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OPINION Digong’s daughter – and dilemma H. MARCOS C. MORDENO

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ENTREPRENEURIAL beauties Pinky Soriano-Pineda and Golda Divinagracia of Blooms Facial & Slimming Spa and Pink & Gold Salon

AFTER two years of deprivation from going to beauty salons and spas, I could hardly recognize some of my more mature friends whom I would occasionally bump into. With their white hair, wrinkles here and there, weight gain and comfy sundresses with matching chinelas, truly the Covid pandemic has undeniably taken a toll on these gente vanidosa. But during the countdown for the Christmas season, including the start of the New Year 2022, these gente vanidosa flocked to the City’s many beauty salons and spas for the much needed magic of a makeover. Indeed, walking out of a beauty salon and spa after a glorious pampering makes

one feel better and more confident. And people who look good and feel good are more likely to succeed and be happy with their better overall health as research indicates. Golda Divinagracia and Pinky SorianoPineda were former bank employees of the Far East Bank and Trust Company before the bank joined forces with the Bank of the Philippine Islands to create the country’s largest bank. “Pinky and I as bank employees learned from business data that the beauty industry thrives even in the most challenging of times in the country’s economy. So I invested my savings in putting up Bloom Facial & Slimming Spa in December of 2004.

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Five years later, Pinky collaborated with me and we set up the Pink & Gold Salon, which is notably a trademark based on our colorful names, in October of 2009. We were doing well with our beauty enhancing business when the nightmare that is the Covid pandemic struck and we had to temporarily close our doors,” revealed the fashionably wellmaintained Golda Divinagracia who could easily pass for a titillating film (TF) star of the 1990s ala (

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A POLICE officer checks the blood pressure of his colleague as part of providing booster shots to personnel of the Davao City Police Office held Thursday. BING GONZALES

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No change in liquor ban, no curfew still in the city BY RHODA GRACE B. SARON

THE city government has not made changes in the liquor ban and curfew even after the the Inter-Agency Task Force the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-MEID)placed the city under Alert Level 3 until of the month due to increasing cases of COVID-19.. On the same day the after the number of daily 1 Series of 2022, selling of change in alert level was cases started going down. liquor is banned at 1 am announced, Mayor Sara In November, the IATF- until 8 am, while consumpDuterte also issued an ex- MEID placed the city under tion of the commodity is ecutive order extending Alert Level 2 which was still prohibited in public until the end of the month supposed to have ended by places, including business the modified liquor ban and the end of the month, had establishments. the lifting of curfew. it not for the increasing The same order also On October 26, last number of daily COVID-19 maintains the lifting of year, the mayor lifted the cases. curfew, which the city liquor ban and the curfew Under Executive Order ( / NO / 10)

338 get boosted at Crocodile Park on first day: exec The newly-opened drive- more clients as she lauded through vaccination site at the personnel supervising the Crocodile Park served the vaccination rollout. 338 clients on its first day "We will serve as much on Tuesday. as we can, just like in the Dr. Michelle Schlosser Peoples Park where we said the is open to serve ( / 338 BOOSTED / 10)

DOH shortens quarantine, isolation for fully-vaccinated

MANILA – The Department of Health (DOH) has released its updated guidelines, cutting short the isolation and quarantine period of fully vaccinated individuals with Covid-19 and their close contacts. The isolation period for Covid-19 cases who are fully vaccinated with no or

mild symptoms has been reduced to seven days from 10 days under the revised guidelines. Quarantine period for fully vaccinated close contacts with no or mild symptoms has been reduced to five days from seven days. Also, RT-PCR testing for close contacts of

confirmed cases who are asymptomatic or have mild symptoms is now optional. However, the 10-day isolation period for the partially vaccinated or unvaccinated individuals including healthcare workers will still be observed. On Wednesday, Health ( / DOH / 10)

City 2021 tax collections surpassed target by 32% THE COVID-19 failed to drastically impact the collection efficiency of the city government as it exceeded its annual target by 32%. The data from the City Treasurer's Office (CTO) showed that the city government collected about

P3.434 billion, or P2.587 higher than the target. Last year, business tax collections reached P1.98 billion, basic real property taxes at P1,983 billion, and real property transfer taxes were at P224.129 million. However, the data

showed that even when the collections exceeded the target, these were still lower than the P3.788 billion collected the previous year. The report said that the dips in collections were in amusement tax, busi-

ness tax, community tax, franchise tax, tax on printing and publication, real property transfer tax, and, tax revenue for fines and penalties. Increases were in professional tax, real property ( / CITY / 10)


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Aboitiz Foundation renovates Boys Town building, dormitories BOYS Town Davao was born out of a desire of a lady Psychologist, Dr. Lourdes “Unding” Solis to house and rehabilitate boys on the streets of Davao city. She gathered concerned citizens of the city to compose the first group to help these boys. The first groups of boys were provided temporary quarters at the Davao City Police Department by the then Chief of Police, Mariano Solis. In 1970, the group started soliciting help from prominent citizens of the City to provide these boys with their basic needs such as food, clothing and shelter. The Knights of Columbus built the first building. Boys Town Davao was later on officially organized into a Foundation called Welfare Action Foundation – Boys Town. The City Government was tapped to help subsidize the needs and expenses of (

ART Milan, Bading Angala and Fermin Edillon

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IRESH Mae Petros Sarmiento (left), BOD Leticia Averion and Jo Ann

FR. TOTO blesses the office as Fermin Edillon and Art Milan of Aboitiz Foundation attend the blessing


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Cebu Pacific speeds up booster shots for staff

CEBU Pacific, the Philippines’ leading airline, steps up its efforts to protect everyJuan amidst the COVID-19 surge through the roll out of booster vaccination for its employees. The CEB/JG Covid Protect Booster Vaccination Program is open to all employees regardless of the source of the primary series, whether from the office or other external sources. On January 11, 2022, CEB administered a total of 200 employees through the booster vaccination program of the Gokongwei Group's COVID Protect. The program will run for several days with 200 employees to be boosted per day. CEB and its subsidiaries were among the first to be inoculated in the group. Prior to this rollout, CEB has continuously encouraged its workforce to get protected at the earliest time possible. Therefore, it forged partnerships with the Pasay LGU and the Project Balik-Buhay of Cebu, alongside LGU vaccination programs where employees reside. “We have been operating with 100% fully vaccinated active flying crew since October 2021. As we continue to prioritize the safety of our passengers and crew alike, we are very happy to intensify our efforts amidst this evolving situation. Together, we will boost up for safer skies," said Felix Lopez, Cebu Pacific Vice President for People. CEB continues to intensify its safety drive despite the current challenges as it prepares for the eventual recovery of the air travel industry. Our pilots and cabin crew undergo regular antigen testing (Test Before Duty) before they are assigned to operate flights.

