37th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Marchi6,i974

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We extend our warm greetings to the people of
Davao City on the occasion of its 37th anniversary,
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Its residents can take deserving pride in its
achievements and that renewed efforts will he made
to make Davao the premiere metropolis of Mindanao,
With this go oij^-^eetings and best wishes.
lELDA ROMUALDEZ MARCOS
1974
MALACANAN PALACE
MANILA
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Message
Message
Let me extend my warm greetings to die people of Davao City on the
occasion of their 37th anniversary this March 16.
it is heartening to note that the city, under the enlightened leadership of
Mayor Luis T. Santos, has programmed different activities for a meaningful
anniversary celebration with more substance in keeping as it is with the New
Society's reform program.
Indeed, we should make this occasion more auspicous and meaningful by
wor mg more zealously for the good of our community in particular and for the
progress and peac^^^^^'^^^"^'
Davao City is one city in the Philippines that every Filipino should be
proud of. It was carved out from the frontiers and wilderness that was
Mindanao by people coming from different regions in the Philippines.
What the Davawenos had done is an example of how people of diverse
regional traditions and culture could work together for common goals in an
atmosphere of cooperation and brotherhood.
Davao City is a monument of love, tolerance and unity. It is a shining
3/ways will be our pledge to our people
example of the best in the Filipino.
Congratulations to the leadership of the city and its constituents on the
helping them at all levels to attain
occasion of their celebration of the 37th Anniversary of "Araw Ng Dabaw."
Indeed, the celebration should be an occasion for Davawenos to pause
^^^^rtgthen your commitment for a better tomorrow
under the aegis of the New Order.
in thanksgiving to the Great Provider for the bounties that the land has given
them unfailingly through the years.
March 12. 1974
DIRECTOR EDUARDO R. SOLIMAN,JR.
Bureau of Local Governments
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Davao —
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significant event that may not yet be known to many
iov as they
'believe
should
all 37th
Dabawenyos
a rightful
pride and
celebrate
theirgive
City's
Foundation
Day sense
is theofranking
of
30 as the country's regional capital.
''epres
Ahead
past and^facognition of the sum total of our achievements in the
the natin^^ ^ P^'asent. Indeed it would not be presumptuous to assume that
as fh ^r
would not meet with difficulties in choosing Davao
regional seat in Southern Mindanao. For at 37,
^arminn^r.r\ 't ^"^^^^f^clly the prime City of Southern Philippines, the
Dav°o O-f
"f education and culture.
Dabawenwnc
rnetropolis with a future — and it remains for us,
Davao City is a big challenge to its
leaders and people. Rushed by circum
stances to metropolis growth, the city
faces a number of problems that will
surely-test the talent. Imagination and
the town's technocrats from all sectors
started to put up extension officers in
— education, business, civic organiza
tion, youth, city and national govern
ments, tourism, foreign affairs, barrio
the city, including plants and factories.
affairs, the city council arKl mass
As a consequence, the city perked up
media — and formed the Davao City
Development Advisory Council.
Foundation Day
today. As we celebrate its 37th
and plains, it has lured droves of
gratitude to the various segments
work together and^h
3 springboard towa d^^
forward, and as we have always done,
year's Araw Ng Dabaw Celebration will be
of the cZny,
Davao City — worthy of the name "Regional
migrants from all over the country —
from as far North as Luzon to as far
South as Sulu.
Brave and adventurous, these peo
ple have settled on the land like West
LUIS T. SANTOS
City Mayor
March, 1974
a
number
of
industrial firms has
tourists that fly to the city every day?
Are the factories polluting the rivers,
^t)d today's planners, the brawns and the brains
^
merce.
cant government lands? Where shall
the factories be allowed to operate?
Where are they to house the droves of
that have made
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recruited and enlisted the services of
erstwhile frontier city into a modern
metropolis.
Because of its strategic location,
favorable weather and fertile valleys
of our society th
of roads to facilitate inter-town com
to life. People work In farm factories
and shops.
Consequently, problems inherent of
an expanding city began to pile up.
Where shall the city government relo
cate the migrants who settled on va
creativity of its constituents, particu
larly its leadership, In transforming the
And so, recognizing this need, he
can dock. They constructed a network
Attracted by the boom of business,
stress on this point because to me this development
^avao toda
Moving
Davao City from shoulder of Mt. Apo
seas and atmosphere? How can the
city expand without upsetting the eco
logical balance?
