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By Allan M. Mediante of Mindanao Daily News

THE Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued anew an advisory warning the public to be aware of another investment scam reported in the island province of Camiguin and the city of Cagayan de Oro. SEC chair Teresita J. Herbosa in a statement issued December 19, said

that the SEC has received reports “...that a group of persons, company

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or firm operating in Cagayan Province, Ilocos Norte,and Camiguin Island and Cagayan de Oro City offer securities and investment opportunities to the public, particularly domestic helpers, promising a hefty income or big return, that is––a P100 investment made is assured of earning P900 every month.”

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Herbosa said the public should not invest their money in such fraudulent or suspicious transactions because the promise of earning a very high income, which is too good to be true, is false or an investment scam. The public is advised that if anybody is being approached with such

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type of scam, he or she should immediately call the Investment Protection and Surveillance Department (“IPSD”) of the SEC attelephone No. 584-5476, or report the matter to the SEC website at www.secgov. ph, or write to IPSD at Securities and Exchange Commission, 10th Floor, SEC Bldg/. EDSA, Man-

daluyong City. It can be remembered that a series of expose’ has been done on pyramiding and other investment scam which recently hit Mindanao, particularly in this city, Misamis Oriental, Lanao and Zamboanga provinces. Foremost were the Ahman and Rashuman scam cases.


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Unlike Cepalco, COWD not passing on to consumers costs of typhoon damage THE Cagayan de Oro City Water District does not plan to pass on to its concessionaires the cost of damages inflicted on its infrastructure by typhoon Pablo and Tropical Storm Sendong. In a thanksgiving party for the media held December 21, 2012 at the COWD Social Hall, COWD General Manager Rachel M. Beja disclosed the water district would have to shell out

P157,211,708 to rehabilitate the damaged production facilities and service connections caused by Tropical Storm Sendong last year and Typhoon Pablo earlier this month. Ms. Beja said sixty percent (60%) or P 93,003,464 of the total amount is budgeted for the rehabilitation of 16,330 damaged service connections in about seven (7) riverside barangays.

Another twenty five percent (25%) is allocated for the rehabilitation of damaged production facilities including an entire booster station with 11 booster pumps, six transformers, 10 controllers and 10 electric motors; and for production wells in Macasandig and two in Balulang. The rehab of other facilities amounts to 6.5 percent (P10,188,000) with another P15,000,000

allocated for labor. Howe ve r, M s . B e j a stressed the COWD does not have any plans to pass on to consumers any or all of the cost of rehabilitating its damage facilities and will instead look for other means to finance the undertaking. Last January 4, the Local Water Utilities Administration provided COWD with a P52,791,000 grant from DAMAGE | page 10

Comval incurs P9b damage in agriculture By Ben D. Arche of Mindanao Daily News

NABUNTURAN, Compostela Valley––The damage on agriculture in Compostela Valley province was placed at P9 billion brought about by typhoon Pablo, Governor Arturo T. Uy bared recently. Uy said the banana industry suffered the most HOLIDAY SPIRIT. Government workers and volunteers in Compostela Valley province damage as about 10,000 continue repacking relief goods even during December 23 and 24 for distribution on Decemhectares in banana farms ber 25 to the typhoon victims. Repacking schedule resumes in the afternoon of December 25. Photo by Ben D. Arche

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Kini si Abogado Leon Gan, Kanhi City administration sa dakbayan sa Cagayan de Oro, Nanghinaot sa usa ka malipayong Pasko ug mabungahong Pagdawat sa bag-ong tuig kaninyong tanan.

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ACURONG City - Seventeen couples were beaming after their free civil and church weddings sponsored by LGUTacurong on December 18, this year.

The Kasalang Bayan 2012 had nine couples for a church we dding in Nuestra Señora dela Candelaria Parish, and eight couples for a civil wedding at the city hall. T he LG U h a d b e e n organizing the Kasalang B ay a n a n nu a l l y s i n c e 2 0 0 5 , s p e ar h e a d e d by the City Planning and Development Coordinating Office and the City Civil Registry Office, to help those have been living together to legalize their union, as husband and wife. Included in the free wedding package are church and seminar fees, and wedding day, as well Bayan, through radio and by sending invitations to sponsors’ fees, CENO- as the decorations. The LGU publicly an- barangays. MAR fees, meals and Couples were presnacks during baptism nounce d t he Kas a lang

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‘Pilipinas Natin’ distributes food typhoon survivors By Ruby Leonora R. Balistoy

