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Suspect in Butuan’s top five drug target list falls By PAT SAMONTE, Regional Editor-Caraga

BUTUAN City––Police arrested a suspected drug pusher included in this city’s Top Five Drug Target List in a raid at his residence in Barangay Limaha here on Tuesday. Authorities identified the suspect as Jamaloding

Diamla alias Oding and Baduda from whom police several sachets of suspected methamphetamine hydrochloride or shabu. Caraga police spokesperson Supt. Martin Gamba said the operatives from the police anti-illegal drug

special operation task force, police stations 1 and 2, were armed with a search warrant issued by Butuan City Regional Trial Court Branch 1 Judge Eduardo Casals. Following days of surveillance operation, the lawmen moved in at Diamlas’s house in Purok 7, Barangay

Limaha at around 5:20 in the morning. The suspect yielded nine small sachets of suspected shabu inside a toothbrush container placed inside his pocket. The raiders found and seized another five big sachets of suspected shabu inside a black sunglass case,

Palace ponders on new mining policy By CRIS DIAZ Associate Editor

T H E G OV E R N MENT still needs wider consultation with the mining industry and stakeholders to make sure its proposed mining policy conforms on environment protection laws and people’s welfare, a Malacañang official said. Stakeholders in Mindanao expressed concern over government policy on mining which could drive away potential investors in the country, Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa, Jr. said. POLICY/PAGE 11

he said. Aside from the suspected illegal substance, police also confiscated shabu paraphernalia, cash money amounting to P22,060 in different denominations, and a red Kawasaki Rouser motorcycle, said Gamba. The Caraga police spokesman said Diamla

and his live-in partner, who is a minor, were subjected to drug tests. The 14 sachets of suspected shabu were submitted to the Caraga Crime Laboratory for examination, he said. Appropriate charges against the suspect were prepared for filing in court, he added.

It’s holiday in B’non PRESIDENT Benigno S. Aquino III has declared March 10, which falls on a Saturday, as a special nonworking day in the province of Bukidnon in celebration of it’s 95th Foundation Day. In Proclamation No. 346 signed by Executive Secretary Paquito N. Ochoa Jr. on February 28, President Aquino issued the declaration to give the people of Bukidnon the full opportunity to celebrate and participate in the occasion with appropriate ceremonies. Bukidnon was officially

AQUINO created by virtue of Act 2711 (Revised Administrative Code of 1917) issued on March 10, 1917. Wire report

5 killed, 7 injured in Zambo road mishap ZAMBOANGA City––Five persons, including two public school teachers and a Liberal Party (LP) coordinator died while seven others were wounded in a vehicular accident in a remote barangay in the province of Zamboanga del Norte, a police official disclosed Wednesday. The wounded include a policeman and a barangay kagawad, the officials disclosed. Zamboanga Peninsula police spokesman Senior Supt. Nelson Eucogco said the accident took place around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday in Barangay Tan-anan, Baliguian, Zamboanga del Norte. The fatalities were identified as public school teachers COURTESY CALL Rep. Roman Romulo and City Councilor Shalani Soledad pay a courtesy call to Julie Igtos, 46, and Daisy Mondina, 41, of Mamad and Cagayan de Oro City Mayor Vicente Y. Emano at city hall yesterday. The two visi- Tamao Elementary Schools, respectively; Gary Vios, 18; tors came to give donations for the Sendong relief work. Th.ey also visited Iligan Arnold Nanol, 25; and Miziel Albarico, 26. City for the same purpose. Photo by Gerry L. Gorit MISHAP/PAGE 11

WEATHER UPDATE EASTERLIES prevailing over Eastern Visayas and Mindanao. Eastern Visayas and Mindanao will experience mostly cloudy skies with scattered rainshowers and thunderstorms. The rest of the country will have partly cloudy to at times cloudy skies with isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms. Moderate to strong winds blowing from the East to Northeast will prevail over the Eastern section of the country and the coastal waters along these areas will be moderate to rough. Elsewhere, winds will be light to moderate coming from the East to Northeast with slight to moderate seas.

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Ammonia pipe explosion downs 90 ZAMBOANGA City––Dozens of people were rushed to hospital after an ammonia pipe explosion at an ice plant factory in the southern Philippine port city of Zamboanga, police said Thursday. Police said the pipe exploded late Wednesday after being hit by a hard object

by a worker in the village of Ayala. The colorless, but hazardous gas quickly spread to the neighborhood and suffocating many people, said Senior Police Officer 2 Rene Ceniza. “We have at least 90 people downed by ammonia and they were rushed

to the hospital,” he told the Mindanao Examiner, adding the police are still investigating the accident. Ammonia or azane is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen with a characteristic pungent odor. It widely used in industrial refrigeration application because of its high energy efficiency

and low cost, but is used less frequently in commercial applications, such as in grocery store freezer cases and refrigerated displays due to its toxicity. Exposure to very high concentrations of gaseous ammonia can result in lung damage and death. (Mindanao Examiner)

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DBM releases P253m to arm 27,000 cops By CRIS DIAZ, Associate Editor

THE DEPARTMENT of Budget and Management announced the released of P253.9 million to the Philippine National Police (PNP) to procure 12,696 units short firearms for all police officers in the country. Budget and Management Secretary Florencio B. Abad said the firearms procurement is part of the

PNP’s Capability Enhancement Program aimed at attaining the ideal firearmofficer ratio for all police

in the country. He said that funds come from savings from the 2011 General Appropriations Act (GAA). Last fiscal year, the modernization program for the PNP received a P2-billion appropriation, of which P1.74 billion was released before year-end, Abad said. He said the remaining balance of P253.9 million

-- the same amount approved in the fund release -- will be used to purchase some 12,696 units of 9mm pistols for unequipped police officers (POs). Un d e r t h e c u r r e nt police force roster, the firearm-to-police ratio stands at 1:17, with a firearm fill-up percentage of 85 percent. The released amount will enable the PNP to pur-

chase the required number of 9mm pistols at P20,000 each, bringing the fill-up rate to 94 percent. The PNP reported that as many as 27,051 police officers still do not have their own short firearms. The figure accounts for POs reported without firearms as of December 31, 2011, as well as new and anticipated recruits for FY 2012. With wire report ABAD

Amante to relocate danger zone residents, allots P36M By PAT SAMONTE, Regional Editor-Caraga with JOEL PORTUGAL, Caraga News Bureau

B U T UA N C i t y – – C i t y Mayor Ferdinand Amante, Jr. has announced the allocation of P36 million for concreting of the road leading to Barangays Mahay and Pagatpatan targeted as relocation sites for danger zone residents. Amante issued the statement indicating his foremost concern to move residents from 21 flood-prone barangays to higher and

safer sites during an open forum conducted by the Organizing and Information Dissemination Committee of Task Force Likas. In the forum, Amante stressed the importance of relocating residents including illegal settlers from the danger zones and the need for their cooperation and support to the city government’s effort for their safety and well-being especially

during calamities. Amante also assured that relocated residents will be provided assistance like livelihood, food from the city social welfare and development office, transportation from the city engineer’s office and discounts for building permit fees from the city architect’s office. In addition, the Agusan del Norte Electric Cooperative, Inc. and the Butuan City Water District will render services for free, he said.

