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OFFICIAL GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY


NASSAU September 5, 1959 36

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
The following Government Notices are published as a Sup-
plement to this Gazette:-
No. 173 The Air Navigation (General) (Amendment) Regula-
tions, 1959 M.P. 9841C.

No. 174 The Customs Duties (Tomato Paste) Order, 1959.-
M.P. 1649/II.


No. 167.
BAHAMAS GOVERNMENT
DEBENTURE STOCK 1962-1969
With reference to the Prospectus issued from this office on
23rd July, 1959, giving particulars of the above named debenture
stock, it is hereby notified that the following amounts remain
unsubscribed:-
414% redeemable 1st October, 1962 900
4z% redeemable 1st October, 1964 18,500
5% redeemable 1st October, 1966 32,000
5V4% redeemable 1st October, 1969 51,800
Applications for the above amounts will be received at the
Public Treasury, Nassau up to noon on Wednesday 30th Septem-
ber, 1959, in the terms of the Prospectus. Copies of the Prospectus
and application forms may be obtained from the Public Treasury,
Nassau.
M.P. 13081/2.















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No. 168.
His Excellency the Governor has approved the following ap-
pointments:-
Dr. Freda B. Bonner to be confirmed in her appointment as an
Assistant Medical Officer with effect from the 14th
February, 1957. M.P. P.1028.
Honourable Dr. R. W. Sawyer, M.E.C., M.H.A., to be a tem-
porary Member of the Bahamas Electricity Corporation
during the absence from the Colony of the Honourable
E. A. P. Dupuch, C.B.E., M.E.C., M.H.A. M.P. 14824C.
Mr Asa Symonette, Electrician, to be Acting Maintenance Super-
intendent for the period 31st August to 4th September,
1959. M.P. P.485.
Mr. Preston Higgs, Customs Officer Scale 5, to be Acting Customs
Supervisor Airport with effect from the 7th September,
1959. M.P. P.171.
The post of Deputy Comptroller of Customs to be included in
the list of Justices of the Peace for the whole Colony.
M.P. 12069/3.

No. 169.
The following Staff Movements are notified for general in-
formation:-
LEAVE
Mr. T. McShane, Maintenance Superintendent, five days vaca-
tion leave with effect from the 31st August, 1959. -
M.P. P.102.
Mr. Vivian N. Pinder, Customs Supervisor Airport, two weeks va-
cation leave with effect from the 7th September, 1959 -
M.P. P.157.

No. 170.
REMOVAL NOTICE
It is hereby notified for general information that it is the
intention of Nassau Wear Limited to move its factory which is
registered under The Industries Encouragement Act (Ch. 340)
from premises situate at 6th Street in Centreville in the Eastern
District of the Island of New Providence to premises situate at
the Base Road in the area known as Oakes Field (opposite Sir
Harry Oakes Monument) in the Western District of the said Is-
land of New Providence.
Any person who objects to the location of the said factory
should give notice in writing of such objection and of the
grounds of such objection to the undersigned within seven days
of the date on which this notice is last published.
M.P. 14266V.

No. 171.
It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor met
both Houses of the Legislature in the Council Chamber on the
evening of the 3rd September 1959, and assented to the following
Acts:-
No. 39 of 1959 An Act to consolidate and amend the Law re-
lating to the General Assembly, and to Elections for the
General Assembly, and for other purposes connected
therewith.
No. 40 of 1959 An Act to amend The Tariff Act 1959.
No. 41 of 1959 An Act to amend The Tariff (No. 2) Act 1959.














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No. 42 of 1959 An Act to amend The Emergency Tax Act 1959.
No. 43 of 1959 An Act to amend The Emergency Tax (No. 2)
Act 1959.
No. 44 of 1959 An Act to amend The Customs Duty (Most-
Favoured-Nation Tariff) Act 1957.
No. 45 of 1959 An Act to repeal and re-enact The Town Plan-
ning Act.
No. 46 of 1959 An Act to amend The Buildings Regulations
Act.
No. 47 of 1959 An Act to authorize the raising of a loan to be
used for the purpose of the completion of the work and
for additional work on Prince George's Wharf.
No. 48 of 1959 An Act to amend The Government High School
Loan Act.
No. 49 of 1959 An Act to authorise the issue of Debentures for
the purpose of constructing a Roadway and Bridge over
the Glass Window and a connecting Road Between the
Settlements of Lower Bogue and Gregory Town in the
Island of Eleuthera.
No. 50 of 1959 An Act to authorize the issue of Public Treasury
Bills.
No. 51 of 1959 An Act to appropriate certain moneys for gen-
eral improvements in New Providence and the Out Is-
lands.
No. 52 of 1959 An Act to amend The Electricity Act.
No. 53 of 1959 An Act to amend The Water Supplies (Out Is-
lands) Act.
No. 54 of 1959 An Act to amend The Road Traffic (No. 3) Act
1958.
No. 55 of 1959 An Act to amend The Dangerous Drugs Act.
No. 56 of 1959 An Act to amend The Stamp Act.
No. 57 of 1959 An Act to amend The Trade Marks Act.
No. 58 of 1959 An Act to amend The Conveyancing and Law
of Property Act.
No. 59 of 1959 An Act to amend The Real Estate Devolution
Act.
No. 60 of 1959 An Act to validate certain instruments relating
to land situate in the Island of New Providence and
known as "Old Fort", "The Wilderness" and "Char-
lotteville" respectively.
No. 61 of 1959 An Act to validate certain instruments relating
to land situate in the Island of New Providence and
known as "Old Fort", "The Wilderness" and "Char-
lotteville" respectively (No. 2).
No. 62 of 1959 An Act to validate Certain Instruments Relating
to "Shirley Heights" Sub-division in the Eastern District
of the Island of New Providence.
No. 63 of 1959 An Act to remove doubts as to the effect of a
Deed of Assent in certain circumstances.
No. 64 of 1959 An Act to remove the presumption of a resulting
trust in certain voluntary conveyances.
No. 65 of 1959 An Act to repeal The Married Women's Real
Property Act and certain provisions of the Dower Act.














