced and cooperative who made it possible for us to repeat the Milantype presentation This took place in the new elegant and mechanically modern equipped auditorium
of the Chamber of Commerce of the City of Turin Our group of about 100 guests appeared most interested in what we told them about Georgia both through the presentation itself and informal talk during and after it and obviously most of the information was new to them
The opening remarks and they were thoughtfully and carefully prepared were made by Dr Giovanni M Vitelli President of the Turin Chamber and the writer was then introduced by Mr Wallace LaRue American Consul General Turin
Through these pages we desire once more to express our warm thanks to Mr LaRue and all his associates at the Con
Pictured below at the GPAs Turin reception Mr G Wallace LaRue American Consul General Mr Magralh and Dr Florio Flori Vice Director of the Bank of Rome in Turin
Dr Giovanni Maria Vilelli Presidenl Turin Chamber of Commerce delivers the opening remarks lo the Assembly al ihe Georgia Porls Authoritys reception held in Turin on May 10 1965 Also pictured above center is Mr G Wallace LaRue American Consul General Turin Italy who introduced Mr
Magraih to the assembled guests
sulate General also to Mr Wilbur F Weeks in charge of the U S Information Service Office who arranged for press and photographers at a few hours notice Further we are most grateful for the personal contacts which they established for us with the leading officials of the Turin Chamber of Commerce including guidance and offers of introductions which will stand us in good stead on future followup in the industrial areas
Let there be no mistake about itthe combination of Italian energy and imagination in association with what the State of Georgia can contribute offers unlimited possibilities for the good of both
From Italy the scene changes to Vienna Austria The charm of its people those in high places as well as of the man on the street is well known and the reputation deserved Vienna was once and not long ago as history goes the center of a great and powerful country combining many racial groups under the Emperor of AustriaHungary each with its own culture language and skills All that has changed but everywhere in the City of Vienna with its great avenues open spaces palatial buildings in the grand style one feels the spirit and atmosphere of empire The citizens of Vienna even if they themselves do not realize it reflect it also
The business community of Austria functions with efficiency and enterprise Coupled with this and no doubt be
Consul General LaRue discusses GPA slide presentation with Mr and Mrs Magraih fourth from right and Leo Klein Mr Klein is Mr Magraths technical assistant and a key man in the mechanics involved in the European slide presentation
In the nhoio on the lefi Laurence W Magralh he GPAs man on the scene in Europe stands in front I M I ft piciote above Mr and M Mgaih along wdh M
Olson right Commercial Counselor American Embassy welcome guests at the GPA s Vienn
ABOVE Mr Gustav O Friedl right Chief Editor of VERKEHR Austrias well emphasizes a point at the Vienna Reception BELOW Mr Magrath and Olson
known traffic paper meet with the Press
CPAs European Director Laurence W Magraih makes opening remarks before his audiovisual presentation in the beautiful Assembly Room of the Palais
Pallavicini in Vienna
cause of the spirit of empire and a certain courtliness which is refreshing in this automated or perhaps overautomated age there is strict observance of etiquette and protocol To organize in Austria a typical GPA reception and while the principle applies anywhere certainly in that country and especially in Vienna positive precautions must be used to arrange to invite the right people in the right place on the right date and at the right hour For an American organization like ours it should also be with the blessing of the American Embassyand that we certainly had
In Vienna exclusivity is typified by the Palais Pallavicini where the GPA reception took place It is a fine old building within the complex of Government edifices near the Opera and the Ringan area which is the citys heartbeat Palais Pallavicini is the seat of the Wiener Rennverein the Club of those concerned with equestrian pursuits we put it this way rather than referring to horseracing as that does not imply the right cachet At this reception we were fortunate to be introduced by Mr Clinton L Olson Counselor for Economic Affairs American Embassy whom we had already met some years before It is indeed delightful to renew acquaintances this way since it makes for the personal touch as an adjunct to protocol As in Italy our guests turned up most punctually No audience could have been more attentive no one left for other engagements and after the showing during the serving of generous and tasteful delicacies and refreshments there were interesting conversations and new contacts Many guests lingered on and for our part we may
say The memory lingers on This has been assisted by a few excellent writeups in Austrias leading transportation journal Verkehr the readership of which is by no means confined to Austria
In retrospect as we contemplate the three events in three major European cities together with the pictures appearing in these pages of AnchorAge we have two distinct impressions First there is the sense of accomplishment in the interests of the Georgia Ports Mission to Europe as we like to call it Second there is infinite personal pleasure over the generous warmhearted and interested attitudes of all who supported us as well as thanks to the busy businessmen journalists and professional and Government people who took time out to listen to the Georgia Ports Story another fine augury for the future To our business friends in the USA we take the opportunity to send this reminder that the GPA staff in Europe at all times stands ready to serve and advise within the limits of the possible
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PhotooftheMonth
David Beatty
Wl NNER 43 Arine Drive
Savannah Georgia
As the summer closes in on us with one final hot blast we can all be envious of young Rodney Hash who has no inhibitions when it comes to cooling off Mr Beatty caught this prize winner with his Leica equipped with a wide angle lens
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In late August the Garden City Terminals of the Georgia Forts Authority donned military dress as the men and equipment of the Armys crack First Cavalry Division arrived for departure to Viet Nam
The discipline precision and morale of the troops was amazing as they stepped from busses in full combat gear and boarded the ships No bands no families and no wasted motion this was strictly business Army business
As one gazed at the many young faces it brought on a feeling of sadness but after some conversation with some of the men sure I am scared but Ill tell you what the Viet Cong is scared of us Id rather be fighting there than worrying about it here This is the best equipped outfit ever to leave the United States These comments and others made one realize these were not boys but men well trained for the task at hand
It was a revelation to see Red Cross USO and Salvation Army volunteers working at a fever pitch to give these boys correction men a little USA hospitality in the last few minutes before they boarded the ship
If ever this writer with sons of his own feels any tinge of embarrassment when he doffs his hat for the American flag or stumbles through the second stanza of the Star Spangled Banner he will think back to those two hot August afternoons when the men of the First Cavalry Division set sail for Viet Nam
God bless them every one
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The use of the Georgia Ports Authoritys facilities during this recent massive movement illustrated how cooperation and knoivhow can expedite vital shipments The large amount of open storage area and modern terminal facilities greatly enhance the Georgia Ports Authoritys value as a transportation facility available for the movement of Department of Defense Cargo
MAJOR GENERAL JOHN J LANE USA
Meet the Earles of the World left to right Mr and Mrs George F Earle Gabrielle Gina David Duncan Doric Dennis and Giulia as they stepped ashore at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Garden City terminal after a year camping abroad Earle who teaches art in the College of Forestry at Syracuse New York roamed through 30 countries on four continents with his wife and their seven children An expensive lark We spent less than 1 per person per day Earle said not counting transportation costs Besides it wasnt really a lark Among other things Earle writes for camping magazines and found a wealth of material His wife an architect is interested also in history and archaeology They visited 25 archaeological sites during the year The family spent three nights camped between two pyramids in Egypt They floated in the Dead Sea where you couldnt sink if you tried Earle said the itinerary required them to buy goods from the native markets thus they lived on a country and with its people You get an insight into people
you wouldnt get otherwise Earle said
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SEPTEMBER 1 1965
One of the eleven Challenger Class I of U S Lines new fleetlength 560 feet 75 ft beam speed 21 knots deadweight 13500 tons regular cargo gear ten to fifteen tons capacity heavylift boom 70 tons capacity HL boom designed to work two hatches automatic main deck hatch covers
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Dale
Aruba NWI
AmmonRoyal Netherlands StrachanSept 29
Kingston JAMAICA
CharisRoyal Netherlands
Sarpedon Royal Netherlands
TritonRoyal Netherlands
A Vessel Royal Netherlands
A Vessel Royal Netherlands
Mayaguez PUERTO RICO
Alcoa ExplorerAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeSept 19
Alcoa RunnerAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeSept 30
Ponce PUERTO RICO
Alcoa Explorer Alcoa Southeastern MaritimeSept 19
Alcoa RunnerAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeSept 30
Port au Prince Charis HAITI Royal Netherlands Strachan Sept 10
Sarpedon Royal Netherlands Strachan Sept 16
Triton Royal Netherlands Strachan Sept 24
A Vessel Royal Netherlands Strachan Oct 1
A Vessel Royal Netherlands Strachan Oct 14
StrachanSept 10
StrachanSept 16
StrachanSept 24
StrachanOct 1
StrachanOcl 14
DIXIE STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC 206 East Bay Street P O Box 528 31402 Tel 2345358 HANSEN A TIDEMANN INC 206 East Bay Street Phone 2334104
HOHENSTE1N SHIPPING CO 24 Drayton Street P O Box 2468 31402 Tel 2348886 MERRY SHIPPING CO 415 Masonic Building P O Box 1474 Augusta Georgia 30903 Tel PArk 26831 SMITH A KELLY CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 2808 31402 Tel 2323151 SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 East Bay Street P O Box 2747 31402 Tel 2348265 SOUTHERN SHIPPING CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 2808 31402 Tel 2323151 STEVENS SHIPPING A TERMINAL CO 26 East Bay Street P O Box 1068 31402 Tel 2338803 STRACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 670 31402 Tel 2346671 TARVER SHIPPING CO 105107 East Bay Street P O Box 541 31402 Tel 2348829
EAST AFRICA Mombasa Tanga Dar es Salaam Zanzibar
African NeptuneFarrell Southeastern MaritimeSept 5
African MeteorFarrell Southeastern MaritimeSept 18
Robin Locksley R Robin Strachan Sept 29
SOUTH AFRICA African Neptune Capetown Port Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques Beira Farrell Southeastern Maritime Sept 5
Robin Goodfellow Robin Strachan 1 Sept 14
African Meteor Farrell Southeastern Maritime Sept 18
Robin Locksley R Robin Strachan Sept 29
A Vessel Robin Strachan Oct 13
WEST AFRICA Matadi Luanda Pt Harcourt
LagosApapa Tema Takoradi Abidjan Monrovia
African PlanetFarrell Southeastern MaritimeSept 14
Port of Spain TRINIDAD
CharisRoyal Netherlands StrachanSept 10
TritonRoyal Netherlands 1 StrachanSept 24
AmmonRoyal Netherlands StrachanSept 29
San Juan PUERTO RICO
Alcoa ExplorerAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeSept 19
Alcoa RunnerAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeSept 30
San Pedro de Macoris DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
CharisRoyal Netherlands Strachan
SarpedonRoyal Netherlands Strachan
TritonsiRoyal Netherlands Strachan
A Vessel Royal Netherlands Strachan
A VesselRoyal Netherlands Strachan
St Croix VIRGIN ISLANDS
NordvindAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeSept 16
Sept 10
Sept 16
Sept 24
Oct 1
Oct 14
St Thomas VIRGIN ISLANDS
NordvindAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeSept 16
Turks Island
CharisRoyal Netherlands StrachanSept 10
CENTRAL AMERICA
Acajutla EL SALVADOR
SarpedonRoyal Netherlands StrachanSept 16
A VesselRoyal Netherlands StrachanOct 1
A VesselRoyal Netherlands StrachanOct 14
Amapala HONDURAS
Sarpedon Royal Netherlands StrachanSept 16
A VesseL Royal Netherlands StrachanOct 1
A VesselRoyal Netherlands StrachanOct 14
AUGUST 1965
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Champerico GUATEMALA
A VesselRoyal Netherlands
StrachanOct 1
aarpeaon A Vessel Royal Netherlands Strachan Ocl 14
Corinto NICARAGUA
Sarpedon Royal Netherlands Strachan Sept 16
A Vessel Royal Netherlands Strachan Oct 1
A Vessel Royal Netherlands Strachan Oct 14

Cutuco La Union EL SALVADOR
Sarpedon Royal Netherlands StrachanSept 16
A Vessel Royal Netherlands StrachanOct 1
A Vessel Royal Netherlands StrachanOct 14
La Libertad EL SALVADOR
SarpedonRoyal Netherlands StrachanSept 16
A VesselRoyal Netherlands StrachanOct 1
A VesselRoyal Netherlands StrachanOct 14
Puerto Limon COSTA RICA
JohannaTica I
SarpedonMiRoyal Netherlands
A VesselRoyal Netherlands
A Vessel1111Royal Netherlands
Dixie
Strachan
Strachan
Strachan
Sept 14 Sept 16 Oct 1 Oct 14
Puntarenas COSTA RICA
Sarpedon Royal Netherlands StrachanSept 16
A Vessel Royal Netherlands StrachanOct 1
A VesselRoyal Netherlands StrachanOct 14
San Jose de Guatemala GUATEMALA
SarpedonjrfaMBLRoyal Netherlands
Royal Netherlands
A Vessel A Vessel
Royal Netherlands
Strachan
Strachan
Strachan
Sept 16 Oct 1 Oct 14
San Juan del Sur NICARAGUA
Sarpedon Royal Netherlands StrachanSept 16
A VesselRoyal Netherlands StrachanOct 1
A Vessel Royal Netherlands StrachanOct 14
COASTWISE
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT
Hellenic Splendor RTP Hellenic DixieSept 20
Hellenic Spirit Hellenic DixieSept 28
Algiers ALGERIA
Slovenija RTP
JugolinijaSmith KellySept 14
Ancona ITALY
Slovenija RTP
JugolinijaSmith KellySept 14
Barcelona SPAIN
A Vessel
Mar Egeo
Turkish Cargo DixieSept 25
NervionSmith KellySept 25
Barcelona Valencia Spain Genoa Leghorn Naples Italy Salonica Greece Derince Turkey Tripoli Libya
t See Note Below Lykes Brothers Strachan
Beirut LEBANON
Flying Hawk Am ExportIsbrandlsen StrachanOct 10
Cadiz SPAIN
A Vessel
Turkish Cargo DixieSept 25
Catania ITALY
Slovenija RTP
JugolinijaSmith KellySept 14
Derince TURKEY
A VesselTurkish Cargo DixieSept 25
Genoa ITALY
Andrea GrittiSidarma Southeastern MaritimeSept 15
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Haifa ISRAEL
Hadar
MazalH
Zim SouthernSept 18
Zim SouthernSept 23
Iskenderun TURKEY
A VesselTurkish Cargo H DixieSept 25
f All scheduled outward sailings over the six Lykes Lines Trade Routes have been cancelled as a result of the strike of various maritime labor unions Due notice of sailings to all areas will be announced immediately upon termination of the strike
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer
24
Istanbul TURKEY MWM
A Vessel Turkish Cargo DixieSept 25
Izmir TURKEY
A Vessel Turkish Cargo Dixie Sept 25
Leghorn ITALY Andrea Gritti Sidarma Sept 15

Marseilles FRANCE Jugolinija Smith Kelly Sept 14
Andrea Gritti Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Sept 15
Naples ITALY limolimi a Smith Kelly Sept 14

