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THE House of Representatives has approved on third and final reading a bill that defines and punishes cybercrime to prevent and suppress its proliferation. House Bill 5808, authored by Reps. Susan Yap (2nd District, Tarlac), Eric
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Owen Singson, Jr. (2nd District, Ilocos Sur), Marcelino Teodoro (1st District, Marikina City) and Juan Edgardo Angara (Lone District, Aurora), complies with the declared policy of the State, which recognizes the increasingly vital role
of information and communications technology (ICT) as an enabler of key industries such as banking, broadcasting, business process outsourcing, electronic commerce and telecommunications, and as a BILL/PAGE 9
Suspect in killing of Napocor exec nabbed • Suspect is Oroquita’s Public Enemy No. 1 • Three more suspects including a son of a retired police intelligence officer in Camp Alagar, Cagayan de Oro, remains at large. OPERATIVES of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) on Friday arrested the primary suspect in the killing of a National Power Corp. (Napocor) manager in Iligan City in 2007. Director Samuel D. Pagdilao, Jr., CIDG chief, identified the suspect as Leosito S. Macatan, 32, of Barangay Poblacion 1, Oroquieta City. Pagdilao said Macatan was the most wanted criminal in Oroquieta City. Armed with arrest warrants for murder and frustrated murder issued by Iligan City Regional Trial Court, CIDG operatives in Misamis Occidental, led by Senior Insp. Danilo S. Balmes, and some volunteers
of Community Investigative Support nabbed Macatan at about 9 a.m. Friday at his hideout. CIDG Region 10 director Sr. Supt. Eliseo Rasco said Macatan was one of the four suspects in the stabbing to death of Napocor manager Engr. Ronald Mayo Ellorin and the wounding of his brother PO3 Henry Mayo Ellorin, at about 2 a.m. on Dec. 25, 2007. Rasco said that aside from Macatan, the CIDG in region 10 was also hot on the trail of another suspect, Jaime Cabilando Jr. a son of a retired policeman formerly assigned at the intelligence division office of Regional Police Office 10, and SUSPECT/PAGE 9
Local residents of Pagadian City in the southern Philippines enjoy the gyrating fountain in front of the City Hall. Pagadian, tagged as the “Little Hong Kong of the South” because of its rolling terrain dotted with restaurants and white-sand beaches, is fast becoming a tourist attraction in Western Mindanao. Photo by Al Jacinto/Mindanao Examiner
100 suspects in Mindanao carnage remain scot-free By CRIS DIAZ Associate Editor
AFTER more than two years since an election-related carnage of 58 civilians, 32 of them were media people, in the town of Ampatuan,
Maguindanao, about 100 suspects still remained at large. Rowena Paraan, secretary general of the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines, said that only 96 of the 196 suspects have been
arrested since the infamy took placed 30 months ago on Nov. 23, 2009. She said that of those 64 suspects arraigned, only two are primary suspects -— former Maguindanao Gov. Andal S. Ampatuan Sr.
and his son and namesake, Andal Ampatuan Jr., former mayor of Datu Unsay town. Another prominent family member, Zaldy Ampatuan, former governor of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, has been
put behind bars but has yet to be arraigned. It was the worst electionrelated violence in Philippine history and the worst single attack against media workers anywhere else in the world.
