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Fortun spends birthday with constituents,seeks reelection By PAT SAMONTE, Caraga Regional Editor

‘Cooked rice,’ ‘pastil’ down nine persons

BUTUAN City -- Agusan del Norte First District Rep. Lawrence Lemuel Fortun celebrated his 44th birthday the other day with his constituents and announced his intention to run for a second term. See full story, page A5

By Noel Y. Punzalan of PNA

PIKIT, North Cotabato– –A contaminated “pastil” (steamed rice with minced chicken) reportedly downed a family of five from Pikit, North Cotabato after eating in a carenderia in Kabacan, North Cotabato, police said. Another family of four were also downed by a cooked riced believed to be contaminated, Senior Insp. Sindatu Karim, Pikit police chief, said. Citing report from vil- Misamis Oriental Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano enumerates his 2014 accomplishments during the yearly State of lagers, Karim said the See down, page A11

the Province Address (Taho sa Katawhan) 2015 yesterday at the provincial capitol grounds. photo by gerry lee gorit

PSA starts mid-decade nosecount

ABOUT 93,000 enumerators of the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) started to go around the country by 8am Monday, August 10, 2015, in line with the middecade nationwide population survey. The survey will be done seven days-a-week until September 6 but Interim See starts, page A11

OUSTSTANDING FRANCHISEE AWARD IN MINDANAO. John Michael C. Uy-Proprietor together with Chef Catherine Dano-co owner of THAI ME UP received the prestigious trophy for Outstanding Franchisee in Mindanao. Presenting the award is Ms. Pearl Angela Cepeda-Retail Area Head for Northern Mindanao, Globe Telecom during the 4th Mindanao Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs Awards held July 25 Cagayan de Oro City. The prestigious event is spearheaded by Business Week Mindanao Corporation. mindanao daily news – joe palabao and photo by gerry l . gorit

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Lawmakers seek penalties for unscheduled brownouts By BONG D. FABE Contributing Editor

CAGAYAN de Oro City-The Rodriguez brothers have filed in the House of Representatives a resolution seeking to penalize power plants for unscheduled brownouts as these harm the economy and businesses. This, as the second power unit of the STEAG State Power, Inc. (SPI) is expected to go online ahead of its self-imposed deadline of August 16 after almost of month of preventive maintenance shutdown. Reps. Rufus Rodriguez (CDP, 2nd district, CDO) and his brother, Maximo

SPI’s second power unit to go back online ahead of schedule (Abante Mindanao partylist) filed House Resolution 2200 to urge “the Department of Energy to impose fines and penalties on those responsible for unscheduled downtimes of power plants in the country.” “ Tho s e re sp onsibl e should answer for their irresponsibility,” the brothers said as they explained that unscheduled downtimes affect businesses and ultimately the country’s economy. “Some of the effects of

an unscheduled downtime include production losses and schedule delays, missed delivery dates, hurried repairs which usually cause future problems, increased work pressure and job stress and even safety risks,” the resolution read. They said that government should ensure that power plants and generating companies strictly follow their specific commitments in commissioning their plants as scheduled. See brownouts, page A11

Misamis Oriental Vice Gov. Jose Mari Pelaez is pinned an honorary member of the Bulua Redclay Eagles Club yesterday (Monday) by Eagle national executive vice president Kuya Dondon Allorin. Witnessing the event are NMR1 governor Gualberto Cortez, Bulua Redclay Eagles Club president Kuya Aladin Ibarra, NMR1 PEIL director Kuya Ferdy Bernasor, NMR1 PIO Kuya Karl Ugsod, Punta Sulawan charter president Kuya Randy Akut (Bulua Reclay Eagles Club & Royal Vectors Eagles Club Organizer), Bulua Redclay charter president Kuya Noel Llamis and Kuya Dante Sudaria, BusinessWeek Mindanao president and CEO and Kagayha-an Eagles Club member. photo by mark francisco Mindanao Daily

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MISAMIS Oriental -- Governor Yevgeny Vincente Emano of Misamis Oriental on Monday asked the provincial board to pass an Ordinance granting tax amnesty to delinquent real property taxes in the province. Emano made the request during his 2nd “Taho sa Katawhan” (Report to the People), a derivative of the State of the Province Address (SOPA), at the provincial capitol grounds here. He said that the province has recorded a total of about Php 107 million delinquent taxes involved penalties and surcharges. Emano, however, said that cases involving delinquent taxes where there is an on-going negotiation and litigations is not subject to the condoned taxes. The governor also dispelled insinuation that he would benefit from tax amnesty because “I have not a delinquent tax on my properties.” Emano said he is asking an amnesty to provide relief to poor farmers and residential lot owners in the province provided they would pay the basic realty tax. Vice Governor Joey Pelaez said that he is supporting the plan to grant tax amnesty, provided, that the basic taxes are paid.

He said he would ask the members of the provincial board to approve an Ordinance that spell out the mechanics of the province-wide tax amnesty. Support The event also caused the Sangguniang Panlalawigan (SP) led by Vice Gov. Jose Mari Pelaez to hold their weekly session outdoors to pave the way for the governor to report to the board his annual accomplishments. As this developed, Emano also disclosed that the provincial government has not received anymore disallowances from the Commission on Audit (COA) for the past 12 months. “Our financial system is fiscally sound. We have rectified everything that COA has imposed on us in 2014 – something that was carried over from the past administration,” Emano said, referring to the governorship of his predecessor, Oscar Moreno. Some P144 million worth of completed projects bannered Emano’s infrastructure report. Also in his report was the acquisition of some 27 new pieces of equipment funded under a loan from the Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP). The P103-million cost of to build five of the completed roads with a total length of 20.7 kilometers came from the general fund of the province namely AwangTingalan provincial road,

PH growth story not fabricated--Coloma THE Philippines’ growth story is real and is not a crafted story, a Palace official said Monday. “Hindi lamang pamahalaan kundi pati mga pandaigdigang institusyon (World Bank, IMF, ADB) at mauunlad na bansa (G-7) at mga international rating agencies ang nagpapatunay sa mabilis na pag unlad ng bansa at kumpiyansa sa kahusayan sa pagmamaneho ng ekonomiya (It is not just the government but global institutions (World Bank, International Monetary Fund, (and) Asian Development Bank) and advanced economies (G-7) as well as international rating agencies that can attest to the faster growth of the domestic economy and (they) are confident on the effectivenesses of how the economy is managed),” Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr said. Coloma issued the statement in response to request for reaction on former Chief Justice Reynato Puno’s statement that says more people still suffer poverty amidst

the government’s declaration about the continued expansion of the domestic economy. Puno said positive reports on the domestic economy are being made up by political spin doctors ahead of the 2016 polls. However, Coloma decried this, citing that the strong growth of the domestic economy in the last few years has been noted by both the first world countries, multilaterals and credit rating agencies. For one, major debt raters have elevated the country’s credit rating from junk status to investment grade levels. This happened in 2013 when Fitch Ratings, Standard & Poor’s (S&P), and Moody’s Investors Service, among others, gave the country its initial investment grade ratings due to combination of factors that include strong external payments position, strong domestic growth, improvement in fiscal situation and resilient banking sector among others. The following year, See GROWTH, page A11

Laguindingan-LourdesSungay provincial road, Sugbongcogon-Kidampas provincial road, Lagonglong-Umagos provincial road and Sta. Ana-Malitbog road. At this point, Emano thanked the provincial board for approving his 2015 budget recommenda-

tion with ease even though majority of its members are not aligned with his party. The majority bloc of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan were present in the affair yesterday. Reelection Emano also announced his reelection bid during his yearly State of the Province

Address at the provincial capitol grounds. “Every time I learned on new beneficiaries entering Misor Cares, I am inspired. Every time there is an increase in Iskolar Ko ni Bambi beneficiaries, I am inspired. When Misamis Oriental was declared the second most competitive

province in the country, I was inspired. And I can’t allow this growth surge of our province to discontinue that is why I am declaring my intention to run again,” Emano said to the applause of around a thousand employees who witnessed his two-hour speech yesterday morning.


