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VOL. 32 No.

Dumaguete City, Philippines,

Sunday June 4, 2006 P8.00

12th Silliman RED TIDE president hits Siaton T assumes he 12th president of Silliman University, Asia’s premier Christian center of excel lence in education, Dr. Benjamin Malayang III, was formally installed in approriate rites at the Silliman Church last Thursday, June l.

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nvironmentalist Dr. Ben Malayang III, SU president said that he intends to make Silliman campus not only greener, but dark green which is the color of hard core environmentalists. This means, he said, less As a “citizen of use of paper, but more use Dumaguete” Silliman inof cyber technology to facili- tends to play an active role tate things in the academic in community affairs. Spe Turn to page 11 bureaucracy.

ORDINANCE 88:

“Social Crime agst Poverty” BY SALETO ERAMES he prime movers of Ordinance No. 88 are al ways mentioning the name of Mayor Perdices during debates on the merits and demerits of the ordinance at the City Council. In last Thursday’s session, the second reading of the two conflicting ordinances, one for amendment (authored by Sammy) and the other for outright repeal (authored by me) was called at almost 5:00 o’clock p.m. already. There was obvious lack of material time, so I requested for resetting. Ordinance No. 88 author Sammy objected because, according to him, Mayor Perdices has certified the ordinance as urgent, implying that it is the Mayor (who is also my Mayor since Sammy and I ran under the Mayor’s “Kasaligan Party”) who is interested in its immediate approval. I threatened to walk out, so my request to reset was granted. (Turn to page 14)

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The first agenda of the new SU president was to meet the Press at 9am in a conference with outgoing Pres. Agustin “Gus” Pulido who, after a ten-year term, leaves the university with flying colors having instituted “centers of excellence” in the University . Joining them was Silliman’s Board of Trustees chair Dr. Leonora Briones. The BOT confirmed Malayang’s appointment last January 14 during an en banc meeting. They then proceeded to the Silliman Church where the formal religious installation and turn-over rites were held in what Dr Briones described as ceremonies “held in God’s

household.” To follow most likely will be Malayang’s formal presentation of himself to the Silliman community, students, faculty and staff. Silliman is significant in Dumaguete because it is a pioneer institution of learning. It has kept Dumaguete alive as a city and as a community. Silliman thru Malayang admitted that Silliman is a “citizen of Dumaguete” and as such, it will take an active role in community affairs and welfare-promotions. WHO IS BEN MALAYANG? Dr. Malayang is a Sillimanian, having graduated from Silliman University High Turn to page 15

he coastal waters of Siaton continue to be monitored for the positive presence of Red Tide toxin. The public is warned to refrain from eating shellfish mostly called tahong until the Bureau of Fisheries will announce the lifting of the shellfish- ban. Red tide is formed when fish, manatees or even hua microscopic algae repro- mans that inhale or ingest it. Red tide, the scourge of duces at an explosive rate. The algae produces a neu- the seafood industry in sumrotoxin that can paralyze or mer, is an offshore algae out Turn to page 2 make breathing difficult for

ACQUITTED ! Couple on DRUGS

Fake SSS checks encashed in local department stores

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here is again a resurgence of the circulation of fake SSS checks and other government negotiable instruments and that well-meaning local businessmen and even department stores have become the lastest victims. Roy Cang, general man- of fake SSS checks worth a ager of Cangs Inc, the pio- total of P60,000. neer department store in the A group of SSS and city and one of the biggest, Philhealth check owners went claims that for once in their to Cang, Inc. last Sunday, May long years of service which 28, 2006 to encash checks that includes encashment of gov- had serial numbers, names ernment checks for the con- and signatures which were venience of their customers, forged. The negotiable instruthey have been victimized ments used were genuine in lately with the encashment Turn to page 11

QUILAQUIGA COUPLE in tears upon hearing their acquittal verdict ,after three years in detention.

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he drug court under Judge Cresencio Tan, Jr. of RTC Branch 30 last Wednesday, acquitted a couple who, despite being “caught” with shabu three years ago and Turn to page 14

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break in that once in coves, it raises toxic scores and in turn alarm the consumers. Red tide infects shellfish and can make people sick if they eat infected products. Already, several persons claim that they were sick and down (see fotos of victims on page 2) when they ate infected shell fish called tahong. But the strange thing is that the victims who were brought to local hospitals said that these were bought from Dumaguete markets. Chances are, those were taken from fishermen who sold the items from Siaton to Dumaguete. Based on the latest results of the red tide monitoring activities of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) Region VII, Provincial Health Office (PHO) and the Local Government Unit (LGU) of Siaton, Negros Oriental, the shellfish sample collected from the coastal waters of Siaton in Negros Oriental is positive for red tide toxin. Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) toxin levels in shellfish sample collected from the said area is 3,477ugSTX eq/100g of shellfish meat. CAUTION, PRECAUTION. Atty Ben Felipe Tabios Jr, OIC of the BFAR cautioned that in order to avoid Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP), the public is hereby advised to refrain from eating, gathering or harvesting, transporting and marketing shellfish from coastal waters of Siaton, Negros Oriental until such time when the shellfish toxicity level is below the

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Ramos assures PGMA will finish term in 2010

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ll suddenly went quiet on the political front when two figures, perhaps guided by their right conscience, voiced out in seeming exasperation that there is no more obstacle for President Arroyo to finish her nine-year presidency up to 2010, the longest for an elected president of this country , ever. She was simply there at the right time when as vice president she took over Estrada in 2001, got elected in 2004 for a full six-year term until 2010. Hardearned indeed. Much more for a woman her size. She credits it to God, and we agree. Like Gideon, Joshua and Saul in the Bible to name a few, they would not have conquered their challenges without the Lord. We are all believers and sorry, we cannot argue with atheists. They are also entitled to their opinions. ABS foto

VICTIMS OF RED TIDE TOXIN IN SIA TON SIAT regulatory level of 40ugSTXeq/100g of shellfish meat. However, the fish harvested from the same areas are safe for human consumption provided that they are fresh and washed thoroughly and their internal organs such as gills and intestines are removed before cooking. BFAR, PHO and LGU are continuously monitoring the coastal waters of Negros Oriental province to safeguard public health and to protect the fishery industry. LAB ANALYSIS. The latest laboratory

No more room for Bush In Cebu’s Asian Summit

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ixteen countries of the South East Asian Na tions attending the forthcoming ASEAN Sum mit in Cebu City, have taken practically all the rooms in all major hotels in Cebu so much so that there is no more room if the Americans will come and attend. tion when all major hotel rooms are booked by whole floors, or by one hotel block, due to security reasons. The entire Hilton Hotel in Cebu was booked by just one country. Other countries have share bookings in Shangrila Mactan Resort, the Marriot and other big hotels. India, China and France are also said to be attending. This is just a sample of how tourism boom can rock the metro city full and just leave open the smaller ones to real tourists. Mayor Osmeña said that US President Bush has no more place in Cebu since the big hotels have been pre-booked by other countries.

EXTRA JUDICIAL SE TTLEMENT OF EST ATE EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT ESTA NOTICE is hereby given that the heirs of the late spouses Claudio R. Catacutan and Necasia Bual Catacutan have filed and executed a deed of Extrajudicial Settlement of Estate on Lot No. 3639 covered by TCT No. OV-9702 situated in Pamplona, Negros Oriental containing an area of 50,000 sq. mts. more or less as notarized by Atty. Teopisto T. Calumpang, Jr., Notary Public under Not. Reg. No. 423, Page No. 86, Book No. VII, series of 2001. The Negros Chronicle June 4, 11 & 18, 2006

HOW MEDIA SEES IT, AND NOT OTHERS

BY ELY P. DEJARESCO

TOURISM SAMPLE

There is a hush hush that President Bush will attend the ASEAN Summit in Cebu shortly, together with 16 other Asean countries, plus Russia, China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea who joined the ASEAN Summit last year in Malaysia. Mayor Tomas Osmeña said that US President Bush will have no more place in Cebu since the big hotels have been pre-booked by other countries. The US delegation and security usually blocks one entire hotel especially when President Bush comes around. So that if there will be “no more room at the inn” for the US President, it was held likely that Bush will just skip the trip. This is an extreme situa-

critical repor ting reporting

analyses of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) and Local Governments Units (LGU’s) showed that aside from the coastal waters of Siaton, Negros Oriental which is positive for red tide toxin, the following areas are still positive for the red tide toxin (PSP toxins) and toxic red tide organisms thus are still under

SHELLFISH BAN: coastal waters of Milagros in Masbate; Honda Bay in Puerto Princesa, Palawan; Dumanquillas Bay in Zamboanga del Sur; Balite Bay in Mati, Davao Oriental; Juag Lagoon in Matnog, Sorsogon; Irong-Irong Bay in Samar; and Bislig Bay in Bislig City, Surigao del Sur.

When Ramos announced that she wants Arroyo to put up or shut up within June this year, he found out that the conspiracy of events simply could not meet the deadline. Ramos is not deaf and blind to events, he knows. He is sharp and he is smart. He is no longer ambitious, thus, credible. ANOTHER MAN, who, in seeming exasperation over constant stalemates and impasse, is Juan Ponce Enrile, the durable senator and former

ASSURANCE UNTIL 2010

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT 7th Judicial Region Branch 64 Guihulngan, Negros Oriental EX-REM NO. 06-01-G Extra-Judicial Foreclosure of Real Estate Mortgage (Under Act 3135, as mandated) RURAL BANK OF GUIHULNGAN, INC., Mortgagee, -versusEDILBERTO A. CHIU, Mortgagor. x----------------------------------------------------- / NOTICE OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL SALE Upon extra-judicial petition for sale under Act 3135 filed by Rural Bank, of Guihulngan, Inc., against Edilberto a. Chiu, with residence and postal address at Hilaitan, Guihulngan, Negros Oriental, to satisfy the mortgage indebtedness which as of May 9, 2006 amounts to ONE HUNDRED NINETY FIVE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED TWENTY ONE & 21/100 (P195,321.21) PESOS, including interest, and other charges thereon, exclusive of daily charge of P89.89 and expense thereafter, and 25% of the total amount of indebtedness as Attorney’s Fee, the undersigned Sheriff will sell at public auction on June 26, 2006 at 10:00 o’clock in the morning or soon thereafter at the main entrance of the Regional Trial Court, Branch 64, Guihulngan, Negros Oriental to the highest bidder for CASH or manager’s check and in Philippine Currency, the following property/properties with all of its improvements existing thereon, to wit: ORIGIN AL CER TIFICA TE OF TITLE NO -1911 ORIGINAL CERTIFICA TIFICATE NO.. HV HV-1911 Lot No. 875, PLS-266

A parcel of agricultural lot with all the existing improvements thereon and those that may be introduce in the future situated at Lagsing, Maniak, Guihulngan, Negros Oreintal. Bounded on the North by Lot. No. 872; on the South by Lot. No. 877; on the South and Southwest by Lot No. 876, and on the Northwest by Lot No. 873 and declared for taxation purposes under ARP No. 08-022-0040 PIN-046-08-022-01-022 with an assessed value of SIXTEEN THOUSAND SEVENTY (P16,070.00) PESOS, containing an area of SEVENTY NINE THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED FIFTEEN (79,615) SQUARE METES, more or less, All sealed bids must be submitted to the undersigned on the above stated time and date. In the event the public auction should not take place on the said date, it shall be held on July 3, 2006 at 10:00 o’clock in the morning without further notice. May 29, 2006, Guihulngan, Negros Oriental, Philippines.

The Negros Oriental June 4, 11 & 18, 2006

(Sgd) RICKY V. MONTEJAR Sheriff IV

PRESIDENT ARROYO acknowledges the assurance of President Ramos that there will no longer be any obstacle in Arroyo’s unfinished term in that she will continue to lead the country until the expiration of her term in 2010. Martial Law hatchet man. That Enrile has endured the tests of time , even as he was among the most hated Martial Law boy of Marcos, is something to his credit. Remember the man Enrile was the SOLE signatory of every warrantless arrest during the martial law regime of Marcos. The word Enrile and his signature sent shivers then. My brother Bingo had a hold order from Enrile during the first days of martial law since he was the editor of the Carolinian of the University of San Carlos. Somehow our greater editor our Dad, was able to clear his name even if Bingo was not allowed to fly out of the country then. That is why brod Bingo decided not to become a lawyer because he hated to study Martial Laws. He is now a banker and an economist in Makati. He writes Dateline for both our Dumaguete and Bohol papers. In fact as a Zoilo III, he is now Bohol’s editor-in-chief. Yes, Virginia, you can be editor of a Bohol paper even if you are based in Makati because of cyber technology. Just as our associate editor Jay who took my stead as a lawyer, is a Makati-based practitioner. They both write and edit stories and pictures on their laptops anywhere in the country. This technology is simply amazing. Going back to Enrile, he has pronounced in the Senate floor that the Anti-Terrorist Bill must be passed because “ It is for the protection of the People, and not as a tool to violate Human Rights.” This means that if some people feel that the anti-terrorist bill violates human rights, then let them prove it in the proper

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Editorial BIG BEN will hit the ground running;

big job ahead N e wly installed 12 th Silliman University President Dr. Benjamin (“Big Ben”) Malayang, environmentalist and educator, “will hit the ground running,” as he assumed on Day One - June 1, his mega job of running a historic Christian university with a P360million annual budget, enough to run a small province.