The body of one of the media victims, Reynaldo Momay, photographer of Tacurong City-based Midland Review, remains missing. Momay’s daughter, SCOT-FREE/PAGE 9
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Solon seeks 2-year extension Training of floriculture of elected barangay officials By PJ TREMEDAL Correspondent
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gay elections for both the candidates and the national government. In the May 2010 barangay elections, the national government spent some P3.6 billion, the bill said. ‘With a country whose budget deficit was estimated by the President to reach a record high of P349 billion by the end of the year, P3.6 billion was too high a price to spend on barangay elections,’ Rodriguez argued. He said the approval of the proposed bill sought to amend Section 43 of republic act 7160, otherwise known as the local government code of the Philippines by increasing by two years the term of office of barangay officials. If the proposed bill is approved, Sec 43 of RA 7160 under letter C of the Term of Office would then provide: The term of office
A CAGAYAN de Oro solon was asking Congress to extend the term of elected barangay officials to two years after the next barangay elections and thereafter. The Local Government Code of the Philippines set the next barangay elections every three years after the 1994 elections. There was a moved to synchronize the barangay elections with the national and local elections mid-year next year. Rep. Rufus Rodriguez, 2nd District of Cagayan de Oro City, introduced House Bill No. 5991 saying the ‘three year term of barangay officials is too short a time for the unity and stability in barangay leadership and affairs.’ The bill also cited the costly exercise of baran-
Some three hectares have been promised by Cagayan de Oro City 2nd District Rep. Rufus Rodriguez for a “media village” composed of 200 houses. Members of the Cagayan de Oro Press Club, especially those who were affected by typhoon Sendong, are asking the congressman when the project will commence. Photo by Gerry L. Gorit of barangay officials and members of the Sangguniang Kabataan shall be for [three (3) years] FIVE (5) YEARS. [Which shall begin
Santa Cruz Street, Sumpong Malaybalay City Bukidnon
after the regular election of barangay officials on the second Monday of May 1994.] The amendment introduced by this Act shall apply to the next Barangay Elections to be held after the effectivity of this Act and every Barangay Elections thereafter, it said.
BALIANGAO, Misamis Occidental––With an approved funding from the Agriculture Training Institute (ATI), Baliangaonons, especially the Women of Sitio Bulalo in Barangay Tugas, undergo a three-day training on floriculture to strengthen their livelihood program. Ms. Sonia Talibong, Regional Focal Person of the Agriculture Training Institute focusing on Gender and Development, is the led trainor of the three-day training not only to empower the women of Barangay Tugas but to strengthen their livelihood program especially on growing flower species for economic upliftment. Floriculture is the science of culturing flowers. “In this training we also teach them flower culture management, flower arrangements, and to use organic methods of growing flowers that can help them earn more to augment their daily earnings for their family income,” Talibong said. Meanwhile, Ms. Thelma Monte de Ramos, the town’s Municipal Agricultural Of-
ficer of the Department of Agriculture told Mindanao Daily News that for the past years the women of Barangay Tugas have been growing flower to earn. However because of experiencing more local visitors and tourist buying their native greeneries and flowers, the local government unit under Mayor Svetlana Jalosjos-De Leon decided to support the Women Group to develop their expertise and help their families. “We have full grow white and red bougainvilleas, and after this training we will be culturing more kind of flower species like anthoriums, roses, chrysanthemums and other species,” Monte de Ramos said. Meanwhile, Mr. Reamil Alum, Municipal Tourism Officer said that some tourist who visited the town are now buying the said home grown flowers in pots, but with the training they can be better off with nice flower arrangements and can sell them with higher price to earn more for their livelihood. Barangay Tugas is now also a tourism destination for its beautiful flowers.
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Congressman Rufus Rodriguez shakes hand with Gusa Barangay Chair Emmanuel Beja in this simple ceremony for repair of Day Care Center that cost P250,000. Also in photo are DPWH ADE Cesar Hipona Jr. Barangay officials and the residents in the area.
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Erring LPG dealers warned JOINT teams from the Department of Energy (DOE) and the Liquefied Petroleum Gas Marketers’ Association (LPG-MA) have stepped up their surveillance of refilling stations, in a bid to shield consumers of the cooking fuel from potential trade abuses. “We are carrying out the inspections to strengthen enforcement of, and compliance with existing standards meant to shield the public from unfair business practices and ensure the safe consumption of LPG,” said Rep. Arnel Ty, who represents the LPG-MA sectoral party in Congress.
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DIPOLOG City - A city councilor is now an active advocate of environmental protection, urging all and sundry especially the businessmen to adopt and support the “no plastic bag day.” Councilor James Cyril O. Ruiz has recently sponsored a resolution asking the Dipolog Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DFCCI) and the Dipolog Chamber of Commerce and Ruiz said he would like is everybody’s concern. Industry (DCCI) to adopt “Plastic materials are and observe the no plastic to instill in the hearts and bag use day each week in minds of the people that non-biodegradable and caring for the environment they contribute to floodthe city.
