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Paz Martelino Is Presented With Her Husband's Posthumous Legion Of Merit, September 1946

Paz Martelino Is Presented With Her Husband's Posthumous Legion Of Merit, September 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 3, 1946
Caption
RECEIVES LEGION OF MERIT AWARDED HUSBAND POSTHUMOUSLY: Mrs. Paz L. Martelino, now of Ann Arbor, widow of Col. Pastor Martelino, who died as a prisoner of the Japanese, was presented this morning with the Legion of Merit awarded posthumously for her husband's outstanding service as chief of staff and adviser to the commanding general of the Philippine Army's 31st division. Col. Karl E. Henion, commandant of the campus ROTC, is shown presenting the award. In the background are two of Mrs. Martelino's five children, Pastor jr. (right), and Lucille (center), and her niece, Lourdes Segundo (left). The ROTC staff stood in formation for the ceremony, held in front of the ROTC building.

University Filipino Students Club Perform Traditional Dance At The International Center, October 1946 Photographer: Attributed to Eck Stanger

University Filipino Students Club Perform Traditional Dance At The International Center, October 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 1, 1946
Caption
Distinguished for its talent, the University Filipino Students Club, largest in the country, includes seven former instructors at the University of Philippines, numerous honor students, and four post-doctorate scholars. Pictured above are two of the group in a Filipino folk dance with Zolio C. Lindo, Jr., at the piano. The dancers are Miss Lourdes Segundo of the School of Education, and Francisco A. Castro, student in electrical engineering,. Mr. Lindo is a student in mechanical engineering. The picture was taken at the International Center where the Club holds its meetings.