Archive for November, 1980

Ordinances vs. trawlers eyed

Ordinances vs. trawlers eyed4 EX-SOLONS, 59 OTHERS IN BOMBING-CONSPIRACYClaim barrio kits are overpricedUAAP meet opens Dec. 42 die, 9 hurt; PC bans armsTo relocate mart shantiesFishery teams draft model ordinances to combat trawl fishingSearch is on for girl scouts’ Miss Ruby Jubilee YearUB has 14...

Bidder defends Engr. Lagura

Bidder defends Engr. LaguraGOV’T TO FILE SUIT VS. RP OFFICIALS IN U.S.Rob suspects under custodyOrder probe of drivers, workersCPDB favors burial area hikeSuppliers’s rep says transactions are covered by documentsThe World Bank: what it does and howExams for nurses going abroad setChrist the King observed...

Engineer bares illegal deals

Engineer bares illegal dealsAMERICAN BOMBING TRAINER IDENTIFIEDTrawl fishing decree missingIBP to plead for detaineesNew irrigation in InabangaProvince-wide racket feared to link some government officialsGen. Evidente stresses hike in production, self-relianceDivision meet opens TuesdayNew Kiwanettes officers sworn6 Boholanos head regional brigadesUnited Way educational & fund drive...

Minister Leido arrives today

Minister Leido arrives todayTyphoon Aring toll: 25 dead, 40,000 homeless, P450M property lossesWorld Bank ok’s industrial estate40th US PresidentPAL opens L.A. service Dec. 17To inaugurate first aquaculture center; fishers seek new decreeOfficials extol Garcia virtuesGiven suupport, these two boys can win more honorsPC to register...

Suspect falls in robbery case

Suspect falls in robbery caseCPG birthday on TuesdayFM RETIRES GENERAL NARCISE; AZADA NAMEDCPG bithday on TuesdayGen. Evidente to assess BLISS12 DWC studes pass CPA test11th irrigation project in TalibonSix others still subject of man-hunt by PC – police posseVeterans to relieve wartime memories during reunionCoop...