Mindanao Daily NEWS
Volume II, No. 196
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February 18, 2014
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8 groups get livelihood aid from Labor department By PAT SAMONTE Regional Editor-Caraga
Filmmakers gather for ‘6th Cinema Rehiyon’ in Oro
BUTUAN City--The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) in Caraga released a total of P1,384,350 livelihood grants to eight organizations in what Undersecretary Rebecca Chato called a DOLE-DOST Convergence Program on TechnologyDriven, Resource-Based and Sustainable Livelihood.
By Stephen J. Pedroza
Expect Cagayan de Oro City to be flooded with filmmakers this week. The red carpet has been rolled out and the silver screens are ready for the Arts month’s biggest
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Jeepney ‘barkers’ warned
DAVAO City––Mayor Rodrigo R. Duterte warned jeepney “barkers” in the city to watch out as he is regularly monitoring them from inside a car with tinted See barkers, page 7
gathering of independent filmmakers across the Philippine archipelago. After months of hard work and detailed planning, the emerging indie film festival dubbed as a “detour from the Manilacentric films,” See gather, page 11
Cagayan de Oro City first district Rep. Rolando Uy, Misamis Oriental second district Rep. Juliette Uy, Bukidnon first district Rep. Malou Acosta, Cagayan de Oro City second district Rep. Rufus Rodriguez, Senator Bam Aquino, and Iligan City Rep. Vicente Belmonte Jr. grace the Go Negosyo event at Limketkai Luxe Hotel in Cagayan de Oro. The senator, a Go Negosyo Young Entrepreneur Awardee, visited Bukidnon and Cagayan de Oro and spoke to audiences promoting the Go Negosyo program. Photo by Gerry Lee Gorit of Mindanao Daily News
Uy remains independent, says hubby
SECOND district Rep. Juliette Uy of Misamis Oriental will remain an independent politician without political party, said her husband Mayor Julio Uy of Villanueva. See hubby, page 7
Northern Mindanao Filmmaker Glenmark “Marky” Doromal in one of his journeys through the art of film production. Marky is the director for the short film, “Ang Walay Kahumanang Adlaw” which will be screened on February 19, SM City Cinema 3 as part of the Northern Mindanao Collective category of Cinema Rehiyon 6 film festival. marky hails from Iligan City and is a graduate from De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde for a filmmaking program (BA Digital Filmmaking).
Hundreds of thousand members of the Iglesia ni Cristo join the Worldwide Walk for victims of super Typhoon Yolanda at the Roxas Blvd. in Manila on Saturday, February 15, 2014. The event also aims to set world record for charity walks. (KJ ROSALES)
GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS HOLDER
Oro dads commend INC By ED A. MAINIT Correspondent and IRENE JOY B. DAYO Staff member
THE City Council of Cagayan de Oro yesterday unanimously approved Resolution no. 2014-046 authored by Councilor Candy Darimbang commending Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) after its
nationwide charity walk on Sunday bagged two new Guinness World Records. Guinness World Records represented by Ms. Kirstie Bennet said the Worldwide Walk for Typhoon Yolanda victims of the INC set two new records in the Guinness Book. Bennet, who came to
Manila to oversee the tallying, declared that the charity walk topped the record as the Largest Charity Walk in single venue which was previously held by Singapore Holdings Ltd for an event that drew 77,500 participants in a single event on May 21, 2000. The See commend, page 7
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2 dead in freak tractor accident By GERRY LEE GORIT, Correspondent
CAGAYAN de Oro City––The body of a missing woman who was killed by a tractor that fell from a bridge in Iligan City has been found. Barangay Abuno councilor Eduard Laranio identified the victim as Anita Librado. The accident happened last week when the tractor fell from the Submarine Bridge in barangay Abuno. Librado’s companion, one Leonilo Mejorada, was also killed in the accident and his body was recovered the same day. Librado’s body, however, went missing and was recovered the other day at the shore of barangay Poblacion in Linamon, Lanao del Norte. Both victims were residents of barangay Tambacan in Iligan.
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Dir. Igdon to PSA-Lanao del Norte: ‘Walk the talk’ in new Iligan office By Cheng Ordoñez Associate Editor
ILIGAN City––The Lanao del Norte Provincial Statistics Authority (PSA) here, formerly the National Statistics Office (NSO), had the blessing of its new office with PSA 10 OIC-Regional Director Marilou Igdon as guest of honor last Friday (February 14) in Iligan City. The new office of PSALanao del Norte is located at Barnuevo Building,Badelles
Extension, Palao, Iligan City. Rev. Fr. Adam Bago of the Our Lady of Fatima Parish led in the blessing ceremony of the new office, which occupies portions of the ground floor and the 2nd floor of the Barnuevo edifice. Mr. Osler Mejares, officerin-charge of the PSA-Lanao del Norte, said the new office is expected to provide effective services to clients and will redound to a better working environment among his staff.
The PSA- Lanao del Norte office caters to some 400 to 500 clients from Monday to Friday, Mejares said. “The bulk of the clients’ transactions is with birth and marriage records,” he added. Aside from gracing the inauguration of the new PSA office, Dr. Igdon administered the oath of office to the new set of officers of the League of Civil Registrars and Personnel of Iligan City and Lanao del Norte, Inc. (ICLANOR) for CY 2014.
Mayor Jose “The Action Man” Galario Jr. Strikes a pose with the city employees during the Valentines party, February 14, 2014. Text by Den Batis, photo by Tata Cloma.
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his arms after a series of armed engagements in Agusan Del Norte earlier this year. The tired NPA brought one (1) AR-18 (Armalite) and one (1) M4 Bushmaster assault rifles. “Gikapoy man gud ko sa walay hunong nga operasyon sa bukid. Sa dugay
nakog pakigbisog murag wala gayud sila nakatabang sa problema sa akong tribu. Grabe gayud ang pagpangilad nila sa katawhan labi na sa mga Lumad nga gihimu nilang Armado (I get tired of this worthless operations. The years of fighting with them made us hopeful that they will help our tribe in our situation. Instead of helping us, they deceived us and made us member of
their armed group.” Ltc Adonis Ariel G Orio, 29th Infantry Battalion Commander said, “This is a manifestation that the NPAs in my area are experiencing both combat fatigue and social pressures. People who are fed up with the atrocities of these NPAs are giving information on NPA’s activities and locations. Because of this, we have prevented their plans to terrorize civilians in communities purposely to collect so-called “revolutionary taxes”. As a result, many of them have returned to the folds of the law while others went back
The new officers are composed of Engr. Juliet Galambao – President; Gina Mascarinas – Vice President; Brizah Libardos Secretary; Sinayanan Dangdang – Treaurer; Salam Ali – Auditor; Marichu Sanchez – PIO; and Maimona Minalang and Sittie Malaco –Social Managers. The new officers also gathered for a meeting with Dir. Igdon after the blessing of the new office. In her message,Dr. Igdon told the staff of the PSALanao del Norte to “walk the talk” as they begin to serve in the new office, even as she said that with better ambiance and new equipment, there is no reason not to perform their best with the tasks expected of them. Mr. Mejares said the new building is “a dream of prosperity” as he thanked Dr. Igdon for granting their request, especially in the procurement of new office equipment. “This is the beginning of better performance to serve the constituents in this part of the region, as we look forward to better teamwork in a new working environment that has better ambiance and enough working space for both our personnel and clients,” Mejares said.
