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~Municipality Of Calatrava~Calatrava was named after the city of La Mancha in Central Spain. An ancient fortress in the middle ages, it was also given the Military Orders of Spain, famous for its so-called Cruz de Calatrava and considered as one of the highest decorations given by the King of Spain. Calatrava at one point was forced to become a barrio when the administerial form of government was transferred to San Carlos, formerly known as "Nabingkalan" in 1906.The latter used to be "arrabal" or barrio of Calatrava.Calatrava fought for its identity and regained its township status on October 4, 1924. This was achieved through the political representation of Cebuanos led by Alipio Villarante. When the town held its first elections in 1932, Don Antonio Menchaca was elected as the first municipal president. The municipality of Calatrava is bounded in the north by the municipality of Toboso and the city of Sagay, in the south by the city of Sagay, in the east by the Tañon Strait and in the west by the city of San Carlos and the municipality of Don Salvador Benedicto.Calatrava is a 1st class municipality in the province of Negros Occidental, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 74,623 people in 15,151 households. The current mayor is Boy Baguio. Calatrava at one point was forced to become a barrio when the administerial form of government was transferred to San Carlos, formerly known as Nabingkalan in 1906. The latter used to be an arrabal or barrio of Calatrava. The town today is a known source of limestone and coal as well as of woven products. It is also a sanctuary for a tribe of wild monkeys who have become friendly to people especially those with food to share. == == == == Calatrava is politically subdivided into 40 barangays. * Agpangi * Ani-e * Bagacay* Bantayanon * Buenavista * Cabungahan * Calampisawan * Cambayobo * Castellano * Cruz * Dolis * Hilub-Ang * Hinab-Ongan* Ilaya * Laga-an * Lalong * Lemery * Lipat-on * Lo-ok (Pob.) * Ma-aslob * Macasilao * Malanog * Malatas * Marcelo* Mina-utok * Menchaca * Minapasuk * Mahilum * Paghumayan * Pantao * Patun-an * Pinocutan * Refugio * San Benito * San Isidro * Suba (Pob.) * Telim* Tigbao * Tigbon * Winaswasan ~Short place name information~ Location Name Type Alternative Name: Calatrava Name Type: Native Area / State: Negros Occidental Coordinates & Location Type Area Type: Populated place Location Type: Populated PlaceLatitude: 10.59694 Longitude: 123.4781 Latitude (DMS): 10° 35' 49 N Longitude (DMS): 123° 28' 41 EMaps & Location database updated: 2004-02-27 San Carlos City was formerly named Nabingkalan, deriving its name from Nabingka, a beautiful daughter of a chieftain of the Negrito settlement in the area, who ruled the barrio during the early part in the 17th century. She was famous for her loveliness and mental and physical prowess. After her death, the people mourned for two years, and to perpetuate her memory, named the barrio Nabingkalan. The settlement was later bought by Carlos Apurado from Badian, Cebu, who, with the help of fellow pioneers, developed the settlement into a thriving Christian village. Fragments of written history show that in 1856, the Island of Buglas (Negros), as a politico-military province under Spain, was divided into two provinces, West Negros under Iloilo and East Negros under Cebu. The barrio of Nabingkalan under Calatrava, was under the jurisdiction of Iloilo. Señor Don Emilio Saravia, the first political-military governor in the island during the Spanish era, renamed the place and established it as a pueblo. San Carlos prospered through the years, however, the village lost its pueblo category, and in 1890, when Negros Island was divided into Negros Occidental and Negros Oriental, San Carlos was recorded as an arrabal or barrio of Calatrava (Hilub-ang). On October 16, 1898, a parish priest of Calatrava, then the township under which jurisdiction Nabingkalan, was a barrio, visited the place. He found it more prosperous than the town proper. So he assembled the cabezas de barangay and after a short conference, decided to name the new town San Carlos, in honor of the Patron Saint of the barrio, Saint Carlos Borromeo, whose feast day was November 4, and on that same day, the seat of the town was transferred to San Carlos. During the first years of the American occupation of the Philippines, the economic and social pace of the activities of the people