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No. 66 of 1959 An Act to amend The Vaccination Act.
No. 67 of 1959 An Act to amend The Public Service (No. 6) Act.
No. 68 of 1959 An Act to amend The Pensions Act.
No. 69 of 1959 An Act to repeal and re-enact The Margaret Wil-
ton Francis Pension Act 1955.
No. 70 of 1959 An Act to amend The Old Age Pension Act 1957.
No. 71 of 1959 An Act to continue in force certain Acts which
will expire with the present Session of the Legislature.
No. 72 of 1959 An Act for the appropriation of divers sums of
money for and towards defraying the expenses of the
Government of the Bahama Islands and for other pur-
poses therein mentioned.
M.P. 520/2.

No. 172.
The subjoined Notice of Possession given under The Acqui-
sition of Land Act, Chapter 254, is published for general informa-
tion.
M.P. 12643.
NOTICE OF POSSESSION
Given Under
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND ACT
(Chapter 254)
WHEREAS by Notice No. 162 dated the 17th day of August,
1959, and published in the Official Gazette dated the 17th day
of August 1959, the Governor in Council declared that it was his
intention on behalf of the promoters the Board of Education to
acquire the land described in the Schedule hereto
AND WHEREAS His Excellency the Governor is of the
opinion that it is necessary that possession of the selected land
should be obtained by the promoters before payment is made to
the rightful claimants to the property described in the Schedule
hereto
NOW THEREFORE it is hereby notified that the selected
land has been appropriated by the promoters mentioned in the
said notice with effect from the date of this notice.
Dated the 3rd day of September, 1959.
A. G. KNOX JOHNSTON,
Acting Colonial Secretary.

SCHEDULE
All that piece parcel or lot of land at Forbes Hill, Exuma,
approximately one acre in extent and the boundaries of which
may be described as follows:-
Starting at the point where the eastern boundary of the
school meets the main road from the Ferry proceed 200 feet in an
easterly direction to a steel pipe set in a concrete pillar, thence
210 feet in a northerly direction parellel to the eastern wall of
the school lot, thence in a westerly direction parallel to the road
for 200 feet to the school wall and thence in a southerly direction
for 210 feet down the school wall to the starting point.
The foregoing notices numbered 167 to 174 are published by
command.
A. G. KNOX JOHNSTON,
Acting Colonial Secretary.














OFFICIAL GAZETTE 415

DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
20th August, 1959.
THE REMOVAL OF DEFUNCT COMPANIES ACT
TAKE NOTICE that under the provisions of The Removal
of Defunct Companies Act I have struck off the undermentioned
Company as and from the 20th day of August, 1959 on the
ground that it is no longer carrying on business or in operation.
HARPEEK, LIMITED,
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar General.



Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
20th August, 1959.
THE REMOVAL OF DEFUNCT COMPANIES ACT
TAKE NOTICE that under the provisions of The Removal
of Defunct Companies Act I have struck off the undermentioned
Company as and from the 20th day of August, 1959 on the
ground that it is no longer carrying on business or in operation.
PHILIP MARLOWE LIMITED,
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar General.


Public Board of Works,
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas,
28th August, 1959.
Tenders are invited for the construction of a road known as
COOPER'S TERRACE in the Eastern District of the Island of
New Providence. Tenders are to be submitted in sealed envelopes
and marked TENDER FOR CONSTRUCTION OF COOPER'S
TERRACE, and must reach the Clerk, Public Board of Works,
Nassau Court, not later than 12 noon on Monday 7th September
1959. Specifications and plans may be seen at the office of the
Director of Public Works at any time between the hours of 9.30
a.m. and 4.00 p.m. daily and from 9.00 a.m. to 12 noon Saturdays.
The Board reserves the right to reject any or all tenders.
By Order
JOAN D. NORTH,
Clerk Public Board of Works.



