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SEPTEMBER 19, 2010

Silliman U secures campus vs intruders

BY DEMS REY DEMECILLO

lements of the Negros Oriental 2 Electric Cooperative are ready to face their investigators in the House committee on cooperatives or, in the committee on Good Governance, even as the coop board has assured stakeholders of full disclosure in the forthcoming Dumaguete-based public hearing. Turn to page 17

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DURING HAPPIER TIMES, NORECO2 top brass with ousted Dumaguete BOD member Dodong Maputi (right) during a board election in the south. LR Noreco lawyers Arturo Dupio and BM Saleto Erames with GM Ephraim Taclob.

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ot only the city vice mayor Atty Alan Gel Cordova, but the entire community of Dumaguete have criticized and scored the new anti-drug chief enforcing officer one Ferdinand Kintanar (vice Boy Sanchez) of PDEA ( Phil Drug Enforcement Agency) for indiscriminately firing his weapon into the air in what he called his efforts to pacify domestic trouble at Piapi’s Escano Turn to page 18 beach the other

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hree (3) Life sentence were slapped on two brothers and another shabu dealer who were convicted beyond reasonable doubt by Drugs Court presiding Judge Crescencio Tan Jr. Tan who recently resumed after his stint as Supreme Court administrator for Region 7 concerns. In one of five (5) judg- by the special court. The ments promulgated Friday, prosecution was able to adSeptember 17, in the sala of duce proof beyond reasonRTC, Branch 30, able doubt that the two (2) Dumaguete City, a special brothers were found to be court for drug cases, two (2) in possession of 54.22 brothers were each meted grams of shabu contained life imprisonment and or- in thirty five (35) heatdered to pay a fine each of sealed transparent plastic P500,000.00. Ricardo sachets. Libby and Ronaldo of The dangerous drugs Barangay 8, Dumaguete were found in their house City were found guilty for on November 14, 2005, by illegal possession of shabu virtue ofTurn a search warrant to page 18 issued by then Honorable Vic

Love Heals All is exemplified by mother and son affected by cerebral palsy during a DYEM interview in celebration of Cerebral Palsy Week.

“SHARING THE GOOD NEWS ALSO MEANS LEAVING OUR COMFORT ZONES AND EVEN OUR SECURITY.”


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critical reporting HOW MEDIA SEES IT, AND NOT OTHERS BY ELY P. DEJARESCO

(email:dejaresco_ely@yahoo.com)

WHY SUERTRES & JUETENG

cannot be erradicated he answer is simple: suertres and jueteng cannot be eradicated because Filipinos patronize them and even paysup to keep them going. The law enforcers know (including PNoy) that they cannot be eradicated. So we cannot join those laughing over people who think they can stop illegal bookies. Here is another reason: -o0oSuertres and Jueteng winning combinations are based on the LEGAL games of Sweepstakes and Pagcor. Whatever are the PCSO winnings, will also be the winning numbers of suertres even jueteng. The difference is that suertres and Jueteng tickets are sold very cheap which the masses can afford (P1 can win P500). So, why will the poor bet on the more expensive ticket (P10. Can win P5000) when the odds of winning (or losing) are the same? -o0oBesides, the network of these illegal bookies are excellent. They can monitor the winning combination so fast so they can still make the massa believe that they have “connections” to make them win. So, the more the massa will believe them because sometimes, the bookies’ combinations win, too! In short, it’s a simple PR battle. -o0oSo the real enemy of the government against illegal suertres and jueteng is the public PSYCHE itself, or the concept . How can you kill a viable concept? Besides, so many other factors follow. Like the following: -o0oHow many law enforcers are “on the take” courtesy of jueteng and suertres financiers? Every moron knows that. Is it not happening in Negros Oriental? Not all morons know that. This report that even Luzon clergymen are on the take is worse. In short, the psyche or the concept has to be killed if the illegal gambling game has to be stopped. But, can it be stopped at all? Masiao before was based on Jai alai official results, and the bookies were fast in monitoring the results to the provinces, even faster than the official operators themselves. They sleep by day, and work by night. -o0oSo let us not kid ourselves, and PNoy should know better. Arresting the jueteng lords will only give rise to their next of kins. Afterall, the socalled “financiers” are not the REAL financiers, but fronts of the real ones. It’s like the Chinese soliders in the Korean war: the more you massacre them, the more soldiers will advance, until you consume all your bullets. -o0oFilipinos, in the absence of anything worthwhile to do among most of the masses, simply gamble. They even use spiders to fight each other and bet on it, incredible ! -o0oThe only way to stop these illegal games is when PEOPLE stop patronizing them. How? By a dose of their own medicine. How? By simulating another illegal bookie joint, and compete with the existing one. When the tides are shifted to the fake bookies, then they run away with the money and disappear. Next time, people won’t trust the remaining ones. That is how masiao died, and so did Jai alai. Otherwise, tuloy ang laro bibi! -o0oHISTORY: Interior and Local Government Secretary Jesse Robredo said Tuesday that his department is implementing a comprehensive three-point agenda to stamp out the illegal numbers game of “jueteng” in the country. Robredo cited the Department of Interior and Local Government’s anti-jueteng Turn to strate page 17

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BY DEMS REY T. DEMECILLO AND FLORENCE BAESA

TOP OF THE WEEK Solon asks Noy to Mayor halts smoking bare anti-rebel plan to lead by example econd District Rep. George Arnaiz has asked President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino to make public his long-term plan to resolve the decades-old communist and Muslim rebellions that have so far impeded the country’s march towards prosperity. Military officials said that the previous adminis-

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tration of Gloria MacapagalArroyo had dramatically reduced the strength of the communist insurgency and tamed the Moro Islamic Liberation Front or MILF. Arroyo, now a congresswoman of Pampanga, has

proposed the division of the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao into two, for better governance and administration of the covered Turn to page 16

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ong before the smoke-free ordinance of the province was passed, no less than the President of the Mayors’ League of Negros Oriental has stopped his smoking habit to demonstrate a compelling example for his constituents to emulate.

Jimalalud Mayor Reynaldo “Dodoy” Tuanda, who has just been re-elected as President of the Mayors League along with Ayungon Mayor Edsel Enardecido, a non-smoker and the league’s Vice-president, jointly com-

mitted to help in the full implementation of the smoke-free ordinance amid mounting criticisms that local chief executives have not shown enough political will to discourage cigarette Turn to page 17

Silliman U secures Cordova warns campus vs. intruders law enforcers to behave S

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ainly for security reasons, Silliman University stood its ground in regulating the entry of parents and visitors of the elementary department during lunch break amid unconfirmed reports of possible campus intrusion of vandals, burglars and worse, kidnappers.

The University made this unequivocal pronouncement despite severe criticisms from the parents of the pupils who protested the new set of rules governing their entry to the campus. It is believed that the

campus is most vulnerable to intrusion during lunch break when most teachers and administrators are out. Board Member Erwin Macias, who reportedly resigned as President of the Parents and Turn to page 16

tressing that law enforcers must act appropriately to gain respect, Dumaguete City Vice-mayor Alan Gel Cordova warned law enforcement personnel to leave the city if they would only get involved in incidents threatening peace and order.

Cordova, a former elite member of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, reacted sharply after learning that certain personnel of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency got entangled with a group of civilians during a drinking spree at a store along Escaño Beach, Piapi

of this city. Ferdinand Kintanar, local chief of the PDEA, was accused of indiscriminate firing and issuing death threats after learning that one of his men was punched in the face by a civilian. Kintanar and his Cebubased friends Turn to page 18

Buz hubs optimistic of a better economy

usinessmen attending the recently concluded business forum initiated by government and private sectors, have indicated high hopes of an improved economy under the new Aquino dispensation. This came in the wake of an all-time low rating of the country after that embarrassing hostage killing of 8 Hongkong tourists inside a hijacked van.

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Vice Gov Roel Degamo in welcoming the participants said that hopes are high in getting the country back on its feet through an improved economy. City Mayor Manuel Sagarbarria, likewise envisions the sprouting of more medium scale industries here in this capital city dubbed as university town. Among the speakers were ; Elmer San Pascual, Turn to page 18

Businessmen and politicians alike huddle during the Investment forum which was formally opened by Vice Gov Roel Degamo (right) Others in the foto are Rep Meniong Teves, Doro Olaisman, former BM Ernesto Tijing and PEZA manager Roel Cobreros . Mayor Sagarbarria is optimistic that under the PNoy administration, the economy will bounch back despite the hostage crisis experience.


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Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT OF NEGROS ORIENTAL 7th Judicial Region BRANCH 37 (FAMILY COURT DESIGNATE) Dumaguete City IN RE: PETITION FOR ADOPTION OF MINOR AYANNA ADELA MACAY WITH PRAYER FOR THE CHANGE OF NAME OF SAID MINOR TO AYANNA MACAY DIAMOND, SPOUSES MARTON MIKLOS GAAL AND LILIAN MACAY DIAMOND Petitioners. x———————————————————/

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ORDER Petitioner-husband, an American national and his Filipino-American wife, both of legal age and residents of Ogahong, Palinpinon, Valencia, Negros Oriental, claiming to have all the qualifications and none of the disqualifications to adopt, desire to adopt Ayanna Adela Macay, niece of petitioner-wife. Further, petitioners pray that upon the grant of the petition, the name of the aforesaid adoptee be changed to Ayanna Macay Diamond. The petition is set for hearing on October 4, 2010 at 9:00 o’clock in the morning at the session hall of this Court in the Hall of Justice, E.J. Blanco Drive, Dumaguete City. Any interested person may appear on said date, time and place and show cause why the petition should not be granted. Publish this Order once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation in the province of Negros Oriental and its component cities. The last publication shall not be within four (4) months before the date of the scheduled hearing. Likewise, let this Order be posted on the bulletin board of this Court, at petitioner’s expense for at least thirty (30) days before the hearing. Furnish copies of this Order to the petitioners, the Solicitor General and the City Civil Registrar of Dumaguete City at their given addresses. The Court Social Worker, to whom this petition is referred, is directed to immediately conduct a home and case study and submit a report at least thirty (30) days before October 4, 2010. The report signed on every page by the Social Worker concerned, must contain the names and addresses of persons who supplied the collateral information that became the bases of the report. SO ORDERED. Given this 5th day of April 2010 in the City of Dumaguete, Philippines. (Sgd.) NOEL P. CATACUTAN Presiding Judge The Negros Chronicle Sept. 5, 12 & 19, 2010

Republic of the Philippines 7th Judicial Region REGIONAL TRIAL COURT Branch 64 Guihulngan, Negros Oriental SP. PROC. NO. 10-08-G FOR: CORRECTION OF ENTRY

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REGIONAL TRIAL COURT OF NEGROS ORIENTAL 7th Judicial Region BRANCH 34 Dumaguete City

IN THE MATTER OF THE CORRECTION OF ENTRY IN THE BIRTH RECORDS OF ROCHELLE de ASIS, THE ENTRY SEX FROM “MALE” INTO “FEMALE”; THE ENTRY OF BIRTH DATE FROM “ug. 5 82” INTO “AUGUST 5, 1982:; THE CORRECTION OF THE FIRST NAME AND INSERTION OF THE MIDDLE NAME OF HER MOTHER FROM “LITA de ASIS INTO “EMELIA LABABIEGO de ASIS AND THE INSERTION OF MIDDLE NAME OF HIS FATHER AS “PANGARAL” IN THE CITY CIVIL REGISTRAR OF GUIHULNGAN CITY, NEGROS ORIENTAL

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ROCHELLE de ASIS SENADOR, Petitioner, – versus – The OFFICE OF THE CITY CIVIL REGISTRAR OF GUIHULNGAN CITY, NEGROS ORIENTAL, Respondent. x—————————————————————/