Piraeus GREECE Zim Southern Sept 18
Mazal Zim Southern Sept 23
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA Slovenija RTP Jugolinija 8 Smith Kelly Sept 14
Savona ITALY Andrea Gritti Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Sept 15
Tel Aviv ISRAEL Zim Southern Sept 18
Mazal 1 Zim Southern Sept 23
Valencia SPAIN A Vessel Turkish Cargo Dixie Sept 25
Venice ITALY Slovenija RTP Jugolinija Smith St Kelly Sept 14
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam Antwerp Bremen Hamburg Rotterdam
Hilversum RTPIndependent Gulf Smith Kelly Sept 9
SyiiumOzeanStinnes Southeastern MSept 20
Itlersum RTPIndependent GulfSmith KellyOct 10
Amsterdam Rotterdam Bremen Hamburg
Gorredyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinSept 7
Alblasserdyk RT
HollandAmerica HohensteinOcl 7
Antwerp BELGIUM
Gorredyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinSept 7
American ReporterUnited States Strachan Sept 16
Bernard IngelssonAmerican Star DixieSept 28
Alblasserdyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinOct 7
Antwerp Rotterdam Amsterdam Bremen
SonderburgOzeanSiinnes Southeastern MOct 4
Bremen GERMANY
Bernard IngelssonAmerican Star DixieSept 28
Bremen Hamburg Antwerp Rotterdam im
VretaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen StrachanSept 13
MaliesholmSwedish AmWilhelmsenStrachanOct 16
Bremerhaven Bremen Hamburg Antwerp
American ProducerUnited States StrachanSept 8
Bremen Hamburg Rotterdam
American MillerUnited Stales StrachanOct 5
Bremen Rotterdam Antwerp
American HarvesterUnited States StrachanOct 15
Hamburg GERMANY
Bernard IngelssonAmerican Star DixieSept 28
Le Havre FRANCE
Gorredyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinSept 7
VretaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen StrachanSept 13
Alblasserdyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinOct 7
MaliesholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen StrachanOct 16
Rotterdam Amsterdam Antwerp
FidelityRegent StevensSept 15
Space TDenotes Tank Space PDenotes Passenger GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
WP
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Rotterdam HOLLAND
American ReporterUnited States StrachanSept
Bernard IngelssonAmerican Star Dixie Sept 28
PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
Kungaland
Surrey
Cap Ortegal RT
Australian Galaxy
Cap Roca RT
City of Brisbane
Gladstone Star
City of Winchester
Piako
Pacific Ocean
Stevens Sept 6
Port Sc Associated Strachan Sept 8
Columbus Southern Sept 10
Farrell Southeastern Maritime Sept 16
Southern Sept 17
Am Australian Smith 8c Kelly Sept 20
Blue Star Southern Sept 27
Am Sc Australian Smith Kelly Sept 28
Am Sc Australian Smith Kelly Oct 10
Atlanitrafik Stevens Oct 15
Port Sc Associated Strachan Oct 22
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
9 City of Sydney Am Australian Smith Sc Kelly Sept 29
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
Atlanttrafik Stevens Sept 6
Port 8c Associated Strachan Sept 8
Cap Ortegal RT Columbus Southern Sept 10
Australian Galaxy Farrell Southeastern Maritime Sept 16
Cap Roca RT Columbus Southern Sept 17
City of Brisbane M Am Sc Australian Smith 8c Kelly Sept 20
Gladstone Star Blue Star Southern Sept 27
City of Winchester Am Sc Australian Smith Sc Kelly Sept 28
F Piako Am 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly Oci 10
Pacific Ocean Atlanitrafik Stevens Oct 15
Pt Lvttelton Pori Sc Associated Strachan Oct 22
Bugo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Antonio LunaMaritime of PhilSoutheastern MSept 5
Phil RizalMaritime of PhilSoutheastern MSept 30
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Antonio LunaMaritime of PhilSoutheastern MSept 5
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine SouthernSept 14
Philippines RTPUnited Philippine SouthernSept 28
Phil Rizal Maritime of PhilSoutheastern MSept 30
Phil Pres Garcia RTP United Philippine SouthernOct 12
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Antonio LunaMaritime of PhilSoutheastern MSept 5
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine SouthernSept 14
Philippines RTPUnited Philippine SouthernSept 28
Phil RizalMaritime of PhilSoutheastern MSept 30
Phil Pres Garcia RTP United Philippine SouthernOct 12
Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
City of SydneyAm 8c Australian
Smith 8c KellySept 29
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
City of BrisbaneAm AustralianSmith Kelly
PiakoAm AustralianSmith 8c Kelly
Sept 20 Oct 10
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Phil Antonio Luna Maritime of PhilSoutheastern MSept 5
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine SouthernSept 14
Oregon Maru RTK LineSmith KellySept 17
Philippines RTPUnited Philippine SouthernSept 28
Phil RizalMaritime of PhilSoutheastern MSept 30
Phil Pres Garcia RTP United Philippine SouthernOct 12
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Antonio LunaMaritime of PhilSoutheastern MSept 5
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine SouthernSept 14
Philippines RTPUnited Philippine SouthernSept 28
Phil RizalMaritime of PhilSoutheastern MSept 30
Phil Pres Garcia RTPUnited Philippine SouthernOct 12
Keelung FORMOSA
Oregon Maru RTK Line
Smith 8c KellySept 17
Kobe JAPAN
Mogamisan Maru MitsuiOSK StrachanSept 7
Satsuma MaruNYK StrachanSept 10
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine SouthernSept 14
Oregon Maru RTK LineSmith Sc KellySept 17
Philippines RTPUnited Philippine SouthernSept 28
Hakonesan Maru MitsuiOSK StrachanOct 7
Saga MaruNYK StrachanOct 8
Phil Pres Garcia RTP United Philippine a SouthernOct 12
Lyttelton NEW ZEALAND
Australian GalaxyFarrell Southeastern MaritimeSept 16
City of SydneyAm Sc AustralianSmith Sc KellySept 29
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Antonio LunaMaritime of PhilSoutheastern MSept 5
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine Southern Sept 14
Philippines RTPUnited Philippine Southern Sept 28
Phil Rizal Maritime of PhilSoutheastern MSept 30
Phil Pres Garcia RTP United Philippine Southern Oct 12
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
KungalandAtlanttrafik StevensSept 6
SurreyPort Sc AssociatedStrachanSept 8
Cap Ortegal RTColumbus Southern Sept 10
Australian GalaxyFarrell Southeastern MaritimeSept 16
Cap Roca RT Columbus SouthernSept 17
City of BrisbaneAm Sc AustralianSmith KellySept 20
Gladstone StarBlue Star SouthernSept 27
City of WinchesterAm Sc AustralianSmith KellySept 28
PiakoAm Sc AustralianSmith Sc KellyOct 10
Pacific OceanAtlanttrafik StevensOct 15
Pt LytteltonPort Sc AssociatedStrachanOct 22
Nagoya JAPAN
Mogamisan Maru MitsuiOSK StrachanSept 7
Satsuma MaruNYK StrachanSept 10
Oregon Maru RTK Line Smith Sc KellySept 17
Hakonesan MaruMitsuiOSK StrachanOct 7
Saga MaruNYK StrachanOct 8
Napier NEW ZEALAND
City of SydneyAm
AustralianSmith Sc KellySept 29
Osaka JAPAN
Mogamisan Maru MitsuiOSK StrachanSept 7
Satsuma MaruNYK StrachanSept 10
Oregon Maru RTK LineSmith KellySept 17
Hakonesan MaruMitsuiOSK StrachanOct 7
Saga Maru NYK StrachanOct 8
Papeete TAHITI
Surrey
Port Sc AssociatedStrachan
Sept 8
Sydney AUSTRALIA
Kungaland
Surrey
Cap Ortegal RT
Australian Galaxy
Cap Roca RT
City of Brisbane
Gladstone Star
City of Winchester
Piakoa
Pacific Ocean
Pt Lyttelton
Atlanitrafik Stevens Sept 6
Port St Associated Strachan Sept 8
Columbus Southern Sept 10
Farrell Southeastern Maritime Sept 16
Columbus Southern Sept 17
Am 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly Sept 20
Blue Star Southern Sept 27
Am 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly Sept 28
Am 8c Australian Smith Sc Kelly Oct 10
Atlanitrafik Stevens Oct 15
Port 8c Associated Strachan Oct 22
Wellington NEW ZEALAND
City of SydneyAm Sc AustralianSmith Kelly
Sept 29
Yokohama JAPAN
Mogamisan Maru MitsuiOSK Strachan
Satsuma MaruNYKa Strachan
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine Southern
Oregon Maru RTK LineSmith Kelly
Philippines RTPUnited Philippine Southern
Hakonesan MaruMitsuiOSK Strachan
Saga Maru NYK Strachan
Phil Pres Garcia RTP United Philippine Southern
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Aden ADEN
Vishva Maya RT
SCISmith Kelly
Sept 7 Sept 10 Sept 14 Sept 17 Sept 28 Oct 7 Oct 8 Oct 12
Sept 20
Port Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic Splendor RTP Hellenic Spirit
Hellenic Dixie
Hellenic 8 Dixie
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Copenhagen DENMARK
VreiaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen Strachan
MaltesholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen Strachan
Sept 20 Sept 28
Sept 13 Oct 16
Gothenburg SWEDEN
Vreiaholm Swedish AmWilhelmsenStrachanSept 13
MaltesholmSwedish AmWilhelmsenStrachanOct 16
Helsinki FINLAND
Vreiaholm Swedish AmWilhelmsen StrachanSept 13
MaltesholmSwedish AmWilhelmsenStrachanOct 16
Malmo SWEDEN
VreiaholmJ Swedish AmWilhelmsen StrachanSept 13
MaltesholmM Swedish AmWilhelmsenStrachanOct 16
AUGUST 1965
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer Space TDenotes Tank Space P Denotes Passenger
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Ship Steamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Norrkoping SWEDEN Vrelaholm Swedish AmWilhelmsen Strachan Sept 13
Maltesholm Swedish AmWilhelmsen Slrachan Oct 16
Oslo NORWAY
VYtholm Swedish AmWilhelmsen Strachan Sept 13
Maltesholm Swedish AmWilhelmsen Strachan Oct 16

Stockholm SWEDEN
VrelaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen StrachanSept 13
Maltesholm Swedish AmWilhelmsen StrachanOct 16
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Paramaribo SURINAM
NordvindAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeSept 16
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
MeridaVenezuelanSmith ft KellySept
CharisRoyal Netherlands StrachanSept 10
NordvindAlcoaSoutheastern MaritimeSept 16
TritonRoyal Netherlands Strachan Sept 24
Ciudad de Barquisimeio VenezuelanSmith KellySept 27
AmmonRoyal Netherlands StrachanSept 29
GuayanaVenezuelan Smith ft KellyOct 7
Puerto Sucre VENEZUELA
AmmonRoyal Netherlands StrachanSept 29
Antonina BRAZIL
LiaBrodin Southeastern MaritimeSept 19
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
LiaBrodin Southeastern MaritimeSept 19
Mormacelm RMooreMcCormack StrachanSept 20
Rio de Janeiro TPIvaran SouthernSept 20
Mormacgulf R MooreMcCormack StrachanSept 30
Mormacoak RMooreMcCormack Strachan Oct 10
Santos TPIvaran SouthernOct 11
Itajai BRAZIL
LiaBrodin Southeastern MaritimeSept19
Montevideo URUGUAY
LiaBrodin Southeastern MaritimeSept 19
Mormacelm RMooreMcCormack StrachanSept 20
Rio de Janeiro TPIvaran SouthernSept 28
Mormacgulf RMooreMcCormack StrachanSept 30
Mormacoak RMooreMcCormack StrachanOct 10
Santos TPIvaran SouthernOct 11
Paranagua BRAZIL
LiaBrodin Southeastern MaritimeSept 19
Mormacelm RMooreMcCormack StrachanSept 20
Mormacgulf RMooreMcCormack StrachanJSepl 30
Mormacoak RMooreMcCormack StrachanOct 10
Porto Alegre BRAZIL
Mormacelm RMooreMcCormack StrachanSept 20
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
LiaBrodin Southeastern MaritimeSept 19
Mormacelm RMooreMcCormack StrachanSept 20
Rio de Janeiro TPIvaran SouthernSept 28
Mormacgulf RMooreMcCormack StrachanSept 30
Mormacoak RMooreMcCormack StrachanOct 10
Santos TPIvaran SouthernOct 11
SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA
Steel MakerStates MarineIsthmian StrachanSept 8
Vishva Maya RTSCISmith ft KellySept 20
American CondorSlates MarineIsthmian StrachanSept 27
Flying HawkAm ExportIsbrandtsen StrachanOct 10
Calcutta INDIA
Steel MakerStates MarineIsthmian StrachanSept 8
Hellenic Splendor RTPHellenic DixieSept 20
Vishva Maya RTSCISmith ft KellySept 20
American CondorStates MarineIsthmianStrachanSept 27
Hellenic SpiritHellenic DixieSept 28
Flying HawkAm ExportIsbrandtsenStrachanOct 10
Karachi PAKISTAN
Steel MakerStales MarineIsthmian
Hellenic Splendor RTPHeUenic
American CondorStates MarineIsthmian
Hellenic SpiritHellenic
Flying HawkAm ExportIsbrandtsen
Madras INDIA
Steel MakerSlates MarineIsthmian StrachanSept 8
Vishva Maya RT SCISmith ft KellySept 20
American CondorStates MarineIsthmian StrachanSept 27
Flying HawkAm ExportIsbrandtsen StrachanOct 10
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Avonmouth ENGLAND
EdenManchester Smith KellySept 26
Tremorvah ManchesterSmith ft KellySept 28
StrachanSept 8
DixieSept 20
StrachanSept 27
DixieSpt 28
StrachanOct 10
Rio Grande do Sul BRAZIL
Mormacelm RMooreMcCormack Strachan
Santos BRAZIL
LiaBrodin Soulheaslern Maritime
Mormacelm RMooreMcCormack Strachan
Rio de Janeiro TPIvaran Southern
Mormacgulf RMooreMcCormack Strachan
Mormacoak RMooreMcCormack Strachan
Santos TPIvaran Southern
Sept 20
Sept 19 Sept 20 Sept 28 Sept 30 Oct 10 Oct 11
SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST
Ciudad Bolivar VENEZUELA
CharisRoyal Netherlands StrachanSept 10
TritonRoyal Netherlands StrachanSept 24
Curacao NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
AmmonRoyal Netherlands StrachanSept 29
Guanta VENEZUELA
CharisRoyal Netherlands StrachanSept 10
NordvindAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeSept 16
TritonRoyal Netherlands StrachanSept 24
LaGuaira VENEZUELA
MeridaVenezuelanSmith ft Kelly
NordvindAlcoa Southeastern Maritime
Ciudad de BarquisimeioVenezuelan Smith ft Kelly
AmmonRoyal Netherlands Strachan
GuayanaVenezuelanSmith ft Kelly
La Salma VENEZUELA
NordvindAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeSept 16
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
CharisRoyal Netherlands StrachanSept 10
TritonRoyal Netherlands StrachanSept 24
AmmonRoyal Netherlands StrachanSept 29
Sept 8
Sept 16
Sept 27
Sept 29
Oct 7
Dublin IRELAND
EdenManchesterSmith ft KellySept 26
Glasgow SCOTLAND
Manchester Progress TManchesterSmith ft KellyOct 10
London ENGLAND
American ReporterUnited States StrachanSept 16
Manchester ENGLAND
Eden ManchesterSmith ft KellySept 26
TremorvahManchesterSmith ft KellySept 28
Manchester Progress TManchester Smith KellyOct 10
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ship via PORT OF SAVANNAH
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GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Directory of Port Services for Savannah and Brunswick
Savannah enjoys regular steamship service to the United ports Many of these vessels call at Brunswick A Con
Kingdom and European ports the Mediterranean ports solidated Sailing Schedule is available from the Savannah
South African South American and the Far Eastern District Authority P O Box 768 Savannah Ga
Shipping Companies
DIXIE STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC 206 E Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 E Bay Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Company Bldg
TARVER SHIPPING COMPANY 105107 E Bay Street TROSDAL SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank and Trust Company
Barge Service IntraCoastal
C G WILLIS INC Paulsboro N i
Barge Service Inland
MERRY BROTHERS Augusta Georgia
Stevedores
DIXIE STEVEDORING CO INC 206 E Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street ROBERTS MARTIN W 105107 E Bay Street SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 E Bay Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 E Bay Street
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Co Bldg
Foreign Freight Forwarders
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO American Building W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC Realty Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building
Foreign Freight Forwarders
continued
J K EBBERWEIN Suite 8023 Realty Bldg
JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street
D J POWERS American Building
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street
Custom House Brokers
W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street
E L MOBLEY 215 Morel Building
D J POWERS American Building J W TARVER Arcade Building DONALD R WINTER 1518 Healey Bldg Atlanta Georgia GEORGE W WISE JR
404 Realty Building
Consuls
BRAZIL
Jack M Sayler V consul H DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen V consul H DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Jack M Sayler Consul H FINLAND
A G Van Schaick V consul H FRANCE
Edwin J Middleton Consular agent H
GERMANY
F A O Bahre Consul H ITALY
Joseph M Cafiero Consular agent H
NETHERLANDS
A G Van Schaick V consul H NORWAY
J P Imlay V consul H SWEDEN
l Roy Riddick V consul H VENEZUELA
Sr PrietoHopkins Consul C H Honorary C Career
Georgia Ports Authoritys Solicitation Offices
SAVANNAH
BRUNSWICK
NEW YORK
P 0 Box 1039 ADams 61561 Teletype 9123543499 J D HOLT Executive Director
P 0 Box 1758 AMherst 58500 Teletype 9122655138 CECIL G GNANN
233 Broadway COrtlandt 75731 Teletype 2125711312 GEORGE EGGERT
CHICAGO 200 So Michigan HArrison 78478
ATLANTA 1131 Healey Bldg JAckson 51595 Teletype 4045271034
FRED WHELAN
CLAUDE NEWMAN
BONN GERMANY 532 BonnBad Godesberg Ruengsdorfer Strasse 53 Telephone
Bad Godesberg 69344 LAURENCE W MAGRATH
JAMES I NEWSOME JR Savannah Director of Operations
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA
2 Adgers Wharf Phone RA 22921
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
Ocean Terminal Building Phone ADams 23151
BRUNSWICK GEORGIA
State Docks Building Phone 2657588
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone ELgin 57671
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
SHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
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Georgia AnchorAge PO Box 1039 Savannah Georgia
Acquisitions Division The University Libraries The University of Georgia Athens Georgia
BULK RATE US POSTAGE
PAID
PERMIT NO 368 SAVANNAH GA
International trade through SE United States
Gall Trust Company of Georgia
for more profitable ports of doll
One call to the Trust Companys International Department connects you with the Southeasts most complete most experienced foreign banking service Here highlytrained specialists in foreign commerce and finance work directly with you in establishing more favorable transactionsprovide fulltime followup in assuring more profitable results Backing the service is the Trust Companys entire fullservice banking organization plus a network of valuable contacts throughout the south the nation and the free world Remember when your world trading interests include the Southeastern US make your first port of call the Trust Company It makes the others more profitable
INTERNATIONAL DEPARTMENT
Atlanta Ga USA Ph 4045887694 AFFILIATES Augusta The First National Bank Trust Co Columbus The Fourth National Bank Macon The First National Bank Trust Co North Atlanta DeKalb National Bank ot Brookhaven Rome The First National Bank Savannah The Liberty National BankTrust Co Total Resources over 500000000 Members FDIC