This council is primarily concerned
with city development planning. Speci
fically, it assists the city mayor in
defining and assessing problem areas,
formulating policies, planning out
guidelines to carry out effectively the
various services of the city.
Headed by Mayor Luis T. Santos
who is its honorary chairman and
Dean Cesar H. Concio, as chairman,
the council has come up with the
following projects:
These are only some of the prob
1. improvement of the city's public
ern frontiersman of old America,
armed with nothing but a strong will
lems that the city at present faces. The
markets, particularly Bankerohan, and
question now is how does the city
and determination. They pushed back
respond to these problems? How does
Agdao Public Markets;
2. construction of a modern abat
toir and cold store for meat to im
the forests and built a city that will
it intend to solve these problems be
fulfill their dreams for a good and
fore they become unsurmountable?
Davao City is luckier than other
cities of its class in the sense that it has
abundant life.
These hardy people cleared the val
leys and planted them to all sorts of
crops — coconut, bananas, rice,
oranges and other fruits. They built an
airport where international planes can
land, harbors where inter-oceans ships
a development-oriented leader at the
top. A man of experience and vision,
the city mayor knows that the prob
lems of his city can only be solved
through proper planning.
prove distribution of meat supply in
the city;
3. implementation of the long-de
layed waterworks construction proj
ects;
4. reclamation of foreshore areas
to build real estate needed in the city's
piers, industrial and commercial sites.
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public parks, city government building
complex arxi other public uses;
5. mechanization of tax collection
billing and posting of accounts to in
crease efficiency;
6. updating zoning ordinance of
the city to make the same compli
mentary to the over-all social and eco
nomic development program;
7. in-depth study of the relocation
program to resettle squatters in gov
ernment real estates so that the af
fected families will receive government
assistance and;
8. preparation of a long-range so
cial and economic development plan
which is calculated to maximize the
use of material and human resources In
attaining objectives within the context
of the national, social and economic
development program.
Clean, tidy street
Considered one of the most ex
citing projects of the Council, how
men as far as attending to the cleanli
ness task of the city is concerned.
ever, is the New Town resort which is
going to be built at the foot of Mt.
The women street sweepers go to
Apo. A smaller version of Baguio and
Tagaytay cities, the Mountain Town
work even before office workers are
Resort will, however, be very much
up from bed. Dally, they work reli
better planned.
giously until the last hours of the
The area is designed as a tourist
destination point with all the conve
niences and comforts of a modern"
town to satisfy international tourist
standards. The place's uniqueness and
natural beauty, however, is to be pre
served while variety of tourist attrac
afternoon.
tions are introduced.
To provide direction for develop
ment the Zoning Ordinance and Devel
opment Plan was reviewed and revised.
The expanded development plan of
the city identifies land uses, givino
special consideration to ecological
balance in the drive for industrializa
tion and higher standards of living
The Zoning Ordinance, in addition
provided the Mindanao Development
Authority plan for a lOQ-hectare in
dustrial zone to be set up at Sasa the
city's inter-ocean port. The area is'fast
being occupied by various industries
ranging from wood processing plants
oil extraction mills, glue and resin
plants to deactivated carbon plant and
many other others.
Peace and order was very much
improved with local and national gov
ernments cooperation boosted by re
sources from the»USAID. The national
government established the Regional
At first, only a handful of women
were hired for the. job, but as they
proved their efficiency many more
were hired. To date, there are more
than 140 women sweepers assigned in
City Hall
Police Academy at Mintal to upgrade
wrote 75% of the cost of the study
personnel quality. The city hired more
policemen thus reducing the per capita
which amounted to P350.000.
ratio of policemen to citizens. Equip
ment grants from the USAID like vehi
waterworks system for the city which
shall be functional for the projected
cles and modern police equipment
requirement till the year 2000. Fund
helped attain increased efficiency.
Administrative reforms were also
quality, the council ordered the Tech
tions, implementation and eventual
completion of the Wilson-Montgomery
plan. The city appropriated the sum of
The
city government also recog-
nlzes the problem of water supply,
he present water supply system is of
e pre-war construction designed to
^61^6 only 50.000 inhabitants. To
meet this problem, the council decided
Women applicants are strictly
screened by a committee headed by
Mrs. Catalina G. Santos before they
"if Davao City is kept clean, it's
because of the women street sweep
ers," Bulletin's Teodoro Valencia once
observed in his column.
