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Publication Date: February 24, 1976
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 12: Post Office (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations. 1976
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 13: Aid to Pioneer Industries (Percy Simmons) Manufacture of Furniture) Order, 1976
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 FEBRUARY, 1976.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES


No. 21.
DEPAR'nTENT OF AGRICULTURE MINISTRY OF
TRADE & AGRICULTURE

CHOOSE A CAREER IN AGRICULTURE

Applications are invited for vacant posts of
Agricultural Instructor from both male and
female citizens of the State who are over 17
years.
The science of Agriculture has many facets
and successful applicants will be encouraged to
find and satisfy their own particular interest in
the field by on-the-job training in the first in-
stance and later through study opportunities
abroad if they show dedication to the profession.
Qualifications:
Applicants without a secondary education will
be considered if they are good practical agricul-
turalists and of the right personality, but those
having passes in Botany, Biology or Zoology,
Chemistry, Mathematics and English at Ordin-
ary or Advanced Level G.C.E. would start with
an advantage.
Appointment:
The appointment is pensionable and will be
for a probationary period of two (2) years .in
the first instance.
Salary:
Salary will be paid in the scale V 40 20
$1,680 X $60 $1,800 X- $120 $2,520 X $180
$3,600.








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Incremental credit will be granted for rele-
vant G.C.E. subjects in excess of either English
Language or Mathematics.
Applications giving full particulars of age,
education and experience and accompanied bjr
a birth certificate, certificates of educational
qualifications and two (2) recent testimonials
should reach the Chief Personnel Officer, Service
Commissions Department, Kingstown, not later
than 5th .March, 1976.
Persons who have applied before and still wish
to be considered should refer to their applica-
tions and state that they are still interested.
10th February, 1976.


No. 5.
VACANT POST OF SENIOR MEDICAL OFFICER,
ST. VINCENT
Applications are invited from suitably quali-
fied persons for the vacant post of Senior Medical
Officer, Ministry of Health, Housing, Community
Development &* Local Government, St. Vincent.
Qualifications: Medical qualifications regis-
trable in the United Kingdom, including a
qualification and experience in Public Health.
Experience in a similar post in the Caribbean
would be an asset.
Salary and Allowances: The appointment mnay
:be on a permanent and pensionable basis or on
contract for a period of two to three years and


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16 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 FEBRUARY, 1976.-(No. 11).


will be subject to medical fitness. Salary $13,200
E.C., plus pay addition of $900 per annum along
with Overseas Service Aid Scheme allowances
where the successful candidate qualifies for
these. If on contract 25% of salary is payable
as gratuity on successful completion. Private
practice is not allowed, but an allowance of 25%
of salary is payable in lieu thereof. A trans-
port allowance is attached to the post.

Passages: Free passages in the case of a
contract, return passages will be provided for
the officer, his wife and children not exceeding
.ix persons in all. Children must be under 18
years of age, unmarried and dependent on the
officer.

O arters: If Government quarters are avail-
able these will be rented to the officer at a rentalI
not exceeding 121/,2% of salary up to a maximum
of $100 per month. An OSAS officer will be
eligible for furnished quarters provided by Gov-
ernment at a rental of 121/%.

Leaire: Thirty (30) working days per annum
out of which twelve (12) working days conm-
pulsory leave must be taken annually. Leave
will be granted only after one (1) year of resi-
dent service.

Duties: The Officer is the Head of the Medi-
cal and Health Department and will be required
to advise the Minister of Health on all medical
and public health matters in the State, including
the organisation and supervision of all Medical
Institutions and District Health and Medical
Services; also to carry out such other cnties r ot
inconsistent with those of the post which may be
assigned to him by his Ministry.

Applications accompanied by proof of quali-
fications and experience, two recent testimonials
and a recent photograph should be submitted to
the Chief Personnel Officer, Service Commissions
Department, Kingstown, St. Vincent, to reach
him not later than 15th March 1976. Appli-
cants already in Government Service should
apply through their respective Governments.

13th January, 1976.


No. 30.
LEGISLATION



The following Documents are published with
this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 11.-Proclamation appointing
Monday the 8th day of March, 1976 to be
the "Appointed Day" for commencing
the compilation of the electors' list.
S.R. & 0. No. 12.-P o s t Office (Amend-
ment) (No. 2) Regulations. 1976.


S.R. & O. No. 13.-Aid to Pioneer Indus-
tries (Percy Simmons) Manufacture of
Furniture) Order. 1976.
24th February. 1976.

By Command,

J. A. POMPEY,
for Permanent Secretary,
Premier's Office.
PREMIER'S OFFICE
ST. VINCENT,
24th February, 1976.


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER NOTICES.


