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VOL. 1, No. 186
Cagayan de Oro City
December 22, 2011
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SUERTRES REGALO 2 DIGIT A father is sobbing, with a broken heart, while carrying his lifeless and most precious possession he could ever had, his child, after storm Sendong struck Cagayan de Oro City at dawn Saturday. Facebook PHOTO COURTESY OF DUANE ZAMBAS
THE number of people killed in the wake of tropical storm “Sendong” (international name: Washi) reached 1,026 as more bodies were recovered Wednesday in Lanao del Norte and Cagayan de Oro City in Northern Mindanao, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said.
“Many people are still missing in Iligan City, Lanao del Norte. We lost count of how many missing persons from the storm. I just came from there,” NDRRMC Executive Director Benito Ramos told reporters over the telephone Wednesday afternoon. Ramos said the total
number of fatalities so far was broken down as 650 in Cagayan de Oro; 299 in Iligan City; 17 in Bukidnon province; 44 in Negros Oriental; one in Cebu province; three in Zamboanga del Norte; five in Compostela Valley; one in Surigao del Sur; four in Lanao del Sur, and two in Camarines Sur.
Nawala, nakita, ug naluwas gikan kang Sendong Sinulat ni PJ TREMEDAL
M O B O D, O r o q u i e t a City––Nakita ug naluwas ang usa ka mangingisda nga mi-uban sa panon sa mang“lumayagan”(cattlefish) niadtong panahon sa wala pa mihapak si Bagyong Sendong. Nasayran sa Mindanao Daily-Western Mindanao Bureau nga nitaho sa CDRRMC sa pagkuso-kuso ni Sendong nga usa ka mangingisda ang nawala
didto sa lawud sa Oroquieta atbang sa Iligan Bay. Matud pa ang maong mangingisda naila nga si Edwin Indunto, hamtong ang pangidaron ug nagpuyo sa Purok 6, Barangay Mobod ning syudad nga sumala pa mikuyog sa usa ka panon sa mang“lumayagan” nga giguyod ug usa ka de-makinang sakyanan-dagat paingon sa lawod. Dugang pa sa iyang mga
kauban nga human nakakuha tungod kay “dawi” (daghan) ang mga lumayagan, ang nahi-unang namauli apan ang biktma matud nagpabilin nga nag-inusara aron dugangan ang iyang kuha nga “lumayagan” Human niadto wala na igkita ug naka-uli ang biktima nga siEdwin Indunto. Apan milabay ang 72 oras human gikuso-kuso na sa Sendong ang syudad. Nagpatabang na ang iyang pamilya ug mihimo gilayon ug search and res-
cue operation ang mga sakop sa CDRRMC apan wala gayud igkita na ang biktima. Apan pagka-ugma (Decembre 18) usa ka text message ang nadawat sa pamilyang Indunto nga atua kini sa Cebu kay samtang nag-utaw-utaw kapyot sa iyang baroto kini ang nakaplagan sa usa ka naglawig nga barko niadtong higayona ug karon nahiuli na gayud ang biktima ug gikalipay usab sa iyang pamilya.
Aside from the deteriorating potable water, Health Secretary Eric Tayag yesterday warned evacuation centers could be potential breeding grounds for epidemics. In a television interview, Tayag said: “We may be paying so much attention to the
Aneco versus Aneco By MANUEL M. EGAY JR.
BUTUAN City––“It’s up for the court to decide,” this is how Agusan del Norte Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Aneco, Inc.) General Manager Horacio Santos addressed the current problem the cooperative is facing. The scenario of having two electric entities created ANECO/p.2
INITIAL LIST OF DEATHS/CASUALTIES OF TYPHOON SENDONG FROM CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY AND OTHER AREAS IN MINDANAO Mrs. Damuag Rodrigo Siangco Rogelio Ramirez, Jr Liza Avenido Soledad Abejuela Mabelyn Lapot Unidentified Female Unidentified bodies (3) Unidentified bodies (9) Lemuel Galvez, 38 Roel Banawa Male child unidentified, 4 Julianne Cañete, 12 Joaquin Cañete, 8 Joan Jean Cañete, 13 Hanah Tantongco Norma Tantongco Nieves Arcadio, 69 Andrea Villarino Ernie Villarino Rexy Pado, 37 Zenaida Pasaylo Vanessa Caangay, 23
Brgy. Labrador, Polanco, Zamboanga del Norte Silawe, Polanco, Zamboange del Norte San Antonio, Polanco, Zamboange del Norte Brgy Cugman, Cagayan de Oro City Brgy. Macasandig, Cagayan de Oro City Brgy. Macasandig, Cagayan de Oro City Brgy 15, Cagayan de Oro City Brgy. Macasandig, Cagayan de Oro City Lanao del Norte Brgy. Tablon, CDO Brgy. Balulang, CDO Brgy. Balulang, CDO Cagayan de Oro City Cagayan de Oro City Cagayan de Oro City Carmen, Cagayan de Oro Carmen, Cagayan de Oro Macasandig, Cagayan de Oro Emely Homes Subd., Cagayan de Oro Emely Homes Subd., Cagayan de Oro Carmen, Cagayan de Oro Macasandig, Cagayan de Oro
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December 22, 2011
UN prexy alarmed over storm’s death toll in PH THE United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) President Nassir Abdulaziz Al-Nasser on Tuesday expressed “deep concern” over the death of nearly 1,000 people in the Philippines hit by Tropic Storm Washi. “The president of the General Assembly com-
mends the authorities and everyone involved for their valiant efforts in assisting all those affected by this tragedy and takes note of the declaration of a ‘national calamity’ by the government of the Philippines,” said a statement released by AlNasser’s spokesperson.
INITIAL LIST OF DEATHS/CASUALTIES OF TYPHOON SENDONG FROM CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY AND OTHER AREAS IN MINDANAO Felimon Bandivas, 80 Buenaventura Chan, 67 Edcel Bagro, 14 Lisa Bagro, 40 Edcel John Bagro, 5 Edison Bagro, 12 Gerardo Bacarro, 65 Unidentified bodies (40) Unidentified bodies (40) Rosita dela Peña, 57 Nazer Tuan, 6 Rakema Tuan, 4 Ashlia Tuan, 14 Julito Lumactod, 28 Unidentified (18) Miguel Angel Depotado, 5 Syra Noay, 2 Rachel Calijan.pregnant Maria Rodriguez, 31 Christine Joy Renolano,12 Florita Duran, 68 Unidentified Baby Girl Inocelio R. Iso, 66 Jovy Aklan, 17 Randy Aklan, 10 Tessie Jimenez AJ Paculanang Queterio Ojeda, 60 Mylene Bendiola, 30 Silveria Jimenez, 40 Belmarie Bendiola, 15 Jamaica Rendiola, 7 Edwin Jesus Alcoreza Unidentified (6) Cayetano Yayong Sr. Segunda Agus Sellero, 71 Renato Macagiliw, 52 Unidentified bodies (93) Unidentified bodies (61) Unidentified bodies (20) Unidentified bodies (32) Unidentified bodies (10) Unidentified bodies (13)
Balulang, Cagayan de Oro Macasandig, Cagayan de Oro Balongis, Cagayan de Oro Balongis, Cagayan de Oro Balongis, Cagayan de Oro Balongis, Cagayan de Oro Canitoan, Cagayan de Oro taken at Bollosos Funeral Homes, CDO Iligan City, Lanao del Norte Mt. Diwata, Diwalwal, Monkayo, Compostela Valley Mt. Diwata, Diwalwal, Monkayo, Compostela Valley Mt. Diwata, Diwalwal, Monkayo, Compostela Valley Mt. Diwata, Diwalwal, Monkayo, Compostela Valley Mt. Diwata, Diwalwal, Monkayo, Compostela Valley Negros Oriental Brgy. Tubtubon, Sibulan, Negros Oriental Brgy. Tubtubon, Sibulan, Negros Oriental Brgy. Tubtubon, Sibulan, Negros Oriental Brgy. Tubtubon, Sibulan, Negros Oriental Bais City, Negros Oriental Brgy. Tubtubon, Sibulan, Negros Oriental Brgy. Tubtubon, Sibulan, Negros Oriental Brgy. West Balabag, Valencia, Negros Oriental Brgy. West Balabag, Valencia, Negros Oriental Brgy. West Balabag, Valencia, Negros Oriental Brgy. Cadiocan, Valencia, Negros Oriental Brgy. Balili, Valencia, Negros Oriental Brgy. Malabo, Valencia, Negros Oriental Brgy. Malabo, Valencia, Negros Oriental Brgy. Cadiocan, Valencia, Negros Oriental Brgy. Cadiocan, Valencia, Negros Oriental Brgy. Cadiocan, Valencia, Negros Oriental Brgy. Pujagan, Valencia, Negros Oriental Brgy. Candao-ay and Brgy. Motong, Dumaguete City Brgy. Poblacion, San Jose, Negros Oriental Basang Poblacion, Pamplona Brgy. Liptong, Bacong taken at Bollozoz Funeral Homes taken at Somo Funeral Parlor taken at Cosmopolitan Funeral Homes taken at Green Hills Memorial taken at St Peter taken at Divine Shepherd
In the statement, AlNasser urged “all member states and the international community to continue to increase assistance to the thousands of victims and communities affected by this tragedy.” The Philippines suffered heavy loss of lives and dam-
age in the flooding caused by tropical storm Washi that struck its southern region on Saturday. The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) reported that most of the casualties were from the provinces of Misamis Oriental and
Lanao del Norte. More than 60,000 families in southern Philippines have been displaced by floods and landslides. This is one of the worst calamities that hit the region for the past few years. Philippine President Benigno Aquino III has placed
the cities of Cagayan de Oro in Misamis Oriental and Iligan in Lanao del Norte under state of calamity. The social welfare department and local government officials sent P8.2 million (US$ 186,533) worth of relief supplies to help families affected by the typhoon.
