1950 in the Philippines
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1950 in the Philippines details events of note that happened in the Philippines in 1950.
- President: Elpidio Quirino (Liberal)
- Vice President: Fernando Lopez (Liberal)
- Chief Justice: Manuel Moran
- Congress: 2nd
- June 12 – The Philippine province of Mindoro, located on the island of the same name, was divided into Occidental Mindoro (west) and Oriental Mindoro (east).
- August 31 – President Quirino appoints Ramon Magsaysay as Secretary of the Department of National Defense.
- January 10 - Nicanor Perlas, Filipino activist
- February 1 – Romulo Neri, Filipino educator and public servant
- February 20 - Libran N. Cabactulan, Filipino diplomat from the Republic of the Philippines,
- February 28 - Jaime Fabregas, Filipino multi-awarded actor and musical scorer in the Philippines of Spanish descent.
- March 7 - Leo Martinez, Filipino actor/comedian and director.
- March 10 – Billy Bibit, Filipino retired colonel (died 2009)
- March 18 - Celeste Legaspi, Filipino singer and actress.
- March 19 – Jose S. Palma, Archbishop of Cebu
- March 23 – Roy Alvarez, filmmaker (died 2014)
- March 25 – Elpidio Barzaga, Jr., Filipino politician and Governor of Cavite
- March 29 - Tina Monzon-Palma, Filipino news anchorwoman.
- April 12 – Ricky Reyes, Hairdresser
- April 25 – Apollo C. Quiboloy, founder and leader of the Philippines-based Restorationist church, the Kingdom of Jesus Christ, The Name Above Every Name, Inc.
- May 16 – Mike Bigornia Filipino poet, editor, fictionist and translator.
- June 5 – Abraham Sarmiento, Jr., Filipino student journalist (died 1977)
- June 20 - Prospero Pichay, Jr., Philippine politician
- July 13 - Abdusakur Mahail Tan, Filipino politician
- July 29 - Cynthia Villar, Filipino politician
- August 27 - Pen Medina, Filipino actor
- August 31 - Rey Paz Contreras, Filipino artist
- September 11 – Jovito Palparan, Filipino retired Army general,and anti-communist.
- October 10 - Roberto Cajes, Filipino politician
- October 12 - Pilar Pilapil, Filipino actress.
- October 22 - Velma Veloria
- October 24 - Iggy Arroyo, Filipino politician. (died 2012)
- October 31 - Antonio Taguba, retired major general in the United States Army.
- November 16 - Manuel Zamora - Filipino Politician
- December 2 - Maximo Junta, Filipino cyclist.
- December 10 - Leo Soriano, Bishop of the United Methodist Church
- May 28 - Vicente Sotto, Filipino politician and former Senator of the Philippines (born 1877)
- August 2 – Macario Pineda, Philippines novelist and short story author (born 1912)
- "Mindoro", in Historical Dictionary of the Philippines, Artemio R. Guillermo ed. (Scarecrow Press, 2011) p288
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