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Publication Date: September 21, 1953
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OFFICIAL GAZETTE



BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU SEPTEMBER 21, 1953. 38


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Colonial Secretary's Office,
14th September, 1953.
No. 251.
The sub-joined Order made
under Article 55 of the Colonial
Air Navigation Order 1949 is
published for general informa-
tion.
M.P 14593
ORDER
Made Under
ARTICLE 55 OF THE
COLONIAL AIR NAVIGATION
ORDER 1949
In exercise of the powers
vested in him by Article 55 (1)
of the Colonial Air Navigation
Order 1949, the Governor here-
by orders as follows'
1. This Order may be cited as
the Air Navigation (Customs
A'rports) (Amendment No. 2)
Order 1953.
2. The Schedule to the Air
Navigation (Customs Airportsl
Order 1952 is hereby amended
by deleting therefrom the fol-
lowing:
"Fresh Water Lake (District
of Fresh Creek) Andros;
Seaplane and Landplane."
3. This Order will come into
effect on the fourteenth day of
September, 1953.
Made at Nassau this 12th day
of September, 1953.
(Sgd.) ROBERT NEVILLE,
Governor.

15th September, 1953.
No. 252.
The sub-joined Notice given


under The Acquisition of Land
Act (Ch. 265) is published for
general information.
M.P. 14210J
NOTICE
Given Under
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND
ACT
(Ch. 265)
WHEREAS it appears to His
Excellency the Governor in
Council that the land described
in the Schedule hereto is re-
quired for a public purpose.
NOW THEREFORE, it is here-
by notified that it is the in-
tention of His Excellency the
Governor in Council to acquire
the said land for a public pur-
pose to wit: for the purpose of
implementing the Agreement
made with the concurrence of
the Government of the Baha-
ma Islands between the Govern-
ment of the United Kingdom
of Great Britain and Northern
Ireland and the Government of
the United States of America
concerning a Long Range Prov-
ing Ground for Guided Missiles
to be known as "The Bahamas
Long Range Proving Ground"
All persons interested in the
said land shall within 30 days
of the publication of this no-
tice state in writing to
the Colonial Secretary of the
Colony the nature of their re-
spective interests in the said
land and the amount and par-
ticulars of their claim to com-
pensation for their interests.
SCHEDULE
All that certain tract or par-


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262 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


eel of land known as Tract No.
G.B.-322 and situated in the vi-
cinity of Long Bay Field
Point approximately 3.5 miles,
east of Riding Point on the
southern shore of the island of
Grand tahama, Colony of the
Bahamas, British West Indies,
as outlined on map File No.
F54A13553, by this reference
made a part hereof, and more
particularly described as fol-
lows:
From the U. S. Coast and
Geodetic Triangulation Station,
"High Rock", located near Rid-
ing Point approx. No. 68 degrees
19 min. E. 1027.49 feet from the
southwestern corner of the tract
of 40 acres granted to William
Russell in 1830 (C.L.O. Book
B page 142), go North 73 de-
gress 08 min. East, 17,649 feet
to the centre of a brass disc set
in concrete on the mean high
water mark of the southern
shore of Grand Bahama Island,
which is the point of beginn-
ing.
From the point of beginning
the boundaries of Tract No.
GB-322 extend thence, leaving
said mean high water mark,
North 18 degrees 03 m n. West,
346.25 feet to the centre of
a brass disc set in concrete.
thence North 71 degrees 57
min. East, 160.00 feet to a point,
thence North 18 degrees 03 min.
West, 912.41 feet to a point on
the southern Right-of-Way
boundary line of the M 11 No. 3
to Pelican Point Road opposite
Station 960/11.99 on the centre
line of said road. thence along
said southern Right-of-Way
boundary line North 79 degrees
47 m n. East. 100.94 feet to a
point opposite Station 961/
12.93 on the centre line of the
said road, thence leaving said
southern Right-of-Way boun-
dary line, South 18 degrees 03
min. East, 898.65 feet to a po'nt,
tLence North 71 degrees 57 min.
East, 141.25 feet to the centre of
a brass disc set in concrete.
thence South 18 degrees 03
min. East, 344.26 feet to the
centre of a brass disc set in
concrete on the mean high wa-
ter mark of the southern shore
of Grand Bahama Island,
thence along said mean high
water mark. South 71 degrees
37 min. West, 401.10 feet to the
point of beginning and


continuing 5.26 acres more or
less, said tract No. GB-322 be-
ing a part of that tract of land
of 420 acres originally granted
to John Knowles in 1827 (C. L.
O. Book B page 129) and com-
muted by Joseph Pinder in 1847
(C. L. O. Book C2 page 166).
Dated this 14th clay of Sep-
tember, 1953.
(Sgd.)
A. G. H. GARDNER-BROWN,
Colonial Secretary.


