The bulletin

Call Number
NX 252
Created/Published
Sydney, N.S.W.: John Haynes and J.F. Archibald, 1880-1984
Issue
Vol. 101 No. 5228 (9 Sep 1980)
Images
128
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Contents

THE BULLETIN 1
Advertising 2
THE BULLETIN 3
Advertising 4 , 5
THAT’S WHAT YOU SAY Let’s hear it for ‘Ma’ 6
Going down in smoke 6
Facts about the Titanic 6
Shelfed – again 6 , 8
Advertising 7 , 8
Evonne – a good sport 8
Proud to be an Aussie 8
Re-assessing assessment 8 , 9 , 11
Advertising 9 , 10
More homework, Sheridan 11
Pointed comment 11
Phantom pollsters 11
Facts about aid groups 11 , 14
Advertising 12 , 13
Truth about the taipan 14
The other killers 14
G-Gs who had stature 14
Communism at work 14 , 17
Advertising 14 , 15 , 16
Conan Doyle lives on 17
The plight of miners 17
Advertising 17 , 18 , 19
THE WEEK’S ACTION AUSTRALIA 20
WORLD 20
BUSINESS 21
SPORT 21
Advertising 22 , 23
AUSTRALIA NOW THE HOUSING TAX HITS PRIESTS AND PARSONS 24 , 25
PUBLIC OPINION Miners have strong support in Queensland 25
DEFENCE Australia’s role in the new US nuclear plans 26 , 28
PUBLIC OPINION Wide support for basing US planes in Nth Australia 26
Advertising 27
PM calls for close consultations 28 , 31
Advertising 29 , 30
The Rose, Shamrock and Thistle 31
BULLETIN RACING PORTFOLIO Some horses to turn punters into winners 31 , 32
MULTI-CULTURAL TV Gyngell may be caught in major migrant melee 32 , 35
Advertising 33 , 34 , 35
LAND ACQUISITION Judge slams ‘underhand bureaucracy’ 36
PUBLIC OPINION China’s Pacific missile tests not popular 36 , 39
Advertising 37 , 38
Poll shows that churches are losing influence 39
Advertising 39
TRADE UNIONS New academic group in the ACTU 40
PRIMARY INDUSTRY Rural folk took a jaundiced view of budget 40 , 42 , 46
Advertising 41 , 42 , 43 , 44 , 45 , 46
TAXATION Howard defends government’s role in miners’ strike 46 , 48
Advertising 47
QUEENSLAND Suddenly, the Burdekin Dam is looking good 48
Advertising 49 , 50
Hayden’s insults will backfire 51
PEOPLE 52 , 53
Why the Poms made Betty do her Blokk 54
Advertising 55
COVER STORY AUSTRALIA’S ITCH FOR KITSCH EXPOSED 56 , 59
Advertising 57 , 58
The tragic origin of a comic’s life 60 , 61
100 YEARS AGO IN THE BULLETIN GALILEO PROCTOR AT BAY 62
Advertising 62
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL 62
WOMAN ITEMS 62
All-England v. Australia 62
Advertising 63 , 64 , 65 , 66
LIFESTYLE NEW EVIDENCE ABOUT SEX AND THE OVER-FIFTIES 67 , 68 , 69 , 70
Advertising 71 , 72
BOOKS A horror story to end all trips overseas 72 , 75
Advertising 73 , 74
Stubborn myth of Welsh discovery of America 75
From early days when the Army sallied forth 75
FILMS A B-class view of the nuclear age 76
Advertising 77
DANCE The teacher insists: defy Newton’s law 78
Advertising 79 , 80
THEATRE Fun and froth as the telly goes on stage 81
Advertising 82 , 83
WORLD IN FOCUS POLISH CRISIS HAS THE KREMLIN AT ‘PANIC STATIONS’ 84 , 85 , 86
What the Polish strikers seek 85
CHRISTMAS ISLAND Immigration hurdles for local workers 87
THE FAR EAST Close encounters of an Asian kind 87 , 88 , 90
Advertising 88 , 89
IRAN The narrow grip of Islam tightens amid chaos 90 , 93
Advertising 91 , 92
THE UNITED STATES ‘Go anywhere’ task force gets its wings clipped 93
NEW ZEALAND Compensation scheme runs into cost problems 93 , 94 , 97
Advertising 94 , 95 , 96
VANUATU Victims tell of bashings 97 , 98
Rebellion over after troops storm Santo stronghold 98
Advertising 99
BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT IMSIDE THE COMPANY THAT WILL BUILD THE NEW PARLIAMENT 100 , 101 , 103 , 104
Advertising 102
THE CHARTIST A new Bulletin service for investors 104
Weeks falls out of its trend band 104
Advertising 105
THE BULLETIN-STATEX INVESTMENT SERVICE The mirages in the tight cash list 106
Advertising 107 , 108
SPECULATOR’S DIARY Western Resources’ exciting find 108
Advertising 109
BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL Multi-nationals in developing countries 110
THE UNITED STATES 110
INDIA 110 , 112
Advertising 111
KOREA 112
SPACE TECHNOLOGY 112
Advertising 113 , 114
Tax cuts become gut issue in the US 115
Advertising 115
PIERPONT ‘Blue’ chips off the old Loch 116 , 117
Advertising 117
WILDCAT 118 , 120
Advertising 119 , 120 , 121 , 122
FARMING The dilemmas of famine in the arid zones 123
INTELLIGENCER Longreach cop short-time flop 124
For sale – a site for a bite 124
Strine – according to Stephen 124
Better to give than receive? 124
The glass-blower didn’t blow it – Teddy did 124
Churches have a stab at sex 125
Call of the bile-d 125
Practise what you preach... 125
Poland – a prophetic postulation 125
No title 125
‘Bummer’ promo that’s great! 125
All their own work 125
THE GAMES PEOPLE PLAY CROSSWORD 126
BACKGAMMON 126
BRIDGE 126
Advertising 127 , 128

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