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Last August 10, 2015, Provincial Governor Yevgeny ruel pelone CRIS DIAZ Vincente Emano, of Misamis Managing Editor Executive Editor Oriental, broke tradition CHENG ORDOÑEZ URIEL C. QUILINGUING by holding a “State of the Associate Editor Contributing Editor Province Address” (SOPA) different from all his foreMARK FRANCISCO Arjay Felicilda runners. Lifestyle Editor Assistant Editor Instead of himself delivGILBERT Y. CHAO gerry lee gorit ering the SOPA, he called Motoring Editor Photo Journalist it “Taho sa Katawhan” (A People’s Report), Emano felix santillan ROEL CATOTO summoned eight departEDSEL BANTOL Provincial Editor-Surigao Layout Artists ment heads in the province PAT SAMONTE to deliver a detailed report irene dayo CHRIS PANGANIBAN about the accomplishments Reporter-NorthMin Regional Editors-Caraga and plans of each of the departments. JOE PALABAO MARLON GAYOG Rene Michael BaÑos Regional Editor-Davao The eight provincial govRegional Editors-Northmin ernment departments also represent Emano’s flagship AL JACINTO JOE FELICILDA programs of government Regional Editor-WestMin Editorial Consultant when elected governor in ATTY. MARIO T. JUNI 2013. These are health, NOTARY PUBLIC- JUNI LAW OFFICE education, environment, CELL NO: 09352379999/ (088) 8573595 livelihood, infrastructure, CRUZ TAAL ST., CAG. DE ORO CITY tourism, agriculture, and Legal Counsel peace and order. --------------------------------------------------------------bureau and mktg staff “I do not want to be candy macabale - 09161326483 self-serving in rendering an RIZA O. ARES - 0915-9753277/0920-9600223 MISOR - LOLONG NABONG - 0906-875-8650 accomplishment report to GINGOOG CITY-MANNY ANSIHAGAN-0936-287-7788 the people of the Misamis North Buk. - DAHLIA S. BENEMERITO-0936-303-0410 Oriental. I want the deVALENCIA CITY - PHILIP PHIL CALUMBA-0905-652-5407 KIBAWE, BUKIDNON - ROSEMARY GENON partment heads to directly MARAMAG - TITA FINA CUALES - 0926-336-1585 report to the people about Iligan City - JEFFREY OPONDA-0936-1174378 tubod - louie bukod-0948-1323348 the programs of the governbobby mag usara-tangub city ment that my administration OROQUIETA CITY - PJ TREMEDAL-0919-3452375 have planned when I took ARMM - Sony Sudaria-0947-4810371 cotabato - ANALISA ESPAÑOLA-0916-9351714 office,” Emano told reporters

who interviewed him after the “Taho sa Katawhan.” Traditionally, the governor or the mayor himself delivers the annual accomplishments of the concerned local government unit (LGU). In the case of Misamis Oriental, Emano delivers the “Report” with the department heads making most of the reporting. Emano also departed from the customary tradition when he did not invite the regional directors, heads of national and government offices, and the stakeholders to listen the annual SOPA. “I think the SOPA should be simple and down to earth and austere,” he said. Anyway, Kudos to Gov. Emano and his provincial department heads for a job well done. Let your tribe increase. **********************000 ********************* Here is a text message from Rep. Rufus Rodriguez, a day after, in reaction to the case filed by the Department of Justice (DOJ) against him and six others with the Ombudsman, the country’s anti-graft court, involving the Napoles scandal and the Priority Development

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Think of Bananas: Everybody Sells

salesmanship was retailing at its worst during the time of King Herod. It was at the risk of inflicting cardiac arrest on Pontius Pilate at the Presidium, should greetings like “Good Morning” and “Please” and “Thank you for Coming” was inserted in the Roman Empire vocabulary. Talking to Julius Caesar during those era and say “How may I help you”, will cause you trouble, he will be infuriated to cut your neck. We started six months ago to see if it was possible to make the 200 employees of the new hotel in Davao City into a genuine host and hostesses. Or should I say “Sales People”? A tape recorder attached to my lo-

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I CAME FROM the balcony of hotel business. For thirty five years of occupying various positions in the industry, I went to the hotel every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner; sometimes I live there like a professional guest. Nobody knows more about how to run a hotel than a guest. Two years ago, I fell out of the corporate balcony and had to put efforts in the consultancy business where my eyes and initiative was to look for prospective property investors. I work on given plans to realization, from facilities design to operation which involves training and business development. Personally, I think the hotel business has been one of the most backward in the world, there has been very little improvement in the attitude of Desk Clerks in the 2000 years since Joseph and Mary arrived in Bethlehem and was told they have no reservation. Nobody bothered to offer a Donkey ride to the next Inn where probably a room was still available in that cold night of December. By destiny, the couple took shelter in a Manger where Horses and Cattles were kept. Hotel

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cal line proved how far we had to go. “What’s difference between your Junior Suite of P3, 500 to the Deluxe Suite of P4, 500”? I’d ask our Reservationist, disguising my voice over the phone. You guessed it: P1, 000. “What is going on at the Bar tonight?” I asked the Bellman. “Some Singer” was his answer. “Man or Woman”, I persisted. “I am not sure” he said, which made me wonder If it will be worth going there. Why is it that the staff of a hotel does not act like a family playing host to guests whom they have invited to their house? The reason the Reservationist thought P1, 000 was the difference between the two suites because they have never been in one, much less actually slept there. The Bellman did not know who was playing at the Bar because he has never been there or reading the Tent Card display. Definitely, sales people lack product knowledge. When you are faced with an ingrained tradition like that, half way counter measures do not work. We started a program with all our guest contact employees

using a new secret oath, “Everybody Sells”. And we meant everybody – Room Attendants, Cashiers, Waiters, Front Office people, Reservations and Bell Service. We talked to the Room Attendants about suggesting Room Service, to the Concierge about mentioning dinner in our restaurant, to the Front Office Cashiers about suggesting return reservations to departing guests, to the Guest Service Agents about quoting from the top down. And we talked to the Waiters about pushing for Bananas. Our sug gestion for selling Bananas fell on responsive ears especially to the Bartenders who keep tab of Margarita Cocktail consumption of our female guests in the Bar. When she has two rounds of that Mexican concoction, she is captured for Bananas with Cream to cap her nights of dreams as we described part of the “Everybody Sells” program for our Food & Beverage Department. We figured, with just the same number of customers, if the Waiters and Bartenders would ask every guest if he’d like Bananas, given only four

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ments from the Commission on Audit (COA) regarding this matter, I have all the documents examined by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), which came out with an official finding that all my 18 signatures in all 18 documents were forgeries. I expected the DOJ to summon me so that I can face my accusers and read the evidence against me. But, I was not given a chance to present my side. There was no due process. I was not given due notice and hearing. I am filing a petition of certiorari and prohibition in the Supreme Court that will suspend the proceedings in the Ombudsman are pending the remand of the complaint back to the DOJ for proper proceedings with due notice and hearing to be afforded to me so that I can answer all allegations against me and present my evidence. Rufus Rodriguez” Rep. Rufus Rodriguez, 2nd District of Cagayan De Oro City, was in his last year after serving three consecutive three-year terms in Congress. A consistent top notch legislator, Rodriguez filed more laws, bills, and

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A Dull Ax

“Using a dull ax requires great strength, so sharpen the blade. That’s the value of wisdom; it helps you succeed.” Ecclesiastes 10:10

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done, the same is true with wisdom. We have the choice to work harder or work smarter. Wisdom may not always lead to the easier route, but it will lead you to success. Make sure to ask God to give you wisdom Just like having the right tools makes when you seek advice. He will share it easier and faster to get the job His wisdom with you. Amen!


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Fortun spends birthday with constituents,seeks reelection By PAT SAMONTE Caraga Regional Editor

BUTUAN City -- Agusan del Norte First District Rep. Lawrence Lemuel Fortun celebrated his 44th birthday the other day with his constituents and announced his intention to run for a second term. In a colorful affair at the Almont Inland Resort Hotel and Convention Center here where a huge crowd composed of local prominent political leaders, officials of all of this city’s 86 ba-

rangays, and Las Nieves town in Agusan del Norte as well as supporters were assembled, Fortun spent an hour-and-a-half to deliver his report. Among the prominent guests included Engr. Ronnie Vic Lagnada, president and CEO of Equiparco Construction Company, former Rep. Jose “Joboy” Aquino II, Dr. Gabriel Malbas, Jr., Atty. John Gil Unay, city councilors Derrick Plaza, Ryan Anthony Culima, Ferdinand Nalcot, Dr. Virgilio Nery, Jr., and Atty. Rema Erigbuagas-Burdeos. The presence of Aquino

Republic of the Philippines LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRY OFFICE PROVINCE OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL Cagayan de Oro City NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 10172, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that JEANOSA D. ESPINOSA has filed with this Office a petition for the correction of clerical error in the entry of the child’s SEX from “MALE” to “FEMALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of JEANOSA DAUG ESPINOSA who was born on September 27, 1991 in Cagayan de Oro City and whose parents are NOEL TENIO ESPINOSA and JEAN NATINDIM DAUG. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than August 20, 2015.

and Plaza seemed to confirm reports of an alliance among this city’s prominent political leaders backed by businessman Engr. Lagnada to form an invincible force for the

2016 political exercise. A tentative line-up for next year’s polls showed that the Liberal Party will aspire for a sweep of all this city’s elective posts

led by Fortun for congressman, Dr. Malbas for mayor, Aquino for vice-mayor, and for Sangguniang Panlungsod members: Plaza, Atty. Burdeos, Culima, Nalcot, Dr.

Nery, Jr., Atty. Unay, Atty. Glenn Carampatana, Atty. Ernest Sanchez, incumbent Libertad Punong Barangay Vincent Rosario and businessman Omar Andaya.

