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The VIP Hotel @ 45:

Paying back the years with MDG-FACES

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Story and photos by Mike Baños

s it marks its 45th anniversary this 20th of July, 2015, Cagayan de Oro’s iconic grand dame of hotels pays back its four decades and a half of existence with an outreach program for the poor in two key areas of its host city.

The VIP Hotel has partnered with the Cagayan de Oro City Government in the implementation of the LGU’s Millennium Development Goals Family-based Actions on Children and their Environs in the Slums (MDG-FACES) Project since 2014 when Ms. Eileen E. San Juan was appointed to chair the LGUs involvement in the project. “MDG-FACES empowers LGUs to be dynamic partners of the national government in responding to the challenges of the MDGs,” said Ms.San Juan, a member of the hotel’s Board of Directors. “It engages the participation of forty (40) families living in the slums from select cities, of which Cagayan de Oro is one, and also aims to establish quick response mechanisms, demonstration projects, and sustainability measures that will address the MDG-deficit areas on environment, food, or health directly affecting the quality of life of children in the slums.” She added they task force has identified

mothers as the key to the success of MDGFACES especially in the monitoring of their children’s attendance and performance in school. During a “Payback Program hosted by The VIP Hotel staff at its Mandana Hall last Saturday, 11 July 2015, some 20 families from the two target areas of the Carmen dumpsite and Lapasan were treated to games, song and dances, lunch and gift packs. Speaking in the vernacular, one of the mothers from Lapasan involved in the project related how her family has benefited from MDG-FACES. “I am happy to have participated in this program since I have seen how it has changed my perception about how to properly raise my children,” said Liza Villegas. “Because of this, I have changed my attitude and habits about how I care for my children, especially in relation to their activities at school.” The organizers acknowledged the support of its suppliers who pitched with gusto once they learned about MDG-FACES: Bread

The VIP Hotel Staff with BOD Eileen San Juan and Helene Escobar

Philippine scuba diving commission keen on developing emerging Misamis Oriental dive spot By Mark D. Francisco

and Spice Corporation, Cagayan Modern Electrical Supply, Argayoso Poultry, Cagayan Rice Trader, Tripway Gen, Central Caltex, Mr. Alfonso Sia, QCB & Co., CPAs; Aqua Sweet; Dustin Dale Marketing; Mr. Jonas Cruz; AJG Security; Lamar Bakeshop, Inc. (Best Bake); Ms. Helene C. Escobar & Family, and The VIP Hotel Staff. The VIP Hotel was

inaugurated 45 years ago with 24 rooms and was initially managed by Ms. San Juan’s father, Mr. Sumulong “Yoyong” Escobar. It has since grown to become Cagayan de Oro’s iconic hotel “In the Heart of the City” (as its famous tagline goes) with 79 rooms of what was for many years the city’s tallest edifice with seven floors. vip/PAGE 3

On the occasion of their barangay fiesta, Carmen organized a billiard tournament last July 11. photo by mark francisco

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The provincial government of Misamis Oriental has found an ally in the development of Agutayan Island off Jasaan town as a new dive spot through the Presidential Commission on Sports Scuba Diving. Visiting Commission executive director Karen A. Chan said that her agency is willing to conduct exploratory assessments to scout the feasibility of declaring the waters surrounding Agutayan as a diving spot sanctioned by the tourism department. An attached agency to the Department of Tourism (DOT), the less known Presidential Commission on Sports

Scuba Diving has existed since the Marcos era to promote the country as a premier diving area in Asia through undertaking of studies, researches and surveys. Chan was optimistic after hearing that thresher sharks and two species of rays previously endemic only in Cebu waters were discovered by divers off Agutayan in recent months. “We will wait for a proposal or an intent from the provincial government and the DOT regional office here on the matter,” Chan said, even as she disclosed that the PCSSD has been slowly scuba/PAGE 7

