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The UA&P School of Economics and the Business Economics Association (BEA) are hereby proud to present the Business Economics Forum (BEF). This year’s forum will center around the theme: “Widening Horizons Towards Development,” which will tackle relevant issues concerning the MSMEs sector in the pandemic setting. 

The forum will feature discussions on the current situation of the MSMEs sector, digital banking with MSMEs, government initiatives to aid in its recovery, and the future outlooks for Philippine MSMEs skills development. Distinct leaders, such as Former Senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino IV, DTI Asec. Mary Jean Pacheco, and PTTC Executive Director Nelly Ditera will be spearheading the conference on the performance of the MSMEs sector in the Philippine economy, while also addressing certain roles playing in its recovery. 

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It pays to randomly search the internet for your relatives.  No, not to spy on them.  For genealogical purposes, of course!  I do this periodically and sometimes come up with a gem. I uncovered a lost part of my grandfather cousin, Ellen Figg’s, story.  She was a Navy WAVE!

Who Was Ellen Figg?

She born 27 May 1919 in Hawaii to Albert Figg and Sophie Pacheco.  Her mother was a native of Kauai and the daughter of Azorean immigrants.  Her father was from Iowa and stationed in the Territory of Hawaii with the army.

She spent the first 5 or 6 years of her life in Hawaii.  Then, her family moved to Hale, Carroll Co., Missouri. Sophie (Pacheco) Figg became the first of my grandfather’s cousins to live outside of Hawaii and California.  I wonder how a young woman from Hawaii whose parents only spoke Portuguese did in the Midwest.

By the mid 1930s, the family had move again.  This time to Oakland, Alameda Co., California where most of Sophie’s family lived.  The Figgs made Oakland their permanent home.

First Valedictorian in the Pacheco Tree

I’ve been intrigued by Ellen Figg for sometime.  While doing research in the Oakland Tribune newspaper, I found a couple of articles relating to her academic successes.  When she graduated from high school in 1937, she was only the third or fourth of my grandfather’s Pacheco cousins to do so.  Most only had about 5 years of schooling according to the 1940 U.S. Federal Census.  Only a small handful had gone to high school prior to 1940.  This makes the fact that she was valedictorian all the more special.

She is listed in Oakland city directories from the early 1940s living with her parents on Buell Avenue.  She was a stenographer for an oil company.  And then, she vanished.  There wasn’t any more trace of Ellen Figg after 1942.

Until 27 December.  That’s when I did a Google search on her name and found something wonderful.  I was lead to a website titled “Women of World War II-Photos of World War II Navy WAVES“.  There in the middle photo on the third row was Ellen Figg!

The reason I could not find Ellen after 1940 was that she had gone Milledgeville, Georgia to the Naval Training School.  She made the rank of Yeoman, 3rd Class during World War II.

Women Made Up the Navy WAVES in World War II

What was the Navy WAVES?  The acronym means “women accepted for volunteer emergency service”.  This unit was created in 1942 to help fill non-combat military roles.  They performed clerical and secretarial duties which the city directories showed Ellen was qualified for.

They served in the same capacity as men, earned the same pay, could reach the same ranks, and had to follow the military codes of ethics and discipline.  They initially were limited to serving in the US but late in the war were allowed overseas.

There were over 8,000 Navy WAVES–and Ellen Figg was one of them!

One source says that women had to be 25-30 years old.  Since Ellen was born in 1919, she would not have qualified until 1944.

No wonder I could not find her after 1940.  She’d left California for the life of adventure and to do service to the country.  I am sure her academic record helped her in this pursuit.

Ellen Figg’s Life After the Navy WAVES

A little more research revealed that her married name was LeClerq.  She married George Thomas LeClerq of Michigan sometime around 1949.  Perhaps she met George while working with the WAVES.

Ellen (Figg) LeClerq lived out the rest of her life in the San Francisco Bay Area.  She died in 1999 and is buried at Holy Cross Cemetery in Colma, San Mateo Co., CA.  I do not know if she had any descendants.