Road Traffic Authority,
August 31st, 1959.
The applications listed below for Franchises under the Road
Traffic Act 1958 have been received by the Authority.
Any person entitled to object to any application and wishing
to be heard as an objector, shall lodge two copies in writing of
his objection, stating the grounds of objection, within fourteen
days of the date of the publication of these applications to the
Road Traffic Authority.














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No. Applicant Description of Number of
Franchise Vehicles
26. Paradise Isle Real Tour Car 2 Vehicles
Estate & Travel Service
L. L. Dean, Box 5453
27. Nassau Sunshine Tours Tour Car 2 Vehicles
P.O. Box 1512.
Wilbert Moss
28. Nassau Tours Tour Cars 2 Additional
33 Frederick St. Vehicles
William Saunders
29. E. E. Munro Self Drive 3 Vehicles
Charlotte St.
Nassau
30. Acme Repair Service Self Drive 10 Additional
P.O. Box 5358 Vehicles
Winston Simms
(Sgd.) E. D. SEARS,
Controller.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas,
31st August, 1959.
THE TRADE MARKS ACT
Trade Mark No. 119
Class 43
I hereby give notice that the registration of the Trade Mark
above referred to of John Dewar & Sons, Limited, Glasgow Road,
Perth, Scotland and Dewar House, Haymarket, London, S.W.
England, registered on the 31st day of August, 1917, has been
renewed as and from the 31st day of August, 1959.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau,
31st August, 1959.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person interested in op-
posing the registration of any Mark appearing hereunder, may,
within one month from the date of this Notice, lodge, at the
Registrar General's Office, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas, a notice of op-
position, in duplicate, in the Form 7 in the Second Schedule,
Trade Mark Rules 1947.
On filing Notice of opposition, a fee of 4 is payable in re-
spect of each application opposed.
CLASS 45

MULTIVENT
3135
Application No. 3135 in Class 45 in respect of cigarettes, tobacco
and cigars.
Applicants:- Rembrandt Tobacco Corporation (Overseas) Limit-
ed, having a place of business at Rembrandt Building,
Bird Street, Stellenbosch, Cape Province, Union of
South Africa, Manufacturers and Merchants, trading as
Rembrandt Tobacco Corporation (Overseas) Limited
who claim to be the proprietors of the above mark.














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Applicants' Agent and Address for service in the Bahamas:-
Harry B. Sands, Esq., of Chambers, The Canadian Bank
of Commerce Building, Bay Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Date of Application 24th August, 1959.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar General.

Registrar General's Office,
31st August, 1959.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person interested in op-
posing the registration of any Mark appearing hereunder, may,
within one month from the date of this Notice, lodge, at the Reg-
istrar General's Office, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas, a notice of oppo-
sition, in duplicate, in the Form 7 in the Second Schedule, Trade
Mark Rules 1947.
On filing Notice of opposition, a fee of 4 is payable in re-
spect of each application opposed.
CLASS 48


FINAL TOUCH
3136
Application No. 3136 in Class 48 in respect of Perfumery (includ-
ing toilet articles, preparations for the teeth and hair,
and perfumed soap) and all other perfumery products
in Class 48.
Applicants:- Maria del Carmen Adolfina Fernandez Llorens,
Adolfina Concepcion Caballero Fernandez, Maria Isabel
de la Concepcion Caballero Fernandez and Luis Guil-
lermo Caballero Fernandez of Calzada del Cerro No.
1405 in the City of Havana, Cuba, a firm of Cuba trad-
ing as Manufacturers who claim to be the proprietors of
the above mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address for service in the Bahamas:-
Useph Baker, Esq., of Chambers, Bay Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Date of Application:- 25th August, 1959.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar General.


Police Headquarters,
Nassau, Bahamas,
1st September, 1959.
On Friday, 4th September, 1959, the Police Band will "Beat
Retreat" on that portion of Bay Street, between East and Parlia-
ment Streets.
For this purpose Bay Street, between East Street and Par-
liament Street will be closed to vehicular traffic from 5.45 p.m.
to 6.45 p.m. During this period that portion of Shirley Street be-
tween East Street and Parlament Street will be open to two way
traffic.
Parliament Street will be open to North bound traffic and
East Street between Bay Street and Shirley Street, will be open
to South bound traffic. East Street Slip will be open to North
and South bound traffic. No parking will be allowed on:














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(a) That portion of Shirley Street between East and Par-
liament Streets.
(b) East Street Slip.
E. J. H. COLCHESTER-WEMYSS
Commissioner of Police.


