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4 dead, 2 missing in M’nao due to floods

Carpenters rush the construction of classrooms in Andap National High School in New Bataan, Compostela Valley province on June 3, to beat the onset of the rainy season. MindaNews photo by Ruby Thursday More

775 families in five barangays in Davao City were affected and evacuated

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OUR persons died, two others were missing and more than 700 families have been affected by floods and landslides in different parts of Mindanao due to rains brought by the inter-tropical convergence zone (ITCZ), the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) reported. floods | page 11

Parents should guard kids against bullying THE Department of Education (DepEd) on Friday reminded parents that the Anti-Bullying bill alone will not entirely protect their children from this sort of

violence or intimidation. Education assistant secretary Jesus Mateo, said that although the House and Senate have approved of the bill and have only to wait for the

president’s approval, it was also important for parents to keep an eye on their children. At present, various videos showing cases of bullying kids | page 11

Comelec mulls automated barangay polls in October THE Commission on Elections (Comelec) is looking at automating the forthcoming Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) polls in October. Comelec Chairman Sixto Brillantes said they are mulling to pilot testing the automated election system (AES) despite not being required by the law. “We are also discussing the possibility of the pilot

use of PCOS machines in the barangay elections,” he said. However, the poll body chief said the automated polls will not be a nationwide as it will only involve a involve a limited number of polling precincts.limited number of polling precincts. “Among the areas we are looking to involve the entire Metro Manila or just one city in Metro Manila, either biggest or smallest city,” Bril-

lantes added. He said that they thought of the idea to be able to make full use of the PCOS machines they have purchased from Smartmatic International for P1.8 billion. “Sayang naman ang mga PCOS machines na nabili na namin, tutal bayad na e,” he said. Brillantes, however, said that the plan is not yet final comelec | page 11

Cynthia Villar bats to protect OFWs as PH observe Migrants Workers Day SENATOR - elect Cynthia Villar renewed her call to the Philippine government to always protect and promote the welfare of over 10 million Filipino migrant workers as the nation commemorates Migrant Workers Day. “It is fitting to celebrate the day of our Overseas Filipino Workers to remember and acknowledge their significant contributions to nation-building,” said Villar. She said OFWs are worthy of being called our ‘modern day heroes’ because of their immense assistance in saving our economy through their remittances.

“We draw a lifeline from their remittances being sent to the country. The dollar remittances provide a big boost to our economy,” said Villar. “We should address all the concerns of our OFWs, starting from their recruitment until the time they are already working in a foreign country,” she added. To ensure the that the rights and well-being of Filipino migrant workers are safeguarded, Villar vows to continue the fight for the creation of the Department of Overseas Filipino Workers (DOFW) villar | page 11

ANTIQUE. This 1939 model of a manual sewing machine which was used to sew military uniforms during the Second World War is displayed at an exhibit dubbed “War of our Fathers” in SM Ecoland, Davao City. The exhibit runs until the Independence Day celebration

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A virgin rain forest in B’la By Aurelio A. Pena

MAGSAYSAY, Davao del Sur -- Rarely could I walk through a real virgin rain forest again - unless I go back to climbing the 8,000-foot high Mt. Talomo in Davao City or the Kidapawan side of Mt. Apo which I did in the early 80s. But last week, I found myself inside a virgin forest again, in the mountains of Upper B’la village in Magsaysay, Davao del Sur, after going along with the family that owns a large tract of rugged, mountainous land planted with coconut and fruit trees. It takes about 13-kilometre from the town of Bansalan to Lower B’la and another five kilometres from the lower village to the Upper B’la. One has to go through a narrow dirt road that winds through coconut farms, mango farms, corn fields and vegetable plots with robust, healthy crops that are helping farmers and villagers earn enough money to send their children to school. Names of congressmen and mayors printed on streamers still dot the narrow dirt road that re-

mains unpaved, despite promises from politicians that the road here would be paved from the asphalted Magsaysay road to that road that leads to Bala. Despite these unpleasant distractions, I was led to a “secret” rain forest similar to the one I visited decades ago at Mt. Talomo. Although it’s inaccurate to call it “secret”, it seems like it was, because no one can see this forest from the village unless one crosses the coconut plantation towards a deep ravine that leads to a rocky river below. The ravine itself is thickly forested with ancient towering trees like Lauan, Mahogany, Molave, and other indigenous trees that one only finds in a rain forest. The rainforest reminded me of the uncharted, unexplored rain forests of Mt Talomo whose trails were cleared and opened by a selected group of mountaineer-explorers of the Mt. Apo Climbers Association of Davao City (MACADAC) in the 1980s with me acting as its “scout.” The rain forest at Upper B’la is not totally protected from slash-and-burn

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Governor Elect Claude “Auding” Bautista “The Good Governance in the South” The good governance is the key to good public service anywhere, and any time in the land. It is not a miracle that Claude “Auding” Bautista have won during the last elections on May 13, 2013. It is rather the trust and confidence of the residents of the Province of Davao del Sur that prevailed by voting him as the new Governor of Davao del Sur. I believe that Governor Elect Claude Bautista has the leadership and more capable to lead his people to prosperity and better life in the near future. In my observation, he has an advance and well-studied program of government which will surely bring the province to a better living condition for its citizenry, being stated in the twelve Twelve (12) agenda of his

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administration, as follows : 1) Industrial Development Program; 2) Agriculture; 3) Tree Production; 4) Livestock Farming; 5) Fishing; 6) Education; 7) Health; 8) Infrastructure; 9) Peace & Order; 10) Overseas Employment and Partnership; 11) Women & Youth Program; and 12) Senior Citizens. As noticed, the abovementioned program and government is not easy to implement but with the strong personality and good moral character of Governor Elect Cluade Bautista, everything is on the right track for the Province of Davao del Sur now and in the years ahead. As a matter

Pointers of Hidden Gate Tom AL Caballero of fact, he is a good family man, with Wife “Mimi” and blessed with six {6} children. He is the son of ExCongressman, Congressman Benjamin V. Bautista, Sr. and Pilar Peralta Bautista. He has a good educational records at Pangasinan State University and Ateneo de Davao University. He has also a good experience in the public service, being a Senior Board Member of District 2, Davao del Sur, Municipal Mayor of Malita, Davao del Sur, and a

Congressman of District 2, Davao del Sur, rendering a sincere and more dedicated public servant of his life. It is a dreamed come true that Governor Elect Claude “Auding” Bautista is the champion as Governor of the Province of Davao del Sur during the last elections on May 13, 2013. Lastly, we have to be thankful to the Almighty for the favorable election results happen to the people of Davao del Sur. We are proud to say… Mabuhay ! ! Davao del Sur.

