ADMINISTRATIVE ORDERS 1952

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Administrative Order No. 206, s. 1952
December 5, 1952
Signed on December 5, 1952: Imposing a fine on director of the institute of national language Cirio H. Pa˝ganiban.
Administrative Order No. 207, s. 1952
December 5, 1952
Signed on December 5, 1952: Removing from Office Justice of the Peace Domingo Galagnara of Kolambugan and Monai, Lanao.
Administrative Order No. 205, s. 1952
December 3, 1952
Signed on December 3, 1952: Classifying the positions of chiefs of mission in the Philippine Foreign Service and fixing the salaries to be received by them.
Administrative Order No. 204, s. 1952
November 25, 1952
Signed on November 25, 1952: Creating the Informational Media Guaranty Program Committee
Administrative Order No. 203, s. 1952
November 25, 1952
Signed on November 25, 1952: Designating the National Rizal Day Committee
Administrative Order No. 201, s. 1952
November 18, 1952
Signed on November 18, 1952: Exonerating Collector of Internal Revenue Saturnino David
Administrative Order No. 202, s. 1952
November 18, 1952
Signed on November 18, 1952: Coordinating the activities of the different relief organizations of the government in connection with the campaign for the complete restoration of peace and order and with disasters caused by natural calamities.
Administrative Order No. 200, s. 1952
November 5, 1952
Signed on November 5, 1952: Dismissing the charges against Mr. Luis N. Alandy, Assistant General Manager of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office.
Administrative Order No. 199, s. 1952
November 4, 1952
Signed on November 4, 1952: Suspending Mr. Ubaldo D. Laya from office as Provincial Treasurer of Oriental Misamis.
Administrative Order No. 198, s. 1952
November 4, 1952
Signed on November 4, 1952: Suspending Mr. Ponciano Reyna from office as Provincial Treasurer of Antique
Administrative Order No. 196, s. 1952
October 29, 1952
Signed on October 29, 1952: Authorizing the Philippine Phoenix Surety & Insurance, incorporated to become a surety upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds and undertakings.
Administrative Order No. 195, s. 1952
October 29, 1952
Signed on October 29, 1952: Modifying Administrative Order No. 185-a, dated July 15, 1952, by considering Provincial Treasurer Ceferino R. Dino of Camarines Norte as having resigned effective July 15, 1952.
Administrative Order No. 197, s. 1952
October 29, 1952
Signed on October 29, 1952: Authorizing the Reliance Surety & Insurance Company, Incorporated to become a surety upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds and undertakings.
Administrative Order No. 194, s. 1952
September 23, 1952
Signed on September 23, 1952: Modifying Administrative Order No. 184, dated July 10, 1952, by considering Provincial Treasurer Andres Agcaoili of Quezon Province as having resigned effective July 10, 1952
Administrative Order No. 193, s. 1952
September 11, 1952
Signed on September 11, 1952: On the administrative case of former Governor Perfecto Faypon of Ilocos Sur
Administrative Order No. 192, s. 1952
September 10, 1952
Signed on September 10, 1952: Reprimanding Sugar Quota Administration Vicente G. Bunuan.
Administrative Order No. 191, s. 1952
September 5, 1952
Signed on September 5, 1952: Removing Mr. Asaad Usman from Office as Justice of the peace of Siasi and Tapul, Sulu.
Administrative Order No. 190, s. 1952
August 11, 1952
Signed on August 11, 1952: Creating a Committee to take charge of the Celebration of National Heroes day on Sunday, August 31, 1952.
Administrative Order No. 189, s. 1952
August 9, 1952
Signed on August 9, 1952: Authorizing the Domestic Insurance Company of the Philippines to become a surety upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds and undertakings.
Administrative Order No. 187, s. 1952
August 7, 1952
Signed on August 7, 1952: Dropping the charges against City Attorney Apolinario E. Sogueco of Pasay City.
Administrative Order No. 186, s. 1952
August 7, 1952
Signed on August 7, 1952: Exonerating Secretary of Commerce and Industry Cornelio Balmaceda.
Administrative Order No. 188, s. 1952
August 7, 1952
Signed on August 7, 1952: Dropping the charges against Messrs. Felipe Cuaderno and Rufino Tolentino, Director and Administrative Officer, respectively, of the Bureau of Telecommunications.
Administrative Order No. 185, s. 1952
July 11, 1952
Signed on July 11, 1952: Considering Mr. Felipe E. Jose as having resigned from office as Director of Labor
Administrative Order No. 184, s. 1952
July 10, 1952
Signed on July 10, 1952: Considering as having resigned Provincial Treasurer Andres Agcaoili of Quezon Province
Administrative Order No. 183, s. 1952
July 7, 1952
Signed on July 7, 1952: Further amending Administrative Order No. 76, dated December 16, 1948, as amended by Administrative Order Nos. 104 and 135 dated October 21, 1949, and October 31, 1950, respectively, creating a Committee to implement Executive Order No. 145, dated June 19, 1948, as amended by Executive Order No. 190, dated December 16, 1948, concerning the collection of voluntary contributions from pupils and students enrolled in public and private elementary, secondary and collegiate schools with which to finance the restoration of the Rizal Home in Calamba, Laguna, and Dapitan Park in Zamboanga.
Administrative Order No. 182, s. 1952
June 9, 1952
Signed on June 9, 1952: Removing Messrs. Arsenio Villanueva and Pedro S. Najarro from office as vice-mayor and Assistant Chief of Police, respectively, of Cebu City.
Administrative Order No. 181, s. 1952
April 30, 1952
Signed on April 30, 1952: Removing Mr. Epifanio R. Tupas from Office as Justice of the Peace of Sagay, Negros Occidental.
Administrative Order No. 180, s. 1952
April 24, 1952
Signed on April 24, 1952: Authorizing the Alliance Insurance & Surety Co., Inc., to become a surety upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds and undertakings
Administrative Order No. 179, s. 1952
April 18, 1952
Signed on April 18, 1952: Creating a National Committee to take charge of the sixth anniversary celebration of the Republic of the Philippines on July 4, 1952.
Administrative Order No. 178, s. 1952
February 6, 1952
Signed on February 6, 1952: Directing the heads of departments and chiefs of bureaus and offices not to incur expenditures beyond the appropriations authorized by law for their respective departments, bureaus or offices and prescribing procedure to avoid overdrafts.
Administrative Order No. 177, s. 1952
January 4, 1952
Signed on January 4, 1952: Exonerating commissioner of Customs Alfredo V. Jacinto.