Manila Bulletin

Published by the Manila Bulletin, the Manila Bulletin is a daily newspaper. Dr. Cris J. Icban, Jr. is the editor-in chief, Hermogenes P. Pobre is the publisher and Diego C. Cagahastian is the news editor.

Articles from June 22, 2004

7 Tower Awards Winners Cited
Seven workers from various industries all over the country were chosen to receive the 2004 Tower Awards (The Outstanding Workers of the Republic) which is jointly sponsored by the Rotary Club of Manila and the Metrobank Foundation Inc. The seven...
Access School Info through Text
Elizabeth Baquiller and Apple Mesias, third year accountancy majors at University of Cebu (UC), did not fret much on enrollment schedules for this school year, thanks to their new "text mate." Their new text mate is UC, which announces via text...
Accreditation 101
Byline: MARIA CAROLINA M. CUEVAS Dean, Institute of Computer Science What is accreditation? If up to now, you as an arellanite do not have any inkling of what this brulala is all about then, you really are out of sync in the affairs of the university....
A Mami Love Sonata: The Ma Mon Luk Story of Love, Survival, and Fame
Byline: Diana A. Galang And Jeremy C. Malcampo The popularization of Mami in modern Philippines, has, perhaps, reached a certain level of commercialized surrealism, with its fusion identity of being both Filipino and Chinese. No one really bothered,...
Angel Thought for the Day
"In times of darkness, love sees; in times of silence love hears; in times of pain, love heals; in times of profound love, compassion and forgiveness overcome." Fr. Jerry Orbos, SVD. LEUVIAH is the third angel of the Throne family and...
Arellano University:
Surviving the changing times HUMBLE BEGINNINGS Arellano University started as a vision of Florentino Cayco, Sr., first Filipino Undersecretary of Public Instruction, Illustrious Educator and the founder and first President of the University....
Around the Nation
For senior citizens More senior citizens may now avail themselves of privileges in commercial and medical institutions aside from various discounts and employment opportunities with the passage of Republic Act 9257, or the Expanded Senior Citizens...
Arroyo to Wait Patiently as Congress Prepares Report
President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo said yesterday she will wait "patiently" and let the Constitutional process run its course as Congress prepares to deliberate on the preliminary canvass report the joint canvassing committee will submit to the plenary...
ASUS External DVD Rewriter Supporting USB 2.0 and IEEE 1394 Standards and 8X DVD[+ or -] Write
ASUSTeK Computer Inc., a introduced the DRW-0804P-D external DVD rewriter, which supports USB 2.0 and IEEE 1394 standards for fast peripheral connection. It provides versatile data storage at both 8X DVD-Write and 8X DVD+Write, and incorporated innovative...
ASUS Service Center Serves to Protect Your Precious Notebook PC
Notebook companies claim that their products are the most reliable for your precious files, possibly true at one point, but up to what extent? An average notebook can withstand a few drops of your drink, bumpy ride, a slight fall on the ground still...
Auto Makers Show off Newest, Priciest Models at Beijing Auto Show
Byline: JOE MCDONALD BEIJING (AP) US, European and Asian automakers showed off their newest SUVs, most lavish sedans and priciest roadsters at Chinas biggest auto show last Wednesday, trying to woo buyers in the worlds fastestgrowing car market....
Backroom Artists Continue to Conquer the Concert Scene
From the pigeonhole: Comedy Concert Queen Ai Ai delas Alas will be joining Roderick Paulate, Rica Peralejo, Bayani Agbayani and Troy Montero in a special show in Autria on July 17. On July 31, she joins fellow Backroom artist Erik Santos in Guam....
Benchmark T-Bill Rate Rises to 7.634%; 183-, 365-Day Bids Rejected
The Bureau of Treasury allowed the bellwether 92-day Treasury bill rate to rise at yesterdays auction on a partial award, but rejected all bids for 183-day and 365-day tenors due to high offered rates. The 92-day rate, which banks use as a benchmark...
Book Publishing Lacks Economies of Scale
Byline: BERNIE CAHILES-MAGKILAT The government was not remiss in granting incentives to the book publishing industry but the lack of economies of scale was the underlying factor that hindered the growth of this local business. Board of Investments...