MALAYBALAY City - The ‘Pilipinas Natin’ Builders (PN) distributed family food packs in Valencia City day after tropical cyclone Pablo (Bopha) hit the area. PN Regional Coordinator Kristoffer Rivera said more than 1,000 families from the villages of Batangan, San Isidro and the six zones of the Poblacion — including the about 200 families sheltered in the city gymnasium — directly benefited from the PN’s outreach mission. “We hope, the assistance we provided would ease the misery of the survivors, as we aspire to create an enabling environment for people to care, share, and support one another, especially during tough times,” Mr. Rivera said. ‘Pablo’ cut through the province of Bukidnon on December 4, with maximum winds of 175 kilometers per hour (kph) and forceful wind bursts of 210 kph, the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said. It knocked down electric powerlines, uprooted

trees and ripped up roofs of houses and infrastructures. Of the two cities and 14 towns hit by Typhoon Pablo, Valencia City suffered most. Valencia City Mayor Leandro Jose Catarata said that of the city’s 31 barangays, 25 were hit by the typhoon affecting 7,984 families, or 30,863 persons. The Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (PDRRM) Operations Center also reported that truckloads of foodstuffs and medicines were distributed to typhoon-hit areas of the province, but still not enough for the 31,682 families, or 160,362 persons in distress. Mayor Catarata lauded PN Builders system that allowed a quick response time, which also got the pump primed before most donors sent their typhoon aid. “We are so thankful for the relief goods shared to us by the ‘Pilipinas Natin’ and the nameless donors, sponsors, and partners who helped the Valencianos in this difficult times,” the mayor said ((RLRB/PIA10, Bukidnon/asf )

PNP monitors “priority provinces” in ARMM for 2013 elections By Oliver Ross V. Rivera

OVER-ALL CHAMPIONS - Young athletes of the Cagayan de Oro Athletic Association (COAA) pose with City Mayor Vicente Y. Emano during the flag raising ceremony, December 17, at city hall quadrangle. With numerous medals and trophies earned, they came out as overall champion in both elementary and secondary divisions during the Palarong Pampook in Tubod, Lanao del Norte, December 10-14 this year. (CIO PHOTO/asf)

NPA violates truce By 1st Lt. Joe Patrick A. Martinez

BUTUAN CITY – Armed men, believed to be members of the NPA’s Guerilla Front 88 - North Central Mindanao Regional Committee, shot to death a CAFGU Active Auxiliary (CAA) of the Philippine Army in Sitio Bagnot, Brgy Lydia, La Paz, Agusan del Sur, December 17, this year. The incident happened one day after the declaration of cease fire between the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the N e w Pe o p l e’s A r m y (NPA). The victim was killed at a check point

m a n n e d by 1 0 f u l l y a r m e d N PAs u s i n g a M14 rifle. He was hit at the vital parts of h i s b o d y c au s i ng h i s instantaneous death. Col. Ronald N. Albano, 402nd Infantr y B r i g a d e c o m m a n d e r, contended, “what the

N PA d i d w a s a c l e a r violation of our 18-day cease-fire agreement.” He ordered Lt. Col. Gille, commanding Officer of the 26th Infantr y Battalion, to coord i n at e w i t h t h e P N P i n hu nt i ng d ow n t h e perpetrators.

“We will give justice to t h e v i c t i m , w h o s e family is now weeping f or l o s i n g a s on t h i s Christmas even as we will provide support to the family because he is a member of the AFP,” Col Albano vowed. (JPAM/arjay s. felicilda)

KORONADAL C ity Three provinces in the Auton om ou s Re g i on in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM), where hostilities could possibly erupt in next year’s midterm election, are being monitored by the police. The provinces of Mag u i n d an a o, L an a o del Sur and Basilan are among the 15 provinces in the country marked by the Department of the Interior and Local Government as “prority provinces”, based on rep or ted existence of private armed groups, having so many loose firearms and electionrelated violence during the past elections. PNP-ARMM Director Mario Avenido said they are now formulating security plans to effectively help the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) administer Safe and Fair Elections or SAFE in said provinces next year.

He added that for the region to have SAFE, all sectors should actively be involved and not leave the job to the Comelec, PNP and AFP alone. Pol i c e C h i e f Supt . Avenido further said they will tap the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV), civil society organizations, the religious community and peace advocates to settle disputes among rival clans set to vie for elective positions next year. He is, however, confident that next year’s local elections in the ARMM will be peaceful because of peace covenants among candidates to abide by the Omnibus Election Code. In the past year, more t han 20 clan wars or “rido” were settled by regional and local officials, in partnership with PNP-ARMM. (ORVRivera-PIA12/arjay s. felicilda)


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AYOG, Zamboanga del Sur – The local government unit of Bayog, in partnership with the Mindanao Alliance of Self-Help SocietiesSouthern Mindanao Educational Cooperative Center (MASS-SPECC), through the Timbermines Multi-Purpose Cooperative (TIMMULCO), recently conducted a tree planting activity at Glupa Gulian Agro Tourism Park, Sitio Quibranza, Kahayagan, this municipality. The activity also gained the support of Mindanao D e ve l opm e nt Aut h ority (MinDa) and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). An estimated area of 2.5 hectares of the park was planted with rubber trees by more than 500 tree planters, composed of rank and file employees

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of Bayog, DepEd teachers, barangay officials, faculty and students of the JH Cerilles State College and cooperative organizations.