Aneco gikan sa pahina 1
Lawyer Nestor Escalona, chief legal officer of BIR-Caraga, told reporters that Aneco (Coop) complied with all the requirements set by the law for the application for exemption but was unaware that a case filed by Aneco (Inc.) against ACOA was still pending in court. Escalona also said that taxes can still be imposed on selected charges. Presently, the fight for who will serve the entire province of Agusan del Norte and Butuan City is going on. But Santos of Aneco (Inc.) was not surprised on the action of Aneco (Coop) and was just waiting for the court to rule out who really is the true management. Santos said there was an injunction order by the court to ACOA and Rosales not to execute any referendum, in fact a TRO [Temporary Restraining Order] was also granted
in favor of Aneco (Inc.), but Rosales and ACOA allegedly did not heed the order. He added that (Rosales and ACOA) group tried to encourage the memberconsumers of Aneco to convert into a cooperative through a petition for a referendum after failing to convince the board of directors on its conversion. The rule states that if the board of directors refuses to conduct a referendum, the memberconsumers may initiate it through a petition duly signed by at least 300 member-consumers of each district of the cooperative as specified under RA 9520. ACOA got 4,500 sign at u re s w h ic h c ou ld have assured them of its referendum, but during the validation of the said member-consumers, it came out that some of it are either deceased, not
in good standing (in paying) or not even a member of the cooperative. Only around 3,000 memberconsumers were qualified during the evaluation and validation of Aneco. “The attempt for a referendum was deliberately initiated by ACOA in line with Aneco (Inc.)’s AGMA this year. With Aneco (Inc.) having its assembly at the provincial capitol having an estimated 9,200 attendees while Aneco (Coop) went on with theirs at FSUU g ymnasium,” said Santos. “They claimed to gather 29-percent of the memberconsumers (20-percent is just needed for a referendum to be approved as required by CDA) to call for the conversion of the cooperative. Again, our office is the only one who can validate if the member-consumers who signed are in good standing or are members of the cooperative, but we did not receive anything from them. If it was validated and came out all those who signed are legitimate, then we have to conform on the decision of the majority,” said Santos. Santos also assumes that if ACOA was able to convince 30,000 members, he added that it could be possible that only 50-percent of the totals are in good standing. “Let me also correct what Mr. Rosales said in their Press Conference that Aneco is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is not true. We are under the National Electrification Administration and we want to remain it that way. All are standardized; we can not even dictate our salaries and BOD’s per diem and does reportorial to their office to avoid any misappropriation of funds of the cooperative. We did not even receive a copy of the registration from CDA or even informed us that a registration was made,” added Santos. As to Pelaez part, she was unaware that a press conference will be done together with the BIR as she was only informed on the day itself. But as the CDA director, she attested on the Aneco’s (Coop) registration based on the presentation of the certificate of registration in front of the media.
a stir in Butuan Cit y as to who will really be credited to control the multi-billion-peso electric cooperative. The Alliance for Consumer Ownership of Aneco (ACOA) led by Mr. Roberto “Obet” Rosales announced to media–– during a press conference attended by Aneco (Coop) interim board of director––the updates of their continued struggle to control the electric cooperative through Aneco (Coop) which was registered with the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) on November 10, 2011 as confirmed by its Regional Director Manuela Pelaez. A certificate of Tax Exemption was also granted to Aneco (Coop) as approved by the Bureau of Internal Revenue Caraga.
EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE
COWD ADVISORY The public may avail of the following sources where they can collect water from: POINT SOURCE PW#3A M.U.S.T.
TYPE Pumping Station ( 15 Faucets) Faucets
Brgy. Lapasan Plaza CUMC
Balulang Booster Station PW#17
PW#25 PW#27 Julie’s Bakeshop Jollibee-Carmen Golden Heritage Elipe Park
Faucets Faucets Hydrant Hydrant Hydrant Hydrant
COWD Sub-office PW#10 City Hall City Tennis Court Xavier University Grade School
Hydrant Faucets Faucets Faucets Hydrant
LOCATION Near Macasandig Elementary School Near Mindanao University of Science & Technology Lapasan Across CUMC Hospital, Gusa-for fire trucks only Entrance of Capistrano Complex -for fire trucks only Balongis, Balulang Near Mary Mount Academy, Balulang Villa Angela, Balulang Near Macanhan Plaza Vamenta, Carmen Vamenta, Carmen Vamenta, Carmen Fronting Liceo (Patag Road) Kauswagan Calaanan Outside City Hall Outside City Tennis Court Fronting XUGS Gate
IMPORTANT REMINDER: PLEASE BOIL THE WATER BEFORE DRINKING
Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of deceased ANACORITO G. TABALBA, who died on November 23, 2010, and ZITA MILLEZA A. TABALBA, who died on June 13, 1987 at Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, Philipines. That the said deceased died living a will and testament and any outstanding debts in favor of any person or entry that however same deceased excluded in his will and testament the following real property particularly described. A parcel of land (lot 3-A-1, of the subdivision plan (LRC) Psd-42305, being a portion of lot 3-A, (LRC)Psd38005, LRC Rec. No. F Patient) situated in the Poblacion, Municipality of Malaybalay, Province of Bukidnon, Island of Mindanao containing an area of THREE HUNDERED EIGHTY NINE (389) square meters, more or less covered by certificate of Title No, T-20597. Under Notary Public EFREN J. BENDICION, Doc No 26, Page No 6, Book No. 25, Series of 2011. MDB: DEC. 22, 29 & JAN. 5, 2012
COWD ADVISORY This is to inform the public of the UPDATED WATER RATIONING SCHEDULE effective December 21, 2011 as follows: DAYS
MWF and SUNDAYS
12MN – 4AM
TTH and SATURDAYS
AREAS KAUSWAGAN BAYABAS BONBON From ELIPE PARK, CARMEN to APOVEL SUBDIVISION HYDRANTS & FAUCETS ALONG VAMENTA BOULEVARD, CARMEN x Near Jollibee x Near Golden Heritage Outside City Hall-public faucets Outside City Tennis Courtpublic faucets HYDRANTS & FAUCETS from LAPASAN to BUGO x Brgy. Lapasan Plaza x Near MUST
IMPORTANT REMINDER: PLEASE BOIL THE WATER BEFORE DRINKING
December 22, 2011 3 News in focus Cepalco restores 95% of power in Oro, other areas THE Cagayan Electric Power and Light Company, Inc. (CEPALCO) announced yesterday morning that it has restored 95-percent of its service area covering Cagayan de Oro City and the municipalities of Tagoloan, Villanueva and Jasaan, all in the province of Misamis Oriental are back with stable power supply. Last Friday’s storm Sendong wrought extensive damage to Cepalco’s transmission and distribution system. In a statement, Cepalco said the line troubles were caused by vegetation hazards such as falling tree branches, uprooted trees as well as
falling billboards due to the heavy rains and [very] strong winds. Cepalco’s service and line crews worked round-theclock since Friday evening to repair damaged transmission and distribution lines, it said. At 10 a.m. of Saturday (December 17), one substation feeder was re-energized and power supply to some barangays in the western side of Cagayan de Oro City was restored. Around 5 p.m. of the same day, all Cepalco substations were successfully reenergized, restoring power supply to about 80-percent of its service area.