All CEB aircraft undergo extensive daily disinfection, which includes the misting of the cabin using a disinfectant approved for Airbus jets that is effective in eradicating viruses including the Novel Coronavirus. This process also ensures that all surfaces (such as passenger seats, overhead bins and cargo compartments) are covered and sanitized.

Our fleet of Airbus jets are equipped with hospitalgrade High Efficiency Particulate Arrestor (HEPA) filters that are capable of filtering microscopic bacteria and virus clusters, including the COVID-19 with 99.99% efficiency.

When comfort meets style WITH things easing up and less of us working from home, it’s time to step out in style – and of course, comfort –with Bata’s Red Label women’s collection with Lifesole by Ortholite. Trendy, stylish, and elegant, the Bata Red Label women’s heels collection will make every woman step above the rest with updated designs in functional and comfortable footwear for those on the go. All engineered with Ortholite Lifesole for perfect comfort, Bata’s Lifesole technology ensures that customers can get 50% more comfort in every step while having a long- lasting cushioning for your feet. And with this, Ortholite has created ‘Lifesole’ EXCLUSIVELY for Bata. Aside from footwear and shoes, Bata also offers accessories such as wide selection of bags, purses, wallets and belts that are also guaranteed and designed with comfort, style, and finest quality. They also created a complete line of Shoe care products to help you clean, restore, and protect your shoes. These include quality shoe care products such as shoe care polish, cleaners, insoles, heel grips, cushions and more.

The Bata Red Label x Ortholite collection is available at The SM Store and Bata boutique stores at most SM Supermalls nationwide. You can also visit their official website at https://bata.com.ph/ About Bata Shoes The Bata Group is one of the world’s leading manufacturers and retailers of quality footwear. A global concern with more than 30,000 employees, 24 production facilities, over 5,000 stores in more than 70 countries across the globe, Bata has been providing the best shoes at the best prices, backed by unparalleled service, for 120 years. In the Philippines, Bata is in partnership with SM Retail. Since its founding in 1894 by Thomas Bata, the company has consistently demonstrated its commitment to responsible and innovative business models in the belief that capital is not just money, buildings or technology, but more importantly, people, knowledge and core values. This visionary approach has enabled the company to meet each new challenge with creativity and foresight, while earning the trust and confidence of customers, employees and the communities in which it does business.


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Leveling up EVEN as some news features in December last year posted of a possible herd immunity scenario to start happening in Davao City in 2022, the rise of new cases (811 as of January 12, DOH) has dampened that expectation. As a matter of fact, the dramatic rise of positive cases, not only in Davao (which if one, remembers read zero in some days in December last year) but in Cagayan de Oro City, Butuan City, Agusan del Sur and Cotabato City has left the IATF with no other option but to revert back to Level Three for the said regions in Mindanao. Although not necessarily ‘back to square one’ or the proverbial drawing board on this one, our return to Level 3 is definitely one step back in anyone’s rule book and in everyone’s bid for a pandemic-free future. With that said, perhaps it may be high time for us the government to add more focus towards mental health and how each Correspondents:

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and mental health as a whole, would crop out as one problem. I remember a conversation very long ago with a doctor who said that while we may have noticed changes in general attitudes of people in the midst of any crisis, be it in a conflict, a famine or even a hard winter, their long lasting effects have only been studied for special cases such as war-shock or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), its modern term. And this was in the early 90s. To lighten things up, he had quipped that generally, people just tend to be gruff during the winter. one has become affected by this roller coaster, In this pandemic, even as stress levels vary with Jumanji-themed reality that we are presently stuck individuals, it has now been reported by profeswith. Seriously, this is no laughing matter. sionals that depression has become more common. While the issue may have been tackled numer- I still have yet to come across a help line or help ous times in several articles, I am sure, if one were desk that could address this invisible threat. In sevto ask ten people about how they’ve coped with eral typhoon-related emergencies, I have heard of the pandemic and all that came because of it, stress relief teams who have brought along psychologytrained professionals (and students even) to help in de-stressing especially among children. Perhaps, Layout Artists: MARK OLIVER G. GERONGAY similar to the many vaccination center in the city SHIELA F. SANDOY nowadays, this could also become a visible possibility in the future. So, even as we “level up” to Cartoonists: ALEX ALAGON Level 3, which is actually a downside move, we could say that we are really leveling up in terms Editorial Assistant: of addressing other felt needs. MAY L. FACO Operations Manager:

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Digong’s daughter – and dilemma MALAYBALAY CITY (MindaNews) – President Rodrigo Duterte’s primary plan was to field his daughter, Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte, as the administration’s presidential candidate with him as her running mate. But he knew that his intent to run as vice president wasn’t legally feasible, and so floated Senator Bong Go as [his] alternate. Yet, his daughter’s disdain for Go and the figures revolving around him must be so great that she opted instead to submit to the wishes of former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. despite leading the early surveys and the advantage in terms of machinery and resources at her father’s disposal. The President ignored the omen during the struggle for speakership at the House of Representatives after the May 2019 midterm elections, which saw Davao del Norte Rep. Pantaleon Alvarez eased out by the maneuverings of the all-women triumvirate of Mayor Sara, former president and Pampanga Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and Senator Imee Marcos. The Bongbong-Sara tandem, an arrangement brokered by Arroyo, left the administration with no standard bearer in addition to an incomplete senatorial lineup. At no time in the country’s election history had a sitting president suffered such an ignominy. Even Arroyo, who became so unpopular due largely to the “Hello, Garci”