Mayor L e onardo L. Babasa, Jr. in his message said, “we plant trees to support the National Greening Program of the

present administration to address the issues on global warming and climate change which we are facing today.” He urged his constituents to do some mitigation now before it is too late. “Let us help in the advocacy to instill people’s awareness and to help ensure environmental sustainability. Let us work together and plant trees even in our own backyards, not only for us but also for our children, for our children’s children and for generations yet to come,” Babasa added. The signing of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the BayogLGU and TIMMULCO capp ed the day w hich provided for the latter’s funding assistance in the amount of P25,000 per hectare for three years for the nurturing of the trees. (ALT/BAG/CAL/PIA9/asf)

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THINK a minute. A wise man I know says: “People can change-but most people don’t!” So sad, but so true. A famous author said: “Even if changing means we will succeed and live our dream, most of us still choose to make excuses rather than to make changes.” So the question you and I must answer is: Do we choose to change and live the way we know is best? Or do we choose to keep doing what is easy and comfortable? Remember, if things don’t change, they’re going to stay the same! If you keep telling yourself that you will never succeed

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some things in our thinking and way of living. But if we want to reach our potential and enjoy the excellent life we were created for, we must leave our past, wrong life, and the excuses we make for it. This is why Jesus Christ came to forgive and free us from our wrong, unsuccessful way of living. He is the only way you can start living the right way that works, so you can enjoy life to the fullest. So why not ask Jesus to come in to your heart and take full charge of your life today and every day? You’ve got nothing to lose and everything to gain. Just Think a Minute.

‘catching’ up, there are also indications that we are also trying to perfect the infirmities of the past. This can be gleaned as we continue to work to discover the elixir of life and youth. In fact, the medical technology that we are used to is gradually inching toward attaining this goal. We now know that ‘stem cell’ transplant could regain youthful appearances and extend life by as much as 30 years for people aged 80 or more. I am planning to undergo ‘stem cell’ transplant at the age of 70 so my life could be extended to 100 years old. Now, I am saving to meet its high cost. A single ‘stem cell’ transplant costs almost P1 million. Perhaps, ‘stem cell’ transplant is done in three to five sessions to make it effective. I believed the technique is applicable only to healthy people. For the sickly, it would be better to shelve the idea of undergoing ‘stem cell’ transplant. It could do nothing when one is waiting for his final hour on deathbed. Who are we? A question asked a thousand times as modern man races toward the edge of the Universe in search of habitable planets. In the next 100 years, it is most certain that ‘Earthlings’ would be able to find another planet in the vast Universe of Galaxies, Nebulas, and Solar Systems. I am very definite of this although we would not be able to live to see that day comes. We hope our generation and generations to come would preserve Planet Earth rather than leaving it as a dead planet in the future. React: crisguardian@yahoo.com

Praying the Rosary by Catholics

LIFE’S INSPIRATIONS: “… When Elizabeth heard Mary’s greeting, the baby leaped in her womb, and Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit. In a loud voice she exclaimed: `Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the child you will bear!’…” (Luke 1:41-42, the Holy Bible). -oooPRAYING THE HOLY ROSARY AMONG CATHOLICS: I was rummaging through some articles which I previously wrote in this column, and I decided to republish the following piece on the praying of the Rosary by Roman Catholic Christians, for whatever it is worth: “Roman Catholic Christians practice the praying of the Holy Rosary, which is something that is balked at by others who believe in Christianity on the argument that praying the Ro-

Kakampi mo ang batas Atty. Batas Mauricio sary is paganistic in origin. “I did some reading on the matter, and indeed, there is nothing in the Holy Bible that says Christians should pray the Rosary, as there is even no mention of the Rosary in any pages of that Book. “But when one looks at the mysteries of the Rosary, one begins to understand that whoever conceived and thought of this prayer, dedicated to Mary, the Virgin Mother of Christ, actually was following the examples of many leaders of the Christian faith, en-

shrined in many pages of the Bible, where they resort to repeating the history of the Israelites, from their exodus to their arrival at the Promised Land, as a means to strengthen their faith. “A keen study of the mysteries of the Holy Rosary will show that each of the mystery recited in praying it constitutes one important aspect of the life of Jesus. In the Joyful Mysteries, for instance, what is recounted are the following events in the life of Christ: Annunciation, Visitation of Elizabeth by Mary, Birth of Christ,

Presentation of the Child Jesus in the Temple, and Finding of the Child Jesus in the Temple. “In the Mysteries of Light, we find the following: Baptism of Jesus, Wedding at Cana, Proclamation of the Kingdom of God, Transfiguration and Institution of the Holy Eucharist through the Last Supper. “The Sorrowful Mysteries narrate these events in the life of Jesus: Agony in the Garden, Scourging at the Pillar, Crowning of Jesus with Thorns, Carrying of the Cross, and Crucifixion and Death of Christ. “Finally, the Glorious Mysteries make an account of the Resurrection, the Ascention, Descent of the Holy Spirit, Assumption of Mary, and the Coronation of Mary as Queeon of Heaven and Earth. Anyone who prays the Holy Rosary, praying | page 10