FORTUN MARKS BIRTHDAY WITH 2016 BUTUAN ASPIRANTS. Left photo shows Congressman Lawrence “Law” Fortun and his wife, Marie Therese, engage Butuan City mayoral aspirant Dr. Gabriel Malbas, Jr. (right,). in a light banter. Right photo shows former Rep. Jose “Joboy” Aquino II, who is running for vice-mayor, and his wife pose for posterity. Fortun’s birthday bash was held at Almont Resort Hotel and Convention Center, Butuan City, attended by a huge crowd composed of prominent political leaders, and officials from all of Butuan City’s 86 barangays, and Las Nieves town, Agusan del Norte as well as supporters. photos by pat samonte

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Republic of the Philippines 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT Fourth Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City IN RE: JOINT PETITION TO APPROVE AND REGISTER THE DIVORCE BETWEEN OF SPOUSES SAMUEL L. BELARMINO AND GLADYS U. BALASA,

CIVIL CASE NO.2015-053

SAMUEL L. BELARMINO AND GLADYS U. BALASA, Petitioners. X- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - / ORDER Before this Court verified joint petition for the approval and registration of the Divorce filed by the petitioners and alleging among others. That petitioners are husband and wife respectively in a marriage performed under Civil rites on December 22, 2011 at Maramag, Bukidnon, they converted to Islam faith, of which conversions to Islam were duly registered with this court, both of them can be served with summons and other legal processes relative to this case at their residents at Purok 5, South Poblacion, Maramag, Bukidnon and PC Hill, Cotabato or c/o Dao, Hinaplanon, Iligan City respectively; That said marriage did not last long due to lack of love and affection until the relationship manifested incompatibility and sustained misunderstanding between petitioners and reached the point of irreconcilability and they separated for more than three (3) years already October 28, 2011, they decided to separate live physically in bed and board, thereby, executed Memorandum of Agreement in order to formalized their separation. Since their separation, they had never been communicating or supporting either financially or emotionally to each other, neither minding each other,neither minding each other affair’s; Petitioner’s seek judicial decree of divorce, thereby, severing their marriage bond on December 22, 2011 , so that they will have free hand to do what a single man or woman could do without marital burdens. Reconciliation between them had already been diligently employed but all proved futile. WHEREFORE, finding this petition to be sufficient in form and substance, set the initial hearing of this case on August 28, 2015 at 9:00 a.m at which time, date and place. Any interested party may appear and show why the petition should not be granted. Let copy of this Order be published in a news paper of General Circulation in the City of Iligan once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks at the expense of the petitioners. SO ORDERED. Iligan City, Philippines, this 3rd day of August, 2015. (Sgd.) HON. OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge MDN: Aug. 4, 11 & 18, 2015

R.A. 9043/10172 Form No.10.1 (LCRO)

R.A. 9048/10172 Form No.10.1 (LCRO)

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES PROVINCE OF ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY MUNICIPALITY OF DIPLAHAN

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES PROVINCE OF ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY MUNICIPALITY OF DIPLAHAN

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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

In compliance with Section 7 of R.A. 10172, a notice is hereby served to the public that ARCHEDIV AZUCENA FLORES as filed with this Office a petition for Correction of clerical error particularly in his GENDER from “Female” to “Male”, in the Certificate of Live Birth ARCHEDIV AZUCENA FLORES who was Born on March 25,1995 at Mejo, Diplahan, Zamboanga del Sur and whose parents are CLOUDY D. FLORES and VIVIAN B. AZUCENA. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later then __________.

In compliance with Section 7 of R.A. 10172, a notice is hereby served to the public that JUBELLE AZUSANO SUGABO as filed with this Office a petition for Correction of clerical error particularly in his GENDER from “Female” to “Male”, in the Certificate of Live Birth JUBELLE AZUSANO SUGABO who was Born on June 14,1990 at Poblacion, Diplahan, Zamboanga del Sur and whose parents are LUFRANCO R. SUGABO and MARIBEL B. AZUSANO. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later then __________.

(Sgd.) JOCELYN C. WALON Municipal Civil Registrar

(Sgd.) JOCELYN C. WALON Municipal Civil Registrar

MDN: Aug 4 & 11, 2015

MDN: Aug 4 & 11, 2015

R.A 9048/10172 Form No. 10.1 Republic of the Philippines Province of ZamboangaSibugay Municipality of Siay OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL CIVIL REGISTRAR NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 7 of R.A. No. 10172, a notice is hereby served to the public that CHRISTIAN LOUIS LITUANAS LORENZO has filed with this Office a petition for correction of clerical error particularly in his GENDER from “FEMALE” to “MALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth bearing Registry No. 383 (g-87), page 78 of the Registry Book no. 07 of this office. CHRISTIAN LOUIS LITUANAS LORENZO was born on 4 July 1987 at Poblacion, Siay, Zamboanga del Sur and his parents are: Romeo L. Lorenzo and Lorna S. Lituanas. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than the last date of this publication. (Sgd.) SAMSON S. BARRIENTOS, LL.B.

MDN: Aug 4 & 11, 2015

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Mindanawon youth urged to take active part in protecting IP rights DAVAO City -- Youth leaders in Southern Mindanao on Saturday underscored the need for the youth to take an active role in protecting the rights of Indigenous Peoples (IPs) or Lumads, as they condemned the alleged militarization that they said displaced Lumads from their communities. “We are against the actions of the military that affected our Lumad brothers and sisters. They (Lumads) are the first who protect our nature, if destroyed will affect us all. We are here to support their struggle,” Fritz Vegas, convenor of Rise for Education AllianceEXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE WITH SALE

University of Immaculate Conception (UIC) said Saturday during the torch march from the Freedom Park to the United Church of Christ of the Philippines’ Haran where some 700 Lumads had taken shelter for months now. Representatives from student councils, school publications, and youthbased organizations participated in the torch march held on the eve of the United Nation’s International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, celebrated every August 9. It also marked the start of the “Pangiyak Ki!” (Shout Out!) Mindanao Youth Summit on August 9 to 10 where 500 young individu-

als gathered to discuss the role of the youth on alleged militarization in Lumad communities and alleged environmental plunder. A total of 25 American youth leaders from the Kapit Bisig Kabataan Network (KBKN) US, who came to Mindanao for immersion in Lumad communities from August 3 to 7, also participated in the gathering. He said these foreign youth leaders were integrated in Lumad communities in the Davao region, Northern Mindanao, Zamboanga Peninsula and Region 12 or Soccsksargen (South Cotabato, Sarangani, Sultan Kudarat and the cities therein), where there is military presence.

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“ The young leaders shared their insights realizing that many calamities occurring around the world, especially in the Philippines, are actually man-made. As they expressed solidarity to the Mindanawon youth who are continuously fighting for land, culture, education, and especially for genuine freedom in the hinterlands, they called on the youth around the world to also stand up and take action,” he said in a text message Sunday afternoon. In a statement, Vegas’ cousin, Juno, also surnamed Vegas, convenor of Rise for Education AllianceSouthern Mindanao Region, said the Filipino tradition of “Kapit-Bisig” signifies the youth’s collective solidarity around the world in bringing a decisive action to defend Mindanao’s environment from plunder and militarization. “O ur advo c ac y has

gained international support from the Kapit Bisig Kabataan Network US (KBKN), echoing our calls in the international level to save our schools, our environment, and its people - to save Mindanao,” Jeremy Alvarado De Nieva, a KBKN representative, added the activity exposed him to the social realities that he did not know before. Among the concerns that government must act on, he said, are “massive human rights violations caused by militarization of communities, the plunder of resources through largescale multinational mining, attacks on community learning schools for indigenous peoples and poor farmers, insufficient delivery of relief and rehabilitation programs to survivors of natural disasters, and the general lack of food security.” Vennel Chenfoo, spokes-

person for Kabataan partylist, blamed the continuous military encampments in Talaingod and Kapalong in Davao del Norte and Bukidnon for the displacement of the Lumads. An interagency group composed of representatives from the Commission on Human Rights, National Commission on Indigenous Peoples, Department of Social Welfare and Development and Davao City Police Office, went to Haran on July 23 purportedly to fetch the Lumads and bring them back to their villages in the other parts of Davao and Bukidnon. Officers of the 10th Infantry Division who were invited to the session of the City Council on August 4 to explain their side on the alleged militarization and creation of the Alamara Group that allegedy led to the displacement of the See youth, page A11