SOMEONE ELSE’S WINDOWS H. MARCOS C. MORDENO scandal, managed to assemble a complete slate in the 2010 elections. Mayor Sara’s decision to run as Marcos Jr.’s vice president has put President Duterte in a fix. If the Commission on Elections (Comelec) junks the petitions to disqualify Marcos Jr. as candidate, and he wins in May, President Duterte knows it would mean the end of his influence in national politics even if his daughter wins, too. Marcos Jr. made Mayor Sara his running mate in the hope of getting a huge chunk of the vote from the President’s supporters. This rests on the presumption that majority of those who will vote for her as her father’s daughter will also embrace the dictator’s son. Regardless of the outcome at the polls her usefulness [for Marcos Jr.] begins and ends with this purpose. After he wins, he will eventually sideline her in favor of another Marcos or Romualdez – or maybe follow the authoritarian tack of his father. Mayor Sara blew her chances at the Palace by falling

for Marcos Jr.’s tactical opportunism. This is the irony of it all: She may win as vice president, but she will have greater chances of making it to Malacañang in 2028 under any president but Marcos Jr. Perhaps the only consolation would be a refusal by the government to hand over her father to the International Criminal Court in case the charge of crime against humanity in relation to the bloody war on drugs prospers and the tribunal orders a trial. On the other hand, if the Comelec disqualifies Marcos Jr., President Duterte would have to endorse somebody – obviously excluding Vice President Leni Robredo – to pair with his politically widowed daughter. However, the other prominent presidential candidates have their own running mates. (Except maybe if the running mate of one of these presidential candidates agrees to step aside in favor of Mayor Sara?) Besides, he had badmouthed them for airing criticisms against his administration. Worse for Mayor Sara, if Marcos Jr. gets disqualified, he may no longer see the need to bankroll her candidacy. Either way, it would be a disaster for the President caused by a gross miscalculation of the passé substitution game and underestimation of the ruptures within his circle. (MindaViews is the opinion section of MindaNews. H. Marcos C. Mordeno can be reached at hmcmordeno@ gmail.com.)

Canada announces details of PhP 120-million Humanitarian Assistance for those affected by Super Typhoon Odette FOLLOWING the December 21 statement of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Canada’s commitment to provide immediate support to relief operations in the Philippines for those affected by Super Typhoon “Odette” (international name ‘Rai’), the Embassy of Canada announces the details of the C$ 3 million (approx. PhP 120 million) in humanitarian assistance to international non-governmental organizations with the following allocations: · C$1.8 million (PhP 72 million) to the World Food Programme (WFP) to support their response in emergency food assistance and logistics operations, in line with the needs identified in the UN’s Humanitarian Needs and Priorities plan. The allocation seeks to help 530,000 people through the provision of non-perishable nutritious food, emergency cash-for-work in semi-urban and rural areas, multi-purpose cash transfers to cover immediate food needs and support livelihood, and the facilitation of transport and emergency logistics response equipment. · C$ 700,000 (PhP 28 million) to Oxfam Canada and Plan International Canada, in providing multi-purpose cash assistance to support basic food and shelter needs, daily potable water including storage and treatment solutions, distribution of menstrual health and hygiene kits, and facilitating access to protection services. The assistance aims to meet the needs of approximately 30,250 people in Surigao del Norte and Southern Leyte – two provinces hardest hit by the typhoon – over the course of six months. · C$ 500,000 (PhP 20 million) to the International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC) via the Canadian Red Cross Society to support the IFRC emergency appeal to boost Philippine Red Cross activities that help address emergency health, shelter and water, sanitation, and

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FROM THE MAIL hygiene (WASH) needs of the most vulnerable impacted by the typhoon. The assistance aims to meet the immediate needs of 81,000 of the most vulnerable affected households including women/child-headed households, pregnant or lactating women; families with persons with disability, elderly, those suffering from chronic illnesses, families with children under five years old, families who have not received any or sufficient assistance from the government or other organizations, those who belong to socially vulnerable families and those who lack the resources to meet basic humanitarian needs on their own “Canada is deeply concerned by the aftermath of this climate change induced catastrophe. We continue to monitor the situation closely and are pleased to be working with Government of the Philippines, Canadian and international humanitarian partners in reaching out to those most affected by “Odette,” Canada’s ambassador to the Philippines Peter MacArthur said. “Our partners are trusted humanitarian organizations with the networks and track records to ensure that help is given to those who need it the most. The Red Cross, Oxfam, Plan International, and the World Food Programme are well-positioned to deliver support, have existing presence on the ground and strong relationships with local authorities, other civil society organizations, and the affected communities,” Ambassador MacArthur explained.

“We are also pleased to hear about the UN’s rapid US$12 million response allocation from its Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) to support the response to Super Typhoon ‘Odette.’ Canada has been a leading contributor to the UN’s CERF following an C$88 million 3-year re-commitment made in December 2020.” Through the Embassy’s Canada Fund for Local Initiatives, Canada has made a quick response funding of an additional C$50,000 (approx. PhP 2 million) to support local relief efforts in the Caraga region, which was particularly hard hit by the storm. Meanwhile, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines has also asked its members to donate to relief and recovery efforts led by the private sector. “Canada stands in solidarity with the people and Government of the Philippines alongside the international community led by the United Nations and civil society humanitarian organizations in collective relief and early recovery work. Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by this devastating natural calamity. Because of the magnitude of this ongoing crisis, efforts will need to be sustained over the coming weeks and months to help people with their shelter, food, water, and livelihoods. So we stand ready to work with our partners to extend other assistance that may be needed,” Ambassador MacArthur said. For more information, please contact: Carlo Figueroa Public Affairs Officer Embassy of Canada Email: carlo.figueroa@international.gc.ca