Trust
Company
of Georgia
Where Banking it a Pleasure
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KENNICKELL PRINTING COMPANY
lf OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
LOOKING FOR BULK LIQUID
STORAGE FACILITIES
I I
IBMHi
NEW IN SAVANNAH
Drum filling facilities available
Can load and unload deep tank vessels from five berths
Deep water facilities for bulk liquids consisting of 1235000 barrels of storage
Experienced personnel
No investment required
Can receive store and ship via ocean tankers barges rail and truck
Served by 5 railroads 50 truck lines 105 steamship lines
Gateway to the Southeast Midwest and the world
Storage For All Types Vegetable Oils and Chemicals
We invite you to select Strategic Savannah Gateway to the burgeoning Southeast and the world We boast the largest deepwater terminal storage facility in the Southeast Our services are prompt efficient and reasonable Tankage is immediately available for any commodity that flows We invite your inquiry your inspection and your business
president
SOUTHLAND TERMINALS
Division of
SOUTHLAND OIL CORPORATION
P O Box 7036 S A V A N N A H G E O R G I A
Phone Area Code 9122362447 TWX 9123549000
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GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE AND COLUMBUS
THE
EXECUTIVES
CORNER
By J D Holt
Industrialization is a chain reaction tempered in the furnace of heated competition and forged on the anvil of forceful community drive The results of these labors are woven by skilled craftsmen at Augusta Georgia into an interwoven complex of chemical industries checker

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boarding the banks of the Savannah River
By its very nature and much to the delight of industrial developers the chemical industry itself is a chain reactor Case in point at Augusta Continental Cans plant designed to use southern pulp begat Olin Mathiesons chlorine and caustic soda production and Philadelphia Quartzs sodium silicates operation The pulp output accounts for neighboring Cox newsprint and the Southern Glassine plant Likewise Procter and Gambles detergents operation drew the Monsanto and DuPont supplying units to Augusta
Its a beautiful pattern but not as simple as it might appear Augustas spreading industry including the famed Miracle Mile represents an investment since 1957 of over two hundred million dollars The chain is long and strong with each link fashioned with sweat and dedication If this sounds like an unusual combination look around Augusta and youll find it to be a winning one
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert C Norman Augusta Chairman W D Trippe Cedartown Vice Chairman Howell Hollis Columbus Thomas M Johnson Savannah Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie Secretary
A M Harris Sr Brunswick Anton F Solms Jr Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude Newman Atlanta Director of Commerce and Traffic
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
GEORGIA SJ
VOLUME 6 NUMBER 9 SEPTEMBER 1965
JIM BISSON Editor
Official publication of the Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 Savannah Georgia Telephone AD 61561 Advertising rates furnished on request
Page
GEORGIA PEACHY FOR CHEMICALS 4
PORT PERSONALITIES PROGRESS 8
FIATA 10
HAMBURG MEET ACCG 12
RAYONIERJESUP DIVISION 14
ICE IN THE HOLE 19
MV PACIFIC OCEAN 22
SAILING SCHEDULE 23
DIRECTORY OF PORT SERVICES 27
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY y Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
THE COVER
SEA OF CELLSA workman puts finishing touches on the block of 58 11 mercury cells in the newly built chlorine and caustic soda plant of Olitt Mathieson Chemical Corporation at Augusta Ga Each cell produces approximately four tons of chlorine and four tons of caustic soda per day
Olins new 14 million plant is the latest addition to Augustas growing industrial family See Georgia
Peachy for Chemicals page 4
Georgia AnchorAge is published monthly on the 10th of each month and distributed third class mail to over 8000 readers All copy and pictures may be used by others however it would be appreciated if a credit line is given to The Georgia Ports Authority
SEPTEMBER 1965

Perimeter Highway under construction
Interstate 20 under construction
PhoenixBurris Chemical
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LEGEND
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Southern Glassine
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Open bay water
Authorized for improvement
RICHMOND COUNTY GEORGIA

MHV Principal improved connecting watrways
Hill Savannah River

CPI Welcomed in Richmond County
Map Reproduced Courtesy Chemical Week
A chemical empire is spreading out into Georgias peach and cotton country bringing a new flourish of business to Richmond County and to 230yearold county seat Augusta Chemical investment in the Augusta area has grown in a few short years from virtually zero to 1835 million And new projects continue to crop up Latest to expand Allied Chemical and KimberlyClark
gents plant a 35million Du Pont sodium silicates unit and a Monsanto tripolyphosphates and phosphoric acid installation costing an estimated 17 million Near the PG unit stands the recently expanded 115million Babcock Wilcox Refractories Division operation
lizer complex Going up next door is a 10millionplus caprolactam plant owned by the newly formed Columbia Nipro Corp which like Columbia Nitrogen is jointly owned by Pittsburgh Plate Glass and DSM Netherlands
Kimberly purchased an 1100acre site five miles southeast of Augusta for a paper products plant to supply the thriving Southeastern market Allieds Nitrogen Division is doubling its fertilizer storage and distribution facilities
Since 61 a short stretch of Highway 56 along Augustas southern boundary called the Miracle Mile Industrial District has attracted a 4million Procter Gamble synthetic deter
A few miles beyond are Continental Cans 45million pulp and bleached paperboard plant now undergoing a 22million expansion Olin Mathiesons 20million chlorine and caustic soda unit due to go onstream in October Philadelphia Quartzs 4million sodium silicates plant Southern Glassines division of Deerfield Glassine Co 3million glassine paper plant and Cox Enterprises 30million newsprint mill under construction
Area Openers There are several reasons why Augusta 200 miles up the Savannah a river that still claims relatively little commercial traffic and 160 miles from booming Atlanta shows promise of becoming a major chemical complex in the Southeast Most important the areas plant site basicswater labor transportation are good and relatively untapped Richmond Countys total population including Augusta 150000
East of town is the twoyearold 25million Columbia Nitrogen ferti
The Atomic Energy Commissions big Savannah River heavywater plant built in the 50s put the CarolinaGeorgia areas advantages in focus In 58 Continental Can set up
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Artist Rendering of 1965 Expansion of the Georgia Ports Authoritys Augusta Inland Barge Terminal
a plant designed to use Southern pine pulp Many of the next industrial additions were related to this packaging unit Olin Mathiesons chlorine and caustic soda production and Philadelphia Quartzs sodium silicates operation Also the pulp output in large measure accounts for the neighboring Cox newsprint mill and the Southern Glassine plant Similarly Procter Gambles detergents operation drew the Monsanto and Du Pont supplying units to Augusta
Defensive There were other reasons for expanding at Augusta Charles Smith vicepresident and general manager of Olin Mathiesons Chemicals Division tells CW In one sense Olins move was defensive The company could have expanded one of its existing chlorine and caustic soda units to supply the expected increased demand But this would have left the
excellent Augusta location open to construction of a chlorine caustic soda plant by a competitor
Another significant factor in attraction of new chemical process industries tenants to Augusta has been the ambitious industrial development program vigorously put forward by the Augusta Committee of 100 This industrial promotion body has a membership of 250325 firms and individuals Each member pays at least 100 year and some pay as much as 3000 giving the committee an annual budget of 4500050000 Organized in the late 50s the committee has been directing its efforts largely toward making certain that word on the areas good plant sites and other industrial basics is heard far and wide Its paid executive director is Milton Folds and its board of directors is headed by Joseph Patchen
Down the Savannah The 9ftdeep Savannah River channel which extends 2001 miles down to the deepwater port of Savannah is now rarely used by Augustas chemical complex However location on or near a navigable river was considered a must by each company moving to the area and its logical to expect that as the chemical industry output grows and changes barging will become attractive
Examples the Columbia Nipro plant will produce 100000tonsyear of ammonium sulfate as a coproduct of caprolactam Some of this will be exported and the company may barge it to Savannah
The Savannah River is also beginning to claim a place in the distribution pattern of firms having no production facilities at Augusta In Jan
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The newest member of Augustas complex of industries is the 14 miUion Olin Mathieson Chemical Corporations plant shown above
uary Allieds Nitrogen Division will begin barging solid nitrogen products from its Hopewell Va plant to its Augusta port warehouse now being expanded from 20000 to 40000 sq ft
A development that makes the river of special interest to Augusta industry is the crossFlorida barge canal now under construction from Jacksonville on the Atlantic to Yankeetown on the Gulf Coast If Congressional appropriations continue for this project as expected there will be a continuous protected waterway from the TexasLouisiana CPI areas to Savannah and Augusta within the next decade The canal will also provide a direct link between Augusta and the MississippiOhio river systems
One industry spokesman points out that this would clear the way for getting lowpriced ammonia into the areaa move he feels would be a sure spur to expansion of the present complex
The river is serving an especially vital purpose so far as the chemical industry is concerned it assures watercompetitive rates from other carriers Case in point the AugustatoSavannah rail rate reduction on
dry fertilizer materials For singlecar movements the rate is 263ton in 10car lots it drops to 225ton
At such low rates the railroads get the major hauling from Augusta plants Five lines Atlantic Coast Line Georgia Central of Georgia Southern Railway GeorgiaFlorida give the city access to markets in all directions
Augusta is within 150 miles of 11 of the most important markets in the Southeast representing 25 of the total effective buying power in Georgia South Carolina and North Carolina
Tax Baits The Committee of 100 does more than promote Augusta Under the leadership of Folds and Richmond Countys commissioners board most industrial sites are beyond the citys limits several policies have been established that are especially beneficial to the chemical industry Example the regular formula for assessing industrial taxes is not applied to specialpurpose plants A pulp digester or a cooling tower say would be assessed under a ratio different from that of a generalpurpose building
Money Talks The Richmond County industrial tax rate is 4125 mills assessed at a rate of approximately onethird actual value While the committee offers no tax inducements per se a special citycounty tax program covers the first five years of plant operation This applies to expanded as well as new industry
Folds is enthusiastic about a relatively new but littleused concept of revenue certificate financing now being applied On the passage of an enabling resolution by the city or county a corporation can be set up to issue lowinterest revenue certificates for plant construction
Labor and Living Management also likes the areas labor situation Less than 2 of some 26000 manufacturing employees are unionized yet chemical industry wages are comparable to those in other areas of the country indicating an exceptional relationship between labor and management Consequently unions efforts to organize have repeatedly failed
Chemical companies also cite Augusta as a desirable place in which to live Race relations are good and so are schools housing other essentials that make for Southern comfort
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GOOD NEWS FOR INDUSTRY
PEPPersonalized Engineering Program a complete package of engineering and technical services that eliminates many of the problems involved in plant relocation
The P E P system can help management accurately forecast startup costs of a new plant Its available to any qualified company for the asking
Now you can have industrytrained relocationoriented engineers work with your own staff planning your next move This is a vital part of P E P a free service that includes inplant engineering analysis settingup manning tables and the recruiting and crashtraining of all new employees Everything is done at our expense You simply select your future plant site in Georgia and leave the onschedule startup to P E P
Like to know more Write or call Carl E Sanders Governor or James H Nutter Dir Ga Dept of Industry Trade 100 State Capitol Atlanta All inquiries kept in strictest confidence
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STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY NAMES NEW PRESIDENT
ALBERT J KLINGEL JR APPOINTED EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR SAVANNAH DISTRICT AUTHORITY
Strachan Shipping Company has elected Frank G Strachan of New Orleans as its new president Mr Strachan succeeds F D M Strachan Jr who retired for reasons of health
Home offices of the firm will remain in Savannah Strachan said and he will continue to reside in New Orleans His predecessor will assume a directorship with the business
Strachan Shipping Company was formed in 1886 in Savannah under the partnership as Strachan Company by Captain Frank G Strachan
Strachan offices are located throughout South Atlantic and U S Gulf ports as well as in New York and in major interior transportation centers
FRANK G STRACHAN
Albert J Klingel Jr has been appointed executive director of the Savannah District Authority according to a recent announcement by SDA president John M McIntosh Mr Klingel has headed a successful industrial development program in his former post at Fairfax County Virginia having attracted many new industries to the area Mr Klingel was an honor graduate of Harvard 1952 and a post graduate of business administration 1954 He has held positions of leadership with several nationally known companies as well as industrial development agencies It was also announced that Guy Kissinger former SDA manager will leave Savannah shortly to assume duties as deputy director of the Virginia industrial development and planning board
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PROGRESS
INLAND PORT FESTIVAL BIG SUCCESS AT BAINBRIDGE
Over 25000 visitors filled the city of Bainbridge to pay tribute to Americas inland waterways Bainbridges third Inland Port Festival proved to be the biggest event ever staged in the area Crowds stood 10 and 12 deep to watch the 14 high school and military bands 40 floats and numerous dignitaries from three states The naughtical nymphs bedecking the GPA float above are Miss Janice Strickland and Miss Joan Dowdy who added a touch of charm and beauty to the Ports Authoritys
parade entry
AND A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL as Ferrell Lines Incorporated entertained their customers at Savannah with a buffet dinner aboard the SS AFRICAN COMET In the photo above left to right Frank K Peeples President Southeastern Maritime Company agent for Farrell Lines Fred L Grundy Worsaw Lumber Trading Company Edward J Chick and W Lawrence Durrett of Farrell Lines
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FIATA President Henrik Lehmann left J D Holt executive director and Laurence W Magrath European director of the Georgia Ports Authority discuss world transportation problems at the GPA s
hospitality suite for the FIATA delegates
Jeynoted Forwarding promotes international cooperation there was held Sept 69 at Copenhagen Denmark the highly successful Congress of FIATA the International Federation of Forwarding Associations at which GPA was officially represented by J D Holt Executive Director Savannah Ga and Laurence W Magrath European Director
That the event was truly international is borne out by the fact that 21 nations were represented for a total attendance of around 700 active participants some of them accompanied by their wives so that at the main social functions there were present no less than 800 persons a remarkable tribute to the organizing committee Of the 21 nations represented we were privileged in our Hospitality Suite at the Hotel dAngleterre to welcome well over 100 visitors from no less than 17 countries Since we were definitely interested in extending our persontoperson contacts that certainly was accomplished
Apart from the fact that the great majority of the delegates spoke English that was the official language at the Congress and it is noteworthy that for example the Mayor of Copenhagen and others greeted the guests at the Opening Session in English with the greatest ease This now so widespread ability should encourage American businessmen who are teetering on the edge of a resolution to visit Europe to develop exports and who may have shied away from it on account of the language problem In reverse we know how many European businessmen visit our American shores and we do not hesitate to paraphrase the FIATA Congress keynote by adding The English language promotes international business
FIATA was founded in 1926 in i Vie the forwarding profession to foster cl ose warding associations The registered O the Secretariat at Copenhagen Denm arl Congress in 1963 it was Lucerne Sw Belgrade Yugoslavia The working cor with such subjects as customs proced ure frontiers insurance and rationalizatiojn o was handled at length during the curirer the type of situation which in Europe1 w tions within a relatively limited area as not only to rationalization but also t o t speed up essential paperwork with rtedi
The Board of Directors elected fjor that for the two years past with the dy nai continuing in office as President as g well done
Europe this year has had a chill y like summer with Paris registering ffhe Scandinavia however has done bett er gress presented a smiling face so th at City Hall and other public building s i visited them leave that pleasant memjor Denmark wished for
This FIATA Congress story wo uh the best things to the endI withojut Issue of AnchorAge with Copenhaglen distributed personally addressed to al 11 sages from Chairman Norman and J D convey as they put itf something of ou r complimentary remarks over this issule i of record
We who represented GPA left C opi renewed friends acquired and possib le ment of our continually growing area s c
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5 in fVienna Austria by leading persons in er cl oser cooperation between national foreredi Office is is Berne Switzerland and enm ark FIATA holds a biennial World ne Switzerland and in 1967 it will be ing committees active at all times deal oced ure movement of perishables across zatiojn of documentation The latter subject j curlrent sessions being representative of rope with differing languages and regulairea jas compared with USA lends itself Iso t o the increasing use of computers to ith induced effort
ted fjor the next two years is the same as le dy namic Henrik Lehmann Copenhagen t as good a testimonial as any to a job
chill y dreary and completely unsummering ffhe lowest temperatures in 100 years
bettper and Copenhagen during the Congo th at the famed Tivoli Gardens the fine Idingis for those who previously had rot memjjory which the hospitable people of
y woiuld be incomplete and we have kept vitho ut reference to the Special FIATA nhaglens famous Nymph on the front cover to a 11 participants with welcoming mesid J D Holt Executive Director and to 3f ou r Portlosophy We received many issule and are proud to make it a matter
eft C openhagen happy over past contacts ossibjle new doors opened for the developarea s of operation
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On September 10 following the monthly Meeting of the Board of Directors in Hamburg at the famed Atlantic Hotel a mecca for all Americans visiting that beautiful city Mr J D Holt Executive Director was the Speaker and Guest of Honor his subject The Industrial Development of SouthEast USA and its Opportunities
Mr Holt was introduced by Mr Otto Schoeppler President of the Chamber and Vice President of the Chase Manhattan Bank Frankfurt Branch the guests present numbering about 100 representing a veritable crosssection of the many important business and banking firms in the North German area with contacts in USA Since the theme dealt with the rapid development of industry in SouthEast USA based on the City of Atlanta as the virtual capital of the whole complex of States in that area a concept which in Europe has still to be grasped the guests preponderantly German listened with genuine interest and attentiveness For the Americans present Holt described his talk as refresher course
The American Chamber of Commerce in Germany of which GPA is a member counts about 1000 firms in its membership divided approximately 5050 between US and German enterprises The membership list is therefore a Whos Who of AmericanGerman business including some of our most important national concerns with European interests While GPA is likewise a member of the American Chambers in France UK Belgium the Netherlands and Italy the Chamber in Germany with registered office in Berlin has one unique feature It is a mobile Chamber of Commerce
for the reason that each Meeting of the organized for both members and non me within the Federal Republic sure sign of body
Not only does the Chamber fojstei USA and Germany but through its possible to encourage German firms to im of President Schoepplers Report in the Germany the Chambers publication i Holts Hamburg address In the same iss inviting European investors to parti cip economy with special emphasis on our Commerce in Germany may be obtaine or the Office of the European Director 1
All the American Chambers of Coi is a member are a collective asset to A with the Commercial Attaches and 0ffi and US Trade Centers as well as nafioi European country and other trade glror elected Directors give generously of their and importers in USA and are thorc development These organizations certaii much useful business contact information should ask
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J D Holt Executive Director of the Georgia Forts Authority is pictured above as he addressed the American Chamber of Commerce in Germany in which he remarked on the fantastic growth of industry in the Southeastern USA and of its unlimited potential for the European exporter and investor
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of the Directors coupled with a luncheon nonmembers is held in a different city sign of a wideawake and forwardmoving
r foster actively twoway trade between ugh its many banking members does all ns to invest in USA This was the subject in the September issue of Commerce in cation in which he made mention of Mr same issue there is an article by Mr Holt participate directly in the growing US on our SouthEast Copy of this issue of obtained from our Savannah headquarters rectoir BonnBad Godesberg Germany
s of Commerce in Europe of which GPA et to American business working closely nd Officers of the US State Department as najtional Chambers of Commerce in each ide groups Their permanent staffs and of their time in assisting potential exporters re thoroughly dedicated to twoway trade is certainly are willing and able to furnish irmation for the askingand more people
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In a little over eleven years the Jesup Division of Rayonier Incorporated has risen as the undisputed king in the exportation of baled woodpulp
The Jesup Division produces between 700 and 800 tons of pulp a day with half of this total slated for export
Representing an original investment of 25 million the Jesup plant was designed by Rayonier engineers using a process developed by the companys own research staff Since that time the plant has more than doubled in size
With over seven hundred employees the Jesup Division s payroll pushes the 5 million mark annually An additional one million dollars plus annually goes for employee benefit plans socalled fringe benefits
In 1964 11400000 flowed into most of the counties of southeast Georgia to purchase the 560000 cords of wood used by the mill Of this amount 4606000 was paid directly to independent pulpwood dealers who supplied nearly half of the companys total wood requirements The figures for 1965 will exceed the 64 results
Rayoniers forestry operations provided both permanent and temporary employment to more than 150 foresters nurserymen and land management personnel Wood demand also created additional jobs and business opportunities for some 550 other Georgians
These impact figures are most impressive and the average employee of the Jesup plant is obviously proud of his companys role in his States Countys and Citys economic picture But if you really want to bring the sparkle to his eyes just ask him about quality control
Take a walk through the lab section and watch the skilled technicians running hundreds of tests on ULTRANIER one of the worlds purest pulps Talk to a few of these people and youll soon realize that they are not just performing routine duties but are dedicated welltrained people proud of their product and determined to maintain their companys high standards
A trip through the mill where one finds himself snowbound in mountains of pure white pulp is most impressive Your guide points out an apparent perfect role of pulp that
Weve been pleased to see the growth and progress in Jesup and the surrounding area We have refined and revised our process as necessary to keep abreast of the times so that Rayonier and the Jesup mill have held their position in the face of some remarkably tough competition
Since 1954 each year has been a year of progress for the Jesup Division and 1964 was the most outstanding of them all Last year an alltime tonnage record of pulp was produced by the mill
B W HASKELL Resident Manager Jesup Division
is destined to be reprocessed It didnt quite measure up to quality control standards
On every batch of pulp run through the huge machines at Rayonier a sample package of the product is filed away for future comparison tests If a customers plant is geared for a particular blend say manufactured in the spring of 1955 it is most necessary that his current order is of the same
formula as the 55 batch Rigid quality control assures this consistency
If you are ever down southeast Georgia way where Wayne County touches the Altamaha take a long look at the giant of the local economy the transportationexport center and the producer of the worlds purest pulpits called Rayonier Jesup Division
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One of the most recent arrivals at the Georgia Ports Authority was the MV GLADSTONE STAR which discharged approximately 300000 pounds of frozen beef at the GPAs new cold storage warehouse
Sound engineering of this new installation paid off as the cargo moved smoothly shipside to cold storage in less than six hours
Operated by the Atlantic Company the ultramodern refrigerated warehouse features a blast freezer and over onehalf million cubic feet of refrigerated space at shipside
The GLADSTONE STAR is of the Blue Star Line Southern Shipping Company is their agent
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Above Fred Faulk Branch Manager for the Atlantic Company checks the cargo as it moves swiftly on to the MID station below where it is carefully checked by U S Department of Agriculture Inspector Ralph Eberly for quality and condition
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MV PACIFIC OCEAN arriving Savannah on maiden voyage Ailaniirafik Express Service schedules Swedens largest refrigerated vessel to load for Australia
Atlanttrafik Express Service has announced through their Savannah agents Stevens Shipping Terminal Company that the newly built MV PACIFIC OCEAN proceeding on her maiden voyage will arrive Savannah on October 20th to load for Australian ports on the regular berth line of the Atlanttrafik Express Service The vessel will dock at the Garden City Terminal of the Georgia Ports Authority
The PACIFIC OCEAN is 500 feet long has a deadweight of 8700 long tons and seventeen refrigerated compartments totalling 380000 cubic feet bale space thus making her the largest refrigerated vessel ever built in Sweden The refrigerated compartments will be utilized primarily for the carriage of meats and other perishable goods northbound from Australia but all compartments are available for the carriage of general cargo southbound from Savannah to Australia
The vessel has a contract speed of 19 knots and is
equipped with the most modern cargo handling gear including five ton cargo booms at every hatch and a forty ton heavy lift boom All weather deck cargo hatches have folding steel covers equipped with hydraulic motors and chains for quick opening and closing
Living spaces for the officers and crew are of the most modern comfortable design and completely air conditioned Almost the entire crew has single cabins and an additional large room is provided for the crews leisure time
The navigational equipment and machinery are of the highest quality consistent with the fact that the vessel was built to class 100 A 1 Ice Class 2 of Lloyds Register
Atlanttrafik Express Service maintains a regular liner service from Savannah directly to Brisbane Sydney Adelaide and Melbourne with an average transit time of 24 days Captain Eric L Vogel is master of the vessel
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DIXIE STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC 206 East Bay Street P O box 528 31402 Tel 2345358 HANSEN 8c TIDEMANN INC 206 East Bay Street Phone 2334104
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 24 Drayton Street P O Box 2468 31402 Tel 2348886 MERRY SHIPPING CO 415 Masonic Building P O Box 1474 Augusta Georgia 30903 Tel PArk 26831 SMITH 8c KELLY CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 2808 31402 Tel 23231S1 SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 East Bay Street P O Box 2747 31402 Tel 2348265 SOUTHERN SHIPPING CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 2808 31402 Tel 2323151 STEVENS SHIPPING 8C TERMINAL CO 26 East Bay Street P O Box 1068 31402 Tel 2338803 ST KACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 670 31402 Tel 2346671 TARVER SHIPPING CO 105107 East Bay Street P O Box 541 31402 Tel 2348829
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AdenyAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeOct 24
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San Pedro de Macoris DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
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CENTRAL AMERICA
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Chiron iJRoyal Netherlands StrachanNov 11
A VesselRoyal Netherlands StrachanNov 26
Amapala HONDURAS
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Chiron Royal Netherlands StrachanNov 11
A Vessel Royal Netherlands StrachanNov 26
Champerico GUATEMALA
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ChironRoyal Netherlands Strachanlov 11
A Vessel Royal Netherlands StrachanNov 26
Corinto NICARAGUA
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ChironRoyal Netherlands StrachanNov 11
A VesselRoyal Netherlands StrachanNov 26
Cutuco La Union EL SALVADOR
TritonRoyal Netherlands StrachanOct 29
ChironIRoyal Netherlands StrachanNov 11
A VesselRoyal Netherlands StrachanNov 26
La Libertad EL SALVADOR
Triton Royal Netherlands StrachanOct 29
Chiron Royal Netherlands StrachanNov 11
A Vessel Royal Netherlands StrachanNov 26
Puerto Limon COSTA RICA
TritonRoyal Netherlands StrachanOct 29
Chiron Royal Netherlands StrachanNov 11
A VesseLRoyal Netherlands StrachanNov 26
Puntarenas COSTA RICA
TritonRoyal Netherlands StrachanOct 29
ChironRoyal Netherlands StrachanNov 11
A VesselRoyal Netherlands StrachanNov 26
San Jose de Guatemala GUATEMALA
Triton Royal Netherlands StrachanOct 29
Chiron Royal Netherlands StrachanNov 11
A Vessel1 Royal Netherlands StrachanNov 26
San Juan del Sur NICARAGUA
TritonRoyal Netherlands StrachanOct 29
Chiron Royal Netherlands StrachanNov 11
A Vessel Royal Netherlands StrachanNov 26
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Tel Aviv ISRAEL
QeshetZim SouthernOct 19
Tripoli LIBYA
Bawean Nedlloyd StrachanNov 22
Valencia SPAIN
A VesseLTurkish Cargo Lines DixieNov
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam Antwerp Bremen Hamburg Rotterdam Hilversum RTP Independent Gulf Smith Kelly Nov 5
Amsterdam Rotterdam Bremen Hamburg
Gorredyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Nov 3
Grebbedyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 3
Antwerp BELGIUM
United Stales Strachan Oct 25
Gorredyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Nov 3
Grebbedyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 3
Antwerp Rotterdam Amsterdam Bremen Hamburg
Hasselburg OzeanSlinnes Southeastern M Oct 25
Luljenburg OzeanSiinnes Southeastern M Nov 8
Syllum OzeanSlinnes Southeastern M Nov 22
Bremen Hamburg Antwerp Rotterdam
Thalaiia Swedish AmWilhelmsen Strachan Oct 31

