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Official Gazette Volume 64, No. 38, September 16, 1968
Official Gazette Volume 64, No. 38, September 16, 1968
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Title:Official Gazette Volume 64, No. 38, September 16, 1968
Subject:Official Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines, Philippines, Ferdinand Marcos, September 16, 1968, Official Week in Review, Executive Order, Proclamation, Administrative Order, Supreme Court of the Philippines, Court of Appeals of the Philippines, Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Bureau of Animal Industry, Department of Central Services, Bureau of Records Management, Central Bank of the Philippines, Legal and Official Notices
Description:Official Gazette Volume 64, No. 38 ( September 16, 1968)
Author:Office of the President of the Republic of the Philippines
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cviii OFFICIAL GAZETTE VOL. 64, No. 38 He asked both Gen. Raval and Director Santos to implement the order immediately and to report on the action taken within 15 days. Other presidential directives on agriculture included: 1. Instructions to the Development Bank of the Philippines to continue to extend loans to small farmers for the purchase of needed agricultural equipment, such as small tractors and hand tillers. The DBP had earlier suspended all loans to farmers, including small farmers. The President specified that the loans for small machinery are to be exceptions. 2. Instructions to the Presidential Economic Staff to call a public bidding for supplying 10,000 head of cattle to Operations Cattle Dispersal. Later the President approved the trip to Soviet Russia of two officials awarded a fellowship by the Food and Agriculture Organization to make a study of livestock industries and livestock products statistics in that country. Cleared for travel to the USSR are Dr. Severino Recto of the Bureau of Animal Industry and Dr. Mamerto Mamasco of the Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Their trip was approved upon the recommendation of Secretary of Foreign Affairs Narciso Ramos who underscored the intrinsic merits of the two cases. The Chief Executive also approved the composition of the Philippine delegation to the ASEAN conference set for September 23-28 in Manila. The delegation will be headed by Secretary of Commerce and Industry Marcelo Balatbat, with the following as members: Juan Araneta of the National Export Coordinating Center, vice-chairman; Wilfredo Vega of the Department of Foreign Affairs; Mrs. Rosario Malao of the ASEAN secretariat in the Philippines 1 ; Dr. Urbano Zafra, executive director of the DCI technical staff; Razon Haresco, Tariff Commission member; Guilermo Soliven of the Central Bank; Constancio Ancheta of the NEC; Rafael Zulueta of the Presidential Economic Staff; Teofisto Guingona, Jr., president of the Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines; Federico Borromeo, president of the Philippine Chamber of Industries; Gaudencio Manalac of the Philippine Chamber of Wood Industries; and Francisco Ortigas. Forming an advisory group to the delegation are Voltaire Andres, Jose Zarate, Edsel Custodio and Tahil Amilhamja, all foreign trade promotion attaches in the Philippine embassies in Djakarta, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, respectively. In the evening the President approved the promotional appointments to colonel and navy captain of 73 officers in the various branches of the Armed Forces, as well as the promotion of 79 company-grade officers of the Philippine Air Force, five officers in the Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey. The President then received the Far East participants in the 63rd Trade Mission of the International House, who paid their respects, and Secretary of Foreign Affairs Narciso Ramos, who came with Japanese Ambassador Takeshi Yasukawa and Gregorio Abad, chairman of the Reparations Commission. Earlier in the day the President met with Governor Isidrp Rodriguez and some municipal mayors of Rizal on problems of their constituencies. September 10 ON THE EVE of his birthday, President Marcos carried on official business . as usual, broken only by special engagements, including the loyalty pledge v
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