Youth groups wham CHED, demand regulation of tuition

PNP PATROL PLAN 2030 SEMINAR-WORKSHOP. Congressman Rufus Rodriguez attends and delivers his inspirational speech during the PNP Patrol Plan 2030 Seminar-Workshop, wherein he exhorted the PNP officials in Region 10, and the Provincial and City Directors and Chiefs of Police to serve with the highest degree of responsibility, integrity, loyalty and efficiency. Also in the photo are Mr. Emmanuel Valdehueza, Reg. Dir. Jofel Adriatico, Dir. Gen. Victorino Sanchez-Panganiban, DAVAO City—Youth organizations led by Kabataan Commisioner Constancia De Guzman and Dir. Arnulfo Perez. Partylist trooped to the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) demanding tuition regulation as different Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) applied for another round of tuition LAST February 25, 2012, an election was conducted in the district of Malayincreases. balay City for Board of Director in the Bukidnon Second Electric Cooperative, “The tuition increase has Inc. (BUSECO). Only two (2) candidates were qualified to participate in the become a cycle. Every year election, namely: Eligio David, Jr. and Alexander Maputi. These two were HEIs would apply for tuition both members of Multi Sectoral Electrification Advisory Council (MSEAC) increase, CHED approves and the Barangay Member Consumer Electrification Committee (BMCEC). it, and then student bears There were around 61 precincts identified to serve at least 46 barangays in the burden,” begins Ronnie the district of Malaybalay with a total qualified voters or member consumers Clarion, spokesperson of of approximately 29, 849 which composed the following barangays with the Kabataan Partylist-Southern corresponding results: Aglayan (David-36, Maputi- 127), Bangcud (David-94, Mindanao. Maputi-47) , Busdi (David-51, Maputi-34), Cabangahan (David-45, Maputi-26), “The CHED doesn’t seem Caburacanan (David-65, Maputi-15), Indalasa (David-46, Maputi-17), Canto mind that HEIs do not ayan (David-53, Maputi-20), Capitan Angel (David-37, Maputi-31), Casisang comply with the guidelines (David-47, Maputi-46), Dalwangan (David-57, Maputi-46), Imbayao (David-7, dutifully. True, the adminMaputi-87), Kalasungay (David-114, Maputi-31), Kibalabag (David-43, Mapuistrators comply with all ti-13), Kulaman (David-66, Maputi-7), Laguitas (David-62, Maputi-28), Patpat the required documents (David-38, Maputi-20), Linabo (David-19, Maputi-25), Lalawan (David-18, however they always fell Maputi-17), Apo Macote (David-109, Maputi-42), Miglamin (David-59, Mashort in terms of consulting puti-76), Magsaysay (David-11, Maputi-68), Mabuhay (David-7, Maputi-24), the students. According to Maligaya (David-100, Maputi-42), Managok (David-84, Maputi-51), Manalog the complaints we gathered (David-39, Maputi-4), Mapayag (David-28, Maputi-19), Mapulo (David-57, in our Kabataan Hotline, Maputi-18), Barangay 1 (Pob.), Barangay 2 (Pob.), Barangay 3 (Pob.), Barangay the students from various 4 (Pob.), Barangay 5 (Pob.), Barangay 6 (Pob.)- (David-14, Maputi-32), Baranschools lamented that no gay 7 (Pob.), Barangay 8 (Pob.), Barangay 9 (Pob.)- (David-24, Maputi-81), genuine student consulBarangay 10 (Pob.), Barangay 11 (Pob.)- (David-54, Maputi-54), Saint Peter tation took place. CHED (David-77, Maputi-68), San Jose (David-16, Maputi-27), San Martin (David-127, doesn’t pay attention to this Maputi-24), Santo Niño (David-96, Maputi-21), Sila-e (David-43, Maputi-41), imperative demand despite Simaya (David-71, Maputi-17), Sinanglanan (David-15, Maputi-30), Sumpong our yearly protests,” Clarion (David-120, Maputi-44), Tintinaan (David-57, Maputi-5), Violeta (David-103, added. Maputi-13), and Zamboanguita (David-60, Maputi-33). Kabataan Partylist reThe official casted votes therefore for each of the candidate was 2,269 calls demanding the actual votes for David, while 1, 471 for Maputi for a total casted votes of 3,740 or presence of CHED in every equivalent to 12.53% of the total voting population in the district of Malaytuition consultation in their balay. Hence, Mr. Eligio David, Jr. turned-out to be the winner and the newly previous lobbying yet this elected Board of Director for the district of Malaybalay. was never heeded. For more than a year after former Director Gabriel Alima left his position The hype in tuition infor running in the local election for councilor last May 2010, the District of crease proposals is due to Malaybalay was vacuumed without a director. After the conduct of the said the CHED memorandum election last February 25, 2012, the longings of the people of Malaybalay 13 series of 1998 which sets for representation in the Board of Director of Bukidnon Second Electric CoFebruary 28 as the final operative, Inc. (BUSECO) has already been addressed. The representation day of student consultation of newly elected director David will mark for another beginning for quality conducted by administraservice, progress and success for the people of Malaybalay. tors of HEIs intending to increase tuition and other

DAVID, NEWLY ELECTED DIRECTOR FOR MALAYBALAY

Students protest against the commercialization of education. Commercialization in the form of deregulated tuition and other fees, has resulted in the nationwide tuition average increasing to P501.22 per unit. They say that the Aquino government in its first year in office failed to uplift the state of education in the country. (Photos courtesy of Anakbayan / bulatlat.com) fees. As of the current date, Program will increase from CHED XI disclosed a list P371.91 to P428.00. On of 35 private HEIs in the top of these are the 200% Davao Region that intend increase in laboratory fees to increase tuition for the and 276% increase in ennext academic year. In the ergy fee. Ateneo de Davao said figure, 20 HEIs come University (AdDU) will from Davao City includ- implement a 6% increase ing known universities and tuition and energy fee. colleges. “Generally speaking, the The University of Mind- yearly and gigantic increases anao (UM) has a proposed manifest the lack of regula9.7% or P35.10 increase tion from CHED. The said making the tuition P395.10 institution has become a from P360.00. The Holy mere facilitator of tuition Cross of Davao College increases at the students’ (HCDC) has a proposed expense,” said Clarion. 8.99% or P37.00 thus to“The inutility of CHED talling to P438.00 from signifies that the youth and P401.00. In Assumption students could no longer College of Davao (ACD) depend on them and that there is an impending plan through asserting student to increase by 50% making power in mobilizations the P200.00 per unit to can we attain our right for P300.00. In Brokenshire a genuine consultation,” College of Davao there added Clarion. are increases in various The youth ended the items:P186.04 to P185.96 protest on the note that to P372.00 in the Upward they have to continue their Mobility Program, P 231.84 struggle to defend education to P372.00 in the Evening as a right in the current Program, while the Regular regime of Noynoy Aquino.


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Town’s most wanted man killed in shootout By PAT SAMONTE, Regional Editor-Caraga with JOEL PORTUGAL, Caraga News Bureau

CAMIGUIN NFA WAREHOUSE UNVEILING. Secretary Proceso J. Alcala (center) poses for posterity with LGU and NFA officials after the unveiling ceremony. (From right) Gov. Jurdin Jesus M. Romualdo and his Lady Mayor Ma. Luisa D. Romualdo, NFA Assistant Administrator Jose D. Cordero and Regional Director Gil Pepito D. Paqueo. (NFA Camiguin)

BUTUAN City––A murder suspect was killed in a shootout with arresting police officers in Barangay Baylo, San Luis, Agusan del Sur on Wednesday. Authorities said the lawmen were serving an arrest warrant issued by Bayugan City Regional Trial Court Branch 7 President Judge Hector Salise against suspect Steven Calderon Francisco, the town’s no. 1 most wanted person, when

the shootout took place at around 8:30 am. The officers led by San Luis town chief of police Senior Insp. Elmer Azures, Jr. and Agusan del Sur criminal investigation and detection team chief Senior Insp. Elvis Angay-Angay approached Francisco who was on the way to his farmhouse in Purok 7, Barangay Baylo, identified themselves, presented the warrant of arrest and advised him to yield

peacefully. Police said Francisco drew his firearm and fired shots at the arresting lawmen. This prompted the policemen to fire back at Francisco who was hit “in different parts of his body”. The suspect was then rushed to Talacogon, Agusan del Sur Health Center where he succumbed to multiple gunshot wounds, police said. Recovered at the scene were a 12 gauge improvised shotgun without serial SHOTOUT/PAGE 11

Solons assail Tupas, question motives for dropping Sereno THREE progressive lawmakers yesterday assailed impeachment lead prosecutor Rep. Niel Tupas for unilaterally dropping Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno as a vital witness in Article 7 and demanded that the

prosecution continue to exert efforts to pave the way her appearance in Court to prove the partiality of Chief Justice Renato Corona to former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. “We are not only disap-

pointed, we are aghast. This is a treachery of previous unities in the prosecution to rest the case and, together with the dollar accounts in Article 2, make a reservation for Sereno’s testimony on Article 7,” said Bayan Muna

