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Vol 7 No 46.indd
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Punto! Luzon
VOLUME 7
NUMBER 46
WED - THU
SEPTEMBER 25 - 26, 2013
Central
PANANAW NG MALAYANG PILIPINO!
20 KATAO NASAWI
Landslide area isinailalim
sa permanent danger zone
NI JOHNNY R. REBLANDO
S
UBIC, Zambales - Isinailalim
na sa permanent danger
zone ang lugar sa Barangay
Cawag at Barangay San Isidro na
pinangyarihan ng landslide kung
saan 18 katao ang natabunan at
dalawa ang namatay sa matinding
pagbaha dala ng habagat.
Ayon kay Mayor Jay
Khonghun, 100 hanggang 200 pamilya ang
nasa ibat-iabang evacuation center na biktima
ng malawakang pagbaha at isinailalim na ang
Subic sa state of Calamity.
Sinabi pa ni Khonghun na hindi nila ini-expect yung lugar kung
saan naganap ang landPAGE 6 PLEASE
57 villages in Bataan
affected by flash floods
Old man dies of drowning
BY ERNIE B. ESCONDE
BALANGA CITY – Some
57 villages in Bataan
on Monday were hit by
floodwaters from one
foot to more than seven
feet deep after monsoon
rains bombarded the
province Sunday night
till Monday morning.
Cherry Matias of the
Provincial Disaster Risk
Reduction Management
Council said the affected barangays were from
the towns of Dinalupihan, Hermosa, Orani,
Samal, Abucay and Orion and the City of Balanga.
PDRRMC was still
collating reports as to
PAGE 6 PLEASE
Sakay sa kayak ang isang bata na biktima ng landslide sa Barangay San Isidro, Subic,
Zambales. KUHA NI JOHNNY R. REBLANDO
Apeco budget slashed by 80%
Fisherfolk claim victory
BY DING CERVANTES
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO - The country’s big-
gest fisherfolk alliance
claimed victory yesterday after hearing that
Congress last Monday
The
Pambansang
Lakas ng Kilusang Mamamalakaya ng Pilipinas
(Pamalakaya)
claimed
credit for the budget
slash, saying its “susPAGE 6 PLEASE
Albayalde said he
was set to meet with
Task Force Edejer yesterday for updates on the
investigation.
On Monday, Nicolas
Edejer, 42, the lone survivor and patriarch of
the Edejer family, succumbed to a gunshot
wound in the head at the
Sacred Heart Hospital in
nearby Angeles City.
Reports said Nicolas
died at 3:45 a.m. on the
said day as confirmed by
Dr. Keith Vitan.
Massacred last Fri-
day with gunshots to the
head were Edejer’s wife
Corazon, 48; son Kenneth, 19; nephew Nelson
Dominico, 17; housemaids Teresita Lansangan, 40, and Kaykay, 27;
and masseuse Benigno
Villanueva, 52.
Reports said the six
were found dead in separate areas in the two
houses within their compound at No. 19 Molave
Street, L&S Subdivision
in the attack that police
estimated happened bePAGE 6 PLEASE
Police still clueless on
Edejer massacre suspects
BY ASHLEY MANABAT
BRIEFING. Gov. Lilia G. Pineda gets a briefing on the Edejer massacre
case from Senior Supt. Oscar Alabayalde, acting provincial police
director. The governor gave the instruction to leave no stone unturned
in the early solution of the case. Also in photo is chief of staff Fritzie
David-Dizon PHOTO BY BONG LACSON
finally slashed by about
80 percent the budget
for the controversial Aurora Pacific Economic
and Freeport Zone (Apeco) in Casiguran, Aurora
province.
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO– Police remain clueless on the identities of
the suspects in the massacre of a family of seven in Barangay Telabastagan here last Friday.
“Ala pang malino suspek (There are still no
clear suspects),” said
Senior Supt. Oscar Albayalde when asked on
the progress of the police investigation into the
massacre of the Edejer
family.
PUBLIC DRINKING ‘A PATHETIC STUNT’
Consumer group bares water rate increases by BWSI
PUNTO! CENTRAL LUZON • SEPTEMBER 25 - 26, 2013 • WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
ANGELES CITY – A consumer group here revealed that effective October 22, 2013, the
prices of the water dispensed
by Balibago Waterworks System Inc. (BWSI) to its service
areas in Balibago, Malabanias, Pulung Maragul, Amsic,
Diamond Subdivision, Sapang
Bato, Abacan and Dau will increase “atrociously”.
The Samahang taga Balibago na ang Adhikain ay Kalusugan (SABAK) said it obtained a copy of a decision by
the National Water Resources Board (NWRB) dated July
17, 2013 granting a five-year
Certificate of Public Convenience (CPC) and authority
to increase rates to the BWSI
based on latter’s petition on
February 18, 2013.
Also, SABAK has ridiculed
as a “pathetic stunt” the public
drinking of the BWSI officials
of the water coming out of its
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new pump in Barangay Lakandula, Mabalacat City.
“We still challenge them to
drink the water BWSI serves
the people of Hadrian street,
Diamond subdivision, Pulung
Maragul and many other places in its service area. Lakandula is a new project, so it is
expected that the water has
improved qualities.
But in
many parts of its concession
area, the water is undrinkable,” SABAK said.
“For its dirty water, consumers will be paying atrociously
more,” said SABAK spokesperson Danilo de Austria Consumido.
“The NRWB decision belies the recent statement of
BWSI denying it is increasing
its rates,” he added.
According to the NWRB
decision, the minimum charge
for households up to 10 cubic
meters of consumption will be
up from P237 to P293, or a
P56 increase. Consumption
in excess of 10 cubic meters
up to 20 cubic meters will be
charged P30.20 per cubic meter from P24.80 per cubic meter, or an increase of P5.40 per
cubic meter.
Households
consuming
over 50 cubic meters will pay
P41 per cubic meter, from the
previous P29.60, or an increase
of P21.40 per cubic meter.
The minimum charge for
commercial and industrial users has not been increased.
But those consuming more
than 25 to 1,000 cubic meters
will pay P64 per cubic meter,
from the previous P49.60, or
an increase of P14.40. Those
consuming over 1,000 cubic
meters will have to pay P82
per cubic meter from P54.40,
up by P27.60 per cubic meter.
