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Volume 3 | No. 08 | Cagayan de Oro City | Sep. 26 - Oct. 2, 2015

The Night Stalker:

The CUBE Bazaar Strip Grand Launch “It’s a great opportunity to be at the very center of everything in CDO. As in any Ayala development, we’re able to contribute in terms of helping boost domestic economy and improving lives.” - Former ALI Pres. & CEO Antonino T. Aquino

Entrepreneur John Erwin Arandia shows off his all natural Kaka’s Spice Chili Garlic guaranteed no MSG & no preservatives

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Often there are 3-4 start ups sharing one of the 16 stalls

Happy shoppers choosing affordable RTW dresses from one of the shops

ake 130 square meters of relatively quiet space in one of Cagayan de Oro City’s leading malls, 27 enterprising start ups, a gung-ho brave heart, a savvy corporate marketing team, and what have you got?

The CUBE Bazaar Strip at the 3rd Level of Ayala’s Centrio Mall, that’s what. The brainstorm of Cagayan de Oro Gateway Corporation and gutsy retail event organizer Angela Pescador, the “corner in the sky” of Centrio quietly opened last month, Cagayan de Oro’s Fiesta Month of August, traditionally one of the biggest months for retails sales in one of the country’s “Most Competitive Cities.” CDO Gateway Corp. is the joint venture between Ayala Land Inc. and the Floirendo family who owns the land where the Centrio Mall now stands. “We got the idea for CUBE when we noted the good performance of the Higalaay Fiesta Bazaar organized by Ms. Pescador at the 3rd

floor Bridgeway at Centrio last month,” said Pamela P. Mendez, Centrio Deputy General Manager. “We invited her to look at this 3rd floor space which was still not leased and see what she could come up with.” Ms. Mendez explained the concept is an offshoot of Ayala Land’s partnership with local home grown concepts to help develop regional brands through its nationwide network of malls. During the Merchants’ Preview that preceded Centrio Mall’s opening, erstwhile ALI President and CEO Antonino T. Antonio said the firm was allocating 10-15 percent of its gross leasable area for local and “home-grown” concepts. “We would like to have an offering for everything that is going to be needed by our

surrounding communities,” said Mr. Aquino. “This is the philosophy which underlines Ayala’s involvement in all its host communities all over the country.” Although Centrio can accommodate up to 300 tenants composed of local, national and international brands of stores, boutiques, service centers and restaurants, its rates are beyond the reach especially of start-ups. “We thought of grouping these young entrepreneurs together so they could apportion the costs of a shared space among themselves through an organizer like Angela,” Candice A. Saligumba, Operations Associate Manager who was the liaison between the see full story/PAGE 3

Misamis Oriental Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano (seated, third from right) pays a visit to the Eid Al Adha celebration of the Turkish community in Cagayan de Oro City led by Rizal Derindag (second from right). photo by mark francisco

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Fr. Roberto V. Fabillo, LRMS, Kong Hua High School Principal, blesses the refurbished dining hall.

Unveiling of marker.

A Confluence of Good Fortune:

Crisis becomes opportunity for MOFCCCII with timely intervention at Home for Street Children Story and photos by Mike Baños, Editor-at-Large

Surely this was the handiwork of the Almighty. There’s this old adage about one man’s problem becoming another man’s fortune and never was this truism better demonstrated when a crumbling child development center for street kids that was received a timely gift from heaven that bailed them out of a crisis. Last Saturday, 19 September 2015, the Mother Theresa Foundation Inc. (MFTI) Child Development Center & Home for Street Children officially received from the Misamis Oriental FilipinoChinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (MOFCCCII) the

Refurbished comfort rooms

refurbished dining hall, kitchen and comfort rooms on the occasion of MFTI’s 20th anniversary. “The greatest gift you have given us is the refurbished dining hall, kitchen and comfortable comfort rooms, which were the top 3 of our top 10 priorities,” a grateful Mrs. Norma D. Noble, MFTI president, said during the ceremonial turnover and blessing held last weekend. “You came in during our time of greatest need and crisis which you turned to a great opportunity for MOFCCCII .Our children are very happy there is someone concerned for them. These children cannot return to you the blessings you have given

to them, except God who will give you back a thousand, or a millionfold even,” she added. “When we first came here, the kitchen was dilapidated that when they were cooking pancit during the rainy season, it would often end up as lomi because of the holes in the roof,” said MOFCCCII auditor Jessie Co, who acted as Master of Ceremonies during the turnover. Rusty Quintana, one of the first batch of street kids sheltered in the center, shared how during his time with the center, kids would simply jump over the wall to do their business in the bushes instead of using the run-down comfort rooms. This PhP 0.6-million

