Friday, November 29, 2013

Woman shoots, kills daughter, mistook her as boyfriend


A woman shot and killed her daughter after mistakenly identifying her as her boyfriend, police said Tuesday.

Investigators said the incident started with a domestic dispute that broke out between Adele Paula Bing, 52, of Winter Haven, Florida in the United States and her boyfriend, James Lane, 39 on Monday afternoon.

Police said Bing pistol-whipped her boyfriend in the head during their fight, sending him to a hospital. Before he left the house, he allegedly warned his girlfriend that he will come back and kill her.

Later at night, when someone started knocking, "banging and kicking on her front door," Bing, who was "still upset" about a "heated argument" with Lane, had "a baseball bat in her left hand and a .22-caliber pistol in her right hand" when she opened the door.

As she was opening the door, she accidentally discharged her pistol and found out it was her 25-year-old daughter Ruby Bing on the other side. She was with her 4-month-old baby.

Ruby Bing died on the scene while the baby was not injured.

Witnesses said Mrs. Bing cradled her bleeding daughter and cried "Baby girl, don't die."

She was charged of second degree murder and child abuse and is being jailed in the Polk County in the said state.

[via Reyn's Room]

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Mister International 2013 Results: Gil Wagas is 4th Runner Up

Top 6 (left to right): 3rd RU Gans Briseno of Mexico, 1st RU Albern Sultan of Indonesia, Mr. International 2013 Jose Anmer Paredes of  Venezuela, 2nd RU Jhonathan Marko of Brazil, 4th RU Gil Wagas of the Philippines and 5th RU Antonin Berenek of Czech Republic (Photo credit: Global Beauties) 
 The Top 6 of Mister International 2013
Male pageants had also been a boom one after the other, this year, the Mister International 2013 in Jakarta Indonesia saw the crowning of Jose Anmer Paredes, representing Venezuela and succeeding Mister International 2012 Ali Hammoud and defeating good looking men from all corners of the globe.
The Philippine bet, Gil Wagas was this year's 4th Runner Up.
Complete Results:
MISTER INTERNATIONAL 2013 - Anmer Paredes (Venezuela)
1st Runner Up - Albern Sultan (Indonesia)
2nd Runner Up - Jhonathan Marko (Brazil)
3rd Runner Up - Gans Briseno (Mexico)
4th Runner Up - Gil Wagas (Philippines)
5th Runner Up - Antonin Berenek (Czech Republic) 

Freddie Aguilar, girlfriend married after Freddie converts to Islam

 



Freddie Aguilar had converted to Muslim to marry 16 year old girlfriend, Jovie Gatdula.

Freddie, now known as Abdul Faried married his girlfriend in Muslim rights, with Maguinadanao Governor Esmael Mangundadatu as one of the Principal Sponsors. Gatdula is Aguilar's 4th wife, with Aguilar having a total of 6 kids with his former wives.

They were married last November 22, a week before the girl turns 17. 

13th Month Pay: Build your Emergency Fund

Writing this post in News Bits Online since the last two months of the year is often dedicated to13th Month Pay and Christmas Bonus. Well, it is a bit of a happy feeling to get to buy something for yourself, but the practical idea for Christmas Bonus is do you really need to buy it? Furthermore, do your gifts need to be extra extravagant?

Building your Emergency Fund is a way for your 13th month/Christmas Bonus is a way for your bonus not to completely disappear, so you will eventually have savings for the rainy day. It does not have to be that big, but you can start little by little.

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Miss Grand International 2013: Puerto Rico wins, Philippines is 3rd Runner Up

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Top 5 of Miss Grand International 2013, From (L-R): Philippines, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Slovak Republic and Australia
The inaugural edition of Miss Grand International 2013 happened last November 19, 2013 at the Impact Arena in Bangkok Thailand where Janelee Chapparo of Puerto Rico was hailed as the first Miss Grand International. Her court includes: Chantel Martinez (Dominican Republic) as 1st Runner Up, 2nd Runner Up Denisa Paseciakova of Slovak Republic, 3rd Runner Up Ali Forbes of the Philippines and 4th Runner Up Kelly Louise Maguire of Australia.

Monday, November 18, 2013

Danny Ildefonso as a Coach?

 

With his name not submitted in the Philippine Cup lineup of Petron Blaze Boosters, 2 time MVP Danny Ildefonso reportedly is offered a coaching job to continue mentoring the big men of the only team he played for in his 14 year career.

Ildefonso, on his part is determined to talk to the San Miguel management, who reportedly had his number in his GMA Sports interview where he had talked about SMB trades and the things that happened during the last 3 years. He has not signed a playing contract but still attends Petron Blaze workouts where he continues to mentor "The Kraken" June Mar Fajardo.


Is Korina suspended or on vacation?



Is Korina suspended or on vacation?

The topnotch anchor's last appearance was last Thursday, November 14 where she was reporting directly from Tacloban as a response to the dare of Anderson Cooper to see for herself what has happened.

More here: http://ph.omg.yahoo.com/blogs/omgphnewsblog/korina-suspension-puts-spotlight-abs-cbn-022532460.html 

 

Monday, November 11, 2013

Meet Miss Universe 2013: Maria Gabriela Isler

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A new Miss Universe has been named. 
Venezuela's Gabriela Isler bested out 85 other ladies and was hailed as Miss Universe 2013 last November 9, 2013 from the Crocus City Hall in Moscow, Russia. She is the 7th Venezuelan to get the crown for her country in Miss Universe History.
She would be having a year of a lifetime and will be based in the Trump Towers with Miss USA Erin Brady in New York.

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Help Typhoon Yolanda Victims

Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)
Address: NAIA Chapel Road, Pasay City (at the back of CAAP)
Bank accounts for cash/check donations:
-Landbank of the Philippines Account numbers:
--Current: 3122-1011-84
--Savings: 3124-0055-81
*Contact Fe Catalina Ea - 09186281897
*Repacking of relief goods ongoing at DSWD-NROC, Pasay City. Interested volunteers can call 8512681 to schedule.

