Friday, March 2, 2012

March 2


March issues of different magazines

MARCH 2
Pilipino Funny Komiks Blg. 298, Marso 2, 1984
Tampok sa taklob pahina ang “Dax”
na katha ni Joey Martinez at iginuhit ni Buddy Gernale
 
Events that happened on March 2
1903 – The first population census was held. The results, including the total Philippine population at that time (7,635,426), were published on 1905.
1940 – The first literary protest in the Philippines was held at Plaza Moriones in Manila. Members of the Kapisanang Panitikan (literary organization) burned symbolic copies of books written by their elders amid fiery speeches condemning the state of national literature.
1945 – Corregidor was liberated by American forces from the Japanese.
1989 – Republic Act 6715 or “The New Labor Code” was signed into law.
 

Personalities and celebrities born on March 2:
1847 – Cayetano L. Arellano, first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (June18, 1901 - April 1, 1920) of the Philippines – in Orion, Bataan. (d. December 23, 1920)
1891 – Tomas Confesor, politician and guerrilla leader in Panay during the Japanese Occupation – in Cabatuan, Iloilo. (d. June 6, 1951)
1960 – Hector Calma, professional basketball player – in Manila.
1988 – Nadine Samonte (real name Nadine Burgos Eidloth), Filipino-German actress and commercial model – in Rosenheim, Bavaria, Germany.
Nadine Samonte on the cover of MOD August 19, 2005 issue
 
Ang “Double Cross” ni Francisco V. Coching
Ang "Double Cross" ni Francisco V. Coching
nasa taklob-pahina ng  Espesyal Komiks,
na may petsang Marso 2, 1959.
          Ang “Double Cross” ay isang nobelang pang-komiks na isinulat at iginuhit ni Francisco V. Coching sa Espesyal komiks (1959-1960). Isinapelikula ito ng Sampaguita Pictures sa ilalim ng direksyon ni Conrado Conde. Itinampok dito si Luis Gonzales sa pangunahing papel.
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Yank Far East Edition Vol. 2 No. 31, March 2, 1945.
Larawang Tribiya
          Ang Yank ay isang panglingguhan babasahing magazine na inilabas ng United States military noong World War II. Ito ay mula sa konsepto ni Egbert White na dati ng nagtrabaho sa Stars and Stripes noong World War I. Siya ay binigyan ng U.S. Army ng ranggong Lieutenant Colonel upang pamunuan ang publication. Naging unang editor nito si Major Hertzell Spence. Naglalaman ito ng mga kuwentong isinulat ng mga enlisted rank soldiers, larawan ng pin-up girls (mga sikat na artista sa dulaan at pelikula), ang “G.I. Joe” cartoons ni Dave Breger at ang “Sad Sack “cartoons ni Sgt. George baker. Umabot ang circulation nito ng 2.6 million.
          Sa Pilipinas, ibinebenta ito sa halagang 10 centavos (1943-1945). Sa isang cover ng Far East Edition ng Yank (Vol. 2 No. 31, March 2, 1945), itinampok ang larawang may pamagat na “Philippine Procession” kung saan makikita ang isang kalesa na sinusundan ng isang tangkeng pandigma ng America.
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