ORDER Petitioner, through counsel Atty. Jasper Adrian P. Cadelina, filed a verified petition for correction of entry appearing in her birth records in the office of the Local Civil Registrar of Guihulngan City, Negros Oriental, praying that after due notice, publication and hearing, the National Statistics OfficeManila and/or through the Local Civil Registrar concerned be ordered to change the following corrections to wit: 1. The Petitioner’s sex from MALE into FEMALE; 2. The birth date of petitioner from “ug. 5 82” into “AUGUST 5, 1982:; 3. The correction of the first name and insertion of the middle name of her mother from “LITA de ASIS” into “EMELIA LABANIEGO de ASIS”; and 4. The insertion of middle name of her father as “PANGARAL”; WHEREFORE, finding the petition to be sufficient in form and substance, and in compliance with the jurisdictional requirement of publication, let this Order be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the Province of Negros Oriental once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks before the date of hearing, at the expense of the petitioner. Any interested party may appear on December 14, 2010 at 8:30 o’clock in the morning at the Session Hall of this Court and show cause why the petition should not be granted. SO ORDERED. June 28, 2010, Guihulngan, Negros Oriental, Philippines. The Negros Chronicle (Sgd.) ALEJANDRO S. BAHONSUA, JR. Sept. 19, 26 & Oct. 3, 2010 Acting Presiding Judge Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT OF NEGROS ORIENTAL 7th Judicial Region BRANCH 63 Bayawan City, Negros Oriental SPEC. PROC. NO. 274 IN THE MATTER OF CORRECTION OF ENTRY AS TO SEX FROM FEMALE TO MALE IN THE RECORDS OF BIRTH OF ANGIE ARANAS VILLARIN MELCHORA A. VILLARIN, Petitioner, – versus – THE LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR OF SANTA CATALINA. NEGROS ORIENTAL, Accused. X—————————————————————X O RDER Petitioner, in her verified petition, alleges that she is the biological mother of the minor child Angie A. Villarin who was born on September 12, 1995 at Santa Catalina, Negros Oriental and the fact of his birth was duly recorded before the Office of the Local Civil Registrar of Santa Catalina. However, in the said record of birth of petitioner’s child, the entry as to sex was erroneously entered as FEMALE instead of MALE. Thus, this petition. The petition being sufficient in form and substance, let the same be heard on October 5, 2010 at 9:30 o’clock in the morning, at the Session Hall of this Court along Severino “Nene” Martinez Street, Bayawan City. Interested parties are hereby enjoined to appear on the aforesaid date, time, and place and show cause why the petition should not be granted. Let this Order be published immediately, at the expense of the petitioner, for once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks at a newspaper of general circulation in the Province of Negros Oriental and its f ive petitioners and her counsel. Furnish copies of this order to the Solicitor General, The Local Civil Registrar of Santa Catalina, Negros Oriental, the petitioner, the petitioner’s counsel and the publication. SO ORDERED. In chamber this 24th day of August, 2010, Bayawan City, Negros Oriental, Philippines. (Sgd.) ANANSON E. JAYME Presiding/Executive Judge The Negros Chronicle Sept. 19, 26 & Oct. 3, 2010

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IN RE: PETITION FOR ISSUANCE OF NEW OWNER’S DUPLICATE COPY OF ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. 1656-A, NATALIA P. GARCIA, SEQUINA P. PINTOR and JUSTINIANA P. DAYOT, Petitioners. x———————————————————————/

ORDER A verified petition was filed before this Court by Natalia P. Garcia, Sequina P. Pintor and Justiniana P. Dayot, thru counsel, praying that the Court issue an order directing the Register of Deeds of Dumaguete City to issue a new owner’s duplicate copy of Original Certificate of Title No. 1656-A, in lieu of the lost one. Petitioners alleged that Lot No. 3707, located at Cadawinonan, Dumaguete City is covered by Original Certificate of Title No. 1656-A in the name of their predecessor-in-interest, Cayetano Sapuan; that they inherited the subject parcel of land from the latter, and for which they executed the Extrajudicial Settlement of Estate on July 3, 2006; that while one of the petitioners, Natalia P. Garcia, was in possession of the owner’s duplicate copy of the certificate of title, she lost the same; and that she executed an affidavit of loss and submitted it to the Register of Deeds of Dumaguete City for annotation on the original copy of the said certificate of title. WHEREFORE, finding the petition sufficient in form and substance, the same is given due course. Set the initial hearing of this case on October 13, 2010 at 8:30 o’clock in the morning. Any interested party may appear and show cause, if any, why the petition should not be granted. Let this Order be published at the petitioner’s expense, in a newspaper duly selected by raffle, of general circulation in the province of Negros Oriental, once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks. The Sheriff assigned to this Court is directed to post copies of this Order at the entrance door of this Court and in the bulletin boards of the Capitol Building and the City Hall of Dumaguete, Negros Oriental. SO ORDERED. Given this 31st day of August, 2010 at Dumaguete City, Philippines. The Negros Chronicle (Sgd.) ROSENDO B. BANDAL, JR. Sept. 19, 26 & Oct. 3, 2010 Presiding Judge

DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE NOTICE is hereby given that NESTOR GARVILLES , married to Bernardita Garingalao-Garvilles have filed and executed a Deed of Absolute Sale of Lot No. 178-A, Psd-07-03-006123 covered by OCT No. FT-5350, containing an area of 2.6831 hectares, situated at Brgy. Maninihon, Bayawan City, Negros Oriental, in favor of MAMERTO JAVIER QUITOY JR., per Doc. No. 325, Page No. 65, Book No. XII, Series of 2010 of Notary Public Atty. Peter Paul F. Renacia. The Negros Chronicle Sept. 19, 26 & Oct. 3, 2010


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Lawyer-less court proceedings for small claims

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he Supreme Court has innovated a legal proceeding that prohibits lawyers from participating.

If a suit is generally a claim for small amounts of money like unpaid debt, unpaid rent, or uncollected receivables, then, it should be filed in a small claims proceeding. The Supreme Court has set up 1,137 courts nationwide that will decide small claims cases.

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If  the claim of a creditor is P100,000 or less, the creditor can file a suit or claim in court without any lawyer.

When Senators grilled media

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hen the Senate justice committee chaired by Sen. Gringo Honasan grilled at least five pillars of the broadcast industry last Tuesday, regarding the conduct of the broadcast “Live” coverage of the failed hostage saga last August 23, it was evident that media—— and thanks to news hens like Maria Rissa, Jessica Sojo, Luchi Cruz and others, —who stood their ground as we once more support our colleagues in maintaining that media lapses may have been made, but the bigger mistake was in the manner by which the brother of the hostage taker was mishandled by the police which was the immediate and proximate cause of the rampage, which killed eight Hongkong hostages on board the hijacked tourist bus at the Quirino Grandstand. For one thing the hostage taker was engaged in a friendly interview with the media during the incident. In short, there was rapport between media and the hostage taker. The mistake was that media was not supposed to talk , short of negotiating with the hostage taker. But the police committed the bigger mistake of

not restricting media from talking with the hostage taker. It was only after the killings that media was blamed why newsmen took active part in talking with the hostage taker. Lessons learned: the Senate policy makers in aid or legislation must now urge the police that they must to come up with rules and guidelines for media’s behavior during crisis situation. But first, crisis situation must be defined. Media on the other hand, as a learning experience must come up with mutual ethical standards in SOPs in covering a crisis situation, even if they do not belong to the same organization. But they are media just the same and have mutual interests in covering the news. What we believe which is the most important lesson is for media to draw the line when lives are at stake, and are in danger if details were aired and known by either party, whether on the good or bad side. For us, when it’s over , the most successful part of any negotiation during a crisis situation is, that no life was lost, — even if it ended in an impasse.

The courts have ready forms for filing these “small claims” suits. Lawyers are prohibited from participating in the small claims proceedings, unless it is the lawyer who is filing a small claims suit in his own behalf. A significant innovation under this new procedure is that the proceedings will be informal, notlegalistic, not adversarial. Moreover, under small claims proceedings, the judge will immediately issue a judgment on the first and only hearing. So the resolution of small claims cases is fast. No postponements are allowed, except under extraordinary circumstances. Under small claims proceedings, the claimant and the defendant will be encouraged to settle their claims amicably by the judge. What are the cases that may be filed by non-lawyer claimants under the small claims proceedings? These claims or demands may be: For money owed under any of the following: 1. Contract of Lease (like unpaid rents of apartment); 2. Contract of Loan (ordinary loan of money) 3. Contract of Services (like unpaid car repair services) 4. Contract of Sale (like sale of any item P100,000 or less) 5. Contract of Mortgage; Turn to page 18

World’s view of P-Noy

arely 100 days in office, President Noynoy Aquino is seen waltzing into a sweet honeymoon with the world. This is true despite the irreverent and major, major disappointment of the Hongkong populace over the eight hostage deaths in the Black Monday at the Luneta. Yes, tourism may have taken a temporary dive - but believe us, this is as temporary as Kris Aquino’s love affairs.

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Even here at home, save for a few Doubting Thomases and the perennial anti- government fellas, the Luneta episode is not going to drastically alter the inaugural rating of 9 of 10 giving the Aquino scion the benefit of the doubt. But why is the world view just as important as the natives’ view? Let us not forget we are a Third World country which is in an almost perpetual state of a budget deficit. And we are a Third World country bereft of solid infrastructure.

Simply put, a budget deficit means - the country spends more than it earns in revenues and inflows; the balance has to be filled in by borrowings or foreign donations. An internationally discredited regime (like the waning years of the Marcos years) will be blacklisted by foreign lenders and who will ever donate to a country where you have no frigging idea where one’s currency donation is going to end up with? From the world view, barring none (after Marcos), the head start at the bark of the

gun (at the starting racing point) has never been better for any administration compared to that of P-Noy’s. Even Cory Aquino’s 1986 drama, was largely political romanticism rather than dogmatic economic faith in the Philippines. Consider the P-Noy’s view from the periscope of the world. The Philippines sold out US$1 billion of peso-denominated bonds; the stock market hit an all-time high of 3,900 index points on September 9; RP exports now more Turn to competipage 14 tive; OFWs remitting recordbreaking dollars and RP’s world

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SPUD conducts strategic

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Around Negros BY DEMS REY DEMECILLO AND FLORENCE BAESA

Alviola seen to win over Gonzalez’ bro

St. Paul University Stakeholders from the different departments and offices of the institution after their Strategic Planning Workshop in Bohol. AINT PAUL UNIVERSITY DUMAGUETE, conducted its Institutional Strategic Planning Workshop and adopted the theme “Paulinian Education: The Womb and Wings of the Word” last September 9 – 12, at the Bohol Plaza Resort. It was participated in by the SPC Sisters, Lay Administrators, Department Heads & Managers, Faculty Academic Team Leaders & Coordinators, Chaplains, Stakeholders and Partners.

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According to SPUD Director for External Affairs, Rafael Arbon Duhaylungsod, that the said workshop was facilitated by their invited then Resource Speaker, Dr.. Roberto T. Borromeo of De La Salle University – Manila with expertise in human resources development, private education finance, strategic – corporate planning and educational management. Dr. Borromeo, is also former President of the Fund for Assistance to Private Education (FAPE) as well as the Consultant to the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).

The University will shortly draft and craft its desired future in five years, new strategic directions and level – off the institution to the current trends & demands, as well as intensify its strong partnerships with the different stakeholders. The business industry and community was represented by Engr. Gregorio Uymatiao, Jr., Chairperson of the Negros Oriental Business Development Foundation, Antonio Remollo, City Councilor of Dumaguete & President of Saint Paul University Alumni Association, Dr. Catalina Credo and Engr. Gilbert Uymatiao, Members

of the SPUD Board of Trustees and the various representatives of the Parents Association of the different Colleges as well as the High School & Elementary Departments correspondingly. Coordinating the workshop were the Office of the Vice - President for Academic Affairs, the Vice President for Finance Affairs with the wholehearted and unstinting support of the University President and the Local SPC Superior respectively. (Rafael Arbon Duhaylungsod, Director for External Affairs)

Valencia’s number one councilor Romeo Alviola (right) is expected to be elected as Chairman of the Committee on Finance and Appropriations over administration bet Councilor Freddie Gonzalez (left) on Tuesday, just seven days before the deadline. Councilor Gonzalez is the brother of Mayor Ricky Gonzalez, who has been lobbying for his election as head of the powerful panel. Also in photo, is former councilor Elsie Dagoy (center) a steadfast ally of Alviola, but who stepped down last June after serving for three straight terms.

Alanano “exported” to provincial board omplying to the fervent request of Governor Agustin “Tuting” Perdices, 3rd District Rep. Pryde Henry Teves has appointed Dauin Vice-Mayor Rodrigo Alanano to the provincial board and take the seat vacated by Roel Degamo, who has assumed the vice-governorship. Teves is the district Chairman of the former administration party. Lakas-Kampi-CMD party while both However, some political quarters in Alanano and Degamo are members of the To page 14

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Mayors want say on helmet rules

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everal mayors of Negros Oriental are urging the Land Transportation Office and the Department of Trade and Industry to give local chief executives the time and forum to share their points of view in the drafting of the Implementing Rules and Regulations.

Mayor Bentham Dela Cruz said that their inputs would be valuable since they are the ones who would be

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City vows total war vs. drugs

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othing new with a new administration declaring a total and unrelenting war against illegal drugs trade except, that the new faces in the Dumaguete City Anti-drugs and Abuse Council might actually make a significant dent against the illegal trade.

The city’s anti-drugs abuse council has been reorganized with Mayor Chiquiting Sagarbarria as ex-officio promising a sustained war against illegal drugs that would hopefully include

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Smoke-free mayors await Capitol rules

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Zamboanguita Mayor Kit Marc Adanza (left) and Amlan Mayor Bentham Dela Cruz (right) are awaiting for the Provincial Board to promulgate the Implementing Rules and Regulations of the smokefree ordinance. Dela Cruz laments that the head of the Committee on Health headed by Board Member Liland Estacion seemed to “lack the drive in drafting the IRR.” However, Both Dela Cruz and Adanza are heartened by the news that Sibulan is about to pass its own smoke-free ordinance.