ing and destruction of the ozone layer,” he said. Ruiz stressed that the “no plastic bag use day” aims to increase public awareness on the dangers wrought by plastic materials on the environment. Plastic bags which are m a d e of p olye t hy l e n e would take about 100 years to decompose. Some cities in the country are already implementing the no plastic bag use day and the city known for adopting this policy is Quezon City. (JPA/FPG/ PIA-ZamboangadelNorte/ asf )
25 students in ARMM now DOST scholars By APIPA P. BAGUMBARAN MARAWI City - Twenty five high school graduates from the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) have qualified for this year’s study grant of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST). According to DOSTARMM Assistant Secretary AbdulgalibHalud, the scholars are among the 25,600 applicants for the Grant for Educational Assistance on Technology Teaching Courses for Muslim Mindanao (GREAT-M), a scholarship program specially provided to Muslim students by the DOST-
Science Education Institute (SEI). Secretary Halud added the students will get the benefit of a full scholarship
in any four-year science and technology degree at the Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT).
Each of them also gets P4,000 monthly stipend, and book and uniform allowances. (BPI-ARMM/ APB-PIA10/asf )
The New Generation Alex A. Podador
Only by the blood WHEN John, the Baptist saw Jesus was coming to be baptized, he said: “behold, the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world” (John 1:29). As soon as John’s disciples heard Jesus referred to as “The Lamb of God”, they left John and followed Jesus. As Israelites, they well understood the significance of this. The Israelites received forgiveness and atonement through the following process. (At-one, means to be made “at one” with God.) God had prescribed that a lamb be brought as sin offering to the altar in the temple. The sinner then would lay his hands on the head of the lamb as it lay on the altar and confess his sins. Through this process, the sins of the confessor would be transferred to the lamb. Because the penalty for sin was death, the lamb then had to die because it sinned. The lamb was slain in place of the sinner. The lamb became a substitute sacrifice for the sinner. – dying in his place.
Jesus shed His blood for us. This illustrates what Jesus was doing on the cross for you and me. We were the ones who deserved to die for our sins. But Jesus (the Lamb) died as our substitute – in our place. I should have been hanging there on that cross- but Jesus took my place (and yours ) . Thus I can be “atone” with God. I am forgiven and enjoy a standing before God “just as if I’d” never sinned. Our sins are forgiven and forgotten because Jesus shed His blood on the cross for us. Therefore the devil hates the blood of Jesus. Jesus blood is powerful against the enemy. That cross and the blood Jesus shed there for us defeated the devil and the demons, so they hate the blood of Jesus. The blood of the Lamb kept Satan (the destroyer) out of the Israelites homes on Passover night in Egypt. The blood of the sacrificial Lambs of the Old Testament kept Satan from BLOOD/PAGE 9
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Ignorance is not bliss THINK a minute. During World War II, an uneducated man who lived out in the hills brought this letter to the city to hand deliver it to the United States Army. Since he could not read or write, his wife had written it for him. The letter said this: “Dear United States Army: My husband asked me to write a recommendation that he supports his family. He cannot read. Please take him. He ain’t no good to me. He ain’t done nothing but make trouble and drink beer since I married him 8 years ago. And I got to feed his 7 kids. Maybe you can get him to carry a gun. He’s good at huttin’ squirrels and eatin’. Take him. I need his food and bed for the kids. Don’t tell him I said this, just take him.”
Think A Minute Jhan Tiafau Hurst Well, I suppose it’s safe to say that husband’s ignorance was not bliss! What he didn’t know did hurt him! A story is told of a thief in ancient times who stole a very valuable coat. The coat was made of the finest materials, including buttons of pure silver and gold. When he returned to his friends after selling the coat in the market, they asked him how much money he’d got for the coat. He answered, “A hundred pieces of silver.” His friends
were shocked and upset. They said: “You only got a hundred pieces of silver for that rare, valuable coat!” The thief looked surprised and asked: “Why? Is there a number higher than 100?” You see, if you don’t know there’s more, you won’t ever get it. There’s so much in life for us to enjoy, just waiting for us to get it. If all you’re used to eating is bread and water, then you don’t know you could be eating steak and lobster!