Road Traffic Authority,
Bahamas,
September 2nd, 1959.
The Public Meeting of the Road Traffic Authority will be
held in the Magistrate's Court at 4.00 p.m. on September 8th,
1959.
Applicants for Franchises or their representatives are requir-
ed to attend.
Any person objecting to the granting of any Franchise who
has given notice in writing of such objection to the Controller and
who is otherwise qualified to object will be heard together with
any witnesses he may wish to call.
(Signed) E. D. SEARS,
Controller.

BOARD OF EDUCATION SCHOOLS
All Board of Education Schools will re-open at 9.00 a.m. on
Monday, 7th September, 1959.
It is particularly requested that the parents of children en-
tering school for the first time should produce Birth or Baptismal
Certificates, where available, so that the official date of birth of
each child may be recorded.
Announcements concerning Continuation Classes will be
made next week.


BOARD OF EDUCATION
SUPPLY TEACHERS
The problem of adequate staffing of Board of Education
Schools is complicated by the temporary absence of members of
the regular teaching staff on sick or maternity leave.
In an effort to relieve this situation, the Board of Education
is compiling a list of applicants who will be eligible for employ-
ment on a short-term basis as replacements; and applications are
invited from persons who wish to have their names added to that
list.
Salary will be according to age, qualification and experience.
Further information and application forms may be obtained from
die Education Office.

No. 59/1959.
In the Estate of Herman De Voe also known as Hermon De Voe
and Herman De Veaux late of the City of Miami in the State
of Florida, one of the United States of America, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that after the expiration of Four-
teen days from the date hereof application will be made to the
Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands on its Probate Side by
[ames Ernald Morley of the Southern District in the Island of
New Providence one of the said Bahama Islands for the re-sealing
Af Letters of Administration with the Will annexed de bonis non















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of the said late Herman De Voe also known as Hermon De Voe
and Herman De Veaux, granted by the Judges Court of the
County of Dade in the State of Florida to Clofield Williams on
the 22nd day of November, 1958.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar.
3rd September, 1959.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 165/1959.
WHEREAS Thomas Swain of the Settlement of Bluff Point
on the Island of Abaco, Farmer, has made application to the
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for
letters of Administration of the real and personal estates of Amos
Swain, late of the Settlement of Bluff Point on the Island of Aba-
co, Farmer, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the expiration of fourteen days from
the date hereof.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
3rd September. 1959.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 172/1959.
WHEREAS William McPherson Christie of the Eastern Dis-
trict in the Island of New Providence has made application to the
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for
letters of Administration of the real and personal estates of James
R. Cooper, late of the Settlement of Savannah Sound in the Island
of Eleuthera, Farmer, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the expiration of fourteen days from
the date hereof.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
3rd September, 1959.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 178/1959.
WHEREAS James Alexander Eve of the Eastern District
in the Island of New Providence has made application to the Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters
of Administration de bonis non of the real and personal estates
cf Joseph Alexander Eve, late of the Eastern District in the Is-
land of New Providence, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the expiration of fourteen days from
the date hereof.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
3rd September, 1959.















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IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 184/1959.
WHEREAS Samuel A. B. Smith, Jr. of the Western District
in the Island of New Providence has made application to the
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for let-
ters of Administration of the real and personal estates of Louise
Beatrice Smith, late of the Southern District in the Island of New
Providence, Married Woman, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the expiration of fourteen days from
the date hereof.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
3rd September, 1959.

Nassau, Bahamas,
September 3rd 1959.
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
NASSAU
Applications are invited for vacancies in the Common User
Class (Clerks) as follows:-
DEPT. OF LABOUR
Confidential Stenographer:
Salary within the range of 720-1390 p.a.
MEDICAL DEPT.
Receiving Officer
Initial salary in the range of 450-970. Some knowledge
of accounts is necessary.
TREASURY DEPT.
Clerks (Male)
Some experience essential. Initial salary in the range of
450-970.
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
Confidential Secretary
Salary up to 1390 p.a. Good knowledge of office rou-
tine and filing essential. Excellent prospects.
PORT & MARINE
Typist
Salary in the range of 450-970.
POST OFFICE
Trainee Clerk (Male)
190-440 if under 20.
450-670 if over 20.
SECRETARIAT
One Clerk (Male)
Salary in the range of 450-970.
TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEPT.
Three Clerks (Male)
Salary in the range of 450-970.
also CIVIL AVIATION
Crash Crew
Salary in the range of 590-720.















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Final applications will close at 12 noon on Monday, 14th
September 1959. Application Forms may be obtained at the of-
fice of the Commission in the House of Myers (ground floor) on
the corer of Bay Street and Victoria Avenue and when returned
should be accompanied by three recent testimonials from re-
sponsible persons.
A. W. FRISBY,
Chairman,
Civil Service Commission,
P.O. Box 581,
Nassau, Bahamas.