VACANCY NOTICES


Applications are invited for the post of
Student Radiographer in the Medical Depart-
ment of the Ministry of Health, Housing, Com--
munity Development and Local Government.

Applicants should possess relevant G.C.E.
subjects as this is primarily a scientific training:
course and should be aged about 18 to 20 years.

Training will be conducted at the Kingstown
General Hospital and Associated Medical Insti-
tutions followed by a two year period of over-
seas training to those Candidates who show
t "'.-r'ct aptitude towards a career in Radio-
graphy.

Applications stating age, qualifications and
any previous experience should be sent to the,
undersigned from whom further details and
conditions of service can be obtained.

Applications should reach me no later than
Tuesday, 26th February, 1976.

D. F. HUGGINS,
Permanent Secretary (Ag.)
Ministry of Health, Housing,
Community Development
and Local Government.


Applications are invited from suitably nuali-
fled persons to fill the positions with the recently
established Agricultural Development Corpora-
tionn.

Accountant
Clerk/Typist

1. Accountant The candidate for this posi-
tion should possess qualifications in accountancy
equivalent to two years professional training at
the intermediate level, and a minimum of three
years practical experience wih a commercial firm.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 FEBRUARY, 1976.-(No. 11). 37


The successful candidate will be responsible
for all the accounting work of the Corporation
and for the preparation of annual accounts at
the end of each financial year. He will also be
responsible for the supervision of office staff and
will be directly responsible to the Secretary/
Manager of the Corporation.

2. Clerk/Typist Applicants for the posi-
tion of Clerk/Typist should possess a minimum
of three G.C.E. "0" Level passes including
English Language. In addition the successful
applicant should have a typing proficiency of at
least 40 words per minute and an ability to take
shorthand.

The Clerk/Typist will be expected to under-
take all the typing for the Corporation and the
maintenance of a proper filing system.

3. Salaries Salaries for the two positions
will defend on the qualifications and experience
of the successful applicants.

Applications stating age, education, and work
experience, in the applicants own handwriting,
together with two recent testimonials should be
submitted to the Secretary/Manager, Agricul-
tural Development Corporation, C/O Ministry
of Trade and Agriculture, Kingstown, St. Vin-
cent, to reach him not later than Friday 27th
February, 1976.


THE WATERWORKS DEPARTMENT
requires a
DEPUTY CHIEF ENGINEER


THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, YOUTH
AFFAIRS; COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND
SPORT; REQUIRES
A COOK INSTRUCTOR AND A FRONT OFFICE
INSTRUCTOR FOR THE BARBADOS HOTEL
SCHOOL

Qualifications:
Applicants should possess a secondary educa-
tion preferably to G.C.E. 'O' Level standard
plus a certificate from a recognized technical or
vocational school in an appropriate specialty
and not less than three years' experience in the
hotel or related industry or in teaching.
Automatic advancement beyond the first
Qualification Bar in the scale is permitted if the
holder has a recognized certificate from a techni-
cal or vocational school plus a five years' indus-
trial or teaching experience.
Advancement beyond the second Qualifica-
tion Bar is permitted when the holder acquires
the Higher National Diploma plus five years'
experience in the hotel or related industry or
in teaching.
Salary:
Salary will be payable in the following salary
scale: $3,960 X 312-7,896 X 324-8,868 (Q.B.)
$9,192 X 324 9,840 (Q.B.) 10,224 X 384 -
$11,376 X 5,288 11,904 in addition to 20%
gratuity.
Appointment:
Contractual basis for two to three years.
Closing Date:
14th May, 1976.


Further details and application forms may be
obtained from the Chief Personnel Officer, Ser-
vice Commissions Department, Kingstown, St.
Qualifications: Vincent.


(i) A degree in Civil, Mechanical or Elec-
trical Engineering from an approved
University or Engineering School plus
eight years approved experience; OR
(ii) A professional Civil Engineer with
five years experience after obtaining
the professional qualification.

Salary:
$16,440 per annum.

Closing Date:
15th May, 1976.

Further details and application forms may
be obtained from:-
Chief Personnel Officer
Service Commissions Department
Kingstown, St. Vincent.

Services Commissions Department
11th February, 1976.
BARBADOS.


Services Commissions Department
February 12, 1976
BARBADOS.


THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
requires
A DIRECTOR. ANIMAL AND HUMAN
HEALTH COMMUNITY PROJECT

Qualifications:
The Officer should hold a recognized qualifica-
tion in Veterinary Medicine and not less than
three (3) years post graduate experience. A
post graduate qualification in Veterinary Public
Health is desirable.