18th September, 1953.
No. 253.
His Excellency the Governor
announces, witn Jeep regret,
the death of Mr. Arthur Bethel,
Acting Telephone Engineer
Grade II, on the 16th Septem-
ber, 1953.
M.P. P. 297.


19th September, 1953.
No. 254.
The sub-joined Rules made
under The Agricultural and
Marine Products Board Act,
(Ch. 223) are published for
general information.
M. P. 7433 II.
RULES
Made Under
THE AGRICULTURAL AND
MARINE PRODUCTS BOARD
ACT
(Ch. 223)
In exercise of the powers con-
ferred upon it by section 4 of
the Agr cultural and Marine
Products Board Act, the Agri-
cultural and Marine Products
Board with the approval of the
Governor in Counc 1 hereby
makes the following Rules:
1. These Rules may be cited
as the Marine Products (F.sh)
Rules, 1944, Amendment (No.
2) Rules, 1953.
2. The Marine Products (Fish)
Rules, 1944 are hereby amend-
ed by deleting therefrom the
definition of the words "Ma-
rine Products" appearing at the
end of section 2 thereof, and
by substituting therefore the
following:
"Marine Products" means any
fish, crawfish, turtle, conch.
crab or any sponge, coral, sea-
fan, sea-plume, marine shell
or any other form whatsoever
of marine life."
Made by the Agricultural and









OFFICIAL GAZETTE 26


Marine Products Board this
20th day of August, 1953.
PHILIP C. D BETHELL,
Chairman.
Approved by the Governor in
Council this 10th day of Sept.,
1953.
PETER HASTING,
Clerk to the Executive Council.

19th September, 1953.
No. 255.
His Excellency the Governor
has been informed by the Right
Honourable the Secretary of
State for the Colonies that
Her Majesty the Queen will not
be advised to exercise Her pow-
er of disallowance with respect
to the following Acts of the
Legislature of the Bahama Is-
lands:-
No 27 of 1953 The Penal
Code Amendment Act, 1953.
No. 28 of 1953 The Penal
Code Amendment (No. 2) Act,
1953.
For 1796
M.P. 8613111.

19th September, 1953.
No. 256.
It is hereby notified that the
following persons have been
appointed Local Constables
Grade I with effect from the
1st October, 1953:-
Clifton McKenzie Rolleville,
Exuma.
Arlington Charlton Abra-
ham's Bay, Mayaguana.
M.P. 1257111II.

19th September, 1953.
No. 257.
It is hereby notified that Lo-
cal Constable Grade II Bunyan
Key has been promoted to be a
Local Constable Grade I with
effect from the 1st July, 1953.
M.P 125711111.

19th September, 1953.
No. 258.
The sub-joined Rules made
under The Trade Marks Act
(Ch. 94) are pubhshed for
general information.
M.P. 6381/2.

RULES
Made Under
THE TRADE MARKS ACT
(Ch. 94)
In exercise of the powers
conferred upon him by sec-
tions 53 and 54 of The Trade


Marks Act, the Governor-in-
Council hereby makes the fol-
lowing Rules.
1. These Rules may be cited
as The Trade Marks Amend-
ment (No. 2) Rules 1953.
2. The First Schedule to The
Trade Marks Rules 1947, is
hereby amended by deleting
therefrom the figures "100"
appearing in item six therein
and substituting therefore the
figures "2 0 0".
3. These Rules shall be deem-
ed to have come into force on
the 21st day of April, 1953.
Ordered in Council this 10th
day of Sept., 1953.
PETER HASTING.
Clerk to the Executive Council.
The foregoing Notices num-
bered 251 to 258 are published
by command.
A. G. H. GARDNER-BROWN,
Colonial Secretary.

DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

No. 153/1953.
Whereas Merle Leathen Saui-
ders arid Pearl Leathen il-
liams of the Southern District
in the Island of New Provi-
dence, have made application
to the Chief Justice of the Su-
preme Court of the Bahama Is-
lands for letters of Administra.
tion of the real and personal
estates of Emmanuel Leather,
late of Calaoash Bay in the Is-
land of Andros, Retired Ma-.
riner, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that
such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the
expiration of twenty-eight day;
from the date hereof.
N. C. ROBERTS.
Ag. Registrar
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
15th September, 1953.