Not only the Bulletin's columnist
noticed it. An American tourist in
Davao also commented: "I like Davao
for Its fresh air, scenic spots, nice
bridge time lapses between negotia
Center in Davao City to serve its auto
the neighboring cities and provinces.
A Tidy City
nical panel to study and implement an
Interim plan as a stop-gap measure to
mation needs and extend services to
ing the cleanliness of the parks and
other government buildings.
ing will come from the USAID loan
the efficiency of public administra
National Computer Center will soon
establish a Regional Computer Service
Davao —
grant at minimum interest.
program which promises to Increase
tion, gained national attention. The
the streets aside from those maintain
The study envisions a PI62 million
Meanwhile, to relieve the acute
water shortage and Improve water
effected The City's computerization
I
people and clean streets."
Davao City is getting popular for
two reasons, first, it is the largest city
Pi.3 million to be supplemented by a
P2 million loan for the DBP to finance
In the world in terms of land area and
second it is the only city in the Philip
the project. The project is expected to
be in operation soon.
pines with women pitching in for the
men in street cleaning.
are hired. Mrs. Santos coordinates with
Mrs. Santos talks on beautification,
various government and private agen
cies in the citywide facelifting pro
gram, in her capacity as chairman of
Green Revolution
the
beautification drive two
years
back. She maintains regular dialogue
the local cleanliness and beautification
vrith civic leaders, heads of schools and
committee of Davao City.
Of course, the women cleaning
religious organizations and even plain
citizens for support on the beautifica
force Is only a part of the over-all
tion projects in their respective zones,
cleanliness and beautification program,
but already, it Is becoming an institu
tion in the city, with the sweepers
unknowingly teaching the city popu
Including those in the rural districts.
lace the value of cleanliness.
Mrs. Santos believes that, slowly,
cleanliness and sanitation habits will
Among the places, recently organized
by the city's first lady are the districts
of Toril and Calinan, where beautifica
tion committee members were ap
pointed for purposes,of coordination
and responsibility.
The idea which is European in con
be inculcated In the minds of every
cept came about only during Mayor
one, until we shall have developed
Luis Santos' term.,The city mayor and
so with his wife, Mrs. Catalina Santos,
among ourselves real discipline.
in the rural districts, aside from die
commissioned to undertake a
easibility study. The USAID under
full development of the famous Davao
believes that women do better than
Mrs. Santos is still very much in
thehelm of the work since she started
0"^ a total solution. The Wilson-MontQomery consulting firm of New York
Davao City,
Exotic City
i.
Aside from this, a plan is being
formulated to develop the mini parks
Magsaysay and Rizal Parks.
Davao -
Exotic,
idyllic
for its pearls.
5. The Talomo Beach — It is a wide
stretch of white and sandy beach. Only
a few minutes ride from the city.
6.Calinan — In this place the tourist
will enjoy the beauty of the falls and
the sulphur springs.
7. Mt. Apo National Park — This is
Davao City is a must to see. A
a 500-hectare reservation which the
modern city by any standard, it has
all the facilities to make the tourist's
city government will soon develop Into
sojourn comfortable and satisfactory.
a resort town.
Other attractions are the industrial
Unlike other cities in the Philip
firms and farms located within the city
pines Davao City also offers rustic and
or environs. Among these attractions
idyllic scenery that the metropolite
are:
will delight in.
1. Lapanday Banana Plantations —
Influenced by varied cultures such
These are hundreds of hectares of
as Spanish, American, Chinese and
Moslem, the city looks exotic and
banana plantations the produce of
which are exported to -lapan and other
colorful. In short it is a city where con
countries.
trasts harmonize.
Only an hour and thirty minutes
from Manila by jet, the city has one of
the most modern airports in the Philip
pines. Soon, it will be opened as an
international airport.
Accomodations are available In the
city. It offers some of the country's
most luxurious hotels. Among the well-
known hotels are the Insurlar Hotel.the
Apo View Hotel, Imperial Hotel and
Maguindanao Hotel, the latest addi
tion.
2. Bacnotan Cement Factory —
Here one can observe how cement is
manufactured.
3. Sta. Clara Plywood Factory —
Exportable plywood is manufactured
in this factory.
4. Alcantara Plywood Factory —
Exports quality plywood.
5. Pepsi-Cola Plant
6. Firestone
Davao City is a cosmopolitan im
munity. It is the melting pot of all
ethnic cultures in the country. One is
Hotel, Modern Hotel, Molave Inn and
Guino-o Hotel. These hotels offer all
the facilities that the best in Manila can
trians in the streets, and he will surely
Davao City has several and varied
attractions for the tourist or visitor It
has everything to offer to either the
in-door or out-door man.