MEETING THE PRESS; June 1: FIRST ACT – of Dr. BEN MALAYANG LAST ACT – of Dr. GUS PULIDO

This was the fearless forecast of Silliman Board of Trustees chair Dr. Leonora “Lingling” Briones, a true- blue Negrense and Sillimanian, herself a and sizes, Silliman leadership is really former government secretary of finance up for a big transition. We give credit to under Erap Estrada. the transition organizers who made sure that Day One will start with God. The On the other hand, we recall that formal turnover was done “within God’s when Malayang’s predecessor took over household’ which was at the Silliman ten years ago, a rare track-record for a church. modern-day Silliman president, Dr. Gus Pulido said that when he assumed “he Long–term and Short-term plans are hit the ground KNEELING.” Kneeling for a given. What comes in-between is God’s mercy to help him run a troubled more exciting. For instance, how will a university. And help Gus Got from God. SUFA-Malayang scenario look like? What is the stand of Silliman in terms of For the last ten years, a university controversial environmental issues in known for its labor problems and mili- the city considering that Big Ben is an tant organizations was miraculously environmentalist i.e. the pier reclamation peaceful and quiet for the ENTIRE term issue? of Dr. Gus Pulido. All he answers when interviewed about what was his secret What about an effective liaison befor such unusual peace and quiet in tween Silliman and the city and provinSilliman during his watch, was that, God cial governments considering that Big was with him. Indeed! Ben intends Silliman to be an “active citizen” of Dumaguete. Not only in age, but even in looks

How about student militancy, activism and political involvement of Silliman in terms of advocacy through its all-time controversial Divinity School? Will Silliman continue and open more doors as “centers of excellence” as Dr. Pulido will be long remembered for? How extensive will be Silliman’s extension program this time? All these and many more will have its own developments as the hot seat of the Silliman Presidency will be occupied by a young, dynamic, and determined leader. We have full confidence in Big Ben’s brand of leadership. We have known him as a good neighbor since student days, not to mention that he is well-bred and comes from close family friends of trueblue Sillimanians.

system to justify the com- wealth, making the Filipinos fools twice over. promise agreement? Therefore, the silly act of Fifth, a compromise fter 20 years of legal struggle, the PCGG (Philippine Commission on Good agreement allows the sus- Commissioner Abcede of Government), is throwing in the towel and wants to do an “amicable” compro- pects to cover their entire liabil- inviting the main protagomise with the Marcoses. The latter has been accused of plundering the nation’s ity (civil and criminal) with just nist, former First Lady a portion of their ill-gotten Turn to page 6 wealth estimated at a whopping US$ to US$ 10 billion. Do we honor now as our have been lost by the brutality that protects official theft with the new heroes Sabio and Abcede of the Martial Law regime of the protective mantel of a fuas the nation’s new Batman which the Marcoses were the ture legal armor with the and Robin to fight crime in the chief architects. Let it not be Marcos Deal as a convenient proverbial Gotham City? Alas lost that this is the reason why legal precedent. Third, it 32 YEARS OF COMMUNITY JOURNALISM and alack! murder convictions do not have blinds our eyes to the difference Aside from the 500 ill- bail because that would mon- between right and wrong, since ELY P. DEJARESCO gotten wealth cases, the etize and dehumanize the the justification is that 20 years Editor-Publisher compromise agreement will sanctity of human life. What is too long to monetize the alhave to mean the erasure of about hundreds of lives? leged ill-gotten wealth. Theft a ATTY. JAY I. DEJARESCO MARLEN I. DEJARESCO the criminal charges A Supreme Court prece- century ago is still theft today – Associate Editor Business Manager lodged against the dent signed by the current which means owning up what ALE P. GEQUINTO JUNNICK R. YAISO Marcoses. Chief Justice Artemio is not yours. What has 20 years Legal Publications Officer News Photographer I state a categorical, dis- Panganiban is recorded on of unsuccessful legal battles RUBEN G. LABARES agreement to the current December 9, 1997 against got to do with the sense of moGraphics direction of compromise the plea of PCGG then chair rality? Pioneer BI-WEEKLY Newspaper in Dumaguete City and Negros Oriental. pursued by PCGG Camilo Magtanggol Gunigundo (we Fourth, it propagates the Address: E.J. Blanco Drive, Piapi, Dumaguete City. Sabio and arrogant PCGG wonder sino’ng tinatanggol theory that it is alright to News and Advertising: (035) 225-4760 Fax: (035) 225-4760 E-mail: elydejaresco@yahoo.com Commissioner Ricardo niya?) for a compromise “steal big and steal plenty” Entered as Second Class Mail Matter Abcede whose name agreement with the because one can always in Dumaguete City on July 1, 1973. sounds like an unfinished Marcoses stating that crimi- buy up the judicial system http://www.negroschronicle.com alphabet. For five good rea- nal cases cannot be sub- and hire smart lawyers to Member: sons. delay cases while a governject to compromise. Philippine Press Institute First, no amount of money Two, this would encour- ment clerk goes to jail for National Press Club can buy the value of one hu- age other government officials stealing P30.000. Then use Turn to page 14 man life. Hundreds of lives to “steal now, pay later,” a plan the long delay in justice

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Dateline Manila by Bingo P. Dejaresco


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Imelda Marcos, to his 59 th birthday in his new Makati condominium recently was in absolute poor taste and invites questions. Having lost his moral alphabet, the flamboyant commissioner says his “amicable” settlement based on the Latin word “amicus” (friend) is meant to make the compromise a “friendly” one. PCGG Chair Camilo Sabio sings a duet with Mr. Alphabet by saying that the Marcos Compromise Deal will allow us to “put it all behind us” and “unite our people.” How we can put to rest the Guinness World record holders of plunder behind us and how a compromise agreement will “unite a nation” put to penury and having suffered lost lives and property, escapes even our most fertile imagination at the moment. Some other entity should replace the inutile PCGG which has apparently produced many “commissioners” instead of doing good governance of assets. Its record of recovering AFFIDAVIT OF CLAIM WITH WAIVER OF RIGHTS NOTICE is hereby given that the heirs of the late ESTELITO BRODIT have filed and executed an Affidavit of Claim With Waiver of Rights on Savings Deposit Account of Estelito Brodit with the Philippine Veterans Bank, Dumaguete Branch under Savings Account No. 04702002067-2 with a balance of P28,082.00 in favor of Placida B. Brodit per Doc. No. 390, Page No. 79, Book No. XVI, Series of 2006 of Notary Public Atty. Edwin B. Abil.

wealth is atrocious and the handsome perks and salaries of PCGG officers and directors in sequestered banks and corporations had added to the government budget deficit through losses of governmentowned corporations. After 20 years of shameful performance, it justifies “The Big One” by toying with the idea of a series of compromises with the Marcoses and the cronies. Meantime, we Filipinos have allowed ourselves to be taken for a ride by the alternate asinine claims of the Marcoses for far too long. One day, Imeldific cries she is so poor she had to borrow money from rich philanthropists like Doris Duke. The next day, the Marcoses claim that a compromise deal with them will allow the country to pay its foreign debt with the Marcos wealth. Imelda Marcos had always smugly claimed when confronted with the plundered wealth issue in the past that

“some people are smarter than others.” When asked how much their wealth was, Madame Butterfly quipped something like the answer of the billionaire silver dealers (Huns): He who knows how much he is worth, ain’t worth that much. The Marcoses and their cronies and the PCGG officers had lived life to the hilt for the last 20 years without any conviction of any crime committed against the Fili-

pino race. They probably figured these (Filipino) suckers for two decades wont be bright enough today to figure what we are really up to. So let’s have a Compromise Deal. That’s really the biggest insult to an already large injury. Do we just stand and watch, ladies and gentlemen?

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communion with God and among ourselves, always and everywhere—and then said: “The call to be true to the self-communication of God in Christ is in fact a call to recognize his dynamic force within us, which then seeks to spread outwards to others, so that his love can truly beprevalent measure of the world.” CIMAGALA comeIn the my understanding, he reminds us that God’s revelation to us, made full and defini-

This is the basic reality, a truth of faith, which we on the whole are still ignorant about. We think our communications are just our own thing. They have nothing to do with God’s self-communication to us and our response to him. This is unfortunate, because with this kind of mentality we become most prone to the wild tendencies of our weaknesses and the malice of the evil spirits. Instead of promoting love, truth, justice, etc., we get into all sorts of ugly situations especially when we have differences and conflicts of views.

Thus, it is common nowadays for us to get sprayed by the slime of lies, halftruths, intrigues, shallow, even inane and reckless reporting, and heavily slanted fallacies. Just read the papers, just listen to talk shows, this garbage is rampant. There also is the foul odor of self-righteousness, arrogance, bitterness, hatred, prejudice, skepticism, bickering, fault-finding, etc. Indeed, a real mess, a poisoned atmosphere! Refinement, civility, prudence, discretion, etc. seem prohibited to exist. We seem to be losing our capacity to

which we try to preserve. It goes on now, alive, and involving us in a vital way, not just in a formal way. More than that, it is a living and continuing self-communication of God to us that draws all our processes of communication, in whatever form and circumstance, into this source and ultimate reason for whatever communication we do in this life.

discuss and argue with reason enlightened by faith and driven by charity. Chill out, dude! Don’t take things too personally or too seriously. We have to find a way to treat each other as children of God, worthy of being loved all the way, in spite of our differences and even the mistakes we commit. We have to realize what really matters in this life, what really will endure to eternity. Our opinions on temporal matters will come and go. What remains is that we love each other, for love of God, a love shown and lived and

died for by Christ himself. For this, in a mysterious but effective way, the Pope is endowed with infallibility. “Whatever you bind on earth is bound in heaven. Whatever you loose on earth is loosed in heaven.” (M 16,19) What the Pope says, in effect, is what our Lord is telling us now. This truth of faith is most relevant especially in the world of media. This is because while immersed in the world of opinions, the media cannot help but touch also on matters of faith and morals.

However, later in Saul’s life, we see the erosion of idealism and of goodness and magnanimity. We witness a turning point in his life and career. In the course of time, Saul experienced success after success in his battles against the neighboring nations. He began to be obsessed with power which can be a dangerous thing that gradually destroys a human being. It did for Saul. He had forgotten his commitment

to God when he was anointed by Samuel; he was now entirely enamored with himself, and had now forgotten to consult God. Samuel, God’s spokesman, had by now turned against him for Saul had been far removed from his spiritual roots and moorings. The self-destruction of Saul was caused by his deep insecurity when David— the Turn to page 9

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GOSPEL John 15:26-27;l 6-12-15

The Holy Spirit wants to lead us into the truth and especially the truth of our salvation. This is a long road to walk, particularly if we have previously been caught up in a life of sin. It will take time to disentangle ourselves from the tentacles of sin and to realign our lives on that of Jesus. Let us pray that the Holy Spirit will take the leading role in this process and that we will be humble enough to follow where He leads us.

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HISTORICAL NOTES

The Polo System

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Remember how the Lord your God led you all the way in the desert these forty years, to humble you and to test you in order to know what was in your heart, whether or not you would keep His commands. – Deuteronomy 8:2 Has God performed a heart test on you lately? There are times in our lives when God leads us into the desert in order to let us find out what is in our heart. These times can be very difficult and humbling. They can test our mettle like no other time. Desert times often mean we are living without those things we are normally accustomed to: water, food, limited supplies and with few comforts. In modern terms, it may mean a different environment. God is performing a very important work during these times. He wants to know if we can be obedient to Him in these times; or will we be obedient only when times are good? He humbled you, causing you to hunger and then feeding you with manna, which neither you nor your fathers had known, to teach you that man does not live on bread alone but on every word that comes from the mouth of the Lord. Your clothes did not wear out and your feet did not swell during these forty years. Know then in your heart that as a man disciplines his son, so the Lord your God disciplines you (Deuteronomy 8:3-5). These desert times may mean experiencing new ways of provision from the Lord. Like manna from Heaven, it may mean seeing miracles we’ve never seen before. Like clothing that never wears out, it may mean seeing your normal capabilities expanded. Like walking hundreds of miles without pain, desert Turn to page 9

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xactly a month ago, May 2-5, the first Tourist Assistance Officer (TAO) TrainingSeminar was held in the capital city of Dumaguete. It was sponsored by the provincial tourism office of Oriental Negros.

This columnist was invited as a resource speaker for the first batch of some 35 fresh trainees as Tourism Assistance Officers. The topic centered on the history of Oriental Negros, its heritage sites and landmarks together with other cultural treasures of the province. The gathering gave this writer a rare opportunity to engage in a roundtable discussion with the participants, among other things as on the subject of “compulsory labor service” behind the country’s rich cultural patrimony. Quoting Fr. Pedro Galende, OSA, author of many books like Angels in Stone, Architecture of Augustinian churches in the Philippines, 526 pages and co-author of Great churches of the Philippines, 72 pages, herewith are his remarks. “This (the polo system)

was the system by which people joined the communal project of each town. This was an established and accepted fact during the medieval times. It was applied in Spain, Americas and definitely in the Philippines. “These activities were known as yeras to which every able person contributed, except during the harvest time. The barangays divided them into various groups and assigned days and places of work. The system as applied in full in the construction of the churches, convents and schools. Only the qualified workers like carpenters, masons, stone cutters, painters, etc, were paid their respective salary. Documents have been found attesting to this practice. The priests bought the big nails and specific materials. The carrying of the wood and sand and water was done by the unskilled people. And, according to some documents, when-

ever this took place there was fiesta time, especially with some of the parish priests who at the end of the day offered them wine, cigar, etc.” Fr. Galende further points out: “This system was called later and still is, ‘forced labor’, which I believe is more the product of the black legend.” “During my travels around the country doing research for the history of the Augustinian churches in the Philippines, which I published in a book in 1987 under the title of Angels in Stone, I remember Dingras, Ilocus Sur, there were about 50 to 60 making an irrigation canal in the open fields outside the town. When I approached them and asked why they did this, they said, ‘this is part of our communal work, the polo system introduced here by the Spaniards; and we still do it this way today,’” he concludes.


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Sunday ... From page 8 David he had admired and loved to begin with— had earned a popularity with the people that was greater than Saul’s. We know the story of David and Goliath—a shepherd boy (David) putting to death with a slingshot the giant champion of the Philistines. Subsequently, by his military exploits, the people would shout: “Saul has slain his one thousand, David his ten thousand!” Jealousy— the green-eyed monster—became the cause of the downfall of Saul. As one commentator puts it: It is a long and sad story that unfolds in the Book of Samuel, this story of the gradual disintegration of a soul. In trying to assert his dominance, Saul dealt away what ought to have been most precious in his life. He had let personal devotion perish than forgo his pride. Alienated from what he once had loved, the last months of his life were a torment of increasing loneliness, the awful loneliness of one who had estranged himself from God in estranging himself from men. At first, Saul enjoyed David’s playing of the harp for David was a great musician. His music was very soothing to the troubled King. But in due time, he was affected by envy and a deep sense of insecurity. One day he threw a javelin at David, wanting to kill him. He missed. This was how the lust for power destroyed him. (To be continued)

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GOSPEL (From page 8)

But when he comes, the Spirit of truth, he will guide you to all truth. He will not speak on his own, but he will speak what he hears, and will declare to you the things that are coming.

He will glorify me, because he will take from what is mine and declare it to you. Everything that the Father has is mine; for this reason I told you that he will take from what is mine and declare it to you.”

No. 13 San Juan St., Dumaguete City

Unredeemed pledges whose terms have expired will be auctioned on June 30, 2006 at our place of business. NO VEN A PRA YER NOVEN VENA PRAYER TO ST ST.. JUDE

O Holy St. Jude, apostle and martyr, great in virtue, rich in miracle, near Kinsman to Jesus Christ, faithful intercessor of all who invoked your special patronage in time of need. To you I have recoursed from the depth of my heart, and humbly beg great power to come to my assistance. Help me in my present and most urgent petition. (Make your request). In return, I promise to make your name known and cause your name to be invoked. St. Jude, pray for us and all who invoked thy aid. Amen. Pray this 9 times a day for 9 consecutive days. On the eight day your prayers will be answered, for this prayer has never known to fail. Please don’t forget to publish this once your wish is granted./Melrose.

