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Mindanao Daily NEWS

Volume II, No. 152

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December 13, 2013


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Misor, ill-advice on coal issue By DAVID A. TAULI

THE question of what the people of Mindanao will choose for their supply of electricity will be answered from 2017 onward, when adequate capacity from either coal or hydro will be available in Mindanao. Since the price of bulk power


from hydro resources will be less than four pesos per kilowatt-hour, and more than five pesos per kWh from coal, there is no question as to the economic choice of the Mindanao power consumers.

But even if the market prices for hydro were higher than for coal, people in Mindanao should choose hydro because coal would be much more expensive than hydro when the environmental and social costs of the alternatives are added to the market prices. See COAL, page 7

P100t reward for arrest of journo’s killers T

AGUM City Mayor Allan Rellon has put up a P100,000 bounty for those who can give information leading to the arrest of two motorcycle-riding suspects who killed broadcaster Rogelio “Tata” Butalid Wednesday morning right after he finished his blocktime radio program.

NEW STORE OPENS TODAY. Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) listed Puregold Price Club, Inc. (PGOLD) will open its store to the public starting today (December 13, 2013). PGOLD, chain of supermarkets in the Philippines established in 1998, is located along Lapasan Highway, Cagayan de Oro City. Mindanao Daily News photo

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LUCKY CHILD. Rep. Juliette Uy of the second district of Misamis Oriental and her husband, Villanueva town Mayor Julio T. Uy, crown Ashley Justine Kay Pagaling after winning the crown of the just-held search for Little Miss Villanueva 2013. The contest serves as one of the highlights of the town fiesta of Villanueva in honor of its patron saint, Our Lady of Guadalupe. Photo courtesy of Dodo Canoy

Councilor calls for probe on garbage collection in Oro

CAGAYAN de Oro City–– The city council’s committee on health and sanitation has asked an investigation into the unsanitary collection of

‘No common pattern on slay of three mediamen’

Philippine National Police (PNP) chief, Director General Alan Purisima, said on Thursday that three garbage in the city. City Councilor Dante Special Investigation Task Pajo said on Thursday that Groups (SITG) looking into three separate incidents of he has been receiving violence involving media See probe, page 11 personnel in Bukidnon, Surigao and Davao recently, do not see any common pattern among the cases. Purisima said the Directorate for Investigation and Detective Management (DIDM) thru Task Force USIG is keeping tab of all ongoing investigation into cases of violence committed against working journalists. See PATTERN, page 11

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Local dignitaries witness the formal signing of the Deed of Donation for P52-million worth of equipment and supplies provided by the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) for the rejabilitation of the Cagayan de Oro City Water District (COWD) facilities destroyed during Tropical Storm Sendong two years ago. Signing the Deed of Donation are Takahiro Sasaki, Chief Representative of JICA Phil Office and COWD Gen Manager Rachel Beja. Witnessing the signing are Kag. Roger Abaday; Ryutaro Aoki, 1st Secretary, Embassy of Japan; Ed Santos, acting administrator, LWUA and Ruben Vegafria, Chairman, COWD Board of Directors. Photo by Mike Banos, NPM

1 dead, 3 hurt as reds, cops fight in Bukidnon

By CRIS DIAZ Executive Editor, GERRY L. GORIT Correspondent and MILDRED TORREJAS Correspondent

CAGAYAN de Oro City–– About 100 armed communist rebels of the New People’s Army (NPA) over-

ran a police station command in Kibawe, Bukidnon Thursday morning killing a police officer and wounding three others, a military report said. Col. Glenn de la Torre, acting provincial police director of Bukidnon, identified the lone fatality

as SPO3 Rodelfin Alonzo who was killed in action when the communist rebels swooped down and overrun the police station in Kibawe, Bukidnon. De la Torre said that three wounded police personnel were P03 Jona Roban, PO2 Elizer Lacoste and

PO2 January Mañigo..The wounded were undergoing treatment in a hospital in Kibawe. The three wounded policemen are recuperating at a hospital in Kibawe, he said. He said 30 to 40 rebels disguised themselves See dead, page 11

Checkpoint crew in Malaybalay City inspect a rider’s bike during the 1st Mindanao Endurance Ride Challenge organized by the Provincial Government of Lanao del Norte, Sel-J Sports and Norminring Development Corp.

Lanao del Norte hosts 1st M’nao endurance ride TUBOD, Lanao del Norte–– The provincial government of this fast-rising province recently hosted the firstever Mindanao Endurance Ride, dubbed as Mindanao EnduRun, on December 6

and 7, 2013. A total of 11 riders from Tacurong City, Cagayan de Oro City, Bukidnon province and Davao City were the first participants of See ride, page 11

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Murder raps filed against 4 suspects in radioman’s slay By CHRIS V. PANGANIBAN Regional Editor-Caraga

SAN Francisco, Agusan del Sur––Police has filed murder charges against four suspects including the estranged wife allegedly involved in the killing of broadcaster Michael D. Milo in Tandag City in December 6. The Tandag City police tagged Milo’s wife April, her siblings Arnel Fernandez and Bernie Ann Fernandez, her alleged lover Police Officer 1 Hildo Patrimonio and four other John Does as respondents of the murder case filed before the Provincial Prosecutor’s Office. Meanwhile, a hardhitting commentator of Sure FM in Tandag City has taken extra precautionary measures after he received death threats from phone calls. Judith Suarez, station manager of Sure FM, said they received numerous calls from listeners who want to confirm talks around town that Rex “Rapido” Torres, host of “Mata sa Katilingban” public affairs program was reportedly shot by unknown gunmen. But Suarez said the report turned out to be a false alarm since she had contacted Torres after several attempts and told her that the report was not true, although he admitted that he had recently received death threats through phone calls prompting him to be extra careful in his movements. The Tri media Association of Surigao del Sur

The Tri media Association of Surigao del Sur (Trimass) has expressed fear that culture of impunity already pervades Tandag City as they believed gun-for-hire suspects with cheap fees could be behind the killing.’

(Trimass) has expressed fear that the culture of impunity already pervades Tandag City as they b elie ve d gun-for-hire suspects with cheap fees could be behind the killing of Milo and constant threats of their media colleagues. Trimass has issued a manifesto calling on the police for an early resolution of the Milo’s case and at the same time condemned any senseless killing of local journalists. “Even if media practitioners could have earned the ire of the powers that be, killing should not be the answer,” said Willie Evangelio, Trimass president. Surigao del Sur Gov. Johnny Pimentel has offered P50,000 reward to anyone who will provide information that would lead to the arrest of the suspects behind the killing of Tandag City radio broadcaster Michael Milo. “We have to go through the tedious judicial process during the police investigation,” Pimentel told Mindanao Daily News-Caraga in a mobile phone interview. He also assured Trimass members that the provincial government can provide them police security if it is necessary and they could just

Butuan water firm offers ‘Pamaskong Handog’ give-aways BUTUAN City––The holiday season is here. As a treat to its concessionaires, the Butuan City Water District (BCWD) is launching its Pamaskong Handog this time around in the form of give-aways. The activity is BCWD’s way of showing its heartfelt appreciation and gratitude to its concessionaires. Various grocery items will be given to concessionaires who have been paying their water bill on time and in full. Distribution of giveaways will take place on

December 16-20, 2013, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. or until supply lasts at the BCWD second floor lobby. The BCWD Management is inviting all its concessionaires to pay their water bill for them to receive BCWD’s small token of appreciation to its concessionaires, said BCWD Senior Public Relations Officer Ramir Barquin. To join, concessionaires will just present their official receipts with dates from December 16-20, 2013 at the Pamaskong Handog claim counter, said Barquin.

write a formal request letter through Provincial Police Director Senior Superintendent Antonio Taylan Jr. Milo was driving his motorbike on his way home after hosting his daily radio program over dxFM when shot by three

men past 4 p.m. He was rushed to a hospital but was pronounced dead before doctors could treat him. King dela Rosa, the station’s operations manager, said Milo had told him he had been receiving death threats on his cellular

phone. Milo, however, did not say who he thought was threatening him. But a friend of the broadcaster said a policeman — who was suspected to be having an affair with Milo’s wife — had been threatening the broadcast journalist.