There’s one person who can show you everything there is to be enjoyed in life. Naturally, that is the one who created life. Jesus Christ came to show us what it means to be fully human and fully alive, so we can live our lives to the fullest! He also knows the dangers that can trick and trap us. He’ll protect you from the pain you and your family will have if you don’t live your Maker’s way that He designed for your happiness. So why not ask Jesus to forgive you for living your own way, and ask Him to take charge and start showing you how to live His satisfying way?It’s the only way you won’t miss out on every exciting, good thing He has planned for your life. Just Think a Minute.
The day democracy dies MOST of us who followed the impeachment trial of Chief Justice Renato Corona have mixed prognosis of its possible outcome. Will Corona be acquitted or convicted? Two questions with double-edged answers. In addition, who would gain in any of those answers? Actually, this corner is not interested in the Corona case. The fact that Malacanang instigated the Cris Diaz impeachment, carried out by rabid political allies, the impeachment, lost its value right from the start. Anyway, despite innuendos, the Congress observed the process of impeachment prior to its elevation to the Senate. Well, in spite of our limitations we will try to be, as much as possible, fair in our personal views here. Who gains in the Corona impeachment? If we are to be honest, only President Aquino gains in the Corona impeachment. The clear interference of Pres. Aquino to make sure that the Chief Justice is impeached made the impeachment trial questionable. To recall, even the House Speaker admitted that Aquino appealed to them to impeach Corona. To make the process fair, the house divides the votes leading to Corona’s impeachment. Dividing the house to get the sentiments of the members (Congress) is one of the cores of a democratic exercise. However, there had been cases in the past where the house majority decision was tainted, if not, unbelievable. An example of this was the Charter Change issue about five years ago. In that case, majority of the representatives voted in favor of it. Although Congress decided to
change the constitution at that time, the body withheld it amidst mounting protest. Had Congress argued by citing democratic processes and stood by its decision, no amount of protest will then prosper. Lately, we have experienced the same instance as the Charter Change in 2007. However, the case is in different level and in different time. The difference of the two cases as the charter change and impeachment is that the support of the Chief Executive in the charter change was discreet while that of the impeachment was blatant. Perhaps, the impeachment of the Chief Justice would have been credible had Aquino distance himself right from the start. Indeed, the personal motive of the President became obnoxious when he ordered all branches of the government to gather evidences that would possibly pin down the Chief Justice. While the President has chosen lackeys rejoice, we, the common people, cowered in fear. We could not imagine how an ordinary citizen be subjected to a Presidential wrath, so to speak. In the same manner, we think of a state-sponsored extra-judicial killing as a means to silence the common citizenry. We are bringing this issue since we believed that the citizenry lost in the impeachment of the Chief Justice. In other words, President Aquino gambled the country’s highest tribunal to advance his personal interest – not the interest of the people. For the President to say that the Chief Justice is a hindrance to the country’s development is an exaggeration. Indeed, one could surmise that a conviction of Corona would mean the triumph of the interest of the few. On the other hand, a conviction would mean the death of a democratic institution. React: email@example.com
A very unpopular mayor of Cagayan de Oro THIS is not about Mayor Vicente Y. Emano. This is about a fantasy. Me, fantasizing as the Mayor of Cagayan de Oro and what I will be doing as Mayor some of which will make me very unpopular. Let’s face it. The streets of Cagayan de Oro are narrow. They were made for caramatas and tartanillas not for cars and jeepneys. Like the streets of many ancient towns in Europe where they are also narrow, there are many one-way streets. That’s why Europe have many tiny cars. As mayor of Cagayan de Oro I will use that as a guide to ease the traffic but since we don’t have tiny cars, I
As Far As I Know Roy Gaane, West Covina, California will allow only motorcabs or motorelas inside the city with some exceptions. First, for the haters of these motorized contraptions, the drivers must wear shoes and city prescribed uniforms. These motorcabs and motorelas must have only one color for each specific routes. Ambulances will be allowed. Delivery trucks will be allowed only
on certain times. Other vehicles will have to pay for parking or must have parking permits. The city will be have more revenues from this. The money made from parking tickets will be used to build holding centers where seminars for certain law violators will be held. The holding center will detain traffic and littering
violators. In this holding center, there will be lectures about traffic and littering laws. After the lecture, there will be a written exam or oral exam for those who cannot write. Those who fail the exam will be detained and set free only after they pass the exam. That means the slow learners could be there for several nights. Those detained in the holding center overnight or several nights will be fed. The food will be taken from the unlicensed street vendors in public markets and elsewhere. The cooks will be those arrested for selling food at night on the side streets. They too MAYOR/PAGE 9
