Experts join Bob Massi to provide insight and expertise on the real estate market on Bob Massi is the Property Man.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Bob Massi is the Property Man - January 1969 - Netflix
The following events occurred in January 1969:
Bob Massi is the Property Man - January 2, 1969 (Thursday) - Netflix
Australian media baron Rupert Murdoch purchased the largest-selling British Sunday newspaper, The News of the World as shareholders of the News voted to accept his bid over that of British book publisher Robert Maxwell. Murdoch would purchase newspapers in the U.S. in the 1970s, notably the New York Post, and enter television in the 1980s with the founding of the Fox Network. The government of France announced that its office of government property would start a campaign for the sale of individual lots on the Maginot Line that had been built during the 1930s in an unsuccessful attempt to prevent a German invasion. China Airlines Flight 227 crashed into a mountain peak on the island of Taiwan while enroute from Hualin to Kaohsiung, killing all 24 people on board. Born: Dean Francis Alfar, Philippine speculative fiction author Tommy Morrison, American heavyweight boxer who held the WBO title for four months in 1993; in Gravette, Arkansas (d. 2013) Christy Turlington, American supermodel and advocate for maternal health; in Walnut Creek, California
Died: Gilbert Miller, 84, American prolific theatrical producer and two time Tony Award winner
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