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NPAs capture soldier
accused of protecting logging operations
AVAO City-Communist rebels have captured a government soldier who was accused of protecting logging operations in Davao del Norte province.
The regular session of the City Council this week was conducted with no power on as rotating brownouts in Cagayan de Oro City have been effected beginning last week. The brownouts last for at least 3 hours in one area but could go for 6 hours. The scheduling of the brownouts, however, is not clear as to which hours per area causing confusion among consumers. Photo by Gerry Lee Gorit of Mindanao Daily News
Power outages worsen as water levels in Lake Lanao, Pulangi dip By Froilan Gallardo of MindaNews
CAGAYAN de Oro City-Water in Lake Lanao and Pulangi River, Mindanao’s main sources of electric power, had reached record-
low levels on Monday forcing power utilities to enforce six-hour to 10-hour rotational brownouts in almost all major cities in the island. Ralph Paguio, vice president of the Cagayan Electric
MILF armed forces stay despite passage of BBL CAGAYAN de Oro City-The Bangsamoro Armed Forces, the military arm of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), will continue to exist even if Congress passes the Bangsamoro Basic Law, a senior MILF official said. Second Vice Chairman Ustadz Ali ‘Solaiman, of the MILF Central Committee, said that once Congress passed the BBL, the MILF armed component and the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) will adopt a
Health officials declare measles outbreak in Surigao City u4
Villanueva to hold boxing tournament on June 16
By GERRY LEE GORIT
By CRIS DIAZ Executive Editor
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Misortel manager gets threats
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CAGAYAN de Oro City-Misamis Oriental Telephone Company (Misortel) General Manager Fernando Vincent Dy Jr. has confirmed reports that he has received anonymous prank calls and threats sent through text messages. Dy said someone in his position would naturally become a target especially because of the recent arrests made against cable wires thieves. However, he considered the threats as job-related and not personal. He added that has reported the matter to the police. “Dili malikayan nay
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“status of mutual respect.” Under the status of mutual respect, the MILF will join forces with the AFP in running after criminals within the confined Bansamoro territory. Solaiman said that the AFP and the MILF will, at all times, coordinate with each other in the execution of military operations within the Bangsamoro homeland. At the moment, the MILF armed forces are on standby after the government negotiating panel and the MILF signed the Bangsamoro Framework Agreement (BFA) in Oc-
Power and Light Company (CEPALCO) said they were informed that the water level in Lake Lanao fell to 699.4 meters Monday, dangerously close to the critical level of 699.15 meters. Paguio said this has
forced CEPALCO, Cagayan de Oro’s major power distributor, to impose a 7.5-hour daily rotational brownout across the city starting Tuesday night. The Pulangi River in
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By IRENE ANIBONG and DODO CANOY Contributors
VILLANUEVA, Misamis Oriental––The local government of Villanueva, under the administration of Mayor Julio Uy––and his wife second district Rep. Juliete Uy, will host a Mini Flyweight Division Boxing Tournament on June 16, coinciding with the town’s “Araw ng Villanueva.” Harry del Puerto, boxing promoter and organizer of the Games and Amusement Board (GAB), said See BOXING, page 11
tober last year. He said that the signing of the draft of the Bangsamoro Basic Law on April 20, 2014 signaled the start of the transition period as embodied in the annexes of t he B angs amoro Framework Agreement. The predominantly Moslem community in Mindanao is pushing for Congress to pass the BBL to pave the way for the implementation of the BFA annexes that focus on transition government, wealth sharing, and security LETTER REQUEST. Misamis Oriental Governor Yevgeny Vincente B. Emano issues, Solaiman said. reads the letter request from residents of Naawan town during his municipal visit on The elusive Solaiman, Monday. As his administration values people, the governor goes to barangays to perSee stay, page 2
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Construction of P2.6b Oro ‘skyway’ pushed By CRIS DIAZ Executive Editor
CAGAYAN de Oro City--A lawmaker here is pushing for the construction of a 2.4 kilometer Skyway that would cost P 2.6 billion to ease the traffic congestion in the central district of this trading hub in Northern Mindanao. Rep. Rufus Rodriguez, 2nd District of Cagayan De Oro, said on Tuesday that he has requested the Department of Public Works and Highway (DPWH) to fast track the inclusion of the project in the DPWH budget for 2015. He said that the proposed Skyway would be known as the “JR BorjaCarmen-Patag Skyway”, which would start from JR Borja Extension near a private hospital that would pass through the Cogon Market toward the JR Borja Bridge.
“The initial program of works would be the first approach of the first section with a linear length of 1.6 kilometers,” Rodriguez added. Rodriguez said that the second approach of the first section will follow the existing Max Suniel Street that intersects with Villarin Street in Carmen with a linear length of 1.26 kilometers. The second section will start from Villarin Street near the country hotel in Barangay Patag after the army’s 4th Infantry Division road with a length of 780 meters long. According to Rodrigue z, t he Sky way w i l l ease traffic in the city’s commercial district and allows the smooth and expedited transport of goods and services that would certainly benefit the city’s economy. He said he has also
requested the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) to endorse the Cagayan De Oro City Skyway, the first
Skyway in Mindanao, to the Department of Budget and Management. “I would discuss with the DPWH Secretary Ro-
gelio Singson and Under Secretar y Romy Momo for the possible sources to fund the Cagayan De Oro Skyway,” Rodriguez said.
Rep. Rufus B. Rodriguez, (2nd from left), Mayor Oscar Moreno, Abamin Party List Maximo Rodriguez, Jr. (left) and Col. Taylan acknowledges the honor guard from the IVth Infantry Division before laying flower wreaths at the Jose Rizal Monument in Divisoria Plaza to honor our heroes against the Japanese during the Second World War. KENDISCHAVES
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who spoke only in native Maranao dialect throughout the interview, holds office in Camp Bushra, the second largest MILF camp based in Lanao Del Sur. The the other MILF camp
is headed by First Vice C hai r man Mohag he r Iqbal in the province of Maguindanao. Dr. Bashary Latiph, a medical practitioner and leader of the Ranaw Confederation for Peace, acts as the interpreter throughout the interview with select media.
Misor to deliver basic services to Balingoan MISAMIS Oriental––The provincial government of Misamis Oriental has scheduled the next delivery of medical and social services to the coastal town of Balingoan, some 100 kms east of the provincial capitol in Cagayan De Oro City on Friday. Governor Yevgeny Vincente Emano said on Tuesday that provincial government expects to deliver the free medical and social outreach program to the town’s nine fishing and farming villages there. He said that the provincial government would deliver the basic government services directly to the village people of Balingoan. The services include free circumcision, free body massage, free haircut, free distribution of fruit and vegetable seedlings for upland and lowland farmers, free medical consultation with free medicines, free eye check up and eyeglasses, and supplemental feeding, the Governor said. He said that a mass wedding is also scheduled for those who were living together without the benefit of church and civil marriage. “We are going to provide the newlywed couples with free cakes,” Emano said.. The provincial program dubbed as “Bililhon Ang Matag Baryohanon Ipalambo Sa Misamis Oriental” (The people in the villages are invaluable) or acronym “BAMBI” in MisOr, has already benefited some 10,000 provincial residents in two municipal towns since its launching two months ago. Emano said that the delivery of basic services to the people in the province far flung villages is part of the commitment of his administration to serve the people for as long as he is the governor of Misamis Oriental. CD/PPO
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Obama asks PHL to join trade pact
Solon asks House to take on reforms in Charter’s economic provisions
ays after US President Barack Obama’s visit, Va l e n z u e l a C i t y R e p. Sherwin T. Gatchalian urged the House to immediately discuss on the floor the easing of the Constitution’s economic provisions to prepare for the TransPacific Partnership (TPP). The TPP is described by the Foreign Affairs department as “a highstandard trade arrangement that will shape the global and regional economic architecture in the 21st century.” During the joint press conference last week, Obama urged Pres. Benigno S.C. Aquino III to “seize the opportunity he’s (Aquino) created by opening the next phase of economic reform and growth.” If the countr y joins t h e T P P, it w i l l h av e access to a market of 800 million consumers, said US Ambassador to the Philippines Philip Goldberg in a meeting with the Makati Business Club last February. However, becoming a member to the 12-nation economic blo c, w hich already includes Singapore, Viet Nam, and Malaysia, is not easy as it requires implementation of “marketliberalizing measures,” the ambassador added. Gatchalian, a majority member for the House
committee on Trade and Industry, asked the chamber to discuss proposed economic reforms in the Constitution soon, noting it is a step to membership in the TPP. “The House must grab the chance to bring a significant economic improvement to the Philippines by enabling the country to join the TPP. One measure we should do to be a TPP member is to relax the restrictive economic provisions in the Constitution. Time is of the essence here, so the matter should be immediately discussed on the floor,” he said. Gatchalian explained the benefits of joining the TPP: “The trade pact will boost the demand for local products once we reach more consumers and in turn will create muchneeded jobs. The country stands to gain a lot from joining the partnership and may incur a significant opportunity loss if it does not.” He added that the TPP will improve the country’s foreign direct investment (FDI) record, which stood at nearly $2.8 billion in 2012 (preliminary, total net inflow) compared to Singapore’s $56.17 billion and even Viet Nam’s $8.37 billion, based on data from the Association of Southeast
Zamboanga City marks increase in business permits registration in Q1 By R.G. Antonet A. Go
ZAMBOANGA City The city government has marked an increase of 1,291 business permits that were registered during the first quarter of this year compared to that of the previous period. City Permits and Licensing Division (CPLD) chief Benjie Barredo made the announcement Tuesday (May 6), citing the registered business permits for the first quarter of this year have reached 7,923 compared to that of the same period last year of 6,632. Barredo attributed the increase to the 30-minute scheme adopted by his office in processing business permit whether it is
for renewal or new application. Under the 30-minute scheme, Barredo’s office immediately issues a temporary permit to operate a business and the businessmen were given three months to complete and submit their requirements. The temporary permit is deemed revoked once they fail to secure and submit all the requirements to the CPLD in three months’ time. Barredo said that majority of the businesses that were registered during the first quarter of this year are food establishments, internet cafes, and sarisari stores. He said they are targeting to register at least 10,000 businesses this year. (PNA)
Asian Nations (ASEAN). “ Tr a d e b e n e f it s a l l partners. The trade pact will allow for increased FDI as businessmen will invest their mone y in the Philippines and open shops here. Job creation is stimulated as a result.”
Land ownership However, Gatchalian stood firm in his conviction that foreign ownership of land should be left out of the equation. “If we allow foreign businessmen to acquire land, unemployment will
NOTICE to All CEPALCO Customers Subject: Load Shedding Schedule & Groupings for May 7 to 8, 2014
Due to the Continuing Power Supply Shortage in Mindanao The Cagayan Electric Power & Light Company, Inc. [CEPALCO] would like to inform all customers that due to the continuing power supply curtailments being implemented by the National Grid Corporation of the Phils. [NGCP] all over Mindanao because of the Mindanao–wide power shortage, CEPALCO is constrained to implement rotating brownouts within its service area.
