(The following papers comprise the enclosures of Instruction No. 22.—EDITOR.)

INSTRUCTION (INDUSTRY) NO. 133

MANAGEMENT, PROVISIONALLY ENTRUSTED,
OF THE MILITARY
CONTROLLED FACTORY

MANILA, May 2, 1942

MR. PEDRO SABIDO

You are hereby entrusted provisionally of the management of the National Abaca and Other Fibers Corporation under the conditions as prescribed in the attached papers and therefore you are required to submit a letter of acceptance in a given form attached herewith.

DIRECTOR-GENERAL OF THE JAPANESE
MILITARY ADMINISTRATION

NOTE:

The same form of instruction was sent to each of the following—

Mr. Vicente Sabalvaro Instruction No. 134
Mr. Conrado Benitez Instruction No. 135
Mr. Edward Taylor Instruction No. 136
Mr. Gregorio Anonas Instruction No. 137

INCIDENTAL CONDITIONS

I. In the following cases the provisionally entrusted management shall be cancelled:

(1) In case a formal trustee or disposition of the corporation has been decided by the Imperial Japanese Forces.

(2) In case there is any violation of these incidental conditions.

(3) In case the Imperial Japanese Forces considers it necessary.

II. In the Textile Department of the National Development Company participation of the following Counsellors is required in its business management:

Shohei Kitajima

President of Kinkwa Meriyasu Co. (P. I.), Inc.

III. Seek guidance of the following advisers in the business management of each corporation:

Jose G. Sanvictores, Assistant Commissioner of the Department of Agriculture and Commerce.

Isaac Barza, Assistant to the Chairman of the Executive Commission.

IV. Instructions from the Military Administration must be obtained as to the following matters:

(1) Establishment of the plantilla and of salary schedule.

(2) Manufacturing of products and dealers or customers of the products.

(3) Disposition of profits.

V. The following monthly reports must be submitted to the Office of the Military Administration by the 10th of the following month:

(1) Monthly business report—

a. Kind of products.

b. Number or quantity of the products.

c. Process by which principal raw materials have been obtained and quantity of stocks at hand.

d. Selling prices of the products and list of customers.

e. Statement concerning the fuel and electric power.

f. Number of laborers (male and female separately) and average wages per day.

(2) Monthly statement of the income and expenditure.

(3) Monthly trial balance sheet (clarify the difference between assets of the original owner and those of the provisional trustee.)

VI. Management shall be under supervision of a supervisor detailed by the Military Administration.

VII. The accounts of the corporation shall be under supervision of the chief of the Intendance Corps of the Imperial Japanese Forces.

LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE

May 4, 1942

THE DIRECTOR GENERAL OF THE
MILITARY ADMINISTRATION

Manila

SIR:

This is to acknowledge the receipt of your Instruction (Industry) No. 135, dated May 2, 1942, ordering management, provisionally entrusted, of the military controlled factory and to inform you of my sincere desire to fulfill my duty in managing the said factory observing the incidental conditions prescribed in your instruction.

Very respectfully,

CONRADO BENITEZ

Source: Office of the Solicitor General Library