to their communities and went on lie low.” Iligan will receive monetary support from the firearms remuneration program of the Armed Forces of the Philippines or the “AFP Guns for Peace Program”. “This money that shall be given to him is not a reward money, but is a financial support intended for his new life when he gets back to his family and reintegrated into their community.” Ltc Orio added. (1LT JOE PATRICK A MARTINEZ (QMS) PA, Commanding Officer, 42nd CMO Company, 4CMOBn, 4ID, PA)
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Sen. Aquino names Oro ‘Go Negosyo’ pilot area By Cheng Ordoñez Associate Editor
CAGAYAN de Oro City–– Senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino met with various business groups here n Northern Mindanao, first in Bukidnon province and later in Cagayan de Oro City, last Saturday (Feb. 15) and presented Senate Bill No.2046, otherwise known as the “Go Negosyo Bill.” Sen. Aquino said Cagayan de Oro City has been identified to be one of the four pilot areas in the entire country for the implementation of “Go Negosyo Bill” per recommendation from the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI). Senate Bill No. 2046 is an act promoting the reduction of poverty through the development of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). Sen. Aquino told a group of businessmen in Malaybalay that the measure “aims to facilitate ease of doing business, push the growth of micro and small enterprises, create jobs and livelihood around the country, and hopefully achieve the inclusive growth that millions of our fellow Filipinos desperately wish to be part of.” “The fact that the Philippines has grown astoundingly over the past three years is no longer news to us. Since 2010, the administration of President Benigno
Aquino III has worked hard to institute fiscal reforms and anti-corruption measures that have led to robust economic growth, global investor confidence, and our recently earned investment grade ratings by Moody’s, Fitch, and Standard & Poor. From being the “Sick Man of Asia” just a decade or so ago, we are now among the“Breakout Nations” and one of Asia’s “Rising Stars.” “Today, we are second only to China in terms of growth,” Sen. Aquino said. “We can say that our macro-economic numbers, especially over the past year and a half, have been phenomenal. However, all this growth means nothing if we cannot create jobs, livelihood, and “mass employment” for millions of poor Filipinos. Hindi po katanggap-tanggap na habang umaarangkada ang ating ekonomiya, maraming pa ring Pilipino ang patuloy na naghihirap,” he said. Sen. Aquino pointed to “unlocking of inclusive growth through MSME development” as one of the key measures to business development in the country. Sen. Aquino is the chairman of the Senate Committee on Trade, Commerce and Entrepreneurship. He said his Committee has identified several keys to unlocking inclusive growth, among them comprehensive and meaningful support for
Senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino gives instruction to residents who are trying to give first aid to one of the victims of a vehicular accident Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014, along the highway of Malaybalay, Bukidnon. Sen. Aquino was on his way to a meeting with Bukidnon businessmen in Malaybalay and later in the day with Cagayan de Oro, Camiguin and Iligan businessmen in CDO. photo by lovie casenas
micro, small, and medium enterprises; unhindered access to inclusive finance; support for social enterprises through inclusive supply chains; the K+12 educational system geared towards enterprise development and job placement; and clear pipeline for the 4Ps program towards productivity. “Underpinning all of these is the development of our micro and SME sector, which accounts for 99% of
all businesses in the Philippines and at least 66% of all jobs in the labor force. The numbers show that boosting the MSME sector will help us create more decent, sustainable jobs that can lift many Filipinos out of poverty. We also need to look at MSMEs as a pipeline for development, instead of seeing the micro, the small, and the medium enterprises in silos. We need programs that will enable micro enterprises to
Senator Bam Aquino poses with Congresswoman Malou Acosta and Local Government Executives.
enter the formal economy; our goal should be to help them “graduate” into SMEs so that they grow and generate revenue and jobs for our communities. MSME development is a continuum that needs support at each stage from the government and the private sector,” Sen. Aquino said told the business group and some national and local government officials led by Representatives Malou Acosta (1st District), Florencio Flores Jr., (2nd District), Jose Ma. Zubiri III (3rd District) and Oneil Roque (4th Ditrict). From the business meeting, Sen. Aquino proceeded to Pook Kaamulan, where he was guest of honor in the celebration of “Wika ng Kapayapaan: Pambansang Summit at Palihan. Later in the evening,Sen. Aquino told another business group representing Camiguin, Iligan and Cagayan de Oro City what the Go Negosyo Bill hopes to achieve. At its core, the Go Negosyo Bill addresses this current gap in government support systems, and by empowering and supporting MSMEs, which comprise 99% of all businesses in the country, it means
setting them on a pipeline for development. “Hence, this bill, is a “foundational” and necessary aspect of our country’s inclusive growth agenda,” the Senator said. At the heart of the Go Negosyo Bill is infrastructure and support for MSMEs at the city and municipal level so that each local government is able to boost MSME growth and provide jobs and livelihood for their constituents. Go Negosyo Bill has been designed to connect to and complement two existing laws: The Magna Carta for MSMEs and the BMBE Law. It deepens the Magna Carta for MSMEs by establishing Negosyo Centers supervised by DTI in each city and municipality as a hub for MSME registration and development. Entrepreneurs of all sizes will know they have a partner in starting and growing their businesses, and getting access to the right kind of training, mentoring, and value chain linkages. At the Thanks-giving Dinner at Limketkai Luxe Hotel in CDO, Sen. Aquino was accompanied by Rep. Rolando “Klarex” Uy (1st District), Rep. Rufus Rodriguez (2nd District), and top officials from Camiguin province and iligan City.
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DOLE-Caraga releases P1.38m livelihood aid to 8 organizations By PAT SAMONTE Regional Editor-Caraga
BUTUAN City--The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) in Caraga released a total of P1,384,350 livelihood grants to eight organizations in what Undersecretary Rebecca Chato called a DOLE-DOST Convergence Program on TechnologyDriven, Resource-Based and Sustainable Livelihood. In a ceremony at a local convention center here on Friday morning, Chato, assisted by DOLE-Caraga Regional Director Johnson Cañete, handed the checks to the beneficiaries “to provide livelihood assistance to poor, vulnerable, and marginalized workers and their families.” Cañete explained that the DOLE Integrated Livelihood Program (DILP) is aimed at improving the delivery of DOLE’s livelihood programs in convergence with the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), in cooperation
NPA rebel surrenders
BANCASI, Butuan City––A member of the New People’s Army (NPA) returned to the folds of the law through the effort of the 29th Infantry Battalion in Agusan Del Norte bringing along his two firearms yesterday afternoon, February 15, 2014. A 29-year-old Manobo (Indigenous People in Agusan del Norte), Marlon Iligan, member of Sentro de Grabidad 21 of Guerilla Front 21, North Eastern Mindanao Regional Committee, has finally decided to lay down See rebel, page 2
GRANTS FOR LIVELIHOOD PROJECTS. Labor Undersecretary Rebecca
Chato (2nd from right), assisted by DOLE-Caraga Director Johnson Cañete (extreme right), hand a check to representatives of a beneficiary-organization as assistance for a livelihood project during a ceremony at a local convention center in Butuan City on February 14, 2014. Photo by Pat Samonte of Mindanao Daily News-Caraga
with the Department of Agriculture, Department of Trade and Industry, and other concerned govern-
Community Association ment agencies. The beneficiaries and the of LGU Sison, Surigao del grants they received were Norte – P57,900 for See aid, page 7 LMA Women’s Initiated
BANCASI, Butuan City – One NPA member, Marlon Iligan, turns over his two assault rifles to Cpt Samuel Maglinao, Civil-Military Operations Officer of 29th Infantry Battalion, 4th Infantry Division, Philippine Army. (Photo by 2LT. Analyn Bogaoan PA, CMO COMPANY)
PNRC-Agusan del Sur holds bloodletting on Valentine’s Day IN celebration with the Valentine’s Day and the birthday of Agusan del Sur’s mother, former Governor Valentina G. Plaza, the Philippine National Red Cross (PNRC) in Agusan del Sur chapter in cooperation with the Office of the Vice Governor, a Bloodletting activity was held at the Capitol Lobby, Provincial Government building of Agusan del Sur last February 14. Over 81 people participated in the event, includ-
ing the Philippine Army (401st Brigade), Philippine National Police (PNP) and different offices from national and local. Governor Adolph Edward G. Plaza dropped by before he went to his office, to show its support on the Bloodletting activity and even checked the situation of 401st Brigade Commander Col. Gregory M. Cayetano while having its session. In an interview, Ms. Dar winaLigan the OIC of PNRC Agusan del Sur
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Chapter said that donating your blood will help your body to produce new and fresh red blood cells. And it was agreed by one of the donors, Mr. Rex Lalison an employee of the PGAS, in which, he felt lighter and even not easy to get sick. Besides, participating the activity will help you in the near future especially when you need blood transfusion. Just like what Ms. JenyManlapitao did with her 3 cousins, in which, See holds, page 11
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National Achievement Test (NAT) Is It Necessary?
By Merlisa G. Tala
By Censusa R. Abuel San Simon Elementary School Principal-I
National Achievement Test (NAT) is an examination conducted annually before a given School Year ends. It is done to ascertain the educational performance of students achieved during the year. Students knowledge, skills and values are tested in different subject areas- Mathematics, Science, English, Filipino, HEKASI for Elementary level and Araling Panlipunan for High School. The test is administered by the Department of Education through the National Education Testing and Research Center (NETRC). The purpose is to find out the degree of achievement performed by the students in the entire country based on the Minimum Learning Competencies per level per subject areas. The results will guide the de-
partment on what course to take appropriate to the findings gathered in the field. Furthermore, the test results are not only useful for the national educational personnel but equally useful for school administrators in the field and most importantly for the classroom teachers whose main task lies the success and failure of students performance in the classroom. Achieving the MLC per school level, per subject areas are indeed a great challenge to everybody and to the stake holder/clientele. This is the reason why reviews, in dept teachings are evidently done by classroom teachers to achieve the targeted passing percentage. For honest to goodness conduct of the test, they are very rewarding and meaningful. When test result fall
short of what is expected, would mean extra work, extra time, extra patience for teachers, school heads and monitoring subject area supervisor. Attaining the elusive quality education of Philippine Educational System need coordinated efforts by everybody to produce responsible, productive, skilled and value-oriented citizens of our country. The writer rose from a classroom teacher to school administrator. She has been exposed, immersed, had experienced being involved in this national assessment activity. It is both a challenge and rewarding. A challenge when students performed below the target. Rewarding when the outcomes is very satisfactory A question : Is NAT necessary?