IN THE SUPREME
Probate Side


COURT'


No. 154/1953.
Whereas Cyril Bethel, of th6
island of New Providence, has
made application to the Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court
of the Bahama Islands for let.
ters of Administration with the









264 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Will Annexed of the real and
personal estates of William Al-
bert Cash, Jr., late of Dunmore
Town, Harbour Island, Baha
mas, Druggist, deceased.
Notice is nereby given that
such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the
expiration of twenty-eight days
from the date hereof.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Ag. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
i3tn September, 1953.
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 154/1953.
Whereas Maxwel' James
Thompson, Esquire. of the City
of Nassau in the Island of New
Providence, Attorney a t- Law.
has made application to the
Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court of the Bahama Islands
for letters of Administration of
the real a:.d personal estates
of Elizabeth Taylor, la.e of Blue
Hill Road in bhe Island of New
Providence, Married Woman.
deceased.
Notice is hereby g"',en that
such application w'll be heard
by the said Chief Just'ce at the
expiration of fourteen days
from the date hereof
N. C. ROBERTS,
Ag. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court
16th September, 1953.
Registrar General's Office,
Nassau,,
17th September, 1953.
NOTICE is hereby given that
any person interested in oppos-
ing the registration of any Mark
appearing hereunder, may, w th-
in one month from the date of
this Not ce, lodg., it the Regis-
trar General's Office, Nassau,
N. P., Bahamas, a notice of op-
posit on, in duplicate, in the
Form 7 in the Second Schedule,
Trade Mark Rules, 1947.
On filing Notice of opposition,
a fee of 2 is payable in resp-ct
of each application opposed.
CLASS 8
2349.



EPIC
Application No. 2349, in res-
pect of Grooved phonograph


records, electric phono-
graphs, turntables, sound
reproducers, pickups and
component parts therefore.
Applicants:- Columbia Re-
cords Inc. having a place
of business at 799 Seventh
Avenue, New York 19, State
of New York, United States
of America, Manufacturers,
a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of
the State of Delaware, Unit-
ed States of America trad-
ing as Columbia Records
Inc. who claim to be the
proprietors of the above
mark.
Applicants' Agent and Ad-
dress for service in the Ba-
hamas.
Harry P. Sands, Esq., of
Chambers, Bay Street, Nas-
Ssau, Bahamas.
Date of application: 17th
September, 1953.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Ag. Registrar General.
NOTICE
General Post Office,
Nassau, Bahamas.
14th September, 1953.
Depositors with the Post Of-
fice Savings Bank are requested
to present the'r passbooks at
the Main Office of the Savings
Bank, Nassau, for the annual
audit and addition of interest.
C. .S. THOMPSON,
Postmaster of Bahamas.
NOTICE
Essential Supplies Committee
September 18th, 1953.
There will be a sale of Jamai-
can White Sugar at the Import
Control Office on Monday Sep-
tember 21st, 1953.
The price is 3 per 112 Ibs.
bag.
Deliveries w'11 be made from
the Noel Roberts.
A. K. COLE.
Director of Suppl es.
BAHAMAS
EXCHANGE CONTROL
August, 1953
Statements of Receipts and
Expenditure of dollars for Au-
gust, 1953.
U. S. CURRENCY
Receipts 1,202,000
Expenditure 1,045,000

157,000
Dollars Sold by Colony $157,000









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


CANADIAN CURRENCY
Receipts 199,000
Expenditure 205,000

6,000
Dollars Purchased by Colony
$6,000.
SUMMARY
Total Dollars Sold by Colony
August, 1953- 151,000
Total Dollars Sold by Colony
-January to August, 1953-
4,056,000.
Total Dollars Sold by Colony
January to August, 1952- -
3,825,000.
Total Dollars Sold by Color y
for Year 1952-2,968,000.
R. W. TAYLOR,
Controller of Exchange.
14th September, 1953.


NOTICE

Coronation Decorations
The Public Board of Works
requests that all decorations,
coloured lights, flood-lights,
signs, flags, etc be removed
not later than October 15th
1953.
The general permission for
lights and decorations to be
displayed during the Corona-
tion Festivities will lapse after
this date, and the Public are
reminded that the written per-
mission of the Board is re-
quired for all permanent signs,
lights, etc.
G. C. STUBBS,
Director of Public Works




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