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BFAR CAUTION ON EATING “TAHONG”

Red tide spread to other Samar waters By : SARWELL Q.MENIANO

TACLOBAN CITY-The red tide toxins has now spread to the seawaters of Catbalogan and Calbayog cities, prompting the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) to warn the public to refrain from gathering, eating and selling shellfish, particularly green mussel (tahong) from these bays. BFAR Regional Director Juan Albaladejo said IrongIrong Bay in Catbalogan and waters off Calbayog are now positive of the red tide toxin and the situation is expected to get worse if rainfall will occur in the area. “Currents from Cambat-

utay Bay goes to nearby seawater in Catbalogan and Calbayog, thus contributing to the spread of toxins in Samar,” Albaladejo, in a mobile phone interview, told Leyte Samar Daily Express. The Cambatutay Bay

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The wonders of “Tinago Falls” A natural wonder that is the Tinago Falls which is fast emerging as a top tourist draw in Caibiran, Biliran. (SARWELL Q.MENIANO)

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Scattered thunderstorms. High 87F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 60%.

CAIBIRAN, Biliran -Rain or shine, it is worth a trip to the farming town of Caibiran in the province of Biliran, the home of Tinago Falls and Mainit Hot Spring. The enchanting sound produced by 90-feet water-

falls blended with breathtaking scenery of trees, vines, and other exotic plants make the Tinago Falls ideal for swimming, sightseeing and mere relaxation.

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Disaster management not only a concern of govt’ but community, OCD chief says

TACLOBAN CITYDisaster management is not only a concern of the government but for every individual. Thus said Director Rey Gozon of the Office of Civil Defense (OCD) as he appeal for cooperation of every sectors and individuals to help on their campaign on risk disaster management.

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Gozon, speaking during the weekly media forum “Express it at the Park” held at the Leyte Park Resort, said that an ordinary individual can help mitigate the impact of a natural disaster if he only shows his care for the environment. “Disaster management is everybody’s concern. That would mean that everybody should be involved and not only government officials,” Gozon said. to page 3

Members of the Regional Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council says the council is always prepared to meet the people’s needs in times of a disaster. In photo (left) Assistant Regional Director (ARD) Rufino Mengote (DOST), ARD Emma Sanupo (NEDA), Regional Director Rey Gozon (OCD) and ARD Virginia Idano (DSWD).


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Company to open its coco water plant in Baybay City TACLOBAN CITY - Filipino-owned SC Global Coco Products, Inc. will finally open its P200 million coconut water processing plant in Baybay City this year after it encountered delays in the transport of major equipments Emmanuel Licup, SC Global managing director said ,that the plant is now 95% complete and they are expecting to open on the second week of August, seven months later than its target on January. “We are still waiting for the delivery of remaining equipment from Europe and India. Hopefully, we will to start by August 11. That would be an ideal date for us to start the operation,” Licup said in a mobile phone interview. The official expects

the arrival of equipments anytime this month and testing will be done in one or two weeks before going into full operation. On a daily basis, the plant will need 200,000 pieces of matured nuts to produce up to 80,000 liters of coco water for shipment to the United States. Buying stations will be set up by SC Global in strategic areas of Leyte and Samar to sustain its raw material need. Licup said they are upbeat with the Western market prospect as the organic drink is an emerging competitor in the United States’ “cola wars.” “Majority of our produce will be shipped to the United States and some in Europe. It’s already covered with a marketing agreement between SC Global and a firm in the United States signed late

last year,” Licup said. Among the leading US brands of coconut water are Vita Coco, O.N.E., Zico, C2O, Coco Libre, and Harmless Harvest, according to beveragemarketing.com. In 2011, the country has produced 16,685,350 liters of coco water with an export value $15.11 million. Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA) Regional Manager Edilberto Nierva said the launching of SC Global coco water production will help the region’s coconut farmers as they become less dependent to copra. “There will be more added value to coconut aside from copra,” he said As the second biggest producer in the country, the region yields an average of two billion nuts annually with 71,709,605

Guv says Samar prov’l hospital in need of Samarnon doctors CATBALOGAN CITY – Governor ShareeAnn Tan–de los Santos had called for medical practitioners in the province of Samar to provide services in the provincial-run hospitals that now lack of medical practitioners who would render services to Samarnons. In her speech during her oath taking ceremony, the provincial governor said that facilities at the provincial hospital of Samar are now improving with the changes she made and programs implemented with the help of PhilHealth. But the problem, according to her, is the lack

of doctors that would attend to patients of the hospitals who are from their province as most of those who are serving the medical facilities are from the province of Leyte. “I call on for those who know some doctors who are from the province to help me in asking them to serve our fellow Samarnons,” said Governor Tan-de los Santos. Aside from calling for Samarnon doctors to serve at the hospital run by the provincial government, Governor Tan-de los Santos also announced that the Samar Provincial Hospital had been chosen by

the Department of Health to become the extension of Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center. This plan of the DoH, according to the lady governor, would help more patients in their province economically aside from the improvements that it will bring to the hospital from the facilities to equipment. Making Samar Provincial Hospitalas extension of EVRMC would also result in reducing the number of patients going to EVRMC, a state-run-medical facility in the region where more than 70% of its patients are from the Samar provinces. (ROEL

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bearing trees. Licup said that 80% of coconut water is being wasted in course of copra processing, sending signals of ample raw material supply for SC Global in the region. Established in 2006 in Baybay, SC Global is the world’s largest producer of organic coconut oil which exports 6,000 metric tons a month under the Bio Coco brand. To cash in on the consistent increasing demand for healthy products, SC Global also produces desiccated coconut, and virgin coconut oil. Concerned with the poor grade of the country’s coconut oil, SC Global invested P166 million for the establishment of a modern coconut oil refining facility in 2007. (SARWELL Q.MENIANO)

GSIS memorial planholders may file for refund until August 31 The Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) memorial planholders have until August 31, 2013 to request to convert their plans to cash not lower than the contract price. Dubbed GSIS Enhanced Optional Exit Mechanism (EOEM), the program allows planholders to refund their cash payments depending on the type of their memorial plan. The GSIS said EOEM is being implemented to protect the planholders from memorial servicing problems that may arise in the future, adding that the cash refund will enable the planholders to pay for their other expenses. Holders of the GSIS Genesis Flexi Plan may refund 150 percent of the plan’s contract price; those of Genesis Plus Plan may refund 125 percent; and Genesis Plan and Genesis Special Plan, 100 percent. Interested planholders

must bring to the nearest GSIS branch office the fully accomplished application form; original and photocopy of the memorial plan agreement or affidavit of loss; original and photocopy of the planholder’s two valid government-issued IDs; and certificate of full payment, if any. According to GSIS, once planholders avail of EOEM, their memorial plans will be automatically terminated. Application forms are available at any GSIS branch office or may be downloaded at www.gsis.gov.ph. For further clarifications on the exit mechanism, planholders may call the GSIS Contact Center at 847-4747. “This message contains confidential information and is intended only for the named addressee. If you are not the named addressee you should not disseminate, distribute or copy

this e-mail. Please notify the sender immediately by e-mail if you have received this e-mail by mistake and delete this e-mail from your system. E-mail transmission cannot be guaranteed to be secure or error-free as information could be intercepted, corrupted, lost, destroyed, arrive late or incomplete, or contain viruses. The sender therefore does not accept liability for any errors or omissions in the contents of this message, which arise as a result of e-mail transmission. If verification is required please request a hard-copy version.” Government Service Insurance System, Financial Center, Pasay City. (PR)


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DTI: locally produced Chips, Pastillas better than junk foods

BORONGAN CITY – Department of Trade and Indust r y (DTI) provincial caretaker, Eleanor Alido urges mothers and s cho ol canteen operators here to replace junk foods with locally produced snack items. She said this in part of the Nutrition Month celebration and as one intervention to address the malnutrition prevalence in the province.   According to her, DTI in the province takes pride on some locally made products which the office has extended assistance to in terms of processing, product costing and pricing and which can very much replace the much-f lavored junk foods in groceri e s an d i n s ar i - s ar i stores. Some reports

have it, that certain junk foods are not all safe for children’s consumption due to rich preservatives added to.   She mentioned in particular of the pastillas de Borongan, cass av a an d t aro ch ip s , biribid, buko pie, calamansi juice and concentrate even the Pineapple juice.  She stressed further that these products are sure to  meet the food quality assurance adding that DTI   instills i n t h e m i n d s of t h e producers to be always mindful of the safety standards in food handling.   “ T he y are a lw ay s told to use globes whenever they would touch the food materials”, she pointed out.   In addition, there are a ls o lo c a l ly pro-

cessed dried fish in Matarinao, Guiuan and San Policarpo towns which according to her are guaranteed clean and safe because of the kind of technical assistance they give to the familyproducers. “Usual practice in processing of Dried Fishes is usua l ly ex posed to dust, flies, and other disease carrying insects, but ours, from these local producers are guaranteed s afe”, Ms. Alido said.   Malnutrition is not always caused by inadequate food and hunger, so says Provincial Nutritionist Sally Jabinal, sometimes it is also due to parasites resulting from dirty surroundings and   unsanitar y handling of foods. (PIAEASTERN SAMAR/ ALICE NICART)