CEPALCO however would like to caution customers that the actual switch off and switch on time may vary from the announced schedules depending on the actual load curtailment levels imposed by NGCP on CEPALCO. Please see below the DAILY LOAD SHEDDING SCHEDULE AND FEEDER GROUPINGS covering 4hour rotating brownouts within the CEPALCO service area for the period May 7 to 8, 2014 due to the further reduction of Cepalco’s HOURLY LOAD TO MAINTAIN relative to the continuing power supply curtailments imposed by the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) all over Mindanao. Again, actual brownouts MAY or MAY NOT HAPPEN, depending on instructions from NGCP. CEPALCO will be coming out with a new advisory on the rotating brownouts by May 8 as new curtailment levels are expected with the scheduled coming in by May 8 of additional power supply to the Mindanao Grid from STEAG.
May 7, 2014 May 8, 2014
Time of Brownouts
8:30 AM to 12:30 NN (4 hours) Group 1
12:30 NN to 4:30 PM (4 hours)
4:30 PM to 8:30 PM (4 hours)
Camaman-an Feeder 3 Camaman-an Feeder 2 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Tagoloan Feeder 2 Macasandig Feeder 1 Tagoloan Feeder 1 Carmen Feeder 1 Carmen Feeder 3
Group 3 Camaman-an Feeder 1 Baloy Feeder 2 Pueblo Feeder 1 Carmen Feeder 2 Pueblo Feeder 2
Below are the barangays arranged alphabetically and some landmarks within CEPALCO franchise area and their respective feeders. AREA FEEDER AGUSAN Tagoloan Feeder 1 BALUBAL Tagoloan Feeder 1 BALULANG - Lower Balulang Carmen Feeder 1 BALULANG - Upper Balulang Pueblo Feeder 2 BAYABAS - Greater portion of Bayabas Carmen Feeder 2 BAYABAS - Portion near Manila Broadcasting Stn Camaman-an Feeder 4 BONBON Carmen Feeder 2 BUGO Tagoloan Feeder 1 BULUA - ABS-CBN Complex Carmen Feeder 3 BULUA - Anhawon, Soldier’s Hills Carmen Feeder 3 BULUA - Apovel Subd., Terry Hills Carmen Feeder 3 BULUA - Bollozos Funeral Parlor Camaman-an Feeder 4 BULUA - Bulua Rotunda Carmen Feeder 3 BULUA - Greater part of Bulua Carmen Feeder 3 BULUA - RTMI/Toyota/Honda Camaman-an Feeder 4 BULUA - Vjandep Commissary Camaman-an Feeder 4 BULUA - Westbound Terminal Area Camaman-an Feeder 4 CAMAMAN-AN - Adela Camaman-an Feeder 1 CAMAMAN-AN - Alegria Hills Camaman-an Feeder 4 CAMAMAN-AN - Bontong, Bolonsiri Camaman-an Feeder 4 CAMAMAN-AN - Greater portion of Camaman-an Camaman-an Feeder 4 CAMAMAN-AN - Hayes St. Camaman-an Feeder 1 CAMAMAN-AN - JR Borja Extension (Macajalar to Cronin) Camaman-an Feeder 3 CAMAMAN-AN - San Jose and St. Vianney Seminaries Camaman-an Feeder 4 CAMAMAN-AN - Tipolohon, Upper Camaman-an Camaman-an Feeder 4 CARMEN - Carmen Market and vicinity Carmen Feeder 1 CARMEN - City Landfill Pueblo Feeder 1 CARMEN - Country Village Hotel Pueblo Feeder 1 CARMEN - Dagong Pueblo Feeder 1 CARMEN - Ferrabrel St. Carmen Feeder 2 CARMEN - Gaisano Carmen Pueblo Feeder 1 CARMEN - Golden Village, DOH-10, JR Borja Memorial Hospital Pueblo Feeder 1 CARMEN - Gumamela Ext. Carmen Feeder 1 CARMEN - Liceo de Cagayan University, GSIS Carmen Feeder 2 CARMEN - Macanhan Carmen Feeder 1 CARMEN - Maharlika Police HQ Carmen Feeder 1 CARMEN - Mango St. Carmen Feeder 2 CARMEN - Marigold St. Carmen Feeder 2 CARMEN - Max Suniel St. (from Villarin to Philcom) Pueblo Feeder 1 CARMEN - Max Suniel St. (from COC to Vamenta) Carmen Feeder 1 CARMEN - Middleton Apartelle Pueblo Feeder 1
AREA CARMEN - Pueblo de Oro CARMEN - Rosal St. CARMEN - Silver Creek Subd. CARMEN - Upper Carmen (SM, Pryce Plaza, SEARSOLIN) CARMEN - Oro Vista CARMEN - Vamenta Blvd (from Poldo’s to Liceo) CARMEN - Vamenta Blvd (from Max Suniel to Ilaya) CARMEN - Villarin St. (NIA, Country Village, St. Mary’s) CARMEN - Villarin St. (portion near DOTC) CARMEN - Waling-waling St. (up to GSIS) CARMEN - Yakal St. CONSOLACION CUGMAN FS CATANICO GUSA IPONAN INDAHAG - Indahag proper INDAHAG - Taguanao KAUSWAGAN - Bongbongon (NHA) KAUSWAGAN - Capisnon KAUSWAGAN - RER Phase 1 & 2, Savemore KAUSWAGAN - Other areas in Kauswagan LAPASAN - Agora (Market City) LAPASAN - Greater portion of Lapasan LAPASAN - Lapasan-Camaman-an Rd LUMBIA - Greater part of Lumbia LUMBIA - Gran Europa, Lumbia Airport
rise as these lands will likely be converted to industrial or residential properties and farmers cannot easily shift to long-term jobs in other industries. What will happen to our farmers if they lose their lands?” he argued.
FEEDER Pueblo Feeder 2 Carmen Feeder 2 Pueblo Feeder 2 Pueblo Feeder 1 Pueblo Feeder 1 Carmen Feeder 2 Carmen Feeder 1 Pueblo Feeder 1 Carmen Feeder 3 Carmen Feeder 2 Carmen Feeder 2 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Baloy Feeder 2 Baloy Feeder 2 Baloy Feeder 2 Carmen Feeder 3 Baloy Feeder 2 Macasandig Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Carmen Feeder 2 Baloy Feeder 2 Baloy Feeder 2 Baloy Feeder 2 Pueblo Feeder 2 Pueblo Feeder 2 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Macasandig Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 2 Macasandig Feeder 1 Macasandig Feeder 1 Macasandig Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 2 Macasandig Feeder 1 Macasandig Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 2 Macasandig Feeder 1 Macasandig Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 2 Macasandig Feeder 1 Carmen Feeder 3 Carmen Feeder 3
The House committee on Constitutional Amendments has already approved the resolution proposing amendments to certain economic provisions of the Constitution. A committee report has been submitted last March.
AREA PATAG - Tejero Subd., Salcedo Village PATAG - Molawan St. PUERTO - Puerto Market and vicinity, Upper Puerto, Ala-e PUNTOD TABLON - Tablon proper to Nestlé TABLON - Suy Sing Warehouse to Baloy proper
FEEDER Camaman-an Feeder 4 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Tagoloan Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Tagoloan Feeder 1 Baloy Feeder 2
TAGOLOAN – VILLANUEVA – JASAAN AREA Portion of Natumulan old road from El Mundo down to Casinglot, Tagoloan All other areas in Tagoloan All of Villanueva All of Jasaan
Below are the groupings by feeders.