Rep. Teddy Casino, Gabriela Rep. Emmi de Jesus and Act Teachers Rep. Antonio Tinio. “We wonder who ordered Tupas to close the door for Sereno’s testimony. This is alarming and appears part of a series of acts to

downplay Corona’s connection to GMA. When we filed the impeachment complaint, it was clear that Corona was being made to account for his partiality and subservience to Arroyo. And now that aspect of the

Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Region X, Cagayan de Oro City

Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Region X, Cagayan de Oro City

Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Region X, Cagayan de Oro City

Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Region X, Cagayan de Oro City

Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Region X, Cagayan de Oro City

MARIA LOURDES V. BAQUIRAN CASE NO;2012-10-0332 Applicant/s (2006-10-1611)

FRANCISCO R. ALLAGA – VENDOR EDNA G. ALLAGA – VENDEE CASE NO;2012-10-0338 Applicant/s ( 2011-10- 0354)

EMZ TRUCKING Rep. By; CHIANG EMATA

CASE NO. 2012-10-337

NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT request authority for issuance of certificate of public convenience to operate TH FRIEGHT service along the route ;within Cagayan de Oro City and from said place to any point in Region X accessible to motor vehicle traffic and vice versa with the use of one (1) unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on March 8, 2012, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 29th day of February, 2012. MARIANNE C. ULEP Records Officer/Acting Docket Officer Mindanao Daily: Mar 2, 2012

Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Region X, Cagayan de Oro City UBAY –UBAY, ALLAN D. Applicant/s

CASE NO;2012-10-339 2007-10-421

NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT request authority for extension of validity of certificate of public convenience to operate PUJ service along the route; Cagayan de Oro – Iligan City and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on March 7, 2012, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 1st day of March, 2012.

MARIANNE C. ULEP Records Officer/Acting Docket Officer Mindanao Daily: Mar 2, 2012

NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT request authority to extend the validity of certificate of public convenience to operate TAXI AIRCON service on the line; Within Cagayan de Oro City to any point in Region X and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on March 8, 2012, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 1st day of March, 2012.

MARIANNE C. ULEP Records Officer/Acting Docket Officer

FELIPA TIROL Applicant/Vendor

CASE NO;2012-10-1308 (2005-10-0160)

ISABELLO A. CASINO III Applicant/s

CASENO;2012-10-342 (2007-10-441

NOTICE OF HEARING

NOTICE OF HEARING

APPLICANT request authority for approval of sale and transfer with amendment of line to operate PUJ service on the line; Cogon Market to Iponan Centro (all in Cagayan de Oro City ) and vice versa with the use of two (2)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on March 8, 2012, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 1st day of March, 2012.

APPLICANT request authority to amend his/ her authorized route of certificate of public convenience to operate PUJ service on the line; RA; SM City to Divisoria – Cogon Market –Limketkai Center – Gaisano City –Liceo – Carmen Market (all in Cagayan de Oro City) and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on March 8, 2012, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 1st day of March, 2012.

APPLICANT request authority for extension of validity of certificate of public convenience to operate PUJ service along the route;Puerto – Balingoan and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on March 7, 2012, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 1st day of March, 2012.

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MARIANNE C. ULEP Records Officer/Acting Docket Officer

MARIANNE C. ULEP Records Officer/Acting Docket Officer

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Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Region X, Cagayan de Oro City TEODORO UBATAY –VENDOR ROMEO S. ABCEDE – VENDEE Applicant/s

CASE NO;2012-10-0343 (2005-10-1663)

Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Region X, Cagayan de Oro City JOEL ERESARE –VENDOR SOLEDAD C. ESTENZO –VENDOR CASENO.2012-10-0344 Applicant/s 2008-10- 1767

Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Region X, Cagayan de Oro City PANFILO, JR T. SOSOSCO Applicant/s

CASE NO;2012-10- 345

Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Region X, Cagayan de Oro City JOQUINTO ABANGAN - VENDOR ALBERTO E. ESTRELLA – VENDEE CASENO;2012-10-320 Applicant/s (2009-10-1138)

case is being weakened by the lead prosecutor himself,” they said. Last Tuesday, Tupas did not make reservation for Sereno when he manifested to rest the case despite a previous agreement to do so. And then yesterday, Wednesday, Tupas initiated but subsequently dropped the motion for a reservation on Article 7. “May we remind our colleagues in the prosecution team that this case got broad support from our people because Corona acted as GMA’s lackey. If that is not strongly established through the testimonies of Sereno and others, then the public might lose interest in pursuing the case,” they said. “No amount of incompetence can explain Tupas’ move. Is he getting orders from his higher ups to just focus on the articles that do not include GMA?” they asked. “We asked if the dropping of Sereno as vital witness to Corona’s partiality to Arroyo is related to the dropping of government’s motion to put Arroyo in ordinary jail and the latest dismissal of plunder charges against Arroyo,” the lawmakers asked. Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Region X, Cagayan de Oro City ALVIN A. OCOT Applicant/s

CASE NO;2005-10-583

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APPLICANT request authority for approval of sale and transfer with extension of certificate of public convenience to operate PUJ service on the line; Cagayan de oro city to Claveria, Misamis Oriental and vice versa with the use of one(1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on March 8, 2012, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 1st day of March, 2012.

APPLICANT request authority for approval of sale and transfer with extension of certificate of public convenience and amendment of line to operate PUJ service on the line ;Cogon Market to PN ROA –Relocation- Calanan (all in Cagayan de oro city)and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on March 8, 2012, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 1st day of March, 2012.

APPLICANT request authority for issuance of certificate of public convenience to operate SS service on the line; Cagayan de Oro City to Magsaysay and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on March 7, 2012, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 1st day of March, 2012.

APPLICANT request authority for approval of sale and transfer of ownership with extension of validity to operate PUJ JITNEY service on the line;Cagayan de Oro City to Bugo /Puerto and vice versa with the use of One (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on March 7, 2012, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 27th day of February, 2012.

APPLICANT request authority to extend the validity of the of certificate of public convenience to operate PUJ JITNEY service on the line;Balingoan to Gingoog City via Medina Misamis Oriental and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on March 7, 2012, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 1st day of March, 2012.

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TOP STORIES 4 DENR set aside P100 million for CBFM beneficiaries Editor: CRIS DIAZ

THE DEPARTMENT of Environment and National Resources (DENR) has allotted P100 million this year for livelihood projects of Peoples Organizations (POs) who are beneficiaries of its Community-Based Forest Management (CBFM) program in the country. DENR secretary Ramon Paje said such projects and related activities will be

handled by the soon-to-be established CBFM office which shall be supervised by the Undersecretary for Field Operations. “The first 100 POs who will pass the criteria set by the CBFM office will be the recipients of the livelihood assistance. Those who will not be able to make it this year need not worry as the conferment of grants

will be part of the annual DENR budget until 2016,” Paje said. Under the program, a management agreement is entered between the government and the upland communities, represented by POs which has a term of 25 years and renewable for another 25 years. As forest managers, the POs both have the respon-

sibilities and benefits to occupy, enrich, protect and utilize portions of forestlands granted to them. L atest f igures f rom DENR showed that around 1,790 upland communities have approved CBFM agreements with a total of 1.6 million hectares of managed forestlands. Paje said that CBFM POs contribute in the protection

Impeach court defers CJ trial until March 12 THE SENATE, sitting as impeachment court, suspended on Wednesday the trial of Chief Justice Renato Corona until March 12 to give both the prosecution enough time to submit written offer of documentary evidence and for the defense to analyze the offered evidence. “ The next trial date will be at 2 p.m. Monday on March 12,” Senate President-presiding officer Juan Ponce-Enrile said on Wednesday. Enrile granted the request of chief prosecutor Rep. Niel Tupas Jr. to give the prosecution until March 2 (Friday) to make a final written offer of their evidence against Corona. E n r i l e d i re c te d t he prosecution to furnish

the defense with a copy of the written offer of documentar y evidence as chief defense lawyer Justice Serafin Cuevas has been given five days to go over the offered evidence. Cuevas wanted to analyze first the offered evidence before presenting their own witnesses and evidence as the prosecution terminated its presentation of witnesses and evidence with one reservation on the

