CRAF Klasix Magasin Taon 1 Blg. 12, Hulyo 2, 1964
Tampok sa taklob-pahina ang kuwentong “Marko Bandido” ni Francisco V. Coching at Medy Tarnate
na iginuhit ni Federico Javinal
GLIMPSE FROM THE PAST
|Jayne Mansfield on the cover of Picturegoer July 2, 1955 issue.|
Events that happened on July 2:
1973 – The San Juanico Bridge (also known as the Marcos Bridge), the longest bridge in the Philippines and in Southeast Asia during the time connecting the islands of Samar and Leyte, was inaugurated
1993 – The processional boat or pagoda bearing the Wawa holy cross capsized in the middle of a river. About 275 devotees drowned. It is known as the Bocaue Tragedy.
Personalities and celebrities born on July 2:
1862 – Proceso Pabalan, composer and considered as the “Father of Pampango Plays” – in Bacolor, Pampanga (d. January 1, 1904)
1877 – Proceso Gabriel, doctor of medicine and bacteriologist (d. November 4, 1935).
1929 – Imelda R. Marcos (born Imelda Remedios Visitacion Romualdez), public servant, politician and first lady – in Leyte.
On the left: Portrait
of First Lady Imelda R. Marcos |
on the cover of Liwayway (May 28, 1956).
On the right: An artist’s illustration of “Imelda (The World’s Most Beautiful First Lady)
on the cover of Pilipino Komiks No. 473 (October 27, 1966).
1960 – Lourdes Sereneo (born Maria Lourdes Punzalan Aranal), lawyer, jurist, law professor and 24th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court – in Manila.
1961 – Tetchie Agbayani (real name Visitacion Agbayani del Prado), actress and model – in Manila.
|Tetchie Agbayani |
on the covers of People Magazine (July 25, 1982) and Playboy German Edition (July 1982).
1980 – Ciara Sotto (full name Ciara Anna Gamboa Sotto), actress and singer.
A Meeting Of Two Great Women
Lady Imelda R. Marcos shaking hands with India’s Premier Indira Gandhi|
(From Philippine Free Press Vol. 81 No. 15, April 15, 1989).
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