Among the more famous places in
the city are:
1. The Shrine of the Infant Jesus of
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Bago Inigo Farms
Other good hotels are Men Seng
offer.
Ifc
met with a contagious smile of pedes
eve a new acquaintance in a coffee
shop.
The people are simply marvelous,
^much so that one could have a king's
speak, in this queen city of
Marrakesh Night Club
^he South.
No tourist will feel robbed of his
precious savings or of his holiday being
Maguindanao Hotel
ost. For Davao City |s a tourist's ha-
Prague - This a private park owned by
leact^'^
the wife of the Mayor of the city. Mrs.
Catalina Santos. The Shrine is a mecca
Pine
® heaven on earth at
for devotees to the miraculous Infant
Jesus of Prague.
2. Bago Ihigo Farms — These farms
are famed for its fish ponds and
waterways.
3. The Nenita Stock Farms - Here,
the tourist will see the exotic resthouse
and the biggest swine farm in the
m
Come,see,
*eei, Davao,
Now!
country.
4. The Aguinaldo Pearl Farm — Lo
cated at Samal island, just half an hour
ride from the city by boat, it Is famous
Insular Hotel
Po Llan Temple
COi.LEC^"
AIENfOa 4VAO
Helping
Hands, inc.
The Helping Hands, Inc. Is a vo
lunteer organization of concerned citi
zens in the city of Davao. It is non
stock, non-profit, non-sectarian and
non-political.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:
I. PROGRESS: The Helping Hands,
Inc. shall undertake, through co
operatives and manpower develop
ment, the
implementation of
proven studies and projects geared
towards the upliftment of the less
fortunate of our people like the
jeepney drivers, ambulant ven
dors, fishermen and the land till
wholesome involvement, the re
storation and preservation of our
BEAUTIFICATION: The rapid
growth of the city of Davao and
people's faith in themselves, faith
the coming implementation of a
in their government and faith in
modernized Zonification Plan re
quire an immediate, massive and
sustained beautification and anti-
stagnation, moral degeneration
While these projects are supposed
Atty. Ramon B. Beleno, Jr.
and civil disobedience now afflict
to be purely government concern,
Cabeza Mayor
ing a great mass of our people.
the City of Davao, with its limited
resources, cannot undertake it all
Ili. CHARITY: The Helping Hands,
inc. shall extend, in a limited
scale, certain charitable and wel
fare aids to the poor.
It shall be more concerned how
ever, in the opening up to new
opportunities for the unfortunate,
assistance for the weak and justice
for the oppressed.
IV. CULTURE: The Helping Hands,
Inc. shall also undertake cultural
and aesthetic reawakening and
It shall spearhead therefore, the
revival of lost arts and customs in
goals and objectives.
Helping Hands, Inc.
Shall promote, through direct and
pollution crash programs.
order to strengthen our dwindling
identity as a people but without
prejudice however to the birth
and development of new arts and
culture caused by the fussion of
native talents and foreign influ
Council
alone. To this end, the Helping
BARANGAY DISTRICT A CABEZAS DE BARANGAY
Hands, Inc. takes the initiative in
contributing it's share by pledging
its talents and man power behind
Paz S. Garcia
Barangay No. 2
Anthony Sasin
Atty. Edipolo Sarabia
Jose Mangahls
...
Barangay No. 3
Barangay No. 4
Barangay No. 5
Dr. Constantino Sabandal .
Conrado Labao
Barangay No. 6
Barangay No. 7
Rudy Sevilla
Angel Ancheta
Barangay No. 8
Barangay No. 9
Perfecto Boncato
Barangay No. 10
Miguel Garcia
Barangay No. 11
Engr. Jose Sayson
the projects.
It shall also seek the cooperation
and assistance of other concerned
quarters in support to the proj
ects.
HELPING HANDS
These ventures and other similar
projects shall be undertaken in
and Y 0 U
Mauricio Martinez
Barangay No. 12
Clasp then with the Helping Hands,
Tomas Martinez
Barangay No. 13
Atty. Pablo Lorenzo, Jr.
and together, there will be more
Dr. Jose Yap
Barangay No. 14
Floro Castillo
Barangay No. 15
Councilor Respicio Zafiro
Atty. Eugenio Marfori-Celi
Adolfo Arguna
Barangay No. 16
Mr. Oscar Lopez
Ponciano Guibelondo ....