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Instagram has got to be one of the mobile apps we can’t live without. Those tiny, filtered squares have become little windows into the lives of our friends and idols, where we can see the latest and most interesting tidbits with one quick (and endless!) scroll. But aside from viewing photos, Instagram has challenged every user to take better photos using only their mobile phones. Sure, filters are there to make your photos instantly pretty (or dramatic, depending on how you edit them), but there’s no replacing a great photo taken from the very beginning. We asked IGersManila Founder and Moderator Carl Lozano (@cclozano) for some quick tips on how to nail that perfect Instagram shot, and here’s what

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view, ant’s eye view, side view, front view, back view. A new angle provides fresh perspectives and will surely make your IG photos stand out from the rest! Play with light Great photos are well-lit, or are lit with a clear intention in mind. “Find and play around with different light sources,” Carl shares. Or, if light is of little supply, turn on your phone’s torch light to help bring your subjects to life. Break the rules! Many budding photographers get told to follow the “rule of thirds,” basically an invisible grid on top of your photos that guides you on where to place your subjects. Carl’s suggestion? “While it’s perfectly OK to follow photography rules

and principles, a user should NOT hesitate breaking these rules,” because breaking the rules once in a while actually lets you be more creative with your IG photos. Tell a story The most important ‘trick’ of all. The best camera is the one you carry with you everywhere, but Carl says your photos or videos become even “beautiful when they are captured and shared with stories.” So don’t just point and snap! Always ask yourself, “what is the story that my photo is trying to convey?” The best part is you can now tell everyday stories with your photos thanks to the FREE Instagram offer by Smart, the undisputed leader in mobile. Simply subscribe to the top prepaid promos or the latest postpaid plans from Smart, and you’ll have FREE Instagram access that you can use to help you practice taking that perfect IG shots. Prepaid subscribers will be able to enjoy free Instagram browsing and posting for up to 30MB per day

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MisOr hailed as 2nd Most Competitive Province in Phil July 18-24, 2015

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Most Competitive Province in the Philippines by the National Competitiveness Council of the

The Province of Misamis Oriental, under the leadership of Governor Bambi Emano, has been awarded as the 2nd

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MDG-FACES aims to enhance the capacities of urban poor women/mothers to identify issues, articulate the needs of and set targets for their families, especially of their children, make strategic choices and actions, and monitor their progress to meet

MDGs using the Family MDG Covenant; develop and establish quick response mechanisms at the household, city and national levels to ensure that concrete actions are facilitated to provide solutions addressing MDG issues affecting children in the slums, including the mobilization of national and local governments, business groups,

Philippines during the 3rd Regional Competitiveness Summit held at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) last July 16, 2015. In just a span of two years, Gov. Bambi Emano was able to make Misamis Oriental rank second out of 81 provinces in the country, having a total score of 38.9. The National Competitiveness Council, through the Regional Competitiveness Committees, launched the Cities and Municipalities Competitiveness Index way back in 2013 with only 285 LGUs who participated. This year, 1,098

LGUs participated to determine their performances against other cities/ municipalities in terms of the 3 Pillars: Economic Dynamism, Government Efficiency and Infrastructure Development. “The country

bears the unique distinction of being the most improved country across 4 major ratings: ease of doing BUSINESS, the Corruption Perceptions Index, the Economic Freedom Index and the Global Competitive Index,” said Budget Secretary

Florencio Abad in his keynote speech. Davao Del Sur, MisOr, Cebu, South Cotabato, Zamboanga del Sur, Rizal, Agusan del Norte, Benguet, Cavite and Camiguin were among the Top Ten Most Competitive Provinces.

church, academe and civil society for policy, program, financial and capacity-building support; and develop and be tested by the community, models on rights-based actions and solutions addressing MDG deficits in education, food, health and environment that directly impact on the quality of life of children in the slums.

