The West Indies Gazette
VOL. 4 FRIDAY, 13TH OCTOBER, 1961 No. 42
TABLE OF CONTENTS
No. SUBJECT MATTER PAGE No. SUBJECT MATTER PAGE
126 Appointment of Temporary Judge of the Federal 128 United States Deputy Consul-General ... ... 86
Supreme Court ... ... ... ... 85 129 United States Vice-Consul ... ... ... 86
127 United States Special Representative ... ... 85
APPOINTMENT OF TEMPORARY JUDGE OF THE FEDERAL SUPREME COURT
THE Instrument appointing SIR DONALD JACKSON, Kt., to be a temporary Judge of the Federal Supreme Court
is hereby published for general information.
By His Excellency JOHN STANLEY MORDECAI, Commander of
THE WEST INDIES St. Michael and St. George, Acting Governor-General
and Commander-in-Chief of The West Indies, &c., &c.
J. B. MORDECAI
To: SIR DONALD JACKSON, Kt.
WHEREAS by paragraph (1) of article 77 of the Constitution of The West Indies provision is made for the
appointment, in the event of the office of any Federal Justice being vacant, of a person qualified for appoint-
ment as a Federal Justice to be temporarily a judge of the Federal Supreme Court:
And whereas an office of Federal Justice is vacant :
Now therefore, I the said JOHN STANLEY MORDECAI, in pursuance of the power conferred on me by the
said article and of all other powers me thereunto enabling, do appoint you the said SIR DONALD JACKSON, Kt.
as from the twelfth day of October, one thousand nine hundred and sixty-one to be temporarily a judge of
the Federal Supreme Court to hold office, and to have and exercise all the functions and authority appertain-
ing to that office in accordance with the provision of the Constitution of The West Indies.
Given under my Hand and the Public Seal of The West
Indies this 12th day of October, 1961, in the Tenth
Year of Her Majesty's reign.
By His Excellency's Command
O. E. HENRY
Secretary to the Governor-General
UNITED STATES SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE
His EXCELLENCY the Acting Governor-General has been pleased to accord provisional recognition to the
Honourable IVAN B. WHITE, United States Special Representative to The West Indies and Chief of the United
States Mission in Port-of-Spain, as Consul-General of the United States of America at Port-of-Spain, Trinidad,
within the district comprising the Territories of Antigua, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, St. Kitts-Nevis-
Anguilla, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and Trinidad and Tobago.
THE WEST INDIES GAZETTE
[Oct. 13, 1961]'
UNITED STATES QIPUTYI CONSUL-GENERAL
His EXCELLENCY the Acting Governor-General has been pleased to accord provisional recognition to
MR. WILLIAM H. CHRISTENSEN in his capacity as Deputy Consul-General of the United States at Port-of-Spain,
UNITED STATES VICE-CONSUL
ADVICE has been: received from the Secretary of State for the Colonies that the Exequatur empowering
MR. ALBERT N. DEMOTT to act as Vice-Consul of the United States at Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, received'
Her Majesty's signature on 2nd August, 1961.
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, TRINIDAD, W.I.-1961.