Bremerhaven Bremen Rotterdam Antwerp
American Reoorier United Slates Strachan Nov 23
Le Havre FRANCE
Thalaiia Swedish AmWilhelmsen Strachan Oct 31
Gorredyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Nov 3
Grebbedyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 3
Rotterdam Amsterdam Antwerp
Sinoe Regent Stevens Nov 5
Fidelity 3 Regent Stevens Nov 23
Rotterdam Bremerhaven Bremen Hamburg
Zim SouthernOct 19 American ProducerUnited States StrachanOct 28
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer Space TDenotes Tank Space PDenotes Passenger
Hellenic DixieNov 1
States MarineIsthmian StrachanNov 6
States MarineIsthmian StrachanNov 11
Nedlloyd StrachanNov 22
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Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Dale
PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
Cap Verde RT Columbus Southern Oct 22
Halifax Star R Blue Star Southern Oct 27
Port Lyttelton Pori and Associated Strachan Oct 27
Port Invercargill M Am St Australian Smith St Kelly Nov 2
Lake Eyre Atlanttrafik Stnvons Nov 10
Australian Gem Farrell Southeastern Maritime Nov 12
Port Townsville H Am St Australian Smith Kelly Nov 13
Port Alfred Pori and Associated Strachan Nov 23
America Star R Blue Star Southern Nov 24
Cap Norte RT Columbus Southern Nov 26

Auckland NEW ZEALAND
City of BirkenheadAm AustralianSmith 8c KellyOcl 29
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
Cap Verde RTColumbus Southern
Cap Norte RT iColumbus Southern
Halifax Star RBlue Star Southern
Port InvercargillAm AustralianSmith 8c Kelly
Australian GemFarrell Southeastern Maritime
Port TownsvilleAm 8c AustralianSmith 8c Kelly
Lake Eyre Atlanttrafik M Stevens
Port Alfred Pori and AssociatedStrachan
America Star Rlu Blue Star JS Southern
Bugo PIIILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil RizalMarilime of Phils Southeastern MOct 24
Phil Corregidor Marilime of PhilsSoulhcaslern MNov 8
Ceb PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Garca RTPUnited Philippine Southern
Phil RizalMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Phil Pres Osmena RTP United Philippine Southern
Phil CorregidorMarilime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Phil Pres Quirino RTP United Philippine Southern
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited Philippine Southern
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Garcia RTP United Philippine Southern
Phil Rizal Marilime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Phil Pres Osmena RTP United Philippine Southern
Phil CorregidorMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Phil Pres Quirino RTP United Philippine Southern
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited Philippine Southern
Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
City of BirkenheadAm St AustralianSmith 8c KellyOct 29
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
Port AlfredPort and AssociatedStrachanNov 23
Hobart AUSTRALIA
Port LytteltonPori and AssociatedStrachanOct 27
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Phil Pres Garcia RTPUnited Philippine Southern Oct 19
Colorado Maru RTK LineSmith 8c KellyOct 22
Phil RizalMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern MOct 24
Phil Pres Osmena RTP United Philippine SouthernNov 2
Phil CorregidorMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern MNov 8
Phil Pres Quirino RTP United Philippine SouthernNov 16
Montana Maru RTK LineSmith KellyNov 17
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited Philippine SouthernNov 29
Ocl 19 Oct 24 Nov 2 Nov 8 Nov 16 Nov 29
Oct 19 Oct 21 Nov 2 Nov 8 Nov 16 Nov 29
Oct 22 Nov 26 Oct 27 Nov 2 Nov 12 Nov 13 Nov 10 Nov 23 Nov 24
Ship
Steamship Line Agency Sailing Dale
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
Cap Verde RT Columbus Southern Ocl 22
Halifax Star R Blue Siar Southern s Ot 27
Pori Lyttelton Port and Associated Strachan Oct 27
Port Invercargill Am 8c Australian Smith St Kelly Nov 2
Lake Eyre Atlanttrafik Sfpvpns Nov 10
Australian Gem Farrell Southeastern Maritime Nov 12
Port Townsville Am St Australian Smith Kelly Nov 13
Pori Alfred Pori and Associated Strachan Nov 23
America Star R Blue Star Southern Nov 24
Cap Norte RT Columbus Southern Nov 26
Nagoya JAPAN
Colorado Maru RT K Line Smith Kelly Oct 22
Harunasan Maru MitsuiOSK BH Strachan Nov 10
Sumida Maru NYK Strachan Nov 10
Montana Maru RT K Line Smith St Kelly Nov 17
Napier NEW ZEALAND
City of Birkenhead Am Australian Smith Kelly Ocl 29
Osaka JAPAN
Colorado Maru RT K Line Smith 8c Kelly Oct 22
Harunasan Maru MitsuiOSK Strachan Nov 10
Sumida Maru NYK Strachan Nov 10
Montana Maru RMT1 1K Line Smith Kellv Nov 17