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Republic of the Philippines PROVINCE OF ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY Municipality of Imelda MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE NO. 0078-2015 By Virtue of Resolution No. 0048-2015 Authored By Hon. Merycecil R. Basinang AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE FISH LANDING POINT/AREA IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF IMELDA, PROVINCE OF ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY AND PROVIDING FOR FEES AND CHARGES AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. SECTION 1. TITLE - This ordinance shall be known as the “An Ordinance Establishing the Fish Landing Point/Area in the municipality of Imelda, province of Zamboanga Sibugay and Providing for Fees and Charges and for Other Purposes. SECTION 2. DEFINITION OF TERMS. - As used herein, the following terms shall mean as follows: a) Fish and Fishery Products - include all kinds of fish and other aquatic animals such as crustaceans like crabs, prawns, shrimps and lobsters; mollusk like clams, mussels, scallops, oysters, snails and other shell fish. Fishery products include products of aquatic living resources in any form. b) Landing Point - an area or place specifically established as such in this ordinance. c) Inspection - visual and/or internal inspection or checking and ascertaining whether the fish and fishery products are legally caught, gathered or harvested and safe for human consumption. Congressman Rufus B. Rodriguez leads the ground breaking ceremony for the road concreting of Jariol Street in Barangay Macasandig costing around P6.3 million from the Department of Public Works and Highways’ Local Infrastructure Program (LIP). Also present were DPWH CDO 2nd DEO District Engineer Anastacio G. Marundan; Asst. District Engineer Virginia G. Batocail; Barangay Chairman Ernesto P. Edrote; and Bobby Realista. photo supplied

DILG 10 Supports CDD institutionalization in Northern Mindanao

Cagayan de Oro -- the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG10), being one of the members of the Regional InterAgency Advisory Committee (RIAC-10) has issued a regional memo enjoining all Provincial Governors and Municipal Mayors through

DILG Provincial and City Directors to support the KALAHI CIDSS- National Community Driven Development Program. KALAHI- CIDSS Community Driven Development Program (KC-NCDDP) is implemented by the Department of Social Welfare and

Development (DSWD). The program was launched in 2003 with twenty one (21) municipalities being covered in Northern Mindanao. This year the program expanded its coverage with the additional new forty four (44) See supports, page A11

d) Fish Carriers – refers to any medium capable in delivering fish and fishery products. SECTION 3. FISH LANDING POINT. - The Bagsakan Center/Building near Public Market Building, Poblacion Imelda, Zamboanga Sibugay is hereby designated as the Fish Landing Point/area for all fish and fishery products delivered from Fish Carriers. SECTION 4. PRIOR LANDING. - All fish and fishery products tended for sale shall be brought in and landed at the designated landing point before they are brought to the Public Market. SECTION 5. INPECTION - All fish and fishery products brought in and landed at the fish landing point shall be subject to inspection and examination by the members of the inspection committee for the purpose of ensuring that no illegally caught fish nor illegally gathered or harvested fishery products may be sold at the public market. All fish and other fishery products found illegally caught, gathered or harvested shall be confiscated and disposed of in accordance with law. SECTION 6. INSPECTION COMMITTEE. - There is hereby created an “Inspection Committee” to be organized by the Municipal Mayor to be composed of the representatives of the Municipal Health Office; PNP, Imelda Station; Sanitary Inspector; the Market Inspector and the local office of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources if any: Provided, however, that said representatives shall be recommended by their respective chiefs of offices and who shall be designated as such by the Municipal Mayor and who shall serve without additional remuneration other than their salaries. The Inspection Committee shall see to it that no fish or fishery products are sold at the public market or elsewhere without the necessary inspection and certification as to fitness for human consumption. SECTION 7. INSPECTION WITHOUT DELAY. - All fish and fishery products brought in shall be inspected and examined with dispatch, and issued the necessary clearance and certification without delay. SECTION 8. CLEARANCE. - No fish or fishery products shall be sold at the public market without the necessary clearance and certification from the inspection committee. SECTION 9. Nothing in this ordinance shall prohibit the inspection committee from conducting inspection and/or examination of fish and fishery products already displayed for sale at the public market. SECTION 10. Selling of Fish outside the Public Market is prohibited except during the Market Day of Barangay Poblacion of which has its own designated area. SECTION 11. Selling of Fish (Suroy-Suroy) within Barangay Poblacion, Imelda, Zamboanga Sibugay is Prohibited. SECTION 12 – the Fish Brokers is prohibited to have their own stock room (Bodega) except in their respective designated stall only. SECTION 13 – Fish Brokers is prohibited to display and retail fish at their respective stall, allowed only at the inside Public Market. SECTION 14. STALL - the Local Government Unit of Imelda shall provide stall to each License Fish Broker. SECTION 15 – AWARDING OF STALL – the awarding of stall and spaces to qualified Fish Brokers shall be done through open public bidding of which the OCCUPANCY FEE shall not be less than P100,000.00 per stall and highest bidder will prevail. The award investor shall pay automatically the amount bid in full through cash or managers check to the Municipal Treasurer or to any authorized representatives. SECTION 16. PENALTY. 1) Any person who fails or refuses to bring in his fish/fishery products at the designated fish landing point/area and/or who fails or refuses to submit his fish or fishery products for inspection/examination and/or who sells, displays said fish or fishery products at the public market without the necessary clearance and certificate shall be fine of Two thousand Pesos (P2,000.00) Provided, however, that any member of the inspection committee who unduly delays or capriciously denies the issuance of the certificate shall be dealt with administratively. 2) Any person/s found violating the Section 10 and Section 11 of this ordinance shall be fine P500.00. SECTION 17- REPEALING Clause – All ordinances contrary to or inconsistent with this Ordinance are hereby repealed or modified accordingly. SECTION 18– Separability Clause – If any part or provision of this ordinance is declared unconstitutionally or invalid, the same shall not affect the validity and effectivity of the other parts or provision hereof. SECTION 19. EFFECTIVITY. - This ordinance shall take effect fifteen (15) days after its publication in a newspaper of local or general circulation or posting in at least two (2) conspicuous places in the municipality of Imelda. CERTIFIED CORRECT:

(Sgd) PRISCILLA T. JOQUIÑO Secretary to the SB

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Moderate El Niño conditions continue to persist across the equatorial Pacific Ocean, State weather agency Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said in its sixth El Nino advisory released on Monday. Leading climate models suggest that it may intensify from moderate to strong El Niño in the coming months (last quarter of 2015) and may last until early 2016, PAGASA noted. Weather systems that affected the country in July were the ridge of high pressure area, inter-tropical convergence zone (ITCZ), southwest (SW) monsoon, low-pressure areas (LPAs) and passage of three tropical cyclones (TCs)over the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR): tropical storm Egay (July 2-7) as well as typhoons Falcon (July 8-10) and Goring (July 23-25). All these TCs enhanced

n Drought is de-

fined as three consecutive months of way below-normal (more than 60 percent reduction from average) or five consecutive months of below-normal (21 percent to 60 percent reduction from average) rainfall condition.

the SW monsoon and brought moderate to heavy rains and thunderstorms over most sections of the country, resulting in landslides and flooding based on reports of the National Disaster RiskReduction and Management Council. Weather systems likely to

affect the country in August are the SW monsoon, ITCZ, LPAs, monsoon trough and occurrence of two to four TCs in PAR. Rainfall distribution is expected to be near-normal in most parts of the country while below-normal rainfall is predicted over the provinces of Palawan, Camarines Norte, Guimaras, Negros Island region, Central Visayas, Zamboanga Peninsula, Region XII and ARMM (Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao) except Cotabato and Lanao del Sur. Above-normal rainfall is likely in Samar and Misamis Oriental provinces. The provinces of Cagayan and Isabela will likely experience drought/dry spell while 11 provinces affected by drought/dry spell are likely to improve: Aurora,Camiguin, C at anduanes, L aguna, Mar i nduque, Mis amis Oriental,Occidental Min-

doro, Quezon, Quirino and Siquijor. However, Bohol and Camarines Norte are likely to experience drought condition. Surface air temperatures are expected to be slightly warmer than normal in most parts of the country. Predicted average range of temperature will be 13°C to 27°C over mountainous areas of Luzon, 19°C to 37°C for the rest of Luzon, 22°C to 36°C over the Visayas, 15°C to 33°C over mountainous areas of Mindanao and 17°C to 37°C for the rest of Mindanao. Analysis of rainfall distribution for July showed near- to above-normal rainfall were observed over the Cordillera Administrative Region, Ilocos Region, Central and Southern Luzon, including Metro Manila, Romblon, Albay, Palawan, Negros Island Region, southern section of Cebu, Western and Central Min-

danao. The rest of the country experienced below- to way below-normal rainfall conditions, especially the eastern section of the Philippines which is a clear manifestation of El Niño’s impacts on the country. Further analysis showed the provinces of Aurora, Camarines Norte, Catanduanes, Laguna, Marinduque, Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro and Quirino were affected by dry spell. Dry spell is described as three consecutive months of below-normal (21 percent to 60 percent reduction from average) rainfall conditions or two consecutive months of way below-normal (more than 60 percent reduction from average) rainfall conditions. On the other hand, provinces affected by drought are: Bohol, Camiguin, Misamis Oriental, Quezon and Siquijor.

