Georgia AnchorAge, Volume 8, Numbers 1-9, 1967 January/February-1968 November/December

Collection:
Georgia Government Publications
Title:
Georgia AnchorAge, Volume 8, Numbers 1-9, 1967 January/February-1968 November/December
Creator:
Georgia. Ports Authority
Publisher:
Savannah, Ga. : Georgia. Ports Authority
Date of Original:
1967-01/1968-11
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. 8
Metadata URL:
http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/id:dlg_ggpd_y-ga-bp900-b-pp1-ba5-bv-p-b8
Digital Object URL:
http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/do:dlg_ggpd_y-ga-bp900-b-pp1-ba5-bv-p-b8
Language:
eng
Extent:
280 pages
Holding Institution:
University of Georgia. Map and Government Information Library
Rights:
Rights Statement information

GEORGIA
Greenville
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Atlanta
AUGUSTA Orangeburg
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BAINBRIDGE Marianna
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Basing point problems need basic solutions GPA Barge Terminals have the answer
Georgia Ports Authoritys modern and efficient inland barge terminals offer economical basing points for distribution of bulk tonnage to these prime marketing areas Complete loadingunloading handling bagging and distribution services are performed by trained and experienced personnel
The Georgia Ports Authoritys all inclusive package deal can help you enjoy greater competitive advantages and increased profits
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
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Mr J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority
PO Box 1039 Savannah Georgia Dear Mr Holt
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p 3 us of course it is rewarding te that many of these concerns iu lenced by lower landed costs f not only shipping through our water Ports of Savannah and lswick but are also using our Z id barge terminals at Augusta O bridge and Columbus
our fast moving world communications become an allimportant factor With our offices in Chicago New York Atlanta and Bonn West Germany personal and frequent contacts with our many customers become a way of life
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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 Robert H Tharpe Atlanta
A M Harris Sr Brunswick J Willis Conger Bainbridge
Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie Secretary Anton F Solms Jr Savannah Attorney
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
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
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VOLUME 8 NUMBER 1 JANUARYFEBRUARY 1967
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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REPORT ON 1966 4
PORT PERSONALITIES PROGRESS 8 COX NEWSPRINT VIA AUGUSTA 10
COMMERCIAL STEEL CHEMICAL CORP 12 GEORGIA FARM BUREAU TOUR 14
FBI GPA 17
ATLANTA TRAFFIC CLUB 19
GEORGIA GENERAL ASSEMBLY PARTY 20 SAILING SCHEDULE 23
DIRECTORY OF PORT SERVICES 27
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
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Georgia AnchorAge is published bimonthly 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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We held a Staff Meeting in Savannah a short time ago attended by our sales representatives from New York Chicago and Atlanta
As our discussions progressed it was reassuring to realize once again that we are doing business with and being of service to hundreds of the big name blue chip companies not only of this country but of the other nations of the world as well companies which over the years have been leaders in international trade and commerce
It is also interesting to note the great number of smaller concerns both here and abroad which are well on their way to becoming substantial world traders in their own right
To us of course it is rewarding to note that many of these concerns influenced by lower landed costs are not only shipping through our deepwater Ports of Savannah and Brunswick but are also using our inland barge terminals at Augusta Bainbridge and Columbus
In our fast moving world communications become an allimportant factor With our offices in Chicago New York Atlanta and Bonn West Germany personal and frequent contacts with our many customers become a way of life
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 Robert H Tharpe Atlanta
A M Harris Sr Brunswick J Willis Conger Bainbridge
Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie Secretary 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 8 NUMBER 1 JANUARYFEBRUARY 1967
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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REPORT ON 1966 4
PORT PERSONALITIES PROGRESS 8
COX NEWSPRINT VIA AUGUSTA 10
COMMERCIAL STEEL CHEMICAL CORP 12
GEORGIA FARM BUREAU TOUR 14
FBI GPA 17
ATLANTA TRAFFIC CLUB 19
GEORGIA GENERAL ASSEMBLY PARTY 20 SAILING SCHEDULE 23
DIRECTORY OF PORT SERVICES 27
The Garden City terminal of the Georgia Ports Authority
Georgia AnchorAge is published bimonthly 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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1966 was another great year for the Georgia Ports Authority Tonnage through the GPA facilities broke all time records Construction for the year totaled 45 million
In addition plans were announced in 1966 for 66 million expansion of GPA facilities in 1967
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Garden City terminal bringing the total GPA commercial warehousing space to over three million square feet
The development of deepwater terminals was not the only highlight of the past year the States inland ports program continues to expand The Georgia Ports Authoritys barge terminals at Augusta Bainbridge and Columbus offer wonderful potential for industrial development in the ensuing year
Looking back 1966 was a great year but 1967 already promises to greatly overshadow it both in tonnage and new construction
PARKING PROBLEMS
If parking is your problem you should check on the Georgia Ports Authoritys deepwater terminals at Brunswick and Savannah
We have 22 berths at your disposal Whats more they are backed up with hundreds of thousands of square feet of modern transit sheds with 57 foot margins featuring double rail tracks If youll check your slide rule you will find that these berths were designed with containers in mind
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Were still not satisfied we will have three additional berths ready within the next 365 days
So if parking is your problem here is your answer write
J D HOLT Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402 didnt even mention our 3000000 square feet warehousing
Fast regular cargo service
From Savannah
EVERY FOUR WEEKS to Kingston Port au Prince Santo Domingo Puerto Cabello and Maracaibo
Accepting Cargo on Transshipment Bills of Lading to other Caribbean destinations
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Kansas City STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Charleston CAROLINA SHIPPING COMPANY
New York FUNCH EDYE COMPANY INC
Royal Merlands Steamship Company
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NEW YORK OFFICE
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PORTS
PERSONALITIES
EDWARD JOHN GAYNOR
December 23 1966 the last working day before Christmas everyone in the office was in a festive mood A phone rang in the Directors office before the connection was broken everyone had received the shocking news Mr Ed was dead The spirit of Christmas 1966 was lost in saddened hearts and tear filled eyes
Edward Gaynor began his career in shipping in 1925 and except for a brief five years as Manager for one of Savannahs largest department stores he spent his entire adult life as a member of the shipping fraternity
He joined the Georgia Ports Authoritys organization in 1953 bringing many years of shipping experience into the newly formed State Port Authority
His knowledge of transportation gained him the respect of his fellow colleagues but his warm heart and happy philosophy endeared him to all who knew him He was a true gentleman of the old school To have known and worked with him was a warm association remembering him is a sincere pleasure to emulate him is a challengeto do so will be rewarding
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CAPTAIN GRUBB RECEIVES LEGION OF MERIT
Washington D C Captain Francis B Grubb USN Director of Freight Traffic Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service MTMTS has been awarded the Legion of Merit by President Johnson
The award was made for exceptionally meritorious service as Director of Passenger Traffic Captain Grubbs assignment for more than a year before assuming his present duties last August
The citation says in part that Captain Grubb consistently demonstrated keen perception in highly specialized areas and outstanding ability in organization and management
He assembled and recruited a highly qualified and proficient passenger organization which under his outstanding leadership has developed into an exceptionally effective and efficient group that assures complete and timely transportation responsiveness to the needs of the Department of Defense
PROGRESS
C P FORD
U S CUSTOMS RETIRES
Carroll P Ford U S Customs Inspector who has served with the Bureau for nearly 29 years was recently honored at a party marking his retirement
Ford began his career with the Customs FORD Service in Miami in
1938 and came to Savannah in September 1942 The intervening years were spent in Wallace Pont Vt Trout River N Y and his home town of Philadelphia Pa
Mrs Marion Faircloth Baker Collector of Customs was high in her praise of Fords outstanding service to the Department
Meet a workhorse
Thats what we call our K ships at HollandAmerica And you can depend on a workhorse to get the job done
The Ks are designed to handle all kinds of Gulf and South Atlantic cargo From packaged freight to refrigerated cargo to containers And with decks wide and unobstructed for odd shaped cargo
For frequent reliable workhorse service to and from Le Havre Antwerp Rotterdam Bremen and Hamburg contact
HoIIandAmerica Line
Agents Hohenstein Shipping Company Savannah and Atlanta
THE SOUTH AFRICAN MARINE CORPORATIONS VESSEL MAKES MAIDEN VOYAGE CALL AT SAVANNAH
The SA Alphen serving the U SSouth Africa run was built in Japan to the most modern specifications She cruises at 20 knots providing U S exporters and importers quick transit for their goods moving to and from Southern Africa The vessel has 1208 tons capacity in five deepianks for bulk liquids and 41300 cubic feet of reefer space Heavy lift gear can handle up to 75 tons
Kline
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Loads Savannah State Docks

STEVENS
SHIPPING TERMINAL COMPANY
26 East Bay Street Savannah 2338131
STEAMSHIP COMPANY INC
General Agents
29 Broadway New York N Y 10006 212 9444450
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Cox Newsprint Inc via
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One of Georgias newest industries Cox Newsprint Inc of Augusta made history in early January when it shipped the first load of newsprint down the Savannah River by barge
Loaded at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Augusta inland barge terminal the shipment consisted of 955 tons of newsprint destined for the Miami Herald via Merry Brothers Shipping Company
The Miami Herald Building fronts on Biscayne Bay and after a six day trip on the Intracoastal waterway the news
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Ready to cast off for Miami delivery Cocaptain Mitchell Oglesby and Captain John Gantt look on as Clint Lee Vice President Merry Shipping receives the bill of lading from T C Bannister Jr Executive Vice President and General Manager Cox Newsprint Inc The other officials in the photo to Mr Bannisters left who braved the cold for the brief ceremony are left to right Robert Sherman President Cox Newsprint Inc Robert Tolar Purchasing and Traffic Agent Cox Newsprint Inc and Harry Robinson President Merry Land and Development Co Below the morning paper is delivered right on schedule

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Cox Newsprint Inc is Georgias first newsprint mill and has an annual production capacity of over 150000 tons of paper per year The mill started production during May 1966 and is presently serving customers throughout the United States
Officials of Cox were pleased with their first shipment via the waterways and stated that this method of transportation represented a substantial savings to the company in shipping costs
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The Commercial Steel and Chemical Corporation of New York is prominent in the exportation of Iron and Steel Scrap from Atlantic and Gulf ports Its officials gathered their experiences in this field on three continents They were among the pioneers of crossocean shipments of steel scrap and other industrial raw materials This has given them a broadly based background in foreign trade including ocean shipping and an exceptional knowledge in the export shipping and handling of steel scrap The Corporation has been loading barges and steamers at Savannah with steel scrap for coastwise and overseas shipment for over 30 years
During the early days the individual shipments were as small as 750 ton barge loads or 2000 ton
steamer cargoes In line with the general trend toward larger vessels for ocean transportation the ships carrying steel scrap have also been getting bigger over the years Just recently the Commercial Steel and Chemical Corporation brought the SS Tiha having a cargo capacity of over 15000 gross tons to Savannah followed by the SS Atlantic Star carrying 23000 gross tons Both ships loading the major portions of their cargoes at the Garden City Terminal
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Below and other photos The General Aguinaldo loads steel scrap on maiden voyage to Savannah
Mr Julius Rosenthal President of the Commercial Steel and Chemical Corporation
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when you think about world trade or travel
Our recently expanded International Department can give you experienced counsel and a great deal of PersontoPerson Service in all areas of trade or travel overseas This includes foreign remittances commercial letters of credit foreign collections foreign trade inquiries consultations letters of introduction travelers letters of credit and travelers cheques with contacts throughout the world
If the growth of international trade or the lure of overseas travel entices you talk with our International Department specialists first They can help you feel right at home wherever you go
Telephone 2343441 Area 912
Think Savannah Bank
MEMBER FDIC
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Bureau Federation representing over 50000 rural Georgia families visited the Savannah facilities of the Georgia Ports Authority in October of 1966 and January of this year
In October the GFB Board of Directors held a twoday conference in Savannah with the members of the Bureaus Grain and Soybean Committee Part of the program included an intensive tour of the Georgia Ports Authoritys Garden City and Ocean terminal facilities
William L Lanier President of the States largest general farm organization said the Federation was
thoritys Savannah terminal
In late January the Bureaus 29 member Study Committee and Feed Grain and Soybean Committee toured port facilities with an eye toward increasing the States agricultural and industrial growth
Th e delegation viewe d the Charleston South Carolina grain elevator operated by the South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation and spent additional time reviewing Savannahs port facilities
The touring Georgians were advised by the South Carolina Farm Bureau officials that the grain facility there had meant an increased price to agriculture of 20 cents per bushel on grains and soybeans
Lanier said such a facility adds competition to the economy and placed agriculture in a position to participate in export market demands Georgias farm income is currently about 1 billion annually
LANIER
vitally interested in both exports and imports We are particularly anxious to have a modern grain elevator constructed at the Ports Au
SHIPPING COMPANY
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Custom House Brokers Foreign Freight Brokers and Forwarders
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P O BOX 794 Phone 2360259
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A program of close liaison between the FBI and GPAs Security Force has been a contributing factor over the years in maintaining an exceptionally low 9 record of losses and pilferage
However in the recent past through the cooperation of the local FBI office the GPA has been fortunate in obtainMHp ing a program of training schools for
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The first such school offered by the FBI was a general police school to indoctrinate the security force in overall good law enforcement practices and procedures and to alert them to the jurisdiction of the FBI and make known to them the many facilities available to law enforcement in the FBI laboratory
The second school was an identification school to teach the Security force the value of fingerprints in law enforcement and how best to preserve fingerprint evidence at a crime scene Along this same line the FBIs identification division facilities available to law enforcement was made known
We expect to have more of these specialized programs in the future including the training of the Security force in protecting GPA property and defending themselves as well as the proper and safe carrying handling and use of firearms
JANUARYFEBRUARY 1967
PhotooftheMonth
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WINNER Route 1 Box 227
Columbus Georgia
Happily its that time of the year when photographs of barefoot boys begin to cross an editors desk
The winner this month is a welcome omen of warmer more pleasant days to come Technical data twin lens reflex f11 200 sec Tri X film
CONTEST RULES AND REGULATIONS
THE CONTEST IS OPEN TO ALL SUBJECT MATERIAL Only blackandwhite photographs 3 x 4 inches or larger will be eligible
Unfortunately photographs can not be returned 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
ANYONE UNDER THE SUN CAN GET CANCER
If you work in the sun watch it Day after beautiful day of sunshine can result in overexposure This is a form of radiation that can lead to skin cancer So cover up in the sun And remember that a yearly health checkup is your best insurance against cancer Call your doctor for an appointment today
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Left to right Seated SecretaryTreasurer Lynn Dowding Phillips Petroleum 1st Vice President Howard Rawlings Seaboard Airline Railroad President
lKw Biu Sorrell East Texas Motor Freight 2nd Vice President Claude Newman Georgia Ports Authority Speaker James K Newbold Jr Vice President Traffic
East Texas Motor Freight Standing President Ret Ross Prater Atlantic Steel Directors Jack Dempsey Phillips Petroleum Ben Duncan Acme Fast i w Freight Dave Green DixieOhio Express A1 Samsel Transcon Lines Frank Marler Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Paul Etheridge Rock Island Lines George
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SHIP AGENTS
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SMITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING P O Box 2808 Phone 2323151
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How do you say thank you to the 259 ladies and gentlemen of Georgias General Assembly who give so much time and effort to move the great state of Georgia forward This was the question that the Savannah and Brunswick Maritime Association pondered recently
The solution to the question consisted of the following recipe take two trucks filled with fresh Harris Neck oysters 75 bushels add 400 pounds of shrimp Rush these ingredients to the Capital City along with seven collaborators of coastal cuisine culinary arts to prepare same The result was a three hour fun filled party that was enjoyed by all some 425 to be exact
Landlocked Atlanta the capital of the Southeast will not soon forget the Great Oyster Party
GREAT OYSTER PARTY
Governor Lester Maddox guest of honor at the GOP decked out in gloves and oyster knife receives instructions on the art of opening an oyster from C M Wilkes President of the Savannah Maritime Association Below left to right discussing ports with the Governor are W C Caceres Assistant General Manager Stevens Shipping Terminal Company Frank Peeples President Southeastern Maritime Company C M Wilkes Vice President Slrachan Shipping Company Governor Maddox T H Adams Attorney Savannah Maritime Association and John Hohenstein President
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In the photo above John Raulerson General Manager of the Brunswick Port Authority and Mrs Raulerson chat with Governor Maddox Below A port discussion forum No its a quartet consisting of Senator Frank Miller GPA Board member W D Trippe Senator Michael Padgett and Senator Julian Webb The song Georgia On My Mind What else
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STEAMSHIP AGENTS AND STEVEDORES 206 East Bay Street Savannah Georgia Nothing Covers the South Like Dixie Dew
TWX 9123542719 Telephone 2345358
iGPA Board member Willis Conger of with Governor Maddox Lower photo The Governor is flanked by GPA Board member A M isris Sr of Brunswick and Mr Harris son Reid a State Representative from Glynn County

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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 2342621 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 1639 31402 Tel 2325335 STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO 26 East Bay Street P O Box 1068 31402 Tel 2338131 STRACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 670 31402 Tel 2346671
AFRICA
Ascension Island ASCENSION ISLAND
Mormactrade RTRobin
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Tamatave MADAGASCAR Mormactrade RUT Robin Strachan March 29
Mormacdraco RT Robin Strachan April 25
WEST AFRICA Dakar Monrovia Abidjan Takoradi Tema
African Crescent Port Harcourt LagosApapa Farrell Southeastern Maritime April 30
THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NWI Sinon R Royal Netherlands Strachan April 14
Sinon R Royal Netherlands Strachan May 12
Kingston JAMAICA
Adonis R Royal Netherlands Strachan April 7
Isis R Royal Netherlands Strachan April 21
Aegis R Royal Netherlands Strachan May 5
PortauPrince HAITI
Adonis R Royal Netherlands Strachan April 7
Isis R Royal Netherlands Strachan April 21
Aegis R Royal Netherlands Strachan May 5
Port of Spain TRINIDAD
Mormacoak T MooreMcCormack Strachan April 10
Sinon R Royal Netherlands Strachan April 14
Mormacmail RT MooreMcCormack Strachan May 12
Sinon R Royal Netherlands Strachan May 12
Santo Domingo DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Adonis R Royal Netherlands Strachan April 7
Isis R Royal Netherlands Strachan April 2t
Aegis R Royal Netherlands Strachan May 5
CENTRAL AMERICA
Balboa CANAL ZONE
AconcaguaChilean
p o box 768
StrachanMarch 29
StevensApril 24
EAST AFRICA Mombasa Tanga Dar es Salaam Zanzibar
African Comet Farrell Southeastern Maritime April 3
Robin Gray Robin Strachan April 11
African Sun Farrell Southeastern Maritime April 19
Robin Goodfellow TRobin Strachan May 9
African Mercury Farrell Southeastern Maritime May 17
SOUTH AFRICA Walvis Bay Capetown Pt Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques Beira
Robin StrachanMarch 29
Farrell Southeastern Maritime April 3
South African Marine Smith 8c KellyApril 10
Robin Strachan April 11
Farrell Southeastern Maritime April 19
South African Marine Smith 8c KellyApril 22
Robin Strachan April 25
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeMay 3
Robin StrachanMay 9
JANUARYFEBRUARY 1967
StrachanApril 8
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer Space
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StrachanApril 8
Southeastern Maritime April 16
Cristobal CANAL ZONE
AconcaguaChilean
BrasilienWest Coast
Tampico
Jill CordHollandAmerica Hohenstein
AquilaHollandAmerica Hohenstein
Vera Cruz
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AquilaHollandAmerica Hohenstein
COASTWISE
April 12 May 9
April 12 May 9
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
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Steel Surveyor RIsthmian
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Barcelona SPAIN
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Malaga
StrachanApril 11
Hellenic DixieApril 20
Torm Southern April 21
Djakarta Lloyd Stevens April 24
S C I Smith 8c Kelly April 29
Hellenic Dixie April 30
Isthmian Strachan May 11
Torm SouthernApril 21
Fabre Hohenstein April 12
Zim Southern April 18
Torm Southern April 21
Djakarta Lloyd Stevens April 24
Lykes Bros StrachanApril 30
Fabre HohensteinMay 15
Beirut LEBANON
Flying Endeavor RAm Export Isbrandtsen
Steel Surveyor R Isthmian
A Vessel Torm
Steel Voyager R Isthmian is
Strachan March 30
Strachan April 11
Southern April 21
Strachan May 11
Hohenstein April 12
Cadiz SPAIN
KenoshaFabre
CasablancaSafi MOROCCO
Marjorie Lykes Lykes Bros Strachan April 30
Constantsa ROMANIA
Athinai RTP Hellenic Dixie April 7
Famagusta CYPRUS
Marjorie Lykes Lykes Bros Strachan April 30
Genoa ITALY
MakedonijaJugolinija Smith 8c KellyApril 5
Athinai RTPHellenic DixieApril 7
Lazzaro MocenigoSidarma Southeastern Maritime April 7
Kenosha Fabre Hohenstein April 12
Radnik Jugolinija Smith 8c Kelly April 18
Vettor PisaniSidarma Southeastern MaritimeApril 20
ExpressAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachan April 22
Marjorie LykesLykes Bros Strachan April 30
MalagaFabre Hohenstein May 15
Haifa ISRAEL
LeannaZim
Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS
A VesselBHaiTorm
SouthernApril 18
SouthernApril 21
Lattakia SYRIA
A Vessel Torm
Leghorn ITALY
Athinai RTP
Lazzaro Mocenigo
Kenosha
Vettor Pisani
Malaga
A VesselTorm
SouthernApril 21
Hellenic Dixie April 7
Sidarma Southeastern Maritime April 7
Fabre Hohenstein April 12
Sidarma Southeastern Maritime April 20
Fabre Hohenstein May 15
SouthernApril 21
Leixoes PORTUGAL
A VesseLTorm
TDenotes Tank Space PDenotes Passenger
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Agency Sailing Date
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Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Lisbon PORTUGAL
A VesselTorm
MalagaFabre
Southern
Hohenstein
Marseilles FRANCE
Lazzaro Mocenigo
Kenosha
Vetior Pisani
Express
Malaga
Naples ITALY
Makedonija Athinai RTP
Radnik
Vettor Pisani
Marjorie Lykes
Sidarma Fabre Sidarma Am Export Fabre
Jugolinija Hellenic Jugolinija Sidarma Lykes Bros
Southeastern Maritime
Hohenstein
Southeastern Maritime
IsbrandtsenStrachan
Hohenstein
Smith 8c Kelly
Dixie
Smith Kelly
Southeastern Maritime Strachan
April 21 May 15
April 7 April 12 April 20 April 22 May 15
Hellenic Zim
Sidarma
Fabre
Sidarma
Piraeus GREECE
Athinai RTP
LeannaI
Port Said EGYPT
Flying Endeavor RAm Export
State of RajasthanS C I
State of MysoreS C I
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
MakedonijaJugolinija
RadnikJugolinija
Salonika GREECE
Athinai RTPHellenic
Savona ITALY
Lazzaro Mocenigo
Kenosha
Vettor Pisani
Tangiers
KenoshaFabre
Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS
A Vessel Torm
Trieste TRIESTE
RadnikJugolinija
Tripoli LIBYA
Marjorie LykesLykes Bros
Tunis TUNISIA
Marjorie Lykes Lykes Bros
Valencia
KenoshaFabre
MalagaFabre
Venice ITALY
MakedonijaJ
Radnik
IsbrandtsenStrachan
Smith Kelly
Smith Kelly
Smith 8c Kelly
Smith Kelly
April 5 April 7 April 18
April 20
April 50
April 7 April 18
March 30 April 16 April 29
April 5 April 18
DixieApril 7
Southeastern Maritime
Hohenstein
Southeastern Maritime
April 7 April 12 April 20
Hohenstein
Hohenstein
April 12 May 15
Jugolinija Jugolinija
Smith 8t Kelly Smith Kelly
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
American LeaderUnited States
PoeldykHollandAmerica
Ittersum RTPIndependent Gulf
Kamperdyk HollandAmerica
Lutjenburg OzeanStinnes
HasselburgOzeanStinnes
Pioneer Tide United States
Kennemerland HollandAmerica
Hilversum RTPIndependent Gulf
United States
OzeanStinnes
HollandAmerica
American Manufacturer
Syllum
Kerkedyk
Antwerp BELGIUM
Poeldyk
Ittersum RTP
Audacity
American Harvester
Kamperdyk
Lutj enburg
Maltesholm
Hasselburg
Amenity Pioneer Tide
Kennemerland
American Reporter
Hilversum RTP
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Thalatta
Bremen GERMANY
PoeldykHollandAmerica
Ittersum RTPIndependent Gulf
KamperdykHollandAmerica
KlavdiaVega
LutjenburgOzeanStinnes
MaltesholmWilhelmsenSwed
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Hilversum RTPIndependent Gulf
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BremenBremerhaven GERMANY
American LeaderUnited Slates
Pioneer Tide United States
American ManufacturerUnited Stales
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Southeastern M Southeastern M
Strachan
Hohenstein
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April 5 April 18
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HollandAmerica
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Hohenstein April 5
Smith Sc Kelly April 6
SouthernApril 6
Strachan April 7
HohensteinApril 13
Southeastern MApril 14
AtlanticStrachanApril 16
Southeastern MApril 21
SouthernApril 26
Strachan April 27
HohensteinMay 2
Strachan May 3
Smith Kelly May 7
Southeastern MMay 9
HohensteinMay 12
StevensMay 12
AtlanticStrachanMay 23
HohensteinApril 5
Smith KellyApril 6
HohensteinApril 13
Stevens April 13
Southeastern M April 14
AtlanticStrachanApril 16
Southeastern M April 21
Hohenstein May 2
Smith KellyMay 7
Southeastern MMay 9
HohensteinMay 12
StevensMay 12
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Poeldyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein April 5
Ittersum RTP Independent Gulf Smith Sc Kelly April 6
Audacity Regent Southern April 6
Kamperdyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein April 13
Klavdia Vega Stevens April 13
Lutjenburg OzeanStinnes Southeasiern M April 14
Maltesholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan April 16
Hasselburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern M April 21
Amenity Regent Southern April 26
Kennemerland HollandAmerica Hohenstein May 2
Hilversum RTP Independent Gulf Smith 8c Kelly May 7
American Manufacturer United States Strachan May 7 4L
Syllum OzeanStinnes Southeastern M May 9
Kerkedyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein May 12
Evgenia Vega Stevens May 12 A1
Thalatta WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan May 23 1
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Poeldyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein April 5 1
Kamperdyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein April 13 X
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Thalatta WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan May 23 r
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American Leader United States Strachan April 1 cV
Poeldyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein April 5
Ittersum RTP Independent Gulf Smith 8c Kelly April 6 11

Audacity Regent Southern April 6 X
Kamperdyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein April 13
Klavdia Vega Stevens April 13
Lutjenburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern M April 14
Maltesholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan April 16 j
Hasselburg OzeanStinnes Southeasiern M April 21 V
Amenity Regent Southern April 26
Pioneer Tide United States Strachan April 27 C
Kennemerland HollandAmerica Hohenstein May 2 p
Hilversum RTP Independent Gulf Smith 8c Kelly May 7
American Manufacturer United States Strachan May 7
Syllum OzeanStinnes Southeasiern M May 9
Kerkedyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein May 12
Evgenia Vega Stevens May 12 Vx W
Thalatta WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan May 23 yj
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Adelaide AUSTRALIA Y
Middlesex Am Sc Australian Smith 8c Kelly April 3 A 1 M
Trojaland Columbus Southern April 3
Port Burnie Port Strachan April 16
City of Brisbane R Am Sc Australian Smith 8c Kelly April 17
Queensland Star R Blue Star Southern April 21
City of Auckland Am Sc Australian Smith 8c Kelly May 1 fe
Australian Isle Farrell Southeastern Maritime May 5 r
Montreal Star R Blue Star Southern May 10
Port Huon Port Strachan May 13 ff
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
Port LincolnPort
Baron BelhavenAm Sc Australian
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
Middlesex
Strachan
Smith 8c Kelly
Cap Vilano RT
Port Burnie
City of Brisbane R
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Columbus Southern
Port Strachan
Am Sc Australian Smith Sc Kelly Blue Star Southern
Am Sc Australian Smith Sc Kelly
Southeastern Maritime
Southern
Southern
Strachan
Queensland Star R
City of Auckland
Australian IsleFarrell
Susanne SkouColumbus
Montreal Star RBlue Star
Port HuonPort
Bugo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil CorregidorMaritime of Phils Southeastern M
Phil BataanMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
CebuTPHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Don AntonioUnited Philippine Southern
April 2 April 30
April 3 April 5 April 16 April 17 April 21 May 1 May 5 May 5 May 10 May 13
Phil CorregidorMaritime of Phils
Phil Pres Roxas RTPUnited Philippine
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine Phil BataanMaritime of Phils
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Don AntonioUnited Philippine
Phil CorregidorMaritime of Phils
Phil Pres Roxas RTPUnited Philippine
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine Phil BataanMaritime of Phils
Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
Port LincolnPort
Baron BelhavenLAm Sc Australian
FremantleAUSTRALIA
TrojalandColumbus
Hobart TASMANIA
Australian IsleFarrell
Southeastern M
Southern
Southern
Southeastern M
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April 12 April 18 April 26 May 10 May 16
Southern
Southeastern M
Southern
Southern
Southeastern M
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Strachan
Smith 8c Kelly
April 2 April 30
SouthernApril 3
Southeastern Maritime
May 5
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Export Adventurer Am Export Isbrandtsen
Don Antonio Phil Corregidor Express
Phil Pres Roxas RTP Phil Pres Quezon RTP
Export Commerce
Phil Bataan
StrachanApril 6
United Philippine Southern April 12
Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern MApril 18
Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachan April 22
United Philippine SouthernApril 26
United Philippine SouthernMay 10
Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachanMay 12
Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern MMay 16
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernApril 12
Phil CorregidorMaritime of PhilsSoutheasiern MApril 18
Phil Pres Roxas RTP United Philippine SouthernApril 26
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Inchon KOREA
Export Adventurer Am Export Isbrandiseti Sirachan April 6
Export Commerce Am Export IsbrandtsenSirachanMay 12
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Hai Ping China Merchants SouthernApril 11
Keelung FORMOSA
Oregon Maru K Line Stevens April 6
Export Adventurer Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan April 6
Hai PingChina Merchants Southern April 11
Belgium MaruK Line Stevens April 19
Express Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachan April 22
Muneshima MaruK Line Stevens May 6
Export Commerce Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan May 12
France Maru K Line Stevens May 25
Kobe JAPAN
Oregon MaruK Line Stevens April 6
Export Adventurer Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachan April 6
Manjusan Maru MilsuiO S K Strachan April 8
Sumida Maru N Y K Sirachan April 10
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernApril 12
Yamawaka Maru YamashitaShinnihon Smith Kelly April 16
Belgium MaruK Line Stevens April 19
ExpressAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanApril 22
Phil Pres Roxas RTP United Philippine Southern April 26
Muneshima MaruK Line Stevens May 6
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine Southern May 10
Hoeisan Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan May 11
Saisuma Maru N Y K Strachan May 12
Export Commerce Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan May 12
France Maru K Line Stevens May 25
Lyttelton NEW ZEALAND
Port Lincoln Port Sirachan April 2
Baron Belhaven Am Australian Smith 8c Kelly April 30
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Export AdventurerAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan April 6
DonAntonioUnited Philippine SouthernApril 12
Phil CorregidorMaritime of Phils Southeastern M April 18
Phil Pres Roxas RTP United Philippine Southern April 26
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine Southern May 10
Export Commerce Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachanMay 12
Phil Bataan Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern MMay 16
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
Middlesex Am AustralianSmith 8c Kelly April 3
Cap Vilano RT Columbus Southern April 5
Port Burnie Port Strachan April 16
Queensland Star R Blue Star Southern April 21
City of Brisbane R Am Australian Smith Kelly April 17
City of Auckland Am 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly May 1
Australian Isle Farrell Southeastern MaritimeMay 5
Susanne SkouColumbus Southern May 5
Montreal Star R Blue Star f SouthernMay 10
Port Huon Port Strachan May 13
Nagoya JAPAN
Oregon Maru
Manjusan Maru
Sumida Maru
Hai Ping1
Yamawaka Maru
Belgium Maru
Express
Muneshima Maru
Hoeisan Maru
Satsuma Maru France Maru
K Line Stevens April 6
MitsuiO S K Sirachan April 8
N Y K Strachan April 10
China Merchants Southern April 11
Y amashitaShinnihon Smith 8c Kelly April 16
K Line Stevens April 19
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan April 22
K Line Stevens May 6
MitsuiO S K Strachan May 11
N Y K Strachan May 12
K Line Stevens May 25
Napier NEW ZEALAND
Port Lincoln Port SirachanApril 2
Baron BeHiavenAm AustralianSmith KellyApril 30
New Plymouth NEW ZEALAND
Port Lincoln Port StrachanApril 2
Osaka JAPAN
Oregon Maru K Line Stevens April 6
Export AdventurerAm Export Isbrandtsen Sirachan April 6
Manjusan MaruMitsuiO S K SirachanApril 8
Sumida Maru N Y K Strachan April 10
Yamawaka Maru YamashitaShinnihonSmith Kelly April 16
Belgium Maru JK Line Stevens April 19
Muneshima Maru K Line Stevens May 6
Hoeisan Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan May 11
Export Commerce Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan May 12
Saisuma MaruN Y K Sirachan May 12
France Maru K Line StevensMay 25
Pusan KOREA
Export Adventurer Am Export Isbrandtsen
Express Am Export Isbrandtsen
Export Commerce Am Export Isbrandtsen
Shimizu JAPAN
ExpressAm Export Isbrandtsen
Singapore SINGAPORE
Express Am Export Isbrandtsen StrachanApril 22
Sydney AUSTRALIA
Middlesex Am Australian Smith Kelly April 3
Cap Vilano RTColumbus Southern April 5
Port Burnie Port Strachan April 16
City of Brisbane R Am Australian Smith Kelly April 17
Queensland Star R Blue Star Southern April 21
City of Auckland Am Australian Smith 8c Kelly May 1
Australian Isle Farrell Southeastern MaritimeMay 5
StrachanApril 6
Sirachan April 22
StrachanMay 12
StrachanApril 22
Ship
Steamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Susanne SkouColumbus SouthernMay 5
Montreal Star R Blue Star Southern May 10
Port Huon Port Sirachan May 13
Wellington NEW ZEALAND
Port LincolnPort StrachanApril 2
Baron Belhaven Am 8c AustralianSmith 8c Kelly April 30
Yokohama JAPAN
Oregon Maru K Line Stevens April 6
Export Adventurer Am Export Isbrandtsen Sirachan April 6
Manjusan MaruMitsuiO S K StrachanApril 8
Sumida Maru N Y K Strachan April 10
Hai Ping China Merchants Southern April 11
Don Antonio United Philippine SouthernApril 12
Belgium Maru K Line Stevens April 19
Express Am Export Isbrandtsen Sirachan April 22
Phil Pres Roxas RTP United Philippine SouthernApril 26
Muneshima Maru K Line Stevens May 6
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine Southern May 10
Hoeisan Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan May 11
Export Commerce Am Export Isbrandtsen Sirachan May 12
Satsuma Maru N Y K Strachan May 12
Yamawaka Maru YamashitaShinnihon Smith 8c Kelly April 16
France MaruK Line StevensMay 25
PERSIAN GULF
Bahrein BAHREIN
Concordia FossConcordia
Basra IRAQ
Concordia FossConcordia
Dammam SAUDI ARABIA
Concordia FossConcordia
Khorramshahr IRAN
Concordia FossConcordia
Kuwait KUWAIT
Concordia Foss Concordia
SouthernApril 7
SouthernApril 7
SouthernApril 7
SouthernApril 7
SouthernApril 7
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Flying Endeavor R Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
State of Rajasthan S C I Smith 8c Kelly
State of Mysore S C I Smith 8c Kelly
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
State of Rajasthan S C I Smith 8c Kelly
Hellenic Hero RTP Hellenic Dixie
Sleihav Djakarta Lloyd Stevens
Hellenic Pioneer RTP Hellenic Dixie
Port Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic Hero RTP Hellenic Dixie
Hellenic Pioneer RTPHellenic SB Dixie
March 30
April 16
April 29
April 16 April 20 April 24 April 30
April 20 April 30
SCANDINAVIA BALT 1C
Copenhagen DENMARK
Maltesholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan April 16
Thalatta WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan May 23
Gydnia POLAND
Maltesholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan April 16
Thalatta WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan May 23
Gothenburg SWEDEN
Maltesholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan April 16
Thalatta WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan May 23
HelsinkiTurku FINLAND
Maltesholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan April 16
Thalatta WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan May 23
Malmo SWEDEN
Maltesholm y C WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan April 16
Thalatta WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan May 23
Norrkoping SWEDEN
Maltesholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan April 16
Thalatta WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan May 23
Oslo NORWAY
Maltesholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan April 16
Thalatta WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan May 23
Stockholm SWEDEN
Maltesholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan April 16
Thalatta WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan May 23
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Brodin Southeastern
MooreMcCormack
Bahia BRAZIL
Ingrid Brodin
Belem BRAZIL
Mormacoak T
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
Buenos Aires TPI varan
Mormacdawn RTMooreMcCormack
Rio de Janeiro TP Ivaran
Mormacgulf RTMooreMcCormack
SalvadorIvaran
Mormacmail RTMooreMcCormack
Cabedello BRAZIL
Mormacoak TMooreMcCormack
MaritimeApril 22
SirachanApril 10
SouthernApril 4
StrachanApril 7
SouthernApril 18
StrachanApril 27
SouthernMay 9
Strachan May 12
Sirachan April 10
Curacao ARGENTINA
Sinon R Royal Netherlands
Sinon R Royal Netherlands
Strachan April 14
StrachanMay 12
JANUARYFEBRUARY 1967
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Fortaleza BRAZIL
Mormacoak T MooreMcCormack Strachan April 10
Itajai BRAZIL
Ingrid Brodin Brodin Southeastern Maritime April 22
Maceio BRAZIL
Mormacoak T MooreMcCormack Strachan April 10
Montevideo URUGUAY
Buenos Aires TP Ivaran Southern April 4
Mormacdawn RT MooreMcCormack Strachan April 7
Rio de Janeiro TP Ivaran Southern April 18
Mormacgulf RT MooreMcCormack Strachan April 27
Ivaran Southern May 9
Mormacmail RT MooreMcCormack Strachan May 12
Natal BRAZIL
Mormacoak T MooreMcCormack Strachan April 10
Paranagua BRAZIL
Mormacdawn RT MooreMcCormack Strachan April 7
Mormacoak T MooreMcCormack Strachan April 10
Mormacgulf RT MooreMcCormack Strachan April 27
Mormacmail RT MooreMcCormack Strachan May 12
Porto Alegre BRAZIL
Mormacoak T MooreMcCormack Strachan April 10
Recife BRAZIL
Mormacoak T MooreMcCormack Strachan April 10
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
Loide Nicaragua Lloyd Bras Strachan April 3
Buenos Aires TP Ivaran Southern April 4
Mormacdawn RT MooreMcCormack Strachan April 7
Mormacoak T MooreMcCormack Strachan April 10
Rio de Janeiro TP Ivaran Southern April 18
Ingrid Brodin Brodin Southeastern Maritime April 22
Mormacgulf RT MooreMcCormack Strachan April 27
Salvador Ivaran Southern May 9
Mormacmail RT MooreMcCormack Strachan May 12
Rio Grande do Sul BRAZIL
Mormacdawn RT MooreMcCormack Strachan April 7
Mormacoak T MooreMcCormack Strachan April 10
Salvador BRAZIL
Loide Nicaragua Lloyd Bras Strachan April 3
Mormacoak T MooreMcCormack Strachan April 10
Santos BRAZIL
Loide Nicaragua Lloyd Bras Strachan April 3
Buenos Aires TP Ivaran Southern April 4
Mormacdawn RT MooreMcCormack Strachan April 7
Mormacoak T MooreMcCormack Strachan April 10
Rio de Janeiro TP Ivaran Southern April 18
Ingrid Brodin Brodin Southeastern Maritime April 22
Mormacgulf RT MooreMcCormack Strachan April 27
Salvador Ivaran Southern May 9
Mormacmail RT MooreMcCormack Strachan May 12
Sao Luiz BRAZIL
Mormacoak T MooreMcCormack Strachan April 10
Vitoria BRAZIL
Loide Nicaragua Lloyd Bras Strachan April 3

SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST
LaGuaira VENEZUELA
A Vessel Venezuelan Smith Kelly April 10
Sinon R Royal Netherlands Strachan April 14
A Vessel Venezuelan Smith St Kelly April 24
Sinon R Royal Netherlands Strachan May 12
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
Adonis R Royal Netherlands Strachan April 7
Isis R Royal Netherlands Strachan April 21
Aegis R Royal Netherlands Strachan May 5
Matanzas VENEZUELA
A Vessel Venezuelan Smith Si Kelly April 10
A Vessel Venezuelan Smith Kelly April 24
MatanzasPuerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
Sinon R Royal Netherlands Strachan April 14
Sinon R Royal Netherlands Strachan May 12
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Adonis R Royal Netherlands Strachan April 7
A Vessel Venezuelan Smith St Kelly April 10
Sinon R Royal Netherlands Strachan April 14
Isis R Royal Netherlands Strachan April 21
A Vessel Venezuelan Smith Kelly April 24
Aegis R Royal Netherlands Strachan May 5
Sinon R Royal Netherlands Strachan May 12
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Antofagasta CHILE
Aconcagua Chilean Strachan April 8
Arica CHILE
Chilean Strachan April 8
Brasilien West Coast Southeastern Maritime April 16
Buenaventura COLOMBIA
Brasilien West Coast Southeastern Maritime April 16
Callao PERU
April 8

Brasilien West Coast Southeastern Maritime April 16
Chanaral CHILE
Aconcagua Chilean Strachan April 8
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Pale
Coquimbo CHILE
Aconcagua Chilean Strachan April 8
Guayaquil ECUADOR
Aconcgus Chilean Strachan April 8

Brasilien West Coasl Southeastern Maritime April 16
Iquique CHILE aV
Aconcagua Chilean Strachan April 8
Matarani PERU
Aconcagua Chilean Strachan April 8
Brasilien West Coast Southeastern Maritime April 16
Pimental PERU
Brasilien West Coast Southeastern Maritime April 16
Punta Arenas CHILE
Brasilien West Coast Southeastern Maritime April 16
San Antonio CHILE
Aconcagua Chilean Strachan April 8
Brasilien West Coast Southeastern Maritime April 16
Taicahuano CHILE
Aconcagua Chilean Strachan April 8
Brasilien West Coasi Southeastern Maritime April 16
Tocopilla CHILE
Aconcagua Chilean Strachan April 8
Valparaiso CHILE
Aconcagua Chilean Strachan April 8
Brasilien West Coast Southeastern Maritime April 16
SOUTH ASIA 1
Belawan Deli INDONESIA
Slethav Djakarta Lloyd Stevens April 24
Bombay INDIA
Flying Endeavor R Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan March 30
Steel Director R Isthmian Strachan April 7
Steel Surveyor R Isthmian Strachan April 11
State of Rajasthan S C I Smith St Kelly April 16
Jalakala Scindia Smith Sc Kelly April 22
Express Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan April 22
State of Mysore S C I Smith Kelly April 29
Steel Age R Isthmian Strachan May 5
Steel Voyager R Isthmian Strachan May 11
Calcutta INDIA
Flying Endeavor R Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan March 30
Steel Surveyor R Isthmian Strachan April 11
State of Rajasthan S C I Smith Sc Kelly April 16
Hellenic Hero RTP Hellenic Dixie April 20
Jalakala Scindia Smith Kelly April 22
State of Mysore S C I Smith Sc Kelly April 29
Hellenic Pioneer RTP Hellenic Dixie April 30
Steel Age R Isthmian Strachan May 5
Steel Voyager R Isthmian Strachan May 11
Chaina PAKISTAN
Flying Endeavor R Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan March 30
Chittagong PAKISTAN
Flying Endeavor R Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan March 30
Cochin INDIA
Steel Director R Isthmian Strachan April 7
Jalakala Scindia Smith St Kelly April 22
Djakarta INDONESIA
Slethav Djakarta Lloyd Stevens April 24
Karachi PAKISTAN
Steel Director R Isthmian Strachan April 7
Steel Surveyor R Isthmian Strachan April 11
Express Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan April 22
Steel Age R Isthmian Strachan May 5
Steel Voyager R Isthmian Strachan May 11
Madras INDIA
Flying Endeavor R Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan March 30
Steel Director R Isthmian Strachan April 7
Steel Surveyor R Isthmian Strachan April 11
State of Rajasthan S C I Smith St Kelly April 16
Jalakala Scindia Smith St Kelly April 22
State of Mysore S C I Smith St Kelly April 29
Steel Age R Isthmian Strachan May 5
Steel Voyager R Isthmian Strachan May 11
Surabaya INDONESIA
Slethav Djakarta Llovd Stevens April 24

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Tremayne Manchester Smith Sc Kelly May 8
Belfast IRELAND Tremayne Manchester Smith Kelly May 8
Dublin IRELAND Tremayne Manchester Smith Kelly May 8
Liverpool ENGLAND
American Harvester United States Strachan April 7
American Reporter United States Strachan May 3
London ENGLAND
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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 HANSEN TIDEMANN 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 TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Company Bldg
TARVER SHIPPING COMPANY 105107 E Bay Street
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 TERMINAL CO
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 J K EBBERWEIN Suite 2089 Realty Bldg
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JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street E L MOBLEY 606 Realty Building
D J POWERS American Building
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
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 606 Realty Building
D J POWERS American Building J W TARVER Arcade Building DONALD R WINTER 1518 Healey Bldg Atlanta Georgia
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Jack M Sayler Consul H DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen V consul H
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F A O Bahre Consul H ITALY
Joseph M Cafiero Consular agent H
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A G Van Schaick V consul H NORWAY
J P Imlay V consul H SWEDEN
L Roy Riddick V consul H VENEZUELA
Sr Jorge Manrique Consul C H Honorary C Career
SAVANNAH P 0 Box 1039 ADams 61561 Teletype 9123543499 J D HOLT Executive Director
Georgia Ports Authoritys Solicitation Offices
BRUNSWICK P 0 Box 1758 AMherst 58500
NEW YORK 233 Broadway COrtlandt 75731
Teletype 9122655138 Teletype 2125711312 CECIL G GNANN JOE DOWNING
CHICAGO 200 So Michigan HArrison 78478 FRED WHELAN
ATLANTA 1131 Healey Bldg JAckson 51595 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
State Docks Building Phone 2657588
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
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Parking Problems
If parking is your problem you should check on the Georgia Ports Authoritys deepwater terminals at Brunswick and Savannah
We have 22 berths at your disposal Whats more they are backed up with hundreds of thousands of square feet of modern transit sheds with 57 foot margins
featuring double rail tracks If youll check your slide rule you will find that these berths were designed with containers in mind
Were still not satisfied we will have three additional berths ready within the next 365 days
So if parking is your problem here is your answer write
J D HOLT Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402
PS You will note this is a Berth Ad We didnt even mention our 3000000 square feet of commercial warehousing
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One of Georgias traditional sporting events is the annual Masters Golf Tournament held in Augusta
Spring comes early in the Southland and at the precise moment that the azaleas and dogwood are most colorful thousands of golfing enthusiasts from all over the nation converge upon Augusta to marvel HOLT at the artistry of the worlds greatest golfers
Becoming traditional as well is the annual event known as the Red Carpet Tour when Georgia is favored by a visit of a group of the nations leading industrialists who tour Georgia early in the week with the Masters as the piece de resistance
Many of our guests this year already have substantial business investments within Georgia Others are becoming aware of the growing South and wanted to take a firsthand look at the many advantages which Georgia offers
It was most rewarding to have had them with us
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 Robert H Tharpe Atlanta
A M Harris Sr Brunswick J Willis Conger Bainbridge
Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie Secretary Anton F Solms Jr Savannah Attorney
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 oj Commerce and Trajjic
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Jim Bisson Savannah Director oj Public Relations Advertising
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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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PORT PERSONALITIES PROGRESS 10
RED CARPET TOUR 11
TAVOLA ROTONDA 12
PORT NEWS VIEWS 16
SAILING SCHEDULE 19
DIRECTORY OF PORT SERVICES 23
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY Recipient of Presidential E for
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Export Award
MTMTS cargo moves via Georgia Ports Authoritys Garden City Terminal See story Page 4
Georgia AnchorAge is published bimonthly 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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JfcMami l Guyojte Jr Executive Assistant and Senior TransportaiionAdviser ot the Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service of Washingtoiff D C takes a firsthand look at the Georgia Ports Authoritys MTMTS loading operations at Savannah
With Mr Guyoite are lames I Newsome Jr Director of Operations and Graham I Bailey Assistant director of Operations of the Georgia Ports Authority
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
OUR FIRST TWO YEARS
By MAJOR GENERAL JOHN J LANE
COMMANDER MILITARY TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND TERMINAL SERVICE
EDITORS NOTE The Georgia Ports Authority recently invited Ronald L Guyotte Jr Executive Assistant for Senior Transportation Advisor of the Military Transportation Management and Terminal Service to Savannah for a firsthand look at the GPAs military handling procedures
Mr Guyottes Savannah visit coincided with the second anniversary of the MTMTS The photos accompanying this article depict Mr Guyottes visit but the story of MTMTS was best related by Major General John J Lane Commander MTMTS in the Services own publication Transportation Proceedings which we reproduce in full for our Anchor Age readers
The Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service MTMTS was born two years ago in an era of international tension and technological revolution From the very beginning it was faced with unprecedented challenges The heavy logistics requirements of the Department of Defense DOD demanded that we organize and become fully operational as rapidly as possible
During these crucial and formative years we relied heavily on the professional experience of our personnel the wisdom and patience of higher and lateral headquarters and the support of the transportation industry of the United States all important ingredients in our successful progress and growth during our first two years
During this period I was frequently asked how I felt about the establishment of our new agency I usually replied
that I felt as George Washington must have felt about the establishment of the War Office in 1776 In a letter to the President of the Congress he wrote Instituting a War Office is certainly an event of great importance The benefits derived from it will be considerable although the plan upon which it is first formed may not be entirely perfect Time will discover its defects and experience will suggest the remedy and such further improvement as may be necessary
These prophetic words written 190 years ago could well have been the working motto for our new agency Although we have succeeded beyond our programmed expectations we have found the original plan or charter to be excellentbut not entirely perfect Indeed we have discovered some defects as George Washington warned in his letter but we are daily applying remedies and improvements I suspect this will be a way of life at MTMTS for several years to come for nothing is as permanent as change in the military
The Single Manager Program
To honor our Nations international commitments the Department of Defense fields a powerful fighting combination of armed forces with the ability to win wars if deterrence fails This requires a vast and complex logistics system capable of carrying out the movement and maintenance of forces responsibilities essential to our military posture
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cal national resource connects and vitalizes all elements of defense Not only must it be responsive to military requirements but it must also serve the Nations industry and commerce as well Allocation of available military and civilian transport therefore must be judiciously controlled and managed
Three transportation single manager agencies provide this necessary control for the Department of Defense The Military Sea Transportation Service MSTS exercises responsibility for all ocean transportation except that which is transported by units of the fleet The Military Airlift Command MAC formerly the Military Air Transport Service MATS is responsible for all air transportation between points in the United States and overseas areas and between and within overseas areas MTMTS the newest of the three transportation agencies is responsible for all traffic within the Continental United States certain traffic originating in the U S for overseas and the operation of assigned commonuser ocean terminals Each provides centralized control in its assigned area of responsibility and each is dedicated to eliminating duplication effecting economies and increasing effectiveness throughout the military establishment
Extensive Liaison
Underlying the decision to establish MTMTS was the need for a single agency to coordinate and utilize available military and civilian transportation in the United States In so doing DOD is now able to consolidate the management control and operation of a worldwide transportation system capable of meeting DOD requirements Total movement requirements from origin to destination can now be balanced against total transport capabilities more effectively With the addition of MTMTS improved mobility and more responsive and economical service to the Armed Forces can be expected
To carry out our varied responsibilities an extensive liaison with many other government and military agencies is dictated We work very closely with the joint staff the military services the unified commands the other transportation single managers and the commercial transportation industry of the United States The creation of MTMTS did not in any way alter the basic DOD policies which govern our relationship with that essential industry If anything those relationships have been strengthened for as always our primary reliance for transportation services in the U S is placed on the commercial carriers of the United States I think this practice is sound for in addition to being in consonance with our national economic policies it contributes to
the economic health of the transportation industry as a whole
Committed to Vietnam
Like the other two single transportation managers we are also committed to supporting operations in Vietnam When the heavy buildup began in the fall of 1965 port complexes were practically nonexistent at the other end of the line Only the port of Saigon was capable of receiving the mounting flow of supplies Intratheater transportation facilities were likewise inadequate These barriers produced a chain reaction that affected the efficiency of the entire 10000milelong logistic system Production transportation storage and distribution all related to one another were affected all along the line Yet in the first six months after the deployments began 200000 troops and their supporting equipment and supplies were transported from the United States Complete units such as the First Air Cavalry Division from Fort Benning Georgia and the First Infantry Division from Fort Riley Kansas were moved without delay To establish initial bases the advance parties were quickly airlifted by MAC At the same time the main body was on its way in MSTS shipsthe First Cavalry from ports on the East and Gulf Coasts and the First Infantry from West Coast ports
The movement of these two divisions took 6 passenger ships 27 cargo vessels 126 aircraft 4 aircraft carriers 17 special trains and 933 buses A big job made possible by effective coordination between the three single manager transportation agencies the commercial transportation industry of the U S and the theater logistics managers at the other end of the line in Vietnam
Since then however new port complexes have been constructed and others improved all along the coast of South Vietnam thus easing the pressure on Saigon In the last year this capacity was increased 300 percent and additional construction is under way As a result shipment of cargo by sea has increased from 176000 measurement tons per month to 700000 tons Accordingly MSTS which operated 299 ships in the fall of 1965 now has 510 ships in service Similarly new airport construction has permitted MAC to increase the number of aircraft it operates and controls on the Vietnam run Airlift missions flown to South Vietnam have increased from 550 in August 1965 to 1400 in September 1966 Although many logistics problems still remain much has been accomplished in relatively little time The movement of personnel and cargo through our West Coast port complex for example has tripled during the past year
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MTMTS is jointlystaffed and functions on the principle of centralized control and decentralized operations Organizationally it is composed of three major subordinate commands and a specialized transportation facility It has a personnel complement of 7000 of which 6000 are civilian employees The headquarters located in Northern Virginia just outside Washington D C is structured along conventional lines and operates on the twodeputy system Navy Rear Admiral Elton W Sutherling is the Deputy for Operations and Air Force Brigadier General Thomas L Hayes is Deputy for Management and Systems See organizational chart pages 1213Editor
Influencing an annual expenditure of 16 billion MTMTS embraces five basic functional areas
It provides traffic management transportation and ocean terminal planning support to the Armed Forces
Requirements and capabilities of transportation are key logistics factors which must be considered in all defense planning strategy This function dictates uptotheminute appraisal of the availability of military and commercial transportation in the United States Contingency plans are reviewed for feasibility and alternatives provided as required
MTMTS operates assigned military ocean terminals in the United States certain overseas terminal units and the Department of Defense railway interchange fleet
We manage and operate 18 military ocean terminals and outports in the United States and 9 overseas terminal units primarily in support of Air Force activities The operation of the Department of Defense railway interchange fleet involves the control and maintenance of more than 5000 special railroad cars registered for interchange service on the Nations rail lines and used to augment commercial capability Recently 200 more such cars were added to the fleet
MTMTS controls procurement of commercial transportation service and the movement of cargo traffic into air and passenger and cargo traffic through ocean terminals in the United States
During the past year MTMTS arranged the movement of over 18 million persons at a cost of 41 million During the same period MTMTS controlled the movement of more than 22 million short tons of freight at a cost of 273 million Its stevedoring contracts are valued at 50 million
MTMTS manages the Department of Defense Household Goods Moving and Storage Program worldwide
This program so important to the welfare and morale of the military family is directed and supervised through local transportation offices It affects every member of the DOD and results in a million individual shipments annually Last year 433 million was spent on the program
MTMTS develops integrated transportation data systems through movement programs and transportation engineering studies in support of the Joint Chiefs the Department of Defense and other Government and military agencies
The developmental programs of MTMTS are many and varied Through movement containerization automated data systems transportation engineering and other programs are being developed to provide more responsive and economical transportation services to the Department of Defense
An organization must not only carry out its assigned mission well but must seek new ways to improve Our twoyearold agency is developing at a fast pace In concept it does not lack for the most advanced theories in transportation In application it is constantly putting ideas into practice as new ones evolve from experience This is the true test of any organization anxious to do a little more than that which is expected or required We at MTMTS are dedicated to that principle
Management Service and Economy
The story of MTMTS is a story of measured accomplishment in surprisingly little time We place a great deal of emphasis on management service and economy
As regards management the jointly staffed agency was created to achieve greater efficiency and to develop new ideas for Defense transportation With regard to service MTMTS together with its colleagues in the Armed Forces and industry seeks to ensure that the Department of Defense requirements are met Finally economy was perhaps best described by Thomas Paine who said Public money ought to be touched with the most scrupulous conscientiousness of honor It is not the produce of riches only but of the hard earnings of labor and poverty At MTMTS a great deal of emphasis is placed on these three important areas
I am pleased to report that constructive interfacing with military and civilian agencies whose equipment and services we buy has resulted in reported savings
amounting to 75 million during the last year This is tangible evidence resulting from the application of sound management techniques
Significant savings in responsiveness were also recorded For example prior to the establishment of MTMTS movement control responsibilities were divided between five inherited traffic regions and the ocean terminalseach under separate commands The processing time for export release under this system required six to seven days By merging the two related functions under one manager in both our Eastern and Western Areas the processing time was reduced to 48 hours Not only has this improved internal span of control but more importantly it permits quicker response to the needs of the overseas commander
Not only is MTMTS fulfilling its original commitments but it has been assigned new functions in support of DOD transportation requirements Shortly after it was chartered MTMTS was given the task of administering DOD actvities pertaining to Highways for National Defense In this regard surveys of principal highways and connecting roads are made to determine their adequacy for National defense Problems dealing with Interstate location construction and rightofway near military installations are coordinated with other government agencies and recommendations made for their improvements This function includes strategic highway needs in Alaska as well as the Continental United States
In addition any responsibilities with regards to transportation engineering were also assigned This includes the study of transportability characteristics of military vehicles and equipment Data is gathered and validated Recommendations are made guidance is provided and technical manuals published on the results
During the same period MTMTS directed the movement of 18 million military passengers and 10 million tons of cargo through military and civilian ocean terminals in the United States Here again by negotiating new rates and charges with commercial carriers we realized an additional savings of 25 million
New Programs Under Development
The developmental programs at MTMTS are tailored to improving strategic mobility providing more responsive and economical service and maintaining an optimum transportation readiness posture
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The application of systems analysis and computers to transportation problems holds great promise for the future AUTOSTRAD Automated System for Transportation Data is being designed to provide the military planner with essential transportation information The varied subsystems of AUTOSTRAD are being developed to provide instant data on commercial and military transportation capability The information gathered by AUTOSTRAD and its subsystems will be used primarily to support MTMTS functions However it can be readily integrated into the data systems being developed by other government and military agencies
A variety of through movement and containerization systems is being developed at MTMTS which will vastly simplify the movement of strategic goods and personnel throughout our areas of responsibility Progress in this area is vital to the transportation industry of the United States Accordingly it is receiving a great deal of attention
New studies are underway which will eliminate or reduce traditional barriers that have plagued transportation operations for centuries These include documentation customs mode compatibility technology automation attitudes and many others MTMTS in concert with the commercial transportation industry of the United States is beginning to show important progress in this area
The elimination or reduction of impediments to mobility is essential to transportation Studies are underway which will improve mobility in both the material and nonmaterial areas The material category includes delivery means and fixed transportation facilities such as our terminals The nonmaterial includes impediments that may be found in existing policies administrative procedures and systems The end result will be recommendations for the improvement of doctrinal concepts research and development and systems development to reduce time or costs or both
Logistics of which transportation is an indispensable part is making great forward progress Accordingly transportation must keep pace by seeking new and better ways to strengthen our Nations defense posture While new achievements are a certainty technological advances complete with international tensions will pose stern challenges We at MTMTS will I am sure be called upon to play an important role in shaping the transportation policies of the future We recognize that the future depends to a high degree on the imagination and initiative of our people With imagination and initiative we can justify our hardwon recognition
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Alter 28 years and 4827 ships Cap William H Fleetwood has retired as a lull branch pilot on the Savannah River Upon Capt Fleetwoods retirement Capt Spencer L Edleman was awarded his 23 toot certificate on the Savannah River Capt Fleetwood represented the third generation of his family to certify as pilots Capt Edleman after serving an apprenticeship of 12 years is the fourth generation of his family to serve as pilots on the Savannah River In the photo above left to right Master Filet Capt Sam W Edleman Capt Frank W Spencer Capt Fleetwood and Capt Spencer Edleman

