Presidential appointees of Bohol in 1946 - Part 4

CEBUPEDIA - Clarence Paul Oaminal (The Freeman) - January 13, 2021 - 12:00am

On April 23, 1946, incumbent senator Manuel Acuna Roxas ran for the president and defeated the incumbent, the only Cebuano so far to become president, Don Sergio Suico Osmeña Sr. The then new chief executive replaced the appointees of Osmeña with his own. For the Province of Bohol these were the new appointees:

Geronimo Gamao, Magdaleno Taganahan, Lazaro Cajiles, Arsenio Apigo, Agapito Japson and Numeriano Galili, appointed councilors of Lila, Bohol, July 15, 1946.

Rosendo Hamili, Pefecto Hamlag, Honorato Apalisok, Anastacio Lague, Gelacio Gallego and Roman Galler, appointed councilors of Dimiao, Bohol, July 15, 1946.

Gregorio Yumo, Quiterio Datoy, Victorio Tejano, Troadio Solideo, Eusebio Tulang and Francisco Tomampes, appointed councilors of Loay, Bohol, July 15, 1946.

Margarito Sinajon, Paciano Luayon, Teodoro Sinajon, Pedro Varquez, Clemente Buctot and Domingo Pamaos, appointed councilors of Alburquerque, Bohol, July 15, 1946.

Marcos Tanginan, Catalino Gomez, Clemente Acuña, Gerardo Bagol, Nicasio Jala and Mauricio Luajon, appointed councilors of Sikatuna, Bohol, July 15, 1946.

Magdaleno Catad, Isidro Llorente, Pelagio Tangao, Felix Ibarra, Simeon Dano and Magdaleno Naraga, apointed councilors of Balilihan, Bohol, July 15, 1946.

Agripino Yusoya, Anacleto Juanich, Jesus Lasaro, Jose Boja, Cayetano Rebucos and Ramon Medidas, appointed councilors of Tubigon, Bohol, July 15, 1946.

Martin Patindol, Miguel Tesorio, Jesus Dalmario, Simplicio Barilla, Roman Maglajos and Marcelino Cequilla, appointed councilors of Clarin, Bohol, July 15, 1946.

Romuado Campron, Estillore, Jose Jumamoy, Agaton Aparicio, Jose Pitalcorin, Lencio Bautista, Gregorio Aparici, Fortunato Bautista and Graciano Arcales, appointed councilors of Inabanga, Bohol, July 15, 1946. (End of series)

DON SERGIO SUICO OSMEñA SR.
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