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Gan says CA‘reso’ only consolidate cases sans TRO By CRIS DIAZ Executive Editor

CAGAYAN de Oro City-Dismissed City Mayor Oscar Moreno failed to obtain a restraining order from the Court of Appeals, but a resolution approving the “consolidation” of the Ombudsman’s case, City Councilor Leon Gan said. A former village official also urged Interior Secretary Eduardo Año to vigorously implement the dismissal order against the city mayor while warning banks against releasing funds bearing Moreno’s signature.

House okays August 30 as ‘National Press Freedom Day’

THE House of Representatives, voting 210-0, approved on third and final reading House Bill 6922 declaring August 30 of every year as “National Press Freedom Day“ in honor of Marcelo H. Del Pilar, the father of Philippine Journalism, who wrote under the pen name Plaridel. The bill mandates all government agencies and instrumentalities, See PRESS, page 11

Gan said that the February 7, 2018 resolution did not explicitly grant the motion for the issuance of the temporary restraining order, the writ of preliminary injunction or the “status quo ante” order. The councilor clarified that the resolution issued by the CA-Cagayan De Oro Station on Feb. 7, 2018 was an approval of the petition for the consolidation of the Ombudsman case OMB-M.A. -16-0172, in accordance with the CA en banc resolution dated Nov. 28, 2017. The DILG regional office served the dismissal order

against Moreno and three other city officials with a penalty of perpetual disqualification to hold public office on Feb. 5, 2018 with copy furnished to Moreno’s lawyer and Vice Mayor Raineir “Kikang” Uy. “What the CA has approved was the petition for the consolidation of the case OMB-MA-16-0172, which found Moreno guilty of grave misconduct, serious dishonesty, and conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service,” Gan said. He said that the CA did not issue a resolution granting the TRO in connection with the Ombudsman

dismissal order dated 12 December 2017 to Moreno, otherwise the CA would explicitly issue a separate resolution to that effect. According to Gan, if Moreno trusts Vice Mayor, a party mate, he should step down from office and give way to his party mate while his motion is being heard by the CA in Manila. “Out of delicadeza, Moreno should understand that the DILG has already recognized Vice Mayor Rainier “Kikang” Uy as the city mayor after the dismissal order was served on Feb. 5, 2018,” Gan said. Howe ve r More n o’s

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lawyer , Dale Bryan Mordeno explained that the CA resolution was received past 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, which grants their petition and motion to include the latest case against Moreno in the consolidated case in November last year. Mordeno said that on November 28, 2017, the CA issued a resolution granting the petition to consolidate the 23 anti-graft cases against Moreno. The November 28, 2017 CA resolution said that the court would no longer issue a TRO and Writ of Preliminary Injunction (WPI) of the same nature

in the future. He said that the CA’s resolution Wednesday affirmed that the last and the 24th case , decided by the Ombudsman, which ordered the dismissal of Moreno from service was part of the Nov. 28, 2017. Mordeno said that there was no need to get another TRO for the 24th case anymore because the CA has confirmed, in a resolution Wednesday, that the dismissal order against Moreno was already covered with the TRO issued last November 28, 2017. Former village chief

By GERRY LEE GORIT and MARK FRANCISCO Correspondents

as one of the assassins of Dr. Ricardo Rotoras, then president of University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines (USTP), who was killed last Dec. 2. The murder complaint was filed because Gamanay, who was from Zamboanga del Sur, admitted during the unrelated case interrogation that he killed someone in Cagayan de Oro last December. Wit h t he ar re st of Gamanay, the Special Investigation Task Group (SITG) Rotoras has considered

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Rotoras case closed

CAGAYAN de Oro City--A suspected gun-for-hire was tagged as one of the hitmen who shot to death the head of a state-run university last December, police said on Friday afternoon. Police identified the arrested person as 33-year-old Johnreal Gamanay. He also goes by the names Junrell Gamanay, Alejandro Ceniza, and Jun Putot. He was charged with murder. According to the Cagayan de Oro City police office, Gamanay was identified

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Surigao Norte mining firms bring US doctors to treat poor patients By CHRIS V. PANGANIBAN Contributing Editor