The Philippine Red Cross
Hotline: 143
Trunkline: 527-0000
*You may also SMS donations by texting REDAMOUNT to 2899 (Globe) or 4143 (Smart)
Bank accounts for Donations:
Banco De Oro
Peso: 00-453-0018647
Dollar: 10-453-0039482
Metrobank
Peso: 151-3-041631228
Dollar: 151-2-15100218-2
Philippine National Bank
Peso: 3752 8350 0034
Dollar: 3752 8350 0042
Unionbank of the Philippines
Peso: 1015 4000 0201
Dollar: 1315 4000 0090
All Check/Cash for the account of Philippine Red Cross (Swift Codes)
Banco De Oro
BNORPHMM
Bank of the Philippine Islands
BOPIPHMM
Metrobank
MBTCPHMM
Philippine National Bank
-PNBMPHMM
Unionbank of the Philippines
-UBPHPHMM
Please fax the bank transaction slip at nos. +63.2.527.0575 or +63.2.404.0979 with your name, address and contact number for your donations to be properly acknowledged.
Other ways to donate can be found here.

World Vision (international Christian humanitarian, development and relief organization)
Donor hotline: 372-7777 or visit their website

World Food Programme Philippines
Donations can be made via credit card or Pay Pal
Check their website here.

Operation Walang Iwanan - Gawad Kalinga
Gawad Kalinga Philippine Peso Current Account number: 3101 0977 56 BPI EDSA Greenhills
Gawad Kalinga US$ Savings Account number: 3104 0162 34 BPI EDSA Greenhills
(Swift code: BOPIPHMM)
Other addresses:
*Los Baños & UPLB USC are accepting donations of relief packages and cash.
--Contact persons: Cyrill at 0926-3419140 or Rohanne at 0915-4490589
*Maxximiler Warehouse, Fastcargo Logistics Corp, Lapus Norte, Iloilo
*The Mango Tree Restaurant, Guzman Street, Mandurriao, Iloilo City
--Cash donations:
---Bank: BPI Lapaz Branch
---Account Name: Gawad Kalinga Community Development Foundation Inc.
---Account Number: 1471000325
*Other ways to donate can be seen here.

ABS-CBN Sagip Kapamilya
Pledge lines: (02) 411-0183, 411-0182, 411-0115
*Other was to donate can be seen here.

Ayala Foundation's Laging Handa Fund
*Check their website here.

ShelterBox
ShelterBox is an international disaster relief charity that provides emergency shelter and life-saving supplies to families around the world who are affected by disasters. Donations for victims of Typhoon Yolanda are welcome through its website.

De La Salle University's Center for Social Concern and Action (DLSU-COSCA)
DLSU-COSCA is accepting web-based donations from overseas individuals via GlobalGiving.com.
Credit and debit card donations accepted.
Address: COSCA Office 2nd Floor, Br Connon Hall, DLSU Manila
Contact Joseph Rosal, Coordinator for Community Engagement, COSCA at 525-4267 or local 147 or 0922-8992558

Caritas Filipinas Foundation
Check this link.

Victory
Victory is accepting donations online.

Save the Children
Here is Save the Children's website for your donations.

Unicef
Unicef's website also allows online transactions.

The 1000 Bear Hugs Project
This organization accepts huggable-sized toys for children in Tacloban from November 8 to December 9. Drop-off points for pre-loved toys will be announced on their Twitter profile shortly.
Email: 1000bearhugs@gmail.com
Contact person: Mon Corpuz at 0917-796-1378

UP Diliman Student Council
Address: New CHK gym, UP Diliman
Contact person: Alex Castro at 0917-8725396
Twitter account: @uscupdiliman

The Dream Project Philippines
Address: RFM Corporate Center, Pioneer cor. Sheridan Street, Mandaluyong City
Contact person: Prim Paypon at 09088100424

Tulong Kabataan
UP System, UP Office of the Student Regent
Drop-off point: Vinzon's Hall, UP Diliman, Quezon City
Contact persons: Eds at 0927-3841392 or Zie 0916-7965740
Phi Yolanda Relief Operations of Phi Kappa Mu Fraternity and Phi Lambda Delta Sorority
Address: UP Manila, Pagkalma Park, UP College of Medicine, Pedro Gil St., Malate, Manila
Contact persons: Miko at 0917-5129144 or Gela 0927-7029488
Twitter account: @PhiLambdaDelta1

Tulong Tomasino
Twitter account: @USTCSC
Ateneo De Manila Disaster Response and Management Team
Details on how to donate here.
Contact numbers: (632) 426-6001 locals 4051, 4054, 4099

Dakila's Ride and Rock Relief
They call on artists, cyclists, and individuals willing to donate their talent, time, and relief goods to drop by on November 10, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Address: My Little Arts Place, 222 Wilson St., San Juan City, Metro Manila
Contact number: 435-4309

TindogTacloban
Drop-off points for donations:
VCF Alabang - 4th Floor Filinvest Wing, Festival Supermall, Alabang, Muntinlupa City
VCF Fort - 32nd Street corner University Parkway Bonifacio Global City
Contact person: Joey Hernandez at 347-3975
Operation Blessing Philippines
Address: E. Rodriguez Ave. C5 Road cor. Corporal Cruz Bagong Ilog, Pasig City
Contact numbers: 477-7802 to 04 or 0917-5812603
De La Salle Santiago Zobel
Drop-off points: Gate 2, 3, and 7 of the campus.
Contact persons: Mr. Jayjay Jacinto at 0917-8597602 or Ms. Evangeline De Peralta at 0917-5638870
For cash donations:
-Account Name: De La Salle Santiago Zobel School
--Bank: Union Bank of the Philippines, Ayala Alabang Village
--Peso Account: 0180-3000-6691
--US Dollar Account: 0181-0100-9418
Note: Send a scanned copy of the deposit slip to lesacasr@dlszobel.edu.ph orjacintojn@dlszobel.edu.ph for proper acknowledgment.