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Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND HIGHWAYS Region X Bukidnon 3rd District Engineering Office OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ENGINEER Dicklum, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon

Construction of Various Multi-Purpose Building, Roads of Municipalities of Malitbog, Baungon and Kalilangan, Bukidnon Contract Location: Libona and Pangantucan, Bukidnon Approved Budget for the Contract (ABC): 5,700,000.00 Cost of Bidding Documents: Php. 10,000.00 Contract duration: 120 Calendar Days Scope of Work: Repair/Rehab./Imprvt./Completion/Const. of MPB INVITATION TO BID A.) Municipality of Malitbog a.) Const./Installation/Rehab. of WS, Brgy. Siloo, Malitbog P200,000.00 The Department of Public Works and Highways, through its Bids and Awards Committee Sub Total: P200,000.00 (BAC), invites prospective suppliers/bidders to apply to bid for the following contract(s): 1. Contract ID: 12KC0064 B.) Municipality of Baungon Contract Name: Rehab./Imprvt./Concreting of Farm to Market Road (FMR) a.) Construction of Barangay Road, Brgy. San Miguel, Baungon P200,000.00 Contract Location: Brgy. Lingi-on-Dicklum, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon b.) Construction of Barangay Road, Brgy. Danatag, Baungon 200,000.00 Approved Budget for the Contract (ABC): 3,000,000.00 c.) Const./Completion of School Bldg.,Brgy. Danatag Cost of Bidding Documents: Php. 5,000.00 HS Annex, Baungon 250,000.00 Contract duration: 75 Calendar Days d.) Const. of Public market, Brgy. Liboran, Baungon 200,000.00 Scope of Work: Concreting of 520 lm. @ 4.0m width and 0.15m. thk. e.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. Langaon, Baungon 200,000.00 f.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. Balintad, Baungon 200,000.00 2. Contract ID: 12KC0065 g.) Completion of MPB, Brgy. Lingating, Baungon 200,000.00 Contract Name: Rehab./Imprvt./Concreting of Farm to Market Road (FMR) h.) Completion of MPB, Brgy. Nicadao, Baungon 200,000.00 Contract Location: Brgy. Poblacion, Libona, Bukidnon i.) Rehab. of MPB, Brgy. Imbatug HS (Pob.) Baungon 250,000.00 Approved Budget for the Contract (ABC): 2,000,000.00 j.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. Buenavista, Baungon 200,000.00 Cost of Bidding Documents: Php. 5,000.00 Sub-Total: P2,100,000.00 Contract duration: 60 Calendar Days Scope of Work: Concreting of 280 lm. @ 4.0m width and 0.15m. thk. C.) Municipality of Kalilangan a.) Construction of Barangay Road, Brgy.Barorawon, Kalilangan P200,000.00 3. Contract ID: 12KC0066 b.) Construction of Barangay Road, Brgy. Don Jose, Kalilangan 200,000.00 Contract Name: Rehab./Imprvt./Concreting of Farm to Market Road (FMR) c.) Construction of Barangay Road, Brgy. Kibaning, Kalilangan 200,000.00 Contract Location: Brgy. Miarayon,Talakag, Bukidnon d.) Concreting of Road, Brgy. Malinao, Kalilangan 200,000.00 Approved Budget for the Contract (ABC): 5,000,000.00 e.) Const./Installation/Rehab. of WS, Brgy. Pamotolon, Cost of Bidding Documents: Php. 5,000.00 Kalilangan 200,000.00 Contract duration: 60 Calendar Days f.) Const./Installation/Rehab. of WS, Brgy. San Vicente Ferrer 200,000.00 Scope of Work: Concreting of 700 lm. @ 4.0m width and 0.15m. thk. g.) Construction of Spillway, Brgy. Ninoy Aquino, Kalilangan 200,000.00 h.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. Macaopao, Kalilangan 200,000.00 4. Contract ID: 12KC0067 i.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. Ninoy Aquino, Kalilangan 500,000.00 Contract Name: Cluster “G” Rehab./Imprvt./Concreting of various Farm to j.) Completion of MPB, Brgy. Canituan, Kalilangan 200,000.00 Market Road (FMR) k.) Completion of MPB, Brgy. Central Poblacion, Kalilangan 200,000.00 Contract Location: Baungon, Malitbog, Sumilao, Bukidnon l.) Rehab. of MPB, Brgy. Kinura, Kalilangan 200,000.00 Approved Budget for the Contract (ABC): 5,000,000.00 m.) Rehab. of MPB, Brgy. Poblacion ES, Kalilangan 200,000.00 Cost of Bidding Documents: Php. 5,000.00 n.) Construction of MPP, Brgy. West Poblacion, Kalilangan 200,000.00 Contract duration: 120 Calendar Days o.) Construction of MPP, Brgy. Bangbang, Kalilangan 200,000.00 Scope of Work: Concreting of 700 lm. @ 4.0m width and 0.15m. thk. p.) Construction of MPP(Pathway w/shed), Brgy. Malinao, A.) Municipality of Baungon Kalilangan 250,000.00 a.) Brgy. Imbatug, Baungon FMR P700,000.00 Sub-Total: P3,600,000.00 b.) Brgy.San Vicente, Naungon FMR 900,000.00 c.) Brgy Poblacion, Malitbog FMR 1,700,000.00 ABC: P5,900,000.00 d.) Brgy. Lupiagan, Sumilao FMR 1,700,000.00 Procurement will be conducted through open competitive bidding procedures in ac ABC: 5,000,000.00 cordance with R.A. 9184 and its Revised Implementing Rules and Regulations. 5. Contract ID: 12KC0068 Contract Name: Cluster “H” of Repair/Rehab./Improvement/Completion/ Construction of Various Multi-Purpose Building, Roads of Municipalities of Libona and Pangantucan, Bukidnon Contract Location: Libona and Pangantucan, Bukidnon Approved Budget for the Contract (ABC): 5,300,000.00 Cost of Bidding Documents: Php. 10,000.00 Contract duration: 120 Calendar Days Scope of Work: Repair/Rehab./Imprvt./Completion/Const. of MPB A.) Municipality of Libona a.) Repair/Rehab./Imprvt. of Brgy. San Jose, Libona P200,000.00 b.) Repair/Rehab./Imprvt. of Brgy. Capihan, Libona 200,000.00 c.) Construction/Installation/Rehab. of WS Brgy. Kinawe, Libona 200,000.00 d.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. Pongol, Libona 200,000.00 e.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. Crossing, Libona 200,000.00 f.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. Nangka, Libona 200,000.00 g.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. Kili-og, Libona 200,000.00 h.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. Gango, Libona 200,000.00 i.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. Poblacion, Libona 200,000.00 Sub Total: P1,800,000.00 B.) Municipality of Pangantucan a.) Construction of Barangay Road, Brgy. Mendis, Pangantucan P200,000.00 b.) Construction of Barangay Road, Brgy. Gandingan, Pangantucan 200,000.00 c.) Construction of Barangay Road, Brgy. Portulin, Pangantucan 200,000.00 d.) Repair/Rehab./Imprvt. of Brgy. Road Brgy. Kipaducan, Pangantucan 200,000.00 e.) Repair/Rehab./Imprvt. of Brgy. Road Brgy. Malipayon, Pangantucan 200,000.00 f.) Repair/Rehab./Imprvt. of Brgy. Road Brgy. Kimanait, Pangantucan 200,000.00 g.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. Kimanait, Pangantucan 250,000.00 h.) Repair/Rehab./Imprvt. of Brgy. Road Brgy. Payad, Pangantucan 200,000.00 i.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. Lantay, Pangantucan 200,000.00 j.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. New Eden, Pangantucan 200,000.00 k.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. Barandias, Pangantucan 200,000.00 l.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. Poblacion, Pangantucan 200,000.00 m.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. Lancataon, Pangantucan 250,000.00 n.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. New Eden, Pangantucan 200,000.00 o.) Construction of MPB, Brgy. Madaya, Pangantucan 200,000.00 p.) Rehabilitation of MPB, Brgy. Bacusanon, Pangantucan 200,000.00 q.) Construction of MPP, Brgy. Pigatauranan, Pangantucan 200,000.00 r.) Concreting of Brgy. Road, Brgy.Lancataon, Pangantucan 200,000.00 Sub Total: P3,500,000.00 ABC:

P5,300,000.00

6. Contract ID: 12KC0069 Contract Name: Cluster “I” of Repair/Rehab./Improvement/Completion/

To bid for this contract, a bidder must meet the following criteria: (a) prior registration with DPWH, (b) Filipino citizen/sole proprietorships, corporations/partnership/cooperatives/organizations with at least sixty percent (60%) interest or outstanding capital stock belongs to the citizens of the Philippines, (c) completed similar contract whose value must be at least 50% of the ABC within a period of 5 years, and (d) Net Financial Contracting Capacity at least equal to ABC, or credit line commitment for at least 10% of ABC. The BAC will use non discretionary pass/fail criteria in the eligibility check and preliminary examination of bids. Unregistered suppliers/bidders, however, shall submit their applications for registration to the BAC for goods, Secretariat, DPWH 3rd DEO seven (7) Calendar Days before the deadline for the submission and opening of bids. The BAC for Goods, DPWH Bukidnon 3rd DEO will only process supplier’s applications for registration with complete requirements, and issue the Suppliers Registration Certificate (SRC). Registration forms maybe secured from the Secretariat, BAC for Goods Office, DPWH, Bukidnon 3rd DEO, Dicklum, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon. The significant times and deadlines of procurement activities are shown below:

1. 2. 3. 4. 7.