AREA CARMEN - Pueblo de Oro CARMEN - Rosal St. CARMEN - Silver Creek Subd. CARMEN - Upper Carmen (SM, Pryce Plaza, SEARSOLIN) CARMEN - Oro Vista CARMEN - Vamenta Blvd (from Poldo’s to Liceo) CARMEN - Vamenta Blvd (from Max Suniel to Ilaya) CARMEN - Villarin St. (NIA, Country Village, St. Mary’s) CARMEN - Villarin St. (portion near DOTC) CARMEN - Waling-waling St. (up to GSIS) CARMEN - Yakal St. CONSOLACION CUGMAN FS CATANICO GUSA IPONAN INDAHAG - Indahag proper INDAHAG - Taguanao KAUSWAGAN - Bongbongon (NHA) KAUSWAGAN - Capisnon KAUSWAGAN - RER Phase 1 & 2, Savemore KAUSWAGAN - Other areas in Kauswagan LAPASAN - Agora (Market City) LAPASAN - Greater portion of Lapasan LAPASAN - Lapasan-Camaman-an Rd LUMBIA - Greater part of Lumbia LUMBIA - Gran Europa, Lumbia Airport MACABALAN MACASANDIG NAZARETH - 12th (from Hayes to 21st) NAZARETH - 14th (from 10th to 26th) NAZARETH - 15th (from 9th to 26th) NAZARETH - 16th (from 9th to 11th) NAZARETH - 21st (from 12th to 2nd) NAZARETH - 21st (from 27th to 14th) NAZARETH - 26th (from 15th to Apollo St., Macasandig) NAZARETH - 6th (from 21st to Tomas Saco) NAZARETH - Lourdes College, XU Grade School NAZARETH - Nazareth Brgy. Hall, Tennis Court, Gym NAZARETH - Ramonal Village NAZARETH - Tomas Saco St. PATAG - Greater portion of Patag PATAG - Camp Evangelista
FEEDER Pueblo Feeder 2 Carmen Feeder 2 Pueblo Feeder 2 Pueblo Feeder 1 Pueblo Feeder 1 Carmen Feeder 2 Carmen Feeder 1 Pueblo Feeder 1 Carmen Feeder 3 Carmen Feeder 2 Carmen Feeder 2 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Baloy Feeder 2 Baloy Feeder 2 Baloy Feeder 2 Carmen Feeder 3 Baloy Feeder 2 Macasandig Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Carmen Feeder 2 Baloy Feeder 2 Baloy Feeder 2 Baloy Feeder 2 Pueblo Feeder 2 Pueblo Feeder 2
FEEDER Tagoloan Feeder 1 Tagoloan Feeder 2 Tagoloan Feeder 2 Tagoloan Feeder 2
AREAS IN CAGAYAN DE ORO POBLACION POBLACION AREA A. Luna St. (from Corrales to A. Velez) A. Luna St. (Mabulay Subd) A. Velez St. (from A. Luna to Macahambus), MOGCHS A. Velez St. (from Yacapin to Fernandez) Abejuela St. (from Burgos to Velez) Abejuela St. (from Velez to Pabayo) Akut St. Burgos St. (from Montalban to Abellanosa) Burgos St. (from T.Chaves to Gomez) C. Pacana St. (from Capistrano to Burgos) C. Pacana St. (from Pabayo to Velez) Capistrano St. (from Cruz Taal to Mabini) Capistrano St. (from Echem to Abellanosa) Capistrano St. (St. Augustine Cathedral) Capt. V. Roa St. (CM Recto to R. Chaves) CM Recto Ave. (from Agora Road Jct to Maharlika Bridge) Corrales Ave. (from FICCO to Justo Ramonal) Corrales Ext. Cruz Taal St. (from Burgos to Tiano) Cruz Taal St. (from Pabayo to Velez) Daumar St. (from Hayes to JR Borja) Del Pilar St. Echem St. Fernandez (Dolores) St. (from City Museum to Tomas Saco) Gaabucayan St. Gaerlan St. Gomez St. (from Capistrano to Burgos)
FEEDER Carmen Feeder 2 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Carmen Feeder 2 Camaman-an Feeder 1 Macasandig Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Carmen Feeder 2 Macasandig Feeder 1 Macasandig Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 1 Macasandig Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Macasandig Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Camaman-an Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Macasandig Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 1 Carmen Feeder 2 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Macasandig Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Camaman-an Feeder 1 Macasandig Feeder 1
POBLACION AREA Hayes St. (from Capt. V. Roa to Camaman-an) Hayes St. (Maria Reyna Hospital) Hayes St. (from Daumar to Pabayo) Hayes St. (Hall of Justice) Hayes St. (from Burgos to Velez) JR Borja (from Velez to Capistrano) JR Borja St. (from Capistrano to Burgos) JR Borja St. (from Capt. V. Roa to Mortola) JR Borja St. (from Capt. V. Roa to Roxas) JR Borja St. (from Velez to Mortola) Julio Pacana St. Limketkai Center Limketkai Drive Mabini St. (from Velez to Capistrano) Macahambus St. (from Velez to Burgos) Magsaysay St. Montalban St. (from Tiano to Burgos) Mortola St. (from Hayes to JR Borja) Nacalaban St. Osmeña Ext. Osmeña St. (from A. Luna to Hayes) Osmeña St. (from CM Recto to Florentino St LKKC) Pabayo St. Provincial Capitol-NMMC Area Quirino St. Ramon Chaves St. Ramonal Ext.(from Sto. Nino to Capt. V. Roa) Tiano Bros. (from Mabini to Gomez) Tirso Neri (from Pabayo to Jollibee Divisoria) Toribio Chaves (from Burgos to Tiano) Toribio Chaves (from Corrales to Tiano) Yacapin Ext. Yacapin St. (from Capistrano to Burgos) Yacapin St. (from Corrales to Capistrano)
FEEDER Camaman-an Feeder 2 Camaman-an Feeder 2 Camaman-an Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 1 Macasandig Feeder 1 Macasandig Feeder 1 Macasandig Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 2 Baloy Feeder 2 Camaman-an Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Baloy Feeder 2 Macasandig Feeder 1 Carmen Feeder 2 Carmen Feeder 2 Carmen Feeder 2 Camaman-an Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Baloy Feeder 2 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Camaman-an Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 4 Camaman-an Feeder 2 Camaman-an Feeder 2 Camaman-an Feeder 2 Macasandig Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 1 Macasandig Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 2 Macasandig Feeder 1 Camaman-an Feeder 1
We hope all CEPALCO customers & the public in general will be guided by this announcement.
Released by: Marilyn A. Chavez Senior Manager Customer & Community Relations Dept.
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Measles outbreak declared in Surigao Ybiernas added one patient died last April URIGAO City––A measles outbreak 2 in a private hospital was declared in the city on Satur- here. He said their office day after the disease was found to recorded some 20 cases have downed several persons, mostly of measles ever y week. The official noted that children, an official said. Barangays Taft, WashingR o m u l o Y b i e r n a s , said the number of vic- ton, Canlanipa and Rizal chief epidemiologist at t i m s h a d re a c h e d 1 2 4 have the most number of victims of this air-borne the City Health Office, cases as of Monday.
By Roel Catoto of MindaNews
Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province of Agusan del Norte Municipality of Carmen NOTICE OF PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. Act No. 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public that JOSE C. ABUCEJO has filed with this Office a petition for Change of First Name from JOSE to PEPE in the Birth Certificate of JOSE CASINILLO ABUCEJO who was born on December 20, 1951 at Carmen, Agusan del Norte and whose parents are MAXIMO MACARAYO ABUCEJO and ANDREA SALGO CASINILLO. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than May 21, 2014. (SGD.) ANITA T. ESPINOSA Municipal Civil Registrar MDN: May 7 & 14, 2014
Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT 10th Judicial Region Branch _____ Hall of Justice Libertad, Butuan City ANN CARLYN GARRIDO MONTECLARO ) Petitioner, ) ) -Versus- ) ) JANIBEN MORGADO MONTECLARO, ) Respondent. ) X________________________________ )
CIVIL CASE NO. 6800 - - - FOR; DECLARATION OF NULLITY OF MARRIAGE
PETITION COMES NOW, the herein Petitioner, through the undersigned Counsel and under the Honorable Court, most respectfully avers: 1. That the Petitioner is a Filipino, of legal age, married and a resident of Block 4, Lot 11, Emenvil Subdivision,Ambago, Butuan City, Philippines; 2. That the herein Respondent is likewise Filipino, of legal age, married and a resident of Poblacion 1, Santiago, Agusan del Norte, particularly in the house of his cousin, MYRNA MORGADO MAR; 3. That the herein Petitioner and Respondent were in a marriage proceedings, solemnized by a church minister, REV. BENJAMIN RODRIGUEZ, JR. (P.C.C.C.) last February 10, 2002 at 11:00 A.M. in San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines. A copy of said Certificate of Marriage is hereto attached in this Petition, being marked as ANNEX “A”; 4. That their union produced TWO (2) children who were always under the care and custody of the herein Petitioner; 5. That the herein couple do not have any valuable Real and Personal Properties to be shared or divided; 6. That few months after their marriage, the herein Respondent has been making some extra-marital affairs that has been observed by the herein Petitioner; 7. That it was only in the year 2009 that the herein Respondent decided to leave or vacate from their conjugal dwelling and lived with his Mistress by the name JHONA BADILLO who is currently pregnant or about to deliver a child; 8. That Respondent never borthered to care and give financial support to his children; 9. That the herein Respondent was PSYCHOLOGICALLY INCAPACITATED before, during and after marriage and said psychological problem is highly INCURABLE, though it was NOT discovered earlier by the herein Petitioner; 10. That the Respondent at the time of the celebration of marriage was psychologically incapacitated to comply with the following marital obligation to wit A. To live together, observe marital love, respect and fidelity and render mutual help and support (Article 68; Family Code) B. Respondent violated his essential marital obligations by failure not only to render help and support but in showing overt acts that clearly indicates his emotional abuse upon her. 11. The incapacity of the Respondent to comply with the essential marital obligations as discussed above, became manifest and apparent only after the solemnization of the marriage between him and the Petitioner although it was already present even before the marriage was solemnized; 12. Respondent’s inability to comply with the aforesaid essential marital obligation is rooted in grave psychological illness on his part that existed even before his marriage to the herein Petitioner and is permanent and incurable. The Psychologist will testify on the specific
psychological illness of the Respondent. PRAYER WHEREFORE, above-premises considered, Petitioner most respectfully pray unto the Honorable Court that after hearing and trial in due course, a judgment be rendered: A. Declaring the marriage between Petitioner and Respondent to be NULL AND VOID AB INITIO due to psychological incapacity of the Respondent to fulfill his essential marital obligations; B. Ordering the Local Civil Registrar of Butuan City to render judgment to NULLITY OF MARRIAGE of the parties in the appropriate registry. Petitioner prays for such other reliefs and remedies ass maybe just and equitable under the premises. Buenavista, Agusan del Norte, for Butuan City, Philippines, February 17, 2014. (SGD.) ATTY. PABLO B. LAPA Counsel for the Petitioner Buenavista, Agusan del Norte, Philippines ATTY.’S ROLL NO: 24833 IBP O.R. No: 950920 February 10, 2014, Butuan City MCLE Compliance IV: January 18-19, 2013 Lanang, Davao City PTR No: 2069180, Issued January 2, 2014 TIN No: 406 – 310- 386 – 000
VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION I, ANN CARLYN GARRIDO MONTECLARO, after being sworn to in accordance to law, do hereby depose and say: 1. That I am the Petitioner in the above-entitled PETITION, I have read all the allegations contained therein and that the same are true and correct to the best of my personal knowledge, information, and belief based on authentic records. 2. I hereby certify that I have not theretofore commenced any action involving the same issues in any Court, Tribunal, or quasi-judicial agency and to the best of my knowledge, no such action is pending therein. If I should thereafter learn that the same or similar action has been filed or is pending, I shall report that fact within FIVE (5) DAYS therefrom to the Honorable Court. (SGD.) ANN CARLYN GARRIDO MONTECLAROS Affiant / Petittioner SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me this 17th day of February 2014 at Buenavista, Agusan del Norte, Philippines. Affiant exhibited to me her proofs of identification. (SGD.) PABLO B. LAPA Notary Public Doc. No: 58; Until December 31, 2014 Page No: 10; PTR No: 2069180 Issued January 2, 2014 Book No: 1; at Buenavista, Agusan del Norte, Philippines Series of 2014. TIN No: 406 – 310 – 386 – 000 COPY FURNISHED: THE SOLICITOR GENERAL 134 Amorsolo Street Legaspi Village\ Makati City, Philippines.