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M.D SAGAY COCAL 4 2002-2012 Php 5,B13.90 169 H-0705035 BARSOBIA, ISABEL CABATUHAN COCAL 1 1996-2012 Php 5.199.70 170 K-0705106 BONANI, MAXIMO SAGAY COCAL 2 2003-2012 Php 15,437.40 171 H-0706137 B0NSAT0, DANIEL CABATUHAN COCAL 1 2005-2D12 Php 4,563.30 172 H-0705265 CABACTULAN, MARGARITA CABATUHAN COCAL 1 2003-2012 Php 6.453.80 173 H-0704970 CABACTULAN, PROTACIO MINOCOL COGONAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2,533.30 174 H-0704974 CABACTULAN, ROMAN KITAL-IS COGONAL 1 2009-2012 Php 2,24360 175 H-0705263 CABACTULAN, TEODOLO CABATUHAN COCAL 1 2006-2012 Php 4,630.20 176 H-070S099 CABACTULAN, TEODORICO LANAO COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2,325.00 177 H-0705055 CABACTULAN, TERSO MINOCOL COCAL 1 1982-2012 Php 6,547.20 178 H-0705031 CADAMPOG, GEORGE GREGORIO CANAOM COCAL/COFFEE 1 2008-2012 Php 17,548.80 179 H-0704960 CAGAS, RAYMUNDO SAGAY COCAL 2 1988-2012 Php 10,342.20 180 H-0705127 DAGARAGA. FRANCISCO CUNA COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2,365.30 181 H-07049SS DAJAO, MARCELO SAGAY ABACAL 2 1998-2012 Php 3,529.60 182 H-0705104 ECHALICO, MARGARITO CABATUHAN COCAL 1 2004-2012 Php 9,608.80 183 H-0705113 ECONAR, AGATON CABATUHAN COCAL 1 1981-2012 Php 5,346.15 184 H-0705375 EDPALINA, ELADIO SAGAY COCAL 2 2002-2012 Php 7,2BO.BO 185 H-0705076 FUENTES, NIEVES CABATUHAN COCAL 1 1995-2012 Php 13.637.BO 186 K-07050S2 GALO, EUSTAQUIA ZABALLERO HRS SACAY CGCAL 3 1997-2012 Php 26,263.50 187 H-0705121 GALO, TRANQUILINO SAGAY COCAL 2 1997-2D12 Php 21.5S2.26 188 H-0705041 HAMPANG, ANGELES SAGAY COCAL 4 2004-2012 Php 12,673.80 189 H-070504B HAMPANG, CIPRIANO MINOCOL COGONAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2,556 12 190 H-0705039 JAQUILMAC, VICENTE MINOCOL COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 4,070.48 191 H-0705012 KIONISALA, FRANCISCO MINOCOL COCAL 1 2001-2012 Php 3,751.60 192 H-0705079 KIONISALA, NUMERIANO CABATUHAN COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 3,683.50 193 H-0705138 LERA, EUTIQUIO SAGAY COCAL 3 2006-2012 Php 12.362.20 194 H-070529S MANGMANG, THELMA CUNA COCAL 1 2001-2012 Php 3,013.00 195 H-07053S6 MORALES, MARTA SONGOC COCAL/ORCHARD 1 2004-2012 Php 2,233.60 196 H-0705283 NACAYTUNA. EUSEBIO SAGAY COCAL 3 1990-2012 Php 20.468.20 197 H-0705533 NACAYTUNA, JULIA SUBOCAN COCAL 1 1990-2012 Php 4,167.40 198 H-0705103 NAMATA, ASUNCION LANAO COCAL 1 2009-2012 Php 2,281,40 199 H-0705150 NAVALES, ALEJANDRO TAN-AWAN COCAL 1 2000-2012 Php 2,636.50 200 H-0705500 PABILLORE. MATILDE SAGAY COCAL 2 1995-2012 Php 8,1E8.70 201 H-0705131 PACTURAN, MARVELA CABATUHAN COCAL 1 1995-2012 Php 2S.284.00 202 H-0705103 PADRELANAN, VICENTE SAGAY COCAL 2 1993-2012 Php 16,305.50 203 H-0705288 PAMPLONA, PEDRO SAGAY COCAL 2 2009-2012 Php 3,23650 204 H-0705065 SACAL. EUSTAQUIO TAN-AWAN COCAL 1 1999-2012 Php 2,430.00 205 H-07051B7 SACAL, PEDRO TAN-AWAN COCAL 1 1999-2012 Php 3.9B6.B0 206 H-0705061 SAMPANTA. MARTIN TAN-AWAN COCAL 1 1992-2012 Php 4,661.00 207 H-0705040 SAPA. TEODORO MINOCOL COCAL 1 1999-2012 Php 3.SS1.SC 208 H-0704366 SEREZO, SANTIAGO MINOCOL COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2,104.30 209 H-0705405 VALLAR EUSEBIA CUÑA . COCAL 2 2001-2012 Php 4,848.40 210 H-0705214 VALLAR, REMEGIO HR3 SAGAY COCAL 5 1999-2012 Php 13,868.40 211 H-0705078 YAMBA, PROCOPIO CABATUHAN COCAL 1 1999-2012 Php 7,150.60 212 H-0705401 YAMBA. VICTORIA CUNA COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 15.433.25 213 H-0705457 YAMSON, ALIJANDRO MANGCAILAO COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 3,488.70 Barangay MANUYOG 214 H-0805314 BACTONG. AGUSTIN SAGAY COCAL/RES. 3 2003-2012 Php 9,402.50 215 H-0505794 BACTONG, MAURECIA SAGAY COCAL 3 1974-2012 Php 3.026.30 216 H-0S05975 CAANGAY, GENOVEVA MANUYOG COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php Z,507.36 217 H-08D555D CABACTULAN, DOMING0 MANUYOG COCAL 1 1998-2012 Php 4,096.60 218 H-0805771 CABACTULAN, MELECIO SAGAY COCAL/RES 2 1995-2012 Php 2,165.36 219 H-0805585 CALOPE, ROQUE CAPIHAN COCAL 1 1994-2012 Php 7,159.60 220 H-0805611 CULTURA, ALEJANDRO SAGAY COCAL 2 1974-2012 Php 5.253.16 221 H-0805641 CULTURA, ORLANDO MANUYOG COCAL 3 2002-2012 Php 5,512.40 222 H-0805660 EBARLE, FERNANDO SAGAY COCAL 3 1996-2012 Php 5,033.40 223 H-0805850 EDPALINA, TOMAS SAGAY COCAL 2 2000-2012 Php 2,733.00 224 H-0805594 ESTRADA, LEONA CAPIHAN COCAL 1 2000-2012 Php 3,680.20 225 H-0806013 GADOT, JUANORIO SAGAY COCAL 2 1999-2012 Php 5,615.56 226 H-0805607 JAMINAL, CRISTINO SAGAY COCAL 3 1998-2012 Php 3,013.60 227 H-0805760 NAPONE, EUSTAQUIO SAGAY COCAL/RES. 25 1985-2012 Php 27,158.00 228 H-0805579 LADAO, FRANCISCO CAPIHAN COCAL 1 1990-2012 Php 5,334.60 229 H-0806527 LANTACA, LORENZO MANUYOG COCAL 1 1996-2012 Php 2,445.20 230 H-0805753 NAPONE, JOSE MANUYOG RICELAND 1 2005-2012 Php 2,123.60 231 H-050566S NERI, DOMINGO SAGAY COCAL 3 2007-2012 Php 2,332.40 232 H-08055S4 OBEDENCIO, AURELIO SAGAY COCAL 2 1999-2012 Php 4,205.SO 233 H-0805833 PACURIBOT, AGRIPINO MANUYOG COCAL 1 1989-2012 Php 2,299.20 234 H-O805572 REVIRA, ROQUE MANUYOG COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2.325.22 235 H-0805630 SUAZO, S. CABALO, ET AL MANUYOG COCAL 1 2003-2012 Php 4,330.00 236 H-0805664 UAYAN, PONCIANO SAGAY COCAL 4 1998-2012 Php 5,105.30 237 H-0805663 VARIACION, FERNANDO MANUVOG COCAL 1 2004-2012 Php 4.55S.20 238 K-0805552 ZABALLERO, LEIZL MANUYOG COCAL 1 2000-2012 Php 3,812.50 Earangay . MAYANA 239 H-0906282 EBDAO, HONORIO SAGAY COCAL 2 1974-2012 Php 2,381.32 ‘ Barangay : POBLACION 240 H-0101653 BACUÑATA, EMELIANO (D) BONBON. POB RES 1 2009-2012 Php 5,397.60 241 H-0100705 CAMAY, GREGORIO ET AL SAGAY COCAL 10 1994-2012 Php 41.775.20 242 H-0101346 CAMIGUIN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE SAGAY ELECT. ACC. 1 2009-2012 Php 59,561.80 243 H-0100664 CORRALES, JUAN POBLACION COCAL 1 2004-2012 Php 2.437.SD 244 H-0101053 ESTRADA, PEDRO ET AL SAGAY COCAL/RES. 10 1974-2012 Php 33,21200 245 H-0100517 GLOBE TELECOM INC. 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The inclusive growth mantra has to be further asserted in the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), said Dr. Cielito Habito, former Director-General of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) and Chief of Party of the USAID Trade Related Assistance for Development, during the 4th Final Workshop of the ASEAN Beyond 2015, a project of the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA). State think tank Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS) co-organized the event held at the Carlos P. Romulo Hall, NEDA sa Makati Building. According to Habito, ASEAN trade relations must be competitive rather than complementary. “The Philippines has a predominantly intra-industry trade with the rest of the ASEAN countries, especially with its major trading partners in the region, meaning we trade in products within the same industries. The Philippines’ top exports to its major ASEAN trading partners are petroleum products, electronics, and chemicals, the same products that we import in the region,” Habito noted. Habito also commented on the budget misallocation in the agricultural sector, where 70 percent of the commodity budget goes to