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Abby Viduya (alias Priscilla Almeda). To date, Bloom Facial & Slimming Spa and Pink and Gold Salon have two branches with locations along Roxas Avenue and Bajada. Pink & Gold’s first franchisee is located at The Compound along Tulip Drive in Matina, Davao City. “Both beauty brands offer our best service as a one-stop-shop through our business tagline, ’Beauty is Here.’ Bloom concentrates in perfecting its beauty services for the face, skin and body; while Pink & Gold Salon specializes in repairing and restoring hair, hair color application and hair restructuring like rebond, keratin treatment and modern

hair perm, non-surgical hair replacement for men, scalp treatments, nail cleaning and nail art,” detailed Pinky Soriano-Pineda, the more soft-spoken and motherly business partner. “What sets us apart from the other competing beauty establishments is that we value trust. Our training as bankers molded us to always keep our clients’ trust by offering them the best services and high quality beauty products. Yes, we only offer high quality beauty products that we personally use ourselves and highly recommend to our family members to use as well. Our clients would always look for professional

hair and skin care products for treatment plus good customer service with a more personalized touch. We also practice proper Covid protocols and preventive measures for the safety of our customers, our staff and ourselves. We are determined in making our clients look good and feel good once they step out of our door. We aim to stay long in this business so we are very determined to keep our clients loyal to us. We always strive to impress our clients and, hopefully, they become our loyal patrons till the end,” said Golda while fluttering her long-lashes with her tantalizing eyes looking straight at you.


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All pawned items items that expired during the month All pawned that expired during theof NOVEMBER 2021, if not renewed or redeemed on month MAY, 2015 if notwill renewed or beforeofNOVEMBER 2021 be soldortorethe deemed on or before JULY 14, 2015 will public on JANUARY 17, 2022 at 9:00a.m. at be our sold to the public on JULY 16, 2015 at 9:00 pawnshop premises.

a.m. at our pawnshop premises.

Gipahibalo ang tanan na ang FIRST COLOR PAWNSHOP magasubasta sa tanan Gipahibalo ang tanan na nga angnag-expired FIRST sa bulan sa NOBYEMBRE 2021. Ang tanan prenda COLOR PAWNSHOP magasubasta sa tanan ibaligya sa publiko karong ENERO 17, 2022 s a nga9:00 nag-expired alas sa buntag. sa bulan sa MAYO 2015.

Ang tanan prenda ibaligya sa publiko karong HULYO 16 sa alas 9:00 sa buntag.

DAVAO FIRST COLOR PAWNSHOP

#47 Lao St., Toril, Davao City Tel. No. 295-2460

9GEMS Pawnshop Inc. Egger Bldg., Matina Crossing Davao City Tel. No. (082) 285-7069

NOTICE OF AUCTION SALE ALLPAWNED ITEMS EXPIRED ON NOVEMBER 2021 AND GADGETS THAT EXPIRES ON DECEMBER 2021 WILL BE DISPLAYED IN A PUBLIC AUCTION ON JANUARY 18, 2021 AT 9:00AM.

All pawned items that expired during the month of OCTOBER 2021, must renewed or redeemed two (2) days prior the Auction Schedule stated below. If not renewed or redeemed it will sold to the public on its respective auction schedule and premises @ 9:00am. Gipahibalo ang tanan nga ang GOLDVALUE PAWNSHOP, INC., maga-subasta sa tanan nga nag-expired sa bulan sa OKTUBRE 2021. Ang tanang prenda ibaligya sa publiko sa mga petsa nga nakabutang sa ubos, sa oras nga 9:00 sa buntag.

BRANCHES AUCTION DATE TEL. NOS. BAJADA DEC. 03, 2021 321-8705 (Beside NBI Office) BABAK SAMAL DEC. 16, 2021 301-4019 SAN PEDRO DEC. 08, 2021 227-6772 CABAGUIO DEC. 21 , 2021 321-6223 TIBUNGCO DEC. 23, 2021 222-2494

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Toy Bldg., Lapu-lapu St., Agdao, Davao City

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All pawned items that expired during the month of NOV.-DEC 2021 must be renewed or redeemed two (2) days before the Auction Schedule stated below. If not renewed or redeemed, it will be sold to public on its respective auction schedule and premises @ 9:00 A.M.

All pawned items that expired during the month of OCTOBER 2020, if not renewed or redeemed on or before DECEMBER 15, 2021 will be sold to the public on DECEMBER 16, 2021 at 9:00a.m. at our pawnshop premises. Gipahibalo ang tanan na ang AL-JOS PAWNSHOP magasubasta sa tanan nga nag-expired sa bulan sa OKTUBRE 2020. Ang tanan prenda ibaligya sa publiko karong DISYEMBRE 16, 2021 sa alas 9:00 sa buntag.

Gipahibalo ang tanan na ang DIAGOLD PAWNSHOP INC., magasubasta sa tanan nga nag-expired sa bulan NOBYEMBRE-DISYEMBRE 2021. Ang tanang prenda ibaligya sa publiko sa mga petsa na nakabutang sa ubos, sa oras nga 9:00 sa buntag. EXPIRY DATES NOV.-DEC 2021

AUCTION DATES FEBRAURY 11, 2022

ROSEGOLD PAWNSHOP & JEWELLER Main – San Pedro Cor. Anda Street Davao City Tel. Nos. (082) 221-1477; (082) 221-0355; (082)222-5039 Email us @ rosegoldpawnshop@gmail.com Valuable Items Highest Appraisal and Low Interest Rates at 3% Wholesaler and Retailers on all kinds of jewelry Rosegold Pawnshop Lapu-lapu Street, Agdao Davao City Tel. No. (082) 225-3637

Rosegold Pawnshop Ilustre St., Davao City (Fronting Limso Hospital) Tel. No. (082) 222-2104

Rosegold Pawnshop Ilustre Street, Davao City (Beside NCCC Hardwaremaxx) Tel. No. (082) 295-6199

Rosegold Pawnshop KM6 Crossing Buhangin, Div. Road, Davao City Tel. No. (082) 241-2355

NOTICE OF AUCTION SALE All Jewelry and other articles pawned at Rosegold Pawnshop San Pedro-Main, Rosegold Pawnshop Ilustre, Rosegold Pawnshop Bolton, Rosegold Pawnshop, Agdao and Rosegold Pawnshop Buhangin from JULY 16, 2021 TO AUGUST 15, 2021. If not redeemed or renewed on or before JANUARY 14, 2022 will be sold to the Public Auction on JANUARY 17, 2022 at Rosegold Pawnshop San Pedro-Main from 9:00am to 6:00pm.

