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November 16, 2016
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April 17, 2000
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November 7, 1951
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Approved For Relea [?R,100/.Q5/22+K'CIA-RDP82-00457R0092001)R9 REPORT NO INFORMATION REPORT CD NO. CLA SSIFICAT ? DATE DISTR. 9 November 195a SUBJECT Captured Documents Describing Philippine Communist NO. OF PAGES 7 Party and U Communications 25X1A PLACE.; NO' OF ENCLS. au m SUPPLEMENT TO DO NOT CIRCULATE /REPORT NO. 25X1X According to a note in the documents, these code identifications were developed on 11 May 19510 Antonio Alipio, who is also known as July, was in charge of the center at 6 Palomar Compound,, Tondo,, Manila,, on 1.5 September 1951. when these documents were confiscatedu Alipio allegedly waas killed by the MPD while attempting to escape following the raids. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY COUNTRY Philippines CODES CB Kao Korn Kai. B CLASSIFICv U, S. aF k~xci air o~Y Chinese Bureau Kasama (comrade) Courier General Secretary STATE PS NAVY 7[ AaSRB Document No- --___-_- .~ .. No Change In Class. E] Il a TY, Class. Chaeed ~To. TS S Auth.: K T 197 Date: g 8 AYL1% -- By, -- Approved For Release 2000/05/22 : CIA-RDP82-00457R00 200110008-4 Approved For Release 2000/05/22 CIA-RDP82-00457R009200110008-4 SET CO1 ROL - U.S., OFFICIALS ONLY k$*jTY INFORMATION rla? E NED K D NFD Ka< N)dD - General Haadquarter$1 jSao S NCD Kai; Par G-42 Pacing3 Reny (Rene) Bob Oka Torres P'J iaa Cards Ipe Dea Reg Doming Fab '-?ando 13-3 (rjff~ArTUO.")o OFFICIALS ONLY 25X1A Approved For Release 2000/05/22 : CIA-RDP82-00457R009200110008-4 Approved For Release 2000/05/22: CIA-RDP82-00457R009200110008-4 CONTROL - U.S. OFFICIALS ONLY 25X1 A i..~ TY INFaINATION CE AGENCY U. July 195.1 To the Whole Force of the PCG4 Subject: Rules to be followed. Dear Comrades t (1) Before sending out couriers,, the supplies and letters, as well as money, if there is any, should be carefully explained to them. The latter requires extra care in both dispatch and receipt procedures. There is no reason for confusion, since the couriers assigned are given sufficient time to prepare for their trips. (2) In regard to supplies sent here,, the name ordinarily used by the sender should be avoided* instead, assigned symbols should be used for the following persons: Pacing; Elias; Fab; Ipe; Garda; Pande; Rene and Bob; Dec; Sulu; Oka; Reg; Torres; and Domingo (3) Accompany Comrade Naty to Comrade 127 and introduce her, so that she can have a hideout in the event of an emergency. Comradely, 11 may 1951 To; GSA ,5 Oll, ED, and FO, and to all concerned. In order to (a) minimize, or to eliminate, if possible, the loss of articles bought or delivered for any comrades; (b) to improve our security, particu. larly in reference to our communications and couriers; (c) to assist in arranging facilities for delivering supplies and general property, the NCI) has prepared the following regulations: 1. All personal purchases may be included with those made by the purchaser of the NFD (in care of Ka Kardi)p so that couriers uril1 not be exposed needlessly. 2? All, purchases of supplies for the movement, including office and camp equipment, medicines, etc., and all personal purchases that can be made only in Manila will be handled by the NCD, 3, Whenever there is an opportunity for a courier to make your purchases, take advantage of this service in order to utilize courier trips fully., Ida Families and friends who send articles to people here should be instructed that supplies should be wrapped properly, and that the weight should not exceed lO kilos per package. Supplies which have been purchased or ordered should be marked on the outside with rs>%bols assigned to the persons indicated previousiy,7 Persons whose names do not appear in the foregoing list should send their purchases or letters to any comrade of his awn group whose name is included in the list. These purchases or letters should be distinguished from those of comrades whose names are on the list. Approved For ooyS~R@R%2057R009200110008-4 Approved For Release 2000/05/22 : CIA-RDP82-00457R009200110008-4 OL - 1.L S. OFFICIALS Ct 4Y 25X1 A RMATION CENTRXi,I-ffth"=NCE AGENCY G. For purposes of record: a copy of the list of articles to be purchased should be furnished to the person for whom the purchases are made in order to assist in tracing lost artiolee. The NOD and the Supply Officer (C-s) or the NFD should record the total of all personal purchases made for each member. The list of articles to be bought should be submitted on the day before the courier is to leave. No late orders will be accepted in order to avoid delays for couriers. ?. All departments will be notified by the NCD when couriers are sent out. After notification has been made,, comrades are responsible for learning the schedule for the next trip. Outline of General Guides for Communications Procedures A. NGD - GP (Central Post). 1. Chairman: General Supervision. 2. Vice Chairman: Administration and Censorship. 3? Member: Records and Dispatchingo 4. Member: Reserve Route Inspection. 5,, Six regular and six reserve couriers. The NCD Staff is in the camp and directly. supervises the national. administrative tasks relating to communications. B. Outpost. (OF) 1. Chairman: Administration. 2. Vice Chairman: Records and Dispatching. 3. Two couriersp for Coordinating Post,: Inner Poste and Central Post. (The inner post of the Central Post will be placed in the nearest station of the couriers of the Central Post). C. Coordinating Post (CCP) nMre8 1. Chairman: Administration. 2. Vice Chairman: Records and Dispatching. 3. Member-, Supervisor of the Sub-Post 4. Two regular couriers. D. Sub-Post (In the vicinity of 'W for Regional Commands (RECOs) or for Resident Post)o 1. Supervisor: Records and Dispatching,, 2. Two assistant couriers. Bo The RGD of the ftEGOa should have not less than two regular out-posts and two reserve wt.postso -? S. OFFICIALS ONLY Approved For Release 2000/05/22 : CIA-RDP82-00457R009200110008-4 Approved For Release 2000/05/22 CIA-RDP82-00457R009200110008-4 R )L - U. S, OFFICIALS ONLY 25X1 A ? I N OHMATION CBS ,L GENCE AGENCY 1. Once each week: WD to CF to COP. 20 Once each week: RECO to t:P to CCP Subs-Post. 3. "Rush Couriere Dispatched at any time, No courier trip or lette:* may be marked "Rush" unless this classification is authorized by the NOD or the SEC, or of the ROD or RS of a 1tICO.9 4. Couriers who are carrying official, letters should not be required to carry any supplies that might attract attention and thereby endanger the security of the letters and the safety of the courier, Supply couriers will be sent when such trips are required by the number of orders or purchase,3, and when these couriers are not required for carrying officii.1 letters. 6. When couriers are sent out, they vi11 be assigned a fixed time schedule for their return, B. Censorship and Recording. 1. All official letters should be subject to the approval of the NCD. 2, All non-official letters should be submitted to the NGD for censorship. 3. Both official and non-official ititters should be recorded,, numbered, and properly arranged before the: ,,we given to a courier. A list of all messages will be made for the courier who will return it to his point of origin. Persons rec