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olitics- both as a science and an art – is characterized by its perplexing reality. It is said that while political events appear so easy to discern on the surface, they are really very difficult to reckon or foresee in depth. Only the event will teach us in its hour, so an epic poem postulates. ————————— Take the case of elections. sulted, to be convinced is The right of suffrage is the su- best dramatized in this preme right of the electorate to seemingly trivial incident in choose their leaders. And elec- the life of Lyndon B. tions the built-in mechanisms Johnson – probably one of to actualize that right. Nobody the strongest personalities trifles with the election process to ever become President of – directly or indirectly – without the United States. paying a high price for it sooner —————————or later. For the right of the While in his twenties, people to be asked, to be con- Johnson ran for congress in sulted, to be convinced as to Blanco County in his native who should lead them in gov- Texas. While campaigning he ernance is inviolable. And yet learned that their household this matter is mince meat in the help – a very devoted old Mexipolitical market place. It is un- can lady – was not voting for thinkable but it is going the him. Hurt and perplexed rounds. This matter about the Johnson confronted her. 2002 elections. “Pray, tell me. Is it true ————————— Unless something very that you are not going to dramatic to the contrary vote for me?” takes place in our country “That’s true.” before the year ends, the 2007 elections in May will “But why?” proceed as mandated by existing laws. “Because, Lyndon, you ————————— Those who are working to never asked me.” alter or stop dead on its tracks “Asked you! You are like this legally mandated course, motivated by patriotic or other a mother to me! We have reasons, find that the clock is been living in this house for ticking inexorably on, their several decades now. In fact moments in time dwindling to you brought us up precious few. Given this con- eversince we were kids. We straint do they have the time? If have had a lot of loving and they do have the time, it better caring in this house! Do I be for very good reasons un- still have to ask you?” derstood, accepted or ap“Lyndon, remember proved by the sovereign this. ‘In politics you always people. —————————The citizen’s inviolable right to be asked, to be con-

by: Art Umbac

ask.’” It was a lesson Lyndon Johnson carried all the way to the White House in Washington, District of Columbia. Never assume and impose your will. Consult. Ask. ————————So there you are. Let the asking begin. Or has it already began in our jurisdiction? Indeed in politics there are a lot of imponderables. For example. You cannot be sure that those who voted for you the last time around will vote for you again. Or those who did not vote for you during the last elections, will continue to deny you

of their votes. It is best not to take chances. Every which way, you ask.

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(From page 8) experiences provide new lessons and new experiences that only these times can teach us. What desert experience has He brought into your life lately? Perhaps it is a lean time in business. Perhaps it is a new environment. Whatever it is, when God decides to bring new disciplines into our lives by bringing us into the desert, do not fear the heat that test you and find out what is really in your heart. Ask for His grace to pass the test. He wants to bring all of His children into the Promised Land.

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At corner of two cemented roads. DIRECT BUYERS: Call 0918 929 6047

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ick up almost any newspaper and you will think that all the people that live here in the Philippines are corrupt, greedy and immoral. This is NOT the Philippines I know and love. It is time to stop concentrating on the small negative elements and pay tribute to the greater majority of the people who live and work in this beautiful country.

MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR COMPUTERS PROJECTORSCREENS LAPTOPS PRINTERS/HUBS AND OTHER OFFICE EQUIPMENT FOR RENT FOR INQUIRIES PLEASE CALL 09197079402 * 09183531784 Republic of the Philippines CITY OF BAIS BIDS AND AWARDS COMITTEE

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INVITATION TO APPLY FOR ELIGIBILITY AND TO BID The City Government of Bais invites interested bidders to apply for eligibility and to bid for the supply and delivery of the hereunder requirements:

1,000 sq. mts. more or less, 3 bedrooms with aircon, 4 bathroom w/ hot & cold, 1 music room, 1 drivers quarter, 1 maid room, 1 dirty kitchen, big garage, big terrace. Add: Lot 2 Blk 6, Villa Amada Subd., Pulantubig, Dumaguete City. Price: P7.5M. Contact Nos. 226-2223, 225-9159, 225-7309. Owner Cell. – Ester 0928-7794947.

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APPROVED BUDGET FOR THE CONTRACT (ABC)

1) P.R. No. 309-06 – Various Const. Materials for repair & rehabilitation of one (1) unit 2 Classroom Bldg. to be taken from the Gen. Fund. P 253,924.33 Bids received in excess of the ABC shall be automatically rejected at bid opening. In order to qualify, bidders should conform to the eligibility criteria as prescribed under Sec.23. 11 of the IRR-A of R.A. 9184. Bidding will be conducted through open competitive bidding procedures using non-discretionary “pass/fail” criteria as specified in the IRR-A of R.A. 9184. As such non-submission of the required documents will result in the disqualification of the bidder. All other particulars relative to the procurement process shall be govern by the Implementing Rules and Regulations of RA 9184 otherwise known as the Government Procurement Reform Act. Bid documents can be obtained upon payment of a non-refundable fee equivalent to the total amount of the ABC of the items in which interested bidders intend to bid, in accordance with the following rates: Below P50,000.00 P50,000.00 but not more than P100,000.00 P100,001.00 but not more than P200,000.00 P200,001.00 – P350,000.00 P350,001.00 – P500,000.00 P500,001.00 – P1,000,000.00 P1,000,001.00 and above

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Bid documents can be obtained at the BAC Secretariat c/o Office of the City Mayor or Office of the City General Services, this city, Tel. Nos. (035) 4023182, or 402-8115, anytime during office hours; and can also be inquired for further information or particulars. The bidders shall drop their duly accomplished eligibility, technical, and financial documents each in separate sealed envelopes duly marked as such in the bid box at the Conference Room at the Office of the City Mayor on June 7, 2006 at 1:30 P.M. at which place, date and time said envelopes shall be opened in the presence of the members of the BAC, the attending bidders, the observers, or their duly authorized representative. Late bids shall not be accepted. The City Government of Bais reserves the right to accept or reject any bid, and to annul the bidding process and reject all bids at anytime prior to contract award, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected bidder or bidders.

The Negros Chronicle May 28 & June 4, 2006

(Sgd) CARMELINO L. MORALES (City General Services Officer) BAC Chairman

DECLARATION OF HEIRSHIP, EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENTAND QUITCLAIM NOTICE is hereby given that the heirs of the late ULDARICO ALEJADO have filed and executed a Declaration of Heirship, Extrajudicial Settlement and Quitclaim on Lot No. 1698-B-1, L.R.C. Cad. Rec. No. 152, covered by TCT No. 19731, situated in the City of Dumaguete, containing an area of 278 sq.m., in favor of Leslie Grace Alejado per Doc. No. 48, Page No. 11, Book No. V, Series of 2006 of Notary Public Atty. Myrish CadapanAntonio. The Negros Chronicle May 28, June 4 & 11, 2006

FOR SALE Mansion type house with 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 1 music room, servant’s quarter, garage & terrace. Secured fence in whole area, more or less 1,000 sq.m. semi-furnished. Direct buyers only. Contact Nos. 226-2223; 225-9159/ 7309; Cell No. 0928-7794947.

This column is dedicated to bring a new perspective to the news and honor “ Everyday Heroes ” that walk among us. We will not only reveal the true face of the Philippine people but also acknowledge the selfless contribution of some of our foreign guests. The Philippine community and the expatriate community can accomplish many great things if we work together for the betterment of all. We can be more together than we ever were apart. Who is an “Everyday Hero “ ? I have met dozens of these heroes in the short year that I have lived here. These heroes exemplify the true nature of the Philippine people and our little community. I have taught at several universities and schools around the world. I volunteered to work, for a short while, at a local high school. Like in my own country, the teachers were not paid enough. Many were

fathers and mothers with heavy responsibilities at home. Yet all of them devoted many long unpaid hours of overtime. I saw teachers’ breakdown and cry because a student had failed. These teachers truly care about their students. This level of dedication and personal sacrifice is very rare in the world. Yet here in the Philippines it is common and most often unheralded. They are honest, hard working dedicate professionals. They are the true face of the Philippines. They are “ Everyday Heroes “. We are not here to promote any business, political agenda or organization. Our purpose here is to reveal the true beauty of the Philippines and her people. We strive to bring harmony between our host and guests for mutual advancement. If the reader knows of more quiet heroes that deserve recognition please feel free to send the information to kojak3238@yahoo.com.

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT 7th Judicial Region Branch 45 Bais City Special Proceeding No. A-06-04 FOR: CORRECTION OF ENTRY IN THE CERTIFICATE OF LIVE BIRTH OF SUSAN AM LOR DE GRACE MAMHOT AMANDA PASTOR-MAMHOT, Petitioner, – versus – LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF AYUNGON, PROVINCE OF NEGROS ORIENTAL, Respondent. x———————————————————/

O R D E R A verified petition having been filed by petitioner through counsel and it appearing that the same is sufficient in form and substance. Set the hearing of this case on JUNE 29, 2006 at 8:30 in the morning at the Session Hall of this Court, Regional Trial Court, Branch 45, Bais City, inviting any interested person to appear on said hearing and to show cause why the petition shall not be granted. Let this Order be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the Province of Negros Oriental and the Cities of Bayawan, Dumaguete, Tanjay, Bais and Canlaon once a week for at least three (3) consecutive weeks before the date of hearing. Furnish copy of this Order to the Local Civil Registrar of Ayungon, Negros Oriental and to the Office of the Solicitor General with address at 134 Amorsolo St., Legaspi Village, Makati City. SO ORDERED. Bais City, Philippines, May 3, 2006.

The Negros Chronicle June 4, 11 & 18, 2006

BY KOJAK HUGHS

(Sgd.) ISMAEL O. BALDADO Judge

What Have ... From page 9 ————————The politico – supporter tieup is generally firmed up and anchored on more solid grounds. However, there are quirks in the wind as you probably have seen or experienced yourself. —————————This one was told to me by the late Senator Lorence G. Teves. There was this candidate for congress who was informed that one of his trusted lieutenants in past elections was drifting away from him. He visited the man and they had a heartto-heart talk. “Is it true that you have been going around with my opponent in his political rallies?” “Yes, it is true.” “But why? What have I done to you that you are turning your back on me? Have I not taken good care of your wife in her hospitalization in Manila until she fully recovered? Have I not employed two of your children in government? Have I not supported you in your other needs?” “Yes. You did all those things and more and we showed our gratitude to you in past elections. But what have you done for me lately.” —————————Perplexing, isn’t it? This is imponderable in politics!


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Upon extra-judicial petition for sale under Act No. 3135/1508 filed by Rural Bank of Tanjay, Inc., Negros Oriental against Sps. Roger Sia and Taciana Sia of Banilad, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental to satisfy the mortgage indebtedness which as of May 5, 2006 amounts to NINE HUNDRED FIFTY SEVEN THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED TWENTY SEVEN PESOS & 56/100 (P957,927.56), excluding penalties, charges, attorney’s fees and expenses of foreclosure, the undersigned or his duly authorized deputies will sell at public auction on July 5, 2006 at 9:00 o’clock in the morning to 4:00 o’clock in the afternoon at the Hall of Justice, E.J. Blanco Drive, Piapi, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental to the highest bidder, for cash or manager’s check and in Philippines Currency the following property with all its improvements to wit: TRANSFER CER TIFICA TE OF TITLE NO CERTIFICA TIFICATE NO.. 26283 City of Dumaguete

“A parcel of land (Lot 2588-E of the subdivision plan (LRC) Psd51133, being a portion of Lot 2888 of the Cadastral Survey of Dumaguete, LRC (GLRO) Cad. Rec. No. 152), situated in the Barrio of Taclobo, City of Dumaguete, Island of Negros. Bounded on the N., points 3 to 4 by Lot 3612, Dumaguete Cadastre; on the E., points 4 to 1 by Lot 2588-D of the subdivision plan; on the S., points 1 to 2 by Lot 2590; and on the W., points 2 to 3 by Lot 2587, both of Dumaguete Cadastre. Containing an area of ONE THOUSAND AND THIRTY FOUR (1,034) SQUARE METERS, more or less.” All sealed bids must be submitted to the undersigned on the above-stated time and date. In the event the public auction should not take place on the said date, it shall be held on July 12, 2006 without further notice. Dated this 24th day of May, 2006 in the City of Dumaguete, Philippines. (Sgd.) MARIA ANTONIA L. BULADO Clerk of Court VI & Ex-Officio Sheriff By: (Sgd.) WILFRED B. PYPONCO Sheriff IV & Executing Sheriff The Negros Chronicle May 28, June 4 & 11, 2006

cifically, he said that SU wants to get involved in the efficient disposal of solid wastes and the establishment of modern waste water systems. “Big Ben” as he is dubbed by many because of his obvious over-weight physique, also wants to establish healthy union-management relations. He intends to continue the present projects of Dr Pulido and embark on novel projects of his own which he did not specify. On the issue of pre-need educational plans, he revealed that CAP has payables of up to 30-million to Silliman. Some planholder-students have dropped out of SU in search of schools with lower tuition fees. Those who opt to continue at Silliman will have to pay on their own until CAP will be able to cope with their debts. He also confirmed that SU has a budget of P360-million, enough to run a small province. He is married to the former Gladys Rio, and they have three children namely, Nayna, a law student at UP; Miharu, now finishing a degree in medicine; and RJ a masscom student here at Silliman who was named Outstanding Freshman Student of the Year and Outstanding Sophomore Student the year following. Shortly, he will announce his five-year development plan for the institution.