Former MTFI ward Rusty Quintana with Mrs. Dolly Siao Ong, Fr. Roberto V. Fabillo and Rosa Sia.

rehab is the first major project marking the 30th anniversary of MOFCCCII which began July 1, 2015 and ends on June 30, 2016. The

project is the offshoot of the Memorandum of Agreement signed by MOFCCCII and MFTI last June 27, 2015. “This project signals

the beginning of more projects to highlight the 30th year of existence of MOFCCCII which begins on July 1, 2015 to intervention/PAGE 7

No more lomi when cooking pansit at the rehabilitated kitchen.

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The Night Stalker:

The CUBE Bazaar Strip Grand Launch “It’s a great opportunity to be at the very center of everything in CDO. As in any Ayala development, we’re able to contribute in terms of helping boost domestic economy and improving lives.” - Former ALI Pres. & CEO Antonino T. Aquino

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ake 130 square meters of relatively quiet space in one of Cagayan de Oro City’s leading malls, 27 enterprising start ups, a gung-ho brave heart, a savvy corporate marketing team, and what have you got? The CUBE Bazaar Strip at the 3rd Level of Ayala’s Centrio Mall, that’s what. The brainstorm of Cagayan de Oro Gateway Corporation and gutsy retail event organizer Angela Pescador, the “corner in the sky” of Centrio quietly opened last month, Cagayan de Oro’s Fiesta Month of August, traditionally one of the biggest months for retails sales in one of the country’s “Most Competitive Cities.” CDO Gateway Corp. is the joint venture between Ayala Land Inc. and the Floirendo family who owns the land where the Centrio Mall now stands. “We got the idea for CUBE when we noted the good performance of the Higalaay Fiesta Bazaar organized by Ms. Pescador at the 3rd floor Bridgeway at Centrio last month,” said Pamela P. Mendez, Centrio Deputy General Manager. “We invited her to look at this 3rd floor space which was still not leased and see what she could come up with.” Ms. Mendez

explained the concept is an offshoot of Ayala Land’s partnership with local home grown concepts to help develop regional brands through its nationwide network of malls. During the Merchants’ Preview that preceded Centrio Mall’s opening, erstwhile ALI President and CEO Antonino T. Aquino said the firm was allocating 10-15 percent of its gross leasable area for local and “homegrown” concepts. “We would like to have an offering for everything that is going to be needed by our surrounding communities,” said Mr. Aquino. “This is the philosophy which underlines Ayala’s involvement in all its host communities all over the country.” Although Centrio can accommodate up to 300 tenants composed of local, national and international brands of stores, boutiques, service centers and restaurants, its rates are beyond the reach especially of start-ups. “We thought of grouping these young entrepreneurs together so they could apportion the costs of a shared space among themselves through an organizer like Angela,” Candice A. Saligumba, Operations Associate Manager who was the liaison between the group and Centrio Mall. “Our marketing group liked what they

saw with her handling of the Higalaay Fiesta Bazaar at the 3rd Floor Bridgeway and thought she was the right person who could make it work.” Angela got together a core group of start-up entrepreneurs, many of whom just had their first venture with the fiesta bazaar, and moved into the empty space. “When we started the place was not yet divided into individual stalls so we just made do with what we had and it was quite jumbled at the start,” Angela admits. “This, while they were simultaneously running their fiesta bazaar at the Centrio Bridgeway.” But it was not all roses for the new venture even if Centrio Mall had record numbers of shoppers during the latest Higalaay Festival. “When we started, our sales were a little slow since for most of us, it was the first time we were thrust into a store, much less a mall,” Angela recalls. “We had very little knowledge of merchandising and the space was in the third floor so tuyounon jud.” However, the Centrio operations and marketing teams were closely monitoring how the new venture was doing and pitched in to help. First, the mall organized the space into 15 booths at its own cost and got designer Bambi Pacquiao to spruce up the interior

