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Call 3-4152 for Demonstration. i tMl^vJ^Mrt'wU Sm** 5"t Cop,,^« W5 bi Jot," * v am fc,co«4 xxxi AT 10:55 p. m. the maindeck .orridors and stairv.-ay were thronged with white-garbed sailors. They looked puzzled and frightened. Then, one by one, the cabin doors opened and ' Viggo Sand and his disastrous selection of shipmates paraded below-stairs to the brightly i lighted lounge. Since nothing Lynch did, however swi/t his decision might seem to be, was ever impromptu, 1 was puzzled by the place he chose to sit—the cushioned, enveloping corner of a.big divan. . near an end table on which stood . a French hand phone. By a trick of letting the silence become absolute, then snapping i out a name in a kind of brisk ' bark, he made his victims jump. No one who begins a conversa- i tion with « nervous start begins • with an advantage. "Mr. Sand!" : "Yes?" Sand jerked. "In New York Mr. Deane and : I made an understanding with ':you. The basis of that under• standing was that on this voy- 'age we would do our utmost to \ protect your interests. You must ; know that the fulfillment of that 1 agreement still remains our first !, consideration." i 'So-o-o-o?" i "Quite. During the post week '. certain events beyond our con- ,trol have unavoidably altered, Khali I say, the shape, th« n«; lure of that interest." ' Vlggo Sand nodded. "As of this moment, however," 'Lynch continued, "your interest ;is quite clear. It Is to bring thl« i affair with all Us ramifications 'into the open. Thin leave your ! refutation without stain. If you .will follow my guidance I think 'you can gain credit in quarter* '(which In the future you might iflnd useful to you. The recovery i.tt the gold, except by the Bwet public and official means, you now recognize has become impossible." Again, grudgingly, Viggo Sand inclined his head. "The communications of the Vitioria are famous. I should like to speak with Port au Prince. Possibly London. It is one reason why I have kept you waiting. I assure you it is relevant." Lynch took the French phone at his elbow off its cradle and extended it. Sand rose, gurgled into it for a moment in what I took to be one of the Scandinavian languages and handed it back to Lynch. "Get me. the British Legation in Port au Prince, please. I should like to speak to the code cleric. Tell them it is Bertram Lynch here." At the words "British Legation" Viggo' Sand had suddenly stiffened and blown out his breath in an almost inaudible "pouf." Viggo, as I have had occasion to observe before, was no fool. Many things which had puzzled him were now answered. Only Lily Wyndam seemed to find the proceedings thus far in no way disappointing. Her gray eyes were bright with interest. THE'connection came through surprisingly fast. Lynch sat forward. "Are you there? Bertram Lynch here. Captain Heraux of tha Haitian Gendarmerie sent you seme messages for forward- inf to London. Replies in yet? Got 'em decoded? Good. Read them to me, please. . . . What? No question of security's in- volvwl. Ol course I'm who ! say I ami ... Hlfht Right . . . AJ wtll to b* cautious!" All cyM wtre on him. "PlbbM .. . !U(ht. ... Pa Souhani. . . . Unknown? . . . Oh, 1 see. . . - And Dr. Lund. . . . Right. . . . Bight. . . . Thank you very much." Again Lynch dangled the, phone away from his head. He directed a quick nod toward Dr. Lund. 'Congratulations, Doctor. A distinguished record." "Thank you." A crackling made Lynch lift the phone again. "Sir Charles? Lynch here. Sorry to turn you out. But since it falls in your area I fancied you'd like to know. Two metric tons of gold in coins and ingots are at the bottom of the sea off the Mole St. Nicolas. Close inshore and location definitely known. The property formerly of the German National Socialist Government. . . ..What? ... Of course it's not the heat! . , . I'll send a full report tonight to London through the Legation. . . . Have a look at it." And Lynch put the receiver down. • • • LYNCH maddeningly took his time. He lit a cigarct. "This voyage," he said, "as'yon all must realize, began with a false premise. With the foolish belief that a large sum in gold which the Nazi government managed to spirit out of Germany under the noses of the victors could he privately recovered. Then returned, to .the uses of the now illegal ^National Socialist Party. With tne deduction of a handsome profit for our host. That fond belief has now been dissipated. Mr. Sand has realized his own involvement in so questionable an affair was ill judged. With his full cooperation the present whereabouts of the treasure will be. duly reported to my government In London, and thence communicated to the other interested powers. "I have little doubt that with proper engineering equipment the chests can be recovered. It will then become the business of diplomats and lawyers to •diudl- rate who hai the bait title to them. (Happily, that ii m concern at mine." 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