The New York Times Magazine ,
February 26, 1967|
On the Cover: President Ferdinand E. Marcos and First Lady Imelda R. Marcos
Events that happened on February 26
1861 – The first issue of Gaceta de Manila, the official publication of the Spanish government in the Philippines was published.
1903 – Apolinario Mabini returned from his exile to Guam on board the ship “Thomas.”
1937 – Zamboanga was declared a city by virtue of Commonwealth Act No. 39.
1939 – The Philippine Writers League was organized, with Federico Mangahas as president.
1941 – The Philippine Airline (PAL) was founded by a group of businessmen led by Andres Soriano, one of the Philippines’ leading industrialists.
1953 – Historic documents on Jose Rizal were handed over to Pres. Elpidio Quirino by the Spanish Foreign Relation Minister.
Personalities and celebrities born on February 26:
1954 – Chandra Romero, actress – in Cebu City.
1964 – Mark Dacascos (full name Mark Alan Murray Dacascos), Filipino-Irish martial artist, actor and television host – in Honolulu, Hawaii.
on the covers of Inside Kung-Fu (with Master Jiang Hao-quan, October 1998, and January 1999)
Ang “La Sombra” ni Francisco V. Coching at Federico C. Javinal
Ang nobelang “La Sombra” nina|
Francisco V. Coching at Federico C. Javinal
tampok sa taklob-pahina ng
Hiwaga Komiks (Pebrero 26, 1965).
Ang “La Sombra” (“Ang Anino”) ay nobelang pang-komiks na likha ni Francisco V. Coching at Federico C. Javinal na na-serialized sa Hiwaga Komiks noong 1965-1966. Bago pa man nagtapos ang nobela sa komiks, isinapelikula na ito ng Chriscat Film Enterprise na pinagbidahan ni Bernard Bonin sa papel na La Sombra sa ilalim ng direksiyon ni Teodorico Santos.
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