Young PMA officer killed in Misamis Oriental encounter By CRIS DIAZ Executive Editor

CAMP EVANGELISTA, Cagayan de Oro City -- A young army officer died at the military hospital here for serious gunshot wounds inflicted in an encounter with the New People’s Army (NPA) rebels Friday noon in Misamis Oriental, the military said Saturday. Maj. Leo E. Bongosia, spokesperson of the army’s 4th Infantry Division, said the 2nd Lt. Dennis Avila, 24, of PMA Class 2011,

and a native of Tarlac, succumbed to serious gunshot wounds while being treated at the military hospital here around 7:00 p.m. Friday. He said Avila was one of the military personnel of the army’s 58th Infantry Battalion who was wounded during a running gun battle with NPA rebels in the bordering towns of Claveria in Misamis Oriental and Malitbog in Bukidnon Friday afternoon. The other wounded army officer was Private First Class Ales Andilong, also of the 58th IB. Andilong who was also brought to the military hospital here is now out of danger, Bongosia added. He said that Avila’s team was on combat operations in the farming village of Abacahan in Mat-I, Claveria, Misamis Oriental when they encountered about 30 fully armed rebels resulting in a running gun battle that started past 11:00 a.m. Friday. Bongosia said that Avila’s team pursued the withdrawing NPA rebels toward the borders of Malitbog in a more than an hour intermittent gun battle that resulted in the wounding of Avila and Andilong. Avila was hit on the killed | page 11

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Dealing Pupils with Learning Disability: A Teachers’ Short Guide By MARY GLO BACARRISAS – CATARONG

School opening is here again and teachers should have a great awareness about learning disability and some strategies in handling them. To deal pupils with learning disability is never easy but when one does, it becomes a fulfilling job as an educator! According to the Department of Education,

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COWD due to five interruptions. “In May 2 0 1 3 , t h e problem b ecame more pronounced with eleven (11) interruptions due to turbidity and over delivery. As a result, Rio Verde increased its delivery rate to as much as 2,500 cu.m. per hour to compensate but would stop when they had reached 40,000 cu.m. This was not what was needed by our system and certainly not what we specified to Rio Verde,” Mr. Batar said. “Our plant can deal with all kinds of turbidity but we just chose to operate when the raw water abstracted from the Bubunawan River is less turbid since we can still comply with the daily requirement of 40,000 cu.m. even if we choose to do this,” said Engr. Joffrey E. Hapitan, Sr. Vice President for Operations of Rio Verde in a text message from Leyte. COWD management met with Rio Verde officials on April 24 and again last May 31 to address the problem. Mr. Hapitan confirmed COWD has ordered additional volumes starting June 1st which has enabled them to deliver at the average rate of 2,000 cu.m. per hour. “As of today, supply from Rio Verde is stable at more or less a constant rate throughout the day,” Mr. Batar said. “This is what is most beneficial to our system.”| Besides the bulk water supply, Ms. Beja also stressed the need to address the COWD’s long standing problem with Non-Revenue Water (NRW) which is now averaging around 52-54%, down from the previous 59%. “Addressing NRW is a very capital extensive undertaking requiring at least PhP 500,000.00,” Ms. Beja said. “This involves extensive pipe replacement and rehabilitation and the program was integrated into the proposed increase in water rates from PhP 16 to PhP 21/cu.m. However, since the rate adjustment supposed to have been implemented two years ago was shelved, it has been very difficult to address without a major capex.”

learning disabilities affect around 40,000 Filipino schoolchildren. The majority of these affected kids are boys. Learning disability is defined as a neurological condition that interferes with a person’s ability to store, process, or produce information (LD Association of America, 2011). This kind of disability is commonly hereditary, this cannot be cured or treated, and this is life-long. Pupils should not be

called as lazy, dumb or “bobo”. The problem here is on how their brain processes information in a different way as others does. The common types of learning disability are: dyslexia (disability in reading words); dyscalculia (disability in mathematical problems, numbers, etc.); and dysgraphia (disability in writing and other spatial orientation). Proper interventions are very much needed to address these kinds of dis-

Ralph Vincent T. Abaragan, chairman of the SAVE CDO Now Movement, who was present during the press conference, posted online his disappointment with the COWD's poor performance in addressing the issues facing it. "We acknowledge the efforts of the management to explain to the public how ser vices failed on some occasions before and presently and how they address it, but to us the consuming public couldn't care less about such details and that the board of directors together with the top management obviously was not able to anticipate, much more prepare, in arresting possible failures related to the works of the whole system." "We see no concrete master plan on how to curb system loss, connection theft, future immediate demand increments and much more preventive mai nte nanc e to avoi d service failures. Back up systems are clearly not defined, rescue initiatives not evident. We view your efforts to be your best but unfortunately your best isn't good enough. The data you have accumulated over the years of operation are enough tools and references for your necessary study or analysis and actions that need not be the defining line of your shortcomings." "On this light the public must be made satisfied, and participation of civil society and all other sectors must be given an outmost priority as taxpayers and stake holders of this failing institution." However, Tito Mora, a member of the environ-

mental watchdog SULOG, One Sendong is Enough, who attended the press conference, said there’s more to water supply problem than meets the eye. “Rio Verde stopped the supply of water due to the river's turbidity. Now that Rio Verde and the COWD have sat down to have a continuous supply despite turbidity of the river, we all need to address the root cause of turbidity. On June 25, SULOG will be facing multinational and industrial firms deriving their income from the environment. Our hope is for the adoption of sustainable agricultural practices, payment for environmental ser vices and other issues to address concerns such as the turbidity of our water system. This is the second forum/ workshop and follow-up to the SULOG forum which will serve as an input for the incoming leaders of the region which carries with it our commitment to make the plans work. Former councilor Bob Ocio, who chaired the city council environment committee during his tenure, shared this observation: “The water supply situation is like a ticking time bomb. It is not a problem but simply a symptom of a large-scale environmental crisis. How are we going to solve the problem in a split second when all they left are denuded forests? I have been advocating for a massive and large scale Food Forest Restoration Program”. The earlier for us to realize this, the better. Or we shall be all glued in disaster and disasters due to the environmental crisis which we are actually facing.”

