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WEATHER UPDATE INSIDE TODAY AS of 2 p.m. yesterday, a Low Pressure Area (LPA) was estimated based on satellite and surface data at 270 km east of Hinatuan City, Surigao Del Sur (7.8°N, 128.9°E). Southwest monsoon affecting Northern and Central Luzon. Eastern Visayas and the whole Mindanao will have mostly cloudy skies with scattered rainshowers and thunderstorms. The rest of the country will be partly cloudy to cloudy with isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms. Moderate to strong winds blowing from the southwest will prevail over Luzon and Visayas and from the southwest to west over Mindanao. The coastal waters throughout the archipelago will be moderate to rough. ‘Flyers’ hit streets of Davao against broadcasters SOURCE : PAGASA PAGE 3 PAGE 2 Veterans Bank Directors elected PAGE 4 PAGE 5 Misor’s winning gubernatorial candidates DOH releases new guidelines on discounts for elderly NONOY LECHON SERVICES OFFERED OUT OF TOWN ORDER VOL. 2, No. 30 Cagayan de Oro City Friday June 22, 2012 P10.00 For more details, contact Tel. No.: 309-5276 HERMILINO VILLALON Manager Dad blasts Emano on market lease contract By ED N. MALIZA, Correspondent OPPOSITION Councilor Edgar Cabanlas blasted Cagayan de Oro Mayor Vicente Emano saying the lease contract agreement between the city government and a businessman over the second floor of Carmen market has no proper review. Cabanlas issued the statement after he learned that Emano will cancel the lease contract between the city and a certain Jacky Cheng immediately after June 25. “Wala gayud lantawa pag-ayo ni Mayor Emano unsa ang sangpotan sa ilang kontrata sa langyaw kay midangat man sa ingon niini. Nagpirma lang kini si Emano nga walay proper review,” councilor said. Earlier, Cheng inked an agreement with the city government to rent the whole second floor of the Carmen market where the P250million Unitop Department Store and Supermarket is located and some portion BLASTS/PAGE 7 WBO judges decide Pacquiao won handily AT least 1,800 cubic meters of illegally cut lawaan logs with an estimate value of P14-million from the municipalities of Loreto and Trento in Agusan del Sur now impounded at the Tagum City motor pool under the custody of City Mayor Rey Uy. Photo Supplied By Ronnie Nathanielsz of the THE five independent judges picked by the World Boxing Organization Championship Committee to review the tape of the Manny Pacquiao-Timothy Bradley title fight on which Pacquiao lost his WBO welterweight title in a split decision that drew worldwide condemnation, has scored the fight overwhelmingly for Pacquiao. WBO President Francisco “Paco” Valcarcel forwarded a copy of the judges scorecards to the Manila Standard along with his letter to Nevada State Athletic Environment, eco-tourism take center stage in vice mayors’ meet By PAT SAMONTE, Regional editor-Caraga and JOEL PORTUGAL, Correspondent Commission executive director Keith Kizer in which he reiterated “there is no question of our respect and high regard for the official judges. Their integrity is not in question. However, it was decided that a review of the bout should take place with a panel of five confidential judges mainly to maintain impartiality.” Valcarcel noted that DECIDE/PAGE 7 BUTUAN City––Taking as cue this city government’s intensified campaign against illegal logging and mining activities, the Vice-Mayors’ League of the Philippines has chosen for its June 20-23, 2012 VMLP Mindanao Island Congress here the theme: “Protect the Natural Environment, Preserve Nature’s Wonders, Promote Eco-tourism.” Even league president Francisco “Isko” Moreno of Manila praised Butuan City Mayor Ferdinand Amante, Jr. and ViceMayor Lawrence Lemuel Fortun for their “uncompromising stand” against “logging ban violators and illegal mining operations” in his speech during the assembly’s opening ceremonies on Wednesday evening at Dottie’s Place. In a press conference prior to the welcome rites, Moreno gave credit to Fortun for the Congress’ focus on environment protection and eco-tourism promotion. “He came to the (VMLP) executive committee meeting to present his proposal complete with laptop, documents and data. The presentation was convincing and the MEET/PAGE 7 RURAL TRANSIT BACHELOR EXPRESS “First in Service, Foremost in Fleet Maintenance” Editorial: 72-33-44, e-mail: • Advertising: 0917-7121424, e-mail:


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