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disease. “ This has something t o d o w i t h s a n i t at i o n in these areas and only means that these areas are not clean,” he said. Ybiernas also warned that even older people should not take chances saying the disease has not spared some adults. “We have a patient and his age is 54 and there are few adults,” he told MindaNews on Sunday. He said 53 percent of those hit by measles were males while 68 percent belonged had ages 0-10 years old. On Saturday, the Surigao City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council formulated an
Incident Command System for measles outbreak in resp ons e to t he increasing cases of victims. The city also set up two operation centers, one at the Surigao Park and one in Barangay Taft. “These are composed of physician, nurs es, sanitary inspectors, medical technologist, nut r it i on i st , b ar ang ay health workers, among o t h e r s ,” s a i d A n n e t t e Villaces, City Information Officer. She said the city government is now undertaking massive vaccinat i on for a l l s u s p e c t e d patients. A repor t from Roel N. Catoto of MindaNews
57 individuals finish incident command system in Surigao City By Susil D. Ragas of PIA-Caraga
SURIGAO City--Fifty seven individuals have successfully completed the Incident Command System (ICS) Basic Course Training Workshop conducted on April 28 to 30, 2014 at the City Cultural Center, this city. The participants who successfully completed the ICS basic course are the members of the City DRRMC, Barangay DRRMC chairpersons and city department heads. They will be constituted as the core member of the soon to be organized Incident Management Team (IMT). City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council chair and City Mayor Ernesto T. Matugas, in his message delivered by CDRRM Officer Atty. Manuel G. Coro commended the patience and efforts of all the participants for staying and surviving the very tough and rigid seminar. Coro also commended the effort of the very competitive and knowledgeable resource speakers for sharing their knowledge and skills. “May I remind all of you who have successfully completed the ICS basic course that you are now the city government’s frontline responders of any incidents, calamities, and other adversities, and please always bear in mind that safety and protection of our constituents will always be our number one priority,” Matugas said. The three-day ICS training workshop was spearheaded by the city government of Surigao through the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council in cooperation with the Office of Civil Defense (OCD) Caraga Region. (SDR/PIA-Surigao del Norte)
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RC Central Claveria shines at 30th DisCon 2014 After four years of its existence as a Club, Rotary Club of Central Claveria finally had its shining moments as it garnered numerous awards during the 30th District Conference of Rotary International District 3870 held April 25-27, 2014 at Plaza Alemania Hotel, Iligan City. On the Fellowship Night, RCC Claveria bested six other participating Clubs and copped first place in the Dance Competition during the Fellowship Night with their Korean Fan Dance. It was a dance entry with a truly authentic costume, music and dance steps as well as props, making the NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that the estate of spouses MANUEL C. BALI and INNOCENCIA BALI, who both died intestate in Butuan City on March 11, 2000 and December 9, 1993, respectively, consisting of a parcel of land situated in the Barrio of Mahay, Butuan City, Province of Agusan del Norte covered by Original Certificate of Title No. P-2575 registered in the name of Manuel C. Bali issued by the Register of Deeds of Butuan City, and Tax Declaration No. 08-10-000500756 containing an area of 49,898 square meters, is the subject of an EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF THE ESTATE OF SPOUSES MANUEL C. BALI AND INNOCENCIA BALI WITH DEED OF SALE OF A PORTION OF THE ESTATE made and entered into by and between/ among decedents Manuel C. Bali and Innocencia Bali’s sole and only heirs, namely, Iluminada R. Bali and Maria Beverly B. Palen, as heirs/vendors, and Lucita V. Caparas, as vendee, with heirs/vendors selling, transferring, and conveying a 4,000 square meter-portion of above-described property in favor of vendee LUCITA V. CAPARAS for and in consideraion of P30,000.00, per Doc. No. 332; Page No. 65; Book No. IX; Series of 2014 of the Notarial Registry of Atty. Yvette H. Samper, Notary Public in Butuan City until December 31, 2015 with PTR No. 0712969/01-02-2014/ BTC. MDN: May 7, 14 & 21, 2014
audience amazed and caught in awe with the varied formations such as flower, mountains, cucumber and others using the fans. The group received a cash prize of P15,000.00. The tarpaulin showcasing RC Central Claveria’s highlights of activities during the year 2013 with its eye-catching lay-out design, likewise, bested more or less 42 other entries from the entire district and won first place and received a cash prize of P5,000.00 Moreover, RCCC received the following District Governor’s Certificate of Distinction Award as Outstanding Service Project in the following six areas of focus: Basic Education and Literacy, Disease Prevention and Treatment, Water and Sanitation, Economic and Community Development, Peace and Conflict Prevention / Resolution and Maternal and Child Health. These awards were truly rewarding. RCCC Pres. Rhoda B. Gadrinab and Vice President Celia F. Mero, likewise, received citations from the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International as Paul Harris Fellow in appreciation of their tangible and significant assistance given for the furtherance of better understanding and friendly relations among peoples of the world. First Class President Gadrinab also received the District Governor’s Special Citation Award as Most Outstanding President of RI District 3870. RCCC Claveria also received the District Governor’s Award of Distinction for being the Most Outstanding Club in
Public Relation with the theme “ Engage Rotary and Change Lives”. It was indeed a truly shining moment for RCC Claveria as most of its participants won prizes in the Raffle draw, in fact, Pres. Lingling Gadrinab won an HP Printer, while Rtn. Luz Posadas and PAG Sali Quirino won back packs for net book; 2 others won umbrellas, they were Rtn. Celia Mero, Rtn. Alice Montecillo, while Rtn. Logie Nagasan won a Rotary Club of Kalayaan mug. A number of RCCC members had already preregistered for the next District Conference to be sponsored by Cagayan de Oro while the rest of the delegates from RCCC are looking forward with much anticipation and excitement the next RI DisCon 2014. (by RCCC Sec. Nueva D.Salaan)
Iligan City public plaza improvements
ILIGAN City - One of the landmarks in Iligan City is the public plaza also known as Rizal Park. It is strategically located in the heart of the downtown area just across the famous Maria Cristina Hotel – the city’s oldest hotel. The City plaza is a rectangular park surrounded with trees, a stage at one end and a gazebo at the other end. It is quite a popular site for recreation, political, cultural, and spiritual activities. The public plaza also serves as the venue of the
BORN to Speak the Speech By ronald l. ampong
WE ARE BORN UNIQUE! The ability to speak distinguishes human beings from all other inhabitants of this planet. Other creatures’ communicate by barking, whistling, moving, and howling, BUT only humans use the spoken words. Communication always begins with the - self. How you see yourself can make a great difference on how you communicate with your friends, families and communities. As, persons our understanding of the word is limited by our experiences. Every day we experience the centrality of ourselves in speech. As a participant of communication, you are limited to your own point of view of the situation. The DepEd Order 31 s. 2012 highlights on Mother Tongue as Medium of instruction and as a Subject, this would mean that Mother Tongue shall be used as a medium of instruction and as a subject from Grades 1 to 3. English or Filipino shall be used from Grades
4 to 10. The major goal of using MTB-MLE in teaching is to enhance learners’ proficiency level on fluency and comprehension skills. Through this program it can be observed that our young children have better learning, wider understanding, able to express themselves and most especially they gain self-confidence. This is a perfect manifestation and indication that the program enhances knowledge and self-esteem among pupils. Human communication is indeed a real gift across -all organization, academe, religious community, etc. According to DTM George Yen, “we are aware of speaking in different context and we understand that the listener holds a different understanding, However, when we speak to another person in our own culture, we tend to assume the listener is a replica of ourselves.” DTM George added, “there are four essential keys in communication, namely: 1.) build self-awareness; 2.) listen with empathy; 3.)
(From left to right) Rtn. Dante M. Sudaria, Publisher, BusinessWeek, CDO; Rtn. Cynthia C. Tianzon, member; Past Pres. Alice Montecillo, Past Assistant Governor Rosalito A. Quirino; Charter President Danny Juruena; RI 3870 District Officer from Cagayan de Oro; Rtn. Kag. Bebot Busalla;Rtn. Luz C. Posadas; Rtn. Logie Nagasan, Rtn.Ruthchelle L.Escalona, Rtn. Rhoda B. Gadrinab,RC Central Claveria President. (seated from left to right) ; Rtn. Nueva D. Salaan, secretary; Rtn. Cathyrn L. Bacalucos, member; Rtn. Celia F. Mero, RCCC Vice-President
take an attitude of equality; and 4.) bring assumptions out into the open.” Speak the speech as I pronounced it to you, trippingly on the tongue. (Shakespeare, Hamlet). How important is communication/speaking to human beings? Can you imagine life without any communication, when you speak? Communication/ speaking would improve the way people view themselves and the way others view them, enhance your human relationships as you communicate, learn important life skills, exercise their constitutionally guaranteed freedom of speech, and help people succeed professionally. There would be no more second thought, no more fear, and more no doubt, if you ably understand why you are communicating or speaking. Being an educator let us make a lead - let us be a model of good communication, let us make a historic occurrence by carrying on the power of speaking.
popular weekend night market. Through the years, the public plaza has undergone several facelifts under different city administrations. Just a few months ago, the bronze bust of Rizal has been removed and a new man-size statue has
been put in place. At present another development is being undertaken. The project is a joint commitment by the national and local government. The purpose of the project is to build a roof over a portion of the open
area near the stage, once completed, people watching performances at the plaza will no longer endure the heat from the sun or rain while viewing stage shows or other events. The shelter can also be used as an exhibition area or an evacuation center. (Alingatong)
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Mobile libraries will encourage citizens to read again People who love to read but could not afford and effectiveness of mobile libraries as tools for to buy books may soon have access to reading education and empowerment of citizens. Under the bill, the National Library of the materials. Two lawmakers have filed a bill, which seeks Philippines shall be the main government agency to create mobile libraries to bring these facili- to implement the provisions of this Act ad shall consult relevant and concerned private ties closer to the users and encourage and public offices, non-government citizens to once again read books and Editorial organizations, members of the acaother useful and informative materideme and local government leaders als. House Bill 2644, otherwise known as the “Mo- on matters that will best promote and implement bile Libraries Act of 2013,” is in compliance with the establishment of mobile libraries and its efthe policy of the State to protect and promote fective utilization. the right of citizens to quality education and to The Department of Finance is mandated untake appropriate steps to make such education der the bill to issue the relevant guidelines that will provide fiscal and tax incentives to private accessible to all. The objective of the bill is to give meaning companies, organizations and foreign donors that and accord full significance to the constitutional will adopt, donate or establish mobile libraries provision by promoting one of the most signifi- in the country. Mobile libraries can be used to sponsor and cant aspects of education, which is reading. The same thing could be achieved through the conduct book weeks, book fairs, book clubs, recognition rites for frequent borrowers, displaying creation of mobile libraries. The mobile library is a service or an activity of new books and featured selections/collections, many types of libraries. It is settled to facilitate exposition of library’s instruction programs, users who find it inconvenient to go to the library among others. because of the distance, time, expense, lack of Likewise, mobile libraries can also engage in knowledge on library, and the lack of reading sponsoring livelihood programs, walking tours of historic and cultural heritage areas, sociohabit. The measure appropriates P100 million from economic workshops and trainings and others, the combined earnings of the Philippine Amuse- as provided under this Act. ment and Gaming Corporation (Pagcor) and the The library is one institution that serves as the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) gateway to the past, the present and the future. for the creation of mobile libraries. Very laud- In the library, one can find the resources to examine and confront our most difficult problems. able! The bill provides that budgetary support must Libraries provide individuals the weapons to be continued for seven years or longer upon rea- hurdle obstacles and the remarkable power to sonable determination of the usefulness, relevance change. Congratulations to the proponents!