Citizen's Disaster Response Center
Address: 72-A Times St., West Triangle Homes, Quezon City
Contact number: 929-9820

Mu Sigma Phi Relief Operations of the UP College of Medicine
Contact persons: Eman at 0925-8843050 or Billy at 0927-5711017/0922-5356100
Cash donations:
-Account name: Mu Sigma Phi Relief Operations
-Bank: Philippine National Bank (PNB) – PGH Branch
-Account number: 504259500015
-Swift Code: PNBMPHMM
-Routing # 01008-0081

St. Michael's Church at The Fort
Address: 39th Street, North Bonifacio Triangle, Bonifacio Global City

AWANA Organization Philippines
Address: 35-A Scout Tobias Street, Brgy Laging Handa in Quezon City
Contact person: Jennifer Jansalin at (02) 376-5688 or 0928-8531693
Cash donations:
-Bank: BPI Family Bank (E. Rodriguez-Broadway Branch)
-Peso Current Account Number: 6871-0015-86
-Dollar Current Account Number: 6874-0059-22
-Swift: BOPIPHMM

ETYSBM Student Council of Mapua Institute of Technology
Address: Gil Puyat Ave, Makati City
Contact person: Angeline Bernardino at 0915-4469715 or Edgar Aquino 0905-1492319

Santuario de San Antonio Church
Address: 3117 McKinley Road, Forbes Park, Makati T
Contact number: (632) 843-8830 to 31

Air21
*Free door-to-door pick-up of relief goods on Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Hotline: 854-2100
Twitter: @Air21ph

Tulong Kabataan Relief Drive
Addresses:
Kabataan Partylist HQ- #5 Palosapis St., Brgy Amihan, Proj 3, Quezon City
CEGP National Office- 37-C Yale St., Cubao, Quezon City
LFS HQ- 1650 Sisa St., Sampaloc Karatula Up, Manila

Give a Drop of Love, CFC Foundation, Inc. WWP
Address: Apartelle 12, Starmall Complex, EDSA cor. Shaw Blvd., Madaluyong City
Contact person: Anna Arcaya at 718-2213 or 0923-5838577
Cash donations:
-Bank: BPI Mandaluyong Branch
-Dollar: 0184-0279-84
-Peso: 0181-0504-89
Note: Fax your deposit slip to (02) 718-2213

St. Scholastica's College
Address: 2560 Leon Guinto St., Manila, located behind DLS-College of St. Benilde.
Cash/check donations:
Account name: St. Scholastica's College Manila
Bank: BDO account number 4580-000-210
Email your transaction receipts to lizaban2@gmail.com for proper acknowledgment.

Lingap Gabriella Manila
Address: 35 Scout Delgado St., Brgy. Laging Handa or 25 K-10th Street, West Kamias, Quezon City
Contact number: 374-3451
Twitter: @gabrielaphils

The MVP Tulong Kapatid Center
Address: Meralco Covered Tennis Court, Meralco Compound, Ortigas, Pasig City
Contact person: Eds Addun at 0939-9133771 or 632-8301
Tarabanagan, Tara Bangon of the Bicol University (CU) College of Science Extension Office
Address: G/F BU College of Science Building 2, Legazpi City
Contact persons:
-Jonathan Jaime Guerrero - 0917-5928610
-John Jervie Alcera- 0917-9270262
-Mellie Morcozo - 0915-3161527

Isla Verde, Batangas
Drop-off point: Meralco Site, Kumintang, Ilaya through Brgy.Captain Arnold E. Briton
Contact person: Briton at 0910-8843334


UP Cebu SC and UP Katilingban Han Leyteño Ngan Samarnon ug Biliranon
Contact persons: Darl Santos of KaLeSa-Bi and Ynna Bisnar of UPC SC at0943-4116336, 09328637303


Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Inc.
Address: 35 Lopez Jaena Street, Cebu City
Contact person: Edwin Marfil (local 510) or Totits Ocampo (local 204) at (032) 418-7234

YUPPIES Care Ministries of the Grace Baptist Church of Cebu City, Inc.
Address: 628B Happy Valley Road, Guadalupe
Contact person: Jaspher Obiña at 0923-1500219, 0918-3484294, or 0917-7149679

Lingap Gabriella Bohol
Address: FARDEC Office, Lower Butalid St. Tagbiliran City
Contact number: 0912-5949170

Bangon Isabel, Leyte
Contact persons: Pipo Omega at 0933-4219705 or Shiena Marie Bucol at 0917-3262258/0922-8001987 (Cebu)
Other ways to donate here.

For Donations In-Kind
You may coordinate directly with: . They’re both based in Cebu.

Operation Yolanda, University of St. La Salle Bacolod
Drop-off point: 2nd Gate Security Office, Center for External Relations, Institute for Negros Development

The Tree House
Address: 2nd Floor Red Square Building, Smallville Complex, Barangay San Rafael, Mandurriao, Iloilo

Liceo Ripple of Hope
Address: R.N. Pelaez Boulevard, Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City
Contact numbers: (088) 858 4093 to 95 local 231 or 0917-7161613

The Rural Missionaries of the Philippines-Northern Mindanao Sub-Region (RMP-NMR) Inc.
Address: MP-NMR Inc, Kalinaw Lanao Center for Interfaith Resources, 0016 Bougainvilla Puti, Villaverde, 9200, Iligan City.
Contact number: +63 (63) 223 517

Saturday, November 9, 2013

Miss Universe 2013 Results: Venezuela wins 7th MU crown, Philippines 3rd Runner-Up

  


 Filipina pride reigned supreme in beauty pageants as Miss Universe Philippines Ariella Arida was hailed as Miss Universe 2013 3rd Runner Up. 

Arida was called last in the Top 16 for winning the MU 2013 Online Voting, conquered the stage with her Yamamay swimsuit and her evening gown on the Top 10 and probably gave the best answer when she entered the Q&A portion in the Top 5.

 Her Q&A question was: What is the  solution to the lack of jobs among young people starting their careers around the world is education.