Salary:
The salary will be $18,000 per annum plus an
allowance of 2070 of salary in lieu of fees for
private practice. A gratuity of 20% of basic
salary iT payable on the satisfactory completion
of agreement or annually at the option of the
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38 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 FEBRUARY, 1976.-(No. 11).


Closing Date:
31st May, 1976
P Furt-er details and appropriate application
forms may be obtained from.
Chief Personnel Officer
Service Commissions Department
Kingstown, St. Vincent.
Services Commissions Department
16th February, 1976.
BARBADOS. ..


POST OFFICE NOTICE

It is hereby notified for General Information,
that a Special Issue of Postage Stamps depicting
Scenic Views of the Island of Union Island in
the Grenadines of St. Vincent, will be released
for sale at the General Post Office, in Kingstown
on Thursday 26th February, 1976.
The Stamps are in the following denomina-
tions:-
5 ...... Sunset over Union Island
35 ,... Customs & Post Office Union Island
45 .... Anglican Church Ashton Union
Island
$1.00 ......Mail Boat at Clifton Harbour
Jetty Union Island


Official First Day Covers would be on sale
at the price of $2.20 each.
E. R. HANNAWAY,
Postmaster General.


APPEALS AGAINST ASSESSMENT


It is hereby notified for general information
that in accordance with Section 28 of Land and
House Tax Ordinance Cap. 194 of the Revised
Edition of the Laws of St. Vincent, as amended,
the Magistrate of the Third District will hold
a Special Session for the purpose of hearing
appeals against assessments by the Tax Officer
for the year 1976.
Time and Place of Session
At the Calliaqua Magistrate's Court on Werj
nesday 10th March, 1976 at 9.30 a.m.
A. E. CATO,
Additional Magistrate,
District 3.
Ifagistrate's Chambers
Ki'ngstown
12th February, 1976.


CARNIVAL 1976


Regulations made by the Commissioner of Police under Section 79 (1) of the Motor Vehicle
and Road Traffic Ordinance No. 20 of 1940.
Sunday February 22nd 1976 between the hours of 8 p.m. and 12 m.n.
Monday February 23rd 1976 between the hours of 7.30 p.m. and 12 m.n.
Wednesday February 25th 1976 between the hours of 8 p.m. and 12 m.n.
Friday February 27th 1976 between the hours of 8 p.m. and 12 m.n.
Saturday February 28th 1976 between the hours of 8 p.m. and 12 m.n
Sunday February 29th 1976 between .the hours of 8 p.m. and 12 m.n,
Monday March 1st 1976 between the hours of 8 p.m. and 12 m.n.
Tuesday March 2nd 1976 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Sunday February 22nd, Saturday February 28th and Sunday February 29th 1976 between
the abovementioned times, shows will be held at Geest Shed. Persons attending will be allowed
to park their Vehicles on the Reclaimed lands South of Bay Street also on Bay Street and South
River Road or any other area as directed by Police only Vehicles carrying Official Strikers will
be allowed to enter the Geest Compound.


VEHICLES ENTRY AND EXIT VICTORIA PARK
On Monday 23rd, Wednesday 25th, Friday 27th, February and Mondpy 1st and Tuesday
2nd March 1976 between the above mentioned times Vehicles will enter Victoria Park by way
of North River Road and Peebles Bridge.
Exit will be by way of Bentinck Square and Road to Leeward.


MONDAY MARCH 1ST 1976
Permission is hereby granted by the Commissioner of Police for Bands to perform through
the Streets of Kingstown on Monday .st Marlh, 1976, between the hours of 5 n.m. and 8 p.m.
These Bands will confirm to a system of, o'e way traffic which has been arranged.
R. J. O'GARRO,
Commissioner of Police.

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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 FEBRUARY, 1976.-(No. 11). 39

