Sunday, February 1, 1970

PAGE 63 Office of the President of the Philippines Sunday -- February 1, 1970 4:00 PM -- Have suspended classes in the Greater Manila Area for one week. A Fr. Sheffeld of Germany is living in Ateneo and approves the expenditure of the Adenauer fund supposedly for research on constitutional reforms. This is alien intervention..

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January 25, 1970

PAGE 50 Office of the President of the Philippines Malacañang January 25, 1970 Sunday 2:55 PM The President must do almost everything in the government. Nothing moves unless he pushes it. So I had to meet the student demonstrators themselves. Their speeches were getting obscene and lewd. I told them that I was sad that..

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January 24, 1970

PAGE 49 Office of the President of the Philippines Malacañang Palace January 24, 1970 1:00 PM I have just directed the retirement of Gen. Raval and all the extended generals effective Feb 1st and April 1st. I will retain Gen. Yan as Chief of Staff only because there is no one who is qualified to..

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January 20, 1970

PAGE 41 Malacañang Manila January 20, 1970 Malacañang Palace I still write this in Veterans Memorial Hosp. at 8:00 AM. Meldy is coming home to the Palace at noon before lunch. We have stopped the regular stipends to the columnists and newspapermen. This was started by Pres. Magsaysay in 1954. But we have to stop..

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May 25, 1942

Lt. Col. Jesse T. Trayvick USA, Wainwright's emissary traveling under a flag of truce accompanied by a representative of Gen. Homma, did not find difficulties delivering the "surrender orders" to Visayas-Mindanao USFIP CG, W. F. Sharp who, in turn, immediately issued written surrender orders to all his subordinates:  B/Gen. Albert Christie, Panay; Col. Roger Hilsman,..

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