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n a time and place where people have become silent in the face of abuse, tolerant in the face of injustice, and pliant in the face of political as well as religious oppression, we are glad to notice sporadic signs of disgust and abhorrence against the materialistic norms and corrupt policies of both the political leadership and, worse, even the generally acknowledged guardian of the Christian faith – the Roman Catholic Church. Such signs of disgust and pino Nation. This should put abhorrence was recently ex- to shame the better and well emplified by Theresa knowledgeable “Filipino ElPangilinan, the student of ders” of Theresa. Cavite State University, who On the spiritual front, it is heckled GMA while she spoke timely that Dan Brown came in their graduation. While out with his fiction, the Da Vinci Atty. Joel Cadiogan Obar Theresa may not have the right Code. It is not much the conmanners and right conduct, we tents of the fiction that people admire her for she spoke her should be thankful for but mind loudly without fear against rather the manner and fashion the very person who was “le- by which the Roman Catholic inquisition during the megally” carrying out the suppres- Church has reacted. The Ro- dieval periods which sacrision of the freedom to speak man Church has displayed its ficed the lives of many who through EO 464, CPR and true and genuine color that it do not want to withdraw and 1017. A creeping authoritarian has been carrying through out renounce their faith on the regime is in the pipe-line yet the 2,000 years of its existence. Lord Jesus Christ. The same there is hardly any spontane- Because of its thwarted idea or is happening today. By way ous show of public resentment. doctrine of infallibility, it had of excommunication, the To my mind, people shackled the minds of millions Roman Church appears to have become callous and towards “one correct view” – have the Godly capability of unmindful because of the “roman view” thereby virtu- denying the salvation of the HOPELESSNESS and per- ally enslaving and enfeebling human soul. Salvation has haps HELPLESSNESS. It is the human mind in direct vio- been converted by the Roa vicious cycle of drudgery lation and breach of the free- man Church from BEING and pain, of empty prom- dom that is proclaimed by FREE for having been preises and deceptions, so Jesus Christ and strongly mani- paid at a high cost of the life come what may. Gover- fested in the Gospels of the of Jesus Christ to somenance in the Philippine set- New Testament. thing that is under compulting is like the story of the Indeed, the FREEDOM sion of ecclesiastical interditch digger who digs the OF THOUGHT is not one of ference. ditch, to buy food to give the favorite commodities of Theresa Pangilinan (lohim strength to dig the the Roman Church starting cally) and Dan Brown (internaditch. People are enslaved. from antiquity, through the tionally) has exemplified the Luckily, GMA got a dosage medieval periods, and until beauty of FREEDOM TO of her own medicine, and today. “Free thinking” THINK and SPEAK. Paracome to think about it, the brought about the earthly phrasing Conrado de Quiros, I dosage came from a youth- death, although divinely de- venture to say: if said freedom ful lady - truly an EXEM- signed, of Jesus Christ; it can prick people to anger, PLAR OF HOPE for the Fili- was also the reason for the even if they are puzzled; if that can arouse the public from its state of unconsciousness, even if impolitely; if it can bring this country and the faithful to stop the lunacy and recklessness, even if discourteously; then the exercise of that FREEDOM, as I now do with conviction in my heart, would have served ceaselessly and boundlessly the ends of heaven and earth. FREEDOM IS FREE because our forebears won it politically, and by Jesus Christ, spiritually. Let us Effective February 19, 2005 exert every effort to keep the D AIL Y SCHEDULE AILY flame of FREEDOM burning in order to brighten the narVESSEL ROUTE DEPARTURE row ways of righteousness. DELTA I DGTE.-SIQUIJOR 6:00AM

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A core group of twenty representing the seven clans of the Hipolito-Facturan-Juana Vidal riental Negros Blue Dolphins Swim Team which represented the Province of Oriental Negros and the City of Dumaguete is OVERALL Clans of Negros Oriental estimated to number to about 2000 members gathered last May 30 to update GRAND CHAMPION among 16 participating teams from all over the the masterlist of their clan members. The core group will also hold a picnic today in Cangmating at beach front. country: Cebu, Bacolod, the Dionaldo Among those who attended the core group meeting were : Iloilo, Palawan, Antique, Joselito Garupa, Cecile and Fil Vergara Ronquillo, Helen, Jane, Marion and Darwin Magos, etc. In the recently con- Eugene Magos, Alice Banogon, Eduardo Banogon, Vic and Teddyboy Florendo, Luz Ho and Lily cluded 1 st Sun Cellular Teves, Sylvia Somoza-Malahay; Renato Ruperto, Daniel Danny Dionaldo, Ely Dejaresco, and Eduardo Pedrosa. National Age – Group Swimming Competition, Venue: Panaad Sports Complex, Bacolod City on Dear Mayor Perdices. May 27-28, 2006. Numariyah Gallery artists are back ber of Swimmers sent: 33. from a successful series of lec reetings from the Youth of Barangay Piapi. We tures and workshops in the belong to the contingent of Barangay Piapi in the The Awards and Medrecently concluded Santacruzan Festival. It is our als were gathered by Sean U.S.A. The lectures and workshops focused pride to bag the first runner up award in the over all champion- Philip Araula, Allan Paul on the traditional Filipino processes and techship and at the same time reaping the best choreographer and Bayona, Sharon Ann Jorolan niques as used by the artists in making conbest street dancers minor awards. Our more than a month of temporary sculptures, the socio-cultural playpractice and sacrifice paid off after all. In sacrifice we mean and Earl Jason Bilangdal. ground of the artists, art by a young contempractices rain or shine, with very little support from our barangay porary artist and a special account on reSummary of Medals/ search and art exhibit project on grave digofficials. And to top it all, we had a very strict and limited gathered: Gold Medals–29; gings in selected pre-hispanic burial sights in Artist Danni Sollesta with Dr. Skeffington Thobudget. mas, Chairperson, Dept. of Art, Rowan University, Our happiness was not only because we brought glory to Silver Medals–20; and the Philippines. New Jersey, U.S.A., as they watch Ceramic Sculpour barangay but we are also happy because we know we got Bronze Medals-15. Cristina “Kitty” Sollesta Taniguchi, Danilo tures being fired at the Rowan U. Studio back The team wishes to ex- L. Sollesta, and Maria Taniguchi represented area (in May 2006). cash awards. The total amount we are supposed to receive amounts to twenty thousand pesos; it is everybody’s knowl- press thanks for the support Mariyah Gallery, the artists home base Art edge that having won such awards, we were supposed to re- extended to them by the Pro- Gallery in Dumaguete City, Philippines. They ceive the above-mentioned cash prizes and divide it among vincial Government of Ori- were in the United States of America from were held in the following venues: CommonLibrary of Philadelphia, Rowan Uniourselves, the participants. After it could have been equally ental Negros and March 26 to May 15. The series of lectures wealth divided among us, it could go a long way to augment the very Dumaguete City Council. and works were conducted through the invi- versity, Pennsylvania University Museum and Archaeology Presbyterian Seniors Commulittle budget our parents could support us during enrolment tations of the University of Pennsylvania Mu- nity Center in Rosemont, Pennsylvania, time. That fact made us more eager and thus, we patiently seum of Anthropology and Archaeology in Folkart Charter School, Welsh Elementary waited for such time. After several attempts of asking it from the Philadelphia and Rowan University in New School, and Hunter High School, all in Philaright barangay officials, after several days of begging, we were delphia Area. Jersey. all told to join the Barangay Council meeting last Wednesday, Lectures and workshops May 31, 2006. Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT But it was to our dismay when we were told that our 7 Judicial Region Barangay treasurer Emercris “ Chris “ Balbon was not present Branch 39 NUSA DUA LIVING CONCEPT during said meeting. It was more shocking for us to learn when Dumaguete City SP. Proc. No. 2006-4403 A HOTEL STYLE COED DORMITORY the much-awaited consolation prize was already spent days (or weeks perhaps) before the final event. According to our In Re: Petition for the Cancellation of Bantayan, Dumaguete City Certificate of Live Birth of Ivan Barangay Captain, the said amount was used to cover addiJames Palencia Frieres tional materials and other pre-event expenses. We were not Covered by Registry No. 97-12 Located at the back of Plaintiff, only dismayed but crushed. We had the right to be informed yet ABC Kiddie Center – versus – they never told us beforehand. That consolation prize could go THE LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR of Valencia, Bantayan, Dumaguete City Negros Oriental, Estela Palencia Freires and a long way in helping us, since most of us are students. We Matias Faeldona Freires, accuse them of technical malversation of funds under Article Contact Mr. JUVILO NAPAO at 225-1326 or Vivian Palencia Freires, 220 of the revised penal code ( illegal use of public finds.) There Jonilda Magsalay at 422-4140 / 9158258338 Petitioner. is an appropriation allocated for it yet, they used said prize x———————————————/ money without our consent and knowledge. We gave our best. Bring this AD TO GET 10% OFF And we are only demanding what is due to us. We are all aware O R D E R of our monthly rent for six months that the government supports programs for teen-agers like us. A verified petition having been filed by petitioner Vivian Palencia Freires, praying But sadly, young as we are, we are already corrupted. It is our that the first Certificate of Live Birth covered by Registry No. 97-12 of one Ivan James Freires plea Mayor, that you would find means to shed light on this who was born on March 2, 1995, which was a simulated birth record be cancelled and nullified, and be considered null and void and forever be removed from the records so matter and help us expedite the solutions. We all know you that to all intents and purposes the Certificate of Live Birth under registry no. 2003-1236 of have good judgement, and honest unbiased opinions. Thank Ivan James Freires shall be the only record in existence respecting the birth of said child. Finding the petition to be sufficient in form and substance, the same is hereby given you and God Bless. due course.

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WHEREFORE, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that this petition is set for hearing on June 19, 2006 at 8:30 o’clock in the morning, in the Session Hall of this Court sitting at the 2nd Floor, Hall of Justice, Dumaguete City. This Order shall be published once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks, in a newspaper of general circulation and published in the whole province of Negros Oriental, to be selected by raffle, at the expense of the petitioner, at which date, time and place, the petitioner shall appear and prove her petition, in that all other persons having or claiming interest thereon shall also appear and show cause if there is any reason why the petition should not be granted. Let copies of this Order be furnished to the petitioner, and together with the copies of the petition be also furnished to the Local Civil Registrar of Valencia, Negros Oriental, to Estela Palencia Freires and Matias Faeldonia Freires, and to the Solicitor General, who are given fifteen (15) days from notice of the petition, or from the last date of publication of such notice, within which to file their opposition thereto, if any. In the event that the Office of the Solicitor General may not be able to appear on the scheduled hearing, to designate the City Prosecutor of Dumaguete City to appear for and in behalf of the State. So Ordered. Given this 4th day of April, 2006 in the City of Dumaguete, Philippines. (Sgd.) CESAR MANUEL U. CADIZ, JR. Judge The Negros Chronicle May 21, 28 & June 4, 2006


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Can’t Love people in Slices As a broadcast-journalist, I am documenting my battle with the Big C as I journey with the Lord in what could be my ultimate trial. I also write about my co-combatants against the Big C, hoping that our readers will know what it is like to be blessed by the Lord worth acknowledging. Please email me your feedbacks.

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his is a continuation of my column last week which I wrote from the city of smiles and peanut kisses.

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were Vice-Chairman James Fontelo, ISD Manager Leovigildo Elmaco and Technical Services Manager Gonzalo Natividad. The awarding took place at the Grand Caprice Hotel in Cagayan de Oro City during the National Conference on Power Distribution Management Reform and Recognition last May 8-12, 2006. On the home front NORECO 2 launched another community outreach program codenamed “Operation Tulisok” for “tuli” and “tusok” in the City of Tanjay last May 19, 2006. Supporting the program were Provincial Governor George P. Arnaiz, Mayor Baltazar T. Salma of the City of Tanjay, NEMPCO, the Medical Staff of NOPH, the RHU I & RHU II of Tanjay, Dir. Jordan T. Salma and Engr. Neil T. Salma. The services of “tuli” for the young boys and “tusok” for the young girls of Tanjay were free, including the earrings for the girls. The city government donated 109 pairs of earrings, 20 were from NORECO 2, 2 were from the recipients themselves, while one (1) came from the doctor,

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nal tally at the end of the 272 barangays within its anybody’s social day was 323 recipient chil- coverage area is now standing or financial dren, 191 for “tuli” and 132 within reach, having enerfor “tusok”. The demand gized already 264. The capability. In the near for more of the same mir- Coop may have to come up future these awards rored the gratefulness and with more or better pro- may play second satisfaction of the people grams to make them more fiddle to the award who became beneficiaries meaningful to the mem- that the Coop desires of the project. bers, as well as enabling most of all - that award Other outreach pro- more to avail of such pro- for a job well done grams of the Coop include grams or projects.. from the member-conthe mortuary assistance to As it strives to reach sumers themselves. the family of the deceased out more consumers NORECO 2 members, the as a gesture of apquarterly prompt payment preciation for makraffle for the conscientious ing the Coop what it electric consumers and is now, a MEGA the light-a-house project large Category A+ for the truly indigent fami- Coop, the NORECO lies of the province. 2 Board and ManLast year’s 3.83% in- agement would like crease in Coop’s member- to express its fondship brought this est hopes to be able total to 74,537 and the rise to 88,812 house con- NORECO 2 HEADQUARTERS nections was BY NIGHT due, likewise, to the 4.61% inGM Engr. EPHRAIM TACLOB crease in house connection applications. The difference in the number of membership to the number in house connections is mainly due to the fact that a member can have one or more house connection applications, as in the case of apart-

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to heal. Words can also encourage or edify.”… But let everyone be quick to hear, slow to speak and slow to anger.” James 1:19. But silence intended as a weapon to hurt our spouse should be discouraged. Long silence can create bitterness in the heart. The hardest part to live with is the softness of the indifference. Conflicts and quarrels should always have happy endings. We can use them as tools to make us grow closer than ever, not farther from each other. They can be a learning experience to improve. But it’s a lot better to minimize conflicts. Resolve conflicts before they overwhelm us. As what Paul says, don’t let the sun go down while you are angry. You can’t love people in Slices, said King Arthur in Camelot. We cannot choose the good part only, but we have to take the weaknesses and frailties as well. Are humans capable of this kind of love? Agape Turn to page 7

Republic of the Philippines 7th Judicial Region REGIONAL TRIAL COURT Branch 64 Guihulngan, Negros Oriental FC SP. PROC. NO. 06-01-L FOR: ADOPTION IN THE MATTER OF ADOPTION OF THE MINOR KAXANDRA YZOBEL, ZUNIEGA CALUMBA, BORN IN TAMBO, AYUNGON NEGROS ORIENTAL, ON MAY 1, 2003. SPOUSES MC CLAIN S. CALUMBA & NORBERTA Z. CALUMBA, Petitioners. X ------------------------------------------------------ /

O R D E R Finding the verified petition filed on May 11, 2006 for adoption of this minor Kaxandra Yzobel Zuniega Calumba, born in Tambo, Ayungon, Negros Oriental on May 1, 2003 by petitioners Spouses Mc Clain S. Calumba and Norberta Z. Calumba to be sufficient in form and substance, it is hereby ordered that the same be set for hearing on August 30, 2006 at 8:30 o’clock in the morning before this Court. Any interested party, may file a written opposition or contest the petition on valid ground, and may appear on the date, hour, and place set forth in order that the same may be heard. Let this order be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the Province of Negros Oriental and the cities of Bayawan, Dumaguete, Tanjay, and Canlaon at he expense of the petitioners, once a week for three consecutive weeks. Let copy of this order be furnished to the Office of the Solicitor General and Atty. Herbert P. Timtim, counsel for the petitioner. The Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office of the Municipality of La Libertad, Negros Oriental is hereby directed to conduct a case study of the children and the so called adopters, and to submit its report and recommendation at least thirty (30) days before the scheduled date of hearing. SO ORDERED, June 1, 2006, Guihulngan, Negros Oriental, Philippines.