Some areas though, particularly those severely affected by the flashfloods had to be isolated for further line clearing and line re-construction work, the statement said. Yesterday, Cepalco completed the line clearing and re-construction work in all barangays severely hit by flashfloods. It added: “These isolated areas are ready for energization anytime the city’s Office of the Building Official [OBO] gives the go signal and certifies the safety and readiness of the areas for power restoration.” Representatives from OBO and the Institute of
Integrated Electrical Engineers [IIEE]-CDO Chapter, along with Cepalco engineers started last Monday the site inspections of areas badly hit by the flashfloods to verify if these areas are safe for power restoration.
“So far, OBO has already cleared for energization portions of Iponan, Kauswagan, Carmen, MabiniBurgos and portions of the City Hall area. After OBO’s clearance, the above areas were immediately energized
Maayad ha Pasko daw madagway ha Bag-ong Tuig kanit alan dini ta Probinsya ta Bukidnon!
Did collapse of logjammed dams contribute to C. de Oro floods? THE Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is looking into reports that the collapse of three irrigation dams - reportedly clogged with logs and debris - may have contributed to the deadly flashfloods that struck Cagayan de Oro City at the height of tropical storm “Sendong.” Talk that a dam collapse could have unleashed the deluge on Cagayan de Oro and Iligan City have been making the rounds since early this week. When asked earlier, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council said it could not confirm the reports, although Edgardo Ollet, operations chief of the Office of Civil Defense, said it was possible that a “natural dam” caused the flooding. “Posible na nagpatong-
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patong mga troso tapos nung naipon ang mga tubig biglang rumagasa ito (It is possible that logs had piled up and when the water had backed up suddenly gave way),” Ollet said in
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by Cepalco,” the statement added. The Cepalco said that today, the OBO inspectors will be conducting safety inspections in Puntod, Bulua, Balulang and the other portions of Kauswagan and Iponan.
*BARANGAY 6 OFFICIALS*
Kagawad on Health:
HON. MARILOU S. ALON
Kagawad on Finance:
HON. JULIUS M. LAPINID
Kagawad on Education:
HON. MERIAM G. ANDOY
Kagawad on Peace and Order:
HON. ROMEO S. TAN
Kagawad on Infrastructure:
HON. CECILIO V. VILLON
Kagawad on Good Governance and Justice/Senior Citizen:
HON. ELMA L. SAMULDE
Kagawad on Agriculture:
HON. ERLINDA B. LICAYAN
HON. ARIANNE KRIZZEL PALAMINE
an earlier interview. In Iligan, thousands of logs were carried by the flashfloods and washed up on the city’s shorelines. (with a report from Abigail Kwok, InterAksyon.com)
CHRISTY ANN T. FERNANDEZ
NELLY N. LIM
LORRAINE B. DINLAYAN
Republic of the Philippines PROVINCE OF BUKIDNON Malaybalay City
OFFICE OF THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNOR
December 22, 2011
Editor: JOE DEL PEURTO FELICILDA
Death From page 1 to the corpses we will ignore the evacuation centers.” He added: “If there is any epidemic or threat to health, it will come from the evacuation centers.” In recent days, local authorities in the hard-hit port cities of Cagayan de Oro and Iligan have struggled to deal with the hundreds of dead, decomposing bodies and their overpowering stench. Iligan began on Tuesday mass burials of identified victims, while Cagayan de Oro is preparing a swimming pool-size communal tomb at the local cemetery. Officials of the two cities told AFP the evacuation centers -- mainly schools and gymnasiums -- have escaped epidemics so far, though conditions remain chaotic due the shortage of skilled relief workers to run them. Levy Villarin, health of-
ficer of Iligan, said the city’s tap water distribution facilities had been shut down to prevent possible contamination by floodwaters and fire trucks have to deliver water to 16 evacuation camps. “The problem is we only have one or two toilets per school, and they have to cater to 3,000 or 4,000 users,” he said. “In order to avoid epidemics we need clean water and portalets (portable toilets),” Villarin added. Cagayan de Oro Councilor Dante Pajo, who is in charge of health matters, agreed there was not enough food or water for the more than 26,000 evacuees there. “The affected areas still don’t have water or electrical services. We have to bring water to them with fire trucks,” he said. At a Cagayan de Oro gymnasium, 52-year-old grandmother Adela Campaner lined up for porridge midmorning for her and her
EXTRA JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT AMONG HEIRS Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of Late Optate Espejon and Serecia Alipayo, who died without any will; left several real properties all situated in the municipality of General Luna, Surigao del Norte, all of which are not registered under Act No. 496 nor under the Spanish Mortgage Law; That the parties hereto being all of legal ages and with full civil capacity to contract, hereby these presents agree to divide and adjudicate, as they hereby divide and adjudicate , among themselves, the properties in the manner as follows; TO: RESTITUTA ESPEJON: 1.) Tax Dec. No. 310 situated at Poyange, General Luna, Surigao del Norte, 2). Tax Dec. No. 2856 situated at Mainit, General Luna, Surigao del Norte, 3). One half of lot under Tax Dec. No. 236 situated at Cabalawan, General Luna, Surigao del Norte. TO: CRISPINA ESPEJON DE BERTE: 1. One half of Tax Dec. No. 166 (1/2 goes to Verana Espejon) situated at Bayod, General Luna, Surigao del Norte, 2.) One half of Tax Dec. No. 628 (1/2 goes to Rodulfo Espejon) situated at Darohan, General Luna, Surigao del Norte, and more particularly described as follows; (only the plain or patagan to be adjudicated between Crispina & Rodulfo excluding uphills goes only to the latter. TO: CLODUALDO ESPEJON 1. Tax Dec. No. 645 situated at Bayod, General Luna, Surigao del Norte, 2. Part of lot under Tax Dec. No. 1263 with an area of 60 square meters only (12 meters by 5) 3.z) One Third part (on the eastern side) of lot under Tax Dec. No. 625 (Riceland) situated at Tawin-tawin, General Luna, Surigao del Norte. 4.) One third (1/3) portion of lot under Tax Dec. No. 1255 situated at Ayog, General Luna, Surigao del Norte. TO: ULDARICO ESPEJON 1. Tax Dec. No. 1883 situated at Poblacion, General Luna, Surigao del Norte. 2.) Tax Dec. No. 637 situated at Hayod, General Luna, Surigao del Norte. 3). One third west portion of Tax Dec. No. 625 situated at Tawin-tawin, General Luna, Surigao del Norte, which has been described in Number (3) of Clodualdo Espejon (above). 4. One third (1/3) portion of lot under Tax Dec. No. 1255 situated at Ayog, General Luna, Surigao del Norte, which has been described in No. (4) under Clodualdo Espejon above. TO: VERANA ESPEJON: 1. One half of lot under Tax Dec No. 166 (the other 1/2) goes to Crispina Espejon de Berte) situated at Bayod, General Luna, Surigao del Norte, 2. Lot under Tac Dec. No. 1263 except the house which will have to be divided later on by a separate agreement between the herein parties or heirs but only after the death of Verana Espejon and the ten (10) meters and five (5) meters portion which is awarded to Clodualdo Espejon, situated at the Poblacion of General Luna, Surigao del Norte. 3. One half (1/2) of lot No. 236 (the other half goes to Restituta Espejon) situated at Cabalawan, General Luna, Surigao del Norte, which has been described in No. (3) under Restituta Espejon above. TO: RUDOLFO ESPEJON 1. Tax Dec. No. 3137 situated at the poblacion of General Luna, Surigao del Norte. 2.) One half portion of Lot No. 3136 situated at the poblacion, General Luna, Surigao del Norte 3.) One half (1/2) portion of Lot under Tax Dec. No. 628 (the other half goes to Crispina Espejon de Berte) situated at Darohan, General Luna, Surigao del Norte, which has been described in No. (2) under Crispina Espejon above. ( or 1/2 of the plain or patagan only to be adjudicated bet. Crispina & Rodulfo excluding uphills goes only to the latter. 