Group promotes Waray arts TACLOBAN CITY“The Waray Art Revolution (WAR) is a non-profit organization which intends to help especially the youth in exposing them in promoting the Waray art,” said Gianfranco Morciano, the organization’s vice president. Morciano said that the WAR started with an idea of supporting local artists and musicians with a five -day WAR Festival held last May 15-19, 2012. The said event encompasses all forms of art such as graffiti, film, poetry, painting and sports, to name some. There were also local bands from this city and Manila who joined the festival. On the other hand, the mini-series of WAR, No

Genre, was created to unite the Waray art scene under one roof. The No Genre 3 themed of “We are One” held at Leyte Capitol Gym on July 5, 2013 was a one night mini-series event under WAR aim to unite and present the talents of the region in different forms of art as well as to raise fund for the organization’s upcoming events, Marciano said. Moreover, the No Genre 3 is the third season of the No Genre event. This time, it is in a concert form in which it focused on the various forms of music and dances. Local bands like Island Paradise, Anteepara, Finger Works, Imburning, Eighty Eights, 053, Mad Clown and Kwadro and different local dance

groups participated in the event. In addition, Ruby Ibarra, a rap artist and a poet from California, USA but a Waraynon also performed as event’s special guest. Furthermore, the Pockit Rockit Season 2 Finals was another main event of the No Genre 3 in which rap artists challenge each other through freestyle rapping while the winner was determined through crowd’s decision. “I’m looking forward to the growth of the organization that we can achieve more and discover more talents,” Morciano said. “We, as the youth, should support and preserve our own culture,” he added. (MARY GRACE

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lenge now is how to encourage the people to cooperate like how not to throw their garbage in the canal which could result to the clogging (of a drainage),” Mengote, speaking in the same media forum, said. With the drainage clog due to wastes, flooding can be expected during heavy rains or typhoons. The OCD is leading in the observance of the month-long national disaster consciousness

celebration along with other key government agencies like the DOST, Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA). Along this line, Gozon commended the efforts being undertaken by the various local government units in the region saying that they are now aware on their role on what to do when a disaster strikes

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Rufino Mengote, assistant regional director of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST),which is a member of the Regional Risk Reduction Disaster Management Council, admitted that one of the challenges that they faces is the cooperation of the people in times of disaster. “The biggest chal-

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The city government of Calbayog furnished 500 square meters lot to the Office of Registry of Deeds building. City Mayor Ronaldo P. Aquino delivered his message during the blessing and inauguration of LRA-Registry of Deeds building , with him (from left) Delfin T. Hallare Jr., president, LARES, Eulalio C. Diaz III, administrator LRA and Board Member Charlito Conejos, 1st district of Western Samar.

DENR lauds Aqua Peace Farm for serving as fishery students laboratory The Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Region 8 lauds the management of Aqua Peace Farm, an aquasilviculture project operator in Palompon, Leyte for recently serving as laboratory for students of the Marcelino R. Veloso Polytechnic College, Tabango, Leyte Campus, who are undergoing their on the job training as a requirement for the Bachelor of Science in Fisheries Course. In a report of Ms. Warblitz Martinez, operator of Aqua Peace Farm, she said they accomodated five students from the Marcelino Veloso Polytechnic College-Tabango Campus on their practicum prior to graduation. Said students were trained on growing fish, shrimps and mudcrabs. They were also taught on the preparation and planting of mangrove propagules as part of the tree planting program of the government. The planting site for mangroves is within the 10.5

hectares area which was awarded by the DENR to Aqua Fish Farm for development. Among others, the students were trained on the following: Training on aquasilviculture with mangrove reforestation; national greening program and waterway clean up; mangrove tree planting; other trainings related to coastal management. It may be recalled that sometime in May this year, the DENR entered into a Memorandum of Agreement with Aqua Peace Farm for the Establishment and Development of Aquasilviculture Project in Brgy. Mazawalo, Palompon, Leyte. The Memorandum of Agreement covers establishment of 5.45 hectares for aquaculture, and mangrove rehabilitation/ reforestation of a 10.5 hectares area in said barangay. Aside from mangrove reforestation, Aqua Peace Farm agrees to establish and maintain a mangrove nursery DENR shall pro-

vide the technical assistance on mangrove rehabilitation/reforestation and sustainable use of coastal and marine resources in the locality. The MOA supports special use of the coastal area, also following the suspension of the Coastal Area Special Use Agreement (CASUA) in 2006. Said agreement shall cover a period of 3 years renewable for another 3 years, until a SAPA and CASUA is in place. RED Ragub says, “knowledge learned by the students from the said farm complements the advocacy efforts of the DENR in educating the youth on sustainable development and protection of coastal resource areas especially on mangrove rehabilitation. We hope that more laboratory areas will be developed to provide inexpensive laboratories for environmental education and natural resources development and conservation”. RED Ragub added.

on their areas. He also added that even ordinary people are now conscious on what to do during a disaster, particularly citing the earthquake incident that occurred in the region last year. Gozon said that the people, particularly in Eastern Samar, sought for higher and safe grounds as a tsunami alert was

raised as a result of the 7.6 magnitude tremor, the strongest to ever hit Eastern Visayas in more than two decades. Meantime, both Virginia Idano, assistant regional director of the DSWD and Emma Sanupo, NEDA assistant regional director, said that their respective offices are ready to help areas hit by a disaster. For one, Idano said,

their office is always ready of food packs that could feed 2,500 families at any given time during a disaster with their work personnel ready to be deployed to the affected areas. Sanupo said that their office is there to provide technical assistance to a disaster-stricken area as part of the rehabilitation assistance. (JOEY A. GA-

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OPINION

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Abolish SK? Not so fast!

he Sangguniang Kabataan in its inception as a working component in our Philippine political structure had commendable intentions. Mostly it was supposed to be an early training ground for leadership. It is a separate political entity composed of a chairman and seven members, a secretary and a treasurer. The chairman sits as member of the Sangguniang Bayan, Sangguniang Panglungsod and the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, and in Congress. In the honing process for leadership, training the youth whose membership should be at least 15 years old and not more than 21 years old on the day of election, they are tasked to initiate and conduct youth-related programs designed to “enhance social, political, economic, cultural, spiritual and physical development of the youth.” During the Marcos dictatorship, this was named Kabataang Barangay in 1975 in response to the United Nations’ Convention of the Rights of the Child that was designed for the youth as vehicle to engage in community

activities and eventually to become productive leaders in the future. In recent times, however, the SK has become irrelevant in government structure. Officers of the youth group mostly are children of local officials and they lost virtually their independence. They eventually acted and moved according to the dictates of their local officials who mostly are their older relatives. They now form part of the obnoxious political dynasties sprouting all over the land. Be that as it is, the abolition of this organization would be an unthinking unsound decision. Congress should conduct a study how this youth organization could function according to the spirit of the law contained in Republic Act 7160 or the Local government Code. The provisions of the law relative to the SKs role should be reviewed with the end in view of amending and providing provisions that will harness youth capabilities to pursue the intentions of the land for youth development, sound early preparations for leadership in higher levels of governance in the future.

Some lessons learned in the “Malot” daring-do experience As of this writing defeated mayoralty candidate Marilou “Malot’ Galenzoga has fled Baybay City to elude arrest. The latest information we learned is that she sought “protection” in Manila with Senator Allan Peter Cayetano who will initiate a hearing (in aid of legislation?) relative to this electoral imbroglio – in Baybay City. -oOoGalenzoga refused to accept her defeat by claiming she won the election against the incumbent Mayor of the city, Carmen Cari. Galenzoga hurled accusations to Mayor Cari of

“massive” cheating during the elections in May. Carmen Cari was proclaimed the winner by the Comelec. She garnered 30,618 votes against Galenzoga’s 15,421. Why

Malot came up with a selfproclamation as the winner is beyond comprehension. This early neutral and ordinary observers have easily tagged her simply as a poor loser. -oOo-

Marilou “Malot” Galenzoga has all the rights and privileges to express her thoughts and perceived convictions she won in the last elections in our democratic system via legal means. She could have filed an electoral protest in the Commission on Elections and other legal bodies. That is the legal way. Protests are also legitimate venue to express indignation rallies against electoral cheating. Historically this was done with success, praised by democratic countries the

