CLARK FREEPORT, Pampanga – First District Rep. Carmelo “Tarzan” Lazatin has written Robert Iger, chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Company based in Burbank, California, USA, to ask him to consider Clark for their next Walt Disney park, saying that Clark’s 4,400 hectare main zone and 27,600-hectare subzone will be the best place for a new Disneyland.
“Aside from the huge space it provides, the Clark Freeport Zone can be an attractive destination for Disneyland theme park because of the tax-free privileges given to locators,” said Lazatin in his letter dated April 11.
Lazatin also cited Clark International Airport, world-class airport which is expected to serve at least P1.6-million passengers this year.
B-MEG BARGES INTO FINALS April 17, 2012
B-MEG'S road to redemption is wide open. The Llamados rode the able back of Denzel Bowles during spirited spurts in handily beating Barangay Ginebra 108-84 Tuesday and advancing to the PBA Commissioner's Cup finals at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Bowles finished with gamehighs of 34 points and 14 rebounds and totally outplayed the Jackson Vroman-led Kings frontline in leading B-Meg to a 3-1 victory in the best-of-five semifinals duel.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — After three decades of space service, NASA’s oldest and most traveled shuttle, Discovery, began its new life as a museum relic Tuesday with one final takeoff.
Discovery departed Florida’s Kennedy Space Center at daybreak Tuesday aboard a modified jumbo jet bound for Washington, where it will become a Smithsonian exhibit.
Nearly 2,000 people — former shuttle workers, VIPs, tourists and journalists — gathered along the old shuttle landing strip to see Discovery off. A cheer went up as the plane taxied down the runway and soared into a clear sky.
The plane and shuttle headed south and made one last flight over the beaches of Cape Canaveral — thousands jammed the shore for a glimpse of Discovery — then returned to the space center in a final salute. Cheers erupted once more as the pair came in low over the runway it had left 20 minutes earlier and finally turned toward the north.
The Wonders of Valderrama, Antique, Philippines April 16, 2012
Valderrama is a 4th class municipality in the province of Antique, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 17,874 people in 3,378 households. The municipality was named after Spanish governor-general Manuel Blanco Valderrama. Government officials today are Mayor Hon. Mary Joyce Roquero (May 14, 2007)
Valderrama is politically subdivided into 22 barangays.