Young Truck Sales Service Inc of Savannah Georgia shipped on March 18 1967 to a customer in Caracas Venezuela two Caterpillar Model 594 Pipelayer Tractors which is the largest crawler tractor Caterpillar has in production at the present lime
The two tractors were shipped on the Royal Netherlands vessel Jason and were loaded at berth No 13 Ocean Terminals
These tractors weigh approximately 116000 pounds each and they are equipped with 28 fool booms having a lifting capacity of 200000 pounds at a four foot radius
The Model 594 Pipelayer tractor is 19 feet long 12 feel three inches high and nine feet four inches wide not counting the pipe laying equipment which was dismounted to facilitate shipment
Both tractors and their equipment measure approximately 6217 cubic feet and weigh about 232000 pounds
Slrachan Shipping Company are the agents for Royal Netherlands in Savannah
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Seventh Red Carpet Tour Includes Thirtysix Executives
Thirlysix lop manufacturing executives have toured the State of Georgia by land sea and air on an eventful three day visit which terminated at the Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta Utilizing two chartered planes which made five stops throughout the State and featured an aerial survey of 75 Georgia communities In the photos accompanying this article the group is shown disembarking from the charter boat Waving Girl after touring the Savannah harbor and boarding their special plane as they depart Savannah for the Masters Golf Tournament
Addressing the group at Rome Georgia Governor Lester Maddox said Although we realize that no businessman is likely to locate his business here solely on the information he received on a three day trip we feel that it is more than coincidence that more than two hundred million dollars in new and expanded industry has been located in Georgia by companies which attend this tour
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The Ks are designed to handle all kinds of Gulf and South Atlantic cargo From packaged freight to refrigerated cargo to containers And with decks wide and unobstructed for odd shaped cargo
For frequent reliable workhorse service to and from Le Havre Antwerp Rotterdam Bremen and Hamburg contact
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American Consul General John C Fuess addressing the General
One dynamic American Consul General several regional Chambers of Commerce and Associations leading Government Officials Trade Fair Managers one American Chamber of Commerce one U S Trade Center and a good measure of press business firms and buyers for seasoning These constituted the essential ingredients for a unique recipe entitled TAVOLA ROTONDAin plain language a Round Table on Trade between the Region in NorthEast Italy called FriuliVeneziaGiulia and the United States
Laurence W Magrath European Director of the Georgia Ports Authority speaking in Italian gives a sixminute presentation on Georgia and her ports
That as illustrated on these pages is the short short story of the recent Round Table held in Trieste sponsored by the ItalianAmerican Association the Trieste Chamber of Commerce and the American Consul General under the auspices ofthe Mayor of Trieste the Regional
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When we in America think of centers of Italian commerce our thoughts turn to Milan Turin Genoa and the cities in the vicinity of that industrial triangle What we learned at Trieste is that the I Friuli Venezia Giulia region for which that port is the ocean gateway and to some extent also Venice L affords excellent possibilities for twoway trade development
It is significant that the organizers of the Round Table invited the nine American Port Authorities present as the principal vehicles to get their message across thereby recognizing that all of them act as catalysts between European and American business firms including bridging and closing language and procedural gaps This surely

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EVERY FOUR WEEKS to Aruba Curacao La Guaira Puerto Cabello Port of Spain
Accepting Cargo on Transshipment Bills of Lading to other Caribbean destinations
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At r exhibit we were fortunate in having the services of a gifted young lady Miss Giuliana Leeb completely bilingual who has spent one year mostly in Wisconsin under the auspices of the American Field Service She certainly helped us fto put over Georgia and our Ports In the above photo Miss Leeb
and Mr Magralh discuss the merits of Georgias Ports with Consul General Fuess
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The dynamic American Consul General at Trieste one of the chief ingredients of the Tavola Rotonda recipe is Mr John C Fuess who with his staff had worked tirelessly on this project with his Italian friends for at least 3 months prior to the event The advance coverage to say nothing of subsequent publicity was widespread and included a bilingual attractive 10 page color program featuring morning and afternoon sessions each lasting about two hours plus set periods for open discussion
The numerous official functions on both dates included a reception at Mr Fuess beautiful home overlooking Trieste attended by several hundred people In keeping with these container times with the help of the U S Air Force he set up four containers in the front of his home
Two days later we attended a conference at Venice as guests of their Chamber of Commerce and maybe some of our AnchorAge readers will take this as a tongue in cheek tale Believe us it was not so Venice on its islands and with its lovely lagoons true enough is a relic of antiquity and there are still a few real gondolas in spite of the water busses and water taxis The commercial harbor is VeniceMarghera on the mainland and it is there the main develop
ments are taking place including deepening of the channel for deepsea tonnage Venice has its own hinterland but part of it overlaps that of Trieste In fact from the Georgia Ports standpoint we even were reminded of a certain analogy with our own Port of Brunswick
At Venice after the various port presentations somewhat along the same lines as at Trieste we were privileged to have a discussion with their human dynamo namely Dr Arrigo Usigli President of the Venice Chamber of Commerce This gentleman certainly will help spark trade development in that sector if it is to be accomplished
When we were preparing our exhibits for Trieste we had no concept of what it could mean to the Georgia Ports Now above all we realize we have learned about an industrial area which was new to us and surely offers development possibilities Further in closing this account of what took place at Trieste and Venice we must pay warm tribute to our energetic hosts in both cities not to mention their ever gracious Italian hospitality
If some of our Georgia businessmen are seeking new contacts in the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region of Italy we in Europe in cooperation with the GPA Offices at Atlanta and Savannah are equipped to assist them and hope that these facilities may be availed of This we put forward as a practical proposal
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If the growth of international trade or the lure of overseas travel entices you talk with our International Department specialists first They can help you feel right at home wherever you go
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BRUNSWICK HARBOR MODEL Civic officials of Brunswick Ga view a scaled hydraulic model of the Brunswick Harbor al the U S Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station Vicksburg Miss where the model was constructed to study silling problems Front row left to right C G Gnann Manager of Brunswick Division Georgia Ports Authority and Lt Col W L Barnes District Engineer at Savannah back row left to right C P Trainor and J W Harris Savannah District J L Raulerson General Manager Brunswick Port Authority I M Aiken Chairman of the Board of the Brunswick Port Authority
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NATIONAL MARITIME DAY MEMORIAL SERVICES SET FOR MAY 21
Again this year the Savannah Port Society will sponsor a Memorial Service at the Seamens Burial Plot in Laurel Grove Cemetery in Savannah The services will be conducted by the Reverend A Dale Umbreit at 330 pm The public is invited The Rev Dr Arthur Stainback of the Bull Street Baptist Church will be the main speaker There will be presentation of wreaths by the Port of Savannah Propeller Club Masters Mates and Pilots AssociationMarine Engineering and the National Maritime Union
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AFRICA
Casablanca MOROCCO
Slethav Djakarta Lloyd StevensApril 25
EAST AFRICA Mombasa Tanga Dar es Salaam Zanzibar
African Sun Farrell Southeastern MaritimeApril 19
Mormacmail RT Robin Strachan May 9
African Mercury Farrell Southeastern MaritimeMay 17
SOUTH AFRICA Walvis Bay Capetown Pt Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques Beira
African Sun Farrell Southeastern MaritimeApril 19
S A Alphen RT South African Marine Smith 8c Kelly April 21
Robin Goodfellow TRobin StrachanApril 25
S A Venture TSouth African Marine Smith 8c Kelly May 3
African Dawn Farrell Southeastern MaritimeMay 3
Mormacmail RT Robin StrachanMay 9
A Vessel5SjiSffiSSouth African MarineSmith 8c Kelly May 17
African Mercury Farrell Southeastern Maritime May 17
Mormacrio RTMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 23
Tamatave MADAGASCAR
Robin Goodfellow T Robin 1 StrachanApril 25
Mormacrio RT MooreMcCormack StrachanMay 23
WEST AFRICA Dakar Monrovia Abidjan Takoradi Tema Port Harcourt LagosApapa
African Crescent Farrell Southeastern MaritimeApril 30
Denote Vi Transshipment RDenotes Reefer
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THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NWI Memnon R Royal Netherlands April 14 May 12
Chiron R Royal Netherlands Strachan
Kingston JAMAICA Artemis R Royal Netherlands Aegis R Royal Netherlands Isis R Royal Netherlands Strachan Strachan 1 Strachan April 21 May 5 May 19
PortauPrince Artemis R HAITI Royal Netherlands Strachan April 21
Aegis R Royal Netherlands Strachan Strachan May 5 May 19
Isis R Royal Netherlands
Port of Spain TRINIDAD Memnon R Rovai Netherlands April 14 May 4 May 12 May 12
Mormacscan RT MooreMcCormack Strachan Strachan Strachan
Chiron R Royal Netherlands
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Santo Domingo Artemis R Aegis R Isis R DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Royal Netherlands Royal Netherlands Royal Netherlands Strachan Strachan Strachan April 21 May 5 May 19
CENTRAL AMERICA
Balboa CANAL ZONE
CopiapoChilean StrachanMay 21
Cristobal Colon
NordglimtWest Coast Southeastern MaritimeMay 7
Copiapo a Chilean StrachanMay 21
Tampico
Acluila HollandAmerica Hohenstein May 9
Vera Cruz
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COASTWISE
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo
Between Savannah and Auguste Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT Hellenic Hero A Vessel Hellenic Torm SSSM Dixie Southern April 20 April 21
Slethav Djakarta Lloyd Stevens April 25
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic Divi April 30
State of Mysore S C I Smith tr KpIIv May 2
Steel Voyager R Isthmian 4 Strachan May J J
Alice Torm Torm Southern May 24
Algiers ALGERIA A Vessel Torm Southern April 21
Alice Torm Torm Southern May 24
Barcelona SPAIN A Vessel Torm Southern April 21
Leanna Zim Southern
Slethav Djakarta Lloyd Stevens April 25
Express Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Southern April 25
Mazal Zim
Thompson Lykes Lykes Bros Strachan April 28 April 29
Queshet Zim Southern Hohenstein May 14 May 15
Malaga Fabre
Alice Torm Torm I Southern May 24
Beirut LEBANON A Vessel Torm
Exchequer Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Strachan April 21 April 28 April 29
Thompson Lykes Lykes Bros
Steel Voyager R I Isthmian Strachan May 11
Alice Torm Torm Southern
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CasablancaSafi MOROCCO
Thompson LykesLykes Bros SirachanApril 29
Famagusta CYPRUS
Thompson Lykes Lykes Bros SirachanApril 29
Genoa ITALY
Vettor Pisani
Express
Thompson Lykes
F Morosini
Malaga
Sidarma Southeastern Maritime April 20
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan April 25
Lykes Bros Sirachan April 29
Sidarma Southeastern Maritime May 9
Fabre Hohenstein May 15
Haifa ISRAEL
Leanna
Mazal
Queshel
Zim SouthernApril 22
Zim SouthernApril 28
Zim SouthernMay 14
Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS
A Vessel Torm Esii SouthernApril 21
Alice TormTorm SouthernMay 24
Lattakia SYRIA
A HKMfCC u 1 Torm
Alice TormTorm
Leghorn ITALY
Veiior PisaniSidarma
F MorosiniSidarma
MalagaFabre
Leixoes PORTUGAL
A VesselTorm
Alice Torm Torm
SouthernApril 21
SouthernMay 24
Southeastern MaritimeApril 20
Southeastern MaritimeMay 9
HohensteinMay 15
SouthernApril 21
SouthernMay 24
Lisbon PORTUGAL
A Vessel
Malaga Alice Torm
Marseilles FRANCE
Vettor Pisani Express
F Morosini
Malaga
Torm SouthernApril 21
Fabre HohensteinMay 15
Torm SouthernMay 24
Sidarma Southeastern Maritime April 20
Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachanApril 25
Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeMay 9
Fabre HohensteinMay 15
Naples ITALY
Vettor PisaniSidarma Southeastern MaritimeApril 20
Thompson LykesLykes Bros SirachanApril 29
Piraeus GREECE
Leanna Zim
MazalihlZim
QueshetZim
SouthernApril 22
SouthernApril 28
SouthernMay 14
Smith 8c Kelly April 19
Smith Kelly May 2
Smith 8c Kelly May 16
Southeastern MaritimeApril 20
Southeastern MaritimeMay 9
HohensteinMay 15
Port Said EGYPT
State ot RajasthanS C I
State of MysoreS C I
Vishva Prem S C I
Savona ITALY
Vettor PisaniSidarma
F MorosiniSidarma
Sete
MalagaFabre
Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS
A VesselTorm
Alice TormTorm
Tripoli LIBYA
Thompson LykesLykes Bros Sirachan
Tunis TUNISIA
Thompson LykesLykes Bros SirachanApril 29
Valencia
MalagaFabre L HohensieinMay 15
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
SouthernApril 21
SouthernMay 24
April 29
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
Hasselburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern M April 21
Pioneer Tide United States Strachan April 27
Kennemerland HollandAmerica Hohenstein May 2
Hilversum RTP Independent Gulf Smith 8c Kelly May 7
American Manufacturer United Slates Strachan May 7
Syllum OzeanStinnes Southeastern M May 9
Kerkedyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein May 12
American Leader United Stales Sirachan May 22
Magdalene Vinnen OzeanStinnes Southeastern M May 25
Korendyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein June 2
Kamperdyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein June 14
Antwerp BELGIUM
Maltesholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan April 16
Hasselburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern M April 21
Pioneer Tide United States Sirachan April 27
Amenity Regent Southern April 28
Kennemerland HollandAmerica Hohenstein May 2
American Reporter United States Sirachan May 3
Hilversum RTP Independent Gulf Smith 8c Kelly May 7
Syllum OzeanStinnes Southeastern M May 9
Kerkedyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein May 12
Evgenia Vega Stevens May 13
Festivity i Regent Southern May 19
American Leader United Slates Sirachan May 22
Thalaita WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
Magdalene Vinnen OzeanStinnes Southeastern M May 25
Korendyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein June 2
Klavdia Vega Stevens
Kamperdyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein June 14
Bremen GERMANY
Maltesholm
Hasselburg Kennemerland Hilversum RTP
Syllum
Kerkedyk
Evgenia
Thalaita
Magdalene Vinnen
Korendyk
Klavdia
Kamperdyk
BremenBremerhaven GERMANY
Pioneer TideUnited States
American ManufacturerUnited States
American LeaderUnited States
WilhelmsenSwed
OzeanSiinnes
HollandAmerica Independent Glt OzeanStinnes HollandAmerica Vega
WilhelmsenSwed
OzeanStinnes
HollandAmerica Vega
HollandAmerica
AtlanticSirachanApril 16
Southeastern MApril 21
HohensteinMay 2
Smith Kelly May 7
Southeastern MMay 9
HohensteinMay 12
Stevens May 13
AtlanticStrachanMay 23
Southeastern MMay 25
Hohenstein June 2
StevensJune 13
HohensteinJune 14
Hamburg GERMANY
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
Maltesholm
Hasselburg
Pioneer Tide
Amenity
Kennemerland
American Manufacturer
Syllum
Kerkedyk
Evgenia
Festivity
American Leader
Thalaita
Magdalene Vinnen Korendyk Klavdia Kamperdyk
WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan
OzeanSiinnes Southeastern M
United Slates Sirachan
Regent Southern
HollandAmerica Hohenstein
United States
OzeanStinnes
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Regent
United States
WilhelmsenSwed
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HollandAmerica Hohenstein
Vega Stevens
HollandAmerica Hohenstein
April 16 April 21 April 27 April 28 May 2 May 7 May 9 May 12 May 13 May 19 May 22 May 23 May 25 June 2 June 13 June 14
PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
City of Brisbane Am AustralianSmith Kelly April 21
Queensland Star RBlue Star SouthernApril 21
Port Burnie City of Auckland Australian Isle Cap Nelson Port Huon City of Canberra Montreal Star R Galway
Port Strachan April 22
Am 8c Australian Smith 8c KellyMay 1
Farrell Southeastern Maritime May 5
Columbus Southern May 13
Port Sirachan May 13
Am 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly May 15
Blue Star Southern May 17
Am 8c AustralianSmith KellyMay 29
New York StarBlue Star SouthernMay 29
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
Baron Belhaven Am 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly April 30
Aden Am 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly May 29
Bluff NEW ZEALAND
Baron Belhaven Am 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly April 30
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
City of Brisbane Am
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Port Burnie City of Auckland
Australian Isle
Susanne Skou Port Huon City of Canberra Montreal Star R
8c Australian
Smith 8c Kelly April 21
Blue Star Southern April 21
Port Sirachan April 22
Am 8c Australian Smith 8c KellyMay 1
Farrell Southeastern Maritime May 5
Columbus SouthernMay 5
Port Sirachan May 13
Am 8c AustralianSmith Kelly May 15
Blue Star Southern May 17
GalwayAm 8c AustralianSmith KellyMay 29
New York StarBlue Star SouthernMay 29
Bugo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil CorregidorMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern MApril 18
Phil Bataan Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern MMay 16
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil CorregidorMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern MApril 18
Phil Pres Roxas RTPUnited Philippine SouthernApril 26
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine SouthernMay 10
Phil BataanMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern MMay 16
Philippines RTPUnited Philippine SouthernMay 24
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Festivity Thalaita Magdalene Vinnen Korendyk Regent WilhelmsenSwed OzeanStinnes HollandAmerica Southern Atlantic Strachan Southeastern M Hohensiein May 19 May 23 May 25
Klavdia Vega Stevens Jlule JJ
Kamperdyk HollandAmerica Hohensiein

Le Havre FRANCE Maltesholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan April 16
Kennemerland HollandAmerica Hohensiein
Kerkedyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein May 12
Thalaita WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan May 23
Korendyk HollandAmerica Hohensiein Inno 9
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Phil CorregidorMaritime of Phils
Phil Pres Roxas RTP United Philippine Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine
Phil BataanMaritime of Phils
Philippines RTP United Philippine
Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
Baron BelhavenAm Australian
AdenAm Australian
Southeastern M Southern Southern Southeastern M Southern
Smith Kelly Smith Kelly
April 18 April 26 May 10 May 16 May 24
April 30 May 29
Fremantle AUSTRALIA Can Nelson Columbus
City of Canberra Am Australian Smith Kelly May 15
Hobart TASMANIA
Australian Isle May 5

Hong Kong HONG KONG
Phil CorregidorMaritime of Phils Southeastern M April 18
ExpressAm Export IsbrandtsenSirachanApril 25
Phil Pres Roxas RTPUnited Philippine SouthernApril 26
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine Southern May 10
Export Commerce Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan May 12
Phil Bataan Maritime of Phils Southeastern M May 16
Philippines RTP United Philippine Southern May 24
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Corregidor Maritime of Phils Southeastern M April 18
Phil Pres Roxas RTP United Philippine Southern April 26
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine Southern May 10
Phil Bataan Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern MMay 16
Philippines RTP United Philippine SouthernMay 24
Inchon KOREA
Export Commerce
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Hai Ping China Merchants Southern
Hai Hsin China Merchants Southern
Keelung FORMOSA
Belgium Maru
Express
Muneshima Maru Hai Ping
Hai Hsin
Export Commerce
France Maru
Am Export IsbrandtsenSirachanMay 12
May 7 May 12
K Line
Am Export Isbrandtsen K Line China Merchants
China Merchants
Am Export IsbrandtsenSirachan
K Line 1 Stevens
Stevens Strachan Stevens Southern Southern
April 21 April 25 May 6 May 7 May 12 May 12 May 25
Kobe JAPAN
Belgium Maru
Express
Phil Pres Roxas RTP
Hampton Maru
Muneshima Maru
Phil Pres Quezon RTP
Hoeisan Maru
Export Commerce
Saisuma Maru
Tosaharu Maru
Philippines RTP
France Maru
K Line StevensApril 21
Am Export IsbrandtsenSirachanApril 25
United Philippine
N Y K
K Line United Philippine MitsuiO S K
SouthernApril 26
StrachanMay 4
Stevens May 6
Southern May 10
SirachanMay 11
Am Export IsbrandtsenSirachanMay 12
N Y K SirachanMay 12
YamashitaShinnihon Smith Kelly May 14
United Philippine Southern May 24
K Line StevensMay 25
Lyttelton NEW ZEALAND
Baron Belhaven Am Australian Smith Kelly April 30
Aden Am AustralianSmith KellyMay 29
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Corregidor Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern M April 18
Phil Pres Roxas RTP United Philippine Southern April 26
Phil Pres Quezon RTP United Philippine Southern May 10
Export Commerce Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachanMay 12
Phil BataanMaritime of Phils Southeastern MMay 16
Philippines RTP United Philippine Southern May 24
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
City of Brisbane Queensland Star R Pori Burnie City of Auckland Australian Isle Susanne Skou Port Huon City of Canberra Montreal Star R Galway
New York StarBlue Star
Nagoya JAPAN
Belgium Maru
Express
Hampton Maru
Muneshima Maru Hai Ping Hoeisan Maru Hai Hsin Saisuma Maru
Am AustralianSmith KellyApril 21
Blue Star SouthernApril 21
Port Strachan April 22
Am Australian Smith Kelly May 1
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeMay 5
Columbus Southern May 5
Port Strachan May 13
Am Australian Smith Kelly May 15
Blue Star Southern May 17
Am AustralianSmith Kelly May 29
SouthernMay 29
K Line Stevens April 21
Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachan April 25
N Y K Strachan May 4
K Line Stevens May 6
China Merchants Southern May 7
MitsuiO S K Sirachan May 11
China Merchants Southern May 12
N Y K Strachan May 12
Tosaharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon Smith Kelly May 14
France MaruK Line Stevens May 25
Napier NEW ZEALAND
Baron Belhaven Am Australian Smith Kelly April 30
AdenAm AustralianSmith KellyMay 29
New Castle AUSTRALIA
City of Brisbane Am AustralianSmith KellyApril 21
Denote Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer Space
Osaka JAPAN
Belgium Maru Hampton Maru Muneshima Maru Hoeisan Maru
Export Commerce
Saisuma Maru
Tosaharu Maru
France Maru
K Line Stevens April 21
N Y K StrachanMay 4
K Line StevensMay 6
MitsuiO S K StrachanMay 11
Am Export IsbrandtsenSirachanMay 12
N Y K StrachanMay 12
YamashitaShinnihon Smith KellyMay 14
K Line Stevens May 25
Port Kembla AUSTRALIA
City of Brisbane
Pusan KOREA
Express
Export Commerce
Am AustralianSmith Kelly April 21
Am Export IsbrandtsenSirachanApril 25
Am Export IsbrandtsenSirachanMay 12
Shimizu JAPAN
Express Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachanApril 25
Singapore SINGAPORE
Express Am Export Isbrandtsen StrachanApril 25
Sydney AUSTRALIA
City of Brisbane Am AustralianSmith KellyApril 21
Queensland Star R Blue Star SouthernApril 21
Port Burnie Port Strachan April 22
City of Auckland Am Australian Smith KellyMay 1
Farrell JS Southeastern MaritimeMay 5
Australian Isle Susanne Skou Port Huon
Columbus
SouthernMay 5
City of Canberra Montreal Star R Am Australian Blue Star Smith Kelly May 15 May 17
Galway Smith Kelly Southern May 29 May 29
New York Star Blue Star
Timaru NEW Baron Belhaven ZEALAND Am Australian Smith Kelly April 30
Wellington NEW ZEALAND Baron Belhaven Am Sc Australian Smith Kelly April 30
Aden Am Australian Smith Kelly May 29
Yokohama JAP AN
Belgium Maru K Line SievensApril 21
Express Am Export IsbrandtsenSirachanApril 25
Phil Pes Roxas RTP United Philippine Southern April 26
Hampton Maru N Y K Strachan May 4
Muneshima Maru K Line Stevens May 6
Hai Ping China Merchants Southern May 7
Phil Prs Quezon RTP United Philippine Southern May 10
Hoeisan Maru MitsuiO S K SirachanMay 11
Hai Hsin China Merchants SouthernMay 12
Export Commerce B
Satsuma Maru Tosaharu Maru
Philippines RTP United Philippine
France MaruK Line
Am Export Isbrandtsen SirachanMay 12
N Y K Sirachan May 12
Smith KellyMay 14
SouthernMay 24
StevensMay 25
YamashitaShinnihon
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Aqaba SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic Sky Hellenic
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
State of RajasthanS C I Smith
Exchequer Am Export Isbrandtsen
Stale of Mysore S C I Smith
Vishva Prem S C I Smith
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
State of Rajasthan S C I
Hellenic Hero Hellenic
Hellenic Sky Hellenic
Sleihav Djakarta Lloyd
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic
Vishva Prem S C I
Port Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic HeroHellenic
Hellenic PioneerHellenic
Smith
Smith
DixieApril 20
KellyApril 19
StrachanApril 28
KellyMay 2
KellyMay 16
KellyApril 19
Dixie April 20
Dixie April 20
Sievens April 25
Dixie April 30
KellyMay 16
DixieApril 20
Dixie April 30
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Copenhagen DENMARK
MallesholmWilhelmsenSwed
ThalaiiaWilhelmsenSwed
Gydnia POLAND
Maliesholm WilhelmsenSwed
Thalaiia WilhelmsenSwed
Gothenburg SWEDEN
Mallesholm WilhelmsenSwed
Thalaiia WilhelmsenSwed
HelsinkiTurku FINLAND
MallesholmWilhelmsenSwed
Thalatta WilhelmsenSwed
Mahno SWEDEN
MallesholmWilhelmsenSwed
Thalatta WilhelmsenSwed
Norrkoping SWEDEN
Mallesholm WilhelmsenSwed
Thalatta WilhelmsenSwed
Oslo NORWAY
MallesholmWilhelmsenSwed
Thalatta WilhelmsenSwed
T Denotes Tank Space PDenotes Passenger
Atlantic SirachanApril 16
Atlantic SirachanMay 23
Atlantic SirachanApril 16
Atlantic StrachanMay 23
AtlanticSirachanApril 16
AtlanticStrachanMay 23
AtlanticStrachanApril 16
Atlantic SirachanMay 23
Atlantic StrachanApril 16
Atlantic SirachanMay 23
AtlanticStrachanApril 16
Atlantic SirachanMay 23
AtlanticStrachanApril 16
AtlanticStrachanMay 23
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Stockholm SWEDEN
MaltesholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SlrachanApril 16
ThalattaWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanMay 23
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Bahia BRAZIL
Ingrid Brodin Brodin Southeaslern MaritimeApril 22
Belem BRAZIL
Mormacscan RTMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 4
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
Rio de Janeiro TPIvaran SouthernApril 18
Mormacglen RT MooreMcCormack StrachanApril 20
SalvadorIvaran SouthernMay 9
Mormacelm T MooreMcCormack StrachanMay 12
Curacao ARGENTINA
Memnon R Royal Netherlands Strachan April 14
Chiron R Royal Netherlands Strachan May 12
Fortaleza BRAZIL Mormacscan RT MooreMcCormack Strachan May 4
Itajai BRAZIL
Ingrid BrodinBrodin Southeastern MaritimeApril 22
La Plata ARGENTINA
Mormacglen RTMooreMcCormack StrachanApril 20
Montevideo URUGUAY
Rio de Janeiro TPIvaran
Mormacglen RTMooreMcCormack
SalvadorIvaran
Mormacelm TMooreMcCormack
Natal BRAZIL
Mormacscan RTMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 4
Paranagua BRAZIL
Mormacscan RTMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 4
Mormacelm TMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 12
Porto Alegre BRAZIL
Mormacscan RTMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 4
Recife BRAZIL
Mormacscan RTMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 4
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
Rio de Janeiro TPIvaran Southern April 18
Mormacglen RTMooreMcCormack Strachan April 20
Ingrid Brodin Brodin Southeaslern Maritime April 22
Mormacscan RTMooreMcCormack Strachan May 4
SalvadorifiiftiIvaran SouthernMay 9
Mormacelm TMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 12
Rio Grande do Sul BRAZIL
Mormacscan RTMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 4
Salvador BRAZIL
Mormacscan RTMooreMcCormack Strachan May 4
Santos BRAZIL
Rio de Janeiro TPIvaran SouthernApril 18
Mormacglen RT MooreMcCormack Strachan April 20
Ingrid Brodin Brodin Southeastern MaritimeApril 22
Mormacscan RT MooreMcCormack Strachan May 4
Salvador Ivaran Southern May 9
Mormacelm TMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 12
SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST
LaGuaira VENEZUELA
Memnon RRoyal Netherlands StrachanApril 14
A VesselVenezuelanSmith KellyApril 24
Chiron RRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 12
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
Artemis RRoyal Netherlands StrachanApril 21
Aegis R Royal Netherlands SlrachanE May 5
Isis R i iliil Royal Netherlands Strachan May 19
MatanzasPuerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
Memnon RRoyal Netherlands StrachanApril 14
A VesselVenezuelan Smith KellyApril 24
Chiron RRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 12
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Memnon RRoyal Netherlands Strachan April 14
Artemis RRoyal Netherlands Strachan April 21
A VesselVenezuelanSmith Kelly April 24
Aegis RRoyal Netherlands Slrachan May S
Chiron RRoyal Netherlands Strachan May 12
Isis RRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 19
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Antofagasta CHILE
CopiapoChilean itStrachan May 21
Arica CHILE
Nordglimt West CoastSoutheastern MaritimeMay 7
Copiapo Chilean 1 StrachanMay 21
Buenaventura COLOMBIA
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Hellenic HeroHellenic Dixie April 20
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Vishva Prem RT S C I Smith Kelly May 16
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Themayne Manchester Smith St Kelly May 8
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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 TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Company Bldg
TARVER SHIPPING COMPANY 105107 E Bay Street
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MERRY BROTHERS Augusta Georgia
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24 Drayton Street ROBERTS MARTIN W 105107 E Bay Street SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 E Bay Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
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STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Co Bldg
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ANDERSON SHIPPING CO American Building W G CARROLL INC
411 American Building COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC Realty Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building J K EBBERWEIN Suite 2089 Realty Bldg
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
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JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street E L MOBLEY 606 Realty Building
D J POWERS American Building
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
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411 American Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street
E L MOBLEY 606 Realty Building
D J POWERS American Building J W TARVER Arcade Building DONALD R WINTER 1518 Healey Bldg Atlanta Georgia
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Webster defines revolution as a total or radical change
To many port people containerization would appear to exceed Websters definition and become instead a manysided monster difficult to grapple with because as yet the hand holds are not too clearly defined
And in times of revolution one cannot look into the past to judge the future rather one must look into the future to judge the future And the future of containers for Savannah appears to be bright
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We are handling containers now with direct service to both Europe Y and AustraliaNew Zealand with fv more services to other areas of the world in the process of being added
il The Southeast with its capital in Atlanta has but a limited industrialization past possibly only two r or three decades But today an 1 m industrial revolution is taking place in the Southeast so therefore Georgias future and ours is just beginning and container traffic looms J p prominently on the horizon as a part of the new picture
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W D Trippe Cedartown Vice Chairman Howell Hollis Columbus
Thomas M Johnson Savannah Robert H Tharpe Atlanta
A M Harris Sr Brunswick J Willis Conger Bainbridge
Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie Secretary Anton F Solms Jr Savannah Attorney
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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
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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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HOLLAND AMERICA CONTAINERS 8
CONTAINER CONCEPT 10
PORT PERSONALITIES PROGRESS 12
BABCOCK WILCOX ANNIVERSARY 14
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA 16
ATLANTA TRANSPORTATION MEET 18
HARBOR IMPROVEMENT 20
SAILING SCHEDULE 23
DIRECTORY OF PORT SERVICES 27
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY I Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
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The NS Savannah returns for her second visit to her home port the Garden City terminal of the Georgia Ports Authority For complete story see page 4 For free color print offer of NS Savannah see back cover
Georgia AnchorAge is published bimonthly 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 Georaia Ports Authority
With apologies to Thomas Wolfe we say You can go home again Particularly if you are the sleek undisputed Queen of the high seas the NS Savannah
For some time prior to her arrival in Savannah the news media had established the fact that the Good Lady was returning home not as a show piece but as a working ship and no visitors would be allowed
She arrived on Schedule in the early morning of May 25 on what was to be her last voyage before joining the mothball fleet There was no fanfare The only flotilla that greeted her were two business like tugs of Atlantic Towing Company
When she reached downtown Savannah her loyal fans were there hundreds of Savannahians lined the waterfront with a warm welcome for their Fair Lady
No colorful ships flags flew from her mast her decks were loaded with cargoshe was indeed a working ship but still as stately and as proud as she was in 1962 when she visited her home port on her maiden voyage
As soon as the Savannah docked at the Garden City terminal of the Georgia Ports Authority her rebirth began
She began to load the largest cargo of her career and was scheduled to leave home port the next day with a record cargo on board destined for the Far East
Then word came that the U S House Appropriations Committee had blocked plans to lay up the proud ship by including in an omnibus 219 billion appropriation bill with 33 million to keep the Savannah afloat
U S Congressman G Elliott Hagan who had pushed the fight to save the Savannah as did Georgia Senators Russell and Talmadge arrived in Savannah to announce the news personally to the crew and members of the Savannah Maritime Association at a luncheon on board the Savannah
Accompanying Representative Hagan were Frank Harden and Jackson Weaver of the famed WMAL Harden and Weaver radio show of Washington D C whom he praised highly for their efforts in publicizing Save the Savannah in the Washington D C area
Yes Mr Wolfe you can go home again and we all hope the NS Savannah does so soon
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Congressman G Elliott Hagan along with Frank Harden and Jackson Weaver of Washington D C Radio WMAL and Capt Austin D Cushman Jr skipper of the NS Savannah look on as the Savannah takes on the largest cargo of her career while visiting her home port The Savannah left the Garden City Terminals of the Georgia Ports Authority with a record load of general cargo destined for Far Eastern ports Strachan Shipping Company is agent for the American Export Isbrandtsen Lines who operate the NS Savannah
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To combine all that has been written on the subject of containerization one must visualize a stack of the Congressional records dating back to the birth of our nation throwing in the last twenty years issues of the Sears Roebuck catalogue
Ninety percent of this information crosses my desk I have read most of it and have been convinced that containerization is the key to the future of the transportation industry
After absorbing some of the voluminous materials I came to the happy realization that our port facilities were designed with containers in mind Our 57 foot margins and 35 ton gantry cranes were ideally suited for the new container concept
Being of the old school I am convinced that book learning is not even a close second to experience therefore I decided to investigate the container craze firsthand I first journeyed some 250 miles to north Georgia to visit the Thomas Pride Mills Division of Fulton Industries I met Wayne Talley Traffic Manager for Thomas Pride Mills and toured their modern carpet mill in Calhoun Ga
Mr Talley was a firm believer in containers having just shipped some sealed units to Savannah for export
Having missed the loading procedure at Thomas Pride Mills I made haste back to Savannah to catch the containers being loaded on the SS Kamperdyk destined for Europe
In the berth adjoining the Kamperdyk another Holland America Lines vessel was discharging 40 and 20 foot containers loaded with textile machinery from Germany destined to Abney Mills Brandon Dryer Felt Plant in Greenville S C
Realizing the speed involved with the movement of container cargo I hastily took photographs and made quick tracks to Greenville S C
I arrived in time to actually visualize just what all of the writers had been trying to get across to me in their mountains of words I saw the trucks arrive at Abney Mills new plant location I watched as one of the workmen broke the seal and swung open the doors to discharge the valuable machinery at the plant site Even though I had read what to expect I must admit I was surprised to see that heavy equipment just as it must have looked to the German craftsman when he sealed the container no shifting no damage of any kind Containerization had delivered the goods from Germany to plant site I was convinced containerization is here to stay
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MooreMcCormacks SS Brasil passes Riverside Park on a beautiful Sunday in Savannah On one of thfee trips out of the city the vessel took on passengers at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Ocean terminal for a Caribbean cruise Strachan Shipping Co is agent for the ship
COMMERCIAL ATTACHE HOLDS SAVANNAH SEMINAR
Walter Lubkeman third from right foreign service official who has recently returned from Milan Italy and will be assigned in Panama City Panama held a foreign trade seminar at the Savannah Field Office U S Department of Commerce Mr Lubkeman talked with those interested in Italian economics and trade opportunities during his oneday visit May 5th
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GPA Opens
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In keeping with its policy of Customer Service the Georgia Ports Authority completes its Circles of Service by opening a sales office in Tokyo Japan
In making the announcement Robert C Norman Chairman of the Georgia Ports Authority stated With a complex of Stateside sales offices in Atlanta New York and Chicago the GPA in 1962 extended its Circles of Service to Bonn West Germany The overwhelming success of the GPAs European office was the prime reason for the opening of the Far Eastern GPA office
The Georgia Ports Authority was indeed fortunate in acquiring Mr Makio Yamada as its Far Eastern Representative who brings into the Georgia Ports Authoritys organization many years of Far Eastern shipping experience
Mr Yamada will be assisted by Mr Isao Togioka who has been associated with the Japanese shipping industry for the past several years
Concerning the new Far Eastern office J D Holt Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority made note of the fact that Japan today ranks third in nations trading with the U S and went on to say The volume of raw materials and merchandise passing through Japanese ports has grown remarkably in the last several years swelling from about 350 million tons in fiscal 1959 to an estimated 700 million tons in fiscal 1965 This year the total should be at least 880 million tons and by 1969 it is estimated more than 1050 million tons will be handled by Japanese ports
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beginning a second hundred years of growth and progress
The Brunswick Works of The Babcock Wilcox Company is only 15 years old but it is an integral part of a worldwide operation that is marking its 100th anniversary in 1967
Since 1953 when the first products were shipped from the facility components for some of the Southeasts largest utility and industrial boilers have been fabricated at Brunswick
The ability of the Brunswick Works to produce quality work on a rigid schedule has been a contributing factor in BWs business upswing and has helped the company keep pace with customer demands for increased power
BW joined the Brunswick industrial community in 1952 when its boiler division purchased the facilities of a former shipyard from the Brunswick Port Authority
For the first few months of operation the facilities of the plant were used to fabricate the steel for the new BW plant at Wilmington By the eighth month 250 persons were employed and the first shipment of finished products had been made to the Georgia Power Company in Rome Ga
In January of 1955 Brunswick completed fabrication and shipment of its largest and bulkiest order 225 carloads of finished boiler products
In addition to supplying Georgia and the Southeast with quality prod
ucts BW also contributes to the areas economic growth through the use of the Port of Brunswick
In August of 1959 BW inaugurated the opening of new dock facilities by exporting 325 tons of boiler structural steel to Thailand Additional export shipments followed and by the end of the year more than 600 net tons were handled at the docks During the next two years 1600 tons were shipped Since then BW has been using the docks for exporting and receiving barge shipments of steel
More than 22000 tons of sheet and structural steel have been barged in and over 17000 tons of fabricated products have been exported to 18 foreign countries including Balboa Iran Spain Italy Japan Egypt Taiwan Brazil Chile India Argentina Pakistan Korea Yugoslavia Dominican Republic Sweden Thailand and Venezuela
Rail and truck movements of materials and products also is big business During the past seven years over 160000 tons of inbound and outbound steel have been handled at the Brunswick Works
Today 500 people are employed at the Brunswick Works under the supervision of Ralph E Carl manager The plant is engaged in the fabrication of flues ducts casing structural steel and related components for steam
generating equipment used by both foreign and domestic electric utility and other industrial concerns
There is nothing automatic about building a boiler Carl says No two boilers are made exactly the same Unlike many industries where standardization permits utilization of mass production techniques boilers must be tailormade to meet customer specifications
Intricate scheduling is essential to the Brunswick operation From detailed drawings instructions are painted on steel plates and structuralshapes by layout men to begin the production cycle Machine operators follow these instructions in cutting bending drilling machining and welding the steel into functional designs and the finished product
The Babcock Wilcox Company has total assets of 392385000 which represents an investment of 13600 per employee Carl points out Hand in hand with this investment the company conducts regular training programs to upgrade employee skills
Over the years The Babcock Wilcox Company has pioneered many of the developments which have paced the steam generating industry Future developments will provide opportunities to assure continuing growth for BW and its Brunswick Works
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Dan Franks Personnel Supervisor BW Brunswick Works on right and Ralph Carl Works Manager BW Boiler Division Brunswick on left give Cecil Gnann Manager Brunswick State Docks a personal tour of the BW Brunswick Division during the companys 100th anniversary celebration
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The Brunswick Works of Babcock ilcox Company is big business in coastal Georgia employing 500 persons In water transportation alone over 22000 tons of sheet and structural steel have been barged in and o er 17000 tons of fabricated products have been exported via the Georgia Ports Authoritys Brunswick facility to eighteen foreign countries
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Past recipients of E Awards line up with Mr W E Dillard President of the Central of Georgia Railway Co They are from left to right Dale Hendrix Asst to Pres Diamond Mfg Co 1963 Joseph Harrison Executive V President C S National Bank 1965 James R Lientz Vice Pres Union Camp Corp 1964 Robert C Norman Chairman Ga Ports Authority 1963 and Mr Dillard
In the photo on the right proudly displaying the E Banner are W L Hopkins Jr Chairman Savannah REEC Mr Dillard Senator Talmadge and James M Mclntire Director Savannah Field Office U S Dept of Commerce
The Central of Georgia Railway Company a subsidiary of the Southern Railway System serving the Southeastern U S received President Johnsons E Certificate for Export Service on May 30th for promoting foreign sales of industry in the area it covers according to James W Mclntire Director Savannah Field Office U S Department of Commerce
United States Senator Herman E Talmadge of Georgia represented Secretary of Commerce Alexander B Trowbridge and presented the Award to William E Dillard Central President at a dinner scheduled at 630 pm in the Savannah Electric and Power Company Building under the auspices of the Savannah Regional Export Expansion Council and the Savannah Field Office of the U S Department of Commerce
The Central of Georgia has been engaged in export promotion for 14 years with particular attention paid to fostering trade through the Port of Savannah
Central first was interested in the possibilities of foreign sales promotion in 1963 when asked by the Savannah Regional Export Expansion Council and the Savannah Field Office to join in the
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Target Ten Thousand program to bring more industries into the national export sales effort More than 600 firms were contacted in this initial drive
The railroad sales representatives worked with exporters and the company now has established railhighway loading and hauling facilities to take advantage of the growing popularity of containerized service
To boost business through the Port of Savannah the railroad encouraged the State Government to build bulk handling facilities there to share in the rich kaolin clay movement
Central of Georgia and the Georgia Port Authority also cooperate in getting transportation data into the hands of the exporters
The citation for the Export Award said that the farsighted export services program undertaken by Central of Georgia has fostered a marked increase in exports from the area and reflects credit on management employees and the American Free Enterprise System
The Award consists of a citation signed in the name of President Johnson by Secretary Trowbridge and an E flag and E lapel buttons
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belief that it is the destiny of the city of Atlanta to become a major transportation and shipping center for the entire world was expressed by Governor Lester Maddox of Georgia in an address he delivered at a dinner the night of May 18 in the new Regency Hyatt House in Atlanta that climaxed observance of National Transportation Week in that city
Nearly 500 persons including transportation company officials industrial and commercial traffic executives and government officials and their wives attended the NTW dinner
Gov Maddox was introduced by W D Trippe vicechairman of the Georgia Ports Authority Serving as toastmaster was C David Clark southern advertising manager for Traffic World Claude Newman director of trade and commerce for the Georgia Ports Authority was National Transportation Week chairman for the state of Georgia
Gov Maddox said at the beginning of his address that National Transportation Week held significance for Atlanta because of the fact that transportation has played such an enormous role in the citys birth growth and development
The difference between what Marthasville was many years ago and what Atlanta is today is due in the largest part to transportation he said adding
Atlanta is truly the hub of the southeast and it is our destiny I believe to become a major transportation and shipping center for the entire world In a little more than
100 years Atlanta has grown to the point where transportation is a key industry
We are served today by seven major railroads operating over 13 different lines in and out of the city Two of these railroads are headquartered here in Atlanta no less than 87 railroads have offline offices here
Atlanta has two of the countrys most modern electronic freight yards operated by the Southern and the L N and at least 171 regulated motor carriers are registered with the Georgia Public Service Commission to serve Atlanta Eleven of these carriers are headquartered in Atlanta and one of them is the largest wholly refrigerated line in the entire nation
We have the fourth busiest airport in the nation with more than 650 scheduled flights each day
Transport Regulation Pioneer
Our state was one of the first in the nation to establish a state regulatory body for utilities including transportation companies
The Georgia Public Service Commission established in 1879 outdates the Interstate Commerce Commission by some eight years
The Public Service Commission led the fight to eliminate inequitable rates for shipping to and from the entire south an accomplishment which has proven to be a prime factor in bringing to our state many new and expanded industrial firms That action also can be credited in large measure to Atlantas becoming the distribution center of the south
From its birth through its growth and de
velopment to the present great city of Atlanta I think we might say that our capital city is the child of transportation
In addition to the transportation facilities I have already mentioned we have two major crosscountry pipelines for refined petroleum products both headquartered in Atlanta
Three very important organizations are located in Atlanta as a direct result of transportation importance of the city They are the Southern Freight Association a most important rate rules and regulatory body for all railroad interests in the southeastern states the Southern Motor Carriers Rate Conference serving the same function and purpose for the truck lines and the Atlanta Freight Bureau a professional group organized by leading shippers to protect their interests
River Navigation Project
Modern barge service is relatively new to Georgia but we have modern and active terminals at Augusta Bainbridge and Columbus
Along this same line several groups organizations and individuals are actively seeking the extension of navigation on the Chattahoochee River from Columbus to Atlanta My administration has joined with city and county officials in support of furthering this development and I am confident that this will be accomplished hopefully within our lifetimes
Affiliated services to transportation such as public warehousing freight forwarders and consolidators are continuing to add to the already impressive list of reasons for Atlantas growth to continue and accelerate
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COL WILLIAM L BARNES District Engineer
June 15 Savannah District Army Engineers opened bids today on the first phase of the 157 million plan of improvement for Savannah Harbor
A bid of 2616190 from the Potashnik Dredging Co Inc of Fort Lauderdale Fla was the apparent low bid on the first construction The government estimate for the work was 3465875
The job calls for constructing a turning basin 900 feet by 1000 feet at the Atlantic Coast Line Terminal and widening and deepening the channel from that point to the Atlantic Bar at Tybee Island Contract time is 420 calendar days
The Overall 157 Million Project
It is proposed to modify the existing project for Savannah Harbor by deep
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The Kings Island Turning Basin located in the upper end of the harbor above the Garden City Terminal already has been enlarged from 600 by 700 feet to 900 by 1000 feet A dredging operation costing 438051 was completed in February 1965
ening 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 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 exist
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This plan calls for building a tide J gate structure across Back River in the vicinity of the U S Highway 17A r C bridge with a sedimentation basin placed immediately downstream and a v r drainage canal between Front and Back River about four miles upstream from the gates in the vicinity of the Savannah Sugar Refinery
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The sediment basin as proposed will y be 40 feet deep 600 feet wide and about 2 miles long with an entrance channel 300 feet wide and 40 to 38 feet 4 deep The tide gate structure which is provided to increase the efficiency of the sediment basin will have a 14gate jf section 1172 feet long connected to spoil dikes on each side of Back River Lx by hydraulic fill earth sections about 3300 feet long The tidal gate will be controlled to open during incoming
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The widening and deepening plan of r improvement when in place will accommodate the tonnages and drafts of vessels projected to the year 2015 The I annual tonnage in the Port of Savannah is expected to double by 1990 and increase to 145 million tons by 2015
CURRENT PROJECT
SAVANNAH HARBORLocated on the coast of Georgia the Savannah Harbor comprises the lower 213 miles of the Savannah River and has a channel extending 97 miles across a bar at the harbor entrance to provide access from deep water in the Atlantic Ocean The 12foot Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway passes through the harbor and a 9foot channel has been completed by the Army Engineers for the river section extending upstream from Savannah to Augusta
Ga a distance of 199 miles
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EAST AFRICA Mombasa Tanga Dar es Salaam Zanzibar
Mormaclrade RTRobin SirachanJuly 5
African SunFarrell hs Southeastern Maritime July 11
African MeteorFarrell Southeastern Maritime Aug 8
SOUTH AFRICA Walvis Bay Capetown Pt Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques Beira
Mormaclrade RTRobin StrachanJuly 5
African SunFarrell Southeastern MaritimeJuly 11
S A Alphen RTSouth African MarineSmith KellyJuly 18
Robin GrayRobin StrachanJuly 18
Australian Reef Farrell Southeastern Maritime July 26
African Meteor Farrell Southeastern MaritimeAug 8
S A Weltevreden RTSouth African Marine Smith Kelly Aug 9
Tamatave MADAGASCAR
Robin Gray Robin StrachanJuly 18
WEST AFRICA Dakar Conakry Freetown Monrovia Abidjan Takoradi Tema LagosApapa
African CrescentFarrell Southeastern MaritimeJuly 10
THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Ammon RRoyal Netherlands
SirachanJuly 7
Kingston JAMAICA
Charis R Osiris R Royal Netherlands Royal Netherlands Strachan Sirachan July 14 July 28
V 1 4 PortauPrince Osiris R HAITI Royal Netherlands Sirachan June 30
Charis R Royal Netherlands Strachan July 14
Osiris R Royal Netherlands Strachan July 28
Port of Spain TRINIDAD
Ammon RRoyal Netherlands StrachanJuly 7
Mormacelm TMooreMcCormack Sirachan July 10
Mormacpenn RTMooreMcCormack StrachanJuly 26
Santo Domingo DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Osiris RRoyal Netherlands SirachanJune 30
Charis RRoyal Netherlands SirachanJuly 14
Osiris RLRoyal Netherlands 1 StrachanJuly 28
CENTRAL AMERICA
Balboa CANAL ZONE Imperial RT Chilean Strachan July 3
Colon PANAMA Cornelia B I Uiterwyk Stevens July 15
Cristobal CANAL ZONE
Imperial RT Chilean StrachanJuly 3
Nord Glimt West CoastSoutheastern Maritime July 15
Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
Barcelona SPAIN
NogahZim SouthernJuly 8
Marjorie LykesLykes Brothers StrachanJuly 8
Vera CruzFahre HohensteinJuly 12
Slovenija JugolinijaSmith KellyJuly 13
Mazal Zim SouthernJuly 20
Joseph LykesLykes Brothers StrachanJuly 29
Malaga Fahre HohensteinJuly 30
QeshetZim SouthernAug 10
Beirut LEBANON
Turkia
Hellenic StevensJuly 13
Cartagena SPAIN
Marjorie Lykes
Lykes Brothers Strachan July 8
Genoa ITALY
Giove
Marjorie Lykes
Vera Cruz
Slovenija
Turkia
V Pisani
Joseph Lykes
Malaga
Goran Kovacic
CreoleSmith KellyJuly 3
Lykes Brothers StrachanJuly 8
Fabre HohensteinJuly 12
Jugolinija Smith KellyJuly 13
Hellenic Stevens July 13
Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeJuly 24
Lykes Brothers StrachanJuly 29
Fabre HohensteinJuly 30
JugolinijaSmith ft KellyAug 6
Haifa ISRAEL
Nogah
MazalL
Qeshet
Southern
Southern
Southern
July 8 July 20 Aug 10
Koper YUGOSLAVIA
Goran KovacicfkJugolinija
Smith KellyAug 6
Leghorn ITALY
Marjorie LykesLykes Brothers
Vera CruzFabre
TurkiaHellenic
V PisaniSidarma
MalagaFabre
Strachan
Hohenstein
Stevens
Southeastern Maritime Hohenstein
July 8 July 12 July 13 July 24 July 30
Lisbon PORTUGAL
MalagaBp Fabre
HohensteinJuly 30
Marseilles FRANCE
Vera Cruz Fabre
V PisaniSidarma
MalagaFabre
Hohenstein
Southeastern Maritime Hohenstein
July 12 July 24 July 30
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Naples ITALY
Giove
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Sloveni a
Turiti
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Lykes Brothers Sirachan July 8
Jugolinija Smith Kelly July 13
Hellenic Stevensfi July 13
Piraeus GREECE
NogahZim Southern
TurkiaHellenic Stevens
MazalZim Southern
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Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
Slovenija A Jugolinija
Goran KovacicJugolinija
Smith Kelly Smith Kelly
July 13 Aug 6
Salnica GREECE
TurkiaHellenic
StevensJuly 13
Santa Cruz
GioveCreole
Vera Cruz Fabre
V Pisani vi Sidarma
Smith KellyJuly 3
HohensteinL July 12
Southeastern MaritimeJuly 24
Tarragona
Malagaf Fabre
Hohenstein July 30
Trieste TRIESTE
GioveCreole
Smith KellyJuly 3
Tunis TUNISIA
Marjorie LykessuLykes Brothers
Joseph LykesLykes Brothers
Strachan
Sirachan
July 8 July 29
Valencia
Vera CruzFabre
MalagaI Fabre
HohensteinJuly 12
HohensteinJuly 30
Venice ITALY
Giove Creole Smith KellyJuly 3
Marjorie LykesLykes Brothers Strachan July 8
Slovenija JugolinijaSmith Kelly July 13
Joseph LykesJSJfflli Lykes Brothers JpE StrachanJuly 29
Goran Kovacic Jugolinija Smith Kelly Aug 6
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
HilversumIndependent GulfSmith St KellyJuly 8
KerkedykHollandAmerica HohensteinJuly 12
Magdalene VinnenOzeanSlinnes Southeastern MJuly 13
American HarvesterUnited States StrachanJuly 21
LutjenburgOzeanSlinnes Southeastern M July 27
KorendykHollandAmerica Hohenstein Aug 3
Itlersum Independent GulfSmith KellyAug 5
HasselburgtOzeanStinnes Southeastern M Aug 10
Pioneer TideUnited States StrachanAug 10
KamperdykHollandAmerica Hohenstein Aug 12
American ManufacturerUnited States StrachanAug 13
Antwerp BELGIUM
American Leader
Amenity
Hilversum
Kerkedyk
Magdalene Vinnen
Evgenia
American Harvester
Festivity
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Bremen GERMANY
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BremenBremerhaven GERMANY
American HarvesterUnited States StrachanJuly 21
Pioneer Tide United States Strachan Aug 10
American Manufacturer United Stales StrachanAug 13
Hamburg GERMANY
Amenity Regent
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KerkedykJHollandAmerica
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Smith Kellyin July 8
HohensteinJuly 12
Southeastern MJuly 13
EvgeniaVega
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Texas RTWilhelmsenSwed
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Korendyk HollandAmerica
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Hasselburg OzeanStinnes
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KamperdykHollandAmerica
Southern July 5
Smith St Kelly July 8
Hohenstein July 12
Southeastern M July 13
Stevens July 18
StevensJuly 18
SouthernJuly 22
AtlanticStrachanJuly 24
Southeastern M July 27
Hohenstein Aug 3
Smith St Kelly Aug 5
Southeastern MAug 10
Southern Aug 10
StrachanAug 10
HohensteinAug 12
Le Havre FRANCE
Kerkedyk HollandAmerica HohensteinJuly 12
Texas RTWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachan July 24
KorendykHollandAmerica HohensteinAug 3
KamperdykHollandAmerica HohensteinAug 12
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
AmenityRegent
HilversumIndependent Gulf
KerkedykHollandAmerica
Magdalene VinnenOzeanStinnes
EvgeniaVega
American HarvesterUnited States Sirachan July 21
Festivity Regent Southern July 22
Texas RTWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan July 24
LutjenburgOzeanStinnes Southeastern M July 27
KorendykHollandAmerica Hohenstein Aug 3
ItlersumIndependent Gulf Smith St Kelly Aug 5
HasselburgOzeanStinnes Southeastern M Aug 10
Audacity Regent Southern Aug 10
Pioneer TideUnited States StrachanAug 10
KamperdykHollandAmerica Hohenstein Aug 12
American ManufacturerUnited States StrachanAug 13
PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
City of WinchesterAm AustralianSmith St Kelly July 4
City of MelbourneAm St AustralianSmith St KellyJuly 10
Port Alfred RP Port Sirachan July 10
Halifax Star R Blue Star Southern July 13
DevonAm Australian Smith St Kelly July 22
African DawnFarrell Southeastern Maritime July 27
America Star R Blue Star Southern Aug 2
City of Birkenhead Am St Australian Smith St Kelly Aug 7
African Moon Farrell Southeastern Maritime Aug 17
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
Port Victor RP Port
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
Sirachan
City of Winchester City of Melbourne Port Alired RP
Halifax Star R
Cap Ortegal RT
Devon
Cap Flinders
African Dawn
Cap Roca RT
America Star R
City of Birkenhead African Moon
Am AustralianSmith St Kelly
Am St Australian Smith St Kelly
Port Strachan
Blue Star Southern
Columbus Southern
Am AustralianSmith St Kelly
Columbus Southern
Farrell Southeastern Maritime
Columbus Southern
Blue Star Southern
Am St Australian Smith St Kelly Farrell Southeastern Maritime
Bugo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil A LunaMaritime of Phils Southeastern M
Phil RizalMaritime of Phils Southeastern M
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July 4 July 10 July 10 July 13 July 17 July 22 July 2 July 27 July 31 Aug 2 Aug 7 Aug 17
July 23 July 27
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Osmena RTP United Philippine SouthernJuly 5
Phil Pres Quirino RTP United Philippine Southern July 14
Phil A Luna Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern MJuly 23
Phil Rizal Maritime of Phils Southeastern M July 27
Phil P Magsaysay RTP United Philippine Southern Aug 1
Don AntonioUnited Philippine Southern Aug 14
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Osmena RTP United Philippine SouthernJuly 5
Phil Pres Quirino RTP United Philippine SouthernJuly 14
Phil A LunaMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M July 23
Phil RizalMaritime of Phils Southeastern MJuly 27
Phil P Magsaysay RTP United Philippine SouthernAug 1
Don AntonioUnited Philippine Southern Aug 14
Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
Port Victor RP1Port
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Fremantle AUSTRALIA
Port Alfred RPPort StrachanJuly 10
African DawnFarrell Southeastern MaritimeJuly 27
Hobart TASMANIA
African DawnFarrell
Southeastern MaritimeJuly 27
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Phil Pres Osmena RTP United Philippine SouthernJuly 5
Export Adventurer RTAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanJuly 7
Phil Pres Quirino RTPUnited Philippine SouthernJuly 14
Phil A LunaMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M July 23
Oriental InventorOrient Overseas Thor EckertJuly 24
Phil RizalMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M July 27
Export Challenger RTAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanJuly 30
Phil P Magsaysay RTP United Philippine SouthernAug 1
Don AntonioUnited Philippine Southern Aug 14
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Phil Pres Quirino RTP United Philippine Southern
Phil A Luna Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Phil RizalMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Phil P Magsaysay RTP United Philippine Southern
Don AntonioUnited Philippine Southern
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Inchon KOREA
Export Adventurer RTAm Export Isbrandlsen Strachan
Export Challenger RT Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Hai ChienChina Merchants Southern
Export Adventurer RTAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Export Challenger RT Am Export Isbrandlsen Strachan
Hai FuChina Merchants Southern
July 7 July 30
July 5 July 7 July 30 Aug 8
Keelung FORMOSA
Hai ChienChina Merchants Southern
Colorado MaruK Line Stevens
Export Adventurer RTr Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Oriental InventorOrient Overseas Thor Eckert
Oregon MaruK Line Stevens
Export Challenger RT Am Export Isbrandlsen Strachan
France MarufKf Line Stevens
Hai FuChina Merchants Southern
Kobe JAPAN
Hai ChienChina Merchants Southern
Phil Pres Osmena RTjP United Philippine Southern
Colorado MaruK Line Stevens
Export Adventurer RT Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Mogamisan Maru RT MitsuiO S K Strachan
Saitama Maru RT N Y K Strachan
Kamoharu Maru YamashitaShinnihonSmith Kelly
Phil Pres Quirino RTP United Philippine Southern
Sumida Maru RT N Y K Strachan
Oriental Inventor Orient Overseas Thor Eckert
Oregon Maru K Line Stevens
Export Challenger RT Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Phil P Magsaysay RTP United Philippine Southern
France MaruK Line Stevens
Hai FuChina Merchants Southern
Norfolk Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan
Yamatoshi Maru YamashitaShinnihonSmith Kelly
Don AntonioUnited Philippine Southern
July 5 July 6 July 7 July 24 July 25 July 30 Aug 2 Aug 8
July July July July July July July 13 July 14 July 23 July 24 July 25 July 30 Aug 1 Aug 2 Aug 8 Aug 10 Aug 14 Aug 14
Lyttelton NEW ZEALAND
Port Victor RPPort
Strachan
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Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Osmena RTP United Philippine Southern
Export Adventurer RT Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Phil Pres Quirino RTP United Philippine Southern
Phil A Luna Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Phil Rizal Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Export Challenger RT Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Phil P Magsaysay RTP United Philippine Southern
Don Antonio United Philippine Southern
July 5 July 7 July 14 July 23 July 27 July 30 Aug 1 Aug 14
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
City of WinchesterAm AustralianSmith Kelly
City of Melbourne Am 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly
Port Alfred RP Port Strachan
Halifax Star RBlue Star Southern
Cap Ortegal RTColumbus Southern
Devon Am 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly
Cap FlindersColumbus Southern
African DawnFarrell Southeastern Maritime
Cap Roca RT Columbus Southern
America Star R Blue Star Southern
City of BirkenheadAm 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly
Australian GulfFarrell Southeastern Maritime
July 4 July 10 July 10 July 13 July 17 July 22 July 26 July 27 July 31 Aug 2 Aug 7 Aug 17
Port Kembla
African DawnFarrell
African Moon Farrell
Sleamship Line
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Southeastern MaritimeJuly 27
Southeastern MaritimeAug 17
Pusan KOREA
Export Adventurer RT Am Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 7
Oriental InventorOrient Overseas Thor EckertJuly 24
Export Challenger RT Am Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 30
Sydney AUSTRALIA
City of Winchester
City of Melbourne
Port Alfred RP
Halifax Star R
Cap Ortegal RT
Devon
Cap Flinders
African Dawn
Cap Roca RT
America Star R
City of Birkenhead
Australian Gulf
Am 8c AustralianSmith 8c KellyJuly 4
Am 8c AustralianSmith KellyJuly 10
Pott StrachanJuly 10
Blue Star SouthernJuly 13
Columbus SouthernJuly 17
Am 8c AustralianSmith 8c KellyJuly 22
Columbus SouthernJuly 26
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeJuly 27
Columbus SouthernJuly 31
Blue Star Southern Aug 2
Am 8c Australian Smith 8c KellyAug 7
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeAug 17
Wellington NEW ZEALAND
Port Victor RPjpjPort StrachanAug 1
Yokohama JAPAN
Hai ChienChina Merchants SouthernJuly
Phil Pres Osmena RTP United Philippine Southern July
Colorado MaruK Line Stevens July
Export Adventurer RT Am Export Isbrandtsen BBl Strachan July
Mogamisan Maru RT i MitsuiO S KSB Strachan July
Saitama Maru RT N Y K Strachan July
Kamoharu Maru YamashitaShinnihonSmith 8c Kelly July 13
Phil Pres Quirino RTP United Philippine Southern July 14
Sumida Maru RT N Y K Strachan July 23
Oriental InventorOrient Overseas Thor EckertJuly 24
StevensJuly 25
Strachan July 30
SouthernAug 1
StevensAug 2
SouthernAug 8
StrachanAug 10
Oregon MaruK LI i Ml
Export Challenger RT Am Export Isbrandtsen Phil P Magsaysay RTP United Philippine
France MaruK Line
Hai FuChina Merchants
Norfolk MaruMitsuiO S K
Yamatoshi MaruYamashitaShinnihonSmith KellyAug 14
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernAug 14
PERSIAN GULF
Port Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic DestinyHellenic StevensJuly 16
Hellenic Laurel Hellenic StevensJuly 27
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Aden ADEN
JaladutaI Scindia
Smith KellyJuly 30
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Hellenic DestinyHellenic
Stale of Punjab S C 1
Hellenic LaurelHellenic
StevensJuly 16
Smith 8c KellyJuly 27
Stevens July 27
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic DestinyHellenic Stevens July 16
Stale of PunjabS C ISmith ft KeUyJuly 27
Hellenic Laurel Hellenic Stevens July 27
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Copenhagen DENMARK
Texas RTWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanJuly 24
Nagoya JAPAN
Colorado Maru K Line Stevens July 6
Mogamisan Maru RT MitsuiO S K Strachan July 8
Saitama Maru RT N Y K Strachan July 9
Kamoharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon Smith Kelly July 13
Sumida Maru RT N Y K Strachan July 23
Oriental Inventor Orient Overseas Thor Eckert July 24
Oregon Maru K Line Stevens Julv 25
France Maru K Line Stevens 2
Norfolk Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan Aug 10
Yamatoshi Maru YamashitaShinnihon Smith 8c Kelly Aug 14
Napier NEW ZEALAND
Port Victor RP Port Strachan 1