4). The middle one-third (1/3) portion of the Riceland under Tax Dec. No. 625 situated at Tawin-tawin, General Luna, Surigao del Norte, which has been described in No. (3) under Clodualdo Espejon above.5.) One third (1/3) portion of the lot under Tax Dec. No. 1255 situated at Ayog, General Luna, Surigao del Norte, which has been described in No. (4) under Clodualdo Espejon above. That the three residential lots under Tax Dec. No. 639, 665 and 1233 will be awarded or to be owned by all parties herein except Verana Espejon and that the division or a separate agreement of the said properties will be made later . a.) Lot under Tax Dec. No. 236 ---- by and between Restituta Espejon and Verana Espejon; b.) Lot under Tax Dec. No. 166 ------ by and between Crispina Espejon de Berte and Verana Espejon; c.) Lot under Tax Dec. No. 628 ------ by and between Crispina Espejon de Berte and Rudolfo Espejon; d.) The house located in lot under Tax. Dec. No. 1263 ---- by all the parties herein; after her death (Verana Espejon); e.) Lot under Tax Dec. No. 625 ----- by and between Clodualdo Espejon, Uldarico Espejon and Rodulfo Espejon: f.) Lot under Tax Dec. No. 1255 ----- by and between Clodualdo Espejon, Uldarico Espejon and Rodulfo Espejon, are the subject of EXTRA JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT AMONG HEIRS in Favor to RESTITUTA ESPEJON, CRISPINA ESPEJON DE BERTE, CLODUALDO ESPEJON , ULDARICO ESPEJON, VERANA ESPEJON and RODULFO ESPEJON, all of legal ages, Filipinos, and with residence and postal address at General Luna, Surigao del Norte, are the legitimate sons and daughters and sole heirs OF the Late OPTATE ESPEJON AND SERECIA ALIPAYO, under the Notary Public of CRESCENCIO R. DALOCANOG as per Reg. No. 75; Page No. 55; Book No. VI; Series of 1974. MDB: DECEMBER 15, 22, & 29, 2011
two grandchildren’s first meal of the day. “I am ashamed that I have to beg for food,” she said, vowing to go back to their devastated riverside shantytown of Consolacion, as soon as possible so she could resume normal life selling cooked food at a roadside restaurant. Wearing a mismatched T-shirt and pants obtained from relief workers, she said she had not taken a bath for three days and was forced to retreat from the school’s toilet earlier in the day due to the repulsive smell. The gym was filled to the rafters with people sleeping on mats and cardboard cartons. “I want to get out of here,” said her son Rex Campaner, a 35-year-old security guard who said he had difficulty sleeping at night because of the noise from more than a thousand other evacuees. “I would much prefer to live in miserable conditions Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Caraga Administrative Region Capitol Avenue, Butuan City Case No. 2006-13-05385 CAR Control No. R13-2011-197 REN ROBERTO EDEN Applicant THIS IS AN APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE TO OPERATE PUJ JITNEY SERVICE PURSUANT TO M.C. 2011-005 DATED MAY 25, 2011 x- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -x NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT/PETITIONER request authority to operate PUJ JITNEY SERVICE with the use of ONE (1) unit/s within the following route ROUTE EIGHT (8): BUTUAN INTRA-CITY ROUTES & VICE VERSA. This application/petition will be considered by the Board on 26 DECEMBER 2011, 10:00 a.m. at its LTFRB Office, Capitol Avenue, Butuan City where the applicant/Petitioner shall formally submit his/her evidences. At least ten (10) days prior to the date of Hearing,. Applicant/Petitioner shall publish this Notice once in ONE (1) newspaper of general circulation to the Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the Application must file their written opposition supported by the documentary evidences honor before the above date furnishing a copy if the same to the Applicant/Petitioner and should they desire, appear on the said date and time above-mentioned. This application/Petition shall be acted upon the Board on the basis of its records and documentary evidences submitted by the parties, unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral Evidences submitted by the parties. FAILURE TO APPEAR TO THE SCHEDULES DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/PETITION. WITNESS OF THE HONORABLE ATTY. ALIM D. PANGANDAMAN, Regional Director, DOTCCaraga region This 10th day of NOVEMBER, 2011 (SGD) EDIVEE SUBLA-BUSICO Hearing Officer MDB: Dec 22, 2011
Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Caraga Administrative Region Capitol Avenue, Butuan City Case No. 2011-13-619 CAR (2009-13-008 CAR) NORMA H. RAMA Applicant THIS IS AN APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE OF ERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE TO OPERATE PUJ JITNEY SERVICE PURSUANT TO M.C. 2011-005 DATED MAY 25, 2011 x- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - -x NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT/PETITIONER request authority to operate PUJ JITNEY SERVICE with the use of ONE (1) unit/s within the following route ROUTE FOUR (4): BUTUAN INTRA-CITY ROUTES & VICE VERSA. This application/petition will be considered by the Board on 27 DECEMBER 2011, 10:00 a.m. at its LTFRB Office, Capitol Avenue, Butuan City where the applicant/Petitioner shall formally submit his/her evidences. At least ten (10) days prior to the date of Hearing,. Applicant/Petitioner shall publish this Notice once in ONE (1) newspaper of general circulation to the Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the Application must file their written opposition supported by the documentary evidences honor before the above date furnishing a copy if the same to the Applicant/Petitioner and should they desire, appear on the said date and time above-mentioned. This application/Petition shall be acted upon the Board on the basis of its records and documentary evidences submitted by the parties, unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral Evidences submitted by the parties. FAILURE TO APPEAR TO THE SCHEDULES DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/PETITION. WITNESS OF THE HONORABLE ATTY. ALIM D. PANGANDAMAN, Regional Director, DOTC-Caraga region This 10th day of NOVEMBER, 2011 (SGD) EDIVEE SUBLA-BUSICO Hearing Officer
MDB: Dec 22, 2011
Misoc joins hands for Sendong Victims joined their hands to help and support the victims of “super killer” storm Sendong. On December 22, the governor together with her staff, PCL-Missamis Occidental chapter, mayors from 14 towns, and three cities will be coming to Iligan and Cagayan de Oro cities to deliver and conduct relief operations for the victims of Sendong. After the Sangguniang Panlalawigan presided over by Vice Governor Henry Oaminal passed a joint resolution of authority to use the QRF from the five-percent calamity funds of the province, authorized the governor to release P500,000 for the victims of Iligan City and another P500,000 for the victims of Cagayan de Oro City. “We were saddened and surely we will give our empathy to the families’ victims of the most devastating typhoon that ever happens in our country, we in the SP of Misamis Occidental amidst our minor damages because of the typhoon as we join hands to send our condolences to those who had left their families and to give
our heartfelt assistance to the living victims, added to this, we also passed a resolution to the effect that if we have our savings in the Sangguniang Panlalawigan we will share this to our brother Misamisnons who are now living in the two cities and affected by the wrath of Sendong,” Oaminal lamented. Meanwhile, Ramiro, who convened her division chiefs yesterday, decided to cancel all Christmas parties in each offices and instead, share their would-be expenses to the victims. “Yes we have decided to cancel all Christmas parties of every department, and we will share our blessings to the victims,” she said. In related development, the Philippine Councilors League-Misoc provincial chapter led by Board Member Elsa Navarro said that all SBs and SPs from 17 towns and cities will share P200 from their own pockets to help the typhoon victims. Like other NGOs and POs of Misamis Occidental, government owned corporation like the Oroquieta City Water District (OCWD) with GM Ric Ravacio and BOD President Evelyn Catherine Silagon go out of their ways to collect and share relief goods like clothings, canned goods, and cash donations from the employees of the water district.
Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Caraga Administrative Region Capitol Avenue, Butuan City
Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Caraga Administrative Region Capitol Avenue, Butuan City
Case No. 2011-13-617 CAR
Case No. 2011-13-615 CAR (2004-13-04386 CAR RAMIL C. CURILAN Applicant THIS IS AN APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE OF ERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE TO OPERATE PUJ JITNEY SERVICE PURSUANT TO M.C. 2011-005 DATED MAY 25, 2011 x- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - -x
By PJ TREMEDAL
OROQUIETA City––Amid minor damages after the wrath of Sendong last December 16-17, Misamisnons led by Governor Hermie Ramiro in my own house,” he added. The civil defense agency said that more than 348,000 people were affected by the storm with 276,000 people receiving emergency assistance, including 44,000 at evacuation centers. Many others that are getting government aid are sheltering with relatives. Many of them cannot return home as their houses were destroyed by the flood and the government has said they would not be allowed to go back to potentially dangerous areas. PNA, with reports from InterAksyon. com Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Caraga Administrative Region Capitol Avenue, Butuan City Case No. 2011-13-618 CAR MYRNA T. BEGIN Applicant THIS IS AN APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE OF ERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE TO OPERATE PUJ JITNEY SERVICE PURSUANT TO M.C. 2011-005 DATED MAY 25, 2011 x- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - -x NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT/PETITIONER request authority to operate PUJ JITNEY SERVICE with the use of ONE (1) unit/s within the following route FROM NASIPIT, AGUSAN DEL NORTED TO ANY POINT IN CARAGA REGION & VICE VERSA. This application/petition will be considered by the Board on 27 DECEMBER 2011, 10:00 a.m. at its LTFRB Office, Capitol Avenue, Butuan City where the applicant/Petitioner shall formally submit his/her evidences. At least ten (10) days prior to the date of Hearing,. Applicant/Petitioner shall publish this Notice once in ONE (1) newspaper of general circulation to the Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the Application must file their written opposition supported by the documentary evidences honor before the above date furnishing a copy if the same to the Applicant/Petitioner and should they desire, appear on the said date and time above-mentioned. This application/Petition shall be acted upon the Board on the basis of its records and documentary evidences submitted by the parties, unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral Evidences submitted by the parties. FAILURE TO APPEAR TO THE SCHEDULES DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/PETITION. WITNESS OF THE HONORABLE ATTY. ALIM D. PANGANDAMAN, Regional Director, DOTC-Caraga region This 10th day of NOVEMBER, 2011 (SGD) EDIVEE SUBLA-BUSICO Hearing Officer
MDB: Dec 22, 2011
Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Caraga Administrative Region Capitol Avenue, Butuan City Case No. 2002-13-01651CAR JANE M. ORQUILLAS Applicant THIS IS AN APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE OF ERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE TO OPERATE PUJ JITNEY SERVICE PURSUANT TO M.C. 2011-005 DATED MAY 25, 2011 x- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - -x NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT/PETITIONER request authority to operate PUJ DUAL SERVICE with the use of ONE (1) unit/s within the following route BUTUAN CITY KITCHARAO VIA CABADBARAN CITY & VICE VERSA & AS FOR CARGOES FROM SAID PLACE TO ANY POINT IN CARAGA REGION. This application/petition will be considered by the Board on 28 DECEMBER 2011, 10:00 a.m. at its LTFRB Office, Capitol Avenue, Butuan City where the applicant/Petitioner shall formally submit his/her evidences. At least ten (10) days prior to the date of Hearing,. Applicant/Petitioner shall publish this Notice once in ONE (1) newspaper of general circulation to the Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the Application must file their written opposition supported by the documentary evidences honor before the above date furnishing a copy if the same to the Applicant/Petitioner and should they desire, appear on the said date and time above-mentioned. This application/Petition shall be acted upon the Board on the basis of its records and documentary evidences submitted by the parties, unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral Evidences submitted by the parties. FAILURE TO APPEAR TO THE SCHEDULES DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/PETITION. WITNESS OF THE HONORABLE ATTY. ALIM D. PANGANDAMAN, Regional Director, DOTC-Caraga region This 10th day of NOVEMBER, 2011 (SGD) EDIVEE SUBLA-BUSICO Hearing Officer
MDB: Dec 22, 2011
FERNANDO ILIGAN Applicant THIS IS AN APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE OF ERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE TO OPERATE PUJ JITNEY SERVICE PURSUANT TO M.C. 2011-005 DATED MAY 25, 2011 x- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - -x NOTICE OF HEARING
NOTICE OF HEARING
APPLICANT/PETITIONER request authority to operate TOURIST CAR SERVICE with the use of ONE (1) unit/s within the following route FROM CLAVER, SURIGAO DEL NORTE TO ANY % VICE VERSA. This application/petition will be considered by the Board on 26 DECEMBER 2011, 10:00 a.m. at its LTFRB Office, Capitol Avenue, Butuan City where the applicant/Petitioner shall formally submit his/her evidences. At least ten (10) days prior to the date of Hearing,. Applicant/Petitioner shall publish this Notice once in ONE (1) newspaper of general circulation to the Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the Application must file their written opposition supported by the documentary evidences honor before the above date furnishing a copy if the same to the Applicant/Petitioner and should they desire, appear on the said date and time above-mentioned. This application/Petition shall be acted upon the Board on the basis of its records and documentary evidences submitted by the parties, unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral Evidences submitted by the parties. FAILURE TO APPEAR TO THE SCHEDULES DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/ PETITION. WITNESS OF THE HONORABLE ATTY. ALIM D. PANGANDAMAN, Regional Director, DOTC-Caraga region This 10th day of NOVEMBER, 2011
APPLICANT/PETITIONER request authority to operate PUJ JITNEY SERVICE with the use of ONE (1) unit/s within the following route ROUTE TWO (2): BUTUAN INTRA-CITY ROUTES & VICE VERSA. This application/petition will be considered by the Board on 26 DECEMBER 2011, 10:00 a.m. at its LTFRB Office, Capitol Avenue, Butuan City where the applicant/Petitioner shall formally submit his/her evidences. At least ten (10) days prior to the date of Hearing,. Applicant/Petitioner shall publish this Notice once in ONE (1) newspaper of general circulation to the Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the Application must file their written opposition supported by the documentary evidences honor before the above date furnishing a copy if the same to the Applicant/Petitioner and should they desire, appear on the said date and time above-mentioned. This application/Petition shall be acted upon the Board on the basis of its records and documentary evidences submitted by the parties, unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral Evidences submitted by the parties. FAILURE TO APPEAR TO THE SCHEDULES DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/PETITION. WITNESS OF THE HONORABLE ATTY. ALIM D. PANGANDAMAN, Regional Director, DOTC-Caraga region This 10th day of NOVEMBER, 2011
(SGD) EDIVEE SUBLA-BUSICO Hearing Officer
MDB: Dec 22, 2011
(SGD) EDIVEE SUBLA-BUSICO Hearing Officer
MDB: Dec 22, 2011
EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the late RESTITUTA A. ESPEJON, who died in General Luna, Surigao del Norte on October 12, 2006 left the following real property: Tax Declaration No. 3710 ‘ A parcel of land particularly described as Lot 9165, CAD 789-D, situated in Barangay 5, General Luna, Surigao del Norte, containing an area of 2,280 square meters, more or less, is under EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE in favor to PEDRITO ESPEJON, NELY ESPEJON MAMAC, MANUELO ESPEJON and NIEL BERTE, Filipino citizens, of legal age, and residents of General Luna, Surigao del Norte herein after referred to as HEIRS-VENDORS, likewise THERISA SANDIGAN, Filipino, of legal age, single, and a resident of Cebu City, hereinafter referred to as VENDEE of the above parcel of land, for the consideration of Php. 425,000.00 under the Notary Public of ZARA TEODORA B. CABANLET as per Doc. No. 77; Page No. 16; Book No 13; Series of 2011. MDB: DECEMBER 15, 22 & 29, 2011
ONB opens branch in Sultan Kudarat INAUGURATES RENOVATED BRANCHES IN COMVAL, CARAGA
THE municipality of Esperanza in Sultan Kudarat warmly welcomed One Network Bank’s newest branch, the sole bank serving the locale. The 83rd addition to the widest banking network in Mindanao is ONB’s response to the municipality’s yearning for the ONB brand of rural banking. The branch inauguration in December 8, 2011 was a meaningful town affair as local residents, businessmen and government officials flocked to the branch. Spearheading the ribbon cutting ceremony was Esperanza Municipal Mayor Helen T. Latog, assisted by ONB’s valued clients Ms. Annabelle Midtimbang and Dr. Pedro Aquino. The blessing rite was officiated by the Most Reverend Antonio P. Pueyo of the Archdiocese of Cotabato. In her speech, Mayor
Latog expressed her earnest gratitude to ONB for its determination to render Esperanza the unparalleled service that has benefitted majority of countryside Mindanao as this was, in her words, “a sign of progress of the municipality”. Just a stone’s throw away from the municipal hall, Esperanza Branch guarantees hassle-free banking transactions with its wide parking area and spacious interior. Now, Esperanza joins the growing number of municipalities in Mindanao to enjoy in the modern and convenient banking experience that ONB offers. True to its commitment of providing the latest bank-
ing innovations to the rural communities of Mindanao and in support of its aggressive branch expansion, ONB also inaugurated its bigger and more accessible branches in Monkayo, Compostela Valley and in Surigao City and Cabadbaran City, Caraga Region last December 3, 2011. In their speeches Mayor Ernesto T. Matugas of Surigao City and Mayor Dale B. Corvera of Cabadbaran City collectively highlighted the new ONB edifices as major indicators of improvement in the areas they govern. Together with the attendees of the branch inaugurations, the mayors are hopeful that their provinces would also benefit from the banking services long enjoyed by other countryside clients of the widest and fastest growing rural bank in Mindanao. Today, ONB operates with a total number of 81 branches and 107 PeraAgad ATMs all over Mindanao. It remains to be the widest rural banking network in the Philippines and the most modern provider of banking services to the unserved or underserved communities in the country. Ara Largo
December 22, 2011
Maayong Pasko ug Mabungahong Bag-ong Tuig gikan sa among kinatibuk-ang pamilya.
ROY G. LLUBIT YOLANDO L. LLUBIT Brgy. Kagawad
Alang sa usa ka kristohanong pagtimbaya ning Kapaskuhan... Mga Misamisnons...Maayong Pasko ug Mabungahong Bag-ong Tuig 2012 kaninyong tanan..! Panag-hiusa ug Pag-salig sa matag usa inubanan sa matinud-anong Pagserbisyo kanamong nag-dumala sa kagamhanan kitang tanan, Magmalambu-on.