Spirituality in our time
Spirituality from the language of the Christian faith is understood to mean God’s good relationship with humanity, humanity’s good relationship with each other and humanity’s good relationship with the rest of God’s creation. For the purpose of this column, let us focus our mind and heart with humanity’s supposed good relationship with the rest of God’s creation. God, as far as the Christian faith is concerned, is the creator of everything hence that religion’s dictum that humanity is only a steward of the entire creation and can never be its owner. This dictum is ironically more honored by the natives of
A deeper view Jesse E.L. Bacon II Cordillera-Ifugao area in northern Luzon than anywhere else in the country where Christianity is more pronounced. The Cordillera-Ifugao people, for example, strongly believe that they can’t own the land they till for it is owned by the super natural being they consider as God. On the other hand,
their belief is that it is the land that owns them hence the naked truth that from dust humans shall likewise return to dust. This is the dictum that enabled the Ifugaonons to build the majestic rice terraces. Those rice paddies carved out of the side of the mountain like stairways to heaven are owned by
the community and never by any person on account of that dictum that should have been Christianity’s but which is honored by Christians more in the breach than in its observance. The inability of the Christian populace to live out this Christian dictum is the biggest culprit why we now have this phenomenon known as climate change. This phenomenon is the culprit why the world’s climate has become unpredictable even to those whose expertise is to predict climate’s predictability. The inability of the Christian populace to embrace the teachings of their faith is likewise the reason See TIME, page 11
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WHY SHOULD WE LOVE OUR MOTHER EARTH?
This is how I entitled already one of my previous columns in MINDANAO TIMES sometime in 2003 (!). Imagine: SHOULD! If this wouldn’t have been a column or special report with carry-on thoughts or explanations, the question could get a simple but meaningful answer: “Because we need our Mother Earth, but she doesn’t need us!” Did you hear this already somehow before? Very good! In 2003, I received rehe continuing poladers’ opinions telling me reading such columns are boring them to death! Death? Okay my fellow creatures, during that time, I stated already that our earth is dying slowly but surely, because environmental conversaton seemed to be as an impenetrable mountain range. But here we are! Yes WE! We are considering the
Have my say Klaus Doring continuing pollution and contamination of the environment free from worries and drive away eventually existing moral conflicts. I feel so very much pain, especially since living in the Philippines for good since 1999,while watching thoughtless throwaway garbage at any place - not only in major place in tis country but worldwide! Unmolested, we can see (or better, smell!) people burning even poisonous garbage, while, only a short distance away small children ae playing. Fixed in their
global views, politicians accepted oppression or suppression from monopolies and allow deforestation and innumerable burnt patches. Fishing with dynamite, warmed up ocean s, pale corals, sick animals, unlimited hunting, melting icebergs, climate change, AND the ozone hole. This won’t last long! And yes, I know, I am getting more friends mentioning such issues! Try to understand, that “natura” means the power underlying all phenomena in the world and the
universe, given by God, but not to fritter away or to dissipate or to kill. A becoming desolate globe shall be the end of viable existence. Do we really like to waste this glorious gift of God? If I look aroundt, it seems so! We sing our praises as the most stable and secure form of human knowledge, but we leave the practice to others without any envy. There is something not quite kosher about it, but my dear friends, it is to be feared, that my today’s appeal might be meet with general approval. I expressed myself already years ago: the nonobservance is so sure like the next sunrise tomorrow, if we still get the chance seeing it. Or, shall we wait up the moment the sunlight will enjoy the suffocaton of See doring, page 11
9.5 M voters face disenfranchisement
LIFE’S INSPIRATIONS: “… The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective…” (James 5:16, the Holy Bible). -ooo-
9.5 MILLION VOTERS FACE DISENFRANCHISEMENT: Chairman Sixto Brillantes Jr. of the Commission on Elections must be joking, in an early morning radio interview as the poll body kicked off its registration campaign last May 06, 2014, when he disclosed that he and his fellow commissioners are requiring some 9.5 million Filipino voters to undergo “biometric” registration, or face disenfranchisement in the 2016 presidential elections.
Kakampi mo ang batas Atty. Batas Mauricio Brillantes said these 9.5 million voters appear to have been registered for the 2013 midterm elections. But Comelec records indicate that their “biometrics” have not been taken yet. “Biometrics” means the Comelectaken picture of the voter, as well as his thumbmarks and electronic signature recorded by Comelec machines. These “biometrics data” are intended to prevent
flying voters, or any other fraud in elections. But, be that as it may, is it not too harsh a penalty for Comelec to be disenfranchising voters, all of 9.5 million of them, for the 2016 elections solely on the ground that their “biometrics” had not been recorded by the poll body? Wow, something awful appears to be going on insofar as the 2016 elections are
concerned, which maybe more awful than the “6030-10” ratio of votes that statisticians discovered in the 2013 elections. -oooCORNEJO, VHONG IN ONE BIG MOVIE? Did Deniece Cornejo’s surrender benefit her in any way in connection with the nonbailable serious illegal detention charge she is now facing before the Taguig City Regional Trial Court? Normally, when an accused in a criminal case surrenders to the police before being arrested, that voluntary surrender has the effect of lessening the penalty of imprisonment that will be imposed by the court. See batas, page 11
Why should we love our Mother Earth?
By KLAUS DORING Mindanao Daily News-Davao
THIS is how I entitled already one of my previous columns in MINDANAO TIMES sometime in 2003 (!). Imagine: SHOULD! If this wouldn’t have been a column or special report with carry-on thoughts or explanations, the question could get a simple but meaningful answer: “Because we need our Mother Earth, but she doesn’t need us!” Did you hear this already somehow before? Very good! In 2003, I received here continuing poladers’ opinions telling me to read such columns are boring them to death! Death? Okay, my fellow creatures, during that time, I stated already that our earth is dying slowly but surely, because environmental conversation seemed to be as an impenetrable mountain range. But here we are! Yes WE! We are considering the continuing pollution and contamination of the envi-
ronment free from worries and drive away eventually existing moral conflicts. I feel so very much pain, especially since living in the Philippines for good since 1999,while watching thoughtless throw away garbage at any place - not only in major place in this country but worldwide! Unmolested, we can see (or better, smell!) people burning even poisonous garbage, while, only a short distance away small children are playing. Fixed in their global views, politicians accepted oppression or suppression from monopolies and allow deforestation and innumerable burnt patches. Fishing with dynamite, warmed up the oceans, pale corals, sick animals, unlimited hunting, melting icebergs, climate change, AND the ozone hole. This won’t last long! And yes, I know, I am getting more friends mentioning such issues! Try to understand, that “natural” means the power
underlying all phenomena in the world and the universe, given by God, but not to fritter away or to dissipate or to kill. A becoming desolate globe shall be the end of viable existence. Do we really like to waste this glorious gift of God? If I look around, it seems so! We sing our praises as the most stable and secure form of human knowledge, but we leave the practice to others without any envy. There is something not quite kosher about it, but my dear friends, it is to be feared, that my today’s appeal might be met with general approval. I expressed myself already years ago: the nonobservance is so sure like the next sunrise tomorrow, if we still get the chance seeing it. Or, shall we wait up the moment the sunlight will enjoy the suffocation of our more and ore polluted atmosphere? While writing this piece, heat kills me and millions and more. Do you remember
the time asking you, if you enjoy floods? During that time, I recalled the opinion of then Regional Director of the Government Bureau Weather Bureau, Gerry Pedrico, saying, squarely blaming the weather “especially in Region XI” (?, really only there?), is because of climate change!” And then? Do you still remember? Heavy rains triggered heavy floodings and landslides. The Davao river swept away many houses and people. And, not only this river. Many of us breathed a sigh of relief - but one can see already the next dark clouds in the sky. Maybe you consider my headline a little bit sarcastic. Maybe it sounds like a “curtain lecture”. It might sound as a “love’s labor lost”... . Much ado about nothing? Really? As Th. Campbell said in his “Lochiel’s Warning,” Coming events cast their shadows before”. No to floods! To be continued!
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Broadcaster killed in Tawi-Tawi
AMBOANGA CITY – Motorcycle gunmen killed a broadcaster in an attack in Tawi-Tawi province, police said Monday. NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that the estate of LOLITA ENCENDENCIA, who died intestate on November l5, 2008 at Poblacion, Bayugan, Agusan del Sur, consisting of: 1) a commercial land (Lot No. 2774, Pls-225) situated at Poblacion, Bayugan City, Agusan del Sur covered by Original Certificate of Title No. P-1412 issued by the Office of the Register of Deeds for the Province of Agusan del Sur under Tax Declaration No.02-020001-01615 containing an area of 319 square meters, more or less; 2) a residential land (Lot No. 1919, Pls-225-C-3) situated at Poblacion, Bayugan, Agusan del Sur covered by Tax Declaration No. 101582 containing an area of 600 square meters, more or less; and 3) a parcel of agricultural land known as Lot No. (Lot 1465-B, Psd10-009356 being a portion of Lot 1465, Pls-225, Maygatasan Public Land Subd.) situated at Salvacion, Bayugan, Agusan del Sur, covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-6465 issued by the Office of the Registry of Deeds for the Province of Agusan del Sur, containing an area of 23,025 square meters, more or less, is the subject of a DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT/ PARTITION OF INTESTATE ESTATE OF THE DECEASED LOLITA ENCENDENCIA made and executed by deceased Lolita Encendencia’s sole heirs, namely, Zacarias Encendencia, Samuel A. Encendencia, Sr., Rebecca Encendencia, Nicefora Encendencia, and Nineta Encendencia Gozon, per Doc. No. 1132; Page No. 64; Book No. LXX; Series sof 2008 of the Notarial Registry of Rafael V. Ybañez, Notary Public at Bayugan , Agusan del Sur. MDN: Apr. 30, May 7 & 14, 2014
It said the attackers, who were on a motorcycle, shot the 35-year old Richard Najid several times in the village of Tubig Boh in the capital town of Bongao late Sunday. Najid was also on a motorbike heading home from a basketball game when he was ambushed. Najid, who was also the station manager of radio station dxNN, was rushed to the hospital by policemen - who responded to the gunshots – but the victim died along the way. The motive of the killing is still unknown, but police said it has launched an investigation into the murder. In June 2007, gunmen also killed radio broadcaster Vicente Sumalpong in Bongao town. His two companions who were also journalists were wounded in the ambush. The three were on a motorcycle when gunmen attacked them. The latest attack came a day after Philippine media joined the celebration of the World Press Freedom Day, vowing to protect each other from attacks and threats and upholding the
DEED OF EXTRA JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE WITH WAIVER OF RIGHTS KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS : WE, RAMSEY MADJOS GALARRITA , KENDRICK E. GALARRITA and KENT KEVIN E. GALARRITA, of legal ages, widow and both single respectively, resident Zone 5, Lanao, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental herby freely and voluntarily declare and state that: 1. We are the legal and sole heirs of the deceased FRANCISCA EMAR GALARRITA who died on March 2, 2014 at Sinai Laguindingan ,Misamis Oriental. 2. The deceased died intestate without leaving any last will and testament and without any outstanding debts. 3. The deceased left the following properties to with : a. Has Maintained a time deposit Acct. No. 810-05-08718-6 at UCPB Savings Bank Inc. Lapasan Branch with an outstanding balance of Five Hundred Thousand Pesos only (P 500,000.00) and Savings Acct .No. 810-01-02645-0 with outstanding balance of Six Thousand Five hundred Forty Four Pesos & 86/100 only (P 6,544.86) b. Has Maintained a time deposit Acct. No.328405708601 at Banco De Oro (BDO) A. Velez Branch with an outstanding balance of Four Hundred Seven Thousand Six Hundred Fifty Eight & 32/100 only(P 407,658.32 ) and regular Savings w/ Passbook with Acct. No. 2040103261 with outstanding balance of Two Hundred Eleven Thousand One Hundred Two & 52/100 (P 211,102.52) c. Has Maintained a time deposit Acct. At Land Bank of The Philippines Carmen Branch under ESP Savings Account No. 3141-0786-73 with an outstanding balance of Two Hundred Thousand Five Hundred Twenty Pesos & Eight Centavos (P 200,520.08) 4. We have agreed to waive our share with aforementioned properties in favor of RAMSEY M. GALARRITA. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereto have signed this deed this April 3, 2014 at Cagayan de Oro city, Philippines.