CORONA bank deposits of Corona. ”We wanted to do that (presentation of evidence) but there are so many things that may come up on the admissibility of evidence of the prosecution,” Cuevas said. With the explanation of

the defense, the impeachment court ruled with finality to suspend the trial on March 12 to allow also the senator-judges enough time to make ruling on the offered evidence on or before March 8. Tupas said the prosecution has presented a total of 25 witnesses and 247 documentar y evidence under the Articles 2, 3 and 7 of the impeachment complaint. The prosecution dropped the Articles 1, 8, 4, 5 and 6, saying they had enough evidence to prove that Corona committed betrayal of public trust and culpable violation of the Constitution. Wire report

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of our forests as they are also active partners in the vegetative growth of the upland areas in consonance with the National Greening Program (NGP).” Executive Order No.26 mandated the NGP to pursue sustainable development for poverty reduction, food security, biodiversity conservation, and climate change mitigation and ad-

aptation. It aims to plant 1.5 billion trees covering about 1.5 million hectares for a period of six years (20112016) in lands of public domain. These lands include forestlands, mangrove and protected areas, ancestral domains, civil and military reservations and urban areas. CD

Women’s month celebration in Oro set THE City Government of Cagayan de Oro has lined up several activities that will highlight the monthlong “Women’s Month” celebration in March this year, anchoring on the theme: “Women Education-Women Empowerment”. An early morning mass at the St. Augustine Cathedral and a simple opening program at Calaanan Tent City on March 8 will kick off the celebration. On the same day, a simultaneous medical/dental mission, feeding program for children, and free haircut for evacuees will be held in Calaanan Tent City and covered courts in barangays Kauswagan, Barangay 24 and Macasandig. On March 14, members of the executive committee, to be led by city councilors Annie Daba, Nadya Emano-Elipe and Dante Pajo, will conduct a tree planting of ‘bakhaw’ and golden bamboo at the riverbank in Barangay 13, including the sowing of fingerlings in Cagayan de Oro River. Barangay chairmen and members of the Barangay Women Development Councils (BWDC) from the city’s 80 barangays will also undergo a one-day seminar on local disaster risk reduction management at the City Tourism Hall on March 16. A seminar on the Magna Carta of Women will also be held on March 21 at the Tourism Hall, to be attended by the barangay chairmen, department heads and gender and development focal persons in various offices at City Hall.

Hedcor promotes IP’s culture awareness among its employees “HEDCOR’s efforts for awareness in respecting and understanding our culture and traditions is a manifestation of being a culture-friendly company to our community”, said Datu Rogelio Manapol, chair of the Bagobo-Tagabawa. Datu Manapol sp oke b efore t he community of indigenous peoples (IPs) during the recent focus group discussions (FGD) about cultural sensitivity in Davao del Sur – home of the 42.5-MW Sibulan run-of-river hydropower systems of Hedcor Sibulan, Inc. The FGD was organized by Hedcor, the Bagobo-Tagabawa tribes and the representatives of National Commis-

DATU Rogelio Manapol, chair of indigenous community – BagoboTagabawa, explains before the group about their norms and traditions and on how good they feel of learning Hedcor’s respect shown to their culture during the cultural-sensitivity’s focus group discussions.

sion on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP). “Even before Hedcor started its commercial operation, they already won our hearts by making us see their endeavors of learning our culture by doing immersions in our place”, Manapol said. Hedcor’s education and information campaign to community about its project was one of the

highlights during the FGD. It was brought out that before the Sibulan hydro project started, IPs were properly informed of Hedcor’s run-ofriver hydro power systems, its impact, effects to environment and the needs of community in which Hedcor provided that in their Me m o r a n d u m o f Agreement. “This discussion is

NATIONAL Commission on Indigenous Peoples representative Arnold San presides Hedcor’s invitational culture sensitivity’s focus group discussions among Hedcor management, Hedcor’s stockholders (MANTIS and WorkExperts), and the community of Bagobo-Tagabawa.

a venue for everyone to also know which places are sacred for IPs need not to disrupt by anyone else”, said Arnold San of NCIP. “Hedcor will know better the concerns of IPs, clarify issues and at the same time, IPs will understand the policies and procedures of Hedcor thru this FGD”, San added. Hedcor extends its horizons to serve

the host community for a sustainable development. To mention, Hedcor aided them through annual shares to finance their programs and projects. This is aside from the regular corporate social responsibilities of Hedcor like medical missions, educational assistance, livelihood, reforestation and infrastructures. Hedcor is a whol-

ly-owned subsidiary of AboitizPower Corporation. Hedcor is the largest developer of run-of-river hydropower plants in the country with 18 hydropower plants in Benguet, Ilocos Sur, and Davao. It has plans of building more plants in Mindanao, thus developing five more plants – two in Davao del Sur, one in Davao City and two in Bukidnon.


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Mindanao fruit firms joining Japan food show DAVAO CITY, Philippines — Big fruit companies in Mindanao are joining Foodex Japan 2011 international food exhibition, , from March 1 to 4, with the support of the Philippine and U.S. governments. The event is one of the biggest in Asia and will be held in Makuhari Messe, Chiba. The RP delegation will highlight the 180-squaremeter Philippine pavilion. The ten Mindanao food companies engaged in the production and export of fresh and processed fruit and vegetables, are among twenty (20) Filipino exhibitors slated to attend Foodex and display their products at the pavilion. Japan is Mindanao’s second largest export market, absorbing 18 percent of total Mindanao exports valued at approximately US$452 million, according to data from the Mindanao Development

Authority (MinDA). The Mindanao exhibitors participation in the food show were made possible through the joint efforts of USAID’s Growth with Equity In Mindanao (GEM) Program, Department of Agriculture, and Department of Trade and Industry.

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Businessmen unaffected by Corona trial but want early end to impeach proceedings By LESLIE D. VENZON

MANILA - Businessmen have expressed hope that the impeachment proceedings against Chief Justice Renato Corona would conclude soon, even as they maintained the trial would not affect businesses. “The sooner (this is this concluded), the better. It will be an advantage for us because we will be back to normal activities. And too much emotions involved in the impeachment will end,” said Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) president Miguel Varela. Varela, in an interview, said they remained optimistic that the trial of Corona would not disrupt businesses despite debates on his impeachment. “The private sector is comfortable with the trial in the sense that the process is being followed. Debates are always part of the game because when you talk of impeachment, politics is part of it,” he stressed. The impeachment court adjourned Day 25 of the trial on Wednesday. The proceedings will resume on March 12 for the defense presentation. Varela said business outlook remains positive due to increased confidence of the entrepreneurs in Aquino administration. “The private sector and investors appreciate thoroughly transparency, cleaning of bureaucracy and at the same time assuring a level playing field. With these, investors are lining up, come in here to be able to do business. That is why the (stock) market for the first time reached a record-high of 5,000,” he noted. (PNA)

Japan allots P17-M to improve farm practices in 2 Mindanao towns GENERAL SANTOS CITY, (PNA) – The Japanese government has allocated P17 million to boost agricultural practices of indigenous peoples in Mindanao. Japanese Ambassador Toshinao Urabe said in a statement the fresh funding was based on the grant contract for the “Construction of Small-Scale Agriculture Facilities for Climate Change Adaptation” that they signed with Oxfam Japan. The project, amounting to US$ 399,263 (approximately P17 million), is funded through the grant assistance for Japanese Non-Government Organization Projects, a small-grant funding program of Japan’s Official Development Assistance. Oxfam Japan will implement the project in Esperanza, Sultan Kudarat and Balabagan in Lanao del Sur, which have witnessed harvest reductions of agricultural products in the past 15 years due to unusual weather conditions. “Esperanza’s major produce includes rice and corn, which should be dried to fetch higher prices. But due to lack of postharvest facilities, they often use the road for drying crops,” it said. In addition, there are limited concrete irrigation canals in the municipality. If the canal is not concreted, water is absorbed in the soil and the number of farmers who can utilize water can be limited. To abate these difficulties, three postharvest facilities with a set of storehouse and dryer will be constructed in the municipality. A major irrigation canal stretching about one kilometer will be also concreted. In Balabagan town, the leading crop is cassava, which the farmers also dry under the sun so they can sell it at higher prices. Due to the sudden rains in supposedly dry season – and the rains have become more frequent – it is getting more and more difficult to finish the process, the statement said. As a result, farmers cannot meet the quality specified by buyers, hence decreased income as their product is bought at lower price. To address the situation, six postharvest facilities will be constructed in the municipality, each equipped with a set of storehouse and cassava dryer. One cassava-grating machine will be also purchased and shared by farmers. As a component of the projects, the beneficiaries will be trained so that they can properly manage and sustain the facilities. (PNA)


