Friday, November 9, 2012

November 9


Mga komiks (comics) na lumabas sa buwan ng Nobyembre

NOVEMBER 9
Pilipino Komiks Taon 20 Blg. 500 Nobyembre 9, 1967
Tampok sa taklob-pahina ang kuwentong “Dirty Politician... Sumpain Ka”
 nina R. R. Marcelino at Ernie de Chan

Nobyembre 9 sa Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas

          Noong Nobyembre 9, 1994, natukoy ng Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) ang 15 lugar sa loob at sa kapaligiran ng dating U.S. naval base sa Subic, Zambales na kontaminado ng mga nakalalasong basura na iniwan ng U.S. military.
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Personalities and celebrities born on November 9:
1826 – Teodora Alonzo Realonda, college-bred housewife and mother of Philippine National Hero Dr. Jose Rizal, in Manila (d. August 16, 1911).
1855 – Mariano Llanera, revolutionary general – in Cabiao, Nueva Ecija (d.September 19, 1942).
1861 – Teodoro Yangco, businessman, philanthropist and pioneer of YMCA Philippines – in San Antonio, Zambales (d. April 20, 1939).
1912 – Teodoro A. Agoncillo, historian, college professor and National Scientist – in Lemery, Batangas (d. January 14, 1985).

1968 – Janice de Belen (full name Catherine Janice Yap de Belen), actress and television host – in Quezon City.
Janice de Belen
on the covers of TV Times (December 23-29, 1979) and Miscellaneous Weekly (December 1, 1987).
 
1980 – Vanessa Joy Lachey (birth name Vanessa Bercero Minnillo), American-Filipino television host, actress and model – in Clark Air Base, Pampanga.
Vanessa Minnillo
on the covers of Maxim (October 2006) and Shape (April 2007).

Diana Ross on the cover of
Blues & Soul (November 9-22, 1993)
Picture Trivia
          Diana (Ernestine Earle) Ross started her road to fame as the lead singer of the group The Supremes (1959-1970), before going solo. In 1972, she portrayed the American jazz singer Billie Holiday (real name Eleonora Harris, 1915-1959) in the film Lady Sings the Blues, where she won the Golden Globe Award. She became “Female Entertainer of the Century” in 1976.
          In 1993, the Guinness Book of World Records cited her as the “most successful female artist in history” for having 70 hit singles in her career as a singer. Ross is among the rare breed of entertainers who were given two “stars” in the Hollywood Walk of Fame, as a member of The Supremes and as a solo artist.
 
 
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