Wednesday, September 19, 2012

September 19



 
SEPTEMBER 19
Kick Fighter Action Komiks Taon 2 Blg. 86
Tampok sa taklob-pahina ang Biotrog na likhang-isip ni Jojo Ende Jr na iginuhit ni Gilbert Monsanto
(Ang scan ay padala ng isang nagpakilalang Robert Ryan Reyes)

MUKHA NG NAKARAAN
Ang “Torkwata” na likhang-isip ni Carlos Gonda (Pablo S. Gomez) at iginuhit ni Nestor Redondo,
tampok sa taklob-pahina ng Hiwaga Komiks Blg. 156 na may petsang Setyembre 19, 1956.
(Mula sa Atlas Publishing archive)


Setyembre 19 sa Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas

          Noong Setyembre 19, 1987, ang founder at Secretary-General ng Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (BAYAN) na si Lean Alejandro ay pinaslang sa harapan ng BAYAN headquarters sa Quezon City. Dalawang araw bago ang pamamaslang, noong Setyembre 17, nagpahayag si Alejandro ng pambansang malawakang demonstrasyon laban sa pasismong lumilitaw di-umano sa rehimeng Cory Aquino
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          Nagwagi ng gintong medalya ang bowler na si Arianne Cerdeña noong Setyembre 19, 1988, sa demonstration sport na bowling sa 24th Summer Olympics sa Seoul, South Korea.
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Si Cris Valdez habang tumatanggap ng International Peace Prize Award
mula kay Nobel laureate Desmond Tutu (ang larawan ay mula sa Yahoo News-AFP).
          Ika-19 ng Setyembre, ginawaran ang 13-anyos na si Cris “Kesz” Valdez ng 2012 International Peace Prize Award sa Hague, Netherlands, dahil sa kaniyang mga gawain na pagtulong sa mga kagaya niyang batang lansangan. Ang 1984 Nobel Peace Prize laureate na si Desmond Mpilo Tutu (South Africa) ang nag-abot ng award kay Valdez. Kalakip ng gawad karangalan, pinagkalooban din si Valdez ng 100,000 Euros (katumbas ng humigit-kumulang 130,000 dollars).
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Personalities and celebrities born on September 19:
1829 – Joaquin Pardo de Tavera, lawyer, professor and member of Consejo de Administracion de Ayuntamiento de Manila – in Manila (d. March 19, 1884).
1910 – Arturo M. Tolentino, statesman, constitutionalist, lawmaker, Vice-President and “Father of the Philippine Archipelagic Doctrine,” in Manila (d. August 2, 2004).

Arturo M. Tolentino (side-by-side with President Ferdinand E. Marcos)
running for vice-president as presented in a campaign sticker for the 1986 Snap Presidential Election.
They won the election but were unable to sit as president and vice-president.
When President Marcos was kidnapped to Hawaii by the Americans during the EDSA-I Revolt,
Senator Tolentino should have replaced him as president being the elected and de jure vice-president,
but his mandate was robbed from him and he was also summarily deposed.
Many political historian speculated that Tolentino
would have been one of the best president of the Philippines had he been given the chance.


1934 – Peping Cojuangco (full name Jose Sumulong Conjuangco Jr), politician and government official – in Manila.


Ang “Inspirasiyon” ni Mars Ravelo
Ang nobela ni Mars Ravelo na “Inspirasiyon,”
tampok sa taklob-pahina ng Tagalog Klasiks
(Setyembre 19, 1953).
          Ang nobelang-komiks na “Inspirasiyon” ni Mars Ravelo ay iginuhit ni Jesse F. Santos para sa mga pahina ng Tagalog Klasiks (1953). Ito ay isinapelikula ng Sampaguita Pictures noon ding 1953 sa ilalim ng direksiyon ni Armando Garces. Tampok sa pelikula ang mga bituing sina Carmen Rosales, Norma Vales, Van de Leon at Katy de la Cruz.
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Kylie Minogue on the cover of More
(September 19 – October 2, 2001).
Picture Trivia
          The famed Australian singer Kylie Minogue started out as a child actress in an Australian television soap opera titled Neighbours. As a singer, her first song, “Locomotion,” became the “highest-selling single of the decade.”
          At the conclusion of the Sydney Olympics in 2000, Minogue sang the Abba signature song “Dancing Queen” and her single “On a Night Like This.”
          In 2001, Minogue released her eighth album Fever. It soared to Number One in Australia, United Kingdom and in many countries in Europe. It reached Number 3 in the U.S. Billboard 200. The album’s lead single, “Can’t Get You Out of My Head,” reached Number One in more than 40 countries and sold more than five million copies. It placed seventh in the U.S. Hot 100 chart.

 

 
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