6 News In Focus DPWH breaks, asphalts good roads; calls it peace and development effort MONDAY, MAY 28, 2012
By AL JACINTO of kilometers of roads were Regional Editor-Zamboanga either broken to pave way for new concreting or asPAG A DIA N C it y – – phalted. The DPWH said the The Department of Public Works and Highways road rehabilitation has continues to lay asphalt on been programmed and many roads and highways funded by the national in Western Mindanao de- government. It said the infrastrucspite its good condition, ture projects would spur or break it. From Zamboanga City economic development in to the provinces of Zam- Zamboanga Peninsula and boanga Sibugay down to support the government’s Zamboanga del Sur and peace and development Zamboanga del Norte, in- efforts. Among the projects cluding Basilan, hundreds
completed by the DPWH are the intermittent sections of Siocon-Sirawai road in Zamboanga del Norte costing some P39.61 million; a section of the road from Pagadian City in Zamboanga del Sur to Zamboanga City amounting to P30.4 million; As p h a l t ov e r l ay o f Imelda section of Lanao province to Pagadian City and Zamboanga City road costing P30.41 Million; and the rehabilitation of the damaged portion of
the road from Liloy town in Zamboanga del Norte to Ipil town in Zamboanga Sibugay costing about P33.9 million. DPWH Region Director Jorge Sebastian claimed they completed 353 various infrastructure projects, inclduing bridges, school buildings, water system, multipurpose buildings, farm to market roads, flood control and drainage system projects, amounting to P3.75 billion. (Mindanao Examiner)
A motorist passes on an asphalted road in Zamboanga Del Sur province in Western Mindanao. Many national roads and highways from Zamboanga City to Zamboanga Sibugay and Zamboanga del Norte provinces in Western Mindanao had been asphalted by the Department of Public Works and Highways even though they are in good condition, but leaves dilapidated roads unattended in the region. (Mindanao Examiner Photo)
Dureza inducts Pagadian media cooperative officers, members By RIC CLET and MARIZ REVALES PAGADIAN City––Lawyer Jesus “Jess” Dureza, who is also the Mindanao Trustee of the Philippine Press Institute (PPI), sworn in the officers and members of the newly created Zamboanga Peninsula Multi Media Service Cooperative. Dureza, in his speech, told his peers that he was already a working journalist while studying. He was once the editor of the oldest newspaper in Davao City, the Mindanao Times. He admitted that journalist must face the challenge, temptation and hard work to be able to master the craft. “Media profession is very influential and powerful,” the former Presidential Assistant for Mindanao said. The former correspondent of Manila Times and Manila Bulletin migrated to Manila and came back to his hometown and became a congressman in the first district of Davao Dureza, as public servant, was the former chairman of the Mindanao Development Authority, National Programme Director of the UNDP-ACT for Peace Programme, Presidential HOUSE FOR RENT 3 Bedrooms, Upper Macasandig P3,500 per month call: 856-9122, 0922-813-4960, 0916-450-0174
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Lawyer Jesus Dureza of PPI Trustee for Mindnao and Publisher of Mindanao Times (center)inducts the officers and members of the Zamboanga Peninsula Multi Media Service Cooperative in Pagadian City recently. (PR) Adviser on Mindanao, Chief Presidential Legal Counsel, Chariman of the Mindano Economic Development Council (MEDCo), Chairman for the Government Panel for Talks with the MILF. As a journalist, he was the former Regional Chairman of the Publisher Association of the Philippines, Region XI , a TV Host for “Brainstorm” Talk Show in Davao City, Editor of the Mindanao Times, Davao City, President of Davao Press Club and Radio Host of RMN, Bombo, UMBN in Davao City. Zamboanga Peninsula Multi Media Service Cooperative chairman, Hirohito Cadion as he delivered his welcome address by challenging all the officers and members of the first created
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NATCCO eyes expansion in next 5 years CEBU City––The National Confederation of Cooperatives (NATCCO) is currently holding its 11th Cooperative Congress and 35th General Assembly on May 25 to 27 at the Waterfront Hotel. Attending are more than 600 representatives from member-cooperatives in the three major islands of More than 500 cooperative leaders from all over the country attend the opening ceremonies of the General Assembly of the 35th National Confederation of Cooperatives at the Waterfront Hotel Cebu City. The leaders will discuss the general direction that NATCCO will take in the next five years. Photo by Jeff Mendoza
Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. To be discussed are internal business matters of the Network’s operations all over the Philippines. However, the highlight of the General Assembly will be the report of the Chief Executive Officer, Mrs. Sylvia O. Paraguya. Paraguya
has reported a 25% increase in Assets, 16% growth in membership, significant expansion in deposits and loans released to member cooperatives, and greater member participation in its services like the Stabilization Fund and its youth program, Aflatoun, uptrend in the number of transactions of
Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT 4th Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City NANET N. DALICON, Petitioner,
CIVIL CASE No.2012-018
- Versus -
JERRY B SUAREZ. Respondent. X------------------------------/
Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT 4th Shari’a Judicial District lligan City JULIETA HELEDO BERMUDEZ Petitioner. - Versus -
CIVIL CASE No.2012-019 For Judicial Decree of Divorce.