TUESDAY MARCH 2ND 1976
Motor Vehicles Entry and Exit Victoria Park.
Vehicles will enter Victoria Park by way of Peebles Bridge. Exit will be by way of Ben-
tinck Square and Road to Leeward.
PARKING AR -ANGEMENTS
Buses and Trucks carrying advertising Bands will enter through the Southern Gate, drop
performers and exit through the Western Gate or as directed by Police.
Leeward buses will Park on that open space behind the General Hospital Annexe.
Windward buses will park on the Parking Lot outside Memorial Hall and on Richmond
Hill School grounds.
Taxis which usually park on the Stand at Hillsboro Street will park on the Stand on the
Eastern side of the Court House.
Buses and Trucks from the Windward Ar.'a will not be permitted to proceed further than
the Memorial Hail.
Buses and Trucks from the Leeward area will not be permitted to proceed further than
the Corner of Bentinek Square and Tyrell Stre t, (That is by the Co-operative Gas Station).
PARKING P WOHIBITED
Kingstown Park. McKies Hill Road. James Street, Middle Street and Tyr'1l Street.
Except tor Vehicles bearing Official Strikers no vehicle will be allowed to park outside Victoria
Park between Peebles Bridge and Bentinck Sq :are.
VEHICLES P :OHIBITED
Between the hours of 1 p.m. and 8 p.m. the following Streets will be closed to all Vehic-
ular Traffic:-
(1) Grcnvi:le Street between North River Road and Pauls Lot Road (Marshall's Corner).
(2) Halifax Street and Granby Street (Back Street) between Hilisboro Street (U.T.L.
Corner) and Foresters Corner.
(3) Bay Street, between James Stieet and Linley Street.
(4) All Cross Streets between James Street and Linley Street.
Bands only will be permitted along these Streets during the period stated except on all
Cross Streets between James and Linley Stree on which no Bands will be permitted.
ONE WAY TRAFFIC VEHICLES ONLY
Between the hours of 1.00 p.m. and 8.00 p.m. the following Roads will be One Way Drive
for Vehicles:-
MIDDLE STREET between Sharpe Street and Queen Street (EAST TO WEST).
WHITE CHAPEL AND MCKIES HILL ROAD between Halifax Street (U.T.L.
Corner) and Judges Bridge (SOUTH TO NORTHERN WEST TO EAST)
KINGSTOWN PARK/MCKIES HILL ROAD between the entrance of the Girls Guide
Hut and top of McKies Hill (Near N. S. Cummings Residence) (WEST TO EAST)
FEtRN1SDE'ROAD between North Riter Road ard Patls Avenue (WEST TO EAST)
PAULS LOT ROAD between C.D.C. and Halifax Street (NORTH TO SOUTH).
ONE WAY TRAFFIC VEHICLES & BANDS
HALIFAX STREET Between Pauls Lot Road (Marshall's Corner) and White Chapel
Road (U.T.L. Corner). WEST TO FAST).
VEHICLES EXIT TO WINDWARD HIGHWAY
Between the hours of 1.00 p.m. and 8.00 p.m. Vehicles proceeding towards the Windward
will do so by way of Fernside, Pauls Avenue Road, Kingstown Park, MeKies Hill and Exit at
Judtes Bridge.
ONE WAY TRAFFIC BANDS ONLY
Permission is hereby granted by the Commissioner of Police for Bands to perform through
the Streets of Kngstown on Tuesday 2nd March, 1976, between the hours of 10.00 a.m. and
8.00 p.m. These Bands will confirm to a system of one way traffic as set out hereunder:-


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40 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 FEBRUARY, 1976.-(No. 11).


On Back Street from the Corner of Tyrell and Grenvllle Streets to the Corner of Granby
and James Streets (WEST TO EAST).
Along James Street (NORTH TO SOUTH).
From the Corner of James and Bay Streets along Bay Street to Linley Street (EAST TO
WEST).
Along Linley Street to Corner of Tyrell and Grenville Streets (SOUTH TO NORTH).
Police are under strict instructions to enforce these regulations during the times they apply.
R. J. O'GARRO,
Commissioner of Police.


THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE

As provided by the House of Assembly electionss) Ordinance the undermentioned persons
have been appointed as Registration Officers and Assistant Registration Officers for the com-
pilation of lists of electors for the year 1976.

REGISTRATION OFFICERS


Name of Offilcc/


Constituency


Mr. James Daniel
Mr. Alban Henry
Mr. Pamulus Burke
Mr. L tchie Dickson
Mr. Winston Bacchus
Mr. Lawrence Brereton
Mr. Eustace Hannaway
Mr. Henry Morris
Mr. John Saunders
Mr. George Tucker
Mr. G. V. Douglas
Mr. Rodney Adams
Mr. Reynard Jones


North Windward
North Central Windward
South Central Windward
South Windward
Marriaqua
East St. George
West St. George
East Kingstown
West Kingstown
South Leeward
Central Leeward
North Leeward
Grenadines


San(y Bay
Georgetown
Lowmans (Wd.)
Stubbs
Richland Park
Prospect
Dorsetshire ITill
Frenches
Cane Garden
Questelles
Layou
Chateaubelair
Bequia


ASSISTANT REGISTRATION OFFICERS

Name of Officer Constituency Address

Mrs. Viola Crichton North Windward O'Brien's Valley
Mr. Charles Beste North Central Windward Belle Vue
Mr. Bertie Smart South Central Windward Lowmans (Wd.)
Mrs. Emily Williams South Windward Biabou
Mr. George Glasgow Marriaqiua Cane End
Mrs. Winifred King East St. George Villa
Mr. Edward Conliffe West St. George Fountain
Mr. Samuel Cunningham East Kingstown Frenches
Mr. Wellington Bibby West Kingstown Kingstown
Mr. Vin Robin South Leeward DeBois
Mr. Anthony Young Central Leeward Layou
Mrs. Haroldine Joseph North Leeward Spring Village
Mr. Dougall Cox Grenadines Union Island
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G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.