The Negros Oriental June 4, 11 & 18, 2006

(Sgd) MARIO O. TRINIDAD Presiding Judge


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Acquitted couples on ... detained for From suchpage 1 period, could not be con- ence of drug paraphernalia victed because there were was presented; lapses again in handling the 3. Evidence seized were case resulting in reason- signed by accused WITHable doubt on the part of OUT the assistance of counthe Court. sel or his lawyer; thus evidence cannot be admitted; Judge Tan said : “When 4. The arresting police there is reasonable doubt as could not be pinpointed beto the guilt of the accused, he cause both said they made the must be acquitted, even arrest; court was confused; though his innocence may be 5. Court could not find doubted since the constitu- the testimonies of prosecution tional right to be presumed witnesses who marked and innocent until proven guilty where the seized items were can only be overthrown by marked by the police;’ proof beyond reasonable 6. The clothesline were doubt, under People vs. the shabu was kept was outDivina.” side the fence of the residence On the other hand, sen- of the accused , thus shabu tenced to life imprisonment found outside the residence was Rolly Hanayan, found subject of search warrant guilty of selling 9.84 grams was inadmissible; of dried marijuana fruiting 7. Inconsistency of as tops; he was also fined to who among the two arrestP500,000. Also sentenced were ing officers did the actual arBebiana Beltran, 14 years and rest, SPO2 Galabay or PO3 fined P300,000; and Roderick Abella; court is confused of Lenihan, 12 years and fined conflicting testimonies of the P300,000 both for illegal pos- PNP; 8. SPO2 Galabay said session of.05 gram and .07 he saw the accused throw the gram shabu, respectively. evidence; but later he testified -o0oLAPSES. LAPSES. that he saw A CHILD throw away the evidence; Court was AGAIN. In finding lapses which confused; 9. Prosecuting Fiscal amounted to reasonable doubt that led to the dismissal of the failed to prove conspiracy , case of couple Antonio and that just because accused Susan Quilaguia, Judge Tan were husband and wife was not sufficient proof that there found the following lapses: 1. Main evidence of was conspiracy; and 10.No testimony would damaged faucet where the shabu was kept and the Astro show that the procedure in Cigarette pack where the the conduct of search was other shabu was kept were followed; With all these lapses, not presented, thus a failure in presenting the indispensable Judge Tan dismissed the case, and set the couple-suspect corpus delicti of the crime; 2. No proof of exist- free after 3 years of detention.

NOTICE is hereby given that the heirs of the late LINO A. ALMAGRO have filed and executed a Deed of Heirship, Extrajudicial Settlement and Partition on Lot No. 1408-B-2, Psd-189455 covered by TCT No. 25125; Two thirds (2/3) undivided share Lot No. 1408-A, Psd-117649, covered by TCT No. 21994; Lot No. 2383; commercial building constructed on Lot No. 2383, with TD No. 9903-008-00211; commercial building constructed on Lot No. 2383, with TD No. 99-03-008-00212; residential building constructed on Lot No. 2383, with TD No. 99-03008-00213; residential building constructed on Lot No. 2383, with TD No. 99-03-008-00214; and commercial building constructed on Lot No. 2383, with TD No. 99-03008-00215 per Doc. No. 259, Page No. 53, Book No. 121, Series of 2006 of Notary Public Atty. Frederick E. Bustamante. The Negros Chronicle June 4, 11 & 18, 2006

DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT AND SALE NOTICE is hereby given that the heirs of the late JULIETA KITANE have filed and executed a Deed of Extra-Judicial Settlement And Sale on Lot No. 10357, BGSS-07-03-000029, under TD No. 2005-20-001-01005, situated at Barangay Poblacion, Zamboanguita, Negros Oriental, containing an area of 960 sq.m., in favor to Humbert Kitane per Doc. No. 331, Page No. 67, Book No. VII, Series of 2005 of Notary Public Atty. Rafael L. Orillana. The Negros Chronicle May 21, 28 & June 4, 2006

THINKING FREE

It is NOT FAIR to Mayor Perdices (From page 1)

It is NOT FAIR to Mayor Perdices that his name is peddled around the halls of the City Council to give the impression that it is he who is interested in the railroading of Ordinance No. 88. Relative to the “trust fund” provision, it is reported by at least two defenders of Ordinance No. 88 that Mayor Perdices is elated that the trust fund forcibly exacted from the pedicab drivers and operators now reaches almost P1 million. However, media reports have it that Mayor Perdices has declared that the City is prepared to refund the pedicab drivers and operators if Ordinance No. 88 is disapproved. I am also surprised why supporters of Ordinance No. 88 are misrepresenting that Mayor Perdices is in favor of collecting “extra” Mayor’s Permit Fee to contribute to a trust fund. This is false. During one caucus at his office, Mayor Perdices said that the controversial trust fund provision may be deleted if desired by the City Council. The “extra” Mayor’s Permit Fee which amounts

to 70% of the fee to be collected increases the permit fee to fifteen (15) times more than the present rate. 15 times or over 1000% increase makes Ordinance No. 88 OPPRESSIVE. Aggravating is the fact that its intended victims are members of the URBAN POOR. Indeed, passing Ordinance No. 88 is a social crime against poverty. It is anti-social justice. Daug-daug sa mga kabus! Imagine the Mayor’s Permit Fee portion of the Ordinance is only 30% of P300 which is only P90. However, Ordinance No. 88 would require Pedicab drivers to pay P210 more for a trust fund, which is no longer part of the Mayor’s Permit Fee. Mayor’s Permit Fee is a regulatory fee, not a tax. Properly, the fee should just be enough to provide expenses for regulation and supervision. Ordinance No. 88 wants to collect beyond what is allowed. The “excess” or “extra” amount is forcible if not illegal exaction beyond the purview of the Mayor’s Permit Fee. There is massive opposition against Ordinance No. 88 from –

B Y S ALETO J. E RAMES PRINT MEDIA BROADCAST MEDIA PEDICAB DRIVERS and OPERATORS THE PROVINCIAL ATTORNEY It is with enough basis that we say that public opinion is against Ordinance No. 88. Even the general public would be affected since pedicab drivers and operators may pass the illegal extra burden to the riding public. The author of Ordinance No. 88 in last Thursday’s session made an attempt to execute a legal legerdemain by rewording its title, obviously, to make it sound more legally palatable. It’s useless! Because the legal defect permeates the whole body of the Ordinance.

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eople look forward to retirement, a time in the future where they do not have to work, were time is not hurried and life is relaxed. Yet for this man, he has not and might not yet retire in the near future. At 87 years old he is still flying all over the country going to the towns and cities where he brings his gift of vision to the less privileged. He has rubbed on his mission and vision to young idealistic eye doctors and nurses who willingly give their time and skill to special free eye missions in government hospitals. I first met Dr. Edgardo Caparas in 1985 while he was doing free eye medical mission in Guihulngan District Hospital doing free cataract operations. He has since then come more than 30 times. In the 80’s my father had his cataract operation at Cebu Doctors Hospital and it cost quite a big sum so I appreciated Dr. Caparas’ free services for the poor, and I am sure the patients he served must have been grateful. Today, cataract surgery has advanced so much. During this May eye medical mission at the Negros Oriental Provincial Hospital, the pa- The Grand Old Man tients walked out of the hospi- Dr. Edgardo Caparas, tal a few hours after the sur- 87 and going strong gery already able to se. It must be doubly satisfying for the young doctors to see the miracle of surgery on the poor patients who otherwise would never be able to afford this surgery. I chanced upon the doctors having their late lunch at three pm, tired but happy, enjoying a simple meal in a makeshift dining table near the Operating Room. I asked them if they had a chance to see some sites in the city; they said that except for a view of our beach, courtesy of Mrs. Josephine Ng, who hosted a sumptuous dinner for them in her beautiful beachside residence in Cangmating they saw only our airport and the hospital, as they were kept busy by the stream of patients since they arrived. Throughout their mission, Dr. Filemon Flores, known to many here in Dumaguete as Monie, and Senior Nurse Emmy Gadingan were the coordinators who smoothed out the way for the mission, Through the years, Dr. Caparas had called on Dr, Flores to help with the physical and medical arrangements for the eye mission. I never realized the mission entails a lot of equipment many of them sensitive apparatus. Mark Gobenseng, whose family owns the Delta Fastcraft, was kind enough to accommodate their 18 luggages and bags of equipment and apparatus for the trip to Siquijor and back for a minimal fee. Even the pier porters were impressed when we told them the doctors were giving treatment for free. So, with over a hundred surgeries on this visit, the province and Siquijor look forward to the next eye medical mission. La Libertad is next on their calendar this November, and the grand old man, Dr. Caparas will be around with his dynamic young team.

Doctors and Nurses of the surgical team, taking a break at three pm for lunch

12 Silliman President ...From page 12 School in 1970. He finished college at the University of the Philippines-Dilliman in 1974, with a degree of BA Philosophy. He holds an MA in Philosophy and another MA in International Affairs (Southeast Asia Studies; Major in Economics; Minor in Political Science and Philosophy) from Ohio University, Athens; Ohio, and a PhD in Wildland Resource Science from the University of California at Berkeley. Considered an authority in environmental management and international development, Dr. Malayang is a Member of the International Science Planning Committee of the International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change based in Bohn, Germany, Environmental Science Member of the National Committee on Bio-safety of the Philippines, and Member of the Executive Committee of the United Nations Development Programme Portfolio Programs. He worked in government as Undersecretary of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources from 1993 to 1995. Recently, Dr. Malayang served as Team Leader, Mission Leader, and Lead Writer on Empowerment and Governance in projects funded by and conducted in partnership with foreign governments and interna-

tional organizations, including being International Adviser on the National Capacity Self-Assessment Project of the Royal Government of Cambodia. Dr. Malayang is also active in the academe, teaching for 12 years graduate courses on Institutions and Environment, Environmental Impact Assessment, and Contemporary Issues in Environmental Science and Management. He is a Senior Fellow of the Development Academy of the Philippines and Fellow of the Strategic Studies Group of the National Defense College of the Philippines. At the University of the Philippines-Los Baños, he was Full Professor and Dean of the School of Environmental Science and Management. In the field of research, Dr. Malayang has authored several works covering Forest and Environmental Policy and Governance, Biodiversity, Environmental Security, Environmental Philosophy and Ethics, and Institutional and Environmental Transformations in Southeast Asia. According to Professor Magtolis-Briones, “Dr. Malayang is expected to strengthen the service program of Silliman University and maximize his extensive experience in the University of the Philippines, the Development Academy of the Philippines, and the United Nations for the benefit of the University.”

Republic of the Philippines CITY OF BAIS BIDS AND AWARDS COMMITTEE INVIT ATION TO APPL Y FOR ELIGIBILITY AND TO BID INVITA APPLY

The City Government of Bais invites interested bidders to apply for eligibility and to bid for the supply and delivery of the hereunder requirements: ITEM

APPROVED BUDGET FOR THE CONTRACT (ABC) 1.) P. R. #382-06-various electrical materials for Repair and Maintenance – Electrification Power and Energy Structures (Phase II) to be taken from the General Fund. P 113,004.00 2.) P. R.# 391-06-various construction materials For Construction of Deep-wells at Strategic Site Of different barangays of Bais City to be taken 98,020.00 From the 20% Development Fund. P 211,024.00 ======= Bids received in excess of the ABC shall be automatically rejected at bid opening. In order to qualify, bidders should conform to the eligibility criteria as prescribed under Sec. 23.11 of the IRR-A of R.A. 9184. Bidding will be conduct through open competitive bidding procedures using non-discretionary “pass/fail” criteria as specified in the IRR-A of R.A. 9184. As such non-submission of the required documents will result in the disqualification of the bidder. All other particulars relative to the procurement process shall be govern by the Implementing Rules and Regulations of RA 9184 otherwise known as the Government Procurement Reform Act. Bid documents can be obtained upon payment of a non-refundable fee equivalent to the total amount of the ABC of the items in which interested bidders intend to bid, in accordance with the following rates: Below P50,000.00 - 0.5% but not less than P100.00 P50,000.00 but not more than P100,000.00 - 0.45% but not less than P250.00 P100,001.00 but not more than P200,000.00 - 0.4% but not less than P450.00 P200,001.00–P350,000.00 - 0.35% but not less than P800.00 P350,001.00–P500,000.00 - 0.3% but not less than P1,225.00 P500,001.00–P1,000,000.00 - 0.2% but not less than P1,500.00 P1,000,001.00 and above - 0.1% but not less than P2,000.00 and not more than P10,000.00 Bid documents can be obtained at the BAC Secretariat c/o Office of the City Mayor or Office of the City General Services, this city, Tel. Nos. (035) 402-3182, or 402-8115, anytime during office hours; and can also be inquired or particulars. The bidders shall drop their duly accomplished eligibility, technical, and financial documents each in separate sealed envelopes duly marked as such in the bid box at the Conference Room at the Office of the City Mayor on June 15, 2006 at 1:30 P.M. at which place, date and time said envelopes shall be opened in the presence of the members of the BAC, the attending bidders, the observes, or their duly authorized representative. Late bids shall not be accepted. The City Government of Bais reserves the right to accept or reject any bid, and to annul the bidding process and reject all bids at anytime prior to contract award, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected bidder or bidders. (Sgd) CARMELINO L. MORALES (City General Services Officer) BAC Chairman The Negros Chronicle June 4 & 11, 2006

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HOW MEDIA SEES IT, AND NOT OTHERS (From page 2)

forum. But the law has got to be passed because, without it, terrorists will do more harm than good in this country. Enrile said “sorry na lang sa mga masagasahan.” But it’s got to be passed. ZERO PORK. Zero Pork Barrel for the president says the Senate. These actions are just leading this upper chamber closer to their extinction. The senators know that the bicam will still provide the pork, or the president’s discretionary funds. Senators know that their chamber is now moribund. Times have changed and time is up. We just need one legislative body, period. Two chambers won’t work anymore. Sorry na lang. PGMA BOYS AT WAR. It can also be gleaned that the people who guard the President’s life is now on the double. Politically, she is now assured of 2010. But physically, a determined exterminator is always possible. That is why we have those ISAPF and MIG jobs of rounding up Estrada supporters who were reported to be part of the plot to exterminate the president. Naturally, the security people have to pre-empt such event true or false. These things are done regardless of who the President is. That is their job. As good ole’Johnny Erile puts it, “better safe than sorry.” ORDINANCE 88, NOT YET? Funny but a simple ordinance like Ord.88 which increases tricycle fees is having some big fuss in the City Council. Well, the reason, is that some councilors do not want to use their reason, that portions of that ordinance is illegal and will not pass the test. People are paying legislators for useless time. The problem is also pride. Pride to admit one’s inadequacies. Mind you, humility works. And it gets things done faster. Try it. Why force the issue of having 70% trust fund for tricycles when this appears to be unpopular among the stakeholders? Tricycle drivers and operators belong to a sector that cannot vote as one, no matter how much money you lend and remain unpaid. It will just create more trouble. Better enroll these tricycles in established cooperatives like PHCCI or DCCCO, things will run smoother. City Hall is not a repository of trust funds for tricycle drivers. Why insist on that? Pride. Of course.

