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15 The Sydnfy Morr.irg Hera'd, Friday. Kov 30. 1979 15 Victims of Antarctic crash AUCKLAND. Thursday. The following list of victims of the DC-10 crash in Antarctica was released by Auckland police tonight. CREW Capluin T. J. Collins (pilot), St Helicrs. Auckland. First Officer Greg Cassin. First Officer Graham Lucas. Lngineerin Officr Mick Moloney. bnginccring Officer Gordon Brooks. Chief Purser R. W. McPher-ton. Pursers R. M. Scoit, M. Collins. Assistant pursers D. J. Bennett. M. Finlay. G. Cater, B. R. Maxwell, P. B. Sicklemore. S. G. Simmons, J. C. Ltis, Suzanne Marinovic, K. M. J. Morrison, M. Wolfert. E. M. Carr-Smith. D. Kecnan. NEW ZEALAND New Zealand passengers whose names have been released arc: Addis. Peter James, 29, Wolf Road, Te Atatu. Allan, Jane Phillipa, 17, Kara-don House, Clivt. Allan, Marjorie Townsley, 66, Farndon House, Give. Arnold, Melinda Maria, Lawrence Crescent, Manurewa. Arnold, Valerie Ellen, Hay-ward Road, Papatoetoe. . Armitnge. Mrs Ethel Mary, 73, Fast Coast Road, Milford. Ashton, Graham, 63, Paratai Drive, Auckland. Baldwin, L. Peter, 50, Hine-moa Street, Birkenhead, Auckland. Beckett, Desmond, 62, RD9, Te Puke. Biehaut, Ronald Thomas, 39, Olipua Road, Timaru. Buchanan.- Geoffrey, 68, Wcsthoe Street. Orewa. Buergi. Heinz, Ash Street, Avondale, Auckland. . Burgess. Lindsay Robert, 60, Western Hills Road. Whangarci, and his wife, Rose Eileen. 58. Burton. Lorraine. 42. Hobson Street, Thorndon, Wellington. Cameron, Mm Raniaho, 57, Alana Place, Mt Wellington, Auckland. Campbell, Stuart Donald, 22, McDonalds Road, RD 3 Whaka-lane. Carlton, John, 46, Hughies l ane, Otitutatt, and his wife, Marion, 40. Chadderton, ' Brian Harry. Puhinui Road, Papatoetoe, and bit wife, Valeric Enid. Clark, David, 60, Ferndalt) Road, Mt Wellington, Auckland. Clark, Irene, 75, Scacliffe Avenue, Belmont. Clark. Iris, 65. Ttki Street. Takanini, Auckland. Clark, William Henry. 67. Taka Street, Takanini, Auckland. Cole. John Wright. Garnet Road, Wfitmere, Auckland. Copsey, Audrey Joy, 55, Anzac Road, Puktkohe. Corey, Dr Constance, 46, Mountain Road, Epsom, Auckland. - Crabtree, Mary Alison. 68, Sydney Strtet. Takapuna. Dahl. Mrs Marie Patricia, 57, Rajot Terrace, Broadinadowt, Wellington. Dawson. Pattr Massif, 50, Paemako Road, Pio Pio. Dean, Kay, 22, Broadlaods Road, Reporoa. Dukt. Athol David, 18. Muuntuin Road. Epsom, Auckland. Dykzeul, Flerman Maria Douglas. Banksia Place, Wiri, Auckland. Dykzeul, Johannes Jacobs. 30. Studholme Street. Morrinsville. Emmett. Cecilia Campbell, 62, RD2, Arapuni Road, Kikikihi and John Bamham Emmett, of the same address. Gallagher, Alfred James, 73. Victoria Avenue. Remuera, and his wife, Elsie Thclma. Gibbs. Mrs Bryn. 78. Noma Crescent. Kelburn. Wellington. . Gulland, Pamela Margaret, McLean Road, Bucklands Beach. Harris. Hazel Phoebe. 60, RDI, Hamilton. Hartley, James Follctt, 36, RD3. Otorohanga. Harty, Myra Pearl, 82-, King Edward Parade, Devonport. Haworth. Mrs Katherine, 47, Beecroft Drive. Forrest Hill, Auckland, and Peter Haworth, 52. of the same address. Hill, Fileen. 73. Belmont Tee, Lower Hutt. Hollowav, Jean Marie, 63, Glenfield Road. Glenfield. Howarth, Bart Ralph, 31, Pillans Road, Tauranga. Hvndman, Thomas William, 60, Margate Road, Blockhouse Bay. Humphrey, Mildred, 69, Me-lanlc Place, Orewa. Hughes, Stephen, 32, Prince Recent Drive, Bucklands Beach. Houghton, John, 39, Pawmore Crescent. Dunedin. Jenkins. Evelyn Lois, Arrow Road. Birkenhead. Kearney. Denis. 