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esignation on principle “is a lost art,” humorist  Will Rogers once groused.. “Here…you have to impeach ‘em.” The Lower House committee on  justice here  will impeach Ombudsman  Merceditas Gutierrez . “Sufficient in form,” the  committee  ruled of  charges that she ignored graft cases  linking  former President Gloria Macapagal  Arroyo and the  then First Gentleman. These included the to  further investigate. “None aborted    $329-million   ZTE ever took place,” the UN noted. broadband network plan to the Ms.  Gutierrez  would  not  “Joc-Joc Bolante’s” P728 million even meet Pestaño parents: fertilizer scam. But for the first Felipe and Evelyn. time, impeachment went beyond  “The State party is bound to domestic walls. conduct an investigation and enThe UN Commission on Hu- sure that there is no impunity,” the man   Rights,  on  March  23,  UN    Human  Rights  Committee  slammed  the Ombudsman  for  pointed out. The Philippines fracinaction on the murder of Navy tured the International Covenant Ensign Phillip Andrew Pestaño on Civil and Political Rights. “ aboard the RPB Bacolod City. Pestaño’s  parents  are This 23-year old officer blocked principal complainants in the  loading of 14,000 board feet of impeachment. They’re joined “hot logs” and shabu on the navy by former Akbayan representavessel. tive Risa Hontiveros-Baraquel The Ombudsman recog- and General Danilo Lim. nized, in August 2007, the need After the UN statement,, Turn to page the 10

Those GOCCs (Part 2) he 2011 National Budget focuses funds where they are most needed and where these will yield the most benefits. We have redesigned the budget to ensure that every centavo will be put to good use,” he said, noting that the budgetary increase from 2010 is a meager 6.8%. It is also manifested in the reduction of support for government operated and controlled corporations (GOCCs) which have been reduced significantly to P23.3 billion (to 1.4% of the budget from 2.6% in 2010). The reduction of national government support for problematic GOCCs like the National Food Administration, the Light Rail Transit and Metro Rail Transit Corporations, etc. are also being BY: JOHNY studied. Cost cutting is evident in the stoppage of the creation of MERCADO new positions except population-related positions such as teachers, uniformed and medical personnel; rationalization of allowances; a more limited increase for utilities, communications and supplies; no new building construction to prioritize completing construction; no acquisition of motor vehicles, (E-mail: juanlmercado@gmail.com ) among others.

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e has made everything beautiful in His time. He has also set eternity in the hearts of men; yet they cannot fathom what God has done from beginning to end.’ Ecclesiastes leaf for more than three weeks until it transforms into a pupa.  It’s antennae is the sole guide to find those yummy fiber.  The caterpillar  has a set of real legs and five false legs. It breaths though the holes in their bodies. Some consider them as pests especially on citrus plants.  Harmful as they are, the Creator protected them from predators. Their skin colors are blending with their environment so that the birds will have a hard time tracking them. These helpless yet destructive worms are given a chance to grow and to metamorphose into another stage as a pupa.  As the larva transforms itself into a pupa, it ends its destructive lifestyle.Turn It seems to say, to page 13 “Hey, Guys, it’s time to think things over. I’ve been into real bad habits.” Life

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olitical leaders come and go. We have tried martial law. We had had a president who is supposed to have championed the cause of the poor but was impeached and shamed. We had also an economist as a president and she made corruption the banner of her administration. Oh! What is happening to the pearl of the orient seas, the Philippines? dest) that the several prophIndeed, the assumption of ets of hope in the different Noynoy Aquino to the presidency churches, except for a few brings much hope. I am sure that whom you could count by Martial Law shall never be an op- lesser than the fingers of one tion under the PNoy presidency. hand, have their own political I am likewise convinced that he and economic agenda in cois sincere in his leadership to put vertly co-opting with the powthis country back on tract. How- ers-that-be in the civilian govever, the many derivatives of ernment. While overtly these martial law and corruption may supposed prophets of hope bring up their ugly heads if may have made statements people remain complacent and that rebuke a wrongful act or unmindful for there are still lead- deed, they did so only as a ers in government who are formal compliance to the tegreedy and ambitious, who have nets of their calling. We and all together eroded the authentic our churches live in a time of values of freedom, democracy national crisis, a national and and liberty. individual crisis where power It is even sadder (or sad- and wealthTurn are thetogreat meapage 17 sures of success. And we have prophets who preach wealth as a sign of

prise gets bankrupt again because of negligence. Public services are found wanting also because of lack of good governance. Even religious institutions are not spared. Some are fading away, their original charism weakened, because of lack of fidelity of the members. They have detached themselves from the source of their life, purpose and direction. It’s important that we cultivate a strong, clearly articulated culture of maintenance and governance, continuity and fidelity, so that we don’t waste what we already have. In fact, we have to make use of them, cultivating them in an organic way, in our pursuit for progress and Turn to page 7 development. We have to understand that this culture of maintenance is an

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Footsteps and Fingerprints

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E need to be careful not to restrict the relevance of maintenance to health reasons. The duty of maintenance has a much wider applicability in our life than is usually known or admitted. In fact, it’s a lifelong responsibility.

We have to say this, because somehow it has become a term associated only with the oldies, and even with some young ones, who have some medical conditions—hypertension, diabetes, etc. This is a very unfair, partial and dangerous understanding of maintenance. For example, maintenance is indispensable in the proper running of an entity or institution. How many times have we heard— and have been disappointed— that a certain project that had a brilliant beginning folded up precisely because of lack of maintenance? This example can be multiplied endless times. Roads, bridges, buildings are rotting away because of lack of maintenance. A business enter-

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Don’t give up! 3:11 Once in a while, I find these little black round or oblong things like bird droppings in my lemon leaves. These are butterfly eggs. They look like ordinary, unattractive, harmless things, but inside of each one, life pulsates. God sees to it that each egg is protected by a hard shell called chorion and the inside is lined by wax to keep the egg from drying out. It takes about a week for the egg to hatch depending on the species or climate. After more than three weeks, the egg becomes a larva (caterpillar). Now, the destruction starts. The caterpillar can hardly see even with six eyes, but it is an eating machine. It consumes every fiber of green luscious lemon

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ast week I talked about House Bill 13, that seeks to restore the rights of the unborn child that RH Bill 5043 wants to take away. This week I would like to continue my reflections on this concern and share some thoughts with you about the importance of the family in building a strong Culture of Life.

The Christian family is the foremost essential institution for the conservation of society and the attainment of the common FR. ROY for good of every individual. The CIMAGALA family has a special mission from God: to appreciate fertility as a gift from Him, and to safeguard, to reveal and to communicate life in all its fullness as a direct connection with the Divine. The future of this country, as well as the future of mankind worldwide, rests in the bosom of the family. And how can there be a family if there

are no children? How can there be a true family if there is no commitment in marriage between the father and the mother? Even the State recognizes the sanctity of family life in the 1987 Philippine Constitution, Art II, Sections 11 and 12. Section 11 states: The State values the dignity of every human person and guarantees full respect for human rights. Section 12 clearly emphasizes the importance of the family: The State recognizes the sanctity of family life and shall protect and strengthen the family as a basic autonomousTurn socialtoinstitu page 10

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From page 6 expression of our cooperation in God’s abiding providence over us and everything that happens in the world. Divine providence, which is God’s governance over his creation, always requires our active cooperation. It never means we can be passive about things. God governs through us, who are his image and likeness, children of his who participate in his very own life and work. And so, we have to realize that this culture’s real foundation can ultimately be in the area of religion, in our relation with God. It cannot simply be anchored on purely human reasons—personal, social, economic, political, etc. While these human reasons

are unavoidable, we have to understand that they cannot stand on their own without being rooted on a deeper foundation, which can only be God. All this concerns about maintenance, governance, administration, continuity and fidelity need the animating principle of God, the beginning and end of all things, the Creator, the eternal being who is also a father to us who never lets us down. We have to be wary of a secular, worldly view about what can motivate and keep us in the duty of maintenance. It can have very many convincing arguments, but the moment it sets God aside, giving him, at best, only a decorative role, we would be in the wrong track. When a genuine living relation with God is achieved, our awareness of our duty of

maintenance, continuity and fidelity acquires its most fundamental and reliable source and lifeblood. It makes us keenly aware of the many aspects and requirements of this duty, capable of making long-term plans and strategies as well as flexible to cope with changing and unexpected circumstances. It tries its best to avoid a short-sighted vision of things and other stop-gap measures and knee-jerk reactions. In short, we would be doing all the tasks of maintenance out of pure love for God and for souls. The virtue of prudence will be lived to the hilt. The duty of maintenance then becomes an exciting adventure, with all the possible situations that can happen. But there’s confidence and sense of

security among those involved. With that love, we would be willing to go all the way, not afraid of sacrifices to be made, effort and expenses to be spent, etc. If corrections are needed, then they are done, irrespective of who gets hurt. The problem is that many of us still find it corny to put God and love in this equation. We prefer to remain in the humanly advantageous level—what is profitable, practical, popular, etc. This only shows lack of faith, or a faith not well digested and assimilated. With this attitude, we immediately narrow and impoverish our idea of maintenance and governance. And sooner or later, we get what we deserve—troubles, failures, disappointments, termination, etc. It’s important that we cultivate and spread this culture of maintenance far and wide. Its rudiments can be done in the families, in schools, churches. Then it can influence our neighborhood, our cities and the government.

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Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT OF NEGROS ORIENTAL 7th Judicial Region BRANCH 63 Bayawan City, Negros Oriental SP. PROC. NO. 224 IN THE MATTER OF CORRECTION OF ENTRY AS TO SEX FROM FEMALE TO MALE IN RECORDS OF BIRTH OF LYMBETH N. JAMANDRON, LYMBETH N. JAMANDRON, Petitioner -versusTHE LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR OF STA. CATALINA, NEGROS ORIENTAL. Respondent. x——————————————————————/

ORDER Petitioner in his verified petition alleged: that he was born on January 18, 1985 at Santa Catalina, Negros Oriental and his fact of birth was duly recorded before the Local Civil Registrar of Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental. That he discovered that his sex was erroneously entered as Female instead of Male, thus this petition. Being sufficient in form and substance, let the above petition be heard at the Session Hall of the Court along Severino “Nene” Martinez Street, Bayawan City on October 8, 2010 at 8:30 in the morning. Interested parties are hereby enjoined to appear on the aforesaid date, time and place and show cause why the petition should not be granted. Petitioner is hereby directed to cause immediately the publication of this Order once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks at a newspaper of general circulation in the Province of Negros Oriental and its five component cities, there being no accredited newspaper within the territorial jurisdiction of this court. Furnish copies of this order to the Solicitor General, the Local Civil Registrar of Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental, the Office of the Provincial Prosecutor, Hall of Justice, Dumaguete City, the petitioner and his counsel. SO ORDERED. IN CHAMBER, August 12, 2010, Bayawan City, Negros Oriental. The Negros Chronicle Sept. 5, 12 & 19, 2010

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A WORK TO DO For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do. EPHESIANS 2:10 very man has work laid out for him to do; every man’s life is a plan of the Almighty, and way back in the councils of eternity God laid out a work for each one of us. There is no man living that can do the work that God has got for me to do. No one can do it but myself. And if the work ain’t done, we will have to answer for it when we stand before God’s bar. For it says:

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rich man had a fertile farm that produced fine crops. In fact, his barns were full to overflowing. So he said, ‘I know! I’ll tear down my barns and build bigger ones. Then I’ll have room enough to store everything. And I’ll sit back and say to myself, My friend, you have enough stored away for years to come. Now take it easy ! Eat, drink, and be merry!’ ‘But God said to him, ‘You fool! You will die this very night. Then who will get it all?’ ‘Yes, a person is a fool to store up earthly wealth but not have a rich relationship with God.’ Luke 12:16-21

The rich man in Jesus’ story died before he could begin to use what was stored in his big barns. Planning for retirement—preparing for life before death—is wise but neglecting life af-

ter death is disastrous. If you accumulate wealth only to enrich yourself, with no concern for helping others you will enter eternity empty-handed.

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be a lighthouse, let us be a tallow candle. There used to be a period when the people came up a meeting and brought their candles with them. The first one perhaps wouldn’t make a great illumination, but when two or three got there there would be more light. If the people of this city should do this now, if each one should come here with his candle, don’t you think there would be a good deal of light? Let all the gas be put out in this hall, and one solitary candle would give a little light here. If we can’t be a lighthouse, let us be a tallow candle. Someone said, “I can’t be anything more than a farthing sunlight.” Well, if you can’t be more than that, that is well enough. Be all you can. What makes the Dead Sea dead? Because it is all the time receiving, never giving out anything. Why is it that many Christians are cold? Because they are all the time receiving, never giving out anything. You go out every Sunday and hear good sermons, and think that is enough. You are all the time receiving these grand truths, but never give them out. When you hear it, go and scatter the sacred truth abroad. Instead of having one minister to preach to a thousand who never go to church or chapel. Instead of having a few, we ought to have thousands using the precious talents that God has given them.

