Friday, June 29, 2012

June 29

June issues of different magazines

Pilipino Funny Komiks Blg. 315, Hunyo 29, 1984
Tampok sa taklob-pahina ang kuwentong may aral na “Ang Musikerong Mangingisda”

Events that happened on June 29:
1900 – The Liceo de Manila, the first institute of higher learning in Manila with a completely Filipino faculty, opened.
1944 – The United States Congress passed Joint Resolution No. 83 and 93. The former gave the U.S. the right to retain military (naval and air) bases in the Philippines while the latter authorized the U.S. president to proclaimed the independence of the Philippines on July 4, 1945.
2011 – The Philippine National Railways reopened the “Bicol Express” rail service from the Tutuban station to naga City.

Personalities and celebrities born on June 29:
1879 – Pedro B. Navarro, musician, band conductor and soldier – in Tagudin, Ilocos Sur (d. March 9, 1951).
1978 – Nicole Scherzinger (real name Nicole Prescovia Elikolani Valiente), Filipino- American recording artist, songwriter, dancer, model, television personality, philanthropist and actress – in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Nicole Scherzinger on the covers of Blender (November 2007)
and Maxim U.S. (July 2010).

1986 – Iya Villania (full name Raelene Elaine Ebaler Villania), Filipino-Australian video jockey, actress, television host and model – in Camperdown, New South Wales, Australia. 
Iya Villania on the covers of UNO (May 2011) and Health Today (February 2012)

Samantha Fox on the cover of Penthouse
June 1987 issue.
Picture Trivia
Samantha Fox first appeared as a topless model on “Page Three” of the U. K. newspaper The Sun in 1983 when she was just 16 years old. Her destiny changed in 1986 when, as a pop singer, she launched her debut single “Touch Me (I Want Your Body).” It became the Number 1 hit in 17 countries including Australia, Canada and South Africa, and made it to Number 3 in U.K. and Number 4 in the United States.
Samantha Fox debut single “Touch Me
(I Want Your Body)”
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