When I was in fourth year high school I was asked by my teacher what course am I going to pursue after graduation. My answer was I want to be a teacher. I want to teach my pupils someday on how to spell, to love figures, to write and the most important one is on how to read. My teacher told “hope you can be the best reader in the future”. This statement fascinated and challenged me to become one. Since I love my work, I am always motivated to teach. Considering my pupils as my own children, I gave them the glamour, the expression of loving them, to let them feel that they belong in the classroom where they are in. In the grade I world, teaching reading is not easy especially at the start. But then my mind is already
Teachers are catalyst of change. Individually, they handle classes to the extent that what they teach may become indelible to the young minds of the learners. They employ different techniques and strategies to make sure that the diverse intelligences of the learners are addressed. Progressively, they are taking steps to attend to the need of globally competitive individuals as the country strikes forward for more development and success. Last year, K+12 Curriculum took off. The 21st Century Learning consists of core subjects and themes that move around three core skills: life and career skills, learning and innovation skills, and information media, and technology skills. These are the skills that students need in order to be successful in the 21st century. The core subjects include:
English, Reading, Language Arts, World Languages, Arts, Mathematics, Economics, Science, Geography, History, and Government and Civics. In addition to the core subjects, schools must integrate the 21st century interdisciplinary themes in the daily instructional activities. The themes consist of global awareness, financial, economic, business, entrepreneurial, civil, health, and environmental literacy. According to Trilling and Fadel (2009), the ability to work effectively and creatively with team members and classmates regardless of differences in culture and style is an essential 21st century life skill . Likewise, teachers need to prepare the students for a world beyond the classroom in order for them to become successful in all aspects
of their lives. Also, leadership and responsibility “provides lots of opportunities to take responsibility and exercise leadership-skills important to future employers”. Teaching students responsibilities will strengthen their work ethic when they have a job or career. They will be prepared and be confident when they are seeking for job opportunities. It will continue to help them succeed in the job market and learn even more skills. Every day is a continuous challenge for the teachers to mold the learners into responsible, globally competitive citizens who would surely make the words of Gat Jose Rizal come true that the youth is the hope of the nation. Help build a stronger and better nation by producing more productive citizens in your own classrooms.
Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL AUTONOMOUS GOVERNMENT Region XII PROVINCE OF LANAO DEL NORTE MUNICIPALITY OF TUBOD Office of the Sangguniang Bayan EXCEPT FROM THE MINUTES OF THE SIXTEENTH REGULAR SESSION OF THE SANGGUNIANG BAYAN, TUBOD, LANAO DEL NORTE, HELD AT THE SB-SESSION HALL, ON AUGUST 20, 1984. PRESENT: Hon. Romana de la Cruz Ner Hon. Trifon A. Tabuco Hon. Marcelino P. Noval, Jr. Hon. Alfredo C. Bihag Hon. Gerundio Quimada Hon. Fabian Manoop Hon. Javier Espra Hon. Patricio Estrada Hon. Margarito Cabrera Hon. Diosdado Buale Hon. Isidro Luzano Hon. Uldarico Cuizon
- Municipal Mayor, Presiding Officer, - Municipal Vice-Mayor, – Kagawad, - Kagawad, - Kagawad, - Kagawad, - Kagawad, - Kagawad, - Kagawad, - Kagawad, - Kagawad, ABC President, - Kagawad, Fed. Mun. KB Chairman.
conditioned that these pupils I have should know how to read at the end of July or August. I think it positively, spend a lot of time and even gave them remedial reading teaching. I felt successful and contented at the end of the day if two or three pupils are improving their reading ability. Aside from that I always see to it that the pupils love the atmosphere in the classroom, the audio and visual aids, the order, the cleanliness, the books they wanted to read should at hand. Thus, my philosophy in teaching reading is to encourage the child for him to learn confidence, praise him so that the child can appreciate, deals him with fairness, for him to know that justice has been exercised. Give the child the security he needs and approve what good things he did in school. Accept the child and befriend him so he’ll find love in me.
“BUHOS” A Noctural Business
21st Century Learning treads Global Competitiveness By LOU Q. PALMA Kisolon Central Elem. School, Sumilao District
Four die in road accident
MY PHILOSOPHY IN TEACHING READING
By Michael T. Pelecio, Head Teacher I Kahusayan Elementary School, Kitaotao II District
“Gasolina for Sale”, this caption can be seen almost everywhere in the highways of Bukidnon. Well this caption might soon replaced with “: Highway General Merchandise”. This is because now a days almost everything that a man needs seems to be available in this kind of business. Fuel, milk, junk foods, you name it they have it. And even meat (chicken and pork) are being sold in the so called “Buhos Business”). Buhos is an illegal selling of products by the delivery personnel. Well , no wonder why these trade have grown as fast as lightning. Prices are way down below compared with that of the stores with permit from the government. And everyone can buy any time of the day, mind you, that is a 24/7 business. This I think have swayed the hearts of the consumers to patronize such kind of commerce. Noctural business as I describe, for these so called” buhos “ happen
at night. Products are being dropped by the “producers” usually on the time that nobody notice or see.O course, we don’t have any in-born ability to see in the dark, so they do it at night. And I guess that the government is diurnal. It works at daytime and closes its eyes at night as we literally close our eyes as we sleep. Personally, i don’t see any illegal acts on this matter other than paying taxers to the government. These people involved don’t have permit, thus, they are not issuing any receipt to their clients. And this trade is becoming so rampant if not yet. For sure this kind of commerce would hit our economy like fireball. Hitting and creating a hole that would probably put us down under. And with fingers crossed hoping the day won’t come, we might just see ourselves in a deep economic crisis. Isn’t this alarming to every one of us ? Think of it.
By GERRY LEE GORIT Correspondent
CAGAYAN de Oro City–– Four people perished in a truck and car collision Sunday evening along the national highway at barangay Sambulawan, Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental. Three of the four died on the spot while the other one who was rushed to a hospital was declared later as dead on arrival. The identities of the four have yet to be released by the police. Laguindingan police chief Sr. Insp. Jalasis Teves said the four victims were in a Toyota Corrola when the car collided with a trailer truck carrying flour from Iligan City. Teves said witnesses to the accident recounted that the car was speeding fast when it hit the truck. He said the car was reported to have come from Marawi City, and that dead on the spot were two men and one woman who were pinned in the wrecked car. The injured was brought to the Northern Mindanao Medical Center but attending doctor declared the person dead on arrival. Truck driver Jermias Somondong is under further investigation by the police.
By virtue of its Powers and Duties under Section 149 of the Batas Pambansa Blg. 337 otherwise known as the Local Government Code, be it ordained by the Sangguniang Bayan of Tubod, Lanao del Norte, that; Section 1 – Any person or group of persons is prohibited to loiter or roam around any place within the territorial jurisdiction of this municipality from ten o’clock in the evening (10:00 P.M.) through four o’clock in the morning (4:00 A.M.) except on conditions prescribed in the succeeding section. Section 2 – Any person or group of persons may loiter or roam around in any place within the territorial jurisdiction of this municipality when using torch, gas powered lanterns, or similar lamps, illumination of which can clearly identify the person or group of persons concerned. Section 3 – Battery powered Lamps usage is prohibited as this paraphernalia is commonly used by bad elements in the commission of crimes, except when said battery powered lamps are lighted continuously, not to be flickered, in order to produce sustained illumination. Section 4 – Any person or group of persons found violation the provisions of this Ordinance shall suffer a penalty of imprisonment of not less than one month but not exceeding six months or a fine of not less than Two Hundred Pesos but not exceeding One Thousand Pesos, or both such fine and imprisonment at the discretion of the court. Section 5 – All the municipal laws and/or ordinances or parts thereof, which are inconsistent with the preceding are hereby repealed or amended accordingly.
RESOLUTION NO. 84, S. 1984
Section 6 – This Ordinance shall take effect immediately.
WHEREAS, the municipality of Tubod is now facing problems on hooliganism, petty thieveries, outlawries and most seriously, subversion movements committed at times when the inhabitants are at rest during the night time:
Carried unanimously all members present.
I HEREBY CERTIFY to the correctness of the above-qouted resolution ordinance.
WHEREAS, the law enforcing agents of this municipality are relatively impotent the fact that they are very much deplated, thus strength of the INP force is not sufficient to effectively cope with the situation; NOW, THEREFORE, on motion of Kagawad Alfredo C. Bihag, duly seconded by kagawad Gerundio Quimada, be it resolved, as it is hereby resolved, to promulgate and adopt the following Municipal Ordinance;
(SGD.) AGUSTIN T. ORELLANO, JR. Municipal Secretary
MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE NO. 67 “AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING ANY PERSON ON GROUP OF PERSONS TO LOITER OR ROAM AROUND ANY PLACE WITHIN THE TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION OF THIS MUNICIPALITY FROM TEN O’CLOCK IN THE EVENING (10:00 P.M) THROUGH FOUR O’CLOCK IN THE MORNING (4:00 A.M) EXCEPT ON CERTAIN CONDITIONS PROVIDED FOR AND PROVIDING PENALTY FOR VIOLATION THEREOF.”