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Health care and “Humanae Vitae” ere is the address delivered Sept. 3 by Archbishop Zygmunt Zimowski, the president of the Pontifical Council for Health Care Ministry, at the four-day “Celebration of Love and Life” seminar that marked the 25th anniversary of the Pope Paul VI Institute.  I would like to FR. GAMMY TULABING feature this item as a series JCD, VG starting this Sunday and the next six Sundays.  Let us reflect on this and try to be open to what it tries to impart to us. ”Humanae Vitae” and the Pontifical Council for Health Care Workers As president of the Pontifical Council for Health Care Workers, I feel very honored to be invited by the Pope Paul VI Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction. By its nature, the subject entrusted to me, namely “‘Humanae Vitae’: The Challenge for Health Care Workers,” belongs in a certain sense to the mission of our dicastery, which has among its principal tasks that of coordinating the many bodies that directly involve Christians in the health care sector in order to foster and spread an increasingly better ethical-religious formation of Christian health care workers in the world. The Pontifical Council for Health Care Workers published an important document on the subject in 1995 with the significant title “Charter for Health Care Workers” in order to offer an overall summary of the position of the Church in relation to human life. This document is organized into three parts: 1) Procreation; 2) Life; and 3) Death. “Humanae Vitae” can thus be said to be a prophetic document of the magisterium of the Church, as can be evinced from the “Charter for Health Care Workers,” and constitutes a challenge for health care workers. Let us address this challenge together. ”Humanae Vitae”: An Encyclical, a Challenge It is well known that the encyclical “Humanae Vitae,” as a teaching of the pontifical magisterium, is a challenge, both in an objective sense and in a subjective sense; or, to put it another way, “Humanae Vitae” is today the subject of a challenge in a passive sense inasmuch as it is challenged, and in an active sense inasmuch as it challenges. In simpler words, the encyclical “HumanaeTurn Vitae” Paul 14 VI toofpage lends itself to a true

“Every man shall be brought unto judgement, and every one shall give an account of the deeds done in the body.” And it seems to me that every one of us ought to take this question home tonight: “Well, am I doing the work that God has for me to do?” God has got a work for every one of us to do. Now, in the parable the man who had two talents had the same reward as the man who had five talents. He heard the same words as the man who had five talents. “Well done, thou good and faithful servant, enter thou into the joy of thy Lord.” The men that take good care of the talents that God has loaned them, He always gives them more. But if we take the talent that God has given us, and lay it carefully in a napkin and bury it away, God will take even that from us. God doesn’t want a man that has got one talent to do the work of a man who has got ten. All a man has got to answer for is the one that God has given him. If we were all doing the work that God has got for us to do, don’t you see how the work of the Lord would advance? But some men are not satisfied with the talents they have, but are always wishing for some one else’s talent. Now, that is all wrong. It is contrary to the spirit of Christ. Instead of wishing for some one else’s talent, let us make the best use of the talents God has given us. Let us do all the business we can. If we can’t

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t years since I began writing about this first American Bishop of Jaro, Iloilo in 1903-1907. We remember Bishop Frederick Z. Rooker this Sunday, September 19, because it marks his 149th birth BY: REV. FR. ROMAN anniversary. C. Again, for those SAGUN. JR. who care to read about his life and work in the Philippines, this is what he wrote President Theodore Roosevelt on 9 May 1904, exactly sixteen days before he conducted his pastoral visit in Dumaguete, Negros Oriental: “In a recent trip through the province of Occidental Negros, the only province I have thus far been able to visit thoroughly, complaints were made to me in nearly every town that the native teachers were exercising a perverting influence religiously; and parents came to me with tears rolling down their faces, begging that I try to do something to have Catholic teachers placed in the schools so that the faith might not be taken from their little ones.” Six months after taking possession of his diocese, Bishop Rooker likewise complained to the President of the United States in his 14-page letter: “The teachers, who are educating the children and the officials, who are conducting the system, are, with the exception of an insignificant few, hostile to the Catholic Religion. True the head of the system is supposed to be a Catholic, but his entire administration proves him to be utterly uninterested in safeguarding the rights of this entirely catholic people to the respect due their faith.” The very long letter further pointed out: “The General Superintendent is a protégé of Stuntz, through whose influence he was appointed. Of the thirty-five or six division superintendents only one is a catholic, and a number of them are exclergymen who came here with the missionary spirit to convert these people and lift them out of to pecuniary page 16 Catholic darkness, but foundTurn greater gain in the school department.” The American Bishop of Jaro also com

GOSPEL Luke 16:1-13

e also said to His disciples: ‘There was a certain rich man who had a steward, and an accusation was brought to him that this man was wasting his goods. So he called him and said to him. ‘What is this I hear about you? Give an account of your stewardship. For you can no longer be steward.’ ‘Then the steward said within himself. ‘What shall I do? For my master is taking the stewardship away from me. I cannot deg. I am ashamed to beg. ‘I have resolved what to do, that when I am put out of the stewardship, they may receive me into the

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house.’ “So he called everyone of his master’s debtors to him; and said to the first, ‘How much do you owe my master?’ “And he said, ‘A hundred measure of oil.’ So he said to him, ‘Take your bill, and sit down quickly and write fifty.’ Then he said to another. ‘And how much do you owe?” So he said, ‘A hundred measures of wheat. And he said to him, your bill, and write eighty.’ So the master commanded the unjust steward because he had dealt shrewdly. For the sons of this world are more shrewd in their generation than the sons of light. “And I say to you, make friends for

“Be of good cheer!” Matthew 9:2, John 16:33, Matthew 14:37 (Part III) here is one more passage in which Jesus says: “Be of good cheer.” It is the well-known story of the journey of the disciples in the boat crossing the seas to the Dr. PROCESO UDARBE other side (about 11 miles) from Galilee. To them, it was a “mother of all storms.” When they had gone three or four miles, the waters grew so rough that these hardened men were terrified. My family and I have gone through our own “mother of all storms” ourselves. Some of you also have, I think. But there are all kinds of dangers, all kinds of threat, all kinds of calamities. In the case of disciples, their fear turned to terror. They were not only terrified that their boat would sink. They were terrified when they saw a figure moving towards them, walking on the sea. Like us, they believed in ghosts, and they cried “dunay abat” (there is a ghost). But as the figure approached their boat, the figure (Jesus) said: “Be of good cheer, it is I” (ego eimi in Greek). The words said by a loving Master made all the difference; for it was he who could say to the storm, “Peace, be still.” We live trustfully or we live fearfully, one or the other. To be sure,

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we need to be prudent and sensible as we live today and look forward for tomorrow, but we live by faith or we are endlessly tortured by anxiety. Jesus was aware of the turbulent fears that infested the minds of His contemporaries as they engaged in the struggle for survival. He knew they faced hardships. We feel the same way today and we look in vain for human aid so we say, “Speak, Lord, to my trembling soul,” and the Lord says: “It is I, be not afraid.” We are sometimes overcome by our fears. The kind of world we live in knows storms of various magnitude. Jesus says to us: “Be not afraid, it is I.” Harold Sala adds a dimension to the story—that our Lord does not force himself into our boat. He comes in response to our invitation. And this is true, isn’t it? Are we willing to say: “Jesus, Savior, pilot me over life’s tempestuous sea?” So, let us be of good cheer. - For as far as the east is from the west; so far has he removed our sins from us. - For as Jesus has overcome the powers of evil in the world, we, too, can overcome these in our life here on earth and right now. - For as we traverse the angry seas of this life—with its dangers, we hear Jesus’ voice: Be of good cheer; it is I.


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From page 6 Ombudsman shook off years of stodgy coma. Like the panicked   Pandora  of  ancient myth, it tried to slam shut the Pestano case box — with a hastily cobbled dismissal. Too late.  Years of  inaction  saw Pestano’s  murder and forgotten Navy desaparecidos   displayed for the  world to gawk at. Government  must report within 180 days, “what enforceable remedies and solutions were taken,” the UN wrote.. “Impeach the Ombudsman,” Inquirer’s editorial demanded. The House Committee on Justice will receive evidence to determine  “ sufficiency of  cause.” On  Sept. 21,  if  91  congressmen see the obvious, they’ll lob  charges to the  Senate. “We’re cautiously optimistic,” Rep. Walden Bello says. “Momentum is on our side.”  So are key  administration legislators. Including  Deputy Speaker Lorenzo “Erin” Tanada, Raul  Daza, and Isabelle  Climaco. Arroyo turncoats signed up. Is  this  the end of  impeachments   hostaged   by Malacanang? Joseph Estrada let   Elections  Commissioner Luzviminda Tancangco off the hook.. Lower House allies opened   escape hatches for  serial charges lodged against Gloria Macapagal  Arroyo. Wedging   the Ombudsman into  the dock will  test  political  scientist   Arthur Schlesinger’s note :“The genius of impeachment lay in the fact that  it could punish (the office holder) without punishing the office.” Pestaño’s parents look beyond their 15-year search for closure.. They hope an opened “Pandora’s box” will also bring justice long denied to lowly

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Navy enlisted men who disappeared. Among the desaparecidos is Zosimo Villanueva. From the naval  station in TawiTawi, he tipped Pestano  on the loading  of  hot logs and drugs on RPB Bacolod City.  A Caviteño, Villanueva  lived with his Muslim wife in Bongao. After Pestano was murdered, Villanueva “disappeared”  while on a mission. Lost at sea, said other sailors who returned. . He’s still missing. The Navy produced no official investigation report . The Philippines, in fact, glossed over Villanueva’s death. The UN pointedly observed.  The disappearance remains uninvestigated. “Foul play is suspected.” Fidel  Tagaytay  served  as  radio operator when RPB Bacolod City meandered all over Manila Bay before docking off Roxas Blvd — when Pestano’s body was found. As radio operator, Tagaytay, was privy to communications from Navy headquarters to the ship. In a  handwritten note,  Tagaytay’s   wife, Leonila, sent  the Navy the said letter stating:  Fidel had been ordered to report to Navy headquarters. Since then, he, too, disappeared. There has been “no action / investigation by the Navy,” the UN  snapped. What  Turn was   to Ensign  Alvin  page 16 Farone’s role? He was aboard BRP Bacolod City . Pestano was slain somewhere on the boat and dumped in his cabin, Sen(Catan) From page 6 ate Re

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tion. The very first Article of the Family Code of the Philippines provides that marriage is an “inviolable social institution, a special contract of permanent union between a man and a woman.” Although the State has no authority over internal family affairs, it does regulate family relations that affect third-party and public interests such as abuse of spouse or children and the parental obligation to give support to the children. The family is an economic community as it provides for each member’s daily needs; it is an education unit responsible for teaching every member the proper moral values of love, forgiveness, justice, obedience, honesty and fairness. The family is a household of faith, an incubator of spiritual belief, religious convictions and traditions with the objective of growing these beliefs into positive moral action in everyday life. The Christian family, therefore, is a wellspring of the Culture of Life, following our Creator’s example in procreating life, providing for its needs, and seeing that this life is good (Genesis 1:31). It is a sanctuary of human life and, in itself, is a community of life and love. And again, I ask: how can there be a real family if there are no children? How can there be a true family if there is no commitment in marriage between the father and the mother? This is the challenge to us today. We need to stop grumbling, pointing fingers and criticizing, and begin to celebrate the Culture of Life (instead of the Culture of Death) actively, dynamically in our lives and in our families day by day. We can’t transform and change society, or others, without first changing ourselves and leading the way through our example of life. Practice makes perfect! Let us put “family” into practice so that we can approach the perfection of family life that God intended when He established the home in His divine plan for mankind.

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“Every man has a wild animal in him” - Frederick the Great

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he recent bloody hostage-taking at the Quirino Grandstand in Manila of Chinese Tourists from Hong Kong is evidently a clear manifestation of an anthropological concept that “man has a wild (untamed) animal in him.” Anthropologists claim that “man, as long as he is alive, is a potential killer.” Thus natural concept of killing is vividly illustrated by the Ecclesiastes of the Holy Bible – “There is a season and a time to every purpose under the heaven: … A time to kill and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up.”