were gauged on the movements of the big landholders and Spaniards in the lowlands. In 1903, the political arena was a hot place, it being the first taste of the Filipinos to elect their own leaders. In 1912, when a sugar central was constructed, the economic life of the people was greatly enhanced. The political activities, however, was closely woven with that of Calatrava, until 1925, when Calatrava was organized into a municipality. From 1899 to the last days of the administration of the municipality of San Carlos, the following persons have served as presidentes and mayors, and have contributed in one way or another to the progress of the town: == * Agustin Ylagan (4 terms) * Bernardino Lazanas * Domingo Medina (2 terms) * Eugenio Antonio, Jr. * Fausto Caballero * Jose Cervantes * Juan P. Broce (2 terms) * Pelagio Carbajosa * Vicente Atienza * Vicente Flores == * Antonio Azcona (in the occupied area) * Anacleto Factoran (in the free area) * Juan P. Broce == * Constancio Rabacal (2 Terms) * Constancio Rabacal (Appointed) * Dominador Zaragoza (Appointed) * Eugenio Antonio, Jr. (Appointed) * Gregorio R. Reonisto (OIC-1987) * Sofronio C. Carmona The First World War encouraged the people of San Carlos to produce more sugar-producing crops. After the armistice in 1917, the planters who produced more sugar had their wealth greatly increased because of the new price of sugar never before enjoyed by the planters. During World War I, many sons of San Carlos volunteered to fight for the United States, but a few months later, were sent back home because of the armistice.San Carlos was actively involved on the war efforts againts Imperial Japan during The Second World War (World War II). Presumably, a month after the surrender of Negros to the Japanese Imperial Forces, the Guerrilla Movement began in San Carlos and Calatrava. As early as June 15, 1942, Guerilla Units under the leadership of Capt. Eugenio Antonio,Jr., Lt. Leonardo Marane and Lt. Alfredo Valdivia assisted by the Philippine Commonwealth Military Troops began operations against the enemy. Pitch battles were fought within the environs of the "poblacion". In spite of the presence of Maj. Edward McClenahan, a US Army officer, separate Guerrilla Units were scattered in the area under different Commanders. The American Major was not able to establish a formal chain-of-command among the different Guerilla Factions effectively. There were even skirmish fightings among each other, not by words but by gun fires. The return of some local USAFFE officers to San Carlos, the guerrilla movement was formally organized into fighting units under USAFFE Capts. Catalino D. Rivera, Eugenio Antonio, Jr. and Loreto Y. Apuhin, together with Lts. Florencio C. Yap and Andres L. Arrogante, the bands of roving guerrillas in San Carlos were consolidated under one command. Young College Students in their early teens (just barely enought to carry rifles) joined the ranks and fought bravely face-to-face against the Japanese. Notable among them were: Mansueto D. Quijote, Sr., Odon Requieron, Sr., Vidal Bordaje and Rodick Diaz, all of them "College Boys".Professionals on their own rights, later join the cause,namely; Eufemio A. Parana and Paul G. Gores, Lawyers: DominadorCejalvo, Engineer; Carlos M. Madrazo, Chemist; Eugenio Antonio, Jr., Labor Leader and Chemist; Pedro T. Algarme, College Professor; and later, Oscar A. Quisumbing, Arturo A. Cruz, Physicians and Lt. Fernando D. Estampador. In the war fronts of Bataan and Mindanao, several sons of San Carlos made their supreme sacrifices. One of the most ill-fated son of San Carlos who saw action in Bataan fighting side by side with the Americans; wounded by gun fire; suffered "rifle-butt-strikes" on his chest by Japanese Soldiers, and was among the thousands of Filipinos and American Troops in the infamous "DEATH MARCH OF BATAAN", was a least known Philippine Scout Ranger "Dadoy Garcia". He was never recognized by the Philippine Government nor the US Government for his gallantry during the Second World War, although numerous attempts were made by the local Philippine-American Legion for his recognition. His War Service Records and Military Documents were lost in transition. In the early part of 1980, our Hero died of Tuberculosis - penniless, suffered humiliation, and with so much pain in his heart; but never regretfull of his bravery, particularly his service to United States Army fighting against the atrocities of the Japanese