"For the people who have lack of jobs, I do believe that we people should invest in education and that is my primary advocacy because if we all know that everyone of us is educated and well aware of what we are doing, we can land into jobs and we could land our careers in the future. So education is a primary source and it's a ticket for a better future."

Winning the 7th Miss Universe Crown for Venezuela is Gabriela Isler, who had this for her winning answer to judge Steven Tyler's question "What is your biggest fear and how do you plan to overcome it?" 

"For me while one may have a lot of fears but nonetheless this is nothing negative. I believe we should overcome all of our fears and this in turn would make us much stronger and mostly we can become stronger persons. As soon as we overcome our fears and we are sure of ourselves then we can face any challenge."

 Arida makes it 4th in a row in the Top 5 for the Philippines, after Venus Raj, Shamcey Supsup and Janine Tugonon. 

Complete Results:
MISS UNIVERSE 2013 – Gabriela Isler (Venezuela)
1st Runner Up – Patricia Rodriguez (Spain)
2nd Runner Up –  Constanza Baez (Ecuador)
3rd Runner Up – Ariella Arida (Philippines)
4th Runner Up – Jackelyne Olveira (Brazil)



Wednesday, November 6, 2013

November 2013 Librarian Board Exam Results



 
The Professional Regulation Commission announced Wednesday that 382 out of 834 passed the Librarian Licensure Examination given in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cebu, Davao and Legazpi this month.

The results were released in two working days after the last day of exam, the PRC said.

Roll of Successful Examinees in the
LIBRARIAN LICENSURE EXAM
Held on NOVEMBER 3 & 4, 2013
Released on NOVEMBER 6, 2013