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All pawned items that expired during the month of NOVEMBER 2021, must renewed or redeemed two (2) days prior to the Auction Schedule stated below. If not renewed or redeemed, it will be sold to the public on its respective auction schedule and premises @ 9:00 a.m. Gipahibalo ang tanan nga ang NARDING PAWNSHOP, INC., maga-subasta sa tanan nga nag-expired sa bulan sa NOBYEMBRE 2021. Ang tanan prenda ibaligya sa publiko sa mga petsa nga nakabutang sa ubos, sa oras nga 9:00 sa buntag. BRANCHES Lapu-lapu, Agdao Matina Crossing Tibungco

AUCTION DATE JAN. 21, 2022 JAN. 21, 2022 JAN. 18, 2022

TEL. NOS. (082) 327-2104 (082) 297-5786 (082) 296-4130

PANABO’S PAWNSHOP, INC. Panabo (Main) Panabo (Branch)

JAN. 28, 2022 JAN. 14, 2022

(084) 628-8418 (084) 628-842

NOTICE OF AUCTION SALE All pawned items that expired during the Months of OCTOBER 2021 (Regular Items) and NOVEMBER 2021 (Gadgets) must be redeemed or renewed two (2) days prior to the Auction date schedule as stated below. If not redeemed or renewed will be sold to the public on its respectively auction date schedule at its premises at 9:00 AM

GOLDSTANDARD PAWNSHOP

San Pedro street, Davao City (Fronting Queen Bank) Tel. No. (082) 222-1561 ; (082) 321-0128 Email: goldstandardpawnshopdavao@gmail.com

Accepts: Jewelry, Appliances, Watches, Cellphones and any valuable items Highest Appraisal and Low Interest Rates at 3% Wholesaler and Retailers on all Kinds of Jewelry

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All jewelry and other articles pawned at Goldstandard Pawnshop San Pedro, Goldstandard Pawnshop Ilustre from JULY 16, 2021 TO AUGUST 15, 2021 if not redeemed

or renewed on JANUARY 14, 2022 will be sold to the Public Auction on JANUARY 17, 2022 at our Pawnshop premises from 9:00am to 6:00pm.

BRANCHES: San Pedro (Main) Agdao Toril Bolton Digos City Claveria Km. 7 Lanang

AUCTION DATE DEC. 16, 2021 DEC. 16, 2021 DEC. 16, 2021 DEC. 16, 2021 DEC. 16, 2021 DEC. 16, 2021 DEC. 16, 2021

TEL. NO. 327-8832 327-6275 327-8503 392-3022 333-9945 296-8081 235-3473


JANUARY 14, 15 & 16, 2022

NOTICE OF AUCTION SALE

All pawned items at METRO GOLDBRILL PAWNSHOP that expired during the month of NOVEMBER 2021, if not renewed or redeemed on or before JANUARY 18, 2022, will be sold to the public on JANUARY 20, 2022. Gipahibalo ang tanan na ang METRO GOLDBRILL PAWNSHOP magasubasta sa tanan nga nag-expired sa bulan sa NOBYEMBRE 2021, kung dili malukat, ibaligya sa publiko karong ENERO 20, 2022. EXPIRY DATES NOVEMBER 2021

AUCTION DATES JANUARY 20, 2022

EURO CIRCLE PAWNSHOP SAN PEDRO ST., DAVAO CITY - TEL. NO.: 227-0521

EURO MAIN PAWNSHOP ILUSTRE ST., DAVAO CITY - TEL. NO.: 227-7511 MATI CITY, DAVAO ORIENTAL - TEL. NO.: 306-0665

EURO STAR PAWNSHOP ILUSTRE ST., DAVAO CITY - TEL. NO.: 227-0667

EURO SUN PAWNSHOP

SAN PEDRO ST., DAVAO CITY - TEL. NO.: 227-3321

Roque Bldg., Matina Crossing, Davao City Tel. # 234-6367

PAWNS NOT REDEEMED/RENEWED WITHIN FIVE (5) DAYS AFTER EXPIRY D AT E S W I L L B E A U C T I O N E D O N JANUARY 17, 2022 AT 10:00 A.M. AT THE RESPECTIVE PAWNSHOPS WHERE THE ITEMS WERE PAWNED.

All pawned items of GOLDVISION PAWNSHOP, INC. that expired during the month of OCTOBER 2021, if not renewed or redeemed it will be sold to the public on its respective auction schedule and premises at 9:00 a.m. Gipahibalo ang tanan na ang GOLDVISION PAWNSHOP, INC. magasubasta sa tanan nga nag-expire sa bulan sa OKTUBRE 2021. Ang tanan prenda ibaligya sa publiko sa mga petsa nga nakabutang sa ubos, sa oras nga 9:00 sa buntag. BRANCHES AUCTION DATE TEL. NO. General Lao, Toril

Agton. Toril Buhangin Magallanes Tagum Saavedra, Toril Agdao

DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER

15, 2021 15, 2021 10, 2021 07, 2021 17, 2021 15, 2021 14, 2021

291-2406 291-2952 241-0223 224-3138 216-3425 291-1349 327-2348

NOV. 2021 DEC. 2021

JAN. 14, 2022 JAN. 17, 2022 DAVAO VAULT SP

2nd Level, Gaisano Mall of Davao, J.P. Laurel Ave., Davao City Tel. No.: (082) 221-3355 • (082) 305-9496 2nd Level, SM Lanang Premier, J.P. Laurel Ave., Davao City Tel. No.: (082) 295-1505 • (082) 321-0525 email: Jrosefinejewelry@gmail.com • www.jrosejewels.ph

JAN. 17, 2022

Door #7Realty Bldg. beside Lakitan Mall San Pedro street, Davao City (Tel No.: 228-9322

GABBY’S BRILLIANT PAWNSHOP INC. / GABBY’S INFINITE PAWNSHOP INC. TEL NO.: 321-2185 / 234-4844

All pawned items that expire during the month of DECEMBER 2021 must be renewed or redeemed two (2) days prior the Auction Schedule stated below. If not renewed or redeemed it will be sold to public on its respective auction schedule and premises @9:00a.m. Gipahibalo ang tanan nga ang GABBY’S INFINITE PAWNSHOP INC. magasubasta sa tanan nga nag expire sa bulan sa DISYEMBRE 2021. Ang tanang prenda ibaligya sa publiko sa mga petsa nga nakabutang sa ubos, sa oras nga 9:00 sa buntag. BRANCHES

AUCTION DATE

TEL. NOS.