Department of Agriculture,
Nassau, Bahamas,
3rd September, 1959.
Tenders are invited for the purchase of Government truck
No. 83 which may be inspected during the hours of 8.00 a.m.
to 4.00 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Experimental Station,
Chippingham.
Tenders should be submitted not later than the 17th of Sep-
tember in sealed envelopes addressed to the Director of Agricul-
ture and marked "Tender for truck".
The right is reserved to reject any or all tenders.
O. S. RUSSELL,
Director of Agriculture.

Public Board of Works,
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas,
September 4th 1959.
The public is hereby notified that the Public Works Depart-
ment will remove and dispose of the heavy concrete slabs now
lying on the Deveaux Street abutment if they are not claimed and
removed within ten days of the publication of this notice.
By Order,
JOAN D. NORTH,
Clerk Public Board of Works.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas,
4th September, 1959.
THE TRADE MARKS ACT
Trade Mark No. 1350
Class 17
I hereby give notice that the registration of the Trade Mark
above referred to of Esso Standard Oil, S.A., c/o P.O. Box 697,
registered on the 4th day of September, 1945, has been renewed
as and from the 4th day of September, 1959.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar General.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas,
4th September, 1959.
THE TRADE MARKS ACT
Trade Mark No. 1351
Class 1
I hereby give notice that the registration of the Trade Mark
above referred to of Esso Standard Oil, S.A. c/o P.O. Box 697,














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registered on the 4th day of September, 1945, has been renewed
as and from the 4th day of September, 1959.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar General.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 110/1959.
WHEREAS Lillian Gibson of the Eastern District in the Is-
land of New Providence has made application to the Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters of Admin-
istration with the Will annexed of the real and personal estates
of James Alfred McBride, late of the Eastern District of the Is-
land of New Providence, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the expiration of fourteen days from
the date hereof.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
4th September, 1959.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 167/1959.
WHEREAS William McPherson Christie of the Eastern Dis-
trict in the Island of New Providence has made application to
the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for
letters of Administration with the Will annexed of the real and
personal estates of Edwin Gideon Albury, late of Eastern District
of the Island of New Providence, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the expiration of fourteen days from
the date hereof.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
4th September, 1959.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 175/1959.
WHEREAS James Arnold Roberts of the Settlement of
Cherokee Sound on Great Abaco, has made application to the
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for
letters of Administration of the real and personal estates of Amos
Roberts Junior, late of the Settlement of Cherokee Sound on
Great Abaco, Farmer, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the expiration of fourteen days from
the date hereof.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
4th September, 1959.















OFFICIAL GAZETTE


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 193/1959.
WHEREAS Elaine Russell of the Eastern District in the Is-
land of New Providence has made application to the Chief Jus-
tice of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters of
Administration with the Will annexed of the real and personal
estates of Thomas Edwin Russell, late of Dunmore Town, Har-
bour Island, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the expiration of fourteen days from
the date hereof.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
4th September, 1959.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 196/1959.
WHEREAS Henry A. Gibson of Wemyss Bight in the Island
of Eleuthera has made application to the Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters of Administra-
tion of the real and personal estates of Latecia Ann Gibson late
of the Eastern District of the Island of New Providence, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the expiration of fourteen days from
the date hereof.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
4th September, 1959.


Registrar General's Office
5th September, 1959.
The following Minister of Religion having been duly regis-
tered shall be deemed to be appointed a Marriage Officer of the
Colony, with effect from the 26th August, 1959:-
Rev. Ephraim A. Beckford Church of God,
Cooper's Terrace,
Nassau, Bahamas.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Acting Registrar General.
















SUPPLEMENT TO THE


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU September 5, 1959 36

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
No. 173.
The subjoined Regulations made under The Colonial Air
Navigation Order 1955 are published for general information.
M.P. 9841C
REGULATIONS
Made Under
THE COLONIAL AIR NAVIGATION ORDER 1955
In exercise of the powers conferred upon him by Article 68
of The Colonial Air Navigation Order, 1955, as amended, the
Governor hereby makes the following Regulations.
1. These Regulations may be cited as the Air Navigation
(General)(Amerrdment) Regulations, 1959 and shall be read as
one with the Air Navigation (General) Regulations 1956, as
amended (hereinafter referred to as the principal Regulations).