New Plymouth NEW ZEALAND
Pori Victor RP Port Strachan Aug 1
Osaka JAPAN
Colorado Maru K Line Stevens July 6
Export Adventurer RT Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan July 7
Mogamisan Maru RT MitsuiO S K Strachan July 8
Saitama Maru RT N Y K Strachan July 9
Kamoharu Maru Smith Kelly July 13
Sumida Maru RT N Y K Strachan July 23
Oregon Maru K Line Stevens July 25
Export Challenger RT Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan July 30
France Maru K Line Stevens 2
Norfolk Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan Aug 10
Yamatoshi Maru Y amashi taShinnihon Smith 8c Kelly Aug 14
Gdynia POLAND
Texas RTWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachan July 24
Gothenburg SWEDEN
Texas RTl WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJuly 24
HelsinkiTurku FINLAND
Texas RTWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachan July 24
Malmo SWEDEN
Texas RTWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJuly 24
Norrkoping SWEDEN
Texas RT WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJuly 24
Oslo NORWAY
Texas RT WilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanJuly 24
Stockholm SWEDEN
Texas RTWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJuly 24
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
SalvadorIvaran Southern July 5
Mormacelm TMooreMcCormack StrachanJuly 10
Montevideo Ivaran Southern July 18
Mormacpenn RTMooreMcCormack 3B StrachanJuly 26
Santos Ivaran SouthernAug 1
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Ammon RRoyal Netherlands
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Montevideo URUGUAY
SalvadorIvaran
Mormacelm TMooreMcCormack
MontevideoIvaran
Mormacpenn RTMooreMcCormack
Santos HiIvaran WM
Southern Strachan Southern Strachan Southern
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Paranagua BRAZIL
Mormacelm T MooreMcCormack StrachanJuly 10
Mormacpenn RT MooreMcCormack StrachanJuly 26
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
Loide NicaraguaLloyd Brasileiro Strachan July 2
SalvadorIvaran SouthernJuly 5
Mormacelm T MooreMcCormack Strachan July 10
Loide BoliviaLloyd Brasileiro Strachan July 24
MontevideoIvaran Southern July 18
Mormacpenn RTMooreMcCormack StrachanJuly 26
Santos Ivaran SouthernAug 1
Santos BRAZIL Loide Nicaragua Salvador Mormacelm T Lloyd Brasileiro Ivaran MooreMcCormack Strachan Southern Strachan
Loide Bolivia Lloyd Brasileiro Strachan
Montevideo Ivaran Southern
Mormacpenn RT MooreMcCormack Strachan
Santos Ivaran Southern
July 2 July 5 July 10 July 24 July 18 July 26 Aug 1
SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST
LaGuaira VENEZUELA
Ciudad de Maracaibo
Ammon R
Ciudad de Cumana
Ciudad de Maracaibo Ciudad de Cumana
Smith Kelly July
StrachanJuly
Venezuelan Royal Netherlands
VenezuelanSmith KellyJul
VenezuelanSmith Kelly Julj
VenezuelanSmith Kelly Aug
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
Osiris RRoya
Charis RRoya
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Ciudad de Maracaibo Venezuelan
Ciudad de CumanaVenezuelan
Ciudad de MaracaiboVenezuelan
Ciudad de CumanaVenezuelan
Smith KellyJuly 3
Smith Kelly July 17
Smith Kelly July 31
Smith Kelly Aug 14
MatanzasPuerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
Ammon RRoyal Netherlands StrachanJuly
Puerto Cabeilo VENEZUELA
Osiris R
Ciudad de Maracaibo
Ammon R
Charis R
Ciudad de Cumana
Osiris R
Ciudad de Maracaibo
Ciudad de Cumana
Royal Netherlands
Venezuelan
Royal Netherlands Royal Netherlands
Venezuelan
Royal Netherlands
Venezuelan
Venezuelan
Strachan June 30
Smith KellyJuly 3
Strachan July 7
StrachanJuly 14
Smith KellyJuly 17
Strachan July 28
Smith Kelly July 31
Smith KellyAug 14
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Africa CHILE
Nord GlimtWest Coast
Antofagasta CHILE
Imperial RTChilean
Southeastern Maritime Strachan
Arica CHILE
Imperial RTChilean
Strachan
Buenaventura COLOMBIA
Nord Glimt West Coast
Southeastern Maritime
Callao PERU
Imperial RTChilean
Nord Glimt West Coast
Strachan
Southeastern Maritime
Chanaral CHILE
Imperial RTChilean
Coquimbo CHILE
Imperial RT11Chilean
Guayaquil ECUADOR
Imperial RTChilean
Nord Glimt West Coast
Strachan
Southeastern Maritime
Iquique CHILE
Imperial RT
Matarani PERU
Imperial RT
Nord Glimt
Chilean
West Coast
Strachan
Southeastern Maritime
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Pimentl PERU
Nord GlimtWest Coast
Southeastern MaritimeJuly 15
Punta Arenas CHILE
Nord GlimtWest Coast
Southeastern MaritimeJuly 15
San Antonio CHILE
Imperial RT Chilean
Nord GlimtWest Coast
StrachanJuly 3
Southeastern MaritimeJuly 15
Talcahuano CHILE
Imperial RTChilean
Nord GlimtWest Coast
il StrachanJuly 3
Southeastern Maritime July 15
Tocopilla CHILE
Imperial RTChilean
StrachanJuly 3
Valparaiso CHILE
Imperial RTChilean
Nord GlimtWest Coast
SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA
Steel Fabricator RIsthmian
Vishva MayaS C I
Steel Maker RIsthmian
Hellenic Destiny Hellenic
Vishva ShantiS C 1
State ol Punjab S C I
Hellenic LaurelHellenic
Jaladuia Scindia
State oi Madhya Pradesh S C I Steel Director RIsthmian
StrachanJuly 3
Southeastern Maritime July IS
StrachanJuly 1
Smith KellyJuly 11
StrachanJuly 12
StevensJuly 16
Smith KellyJuly 26
Smith KellyJuly 27
StevensJuly 27
Smith KellyJuly 30
Smith KellyJuly 30
Strachan Aug 7
Chittagong PAKISTAN
Hellenic DestinyHellenic
Hellenic LaurelHellenic
Stevens
Stevens
July 16 July 27
Cochin INDIA
Vishva ShantiS C
Smith KellyJuly 26
Colombo CEYLON
Steel Scientist RIsthmian
Hellenic DestinyHellenic
Hellenic LaurelHellenic
Strachan
Stevens
Stevens
July 13 July 16 July 27
Karachi PAKISTAN
Steel Fabricator RIsthmian
Steel Maker RIsthmian
Steel Scientist RIsthmian
Hellenic DestinyHellenic
Hellenic LaurelHellenic
Steel Director RIsthmian
Strachan Strachan Strachan Stevens
Stevens Strachan
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Madras INDIA
Steel Fabricator RIsthmian
Vishva Maya S C I
Steel Maker RIsthmian
Steel Scientist RIsthmian
Vishva ShantiS C I
State of PunjabS C I
JaladuiaScindia
State of Madhya PradeshS C I
Steel Director RIsthmian
Strachan Smith Kelly
Strachan
Strachan
Smith Kelly Smith Kelly Smith Kelly Smith Kelly Strachan
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Avonmouth ENGLAND
TremayneManchester
Manchester RegimentManchester
Belfast IRELAND
Tremayne Manchester
Manchester RegimentManchester
Smith Kelly Smith Kelly
Smith k Kelly Smith Kelly
July 1 July 11 July 12 July 13 July 26 July 27 July 30 July 30 Aug 7
July 5 July 25
July 5 July 25
Dublin IRELAND
Tremayne Q Manchester
Manchester RegimentManchester
Smith Kelly Smith Kelly
July 5 July 25
Liverpool ENGLAND
American LeaderUnited States
American ReporterUnited States
London ENGLAND
American LeaderUnited States
EvgeniaVega
American ReporterUnited States
Manchester ENGLAND
TremayneManchester
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Steel Fabricator R Isthmian Strachan July 1
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17 Steel Scientist R Isthmian Strachan July 13
31 Hellenic Destiny Hellenic Stevens July 16
14 Vishva Shanti S C I Smith Kelly July 26
State of Punjab S C I Smith k Kelly July 27
Hellenic Laurel Hellenic Stevens July 27
30 Jaladuia Scindia Smith Kelly July 30
14 State of Madhya Pradesh S C I Smith Kelly July 30
28 Steel Director R Isthmian Strachan Aug 7
Strachan July 2
Strachan Aug 3
Strachan July 2
Stevens July 18 1
Strachan Aug 3
Kelly July 5 Iy
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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 soli dated Sailing Schedulers available from the Savannah
South African South American and the Far Eastern District Authority P 0 Box 768 Savannah Ga
Shipping Companies
HANSEN TIDEMANN 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 TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Company Bldg
TARVER SHIPPING COMPANY 105107 E Bay Street
Barge Service IntraCoastal
C G WILLIS INC Paulsboro N J
Barge Service Inland
MERRY BROTHERS Augusta Georgia
Stevedores
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 TERMINAL CO
26 E Bay Street
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Co Bldg
Foreign Freight Forwarders
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO 408 American Building W G CARROLL 411 American Building COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC Realty Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building J K EBBERWEIN Suite 2089 Realty Bldg
JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street
E L MOBLEY 606 Realty Building
D J POWERS American Building
Foreign Freight Forwarders
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SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street GEORGE W WISE JR
404 Realty Building
Custom House Brokers
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO 408 American Building W G CARROLL 411 American Building Savannah Georgia 721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta Georgia CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street
E L MOBLEY 606 Realty Building D J POWERS American Building J W TARVER Arcade Building DONALD R WINTER 721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta Georgia
Consuls
BRAZIL
Jack M Sayler Consul H DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen V consul H
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Ruben Diaz Consul C
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 Jorge Manrique Consul C H Honorary C Career
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SAVANNAH P O Box 1039 ADaras 61561 Teletype 8107845634 J D HOLT Executive Director
BRUNSWICK NEW YORK CHICAGO ATLANTA
P 0 Box 1758 233 Broadway COrtlandt 75731 200 So Michigan 1131 Healey Bldg
AMherst 58500 Teletype 2125711312 HArrison 78478 JAckson 51595
CECIL G GNANN JOE DOWNING 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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Now its both safe and easy for Southeastern exporters to offer credit on overseas sales 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 all the advantages of this CS International Department service Your success is our business at CS Georgias largest bank Southeastern banking partner to 72 out of the top 100 U S companies Winner of the Presidents E award for Export Leadership
INTERNATIONAL DEPARTMENTTHE CITIZENS SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK
ATLANTA Telephone 5883782 Area Code 404 P O Box 4899 Atlanta Ga 30302
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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
Time passes so quickly It was slightly more than four years ago that we opened our European office headquartered in Bonn West Germany
At that time Japan was emerging and showing promise of being one of the great trading nations of the world And now Japans expanding influence in international commerce is being registered in all parts of the world
The economy within Japan itself is booming and additionally substantial Japanese capital is being invested in diversified industries in all parts of the world
Trade between the United States and Japan now ranks third in volume among the nations of the world third to Canada and West Germany in that order
There is a lot going on in Japan and our men will be there
JULYAUGUST 1967
HOLT
AUTHORITY MEMBERS Robert C Norman Augusta Chairman
W D Trippe Cedartown Vice Chairman Howell Hollis Columbus
Thomas M Johnson Savannah Robert H Tharpe Atlanta
A M Harris Sr Brunswick J Willis Conger Bainbridge
Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie SecretaryTreasurer 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 8 NUMBER 4 JULYAUGUST 1967
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 FAR EASTERN OFFICE 4
NS SAVANNAH AT BRUNSWICK 8
PORT NEWS VIEWS 10
PORT PERSONALITIES PROGRESS 12
DOW CHEMICALCOLUMBUS 14
BAINBRIDGE INLAND PORT DAY 18
U S ARMY MOVEMENT 20
SAILING SCHEDULE 23
DIRECTORY OF PORT SERVICES 27
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
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Georgia AnchorAge is published bimonthly 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 Authority is happy to announce the opening of a Far Eastern Sales Office in Tokyo
The new office will bring instant assistance to the many Georgia Ports Authority customers in the Tokyo area The office will also serve as home base for Georgia Ports Authority representatives who will travel throughout the vast industrial complexes of Japan soliciting business for Georgias deep water ports of Brunswick and Savannah
The Georgia Ports Authority was indeed fortunate in acquiring Mr Yamada as its Far Eastern director This distinguished and capable Japanese executive has many years of shipping experience not only in Japan but also in the United States and Manila
Mr Yamada will be assisted by Mr Isao Togioka who has been associated with the Japanese shipping industry for the past several years
The hew office is located in the Nikkatsu International Building The complete mailing address is Georgia Ports Authority Far Eastern Office
Room 929 Nikkatsu International Bldg
11 YarakuCho Chiyodaku Tokyo Japan
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Opens Far Eastern Sales Office
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GPA
OPENS FAR EASTERN SALES OFFICE
For instant information on Georgias Deep Water Ports one needs only to telephone 2114556 in Tokyo
The Japanese office is a vital link in the chain of service offered by the Georgia Ports Authority who also operates sales offices in Atlanta Chicago New York and Bonn Germany Japan today ranks third in nations trading with the United States The volume of raw materials and merchandise passing through Japanese ports has grown remarkably in the last several years swelling from about 350 million tons in fiscal 1959 to an estimated 700 million tons in fiscal 1965 This year the total should be at least 880 million tons and by 1969 it is estimated more than 1050 million tons will be handled by Japanese ports
With an excellent Far Eastern shipping service note sailing schedule page 23 of this issue and the most modern deep water terminals on the South Atlantic the Georgia Ports Authority is honored to add the names of Messrs Yamada and Togioka to its world wide sales forces offering to you the utmost in customers service
Mr Yamada and Mr Togioka are pictured above in the modern offices of the Georgia Ports Authoritys Far Eastern Headquarters which are located in Room 929 Nikkaisu International Building 11 YarakuCho Chiyodaku Tokyo The Nikkaisu International Building below is on the Hibiya intersection which is one of the busiest traffic points in Tokyo
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Now twice monthly faster service from
US East Coast via Panama Canal to JAPAN KOREA
PHILIPPINES HONG KONG TAIWAN
For details contact your Forwarder or AEIL
American Export
ISBRANDTSEN LINES
STRACHAN SHIPPING CO
2 East Bryan Street Savannah Georgia 912 2346671
JULYAUGUST 1967
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N S SAVANNAH
VISITS
BRUNSWICK

In Ike photo above Captain Block Skipper of the NS SAVANNAH seems to be in the good hands of the U S Navy as he talks with Captain E D Holley Commanding Officer of the Glynco Naval Air Station and Admiral John M Will Ret Chairman of the Board of American Export Isbrandtsen Lines Below U S Congressman W S Stuckey 8ih District of Georgia chats with Admiral Will during the Babcock Wilcox Companys reception on board the SAVANNAH
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Recently the NS SAVANNAH swept silently into the Port of Brunswick Georgia on her first visit to that City The warmth of the greetings extended to the Ship by the citizens of Brunswick could be compared to the heat of the SAVANNAHs nuclear reactor
Ten years ago The Babcock Wilcox Company built the NS SAVANNAHs atomic propulsion system On this visit the SAVANNAH loaded some 433 tons of boiler components fabricated by the Brunswick Works of The Babcock Wilcox Companys Boiler Division
During the stay in Brunswick The Babcock Wilcox Company held a reception on board the SAVANNAH for shipping executives and many city county and state officials from the area The honored guest of the day was Admiral John M Will ret Chairman of the Board of American Export Isbrandt
sen Lines and its subsidiary First Atomic Ships Transport Co FAST operators of the NS SAVANNAH
Although social amenities ran high during the two day visit one could not forget that the SAVANNAH was a working ship for work she did discharging pineapple coconut tea footwear rope batteries and military household goods She loaded in addition to the 433 tons of boiler components wood pulp from nearby Jesups Rayonier a 16 ton electric transformer cigarette paper military household goods and tons of Georgia Clay
This story on the NS SAVANNAH can be best summed up by a letter the Georgia Ports Authority received from a member of her crew It reads in part I have never been to a port city where the people were friendlier or more helpful than the people of Savannah and Brunswick Georgia Everyone went out of their way to make us feel welcome
So long Savannahyawl hurry back
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BRIGADIER GENERAL ARTHUR HUROW ASSUMES COMMAND OF EASTERN AREA MTMTS
From its headquarters at the former Military Ocean Terminal Brooklyn EAMTMTS is responsible for arranging the movement of Department of Defensesponsored traffic through Atlantic Gulf and Great Lakes ports as well as the movement of domestic traffic within Eastern and Midwestern states by all modes of transportation Twentythree subordinate installations under EAMTMTS from Boston to the Gulf including Outports Military Air Traffic Coordinating Offices Military Ocean Terminals Resident Storage Offices and the St Louis and Atlanta Field Offices assist in this process
Also the responsibility of EAMTMTS is the operation of overseas water terminals in support of the U S Air Force and other agencies through nine U S Army Terminal Units in Europe the Mediterranean and the Near East In addition to budgetary responsibilities for over 80 million the command influences transportation expenditures of approximately threequarters of a billion dollars annually
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME STEAMSHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402 AGENTS FOR
310 East Bav Street P 0 Box 2747 9122348265 Alcoa Steamship Co
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 Brodin Lines
1746 East Adams Street P 0 Box 1504 9043538201 Farrell Lines
Insco Lines
SERVING Maritime Co of the Philippines
Canaveral Florida Port Royal South Carolina Motorships Inc
Fernandina Florida Charleston South Carolina OzeanStinnes Line
Jacksonville Florida Georgetown South Carolina Saguenay Shipping Ltd
Brunswick Georgia Wilmington North Carolina Sidarma Line
Savannah Georgia Morehead City North Carolina Wallenius Line
West Coast Lines
GENERAL HUROW
Brigadier General Arthur Hurow USA has assumed command of Eastern Area Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service EAMTMTS He was formerly the Assistant Commandant of the U S Army Transportation School at Fort Eustis Virginia
In a colorful ceremony on the Parade Ground of EAMTMTS Headquarters in Brooklyn New York on July 31 General Hurow accepted the command flag bearing the MTMTS arrow insigne from Brig Gen A J Montgomery USA
outgoing commander who retired after 30 years of Army service
Among the military and civic dignitaries in attendance were Major General John J Lane Commander Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service Washington D C who presented General Montgomery with the Distinguished Service Medal the militarys highest noncombatant award for eminently meritorious service during his tenure as Commander of EAMTMTS
EAMTMTS is one of two major subordinate commands of the Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service MTMTS a single manager agency combining the Defense Traffic Management Service the Army Terminal Commands the Army and Navy commonuser ocean terminals the Air Traffic Coordinating Office of the Army Navy and Air Force and other key traffic management functions formerly performed by the military services It is staffed by personnel of all three services The other major subordinate command is the Western Area
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Walter Hauser Named GPA Eastern Representative
J D Holt Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority has announced the appointment of Walter G Hauser as Eastern Regional Manager of the Authority
Hauser began his career in freight traffic as a messenger for one of the oldest customs house brokers in New York City After college he joined the Pennsylvania Railroad as a way bill clerk and advanced to freight solicitor
After military service he became associated with the United States Lines in 1947 which led to District Freight Manager in the Cleveland Ohio office then on to the Steel City Pittsburgh where he remained until joining the Georgia Ports Authority
Brunswick State Docks Have Full House
Business is booming at the Brunswick Terminals of the Georgia Ports Authority as this aerial photo clearly shows All four of the ships shown above the AMERICAN MANUFACTURER the ERICH RETZLAFF the CORNELIA B and the COSTA RICA were out of port soon after the photo was made The next day three more ships were in the Brunswick berths discharging cargo
SERVING SINCE 1870
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING P O Box 2808 Phone 2323151
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
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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 MISSOURI ST LOUIS MISSOURI CHICAGO ILLINOIS CINCINNATI OHIO MEMPHIS TENNESSEE ATLANTA GEORGIA
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LATE NEWS ITEM
US Lines Announce Container Service
United States Lines have announced the commencement of regular container service on their South Atlantic Line operating between the port of Savannah and major Continent and United Kingdom ports
The first of these vessels to have container cargo is the AMERICAN VETERAN from Savannah on October 23rd Complete piertopier or housetohouse services are offered
Savannah was selected as the pivotal port for this Service in the South Atlantic for regular flow of container traffic The related pool of container equipment has been located at the Garden City Terminal facilities of the Georgia Ports Authority with cargo arrangements and coordination of equipment all under the direction of United States Lines Savannah Agents Strachan Shipping Company This represents a major step forward in Savannahs role as the leading container port in the South Atlantic
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PROGRESS
K Lines
FRANCE MARU MAKES MAIDEN VOYAGE VISIT AT SAVANNAH
The FRANCE MARU K Lines new 13650 Ion highspeed cargo liner makes a maiden call at Savannah after crossing the Pacific in record time for a Japanese flag ship The vessel averaged 211 knots per hour in establishing the new record Below during a ships parly onboard the FRANCE MARU Charles B Ballard right Vice President and General Manager Stevens Shipping and Terminal Company and M Komatsu left Deputy Chief Representative Kawasaki Steamship Co Inc congratulate Captain S Taneko on his new record
Kline
KAWASAKI RISEN KAISHA LTD
Fast Reliable Service
SAVANNAH TO
FAR EAST
Calling Yokohama Kobe Nagoya Osaka Keelung Hong Kong Bangkok
Loads Savannah State Docks
STEVENS
SHIPPING TERMINAL COMPANY
26 East Bay Street Savannah 2338131
TLINE flew York INC
GENERAL AGENTS
29 Broadway New York N Y 10006 Phone 212 3444800
AftiJiiiiistir
SHIPPING COMPANY
408 American Building Savannah Georgia
Custom House Brokers Foreign Freight Brokers and Forwarders
CABLE ANSHIPCO TWX 9123541001 TELEX 546428
O BOX 794 Phone 2360259
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Dow Chemical Co
Begins Caustic Soda Movement Through Columbus
The arrival recently of the tug HUSLER with a 220 foot barge of caustic soda at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Columbus facility set in motion a new Dow Chemical Co distribution center
Dow Chemical is leasing a 15000 barrel storage tank for the caustic soda from the SOUTHEAST TERMINALS INC formerly Howell Whitaker Terminals and will distribute the caustic soda via rail and truck to Dows customers in Georgia Alabama Tennessee and Florida
John J Clemens general manager of Dows Atlanta office said Our company has been impressed with the industrial growth and the economic potential of the GeorgiaAlabama area and with Columbus as a distribution center of this area The new terminal is both a part of and a reflection of the growing industrial economic strength of this area Dow wants to share in this growth
All was ready when the first barge of caustic soda arrived at the Georgia Ports Authority Columbus terminal The cargo was discharged without a hitch into the especially constructed heated storage tank
Complete lab facilities are available at the Southeast Terminals for the many quality control checks that are required by Dow
Officials of Dow Chemical Co on hand for the opening of the new Columbus distribution facility were John Clemens general manager of Dows Atlanta office Jack Pinney district sales manager Ed Srouse sales representative and 0 P Starcher inspector quality assurance City and State officials present were Mayor P Ed Johnson State Representative Mac Pickard Charles E Crowder executive director of the Columbus Chamber of Commerce Charles Heath director industrial development Chamber of Commerce W B Tinker Walker manager Southeast Terminals Inc C E Walker member of the Georgia Ports Authority and many representatives of the transportation industry
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Standing at Southeast Terminals dockside pipelines is a delegation of city and company officials on hand to welcome the arrival of the first barge of caustic soda for Dow Chemical Companys new Columbus distribution facility They are left to right Charles Heath Columbus Chamber of Commerce industrial development director Charles E Crowder chamber executive director John J Clemens general manager of Dows Atlanta officer State Rep Mac Pickard Columbus Mayor B Ed Johnson C E Walker member of the Georgia Ports Authority and W B Tinker Walker manager Southeast Terminals Inc
In the photo on the left O P Starcher Dow Chemical Co and Tinker Walker look on as the HUSLER docks the 220 foot caustic soda barge
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Quality Control Is in the Capable Hands of Southeast Terminals w Mrs Janice Eddy
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John J Clemens
General Manager Dow Chemical Atlanta
Meet a workhorse
Thats what we call our K ships at HollandAmerica And you can depend on a workhorse to get the job done
The Ks are designed to handle all kinds of Gulf and South Atlantic cargo From packaged freight to refrigerated cargo to containers And with decks wide and unobstructed for odd shaped cargo
For frequent reliable workhorse service to and from Le Havre Antwerp Rotterdam Bremen and Hamburg contact
HollandAmerica Line
Agents Hohenstein Shipping Company Savannah and Atlanta
J K Ebberwein

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Inland Port Celebration
The citizens of Bainbridge Georgia are proud of their Port City and pull all stops to celebrate the port
Each year the annual Port Day festivities at Bainbridge exceed the previous effort This year the third annual was no exception thousands were in Bainbridge to see football floats fireworks and beauty queens
This years events were kicked off with a near disaster as the MONTICELLO FLA TIGERS football team defeated the Bainbridge Bearcats and took the Inland Port trophy bowl away to
Florida The following day a gala parade featuring twelve bands twentytwo colorful floats yl numerous dignitaries and no less than twenty
seven beauty queens wound through the streets of Bainbridge r
Among the dignitaries present were Lt A Governor George T Smith State Senator Julian r Webb State Representatives Wallace Cato and Fiubert Dollar George P Donaldson Chairman of the Georgia Agricultural Commodity Com r mission for Peanuts and the members of the Georgia Ports Authority
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Captain Miss Melinda Conger and First Mate Miss Onys Varner navigate the Georgia Ports Authoritys float
through Bainbridges crowded Inland Port Day Streets
and its getting smaller every day Business or travel contacts in foreign lands are important to more and more people Thats why we keep expanding our International Department to serve more people and serve them better
If your business or travel plans need overseas assistance including foreign remittances commercial letters of credit foreign collections foreign trade inquiries consultations letters of introduction travelers letters of credit and travelers checks talk first with our International Department specialists They can help you feel right at home wherever you go
INTERNATIONAL DEPT 9122343441
SAVANNAH BANK TRUST CO P 0 BOX 489 SAVANNAH GA 31402
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The Georgia Ports Authoritys Garden City terminal soon to be the largest Heliport on the South Atlanticwell not hardly but one might assume as much looking over the vast Georgia Port Authority storage area covered with the giant whirlybirds
The helicopters were a shipment of 16 H34 and 41 H31s which were being returned from Europe for redistribution to stateside bases The shipment the first of its kind to arrive here was discharged from the MS MERRIMAC
The H13s were loaded on trucks and shipped out shortly after arrival They were sent to Fort Riley Kansas and Fort Hood Texas The H34s too large to be trucked out were put into operational condition tested and flown to their new assignments
Fast regular cargo service
From Savannah
EVERY TWO WEEKS to Kingston Port au Prince Santo Domingo Puerto Cabello Maracaibo
EVERY FOUR WEEKS to Aruba Curacao La Guaira Puerto Cabello Port of Spain
Accepting Cargo on Transshipment Bills of Lading to other Caribbean destinations
Agents
Savannah Jacksonville Miami also Cincinnati Memphis Atlanta Chicago St Louis and
Kansas CitySTRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
CharlestonCAROLINA SHIPPING COMPANY
New YorkFUNCH EDYE COMPANY INC
M Royal Retfieriands Steamship Company
25 Broadway New York N Y 10004
KN5M
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COMPLETE ENGINEERING SERVICE
STUDIES REPORTS DESIGN CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION
MARINE TERMINALS and INDUSTRIAL COMPLEXES
70e
Seine
Port
TOWING
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BY
MODERN TUGS OPERATED BY SEASONED PERSONNEL
ATLANTIC
TOWING
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228 EAST BAY P O Box 136 SAVANNAH GEORGIA AD 28103
Night Phone AD 28105
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CONSOLIDATED SAILING SCHEDULE
Compiled by Savannah Port Authority
NOVEMBER 1 1967
HANSEN ft TIDEMANN INC 405 Industrial Building P O Box 157 3140S Tel 2334104 HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 94 Drayton Street P O Box 2468 31402 Tel 2342621 MERRY SHIPPING CO 415 Masonic Building P O Box 1474 Augusta Georgia 30903 Tel PArk 26831 SMITH ft 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 1639 31402 Tel 2325335 STEVENS SHIPPING ft TERMINAL CO 26 East Bay Street P O Box 1068 31402 Tel 2338131 STRACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 670 31402 Tel 2346671 J R SHIPPING CO 9 East Bay Street 31401 Phone 2322129
Ship
Steamship Line
Aruba NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Jason RRoyal Netherlands
Sirachan
Curacao NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Jason RRoyal Netherlands
A Kingston JAMAICA Charis R Royal Netherlands Osiris R Royal Netherlands Daphnis R Royal Netherlands Sirachan Sirachan Sirachan Nov Nov Dec 3 17 1
PortAuPrince HAITI
Charis R Royal Netherlands Sirachan Nov 3
Osiris R Royal Netherlands Sirachan Nov 17
L Daphnis R Royal Netherlands Sirachan Dec 1
Port of Spain TRINIDAD
Jason R Royal Netherlands Sirachan Nov 24
Santo Domingo 1 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Charis R Royal Netherlands Sirachan Nov 3
i art Osiris R Royal Netherlands Sirachan Nov 17
Daphnis R Royal Netherlands Sirachan Dec 1
p o box 768
Ship
Agency Sailing Dale
EAST AFRICA Mombasa Tanga Dar es Salaam Zanzibar
African MeteorFarrell Southeastern MaritimeNov 14
Robin GoodfellowRobin StrachanaNov 21
African NeptuneFarrell Southeastern MaritimeDec 2
SOUTH AFRICA Capetown Pt Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques Beira
Robin Locksley RRobin SirachanNov 7
African MeteorFarrell JSjL Southeastern MaritimeNov 14
Robin Goodfellow Robin SirachanNov 21
S A NederburgSouth African MarineSmith KellyNov 23
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern MaritimeDec 2
Mormacargo RTRobin SirachanDec 5
African CometFarrell Southeastern MaritimeDec 12
S A Hex RiverSouth African MarineSmith ft Kelly Dec 14
Tamatave MADAGASCAR
Robin Locksley RRobin SirachanNov 7
Mormacargo RTRobin SirachanDec 5
WEST AFRICA Dakar Conakry Freetown Monrovia Abidjan Takorida Tema LagosApapa
African MeteorFarrell Southeastern MaritimeNov 14
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern MaritimeDec 2
African CometFarrell j Southeastern MaritimeDec 12
THE CARIBBEAN
SirachanNov 24
Savannah Ga 31402
Steamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
CENTRAL AMERICA
Balboa PANAMA CITY
Nordhval WCL
NordglimtWCL
Cristobal Colon
Nordhvals WCL
Nordglimt WCL
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime
COASTWISE
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
Barcelona SPAIN Triglav Harry Culbreath Qeshet Jugolinija Lykes Brothers Zim Smith ft Kelly Strachan Southern Nov 5 Nov 10
Kenosha Fahre Hohen Ain
Nogah Zim Southern
Sue Lykes Vaccares Lykes Brothers Fabre Strachan Hohenstein Dec 10 Dec 11
Beirut LEBANON Livorno Hellenic Stevens
Italia Hellenic Stevens Nov 27
Cagliari ITALY Livorno Hellenic Stevens Nov 17
Constanza ROMANIA Harry Culbreath Lykes Brothers Sirachan Nov 10
Derince TURKEY Harry Culbreath Lykes Brothers Strachan Nov 10
Genoa ITALY Harry Culbreath Lykes Brothers Strachan
Francesco Morosini Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Nov 16
Livorno Hellenic Stevens Nov 17
Kenosha Fabre Hohenstein
Lorenzo Marcello Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Nov 20
Italia Hellenic Stevens
Sue Lykes Lykes Brothers Strachan Dec 10
Vaccares Fabre Hohenstein Dec 11
Haifa ISRAEL Qeshet Zim Southern
Nogah Zim Southern Dec 2
Leghorn ITALY Francesco Morosini Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Nov 16
Livorno Hellenic Stevens Noy 17
Kenosha Fabre
Lorenzo Marcello Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Nov 20
Italia Hellenic
Vaccares Fabre Hohenstein Dec 11
Lisbon PORTUGAL Kenosha Fabre Nov 19