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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 Julieta Bolongaita Llido has filed with this Office, a petition for correction of child’s first name from “JULITA” to “JULIETA” and correction of entry in the date of birth from “JULY 30, 1955” to “July 31, 1955” in the certificate of birth of JULITA BOLONGAITA at Medina, Misamis Oriental and whose parents are ANTONINO BOLONGAITA and ZOSIMA TOLENTINO. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this office not later than June 26, 2013. (Sgd.) MARINA MAQUIDATO-AMONCIO Municipal Civil Registrar MDN: JUNE 10 & 17, 2013

ability in pupils. The following are some strategies that teachers may apply in dealing with learning disability: • Break down instructions into small steps; • Be simple in giving commands/directions; • Help pupils to realize the objectives in every lesson; • Say or discuss what are

expected of them; • Make use of graphics, diagrams, or pictures; • Ne ver s ay negat ive against their works; • Encourage them in every activity in school; • Provide positive reinforcements for a well-done activity; • Inform parents on how they can help their child

at home; and • Use, if possible, Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) Teachers should always bear in mind that having a pupil with learning disability is very challenging for this serves as a test on how efficient they are in becoming an educator to one’s life.


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IN spite of the much-ballyhooed 7.8 percent growth in the country’s Gross Domestic Production, the country is still reeling in abject poverty. The truth is that the people did not, or will never; notice any economic development in this country in the next 10 years. Well, that is a conservative albeit an ambiguous statement. What might be obvious is the fact that this country could never bail Cris Diaz out of the quagmire of poverty in the future. How could this country move forward as everybody wishes? One could not even understand how the economic managers were able to justify the approved budget for the fiscal year 2013. Perchance, we are ordinary mortals who do not understand the nitty-gritty of budgetary priorities. This simply leads us to an unstructured understanding of state sponsored budget spending. Nevertheless, we are looking at the budgetary priorities of the government in its simplest and concrete forms. For instance, the government allocated a P 238 billion for the Department of Education this year. Despite the huge amount, DepEd still suffers shortage of teachers, lack of classrooms, books, and amenities in public schools. This problem leaves our jaws stuck in wonder on how DepEd is spending the taxpayers’ hard-earned money. Why do public schools complain of the lack of everything when in truth the education department is financially stable? There must be problems somewhere else. Or, is this because that corruption still abounds in public schools and universities in the country?

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We are not accusing the education department of its incompetence in handling public funds. Notwithstanding, we are wondering how the education department is spending P 238 billion budget. We also heard of public school teachers asking local government units for various infrastructure projects in their schools. For instance, public school teachers begged for the construction of new school buildings at the expense of local government units. Where does the DepEd allocate the budget for this purpose? We want the education department to be transparent in the spending of public fund. Otherwise, it would be just fair to reduce the education department’s budget to subsistence level. Let other government department such as the health and social services departments enjoy more budget than any other does. Another government that enjoys so much budget is the Department of Interior and Local Government Unit (DILG). What for? DILG’s mandate is to supervise operation of local government units such as provinces, cities, and municipalities. The interior department does provide funds for the operation of local government units. With an annual budget of more than P 121 billion, it becomes inevitable for Juan de la Cruz (the common man) to be disturbed. Candidly speaking, the interior government department is one of the highly expensive “white elephants” whose huge budget is unfair to the taxpaying public. Can anybody explain why this government could not deliver the basic services that the citizenry really needs? The health department’s 2013 budget is only P 54 billion, a budget almost equal to the annual budget of the social services department of about P 54 billion, too. React: crisguardian@yahoo.com

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GOD moves and works in miraculous and mysterious ways. It is a fact that He made each and every human being unique and extra-ordinary. In fact, no two beings are physically the same. He gave man his free-will and the ability to find out and reason out things the way he wants to. Some are gifted with extra ordinary intellects while others, so so. Yet to every man He created was instilled with the command to “Trust in the LORD with all your heart; and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct your paths.” (Proverbs 3:5-6). We are told, positively, to trust the

The New Generation Alex A. Podador Lord and, negatively, not to trust our own understanding. In other words, if we trust in the Lord, we cannot also depend upon our own ability to understand everything God is doing. If we are to truly trust Him, we have to let go of our pride, our programs, and our plans. Even the best-laid human plans can-

not begin to approach the magnificent of God’s plan. “For the foolishness of God is wiser than human wisdom” (1 Corinthians 1:25). Many of us want to weigh things by our own pressumptions but in so many areas we must acknowledge that we cannot understand. We must approve of God’s ways, even when we

can’t comprehend them. Isaiah 55:8-9 tells us why we often don’t understand what God is doing: “’For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,’ declares the Lord. ‘For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts.’” God sees the whole picture, while we only see our tiny corner of it. To trust in the Lord with all our heart means we can’t place our own right to understand above His right to direct our lives the way He sees fit. When we insist on God always making sense to our finite minds, we are setting ourselves up TRUST | page 7

Are you merciful? Fresh Gospel of the day: Luke7:11-17(June9, 2013-Sunday)Luke 7:1117-And it came to pass the day after, that he went into a city called Nain; and many of his disciples went with him, and much people. Now when he came nigh to the gate of the city, behold, there was a dead man carried out, the only son of his mother, and she was a widow: and much people of the city was with her. And when the Lord saw her, he had compassion on her, and said unto her, Weep not. And he came and touched the bier: and they that bare [him] stood still. And he said, Young man, I say unto thee, Arise. And he that was dead

Biblical reflection Bro. Edcel L. Closas sat up, and began to speak. And he delivered him to his mother. And there came a fear on all: and they glorified God, saying, that a great prophet is risen up among us; and, that God hath visited his people. And this rumour of him went forth throughout all Judaea, and throughout all the region round about: this is the “scenario of truth after death” that there is a resur-

rection in the second life. In Corinthian 15:3556- this is the details of the resurrection of the dead and we must hope for this gift of life. The “souls in heaven will come down here on earth at the end and to unite again with the dust body and this will become a “glorified body.” In John11:38-44-Lazaro “rose from the dead” because of the “power of Jesus.”