FERNANDO O. BERMUDEZ. Respondent. X---------------------------------------------/
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
Former Senator Agapito ‘Butz’ Aquino (center), currentl Chairman of the Philippine Cooperative Center (PCC), receives from NATCCO Chief Executive Sylvia O. Paraguya (right) a token and a P100,000 donation to the PCC as a gift for giving an inspirational talk at the Opening Ceremonies of the NATCCO Network’s Opening Ceremonies. The Cooperative Congress and General Assembly is being held at the Waterfront Hotel Cebu City from May 25 to 27. Sen. Aquino urged the more than 500 cooperative leaders to keep in mind that cooperatives, being self-help organizations, will eventually be a major force in uplifting Philippine society if all cooperatives unite. NATCCO Chairman, Reynaldo A. Gandionco, looks on. PHOTO BY ERWIN VILLACORTA
the Pinoy Coop ATMs, the increasing emphasis on Financial Literacy and Social Performance Management in its operations, and the Network’s strengthening of linkages with other cooperative federations. Included in the agenda is the adoption of the EXPANSION/PAGE 9
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
TO: JERRY B SUAREZ San Agustin Tandag Surigao del Sur
TO: FERNANDO O. BERMUDEZ Golden Manuan, Mahayahay lligan City
You are hereby required to file with the court within ten (10) days from date of publication of the summons either personally, thru counsel or with die Court at 2ad floor Nancy All Building. Camague Highway, Iligan City, and your answer to the petition filed by your wife NANET N. DALICON which in substance she prays for a decree of divorce of your marriage. You are reminded of the provision in the IBP-OCA Memorandum on Policy Guidelines dated March 12, 2002 to observe restraint in filing a motion to dismiss and instead allege the wounds thereof as defenses in the answers. You are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the petitioner at Iligan City c/o Atty. Evangeline N. Conception, Gemino-Gonzales Building, Roxas Avenue, Iligan City. Should you fail to come personally or thru representative or file your answer to the petition within the aforesaid period the court shall proceed to receive the evidence ex-parte upon which judgment shall be rendered. Iligan City, Philippines, May 23, 2012.