SAN PEDRO

JANUARY 18, 2022

321-2185

ILUSTRE

JANUARY 04, 2022

234-4844


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MINDANAO TIMES

JANUARY 14, 15 & 16, 2022

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government had to resort to following the rise in the number of COVID-19 cases between 2020 and last year. In her program this week, the mayor said she will not use both the vaccination card and the negative reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction test result as a requirement when entering the city. Under the IATF-MEID guidelines, local government units are still allowed to impose restrictions, provided these are not stricter than those it prescribed and must be under the oversight of the regional task force. It also emphasized that

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those under 18 and those members of the vulnerable population like the elderly and those with serious illnesses are allowed to access essential goods, services and are allowed to go their workplaces. Among those prohibited are face-to-face classes, except if approved by the task force or the Office of the President. Contact sports are also prohibited unless done in a bubble format and approved by regulating agencies. Business establishments are allowed to operate on a 30% indoor capacity and 50% if outdoor.

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Fast Forward to the present. As years passed, the buildings deteriorated, leaving the wooden structure weak, eaten by termites. As Art Milan of Aboitiz Foundation relates, the wiring had to be completely changed due to the exposed wires. On December 17, 2020, Board President Salvador “Bading” Angala gathered the members of the Board of Directors to the Boys Town Center for the blessing of the newly-renovated buildings. The offices looked entirely different, and an infirmary was added, to accommodate the boys who needed medical attention. The blessing and thanksgiving was attended by Art M. Millan and Fermin P. Edillon of Davao Light & Power Corporation, also an Aboitiz owned Corporation. Fr. Toto Espanol blessed the conference room, offices, kitchen and dormitory. Present at the occasion were: Marivic Valencia Rustia, Rosele Relator Solis, Herminia Polintan, Corina Y. Guerrero, Liwayway H. Vinas, Leticia S. Averion, Fe B. Ileto, John Paul Solis. Form No. 10.1 (LCRO) Devised 11 Aug 2001

Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province: Surigao del Norte

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public that Gleerie Dawn Candilas Porras has filed with this Office a petition for change of first name from GLEERIE to GLEERIE DAWN in the birth certificate of GLEERIE ALDONZA CANDILAS who was born on August 30, 1980 at Tagana-an, Surigao del Norte and whose parents are Guillermo Monteros Candilas and Lilia V. Aldonza. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this office not later than January 13, 2022. (SGD) HILDA S. BEBERINO Municipal Civil Registrar

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE OF THE LATE CHERYL TORRES OJEDA and DEED OF INDEMNITY Pursuant to Sec. 1 Rule 74 of the Revised Rules of Court of the Philippines, notice is hereby given that the estate of the late CHERYL TORRES OJEDA who died intestate on November 21, 2020 at Tacurong City, South Cotabato; That the deceased at the time of her death, left Agent Provident Plan with Sun Life of Canada (Philippines) Inc. amounting to Php _____ (Agent Shares) and Php _______(Company Shares) as of May 3, 2021. Has been the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE OF THE LATE CHERYL TORRES OJEDA and DEED OF INDEMNITY made and executed by and among her heirs per Doc. No. 298; Page No. 60; Book No. 65; Series of 2021 of the Notary Public Atty. JONAH E. DENAQUE-MINESES of Davao City. (MT-Jan. 7, 14 & 21, 2022)

Anti-vaccine rallyists sued for ordinance, law violations MANILA – The Manila Police District (MPD) on Wednesday subjected to inquest proceedings six persons who conducted an antivaccine rally without wearing or improperly wearing a face mask, and charged them with violation of city ordinances and for disobedience to a person in authority. Suspects identified as Antonio Lorenzo Santillan, 29, resident of Laguna BelAir, Sta. Rosa City; Reynaldo Valeros Jr., 55, tribal leader, and Sonia Valeros, 52, deputy tribal leader, both residents of Meadowood, Executive Village, Bacoor Cavite; Albert Muyot, 64, resident of Olympia Village,

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Makati City, Christopher Samarita, 37, resident of Sto. Nino, Meycauayan, Bulacan, and Dixie Anthony Parungao, 36, resident of Moonwalk, Parañaque City; were presented before the Office of Assistant City Prosecutor Victoriano Agda Jr. The suspects were arrested for violation of City Ordinance 8627 requiring the mandatory use of facemask in all public places within the City of Manila, Ordinance 8800 that regulates the movement of unvaccinated individuals, Republic Act 11332 or the mandatory reporting of notifiable diseases and health events, and Article 151 of

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Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire said the updates were made to address the confusion on the ground brought about by the difference in guidelines for isolation or quarantine of travelers, the general public, and healthcare workers. She noted that prolonged quarantine and isolation duration has been causing strain to the healthcare

system and the economy. The country's health experts believe that the benefits of shortening quarantine outweigh the risks specifically for Omicron variant, she added. For the RT-PCR testing, the DOH is recommending it only to the healthcare workers, senior citizens, and individuals with comorbidities. (PNA)

AFFIDAVIT OF SELFADJUDICATION BY SOLE HEIR Pursuant to Sec. 1 Rule 74 of the Revised Rules on Court of the Philippines, notice is hereby given that estate of the late CHITA LANZADERAS, who died intestate on JANUARY 30, 1999, in Davao City; That the deceased at the time of her death left an estate as owner of parcels of land to wit:

TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. T-170580

A parcel of land (Lot B-3, Psd-11-074868), being a portion of Lot B, Psd-112317037320, situated in the Barangay of Catagman, Island Garden City of Samal, Province of Davao del Norte, containing an area of FOUR THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED NINE (4,409) SQUARE METERS more or less;

TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. T-170851

A parcel of land Alley Lot B-4, Psd-11-074868, being a portion of Lot B, Psd-112317037320, situated in the Barangay of Catagman, Island Garden City of Samal, Province of Davao del Norte, containing an area of TWO HUNDRED THIRTY (230) SQUARE METERS more or less; That the said properties have been the subject of AFFIDAVIT OF SELFADJUDICATION BY SOLE HEIR made and executed by her only heir RIZZA Q. LANZADERAS per Doc. No. 273; Page No. 56; Book No. LXV; Series of 2021 of the Notary Public PLACIDO A. GARDE, JR. of Davao City. (MT- Jan. 14, 21 & 28, 2022)

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT Pursuant to Sec. 1 Rule 74 of the Revised rules on Court of the Philippines, notice is hereby given that the estate of the late GENARA NAVALES RESTAURO, who died intestate May 31, 2021 in Davao City; That the deceased at the time of her death, left the following parcels of land, more particularly described as follows: TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE (TCT) No. CL-3095, situated in the Barrio of Balingaeng, Tugbok, City of Davao, containing an area of Eight Thousand Five Hundred Eighty-Six (8,586) Sq. meters more or less; TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE (TCT) No. CL-3088, Lot 24, Pcs-11002789 situated in the Barrio of Balingaeng, Tugbok, City of Davao, containing an area of Three hundred (300) Sq. meters more or less; TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE (TCT) No. T-298075, Lot 248-B-7, Psd11-058398, being a portion of Lot 248-B, Psd-25036 situated in the Barrio of Balingaeng, Tugbok, City of Davao, containing an area of Five Thousand Six (5,006) Sq. meters more or less; KATIBAYAN NG ORIHINAL NA TITULO BLG. P-16185, Lot 3, Sgs-11-001502-D, portion of Lot 254, Cad-174, situated in the Barrio of Balingaeng, Tugbok, City of Davao, containing an area of SIX THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED EIGHTYEIGHT (6,488) Sq. meters more or less; and ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE OF TITLE No. P-4224, Lot 39, Pls-1066, situated in the Barrio of Lamanan, City of Davao, containing an area of TWO HECTARES AND SIXTEEN ARES (2,1600) more or less has been the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT made and executed by and among her heirs per Doc. No. 93; Page No. 20; Book No. 16; Series of 2021 of the Notary Public LARA MAE GOC-ONG of Davao City. (MT-Dec. 31, 2021, Jan. 7 & 14, 2022)

the Revised Penal Code or the disobedience to person in authority. In an interview with the Philippine News Agency, MPD spokesman Capt. Philipp Ines said the group believed to be leaders and organizers of Gising Maharlika led a crowd of about 150 rallyists and promoted a “No to Vaccine” advocacy campaign at the Liwasang Bonifacio in Manila on Jan. 11. They also claimed to be unvaccinated and encouraged their members and other people to refuse to get vaccinated as they do not believe in the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic. Ines said police officers tried to hold a dialogue with the rallyists and asked them to stop the activity but they refused to listen, insisting it is their right. The group even broadcasted the rally live over Facebook and YouTube. “Sila ang nagsabi na hindi sila vaccinated at hindi rin nakasuot ng facemask

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catered as much as 3,000 plus a day," Schlosser said, although she reiterated that tricycles and trisikdas are not allowed for safety purposes. Among those allowed line up are motorcycles as vehicles are allowed to use the length of Carlos P. Garcia Highway (Diversion Road). Cars, jeepneys and

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kaya walang magawa ang mga pulis kundi arestuhin sila (They were also the ones who said that they are unvaccinated and they were not even wearing their face masks so they were arrested),” Ines said. He said safe physical distancing was also not observed by the rallyists. He added this is part of the minimum health protocol prescribed by the InterAgency Task Force (IATF). The group also publicly questioned the government’s action against the Covid-19 pandemic. “Nakikiusap tayo sa ating mga kababayan na naiintindihan natin yung inyong karapatan pero balansehin natin, meron tayong pandemya ngayon, yung karapatan at kalayaan ay laging me kaakibat na responsibilidad (We appeal to these groups, we understand that it is their right but we have to balance things right now as we are in midst of a pandemic. Our freedom and rights always comes with a responsibility),” Ines said. (PNA)

taxicabs are also allowed to join the vehicle line. The site provides booster shots to A1, A2, A3, A4, A5 priority groups including those 18 years old. Clients are just required to bring their vaccination card, SafeDavao Quick Response Code, a valid identification card and pen. By Rhoda Grace B. Saron

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tax- (basic), special levy on idle land, tax on delivery trucks and vans, tax on sand, gravel, and other products, and other taxes (environmental tax). The figure last year was achieved even when some businesses had to shut

down due to the impact of COVID-19. The Business Bureau expressed optimism that more businesses would renew this year with the setting up of one-stop-shop for the purpose. By Rhoda Grace B. Saron