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rights of every journalist in the country. “For us journalists in the Philippines, where a critic can anytime fall down with a bullet in the head, it is the day to review what press freedom is all about, celebrate the times when the Philippine press has helped to expose corruption or enlighten the public on a difficult issue and, last but never the least, remember our colleagues who were slain by press freedom’s enemies,” the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines said during the celebration. Ten journalists have been murdered in the past 12 months in the Philippines and 26 since President
Benigno Aquino assumed the presidency in 2010, making the country one of the most dangerous for journalists in the world, according to the International Federation of Journalists. In 2009, gunmen who were followers of a political clan in Maguindanao province in southern Philippines killed 58 people – at least three dozen of them journalists and media workers – in one of the worst attacks against the media in the country. The case has not been resolves up to now, although most of those involved in the brutal murders have been arrested. ((Mindanao Examiner with a report from Ely Dumaboc)
Abu Sayyaf bandit involved in 2002 kidnapping nabbed in Zamboanga City ZAMBOANGA CITY – Combined police and military operatives arrested an alleged Abu Sayyaf bandit involved in the kidnapping of six members of the Jehovah’s Witness in 2002 in the province of Sulu, an official announced Monday. Police Regional Office-9 (PRO-9) Spokesman Senior Insp. Joseph Ortega has identified the arrested Abu Sayyaf bandit as a certain Abu Ondil. Ortega said Ondil was arrested around 5:00 p.m. Sunday along the highway in front of Acapulco Beach Resort in Barangay Sinunuc, west of this city. Ortega said that Ondil was involved in the kidnapping of six members--two males and four females-- of
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the Jehovah’s Witness in August of 2002 in Sulu. The victims were on a door-to-door sale of cosmetic products in the municipality of Patikul at that time when they were seized by the Abu Sayyaf bandits. The bandits beheaded the male victims a day after they were seized while the other four were released several months later. Ortega said that Ondil has standing warrants of arrest for six counts of kidnapping and serious illegal detention issued by a Pasig City Court. He said the suspect was taken to the Regional Intelligence Unit-9 at Camp Batalla, in this city for documentation and proper disposition. (PNA)
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC CCE-0031-2014 (R.A. 10172) April 28, 2014
Name RAMSEY MADJOS GALARRITA KENDRICK E. GALARRITA KENT KEVIN E. GALARRITAN
CTC No. 04388242 18839887 18828591
Date and Place Issued January 22, 2014, Alubijid February 20, 2014, Alubijid March 15, 2014, Alubijid
All known to me and known to be the same person who executed signed the foregoing Deed of Extrajudicial Settlement of the Estate of the deceased FRANCISCA EMAR GALARRITA, which deed consist of (2) pages, including this page where on the Acknowledgement appears, signed by the parties and the instrument witnesses at the bottom of the last page and the left hand margin of each and every page thereof, and the partial acknowledged to me that the same is their free and voluntary act and deed.
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(AHJAG), the vice mayor, City Legal Officer and City Administrator as well as representatives of rally organizers in City Hall where the supposed rally was exhaustively discussed and where the group ultimately decided to cancel the rally for the good of the greater majority. Climaco has assured the representatives of the organizers that the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law will be taken up in Congress as this is the priority of the President. She said she follows the guidance of police and military authorities for the safety and security of the residents. “As mayor of the city, I am accountable to the people and so my decisions will have to be for the greater interest of the majority. I cannot take the risk of allowing the rally given the situation we have gone through in the September See rally, page 11
Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province: Agusan del Norte City/Municipality: Butuan City
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC CCE-0032-2014 (R.A. 10172)
April 28, 2014
In compliance with the publication requirement and pursuant to OCRG Memorandum Circular No. 2013-1, Guidelines in the Implementation of the Administrative Order No. 1 Series of 2012 (IRR on R.A. 10172), Notice is hereby served to the public that RIXIELOU VILLOREJO has filed with this office a petition for correction of entry in sex from “FEMALE” to “MALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of RIXIELOU VILLOREJO, born at Bading, Butuan City, Philippines, and whose parents are VICHEL DUMANIG VILLOREJO and REX ABERGOS CAB. Any person adversely affected by said petition mayfile his written opposition with this Office not later than 16 May 2014.
(SGD.) JUDITH ALVIZO-CALO, LLB, MPA City Civil Registrar
(SGD.) JUDITH ALVIZO-CALO, LLB, MPA City Civil Registrar
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:
Before me, a Notary Public in the above jurisdiction , personally appeared the following:
ZAMBOANGA City - For the interest of the majority of the Zamboanguenos and per recommendation of police and military authorities, Mayor Beng Climaco Saturday cancelled the rally of the Mindanao Alliance for Peace (MAP) set in the city May 4 for the purpose of “supporting the draft Bangsamoro Basic Law and to appeal to both Houses of Congress to pass it the earliest possible time”. “Since Zamboanga City is not part of the ARMM nor will it be part of the Bangsamoro core territory, we cancelled the rally. We support all peace initiatives as this will help the people of Mindanao,” the mayor said in a press briefing Sunday morning. The mayor Saturday night met with the security sector and other stakeholders including representatives from the International Monitoring Team (IMT), Adhoc Joint Action Group
In compliance with the publication requirement and pursuant to OCRG Memorandum Circular No. 2013-1, Guidelines in the Implementation of the Administrative Order No. 1 Series of 2012 (IRR on R.A. 10172), Notice is hereby served to the public that REYCHAN DURAN QUIMPAN has filed with this office a petition for correction of entry in sex from “MALE” to “FEMALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of REYCHAN DURAN QUIMPAN, born at Cabcabon, Butuan City, Philippines, and whose parents are REBECCA TIDALGO DURAN and ELISEO ANCLA QUIMPAN. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than 16 May 2014.
EXTRA-JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE WITH ADJUDICATION OF SOLE HEIR
Mayor Beng Climaco backed by City Administrator Antonio Orendain Jr., City Legal Officer Atty. Jesus Carbon, Acting City Director Col. Angelito Casimiro and Task Force Zamboanga Commander Col. Andrelino Colina, Sundayfaces the media to discuss about pressing issues particularly the cancelled Bangsamoro rally and the Recodo incident. (JOEY BAUTISTA)
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Republic of the Philippines) City of Cagayan de Oro )S.S.\ x---------------------------------/
City cancels Bangsamoro rally
I, Arsenio Angelo Ocampo, of legal age, single, Filipino citizen and a resident of Panghiawan, Catarman, Camiguin am the sole heir of Roman Absuelo who remains the declared owner of a parcel of land located at Panghiawan, Catarman, Camiguin under T.D. No. H-1209670 which is known as Lot No. 1368-A whose wife is my illegitimate mother Claudia Janopol who was being sired by Alejandro Ocampo; That after the death of my step father Roman Absuelo the above property was succeeded by my mother Claudia Janopol they being childless during their union and after the death of my mother I exercised dominion over the said property as absolute owner, thus said property had been declared in the names of the “Heirs” of Roman Absuelo; That being the only child/heir of Claudia Absuelo who succeeded from my step father Roman Absuelo it is encumbent upon me to have said property declared in my name; That my step father Roman Absuelo nor my mother Claudia Janopol did not leave a Will nor have any creditors, thus the abovementioned property is free from any lien or claim by any third persons; That I hereby adjudicate the aforementioned property as my own being the only heir and have
been in peaceful possession and enjoyment for more than 20 years as absolute owner; IN WITNESS I HEREUNTO affix my signature this 11th day of February, 2014 at Mambajao, Camiguin.
Republic of the Philippines LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRY OFFICE PROVINCE OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL Cagayan de Oro City NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Republic of the Philippines) Municipality of Mambajao ) s.s. Province of Camiguin ) BEFORE ME, this 11th day of Feb. 2014 at Mambajao, Camiguin personally appeared / Arsenio Angelo J. Ocampo with CTC No. _____ issued at Catarman on ______ 2014 known to me to be the same person who executed the foregoing instrument and he acknowledged to me that the same is his free and voluntary act and deed. WITNESS MY HAND AND NOTARIAL SEAL on the date and lace above-written.
In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 10172, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that ROUIE J. GABO has filed with this Office a petition for the correction of clerical error in the entry of the child’s SEX from “MALE” to “FEMALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of ROUIE JABIEN GABO who was born on July 15, 1990 in Cagayan de Oro City and whose parents are ROEL JACANIM GABO and EMMA DELA CERNA JABIEN. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than May 8, 2014. (SGD.) NORMA S. DIPUTADO City Civil Registrar
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BFAR in Region 11 installs new Mangingisdang Direktor DAVAO CITY - The installation of the new “Mangingisdang Direktor” or Fisherfolk Director on Monday signaled the start of the nationwide celebration of the Farmers' and Fisherfolk's Month in Region XI. “The installation of Gonzalo Remorta Jr. as Mangingisdang Director for 2014 today is part of the nationwide celebration of Farmers' and Fisherfolk's Month,” Bu re au of F i she r i e s and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) XI Project Leader Raul Millana said. Remorta, a fisherfolk from Padada, Davao del Sur, is set to experience how it is to become the director of BFAR for a specific period through the Mangingisdang Direktor program. “This is one way to let the fisherfolk get a hands-on experience on how the Bureau is being run since he will get to enjoy the functions of the director albeit a limited one,” Millana said. Buenaventura Maiz, the Mangingisdang Director for 2013, turned over the position and
its responsibilities to Remorta. Remorta is head of the Padada Municipal Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management Council. Millana said they have many activities lined up for Remorta such as mangrove planting in various areas in the region. He said mangroves are not only good as fish sanctuaries but have proven to be effective in the prevention of flooding and storm surges. He said the Fisherfolk Director Program is made possible through the Department of Agriclture Special order No. 88 which mandates the fisherfolk director to handle the basic administrative and ceremonial functions of the office. Millana said it is important that fisherfolk also experience the work of BFAR people so they know how government operates. This way, he added, they will be able to closely coordinate with BFAR and relate to government procedures while pushing their programs. (PNA)
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NPA rebels capture soldier in Davao del Norte D AVAO CITY – Communist rebels have captured a government soldier who was accused of protecting logging operations in Davao del Norte province.