Issuance of Bidding Documents From: Pre-bid Conference Submission and Receipt of Bids Opening of Bids Last day of Intent

Dec. 21 – Jan. 8, 2012 Dec.28, 2012, 10:30 am. Jan. 8, 2013, 10:00 am. Jan. 8, 2013, 10:30 am. Jan. 4, 2013

The BAC will issue hard copies of Bidding Documents (BDs) at BAC for Goods Secretariat, Dicklum, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon, upon payment of a non-refundable fee of (refer above). Prospective Bidders may also download the BDs from the DPWH website shall pay the said fees on or before the submission of their Bid Documents. Bids must be accompanied by a bid security, in the amount and acceptable form, as stated in Section 27.2 of the Revised IRR. Prospective bidders shall submit their duly accomplished forms as specified in the BDs in two (2) separate bud envelopes to the BAC Chairman. The First Envelope shall contain the technical component of the bid, which shall include the eligibility requirements. The second envelope shall contain the financial component of the bid. Contract will be awarded to the Lowest Calculated Responsive Bid as determined in the bid evaluation and the post-qualification. The Department of Public Works and Highways reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bid and to annul the bidding process anytime before contract award, without incurring any liability to the affected bidders.

MDN: Dec 27, 2012

RONALD T. GEMPISAO Engineer III Chief, Planning and Design Section BAC Chairman


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the Office of the President intended for the rehabilitation of COWD’s water supply facilities damaged by TS Sendong. Ms. Beja said they have also received similar financial assistance from a number of institutions but the total was insufficient the total cost of rehabilitation. Earlier, three electric utilities filed separate petitions with the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) seeking permission to pass on to their consumers the costs of rehabilitation for facilities damaged by TS Sendong last December 17, 2011. In three separate petitions filed with the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC), the Cagayan Electric Power and Light Company (CEPALCO), Misamis Oriental Rural Electric Service Cooperative-1 (MORESCO 1) and the National Grid Corporation of the Phil-

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ippines (NGCP) are seeking the approval of ERC to pass on to consumers the portion of the damages to their respective facilities not indemnified by insurance. In their respective petitions, CEPALCO declared P30, 190,606 in damages suffered from Sendong, MORESCO-1 around P10million and the NGCP 727,088.64 or approximately P40,917,694.64 in toto, or roughly 26 percent of the cost of rehabilitation of COWD facilities damaged by TS Sendong. “Are they crazy?” said the president of one of the city’s leading hospitals who requested anonymity. “Who was not affected by Sendong? Our facilities in Iligan had total damage to property amounting to P16-million. Yet, we are not passing on the cost to students. Makonsensiya naman sila!” One of the city’s leading hoteliers concurs. “It was a calamity most felt by many consumers in the city,” he said. “Loss of lives, having no water and electricity for one week. Why should we pay? Their move defies logic.” “This is unconscionable,” declared Rep. Rufus B. Rodriguez (2nd District, Cagayan de Oro) in an earlier interview. “We will oppose this at the ERC and Congress. How can they pass on these damages to the consumers who already suffered the floods of Sen-

dong? There is no legal and moral basis for this claim and we will oppose this petition in every forum it is brought up.” “Consumers shouldn’t be made to suffer additional burden especially on disasters and natural calamities,” noted former Oro Chamber President Elpidio M. Paras. “Perhaps the most, utilities could ask for, is some tax relief from government. Maybe we just need to expand insurance coverage the next time.”` In their respective petitions, all three entities are asking ERC to declare a Force Majeure Event (FME) which would entitled them to charge their customers a Force Majeure Pass-through Amount for the costs their incurred for the restoration, rehabilitation and repair of their facilities damaged by Sendong. This would entitle them to recover the full amount not indemnified by their insurers with additional charges collected from their customers. The NGCP petition proposes to charge an additional 0.0331 per kilowatt hour (kWh) incurred by each customer starting Sept 2012, 0.0074 for 2013, 0.0073 (2014) and 0.0072 (2015) while CEPALCO proposes to bill an additional 0.0075 for 2013, 0.0079 for 2014 and 0.0074 for 2015. MORESCO-1 which is covered by a different rate setting scheme, has instead opted to petition

ERC to allow it to borrow P10,024,669.98 from the National Electrification Administration (NEA) at 7% per annum interest, payable in seven years. This will have a rate impact of 0.0228781 per kWh in 2013 to P0.0163454 per kWh in 2019. “Absence of utility insurance should not be blamed on the power consumers who themselves are already the victims of being not covered by insurance wrought by fury of Sendong,” said Oro Chamber Trustee Cerael C. Donggay. “Obviously, not fair to the end consumers and Juan de la Cruz.” CEPALCO conducted a briefing for members of Konsumanteng Kagay-anon, Inc. (KKI) last November 19, 2012 to explain how their petitioned FME pass through amount will affect the customer’s electric bill. KKI has made similar requests for briefings with NGCP and MORESCO-1. The former has endorsed the request to its head office in Manila while there has been no response to date from MORESCO-1. (by BWM News Bureau)