PLACER, Surigao del Norte--After months of being bedridden due to severe burns in his entire body, 9-year-old Troy Ehapon could now walk normally after a successful surgical repair by US-based doctors on a three-day medical outreach mission here last week. Troy was among the 110 indigent patients coming from the neighboring towns of this province who availed

of the free health treatment of the Medical Surgical Mission at the Provincial Hospital here jointly organized by Taganito HPAL Corporation and Taganito Mining Corp. (TMC). Now on its seventh annual event, the medical outreach were participated by at least 57 volunteer specialist physicians, surgeons, anesthesiologists and nurses all the wayfrom the US to diagnose and provide life-saving surgeries to selected poor patients needing immediate medical treatment. Marites Nasayao Tero, community

organizer of THPAL’s community relations department, said both their company and TMC shared all the financial expenses of the three-day medical mission including air fares from the US of the volunteer doctors , hotel accomodations, medical supplies, meals and transport of patients being fetched from their homes. Among the illnesses being attended by the doctors this year were hernia, thyroid, mass tumors, cleft lips, TVH The 9-year-old Troy Ehpaon whose entire body was severely burned in a fire last year resting in bed while repair, hemorrhoid, MRM, See mining, page 5

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the case closed, but is still looking for the mastermind. SITG Rotoras spokesperson Chief Insp. Mardi Hortillosa said though that under Philippine National Police (PNP) rules, a case is considered closed once a criminal complaint is filed before the prosecutor. SITG Rotoras is led by the Cagayan de Oro City Police Office (Cocpo) with the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) and the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) as members. Rotoras was gunned

down on December 2 at his residence in barangay Carmen. Exactly two months into the assassination last February 2, police filed a murder complaint against Gamanay who was arrested in Makati City last January 12 in an unrelated Ozamiz City-based case. That month, SITG Rotoras concluded that the two gunmen in Rotoras’ ambush were not natives of Cagayan de Oro since they used a pickup truck-for-hire as getaway. “Homegrown killers usually commandeer motorcycles so they can easily

maneuver around in their getaway. But in this case, they hired a driver so they could speedily navigate their escape,” Hortillosa said in December. The identities of the pickup truck driver and the second hitman are still to be determined. In his recent interview, Hortillosa admitted that they could not yet tag a mastermind because both Gamanay and person of

interest Rey Galua have not yet admitted that they know each other. Galua, who is in hospital detention, was arrested last January on an unrelated case. He was tagged as the primary person of interest in Rotoras’ murder because of the legal entanglements between the two. Galua used to be the lead architecture professor in USTP before the school’s board booted him out in

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ERRATUM THIS IS TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT THIS CITY ORDINANCE NO. 17-10; AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND APPROVING THE SCHEDULE OF MARKET VALUES OF REAL PROPERTIES FOR 2018-2020 OF THE CITY OF DIGOS, PROVINCE OF DAVAO DEL SUR SHOULD HAVE BEEN INCLUDED IN THE PUBLICATION IN THE MINDANAO DAILY NEWS ON JANUARY 12, 19 AND 26, 2018 ISSUES AS THE MAIN COVER AND TITLE OF THE SAID PUBLICATION. HOWEVER, DUE TO VOLUMINOUS DOCUMENTS BEING PREPARED FOR SUBMISSION OF ITS ‘SOFT COPY’ IT WAS INADVERTENTLY LEFT OUT DURING THE SUBMISSION TO THE LAYOUT ARTIST. IN THIS REGARD, WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE UNENTENDED ERROR. HENCE, WE ARE PUBLISHING THIS ORDINANCE TO SERVE AS CORRECTION TO THE EARLIER PRINTED MATERIALS. MINDANAO DAILY NEWS WHEREAS, the city’s market values of real properties for this revision is increased to its current values but assessment level is reduced to suit to the purpose of staggered increase on real property tax in Digos City.