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Ghost Busters

“Whenever I take up a newspaper, I seem to see ghosts floating between the lines.” Norweigian poet Henrik Ibsen’s remark came to mind on reading reports that former police Senior Supt. Cezar Mancao scrammed from his NBI cell. How? By ”using his own key”. Mancao fled to the US in 2001, after being linked to murders of public relations man Bobby Dacer and driver Emmanuel Corbito. On November 24, 2000, Presidential AntiOrganized Crime Task Force agents, overseen by former Supt. Michael Ray Aquino, flagged down Dacer’s car at a Makati intersection. Dacer and driver were strangled by PAOCTF agents and cops “using electric cords before their corpses” were torched, farmers Alex Diloy and Jimmy Lopez testified. Their burnt corpses were found four days later, in barangay in Buna Lejos. UP forensic pathologists identi-

fied Dacer and Corbito from, among other evidence, “metal dental plates and a ring.” Ex-president Fidel Ramos was to briefed by Dacer on the raging BW stock resouces scandal. Estrada was, at that time, being impeached by the House of Representatives. Among other charges, was he repeatedly called SEC to clear BW Resources. Were BWR permits for gambling, authorized by Erap, swapped for BW shares? Financier Dante Tan didn’t wait for the impeachment to end. He bolted for Australia. On March 31, 2001, Ramos accused Estrada of being involved in the “tragic and murderous kidnapping.” “My name is not bigote (mustache),” Estrada told Inquirer. “It is Erap. People call me Erap,” said now candidate for Manila mayor. That outburst came after fugitive Cezar Mancao pinpointed Bigote as the “mastermind” in the Cavite rubout.

Regular maintenance

JUST as we need to daily eat, drink and rest to keep us going for the day, we also need to daily nourish our spiritual life to keep us alive and effective in the many spiritual and moral challenges we have everyday. As we all know, our life is not just a series of physical activities, or merely social, economic, political affairs, etc. Underlying all these things is the spiritual and moral dimensions that spring from our own very nature as man, as persons, as children of God. Just as we need to regularly recharge our new gadgets to keep them functioning for a period of time, we also need to recharge ourselves spiritually to keep ourselves fit for the many tasks we need to do our whole life through. We have to be more aware of this need to pray, offer sacrifices, avail of the sacraments, develop virtues and the skill to tackle our weaknesses and repel the temptations, since these are the means to keep ourselves spiritually and morally capable, strong, resistant. At the moment, I feel that we need to issue a kind of general alert regarding this crying need, because it has been for too long neglected. As a consequence, we now have a great majority of the populace all over the world starving, emaciated and weak spiritually

and morally, even as they may appear to be physically strong, and socially and professionally well-placed and successful. Let’s start with prayer. We have to spend some time everyday doing serious prayer, which is an effort to consciously connect ourselves with God. This is what gives us an eminently spiritual and supernatural tone to our thoughts and desires. Otherwise our outlook will mainly be worldly and temporal. Prayer enlarges and deepens our vision of things, since being a conversation with God, prayer would make us tend to see things the way God, the creator and ultimate lawgiver of the universe, sees them. Daily periods of serious prayer would therefore ground us firmly on our true nature and dignity which is often swept and carried away by all sorts of currents of conditioning we have in the world, be they social, economic, political, cultural, etc. Let’s remember that our life always has to contend with several conditionings. We cannot avoid them. They are part of our human situation, what with all the limitations we have. These conditionings are actually meant to facilitate the attainment of our true end. But we need to be careful with them, since if indiscriminately

Footage from a security camera showed Mancao, in white t-shirt with bull cap, carrying a black bag, slam the cell door behind him at 1:14 a.m. Thursday. Since then, he has been waging “war” against Senator Panfilo Lacson by cell phone. Lacson ignored Mancao’s allegation on masterminding the Dacer-Corbito rubout. “I’ve long forgiven him and have no interest in him”. The Court of Appeals’ special sixth division, in February 2011, spiked the double-murder case against Lacson, who then had fled. There was no probable cause “to justify filing of two separate information for murder against [Lacson] Consistent with his constitutional right to be presumed innocent and in consonance with existing jurisprudence, he should be relieved from the pain and agony of trial….” “The ridiculousness of it all is mind-boggling”, an Inquirer editorial notes “The (Mancao breakout) was captured on a CCTV camera. Justice Secretary Leila de Lima then called Mancao directly to personally confirm with him that he had indeed bolted. “Yes, ma’am,” was Mancao’s polite reply. “And, in the wake of another purported massive manhunt launched to locate the latest high-profile fugitive, Mancao was still able to grant phone interviews to TV stations—10 hours after he ambled out of the used, they can compromise even our very nature. Daily periods of serious prayer give us a sense of purpose, meaning and direction and a sense of unity in our daily activities. Otherwise, we tend to be “torn between two lovers,” as a song would have it, or even a multiplicity of lovers, such that we become promiscuous and fidelity would have no attraction to us anymore. The general problem we have right now is precisely about this lack of sense of purpose and unity, this lack of commitment and fidelity, and at the same time, a surge of promiscuity, etc. We tend to be short-sighted and narrowminded, perhaps fit only in some aspects of our life, but not in all, and especially in what is most important about us. At best, many of us simply rely on our common sense, on our knowledge of the sciences and arts, and on other resources, privileges and advantages that we may enjoy at the moment. But we fail to rely on the one who is the source of everything. We have to spread the good news about prayer more widely, more systematically, more effectively. We have to explain a lot about it, to draw out its sublime beauty and our extreme need for it. More importantly, we need to be practicing models of prayerful souls, by whom the others can get inspired and moved to pray. Especially in the context of the family and homes, the parents should lead their children by example on how to pray. In the schools, the same thing should happen. Teachers should teach children how to pray both in words and in action. In the offices too and other places of work, the role of

NBI.“ Mancao ducked Inquirer’s question if it was true NBI agents missed him by minutes in Bulacan Friday night. “What they will spend in looking for me is better donated to victims of Typhoon ‘Pablo’ in Compostela Valley.” Fugitive Mancao is running for a seat on Compostela Valley the provincial board in the May 13 elections. This riveting exchange entertains. But are we not in danger of glossing over the basic issue, namely: the unsolved murder of two citizens ---- Dacer and Corbito? “Every unpunished murder takes away something from the security of every man’s life”, Daniel Webster wrote. Arguments over the roots of this devaluation of God-given life will therefore persist long after the Mancao caper fizzles. Did this all start with the Marcos dictatorship’s torture chambers, like the Military Intelligence Security Group? That’s where Panfilo Lacson started his blood-stained climb to national power, notes the Yale University study: “Closer Than Brothers”. Look at how Lacson, as a young PMA Class ‘71 graduate developed. “Under martial law, torture became an instrument of power,” McCoy notes. Between 1975 and 1985, some 737 Filipinos “disappeared’. But nearly four times that number –some 2,520, equivalent to 77 percent of all victims were salvaged. “As the sapling is bent, so will the tree grow.” Lieutenant (later senator,) Panfilo Lacson thrived in that milieu. He rose through ranks of the notorious Military Intelligence Security Group, “on a fast track to national police power.” In the service to Erap, Lacson, stamped that mould onPAOCTF aides: Mancao, Glenn Dumlao, Michael Ray Aquino, among others. Or does it go back further? Am I my brother’s keeper?” Cain asked after slaying Abel. Where does this leave the quest for justice by the families of driver Emmanuel Corbito and PR man Dacer? Lacson pledged to tell Dacer siblings all he knew about the rubout. “That never happened,” Carina Dacer told Radyo Inquirer. Thus, Carina, with sisters Emily, Sabina and, Amparo filed a $20 million civil suit against Lacson, deposed President Joseph Estrada, and four others before a U.S. District Court in California for salvaging of their father. The Mancao episode puts off that quest for justice further still. As election day nears, ghosts of evils past resurged with the Mancao escape. As president, the buck for PAOCTF operations stopped with Erap. He must exorcise those specters by decisively disproving Fidel Ramos charge that he winked at the Dacer-Corbito rubout. Siya ang gumagawa ng multo, at siya rin any natatakot, the old proverb says. “He made the ghost and was scared of it.” prayer should be given its due emphasis. To be sure, prayer enhances rather than impedes our work. We just have to learn how to organize ourselves better to be able to integrate all our concerns, both spiritual and material, in their proper hierarchy. Our daily prayer should help us find ways of how to sanctify every part of our day.

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world over when Dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos, his family and cronies fled the country via a peaceful People Power EDSA revolution – a protest on electoral cheating, among other sins he committed against the nation. But that was an entirely different situation. -oOoProtest rallies in these times will seek permission from the local government where it will be held before they can stage it. Obviously, Malot and her group did not seek permission when they conducted theirs last Monday, July 1. They had no permit but still proceeded with their protest rally after hearing their sponsored mass at the Catholic Church of Baybay. They stormed the Baybay city hall, hurled stones at the police who were pro-

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tecting the city hall. Window glasses got shattered; some rally participants even succeeded allegedly entering the city hall and according to reports destroyed several items inside like computers and door glasses. -oOoWas the Monday rally justified? For all and any intent and purpose, it is– NO! Why will Mayor Carmen Cari step down when she was the duly elected candidate by the people based on an official proclamation and not by selfproclamation. No way! Malot has a lot of issues to settle and this time not about her electoral protest but the illegal rally, the destruction of public property and her open defiance to an official proclamation among many others. This is lessons learned for future poor losers in elections.