A r i s F r a n c i s c o, a spokesman for the New People’s Army, said illegal drugs were also seized from the soldier who was identified as Corporal Rogelio Rosales, a member of the 60th Infantry Battalion operating in Davao and Compostela Valley provinces. He said Rosales, who has been declared a prisoner of war, was arrested in the village of Florida in Kapalong town while he was fixing the transit of logs in the area. “Prisoner of War Ro-
sales was on the process of arranging for the transit of logs when apprehended by the NPA. A sachet of shabu was also found in his possession, proof that soldiers who are coddling big loggers in the province, were also into the illegal drug trade,” Francisco said in a statement sent late Monday to the regional newspaper Mindanao Examiner. The arrest of Rosales came nearly two weeks after rebels freed another soldier Sergeant Jeric Curay, who was also captured at a checkpoint in the village of Andap in Compostela Valley’s Laak town on April 4. Curay, a member of the 72nd Infantry Battalion, was released to Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, who negotiated with the rebels for the soldier’s freedom. Francisco said the Ro-
sales is part of a gang of soldiers under the 60th and 72nd Infantry Battalions protecting logging operations in the provinces. “Thus, in the face of brazen abuse of power and wanton disregard of the environmental preservation, the NPA perseveres in imposing its total log ban campaign and carrying out punitive sanctions against the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the big logging lords.” “To protect the remaining forest covers, campaign for reforestation, stop abusive large-scale logging, and secure the livelihood of the masses through sustainable communal farming, the NPA Sub-regional Command
strongly enforces its total log ban policy,” Francisco said. Just recently, three soldiers were also wounded in a rebel attack in the village of Napungas in Davao del Norte’s Asuncion town where they ambushed a military patrol. The military’s Eastern Mindanao Command and the 10th Infantry Division which have operation control in the area did not give any statement about the arrest of the soldier and accusations against them. The NPA has been fighting for decades now for the establishment of its own communist state in the country. (Mindanao Examiner)
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New Interactive Sculpture Park rises on Paoay sand dunes PAOAY, Ilocos Norte, -— To inspire creativity and innovation among thousands of Ilocanos, guests and visitors at the grandest Ilocos Norte celebration, the provincial government of Ilocos Norte is giving a new twist to this year’s iconic “Himala” (miracle) festival with lots of surprises in a whole day of fun-filled activities. Using recycled and scrap materials gathering dust and corrugated at the Provincial Engineering Office, the Paoay Interactive Sculpture Park opens on May 10 as one of the added attractions in this year’s provincial festival. June Arvin Gudoy, chief of the Communications and Media Office of the Ilocos Norte government, said the Paoay Interactive Sculpture Park particularly dedicated to kids and young adults is composed of an old water tank, old window panes and so much more. Launched in 2012, this year’s second “Himala sa Buhangin” hopes to make world-class events at the famous Paoay sand dunes, attracting a growing number of tourists and investors as well. Inspired by the province patron saint, La Milagrosa, the Himala sa Buhangin festival highlights the tourism potential of the Paoay sand dunes not just as a
perfect venue for international and local films such as an Oscar-nominated Hollywood film’s Born on the Fourth of July, top-billed by Tom Cruise for which Barangay Suba stood for locations in Vietnam and Mexico. “The futuristic Australian action film ‘Mad Max’ starred by Mel Gibson, was also filmed here including Roger Corman’s and Cirio H. Santiago’s ‘Stryker’. Local movies such as “Ang Panday” fantasy films of Fernando Poe Jr. to Joey Gosiengfiao’s “Temptation Island,” Ishmael Bernal’s acclaimed drama “Himala” and Elwood Perez’s “Silip” were also shot in the province. More recently, the “Panday” franchise of Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr., Chito Roño’s musical “Emir,” Chris Martinez’s remake of “Temptation Island,” and Paul Soriano’s sports drama “Thelma” featured the province and its unique tourist spots – such as the picturesque Paoay Church, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the Bangui, among others. Other activities during the May 10 festival include: an exciting venue for 4x4 racing competitions, sand castle making, sand boarding, zorb riding and other forms of arts and entertainment like belly and fire dancing.(PNA) CTB/ LGA/JSD
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Sicogon land dispute has no effect on northern Iloilo tourism, says DOT ILOILO CITY, The present land dispute and tension at the controversial Sicogon Island in Carles, Iloilo would not affect the entire tourism industry of the province particularly in northern Iloilo, the Department of Tourism 6 (DOT-6) said. DOT-6 director Atty. Helen Catalbas stressed the island’s redevelopment could not be stopped but the Sicogon Development Corp. (Sideco) of the Sarrosa family should also do its part in providing for the needs of those families who were displaced by a development project. Catalbas said the joint venture between the Sideco and its investor – the Ayala Land Inc. - is now being finalized. “The tension will not affect totally the tourist destinations of Carles and its neighboring towns of Concepcion and Ajuy where most tourists go for adventure,” she said. Catalbas mentioned the Isla de Gigantes in Carles where the Tangke Salt Wa-
ter Lagoon that is attracting local and foreign tourists, is located. There is also the town of Concepcion, where most island villages have white-sand beaches like the islands of Tambaliza, Agho, Bolobadiangan, and Polopiña, among others. The nearby Ajuy town
SIDECO assured displaced residents of training that will equip them with skills needed for employment for a five-star hotel, airport and seaport, construction of which will reportedly start anytime on the island while others will be given a fishing livelihood program. (PNA)
The internationally renowned Philippine Army Dragon Boat team, one of the country’s best, takes the lead over the Philippine Navy Dragon Boat team (blue shirts) and FSUU Blue Dragons (yellow shirts) during the Mindanao 1st Dragon Boat Festival in Davao City on May 1-4, 2014. MindaNews photo by ERWIN MASCARINAS
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siege. The security of the people is paramount,” she added. During the press briefing, Acting City Police Director Col. Angelito Casimiro and Task Force Zamboanga Commander Col. Andrelino Colina also gave their views corroborating the mayor’s stand on the issue. Col. Casimiro said upon review of the MAP request for rally, various discrepancies were noticed. For one, in cases of any eventuality, the authorities cannot pinpoint responsibility as the letter was signed by MAP chairman Addulmanan Gayak but the same is being followed up by Saudi Daranda of the Mindanao Action for Peace and Development (MAPAD). The letter was submitted to City Hall only at 4pm Friday, May 2. The representatives of the organizers present during the meeting were Daranda, Taha Paranda who is the SecretaryGeneral of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) in Zamboanga, Hatta Said of MAP and a representative of the Al Mhuminat, a women group. According to Casimiro, the representatives of the organizer would not also present the proposed rally’s program flow, the names of the resource persons including the expected number of participants. “We cannot compromise security,” the acting police director added.(Sheila Covarrubias)
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However, since Cornejo’s case involves a capital offense where the capital penalty of life imprisonment is the mandated sentence if she is proven guilty, there could be no reduction in the penalty of life imprisonment. So, she actually gained nothing from that voluntary surrender, except maybe a little peace of mind because she will no longer be in the run. But, I believe that all of this is actually much ado about nothing. Why? I am convinced that because they are all in the glitzy world of show business where the only thing that really matters is the box office earning of any actress or actor or of any film, their differences could be patched up and then they would all even be featured in a big movie. Indeed, there is no business like show business, right? -oooTHE RAPTURE, AND HOW IT WILL HAPPEN: And now, a brief reminder from 1 Thessalonians 4 of the Bible: “Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be uninformed about those who sleep in death, so that you do not grieve like the rest of mankind, who have no hope. For we believe that Jesus died and rose again, and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him. “According to the Lord’s word, we tell you that we who are still alive, who are left until the coming of the Lord, will certainly not precede those who have fallen
asleep. For the Lord himself will come down from heaven, with a loud command, with the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet call of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first. “After that, we who are still alive and are left will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And so we will be with the Lord forever. Therefore encourage one another with these words…” -oooREMINDERS: Please tune in: “Tambalang Batas at Somintac sa DZEC”, at 1062 kHz on the AM band, Mondays to Fridays, at 6 a.m.; “Kakampi Mo Ang Batas sa Radyo Trabungko FM”, at 103.7 mHz in Don Carlos, Bukidnon, Mondays to Fridays, at 7 a.m.; and “Kakampi Mo Ang Batas sa DYKA” at 801 kHz on the AM band (Panay Island), Mondays to Fridays, at 10 a.m.
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our more and ore polluted atmosphere? While writing this piece, heat kills me and millions and more. Do you remember the time asking you, if you enjoy floods? During that time, I recalled the opion of then Regional Director of the Government Bureau Weather Bureau, Gerry Pedrico, saying, squarely blaming the weather “especially in Region XI” (?, really only there?), is because of climate change!” An then? Do you still remember? Heavy rains triggeheir shadows red floodings and landslides. The Davao river swept away many houses and people. And, not only this river. Many of us breathed a sigh of relief - but one can see already the next dark clouds at the sky. Maybe you consider my headline a little bit sarcastic. Maybe it sounds like a “curtain lecture”. It might sounds as a “love’s labour lost” ... . Much ado about nothing? Really? As Th. Campbell said in his “Lochiel’s Warning,” Coming events cast their shadows before”. No to floods! (To be continued!)