Kaninyo, Gobernador Hermie M. Ramiro
December 22, 2011
Editor: RUEL PELONE
Nganong karon lang Why do bad things happen to good people? HUMAN sa ngilngig nga kamatayon sa liboan ka mga biktima sa bagyong Sendong, ang administrasyon ni Presidente Benigno Aquino III naghuna-huna karong nga hatagan og permanent relocation kadtong mga residente nga nagpuyo diha sa gitawag og “disasterprone sites.” Nindot ang maong plano ug dugay na kana nga ideya nga ibalhin gayud ang mga lumulupyo nga anaa sa mga “disaster-prone.” Ang problema usahay kay bihan og nakita na sa mga lokal opisyal nga makuyaw ang mga lugar diin nagbalay ang katawhan, padayon nga buta sila. Mora og wala silay nakita nga problema. Karon nga nahitabo na ang trahedya diin liboan ang nangamatay mibalik na usab ang maong sugyot nga ibalhin ang mga lumulupyo nga anaa sa mga delikado nga lugar. Pangutana. Nganong karon ra man? Kung tino-oray ang maong plano, angayan tingali nga sugdan dayon kini ug dili na iagi sa pag-estorya.
THINK a minute. Why do bad things happen to good people? Why does that kind, honest person who does the right thing get fired from his job? And why does that evil crook become rich and get away with lying and cheating? Maybe you’ve asked yourself: “If God is so good, then why doesn’t He do something?” We feel like the little girl who wanted a big new bicycle. But her father told her no because she had to wait until she was bigger. The girl got angry and said, “Then I want a new Daddy!” Sometimes when we don’t agree with God we act like that little girl who can’t trust her father, even though He knows much more than her.
Ibalhin dayon kadtong mga katawhan nga anaa nagpuyo sa mga kuyaw nga lugar. Dali ra sila makit-an kay halos anaa sila nagtapok sa mga daplin sa suba, mga dagkong creek, ug kadagatan. Maayo sab tingali nga ayohon sa gobyerno, pinaagi sa Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), ang tanang drainage system. Angayan usab nga lantawon sa gobyerno ang mga gihimong “dam” o “water reservoir.” Angay tan-awon kung asa o hain mopaingon ang ilang tubig kung sila mag-release sa ilang mga pundong tubig. Kung gilihuk kini nga mga plano niadtong una pa, wala unta mahitabo kining trahedya karon. Apan kanunay gayud ulahi ang pagbasol. Giingon sa pinulungan nga Ingles: “Experience is the worst teacher because THE last time I can reit teaches you the lesson call Mindanao, specifically after it happened.” Davao, was hit by a typhoon was about 40 years or so ago. Typhoon “Titang” circa late 1960’s veered its course and slammed the coastal towns of Davao del Sur The MINDANAO DAILY is published by Mindanao Daily including Davao City. I Balita everyday at Door 3, Geleng Bldg., Lapasan Highway, was a new reporter of the Cagayan de Oro City. It is registered with the Department Mindanao Times then just of Trade and Industry (DTI), Region 10 with CerƟfifcate No. fresh from college. 01349532, and with Business Permit No. 2011-1516, TIN No. Mindanao is tradition946-396-807-001 ally “outside the typhoon” belt. Although typhoons are Telefax Nos: (088) 856-3344, (08822)74-53-80, born in the Pacific Ocean Cell nos.: 0917-7121424, 0923-432-0687 east of the island, they start Website: www//mindanaodailybalita.com their westerly course northE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org wards and always miss us. DANTE M. SUDARIA In fact, Mindanao boasts of PUBLISHER its comparative advantage ROSE MARY D. SUDARIA MANAGER in agriculture in that we RUEL V. PELONE are immune and free from EDITOR-IN-CHIEF typhoons. But not over this ALLAN M. MEDIANTE MELANIE RIVERA weekend. EXECUTIVE EDITOR IRENE DOMINGO Typhoon “Sendong” hit AòÙã®Ý®Ä¦ JOE PANTOJA SONNY DAVID northern Mindanao and up NóÝ E®ãÊÙÝ GUILLERMO ADE, JÙ. this time, Cagayan de Oro, GERRY LEE GORIT PÙÊçã®ÊÄ ROLANDO SUDARIA the hardest hit is still reeling ALBERT MOLIT P«ÊãÊ JÊçÙÄ½®ÝãÝ from the shock. MARLON DOMINGO JOE DEL PUERTO FELICILDA *** CIRCULATION NELSON V. CONSTANTINO URIEL C. QUILINGUING LUCKY RELATIVES JUN ESCUADRO E®ãÊÙ®½ CÊÄÝç½ãÄãÝ -- I called up our relaRIZA O. ARES ATTY. MARIO T. JUNI tives in Cagayan De Oro LIEZL A. DELOSO ããù. ÙÊÙãÊ . Äã¦Ê ¹Ù. City as I knew their house L¦½ CÊçÄÝ½Ý JOE PALABAO was built near the river. RENE MICHAEL BAÑOS FELIX SANTILLAN MÙ»ã®Ä¦ CÊÄÝç½ãÄãÝ My uncle, the late Felimon LùÊçã AÙã®Ýã Dureza was a retired bus driver of the Jesuit’s Xavier MDB CAGAYAN DE ORO University and I was told JOE DEL PUERTO FELICILDA-0999-7990008 SONNY DAVID - 0935-9727899 that the university helped JHO PANTOJA- 0906-7469233 the family with a lot for a JOE PALABAO - 0905-1569709 home in Barangay Carmen. ROLANDO SUDARIA- 0906-7035614 The house just disappeared DELFIN COLITA - 0927-3652048 HARRY DEL PUERTO-0910-3688981 with the rushing waters. RIZA O. ARES-0920-9600223 LIEZL A. DELOSO-0905-52123718 RENE MICHAEL BAÑOSͳ0917ͳ7148484
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Think A Minute
Jhan Tiafau Hurst He understands that she’s not ready for a big bicycle. But she just thinks her father’s not fair or doesn’t really love her. Our problem sometimes is that we’re looking for the wrong answer. We don’t believe what God is doing is for our happiness, or that He’s even isn’t listening to us. But He is. In fact, He’s answering
needs in your life you don’t even know about! As one wise person prayed: “God, don’t punish me by giving me everything I ask for.” You see, many times we simply don’t know what will make us happy for the rest of our lives. We just want to be comfortable and happy for the moment right now. But God is trying to help us and make sure we are happy forever. So He’s trying to fix the bigger problem of our heart and relationship with Him our Maker. Does that mean Jesus doesn’t care about our suffering now? No, it’s just the opposite. Jesus cares very much! He knows exactly what it feels like to be hurt and suffer unfairly for something you didn’t do. When G o d t he S on
Himself, Who was completely inno cent, to ok all the pain and penalty for our wrongs and sins, He cried out to God the Father: “Why have you left me?” Even Jesus Himself, after He became a human being, did not get the answer He wanted right away. Was it fair? No. But it was God’s mercy and love for us and our only hope, since God the Son’s death was the only way He could forgive you and me to give us a new life. So why not put your life in the hands of your Maker Who loves you that much? Decide today to start living for Him His way, knowing that everything He does in your life is for your permanent happiness and success. Just Think a Minute.
Mindanao typhoon-free? Advocacy Mindanao
Jess Dureza Our lucky cousins saved themselves, 10 of them including small children by climbing a big mango tree that was just outside the window. The house was shattered and they clung for dear lives on the branches until they were rescued. I am sure countless horror stories will start filtering out when the smoke clears. *** SAD CHRISTMAS -With the many dead and homeless , perhaps we can spare a little bit of our blessings this christmas season for those suffering victims. The city government under Mayor Sara Duterte Carpio is generating support. Also the DSWD. Or other kind souls. *** ZAMB OANGA DEL SUR -- I got word that the provincial government of Zamboanga del Sur, under
Gov. Tony Cerilles, overturned a proposed ordinance by its Municipality of Bayog thereby throwing out an anti open pit mining ban initiated by the local town.. Gov Tony served as DENR secretary for sometime during President Estrada’s administration. He holds the view that the provincial government has no business banning open pit mining when it is allowed by the Mining Act, a national law. He knows whereof he speaks. *** BISHOPS AGAINST -The 3 bishops of the cities of Kidapawan , Koronadal, and Digos yesterday issued a statement opposing the Tampakan copper and gold project and they laid down the specifics of their opposition. This is good because it gives now an opportunity for XTRATA and Indophil owners of SMI, Inc. to explain their side and clear up the apprehension of the public if they can. What is important too is for the good bishops to also give the mining company a chance to give its side and explain those points that the bishops consider as important to protect their flock and the future. I personally know Bishops Afable, Gutierrez and de la Cruz. They will listen.