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were de vast ate d by floods. The municipality of Monkayo lost at least P1.7 billion in agricultural crops while Nabunturan at P1.1 billion, Uy told. In Laak town, the governor added about 1,000

hectares of banana farms, mostly owned by an international firm were also devastated. At least onefifth of the total farm area of Sumifru (Philippines) Corp. is the municipality, Uy said. Though Uy did not provide any estimated value, but the province also suffered heavy damage on livestock and poultry. On the other hand, the damage brought by typhoon Pablo will push a change in the landscape of agriculture in Davao Region, according to Constancio Maghanoy Jr., Department of Agriculture Region XI officer-in-charge regional director. Maghanoy said there should be a shift in the setting to a climate change resiliency. The region’s total revenue loss in agriculture had reached at least P28.5 billion as of December 18, Maghanoy told media in an interview recently. He said the DA-11 and local government units (LGU) of Compostable Valley and Davao Oriental agreed in a meeting Wednesday evening to come up with a climate changeresilient program involving other government agencies. Areas gravely damaged by Pablo such as Baganga, Boston and Cateel in Davao Oriental will be assessed, while the entire region will be mapped out in terms of appropriate agricultural products with the help of geo-hazard maps, he said.

NOTICE

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NOTICE is hereby given that the estate of BENITO BURDEOS, who died intestate sometime in the 1800’s in then Butuan, Sub-province of Agusan, Surigao, now City of Butuan, consisting of a residential land (Lot Not 40, TS-65) situated in the Poblacion, City of Butuan, Province of Agusan del Norte, in the name of Macaria Atega (Sp-10-000359) containing an area of 1,020 square meters, more or less, is the subject of a DEED OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH ABSOLUTE SALE IN FAVOR OF ANTONIO A. MANCAO made and entered into by heirs-vendors Manuela Legaspi Vda. De Burdeos, Felicidad L. Burdeos, Ramona L. Burdeos, and Estela Burdeos Lozada who is represented by her niece, Florenda Rosales Ribo as attorney-in-fact, with Estela Burdeos Lozada selling, ceding, transferring and conveying her share in the above-described property consisting of 354 square meters, more or less, (Lot 40-A, Ts65) portion of Lot No. 40, Ts-65 unto vendee Antonio A. Mancao, for and in consideration of P60,000.00, per Doc. No. 319; Page No. 64; Book No. XXXII; Series of 1982 of the Notarial Registry of Teodoro A. Emboy, Notary Public.

NOTICE is hereby given that the estate of GODOFREDA GALLARDO CRUSIT, who died intestate in Purok 15, Doongan, Butuan City on April 7, 2010, consisting of a residential lot located at Barangay 3, Poblacion, Buenavista, Agusan del Norte under Tax Declaration No. 1478-R, Office of the Buenavista Municipal Assessor, containing an area of 264 square meters, more or less, and the residential building erected thereon, is the subject of a DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF THE ESTATE OF THE LATE GODOFREDA GALLARDO CRUSIT WITH SIMULTANEOUS SPECIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY, made and entered into by deceased Godofreda Gallardo Crusit’s sole compulsory heirs, namely, Richard G. Crusit, Lina Crusit-Concon, Ma. Rosario Crusit-Bascones, Charlie C. Matulac, Cheryl C. Matulac-Alo, and Chielo Jane C. Matulac, per Doc. No. 411; Page No. 83; Book No. CCCXXX; Series of 2011 of the Notarial Registry of Teodoro A. Emboy, Notary Public with PTR No, 0256778, TIN-112-766-853 and Roll No. 22239.

MDN: Dec 20, 27, 2012 & Jan 3, 2013

MDN: Dec. 13, 20 & 27, 2012

Republic of the Philippines PROVINCE OF BUKIDNON Municipality Republic of the Philippines PROVINCE OF BUKIDNON Municipality of Manolo Fortich -oOoOFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL CIVIL REGISTRAR Petition No. R.A. 10172-01-2012 In the Matter of Petition for Change/Correction of Sex/Gender in the Certificate of Live Birth of CYRIL CASIÑO SILOS NOTICE OF PUBLICATION The public is hereby notified that CYRIL CASIÑO SILOS has filed with this office a petition for Change/Correction of Sex/Gender from “FEMALE” to “MALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of CYRIL CASIÑO SILOS. At the expense of the petitioner, let a copy of this petition be published at least once a week for two (2) consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation in the Province of Bukidnon. Any person having knowledge and/or claiming interest or may be adversely affected by said petition may within ten (10) calendar days file written opposition with this office. (SGD.) VIRGIE A. COQUILLA Municipal Civil Registrar

MDN: DEC. 19, & 27, 2012

So far, Maghanoy added the estimated damage to rice, corn and high-value crops reached P22.1 billion, coconut P5.1 billion, abaca P232 million, livestock P326 million, fisheries P53 million, and irrigation system P812 million. A total of 18,323 hectares of rice worth P196 million, and 15,965 hectares of corn worth P362 million were damaged by Pablo. Noting that Davao is known for bananas, Maghanoy said the region lost P9.7 billion or 13,884 hectares of Cavendish bananas, P8 billion or 23,598 hectares of Cardava or Saba bananas, and P2.1 billion or 3,963 hectares of Lacatan bananas. Also damaged were 782 hectares of coffee worth P27 million and 889 hectares of vegetables worth P176 million. Maghanoy said the loss was more felt for products with high demand in the international market, particularly 2,070 hectares of cacao and 7,333 hectares of rubber which damage reached P291 million and P329 million, respectively.