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why today’s natural calamities are becoming worse where typhoon Yolanda’s fury and its resultant disaster and tragedy is expected to be the norm in future calamities. All these are traceable to humanity’s failure to appreciate that the rest of God’s creation is there to support life and thus should be cared for as well by every human being. The abuse by humanity of the rest of God’s creation is the culprit for all our problems now including even the viciousness of today’s illnesses. Science is in fact having a hard time keeping up with the kind of sickness that is afflicting humans. This is proved by the fact that there are illnesses now that still had to be given appropriate cure by science. Why is this so? This is so because life’s support system which is the rest of God’s creation had been abused in wild abandon by humans to satisfy the greed of the few. Take for example the balding of the forest cover. Where in
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the world can humans now source their oxygen with the trees gone? Aside from the dwindling supply of oxygen that trees could only give because of its wanton felling by heartless monsters known as loggers, small time or big time, the other life supporting mechanisms that trees are providing are likewise cut-off. And because of this, even the country’s weather forecasters are now having a hard time forecasting when summer starts and for how long and when the rainy season will start and for how long will it last also. This inability to accurately forecast the weather and the seasons is pushing education officials to rethink of when is the appropriate time to start the school year. Everything nowadays has become unpredictable and this unpredictability includes our ability to live for how long in this created world. We really do not know what incurable illness will hit us. And if we are not hit by any illness, we also really do not know in what form death will come to us. Will it come in the form of a tragedy as a result of a natural calamity whose accompanying disaster was never imagined? No one really knows. A good portion of the populace have died without them even entertaining the thought that death is about to knock at their door. This was what exactly happened to the thousands in Cagayan de Oro who perished because of the floods that typhoon Sendong brought. Did anyone in the city imagine how ferocious the floods that Sendong will bring? Everyone knew that a typhoon locally codenamed as Sendong will hit the city. But no one was able to forecast the water that such typhoon will bring hence the thousands who died because of the floods that washed out homes and its sleeping occupants. These tragedies would have been mitigated and not aggravated if humanity’s relationship with the rest of God’s creation had remained good. That particular relationship is broken because humanity’s relationship with each other and with their Creator is likewise broken. The decision to fix that broken relationship is ours and ours alone to make. Should we fix it or let it remain broken and cause immeasurable suffering and misery on ourselves? Pick your choice. •• (Reactions at jelbacon@ yahoo.com or at jelbaconii@ gmail.com. Read me also at www.raconteurme.blogspot. com)
from page 1 ond major source of electricity, has also almost dried up forcing the National Power Corporation (NPC) to shut down two of the three turbines in the Pulangi hydropower complex. Mindanao is currently experiencing a 300-megawatt deficit in its power supply, according to Brian Diosma of the Mindanao Power Monitoring Committee (MPMC). Diosma said Pulangi hydro
plant, which normally generates around 265 MW, is only producing 60 MW as of Tuesday afternoon. Elsewhere in Mindanao, Diosma said 12-hour rotational brownouts were imposed in parts of North Cotabato especially in the towns of Midsayap, Pikit and Aleosan. Davao and General Santos cities are experiencing six-hour daily brownouts, according to data from MPMC. Diosma said only the province of Agusan del Sur which bought a modular generating set is experiencing shorter brownouts. He said Bayugan city and other towns in Agusan del Sur are only experiencing two hours of brownouts every day. “The entry of STEAG on Thursday will be the only welcome news. The power situation really needs the extra source of electricity,” Paguio said. Steag State Power Inc. (SPI), which operates a 210-MW coal plant in Villanueva, Misamis Oriental, announced that its Unit 1 power generator will start supplying 105 MW to the Mindanao grid on Thursday. Jerome Soldevilla , SPI communications officer said the second unit of power generator which is also capable of supplying another 105 MW, will resume operations on June 1. Both generators of Steag were damaged and conked out during a Mindanao-wide fault last Feb. 27. Soldevilla said their entry on Thursday will add 10 percent to the supply of electricity in Mindanao. “We hope our entry can decrease the brownouts by two hours,” he said. Paguio said Cagayan de Oro needs 140 MW a day but presently the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines and NPC only supply around 29 MW. He said CEPALCO has other power sources like their 42MW Minergy plant and are still looking for other sources. He said they are also keeping an eye on an impending El Nino or dry spell as announced by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration. Diosma said they have already requested the Department of Argiculture to conduct cloud seeding operations over Lake Lanao and Pulangi River. President Aquino created the MPMC through Executive Order 81 on August 2, 2012 to facilitate all initiatives aimed at improving the energy supply in the Mindanao. Supervised by the Mindanao Development Authority, the other members of the MPMC are the Department of Energy, the Energy Regulatory Commission, National Electrification Administration, NPC and the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corp.
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the boxing tournament will be held at the town’s gym where Mini Flyweight Champion Jerry Tumogdan of the Philippine Boxing Federation (PBF) and rated number 5 Mini Flyweight Division Champion Jerson Lazarito are expected to see action. Before the main fight, Del Puerto said boxers will see action in two a 10-rounder fights, followed by three fights for four rounds each, and a fourrounder fight. He said 10 selected amateur bouts from the cities of Valencia, and Malaybalay in Bukidnon, Butuan in Caraga, and Cagayan de Oro will also see actions on the scheduled June 16 boxing event. Aside from the boxing tournament, various surprise activities are being lined up by the local government unit of Villanueva. Villanueva is a 2nd class municipality in the province of Misamis Oriental. It is approximately 30-40 minutes away from the city of Cagayan de Oro.
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masuko,” Dy said as suspects in cable theft and buying have been arrested. “We have to protect the interests of our subscribers who have been adversely affected by the cutting of cable wires by thieves,” he said. Dy said that even during the previous administration the manager of the Misortel had received threats. “I appeal to these people not to resort to this,” he added. Meanwhile, Dy said the company is on a major rehabilitation project to replace old copper wires with fiber optic wires. He said the cable thieves target copper wires because these can be sold as junk. But with the fiber optics “dili kawatonon kay plastic,” he added. He said Misortel has submitted its annual budget to the local finance committee at the provincial capitol. “Governor Yevgeny Vincente “ Bambi” Emano supports our rehabilitation project,” Dy said as he assured subscribers that Misortel would be competitive against other telephone companies. He said when Misortel goes fully digital it would be to the benefit of all subscribers in the province and Cagayan de Oro City. Dy added that they have bought 300 new units of telephone sets and 200 units of routers that are wifi-ready. One of the expansion areas they are looking into is Alubijid in western Misamis Oriental.
PRA Form No. 10.1 (LCRO) Republic of the Philippines LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRY OFFICE PROVINCE OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL CAGAYAN DE’ OEO CITY NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 9048, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that REYNALDO B. LUNIO has filed with this Office a petition for the change of first name from REYNALDO ARCADIO to REYNALDO in the Certificate of Live Birth of REYNALDO ARCADIO B. LONIO who was born on JAN. 12, 1961 in CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY and whose parents are FLORENCIO LONIO and CIRILA BALIBAY. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than May 15, 2014. (Sgd.) NORMA S. DIPUTADO City Civil Registrar MDN: May 7 & 14, 2014
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Truth Special Gospel of the day: Mark12:2834(May7, 2014-Wednesday)Mark 12:28-34-And one of the scribes came, and having heard them reasoning together, and perceiving that he had answered them well, asked him, Which is the first commandment of all? And Jesus answered him, The first of all the commandments [is], Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord: And thou shall love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength: this [is] the first commandment. And the second [is] like, [namely] this, Thou shall love thy neighbor as thyself. There is none other commandment greater than these. And the scribe said unto him, Well, Master, thou hast said the “truth,” for there is one God; and there is none other but he: And to love him with all the heart, and with all the understanding, and with all the soul, and with all the strength, and to love [his] neighbor as himself, is more than all whole burnt offerings and sacrifices. And when Jesus saw that he answered discreetly, he said unto him, Thou art not far from the kingdom of God. Take note, that “we are born to do good” only. Ephesians 2:10-for we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto “good works,” which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them. Isaiah 43:7-[Even] every one that is called by my name: for I have created him “for my glory,” I have formed him; yea, I have made him. Do you love our Almighty God? It is not “enough” if this is not shown to our neighbors. 1 John 4:21-And this commandment have we from him, that he who loves God love his brother also. Therefore, we must “do good things to the people around us,” in order our love to God will become “perfect and concrete.” What have you done to your neighbors? SPONSORED:Neneth - Bobong Balino- Dr. Edith, PhD- Tony Jordan - CDO. St. Peter Calungsod, pray for us! Listen:CDO-Radio Ultra AM-1188-3:00 PM - Sunday: #0928414949009266607505: Question – Prayer request
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LIVING GREEN . Primavera Residences, the multi-awarded green property in Cagayan de Oro City, finally announced the grand winner for their “Living Green in a Modern World: An Earth Day Photography Contest”, on the evening of May 3 at the second floor events venue of Primavera Residences. The tight contest of all amateur photographers in Northern Mindanao who submitted and showcased their original entries that has a concept revolving around the theme, has finally been judged according to its relevance to the theme, originality, composition, overall impact and artistic excellency.Seen in this photo (from left) are the four of the board of judges, Arch. Ranke Lim, Glenn Palacio, Shaun Alejandrae Uy and Butch Enerio together with Mr. Kim Zaldivar being awarded as the 2nd placer by Ms. Cheryll Barriga, General Manager and Vice President of ITPI and Primavera Residences. Judges also includes Architect Romolo Valentino Nati - ITALPINAS (ITPI) Chairman and CEO, Froilan Gallardo of MindaNews and veteran photojournalist, and Michael Ray Ungab – founder of TsadaGyud.com. The top three winning entries are (3rd place) Entry #6: SOLAR ENERGY IS BRIGHT, (2nd place) entry #30: GROUND GREEN and the grand winner is Entry #5: SALVAGED WOOD REVOLUTION by Arch. Marianne Basa. The top three winners received the following major prizes: 2 nights (1st and 2nd placer) and 1 night (3rd placer) luxury stay for 4 (1st placer) and for 2 (2nd and 3rd place) at Primavera Residences with free breakfast, spread (1st placer) and feature (2nd and 3rd placer) in the Primavera newsletter, opportunity to showcase his/her portfolio on the Primavera Blog (1st placer only), Plaque, 3-month membership to Wellness Wednesday Club at Primavera including 2 months pool & gym use, and 1 LTE Pocket Wifi (1st placer only) and additional gift items from Smart Communications to all. It was announced by Ms. Cheryll Barriga, the General Manager of Primavera Residences.The event was in partnership with BusinessWeek Mindanao Magazine and Smart Communications. photo by roque salvo
The SM Store Cagayan de Oro Book Drive
HARE THE FUN and value of reading books as The SM Store CDO brings back the Donate-A Book campaign from May 1 to June 30, 2014. Through SM Foundation Inc. in cooperation with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), the campaign is geared to solicit books and other reading materials from mall goers, book lovers, and generous shoppers for the benefit of many underprivileged children and youth. The project also aims to help develop interest in reading, improve functional literacy and enhance comprehension and creative skills of the younger generation. Target beneficiaries of the Donate-a-Book drive are: Mambuaya Elementary School, Consolacion Elementary School, Lumbia Central School, Reception and Study Center for Children at
DSWD -X, Home for The Girls at DSWD -X and Haven for Women at DSWD-X Shoppers who will who donate new or gently used book(s) at the Donate-A-Book Booth at The SM Store CDO
shall be entitled to a P50 cash coupon. Make a difference and help turn today’s readers become tomorrow’s leaders. Donate books at The SM Store CDO The SM Store. For inquiries, please call 859-1188.
Published on May 6, 2014