Marseilles FRANCE
Zadar Francesco Morosini Kenosha Jugolinija Sidarma Fabre Smith ft Kelly Southeastern Maritime Hohenstein Nov 15 Nov 16 Nov 19
Lorenzo Marcello Vaccares Sidarma fel Fabre ih Southeastern Maritime Hohenstein Nov 20 Dec 11
Naples ITALY
Triglav Jugolinija Smith Kelly Nov 5
Harry Culbreath Lykes Brothers Strachan Nov 10
Livorno Hellenic Stevens Nov 17
Italia Hellenic Stevens Nov 27
Sue Lykes Lykes Brothers Strachan Dec 10
Piraeus GREECE
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer Space
Qeshet Zim Southern Nov 16
Livorno Hellenic Stevens Nov 17
Italia Hellenic Stevens Noy 77
Nogah Zim Southern Dec 2
TDenotes Tank Space PDenotes Passenger
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Ship Steamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
Pt St Louis Kenosha Fabre Hohenstein Nov 19
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA Smith Kelly Nov 5
Zadar Jugolinija Smith Kelly Nov 15
Salonika GREECE Hellenic Stevens Nov 17
Italia Hellenic Stevens Nov 27
Santa Cruz Vaccares Fabre Hohenstein Dec 11
Savona ITALY Francesco Morosini Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Nov 16
Lorenzo Marcello Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Nov 20
Trieste ITALY Lykes Brothers Sirachan Nov 10
Zadar Jugolinija Smith Kelly Nov 15
Sue Lykes Lykes Brothers Sirachan Dec 10
Tripoli LIBYA Hellenic Stevens Nov 17
Italia Hellenic Stevens Nov 27
Tunis TUNISIA
Lykes Brothers Sirachan Nov 10
Sue Lykes Lykes Brothers Sirachan Dec 10
Valencia SPAIN Fabre Hohenstein Nov 19
Vaccares Fabre Hohenstein Dec 11
Venice ITALY Jugolinija Smith Kelly Nov 5
Harry Culbreath Lykes Brothers Sirachan Nov 10
Zadar Jugolinija Smith Kelly Nov 15
Sue Lykes Lykes Brothers Sirachan Dec 10
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
Gorredyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein Nov 3
OzeanStinnes Southeastern M Nov 8
Hilversum Independent Gulf Smith Kelly Nov 9
American Reporter United States Sirachan Nov 12
Gaasterdyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein Nov 20
Kaduna Regent J R Shipping Nov 20
Lutjenburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern M Nov 21
Grebbedyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 1
Ittersum Independent Gulf Smith Kelly Dec 6
Festivity Regent J R Shipping Dec 14
Grotedyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 20
Audacity Regent J R Shipping Dec 31
Antwerp BELGIUM
Gorredyk
Teneriffa RTP Magdalene Vinnen
Hilversum
American Reporter
Gaaslerdyk
Kaduna
A Vessel
Lutjenburg
Grebbedyk American Leader
Ittersum
Tungsha RTP
Festivity
Grotedyk
Audacity
Bremen GERMANY
Nov 3
Teneriffa RTP Swed AilanticWilhelmsen Sirachan Nov 7
Magdalene Vinnen OzeanStinnes Southeastern M Nov 8
Hilversum Independent Gulf Smith Kelly Nov 9
HollandAmerica Hohenstein Nov 20
Kaduna Regent J R Shipping Nov 20
Inship Stevens Nov 20
Lutjenburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern M Nov 21
Grebbedyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 1
Ittersum Indeuendeni Gulf Smith Kelly Dec 6
Tungsha RTP Swed AtlanticWilhelmsen Strachan Dec 9
Festivity Regent J R Shipping Dec 14
HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 20
Audacity Regent J R Shipping Dec 31
BremenBremerhaven GERMANY
American Manufacturer United States Sirachan Nov 9
American Reporter United States Strachan Nov 12
Hamburg GERMANY
Hohenstein Nov 3
Teneriffa RTP Swed AtlanticWilhelmsen Strachan Nov 7
Magdalene Vinnen OzeanStinnes Southeastern M Nov 8
Hilversum IndeDendeni Gulf Smith Kelly Nov 9
Tungsha RTP Swed AtlanticWilhelmsen Strachan Dec 9
American Manufacturer United Stales Sirachan Nov 9
Gaasterdyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein Nov 20
Regent J R Shipping Nov 20
Inship Stevens Nov 20
Lutjenburg OzeanStinnes Soulheastern M Nov 21
Holland America Hohenstein Dec 1
Ittersum Independent Gulf Smith Kelly Dec 6
Festivity Regent J R Shipping Dec 14
Grotedyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 20
Audacity Regent J R Shipping Dec 31
Hohenstein Nov 3
Swed AtlanticWilhelmsen Strachan Nov 7
OzeanStinnes Southeastern M Nov 8
Independent Gulf Smith Kelly Nov 9
United States Sirachan Nov 12
HollandAmerica Hohenstein Nov 20
Regent J R Shipping Nov 20
Inship Stevens Nov 20
OzeanStinnes Southeastern M Nov 21
HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 1
United Stales Strachan Dec 2
Independent Gulf Smith Kelly Dec 6
Swed AtlanticWilhelmsen Sirachan Dec 9
Regent J R Shipping Dec 14
HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 20
Regent J R Shipping Dec 31
Ship
Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Le Havre FRANCE
Gorredyk
Teneriffa RTP
Gaasterdyk
Grebbedyk
Tungsha RTP
Grotedyk
HollandAmerica Hohenstein Nov 3
Swed AtlanticWilhelmsen Sirachan Nov 7
HollandAmerica Hohenstein Nov 20
HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 1
Swed AilanticWilhelmsen Strachan Dec 9
HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 20
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
Gorredyk
Teneriffa RTP Magdalene Vinnen
Hilversum
Tungsha RTP American Reporter
Gaasterdyk
Kaduna
A Vessel
Grebbedyk
Festivity
Grotedyk
Audacity
HollandAmerica Hohenstein Nov 3
Swed AtlanticWilhelmsen Strachan Nov 7
OzeanStinnes Southeastern M Nov 8
Indenendent Gulf Smith 8c Kellv Nov 9
Swed AtlanticWilhelmsen Strachan Dec 9
United States Strachan Nov 12
HollandAmerica Hohenstein Nov 20
Regent J R Shipping Nov 20
Inship Stevens Nov 20
HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec i
Regent J R Shipping Dec 14
HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 20
Regent J R Shipping Dec 31
PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
City of Brisbane Am 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly Nov 5
Canberra Star Blue Star Southern Nov 5
African Lighting Farrell Southeastern Maritime Nov 11
Cap Ortegal Columbus Southern Nov 12
Hertford Am Australian Smith Kelly Nov 13
Halifax Star Blue Star Southern Nov 17
Essex Am 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly Nov 24
Port Alfred RP Port Strachan Nov 26
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern Nov 29
American Star Blue Star Southern Dec 10
City of Melbourne Am Australian Smith Kelly Dec 11
Aust Galaxy Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 11
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
Port QuebecAm AustralianSmith KellyNov 8
Somerset R Port Strachan Nov 23
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
City of Brisbane Am 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly Nov 5
Canberra Star Blue Star Southern Nov 5
African Lighting Farrell Southeastern Maritime Nov 11
Cap Ortegal Columbus Southern Nov 12
Hertford Am Australian Smith Kelly Nov 13
Halifax Star Blue Star Southern Nov 17
Essex Am Australian Smith Kelly Nov 24
Port Alfred RP Port Sirachan Nov 26
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern Nov 29
Aust Galaxy Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 1
American Star Blue Star Southern Dec 10
City of Melbourne Am Australian Smith Kelly Dec 11
Bugo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Santos Maritime of Phils Southeastern M Nov 8
Phil Rizal Maritime of Phils Southeastern M Dec 6
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Quirino United Philippine Southern Nov 14
Phil J A Santon Maritime of Phils Southeastern M Nov 28
Phil J A Santos Maritime of Phils Southeastern M Nov 28
Phil Pres Magsaysay United Philippine Southern Nov 28
Phil Rizal Maritime of Phils Southeastern M Dec 6
Don Antonio United Philippine Southern Dec 12
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Quirino United Philippine Southern Nov 14
Phil Pres Magsaysay United Philippine Southern Nov 28
Phil J A Santos Maritime of Phils Southeastern M Nov 28
Phil Rizal Maritime of Phils Southeastern M Dec 6
Don Antonio United Philippine Southern Dec 12
Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
Pori Quebec Am 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly Nov 8
Somerset R Pori Strachan Nov 23
Hong Kong HONG KONG
France Maru Stevens Nov 5
Export Courier TP Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Nov 7
Phil Pres Quirino Southern Nov 14
Mikishima Maru K Line Stevens Nov 24
Export Aide RTP Nov 24
Phil Pres Magsaysay United Philippine Southern Nov 28
Phil J A Santos Maritime of Phils Southeastern M Nov 28
Italy Maru K Line Stevens Dec 2
Phil Rizal Maritime of Phils Southeastern M Dec 6
Export Agent RTP Am Export Isbrandtsen Sirachan Dec 8
Don Antonio United Philippine Southern Dec 12
Spain Maru K Line Stevens Dec 13
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Quirino United Philippine Southern Nov 14
Phil Pres Magsaysay United Philippine Southern Nov 28
Phil J A Santos Maritime of Phils Southeastern M Nov 28
Phil Rizal Maritime of Phils Southeastern M Dec 6
Don Antonio United Philippine Southern Dec 12
Inchon KOREA
Export Courier TPAm Export IsbrandisenLiStrachan Nov 7
Export Aide RTPAm Export IsbrandtsenSirachanNov 24
Export Agent RTPAm Export Isbrandtsen Sirachan Dec 8
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Export Courier TPAm Export IsbrandtsenSirachan Nov 7
Export Aide RTP Am Export IsbrandtsenSirachan Nov 24
Hai Ho China Merchants Southern Dec 5
Export Agent RTPAm Export Isbrandtsen Sirachan Dec 8
24
Denotes Vi Tranhipnient RDenote Reefer Space TDenotes Tank Space PDenotes Passenger
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Ship
Sieamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
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Keelung FORMOSA France Maru K Line Stevens Nov 5 7 24 24 2 5 8 13
Export Courier TP Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Nov
K Line Stevens Nov
Export Aide RTP Italy Maru Am Export Isbrandtsen K Line Strachan Stevens Nov Dec
Hai Ho China Merchants Southern Dec
Export Agent RTP Spain Maru Am Export Isbrandtsen K Line Strachan Stevens Dec Dec
Kobe JAPAN
France Maru K Line Stevens Nov 5
Saitama Maru RT N Y K Strachan Nov 5
Sumida Maru RT N Y K Strachan Nov 6
Export Courier TP Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Nov 7
Akibasan Maru RT MitsuiO S K Strachan Nov 10
Yamatosh Maru YamashiiaShinnihon Smith Kelly Nov 13
Phil Pres Quirino United Philippine Southern Nov 14
Hampton Maru RT N Y K Sirachan Nov 14
Sado Maru RT N Y K Strachan Nov 14
Mikishima Maru K Line 1 Stevens Nov 24
Export Aide RTP Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Nov 24
Phil Pres Magsaysay United Philippine Southern Nov 28
Italy Maru K Line Stevens Dec 2
Hai Ho China Merchants Southern Dec 5
Sagami Maru RT N Y K Strachan Dec 5
Export A event RTP Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Dec 8
Havana Maru RT Milsui S K Strachan Dec 8
Boston Maru RT N Y K Strachan Dec 9
Yamaaki Maru YamashiiaShinnihon Smith Kelly Dec 12
Don Antonio United Philippine Southern Dec 12
Spain Maru K Line Stevens Dec 13
Lyttelton NEW ZEALAND
Port Quebec Smith Kelly Nov 8
Somerset R Port Strachan Nov 23
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Quirino Southern Nov 14
Phil J A Santos Maritime of Phils Southeastern M Nov 28
Phil Pres Magsaysay United Philippine Southern Nov 28
Phil Rizal Dec 6
Don Antonio United Philippine Southern Dec 12
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
City of Brisbane Am Australian Smith Kelly Nov 5
Canberra Star Blue Star Southern Nov 5
African Lighting Farrell Southeastern Maritime Nov il
Cap Ortegal Columbus Southern Nov 12
Hertford Am 8c Australian Smith Kelly Nov 13
Halifax Star Blue Star Southern Nov 17
Essex Am 8c Australian Smith Kelly Nov 4
Port Alfred RP Port Strachan Nov 26
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern Nov 29
Aust Galaxy Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 1
American Star Blue Star Southern Dec 10
City of Melbourne Am Australian Smith Kelly Dec 11
Nagoya JAPAN
France Maru K Line Stevens Nov 5
Saitama Maru RT N Y K Strachan Nov 5
Sumida Maru RT N Y K Strachan Nov 6
Akibasan Maru RT MitsuiO S K Strachan Nov 10
Yamatosh Maru YamashiiaShinnihon Smith Kelly Nov 13
Hampton Maru RT N Y K Strachan Nov 14
Sado Maru RT N Y K Strachan Nov 14
Mikishima Maru K Line Stevens Nov 24
Italy Maru K Line Stevens Dec 2
Sagami Maru RT N Y K Strachan Dec 5
Havana Maru RT MitsuiO S K Strachan Dec 8
Boston Maru RT N Y K Strachan Dec 9
Yamaaki Maru Smith Kelly Dec 1
Spain Maru K Line Stevens Dec 13
Napier NEW ZEALAND
Port Quebec Am 8c Australian Smith Kelly Nov R
Somerset R Port Strachan Nov 23
New Plymouth NEW ZEALAND
Somerset R Port Strachan Nov 23
Osaka JAPAN
France Maru fK Line Stevens Nov 5
Saitama Maru RT N Y K Strachan Nov 5
Sumida Maru RT N Y K Sirachan Nov 6
Export Courier TP Nnv 7
Akibasan Maru RT Mitsui S K Strachan Nov 10
Yamatosh Maru YamashiiaShinnihon Smith Kelly Nov 13
Hampton Maru RT N Y K Strachan Nov 14
Sado Maru RT N Y K Strachan Nov 14
Mikishima Maru K Line Stevens Nov 24
Export Aide RTP Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Nov 24
Italy Maru K Line 7
Sagami Maru RT N Y K Strachan Dec 5
Export Agent RTP Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Dec 8
Havana Maru RT MitsuiO S K Strachan Dec 8
Boston Maru RT N Y K Strachan Dec 9
Yamaaki Maru Kelly 1
Spain Maru K Line Stevens Dec 13
Port Kembla AUSTRALIA
African Lighting Farrell Southeastern Maritime Nov It
Aust Galaxy Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 1
Pusan KOREA
Export Courier TP Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Nov 7
Export Aide RTP Am Export Isbrandtsen Sirachan Nov 24
Export Agent RTP Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Dec 8
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Cap Ortegal
Columbus
SouthernNov 12
Sydney AUSTRALIA
City of Brisbane
Canberra Star
African Lighting
Halifax Star Blue Star Southern Nov 17
Essex Am 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly Nov 24
Port Alfred RP Port Strachan Nov 2
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern Nov 29
Aust Galaxy Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 1
American Star Blue Star Southern Dec 10
City of Melbourne Am Australian Smith Kelly Dec 11
Wellington NEW ZEALAND
Port Quebec Am Australian Smith Kelly Nov 8
Somerset R Port Strachan Nov 23
Yokohama JAPAN
France Maru K Line Stevens Nov 5
Saitama Maru RT N Y K Strachan Nov 5
Sumida Maru RT N Y K Strachan Nov 6
Export Courier TP Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Nov 7
Ak basan Maru RT MitsuiO S K Strachan Nov 10
Yamatosh Maru YamashiiaShinnihon Smith Kelly Nov 13
Phil Pres Quirino United Philippine Southern Nov 14
Hampton Maru RT N Y K Strachan Nov 14
Sado Maru RT N Y K Strachan Nov 14
Mikishima Maru K Line Stevens Nov 24
Export Aide RTP Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Nov 24
Phil Pres Magsaysay United Philippine Southern Nov 28
Italy Maru K Line Stevens Dec 2
Hai Ho China Merchants Southern Dec 5
Sagami Maru RT N Y K Strachan Dec 5
Export Agent RTP Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Dec 8
Havana Maru RT MilsuiO S K Sirachan Dec 8
Boston Maru RT N Y K Strachan Dec 9
Yamaaki Maru YamashiiaShinnihon Smith 8c Kelly Dec 12
Don Antonio United Philippine Southern Dec 12
Spain Maru K Line Stevens Dec 13
PERSIAN GULF
Bahrein
Wasserfels Hansa Hohensiein Nov 25
Basrah IRAQ
Wasserfels Hansa Hohenstein Nov 25
Beirut LEBANON
Wasserfels Hansa Hohensiein Nov 25
Dammam SAUDIA ARABIA
Hellenic Halcyon Hellenic Stevens Nov 3
Wasserfels Hansa Hohensiein Nov 25
Hellenic Dolphin Hellenic Stevens Dec 9
Doha
Wasserfels Hansa Hohenstein Nov 25
Dubai
Wasserfels Hansa Hohenstein Nov 25
Jeddah SAUDIA ARABIA
Wasserfels Hansa Hohensiein Nov 25
Khorramshahr IRAN
Hellenic HalcyonHellenic StevensNov 3
WasserfelsHansa i HohensieinNov 25
Hellenic DolphinlHellenic StevensDec 9
Kuwait KUWAIT Hellenic Halcyon Hellenic Stevens Nov 3
Wasserfels Hansa Hohensiein Nov 25
Hellenic Dolphin Hellenic Stevens Dec 9
Port Said Wasserfels Hansa Hohenstein Nov 25
Port Sudan SUDAN Hellenic Glory Hellenic Stevens Nov 4
Hellenic Hero Hellenic Stevens Dec 5
Hellenic Leader Hellenic Stevens Dec 17
Tripoli LEBANON Wasserfels 1 Hansa Hohensiein Nov 25
Ummsaid Wasserfels Hansa Hohenstein Nov 25

RED SEA GULF OF ADEN J
Aqaba JORDAN
Hellenic Glory Hellenic Stevens Nov 4 5 17
Hellenic Hero Hellenic Stevens Dec
Hellenic Leader Hellenic Stevens Dec
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Hellenic Glory Hellenic Stevens Nov 4
Hellenic Hero Hellenic Stevens Dec s
Hellenic Leader Hellenic Stevens Dec 17
Jeddah SAUDIA ARABIA
Hellenic Glory Hellenic
Hellenic Hero Hellenic
Hellenic LeaderHellenic
StevensNov 4
StevensDec 5
StevensDec 17
Am AustralianSmith KellyNov 5
Blue Star Southern Nov 5
Farrell Southeastern Maritime Nov 11
SCANDINAVIA BALT 1C
Copenhagen DENMARK
Teneriffa RTP Swed AtlaniicWilhelmsenSirachanNov 7
Tungsha RTPySwed AllanticWilhelmsenStrachanDec
Gdynia POLAND
Teneriffa RTPSwed AtlanticWilhelmsenSirachanNov 7
Tungsha RTPSwed AtlaniicWilhelmsenSirachanDec 9
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer Space TDenotes Tank Space PDenotes Passenger
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Agency Sailing Dale Ship
Gothenburg SWEDEN
Teneriffa RTPSwed
Tungsha RTP Swed
Helsinki FINLAND
Teneriffa RTP Swed
Tungsha RTPSwed
Malmo SWEDEN
Teneriffa RTPSwed
Tungsha RTP J Swed
Nor rk oping SWEDEN
Teneriffa RTP Swed
Tungsha RTP Swed
Oslo NORWAY
Teneriffa RTP Swed
Tungsha RTP Swed
Stockholm SWEDEN
Teneriffa RTP i Swed
Tungsha RTP Swed
Turku Abo FINLAND
Teneriffa RTP2Swed
Tungsha Swed
AtlanticWilhelmsen SlrachanNov 7
AtlanticWilhelmsen SlrachanDec 9
AtlanticWilhelmsen Slrachan Nov 7
AtlanticWilhelmsen Slrachan Dec 9
AtlanticW ilhelmsen Slrachan Nov 7
AtlanticWilhelmsen SlrachanDec 9
AtlanticWilhelmsen SlrachanNov 7
AtlanticWilhelmsen SlrachanDec 9
AtlanticW ilhelmsen SlrachanNov 7
AtlanticW ilhelmsen SlrachanDec 9
AtlanticWilhelmsenSlrachanNov 7
AtlanticWilhelmsenSlrachan Dec 9
AtlanticWilhelmsenSlrachanNov 7
AtlanticWilhelmsenSlrachanDec 9
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
Mormacfir TP MooreMcCormack Sirachan Nov 10
Montevideo Ivaran Southern Nov 20
Mormacscan RTP MooreMcCormack Slrachan Dec 2
Santos Ivaran Southern Dec 5
Montevideo URUGUAY
Mormacfir TP MooreMcCormack Sirachan Nov 10
Montevideo Ivaran Southern Nov 20
Mormacscan RTP MooreMcCormack Sirachan Dec 2
Santos Ivaran Southern Dec 5
Paranagua BRAZIL
Mormacfir TP MooreMcCormack Sirachan Nov 10
Mormacscan RTP MooreMcCormack Sirachan Dec 2
Porto Alegre via Rio Grande Do Sul brazil
Mormacfir TP MooreMcCormack Sirachan Nov 10
Mormacscan RTP MooreMcCormack Slrachan Dec 2
Recife BRAZIL
Mormacfir TP MooreMcCormack Sirachan Nov 10
Rio De Janeiro BRAZIL
Loide Panama 1 Lloyd Brasileiro Slrachan Nov
Mormacfir TP MooreMcCormack Strachan Nov 10
Montevideo Ivaran Southern Nov 20
Mormacscan RTP MooreMcCormack Strachan Dec 2
Santos Ivaran Southern Dec 5
Rio Grande Do Sul BRAZIL
Mormacfir TP MooreMcCormack Strachan Nov 10
Mormacscan RTP MooreMcCormack Sirachan Dec 2
Santos BRAZIL
Loide Panama Lloyd Brasileiro Sirachan Nov 6
Mormacfir TP MooreMcCormack Sirachan Nov 10
Montevideo Ivaran Southern Nov 20
Mormacscan RTP MooreMcCormack Sirachan Dec 2
Santos Ivaran Southern Dec 5
SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST
La Guaira VENEZUELA
A Vessel Venezuelan
A VesselVenezuelan
Jason R Royal Netherlands
A Vessel BUMVenezuelan
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
Charis RRoyal Netherlands
Osiris w JRRoyal Netherlands
Daphnis R Royal Netherlands
Matanzas VENEZUELA
A VesselBVenezuelan
A VesselRRHHVenezuelan
A VesselVenezuelan
MatanzasPuerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
Jason R Royal Netherlands
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Charis RRoyal Netherlands
A Vessel31Venezuelan
Osiris Rl Royal Netherlands
A Vesselil Venezuelan
Jason RRoyal Netherlands
Daphnis R Royal Netherlands
A VesselVenezuelans
Smith Sc Kelly Smith Kelly
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Smith Kelly
Slrachan
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Smith Sc Kelly Smith Sc Kelly Smith Sc Kelly
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Nov 6 Nov 20 Nov 24 Dec 5
Nov 3 Nov 17 Dec 1
Nov 6 Nov 20 Dec 5
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Nov 3 Nov 6 Nov 17 Nov 20 Nov 24 Dec 1 Dec 5
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Antofagasta CHILE
NordhvalWCL Southeastern MaritimeNov
Nordglimi WCL Southeastern MaritimeDec 3
Arica CHILE
Nordhval WCL Southeastern MaritimeNov 6
NordglimtWCL Southeastern Maritime Dec 3
Buenaventura COLOMBIA
Nordhval r WCL Southeastern MaritimeNov 6
NordglimtWCL L Southeastern MaritimeDec 3
Callao PERU
Nordhval VWCL Southeastern MaritimeNov 6
Nordglimi WCL Southeastern MaritimeDec 3
Guayaquil ECUADOR
NordhvalWCL Southeastern MaritimeNov 6
NordglimiWCL Southeastern MaritimeDec 3
Matarani PERU
NordhvalWCL Southeastern MaritimeNov 6
NordglimtWCL Southeastern MaritimeDec 3
San Antonio CHILE
NordhvalWCL Southeastern Marilime il Nov 6
NordglimiWCL Southeastern MaritimeDec 3
Talcahuano CHILE
Nordhval WCL Southeastern MaritimeNov 6
NordglimiWCL Southeastern MaritimeDec 3
Valparaiso CHILE
Nordhval WCL i Southeastern MaritimeNov 6
NordglimiWCL Southeastern MaritimeDec 3
SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA
Steel Maker R Isthmian Strachan Nov 14
Steel Voyager R Isthmian Strachan Nov 14
Jalakirti Scindia Smith Kelly Nov 17
Stale of Mysore S C I Smith Sc Kelly Nov 17
Vishva Prem S C I Smith Kelly Nov 20
Steel Fabricator R Isthmian Strachan Nov 23
Flying Eagle Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Nov 27
Jalakala Scindia Smith Sc Kelly Dec 4
Vishva Tej S C I Smith Sc Kelly Dec 4
Steel Scientist R B Isthmian Strachan Dec 9
Vishva Kirti S C I Smith Kelly Dec 10
Exilona Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Dec 13
Calcutta INDIA
Hellenic Glory Hellenic Stevens Nov 4
Steel Maker R Isthmian Strachan Nov 14
Steel Voyager R Isthmian Strachan Nov 14
Jalakirti Scindia Smith Sc Kelly Nov 17
State of Mysore S C I Smith Sc Kelly Nov 17
Vishva Prem S C I Smith Kelly Nov 20
Steel Fabricator R Isthmian Strachan Nov 23
Flying Eagle Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Nov 27
Jalakala Scindia Smith Sc Kelly Dec 4
Vishva Tej S C I Smith Sc Kelly Dec 4
Hellenic Hero Hellenic Stevens Dec 5
Steel Scientist R Isthmian Strachan Dec 9
Vishva Kirti S C I Smith Kelly Dec 10
Exilona Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Dec 13
Hellenic Leader Hellenic Stevens Dec 17
Chittagong PAKISTAN
Hellenic Glory Hellenic Stevens Nov 4
Flying Cagle Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Nov 27
Hellenic Hero Hellenic Stevens Dec 5
Exilona Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Dec 13
Hellenic Leader Hellenic Stevens Dec 17
Cochin INDIA
Steel Voyager R Isthmian Strachan Nov 14
Vishva Tej S C I Smith Sc Kelly Dec 4

Karachi INDIA
Hellenic Glory Hellenic Stevens Nov 4
Steel Maker R Isthmian Strachan Nov 14
Steel Voyager R Isthmian Strachan Nov 14
Steel Fabricator R Isthmian Strachan Nov 23
Flying Eagle Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Nov 27
Hellenic Hero Hellenic Stevens Dec 5
Steel Scientist R Isthmian Slrachan Dec 9
Exilona Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Dec 13
Hellenic Leader Hellenic Stevens Dec 17

Madras INDIA
Steel Maker R Isthmian Strachan Nov 14
Steel Voyager R Isthmian Strachan Nov 14
Jalakirti Scindia Smith Sc Kelly Nov 17
State of Mysore S C I Smith Sc Kelly Nov 17
Vishva Prem S C I Smith Sc Kelly Nov 20
Steel Fabricator R Isthmian Strachan Nov 23
Flying Eaale HMD Am Export Isbrandtsen Slrachan Nov 27
Jalakala Scindia Smith Sc Kelly Dec 4
Vishva Tej S C I Smith Sc Kelly Dec 4
Steel Scientist R Isthmian Strachan Dec 9
Vishva Kirti S C I Smith Sc Kelly Dec 10
Exilona Am Export Isbrandtsen Sirachan Dec 13
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Dublin IRELAND
I SpruceManchesterSmith Sc KellyDec 11
Glasgow SCOTLAND
RowanmoreManchester Smith Sc KellyNov 22
Liverpool ENGLAND
American LeaderUnited Stales SlrachanDec 2
London ENGLAND
A Vessel8Sf Inship StevensNov 20
American LeaderUnited States SlrachanDec 2
Manchester ENGLAND
TremayneManchester Smith Sc KellyNov 6
RowanmoreManchesterSmith Sc KellyNov 22
I SpruceManchesterSmith Sc KellyDec 11
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Directory of Port Services for Savannah and Brunswick
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Shipping Companies
HANSEN T1DEMANN 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 TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Company Bldg
TARVER SHIPPING COMPANY 105107 E Bay Street
Barge Service IntraCoastal
C G WILLIS INC Paulsboro N J
Barge Service Inland
MERRY BROTHERS Augusta Georgia
Stevedores
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 TERMINAL CO
26 E Bay Street
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Co Bldg
Foreign Freight Forwarders
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO 408 American Building W G CARROLL 411 American Building COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC Realty Building CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building J K EBBERWEIN Suite 2089 Realty Bldg
JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street E L MOBLEY 606 Realty Building
D J POWERS American Building
ports Many of these vessels call at Brunswick A Consolidated Sailing Schedule is mailable from the Saannah District Authority P O Box 768 Savannah Ga
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SMITH KELLY COMPANY Ocean Terminal STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street GEORGE W WISE JR
404 Realty Building
Custom House Brokers
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO 408 American Building W G CARROLL 411 American Building Savannah Georgia 721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta Georgia CRAIG COMPANY Realty Building JOHN S JAMES 31 W Congress Street
E L MOBLEY 606 Realty Building
D J POWERS American Building J W TARVER Arcade Building DONALD R WINTER 721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta Georgia
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Oscar M Hansen V consul H
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Ruben Diaz Consul C
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F A O Bahre Consul H ITALY
Joseph M Cafiero Consular agent H
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A G Van Schaick V consul H NORWAY
J P Imlay V consul H SWEDEN
L Roy Riddick V consul H VENEZUELA
Sr Jorge Manrique Consul C H Honorary C Career

SAVANNAH P 0 Box 1039 ADams 61561 H Teletype 8107845634 J D HOLT Executive Director
BRUNSWICK P 0 Box 1758 A Mliorst 58500 CECIL G GNANN
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CHICAGO 200 So Michigan HArrisnn 78478 FRED WHELAN
ATLANTA 1131 Healey Bldg JAekson 51595 CLAUDE NEWM
JAMES 1 NEWSOME JR Savannah Director of Operations
BONN GERMANY 532 onnBad Godesberg Ruengsdorfer Strasse 53 Telephone
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Ocean Terminal Building Phone ADams 23151
BRUNSWICK GEORGIA
State Docks Building Phone 2657588
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone ELgin 57671
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I For the Georgia Ports Authority w I t 1967 was an extremely good year I r Preliminary figures indicate an in I lerease in the volume of cargo han
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died by our various facilities of 10 or more The number of vessels calling and the volume of cargo handled particularly in the last quarter of 1967 were most encouraging and holt would tend to presage an even better 1968
Construction is well along on two additional berths at Savannah and one at Brunswick to permit the orderly handling of the increased cargo offerings Additionally plans are well under way for the construc tion of one of the nations most versatile dry bulk handling facilities with cargoes of ores clays fertilizX ers etc already committed and only awaiting the day that it comes on stream
For a Port Authority to experi ence growth whose only marketable commodity is service is most pleasing in that it reflects increased volumes of international trade on the part of all of our customers whether old or new
NOVEMBERDECEMBER 1967
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE AND COLUMBUS
AUTHORITY MEMBERS W D Trippe Cedartown Chairman
Robert H Tharpe Atlanta Vice Chairman A M Harris Sr Brunswick Robert C Norman Augusta J Willis Conger Bainbridge
Thomas M Johnson Savannah Charles E Walker Columbus
Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie SecretaryTreasurer Stanley Karsman 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 Makio Yamada Tokyo Japan Far Eastern Director Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
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JIM BISSON Editor
Official publication of the Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 Savannah Georgia Telephone 2361561 Advertising rates furnished on request
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U S LINES CONTAINER SERVICE 4
GOVERNOR TAKES LOOK AT PORT 8
U S CORPS OF ENGINEERS 10
ALL ABOARDS 12
FOREIGN TRADE CONFERENCE 14
FOREIGN FREIGHT CONFERENCE 16
PORT NEWS VIEWS 20
SAILING SCHEDULE 25
DIRECTORY OF PORT SERVICES 31
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
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If you cant wait to see what Miss Georgia Ports is up to turn to page 16 but we suggest you read all about U S
Lines Savannah container service on page 4 first
Georgia AnchorAge is published bimonihly 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
United States Lines have begun a regular container service on their South Atlantic Line operating between the port of Savannah and major Continent and United Kingdom ports Savannah was selected as the pivotal port for this service V in the South Atlantic for regular flow of container traffic
U S Lines offers complete piertopier or housetohouse service with their 20 and 40 foot containers
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The first vessel to load in the new U S Lines Savannah container service was the AMERICAN VETERAN shown below loading a cargo of Georgia made carpet
Slrachan Shipping officials D T Akin and Vice President R M Wilkes observe the first container in
the U S Lines service loaded on board the AMERICAN VETERAN
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The related pool of container equipment has been located at the Garden City Terminal facilities of the Georgia Ports Authority with cargo arrangements and coordination of equipment all under the direction of United States Lines Savannah Agents Strachan Shipping Company This represents another step forward in Savannahs continual role as the leading general cargo port on the South Atlantic
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An interested and attentive Governor Lester Maddox confined most of his remarks to questions as he toured the states ports facilities for the first time since he took office The governor in an entourage of GPAs board members got his first look at the Whitehall property which adjoins the Garden City Terminal of the Georgia Ports Authority It is the future site of the multimillion dollar bulkhandling facility
The governor discussed with the members the overall impact of the bulkhandling facility He was inquisitive about the estimated import and export values as well as the
effect this facility would have on the economy of the state
W D Trippe GPA chairman and others estimated that by 1972 import values from the bulk facility would bring in tonnageclay phosphates nitrates potash and other materials used in the manufacturing of fertilizer valued at nearly 8000000 and export value would be in excess of 30000000
The governor and other members of the tour were taken on a cruise up the Savannah River Later they were taken by automobile through the massive complex of warehouses at the Garden City Terminal and
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Governor Maddox was obviously p impressed as he gazed out among many things at an Indian ship unloading jute for use in North Geor v gia rug mills an American ship laden with army equipment and hundreds of German cars parked over acres of land ready for distri tj f 7 bution to all parts of the South J
When asked his impression of the Garden City Terminal and the Ocean Terminal Governor Maddox f replied Every Georgian should be proud of ourstates ports facilities
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An aerial view of the Ocean Terminal of the Georgia Ports Authority
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Major General Tours Savannah Harbor
Two separate but related events recently l u took place concerning the 157 million dollar Savannah Harbor Improvement Program V y H Major General Thomas J Hayes III made his first visit to Savannah since he was assigned V i South Atlantic Division Engineer for the U S
Army Corps of Engineers General Hayes was honored at a luncheon which was cohosted by the Georgia Ports Authority and the Savannah Port Authority
The General occupied most of the day by touring the Savannah Harbor and inspecting V the dredging operations He also had a chance L i to get a firsthand glimpse of the facilities at the Garden City Terminal of the Georgia j y Ports Authority
General Hayes stated that he was much impressed by the effectiveness with which new i tyindustry has been attracted to Savannah He credited a large part of this attraction to the A Lf availability of fine port facilities
This visit preceded a brief ceremony which formally launched the initial project for the deepening and widening of the Savannah Harbor Channel immediately downstream i I from the Seaboard Coastline Terminal The 87 million dollar project is part of the 157 ft A million dollar plan of improvement for Savannah being undertaken by the Savannah District Army Engineers j r
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I was much impressed by the effectiveness with which new industry has been attracted here I think to a large extent the attraction lies in the fine port facilities available
Prior to Launching of 157 Million Project
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Barnes Savannah District Engineer j A E R Brooks Chairman General Paschal N Strong Savannah Port Authority J Marcus Stubbs Aiderman for the City of Savannah J D 1 Holt Executive Director of the Geor gia Ports Authority and many others boarded the dredge St Louis to observe the formal start of dredging operations
Work under the present contract l covers increasing the size of the existing turning basin in front of the Seaboard Coastline Dock from 600 feet to 900 feet in width with a minimum length of 1000 feet and a 34foot depth and enlarging the Savannah y River Channel 100 feet in width and l four feet in depth from the turning basin to the harbor entrance at Tybee Island Total contract price for the present contract includes the removal of more than 8225000 cubic yards of material Completion of the work is expected to take about 1617 months
La General Strong of the Savannah Port Authority commented that the Y beginning of the dredging work marks a milestone of progress in the Savan nah Harbor Improvement Program He commended U S Congressman r G Elliott Hagan for his continued support of the project General Strong also highly praised the Chatham i y County Commissioners who he said agreed to be the local assurers of the project which will exceed 600000 above federal expenditures Continut ing he noted the cooperation given by Senators Russell and Talmadge Gov ernor Lester Maddox the U S Corps j of Engineers the Georgia Ports Authority and the City of Savannah
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McCoy Lumber Industries
Begin Shipping Via GPA
The McCoy Lumber Industries Inc with home offices in Greensboro North Carolina have put a new wrinkle in the lumber field They are now shipping lumber from the Western Coast of North America principally British Columbia Canada A large portion of this lumber cargo arrives on the East Coast via Georgia Ports Authority Regular scheduled shipments of lumber cargo consist of Douglas Fir Hemlock and Western Red Cedar This iumber ranges in sizes of 2 x 4 through 2 x 12 and is packaged in parcels of one length of one size suitable for mechanical handling
The ships which are used for transporting the lumber are especially designed for this type cargo The SS Riviera a sevenhatch vessel recently arrived at berth 57 of the Georgia Ports Authority to discharge at that time 4200000 board feet of cargo lumber This vessel is of Liberian register and was chartered for this particular voyage This was the largest lumber cargo ever to enter a Georgia Port
The processing and sale of this lumber is handled by the companys Atlanta office under the management of Mr Weyman Maxey He and his associates are responsible for the distribution of the lumber cargo throughout South Carolina and the entire state of Georgia It will be shipped out of Port via truck and rail to various lumber dealers on a specified basis This lumber is used for the purpose of building homes in the Eastern part of the United States
Executives of the McCoy Lumber Industries believe a shipment of this size through the Georgia Ports Authority is indicative of the growth and expansion now in process in the southeastern region of the United States This company will continue to schedule regular shipments through the Port of Savannah with the contemplated shipment of one cargo each three months or more often if business permits it
The Southern Shipping Company used their heavy equipment to neatly stack the lumber cargo onto the spacious open margin at berth 57 of the Georgia Ports Authority
The name of the game No it isnt blocks Its called customer service John McLeod Miss Pat Tyson and Stock Director John Denmark are searching for the most economical arrangement for loading parcels of lumber in lengths of 8 10 12 14 16 and 20 feet on flatcars for distribution to dealers throughout the South
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Georgia Foreign Trade Conference
Savannahs Hellenic Center was the location of the second annual Georgia Foreign Trade Conference It was attended by about 200 prominent businessmen from throughout the nation
The purpose of the conference which is the interchange of ideas was advanced by an informative and entertaining program Featured speakers were Allen H Douglas VicePresident Southern Railway System Atlanta whose subject was Industrial Development of Port Cities Colonel William J Marquette Traffic Manager Container Division MooreMcCormack Lines Inc New York who spoke on Future Concepts of Containerization Peter McChesney Trade Development Farrell Lines New York with a talk on Africa A Place to Do Business Harry K Barr President Barr Shipping Company New York whose talk covered The Role of the Foreign Freight Forwarder M L Bauer Export Traffic Manager Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp Eucsta Paper Division Pisgah Forest NW whose topic was Money Savings to You Lt Gen Louis W Truman U S Army Ret Executive Director Georgia Department of Industry and Trade Atlanta was the luncheon speaker talking on The Functions of the Georgia Department of Industry and Trade The dinner speaker was Lawrence C McQuade Assistant Secretary for Domestic and International Business U S Department of Commerce Washington whose subject was International Trade Currents and Cross Currents W D Trippe Chairman Georgia Ports Authority spoke on Ships
Sales and Service and H W Jervis Director of Traffic Hercules Inc Wilmington Del talked on Port Progress and Future y
Mr McQuade throughout his speech emphasized L the fact that American exports were increasing and expected to surpass the 30billion mark this year He praised Georgia for its export initiative Savannah being the first port in the South Atlantic to inaugurate containerized cargo service and Georgias creating four trade missions to develop new export markets and winning 13 E Awards for export expansion He predicted a broader less restricted international market as the Kennedy Round tariff reductions become effective
Delegates to the conference were treated to a golf tournament a tour of historic Savannah and a deep sea fishing trip It was apparent that this years conference renewed interest for the stimulation and development of foreign trade
The program was sponsored by the Savannah Field Office U S Department of Commerce Atlanta Field Office of the U S Department of Commerce the Savannah Regional Export Expansion Council the Atlanta Regional Export Expansion Council The Propeller Club of the U S Port of Savannah The Savannah Traffic Club Independent Freight Forwarders and Custom Brokers Association of Savannah The Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce the Georgia Ports Authority the Savannah Port Authority and the Savannah Maritime Association
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All work and no play makes for a dull Trade Conference The second annual GFTC had a Historic Tour of Old Savannah a Fishing Tournament and of course a Golf Tournament Above seventh from left G E Johnston tournament winner receives his trophy from R M Wilkes
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The picture on the left is proof of the success of the second annual Georgia Foreign Trade Conference Although the photo was snapped at one of the early morning gatherings it is obvious from the intent audience the speaker had something interesting to say
W L Hopkins Jr Chairman of the Savannah Regional Export Expansion Council has a few questions of guest speaker Lawrence C McQuade Assistant Secretary for Domestic and International Business U S Dept of Commerce following Mr McQuades speech International Trade Currents and Cross Currents Looking on is James W Mclntire Director Savannah Field Office U S Dept of Commerce
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The 54th National Trade Convention held in New York was by far a success More than 2000 American businessmen government officials foreign diplomats and educators attended As for the Georgia Ports Authoritys annual NFTC reception you can see by the following photographic proof that it was a most festive occasion
The pretty Miss Georgia Ports pictured with the delegates is Eastern Airlines Miss Kay Norton
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S S Mormacdraco Party
There is nothing like a ships parly to introduce a new VicePresident to friends and customers Thai is exactly what MooreMcCormack Lines did recently in Savannah
In the top photo left to right James I Newsome Jr Georgia Ports Authority Director of Operations talks with Larry Buser VicePresident MooreMcCormack Lines R M Wilkes VicePresident Sirachan Shipping and H C Angelbeck Manager MooreMcCormacks Atlanta office
Pictured on the left is Customs Collector Mrs Marion Faircloih Baker and Captain N Groebl
And in the photo below some of the guests obviously enjoy the occasion
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EAMTMTS HQS Announce Assignment Shifts
Two new Directors and Special Assistant to the Commander have been named by Headquarters of the Eastern Area Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service in a series of internal reassignments The changes have been brought about by the retirement of Colonel Buck Bratcher USA
Colonel Bratcher Director of Cargo Movements at EAMTMTS since March 1962 has moved into the position of Special Assistant to the Commander Brig Gen
Arthur Hurow USA He will work on a series of special EAMTMTS projects
Colonel Armand J Silvestri USA formerly Director of Traffic Services and Personnel Property has been named to replace Colonel Bratcher as Director of Cargo Movements
Newly assigned as Director of Traffic Services and Personnel Property is Navy Captain Mearl Gallup He was promoted to his present rank in ceremonies held in General Hurows office at the time of his announced reassignment
Claude Newman GPAs Director of Traffic and Commerce is seen here receiving a certificate issued by Secretary of Commerce Trowbridge evidencing his most recent appointment to the Regional Export Expansion Council on which he has served since 1965 The present appointment extends to 1969
Presenting this certificate is Clay Jones newly appointed Chief of International Trade Section at the Atlanta Field Office of the U S Department of Commerce The Atlanta Field Office serves North Georgia and East Tennessee and is vitally interested in encouraging export shipments from this area Mr Jones was formerly an officer with the First National City Bank in Venezuela
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Thats what we call our K ships at HollandAmerica And you can depend on a workhorse to get the job done
The Ks are designed to handle all kinds of Gulf and South Atlantic cargo From packaged freight to refrigerated cargo to containers And with decks wide and unobstructed for odd shaped cargo
For frequent reliable workhorse service to and from Le Havre Antwerp Rotterdam Bremen and Hamburg contact
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Captain Bishoff Named Deputy Cmdr EAMTMTS
Regent Line Op ens Branch In Savannah
Captain Jack T Bishoff SC USN has been l I named the Deputy Commander Headquarters
Eastern Area Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service EAMTMTS by Brig
Gen Arthur Hurow USA EAMTMTS Com mander Captain Bishoff replaces Colonel Ronald D Bagley USAF who has been re assigned to duty in Vietnam v T
With headquarters in Brooklyn N Y EAMTMTS is one of two subordinate commands of the Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service an agency responsible 1 r for operating military ocean terminals and controlling passenger and cargo movements H for all military services in the Eastern and Midwestern portions of the United States 1 i
Staffed by a work force of over 3000 military and civilian personnel EAMTMTS has budgetary responsibility for over 100 million jand influences transportation expenditures of approximately threequarters of a billion dollars EAMTMTS is jointly staffed by officers
of the Army Navy and Air Force
Captain Bishoff whose home is in San Fran 1 cisco California comes to his new assignment from Norfolk Virginia where he was the Freight Terminal Officer of the Norfolk Naval f Supply Center He is a graduate of the University of California and entered the Navy in 1942
Regent Line the rapidly expanding transatlantic steamship company has taken a further step toward consolidating their operations in this country President of the J R Shipping Co Ltd Rumanianborn Mr Ion Ratiu recently announced the opening of a branch office at 9 E Bay Street Mr Ratiu said The wonderful support we have found in this country inevitably led to the present step
The company and its subsidiary Regent Line has been represented here and at Jacksonville Florida and Charleston South Carolina by the Southern Company for the last four years Regent Line is a nonconference company It was founded four years ago by Mr Ratiu He now serves as managing direc
tor Mr Ratiu sees the line as a logical extension of the J Rj Shipping Co Ltd
Today Regent Line offers scheduled sailings between the U S South Atlantic ports of Savannah Jacksonville and Charleston and the AntwerpHamburg range on the European Continent Chester Blackburn and Roder Inc will continue to control the operations in the United States as general agents
Mr Ratiu is a former diplomat journalist and Cambridge economist He chose Savannah over Jacksonville and Charleston for the new installation Savannah has become our largest export port Mr Ratiu said while Jacksonville and Charleston handle mostly imports
Among his many assignments Captain Bish i off has served a tour of duty at Naval Headquarters Washington D G first as Director V of the Warehouse Operations Division Bureau of Supplies and Accounts and subsequently as y
Assistant Deputy Director of Transportation
Navy Supply Systems Command During this 1 period he served as a Navy member of the study group which did the early planning leading to the development of the Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service In 1965 Captain Bishoff was the Navy Repre sentative on the implementation group which established the Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service Headquarters in Washington D C I
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ts V KeVJP nine on e leavY weight lille goes lo the capsuleshaped lank in Ihe background an industrial processery vessel for Genoa Italy which
tipped the scales at ninety tons The tank was loaded on the ship immediately after the yacht but the yacht makes a better picture Hohenslein Shipping I Company are agents for the FABRE LINE Vessel in Savannah and handled all the loading operations
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HANSEN A TIDEMANN INC 405 Industrial Building P O Box 157 31402 Tel 2334104 HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 24 Drayton Street P O Box 2448 31402 Tel 2342421 MERRY SHIPPING CO 415 Masonic Building P O Box 1474 Augusta Georgia 30903 Tel PArk 24831 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 2348245 SOUTHERN SHIPPING CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1439 31402 Tel 2325335 STEVENS SHIPPING A TERMINAL CO 24 East Bay Street P O Box 1048 31402 Tel 2338131 STRACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Budding P O Box 470 31402 Tel 2344471 J R SHIPPING CO 9 East Bay Street 31401 Phone 2322129
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
EAST AFRICA Mombasa Tanga Dar es Salaam Zanzibar
African MeteorFarrell Southeastern MaritimeJan 24
African Dawn Farrell Southeastern MaritimeFeb 7
Mormacland RTRobin SirachanFeb 13
African Comet Farrell Southeastern MaritimeFeb 21
SOUTH AFRICA Capetown Pt Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques Beira
Hollybank CunardBrocklebank HohensteinJan 20
African MeteorFarrell Southeastern MaritimeJan 24
S A WelievredenSouth African MarineSmith A KellyJan 25
Mormacmail RT Robin SirachanJan 30
African Dawn Farrell Southeastern MaritimeFeb 7
Mormacland RTRobin L SirachanFeb 13
S A Nederburg South African MarineSmith A KellyFeb 15
Makrana CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein Feb 20
African Comet Farrell Southeastern MaritimeFeb 21
Tamatave MADAGASCAR
Mormacmail RT Robin SirachanJan 30
THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Parthenon RRoyal Netherlands SirachanFeb 9
Ammon RRoyal Netherlands SirachanFeb 23
Curacao NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Solon RRoyal Netherlands SirachanJan 24
Parthenon RRoyal Netherlands SirachanFeb 9
Ammon RRoyal Netherlands SirachanFeb 23
Kingston JAMAICA
Attis RRoyal Netherlands SirachanJan 24
Artemis RRoyal Netherlands SirachanFeb 23
Themis RRoyal Netherlands SirachanFeb 29
PortAuPrince HAITI
Allis RRoyal Netherlands SirachanJan 24
Artemis RRoyal Netherlands SirachanFeb 23
Themis RRoyal Netherlands SirachanFeb 29
Port ofSpain TRINIDAD
Solon RRoyal Netherlands SirachanJan 24
Mormaccape RT MooreMcCormack Sirachan Feb 8
Parthenon RRoyal Netherlands SirachanFeb 9
Ammon RRoyal Netherlands SirachanFeb 23
Mormacpine RTMooreMcCormack I Sirachan Feb 23
CENTRAL AMERICA
Balboa PANAMA CITY
NordvestWCL Southeastern MaritimeJan 15
Cristobal Colon
Nordvest WCL Southeastern MaritimeJan 15
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ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
COASTWISE
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT
HordeTorm SouthernJan 19
Algiers ALGERIA
HordaTorm SouthernJan 19
Barcelona SPAIN
Horda Torm Southern If
Vaccares Fabre Hohenstein 28
Masai Zim Southern 99
Velma Lykes Lykes Brothers Sirachan Feb 5
Qeshet Zim Southern Feb 15
Kenosha Fabre Hohenstein Feb 17
Qeshet Zim Southern Fh 98
Doctor Lykes Lykes Brothers Sirachan Feb 28
Beirut LEBANON
Horda Torm Southern Jan 19
Casablanca MOROCCO
Velma Lykes Lykes Brothers Sirachan Feb 5
Genoa ITALY
Karin Bornhofen Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Jan IS
Vaccares Fabre Hohenstein 98
Vellor Pisani Sidarma Southeastern Maritim 30
Zadar Jugolinija Smith ft Kelly le 31
Velma Lykes Lykes Brothers Sirachan Feb 5
Fran MorosiniSidarma Southeastern MaritimeFeb 7
KenoshaFabre HohensteinFeb 17
Doctor LykesLykes Brothers Sirachan Feb 28
Haifa ISRAEL Masai Zim Southern
Qeshet Zim Southern Feb IS
Qeshet Zim Sau th Am FaH OS

Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS
HordaTorm SouthernJan 19
Lattakie SYRIA
HordaTorm SouthernJan 19
Leghorn ITALY
Karin Bornhofen Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Jan 18
Vaccares Fabre Hohen f tein Jen 98
Vellor Pisani Sidarma Southeastern Maritime bshI 30
Fran Morosini Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Feb 7
Kenosha Fabre Hohenstein Feb 17
Doctor Lykes Lykes Brothers Strachan Feb 28

Leixoes PORTUGAL
Horda Torm Southern Jan 19
Lisbon PORTUGAL
Horda Torm So11 there If
Vaccares Fabre Hoben stain Jan 98
Kenosha Fabre Hohenstein Feb 17

Marseilles FRANCE
Karin Bornhofen Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Jan 18
Vaccares Fabre Hohenstein Jan 28
Vellor Pisani Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Smith ft Kelly Jan 30 31
Zadar Jugolinija
Fran Morosini Sidarma Southeastern Maritime 1 Hohenstein Feb Feb
Kenosha RIB Fabre 17
Naples ITALY Velma Lykes Lykes Brothers Strachan Fh 5
Doctor Lykes Lykes Brothers Strachan Feb 28
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Piraeus GREECE
MazalZim SouthernJan 89
Qeshet Zim 0 SouthernFeb 15
QeshetZim SouthernFeb 28
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
ZadarJugolinijaSmith ft KellyJan 31
Savona ITALY
Karin Bornhofen Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeJan 18
Veiior PisaniSidarma f1 Southeastern MaritimeJan 30
Fran Morosini Sidarma L Southeastern MaritimeFeb 7
St Louis Du Rhone
VaccaresFabre HohensteinJan 88
Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS
HordaTorrn SouthernJan 19
Trieste ITALY
ZadarJugolinijaSmith 8c KellyJan 31
Tripoli LIBYA
Velma Lykesf5Lykes Brolhers r SirachanFeb 5
Doctor LykesLykes Brothers SirachanFeb 28
Tunis TUNISIA
Velma Lykes Lykes Brothers SirachanFeb 5
Doctor LykesipHSLykes Brothers J20P Sirachan Feb 28
Valencia SPAIN
Vaccares1Fabre Hohenstein Jan 28
KenoshaFabre Hohenstein Feb 17
Venice ITALY Zadar
Velma LykesHR
Doctor Lykes
JugolinijaSmith KellyJan 31
Lykes Brothers Sirachan Feb 5
Lykes Brothers StrachanFeb 28
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
HilversumIndependent GuliSmith 8t KellyJan 20
Gaasierdyk RTHollandAmerica Hohenstein Jan 25
Pioneer CoveUnited States Sirachan Jan 29
Grebbedyk RT HollandAmerica HohensteinFeb 8
Thanasis Regent J R Shipping Feb 12
IttersumIndependent GuliSmith ft Kelly Feb 14
Grotedyk RTHollandAmerica Hohenstein Feb 21
FestivityiRegent J R Shipping Feb 27
American Manufacturer United States Sirachan Feb 28
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Antwerp NETHERLANDS
Finnboston Finn Stevens Jan 1718
Hilversum Independent Gull Smith ft Kelly Jan 20 1
Lutjenburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern M Jan 22
Gaasierdyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Jan 25
Pioneer Cove United Staiez Strachan Jan 29
Hasselburq OzeanStinnes Southeastern M Jan 31
Grebbedyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Feb 6 4 1
American Forester United Stales Strachan Feb 6
Svaneholm RT WilhelmzenSwed Atlantic Strachan Feb 10
Thanasis Regent J R Shipping Feb 12 V vlr
Independent Gull Smith ft Kelly Feb 14
Silvia OzeanStinnes Southeastern M Feb 15
Grotedyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Feb 21
Festivity Regent J R Shipping Feb 27
Bremen GERMANY
Finnboston Finn Stevens Jan 1718
Hilversum Independent Gulf Smith ft Kelly Jan 20
American Leader United States Strachan Jan 21
Lutjenburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern M Jan 22
Gaasierdyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Jan 25
Pioneer Cove United States Strachan Jan 29
Hasselburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern M Jan 31
Grebbedyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Feb 6
Svaneholm RT WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Feb 10
Thanasis Regent J R Shipping Feb 12
Ittersum Independent Gulf Smith ft Kelly Feb 14
OzeanStinnes Southeastern M Feb 15
Grotedyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Feb 21
Regent J R Shipping Feb 27
United States Strachan Feb 28

BremenBremerhaven GERMANY
American Leader United States Strachan Jan 21
Pioneer Cove United States Strachan Jan 29
American Manufacturer United States Strachan Feb 28
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Hamburg GERMANY
Finnboston Finn Stevens Jan 1718
Hilversum Independent Gulf Smith ft Kelly Jan 20
American Leader United States Strachan Jan 21
Luijpnhurg OzeanStinnes Southeastern M Jan 22
Gaasierdyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Jan 25
Hasselburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern M Jan 31
Grebbedyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Feb 6
Svaneholm RT WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Feb 10
Thanasis Regent J R Shipping Feb 12
Ittersum Independent Gulf Smith ft Kelly Feb 14
Silvia OzeanStinnes Southeastern M Feb 15
Grotedyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Feb 21
Festivity Regent J R Shipping Feb 27
American Manufacturer United States Strachan Feb 28
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Grebbedyk RT HollandAmerica HohensteinFeb 6
Svaneholm RTWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanFeb 10
Grotedyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinFeb S1
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Agency Sailing Date
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
Finnboston
Hilversum
LutjenburgMMfR
Gaasterdyk RT
Pioneer Cove
HasselburgSjjHfiM
Grebbedyk RT
Svaneholm RT
ThanasisU
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SilviaLj
Grotedyk RT
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American Manufacturer
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OzeanStinnes
HollandAmerica
United Stales
OseanStinnes i HollandAmerica
WilhelmsenSwed
Regent MBM
Independent Gulf OzeanStinnes HollandAmerica
Regent
United States
Stevens Jan 1710
Smith k KellyJan SO
a Southeastern MJan 8S
HohensteinJan SS
StrachanJan 8
Southeastern MJan 31
HohensteinFeb f
Atlantic StrachanFeb 10
J R ShippingFeb IS
Smith ft KellyFeb 14
Southeastern MFeb IS
RfiMH HohensteinFeb 81
J R ShippingFeb 87
StrachanFeb 80
PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
Am ft AustralianSmith ft Kelly Jan 16
Dorset
Montreal StarBlue Star SouthA inn
Cap BlancoColumbus Southern Jan 10
NottinghamAm ft AustralianSmith ft KellyJan 88
Australian IsleFarrell Southeastern MaritimeJan 85
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern Jan 31
New York Star Blue Star Southern Feb 1
City of AdelaideAm ft Australian Smith ft Kelly Feb 8
Port Albany RPort Strachan Feb 11
Australian Gulf FarreU Southeastern Maritime Feb 18
Cap VerdeColumbus pT3t SouthernFeb 17
Cty of Sydney Am ft AustralianSmith ft Kelly Feb 1
African StarFarrell Southeastern Maritime March 1
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
NorthumberlandAm ft AustralianSmith ft KellyJan 8
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
Dorset Am ft Australian Smith ft KellyJan 16
Montreal StarBlue Star Southern Jan 16
Cap Blanco Columbus SouthernJan 10
NottinghamAm ft Australian Smith ft KellyJan 88
Australian Isle IBMBfl FarreU gi Southeastern Maritime Jan 8S
Cap Vilano Columbus SouthernJan 31
New York Star Blue Star SouthernFeb 1
City of Adelaide Am ft AustraUan LLSmith ft KellyFeb 8
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Port Albany RPort StrachanFeb 11
AustraUan GulfFarreU Southeastern MaritimeFeb 18
Cap VerdeColumbus SouthernFeb 17
City of SydneyplAm ft Australiau f Smith ft KeUyJFeb 19
African Star FarreU Southeastern MaritimeMarch 1
Buco PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil CorregidorI Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Phil RizalMaritime of PhilzSoutheastern M
PhU BataanMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Jan 80 Jan 84 Feb 80
Cagayan de Oro
North QueenC T O
Hohenstein
Feb 7
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Corregidor
Phil Rizal
Philippines
Phil Pres Garcia
Phil Bataan
PhU Pres Osmena
Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Maritime of Phils Southeastern M
United PhiUppine Z Southern
United PhiUppine Southern
Maritime of Phils Southeastern M
United Philippine Southern
Jan 80 Jan 84 Jan 89 Feb 18 Feb 80 Feb 86
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil CorregidorMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Phil Rizal Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
PhilippinesUnited Philippine Southern
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine Southern
Phil BataanMaritime of PhUsSoutheastern M
PhU Pres OsmenaUnited PhiUppine Southern
Jan 80 Jan 84 Jan 89 Feb 18 Feb 80 Feb 86
Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
NorthumberlandAm ft AustraUanSmith ft KeUy
Jan 89
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
Australian IsleFarreU Southeastern Maritime
City of Adelaide Am ft AustraUanSmith ft KeUy
AustraUan GulfFarrell Southeastern MariUme
African StarFarreU Southeastern Maritime
Jan 85
Feb 8
Feb 18
March 1
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Phil Corregidor Phil Rizal MariUme of Phils Southeastern M Maritime of Phils Southeastern M Jan 80
Export Buyer RTP PhiUppines Am Export Isbrandtsen United Philippine Strachan Southern Jan 84 Jan 89
Oregon Maru K Line Stevens Jan 3f
Norih Queen C T O Hohenstein Feb 7
Export Bay RTP Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Feb 9
Phil Prez Garca United Philinnine Southern Feb 18
Phil Batean
Tsuneshima Maru K Line Stevens Feb 81
Export Aide RTP Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Feb 84
Phil Pres Osmena United PhiUppine Southern Feb 86
Nevada Maru K Line Stevens March 6

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Iloio PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil CorregidorMaritime ot PhilsSoutheastern MJan SO
Phil RixalMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern MJan S4
PhilippinesUnited Philippine Southern Jan 29
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine SouthernFeb IS
Phil BataanMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern MFeb SO
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine Southern Feb S6
Inchon KOREA
Export Buyer RTPAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachan Jan 24
Export Bay RTPAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Feb
Export Aide RTPAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanFeb 84
Ship
Australian GullFarrell Southeastern MaritimeFeb 18
Cap Verde Columbus Southern Feb 17
City of SydneyAm Sc AustralianSmith A KellyFeb 19
African StarFarrellSoutheastern Maritime March 1
Nagoya JAPAN
Saitama Maru RTN Y K Strachan Jan S3
Oregon MaruK Line StevensJan 30
Sado Maru RTN Y K Strachan Feb 4
Hague Maru RTP MiisuiO S K Strachan Feb
Yamaloshi Maru YamashitaShinnihon Smith A Kelly Feb 14
Tsuneshima MaruK Line StevensFeb 81
Nevada MaruK Line Stevens March 6
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Hai PingChina Merchants
Export Buyer tRTPAm Export Isbrandtsen
Hai DahChina Merchants
Export Bay RTPAm Export Isbrandtsen
Export JUde RTPAm Export Isbrandtsen
Keelung FORMOSA
Hai PingChina Merchants
Export Buyer RTPAm Export Isbrandtsen
Oregon MaruK Line
Hai DahChina Merchants
Export Bay RTPAm Export Isbrandtsen
Tsuneshima MaruK Line
Export Aide RTP Am Export Isbrandtsen
Nevada MaruK Line
SouthernJan 19
StrachanJan 84
SouthernJan 31
StrachanFeb 9
StrachanFeb 24
SouthernJan 19
Strachan Jan 24
StevensJan 30
Southern Jan 31
StrachanFeb 9
StevensFeb 81
StrachanFeb 24
StevensMarch 4
Kobe JAPAN
Hai Ping
Saitama Maru RT
Export Buyer RTP
Philippines
Oregon Maru
Hai Dah
Sado Maru RT
Hague Maru RTP Export Bay RTP
Phil Pres Garcia
Yamaloshi Maru
Tsuneshima Maru
Export Aide RTP
Phil Pres Osmena
Nevada Maru
fhina Merchants Southern Jan
N Y K Strachan Jan
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Jan
United Philippine Southern Jan
Stevens Jan
China Merchants Southern Jan
N Y K Strachan Feb
Strachan Feb
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Feb
United Philippine Southern Feb
YamashitaShinnihon Smith A Kelly Feb
K Line Stevens Feb
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Feb
United Philippine Southern Feb
K Line Stevens March
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Lyttelton NEW ZEALAND
NorthumberlandAm A AustralianSmith A KellyJan 29
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil CorregidorMaritime of Phils
Phil RisaMaritime of Phils
PhilippinesUnited Philippine
North QueenC T O
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine
Phil BataanMaritime of Phils
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine
Southeastern MJan 20
Southeastern MJan 24
Southern Jan 89
HohensteinFeb 7
SouthernFeb 12
Southeastern MFeb 20
SouthernFeb 24
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
Dorset Am A Australian Smith A Kelly Jan 14
Montreal Star Blue Star Southern Jan 14
Cap Blanco Columbus Southern Jan 18
Nottingham Am A Australian Smith A Kelly Jan 22
Australian Isle Farrell Southeastern Maritime Jan 25
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern Jan 31
New York Star Blue Star Southern Feb 1
City off Adelaide Am A Australian Smith A Kelly Feb 2
Port Albany R Port Strachan Feb 11
Naha OKINAWA
Export Buyer RTPAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanJan 24
Napier NEW ZEALAND
NorthumberlandAm A AustralianSmith A KellyJan 29
New Castle AUSTRALIA
Australian IsleFarrell
Australian GulfFarrell
JLirican Star Farrell
Southeastern MaritimeJan 25 4
Southeastern MaritimeFeb 12
Southeastern MaritimeMarch 1
Osaka JAPAN
Saitama Maru RT
Export Buyer RTP
Oregon Maru
Sado Maru RT
Hague Maru RTP Export Bay RTP
Yamatoshi Maru
Tsuneshima Maru
Export Aide RTP Nevada Maru
N Y K StrachanJan 23
Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachan Jan 24
K Line StevensJan 30
N Y K StrachanFeb 4
MitsuiO S K StrachanFeb 4
Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachanFeb 9
YamashitaShinnihonSmith A KellyFeb 14
K Line StevensFeb 21
Am ExportIsbrandtsenStrachan Feb 24
K Line StevensMarch 4
Penang MALAYSIA North Queen C T O Hohenstein Feb 7
Port Swettenham MALAYSIA C T O Hohenstein Feb 7