APPROVED: (SGD.) ROMANA DE LA CRUZ NERI Municipal Mayor MDN: Feb. 11, 18 & 25, 2014
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Account Yolanda funds; INC, ‘amazing again’ LIFE’S INSPIRATIONS: “… if you do not obey the Lord your God and do not carefully follow all his commands and decrees I am giving you today, all these curses will come on you and overtake you… The Lord will strike you with… scorching heat and drought… The sky over your head will be bronze, the ground beneath you iron…” (Deuteronomy 28:15, 22-23, the Bible). -oooWHERE HAVE THE BILLIONS IN YOLANDA AID GONE? At the rate things are going, with many Yolanda victims storming media outlets with their complaint that, despite the trillions of pesos in local and international aid that had been received by the Aquino government they are still unable to receive any assistance at this point, there is a need for our officials now to do a math, or an accounting. Officials, particularly of the Department of Social
VERY clear, it depends on what genre of music you are talking about. Since many years I am hosting classical music radio shows in the Philippines. Classical music doesn’t mean the Beatles or Rolling Stones, the Rock area of the 1950’s. Maybe it’s the Glenn Miller Swing of the 1940’s and even much earlier! I love music. I can’t survive without. But, the prostitution is incomprehensible as well as unpardonable. The music industry’s future seems to become (again?) very questionable. Record companies worldwide still keep on talking about that topic. The radical change and make-up of the whole music industry seems to be very clumsy but unwavering and obvious. We’re all subjected to prevailing tastes, but especially the pop music field’s spending power dwindles and fades slowly but surely. “Positive” music - check the lyrics and understand, what I am talking about. Listen to innumerable radio stations,
Kakampi mo ang batas Atty. Batas Mauricio Welfare and Development, must now list down how much donations in money the government already accepted, how much of it had been spent, where were these money used, who were given financial assistance from it, and how much of it is still unspent. -oooACCOUNTING FOR YOLANDA FUND NEEDED: Maybe the government can hire reputable accounting firms to do this accounting, with the participation of interested groups, especially the United Nations. Transparency should be the name of the game now, to assure Yolanda victims and the great mass of our people that the no part of
the donated money was pocketed or diverted by unscrupulous officials. And, so the public may know, here is one message I received just last Saturday, February 15, 2014, from 0999 310 2..7, which said, in a more formal form: “Good afternoon Sir. I just wanted people to know about our complaint: where are the billions and billions of money for Yolanda victims? As of now, we are being given only relief donations. We are patiently occupying tents. They should give us materials or money so we could put up our own houses…” -oooWHY ARE ROAD PROJECTS BEING DONE SI-
Music and its future Have my say Klaus Doring watch the “American Idol” or other shows - and you might understand, what I am talking about! The record companies are still spreading optimism for many years. The fact is: the international music industry nowadays tries to survive by getting “strange” partners, like -some time ago- “T-online” in Germany (what happened to it now?) or “Apple” worldwide, that should ensure new distribution policies. Let’s face it: worldwide new generations grow up focusing on music like a marginal zone. Consumers still want to buy music by listening where ever he or she is right now! Sad to say, it doesn’t matter what kind of music
Special Gospel of the day: Luke13:2230(February18, 2014-Tuesday) Luke 13:22-30-And he went through the cities and villages, teaching, and journeying toward Jerusalem. Then said one unto him, Lord, are there few that be saved? And he said unto them, Strive to enter in at the strait gate: for many, I say unto you, will seek to enter in, and shall not be able. When once the master of the house is risen up, and hath shut to the door, and ye begin to stand without, and to knock at the door, saying, Lord, Lord, open unto us; and he shall answer and say unto you, I know you not whence ye are: Then shall ye begin to say, We have eaten and drunk in thy presence, and thou hast taught in our streets. But he shall say, I tell you, I know you not whence ye are; depart from me, all [ye] workers of iniquity. There shall be “weeping and gnashing of teeth,” when ye shall see Abraham, and Isaac, and Jacob, and all the prophets, in the kingdom of God, and you [yourselves] thrust out. And they shall come from the east, and [from] the west, and from the north, and [from] the south, and shall sit
the consumer appreciates, but it seems to become a great task for radio stations (also in the Philippines!) simpler to satisfy and lets its listeners enjoy. As I said before: I have been a radio host in the Philippines since almost 14 years now. Listen to radio stations all over this country means experiencing almost “the same’! But, great variety is requested. Or, sad to say, music and its industry have no future if it comes to radio broadcasting. Is television broadcasting in the Philippines better? Yes, there are millions of listeners enjoying the hits of the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. Both daily and over and over again?
MULTANEOUSLY? Can anyone tell us why, all of a sudden, there is a rush to start two major road projects that would traverse and thereby cause monstrous traffic jams in Metro Manila’s main highways? I am sure there is a good explanation as to why the two projects are being pursued almost at the same time, without regard for the great inconvenience they will give to everyone in the metropolis? It is of course understandable that there is a real need to pursue these projects, considering the long-term benefits they will give to the whole nation once they are completed. But then, it would seem that the Aquino government did not even consider the possibility that the economic dislocation the projects will cause, while they are being constructed, may outweigh those long-term benefits. For example, it is a fact that with the present See AGAIN, page 7
Many times nowadays, music remains as a cheap extra bonus or free gift and the encore, an uncomfortable and insignificant marginal note on television or an incredible cellphone ring tone. Music, pop or classical music, loves its individual character. If, after the long play records (LPs), the Compact Discs (CDs) will become passe, we must not wonder, if a comping up generation won’t know any band or artist from the 1950s and 1960s or a certain Ludwig van Beethoven or Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Do you like Beethoven, Beach Boys, Bach, Buencamino or the Apo Hiking Society? I do love them all. +++ Email: doringklaus@ gmail.com or follow me in Facebook or Twitter on tune in to “Classics with Klaus Doring”, Sundays from 9 to 11 am and 7 to 9 pm on 104.3 FM “Edge Radio Davao” or via www.myradiostream. com/edgedavao.
Word on fire Bro. Edcel L. Closas down in the kingdom of God. And, behold, there are last which shall be first, and there are first which shall be last: This means that we must grab if there are opportunities offered in our lives. “Regrets” are always at the end. We can notice in the gospel that people were in regrets due to their negligence. Therefore, don’t wait tomorrow if you can do it today: Printing paid by: Neneth - Bobong Balino- Dr. Edith, PhD- Tony Jordan - CDO. St. Peter Calungsod, pray for us! Listen: Radio Ultra AM-11883:30 PM - Sunday: #09284149490-09266607505: Question – Prayer request: Please follow me “WORD ON FIRE” on CCTN channel 12-CDO @ 10 PM- Mondays and Tuesday @ 3:30 PM. God loves you!!!
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chaotic traffic condition, without the projects being started yet, some P2.4 billion a day is already being lost in unrealized income. With greater traffic problems affecting the 16 cities and one town comprising Metro Manila while the projects are in progress, losses in unrealized income may reach P10 billion a day, or even more. -oooINC: AMAZING AGAIN: “Officially amazing again!” This was how Kirsty Bennet, Guinness World Record adjudicator, described the “Worldwide Walk of the Iglesia Ni Cristo” last February 15, 2014 (Philippne time), as Guinness officially recognized the Church’s success in breaking two world records for that activity---“largest charity walk” in multiple venue, and “largest charity walk” in single venue. Really, there is power in numbers! -oooWEATHER FOUL UP: READ THE BIBLE: CNN, in its online version (edition.ccn.com), blared this headline in its February 15, 2014 edition: “The weather is cuckoo this winter, but there’s method to the madness”, in an attempt to explain that the great snowstorms in the US and the flooding in Britain and the warm weather in Sochi in Russia are all caused by one weather aberration. That is good, but there is another explanation. Read it in Deuteronomy 28:15 and 22-23 of the Bible. -oooREACTIONS? Please call me at 0917 984 24 68, 0918 574 0193, 0922 833 43 96. Email: melaniolazomauriciojr@outlook. com, batasmauricio@yahoo. com and mmauriciojr111@ gmail.com
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INC group had it for more than 175,000 in a single venue. The INC also surpassed and shattered the current Multiple-Sites record previously held by the Green Communities in Canada who drew 231,635 participants who walked for a minimum of one-kilometer in 1,011 different locations in October 2, 2007 in the Largest Charity Walk in 24 Hours in multiple venue category. The INC Worldwide Walk was staged in 85 locations in the Philippines and 55 more sites around the globe (34 in the USA, six in Europe, 10 in Australia and New Zealand and five in Asia) in a 1.6-kilometer distance and was participated in by more than 500,000 walkers. Ac c o r d i n g t o I N C spokesperson Brother Edwil Zabala, “ this charity walk for a cause is intended to raise funds in order to continue helping those af-
fected by the super-typhoon Yolanda and the primary beneficiaries would be the members of the church (INC) in those affected regions, but it does not mean that they would be the only ones who would benefit from the funds generated because we would do the same even for the nonmembers” he said. INC Executive Minister Eduardo V. Manalo approved recently the holding of the said activity in cooperation with its socio civic arm, the Felix Y. Manalo Foundation. In Misamis Oriental, a huge number of INC “worldwide walkers” clad in white shirts printed with “INC Worldwide Walk for those affected by typhoon Yolanda” gathered at 5 a.m. in Cagayan de Oro City where top INC church officials headed by Brother Renato L. Ubaldo and Brother Felix Bautista, district minister and assistant district minister respectively, with the more than 28,000 participants led the 1.6-kilometer walk at 7 a.m. from the junction of Kauswagan-Puntod bridge in the McArthur park of the provincial capitol compound, the convergence area in Misamis Oriental and nearby cities, municipalities and barangays. Some participants arrived as early as 3 a.m. and others came all the way from the towns of Magsaysay and Manticao, all in Misamis Oriental, just to join the event. “We did not expect to have these numbers of participants,” said Ubaldo adding, “the result was very amazing, even non-members of the church joined us in our cause of helping the needy. He said: “We thank our brothers and sisters who heartily cooperated and made the momentous event a big success, most of all we gave back all the glories to our Lord God!” Several personalities, including LTO-Assistant Regional Director Nelson Manaloto joined in the walk. The INC Executive Minister’s message and compassionate care for fellow countrymen and INC brethren was read before the large crowd that participated at the large INC Worlwide Walk held in 85 sites in the country and 55 more sites abroad. “For our brothers and sisters affected by typhoon Yolanda, this has left an unforgettable experience that reassures them that the executive minister is always within their reach, even though they are physically far distant from him,” said Bautista. For the INC members, the walk-for-a-cause has inspired them even more–– and has encouraged them to reaffirm their faith. “That very moment, you just know that we are one church-we all prayed together, we all worshipped together- even being in dif-
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ferent parts of the world-just for that moment in time, just being there and having the same spirit, we know that we are truly members of the Church of Christ” said Philippine Army retiree and active INC member from Opol, Brother Medardo Aba. The longest charity walk in multiple venues within 24 hours in different time zones reported no untoward incident related to the event, not even a single pick pocketing or snatching, according to the police. Traffic enforcers from all over the country said the charity walk was peaceful, the traffic was flowing smoothly. The event was covered by giant media networks while SGV (Sycip Gorres Velayo & Co.) observed the counting of the participants. Leo Matignas, SGV spokesman said, those who joined the walk were counted through the wristband that the organizers provided. The INC activity is just one of the many events lined up for its Centennial Celebration on July 27, 2014.
