NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

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Notice is hereby given that JOSE S. LAYSON, JR. of 327 Ocie Way, Hayward, CA 94541 was died on January 11, 2014 at Alameda Hospital, Alameda California, USA, at the age of 74 due to cardiac arrest. This was attested by the Certificate of Death issued by Alameda County Health Care Services Agency, Public Health Department, state of California under No. 000968753 dated January 22, 2014.

October 26, Nov. 2 and 9, 2014 

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AFFIDAVIT OF SELF-ADJUDICATION

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Notice is hereby given that the estate left by the late ALFREDO M. ABAOAG, who died intestate on August 7, 2001, intestate in Philippine Heart Center East Ave., Quezon City, consisting of a parcel of land located in Brgy. San Vicente, San Jacinto, Pangasinan, containing an area of 4,484 sq. meters, more or less, declared under Tax Decl. No. 001, is the subject of self-adjudication by the only heir ANGELITA A. PIOQUINTO, under Doc. No. 69; Page No. 15; Book No. III; Series of 2014 under Notary Public Atty. Gerald M. Tabadero.

October 26, Nov. 2 and 9, 2014 

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DEED OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL PARTITION WITH SALE

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Notice is hereby given that the estate left by the late PEDRO ESCORPIZO and CELESTINA MERIALES, who died intestate on July 14, 2000 and July 14, 2005, consisting of a parcel of land situated at City of Dagupan, containing an area of 200 square meters, more or less, covered by TCT No. 60148 of the Land Registry of Dagupan City,  is the subject of extrajudicial partition with sale in favor of EVANGELINE C. EVANGELISTA, under Doc. No. 222; Book No. 46; Page No. 46; Page No. 14; Series of 2013, under Notary Public Atty. Antonio V. Tiong.

October 26, Nov. 2 and 9, 2014 

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EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH ABSOLUTE SALE

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Notice is hereby given that the estate left by the late SPS. LEONARDA P. YMASA and FILOMENO T. YMASA, who both died intestate on April 3, 2010 and Dec. 10, 2010, respectively, consisting of a parcel of land situated at Alacan, San Fabian, Pangasinan, containing an area of 29,899 sq.m., more or less, covered by TCT No. 235033, is the subject of extrajudicial settlement  by the heirs, with absolute sale in favor of  SPS. ROBERT L and MA. TERESA M. BIAGTAN that certain 223 sqmts, and DELIA LAVANDIA, that certain 300 sqmtrs from the share of Jaime P. Ymasa, and LOURDES S. YMASA, that certain 361 sqmtrs, Adonis Mendez, 47 sqmtrs, and Delia Y. Saclayan that certain 245 sqmtrs from the share of Antonino P. Ymasa, under Doc. No. 419; Page No. 85; Book No. VI; Series of 2014, under Notary Public Atty.  Antonio V. Tiong.

October 26, Nov. 2 and 9, 2014 

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SP Frontpage October 19, 2014 issue

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PUNCHITERIA

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Editorial Cartoon

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Editorial

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Who’s reading?

WHEN was the last you saw a student reading a book, a newspaper, or a magazine in his or her comfort zone outside of the school? In all probability, the chances of seeing one in a day today is practically nil.

The fact is today’s generation of students is seeing a sharp decline in their reading habits compared to the baby-boomer generation of last whose majority were voracious readers of books and newspapers. This contributed largely to the continuing decline in the country’s literacy rate and for too long, the government and the education sector have ignored this malady. While technology has expanded opportunities for information to be disseminated, it has not helped promote reading as a habit in any community.
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Punchline

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Another “wrong mistake”

EFG

By Ermin Garcia Jr.

 

THE PNP’s decision to finally lift the suspension of the permit to carry outside of residence (PTCFOR) can only be viewed as a correction of a “wrong mistake” of the PNP leadership ordering the suspension, and therefore, welcomed.

The suspension was evidently a knee jerk reaction of ranking PNP officials that many suspect was also influenced by politics. To this day, in spite of the statistics shown by the PNP provincial office, there is no proven correlation of the suspension to the decrease in the number of shooting incidents involving firearms. Why the PNP refused to take full credit for its touted intensified campaign against loose firearms and checkpoints that resulted in lower incidence of crimes involving firearms, I simply cannot comprehend.
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Think about it

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The kind of hotel Dagupan needs these days

Jun Velasco

By Jun Velasco

 

“Courage consists not in hazarding without fear, but being resolutely minded in a just cause,” Plutarch

 

SOMETHING funny happened to this column last week.

Our neighbor columnist/friend Gonzalo Duque called up to say he too was looking thru all the pages of the Punch for the continuation of our Page 4 item to no avail. Ditto with several “fans” of this corner.

But those familiar with the job (newspaper publishing) and our pretty editorial assistant Jocelyn understand. We quickly told publisher Ermin “mag-erratum na lang.”

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