Drought is defined as three consecutive months of way below-normal (more than 60 percent reduction from average) or five consecutive months of belownormal (21 percent to 60 percent reduction from average) rainfall condition. Slightly warmer-thanaverage air temperatures were generally observed over most parts of the country during July except for slightly cooler than average air temperatures over mountainous areas of Luzon. Average range of temperature recorded in the country were 24°C to 33°C over lowlands of Luzon, 16°C to 21°C for mountainous areas of Luzon, 24°C to 33°C for the Visayas, 23°C to 34°C over lowlands of Mindanao and 19°C to 29°C over mountainous areas of Mindanao. PAGASA will continue to closely monitor the ongoing moderate El Niño condition. (PNA)


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Early Language Literacy and Numeracy Program By Teresito A. Magtabog School Principal II Kalilangan Central School

Education is one strategy not only to improve knowledge and skills of Filipino human resources but also to better the lives of every family. This is the reason of the ten-point agenda set before the current administration seated in their place, in which one of the so-called points is making a child a reader by Grade 1. This part of the agenda is to make sure that a child can already read during his

first grade in elementary. Apart from encouraging educators to look over the reading competitiveness of the child, Department of Education has come up with programs to support this such as Every Child a Reader Program (ECARP), a national program designed to equip elementary pupils with strategic reading and writing skills to make them independent young readers and writers. In addition to this, the Early Language Literacy and Numeracy Program was also implemented to

strengthen the reading component for the same target of “Every child should be a reader by Grade 1.” The program will develop Filipino children literacy and numeracy skills and attitudes which will contribute to lifelong learning. It also aims to improve reading and numeracy skills of Kinder to Grade 3 pupils, following K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum. Moreover, it targets to establish a sustainable and cost-effective professional development system for teachers.

Just last April 2015, a new order was released about the guidelines for Early Language Literacy and Numeracy Program. The new order stated improvement on professional development component that would be great help in the implementation of the program. Pro g r ams su ch a s mentioned is a way to cause reformation and constructive change in Education for Education is a strategic tool helpful for the future of Filipino children.

Instructional Leadership: A key for better performance By Rhea Kristine J. Guldbog Tabid National High School

Schools aim to provide students with a meaningful educational experience that will benefit them in various future career paths. Productive and goal-achieving learning institutions, on the other hand, are results of a good instructional leadership. Instructional leadership does not just limit of raising chi ldren’s achievement and creating valuable education opportunities for their stakeholders. It also rec-

ognizes importance of its own version of management mix which are initially people, possession, process and plans. People refers to its a d m i n i s t r at i ve b o d y, teachers, staff and students. These entities are important in order to keep the school running and be visionary to its goals and mission. Possession are helpful things that aid the need of the schools. This include classroom buildings, books, furnitures, facilities and materials.

Process, on the other hand, is the strategic ways used to further direct the organization to its goals and ambitions. Important matters such as planning the targets, doing reports, issuing guidelines, coming up with rules and regulations, conducting seminars for teachers, organizing school events to strengthen skills and talents and the others. Plans refer to future activities essential for achievement of goals. Planning involves setting clear and realistic goals, organizing activity based on the revenues forecast,

Teachers as Prime Movers of Transformation By Rene B. Edullantes Teacher III

The teachers are facing with great challenge as prime movers in developing the 21st century learners with 21st century skills. But, are they prepared to tackle the challenge? As the implementation of the K to 12 curriculum has started, several trainings have been conducted both in curriculum content and teaching strategies in preparation with the major change in education. Consultative assemblies

were held for parents and other stakeholders to inform them of their great role in the implementation and deliberate the beneficial effects of the new curriculum. School buildings and other facilities were constructed in preparation for the senior high school. However, more than all these preparations are the emotional readiness of the teachers as the front liners in the battlefield of education. They should have an in depth understanding of the program and the essence of

its ultimate goal so that they will embrace it with love and enthusiasm. When a person works with love, he will become more innovative, creative, resourceful, and dedicated which is the call of the 21st century teachers. He can better perform his task to empower every K to 12 learners to become creative, critical-minded, collaborative and proactive in dealing any problem situation thus, becoming selfmanaging, self-evaluating and self-directed individual equipped with technologi-

When Internet is bad for students

By Ricender G. Gonzales

Are we aware that we may be destroying our students’ ability to learn when we assign them to write and they google it? With today’s easy access to internet, students are quick to hit google for help with their assignments. These assignments could include writing reaction papers, learning about some topics, and finding photos. We may be thankful on this great access to the world of information, but many accompanying issues lurk around that need to be addressed. When students submit their assigned write-ups to you, there are two major issues that have possibly been involved: copyright infringement and plagia-

rism. We can easily dismiss these and argue that the assigned internet research is for the students’ own learning. But are we sure it’s all positive learning? Please consider that they may be also learning that there is no wrong in copying ideas, or copy-pasting from online articles, or using pictures without the owner’s permission. For example, why can’t we just show the students some photos of famous tourist spots in the Philippines from a magazine instead of asking them to print photos from the internet?They will eventually use pictures without consent from the photographers. This is a subtle method of teaching the students to commit a copyright crime.And this is not the frame of mind that

we wanted them to grow up to. Of course, we are not discouraging students from taking advantage on this easy, and cheap, if not free, information source. But as teachers, we have the responsibility to guide our students to morally-right decisions in life. So, how can we improve our teaching approaches and methods to avoid this bad learning? One is to make sure that we explain to the students that copy-pasting from the internet and claiming it as their own is plagiarism; and printing photos without permission from the owner is copyright infringement. We have to emphasize to them that these acts are against the law. We can teach the students how to cite sources

formulating strategies, preparing budgets, and implementing strategies, and evaluation and control systems. These are coverages of instructional leadership. Certainly, it is very broad. However, for a school head, the entire system can be successfully completed by making sure that each part is running. Instructional leaders are integral to ever y school’s attainment of support, teacher success, student achievement, and school’s better performance, in entirety.

cal skills. He can better impart knowledge and develop skills which lead to greater efficiency and better productivity. Commitment to work is enhanced. With the intense collaboration of the government, Department of Education as implementing agency and other stakeholders and the strong commitment of the teachers, the mission to develop the 21st century learners who are “Maka-Diyos, Maka-tao, Makakalikasan at Makabansa” is within our reach. and to ask permission to use photos. Second,we shouldcarefully craft the homework or research work so that students have to think rather than copy-paste from the internet. Instead of asking the students to write something about a certain topic, ask them to write about what they think about it. There are other creative things we can do to keep students away from the above-mentioned crimes. The internet can help us on this. We have to keep in mind that at the end of each day’s work, we arethere to make sure that we have not taught the students thewrong thing. It is our responsibility as teachers to look into these issues and do appropriate actions to address these.

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THE 4 E’s OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP

By Nelson C. Valcurza School Principal 1 Dalirig Elementary School Manolo Fortich 1 District

A good leader knows that change in society has to begin with himself. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, the great man in India who personified transformational leadership, “We must be the change we seek in the world.” We need not become a historical figure as Gandhi to spark change within our community. We only have to remember and live by the 4 E’s of transformational leadership. These principles demand that we Envision, Enable, Energize, and Empower.

Envision. Create a picture of the future and keep the dream alive. Focus on the objective, which are specific steps, taken one at a time, to make things happen toward the goals. Enable. Develop plans and strategies to achieve the desired results. Make vision attainable by planning small wins. Energize. First, we motivate ourselves and then let our passion and enthusiasm infect others towards the fulfillment of shared vision. Empower. Build confidence by celebrating every small win and recognizing everyone’s contribution to the effort to bring the vision closer to reality.

LEADERSHIP FOR SERVICE By Daisy C. Uayan School Principal II Manolo Fortich Central Elementary School

What is leadership? Why leadership? This implies that someone has to lead the process of change and this is the TEACHER. There is an urgent need for us to revolutionize our ways of developing the young to become effective leaders of tomorrow. It is imperative that we develop them to become leaders for service. According to Robert Greenleaf an advocate of Servant Leadership,” the leader should start by imagining himself as a servant first, rather than thinking of himself as a leader and conceiving of service only afterwards.” James Autry list down six characteristics of servant leadership: 1. Leadership is not

about controlling people. It is about caring for people. 2. Leadership is not about being boss. It is about being present for people and building a community at work. 3. Leadership is not about holding on to territory. It is about letting go of ego, bringing spirit to work, being your best and most authentic self. 4. Leadership is less concerned with pep talks and more concerned with creating a place in which people can do good work. 5. Leadership, like life, is largely a matter of paying attention, and finally 6. Leadership requires love. A leader’s love for his community breeds influence over people.