The “pity of Jesus urges him to help” the family of this dead son. This is concrete evidence that Jesus is merciful and he can’t afford to watch the situation of a person. So meaning, God intervenes in our day to day life situations. This is not like us, we are just watching the “dilemma and sufferings of others.” Are you merciful? SPONSORED: Neneth Bobong Balino- Dr. Edith, PhD- Tony Jordan - CDO. St. Peter Calungsod, pray for us! L isten: CD O-R adio Ultra AM-1188-3:00 PM - Sunday: #0928414949009266607505: Question – Prayer request


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All set for joint commemoration of Independence, Charter Day on June 12 ON June 12, 2013, at 6:30 a.m., the city of Cagayan de Oro headed by Mayor Vicente Y. Emano and Vice Mayor Caesar Ian E. Acenas will pay homage to the country, to freedom fighters and to the Philippine Flag as it commemorates

the 115th Anniversary of the declaration of Philippine Independence. The city will also jointly celebrate the 63rd Anniversary of Cagayan de Oro as a Chartered City on that day. A fitting program will take

NOTICE TO CEPALCO CUSTOMERS The Cagayan Electric Power & Light Company, Inc. [CEPALCO] would like to inform its valued customers and the public in general of a scheduled Public Hearing to be conducted by the Energy Regulatory Commission [ERC] In The Matter of the Joint Application for Approval of the Distribution Wheeling Service Agreement (DWSA) entered into between Cagayan Electric Power & Light Co., Inc. (CEPALCO) and Philippine Sinter Corporation (PSC) together with the proposed Rate Schedule, in ERC Case No. 2013-004 RC. The ERC Public Hearing is scheduled on June 19, 2013, (Wednesday) at Two o’clock in the Afternoon (2:00 P.M.) at the Dynasty Hotel and Restaurant, Dining One Function Room, Tiano corner Hayes Streets, Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental.

place at Kiosko Kagawasan, Divisoria Plaza, which will start with an overture to be rendered by the 4th ID Band, followed by an ecumenical prayer led by Ret. Rev. Felixberto L. Calang, Msgr. Elmer S. Abacahin, SSJV and Ustadz

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ONE of the central themes in the Bangko Sentral’s financial education and literacy advocacy is the need for our citizens not just to save - but to save in banks. While the Bangko Sentral has made progress during the last ten years, the Bangko Sentral still has more ground to cover. Ten years ago, only one out of five Filipinos had savings. Today, this figure has improved to one out of four. But of those who had savings, only two out of five saved in banks. The Bangko Sentral maintains that saving in banks would still be more advantageous compared to keeping money at home – in

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of the 16th City Council and City Hall department heads. Mayor Emano and Maj. Gen Felix will also lead the executive wreath laying ceremony after which the mayor will deliver his message to the people of the city.

Activities that will mark the joint commemoration of the two historic milestons have been prepared by the task force chaired by Councilor Alexander Dacer, which was created by Mayor Emano for the purpose. (LCR)

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Aliasa Alinog. The raising of the Philippine Flag will be led by Mayor Emano, Vice Mayor Acenas, Maj. Gen. Victor A. Felix of the Armed Forces of the Philipines (AFP), P/C Supt. Jufel C. Adriatico, members

Speaking Out Ignacio Bunye piggy banks, cookie jars or under the mattress. Savings in banks earn deposits. Savings in banks are mobilized by these institutions for on-lending to productive enterprises or for consumption. Thus savings in banks help grow the economy. Finally, all things being equal, savers in banks are protected from risks such

as thefts, fires and similar occurrences. During our regular financial education and literacy programs, we are almost always asked the following question: “You encourage us to save in banks. But you keep closing banks! How then do you expect us to save in banks?” Very good observation

pears to be right, but in the end it leads to death.” When we choose to direct our lives according to what seems right to us, we often reap disaster. Every culture has tried to get God to approve of its definition of right and

wrong, but God never changes and His standards never change. Every person must make a decision whether to live his or her life according to personal preference or according to the unchanging Word of God.

but something that can be explained. First, the total size of closed banks is but a small fraction of the entire financial system. We also explain the closures by clarifying the role of the Bangko Sentral as the supervisor and regulator of banks. That the mandate of the BSP is to make the entire banking system strong and resilient. That strict rules and regulations are put in place to ensure that banks have adequate capital, that they under good management and that those who accept other people’s money as deposit act with prudence at all times BANKS | page 11

We often will not understand how God is causing all things to work together for good but when we trust Him with all our hearts, we know that He is. He will never fail us. God is the same yesterday, today and forever.