Sydney AUSTRALIA
Cap Verde RT Columbus Southern Ocl 22
Halifax Star R Blue Star Southern Oct 27
Port Lyttelton Port and Associated Strachan Oct 27
Port Invercargill Am Australian Smith St Kelly Nov 2
Lake Eyre Atlanttrafik Stevens Nov 10
Australian Gem Farrell Southeastern Maritime Nov 12
Port Townsville Am St Australian Smith 8c Kelly Nov 13
Port Alfred Port and Associated Strachan Nov 23
America Star R Blue Star Southern Nov 24
Cap Norte RT Columbus Southern Nov 26
Wellington NEW ZEALAND
City of Birkenhead Am Australian Smith St Kelly Oct 27
Yokohama JAPAN
Phil Pres Garcia RTPUnited Philippine Southern
Colorado Maru RTK LineSmith Kelly
Phil Pres Osmena RTP United Philippine Southern
Harunasan Maru MitsuiOSK Strachan
Sumida Maru NYK Strachan
Phil Pres Quirino RTP United Philippine Southern
Montana Maru RTM K LineSmith Kelly
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited Philippine Southern
Ocl 19 Ocl 22 Nov 2 Nov 10 Nov 10 Nov 16 Nov 17 Nov 29
PERSIAN GULF
Basrah IRAN
Hellenic Sky RTP Hellenic DixieNov 1
Traulenfels R Hansa Hohenstein Nov 4
Beirut LEBANON
Traulenfels RHansa HohensteinNov 4
Dammam SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic Skv RTPHellenic DixieNov 1
Traulenfels RHansa HohensteinNov 4
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Garcia RTPUnited Philippine SouthernOct 19
Phil RizalMarilime of PhilsSoutheastern MOct 24
Phil Pres Osmena RTP United Philippine SouthernNov 2
PK1 CorregidorMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern MNov 8
Phil Pres Quirino RTP United Philippine SouthernNov 16
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTP United Philippine SouthernNov 29
Keelung FORMOSA
Colorado Maru RTK Line Smith 8c KellyOct 22
Montana Maru RTK LineSmith 8c KellyNov 17
Kobe JAPAN
Phil Pres Garcia RTPUnited Philippine SouthernOcl 19
Colorado Maru RTK Line Smith KellyOct 22
Phil Pres Osmena RTP United Philippinel SouthernNov 2
Harunasan MaruMitsuiOSK StrachanNov 10
Sumida MaruNYK StrachanNov 10
Phil Pres Quirino RTP United Philippine SouthernNov 16
Montana Maru RTjK LineSmith 8c KellyNov 17
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited Philippine SouthernNov 29
Lyttelton NEW ZEALAND
City of Birkenhead Am AustralianSmith KellyOct 29
Australian GemFarrell Southeastern MarilimeNov 12
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Garcia RTPUnited Philippine SouthernOct 19
Phil RizalMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern MOct 24
Phil Pres Osmena RTP United Philippine SouthernNov 2
Phil CorregidorMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern MNov 8
Phil Pres Quirino RTP United Philippine SouthernNov 16
Phil Pres Magsaysay RTPUnited PhilippineSouthernNov 29
5EPJEMBER 1965 Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer
Dubai
Trautenfels RHansa HohensteinNv 4
Khorramshahr IRAN
Traulenfels RHansa HohensteinNov 4
Kuwait KUWAIT
Hellenic Sky RTPHellenic DixieNov 1
Trautenfels RHansa HohensteinNov 4
Tripoli LIBYA
Traulenfels RHansa HohensteinNov 4
Umm Said
Traulenfels RHansa HohensteinNov 4
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Aden ADEN
Jaladhanva Smith Kelly Oct 27
Vishva Stianti fRifTl SCI Smith 8c Kelly Nov 2
State of Madhya Pradesh RjT SC 1 Smith 8c Kelly Nov 28
Aqaba SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic Sky RTJP Hellenic Dixie Nov 1
Steel Director Strachan Nov 11
Bawean 1 Nedlloyd Strachan Nov 22
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Bawean Nedlloyd Strachan Nov 22
TDenote Tank Space PDenotes Passenger 25
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Ship
Sieamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic Torch RTPHellenic
DixieOct 31
SOUTH AMERICANORTH COAST
Port Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic Torch RTPHeUenic
DixieOct 31
Ciudad Bolivar VENEZUELA
KreonRoyal Netherlands
Ailsa Royal Netherlands
Strachan
Sirachan
Nov 1 Nov 15
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Copenhagen DENMARK
Thalalta Swedish AmWilhelmsenSirachanOct 31
Gothenburg SWEDEN
Thalatta Swedish AmWilhelmsenSirachanOct 31
Helsinki FINLAND
Thalatta Swedish AmWilhelmsenSirachanOct 31
Malmo SWEDEN
ThalattaiSwedish AmWilhelmsenStrachanOct 31
Norrkoping SWEDEN
ThalattaSwedish AmWilhelmsenStrachanOct 31
Oslo NORWAY
Thalatta Swedish AmWilhelmsenStrachanOct 31
Stockholm SWEDEN
Thalatta Swedish AmWilhelmsenStrachanOct 31
Curacao NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
MaronRoyal Netherlands
Strachan
Nov 10
Guanta VENEZUELA
KreonRoyal Netherlands
AilsaRoyal Netherlands
Strachan
Strachan
Nov 1 Nov 15
LaGuaira VENEZUELA
Ciudad de BarquisimeloVenezuelanSmith KellyOct 25
MaronRoyal Netherlands StrachanNov 10
La Salina VENEZUELA
AdenyAlcoa
Southeastern MaritimeOct 24
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
KreonRoyal Netherlands
Maron Royal Netherlands
Ailsa Royal Netherlands
Sirachan
Strachan
Sirachan
Nov 1 Nov 10 Nov 15
Paramaribo SURINAM
AdenyAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeOct 24
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
AdenyAlcoa Southeastern Maritime
Ciudad de BarquisimeloVenezuelanSmith Kelly
Oct 24 Oct 25 1
Maron Strachan Nov
Ailsa Royal Netherlands Sirachan Nov
Puerto Sucre VENEZUELA
Maron Rovai Netherlands Sirachan Nov
Loide BoliviaLloyd Brasileiro SirachanOct 19
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
MormacmailMooreMcCormack Strachan
Rio Aguapey Argeniine Line Strachan
ThiraBrodin Soulheastern Marine
DoroleaNortonSmith Kelly
Montevideo TPIvaran Southern
MormacdawnMooreMcCormack i Strachan
Buenos Aires TP Ivaran Southern
MormacpennMooreMcCormack Strachan
Ori 17 Ori 17 Ori 20 Ori 21 Ori 22 Nov 4 Nov 8 Nov 26
Bombay INDIA
Jaladhanya
Vishva Shanti RT
Steel Scientist
Steel Director
State of Madhya Pradesh
Scindia Smith
S C 1 Smith
States MarineIsthmian
Slates MarineIsthmian
RTSCISmith
KellyOct 27
KellyNov 2
StrachanNov 6
SirachanNov 11
KellyNov 28
Calcutta INDIA
Jala dhan y a
Hellenic Torch RTP
Vishva Shanti RT
Steel Scientist
Steel Director
ScindiaISmith
Hellenic
SCISmith
States MarineIsthmian Slates MarineIsthmian
KellyOct 27
DixieOct 31
KellyNov 2
SirachanNov 6
SirachanNov 11
Fortaleza BRAZIL
Loide BoliviaLloyd Brasileiro
SirachanOct 19
Itajai BRAZIL
ThiraBrodin
Southeastern MarineOct 20
LaGuaira VENEZUELA
AdenyAlcoa
Southeastern MaritimeOct 24
Montevideo URUGUAY
MormacmaiLMooreMcCormack Sirachan
ThiraBrodin Southeastern Marine
Montevideo TPIvaran Southern
MormacdawnMooreMcCormack Strachan
Buenos Aires TPIvaran Southern
MormacpennMooreMcCormack Sirachan
Oct 17 Oct 20 Oct 22 Nov 4 Nov 8 Nov 26
Paranagua BRAZIL
MormacmaiL
Thira
Mormacdawn
Mormacpenn
MooreMcCormack Strachan
Brodin Southeastern Marine
MooreMcCormack Strachan
MooreMcCormack Strachan
Oct 17 Oct 20 Nov 4 Nov 26
Madras INDIA Jaladhanya Scindia Smith Kelly Oct 27
Vishva Shanti RT SCI Smith Kellv Nov 2
Steel Scieniisi Stales MarineIsthmian Strachan Nov 6
Steel Director Stales MarineIsthmian Sirachan Nov 11
State of Madhya Pradesh RT SCI Smith Kelly Nov 28
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Belfast IRELAND American Harvester United Stales Strachan Oct 25
Dublin IRELAND Rowanmore Manchester Smith Kelly Oct 31
Liverpool ENGLAND American Harvester United Stales Strachan Oct 25
London ENGLAND American Harvester United States Strachan Oct 25
Porto Alegre BRAZIL
Loide BoliviaLloyd Brasileiro SirachanOct 19
DoroteaNortonSmith KellyOct 21
Manchester ENGLAND
RowanmoreManchester
Smith KellyOct 31
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
MormacmaiLMooreMcCormack Strachan
Loide BoliviaLloyd Brasileiro Sirachan
ThiraBrodin Southeastern Marine
DoroteaNortonSmith Kelly
Montevideo TPIvaran Southern
MormacdawnMooreMcCormack Strachan
Buenos Aires TPIvaran Southern
MormacpennMooreMcCormack Strachan
Oct 17 Oct 19 Oct 20 Oct 21 Oct 22 Nov 4 Nov 8 Nov 26
Rio Grande do Sul BRAZIL
Loide BoliviaLloyd Brasileiro StrachanOct 19
Rosario ARGENTINA
MormacmailMooreMcCormack SirachanOct 17
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Santos BRAZIL
MormacmaiL
Loide Bolivia
Thira
Dorotea
Montevideo TP
Mormacdawn
Buenos Aires TP
Mormacpenn
MooreMcCormack Strachan
Lloyd Brasileiro Sirachan
Brodin Southeastern Marine
NortonSmith Kelly
Ivaran Southern
MooreMcCormack Strachan
Ivaran Southern
MooreMcCormack Strachan
Oct 17 Oct 19 Oct 20 Oct 21 Oct 22 Nov 4 Nov 8 Nov 26
GEORGIAS GATEWAY TO WORLD TRADE
Victoria BRAZIL
Loide Bolivia
Lloyd Brasileiro StrachanOct 19
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Directory of Port Services for Savannah and Brunswick
Savannah enjoys regular steamship service to the United ports Many of these vessels call at Brunswick A Con
Kingdom and European ports the Mediterranean ports solidated Sailing Schedule is available from the Savannah
South African South American and the Far Eastern District Authority P 0 Box 768 Savannah Ga
Shipping Companies
DIXIE STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC 206 E Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 E Bay Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Company Bldg
TARVER SHIPPING COMPANY 105107 E Bay Street TROSDAL SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank and Trust Company
Barge Service IntraCoastal
C G WILLIS INC Paulsboro N J
Barge Service Inland
MERRY BROTHERS Augusta Georgia
Stevedores
DIXIE STEVEDORING CO INC 206 E Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street ROBERTS MARTIN W 105107 E Bay Street SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 E Bay Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocan Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 E Bay Street
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Co Bldg
Foreign Freight Forwarders
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO American Building W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC Realty Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building
Foreign Freight Forwarders
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J K EBBERWEIN Suite 8023 Realty Bldg
JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street
D J POWERS American Building
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street GEORGE W WISE JR
404 Realty Building
Custom House Brokers
W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street
E L MOBLEY 215 Morel Building
D J POWERS American Building J W TARVER Arcade Building DONALD R WINTER 1518 Healey Bldg Atlanta Georgia
Consuls
BRAZIL
Jack M Sayler V consul H DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen V consul H DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Jack M Sayler Consul H FINLAND
A G Van Schaick V consul H FRANCE
Edwin J Middleton Consular agent H
GERMANY
F A O Bahre Consul H ITALY
Joseph M Cafiero Consular agent H
NETHERLANDS
A G Van Schaick V consul H NORWAY
J P Imiay V consul H SWEDEN
L Roy Riddick V consul H VENEZUELA
Sr PrietoHopkins Consul C H Honorary C Career
SAVANNAH P 0 Box 1039 ADams 61561 Teletype 9123543499 J D HOLT Executive Director
BRUNSWICK P 0 Box 1758 AMherst 58500 Teletype 9122655138 CECIL G GNANN
Georgia Ports Authoritys Solicitation Offices
CHICAGO
200 So Michigan
NEW YORK 233 Broadway COrtlandt 75731 Teletype 2125711312 GEORGE EGGERT
ATLANTA 1131 Healey Bldg JAckson 51595 J Teletype 4045271034 FRED WHELAN CLAUDE NEWMAN
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BONN GERMANY 532 BonnBad GodesTberg Ruengsdorfer Strasse 53 Telephone
Bad Godesberg 69344 LAURENCE W MAGRATH
JAMES I NEWSOME JR Savannah Director of Operations
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA 2 Adgers Wharf Phone RA 22921 SAVANNAH GEORGIA Ocean Terminal Building Phone ADams 23151 BRUNSWICK GEORGIA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA State Docks Building 3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone 2657588 Phone ELgin 57671
SOUTHER IN SHIPPI NG COMPANY
SHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
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POBox 1039 Acquisitions Division
Savannah Georgia The University Libraries
The University of Georgia Athens Georgia
BULK RATE US POSTAGE
PAID
PERMIT NO 368 SAVANNAH G A
Another firstfrom Bank
eliminates credit losses protects against political risks speeds payments to exporters frees up working capital
Now its both safe and easy for Southeastern exporters to offer credit on overseas sales thanks to this new service of the CS International Banking Department CS is the first bank in the Southeast to offer Export Factoring a service that provides up to 100 per cent guarantee against commercial and political risks on export receivables
If you are now exporting it will pay you to investigate other advantages of this new CS service For full details call or write
INTERNATIONAL DEPARTMENT
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Broad Marietta Streets Atlanta Georgia Phone 5253811

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Experienced personnel
No investment required
Can receive store and ship via ocean tankers barges rail and truck
Served by 5 railroads 50 truck lines 105 steamship lines
Gateway to the Southeast Midwest and the world
NEW IN SAVANNAH Storage For All Types Vegetable Oils and Chemicals
We invite you to select Strategic Savannah Gateway to the burgeoning Southeast and the world We boast the largest deepwater terminal storage facility in the Southeast Our services are prompt efficient and reasonable Tankage is immediately available for any commodity that flows We invite your inquiry your inspection and your business

