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Filipino forum. (Seattle, Wash.) 1928-196?, June 07, 1962, Image 8

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FILIPINO MOVIE
(Weekly Program)
June 13, “HANDSOME,”
Romance, Comedy and Ex
cnement featuring Jose Mari
and Susan Rocesg supported
by an all-star cast.
June 20, “KALABOG EN
BOSYO.” starring Dolphy,
Barbara Perez. Panchito, Ed
dxe Arenas. Greg Martin.
June 27. “DAKILANG 9,”
Exciting beyond words! fea
turing Fernando Poe, Jr., Ron
;11d Remy, Ramon Revilla
wzth Perla Bautista. Lina Pric
tc. Max Alvarado. Von Serna,
Jess Medina. Renato Robles.
Boy Francisco, Boy Sta. RO
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July 4, “PARTY LINE,”
starring Zaldy Zsohrnack,
Lani Oteyza. Lauro Delgado,
Oscar Roncal, co-starring Jo
sephine Sancho, Anna Marie,
Teroy de Gasman, Editha
Clomera. Carol Varga.
2 showings: 7:00 & 9:30 p.m.
every Wednesday night at
”The Home of Oriental Films"
412 Maynard Ave.
Tel. MA. 4-8818
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! Independence Day Message
‘ (Continued from Page 5.) 7
=§the period of 16 years. While
1 at the beginning the government
gliad to incur budgetary loans to
Imaintain its operation, today
:the expenditures of the govern
iment are more or less within
ithe limits of its revenues. Six
lteen years ago, the Philippines
,were in ruins. Today, the coun
:try is physically rehabilitated,
gthanks to the material help of
ithe United States and the de
itermined efforts of the people
ithemselves to rebuild the ruins
iresulting from a war which was
lnot of their own making. At
‘the beginning of the republic,
foreign trade was practically nil.
Today, foreign trade has reach
ed 11/2 billion pesos. The basic
products of the Philippines have
reached more than pre-war fig
ures Philippine sugar, coco
nut products, Manila hemp, for
est products, minerals, are again
exported to world markets.
While imports still exceed ex
ports, the principal imports are
capital goods and raw materials,
l contrasted to the heavy imports
{of consumer goods years ago.
lAt the beginning of independ
ence, there were only few in-‘
ldustrial plants manufacturing
idomestic consumer goods, to
i‘day, there are thousands that
[manufacture not only consumer
i goods for the Filipinos but to
isome extent, for foreign con
'sumption. |
With Forces of Democracy
During the first few years of
the Republic, it was faced with
the serious problem of social
istic revolution, which was fast
degenerating to communism.
Thousands of ill-fed and
ill - clothed workers and
peasants were being won over
by communist propagandists.
The problem was getting very
serious and out-of-hand. The
Communists were receiving sup
port from outside sources.
Thanks to an alert government
and to the determination of the
people to oppose an ideology
contrary to their traditions,
communism did not thrive in
the Philippines. The Philippines
is the only country that has suc
ceeded in defeating communism
without external assistance. We
have bravely and successfully
FILJfiPINO FORUM
weathered the storms and tem
pests at the initial stage of our
national existence. Today, the
people are more determined
than ever to defend democracy
and the democratic way of life.
Since the beginning of the Re
public, we have unequivocally
aligned ourselves with the forc
es of democracy. The Philip
pines is not a fence-sitter in the
conflict of world ideologies. We
have chosen our fare, we are
for democracy, regardless of
our surroundings.
In international relations, the
voice of the Philippines has
been heard in world councils and
international conferences. Its
diplomats have shared leader
ship in international bodies like
the United Nations. In collec
tive military actions taken by
the Free 4World to fight Com
munism like the Korean War,
the Philippines actively contrib
uted, wholeheartedly, in man
power and materials.
_ Political Maturity
In elections during the last 16
years, the Filipinos have proven
their political maturity. This
was more so in the election of
1961. During the first 16 years,
there have been two changes of
administration in the Govem
ment. In effecting these chang
es of administration. the people
used the secret ballot instead of
the bullet. Under a New Era led
by President Diosadado Maca
pagal, the country is on the
way to a more prosperous and
happier Philippines, the shining
show-window of Democracy in
Asia.
On this day. therefore, the
64th anniversary of the lst
Philippine Republic and the 16th
year of the 2nd Philippine Re
public, it is incumbent upon all
Filipinos. especially those in
foreign lands. to rededicate
themselves to the glorification
of the Filipino race. As official
representative of that nation in
this city. I greet each and every
one—MAßUHAY. ’
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U.S.éPhilippines
Friendship Called
"Indes'l'rucfible"
MANILA, MAY 30—President
Macapagal reaffirmed, at the
Memorial Day services held at
Fort McKinley, the indestructi
bility of Philippine-American
friendship.
He said that the alliance be
tween the peoples of the two
countries should not and cannot
be destroyed even by indiffer
ence and disdain by some of
their officials for the feelings of
tested friends. At the same time
the President reiterated the Phil
ippines’ firm position against
neutralism.
After tracing the struggle of
the Philippines for political and
economic emancipation, the
President explained that Amer
ica merely gave constitutional
substance to the freedom that
the Filipinos treasured and
fought for.
"This is the substance of free
dom which does not permit us
today,” he said. “to be ever un
der~committed. to be equivocal
or sit on the fence of neutra
lism."
The President said, “it was
this constitutional substance of
freedom which is a legacy from
America that tells us that the
answer to the atheistic expan
sion is firmness, determination,
support to those who are com
mitted to freedom more of
these and less of dependence on
the word of those who by their
action have so often discredited
their word and less of political
experiment at the sacrifice of
friends."
The mixed crowd of Filipinos
and Americans listened intently
to the President's speech be«
cause the afternoon papers pre
dicted another blast at the Uni
ted States' foreign policy favor
ing a neutral Laos.
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flefl
Dr. Bocobo,
Refires From
The Governm
. After 55 years of
uished service to the pi
Government as Secret
Education, Supreme Cou
tice and President oft
versity of the Pliilippin
George Bocobo, at 75,
from his last position as
man of the Legal ('ode c
sion of the Philippines,
A holder of Doctor of
gree from Indiana Uni
and the Universty of 3
California, Dr. Bocoba
only internationally re
Filipino authority of Cl
and he has representedr
ippines at conferences'
field abroad. An emin
thor, he has written a
poems, Arrows and F
and has translated Rizal
Me Tangers and El F
ismo.
Last year, he just cel
his Golden Wedding
sary wit hhis wife, Mrs.
Bocobo. They have sev
dren all professio
college-bred. One da
Dalisay Bocobo-Balunsa
resident of San Francisco
fomia. and is a feature
for Philippine magazines
the wife of San Franci
Anton Balunsat, who d
ippine and San Franci
scapes.
Dr. and Mrs. Bocobo
visit the Balunsats, an
grandson, Anthony B
unsat, 111, 8 years 01
time in the near future.
5. R. LOP
Field Representative of
Show of Salem, Virg'
3‘05 lulu. SO., Sumlo

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