Malip-ot nga Suguilanon
Ni Edith B. Colmo
Sa kinaandan, kon mabalo ang lalaki, indi magdugay nagapangita sing ibulos sa iya asawa, bangod kadam-an sang lalaki, nagasalig sa asawa nga magpatigayon sang tanan para sa pamilya. Pagkatapos intrigar sang sweldo sa asawa, bahala na ang asawa magpa igo-igo sang tanan. Gani kon madula ang asawa, daw namalhan nga paka ang bana. Kabangdanan nga indi makapadugay nga solo sa pagpangabuhi ang bana nga nabalo.
Sa pihak nga bahin, ang balo nga babae makasarang magbuhi sang pamilya bisan naga-isahanon. Kon sa bagay, ang mga babae ang nagapalakat sang pangabuhi sang mag-asawa. Gani kon mabalo gid man ang babae, indi sia masyado apektado kay anad na sia magdumala sang pamilya.
Members of the Special Task Force, Criminal Investigation Division, a division of the Philippine National Police (PNP) intelligence group in Manila, were able to hook another suspect in the killing of Mambusao, Capiz Vice Mayor Abel Martinez.
According to Chief Supt. Agrimero Cruz, Jr., Regional Director, PRO 6, the suspect, Geger Francisco was arrested the other day at the corner of Katipunan Avenue and Aurora Boulevard, in Loyola Heights, Cubao, Quezon City.
A group tasked to maintain cleanliness, order and sanitation in the Bacolod Public Plaza, will be organized by Bacolod City Administration Atty. John N. Orola, Jr. He calls the group Public Plaza Action Group (PPAG), to be composed of representatives from General Services Office, Public Order and Safety Office, Police Station 1, Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSSD), and Secretary to the Mayor Moises dela Cruz, with Orola as head of the group.
Orola said, he already met with the group to discuss the existence of minors at the plaza during night time and the vendors who do not observe their rules to stay in one area of the plaza.
Alleged victims, members of families, lawyers, a protestant pastor, con-demned what they said were politically-related extrajudicial killings in Escalante City, in a press conference in Bacolod yesterday.
The press conference was also attended by mass members of the breakaway group, Sanlakas-Negros.
Those who attended the press conference, insisted that fully 28 of the killings and the wounding of the victims, were politically motivated in the traditional political sense, pinpointing three identifiable per-sonalities namely Escalante Mayor Melecio Yap, his official security officer, former army Major Arthur Tupas and former police Angel Sinadjan.
There is no irregularity on the funding request of the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) for the May 13, elections.
Thus said Vice Mayor Jude Thaddeus Sayson, supporting the reaction of Atty. Milagros Salud Villanueva, City Election Officer regarding her request for additional election fund.
Sayson said, the LGU is mandated to put an election reserve fund during elections. This reserve fund only appears every three years whenever there is an election. All local government units from the province, city/municipality and even the barangays are allocating the election reserve fund in preparation for the expenses during election period.
Last 2010 elections, Bacolod City has set aside P5 million election reserve fund. For the 2013 election, Bacolod City will do the same. As a matter of fact, it was already approved by the city council in the amount of P 5million election reserve fund, which Atty. Villanueva follows up with the city government.
Out of 91 maritime schools nationwide, 81 have participated in the Maritime Schools Assessment Program (MSAP) 2013, wherein,
VMA Global College at Sum-ag, Bacolod City ranks 6th in Maritime School Assessment Program (MSAP) for the Engine Department with the passing rate of 93.90% and 9th for the Deck Department with the passing rate of 90.40%.
VMA also places 4TH AND 6TH as highest in terms of AVERAGE SCORE per school in deck and engine respectively.
‘Ravena Clarifies Golez’ Statement on Bacolod Report
By Editha B. Colmo
City Accountant Eduardo Ravena of Bacolod City corrected the statement of Cong. Anthony Golez during the congressional debate over Radyo Bombo, regarding the alleged erroneous travelling expenses of Bacolod City government amounting to P262,273,000.84.
Ravena said, actually the P262 million was the amount paid in 2005 to suppliers and creditors, and it was not spent for traveling expenses. It was misinterpreted because the said amount was posted in the slot for travelling expenses, Ravena also said.
Bacolod City Administrator Atty. John N. Orola, Jr, invites everyone to post your queries, concerns, ideas and comments for the welfare of Bacolod City, with his new facebook page/account, and email address - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Orola said making his new facebook account and email address open to the public will serve as a center or core page for anyone who wants to share his concerns, ideas or comments for the welfare of the people of Bacolod City.
Genuine justice works in God’s time. Thus said Col. John Aying, newly installed commanding officer of the 303rd Infantry Brigade, Philippine Army, regarding the arrest of Reniel Cellon, 44, alias Kumpol, resident of Brgy. Pinggot, Ilog, Negros Occidental.
Left, Couple Reniel Cellon, commander of Centro de Gravidad Platoon, and wife Mary Jane Magquilat, with their companions were arrested 8pm of Friday, April 5 at the joint AFP-PNP-COMELEC checkpoint at the national road in Dancalan, Ilog, Negros Occidental.* (Radyo Kumando photos)
According to Col. Aying, Cellon/Kumpol is a notorious charater, being the commanding officer of Centro de Gravidad Platoon of the New People’s Army (NPA) operating in the 6th and part of 5th districts in Southern Negros Occidental. He was arrested over the weekend at the joint check point along the national road in Brgy. Dancalan, Ilog, Negros Occidental. Cellon was with his wife Jane Magquilat y Flores, alias ChinChin, 38, resident of Brgy. Caliling, Cauayan.
Indigent people of Bacolod City are considered most vulnerable sector of society, yet they are the ones who have limited access to the city’s basic and social services particularly on health.
The Phil-health sponsored program of the city would benefit thousands of poor and indigent constituents.
Therefore, Councilor Elcid Familiaran, has resolved that the city should establish an indigency Health Program to provide sustainable health program and health care services for the poor and indigents, by optimizing the use of Philhealth-sponsored programs and other related programs of the government.