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plan, Psd-09-048075 being a portion of lot 4434, Pls-119; Pagadian Public Land Subdivision situated at Danlugan, Pagadian City. Containing an area of ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED FIFTY SIX (1,856) SQUARE METERS covered by TCT No. T-26,996. PARCEL 5 (Lot 4434-F, Psd-09-048075) A parcel of land (Lot 4434-F) of the subdivision plan, Psd-09-048075 being a portion of Lot 4434, Pls-119; Pagadian Public Land Subdivision situated at Danlugan, Pagadian City. Containing an area of ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED FIFTY SIX (1,856) SQUARE METERS covered by TCT No. T-26,997, are the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT AMONG HEIRS, made and executed by and between AMANCIO L. YABO, Filipino of legal age, married to Erlinda Pal-ing and a resident of Danlugan, Pagadian City; AVELINO L. YABO, Filipino of legal age, married to Herminia Pacarat and a resident of Danlugan, Pagadian City; MARIETA L. YABO, Filipino of legal age, married to Esperidion Carumba and a resident of Danlugan, Pagadian City; WILFREDO L. YABO, Filipino of legal age, married to Matilde Baring and a resident of Danlugan, Pagadian City; MEDELINA L. YABO, Filipino of legal age, married to Carlos R. Benoya and a resident of Danlugan, Pagadian City; are the only surviving and compulsory heirs. Under Notary Public of ATTY. FERDINAND MAS PABLO; as per Doc. No. 97; Page No. 20; Book No. XXIX; Series of 2015.

Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late SPOUSES FELIX YABO and MAGDALENA LOMONGOYABO, who died on July 13, 2002 and July 30, 2006, respectively at Danlugan, Pagadian City. At the time of their death, they left (5) parcels of land enumerated and described as follows; PARCEL I (Lot 4434-B, Psd-09-048075) A parcel of land (Lot 4434-B) of the subdivision plan, Psd-09-048075 being a portion of Lot 4434, Pls-119; Pagadian Public Land Subdivision situated at Danlugan, Pagadian City. Containing an area of ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED FIFTY SIX (1,856) SQUARE METERS covered by TCT No. T-26,993. PARCEL 2 (Lot 4434-C, Psd-09-048075) A parcel of land (Lot 4434-C) of the subdivision plan, Psd-09-048075 being a portion of Lot 4434, Pls-119; Pagadian Public Land Subdivision situated at Danlugan, Pagadian City. Containing an area of ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED FIFTY SIX (1,856) SQUARE METERS covered by TCT No. T-26,994. PARCEL 3 (Lot 4434-D, Psd-09-048075) A parcel of land (Lot 4434-D) of the subdivision plan, Psd-09-048075 being a portion of Lot 4434, Pls-119; Pagadian Public Land Subdivision situated at Danlugan, Pagadian City. Containing an area of ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED FIFTY SIX (1,856) SQUARE METERS covered by TCT No. T-26,995. PARCEL 4 (Lot 4434-E, Psd-09-048075) A parcel of land (Lot 4434-E) of the subdivision

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Jesus is in your side Special Gospel of the day (August11, 2015-Tuesday) Luke 4:38-44-And he arose out of the synagogue, and entered into Simon’s house. And Simon’s wife’s mother was taken with a great fever; and they besought him for her. And he stood over her, and rebuked the fever; and it left her: and immediately she arose and ministered unto them. Now when the sun was setting, all they that had any sick with divers diseases brought them unto him; and he laid his hands on every one of them, and healed them. And devils also came out of many, crying out, and saying, Thou art Christ the Son of God. And he rebuking [them] suffered them not to speak: for they knew that he was Christ. And when it was day, he departed and went into a desert place: Jesus came from the synagogue the place for study and “worship” and went to the house of Peter mother in law who has fever. In this scenario, we can see that Peter was close to his mother in law, in fact, he brought Jesus to her for healing. How about you, are you close to your mother in law? We can also describe that Peter

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Bro. Edcel L. Closas asked the help of Jesus since he could not do anything for his sickly mother in law. This is the thing to do, let us bring Jesus to others and others to Jesus. For Peter, he was not effective because his mother in law knew him very much that’s why he brought Jesus to their house. This is also possible to us, in the eyes of others we are not qualified but do not worry, Jesus is in our side. Jesus was in the side of Peter in healing Peter’s mother in law: Printing paid by: Neneth Ranoa - Bobong Balino- Edith Ranoa, PhD- Tony Jordan – Cagayan De Oro: My new number: 09187148435: God loves you!!!

Republic of the Philippines Province of Davao del Sur CITY OF DIGOS Publication Notice R.A. 10172 August 06, 2015

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

In Compliance with the publication requirement and pursuant to OCRG Memorandum Circular No. 2013-1 Guidelines in the Implementation of the Administrative Order No. 1 Series of 2012 (IRR on R.A. 10172), Notice is hereby served to the public that JOSEPHINE B. TASIS has filed with this Office , a petition for change of first name from “JOSEFINA” to “JOSEPHINE” and the correction of entry in the date of birth from “JANUARY 26, 1966” to “DECEMBER 16, 1966” in the Certificate of Live Birth of JOSEFINA DIONALDO BATAMALAQUE at Digos, Davao del Sur and whose parents are Esteban C. Batomalaque and Lucia H. Dionaldo. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than August 26, 2015. (SGD) MARISSA C. NEBRADA

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Globe Telecom said its board approved the third quarterly distribution of cash dividends of P20.75 per share following a record financial performance in the first half of 2015. The dividend will be paid to shareholders on record as of August 17, 2015, with payment date on September 2, 2015. “Together with the previously declared cash dividends in the first half of the year, aggregate dividends to date is at P62.25 per share, which is consistent with our

prescribed dividend policy and in line with our commitment to a sustainable and competitive dividend distribution,” Globe Chief Finance Officer Alberto De Larrazabal said. According to Larrazabal, Globe dividend yield is estimated at 3.2% based on the closing share price of P2,572 as of July 30 while total shareholder return is estimated at 51.9%.“The company’s dividend yield is quite competitive compared to the yield of other listed companies and government

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By Rene B. Edullantes Teacher III

In order for discussion to be more effective, students engagement is needed. However, it is a fact that encouraging participation from them is quite challenging that it require wise strategies and technique. First basic thing to attract student participation is by way of exerting intensive effort in discussion. For younger levels, strategies like effective way of communicating lessons,

the use of attractive visual aids and teaching materials are few good basics, as well as the use of rewarding method. These things will serve as tools to push their confidence, open their mind a bit more and express their ideas and further engage with the entire class. For higher grades, however, it is all about testing not just how they express their ideas but also on the way they express opinions. Teacher can do this through experiments, such as assigning them to have

Ang pagtuturo ay isang propesyon na ang pangunahing gampanin ay magsilbing ilaw sa mga mag-aaral. Ang mga guro ay nagpapaintindi, nagbibigay-linaw at nagpapaliwanag sa anumang hindi maintindihan ng mga nagsisipag-aral. Hindi lamang sa pagtuturo ng pagsulat, pagbabasa, o pag-iintindi ng mga paksa sa Matematika limitado ang trabaho ng mga guro. Sila ay mga modelo at inspirasyon sa mga kabataang nakatanglaw sa kanila. Kaya mahalaga na hindi lamang Pilipino, Ingles, Sining at Kultura, o Agham at Teknolohiya sila maging guro kundi maging sa buhay ng bawat isang mag-aaral – gurong magiging ilaw sa kanilang

daan patungo sa katuparan ng kanilang mga pangarap, gurong magpapayo at magtutuwid sa mga kamalian, at gurong magbibigay pagasa sa mga oras na sila ay nauubusan na ng mga sagot sa kanilang katanungan at solusyon sa mga problema. Hindi lingid sa ating kaalaman na hindi lahat ng mga bata, bagaman sa kanilang kamusmusan, ay masaya at komportable sa buhay. Sa uri ng lipunan na kinagagalawan ng tao sa panahong ito, ang mga bata ay na-aapektuhan din. Mayroong mga kabataang nagtatamasa sa kahirapan, na-aapi sa murang gulang, at lubos na napipighati dahil wasak ang pamilya. Kaya, sa isang lugar na tinuturing nilang pangalawang tahanan, dapat ang paaralan

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P7.6 billion in the first half of 2014. Recently, Globe Telecom earned a much-coveted recognition from the Fund Managers Association of the Philippines as Company of the Year for its remarkable financial performance based on its growth in consolidated revenues, EBITDA and core net income. The citation was based on votes gathered from FMAP member-institutions on their view of various Asian companies. See globe, page A11

small group discussion. This technique requires them to work with a group where they can fully express what they believe. It is possible that here, debates and argumentation will exist that would encourage them to do a stand and prove their ideas. This will result not just on boosting their confidence to participate, decide and stand up from the class but also intensify their engagement for classroom activities. The quality of learning not just depend on

the teacher and school alone. They will just serve as foundation, building child’s confidence, selftrust, interest and ability in fostering explored knowledge to fully encourage their selves to engage and be involved in activities that will make them discover their best selves. Moreover, the socalled foundation should be strong enough to build each child’s learning. That is the way towards the attainment of high quality learning.