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT 7th Judicial Region Branch 45 Bais City EXTRA-JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE OF REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE (Under Act 3135, as Amended) RURAL BANK OF MANJUYOD (NEG. OR.), INC., Mortgagee, -versusSPOUSES NESTOR REPOSO AND MARILYN REPOSO, Mortgagors, x—————————————/

NOTICE OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL SALE Upon petition for sale under Act 3135, as amended, filed by Rural Bank of Manjuyod (Neg. Or.), Inc. (Mortgagee), against Sps. Nestor Reposo and Marilyn Reposo (Mortgagors), residents of Domolog, Bindoy, Negros Oriental to satisfy the mortgage indebtedness, which as of February 28, 2005, amounts to ONE HUNDRED NINETEEN THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED FORTY ONE & 66/100 PESOS (P119,341.66), inclusive of the principal, interest, penalty, attorney’s fees and necessary expenses of foreclosure, the undersigned Sheriff will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash and in Philippine currency on JUNE 19, 2006 at 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., at the Office of the Clerk of Court, RTC, Branch 45, Bais City the following properties of the mortgagors, together with the buildings and other improvements existing thereon, to wit: TAX DECLARA TION No DECLARATION No.. 06-011-0185 A parcel of land (Lot No. 815-part, Pls-667-1-A-26-B-PSD) situated at Domolog, Bindoy, Negros Oriental. Bounded on the N., by Lot No. 813 & 812, Pls-667; on the S., by Lot No. 815part, Pls-667-1-A-26-C-PSD; on the E., by Lot No. 815-part, Pls667, 1-A-26-A and on the W., by Lot No. 815-part, Pls-667-1-A26-C-PSD; containing an area of ONE HUNDRED NINETY EIGHT SQUARE METERS, more or less. This Notice of Extra-judicial Sale shall be posted in the Municipality of Bindoy, Negros Oriental, where the property is situated and in the City of Bais, where the sale takes place, and another copy shall be published in a newspaper, to be awarded by raffle. Prospective bidders may investigate for themselves the tax declaration hereinabove-described and the encumbrances thereon, if any there be. Dated this 25th day of May, 2006 at Bais City, Philippines. (Sgd.) NORBERTO V. LACORTE Sheriff IV

The Negros Chronicle May 28, June 4 & 11, 2006

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10-B EXCERPT FROM THE MINUTES OF THE REGULAR SESSION OF THE CITY COUNCIL HELD AT THE SESSION HALL ON APRIL 6, 2006 PRESENT: HON. WILLIAM E. ABLONG, Presiding Officer CITY VICE-MAYOR HON. ROTELIO U. LUMJOD CITY COUNCILOR HON. MANUEL T. SAGARBARRIA CITY COUNCILOR HON. NOEL C. DE JESUS CITY COUNCILOR HON. FRANKLIN O. ESMEÑA CITY COUNCILOR HON. URBANO E. DIGA, JR. CITY COUNCILOR HON. SALETO J. ERAMES CITY COUNCILOR HON. ESPIRIDION V. CATAN CITY COUNCILOR HON. MANUEL C. PATRIMONIO CITY COUNCILOR HON. HARRISON K. GONZALES, Liga President CITY COUNCILOR HON. KARISSA FAYE R. TOLENTINO, SK Chairman CITY COUNCILOR ABSENT: HON. SAMUEL D. DICEN CITY COUNCILOR RESOLUTION NO. 140 Series of 2006 (Co-authored by Councilors Rotelio U. Lumjod and Manuel C. Patrimonio) WHEREAS, the City of Dumaguete has enacted Ordinance No. 125, series of 1997, entitled “The 1997 Omnibus Tax Ordinance of Dumaguete City”. This same ordinance was formulated some then (10) years ago; WHEREAS, since then, the city’s operating expenses have greatly increased but the processing fees remain the same; and WHEREAS, comparative studies have shown that neighboring municipalities, much less progressive as that of Dumaguete, imposed higher subdivision approval and zoning processing fees; and WHEREAS, the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB), in a bid to ensure uniformity and as guide, issued recommended fees common to certain types or class of cities and municipalities. WHEREFORE, on motion of Councilor Rotelio U. Lumjod, duly seconded by Councilors Espiridion V. Catan and Manuel T. Sagarbarria, the City Council in session assembled RESOLVED, AS IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED, to enact the following ordinance: ORDINANCE NO. 17 Series of 2006 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 69 [(m)(2)] AND (n), OF ORDINANCE NO. 125, SERIES OF 1997, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS “THE 1997 OMNIBUS TAX ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF DUMAGUETE” Be it ordained by the City Council of Dumaguete, that: SECTION 1. - Section 69 (m) (2) – Fees for the Processing and Approval of Subdivision Plans and (n) – Schedule of Fees for Zoning and Subdivision Locational Clearance, of Ordinance No. 125, series of 1997, otherwise known as “The 1997 Omnibus Tax Ordinance of the City of Dumaguete”, are hereby amended to read as follows: Name of Fee Rate of Fee I. ZONING/LOCATIONAL CLEARANCE A. Single residential structure attached or detached: 1. P100,000.00 and below - P 200.00 2. Over P100,000.00 to P200,000.00 - P 400.00 3. Over P200,000.00 - P 500.00 + 1/10 of 1% in excess of P200,000 B. Apartments/Townhouses: 1. P500,000.00 and below - P1,000.00 2. Over P500,000.00 to P2 Million - P1,500.00 3. Over P2 Million - P2,500.00 + 1/10 of 1% of cost in excess of P2 Million regardless of the number of doors C. Dormitories: 1. P2 Million and below - P2,500.00 2. Over P2 Million - P2,500.00 + 1/10 of 1% of cost in excess of P2 Million regardless of the number of doors D. Institutional Project Cost of which is: 1. Below P2 Million - P2,000.00 2. Over P2 Million - P2,000.00 + 1/10 of 1% of cost in excess of P2 Million E. Commercial, Industrial and Agro-Industrial Project cost of which is: 1. Below P100,000.00 - P1,000.00 2. Over P100,000.00 – P500,000.00 - P1,500.00 3. Over P500,000.00 – P1 Million - P2,000.00 4. Over P1 Million – P2 Million - P3,000.00 5. Over P2 Million - P5,000.00 + 1/10 of 1% of cost in excess of P2 Million F. Special Uses/Special Projects: (Gasoline Station, Cell Sites, Slaughter-House, Treatment Plant, etc.) 1. Below P2 Million - P5,000.00 2. Over P2 Million - P5,000.00 + 1/10 of 1% of cost in excess of P2 Million G. Alteration/Expansion (affected areas/ Same as original cost only) application H. Temporary Use Permit II. SUBDIVISION AND CONDOMINIUM PROJECTS (Under P.D. 967) A. Approval of Simple Subdivision - P500.00/ha. and below and additional P250.00 for succeeding hectare or fraction thereof • Inspection Fee - P500.00 per application • Alteration of Plan - P200.00 per application B. Approval of Complex Subdivision (open Market, including town houses)

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1. Preliminary Approval and Locational Clearance (PALC) / Preliminary Subdivision Development Plan (PSDP)

- P1,000.00/ha. & below and additional P500.00 for succeeding hectare or fraction thereof • Inspection Fee - P1,000.00/ha. regardless of density 2. Final Approval & Development Permit- - P2,000.00/ha. regardless of density • Additional Fee on floor area of houses & building sold with lot - P2.00/sq.m. • Inspection Fee

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- P1,000.00/ha. regardless of density 3. Alteration of Plan (affected areas only) - P500.00 per alteration 4. Certificate of Completion - P500.00/ha. and below • Certificate Fee and additional P250.00 • Processing Fee for succeeding hectare or fraction thereof 5. Extension of Time to Develop - P350.00 • Inspection Fee - P1,000.00/project (affected/unfinished areas only) regardless of density C. Approval of Condominium Project: Final Approval and Development Permit 1. Processing Fee: • Land Area - P5.00/sq. m. • No. of Floors - P200.00/floor • Building Areas - P4.00/sq. m. • Inspection Fee - P12.00/sq.m. of Ground Floor Area (GFA) 2. Alteration of Plan (affected areas only) - Same as final approval & Development Permit 3. Conversion (affected areas only) Same as final approval & Development Permit 4. Extension of Time to Develop • Processing Fee - P350.00 • Inspection Fee P12.00/sq.m. of Ground (affected/unfinished areas only) Floor Area (GFA) 5. Certificate of Completion • Certificate Fee - P150.00 • Processing Fee - P12.00/sq.m. of Ground Floor Area (GFA) D. Projects under BP 220: 1. Subdivision a) Preliminary Approval and Locational Clearance: a.1) Socialized Housing - P400.00/ha. and below and additional P200.00 for succeeding hectare or fraction thereof a.2) Economic Housing - P800.00/ha. and below and additional P200.00 for succeeding hectare or fraction thereof • Inspection Fee: a.1) Socialized Housing - P250.00 per project a.2) Economic Housing - P500.00 per project b) Final Approval and Development Permit: • Processing Fee b.1) Socialized Housing - P500.00/ha. b.2) Economic Housing - P1,000.00/ha. • Inspection Fee b.1) Socialized Housing - P200.00/ha. b.2) Economic Housing P500.00/ha. c) Alteration of Plan - Same as final approval (affected areas only) & Development Permit d) Building Permit P5.00/sq.m. e) Extension of Time to Develop: • Filing Fee e.1) Socialized Housing - P350.00 e.2) Economic Housing - P350.00 • Inspection Fee (affected/unfinished areas only) e.1) Socialized Housing - P200.00/ha. e.2) Economic Housing - P500.00/ha. f) Certificate of Completion: • Certificate Fee f.1) Socialized Housing - P150.00 f.2) Economic Housing - P150.00 • Processing Fee f.1) Socialized Housing - P200.00/ha. or less f.2) Economic Housing - P500.00/ha. or less g) Occupancy Permit: • Inspection Fee (saleable floor area of the housing unit) g.1) Socialized Housing - P5.00/sq. m. g.2) Economic Housing - P5.00/sq. m. 2. Condominium a) Preliminary Approval and Locational Clearance - P500.00 b) Final Approval and Development Permit b.1) Total Land Area - P5.00/sq.m. b.2) Number of Floor - P100.00/floor

b.3) Building Area - P2.00/sq. m. • Inspection Fee - P2.00/sq. m. c) Alteration of Plan - Same as final approval (affected areas only) & Development Permit d) Extension of Time Develop - P350.00 • Inspection Fee (FA x P2.00 x % - P2.00/sq. m. of saleof remaining development cost) able area e) Certificate of Completion e.1) Certificate Fee - P150.00 e.2) Processing Fee - P3.00/sq. m. of GFA 3. Approval of Industrial Subdivision a) Preliminary Approval and - P1,500.00/ha. & below Locational Clearance and additional P500.00 for succeeding hectare or a fraction thereof • Inspection Fee - P1,000.00/ha. regardless of location b) Final Approval and - P5,000.00/ha. regardDevelopment Permit less of location • Inspection Fee (projects already - P1,000.00/ha. regardInspected For PALC application may less of location not be charged inspection fee) c) Alteration of Plan - Same as final approval (affected/unfinished areas only) & Development Permit • Inspection Fee - P1,000.00/ha. regardless of location d) Extension of Time to Develop - P350.00 • Inspection Fee (affected/ - P1,000.00/ha. Unfinished e) Certificate of Completion e.1) Industrial - P350.00/ha. regardless of location e.2) Commercial - P500.00/ha. regardless of location 4. Approval of Commercial Subdivision a) Preliminary Approval and - P1,500.00/ha. & below. Locational Clearance and additional P500.00 for succeeding hectare or a fraction thereof • Inspection Fee - P1,000.00/ha. regardless of location b) Final Approval and - P5,000.00/ha. regardDevelopment Permit less of location • Inspection Fee (projects already - P1,000.00/ha. regardInspected For PALC application may less of location not be charged Inspection fee) c) Alteration of Plan - Same as final approval (affected/unfinished areas only) & Development Permit • Inspection Fee - P1,000.00/ha. regardless of location d) Extension of Time to Develop - P350.00 • Inspection Fee (affected/ - P1,000.00/ha. regardUnfinished areas only) less of location e) Certificate of Completion e.1) Industrial - P350.00/ha. regardless of location e.2) Commercial - P500.00/ha. regardless of location 5. Approval of Farm lot Subdivision a) Preliminary Approval and Locational Clearance - P200.00/ha. & below • nspection Fee - P500.00/ha. & below b) Final Approval and - P1,000.00/ha. Development Permit • Inspection Fee (projects already - P500.00/ha. & below Inspected for PALC application may Not be charged inspection fee) c) Alteration of Plan - Same as final approval (affected areas only) & Development Permit d) Extension of Time to Develop - P350.00 · Inspection Fee (affected/ - P1,000.00/ha. Unfinished areas only) e) Certificate of Completion e.1) Certificate Fee - P150.00 e.2) Processing Fee - P1,000.00/ha. or less 6. Approval of Memorial Park/Cemetery Project/Columbarium a) Preliminary Approval and Locational Clearance a.1) Memorial Projects - P2,000.00/ha. & below and additional P500.00 for succeeding hectare or a fraction thereof a.2) Cemeteries - P2,000.00/ha. & below and additional P500.00 for succeeding hectare or a fraction thereof a.3) Columbarium - P2,500.00/ha. • Inspection Fee a.1) Memorial Projects - P1,000.00/ha. a.2) Cemeteries - P500.00/ha. a.3) Columbarium - P12.00/sq.m. of Ground Floor Area (GFA) b) Final Approval and Development Permit b.1) Memorial Projects - P2.00/sq. m. b.2) Cemeteries - P1.00/sq. m.. b.3) Columbarium - P200.00/floor P4.00/sq.m. of GFA - P5.00/sq.m. of Land Area c) Extension of Time to Develop - P350.00 • Inspection Fee (affected/unfinished areas only) c.1) Memorial Projects - P1,000.00/ha. c.2) Cemeteries - P500.00/ha. c.3) Columbarium - P12.00/sq. m. of the remaining Ground Floor Area (GFA) d) Certificate of Completion • Certificate Fee - P150.00 • Processing Fee d.1) Memorial Projects - P1,000.00/ha. d.2) Cemeteries - P500.00/ha. d.3) Columbarium - P4.00/sq.m. of Ground Floor Area (GFA) e) Other Transactions/Certifications • Application/Request for: e.1) Advertisement Approval - P500.00 e.2) Cancellation/Reduction of Performance Bond - P2,000.00 e.3) Lifting of Suspended Licenses to Sell - P2,000.00 e.4) Exemption from Cease and Desist Order - P150.00 e.5) Clearance to Mortgage - P1,000.00 e.6) Lifting Cease and Desist Order - P2,000.00 e.7) Change of Name/ Ownership - P1,000.00 e.8) Voluntary Cancellation of CR/LS - P1,000.00 e.9) Revalidation/Renewal of - 50% of assessed Permit (Condominium) current processing Fees including • Other Certifications: e.1) Zoning Certifications - P500.00/ha. & below e.2) Certification of Town Plan/ Zoning Ord. Approval - P150.00 e.3) Others, to include: 3.a) Availability to records/ Public request - P100.00 3.b) Certificate of no records on file - P100.00 3.c) Certified Xerox copy of Documents (report size) - Documents of five (5) pages or less - P30.00 - Every add’t. page - P3.00 e.4) Photocopy of documents - P5.00 f) Research/Service Fee (50% discount for students) f.1) Photocopy (Maps: Subdivision/ Condo. Plans; presentation - P100.00 f.2) Hard copy from files - P30.00 1st 5 pages; (License to Sell data) - P5.00/page in excess of 5 pages f.3) Electronic File (License to Sell available data) - P500.00/file; additional P50.00 for rush job f.4) Electronic File (Land Use Maps available) - P10,000.00 f.5) Certified True Copy – Map (Land Use Plan/Zoning Map) - P100.00 SECTION 2. Repealing Clause – All ordinances, or parts thereof inconsistent with this Ordinance are hereby modified and or repealed accordingly. SECTION 3. Effectivity – This Ordinance shall take effect after a copy of this ordinance shall have been published in a newspaper of general circulation in the Province of Oriental Negros. UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED. oooO ooo I hereby certify to the correctness of the above quoted resolution with an ordinance. (Sgd.) RAMON A. VILLAROSA City Secretary ATTESTED: (Sgd.) WILLIAM E. ABLONG City Vice-Mayor Presiding Officer

Cha-Cha Character Change

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hat our country needs badly is a CHANGE OF CHARACTER from our leaders, politicians, public servants down to the electorate. Until this happens, there is no use changing words on a piece of paper. This only amounts to shifting chairs on the deck of a sinking ship.

