Wolfgang Loitzl Birthday, Date of Birth

Wolfgang Loitzl

Wolfgang Loitzl (born 13 January 1980) is a former Austrian ski jumper. He was the winner of the 2008–09 Four Hills Tournament and the 2009 Normal Hill World Champion.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Sunday, January 13, 1980
Place of Birth
Bad Ischl
Age
41
Star Sign

The January 13, 1980 was a Sunday under the star sign of . It was the 12 day of the year. President of the United States was Jimmy Carter.

If you were born on this day, you are 41 years old. Your last birthday was on the Wednesday, January 13, 2021, 5 days ago. Your next birthday is on Thursday, January 13, 2022, in 359 days. You have lived for 14,981 days, or about 359,548 hours, or about 21,572,891 minutes, or about 1,294,373,461 seconds.

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13th of January 1980 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on January 13, 1980

Canton Paper Publishing Again

Date: 14 January 1980

Guangdong Overseas Chinese News, paper designed mainly for relatives in China of overseas Chinese, resumes publication in Canton (S)

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BOOK ENDS; An Old House Made New The T.L.S. Catches Up Imagining Poe

Date: 13 January 1980

By Herbert Mitgang

Herbert Mitgang

Comment on new publishing house of Ticknor & Fields, which is operating in NY, Boston and New Haven; head is Chester Kerr; drawing (M)

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News Summary; International National Metropolitan

Date: 14 January 1980

US offers Pakistan $400 million in economic and and military aid over next 2 years to help it defend itself against Soviet expansion; Carter Adm seeks European participation in aid program (M)

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News Summary; International Energy National Metropolitan

Date: 13 January 1980

Michael T Kaufman article on India's response to Soviet invasion; map (M)

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Realty News--; 3 Park Avenue Hauppauge, L.I.

Date: 13 January 1980

Agency leases space in mixed-use tower at 3 Park Ave at 34th St (S)

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Follow-Up on the News; Army Equality Murder at Sea World Citizen

Date: 13 January 1980

RICHARD HAITCH

Richard HAITCH

US Army notes it has corrected policies which led women to charge it with discrimination in recruiting; notes changes have resulted in attainment of monthly recruiting goals which had not been met during dispute (S)

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Bullish Wall Street Journal Is Largest Daily in U.S.; News Executives Shifted Audience Is Wealthy Specialized Definition of News Rise in Competition Design Consultants Used 'Criticized by a Friend'

Date: 13 January 1980

By DEIRDRE CARMODY

Deirdre CARMODY

Article on what is apparently largest circulation daily newspaper in US; associate publisher is Peter R Kann; reasons for paper's growth noted; William Giles, editor of Detroit News, comments; illus of chairman Warren H Phillips, president Ray Shaw and Kann (M)

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Major News; In Summary U.S., Third World Gear Up Responses To Soviet Invasion Embargoes Were The Simple Part Return in Triumph For Mrs. Gandhi

Date: 13 January 1980

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World News Briefs; Israeli Envoy to Egypt Appointed by Cabinet Family of Soviet Dissident To Join Him in U.S. Pakistan Refuses to Free Mrs. Bhutto and Daughter Czechs Said to Release Dissident Jailed 3 Years

Date: 14 January 1980

Special to The New York Times

Family of Soviet dissident Aleksandr Ginzburg has agreed to join him in America without informally adopted youth, Sergei Shibayev, they had originally insisted on bringing along (S)

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World News Briefs; Tito Is Hospitalized Again For Surgery on Leg Veins Aide Says U.S. Will Take Refugees From Malaysia North Korean Seeks Talks With Counterpart in South Italy Announces Controls On Foreigners in Country

Date: 13 January 1980

US Refugees Coordinator Victor Palmieri leaves for Bangkok, Thailand, after 3-day visit to Malaysia, during which he committed US to taking 3,000 refugees mostly from Malaysia; says there are 34,000 refugees in Malaysia, compared with 70,000 last summer; emphasizes situation is much worse in Thailand (S)

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