Supporters of Ferdinand Marcos unveil a giant cake in celebration of his 71st birthday in Laoag City, Philippines. Hoping to recover billions of dollars Marcos and his associates supposedly stole from the country, President Corazon Aquino is now talking about allowing the ousted ruler to return. The government is expected to file criminal charges against Marcos in early 1989, a move that under Philippine law gives him the right to return from banishment and confront his accusers. Aquino's dilemma is she wants Marcos' money, but not him.