A past issue of Time Magazine has a very intriguing question of “What makes us Good/Evil?” The author Jeffrey Kluger remarks that “Humans are the earth’s most noble creatures and at the same time the most savage.” Scientific studies have discovered very intriguing findings into the substrata of our human behavior. Certainly, man is the most unique among Earth’s creatures. Man is the only specie who has the gift of tongue (language), uses tools for work and development and a highly developed sense of morality, understanding of good and evil, of what it means to suffer and feels the pain of others – this is the essence of being human. “Moral judgment is consistent from person to person and follows rules of order,” says Mark Harper. Psychosocial scientists have mentioned a list of altruistic individuals like Mother Theresa of Calcutta, Mohandas Gandhi of India, Luther King, Jr. of America, Dalai Rama of Tibet and other dedicated benevolent individuals who have in-

spired the world with awe and reverence. On the other hand of the spectrum are people known for there ferocity and malevolence – Adolf Hitler of Germany, Joseph Stalin of Russia, Augusto Pinochet of Chile, Osama Bin Ladin of Saudi, millionaire and Pol Pot of the brutal Khmer Rouge of Cambodia. Neuroscientists using the latest brain scanner – (MRI) have now found in our brain major areas that tackle moral dilemmas or moral decision-making process. They have specifically identified the brain area known as AMYDALA, deep emotional structure that helps us make the connection between bad acts and punishments. The MEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX is associated with emotion and social thinking

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and if damaged, the personality of the person will change from kindliness to belligerence. The DORSOLATERAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX is responsible for cool utilitarian choices. This area provides executive control of our behavior. Now, we can say that with the advent of this scientific discovery of certain areas of the brain that strongly influences the functions of whether one becomes a truly “good” or a “bad” person. Man has now one of the most reliable gauges in determining his self-inclination as to his being a “beast” or an “altruistic person.” This greatly depends on how he takes care and cultivates his God-given brain. Here’s Gil Stern’s view on MAN – “Man is a complex being who makes deserts bloom – and the lakes die.” How true, indeed!

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Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE PROVINCIAL AGRICULTURE TECHNOLOGY COORDINATING OFFICE Lo-oc, Dumaguete City INVITATION TO APPLY FOR ELIGIBILITY AND TO BID The Department of Agriculture-Provincial Agricultural Technology Coordinating Office (DA-PATCO) through its Bids and Awards Committee (BAC), invites suppliers/distributors/contractors to apply for eligibility and to bid the hereunder requirements: PR NUMBER 3-60-10

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3 Modules for Siquijor Province

CLI-GROUP Financial Corporation Dumaguete City Dumaguete Branch Address: Sta. Rosa St., Dumaguete City Tel. No: (03) 225-9835 09237033908 / 09277691044

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT OF NEGROS ORIENTAL 7th Judicial Region Branch 63 Bayawan City SPEC. PROC. NO. 281 IN THE MATTER OF THE CORRECTION AS TO GENDER FROM MALE TO FEMALE OF THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE OF WOODY MOLEÑO Petitioner, – versus – THE CIVIL REGISTRAR OF MUNICIPALITY OF STA. CATALINA, Respondent. x—————————————————————————/

ORDER Petitioner, in her verified amended petition alleges that she was born on February 18, 1975 at Brgy. Caranoche, Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental and her fact of birth was duly recorded before the Office of the Municipal Civil Registrar of Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental. However, in her record of birth her sex was erroneously entered as Male instead of Female. Thus, this petition. The petition being sufficient in form and substance, let the same be heard on October 8, 2010 at 8:30 o’clock in the morning, at the session hall of this court along Severino “Nene” Martinez Street, Bayawan City. Interested parties are hereby enjoined to appear on the aforesaid date, time and place and show cause why the petition should not be granted. Let this Order be published immediately, at the expense of the petitioner, for once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks at a newspaper of general circulation in the Province of Negros Oriental and its five component cities. Furnish copies of this order to the Solicitor General, the Local Civil Registrar of Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental, the petitioner and her counsel. SO ORDERED. GIVEN in Chamber this 13th day of March 2009 at Bayawan City, Negros Oriental, Philippines. (Sgd.) RODERICK A. MAXINO Acting Presiding Judge The Negros Chronicle Sept. 12, 19 & 26, 2010

Siquijor Branch Address: Poblacion, Larena, Siquijor Tel. No: (035) 225-9835 09063667380

AFFIDAVIT OF CLAIM WITH WAIVER OF RIGHTS

NOTICE is hereby given that the heirs of the late ALMAQUIO VILLAMOR SERENIO have filed and executed an Affidavit of Claim With Waiver of Rights on Savings Deposit Account with the Philippine Veterans Bank, Dumaguete Branch under Savings Account No. 0047346177-19 with a balance of P41,471.63 per Doc.No. 73, Page No. 14, Book No. XIII, Series of 2010 of Notary Public Atty. Alfredo D. Buenconsejo. The Negros Chronicle Sept. 12, 19 & 26, 2010

AFFIDAVIT OF EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE OF A DECEASED PERSON BY A SOLE HEIR NOTICE is hereby given that Carol B. Villaluz, the heir of the late Spouses George G. Villaluz and Catherine Batomalaque have filed and executed an Affidavit of Extrajudicial Settlement of Estate of a Deceased Person By Sole Heir on one half (1/2) of one-six (1/6) undivided share over a portion of Lot 2, Pcs-07-00-3021, TCT No. 24655, being a portion of Lot 913-A, Psd-13069 and Lot 914 situated in Poblacion, City of Dumaguete, containing an area of 475 sq.m. per Doc. No. 282, Page No. 56, Book No. II, Series of 2008 of Notary Public Atty. Eduardo Concepcion. The Negros Chronicle Sept. 12, 19 & 26, 2010

PhP540,000.00

PhP 135,000.00

TOTAL

PhP675,000.00

Prospective Bidders should submit the following documents: 1. BAI Accredited Breeder Farms. 2. Company Profile (track record of customers, references and their addresses). 3. Business License Permit-Certified True Copy. 4. DTI/SEC Registration License-Certified True Copy. 5. Audited Financial Statements-Certified True Copy. 6. BIR-Tax Clearance-Latest-Certified True Copy (E.O. No. 398) 7. With Livestock Handlers License-Certified True Copy. 8. License Accredited Livestock Dealer-Certified True Copy. Interested parties should submit the abovementioned requirements for eligibility and prequalification on or before October 18, 2010 together with the Letter of Intent addressed to the Chairman of the Bids and Awards Committee (BAC), DA-PATCO, Lo-oc, Dumaguete City. The information to bidders and other pertinent data maybe obtained from DA-PATCO, Lo-oc, Dumaguete City. All particulars relative to Eligibility Screening, Bid Security, Performance Security, Pre-Bidding Conferences, Evaluation of Bids, Post Qualification and Awards of Contracts shall be governed by the pertinent provisions of R.A. 9184 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR). The complete schedule of activities is as follows: 1. 2. 3.

ACTIVITIES Submission of Bid Documents for the requirements of eligibility and pre-qualification. Issuance of Bid Documents Opening of Bids & Deadline of submission of bids.

SCHEDULE On or before October 18, 2010 )Office Hours) DA-PATCO October 18, 2010 )Office Hours) DA-PATCO

October 19, 2010 (2:00 p.m.) DA-PATCO. Bid documents will be available only to prospective bidders upon payment of a non-refundable amount of .1% of the ABC whichever is higher, per bidding schedule to DA-PATCO. Complete set of Bid Documents may be obtained from the BAC Secretariat. The Department of Agriculture, reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to declare a failure, to waive any required formality in the bids received or to accept such bid most advantageous to the government. Furthermore, the cost of bid preparation and submission shall be borne solely by the bidder. The office assumes no obligation whatsoever to compensate or indemnify the bidders for any expenses or losses that may be incurred in connection with the preparation of their bids.

The Negros Chronicle Sept. 12, & 19, 2010

1. Commercial lots (254 sq.m.), with two concrete buildings at Real St., fronting Bldg. 3, Public Market. 2. Residential Lot, 2,500 sq.m. at Bong-ao, Valencia, Neg. Or. Call Tel. Nos. 225-3862; 422-9891; 0905-403-1784.

APPROVED BUDGET

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Animal Specifications: - At least 5 months old - Vaccinated against diseases according to BAI requirements. - Parent Stock - BAI Accredited Farms - Animal Identification (ear notch/ear tag) - Performance and Health record of animal. - Vaccination must have been performed based on farm animal health program prior to delivery.

PPV

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FOR SALE

QUANTITY

Module (1 Boar & 1 Gilt)

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT AND DEED OF PARTITION NOTICE is hereby given that the heirs of the late Spouses Miguel Tablo and Herminia Curato have filed and executed an Extrajudicial Settlement and Deed of Partition on Lot 1895-I(LRC), Psd-201065 covered by TCT No. T-17550, TD No. 012-771 containing an area of 5,444 sq.m. ; and Lot No. 1895-E (LRC), Pls201065, TCT No. T-17549, TD No. 012770, containing an area of 3,070 sq.m., both situated at Panggasinan, Luca, Tanjay City, Negros Oriental, per Doc. No. 11, Page No. 3, Book No. XII, Series of 2010 of Notary Public Atty. Felipe R. Pareja. The Negros Chronicle Sept. 12, 19 & 26, 2010

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE DEED OF SALE NOTICE is hereby given that the heirs of the late Paula Boriol have filed and executed an Extrajudicial Settlement of Estate Deed of Sale on Lot 1546-B, being a portion of Lot 1546, covered by TCT No. 15312, situated in Banilad, Dumaguete City, containing an area of 232 sq.m. in favor to Spouses Marife Robles and Reynaldo Robles per Doc. No. 431, Page No. 88, Book No. I, Series of 2009 of Notary Public Atty. Rilt Renart G. Dorado. The Negros Chronicle Sept. 12, 19 & 26, 2010

(Sgd.) JOSE ANDRO S. VENDIOLA Chairman, Bids and Awards Committee

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT OF NEGROS ORIENTAL 7th Judicial Region BRANCH 63 Bayawan City SPEC. PROC. NO. 337 IN THE MATTER OF CORRECTION OF ENTRIES AS TO SEX FROM MALE TO FEMALE AND DATE OF BIRTH FROM MARCH 31, 1956 TO DECEMBER 31, 1955 CORRECTION OF ENTRIES BY INDICATING HER MIDDLE NAME, MIDDLE OF THE FATHER AND MAIDEN MIDDLE NAME OF THE MOTHER AS MAMIGO, OPADA AND NUICO, RESPECTIVELY IN THE RECORDS OF BIRTH OF MARILES MAMIGO NUIQUE. MARILES M. NUIQUE - BRANZUELA Petitioner, – versus – THE LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR OF SANTA CATALINA, NEGROS ORIENTAL, Respondent. x——————————————————————x ORDER Petitioner in her verified petition alleges that she was born on December 31, 1955 at Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental and her fact of birth was duly recorded before the Office of the Local Civil Registrar of Santa Catalina, Negros Oriental. However, in her record of birth, there are erroneous entries which she desires to be corrected specifically as to her sex from MALE to FEMALE; her date of birth from March 31, 1956 to December 31, 1955 and there are entries which are to be corrected by indicating her middle name which is MAMIGO, the middle name of her father which is OPADA, and the maiden middle name of her mother which is NUCO. Thus, this petition. The petition being sufficient in form and substance, let the same be heard on October 15, 2010 at 10 o’clock in the morning at the session hall of this Court along Severino “Nene”Martinez Street, Bayawan City. Interested parties are hereby enjoined to appear on the aforesaid date, time and place and show cause why the petition should not be granted. Let this Order be published immediately at the expense of the petitioner for once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks at a newspaper of general circulation in the Province of Negros Oriental and its five (5) component cities. Let copies of this order be furnished to the Office of the Solicitor General, the Municipal Civil Registrar of Santa Catalina, Negros Oriental, the petitioner and her counsel. SO ORDERED. Given in Chamber this 24th day of August, 2010 at Bayawan City, Negros Oriental.

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT OF NEGROS ORIENTAL 7th Judicial Region BRANCH 53 Bayawan City SPEC. PROC. NO. 327 IN THE MATTER OF CORRECTION OF ENTRY AS TO SEX FROM MALE TO FEMALE IN THE RECORDS OF BIRTH OF JACQUILINE GARZON SALA JACQUILINE GARZON SALA, Petitioner, – versus – THE LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR OF BAYAWAN CITY, NEGROS ORIENTAL, Respondent. x——————————————————————————x

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT AND PARTITION NOTICE is hereby given that the heirs of the late TEOPISTO L. GALLOGO have filed and executed an Extrajudicial Settlement and Partition on Lot No. 8252, Pls 759, TCT No. FT-5088, containing an area of 37,458 sq.m. per Doc. No. 327, Page No. 67, Book No. 25, Series of 2008 of Notary Public Atty, Raymund J.A. Mercado. The Negros Chronicle Sept. 12, 19 & 26, 2010

(Sgd.) ANANSON E. JAYME Presiding Judge

The Negros Chronicle Sept. 12, 19 & 26, 2010

ORDER

Petitioner in her verified petition alleges that she was born on December 16, 1988 at Bayawan, Negros Oriental and her fact of birth was duly registered before the Local Civil Registrar of Bayawan City, Negros Oriental. Unfortunately, the entry as to her sex was erroneously entered as Male instead of Female, thus this petition. Being sufficient in form and substance, let the above petition be heard at the Session Hall of the Court along Severino “Nene” Martinez Street, Bayawan City on September 30, 2010 at 10:00 o’clock in the morning. Interested persons are enjoined to appear on the aforesaid place, and time, and show cause why the petition should not be granted. Let this Order be published immediately, at the expense of the petitioner, for once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks at a newspaper of general circulation in the Province of Negros Oriental and its five component cities. Furnish copies of this order to the Solicitor General, the Local Civil Registrar of Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental, petitioner and his counsel. SO ORDERED. IN CHAMBER, August 24, 2010, Bayawan City, Negros Oriental.