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Mayor Uy, however, said that the congresswoman has maintained good working relations with the governor of the province who belongs to the Padayon Pilipino party and 1st Dsitrict Congressman Peter M. Unabia of the Liberal Party. Mayor Uy said the governance of the congresswoman is not partisan politics but service to the people. He said she will remain an independent candidate with no local political party but she has alliance in the national level. “She helps the mayors of the second district who belong to political parties, whether partymates of the
governor or not,” he said. In a related development, the residents affected by the recent soil erosion in sitio Madrid have been given options by the municipal government of Villanueva. Mayor Uy said the 20 families affected have been made to choose cash assistance or relocation to another site. The families are still temporarily housed at the municipal gym following their evacuation during the heavy rains last January brought by a low pressure area and typhoon. Mayor Uy the relocation sites being looked at include an area in sitio Banban. A report from Gerry Lee Gorit of Mindanao Daily News-Northmin
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windows, seeing them how they worsen traffic and demanding amounts from drivers. “Barking” is the practice of soliciting passengers by shouting out the destination. “The jeepney barkers don’t know it, but I am right there where they are. I roam around to see the real situation of the city,” Duterte said in last Sunday’s “Gikan sa Masa, Para sa Masa” television show. “If I see you being abusive on the streets, ipaligis ‘ta mo (I will have you run over),” Duterte warned. Duterte added that he was aware that he would face the Commission on Human Rights’ ire once again for making such a public statement. The mayor made the statement as a follow-up of his stern warning last week to 41 jeepney barkers caught in several areas of the city. Duterte said that he just tolerated the practice because it’s an honest way of
living as long as the jeepneys do not cause gridlock. City Police Director Vicente Danao said that the barkers were apprehended after numerous complaints from citizens reaching the police office via their “Isumbong kay City Director hotlines.” The hotline involves phone numbers, as well as a Twitter page and a Facebook page. “You’re contributing to the congestion because you detain and you dilly-dally the movements and mobility of the vehicles,” Duterte said. The mayor said the practice of waiting for passengers along busy intersections contribute to heavy traffic in the city. “I don’t like it when the barkers demand their price. Another problem is when the barkers stop the drivers from leaving by blocking their vehicles,” Duterte said. Duterte said he was also angered by reports that barkers touch women passengers to let them into the vehicles. “That’s bad manners. Binastos ba,” he said. The mayor, however, said he understood the situation of the barkers, saying barking is neither sanctioned nor allowed. However, Duterte said that he would consider prohibiting “barking” if the reports of abuse continue. “I know that you are all working hard for your day’s salary,” he said. “But if you mess around, things will change,” he warned. (MindaNews)
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lemon grass processing; Consolacion Fishermen & S eaweeds Organization of Dapa, Surigao del Norte for Payao fishing – P209,950; Nagkahiusang
Mangangaykay sa Upper Doongan P3 of Barangay Doongan, Butuan City – P143,700 for laundry shop; Ampayon Trisikad Operators and Drivers Association of Barangay Ampayon, Butuan City – P132,500 for tableya making; Honrado Farmers Credit Cooperative – P132,500 for tableya making; A & M Multi-Purpose Cooperative – P205,400 for catering services, foods and pastries; Rosario People’s Organization of LGU Tandag City – P350,000 for mini feed mill; and Cag-Inid People’s Organization of LGU Tandag City for organic native chicken production. Cañete stressed that although the livelihood assistance was a grant, the beneficiary-organization should submit liquidation reports to be eligible to subsequent aid. Failure to liquidate would mean discontinuance of DOLE assistance, he pointed out. “Those who religiously submit liquidation reports will receive continuous liveli ho o d assist ance,” Cañete said. Cañete said P34 million has been allocated for Caraga Region this year for the DOLE Integrated Livelihood Program. Applicants for livelihood assistance may submit documents to their provincial project management team which shall look into the applicant’s compliance with requirements. The papers will then be submitted to the regional project management team to finally assess the viability of the proposed project. Project evaluation will focus on organizational, technical, marketing and financial aspects, he said.
GOVERNOR-elect Jose Ma. R. Zubiri, Jr. took his oath last June 26, 2013 at Sangguniang Panlalawigan Session Hall officiated by Hon. Mirabeaus A. Undalok, Assisting Judge of Regional Trial Court Branch 8 of Malaybalay City. The one holding the bible was his nephew, Malaybalay City Mayor elect Igñacio W. Zubiri. photo by PGO-PAIA
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Civilian shot in Isabela City
BASILAN – An unidentified gunman shot a civilian just outside a bank in Isabela City in the southern Philippine province of Basilan, police said. Police said the 34-year old Jeng Sabirun was about to go to the automated teller machine of the Land Bank of the Philippines along Juan Alano Street when the gunman shot him several EXTRAJUDICIAL PARTITION AMONG HEIRS WITH WAIVER Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late EUSEBIO PULMANO, the first being the widow of the same and the last six (6) are his children who died on March 16, 1992, during his lifetime owns a parcel of Agricultural land situated at Tawagan Norte, Labangan, Zamboanga del Sur, Philippines, registered in his name and which is particularly described as follows; “A parcel of land (Lot 837-B of the subd. plan (LRC) Psd-117819 being a portion of Lot 837, Pls-119 LRC Rec. No.) situated in the Barrio of Tawagan Norte, Municipality of Labangan, Province of Zamboanga del Sur, containing an area of SIXTY THOUSAND AND FOUR (60,004) SQUARE METERS, more or less, covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-10 090, is the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL PARTITION AMONG HEIRS WITH WAIVER, made and entered into by and among; ROSARIO ABENES PULMANO, of legal age, Filipino, widow, with residence and post-office address at Tawagan Norte, Labangan, Zamboanga del Sur, Philippines, 6/12 share of the above described property; ABELARDO A. PULMANO, of legal age, Filipino, married to Conchita S. Pulmano, with residence and postal address at Tantangan, South Cotabato, Philippines, 1/12 share of the above described property; BONIFACIO A. PULMANO, of legal age, Filipino, single, with residence and postal address at Tantangan, South Cotabato, Philippines, 1/12 share of the above described property; TIMOTEO A. PULMANO, of legal age, Filipino, married to Lydia M. Pulmano with residence and postal address at Tawagan, South Cotabato, Philippines, 1/12 share of the above described property; EDUARDO A. PULMANO, of legal age, Filipino, married to Elena M. Pulmano with residence and postal address at Tantangan, South Cotabato, Philippines, 1/12 share of the above described property; JOB A. PULMANO, of legal age, Filipino, married to Mila C. Pulmano, with residence and postal address at Tawagan Norte, Labangan, ZDS, Philippines, 1/12 share of the above described property; and NENA A. PULMANO, of legal age, Filipino, married to Arnold Rillera, with residence and postal address at Tawagan Norte, Labangan, Zamboanga del Sur, Philippines, 1/12 share of the above described property. That I ROSARIO A. PULMANO, for and in consideration of my love and affection to my sons TIMOTEO A. PULMANO and JOB A. PULMANO, do hereby waive my rights and participation forever of my 6/12 share of the property described above to TIMOTEO A. PULMANO 3/12 shares and JOB A. PULMANO 3/12 share to their heirs, successors and assigns; that the above named parties are the only legitimate and surviving heirs. As per Doc. No. 866; Page No. 174; Book No. II; Series of 2005; under Notary Public of ATTY. FRANKLIN B. ORGANO. MDN: FEB. 4, 11 & 18, 2014
