Sunday, September 23, 2012

September 23


September issues of different magazines

SEPTEMBER 23
Newsweek, September 23, 1974
On the Cover: Gerard Rudolf Ford (taking over the presidency of Richard M. Nixon)


UNANG LABAS
Ang pagpupugay sa taklob-pahina ng unang labas
ng Sampaguita Komiks (Setyembre 23, 1957)

Ang Sampaguita Komiks ay isang babasahing pangmasa na inilimbag ng G. Miranda & Sons (GSM) Publishing Corporation. Una itong lumabas sa sirkulasyon noong Setyembre 23, 1957. Itinampok sa unang isyu ang kuwento ni Virgilio Redondo na “Hindi Kita Malimot,” na pinagtulungan niya at ng kaniyang kapatid na si Nestor na iguhit. Mababasa rin dito ang “Anatalia” na isinulat ni Rico Bello Omagap at iginuhit ni Antonio J. Ocampo, at ang “Graciela” na isinulat ni Ted Tenorio at iginuhit ni Amado “Mads” S. Castrillo.












Ang anim na taong gulang na si Bernadette E. Salas,
tampok  sa taklob-pahina ng Aglow Weekly Magazine
Vol. 1 No. 1 (September 23, 1988).
Ang Aglow Weekly Magazine na inilimbag ng Counterpoint Komiks & Magazine, Inc., ay unang lumabas noong September 23, 1988. Si Alfredo Roces Guerrero ang publisher nito at si Nelly Favis-Villafuerte ang editor. Naglalaman ito ng sari-saring artikulo na karamihan ay may kaugnayan sa relihiyong Kristiyanismo.
Tampok sa taklob-pahina ng unang isyu ang anim na taong gulang na si Bernadette E. Salas, na anak nina Atty. Bernardo Salas, na noon ay Vice-President for Personnel Administration and Legal Affairs ng GMA-7 at ni Ginang Charmina Espinosa Salas.












Setyembre 23 sa Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas

          Noong Setyembre 23, 1559, pinanganlan ng explorer na si Ruy Lopez de Villalobos (1500-1546) ang kapuluan ng Pilipinas na “Las Islas Filipinas” bilang parangal sa Hari ng Espanya na si Felipe II (Philip II, 1527-1598).
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          Inilimbag ni Heneral Emilio Aguinaldo ang pampletang “True Narratives of the Philippine Revolution” na naglalaman ng mga litanya ng mga habla ng pagmamalabis laban sa mga Amerikanong mananakop sa Pilipinas.
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Personalities and celebrities born on September 23:
1904 – Juan Salcedo Jr, doctor, soldier, teacher and National Scientist (1978) who discovered that Thiamine (Vitamin B1) can fight beri-beri – in Pasay City (d. October 20, 1988)
1923 – Maria Socorro Cancio Ramos, founder of the National Book Store – in Sta. Cruz, Laguna.
1957 – Bernardo F. Piñol Jr, journalist and politician.
1982 – Karen Loren Agustin, model and beauty titlist.
1983 – Maureene Larrazabal (full name Maureene Larrazabal Vera Cruz), actress and model.
Maureene Larrazabal
on the cover of FHM Philippines (May 2004)
and in 29th place in the FHM Philippines’ “100 Sexiest Women in the World” (2007).
 

A leopard photograph atop a tree,
on the cover of Getaway (September 2010)
Picture Trivia

         The leopard (scientifically known as Panthera pardus) is a large spotted member of the cat family (Felidae) native to Africa and Asia. Do you know that leopards once inhabited much of Europe? They did, but became extinct there near the end of the Pleistocene, some 10,000 years ago. The oldest known fossils of leopards are from late Pliocene deposits (about two million years old) in India and southern Africa.
          Leopards are endangered throughout their distribution due to loss of habitat and natural prey, and hunting.
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