I hope they have an open mind, notwithstanding the Church’s institutional antimining posture. *** VOICE OF LUMADS? -- In my scan of the mining issues in Mindanao, I have however noticed that the lumads or the indigenous peoples of the mining areas, including the host local government units, are drowned out by anti-mining elements who are not from the area. The biggest joke is that many so-called advocates preach and proclaim that the IPs or lumads must decide or determine for themselves but in reality, the noisy and more vociferous protesters supplant the locals with their own positions. For example, in Tampakan, South Cotabato, the lumads there are very supportive, I was told. But IPs from other areas and not from Tampakan, orchestrated by other interest groups, bark otherwise. In Siocon, Zamboanga del Norte, the lumads there were even demonstrating in support of mining company TVI. Even the host municipality Siocon, and the other surrounding towns were rising up to denounce the open pit mining ban approved by the province. So, what self-determination are we talking about?
When disasters strike WE have to be ready spiritually and morally, and not just materially, socially, politically, etc., when disasters and calamities strike. In the end, this is really what matters. This state of preparedness should not be reduced to lower levels, overtaken by other considerations that, while they may be more immediate, are not the ultimate and decisive
factors. At the moment, I can discern an unspoken lament over God’s role in these sad events. Why did God allow Typhoon Sendong to happen? Why did he let so many people, even innocent children, to die in such a manner? Why does he want us to suffer? We have to be ready for the right answers to these questions that understand-
ably would spring in anyone’s mind and heart. And for this, let’s not rely on our reasoning alone, but rather on our faith always. Faith gives us a glimpse of the mind of God with respect to our human affairs and world events. And what can we gather Fr. Roy Cimagala from our faith? What we can safely say is that God allows world has its inherent finite these disasters to happen, and limited character. And first, because our natural STRIKE/p.7
December 22, 2011
For Temple Hills woman, tragedy in Philippines strikes close to heart By TARA BAHRAMPOUR, The Washington Post
E Chisley left her family in the Philippines 12 years ago to move to the United States, but from how much she talked and laughed with her sisters each day, you would have thought they lived next door.
She knew all the details of their lives, including the meal her younger sister Naomi, “the chef of the family,” had planned for their mother’s 88th birthday. They talked Thursday night as Naomi and another sister, Sarah, prepared spring rolls for the party the next day. But the following evening, when Chisley called to wish her mother a happy birthday, no one picked up the phone. Calls to her sisters’ cellphones, which they always kept close by, also went unanswered. After frantic calls to other family members, Chisley, 48, heard the news she still cannot believe: Naomi, 46, and Sarah, 50, had drowned early Saturday morning after a flash flood inundated their mother’s home in the southern Philippine town of Balulang, near the city of Cagayan de Oro. More than 900 others also died.
The sisters died while saving their mother on her birthday. “Today, they were laughing; the next day, they were gone,” said Chisley’s husband, Vernon. Chisley sat on the couch beside him in their Temple Hills home, her eyes puffy from crying, her small hands clutching his large fingers. “They are just super, super sweet,” she said, clicking over a computer screen filled with snapshots of her smiling sisters. Sobbing, she added, “I keep calling their names.” Across the Washington region, home to about 200,000 Filipinos, churches and community groups have begun collecting money to help the tens of thousands who were displaced by the flooding and are in need of drinking water, blankets, clothes and food. Local Filipinos have
Mark Gail/The Washington Post - Fe Chisley, in the arms of her husband, Vernon, looks at family photos on a laptop in their Temple Hills home. Chisley left the Philippines for the United States 12 years ago. donated about $5,000 via community organizations, said Bing Branigin, media director for the National Federation of Filipino American Associations. Feed the Hungry, a D.C.based Filipino organization, has sent $10,000, she said.
“Filipinos are very extended families, so a lot of them are coming from that province, and they are aggressively pushing for fundraising,” Branigin said. Local Catholic churches, where many of the families worship, are collecting money at the midnight Masses scheduled around Christmas, she said. Across the United States, Filipino Americans “are breaking into their piggy banks right now,” said Napoleon Curameng, regional director of the ANCOP Foundation USA. Those donations, many in the amounts of $20, $50 or $100, have totaled more than $6,000. Chisley’s family members, who live near mountains, were used to minor floods during storms. When a typhoon started Friday night, they were not worried. When a third sister, who had left the house to visit another relative, sent a text message to check on (Family Photo) - Sarah Benegildo, left, and Naomi Felicilda, right, sit with their them, they said they were watching TV and were fine. mother, Herminia Felicilda, in 2010.
Strike From page 6 God deals with the world as with us always respecting the nature the world and we have. Sooner or later, our world and everything in it will meet their end. They will pass away. As an old Nat King Cole song would have it, “The Rockies may crumble, Gibraltar may tumble, they are only made of clay, but our love is here to stay.” That romant ic line echoes what our Lord said: “Heaven and earth shall
pass, but my words shall not pass.” (Mt 24,35) It’s a clear indication that in our earthly affairs, we have to be guided by God’s word, by the faith God revealed and gave to us, more than just our gut feel, or our sciences, arts and technologies. We can then say that disasters and calamities are occasions, reasons and invitations for us to grow in our faith, to go beyond what our senses can perceive and intelligence can understand. We need faith! Thus, in the episode of our Lord with the apostles on a boat tossed by big waves
of a storm, he reprimanded the apostles for their lack of faith when they in fear roused him from sleep to do something about the water threatening to sink them. “Why are you fearful: Have you no faith yet?” he told them. (Mk 4,40) It’s not that we should not bother our Lord because of our faith. We can and in fact should bother him when we are threatened by disasters or are already suffering in them. It’s just that we have to bother him out of faith, and not out of mere fear. With faith, our Lord can always calm down
the raging seas of our life. We have to strengthen our faith always. We have to see to it that our thinking, judging and reasoning are always infused by faith. We should never allow them to be inspired only by what we see, hear and feel, or even by what we understand. We have to go by our faith always. Our earthly condition is made worse by the mistakes and sins we commit. So, not only do we have to contend with the natural limitations and weaknesses, but also with the infranatural factors of these sins and mistakes.
An hour later, the street outside their house had become a river, and the water had risen to their mattresses. Sarah and Naomi upended a bed and hoisted their mother on top. They stood on either side to keep the bed from tipping over and told their mother not to be scared because they were there. But the water kept rising. “The last words Naomi said were, ‘Sarah, I cannot breathe anymore,’ ” Chisley said, recounting her mother’s account of the ordeal. Shortly after, Sarah, too, fell silent. When the water receded a few hours later, their mother found their bodies, covered in mud, on the floor.
For Chisley, who had not visited her family in seven years, the tragedy comes after health problems, including ovarian and uterine cancer, had kept her from traveling. She helped provide for her family and was planning a visit next year. She had already filled a bag with gifts for her sisters. Instead, thanks to a ticket donated by a friend, a retired airline employee, she will leave Wednesday on a 21-hour journey to help bury them. She is grateful for the gift but wishes she were already there to comfort her mother. “If only I had wings like a dove,” she said, “I would fly right away.”