6TH CITY COUNCIL EXCERPT FROM THE MINUTES OF THE 45TH REGULAR SESSION OF THE SANGGUNIANGPANLUNGSOD OF DIGOS CITY,DAVAO DEL SUR HELD ON JULY 6, 2017 AT THE SP SESSION HALL RESOLUTION NO. 17-135 Author: Hon. Serafin S. Senajon, Jr. PRESENT: Hon. Reynaldo S. Hermosisima Vice-Mayor – Presiding Officer Hon. Eddie C. Cadilig, Sr. SP Member Hon. Serafin S. Senajon, Jr. SP Member Hon. Michael R. Latasa SP Member Hon. Johari G. Baña SP Member Hon. Gary R. Cagas SP Member Hon. Rey Q. Ayo SP Member Hon. Milagros C. Llanos SP Member Hon. Millennium P. Garcia SP Member Hon. Reynaldo T. Aballe SP Member Hon. Francisco B. Tongcos SP Member Hon. Ernesto B. Salaysay SP Member Hon.Artemio L. Ebar SP Member ABSENT: NONE ___________________________________________ RESOLUTION ADOPTING AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE SCHEDULE OF MARKET VALUES OF REAL PROPERTIES FOR 2018-2020 OF THE CITY OF DIGOS, PROVINCE OF DAVAO DEL SUR WHEREAS,Section 212 of Republic Act 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991 and Article 304 of its Implementing Rules and Regulations provide: “SECTION 212. Preparations of Schedule of Market Values-Before any general revision of property assessment is made pursuant to the provisions of this Rule, there shall be prepared a schedule of market values by the provincial and city assessors for the different classes of real property situated in their respective local government units for enactment by ordinance of the Sanggunian concerned”.

WHEREAS, Section 219 of the same Code, states:

“SECTION 219. General Revisions of Assessment and Property Classifications - The provincial, city or municipal assessor shall undertake a general revision of real property assessments within two (2) years after the effectivity of this code and every three (3) years thereafter”. WHEREAS, the Schedule of Market Values of Digos Cityfor the period 2018-2020 was submitted for Public Hearing last June 21, 2017 as required under the Local Government Code of 1991; Res. No. 17-135/City Ordinance No. 17-10 (July 6, 2017)

NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the SangguniangPanlungsod in session assembled to enact: CITY ORDINANCE NO. 17-10 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND APPROVING THE SCHEDULE OF MARKET VALUES OF REAL PROPERTIES FOR 2018-2020 OF THE CITY OF DIGOS, PROVINCE OF DAVAO DEL SUR SECTION 1.TITLE- This Ordinance shall be known as “AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND APPROVING THE SCHEDULE OF MARKET VALUES OF REAL PROPERTIES FOR 2018-2020 IN THE CITY OF DIGOS, PROVINCE OF DAVAO DEL SUR”. SECTION 2.DECLARATION OF POLICY.It is hereby the policy of the City Government of Digos to comply with and effectively the provisions of the Local Government Code of 1991 pertaining to the general revisions of real properties located within the city and in order to optimize the use thereof through the generation of real property taxes of the local government unit. SECTION 3.REVISED SCHEDULE OF MARKET VALUES. Pursuant to Section 212 of the Republic Act 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations, the attached Schedule of Fair Market Values (Schedule of Base Unit Market Values for Lands and Schedule of Base Unit Construction Cost for Buildings and Other Structures) are hereby prescribed as the basis for the classification, appraisal and assessment of real properties located in the City of Digos, Davao del Sur in connection with the 2018 General Revision of Real Property Assessment and Classification mandated under Section 6 of the same Code. (Copy of the Schedule of Market Values shall form part of this Ordinance marked as Annex “A”). SECTION 4.SEPARABILITY CLAUSE. If any part or provision of this Ordinance shall be held unconstitutional or invalid, other parts or provisions hereof which are not affected shall continue to be in full force and effect. SECTION 5.EFFECTIVITY. This Ordinance shall take effect after the required posting and publication pursuant to Section 188 of the Local Government Code of 1991.

2016. The project that he month after. Meanwhile, Gamanay designed – the USTP Education Complex and Student remains detained in OzaCenter – was put on hold a miz City.

