Mambusao veteran thinker takes over

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A veteran woodpusher Francisco Lamayo Jr. of Mambusao, Capiz clinched the elusive chess title after he scored a perfect 7.0 points over more than 100 participants in a chess tournament organized by the Capiznon Chess Club, Inc. held at the Robinsons Place in Roxas City, March 5.

Francisco Lamayo Jr.

Lamayo, a public school teacher in Mambusao town and a many time champion of a local tournament held in the province of Capiz.

Ed Basilonia
Ed Basilonia
a veteran journalist for more than two decades. He wrote for almost all local newspapers in the province as well as for a national daily as a correspondent. Ed was also the head of the Capiz Provincial Press Bureau for two governors. He was the head of the press bureau when they won as the best information office of an LGU in Western Visayas for the first time ever. He is a public relations practitioner and a media relations expert. He is now a successful businessman but has retained his love for writing.

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