Pusan KOREA Export Buyer RTP Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Stevens Jan Jan 24 30
Export Bay RTP Export Aide RTP Am Export Isbrandtsen Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Strachan Feb Feb 9 24
Sihanoukville CAMBODIA North Queen C T O Hohenstein Feb 7
Singapore STRAITS SETTLEMENT
North QueenC T O Hohenstein Feb 7
Sydney AUSTRALIA
Dorset Am A AustralianSmith A Kelly
Montreal StarBlue Star Southern
Cap BlancoColumbus Southern
Nottingham Am A AustralianSmith A Kelly
Australian Isle Farrell Southeastern Maritime
Cap VilanoColumbus Southern
New York StarBlue Star Southern
City of AdelaideAm A AustralianSmith A Kelly
Port Albany RPort Strachan
Australian Gulf Farrell Southeastern Maritime
Cap VerdeColumbus Southern
Cty of SydneyAm A AustralianSmith A Kelly
African StarFarrell Southeastern Maritime
Wellington NEW ZEALAND
NorthumberlandAm A AustralianSmith A Kelly
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Jan 14
Jan If
Jan 22
Jan 25
Jan 31
Feb 1
Feb 2
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Feb 19 March 1
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Yokohama JAPAN
Hai Ping
Sailama Mani RT
Export Buyer RTP
Philippines
Oregon Maru
Hai Dah
Sado Mani RT
Hague Maru RTP
Export Bay RTP
Phil Pres Garcia
Yamatoshi Maru
Tsuneshima Maru
Export Aide RTP
Phil Pres Oimena
Nevada Maru
China Merchants
N Y K i
Am Export Isbrandtsen
United Philippine
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China Merchants
N Y K
MitsuiO S K
Am Export Isbrandtsen
United Philippine
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K Line
Am Export Isbrandtsen
United Philippine
K Line
SouthernJan 19
StrachanJan S3
PERSIAN GULF
Port Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic LaurelHellenic
StevensFeb SI
StrachanFeb S4
SouthernFeb 24
Stevens March i
StevensJan SI
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Hellenic LaureLHellenic StevensJan SI
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic LaureLHellenic StevensJan SI
SCANDINAVIA BALT 1C
Copenhagen DENMARK
Svaneholm RT WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic
StrachanFeb IS
Gdynia POLAND
Svaneholm RT WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Feb 10
Gothenburg SWEDEN
Svaneholm RT WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Feb 10
Helsinki FINLAND Finn Stevens Jen 1718
Svaneholm RT WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Feb 10
Kotka FINLAND Finn Stevens Jan 1718

Malmo SWEDEN Iris Stevens Feb 1
Svaneholm RT WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Feb 10
Norrkoping SWEDEN
Svaneholm RT WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Feb 10
Oslo NORWAY Svaneholm RT WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Feb 10
Stockholm SWEDEN
Powell River Iris Stevens Feb 1
Svaneholm RT WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Feb 10
Turku Abo FINLAND
Finn Stevens Jan 1718
Svaneholm RT WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Feb 10
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Belem BRAZIL
Southern Jan 29 Mormacpine RT MooreMcCormack Strachan Feb 23
Stevens Jan 30 Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
Southern Jan 31 Rio do Janeiro Ivaran Southern 16
Strachan Feb 4 Strachan 18
Strachan Feb 6 Montevideo Ivaran Southern Jan 30
Strachan Feb 9 Mormaccape RT MooreMcCormack Strachan Feb 8
Southern Feb 12 Santos Ivaran Southern Feb 16
Fortaleza BRAZIL
Mormacpine RTMooreMcCormack
StrachanFeb 23
Montevideo URUGUAY
Rio de JaneiroIvaran
Mormacpenn RTMooreMcCormack
MontevideoIvaran
Mormaccape RTMooreMcCormack
SantosIvaran
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Paranagua BRAZIL
Mormacpenn RT MooreMcCormack
Mormaccape RTMooreMcCormack
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Strachan
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Mormacpine RTMooreMcCormack
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Feb 23
Recife BRAZIL
Mormacpenn RT MooreMcCormack
Mormacpine RT MooreMcCormack
Strachan
Strachan
Jan 18 Feb 23
Rio De Janeiro BRAZIL
Rio de Janeiro Sta
Mormacpenn RT
Montevideo
Mormaccape RTJ
Santos
Ivaran Southern Jan 16
MooreMcCormack Strachan Jan 18
Ivaran Southern Jan 30
MooreMcCormack Strachan Feb 8
Ivaran Southern Feb 16
MooreMcCormack Strachan Feb 23
Rio Grande Do Sul BRAZIL
Mormaccape RT Mormacpine RT MooreMcCormack MooreMcCormack Strachan Strachan Feb 8 Feb 23
Salvador BRAZIL Mormacpine RT MooreMcCormack Strachan Feb 23
Santos BRAZIL Rio de Janeiro Ivaran Southern Jan 16
Mormacpenn RT MooreMcCormack Ivaran Strachan Southern Jan 18 Jan 30
Mormaccape RT Santos MooreMcCormack Ivaran Strachan Southern Feb 8 Feb 16
Mormacpine RT MooreMcCormack Strachan Feb 23
SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST
Aruba NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Solon RRoyal Netherlands
StrachanJan 26
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
Solon R Royal Netherlands
Parthenon R Royal Netherlands
Ammon R Royal Netherlands
Strachan
Strachan
Strachan
Jan 26 Feb 9 Feb 23
La Guaira VENEZUELA
Solon R Ciudad de Cumana Royal Netherlands Venezuelan Smith Strachan ft Kelly Jan Jan 26 28
Parthenon R Royal Netherlands Strachan Feb 9
Guayana Venezuelan Smith ft Kelly Feb 11
Ammon R Royal Netherlands Strachan Feb 23
Ciudad de Cumana Venezuelan Smith ft Kelly Feb 26
Maracaibo VENEZUELA Attic R Royal Netherlands Strachan Jan 26
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA SAVANNAH GEORGIA
2 Adgers Wharf Ocean Terminal Building
Phone RA 22921 Phone ADams 23151
BRUNSWICK GEORGIA
State Docks Building Phone 2657588
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone Elgin 57671

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Royal Netherlands Strachan Feb 23
Themis R Royal Netherlands Strachan Feb 29
Matanzas VENEZUELA Am rnmani Venezuelan Smith ft Kelly Jan 28
Z V en ezu elan Smith ft Kelly Feb 11
Ciudad da Cumana Venezuelan Smith ft Kelly Feb 26
Paramaribo SURINAM Strachan Jan 26
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Ammon R Royal Netherlands Strachan Feb 23
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA Royal Netherlands Strachan Jan 26
Pmlail il fvintami Smith ft Kelly Jan 28
Viluuau W Vumana Guayana Venezuelan Smith ft Kelly Feb 11
Royal Netherlands Strachan Feb 23
Ciudad da Cumana Thamis R Smith ft Kelly Feb 26
Royal Netherlands Strachan Feb 29
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Royal Netherlands StrachanJan
Royal Netherlands Strachan Feb
Royal Netherlands StrachanFeb
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Antofagasta CHILE
Nordvest WCL Southeastern Maritime Jan 15
Arica CHILE
Nordvest WCL Southeastern MaritimeJan 15
Buenaventura COLOMBIA
NordvestWCL Southeastern MaritimeJan 15
Callao PERU
NordvestWCL Southeastern MaritimeJan 15
Guayaquil ECUADOR
Nordvest WCL Southeastern MaritimeJan 15
Matarani PERU
Nordvest WCL Southeastern MaritimeJan 15
San Antonio CHILE
Nordvest WCL Southeastern MaritimeJain 15
Talcahuano CHILE
NordvestWCL Southeastern MaritimeJan 15
Valparaiso CHILE
NordvestWCL Southeastern MaritimeJan 15
SOUTH ASIA
Bangkok THAILAND
North Queen
Bombay INDIA
Jalarajan
State of Punjab
Steel Surveyor R
Vishva Tirth
Flying Endeavor
Jaladhruv
Flying Enterprise
State of West BengalI
Stale of Madhya Pradesh
Flying Foam
C T O Hohenstein Feb 7
Scindia Smith ft Kelly Jan 18
s C I Smith ft Kelly Jan 22
Isthmian Strachan Jan 23
S C I Smith ft Kelly Jan 29
Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Jan 29
Scindia Smith ft Kelly Feb 4
Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Feb 8
s C I Smith ft Kelly Feb 12
s C I Smith ft Kellv Feb 22
Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Feb 27
Calcutta INDIA
JalarajanScindiaSmith ft KellyJan 18
HollybankCunardBrocklebank Hohenstein Jan 20
Hellenic LaurelHellenic StevensJan 21
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Data
State of Punjab il C I Smith ft Kellv Jan 22
Steel Surveyor R Vishva Tirth Isthmian Strachan Jan 23 M f kr X
S C I Smith ft Kellv Jan 29
Fly in 0 Endeavor Am Exnori Isbrandisen Strachan Jan 29 X iff
Jaladhruv Scindia Smith ft Kellv Feb 4
Flying Enterprise Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Feh 8 fl
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Makrana CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein Feb 20 q T 1
State of Madhya Pradesh S C I Smith ft Kelly Feb 22 HM
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Chalna PAKISTAN Hollybank CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein Jan 20 I j I
Flying Endeavor Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Jan 29 1
Flying Enterprise Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Feb 8
MaWana CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein Feb 20 RI r U
Flving Foam Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Feb 27
Chittagong PAKISTAN HollAnin Laurel Hellenic Stevens Jan 21 HU fi 1
Flying Endeavor Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Jan 29
Flying Enterprise Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Feb 8 t
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Cochin INDIA Jalarajan Scindia Smith ft Kelly Jan 18
Vishva Tirth J ala dhr u v S C I Smith ft Kelly Scindia Smith ft Kelly Jan Feb 29 4 1
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Makrana CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein Feb 20
Djakarta INDONESIA North Queen C T O Hohenstein Feb 7 O T
Karachi PAKISTAN UaIIamm T mival Hollow ir Stevens Jan 21
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Am Export Isbrandisen i Strachan Jan 29
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Isthmian Strachan Jan 23
Vishva Tirth S C I Smith ft Kelly Jan 29
Flying Endeavor Am Exnori Isbrandisen Strachan Jan 29
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Flying Enterprise Am Export Isbrandisen i Strachan Feb 8
Stale of West BengaL Makrana S C I Smith ft Kelly Feb 12
CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein Feb 20
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Dublin IRELAND Irish Spruce Manchester Smith ft Kelly Jan 17
Manchester Commerce Manchester Smith Kelly Feb 11 Bf 1
Liverpool ENGLAND American Forester United States Strachan Feb 6 1 v y
London ENGLAND American Forester United Stales Strachan Feb 6 I ft fi
Manchester ENGLAND TvSdfi Snnitfo Manchester Smith ft Kelly Jan 17 Hr Tt Ni k 1
Manchester Commerce Manchester Smith ft Kelly Feb 11
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STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402
310 East Bav Street P 0 Box 2747 9122348265
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201
1746 East Adams Street P 0 Box 1504 9043538201
AGENTS FOR
Alcoa Steamship Co Dominican Steamship Line Farrell Lines Insco Lines
Maritime Co of the Philippines
SERVING Canaveral Florida Fernandina Florida Jacksonville Florida Brunswick Georgia Savannah Georgia
Port Royal South Carolina Charleston South Carolina Georgetown South Carolina Wilmington North Carolina Morehead City North Carolina
Motorships Inc Netumar Line OzeanStinnes Line Saguenay Shipping Ltd Sidarma Line Wallenius Line West Coast Lines

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SHIPPING COMPANIES
HANSEN TIDEMANN INC
J 206 East Bay Street HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 2334104
BE 24 Drayton Street JSsvR SHIPPING CO INC 2342621
1 m r L I 5jjv 9 East Bay Street SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks 2322129
Lu tr Ocean Terminals SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 2323151
i m t 310 East Bay Street S SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks 2348265
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Brunswick State Docks 2657588
L 9 STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
b 26 East Bay Street Brunswick State Docks STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Bank Trust Building 2338131 2654734 2346671
Brunswick State Docks TARVER SHIPPING COMPANY 2654919
0 105107 East Bay Street 2348829
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
f ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
La 408 American Building2360259
H W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
T 4COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC
Realty Building 2368645
teCRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
J K EBBERWEIN
Suite 208209 Realty Building2326184
1 JOHN S JAMES
f 31 West Congress Street2320211
E L MOBLEY
p 606 Realty Building2340686
D J POWERS
Pi American Building 2347241
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocedn Terminals 2323151
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
f j 26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
GEORGE W WISE JR
fp 404 Realty Building2330171
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKERS
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S1 408 American Building2360259
W G CARROLL
JA 411 American Building2338902
721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta 8736939
V CRAIG COMPANY
Y Realty Building 2321119
JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
E L MOBLEY
606 Realty Building2340686
D J POWERS
I American Building 2347241
J W TARVER
Arcade Building 2348829
f M DONALD R WINTER
721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta 8725309
STEVEDORES
if OHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
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105107 East Bay Street2348829
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
T 310 East Bay Street2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
U S ARMY OUTPORT
SAVANNAH OUTPORT MTMTS
State Docks Garden City2367179
BARGE SERVICE INTRACOASTAL
C G WILLIS INCPaulsboro N J
BARGE SERVICE INLAND
MERRY BROTHERSAugusta Ga
MOTOR FREIGHT LINES
ABC EXPRESS CO2345183
AKERS MOTOR LINES INC2348846
Brunswick2656948
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION
CO INC2343435
BROWN TRANSPORT CORP2334718
CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP 2330919
CAUDELL TRANSFER CO2323334
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES INC2368217
CHATHAM TRANSFER CO2337084
COASTAL TRANSPORT
TRADING CO2345183
COOPER MOTOR LINES INC2321466
DURRENCE TRANSFER CO2322105
EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION CO 2345309
FEDDERWITZ TRUCKING CO 2345183
FIVE TRANSPORTATION CO2320147
Brunswick2653240
GAY TRUCKING CO9644341
GEORGIA HWY EXPRESS INC2334543
Brunswick2643933
GIVENS MOTOR EXPRESS INC2336073
HARPER MOTOR LINES INC2328124
Brunswick2658622
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES2342681
HERRIN TRANSPORTATION CO2341349
HOWARD HALL CO INC2336584
HUCKABEE TRANSPRT CORP2366112
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES 2340779
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT 2335745
McLEAN TRUCKING CO2333063
MOTOR CONVOY 2368536
NEW DIXIE LINES INC2364229
NILSON MOTOR EXPRESS2368215
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION 2339613
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS2348823
PLOOF TRANSFR CO INC2345065
Brunswick2652030
R C MOTOR LINES INC2368291
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC2342568
ROGERS TRUCK LINE2334543
SOUTHERN FREIGHT LINES2327285
TAMIAMI FREIGHTWAYS INC2365734
Brunswick2652233
RAIL TRANSPORT
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY CO
Sales Freight Traffic 2326159
SAVANNAH ATLANTA RAILWAY CO
Sales Department 2323113
SAVANNAH STATE DOCKS RAILROAD Garden City Terminal
J B Donaldson2361561
SEABOARD COAST LINE RAILROAD CO
Regional Sales Manager2332431
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO
Traffic Manager
G Ed Johnston2341388
Brunswick Freight Office2655310
EXPORT PACKING DRUMMING
SAVANNAH EXPORT BOXING INC
Savannah State Docks2333065
SOUTHLAND OIL CORP
State DocksGarden City2362447
BANKS WITH INTERNATIONAL OFFICES
CITIZENS SOUTHERN
NATIONAL BANK Box 4292345101
LIBERTY NATIONAL
BANK TRUSTBox 4902334111
SAVANNAH BANK
TRUST COBox 4892343441
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE U S Customhouse1 East Bay Street
DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF CUSTOMS
Mrs Marion Faircloth Baker2324321
Ext 256
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Inspection Control
Charles P Simon2324321 Ext 264
CUSTOM PORT DIRECTOR Brunswick
Marcus D Knight Federal Building 2651955 MARINE SECTION
Quinton E Brown Supervisory
Marine Officer 2324321 Ext 255
INSPECTIONAL SECTION
William E Thompson Supervisory
Customs Inspector 2334632
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Classification Value
Frank E Heidt Jr2324321 Ext 265
ENTRY MINISTERIAL SECTION William D Wood Jr2324321 Ext 345
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS AGENCY SERVICE
Room 206 Customhouse
AGENT IN CHARGE
William F Hughes2324321 Ext 342
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS LABORATORY
Room 211 Customhouse
CHIEF CHEMIST
Homer L Strickland2324321 Ext 344
UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
INSPECTOR IN CHARGE
Robert L Poole2324321 Ext 368
24hour answering service2323246
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Room 208 Customhouse INSPECTOR IN CHARGE J Henry Pruitt2324321
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE Area Extension Horticulture
Room 8BCustomhouse
OFFICER IN CHARGE
Henry Clay 2335927
AUXILIARY SERVICES
INTERNATIONAL SEAMANS BETHAL Director
Charles Nelson 25 Houston2342438
CONSULS
BRAZIL
Jack M Sayler East River St2342266
DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen 15 West Liberty 2322141 FINLAND
A G Van Schaick 202 West Bay 2346646
FRANCE
Edwin J Middleton
Wilmington Island 8971969
GERMANY
F A O Bahre 20 East 48th2332011
ITALY
Joseph M Cafiero1127 East 50th 3550586 NETHERLANDS
A G Van Schaick 202 West Bay 2346646
NORWAY
J P Imlay 314 Columbus Drive 3552393 SWEDEN
L Roy Riddick 727 East 52nd3557490
VENEZUELA
Sr Jorge Manrique 140 Bull2341005
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The Georgia Ports Authority now has 22 deepwater berths serving a wide trade area in the Midwest and the Southeast Georgia ports serve this 13state area at inland freight rates equal to or less than rates charged by any other Atlantic or Gulf port For additional information contact our man at any one of our following sales offices
NEW YORK 233 Broadway 2122675731 Teletype 2125711312 George Eggert
CHICAGO 200 South Michigan Ave 3124278478 Fred Whelan
ATLANTA 1131 Healey Bldg 4045251595 Teletype 4045271034 Claude H Newman
SAVANNAH P O Box 1039 9122361561 Teletype 810784563 J D Holt
BRUNSWICK P O Box 1758 9122658500 Cecil G Gnann
BONN GERMANY 532 BonnBad Godesberg Ruengsdorfer Strasse 53 Telephone Bad Godesberg 69344
TOKYO JAPAN 929 Nikkatsu International Bldg Yuraducho Chiyoda Ku Telephone 2114566
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SAVANNAH CONSTRUCTION 4
BRUNSWICK CONSTRUCTION 6
OLD MAN RIVER 8
AUGUSTA BARGE MOVEMENT 9
BAINBRIDGE PIPELINE 12
GPA TOKYO 16
SEA HORSES 18
PORT NEWS VIEWS 20
SAILING SCHEDULE 25
DIRECTORY OF PORT SERVICES 31
Old Man River proves a point on pages 813 If you think inlandwater transportation is outmoded in this Jet Age read on dear reader and become one of the Enlightened Ones
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OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
W D Trippe Cedartown Chairman
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Vice Chairman
Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie SecretaryTreasurer
Stanley M Karsman Savannah Attorney
Robert C Norman Augusta
Thomas M Johnson Sr Savannah
A M Harris Sr Brunswick
J Willis Conger Bainbridge
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James J Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude H Newman Atlanta Director of Commerce and Traffic Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director Makio Yamada Tokyo Japan Far Eastern Director Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
Official publication Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 Savannah Georgia 31402 Telephone 9122361561 Advertising rates furnished on request
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EDITORS NOTE Mr Holt was asked to speak at a Trade with Japan Manient of a World Trade Conference in Atlanta Due to other eonnnitinents he was unable to attend but sent tbe following message to llie eonieiinee delegates Considering oar artiele on page 16 of this issue concerning our Tokyo Office we felt it would be appropriate to reprint his remarks for nut reader
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During this slide presentation you have seen the products of farms and factories moving from all parts of the world and to all parts of the world
The movement of goods in international trade is the end result of a thought that found its origin in the mind of a man or in the minds of a group of men endowed with imagination
But if in our enthusiasm any of us leaves this meeting today with an idea of how he or she can make a contribution to the expansion of foreign commerce and tomorrow the idea dies aborning maybe the wrong meeting has been attended
As you know we have two representatives headquartered in Tokyo They are Japanese Nationals They spent a month in the United States recently and the conclusions one draws are moderately encouraging or moderately alarming dependent upon ones point of view
These men spent one week in Chicago calling upon Japanese oriented importers and exporters in addition to seven working days in New York and nearly a week in Houston
Yes the Southeast is being covered alright but it is being covered for the most part by either New York by Chicago or Houston Moderately encouraging or moderately alarmingwe do have a choice of point of view
Self satisfaction may be the plague of our time Let us not be satisfied until we have personnel from all of the major Japanese companies as well as those from the other great trading nations of the world headquartered here in Atlanta the trading capital of the Southeast
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GPA Construction
Savannah On Schedule
The Georgia Ports Authoritys five and onehalf million dollar expansion program at Savannahs Ocean Terminal is moving on schedule and should be operational by late this year
The new general cargo facilities will include two berths extending 1200 feet along the Savannah River a transit shed two warehouses rail service truck access utilities and an open storage area In addition the crane rails on berth 18 will be extended to allow the GPAs two 50 ton gantry cranes access to the new berths
Tonnage through Ocean Terminal has grown from 163515 tons in 1959 the first full year of operation of the facility by the GPA to 593954 tons in 1967
This 263 percent tonnage increase can be directly traced to the Authority s extensive new construction and renovation program of the facility Current construction when completed will give the Ocean Terminal twelve operational berths
GPA Construction
Brunswick I Likewise
The Geor gia Ports Authoritys two million dollar expansion program is proceeding right on schedule and will be operational late this year
The new facilities are being built adjacent to and immediately north of the two existing GPA general cargo berths and the Brunswick Port Authoritys bulk handling berth The completion of this current project will give the Port of Brunswick a complex of three general cargo berths and one bulk handling berth
The construction will add to the present facility a 540 foot marginal wharf and a 32760 square foot transit shed extension
Expansion plans include double marginal rail tracks running the entire length of the new dock rail and truck loading facilities and complete fire protection including a sprinkler system for the new transit shed
Tonnage for the GPAs Brunswick operations for the year ending December 31 1967 was up 88 percent over the previous year
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Columbia Nitrogen Moves Cyclohexane Savannah To Augusta Via Barge
A new barge movement on the Savannah River exemplifies the practicality of low cost water transportation and the logical linking of deepwater and inland ports
This latest marriage of economic transports involves a deepwater movement of Cyclohexane to the Savannah terminals of the Colonial Oil Industries Inc where the chemical is stored in specially designed tanks
As required the Cyclohexane is loaded on barges and moved up the Savannah
River for discharge to Columbia Nitrogens Augusta operations Using the Cyclohexane as a basic raw material Columbia Nitrogen produces Caprolactam which is used in the production of Nylon 6 This end product is shipped from centrally located Augusta to various customers of Columbia Nitrogen throughout the Southern and Eastern areas of the U S
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The CPAs Inland Barge Terminal at Bainbridge recently served as a key to a tricky transportation problem as over 100 miles of pipeline moved through the facility enroute to Florida
The shipment orginated at the A 0 Smith Steel Mills in Houston Texas and arrived on schedule in perfect condition at Bainbridge via the intracoastal waterway the Apalachicola Chattahoochee and Flint rivers
The pipes were purchased by the Florida Gas Company who is constructing a natural gas pipeline from near Baton Rouge Louisiana to Miami Florida
The T E Mercer Trucking Company of Fort Worth Texas utilized fifteen to forty trucks a day moving the pipe from Bainbridge to its final destination in Worthington Florida
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The A 0 Smith Corporation of Texas was so pleased with their natural gas pipeline movement through the GPAs Bainbridge terminal that they had no questions as to what facility was best suited for a movement of petroleum pipeline to the Atlantic area Their decision was GPA Columbus
Their first shipment to the Plantation Pipeline Company consisted of three barges
which was trucked out of Columbus via Horne Heavy Haulers to Atlanta
L J Huddleston photo below Traffic Assistant for the A 0 Smith Corporation who supervised the Bainbridge movement was on hand in Columbus to oversee the operation
As the magazine goes to press the second shipment consisting of 30 barges is enroute to Columbus
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On occasion through the pages of the Georgia AnchorAge the Georgia Ports Authority takes the opportunity to salute many old and valued customers In this issue we salute the Caterpillar Tractor Co which since its organization in 1925 has been among the nations leading exporters
Caterpillar manufacturing operations are conducted at nine U S plants East Peoria Aurora Decatur Joliet and Mossville Illinois Davenport Iowa Milwaukee Wisconsin San Leandro California and York Pennsylvania All of these plants operate at full capacity throughout the year
Sales service and manufacturing within the continental United States are administered by the parent company Caterpillar Tractor Co which is located in a new ultramodern general headquarters building in downtown Peoria Illinois see photo upper right
Separately organized whollyowned subsidiaries are responsible
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Caterpillar equipment users have played a major role in the history of a dynamic industry Today they jL are working on civilian and military projects building new highways and vital farm to market roads laying pipelines in an ever expanding web clearing streets and building dams airports and levees
Caterpillar equipment can also be found tilling and terracing farm 1 lands working in deserts forests 1 and lands erecting bridges and JU buildings and powering crushers Tr cotton gins shrimp boats and public w utilities
Wherever there is construction progress or a need for dependable diesel power there will likely be found a Caterpillar product or I work accomplished by a Caterpillar 1 customer
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In June 1967 the Georgia Ports Authority opened a Far Eastern Sales Office in Tokyo Japan In January of this year Mr Makio Yamada GPAs Far Eastern Director and Mr I Togioka GPA Sales Representative paid their first orientation and business call in the United States
Their first stop was in Chicago where Mr Fred Whelan GPAs Western Regional Manager accompanied them on numerous calls on Japanese trading companies and the various representatives of steamship lines providing service between the Ports of SavannahBrunswick and the Far East
Their next stop was the Georgia Ports Authoritys Sales Office in New York where they spent seven working days with Eastern Regional Manager Walter Hausser and Sales Representative Joe Downing calling on Japanese oriented importers and exporters
Next on their itinerary was a visit to the deep water terminals at Brunswick and Savannah where they had a first hand look at all the operations of these two ultra modern port facilities
While in Savannah they attended a general staff meeting where the main topic of discussion was the importexport traffic between the USA Japan and the Far East
After a few days in the Port Cities Messrs Yamada and Togioka moved on to Atlanta where they made more busicalls and discussed the various aspects of freight rates and traffic regulations with the GPAs Director of Traffic and Commerce Claude Newman
From Atlanta the visitors along with Mr Whelan went to Houston for nearly one week of calls before leaving for Los Angeles and still more solicitation calls in that city and other west coast cities before returning to Japan
Commenting on the visit of Messrs Yamada and Togioka GPA Executive Director J D Holt said We brought these two fine gentlemen to the States to learn first hand our operations and in turn to learn from them I feel as do all our GPA personnel that both of these objectives have been reached This twoway exchange of ideas within the Georgia Ports Authority has attributed to much of the success of the Ports of Georgia becoming the largest and busiest p6rts on the South Atlantic range
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Executive Director J D Holt greets Far Eastern Director Yamada and Sales Representative Togioka at the Georgia Ports Authoritys headquarters in Savannah One of the highlights of Messrs Yamada and Togiokas visit was a call at the general offices of John Deere Co at Maline Illinois which is illustrated in the photograph on the left Below Mr Yamada shows his approval at finding John Deere equipment awaiting shipment to Yokohama dock side at the GPAs Garden City Terminal

It is a well known fact that anything from bulldozers to ostrich feathers move through the Georgia Ports Authority Perhaps it was for this reason that few people raised an eyebrow when they heard that sixteen quarter horses were to sail from the Garden City Terminal for greener pastures in South Africa
Many people however were amazed when they heard about the extra care ij which had to be taken before the horses
could be placed aboard the ship As John Robinson owner of the Greenwood Farm in Macon put it You dont just throw a bunch of horses on a ship It takes weeks or months of planning if you are going to do the job right and
that is the only way to do anything Mr Robinson took the horses to golf champion Gary Player in Johannesburg South Africa where Mr Player plans to cross breed the quarter horses to produce a multipurpose horse By crossbreeding Mr Player plans to introduce into South Africa a horse which can be used as a ranch work horse a show horse a pleasure horse and for many other purposes Horses in South Africa today are bred as single purpose horses
Special onehorse stables were built so the horses could be kept on the deck of the ship Their steel shoes were removed to permit better traction of their hooves and rubber mats were placed in each stall to ease the burden of standing
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which may be caused by vibration and t motion
We are taking alone enough tran quilizers to tranquilize every horse for every day of the trip if we have to
Mr Robinson said He added We have gone to great length to make sure we J have thought of everything and then we 4 P probably will find we have forgotten some little thing
Mr Robinson made the trip on board r the South African freighter Nederburg so that he could care for the horses He J plans to remain in South Africa until 1 the horses are settled on the 100acre farm near Witkoppen which Mr Player ylf bought just for the quarter horses
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Mr and Mrs John Robinson owners of lhe Greenwood Farm in Macon Georgia admire one of lhe sixteen quarter horses purchased by golf champion Gary Player
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Special onehorse stables were built so the horses could be kept on the deck of the ship
Three are stud stallions and thirteen are maresinfoal
This custom made mobile horse van also made the voyage with the sixteen quarter horses to their new home in South
Smith and Kelly agents for Safmarine in Savannah handled the loading of the quarter horses aboard the S A Nederburg a sleek 12000 ton cargo liner
Representative Richardson displays proof of home port
SAVANNAH NAMED HOME PORT
FOR NEW LYKES CLIPPER
Thanks to the efforts of State Representative Willis J Richardson Jr another ship will proudly bear the name Savannah Georgia as her home port The management of Lykes Bros Steamship Co Inc has designated Savannah as the home port of the S S Letitia Lykes
The S S Letitia Lykes a highly automated Gulf Clipper recently sailed on her maiden voyage from the U S Gulf to ports in Japan Korea Okinawa Formosa and Hong Kong Although
the S S Letitia Lykes is presently assigned to the Far East it is subject to service on any of Lykes six essential trade routes
The S S Letitia Lykes is the thirtysecond new multimillion dollar ship to join the Lykes lines fleet in the companys complete fleet replacement program The Letitia replaces a new ship of the same name which was battered and sunk by Hurricane Betsy in 1965 while outfitting in New Orleans
The new S S Lelitia Lykes recently made her maiden voyage from U S Gulf to the Far East
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To mark the Third Anniversary of the Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service on
v February 15 the Commander of Eastern Area MTMTS Brig Gen Arthur Hurow USA poses for a ty family portrait with subordinate commanders Back row left to right Capl J Oakes USA Military
x m Air Traffic Coordinating Office MATCO Dover AFB Li Col R A Kerwin USA Philadelphia Out1 port Lt Col M M Stephens USA Great Lakes Oulport Maj V K Taylor USA Charleston Ouipori rn I Capl J T Bishoff SC USN Deputy Commander Eastern Area MTMTS Maj V V Johnson USA rf MATCO Charleston AFB Capl N R Walker USA MATCO McGuire AFB and Lt R Graham USA
Boston Oulport Front row left to right Lt Col J E Biggert USA Capl Kennedy Ouipori Lt Col JW a H I Fernandes USA Baltimore Oulport Capt J B Ericson SC USN Military Ocean Terminal
Bayonne General Hurow Col C A Lewis USA St Louis Field Office Col A B Joyner USA Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point Southport N C and Capt C H Smith SC USN Freight Sy 7 Terminal Department Officer Naval Supply Center Norfolk Va Absent was Col G Campbell USA
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I Ji portation in the United States and a major command of the U S j Army Eastern Area MTMTS commanded by Brig General Arthur
Hurow USA is the largest of two field commands under MTMTS
In commending the personnel of his organization in their mission of performing transportation and traffic service to the Services General Hurow said From its
inception MTMTS had a complex job to accomplish Born during the Vietnam buildup you provided the professional know how made the right decisions and kept the military traffic moving You can take pride in the accomplishment
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H Schuldt shipowners and shipbrokers re cently celebrated their one hundredth anni versary
Heinrich Schuldt established himself as shipbroker in Klensburg West Germany ir 1868 but soon extended his business to tht management of seagoing vessels In 1896 his eldest son Hermann became his partner Hereby the business activity expanded greatly until the outbreak of World War I when H Schuldt disposed of twentythree steamers which were engaged in worldwide trade
All the larger vessels were lost as a consequence of World War I but Hermann Schuldt dedicated all his energy to the reconstruction of the fleet He was supported in this task by his eldest son Herald who joined the company in 1923 In this very year three generations were heading the company as partners
Heinrich Schuldt died in 1924 and his son Hermann left the firm in 1932 Herald
scnuidt became the sole owner in 1933 am soon transferred the company from Flensbur to Hamburg
World War II brought the loss of the entire fleet of eleven ships Because of the restric tions placed upon the German shipping industry after the war Herald Schuldt and his partner Kurt Seih had to work undauntedly to reconstruct the fleet
On the day of its Centenary H Schuldt coulel state with pride that its flag is flying on nine modern cargomotor vessels and eight refrigerated motor vessels In addition to these two further reefers have been ordered increasing the fleet to nineteen vessels with about 93000 GRT
I Igj the celebration H Schuldt had published a chronicle depicting the history of a shipowner family during the ups and downs
OT a GPntpnniiim
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Appointed Director I
Colonel Norman H Gold USA was named Director of Freight Traffic at Headquarters Military Management and Terminal MTMTS
He replaced Captain Francis Grubb USN who retired in late February
In making the announcement Major General rr John J Lane paid tribute to the many contributions Colonel Gold has made to the Agency w
1966e hiS assignment t0 MTMTS in August
A native of Philadelphia Pennsylvania Colonel Gold has been serving as Director of Field Assistance at MTMTS In his new posi tion he assumes responsibility for the largest Directorate in MTMTS which controls the movement of military freight throughout the United States
John F Budd Receives Citation
JOHN F BUDD
New York maritime and aviation publisher John F Budd recently received the Foreign Commerce Club of New Yorks annual Port of New York Award Mr Budd received the award at the Clubs 35th annual Port of New York Night Banquet at the Hotel Commodore The event climaxed the traditional Port of New York Day observance
Mr Budd is President of Budd Publications and has been the Chairman of the Speakers and Arrangements Committee of The Foreign Commerce Club for 37 years He is credited with a number of innovations including the origination of the Port of New York Day observance annually proclaimed by New York City s Mayor and the special industry and foreign country banquets that have honored some 167 companies in or related to foreign commerce and more than 50 foreign nations He also designed the Clubs flag
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Officers Directors The Transportation Club of Atlanta 1968
Front Row left to right George P Bell Jr Lithonia Lighting Inc Second Vice President William A Sorrell Past President East Texas Motor Freight B Frank Bond Baltimore and Ohio Railroad President Mitt C Comstock TIME Freight Inc Claude Newman Georgia Ports Authority First Vice President
Back Row left to right A Lynn Dowding Phillips Petroleum Company SecretaryTreasurer John E Howard Carolina Freight Carriers Corp Harry S Phillips Mead Packaging Company E Paul Schilling The Milwaukee Road W Fred Robinson Avon Products Inc John Vandegriff Commercial Cold Storage William C Andrews L and N R R
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HANSEN ft TTDEMANN INC 40S Industrial Building P O Box 157 31402 Tel 2334104 HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 24 Diayton Street P O Box 248 31402 Tel 234221 MERRY SHIPPING CO 415 Masonic Building P O Box 1474 Augusta Georgia 30903 Tel PArk 26831 SMITH ft 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 234825 SOUTHERN SHIPPING CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 139 31402 Tel 2325335 STEVENS SHIPPING ft TERMINAL CO 26 East Bay Street P O Box 108 31402 Tel 2338131 STRACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 670 31402 Tel 234671 J R SHIPPING CO 9 East Bay Street 31401 Phone 2322129
Ship
Steamship LineAgency Sailing Date
EAST AFRICA Mombasa Tanga Dar es Salaam Zanzibar
Mormacscan RTRobin Strachan April 7
Mormacrio RT Robin Strachan April 9
African Meteor Farrell Southeastern Maritime April 17
Mormaccove RTRobin Strachan May 7
African Comet Farrell Southeastern Maritime May 16
SOUTH AFRICA Beira Capetown Durban East London Lourenco Marques Port Elizabeth
African Mercury Farrell Southeastern Maritime April 3
Mormacscan RT Robin Strachan April 7
Mormacrio RT Robin Strachan April 9
Farrell Southeastern Maritime April 17
S A Weltevreden South African Marine Smith Kelly April 20
Mormacdawn RT Robin Strachan April 23
African Dawn Farrell Southeastern Maritime May 1
May 2
Mormaccove RT Robin Strachan May 7
Tamatave MADAGASCAR
Mormacscan RT Robin Strachan April 7
Mormacdawn RT Robin Strachan April 23
THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Memnon Royal NetherlandsNygui Strachan April 5
Medon Royal NetherlandsNygui Strachan April 19
Solon Royal NetherlandsNygui Strachan May 3

Curacao NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Memnon Royal NetherlandsNygui Strachan April 5
Medon Royal NetherlandsNygui Strachan April 19
Solon Royal NetherlandsNygui Strachan May 3

Kingston JAMAICA
Daphnis Royal NelherlandsNorin Strachan April 5
Artemis Royal NetherlandsNorin Strachan April 19
Isis Royal NetherlandsNorin Strachan May 3
Port au Prince HAITI
Daphnis Royal NetherlandsNorin Strachan April 5
Artemis Royal NetherlandsNorin Strachan April 19
Isis Royal NetherlandsNorin Strachan May 3
Port of Spain TRINIDAD
Memnon Royal NetherlandsNygui
Mormacoak TMooreMcCormack
MedonRoyal NetherlandsNygui
SolonmRoyal NetherlandsNygui
StrachanApril 5
StrachanApril 8
StrachanApril 19
Strachan May 3
CENTRAL AMERICA
Balboa PANAMA CITY
NordglimtliWCL
Santa Isabel Grace
NordvestWCL
NordpolfjpWCL
Southeastern MaritimeApril 7
Smith ft KellyApril 11
Southeastern MaritimeApril 22
Southeastern Maritime May 20
Cristobal Colon
Nordglimt WCL Southeastern MaritimeApril 7
Santa IsabelGraceSmith ft KellyApril 11
Nordvest WCL Southeastern MaritimeApril 22
NordpolWCL Southeastern MaritimeMay 20
COASTWISE
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT Frankrig Torm Southern April 17
Algiers ALGERIA Torm Southern April 17