The decision signed by
NWRB OIC-Executive Direc-
tor Elenito Bagalihog also noted that there was “no opposition” to the BWSI petition.
SABAK, however, said that
no public notice has been issued on the BWSI petition. “It
was done in stealth,” Consumido said.
“It is very ironic that while
the MWSS has recently ordered the Metro Manila water
concessionaires to bring down
their rates, the BWSI has been
readily granted authority to increase its rates even as consumers have raised issues on
the quality of its water and services,” he added.
He said SABAK will bring its
protest to the streets, and to the
doorsteps of the BWSI and the
NWRB. “We sense something
fishy on the manner the BWSI
got its permit to operate another five years plus the authority
to increase rates,” he said.
–Press release
NEW HOUSING SITE. Mayor Pamintuan and Vice Mayor Vega-Cabigting lead the groundbreaking and time
capsule laying rites of the soon to rise Angeles Heights Resettlement project located in barangay Sapalibutad.
Joining them are City Councilors Amos Rivera, Bryan Matthew Nepomuceno, JC Pamintuan and Jojo Dimapilis
and several village officials. PHOTO COURTESY OF ANGELES CIO
FOR THE RELOCATION OF FLOOD VICTIMS
New resettlement project soon to rise in AC
ANGELES CITY – Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan and
Vice Mayor Vicky Vega-Cabigting led the groundbreaking rites yesterday of a new
resettlement project that will
house over 500 informal settlers and displaced families
from 13 barangays in the
city.
The project, which is
funded by the National Housing Authority (NHA), will benefit families who are victims
of the calamity brought forth
by the numerous typhoons
and heavy rainfall that hit the
country over the past few
months.
According to Pamintuan,
the rise of this resettlement
is an indication of things to
come for the city.
“In thirty years time, Angeles will become a major
migration zone for residents
of Central Luzon. We owe
that to our geographical advantage, and of course, the
boom of businesses in the city.
The resettlement project is a
step towards the right direction
for providing proper, socialized
housing for our constituents
which will eventually allow us
to accommodate more people
in the future,” said the mayor.
He added that more people
will mean more taxes for the
city, which will then fuel the local government to do more in
terms of improving healthcare,
education and peace and order in Angeles.
For her part, Vice Mayor
Vicky Vega-Cabigting emphasized how the beneficiaries
should consider themselves
very fortunate to be the new
residents of Angeles Heights.
“We are very fortunate
here in Angeles that the National Housing Authority has
chosen us as one of their ven-
ues for their resettlement projects. I just hope that the residents would be responsible
enough to take care of these
houses and not to sell them,
which has been a common
practice of other residents living in resettlements in different parts of the country,” she
expressed.
Vega-Cabigting
also
shares the optimism of the
mayor in looking to the future
and providing proper and affordable housing to the Angeleños.
During his speech, former
Local Urban Poor and Housing officer and now councilor
Amos Rivera explained how
the families would further benefit from this project with the
system they have set up.
“In this 3.24 hectare area,
we will see the rise of 507
units with 40 square meters
average lot size each – all of
which are loftable. Additionally, beneficiaries will only be
required to pay their monthly amortization after two
years,” Rivera said.
The average cost of constructing one housing unit is
about P240,000 and will be
clustered in row-type modules, complete with electrical, water supply and drainage system.
He added that the developers are working hard to
meet their December deadline so that the beneficiaries
can move in early next year.
NHA Project Manager
Ines Gonzales was very appreciative of the support of
the local government and
the barangays involved for
welcoming their agency’s
project.
This is the third resettlement site to be developed in
this city. –Angeles CIO
Reply to SABAK
No tariff
adjustment
in October
“IN REPLY to the concerns
of SABAK, it is true that BWSI’s Certificate of Public Convenience (CPC) from the National Water Resources Board
(NWRB) has been renewed
with the standard approved
tariff adjustment for the next
five years.
For the information of the
public, a CPC with a tariff adjustment is granted to a water service provider with a validity of five years to cover for
increases in the cost of power, fuel and minimum wage
among others. Inflation on operating expense items are the
facts of life that all businesses
have to contend with. In order
to sustain and maintain a business to continuously provide
acceptable products and services to its consumers, businesses have to make necessary price adjustments.
However, despite what SABAK claims, BWSI does not
plan to implement any tariff adjustments in October 2013 or
in the near future as inflation
is being contained by the government. NWRB grants water
service providers the tariff adjustment in consideration of the
five year validity but, it is optional for the water service provider whether to implement the
full tariff adjustment at one time
or implement it on a staggered
basis over a period of time.
In fact, BWSI did not even
implement the full tariff adjustment approved by NWRB in
the CPC granted to the company for the period of 2008
to 2013 (NWRB Resolution
No. 017-1008). In the issuance of that CPC, BWSI was
granted a tariff adjustment to
charge residential consumers
P237.00 for the minimum 10
cubic meters.
In June 2008, residential consumers were paying
P199.95 for the minimum. It
took three years (in July 2011)
that a rate increase to P219.10
for minimum residential consumption was implemented.
Then, it was another year (in
June 2012) that the residential minimum was increased to
P229.10--where it still stands
today. This is evidence that
despite being granted a tariff
adjustment up to P237.00 for
the minimum residential consumption, BWSI never implemented the NWRB approved
rate increase in full.
We would like to inform the
public that we have a P120
million infrastructure improvement plan that is to be rolled
out over five years. We have
already undertaken rehabilitation projects amounting to P60
million in Don Bonifacio, Diamond Subdivision, Mt. View
and Lakandula in the last two
years. The remaining P60 million will be invested in the next
three years for a complete rehabilitation of the pipelines in
the franchise area of BWSI as
well as investment in additional water sources.
We would like to assure our
customers that BWSI is very
sensitive to their economic
situations and consider these
before we implement any price
adjustments.
Gapo cleans up after worst floods
OLONGAPO CITY – The
city of Olongapo is now
in full swing in clearing out debris, mud and
trash and handing out
relief good to residents
which was affected by
the flood that hit the city
Monday morning.
