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‘wcromo AcosrA VELAsgo ' J
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Show our Flag!
And let the world see in its folds
.. The bloody grounds that gave it birth
Amidst our men’s united stand,
Against the Tryant’s merciless lash.
Unfurl our Flag! ‘
And let it wave above our heads
Symbol of a people united;
Nor let injustice blot with shame ‘
Its glory bought with heroes’ blood. ‘
Salute our Flag!
' And blow the trumpet, beat the drum:
In unison sing hymns to hail
The glory of that emblem dear.
Our Flag adored, our banner revered.
"W
-F|llPlNo RELATIONSHIP
come the opportunity the FILIPINO FORUM offers me to
my countrymen In my consular district and to all our friends
e! message on the occasion of the Fourteenth Anniversary of
9 Independence:
4,1946, stands out in Philippine history as the successful
mm of many decades of sacrificial and devoted struggle on
of Filipino patriots to achieve independent nationhood. This
day worked for aml yearned for by Dr. Jose Rizal and a long
Filipino heroes.
ppine Independence Day, synchronizing as it does with the
which the American people celebrate their own independence.
ch significance. It demonstrates that it is possible for two
es dissimilar in race and traditions ._. the one rich and power
the other poor and small —to fashion a way of living' and
gtogether that has no real precedents in the unhappy history
niaii-in, a unique relationship based on respect for human
and. in particular, the right of peoples to seif-cietermination.
Asia watches eagerly this unique relationship between the
'nvs and the l'nited States bewuse it is a pattern which the
Iming majority of the people of Asia wants. Only as that
utmutuul assistance on the basis of mutual truat. respect and
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auspiuw of the Filiplno
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~ than an! (lance. Senator
r 1.7 p.m.
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at Smunl Park. 1‘: to 10
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SEAFAIR PRINCESS Angie
Salvador. 18, is the 3rd Fillplna
to he entered in the Seattle Saa
falr royalty by the Filipino For
um. She will participate in the
10 days of Seulalr m-tivltles. from
July 29 through August 7. Angie.
1960 graduate of Blam'het High
School, was Queen of the Filipino
lnter-Communlty (‘ouncll last year
She Is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Salvador. 2“)! N. filth,
Seattle.
RIZAL'S BIRTHDAY
Dr ‘Rizal'l birthday centennial
will fall on June 19. 1961. The
Philippine Government is spons
oring a mammoth celebration of
the occasion and as a prelude, it
seems, Filipino population centers
in the United States have been
alerted to this fact.
In Seattle, the initiative for a
celebration of the Filipino Hero's
birthday was taken by the Phil-'
ippine Consulate - General, which
undertook a fitting and impres—
sive program last June\l9. The
place was the Eagles Temple, at
1416 7th Ave. '
Prominence was given to the
cultural aspect of Filipino life.
Folk dances and folk songs were
rendered. A literary contest, in
essay and poetry, was conducted
iFilipinn ZFnrum
Serving 10,000 Filipino-Americans in Seattle and Vicinity - Published Monthly
Editorial 8. Business Office: 524 King St, Seattle 4, Wash. Tel. MU 2-3605
Vol. XXXH, No. 6
New Chapter 0f ‘
Rizal Society f
ls Formed Here I
The Seattle Chapter of the
FRIENDS OF RIZAL Society was
formally launched here last June
19. the 99th anniversary of Rizal‘s
birthday, by Philippines Consul-
General Benito M. Bautista.
The first 100 applicants for
membership will be considered
Founding Members according to
the Consul General.
There are four kinds of member
ship, nmely: Founding Members.
Sustaining Members. Regu la 1-
Members and Honorary Members.
Application forms for member
ship are now available in the of
fices of the Philippine Consulate-
G‘emeral: 1721 Smith {Powerrur
cording to Mr. Bautista.
Filipino Liflle Royal‘l'y Holds
(Enronafioii Pageant on July 3
Two seven-year-old dear flame”
will rule supreme as the Seafair}
Little King and Little Queen of
the Filipino_
Youth Act ivi- »
ties of Seattle:
Inc. at the
FYA‘ s fourth 1‘
annual Corona
tio n Pageant
Sunday. July 3,
'm the Senator
Ballroom.
They are Ad
rian David Jo
sue and Yvonne-
Mm'ie Pulmano}
reigning mon - A. D. Josue '
archies of the Y. M. Pulano e
eight-member FYA Fourth Dyn-l
asty Little Royalty court. ;
The Little King is the son of 1
Mr. and Mrs. Severo Josue. 812 -l
14th Ave. Adrian will be in the
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I uni}: 'Riloy Cor Rank. .° HON a Tour: _
TRAVEL ADVISORS. INC.