Ashdod ISRAEL Zim Southern May

Barcelona SPAIN Frankrig Irene M Thompson Lykes Mar Egeo Torm Fabre Lykes Brothers Nervion Southern Hohenstein Strachan Stevens April 17 April 18 April 25 April 26
Beirut LEBANON Hellenic Stevens April 8
Torm Southern April 17
Thompson Lykes Lykes Brothers Strachan April 25
Bilbao SPAIN Mar Egeo Nervion Stevens April 26
Casablanca MOROCCO Thompson Lykes Lykes Brothers Strachan April 25
Genoa ITALY
Athinai
Romanija
Lazzaro Mocenigo
Irene M
Zadar
Thompson Lykes
Francesco Morosini Lorenzo Marcello
Haifa ISRAEL
MazaLZim Southern May
Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS
FrankrigTorm SouthernApril 17
Lattakie SYRIA
FrankrigTorm SouthernApril 17
Hellenic StevensApril 8
JugolinijaSmith KellyApril 10
Sidarma Southeastern Maritime April 10
Fabre HohensteinApril 18
Jugolinija Smith ft Kelly April 25
Lykes Brothers StrachanApril 25
Sidarma Southeastern Maritime May 3
Sidarma Southeastern Maritime May 20
Leghorn ITALY
AthinaiHellenic StevensApril 8
Lazzaro MocenigoSidarma Southeastern MaritimeApril 10
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer Space TDenotes Tank Space P Denotes Passenger
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Ship
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Agency Sailing Date
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Irene MFahre Hohenstein
Francesco MorosiniSidarma Southeastern Maritime
Lorenzo MarcelloSidarma Southeastern Maritime
April 18 May 3 May 20
Leixoes PORTUGAL
Frankrig
Venice YUGOSLAVIA
Romanija JugolinijaSmith KellyApril 10
ZadarJugolinijaSmith KellyApril 25
Thompson LykesLykes Brothers StrachanApril 25
Torrn pB SouthernApril 17
Lisbon PORTUGAL
Frankrig Torm Southern
Irene Ms Fabre Hohenstein
Mar Egoo Nervion Stevens
April 17 April 18 April 2
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
Marseilles FRANCE Lazzaro Mocenigo Irene M Sidarma Fabre Southeastern Maritime Hohenstein April 10 April 18
Francesco Morosini Lorenzo Marcello Sidarma Sidarma Southeastern Southeastern Maritime Maritime May 3 May 20
Naples ITALY Athinai Hellenic Stevens April 8
Romanija Jugolinija Smith Kelly April 10
Zadar Jugolinija Smith Kelly April 25
Thompson Lykes 1 Lykes Brothers Strachan April 25
Pioneer Tide
Grebbedyk RT
Itiersum
American Manufacturer Festivity
United States
HollandAmerica Independent Glt United States Regent
Strachan Hohenstein Smith Kelly
Strachan
J R Shipping
April 6 April 8 April 25 April 26 May 8
Piraeus GREECE
Aihinai Hellenic
Mazal I Zim
Stevens Southern
April 8 May 6
Pt St Louis
Irene MF abre
Antwerp BELGIUM
Hasselburg Pioneer Tide
Grebbedyk RT
Stureholm RT
Silvia
Itiersum
American Manufacturer
American Leader
Magdalene Vinnen Festivity
OzeanStinnes United States HollandAmerica WilhelmsenSwed
OzeanStinnes
Independent Gulf United States
United States
OzeanStinnes
Regent
Hohenstein
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
ZadarJugolinija
Smith Kelly
April 18 April 25
Southeastern M
Strachan
Hohenstein Atlantic Strachan Southeastern M Smith Kelly Strachan Strachan Southeastern M J R Shipping
April 2 April 6 April 8 April 20 April 21 April 25 April 26 May 1 May 5 May 8
Salonika GREECE
Athinai Hellenic
Stevens April 8
Santander SPAIN
Mar Egeo Nervion
StevensApril 26
Savona ITALY
Lazzaro Mocenigo Sidarma
Francesco Morosini Sidarma
Lorenzo MarceUoittSidarma
Southeastern MaritimeSoutheastern MaritimeSoutheastern Maritime
April 10 May 3 May 20
Bremen GERMANY
Hasselburg Pioneer Tide Grebbedyk RT
Stureholm RT
Silvia OzeanStinnes
ItiersumIndependent Gulf
American Manufacturer United States
Magdalene VinnenOzeanStinnes
FestivityRegent4
OzeanStinnes United States HollandAmerica WilhelmsenSwed
Southeastern M
Strachan
Hohenstein
Atlantic Strachan Southeastern M Smith Kelly
Strachan
Southeastern M J R Shipping
Split YUGOSLAVIA
RomanijaJugolinija
BremenBremerhaven GERMANY
Pioneer Tidel United Stales
American Manufacturer United Stales
April 2 April 6 April 8 April 20 April 21 April 25 April 26 May 5 May 8
Strachan Strachan
April 6 April 26
Smith KellyApril 10
Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS
FrankrigTorm
SouthernApril 17
Tripoli LYBIA
Athinai
Hellenic StevensApril 8
Tunis TUNISIA
Thompson Lykes
Lykes Brothers S3 Strachan April 25
Valencia SPAIN
Irene M
Mar Eaeo
Hamburg GERMANY
HasselburgOzeanStinnes
Pioneer TideUnited States
Grebbedyk RTHollandAmerica
Stureholm RTWilhelmsenSwed
SilviaOzeanStinnes
ItiersumIndependent Gulf
Magdalene VinnenOzeanStinnes
FestivityRegent
Southeastern M
Strachan
Hohenstein
AtlanticStrachan
Southeastern M
Smith Kelly
Southeastern MJ R Shipping
Fabre Nervion
Hohenstein Stevens
April 18 April 26
Le Havre FRANCE
Grebbedyk RTMH HollandAmerica
Stureholm RT WilhelmsenSwed
April 2 April 6 April 8 April 20 April 21 April 25 May 5 May 8
Hohenstein
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April 8 April 20
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Hasselburg OzeanStinnes
Pioneer TideUnited Stales
Grebbedyk RTHollandAmerica
Stureholm RT
Silva
Southeastern MApril 2
StrachanApril 6
HohensteinApril 8
WilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanApril 20
OzeanStinnes Southeastern M April 21
ItlersumIndependent GulfSmith KellyApril 25
American Manuiacturer United States SirachanApril 26
Magdalene VinnenOzeanStinnes Southeastern MMay 5
Festivity RegentJ R Shipping May 8
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Don AntonioUnited Philippine Southern
Phil A LunaMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine Southern
ZamboangaMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Phil Pres QuezonUnited Philippine Southern
Phil CorregidorMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
April 9 April 17 April 23 May 5 May 7 May 27
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Don AntonioUnited Philippine Southern
Phil A LunaMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine Southern
ZamboangaMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Phil Pres QuezonUnited Philippine Southern
Phil CorregidorMaritime of Phils Southeastern M
April 9 April 17 April 23 May 5 May 7 May 27
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
City of Brisbane
African Rainbow
Port St Lawrence
America Star
Cap Roca
Australian Gem Australian Galaxy
Essex
Surrey
Montreal Star
Am AustralianSmith 8c Kelly
Farrell Southeastern Maritime
Port Strachan
Blue Star Southern
Columbus Southern
Farrell J Southeastern Maritime
Farrell Southeastern Maritime
Am 8t AustralianSmith 8c Kelly
Am 8c AustralianSmith 8c Kelly
Blue Star Southern
Auckland NEW ZEALAND Port BurnieiKBimluoSt
Sirachan
Belawan SUMATRA
TelamonBlue Sea
Sirachan
Bluff NEW ZEALAND
Port BurniePort
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
City of Brisbane
Afr can Rainbow
Port St Lawrence
America Star
Cap Roca
Australian Gem
Australian Galaxy
Essex
Montreal Star
Surrey
Am 8c AustralianSmith 8c Kelly
Farrell Southeastern Maritime
Port Sirachan
Blue Star Southern
Columbus Southern
Farrell Southeastern Maritime
Farrell Southeastern Maritime
Am AustralianSmith 8c Kelly
Blue Star Southern
Am 8c AustralianSmith 8c Kelly
April 2 April 8 April 18 April 20 April 23 April 26 May 3 May 4 May 14 May 14
April 29
April 6
April 29
April 2 April 8 April 18 April 20 April 23 April 26 May 3 May 4 May 14 May 14
Djarkarta INDONESIA
Telamon Blue Sea
KyooLJ2Blue Sea
Strachan
Sirachan
April 6 April 22
Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
Port BurniePort
SirachanApril 29
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
African Rainbow Farrell Southeastern Maritime
Australian GemFarrell Southeastern Maritime
Australian GalaxyFarrell Southeastern Maritime
April 8 April 26 May 3
Hong Kong HONG KONG
France Maru K Line Stevens
Montana Maru K Line Stevens
Don AntonioUnited Philippine Southern
Export Adventurer RTP Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
Phil A Luna
Denmark Maru
Phil Pres Roxas
Export Buyer RTP
Zamboanga
Takeshima Maru
Phil Pres Quezon
Export Bay RTP
Bugo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil A Luna Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Zamboanga Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Phil CorregidorMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
K Line Stevens
United Philippine Southern
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
K Line Stevens
United Philippine Southern
Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
Phil CorregidorMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Don AntonioUnited Philippine Southern
Phil A LunaJMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine Southern
ZamboangalLMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
Phil Pres QuezonUnited Philippine Southern
Phil CorregidorMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M
April 3 April 5 April 9 April 9 April 17 April 19 April 23 April 27 May 5 May 5 May 7 May 9 May 27
April 9 April 17 April 23 May 5 May 7 May 27
April 17 May 5 I May 27
Inchon KOREA
Export Adventurer RTPAm Export IsbrandiseiiStrachan
Export Buyer RTP Am Export IsbrandtsenSirachan
Export Bay RTPVAm Export IsbrandtsenSirachan
April 9 April 27 May 9
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Agency Sailing Date
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Export Adventurer RTPAm Export IsbrandisenLSirachanApril 9
Export Buyer RTPAm Export Isbrandisen SlrachanApril 27
Hai HoChina Merchants SouthernMay 9
Export Bay RTPAm Export IsbrandisenSlrachanMay 9
Keelung FORMOSA
France Maru K Line l Stevens
Montana Maru K Line Stevens
Export Adventurer RTP Am Export IsbrandisenSlrachan
Denmark Maru K Line Stevens
Export Buyer RTPAm Export Isbrandisen Slrachan
Takeshima Maru K Line Stevens
Hai HoChina Merchants Southern
Export Bay RTP Am Export IsbrandisenSlrachan
April 3 April 5 Apri 9 April 19 April 27 May 5 May 9 May 9
Kobe JAPAN
France Maru K Line
Montana Maru K Line MaSfwv
Don AntonioUnited Philippine
Export Adventurer RTPAm Export Isbrandisen
Chicago Maru RTMitsuiO S K
Sanuki Maru RT N Y K
Kamoharu MaruYamashitaShinnihonSmith
Denmark Maru K Line
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine
Export Buyer RTP
Boston Maru RT
Takeshima Maru
Phil Pres Quezon
Export Bay RTP
Hai Ho
Hague Maru
Yamaloshi Maru
Am Export Isbrandisen
N Y K
K Line United Philippine Am Export Isbrandisen
China Merchants
MitsuiO S K
YamashitaShinnihon Smith
Stevens Stevens Southern Slrachan Slrachan Slrachan Kelly Stevens Southern Slrachan Slrachan
Stevens Southern Slrachan Southern Slrachan Kelly
April 3 April 5 April 9 April 9 April 10 April 11 April 14 April 19 April 23 April 27 April 27 May 5 May 7 May 9 May 9 May 10 May 14
Labuan INDONESIA
KyotoBlue Sea
SlrachanApril 22
Lyttelton NEW ZEALAND
Port BurniePort
SlrachanApril 29
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Don AntonioUnited Philippine Southern April 9
Phil A LunaMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern M Aprl 17
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine SouthernApril 23
Zamboanga Maritime of PhilsSoutheastern MMay 5
Phil Pres QuezonUnited Philippine SouthernMay 7
Phil CorregidorMaritime of PhilsSoutheastern MMay 27
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
City of Brisbane Am ft Australian
Smith
African RainbowFarrell Southeastern
Port St LawrencePort
America StarBlue Star
Cap RocaColumbus
Australian GemFarrell Southeastern
Australian GalaxyFarrell Southeastern
EssexAm AustralianSmith
SurreyAm AustralianSmith
Montreal StarMsBlue Star
ft Kelly Maritime Slrachan Southern Southern Maritime Maritime ft Kelly ft Kelly Southern
April 2 April 8 April 18 April 20 April 23 April 26 May 3 May 4 May 14 May 14
Nagoya JAPAN
France Maru K Line Stevens April 3
Montana Maru K Line StevensApril 5
Chicago Maru RTMitsuiO S K 1 SlrachanApril 10
Sanuki Maru RTN Y K SlrachanApril 11
Kamoharu MaruYamashitaShinnihonSmith ft KellyApril 14
Denmark Maru K Line StevensApril 19
Boston Maru RTN Y Ki SlrachanApril 27
Takeshima Maru K Line StevensMay 5
Hague MaruMitsuiO S K SlrachanMay 10
Yamaloshi MaruYamashitaShinnihon Smith ft KellyMay 14
Napier NEW ZEALAND
Port BurniePort
Newcastle AUSTRALIA
African Rainbowi Farrell
Australian GemFarrell
Australian GalaxyFarrell
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime
April 8 April 26 May 3
New Plymouth NEW
Port
ZEALAND
Port
SlrachanApril 29
Osaka JAPAN
France Maru
Montana Maru
Export Adventurer RTP
Chicago Maru RT
Sanuki Maru RT
Kamoharu Maru
Denmark Maru
Export Buyer RTP
Boston Maru RT
Takeshima Maru
Export Bay RTP
Hague Maru
Yamaloshi Maru
K Line iiiStevensApril 3
K Line StevensApril 5
Am Export Isbrandisen SlrachanApril 9
MitsuiO S K SlrachanApril 10
N Y K SlrachanApril 11
YamashitaShinnihonSmith ft KellyApril 14
K Line StevensApril 19
Am Export IsbrandisenSlrachan April 27
N Y KL SlrachanApril 27
K Line StevensMay 5
Am Export IsbrandisenSlrachanMay 9
MitsuiO S K SlrachanMay 10
YamashitaShinnihonSmith ft KellyMay 14
Penang SUMATRA
TelamonBlue Sea
KyotoBlue Sea
Slrachan
Slrachan
April 6 April 22
Port Swettenham MALAYA
Telamon Blue Sea
Kyoto1Blue Sea
Slrachan
Slrachan
April 6 April 22
Pusan KOREA
Export Adventurer RTPAm Export IsbrandisenSlrachan April 9
Export Buyer RTPAm Export IsbrandisenSlrachan April 27
Export Bay RTPAm Export IsbrandisenSlrachan May 9
Singapore SINGAPORE
TelamonBlue Sea Slrachan April 6
KyotoBlue Sea Slrachan April 22
Sourabaya JAVA
KyotoBlue Sea
SlrachanApril 22
Sydney AUSTRALIA
City of Brisbane
African Rainbow
Port St Lawrence
America Star
Cap Roca
Australian Gem
Australian Galaxy
Essex
Surrey
Montreal Star
Am ft AustralianSmith ft KellyApril 2
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeApr l 8
Port SlrachanApril 18
Blue Star SouthernApril 20
Columbus SouthernApril 23
Farrell Southeastern Maritime April 26
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeMay 3
Am ft AustralianSmith KellyMay 4
Am ft AustralianSmith ft KellyMay 14
Blue Star Southern May 14
Wellington NEW ZEALAND
Port Burnief Port HH
SlrachanApril 29
SlrachanApril 29
Yokohama JAPAN
France Maru
Montana Maru
Don Antonio
Export Adventurer RTP
Chicago Maru RT
Sanuki Maru RT
Kamoharu Maru
Denmark Maru
Phil Pres Roxas
Export Buyer RTP
Boston Maru RT
Takeshima Maru
Phil Pres Quezon
Hai Ho
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K Line Stevens April 19
United Philippine Southern April 23
Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan April 27
N Y K Strachan April 27
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United Philippine Southern May 7 i
China Merchants Southern May 9
Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan May 9
MitsuiO S K Strachan May 10
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PERSIAN GULF
Aden ADEN
Hellenic Sunbeam Hellenic
Pert Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic Sunbeam Hellenic
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Hellenic SunbeamHellenic H
StevensApril S
StevensApril 2
StevensApril 2
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic SunbeamHellenic
StevensApril 2
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Copenhagen DENMARK
Stureholm RT WilhelmsenSwed
Gdynia POLAND
Stureholm RTjL WilhelmsenSwed
Gothenburg SWEDEN
Stureholm RTlWilhelmsenSwed
Helsinki FINLAND
Stureholm RTWilhelmsenSwed
Malmo SWEDEN
Stureholm RT iWilhelmsenSwed
Norrkoping SWEDEN
Stureholm RTWilhelmsenSwed
Oslo NORWAY
Stureholm RTWilhelmsenSwed
Turku FINLAND
Stureholm RTWilhelmsenSwed
AtlanticSirachanApril 20
AtlanticStrachanApril 20
AtlanticStrachanApril 20
AtlanticSirachanApril 20
AtlanticStrachanApril 20
AtlanticStrachanApril 20
AtlanticStrachanApril 20
AtlanticStrachanApril 20
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
Montevideoj Ivaran SouthernApril 3
Mormacoak TMooreMcCormack
Mormacpenn RTMooreMcCormack
SantosIvaran
SalvadorIvaran
Mormacglen RT MooreMcCormack
Montevideo URUGUAY
MontevideoIvaran
Mormacoak TMooreMcCormack
Mormacpenn RTMooreMcCormack
Santos
Salvador
Mormacglen RT
StrachanApril 8
StrachanApril 20
SouthernApril 24
Southern May 3
SirachanMay 8
SouthernApril 3
StrachanApril 8
StrachanApril 20
Ivaran SouthernApril 24
Ivaran SouthernMay 3
MooreMcCormack StrachanMay 8
Paranagua BRAZIL
Mormacoak T MooreMcCormack i SirachanApril 8
Mormacpenn RT MooreMcCormack
Mormacglen RT MooreMcCormack
StrachanApril 20
StrachanMay 8
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
MontevideoIvaran
Mormacoak TMooreMcCormack
Mormacpenn RTMooreMcCormack
SantosIvaran
Salvador Ivaran
Mormacglen RT MooreMcCormack
SouthernApril 3
StrachanApril 8
SirachanApril 20
SouthernApril 24
SouthernMay 3
Strachan May 8
Rio Grande do Sul BRAZIL
Mormacoak TMooreMcCormack SirachanApril 8
Mormacpenn RT MooreMcCormack StrachanApril 20
Mormacglen RT1MooreMcCormack StrachanMay 8
Santos BRAZIL
Montevideo j
Mormacoak T
Mormacpenn RT
Santos
Salvador
Mormacglen RT
Ivaran
MooreMcCormack MooreMcCormack
Ivaran
Ivaran
MooreMcCormack
SouthernApril 3
StrachanApril 8
SirachanApril 20
SouthernApril 24
Southern May 3
Sirachan May 8
SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
MemnonRoyal NetherlandsNygui Sirachan
Medon Royal NetherlandsNyguiSirachan
Solon Royal NetherlandsNyguiSirachan
April 5 April 19 May 3
La Guaira VENEZUELA
MemnonRoyal NetherlandsNygui Strachan
Santo Tome VenezuelanSmith 8c Kelly
MedonRoyal NetherlandsNygui Strachan
Ciudad de Cumana VenezuelanSmith 8c Kelly
Solon Royal NetherlandsNygui Sirachan
April 5 April 8 April 19 April 22 May 3
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
Daphnis Ariemis Isis
Royal NetherlandsNorin SirachanApril 5
Royal NetherlandsNorinStrachanApril 19
Royal NetherlandsNorin SirachanMay 3
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Santo TomeVenezuelanSmith ft Kelly
Ciudad de Cumana Venezuelan Smith ft Kelly
April 8 April 22
MatanzasPuerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
Daphnis Royal NetherlandsNorin StrachanApril 5
ArtemisRoyal NetherlandsNorin SirachanApril 19
Isis Royal NetherlandsNorinSirachanMay 3
Paramaribo SURINAM
MemnonRoyal NetherlandsNyguiSirachanApril 5
MedonRoyal NetherlandsNygui StrachanApril 19
Solon Royal NetherlandsNygui Strachan May 3
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Daphnis Royal NetherlandsNorin Sirachan
Santo TomeVenezuelanSmith ft Kelly
ArtemisRoyal NetherlandsNorinStrachan
Ciudad de CumanaVenezuelanSmith ft Kelly
IsisRoyal NetherlandsNorin Strachan
April 5 April 8 April 19 April 22 May 3
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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
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SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Antofagasta CHILE
NordglimtWCL
Santa Isabel Grace
Nordvest WCL
NordpolWCL
Southeastern Maritime
Smith ft Kelly
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime
April 7 April 11 April 22 May 20
Arica CHILE
Nordglimt
Nordvest
Nordpol
WCL
WCL
WCL
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Martime Southeastern Maritime
April 7 April 22 May 20
Buenaventura COLOMBIA
NordglimtWCL
Santa Isabel Grace
Nordvest WCL
Nordpol WCL
Southeastern Maritime
Smith ft Kelly
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime
April 7 April 11 April 22 May 20
Callao PERU
NordglimtWCL
Eibe OldendorfCPV
Santa IsabelGrace
NordvestWCL
NordpolWCL
Southeastern Maritime
Hansen ft Tidemann
Smith ft Kelly
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime
April 7 April 11 April 11 April 22 May 20
Guayaquil ECUADOR
Nordglimi Santa Isabel WCL Southeastern Maritime Smith 8c Kelly April 7 April 11
Nordvest Nordpol WCL WCL Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime April 22 May 20
Matarani PERU Nordglimi WCL Southeastern Maritime
Eibe Oldendorff CPV Hansen ft Tidemann April 11
Santa Isabel Smith Kelly April 11
Nordvest WCL Southeastern Maritime April 22
Nordpol WCL Southeastern Maritime May 20
San Antonio CHILE
NordglimtWCL
Nordvest WCL
NordpolWCL
Valparaiso CHILE
Nordglimt WCL
Santa IsabelGrace
Nordvest WCL
NordpoLWCL
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime
April 7 April 22 May 20
Southeastern Maritime
Smith ft Kelly
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime
April 7 April 11 April 22 May 20
SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA
State of Mysore
Jalakanla
Jalarashmi
Vishva Seva
Flying Fish R
Vishva Prem
Steel Fabricator R
Vishva Tej
Flying Cloud
S C ILISmith ft KellyApril 8
Scindia Smith ft KellyApril 10
Scindia Smith ft Kelly April 14
S C I Smith ft KellyApril 14
Am Export IsbrandlsenStrachan May 1
S C I Smith Kelly May 1
Isthmian StrachanMay 4
S C ISmith ft KellyMay 6
Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachanMay 13
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Calcutta INDIA
Hellenic SimbeamgHellenic Stevens
State of Mysore1S C ISmth ft Kelly
JalakanlaScindiaSmith ft Kelly
JalarashmiScindia Smith ft Kelly
Vishva SevaS C I Smith ft Kelly
Flying Fish RAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
Vishva PremS C ISmith ft Kelly
MahseerCunardBrocklebank Hohensiein
Steel Fabricator RIsthmian Strachan
Vishva TejS C ISmith ft Kelly
Flying CloudAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
April 2 April 8 April 10 April 14 April 14 May 1 May 1 May 2 May 6 May 6 May 13
Chalna PAKISTAN
Flying Fish RAm Export IsbrandtsenSirachan
MahseerCunardBrocklebank Hohensiein
Flying CloudAm Export IsbrandlsenSirachan
May 1 May 2 May 13
Chittagong PAKISTAN
Hellenic SunbeamHellenic Stevens
Flying Fish RAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
Steel Fabricator RIsthmian Strachan
Flying CloudAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
April 2 May 1 May 6 May 13
Cochin INDIA
JalakanlaScindia
JalarashmiScindia
Vishva PremS C I
Smith ft Kelly Smith ft Kelly Smith ft Kelly
April 10 April 14 May 1
Colombo CEYLON
MahseerCunardBrocklebank Hohenstein
Steel Fabricator RIsthmian M Sirachan
May 2 May 6
Karachi PAKISTAN
Hellenic SunbeamHellenic Stevens
Flying Fish RAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
Steel Fabricator R Isthmian Strachan
Flying CloudAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
April 2 May 1 May 6 May 13
Madras INDIA
State of Mysore
Jalakanla1
Jalarashmi
Vishva Seva
Flying Fish R
Vishva Prem
Mahseer
Steel Fabricator R
Vishva Tej
Flying Cloud
S C Ijjjj iSmith ft Kelly
Scindia Smith ft Kelly
ScindiaSmith ft Kelly
S C I SiSmith ft Kelly
Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
S C ISmith ft Kelly
CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein
Isthmian Strachan
S C 1Smith ft Kelly
Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
April 8 April 10 April 14 April 14 May 1 May 1 May 2 May 6 May May 13
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Belfast IRELAND
RowanmoreManchester
Smith ft KellyApril 22
Glasgow SCOTLAND
Irish SpruceManchester
Rowanmore IManchester
Smith ft KellyApril 7
Smith ft KellyApril 22
London ENGLAND
American LeaderUnited States
SirachanMay 1
Manchester ENGLAND
Irish Spruce Manchester
Rowanmore Manchester
Smith ft KellyApril 7
Smith ft Kelly April 22
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SHIPPING COMPANIES
HANSEN TIDEMANN INC
206 East Bay Street2334104
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
J R SHIPPING CO INC
9 East Bay Street2322129
KAUFMANN SHIPPING COMPANY
405 Industrial Building2347367
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
408 American Building2360259
W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC
Realty Building 2368645
CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
J K EBBERWEIN
Suite 208209 Realty Building2326184
JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
e l Mobley
606 Realty Building2340686
D J POWERS
American Building 2347241
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminal Building2325335
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
GEORGE W WISE JR
404 Realty Building2330171
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKERS
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
408 American Building2360259
W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta 8736939 CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
E L MOBLEY
606 Realty Building2340686
D J POWERS
American Building 2347241
J W TARVER
Arcade Building 2348829
DONALD R WINTER
721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta 8725309
STEVEDORES
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street 2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks 2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
U S ARMY OUTPORT
SAVANNAH OUTPORT MTMTS
State Docks Garden City2367179
BARGE SERVICE INTRACOASTAL
C G WILLIS INCPaulsboro N J
BARGE SERVICE INLAND
MERRY BROTHERSAugusta Ga
MOTOR FREIGHT LINES
ABC EXPRESS CO2345183
AKERS MOTOR LINES INC2348846
Brunswick2656948
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION
CO INC2343435
BROWN TRANSPORT CORP2334718
CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP 2330919
CAUDELL TRANSFER CO2323334
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES INC2368217
CHATHAM TRANSFER CO2337084
COASTAL TRANSPORT
TRADING CO 2345183
COOPER MOTOR LINES INC2321466
DURRENCE TRANSFER CO2322105
EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION CO 2345309
FEDDERWITZ TRUCKING CO2345183
FIVE TRANSPORTATION CO2320147
Brunswick2653240
GAY TRUCKING CO9644341
GEORGIA HWY EXPRESS INC2334543
Brunswick2643933
GIVENS MOTOR EXPRESS INC2336073
HARPER MOTOR LINES INC2328124
Brunswick2658622
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES2342681
HERRIN TRANSPORTATION CO2341349
HOWARD HALL CO INC2336584
HUCKABEE TRANSPRT CORP2366112
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES 2340779
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT 2335745
McLEAN TRUCKING CO2333063
MOTOR CONVOY 2368536
NEW DIXIE LINES INC2364229
NILSON MOTOR EXPRESS2368215
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION 2339613
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS2348823
PLOOF TRANSFR CO INC2345065
Brunswick2652030
R C MOTOR LINES INC2368291
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC2342568
ROGERS TRUCK LINE2334543
SOUTHERN FREIGHT LINES2327285
TAMIAMI FREIGHTWAYS INC2365734
Brunswick2652233
RAIL TRANSPORT
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY CO
Sales Freight Traffic 2326159
SAVANNAH ATLANTA RAILWAY CO
Sales Department 2323113
SAVANNAH STATE DOCKS RAILROAD
Garden City Terminal2361561
SEABOARD COAST LINE RAILROAD CO
Brunswick Freight Office2652966
Regional Sales Manager2332431
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO
Traffic Manager 2341388
Brunswick Freight Office2655310
EXPORT PACKING DRUMMING
SAVANNAH EXPORT BOXING INC
Savannah State Docks2333065
SOUTHLAND OIL CORP
State DocksGarden City2362447
BANKS WITH INTERNATIONAL OFFICES
CITIZENS SOUTHERN
NATIONAL BANK Box 4292345101
LIBERTY NATIONAL
BANK TRUSTBox 4902334111
SAVANNAH BANK
TRUST COBox 4892343441
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE U S Customhouse1 East Bay Street
DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF CUSTOMS
Mrs Marion Fairdoth Baker2324321
Ext 256
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Inspection Control
Charles P Simon2324321 Ext 264
CUSTOM PORT DIRECTOR Brunswick
Marcus D KnightFederal Building 2651955 MARINE SECTION
Quinton E Brown Supervisory
Marine Officer 2324321 Ext 255
INSPECTIONAL SECTION William E Thompson Supervisory
Customs Inspector 2334632
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Classification Value
Frank E Heidt Jr2324321 Ext 265
ENTRY MINISTERIAL SECTION William D Wood Jr2324321 Ext 345
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS AGENCY SERVICE
Room 206 Customhouse
AGENT IN CHARGE
William F Hughes2324321 Ext 342
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS LABORATORY
Room 211 Customhouse
CHIEF CHEMIST
Homer L Strickland2324321 Ext 344
UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
INSPECTOR IN CHARGE
Robert L Poole2324321 Ext 368
24hour answering service2323246
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Room 208 Customhouse INSPECTOR IN CHARGE J Henry Pruitt2324321
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE Area Extension Horticulture
Room 8B Customhouse
OFFICER IN CHARGE
Henry Clay 2335927
AUXILIARY SERVICES
INTERNATIONAL SEAMANS BETHAL Director
Charles Nelson 25 Houston2342438
CONSULS
BRAZIL
Jack M SaylerEast River St2342266
DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen 15 West Liberty 2322141 FINLAND
A G Van Schaick 202 West Bay 2346646 FRANCE
Edwin J Middleton
Wilmington Island 8971969
GERMANY
F A O Bahre 20 East 48th2332011
ITALY
Joseph M Cafiero1127 East 50th 3550586 NETHERLANDS
A G Van Schaick 202 West Bay 2346646 NORWAY
J P Imlay 314 Columbus Drive 3552393 SWEDEN
L Roy Riddick 727 East 52nd3557490
VENEZUELA
Sr Jorge Manrique 140 Bull2341005
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Acquisitions Division The University Libraries The University of Georgia Athens Georgia 30601
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PERMIT NO 368 SAVANNAH GA

Effective Immediately
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Now twice monthly faster service from US East Coast via Panama Canal to JAPAN KOREA PHILIPPINES HONG KONG TAIWAN
For details contact your Forwarder or AEIL
American Export Isbrandtsen Lines
STRACHAN SHIPPING CO
2 East Bryan Street Savannah Georgia 912 2346671
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KEN NIC KELL PRINTING COMPANY SAVANNAH GEORGIA

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You sell abroad We collect Its as simple as that under this new worldwide export financing serviceanother banking first from CS Politicalisk Credit risks CS Protected Export Plan assumes both It provides full protection 100 guarantee of payment And at low cost It eliminates need for overseas credit and collection facilities speeds payments frees working cash And CS will provide a right now cash advance if desired Free booklet tells all Phone or write for a copy
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ATLANTA Broad and Marietta Streets
INTERNATIONAL DEPARTMENT
THE CITIZENS SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK
N Y SERVICE OITICE 37 IarL Avenue i212i 7531880 1104 588323P SAVANNAH 27 Bull Street U12 234 5101 IEl EX 512346

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MAYJUNE 1968 VOLUME 8 NUMBER 7 JIM BISSON Editor OMI LEE Associate Editor
WEVE BEEN WORKING FOR THE RAILROAD 4
PUERTOS AMIGO 6
ESCAMBIA CHEMICAL CO 9
SOC CAN DO IT BABY 10
HALES HUNTER CO 12
SHIP GPA BAINBRIDGE 14
M S SAGAFJORD 16
ANOTHER GOP 18
ATLANTA NTW 20
PORT NEWS VIEWS 21
SAILING SCHEDULE 25
PORT DIRECTORY 31
Rail activity at the deepwater terminals of the Georgia Ports Authority isto say the leastbrisk The GPA facilities constantly stay in the top ten of all ports In the nation with rail cars handled for export To see how Weve been working for the railroad turn to page 4

GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential
for Export Award
OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
W D Trippe Cedartown Chairman
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Vice Chairman
Robert C Norman Augusta
Thomas M Johnson Sr Savannah
A M Harris Sr Brunswick
J Willis Conger Bainbridge
R E Hamilton Dalton
Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie SecretaryTreasurer Stanley M Karsman Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude H Newman Atlanta Director of Traffic and Commerce Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director Makio Yamada Tokyo Japan Far Eastern Director Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
Official publication Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 Savannah Georgia 31402 Telephone 9122361561 Advertising rates furnished on request
Georgia AnchorAge is published bimonthly and distributed third class mail to over 8000 readers All conv and v
it would be appreciated if a credit line is given to The Georgia Ports Authority PY p clures maY be used bY others however
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Had the railroads come first as any railroad buff would know the covered wagons of yesteryear would have traveled piggyback M
pHfishappear to be a facetious observation but one has only to examine the milelong freight trains of today that give the appearance of traveling on highways of asphalt andconcrete rather than on parallel ribbons of steelribbons of steel that crisscross the Jtipn carrying XOFC trailers on flat cars freight freight in containers
Unit trains rentatrain land bridge piggyback this is the new and sophisticated profile of the American railroad industry geared to a twofold purposethat of providing appropriate service and secondly the controlling of freight I
In these changing times another new pattern of sophistication is emerging among many of our leading railroads as a steady growth of foreign commerc becomes a more important factor in railroading logistics
Enterprising railroads who have long recognized the necessity of foreign freight depart menis are beefing them up by adding personnel who are knowledgeable of the ever changing intricacies of international commerce Others are establishing foreign freight departments for the first time
Interestingly enough the competitive nature of foreign freight now dictates the establishment of overseas offices primarily in Europe and Japan by many of the railroads their purpose to solicit freight for their road for the port or ports they serve and for the steam1 ship lines that carry th cargo
With the coming of containers a new fraternity has come into being comprised of railroad steamship and port personnel all dedicated to a common interestthe moving of reighL
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Weve been working for the railroad all the live long days and nights and weekends
Proof that we kept the rails busy is evident by the MarcFr report of the Association of American Railroads which lists Savannah eighth in the nation with general cargo car loads unloaded for export and coastal destinations
We are proud to be up there with the big boys New York New Orleans San Francisco and Hampton Roads with this general cargo export traffic
Excluding the military terminal at Sunny C Point North Carolina Savannah leads the rv South Atlantic Ports with rail export traffic almost doubling the amount of rail cars hanf died for export by its nearest competitor
The Port is served by the Seaboard Coastline Railroad Co and the Southern Railway System
In addition the Georgia Ports Authority operates its own short line railroad on its Garden City terminal with two diesel engines and over 25 miles of track
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Puertos Amigos
The promise of the Friendly Ports
Program is to provide a meaningful and mutally attractive method for onthejob training and exchange of technical knowhow in port operations and development Any person sponsored by an established port or agency which is a member of the American Association of Port Authorities may apply for the program His work however must be closely related to the problems of a port The participant must upon completion of the program return to the institution for which he worked in order that his training may contribute to the strengthening of the organization The Georgia Ports Authority recently participated in the Friendly Ports Program with the arrival of Julio Contreras Dheming of El Salvador Central America Mr Dheming is Warehouse Superintendent for the new Port of Acajutla El Salvador He was sponsored by the Autonomous Executive Port Commission of El Salvador Central America Mr Dheming was with the Georgia Ports Authority for a period of three weeks Before departing for El Salvador Mr Dheming gave to us the following letter which beautifully expresses his impressions of the Puertos Amigo Program and the training he received while visiting the Georgia Ports Authority
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Mr Dheming spent most of his lime while in Savannah on the Puertos Amigo Program working in the GPAs three million square feet of warehouse space He is shown here discussing common storage problems with Mr D J Kicklighter Warehouse Superintendent
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Covering such things as warehouse receipts manifests and procedure in making shipments Mr W E Davis Chief Clerk of Operations explains to Mr Dheming the GPAs system of handling the endless chain of paperwork which is necessary to keep the traffic moving
We feel this picture best exemplifies the Puertos Amigo Program Mr Dheming is shown with Mr W G Logan Coordinator of Warehousing Their exchange of technical ideas during Mr Dhemings visit would fill a book but their new found friendship will fill a lifetime
I CAN SAY that becoming closely acquainted with the port terminals controlled by the Georgia Ports Authority has been the most impressive experience of my life From all that I observed their good organization in all aspects together with sufficient mechanical equipment and a competent amiable hard working staff affords rapid and efficient service to all users of their port
The port facilities leave nothing to be desired they are extensive with all of the accommodations necessary to give good service and above all charges which are equitable The Georgia Ports Authority is an impressive port enterprise which offers significant advantages to national and international commerce benefiting them in a great future in world development
I wish to express my sincerest thanks to Mr J D Holt Executive Director Mr James I Newsome Jr Director of Operations and all other directors who have made such an impressive port organization possible also for the sponsorship of the Friendly Ports program which is of great assistance and benefit to port organization such as that of my country where a high degree of development has not yet been attained
The knowledge that I have acquired at these port terminals during my three weeks training in warehousing has been extensive and will be of much benefit in the port development of my country El Salvador Central America The experience has been satisfying to me as it will be to the firm with whom I am employed Therefore in their name as well as my own I express my deepest appreciation to all personnel who have in one way or another very graciously helped me fulfill the purpose of my work here
Your attentive and continuing servant
Julio Contreras Dheming
Above Mr Graham Bailey Assistant Director of Operations outlines GPAs current 7 million dollar construction project to Mr Dheming Below left Mr J B Donaldson Railroad Superintendent and Mr J G Hargroves explain the operations of the Savannah State Docks Railroad The GPAs facilities rank among the top ten ports with rail cars handled for import and export traffic Below Mr Dheming spent a few days with Mr John Denmark Dock Superintendent observing the transit shed operations alorrg the onemile berthing area at the GPAs Garden City Terminal
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BUSINESS AT BAINBRIDGE
ESCAMBIA CHEMICAL CO
Today more than ever before economical transportation of products is the making or breaking point for industry The success of Georgias Inland Port program has been to a large degree due to the strategic location of the three inland ports at the hubs of tristate transportation centers The GPAs Bainbridge facility has literally caught fire as a transportation center The latest tenant there is the Escambia Chemical Co of Pensacola Florida which is utilizing the Inland Port as a terminal point in its anhydrous ammonia shipments
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Above lop An aerial view of the Southland Oil facilities which are located at the GPAs Garden City Terminal Above lower A close up view of several drums of hydrogenated soybean oil being hoisted aboard the Hellenic Halycon
Southland Oil Corporation recently socked 7366 drums of hydrogenated soybean oil to Afghanistan The drums were filled at Southlands plant which is connected to their edible oil bulk storage facilities These facilities the finest and most modern on the Eastern seaboard are located at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Garden City Terminal
President Norman A McGee gleams with pride whenever he talks about the four 3200 ton storage tanks which are available Each of these tanks are equipped with such outstanding features as epoxy lining steam generator tank heaters 10inch lines to the docks and drumming facilities all for the handling of edible oils
The smooth epoxy lined tanks are equipped with sumps which enable Southland to completely strip the tanks Through the use of squeegee balls applied in the tanks and pipelines every pound of oil is squeegeed into the receiving vessel at the dock This system cuts handling losses to a record low and vessels can be loaded with a minimum of delay
With these modern facilities experienced personnel and ideal location the people at Southland can proudly boast that no job is too small nor none too large for them to handle They can say with confidence Soc can do it
David Baker right Terminal Superintendent and David Newton left Assistant Terminal Superintendent are dwarfed by the 7366 drums awaiting shipment to Afghanistan The drums were filled with hydrogenated soybean oil at Southlands drumming plant
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Another trainload of RED COMB poultry concentrate leaves the Cartersville Georgia plant of Hales Hunter Co bound for the export markets of the Western World via the Georgia Ports Authority
Beginning as poultry feed and nutrition specialists the 98yearold Chicagobased feed and food company manufactures and distributes
RED COMB Poultry Feeds and PIONEER Livestock Feeds its domestic market covering the United States east of the Mississippi River In recent years Hales and Hunter Co has concentrated heavily on the development of both domestic and export markets for its dog food shell eggs and frozen broiler products The companys export shipments are handled by Hales
Hunter Co Consumer Products Division in Hapeville Georgia
Research is described as the key factor in Hales Hunter Cos progress The company has pledged its continued support in the further development of the opportunities that exist in feed and food products today with a particular eye toward growth in export
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No matter how you say it water transportation has afforded many Traffic Managers restful nights after being confronted by their companies colossal creations
Such was no doubt the case recently when W F H Schultz Inc of Doraville Georgia built a complete Gas Hydrogen Plant for Air Products and Chemical Company of La Porte Texas
The plant was completely assembled at Doraville and was from an engineers view point a joy to behold
But to the poor TM it must have looked like three Saturn rockets with no systems go
The three tanks each measured 14 feet in diameter by 42 feet in length with a weight of approximately 25 tons each A special trailer was built to move the units to the GPAs inland port terminal in Bainbridge The rest was easyif you know the magic word
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It was hard to believe that anything could out do last years Great Oyster Party sponsored by the Savannah and Brunswick Maritime interest but the second annual GOP believe it or not out dazzled the first
Nearly all members of Georgias General Assembly with their wives were on hand to partake of steaming oysters on the banks of the Chattahoochee River near Atlanta
Honored guests were Governor and Mrs Maddox and Lt Gov Smith and Mrs Smith
We conclude by saying there was much fine women and song
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The Harris Boys flank House Speaker Smith
GPA Chairman W D Trippe with Governor
Claude Newman welcomes the Governor
Holt Trippe and J Willis Conger corner Lt Gov Smith
The First Lady joins the Gov and Mr and Mrs Bud Wilkes at the buffet
Jimmie Newsome keeps Gov well supplied
GPA Staff enjoys the Bosses company
Atlanta
National Transportation Week Dinner
More than 300 guests were entertained at the jointly sponsored annual dinner in Atlanta held May 13 in honor of National Transportation Week
The main speaker of the evening Rear Admiral Elliot Bloxom Deputy Commander for Operations of MTMTS told the group of MTMTS container philosophy in which they envision a development of a throughmovement program which will permit a shipper to load a container at an inland U S point pay the carrier a single factor rate for transport service and have the shipment delivered on a single throughbill of lading
Later in the program Admiral Bloxom along with Col William Henry of MTMTS presented a special meritorious award to Robert E Jack Boyle
The award was made in behalf of Maj Gen John Lane Commanding Officer of MTMTS Mr Boyle retired January 1 this year both as Chairman of the Southern Freight Association and as an
employee of the Southern Railway whose career in railroading had spanned 50 years
Head table guests included Claude Newman Georgia Ports Authority and Atlanta chairman of NTW David Clark Traffic World and Georgia chairman for NTW Mr Boyle Col A J McDermott U S Army Philip J Lee vicepresident Seaboard Coast Line Railroad Admiral Bloxom Charles Skinner George Motor Trucking Association B Frank Bond Baltimore Ohio Railroad and president of the Transportation Club of Atlanta Mrs Merle Baxter Southern Wood Preserving Co and president of the Womens Traffic and Transportation Club of Atlanta Colonel Henry and Bates Bowers chairman of the Southern Freight Association Burton Kinney vicepresident Terminal Transport and southern regional vicepresident of Associated Traf
fic Clubs William Brown executive vicepresident Southern Motor Carriers Rate Conference James B Weber regional manager Interstate Commerce Commission Ben T Wiggins vicechairman Georgia Public Service Commission and Colonel Lawrence Nelson U S Army Retired past president of the National Defense Transportation Association
Other honored guests included Robert E Worsham of the General Electric Co and president of the American Society of Traffic and Transportation Ike Power Atlanta Freight Bureau and president of the local chapter of ICC Practitioners Caughey B Culpepper general manager and secretary Atlanta Freight Bureau Walter McDonald and William Kimbrough both members of the Georgia Public Service Commission and Sam Lloyd Georgia Ports Authority and presidentelect of the local chapter of Delta Nu Alpha
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The 575 fool M T URSHLIN barely six weeks on the high seas recently made a maiden call on the Georgia Ports Authoritys Garden City facility to discharge asphalt to the Shell Asphalt Terminal located on the property The URSHLIN was built in Holland and is owned by the Grosvenor Shipping Co LTD She is under long term lease to Shell International Marine Other vital statistics include a 75 foot beam 23170 tons dead weight 15800 gross tons with a 10700 net tonnage Strachan Shipping Co is the agent for Shell International Marine in Savannah
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Executive VicePresident R E Hamilton of the Tuff ted Textile Manufacturers Association of Dalton Georgia has been appointed to the Georgia Ports Authority by Governor Lester Maddox
Mr Hamilton is a native of Dalton and has served as executive vice president of TTMA for nine years He was president of the Association in 195556 A graduate of the University of Georgia Mr Hamilton began his business career as editor of the Dalton News He was in the newspaper printing and office supply business until World War II in which he served in the U S Navy
In 1946 he became associated with Cabin Crafts Inc and was secretary of that company when he resigned to accept the post of executive vicepresident of TTMA in 1959
Mr Hamilton is vicepresident and director of the Dalton Federal Savings and Loan Association and a director of the Bank of Dalton He is a member of the Dalton Board of Education chairman of the Citizens Advisory Committee a lay leader of the First Methodist Church and a past president of the Dalton Rotary Club
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO STEAMSHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402 AGENTS FOR
31 East Bav Street P 0 Box 2747 9122348265 Alcoa Steamship Co
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 Brodin Lines
1746 East Adams Street P Q Box 1504 9043538201 Farrell Lines
Insco Lines
SERVING Maritime Co of the Philippines
Canaveral Florida Port Royal South Carolina Motorships Inc
Fernandina Florida Charleston South Carolina zeanStinnes Line
Jacksonville Florida Georgetown South Carolina Saguenay Shipping Ltd
Brunswick Georgia Wilmington North Carolina Sidarma Line
Savannah Georgia Morehead City North Carolina Wallenius Line
West Coast Lines
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Established 1886
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 17 BATTERY PLACE NEW YORK N Y
Ship Model Given
Mr Cecil Gnann Manager of the Brunswick State Docks recently presented a ship model to the Brunswick Welcome Center
Accepting the model on behalf of the Center was Mr Sam Altman President of the Brunswick Chamber of Commerce Mr Warren Mitchell Director of the Visitors and Convention Bureau
to Welcome Center
also attended the presentation
The ship model which was built by Mr Gnann is designed to represent the numerous freighters which call at the Brunswick Port It will be displayed in a glass cabinet beneath an aerial mural of the Port Its presence in the Brunswick Room is another step in an effort to depict for tourists items indicative of the Brunswick area
Community Developers Tour Harbor
Members of the Industrial Development Council meeting in Savannah for a business session took time out to lour the Savannah Harbor The Council representing some forty cities in Georgia met to make and discuss plans for future activities
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Arend K Hegeler
AREND K HEGELER TOURS GPA
Mr Arend K Hegeler of A Hegeler Company International Freight Contractors and Forwarders in Bremen Germany recently toured the United States Mexico and parts of Canada During his tour of the United States Mr Hegeler visited with the Georgia Ports Authority and got a first hand look at its various facilities He stated that he was very impressed by the port facilities available at Savannah and Brunswick especially by the modern piers and equipment
Mr Hegeler also spent a couple of weeks with the GPAs Traffic and Commerce Office in Atlanta During this time he conferred with importers and exporters about the expansion of trade between his country and the State of Georgia
The A Hegeler Company also has offices located at Bremerhaven Hamburg Rotterdam Amsterdam and Trieste
Mr J D Holi Executive Director and Mr Hegeler examine European irade map
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Strachan Announces Changes
Mr Frank G Strachan President of Strachan Shipping Company recently announced the following promotions and organizational changes
Warren A Maher of New Orleans Louisiana has been named Vice PresidentGulf William H Osterholtz Jr formerly Manager
at Mobile Alabama will assume the office of Vice PresidentFlorida with headquarters at Jacksonville Florida J R Macpherson Jr has been appointed Local Manager at Mobile R S Wrighton has been transferred from Brunswick Georgia to become Assistant Local Manager at Mobile
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Meet a workhorse
Thats what we call our K ships at HollandAmerica And you can depend on a workhorse to get the job done
The Ks are designed to handle all kinds of Gulf and South Atlantic cargo From packaged freight to refrigerated cargo to containers And with decks wide and unobstructed for odd shaped cargo
For frequent reliable workhorse service to and from Le Havre Antwerp Rotterdam Bremen and Hamburg contact
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Agents Hohenstein Shipping Company Savannah and Atlanta
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HANSEN TIDEMANN INC 405 Induitrial Building P O Box 157 3140S Tel S534104 HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 24 Drayion Street P O Box 2468 31402 Tel 2342621 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 1639 31402 Tel 2325335 STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO 26 East Bay Street P O Box 1068 31402 Tel 2338131 STRACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 670 31402 Tel 2346671 J R SHIPPING CO 9 East Bay Street 31401 Phone 2322129
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Galvez GUATEMALA
CastaliaTICA Stevens June 17
Puerto Barrios GUATEMALA
Castalia TICA Stevens June 17
Puerto Cortes HONDURAS
Castalia TICA Stevens June 17
Puerto Limn COSTA RICA
Castalia TICA Stevens June 17
COASTWISE
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
AFRICA
Dakar AFRICA
FernwoodBarber SirachanJune 16
EAST AFRICA Mombasa Tanga Dar es Salaam Zanzibar
MormacscanRobin Strachan July 2
African MercuryFarrell u Southeastern MaritimeJuly 8
SOUTH AFRICA
Mormacmail
Mangla
S A Alphen
African Meteor
Mormacscan
African Mercury
S A Welle vreden
Mormaccape
Makrana
A Vessel
African Dawn
Beira Capetown Durban East London Lourenco Marques Port Elizabeth
Robin StrachanJune 18
CunardBrocklebank HohensleinJune 20
South African MarineSmith KellyJune 20
Farrell Southeastern Maritime June 26
Robin StrachanJuly 2
Farrell Southeastern Maritime July 8
South African MarineSmith KellyJuly 11
Robin StrachanJuly 17
CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein July 21
South African MarineSmith KellyJuly 24
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeJuly 24
Tamatave MADAGASCAR
MormacmailRobin StrachanJune 18
MormaccapeRobin Sirachan July 17
THE CARIBBEAN
Kingston JAMAICA
Osiris SLRoyal NetherlandsNorin Sirachan June 28
ThemisRoyal NetherlandsNorin StrachanJuly 12
Port au Prince HAITI
OsirisRoyal NetherlandsNorin Sirachan June 28
ThemisRoyal NetherlandsNorin Strachan July 12
CENTRAL AMERICA
Balboa PANAMA CITY
Nordpol WCL Southeastern MaritimeJune 13
NordglimtWCL Southeastern Maritime4July 1
Cristobal Colon
NordpoLLuWC Southeastern Maritime June 13
Imperial sChilean SirachanJune 30
Nordglimt WCL Southeastern MaritimeJuly 1
Ashdod ISRAEL
Anai Zim
IoannisZim
Afram River Zim
Southern June 22
SouthernJuly 6
SouthernJuly 28
Barcelona SPAIN
Irene Fahre Hohenstein June 23
Cassarate Fahre Hohenstein July 28
Beirut LEBANON
Namik KemalTurkish Cargo StevensJune 2526
Athina Hellenic Stevens July 110
Genoa ITALY
Piero Foscari
Irene M
Enrico Dandolo
Avala
Athina
Lazzaro Mocenigo Cassarate
Haifa ISRAEL
AnatZim Southern June 22
IoannisZim SouthernJuly 6
Afram Riverm Zim Southern July 28
Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeJune 14
Fahre HohensteinJune 23
Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeJune 27
JugolinijaSmith KellyJune 30
Hellenic StevensJuly 110
Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeJuly 5
Fabre HohensteinJuly 28
Istanbul TURKEY
Namik KemaLTurkish Cargo StevensJune 2526
Izmir TURKEY
Namik KemalTurkish Cargo StevensJune 2526
Izmit TURKEY
Namik KemalTurkish Cargo StevensJune 2526
La Spezia
Irene M iay Fabre g HohensteinJune 23
CassarateFabre HohensteinJuly 28
Leghorn ITALY
Piero FoscariSidarma
Irene M Fabre
Enrico DandoloSidarma
AthinaHellenic
Lazzaro Mocenigo Sidarma
CaMarateFabre
Lisbon PORTUGAL
Irene ML Fabre
CassarateFabre
Southeastern MaritimeJune 14
HohensteinJune 23
Southeastern Maritime June 27
StevensJuly 110
Southeastern MaritimeJuly 5
HohensteinJuly 28
HohensteinJune 23
Hohenstein July 28
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Marseilles FRANCE
Piero Foscari Sidarma Southeastern Maritime June 14
Irene M Fahre Hohenstein June 23
Enrico Dandolo Sidarma Southeastern Maritime June 27
Lazzaro Mocenigo Sidarma Southeastern Maritime July 5
Cassarale Fahre Hohenstein July 28
Naples ITALY Pula Jugolinija Smith Sr Kelly
Avala Jugolinija Smith Sr Kelly June 30 July 110
Athina Hellenic Stevens

Piraeus GREECE Avala Jugolinija Smith Sr Kelly June 30 July 110
Athina Hellenic Stevens

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Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
Pula Jugolinija Smith Kelly June 22
Avala Jugolinija Smith Kelly June 30
Salonika GREECE
AthinaHellenic
StevensJuly 110
Savona ITALY
Piero FoscariSidarma
Enrico DandoloSidarma
Lazzaro MocenigoS Sidarma
Tripoli LYBIA
AthinaHellenic
Valencia SPAIN
Irene MFabre
CassarateFabre
Southeastern MaritimeJune 14
Southeastern MaritimeJune 27
Souhteastern MaritimeJuly 5
StevensJuly 1 10
Hohenstein June 23
HohensteinJuly 28
Venice ITALY
PulaJugolinijaSmith Kelly June 22
AvalaJugolinijaSmith Kelly June 30
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
Groiedyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinJune 21
IitersumIndependent GulfSmith KellyJune 23
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American Manufacturer Toni
American Leader
Kloosterdyk
Integrity
Gaasterdyk RT Hilversum
United States Sirachan June 24
HollandAmerica Hohenstein June 28
United States Strachan June 28
HollandAmerica Hohenstein July 11
Regent J R Shipping July 11
HollandAmerica Hohenstein July 21
Independent Gulf Smith Kelly July 27
Antwerp BELGIUM
Grotedyk RT
Silvia
Ittersum
Lutjenburg
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American Leader Pioneer Cove Kloosterdyk Integrity
Magdalene Vinnen
Vingaholm RT
Gaasterdyk RT
Hilversum
HollandAmerica HohensteinJune 21
OzeanSlinnes Southeastern MJune 22
Independent GulfSmith KellyJune 23
OzeanStinnes Southeastern M June 25
HollandAmerica HohensteinJune 28
United States Strachan June 28
United States Strachan July 3
HollandAmerica Hohenstein July 11
Regent J R Shipping July 11
OzeanStinnes Southeastern M July 11
WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan July 12
HollandAmerica HohensteinJuly 21
Independent Gulf Smith KellyJuly 27
Bremen GERMANY
Grotedyk RTjHollandAmerica Hohenstein June 21
Silvia OzeanStinnes Southeastern M June 22
Ittersum Independent GulfSmith KellyJune 23
American Manufacturer United States StrachanJune 24
Lutjenburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern M June 25
Toni HollandAmerica HohensteinJune 28
American Leader United States Strachan June 28
Kloosterdyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein July 11
Integrity Regent J R Shipping July 11
Magdalene Vinnen OzeanStinnes Southeastern M July 11
Vingaholm RT WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan July 12
Gaasterdyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein July 21
Hilversum Independent Gulf Smith Kelly July 27
BremenBremerhaven GERMANY
American ManufacturerUnited States Sirachan June 24
American LeaderUnited Stales Strachan June 28
Hamburg GERMANY
Groiedyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein June 21
Silvia OzeanStinnes Southeastern M June 22
Ittersum Independent Gulf Smith Kelly June 23
American Manufacturer United Slates Sirachan June 24
Lutjenburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern M June 25
Toni HollandAmerica Hohenstein June 28
Kloosterdyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein July 11
Integrity Regent J R Shipping July 11
Fast regular cargo service
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Accepting Cargo on Transshipment Bills of Lading to other Caribbean destinations
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Kansas City STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Charleston CAROLINA SHIPPING COMPANY
Baltimore Norfolk RAMSAY SCARLETT CO
Philadelphia Pittsburgh Cleveland LAVINO SHIPPING CO Detroit INTERNATIONAL GREAT LAKES SHIPPING CO
Rogai itrifierlands Steamship Company
25 Broadway New York N Y 10004
SHIPPING COMPANY
408 American Building Savannah Georgia
Custom House Brokers Foreign Freight Brokers and Forwarders
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Independent GullSmith Kelly
July 11 July 12 July 21 July 27
Le Havre FRANCE
Groledyk RTHollandAmerica Hohenstein
Kloosterdyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein
Vingaholm RT WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
Gaasterdyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein
June 21 July 11 July 12 July 21
New York Star
Cavalier ot Athens Port Albany RT Cap Verde African Surt Middlesex Cap Ortegal
Halifax Star
African Crescent
Blue Star
Am Australian Port
Columbus
Southern Smith Kelly
Strachan
Southern
Farrell Southeastern Maritime
Am Australian Smith Kelly
Columbus Southern
Blue Star Southern
Farrell Southeastern Maritime
June 22 June 24 July 2 July 11 July 18 July 15 July 17 July 27 Aug 9
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
Groledyk RT 3HollandAmerica Hohenstein
Sylvia OzeanStinnes Southeastern M
IttersumIndependent GulfSmith Kelly
Bugo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Corregidor Maritime of Phils Southeastern M
United States Strachan
OzeanStinnes Southeastern M
HollandAmerica Hohenstein
United States Strachan
HollandAmerica Hohenstein
Regent J R Shipping
OzeanStinnes Southeastern M
Vingaholm RT WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
Gaasterdyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein
Hilversum Independent GulfSmith Kelly
American Manufacturer
Lutjenburg
Toni
American Leader Kloosterdyk
Integrity
Magdalene Vinnen
June 21 June 22 June 23 June 24 June 25 June 28 June 28 July 11 July 11 July 11 July 12 July 21 July 27
Phil J A Santos Phil Bataan
Maritime of Phils Southeastern M
Maritime of Phils Southeastern M
June 13 July 8 July 24
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil CorregidorMaritime of Phils Southeastern M
Troubadour Barber Strachan
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern
Phil J A SantosMaritime of Phils Southeastern M
Phil Pres QuirinoUnited Philippine Southern
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine gjHKK Southern
Phil BataanMaritime of Phils Southeastern M
June 13 June 14 June 25 July 8 July 9 July 23 July 24
PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
African StarFarrell Southeastern MaritimeJune 20
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern June 20
New York StarBlue Star SouthernJune 22
Cavalier of AthensAm AustralianSmith 8c Kelly June 24
Fort Albany RT Port Strachan July 2
Cap Verde Columbus Southern July 11
MiddlesexAm 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly July 15
Cap Ortegal Columbus Southern July 17
African SurfFarrell Southeastern MaritimeJuly 18
Halifax StarBlue Star Southern July 27
African Crescent Farrell Southeastern Maritime Aug 9
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
Wharanui Am 8c AustralianSmith 8c KellyJuly 30
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
African StarFarrell Southeastern MaritimeJune 20
Cap VilanoColumbus jSfcl Southern I June 20
Darvo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Corregidor Maritime of Phils Southeastern M
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern
Phil J A SantosMaritime of Phils Southeastern M
Phil Pres QuirinoUnited Philippine Southern
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine Southern
Phil BataanBHHMaritime of Phils Southeastern M
June 13 June 25 July 0 July 9 July 23 July 24
Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
Wharanui Am 8c AustralianSmith 8c KellyJuly 30
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
African SurfFarrell Southeastern Maritime
July 18
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Phil CorregidorMaritime of Phils Souiheasiern M
TroubadourBarber Strachan
Italy Maru K Line Stevens
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern
Export AmbassadorRTP Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Montana Maru K Line Stevens
Phil J A SantosMaritime of Phils Southeastern M
Phil Pres QuirinoUnited Philippine Southern
Export AdventurerRTP Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine Southern
Phil BataanMaritime of Phils Southeastern M
Export Buyer RTPAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
June 13 June 14 June 17 June 25 June 29 July 5 July 8 July 9 July 9 July 23 July 24 July 24
J K Ebberwein
FOREIGN
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Or maybe youd like his fullname the Pelicontainer bird a rarp and fine specimen of our newest ports service Thats right now Georgia ports are geared to handle containerized freight to and from foreign countries For the full story on Georgia shipping write J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 Savannah Ga
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
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Ship
Steamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Ship
Steamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Corregidor
Phil Pres Osmena
Phil J A Santos
Phil Pres Quirino
Phil Pres Magsaysay Phil Bataan
Maritime of Phils United Philippine Maritime oi Phils United Philippine United Philippine Maritime of Phils
Southeastern MJune 13
Jryr SouthernJune 25
Southeastern MJuly 8
SouthernJuly 9
Southern July 23
Southeastern MSJuly 24
Inchon KOREA
Export AmbassadorRTP Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan June 29
Export AdventurerRTP Am Export Isbrandisen StrachanJuly 9
Export Buyer RTPAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanJuly 24
Kaohsiung KOREA
Italy Maru K Line
Hai PingChina Merchants
Export AmbassadorRTP Am Export Isbrandisen
Montana Maru K Line
Export AdventurerRTP Am Export Isbrandisen
Export Buyer RTPAm Export Isbrandisen
Florida Maru iK Line
Tasmania MaruK Line iiJ
Keelung FORMOSA
Italy Maru K Line L StevensJune 17
Hai PingChina Merchants 4 SouthernJune 25
Export AmbassadorRTP Am Export Isbrandisen StrachanJune 29
Montana Maru 34K Line StevensJuly 5
Export AdventurerRTP Am Export Isbrandisen StrachanJuly 9
Export Buyer RTPAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanJuly 24
Florida Maru K Line Stevens July 27
Tasmania MaruK Line StevensAug 1
StevensJune 17
SouthernJune 25
StrachanJune 29
StevensJuly 5
StrachanJuly 9
StrachanJuly 24
StevensJuly 25
StevensAug 1
Kobe JAPAN
Italy Maru K Line
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine
Hai PingChina Merchants
Suruga MaruN Y K
Export AmbassadorRTP Am Export Isbrandisen
Montana ManiK Line
Phil Pres QuirinoUnited Philippine
Export AdventurerRTP Am Export Isbrandisen
Sumida MaruN Y K
Chicago Maru RTMitsuiO S K
Tagaharu MaruYamashiiaShinnihon
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine
Export Buyer RTPAm Export Isbrandisen
Florida MaruK Line
Stevens
Southern June
Southern June
Strachan
Strachan June
Stevens July
Southern July
Strachan July
Strachan July
Strachan July
Smith ft Kelly July
Southern July
Strachan July
Stevens July
17
25
25
27
29
5
9
9
9
12
14
23
24 27
Lyttelton NEW ZEALAND
Wharanui Am AustralianSmith KellyJuly 30
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Corregidor Maritime of Phils Southeastern M
TroubadourBarber Strachan
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern
Phil J A Santos Maritime of Phils Southeastern M
Phil Pres QuirinoUnited Philippine Southern
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine Southern
Phil Bataan Maritime of Phils Southeastern M
June 13 June 16 June 25 July 8 July 9 July 23 July 24
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
African Star Farrell 1Southeastern Maritime June 20
Cap VilanoColumbus Southern June 20
New York StarBlue Star ii SouthernJune 22
Cavalier of Athens Am AustralianSmith Kelly June 24
Port Albany RT Port StrachanJuly 2
Cap VerdeColumbus SouthernJuly 11
Middlesex
Cap Ortegal
African Surf
Halifax Star
African Crescent
Am AustralianSmith KellyJuly 15
Columbus rW SouthernJuly 17
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeJuly 18
Blue Star SouthernJuly 27
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeAug 9
Nagoya JAPAN
Italy Maru K Line 1 iJ Stevens
Suruga MaruN Y K Strachan
Montana MaruK Line Stevens
Sumida MaruN Y K Strachan
Chicago Maru RT MitsuiO S K Strachan
Tagaharu MaraYamashiiaShinnihonSmith Kelly
Florida MaruK Line Stevens
Napier NEW ZEALAND
Wharanui Am AustralianSmith Kelly
Osaka JAPAN
Italy MaruK Line 4 Stevens
Suruga MaruN Y K 4 Strachan
Export AmbassadorRTP Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan
Montana MaruK Line Stevens
Export AdventurerRTPAm Export Isbrandisen Strachan
Sumida Maru N Y K Strachan
Chicago Maru RTMitsuiO S KStrachan
Tagaharu MaruYamashiiaShinnihonSmith ft Kelly
Export Buyer RTPAm Export Isbrandisen Strachan
Florida Mara K Line Stevens
Pusan KOREA
Italy Maru 3K Line
Export AmbassadorRTP Am Export Isbrandisen
Montana Maru K Line
Export AdventurerRTP Am Export Isbrandisen
Export Buyer RTPAm Export Isbrandisen
Florida Maru K Line
Singapore SINGAPORE
TroubadourBarber Strachan
Stevens
Strachan
Stevens Strachan Strachan Stevens
June 17 June 27 July 5 July 9 July 12 July 14 July 27
July 30
June 17 June 27 June 29 July 5 July 9 July 9 July 12 July 14 July 24 July 27
June 17 June 29 July 5 July 9 July 24 July 25
June 16
Sydney AUSTRALIA
African Star Farrell Southeastern Maritime June 20
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern June 20
New York Star Blue Star Southern June 22
Cavalier of Athens Am ft Australian Smith ft Kelly June 24
Port Albany RT Port Strachan July 2
Cap Verde Columbus Southern July 11
Middlesex Smith Kelly July 15
Cap Ortegal Columbus Southern July 17
African Surf Farrell Southeastern Maritime July 18
Halifax Star Blue Star Southern July 27
African Crescent Farrell Auer 9