That is why, our Lord taught us how not only to have faith, but also to be ready to carry the cross with him. The cross is a necessary element of our faith. It signifies, among other things, the inevitable suffering we have to undergo in this life because of these natural and infranatural factors of our wounded human nature. Knowing how to carry the cross with Christ enables us to face whatever disaster we can meet in life. Our cross then becomes the cross of Christ, a suffering that will lead us to our own
resurrection, to our victory over sin, to our own perfection as children of God. The cross of Christ, converts our suffering into something redemptive and perfective of us, and not just painful events of our lives. We have to assimilate this truth of our faith well. For this, our Lord wants us to be ready always. “Know this, that if the good man of the house knew at what hour the thief would come, he would certainly watch... be you also ready, because at what hour you know not the Son of man will come.” (Mt 24,43-44)
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Entertainment Editor: JHO PANTOJA
December 22, 2011
Bea Binene, the next Mel Tiangco? IDOL daw ng Kapuso tween star na si Bea Binene ang Queen of Public Service ng GMA Network na si Mel Tiangco kaya naman sa kabila ng kanyang murang edad ay nagtayo na rin ng sariling foundation ang young star. Sa Showbiz Exclusive ng GMA News TV nitong Martes, ipinakita ang launching ng Bea Binene Cares Foundation kung saan mga batang mahihirap ang nais tulungan ng tween star. “Gusto ko rin pong maging Tita Mel someday, so
ang tinatawag po nila sa akin ay prinsesa ng serbisyong totoo,” pahayag ng 14-anyos na si Bea. Noon pa man daw ay sumusuporta na si Bea sa ibang samahan gaya ng Kapuso at Haribon foundations. Si Tita Mel – anchor din ng GMA primetime newsc 24 Oras – ang nasa likod ng GMA Kapuso Foundation na abala sa pagkakaloob ng tulong at serbisyo sa mga nangangailangan nating mga kababayan. Ayon kay Bea, malak-
ing karangalan para sa kanya na may mga taong nagpapalagay na siya ang magiging susunod na Mel Tiangco. “I’m very honored ang very thankful kasi iba yung feeling na parang na maging katulad ka, para maging younger version ka ni Ms Mel Tiangco . So I am very happy ang sarap ng feeling,” dagdag ng young star. Aabot sa 500 mahihirap na kabataan ang matutulungan sa foundation ni Bea. Nais ng batang aktres na makipag-tulungan ang kan-
yang foundation sa ibang samahan gaya sa Kapuso upang makapagbigay din sila ng serbisyo. “Gusto po naming parang magtie-up, magiging volunteer group po kami sa ibang foundation gaya ng Kapuso. Kapag may mga project pupunta kami dun,” paliwanag niya. Samantala, aminado naman si Bea na hindi magiging kompleto ang Pasko niya ngayong taon. Ito’y dahil hindi niya makakasama ang kanyang ama bunga ng paghihiwalay ng
kanyang mga magulang. Pero sakabila ng nangyari, iniisip ni Bea na kahit may mga pagsubok na dumaan sa kanyang buhay
ay mas marami naman ang nakamit niyang biyaya ngayong taon na dapat niyang ipagpasalamat. FRJimenez, GMA News
Submit to Mayweather Jr’s blood-testing By GRANVILLE AMPONG, Examiner.com
LET us lay down relevant circumstantial values before we delve into the final point of random blood-testing. It’s given: Pound-for-Pound King Floyd Mayweather, Jr. has the upper-hand.
Immediately status-post fight of Pacquiao-Marquez trilogy, WBO Welterweight Champion Manny Pacquiao took a downward slope at + 220 versus towering climb by Mayweather, Jr. to -300, which meant betting $100 for Mayweather would only win $ 33.33 and betting $100 for Pacquiao would win $220. And today, as of this writing, Pacquiao suffers with an all-time low at +350 versus inversely deepening high at -500. If the fight were held today and a bet of $ 100 for Mayweather, Jr. and granting he wins, one would win only $ 20. And with the same proposition, a bet of $ 100 for Pacquiao and granting he wins, one would win $ 350. All these are based on standard deviation and other constructive variable computation of probabilities. And this betting perspective surely tells the boxing public who really deserves the higher share between these two competing top fighters.
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Balsamic Roast Pork Tenderloins
Videoke Never Walk Away Lyrics by: Arnel Pineda So young in love they couldn’t wait Said their vows just to run away Suddenly, they felt their lives had changed
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Ingredients 4 1/2 pounds pork tenderloins, 2 packages with 2 tenderloins in each package 4 tablespoons balsamic vinegar 4 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 8 cloves garlic, cracked Steak seasoning blend or coarse salt and black pepper 4 sprigs fresh rosemary leaves stripped and finely chopped 4 sprigs fresh thyme, leaves stripped and finely chopped Directions • Preheat oven to 500 degrees F. • Trim silver skin or connective tissue off tenderloins with a very sharp thin knife. • Place tender loins on a nonstick cookie sheet with a rim. Coat tenderloins in a few tablespoons of balsamic vinegar, rubbing vinegar into meat. Drizzle tenderloins with extra-virgin olive oil, just enough to coat. Cut small slits into meat and disperse chunks of cracked garlic cloves into meat. Combine steak seasoning blend or coarse salt and pepper with rosemary and thyme and rub meat with blend. Roast in hot oven 20 minutes. • Let meat rest, transfer to a carving board, slice and serve.
They believed their hearts were strong Just to find they couldn’t get along They didn’t care it slowly (falls or comes) undone (Chorus) Will she go or will she stay (will she stay) Pull herself (through or for) one more day Don’t give up Never Walk Away Love’s a promise that he made In his heart it still remains Don’t give up Never Walk away Had to meet somewhere half way Heart to heart Face to face Compromise the price they had to pay Cared enough to stand on ground Screamed and shouted ’til the walls came down Won the fight Still a brand new day (Chorus) Repeat 2x Will she go or will she stay (will she stay) Pull herself (through or for) one more day Don’t give up Never Walk Away Love’s a promise that he made In his heart it still remains Don’t give up Never Walk Away Never Walk Away Oh, Oh (never walk away) Never Walk Away
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The Marigold Hotel
Scientific Research has proven that STRESS & EXTREME TENSION without an outlet may be the cause of up to 80% of many diseases, including high blood pressure, ulcers, insomnia, and sexual problems. STRESS whether physical or emotional shows in the body, & it makes you look years older.
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Marco Resort Tel. No. 732182 / 855-220
A.Velez St. CDO, Tel. No. 726080 / 726590 / 856-2505 E-mail: email@example.com
Makahambus-Velez St. CDO,Tel. No. 723089 / 856-1813
De Luxe Hotel
Capt. V. Roa St. CDO, Tel. No. 726527 /857-2144
J.R. Borja St. CDO, Tel. No. 729943/ 857-2244 / 857-4154
Grand City Hotel
A.Velez- Sts. CDO Tel. No. 723551 / 723658 / 857-1900
Country Village Hotel
Carmen, Cag. de Oro Tel. No. 71-22-03, 71-22-01, 7122-05
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Apple Tree Resort and Hotel
Taboc, Opol, Misamis Oriental, Tel. Nos. 754525/ 754263/ 3091986, Fax No. (8822) 754497
Limketkai,Drive,CDO Tel. No. 729111 / 856-2654 / 729455
Red Palm Inn
December 22, 2011
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EVChaves Building, Capistrano corner Cruz Taal Sts. Cagayan de Oro City Tel. No. 721197 and 8562671 Cell No. 0908-885-5643 Email: email@example.com
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Cugman,CDO,Tel. No. 723929 / 855-2108 E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org Toribio Chavez Sts., CDO Tel. No. 723598 / 723718 / 857-2274 Velez-Macahambus Sts, CDO Tel Nos. 8571776, 721776 email : gchreservaƟon@yahoo.com
(Cagayan de Oro, Butuan, Davao, Cebu, Camiguin, Iligan & Gingoog City)
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AG’s INE’s MOTOR PARTS and ACCESSORIES Justo Ramonal Cogon St., CDO City
All kinds of Motors (Surplus) Parts and Accessories
For more info, pls. contact Cell #s: 09067398361-TM 09483376411-Smart Mr. & Mrs. Celso Lagrada - prop.
NONOY LECHON SERVICES OFFERED OUT OF TOWN ORDER
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Editor: DUEFEEL SANTILLAN
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Ako ug ang akong pamilya malipayon nga motimbaya kaninyo nga mga Sinacabanhon... Malipayong Pasko ug Mabulukong bag-ong Tuig 2012 Kaninyong tanan!
Hon. DELLO T. LOOD Municipal Mayor
Dumping of bodies at dumpsite illegal: P-noy PRESIDENT B enigno Aquino III said government officials who ordered the dumping of bodies of flood victims at the Cagayan de Oro landfill should be held criminally liable. Aquino, who was caught unaware when asked about the dumping of the cadavers at the landfill when he visited Cagayan de Oro on Tuesday, said this was not only illegal but also a health hazard. “Excuse me. I don’t think there is any plan to put … and no authority to put anybody … I don’t know where you got that from and I don’t know where these reports are coming from,” Aquino said when asked for his thoughts during an ambush interview Tuesday afternoon. “That is not authorized by any of our laws … I really don’t know where you got that from, but if anybody ever does that and put these deceased in a landfill, they will have to answer before the law,” he added. “What is required is that they (victims) will all be buried, but not as deeply as normal because there is still (a) need to identify all of these deceased (and) to put a closure to all of the families who have lost their relatives,” Aquino stressed. Mayor Vicente Emano has admitted ordering the bodies taken to the landfill, claiming he had “no choice” after overwhelmed funeral parlor owners began turning cadavers away because they were running out of formalin and were still without water. Emano said the landfill transfer, which has earned him wide criticism, was just a temporary measure and that the bodies would eventually be buried in a huge vault at the Cagayan de Oro City Memorial Park. InterAksyon.com
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