SPECIAL FEATURE by Phidel Marion G. Vineles rice yet it is only responsible for only about 16 percent of the value adding in agriculture. He c o n s i d e r s t h e growth potentials of the services sector. “The Philippines has much more growth in the services sector because there are lots of value adding within this sector such as in design and software.” Meanwhile, UP Professor Emeritus and first NEDA Director-General Dr. Gerardo Sicat accentuated the negative impacts of the country’s governance and political issues on our investment performance. The changes of government have caused reversals of economic policies and the effects of these reversals were very costly, Sicat said. Sicat explained that the Philippines is the only country in the ASEAN that has complex constitutional provisions on economic issues. “We have restrictions on capital, landownership, public utilities, and operation of land mineral resources, which not all foreign investors could deal with,” he said. PIDS Senior Research Fellow and Acting VicePresident Rafaelita Aldaba stressed that the Philippines should not rely on the

services sector alone if we want economic growth to be inclusive. Aldaba noted the urgent need for the revival of the manufacturing sector to increase the country’s competitiveness in the region. A more vibrant manufacturing sector also means more jobs available for Filipinos. “There has been very little movement of resources in the Philippine manufacturing sector. Its share of value added to GDP declined to 23.7 percent in the 2000s from 26.3 percent in the 1980s.” ERIA Senior Researcher Ponciano Intal noted that ASEAN competitiveness has to be strengthened to sustain high and equitable growth beyond 2015. The Philippines needs an enabling policy and regulatory environment to meet the desired targets of eliminating dire poverty, reducing poverty rates by at least two-thirds, and reducing youth illiteracy rate and malnutrition. “There should be greater focus on food security as it remains to be a significant concern in the ASEAN,” Intal said. PIDS President Gilberto Llanto stressed the need for ASEAN countries to focus on border and beyondthe-border issues. “We also need to cascade the implications of AEC 2015 to our policymakers, especially to those who still are not aware of what AEC 2015 is.”

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Capitol workers gnash teeth on Christmas DESPITE talks of a blue Christmas, some 3,000 city hall workers in Cagayan de Oro City will still have a White Christmas. The city council has approved a resolution for the payment of the Christmas bonus equivalent to one month salary of all city hall workers. Cris Diaz It was also noteworthy an ordinance for the inclusion of the year end bonus for “job order” and “contract workers” was also approved. The City Hall contract workers would each received P 8,000 Christmas bonus. For most contract workers, the amount was small compared to the consultants who raked in excessive fees. “Monthly fees that most of them (City Hall consultants) do not deserve,” City Councilor Candy Darimbang said in a press statement. Let it be. Usually, contract workers and job order workers are not included in the payment of Christmas bonuses because of the absence of an “ employer-employee” relationship. Such inequality and unfair treatment of contract and job order workers have been an object of criticism and sneers. The practice is scornful because contract and job order workers also render services – sometimes, more important that the responsibilities of regular workers. If at all, the contract workers should have more than the regular workers (in terms of Christmas bonuses) because they do not enjoy benefits than the regular workers. However, that is the law. There is really truth to the legal maxim: “The law may be harsh but it is the law.” That statement aptly described the status of appointment of contract workers nationwide. While the workers at City Hall rejoice,