The Negros Chronicle Sept. 5, 12 & 19, 2010

(Sgd.) ANANSON E. JAYME Presiding Judge


September 19, 2010

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the CIVIC circle From page 16

BY LELE MARTINEZ

Eat good, look great

Prevention of cross infection

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or your protection as well as your baby’s it is essential that any person handling the baby wash his/her hands thoroughly before and afterwards. Remember to wash your hands prior to feeding and especially after nappy changes. This is your baby’s life. Next week on KIDS SAFE “DIET” until then Bahalag saging basta labing, but always love your babies. MOTHER’S WAY OVERSEAS MANPOWER SPECIALIST CORP., 286 Daro North Road, Dumaguete City Telefax (035) 226-3210 HIRING: Domestic Helpers, Skilled Workers, Construction Workers 09279361454 For more details pls. contact: Mr. & Mrs. Sotto Cel # 09125461555 Rowina: Cel # 09199261388

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Ana Maria Bakeshop If you’re craving for that real home-grown goodness in your dessert, come to Ana Maria Bakeshop – where an array of heavenly treats awaits your discerning taste! After all, the difference is in quality. We make personalized wedding, birthday and special occasion cakes and desserts to match every unique need. Try our Cupcake Towers too! Call us at 422-9839 or 225-2781 for orders and inquiries. We are located at #54 EJ Blanco Drive, Piapi, Dumaguete City with branches in Silliman Avenue and Lee Super Plaza.

FOR HIRING • Electronic technician with experience • Proofreader (English major) partime / fulltime Apply personally NEGROS CHRONICLE Piapi, Dumaguete City

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ake a “salad dressing” for your hands and nails??? WHAT!!! Yes, all you have to do is mix lemon  juice  and  jojoba or even corn oil into a shallow bowl, and bathe hands in the mixture for 15 minutes. The lemon will bleach hands clean, and the oil will feed hands and nails. Also use a nail brush everyday and scrub the underside of the nails. Wow what great tips. Until next week stay posted for more great beauty tips, and always emember that we care. Why? “because you deserve it.” From everyone at corte de pelo salon.

Don’t give ... (Muffet)

From page 6

has to change. And for starters, it has to shed its old skins off. As the skin falls away, a beautiful different image emerges. As if all the colors in your flower garden have turned into a two winged, awesome creature such as a butterfly. A delicate work of art, flying around you and becomes part of life as a cycle. We also pass different stages in life. Maybe in most part of our existence we were like the caterpillars. We take and we don’t want to give. We expect to be understood rather than to understand. Yet in our imperfections, those who care for us never gave up. They stood by our side, praying and hoping that someday or even sometimes, they don’t see us as caterpillars but a beautiful butterfly.  They don’t see the tree in wintertime, but a tree laden with fruits during Summer or a promise in Spring. God can turn everything beautiful in His time.

Gospel ... From page 8

yourselves by unrighteous mammon that when you fail, they may receive you into an everlasting home. “He who is faithful in what is least is faithful also in much; and he who is unjust in what is least is unjust also in much. ‘Therefore is you have not been faithful in the unrighteous mammon, who will commit to your trust the true riches.! And if you have not been faithful in what is another man’s, who will give you what is your own? No servant can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be loyal to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon.”

(Civic clubs and organizations are welcome to submit their articles and pictures about their services and activities. It is free of charge. Deadline for submission is Wednesday. You may send by email to: elydejaresco@yahoo.com – EDITOR)

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Looking forward - 75 years after 7

5 years ago, a group of young men regularly met to worship and hear the word of God the residence of Chuang Tek Huy at the back of Bazaar Oriental which is now the Unitop building. Dumaguete The group had their first evan- C h r i s t i a n gelistic meeting with Pastor Tiu Church new Tuan Chong as the speaker; a sec- g e n e r a t i o n ond evangelistic meeting led to the Council elders baptism of the first ten members Jerrold Pabillan, and the formation of the Chinese Julio Ventolero, United Evangelical Church on Eddie Uy, Arvin Sept. 17, 1935. Other Christians Tia, Victoria Ang from Silliman University like G o b o n s e n g , President and Mrs. Arthur Carson, Emmanuel Ho, Rev. & Mrs. Millican, Rev. & Mrs. Pastor. Andy Muilenburg and Ms. Alice Fuller- Pecson, Pastor ton helped in the early years of the Gina Pecson, Church. Initially they held ser- Pastor Thomas vices on a simple building on a Sioson Jr., leased lot along San Juan Street Rodrigo Velez Jo until a new sanctuary was built and a n d   G i n a dedicated on the Church’s 35th an- Daligdig niversary on September 20, 1970 along V. Locsin Street . This beautiful building now stands new generation of young lead- Service with Reverend Jeremiah as a landmark and symbol of the ers now serve in the church. Cheung, Senior Pastor of the hard work and dedication of My friends Eddie Uy, Junny Christian Bible Church of the those first elders who were pil- Velez , Victoria Peralta Philippines , as their Speaker. lars of the church. AngGobongseng and many These young men and women I remember my school- others, together with their fami- came in full force mates and friends who be- lies are now very active in I add my tribute to those ten longed to this church. Their young men who 75 years ago built a Church of men and women to spread the mes The Dumaguete sage of God love. From ten C h r i s t i a n young men the Church is Church stands now over a hundred strong tall along V. with a mission of “RekinLocsin Street. dling the Vision and pursuThe Anniversary ing the great Commission”. I quote a Thanksgiving committee m em bers  Ki m Prayer I saw on their 60th A n g founding anniversary comG o b o n s e n g ,   memorative magazine which Emmanuel Ho, I feel is still appropriate as Pastor Andy the Dumaguete Christian Pecson,   Eddie Church celebrates its 75th Uy,  Rico Kitane anniversary   and Jan Karen A THANKSGIVING Kitane are seen in front of the PRAYER We thank thee ,God, for Dumaguete C h r i s t i a n blessings – The big ones and the Church along V. small – Locsin Street. Thy tender love and mercy That guards and keeps us all. parents were active elders and church activities. The fresh awakening of joy pillars of what is now known as I see the new generation of That comes with morning the Dumaguete Christian this Church rising to the chal- light, Church. lenge in nurturing and help their Sunlit hours to fill the day The early elders of the church grow. These men and And restful sleep at night. Church were the Chuang broth- women, busy young profesThe hope, the beauty, and ers Tek Huy and Tek Un, Sun sionals and businessmen have the love Chong Ben, Sun brothers Felix put in their energy into their That brighten each day’s and Facundo, Sun An Kian, vision for a vibrant Church that living Ong Thiam Yu and Ong Thiam their forefathers have patiently We praise Thee and our Ek, Adolfo Velez Jo, Uy Eng nurtured. hearts are filled Chiong and Agapito Cang. In celebration of their 75th With joy, and with ThanksMany of their children were my schoolmates and classmates. I saw their dedication and perseverance in  their evangelization work and service in chur ch. th ough the elders were  busy businessmen,they nurtured and worked faithfully in their evangelizing mission and did home and hospital visitations to bring the message of God’s love and comfort the sick. On the Guest Speaker Rev. Jeremiah Cheung (3rd from left) and his wife Mrs. Ka last days of my father in Shin Cheung are met by Edward Uy, Ptr. Andy Pecson, Pastor Thomas Sioson, the hospital, the late Mr. Jr.,  Alex  Gatchalian,   Neil Arvin  Tia,   Rodrigo  Velez  Jo,   Emmanuel  Ho,  Cang and his church Victoria Ang Gobonseng and Rev. Antonio Ong. friends visited him, comforting our father anniversary, the young Church giving. and our family with their pres- leaders have worked hard and The pride that’s found in ence and care. lined up various activities start- work well done, Many of the original pillars ing on September 12 and culThe love of those who care, of the Church have gone home minating on Sept. 19 Sunday The peace of mind, the to be with the Lord, however a with a Thanksgiving Worship sweet content That comes with quiet prayer. Author Unknown at


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September 9, 2007 September 19, 2010

Health care ... (Tulabing)

BY: DEMS DEMECILLO NEIL RIO, BLAS LIBATON

Weapon used in brutal slay found

Police takes cutody of the cane-cutter blade “lading” which Police Senior Inspector Josephine Llena, chief of the City SOCO team said was allegedly one of the weapons used in the brutal murder of Michael Torres and his mother Monica over a land dispute in Barangay Azagra, Tanjay City last week. Some of the suspects have been identified and arrested.

Two men injured in Banilad stabbing

wo men were injured in two separate Monday stabbing incidents in Barangay Banilad, Dumaguete City. Authorities identified the first victim as 26-year-old Joselito Gargar who was stabbed in the waist by suspect Talino Dela Cruz using a 9-inch long folding knife. The suspect surrendered to the authorities and admitted the offense. The weapon used was also turned-over to the police. Several hours later, a 24-year-old man legedly stabbed several times by Francisco identified as Jason Dante was brought to Nemaria, 42, a relative of the victim’s livethe Holy Child Hospital after he was alTurn to page 18

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2 Bloods members arrested in Sibulan

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olicemen have apparently showed some steely resolve after they arrested two alleged members of the BLOODS gang, which has been wreaking havoc in Sibulan town. The arrest came after public criticisms over the alleged indecisiveness of the town’s leadership to crack down hard against members of the two most notorious gangs to date: Bloods and Crips. The lawmen seized two homemade .38 caliber revolvers plus ammunition from Raymund Sakkam and a kitchen knife Turn to page 18

Korean loses pricey gadgets to burlgars 26-year-old Korean national, who is currently studying in Dumaguete City lost several high-end gadgets with total worth of more than P 100,000 to burglars who apparently raided his rented room in Daro while he was sound asleep. Victim Kyu Ui Hong, who is pres- LG Brand, P 60,000; 1 unit Nokia celluently staying at Maribel Apartment in lar phone and Electric Dictionary, P Claytown Daro lost the following: 1 unit 15,000. The victim believes the suspect/ Olympus Camera worth P 19,000; Laptop s took the key Turn to page 18

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From page 8

challenge in two senses. We are witnessing, indeed, a challenge to this encyclical and a challenge of this encyclical. The challenge to “Humanae Vitae,” which immediately followed its publication and which still continues, comes from various points of view and above all from its purported biologistic and Augustinian approach that is said to be inherited from “Casti Connubii” (Dec. 31, 1930). The challenge of “Humanae Vitae,” instead, has been centered around its intrinsic normative principle as an ineluctable conclusion of the premises of “Gaudium et Spes” of the Second Vatican Council. Through this principle, which is always valid, it became a challenge because of its character when faced with the criteria of the majority of the famous ad hoc Commission, as well as the advances achieved and obtained at a scientific and technical level, specifically in the field of biogenetics. Through this doctrinal character, “Humanae Vitae” has also challenged the contradictions of artificial procreation. These two challenges — one passive and the other active — obviously call upon health workers in particular inasmuch as they are specifically ministers of human life. The challenge to “Humanae Vitae,” and this should be emphasized, relates to an equivocal reading of the text more than 40 years after its publication. This challenge to “Humanae Vitae” has provoked in turn the challenge of “Humanae Vitae,” namely a univocal, pertinent and correct reading of the text. These two challenges, which involve each other reciprocally, challenge health care workers. Thus the division of these challenges does not mean their separation; they intertwine and become unbound in the challenge to health care workers. Thus, entering into the heart of “Humanae Vitae,” I am of the view that we have come to its most demanding challenge for health care workers. This is because, in this challenge to the majority and to the challengers, after 40 years, “Humanae Vitae” teaches with categorical firmness the very much discussed principle of the two aspects of conjugal love — the unitive and procreative — which should not be

Alanano ...

World’s view ...

From page 5 Dauin interpreted Alanano’s appointment as a way of removing him from the local political landscape as he is reportedly “making too much noise and ripples” particularly on the affairs of the LGU. Teves promptly dismissed the notion and stressed that Alanano’s appointment is in consonance to the desire of the provincial government to improve its Coastal Resource Management, an area considered to be Alanano’s forte. “It was the request of Governor Perdices plus my personal faith in his capacity to initiate real pro-environment policies,” said Teves. “It was Alanano who started a successful and multi-awarded coastal resource management in Dauin, which made him a legend and we hope to use his passion and expertise at

From page 4 competitiveness notched two points better. Let’s understand the phenomenon better. The Philippine bonds (the first to be denominated in peso currency) was oversubscribed 13X and offered a reduced yield of 5% from the original 7% to the bond investors. Thirteen times oversubscribed means 13 other interested buyers had to be turned down because the RP bonds were already sold out. The phenomenon confirms the world view of belief in the stability of the peso currency, that world funds were looking RP’s way rather than the traditional money centers and the lower reward (yield) to the investors is seen as seen as more than compensated for by a perceived lower sovereign risk of the country. That’s absolutely great news. (Concluded next issue)

separated in the conjugal act. In addition, because on the basis of this intrinsic moral criterion it is the task specifically of health care workers to indicate the inconsistency of the criteria of the majority and their followers today. This challenge to “Humanae Vitae” also concerns all the policies involving assistance in replacing the conjugal act made possible by the advance of science and technology. It is no accident that Pope Paul VI expressly appealed to medical doctors and to health care personnel.