You are hereby required to file with the court within ten (10) days from date of publication of the summons either personally, thru counsel or with the assistance of the Clerk Of Court of this Court, at 2nd floor Nancy Ali Building, Camague Highway, lligan City, and your answer to the petition filed by your wife JULIETA HELEDO BERMUDEZ which in substance she prays for a decree of divorce of your marriage. You are reminded of the provision in the IBP-OCA Memorandum on Policy Guidelines dated March 12, 2002 to observe restraint in filing a motion to dismiss and instead allege the grounds thereof as defenses in the answers. You are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the petitioner at Tangub City, Misamis Occidental c/o Atty. Pendatun C. Abubacar, 2/f Monsanto Bldg., Celdran Ave., Tubod Hi-way, lligan City. Should you fail to come personally or thru representative or file your answer to the petition within the aforesaid period, the court shall proceed to receive the evidence ex-parte upon which judgment shall be rendered. lligan City, Philippines. May 22, 2012
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Pacquiao ready to fight, says Roach By EDDIE G. ALINEA FILIPINO World Boxing Organization welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao tapers off his training regimen starting Monday at the Wild Card Gym in Los
Angeles. Pacquiao, who is defending his 147-pound diadem against undefeated world junior-welterweight kingpin Timothy Bradley Jr. on June 9 in Las Vegas, actually completed the most grueling
week of his preparations on Saturday under the watchful eyes of Wild Card-owner and chief trainer Freddie Roach. “We’ve actually completed our preparations,” Pacquiao told this writer in
an overseas interview following his Saturday workout at the Hollywood sweat shop. “Everything is there, power, strength, speed, stamina. Except for some minor improvements, I’m actually ready to fight,” Pacquiao declared. “But as I said, we still have to patch up things a little bit on some things. “We’ve also set in place our game plan and strategy. We just need to finalize them,” the fighting Sarangani congressman said. Like when they pitched camp in Baguio City six weeks ago, Roach described the past seven days of tough grind as “very good” as he proclaimed the 33-year-old ward as “almost ready to make war.” “We’re almost there,” the 52-year-old future Hall of Fame trainer told this
writer. “Everything’s going well that it’s time for us to taper off with our fine-tuning program.” What came as sort of a welcome development was the arrival in Los Angeles of Filipino assistant trainer Marvin Somodio who flew in Friday night and rejoined
the team Saturday. After Saturday’s 10-round sparring, Pacquiao has so far logged some 90 rounds of ring skirmishes with regular sparring mates welterweight prospect Ruslan Provodnikov, lightweight Rustam Nugaev and featherweight Kevin Hoshkins.
Joey, Edu reinvent Sunday noontime fare with ‘Game N’ Go’ By EDWIN P. SALLAN of Interaksyon.com THERE was a time when game shows ruled the Sunday noontime slot. Back in the 1970s, there was Jeanne Young’s “Spin-AWin” whose winning format was similar to “Wheel of Fortune”. For most of the ‘80s and the early ‘90s, there was Pepe Pimentel’s “Family Kuwarta O Kahon”, which also involved a spinning roulette and more than held its own against German Moreno’s top-rated “GMA Supershow.” This June, TV5 wants viewers to put their game faces on as it debuts “Game N’ Go”, a new Sunday afternoon game show hosted by Edu Manzano and Joey Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT 4th Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City NANET N. DALICON, Petitioner,
CIVIL CASE No. 2012-018
- Versus -
JERRY B. SUAREZ. Respondent. X------------------------------/
Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT 4th Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City IN RE: PETITION TO APPROVE AND REGISTER THE DIVORCE
On May 22, 2012 this court received petitioner’s Urgent Ex-parte Motion for leave of court to affect the service of summons by publications, that she is Filipino-Muslim Convert an a resident of Iligan City praying therein that an order be issued allowing the petitioner to effect the service of summons by publication to respondent JERRY B. SUAREZ pursuant to the Rules of Court being suppletory to the Special Procedure of Shari’a Courts, in view of the failure of the process server of this court to effect personal service of summons on the ground that said respondent is not anymore residing in the given address, nor anybody residing in the place know his whereabouts if ever be transferred his residence. To support of the Urgent Ex-parte Motion for leave of court to effect service of summons by publication to respondent is the report of the process server of this court. WHEREFORE- premises considered, petitioner’s Urgent Ex-parte Motion for leave of court effect service pf summons by publication to respondent JERRY B. SUAREZ is hereby granted Thus petitioner is allowed to cause the service of summons to said respondent by publication, in any newspaper of General Circulation in these (3) consecutive weeks of this order and the summons. The respondent shall be sent a copy of the newspaper, summons and the copy of the petitioner, together with order of the court allowing service by publication by registered mail to the respondent’s last known address likewise petitioner is directed to show proofs thereof. SO ORDERED Iligan City, Philippines, May 23, 2012
BETWEEN SPOUSES CAMILO E. PEPITO AND CATHERINE V. GONZALES,
Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT 4th Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City JULIETA HELEDO BERMUDEZ Petitioner,
CIVIL CASE No. 2012-019 For: Judicial Decree of Divorce.