Business Options; Post-Election Scenario
Byline: Lydia N. Orial The question that haunts most businessmen these days is: What are the prospects of the Philippine economy after the elections? In order to grasp what lies ahead, it is necessary to evaluate the current market scenario that...
Causeway's Eels and Ostrich, Rock Banawe
Byline: Jamy Caparas Situated along Banawe Road, corner Del Monte, in Quezon Citywithin the neon Tanglers of Le Ching Tea House, Bodhi, and Haf ChangCauseway Seafood Restaurant stands as a muse, with mid-classy ambiance, offering the freshest line...
Celebrating the Modern Maria Claras (and Juans) through Clara International
Byline: Text and photos by OWEN A. BAUTISTA Upholding its integrity, professionalism and innovations in everything that it does, Clara International has now stepped into Philippine soil to provide dedicated, personalized and professional beauty...
Chronic Kidney Failure
My sister-in-law died last week at the age of 43 because of kidney failure. Her disease was discovered only two months ago when she became very weak and pale. She was brought to a hospital and was told she had chronic kidney failure and that she...
Comelec Urged to Act on Lanao Mayor's Proclamation
Byline: RICO C. NAVARRO The Commission on Elections (Comelec) was asked yesterday by a mayor in Lanao del Sur to annul the proclamation of her rival, which she claimed was illegal and allegedly violated an en banc order, suspending the proclamation...
CommunicAsia 2004: Clash of the Cell Phone Titans
Giant cell phone manufacturers Nokia, Samsung and Siemens will slug it out this week during the CommunicAsia 2004 to see who will dominate the market in Asias mobile communications. Communic Asia is Asias premier information and communications technology...
Dental Implant Offers Alternative to Dentures
Losing one or more teeth can be a painful experience for most people. One Norwegian survey found that it was so stressful and comparable to having trouble with relatives. The toothless patient has every reason to worry. He looks older because of...
De Venecia Appeals for Unity with Opposition
House Speaker Jose de Venecia, together with administration and party-list lawmakers, yesterday appealed for reconciliation with the opposition as they urged presidential candidates Fernando Poe Jr. and Eddie Villanueva to join efforts in unifying...
DoF, IMF Team Set Meet on Friday
Byline: LEE C. CHIPONGIAN Finance officials and the visiting International Monetary Fund teams are scheduled to meet Friday to discuss post-program monitoring issues including fiscal and national government financing concerns. However, the Department...
Drilon: Congress Resumes Joint Session Tomorrow
Byline: GABRIEL S. MABUTAS & EDMER F. PANESA Senate President Franklin Drilon said yesterday he is confident that the June 25 deadline set for the proclamation of president and vice president would be met, as he announced the resumption of...
Eating China II; EATING TAIWAN
Byline: Gene Gonzalez It didn't take much to get me packing (so did my son and Taste co-writer Gino) when we were promised by coffee and tea beverage specialists Herrick and Cathy Wang two days of exploring and eating our way in the Shilin Market...
EU Exhibit Travels to Schools; College Essay Writing Tilt Set
The Delegation of the European Commission to the Philippines continuously celebrates the enlargement of the European Union with a travelling information display dubbed European Unity: Icons of Diversity ongoing until August. The exhibition will...
Expanded Cooperation between the Two Republics: Korea and the Philippines
THE relations between the Republic of the Philippines and the Republic of South Korea have expanded in the last 54 years. With the relations dating back to the Korean War, when Filipino soldiers fought side-by-side with the Republic of Korea Armed...
Face-Lifting
MORE than face-lifting, it was reconstructive surgery, not on a human body but for a public school founded in 1901. The "patient" was the Jose Rizal Elementary School (RES) of Bacolod, Negros Occidental. The "surgeons" responsible for this successful...
Fight Not over Yet, Says Candidate Loren
Byline: MARIO B. CASAYURAN "The fight is not yet over. It just moved over to the joint Congress," Sen. Loren Legarda, vice presidential candidate of the Koalisyon ng Nagkakaisang Pilipino (KNP), said yesterday at the Kapihan sa Manila at the Manila...
Ford Everest Offers Easy-to-Own Package
The Everest, Fords latest seven-seater family Sports Utility Vehicle, continues to dominate the mid-size SUV segment. Since its introduction, the Ford Everest has enjoyed overwhelming acceptance from the public and has sold close to 1,000 units since...