Seq. No. N a m e
1 ABAYA, FEDILA VILLACORA
2 ABOCADO, MAILYN ARINGO
3 ABOOL, REGINE CRUZ
4 ABRIQUE, MAXIMA VERGARA
5 ACUÑA, MA VICTORIA CRUZ
6 ACUÑA, PORTIA GEMA CRUZ
7 ADOLFO, JILL ANNE LLARINAS
8 ADRIANO, NIKOLAIVENDIOLA
9 AFURONG, ROI LOUISE PASCUAL
10 AGUILAR, FAITH CABANALAN
11 AGULTO, ERNANI ARNAIZ
12 ALCANTARA, RAYZIEL ESPIRITU
13 ALCANTARA, SHERRY ANN HERNANDEZ
14 ALCANTARA, ZORENBUENSALIDA
15 ALCORIN, MARY KRIS SANTOS
16 ALEJANDRINO, ERVY BRYAN BALANON
17 ALEJO, BILYSON DOMINGO
18 ALILAM, MICHELLEMATEO
19 ALMONIÑA, JOHN RONALD RIVERA
20 ALONZO, NOREEN JEONE DOMINGO
21 ALORA, CARL ANTHONY BAWALAN
22 AMARANTE, MARICHU MACARILAY
23 AMPER, RISSA JANE VALMONTE
24 ANGSINCO, MARY LOU SOLIS
25 ANIWASAL, DARLENE PONGOD
26 ANYAYAHAN, MAY CAMO
27 ARAN, PAMELA REGINA FIGURACIN
28 ARCE, WENCY SAJONIA
29 ARCEO, FATIMA CUADRA
30 AREVALO, JAMAICAREBOSURA
31 ARIDA, NERY LLANA
32 ARISPE, MICHELLEBAÑARES
33 ARTAJO, PATRICE JEAN QUIACAO
34 ASPERILLA, JENNAFE SAPINORO
35 ASTRONOMO, KRIS CARABIO
36 ATA, IRENE ABUL
37 AVESTRUZ, SHIELAMARIE RAMIREZ
38 AYRAN, CRISTINE ABIGAIL PANGILINAN
39 BACHARO, MARK BALINARIO
40 BAGTAS, RYACHELLE GAIL DELA CRUZ
41 BAHAY, MARLYN AGUMBA
42 BAIS, IYA PIARRAFLORES
43 BALAO, JUAN PAOLO LACANILAO
44 BALAO-AS, WILMA COSENTE
45 BALINSAT, MARILOU ACOB
46 BALISTO, JEHAN PAYAKET
47 BALNAO, CONNIE LOU GALLATE
48 BANDADA, SHEENA MIADO
49 BARIUAN, RACHEL ANN MEDRANO
50 BASILIO, MICHELLE PUYAO
51 BATUANG, MICHAELJOHN DELA CRUZ
52 BAUTISTA, MARIE EDELQUIN DU
53 BEDE, MAGDALENA DAGIW-A
54 BELLEZA, KATHLEENE DISPO
55 BELLO, VANESSA CAPARIDA
56 BERDON, CHERRAMIE DIVINAGRACIA
57 BERGADO, JUVY CRIS CANO
58 BERTING, LINDCY CHAPIGAS
59 BERZO, KRIZETTE GAYACAO
60 BILLACO, NONITA ARZADON
61 BOLOS, VERONICA ALCANTARA
62 BONGCALES, LYN SEVILLA
63 BONTUYAN, HANNAHMANGILA
64 BRAZAL, JESSE GEORGE ROJAS
65 BRIOSO, LAURA PARAS
66 BUENAVENTURA, KRISTIA NIKKA VILLARUZ
67 BULIG, MICAH MARIE NEGRILLO
68 BUNO, JULIE ANN CASEM
69 CAASI, ROSARIO JIMENEZ
70 CABALINAN, ELVENJUDE CALASAGSAG
71 CADUNGOG, MA LIBERTY FILIPINAS
72 CALAGUI, MA CHRISTINA PAMITTAN
73 CALUGTONG, KIM GERALD DIMAPILIS
74 CANAR, JATHNIEL RETA
75 CANLAS, RICH ANDREW CERRADO
76 CAPA, ELLEN JOY MARIN
77 CAPARROS, JONNAMILLE CAPANZANA
78 CARIÑO, JENNIFERDUP-ET
79 CASILAN, ANNAMARIE DOREGO
80 CASILAN, ARJEAN MARIE DOREGO
81 CASTILLO, RIZZA ELMIDO
82 CASTOR, NORITA PASTORIL
83 CASTRO, JESSICA SABADO
84 CASTRO, MARIA NINA GRACE BARTOLOME
85 CAYLAN, MARIA CAMILLE BARING
86 CAÑETE, RICHELLEMARIE TABANGCURA
87 CERNAL, JUSTIN JANE SINADJAN
88 CHUCA, RONEL YU
89 CIDAMON, ROLLY ALILIO
90 CIMAGALA, BEVERLY PAGLINAWAN
91 CINCO, BELLA TORENO
92 CLAVERIA, MARY ROSE VELASQUEZ
93 CLIMACO, PRITZIEJOY GONZAGA
94 COLANSE, LIEZEL TUICO
95 COLAR, RITCHELL MAYE FERRER
96 COLETE, ANALYN LAGUILLES
97 COLLADO, SHALEEMAR BATA
98 COMINTAN, LYKA ATENTAR
99 CONCEPCION, IRISH JANE DOPING
100 CONSTANTINO, ROXANNE MARIE REYNES
101 CORRAL-PIQUERO, VALERIE DARL MORLA
102 CRUZ, CAMILLE JHOY RAMOS
103 CRUZ, MA ELVIRITA DUMLAO
104 CRUZA, MARLYN SALES
105 CUADLI, MARLIZA ANGEL
106 CUSTODIO, PRINCES JOYDEE BASCO
107 DADULLA, ELOISA DEMAISIP
108 DAGDAG, DAISY QUILANG
109 DAGOHOY, GLEEN MANULAT
110 DANGANAN, JANINAGRACE VALENCIA
111 DARIA, KRIEZEL JOY RICACHONDA
112 DATAYA, SITTIE ANISSA BAGANI
113 DE ASIS, EVELYN PARANE
114 DE LEON, SIMON VILLANUEVA
115 DECEDA, JESSA BONITA
116 DEITA, CORAZON LAMBERTO
117 DELA CRUZ, ANGELIE TUGBO
118 DELA CRUZ, DENNIS CALDERON
119 DELA CRUZ, GENEZAH SUMAGPANG
120 DELA CRUZ, MARIJAE BAHOY
121 DELA CRUZ, MARK ANTHONY LEXTER CAUINIAN
122 DELA CUESTA, LANI BAUAT
123 DELA RAMA, ROSE JOY TABIRARA
124 DELA ROSA, MA JENISSA SALVA
125 DEMDAM, JENELYN MARQUESES
126 DEPANO, CARMELA PARRA
127 DETOYATO, KRISTINE MARIE ABELLO
128 DIAZ, CHAD AREN EVANGELISTA
129 DIMALOAN, MECHELLE DUHAYLUNGSOD
130 DIMALUAN, MARIA GIRLY COLLANTES
131 DIMAPILIS, CATHRYN ANN ALMODOVAR
132 DIOSES, DANICRISFAITH ANTIMANO
133 DIZON, LEANELLE DE VERA
134 DOMANICO, AILEENVELASCO
135 DOMINO, MARIA VICTORIA PAREDES
136 DURIAN, MARK JOEY JALLORINA
137 EBES, KAREN BUNGSAL
138 ECLAVEA, EDNA ECLAVEA
139 EGIDO, MARBILYN MENDOZA
140 ESCOTO, MARJORIERIVERA
141 ESPELLIGAR, LUZEL SORIANO
142 ESPINA, JOLLY ANN NAVARES
143 ESPLANADA, CYNTHIA SY
144 ESTIMO, CHRISTINE JOYCE JORDAN
145 ESTRADA, DONNALYN
146 FAGARAGAN, GLENJOYCE CADIZ
147 FALALIMPA, JANIBIE ALEJANDRO
148 FE, DAPHNE IVANAGIDO
149 FELONIA, DARREL
150 FERNANDEZ, ELISADE SOLA
151 FERNANDEZ, NIÑO ANGELO LAZARTE
152 FERRE, SHIELA MARIE MARCELO
153 FERRER, THESSA HERNANDEZ
154 FLORENTINO, MYLAREQUIMIN
155 FLORES, EMERSON GARAY
156 FLORES, MA LOURDES QUERUBIN
157 FORTES, RAINIER JAPHET BUTAC
158 FRANCO, ALIZSA LYNN MUÑOZ
159 FREDELUCES, JOHNCHRISTOPHERSON LA TORRE
160 GADOS, ROSE ANN ORIAO
161 GAHUM, ANNIE GRACE GABRILLO
162 GALDO, JEAN IRENE SUMAYA
163 GAOAEN, AYDEE GAGELONIA
164 GAPAS, CHERRY JILL ACASO
165 GARABILES, RICHIE NARNE
166 GARCIA, CRIZELL JOY PAMPLONA
167 GARCIA, DIELITA MADRID
168 GASPAR, MERYL GAY ATIWEN
169 GATUS, MEINARD PERALTA
170 GAYAO, PRINCESS AIZEL MARALIT
171 GEMAL, MICHAEL WENCESLAO
172 GERONIMO, JOSEPHVILLIMORE DIEZ
173 GONZAGA, HEPZIBAH CRISME
174 GONZALES, JONN ROBIN ALCARAZ
175 GONZALEZ, ANGELIQUE PACHECO
176 GUEVARRA, EDWARDVINCENT CIRIACO
177 GUIMBAOLIBOT, JANINE LAGUTAN
178 GUINID, ELLAINE
179 GUIOD, CYNTHIA JULIAN
180 HERMANO, RHODA EBUENA
181 HERMOSILLA, TRINIDAD BACLAYON
182 HERMOSO, MARY JANE ROYOL
183 HERMOSORA, MARJORIE BOLO
184 HONRADE, ANA KATRINA TAÑEDO
185 IBAL, NICOLE NOELLE PERNITES
186 IBAÑEZ, NOREDITHKAY CORDERO
187 ILAGAN, LYRA JAZEL ASIS
188 IMARGA, MELODY FAITH LABASAN
189 IMBOY, NERIA REGIS
190 IMPERIO, FLORA JOY MAGANA
191 IWAG, RHEA CASIPE
