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Evaleigh Cristobal
Correspondent
Phone TE. 3-0898
DOWN WAPATO WAY
LEAVE FOR HAW’AII
Mr. and Mrs. Hildo Edica and
son, Chris Lvn. and daughter, Pa
tricia, left by plane for Hawaii on
lWednesday night. Nov. 4, to visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Lorencio Edica
and family. They will be gone for
two weeks.
The trip was promised to Pa
tricia as a birthday present. She
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GREEN RIVER VALLEY NEWS
KENT, AUBURN, SUMNER, PUYALLUP, ORTING, TACOMA
celebrated her 16th birthday on
Nov. 4. Her parents decided to
make the trip now in recognition
of Patricia’s winning the honor of
queen of the recent Filipino Com
munity Day celebration in Wa-pa
to.
j‘ Mr. Blas D. Malsatrte, general
agent of the Rushmore Mutual
ILife Insurance Company, Rapid
lCity, South Dakota, was a, recent
W'apato visitor. He stopped here
on his way back to Seattle from
Richland. His trip to this part of
the state was in the interest of his
insurance enterprise. He was ac
companied by V. A. Velasco, pub
lisher of the Filipino Forum of Se
attle. Wash.
Badion Child Baptized
On November Ist
Lisa. Maria - Ignacia, infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave C.
Badion, 5030 9th Ave. NE, born
October 16. 1959, was baptized on
November] at the Blessed Sacra
ment Church. The godparents
were Mr. Steve on and Mrs. Jovi
ta Enrico.
A combination christening re
ception, wedding anniversary cel
ebration for Mr. and Mrs. Badion
and a despididia for Mrs. Enrico,
who is leaving for a vacation in
the Philippines, was held at the
Badion home.
Gucsts were: Mr. and Mrs.‘Da.n
iel J. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Chang. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cur
dy, Mrs. Virginia Booye and chil
dren. Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Pin
tado, Mr. and Mrs. Lucio Bax-raz-
ona. Mr. and Mrs. Jack T. Schen
ewwark and children, Mrs. Gideon
Mationg and daughter, Mrs. Mary
Riggs. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel S.
Rustia and son, Mr. Steve Oh. Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Enrico and Mrs.
Gladys Taitte.
Lisa joins a sister. Linda, 13,
and two brothers. David 9, and
Daniel. 6. Mrs. Enrxco and Mrs.
Rustia hosted a baby shower for
Lisa on Saturday, October 24 at
the Badion home.
MA. 2-7450
FILIPINO FORUM
Pinoy Leader
Goes Home To
Gei- A Bride
Sam Constantino, president or
the Filipino Community of Juneau,
Alaska, passed through Seattle
last month on
his way to the
Philippines for
a. visit and, if
things turn out
as planned, to
return to rthe
U. S. with a
’ Pinay bride
Mr. Consan
tino is from Ka
livo, Aklan, and
has lived in the
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United States and the former ter
ritory of Alaska for a good number
of years. i
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In Alaska, he has been engaged ‘
in. business and is presently con
nected with the Rushmore Mutual
Life Insurance Co., as a field repre
sentative.
By a former mariage, he has a
daughter who is now married and
lives in Juneau.
Mr. Constantino expects to stay
in the homeland for three months.
Warning Given On Oil
Stock Speculation
MANILA - The Rhilippine Se
curities and Exchange Commission
warned the public last. week not to
be carried away with the “over
enthusiasm of the moment" in the
scramble for Shara of stool: in oil
exploration companies.
The warning came after indica
tions that a Republic Resources
and Development Co. well in To
iedo, Cebu, probably contains oil
in commercial quantities. On Mon
day of last week, the Manila Stock
Market experienced its biggest oil
share boom with five and a. half
million pwos Worth of the stocks
changing hands.
The SEC conceded that if the
Toledo strike is confirmed by
findings in adjacent areas, the fact
would be of great importance to
the Philippine economy. But the
Commission added that it behooves
"each and every investor. actual
and potential, to gather all the
facts about the securities in which
they are interested, including the
steps that have already been tak
en. or are being taken. by the
issuer companies to carry out their
objectives." '
Progress Report
On Jose Rizal
Centénnial Fund
Filipino communities in the Uni
ted States, through promptings by
the various offices of the Philip
pine Foreign Service, are reported
to be responding favorably to the
call for donations to the Jose Rizal
Centennial Fund. This Fund is ad
ministered by the Jose Rizal Cen
tennial Commission which has been
created by Executive Order to
plan and administer a proper and
fitting memorial to the Filipino pa
ttriot. Dr. Jose Rizal, to coincide
with the 100th anniversary of his
birth on June 19. 1961.
The Filipino Community of
Washington, D. C., with the coun
sel and cooperation of the Philip
'pine Embassy, is reported to have
raised the largest amount —— sl.-
500.00. so far.
The Filipino Inter - Community
eral in Honolulu. it is reported.
has set a goal of about $65,000.00.
The lllplno llnter«Conununlty
Council in the Pacific Northwest.
through its Rizal Centennial Com
mittee. has planned benefit affairs
to raise money for the Centennial
Commission. and the Philippine
Consulate in Seattle but raised
Labout 8300. a
START NEW COLLEGE IN Roi
Pictured blessing and laying the cornerstone of the new
College in Rome are. left to right: Archbishop Rufino
Manila, His Eminence, Giuseppe Cardinal Pizzardo, s
the Supreme Sacred Congregation of the Holy Office, uni
Mario Delgado. the Philippine Ambassador to ilu- Holy
priest on the right is unidentified. {NC
Gen. Tinio Lodge
Holds Anniversary
BaegysLand 33".
BREMERTON The third An
niversary Banquet and Ball of
Gen. Tinio Lodge No. 67, Caballer
or de Dimas Alang, lnc., was held
at the Sheridan Community Hall
here last Sept. 26.
Guests of Honor were Mayor H.
0. (Whity) Domstad of Emma‘-
ton and Philippines Consul Bar
tolome A. Umayam. High-rank
ing officers of the C.D.A. and fra
ternity members from Seattle.
Bainbridge Island and Port Orch
ard were also present.
Among those present were Eddie
Wasan, former grand master of
the C.D.A.. Arsenic Elecion, Dan
Sarusal. Joe Marasigan, Jose Ma.
Yumul. Felix Narte. Marylou Do
minguez, Mrs. Pastor Tria, Mrs.
Cris Pena, Mrs. Felix Narte, Mrs.
Dan Sarusal and many others.
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