Olongapo City Administrator
Mamerto
Malabute has already
instructed the engineering department to clear
the main roads of the city
and have ordered the
distribution of relief good
to residents and evacuees who are currently in
the evacuation centers.
16 out of the 17 barangay have been affected by the flood Malabute
said.
The city council on
Monday morning declared a state of calamity
in the city.
“I have instructed the
city engineer to estimate
the damage caused by
the flood and clear the
main road, schools and
public market to bring
the city into normal situation,” Malabute said.
Hilda Escobar, a resident of barangay Sta
Rita drowned after being
swept by heavy current
Monday morning.
Gonzalo
Pascua,
head of the City Social
Welfare and Development Office said that
more than 600 families
have been rescued and
brought to different evacuation centers in the city.
Olongapo City Mayor Rolen Paulino said
that he would cut his trip
short in Virginia Beach,
Virginia USA to manage
the situation.
Vice Mayor Rodel
Cerezo who is currently acting the mayor has
suspended classes in all
levels today (September
24, 2013).
–Press release
Olongapo residents clean their city from of debris left by floodwaters. CONTRIBUTED
PHOTO
2 drown, 2 missing as waves pummel passenger boat in Aurora
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO - Two died from
drowning and another
two remained missing
off the shores of Dingalan, Aurora after their
boat was overturned by
strong waves and rain
over the weekend, a
belated report reaching
Office of Civil Defense
(OCD) here said.
Elson Egargue of the
Aurora Provincial Disaster and Risk Reduction Management Office
(APDRRMO) said passenger boat M/B Mikee
Rose, boarded by 13
persons, eventually capsized amid bad weather off the coast of Barangay Dikapanikian in
Dingalan last Saturday
morning. .
The boat picked up
passengers from Palanan, Isabela and was on
its way to Dingalan, Aurora when it was pummelled by strong waves
and rain.
Dingalan
police
chief Inspector Ferdinand Usita identified the
drowning victims as Alejandro Abalos, 50, and
Kim Manuel, 20, both
residents of Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija.
Usita said his cops,
together with the Philippine Coast Guard, held
search operations for
two others identified as
sisters Elenita at Suzette Abalos.
The others survived
and were plucked out
from the sea by the rescuers. The rescued passengers were identified
as Leila Abalos, Policarpio Aguilar and, Lodylyn Diamante while
the boat crew were
Rodolfo Plata, Reynald Montane, Wilbren
Marquez, at Jun-Jun
Ramirez, all of Palanan,
Isabela and Rodsep Rosaldo and Rodel Morilla, both of Quezon province.
Landslides kill 5 in Subic
BY MALOU DUNGOG
SUBIC, Zambales -- Five
youngsters were confirmed dead in separate
landslides in Barangay
Wawandue and San Lorenzo Village, Barangay
Matain here at the height
of typhoon Odette Monday morning.
The still unidentified
victims were retrieved
after hours of digging by
rescue teams and barangay workers.
Retrieval operation
are on-going in these areas for other victims.
Mayor
Jefferson
Khonghun has called on
the sanggunian members to convene and declare this town under a
state of calamity since
about 60 percent of its
area remained flooded.
Meanwhile, hundreds
of commuters and vehicles were stranded when
the
bridge
between
Olongapo-Gapan Road
and Subic town was declared not passable due
to possible damage on
the bridge foundation.
The road in Barangay Cawag was also de-
clared impassable due to
landslide. Hanjin workers were also stranded
until the road is cleared
of boulders.
Floodwaters in this
barangay
reached
one-story house deep,
according to Rey Miranda, secretary for
the Municipal Fisheries
and Aquatic Resources
Council in Subic.
More than 500 families along this coastal
barangay were evacuated in various evacuation
centers in the upland
area.
Balanga turns into waterworld
30 people, mostly children, trapped, rescued
BY ERNIE B. ESCONDE
BALANGA City - Monsoon rains Sunday night
till Monday morning
caused heavy flooding in
major areas in the commercial district of Balanga City and adjacent villages, turning Bataan’s
only component city into
a waterworld.
The Philippine Coast
Guard, soldiers of the
24th Infantry Batallion
and barangay officials
rescued more than 30
people, mostly children,
trapped by turbulent
flood waters in Sitio Rio
del Mar in Barangay Cupang Proper.
Barangay
Captain
Norman Guila said they
have warned residents
to evacuate. “Kaya lang
may matitigas ang ulo na
ang akala eh hindi tataas
ang tubig. Ang nangyari,
biglang lumaki ang baha,”
the village chief said.
He said that as of 1
a.m. Monday, they conducted preemptive evacuation along the floodprone area but some
residents thought that
there was no danger so
decided to stay in their
houses. “Pero biglang
lumaki ang tubig kaya
naipit ang ilang pamilya
na karamihan pa naman
mga bata,” Guila said.
“Nabigla ang mga tao
sa biglang paglaki ng
tubig,” barangay secretary Romano Baul said.
Among those rescued were twins aged
three months. “Hindi
kami nakalabas agad
dahil lumubog ang kubo
namin,” said an exhaust-
ed old woman.
Flood waters from
two to three feet deep hit
Barangays Ibayo, Tenejero, Dona Francisca,
Cataning, San Jose, Poblacion and Tuyo.
The beautiful Plaza
Mayor de Balanga sandwiched between the elegant St. Joseph Cathedral, city hall and business
establishments
was with waist-deep
flood waters.
A portion of the
MacArthur Highway adjacent to the four-lane
road in Tuyo was not
passable to all types of
vehicles.
Department stores,
convenient stores and
other businesses and
private offices were all
closed the whole day of
Monday.
PUNTO! CENTRAL LUZON • SEPTEMBER 25 - 26, 2013 • WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
BY DING CERVANTES
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O pinion
Editorial
“THE WORST BLOW HAS JUST BEEN
DEALT UPON ME BY LESS (sic) THAN
THE CAMP OF SENATOR JUAN
PONCE ENRILE—THE MAN I SERVED
WITH FULL DEDICATION, HONESTY
AND LOYALTY FOR 25 YEARS.”