The VIP Hotel Dir. Eileen San Juan addresses the beneficiaries

MDG-FACES Beneficiary Leonila Tañosa relates her experience wiht the program

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he apostle Judas, probably also called Thaddeus or Jude, being a brother of James and Jesus, started as a fervent follower of Christ. Then, suddenly he changed. He felt that Christ didn’t satisfy his worldly expectations. The church, like Christ, is always loved by its true followers and is always hated by its apostates. Till today - no matter what belief you are in... . Judas didn’t leave the apostolic community to become a Pharisee or a

critic of Christ. He leaves to become a traitor! Such a traitor will always find fault or a misinterpretation of human teaching. Judas gathered reasons that he, himself, had heard and witnessed to justify his betrayal. Yes, we all also know such people who betray us and sometimes a whole country. A Jewish mob tried to throw Christ down a cliff, but nothing happened. Soldiers tried to arrest Him, but nothing happened. The Pharisees tried to to entrap

Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT REGIONAL TRIA COURT OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL 10TH Judicial Region Cagayan de Oro City OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF COURT AND EX-OFFICIO SHERIFF RURAL BANK OF CABADBARAN, INC. Mortgagee, EJF FILE No. 2015-111 - VersusFor : Extra-Judicial Foreclosure of Real Estate Mortgage under Act 3135, as amended by Act 4118 MERCEDES B. VACALARES REP. BY ROSAMI M. LINDAYAO Mortgagors x------------------------------------------/ NOTICE OF EXTRA JUDICIAL SALE EJF File No. 2015-111 “Upon extrajudicial petition for sale under Act No. 3135 as amended by Act No. 4118, filed by RURAL BANK OF CABADBARAN, INC. against MERCEDES B. VACALARES represented by ROSAMI M. LINDAYAO, of legal age, Filipino citizen, with residence at 520 Zone 5, Bonbon, Cagayan de Oro City to satisfy the mortgage indebtedness which amounts to FOUR HUNDRED SEVENTY THOUSAND PESOS (PHP. 470,000.00), exclusive of accrued interest and penalty charges, the undersigned will sell at public auction on September 11, 2015 at 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. AT REGIONAL TRIAL COURT, City Tourism Hall, Cagayan de Oro City to the highest bidder, for cash or manager’s check and in Philippine Currency, the following property described below including all existing improvements found thereon, to wit: TCT NO. T – 48187 Lot` : Portion of Lot : As survey for : Location : Area :

Lot 3544-C-6, Psd-10-056551 Lot 3544-C, Psd-10-026377 Agapito Daculiat Igpit, Municipality of Opol. Province of Misamis Oriental Island of Mindanao One Thousand Three Hundred Fifty (1,350) square Meters more or less Original Date Survey : Nov. 1926 - July 1932 Date Surveyed/ Prepared : March 21, 2007 Date Approved : June 14, 2007 Geodetic Engineer : Fernando B. Gurrea All sealed bids must be submitted to the undersigned on the above stated time and date. In the event auction sale cannot take place for whatever legal reason, the same will proceed on the following working day, without further notice , posting and publication. Prospective buyers may investigate for themselves the title herein-above described and encumbrances thereon, if any there be.

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Him to no effect. It needed a friend to betray Him. He escaped from all, but not from the treason of a friend. “It would have been better for that man if he had not been born!” No such sentence was hurled, for example, to Pilate or Herod. The lesson for all of us is very clear. A bad politician or one of our neighbors can be the foulest thing on earth. A bad pagan cannot be a 1/10 corrupt. “Do not betray another man’s confidence!” the bible teaches us. But Judases can be found everywhere. Just as fire is not born from snow, so is the seeker after worldly honors not seeking heavenly ones. or have you ever seen the snow catches fire? The maladroit politician named Judas betrays his voter and elector thru beautiful soft promises while corrupting a whole nation. The p eace conference member or peacemaker named Judas just gives double standards while allowing at the same time his jackals and accomplishes to kill and injure his own

countrymen. The neighbor, who declares how much he loves his family while going on unhindered destroying the environment is also named Judas... . Similarities or resemblances with today’s political or economical situations in the Philippines or all over the globe are just really pure coincidences! Believe me! Nevertheless, Judas’ sins are really not rare. We commit it every day. Someone who have changed his ideals away from the ideals of the church and declares it to the world, anyone who leaves the church or the religious order and proclaims it to the world, “night had fallen on his soul”! When Julius Caesar has been executed, what hurt him was not the stabs of Caius, but the presence of his friend Brutus. We might never know it, but we could be carrying on our lips he kiss of Judas! Many times I do voice out people’s longing for advises and actions through the institutions church. There are many. Please allow me to quote Rev. Mariano C.