times from behind at around 6:45 p.m. on Sunday. The attacker fled after the shooting. Sabirun, a resident of Lanote-Bliss village, was rushed to hospital, but his condition is unknown. Police are investigating the motive of the attack and no individual claimed responsibility for the shooting. Gun attacks are not uncommon in Isabela City and many of the cases remain unsolved. (Mindanao Examiner) EXTRAJUDICIAL PARTITION AND WITH SPECIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the deceased spouses JUAN C. GALENDEZ, who died in November 4, 2007 and GERARDA P. GALENDEZ, who died on April 30, 2009 and was buried at Maramag Cemetery, Bukidnon; the deceased spouses left real properties, covered by the Original Certificate of Title (OCT) Nos. P-15083, P-47270, V-37 & Cadastral maps more particularly described as follows; 1. Parcel of land, Lot No. 528, PLS-98 Ext., covered by Original Certificate of Title No. 15083, located at Barangay Camp 1, Municipality of Maramag, Province of Bukidnon. Containing an area of TWENTY FOUR THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED THIRTY TWO (24,532) square meters or 2.45 hectares; 2. Lot No. 60, Csd-10-012415, Identical to Lot No. 7862, Pls-98 Ext., covered by Original Certificate of Title No. P-47270. Containing an area of TWO HUNDRED FIFTY SEVEN (257) square meters with a residential house on the above-described property identified with Tax Declaration No. 020690, located at Barangay Camp 1, Maramag, Bukidnon. 3. Lot No. 791, PLS-800, covered by V-37 and Cadastral Map. Containing an area of ONE HUNDRED NINETY EIGHT AND THREE (198.3) square meters, located at Barangay No. 7, Malaybalay City. This lot is subject for land titling application by Mrs. Merlie Galendez Lebosada, is the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL PARTITON AND WITH SPECIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY, made and executed by and between; MERLIE G. LEBOSADA, Filipino of legal age, married and a resident of Block 1, Lot 5, Andrew Street, Kisanlu Pag-ibig Subdivision, Barangay Iponan, Cagayan de Oro City, hereinafter called an Heir-Principal; CRISTINA G. BALINGKIT, Filipino of legal age, married and a resident of Barangay Camp 1, Maramag, Bukidnon, hereinafter called an HeirPrincipal; RICARDO P. GALENDEZ, Filipino of legal age, married and a resident of Barangay Camp 1, Maramag, Bukidnon, hereinafter called an Heir-Principal; BRIGIDA G. YARE, Filipino of legal age, married and a resident of Barangay Baloy, Cagayan de Oro City, hereinafter called an Heir-Principal; CESAR P. GALENDEZ, Filipino of legal age, married and a resident of Barangay Camp 1, Maramag, Bukidnon, hereinafter called an Heir-Principal; and Late ARSENIO P. GALENDEZ, represented by his son Mr. JOENNAREL S. GALENDEZ, Filipino of legal age, married and a resident of Barangay Camp 1, Maramag, Bukidnon, hereinafter called an Heir-Secondary, are the legitimate sons/daughters heirs of deceased spouses. As per Doc. No. 129; Page No. 26; Book No. I; Series of 2013; under Notary Public of ATTY. MARCO R. HINLO. MDN: FEB. 4, 11 & 18, 2014
Gunmen seize couple in Southern Philippines
AMBOANGA CITY – Unidentified gunmen abducted a Filipino couple shortly after they arrived by boat at dawn Sunday in the southern province of Sulu, police said.
Police said Bonifacio Salinas, 54, and his wife, Claire, just returned home from Zamboanga City and were about to enter their house in Patikul town when gunmen seized them. “We are investigating the motive of the abduction and who were behind it,” Senior Superintendent Abraham Orbita, the provincial police chief, told the regional newspaper Mindanao Examiner. He said the couple, who works at the Jolo Mainland Water District, were seized in the village of Kasalamatan by five gunmen who dragged them to a waiting jeep. No individual or group claimed resp onsibility for the latest abduction, but previous cases in the province have been largely blamed to the Abu Sayyaf, a small, but the most notorious rebel group specializing in ransom kidnappings and terrorism. NOTICE OF LOSS NOTICE is hereby given that RAMON B. CAJUTOL, registered owner of a parcel of land covered by TCT No. RT49567 with an area of 176 square meters, situated at Ampayon, Butuan City, has lost in his possession unnoticed aforesaid land title owner’s duplicate certificate copy, and states that no deed or other instrument affecting the property has been presented for registration or if there is any, the nature hereof, the date of its presentation, as well as the name of the parties and the registration of such deed or instrument is still pending accomplishment; that the owner’s duplicate certificate or coowner’s duplicate is in due form without any intentional alteration or erasures; that the certificate of title is not the subject of litigation or investigation administrative or judicial, regarding the genuiness of due executive or issuance; that the certificate of title was in full force and effect at the time it was lost or destroyed; that the real estate taxes have been fully paid up to at least, two (2) years prior to filing for reconstitution; and that he has executed an affidavit in connection with his petition for administrative reconstitution of the owner’s duplicate certificate of TCT No. RT-49567, per Doc. No. 477; Page No. 48; Book No. CXXX; Series of 2014 of the Notarial Registry of Atty. Richard L. Lamigo, Notary Public per PTR No. 07L44659 01-02-2014, until December 31, 2015. MDN: Feb. 11, 18 & 27, 2014
Sulu policemen patrol the sea near Patikul town.
In December, police in Sulu arrested an Abu Sayyaf member Haik Asgali alias Abu Aswad who was implicated in the February 2012 kidnapping in Tawi-Tawi province of two European wildlife photographers Ewold Horn, 52, from Holland; and Lorenzo Vinciguerre, 47, from Switzerland. Asgali, who was captured in Jolo town, is a nephew of Abu Sayyaf leader Radulan Sahiron.
The two foreigners, along with their Filipino guide Ivan Sarenas, 35, were abducted at gunpoint by five men in the coastal village of Parangan in Panglima Sugala town while taking photographs of wild birds, and handed them over to the Abu Sayyaf. Sarenas managed to escape, but the fate of the two foreigners is unknown. The Abu Sayyaf also kidnapped the provincial treasurer of Sulu, Jess Ca-
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bilin, in Patikul town in November and was a released unharmed following a negotiation launched by his family. Authorities tagged Cabelin's kidnappers as Ninok Sappari and Julli Ikit who were also implicated in the March 2012 kidnapping of Indian national Viju Kolara Veetil and other Filipinos in Sulu, one of five provinces under the Muslim autonomous region. (Mindanao Examiner)
Zambo fire official advises public to be extra cautious during blackouts ZAMBOANGA CITY –A top official of the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) has advised the public to exercise extra caution during blackouts especially if they rely on candles or gas lamps to prevent occurrence of fire. Supt. Dominador Zabala, Jr., fire marshal of the BFP’s Zamboanga City Fire District (ZCFD), issued the advice since residents of this city are again experiencing from four to five hours daily rotational blackout. “If p o s s i b l e , t h e y should use rechargeable lanterns and not candles since there were several
fire incidents in the past originated from unattended candles,” Zabala said. Z ab a l a note d t hat many of the residents still prefer to use candles or gas lamps “since these are cheaper than the rechargeable lamps.” He said the public should also check for the Product Standard (PS) mark to ensure the rechargeable lamps they are buying are of high quality standards. He said it is best also to turn off the main switch during blackouts to avoid power surge when electricity service resumes. “The electrical con-
nections must also be in accordance to specifications and inspected by licensed electricians,” he added. In case of fire, Zabala said they should immediately call the nearest fire station. The ZCFD has seven fire stations located in the barangays of Sta. Maria, Tetuan, Ayala, Manicahan, Quiniput, Vitali, and downtown area. The ZCFD also maintains s e ven f ire substations located in the barangays of Guiwan, Boalan, Sta. Catalina, Upper Calarian, Recodo, Talisayan, and Mercedes. (PNA)
Gunmen seize couple in Jolo, Sulu ZAMBOANGA CITY – Five gunmen abducted a couple who had just arrived early Sunday in Jolo, Sulu, Senior Supt. Abraham Orbita, Sulu police director, said. Orbita identified the victims as Engineer Bonifacio Salinas, Jr., 54, and his wife, Claire, both employees of the Jolo Mainland Water District. They were seized around 5:30 a.m.
Sunday in front of their residence in Kasalamatan Village, Barangay San Raymundo, Jolo, Sulu, he said. Orbita said the couple has just arrived by boat from Zamboanga City. He said the gunmen forced the couple to board on a Toyota Tamaraw and sped towards the direction of Barangy Anuling, Patikul municipality. (MindaNews)
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IS A BRILLIANCE FILTERING Duterte wants to be ‘diplomatic’ LOVETO LIVE Valentine 2014 re unpaid real property taxes
AVAO CITY – Mayor Rodrigo R. Duterte said the government should negotiate with businesses first regarding unpaid taxes before using its powers to auction or adding surcharges to the delinquent accounts.