Globe Telecom's Share-A-Load Wins in Asian MobileNews Awards Innovation Leader Reaps Awards Abroad, Lines Up More Firsts in Philippine Telco
Globe Telecom, the pioneer digital cellphone network provider in the Philippines received the Most Innovative Service of the Year award for its widely popular Share-a-Load over-the-air prepaid reloading application at the Asian MobileNews Awards held...
Good Fortune at Golden Fortune; Pleasures of the TABLE
My daughter, Giannina and good friend and Bulletin columnist, Dr, Brix Pujalte suddenly had the bright idea of going to Chinatown for dinner and I quickly obliged before my extremities had taken root on my couch. We ended up in Soler street at a...
Government Lawyers Ask SC to Dismiss Pimentel Petition
Government lawyers asked the Supreme Court (SC) yesterday to dismiss the petition filed by opposition Sen. Aquilino Pimentel Jr. challenging the legality of the canvassing of votes for president and vice president by the 22-man joint committee of Congress...
Gov't, NDF Resume Peace Negotiations in Oslo Today
Byline: FRED ROXAS TARLAC CITY Government negotiators left yesterday for Oslo, Norway for this years third round of formal peace talks with the National Democratic Front (NDF) in efforts to find a diplomatic solution to the 35-year-old communist...
High Court Forfeits $98 M Maynilad Performance Bond
Byline: REY G. PANALIGAN The Supreme Court yesterday ordered forfeited in favor of the government some $98 million of the $120 million performance bond of the Maynilad Water Services, Inc. to cover for unpaid concession fees. In a decision written...
Hillary and McCain Said No
HILLARY Clinton made it clear a number of months ago that she did not want to be offered the vice presidency slot on Senator Kerrys presidential ticket. From a political standpoint, it makes sense. If George Bush wins reelection (which looked more...
Home & Garden Talk
THE RIGHT PHONE NUMBER. The right phone number of Lito Misa is 647-1295 and not as published in the Home & Garden Page last Saturday. Misa, by the way, is the fellow who got seeds of Phoenix canariensis from California and grew them in his Quezon...
Homer's Ancient Troy Would Have Only Small Resemblance to Brad Pitt's Hollywood City
Byline: LOUIS MEIXLER TEVFIKIYE, Turkey (AP) Turkish guide Mustafa Askin stood on top of a crumbling tower of the ancient city of Troy and pointed to a grassy field where he says Achilles and Hector most likely fought to the death. "The duel...
Innovation Drives Sun's Opportunities for Partners, Customers and Developers
Byline: edu h. lopez SHANGHAI Continuous innovation is key to Sun Microsystems strategy in creating business opportunities for its partners, customers and the software developer community. "What drives competition is innovation and open network...
'Iraq Problem' May Keep Oil Prices High - OPEC Head
JAKARTA, June 21 (AFP) The "Iraq problem" may stop world oil prices falling from their current highs over the long term, OPEC president Purnomo Yusgiantoro said Monday. "In 2005, it is predicted that oil prices will weaken, we see that there are...
ISAW (Internet Security and Warfare); Bluejacking and Toothing
Byline: Professor P.I. Flashbulb Question: Is there any virus in cellphone? Mario Answer: I have been receiving unsolicited emails from people who have a lot of time to waste informing me of a cellphone virus. If you receive this kind of email...
Isuzu D-MAXimum Drive Team Conquers Mt. Pulag
Byline: ARIS R. ILAGAN The supposed fun adventure to the treacherous Mt. Pulag in Benguet eventually became a game of attrition. One by one, the participants of the four-day Mt. Pulag D-MAXimum Drive of Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) backed...
It's a Leadership Call; "Give Me but One Firm Spot on Which to Stand, and I Will Move the Earth." - Archimedes
PRESIDENT Gloria Macapagal Arroyo has won by a comfortable margin, and her proclamation before June 30 is ministerial and a formality, but, as the cliche goes, "it aint over till its over, or until the fat lady sings," as the opposition lawmakers and...
Joint Committee Finalizes Report; for Plenary Submission Tomorrow
Byline: BEN R. ROSARIO The 22-man Joint Congressional Committee will meet today to finalize its report and proclamation recommendation that will be submitted before a Joint Session of Congress scheduled for tomorrow. House of Representatives...