Barangay No. 17
Engr. Raul Sarenaa
Francisco Apilado
Barangay No. 18
Rev. Fr. Ben Benedlcto
Teodora Castaheda
Barangay No. 19
Mr. Jose T. Gellegani
Oscar Lopez
Barangay No. 20
Councilor Felicidad Santos
Adolfo Arguna
strength, more courage, more faith and
more meaning to citizenship involve
Architect Ramon Basa
BARANGAY DISTRICT C
Engr. Jose M. Sayson
Honorary Chairman
MRS. CATALINA G.SANTOS
President
research, project EVALUATION
Mrs. Ramos
Judge Enrique B. Inting
FEASIBILITY STUDY
Engr. D. Alindada
Danilo Mercado
Pedrito Gallardo
Barangay No. 21
Barangay No. 22
Macario de Claro
Domingo Vergara
Tomas Bacalla
Barangay No. 23
Barangay No. 24
Barangay No. 25
JackRubillar
Barangay No. 26
Benjamin Babao
Marie Isabel Aboltiz
TECHNICAL STAFF
Crlsanto Navacllla
Barangay No. 27
Maria Jayme
Barangay No. 28
Atty. Ramon Beleno,,Jr.
Engr. Vicente Garcia„Jr.
Teodorico Tinio
Pedro Lascano
Barangay No. 29
Barangay No. 30
Engr. Santiago S. Paclibar
Mrs. L. Coronei
Arch. Pedro J, Sandoval
Arch. Florencio Gavino 111
BARANGAY DISTRICT D
FINANCE-WAYS & MEANS
Mr. R. Beleno, Jr.
Miss L. Teves
VICE PRESIDENTS/PROJECTS
Atty. Robillo, Progress
MEMBERS:
Rev. Fr. Miguel Ma. Varela, SJ.
Consul Tseng-I-Chang
mayor LUIS SANTOS
COORDINATORS
Dean CESAR H. CONCIO
Chairman
Mr. Nick Alcantara
BARANGAY DISTRICT B
Proposed Set-up Off Helping Hands, inc
Atty. Arguna
LUIST. SANTOS
Honorary Chairman
out its hand to. ..YOU. It may not do
much but it will surely do something.
And with you, it shall do a lot more.
ment.
Atty. Cayudong
Barangay No. 1
The Helping Hands, Inc. reaches
ences.
CONSULTANTS
Davao City
Development
Advisory
Poblaclon, Davao City
The absence of these basic values
have cause the present economic
growth among our people.
cies or groups having the same
Barangay Offfficiais
God.
ers along the countryside.
joint partnership with the city
government and such other agen
V.
& aims
Nicomedes Dublin
h
PUBLIC RELATIONS
Mrs. Inting, Faith
Jess Torrento
Atty. Arcangel, Character
Mr. Romy Chan, Beauty
CLERICAL, ACCOUNTING
Mr. Panlilio, Culture
Mrs. F. Gumia
Miss Teves, Culture
Mr. T. Simpliciano
Mr. T. F. Paulo
Barangay No. 31
Benito Tipace
Barangay
Herculano Borneo
Barangay
Crisostomo Sandoval .... Barangay
Ligaya Vlctorlo .
Barangay
No. 32
No. 33
No. 34
No. 35
Ricardo Villa
Nestor Gil
Demetrio Alindada
Pablo Rigor
Engr. Iluminado Quinto
Gerardo de la Vega
Mariano Mata. Sr
Rosita Taleon
Barangay No. 36
Barangay No. 37
Lourdes Espiritu
Paquito Trinidad
Barangay No. 38
Barangay No. 39
Atty. Enrique Cayudong
Jacinto Pacifico
Barangay No. 40
Mrs. Fructuosa Gumia
SECRETARIAT
COMMITTEE ON PROGRAM & INVITATION
Programme
Committees
March 16,1974
for Araw Ng Dabaw
Rimbansang Awit
March 16, 1974
DCHS Band
Welcome Address
Hon. Luis T. Santos
Speech by the Guest Speaker
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES
Hon. LUIST. SANTOS
Honorary Chairman
SUPT. PEDRO O. SANVICENTE
A
Mayor, Gty of Davao
A
Mis. Imelda R. Marcos
y
First lady of the Philippines
Musical Number
PGEA Choral Group
Conferment of Awards
Mis. Imelda R. Marcos
(To be assisted by City Mayor & Mrs. Luis T.Santos)
First Lady of the Philippines
Induction of the Barangay Officers
Over-ail Chairman
Hon. Jose A. Rono
Secretary
ATTY. RAMON B. BELENO, JR.