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from page 11 species. More than P214 million capital seed fund were meanwhile given to 2,500 associations in line with the Self-Employment AssistanceKaunlaran (SEA-K) program of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). The Governor said the region was also allotted a total of P625 million Micro Livelihood Enterprise for capacity building of women under the Transition Investment Support Plan or Stimulus Fund. DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE Notice is hereby given that this DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE is executed by FELMA B. DACER, widow, NELSON M. DACER, REYNALDO M. DACER, YOLANDA M. DACER, residents of Cagayan de Oro City, and ELSA D. AGUILAR, a resident of Iligan City; all are Filipino Citizens and married, hereinafter referred to as VENDORS, to and in favor of BIEN RODRIGO G. BAGUIO and ROBBIE RINGO G. BAGUIO, both of legal age, Filipino citizens, single, and a resident of Kauswagan, Cagayan de Oro City, hereinafter referred to as VENDEES. That the VENDORS are the owners of a parcel of land including all the improvements found thereon, situated at Balulang, Cagayan de Oro City, which is more particularly described as follows: “A PARCEL OF LAND (Cad. Lot No. 3100 C-5, Assessor’s Lot No. 020) situated at Balulang, Cagayan de Oro City. Containing an area of FOURTEEN THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED NINETY (14,690) SQUARE METERS, more or less, declared in the name of the Late Antonio Dacer.” That for and in consideration of the sum of SIXTY THOUSAND PESOS (P60,000.00), Philippine Currency, in hand paid by the VENDEES, do hereby SELL, TRANSFER and CONVEY, absolutely and unconditionally, unto BIEN RODRIGO G. BAGUIO and ROBBIE RINGO G. BAGUIO, their heirs and assigns and successors-in-interest a portion of the above-described parcel of land, which is more particularly described as follows; “A PARCEL OF LAND (Lot 3100-A, being a portion of Lot 3100, Cagayan Cadastre, Cad237), situated in Balulang, Cagayan de Oro City. Containing an area of TWO HUNDRED FOURTEEN (214) SQUARE METERS, more or less. As per Doc. No. 96; Page No. 20; Book No. 11; Series of 2011; under Notary Public of ATTY. MARISSE GAY G. LICO. MDN: DEC. 19, 27, & JAN. 3, 2012


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MARAWI City––The caretaker government of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) continues to work towards lifting the economic status of its constituents through

the implementation of livelihood projects and other poverty-alleviation programs, ARMM Officer-inCharge Mujiv Hataman said. During his first State of the Region’s Address (SORA) on Tuesday he cited the “Fish for Peace”

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men were also benefitted from the 61 units of Payao distributed by BFAR, he further said. Hataman also bared that 70 percent of the ARMM coastlines were placed under the protection of BFAR

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Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT 4th Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City IN THE MATTER OF JOINT PETITION TO APPROVE AND REGISTER THE DIVORCE OF SPOUSES AMELITO M. NERI AND MERCEDITA P. INRIQUEZ-NERI,

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CIVIL CASE NO. 2012-101

AMELITO M. NERI AND MERCEDITA P. ENRIQUEZ-NERI. Petitioners. x----------------------------------------------------------------------------/ ORDER 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 August 26, 1995 at Ozamis City, they converted to Islam faith, of which conversion to Islam were Registered with this court both of them can be served with summons and notices at their residence at Maningcol, Ozamis City and Iligan City respectively, but they can be reach with summons and other legal processes at c/o Zaide Law Office, 2nd Flr., 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 more than seven (7) years now, 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 August 26, 1995, 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 be sufficient Inform and substance set the initial hearing of this case on January 9, 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 for three (3) consecutive weeks at the expense of the petitioners. SO ORDERED. Iligan City, Philippines, this 17th day of December, 2012. HON. OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge

MDN: Dec 19, 27 & Jan 3, 1213

Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT 4th Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City

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CIVIL CASE NO. 2012-102

ORDER

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 3, 1992 at Ozamis City, they converted to Islam faith, of which conversion to Islam were Registered with this court both of them can be served with summons and notices at their residence at Iligan City, but they can be reach with summons and other legal processes at do Zaide Law Office, 2nd Flr., 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 nine (9) years now, 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 June 3, 1992, 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 be sufficient Inform and substance set the initial hearing of this case on January 9, 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 for three (3) consecutive weeks at the expense of the petitioners. SO ORDERED. lligan City, Philippines, this 17th day of December, 2012. HON. OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge

MDN: Dec 19, 27, 2012 & Jan 3, 2013

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thursday i december 27, 2012

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