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in Davao City and Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur alone, Hedcor had planted close to 14,000 trees during the first quarter of this year. These cover at least 14,000 hectares in Sibulan, Sta.Cruz, Davao del Sur and Tamugan, Davao City. NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that the estate of spouses JUAN L. ARIÑAS and CANDELARIA L. ARIÑAS, who both died intestate in Butuan City on April 30, 1995 and December 7, 1989, respectively, consisting of a parcel of land (Lot 2, Pcs-13-000084, being a portion of Lot 428-B-4 (LRC) Psd-48567 & Lot 428-B-5-C-3-B-3-H-19-E, Psd10202-015884), situated in Langihan, Butuan City, Agusan del Norte, covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No. RT-33977 containing an area of 1,002 square meters, of which a portion of said title was sold to Mr. Loreto C. Suson with an area of 275 square meters, more or less, is the subject of an EXTRA-JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT AND PARTITION AMONG THE HEIRS OF THE LATE SPOUSES JUAN L. ARIÑAS AND CANDELARIA L. ARIÑAS WITH SIMULTANEOUS DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE TO LORETO C. SUSON made and entered into by the surviving legal heirs of decedents Juan L. Ariñas and Candelaria L. Ariñas, per Doc. No. 149; Page 15; Book No. CIV; Series of 2013 of the Notarial Registry of Atty. Richard L. Lamigo, Notary Public for and in the City of Butuan. MDN: May 27, June 3 & 10, 2013

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late JOSEFA ABROGAR, who died on August 3, 1944, at Cagayan de Oro City, at the time of his demise, left behind a real estate registered under the name of his spouse as conjugal property. A parcel of lot covered under P-1402, Containing an area of FIFTY FIVE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED AND TWENTY THREE (55,523) SQUARE METERS, is the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE, made and executed by and among the following: A. RAMON DEL PUERTO – TEN THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED FOUR AND 6/100 (10,904.6) SQUARE METERS B. Heirs of FEDERICO DEL PUERTO, namely: TEN THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED FOUR AND 6/100 (10,904.6) SQUARE METERS • MARIEFE PADERANGA • FEDERICO DEL PUERTO Jr. • EULOGIO ZACARIAS DEL PUERTO • FRANCISCO DEL PUERTO • MICHAEL DEL PUERTO • AUREA JANE DEL PUERTO • LEWINA DEL PUERTO • LORENZ DEL PUERTO • CLARENCE DEL PUERTO C. Heirs of ANTONIO DEL PUERTO, namely: - TEN THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED FOUR AND 6/100 (10,904.6) SQUARE METERS • JOSEFINA BRIZA DEL PUERTO • EMILIO DEL PUERTO • RAUL DEL PUERTO • MATILDE DEL PUERTO • FRANCO MAR DEL PUERTO • JAMES QUERICO DEL PUERTO • ANTONIO DEL PUERTO Jr. • SILVANA DEL PUERTO represented by AUREA MATILDE DEL PUERTO • ESPERANZA DEL PUERTO represented by AUREA MATILDE DEL PUERTO • CHRISTINA P. MAGPARANGALAN represented by AUREA MATILDE DEL PUERTO D. Heirs of ADELA DEL PUERTO, namely: - TEN THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED FOUR AND 6/100 (10,904.6) SQUARE METERS • MARIBEL KOPPEL • ALFRED KOPPEL • DAVID CLAY • GINGER CLAY • TOMMY CLAY E. Heirs of EDUARDO DEL PUERTO, namely: - TEN THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED FOUR AND 6/100 (10,904.6) SQUARE METERS • LORNA DEL PUERTO • AUGUSTINE DEL PUERTO F. ODILON A. APOLINARIO – ONE THOUSAND (1,000.00) SQUARE METERS as attorney’s fees on contingent basis. That the above-named parties are the surviving heirs of the late JOSEFA ABROGAR, as per Doc. No. 224; Page No. 45; Book No. XIII; Series of 2013, under Notary Public of ATTY. MILBER ALINAS. MDN: MAY 27, JUNE 3 & 10, 2013

This year, Hedcor aims at planting at least 200,000 trees to protect the environment and its investments in the power industry. The company do this through partnership with its host communities. Also, every employee of the wholly-owned subsidiary of the AboitizPower Corp. is encouraged to plant at least 20 trees a year. “Tree planting in partnership with host communities has been observed regularly,” he said. Last year, Hedcor planted over 600,000 trees all over the country. “We also educate people not to cut trees,” he said as

he explained that educating residents of host communities on the importance of watersheds is just as important as its reforestation projects. Hedcor is also into river bank stabilization, road-side rehabilitation and watershed management/reforestation. No other company in the power industry can top Hedcor’s projects in protecting the environment, which it has been doing for the past 35 years of its existence. Proof to this is its Seal of Approval from the Department of Energy (DoE) and Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). The company is also an ISO certified for Environ-

ment Management Systems. The company, however, does not stop there. Its foresters constantly monitor and maintain the trees to ensure its survival. Hedcor is presently coordinating with the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) for the free and prior intent consent (FPIC) process for its 52 megawatt (MW) hydropower plant project in Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon. “This project in Manolo Fortich will not affect any lumad community. But we will be passing through an ancestral domain land, so we need to get their FPIC to allow us to pass through to

Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT 4th Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City IN RE PETITION TO APPROVE AND REGISTER THE DIVORCE OF SPOUSES YOSHIO SHIBATA AND CHRISTINE L. FADERAN GA-SHIBAT A.

CIVIL CASE N0. 2013-060

Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT 4th Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City IN RE PETITION TO APPROVE AND REGISTER THE DIVORCE OF SPOUSES BENEDICTO A. MIRANDA AND JUDITH C. MAUNES-MIRANDA,

CIVIL CASE NO. 2013-062

BENEDICTO A. MIRANDA AND JUDITH C. MAUNES-MIRANDA. Petitioners. x-----------------------------------------------------/

YOSHIO SHIBATA AND CHRISTINE L. P ADER ANGA-SHIBATA, Petitioners. x-----------------------------------------------------/

ORDER

ORDER Before this court is verified Petition for the approval and Registration of the Divorce filed by the petitioners and alleging among others: That petitioners are husband and wife respectively in a marriage performed under civil rites on May 28, 2000 at Ozamis City, petitioner-wife converted to Islam faith, of which conversion to Islam, both of them can be served with summons and notices at their residents al Ozamis City and Iligan City respectively: That said marriage did not last long, due to lack of love and affection until the relationship manifested incompatibility and sustained misunderstanding between petitioners and reached the point of irreconcilability and they separated for over two (2) years already, since early part of 2011 they decide to live physically in bed and board thereby executed Divorce Agreement in order to formalize their separation: Since their separation, they had never been communicating or supporting either financially or emotionally to each other, neither minding each other’s affairs: Petitioner s seek judicial decree or divorce thereby surviving their marriage bond on May 28, 2000 so that they will have free hand to do what a single man or woman could do without marital burden; Reconciliation between them had already been diligently employed but ail proved futile. WHEREFORE, finding this joint petition to be sufficient Inform and substance set the initial hearing of this case on June 28, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. at which time, date and place, any interested party may appear and show why the petition should not be granted. Let copy of this Order be published in a news paper of General Circulation in the City of Iligan one week tor three (3) consecutive weeks at the expense of the petitioners. SO ORDERED Iligan City, Philippines, this 29th day of May, 2013. HON. OSOP M ALI Presiding Judge MDN: June 3, 10 & 17, 2013

