Wednesday, September 12, 2012

September 12


September issues of different magazines


SEPTEMBER 12

Celebrity World  Vol. 3 No. 162, September 12, 1994
On the Cover: Plinky Recto

GLIMPSE FROM THE PAST

American actress Joan Collins
on the cover of Life (September 12, 1955).

Setyembre 12 sa Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas

          Noong Setyembre 12, 1896, matapos paghuhulihin, ikulong at pahirapan, labing-tatlong Filipino ang ipinapatay ng pamahalaang koloniyal ng mga Kastila malapit sa timugang muog ng Fort San Felipe sa Cavite. Ang kanilang mga bangkay ay isinakay sa isang kariton at inihagis sa isang libingan malapit sa bayan ng Caridad. Sila ang kinikilala sa kasaysayan ng Pilipinas na Labing-tatlong Martir ng Cavite.
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          Isang araw matapos ang kaniyang ika-64 na kaarawan, noong Setyembre 12, 1981, sa pamamagitan ng Letter of Instruction No. 1161, naglaan si Pangulong Ferdinand Marcos ng isang bilyong piso bilang pondo ng Kilusang Kabuhayan at Kaunlaran (KKK). Malaki ang naitulong ng programang ito upang mapababa ang halaga ng mga bilihin at maibsan ang malaking gastusin ng mga mamamayan lalo na ang mga mahihirap.
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Personalities and celebrities born on September 12:
1875 – Mariano Riego de Dios, revolutionary general and member of the Katipunan – in Maragondon, Cavite (d. February 7, 1935).
1913 – Gerardo “Gerry” de Leon (birth name Gerardo Ilagan), medical doctor, actor, director and National Artist for Cinema (1982) (d. July 25, 1981).
1936 – Guillermo Gomez Rivera, poet, playwright, journalist and linguist – in Dingle, Iloilo.
1972 – Jeffrey J. Cariaso, basketball player – in San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
1973 – Kara David (Kara Patria Constantino David), multi-awarded broadcast journalist. 

Kara David
gracing the cover of Celebrity Living (June 2012).
 



Heather Locklear on the cover of
TV Guide (September 12, 2004).
Picture Trivia
          American actress Heather Locklear is known for the roles she played in several television series: as Sammy Jo Carrington in Dynasty, Officer Stacy Sheridan in T.J. Hooker, Paige Connally in The Fall Guy, Amanda Woodward in Melrose Place, at Caitlin Moore in Spin City.
          In 2004, she played the lead role as Harley Random in another TV series, LAX, which is about the circumstances and events in the Los Angeles International Airport. She was also the executive producer of the NBC series. Due to bad reviews and low ratings, the series lasted only 13 episodes.
 

 
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