2. The principal Regulations are hereby amended as follows:
(a) by deleting from the interpretation section the definition
of the word "night" and substituting therefore the fol-
lowing:
""Night" means the hours of darkness between
sunset 'and sunrise";
(b) by deleting from sub-paragraph (1)(a) of Regulation 26
the word and figures "Rule 73" and substituting therefore
the word and figures "Rule 72";
(c) by deleting Regulations 33 and 34 and substituting
therefore the following:
"33. With reference to Article 17 of the Colonial
Air Navigati6n Order a public transport aeroplane hay-
ing no performance group classification in the certificate
of airworthiness relating to the aeroplane issued or
rendered valid by the Governor shall not fly or attempt
to fly unless the following conditions are satisfed:-
(1) The weight and performance of the aeroplane at. the
commencement of the take-off run are such that either:
(a) The wing loading of the aeroplane does not
exceed 20 lb. per square foot; or
(b) the stalling speed of the aeroplane in the land-
ing configuration does not exceed 60 knots; or
(c) the aeroplane, with any one of its engines in-
Soperative and the remaining engine or engines op-
erating within the maximum continuous power con-
ditions specified in the certificate of air worthiness,
performance schedule or flight manual relating to
the aeroplane issued or rendered valid by the Gov-
ernor, shall be capable of a gradient of climb of at
least 1 in 200, at an altitude of 5,000 feet above
mean sea level in air having a temperature of 5.1'
centigrade and a pressure of 843 millibars:
Provided that aeroplanes which comply with (a) or (b),
but not (c), shall not, fly or attempt to fly at night or
when the cloud ceiling and visibility prevailing at the
departure aerodrome and forecast for the estimated time
of landing at the aerodrome of intended landing and at
the alternate aerodrome are less than 1,000 feet and 1
mile respectively, unless the weight and performance at
the commencement of the take-off run are such that the
aeroplane, with one engine inoperative and the remain-
ing engines, if any, operating at the maximum continuous
power conditions specified in the certificate of air-
worthiness, performance schedule, or flight manual re-
lating to the. aeroplane issued or rendered valid by the
Governor, will be capable of a gradient of climb of at
least 1 in 200, at an altitude of 2,500 feet in standard
temperature.
(2) The weight of the aeroplane at the commencement of
the take-off run does not exceed any of the following
weights:








1. This Order may be cited as the Customs Duties (Tomato
Paste) Order, 1959.
2. With effect from the 18th September, 1959 the duties of
customs on tomato paste shall be as set out in the minimum col-
umn of Part I of the Second Schedule to the Tariff Act, 1959.
3. The Customs Duties (Tomato Paste) Order, 1956 is here-
by cancelled.
Ordered in Council this 5th day of September, 1959.
A. G. KNOX JOHNSTON,
Acting Clerk to the Executive Council.








such documents having been issued or rendered valid
by the Governor, such assessment shall be based on the
best information available to the pilot of the aircraft.";
(e) by revoking Regulations 55, 56 and 57;
(f) by deleting from Regulation 61 the words "by referring
to the entry thereof contained in the journey log book";
(g) by revoking Regulation 62 and substituting therefore the
following:
"62. Entries in the personal flying log book
shall be made at latest within 24 hours after the
events to which they relate, and shall be made in
the aircraft, engnie or variable-pitch propeller log
book at latest within 24 hours after the return of the
aircraft to its station.";
(h) by deleting the heading to Part VII of the Regulations
and substituting therefore the heading "Carriage of Per-
sonnel.";
(i) by deleting from Regulation 64 the words "the mem-
bers of the operating crew" and substituting therefore the
words "the personnel";
(j) by inserting after Regulation 68 the following:
"Carriage of a steward.
68A. When a public transport aircraft is carry-
ing in flight twenty or more passengers, the person-
nel of the aircraft shall include a steward or steward-
ess for the purpose of performing in the interest of
the safety of passengers duties to be assigned by the
operator or the person in command of the aircraft,
but who shall not act as pilot, flight navigator,
flight engineer or flight radio operator of the air-
craft.";
(k) by deleting from sub-paragraphs (2)(a) and (b) of Regu-
lation 71 the figures and words "35 years of age" and
substituting therefore the figures and words "40 years of
age".
Made at Nassau this 1st day of September, 1959.
Sgd. O. R. ARTHUR,
Governor.

No. 174.
The subjoined Order in Council made under The Tariff Act
1959 is published for general information.
M.P. 1649/II.
ORDER IN COUNCIL
Made Under
THE TARIFF ACT 1959
In exercise of the powers conferred upon the Governor in
Coucil by section 9(1) of the Tariff Act, 1959, the following Order
is hereby made:








mated time of landing, in not more than 80 per cent
of the landing distance available.
34. (1) In assessing the ability of the aeroplane to satisfy
conditions (2)(b) and (2)(c) of Regulation 33 regard shall be had
to the effect on its performance of the following factors:
(a) the height above mean sea level of the aero-
drome;
(b) the air temperature at the time of the take-off,
or a temperature approved in respect of the aero-
drome by the Governor; or, if the aeroplane has a
maximum total weight authorised in the certificate
of airworthiness not exceeding 12,500 lb. and
complies with Regulation 33(1)(a) or (1)(b), the
amount by which the air temperature at the time
of take off or a temperature approved in respect of
the aerodrome by the Governor, exceeds by more
than 15" centigrade the temperature of the interna-
tional standard atmosphere appropriate to the
height above mean sea level of the aerodrome,
from time to time specified in a publication issued
by the Governor.
(2) In assessing the ability of the aeroplane to satisfy con-
ditions (6)(b) and (6)(c) of Regulation 33 regard shall be
had to the effect on performance of the height above
mean sea level of the aerodrome";
(d) by adding after Regulation 41 the following new Regu-
lation as 41A:
"Requirements as to flights over water by
public transport flying machines
41A. (1) With reference to paragraph (6) of Ar-
ticle 17 of the Order a public transport flying machine
when flying over water on or after the 1st day of March,
1956, shall fly, except as may be necessary for the pur-
pose of take-off or landing, at such an altitude as would
enable the aircraft
(a) if it has one engine only, in the event of the
failure of that engine,
(b) if it has more than one engine, in the event of
the failure of one of those engines and with the re-
maining engine or engines operating within the
maximum continuous power conditions specified in
the certificate of airworthiness, performance sched-
ule or flight manual relating to the aircraft, to reach
a place at which it can safely land at a height suf-
ficient to enable it to do so.
(2) The assessment of the ability of a public transport fly-
ing machine to comply with paragraph (1) of this Regu-
lation shall be based on the information as to its per-
formance contained in the certificate of airworthiness,
performance schedule or flight manual relating to the
aircraft. In the event of the information given therein
being insufficient for that purpose or in the event of no








engine, or engines, operating within the maximum
continuous power conditions specified in the cer-
tificate of airworthiness, performance schedule, or
flight manual relating to the aeroplane, issued or
rendered valid by the Governor, be capable of con-
tinuing the flight, having regard to the temperature
and wind conditions expected for the flight, main-
taining a height of at least 1,000 feet above obstacles
within 10 miles either side of the intended track,
to an aerodrome at which a safe landing can be
made.
(6) The weight of the aeroplane at the intended time of
landing calculated by deducting the estimated weight
of the fuel expected to be used on the flight from its
weight at the commencement of the take-off run will
not exceed any of the following weights:
(a) the weights if any specified in the performance
schedule or flight manual relating to the aeroplane
issued or rendered valid by the Governor, as the
maximum landing weights appropriated either to
the heights above mean sea level of, and the air
temperatures forecast for the estimated times of
landing at, the aerodrome at which it is intended
to land and any alternate aerodrome, or to the
heights above mean sea level of such aerodromes;
(b) the weight at which the aeroplane is capable
of landing safely in still air conditions is not more
than 70 per cent of the landing distance available
at the aerodrome at which it is intended to land or
at any alternate aerodrome; or, if the aeroplane has
a total maximum weight authorised in the cer-
tificate of airworthiness not exceeding 12,500 lb. and
complies with either condition (1)(a) or condition
(1)(b) hereof and a visual approach and landing will
be possible in the meteorological conditions fore-
cast for the estimated time of landing, in not more
than 80 per cent of the landing distance available;
(c) the weight at which the aeroplane is capable of
landing safely in the wind conditions forecast for
the estimated time of landing, regard being had to
not more than 50 per cent of the forecast wind com-
ponent opposite to the direction of landing, or to
not less than 150 per cent of the forecast wind
component in the direction of landing, in not more
than 70 per cent of the landing distance available
at the aerodrome at which it is intended to land or
at any alternate aerodrome; or, if the aeroplane has
a total maximum weight authorised in the certificate
of airworthiness not exceeding 12,500 lb. and com-
plies with either condition (1)(a) or (1)(b) hereof and
a visual approach and landing will be possible in
the meteorological conditions forecast for the esti-








(4) The aeroplane will, in the meteorological conditions
expected for the flight, at any point on its route or any
planned diversion therefrom, be capable of climbing at
a gradient of at least 1 in 50, with all engines operating
within the maximum continuous power conditions speci-
fied in the certificate of airworthiness, performance
schedule or flight manual relating to the aeroplane is-
sued or rendered valid by the Governor, at the following
altitudes:-
(a) The minimum altitudes for safe flight on each
stage of the route to be flown or of any planned
diversion therefrom, stated in, or calculated from the
information contained in, the operations manual;
(b) the minimum altitudes on each stage of the
route to be flown or of any planned diversion there-
from at which it is necessary to fly to ensure that,
in the event of one engine becoming inoperative
and with the other engine or engines, if any operat-
ing within the maximum continuous power condi-
tions specified in the certificate of airworthiness,
performance schedule or flight manual relating to
the aeroplane issued or rendered valid by the Gov-
ernor, the aeroplane is capable of continuing the
flight so as to reach a point above
(i) an aerodrome at which a safe landing can
be made at a height suitable for such
landing; or
(ii) if the aeroplane has a maximum total
weight authorised in its certificate of air-
worthiness not exceeding 12,500 lb.. and
complies with either condition (1)(a) or
condition (1)(b) hereof, a place at which
a safe landing can be made at a height
suitable for such landing.
(5) If on the route to be flown or on any planned diversion
therefrom the aeroplane will be engaged in a flight over
water:
(a) during which at any time it may be more than
30 minutes flying time in still air from the nearest
shore it will, in the event of one engine becoming
inoperative during such time and with the other
engine or engines, if any, operating within the maxi-
mum continuous power conditions specified in the
certificate of airworthiness, performance schedule,
or flight manual relating to the aeroplane, issued or
rendered valid by the Governor, be capable of
climbing at a gradient of at least 1 in 200 at an al-
titude of 5,000 feet in standard temperature.
(b) during which at any time it may be more than
90 minutes flying time in still air from the nearest
shore, it will, in the event of two engines becoming
inoperative during such time and with the other