Dept. of Local Government
& Community Development
Vice-Chairman
MRS. CATALINA G. SANTOS
Recessional
Mabuhay Ang Filipino
Coordinator
AWARDEES
MAYOR LUIS T. SANTOS AWARD
members
Engr. Jose M, Sayson
Engr. Salvador Francisco
Engr. Santiago Paclibar Jr
Mr. Maximino Assistido
Mr. Adolfo Arguna
Mr. Ansel mo Apayor
Lt. Col. Rosendo Dacanay
Mr. Valeriano Ipong
Hon. Vicente E. Calanog
Supt. Francisco E. Apilado
Dr. Anselmo Ismael
Supt. Felix Villarin
Fiscal Alfredo Celi
Atty. Nicolas Catiil
Dr. Jose Salcedo V. Quimpo
1974 DATU BAGO AWARD
FR. MIGUEL MA. VARELA S.J.
March 15^16, 1974
March 15
honorary members
Hon. Bienvenido O. Amora
Hon. Benigno S. Bangoy
Hon. Domingo Vidanes
Hon. Felicidad C. Santos
Hon. Victorlano Advincula
Hon. Bonifacio Tamayo
Hon. Pantaleon Pelayo, Jr.
Hon. Gaudloso M. Tiongco
Hon. Tomas Monteverde. Jr.
Hon. Dominador Zuno. Jr.
Hon. Valentin Banzon
Hon. Antonio S. Castillo
on. Zafiro Respicio
"V- Oonzalo Latorilla
Hon. Vicente Albay
I~XIIUI It
COMMITTEE OM r
6:30 — 7:20 p.m.
Pangkat Kawayan Cultural Concert,
Palaruang Lungsod ng Dabaw
7:20— 10:00 p.m.
Coronation Night, "Mutya Ng Dabaw",
Palaruang Lungsod Ng Dabaw
MARCH 16
4:00 a.m.
Rev. Fr. Reinerlo Tusoy .
HURCH SERVICES
Judge Dominador Zuno„Sr.
"
■ ■ ■ .. Chairman
DIANA around the city by all
school bands
8:00 — 12:00 p.m.
Sports Activities to be held
simultaneously at:
1) Palaruang Lungsod Ng Dabaw
2) Magsaysay Park
3) City Hall
1:00 p.m.
Assembly for the Parade (from
the Magsaysay Park to the Rizal Park).
2:00 p.m.
Start of the Parade (Magsaysay Park)
.\tir\ne>
Antnnin Martinez
Mar+inii-T
Judge Antonio
..
Member
7:00 — 7:45
Judge Enrique B. Inting
..
Member
Holy Masses to be simultaneously
4:00 p.m.
1) Rizal Park, in front of city hall
2) Palaruang Lungsod ng Dabaw
Program for the Araw ng Dabaw,
Judge Gumersindo Arcilla .
Member
Mrs. Florentina Salvaleon
Member
Miss Lourdes Teves
Member
Member
COMMITTEE ON WAYS-"iHu
AND MEANS
means
Mrs. Anita Garcia
Fil-Chinese Chamber of Commerce
Davao City Chamber of Commerce
Mrs. Valeriano Ipong
Mrs. Ursulina Inting
Chairman
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3) Magsaysay Park
Note: All public officials
7:00 p.m.
employees & residents of Davao City
Cultural Concert by the Pangkat
Kawayan, Rizal Park
are requested to hear Mass in
any of the three places
Member
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member
Rizal Park
Atty. Dulthe Ranon, MC during Parade
7:50 a.m.
