Stefan Everts Birthday, Date of Birth

Stefan Everts

Stefan Everts (born 25 November 1972) is a Belgian former professional motocross racer. He competed in the Motocross World Championships from 1988 to 2006. Everts is notable for winning a record 10 FIM motocross world championships and 101 motocross Grand Prix race victories, making him the most successful world championship motocross racer in history.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Saturday, November 25, 1972
Place of Birth
Bree
Age
49
Star Sign

The November 25, 1972 was a Saturday under the star sign of . It was the 329 day of the year. President of the United States was Richard M. Nixon.

If you were born on this day, you are 49 years old. Your last birthday was on the Thursday, November 25, 2021, 4 days ago. Your next birthday is on Friday, November 25, 2022, in 360 days. You have lived for 17,901 days, or about 429,633 hours, or about 25,777,988 minutes, or about 1,546,679,301 seconds.

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25th of November 1972 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on November 25, 1972

SINGAPORE LEADER THREATENS PRESS; Lee Says Those Who Print 'Unfit' News Face Trouble

Date: 26 November 1972

Singapore Prime Min Lee Kuan Yee warns that he will be judge of what news is fit to print in Singapore, speech at Singapore Press Club's annual dinner at which he is guest of hon; says those who persist in disseminating the 'unfit' will face trouble

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Bureaucratic Wall

Date: 26 November 1972

Ed on Exec Order on Security Classification issued by Pres Nixon in March holds that order has made little progress in facilitating release of classified documents; holds reasons for keeping tight hold on classified documents seem not to be substantitive, but rather procedural; says Nixon should give some thought to assuring that his order to make available what 'properly belongs to the public' is not frustrated by his own bureaucracy's tendency to secrecy

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By M. L. Stein

Date: 25 November 1972

M L Stein comment deplores NYS lack of open record law which would require govt bodies to publish minutes of deliberations

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Heart Transplants Fell Into Disrepute'; Dr. Barnard on the Media

Date: 26 November 1972

By CHRISTIAAN N. BARNARD

Christiaan BARNARD

Dr C N Barnard article, describing publicity by mass media given 1st heart transplant in '67, says problem of med profession is to decide how to use assns with media to maximize benefits to objectives of med and to minimize harm; discusses problems arising from publicity about operation

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By John Gardner

Date: 25 November 1972

J Gardner article says secrecy in Govt is ruling attribute at every level; Says regulatory agencies often meet behind closed doors, omit public hearings and suppress repts public should see; charges such practices sever link of accountability between elected official and his constituents and that accountability depends on access; says unnecessary secrecy in exec branch has reached peak in matters relating to natl security and that virtually every public figure associated with natl security affairs acknowledges that system of classifying documents to preserve secrecy has been overextended and abused; holds zeal for secrecy extends to every exec branch agency; notes Cong, in effort to lessen exec secrecy, passed Freedom of Information Act but that exec branch fought to weaken statute and succeeded all too well; says best hope of enforcing act is by bringing whole process of citizen information-seeking and agency response into open; holds bill recently introduced by Sen Chiles to open to public all legis and exec branch meetings except those dealing with natl security or matters involving personal privacy is best opportunity for opening up both Cong and exec branch; sketch

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The Popkin Case -- an Ominous Chill

Date: 26 November 1972

-- ROBERT REINHOLD

Comment on jailing of Prof S L Popkin and reporters P J Bridge (Newark Evening News) and W T Farr (Los Angeles Herald-Examiner) holds cases are reptdly regarded by many as 1st fallout from Sup Ct decision last June, involving E Caldwell (NY Times), in which Ct held that newsmen possess no inherent right under concept of free press to refuse to testify about their work before grand juries; says cases raise perplexing legal and ethical problems, such as how is scholar or newsman to freely pursue his investigation of Govt activities and other sensitive areas of modern life if he cannot protect confidentiality of his sources and how is Govt's duty to investigate crime to be balanced against damage done to free society by imprisonment of scholars and newsmen; Profs P Nejelski and A J Reiss comment on effects of Popkin's jailing; illus of Popkin

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Of Law And Men

Date: 25 November 1972

By Anthony Lewis

Anthony Lewis

A Lewis comment on recent jailing of Prof S L Popkin for his refusal to answer Govt's questions about Pentagon papers compares action to jailing of Dr E K Barsky, who refused to give House Un-Amer Activities Com records of Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Com; says both cases are alike in showing how vindictive men may use law to threaten interests of privacy and professional integrity; says Govt's claim of citizen's traditional duty to testify is notably weak in Popkin case because Govt has shown so little need for answers to questions it asks except in terms of 'fishing expedition'

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News Picks FinanciAl Editor

Date: 25 November 1972

financial editor of NY News C J Elia will join ed dept of Wall Street Journal

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Godfrey, Crocker Tied in Golf

Date: 25 November 1972

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Ex-Egyptian Aide Sentenced as Spy

Date: 26 November 1972

By The Associated Press

Cairo newspapers rept on Nov 25 that former Amb and mil attache M M A Ghaffar has received 10-yr prison term on charges of espionage; say Ghaffar was accused of communicating with unnamed Western country, maintaining close links with Israel and supplying it intelligence and pol, econ and mil information; Ghaffar was discharged from diplomatic service in '59 for alleged 'personal abnormalities'

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