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OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE AND COLUMBUS
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert C Norman Augusta Chairman W D Trippe Cedartown Vice Chairman Howell Hollis Columbus Thomas M Johnson Savannah Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie Secretary
A M Harris Sr Brunswick Anton F Solms Jr Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude Newman Atlanta Director of Commerce and Traffic
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
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VOLUME 6 NUMBER 10 DECEMBER 1965
JIM BISSON Editor
Official publication of the Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 Savannah Georgia Telephone AD 61561 Advertising rates furnished on request
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CONTAINER CARGO 4
PHOENIXBURRIS CHEMICAL COMPANY 6 AAPA 8
NFTC HI
C S BANK INTERNATIONAL
DEPARTMENT 12
U S CORPS OF ENGINEERS 16
EUROPE BY AIR TRAIN AND AUTO 24 SAILING SCHEDULE 27
DIRECTORY OF PORT SERVICES 31
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Everyone likes a big package at Christmas Ours is a whopper 8x8x20 container cargo for the port of Savannah For the official announcement of HollandAmerica Lines and U S Lines on this new GPA service turn to page 4
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GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
HOLLANDAMERICA LINE
HollandAmerica Line which has long been interested and active in containerized freight between the North Atlantic ports and European ports and Gulf ports and European ports has now announced their interest in developing containerized freight between Savannah and European ports
HollandAmerica Line will accept precontainerized cargo for housetohouse delivery for shipment from Savannah to ports of calls in Europe and inquiries are invited as to specific rate struc
ture and other particulars pertinent to the carriage of containerized cargo
Hohenstein Shipping Company Savannah agents for Hollandmerica Line may be contacted for further information
Information on rental of containers may be obtained from North American International Inc Container Transport International Inc Container Leasing Corporation and others
The port of Savannah has been the scene of two historic changes in world transportation and now stands on the threshold of a third Not since Captain Moses Rogers steamed the SS SAVANNAH across the Atlantic in 1819 until the arrival to her home port of the NS SAVANNAH has the complexion of world commerce taken on a new look the Container Age
The announcement of U S Lines and HollandAmerica Lines this month of the innova
tion of container service at the terminals of the Georgia Ports Authority will complete the picture offering full port service to shippers at the South Atlantics most modern port
A walk through the GPA facilities observing 57 margins more than ample storage areas and six 35 ton gantry cranes will convince anyone that this port was designed with container cargo in mind
U S LINES
U S Lines with regular sailings between South Atlantic ports and Europe can carry your containerized cargo in the trade to and from Georgia ports and the ContinentUnited Kingdom
This service is offered through the coordinated
efforts of U S Lines and the Georgia Ports Authority Containers up to 30 tons weight can be loaded and stowed with ships gear with shippers supplying their own containers
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PhoenixBurris Chemical Co have announced the signing of a contract with the Georgia Ports Authority for construction of an importexport river terminal on the Savannah River in Augusta
The plant which will include office warehouses bulk storage facilities loading racks truck scales and other necessary facilities for receiving and distributing chemicals in all formsliquids solvents acids alkalies organic and inorganic chemicalswill occupy a 10acre plot owned by the Ports Authority
The plant is estimated at a cost in excess of 150000 with prospects for unlimited expansion according to Walter Carlson president of the company
The initial expansion will provide 10000 square feet of warehouse space plus large storage tanks It is anticipated however that future expansion will provide both a packaging plant and a barreling plant
W L McCrary Jr chairman of the board of directors of Phoenix Oil Co noted probably the biggest
asset of the new service to CSRA manufacturers and distributors and prospective area firms when he said the terminal will enable area concerns to get their raw materials much quicker as they will be readily available through the storage facilities at the terminal The storage facilities will have a capacity of several million gallons according to Carlson
Another asset of the new terminal said McCrary is It will go a long way toward stabilizing railway rates in the area
The terminal will have various means of distribution to those firms it serves By highway and rail as well as river barge service the company will have available stainless steel and other types of tank trucks and cars for shipment of materials
Distribution shipment from the terminal plant will cover a market area within a 200mile radius according to Carlson but materials will be shipped to the port site from Louisiana Texas Pennsylvania New
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Jersey Delaware and several other eastern and gulf state ports according to the president
Carlson explaining the various types of industry to which the company distributes noted that Augusta is the nearest port to the heavy textile market throughout the Carolinas and Georgia
The company distributes to textile manufacturers as well as food industries paper mills chemical plants kaolin mines metal working industries and other users of chemicals in various forms
Carlson pointed out the increased capacity of service which will be available through the terminal with the completionin approximately four yearsof the CrossFlorida Canal
The canal said Carlson will open up Augusta traffic to the entire Gulf Coast
Officials of the company include Carlson McCrary 0 0 McGahee president of Phoenix Oil Co William B Bell secretary of Phoenix Oil Co Frank S Dennis Sr A A Burris Jr president of Burris Chemical Co Charleston S C and W F Crowell Jr executive vice president of Burris Chemical Co of Charlotte N C
The Burris association with the local terminal has plants and distribution points in Charleston Greenville S C Charlotte and Bluefield W Va
McCrary and Carlson in announcing the proposed terminal expressed appreciation for the enthusiasm and cooperation given by the Georgia Ports Authority in development of the terminal and cited Robert C Norman Jr of Augusta chairman of the Ports Authority and Jack Holt of Savannah executive director of the Authority for their individual assistance
Robert Crook is sales representative for PhoenixBurris in this area
Anchors away on the new port located PhoenixBurns Chemical Companys storage terminal and distribution facility at Augusta Looking over the site of the soon to be erected 150000 storage terminal are left to right W L McCrary Jr W F Crowell Jr Walter Carlson Frank S Dennis Sr William
B Bell O O McGahee and Robert C Norman
J D Holt left receives congratulations and good wishes on his accession to the presidency of AAPA from outgoing president Louis C Purdey
Over 350 top ranking port officials were recently gathered in Norfolk Virginia for the 54th Annual Convention of the American Association of Port Authorities
Representing ports throughout the western hemisphere this years delegates took notable action in the approval of eastwest trade with the European bloc of communist nations in nonstrategic materials and the approval of a Puertos Amigos plan for hemispherewide training of port executives
In addition to these new positions the AAPA reaffirmed its traditional stand on regulatory matters national transportation policy and co
Pausing for an informal chat in the world famed Mariners Mus Purdey immediate past president of the AAPA Col W y
of Virginia and Bob Mey Director 0f p
operation and liaison with various federal agencies
New Officers
J D Holt executive director of the Georgia Ports Authority was elected president of the AAPA succeeding Louis C Purdey executive director of the ToledoLucas County Port Authority in the office
Elected with Mr Holt for the coming year were First Vice President W J Amoss director of the Port of New Orleans Second Vice President Guy Beaudet port manager of the Port of Montreal Canada and Third Vice President Roger H Gilman director of the port development department of the Port of New York
arinersi Museum af Newport News Va are left to right Louis C il W T Watkins Vice Chairman Peninsula Port Authority rector 0f Public Relations Port of Toledo
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Full cooperation by American international business with the Presidents Voluntary Balance of Payments program was manifest throughout the FiftySecond National Foreign Trade Convention
The Convention however recommended termination of the program at the earliest practicable date emphasizing the immediate and longterm benefits from private foreign investment and cautioning against impairment of our competitive position overseas
Sponsored by the National Foreign Trade Council the convention was held November 1517 in New York City More than 2000 American businessmen government officials foreign diplomats and educators attended
Speakers emphasized the substantial contribution made by American business to the U S balance of payments over the years as well as industrys positive and constructive cooperation with Government guidelines restricting the outflow of dollars for investment abroad
Business leaders noted in speeches and in the conventions Declaration of policy that private industry is making extra efforts
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to increase exports and to modify plans fdr overseas investment so as to help correct the imbalance in the countrys international accounts They said further efforts will be required in 1966
Foreign trade is now an integral part of our total economy declared William Blackie president of the Caterpillar Tractor Company and chairman of the national convention committee in the keynote speech Discussing the convention theme Expanding Trade and Investment in an Interdependent World he emphasized the contributions made by foreign investments to the expansion of trade and of the nations whole economy
Instead of restraining foreign investment we should be devising means of encouraging it Mr Blackie said Instead of imposing more administrative formalities controls restrictions and restraintsno matter how voluntarywe should be reducing toward elimination many of those that already bar the path to a freer international movement of goods capital and people
Over 800 delegates to this years NFTC Convention were welcomed aboard the Good Ship Georgia Ports at the GPAs hospitality suite see photos opposite page
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The Citizens 6 Southern
National Bank OPENS SAVANNAH
International Department
A full service fully staffed international banking branch was recently opened in the rapidly expanding port of Savannah by the Citizens and Southern National Bank
The move was made to meet a growing need among local businesses for more convenient and speedier assistance in their expansion into international markets
Savannahs growing importance in world trade according to Mills Lane the banks president makes it essential that local businesses do not have to look all the way to Wall Street for their international banking needs
He said that the establishment of such a branch to accommodate the trading area served by Savannah had been high on the list of objectives of the parent international department in Atlanta since it was formed early in 1961
The new branch which is in the banks main office at 22 Bull Street offers all types of international banking services including personalized assistance in
the areas of foreign collections commercial letters of credit and foreign exchange
It will be active in all types of export and import financing and will offer CSs unique Export Factoring Service which provides the latest in shortterm export financing techniques
In addition the Savannah facility will maintain an International Trade Development Section to provide uptotheminute credit information on foreign concerns as well as information on possible sources of supply for importers and new outlets for exporters
All of this will be possible through a vast correspondent network of more than 130 banks in more than 120 countries that CS has built up over the years Savannah will thus be able to provide direct and speedy banking service in more than 13700 of the most important commercial and industrial cities of the world
The US Department of Commerce recognized Citizens Southern in May of this year with the presentation of the Presidential E Award for excellence in the promotion of export activities
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MILLS B LANE JR President
JOSEPH H HARRISON Executive Vice President
WILLIAM B GRIFFIN Assistant Vice President
The manager of the new Savannah facility is William B Griffin Jr Assistant Vice President who for the past four and a half years has been assistant manager of the international department in Atlanta
Savannahs selection as the site for an international office stems from its position as the leading South Atlantic seaport and from its reputation as being the Gateway to the South It is appreciably closer to Far Eastern and Latin American ports than all the North Atlantic ports and nearer to east coast ports of South America than are Gulf ports
The city receives the benefit of the Intracoastal Waterway it is served by five railroads and two major airlines as well as various motor carriers And because of its mild climate the port is open to yearround navigation
The average annual waterborne traffic for the Savannah harbor is estimated at about 42 million tons and growing steadily It is estimated that tonnage into the Savannah harbor will be doubled by 1990 as a result of a longrange harbor improvement program now under way
Foreign trade dollar volume in Savannah in the five years from 1959 through 1963 increased from 1826 million to 2687 million for a gain of 47 per cent
That portion of total exports that went to Latin America during that time increased from 20 per cent to about 23 per cent and this despite the reduction in shipments to Cuba
Further justification for the banks expansion of its international services can be found in the growth figures for 15 principal South Atlantic ports as a whole During the same 5year period foreign trade dollar volume for these ports increased from 9685 million to 11576 million a rise of 1952 per cent
In terms of tonnage the South Atlantic ports showed a gain of 26 million tons or 825 per cent over 1959 in total waterborne commerce
With statistics like these behind us Mr Lane observed we are certain CS has an important and expanding contribution to make in international banking services
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where transportation is the keynote to profits
Georgia industry uses a network of airlines railroads DEp and truck lines which provides good connections
with two deep water ocean ports and three inland barge ports It gives shippers service they need for profitable business All Georgia industry has ready access to any part of the nation or world at com H petitive transportation costs one more reason to see Georgia first
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SAVANNAH A FIVE HORSE PORT
Five valuable horses of the Argentina Army Riding Team enroute to a six weeks U S tour were recently unloaded at the Ocean Terminal of the Georgia Ports Authority
From Savannah the horses were shipped via truck to Gladstone Farms New Jersey for their preshow preparation Strachan Shipping Company agents rolled out the hay carpet for the horsey set One of the group Black Bird pictured on the left was valued at 30000
The horses were destined to disembark at New York but jumped ship at Savannah in the interest of saving time good horse sense
CHILEAN LINES ACONCAGUA
The arrival of the Aconcagua II marked the beginning of a faster and more efficient service between Savannah and Chile Peru and Ecuador
Fresh from the Japanese shipyard where she was built the Aconcagua II crossed the Pacific at speeds of more than 23 knots In regular service the vessels speed will be 20 knots enough to reduce by a day or two the time for the run to the west coast of South America
Chilean Line is a major link in Chiles transportation system which by nature of the countrys geography leans heavily on ocean
II ARRIVES ON MAIDEN VOYAGE
carriers The Aconcagua II first of a fleet of four sister ships that Chilean Line is building in Japan embodies the latest features in cargo handling gear and propulsion equipment The vessel is 553 feet in length has a beam of 72 feet and a deadweight capacity of some 11000 tons
Strachan Shipping Company is agent for the Chilean Line with Anderson Shipping Company acting as forwarder for the John Deere equipment which was loaded on the Aconcagua II first call
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DECEMBER 1965
89th CONGRESS AUTHORIZES 137 MILLION IMPROVEMENTS FOR SAVANNAH HARBOR
SAVANNAH HARBORLocated on harbor entrance to provide access I
The 1965 Rivers and Harbors Act passed by the 89th Congress 1st Session authorized two improvement projects for Savannah Harbor deepwater port at Savannah Georgia which the Army Engineers have estimated will cost 137 million
The navigation improvement project calls for widening and deepening the existing channels in the harbor approximately 100 feet in width and 4 feet in depth The Engineers have estimated the cost for this phase of improvement to be in excess of 7 million
The other newly authorized project calls for construction of a sediment trap which will reduce the cost of maintaining project depths in Savannah It will also make possible the maintenance of full projects almost 100 percent of the time Government cost has been estimated at 5617000
between Fort Pulaski and the Atlantic Coast Line Terminal from 400 feet to 500 feet and the channel