Atty. Ramon B. Beteno, Jr.,
Flag Raising Ceremony
MC Program after Parade
Chairman
Mrs. Fructuosa Gumia
Co-Chairman
Atty. Priscillo Inting
Member
Mr. Socrates Cessar
Member
Mrs. Maximino Assistido
Member
Mrs. Zosima Albay
Member
COMMITTEE ON RECEPTION
Mr. Adolfo S. Arguna
Mrs. Sol T. Carpio
Mrs. Rosa Munda
Chairman
.. Co-Chairman
Member
Atty. David Mojica
.,
Miss Lynn Yuvienco
Mrs. Socorro B. Greta
Mr. Iluminado Macahlg
Member
Member
Member
Member
COMMITTEE ON FLOATS, PARADE,STAGE,
ARCHES, STREAMERS,LIGHT & SOUND SYSTEM
Engr. Vicente Garcia„Jr
Engr. Demetrio Allndada
Lt. Col. Rosendo Dacanay
Major Petronilo Cariaga
Capt. Ceferino Taleon
Mr. Pablo Rigor
Arch. Florencio Gavino III
Engr. Amado Banaglorioso
Engr. Antonio Fuliga
Chairman
Co-Chairman
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Mr. Jesus Bautista
Member
Sked of Activities
Mr. Rufino Ambrosio
Hon. Nile P. Maskarino
Mrs. Zorahaida Allndada
COMMITTEE ON REFRESHMENTS
Mrs. Leah Ferranco
Mrs. Peria Veneracion
Mrs. Ester Sasin
Miss Esperanza Santos
Dra. Ma. Luisa Dazon
Mrs. Moonyeen Beleno
Co-Chairman
Member
Member
Member
Member
COMMITTEE ON SPORTS & CHILDREN'S GAMES
Mr. Nestor Gil
Atty. Enrique Cayudong
Mr. David Adan
Chairman
Co-Chairman
Member
Atty. Cesar Europa
Member
Mr. Ernesto Tinio
All Cabezas de Barangay
Mr. Emerito Francisco
Member
Member
Member
COMMITTEE ON DIANA
Mr. Enrique Panlilio
Mrs. Angelina Sena I
Chairman
Co-Chairman
All Public and Private Schools
Member
COMMITTEE ON TREE PLANTING
Mr. Anselmo Apayor
Dr. Anselmo Ismael
Engr. Santiago Paclibar, Jr. .
Chairman
Co-Chairman
Member
Engr. Demetrio Alindada
Member
Mr. Pablo Rigor
Member
SMCttObiASL.
Davao City Officials
COMMITTEE ON DISTRICT &
BARRIO PARTICIPATION
Mr. Benjamin Babao
Mr. Jesus Basuil
Chairman
Co-Chairman
Mr. Ricardo Abando
Mr. Antonio Colina
Member
Member
Mr. Lorenzo Aranjuez
Mr. Nemesio Depillo ..'
Member
Member
Mr. Jose Lastimosa
Mr. Jess Dureza
Chairman
Member
Mr. Gil Abarico
Mr. Cris Sapaula
Member
Member
Mr. Ross Torres .
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Victorio S. Advincula
City Fiscal
Co-Chairman
Engr. Salvador Francisco
Engr. Vicente Garcia, Jr.
Mrs. Emerita Rodriguez
Mr. Adolfo Arguna,
Tomas A. Monteverde, Jr.
Zafiro L. Respicio
Specialist Asst to the City Mayor
Atty. Gonzalo G. Latorilla
Mr. Valeriano Ipong
City Council Secretary
City Auditor
Cesar's Portrait .
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Arnolex Studio
Engr. Iluminado Quinto
OTHER OFFICIALS
Chairman
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Co-Chairman
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Judge Enrique Intina
ARAW NG DABAW AWARDS
AV
M r. Rufino Ambrosfo, Jr
Engr. Jose Sayson
Member
City Engineer
Hon. Vicente Calanog
Mr. Pedro O. Sanvicente
Mr. Ricardo Abando
Supt. of City Schools
Davao City Development Officer
City Judge
Dr. Jose Yap ...
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Member
Mrs. Rosita Dan'go !
Member
Actg. Chairman, Davao City
Hon. Gumersindo Arcilla
City Judge
Water District
(Dept. of Local Govt. and
Chairman
Rev Sister Asumpta David
City Agriculturist
City Assessor
Member
Commit
City Veterinarian
Mr. Anselmo Apayor
Atty. Nicolas Catlil
Asst. City Council Secretary
Mrs. Zorhaida Alindada
City Librarian
Dr. Anselmo C. Ismael
Member
PICTORIALS
City Electrician
Private Secretary
Valentino C. Banzon
Mr. Flor Tungpalan
Mrs. Emerita Rodrigu'^ez^"''^^^
Chief, Fire Department
Acting City Secretary
Antonio S. Castillo
GENERAL SERVICES
Chairman
Chief of Police
Col. Rosendo Dacanay
Atty. Ramon Be+encp, Jr.
Bonifacio M. Tamayo
Masfcarino
Vice
Member
Mr. Romulo Asegurado
Col. Isidro Q. Gatmaitan
Pantaleon V. Pelayo, Jr.