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Miriam’s temper HOW much verbal abuse can an adult professional like those in the prosecution panel take without retaliation? Or is this the practice of law when judges talk-down to them and they just sit there taking the verbal abuse. From the looks of it, SenatorJudge Miriam Defensor is logical and is simply frustrated with the Harry Tambuatco proceedings. The presiding president Senator Juan Ponce Enrile is equally frustrated and tends to lecture the rules of court but in the end is likewise infuriated with the arguments of the prosecution. One other Senator-Judge inquires as to procedures taken by the defense, the senior lawyer Serafin Quevas who is now perceived to be of shrewd tactics and effective for the alleged purpose of feeding the inquisitive student lawyers proper and lawful procedures of court. I ask; is this impeachment a scolding match and a test of the tempers that are controlled? Is the impeachment a study case for law students who need to rectify what they are taught as to what is correct and legal? At this rate either way – is this impeachment doing us any good at all? This is beginning to scare the hell out of me! Reputations are being ruined over and above the constitutional crisis we are seeing unfold. Again, for what? The questions posed by the senior Senators are dismaying. Imagine, should the impeachment court rule over the Supreme Court as requested by the prosecutors and the Supreme Court refuses to follow – assuming the armed forces are commanded to force either one or the other; who on earth will the military obey? All considering, the rule of law and the rule of the military is an issue we citizens should have them both not put to a test. And we thought we are done with the rule of the military now that we enjoy our freedoms in this democracy. From my point of view we are forcing the hand of the military to join the fray and participate in this conflict between the President and the Chief Justice. The end or consequences involving the military into this crisis

Parrots and eagles THINK a minute. Did you ever dream as a kid about flying like a bird? Which would you be more like: a parrot or an eagle? The two are very different kinds of birds. Even though it can fly, a parrot prefers to stay in the same comfortable cage, eat the same dry seeds, and listen to the same words over and over again until it can say them easily. A parrot’s satisfied just to do the same thing everyday. In fact, you almost never see a parrot actually fly. Not eagles. Eagles have an inner drive to explore and experience everything out there. They have the courage to change and take risks. And

Think A Minute Jhan Tiafau Hurst they’re not afraid to leave their familiar, comfortable nest of tradition to search for more. An eagle’s passion for life pushes it to soar high and explore new territory, looking for fresh, satisfying food instead of the same boring, dry seeds. So which bird are you most like? If you like being a parrot kind of person, then you’ll probably just

exploration permits of a large portion of mining claims, depending whether the applicant is an individual or corporation. Under local mining laws, individual ‘permitee’ is entitled to mining claim of five to 20 blocks. Corporations and large mining firms are entitled to more than 50 blocks. A block is about or more than 18 hectare. Thus, ‘gold panning’ in Iponan River could be the handiwork of these ‘permitees,’ too. In return, these ‘permitees’ provide hydraulic compressors, pipes, barge, mercury, cyanide and other paraphernalia used to extract and amalgamate gold ore. An informant said that some local officials in Opol are ‘financing’ gold panning in Iponan River. In exchange, these local officials cum financiers buy the gold cheaply – almost half the price of current market price in grams. Nobody believes town Mayor Dexter Yasay is one of the financiers of these illegal small-scale miners in Opol. However, Yasay could not escape critics since as town mayor he has done nothing to curtail that illegal mining activity in his area. A day after the provincial government swooped down in Iponan River and seized all illegal mining paraphernalia in Opol, illegal miners masquerading as farmers swarmed Yasay’s office in Opol. Of course, they said the visitors were farmers. In reality, they were the so called ‘camote’ miners. ‘Camote’ miner is a local term for gold panning. They swooped down on Yasay’s office not to complain but, perhaps, to counter the provincial government’s move. Getting interesting. React: crisguardian@yahoo.com

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LIFE’S INSPIRATIONS: “… I call on the Lord in MELANIE RIVERA ALLAN M. MEDIANTE my distress, and he answers IRENE DOMINGO EXECUTIVE EDITOR me…” (Psalm 120:1, the PINKY CADAVEDO A—ò›Ùã®Ý®Ä¦ Holy Bible). JOE DEL PEURTO FELICILDA -oooMANAGING EDITOR GUILLERMO ADE, JÙ. WANT INCREASED PÙʗç‘ã®ÊÄ CRIS DIAZ SEX DRIVE? TRY VIRASSOCIATE EDITOR ALBERT MOLIT GIN COCONUT OIL: Now, PAT SAMONTE MARLON DOMINGO there is proof that men R›¦®Êă½ E—®ãÊÙ-CƒÙƒ¦ƒ CIRCULATION and women taking at least AL JACINTO three tablespoons of virgin JUN ESCUADRO R›¦®Êă½ E—®ãÊÙ-ZƒÃÊƒÄ¦ƒ coconut oil everyday can RIZA O. ARES GERRY LEE GORIT LIEZL A. DELOSO achieve a significant inROLANDO SUDARIA JOE PALABAO crease in sexual activity. A P«ÊãÊ JÊçÙă½®ÝãÝ RENE MICHAEL BAÑOS study conducted by a group FELIX SANTILLAN MƒÙ»›ã®Ä¦ CÊÄÝç½ãƒÄãÝ of doctors from the UniverLƒùÊçã AÙã®Ýã sity of Sto. Tomas (UST) ATTY. MARIO T. JUNI ƒããù. Ùʐ›ÙãÊ ƒ. ‘ƒÄãƒ¦Ê ¹Ù. and commissioned by the URIEL C. QUILINGUING L›¦ƒ½ CÊçÄݛ½Ý E—®ãÊÙ®ƒ½ CÊÄÝç½ãƒÄã Department of Agriculture (DA) and the Philippine REGIONAL PARTNERS: Coconut Authority (PCA) WESTERN MINDANAO confirmed this to be so. Mindanao Examiner/Mindanao Daily Agriculture Secretary Unit 15, 3F Fair Land Bldg., Nunez Extension Proceso Alcala announced Zamboanga City Phone & Fax (062) 992 5480 the results of the study as Email: mindanaoexaminer@gmail.com he presided over a press URL: mindanaoexaminer.com conference held at the PCA CARAGA last Wednesday, February MARX’S PUBLISHING AND MARKETING SERVICES 29, 2012, in the presence of P-7 Resureccion Road., Holy Redeemer, the UST doctors, Reynaldo Butuan City Gabriel Naranjilla, C. A. Cell No. 0948-4183501, 0912-8091093 Binag ang Bobby Santiago, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

stay the same. But you’ll never have or experience anything more in life. And you’ll never know if what you believe is really true. Remember, “If you agree with someone on everything, then one of you is doing all the thinking.” The smart, successful person is not only open to new ideas, he goes looking for them. So if you want a full, exciting life like an eagle as

God created you to live, then what are you waiting for? Do you realize how out of place you are living in that cage of the same thinking and routine every day of your life? Imagine how silly an eagle would look sitting in a cage, picking over a tasteless pile of dried seeds. So why don’t you ask Jesus Christ to take full charge of your life every day? Jesus clearly proved He is the true and only way to a fully satisfying life—by His teaching, miracles, death and resurrection. And He wants to lead you into all the truth, success, and full living He’s planned for you to enjoy. Just Think a Minute.