23rd February, 1976.


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rn- .:j : ; SAINT VINCENT.
STATT TTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1976, No. 11.


[Gazetted 24th February, 1976.],


BY THE GOVERNOR
A PROCLAMATION


RUPERT G. JOHN
Governor.

WHEREAS by Section 6(1) of the House of Assembly Elections Ordinance
it is provided that in every enumeration year commencing on a day to be
appointed by the Governor and known as the "Appointed Day" lists to be
known as lists of electors shall be compiled in each constituency of all persons
entitled to be registered as electors therein and that such lists shall be compiled
in accordance with the Registration Rules set out in the Second Schedule to
the said Ordinance.

AND WHEREAS it is provided in Rule 2 of the Registration Rules set out
in the Second Schedule to the House of Assembly (Elections) Ordinance that
the registration officer shall commencing on such day as the Governor may
by proclamation appoint, in respect of a constituency cause to be prepared
in and for such constituency, and pursuant to the provisions of the said
Ordinance cause to be prepared preliminary lists of all persons who are qualified
as electors in the polling divisions comprised therein.

AND WHEREAS the year 1976 is an enumeration year and it is considered
expedient that the compilation of the lists of electors in accordance with the
Registration Rules aforesaid should commence on the 8th day of March, .1976.
NOW THEREFORE, I, Rupert Godfrey John, Knight Bachelor, Governor
as aforesaid acting in accordance with the advice of Cabinet, and pursuant
to the authority in me vested by the said Ordinance and i.allJ wers ttereuvito
enabling me, do hereby appoint Monday the 8th day of March, 1976, to'6J" te
"Appointed Day" on which the compilation of lists 'f electors in each ci -
tuency shall commence in accordance with section 6(l pof the said Odi
and to be the day on which in accordance with Rule 2 6 efhe Registrat~'ni
in the Second Schedule to the House of Assembly Ordina ce each regisy

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officer shall commence to cqse tqo e prepared i, and for each constituency
prelifiinary lists of all persons who are qualified a. electors in the polling
division comprised therein.

GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of Saint Vincent at Govern-
ment House in Saint Vincent this 23rd day of February One thousand
nine hundred and seventy-six and in the Twenty-f4utth Year of the
Reign of Her Majesty QUEEN ELIZABETH THE SECOND.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!



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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1976, No. 12.


POST OFFICE (AMENDMENT) (NO. 2) REGULATIONS 1976.


(Gazetted 24th February, 1976).


1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Post Office (Amend-
ment) (No. 2) Regulations, 1976, and shall be read as one with the Post Office
Regulations, 1938, (hereinafter referred to as the principal Regulations) and
all amendments thereto.

2. Regulation 72 of principal Regulations amended. Regulation 72 of
the principal Regulations is hereby amended by the insertion, at the end of
heading (B), of the words-

"The National Youth Council-To the President and Secretary of the
Council.



Made by the Governor under section 22 of the Post Office Ordinance, Cap.
134, this 23rd day of February 1976.

J. A. POMPEY,
for Secretary to Cabinet.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1976, No. 13.


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (PERCY SIMMIONS)
(MANUFACTURE OF FURNITURE) ORDER, 1976.


(Gazetted 24th February, 1976).


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Percy Simmons) (Manufacture of Furniture) Order 1976.

2. Declaration of Pioneer Manufacturer. Percy Simmons is hereby
declared a pioneer manufacturer for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer Industry
Ordinance, 1952, in relation to the pioneer factory situate at Arnos Vale and
to the establishment and operation of manufacturing plant for the manufacture
of wooden furniture (by virtue of the provisions of the Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Manufacture of Furniture) Ordinance 1952).

3. Construction Day. Construction day was the 1st day of March 1975.

4. ,Production Day. Production day was the 1st day of April 1976.


Made by Cabinet under section 4 of the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance,
1952 (No. 5 of 1952) this 23rd day of February 1976.

J. A. POMPEY, -
for Secretary to Cabinet.

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