Before this court is verified Joint Petition for the approval and Registration of the Divorce filed by their counsel and alleging among others: That petitioners are husband and wife respectively in a marriage performed under civil rites on October 8, 1985 at Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, they converted to Islam faith, of which conversions to Islam were Registered with this court both of them COD be served with summons and otter legal processes relative to this case c/o Zaide law Office, 2nd Floor, Pafs Mejia Bldg., Roxas Avenue, Iligan City, That said marriage did not last long, due to lack of love and affection until the relationship manifested incompatibility and sustained misunderstanding between petitioners and reached the point irreconcilability and they separated for over twenty eight (28) years already they decide to live physically in bed and board thereby executed Divorce Agreement in order to formalize their separation: Since their separation, they had never been communicating or supporting either financially or emotionally to each other, neither minding each other’s affairs; Petitioner’s seek judicial decree of divorce thereby surviving their marriage bond on October 8, 1985 so that they will have free hand to do what a single man or woman could do without marital burden; Reconciliation between them had already been diligently employed but all proved futile. WHEREFORE, finding this Joint petition to he sufficient Inform and substance set the initial hearing of this case on June 28, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. at which time, date and place, any interested party may appear and show why the petition should not be granted Let copy of this Order be published in a news paper of General Circulation m the City of Iligan one week for three (3) consecutive weeks at the expense of the petitioners. SO ORDERED Iligan City Philippines, this 31st day of May, 2013. HON. OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge

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Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT 4th Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City IN RE PETITION TO APPROVE AND REGISTER THE DIVORCE OF SPOUSES JUAN1TO W. EBORA AND OSEPHINE O. VILAKAY -EBORA.

our project site,” he said. “So far, there is no opposition from the lumads,” he added. Hedcor’s Manolo Fortich hydropower plant project is composed of two cascading plants that will harness power from the Amusig, Guihean and Tanaon rivers. Its “Manolo Fortich Hydro 1” will have a capacity of 35.2 MW while the “Manolo Fortich Hydro 2” will generate 16.4 MW. “Both plants combined can produce a total of almost 300 million kWh a year,” Jabonillo said. “The Manolo Fortich project is expected to go online in 2015 and will supply at least help in 35 percent of

CIVIL CASE NO 2013-061

Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT 4th Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City NORA TAHADLANGIT GINGCO, Petitioner. -Versus-

Civil Case No 2013-050 For. Judicial Decree of Divorce.

ROBERT P. GINGCO, Respondent. x----------------------------------------------------/

JUANITO W. EBORA AND JOSEPHINE O. VILARAY-EBORA. Petitioners x-------------------------------------------------/

SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION TO ROBERT P. GINGCO Rebe, Lala, Lanao del Norte

ORDER

GREETINGS:

Before this court is verified Joint Petition for the approval and Registration of the Divorce filed by their counsel and alleging among others: That petitioners are husband and wife respectively in a marriage performed under civil rites on June 7, 1990 at General Santos City, they converted to Islam faith, of which conversions to Islam were Registered with this court, both of them can be served with summons and notices at c/o Zaide Law Office. 2nd Floor. Pafs Mejia Bldg., Roxas Avenue, Iligan City; That said marriage did not last long, due to lack of love and affection until the relationship manifested incompatibility and sustained misunderstanding between petitioners and reached the point of irreconcilability and they separated for over twenty three (23) years already. they decide to live physically in bed and board thereby executed Divorce Agreement in order to formalize their separation; Since their separation, they had never been communicating or supporting either financially or emotionally to each other, neither minding each other’s affairs; Petitioner’s seek judicial decree of divorce hereby surviving their marriage bond on June 7, §990 so that they will have free hand to do what a single man or woman could do without marital burden; Reconciliation between them had already diligently but all proved futile; WHEREFORE, finding this joint petition to be sufficient Inform and substance set the initial hearing of this case on June 28, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. at which time, date and place any interested party may appear and show why the petition should not be granted Let copy of this larder be published in a news paper of General Circulation in the City of Iligan one week for three (3) consecutive weeks at the expense of the petitioners. SO ORDERED Iligan City, Philippines. this 30th day of May, 2013.

WHEREAS, on May 13, 2013, this Court issued an order directing the petitioner to effect service of summons by publications upon respondent ROBERT P. GINGCO. RODRIGUEZ in a newspaper of General circulation in this city, one a week for 3 consecutive weeks at the expense of herein petitioner; WHEREAS, that petitioner is a Muslim and husband and wife married on May 14, 1994 at Maranding, Lala, Lanao del Norte; WHEREAS, petitioner filed this petition against the respondent for violation of Art 52 of P.D. 1083 or the Muslim Code; WHEREAS, That respondent since 2000 separated from the petitioner and right from that time no communication whatsoever took place between them and hence, the here in petitioner is compelled to pursue divorce against him, and since then no support is given by die former to the latter; NOW, THEREFORE, you respondent ROBERT P. GINGCO is hereby summoned and required to file with this Court, within 15 days from the last date of the Publication of this summons, your comment/answer to the petition furnish copy to the petitioner San Manue, Lala, Lanao del Norte; You are reminded of IBP-OCA Memorandum on Policy Guidelines dated March 12, 2002 to observe restrained in filing a motion to dismiss and instead allege the grounds thereof as defenses in the answer/comment. Should you fail to answer/comment to the petition within the aforesaid period, the court shall proceed to receive the evidences ex- parte upon which judgment shall be rendered on the same petition. Iligan City, Lanao dei Norte, Philippines, May 15, 2013.