DOM. These two elements are major ingredients for empowerment. EMPOWERMENT then will cause Characters to CHANGE.

How do we do it? Start with massive EDUCATION or “reeducation” if you like. And then work hard for ECONOMIC FREE-

How long will it take? Who knows? But if we take the first step today, we will arrive there sooner than later….Have a nice day!

Can’t Love ... From page 13 love which is divine love is the heart of marital intimacy. It is giving. It is unconditional. It is the way Christ loves us. That when we were yet sinners He already died for us. Many children agree that love begins at home. We cannot give something that we do not have. If love fills the home, it overflows and it becomes contagious and we become better members of our society. Children feel secure if their parents love each other. Sometimes the basis on how we deal with our

marriages is from the way we saw our parents handle theirs. It is also sad to note that motherhood, or being a wife or a husband is not taught in universities. We spend time learning math, sciences, etcetera, but we are not equipped on how to please our spouses or children. For those of us who choose to marry and have children, we become wives or mothers for the rest of our lives. Aside from agape love, Phileo is needed in marriage. Your wife should be your best friend. Now the world is bombarding us with messages of romance and sex through

the media. Most of them are the wrong kind. Strangely, our churches are silent about sex. Our children learn from the wrong sources, and suffer the consequences. Ironically, some married couples are suffering from lack of intimacy. Sad to say marriages are broken because physical closeness is taken for granted. Husbands and wives are physically together but not really together. Sex is sacred. It is a beautiful gift from God if it is within the bounds of marriage. The RIGHT people who have the greatest liberty to enjoy it is you and your spouse.

WANTED IMMEDIATELY Female Help (s) for Manila • Lavandera / Assistant Cook • Yaya / Tutor 8 year-old child Must be at least a High School graduate.

APPROVED: (Sgd.) AGUSTIN R. PERDICES City Mayor/lbtorres The Negros Chronicle June 4, 11, 18, 2006

Contact in Dumaguete (Gigi) 0927-885-9099 Compensation : P 3,000 / month


NORECO 2 uyon sa ikaduhang asembliya

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isuportahan sa management sa Negros Oriental Cooperative 2 kon NORECO 2 ang hangyo ni Dumaguete city mayor Agustin Perdices, nga mopahigayon ug laing asembliya sa NORECO sulod niining tuiga. Dinhi sa dakbayan gitanyag sa kagamhanang himu-on ang assembly probinsyal nga walay interharon tuki-on pagbalik ang est, alang unta sa Padayon sa pahina 3 nawagtang nga pahulam nga

Yagyag An affiliate publication of the Negros Chronicle

Ang Mantalaang Nag-alagad sa Masa

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Banilad subdivision mihimog resolusyon sa suliran sa kawat

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sa ka resolusyon ang gipakanaug sa tulo ka mga subdivision sa Bgry. Banilad ning dakbayan, tungod sa nagpadayong pagpangawat nga nahitabo sa brgy. Banilad nga wala mahatagig kasulbaran. Ang tulo ka mga subdivision sa Banilad naglakip sa San Jose village, Dr. Oracion subdivision, ozoa subdivision, inubanan sa ubang grupo, ang mipakanaug ug usa ka resolusyon ngadto sa konseho sa brgy. Banilad, kinsa mga biktima sa mga nahitabong kawat ug tulis sa ilang dapit.

Si Edgar Tebio ang usa sa nga-awhag sa maong resolusyon nga kini ilang gihimo sa katarungan nga naalarma na ang mga molopyo sa Banilad, tungod sa maong panghitabo. Matud pa ni Nahilo sa tahong ang mga personalidad nga naila nga taga Lungsod sa Tebio nga nagsugod ang Zamboaguita ug taga Lungsod sa Siaton ug daling gidala sa tambalanan sa maong pagpangawat

niadto pang tuig 1998, dihang hapit tanang balay niini nabiktima sa pangpanglungkab. Hangtud karon nagpadayon ang mga hitabong pagpangawat diin matud pa wa gyud mahatagig kasulbaran sa kapulisan ning

dakabyan.hinu-on gikalipay sa mga sakop sa kapulisan ning dakbayan ang pagpaguwa sa maong resolusyon, ug matud pa niini nga ilang hatagag dinaliang aksyon ang mga nahitabong tulis ug kawat sa nasangpit nga Barangay.

probinsya aron alang sa ilang kaluwasan.

Nahilo sa TAHONG Apo nagmalampuson gumikan sa red tide U Medical misyon sa

sa ka medical, dental misyon ang gipahigayon sa Apo Island niadtong adlawng sabado mayo 20 tuig 2006.nakadawat sa libreng kunsulta ingon man mga libreng tambal nga nagagikan sa nagkalain-laing anawagan karon ang Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources sa tanang katawhan dinhi nga tinubdan dinhi sa lalawigan sa Neg. Or. Ang nasangpit gidili lang una ang pagkaon ug tahong nga gikan sa Siit Bay sa lungsod sa Siaton Neg. Or. Aron nga misyon gipasiugdahan sa kapulisan dinhi sa paglikay nga mahilo sa maong pagkaon. probinsya.

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Positibo sa red tide toxin basis a pag tu-on nga gihimo sa ulohang buhatan. Walay makabiyahe ug makabaligya ug tahong gikan sa nahisgutang lugar. Hinu-on dili apektado ang ubang klase

sa isda gikan sa lugar basta presko lang ug tarongon lang paglimpio una kini lutu-on. Kuhaan una kini ug hasang ug mga tinae. Kahinumduman nga siyam ka mga pasyente ang

nalandig sa tambalanang probinsyal niadtong nakalabayng semana tungod kay nahilo human kini makakaon ug tahong gikan sa Siit Bay sa Siaton Neg. Or. Samtang sa pagsubay sa

BFAR positibo ang pito ka mga kadagatan sa Luzon, Visayas, ug Mindanao. Kinahanglang suhiron pag ayo ang tahong nga ilang napalit aron luwas ug mahalikay sa pagkahilo.

Sila si Dr. Luis Nestor, Dr. Angelo Arias, Dr. Butler Thalia, Dra. Sarah Thalia, Dr Amor, Dr Ben Papa, miss Thelma Aguilar, ug miss Analie Dela Rosa,

ang nag dumala sa nasangpit nga misyon. Diha atul sa maong kalihukan si Dauin mayor Rodrigo Alanano kinsa mihatag sa Padayon sa pahina 3

Santa Cruzan nakapalambo sa dakbayan ug probinsya

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ng nakalabay na nga Santa Cruzan gihulagway nga dako kaayong natabang sa atong turismo sa Oriental Negros. Gidag sa baggang doot sa katawhan ang Santa Cruzan bispiras palang. Ang mga inilang Hotel sa dakbayan polibook na pati sab ang mga plight. Nag pamatuod nga gidaksa sa bagang doot sa mga katawhan ug mga torista ang dakbayan tungod sa tinuig na nga kalihukan ang Santa Cruzan Festival. Gipaningkamotan sa buhatan nga masibya ang maong kalihukan dili lang dinhi sa Dumagete kun

dili pate na lukop nasud sa Pilipinas. Gituohan nga dili lang mga torista ang nalingaw pati sab ang mga Pilipino nga gikan pa sa laing lugar nga naka saksi sa maong kalihukan. Usa sa inila nga dakong kalihukan sa Central Visayas ang Santa

Cruzan ug gipaabut nga masdako pa kini kay sa naaging tuig. Gipangandoy nga ang Santa Cruzan mo sunod na unya sa agi sa Sinulog sa Cebu. Pag ka human sa pa- Malampuson nga natapos ang Santa Cruzan niadtong niaging Dominggo dinapit rade gisunod dayon ang ang mga inilang artista ug gidugok kini sa bagang duot sa mga katawhan nga showdown diha sa City Padayon sa pahina 3 nagpaila sa kalambu-an sa turismo sa Oriental Negros.


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Guwardya nga natulog sa Rizal Boulevard gikasab-an sa pulis

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sa ka guwardya ang nasakpan sa kapulisan nga natulog sa may Rizal Boulevard, tungod sa sobrang kahubog niini. Ang guwardya giila nga si Jose Verbo kinsa maayong pagkahinanok tungod sa kahubog, ug naglisod pa ang mga pulis pagpukaw niini. Nasikup sa kapulisan sa Lungsod sa Bacong ang lima ka mga batan-on nga nag suyop sa Rugby ug dali kining gidala sa mga kapulisan sa ilang presohan ug gi imbistigar tukmang sumbong ang atubangon sa mga suspetsado

Gidala ang guwardya sa buhatan sa kapulisan ug gikasab-an tungod sa sayop niining binuhatan. Tungod sa maong hitabo gipatawag ang tag-iya sa security

Roadside program ni

PGMA, gidayeg ni Bise Gob.

agency diin mahisakop ang guwardya, ug nga kini kahatagan ug leksyon. Maayo lang gani kay wala kuha-a sa mga bugoy ang kalibre 38 nga pistola

nga diha sa iyang hawak, samtang kini nahinanok sa pagkatulog. Sa pagkakaron temporaryong gihipos ang armas sa guwardya diha sa kapulisan ning dakbayan.

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sa ka amahan ang gitikbas sa iya ra sab nga kaugalingong anak niadtong miaging adlaw. Ang amahan naila nga si Capistrano Castrinse, 60 anyos ang panuigon, usa ka mag-uuma ug molpyo sa may Brgy. idayeg ni Bise Gob. Jose Petit Baldado, ang bag-ong road Bonawon, Siaton. Ang biktima gitigbas patay sa iya ra sab nga kaugalingong side job creation ni presidente Gloria Macapagal Arroyo. anak, nga si Nestor Castrinse, 38 anyos ang panuigon, menyo, usa ka magug molopyo sa may sitio malas balas brgy. Sto. Nino Tanjay City. ginamit Matud pa ni baldado nga bisan unsang programa nga uuma ang sundang sa iyang anak sa pagtikbas.

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magahatag ug panarbaho kini maayo kaayo. Ang maong pahayag sa bise Gob. kini gihimo agig tubag sa migawas nga isyu nga kini gituyo paglusad Sumala pa sa kapulisan ang anak, gamit ang sanggot parte sa iyang lawas, maoy ang maong programa tungod sa nagsingabot nga pinili-ay. sa lungsod sa Siaton nga ug kini naigo dapit sa li-og. hinungdan sa hinalali niining Matud pa ni baldado nga iyang nalantawan nga maayo ang maong programa, sukwahi sa mga pagsaway sa uban. Gibana-banang mokabat sa 9 ka milyon ka pesos ang gigahin alang sa

roadside job creation nga gigahin dinhi sa Neg. Or., kini matud pa sa Department of Public Works and Highways kon DPWH. Kahinumduman nga bag-o lang nga gibuksan

ang nasangpit nga programa diha sa DPWH dapit sa may Brgy. Cangmating Sibulan, Neg. Or. Niadtong nakalabayng semana.

tungod sa kahubog nagsinggit-singgit ang amahan ug nangita ug away. Tungod sa kasaba kini gibuyag sa anak, apan inay mohilom gitikbas na hinu-on

Tungod niini naaghat ang anak sa pagsukol, ug mikuha sab ug sundang ug gitikbas ang a mahan sa makaduha ka higayon ug kini naigo sa nagkadaiyang

kamatayon. Human sa maong hitabo ang suspetsadong anak boluntaryo kining mitahan sa iyang kaugalingon ngadto sa buhatan sa kapulisan sa lungsod sa Siaton.

Mag-live in nadakpan sa taskforce 24

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adakpan sa kapulisan ning dakbayan ang maglive in partner nga sila si Alfredo Katuray, 32 anyos ang panuigon ug si Monica Adonis 18 anyos ang nadakpan sa Task force 24, atul sa buy bust operation nga gihimo sa Brgy. Lo-oc ning dakbayan niadtong nakalabayng adlaw. Nakuha sa panimalay sa mga suspek ang lima ka saschet nga gituhuang shabu, ug uban pang mga drug paraphernalia ug mark money nga gigamit sa nasangpit nga operasyon. Gihimakak sa lalaking

suspek ang iyang kalambigitan samtang hilom lang nga naminaw ang babayeng suspek. Sumala pa sa kapulisan nga miambak sa ikaduhang andana sa ilang panimalay ang lalaking suspek sa

dihang nahitabo ang dinaganay, apan matud pa sa lalaki nga wala siya mohimo niini. Nagtu-o ang Gisikup sa mga sakup sa Taskforce 24 ang mga inilang pesonalidada sa gidiling mga pulis nga dili lang user druga diha sa Brgy. Looc ning dakbayan naila ang Looc nga usa sa lugar sa kon dili mga pusher ang mag dakbayan nga naggikan ang ginadiling druga live-in nga ilang nasakote.

