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Text:"... Anglo American Corp. will mark the end of an era. For the first time since the corporation was founded 65 years ago by Oppenheimer's father, SirErnest, an Oppenheimer won't head the multinational..."
Date:July 10 1982
Publication:Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
Text:".... The defendants were Mr. S. B. Joel, Mr. J. B. Joel, Messrs. Barna-to Bros., Mr. W. Dunkels, SirErnestOppenheimer, Mr. Louis Oppeuheiin-er, Mr. H. Claridge, Messrs. A. Dun-kelsbuhler and Co., Mr. Otto Oppenheimer..."
Date:Apr 7 1930
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
Text:"... Limited. At its head is the real "diamond king" of the world. SirErnestOppenheimer. All diamonds are not perfect A minute flaw may ruin a stone's ap- pearance, yet not impair its texture. It still is hard..."
Date:Mar 27 1937
Publication:Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States of America
Text:"... worth of jewels stolen rom Mrs. Harry Oppenheimer, daughter-in-law of diamond mag- nate SirErnestOppenheimer. Au- borities said 98 per cent of the -nissing gems were found in a cardboard 'box in a suite..."
Date:Dec 15 1955
Publication:Atchison, Kansas, United States of America
Text:"... c-ha Her The diamond empire of the curt ency The last statement Ernes? ».•dunce . i«ie .SirErnestOppenheimer nas wa* mterpreted by the Oppen- art talks !e a painter oegiai to »how it* tlaws..."
Date:Feb 3 1958
Publication:Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
Text:"... stolen from Mrs. Harry Oppenheimer. daughter-in-law ot diamond mar- nate SirErnestOppenheimer. Au- IhiirJties said it per cent of Uw missing gems were found In a card- board box In a suite of roomj of a..."
Date:Dec 15 1955
Publication:Centralia, Washington, United States of America
Text:".... back' to school and gained a.scholar- ship- to- Turfloop from funds set up by SirErnestOppenheimer and made. his speech. Expelled to teaching are paid less than their white counterparts Mblding jobs..."
Date:July 30 1972
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
Text:"... by Oppenheimer and his ex- ecutives. It is not simply be- cause De Beers is bie. The key factor is the shrewd manner in which the 68-year- old Oppenheimer and his father. SirErnestOppenheimer, have managed..."
Date:Oct 19 1977
Publication:Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
Text:"... to renew a marketing agreement with the Diamond Trading the Selling agency of the big South African De Beers mining organization Titular head of De Beers is aged ailing SirErnestOppenheimer Un- til..."
Date:Jan 20 1952
Publication:Ogden, Utah, United States of America
Text:"... of tin-roof shacks on the edge of the veld that strangely is now the last of Johannesburg’s infamous black shantytowns. In 1954, financier SirErnestOppenheimer, the late head of Anglo American Corp..."
Date:Feb 14 1972
Publication:Harrisonburg, Virginia, United States of America
Text:"... ErnestOppenheimer and his son, Harry, at the head. The 1945 net profit from their mines at Bulfontein and Dutoitspan was and they control other immensely rich fields in the Congo, Angola and Brazil. Once..."
Date:Dec 29 1946
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
Text:"..., of Johannesburg that is controlled by SirErnestOppenheimer. The price paid for the stone has not been revealed, but experts esti- mate it was about the same as the insurance figure. It is not certain how..."
Date:Jan 22 1953
Publication:Edwardsville, Illinois, United States of America
Text:"... nt One was a 42G-cnrat stone which a diamond magnate, SirErnestOppenheimer, has called the most magnificent ever found in South Africa. London's Diamond Trading Co, put the gems in the mail Friday..."
Date:Jan 29 1956
Publication:Billings, Montana, United States of America
Text:"... into the hole. SirErnestOppenheimer came to Kimberley in 1902 as a diamond buyer and eventually got control of De Beers. Now his Harry heads it and other mining con- cerns. The De Beers brothers found peace..."
Date:Aug 21 1971
Publication:Odessa, Texas, United States of America
Text:"... and that was about A trickle of diamonds came from India and and the state of Arkansas supplied a But the giant was the De Beers founded by Cecil Rhodes in and of which SirErnestOppenheimer is chairman It managed..."
Date:Aug 29 1951
Publication:Hutchinson, Kansas, United States of America
Text:"... the late SirErnestOppenheimer as chairman of De dated Mines Ltd. and member of subsidiary companies. father Beers Consoli- The visitors who lost their left Ralph Horton. five minutes after play when he..."
Date:Dec 7 1957
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
Text:"... she administers from Mrs. Harry Oppenheimer, daughter-in-law of diamond mag- nate SirErnestOppenheimer. Au- thorities said 98 per cent of the missing gems were found in a card- board box in a suite..."
Date:Dec 15 1955
Publication:Winona, Minnesota, United States of America
Text:"... Onpenheimper son and daughterinlaw of the diamond and gold magnate SirErnestOppenheimer On trial with Miles is William L Pearson 32The third man Purcival William Radley is a witness for the prosecution..."
Date:Jan 21 1956
Publication:Titusville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Text:"... gets washing dry and fluffy-soft. $239.95 • AliO in fas motilflg» Diamond Kin^ Retires London—SirErnestOppenheimer, known as the diamond king, Monday resigned his permanent directorship of the Anglo..."
Date:Feb 24 1953
Publication:Helena, Montana, United States of America
Text:".... tllriurd on Fnxr Sit The SirErnestOppenheimer Dead at 77 JOHANNESBURG, Nov. 25 Ernest Oppenheimer, South African mining magnate and one of the world's richest men, died today at the age of 77. Oppenheimer..."
Date:Nov 25 1957
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America