40, Mcllroy Avenue, Hillsborough, Auckland. Keith, John Edgar. 39, Kah-iwi Street,' Whangarei. Kendon. Nancy Phillis, 67, Sandspit Road, Howick, Auckland. Kerr, Francis Ronald, Parker Avenue. New Lynn, Auckland, and Betty Kerr. Kilsby, Anthony, Potawhao, RD5. Levin. Kilsby. Geoffrey Michael. 35, Koputaroa. RD5, Levin. Lanvin, James Francis. 58, Jane GifTord Place, Half Moon Bay. Howick. Ling, Mrs Alison Louise, 60, Scenic Drive, Tilirangi. Macdonald, Shirley Jane. 35, Thompson St, Palmerston North. Mackenzie. John, 62, Hobart Cres, Manurewa. McNamara, Bernard Joseph, c- Florence Place, Pauanul. Tairua. Madgewick. Fudora Emily, Viponds Road, Whanaaparaon. Manley, David Victor. 37, Thwaits Place, Leamington, Cambridge. Mann, Dorothy Maude, 49, Graham Ave. Te Atatu. Marsden. Joseph Alan, 45, Lauriston Place, Tokoroa. Maskelyne, Trevor John. 26, Coronation Ave. New Plymouth. Maynard. Olive Myrtle, 54. Sargents Road, Thames, and William John Maynard, of the same address. Mitchell, Mark Geoffrey, 17, Totara Cres, Lower Hutt. Mulgrew. Peter, 52, Takutai St. Parnell, Auckland. Murray, Owen, 33, Dover St, Mataura. Nicholson. Christine Margaret. 26, Clyde Road, Christ-church. O'Connor, Ian John, 41, Rimu Street. Timaru. Palmer. David Lloyd, 31, Ann Road. Stanmore Bay. Palmer, Edward James, 63, Manawal Ave. Tauranga. Palmer, Gary Kent, 29, Wcka Street, Tauranga. Patterson, Ethel Mary. 54. Tawa Road, Onehunaa and Linda Jan Patterson, 22, of the same address. Payne, Alfred Murray, 34, Entrican Ave, Remuera. Plummber, Alexander Francis, 85. Latham Ave. Pakuranga. Plummber. Miss Hilda Francis. 52, Badcr St, Hamilton. Potter. Michael Arthur, 53, Wade River Rd, Whangaparaoii. Price, Mia Beatrice Irene, 86, Mt Albert Road, Auckland, and Miss Beverly Price, of the same address. Pridmote, Joy Agnes, 40, Kawiu Road, Levin. Rawlins, Miss Valgna, 76, Edwin St, Mt Eden. Revell, Basil Halvcr, 52, Spa Apartments, Waiwera, and Mrs Geraldine Revell. Richmond, Miss Pamela Gaye, 24. Etnlanade Road, Mt Eden. Roberts. Michael Seaver, 47, Victoria Road, Wellington, and Allison Meryle Roberts, 46, of the same address. Robb, Lady Helen, Victoria Avenue. Remuera. Rudcn. Karl, 79. Springcombu Road. Mission Buy. Scott. Russell Morrison, Hurst-mere Road, Takapuna. Stewart, Donald Malhcw. 35, Waneanui St, Birkenhead, Auckland. Tanton, Peter Alec. 60, Gin-mis Ave, Manly, North Auckland. Thomas, Walter Daniel. 69, Whangaparao Rd, Whangaparao. Ward. Henry'. 58, Stoney Creek Farm. Opunuka Road, Henderson, and Valeric Ward, 57. of the same address. Watson. Kathleen, 64 Eastbourne, Wellington. Williams. Leonard Hcalhcolc, 60. I.oneacre, Havelock North, and his wife. Jan. 60. Worth, Mrs Linda, 74, King Edward Ave Epsom . Zoll Otto, 46, Rickards Place. Nrw Lynn . Passengers from other countries: JAPAN Mr K Furukawa Mr N Goto Mr H Higuchi Mr and Mrs Hihashi Mr and Mrs A Imai Miss A Kitagawa MrSNoda MrTOno Mr and Mrs Osawa Mr and Mrs M Otanl Mr N Ozawa Mrs H Sato i . MrSSegeta ' ' Mr and Mrs T Scki Mr R Shionoya Mr S Takada .Mr and Mrs N Yanagisawa Mr K Yokoyania . OTHER COUNTRIES Mrs L, M. Aiscnman, L'SA. Mrs