July 8, 2013 – Monday of the 14th Week in Ordinary Time Gn 28:10-22a; Ps 91; Mt 9:18-26

A DEAD GIRL; A WOMAN WITH A HEMORRHAGE Before Jesus had finished speaking to them, a synagogue leader came up, did him reverence, and said: “My daughter has just died. Please come and lay your hand on her ans she will come back to life.” Jesus stood up and followed him,. And his disciples did the same. As they were going, a woman who had suffered from hemorrhages for twelve years came up behind him and touched the tassel on his cloak. “If only I can touch his cloak,” she thought, “I shall get well.” Jesus turned around and saw her and said, “Courage, daughter! Your faith has restored you to health.” That very moment the woman got well. When Jesus arrived at the synagogue leader’s house and the flute players and the crowd who were making a din, he said, “Leave, all of you!, the little girl is not dead, She is asleep.” At this they began to ridicule him. When the crowd had been put out he entered and took her by the hand, and the little girl got up. News of this circulated throughout the district.

OUR INNER TOWER Human life runs between two extremes: adversity and perplexity. Therefore, wise people seek God for their protection. They know that those who have God for their protection have an inner tower that is never depressed by adversity nor inflated by prosperity. But how do we have God with us? Does he come to us? Yes, indeed. He walks into our soul with silent steps. God comes to us more than we go to him. Never will his coming be what you expect and yet never will it disappoint. God came to Jacob in a dream, standing there over him (Gen 28:12). The ladder he saw in the same dream reaching firm the earth to the heavens indicated the constant coming of God into human lives. God’s power reached and healed a woman who touched the cloak of Jesus (Mt 9:22). It found its way through the touch of Christ’s hand to raise a little girl from the sleep of death (v.25). Into every believer, God comes through the sacramental signs. By the mere fact that we turn in the faucet, water comes out. So too, the divine life of God is poured into our soul by the mere fact that we receive the sacrament in faith. John Henry Newman prayed: “My Lord and my Saviour, support me in the strong arms of thy sacraments.” (His Word for Today by Vima Dasan, SJ, published by Paulines. Visit us at www.paulines.ph or at Paulines Media Center, Real St., Tacloban City, Tel. No. 321-31-95) Sower’s Seeds: “Jesus Christ has risen in glory. ‘I know that you seek Jesus of Nazareth. he has risen, he is not here; see the place where they laid him’, the angel said to the women. ” -Blessed James Alberione, Founder of the Pauline Family


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NOTICES

Leyte Samar Daily Express

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT 8th Judicial Region Branch 11 CALUBIAN, Leyte ELVIE ARRIBADO SIMMONS Plaintiff -versusCHARLES JUSTIN SIMMONS Defendant CIVIL CASE NO. CN-171 FOR DECLARATION OF NULLITY OF MARRIAGE x- - - - - - - - - - - - -x SUMMONS

TO:

CHARLES JUSTIN SIMMONS, Markland Condo Beach SOII Pattaya City, Thailand G R E E T I N G S: You are hereby required within fifteen (15) days after service of this Summons upon you, to file with this Court and serve on the plaintiff your answer to the complaint, copy of which is hereto attached together with the annexes. You are reminded of the provision in the IBP-OCA Memorandum on Policy Guidelines dated March 12, 2002 to observe restraint in filing a motion to dismiss and instead allege the grounds thereof as defenses in the Answer. WITNESS my hand under the seal of the Court, this 23rd day of April 2013.

Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT REGIONAL TRIAL COURT Eighth Judicial Region Branch 14 Baybay City, Leyte -oOoIN RE: PETITION FOR CANCELLATION OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE OF RUGELEN GONTINIAS OPANO, RUGELEN GONTINIAS OPANO, Petitioner, -versusTHE LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR OF BAYBAY CITY, LEYTE & THE NATIONAL STATISTICS OFFICE Respondents SP. PROC. NO. B-13-05-04 x- - - - - - - - -x ORDER

This is a verified petition for the cancellation of petitioner’s Certificate of Live Birth issued by the Local Civil Registrar of Baybay City, Leyte, filing this petition through counsel. Petitioner alleges, among others, that she is a Filipino citizen, of legal age, single and a resident of Brgy. Ciabu, Baybay City, while respondent Local Civil Registrar of Baybay City is a government entity in-charge of recording and registering the facts of births, marriages and deaths in the City of Baybay, Leyte, and the National Statistics Office also a government entity which in-charge of recording and registering the facts of births, marriages and deaths in the City of Baybay, Leyte, and the National Statistics Office also a government entity which also records all the facts of births, marriages

(Sgd.) ATTY. MARCELIANA F. YAP-APACIBLE Clerk of Court VI x- - - - - - - - - -- x

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT Eighth Judicial Region Branch 11 Calubian, Leyte ELVIE ARRIBADO SIMMONS Plaintiff -versusCHARLES JUSTIN SIMMONS Defendants CIVIL CASE NO. CN-171 FOR DECLARATION OF NULLITY OF MARRIAGE x- - - - - - - - - - - - -x ORDER

Considering that defendant, Charles Justin Simmons, who was then a resident of Sitio Calumbangan, Brgy. Banat-i, San Isidro, Leyte, but his residence abroad is in Markland Condo Beach, SO1 1, Pattaya City, Thailand, can no longer be found at his local address because he moved on to an unknown place as alleged in the motion filed by plaintiff ELVIE ARRIBADO SIMMONS through counsel, summons therefore intended for service to the said defendant, is authorized to be effected by publication. Publish this Order together with the summons and complaint in a newspaper of and deaths, etc. all over the country, that petitioner was born an illegitimate child on March 12, 1991 in Pulanduta, Balud, Masbate whose mother is Nita Lumanas Gontinias and her father is Freddie Vargas Opano; that several years after her birth, her family transferred to Baybay, Leyte; that when petitioner’s mother failed to secure a copy of her birth certificate from the National Statistics Office, she applied for a delayed registration at the Local Civil Registrar of Baybay City sometime in February 2004 and erroneously stated therein petitioner’s place of birth to be Baybay, Leyte instead of Pulanduta, Balud, Masbate and the said registration was forwarded to the National Statistics Office which bear the same erroneous entry (Annexes “A” & “B”); that when petitioner learned that erroneous registration, she informed her father and the latter applied for delayed registration of her facts of birth at the Local Civil Registrar of Balud, Masbate where another certificate of birth was issued (Annex “C”); that at the moment, petitioner has two existing registrations of her facts of birth, thus, there was a double registration; that with the recent online computerization sytem of registration of births in the Philippines, the second registration of petitioner’s birth which contains the correct entries of her birth is not available at the National Statistics Office due to the first registration in Baybay City; that in order to correct the mistakes as to the place of birth of herein petitioner, the birth certificate issued by the LCR of Balud, Masbate should be followed and not the erroneous registration made before the LCR of Baybay, City; that to prove that the place of birth of petitioner is Balud, Masbate, petitioner’s Educational Records,

general circulation in the Philippines including the province or City once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks. Likewise send a copy of the summons and complaint together with its annexes to the above-named defendant in the last known address given in the complaint. The said defendant is given a period of ninety (90) days after notice to file his answer. SO ORDERED. IN CHAMBERS, this 19th day of June 2013, at Halls of Justice, Calubian, Leyte, Philippines.

(Sgd.) CRESCENTE F. MARAYA, JR. Executive Judge x- - - - - - - - - - - - x

Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT REGIONAL TRIAL COURT Eight Judicial Region Branch 11 Calubian, Leyte ELVIE ARRIBADOSIMMONS Plaintiff, -versusCHARLES JUSTIN SIMMONS, Defendant Civil Case No. CN-171 For: “DECLARATION OF NULLITY OF MARRIAGE” x- - - - - - - - - - - - -x COMPLAINT COMES

NOW,

the

Philippine Passport thereto attached (Annexes “D” & “E”); that petitioner prays for the cancellation of the birth certificate issued by the LCR of Baybay City, Leyte and at the National Statistics Office. Petitioner most respectfully prayed of this Honorable Court that after due notice, publication and hearing, an order be issued ordering the Local Civil Registrar of Baybay City, Leyte to cancel all the entries in the Civil Registry regarding the facts of birth of Rugelen Gontinias Opano and likewise the cancellation of her birth record issued by the National Statistics Office. The petition being sufficient in form and substance, notice is hereby given that this petition is set for initial hearing on August 20, 2013 at 8:30 o’clock in the morning at the session hall of this court. Any person who may have an interest in this petition may file an opposition and show cause why this petition should not be granted. Let a copy of this order be published at the expense of the petitioner in a newspaper of general circulation in the Province of Leyte once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks. Likewise, let a copy of this order be posted in the bulletin boards of the City Hall, at the Post Office and at this Court, all in Baybay City, Leyte, and at the Provincial Capitol, Tacloban City. Furnish copy of this order to the Solicitor General, the Local Civil Registrar of the City of Baybay, Leyte, the Assistant Provincial Prosecutor, Baybay City, Leyte, the petitioner and her counsel. SO ORDERED. Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines, this 11th day of June, 2013.