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL 10TH Judicial Region Cagayan de Oro City OFFICE OF THE REGIONAL TRIAL COURT SHERIFF NOTICE OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL SALE EJF File No. 2015-098 Upon Extrajudicial petition for sale under Act No. 3135 as amended by Act No. 4118. filed by HOME DEVELOPMENT MUTUAL FUND ( PAG-IBIG ) against MARISOL A. VIVARES married to WILLIE LA VICTORIA VIVARES , with postal address at Lot 03, Block 11, Bloomingdale Subdivision, Iponan, Cagayan de Oro City, to satisfy the mortgage indebtedness which as of April 28, 2015 amounts to ONE MILLION ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED FIVE PESOS AND 83/100 (Php 1,180,305.83), Including interests and penalty, charges, attorney’s fees and expenses of Foreclosure , the undersigned Sheriff will sell at Public Auction on August 13, 2015 at 10:00 in the morning to 4:00 in the afternoon , at the Tourism Hall, Cagayan de Oro City, to the highest bidder, for cash or manager’s check and in Philippines Currency, the following property described below including all existing improvements found thereon, to wit: TCT No. 137-2010000095 “ A PARCEL OF LAND ( Lot 3, Block 11, Pcs-10-003948, portion of Lots 3615B, Psd-10-004675, xxx situated in Iponan,Cagayan de Oro City, Island of Mindanao, containing An area of One Hundred Fifty Six (156) sq.m. more Or less. xxx All sealed bids must be submitted to the undersigned on the above stated time and date. In the event auction Sale cannot take place for whatever legal reason, the same will proceed on the following working day, without further notice, posting and publication. Prospective buyers may investigate for themselves the title herein-above described and encumbrances thereon, if any there be. DONE this 25th day of June, 2015, in the City of Cagayan de Oro. (Sgd) ENRIQUE M. TALAG, JR. Sheriff IV

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Apilado, United Church of Christ in the Philippines, w ho had done a f irst important step already in 2011 by saying: “Christian hope does never shield people, much less Christians from disappointments, hardships and betrayals, nor does it provide neat and ready answers to the world’s problems. Christian hope empowers Christians to take responsibility in the establishment of a government of respect the law and protection of the people and their rights in the struggle for justice and development. ... Christian hope is not peanuts for it assures us: there is always a future looking forward to it. Without hope, Christian faithfulness is suspect and without foundation. with

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Nutrition and Education. Kindergarten students at Tomas Cabili National Highschool enjoy healthy and nutritious ensaymada from Pilmico.

Pilmico feeding program nourishes 5,000 kids ILIGAN CITY – More than 5,000 school children across ten elementary schools here have received nourishment assistance from Aboitiz food subsidiary Pilmico Foods Corporation (Pilmico) through its Kutitap feeding program in the last two years. The food unit is signed last July 3,​​a Memorandum of Agreement with the Department of Education (DepEd) and Aboitiz Group social development arm Aboitiz Foundation at the Iligan City Schools Division Office, opening year three of the program. The new target is to reach out to 4,500 kindergarten and first and second grade students from 13 schools in the area. These beneficiary schools include: Kiwalan ES, Luinab ES, Bagong Silang ES, Acmac ES, Dalipuga Central School, Kalubihon ES, Severo-Sara Memorial School, Tubod ES, Tomas Cabili National HSAnnex School Children, Victor G. Guevarra Memorial School, Villaverde ES, Ubaldo Laya Memorial School, and Doña Josefa Celdran Memorial School. Pilmico launched Kutitap to address undernutrition initially among kindergarten and Grade 1 students, consequently helping increase school participation, improve cognitive learning, and