So posted – in all caps -- lawyer Jessica
Lucila “Gigi” Reyes, former chief of staff
of Enrile, in her Facebook account, ABSCBN reported. Continuing:
“If indeed these statements are
sanctioned by or coming from my former
boss, then nothing can be worse than
this kind of betrayal…
PUNTO! CENTRAL LUZON • SEPTEMBER 25 - 26, 2013 • WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
Hell hath no fury like
a woman scorned.
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The unkindest cut of all: “He maintained
that he will stand by the authority he
issued to me and that all I did was faithful
and pursuant to his instructions. He
even told me to be strong; that we will
fight together to prove the accusations
against us are false and fabricated…
And the strongest resolve: “I have yet to
confront my accusers and the supposed
‘evidence’ against me. I have every
intention to defend myself, my name and
my honor and to acquit myself of all the
baseless charges and blatant lies being
spread about me and those contained in
perjured affidavits of so-called whistleblowers.”
Be afraid, Johnny.
Be very afraid.
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by Bong Z. Lacson
Pork to perdition
PORK IS evil.
So spake retired Chief Justice Reynato Puno at a gathering of Methodist
churches at the Good Samaritan Church in Quezon City last week.
“The pork barrel is an evil practice and it
is our duty to fight evil by engaging it and not
running away from it, not escaping from it,” he
declared. “The fight against evil requires that
we not only start the fight but we finish the fight.
The fight against evil demands a period. The
fight cannot be postponed by a comma, cannot
be suspended by a ceasefire. Evil deserves but
one end—defeat.”
No war of attrition there but the war to end
all wars.
As well addressing all men of faith, the
esteemed magistrate said: “In sum, the
Methodist position in regard to abuse of
governmental power is clear, unchanging and
unchangeable. Our North Star has always
been and will always be the Word of God. We
maintain that government derives its power
from God; that it is the sovereignty of God that
counts, it is the sovereignty of God that controls,
it’s the sovereignty of God that should dictate
the direction of human destiny.”
So sadly, some divine attribute arrogated
unto themselves by those in government, thus:
“However you look at it, the pork barrel scandal
is all about abuse in the exercise of the powers
of government, especially the legislative power
over the money of the people.”
Indeed, “the only rationale of the government
is to maintain order by promoting good and not
evil, and above all, the government must be an
instrument of God, hence no government can
subvert the sovereignty of God.”
Indeed, government – at least in the case of
the pork barrel scam – did just that.
The evil of “mass theft” of the people’s
money compounded and complexed by how it
was “misused against the people’s interest.”
“It was misused for political patronage; to
buy the loyalty of people whose politics is for
sale; to corrupt our system of making laws; to
corrupt our systems of enforcing our laws; to
corrupt our system of election; to perpetuate
poverty; in other words, to violate the dignity
of our people, to demean our democracy, and
worse of all, to defy the sovereignty of God.”
Drawing the lines of battle thus, “between
God’s power and evil people in power.” Verily,
the final conflict to be waged there.
Pork is an abomination.
Haram, as the Qur’an proscribes -“Forbidden to you (for food) are: dead meat,
blood, the flesh of swine, and that on which hath
been invoked the name of other than Allah.” [AlQur’an 5:3].
In the Old Testament too -- “And the swine,
though he divide the hoof, and be cloven footed,
yet he cheweth not the cud; he is unclean to
you. Of their flesh shall ye not eat, and their
carcass shall ye not touch, they are unclean
to you.” [Leviticus 11:7-8]. The same phrase in
Deuteronomy 14:8 reverberating.
As well as – and more terrifying – in the
New – “And there was a good way off from
them a herd of many swine feeding. So the
devils besought him, saying, If thou cast
us out, suffer us to go away into the herd
of swine. And he said unto them, Go. And
when they were come out, they went into the
herd of swine: and, behold, the whole herd
of swine ran violently down a steep place
into the sea, and perished in the waters.”
[Matthew 9:30-32, King James Version].
And so the devils went into the congressional
pork, and, behold, the whole House of Congress
rocked violently and now lies precipitously on a
steep cliff, teetering to fall into the sea of rage
of a people wronged, and to perish…
Pork is damnation.
In both its scriptural and political sense. Woe
unto you pork scammers. Hell has a special
place for you.
Abolish pork. Be saved.
Duh?
TODAY IN PHILIPPINE HISTORY
Lope K. Santos is born in Pasig
ON SEPTEMBER 25, 1879,
Lope K. Santos was born in
Pasig as Lope Santos y Canseco to Ladislao Santos, a
native of Pasig and Victorina
Canseco, a native of San Mateo.
Santos was a Filipino Tagalog language writer and former
senator of the Philippines. He
is best known for his 1906 socialist novel, Banaag at Sikat
and his contributions for the
development of Filipino grammar and Tagalog orthography
Banaag at Sikat is considered as the first socialist-oriented book in the Philippines
which expounded principles of
socialism and seek labor reforms from the government.
The book was later made an
inspiration for the assembly of
the 1932 Socialist Party of the
Philippines and then the 1946
group Hukbalahap.
In early 1910s, he started
his campaign on promoting
a “national language for the
Philippines” through organized
lectures, cultural societies
which he founded all over the
country, and headed the department of national language
in various leading universities.
Mang Openg, as he was
fondly called by his friends,
was elected governor of Rizal
province in 1910, served until
1913. In 1918, he was appointed as the first Filipino governor
of the newly-resurveyed Nueva Vizcaya until 1920. Consequently, he was elected to
the 5th Philippine Legislature
as senator of the twelfth senatorial district representing
provinces having a majority of
non-Christian population.
He was the primary author
of Philippine Legislature Act
No. 2946 which enacted November 30 of every year as
Bonifacio Day, honoring Andres Bonifacio. He championed the cause of labor with
his introduction of several
measures designed to better
the workers’ working conditions.
In 1940, Santos published
the first grammar book of the
Filipino language, Balarila ng
Wikang Pambansa (Grammar of the National Language)
which was commissioned by
the Surian ng Wikang Pambansa. The next year, he was
appointed by President Manuel L. Quezon as director of
Surian until 1946. When the
Philippines became a member
of the United Nations he was
selected to translate the 1935
Constitution for UNESCO. He
was also appointed to assist
for the translation of inaugural
addresses of presidents Jose
P. Laurel and Manuel A. Roxas.
He was married to Simeona Salazar on February 10,
1900. They were blessed with
five children.