Understanding the world of agriculture By Erwel Jhun C. Recta

What is a farm? A farm is an area of land where livestock (animals) are raised and (plants)are grown for use as food, fiber and fuel. A farm usually has buildings where equipment such as tractors and supplies are stored. Some farms also have buildings where housed. These buildings usually have different names depending on the type of livestock that lives there. For example, chicken live in poultry houses and pigs live in swine parlors. Farms are busy places, a day on the farm usually starts before the sun rises and ends after the sun has set. There are many different kinds of farms. Large corporate farms grow one or two major crops or livestock. Middle- sized and small- sized farms grow many different types of crops and livestock. What is a farmer? A farmer is an individual

whose primary job function involves livestock and/ or agriculture. A farmer takes all necessary steps to ensure proper nourishments of the items that he/ she raises and then sells the items to purchasers. Some farmers have been able to capitalize on the need for high demand products that they produce, such as organic vegetables and livestock. What is farming? Farming is the act or process of working the ground, planting seeds and growing edible plants .You can also describe raising animals for milk or meat as farming. Farming is a great way to describe the lifestyle and work of people whose jobs are in the agriculture industry. People often have a romantic idea of what farming is like-roosters crowing, farmers driving tractors and milking goatsalthough farming can be a very hard dependent on food prices and weather.

Publication Notice R.A. 10172 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC CCE-0009-2018

Date: February 9, 2018

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 ARCHIE PALISBO ESCOBARTE has filed with this Office, a petition for correction of entry in sex from “Female” to “Male” in the Certificate of Live Birth of Archie Palisbo Escobarte at Matanao, Davao del Sur and whose parents are Raul A. Escobarte and Corazon A. Palisbo. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than February 23, 2018.

(Sgd.) NONITA DIONISIO-DALUMPINES Municipal Civil Registrar

MDN: Feb. 12 & 19, 2018

Publication Notice R.A. 10172 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 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 serving to the public that SEGUNDINA OSTIA DASOK has filed with this Office, a petition for correction of entry in Date of Birth from “APRIL 29, 1960” to “APRIL 27, 1960” in the certificate of live birth of SEGUNDINA ALTUBAR OSTIA, born on April 27, 1960 at Tangub, Mis. Occ. and whose parents are Germogenes Ostia and Conchita Altubar. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his/her written opposition with this Office not later than February 26, 2018.

(Sgd.) BELEN F. LINGANAY City Civil Registrar

MDN: Feb. 12 & 19, 2018

Publication Notice R.A. 10172

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. Certified true and correct: (SGD.) EVELYN N. BACONGCO, MPA Secretary to the Sanggunian Attested: (SGD.) ATTY. REYNALDO S. HERMOSISIMA City Vice-Mayor/Presiding Officer Approved: (SGD) ATTY. JOSEPH R. PEÑAS, CPA City Mayor Date: ________ MDN: FEB 9, 10 & 12, 2018

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 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 serving to the public that JOARMIE PATA PINTAC has filed with this Office, a petition for correction of entry in GENDER/SEX from “MALE” to “FEMALE” in the certificate of live birth of JOARMIE PATA PINTAC, born on October 21, 1991 at Tangub City, Mis. Occ. and whose parents are George Suero Pintac and Armelinda Monte Pata. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his/her written opposition with this Office not later than February 26, 2018. MDN: Feb. 12 & 19, 2018

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Who disregards the ‘en banc’ resolution?

The political hysteria at the city hall is one of the highlights of Mayor Oscar Moreno as the year 2018 creeps in. By the way, the dismissal order of the Office of the Ombudsman against Moreno, served by the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) on February 5, 2018, was long overdue. Why it took the DILG long to serve the dismissal order became the talk of the town in Cagayan De Oro City. Thus, the DILG could not blame the Cagayanons of suspecting that the DILG is discriminatory in the serving of dismissal orders against public officials earlier ordered by the antigraft court dismissed from service.

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I can no other answer make, but, thanks, and thanks. -- William Shakespeare THE Cagayan de Oro Press Club, the oldest and most vibrant press club is moving forward valiantly for another year of upholding press freedom in this part of the country. COPC has once again reaffirmed its indomitable spirit that has triumphed over the years in the exercise of its noble mission—that of serving the people with utmost dedication amid the many challenges in this era of change. The road for all of us press club members and the rest of the Cagayan de Oro media has been bumpy yet fulfilling. The journey has been long and weary, but we have picked ourselves up, we have fought our way back, and we know in our hearts that the best is yet to come. We want to thank every-

