A spokesman for Central Negros of the Leonardo Panaligan command, has once more declared that inspite of government claims that they are whittling down guerrilla forces nationwide and causing serious setbacks to the revolutionary movement through arrests of many of their leaders, the guerrillas recruits have increased substantially by 40 percent in their front alone.
KOREANS SIGN EXCHANGE PROGRAM WITH USLS. City Mayor Monico Puentevella (center) with Choi Kyong Hel, JeonJu National University of Education President Yoo Kwang Chan, Ph.D, Park June Chul and University of Saint La Salle Director for External Relations Rhoderick Samonte during their courtesy call yesterday. The Korean nationals are here in the city to sign an exchange program Memorandum of Agreement with USLS and a future collaboration with the city wherein they are willing to donate used computers to public schools.*
Ka JB Regalado also announced in a statement released on tape that the number of people in mass bases have also increased by several folds as well, and that they are determined to eliminate incidence of criminality as well, oftentimes committed by soldiers, paramilitary unit members of the CAFGUs, bandits and abusive armed groups tolerated by the military in their area of operations in Central Negros where the 11th IB and 12th IB units are deployed.