Wellington NEW ZEALAND
Wharanui Am ft AustralianSmith ft KellyJuly 30
Yokohama JAPAN Italy Maru K Line Stevens
Hai Ping China Merchants Southern June 25
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern June 25
Suruaa Maru N Y K Strachan
Export AmbassadorRTP Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan June 29
Montana Mani K Line Stevens July 5
Phil Pres Quirino United Philippine Southern July 9
Export AdventurerRTP Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan July 9
Sumida Maru N Y K Strachan July 9
Chicago Maru RT MitsuiO S K Strachan July 12
Tagaharu Maru YamashiiaShinnihon Smith ft Kelly July 14
and its getting smaller every day Business or travel contacts in foreign lands are important to more and more people Thats why we keep expanding our International Department to serve more people and serve them better
If your business or travel plans need overseas assistance including foreign remittances commercial letters of credit foreign collections foreign trade inquiries consultations letters of introduction travelers letters of credit and travelers checks talk first with our International Department specialists They can help you feel right at home wherever you go
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Agency Sailing Date
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Phil Pres Magsaysay United Philippine J SouthernJuly 23
Export Buyer RTPAm Export Isbrandlsen StrachanJuly 24
Florida Maru K Line StevensJuly 27
Paranagua BRAZIL
MormaclandMooreMcCormack
MormacpineMooreMcCormack
Strachan
Strachan
June 21 July 18
PERSIAN GULF
Port Sudan SUBAN
Hellenic Torch Hellenic
Recife BRAZIL
CelestinoLloyd Brasileiro
Strachan June 15
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Hellenic Torch Hellenic
StevensJuly 13
StevensJuly 13
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
CelestinoLloyd Brasileiro
Rio de Janeiro Ivaran
MormaclandMooreMcCormack
SantosIvaran
Mormacpine MooreMcCormack
Strachan
Southern
Strachan
Southern
Strachan
June 15 June 18 June 21 July 3 July 18
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic Torch Hellenic
StevensJuly 13
Santos BRAZIL
CelestinoLloyd Brasileiro
Rio de Janeiro Ivaran
MormaclandMooreMcCormack
SantosIvaran
MormacpineMooreMcCormack
Strachan
Southern
Strachan
Southern
Strachan
June 15 June 18 June 21 July 3 July 18
Vingaholm RT WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJuly 12
Gdynia POLAND
Vingaholm RTWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJuly 12
Gothenburg SWEDEN
Vingaholm RT WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJuly 12
Aruba NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
MarathonRoyal NelherlandsNygui
MemnoniRoyal NelherlandsNygui
Strachan
Strachan
Curacao NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
MarathonRoyal NelherlandsNygui
MemnonRoyal NelherlandsNygui
Strachan
Strachan
Helsinki FINLAND
Vingaholm RT WilhelmsenSwed
Atlantic StrachanJuly 12
Malmo SWEDEN
Vingaholm RT WilhelmsenSwed
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
MarathonRoyal NelherlandsNygui
MemnonRoyal NeiherlandsNygui
Strachan
Strachan
AtlanticStrachanJuly 12
Norrkoping SWEDEN
Vingaholm RT WilhelmsenSwed
AtlanticStrachanJuly 12
Oslo NORWAY
Vingaholm RT WilhelmsenSwed
Atlantic StrachanJuly 12
Stockholm SWEDEN
Vingaholm RT WilhelmsenSwed
Atlantic StrachanJuly 12
La Guaira VENEZUELA
Ciudad de Cumana VenezuelanSmith Kelly
MarathonRoyal NeiherlandsNygui Strachan
Ciudad de MaracaiboVenezuelanSmith Kelly
Memnon Royal NetherlandsNygui Strachan
Ciudad de CumanaVenezuelanSmith Kelly
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
Osiris Royal NeiherlandsNorin
ThemisRoyal NeiherlandsNorin
Strachan
Strachan
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
Rio de Janeiro Ivaran
MormaclandMooreMcCormack
OveroArgentine
SantosIvaran
MormacpineMooreMcCormack
Montevideo URUGUAY
Rio de Janeiro Ivaran
MormaclandMooreMcCormack
SantosIvaran
MormacpineMooreMcCormack
SouthernJune 18
StrachanJune 21
StrachanJune 26
SouthernJuly 3
StrachanJuly 18
SouthernJune 18
Strachan June 21
SouthernJuly 3
StrachanJuly 18
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Ciudad de CumanaVenezuelanSmith Kelly
Ciudad de MaracaiboVenezuelanSmith Kelly
Ciudad de CumanaVenezuelanSmith Kelly
MatanzasPuerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
Osiris Royal NetherlandsNorin
Themis w 8jil Royal NeiherlandsNorin
Strachan
Strachan
Paramaribo SURINAM
Marathon Royal NelherlandsNygui
MemnonAjiSapRoYal NetherlandsNygui
Strachan
Strachan
Port of Spain TRINIDAD
Marathon Royal NetherlandsNygui Strachan
MemnonRoyal NetherlandsNygui Strachan
June 28 July 12
June 28 July 12
June 28 July 12
June 21 June 28 July 6 July 12 July 20
June 28 July 12
June 21 July 6 July 20
June 28 July 12
June 28 July 12
June 28 July 12
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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
MAYJUNE 1968
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Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Ciudad de CumanaVenezuelanSmith KellyJune 21
OsirisRoyal NeiherlandsNorin SlrachanJune 28
Ciudad de MaracaiboVenezuelanSmith KellyJuly 6
Themis Royal NetherlandsNorin SlrachanJuly 12
Ciudad de CumanaVenezuelanSmith KellyJuly 20
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Antofagasta CHILE
ImperialChilean
NordglimiWCL
1 Slrachan
Southeastern Maritime
June 30 July 1
Arica CHILE
ImperialChilean
Nordglimt WCL
Slrachan
Southeastern Maritime
June 30 July 1
Buenaventura COLOMBIA
NordglimtWCL
Southeastern MaritimeJuly 1
Callao PERU
ImperialChilean
NordglimtWCL
HinrichOldendorff C P V
SlrachanJune 30
Southeastern MaritimeJuly 1
Hansen Tidemann IncJuly 2
Chanaral CHILE
ImperialChilean
SlrachanJune 30
Coquimbo CHILE
Imperial Chilean
SlrachanJune 30
Guayaquil ECUADOR
Imperial Chilean
NordglimtWCL
Slrachan
Southeastern Maritime
June 30 July 1
Iquique CHILE
Imperial
Chilean
SlrachanJune 30
Matarani PERU
Imperial
Nordglimi
Chilean WCL
Slrachan
Southeastern Maritime
June 30 July 1
San Antonio CHILE
ImperialChilean
NordglimtWCL j
Slrachan
Southeastern Maritime
June 30 July 1
Talcahuano CHILE
Imperial
Chilean
Slrachan June 30
Tocopilla CHILE
Imperial
Chilean
SlrachanJune 30
Valparaiso CHILE
Imperial Chilean
NordglimtWCL
SOUTH ASIA
Slrachan
Southeastern Maritime
June 30 July 1
Bangkok THAILAND
Troubadour Barber Slrachan June 16
Tasmania MaruK Line StevensAug 1
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Pate
Bombay INDIA
Flying EndeavorAm Export Isbrandisen Slrachan June 17
JaladurgaScindia Smith KellyJune 22
Stale of PunjabS C I Smith KellyJuly 1
Vishva TirihS C I Smith Sc KellyJuly 6
A VesselAm Export Isbrandisen SlrachanJuly 15
State of Madhya PradeshS C ISmith Sc KellyJuly 31
Calcutta INDIA
Flying EndeavorAm Export Isbrandisen Slrachan June
ManglaCunardBrocklebank HohensteinJune
Jaladurga ScindiaSmith ft KellyJune
State of PunjabS C ISmith KellyJuly
Vishva TirihS C ISmith KellyJuly
Hellenic Torch Hellenic StevensJuly
A VesselAm Export Isbrandisen SlrachanJuly
Makrana V CunardBrocklebank HohensteinJuly
Slate of Madhya PradeshS C ISmith Sc KellyJuly
Chalna PAKISTAN
Flying Endeavor
Mangla
A Vessel
Makrana
Am Export Isbrandisen
CunardBrocklebank
Am Export Isbrandisen CunardBrocklebank
Slrachan
Hohenstein
Slrachan
Hohenstein
June 17 June 20 July 15 July 21
Chittagong PAKISTAN
Flying Endeavor Am Export Isbrandisen Slrachan June 17
A VesselAm Export Isbrandisen SlrachanJuly 15
Colombo CEYLON
Mangia
Hellenic Torch
Makrana
CunardBrocklebank
Hellenic
CunardBrocklebank
Hohenstein
Stevens
Hohenstein
June 20 July 13 July 21
Djarkarta INDONESIA
TroubadourBarber
Slrachan June 16
Karachi PAKISTAN
Flying Endeavor Am Export Isbrandisen Slrachan June
Hellenic TorchHellenic StevensJuly
A Vessel Am Export Isbrandisen SlrachanJuly
Madras INDIA
Flying EndeavorkL
Mangla
Jaladurga
Slate ol Punjab
Vishva Tirih
A Vessel
Makrana
State of Madhya Pradesh
Am Export Isbrandisen SlrachanJune
CunardBrocklebank HohensteinJune
ScindiaSmith KellyJune
S C IiSmith KellyJuly
S C ISmith Kelly July
Am Export Isbrandisen SlrachanJuly
CunardBrocklebank HohensteinJuly
S C ISmith KellyJuly
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Dublin IRELAND
Irish PoplarManchesterSmith Sc KellyJuly 4
London ENGLAND
Pioneer CoveUnited States SlrachanJuly 3
Manchester ENGLAND
Irish PoplarManchesterSmith KellyJuly 4
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SMITH KELLY COMPANY
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Directory of Port Services
SHIPPING COMPANIES
Jansen tidemann inc
206 East Bay Street2334104
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
J R SHIPPING COf INC
9 East Bay Street2322129
KAUFMANN SHIPPING COMPANY
405 Industrial Building2347367
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street 2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
408 American Building2360259
W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC
Realty Building 2368645
CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
J K EBBERWEIN
Suite 208209 Realty Building2326184
JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
E L MOBLEY
SSm 606 Realty Building2340686
D J POWERS
American Building 2347241
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminal Building2325335
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
GEORGE W WISE JR
404 Realty Building 2330171
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKERS
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
408 American Building2360259
W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta 8736939 CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
E L MOBLEY
606 Realty Building2340686
D J POWERS
American Building 2347241
J W TARVER
Arcade Building 2348829
DONALD R WINTER
721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta 8725309
STEVEDORES
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminali 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
U S ARMY OUTPORT
SAVANNAH OUTPORT MTMTS
State Docks Garden City2367179
BARGE SERVICE INTRACOASTAL
C G WILLIS INCPaulsboro N J
BARGE SERVICE INLAND
MERRY BROTHERSAugusta Ga
MOTOR FREIGHT LINES
ABC EXPRESS CO2345183
AKERS MOTOR LINES INC2348846
Brunswick2656948
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION
CO INC2343435
BROWN TRANSPORT CORP2334718
CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP 2330919
CAUDELL TRANSFER CO2323334
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES INC2368217
CHATHAM TRANSFER CO2337084
COASTAL TRANSPORT
TRADING CO2345183
COOPER MOTOR LINES INC2321466
DURRENCE TRANSFER CO2322105
EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION CO 2345309
FEDDERWITZ TRUCKING CO2345183
FIVE TRANSPORTATION CO2320147
Brunswick2653240
GAY TRUCKING CO9644341
GEORGIA HWY EXPRESS INC2334543
Brunswick2643933
GIVENS MOTOR EXPRESS INC2336073
HARPER MOTOR LINES INC2328124
Brunswick2658622
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES2342681
HERRIN TRANSPORTATION CO2341349
HOWARD HALL CO INC2336584
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES2340779
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT 2335745
McLEAN TRUCKING CO2333063
MOTOR CONVOY 2368536
NEW DIXIE LINES INC2364229
NILSON MOTOR EXPRESS2368215
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION 2339613
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS2348823
PLOOF TRANSFR CO INC2345065
Brunswick2652030
R C MOTOR LINES INC2368291
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC2342568
ROGERS TRUCK LINE2334543
SOUTHERN FREIGHT LINES2327285
TAMIAMI FREIGHTWAYS INC2365734
Brunswick2652233
THURSTON MOTOR LINES INC2366112
RAIL TRANSPORT
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY CO
Sales Freight Traffic 2326159
SAVANNAH ATLANTA RAILWAY CO
Sales Department 2323113
SAVANNAH STATE DOCKS RAILROAD
Garden City Terminal2361561
SEABOARD COAST LINE RAILROAD CO
Brunswick Freight Office2652966
Regional Sales Manager2332431
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO
Traffic Manager2341388
Brunswick Freight Office2655310
EXPORT PACKING DRUMMING
SAVANNAH EXPORT BOXING INC
Savannah State Docks2333065
SOUTHLAND OIL CORP
State DocksGarden City Jjw 12362447
BANKS WITH INTERNATIONAL OFFICES
CITIZENS SOUTHERN
NATIONAL BANK Box 4292345101
LIBERTY NATIONAL
BANK TRUSTBox 490 2334111
SAVANNAH BANK
TRUST CO Box 4892343441
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE U S Customhouse1 East Bay Street DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF CUSTOMS
Mrs Marion Faircloth Baker2324321
Ext 256
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Inspection Control
Charles P Simon2324321 Ext 264
CUSTOM PORT DIRECTOR Brunswick
Marcus D KnightFederal Building 2651955 MARINE SECTION
Quinton E Brown Supervisory
Marine Officer 2324321 Ext 255
INSPECTIONAL SECTION
William E Thompson Supervisory
Customs Inspector 2334632
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Classification Value
Frank E Heidt Jr2324321 Ext 265
ENTRY MINISTERIAL SECTION William D Wood Jr2324321 Ext 345
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS AGENCY SERVICE Room 206 Customhouse AGENT IN CHARGE
William F Hughes2324321 Ext 342
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS LABORATORY Room 211 Customhouse CHIEF CHEMIST
Homer L Strickland2324321 Ext 344
U S DEPT OF COMMERCE Savannah Field Office Room 235 Post Office Bldg DIRECTOR
James W Mclntire2324321 Ext 204
UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
INSPECTOR IN CHARGE
Robert L Poole2324321 Ext 368
24hour answering service2323246
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Room 208 Customhouse INSPECTOR IN CHARGE J Henry Pruitt2324321
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE Area Extension Horticulture
Room 8B Customhouse OFFICER IN CHARGE
Henry Clay 2335927
AUXILIARY SERVICES
INTERNATIONAL SEAMANS BETHAL Director
Charles Nelson 25 Houston2342438
CONSULS
BRAZIL
Jack M Sayler East River St2342266
DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen 15 West Libertyp322141 FINLAND
A G Van Schaick 202 West Bay 2346646 FRANCE
Edwin J Middleton
Wilmington Island 8971969
GERMANY
F A O Bahre20 East 48th2332011
ITALY
Joseph M Cafiero 1127 East 50th 3550586 NETHERLANDS
A G Van Schaick 202 West Bay 2346646 NORWAY
J P Imlay 314 Columbus Drive 3552393 SWEDEN
L Roy Riddick727 East 52nd3557490
VENEZUELA
Sr Jorge Manrique 140 Bull 2341005
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The Georgia Ports Authority now has 22 deepwater berths serving a wide trade area in the Midwest and the Southeast Georgia ports serve this 13state area at inland freight rates equal to or less than rates charged by any other Atlantic or Gulf v port For additional information contact our man at any one of our following sales offices I
SAVANNAH BRUNSWICK ATLANTA NEW YORK CHICAGO BONN GERMANY TOKYO JAPAN
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P 0 Box 1039 Telephone 9122361561 Teletype 810784563 J D Holt P O Box 1758 Telephone 9122658500 Cecil G Gnann
1131 Healey Building Telephone 4045251595 Teletype 4045271034 Claude H Newman 233 Broadway Telephone 2122675731 Teletype 2125711312 Walter Hauser 200 South Michigan Avenue Telephone 3124278478 M Fred Whelan 532 BonnBad Godesberg Ruengsdorfer Strasse 53 Telephone Bad Godesberg 69344 929 Nikkatsu International Building Yurakucho Chiyoda Ku Telephone 2114556
James I Newsome Jr Director of Operations
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TRUCK STOP EXTRAORDINARY 4 SAVANNAHS GREAT DANE 6 STEEL VIA SAVANNAH 10 GPA CONSTRUCTION 12 MARITIME DAY 14 HO HUM ANOTHER RECORD 16 MORE FORDS IN OUR FUTURE 18 PORT NEWS VIEWS 20 SAILING SCHEDULE 25 PORT DIRECTORY 31
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The cover on this issue illustrates not one but two stories inside Truck ship ments via Georgia Ports is detailed in The Souths Largest Truck Stop on page 4 An interesting new movement by Savannahs own Great Dane is featured on page 6
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
W D Trippe Cedartown Chairman
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Vice Chairman
Robert C Norman Augusta
Thomas M Johnson Sr Savannah
A M Harris Sr Brunswick
J Willis Conger Bainbridge
R E Hamilton Dalton
Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie SecretaryTreasurer Stanley M Karsman Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude H Newman Atlanta Director of Traffic and Commerce
Walter Hauser New York Eastern Regional Manager
Fred Whelan Chicago Western Regional Manager
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Makio Yamada Tokyo Japan Far Eastern Director
Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
Official publication Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 Savannah Georgia 31402 Telephone 9122361561 Advertising rates furnished on request
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Georgia Anchor Age is published bimonthly and distributed third class mail to over 8000 readers All copy and pictures may be used bv others however it would be appreciated if a credit line is given t The Gergia Forts Authority Hi
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Probably the most hackneyed expression in common usage in this country and possibly around the world is the old sawwhich comes first the chicken or the egg
For those who toy with words an original thought here should someday make someone eligible for an axiomatic Pulitzer Prize
However for those in the port business the idea and the implementation thereof many times needs to be simultaneous and this is the path being followed in Georgia
The lead story in the last issue of AnchorAge mentioned the 35000 railroad cars being handled annually by the Authority The current issue tells of 65000 trucks being loaded or unloaded at our deepwater terminals during the past fiscal year
Which comes firstThe increased volume of traffic or the facilities In Georgia we try to move them along together and it is for that reason we announce the near completion of a seven and onehalf million dollar construction program at both Savannah and Brunswick
Thankfully the chicken and the egg got cooked in the same pot

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We operate the largest truck stop in Georgia perhaps the largest in the southeast Were located on a dead end street We sell no gas or diesel fuels
We serve no food or coffee We feature no pretty waitresses or the worlds best apple pie We post no roadside adver tising In fact we disregard all the tra ditional requisites of a successful truck stop and yet we are number one serving over 65000 trucks a year
We are proud of our success and are eager to share this secret with any of our competitors
M The first requirement is a small in vestment of only 51 million With this S capital outlay you buy some prime deepwater sites with a most productive hinterland and you build 22 ultra modera deepwater berths
Next you purchase six 35ton gantry Cranes and spread them around your docks adjacent to your new transit sheds
tij Now you surround your dock area Vwith about 3 million square feet of commercial warehousing After all if you are going to load over 65000 trucks
a year you are going to need some storage space
Next you shop around for all types of loading equipment forklifts rams
squeezes payloaders a few mobile cranes etc And of course dont forget
the people to operate this equipment
You 11 need about 500 but mind you not a single pretty waitress or short order cook is required
At this stage you are just about ready
and we suggest that you put a few good salesmen in your hinterland to promote
your facility We have them in Atlanta
Chicago New York Bonn Germany and Tokyo Japan While you are at this you might add a few traffic experts V your Atlanta office Youll certainly l need them
Now you entice the top steamship agencies to your ultra modern facilities Youll need about 100 lines offering scheduled services to all parts of the j world We might point out that this r steamship service is most important for Hj a successful truck stop operation
You will need a few other things such was your own railroad for switching rail cars at your terminals but since this is
a truck story we wont go into that
Thats about all there is to it just sit back and let the trucks roll in Oh yes
youll need a catchy name for your truck stop We call ours the Georgia Ports Authority
JULYAUGUST 1968
WERE THE SOUTHS LEADING TRUCK STOP WE SELL NO GAS NO COFFEE
NO FOOD WERE LOCATED ON A DEAD END STREET
BUT WE LOAD OVER 65000 TRUCKS A YEAR
Savannahs
GREAT DANE TRAILERS
The bringing together of the following organizations Great Dane Trailers Inc the United States Freight Co the Kawasaki Risen Kaisha Ltd K Line the Stevens Shipping and Terminal Co and the Georgia Ports Authority produced perhaps the best winning combination since the citizens of Green Bay told Vince Lombardi they wanted to go into the football business
It works like this U S Freight owns Great Dane who builds containers for K Line whose agent in Savannah Stevens Shipping ship said containers through the modern facilities of the Georgia Ports Authority
In 1967 Great Dane Trailers Inc of Savannah one of the most respected names in the truck trailer business
was purchased by the U S Freight Co of New York U S Freight is among many other things the largest freight forwarder in the United States C
Since its beginning in 1900 as the Savannah Blow PipeCo Great Dane has been a family held corporation Aware of this successful operation the owners have maintained the same management with C F Hammond Jr as President and4 Brooke Reeve Jr as Executive Vice President
Recently K Line contracted with Great Dane to construct 76 refrigerated containers The term container is not a fair description of the new units It is best described in an article in TRAILERBODY BUILDERS titled New Look In Containers Stainless Steel and we quote These are no
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ordinary containers but very special units designed to do a special job haul fresh citrus fruits frozen tuna or fresh meats on long transPacific ocean voyages
The 76 Great Dane containers are not only of a new design but many of the components are also new The Thermo King nosemount unit for example represents a new configuration of stacked assemblies that completely fills the 8 by 8 ft front of the box The air distribution chute is unique in that it is flushed against the ceiling and walltowall
Basic structure of the van is new since it is thought to be the first refrigerated container of its type constructed of stainless steel and aluminum Even the corner posts are stainless steel The only carbon steel used in the entire box is in the corner fittings which are castings The framework
is aluminum including crossmembers side posts and longitudinal rails
Great Dane developed an allnew fiberglassreinforced plastic vent door and vent door frame for these containers The aperture for the nosemount evaporator is also framed in fiberglassreinforced plastic rather than wood The allFRP interior consists of Molded Fiber Glass inverted rib liner panels and Kemply ceiling liner
The nosemount refrigeration unit is easily removed for servicing since fork pockets are provided at the base and the midsection of the unit and lifting eyes at the top
The unit is officially designated as Model EL 7545 SG With a controlled temperature range of 20 deg F it is
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this modern port facility ctoo SeatDanLadno hdUf7c uUyn Ri eorgia Prls Authoritys Ocean Terminal With
The photographs on this page show the first of the 40 foot slZlesZ unking itded o 10 H line
All systems are go at the Georgia Forts Authoritys Ocean Terminal as the first of 76 Great Dane units is hoisted aboard The smooth loading operation was handled by Stevens Shipping Terminal Company Savannah agents for K Line who have a special brochure detailing the specifications of available K Line containers Write them co P O Box 1068 Savannah Georgia
rated at 17000 Btu cooling capacity at 0 deg F Heating capacity is provided through electrical resistors
The allelectric unit is powered by the ships power operation of the refrigeration unit is monitored in the control room where lights indicate the refrigeration cycles
Building a new and better box is not unique for Great Dane as they were the first to manufacture a completely insulated and refrigerated trailer and pioneered the combination stainless steel and aluminum trailer in 1963 after developing joining methods using special alloy rivets
Great Dane Trailers Inc is aiming for a 100 increase in production capacity This is the expected result of a 2 million dollar expansion program now in its final stages of completion
A good share of the increased production space will be
devoted to containers since containers and piggy back trailers now account for 40 of Great Danes production A completely new production line for containers is being added alongside the trailer production lines The building is now completed and is being equipped The main assembly line for trailers was also extended in length 50
Great Dane doubled its sales in the five years between 1962 and 1967 The new production facilities will not only keep pace with expanding sales but will also project the company firmly in the container area
Being a port oriented industry it is indeed appropriate that Great Dane should emerge as a leader in container production In joining the U S Freight organization Great Dane will add world wide honors to its national reputation as producers of an outstanding product
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Serving SAVANNAH and
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The 10200mile Southern Railway System connects Savannah Brunswick and six other Gulf and Atlantic ports with major centers of commerce in the South and with all traffic gateways to the rest of the country
Southerns customerized equipment and methods are designed to meet specific shipper needs with a dependable onemanagement trans
portation network that can save you time money and trouble
On your next import or export shipment ship Southernand see In Savannah telephone 9122341388 or write our Sales Office P O Box 2202 in Brunswick telephone 912 AM 52710 or write our Sales Office P O Box 397
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klTEEL via Savannah has become the top topic of steel shippers in Germany Great Britain Japan and numerous other countries
The reason for this enthusiastic exchange of conversation is the modern Garden City facilities of the Georgia Ports Authority Steel shippers have discovered this gateway to a thirteen state hinterland They are pleased with the ample storage area they are delighted by the availability of all types of handling gear including four 35ton gantry cranes but most of all they are elated with the GPAs direct discharge from vessel to rail cars which eliminates additional handling charges
The results of this increased flow of all types of steel through Savannah has been the construction of two new storage yards and the fulfillment of the Georgia Ports Authoritys prime objective customer service
New Construction
JUST ABOUT READY
The Georgia Ports Authoritys 75 million dollar construction pro gram at Brunswick and Savannah is in its final stages
The new facilities at Brunswick are adjacent to and immediately north of the two existing berths and the Brunswick Port Authority s bulk handling
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The new construction will add to the present facility a 540 foot marginal wharf and a 32760 square foot transit shed extension Upon r completion this will give the Port of Brunswick a complex of three general cargo berths and one bulk handling berth w
At Savannahs Ocean Terminal the new construction includes two berths extending 1200 feet along the Savannah River a transit shed and two warehouses These new berths will be served by two 50 ton gantry cranes
On completion of this current project the Georgia Ports Authority will have 21 operational berths in Savannah
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Hi As construction work continues on the 32760 square foot transit shed extension at Brunswick cargo is stacked in the South end of the existing facility
In the photo below workmen prepare steel reinforcement for the last section of the 540 foot marginal wharf extension
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SAVANNAHS WORLD TRADE WEEK
Savannah was a whirlwind of activity during World Trade Week May 1925
This years theme of the local observance was Ship Georgia Products Through Georgia Ports Events included
May 20 a Georgia State Chamber of Commerce Industrial Development Committee Meeting at the Savannah Inn and Country Club
May 22 the Annual World Trade Luncheon sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce the Savannah Field Office of the U S Department of Com
merce and the Savannah Regional Export Expansion Council Speakers for the luncheon were Roderick M Gillies Executive Director of REEC U S Depart ment of Commerce and Wiley S Mesik Area Ad k ministrator Small Business Administration
Concluding the weeks activities was the annual Maritime Banquet on May 24th sponsored by the Propeller Club Port of Savannah
Senator Herman Talmadge was the principal speaker at the Banquet His remarks on world trade brought a standing ovation
Senator Talmadae lhe man who put Georgia in the port business while serving as Governor tours the State port facilities during Maritime Week Pictured SX Se Senator leto right are James l Newsome Jr GPA Director of Operations Senator Talmadge J D Holt Executive Director and Dr J C Metts Jr who accompanied the Senator on his lour
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You make We take
FASTEST TO THE FAR EAST Nobody beats our time to Taiwan and Korea Ship with us and well have your cargo in Korea in 26 days Taiwan in 33 days Hong Kong in 35 Ports of call We stop at Yokohama and Kobe Japan Pusan and Inchon Korea Keelung Hong Kong and Kaohsiung Frequency Sailings twice monthly on six modern express ships Ship with us and say Sayonara to slow shipments to the Far East Well say hsieh hsieh for your business
American Export
ISBRANDTSEN LINES
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HO HUMANOTHER RECORD YEAR
THE GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITYS DEEPWATER TONNAGE FOR FISCAL 1968 WAS 2104734 TONS THIS REPRESENTS A 175 PERCENT INCREASE OVER LAST YEAR
PORTS LEAD THE SOUTH ATLANTIC WITH FGREIGN COMMERCE CARGO WERE NUMBER ONE THE SOUTH ATLANTIC BECAUSE WE OFFER MOifc SERVE BEST AND TRY HARDER
MORE FORDS IN OUR FUTURE
The Garden City Terminal of the Georgia Ports Authority has long served as a crossroads for Ford agricultural machinery moving into world markets
In the past Ford Tractors from England and Belgium have arrived dockside for stateside delivery Other models built in Michigan are crated at the Savannah Boxing Plant along with numerous agricultural attachments from Ford plants all over the country for overseas shipment
The latest Ford movement through the GPA facility consisted of ninetynine combines from Germany

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The Southern Bell Telephone and V Telegraph Companys Yellow Pages sales representatives tour port facilities v The group in Savannah to promote the 1969 Yellow Page directory were in ef feet promoting the Port of Savannah with a brochure jammed packed with w statistics on the Savannah Trade Area featuring the impact of the Savannah r Harbor They were so convinced with their own brochure that they decided not to let just their fingers do the walking and toured first hand the mammoth v Savannah terminals of the Georgia Ports Authority
PORT
NEWS VIEWS
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Dinkier Plaza International
Carling Dinkier Jr president of the H Dinkier Plaza Hotel in Atlanta chats with W D Trippe chairman of the Georgia Ports Authority about the progress being made by the Dinkier Plazas International Department In rea sponse to President Johnsons plea for business and industry to encourage foreign trade with the United States the Dinkier Plaza inaugurated its International Program This program which has been in effect for over a year is designed to provide the utmost in service and convenience for foreign visitors Among the many services provided are m interpreters for numerous languages in eluding Dutch French German Italian y Russian and Spanish The Georgia Ports Authority with two foreign offices is an avid supporter of this proj gram
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA SAVANNAH GEORGIA
2 Adgers Wharf Ocean Terminal Building
Phone RA 22921 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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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 17 BATTERY PLACE NEW YORK N Y
Making Maiden Voyage
The newest vessel in South African Marine Ltds growing fleet of cargo vessels the S A Constantia recently arrived in Savannah on its maiden voyage The vessel built by Mitsui Shipbuilding Engineering Co in Japan has a bale capacity of 653040 cubic feet 1200 tons for deep lank cargo and 36000 cubic feel of reefer space According to Frank Demarco president of South African Marine Corp NY the company founded in 1946 now operates 25 owned cargo ships on routes from South Africa to Europe the United Stales and Asia In addition the company has 14 ships under charter The new vessel is the first of three new sisierships the company is placing in service
J D Holt Rep Tipsword Senator Mitchell J Emmet Moylan
ILLINOIS LEGISLATORS TOUR THE GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITYS SAVANNAH FACILITIES State Senator Delmer R Mitchell of Johnston City Illinois and Representative Rolland F Tipsword of Taylorville Illinois members of the Illinois Commission for Economic Development were in Savannah for two days in August for an intensive lour of the GPAs Savannah terminals and conferences with the Authoritys Executive Director J D Holt Director of Operations James I Newsome Jr and Comptroller J Emmett Moylan The purpose of the tour which included stops in Norfolk Mobile and New Orleans was to gain information for the long range planning of the Chicago Regional Port District
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LATE NEWS
Pittsburgh Plate Glass To Locale Distribution Facility at Columbus
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Industries Inc have announced plans to build a 15000 barrel caustic soda storage tank at the Georgia Ports Authoritys inland barge terminal at Columbus
The caustic soda will be barged into the Columbus facility for distribution to textile and paper manufacturing industries
Southeast Terminal Inc will handle the storage and terminaling operations for Pittsburgh Plate Glass Industries Inc
More details and photographs in a future issue

TE NEWS
Kline
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SAVANNAH TO
FAR EAST
Calling Yokohama Kobe Nagoya Osaka Keelung Hong Kong Bangkok
Loads Savannah State Docks
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL COMPANY
26 East Bay Street Savannah 2338131
K LING Hew York INC
GENERAL AGENTS
29 Broadway New York N Y 10006 Phone 212 3444800
Meet a workhorse
Thats what we call our K ships at HollandAmerica And you can depend on a workhorse to get the job done
The Ks are designed to handle all kinds of Gulf and South Atlantic cargo From packaged freight to refrigerated cargo to containers And with decks wide and unobstructed for odd shaped cargo
For frequent reliable workhorse service to and from Le Havre Antwerp Rotterdam Bremen and Hamburg contact
HollandAmerica Line
Agents Hohenstein Shipping Company Savannah and Atlanta
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CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
FOREIGN FREIG
606 Realty Building
Prompt Service P O Box 686
Savannah Georgia 31402 Reasonable Charges99
Phone 9122340686
most regular
and dependable service operating fortnightly between Antwerp Rotterdam Bremen Hamburg and ports of the U S Gulf and South Atlantic Coasts General agents Biehl and Company New Orleans Jacksonville agents Southeastern Maritime Company 1746 East Adams Street
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TOWING
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COMPANY
228 EAST BAY P O Box 136 SAVANNAH GEORGIA Phone 2328103
Night Phone 2328105
Cable Address ATCO
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Port
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CONSOLIDATED SAILING SCHEDULE
Compiled by Savannah Port Authority p o box 768 Savannah Ga 31402
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EAST AFRICA Mormaclake Mombasa Robin Tanga Zanzibar Dar es Salaam
Farrell Southeastern Maritime Oct 15

SOUTH AFRICA Beira Capetown Port Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques
African SunFarrellSoulheaiiern MaritimeSept 17
S A VanguardSouth African MarineSmith A KellySept IS
MarIchorCnnardBrocMebank HohensteinSept tt
MormaclakeRobinStrachanRapt 14
African MercuryFarrell Southeastern MaritimeOct 1
MormaccoveRobin Strachan Oct
A VesselSouth African Marine Smith A Kelly Oct IS
African CometFarrell Southeastern MaritimeOct IS
MaiharCunardBrocklebank HohensteinOct 17
Steamship UneAgency Bailing Pale
ChironRoyal NetherlaadsNorin StrachanSept M
Port of Spain TRINIDAD
UlyssesRoyal NotherlandsNygmi Strachan Sept IS
San Juan PUERTO RICO
TitanSouth AtlanticHohensteinSept SS
Santo Domingo DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Santa BarbaraGraceSmith A KellyBept It
CENTRAL AMERICA
Balboa PANAMA CITY
Santa BarbaraGraceSmith A KellyJept if
Cristobal CANAL ZONE COLON
Santa BarbaraGraceSmith A KeUy Sept if
Galvez GUATEMALA
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Puerto Cortes Frisia HONDURAS Tiea
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Puerto Limon Frisia COSTA RICA Tiea
Castella Tiea Stevens Oct C
Tamatave MADAGASCAR
MormaccoTeRobinStrachanOct
WEST AFRICA Douala Freetown Monrovia Takoradi Tema
Femwood RTBarber StrachanSept If
THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
UlyssesRoyal NelherlandsNyguiStrachanSept 10
COASTWISE
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bnlk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Angusta Geergin
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT
Alice TermTerm Serdhern Oct S
Curacao NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
UlyssesRoyal NetherlandsNygui StrachanSept M
Barcelona
0Fabre jj HohensteinSept IF
Grenada WEST INDIES
UlyssesRoyal NetherlandsNygui StrachanJept M
Kingston JAMAICA
Adonis Royal NelherlandsNorin StrachanJept 1C
ChironRoyal NeiherlandsNorin StrachanJept tt
Port au Prince HAITI
AdonisRoyal NeiherlandsNorin StrachanJept 1C
Beirut LEBANON
T aridaHellenic
Alice TermTerm
StevensSept 1C
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Genoa ITALY
Fiere Tose ari
Turkic
Enrico Dandolo
Sonia
Sidarma South pariera MaritimeSept 1C
Hellenic StevensJept IC
Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeSept M
Fabre HohensteinJept 17
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Lattakia STRIA
Alice TomTorrnSouthern Oct 5
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS
Alice TornTom SouthernOct S
Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS Oct 3 Tripoli LYBIA Turkia

StevensSept li
Leghorn ITALY
Piero FoacariSidarmaSoutheastern Maritime Sept 14
Tur IdaHellenic StevensSept 14
Enrico DandoloSidarmaSoutheastern Maritime Sept SO
SoniaFabreHohensteinSept 87
Leixoes PORTUGAL
Alice TorrnTorrn SouthernOet S
Lisbon PORTUGAL
Alice TorrnTorrn SouthernOcl S
Marseilles FRANCE
Fiero FosearSidarmaSoutheastern Maritime Sept 14
Enrico DandoloSidarmaSoutheastern MaritimeSept 0
SoniaFabreHohensteinSept 7
Naples ITALY
TurkiaHellenicStevensSept 14
Piraeus GREECE
TurkicHeUenie StevensSept 14
Salonika GREECE
TurkiaHellenicStevensSept 14
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE 1
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
Gaasterdyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Sop SS
Hilversum Independent Gulf Smith ft Kelly Sept S4
American Clipper United States Sbachan Sept S4
American Leadar United Stale Strachan Oct 3
Groiedyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Oct SO
Gorredyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Nov 4
Antwerp BELGIUM
Haetelburg OieanStinnes Southeastern M Sept SI
Gaasterdyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Sept SS
Hilversum Independent Gulf Smith A Kelly Sept 14
American Clipper United States Strachan Sept S4
Silvia OseanStinnes Southeastern M Oct 10
Teneriffa RTP WilhehnsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Oct 13
Grotedyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Oct SO
Gorredyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Nov 4
Bremen GERMANY
Hasselburg
Gaasterdyk RT
Hilversum
American Clipper
Puebla
American Leader
Silvia
Teneriffa RTP Grotedyk RT
Gorredyk RT
OseanStinnes
HollandAmerica Independent Gulf
United Stales
HollandAmerica
United States
OseanStinnes
W ilheknsenSwed HollandAmerica HollandAmerica
Southeastern MSept 11
HohensteinSept It
Smith A KellySept 14
StrachanSept 14
HohensteinSept 17
Strachan Oct 3
Southeastern MOct 10
AtlanticStrachanOct 13
HohensteinOct 10
HohensteinNov 4
Savona ITALY
Piero FoscariSidarmaSoutheastern Maritime Sept 14
Enrico DandoloSidarmaSoutheastern MaritimeSept 10
SoniaFahreHohensteinSept 17
BremenBremerhaven GERMANY
American ClipperUnited StatesStrachanSept 14
American LeaderUnited StatesStrachan Oct 3
Fast regular cargo service
From Savannah
EVERY TWO WEEKS to Aruba Curacao La Guaira Kingston Port au Prince Puerto Cabello Maracaibo Port of Spain Georgetown Paramaribo
Accepting Cargo on Transshipment Bills of Lading to other Caribbean destinations
Agents
Savannah Jacksonville Miami also Cincinnati Memphis Atlanta Chicago St Louis and
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CharlestonCAROLINA SHIPPING COMPANY
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Philadelphia Pittsburgh Cleveland LAVINO SHIPPING CO DetroitINTERNATIONAL GREAT LAKES SHIPPING CO
Hogal letfaerands Steamship Company
25 Broadway New York N Y 10004
SHIPPING COMPANY
408 American Building Savannah Georgia
Custom House Brokers Foreign Freight Brokers and Forwarders
CABLE ANSHIPCO TWX 9123541001 TELEX 546428
P O BOX 794 Phone 2360259
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Hamburg GERMANY
HasselburgOsaanStinaai Southeastern MSept tl
Gaaeterdyk RTHollandAmericaHohensteinSept If
HilveriomIndependent GulfSmith A KellySept M
PueblaHollandAmerica HohensteinSept S7
American Leader United StatesStrachanOct S
f Silvie OsoanSimnes Soulhoatioru Me Oct 11
Teneriffa RTP Grotedyk RT WilhelauenSwed HollandAmerica Atlantic Strachan Hohonsioiii Od IS Od It
Gorredyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Nor 4
Le Havre FRANCE
HollandAmerica Hohonsloin Sept M
Teneriffa RTP WilhehusenSwed Atlantic Strachan Oct IS
Grotedyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Oct M
Gorredyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Nor 4
Rotterdam HOLLAND
Hasselburg OseanStinnea Son ih o stoni M Sept at
Gaasterdyk RRT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Sept 11
Hilrersum Independent Gulf Smith A Kelly Sept 14
American Clipper United Stales Strachan Kept 14
American Leader United States Straffhai Od I
Silria OseanStinnes Southeastern M Od Il
Teneriffa RTHPWilhelauenSwed AtlanticStrachanOct IS
Grote dyk BTHollandAmericaHohensteinOct M
Gorredyk RT HollandAmericaHohensteinMot 4
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Dale
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
African Lightning Farrell Southeastern Maritim Sept 14
Port St Lawrence RT Port Strachan Sept 17
Hauraki Smith A Kelly Sept 99
Montreal Star Southern nid ia
New York Star Blue Star Southern Od 11
Cap Vilaae Columbus Souther Od 11
African Star Farrell Southeastern Maritime Nor 1
Bugo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil RisaiMCPSoutheastern MaritimeSept 14
Phil CorregidorMCPSoutheastern Oct 19
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
PhH RisaiMCPSoutheastern MaritimeSept 14
PhilippinesUnited PhilippineSouthernSept 14
Phil Pres Garcia United PhilippineSouthern Sept SO
Phil CorregidorMCPSoutheastern Maritimect 19
Phil Pros OsaronoUnited PhilippineSouthernOct IS
Darvo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil RisalMCPSoutheastem MaritimeSept 14
PhilippinesUnited PhilippineSouthernSept 14
Phil Prs GarciaUnited PhilippineSouthernSept M
Phil CorregidorMCPSeutheastem Maritime Oct 9
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Adelaide AUSTRALIA
African Lightning Farrell Southeastern Maritime Sept 14
Port St Lawrence RT Port Strachan Sept 17
Hauraki Am b Australien Smith a Kellv Sept 17
Montreal Star Blue Star Southern Oct 10
Now York Slur Blue Star Southern Oct 11
Cp VUmub Columbus Southern Od SI
African Star Farrell Southeastern Maritime Nor 1
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
K Pert Lyttelton RTPortStrachanSept 17
Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
Port Lyttelton RTPortStrachanSept 17
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
African LightningFarrellSoutheastern MaritimeSept 14
Hong Kong HONG KONG
PhilippinoaUnited PhilippinoSouthernSept 14
Texas Maru K LineStaraneSept 14
Ande Maru RTMitsui O S KStrachanSept 19
Phil Pros GareiaUnited PhilippinoSouthernSop SS
Phil CorregidorMCP Southeastem MaritimoOct 9
Montana Maru K Uno StereoOct 11
Export AmbassadorRTP Am Export IsbrandtsonStrachanOct 11
Phil Pros OsmenaUnited PhilippinoSouthernOct IS
Florida Maru K LineStaraneOct M
Buenos Aires RHTMitrai O S KStrachanOd 14
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Or maybe youd like his fullname the Pelicontainer bird a rar and fine specimen of our newest ports service Thats right now Georgia ports are geared to handle containerized freight to and from foreign countries For the full story on Georgia shipping write J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 Savannah Ga
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Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Rizal MCP Southeastern Maritime Sept 84
PhilippinesUnited Philippine SouthernSept 14
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine SouthernSept SO
Phil CorregidorMCP Southeastern MaritimeOct 9
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern Oct SS
Inchon KOREA
Export AmbassadorRTP Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachanOct 11
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Andes Mani RTMitsui O S K StrachanSept 8
Hai Hsin China Merchants SouthernOct 4
Export AmbassadorRTP Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachanOct 11
Hai Dah China Merchants SouthernOct 84
Buenos Aires RTMitsui O S K StrachanOct 84
Keelung JAPAN
Hai HsinChina MerchantsSouthernOct 4
Export AmbassadorRTP Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachanOct 11
Hai DahChina Merchants SouthernOct 84
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Moj JAPAN Texas Maru K Line 1 Stevens Sept 84
Montana Maru K Lina Stevens Oct 11
Rorida Maru K Line Stevens Oct 85
Nagoya JAPAN Texas Maru M Stevens
South Breese Smith 11 Kelly Sept 85
Settsu Mani RT i N Y K Strachan
Sumida Maru RT N Y K Strachan Oct 7
Yoshinosan Maru RT Montana Maru Mitsui O S K K Line Strachan Stevens Oct 10 Oct 11 Oct 85
Rorida Maru K Line Stevens

Naha OKINAWA
Texas Maru K Line Stevens Sept 84
Montana Maru K Line Steveni Oct 11
Rorida Maru K Line Stevens Oct 85

Napier NEW ZEALAND
Port Lyttelton RT Port Strachan Sept 87
Kobe JAPAN
PhilippinesUnited Philippine
Texas MaruK Line
South BreezeYamashitaShinnihonSmith
Settsu Maru RTN Y K
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine
Hai HsinChina Merchants
Sumida Maru RT N Y K
Yoshinosan Maru RTMitsui O S K
Montana Maru K Line
Export AmbassadorRTP Am Export Isbrandtsen
Hai Dab China Merchants
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine
Rorida MaruK Line
SouthernSept 84
StevensSept 84
It KellySept 85
StrachanSept 84
SouthernSept 30
SouthernOct 4
StrachanOct 7
StrachanOct 10
Stevens Oct 11
StrachanOct 11
SouthernOct 84
SouthernOct 85
StevensOct 85
New Plymouth NEW ZEALAND h
Port Lyttelton RTPort StrachanSept 87
Osaka JAPAN
Texas Maru
South Breese
Settsu Maru RT
Sumida Maru
Yoshinosan Maru RT
Montana Maru
Rorida Maru
K LineE StevensSept 84
YamashitaShinnihonSmith A KellySept 85
N Y K StrachanSept 84
N Y K StrachanOct 7
Mitsui O S K StrachanOct 10
K Line StevensOct 11
K LineStevensOct 85
Lyttelton NEW ZEALAND
Pori Lyttelton RTPort StrachanSept 87
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil RisaMCP Southeastern MaritimeSept 84
PhilippinesUnited Philippine SouthernSept 84
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine SouthernSept 30
Phil CorregidorMCPSoutheastern MaritimeOct t
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine SouthernOct 85
Pusan KOREA Texas Maru K Lina Stevens Sept 84
Andes Maru RT Montana Maru 1 Mitsui O S K K Line Strachan Stevens Sept 8 Oct 11
Export AmbassadorRTP Am Export Isbrandtsen Rorida Maru 11 K Lina Strachan Stevens Oct 11 Oct 85
Buenos Aires RT Miteni O S K Strachan Oct fi

Shimizu JAPAN Texas Maru K Line Stevens Sept 84
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
Airican LightningFarrell Southeastern MaritimeSept 14
Port St Lawrence RT Port lag StrachanSept 17
HaurakiAm A AustralianSmith A KellySept 87
Montreal StarBlue Star SouthernOct 10
New York StarBlue Star SouthernOct 81
Cap Vilano Columbus SouthernOct 31
Airican StarFarrell Southeastern MaritimeNov 1
Sydney AUSTRALIA
African LightningFarrellSoutheastern MaritimeSept 14
Port St Lawrence RT PortStrachanSept 17
HaurakiAm A AustralianSmith A KeUySept 87
Montreal StarBlue Star SouthernOct 10
New York StarBlue StarSouthernOct 81
Cap Vilano Columbus SouthernOct 31
African StarFarrell Southeastern MaritimeNov 1
and its getting smaller every day Business or travel contacts in foreign lands are important to more and more people Thats why we keep expanding our International Department to serve more people and serve them better
If your business or travel plans need overseas assistance including foreign remittances commercial letters of credit foreign collections foreign trade inquiries consultations letters of introduction travelers letters of credit and travelers checks talk first with our International Department specialists They can help you feel right at home wherever you go
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M Wellington NEW ZEALAND
Port Lyttelton RT i Port Strachan Sept 17

1 Yokohama JAPAN
Texas Mam K Line Spt t4
Philippines United Philippin Southern Sept 24
South Breese YamuhiteShmnihQn Smith ft Kelly Sept tS
Settsu Mara RT N Y K Sharhan Sept t
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern Sept St
Hai Hsin Oct 4
Sumida Mara RHT N Y K Strachan Oct 7
Yoshinosan Mara RT Mitsui O S K Strachan Oct It
mi Montana Mara K Lin fttTtni Oct 11
i Export AmbassadorRTP Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Oct 11
Hai Dah China Merchants Southern Oct 14
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern Oct tS
Florida Mara K Line Il Steven Oct tS
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Damman SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic Sunbeam Hellenic Sterens Sept tl
Khorramshahr IRAN
Hellenic Sunbeam Hellenic Sterens Sept tt
Kuwait KUWAIT
1 Hellenic Sunbeam Hellenic Sterens Sept tt
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Port Sudan SUDAN
V Hellenic Spirit HellenicSterensSept tl
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Aqaba SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic Spirit Hellenic Steven Sept tl

Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Hellenic Soirii Hellenic Sfava lent SI

Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic Spirit Sept tl

Karachi INDIA
Hellenic SpiritHellenicSteTensSept SI
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Copenhagen DENMARK
Teneriifa RT7WilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanOct IS
Gdynia POLAND
Teneriifa RTKPWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanOct IS
Gothenburg SWEDEN
Teneriifa RHTPWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanOct 13
Helsinki FINLAND
Teneriifa RHTFWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanOct IS
Malmo SWEDEN
Teneriifa RTPWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanOct IS
Norrkoping SWEDEN
Teneriifa RTHWilhelmkenSwed AtlanticStrachanOct IS
Oslo NORWAY
Teneriifa RTPWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanOct IS
Stockholm SWEDEN
Teneriifa RTPWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanOct IS
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
Rio AgnateyArgentineStrachanSept M
Buenos AiresIvaranSouthernSept St
MonaacisleMooreMcCormackStrachanSept SS
Orer RHTArgentineStrachanSept t
Montevideo URUGUAY
Buenos Aires Imran South arn Sept ee
Monaacisle MooreMcCormack Strachan Sept n
Salrador I varan Southern Sept M

Paranagua BRAZIL
Mormacialo Strachan tent ee

Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
Rio Agualey Argentine Strachan Sapt SO
Buenos Aires Iraran South m
Monaacisle MooreMcCormack 1 Strachan Sept tS
Orer RHTArgentineStrachanSept t
SalvadorIraranSouthernSept
A 4 SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO STEAMSHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31403 AGENTS FOR
310 East Bav Street P 0 Box 2747 9122348265 Alcoa Steamship Co
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 Brodin Lines
1746 East Adams Street P 0 Box 1504 90435382G1 Farrell Lines
Insco Lines
SERVING Maritime Co of the Philippines
Canaveral Florida Port Royal South Carolina Motorships Inc
Fernandina Florida Charleston South Carolina OzeanStinnes Line
Jacksonville Florida Georgetown South Carolina Saguenay Shipping Ltd
Brunswick Georgia Wilmington North Carolina Sidarma Line
Savannah Georgia Morehead City North Carolina Wallenius Line
West Coast Lines
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San Nicolas ARGENTINA
Rio AgualeyArgentine StrachanSept SO
Orer RTArgentine StrachanSept 90
Santos BRAZIL
Buenos Aires1Taran SouthernSept IS
MormacisleMooreMcCormack StrachanSept S3
SalvadorIvaranSouthernSept 2
ShipSteamship lineAgency Sailing Pale
Chanaral CHILE
Santa BarbaraGraceSadth A KellySept 19
Guayaquil ECUADOR
Santa Barbara GraceSmith ft KellySept 19
Matarani PERU
Santa BarbaraGraceSmith ft KeUySept 19
SOUTH AMERICANORTH COAST
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
UlyssesRoyal NetherlandsNyguiStrachanSept SO
Tocopillo CHILE
Santa BarbaraGraceSmith ft KellySept 19
Valparaiso CHILE
Santa Barbara GraceSmith ft KellySept 19
La Guaira VENEZUELA
Ciudad de CuaumaVenesuelanSmith ft KeUySept t3
UlyssesRoyal NetherlandsNygui StrachanSept SO
SOUTH ASIA
Marcaibo VENEZUELA
AdonisRoyal NeiherlandsNorin StrachanSept 10
ChironRoyal NeiherlandsNorin Strachan Sept SO
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Ciudad de CumanaVenesuelanSmith ft KeUy Sept S3
MatanzasPuerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
AdonisRoyal NetherlandsNorin StrachanSept 10
ChironRoyal NetherlandsNorin Strachan Sept SO
Paramaribo SURINAM
UlyssesRoyal NetherlandsNygui StrachanSept SO
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
AdonisRoyal NetherlandsNorin StrachanSept 10
ChironRoyal NetherlandsNorin StrachanSept 90
Ciudad de CumanaVenesuelanSmith ft KeUyKept S3
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Antofagasta CHILE
Santa BarbaraGraceSmith ft KeUySept 19
Bombay INDIA
Steel Fabricator Isthmian
Jalakania Sein dia
Jaladhanya Sc in dia
Vithva SeraS C I
Vishra SidhiS C 1
StrachanSept 20
Smith ft KeUySept 91
Smith ft KeUySept 91
Smith ft KeUySept S9
Smith ft KeUyOct 0
Calcutta INDIA
Steel Fabricator
Jalakania
Jaladhanya
Hellenic Spirit
Markhor
Vishra Sera
Vishra Sidhi
Maihar
Isthmian
Sc in dia
Scindia
Hellenic
CunardBrocklebank
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S C I
CunardBrocklebank
Strachan
Smith ft KeUy Smith ft KeUy
Sterens
Hohenstein
Smith ft KeUy Smith ft KeUy Hohenstein
Sept 80 Sept 91 Sept 81 Sept 81 Sept 89 Sept 98 Oct 0 Oct 17
Chaina PAKISTAN Markhor CunardBrocklebank Hohemtain Sept 99
CunardBrocklbank Hahanafatn Ori 19

Colombo CEYLON
Markhor CunardBrocklebank Hohanftain Sept 99
Maihar CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein Oct 17