Kansai-Based Companies to Invest in RP, ASEAN
Byline: EDU H. LOPEZ Small and medium-size Japanese companies based in Kansai district in Japan are planning to invest in the ASEAN countries including the Philippines. Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) said that interest in overseas...
Letran, SSC Picked as Title Contenders
Byline: jean malanum Defending champion Letran will begin its title defense on Saturday when the 80th season of the National Collegiate Athletic Association kicks off with the basketball tournament at the Araneta Coliseum. The Knights, who won...
Math and the Thorny Road to Progress
No one can perhaps argue with the belief that a countrys development is anchored in part on a learned and highly skilled labor force and in part on a citizenry that can fend for itself intellectually. Our neighbors Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong and Korea...
Missing-You-Buffet; STP-Ovr Lng Me S Hong Kong Baby!
Byline: Oliver & ann kuy first time Oliver and I will be away from each other in years, he promised to give me a detailed account of his trip and every dish. OLIVER: On a side trip to Hong Kong on my way to London, I wanted to fill up just...
Mocha Frost, Manila Hotel Magic, GMA Candy, Queries on Jollibee Goto, and Stuff; CARINDERIA TALES
Byline: JEREMY C. MALCAMPO With my throat, over-abraded with Starbucks' Mocha Frap during evenings and cold Taster's Choice every morning with my lola's yaya, back home, one night, I decided to hunt for new blends (or more or less, new taste-grooves...
News in Brief
P/$ rate closes at P56.165 The peso closed higher at P56.165 to the US dollar yesterday at the Philippine Dealing System of the Bankers Association of the Philippines from P56.43 last Friday. The weighted average rate appreciated to P56.252 from...
Next Battleground Will Be at Congress Plenary Session
THE canvass proceedings in Congress had looked more like a stage comedy than counting of votes. Even what happened to the Senate gavel wielded by Sen. Francis Pangilinan was debated on by the lawmakers. They argued whether the gavel broke or its head...
Nokia Banks on 3G to Maintain Top Spot; Launches New, Revamped Products and Sol'ns in an Attempt to Reverse Market Share Decline
Byline: red r. samar SINGAPORE Mobile phone giant Nokia is committed to driving the 3G mobile evolution and making the next generation wireless mobility a reality for todays consumers through digital convergence. Pekka Ala-Pietila, president...
Now That It's Over
FOR all the suspense, the presidential canvass was completed 12 days ahead of Speaker Jose de Venecias schedule. Even if Senator Pimentel promises to stall the proclamation, hardly anyone doubts that President Arroyo will be proclaimed at the end of...
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION Part 1
1 ABACAN, GARETH WAYNE ARROGANTE 2 ABACON, LOURDES PADUA 3 ABAD, IVY MIMSY MOSQUEDA 4 ABAD, JULIE ANN MONTOYA 5 ABAD, MARCELO JR ECHENIQUE 6 ABAD, RAMON BARTOLABAC 7 ABAD, RHEALYNNE RAMIREZ 8 ABAD, ROMARICO JR MALAMUG 9 ABADIANO,...
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION Part 2
1001 BEADO, MARK JOSEPH PILIEN 1002 BEATO, AVA MAUREEN CASANO 1003 BECBEC, ROXANNE KAYE REMOLLO 1004 BECKA, RENALYN JOSE 1005 BECKER, OLIVIA SALVADOR 1006 BEDAYO, KATHYRN SANCHEZ 1007 BEGONIA, OLIVE MANANGAN 1008 BEHIS, JOHN JOHN...
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION Part 3
2001 CRUZ, MARIA FABIANA AMABEL SIONGCO 2002 CRUZ, MARIA JONILLEN ESPIRITU 2003 CRUZ, MARIA KATRINA LANDIG 2004 CRUZ, MARINELA CODILLA 2005 CRUZ, MARISSA CARINO 2006 CRUZ, MARK ANTHONY AGUSTIN 2007 CRUZ, MELVIN CRUZ 2008 CRUZ,...
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION Part 4
3001 GABIANA, KRISTINA BIANCA ARIPAL 3002 GABINO, MAYANN ACOCOS 3003 GABION, CARMELO JR JURADO 3004 GABIONZA, HELEN BARBARILLO 3005 GABIOSA, ROLLA LOQUIAS 3006 GABOR, RUTHERFORD BANEZ 3007 GABRIEL, DRENA CAPARAS 3008 GABRIEL, JINKY...