(Sgd.) CARLOS O. ARGUELLES Executive Judge

LSDE: June 24, & July 1 & 8, 2013

PLAINTIFF by the undersigned attorney, unto this Honorable Court, most respectfully avers: 1. Plaintiff is of legal age with residence at Sitio Calumbangan, Brgy. Banat-i, San Isidro, Leyte, Philippines, and defendant is likewise of legal age was formerly residing also in a rented house in Sitio Calumbangan, Brgy. Banat-i, San Isidro, Leyte and he has also a residence at Markland Condo Beach, SOI 1, Pattaya City, Thailand, where he can be served with summons and other processes of this Honorable Court; 2. Plaintiff and defendant got married on September 25, 2012 at Municipal Circuit Trial Court (MCTC), Calubian, Leyte, as shown by their Certificate of Marriage attached hereto and marked as Annex “A” and made an integral part hereof; 3. At first plaintiff and defendant knew each other through communication in the internet sometime in the early part of year 2011. On November 2011 they personally met each other in Mandaue City, Cebu. And that was the start of their intimate relationship; 4. Defendant proposed to marry plaintiff, that is why September 25, 2012 they got married. Plaintiff accepted the proposal to marry defendant because she feel in love with him despite of the gap of their age. She thought also that due to the older age of defendant he is a good man as a husband, that is why despite of their short engagement and without knowing fully well his personality decided to marrying him; 5. After their wedding they flew to Thailand, because defendant is based on the said place and there they lived together as husband and wife. From then on plaintiff noticed that defendant is frequently jealous with plaintiff, he became so possessive, he will not let plaintiff go out of the house and frequently lock her up. Defendant treated plaintiff as a property which he own and try to dominate; 6. At first plaintiff extended her understanding to defendant because she thought that the jealousy and possessiveness of defendant was only temperamental and hope that it will change; 7. Plaintiff went home for a while in the Philippines sometime nearly part of 2013 and when she returned in Thailand she noticed that defendant’s traits worsened, because he became so possessive and jealous type; 8. Plaintiff came to know that her husband was an addict because everyday he uses marijuana and she witnessed always sniffing and smoking the said kind of drugs and while he is on high he will became rude and she is afraid that he will harm her. She feared for her safety and she could not slept well as she is afraid of defendant; 9. Aside from using drugs, defendant is also an alcoholic because everyday from 5:00 o’clock in the afternoon until 1:00 o’clock in the morning he drink and consumed much liquor and he associate it with using marijuana; 10. Plaintiff has a daughter by her former commonlaw-husband, however, defendant do not want that the former will bring her daughter in order to live with her; 11. Defendant never extended support to the needs of plaintiff. He did not show love and respect to her, because he frequently verbally abused plaintiff and inflict psychological violence;

Monday, 08 July 2013 Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT REGIONAL OFFICE NO. VIII Trece Martires Street, Tacloban City Tel. Nos.: 325-5236/321-4667/321-3308/325-6292 Email add: doletacloban@yahoo.com/dolero8_tssd@yahoo.com

I T P A Y S T O A D V E R T I S E

NOTICE OF FILING OF APPLICATION FOR ALIEN EMPLOYMENT PERMIT (AEP/S)

Notice is hereby given that the following companies/employers have filed with this Regional Office application/s for Alien Employment Permit/s. Name and Address of Company/Employer RT Ironsand Corporation Brgy. San Pedro Mac Arthur, Leyte

Name and Citizenship of Foreign National Jiangang Zhao-Chinese Li Baolin - Chinese Han Yingwu - Chinese Zhang Minghong - Chinese Zhou Lianjun - Chinese Shen Guangjie - Chinese Su Qingxiu - Chinese Zhang Jianbo - Chinese Yang Yonghu - Chinese

Petition and Brief Description of Functions Mining Equipment Technician Vice President for Operation Mining Operation Manager Mining Equipment Technician Mining Equipment Technician Mining Equipment Technician Mining Equipment Technician Mining Equipment Technician Mining Equipment Technician

If you have any information/Objection to the abovementioned application/s, please communicate with the Regional Director.

EXEQIUEL R. SARCAUGA Regional Director

To avail of free job referral, placement, and employment guidance services, visit the nearest Public Employment Service Office (PESO) or log on at www.phil-job.net LSDE: July 1 & 8, 2013

12. Plaintiff cannot bear the addiction, alcoholism, possessiveness, and jealous type of the defendant. She noticed that those characters and traits of defendant are all indicia of grave, incurable, and serious psychological incapacity under Art. 36 of the Family Code of the Philippines, which are valid grounds to render their marriage null and void; 13. The drug addiction and habitual alcoholism of the defendant constitute fraud which is a valid ground for the annulment of marriage of plaintiff and defendant pursuant to Art. 45, par. 3 in relation to Art. 46, par. 4 of the Family Code of the Philippines; 13. The parties have no children. They have no properties. WHEREFORE, premises considered, it is respectfully prayed of this Honorable Court, that judgment be rendered declaring as null and void the marriage between plaintiff and defendant under Article 36 of the Family Code of the Philippines and other related provisions thereof. Other relief’s and remedies just and equitable in the premises are likewise prayed for. April 05, 2013, San Isidro, Leyte for Calubian, Leyte.

(Sgd.) OCTAVIUS L. LABTIC Counsel for the Plaintiff Quezon, St., San Isidro, Leyte Roll No. 44,913 PTR No. 6159961 -01/02/13 IBP No. 915440 -01/02/13 Leyte Chapter MCLE Compliance Cert. No. IV 0003886 -01/12/12 x- - - - - - - - - -x

Republic of the Philippines) Province of Leyte )S.S. Municipality of San Isidro)

VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION

I, ELVIE ARRIBADOSIMMONS, of legal age, married, Filipino, a resident of Sitio Calumbangan, Brgy. Banat-i, San Isidro, Leyte, after having been sworn in accordance with law do hereby depose and state: I am the plaintiff in the above complaint; That I have caused the preparation of the same and have read and understood its contents; That the allegations contained therein are true and correct of my personal knowledge or based on authentic documents; That I have not therefore commenced any action or filed my claim involving the same issues in any court, tribunal, or quasi-judicial agency and, to the best of my knowledge, no such other action or claim is pending therein; If I should thereafter learn that the same or similar action or claim has been filed or pending, I shall report that fact within five (5) days therefrom to this court; IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand this 5th day of April, 2013 at San Isidro, Leyte, Philippines.

(Sgd.) ELVIE ARRIBADO-SIMMONS Affiant Passport No. EB6812966 Valid until: November 22, 2017 Issued at: Dept. of Foreign Affairs

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me, a Notary Public for and in the Municipality of San Isidro, Province of Leyte, Philippines, this 5th day of April, 2013, in San

Isidro, Leyte, Philippines, affiant exhibited to me her identification card number afore stated.

(Sgd.) ATTY. OCTAVIUS L. LABTIC Notary Public Until Dec. 31, 2014 Roll No. 44,913 PTR No. 6159961 -01/02/13 San Isidro, Leyte IBP No. 915440 -01/02/13 Leyte Chapter MCLE Compliance Cert. No. IV 0003886 -01/12/12

Doc. No. 157 Page No. 31 Book No. XXIX Series of 2013 Copy furnished: The Solicitor General Office of the Solicitor General 134 Amorsolo St., Legazpi Village, Makati City The Provincial Prosecutor Bulwagan ng Katarungan Magsaysay Blvd., Tacloban City

PROOF OF SERVICE/ EXPLAINATION

(Pursuant to Section 11, Rule 13 of the 1997 Rules of Civil Procedure) I hereby certify that the foregoing complaint, the Office of the Solicitor General and the Provincial Prosecutor of the Province of Leyte has been furnished each with one (1) copy of it by registered mail, because personal service is not practicable in view of the distance. As evidenced by Registry Receipt No.____ and ___, respectively, both dated April_____, 2013.