The grand launch was well covered by mainstream and social media

a bit with signage and interior decors. “We have as many as three to four merchants of similar or complementary lines of merchandise sharing one booth,” Angela noted. “I take care of operations and administration of the whole space but Centrio only deals with me. All our internal issues and concerns we handle internally among ourselves.” Among the product lines carried by CUBE merchants are cosmetics, including US brands like Mac, Sephora, Urban Decay, Physicians Formula, Rimmel, Loreal, Maybelline, Revlon, Almay, Neutrogena; fashion accessories like branded wallets and scents; electronic

gadgets and accessories like power banks and mobile phone fashion; children’s toys; food items like locally made yema, pastillas, chili spice, taro chips and of course very affordable RTW for all ages. Next, the CUBE merchants got Tipoy Piquero of Renzeez Events to organize a grand launch with Makiyaki Caterer Lanyah Asombrado to set up a buffet for guests and media. “We thought a fashion event was the best way to ramp up awareness about the CUBE among shoppers,” Angela said. “We got community models who worked for us gratis and Centrio management again came to our rescue by providing us with a venue at its busiest

entrance along C.M. Recto Avenue to ensure maximum exposure for the event.” Coincidentally, the Friday, 25 September grand launch was an official holiday so there was quite a crowd of shoppers who stopped by to watch the brief show which everyone declared a complete success. It was immediately followed by a ribbon-cutting and blessing of the CUBE Bazaar Strip and dinner for guests and merchants afterwards. With God’s grace, CUBE Bazaar Strip will open the doors to the entry of more young entrepreneurs to get into business and take up Ayala’s offer to develop regional brands straight from the grassroots. Mabuhay!

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CBCP declares XU ‘Catholic Cultural Center’ By Mary Antoinette M. Magallanes

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines’ Episcopal Commission on Culture (CBCPECC) has declared Xavier University as an official Catholic Cultural Center (CCC). The formal conferral rite was held at the Eucharistic Celebration presided by Rev. Elenito Galido DD, CBCPECC chairman, at the Xavier University-Ateneo de Cagayan University Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary on September 7 as part of the Mission and Ministry Week celebration of XU. Being a Catholic Cultural Center, XU is tasked to carry out a decisive role in nurturing

the relationship between faith and culture through opportunities promoting understanding and inclusiveness. It also means proclaiming the joy of the gospel, promoting peacein Mindanao and enriching the values formed through the Catholic culture andusing these as guides in various academic disciplines. “This is very good in the sense that this reminds us of our role as a university — to promote the joy of the gospel and to really strengthen our Catholic identity,” shared Irene A. Guitarte, XU vice-president for mission and ministry. Like other CCCs in the Philippines such as educational

institutions, seminaries and Diocesan centers, XU aims to serve as a forum for discussions where faith and culture converge. But more than this, Guitarte believes that being a Catholic

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people. “This is really an affirmation of our mission as a Catholic, Jesuit and Filipino university. It’s going back to the basics of our faith, of our identity,” said Guitarte. “These kinds of

The University Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary stands prominently at the heart of Xavier University - Ateneo de Cagayan, a Catholic, Jesuit and Filipino university in Mindanao.

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erman TV journalist Philipp Bilsky is very known. Mostly, he hit the nail on its head. I really like him and his comments. On stage now: US President Obama is set to host his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping at the White House. While the meeting is unlikely to produce major breakthroughs, Xi will get what’s most important to him. So, what can the world expect? Powerful images? Or just a little substance? I agree with Bilsky saying, that US and Chinese officials planning President Xi’s state visit to the US have been involved in a tug-of-war in recent days. The two sides have had to work painstakingly to reach a mutually acceptable arrangement in terms of the agenda for the trip and the concrete results the two leaders could declare to have achieved following their summit. There are more

than enough issues to discuss between the two global powers: the territorial disputes in the South China Sea (!), cyber security, climate change (!!), the recent turbulence in Chinese stock markets, the depreciation of the Chinese currency, US monetary policy, the worsening human rights situation in China under Xi, and the challenge of dealing with belligerent North Korea. The list is almost endless. Again: what can the world expect? Small steps. Maybe. Hopefully. Small steps are better then none! High on the US agenda is the issue of cyber security, and one can expect the two countries to sign a deal on cyber attacks which will likely be touted as “historic.” However, the agreement will likely be in no way related to the most recent cyber attacks China has been accused of launching. We’ll probably also see