Not only that, the seemingly unending restraining order issued by the Cagayan De Oro-based Court of Appeals (CA) to prevent the Ombudsman, the country’s anti-graft court, from implementing the series of “dismissal orders” against Moreno have become suspicious. Yes, while the legal community and the people believed in the probity of the CA decisions, the incessant issuance of the restraining orders and the writ of preliminary injunctions to counter all the dismissal orders, which were validly served against Moreno may not be suspicious, but appalling. In fact, the then CA’s Acting Associate Presiding Judge Remedios Salazar-

Fernando, in a letter dated October 30, 2017, asked the CA to order the re-raffle of all Ombudsman cases filed by Mayor Oscar Moreno with the CA-Cagayan De Oro Station to the Justices in the CA-Manila station. On Nov. 28, 2017, the CA setting in en banc approved a resolution to ship the “rollo” of re-raffled cases to CA-Manila Station to make sure that the case should not be assigned to any CA Justice who have, on one time or another, has handled any case of Moreno (past and present) to avoid any suspicion of undue interest. In the dismissal order served by the DILG, on Feb. 5, 2018, Moreno’s camp insisted that they filed with the CA-Cagayan De Oro

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Station, a Petition for Certiorari an application for the issuance of temporary restraining order, writ of preliminary injunction, and status quo ante order assailing the decision dated April 24, 2017 by the Office of the Ombudsman in the case OMB-M.A.- 16-0172, which dismissed Mayor Moreno and three others from office. Any ordinary person, who knows how to read, could easily detect that the CA-Cagayan De Oro Station has “wittingly or unwittingly” disregarded the CA-Manila resolution dated Nov. 28, 2017? The resolution ordered that all See resolution, page 9

Thank you one who participated in the February 10 annual general assembly and election of officers. We have valued the occasion with utmost deliverance and in earnest. We have pounded the pavement and picked up the pieces that made our voices heard in all corners -- far and wide. We have battled fiercely in the exercise of our noble tasks, because we cherished to be free at all times, any time. In the days ahead, we look forward to sitting down along with the new members of the board and find ways where we can work together to move the press club forward with great optimism. No matter what we do or where we go from here, we will carry the legacy of our senior colleagues that made us stick together – through thick and thin, through good times and bad times. To the press club icons, thank you for believing us

all the way, through every hill, through every valley. You lifted us up the whole way and we will always be grateful for everything and all the incredible work that you put in. Thank you Monsignor Elmer Abacahin, our outgoing president. Thank you Past President Dr. Manny Jaudian for your wisdom, thank you Past President Herbie Gomez and the rest of the club’s members. We acknowledged the dynamics of COPC politics -- small, yet silly. It provided plenty of fodder to tell not only for the cynics but for all of us to mirror and ponder with -- that COPC politics is nothing more than a contest of egos or the domain of special interests. But that is what press club politics can be. That is why elections matter. It is not small, it is big. It is important. Democracy can be noisy and messy and complicated yet astound-

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ingly enigmatic. We have our own opinions. Each of us has deeply held beliefs. And when we go through tough times, we make decisions that stirs passions, stirs up controversy. These arguments are mark of our liberty, our freedom of speech. But despite all our differences, most of us share the same aspirations and hope for tomorrow, for our future. Our press club is moving forward with confidence beyond this time of uncertainties --to help shape lasting peace by upholding truth and justice built on the promise of freedom and dignity for all of us. See tahnk you, page 9

Think A Minute

Picture of Peace

Think a minute… A king was offering a prize to the artist who could paint the best picture of peace. Many artists from around the country tried. The king looked at all the pictures and there were only two he really liked. But he had to choose between them. One picture was of a calm lake. The lake was surrounded with peaceful, towering mountains. Above them, was a blue sky with fluffy white clouds. Everyone who saw this picture thought that it was a perfect picture of peace.

The other picture had mountains too. But these were rugged and bare. Above was a dark, angry sky and heavy rain with flashes of lightning. Down the side of the mountain roared a huge, powerful waterfall. It did not look peaceful at all. But when the king looked closely at the second picture, he saw behind the waterfall a tiny bush growing in the crack of the rock. A mother bird had built her nest in the bush. There, in the middle of all the noise of rushing water and scary, thundering skies, that mother bird sat—in perfect peace.

