Saturday, September 8, 2012

September 8


September issues of different magazines

SEPTEMBER 8

MOD Filipina Vol. 21 No. 940, September 8, 1989
On the Cover: Gladys May Fauni
 
GLIMPSE FROM THE PAST 
Italian-American pro-wrestling champion, Bruno Sammartino,
on the cover of Pro Wrestling Illustrated (September 1980).

UNANG LABAS

Si Tracy Torres tampok sa harapang pabalat ng unang isyu ng 18  (December 2003).
Nasa likurang pabalat si Maye Tongco.
Ang 18 ay isang buwanang babasahing panglalaki na inilimbag ng Orange Crush Publishing at unang lumabas sa sirkulasyon noong September 2003. Ito ay pinatnugutan ni Eric L. Borromeo. Naglalaman ito ng mga seksing larawan ng mga artista at mga artikulong tugma sa panlasa at kaaliwan ng mga kalalakihan. Tampok sa unang isyu si Tracy Torres bilang cover girl at sa “Profile” article, si Juliana Palermo sa “Fantastic Female of the Month” article at ang “10 Most Fantasized Female Star” (mula Number 10 pataas sa Number 1): Assunta De Rossi, Rufa Mae Quinto, Hazel Cabrera, Halina Perez, Katya Santos, Joyce Jimenez, Andrea del Rosario, Maui Taylor, Aubrey Miles at Diana Zubiri.



Setyembre 8 sa Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas

          Noong Setyembre 8, 1935, idinaos ang kauna-unahang bolahan ng Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Officer para sa benepisyo ng Boys Scouts of the Philippines at ng Philippine Amateur Athletic Federation.
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Personalities and celebrities born on September 8:
1870 – Adriano Hernandez, musician, member of the malolos Congress, revolutionary general and director of the Bureau of Agriculture (d. February 16, 1925).
1892 – Natividad Almeda-Lopez, suffragist, juror, philanthropist and first woman justice in Asia (d. January 23, 1977)
1915 – Nestor Vicente Madali Gonzalez, writer, journalist, author, teacher and National Artist for Literature (1997) – in Romblon, Romblon (d. November 28, 1999).
1939 – Bernard Bonnin (full name Bernard Manuel Iglesia Zayco Bonnin), Filipino-Spanish actor – in Himamaylan, Negros Occidental (d. November 21, 2009).
1957 – Liza Maza, social worker, political activist and congresswoman
1984 – Janus del Prado (full name John Mark Patrick Steve Jimenez del Prado), actor and comedian.
1996 – Krystal Reyes (full name Jolina Marie B. Reyes), actress – in Santa Maria, Bulacan.




Pigtails worn by a college student featured
on the cover of Life (September 8, 1941).
Picture Trivia
          According to most standard dictionaries, a “pigtail” is “a single long braid of hair hanging at the back of the head.” Hair fashion style history, however, defined “pigtails” (plural) as a hair style with two braids hanging on both sides of the head just above the ears.”
          During ancient times in China, it is a tradition that unmarried girls fixed their hair on this manner, two braids on both sides of the head. After marriage, it becomes a single braid on the back of the head. The Chinese brought this tradition to the West, and was subsequently adopted by Western women.
 
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