He died on May 1, 1963 at
the age of 86.
Source: www.kahimyang.info
The greatest mistake you can make in life is
to be continually fearing you will make one.
–Elbert Hubbard
Halo-halo
Ding Cervantes
Pedro Regis: Difficult days ahead
PEDRO REGIS of Brazil is currently one of the living Catholic mystics of our time
who attracts much following because of short-term prophecies allegedly being
conveyed to him by the Blessed Mother.
I regard him with credulity, after having read
the history of his mysticism that started in 1987,
as well as other matters that revolve around
him.
Today, I am devoting this space to the recent
messages from the Blessed Mother through
Pedro, because the messages do rhyme with
other prophecies conveyed to other less known
mystics of our days.
The rhythm of the messages, through Pedro
and the others, lies in the warning that days of
mercy are about to be overwhelmed by days of
justice.
What follows are direct quotes allegedly
from the Blessed Mother through Pedro, all
warning of difficult days ahead. I can’t quite say
whether the difficult days are only for Catholics
of faith, or for the entire humanity.
Last Sept. 7, our Blessed Mother told Pedro:
“Dear children, I am your Mother and I came
from Heaven to help you. Humanity desires
peace, but peace will come when you convert
and accept the Love of God in your hearts.
You are moving toward a painful future. There
will yet be horrors upon the Earth. Bend your
knees in prayer. I want to help you, but what I
do depends on you, for you have free will. Let
God take charge of your lives. Be docile. The
disobedience of men attracts upon humanity
all sorts of evil. I love you as you are. Listen
to me. I am at your side, although you do not
see me. Courage. I will plead with my Jesus
for you. Pray, pray, pray. This is the message
which I bring you today in the name of the Most
Holy Trinity. Thank you for allowing me to bring
you together here once again. I give you my
blessing in the name of the Father, the Son and
the Holy Spirit. Amen. Peace be with you.”
Earlier last Sept. 1, the Blessed Mother’s
message was as follows: “Dear children, seek
Jesus today and Heaven will be your reward.
You are in the world but you are not of the world.
You belong to the Lord, and only in Him is your
true salvation. Accept the Gospel of my Jesus in
order to be great in faith. If you should happen
to fall, do not be discouraged. Jesus is your
great Friend. He is your sustenance through
the Eucharist. In the sacrament of confession,
He transforms you and offers you His mercy. Do
not stand about with your arms crossed. What
you have to do, do not put off until tomorrow.
Convert and return to the One who is your All.
God is in a hurry. Separate yourself from all that
is evil and serve the Lord with Joy. Humanity is
moving along a track of self-destruction, which
men have prepared with their own hands.
Difficult days are coming. Do not stand about
with your arms crossed. Whoever walks with the
Lord will never experience the weight of defeat.
Whatever happens, do not allow the flame of
faith within you to be extinguished. I will be at
your side. Go forward without fear. This is the
message which I bring you today in the name
of the Most Holy Trinity. Thank you for allowing
me to gather you here once again. I give you
my blessing in the name of the Father, the Son
and the Holy Spirit. Amen. Peace be with you.”
And then, last Aug. 31, Our Lady said:
“Dear children, do not be afraid. The Lord
walks with you. Put your trust and hope in Him.
My Jesus is your traveling companion. Give
the best of yourselves, and you will be led to
holiness. Humanity is ill and the moment of
healing has come. Seek Jesus. He loves you
and awaits you. Feed yourselves with the
Eucharist. Strengthen yourselves in prayer and
by listening to the words of my Jesus. I know
each one of you and I know what you need.
Open your hearts to the truth. Difficult days will
come for men and women of faith. That which
I have announced to you in the past will come
to pass. Bend your knees in prayer. Courage.
I will plead with my Jesus for you. This is the
message which I bring you today in the name
of the Most Holy Trinity. Thank you for allowing
me to gather you here once again. I give you
my blessing in the name of the Father, the Son
and the Holy Spirit. Amen. Peace be with you.”
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by Felix Garcia
DIOSDADO P.
MACAPAGAL:
Ing mapuring
Capampangan
(CASUGLUNG NING MILABAS A ISYU)
(A e ra kalupa
Ding aliwa ngeni (ampon kanita pa)
A kabud mipuc la
King matas a puestu – nanan da na keta
Ing e no kuldas ken,
Uling pikukualtan da ing pulitika;
Anti mo’ pin ngeni,
Pilan lang Senador ampon Kongresista,
Ding king uli namu
Ning ‘Pork barrel’ at/o PDAF a ausan da –
Deting manganib a
Mikasuan, kalupa ning karelang ‘Reyna?’)
At nung atin la mang
Bubusbus canitang ya pang macalucluc,
Ya’ytang king RCA,
A nung nu’re ngara dimanda na cabud;
Abias ning gubyernu,
Gewa nang otsenta sentimus ing salup,
King agia mang iti
Inangcat da yatang migit nang mamesus;
Nanung pekibat na?
Burian cu pa nganang king suculan lungub
Kesa king akit cung
Ding cacung memalen mate la king danup.
Bilang Presidente
Tungculan cu ngana itang magdesisyun
Dikil king nanu mang
Bage mangailangan malaguang atensyun;
Obat e cu yutus
Ibenta nang mura ning Administrasyun
Ngening ding memalen
Atilu reti king gipit a situasyun?
Nung para mu cacu.
Ipamie cu namu ngana pang sinuglung
Nung yang ipagcalam
Ning calma cung mayap king tacdang panaun.
Angga na king miras
At mepupus ganap ing cayang tungculan,
E ya meging ‘corrupt’
Ing lagyung DIOSDADO PANGAN MACAPAGAL;
At waman ala yang
Manhattan, mansion at saku-sakung dolyar
A macapanilas
Caring mangaragul a Banku Switzerland,
Ya e sinalicut
O meculung uli ning capanecasan,
Uling e mig-imbut
Migpaca-cualta king e na pipawasan.
Inia naman angga
Na king dinulung ya king marimlang aun,
E mebawas ditman
Ing sablang capurian a caya miputung;
Pablasang balu nang
Mistula ning Balen king y Apung Dadong
Kikilalanan de
Gelingan pati na king aliwang nasyun,
A sucat ibilang
Caring mayap diling linucluc Pecapun,
Ning insa’ mang lipi
King cayapan talan at mugit keng Timun.