(Sgd.) OCTAVIUS L. LABTIC

LSDE: July 8, 15 & 22, 2013

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH SALE

NOTICE is hereby given that heirs of the late Arturo Chua Diaz extrajudicially settled, partitioned and adjudicated over a motor vehicle described as: Make: Mitsubishi; Classification: Utility Vehicle; O.R. No.: 838382064; C.R. No.: 9591353-2; MV File No.: 0844-00000013582; Chassis No.: LTOTAC-020982883C; Motor No.: 4BA1-581370; Plate No.: HVP466; No. of Cylinders: 4; Fuel: Diesel. A Deed of Sale was executed in favor of Arlene V. Yakit as vendee for the above-described motor vehicle including its Franchise and/or CPC; per Doc. No. 91, Page No. 5, Book No. 1, Series of 2013 of Notary Public Atty. Tyrone B. Tutaan. LSDE: June 24, July 1 & 8, 2013

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH CONFIRMATION OF SALE

NOTICE is hereby given that heirs of the late Leona Geronda-Tañola extrajudicially settled, partitioned and adjudicated over a parcel of residential land, Cad. Lot No. 625-F, situated in Brgy. Zone 1, Pob. Sta. Fe, Leyte, covered by Tax Dec. No. 4863-R8, containing an area of 490 square meters, more or less, and heirs hereby affirm and confirm the said sale to Mr. & Mrs. Ambrosio P. Enage as vendee for a portion of 80 square meters from the above-described property; per Doc. No. 84, Page No. 18, Book No. X, Series of 2013 of Notary Public Atty. Alexander R. Lacaba. LSDE: June 24, July 1 & 8, 2013

EXTRAJUDICIAL PARTITION

NOTICE is hereby given that heirs of the late Sps. Lamberta Montefolka and Segundo Calungsod extrajudicially settled, partitioned and adjudicated over a parcel of land, Lot No. 5937, bearing T.C.T. No. 14017, situated in Barrio of Buenavista, Municipality of Baybay Province, containing an area of 21,491 square meters, more or less; per Doc. no. 186, Page No. 38, Book No. 48, Series of 2012 of Notary Public Atty. Edwin Y Chua. LSDE: June 24, July 1 & 8, 2013


NOTICES

Monday, 08 July 2013 Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT REGIONAL TRIAL COURT Eighth Judicial Region Branch 11 Calubian, Leyte IN THE MATTER OF THE CORRECTION OF ENTRY IN THE CERTIFICATE OF LIVE BIRTH OF ROMNICK CABRADILLA CORPIN ROMNICK CABRADILLA CORPIN Petitioner -versusTHE LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR Local Civil Registry Office Calubian, Leyte, and THE CIVIL REGISTRAR GENERAL National Statistics Office 3rd Floor, Vibal Building EDSA cor. Times St. Quezon City Respondent SP. PROC. CASE NO. SP-CN-130 For: x- - - - - - - - - - - - -x ORDER

A verified petition for Correction of Entry in teh Local Civil Registrar of Calubian, Leyte and National Statistics Office, having been filed before this Court by pe-

titioner Romnick Cabradilla Corpin through counsel, and praying that after due notice, publication and hearing, judgment be rendered ordering the respondents the corrections of entries in the Certificate of Live Birth of petitioner. The said petition has been found to be sufficient in form and substance. WHEREFORE, notice is hereby given to all parties, concerned that the initial hearing in this petition be set on August 7, 2013 at 8:30 in the morning before this Court at the Hall of Justice, Calubian, Leyte at which date aforesaid, any interested person may appear and show cause, if there be any why said petition should not be granted. Let copy of this Order be published in a newspaper of general circulation at least once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks at the expense of the petitioner and that copies of the petition and Order be furnished the Honorable Solicitor General at 134 Amorsolo St., Legaspi Village, Makati City, the National Statistics Office, Manila, the Assistant Provincial Prosecutor of Calubian, Leyte and the Local Civil Registrar of Calubian, Leyte for them to appear for the government. SO ORDERED. IN CHAMBERS this 28th day of May 2013 at Halls of Justice, Calubian, Leyte, Philippines.

(Sgd.) CRESCENTE F. MARAYA, JR. Executive Judge

LSDE: July 8, 15 & 22, 2013

Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation & Communications Land Transportation Franchising & Regulatory Board Regional Office No. 8 Tacloban City LTFRB CASE NO. VIII-2013-0441 Application for Issuance of a CPC to operate a FILCAB service with Prayer to Adopt Trade/Business Name. (COLORUM LEGALIZATION) JONATHAN G. MORALDE Applicant/s/Petitioner x.............................x NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT REQUEST AUTHORITY FOR THE ISSUANCE OF A CPC FOR TO OPERATE A FILCAB SERVICE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT ALONG THE LINE: ORMOC CITY-MERIDA & VICE VERSA WITH THE USE OF ONE (1) UNIT, WITH PRAYER TO ADOPT TRADE NAME, LOLO DOOD’Z TRANSPORT SERVICE.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS APPLICATION WILL BE HEARD BY THIS BOARD ON JULY 19, 2013 AT 9:00 AM AT ITS OFFICE AT THE ABOVE MENTIONED ADDRESS. At least TEN (10) days prior to the date, applicant/s shall publish this Notice once in one (1) Daily newspaper of general circulation in Eastern Visayas. Parties opposed to the approval of the application must file verified written opposition supported by documentary evidences on or before the above date furnishing a copy of the same to the applicant, and may if they so desire, appear on said date and time. This application shall be acted upon by the Board on the basis of its records and the documentary evidences submitted by parties under the board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary or testimonial evidences. WITNESS THE HONORABLE REGIONAL DIRECTOR, ARTHUR L. SAIPUDIN, this 4th day of July 2013. (Sgd.) GUALBERTO N. GUALBERTO Clerk of Board

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT

NOTICE is hereby given that heirs of the late Domingo Abad Ricacho extrajudicially settled, partitioned and adjudicated over a parcel of land, situated in Brgy. Lucsoon, Naval, Biliran, Survey No. 3745 under Tax Dec. No. ARP No. 00352; per Doc. No. 335, Page No. 67, Book No. 44, Series of 2011 of Notary Public Atty. Redentor C. Villordon. LSDE: July 8, 15 & 22, 2013

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT

NOTICE is hereby given that heirs of the late Benigno Arabilla extrajudicially settled, partitioned and adjudicated over a parcel of land, Lot 96-B, with T.C.T. No. T-10727, situated of Baybay, Leyte, containing an area of 269 square meters, more or less; per Doc. No. 155, Page No. 31, Book No. XXXVIII, Series of 2012 of Notary Public Atty. Ernesto M. Butawan. LSDE: June 24, July 1 & 8, 2013

AFFIDAVIT OF SELF-ADJUDICATION

NOTICE is hereby given that Aurelia Aurora Castañas-Violon executed an affidavit of Self-Adjudication over two parcels of land described as: Parcel 1, Lot 8436, with improvements thereon, situated in Brgy. Caridad, Municipality of Baybay, with an area of 1,775 square meters, more or less, bearing O.C.T. No. 16756, and Parcel 2, Lot 8383, with Tax Dec. No. 07072-00183 R-12, containing an area of 1,775 square meters, more or less; per Doc. No. 154, Page No. 31, Book No. XXXVIII, Series of 2012 of Notary Public Atty. Ernesto M. Butawan LSDE: June 24, July 1 & 8, 2013

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH SALE

NOTICE is hereby given that heirs of the late Felimon Castañas extrajudicially settled, partitioned and adjudicated over a parcel of land, Lot No. 3228, situated at Brgy. Pomponan, Baybay, Leyte, containing an area of 12,977 square meters, more or less, under Tax Dec. No. 2005-07081-00219 R-12. A Deed of Sale was executed in favor of Franz C. Ruiz, Donika C. Ruiz and Diana C. Ruiz as vendees for the above-described property; per Doc. No. 267, Page No. 54, Book No. XX, Series of 2012 of Notary Public Atty. Eden B. Chavez-Butawan. LSDE: June 24, July 1 & 8, 2013

Leyte Samar Daily Express Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation & Communications Land Transportation Franchising & Regulatory Board Regional Office No. 8 Tacloban City LTFRB CASE NO. VIII-2013-0448 Application for Issuance of a CPC to operate a SHUTTLE BUS service with Prayer to Adopt Trade/Business Name. TEODORO D. LERIOS Applicant/s/Petitioner x.............................x NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT REQUEST AUTHORITY FOR THE ISSUANCE OF A CPC TO OPERATE A SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT ALONG THE LINE: FOR EXCLUSIVE USE OF PASSENGERS & EMPLOYEES OF SC GLOBAL COCO PRODUCTS AND SC GLOBAL FOOD PRODUCTS FROM CARIDAD, BAYBAY CITY, TO THEIR RESPECTIVE RESIDENCES WITHIN REGION VIII & VICE VERSA, WITH THE USE OF ONE (1) UNIT, WITH PRAYER TO ADOPT TRADE NAME, JUNIOR LINES. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS APPLICATION WILL BE HEARD BY THIS BOARD ON JULY 22, 2013 AT 9:00 AM AT ITS OFFICE AT THE ABOVE MENTIONED ADDRESS. At least TEN (10) days prior to the date, applicant/s shall publish this Notice once in one (1) Daily newspaper of general circulation in Eastern Visayas. Parties opposed to the approval of the application must file verified written opposition supported by documentary evidences on or before the above date furnishing a copy of the same to the applicant, and may if they so desire, appear on said date and time. This application shall be acted upon

