A file of documents relating to the reservation of occupations. Subjects discussed in the file include the withdrawal of the reservation of postgraduate engineering students; the reservation status of accountants, workers in the newspaper and periodical industry, hairdressers, and cast-stone and cast-concrete producers; the deferment of the calling-up of men recently registered for National Service; and amendments to the ages of reservation for certain occupations. These occupations include iron and steel moulders and founders; workers in the paper, board, and container trades; wool and worsted textile trade workers; clog-makers and -repairers; typewriter and office supply manufacturers; meat processers and preservers; fish curers and preservers; and jam and preserve producers. Other occupations discussed include rubber-stamp makers; sugar confectionary makers; photogravure supply makers; retail offal traders; glass-cutters; baryte miners; wholesale distributers of grain for domestic consumption; match manufacturers; and asbestos openers, spinners, and weavers.
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