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF THE ESTATE OF ALI BABALAY BERNAN PURSUANT to Sec. 1 Rule 74 of the Revised Rules of Court of the Philippines, notice is hereby given that BAI SAKINA M. PENDATUN-BERNAN is the surviving legal spouse of the late ALI BABALAY BERNAN who died intestate on August 17, 2010 in Davao City; That the deceased during their marriage, the spouses ALI BABALAY BERNAN and BAI SAKINA M. PENDATUNBERNAN obtained the following properties to wit: TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF THE TITLE (TCT) No. T-70299 A parcel of land (Lot 5, Blk-1, of the subdivision plan, Psd-11-002987, being a portion of Block 8, (LRC) Pcs-19985, LRC Cad. Rec. No. 9969) situated in the Barrio of Matina, City of Davao Containing an area of Four Hundred Eighty (480) Sq. meters more or less; TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF THE TITLE (TCT) No. T-77208 A parcel of land (Lot 6, of the subdivision plan, Psd-11-007658, being a portion of Block 8, Lot 6, Blk-1 Psd-11-002987 LRC Cad. Rec. No. 9969) Situated in the Barrio of Matina, City of Davao, containing an area of One Hundred Twenty (120) Sq. Meters more or less; Standing on this property if a Building also declared under the name of the deceased married to Bai Sakina Bernan as found in the Declaration of Real Property Value from the Office of the City Assessor, City of Davao with PIN; 172-09-004-014-026-1001 and ARPN: AG-09004-07891. CONDOMINIUM CERTIFICATE OF TITLE No. 3718 Unit No. B House No. 670 Edsa Pasay Floor Area: 124.69 sq. m. Description: 2-Storey with living, dining, kitchen, laundry area, garage, maid’s room, 3 Bedrooms and 3 toilets and baths, closets, covered by TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE (TCT) No. 128847-130544 which embraces and described the land located at San Roque District, Pasay City, Metro Manila, containing an area of One Thousand Four Hundred Eighty Seven (1,487) Sq. Meters. TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE (TCT) No. 146-2011017485 a parcel of land Lot 8, PCS-11004956, being a portion of Lots 3584-A-1-A, 3584-A-1-D, 3584-A-1-I PSD-11-086396; LOTS 3584-A-1-B-1, 3584-A-1-B-2 PSD-11-087388, LOT 1,2 PCS-11-004054, LOTS 3584-A-1-E-1, 3584-A-1-E-2, 3584-A-1-E-3, PSD-11-087385; LOTS 3584-A-1-F-2, 3584-A-1-F-3, 3584-A-1-F-4 PSD-11-087019; LOTS 3584-A-1-F-1-A, 3584-A-1-F-1-B PSD-11-100875; LOTS 3584-A-1-G-2, 3584-A-1-G-3, 3584-A-1-G-4, 3584-A-1-G-5, 3584-A-1-G-6, 3584-A-1-G-7 PSD-11-087978; LOTS 3584-A-1-G-1-B, PSD-11-095397; LOTS 3584-A-1-H-1, 3584-A-1-H-2, 3584-A-1-H-3, 3584-A-1-H-4, 3584-A-1-H-5, 3584-A-1-H-6, PSD-11-087020, Situated in the Barrio of Eden, City of Davao, containing an area of Two Thousand One Hundred Forty (2,140) Sq. meters more or less, has been the subject EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF THE ESTATE OF ALI BABALAY BERNAN made and executed by and among his heirs per Doc. No. 360; Page No. 73; Book No. I; Series of 2021 of the Notary Public Atty. Susan P. Cariaga of Davao City. (MT- Jan. 7, 14 & 21, 2022)


MINDANAO TIMES

JANUARY 14, 15 & 16, 2022

MisOr road mishap death toll rises to 11

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The death count in the road accident involving a six-wheel cargo truck fully loaded with beachgoers that lost its brakes in Balingasag, Misamis Oriental has reached 11 as of Thursday, the police said. Two of the three latest fatalities - added to the initial count of eight who died on the spot - were girls who were rushed to the Northern Mindanao Medical Center in this city after battling severe injuries when the truck they were riding overturned due to a brake malfunction on Wednesday morning. In a telephone interview, Staff Master Sgt. Rogel Pabatao, the investigator at the Balingasag municipal police station, said a Mitsubishi Canter truck, driven by Junryl Cagmat, was on its way to a beach resort in Lagonglong municipality of the same province when it lost its brake in Purok Bagaay, Barangay Baliwagan, Balingasag. He said the beachgoers consisted of two trucks going to their destination on Wednesday.

“According to the driver, the ill-fated truck lost its brake causing it to ram into a pile of concrete blocks,” Pabatao said. He said the impact of the crash had thrown out several of the passengers, eight of whom died on the spot. At the time of the accident, Pabatao said the children on board the truck were still alive although they suffered from injuries. Aside from the two children, those who were declared dead were identified by the police as Elizabeth Bagabaldo, Allan Cadenas, Joseph Dallanta, Edelberto Albios, Niño Linas, Cristina Cadenas, Susan Dallanta, Loling Sinag-od, and Stella Mae Maraon. Pabatao said Bagabaldo’s body was pinned to a tree during the crash, while Maraon - one of the three latest fatalities - was still alive when she was brought to a hospital but was later declared dead by attending physicians at the Misamis Oriental Provincial Hospital-Balingasag due to loss of blood. Pabatao said most of the

passengers have fractured bones. Those who sustained various levels of injuries were Elbert Llanasa, 33; Simo Cape, 58; Jesse Ferrer, 31; Jaime Opaon, 54; Mitchel Daguiom, 25; Christian Odchigue, 24; Nora Odchigue, 52; Christian Sinag-od, 17; Rheamae Sevilla, 18; Joemico Sevilla, 18; and seven minors. All of the victims are from Sitio Impakibel, Barangay Aposkahoy in Claveria town, Pabatao said. In a separate interview, Maj. Teodoro de Oro, Balingasag municipal police station chief, said the truck’s driver had to stop at Barangay Linabo, a few kilometers from Baliwagan, to check on the vehicle before proceeding but the accident still happened. De Oro said the driver could be facing several charges, including reckless imprudence resulting in multiple homicides, multiple serious physical injuries, and property damage. “If the families of the victims want to file cases against the driver, they can do so,” he said. (PNA)

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Davao Ros-Ver Pawnshop, Incorporated Ilustre St., Davao City Tel # 224-1204; 222-6086

AUCTION SALE! The DAVAO ROS-VER PAWNSHOP, INC. and NEW PAG-ASA PAWNSHOP will be having its JOINT AUCTION on all unredeemed pawned items left during the month of August 2021. The said items will be sold to the public at the following VENUE AND DATE. Gipahibalo ang publiko na ang DAVAO ROS-VER PAWNSHOP, INC. og ang NEW PAG-ASA PAWNSHOP; magsubasta sa tanang prenda nga naremata atong Agosto 2021. Ang tanang prenda dungan nga ibaligya sa publiko sa mga sumusunod nga dapit og petsa:



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