Opol’s camote miners

THE task force created by the provincial government reportedly noted 29 illegal small-scale mining in Iponan River. These illegal activities were going on in the borders of Cagayan de Oro and Opol, Misamis Oriental for many years. For many years, these illegal activities remained unchecked. Despite the clamor of concerned citizens on the dying Iponan River, small-scale Cris Diaz mining continued unabated in that nobody-care-less hinterland. One of those interviewed told the task force that he had been into gold panning for the last 30 years. The guy was right. For the last three decades, illegal small-scale TEMPER/p.11 mining thrived in that now almost desolate wasteland. Not, until the gold-rich mountain attracted domestic and foreign investors that the illegal activities there came to the fore. With the confiscation of dozen of hydraulic compressors used for flush mining, suspicions are certain that these small-scale miners work for closely guarded mining firms there. The MINDANAO DAILY is published by Mindanao Daily Balita at Door 3, Geleng Bldg., Lapasan Highway, Cagayan de It cannot also be discounted that local officials in Oro City. It is registered with the Department of Trade and Opol, particularly the town mayor who issue permits Industry (DTI), Region 10 with CerƟfifcate No. 01349532, and albeit illegally, is also part of the larger picture. We say with Business Permit No. 02275, TIN No. 946-396-807-001 illegal permit since, in a sense, there are no small-scale Telefax Nos: (088) 856-3344, (08822)74-53-80, mining operators in the area although these ‘panners’ Cell nos.: 0917-7121424, 0923-432-0687 and ‘flushers’ call themselves small-scale miners. Website: www//mindanaodailybalita.com Where are the big fish? These mining firms own the E-mail: mindanaodaily.ads@gmail.com mindanaodailynews@gmail.com

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Kakampi mo ang batas Atty. Batas Mauricio PCA Administrator Euclides G. Forbes, and PCA public information officer Thelma Tolentino. What are the interest of the Department of Agriculture and the PCA over the study showing increased sexual activity among regular users of virgin coconut oil? Well, since Filipinos are always interested to increase their sexual activity, they are expected to increase their consumption of virgin coconut oil, which, in turn, will necessarily increase demand for coconut. -oooMASSIVE COCONUT REPLANTING SET: Other significant items during the press conference: about

P900 million has been allotted by the DA and the PCA for massive coconut planting or replanting and fertilization program nationwide; coconut export earnings for 2011 increased by 20.28% compared to 2010 earnings; P60 million has been earmarked for the implementation of PCA’s “kasaganaan sa niyugan ay kaunlaran ng bayan” (KAANIB) project. -oooMIRIAM’S OUTBURTS: Come to think of it, Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago has every reason to be angry during the day-to-day hearing in the impeachment trial of Chief Justice Renato Corona. First and

foremost, it was clear, from the start, that congressmenprosecutors were lacking in evidence to pursue the eight articles of impeachment against Corona. Then, the congressmenprosecutors showed lack of savvy in proving the accusations which were not withdrawn by them. Furthermore, they were unable to compel the appearance of witnesses whom they wanted to present. And finally, they even had to withdraw five of the eight charges against Corona. With a prosecution team like this, Santiago could not be faulted for exploding every now and then. -oooI N C R A L LY A N D WITHDRAWAL OF CORONA CHARGES: Was it a coincidence that, as millions of Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) members gathered at the Luneta and other parts of the Philippines last February 28, 2012, lead CHARGES/p.11


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BusinessWeek Mindanao’s Nominees Tagum City, Davao Norte - Four Seasons Fruits Corporation (FSFC) was established in June 2001. Located along the major banana growing region of Southern Philippines, Davao del Norte, it boasts of an elite operation worthy of customers’ need. It has developed buyers from the United States, Europe, Australia and Asia who had been patronizing its quality for more than a decade. After 10 years of being in the manufacturing and shipping business. FSFC has worked its way into being a reputable and reliable shipper of quality banana chips. FSFC is recognized by the industry as one of the most competitive in the country. From the selection of appropriate raw materials, processing till packing, combined with strict compliance in sanitary productions processes, beyond and above the minimum regulations. Four Seasons Fruits Corpo-

ration has developed care values - quality, reliablity and client satisfaction that has earned the trust of customers worldwide. Business Philosophy Backed by the expertise and knowledge of its people in the banana processing industry, FSFC has risen to become synonymous to quality products and reliability. Each production batch is a result of strict quality control, from selecting the finest raw material, processing and packing. FSFC maintains high standards in banana chips and its personnel have been trained to respond to your needs and concerns promptly. FSFC believes that nothing comes in second to clients’ satisfaction. Its success is a direct result of its dependability gained from ten years of operation. Mission and Vision FSFC’s Vision is to provide and be known as a

competitive and reliable provider of quality banana chip products globally. Since its inception in 2001, FSFC maintains its mission to deliver products that passed the strictest quality and sanitation regulations. The people behind FSFC have been trained to appreciate and meet the company’s goals. “Together, we strive to improve the industry by being a model to our competitors and promoting sound business decisions.” Post Sales FSFC takes pride in its post sales relationships with clients “Our principle is that a transaction does not end when we ship our products to you. We track each shipment and get in touch with our clients for any concerns regarding their orders. “ This sound business practice and product quality enabled FSFC to be among the most trusted names in the industry

SOUTHERN PHILIPPINE FRESH CRUITS CORP., DAVAO CITY The agricultural development in the rich soils of Mindanao is undisputed and has progressed over the years. It exports various agricultural products such as banana, pineapple and papaya to several regions of the world. In addition, to these products, Mindanao also has rich supply of other local fruits that has gained popularity in foreign markets over the years, such as the Philippine Super Mango. SPFFC, which was incorporated in 2005, saw the demand for Philippine Super Mango grow steadily over the years and was convinces that it could overcome the strict regulatory quality quality control measures imposed by importing countries and supply quality Philippine Mangoes throughout the world. SPFFC boasts of a 2,000 square meter plant to house its vapor heat treatment equipment and to provide an integrated location for all its operating functions, i.e., receiving, sorting, grading, hot water dipping, vapor heat treatment and packing. SPFFC Plant is 5,280 sq. mtrs in land area it houses a 12 ton capacity Sanshu Sangyo Vapor Heat Treatment equipment that has undergone strict compliance tests and requirements and is accredited with various foreign government agencies such as the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (MAFF) and the Korean Plant Quarantine Service (NPQS). The plant is capable of processing up to 24 tons of mangoes a day. To support its mango operations, SPFFC has a Senior Operating Manager with extensive experience in the mango industry which has benefited SPFFC to become a market leader in its field. He is assisted by an enthusiastic pool of new and young graduates as well as experienced skilled individuals. SPFFC believes in training and developing its personnel in order to excel in the challenging export oriented development. Due to its tie up with major banana supplier in the reqion, SPFFC has the ability to ship mangoes from Davao City, Philippines to ports of call on Japan and Kroea for only 5-7 days, which is significantly shorter compared to commercial shipping lines. SPFFC is capable of supplying mangoes throughout the year. It has a network of suppliers and growers from all regions of the Philippine archipelago to fulfill its supply requirements. In addition, it will also embark on company manage farms to further strengthen its supply base and enhance quality control. To ensure quality, SPFFC also conducts training and accredation of its mango suppliers. This is also part of SPFFC’s social responsibility to alleviate the current way of living of the local mango growers. SPFFC extends technical assistance to increase their technical know-how with mango production and in total increasing their total production output. With a commitment to quality, SPFFC ensure whether vapor heat treatment, hot water dipped or untreated, it is the best source of Philippine Super Mangoes.

for MINDANAO’S OUTSTANDING ENTREPRENEURS & BUSINESS LEADERS AWARDS 2012

B-G Fruits & Nuts Manufacturing Corporation CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY

B-G Fruits & Nuts Manufacturing Corporation was established in 1991. Since then, B-G Fruits has gone on to manufacture and market food products which have been successfully introduced to and continue to be well received in global markets. With manufacturing plants and banana plantations nestled in the heart of Mindanao - the southern area of the Philippines known for its teeming natural resources – B-G Fruits and Nuts Manufacturing uses only the finestgrade produce. A true global player and responsible manufacturer, the company’s operations comply with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and adhere to the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) Quality System. B-G Fruits’ commitment to food safety and high quality has been one of the company’s landmark principles. This strict adherence to the principles of good business ethics and health standards has earned the steadfast loyalty of B-G Fruits’ ever-growing clientele, resulting in one of the best-selling brands in the United States of America, Europe, Asia and the Pacific. B-G Fruits prides itself on its reliable and fresh raw material resources, in addition to the visionary leadership of management and the strong work ethic of its staff. B-G Fruits uses the latest technologies and modern laboratories for product research, development and testing. The company also utilizes optimized warehouse and transportation facilities; provides effective shipping arrangements, and has established a wide marketing network of customers, suppliers and employees. B-G’s Banana Chips begin as fresh bananas. These bananas are then sliced and cooked in our manufacturing plants, producing the sweet, crispy banana chips in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Our Banana chips come from the deepgreen fruits of the Saba variety “Musa Spientum Var Saba”, a fruit indigenous to tropical regions such as the Philippines. The bananas are prepared with natural ingredients, ensuring that each chip is bursting with nutrients and minerals. An all-natural health snack, banana chips enjoy consistent patronage from our loyal foreign consumers. B-G’s Banana Chips can be eaten as a regular snack food, or used as confectionery and muesli ingredients. B-G’s Banana Chips are available in the following flavors: Sweetened Unsweetened , Honey Dipped, Toasted