the situation at the provincial Capitol was in stark contrast. Provincial Governor Bambi Emano of Misamis Oriental announced that the provincial government would only extend a measly P 3,000 bonus to Capitol workers. Capitol officials, however, are crossing their fingers hoping that some “miracles” might take place so additional bonuses would come. The rumor that Capitol would be shelling out P 20,000 bonus on Christmas was a dud, a capitol official said. Capitol workers were quick to compare Bambi’s administration to his predecessors when it comes to Christmas bonuses. During Dongkoy Emano’s term as governor, Capitol worker received big Christmas bonuses. While the adversarial Commissions on Audit (COA) disallowed the large bonuses, capitol employees were just glad to refund the excess amount. “The COA disallowed the bonuses and ordered a refund by deducting the excesses in our monthly salaries,” a capitol worker said. However, she said, the disallowance and refund were not a problem at all. After all, we enjoyed the bonuses during the Holiday season, she added. “Dongkoy” Emano was the father of “Bambi.” This Christmas, capitol employees should better start scratching their heads. It would have been better for the capitol workers to volunteer to Tacloban last week. There were talks that the volunteers get P 800 to P 1,000 daily allowance during the 10-day duration there. By the way, Governor Emano released P 3.5 million for that trip to Tacloban. That was where the capitol workers’ bonuses went. Did the provincial administrator enjoy it? “May pa maglana mo ug putot diha.” Chuckle… ••• [Listen to “Alarma sa Udtong Tutok” every 11:00 – 12:00 Mon. to Friday at 95.7 FM Mellow Touch Radio] React:

Connection found

NOW I see the connection why Sarangani Rep. Emmanuel “Manny the Pacman” Pacquiao fought Brandon Rios in Macau, China apparently because of his woes with the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that is reportedly assessing him $18 million unpaid income taxes for his previous fights in that country. I now see also the connection why after having been given years by the local Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) to produce original documents of his taxes paid to the IRS, Pacquiao still has to comply with this demand. Perhaps there is no official document that he can produce that will prove payment to the IRS. I am not insinuating, however, that Pacquiao purposely evaded paying taxes for income earned out of his professional fights in the US to the IRS. Things like these are normally left to the boxer’s promoter. And this is not to insinuate either that it was Bob Arum who purposely evaded to do the patriotic act of paying the taxes due from Pacquiao, his ward, to the US government. But I can’t buy Pacquiao’s blanket denial that he does not owe the US government any tax. If indeed he does

A deeper view Jesse E.L. Bacon II not owe anything to the IRS, why can’t he produce the only evidence to prove payment which is the receipt of such payment? Remember that he is not making the excuse that he lost his receipts because this could easily be remedied by asking certification from the IRS no less that indeed tax payments had already been made by him or by his agent on his behalf. What Pacquiao has so far announced is his having dutifully paid his taxes in the US and the documents to prove such payment are coming. Let’s take his word as gospel truth re this. But why in heaven up to this point those documents still have not arrived? He made this claim almost three years ago when the BIR first served notice about his local income tax liabilities for incomes earned abroad. I am personally not buying knee-jerk reactions by

citizens of this country who are bashing the BIR for its courage to collect what is due the government from Pacquiao. There is no dispute that Pacquiao is sort of a hero here. That he has done a lot for this country is not denied. His failure to settle his tax problems with the BIR has nothing to do with his being a hero. This issue might even make him a villain should he fail to do what is being asked of him by the BIR. In this regard, he should be careful if he truly wants to be viewed by the people as a hero for his conquest in the ring of great boxers in the world. His allies and supporters should also be cautioned from pushing that stupendous move of asking the government to grant amnesty to Pacquiao. The BIR is simply asking Pacquaio to prove See FOUND, page 11

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This is the advice that a respectable environmental expert would give to his or her clients concerning the Mindanao power situation. Instead, the provincial government officials have been given lies and halftruths by the “expert” on environmental matters, whom the provincial officials are relying upon to give them proper advice on the issue of coal power plants in Misamis Oriental. Consequently, Gov. Bambi Emano, Vice Governor Joey Pelaez and the provincial board were misled into endorsing the two coal power plants that have been proposed for construction in Misamis Oriental: the 405 megawatts coal plant of the FDC Utilities, Inc. (FDCU) of the Filinvest Group, to be located in Villanueva, and the 110-MW coal plant of the Mindanao Energy Systems, Inc. (MINERGY), proposed for Balingasag. Refutation of what the ‘environmental expert’ says Here are some of the lies and half-truths declared in the news article by the environmental expert of the provincial government. First is his attempt to foist false choices upon the people of Misamis Oriental. He says that their only alternatives for continuing to have light in their homes are coal, nuclear, or candles. Considering only economic feasibility, however, nuclear power plants are at the bottom of the list of alternatives available as sources of electric power for the people of Mindanao. It is even more expensive than electricity from grid-connected solar photovoltaic power plants. Electricity from nuclear plants in Mindanao would exceed twenty pesos per kilowatt-hour, while utilityscale solar PV power plants will soon be constructed (to be available by 2017) in various places throughout Mindanao at the ERC-approved Feed-in-Tariff of 9.68 pesos per kWh. In Mindanao, hydro plants are the least-cost power plants, with an average cost of around four pesos per kWh for at least 3,000 MW of potential capacity. Coal power plants come next, at around five pesos per kWh. Coal power plants, of course, are at the top of the list of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) as contributors to greenhouse gas emissions and the consequent global warming. Most of the efforts of international organizations at controlling global warming are directed to eliminating, reducing or mitigating the GHG emissions of coal plants. If the coal plants now being constructed in Mindanao will incorporate measures that would neutralize (or reduce to zero) their GHG emissions, electric power from coal would cost more than ten pesos per kWh. Coal would be more expensive than grid-connected solar PV plants, which are the

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most expensive among the renewable energy resources (including biomass, hydro, and wind) that would be paid at the FIT of the Renewable Energy Law of 2008. The coal plants in Mindanao are being offered in the market at “only” five pesos per kWh because they will not be taxed for spewing their environmental poisons into the land and waters of Mindanao and for their GHG emissions. The environmental expert of Gov. Bambi says falsely that coal plants in countries such as Germany, Japan and the US are being replaced by nuclear plants. I think this expert stopped reading the literature on power plants after getting his academic degrees. His opinions on coal and nuclear power plants are at out of date, and contrary to current understanding of reputable experts on the directions of global development of supplies of electric power. Today, Germany and Japan have totally rejected the nuclear option, and are resorting to renewable energy resources for their additional requirements for electricity. The environmental expert of Gov. Bambi claims that “with the destruction of watersheds and river basins, the hydro plants’ capacity to produce power has been adversely affected,” implying that hydro is not a viable option in Mindanao. But the list of the Department of Energy of potential hydro power plants in Mindanao, which the DOE is offering as investments for the private sector, have more than 2,000 MW of capacity. And the actual hydro power potential in Mindanao that would be economically feasible is much greater than that. What the ‘environmental expert’ failed to mention The environmental expert of Gov. Bambi is not only out-of-date on his personal database on the Mindanao power situation; he also does not know what should be known about the electric power resources of Misamis Oriental and Bukidnon. The first thing he does not know is that while the people of Misamis Oriental can tolerate the existence of the 200-MW coal plant in Villanueva, the intensification of emanation of environmental poisons from additional power plants in the community would pose hazards to the life and health of people, which should not be allowed by the people and their government. If this expert likes coal power plants, for whatever reasons, the least he should do is to advise his clients in the provincial government to have additional coal plants for Mindanao located in provinces other than Misamis Oriental, which is already hosting its “equitable” share of coal plants. Any additional economic benefits to Misamis Oriental that may come from the coal plants would be much less than the costs to the health of the people and the poisoning of land and waters due to the toxic pollutants from the additional coal plants. The other thing this ex-