Mamba American Society of Tun! Agent:
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Mr. Glen Arch" an. Alvin Mock
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to stl-mulat u we. tojthe
life of Rizal. A
City and Sta were
invited to take part in the pro
gram. The Governor of the State
sent a representative, and the
Mayor, unable to attend, sent a
message which was read at the
program.
Another feature in the program
was a fashion show, depicting the
various dresses of the Filipina wo
man throughout the centuries.
Mrs. Phyllis Osoteo was the di
rectress of this event.
Philippines Consul-General Ben
ito M. Bautista was the one and
only speaker of the evening. Hel
cited the qualities of Rizal which}
are worthy of emulation and;
stressed the need of his ideals tol
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Consulate-General
Holds A Cocktail
Reception July 4 1
In celebration of the 14th a,nni- i
versary of Philippine Independ
ence. Consul-General and Mrs.
Benito M. Bautista will hold a. re- i
ception at the Washington Ath-i‘
letic Club on July 4 from 4:30 to
7 p.m.
Washington Governor Albert D. '
Rosellini will give the toast to the 4
Republic of the Philippines. Since 1.
July 4 is also American Independ— I:
ence amiversary. Philippines Con- ~
sul-General Bautista will also give If
the toast to the United States of'
America. , l:
The Consul-General has lined upl
a few numbers for entertainment. 1‘
and young and beautiful Filipino?)
girls Imm! costumes will ;
serve the guests. 51
third grade at Imr'naculate School.
The Little Queen is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Pulmano.
3018 Andover St. Yvonne will be
in the second grade at John Muir
School.
Little Princesses are Cynthia
Fe (‘amllom 9. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Manuel Camilon and a
fourth grader at St. James Cath
edral School: Flora Mario Lopez.
9. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
my Lopez and a fourth grader at
Our Lady of Mount Virgin School;
and Elizabeth Rose Enrico. 8, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cepri
ano Enrico and a third grader at
Immaculate School.
Little Princes are Frank Eu
gene Potter. 10; son of Capt. and
Mrs. Cecil Potter and a fifth grad
er at Beacon School; Nestor Tam
ayno. 10. son of Mr. and Mrs. Felix
Tamayao and a fifth grader at
McDonald School; and Michael
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bolster the“ ‘a‘gséi-E'iW‘Wfiipnfi
nationalism. W '5“ r
The Consul - General also took
this occasion as an opportunity to
announce the laundhing of the Se
attle Chapter of the “Friends of
Rizal” Society. which was found
ed in Washington. D. C. by Am
bassador Carlos P. Romulo. Ap
plications for membership in the
Society can now ‘be considered, ac
cording to Consul-General Bau
tista.
Dominador Fabian was the mas.
ter of ceremonies of the evening.
Dancing followed the brief and
lively program. and refreshment
consisting of Filipino recipes was
served by the Tween Teen mem
bers. -
Friday, July I, 1960
Many Events
On frégdom 7
Day Fiesta
July 4 is replete with an exub
erance of patriotic fervor and na
tional sentimentalism.
For it is a day of significance
to two nations: the United States
of America that declared her in
dependence on this date, and the
Philippines which was presented
her freedom “on a silver platter”
by her mentor who chose the self
same date.
So. on the Filipino side alone,
the day is observed with the full
glamor. of a Latin “fiesta" and
the fitting tribute to true patriot
ism.
‘ Seattle Filipinos do it every
year. The Philippine Consulate-
General holds its traditional rec
ception. The Filipino community
hurry en masse to Seward Park
for a no-host picnic, and athletic
events for the youngsters are are
ranged with cash prizes as the
fitting consolation. The Filipino -
American Women's Club has a.
traditional dance at the \N'ashing
ton Hall. which is welHimed as it
follows the Reception of the. Phil.
ippines Consulate-General.
Even on the eve of the Fourth,
that is JuLv 3. the Filipino Youth
Activities of Sea'ttle. Inc. has its
coronation pageant for its Little
Royalty. This time. it will be at
the Senator Ballroom starting at
7:30 p.m.
In the neighboring town of Au
burn. the Filipino community of
that area will also hold its tra
ditional picnic at Five-Mile Lake.
And so with other Filipinos in
other parts or the country. For
July 4 is Independence annivers
ary both of the land of their orig
in and the country of their adop
tion.

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