Pagtuturo: Kaakibat ay Pag-asa

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securities in the country,” he noted. Globe Telecom generated fresh record revenues of P53.8 billion in the first six months of the year, a 13% rise from P47.7 billion a year earlier, driven by robust gains from its mobile and broadband businesses amid strong customer uptake. The company booked a net profit of P8.7 billion in the first half of the year, an impressive 27% jump from P6.8 billion a year earlier while core net profit rose 14% to P8.6 billion from

Intensifying classroom engagement for quality education

By Poley M. Tayong, Ed.D Calabayan National High School

PANAWAGAN GIPANAWAGAN SI ROSELLE AREDIDON DE JESUS INAHAN SA USA KA BATANG LALAKI NGA NATAWO NIADTONG HUNYO 15, 2015 SA JR BORJA GENERAL HOSPITAL, LUNGSOD SA CAGAYAN DE ORO UG KAPARENTIHAN SA MAONG BATA SA PAG ANHI SA OPISINA SA DSWD RECEPTION AND STUDY CENTER FOR CHILDREN, MASTERSON AVENUE, UPPER CARMEN, CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY ARON MASABUTAN ANG KASAMTANGAN NGA KAHIMTANG SA BATA NGA NAG PANGIDARON UG 1 KA BULAN UG 26 KA ADLAW. KUNG KINSA KADTONG NAKA-ILA SA INAHAN O KABANAYAN NIINI NGA BATA, PALIHUG SA PAGPAHIBALO KANG MRS. ROSANEL D. PAGUE, ANG CENTER HEAD O PAGTAWAG SA TELEPONO NUMERO 088-858-8959 LOCAL 126.

Globe approves cash dividend following record 1H earnings

In Compliance with Section 5 of R.A. Act No. 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public that ASKREAH SAMADULA GUIAPAL has filed with this Office a petition for change of first name from “BAILYN” to “ASKREAH” in the birth certificate of BAILYN SAMADULA GUIAPAL who was born on 16 June 1997 at Carmen, Cotabato and whose parents are Abdul Nasser M. Guiapal and Vilma D. Samadula. Any person adversely affected by said petiton may file his written opposition with this Office not later than August 17, 2015. (SGD) MARY P. MACAYA Municipal Civil Registrar MDN: Aug 11 & 18, 2015

ay magsilbing ginhawa sa kanilang buhay kung saan natatanaw nila ang kabukasan na puno ng pag-asa. Ganito ang pagtuturo.

Kaakibat nito ay mahahalagang gampanin, na ang maaaring kapalit ay tagumpay ng maraming kabataan.

Republic of the Philippines OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL CIVIL REGISTRAR Matalam, Cotabato Publication Notice R.A. 10172

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC CCE-0051-2015 Date: 07 August 2015 In Compliance with the publication requirement and pursuant to OCRG Memorandum Circular No. 2013-1 Guidelines in the Implementation of the Administrative Order No. 1 Series of 2012 (IRR on R.A. 10172), Notice is hereby served to the public that MANIE HUELAR CAYAN has filed with this office, a petition for correction of entry in sex from “FEMALE” to “MALE” in the certificate of live birth of MANIE HUELAR CAYAN at Matalam, Cotabato and whose parents are MANASIE CLARITO CAYAN and ELMA DUMAGPI HUELAR. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than September 2, 2015. (SGD) TRINIDAD T. BUTARDO Municipal Civil Registrar

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The company was also cited recently by FinanceAsia Magazine’s annual poll of Best Managed Companies for its commitment to a strong dividend policy. Last year, Globe also gained a recognition from regional publication Alpha Southeast Asia Magazine as one of the Philippine companies with the most consistent dividend policy on their 3rd annual Southeast Asia Institutional Investor Corporate Awards.

resolutions than any legislator can in Congress. The latest is the amendment to the “Cabotage Law,” a law that refers to shipping of goods from one port to another, which President Aquino approved and made mention during his last State of the Nation Address (SONA) on July 27, 2015 during the joint third session of the Sixteenth Congress. Rodriguez also poured in more than PHP 8 Billion worth of various infrastructure projects in his district in Cagayan De Oro City during his tenure as Representative of the Cagayan De Oro City’s 2nd District. –The CynosureSend comment/reaction: crisguardian@yahoo.com

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municipalities, making a total of sixty five (65) LGU’s in the region. The successful implementation of KC-NCDDP has proven to be effective in addressing poverty incidence and building community empowerment. It also helps enhance local governance which warrants transparency and accountability from the Provincial, Municipal down to Barangay and the community. The DILG instituted its convergence mechanism to provide necessary support in the implementation of the Government’s programs and projects in the region, in particular DSWD KCNCDDP. The regional memorandum purposely aims to institutionalize the Community Driven Development (CDD) in Northern Mindanao. Written by Luis T. Arquiza, DSWD

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Lumads. Col. Jake Obligado, commander of 10ID’s Civil Military Operations, said the military did not violate the customary laws of Lumads, as they always pay a courtesy call on tribal leaders before conducting operations. He said the New People’s Army (NPA) penetrated Talaingod and Kapalong after Typhoon Pablo which struck in December 2012, destroyed their bases in Davao Oriental and Compostela Valley. In a press release, Col. Eduardo Gubat, spokesperson of the Eastern Mindanao Command (Eastmincom), said the Lumads inside the UCCP Haran are “not evacuees but victims of trafficking.” The press release also quoted Eastmincom chief Lt. Gen. Aurelio Baladad as saying the presence of the military in the area is because of the presence of the NPA harassing the tribal community. “Kaya may military kasi may NPA sa area, the AFP mandate is to protect the people,” Baladad was quoted as saying. On the alleged human rights abuses of the military against the Lumads, Baladad said the military will not tolerate any abuse. “We do not tolerate, we investigate, we punish,” he said. (Antonio L. Colina IV / MindaNews)

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only four out of ten takers, we will increase our sales volume by P262,800 a year. Two pieces of Bananas sells P90.00 per order. The Service Charge for all employees would also increase by P108.00 per day. There were other star desserts in our menu line up, but we did not push for the Chocolate Truffles or the popular Durian Cheese Cake which costs P120.00 per slice to avoid the traditional negatives. Nobody eats the sweet ending anymore. Everyone’s on a diet, if we push for it, half of our guests would be dead in a week? By the way, we have nothing to do with children victimized by Durian Candy poisoning. Our food preparations have undergone Hazards Analysis Control and Critical analysis, HACC, where we spend millions for training and buying those sophisticated kitchen equipment to be certified. In the last six months, we have shown our Waiters, what’s happening to Banana sales. This August, they have doubled the number of covers for Bananas. Think Bananas, is the hotel’s secret weapon. Our Reservationist now think of Bananas, and suggest, “Would you like the Deluxe Suite which has a separate Tub and Shower and is overlooking Mount Apo instead of the Junior Suite which is facing the main thoroughfare of J. P. Laurel Avenue. Mountain View has a premium with higher rates compared to the highway scenery with endless vehicles running. Our Concierge, are thinking of Bananas, each Bellman has his own reservation card with his name printed with his Cell Phone number and he asks if you’d like him to make your return reservation as he is checking you out and into your Taxi. Our Telephone Operators are also thinking of Bananas, they suggest breakfast in bed when you asked for a Wake Up call. You just want a light breakfast, no ham and eggs? The Room Service Order taker would suggest, how about some

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Bananas? We figure we’ve added about 100 persons to the five person sales team we have before. Now, every employee has an additional P1,872 .00 to their usual P3, 683 average share of the Service Charge which is now ranging to P5,555, per month on top of their salaries. More than ever, I am happy to know, that the farmers from Toril and Calinan supplied us with more Sweet Cavendish Bananas and probably they have also increased their income? But on the lighter side, two pieces of Bananas a day, will keep the Doctors away. For comments or queries, please Email: sbeverage@ rocketmail.com or follow on Twitter@gm_ped

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family who he did not identify were from the village of Polacion and went to Carmen, also in North Cotabato Sunday when they decided to take “pastil,” a Muslim food in Kabacan. Hours later, they complained of stomach pain and vomited. They were rushed to a private hospital. The victims suspected the “pastil” was spoiled. Also on Sunday, a family of four were hospitalized at Cruzado Medical Clinic in Poblacion Pikit, after eating dinner. Police report said the family of Panuga were rushed to the clinic after complaining of severe stomach disorders. Citing statement from the victims, Karim said they cooked a rice bought by a relative from the town public market and dined. Hours later, they suffered stomach pain and vomited. The police said investigation was still on going and the town health office had conducted laboratory tests of samples taken from the victims. (PNA)

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Assistant National Statistician Socorro D. Abejo, in a briefing Monday, said the survey in Metro Manila may be extended beyond the September 6, 2015 deadline. “It has been proven in the past that it is hard to conduct surveys in Metro Manila, Metro Davao and Metro Cebu. One reason for this is the unavailability of people living in condominium units,” she said. Abejo explained that under the law people who misdeclare information will be slapped with penalties but this is not stressed during the conduct of surveys because people, especially those in the lower class of society, have high cooperation rates. She explained that they found it hard to get information from people living in exclusive villages and condominiums but this was addressed by coordinating with housing association officials and building administrators.