192 JAIME, KRIZKA GAYLE ROMERO
193 JAMORA, MYRACEL REBOLLEDO
194 JAVIER, LIZA NATAL
195 JIKIRI, SHIERELYN SIERRA
196 JUAN, ARSENIO PASCUA
197 JUANZO, KAYLA ERIKA VALERO
198 KILAKIL, JEANILYN ALBO
199 LAGUSTAN, ERWIN HISTORILLO
200 LAMBON, IVY SHERAINE MARIE FAMPULME
201 LANGAN, KRISTINEMARIE AMISTAD
202 LAPPAY, CORAZON SOLIVA
203 LARUAN, PERLIE LOQUIO
204 LAURE, RIZA ADECER
205 LAURENTE, PRISCILLA SAGUIGUIT
206 LAURETE, LUDYVIEALAÑA
207 LAURETE, LURIELYN MAE BANQUIAO
208 LAURON, JAY KESSMER PORQUEZ
209 LEGASPI, SHIELA GILBUENA
210 LEOPOLDO, RITCHIE GRANT
211 LICAYAN, ANALIZABARCO
212 LICWASEN, RUTH CALABSON
213 LINMAYOG, JONALYN DAWILAN
214 LIWEN, SUSAN GOLOCAN
215 LOCRIANA, ELIEZEL MAGDAMIT
216 LONGAMEN, JUAN CARLO JANER
217 LOPEZ, ANNIELEE SABAYBAY
218 LUMALANG, NIKKI NIÑO MAGPANTAY
219 LUMASAG, LOVELLAPACULBA
220 LUTERTE, HAZYL MARIE DIANON
221 MACALE, CHERRYL PADURA
222 MACARANAS, JONA GUEVARRA
223 MACAULING, SUZENETTE ARRAZOLA
224 MADRIAGA, MYLENECENTINO
225 MAESTRADO, DIVINE GRACE ROSAL
226 MAESTRO, ROSELLESAGUIBO
227 MAGTIBAY, DIANE JANE EBORA
228 MAGUDDAYAO, STEPHEN GREGORY PELOVELLO
229 MAGUDDAYAO, VISITACION CAPALUNGAN
230 MALTO, GLORY MAYMALLAPRE
231 MALUENDA, ANN REYES
232 MALUPENG, RUBY ROSE MIGUEL
233 MANGUBAT, JUFRENARNAN
234 MANGUBAT, ROSALINA SEMILLANO
235 MARASIGAN, AISA BAUI
236 MARIFOSQUE, MYZEL YU
237 MARJALINO, ASLEEPANESA
238 MASINDO, ROLANDOHORBINO
239 MASON, ALMA SEPULCHRE
240 MATALINO, JULIETAGUILAR
241 MATEO, BERNADETH
242 MATEO, JEANE EUNICE DUMALAY
243 MAURO, MARY JANEBEDAÑA
244 MEHOY, GENNA MASONG
245 MENDOZA, JOHN MARC RAMIREZ
246 MENDOZA, MA AGNES FAIGAL
247 MERCADO, FELIZA MARIE SANTOS
248 MICUA, MARIA CARMELA ANTERO
249 MILET, SHIMA DACANAY
250 MILLAN, JERILYN CARIN
251 MINGO, FLORDELIZA SANTISAS
252 MIRABEL, LETTY JOY MONCADA
253 MOLO, ANALYN VEDRA
254 MOMO, LOIDA VILLAMOR
255 MONTEZA, MA HULDAH ACEDO
256 MORALES, VEA RONIZZE PIO DE RODA
257 MORANTE, MA RONAJOY CAALIM
258 MOYANO, CYNTHIA ANARCON
259 MUSONES, FREDDY NALAUNAN
260 NABONG, EULA MAEBAYRON
261 NAPOLES, JACQUELINE BUALA
262 NARCISO, JESSIE JOHN SALIGUE
263 NARVASA, RUSSEL BULOS
264 NAVAL, LOU DAVINFORTO
265 NAVARRA, HYDELYNTOMATE
266 NEBRAN, JIMUEL BOÑAGA
267 NICERIO, AGNES MONTERO
268 OALIN, ROMIE JAYCASIL
269 OBGUIA, SWEETY ROSE MABANAG
270 OBRA, JOVAN URQUIOLA
271 OCAMIA, ANNE MAUREEN RUBIO
272 OLANO, CHARISSE MAE CALAMINOS
273 OLIVARES, REGIE BALANDO
274 OLIVEROS, MA ANNA ALBEZA
275 OREN, MARIA ELENA EDLYN CATULIN
276 OREVILLO, GEOFFREY LLIMIT
277 ORTEZA, VALERIE JAN ATIWAG
278 PACUZ, JAYLONE NITRON
279 PAGSIBIGAN, JOANNA DE GUZMAN
280 PAGUIO, PAULINE PUNGOT
281 PAJARO, MELENIA PACANA
282 PALLAYOC, MAUREEN DAWAGAN
283 PAMITTAN, JENNY ROSE GILDO
284 PANGANIBAN, ANGELICA LAZAGA
285 PANGHUBASAN, BERNA MAE TRASMONTE
286 PASTOR, HARLY DAMEG
287 PEDROSA, RIGOR SAHULGA
288 PERA, MARY GUADALYN MARTINETE
289 PERALTA, DENISSEALLYSA TUGANO
290 PEÑA, JULIECON PESTEJO
291 PIEDROS, PRINCESS WENA MALAYA
292 PINEDA, MARK ELIZIER TALAVERA
293 PIQUERO, GIANCARLO MAGNAYE
294 PLANAS, RUBY ANNE CABANTE
295 POLAYAGAN, QUEENIE JOY FLORES
296 POLIQUIT, MARY GRACE GAYMAN
297 POLLANTE, RENEE ALIANA MENDOZA
298 PREJOLES, LEAHMIE JEAN PLAZA
299 PREPOSE, JAMES DIAZEN
300 PRESBITERO, ALMIRA BAUNO
301 PREZA, JUAN CARLO MALIMBAN
302 PUNO, ZENNIA JOYMANLIGUEZ
303 QUESADA, MARY ANNE VENTE
304 QUIJADA, MARIA CHERRYLEN CASTOR
305 QUINDOZA, MARK LAWRENCE RICAFRENTE
306 RACAZA, DAISY DIANE EMPACIS
307 RAGA, CHARLTON MORA
308 RAMOS, REA CRISTHINE YORO
309 REIG, JOAN KRISTEL EVANGELISTA
310 REMULTA, CAROL GABINI
311 REMULTA, RONELYNROA
312 REYES, JEAN TENIZO
313 REYNO, MICHAEL JAMES RAON
314 RIEGO, ROXANNE REÑIDO
315 RINGOR, ABIGAIL ABELA
316 RIVERA, JOVELYN SAMSON
317 RODRIGUEZ, SHIRLEY GUARO
318 ROMEN, DOMINIQUEGABRIEL
319 RONDILLA, JULIANNE ASI
320 ROSALES, SANDRA MARIE SIMON
321 ROXAS, MARK ALVIN LANUZA
322 ROXAS, MELEONOR OBCIANA
323 RUAYA, JONNALYN REYES
324 SAAVEDRA, MARYJOY ABAPO
325 SABIO, MAE SHAANI SALVAMANTE
326 SACYONG, JAY MARIE FIANITOG
327 SALBINO, HENER MARCOS
328 SALUDEZ, ROWENA MORIÑO
329 SAMSON, MICHAEL TAYCO
330 SANGALANG, MELANIE UTRERA
331 SANICO, FRANCIS ANDRIAN SARONA
332 SANTIANO, MARIA MIKAELA SANTOS
333 SANTILLAN, KEVINBRYAN OCAMPO
334 SANTOS, CHARLOTTE SABINO
335 SANTOS, VERONICAMAE DELA ROMA
336 SARCIA, JEANYN MARFIL
337 SARENGO, MARY ANN ESPIRITU
338 SEFIL, MARGARITOSERRANO
339 SERIDON, MERLYN MAYO
340 SEVA, FELIPE JR BILO
341 SIAROT, NEZIEL LANGUIDO
342 SIBBALUCA, VIVIAN VILAN
343 SIGLOS, JEZEL MONGHIT
344 SOLIMEN, DHIAN BANITE
345 SOLON, JERICHO REYES
346 SUBTENIENTE, CINDY SANTE
347 SUMAIT, RONALDO PASCUAL
348 SURMIEDA, ELSA SUMERGIDO
349 TALINIO, JULIUS PAUL MAMARIL
350 TAMON, JIMIVEVE ALAYON
351 TANGUILAN, ROSALINDA TALATTAD
352 TARRONAS, MICHAEL JOHN PETALVER
353 TEAÑO, KARMELA KAYE PUA
354 TENAYNAN, MELANIE KUMANAB
355 TEVES, RODNEY DELOS SANTOS
356 TEWENG, RESHEL PALONGYAS
357 TIMBOL, ROSALINDA LAGUNA
358 TIRAMBULO, RELYNBONTIGAO
359 TOLOSA, ARBIE GALINDEZ
360 TORRES, MARIONE RENZ JOSE
361 TRINIDAD, JANELYN DULNUAN
362 TRINIDAD, JEROMEVALENTIN
363 TROCINO, ANGELITA ESGUERRA
364 TUAZON, JOYCE PEARL MENDOZA
365 TUBO, JONATHAN CAMBE
366 TUMACAS, JANET LASPOÑAS
367 UBALDO, MARK LESTER ESTRELLA
368 ULIBAS, CZARINA MAE LAYUG
369 UNCIANO, ONOFRE JR CABEZA
370 VALDEPEÑAS, ABIGAIL ANNA CABILDO
371 VALONDO, GRACE ANN MARTIN
372 VENTURA, ARIES JOY TEMBLIQUE
373 VERANO, VANESSA SARNO
374 VICTORIO, MICO PAULO MORENO
375 VILLARUZ, ELIZABETH MORI
376 VINAGRERA, EMMANUEL RIVERA
377 VIRAY, DIANNE ANGELA CRUZ
378 YANGOT, KARISHA DOUGLAS
379 YGAY, SUNSHINE ALIPIN
380 ZAIDE, ASHEREL JOY DELA CRUZ
381 ZAMBALE, JEROME PAUL PRESTOZA
382 ZITA, ANGELI ESTABAYA
NOTHING FOLLOWS--------