Imperial Army as member of the Philippine Scouts.In March 1945, San Carlos saw action, when the Philippine Commonwealth forces and local guerrilla units under the over-all command of Col. Ernesto S. Mata, attacked the Japanese garrison in the compound of San Carlos Milling Company and succeeded in driving away the Japanese Army, at the cost of the life of Lt. Alfredo Valdivia. Among those who survived to tell the story were: Capt. Epifanio D. Liberal, Capt. Dominador Justiniani, Capt. Porferio A. Villaflor, Lts. Teodulfo Limas, Crescencio C. Portuguez, Florencio C. Yap, Andres L. Arrogante, Nestorio L. Layumas, Federico Legaspina, Sgt. Simplicio Algarme, Capt. Eugenio Antonio, Jr., 2nd Lt. Mansueto D. Quijote, Sr. and some other enlisted men. The first post war election found the town a Liberal. In 1953, the Nacionalista wrested the power from the Liberals. The consensus of opinions has it that for the present, it is yet difficult to dethrone the local party in power. By Virtue of R.A. No. 2643, the Municipality of San Carlos was converted into the City of San Carlos on July 1, 1960. The City inherited from the Municipality numerous improvements hitherto unprecedented in the history of the town. The improvements were introduced by the last municipal administration under Mayor Sofronio Carmona. The usual experience of a new city during the transition period was fraught with crisis. The new City of San Carlos excepted from this rule. The effort exerted by Mayor Carmona in meeting the obligations of the city in the form of salaries of newly created offices and the implementation of WAPCO increases of the intermediate school teachers were overcome. ~Social Services~The Social Sector discusses the health, educational, social welfare, sports and recreation, housing and protective services concerns of the City.The social development program of Bacolod City focuses on the basic social services in support of the national government's thrusts with emphasis on poverty reduction and housing program for the squatters and homeless families.The major goal of this sector is: Accessible, effective and efficient social services to all Bacolenos through government support and community participation to achieve a better quality of life for all.Among the major programs and projects of the Social Sector are the following: · Reproductive Health and Family Planning Program · Gender Equality and Women Empowerment Program· Socialized Housing Project 2001-2010 · Construction and upgrading of health facilities · Acquisition of health equipment · Skills upgrading program · Public information and outreach program · Construction of Bacolod City College Building · Facilities, Equipment Acquisition Program · Protective Services Manpower and Resource Upgrading · Intensified Campaign Programs Against Drug Use · Institutional Development Program for Social Welfare · Street Children Program · Construction of Sports and Recreation Facilities · Sports and Recreation Program = Food Security and Environmental Protection Development Program = Priority: Infrastructure and investment program that will support Agricultural Development to ensure Food Security and Environmental Protection. 1.) Budget for Agriculture will be increased2.) Improve Provincial Land Use Program implementation3.) Food Security Program: * Increase capacity in rice and other basic food * Protect and preserve fresh water and marine fishing zone * Define shellfish farming areas * Support integrated pest management initiative * Support farm based technical demonstration projects * Develop local poultry and livestock industry * Provide incentives for fruit/vegetable farming Daan Lungsod Cave in Sitio Daan Lungsod is about 300 meters from the main highway. The cave measures 75 meters deep. Bagacay Cave is about 8 kilometers from the town proper. Mat weaving inside this cave has been a source of living of the residents. PalauBeach Resort offers overnight accommodations. It has a restaurant and it is accessible anytime of the day.Century-old Roman Catholic Church of Calatrava was built in year 1880. Situated in the town proper, it is the center of worship for all catholic devotees. Monkey Sanctuaryin Sitio Palinpinon, Barangay Pagumayon is home of hundreds of wild monkeys. These monkeys are people-friendly but very territorial in nature. They thrived on the food brought by visitors and tourists.-Your name's Joshua Sim -My Friendster Profile? heheh... you can type on you web browser