1963 in the Philippines
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1963 in the Philippines details events of note that happened in the Philippines in the year 1963.
- President: Diosdado Macapagal (Liberal)
- Vice President: Emmanuel Pelaez (Liberal)
- Chief Justice: César Bengzon
- Congress: 5th
- April 5 – Ferdinand Marcos became President of the Senate of the Philippines.
- July 20 - Lalaine Bennett won 3rd Runner up of Miss Universe 1963 at Miami Beach, Florida, USA. She is the first Filipina to Runner Up at Miss Universe.
- July 28 – Twenty-four Filipino boy scouts and scout officials en route to Athens, Greece for the 11th World Jamboree were among the total of 60 people perished when the United Arab Airlines Flight 869 crashed into the Arabian Sea a few miles off Bombay, India.
- August 8 – President Diosdado Macapagal signed the Agricultural Land Reform Code.
- February 5 – Franz Pumaren, basketball player and coach
- February 17 – Jinggoy Estrada, Filipino actor and politician
- April 2 – Teddy Alfarero, basketball player (d. 2004)
- May 12 – Cherie Gil, Filipino actress
- June 15 – Allan Caidic, basketball player
- August 1 – Ato Agustin, basketball player and coach
- August 11 – Bobby Nalzaro, Filipino radio and television journalist
- August 14 – Edwin Olivarez, Filipino athlete, politician and businessman
- August 24 – Francis Pangilinan, Filipino lawyer and politician
- August 28 – Gerry Ortega, RMN radio commentator and human activist (d. 2011)
- October 3 – Marion Peck, Painter
- October 5 – E.R. Ejercito, actor and politician
- October 15 – Maria Teresa Carlson, actress (d. 2002)
- October 16 – Gilberto Duavit Jr., Filipino businessman (president of GMA Network)
- October 25 – Grace Padaca, Filipino politician and broadcaster
- November 6 – Arthur B. Robes, Filipino politician.
- November 14 – Martin Romualdez, Filipino businessman, lawyer, and politician
- December 18 – Yves Dignadice, Basketball player
- Benjamin Abadiano, Filipino lexicographer
- March 7 - Jaime C. de Veyra, Filipino academic (b. 1873)
- April 11 - Teofisto Guingona, Sr., father of former Vice President Teofisto Guingona, Jr..(b. 1883)
- April 12 - Felix Manalo, 76, founder and first Executive Minister of Iglesia ni Cristo. (b. 1886)
- May 1 - Lope K. Santos, Filipino novelist. (b. 1879)
- September 13 - Frances E. Parrette (b. August 17, 1907)
- December 15 – Sotero Cabahug, lawyer, legislator, and politician (b. 1891)
- Regino Ylanan, Filipino sports administrator, writer and athlete.(born 1889)
- "10 Haunting Last Pictures Taken in Philippine History". Retrieved February 6, 2016.
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