A. Anderson, England. . Mr ana Mrs Bagnall, USA. Miss D. Barnick, L'SA. Miss M Barnick, USA. Mr E. Beaumont. Canada. Miss P. Blair, USA. Mrs L. Burkhalter. USA. Miss Susan Copley, England. Mrs June Davies. Ausiralia. Mis H. Duff. USA, Miss E. Edwards, England. Mrs Etrinder, Englund. Mrs J. Ferrcll. USA. Mrs F. Hance. L'SA. - Mis M. Harrison, USA. Mrs J. Holloway. England. Mr P. J. Klassovity, USA. Mr K. Klcnsch. USA. Mrs M. L. Lake. USA. Mr E. Letines. France, Mr M. l ies. USA. Mr J. Meyer, Switzerland. Miss E. K. H. Parkaari, Canada. Mr H. A. Potter. England. Mr K Ruben, L'SA. Mr G. Shephard. USA. Mr R. Steel, USA. Mr and Mrs Thompson, USA. Stewart to visit Hunter region The Minister for. Health. Mr Stewart will visit the Hunter Health region today to inspect the Morisset Hospital and officially open the Toronto, ambulance station. Mr Stewart will inspect improvements to security in ward 21 at the hospital. Heart research Grants to Dr D. Richards for research into the electrical instability of the heart after an attack and to Dr D. R. Sullivan for research into dietury influences on the formution of fats and proteins irt the blood were . among seven heart research grants to doctors at Sydncv University announced yesterday. IMWaalMilWMWMl j WEATHER I x :'" '.",.v.'.v.'.vv'.,.'..,.'.,.,..,.'..'i' .;!!; Livy-y- v.'.. .;.y.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v,v..v,ur v. v -VJr-. .rv.l'.1;si i.,.....'....,'. ..' ,y.yy.y.v.v.y.v.v.vXv,v- J$' ' Jbi& : '.& s ' '' 'V.v.v.vy.V ,y.y.sy.-.v.v.v.,..,.'.,.v.,.,.'. .y jKCfvfc' -.iffv.-- ! -ttiviSIf ft,.'.'.,.'.,.'.'.Av,v,o, .v.sy.yy.v.-.v.-.v.v.-.'.'.v.'.ijr sr,' 'ihjiaV ? ' ' V.'?j ..... ..y. ' :y:-Xv :::: iy?.oj;vv..-:...' -aj.i :.-:xv xxc-X' ::::Xv::x:.Xv::::f gc&t. . y?j Jfr . -i4 . f ::vX-::::x::-x 'V'wMi' ' . -fiiK :':v:yX.:v;XvX Tmprjiturc rding art In warm and humid n coatl with SE Cfkius. Rainfall reading: 1 mil-1 to Ni winds becoming frsh dur-limtrp equals about four points. I ig aftfrnon. Few showers on The following information wa North Coaat. Isolated afternoon Issurd bv the Weather Bureau at thunderstorms In NE of state, B pm yesterday. Today IWest and North-west I METROPOLITAN FORECAST Morning fog patches Intend. Mild to warm and humid dav. Mostly sunny with N winds becoming fresh near coast in after-noun. Slight sees tending to mod later. Low swell, Temoerature ranoe. City 1724; Liverpool 15 27. OTHER CITIES FORECAST Brisbane, showers Cin'erra, fine Melbourne, fine Hobart. fine Adelaide, fine Per,h, ft nt Darwtn, storms .... AHt-l $pr'n. tint NSW FORECAST Very wn m to hot day with light E to ne winds. entral lopes dinger. MMd to warm and humid. Mainly svny day. NE winds t ' 10-20 knots. SHqht seas tending mod tftrhoon, Low swell. Northern Tahie'ands: H'flh Art Usnje--. Mild to warm and himiH. isolated afternoon thunderstorms SYNOrniC WlATHlR CHAftT Siiaht iea tendtna to mod at in M i iki.t ymrft times in afternoon. Mamiy iow central Table ands: Mod to high REGIONAL FORECASTS Northern Rivers: Mild to warm and humid with tew shower. Chanct of afternoon thunderstorms in N. Mod SE Winds. Mainly silaht seas en itw to mod swell. Mtd ftre denier. , Mld-Notih Coasti Mild t9 Wrm and humid. Few shewers In mnrnlna. Se to NE winfl at 10- 26 20 knots. Mainly slight seas but 4 tendin? mod at tim?s in ftr. 26 noon. Mainly