1. FROM ROBERT CHASE TOWNSEND A FOR­MI­DA­BLE AMER­I­CAN COR­PO­RATE DOC­TOR WHO RE­VI­TAL­IZED AVIS RENT-A-CAR COM­PANY

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and sold it to ITT in 1965 for a stag­ger­ing pile, and then pur­sued a spec­tac­u­larly suc­cess­ful and un­bor­ing ca­reer re­sus­cu­tat­ing mori­bund busi­nesses, turn­ing losses into prof­its, and manag­ing un­man­age­able cor­po­rate sit­u­a­tions “AT THE TIME “such as 20th CENTUARY-FOX, AMER­I­CAN EX­PRESS , Dun and Brad­street and oth­ers. Born July 30 1920 in Wash­ing­ton, D.C. U.S.A. Died Jan­uary 1998 in An­guilla, B.O.T. CARIBBEAN.

He wrote many ex­ec­u­tive books on man­age­ment and cau­tions: “Two sim­ple tactics have been de­vised and time­tested in large or­ga­ni­za­tions to head off this threat of personal and cor­po­rate li­a­bil­i­ties, “Make sure that the board is com­posed partly of out­siders and partly of ex­ec­u­tives of the com­pany “50/50% with the cast­ing vote vested with the ex­ec­u­tives.

2. FROM JOB called Jashub in the book of Num­bers (26:24 ) was the third son of Is­sachar one of the twelve sons of Jacob, whose name de­rives from the Jashu­bites, was the fa­ther of seven sons and three daugh­ters was the weaithest man in the East in the land of Uz. Jacob a bil­lion­aire in his days says: “Look on every one that is proud, and bring him low; and tread down the wicked in their place “Job 40:12

Pro­vided by Ambassador (ret’d)Sir James Michael Ah Koy KBE, PAPALII, OBE, OF

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