pert does not know is that in Misamis Oriental and Bukidnon, hydro resources are available for development that would be cheaper than the proposed coal plants, and would avoid the GHG emissions that these coal would spew into the global environment. If these hydro resources were developed as economic enterprises by the local governments, it would provide revenues that the LGUs can use in providing services to their constituents. In the case of the municipalities of Libona and Baungon, for example, the hydro potential in the Cagayan River could provide them revenues for their operations that would be greater than the IRA that they are now receiving from the national government. The construction of renewable energy power plants in Misamis Oriental also would reduce significantly the rates for the generation component in the power bills of consumers in Misamis Oriental. The environmental expert reminds us all that smoking is the world’s leading cause of lung cancer. If he were worth his pay, he would remind us instead that global warming is the greatest threat that the world should contend with, and the people of Misamis Oriental should also work to mitigate. He does not say that, probably because he has a bias for coal plants. So, like all coal advocates, he tries to keep from the public the knowledge that if hydro plants were constructed in Mindanao, coal plants would not be necessary, and Mindanao could do its share in the global work of preventing global warming, thereby helping prevent future typhoons like Sendong, Pablo, and Yolanda. Environmental expert? Quite clearly, no. An environmental hazard, rather. Not coal power plants, but run-of-river hydroelectric power plants will enable people in Misamis Oriental and throughout Mindanao to have adequate, reliable and affordable electricity. In Mindanao more than 3,000 megawatts of hydroelectric power plants have been identified that will be developed at an average, fixed cost of less than four pesos by kilowatt-hours. The cost of electricity from the coal plants now being constructed in Mindanao cost at least five pesos per kWh at current prices, increasing yearly with the price of coal fuel. In 2017, when enough coal plants and enough hydro plants will be built to supply the increase in the power requirements of Mindanao, electricity from hydro will be available at four pesos per kWh, and electricity from coal at six pesos and fifty centavos or more. The power consumers of Mindanao will then answer with their money the question of Bambi Emano and his environmental consultant: Not coal, but hydro. Editor’s Note: David A. Tauli is the president, Mindanao Coalition of Power Consumers.

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CAGAYAN ELECTRIC POWER & LIGHT CO., INC Important Notice to CEPALCO Customers Subject: Scheduled NGCP Power Interruption on Saturday and Sunday, December 14-15, 2013 The Cagayan Electric Power & Light Co., Inc. (CEPALCO) would like to inform all customers that the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) has advised CEPALCO that power supply will be interrupted on December 14-15, 2013 as shown below: REASONS: THE NATIONAL GRID CORPORATION OF THE PHILIPPINES (NGCP) WILL FACILITATE PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE OF LINE ASSOCIATED HIGH VOLTAGE EQUIPMENT ON THEIR LUGAIT-CAGAYAN DE ORO (CARMEN) 69KV TRANSMISSION LINE. DATE AND INTERRUPTION TIME: Saturday, December 14, 2013 – 10:00PM to 10:30PM (30 minutes switching) Sunday, December 15, 2013 – 5:30AM to 6:00AM (30 minutes switching)

Talusan policeman faces admin charge for indiscriminate firing PAGADIAN CITY, Zamboanga del Sur - A policeman has gone into hiding after he was slapped with administrative charge for indiscriminate firing, a police official said. Sl ap w it h a d m i n is trative charge is Police Officer 3 (PO3) Manuel Caballero, Jr. of Talusan, Zamboanga Sibugay. The charge was filed Wednesday. Talusan police chief Senior Insp. Danilo Jore said the charge against Caballero stemmed from a complaint of indiscrimi-

nate firing filed by Amina Sappayani of Barangay Poblacion, Talusan. In her complaint, Sappayani stated that Caballero, who was allegedly drunk went to her house and confronted her son, Habi b e r, an d w it h out provocation fired four times his service firearm, a 9-mm pistol. S app ay an i s ai d t h e people in the community panicked due to the incident that took place around 6:30 p.m. Saturday. Jore s aid C ab a l lero f le d up on s ensing t he

arrival of the responding policemen. Jore said since then Caballero cannot be located and did not even report to the town hall where he is detailed. Jore said that Caballero was pre viously charge for robbery by a group of fishermen in Talusan. Jose said the case did not however prosper due to lack of interest of the complainants. He said he has already ordered his men to locate the whereabouts of Caballero. (PNA)

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Portion of Carmen: vicinities along Vamenta Blvd. from Fernandez St. towards greater part of Ilaya including: portions of Ipil St. and Mahogany St. from Fernandez St.; Madonna & Child Hospital; and; Seriña St. from COA towards Gumamela Ext.St., Guani Coliseum (former O.Roa’s) and Maharlika Police Station.


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Photographs released by the Karapatan to the regional newspaper Mindanao Examiner show the peaceful march being stopped by the police in Zamboanga City in southern Philippines.

Peaceful march of war refugees in Zamboanga City stopped


AMBOANGA CITY – Police stopped the peaceful march of a huge group of war refugees and human rights advocates in Zamboanga City in southern Philippines.

Police said the group had no permit when they marched to commemorate the 63rd anniversary of the International Declaration of the International Human Rights Day. The regional chapter of the human rights group Karapatan criticized local authorities for stopping the march. “It is ironic that the Philippine government which is a signatory to the declaration has failed to

uphold the right of the people to peaceably assemble by repressing such very important people’s right,” Bishop Antonio Ablon, chairman of Karapatan in Western Mindanao. The refugees, who comprised Bangon Zamboanga, a newly-organized people’s organization of the victims of the Moro National Liberation Front siege of Zamboanga City in September, marched for about two kilometers from their evacuation site at the Joaquin Enriquez Memorial Stadium when blocked by the police after organizers failed to show a permit from City Hall. But Karapatan said it had earlier sent a courtesy letter to the city government for the “Lakad Para sa Karapatang Pangtao” but local officials rejected this prompting the refugees to

march and invoke their right to a peace assembly. The Bangon Zamboanga also tried to give a copy of a Memorandum of Agreement to Mayor Maria Isabelle Salazar, but was also ignored. The MOA contained the following - the continuation of food support and rice supply for those who are still in evacuation centers; medical support to the evacuees; and the return of the evacuees to their respective places and financial support for the construction of their houses. More than 100,000 residents in 15 villages here were displaced by three weeks of street battles between separatist rebels and security forces that killed and wounded over 400 people. (Mindanao Examiner)

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Reward up for arrest of Tagum City broadcaster’s killers


AGUM CITY - Tagum City Mayor Allan Rellon has put up a P100,000 bounty for those who can give information leading to the arrest of two motorcycleriding suspects who killed broadcaster Rogelio "Tata" Butalid Wednesday morning right after he finished his blocktime radio program.