reduce drop out rates among the kids. “This feeding program strengthens our commitment to be a partner for growth to the communities where we operate,” said Pilmico President and CEO Sabin M. Aboitiz. He added that the project also aims to help small time bakeries in the area grow their business as they will serve as the suppliers of bread snacks. Pilmico will distribute healthy and nutritious bread snacks to target students three times a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday) for 38 weeks or one school year. The partner schools, meanwhile, will monitor the children’s weight and height progress on a monthly basis and compare findings with the established nutrition stats from DepEd . The bread snacks include cheese bread, king roll, raisin bread, choco bread, star bread, ensaymada, and pan de coco. Pilmico is providing its customers with high quality wheat flour and related products since 1962. It also excels in swine production and animal feeds businesses. With its consistent excellence and top-notch products, the company ensures its market competitiveness through increases customer satisfaction.

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is able to digitally reach Filipinas far and wide across the nation with the introduction of the #FreeInMySkin website and the Freedom List Challenge. By the end of 2016, the movement is expected to have rolled out across the whole Asia region as well. And with the overwhelming feedback from consumers, it has also caught the attention of Mercury Drug. Mercury Drug shares in the advocacy of Physiogel to free many more Filipinas from dry and sensitive skin by making Physiogel products available across the archipelago,” Lladoc shares. SCIENCE-BASED SOLUTIONS The NEW Physiogel Daily Moisture Therapy line continues to be a differentiated science-led solution

featuring the unique PhysiogelBioMimic Technology® that works to soothe and repair the skin’s natural moisture barrier. Dermatologists highly-recommend Physiogel Daily Moisture Therapy because it is non-comedogenic, and free from soap, preservatives, perfumes and colourants. In fact, Physiogel is the #1 MostPrescribed Brand by Dermatologists in the Philippines! “We found Patti’s story to be closely identifiable with the many stories we hear about women with dry and sensitive skin. So we said why not share Patti’s story to other Filipinas in order to serve as inspiration, especially those suffering from dry and sensitive skin?” Lladoc points out. FREEDOM LIST CHALLENGE Lladoc says Physiogel’s #FreeInMySkin

Movement starts with self discovery. Physiogel aims to help women to be more aware of themselves so they can uncover their full potential. It challenges Filipinas to look past their skin insecurities in the hope of helping them fulfill dreams they have always wanted to achieve. And this journey to self discovery starts with taking the Freedom List Challenge, Physiogel’s suggested guide in the form of a lifestyle online quiz that is a representation of what women can achieve when freed from dry and sensitive skin. The result of the quiz provides a glimpse to one’s personality that ranges from being a savvy collaborator, inspiring innovator, charismatic motivator and elegant sophisticate - revealing worthwhile hints that may help them embrace and live life to the fullest.

To fulfill its vision to help people do more and feel better, GSK is encouraging Filipinas to discover their true selves by taking the new Physiogel’s Freedom List Challenge and join the #FreeInMySkin Movement. Log on to www.freeinmyskin.com/ ph and take the Challenge yourself.

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diving destinations recommended by PCSSD are located in Camiguin, Davao and Tawi-tawi. Crescent moon in shape and uninhabited, Agutayan Island has 5,000 square kilometers of white sand that sits on a three-hectare marine sanctuary serving as breeding ground of endangered giant clams which were seeded there

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by the local government. A week ago, Governor Yevgeny Vincente B. Emano revealed a plan to develop Jasaan into a comprehensive tourism destination where tourists go to Agutayan in the early morning, drop by a local fishport to buy fresh catch and grill these catch at any of the freshwater or beach resorts ahead.

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lobbying for the Surigao provinces to be declared a new diving spot. She said that through the efforts of the Commission, a new so-called tourism road has been constructed in the area to fasttrack the ferrying of tourists to and from a new developing diving spot in Surigao del Norte. The area is currently known as a surfing destination. For now, the only