some minor progress being made on issues such as climate change and investment. But no breakthroughs are expected on controversial issues such as Beijing’s land reclamation activities in the South China Sea. The fact of the matter is the two countries have fundamentally different interests on many fronts; so reaching a compromise, or even finding common ground, would prove to be very difficult. Also the Philippines need to see light at the end of this tunnel ... . Yes, powerful images guaranteed, but regardless of what the final document will look like, one thing is clear: the meeting will result in some powerful images. The Chinese president will be presented with the highest honors offered by the United States to a foreign head of state: an official reception with a 21-gun salute and a state dinner.

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Klaus Doring

After meeting with President Obama, Xi will give a speech at the United Nations. All this will enable Chinese state media to showcase the Chinese leader as a statesman getting the recognition they believe he deserves from the international community, and in particular, the United States. In this context, dealing with major policy issues will play an almost secondary role. +++ Email: doringklaus@ gmail.com or follow me in Facebook or Twitter or visit www.germanexpatinthephilippines. blogspot.com or www. klausdoringsclassicalmusic.blogspot.com .

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Fusion Resto Café opens at the New Consortium

So what’s so excitable about another new resto café? For starters, Fusion Resto Café is situated at the 2nd floor of the new Consortium Building, that new edifice just before the Gaisano Mall parking lot entrance which may be the newest entry to the “Where It’s At” ticket of places to be in Cagayan de Oro, following in the footsteps of Lifestyle District and Grand Central. For its opening last Sept. 18, the five partners ramped up the excitement with free “Love Locks” for the first 8 customers and a pitcher of free Margarita

with every order in the evening! Students from nearby schools can enjoy their student meals priced affordably starting P60-160. Other favoritesto-be include rice toppings, lechon belly, all day breakfasts, sandwiches, pasta, quesadillas, chicken wings, veggie specialties like harvest salad and their delish fish salad and boneless lechon which is available whole, in halves and quarters. But the specialty of the house are its yummy desserts served in sizzling hot plates like brownies and banana split. The interior

and furniture is a fusion of classic and modern trends with the “palo china” furniture and wall accents bringing the diverse elements together in a common thread. Fusion Resto Café is a partnership between longtime friends Mynfa Neri Puao, Antoi Neri, Yasmin Ramuros, Ivy Salcedo and Una Bocao. Fusion Resto Café opens 10am-10pm Mondays to Wednesdays and 10am to 1am Thursdays to Saturdays. For inquiries and reservations call mobile# 0927612-2111 or 0927-498-4470.

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Gov. Emano salutes MisOr bets for national awards in agriculture and fisheries Finalists for this year’s various national awards in fisheries and agriculture from Misamis Oriental, as well as those who won in the regional level of the said competition were given recognition by Gov. Bambi Emano, Monday, last week. Awarded with plaques of recognition were Provincial OA Focal Person-Engr. Alicia Angeles; Organic Farming Family-Catiil Family from El Salvador and; Agriculture Extension Worker Category-Sarah Abella from Opol. The province has also gained awards as Gawad Saka Achievers: Gingoog City as the Outstanding Fishery

and Aquatic Resource Management Council; Sinai, Laguindingan as Outstanding Rural Improvement Club; PLGU-MisOr chaired by Mario Jamis as Outstanding Aquatic and Fishery Council; Engr. Edgar Buhian of Apas, Initao as Outstanding Coconut Farmer and; Kag. Lourdes Abad of Awang, Opol as Outstanding Rural Woman Achiever. After winning in their respective categories in the regional level, they will now represent the region in the national level of the said competition. The Governor was assisted by Board Member Mario Emano, Provincial Admin istrator Ma. Caridad N. San Jose

Last September 21, Governor Bambi Emano awards a Plaque of Recognition to AFP Technical Administrative Services Major Jonna D. Dalaguit for being chosen as one of The Outstanding Philippine Soldiers (TOPS) awardee. photo courtesy of governor bambi emano’s facebook page

and Acting Provincial Agriculturist Concepcion Salcedo. The Gawad Saka Award, initiated by the Department of

Agriculture (DA), is an annual search for outstanding achievers in agriculture and fisheries that represent various

stakeholders in the community like farmers, fishermen, farm communities, scientists and organizations.