This comes a week after it was revealed at the City Council that the City Treasurer's Office (CTO) listed P1.12 billion in uncollected real property taxes.
Speaking at the weekly 'Gikan sa Masa, Para sa Masa' television show last Sunday, Duterte said that while it was the exclusive domain of the local government, it could also adopt a more diplomatic means to collect the taxes. Vice Mayor Paolo Z. Duterte said in a privilege speech at the Sangguniang Panlungsod last week that he was concerned about the delinquencies and asked the CTO to step up collections or leave office. “We can ask them to pay the taxes slowly and schedule the payments,” the mayor said. He added he was also considering the condonation of penalties, but that
the government should still charge the penalties. “The surcharges, we can do away with,” Duterte said. Mayor Duterte said the city government could be more “diplomatic” about the tax collections. “That's not how to run a city,” the mayor said. “Enter into a compromise, make a schedule, and hope they follow what is specified there,” he said. Vice Mayor Duterte said the city council could be forced to “use all applicable powers of the law” and said the body could amend the Tax Code so that collections by the CTO would be enhanced. Delinquent accounts
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Kings of Raider Breed Wars Crowned
The pulse-racing Suzuki Raider Breed Wars (RBW) 2013 National Finals held at the New Municipal Grounds in Tagum City, Davao last February 9, 2014 featured all the best riders who outraced their competitors in their respective areas and regions. The RBW National Finals dubbed as “Battle of the Kings” highlighted top drag racers in the Scooter 130, Underbone 115 and Raider R 150 categories. Jo h n Pau l L ant ap e grabbed the 1st place at the Scooter 130 category. Following Lantape are Neil Perino and Anver Antonio. Manuelle Sumog-Oy maintained his place for four consecutive years as the champion for the Underbone 115 category followed
by Joven Millana and Jeffrey Teopengco for the 2nd and 3rd place respectively. Meanwhile, hitting the 3rd spot in the Underbone 115 category didn’t stop Jeffrey Teopengco from zooming his way to be the “King” of the Raider R 150
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The protoplasm of life is love, for it is love that serves us the common denominator of existence. The procreation is “stirred” with immeasurable love beyond human comprehension. It is the expression of eternity where love has not begun and will never find its end. The center point of man’s earnestness is the survival to perpetuate the good that God wants to vindicate and reflects his own goodness. Under our stewardship, we are expected to do anything in the good for us to gain spiritual merit and to radiate to others to collectively enjoy the reward is heaven. The origin of St. Valentine is reckoned between the second and the third country of the two bishop, named valentine who where martyred as they were spreading the Gospel to the heart hens. They died because of the profound love of JESUS THE REDEEMER. Such significant virtue of love was carried on and it was easier for the pagans to embrace the Catholic religion because of the similarity of love that any human being has sought for irresistibly like the good of an act. The pagans celebrate Valentine with the belief that human world not be overtaken by the birds which were observed to mate about this season when both the temporal and spiritual world
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stings and arrows of fortune. The progress of our society, our city should not only be for the few who are fortunate but should be for all citizens. HAPPY VALENTINE Greeting to, Mr. Mrs. Isaac Robello Ret. Judge President CMF sofia and Natasia, Ma. Ana Sumatra P.I.O of Governor Cluadi Baustista of Davao del Sur. Efren and Amelia Veneracion CMF official, Sally Bustillo CMF official, Ma. Ruth Fauner CMF official, Tony B. Ulat SR. Retired Vice President RMC, Past President Rotary CMF Member Brgy. Capt. Marius Kim Garcia Brgy. 2-A magallanes St. Davao City and Kagawad Emilee “Emiang” Suplido and to all officers of Senior Citizen and member of Brgy. 2-A Magallanes St. Davao City.
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have reached to those levels from at least 60,000 accounts out of the city's 7 out of 11 districts, according to finance committee chair Danilo Dayanghirang. According to a copy of a list of real property tax delinquencies per district, Poblacion District had the most delinquencies, at P483,637,744.90, with Buhangin District with the second highest at P359,813,423.26. Agdao district's collectibles have reached P99,629,015.81, w hi le Bu n aw an d i st r i c t h a s P94,197,059.69. Calinan district has P52,642,397.13 in collectibles, while Baguio and Paquibato districts have P15,172,023.21 and P10,069,666.44, respectively. The data distributed by the finance committee compiled partial information from the CTO, as of December 31, 2013. This accounted for only 7 out of the city's 11 treasury districts. Dayanghirang said his office was still compiling data that they received from the CTO. City Treasurer Rodrigo Riolo said in a telephone interview that there was still a need to clean up the information they received, clarifying that the CTO data is based on the report by the City Assessor's Office. There could have been data that was redundant, he said. CTO Real Property Unit acting chief Victor Ranada said the redundant or duplicated data could have bloated the total amount and that they were working on cleaning up the data. Ranada also cited that there could have been properties that were assessed in one name and declared delinquent but was transferred in another name with the new taxpayer already paying the amount. “All data stems from the tax declarations,” Ranada said. (MindaNews)
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category. Adrian “Boboy” Gonzales landed at 2nd place while Joel Tatunay striked the 3rd place. The 3 podium finishers for each category were awarded with trophies, cash prizes (P 10,000 for the 3rd placer, P 20,000 for the 2nd placer and P 50,000 for the champion). Special prizes were also given courtesy of Phoenix Cyclomax and Talk ‘n Text. The ceremonial popping of wine by the winners capped the night. Added excitement to the event were from Suzuki’s 3s shop in Tagum – Rhean Cyclemart who offered big discounts on Suzuki apparel, motorcycle accessories and spare parts. Likewise, RBW co-presenter Phoenix Petroleum Philippines Inc. offered discounts on
their Phoenix Cyclomax products. The 2013 Suzuki Raider Breed Wars was powered by Phoenix Cyclomax - a brand of motorcycle oils distributed by Phoenix Petroleum Philippines, Inc., one of the fastest growing independent oil companies in the country today. Talk ‘N Text and Denso Spark Plugs also supported the event as major sponsors. The RBW is sanctioned by the National Motorcycle Sports and Safety Association of the Philippines (NAMSSA), the sole body affiliated with the Philippine Sports Commission and the Philippine Olympic Committee.