Karachi PAKISTAN
Steel Fabricator Iiihmian Strachan Bant BA

Buenaventura COLOMBIA
Santa BarbaraGraceSmith ft KeUySept 19
Callao PERU
Santa BarbaraGraceSmith ft KeUySept 19
Hinrich OldendorifC P VHansen ft TidemannSept 90
Madras INDIA
StrachanSept 90
Sarith ft KeUySept 91
Smith ft KeUySept 91
HohensteinSept 88
Smith ft KeUySept 99
Sarith ft KeUyOct 0
HohensteinOct 17
Steel Fabricatorlitkai
JaladhanyaScindia
JalakaniaScindia
MarkhorCunardBrocklebank
Vishra SeraS C I
Vishra SidhiS C 1
MaiharCunardBrocklebank
SERVING SINCE 1870
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING P O Box 2808 Phone 2323151
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SHIPPING COMPANIES
HANSEN TIDEMANN INC
206 East Bay Street2334104
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
J R SHIPPING CO INC
9 East Bay Street2322129
KAUFMANN SHIPPING COMPANY
405 Industrial Building2347367
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Termi nals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
408 American Building2360259
W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC
Realty Building 2368645
CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
J K EBBERWEIN
Suite 208209 Realty Building2326184
JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
E L MOBLEY
606 Realty Building2340686
D J POWERS
American Building 2347241
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminal Building2325335
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
GEORGE W WISE JR
404 Realty Building2330171
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKERS
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
408 American Building2360259
W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta 8736939 CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
E L MOBLEY
606 Realty Building2340686
D J POWERS
Americn Building 2347241
J W TARVER
Arcade Building 2348829
DONALD R WINTER
721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta8725309
STEVEDORES
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
U S ARMY OUTPORT SAVANNAH OUTPORT MTMTS State Docks Garden City2367179
BARGE SERVICE INTRACOASTAL
COYLE LINES INCNew Orleans La
C G WILLIS INCPaulsboro N J
BARGE SERVICE INLAND
MERRY BROTHERSAugusta Ga
MOTOR FREIGHT LINES
ABC EXPRESS CO2345183
AKERS MOTOR LINES INC2348846
Brunswick2656948
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION
CO INC2343435
BROWN TRANSPORT CORP2334718
CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP 2330919
CAUDELL TRANSFER CO2323334
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES INC2368217
CHATHAM TRANSFER CO2337084
COASTAL TRANSPORT
TRADING CO2345183
COOPER MOTOR LINES INC2321466
DURRENCE TRANSFER CO 2322105
EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION CO2345309
FEDDERWITZ TRUCKING CO2345183
FIVE TRANSPORTATION CO2320147
Brunswick2653240
GAY TRUCKING CO9644341
GEORGIA HWY EXPRESS INC2334543
Brunswick2643933
GIVENS MOTOR EXPRESS INC2336073
HARPER MOTOR LINES INC2328124
Brunswick2658622
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES2342681
HERRIN TRANSPORTATION CO2341349
HOWARD HALL CO INC2336584
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES2340779
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT 2335745
McLEAN TRUCKING CO2333063
MOTOR CONVOY 2368536
NEW DIXIE LINES INC2364229
NILSON MOTOR EXPRESS2368215
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION 2339613
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS2348823
PLOOF TRANSFR CO INC2345065
Brunswick2652030
R C MOTOR LINES INC2368291
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC2342568
ROGERS TRUCK LINE 2334543
SOUTHERN FREIGHT LINES2327285
TAMIAMI FREIGHTWAYS INC2365734
Brunswick2652233
THURSTON MOTOR LINES INC2366112
RAIL TRANSPORT
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY CO
Sales Freight Traffic 2326159
SAVANNAH ATLANTA RAILWAY CO
Sales Department 2323113
SAVANNAH STATE DOCKS RAILROAD
Garden City Terminal2361561
SEABOARD COAST LINE RAILROAD CO
Brunswick Freight Office2652966
Regional Sales Manager2332431
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO
Traffic Manager2341388
Brunswick Freight Office2655310
EXPORT PACKING DRUMMING
SAVANNAH EXPORT BOXING INC
Savannah State Docks2333065
SOUTHLAND OIL CORP
State DocksGarden City 2362447
BANKS WITH INTERNATIONAL OFFICES
CITIZENS SOUTHERN
NATIONAL BANK Box 429 2345101
LIBERTY NATIONAL
BANK TRUSTBox 4902334111
SAVANNAH BANK
TRUST COBox 489 2343441
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE U S Customhouse1 East Bay Street DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF CUSTOMS
Mrs Marion Fairdoth Baker2324321
Ext 256
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Inspection Control
Charles P Simon2324321 Ext 264
CUSTOM PORT DIRECTOR Brunswick
Marcus D Knight Federal Building 2651955 MARINE SECTION
Quinton E Brown Supervisory
Marine Officer 2324321 Ext 255
INSPECTIONAL SECTION William E Thompson Supervisory
Customs Inspector2324321 Ext 205
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Classification Value
Frank E Heidt Jr2324321 Ext 265
ENTRY MINISTERIAL SECTION William D Wood Jr2324321 Ext 345
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS AGENCY SERVICE Room 206 Customhouse AGENT IN CHARGE
William F Hughes2324321 Ext 342
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS LABORATORY Room 211 Customhouse CHIEF CHEMIST
Homer L Strickland2324321 Ext 344
U S DEPT OF COMMERCE Savannah Field Office Room 235 Post Office Bldg DIRECTOR
James W Mclntire2324321 Ext 204
UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
INSPECTOR IN CHARGE
Robert L Poole2324321 Ext 368
24hour answering service2323246
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Room 208 Customhouse INSPECTOR IN CHARGE J Henry Pruitt2324321
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE Area Extension Horticulture Room 8B Customhouse
OFFICER IN CHARGE
Henry Clay 2335927
AUXILIARY SERVICES
INTERNATIONAL SEAMANS BETHAL Director
Charles Nelson 25 Houston2342438
CONSULS
BRAZIL
Jack M Sayler East River St2342266
DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen 15 West Liberty 2322141 FINLAND
A G Van Schaick 202 West Bay 2346646
FRANCE
Edwin J Middleton
Wilmington Island 8971969
GERMANY
F A O Bahre 20 East 48th2332011
ITALY
Joseph M Cafiero1127 East 50th 3550586 NETHERLANDS
A G Van Schaick 202 West Bay 2346646 NORWAY
J P Imlay 314 Columbus Drive 3552393 SWEDEN
L Roy Riddick 727 East 52nd3557490
VENEZUELA
Sr Jorge Manrique 140 Bull2341005
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GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
W D Trippe Cedartown Chairman
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Vice Chairman
Robert C Norman Augusta
Thomas M Johnson Sr Savannah
A M Harris Sr Brunswick
J Willis Conger Bainbridge
R E Hamilton Dalton
Sam J Gardner Jr Moultrie SecretaryTreasurer Stanley M Karsman Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF J D Holt Savannah Executive Director James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller Claude H Newman Atlanta Director of Traffic and Commerce Walter Hauser New York Eastern Regional Manager Fred Whelan Chicago Western Regional Manager Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director Makio Yamada Tokyo Japan Far Eastern Director Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
Official publication Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 2406 Savannah Georgia 31402 Telephone 9122361561 Advertising rates furnished on request
Georgia AnchorAge is published bimonthly and distributed third class mail to over 8000 readers All copy and pictures maySe used by others however it would be appreciated if a credit line is given to The Georgia Ports Authority
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Completeness within a port needs forever to be the goal of those charged with the responsibility of fulfilling the desires of the multitude of importers and exporters actively engaged in world trade and commerce
In keeping with this obligation the Georgia Ports Authority over the years has built docks transit sheds and warehouses in order to keep pace with generously expanded general cargo offerings
Completeness needless to say encompasses more than this Therefore in past years a cold storage warehouse has been added together with facilities for the storage drumming and distribution of a wide spectrum of bulk liquids
Additionally six gantry cranes are constantly in use in the handling of containers and heavy lifts to list but a few examples
Experience illustrates however that not all cargo can bef shipped in containers cartons bags barrels or in liquid form As packaging costs escalate more and more shippers are turning to bulk shipments not only to retain their present markets but to gain a larger share of the worlds requirements
So it is that in moving further toward the goal of providing a complete service the Georgia Ports Authority now announces the construction of a 93 million dollar dry bulk handling facility highly specialized in design for the handling of clay fertilizer materials ores and feed grains
Georgia is becoming increasingly more aware of the rich rewards of international commerce and the facilities are being provided as the needs arise
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A two berth 93 million bulk handling facility is to be built by the Georgia Ports Authoritys Whitehall Plantation property adjoining the Garden City terminal
This project is an ambitious venture into bulk handling of multiple products The new facility will provide shippers unrestricted terminal performance The following material movements will be performed most of them simultaneously from ship to barge barge to ship railroad or truck from railroad and truck to storage or ship and from storage to ship railroad or truck
The major advance in the new bulk terminal will be that various products can be received and stored for later reclaiming and shipment In order to provide for receiving small shipments by rail andor truck for later large bulk shipment by water a covered storage area will be provided Large shipments received by water can also be readily stored and reclaimed as needed for delivery by rail or truck The covered storage will provide compartmented areas for
some 30 grades of kaolin potash ammonium nitrate U
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ammonium sulphate phosphate rock borate bauxite 4 manganese ore alumina ilmenite titanium slag zircomium ore lithium ore etc The scope of the material handling problem is indicated by the size of the initial storage building which has a planned length in excess of 2500 feet The system includes provisions for mul tiple buildings of this size
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A movable curtain wall is provided to seal the kaolin area from other areas Washdown equipment is pro J vided for cleaning and dust control equipment is toV be installed along the conveyor systems The retrieval of stored material is accomplished by automated re
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The loading of ships and barges will be accomplished with a slewingbridge shiploader This novel type of loader provides for maximum ship coverage by using an elevating boom conveyor combined with a shuttling truss The entire assembly is then carried by a slewing bridge The shiploader has threedimensional flexibility in a polar coordinate system while still maintaining a fixed feed point This loader therefore affords economy in marine construction conveyor feed supporting structures and dust control yet provides exceptional ship coverage
The entire engineering and construction supervision of the bulk terminal is being performed by Soros Associates of New York New York and Robert and Company Associates of Atlanta Georgia who have combined their talents to provide Savannah and the people of Georgia with this valuable addition to its existing general cargo operations
Final engineering on the project should be complete in the early summer of 1969 with construction starting in late August or early September Construction time estimate is 15 to 18 months
claimers which do not operate on the storage pile or floor nor is any auxiliary dozing equipment required The operation will result in no machine con tamination of products and offer maximum safety to personnel
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Since the terminal will be operated by The Georgia Ports Authority it will not impose any control of the shippers mode of transportation Therefore rail load ing and unloading facilities have been provided for J unloading hopper or box cars and loading covered or open hopper cars box cars or gondolas The loading J and unloading stations are arranged to also handle trucks Indicative of the flexibility and performance of the arrangement is the fact that multiple products can be loaded or unloaded simultaneously and without I regard to the type of carrier involved
I j Ships and barges will be unloaded by a traveling
Y bucket unloader All types of ships can be handled from small general cargo type to large bulk carriers
in the two berth facility
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Bob Tolar purchasing agent and traffic manager of Cox Newsprint Inc is flanked on the left by S C Loveland III vice president S C Loveland Co Inc and P F Robinson Jr discussing the first 1000 ton shipment of newsprint from Augusta to the Miami Herald
On December 10 1968 Cox Newsprint Inc of Augusta Georgia began shipments of newsprint to the Miami Herald via the Savannah River and the Intra Coastal waterway
The first shipment of 1000 tons was loaded on a barge operated by S C Loveland Co Inc Cox Newsprint Inc is optimistic that this will be the first of many regularly scheduled barge shipments from their Augusta mill to not only the Miami Herald but other customers along the eastern coast
A few years ago the Miami Herald built a warehouse on Biscayne Bay in Miami anticipating a future movement of newsprint via the Intra Coastal waterway The location of Cox Newsprints new plant in Augusta provided a fruitful fulfillment of the Miami Heralds longrange planning
Bob Tolar purchasing agent and traffic manager for Cox Newsprint Inc commented that his company has been vitally interested in the development of the Savannah River
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Cox Newsprint is loaded from the ultramodern storage facility of the Richmond Bonded Warehouse en route to the GPAs Augusta barge terminal
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but his primary concern in this movement was customer service as their mill was riveroriented and the only plant practical to deliver via the river at this point
Tolar went on to say that he was particuX larly pleased with the new service since it L gave his operation another mode of transportation out of the mill
This new activity has also focused the spotlight on another member of the Augusta Port family the Richmond Bonded Warehouse Corp This ultramodern storage facility is owned and operated by Messrs P F Robinson Sr and Jr and contains 90000 square feet of spotless storage less than one block t from the GPAs barge docks
The Richmond Bonded Warehouse Corp is acting as agent for Cox on the Miami movements and is in complete charge of transporting the newsprint from the plant to storage to dock to barge
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How do you ship seven hundred and twentysix 55 gallon drums of heavy water each valued at 12250very carefully and specify Georgia Ports
The 363000 pounds of heavy water valued at nearly 9000000 was sold to Sweden and represented the largest single shipment ever made from the AEC Savannah River Plant
The heavy water will be used at the Marviken power plant 100 miles south of Stockholm The Marviken facility when in operation will produce 240 megawatts of power
Nathaniel Stetson manager of the Atomic Energy Commissions Savannah River Operations Office disclosed that sales to foreign countries since 1955 have amounted to 63000000 The facility was built primarily to supply heavy water for cooling and moderating Savannah River Plant reactors
Consummating the sale to Sweden Roland G M Hedlund head of laboratory operations at Studsvik recently visited the Savannah River Plant to make an inspection and analysis
Canada has been the biggest customer for Savannah River Plants heavy water having received 1314000 pounds through purchase and lease over the period of 13 years Next in order are France 470000 pounds West Germany 361000 pounds and United Kingdom 232000 pounds
Other foreign users have been Euratom European Atomic Community 152000 pounds Switzerland 117000 pounds Sweden 114000 pounds Japan 107000 pounds and Australia 32000 pounds
The heavy water was loaded aboard the MS TUNGSHA at the GPAs Garden City terminal Strachan Shipping Company are agents for the TUNGSHA
The editor wishes to express appreciation to Jack Frost editor of Finance magazine for permission to reprint this article which appeared in the July issue of Finance
Globaloneys Out Global Loanings In So Georgia Bank Brings Home the Bacon
By JIM MONTGOMERY
EVEN YEARS AGO international banking was little more than a stepchild at the Citizens Southern National Bank of Georgiaa parttime activity for a lowly assistant vice president
Today the banks export and import financing activities occupy the fulltime attention of 38 employes including a vice president and four other officers That is still small relative to the banks staff of 2839 But for the last year or so the operation has been on the plus side of the breakeven pointand its ambitious
Youve got to have a goal observes Douglas A Smith vice president of the international banking department and our goal is to contribute 5 per cent of the banks earnings within the next five years
DOUGLAS A SMITH
Last year a contribution of that magnitude would have come to more than 480000 based on reported net operating earnings of nearly 97million exclusive of subsidiaries Five years hence if growth persists at the rate of the last five years a 5 per cent share of net operating earnings will top 850000
Although thats a good 200000 more than his department grossed last year it doesnt seem to surprise the 40yearold Smith
A Glowing Growth Picture
Were just beginning to reach our potential he says We should continue to grow at a rate of 40 per cent per year For one thing he reasons weve barely scratched the surface of the flow in trade He feels both rebuked and challenged by the fact that while about 10 per cent of the U S foreign trade originates in the Southeast the great bulk of this 2billion of business per year is still financed by banks in other regions
His conviction that the CS can capture a much larger share is supported by both growth to date and one of bankings most aggressive promotional programs
Since 1965 CSs annual volume of international business activity has expanded from 95million to 311million in letterofcredit payments from 107million to 204million in acceptances executed from 165million to 193million in loans to exporters and importers from 126million to 226million in foreign collections from 53million to 187million in foreign exchange and from 427000 to 18million in export receivables purchased factored
In the last two years the international banking departments gross income about 40 per cent of it fees the rest interest has more than doubled to 641173 while its net direct income jumped from 117608 in 1965 to 274168 in 1967 The latter figure is not net profit It excludes the cost of the money his department uses as well as the cost
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of services furnished by other departments Those figures remain confidential
To the annoyance of outflanked competitors relentless promotion with a flair of showmanship is the rule at the bank It shows up in every activity that the banks irrepressibly lively president Mills B Lane Jr figures CS ought to be involved in
The scope of those activities has broadened immensely since Lane determined in 1961 that bank profits derived from traditional sources were in for a long uncomfortable squeeze He decided that within 10 years his bank would increase the share of its total income from sources other than customary loans and investments from less than 20 per cent to over 50 per cent
MILLS B LANE JR
International banking was one vehicle he chose to help reach this objective and he soon was whizzing past more established if less venturesome rivals
One effective tool in this campaign is a fourpage monthly newsletter the bank sends to exporters importers manufacturers transportation companies and financial institutions to encourage and help Southeastern firms increase their participation in international trade A recent typical issue contained a threepage review of a staff officers research report on African markets plus a regular feature itemizing opportunities of special interest to Southeastern businessmen in exports imports licensing and joint ventures
Representative of the banks ingenuity is the manner in which it has merchandised factoring of exports to overcome the resistance of many wellfixed corporate customers who regarded factoring as a lastresort method of financing that is used only by businesses that are unable to maintain a comfortable cash balance
CS does not in so many words factor export receivables Instead it offers the Protected Export Plan under which our customers sell abroad and we purchase their foreign accounts without recourse relieving the customer of all associated risk
Smith believes this plan which goes by the acronym PEP is unique in that unlike the First of Boston and the few other American banks that factor exports it doesnt rely on an international chain of factoring houses CS peddles its PEP as lowcost protection against political and credit risks all over the world Cost of the service per 100 of gross invoice value ranges from 1 to 250 depending on 1 the terms of payment of each sale and 2 the banks ratingas listed on a scheduleof the buyers country The response to the banks revised approach to export factoring is suggested by the quadrupling of annual volume in just two years
Promotional activities also extend to cultivation of the interest of correspondent banks throughout the Southeast participation in foreign trade missions sponsored by the State of Georgia and cooperation with the U S Commerce Department in export promotionthe best way to solve our balanceofpayments problems according to Smith
A FirstHand Relationship
The five officers in the banks international department travel abroad frequently because he says we must maintain firsthand knowledge of the countries with which our customers deal and also need renewed personal contact for working relationships with foreign banks Nearly 80 foreign banks carry accounts with the CS and are among the 150 principal foreign correspondent banks in 120 countries that one of Smiths officers tries to visit at least once every two years He also noted that several hundred foreign banks annually direct transactions to us on behalf of their customers
The cementing of these relationships between foreign and regional U S banks has important implications for New York In developing international business Smith noted regional banks have had one major problem and were overcoming this one fastthe traditional reliance of foreign bankers on the New York banks
Similarly he said in trying to win the accounts of U S exporters and importers one of the greatest problems is the traditional reliance on New York as the source of all knowledge on international banking The regional bank he said combats this tendency not only by developing the knowhow but also by providing faster and more personal service to the regional businessman and by knowing his credit and other requirements better
Smith says competition for international business involves only about 135 of the nations 14000 commercial banks but that these 135 include the 30 or so largest banks as well as just about all large banks in major cities He said the CS is one of three in Atlanta and 11 or 12 in the Southeast with international departments
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Jute for the mills of Georgia arrives at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Garden City terminals Citizens Southern finances between 10million and 12million worth of Indian ute imported for Americas tufted carpet industry
Most of his exporter customers are the larger regionally headquartered manufacturing firms particularly makers of consumer durables textile machinery and agricultural machinery The region also is a big exporter of agricultural commoditiescotton tobacco poultry peanuts and wood products plus some minerals such as kaolin and phosphates
But it is on the import side of the picture that CS has received a bonanza thanks to the combination of circumstances that concentrated roughly 80 per cent of the nations tufted carpet industry in North Georgia Smith said the CS finances 10million to 12million per year of jute carpet backing imported from India about 20 per cent of all that enters the U S
Getting Closer to the Customer
The banks initial expansion of export financing was largely in response to new requirements for specialized services by a growing number of established domestic business accounts But Smith soon found that we could not be really helpful without establishing a completely integrated department simply because we could not rely on other banks in this field and that providing this international banking service draws us closer in many ways to our most important customers
Moreover he reported CS now has the major domestic banking business of some corporations solely because the bank had the prerequisite ability to handle their export business
He rejects any suggestion that his departmentwith loans acceptances and letters of credit now totaling somewhere around 25million outstandingmight be a drain on other resources of the bank On the contrary he asserts the rate of return in the international department is generally higher than in the bank as a whole also we generate new sources of deposits easily sufficient to support all of our activity
He believes that one of the most important of these activities is the offering of direct financing facilities to foreign banks especially in Latin America with these lines of credit the foreign banks can not only finance their customers purchases in the U S but also bankroll say commodity exporters who need cash to marshal shipments of goods often a critical stage in the struggle for selfsufficiency in developing countries
CS probably could accelerate the annual growth rate of its international banking department according to Smith but he adds I dont think any faster rate of growth would be desirable
It is a rather moot issue anyway as long as U S banks especially the regional banks new on the international scene are restricted by Government policy on expansion of direct loans abroad This situation according to Smith acts as a deterrent to income from loans that comprise the most profitable part of the international department We are now in the third year of these restraints and there is no sign of any easing What is worse I believe the prospects are very good for some sort of perpetual restraint or at least standby authority sought by the Federal Reserve
Unfortunately world trade and banking will suffer accordingly Smith argues The controls have an adverse effect on the competitive structure of international banking he says The burden of restraint is much harder on the banks that are relatively new in the international markets While the big banks already had a very large base from which to expand banks like CS that were just beginning to penetrate foreign markets have been severely restricted
So it may be a long time before anyone knows how much faster the CS and other regional banks might grow in the international fieldand world trade with themin the absence of Federal restraints
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The annual Georgia Foreign Trade Conference is growing bigger and better each year
This years gathering the third annual drew some 200 participants who enjoyed two days filled with outstanding speakers in the transportation field including a lively panel discussion on Containerization
The panel members represented a veritable Whos Who of the shipping and transportation fraternity John W Griffith General Freight Manager United States Lines Inc M H Fowler Vice President The K Line Limited H M Emerson Assistant Vice President In Charge of Traffic Seaboard Coastline Railroad Company David 0 Benson Director Transportation Division Georgia Public Service Commission F N Melius Jr President United States Freight Company R S Hamilton Vice President Southern Railway System Edward L Hurst Cargo Sales Representative Pan American World Airways J T Davis Texas Transport Terminal Co and R H Waechter Manager Overseas Traffic Deere Company
Other highlights of the conference included The Railroads Role in ImportExport Area by W T Rice President and Director Seaboard Coastline Railroad Company Forwarding and Modem Transportation Systems by George H Hearn Commissioner Federal Maritime Commission Port Survival Through Partnership by W D Trippe Chairman Georgia Ports Authority Business Capital Requirements Utilization by John P Latimer Regional Director Small Business Administration
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Commissioner George H Hearn of the Federal Maritime Commission addresses the Third Annual Georgia Foreign Trade Conference He told the group We must create an atmosphere wherein greater financial incentives are offered by the government to stimulate the desire to export within the American business community
In the photo on the right W D Trippe Chairman of the Georgia Ports Authority addressed the conference group on Port Survival Through Partnership Trippe urged that those in the importexport business work together with proper vision and dedication toward making Savannah the container port for the South Atlantic
Trippe said Savannah has grown to be the largest general cargo port in the South Atlantic and with determination can grow to become the largest container port We have the room and we will provide the facilities he said
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We are not taking up a lot of space with words on the 1968 Georgia Ports Authoritys reception at this years National Foreign Trade Convention We are just printing some of the pictures of the GPAs friends and customers having a ball withwho elsebut Miss Georgia Ports
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The Georgia Ports Authority now has 22 deepwater berths serving a wide trade area in the Midwest and the Southeast Georgia ports serve this 13state area at inland freight rates equal to or less than rates charged by any other Atlantic or Gulf port For additional information contact our man at any one of our following sales offices
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P 0 Box 2406 Telephone 9122361561 Teletype 810784563 J D Holt P O Box 1758 Telephone 9122658500 Cecil G Gnann
1131 Healey Building Telephone 4045251595 Teletype 4045271034 Claude H Newman 233 Broadway Telephone 2122675731 Teletype 2125711312 Walter Hauser 200 South Michigan Avenue Telephone 3124278478 M Fred Whelan 532 BonnBad Godesberg Ruengsdorfer Strasse 53 Telephone Bad Godesberg 69344 929 Nikkatsu International Building Yurakucho Chiyoda Ku Telephone 2114556
James I Newsome Jr Director of Operations
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New Elements Established
EAMTMTS Savannah Impact Tops 700000
Figures recently released by the Eastern Area Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service EAMTMTS show over 700000 put into the Savannah economy for Fiscal Year 1968
The amount which includes payroll utilities local purchases and local contracts was expended primarily in the operation and support of the Savannah Outport a subordinate command of EAMTMTS
The Eastern Area one of two subordinate commands of the Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service is a triservice staffed agency responsible for operating military ocean terminals and controlling passenger and cargo movements for all military services in the Eastern and Midwestern portions of the United States Its three military ocean terminals and 17 field offices outports and detachments range from the Gulf Coast to Boston to the Great Lakes Eastern Area also controls the activities of eight transportation terminal units overseas
Payroll figures for the personnel employed at Savannah Outport for the fiscal year totaled 19967 The figure represents a substantial increase over the FY 1967 payroll total The individuals who received these funds it was pointed out reside in the Savannah area
Contractual stevedoring supply and utility expenditures totaled 647072 for the fiscal year which ended June 30 1968
Staffed by a work force commandwide of nearly 4000 civilians and military personnel from all services EAMTMTS has an annual budget responsibility for over 100 million and influences transportation expenditures of approximately threequarters of a billion dollars
During the fiscal year the Headquarters directed the movement to and from overseas destinations of more than halfamillion military members and their dependents and supervised nearly 9000000 tons of cargo consigned to military units throughout the world
In EAMTMTS Reorganization
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Hq EAMTMTS BROOKLYN N YA major reorganization of Headquarters Eastern Area Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service EAMTMTS will be completed in f November according to an announcement by Colonel Edwin B Owen Eastern Area Commander
The reorganization is designed to improve management control and management informa tion reporting systems as well as responsiveness to the military customers of the triservice staffed Army single manager agency for land transportation It will also establish a standard and uniform organizational and functional structure for Headquarters MTMTS at Washington D C and the two Area Commands at Brooklyn New York and Oakland California
Operating within the Eastern and Midwestern portions of the United States including the Atlantic and Gulf coasts and the Great Lakes ports EAMTMTS has overall mission responsibility for providing traffic management and terminal services to accomplish movement of all Department of Defense sponsored cargo and passengers within its area It exercises routing rating and release control authority over domestic and foreign passenger travel domestic and export freight shipments and retrograde cargo and passengers returning from overseas areas The Command is staffed with a work force of over 3000 military and civilian personnel
The most significant changes in the reorganization are the establishment of a new Directorate of Terminals to be headed by Colonel Armand J Silvestri USA and a new Directorate of Freight Traffic under Captain Mearl Gallup USN At the separate staff office level Colonel Douglas A MacKenzie USA will head a new Office of Field Assistance
Minor organizational changes and redistribution of functions are also slated for other elements of the Eastern Area Command
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING COMPANY NAMES RADEBAUGH ATLANTA MANAGER
RADEBAUGH
C Gordon Radebaugh has been appointed Atlanta District Man ager for Hohenstein Shipping Company according to an announcement by John B Hohenstein Jr President of the Company
Until recently Mr Radebaugh was associated with the Consulate General of Belgium Atlanta as Commercial Officer a position he had held for more than ten years He is a member of the Atlanta Transportation Club and the International Trade Association
Mr Radebaugh who is knowledgeable in all aspects of foreign f trade will devote his efforts to developing both export and import shipments in Atlanta and surrounding areas He will have offices at 631 Healey Building in downtown Atlanta
Hohenstein is agent at Savannah and Brunswick for HollandAmerica Line CunardBrocklebank Fabre Line Korean Line Japan Line Hansa Line and the South Atlantic Barge Line to Puerto Rico
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Meetings Held in Savannah and Brunswick On Port Grain Elevator Possibilities
Two committees from the Georgia General Assembly Georgia Ports Authority officials representatives of the Georgia Farm Bureau Federation and railway officials held joint meetings in Savannah and Brunswick in midOctober discussing the possibilities of a grain elevator at one of the GPAs deepwater facilities While in Savannah the legislative committees headed by Senator Mike Padgett of Augusta and Representative Dorsey Matthews of Moultrie toured the site of the GPAs new 9 million bulk handling facility During their Brunswick visit they called on the local Chamber of Commerce the state docks facility and GPAs industrial site locations at Colonels Island
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA
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Ocean Terminal Building Phone ADams 23151
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State Docks Building Phone 2657588
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
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TIGHTENING THE TIES Bob Brown right chairman of the Savannah Jaycees International Relations Committee presents a plaque to Capt B OBrien captain of the CunardBrocklebank lines British flagship Maihar upon the vessels arrival here on its maiden voyage Capt OBrien who last visited Savannah in 1936 aboard another British ship thanked the Jaycees for their gesture of friendship and said he hoped it will tighten the ties between Great Britain and the United Slates The vessel discharged 2600 tons of burlap at the Stale Docks Also in photo is John Constantine representing Hohenslein Shipping Co local agents for the Maihar
GPA NAMES IN THE NEWS
Newsome Named President South Atlantic and Caribbean Ports Association
James Li Newsome Jr Director of Operations of the Georgia Ports Authority was elected for a two year term as president of the South Atlantic and Caribbean Ports Association at its Fall meeting in Charleston Monday
The South Atlantic and Caribbean Ports Association is comprised of ports representatives from the South Atlantic ports included in the area extending from Morehead City N C on the north to Miami Fla on the south It also includes Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands
The association was formed to develop movement of cargo through member ports by developing favorable island rates to and from member ports and coordinating sales efforts for ports within the area
Newman Elected President Of The Transportation Club of Atlanta
The Transportation Club of Atlanta on December 9 1968 elected Claude Newman President for the coming year Claude Newman is Director of Traffic and Commerce for the Georgia Ports Authority with office located in Atlanta
Other officers elected were William Bill Shaw Manager of Transportation Service Tennessee Corporation as First Vice President and James Jim Cherry District Sales Manager Carolina Freight Carriers as Second Vice President
The Transportation Club of Atlanta was founded in 1921 and its 440 members represent industry as well as all forms of transportation including foreign commerce
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Col John S Egbert Named Savannah District Engineer
Colonel John S Egbert was named District Engineer for the U S Army Corps of Engineers at Savannah Georgia in late October
He succeeds Colonel William L Barnes the Savannah District Engineer since February 14 1966 Colonel Barnes completed his Savannah tour of duty on October 25 and reported to the Engineers Section of the U S Army in Vietnam
Savannah District is responsible for the carrying out of Army Corps of Engineers water resources responsibilities military construction and related real estate activities in Georgia and the Carolinas
Colonel Egbert 43 has been assigned to the Savannah District since Aug 6 as Special Assistant to the District Engineer He previously was in Washington D C in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense Installations and Logistics Southeast Asia Construction Division after completing a tour of duty in Vietnam in the newly formed Construction Directorate MACV
Colonel Egbert was born in Aberdeen South Dakota and was commissioned in the Corps of Engineers in 1948 upon graduation from the United States Military Academy West Point He received his Masters Degree in Civil Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1954 He is also a graduate of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces
Colonel Egbert is married to the former Anne McIntosh of Manila Philippines and they have two children John Jr is a Freshman at the University of Virginia Charlottesville Va Their 16yearold daughter is a Junior at Windsor Forest High School in Savannah The family resides at 3 Spanish Moss Circle Colonial Oaks
NEW SERVICE
A new service to Puerto Rico from Savannah and Brunswick has been inaugurated by South Atlantic Barge Lines Inc Miami Fla according to an announcement by Hohenstein Shipping Co general agents for the barge line
Capt Robert E Griffiths president of South Atlantic and Michael Kaltenbach marine superintendent were in Savannah for the initial loading of the barge PLYMOUTH The barge in the new service is 236 feet in length has a 50foot beam and a deadweight of 3220 tons
Capt Griffiths said the PLYMOUTH and the tug DELACROIX will provide a sailing from Savannah to San Juan and Ponce every three weeks By January 1st a second barge will be placed in the service so as to step up sailings to twice monthly he said
Savannah which once enjoyed a thriving commerce with Puerto Rico now has no service to the important S Commonwealth
John B Hohenstein Jr president of Hohenstein Shipping Co said evidence of the need for the service is found in the makeup of the full cargo for the initial voyage Represented with important tonnages on board are Union Camp Continental Can and National Wire three of the major stars in Savannahs industrial firmament
The PLYMOUTH loaded creosoted poles at the Brunswick State Docks before proceeding to San Juan
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HANSEN ft TIDEMANN INC 405 Industrial Building P O Box 157 31402 Tel 2334104 HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 24 Drayton Street P O Box 2448 31402 Tel 2342621 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 234 8265 SOUTHERN SHIPPING CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1639 31402 Tel 2325335 STEVENS SHIPPING 8 TERMINAL CO 26 East Bay Street P O Box 1068 31402 Tel 2338131 STRACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 670 31402 Tel 2346671 J R SHIPPING CO 9 East Bay Street 31401 Phone 2322129
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AFRICA
EAST AFRICA Mombasa Tanga Zanzibar Dar es Salaam
African Sun Farrell Southeastern Maritime Nov 30
African Moon Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 1
African Meteor Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 9
Mormacrio Robin Der 17
Mormacisle Robin Sirachan Dec 31
SOUTH AFRICA Beira Capetown Port Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques
African SunFarrell Southeastern Maritime Nov 30
African MoonFarrell Southeastern MaritimeDec 1
S A Alphen South African MarineSmith KellyDec 5
African MeteorFarrell Southeastern MaritimeDec 9
MormacrioRobin SirachanDec 17
MakranaCunardBrocklebank HohensieinDec 23
MormacisleRobin SirachanDec 31
Abidjan WEST AFRICA
Titania Barber
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SirachanDec 13
Dakar WEST AFRICA
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Sirachan Dec 13
Freetown WEST AFRICA
TitaniaBarber
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SirachanDec 13
LagosApapa WEST AFRICA
Titania Barber
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Sirachan Dec 13
Monrovia WEST AFRICA
TitaniaBarber
TemaBarber
SirachanDec 2
SirachanDec 13
Takoradi WEST AFRICA
TitaniaBarber
TemaBarber
SirachanDec 2
SirachanDec 13
p o box 768
Ship
Savannah Ga 31402
Steamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Tema WEST AFRICA
Titania Barber
T ema Barber
SirachanDec 2
Sirachan Dec 13
THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Royal NetherlandsNorin 1 SirachanDec 13
Chiron Royal NetherlandsNorin SirachanDec 27
Curacao NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Jason Royal NetherlandsNorin SirachanDec 13
Chiron Royal NetherlandsNorin SirachanDec 27
Kingston JAMAICA
UlyssesRayal NeiherlandsNygui SirachanDec 6
Port au Prince HAITI
Ulysses Rayal NeiherlandsNyguiSirachanDec 6
Port of Spain TRINIDAD
Jason Royal NetherlandsNorin SirachanDec 13
Chiron Royal NetherlandsNorin SirachanDec 27
San Juan PUERTO RICO
PlymouthS Atlantic Barge LineHohensieinDec 2
CENTRAL AMERICA
Barrios GUATEMALA
ArionTica
StevensDec 16
Cristbal CANAL ZONE
MaipoChilean
SirachanDec 16
Galvez GUATEMALA
ArionTica
StevensDec 16
La Ceiba HONDURAS
ArionTica
StevensDec 16
Puerto Cortes HONDURAS
ArionTica
StevensDec 16
Puerto Limon COSTA RICA
ArionTica
StevensDec 16
COASTWISE
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT Alice Torm Torm Southern Dah IT

Ashdod ISRAEL
AnalZim SouthernDec 6
Elrog Zim SouthernDec 6
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer Space TDenotes Tank Space PDenotes Passenger
NOVEMRERDECEMBER 1968
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Barcelona SPAIN
Alice Torm Torni
Doctor LykesLykes Brothers
SouthernDec 13
SirachanDec 18
Beirut LEBANON
Italia
Hellenic
Doctor LykesLykes Brothers
Stevens Sirachan
Dec 4 Dec 18
Cadiz
Sonia
Fabre HohensteinDec 14
Caronte
SoniaFabre
HohensteinDec 14
Casablanca MOROCCO
Doctor LykesLykes Brothers
StrachanDec 18
Derince TURKEY
Doctor Lykes
Lykes Brothers SirachanDec 18
Genoa ITALY
Enrico DandoloSidarma
Lorenzo MarcelloSidarma
Doctor LykesLykes Brothers
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime Strachan
Nov 30 Dec 7 Dec 18
Haifa ISRAEL
AnatZim
EtrogZim
Southern
Southern
Dec i Dec 6
Iskenderun TURKEY
Doctor LykesLykes Brothers
StrachanDec 18
Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS
Alice TorrnTorm I
SouthernDec 13
Laspezia
SoniaFabre
HohensteinDec 14
Lattakia SYRIA
Alice TormTorm
SouthernDec 13
Leghorn ITALY
Enrico DandoloSidarma
Lorenzo MarcelloSidarma
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime
Nov 30 Dec 7
Leixoes PORTUGAL
Alice TormTorm
SouthernDec 13
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Lisbon PORTUGAL
Alice TorrnTorm
SouthernDec 13
Marseilles FRANCE
Enrico DandoloSidarma Southeastern Maritime
Lorenzo MarcelloSidarma iJ Southeastern Maritime
SoniaFabre Hohenstein
Nov 30 Dec 7 Dec 14
Naples ITALY
Doctor Lykes
Lykes Brothers StrachanDec 18
Piraeus GREECE
Italia
Dinara
Zadar
Hellenic Stevens
Jugolinija Smith Kelly
Jugolinija Smith Kelly
Dec 4 Dec 5 Dec 11
Salonika GREECE
ItaliaHellenic
Savona ITALY
Enrico DandoloSidarma
Lorenzo MarcelloSidarma
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime
Nov 30 Dec 7
Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS
Alice TormTorm
SouthernDec 13
Tripoli LIBYA
ItaliaI
Hellenic I Stevens
Tunis TUNISIA
Doctor Lykes
Lykes Brothers SirachanDec 18
Venice ITALY
Dinara
Zadar
Doctor Lykes
Jugolinija
Jugolinija
Lykes Brothers
Smith Kelly Smith Kelly Strachan
Dec 5 Dec 11 Dec 18
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
IntegrityRegentJ R ShippingDec 5
Hilversum Independent Gull Smith KellyDec 5
ShamalyHollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 6
American ForesterUnited States SirachanDec 8
Gorredyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinDec 13
American TravelerUnited States Sirachan Dec 14
Fast regular cargo service
From Savannah
EVERY TWO WEEKS to Aruba Curacao La Guaira Kingston Port au Prince Puerto Cabello Maracaibo Port of Spain Georgetown Paramaribo
Accepting Cargo on Transshipment Bills of Lading to other Caribbean destinations
Agents
Savannah Jacksonville Miami also Cincinnati Memphis Atlanta Chicago St Louis and
Kansas City STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
CharlestonCAROLINA SHIPPING COMPANY
Baltimore NorfolkRAMSAY SCARLETT CO
Philadelphia Pittsburgh Cleveland LAVINO SHIPPING CO DetroitINTERNATIONAL GREAT LAKES SHIPPING CO
Itogal Merlands Steamship Company
25 Broadway New York N Y 10004
rv he it stir
SHIPPING COMPANY
408 American Building Savannah Georgia
Custom House Brokers Foreign Freight Brokers and Forwarders
CABLE ANSHIPCO TWX 9123541001 TELEX 546428
P O BOX 794 Phone 2360259
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Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Dale
Antwerp BELGIUM American Traveler United Slates Strachan Dec 14
Sylvia OzeanSiinnes Southeastern M Tungsha RTP Wilh Swcd Atlantic Strachan Dec 16
Integrity Regent J R Shinning Dec 5
Hilversum Independent Gulf Smith ft Kelly Dec 5
Gorredyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 13 Abadan IRAN
American Traveler United States Strachan Dec 14 Concordia Taleb Phina Vf a Dec 30
Tungsha RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Southern
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
Bremen GERMANY AfricanMoon Farrell Southeastern Maritime Nov 30
Sylvia OzeanSiinnes Southeastern M Nov 26 Cap Norte Columbus South err
Integrity Regent J R Shinning Dec 5 Halifax Star Bine Star rnI TW A
Hilversum Independent Gulf Smith Kelly Dec 5 Cap Verde ec 4
Shamaly HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 6 English Star RT Columbus Port Southern Dec 9
American Forester United Stales Strachan Dec 8 Gowanbank Strachan Dec 14 Dec 16
Pioneer Cove United States Strachan Dec 8 America SIrf omixn K nelly
Tungsha RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Southern Dec 16
Bahrein SAUDI ARABIA
BremenBremerhaven i GERMANY Concordia Taleb China Merchants Southern Dec 30
American Forester United States Strachan Dec 8
Pioneer Cove United Slates Strachan Dec 8 Basra IRAQ
Concordia Taleb China Merchants Southern Dao 30
Hamburg GERMANY
Sylvia OzeanSiinnes Southeastern M Nov 26 Brisbane AUSTRALIA
Rpftpn t D 5 AfncanMoon Nov 30
In Ha oHPnt rlf K Cap Norte Columbus Southern Dec 2
n epen en u Hohenstein Dec 6 Halifax Star Blue Star Southern
Cap Verde Columbus Southern Dec 9
Tungsha RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Dec 16 English Star RT Pori Strachan Dec 14
Gowanbank
Le Havre FRANCE America Star Blue Star Southern Dec 16
nnrrArlyJr RT Holland America If 1 Dec 13 Dec 16 City of Adelaide Am Australia Smith Kelly Jan
Tungsha RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS Manila MCP Southeastern Maritime Nov 25
Sylvia n err Southeastern M Nov 26 Phil Bataan MCP Southeastern Maritime Dec 3
Integrity vzeandtinnes Regent Phil Pres Magsaysay United Philippine Southern Dec 6
Hilversum Independent Gulf jli jj Don Antonio United Philippine Southern Dec 13
Shamaly HollandAmerica Hohenstein Phil Pres Roxas United Philippine Southern Dec 19
American Forester United Stales Strachan Dec 8 Damman SAUDI ARABIA
Gorredyk RT HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 13 Concordia Taleb China Merchants Southern Dec 30

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Or maybe youd like his fullname the Pelicontainer bird a rar and fine specimen of our newest ports service Thats right now Georgia ports are geared to handle containerized freight to and from foreign countries For the full story on Georgia shipping write J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 1039 Savannah Ga
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Ship Steamship LineAgency Sailing Dale ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Darvo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Manila MCP I Southeastern Maritime Nov 25
Phil BataanMCP Southeastern MaritimeDec 3
Phil Pres Magsaysay United Philippine Southern Dec 6
Don AntonioUnited PhilippineSouthernDec IS
Phil Pres Roxas United Philippine SouthernDec 19
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Phil BataanMCP Southeastern MaritimeDec 3
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine SouthernDec 6
Nevada Maru K Line StevensDec 8
Export AgentAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanDec 11
Don Antonio 1LUnited Philippine Southern Dec 13
Oriental Warrior Oriental Overseas Thor EckertDec 1516
Phil Pres Roxas United Philippine SouthernDec 19
Export AmbassadorAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanDec 26
Export AdventurerAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachan Jan 11
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
ManilaI MCP Southeastern Maritime Nov 25
Phil BataanMCP Southeastern MaritimeDec 3
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine SouthernDec 6
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernDec 13
Phil Pres Roxas United Philippine SouthernDec 19
Inchon KOREA
Export AgentAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanDec 11
Oriental Warrior Oriental Overseas Thor EckertDec 1516
Export AmbassadorAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanDec 26
Export AdventurerAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachan Jan 11
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Export AgentAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanDec 11
Oriental Warrior Oriental Overseas Thor EckertDec 1516
Export AmbassadorAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanDec 26
Export AdventurerAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanJan 11
Kharramsharhr IRAN
Concordia TalebChina Merchants SouthernDec 30
Keelung FORMOSA
Nevada MaruK Line StevensDec 8
Export AgentAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanDec 11
Oriental Warrior Oriental Overseas Thor EckertDec 1516
Export AmbassadorAAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanDec 26
Export AdventurerAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachan Jan 11
Kobe JAPAN
Yamataka MaruYamashitaShinnihonSmith 8c KellyDec 1
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine SouthernDec 6
Houston Maru RTMitsuiO S Kii StrachanDec 7
Nevada MaruK Line StevensDec 8
Satsuma Maru RTN Y K StrachanDec 9
Export Agent1Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachanDec 11
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernDec 13
Oriental Warrior Oriental Overseas v Thor EckertDec 1516
Phil Pres Roxas United Philippine SouthernDec 19
Export AmbassadorAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanDec 26
AtlasMitsuiO S K StrachanJan 10
Export AdventurerAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachan Jan 11
Kuwait SAUDI ARABIA
Concordia TalebChina Merchants SouthernDec 30
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Manila MCP Southeastern MaritimeNov 25
Phil Bataan MCP Southeastern Maritime Dec 3
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine SouthernDec 6
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernDec 13
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine 1 Southern Dec 19
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
AfricanMoonFarrell Southeastern MaritimeNov 30
Cap Norte Columbus SouthernDec 2
Halifax StarBlue Star Southern Dec 4
Cap VerdeColumbus SouthernDec 9
English Star RTPort StrachanDec 14
GowanbankAm AustralianSmith KellyDec 16
America StarBlue StarSouthernDec 16
City of AdelaideAm AustraliaSmith KellyJan 6
Nagoya JAPAN
Yamataka MaruYamashitaShinnihonSmith KellyDec 1
Houston Maru RTMitsuiO S K Strachan Dec 7
Nevada MarufK Line T StevensDec 8
Satsuma Maru RT N Y K StrachanDec 9
Oriental Warrior Oriental Overseas Thor EckertDec 1516
AtlasMitsuiO S K Strachan Jan 10
Osaka JAPAN
Yamataka MaruYamashitaShinnihonSmith 8c KellyDec 1
Houston Maru RTMitsuiO S KStrachanDec 7
Nevada MaruK LineStevensDec 8
Satsuma Maru RTN Y K StrachanDec 9
Export AgentAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanDec 11
Export AmbassadorAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanDec 26
AtlasMitsuiO S KStrachan Jan 10
Export AdventurerAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanJan 11
Pusan KOREA
Export Agent Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachanDec 11
Oriental Warrior Oriental OverseasThor Eckert Dec 1516
Export Ambassador Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachanDec 26
Export AdventurerAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachan Jan 11
Sydney AUSTRALIA
AfricanMoonFarrell Southeastern MaritimeNov 30
Cap NorteColumbus SouthernDec 2
Halifax StarBlue Star SouthernDec 4
Cap VerdeColumbus SouthernDec 9
English Star RTAjPort StrachanDec 14
GowanbankAm 8c AustralianSmith 8c KellyDec 16
America StarBlue Star SouthernDec 16
City of Adelaide Am 8c Australia Smith 8c KellyJan 6
Yokohama JAPAN
Yamataka Maru YamashiiaShinnohon Smith 8c KellyDec 1
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine Southern Dec 6
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and its getting smaller every day Business or travel contacts in foreign lands are important to more and more people Thats why we keep expanding our International Department to serve more people and serve them better
If your business or travel plans need overseas assistance including foreign remittances commercial letters of credit foreign collections foreign trade inquiries consultations letters of introduction travelers letters of credit and travelers checks talk first with our International Department specialists They can help you feel right at home wherever you go
INTERNATIONAL DEPT 9122343441
SAVANNAH BANK TRUST CO
P 0 BOX 489 SAVANNAH GA 31402
28
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Dale
Houston Maru RT MilsuiO S K Strachan Dec 7
Nevada Maru K Line Stevens Dec 8
Satsuma Maru RT 1 N Y K Strachan Dec 9
Export Agent Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Dec 11
Don Antonio United Philippine Southern Dec 13
Phil Pres Roxas United Philippine Southern Dec 19
Oriental Warrior
Don Antonio United Philippine Southern Dec 13
Export Ambassador Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Dec 26
Atlas MitsuiO S K Strachan Jan 10
Export Adventurer Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Jan 11
o SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Copenhagen DENMARK
Tungsha RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Dec 16
Gdynia POLAND
Tungsha RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Dec 16
Gothenburg SWEDEN
Tungsha RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Dec 16
Helsinki FINLAND
Tungsha RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Dec 16
Malmo SWEDEN
Tungsha RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Dec 16
Norrkoping SWEDEN
Tungsha RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Dec 16
Oslo NORWAY
Tungsha RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Dec 16
Stockholm SWEDEN
Tungsha RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Dec 16
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
Santos Ivaran Southern Nov 27
Gudmundra Norton Smith ft Kelly Dec 2
Dorotea Norton Smith ft Kelly Dec 2
Mormacoak MooreMcCormack Strachan Dec 9
Buenos Aires Ivaran Southern Dec 10
Savannah Ivaran Southern Dec 16
Mormacsaga MooreMcCormack Strachan Dec 25
Montevideo URUGUAY
Santos Ivaran Southern Nov 27
Mormacoak 44dr MooreMcCormack Strachan Dec 9
Buenos Aires Ivaran Southern Dec 10
Savannah Ivaran Southern Dec 16
Mormacsaga MooreMcCormack Strachan Dec 25
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Paranagua BRAZIL Dorotea Norton Smith ft Kelly Dec 2
Gudmundra Norton Smith Kelly Dec 2
Mormacoak MooreMcCormack Strachan Dec 9
Mormacsaga MooreMcCormack Strachan Dec 25
Porto Alegre BRAZIL
DoroteaNortonSmith KellyDec 2
GudmundraNortonSmith KellyDec 2
Puerto Alegre DirectVia Rio Grande do Sul BRAZIL
MormacsagaMooreMcCormack StrachanDec 25
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
SantosIvaran SouthernNov 27
GudmundraNortonSmith KellyDec 2
Dorotea Norton Smith KellyDec 2
MormacoakMooreMcCormack StrachanDec 9
Buenos AiresIvaran SouthernDec 10
SavannahIvaran SouthernDec li
MormacsagaMooreMcCormackStrachanDec 25
Rio Grande do Sul BRAZIL
MormacsagaMooreMcCormack StrachanDec 25
Santos BRAZIL
SantosIvaran SouthernNov 27
DoroteaNortonSmith KellyDec 2
Gudmundra Norton Smith KellyDec 2
MormacoakMooreMcCormack StrachanDec 9
Buenos AiresIvaran SouthernDec 10
SavannahIvaran SouthernDec 16
MormacsagaMooreMcCormack StrachanJDec 25
Victoria BRAZIL
MormacoakMooreMcCormack StrachanDec 9
SOUTH AMERICANORTH COAST
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
Ulysses Rayal NelherlandsNyguiStrachanDec 6
La Guaira VENEZUELA
Ciudad de ValenciaVenezuelanSmith KellyDec 9
Jason Royal NeiherlandsNorinStrachanDec 13
ChironRoyal NeiherlandsNorin StrachanDec 27
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
UlyssesRayal NetherlandsNyguiStrachanDec 6
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Ciudad de ValenciaVenezuelanSmith ft KellyDec 9
Paramaribo SURINAM
UlyssesRayal NetherlandsNyguiStrachanDec 6
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO STEAMSHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402 AGENTS FOR
310 East Bav Street P 0 Box 2747 9122348265 Alcoa Steamship Co
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 Brodin Lines
1746 East Adams Street P G Box 1504 9043538201 Farrell Lines
Insco Lines
SERVING Maritime Co of the Philippines
Canaveral Florida Port Royal South Carolina Motorships Inc
Fernandina Florida Charleston South Carolina OzeanStinnes Line
Jacksonville Florida Georgetown South Carolina Saguenay Shipping Ltd
Brunswick Georgia Wilmington North Carolina Sidarma Line
Savannah Georgia Morehead City North Carolina Wallenius Line
West Coast Lines
NOVEMBERDECEMBER 1968
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Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Paie
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dele

Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Ciudad de ValenciaVenezuelanSmith KellyDec 9
JasonRoyal NelherlandsNorinStrachanDec 13
Chiron
Royal NetherlandsNorin StrachanDec 27
Puerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
UlyssesRayai NeiherlandsNygui Strachan Dec 6
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Antofagasta CHILE
MaipoChilean
StrachanDec 16
Arica CHILE
Maipo
Chilean StrachanDec 16
Callao PERU
Maipo
Chilean StrachanDec 16
Chanaral CHILE
Maipo
Chilean StrachanDec 16
Coquimbo CHILE
MaipoChilean
StrachanDec 16
Guayaquil ECUADOR
MaipoChilean
StrachanDec 16
Iquique CHILE
Maipo
Chilean
StrachanDec 16
Matarani PERU
Maipo
Chilean StrachanDec 16
San Antonio CHILE
MaipoIChilean
StrachanDec 16
Talcahuano CHILE
MaipoChilean
StrachanDec 16
Tocopilla CHILE
Maipo
Chilean
StrachanDec 16
Valparaiso CHILE
MaipoChilean
StrachanDec 16
Calcutta INDIA
Steel Age Isthmian
State of Rajasthan S C I Smith
Jaladharma Scindia Smith
Steel Voyager Isthmian
Makrana CunardBrocklebank H
State of Punjab Steel Maker
Kelly Kelly Strachan
S C ISmith 8c Kelly
Isthmian Strachan
Dec 5 Dec 8 Dec 13 Dec 16 Dec 19 Dec 23 Dec 29 Jan 10
Chana PAKISTAN
ExminsierAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanDec 11
Steel VoyagerIsthmian StrachanDec 19
Flying EnterpriseAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanDec 22
MakranaCunardBrocklebank HohensteinDec 23
Flying FoamAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Jan 8
Steel Maker Isthmian Strachan Jan 10
Chittagong PAKISTAN
Exminsier
Steel Voyager
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Isthmian Strachan
Flying EnterpriseAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Flying Foam Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Steel Maker
Isthmian Strachan
Dec 11 Dec 19 Dec 22 Jan 8 Jan 10
Colombo CEYLON
State of RajasthanS C ISmith KellyDec 13
Steel VoyagerIsthmian 1 StrachanDec 19
Makrana CunardBrocklebank HohensteinDec 23
Steel MakerIsthmian StrachanJan 10
Karachi PAKISTAN
Steel Age
Exminster
Flying Enterprise
Flying Foam
Isthmian
Strachan
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
Dec 8 Dec 11 Dec 22 Jan 8
Smith 8c Kelly Strachan
Madras INDIA
JalaldrtLScindiaj
Steel AgeIsthmian
ExminsierAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
JaladharmaScindiaSmith 8c Kelly
Flying EnterpriseAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
MakranaCunardBrocklebank Hohenslein
Flying FoamAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Dec 5 Dec 8 Dec 11 Dec 16 Dec 22 Dec 23 Jan 8
SOUTH ASIA Belfast IRELAND Manchester Trader Manchester Smith 8c Kelly Dec 3
Bombay INDIA Scindia Kelly Dec

Jalakirti Steel Age Isthmian Strachan Dec 8 Dublin IRELAND
Am Fvnnrt Ishrandtsen Strachan Dec 11 Manchester Trader Manchester Smith 8c Kelly Dec 3
txmmster Cmlls Kelly
Jaladharma Flying Enterprise DCUlUld Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Dec 22 London ENGLAND
Flying Foam Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Jan 8 American Traveler United States Strachan Dec 14
SERVING SINCE 1870
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING P O Box 2808 Phone 2323151
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Directory of Port Services
SHIPPING COMPANIES
HANSEN TIDEMANN INC
206 East Bay Street2334104
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
J R SHIPPING CO INC
9 East Bay Street2322129
KAUFMANN SHIPPING COMPANY
405 Industrial Building 12347367
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks 2654919
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
408 American Building2360259
W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC
Realty Building 2368645
CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
J K EBBERWEIN
Suite 208209 Realty Building2326184
JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
E L MOBLEY
606 Realty Building2340686
9 J POWERS
B American Building 2347241
Smith kelly company
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminal Building2325335
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street233
Brunswick State Docks265
R GEORGE W WISE JR
404 Realty Building233
8131
4734
0171
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKERS
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
408 American Building2360259
W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta 8736939 CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
SlOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
E L MOBLEY
606 Realty Building2340686
D J POWERS
American Building 2347241
J W TARVER
Arcade Building 2348829
DONALD R WINTER
P O Box 20973 Atlanta 303208725309
STEVEDORES
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks 2654734
NOVEMBERDECEMBER 1968
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
U S ARMY OUTPORT SAVANNAH OUTPORT MTMTS State Docks Garden City 2367179
BARGE SERVICE INTRACOASTAL
COYLE LINES INCNew Orleans La
C G WILLIS INCPaulsboro N J
BARGE SERVICE INLAND
MERRY BROTHERSAugusta Ga
MOTOR FREIGHT LINES
ABC EXPRESS CO2345183
AKERS MOTOR LINES INC2348846
Brunswick2656948
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION
CO INC2343435
BROWN TRANSPORT CORP2334718
CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP 2330919
CAUDELL TRANSFER CO2323334
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES INC2368217
CHATHAM TRANSFER CO2337084
COASTAL TRANSPORT CO2345183
COOPER MOTOR LINES INC2321466
DURRENCE TRANSFER CO2322105
EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION CO 2345309
FIVE TRANSPORTATION CO2320147
Brunswick2653240
GATEWAY TRANSPORTATION CO2365734
GAY TRUCKING CO9644341
GEORGIA HWY EXPRESS INC2334543
Brunswick2643933
GIVENS MOTOR EXPRESS INC2336073
HARPER MOTOR LINES INC2328124
Brunswick2658622
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES 2342681
HERRIN TRANSPORTATION CO2341349
HOWARD HALL CO INC2336584
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES2340779
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT 2335745
McLEAN TRUCKING CO2333063
MOTOR CONVOY 2368536
NEW DIXIE LINES INC2364229
NILSON MOTOR EXPRESS2368215
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION 2339613
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS2348823
PLOOF TRANSFR CO INC2345065
Brunswick2652030
R C MOTOR LINES INC2368291
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC2342568
SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT LINES2327285
Brunswick2652233
THURSTON MOTOR LINES INC2366112
RAIL TRANSPORT
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY CO
Sales Freight Traffic
SAVANNAH ATLANTA RAILWAY CO
Sales Department
SAVANNAH STATE DOCKS RAILROAD
Garden City Terminal
SEABOARD COAST LINE RAILROAD CO
Brunswick Freight Office
Regional Sales Manager
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO
Traffic Manager
Brunswick Freight Office
2326159
232 3113 2361561
2652966
233 2431
234 1388 2655310
EXPORT PACKING DRUMMING
SAVANNAH EXPORT BOXING INC
Savannah State Docks2333065
SOUTHLAND OIL CORP
State DocksGarden City2362447
BANKS WITH INTERNATIONAL OFFICES
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NATIONAL BANK Box 4292345101
LIBERTY NATIONAL
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SAVANNAH BANK
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Mrs Marion Faircloth Baker2324321
Ext 256
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Inspection Control
Charles P Simon2324321 Ext 264
CUSTOM PORT DIRECTOR Brunswick
Marcus D KnightFederal Building 2651955 MARINE SECTION
Quinton E Brown Supervisory
Marine Officer 2324321 Ext 255
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William E Thompson Supervisory
Customs Inspector2324321 Ext 205
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William F Hughes2324321 Ext 342
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Homer L Strickland 2324321 Ext 344
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James W Mclntire2324321 Ext 204
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Robert L Poole2324321 Ext 368
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Wilmington Island 8971969
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