Dominador R. Zuno, Jr.
Member
Engr. Salvador Francisco
Engr. Ramon Ang Espina
Engr. Santiago Paclibar
Public Service Officer
Hon. Alfredo Celi
Benigno B. Bangoy
Member
Engr. Jose M.
Mrs. Fructuosa Gumia
Hon. Napoleon Nidea
City Judge
Felicidad C. Santos
Bienvenido O. Amora
Member
Mr. Rey de Villa
Mr. Porfirio Reyes .... ]
CITY COUNCILORS
Domingo R. Vidanes
Co-Chairman
Mr. Casicn Arkoncel
Mr. Bahn Guinomla
Vice-Mayor
Vicente M. Albay
Member
COMMITTEE ON PUBLICITY
CORNELIO P. MASKARINO
City Mayor
Gaudioso M. Tiongco
!!!!!!!!'. Member
Atty. Jacinto Rubillar, Jr
Mr. JessTorento
Mayor Santos
LUIST. SANTOS
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Hon. Enrique B. Inting
Dr. Jose Salcedo Quimpo
City Judge
City Health Officer
Community Deveioppnent)
Member
Mr. Pacifico L. Arcena5^.°'^'*^''^EE ON PRIZES
Mr. Carlos Mellete
Chairman
Mr. Nemesio Depillo
Mr. Mequias Mahipos
Co-Chairman
Mr. Julito Morta
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Member
Member
Member
Councilor Vicente M^^All^y^^ BEAUTY CO
CONTEST
Mrs. Ligaya Victorio ...
Councilor Dominador Zufio^ Jr
Miss Lyn Yuvienco
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Atty. Lirlo Joquino .... '
Chairman
Co-Chairman
Member
Member
Member
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Vidanes
Amora
Bangoy
Pelayo, Jr.
Tamayo
Banzon
Castillo
Monteverde, Jr.
Zuno, Jr.
Santos
Prov. Commander, Col. Rafael V. Jor*^ SECURITY
Col. Isidro Q. Gatmaitan ......
Atty. Agustin C. Garcia
Chairman
Co-Chairman
Member
Atty. Paul Arcangel ..
Mrs. Zorahaida Alindada
Mr. Vicente Nida . . . ,
SECRETARIAT
Chairman
Co-Chairman
Member
Advincula
Respicio
Industrial Firms-Tourist Attractions
Mutya Ng Dabaini
Who will be Mutya '74?
Pepsi Cola
Firestone
Lyn Yuvienco
Mutya Ng Dabaw 1973
Maureen V. Hilario
Mutya 1972
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Sta. Clara Plywood
Genette Ledesma
Elsa Roldan
3rd Mutya
2nd Mutya Ng Dabaw
MUTYA NG DABAW BOARD OF JUDGES
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Pacific Banking
Bacnotan Cement
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Rachel Arkoncel Salgado
1st Mutya
DATU BAGO AWARD BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Director Eduardo SoUman
Justice Antonio Barredo
Mrs. Julie Daza
Chairman
Member
Member
Engr. Vicente C. Garcia, Jr
Chairman
Judge Enrique B. Inting
Jud^ Vicente Cusi
Member
Member
Mr, Ferdinand Villar
Dean Cesar Concio
Member
Member
Dr. Jose Yap
Member
Rev. Sister Asumpta David
Member
Mrs. Rosita Dango
Member
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Mayor & Mrs. Ramon D. Bagatsing
Mayor & Mrs. Nemesio I. Yabut
Manila
MakatI, Rlzal
l^ayor & Mrs. Norberto S. Amoranto
Mayor & Mrs. Eulogio Borres
Quezon City
Cebu City
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Mayor & Mrs. Antonio Acharon
Mayor & Mrs. Pablo Cuneta
General Santos City
Pasay City
Gov. & Mrs. Nonito D. Llanos, Sr.
^ Mrs. J. Antonio C. Leviste
oatangas
Davao Del Sur
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Gov. & Mrs. Verulo C. Boiser
Davao Del Norte
Mayor & Mrs. Marcial Samson
Caloocan City
Mayor & Mrs. Luis Lardizabal
°aguio City-
Mayor & Mrs. Marcelo Barba
Toledo City
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Indian Community
Davao City
Wide and ever-green - - the
finest in the Philippines.
Shrine of the Infant Jesus of Prague. A private park of the Santoses.

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