Iti, macuyad yang
Talambie ning meging mapuri nang anac
Ning Balen tang’ tibuan
A sale ning santing, ning leguan at tindag;
Yan king capilan man,
Keti Capampangan larawan yang maslag
A e na mabating
A kislap nung wari king Tala ning Munag;
Modelu yang sucat
Taluntunan king bie ing dalan nang dilpac
Ban bucas, macadua
Atin pang anti’ya a lunsut king labuad!
PUNTO! CENTRAL LUZON • SEPTEMBER 25 - 26, 2013 • WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
O pinion
5
Landslide area isinailalim sa permanent danger zone
FROM PAGE 1
slide dahil wala ito sa talaan ng kanilang “hazard
map”.
Dugtong pa ng alkalde na nakakalbo ang
kagubatan bunga ng du-
madaming mga subdivision na itinatayo sa mga
kabundukan. Dumadami
na rin aniya ang population ng Subic kung kaya
ang ilan ay sa mga kabundukan na nagtatayo
ng bahay.
Nanawagan si Khonghun sa Department of
Environment and Natural Resources na huwag basta mag-issue ng
environment clearance
certificate t sa Department of Public Works
and Highways na hukayin ang mga ilog dahil
mababaw na ito at hindi na makayanan ang
pagdaloy na tubig baha
na may kasamang lahar
mula sa kabundukan.
Ayon naman kay
57 villages in Bataan affected...
FROM PAGE 1
the number of families and individuals and
those in evacuation centers.
David Jimenez, 75, of
Magsaysay in Dinalupihan town died of drowning and heart attack
during the height of the
floods Monday morning.
The MacArthur Highway from Balanga City
to the Layac junction in
Dinalupihan was no longer passable to light vehicles.
The Gapan-Olongapo Road in Layac was
not passable to all types
of vehicles. A few big
dumptrucks,
courtesy
of the provincial government of Bataan, served
as means of transportation for residents and
commuters going in and
out of Dinalupihan town
proper.
Layac is the entrance
to Olongapo City and
Zambales and exit to
Bataan, Pampanga and
Metro Manila.
Gov. Albert Garcia
has suspended classes
in all levels, both public
and private, in 11 towns
and one city in the province.
The governor also
cancelled the work of
Capitol employees, except those involved in
relief and rescue operations.
In Samal town, hard
hit was Barangay San
Juan where floodwaters rose to more than
seven feet. “Kailangan
ang mga rescuers dito,”
Abelardo Atienza, Bataan Morocycle Club president, appealed.
Apeco budget slashed by 80%
PUNTO! CENTRAL LUZON • SEPTEMBER 25 - 26, 2013 • WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
FROM PAGE 1
6
tained protest against
Apeco compelled legislators to reduce the budget
from the proposed P353
million to P 76 million.”
Pamalakaya
also
sought investigation into
the allegedly anomalous
use of some P300 million
funds allocated for the
project since 2007.
This, as Anakpawis
Partylist Rep. Fernando
Hicap sought “a comprehensive audit of the
more than P2 billion allocated for Apeco since
2007.”
Hicap cited specifically the alleged use
of some P300 million
Agricultural
Competitive Enhancement Fund
(ACEF) for Apeco, including P100 million was
used for the construction of Aurora State College of Technology and
P200 million for the Baler-Casiguran Road.
“It is illegal for Apeco to use ACEF money
since the fund was earmarked for farmers and
rural producers in Cen-
tral Luzon affected by
dumping of foreign agricultural products under
the World Trade Organization and neo-liberal
globalization,” he noted.
Salvador France, vice
chair of Pamalakaya who
attended the deliberation
on Apeco’s budget in the
House the other day,
said “ the budget slash
for Apeco was “a tactical
victory for us, but work is
not yet done, “
The P76 million would
just be enough for the
salaries and allowances
and other operating expenses of the controversial freeport facility under
Apeco,” he noted.
But Hicap said even
the P76-million Apeco budget should be rechanneled for relief and
rehabilitation efforts in
Casiguran and other affected municipalities battered by recent monsoon
rains and typhoons.
Pamalakaya
noted
that earlier, 300 farmers, indigenous people
and fisherfolk in Aurora
questioned before the
Supreme Court the con-
Police still clueless...
FROM PAGE 1
tween 4 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Friday.
Edejer’s nine-yearold son, who arrived
from school at around
5 p.m., was spared.
He and two friends
discovered the grisly
murders after climbing
the locked gate to gain
entry into the compound.
stitutionality of the laws
which created Apeco.
The group also cited
House Bill No. 257 filed
last year by partylist lawmakers under the Makabayan bloc composed
of Anakpawis, Bayan
Muna, Gabriela, Kabataan and Act Teachers as
being opposed to Apeco.
HB No. 257 insisted
that the Apeco project
establishing a freeport
“ushered in a new era of
landgrabbing and plunder of natural resources
to the detriment of indigenous people, farmers
and small fisherfolk in
Casiguran.”
The Supreme Court
earlier asked Senate
President Franklin Drilon
and House Speaker Feliciano Belmonte to comment on the petition filed
by Pamalakaya and other parties questioning
the constitutionality of
Apeco laws passed by
Congress to give way
to the establishment of
freeport zone in Casiguran, Aurora.
France, however, noted that both chambers
of Congress have so far
not submitted their comments.
“Under
Apeco,
Casiguran, composed of
more than 12,000 hectares of productive lands
and fishing communities
is being offered at the
altar of global landgrabbing and corporate plunder,” Pamalakaya said.
It noted that under
the Apeco program, only
105 hectares would remain for the local folk to
depend on.
In 2OO8, Republic
Act No. 9490 created
the Aurora Special Economic Zone (ASEZA) on
500 hectares of public
agricultural lands covering Barangays Esteves,
Dibet and Dibacong in
Casiguran.
A survey done for the
project, however, indicated that private lands
and farm lots awarded
to farmer beneficiaries
under the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform
Program (CARP) of the
government were among
those included in ASEZA’s coverage.
