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NOTICE

In compliance with article 17, E.O. 209, NOTICE is hereby served to the public that the following have applied for a marriage license with the office:

OR NO.
NAME OF APPLICANT AGE RESIDENCE NAME OF PARENTS
3048435 BIENVENIDO JR. J. BACTOL 29 LANGUB, KALUNASAN, CEBU CITY BIENVENIDO E. BACTOL
YOLANDA I. JACABAN
FLORA MAY A. GABUTAN 34 GUADALUPE, CEBU CITY EDWARDO T. GABUTAN
LUCRECIA G. AYING
288987 GANG MO KIM 40 102-306 BOKSAGOL DRANCHAE APT. SONGNAE BUCHONSI GYUNGIDO MAN YEK KIM (DEC.)
JIN JA KANG
KATRINA ANN N. PALILEO 23 145-A RIZAL AVENUE EXTENSION, CABREROS ST., BASAK, CEBU CITY JOSEPH IAN V. PALILEO
EDNA A. NOGUERRA
3071185 BRYAN JAMES P. TE 27 19 FOREST HILLS, BANAWA, CEBU CITY JIMMY L. TE
PAMELA C. PATALINGHUG
LEAH GRACE N. LIM 28 19 FOREST HILLS, BANAWA, CEBU CITY CHEE SING TAN LIM
CHAY HA WOO NG
3071162 ELIZER O. RECLA 25 282-ST. PAUL ST., HIPODROMO, CEBU CITY WILLIAM M. RECLA
ELIZABETH Y. ONG
GERALDINE E. DEJITO 25 LABOGON, MANDAUE CITY PABLITO P. DEJITO
ALMEDA L. ENCINA
3071153 PAMILIO P. GRIPO 40 53-A GEN. LOREGA ST., CEBU CITY PABLO O. GRIPO (DEC.)
MILAGROS D. PESTAÑO
ROSEVILLA A. MEJARES 31 53-A GEN. LOREGA ST., CEBU CITY JOSE T. MEJARES
ROSITA B. ADANG
3071160 GERZZON A. CARULASAN 23 ATABAY, ALCOY, CEBU CELSO D. CARULASAN
GENARA A.CARULASAN
CARMELA P. ENCLONAR 28 LABANGON, A. LOPEZ ST., CEBU CITY MANUEL A. ENCLONAR
LUCIA C. PEPITO
3036746 CELSO C. VELARDE 22 SALINAS DRIVE, LAHUG, CEBU CITY GUILLERMO G. VELARDE
NECITAS G. CARZON
WILMA P. GENEROSA 39 SALINAS DRIVE, LAHUG, CEBU CITY TEOFILO C. GENEROSA
MARIA P. PEDROSA
3071152 CARLBIE N. CABAÑEZ 29 N. ESCARIO ST., PUROK 4 UPPER, BARANGAY KAMPUTHAW, CEBU CITY CARLOS C. CABAÑEZ
VIRGIE S. NAGUITA
IBARRA D. SAREN 28 N. ESCARIO ST., PUROK 4 UPPER, BARANGAY KAMPUTHAW, CEBU CITY INOCENCIO A. SAREN
CRESENCIA A. DUPIO

ANY PERSON HAVING KNOWLEDGE OF ANY LEGAL IMPEDIMENT TO SUCH MARRIAGE WILL PLEASE ADVISE THE CITY CIVIL REGISTRAR WITHIN TEN DAYS FROM DATE HEREOF.
Sept. 26, 2012, Cebu City, Philippines.

(Sgd.) ATTY. EVANGELINE T. ABATAYO
City Civil Registrar

Date Filed: September 26, 2012
Approved Posting Period Start: September 27, 2012
                                    End: Oct. 06, 2012
Release Date: Oct. 08, 2012

POLICY STATEMENT RELATING TO THE RESULTS OF THE CONGRESSIONAL FACT-FINDING
THAT OFW’S IN SAUDI ARABIA ARE WORKING UNDER
“VIRTUAL SLAVERY”

 

  1. In view of the recent pronouncements and as confirmed by the Congressional Fact-finding mission that indeed, there are many overseas Filipino workers that work under “virtual slavery”, as Mayor of the City of Cebu, I would like to remind everybody concerned that it has been an adopted police of our administrator that the Cebu City Government shall endeavor for the promotion and protection of Cebuano workers, whether local or abroad.

  2. For this matter, I am now instructing the Department of Manpower Development and Placement of our job’s fair and placement program which I have already approved. This year’s approved jobs fair program will target around 600 to 800 jobs for local employment. A total of 4 local jobs fair will be conducted which will bring about some 2, 400 to 3, 200 jobs. The local jobs fair will not start later than March 2011 and will last until November 2011 while the overseas job fair will be done to coincide with out Labor Day Celebration on May 1.

  3. For the overseas jobs fair we do have job order openings from countries such as UK, Taiwan, Singapore, Japan, Australia and even the Middle East including Saudi Arabia. However, considering the recent findings of the Congressional Fact Finding Mission, as Mayor of Cebu City, and in the performance of the government’s bounden duty as parens patriae, I am inclined to exclude in the jobs fair the Middle East offers even as I also personally strongly discourage our Cebuano workers from going to countries where it’s been known for OFW experience flagrant violations of the contract much less, virtual slavery until such time that a fitting solution to the problem had been put in place by the National Government.

  4. On the aspect of responding to the needs of our Cebuano people who may have become victims to these abuses, if there are any, I am giving instructions to the Department of Social Welfare and Services as well as with our Human Resource Department and the City Health Department to formulate and implement a comprehensive program to assist and extend help to the possible victims of labor abuse. I am instruction this concerned City Government Offices to coordinate closely with the Department of Labor and Employment to be able to come up with a coordinated effort and viable program for assistance.

  5. The welfare of the Cebuano people, in particular the Cebu City constituents have always been this administration’s primordial concern. As a long time industrial relations practitioner, and now as Mayor of Cebu City, it is always my passion to look at the labor force with respect and compassion, they being considered as “Heroes”.

  6. Nonetheless, the government can only do so much. Slavery, like human trafficking, being a menace to society, is definitely everybody’s concern. Thus, I enjoin all right-minded people in the City of Cebu, particularly the employers to practice the right values of sharing and caring. For without labor there could be also no management. Its not all profit, especially profiting at the expense of other. What is primordial is profit with conscience.


CEBU CITY GOVERNMENT
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