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P 2 Million Cigar
Faci'ory Buil'l' In
Cagayan Region
TUGUEGARAO, Cagayan
President Garcia last week laid
the cornerstone of a new P2|
million mechanized cigar factory
here, a pilot plant of the Philip
pine Tobacco Administration.
The President declared that
this plant, and another one like
it to be erected in nearby Ilagan,
Isabela, will have tremendous
significance in the economic pro
gress of the country. The factor
ies. he said, will enable Philip
pine cigars to regain a position
of leadership in the American
market.
Twenty cigar—rolling machines‘
have been installed in the Cag
ayan plant, the first of a total of
sixty machines that will be set
up in the factory. Each machine
has a maximum rated capacity
of 13 cigar units per minute.
Each of the two new factories
is scheduled to turn out 60 mil-'
lion cigars a year, or a total of
120 million a year for both fac-l
tories. Each factory will employl
a work force of about 250 people.‘
Gen. Aguinaldo On 1
Way To Recovery I
MANlLA—General Emilio Ag
uinaldo. bed-ridden grand old
man of the Philippine Revolu
tion. was declared “out of dang
er” by Veterans Memorial Hos
pital authorities early last week‘
Dr. Abraham Bartolome, one of
the attending physicians, said
the 92-year-old general “showed
tremendous improvements and
is m the way to recovery.”
Japan Royal'l'y
To Visif The
Philippines
TOKYO—Crown Prince Aki
hiio and Princess Michiko will
make a goodwill tour of the
Philippines. Indonesia and Paki
stan next February, the Imper
ial Household agency an
ncunced last week.
MARIANO l BALANCIO
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AUBURN NEWS
Fred Lureta, son of Sgt. and
Mrs. Stanley Lureta, formerly
of Tacoma and now residing in
Mt. Home, Idaho, is stationed
in Texas with the Air Force.
Fred graduated from Stadium
High School last June.
A joint birthday party for
David and Vicky Estrada was
held Sunday, August 27 at their
home in Tacoma. David and
Vicky Estrada are the children
of Mr. and Mrs. Morrie Estra
da.
A farewell party was also
held for the Stanley Lureta
family who-left for Mt. Home,
ldaho a few days after the par
ty. Sgt. Lureta is stationed at
the Air Force base.
Relatives and friends were
saddened by the recent death
of Luciano Rola, brother of
Mauricio Rola. Funeral servic
es were held at St. Andrews
Church in Sumner. Mr. Rola
was from Cagayan, Philippines.
Under the direction of Mila
Cables, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Myles Cables of Tacoma,
a group of dancers will partici
pate in the three-day Olongapo-
Bremerton Sister-City fie st a
Sept. 15 through 17 in Bremer
ton.
Dancing the Carlnosa, Basulto
Pampango, Tinkling and Moro
Hawk dance are Lama Daniels,
Norma Vilalluna, Erlinda Santi—
ago. Mila Cables, Necia Villa
luna, Sally Barbon, Benjamin
Cables, Domingo Mariano Jr.,
Adar Lorenzo, Rufiano Lorenzo
Jr., Arthur Cables and Leo Ber
salona.
Forthcoming tabulation
dances of the Harvest Festival
Queen Contest are Sept. 23, oc
tober 7 and October 28. Coro
nation ceremonies will be held
on November 11 at the Fili
pino-American Community Hall
in Algona.
The Filipino & American
Community Church holds Sun
day School at 9:45 a. m. and
church services at 11:00 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
FILLPINOFFORUM
New ankTimes
Comments Delay
On Bill Action
NEW YORK, Sept. 8 The;
New York Times declared edi-‘
torially today that the refusal of
the U. S. House Rules Commit
tee to clear the Philippine War
Damage Bill for action at this
session of Congress was “an in
justice to the Philippines.” The
editorial stated in part:
“Philippine patience is justifi
ably wearing thin. What seems a
small matter in this country is a
serious cause of national irrita
tion in the Philippines. An aid
appropriation is not involved.
The most committed and friend
ly ally of the United States i
Asia is simply asking for a su E
that we have promised
which is long overdue. Congress-1
sional negligence on this matter‘
contrasts sharply wit h the‘
prompt payment recently by th‘4
Philippines of the final $20,000,-‘
000 installment on funds ad-‘
vanced by the United States to
the Philippine Defense Forces‘
during and after World War II.”’
Three Asians Among
Recipients Of 196]
"Magsaysay Awards"
MANILA, Aug. 31 - The
MAGSAYSAY AWARD FOUN
DATION will honor three Asi
ans, a Britisher and an American
today on the 54th birthday an
niversary of the late President
Ramon Magsaysay.
The five have been chosen to
receive the 1961 awards of the
Foundation for their contribu
tions to the cause of humanity
in their chosen fields of en
deavor.
The winners are Raden Kodi
jat of Indonesia, Nilwan Pintong
of Thailand, Gus Borgeast of
Britain, Genevieve Caulfield of
the United States, and Anitabha
Chowdhury of India.
Romulo Accuses Russia
NEW YORK, Sept. 6. —— Am
bassador Carlos P. Romulo to
day accused the Soviet Union of
“bringing the world at the
brink of nuclear incineration."
The General was the princi
pal speaker at a luncheon in the
new Summit Hotel here in
honor of William Randolph
Hearst, Jr., editor in chief of
the Hearst newspapers, and Lee
Mortimer, columnist for the
New York Mirror. The luncheon
was given by the New York
City Council of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars.
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