FERNANDO O. BERMUDEZ, Respondent. X----------------------------------------------/ ORDER
Before this court is verified Joint Petition for the approval and Registration of the Divorce filed by Petitioners and alleging among others: That petitioners are husband and wife, respectively, in a marriage performed under Civil rites on August 22, 2006 at Pob., Valencia City, Bukidnon, they converted to Islam faith, of which conversion to Islam were Registered with this court, both of them can be served with summons and notices at their residence at Palao, Iligan City and Tres de Mayo, Digos, Davao del Sur respectively. That said marriage did not last long, due to lack of love and affection until the relationship manifested incompatibility and sustained misunderstanding between petitioners and reached the point of irreconcilability and they separated, they decide to live physically in bed and board thereby executed Memorandum of Agreement or Divorce by Talaq to make their separation permanent, that reconciliation between petitioners is no longer possible or a remedy, thus divorce is sought by them in order to free themselves from the marital burden. WHEREFORE, finding this joint petition to be sufficient Inform and substance set the initial hearing of this case on June 8, 2012 at 9:00 am. at which time, date and place, anv interested party may appear and show why the petition should not be granted L et copy of this Order be published in a news paper of General Circulation in the City of Iligan one week for three (3) consecutive weeks at the expense of the petitioners. SO ORDERED lligan City, Philippines, this 22nd day of May, 2012. HON. OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge MDN: May 28, June 4 & 11, 2012
live bands and local and international performers gracing our show as well.” In addition to Joey and Edu who will act as “Game Makers,” the show also features designated “Game Keepers” Arnell Ignacio, Gelli De Belen and Shalani Soledad-Romulo. During the show’s press preview, Joey De Leon said he was glad to work with people he already has “connections” with, citing Gelli who was a fellow cast member in the gag show “Nuts Entertainment”, Arnell who was a rival host in the defunct noontime show “Chibugan Na!”, and Shalani, who is now married to Rep. Roman Romulo, who happens to be a nephew of the outspoken comedian.
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HON. OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge MDN: May 28, June 4 & 11, 2012
CIVIL CASE NO. 2012-042
CAMILO E. PEPITO AND CATHERINE V. GONZALES, Petitioners. x--------------------------------------------/
de Leon. The show, which was still in development when it had its trade launch last February, is finally ready for broadcast on June 17. Perci Intalan, TV5’s head for creative and entertainment production, admitted that it took a while to “cook” the show’s “buffet of treats”. “Game N’ Go” offers something different from the usual musical fare of current Sunday noontime rivals, ABS-CBN’s “ASAP” and GMA Network’s “Party Pilipinas.” “‘Game N’ Go’ combines the elements of a variety show, a game show and comedy sketch,” Intalan revealed. “In addition to our regular contestants, we will have celebrity guest players,
On May 21, 2012 this court received petitioner’s Urgent Ex-parte Motion for leave of court to affect the service of summons by publications, that she is Filipino- Muslim Convert an a resident of Tangub City, Misamis Occidental, however she may be reach with Notices and legal processes of this Court do Atty. Pendatun C. Abubacar, 2/f Monsanto Bldg., Celdran Ave., Tubod, Hi-way, Iligan City praying therein that an order he issued allowing the petitioner to effect the service of summons by publication to respondent FERNANDO O BERMUDEZ pursuant to the Rules of Court being suppletory to the Special Procedure of Shari’a Courts, in view of the failure of the process server of this court to effect personal service of summons on the ground that said respondent is not anymore residing in the given address, nor anybody residing in the place know his whereabouts if ever he transferred his residence. To support of the Urgent Ex-parte Motion for leave of court to effect service of summons by publication to respondent is the report of the process server of this court. WHEREFORE, premises considered, petitioner’s Urgent Ex-parte Motion for leave of court effect service of summons by publication to respondent FERNANDO O. BERMUDEZ is hereby granted. Thus petitioner is allowed to cause the service of summons to said respondent by publication, in any newspaper of General Circulation in these (3) consecutive weeks of this order and the summons. The respondent shall be sent a copy of the newspaper, summons and the copy of the petitioner, together with order of the court allowing service by publication by registered mail to the respondent’s last known address likewise petitioner is directed to show proofs thereof. SO ORDERED Iligan City Philippines May 23, 2012.
MDN: May 28, June 4 & 11, 2012
HON. OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge
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