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ahimo na nga computerized ang tanang kagamitan sa Negros Oriental Probinsyal Hospital, kini agig tubag ug sulbad, ug haron nga makorihi-an ang mga sayop sa nasangpit nga tambalanan. Kining maong lakang gihimo tungod kay wala magkatakdo ang mga record sa mga pasyente, diin kini gireklamo sa Philippine health insurance office. Ang maong problema Gisikup sa kapulisan ang mag live-in nga naghupot sa gidiling drugas diha sa wala malilong sa Brgy. Looc ning dakbayan tukmang sumbong ang giatubang sa mga suspetsado Padayon sa pahina 3

Yagyag Ang Yagyag, ang mantalaan nga nag alagad sa masa mugula matag Adlawng Miyerkules, Ang buhatan naa sa Piapi, Dumaguete City. REX BIEN CORNELIO Publisher MOKONG RAMEREZ / JUNNICK YAISO Editorial Writers DONARD DAYOT News Editor EDMUND SESTOSO, STEVE GABRIEL Contributors RUBEN LABARES Graphics


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Cong. Herminio Teves pinakadato

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Nabaniug karun sa kaulohan nga ang mga Midia Angay padad-on ug armas alang sa pag protekta sa ilang kaugalingon kini human nahitabo ang pagpatay sa usa ka kumentarista didto sa Palawan

Vice mayor nakalitan sa pag appoint ni Napao sa DepEd

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ako na lamang ang katingala ni Dumaguete vice mayor Will iam Ablong human masayri niini nga gihimo na ang turn over sa City Schools Division dinhi sa dakbayan, agig pagsugod sa bag-ong napili nga division superintendent nga si Licerio Napao. Matud pa ni Ablong nga nakalitan sila sa kalit nga gihimo sa DEP ED ning dakbayan nga wala gani magpahibalo sa mga opisyal dinhi.

aila si 3rd district Cong. Herminio Teves nga maoy pinakadako ug assets and liabilities labaw nila ni Cong. Macias ug ni Cong. Jing Paras. Base sa pagtu-on si cong. Teves adunay summary report sa assets and liabilities sa 236 ka mga congresista sukad niadtong desyembre 2005. Si cong. Teves nagpakita nga dunay total nga assets nga 83. 8 milyones ka pesos ug total liabilities nga 20 milyones ka pesos, ug may network nga 63. 8 milyones. Si Teves maoy ika 28 ka Congressman sa tibu-ok nasud nga nagpakita ug dakong assets and liabilities. Samtang si 2nd district Cong. Emilio Macias maoy ika 65 nga dapit nga may total assets nga 31. 6 milyon ka pesos, ug 120 mil. nga liabilities, ug network nga

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sa ka barangay kapitan sa brgy. Malabago ang gitikbas sa makaduha ka higayon. Ang kapitan giila nga si Nestor Alabastro sa barangay Malabago tungod sa bug-at nga hinungdan niini. Samtang naila ang suspek nga si Magno Ventrosa, 42 anyos ang panuigon. Giangkon sa suspek ang krimen nga iyang nahimo, ug bolontaryo kining mitahan sa iyang kaugalingon ngadto sa kapulisan sa lungsod sa Bacong.

kang Dra. Propetiza Lim, tungod sa kataas na sa kasinatian niini kabahin sa panerbisyo. Apan bisan pa niini nga bu-ot pa gihapon

sa bise mayor nga maklaro ang tanan, ilabina nga nakalitan sila sa kalit nga gihimo nga desisyon sa DEP ED ning dakbayan.

NOPH ...

Erwin Vergara nga ang computerization program sa kagamhanang probinsyal kini dugay nang giplano, apan tungod sa problema sa NOPH nahimong dina-lian ang pagpalit sa mga kahimanan sa computer. Ang probinsyal board mihatag ug katungod ni gob.

George Arnaiz nga makahulam ug pondo balor ug 500 milyon ka pesos sa Development bank of the Philippines, aron Matud pa sa suspek macomputerized na ang NOPH, aron dali ang nga kaduha niya pagsusi sa mga record sa kahigayon nga gitikbas pasyente diha sa nasangpit ang kapitan sa katarungan nga tambalanan.

nga siya gipanamastamasan ug sa uban Santa Cruzan ... ikaduha ang Brgy. Piapi lang ang ilang gihulat sa pang bug-at nga hinungdan. Matud pa sa From page 1 ikatulo ang Brgy. Candaw- maong kalihukan. Sa parade suspek nga gipa-angkan Quadrangle 50,000 pe- ay. Samtang Best in Art ang niadtong Sabado napamatud-

sos ang gihatag nga kwarta sa mga intrante alang sa costume ug uban pang kinahanglanon sa presintasyon. Apan nakakoha ug attention ang Brgy. Dose nga dunay mga berdogo. Human sa compeetisyon nigawas nga manana-ug ang Brgy. Junob

Brgy. Candaw-ay Best in sagala ang Brgy. Junob ug Best in Street Dancing and Best in Choreography ang Brgy. Piapi. Salaing bahin hinayhinay na nga nawala ang tinu-od nga kahulogan sa Santa Cruzan matud pa sa mga katawhan nga artista

an human nahugyaw ang mga katawhan sa dihang niagi ang mga artista ug hinayhinay nga nawala sa dihang nakalaabay na kini. Tungod niini kikabalakan nga mahimo nang usa ka commercial activity ang Santa Cruzan sa dakbayan sa Dumaguete. Usa na niini

ka pesos ug network nga mikabat lang sa 12. 9 milyon ka pesos, kini sumala pa sa pagtu-on nga gihimo sa kongreso.

Brgy. Kapitan gitikbas

Hinu-on bisan pa sa nahitabo matud pa ni Ablong nga salig gihapon siya sa katakus ni Licerio Napao nga maoy muhulip

From page 2 kagamhanang probinsyal tungod sa mga reklamo nga ilang nadawat, diin kadaghanan sa mireklamo mao ang buhatan sa philhealth. Matud pa ni provincial legal officer atty.

31. 5 milyones ka pesos. Samtang atua sa ika 132 ka dapit si 1st district Cong. Jing Paras nga may assets nga 19. 5 milyon ka pesos, ug liabilities nga 6. 6 milyon

ang simbahan kay matud pa nga ang parada mga gikan unta sa simbahan motapos sab sa simbahan. Gikwestion usab sa usa ka pare sa Cathedral ang dibosyon sa maong kalihukan. Bisan paman niini andam gihapon

sa kapitan ang iyang asawa ug kini nakabaton gyud ug anak. Uyon ang suspek nga makighusay sa biktima kon kini dili mosang-at ug kaso ngadto kaniya. Apan matud pa sa suspek nga andam sab siya nga

mosang-at ug kaso ngadto sa biktima tungod sa gibuhat niini ngadto kaniya.

ang simbahan motabang sa siyodad sa bisan unsang protesta nga gikinahanglan niini sama sa pagpahigayon ug misa sa wala pa ang kalihukan . Pero gipaabut nga dunay nilain nga Santa

Cruzan ang simbahan nga ipahigayon karong tapos bulan sa Mayo Padayon nga pag ampo sa simbahan nga mahinumduman sa mga katawhan ang tinuod nga kahulogan sa Santa Cruzan.

NORECO 2 ...

Medical ...

From page 1

Nasikup sa mga tinugyanan sa balaod ang usa ka lalaki diha sa Brgy. Motong ning dakbayan nga nanguha sa mga wires nga nagsagyad sa kalsada gihikay sa kapulisan ang tukmang sumbong alang sa suspetsado

MAGNO VENTROSA Suspetsado

pagpalambo sa serbisyo sa panuga dinhi sa dakbayan. Matud pa ni NORECO II General Manager Ephraim Taclob nga nakig ambit sila sa sentimento ni Perdices, ilabina nga ang pahulam alang man unta sa pagpalambu sa maayong serbisyo sa kuryente dinhi sa dakbayan. Sa pagkakaron matud pa ni Taclob nga plano nila ni Mayor Agustin Perdices ug Gob. George Arnaiz nga makigtagbo sa management sa NORECO, haron hisgutan ang pagpahigayon alang sa ikaduhang asembleya sa kooperatiba karong tuiga.

From page 1 iyang mensahe ug nagpasalamat sa tanan nga mihimo sa malampuson nga kalihukan alang sa mga molopyo sa Isla sa Apo. Mitambong sab sa maong kalihukan ang pipila ka mga retiradong opisyal sa kapulisan nga sila si, Gen. Cesar Garcia, P/Dir. Ricardo De Leon, ug P/Dir. Tiburcio Fusilero. Gipasalamatan ni P/ Senior Supt. Melvin Ramon Buenafe ang tanan nga miayuda tungod sa malampusong pagpahigayon sa nasangpit nga kalihukan, ilabina ngadto sa mga donors nga midonar sa mga tambal.


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Forum alang sa charter

change gipahigayon

Yagyag

An affiliate publication of the Negros Chronicle

VOL. I No. 12

Dumaguete City, Pilipinas,

MIYERKULES, May 31,–June 6, 2006

P5.00

Ordinansa 88 paga tukion W

ala gihapon mahinayon ang gikatakdang pagbasura, o ang pag amyenda sa kontrobersyal nga isyu sa ordinansa no. 88. gipahigayon ang regular nga sesyon niadtong adlawng ipahigayon niadtong nakalabayng adlaw ang multi sectoral forum diha huwebes sa konseho sa dakbayan aron unta tuki-on ang pagdivide sa house, sa may Saint Paul University, kalabot sa kausaban sa batakang kon kinsa ang pabor ug supak sa pagbasura og pag amyenda sa balaod dinhi sa nasud. Sila si Dr. Abueva ang chairman sa charter kontrobersyal nga ordinansa.

DR. AB UEV A ABUEV UEVA

PA TERNO

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change advocacy commission kon Adcom maoy nanguna na sa maong tigum. Diha usab ang mga marginalized sector, grupo sa mga mag-uuma, mga tinun-an ug Non Government Organization kon (NGO). Ang tigum sa probinsya sa Negros planong pag usab sa batakang balaod dinhi sa gipasiugdahan sa BBC, Oriental. Ang maong forum tuyo nasud kini gidoso sa pagtuuban sa pakig alayon sa Diocese of Dumaguete, nga gihimo haron makab-ot o nga pinaagi niini maulian kahimtang sa kahusay NAMFREL ug Philippine ang husto nga pagsabot sa ang ug kalinaw sa nasud nga Information Agency kon giplanong pag usab sa pilipinhon, nga maoy sulbad PIA. Diha sab ang uban batakang balaod dinhi sa sa naghigwaos nga pang mga inilang tawo dinhi nasud. Nasayran nga ang kalambuan.

Bansaybansay sa Brgy. Banilad

Apan tungod kay absent sila si kag. Nelson Patrimonio, ingon man si kag. Myrish Cadapan Antonio, wala mahinayon ang

gikatakda unta nga botasyon. Duda uban nga naglikay nga motambong ang duruha ka mga konsehal sa sesyon sa konseho,

tungod sa kainit sa maong isyu. Gikatakda karong hunyo 1 sunod bulan ang pagbotohanay.

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sa ka inilang personalidad sa ginadiling droga sa lungsod sa Jimalalud ang nadakpan pinaagi sa joint operation sa provin cial anti illegal drug special operations group, ingon man sa kapulisan sa Jimalalud. Gironda sa kapulisan ang panimalay ni Oliver Aguilar sa may Barangay Mambaid, Jimalalud Neg. Or. Gihimo ang ronda sayo kagahapon sa buntag pinaagi sa search warrant nga giluwatan Ang bansay bansay ang mga tawo nga bansay dili lamang ka yang ni maghuhukom Ismael Baldado sa dakbayan sa Bais.

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sa ka bansay-bansay ang gikatakdang himu-on sa mga opisyales sa Barangay Banilad ning dakbayan, human kini makadawat ug usa ka resulotion gikan sa tulo ka mga subdivision sa nasangpit nga barangay nga mohimo kinig action labot sa mga nahitabong kawat ug tulis sa ilang dapit. himu-on sa unang semana sa Hunyo inubanan sa mga opisyales sa barangay ug mga sakop sa kapulisan ning dakbayan. Gilauman nga motambong ang mga molopyo sa Banilad, ilabina

mireklamo sa nagsunod sunod nga mga kawat ug tulis sa maong dapit, haron ilang masayran ang mga hisgutanan sa umaabot nga bansay bansay. Kon kasugdan ang bansay-

Brgy. Banilad ang makaangkon sa maong kalihukan kondili lakip na ang ubang Barangay dinhi sa dakbayan sa Dumaguete kini matud pa sa kapulisan.

Dakbayan sa Dumaguete bag-o na ug city school division superintendent

Nakuha gikan sa posesyon sa suspek ang upat ka pakete nga gidudahang shabu, mga nagkalain-laing drug paraphernalias, mga cellphones, ug halin nga balor ug 14 mil ka pesos. Nakuha pa gyud sa posesyon sa suspetsado

ang upat ka nagkalain-laing matang sa armas, duha ka 38, ug usa ka 22, ug usa ka 357 magnum. Lain pa gyung nakuha mao ang usa ka Granada, ug 14 ka mga buhing bala. Dali nga gihimakak sa suspek ang mga butang nga nakuha, nga matud pa dili

iya. Ang mga butang kondili gibilin lang ug ang uban giprenda. Ang suspek pasakahan ug kasong illegal position of fire arms illegal position of prohibited drugs, illegal position of live ammunition and explosives.

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ag-o na usab ang City schools division Superintendent dinhi sa dakbayan sa Dumaguete nga si superintendent Licerio Napao. Usa ka simpleng turn over ang gihimo niadtong nakalabayng adlaw sa buhatan sa department of education kon DEP ED city division. Si Napao maoy mupuli sa katungdanan ni Dra. Propetiza Lim dinhi sa dakbayan bilang bag-ong superintendent, samtang si Lim maoy mopuli kang Napao bilang division superintendent sa dakbayan sa Tanjay. Ang duruha ka mga highschool, kon itandi sa opisyal dako ug pasalamat dakbayan sa Dumaguete sa usag-usa kanila sanglit nga duna lamay 18 ka elwala may mga problema ementary ug unom ka nga nabiyaan sa tagsa nila ka highschool. Samtang mga katungdanan. Ang nanawagan si Napao sa Tanjay division adunay 42 mga ginikanan dinhi sa ka mga tungha-an apil na LICERIO NAPAO City Schools Superintendent ang elementary ug dakbayan nga epa-enroll na Nadakpan na ang inila nga personalidad sa gidiling drugas ug armas nga taga ang ilang mga kaanakan may Jimalalud tukmang sumbong ang atubangon sa suspetsado ang gihikay sa kwarta man ug wala. kapulisan sa Jimalalod.

EMERGENCY TAWGA:

PULIS: 111 • 166 BOMBERO: 160


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