THINK
GREEN
CENRO-Olongapo Marife Castillo, hindi aniya
epekto ng illegal logging at quarrying ang
sanhi ng pagbaha, kundi ito aniya ay “uncontrolled occupation of our
uplands plus volume of
waters”.
Nabgbigay na din
ng 250 packs at karagdagang 1,000 packs pa
ang ibibigay ng Department of Social Welfare
and Development para
sa mga biktima ng pagbaha sa mga evacuation
center.
REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
REGIONAL TRIAL COURT
THIRD JUDICIAL REGION
BRANCH 65
Tarlac City
IN THE MATTER OF THE CORRECTION
OF THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE bearing
Registry No. 95-10669, registered under
The name DESIREE ANN VESTIDAS BACOLOD,
SPS. ANGELITO SOTTO BACOLOD and
GENELYN VESTIDAS BACOLOD,
Petitioners
-versus-
SPEC. PROC. NO. 5014
THE LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRY OF
TARLAC CITY,
Respondents.
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ORDER
Before the Court is a verified petition filed by the petitioner through
counsel, praying that after due notice, publication and hearing, JUDGMENT
BE RENDERED;
1) Ordering the amendment and correction of the Birth Certificate of
DESIREE ANN VESTIDAS BACOLOD, bearing Registry No. 95/10669 as
follows:
a) On box 6 (pertaining to the name of mother)the full Maiden name
of the child’s mother should be reflected
And amended from “JENNYLYN VESTIDAS” to GENELYN
VENERABLE VESTIDAS;
b) On box 18, the entry “January 28, 1994-Concepcion Tarlac”
should be deleted and the notation “not married” Should be
reflected.
2) Ordering the civil Registry of Tarlac City, to annotate, register and
record the amendment and correction on Birth Certificate bearing Registry
No. 95/10669.
Finding the petition to be sufficient in form and substance, the hearing
of the same is set on November 8, 2013 at 8:30 o’clock in the morning
at which date, time and place, all interested person may come and show
cause, if there be any why the petition should not be granted.
Let this Order be published at the expense of the petitioner once a
week for three (3) consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation
in the Province of Tarlac, Philippines.
Further, let copies of this petition be furnished to the Office of the
Solicitor General, National Statistics Office, Office of the Local Civil
Registrar of Tarlac City and the Office of the provincial Prosecutor.
SO ORDERED.
Tarlac City, September 9, 2013.
MA. MAGDALENA A. BALDERAMA
Judge
Punto! Central Luzon: September 25, October 2 & 9, 2013
REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
REGIONAL TRIAL COURT
THIRD JUDICIAL REGION
BRANCH 65
Tarlac City
IN RE:PETITION FOR THE CORRECTION
OF ENTRIES IN THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE
OF MEDAN FISCO AGDEPPA WITH REGISTRY
NO. 98-9812 ISSUED BY THE LOCAL CIVIL
REGISTRAR OF TARLAC CITY, TARLAC
JOSEFINA DURAN FISCO
Petitioner
-versusSPFC. PROC NO. 5006
THE LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR OF
TARLAC CITY TARLAC
Respondents.
x--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------x
ORDER
Before the Court is a verified petition filed by the petitioner through
counsel, praying that after due notice, publication and hearing, it is
respectfully prayed of this Honorable Court that:
(a) After notice and hearing an order be issued directing the Local
Civil Registrar of Tarlac City, Tarlac and the National Statistics
Office (NSO) to cause the correction of the entries in the birth
certificate of MEDAN FISCO AGDEPPA with Registry Number
98-9812 in particular the date and place of marriage of his
parents from October 7, 1993 to NONE or NOT APPLICABLE
(N/A);
(b) Other relief just and equitable are likewise prayed for.
Finding the petition to be sufficient in form and substance,the hearing
of the same is set on October 4, 2013 at 8:30o’clock in the morning at
which date, time and place, all interested person may come and show
cause, if there be any why the petition should not be granted.
Let this Order be published at the expense of the petitioner once a
week for three (3) consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation
in the Province of Tarlac, Philippines.
Further, let copies of this petition be furnished to the Oiffice of the
Solicitor General, National Statistics Office, Office of the Local Civil
Registrar of Tarlac City and the Office of the Provincial Prosecutor.
SO ORDERED.
Tarlac City, July 30, 2013.
MA. MAGDALENA A. BALDERAMA
JUDGE
PUNTO! Central Luzon: September 11, 18 & 25, 2013
The Gossipmiller
by Cesar Pambid
May pasabog ang Sunday All Stars
Julie Ann San Jose pinapangarap na makatambal
sina Aljur Abrenica at Tom Rodriguez
KAHIT NA tinanggal sa cast ng Dormitoryo si Julie Ann San Jose, siya naman ang ginawang bida “Kahit
Nasaan Ka Man”. It’s meant to be her reunion with “Party Pilipinas” ka-love team, Elmo Magalona, but
Elmo declined, just like what he did when he was being included in “Sunday All Stars.” What did she feel
when she was paired with Kristoffer Martin instead?
“Okay naman po siya,” she says. “We first did the music video of my song ‘I’ll Be There’ as a duet
at ang bilis niyang nakuha nang tama ang kanta. First primetime show ko po so I’m very excited about
it siyempre, ninenerbiyos din dahil bago ang tambalan namin ni Kristoffer. Mas nasanay ‘yung fans na
nakikita ako with Elmo.”
So why did Elmo beg off from the show? “I really don’t know at ayoko ring magtanong. Hindi naman
siguro ako ang dahilan. Whatever his reason might be, let’s all just respect it. Hindi rin naman siguro
magiging issue sa viewers na Kristoffer is really on with Joyce Ching off cam. Alam naman nilang we’re
just playing our respective roles in the show. I think I’ll learn a lot from Kristoffer kasi he has more
experience than me when it comes to acting at nanalo na siya ng acting award for his movie, ‘Oros’. Alam
kong marami rin akong matututuhan sa senior co-stars naming sina Ronaldo Valdez, Tessie Tomas, Rita
Avila, Eula Valdes, Yayo Aguila and Michael de Mesa na puro veterans na sa larangan ng acting. And I’m
willing to learn from all of them.”