Speaking during the Philippine Information Agency-sponsored media forum "BizTalk" at the Big 8 Corporate Hotel in Tagum City, the mayor denounced the killing of Butalid and vowed to give justice to the slain mediaman. He bared that he has issued a directive for the creation of Task Group Tata Butalid to pursue and arrest the perpetrators. Rellon said that upon learning of the crime, he immediately ordered city police director Supt. Solomon De Castella to hunt down the killers and produce results within immediate hours. Butalid, 46, was Rellon's classmate and political leader who ran for city councilor under the mayor's slate in the last May 2013 election.

Butalid lost in the city councilorship but he succeeded getting his second term as barangay kagawad in Barangay Mankilam in the last October barangay polls. Butalid was known to be a lone opposition voice to the administration's barangay leadership. Media colleagues described Butalid as hardhitting in his blocktime program "Ang Kasayuran" at Radyo Natin-Tagum, every 8 to 9 a.m., from Monday to Friday. They said that Butalid had been receiving death threats in connection with his radio program. Butalid's program is funded by the Davao del Norte Electric Cooperative (Daneco)-NEA, which has been at running rift with an opposing electric cooperative, Daneco-CDA, for more than two years now. Daneco-CDA has also its counterpart blocktime radio programs in other FM stations in the city. Blocktime anchors of the various radio programs had been defending and attacking each other on various issues, the recent of which was about Daneco-CDA's "fake official receipt". The province's oldest media group, the Davao del Norte Press & Radio-TV Club strongly condemned Butalid's killing and called authorities to exhaust all their powers and means to arrest the perpetrators and bring them to the bar of justice.

Butalid was the third broadcaster slain in two we eks' t ime fol low ing Michael Milo in Tandag City, Surigao del Sur on December 9 and Joash Dignos in Valencia City, Bukidnon on December 1. The Center of Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR) said that if Butalid's killing would be proven media workrelated, he will be the 22nd journalist killed in the line of duty. (PNA)

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MCW hosts social media ‘Planning for Peace’ Confab

DAVAO CITY – The Mindanao Commission on Women will be hosting a social media conference entitled “Planning for Peace: Strategic Actions Toward the Creation of the Bangsamoro” on December 12-13, 2013. The two-day conference will discuss strategic actions that are critical to the success of the Initial period in the creation of the Bangsamoro. It will be broadcast live in three parallel venues: at the Seda Hotel in Davao City; Notre Dame University (NDU) in Cotabato City; and the Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT) in Iligan City. The conference will be guided by three overarching thematic and strategic areas

for action, namely, electoral reforms; legislative advocacy; and post-war economic recovery (peace dividend). In all these themes, the gender perspective will be integrated. Resource persons include Dr. Socorro Reyes (Center for Legislative Advocacy); Ms. Cristita Marie L. Giangan (Konrad Adenauer Stiftung); Fr. Eliseo Mercado, OMI (Institute for Autonomy and Governance); Atty. Camilo Montesa (Thinking Tools); ; Atty. Naguib Sinarimbo (FASTRAC); Amina Rasul (Philippine Council on Islam and Democracy); Mr. Luis Corral (Congress); and Prof. Rudy Rodil, among others. Participants in Cotabato City and Iligan City will be able to listen to the inputs

of resource persons and actively join in the discussions. They will also be able to participate in the open forum planned after the panel discussions and submit their comments and reactions. Those interested to join

the conversation online can do so by using #planning4peace. The event can be viewed online at the MCW website; and by clicking like the MCW official fan page mcwomen. (MCW)



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Jake Cuenca is miffed by rumors linking him to Anne Curtis’s bar incident

Speaking at length for the first time for purportedly being involved in the scandalous bar meltdown of Anne Curtis, actor Jake Cuenca bluntly admitted that he was peeved by the “imbentong kwento” about him that’s been making rounds online lately. A few days ago, Jake, via a series of posts on his social media accounts, belied reports that he and John Lloyd Cruz supposedly pulled a prank on Anne, which allegedly annoyed the actress hence her misbehavior. “Um haters im [sic] a little bit too old to be pulling pranks on anyone and if you know me thats [sic] not my style. Get your facts straight guys,” he posted on twitter. Jake also said his piece via Instagram, “If you are just gonna [sic] gossip do it right know your facts and dont [sic] involve people who had nothing to do with the issue...” In an interview during the Kwento ng

Pasko: Pag-asa at Pagbangon solidarity concert held at the Araneta Coliseum on December 10, Jake was firm in saying that, “Wala, wala akong maishe-share, wala akong maico-contribute sa kwento kasi hindi ko talaga nakita.” While he confessed to being at the venue, Jake explained that he wasn’t anywhere near Anne or John Lloyd when the incident occurred. “Yeah I was there kasi may event. We have a lot of common friends eh pero wala ako nung nangyari nung instance na ‘yon. Kasama ko ang iba kong kaibigan. Hindi naman porket andun si John Lloyd, andun si Anne, andun ako ibig sabihin magkabarkada kami at magkakasama kami doon, di ba?” the Maria Mercedes actor asked. Since he wasn’t in the vicinity, Jake shared that he only learned about Anne’s meltdown through second-hand stories. “Kung papaano nalaman ng tao ‘yan ganon ko lang rin nalaman. Nandoon


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lang ako then naikwento sa akin ‘yung nangyari but again pareho 3 silang kaibigan ko,” he underscored. He continued, “I didn’t bang any doors, I didn’t even get to say ‘hi’ to Anne kasi by the time I came to that place, which was Prive nakaalis na ang lahat.” But why has he decided to speak up on the issue if he wasn’t involved? “Nagtweet ako, nag-Instagram ako ng ganon kasi nagagalit ako sa mga imbentong kwento na lumabas kasi hindi ko talaga nakita si Anne no’n and a few days nung lumabas ‘yung issue nag-usap kami ni Anne and sinabi niya at nung friends niya na wala ako talaga doon. Ang sa akin wala akong dineny na issue ever since whether it be positive or negative, whether may galit sa akin or masaya sa akin, I never denied anything. But this time magagalit talaga ako kasi hindi ako nagsinungaling, wala akong nakita at pangalawa nakaka-badtrip kasi nga

imbento ‘yung kwento eh,” he explained to the press. Jake said that he would be more than willing to face the consequences of his actions if he really did something. But the problem is, as he says, this time he did nothing to cause Anne’s unruly behavior. “Sa akin lang, sana lang talaga, hindi lang para sa akin pero para rin sa ibang artista rin naman. Sa akin maraming issue na tinatapon na ganyan pero kapag ganito kalaki, siguro kailangan naman totoo na. Kailangan may facts,” Jake enthused. In parting, he appealed to the public to quit judging Anne due to this singular incident. “And for anything else, wala rin naman siguro sa posisyon ang mga tao na manghusga kasi lahat naman tayo nagkakamali at lahat tayo nagkakaroon ng instance na ganyan,” he ended.