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AND FREIGHT ALONG THE LINE: ORMOC CITY-NUEVA VISTA-TONGONAN & VICE VERSA WITH THE USE OF ONE (1) UNIT WITH PRAYER TO ADOPT TRADE NAME, JOE MARIE TRANSPORT. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS APPLICATION WILL BE HEARD BY THIS BOARD ON JULY 22, 2013 AT 9:00 AM AT ITS OFFICE AT THE ABOVE MENTIONED ADDRESS. At least TEN (10) days prior to the date, applicant/s shall publish this Notice once in one (1) Daily newspaper of general circulation in Eastern Visayas. Parties opposed to the approval of the application must file verified written opposition supported by documentary evidences on or before the above date furnishing a copy of the same to the applicant, and may if they so desire, appear on said date and time. This application shall be acted upon by the Board on the basis of its records and the documentary evidences submitted by parties under the board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary or testimonial evidences. WITNESS THE HONORABLE REGIONAL DIRECTOR, ARTHUR L. SAIPUDIN, this 5th day of July 2013.

by the Board on the basis of its records and the documentary evidences submitted by parties under the board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary or testimonial evidences. WITNESS THE HONORABLE REGIONAL DIRECTOR, ARTHUR L. SAIPUDIN, this 4th day of July 2013. (Sgd.) GUALBERTO N. GUALBERTO Clerk of Board Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation & Communications Land Transportation Franchising & Regulatory Board Regional Office No. 8 Tacloban City LTFRB CASE NO. VIII-2013-0436 Application for Issuance of a CPC to operate a FILCAB service with Prayer to Adopt Trade/Business Name. JOEL P. BOCA Applicant/s/Petitioner x.............................x NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT REQUEST AUTHORITY FOR THE ISSUANCE OF A CPC TO OPERATE A FILCAB SERVICE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS

(Sgd.) GUALBERTO N. GUALBERTO Clerk of Board

DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH ABSOLUTE SALE NOTICE is hereby given that heirs of the late Anastacio Elpedes extrajudicially settled, partitioned and adjudicated over a parcel of land, located at Sitio Talisay, Brgy. 03, Pob. Balangkayan, Eastern Samar, containing an area of 4,747 square meters, more or less, under Tax Dec. No. 05-03003-00195 & 037-03-003-04-006. A Deed of Sale was executed in favor of Nashyl D. Balintong married to Gil M. Balintong as vendee for the above-described property together with all the improvements existing thereon; per Doc. No. 209, Page No. 43, Book No. V, Series of 2013 of Notary Public Atty. Louie A. Borja. LSDE: July 8, 15 & 22, 2013

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT

NOTICE is hereby given that heirs of the late Gorgonia P. Gerez extrajudicialy settled, partitioned and adjudicated over a parcel of land, Lot No. 929-F-3A, situated in Brgy. Sagkahan, Tacloban City covered by T.C.T. No. T-21924, covering an area of 100 square meters, more or less and heirs hereby confirm the Deed of Sale of a portion of land executed by Gorgonia P. Gerez in favor of Sps. Lucio Baduya and Francisco A. Baduya; per Doc. No. 255, Page No. 50, Book No. IV, Series of 2013 of Notary Public Atty. Teodoro E. Alianza. LSDE: July 8, 15 & 22, 2013

DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH ABSOLUTE SALE

NOTICE is hereby given that heirs of the late Rosita E. Badidles extrajudicially settled, partitioned and adjudicated over a parcel of land, Lot 2417-D-3-C3, situated at Brgy. Utap, City of Tacloban, Leyte, covered by T.C.T. No. T-59649; A Deed of Sale was executed in favor of Rodel M. Bandilla as vendee over a portion of the above-described property of Lot 2417-D-3-C-3-A, containing an area of 150 square meters; per Doc. No. 177, Page No. 36, Book No. 1, Series of 2013 of Notary Public Atty. Haidee O. Borja. LSDE: July 8, 15 & 22, 2013

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in Tarangnan, also in Samar, was found to be positive of the red tide toxin which already killed two persons and downed 22 others. As of Saturday, all seven sampling areas of Calbayog Water were found positive of red tide toxins at an average of 700 cells per litter, which is up from the tolerable level of 10 cells per litter. These are seawaters in coastal barangays of Carayman, Poblacion, San Policarpo, Saljag, Tinambacan, Malajog, and Maguino-o, all in Calbayog. “We are still studying the presence of red tide (toxin) in shellfish meat but we already issued an advisory prohibiting collection and consumption and shellfish in Calbayog Water,” Albaladejo said. On Friday, seawater of Irong-Irong Bay in Catbalogan City had 1,000 cells of red tide toxins per litter. In shellfish meat, there was 155 micrograms saxitoxin in every 100 grams. In a press statement, Albaladejo asked the public to stop from eating, harvesting, marketing or transporting shellfish from these bays to avoid paralytic shellfish poisoning. The Cambatutay Bay in Tarangnan was found to be positive of the red tide toxin last July 1 after two residents of Barangay Gallego died and while 22 others were hospitalized after eating green mussel (tahong) gathered in the area. Authorities found 225 micrograms saxitoxin in every 100 grams of shellfish meat collected in Cambatutay Bay. In seawater, toxins were present 2,158 cells per litter. BFAR has intensified its monitoring in nearby Maqueda Bay, known as the major source of green mussel in Samar. “We will be collecting samples twice a week to

“Tinago” is a Waray term for hidden. Although the site is close to the road, lush forest hides the waterfalls from passersby. Going there from the town center is through a newlyconcreted road in a middle of a vast rice fields with laborers who tirelessly harvest grains under the heat. Situated in a rainforest in Cabibihan village, Tinago Falls is just four kilometers away from the town center and 40 minutes drive from the Naval, the capital town of Biliran. The water falls from high stone ridge to a naturallyformed pool in a middle of boulders and verdant forest. To get a better view of the falls, a watchtower was built on top of a boulder. Laughing out loud, tourists are unfazed of town folk’s myth about environmental spirits blamed for plotting some drowning incident. “I always bring my children and grandchildren here. This is a very good place to spend time with my family,” said 70-year-old Alfredo Colipaopao, who was enjoying soaking himself in crystal clear, cool water from the falls. Even locals are awed by Tinago Falls’ natural wonders. They come in and set up their own picnic place, using banana leaves instead of fabric and plastic. Taking advantage of fresh cool air, some even bring their own sleeping hammock for a nap. Mayor Eulalio Maderazo said Tinago Falls has been a priority of the local government for development. The government has invested about

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check the possible of red tide toxins there,” he said. Albaladejo said fishes caught in the areas are safe for human consumption provided that they are fresh, washed and cooked thoroughly.

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NOEL CATALAN Applicant/s/Petitioner x.............................x NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT IS A GRANTEE OF A CPC TO OPERATE A FILCAB SERVICE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT ALONG THE LINE: CALBAYOGGANDARA & VICE VERSA WITH THE USE OF ONE (1) UNIT WHICH CERTIFICATE IS STILL VALID AND SUBSISTING UP TO JULY 10, 2013. IN THE PRESENT APPLICATION, APPLICANT REQUEST AUTHORITY FOR EXTENSION OF VALIDITY OF A CPC USING THE SAME NO. OF UNIT AND ROUTE, WITH PRAYER TO ADOPT TRADE NAME, JONAS TRANSPORT SERVICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS APPLICATION WILL BE HEARD BY THIS BOARD ON JULY 19, 2013 AT 9:00 AM AT ITS OFFICE AT THE ABOVE MENTIONED ADDRESS. At least TEN (10) days prior to the date, applicant/s shall publish this Notice once in one (1) Daily newspaper of general circulation in Eastern Visayas. Parties opposed to the approval of the application must file verified written opposition supported by documentary evidences on or before the above date furnishing a copy of the same to the applicant, and may if they so desire, appear on said date and time. This application shall be acted upon by the Board on the basis of its records and the documentary evidences submitted by parties under the board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary or testimonial evidences. WITNESS THE HONORABLE REGIONAL DIRECTOR, ARTHUR L. SAIPUDIN, this 4th day of July 2013. (Sgd.) GUALBERTO N. GUALBERTO Clerk of Board