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the provincial board,” the solon added. Alanano has served as mayor of Dauin for three terms before he slid down and won as vice-mayor last May 10, while Neil Credo, his long time partner ran and won as mayor.

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September 19, 2010

NBYCI’s 150 plant 600 trees in La Lib

New Bian Yek Inc.’s 150 personnel coming from its subsidiaries- the Tire Division, Batching Plant, July Development Corp., July Lighterage Corp., Dumaguete Rice and Corn Mills planted 600 Mahogany, Durian trees and coffee plants in San Jose, La Libertad as part of its commitment to save and preserve the environment. Full support was given by Mayor Lawrence Limkaichong and Vice-Mayor Emmanuel Iway.

SU PTA follow new guidelines

INVESTMENT FORUM held last Wednesday at the Bethel was welcomed by Vice-Gov Roel Degamo (stripe shirt inset). The forum was graced by local businsessmen, including Elmer San Pascual, of Managers and Public Relations group; Dennis Meralles, director Phil Eco Zone Authority; Ex-Rep. Meniong Teves, Mayor Manuel Sagarbarria, Greg Uymatiao, NegOr Development Foundation; and initiated by NegOr. Investment board, DTI and Chamber of Commerce and Investment Promotions Center.

Worldwide Waterways Clean-up

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very third of September is declared as INTERNATIONAL COASTAL AND WATERWAYS CLEAN-UP day he School of Basic Education issued last week a set of guidelines in order to being observed worldwide better promote the welfare and security of the pupils at the Elementary De- through the conduct of partment. various clean-up activities. The City Government of Majority of the guide- through standard delibera- missal. Dumaguete has been in the lines reinforce practices be- tion processes and involved Silliman has always ing observed as early as last various tiers of leadership. been open to the Parents- forefront in the observance school year. Among them They were developed con- Teachers Association (PTA) of INTERNATIONAL are those related to drop-off sistent with Silliman’s con- in achieving the goals of its COASTAL AND WATERpoints, pick-up time, and tinuing efforts to address is- politics. The PTA’s contribu- WAYS CLEAN-UP held evregulated entry into the sues affecting safety of stu- tions are given weight in de- ery year for twelve years alschool premises. dents within the school pre- cision-making and channels ready. The observance is highTrue to University poli- mises and the need to facili- of communication remain lighted with clean-up activicies, the guidelines went tate efficient egress after dis- open Turn to page 17 ties in our coastal areas as well as inland waterways to be participated by various schools, colleges, universities, local and national government agencies and private institutions. This 24th I N T E R N AT I O N A L COASTAL AND WATERWAYS CLEAN-UP yester-

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New NCCA Dance Division officers

Newly elected officials of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts Dance Division held on September 10, 2010 at Midtown Hotel to serve for the year 2010 to 2013. 1st Row L-R: Edna Ledesma, Dolly Suzara, Mariant E. Villegas, Shirley Halili Cruz, Rebecca Nulud, Grace Perez and Cora Agustin. 2nd Row: L-R: Pepito Mosquito, Ariel Llanillo, Patricio Primor Jr., Larry Gabao, Rodel Fronda and Odysso Oyales.

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Fashion show fetes world tourism month

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he Negros Oriental observance of World Tourism Month held a “soft opening” Sun day night, September 12, at the front lawn of Sidlakang Negros Village. Dubbed “Indi Fashion Cocktails,” the event showcase the original creations of campus designers utilizing indigenous materials, worn by models from St. Paul University, Silliman University, Foundation University, Negros Oriental State University, Colegio de Santa Catalina d e Alejandria, and Asian College of Science and Technology (ACSAT). Senior Tourism Operations Officer Myla Mae B. Abellana said the weeklong day, Sept. 18.

(L-R: Dr. Nick Elman, Maritoni Somoza, Vice-Gov. Roel Degamo and Myla Abella)

calebration formally opens on Monday, September 13, 2010, with booths and various educational symposia, demonstrations, games and cultural programs in Sidlakang Negros Village Auditorium and Conference Hall, focused on the theme “Tourism and Biodiversity.” Abellana said the activities, which will close today Saturday, September 18, are produced by schools with Tourism and related courses, while the LGUs will project their tourism goods and services in their respective booths in the Village. Other schools in Dumaguete City and public High Schools in neighboring municipalities are expected to attend the day-to-night events and visit the SNV booths, Abellana added.


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Where in DUMAGUETE

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Solon ask ...

Silliman U ...

(From page 2)

From page 2 Teachers Association, scored the University for its failure to consult the PTA in drafting the new campus rules. However, a faculty of the elementary department twitted Macias for resigning when the paramount concern of the university in promulgating the new rules is for the safety of their children. Under the new rules, parents of those enrolled in Grades 4, 5 and 6 will no longer be allowed to enter the campus during lunch time ostensibly to teach the pupils to become independent; only students belonging to legitimate organizations are allowed to stay inside the campus beyond dismissal time; parents are urged to collect their students on time to avoid traffic jam and parents and visitors are only allowed entry after securing permission from the office of the Principal.

provinces. Arnaiz, former governor of Negros Oriental who had dealt with insurgency during his incumbency, admits he has yet to hear the comprehensive and long-term plan of the new Aquino administration with regards to ending insurgency. Meanwhile, the military is also hopeful that President Aquino will extend the life of the Social Integration Program (SIP), which aims to assist former rebels who intend to live normal but productive lives under the republic. 302nd Brigade Commanding Officer Col. Manuel Ochotorena said that the SIP program has been very useful to the military in enticing rebels to rejoin the mainstream society. Under the SIP, a rebel-returnee will receive a P 20,000 instant financial assistance and could get more cash depending on the number of firearms and ammunitions that will be surrendered to the government. The Aquino administration has put the SIP under review but the military is hopeful that the SIP will be reinstated or better yet, strengthened. Underscoring his commitment to the local peace initiatives, Governor Agustin “Tuting” Perdices has ordered the release of P 200,000 for the 20 rebel-returnees as initial assistance while waiting for the Aquino administration to finish its review of the SIP.(By Dems Demecillo)

Bishop ... (Sagun)

From page 8

plained: “It is to be suspected that they carry with them still something of their proselytizing zeal. The same must be said of a number of the American teachers, who are likewise ex-missionaries.” He minced no words in saying: “Of the native teachers I fear a large proportion of them are appointed by local political influence, and the result is that very many of them are professed haters of the Catholic Church and use their influence – and a “maestro” here acquires much of it – to the damage of the faith of the children.” More of this letter preserved in the Library of Congress in Washington DC will come to light in a future article.

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From page 10 port 800 notes. Farone was hospitalized at the Navy medical facility in Sangley Point,  following a fall. That is on record. It is known that he contacted Marissa, Pestaño’s  sister. He wanted “to tell what really happened to Phillip”. A long silence followed. The next time Farone called he was confined in V.Luna Military Hospital. His gangrenous foot was going to be amputated. Marissa and mother were turned away when they tried to vist Farone at V. Luna. “No longer here,” was the reason offered. Marissa learned later that Farone was brought to the Kidney Center. His leg had been  amputated.  Apparently, Farone was returned  to V. Luna after the amputation.  After two weeks, Marissa learned that Farone died. “Dead men tell no tales.” In their UN complaint, the Pestaño’s claim that Farone’s  demise  was  “suspicious.”    It   should have been investigated. Again,   the  Philippines   didn’t  even comment on this case. Shouldn’t  have this death been probed, if only to shield the good name of Navy and Armed Forces medical centers? “They were  faceless, powerless  enlisted men,” notes  Counsel Enrique Angeles  who shepherded the case through the UN.”  Like the Villa-nuevas,  Fidel’s  wife  had  no resources to pursue the case. “They were like trees, felled in the forest. No one sees. No one knows. No one cares. But perhaps, impeachment may spark  a  glimmer of hope.”  PerLOT FOR SALE haps. Motong-1464 sq.m. @

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BIR improves services for better tax collection by: Rachelle M. Nessia

The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) here has put in place measures to further improve their tax collection in the province. Jose Senador, chief of BIR's Taxpayers Services Division here, in a recent forum reported that their new office building has been designed primarily for the convenience of the local taxpayers. BIR on July 26 relocated to a new building at Upper Taclobo, Agapito Valencia Drive, this city.

NegOr nutrition council pushes for more brgy nutri scholars by: Rachelle M. Nessia

The Provincial Nutrition Council is pushing for the hiring of more barangay nutrition scholars in the province to ensure the implementation of nutrition-related programs at the grassroots level. In a recent meeting, the PNC members agreed to submit a resolution to the Sangguniang Panlalawigan recommending the deployment of one nutrition scholar by local chief executives in all barangays provincewide.

SPUD debate team bags awards in tourism grand debate by: Jennifer Catan-Tilos

Members of St. Paul University Dumaguete's Paulinian Debate Society bagged the Best Speaker and Best Debater awards as well as the Best Debating Team during the recently-held Tourism Grand Debate at Foundation University on September 13. Debaters Regina Clarina Elmaco and Eduard Joseph Narciso bagged the Best Speaker and the Best Debater awards, respectively.

Lutong Garbo sets for the cook match on Oct. 16 by: Jennifer Catan-Tilos

The Lutong Garbo sa Sidlakang Negros is still accepting entries from different local government units (LGUs) of the province to extend the chance of local culinary talents for the cook fest competition on October 16, 2010 at the Provincial Agriculturist Office, along the North National Highway, this city. This was announced by the Lutong Garbo Committee Chair Sylvia Uy as she enjoined the LGUs who have completed their own cooking contest to submit their entries before the deadline on September 22.

Mayors want ... iam Ablong stressed the

5 need toFrom solicitpage the opinions of the mayors to facilitate the effective implementation of the national law that requires all motorcycle users to wear helmets. Both Dela Cruz and Ablong admit their offices have not received any advice from the two agencies on how they could participate in the deliberations of the IRR. The Land Transportation Office has been telling the public that the helmet law will be implemented in October once the IRR is published. Dela Cruz hopes the specifications of the required helmets will be published soon to avoid unnecessary expenses on the motorists. Amlan has long passed an ordinance requiring habal-habal drivers to wear helmets and provide their passengers of the same but could not proceed sans the specifications of the safety gear.

City vows ... From page 5 thorities are already closely monitoring the bigtime drug pushers and financiers but admitted it would be difficult to catch them since they are seldom in the frontlines. The city’s eight urban and coastal barangays Poblacions 1-8 and Taclobo are classified as “seriously threatened” with the illegal drugs due to the presence of both pushers and users. Classified as big time pushers, are those individuals who earn between P 2030,000 pesos worth of illegal drugs sold every night. Macalipay said that the new tack of the city against the illegal drugs trade would be two-pronged: the reduction of both supply and demand through increased illegal drugs awareness and

NORECO ready ... From page 1 This is the first time that the electric coop was subjected to a formal investigation or fact-finding probe, by a Congressional committee. A debate is being threshed out whether the committee on cooperatives, or the committee on good governance will conduct the probe which was set this week. But Noreco2 board of directors led by Lani Alviola, chairman, requested that in view of the proximity of date, and the need to complete its paper works for presentation, they asked that the probe be done next month. No reply has yet been received from Congress. Noreco 2 is to be probed on its multi million controversial loans form distant rural banks instead of government banks; alleged overpricing of the purchase of electric posts; the removal of two Dumaguete-based board members when this capital city was to have the biggest representation, among others. Noreco2 manager Engr. Ephraim TAclob and chairman Alviola said the coop can ably defend itself based on facts and legal points. Another basic issue is the “hybrid” status of Noreco2 in that, critics claim, that Noreco2 claims to side with the Coop Development Authority interests of ordinary cooperatives when convenient, but sides with the NEA motherhood and independence, depending on whichever side the coop plays a winning battle. The probe wants to clarify the status of similar electric coops not just Noreco2. One consumer asked: “Why does Noreco2 allow itself to be investigated by Congress, in a Dumaguete venue, yet, when they elect their board members, they hold elections in far-flung towns?”

Mayor halts ... smoking in public.