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reports that garbage collectors have no gloves, no protective masks, and wear only slippers when collecting garbage around the city. Pajo said that the unsanitary collection of garbage exposes the garbage collectors to all kinds of infections that might jeopardize their health. The report that the volume of garbage collection in the city has increased from 600 tons to 700 tons will also be examined since the task of determining the volume of garbage was reportedly computed by the garbage collector themselves, Pajo added. The city government pays the garbage collection services through the volume of garbage collection daily. “The volume of garbage collected should be the work of the city’s public services office and not the contractor,” Pajo added. City Councilor Adrian Barba also said that city residents were complaining about the frequency of garbage collection in some residential areas. It takes about one or two weeks before it can be collected, he said. The garbage is infectious and can affect the health not only to the residents but also the passersby, Barba added. CRIS DIAZ, Executive Editor, Mindanao Daily News

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In a statement, he said: “At this early stage of investigation, there are no peculiar indications of a link that can connect the three incidents.” Nonetheless, he expressed confidence that SITGs formed by the concerned Police Regional Offices will be able to achieve significant breakthrough in

the investigation of these cases. He assured national media organizations of focused attention by dedicated SITGs composed of seasoned crime investigators backed by forensic examiners, legal team, intelligence support, and local police. Purisima said Task Force USIG is paying particular attention to the recent shooting of broadcaster Michael Diaz Milo, 34 of Prime Radio FM in Tandag City, Surigao del Sur last December 6; the shooting of broadcaster Jash Dignos, 48 in Valencia City, Bukidnon last Nov 29; and the shooting of broadcaster Rogelio Butalid, 44 in Tagum City, Davao del Norte last December 11. In the case of Dignos, Purisima said the Northern Mindanao police has filed a case for murder against an identified suspect and several John Does. He added the suspect was identified thru a computerized facial composite provided by NBI based on descriptions provided by a key witness. He also said the SITG “Milo”, on the otherhand, initially ruled out the killing of Milo as work-related in the light of other possible motives such as his strained relationship with his estranged wife and inlaws, including the fact that his particular radio station is not engaged in hard-hitting commentaries but in promotion of alternative natural healing products, and reports that he figured in a fight with another person last month. Another SITG looking into the slay of Rogelio Butalid in Tagum City have already come up with an artist’s sketch of the gunman based on descriptions provided by a witness, he said.

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that indeed he has paid taxes to the government of the country where he earned them. Pacquiao is not being unjustly assessed to pay here what he has already paid abroad. For him not to be assessed payment of taxes for incomes earned abroad, he must submit the documents purporting such payment abroad. Pa c q u i a o f rom t h e ver y beginning said he had paid all the taxes due for incomes earned in the US. If this is true, then the BIR will not assess any income tax from him anymore since he has no tax liability in that case. And an amnesty is granted only after it is proved that the applicant for such tax amnesty indeed has tax liabilities. So how can the government grant amnesty to Pacquiao when, as what he has consistently claimed, he has no tax liabilities having paid them all already in the US? The tax amnesty move for Pacquiao presupposes that he has unpaid taxes here. It debunks Pacquiao’s own claim of having no tax liability whatsoever. The best thing Pacqiao should do is bring the needed documents sought by the BIR from him. If he can’t because he in reality has not paid his taxes in the US as claimed by that publication TMZ, then he has no other recourse but pay his taxes here and stop fighting in the US. But if he desires to fight in the US still, then he has to pay his taxes there. But I don’t think that if he does this he is already absolved of any tax liability here. Remember that bulk of his liability to the BIR were penalties and surcharges philipppine news agency for unpaid taxes that are

Dep Ed Cagayan de Oro City Conducts DLP and STEM Orientation By NORMA B. DELIMA, Ph D

The Dep Ed Division of Cagayan de Oro City conducted an Orientation on Dynamic Learning Program (DLP) and Science and Technology, English and Mathematics (STEM) Teaching on November 28-29, 2013 at the Division Conference Hall, 3rd Floor, Trinidad Building, Yacapin-Corrales Sts., Cagayan de Oro City participated in by the Secondary School Heads, and Faculty Presidents or DLP Coordinators. With its purpose of orienting the participants of the innovation to be rolled out to their respective clusters and sharing the STEM experience, both the participants and facilitators contributed to its success by sharing their experiences without inhibition and working actively with their team during the activities. Anchored by Education Program Supervisors Dr. Mary Ann Allera, Dr. Rowena H. Paraon and Madam Renee Baang, the very well planned orientation prospered. As per evaluation, Modified DLP in the Division of Cagayan

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as passengers on board seven pickups and one Toyota Grandia Van. He said the NPA attackers escaped using the same vehicles. Po l . Su p t . M i c h a e l Pareja, spokesperson of the PNP in Region 10, said that the NPA rebels carted away seven M16 rifles, three .45 caliber pistol, and three 9mm pistols. According to Pareja, the combined provincial and regional police action force led by De la Torre waged a hot pursuit of the communist rebels who fled to the mountain barangays of Damulog, Bukidnon. He said that the vehicle of the pursuing troops was hit by shrapnels of a land mine made out of an improvised explosive device planted in sitio Panamtapan. Pareja said that the troops did not suffer casualties. Hot pursuit operations have continued since Thursday afternoon. The attacked Thurday morning in Kibawe, about 48 kilometers southwest of the nearest city of Va-

the historic ride. The ride started from Mindanao Civic Center sports complex, in the capital town of Tubod with checkpoints in Butuan City, San Francsico town, Davao City, Malaybalay City, Cagayan de Oro City, Iligan City then back to Lanao del Norte for the awarding ceremony. The riders were released at exactly 9:00 pm on December 6, 2013 at 5-minute intervals from each other. The primary objective of the ride is to simply finish the route within the allotted time of 24 hours. First to finish was Dennis Pandi of Tacurong City, second was Joel Barallas from Cagayan de Oro City, third spot went to Omar Jalagat also from Cagayan

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emphasized in the STEM teaching. Many think that men are better than women in terms of Math and Science subjects. But what is real is in the mind, because in contrary, based on the result of the 2nd Citywide COWD Science and Math Quiz High School Category held last November 28, 2013 at Liceo de Cagayan University, the champion and the one next to her were both females, a proof that in this Millenial Generation, girls perform better than boys. Furthermore, the orientation was indeed fun, very informative, an eye-opener and so heart-warming.

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Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of Late APOLINARIA CADENAS, who died long time ago and is the owner of a parcel of land located at Banlas, Agoho, Mambajao, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 04000204466 designated as Cad. Lot No. 3866-A, containing an area of 110 square meters, more or less, is the subject of EXTRA-JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE, made and executed by the heirs of APOLINARIA CADENAS namely: LORENZO CADENAS, MARIA CADENAS, RICO C. BUCOG and CANDY C. BUCOG, all of legal ages, Filipinos and a residents of Banlas, Agoho, Mambajao, Camiguin, that the herein Heirs/Vendors are the surviving heirs. That this portion of land is the shares of Rico and Candy C. Bucog are the vendor of this Deed of Absolute Sale. That for and in consideration of the sum of FIFTEEN THOUSAND PESOS (P15,000.00) Philippine Currency in hand paid with entire satisfaction from ELSIE LADIO BROWN, hereby SELL, TRANSFER and CONVEY a portion of parcel of land unto ELSIE LADIO BROWN, herein Vendee. As per Doc. No. 81; Page 16; Book No. 42; Series of 2013; under Notary Public of ATTY. ANIANO S. PADERANGA