manual relating to the aeroplane issued or
rendered valid by the Governor, of clear-
ing vertically by 35 feet any obstacle the
horizontal distance from which to the near-
est point on the ground below the intend-
ed line of flight of the aeroplane does not
exceed 200 feet plus half the wing span
of the aeroplane plus one eighth of the
horizontal distance from the end of the
emergency distance available or 5,000
feet whichever is less. In making this as-
sessment it may be assumed that the take-
off flight path ascertained by reference to
the performance schedule or flight manual
relating to the aeroplane issued or ren-
dered valid by the Governor, commences
at the end of the take-off distance requir-
ed, and that the aeroplane may alter its
heading, provided that if the alteration of
heading exceed 15" obstacle clearance dur-
ing the turn shall be at least 100 feet.
(3) The aeroplane will, in the meteorological conditions
expected for the flight in the event of one engine be-
coming inoperative at any point on its route or on any
planned diversion therefrom and with the other engine
or engines, if any, operating within the maximum con-
tinuous power conditions specified in the certificate of
airworthiness, performance schedule or flight manual re-
lating to the aeroplane issued or rendered valid by the
Governor, be capable.
(a) of continuing the flight, maintaining a height
above obstacles within 10 nautical miles either side
of the intended track of
(i) 1,000 feet or
(ii) where the one engine inoperative climb
gradient of the aeroplane, ascertained by
reference to its certificate of airworthiness,
performance schedule, or flight manual
relating to the aeroplane issued or render-
ed valid by the Governor, is less than zero,
2,000 feet, to an aerodrome at which it can
comply with Regulation 33(6) and, on ar-
rival over such aerodrome, have a gradient
of climb of 1 in 200 at 1,500 feet above
the elevation of the aerodrome:
(b) if the aeroplane has a maximum total weight
authorised in the certificate of airworthiness not ex-
ceeding 12,500 lb., and complies with either
condition (1)(a) or (1)(b) hereof, of continuing the
flight to a point above a place at which a safe land-
ing can be made at a suitable height for such a land-
ing.








(a) The weight, if any, specified in the performance
schedule or flight manual relating to the aeroplane
issued or rendered valid by the Governor as being
the maximum take-off weight appropriate either to
the height above mean sea level of and the air
temperature at the aerodrome at which the take-off
is to be made, or to the height above mean sea level
of such aerodrome;
(b) the weight at which the aeroplane, with all
engines operating within the maximum take-off
power conditions specified in the certificate of air-
worthiness, performance schedule or flight manual
relating to the aeroplane issued or rendered valid
by the Governor, is capable of attaining a height of
50 feet within the following distance:
(i) if the aeroplane has one or two engines-
the take-off run available or 75 per cent of
the emergency distance available, which-
ever is the less, at the aerodrome at which
the take-off is to be made;
(ii) if the aeroplane has more than two engines
-the take-off run available or 85 per cent
of the emergency distance available,
whichever is the less, at the aerodrome at
which the take-off is to be made;
(c) the weight at which the aeroplane is capable,
after passing the end of the emergency distance
available:
(i) in the case of an aeroplane whose maxi-
mum total weight authorised in the cer-
tificate of airworthiness is 12,500 lb. or less,
and which satisfies conditions (l)(a) or
(1)(b) with all engines operating within the
maximum take-off power conditions speci-
fied in the certificate of airworthiness, per-
formance schedule, or flight manual relat-
ing to the aeroplane issued or rendered
valid by the Governor, of clearing by a
safe vertical distance any obstacle, the
horizontal distance from which to the
nearest point on the ground below the in-
tended line of flight does not exceed 200
feet plus half the wing span of the aero-
plane;
(ii) in the case of an aeroplane whose maxi-
mum total weight authorised in the cer-
tificate of airworthiness exceeds 12,500 lb.
or which cannot satisfy conditions (1)(a) or
(1)(b) with one engine inoperative and the
remaining engine or engines operating
within the maximum take- off power con-
ditions specified in the certificate of air-
worthiness, performance schedule, or flight




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