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Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines Wednesday, April 6, 2011
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PANAAD. Entertainment continues at the 18th Panaad sa Negros Festival in Barangay Mansilingan, Bacolod City, that ends Saturday*

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Rotarians eye suit
vs. Cebu Pacific


Rotarians are planning to file charges against Cebu Pacific for breach of the contract of carriage, Juliana Carbon, former Rotary Club of Bacolod Central president, said yesterday.

“The District 3850 Rotarians are contemplating to file a class suit against Cebu Pacific for the shabby treatment  they got from the ground employees and agents” of  Cebu Pacific, Carbon, who is also a lawyer and the  general manager of the Bacolod City Water District, said at a press conference.

The DAILY STAR tried to get Cebu Pacific’s side through its public relations people but as of press time they had no reply.moremoremore

Sinajon installed
as OIC of 3rd ID

CAMP MACARIO PERALTA, Capiz – It was a “show of force” yesterday for members of the Philippine Military Academy Class 1978, who welcomed and bade  farewell  to the incoming and outgoing commanders of the Army’s 3rd Infantry Division.

Brig. Gen. Pedro Ramon Sinajon, a member of PMA Class 1978, was installed yesterday by his mistah, Army vice-commander Maj. Gen. Romeo Lustestica, as the general officer-in-charge of the 3rd Infantry Division.

Sinajon replaced Maj. Gen. Vicente Porto, who also belongs to PMA Class 78, who bowed out yesterday from the military service after reaching the mandatory age retirement of 56.moremoremore

58 facing eviction
seek mayor’s aid

Fifty-eight of the original 76 squatter families occupying a private lot in Purok Masinulondon, Brgy. Punta Taytay, Bacolod City, whose houses are set for demolition Friday are seeking the help of Mayor Evelio Leonardia, Vice Mayor Jude Thaddeus Sayson said yesterday.

In a letter to Leonardia, dated April 1, they said they hope that the mayor could provide them with a relocation site near the place where their homes are now so their livelihood and their children’s schooling will not be affected.

They are asking to be relocated to a public lot in Purok Bayanihan.moremoremore

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