HON. OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge

NASRODING A. ALI Clerk of Court

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Magpahigayon ug Subasta sa tanang wala mabag-o o wala malukat nga mga prenda nga milapas na sa gitakdang panahon gikan sa DISYEMBRE 01, 2012 hangtod sa PEBRERO 28, 2013. Ang maong Subasta ipahigayon karong HUNYO 15, 2013 sa may alas 9:00 ang takna sa buntag hangtud sa 12:00 ang takna sa udto. Kini ipahigayon didto sa ilang tagsa-tagsa ka dapit nga nahisgutan sa unang bahin ning maong pahibalo. TAGDUMALA

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Mindanao’s power shortage assuming we get all necessary permits on time,” he said. The greatest hurdle a hydropower plant project needs to overcome is how to secure a total of 27 permits before it can even start. “It is Hedcor’s policy that we will not start a project if we lack even one permit,” Jabonillo said. Hedcor signed last March a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with local government officials of the barangays of Dalirig, Guilang-Guilang, Santiago and Maluco of Manolo Fortich and Barangay Guihean of Impasug-ong town. Also present during the MOA signing was Impasugong Mayor Mario Okinlay. He was present because one of the rivers that will be harnessed to provide power to Hedcor’s plants passes through Impasug-ong. The MOA signing signaled the start of a more detailed feasibility study for the project. Romeo Montenegro, Investment Promotion and Public Affairs director for the Mindanao Development Authority (MinDA), hailed Hedcor for its projects, saying these hydropower plants will help ease the Mindanao power shortage. Montenegro told the Business Daily recently that Mindanao will require at least 500 MW of new capacity by 2016, another 500 MW by 2020, and 1,600MW by 2030. Three years from now or by 2016, the power situation in the southern Philippines will considerably improve when all committed power projects, including coal-fired power plants project, will go online. Aside from its Manolo Fortich project, Hedcor is also presently constructing two run-of-river hydro plants known as “Tudaya 1” and “Tudaya 2” in Davao del Sur, with a combined capacity of 14 MW. These plants are expansions of the existing Sibulan Hydropower plants, which are generating 42.5 MW for the Davao Region, which hosts seven (2 in Sibulan and 5 in Talomo) of Hedcor’s 19 hydropower plants nationwide. (Bong D. Fabe)

ROWIL G. RODRIGUEZ, -versus-

Petitioner,

Civil Case No. 2013-058 For Divorce by TALAQ.

LILYBELLE B. RODRIGUEZ, Respondent x----------------------------------------------------/ SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION TO LILYBELLE B. RODRIGUEZ, Purok I Salle Road Palao, Iligan City GREETINGS, WHEREAS, on May 29, 2013, this Court issued an order directing the petitioner to effect service of summons by publications upon respondent LILYBELLE B. RODRIGUEZ in a newspaper of general circulation in this city, one a week for 3 consecutive weeks at the expense of herein petitioner; WHEREAS, that petitioner is Muslim and husband and wife married on July 14, 2004 at Iligan City. WHEREAS, petitioner filed this petition against the respondent for violation of Art. 52 PD 1083 or the Muslim Code: WHEREAS, that respondent separated from the petitioner and right from that time no communication whosoever took place between them and hence, the herein petitioner is compelled to pursue divorce against her, NOW THEREFORE you respondent LILYBELLE B. RODR1GUEZ is hereby summoned and required to file with this Court within 15 days from the last date of the publication of this summons, your comment/answer to the petition furnish copy to the petitioner San Manue, Lala, Lanao del Norte; You are reminded of IBP-OCA Memorandum on Policy Guidelines dated March 12, 2002 to observe restrained in filing a motion to dismiss and instead allege the grounds thereof as defenses in the answer/comment. Should you fail to answer/comment to the petition within the aforesaid period, the court shall proceed to receive the evidences ex- parte upon which judgment shall be rendered on the same petition. Iligan City, Lanao del Norte, Philippines, May 31, 2013. HON. OSOP M ALI Presiding Judge MDN: June 3, 10 & 17, 2013


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Manny Pacquiao Presents Nat’l Boxing Championships THE first Manny Pacquiao Presents National Boxing Championship will kick off next month in Manila in partnership with the GMA TV Channel 7. “It is an 8-division tournament with eight outstanding and upcoming professional boxers to be selected in each division for a total of 56 boxers,” said boxing writercommentator and former North Cotabato Gov. Manny Pinol, who met with the different boxing managers and representatives of the boxing stables in Mindanao last Wednesday at the plush Royal Mandaya Hotel in Davao City. The selected boxers will fight in a round robin competition with huge cash prizes including the Manny Pacquiao Cup going to the champion. “The champion will P100,000 and will also be promoted by MPP and GMA 7 to become as the next world champion,” said Pinol, who will next meet the boxing

managers in Manila next week to discuss the same event which will be staged at the new Solaire Hotel and Casino at Manila Bay. The boxers will have free transportation and an apartment to stay. They will also be provided a boxing gym for their training in Manila. The tournament is expected to culminate in June next year. “We need to promote our boxers and this is the solution for us to discover and develop the next Manny Pacquiao or the world boxing champion of the country,” said Pinol, who also handles world-calibre fighters from North Cotabato under his Braveheart Boxing Stable and Promotion. The fights will all be held at the Solaire Hotel and will be telecast nationwide by the GMA 7 with the 8th-time world division champion Pacquiao as the host. “Kami ni Chino (Trinidad) will only be pitching in if Manny (Pacquiao) will not

be available,” said Pinol, who conceptualized the project that will provide an efficient system to discover and select the best young and upcoming Filipino boxers in eight weight categories. The 8 divisions are the junior flyweight (108 lbs.), flyweight (112 lbs.), junior bantamweight (115 lbs.), bantamweight (118 lbs.), junior featherweight (122 lbs.), featherweight (126 lbs.), junior lightweight (130 lbs.) and lightweight (136 lbs.). Qualified to join are boxers aging 28 years old or below and must have fought at least eight professional fights for the eight rounder and six professional fights for the six rounder. He must have not loss more than 40% of his fights and has not won any regional or national title. The boxer must be represented by a boxing manager and will also agree to undergo further training and promotions outside the country and will