Awarding of national winners will be known sometime next month during the World Food Day celebration.

Magic Man John Lloyd surprises lucky free throw winners Jack ‘n Jill Magic Crackers continues to bring surprising possibilities to Filipinos nationwide through its Magic Moments Funfair. On its second leg in Barangay 24 in Cagayan de Oro City, the fair showcased games galore along with a wave of raffle prizes and Magic

Cracker products. The residents of the barangay enjoyed an array of Magic game booths such as Spill the Magic Coating, Go Fish Magic Juniors, Magic Tic-Tac Chips and Magic Wheel of Creams. Highlight of this Magic Fun Fair was a free throw challenge for Nanay at Tatay, which started

with four moms and four dads trying to outscore each other. It whittled down to two of the highest scorers, Maricel Visaya and Alexander Rivera. However, before they were declared as the final winners, both were asked to wait for their final challenge. Maricel and Alexander were

shocked to see Magic’s celebrity ambassador John Lloyd Cruz approach them with a Magic Pang-kabuhayan package surprise for each of them worth P25,000. The Magic Fun Fair is a bigger Magic Moments event that is out to give more surprises to Magic

consumers with help from long-time endorser John Lloyd Cruz. The carnival-inspired event is set to visit different cities nationwide to bring fun games and loads of Magic goodies. More Magic moments await as we bring delight around the country with the Magic Fun Fair.

Barangay 24 in Cagayan de Oro gets the surprise of a lifetime as John Lloyd Cruz made a special appearance to award free throw challenge winners Maricel and Alexander.

Magic Crackers through its long-time endorser John Lloyd Cruz awards each top scorers of the free throw challenge, Maricel Visaya and Alexander Rivera, with a Magic Pangkabuhayan Showcase worth P25,000.

Barangay 24, Cagayan de Oro resident Maricel Visaya impresses John Lloyd Cruz with her dribbling skills during Magic Fun Fair’s free throw challenge.

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philanthropy is the orphanage that is home from page 2 to more or less 60 street June 30, 2016,” said Mrs. children. Adelfa Sia, incoming It is open to street MOFCCCII president, children aged 7 to 17 who spoke in behalf of years old who have been the chamber during the living and/or working in turnover. the streets. Also present for The center welcomes MOFCCCII were children who are no president Greg Marten longer with their Lao, immediate past families, and even those president Lucio Tan, who are still in contact , 1st VP/Dir. Simon with their families Ching, Chinese but prefer to roam secretary Ricky Go, the streets. Children treasurer Dolly Siao taken into custody by Ong, asst. treasurer the police, LGUs, and Rosa Sia, past concerned individuals presidents See Hong, and organizations are Jose Un Jr., Johnny Lim also referred to the and Robert Ching, , MTFI. Sonny Choi, Peter Lim, MFTI provides and teachers from Kong five basic services Hua School. for its wards: social MOFCCCII was services, residential founded Aug. 26, 1986 and custodial care, by the “Young Turks” group living services, of the Filipino-Chinese health care, spiritual community in Cagayan enrichment, and proper de Oro at the time education. including Steve Gaisano, MTFI also extends its Albino Limketkai, See services to the children Hong, Frank Rolida, in the surrounding Ang Chi Sin, Jose Un, communities. The Jimmy Ting, and Johnny organization solicits Lim, among others. the cooperation of Gaisano was elected as parents for treatment charter president with and rehabilitation of no less than the late children who are most President Cory Aquino in need of them. MTFI inducting them into is also willing to provide office. intervention for parents MTFI is a non-profit and children in need charitable organization of the organization’s that is dedicated assistance. to providing care, In sharing his assistance, and other experience with MFTI basic needs to children during the turnover, who have taken to the former ward Rusty streets, are abandoned, Quintana, who was or are underprivileged. recently graduated with Registered as a a degree of Bachelor of non-stock, non-profit Science in Development organization with the Communication Securities & Exchange (DevCom) at Xavier Commission (SEC) University-Ateneo on August 9, 1995, its de Cagayan) as a full original incorporators scholar of the Henry included the late Anita Howard Scholarship G. Magtajas, Generosita Program, disclosed he is M. Chaves, Filomena now working on a video P. Hojas, Leopoldo M. documentary to share Velez and current MFTI the Mother Theresa president Norma D. experience to a wider Noble. audience. Originally located “As one of their kuya, in Barangay 31, Santo I would like to give Niño, Cogon, Cagayan back to MFTI what I de Oro, the Child learned such as values Development Center formation and the fear – Home for Street of God,” he said. “I am Children has transferred very happy with what to its new location at I have learned from Maitum, Upper Puerto. good people I have Fifteen years ago, met and inspired me. I the foundation was was given a home and granted use of the five a scholarship through hectare property by the MFTI so I need to give city government for 25 back also.” years with a three story “Mga bata, mag building donated by tuon mag eskwela donors from the U.S. gayud, isip pasalamat Earlier this year, sa mga nagpakabana the center was the sa atoa, “ he advised beneficiary of a city the children in the council ordinance vernacular. “Thank appropriating PhP you to MOFCCCII for 200,000.00 that helping our center. unfortunately, is not Hopefully this will be enough to support the the start of a continued needs of its wards. relationship with MFTI The Mother Theresa because these children Foundation’s biggest really need your help.”