NOTICE is hereby given that the estate of ROMULA CASTILLOTE, who died intestate in RTR, Agusan del Norte on July 9, 1999, consisting of a real property (Lot -723, PLS-224) situated in Barangay Tag-uyango, Sibagat, Agusan del Sur covered by Original Certificate of Title No. (P-3749)- P2395 containing an area of 43,704 square meters, is the subject of an EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE made and entered into by deceased Romula Castillote’s sole heirs, namely, Lucibar G. Castillote, Miguel G. Castillote, Eduardo G. Castillote, heirs of Lolita Castillote-Gumapac, namely, Perlito M. Gumapac, Marilyn G. Lagrio, Randy C. Gumapac, and Sheralyn C. Gumapac, agreeing to divide and adjudicate among themselves above-described property, and for and in consideration of P200,000.00, sell, cede, transfer, and convey 21,852 square meters portion (Lot 723-A) of above-described parcel of land unto and in favor of Jaime P. Carlos, per Doc. No. 456; Page No. 92; Book No. 201; Series of 2013 of the Notarial Registry of Jesus Ma. James L. Bringas, Notary Public for and in the City of Butuan, and by virtue of an AFFIDAVIT OF CONFIRMATION, above-said deceased Romula Castillote’s sole heirs affirm and confirm and recognize that the area actually sold to Jaime P. Carlos is 27,301 square meters more or less after the land sold was resurveyed by Geodetic Engineer Rowell Romaguera, and the area with its technical description indicated in Original Certificate of Title No. (P-3749)-P 2395known as Lot-723, Pls-224, after it was reconstructed, contained 62,535 square meters based on the records on file with DENR-Caraga, Regional Records Office, per Doc. No. 455; Page No. 91; Book No. 201; Series of 2013 of the Notarial Registry of Jesus Ma. James. L. Bringas, Notary Public with PTR No. 0554889/01-03-13/Butuan.

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de Oro City is found to be an effective approach to teaching, though many would say it is good only for the homogeneous class since it utilizes the discovery approach. A general advantage on the part of the teacher is that it lessens their voice use. The downside is that students are less developed in their oral communications skills, as resulted from the findings of Charlotte S. Dakay in her study on DLP implementation complexities. Encouraging the female students to enrol a course generally dominated by men is one of the salient points

lencia in Bukidnon, was one of the series of attacks waged by the communist NPA rebels in Northern Mindanao this year. In February 2013, about 60 NPA rebels on board van-typed vehicles and trucks attacked the Del Monte Pineapple’s operation headquarters in Camp Philipps, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon and killed a company security guard and wounding three others. The communist guerrillas also ambushed the convoy of ten Gingoog City Mayor Ruthie de Larra on the outskirts of Gingoog as the midterm elections this year near. De Lara survived but her two closest bodyguards were killed while a police officer was also wounded in the ambush.

de Oro City. Other riders who successfully completed the ride were Allan Bigcas, Clyde Gordiel and Arcie Cruz. The registration fee was pegged at P1,500 only which entitled riders to a Lanao del Norte t-shirt, a basket of local OTOP products, and a certificate. The finishers also received a special patch for their achievement, a trophy and a finisher’s certificate. The Mindanao EnduRun is part of the Lanao del Norte Motorsports Weekend, which also includes a national motocross competition and the highly anticipated All-Star Celebrity Basketball game featuring movie and TV personalities from Manila. (VNL & LAR/PIO-LDN) NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that the estate of CONSTANCIO J. CEPRA, who died intestate on September 13, 1988 at Bilay, Butuan City, consisting of 2.7519 hectares of land situated at Bilay, Butuan City,under TD. No. 08-10-0001-00495 registered unto his father Fortunato Cepra under T-14739, is the subject of an EXTRA-JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT AMONG HEIRS OF CONSTANCIO J. CEPRA made and entered into by deceased Constancio J. Cepra’s surviving heirs, who agreed to divide and settle aforementioned estate in the following manner: Parcel I-ROSEMINDA CEPRA-ENOC - A parcel of land (Lot 5112-B-5, Psd13-019805, being a portion of lot 5112-B, Psd-13-000180) situated in Barangay Amparo, Butuan City, containing an area of 4,586 square meters; Parcel II –BIENVENIDO J. CEPRA – A parcel of land (Lot 5112B-6, Psd-13-019805, being a portion of lot 5-B, Psd-13-000180) situated in Barangay Amparo, Butuan City, containing an area of 4,586 square meters; Parcel III-FORTUNATO J. CEPRA – A parcel of land (Lot 5112-B-3, Psd-13-019805, being a portion of lot 5112-B, Psd-13-000180) situated in Barangay Amparo, Butuan City, containing an area of 4,586 square meters; Parcel IV- DEMOCRITO J. CEPRA – A parcel of land (Lot 5112-B-4, Psd-13-019805, being a portion of lot 5112-B, Psd13-000180) situated in Barangay Amparo, Butuan City containing an area of 4,586 square meters; Parcel V- CONSTANCIO J. CEPRA, JR.- A parcel of land (Lot 5112-B-2. Psd-13-019805, being a portion of lot 5112-B, Psd-13-000180) situated in Barangay Amparo, Butuan City, containing an area of 4,586 square meters; and Parcel VI- CAMILO J. CEPRA – A parcel of land (Lot 5112-B-1, Psd-13-019805, being a portion of lot 5112-B, Psd-13-000180) situated in Barangay Amparo, Butuan City, containing an area of 4,586 square meters, per Doc. No. 60; Page No. 06; Book No. CXIII; Series sof 2013 of the Notarial Registry of Atty. Richard L. Lamigo, Notary Public for and in the City of Butuan with PTR No. 0554822 1-02-2013. MDN: Dec. 6, 13 & 20, 2013


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SEA Games: Olympian Barriga struggles before booking semis berth over Vietnamese foe


ark Anthony Barriga assured himself of at least a bronze medal, but not before some anxious moments in his men’s light flyweight bout in the 27th Southeast Asian Games on Tuesday at the Wanna Theikdi Stadium in Naypyitaw. The 2012 London Olympian scored a split decision against Vietnam’s Huynh Ngoc Tan and advance to the semifinals, joining several other Filipino pugs who are already assured of a medal finish in the biennial meet. But Barriga, fighting a bit sluggish, needed an impressive third round to beat his aggressive Vietnamese opponent. Barriga admitted he is still suffering from jetlag. He traveled to Myanmar a day

Mark Anthony Barriga

after arriving from Italy, where he had been training for a month. “Inaantok ako, hindi ako makasuntok. Mabigat ang mga paa ko,” Barriga admitted. “Mabuti na lang at naka-una ako nung first round at may natitira pa akong lakas nung third. Kung

hindi, baka nadisgrasya pa ako kasi agresibo siya nung second round.” “Masama ang kondisyon ko, sabi ng mga coaches ko, jetlag daw ito,” Barriga added. Lightweight Junel Cantancio scored a unanimous decision over

Keochi Xayyasone of Laos also on Tuesday, joining light welterweight Dennis Galvan, flyweight Rey Saludar, bantamweight Mario Fernandez, welterweight Wilfredo Lopez, bantamweight Iris Magno, flyweight Maricris Igam, and light flyweight Josie

Gabuco in the semifinal round of their respective weight classes. Featherweight Nesthy Petecio will be going for the gold after a unanimous decision win over Tassamalee Tsongjan of Thailand on Monday. - Reuben Terrado, SPIN

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