B-G Fruits and Nuts Manufacturing Corporation produces the finest banana chips in the Philippine market today. We take pride in continuing our tradition of producing top-class banana chips and time-honored favorites through the use of modern technology. Corporate Mission and Vision B-G Fruits & Nuts Manufacturing Corporation remains committed to becoming the leading banana chips manufacturer in the Philippines. We use only the choicest, naturally- grown bananas, resulting in products known around the world for their superior quality and distinct taste. Commitment to Client Satisfaction. B-G Fruits and Nuts Manufacturing Corporation guarantees that each of our customers is satisfied with our products. Our exceptional banana chips are produced according to the highest standards, promoting good health and further cementing their position in the market as an all-time favorite global snack.


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White Island now a ‘no-take-zone’

CAMIGUIN – The ‘no-take zone policy’ is now enforced in the White Island, in accordance with the recently-passed municipal ordinance protecting the marine sanctuaries in the area. Said ordinance that likewise named the White Island as a Marine Park, elaborated that recreational activities, like diving and snorkeling is still allowed within the marine sanctuary provided, it follows the allowed number of persons in the dive site at any given time and with the supervision of a dive guide.

Preparations underway for street-dacing tomorrow

BUKIDNON - The Kaamulan Management Committee is currently holding management conference with the KAAMULAN Festival sub-committee chairs, in preparation for the ‘Street Dancing’ tomorrow, March 3. MCWD General Manager Juanito Aroa, who chairs the Committee, said all sub-committees should have been prepared to ensure peace and security during the Kaamulan street dance competition.

Church wants military out By JOE DEL PUERTO FELICILDA, Managing Editor

SURIGAO City–– The Iglesia Filipina Independiente (IFI) in Surigao has called on the 30th Infantry Battalion of the Philippine Army to immediately vacate the barangay and tourism halls of Brgy. Ferlda, Alegria, Surigao Norte that it transformed into headquarters for years. In a joint statement, all the clergy of the diocese, headed by Bishop Rhee Timbang, urged the soldiers to move their quarters at least 500 meters away from the said barangay. “Consistent to our ministry as pastors and spiritual leaders of our people and, in adherence to the imperative of our faith in the Lord Jesus, who preaches the gospel of

justice, peace and dignity of persons and human life, we therefore are making this call for the 30th IB soldiers to move-out from the said barangay government edifices soonest possible,” Bishop Timbang said. They, likewise, urged the provincial board of Surigao Norte, through its appropriate committee, to look into the deployment and

conduct investigation as regards the regularity of the said military deployment and possible commission of human rights violations. In the same position paper, the clergy exhorted the Karapatan-Surigao del Norte, the civil societies

and the ecumenical groups in the province to create a fact-finding body to conduct a parallel investigation. The do c ument was signed by Bishop Timbang himself and the 23 clergy of the diocese. (with report from IFI, Surigao Diocese)

Tourism office proposes road projects

TANDAG City - Two road concreting project proposals were submitted to the Department of Public Works and Highways by the Tandag City Tourism Council during the 15th Caraga Tourism Council general assembly in Butuan City, recently. The proposed tourism-oriented projects are in barangays Pangi and San Jose, according to Tourism Council Chair Roxanne Pimentel. (Vic Cosare, CDIO)

Sectoral groups support peace effort

LANAO Sur - Sectoral representatives of Ganassi town have signed a memorandum of agreement supporting the local government unit in the preservation and maintenance of peace and order to fast-track development of the area. Challenges and initiatives to achieve peace were tackled during the peace forum, facilitated by Ganassi Mayor Al-Rashid Macapodi.

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LIGHT FOR ECOVILLE PROJECT. Energy firm STEAG State Power Inc (SPI) hands-over some 500 pieces of solar-powered emergency rechargeable lamps to the residents of Xavier EcoVille in Lumbia Cagayan de Oro City. The solar lamps will provide alternative source of lighting for the residents of the relocation site, considering the limited supply of electric power in the area. The project is implemented, in partnership with Xavier University, CARD Business Development Service Foundation Inc., and Hapinoy . Present during the turn-over program were Steag officials, led by Dr. Carsten Evers and GhayeAlegrio, Fr. Eric Velandria of Xavier University and Mr. Bam Aquino of Hapinoy. (photo provided)

CAGAYAN de Oro City Mayor Vicente Y. Emano, together with Berjaya Group Philippines Chief Paul Soo (center) and Gawad Kalinga Executive Director Luis Oquiñana (left), leads the capsule-laying during the groundbreaking ceremonies for the Berjaya Village in Upper Bolonsiri, Barangay Macasandig where 200 houses are to be constructed. (CIO/jdelpf)

Habitat fast-tracks Calaanan relocation site CAGAYAN de Oro City–– Habitat for Humanity (HFH) sets March 15 this year to finish the 200 housing units at Calaanan Relocation site. For this, volunteers are being mobilized in various aspects of the project, like

septic tank excavation and back-filling, among others. By April this year, some 500 houses built by Habitat for Humanity Philippines and 100 by the local government, are going ready for occupancy, said City

Mayor Vicente Emano. “We’ll do the best to have our homeless brothers and sisters occupy permanent homes starting April,” the Mayor promised. (Habitat for Humanity/CIO/PIA-10/ jdelpf )

Finding reliable health care info on the Internet FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Every night we go to bed, we have no assurance to wake up alive the next morning but still we have plans for tomorrow. That’s HOPE.

IF you have a chronic disease like cancer, then chances are that you are researching the internet for information about it. The internet is a great to o l for l e a r n i n g m or e ab out your dis e as e and treatment options, but do

you know that you are getting reliable, factual information? You cou l d b e mak ing treatment decisions, based on outdated and incorrect informati on. (extr ac te d from Lisa Fayed’s article in About.com Guide)

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Notebook: Spurs 96, Bulls 89

Editor: ALLAN MEDIANTE

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Solon wants professional boxers to enjoy more safety FILIPINO boxing superstar and Congressman Manny Pacquiao of Saranggani urged on Thursday the Games and Amusement Board (GAB) to come up with guidelines that would ensure the safety of professional boxers competing here and abroad. “I would like to suggest for the GAB to conduct at least two meetings with all the boxing promoters in the country to thresh out problems confronting the professional boxing,” Pacquiao said in a Senate inquiry on the state of the professional boxers. Pacquiao made the state-

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a fighter should fight every other two months or three months if he suffered knock down,” Pacquiao said. Based on GAB records, Maguinto fought eight times in 2011 including two victories via stoppages before he fought Costa last Jan. 28 in Caloocan City. The boxing promoters initially disagreed with Pacquiao’s proposal but Pimentel advised the GAB to coordinate and discuss with the promoters the suggestion which would allow boxer to rest his body before returning to the ring. philippine news agency