From page 2 Enardecido has prohibited all municipal employees to smoke in public buildings. He is expected to lead the launching of smoke-free Ayungon in the coming days. People complain of tricycle and easy ride drivers who smoke without regard to their passengers’ sentiment. Some elected public officials are also hooked with smoking thereby diminishing their moral ascendancy to ask their subordinates to curb the unhealthy habit. Tuanda and former Governor Jose “Petit” Baldado decided to quit a few years back due to health reasons and has been promoting healthy lifestyle for those who are willing to listen. Mayors who are not known to smoke are: Ernesto Reyes, Guihulngan; Rene Gaudiel, Bayawan; Neil Credo, Dauin; Kit Marc Adanza,

While they welcome the congressional inquiry of the Committee on Cooperatives Development of the House of Representatives, the management of the Negros Oriental Electric Cooperative 2 has asked Congress to postpone the scheduled investigation so they can amply respond to the questions. The House inquiry is slated this Friday at the provincial convention center but might be postponed next month if the Congress accedes to the management’s request. In a letter to Rep. Ping-ay, Chairman of the Committee on Cooperatives of the House of Representatives, Lennie Joy Alviola, the Chairperson of the NORECO 2 Board of Directors, wrote that the officials of the electric cooperative including General Manager Ephraim Taclob will attend the congressional inquiry to clear their names. Alviola asserts “they have nothing to hide and nothing to fear.” Also invited to attend is Atty. Fulgencio Vigare Jr., CDA Oversight Administrator for Electric Cooperatives Cooperative Development Authority, who appeared to have unilaterally postponed the scheduled elections of some members of the Board of Directors. Coop-Natcco Rep. Cresente Paez said the House will look into alleged “abuse of authority and patent irregularities committed or being committed by the management and several members of the Board of Directors of NORECO 2 in its administration and in the conduct of its business and operations.” Paez said eight members of the committee will be here along with the province’s two district representatives namely George Arnaiz (2 nd District) and Pryde Henry Teves (3rd). The solon warns that the

Zamboanguita; Ricky Gonzalez, Valencia; Lenin Alviola, Bacong; Ernesto Uy, Mabinay; Bentham Dela Cruz, Amlan and Lawrence Limkaichong, La Libertad. Amlan Mayor Bentham Dela Cruz laments that the Committee on Health headed by Board Member Liland Estacion does not seem to prioritize the publication of the Implementing Rules and Regulations of the smokefree ordinance. The IRR would have provided the mayors a compelling reason and basis to implement the smoke-free ordinance, which strictly prohibits the selling of cigarettes to minors, smoking in public places, outdoor advertisements, etc. Dela Cruz stressed that while some mayors do not see the urgency of curbing cigarette smoking, they must realize that it should not be taken for granted. “Public officials must impress to the people that exposure to first and second hand smoke is detrimental to one’s health, the sooner they realize that the better,”

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BY ELY P. DEJARESCO

WHY SUERTRES & JUETENG ... (From page 2)

gies as better law enforcement, strengthening of the Small Town Lottery (STL) as alternative to jueteng, and adoption of measures to keep people away from the culture of gambling. He explained that the first strategy pertains to the intensified police operations against jueteng activities, the arrest of suspected gambling personnel, confiscation of bets and gambling paraphernalia, and filing of appropriate charges in court. “As early as July,he has directed then Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Director General Jesus Verzosa to conduct a nationwide campaign to stamp out jueteng, as well as validate reports that the operation of STL is being used as front for the illegal numbers game.” He is right: STL is the basis of jueteng winning numbers. So how can you stop it unless you stop STL? House can cite the officials summoned for contempt should they refuse to appear before the committee. Previous attempts by the City Council of Dumaguete to investigate alleged anomalies and excesses of the NORECO 2 management went unheeded. Also to be investigated is the unceremonious removal of BOD members Engr. Ricardo Maputi and retired police General Constantino Sayson, who are known to be the vocal “oppositionists” in the Board. Rep. Arnaiz scored the electric cooperative for their overstaying BOD members and their penchant of conducting their general assemblies away from the capital city. Paez and Arnaiz believe that it would be prudent for the NORECO 2 management to cooperate in the investigation to clear all doubts as to

the alleged anomalies in their financial transactions and the brusque removal of two BOD members. However, there is a move for the Committee on Cooperatives Development to relinquish the investigation to the Committee on Good Government and Public Accountability. In her September 10 letter to Ping-ay, Alviola said she would prefer that the congressional inquiry be moved to October 21, 2010 as they are still in the process of “securing vital documents and preparing their position paper on the subject of the investigation.” Paez said the results of the investigation will be used to strengthen the Cooperative Code of the Philippines, as well as for the possible prosecution of any NORECO 2 officials who may have committed unlawful acts.

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ity. Such process does not necessarily translate into popular decisions, but legal accountability requires that the school must decide on what would be beneficial to the students first and foremost, as it sees fit. The School Calendar continues to be followed and the guidelines in the Student Handbook, including those recently issued (attached) be observed.

From page 15 throughout the school year which then could transmit their feedback. In reaching a decision, however, the University consistently stands by what in its assessment best serves the interest of its constituencies. It considers as well what assists it in effectively exercising its custodial responsibil-

God in our ... (Obar) From page 6

God’s eternal approval, no matter how ill gotten; and poverty as the wages of sin. No cure to our multifarious social, political and economic illnesses, not even the profundity of the proposed solutions of the left or the right, assuming there are, could ever be had or attained without the exponential multiplier of the FATHERHOOD OF A LOVING and FORGIVING GOD. And this, to my mind, has been the lacking component of our common struggles as a people and nation; then, now and in the future. Today therefore, as a fitting tribute to those who have

already paid, dearly, the cost of a DEMOCRACY and FREEDOM, we should jointly call or urge, short of rebuke, the churches, government institutions and the educational system to revisit their understanding of wealth and poverty. Redirect the minds of men from consumerism and commercialism of material wealth into the higher and loftier value of satisfaction of the human soul. Finally, our compatriots who have died for the sake of FREEDOM and DEMOCRACY will be happier in the loving embrace of our Great Creator if for one time we look upon ourselves and examine our hearts’ desires. “Rejoice in the name of the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart,” the scriptures says. (Concluded next issue)


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VM scores ... From page 1

Lawyer-less court ... (From page 4) Claims for damages, as long as the amount claimed is P100,000 or less, can fall under the small claims proceedings. Even businesses or corporations who have unpaid credits or receivables of P100,000 or less can take advantage of the small claims proceedings in collecting their credits. If you have more questions on how to go about filing small claims (P100,000 or less), creditors/ litigants are advised to seek guidance from the clerks of court. Moreover, the media can help in disseminating this procedure, inviting judges in broadcast programs to explain the small claims procedures. Clerks of court can also be invited to explain in these court innovations on radio shows.

Two brothers ... From page 1 tor C. Patrimonio, Executive Judge of RTC, Negros Oriental. At today’s prices, the shabu is worth P1.6 million pesos. This is the biggest haul so far in the anti-campaign in the City of Dumaguete City. In another judgment, one Pablo Amaro, Jr. was found guilty of illegal sale of a heatsealed transparent plastic sachet with 0.04 gram of shabu and was meted life imprisonment. He was found guilty also of illegal possession of drug paraphernalia, (two (2) pieces of unsealed transparent plastic sachets which were found to be positive for traces of shabu and two (2) pieces of aluminum foil used as tooters) and sentenced to suffer an indeterminate penalty of six (6) months and one (1) day as minimum term to one (1) year as maximum term and to pay a fine of Ten Thousand Pesos (P10,000.00). Amaro had sold the shabu to a poseur buyer at Zone 3, Barangay Looc, Dumaguete City last August 10, 2006. After his arrest,

he was searched and the drug paraphernalia were found in his possession. In three (3) more judgments, Laurencio Pristin, Lucio Lingaw-lingaw and Beauty Tropa were each found guilty for illegal possession of shabu and sentenced to suffer each an indeterminate penalty of twelve (12) years and one (1) day as minimum term to fourteen (14) years as maximum term and to pay a fine of Four Hundred Thousand Pesos (P400,000.00). Pristin was found to be in possession of one (1) heat-sealed transparent sachet containing 0.02 gram of shabu in an anti-narcotic operation at Zone 4, Barangay Looc, Dumaguete City last Spetember 18, 2006. Tropa was arrested in another anti-narcotic operation, this time at Zone 2, Barangay Looc, Dumaguete City on November 29, 2006 where she was caught in possession of two (2) heat-sealed transparent plastic sachets containing 0.05 gram of shabu. Lingaw-lingaw was arrested by a roving patrol, still in Barangay Looc, Dumaguete City last February 14, 2007, when he was seen in possession of a heatsealed transparent plastic sachet containing 0.12 gram of shabu.

Saturday. This developed as Mayor Manuel Sagarbarria decided to appoint Cordova , as vice chairman of the city peace and order council, whose papers will be signed shortly. Cordova fits the job as anti crime czar, being a bimedalled combat officer, graduate from PMA and West Point, who chose politics and teaching as his lifetime career. Cordova, in a privilege speech before the City Council, denounced the PDEA local chief and said, “he deserves to be removed from his present assignment because it does not speak well of an officer and a gentleman. If we are quick to denounce a common criminal, the more we should denounce this PDEA official who should have set a good example of sobriety and prudence especially in the use of a firearm issued to him by the people thru the government.” For his side, Kintanar defended saying, that while celebrating his birthday at the beach, some people got into an argument prompting him to fire warning shots (for what?) in the air to stop the confusion. He said, he never intended to shoot anyone. But it sent many people covering for safety. Three people charged Kintanar for disturbing the peace, and were to file the same with the fiscal’s office. DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE NOTICE is hereby given that NESTOR GARVILLES , married to Bernardita Garingalao-Garvilles have filed and executed a Deed of Absolute Sale on Lot No. 178-A, Psd-07-03-006123 covered by OCT No. FT-5350, containing an area of 2.6831 hectares, situated at Brgy. Maninihon, Bayawan City, Negros Oriental, in favor of MAMERTO JAVIER QUITO Y JR., per Doc. No. 325, Page No. 65, Book No. XII, Series of 2010 of Notary Public Atty. Peter Paul F. Renacia. The Negros Chronicle Sept. 19, 26 & Oct. 3, 2010

Buenavista Elem. School Principal cites positive outcomes of milk feeding program courtesy of Cong. Josy Limkaichong, and free noon meal of the government. (LR:) Lt. Angelito Luna, S7 (11th IB), Caridad Enojo, Supervisor, Guihulngan South (DepEd), Lt. Bernir Afable, Cmdr. Bravo Coy., Major Rolando Cati-il, Ex-O, Lt. Col. Ramil Bitong, CO, 11th IB, Mageline Colina, Odel Erojo, Principal Buenavista Elem. School.

Cordova warns ... From page 2 were at Escaño to celebrate his birthday when they figured in a trouble with a group of civilians. Based on the police blotter, the complainants against Kintanar’s group were identified as Alan Yong Banogon, Ryan Mamigo and Virgilio Piñero.Kintanar

Buz hubs ... From page 2 of Managers and Public Relations group and Dennis Meralles, Director Phil Eco Zone Authority. Busisness leaders also present were ex-Rep Meniong Teves, Mayor Manuel Sagarbarria, Greg Uymatiao, NegOr Development Foundation and initiated by NegOr Investment board, DTI and Chamber of Commerce and Investment Promotions Center under Francel Martinez.

strongly denied the accusations claiming he fired his gun into the air as warning shots to appease the conflicting parties. Negros Oriental Police Provincial Office Director Supt. Augusto Marquez Jr. said that while PDEA agents do not belong to the PNP, his office is ready to assist the complainants in filing charges should they so decide.

Korean loses ... From page 14 of his rented room by removing one of the window’s jalousie blades and opened the room’s door before carting away the said valuables. Hong called with his stolen mobile phone but a female voice on the other end claims she is from Bais City.

Two men ... From page 14 in partner. It was learned that the victim tried to pacify the suspect who was quarreling with his wife. Nemaria resented the victim’s intrusion into the couple’s conflict and attacked Dante.

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2 Bloods ... From page 14 from one Ronnel Fernandez while the two were singing their hearts out in a karaoke bar in an ungodly hour last week. Senior Inspector Renato Bureros, Sibulan Chief of Police tagged Sakkam as the suspect in the shooting of Jurell Carpentero, who survived with two gunshot wounds last August 16. Fernandez readily confessed being a member of Bloods gang. However, his drinking buddy, Sakkam, who was reportedly charged of robbery in the past vehemently denied any involvement in the shooting of Carpentero or at least being a member of any gang. EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE NOTICE is hereby given that the heirs of the late JUAN CLIANO have filed and executed an Extrajudicial of Estate on his Savings Account No. 04702-000324-0 at the Philippine Veteran’s Bank, Dumaguete City Branch, Dumaguete City per Doc. No. 382, Page No. 78, Book No. 3, Series of 2010f Notary Public Atty. Alex Andrew P. Icao The Negros Chronicle Sept. 19, 26 & Oct. 3, 2010 EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE NOTICE is hereby given that the heirs of the late CAYETANO SAPUAN have filed and executed an Extrajudicial Settlement of Estate on Lot No. 3707, OCT No. 1656-A, situated in Dumaguete City, containing an area of 3,269 sq.m., per Doc. No. 94, Page No. 20, Book No. 2, Series of 2006 of Notary Public Atty. Janette L. Icao. The Negros Chronicle Sept. 19, 26 & Oct. 3, 2010

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