Pilipino Komiks Taon 8 Blg. 221 Nobyembre 19, 1955Tampok sa taklob-pahina ang kuwento ni Pablo S. Gomez na “Gilda”
na iginuhit ni Nestor Redondo.
Nobyembre 19 sa Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas
Noong Nobyembre 19, 1934, ang National Economic Protectionism Association (NEPA) ay itinatag ng mga makabayang mangangalakal na Filipino upang magkaroon ng isang samahang mangangalaga sa kapakanan ng mga produktong gawa sa Pilipinas laban sa mga produktong nanggagaling sa ibang bansa.
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Personalities and celebrities born on November 19:
1850 –Isabelo Tampinco, wood carver and sculptor – in Binondo, Manila (d. January 30, 1933).
1859 – Isabelo Artacho, lawyer and revolutionary – in Vigan, Ilocos Sur (d. 1910).
1940 – Dindo Fernando, actor – in Virac, Catanduanes.
Dindo Fernando (with policewoman Emma Henry)
on the cover of Bulaklak at Paruparo (May 16, 1979)
1962 – Diosdado “Dodie Boy” Peñalosa, world champion boxer – in San Carlos City, Negros Occidental.
1979 – Mark Anthony Caguioa, basketball player (PBA Rookie of the Year in 2001 and MVP in 2011-2012) known as “The Spark” – in San Juan, Metro Manila.
Nelson Rockefeller, during his re-election
as governor of New York
(political experts thought that he is
a possible presidential contender against
Pres. John F. Kennedy for the 1964 election),on the cover of Newsweek (November 19, 1962).
Philanthropist, businessman, politician, and the 41st president of the United States, Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller (1908-1979) had two legitimate wives. The first was Mary Todhunter Clark (SEE cover of Life, November 17, 1958), which he divorced in 1962, and the second was Margaretta Fitler Murphy (1926-2015). It was reported that Rockefeller died while having sex with his assistant Megan Marshack in his townhouse at 54th Street, New York City. In 1979, New York City Mayor Edward Koch (1924-2013) fired chief medical examiner Michael Baden after the medical examiner’s office released to media that Rockefeller died while in the act of coitus with Marshack.
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