Guido de Marco Birthday, Date of Birth

Guido de Marco

Guido de Marco, (22 July 1931 – 12 August 2010) was a Maltese politician, who served as the sixth President of Malta from 1999 to 2004. A noted statesman and lawmaker, de Marco also served as Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of the Interior, Justice, and Minister for Foreign Affairs.

He was elected President of the 45th session of the United Nations General Assembly in 1990, and Chairman of the Commonwealth Foundation in 2004. A renowned criminal lawyer, he defended some of the landmark cases in Malta during the 1980s. His sudden death in 2010 shocked the nation and prompted three days of national mourning and a state funeral.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Wednesday, July 22, 1931
Place of Birth
Valletta
Age
90
Star Sign

The July 22, 1931 was a Wednesday under the star sign of . It was the 202 day of the year. President of the United States was Herbert Hoover.

If you were born on this day, you are 90 years old. Your last birthday was on the Thursday, July 22, 2021, 2 days ago. Your next birthday is on Friday, July 22, 2022, in 362 days. You have lived for 32,875 days, or about 789,005 hours, or about 47,340,316 minutes, or about seconds.

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22nd of July 1931 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on July 22, 1931

Obituary 8 -- No Title

Date: 23 July 1931

Hessberg, H M

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FALL'S OWN VERSION OF THE DOHENY LOAN; Settlement of Mexican Troubles Led to Oil Man's Offer of $100,000, Says Ex-Secretary. NEEDED CASH FOR RANCH Sellers of Property Opposed Taking Checks Because Banks Were Failing, He Declares. Tells of Doheny's Gratitude. Told of Plan to Buy Ranch. Thought Himself Rid of Reserves.

Date: 22 July 1931

Fall gives version of Doheny transaction, in one of series of articles on Harding administration

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EXCURSIONIST IS SHOT IN LAKE RUM CHASE; Lowman Expresses Regret at Mishap to Man on Church Boat Outing Off Detroit. Regret Expressed by Lowman.

Date: 23 July 1931

Special to The New York Times

Wounded by C E Fish and A Wehalowsky, dry agents, while shooting at rum-runner

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LAWYERS' FISTS FLY AT GITLIN HEARING; Steinbrink, Punched on Jaw by Attorney Who Says He Was Called Shyster, Hits Back. NEW HOSPITAL PLEA FILED Decision on Incorporation Likely Next Week--Fitness of Head Debated at Session. Row Outgrowth of Protest. Physicians Testify.

Date: 23 July 1931

Fitness of Gitlin debated at session

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PUTS CITY VICE DATA BEFORE GRAND JURY; Worthington Presents Reports of Reform Group on District of Resorts in Brooklyn. CURB ON NIGHT LIFE BEGINS Police Start Scrutiny of Cabarets and Dance Halls to Eliminate Disreputable Rendezvous. Club Owners Skeptical. Testifies on Brooklyn District. Sees Vice in Grip of Gangs.

Date: 22 July 1931

G E Worthington, sec of Com of 14, presents vice rept to grand jury; check-up begins

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WHITE HOME FIRST IN SOUND REGATTA; Wins in Interclub Class by 40 Seconds in Larchmont Junior Races. GIRLS AND BOYS COMPETE Miss Louise Kunhardt Has Sallover in Six-Meter Division--Miss Savier Scores. Sailing Orders Overheard. Interclubs Sail 9 Miles. Miss Bavier Home First.

Date: 23 July 1931

By JAMES ROBBINS. Special to The New York Times

James ROBBINS

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SAY UTILITIES HERE SEEK GERMAN STOCK; Berlin Circles Hear Americans Will Discuss Buying Into Essen Electric Works. CITIES NOW HOLD SHARES Deposited Them as Collateral for Credits, Which They Can't Repay --National City Co. Has Option.

Date: 22 July 1931

Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES

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FINANCIAL NOTES.

Date: 22 July 1931

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I.C.C. 'UNDISTURBED' OVER BECK'S THREAT; Brainerd Says Rate Decision Depends "on the Record," Despite Protests Over Delay. TO HEAR OPPONENTS NEXT Adjournment Is Taken as Pleas Are Made That the Emergency Makes Speed Essential. Hearing Is Adjourned. Valuation Figures Offered. Points in Application Cleared Up. Says Vacations Will Mean No Delay.

Date: 22 July 1931

Special to The New York Times

Hearings adjourned; Comr Brainerd, in lr to Sen Capper, comments on J M Beck's protests over delay, E S Mead sees danger in delay

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Goetz to Give Musical Comedy.

Date: 22 July 1931

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