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By TIM PRICE, NBA.COM

THE FACTS: Derrick Rose enjoyed another productive night against San Antonio, leading all scorers with 29 points and helping the Chicago Bulls to a 96-89 win over the Spurs on Wednesday at AT&T Center. Rose, who averaged 37.5 points against the Spurs last season, was only 10-of-23 from the floor including just 1-of-5 on 3-pointers. But he made all eight of his free throws while the Bulls (29-8) won their fourth straight. The Spurs (24-11) got 18 points and 10 rebounds from Tim Duncan, and their most production from the backcourt came from the bench when Gary Neal scored 21 points in 24 minutes. Coming into the game the Spurs had won 12 of 13 and all but one home game. QUOTABLE: “Down the stretch Chicago showed why they’ve won all those games. They made shots and were real solid defensively.” -- Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich THE STAT: Rose played 2 1/2 fewer minutes than rival point guard Tony Parker, but he walked away with the better stats and the win. Most importantly, he forced the action on offense by getting to the free throw line eight times compared to two for Parker. Parker missed 11 shots from the floor (Rose missed 13) and turned the ball over three times while scoring 11 points -- his lowest total since five against Memphis on Jan. 30. TURNING POINT: It looked like San Antonio could roll on past the Bulls following the 24-15 third quarter when Chicago shot 6-of-24. The Spurs were up by four in the opening minute of the fourth quarter, but C.J. Watson and Ronnie Brewer came off the bench to turn it around. Watson had two steals that set up Brewer for two of his three baskets to open the final-quarter scoring for Chicago and give the Bulls the lead. Chicago shot almost 67 percent in the fourth, including 4-of-5 from Brewer. HOT: Luol Deng is either right on with his 3-point touch or way off. He was 1-of-5 from the line the previous night against New Orleans and he was 1-of-6 from the floor with a missed 3-pointer through the first three quarters at San Antonio. But, off two pick-and-pop feeds from Rose, Deng knocked down a pair of threes in the final 4 1/2 minutes. He’s shooting 40 percent from the 3-point line this season.

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COMMUNITY Policy From page 1 Malacañang is reportedly drafting an Executive Order government mining activities in the country. Ochoa’s statement on the proposed mining policies follows in full: “We are aware that there is much concern regarding government policies currently being studied to address the various mining issues in the country.” “Due to the weighty issues involved and the significant impact the mining industry has on the welfare of our people and the environment, we are at present conducting additional consultations with industry stakeholders so we can adopt directives that take into consideration the interests of all those affected by the mining industry -especially the communities directly affected by mining operations -- consistent with existing laws, regulations and strict environmental standards.” “The new mining policies will be issued after we obtain the necessary input from the sectors involved and after a thorough and exhaustive assessment of the impact of these directives.” Earlier, the country’s biggest mining concern said it may shift investments overseas should the government’s new policy on the sector prove unfavorable to domestic operations. Michael Toledo, corporate affairs and government relations head of Philex Mining Corp., said the company is expanding, with a view to investing more abroad, particularly in Indonesia and Myanmar. “We should also be careful in the way we craft our policies that we might be under the impression that minerals are only found in this place,” Toledo said. “If it’s not feasible for an industry, developer or company to put their money here because they can’t get back their investment, obviously they will just look for some other place which is really sad because we are sitting on trillions of dollars worth of resources just waiting to be tapped,” he added. The executive said only 1.5 percent of the country’s untapped mineral resources is covered by mining permits. President Benigno Aquino III earlier said he would issue by end-February an executive order detailing his administration’s mining policy. Finance Secretary Cesar V. Purisima, who heads the President’s economic team, had said the government was partial to maximizing financial or technical assistance agreements (FTAAs) since these provide the state a bigger 50 percent share in revenues, as against the overused mining production sharing agreements (MPSAs), which earn for the government a two percent excise tax.

Toledo said Philex is open for discussions so the issue is resolved “equitably” with all stakeholders benefiting from the Palace order. “We believe the government will stick to its promises of being an enabler of business rather than a hindrance,” he said. Philex chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan earlier expressed concerns over the draft Palace order, particularly a clause declaring a moratorium on the issuance of new mining licenses, which could delay the company’s $1-billion Silangan copper-gold project in Surigao del Norte. Philex expects to hit its P5 billion profit guidance on higher metal prices. CD with a report from InterAksyon.com

Shootout... from page 3

number, a caliber .357 revolver, three spent shells of .357 revolver, two caliber .357 live bullets, two rounds of live ammunition of 12 gauge shotgun and a 25.5inch long bolo, said police Francisco’s remains now lie in state at Chatto Funeral Homes in Barangay San Rafael, Talacogon town, police added.

Mishap From page 1 Wounded were Lumay Barangay Kagawad Napoloen Ucab, 44; Police Officer 1 (PO1) Nasser Sabtiri, 36; Ronald Sandagan, 37, a truck helper; Rey Daclan, 36, a fisherman; Antonio Compis, 42; Dionisio Atog, 37; and Adelfa Caralde, 22. Eucogco said the victims were aboard an Isuzu cargo truck driven by Victor Compis, 39, traveling from

Dipolog City, the capital of Zamboanga del Norte, to Baliguian town when the vehicle developed engine trouble and fell into a 100foot deep ravine as Compis lost control of the steering wheel. Compis, who was unscathed, voluntarily surrendered to the police in Baliguian municipality, Eucogco said. (PNA)

BEER market leader San Miguel Brewery Inc. (SMB) stages its signature summer event this year, the San Miguel Pale Pilsen Sarap Mag Babad, with bigger surprises for the wise spending ‘barkada’ who want to make the most out of their summer break without spending more. This year’s Sarap Mag Babad relevantly takes on the campaign “Taste of Summer,” bringing together in seven popular destinations nationwide the most sought-after ingredients of summer get-togethers: the indispensable ‘pulutan’ (beer match) served hot and fresh off the grill; relaxing pop, acoustic and reggae music; the coolest souvenir freebies; and of course, overflowing supply of the best-tasting San Miguel Pale Pilsen. “This year, we will bring the taste of summer to our loyal patrons who may not be able to go out of town or on a tight budget. We have partnered with food establishments who can accommodate San Miguel Pale Pilsen’s Sarap MagBabad celebrations. We believe that for as long as friends are complete, the festive summer ambience is set, and the best pulutan is readily available to match the ice-cold San Miguel Pale Pilsen, summer is always within reach,” says SMB President Roberto N. Huang. For 10 consecutive Fridays from March 2 to May 11, Sarap MagBabad will be celebrated at Super Six Grill in Malate, Manila; Valdez Center in San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte; Manokan Country in Bacolod City; Ormoc Food Park in Ormoc City; Tagbilaran Port in Tagbilaran City, Bohol; Matina Town Square in Davao City; and at Tagum City Trade and Cultural Center in Tagum, Davao del Norte. San Miguel Pale Pilsen partnered with these seven establishments for their proximity to the public, wide array of affordable and mouth-watering

beer matches - from the top-selling sisig to the classic adobong mani, and spacious venues to hold the San Miguel Pale Pilsen Battle of the Bands, which is making a comeback after many years. “This year, we will reintroduce the popular Battle of the Bands which has been the trademark event of our flagship beer brand, San Miguel Pale Pilsen. Musical talents abound in our country, and SMB believes that our aspiring local bands deserve a shot at showcasing their talents and being rewarded for their passion,” adds Huang. Interested bands of three to seven members each may audition at the San Miguel Pale Pilsen Battle of the Bands at any of the seven Sarap Mag Babad venues on March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, April 13, 20, and 27. Semi-finals will be held on May 4, where winners will advance to the Grand Finals on May 4. Bands playing pop, acoustic, or reggae music are invited to join. A total of P 535,000 cash prize will

what was to be held in trust. To make matters worse, documents were falsified to frightening. Will the mili- promote specific truths that continue to be challenged tary follow the President? There is also the issue to date. The rule wherein someof no less the Central Bank, the AMLC and the banking thing illegal stays illegal reindustry represented by the gardless of the timing of any PSBank who have faulted with presentation is questioned a dubious presentation of when it shouldn’t be.

At this rate it seems oddly difficult for the Senator-Judges to decide on this impeachment even if many of them are already seemingly biased. Are the Senator-Judges correct with their pronouncements against the prosecution? Is the prosecution really this unprofessional consid-

Charges From page 6 congressman-prosecutor and Iloilo Rep. Niel Tupas was withdrawing five of the eight articles of impeachment against Corona? Is there truth to the claim of defense lawyers that the prosecution was spooked by the sheer number of INC members who joined the Tuesday event which, despite its having billed as a “Grand Evangelical Mission”, was actually a “rally for the rule of law”---and, therefore, was an expression of support for Corona and disapproval of efforts to impeach him? Is it also true that the order to withdraw five of the eight articles of impeachment came from frantic leaders of government who were seized by fear of a possible withdrawal of support not only for the national leadership, but also for themselves especially because the 2013 elections is just around the corner?

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