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION Part 5
4001 LIMIT, HOWARD HUGH MANATAD 4002 LIMJUICO, MARIE CHARISSE CALALANG 4003 LIMOSO, AL EDWARD OMAR PEDROSO 4004 LIMPIN, MA ROSARIO MENDOZA 4005 LINATOC, MA LUISA PINKY CASAL 4006 LINATOC-RAMISO, IRENE CASAL 4007 LINCUNA, QUENNIE DIAM...
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION Part 6
5001 OGAN, RAYMOND RELAMPAGOS 5002 OGUES, BEVERLY MALADO 5003 OIDA, CAROLYN CAPORADO 5004 OINEZA, MARY ANN MANITAS 5005 OJEDA, JOSELYN GARCIA 5006 OJEDA, MARICOR LOUISE CARONONGAN 5007 OLAGUER, CATHERINE TISON 5008 OLAGUER, ROLAN...
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION Part 7
6001 ROSALES, RONA MAY RIOFLORIDO 6002 ROSARIO, AILEEN VINLUAN 6003 ROSARIO, JOSEPHINE TILA 6004 ROSARIO, LOURDALYN BAYSIC 6005 ROSARIO, MARIA VERINA DOMINGO 6006 ROSARIO, RODNEY ALLAN DE LA CRUZ 6007 ROSARIO, ROSANNA RAMOS 6008...
Of Spoofing and That E-Mail Isn't from Me
Byline: Peachy Limpin Over the last couple of months I have been receiving a lot of legitimate looking e-mails, some from familiar e-mail addresses, with equally legitimate subject lines, and more often than not have attachments to it in three of...
Opening Pages; in the Works at Webworks OS
Byline: Peachy Limpin Webworks OS is a pretty new player in the software development field having been incorporated in the US in January 2003 and in the country only last October 2003. Though its a US-based company, operations are entirely conducted...
Pain Relief Is Priority in Treatment of Gout
In the management of gout, its important to help gout sufferers alleviate pain with proper pain medication. The reason why gout patients go to the hospital is because they are in pain. That is why it is important for medical specialists to prioritize...
Paragua, Dableo No Match to Super GMs
International Masters Mark Paragua and Ronald Dableo bowed out of the 2004 World Chess Championship Sunday after dropping their matches with the black pieces against separate opponents in Tripoli, Libya. Needing only a draw to advance following...
PBA Semifinalists Went through Difficult Times
Byline: dennis principe and noli cruz OUTSIDE LOOKING in, Alaska coach Tim Cone saw one parallelism with the four teams left standing going into the Final Four of the Gran Matador PBA Fiesta Conference. Every team has its story, Cone mused. ...
Peso Rallies, Stocks Gain after Completion of Canvass
The peso rallied against the U.S. dollar yesterday after falling to record low last Friday and stocks rose as investors welcomed President Gloria Arroyos fresh six-year term in office, relieved that the congressional tally of votes has been completed...
Profit from Dirt Road
RP has 79 provinces that badly need good roads to transport people, farm products, and all items of commerce. Only the main roads and expressways are classified as first class, such as concrete and asphalt roads. Members of Congress have pork funds...
Regada: Annual Cavite City Water Festival
Byline: DEL VILLANUEVA Cavite Citys party loving people are now on the midst of elaborate preparations for the Annual Cavite City Water Festival or popularly known as REGADA. The festivals moniker was derived from the Spanish word "regar" which...
Rising above Partisan Bias
UP to the last crucial stages of the electoral process, it is possible that public consternation may still persist but at least the long trial at the canvass of votes is over or is it? The hope is that, barring any deliberate hitches, the joint...
Roundup
Luzon Army infantry on the spot MALOLOS CITY Army troopers based in San Miguel town may be pulled-out in this province in the event that complaints of alleged abuses are verified. The chairman of the Bulacan Sangguniang Panlalawigan (SP) committee...
Saline Tilapia Has Many Advantages
One of the significant developments in fisheries is the development of more saline-tilapia not only by the private sector but also by researchers of the government. Just like what the group of Westly Rosario has done and continues to do. Rosario...
SAMSUNG D410 Cellular Phone; A GREAT CAMERA!