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CARLOS MESIAS, SR.-VENDOR CELITO S. ROMERO-VENDEE Applicant/s/Petitioner x.............................x NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT REQUEST AUTHORITY FOR THEAPPROVAL OF SALE MADE BY CARLOS MESIAS SR.-VENDOR IN FAVOR OF CELITO S. ROMERO-VENDEE OF A CPC TO OPERATE A FILCAB SERVICE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT ALONG THE LINE: ORMOC CITY-VALENCIA-VALENCIA & VICE VERSA WHICH CERTIFICATE IS STILL VALID AND SUBSISTING, WITH PRAYER TO ADOPT TRADE NAME, FELIPA D. ROMERO TRANSPORTATION SERVICES. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS APPLICATION WILL BE HEARD BY THIS BOARD ON JULY 19, 2013 AT 9:00 AM AT ITS OFFICE AT THE ABOVE MENTIONED ADDRESS. At least TEN (10) days prior to the date, applicant/s shall publish this Notice once in one (1) Daily newspaper of general circulation in Eastern Visayas. Parties opposed to the approval of the application must file verified written opposition supported by documentary evidences on or before the above date furnishing a copy of the same to the applicant, and may if they so desire, appear on said date and time. This application shall be acted upon by the Board on the basis of its records and the documentary evidences submitted by parties under the board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary or testimonial evidences. WITNESS THE HONORABLE REGIONAL DIRECTOR, ARTHUR L. SAIPUDIN, this 4th day of July 2013. (Sgd.) GUALBERTO N. GUALBERTO Clerk of Board

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Water coming from the Tinago Falls cascades down to a river that is ideal for swimming. (SARWELL Q.MENIANO)

P5 million to build stairs, pathways, covered grandstand, and a lodging facility. “We expect tourists to stay overnight near Tinago Falls with the completion of electrification project,” Maderazo said. The site has been attracting 50,000 local tourists as well as visitors from United States, Australia, Korea, and Germany. Many of these foreign tourists are married to town folks of Caibiran, a predominantly agricultural municipality. Since the site is managed by the local government, guest can access the area for only P10 but totally free for locals. About 10 minutes drive from Tinago Falls is the Mainit Hot Spring in Barangay Villa Vicenta. It has a mini-swimming pool filled with lukewarm water from a sulfur spring-fed. Concrete seats were also setup where warm water overflows, hence, giving soothing comfort to tourists and adventurers. Hot water temperature rejuvenates from stress and daily life. “People have been coming here because of testimonials that the warm water’s sulfur content water can cure skin diseases, arthritis, rheumatism,” said Lolita Rosel, municipal tourism officer. Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation & Communications Land Transportation Franchising & Regulatory Board Regional Office No. 8 Tacloban City LTFRB CASE NO. VIII-2013-0440 Application for Issuance of a CPC to operate a VEHICLE FOR HIRE service with Prayer to Adopt Trade/Business Name.

The town is surrounded by volcanic mountains – Kapingganan on the north, Sayaon on the west, and Suerro on the south. These sulfuric mountains are covered by ongoing exploration of the Biliran Geothermal, Inc. It was estimated to have a potential geothermal resource that can support a 50-megawatt power plant. The most accessible to locals is the San Bernardino swimming pool along roadside in Barangay Manlabang. It is fed by cool underground spring, the source of the town’s water supply. Caibiran is endowed with many rivers. Indeed these rivers had attracted immigrants to settle in the area, according to its history. The town derived its name from “ibid” – the local name of Philippine Sailfin Lizard. Before human settlers came, these excellent swimmers animals are commonly seen in the area because of the existence of rivers. Today, Caibiran has a population of more than 20,000 inhabiting on its 17 villages. It is now considered as priority sites for the conservation of endangered lizards. Caibiran can be reached Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation & Communications Land Transportation Franchising & Regulatory Board Regional Office No. 8 Tacloban City LTFRB CASE NO. VIII-2003-0093 Application for Extension of Validity of a CPC to operate a PUB service with Prayer to Adopt Trade/ Business Name.

HENRY B. BORDO Applicant/s/Petitioner x.............................x NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT REQUEST AUTHORITY FOR THE ISSUANCE OF A CPC FOR TO OPERATE A VEHICLE FOR HIRE SERVICE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT ALONG THE LINE: FOR EXCLUSIVE USE OF CONTRACTING PASSENGERS FROM CALBIGA WESTERN SAMAR TO/FROM ANY HOTELS, RESORTS & PORTS WITHIN REG. VIII & VICE VERSA, WITH THE USE OF ONE (1) UNIT, WITH PRAYER TO ADOPT TRADE NAME, RRV TRANSPORT SERVICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS APPLICATION WILL BE HEARD BY THIS BOARD ON JULY 19, 2013 AT 9:00 AM AT ITS OFFICE AT THE ABOVE MENTIONED ADDRESS. At least TEN (10) days prior to the date, applicant/s shall publish this Notice once in one (1) Daily newspaper of general circulation in Eastern Visayas. Parties opposed to the approval of the application must file verified written opposition supported by documentary evidences on or before the above date furnishing a copy of the same to the applicant, and may if they so desire, appear on said date and time. This application shall be acted upon by the Board on the basis of its records and the documentary evidences submitted by parties under the board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary or testimonial evidences. WITNESS THE HONORABLE REGIONAL DIRECTOR, ARTHUR L. SAIPUDIN, this 4th day of July 2013.

MELINDA FLOR Applicant/s/Petitioner x.............................x NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT IS A GRANTEE OF A CPC TO OPERATE A PUB SERVICE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGESR AND FREIGHT ALONG THE LINE: TACLOBAN CITY-BORONGAN-GUIUAN & VICE VERSA WITH THE USE OF ONE (1) UNIT WHICH CERTIFICATE WILL EXPIRE ON AUGUST 17, 2013. IN THE PRESENT APPLICATION, APPLICANT REQUEST AUTHORITY TO EXTENDTHE VALIDITY OF A CPC USING THE SAME ROUTE AND SAME NO. OF UNIT, WITH PRAYER TO ADOPT TRADE NAME, MC FLOR TRANSPORT SERVICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS APPLICATION WILL BE HEARD BY THIS BOARD ON JULY 19, 2013 AT 9:00 AM AT ITS OFFICE AT THE ABOVE MENTIONED ADDRESS. At least TEN (10) days prior to the date, applicant/s shall publish this Notice once in one (1) Daily newspaper of general circulation in Eastern Visayas. Parties opposed to the approval of the application must file verified written opposition supported by documentary evidences on or before the above date furnishing a copy of the same to the applicant, and may if they so desire, appear on said date and time. This application shall be acted upon by the Board on the basis of its records and the documentary evidences submitted by parties under the board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary or testimonial evidences. WITNESS THE HONORABLE REGIONAL DIRECTOR, ARTHUR L. SAIPUDIN, this 4th day of July 2013.

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through a three-hour ride from Tacloban through a 169-kilometer connecting Leyte and Biliran. The town has lodging houses for visitors who want to stay overnight. (SARWELL Q.MENIANO)

Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation & Communications Land Transportation Franchising & Regulatory Board Regional Office No. 8 Tacloban City LTFRB CASE NO. VIII-2013-0439 Ref. No. VIII-2003-0585 Application for Sale & Transfer of a CPC to operate a FILCAB service with Extension of Validity with Prayer to Adopt Trade Name. EVELIO C. DESTRAJO-VENDOR ROMEO C. DESTRAJO-VENDEE Applicant/s/Petitioner x.............................x NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT REQUEST AUTHORITY FOR THE APPROVAL OF SALE MADE BY EVELIO C. DESTRAJO-VENDOR IN FAVOR OF ROMEO C. DESTRAJO-VENDEE OF A CPC TO OPERATE A FILCAB SERVICE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT ALONG THE LINE: JAVIER-ABUYOG-BALINSASAYAO & VICE VERSA WHICH CERTIFICATE IS STILL VALID AND SUBSISTING UP TO JULY 4, 2013 WITH PRAYER TO ADOPT TRADE NAME, BEBEROME TRANSPORT SERVICE. IN THE PRESENT APPLICATION, APPLICANT REQUEST AUTHORITY FOR SALE & TRANSFER WITH EXTENSION OF VALIDITY OF A CPC USING THE SAME ROUTE AND SAME NO. OF UNIT. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS APPLICATION WILL BE HEARD BY THIS BOARD ON JULY 22, 2013 AT 9:00 AM AT ITS OFFICE AT THE ABOVE MENTIONED ADDRESS. At least TEN (10) days prior to the date, applicant/s shall publish this Notice once in one (1) Daily newspaper of general circulation in Eastern Visayas. Parties opposed to the approval of the application must file verified written opposition supported by documentary evidences on or before the above date furnishing a copy of the same to the applicant, and may if they so desire, appear on said date and time. This application shall be acted upon by the Board on the basis of its records and the documentary evidences submitted by parties under the board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary or testimonial evidences. WITNESS THE HONORABLE REGIONAL DIRECTOR, ARTHUR L. SAIPUDIN, this 4th day of July 2013.

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