Hazel Andrea-Stuart, an international documentarist, who already counts with five international awards, recently filmed the Monfort Vermi-Culture Plant of sugar planter Ildefonso “Nonong” Monfort which is situated in Cadiz City.
Her major objective in the production of this video presentation is to focus attention and awareness on the viability of setting up such plants so that farmers all over the country can shift from the use of commercial fertilizers to organic fertilizers.
That the use of organic fertilizers, most especially vermi castings can effectively rejuvenate farm soils and restore all the micro elements which have been severely depleted, through the use of commercial fertilizers, though the years.
Hazel Stuart with Cushi, her pet dog filming European Night Crawlers. In the picture is Nonong Monfort, Mrs. Baba M. Coscolluela, Jein Pabalinas and Santiago Tadifa.*
Hazel Andrea-Stuart was born in Kent, England and was member of the BBC Singers, serving on their Solo Singing Panels for both classical and light music. She has been soloist in all the major concert halls of London, performing with such conductors as Pierre Boulez, sir Colin Davis and Malcolm Arnold.
FOR POSTERITY. (Seated, L-R) Hazel Stuart with pet dog Cushi and Santiago Tadifa; (Standing, L-R) Malou M. Ascalon, Baba M. Coscolluela, Tony Monfort, Nonong Monfort, Jein Pabalinas and WHO Streegan.*
Badminton players from Negros Occidental begun their trip to Maasin City in Leyte for the 2013 Batang Pinoy-Visayas Leg scheduled September 24-28.
Cadiz City badminton teams off to Maasin City, Leyte yesterday en route Cebu for the 2013 Batang Pinoy-Visayas Leg scheduled September 24-28.*
The Cadiz City-Jaguar Badminton Academy and the Association of Barangay Captains Team – JBA headed by Jordan Sun sailed to Leyte yesterday en route Cebu to take part for the 5-day competition.
Consisting the Cadiz-JBA include Kerr Longno and Kennith Caracena for the 15U boys; Mitzi Joy Sun, Jacquelyn Pantoja, Asia Demasu-ay and May Palmares for the 15U girls; Mark Steven Openiano, Clarrence Villaflor, Danz Andrew Villanueva and Lance Aguila for 13U boys; and Dennis Agudo, Phoebe Villaflor, Sophia Loren Betita and Trisha Lhey Echavez for the 13U girls.
Independent local artists of Cadiz City Jude Pineda, Rusty Quiatchon, and JR Ledesma opened a group art exhibit last Saturday at Antonio’s Restaurant, fronting Cadiz City Park.
Titled "Tinabu-ay", the exhibit showcased collective art pieces ranging from Social Realism to adaptations of world class paintings, photographs from newspapers and magazines.
The art exhibit aims to fortify awareness and revive the people’s love for the arts and culture.
The Creative Journey Events and Travels is sponsoring the online voting for the Mr. and Ms. Creative Journey of the search for Mr. and Ms. UNO-R 2013.
The online voting on the social networking of Facebook has started last September 2, 2013 and will culminate tomorrow, September 10.
The candidates’ photos are posted at the official fan page of The Creative Journey. A candidate’s photo that gets the most "likes" will be declared as the Mr. and Ms. Creative Journey.
Who’s horny now? NDB’s webmaster Jein "Batman" Pabalinas with the very strange papaya with horns in Cadiz.*
The body of a Cadiznon was fished out of Talaban Creek in Cadiz City about 5:30PM, Monday.
Police identified the victim as Ronilo Bacalla Jr. alias Toto Benot, 46, of Purok Baybay in Brgy. Daga.
By NUP Helen R. Benedicto
A 32-year-old sugarcane farm worker and his 62-year-old father were arrested Wednesday by Cadiz City policemen led by their chief, Superintendent Gerardo Ulanday, with Senior Inspector Gil John Despi and the Warrant and Subpoena’s SPO2 Ramil Amit, SPO1 Marbert Veloso, PO3 Renante Billones and PO2 Juvy Javier, for sexually abusing a 14-year-old girl in Cadiz.
Paulo Autencio, the victim’s mother’s common law partner and his father, Norberto Autencio, both residents of Hda.
Panambo, Brgy. Caduha-an, Cadiz were collared at a waiting shed in the barangay by virtue of warrant of arrest for rape issued by Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 60 Judge Renato Muñez, who recommended no bail.
Old grudges and misunderstanding between two Cadiznons are being investigated by local police authorities that lead to a stabbing incident about 5:45AM, Wednesday.
Police identified the victim as Rudy Manonag, 52, of Purok Balod, Brgy. Mabini who succumbed to multiple stab wounds in the body allegedly inflicted by Vicente Caberte, also of the same place.
Caberte remains at large while probers are in pursuit of the suspect.
Meanwhile, a pre-school teacher in Cauayan lodged a complaint before the town’s police station that unidentified persons forcibly entered the school room at about 8AM, Wednesday.
Investigators of Sagay City Police Station are in pursuit of the suspects who shot a resident of Cadiz City dead while attending revelry about 3:20AM, Sunday at Sitio Sawmill, Himuga-an Baybay in the City.
Police report identified the victim as Welden Sanchez, 26, of Purok San Pedro, Villa Barelia, Brgy. Zone 2, Cadiz City succumbed to multiple gunshot wounds on the chest and left leg inflicted by a group of persons who were involved in a commotion earlier.
Initial investigation said, Sanchez was with his friends attending revelry and in a drinking spree when a commotion occurred inside the dance hall of Himuga-an Baybay. The group decided to leave the area so as not to get involved. However, the skirmish continued outside the hall and one of the suspects approached Sanchez and shot the victim dead.
Mayor Juliet Marie D. Ferrer of La Carlota City was recently elected Deputy Public Relations officer (PRO) (2013-2016) for the Visayas during the National Convention of the League of Cities of the Philippines (LCP) held on July 18-19, 2013 at the Crown Plaza Hotel, Quezon City.