Byline: Barbie L. Atienza Its high-tech look with its larger than usual and oh so colorful LCD display and all metal body never fails to impress onlookers. It looks so professional, it's almost intimidating. It is a little too bulky to be really...
Sarah Brightman Defined Some 'Pre-Concert Thoughts' from Filipino Fans
A star, they say, must be a study in contradictions; someone mysterious and seemingly difficult to define. If thats the case, Sarah Brightman who will bring "Harem 2004 World Tour" to the covered court of ULTRA tomorrow, June 23 strongly qualifies!...
Serve So as to Be of Use
A SAGE who has since been canonized as a saint used to give an exhortation in Spanish, which loosely translated into English goes as follows: "To be useful, serve!" We should take this exhortation to heart as we consider the moral re-orientation that...
Siemens Mobile Opens Makati Service Center
Byline: Allan D. Francisco One more reason for Siemens mobile phone users to feel good about owning one of those finely crafted, German-engineered mobile phonesSiemens mobile opened a Siemens Mobile Care Center, its third in the country and the...
SM Foundation Fetes Scholars
SM Foundation recently honored this year's batch of graduate's from its College Scholarship Program at the Megatrade Hall at the SM Megamall. No less than SM Founder and Chairman Henry Sy, Sr. graced the occasion to meet and congratulate this year's...
Solons Clash on Maguindanao CoC; Only 1 Certificate Tallied; Administration Lawmakers Want Saturday Session
Byline: BEN R. ROSARIO Hobbled by the withdrawal of lawyers and lengthy debates, the 22-man Congressional Joint Committee was able to tabulate only one Certificate of Canvass (CoC), its lowest in 11 days of canvassing, as the solons clashed over...
SSC Tries to Avert Playoff in V-League
SAN SEBASTIAN hopes to formalize its entry into the semifinal round of the Shakeys V-League in a game over early semifinalist University of Santo Tomas even as Far Eastern U tries to live another day against Lyceum in the penultimate playdate of the...
Taiwan Firm to Build Chemical Plant in Subic
Coin Chemical Industrial Co. Ltd., a part of Taiwanese conglomerate, has been granted by Subic Freeport authorities to operate an environment-friendly chemical processing plant in a three-hectare factory site at the Subic Bay Industrial Park (SBIP)....
Tao of Programming; Being Pinoy
Byline: Paul Vergel My memory of June 12, Independence Day, will always include the centennial fireworks over Manila Bay. That day back in 1998, my then girlfriend, now wife, and I joined the multitude in Roxas Boulevard to celebrate 100 years...
The Golden Rule; Matthew 7:6, 12-14
JESUS said to His disciples, "Do not give what is holy to dogs, or throw your pearls before swine, lest they trample them underfoot, and turn and tear you to pieces. "Do to others whatever you would have them do to you. This is the law and the prophets....
THE PTA GENERAL MANAGER; Dean Barbers Some Unforgettable Vignettes
To this date; we remember him as a man who is no stranger to conflict. Evidence the city of Makati would not forget that he was that feisty young city councilor who filed more than a thousand cases against former Makati Mayor Jejomar Jojo Binay. Can...
THE QUEST CORNER; Your Laptop's Brain
Byline: Timmy Magalang When choosing the hardware you want for your laptop you must be sure about your computing needs. By being sure about your needs you will avoid cases like expecting performance from your laptop way beyond its capacity or wasting...
Tie for 6th Earns Jenny P2.1 Million
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP, New Jersey (AFP) Taking advantage of the par-fives, Jennifer Rosales shot a three-under par 68 on Sunday and booked her second top 10 finish of the season in the $1.3 million Shoprite Classic. Rosales, one of the longest hitters...
Wendell Ramos: A Father First, Then an Actor!
Byline: Walden Sadiri Last Sunday was Fathers Day and its every fathers wish to be with his children on this special day. Actor Wendell Ramos however couldnt possibly have his wish fulfilled because his firstborn, seven-year-old Wendell, is in the...
White House Delegation to Attend Inaugural of New RP President
Byline: JOSEPH G. LARIOSA CHICAGO, Illinois Veterans Affairs Secretary Anthony J. Principi will head an eight-man delegation, which will represent US President George W. Bush, that will attend the inaugural of the new Philippine president on June...