It makes me a little sad to know that she was in the area after I began working on the family tree.  I would have loved to have heard her tell the story of her time in the Navy WAVES in her own words. At least, I have recovered this amazing photograph for the family records.


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Steel is also in short supply and high demand. It’s in everything from dishwashers to cars. Since the start of the pandemic, steel prices have spiked 300% over pre-pandemic levels, pricing over $1,900 at one point. Some worry it’s a bubble that’s about to burst.

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Just Joe: It happened on a school bus

WARNING! I know you don’t often see an article in the Baptist Messenger that has a warning attached to it but I think you should be warned before you read further. If you have a queasy stomach, you probably should stop reading now. If you have a queasy stomach and you choose to read it anyway, you are on your own.

In my previous life—that doesn’t mean I believe in reincarnation. I am talking about my life before vocational ministry when I was in public education—I taught school at Konawa for several years. It was before Gayla and I were married. So, the school district decided I must have had a lot of extra time on my hands and thoughtfully assigned me several extra duties. One of those was driving a school bus.

One afternoon I stopped at the elementary school to pick up some of my riders. One little boy climbed the steps into the bus, stopped right next to me and said, “Mr. Ligon, my stomach doesn’t feel good.”

In my most compassionate, caring way I told the young boy to sit in the seat right behind me. I also told him if he thought he was going to throw up, he should tap me on the shoulder. I would pull over.  He could get out in the bar ditch and throw up to his little heart’s content.

I ended my instructions with this statement: “Don’t you throw up in my bus.” The little boy shook his head in agreement and dutifully sat down behind me.

I picked up the junior high and high school kids and took off to deliver all of the little angels to their homes. It happened right after I turned off the black top and onto a gravel road. I felt a little tap on my shoulder, but before I could even think about pulling over, I heard it.

You know the sound. It is one of those yells that start in your feet, reverberate through your body and exit your body out of your mouth along with whatever you had for lunch. Yep. The kid puked in my bus.

I pulled over. Made the kid get in the bar ditch in case anything else was going to be brought up.  To my good fortune, I found one of those containers of absorbent that looked like saw dust.  Back in the day, every good custodian had some of this stuff that would absorb just about anything.

So, I began to dump some of it on the pool of puke on my bus. I quickly decided that if a little bit would work, a whole lot of it would work even better. By this time, all the kids on the bus were opening their windows and whining about the odor.

I finally let the offender back on the bus. He sat down. I sat down and put on my seat belt. I put the bus in gear and started down the road. That’s when it happened.

At about 35 MPH, there was enough wind whistling around in the bus that all of that puke laden absorbent suddenly became airborne and started swirling about the bus. To this day I remember looking in that big bus driver mirror and watching what looked like a puke tornado blowing through the bus.

Thankfully, the vast majority of kids on the bus were completely oblivious to what was happening. After all, obliviousness is a pretty common trait among kids. But I wasn’t oblivious.  If anything, I was a victim. As that stuff was blowing around, it stuck in my hair, got up my nose, blew into both of my ears, and tried to get into my mouth. But I kept my mouth so tightly closed, you couldn’t have shoved a piece of bacon in there.

It was my first and only pukenado that I had ever been in. I have no desire to experience any more of those kinds of atmospheric phenomenon.

There are some pretty obvious lessons in this little story. For example, if you have a kid with an upset stomach don’t let him get in your car. Put him in someone else’s car or make him go to the bar ditch.

Second, don’t give your absorbent a chance to get airborne. It will. Third, most people will tolerate a lot of things if they don’t know what they are tolerating.

Finally, school bus drivers go through a lot.  Next time you see one, give him a high five unless he has weird saw dust looking stuff on his hand.

But the real lesson is this. People can be messy. We have to be willing to help them get through whatever the mess is. If you think about it, that’s kind of why Jesus came.

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Rusia y Ucrania se preparan para retomar el díalogo en Estambul. Sin embargo, continúan los ataques y bombardeos a varias ciudades ucranianas. La estratégica ciudad de Mariúpol vive una situación “catastrófica”, según las autoridades locales. El gobierno ucraniano anunció que la localidad de Irpin, a las afueras de Kiev, ha sido liberada de las fuerzas rusas.

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