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Upon Extra-Judicial Petition for sale under act 3135 as amended, filed by Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, with office address at BSP Building, A. Mabini corner P. Ocampo Sts., Malate, Manila hereinafter referred to as Applicant/Assignee, against ROSALIN A. PAGENTE and CAMIGUIN COOPERATIVE RURAL BANK INC., referred to as Mortgagor/Assignor respectively, with residence address at Cabuan, Guinsiliban , Camiguin to satisfy the Mortgage indebtedness which now amounts to THREE HUNDRED ONE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED TWENTY TWO PESOS AND 50/100 (Php 301,322.50) Philippine Currency excluding unbooked interest and liquidated damages as of 28 November 2014, the undersigned or his duly authorized deputy will sell at public auction on JULY 31, 2015 at 10:00 o’clock in the morning or soon thereafter at the main entrance of the Camiguin HALL OF JUSTICE, Mambajao, Camiguin to the highest bidder, for cash and in Philippine Currency , the following properties to with:

Upon Extra-Judicial Petition for sale under act 3135 as amended, filed by Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, with office address at BSP Building, A. Mabini corner P. Ocampo Sts., Malate, Manila hereinafter referred to as Applicant/Assignee, against ARACELI C. QUIJADA and CAMIGUIN COOPERATIVE RURAL BANK INC., referred to as Mortgagor/Assignor respectively, with residence address at Bonbon , Sagay , Camiguin to satisfy the Mortgage indebtedness which now amounts to FIVE HUNDRED FIFTY FOUR THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED PESOS (554,300.00) Philippine Currency excluding unbooked interest and liquidated damages as of 28 November 2014, the undersigned or his duly authorized deputy will sell at public auction on JULY 31, 2015 at 10:00 o’clock in the morning or soon thereafter at the main entrance of the Camiguin HALL OF JUSTICE, Mambajao, Camiguin to the highest bidder, for cash and in Philippine Currency , the following properties to with:

Upon Extra-Judicial Petition for sale under act 3135 as amended, filed by Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, with office address at BSP Building, A. Mabini corner P. Ocampo Sts., Malate, Manila hereinafter referred to as Applicant/Assignee, against ORLANDO A. DALURA and CAMIGUIN COOPERATIVE RURAL BANK INC., referred to as Mortgagor/Assignor respectively, with residence address at Bonbon, Sagay, Camiguin to satisfy the Mortgage indebtedness which now amounts to NINETY FIVE THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED NINETY ONE PESOS AND 77/100 (Php 95,191.77) Philippine Currency excluding unbooked interest and liquidated damages as of 28 November 2014, the undersigned or his duly authorized deputy will sell at public auction on JULY 31, 2015 at 10:00 o’clock in the morning or soon thereafter at the main entrance of the Camiguin HALL OF JUSTICE, Mambajao, Camiguin to the highest bidder, for cash and in Philippine Currency , the following properties to with:

ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. P-10420

ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE TITLE NO. P-6818 TAX DELCARATION NO. 2033

“ A parcel of coconut land with all the improvements found thereon located at Manuyog boundary Liong Guinsiliban, Camiguin bearing Tax Declaration No.3041 declared in the name of Dalura, Orlando containing an area 1.3789 square meters, assessed at Php. 8,650.00 which property is more particularly bounded and described as follows: North-Lot No. 1093 Dalura, Segundo, South – Lot No. 1086 Reyes, Vicente West – Lot No. 1141 Cultura, Alejandro and on East-by Lot 1087 Rivera, Cesario.”

“ A parcel of coconut land along with all the improvements found thereon located at Cabuan , Guinsiliban, Camiguin bearing Tax Declaration No.1842, embraced with original Certificate of Title No. 10420, declared in the name of WARSITO ABAN , under cadastral Lot No. 2425 containing an area 3,995 square meters, assessed at Php. 4,660.00 which property is more particularly bounded and described as follows: North – By Barangay Road, South – Lot No. 2114 – Lucio Borromeo, West – Lot No. 2424 Aban, Leonardo & Aban, Agripina and on East – by Lot – 2450 Catalino Chan.”

“ A parcel of coconut land along with all the improvements found thereon located at Ibabao, Poblacion, Mambajao, Camiguin bearing Tax Declaration No.2033, embraced with original Certificate of Title No. P-6818 declared in the name of Gloria Calma, containing an area 406 square meters with 100 square meters Residential Land, , assessed at Php. 2,720.00 which property is more particularly bounded and described as follows: North – Lot No. 760 Reyes, Ricardo, South – Gomez St., West – R. Sales Street and on East – by Creek.”

