Signed on August 7, 1952: Dropping the charges against Messrs. Felipe Cuaderno and Rufino Tolentino, Director and Administrative Officer, respectively, of the Bureau of Telecommunications.
Signed on August 5, 1952: Declaring the period from August to 13 to September 12, 1952 as Philippine Tourist Month.
President Quirino had an early morning conference with Labor Secretary Jose Figueras, who recently returned from a trip which took him to Geneva, Madrid, and the United States.
Signed on August 4, 1952: Amending Proclamation No. 295, dated December 12, 1951.
Signed on August 4, 1952: Amending Paragraph 22 of Executive Order No. 303, dated September 26, 1940
Signed on August 4, 1952: Designating the Nineteenth Day of August of every year as citizenship day and declaring Tuesday, August 19, 1952, a special public holiday.
Monday. — (August 4, 1952) President Quirino’s lone caller was Congressman Ferdinand Marcos who wanted more funds with which to construct puericulture centers in Ilocos Norte. In the afternoon, President Quirino received members of the League of Provincial and City Treasurers and Assessors. He told them in his speech that politicians are to blame for […]
Sunday. — (August 3, 1952) After attending an early morning mass in an improvised church President Quirino and party left for Djakarta’s Kemayoran airfield where the plane Bataan was waiting to take them back to the Philippines.
Saturday. — (August 2, 1952) After breakfasting in the Negara Palace, President Quirino gave a press conference attended by local press representatives and foreign correspondents. He indirectly hit President Sukarno’s neutrality policy, saying that such a policy is not in keeping with world trends. President Quirino pointed out that nations now maintain special inter-relations and […]
Official Month in Review: August 1952