low swell. Mod Art 22 den-er 26 Hunttrt Mi!d to warm rd 30 -lumid, Mainly sunny day aft-r J5 some morning fog patches. NE 7 winds 10-20 knots Slight eis te ding od In afttrnotn. low inland sw!l. MM to bo ftre danner. Mild to South Coast. Illawarra: Mod fire SHOPPING CENTRE MANAGER We rcciiire an experienced senior executive to liead the proixMtv management team on ur recently opened sdioppinn centre and recreational complex in Sydney. The successful applicant will report directly to the Commercial Manager and will be responsible f r all the functions related to property management, including leasing and administration, accounting, lease control as the Landlord, operation of services and maintenance; also there will be an involvement in the piesentation and promotion of the Centre and its merchants. -The successful applicant will have an established and highly pioen track record in retail propel ly management. Apply in ou n handwriting to: l'i iwtle anil ('onfidcnliul. 'IV Commercial Mnrmi;er: Properties l imited; 1Mb Level. National Mutual Centre, H Market Street. Sydney. N.S.W.. 2011(1. Or nlione 2'.l-,H.'t."f, and ask for Miss Fabian. Ar dnfr. Mcrnlni (of putrht (n C. .Mild to warm iki moitly $unny dav with liaht winds. ttuthtm Talltndl Mornlni cloud In C Then mild to warm and mainly tunny day with light NW to NI wlndi. Mad nrt danqr. Ndrih.waat Slopes and Plains: Mlh to very high Irre danger. Very warm and mainly sunny day with light and variable winns. Chance of isolated aftsmoon thundTStorrrs. Central Writ S'o-es and Hainil Hioh tlra danq-r. Warm and mainly tunny day w th light Nt winds 6-uth.wtt g'ooett Hiah lire danger. V-ry warm and si'nnv day with light to Nie whdi. Upper Weitern: Mod fir danger. Very warm ans sunny day with Htht I to NE winds. lower yvett-rnt High fire danoar. W"m jnd sunny dav with light NI winds. Rlverlna MIA: High t very high firt danger. Warm, sunny day with light s to SE winds. Taiman lea west of Long, 160 degs E: SE to NE winds S to 1 5 kts in most waters but to 20 kts On parts 01 coast In alter, nasn. (light teat mainly with low tg mod twtn, NSW Coast: E to NI winds 10 to Jo kts. Slight seas becoming chonpy In afternoon, low to mid tweil. Waterti Nt winds 10 Slight teat, choppy In afternoon, low swell. Mtssuftt movimints High prtsturg presently located over Adelaide, txptctrd to move ctowlv Into Tasman bv Saturday. F'Onial zones are passing .through B.ght and Tas but their Inllutnc? IS eupc-.t'd to ttev S of 40 south, lw nrcsvire svCm inland in WA Is epitd to move slowly Into I ol that State and then rtfnrf into I ant later in wee'-en'. Anart Irom tome thowr t ti 'i v and :toiatM thundrrstC'ms in NC. NSW s''0'ild f nerltnre line ltrf5M "" y.lcrniu W:2V ----"r-t rVif"""" liOiAti - 101- (Value n rtvMifcursl COlO ftONt WARM IftONt, Sdliht SI neutj v WIND1. Calm fj) 50lrri;h Ohmhaay lOhfti'h JJ ajntj evf The World Weather conditions and tern. peraturrs n maior world cities on novemoer were: ISOBARS: A line drawn on the weather map lolnlng places with the same atmosoheric pressure. The wind In general tends to blow along the channels defined bv the isobars. TROPICAL CVClONIt A low pressure system that has originated ovr a tropical ocean and with which it associated wind speeds great-tr than ti kmh. Sydney to 20 ktt. PHASES OF THI MOON Full Moon, December 4, 4.09 am. Yesterday Average annual rainfall In Sydney over 120 year a. 1220mm. Avenge over 120 years, from Jut 1 to d of November It 42mm. Total from January 1. 