All sealed bids must be submitted to the undersigned on the above-stated date, time and place.

All sealed bids must be submitted to the undersigned on the above-stated date, time and place.

In the event that the public auction should not take place on the said date for whatever reason, the same will proceed on the following working day without further notice, posting and publication.

In the event that the public auction should not take place on the said date for whatever reason, the same will proceed on the following working day without further notice, posting and publication.

Prospective buyers may investigate for themselves the titles herein above described and encumbrances thereon, if any there be.

Prospective buyers may investigate for themselves the titles herein above described and encumbrances thereon, if any there be.

2015.

Mambajao, Camiguin this 29th day of May (Sgd) TEOFILO G. SABUGA, JR. Sheriff IV

CT: July 4, 11 & 18, 2015

Mambajao, Camiguin this 29th day of May 2015.

TAX DECLARATION NO. 3041

All sealed bids must be submitted to the undersigned on the above-stated date, time and place. In the event that the public auction should not take place on the said date for whatever reason, the same will proceed on the following day without further notice, posting and publication. Prospective buyers may investigate for themselves the titles herein above described and encumbrances thereon, if any there be.

Mambajao, Camiguin this 29th day of May 2015.

(Sgd) TEOFILO G. SABUGA, JR. Sheriff IV

(Sgd) TEOFILO G. SABUGA, JR. Sheriff IV

CT: July 4, 11 & 18, 2015

CT: July 4, 11 & 18, 2015

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• Dry and sensitive skin affects 60-70% of Filipino women, and impacts on their quality of life as they are unable to fully embrace living life to the fullest. • Physiogel is a differentiated, science-based, dermatologist-recommended solution for dry and sensitive skin. • Physiogel’s Free In My Skin campaign seeks to enable women to find the right solutions to free themselves from dry and sensitive skin. • Patti Grandidge is Physiogel’s Brand Advocate of the FIMS Movement.

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Patti Grandidge

ver since she set foot in the Philippines just a few years ago, Patti Grandidge has been turning heads and making people stop in their tracks with her beauty and radiant skin. As one of the most in demand event hosts and models in the local industry, Patty admits her journey wasn’t easy especially since she had confidence issues brought about by her sensitive skin. Patti shares that she used to be more conscious and watchful of what others would think about her skin. “That was sad. I would have liked to be out and about and go for more work, but a little thought would always be at the back of my mind wondering if my skin would be an issue or a hindrance. I was not free to do what I wanted to do!” she now says. “When I moved back to Manila, my derma actually recommended Physiogel. It worked very well for me. Those close to me and those who see me often have noticed

A toast to freedom

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how much my skin has improved. I think they are also aware of the confidence that comes from within; I’m more comfortable at wearing less make up now and I’m not as insecure as I was before,” Patti says. Trapped by sensitive skin Research from the GSKSkin Health Asia Pacific Consumer Report 2014 shows that more than 50% of women

across Asia experience sensitive face and body skin in the past 12 months. One out of two Asian women suffers from dry and sensitive skin. In the Philippines, the figure is higher at 71% and 61% having sensitive face and body skin, respectively. Sensitive skin can be caused by a multitude of factors — from climactic harshness and pollutants in the air and water to

hormonal factors and stress that is further compounded by the use of cosmetics — these are the everyday problems that women face. Dry skin is defined to be where one’s natural lipid layers in the skin lose its ability to retain enough moisture. The study shows how dry and sensitive skin impacts women’s overall quality of life as they struggle with sensitivity and set them back from fully embracing and living life to the fullest. According to GSK’s Skin Health Senior Product Manager Justin Lladoc, “Physiogel continues to advocate its #FreeInMySkin Movement because GSK believes that sensitivity can be a source of strength for women, not a weakness to be hidden away. The Movement coincides with the debut of the NEW Physiogel Daily Moisture Therapy line,” Lladoc says. “The #FreeInMySkin Movement is more relevant than ever and physiogel/PAGE 7

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