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NONOY LECHON SERVICES OFFERED OUT OF TOWN ORDER VOL. 2, No. 247 Cagayan de Oro City Monday March 4, 2013 P10.00 For more details, contact Tel. No.: 309-5276 Hermilino Villalon Cynthia Villar ranks no. 4 in latest SWS survey NACIONALISTA Party (NPTeam PNoy) senatorial candidate Cynthia Villar on Tuesday said she is thankful for the encouraging result of the survey after she jumped to the No. 4 ranking from 8-9 in preference on senatorial candidates based on the latest survey by Social Weather Station (SWS) covering the period of February 15-17. “This further encourages, energizes and inspires me to bring Livelihood Assistance for residents of Barangay Sta Elena, Iligian City. my message across through my advocacies and platform of continued service to more people,” said Villar who authored and sponsored several bills to protect the interests of women, children and the Filipino family during her stint as congresswoman for nine years. Villar, popularly known as “Misis Hanep Buhay,” has been campaigning on her platform of providing jobs to the Filipino people especially women. “I am happy that Filipinos appreciate my efforts to help them,” further stressed Villar, also managing director of the Villar Foundation. The Villar Foundation has been helping our distressed OFWs for the over 20 years. Villar also thanked the public for the ‘vote of confidence’ and vowed not only to continue but hasten the delivery of livelihood projects to provides jobs and augment the income of Filipino families. Few schools seek tuition hike in ‘Pablo’ hit areas By Lorie Ann Cascaro of DAVAO City––Of the 26 higher educational institutions (HEI) in the Davao region that applied for tuition fee increase for school year 2013-2014, only five came from the provinces badly devastated by super typhoon “Pablo,” an official said Friday. UNA CAMPAIGN SORTIE. Cagayan de Oro City Mayor Vicente Y. Emano (center) cam- paigns for the senatorial candidates of the United Nationalist Alliance during a motorcade around the city on Sunday. With Emano on the car is Nancy Binay (right) and former senators Juan Miguel Zubiri and Ernesto Maceda. A political rally held in the evening capped the day’s activity of the UNA and Padayon Pilipino candidates. Photo by Gerry Lee Gorit Dr. Raul C. Alvarez Jr., acting director of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Region 11, said in a media forum here that schools from areas affected by the typhoon had considered the economic conditions of the people in foregoing a tuition fee increase. In Davao Oriental, one of the badly hit provinces, not a single college or university had sought a tuition fee hike, he said. Four schools in Davao del Norte and another in Compostela Valley applied for a tuition fee increase, Alvarez added. Based on a CHED primer distributed to reporters, this city posted the highest number of schools that applied for tuition fee increase at 19. ‘We can still stop this war,’ says Misuari on the Sabah standoff says he is willing to mediate on the tension between Malaysia and the Sultanate of DAVAO City––Nur Misuari, Sulu on the disputed island chair of the Moro National of Sabah, where violence Liberation Front (MNLF) erupted after a clash beBy Cheryll D. Fiel of J.P. RIZAL - CRUZ TAAL STS., (NEAR SHANGHAI BAKERY) DIVISORIA, CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY Two others from Davao del Sur sought the same. “The city has many applications for tuition fee increase as there is relatively a “good working condition” here as it was not gravely affected by Pablo,” Alvarez said. Davao region has a total of 80 HEIs with 92 campuses, according to him. He said that results for the tuition fee petitions would be known after the April 1 deadline. A total of 45 HEIs increased tuition fees for school year 2012-2013, 26 of them from the city, eight from Davao del Sur, nine from Davao del Norte, and one each from Davao Oriental and Compostela Valley, CHED data showed. AREAS | page 15 tween the Sultanate’s police force and the Malaysian army. He said he is willing to go to Sabah and standoff | page 15 Editorial: e-mail: • 72-33-44, 856-3344 Advertising: e-mail: Contact cell nos.: 0917-7121424, 0947-8935776

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