1979 to 9 am vpitcrdrty, 807mm. lotal for 'OrrfsPOilding period 0' 1579. 1400mm. Total from 9am to Spin YQ.trHdav ml. TEMPERATURES ESTERDAY 9am 1 6 Oriegi. 3om 2 1 .edegi, Spm 20..'t'eas. Svdiry maximum to 3om 2 1.8 fahts fftnr It.tv for n-rt riiv Or (at 1455). Hwo. then oo'hlv Bccomini un- Sydney minimum to 3pm 16.5 ! rcttld on Sunday from lew (at S0). !movlnf Irom WA. ' Baromctrr: Sum 1020 4. 3pm i a hi art i101d1, Som 1010 1 miilibtus. M,imld ,v: m 76. 3pm 60, 6 ! RIM Hell pm 6i per cent. IMarcury .... 4 50am B.2iom Wind: Greatest velocity. 45km h yrnua ; n.m ,2 ??wm from ene at 1430 mart i.ttam u ipm Hunter: Norah Head 2. Wyens 2. Hlawariai Wollongong Unl. 0.2. Metropolitan! Cronulla 1. Eo- Newport Bch. 6. Northbrldge 0 4 Ing 8, 3. Palm Bch. 3. Pvmblt murra 4, Wfthroonga LindTieia 5. Liverpool i Richmond M O. 0.2. ' Hornsby ri 6 i. West Penrith 1. Amterdam, cloudy . , Athrn. cloudy .... Auckland, cloudy . . 8 hrm. hafv anokott, clear .... Belgrade, cloudy .... Berlin, rain Booota. cloudy .... Brussela, cloudy ... Buenoi Aires, dear . ChieAfio. clear .... Chrfstchurch, cloudy CoDtnhagen. rain Curitlba, clear pen das so r, cloudy . . Frankfurt, ram ..... Geneva, clear Hcls'nki. rfoudv .... Hflng Kong, clear . Mno'u'u, dear Jakarta, rain icrtisaltm. c'oudy . . ie, cirurjy .... Kuala Lumpur, rain . Lima, cloudy ton den, clear Lot Angeles, clear . . Madrid, cler .... Manila, cloudy .... Montreal, cloudy . . . Moscow, cloudy .... Nadi, fine New Delhi, clOudy . Nnw York, rain .... Nicosia, rain Oi!o, cloudy Paris, clear . Port Moresby, fine Rio, cloudy Rome, clear Ban Francisco , cloudy Ban Juan, cloudy . . . Sao Paulo, cloudy . . Seoul, rain Singapore, rain .... Stockholm, Overcast . Taipei, clear , Tei Aviv, cloudy . . , Tokyo, cloudy Toronto, cloudy . . . Vancouver, cloudy t , Vienna, rain Wellington, cloudy . Mln Max . 9 9 14 18 21 2 s 14 t 1J 3 9 24 5 0 U 16 2i 1 2 22 18 1 1 14 5 24 9 1 21 13 10 12 3 10 22 14 6 9 23 11 0 -iaJ 13 r 13 1 1 6 4 0 13 These good words may well have been written for the good nun above. Or the Blue Nun below. Because the Blue Nun bottle may look humble alongside an imitation crock. But the wine inside is great. Blue Nun is a fruity German wine. Hearty enough for meat yet light enough for fish. And it comes in a real bottle instead of an imitation crock for one reason: That humble bottle is the traditional bottle approved by German winemakers. So you're buying a great wine, not just a fancy bottle. Also available in half bottles and magnums. JJJ jJ fUfJ I Li ? I , j SWM7365 r Juf-ier Saturn 29am 12.430m 2.17am 2.03em As Australia's largest overseas aid organisation wa have consistently refused any political involvement. However, we must now as a matter of Christian conscience publicly denounce the murderous regime in Kampuchea of Pol Pot. We call upon the Australian Government and other Western nations who recognise this genocidal group as the legal government of Kampuchea, to publicly denounce its gross inhumanity. The Vietnam-backed Phnom Penh Government of Heng Samrin is the only legitimate group through which the world community can act to save lives. World