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6th Cinema Rehiyon kicks off today, February 18. Under the auspices of Xavier University - Ateneo de Cagayan’s Xavier Center for Culture and the Arts (XCCA), the film harvest is one of the few festivals in the country seeking to educate and empower the Filipino audience with regional stories, pride for local culture and artistic works that exist outside the realm of the capitalistic mainstream cinema. “Cinema Rehiyon 6 features filmmaking frontiers that could give positive imp ac t and t ransfor m our lives for the better. These films will educate us about disaster risk reduction management, climate change, cultural solidarity and other societal issues,” Hobart Savior, XCCA director said on this year’s theme, “Filming the Frontiers.” From professionals, students, experimental and full-lengths, the event offers a total of 98 films, the highest number of entries since its inception in 2009. The movie screenings run for 5 days, from Feb 18-22 at three different venues simultaneously—Xavier University Little Theater (XULT), SM City Cagayan de Oro Cinema 3 and 4. Over the years, Cinema Rehiyon has attracted a growing number of storytellers, especially the students to express their ideas through films. “Why can’t we tell our own story? Why does it have to be Manila-made?” cha l lenge d Dr Miguel “Mike” Rapatan, chairman of the National Commission on Cinema, adding that today’s generation must produce stories with logical sense and social relevance. Cinema Rehiyon forms part of the Philippine Arts Festival (PAF) celebration “Art on the Edge” of the National C ommission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), in line with Presidential Proclamation 683 of 1991. Emerging Talents Among the most anticipated films this year is “Ang Walay Kahumanang Ad-
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law” (Infinite Sun) which director Glenmark “Marky” Doromal described as a love stor y close to the experimental genre with many metaphorical elements and patches of memories. Considered one of the country’s emerging talents, Marky started his filmmaking stint during his high school years at Mindanao State University - Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT). “I was in high school when I made my first film, “Sealed” together with classmates, as a requirement for a subject. It was not perfect; I had a lot of flaws directing my first short film at a very young age,” he recalled. “Nonetheless, I wanted to showcase my wildest imagination for an ambitious project. It gave me more than what I expected. It served as a launch pad that gained me a scholarship at De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde for a filmmaking program (BA Digital Filmmaking), after joining Cinemagis and Cinema Rehiyon in 2010,” added Doromal who just graduated this year. Cinemagis Short Film F e s t i v a l i n No r t h e r n Mindanao was crafted in the same year as Cinema Rehiyon and top student filmmakers were offered scholarships to pursue the craft of filmmaking. 19-year-old Marky admits he is still building his own aesthetics in gradual pace and keeps himself open to experimenting with various techniques, depending on the demands of the story he wants to tell. “Filmmaking is very tricky and you could think of a thousand ways to make a film. Right now, I am closer to utilizing visionary or very imaginative elements like there’s some kind of adrenaline to my films … because my heart is in science fiction ever since I was a kid,” he said. True enough, Marky’s first ever love story shot in Iligan City reaped a rundown of awards during the 2013 Mindanao Film Festival in Davao City where it won Best Film, along with 5 major awards. Recently, it garnered the awards for Best Actress and Best Production Design at the Nabunturan Film Expo (Simballay Festival), also in Davao City and 3rd Place Short Fiction at the 25th Gawad CCP for Alternative Film and Video. London-educated filmmaker Gray-em Erezo joins this year’s fest with “Lugdang” (Drowned), inspired by a distressed girl he met at CDO’s Divisoria in 2012. “She was like mentally drowned,” Erezo emphasized. “I used the word ‘drowned’ because she was drowned physically, mentally and emotionally. She could not even talk. She lost her family during the flash flood brought about
by [Typhoon] Sendong.” For tackling the aftermath of the catastrophe, “Lugdang” received the 2014 Cinemagis Special Jury Award for Social Responsibility on Climate Change. A mosaic of different cultures With screenings expanding every year, local audiences are also growing to match the rise in film quality. The festival also features a menu of seminars and workshops for aspiring moviemakers and actors in CineLikha with veteran actors Leo Martinez and Rex Cortez as resource speakers and mentors. This year’s CineTalakayan focuses on the fusion of DRMM and films to compliment the CineBarangay film-showings to be held in two communities ravaged by Sendong, Brgy Balulang and Xavier Ecoville, the XU-led resettlement village in Brgy Lumbia. “Part of CineBarangay is giving the communities a multimedia forum on climate change resiliency and disaster risk reduction management,” Savior added. Moviegoers are only required to bring personal care items for their admission to the screening venues, which will be donated to t he Yolanda-lashe d places in the Visayas. This event serves as a platform for filmmakers not just to come together but also to share common
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Teacher is called a molder of the youth. It has always been expected to prepare the young people to become useful, upright and active in teaching process. Teacher plays a great role and handle big responsibilities for the total human development of a child. He or she plays Brgy. VI, Tangub City Cell No.: 09197863082/09365444493the role as manager, counselor, motivator, leader, model public relation specialist, instructor and a second parent. There are so many qualities a teacher should possess to become
struggles and challenges and interact with their audience.” In the face of globalization, both Dr Rapatan and Savior believe that the interest for regional films among Filipinos must be ignited and rekindled. On top of the concerns of the Philippine independent filmmaking industry is how to engage the younger generations to Cinema Rehiyon and the other festivals alike. “We are a mosaic of different cultures and we should showcase that to our country,” Dr Rapatan stated. “We need to get the word out that our culture— the Filipino culture— is much more complex, much more diverse and richer than those being shown in the commercial films.” For more information about the festival, visit www.cinemarehiyon.com.
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they participated the activity and their blood will be the imbursement to the PNRC blood bank as they asked for blood for their cousin’s operation. But before you donate, make it sure that you are not hungry and have enough liquid in your body. The PNRC persuade the people to donate and support their advocacies. Because donating your blood means you share your hopes for those who needs it. (PPIO-Agusandel Sur) an effective teacher. He must be very understanding, broad minded, full of patience, learn to accept individual differences, used to teach with love and affection, wellequipped, full of knowledge on what he is going to teacher especially the different strategies and methods to be used that will suit the different learning situations. Teaching on the other hand has been viewed on the process of stimulating, organizing, directing, guiding, managing learning activities towards effective desirable changes in the learner’s behavior in school setting and facilitating learning with emphasis on the active role and feeding of responsibility for his own learning on the part of the learners.
Transformational Leadership: Key to Quality Education By LOU Q. PALMA Kisolon Central Elementary School, Sumilao District
A good leader is a good follower. In the Philippine educational system, what have we done to lead our learners? Teaching- if we do it right- is tough. One is challenged to face individuals with different needs, strengths, weaknesses, interests, culture, family background and pace of learning. This is a great call for teachers that needs- mind, body and soul to devout for the betterment of the learners. Through our new curriculum, we have better hone the pupils to become great leaders in different leaning areas and discipline; English, Science, Mathematics, and even Entrepreneurship. By merely asking a pupil to lead a prayer or song is a way for him to be confident. This confidence maybe developed more if done daily. Aristotle, Einstein, and Gandhi, etc. are great leaders in their respective forte. Yes, they have been gone
for so many years, yet we still follow their path to excellence especially in education and humanity. They were the leaders who were not afraid to take the step even if it wasn’t that acceptable to many. Schools that prosper are run by the transformed leaders. They are the ones who are not afraid of taking risks just to commit success. Transformed leaders help the whole DepEd family to achieve quality education, thus, an immense way must be given to them. We need them especially because of the crisis our country is facing today. The harrowing experiences of the Filipino today call for an urgency to address the need. In the school, we can show to the children that they’re worthwhile and let us allow them to learn the best of what they could that they couldn’t learn elsewhere. Let’s give them that chance. Teach the children to read, for tomorrow they will lead. Be transformed. Be a leader.
EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE WITH DEED OF DONATION AND RENUNCIATION OF INHERITANCE Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the deceased DESIDERIO A. NARBAY, who died in Davao City, Philippines, on May 9, 2006, at the time of his death, left a certain real property situated at Sta. Ana, Davao City now, Aurora Quezon St., Davao City, covered by OCT No. P-13542. Lot 1, Ccs-11-000117, a portion of Lot 304, Bsd-335 and 5022, K-7; Location: Sta. Ana, Davao City, Now Aurora Quezon St., Davao City; Area: THREE HUNDRED FOURTEEN (314) SQUARE METERS, more or less, is the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE WITH DEED OF DONATION AND RENUNCIATION OF INHERITANCE, made and entered by and among; LEONARDA A. NARBAY, of legal age, Filipino, widow and a resident of Davao City; REYNALDO A. NARBAY, of legal age, Filipino, single and a resident of 46-A Aurora Quezon St., Davao City; BOBBY A. NARBAY, of legal age, Filipino, married and a resident of 46-A Aurora Quezon St., Davao City; MARY GRACE N. DESENDRE, of legal age, Filipino, married and a resident of 46-A Aurora Quezon St., Davao City; DESIREE JOY A. NARBAY, of legal age, Filipino, single and a resident of Davao City, the above-named parties are the sole and only surviving heirs. That LEONARDA A. NARBAY, widow is the Donor of that certain real property her conjugal share, situated at Sta. Ana, Now, Aurora Quezon St., Davao City covered by OCT No. P-13542 of the Registry of Deeds for Davao City, in favor of all siblings, namely; Reynaldo A. Narbay, Bobby A. Narbay, Mary Grace N. Desendre and Desiree A. Narbay, all of legal age, Filipino. As per Doc. No. 473; Page No. 95; Book No. VI; Series of 2014; under Notary Public of ATTY. RYAN ERIK C. SANTIAGO. MDN: FEB. 18, 25 & MARCH 4, 2014
DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE Notice is hereby given that the HRS. OF FRANCISCO BACAYANA & ANASTACIA MAGLANGIT Rep. by: LOLITA B. NABO (Atty-in-fact). Identified as Lot No. 5397-A, of Cadastral Survey of Cagayan de Oro City, containing an area of Eight Hundred Fifty Six (856) sq. meters more or less, pursuant to RA 7160, the price of 1,650 per square meter was based on the BIR Zonal Valuation dated 06/04/06 copy attached. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION LOT 5397-A Affected Area= 856.00 sq.m. “A parcel of land described in Tax Declaration No. 0815000723705, registered in the name HRS. OF FRANCISCO BACAYANA & ANASTACIA MAGLANGIT Rep. by: LOLITA B. NABO (Atty-in-fact) with Lot No. 5397-A, being a portion of Lot 5397 Cad 237, located at Barangay Igpit, Opol. Containing an area of EIGHT HUNDRED FIFTY SIX (856.00) square meters, more or less, is the subject of DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE, made and executed by and between: The REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES, represented by EFREN A. BERBA, CEO VI, Asst. Regional Director, duly authorized by the Department of Public Works and Highways for the purpose hereinafter referred to as the FIRST PARTY; and HRS. OF FRANCISCO BACAYANA & ANASTACIA MAGLANGIT Rep. by: LOLITA B. NABO (Atty-infact) of legal age, widow, Filipino citizen, and with residence and postal address at Z-6, Barra, Opol, Misamis Oriental, hereinafter referred to as the SECOND PARTY. For and in consideration of the total sum of ONE MILLION FOUR HUNDRED TWELVE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED PESOS ONLY (Php 1,412,400.00) the SECOND PARTY, his heirs, assigns, administrator, executors and successors, hereby sell, cede, transfer and convey and deliver unto the FIRST PARTY the following parcel of land. As per Doc. No. 358; Page No. 73; Book No. I; Series of 2013; under Notary Public of ATTY. DEMOSTHENES A. MEDIANTE, JR. MDN: FEB. 18, 25 & MARCH 4, 2014
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