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landslides in Barangays San Isidro, Tinago, and Pedagan. No casualties were reported from the floods and landslides. The NDRRMC estimated that damage to agriculture, property and infrastructure reached P2 million, with at least 16 houses destroyed. “Public markets, school buildings, day care centers and roads were also affected. Roads in Barangay Tinago and Barangay San Isidro were impassable due to landslides,” the NDRRMC said. PNA

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In its update on Friday evening, NDRRMC said those dead, Fatima Maghanoy, 12; Sherlyn Mae Maghanoy, 7; Eziquil Meziah Maghanoy, 3; all residents of Kabalasan, Zamboanga Sibugay died due to a landslide; while Cesar Castro, 50, of Quezon, Bukidnon drowned. The agency identified those missing as Jonie Anastacio, 45, of Sergio Osmena, Zamboanga Del Norte; and Eugene Maghanoy 9, of Kabalasan, Zamboanga Sibugay. The NDRRMC said that the 775 families affected by flooding in five barangays in Davao City were evacuated in barangay halls. Among those displaced were 85 families from Maa district, 67 from Matina Crossing, 184 from Matina Pangi, 395 from Talomo and 44 from Tugbok District. The families were evacuated on Thursday but have since returned to their homes on Friday morning. The disaster agency added that nine houses were totally damaged while 15 partially damaged. In Sergio Osmena, 19 families, or 111 individuals, in Barangay Kauswagan were affected by a landslide. Continuous heavy rains also caused flash floods and

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have been uploaded in a popular video streaming-site, Youtube, which have yet to be addressed. Among some videos which can be viewed on Youtube include two female students apparently fighting over something and pulling each other’s hair and another one of two teenage boys caught in a fist fight. The DepEd said, however that most of the bullying incidents were isolated cases, that happened mostly after class hours and outside school premises. “Kids stay in school only for a limited number of hours but outside school, it is the parents’ responsibility,” Mateo said, explaining how important it was for parents

SEARCH FOR THE NEXT PACQUIAO. Boxing writer-commentator and former North Cotabato Gov. Manny Pinol (right) gives the details of the Manny Pacquiao Presents National Boxing Championships to the boxing managers of Mindanao in a meeting held Wednesday at the Royal Mandaya Hotel. Beside him is James Yap, son of re-elected Glan Mayor Enrique Yap. (Photo by LITO DELOS REYES)

also sign a contract that will not allow him to fight in any other boxing event or tournament. “The MPP and GMA 7 will have the promotional rights on the boxers,” Pinol said. Deadline of submission of entries is on June 30 at the Games and Amusements Board (GAB) in Manila and

Davao. At least five teams from Mindanao have already signified to join coming from Davao City, Bukidnon, Sarangani-General Santos City, South Cotabato-Sultan Kudarat and North Cotabato. Present during the meeting where Mindanao Professional Boxing Association (Minproba) vice-president

Vicente Adriano and secretary Willie Neri and PRO Lito delos Reyes of Davao City, James Yap of Glan, Dr. Glorio Sajulga and Roel Kaamino of Bukidnon, Celso Forro of Sultan Kudarat, matchmaker Romy Fordaliza, and GAB representatives led by OIC Jimmy Mata and the field officer Kenneth Improso.

to monitor their children. The DepEd is coordinating with authorities like the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), Philippine National Police (PNP) and local government units (LGU) to as well monitor incidents of bullying both in and outside school premises. WITH PNA REPORTS

welfare and rights during normal times,” she said. She said this would also put an end to finger-pointing among government agencies involved in the evacuation and repatriation of our distressed OFWs, especially those who ran away from their abusive employers, and those in conflict areas.

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when the 16th Congress resumes in July. The former Las Pinas congresswoman said she will re-file the measure on DOFW initially filed by her husband, outgoing Senator Manny Villar, but was not passed in the previous Congress. “This will be one way of recognizing the importance of our OFWs,” said Villar, also managing director of the Villar Foundation which has been helping distressed OFWs for over two decades. She believes there is a need to centralize all the services and functions of concerned government agencies or bureaus for OFWs to effectively attend to their concerns in all aspects. “The creation of a department dedicated solely to OFWs would simplify and harmonize efforts to look after them when there is a crisis and secure their

as some of them have some reservations. Among these include the need for an earlier period for filing the Certificates of Candidacy (COCs), use of precinct specific ballots, as well as the need for higher budget. The Comelec had maintained the use of the manual system of elections in the barangay and SK polls in the past. “Republic Act 9369 (Poll Automation Law) is not applicable with the barangay (and SK) elections,” Brillantes said, adding that only national and local polls need to use the AES. The Barangay and SK polls are set to be held on October 28. PNA WIRES

Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). Narra, Molave, Lauan still grow inside the coconut plantation, planted between rows of coconut trees from the plains to the steep mountainside almost reaching the peak. All these trees growing along a steep slope is a sight to behold. The twin B’la villages had become a favourite place for government programs and foreign projects all aimed to make B’la farmers more productive. A big mango plantation here was made into a model pilot mango farm by the consultants of Japan International Cooperation Agency and the Department of Trade and Industry. It wasn’t surprising to learn that the DENR and the Department of Agriculture technicians are also wooing coconut farmers here to inter crop their farms with rubber trees, coffee, or cocoa crops, but not getting enough takers because of the poor farm-to-market road that remains neglected by local leaders. PNA FEATURES

while Andilong was hit on the thighs. Helicopter gunship retrieved the wounded from the encounter site only at about 4:00 p.m. due to heavy rains in the area, Bongosia added. He said Avila was directly assigned at the army’s 58th IB in Claveria, Misamis Oriental after he graduated from the PMA in 2011. According to Bongosia, the military mourned the lost one of the most promising military officers here whose courage and dedication to duty were proven during his short stint at the army’s 58th IB. Bongosia said that Avila’s remains would be airlifted to Manila anytime since his parents and relatives were already informed of his sad fate.CD

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