Top 10 Passers - Topnotchers

RANK | NAME | SCHOOL | RATING (%)
1 BILYSON DOMINGO ALEJO
UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LOUIS TUGUEGARAO
88.05

2 KRIEZEL JOY RICACHONDA DARIA
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES DILIMAN
87.40

3 ROSELLE SAGUIBO MAESTRO
PHILIPPINE NORMAL UNIVERSITY MANILA
87.05

4 EMMANUEL RIVERA VINAGRERA
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES DILIMAN
87.00

5 ALMA SEPULCHRE MASON
SAINT MARY'S UNIVERSITY
86.80

6 JOHN RONALD RIVERA ALMONIÑA
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES DILIMAN
86.35

7 CHAD AREN EVANGELISTA DIAZ
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES DILIMAN
86.30

JOHN CHRISTOPHERSON LA TORRE FREDELUCES
POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-MAIN-STA. MESA
86.30

8 KRISTINE MARIE ABELLO DETOYATO
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES DILIMAN
86.20

9 MARJORIE BOLO HERMOSORA
UNIVERSITY OF SAN JOSE RECOLETOS
85.85

10 MA VICTORIA CRUZ ACUÑA
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
85.80

JUAN PAOLO LACANILAO BALAO
UNIVERSITY OF THE EAST-MANILA
85.80
NOTHING FOLLOWS--------- -

From Letran to E-Painters: Caloy Garcia and Raymond Almazan

 

NCAA has not ended yet but the excitement of both Coach Caloy Garcia and Rain or Shine Elasto Painters 3rd Pick Raymond Almazan for what is in store is something they both look forward to.