Conduct of the middecade survey is in line with the goal of updating population figures down to the villages. President B enigno Aquino III, in Proclamation No. 1031 signed on May 21, 2015, declared August this year as National Census Month. This activity has been given about P2.5 billion budget, which was initially used in 2014 for planning and preparations. Abejo said implementation and preliminary processing of the collected data will be done this year and tabulation will be done next year. She said preliminary survey results will be announced by end-2016. She also said that all PSA enumerators will have proper identification cards and the public can verify their identities with village officials. Enumerators wearing official POPCEN 2015 IDs will visit and interview every household to ask basic information such as age, sex, marital status, education, and usual occupation and others. The interview will take from 15 to 30 minutes for each household. Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr., in his speech, said the survey will enable the government to determine how much should be allocated to social protection programs. He disclosed that 36.8 percent of the national expenditure program under the proposed Php 3.002 trillion national budget is allocated for social development programs. Thus, he stressed the need to have correct population figures to ensure the effective planning and implementation of inclusive growth programs. This, as the survey would help the government determine the areas where high poverty incidence is prevalent, he said. Also, the census would help lawmakers determine the setting up of Congressional districts. “We have proven that correct analysis leads to correct solution. This has helped us in the implementation of our programs in the last five years,” Coloma added. Meanwhile, Dr. Janith C. Aves, the interim provincial statistics officer of PSA, Misamis Oriental, called on the public to support the 2015 Census of Population (PopCen 2015) by accommodating its enumerators as they do interviews and by providing complete and appropriate answers to all questions during the interview. Likewise, Aves assured the public that all data provided by the respondent will be held strictly confidential as indicated in Section 27 of RA 10625. --Joann Santiago of PNA with a report from PSA-Region 10

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in a text message to this reporter. from page A1 SPI’s second power unit “This is why it’s about was put on preventive maintime that the Department of tenance shutdown since July Energy consider imposing 18. (Bong D. Fabe) fines and penalties especially during critical months when supply is deemed to be low from page A3 both S&P and Fitch upped by a and demand is rising,” they notch their ratings on the country. said. Also, the WB, IMF and ADB Meanwhile, the second are one in their forecast of above105-megawatt unit of the trend growth for the economy this STEAG State Power, Inc. year although growth is forecast (SPI) will go back online at levels below the government’s before its target date of target band due to impact of growth August 16, said the com- dynamics in other countries as well pany’s spokesperson Jerome as other external factors. In recent years, the domesSoldevilla. “[It will go back online] tic economy has been posting on or before August 16 but strong and resilient growth with most likely earlier than our an average of about six percent, August 16 target,” he said higher than in the past. --Joann

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EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late RUBEN L. ENERIO, who died on 31st of January 2014, in Batangas City, leaving certain properties more particularly described as follows: I. “A PARCEL OF LAND consisting of 26,008.5 square meters which is a portion of that land known as Lot No. 22193 (11401C-13) situated at Loguilo, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-46641. II. “A PARCEL OF LAND consisting of 236.8 square meters which is a portion of that land known as Lot No. 11405 – P situated at Loguilo, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental covered by Tax Declaration No. 022473.” – 0817-0007-03388. III. “A PARCEL OF LAND consisting of 5.805.67 square meters which is a portion of that land known as Lot No. 11410 situated at Loguilo, Misamis Oriental, “ T.D. -0817-0007-03387. IV. “A PARCEL OF LAND consisting of 2,009.4 square meters which is a portion of that land known as Lot No. 11401 situated at Loguilo, Misamis Oriental covered by Tax Declaration No. 022471.”T.D. – 0817-0007-03386. V. “A PARCEL OF LAND consisting of 4,081 square meters which is a portion of that land known as Lot No. 11502 situated at Loguilo, Misamis Oriental covered by Tax Declaration No. 022428.” T. D. 0817-0007-09956 “A PARCEL OF LAND consisting of 2,888.52 square meters which is a portion of that land known as accretion lot number H-104301.203.D covered by Tax Declaration No. 020070.” T.D. 002444428. VI. “A PARCEL OF LAND consisting of 2,478.5 square meters which is a portion of that land known as Lot No. 11409-C situated at Loguilo, Misamis Oriental covered by Tax Declaration No. 022427.” – 08170007-03372 “A PARCEL OF LAND consisting of 1,782.7 square meters which is a portion of that land known as accretion Lot No. H-104301-2-D situated at Loguilo, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental covered by Tax Declaration No. 020066.” VII. “A PARCEL OF LAND consisting of 1,349.3 square meters which is a portion of that land known as Lot No. 11489 situated at Loguila, Misamis Oriental covered by Tax Declaration No. 022577.” – 08170007-03784. VIII. “A PARCEL OF LAND consisting of 5,024.5 square meters which is a portion of that land known as Lot No. 192-GSS 580 situated at Lourdes, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental covered by Tax Declaration No. 023700.”T.D. – 0817-0008-05094. IX. “A PARCEL OF LAND consisting of 3,678.83 square meters which is a portion of that land known as Lot No. 189-GSS situated at Lourdes, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental covered by Tax Declaration No. 023699.”T.D. -0817-0008-05093. X. “A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 46425, Cad 237 (MSI-104301-24-D) situated at Poblacion, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental containing an area of TWO HUNDRED SIXTY FOUR (264) Square Meters covered by Original Certificate of Title No. 2011000020.” XI. “A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 10881-A, Psd-10-000526 situated at Alubijid, Misamis Oriental containing an area of FOUR HUNDRED FORTY THREE (443) Square Meters covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-5152.” XII. “A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 49-E-2, Psd-10-004394 situated at Poblacion, Malaybalay, Bukidnon containing an area of ONE HUNDRED (100) Square Meters covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-77432.” XIII. “A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 9384-C, Psd-10-059256

situated at Sinaloc, El Salvador City, Misamis Oriental containing an area of EIGHT THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED TWENTY (8,420) Square Meters covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-54665.” XIV. “A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 2891-E-H, Psd-10-001298 situated at Macasandig, Cagayan de Oro City containing an area of SIX HUNDRED TWENTY TWO (622) Square Meters covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-30277.” XV. “A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 11230, Cad-237 situated at Alubijid, Misamis Oriental containing an area of ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED TWENTY EIGHT (1,928) Square Meters covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-48432.” XVI. “A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 11489-P situated at Sinaloc, El Salvador City, Misamis Oriental containing an area of SEVEN THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED EIGHTY FIVE (7,485) Square Meters covered by Tax Declaration No. 0208591.” XVII. “A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 11489-P situated at Sinaloc, El Salvador City, Misamis Oriental containing an area of TWO THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED ONLY (2,700) Square Meters covered by Tax Declaration No. 02-08590.” XVIII. “A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 11180 situated at Loguilo, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental containing an area of ONE THOUSAND THREE TWELVE POINT FOUR (1,312.4) Square Meters covered by TCT No. E-7265.” XIX. “A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 11837 situated at Lagtang, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental containing an area of TWO THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED SIXTY ONLY (2,460) Square Meters covered by OCT No. E-7246.” XX. “A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 11449-A Loguilo, Alubijid situated at Lagtang, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental containing an area of ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED TWENTY EIGHT POINT 4 (1,728.4) Square Meters covered by OCT No. C-9831.” XXI. “A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 43493 Lagtang, Alubijid situated at Lagtang, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental containing an area of ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED FIFTY SIX POINT 6 (1,756.6) Square Meters covered by OCT No. C-9831.” XXII. “A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 11343, Alubijid situated at Lagtang, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental containing an area of ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED TWELVE POINT SIXTY (1,512.60) Square Meters covered by TCT No. T5127.” XXIII. “A PARCEL OF LAND (Lot 1, Psd-10-004010, being a portion of Lot H-167519) situated in the barangay of Kiucab, Municipality of Malaybalay, Province of Bukidnon, Island of Mindanao containing an area of FIFTY FIVE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED SIXTY TWO (55,462) Square Meters, covered by TCT No. T-AT-7879, are the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE, made and entered into by and between; 1. ZENAIDA S. ENERIO, of legal age, Filipino, widow and a resident of Loguilo, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental; 2. FRANCIS KEITH S. ENERIO, of legal age, Filipino, married and a resident of Loguilo, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental; 3. RUAIDA S. ENERIO, of legal age, Filipino, single and a resident of Loguilo, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental; and 4. MICHAEL RUBEN S. ENERIO, of legal age, Filipino, single and a resident of Loguilo, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental, the parties hereto are the sole and only heirs of the decedent, they being the surviving spouse (Zenaida S. Enerio) and children of said decedent. Under Notary Public of ATTY. EDGARDO Y. RAAGAS; As per Doc No. 436; Page No. 88; Book No. 44; Series of 2015. MDN: JULY 28, AUGUST 4 & 11, 2015


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