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Republic of the Philippines Regional Trial Court of Misamis Oriental 10th Judicial Region Branch-20 Cagayan de Oro City CAGAYAN DE ORO MAIN BRANCH P & J Lim Bldg., Tiano Brothers Kalambagohan Sts., Tel. # (08822) 727-829 * Telefax # (088) 856-1947 CAMIGUIN BRANCH B. Aranas St., Poblacion, Mambajao, Camiguin Tel. # (088) 387-0491 CORRALES BRANCH Corrales Ave., Cagayan de Oro City DIVISORIA BRANCH Atty. Erasmo B. Damasing Bldg., #61 Don A. Velez St., Cagayan de Oro City Tel. # (088) 857-3631 LAPASAN BRANCH Lapasan Hi-way, Cagayan de Oro City Tel. # (088) 231-6739 CARMEN BRANCH Vamenta Blvd., Cagayan de Oro City Tel. # (088) 231-2011

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL 1Oth Judicial Region Branch 17 Cagayan de Oro City OFFICE OF THE PROVINCIAL SHERIFF NOTICE OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL SALE FILE NO. 2015-196 Upon extra-judicial petition for sale under Act No. 3135 file by HOME DEVELOPMENT MUTUAL FUND (PAG-IBIG FUND), mortgage, with office at J.R. Borja St., Cagayan de Oro City, against RENATO R. MARBAS, mortgagor, married to Doraliza L. Marbas, residing at C/O Dora Liza L. Marbas # 110, Zone 5, Patag, Cagayan de Oro City, to satisfy the mortgage indebtedness which as of August 3, 2015, amounts to NINE HUNDRED NINETY TWO THOUSAND SIXTY EIGHT PESOS & 15/100 (P 992,068.15), inclusive of interest and penalty charges, attorney’s fees and expenses of foreclosure, the undersigned or her duly authorized deputy will sell at public auction on October 22, 2015 at 10:00 A.M. or soon thereafter at the Office of the Clerk of Court, Regional Trial Court, Branch 17, Tourism Bldg., Cagayan de Oro City to the highest bidder, for cash or manager’s check and in Philippine Currency the following property with all improvements, to wit:

RURAL BANK OF CABADBARAN, INC., Petitioner/Mortgagee, CDO MAIN BRANCH P & J Lim Bldg., Tiano Brothers EJF FILE NO. 2015-110 Kalambagohan Sts., -versusTel. # (08822) 727-829 * Telefax # (088) 856-1947

ANASTACIO R. REVILLA AND CAMIGUIN BRANCH CORAZON V. REVILLA B. Aranas St., Poblacion, Respondent/Mortgagor. Mambajao, Camiguin Tel. # (088) 387-0491 x---------------------------------------------------/

CORRALES BRANCH OFFICE OF THE PROVINCIAL SHERIFF Corrales Ave., AMENDED NOTICE OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL Cagayan de Oro City FORECLOSURE

