Sergio Goycochea Birthday, Date of Birth

Sergio Goycochea

Sergio Javier Goycochea (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈseɾxjo xaˈβjeɾ ɣoikoˈtʃea]; born 17 October 1963) is an Argentine former football goalkeeper and male model. He is best known for helping his country reach the 1990 FIFA World Cup Final with his penalty kick saves.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Thursday, October 17, 1963
Place of Birth
Buenos Aires
Age
57
Star Sign

The October 17, 1963 was a Thursday under the star sign of . It was the 289 day of the year. President of the United States was John F. Kennedy.

If you were born on this day, you are 57 years old. Your last birthday was on the Saturday, October 17, 2020, 2 days ago. Your next birthday is on Sunday, October 17, 2021, in 362 days. You have lived for 20,822 days, or about 499,742 hours, or about 29,984,554 minutes, or about 1,799,073,283 seconds.

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17th of October 1963 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on October 17, 1963

Algeria Ousts French Editor

Date: 17 October 1963

M Akselrad (France) ousted

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STOCKS REGISTER STRONG ADVANCE; All Market Averages Rise --A.T.&T., R.C.A., I.B.M. and Xerox at Highs TURNOVER IS 5,570,000 Spurt Is Attributed to Continued Bullish News in Industry Reports Dow-Jones at High STOCKS REGISTER STRONG ADVANCE Electronics Strong Bulova Active

Date: 17 October 1963

By GENE SMITH

Gene SMITH

5.57 million

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Poland Ousts 2 U.S. Diplomats; Charges 'Improper Activities'; Izvestia Accuses U.S. A.P. Denies Charges

Date: 17 October 1963

Izvestia article by A Haman charges US spy ring in Sweden uses Amer newsmen and others; cites T Reedy and G Svensson (AP); AP exec W Gallagher denial

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NEWSPAPERS LAUDED FOR AID TO THE BLIND

Date: 18 October 1963

Lighthouse awards presented to NYC Publishers Assn

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Mirror's Close Laid in Part to Type of Circulation; Data Show It Was Second Paper for Most--Linage Had Been Dropping Advertising Revenue Crucial 'Tightening-Up' Sought More Papers Down Incomes Shown

Date: 17 October 1963

By PETER KIHSSThe New York Times

Peter New

Apr-Sept daily circulation down 11.4%, Sunday 1.6%

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Letters to The Times; Press Chided on Mme. Nhu State Department Official Denies Criticism Implies Censorship Guarantees Sought Backing Up Officials Bokaro Defeat Assessed Opposition to Indian Steel Mill as Socialistic Questioned Capital Unavailable William Bundy a Democrat No Damage to Exports

Date: 17 October 1963

ROBERT MANNING, Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs. Washington, Oct. 15, 1963.ODED I. REMBA, Assistant Professor of Economics, Staten Island Community College. Staten Island, N.Y., Oct. 4, 1963.JAMES RESTON, Washington, Oct. 16, 1963

Robert MANNING

Asst Sec Manning lr on Oct 14 ed says State Dept criticism of coverage of Mrs Ngo Dinh Nhu's trip stems from dept attempt to win guarantees of freedom and safety for Amer newsmen in Vietnam; says treatment accorded her in US will impede dept efforts

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Union Balks Journal Move To Start Nighttime Edition; Dispute With Pressmen Cancels Plan --Other Papers Compete for Share of The Mirror's Circulation JOURNAL EDITION BALKED BY UNION Meeting Called Off Trust Inquiry Begun Call from Pottstown

Date: 17 October 1963

By CHARLES GRUTZNER

Charles GRUTZNER

Journal-Amer plan to pub special Starlight Edition blocked by Pressmen's Union refusal to print; NY Herald Tribune appears earlier than usual; union files unfair labor practices charge with NLRB; Justice Dept atty confs with Murphy; Deliverers Union repts all Mirror drivers relocated; NYC Newspaper Reporters Assn sets up employment service; empty Mirror newsroom illus; P Salinger urges strong 'preventive med' to end trend toward fewer papers, s, NYC

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News Summary and Index; The Major Events of the Day

Date: 18 October 1963

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TIMES ANNOUNCES CIRCULATION DATA; Decline Since Strike Noted --October Rise Foreseen Other Figures Withheld Predicts Good Showing

Date: 17 October 1963

By JOHN M. LEE

Apr-Sept avg circulation was 603,574 daily (11.4% below '62 period), 1,283,785 Sunday (off 1.6%), 1st figures pub by any NYC paper since strike; I Veit hails performance, predicts gains

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JOURNAL ISSUES A NIGHT EDITION; 'Starlight' Put Out as Union Dispute Is Settled Journal-American Adds Edition In Bid for New Nighttime Sales 'Misunderstanding' Settled News Gives Data Placements Made

Date: 18 October 1963

By PETER KIHSS

Peter KIHSS

Apr-Sept circulation was off 9.2%

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