“Kahit Saan Ka Man” will really be a test case for her. If it would click, then that means viewers accept
her not only as a singer but also as an actress. There’s a possibility she
might star in other TV dramas later on. Who among current Kapuso
actors would she like to be paired with in the future?
“Sana sina Aljur Abrenica and Tom Rodriguez kasi, like
Kristoffer, they’re also both good singers. Mas makaka-relate
siguro ako sa leading man ko kung nakakakanta rin siya.”
How about the rumor that she told GMA she doesn’t want
to be paired with Alden Richards after their alleged aborted
romance? “Ay, wala pong ganun. I don’t want to go into the
details of what happened between us. Siya na lang ang
tanungin nyo. Civil naman kami when we see each other sa
‘Sunday All Stars’.” ng Kahit Nasaan Ka Man.
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Heart Evangelista swears she
was never on with Sid Lucero
HINDI NAMAN daw sumama ang loob ni Heart
Evangelista kahit na nagtagal bago siya nabigyan
ng project sa GMA 7.
“Marami rin kasi akong ibang ginagawa, like ‘I
Bilib’ with Chris Tiu and ‘Sunday All Stars’, then I’m
shooting a new movie, ‘My Trophy Wife’, and Viva
says I’ll start another one right after this, ‘Eternally’,
so okay lang na hindi ako busy taping a soap,” sabi
niya.
She’s now paired anew in ‘Magkano ang Pag-big
Mo’, which replaces “Maghihintay Sa Iyo”, with Sid
Lucero who was linked to her when they did ‘Legacy’
on primetime. Didn’t her beau Sen. Chiz Escudero
get jealous?
“No. When it comes to our work, we don’t
meddle with each other. Walang problema kahit
na-link sa’kin ang bagong kapareha ko. He knows
Sid and I just dated but never na naging kami as
I was not ready then for a new relationship. He
understands my line of work and is just very
supportive. Hindi lang naman ako kay Sid
reunited in ‘Magkano ang Pag-ibig Mo’, but
also with Alex de Rossi na nakasama
rin namin sa ‘Legacy’ and with Isabel
Oli na kasama ko naman sa ‘Forever’,
kaya happy kami sa set.”
She’s also glad that whatever
differences she has had with her parents have been
patched up. “We’re okay now. My relationship with
my parents is important to me. Life is short so
you should be in good terms with your parents.
As of now, basta tanggap na nila ang pagiging
independent ko.” Ang Kwento ni Mabuti for
one week, the only film out of 8 entries na
nabigyan ng extension dahil na rin sa laging
soldout ang screening nito.
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Insidious Chapter 2 (PG13)
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Heart Evangelista
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PUNTO! CENTRAL LUZON • SEPTEMBER 25 - 26, 2013 • WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
KUNG SI Alden Richards ay magbabawas ng paghuhubad sa Sunday All Stars, si Aljur Abrenica ay hindi
magdadamot basta kinakailangan sa mga production numbers. “E kanya kanya po tayong desisyon,”
aniya at nirerespeto niya ang desisyon ni Alden.
Basta tuwing Sunday may kanya-kanya raw silang pasabog lalo’t may search ngayon na Best Kapuso
All- Star Dance Crew. Magpapatalbugan na naman sila ni Mark Herras.
Folk dance ang itatampok ng Instagang na kung saan ay si Mark Herras ang Team Leader kung saan
kasama sina Sam Pinto, Andrea Torres, Jake Vargas, Yassi Pressman, Julian Trono, LJ Reyes, Julie Anne
San Jose, Frencheska Farr at Christian Bautista.
Binubuo naman ng Tropang Trending, with Team Leader Jay-R sina Enzo Pineda, Kristoffer Martin,
Aljur Abrenica, Kris Bernal, Max Collins, Jonalyn Viray, Rita De Guzman and Rochelle Pangilinan.
Makakasama nila ang Pinoy pride, internationally-recognized hip-hop dance crew, Philippine All-Stars
Croon and swoon, hop and bop the Contemporary Jazz way with Ligang iLike naman ang ipapakita
ng grupo na ang team leader ay si Kyla kasama sina Winwyn Marquez, Mark Bautista, Steven Silva, Derrick Monasterio, Aicelle Santos, Kylie Padilla, Diva Montelaba at Barbie Forteza.
Pasa Doble, Argentine Tango, Salsa, Samba and Jive, all in one classy production number ang pasabog
ng TweetHearts with Team Leader Alden Richards.Kasama rin sina Maricris Garcia, Rodjun Cruz, Aira
Bermudez, Louise delos Reyes, Sef Cadayona, Kris Lawrence, Ruru Madrid at Rachelle Ann Go.
Mapanonood din ang mga lead stars ng mga bagong serye ng GMA sa SAS gaya nina Aljur Abrenica,
LJ Re- yes at Kris Bernal sa Prinsesa ng Buhay Ko na magsisimula ngayong September 23.
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Pampanga, The Jewels”
are CCEI’s latest and
newest bungalow series
that glitter for the family which dreams to live
comfortably away from
the stress and hustle of
the urban jungle.
The Jewels is the
best and right choice for
you, a home that is a real
possession desired by
generation after generation. With quality, style
and affordability, The
Jewels by The lakeshore
is the newest living concept that combines the
residential needs of old
and new homemakers,
as the bungalow of your
dreams stay’s true to
timeless charm and value.
A majestic Jewel of
your choice starts from
1,700,000 for a 125
square meter bungalow
with two bedrooms and
one bath, to P2,900,000
for a prime 200 square
meter unit with three
bedrooms, two toilets
and baths and a maid’s
Model house
room with toilet and bath.
Each unit offers a
spacious and cozy layout where the family is
closer to each other.
The Italian-Mediterranean inspired Onyx,
Pearl, Ruby, Sapphire,
Topaz bungalows have
been masterfully designed by Urban Planner
Architech Nestor Mangio
and Company, for those
seeking a respite, retirement or looking for a
home to live life’s fullest
with nature in the background.
Your hunt for your
dream house ends with
The Jewels. Behold life’s
treasures and come
home to The Jewels by
The lakeshore.
For more of The Jewels by The lakeshore,
call 045- 455- 111, 045436- 1019 and 02- 7259518 or log on to www.
lakeshore.com.ph