between Garden City Terminal and the Savannah Sugar Refinery from 200 feet to 400 feet In addition it provides necessary wideners at bends constructing a new turning basin 900 feet wide by 1000 feet long with a 34foot depth opposite the Atlantic Coast Line
Terminal and enlarging the existing turning basin at the American Oil Company to 900 feet wide by 1000 feet by 34 feet deep Average annual benefits are estimated at 560300
The Kings Island Turning Basin located in the upper end of the Harbor above the Garden City Terminal already has been enlarged from 600 feet by 700
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Colonel Paul W Ramee Savannah District Engineer
The widening and deepening plan of improvement when in place will accommodate the tonnages and drafts of vessels projected to the year 2015 The annual tonnage in the Port of Savannah is expected to double by 1990 and increase to 145 million tons by 2015
WIDENING AND DEEPENING PROJECTIt is
proposed to modify the existing project for Savannah Harbor by deepening the Bar Channel at the Atlantic Ocean from 36 feet to 40 feet the channel between the Bar Channel and the Georgia Ports Garden City Terminal from 34 feet to 38 feet and the channel above the Terminal to vicinity of the Savannah Sugar Refinery from 30 feet to 36 feet
The new project also provides for widening the Bar Channel from 500 feet to 600 feet the channel
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feet to 900 feet by 1000 feet A dredging operation costing 438051 was completed in February 1965
SEDIMENT TRAPThis plan calls for building a tide gate structure across Back River in the vicinity of the US Highway 17A bridge with a sedimentation basin placed immediately downstream and a drainage canal between Front and Back River about four miles upstream from the gates in the vicinity of the Savannah Sugar Refinery
The sediment basin as proposed will be 40 feet deep 600 feet wide and about 2 miles long with an entrance channel 300 feet wide and 40 to 38 feet deep The tide gate structure which is provided to increase the efficiency of the sediment basin will have a 14gated section 1172 feet long connected to spoil dikes on each side of Back River by hydraulic fill earth sections about 3300 feet long The tidal gate will be controlled to open during incoming tides and close during outgoing tides
THE SAVANNAH ENGINEER DISTRICT of the US Army Corps of Engineers has the responsibility for Savannah Harbor maintenance and improvements According to Colonel Paul W Ramee Savannah District Engineer the cost of harbor maintenance has steadily increased to well over a million dollars annually The concentration of shoaling has moved upstream after each successive deepening Following the latest deepening in 1949 over 50 percent of the total shoaling has concentrated in Front River opposite the City of Savannah
He said that there was a shortage of available lands which can be used for the deposit of spoil from Front River and that it has become necessary to dispose of the spoil from the City Front Channel into the area north of Back River requiring up to 10000 foot pipeline in some sections Even longer pipelines will be required after the areas closest to the ship channels become filled
The only solution to the problem Colonel Ramee said was to take some action to reduce the shoaling or to shift it to a location where it could be removed more economicallythe sediment trap device was the result of our study
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In conducting the study of the Savannah Harbor maintenance problem a model of Savannah Harbor was built and operated by the Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station at Vicksburg Mississippi in conjunction with the Savannah District and South Atlantic Division The results of the studies indicated the Back River sediment basin and tide gate plan to be feasible Tests were made with the recommended 38foot channel with and without the sediment basin The deeper channel without the sediment basin indicated increased salinity in Front River and increased shoaling in front of the city
The test with the sediment basin revealed that bottom salinity decreased and shoaling was reduced in Front River This channel accounted for 58 percent of the total shoaling without the sediment basin but only 17 percent of the total shoaling with the sediment trap in operation It is estimated that the sediment trap will retain 60 percent of the total harbor shoaling
Colonel Ramee pointed out further that the project authorization also provides means to combat increased salinity above the tide gate structure in Back River in the vicinity of the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge and adjoining private farms by providing additional fresh water This is to be accomplished by a fresh water canal and enlargement of Little Back River to divert about 4000 cubic feet per second of water from Savannah River to Little Back River and Middle River A system of water control structure and canals will make the fresh water available to the refuge areas and the private farms The estimated cost of the fresh water plan is estimated at about one million dollars
The sediment traptide gate plan will produce savings in harbor maintenance costs in excess of 400000 a year This will be accomplished by making possible the removal of material from the sediment basin at about onehalf of the normal dredging operation The basin will be able to store 80 percent of the amount of shoal material currently being dredged from harbor Channels which now shoal very rapidly making it impossible to maintain project depths 100 percent of the time will be maintenance free under this plan of improvement
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SAVANNAH HARBOR MODELBUILT AND OPERATED BY THE US CORPS OF ENGINEERS WATERWAYS EXPERIMENT
STATION AT VICKSBURG MISSISSIPPI
SERVING SINCE 1870 SHIP AGENTS
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SOUTH ATLANTIC AND CARIBBEAN PORTS ASSOCIATION MEETS IN JACKSONVILLE
The South Atlantic and Caribbean Ports Association held its fall meeting November 8th in Jacksonville at the Robert Meyer Hotel
The highlight of the occasion was the luncheon address by Mr Thomas Rice President Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company who made an excellent talk on transportation and the important part that the ports play in our national transportation
Pictured above with Mr Rice are left to right James W Davis of the North Carolina State Ports Authority President of the Association Mr Rice Raymond W Gage General Manager Jacksonville Port Authority and E H Fletcher Vice Chairman Jacksonville Port Authority
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Army Engineer Head Visits Savannah Monday
Maj Gen George H Walker
Major General George H Walker South Atlantic Division Engineer for the U S Army Corps of Engineers was in Savannah visiting the local Engineer District Office for the first time since he resumed his new command in Atlanta Ga Sept 1
As Division Engineer of the South Atlantic Division he is in charge of developing rivers and harbors of the Southeastern United States and construction for the Army posts and Air Force bases in the southeastern states including the aerospace facilities for the Air Force and NASA at Cape Kennedy and the Mississippi Test Center The South Atlantic Division is comprised of the Savannah Jacksonville Cape Canaveral Charleston Wilmington and Mobile Districts Panama and Puerto Rico
Prior to his Atlanta tour of duty General Walker served as the Missouri River Division Engineer at Omaha Neb since the fall of 1963 He is 51 years old a native of Muskogee Okla and a 1937 graduate of the U S Military Academy West Point He received a masters degree in Civil Engineering from the University of California in 1941 He was graduated from the Army War College in 1955
General Walker has had extensive water resources development and other civil works and military engineering and construction background His assignments include service first as Deputy then as District Engineer San Francisco District from 1952 to 1954 He was Deputy Assistant Chief of Engineers for Civil Works Washington D C in 1955 and 1956
He served in both the South Pacific and Europe in World War II and subsequently held assignments on the Army General Staff in Washington D C and U S Army Europe He successively was Engineer I Corps Korea Engineer U S Continental Army Command Fort Monroe Va and Assistant Commandant U S Army Engineer School Fort Belvoir Va
Prior to his assignment as Missouri River Division Engineer he served as Director of Topography and Military Engineering Office of the Chief of Engineers in Washington from May to October 1963
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TRUST COMPANY OF GEORGIA PROMOTES DAVID P MILLS TO VICEPRESIDENT
David P Mills Manager of the International Department of the Trust Company of Georgia has been promoted from Assistant Vice President to Vice President A native of Mobile Alabama Mr Mills has been with the Trust Company since 1952 and has 23 years experience in international trade During World War II he served in the U S Merchant Marine and travelled widely in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans He has made several trips abroad on behalf of the bank in recent years Mr Mills has published numerous articles on exportimport financing He is a member of the Bankers Association of Foreign Trade the International Trade Association of Atlanta and the Atlanta Athletic Club He is Chairman of the World Trade Council of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce
PORT SOCIAL SWIRL Stevens Shipping and Terminal Company officials enjoy the hospitality of Captain Eric Vogel Master of the MS Pacific Ocean on the ships maiden voyage to Savannah Left to right are Mr and Mrs Roy Hurt of Stevens Captain Eric Vogel and Mr and Mrs Charles Ballard of Stevens The affair was a reception on board the MS Pacific Ocean for shippers forwarders and government officials The owners of the vessel are Atlanttrafik Express Service of Sweden with Garcia and Diaz of New York as general agents Stevens Shipping and Terminal Company are the local agents
FABRE LINE ANNOUNCES DIRECT SAILINGS FROM SAVANNAH TO FOREIGN PORTS
Fabre Line has announced the resumption of its service from U S Gulf and South Atlantic ports to Mediterranean ports Fabre Line who has been in the U SMediterranean trade for over 80 years operates separate regular liner express services between U S North Atlantic ports and ports in the Mediterranean and between Great Lake and Canadian ports and Mediterranean ports
Black Diamond Steamship Company 2 Broadway New York City General Agent for North America states that the first vessels which are sailing on the Gulf and South Atlantic services will be the MARTIN SCHROEDER scheduled to sail in December to Lisbon Barcelona Marseilles Genoa Leghorn and
Naples and the MALAGA scheduled to sail in January to Lisbon Barcelona Marseilles Genoa Leghorn and Naples Future sailings will be scheduled initially every three weeks
Black Diamond Steamship Company will coordinate the traffic and operational matters from their New York office
Hohenstein Shipping Company has been appointed as Agents and Stevedores at the Port of Savannah for Fabre Line The Fabre Line vessels will regularly discharge and load at the terminals of the Georgia Ports Authority
Hohenstein Shipping Company also maintains an office in Atlanta Georgia for the convenience of shippers and receivers in the Atlanta area
Established 1886
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Stone Company Inc Exhibit At ANUGA
From September 25 to October 5 Stone Co Inc of Savannah participated in the ANUGA exhibit at Cologne Germany The ANUGA exhibit is the largest food trade fair in the worldover 1200 exhibitors and is held every two or three years
In the photo on the left Miss Keucher of Stones European office serves Mr Morel of USD A Washington some Trade Winds fried shrimp Looking on is Edward Garvin manager of Stone Companys European office
Stone Companys exhibits were arranged through their European office address Postfach 515 4000 Dsseldorf Germany and Edward Garvin of Savannah manager of the European office personally supervised the exhibits which included Trade Winds seafood Castleberry canned meats and sauces Felts countrycured hams Tabor City canned peaches Sachs peanuts South Georgia pecans and DixiCola
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South Africa is on the move and so is Safmarine More and more modern services and facilities are part of a growth pattern at Safmarine that continually enlarges the picture of what we are doing for shippers and consignees in terms of their needs their convenience and their greater profitability in moving goods
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Stevens Appointed Agent For K Line And Hoegh Line
Stevens Shipping Termial Company has been appointed agent in Savannah for the K Line and the Hoegh Line
The K Line is one of the major Japanese lines maintaining services to all four coasts of the United States and has been providing regular direct liner service from Savannah to Japan for more than ten years The line is served by modern fast cargo vessels providing a transit time of approximately 30 days from Savannah to Yokohama The vessels will dock at Ocean Terminals
The Hoegh Line maintains service to the Eastern Mediterranean Red Sea India Ceylon Indonesia and Malaya
Kerr Steamship Company Inc New York with whom Stevens is affiliated is General Agent for both lines
W J Villane Appointed Northeast Traffic Representative By Stevens
William J Villane has been appointed Northeast traffic representative by Stevens Shipping Terminal Company Savannah He will be headquartered at 29 Broadway New York and will cover the entire Northeast section of the country to promote the movement of cargo through Savannah not only for the general cargo lines and bulk facilities handled by Stevens but the port as a whole
Mr Villane was previously employed by Chester Blackburn Roder Inc and is well known throughout New York shipping circles
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We are happy to send this months award to young 8 years old Chris Cates who snapped this action shot of his best friend Ray Stovall in a recent Grammar School game Eight years old it kinda makes you want to trade in your old Brownie for a set of water colors when you see youngsters like Chris already making prize winning photos
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First impressions are lasting impressions It has been an experience to share their impact on GPAs New York representative George W Eggert as we swung through six countries on a busy business schedule
In his official report Mr Eggert notes the tremendous bustle of activity and prosperity in the countries visited each with its distinctive tempo and again One interesting facet was calling on firms domiciled in buildings erected centuries ago conversely there are new skyscrapers next to old buildings housing many firms He was astonished over the heavy traffic on the still romantic Rhine The Fairy Tale castles are there and the legends alive but the 130 million tons moving on it annually make it even more alive not to say lively Also he was impressed by the flow of cars and trucks on the German autobahn without which traffic would be stymied and the lack of flow in the cities ie congestion and parking problemsjust like home For many business people this has prompted a back to railroad travel movement
Travel was by air train and auto Train included the TEE TransEuropean Express lowslung rapid tastefully furnished seemingly gliding along truly international with hostesses making fourlanguage announcements and frontiers unnoticed since customs and passport checks are perfunctory
Our colleague called on industrial establishments comparable to ours in USA We visited warehouses and observed cargo handling packaging and marking routines There is no doubt that US operators could pick up some new ideas by studying European installations
Calls were made on old and new connections and Mr Eggert could thus feel the pulse of business relations In USA once rapport has been established
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Pictured above at the Georgia Ports Authoritys audiovisual presentation at Stockholm are George W Eggert GPAs General Eastern Agent Virgil Elliott Commercial Attache American Embassy Oslo Norway Laurence W Magrath GPAs European Director and Gustav E Larson Commercial Attache
American Embassy Stockholm Sweden
the salutation Mr is soon dropped The European routine while not necessarily stiff retains a formality which should be observed especially by an American until he senses that the break away from it will not be misconstrued
Mr Eggert participated in two Georgia Ports audiovisual presentations coupled with informal talks The first was at a Bremerhaven meeting of the Hanseatic Chapter of the National Defense Transportation Association before German forwarders and American personnel of the European Port Terminal Command We were introduced by Mr F Moeller President of the Chapter and Bremerhaven Port Director an old friend since early postWar The other presentation was at the US Trade Center Stockholm located downtown an installation no less impressive than those at Frankfurt London and Milan This Trade Centers activities cover all of Scandinaviain fact we met there the American Commercial Attaches from Oslo Norway and Helsinki Finland These Centers as their basic mission foster the US National Export Expansion
Program but recognizing that trade between nations must be twoway we feel it is commendable that our Stockholm Commercial Attache has his desk in the Trade Center It was he Mr G Larson who introduced us to the guests forwarders exportersimporters bankers and trade officials We were also gratified to have had with us Mr Edward J Krause Assistant Director Office of International Trade Promotion US Department of Commerce Washington D C
Stockholm has a distinct American flavor and Swedish businessmen are increasingly US trade developmentminded Recently in a new trade paper Scandinavian Products Mr Gunnar Lange Swedish Minister of Commerce said Many companies realize they must limit efforts to smaller areassay New England or California or a group of Southern States The same paper commented It could well pay for exporters and importers alike to do some rethinking on ports they are shipping through With port competition getting keener all the time this can well mean
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Also caught by the camera at the GPAs Stockholm presentation were Edward J Krause Assistant Director Office of International Trade Promotion US Department of Commerce Washington D C Harry V Ryder Jr Deputy Director US Trade Center Stockholm and Laurence W Magrath
improved service and savings in money and time
And so it was that Mr Eggert discovered Europe and in the best way possible TV radio press items and business correspondence convey only a dim concept of the brave Old World which in terms of modern
living and standards more and more becomes another New World We are happy in just one area of Europe to have lifted the curtain for our colleague George Eggert New York the experience was revealing for us both
Meets himself coming and going at Georgia ports where you too will find fast turnarounds If youre in the mood to shift to swifter port calls head for Georgia For more information on the Southeasts modern port facilities write J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 Savannah Georgia
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DECEMBER 1 1965
Ship
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Port
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CONSOLIDATED SAILING SCHEDULE
Tamatave MADAGASCAR
MormaclandRobin SirachanDec 7
Robin SherwoodRobin SirachanDec 15
WEST AFRICA
African Lightning
Matadi Luanda Pt Harcourt
LagosApapa Tema Takoradi Abidjan Monrovia
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeDec 8
THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NWI Ammon Royal Netherlands Sirachan Dec 14
Cygnus Royal Netherlands Sirachan Dec 82
Curacao NWI Ammon Royal Netherlands Sirachan Dec 14
Cygnus Royal Netherlands Sirachan Dec 22
Kingston JAMAICA Aegis Royal Netherlands Sirachan Dec 7
Agamemnon Iris Royal Netherlands Royal Netherlands Sirachan Sirachan Dec 9 Jan 4
Mayaguez PUERTO RICO Alcoa Voyager Alcoa Southeastern Maritime Dec 15
West Coast Line Inc established direct service on November 28 1965 from Savannah Georgia to Panama Colombia Ecuador Peru Bolivia and Chile Southeastern Maritime Company agents
Ponce PUERTO RICO
Alcoa VoyagerAlcoa Southeaslern MaritimeDec 15
PortauPrince HAITI
AegisRoyal Netherlands SirachanDec 7
EAST AFRICA Mombasa Tanga Dar es Salaam Zanzibar
African SunFarrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 1
African CornelFarrellSoutheastern MaritimeDec 15
MormacrioRobinSirachanJan 4
SOUTH AFRICA Capetown Port Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques Beira
African Sun Farrell SoutliARsfArn Maritime 1
South African Pioneer South African Marine Smith Kelly Dec 4
Mormacland Robin Sfraehan D 7
African Comet Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 15
Robin Sherwood Robin Sirehpn Dpc 15
Sun Palermo South African Marine Smith ft Kelly Dee 17
A Vessel South African Marine Smith Kelly Dpc 31
Mormacrio Robin Strachan 4
South African Vanguard South African MarineSmith ft Kelly Jan il
Denote Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer Space
AegisRoyal NetherlandsSirachanDec 7
Agamemnon Cygnus Royal Netherlands Royal Netherlands Sirachan Sirachan Dec 9 Dec 22 Jan 6
Iris Royal Netherlands Sirachan
Amapala HONDURAS
Aegis Royal Netherlands Strachan Dec 7
Agamemnon Royal Netherlands Strachan Dec 9
Cygnus Royal Netherlands Strachan Dec 22
Iris Royal Netherlands Strachan Jan 4
Balboa Panama City CANAL ZONE
Prins Mauritis West Coast Southeastern Maritime Dec 24
Champerico GUATEMALA
Aegis Royal Netherlands Strachan Dec 7
Agamemnon Royal Netherlands Strachan Dec 9
Cygnus Royal Netherlands Strachan Dec 22
Iris Royal Netherlands Strachan Jan 4
TDenotes Tank Space PDenote Passenger
NOVEMBER DECEMBER 1965
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Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Dale
Corinto NICARAGUA
Aegis Royal Netherlands StrachanDec 7
AgamemnonRoyal Netherlands StrachanDec 9
Cygnus Royal Netherlands StrachanDec 22
Iris Royal Netherlands StrachanJan 6
Cristobal Colon CANAL ZONE
Prins MaurilisWest CoastSoutheastern MaritimeDec 26
Cutuco La Union EL SALVADOR
AegisRoyal Netherlands StrachanDec 7
AgamemnonRoyal Netherlands StrachanDec 9
CygnusRoyal Netherlands StrachanDec 22
IrisRoyal Netherlands StrachanJan 6
La Libertad EL SALVADOR
AegisRoyal Netherlands StrachanDec 7
AgamemnonRoyal Netherlands StrachanDec 9
CygnusRoyal Netherlands StrachanDec 22
Iris Royal Netherlands StrachanJan 6
Puerto Limon COSTA RICA
AegisRoyal Netherlands StrachanDec 7
AgamemnonRoyal Netherlands Strachan Dec 9
CygnusRoyal Netherlands StrachanDec 22
IrisRoyal Netherlands StrachanJan 6
Puntarenas COSTA RICA
Aegis Royal Netherlands StrachanDec 7
AgamemnonRoyal Netherlands StrachanDec 9
Cygnus Royal Netherlands StrachanDec 22
Iris Royal Netherlands StrachanJan 6
San Jose de Guatemala GUATEMALA
AegisMRoyal Netherlands StrachanDec 7
AgamemnonRoyal Netherlands M StrachanDec 9
Cygnus Royal Netherlands StrachanDec 22
IrisyJRoyal Netherlands StrachanJan 6
San Juan del Sur NICARAGUA
Aegis Royal Netherlands StrachanDec 7
AgamemnonRoyal Netherlands StrachanDec 9
CygnusRoyal Netherlands StrachanDec 22
IrisRoyal Netherlands StrachanJan 6
COASTWISE
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT
Steel AgeStates MarineIsthmian StrachanDec 11
Hellenic Hero RTPHellenic DixieDec 19
Hellenic Pioneer RTPHellenic DixieDec 30
Barcelona SPAIN
MazalZim
Mar AdriaiicoNervion
Marlin SchroederFabre
Malaga Fabre
Marlin SchroederFabre
Beirut LEBANON
ExcelsiorAm ExporlIsbrandisen StrachanDec 5
Steel AgeStates MarineIsthmian StrachanDec 11
Bilbao
Mar AdriaiicoNervion StevensDec 10
Cadiz SPAIN
Mar AdriaticoNervion StevensDec 10
Haifa ISRAEL
MazalZim SouthernDec 10
Genoa ITALY
Turkia RTP
Sebastiano Venier
Francesco Barbaro
Martin Schroeder
Slovenija
Malaga
Martin Schroeder
Leghorn ITALY Sebastiano Venier Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Dec 21
Francesco Barbaro Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Dec 30
Marlin Schroeder Fabre Hohenstein Dec 31
Malaga Fabre Hohenstein Jan 15
Martin Schroeder Fabre Hohenstein Feb 26
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Dale
Leixoes PORTUGAL Nervion Stevens Dec 10

Lisbon PORTUGAL Mar Adriaiico Nervion Stevens Dec 10
Martin Schroeder Fabre Hohenstein Dec 31
Malaga Fabre Hohenstein Jan 15
Martin Schroeder Fabre Hohenstein Feb 26
Marseilles FRANCE Sebastiano Venier Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Dec 21
Francesco Barbaro Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Dec 30
Marlin Schroeder Fabre Hohenstein Dec 31
Slovenija Jugolinija Smith Kelly Jan 9
Malaga Fabre Hohenstein Jan 15
Martin Schroeder Fabre Hohenstein Feb 26

Naples ITALY Slovenija Jugolinija Smith Kelly Jan 9
Turkia RTP 1 Hellenic Dixie Dec 1618
Martin Schroeder Fabre Hohenstein Dec 31
Malaga Fabre Hohenstein Jan 15
Martin Schroeder Fabre Hohenstein Feb 26

Piraeus GREECE Mazal Zim Southern Dec 10
Turkia RTP Hellenic Dixie Dec 1618
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
Slovenija Jugolinija Smith Kelly Jan 9
Salerno ITALY Slovenija Jugolinija Smith Kelly Jan 9
Salonika GREECE
Turkia RTP Hellenic Dixie Dec 1618
Savona ITALY Sebastiano Venier Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Dec 21
Francesco Barbaro Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Dec 30
Tel Aviv ISRAEL Zim Southern Dec 10

Trieste TRIESTE Slovenija Jugolinija Smith Kelly Jan 9
Valencia SPAIN Nervion Stevens Dec 10

