February 16, 1970, Monday

    PAGE 85 Office of the President of the Philippines Malacañang February 16, 1970 Monday 12:10 AM Spent practically the whole day attending to the problems of the Tondo foreshoreland  slum dwellers. They ask for the land reclaimed from the sea at North Harbor. Last year I gave ₱350,000 to the Bureau of Lands..

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April 28, 1936

At Malacañan. A. D. Williams had just come from a conference with Quezon, Paez and Ramon Fernandez; says the President is set on building railways in Mindanao, and "A.D." and, Fernandez tried to convince him they would not pay. "A.D." said he thought he had offended Quezon still more by replying to his (Quezon's) complaints..

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April 24-25, 1936

Long talks with Unson about the Philippine Government. He remarked that General Wood had a sense of humour and was a strong character--in some respects was a great man. Does not know why Wood vetoed the act to create a Budget Office. Unson and I discussed the Bureau of Science. He thinks it is attempting too..

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