Vision has its own office in Phnom Penh with twice-, weekly mercy flights from Singapore. Make a pre-Christmas gift to save hundreds of thousands of children and adults from certain death through malnutrition and disease. Your gift provides readily needed food and medicines. Eannmaaaai WORLDiVISION CRISIS WW BOX 9944, GPO, IN YOUR CAPITAL CITY Yes, want to help a Kampuchean family. I enclose my gift of: $35 to help one family. $ 70 to help two families. to help DAonetimegiftofS. Mr Mrs Miss Ms .families. Address Postcode I'd like to pay by Bankcard .Phone 6L i Signatur I I I e i i i i i i i i i i B I i OTHCR CITIES . Temearaturps yestcrclav wtrg: Brisbane 30, 22; Canberra 24, 9: Mclbourna 23, 9: Hobart 21. 10: Adelaide 26, 11: Perth 32, 19: Darwin 32. 27; Alice Springs Patchy light rain or drluia on the coast from Metropolitan area northward. Fine gn ranges and In the west, RAINFALL SYNOPSIS Isolated light falls In the Metropolitan area and on the North Coart. Hiqhest fall: Ecoing, 8mm. RAINFALL RIGISTRATION (24 hours' to 9 a.m. yestfrday) Northern Tablelands! Drako 1. Central Tablelands! Kurralong Hts 0.2. Northern rtlversi Kvogl 1 Llsri'OiO 2. Mid. North Coasti Oorrlgs 1 Com' onc 0.8. Comhoyn? 0.6. GloucMer 1. Hunter: Norah Head 2. AIR POLLUTION Light ' ''AWT : Thj smok haze reading near rOadwav waft 23 micrograms between 8 am and 4 pm after hen9 24 micrograms between 6 am and 9 am. The sulphur dioxide concentration near Broadway was 4.0 parts per hundred million. The hiqhest hourly ozone concentration recorded bv the State Pollution control Commls-ion it Udcombe was 3.1 pphm between 2pm and 3 pm, a low reading. The maximum pollution Index iror avanev tsstied by the commts-ision was 42, a medium reading. POLLEN P W COUNT Bfr The noih.n count UKc" "bove the Herald building vesterdny was 2S giains per cubic metre. OUTWARD OVERSEAS I SURFACE MAILS j Full air and surf arc mailt: ar : onb'isj'od each N'ondav. closino dates later than one week ahead art? appf-cximate on: v. Variations on this week's list are: Aiuama. Austria, Hungary. Italy. Jordan. Lebanon, Malta, Rem nla, Turkey. Yugoslavia, Switierland Dec 14. Bangladesh Dec 1 0. Bptqi'-m Dor 6. Canada Dec 6. China, Hong Kong Dt 10. Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Finland. Germany, Norway, Poland, Sweden Dec 5. Fanning Is Ccc 20. Fii Dec 11. France De: 6. Kiribati Ore 20. Greece Dr-r. 1 4 , Guam, Mariana, Caroline and Mar-II if Doc 20. Hawaii Dec ' B. India Dec 11. Indonesia. Irian, J-v-a Pec 10. Israel Dec 4. Japan, Nth Korea Dec 7. Kenya, Uianda. Tanzania Dec 1 8 .t h Korea Dec 10. Kuala Lumpur, Penan q Dec 10. Lord Howe Is first OPP. Nauru Jan 7. Netherlands Ore 6. New Caledonia Ore 20. New Hebrides Dec 20. New Zea land, Rarotonna Drc 3. Norfolk Is prt 000. Oc n It Dec 20. n' ts tan Dec 3. PNO Dec 11. Philip pine)! Dec 10. Pitcalrn is ucc j. Samoa Occ 1 1 . Singapore Drr 10. Solomon Is Dec 10 South Africa, ZimSawp-Rhodcsta D"C 1 19. souin America ucc o. soatn Dec 6 Srt L.mka Dec 11 i-fifH Dec 13. Taiwan Dec 10. Thailand Dec 10. Thursday Is Drc b. Tonga Dec 11. UAR Drr 14. UK Dec 4. USA Dec 6. USSR Dec 5. Vietnam Socialist Republic Dec 7 For all inquiries phone 230 7033. The Telecom Loan is highly regarded by investors for a number of reasons. 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