Venice ITALY Slovenija Jugolinija Smith Kelly Jan 9
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam Antwerp Bremen Hamburg Rotterdam
Ittersum RTPIndependent Gulf Smith Kelly Dec 8
SonderburgOzean StinnesSoutheastern MDec 20
HasselburgOzean Stinnes Southeastern MDec 27
Hilversum RTPIndependent GulfSmith KellyJan 8
Amsterdam Rotterdam Bremen Hamburg
Grebbedyk RTHolland America HohensteinDec 6
Gorredyk RTHolland America f y HohensteinJan 10
Grebbedyk RT Holland America HohensteinFeb 3
Antwerp BELGIUM
Grebbedyk RT Holland America
American HarvesterUnited Slates
Gorredyk RTHolland America
Grebbedyk RTHolland America
Bremen Hamburg Antwerp Rotterdam
VasaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen StrachanDec 22
StureholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen StrachanJan 6
Le Havre FRANCE
Grebbedyk RT Holland America Hohenstein Dec 6
Vasaholm Swedish AmWilhelmsen Strachan Dec 22
Stureholm Swedish AmWilhelmsen Strachan Jan 6
Gorredyk RT Holland America Hohenstein Jan 10
Grebbedyk RT Holland America Hohenstein Feb 3
Rotterdam Bremen Hamburg
American Leader United Slates Strachan Dec 28
PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
Australian Isle Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 2
City of Ottawa Am Australian Smith Kelly Dec 3
White Ocean Atlanttrafik Stevens Dec 7
Montreal Star R Blue Star Southern Dec 8
City of Adelaide Am Australian Smith Kelly Dec 13
Patonga Port Associated Strachan Dec 23
Queensland Star Blue Star Southern Jan 2
Port Campbell Am Australian Smith Kelly Jan 4
City of Canberra Am Australian Smith Kelly Jan 13
Cap Vilano T Columbus Southern Jan 15
Space TDenote Tank Space PDenotes Passenger
SouthernDec 10
StevensDec 10
HohensteinDec 31
HohensteinJan 15
HohensteinFeb 26
Hellenic DixieDec 1618
Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeDec 21
Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeDec 30
Fahre HohensteinDec 31
Jugolinija Smith KellyJan 9
Fahre HohensteinJan 15
Fahre HohensteinFeb 26
HohensteinDec 6
StrachanDec 11
HohensteinJan 10
HohensteinFeb 3
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GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
City of AucklandPort Associated
SirachanDec 30
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
Australian IsleFarrell Southeastern Maritime
City of Ottawa Am Australian Smith Kelly
White Ocean Atlantirafik Stevens
Montreal Star R Blue Star Southern
City of Adelaide Am AustralianSmith Kelly
Patonga Port AssociatedSirachan
Queensland Star Blue Star Southern
Port Campbell Am Australian Smith Kelly
City of Canberra Am Australian Smith Kelly
Cap Vilano T Columbus Southern
Dec 2 Dec 3 Dec 7 Dec 8 Dec 13 Dec 23 Jan 2 Jan 4 Jan 13 Jan 15
Bugo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil J A SantosMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M Dec 26
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Don AntonioUnited Philippine
Phil J A SantosMaritime of Phils
Phil Pres Roxas RTPUnited Philippine
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine
Southern
Southeastern M
Southern
Southern
Dec 14 Dec 26 Dec 27 Jan 11
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Don AntonioUnited Philippine
Phil J A SantosMaritime of Phils
Phil Pres Roxas RTP United Philippine Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine
Southern
Southeastern M
Southern
Southern
Dec 14 Dec 26 Dec 27 Jan 11
Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
City of AucklandPort Associated
SirachanDec 30
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
Australian IsleFarrell Southeastern MaritimeDec 2
City of CanberraAm AustralianSmith KellyJan 13
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Don AntonioUnited Philippine
Phil J A SantosMaritime of Phils
Phil Prs Roxas RTPUnited Philippine
Phil Prs Quezon RTP United Philippine
Southern
Southeastern M
Southern
Southern
Dee 14 Dee 26 Dee 27 Jan 11
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Don AntonioUnited Philippine
Phil J A SantosMaritime of Phils
Phil Pres Roxas RTPUnited Philippine
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine
Southern
Southeastern M
Southern
Southern
Dec 14 Dec 26 Dec 27 Jan 11
Keelung FORMOSA
Tomishima Maru
K Line Stevens
Dec 18
Kobe JAPAN
Mogamisan MaruMitsuiOSK Sirachan
Suruga MaruNYK Sirachan
Don AntonioUnited Philippine Southern
Tomishima Maru Phil Pres Roxas RTP
Montevideo Maru
Sailama Maru
K Line United Philippine
MitsuiOSK
NYK
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine
Stevens Southern Sirachan Sirachan Southern
Dec 7 Dec 8 Dec 14 Dec 18 Dec 27 Dec 31 Dec 31 Jan 11
Lyttelton NEW ZEALAND
Australian IsleFarrell Southeastern MaritimeDpc 2
City of AucklandPort AssociatedSirachanDec 30
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Don AntonioUnited Philippine Southern
Phil Pres Roxas RTP United Philippine Southern
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine Southern
Dec 14 Dec 27 Jan 11
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
Montreal Star R City of Adelaide
Nagoya JAPAN
Mogamisan Maru
Suruga Maru
Tomishima Maru
Montevideo Maru Sailama Maru
Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 2
Am Australian Smith Kelly Dec 3
Atlantirafik Stevens Dec 7
Blue Star Southern Dec 8
Am Australian Smith Kelly Dec 13
Port Associated Sirachan Dec 23
Blue Star Southern Jan 2
Am Australian Smith Kelly Jan 4
Am Australian Smith Kelly Jan 13
Columbus Southern Jan 15
MitsuiOSK Strachan Dec 7
NYK Strachan Dec 8
K Line
MitsuiOSK
NYK
Stevens Dec 18
StrachanDec 31
Sirachan Dec 31
Napier NEW ZEALAND
City of AucklandPort Associated
Strachan
Dec 30
New Plymouth NEW ZEALAND
City of Auckland Port Associated
Sirachan
Dec 30
Osaka JAPAN
Mogamisan Maru
Suruga Maru
Tomishima Maru
Montevideo Maru
Saitama MaruNYK
DECEMBER 1965Denotes Via Transshipment
MitsuiOSK Sirachan Dec 7
NYK Strachan Dec 8
K Line Stevens Dec 18
MitsuiOSK Strachan Dec 31
NYK Sirachan Dec 31
Sydney AUSTRALIA
Australian Isle
City of Ottawa
White Ocean Montreal Star R
City of Adelaide Patonga
Queensland Star Port Campbell
City of Canberra
Cap Vilano T
Farrell Southeastern
Blue Star
Am Australian
Port Associated Blue Star
Am AustralianSmith
Am Australian
Wellington NEW ZEALAND
City of AucklandPort Associated
Yokohama JAPAN
Mogamisan MaruMitsuiOSK
Suruga Maru NYK
Don Antonio United Philippine
Tomishima Maru K Line
Phil Pres Roxas RTPUnited Philippine
Montevideo Maru MitsuiOSK
Saitama Maru NYK
Maritime Dec 2
Kelly Dec 3
Stevens Dec 7
Southern Dec 8
i Kelly Dec 13
Strachan Dec 23
Southern Jan 2
i Kelly Jan 4
i Kelly Jan 13
Southern Jan 15
Strachan Dec 30
Strachan Dec 7
Strachan Dec 8
Southern Dec 14
Stevens Dec 18
Southern Dec 27
Sirachan Dec 31
Sirachan Dec 31
Southern Jan 11
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Aden ADEN
Jaladuhila Scindia
Vishva Mangal RT SCI
Jalakala Scindia
Smith Kelly Smith Kelly Smith Kelly
Aqaba JORDAN
Steel AgeStales MarineIsthmian Strachan
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
ExcelsiorAm ExporiIsbrandisen Strachan
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic Hero RTPHellenic Dixie
Hellenic Pioneer RTPHellenic Dixie
Port Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic Hero RTPHellenic Dixie
Hellenic Pioneer RTPHellenic Dixie
SCANDINAVIABALTIC
Dec 3 Dec 20 Dec 28
Dec 11
Dec 5
Dec 19 Dec 30
Dec 19 Dec 30
Copenhagen DENMARK
VasaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen
SiureholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen
Gothenburg SWEDEN
Vasaholm
Siureholm
Swedish AmWilhelmsen Swedish AmWilhelmsen
Helsinki FINLAND
VasaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen
SiureholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen
Malmo SWEDEN
VasaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen
SiureholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen
Norrkoping SWEDEN
VasaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen
SiureholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen
Oslo NORWAY
VasaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen
SiureholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen
Stockholm SWEDEN
VasaholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen
SiureholmSwedish AmWilhelmsen
StrachanDec 22
StrachanJan 6
Sirachan Dec 22
StrachanJan 6
StrachanDec 22
SirachanJan 6
StrachanDec 22
StrachanJan 6
StrachanDec 22
StrachanJan 6
SirachanDec 22
SirachanJan 6
StrachanDec 22
StrachanJan 6
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Antonina BRAZIL
LiaBrodin Southeastern Maritime
Dec 6
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
Lia
Grenadaro
Rio de Janeiro TP
Mormacsaga Rio Belgrano Sanlos TP
Mormacmail
Mormacdawn
Montevideo TP
Brodin Southeastern Maritime Dec 6
Argentine Strachan Dec 11
Ivaran Southern Dec 13
MooreMcCormack Strachan Dec 13
Argentine Strachan Dec 26
Ivaran Southern Dec 27
MooreMcCormack Sirachan Dec 28
MooreMcCormack Sirachan Jan 9
Ivaran Southern Jan 11
Itajai BRAZIL
Lia Brodin Southeastern MaritimeDec 6
RDenotes Reefer Space TDenotes Tank Space P Denotes Passenger 29
Ship
Steamship Line Agency Sailing Dale
Montevideo URUGUAY
LiaBrodin Southeastern MaritimeDec 6
Rio de Janeiro TPIvaran Southern Dec 13
Mormacsaga MooreMcCormack StrachanDec 13
Santos TPIvaran pl SouthernDec 27
MormacmailJ MooreMcCormack StrachanDec 28
MormacdawnIMooreMcCormack StrachanJan 9
Montevideo TPIvaran SouthernJan 11
Paranagua BRAZIL
Lia
Mormacsaga
Mormacmail
Mormacdawn
Brodin Southeastern
MooreMcCormack
MooreMcCormack
MooreMcCormack
MaritimeDec 6
StrachanDec 13
StrachanDec 28
StrachanJan 9
Porto Alegre BRAZIL
Loide Colombia Lloyd Brasileiro StrachanDec 15
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
LiaBrodin Southeastern MaritimeDec 6
Rio de Janeiro TPIvaran SouthernDec 13
MormacsagaMooreMcCormack StrachanDec 13
Loide ColombiaLloyd Brasileiro StrachanDec 15
Santos TPIvaran SouthernDec 27
MormacmailMooreMcCormack StrachanDec 28
MormacdawnMooreMcCormack Strachan Jan 9
Montevideo TPIvaran SouthernJan 11
Rio Grande do Sul BRAZIL
Loide ColombiaLloyd Brasileiro StrachanDec 15
Santos BRAZIL
Lia Brodin Southeastern
Rio de Janeiro TPIvaran
MormacsagaMooreMcCormack
Loide ColombiaLloyd Brasileiro
Santos TPIvaran 3
MormacmailMooreMcCormack
MormacdawnMooreMcCormack
Montevideo TPIvaran
Maritime Dec 6
Southern Dec 13
Strachan Dec 13
Strachan Dec 15
Southern Dec 27
Strachan Dec 28
Strachan Jan 9
Southern Jan 11
SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST
Carupano VENEZUELA
AmmonRoyal Netherlands StrachanDec 14
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
AmmonRoyal Netherlands StrachanDec 14
Guanta VENEZUELA
AdenyAlcoa Southeastern Maritime Dec 12
LaGuaira VENEZUELA
Ciudad de BarquisimeioVenezuelanSmith Kelly
Adeny Alcoa Southeastern Maritime
AmmonRoyal Netherlands Strachan
CygnusLRoyal Netherlands Strachan
Dec Dec 12 Dec 14 Dec 22
La Salina VENEZUELA
AdenyAlcoa Southeastern Maritime Dec 12
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
AdenyAlcoa Southeastern Maritime Dec 12
Paramaribo SURINAM
AdenyAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeDec 12
AmmonRoyal Netherlands StrachanDec 14
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Ciudad de BarquisimeioVenezuelanSmith KellyDec 6
AdenyAlcoa Southeastern MaritimeDec 12
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Antofagasta CHILE
FernpointChilean StrachanDec 11
Arica CHILE
FernpointChilean StrachanDec 11
Buenaventura Guayaquil Paita Pimental Callao Matarani Arica Antofagasta Valparaiso San Antonio Talcahuano
Prins MauriiisWest CoastSoutheastern MaritimeDec 26
Callao PERU
Fernpoint Chilean StrachanDec 11
Chanaral CHILE
FernpointChilean StrachanDec 11
Coquimbo CHILE
FernpointChilean StrachanDec 11
Guayaquil ECUADOR
FernpointChilean StrachanDec 11
Ship Steamship Line
Iquique CHILE
FernpointChilean
Matarani PERU
FernpointChilean
San Antonio CHILE
FernpointChilean
Talcahuano CHILE
FernpointChilean
Agency Sailing Date
StrachanDec 11
StrachanDec 11
StrachanDec 11
StrachanDec 11
Tocopilla CHILE
FernpointChilean StrachanDec 11
Valparaiso CHILE
Fernpoint Chilean i StrachanDec 11
SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA
Jaladuhila
Excelsior
Steel Age
Vishva Mangal RT Jalakala
ScindiaSmith KellyDec 3
Am ExporlIsbrandisen StrachanDec 5
Stales MarineIsthmian Strachan Dec 11
SCI Smith KellyDec 20
ScindiaSmith Kelly Dec 28
Calcutta INDIA
JaladuhilaScindiaSmith KellyDec 3
ExcelsiorAm ExportIsbrandtsen StrachanDec 5
Steel AgeStates MarineIsthmian StrachanDec 11
Hellenic Hero RTPHellenic DixieDec 19
Vishva Mangal RTSCISmith KellyDec 20
JalakalaScindiaSmith KellyDec 28
Hellenic Pioneer RTPHellenic S DixieDec 30
Madras INDIA
JaladuhilaScindiaSmith Kelly
ExcelsiorAm ExportIsbrandtsen Strachan
Steel AgeStates MarineIsthmian Strachan
Vishva Mangal RTSCISmith Kelly
JalakalaScindiaSmith Kelly
Dec 3 Dec 5 Dec 11 Dec 20 Dec 28
1 UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Belfast American IRELAND Harvester United States Strachan Dec 11
Glasgow SCOTLAND
Manchester Shipper TManchester
Liverpool ENGLAND
American HarvesterUnited Stales
London ENGLAND
American HarvesterUnited States
Manchester ENGLAND
Manchester Shipper TManchester
Smith KellyDec 8
StrachanDec 11
StrachanDec 11
Smith KellyDec 8
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ship via PORT OF SAVANNAH
GEORGIAS GATEWAY TO WORLD TRADE
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GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Directory of Port Services for Savannah and Brunswick
Savannah enjoys regular steamship service to the United Kingdom and European ports the Mediterranean ports South African South American and the Far Eastern
Shipping Companies
DIXIE STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC 206 E Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 E Bay Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks Ocean Terminals STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Company Bldg
TARVER SHIPPING COMPANY 105107 E Bay Street TROSDAL SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank and Trust Company
Barge Service InfraCoastal
C G WILLIS INC Paulsboro N J
Barge Service Inland
MERRY BROTHERS Augusta Georgia
Stevedores
DIXIE STEVEDORING CO INC 206 E Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street ROBERTS MARTIN W 105107 E Bay Street SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 E Bay Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 E Bay Street
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Co Bldg
Foreign Freight Forwarders
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO American Building W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC Realty Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building
ports Many of these vessels call at Brunswick A Consolidated Sailing Schedule is available from the Savannah District Authority P 0 Box 768 Savannah Ga
Foreign Freight Forwarders
continued
J K EBBERWEIN Suite 2089 Realty Bldg
JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street
D J POWERS American Building
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal
STEVENS SHIPPING COMPANY 26 East Bay Street GEORGE W WISE JR
404 Realty Building
Custom House Brokers
W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street
E L MOBLEY 215 Morel Building
D J POWERS American Building J W TARVER Arcade Building DONALD R WINTER 1518 Healey Bldg Atlanta Georgia
Consuls
BRAZIL
Jack M Sayler Consul H DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen V consul H DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Jack M Sayler Consul H FINLAND
A G Van Schaick V consul H FRANCE
Edwin J Middleton Consular agent H
GERMANY
F A O Bahre Consul H ITALY
Joseph M Cafiero Consular agent H
NETHERLANDS
A G Van Schaick V consul H NORWAY
J P Imlay V consul H SWEDEN
L Roy Riddick V consul H VENEZUELA
Sr PriefoHopkins Consul C H Honorary C Career
Georgia Ports Authoritys Solicitation Offices
SAVANNAH P 0 Box 1039 ADams 61561 Teletype 9123543499 J D HOLT Executive Director
BRUNSWICK P 0 Box 1758 AMherst 58500 Teletype 9122655138 CECIL G GNANN
NEW YORK 233 Broadway COrtlandt 75731 Teletype 2125711312 GEORGE EGGERT
CHICAGO 200 So Michigan HArrison 78478 FRED WHELAN
ATLANTA 1131 Healey Bldg JAckson 51595 Teletype 4045271034 CLAUDE NEWMAN
JAMES I NEWSOME JR Savannah Director of Operations
BONN GERMANY 532 BonnBad Godesberg Ruengsdorfer Strasse 53 Telephone
Bad Godesberg 69344 LAURENCE W MAGRATH
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA 2 Adgers Wharf Phone RA 22921 SAVANNAH GEORGIA Ocean Terminal Building Phone ADams 23151 BRUNSWICK GEORGIA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA State Docks Building 3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone 2657588 Phone ELgin 57671
SOUTHER N SHIPPI NG COMPANY
SHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
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Georgia AnchorAge PO Box 1039 Savannah Georgia
Acquisitions Division The University Libraries The University of Georgia Athens Georgia
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PERMIT NO 368 SAVANNAH GA
Another firstfrom CS Bank
export
factoring
service
eliminates credit losses protects against political risks speeds payments to exporters frees up working capital
Now its both safe and easy for Southeastern exporters to offer credit on overseas sales thanks to this new service of the CS International Banking Department CS is the first bank in the Southeast to offer Export Factoring a service that provides up to 100 per cent guarantee against commercial and political risks on export receivables
If you are now exporting it will pay you to investigate other advantages of this new CS service For full details call or write
SERVICE i yBANK

INTERNATIONAL DEPARTMENT
THE CITIZENS SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Broad Marietta Streets Atlanta Georgia Phone 5253811
22 Bull Street
Savannah Georgia Phone 2345101
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