Garcia, who is Almazan's current coach in Letran and works as a deputy for Coach Yeng Guiao for the E-Painters believes that Almazan will not have a hard time transitioning from Letran to the pros since the two coaches run a similar system. The only thing most probably that the lead MVP candidate of Letran needs to work on to is his weight to be able to bang bodies and defend better in the PBA.

If you have watched the PBA Draft, you would remember Beau letting Raymond eat barbecue, well, Raymond will have his dose of this extra rice after NCAA ends. 

Image: PBA/Nuki Sabio

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Yay or Nay for this Alfredo Barraza Creation on Ariella Arida

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Much anticipation for the preliminaries last night that even rehearsal photos were pretty much valuable. 

What do you think about this yellow number on  Miss Universe Philippines Ariella Arida? Much as we loathe Barraza creations, this gave her a simple yet elegant look as she braved her way towards the preliminaries.


Sunday, November 3, 2013

Ariella Arida in the Miss Universe 2013 National Costume Competition

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The blog owner has not gotten a reliable live streaming link of the National Costume Contest last night to make it up here is a photo of Miss Universe Philippines Ara Arida in her Filipiniana.

From our own point of view it was not the best, but it was not the worst, it didn't took the fight out of our very own Ara, we strongly believe she'll still venture into the Top 5 and we call on Filipinos to still support her in her quest for the Diamond Nexus Lab Crown and the right to be Miss Universe 2013.

(Photo: OPMB Worldwide/Jory Rivera) 


Thor Dulay: The Voice of Hope Concert Details

 

Thor Dulay will be featured in a Benefit Concert entitled The Voice of Hope on Tuesday, December 3, 2013 at the Music Museum.

The concert will be for the benefit for Nayon ng Kabataan Orpahange and Bohol Victims.

For Tickets: www.ticketworld.com.ph 


Saturday, November 2, 2013

2013 PBA Draft Results

From left: Greg Slaughter, Ian Sangalang, Jeric Teng and RR Garcia. 
Slaughter, Sangalang, Teng and Garcia are all expected first-rounders (Photo: Yahoo Images)

The 2013 PBA Draft will happen November 3, 2013 at Robinsons Place, Manila, The 79 Draft hopefuls are all eager to find out if teams will place interest in them after the Rookie Camp and their respective collegiate showings.

Greg Slaughter of the Ateneo De Manila University is expected to be the #1 pick.

Draft Day Results:

1st Round:

1. Barangay Ginebra San Miguel - Greg Slaughter
2. San Mig Coffee Mixers - Ian Sangalang
3. Rain or Shine Elasto Painters - Raymond Almazan 
4. Barangay Ginebra San Miguel (from Barako Bull) - James Forrester
5. Global Port Batang Pier (from Petron via Barako Bull trade) - Terrence Romeo
6. Global Port Batang Pier (from Barako) - Ryan Roose Garcia 
7. Global Port Batang Pier - Isaac Holstein
8. Alaska Aces - Ryan Buenafe
9. Rain or Shine Elasto Painters - Alex Nuyles
10. San Mig Coffee - Justin Chua

2nd Round

11. Global Port Batang Pier - Nico Salva
12. Rain or Shine Elasto Painters - Jeric Teng
13. San Mig Coffee Mixers - Justin Melton
14. Barko Bull Energy Cola - Jeric Fortuna
15. Talk and Text Tropang Texters - John Paul Erram
16. Air 21 Express - Eric Camson
17. Talk and Text Tropang Texters - Robby Celiz
18. Alaska Aces - Chris Exciminiano
19. Rain or Shine Elasto Painters - Gayford Rodriguez
20. Barako Bull Energy Cola - Carlo Lastimosa

Third Round

1. Air 21 – Joshua Webb
2. GlobalPort – Jopher Custodio
3. Barako Bull- Darwin Cordero
4. GlobalPort (from Ginebra)- LA Revilla
5. Petron – Sam Marata
6. Meralco – Anjo Caram
7. Talk ‘N Text – Eliud Poligrates
8. Alaska – Raymund Ilagan
9. Rain or Shine Ervic Vijandre
10. San Mig Coffee – JR Cawaling

Fourth Round

1. GlobalPort – PASS
2. Air 21 – Angelo Ingco
3. Barako Bull – Jett Vidal
4. Ginebra – John Usita
5. Petron: Nate Matute
6. Meralco: Mike Parala
7. Talk ‘N Text – Oping Sumalinog
8. Alaska – PASS
9. Rain or Shine – PASS
10. San Mig Coffee – PASS

Fifth Round

1. Air 21 -Randolph Chua
2. GlobalPort – PASS
3. Barako Bull – Mike Silungan
4. Ginebra – Alvin Padilla
5. Petron – PASS
6. Meralco – Mark Lopez
7. Talk ‘N Text – Byron Villarias
8. Alaska – PASS
9. Rain or Shine – PASS
10. San Mig Coffee – PASS

Sixth Round

1. GlobalPort – Pass
2. Air 21 – PASS
3. Barako Bull – PASS
4. Ginebra – Jens Knuttel
5. Petron – PASS
6. Meralco – Ron Guevarra
8. Alaska – PASS
9. Rain or Shine – PASS
10. San Mig Coffee – PASS

Seventh Round

1. GlobalPort – PASS
2. Air 21 – PASS
3. Barako Bull – PASS
4. Ginebra – PASS
5. Petron – PASS
6. Meralco – Mark Bringas
8. Alaska – PASS
9. Rain or Shine – PASS
10. San Mig Coffee – PASS
 
Draft Day Trades (for Picks):
BGSM trades Maierhofer and Wilson for James Forrester (#4 pick)
Barako gets Magi Sison and Mark Isip from Petron, Petron trades #5 pick for Yousef Taha (#5 pick)
Barako gets Denok Miranda for draft rights to #6.
Alaska trades their rights to the #15th pick to Talk and Text






 
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