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The man with the cigar is Dilburn "Junior"

Herrington. He's been with us over 30 years, and is now foreman of our Fabrication shop.

The man who trained him is Jack Groover, who recently retired. Jack was foreman of Fabrication. He was with us since the end of World War II.

Dilburn and Jack add up to a tremendous amount of experience, skill and continuous excellence. And that's what you find all over

Savannah Shipyard. When a leader retires he passes the torch to a man he's trained.

At Savannah you get highly motivated talent.

People who do a job right - once - which saves you time and money

Come to Savannah for your voyage repairs, major conversions, alterations, or drydockmg.

You'll like everything about us, including our great year-round climate which eliminates costly weather delays.

And, especially our Dilburns and Jacks.

Savannah Shipyard Company We're easy to reach by telex or telephone. Telex 546426

SAVMACSHIP SAV, PO. Box 787, Savannah,

Ga. 31402. Telephone (912) 233-6621. Or call our

New York office: 74 Trinity Place, Suite 1800,

New York, NY 10006. Telephone (212) 432-0350.




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