EJF-FILE NO. 2015-110

Upon extra-judicial petition for sale under Act No. 3135 as amended by Act No. 4118, filed by RURAL BANK OF CABADBARAN, INC., a corporation duly organized and existing under Philippine Laws, with principal office at address at Cor. Garame & Cabeltes Sts., Cabadbaran , Agusan del Norte with Branch office at Cor. DoloresTiano Sts., Cagayan de Oro City, against ANASTACIO R. REVILLA AND CORAZON V. REVILLA, of legal age, Filipino, and residents of Fausto Paasa Road, Tambo, Macasandig , Cagayan de Oro City, to satisfy the mortgage indebtedness which as of June 2, 2015, amounted to SIX HUNDRED THIRTY EIGHT THOUSAND PESOS (Php 638,000.00), Philippine Currency, inclusive of interest and penalty charges, attorney’s fees and expenses of foreclosure, the undersigned or duly authorized deputy will sell at Public Auction on October 29, 2015, at 10:00 a.m or soon thereafter at the main entrance of the Tourism Hall Building , at City Hall of Cagayan de Oro City to the highest bidder, to CASH or Manager’s Check in Philippine Currency , the following property/ies described below with all the improvements included thereon, to wit: TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. T-111692

TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. T-109576

“ A PARCEL OF LAND with all IMPROVEMENTS THEREON (Lot 1802-J-2-A, Psd-10-025362, being a portion of Lot 1802-J-2, Psd-10-014772, Cagayan Cadastre.) Situated in the Barrio of Bayabas, City of Cagayan de Oro, Island of Mindano.

“ A PARCEL OF LAND ( Lot 24434-C-8-B, Psd-10023315, being a portion of Lot 24434-C-8, Psd-10-015318), situated in the Barrio of kauswagan , City of Cagayan de Oro, Island of Mindano. Bounded on the N., along line 1-2 by Lot 24434-C-8-A; x x x . . . Containing an area of Three Hundred ( 300) square meters , more or less. “

Bounded on the NE., along line 1-2 by Lot 18021, Psd-10-001252, on the SE., along line 2-3 by Lot 1802-J-1, Psd-10-001252; on the SW., along line 3-4 by Lot 1802-J-2-B, and on the NW., along line 4-1 by Lot 1802-J-2-C both of the subd. Plan Psd-10-025362. Xxx Containing an area of FOUR HUNDRED (400) sq.m..

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 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.

In the event the public auction should not take place on the said date for whatever reason, the public auction will proceed on the next 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.

September 9, 2015, Cagayan de Oro City.

Prospective buyers may investigate for themselves the title herein-above-describe encumbrances thereon, if any there be. Done this 17th day of September, 2015, at Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines.

(Sgd) FE O. BONTUYAN-BULARON Sheriff IV

(Sgd) CELESTIAL VENUS G. GELBOLINGO Sheriff IV

CT: Sept. 19, 26 & Oct. 3, 2015

CT: Sept. 26, Oct. 3 & 10, 2015

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Business as Usual in Butcher’s Best Barbecue Cagayan de Oro’s iconic place for ihaw-ihaw and sugba-sugba remains open despite irresponsible social media posts it has burned down. “It’s true our chimney caught fire 2 weeks ago but we managed to put the fire out and damage to our restaurant was minimal and we have re-opened after some minor repairs and touching up,” said “Chairman” Kim Clark Yap of Butcher’s Best Barbecue. In a sign posted at the door, the management clarifies it is now

undertaking renovation to make it a much better place and indeed, the place which opened years ago is showing some signs of aging. However, Kim Clark said that they are renovating and rebranding Butchers Best Barbeque, and would keep prices affordable for their patrons which have made Butcher’s Best Barbeque their favorite sugba-sugba hangout in Cagayan de Oro. Renowned far and wide for its very affordable but delicious Original Pork and Chicken BBQ, Original Sisig (chopped and grilled/ broiled pig’s cheeks), Sinug WOW (grilled pork belly served with soy sauce and onions) and of course,

its famous Grilled Angus Beef Belly which is even respected by the AB crowd for its real value for money. In a review dated March 21, 2015 posted at TripAdvisor, a visitor from Norfolk, Virginia raved about the place having “the best sisig I ever tasted in the entire Philippines, still nothing can compare. They also offer a lot of local Filipino foods, an array of barbecue flavors to choose from. Simply the best.” Butcher’s Best Barbeque (Xavier) is located at Corrales-Hayes St., between Pabayo St. and Corrales Avenue, Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines. For inquiries and reservations, please call (088)8577333 or (08822)725678

Business as usual

Expansion project

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