Which picture do you think won the prize? The king chose the second picture because He said: “Peace does not mean you must be in a place where there is no noise, trouble, pain, or pressure from work. The real meaning of peace is to be right in the middle of all those difficult experiences, and still be calm and confident in your heart.” It doesn’t matter what difficult situation you’re in right now. Jesus, the Christ of Christmas and Prince of Peace, loves you. And this Christmas season, even with everything you may be go-

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William Guialani, Sr., of Taglimao, Cagayan De Oro, also urged the DILG to vigorously implement the dismissal order against Moreno. In a letter-complaint addressed to Secretary Año dated January 15, 2018, Guialani also filed a formal complaint with “dereliction of duty” against Vice Mayor “Kikang” Uy and City Councilor Zaldy Ocon. In the same complaint, Guialani said that the Ombudsman decision dated December 12, 2017 should be fully implemented because cases with TROs issued by the CA has expired, particularly on December 5 and December 30, 2017, sans WPI by the CA Manila. “Consider this a complaint letter against the DILG regional director in Region X for delaying the serving of the dismissal order until the court intervenes,” Guialani told Año. Guialani also urged the DILG to file administrative sanction against Vice Mayor “Kikang” Uy and Councilor Zaldy Ocon with “dereliction of duty” when they failed to take over as mandated by the law of succession after the Ombudsman served the dismissal order against Moreno. Ocon is currently serving a six-month suspension in a decision promulgated by the Office of the Ombudsman effective January 16, 2018 involving a slapping incident with a traffic enforcer. On Feb. 8, 2018, Guialani also warned the management of all local banks serving as depositories of the city government “to refrain from entertaining any form or disbursement/releases of funds, which bear the approval and signature of the dismissed Mayor Oscar S. Moreno.” “To be safe, it would be more prudent and advantageous if you seek first the stand of the DILG Region X before you take action in favor of the dismissed mayor,” Guialani told the banks. The city government maintains a deposit with the Land Bank of the Philippines, the Development Bank of the Philippines, Philippine Veterans Bank, Philippine Postal Bank, and the Philippine Amanah Bank.

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his father was shot dead by unknown motorcycle riding in tandem gunmen a month later after he was discharged from the hospital even as he still needs further medical treatment. Troy’s aunt Melissa took care of him after he was orphaned and decided to bring him home to their hometown here with still in a precarious physical condition notably skin tissues as a results of burns deformed his feet and hands. Doctors treating Troy has assured Melissa that he can now walk normally

after his feet was surgically straightened while his hands will be treated next year when they come back for another medical mission. Other patients which were also given special attention were a father and son who were suffering from cleft lips, a 54-yearold Mamanwa farmer suffering for 20 years from superficial parotidectomy or protruding of glands to facial nerves and mothers having severe cervical myomas but deprived of medical care because of costly surgical treatment.

INVITATION TO BID/PUBLIC AUCTION The PHILIPPINE PORTS AUTHORITY, PMO-Misamis Oriental/Cagayan de Oro (PPA, PMO-MOC), through its Property Disposal Committee, now invites interested parties to bid for the sale of its unserviceable/disposable properties on an “As Is” “Where Is” basis:

Lot For Sale APARTELLE IN MACTAN CEBU, NEAR AIRPORT 1,541 SQM 12 ROOMS W/ INCOME, ASKING PRICE 28M NEG. • • •

LOT FOR SALE AT PUEBLO HILLSBOROUGH POINTE, 395 SQM NO FLOOD @ 7K/SQM NEG. LOT FOR SALE LUMBIA KIAM-IS 18,903 SQM 500/SQM NEG. Residential warehouse 5.5M 200 sqm located at Serina St., Carmen. (near Madonna Hospital) • 7 hectares at 500 sqm located at Brgy. Kamara, Pagatpat, along the road. • 300 sqm House & Lot at Canitoan, Manticao (1.8 M)

TEXT: 09178535958/850-13-24

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Additional information and bid forms may be secured at this office, thru the Secretariat, Property Disposal Committee, Telefax Nos. (088) 856 9098 to 99; (088) 856 1264 Fax No. (088) 856-4667 or email ad: ppapmocdo@ppa.com.ph. The schedule of property disposal activities is as follows:

Kimberlite Pawnshop will be having an AUCTION SALE on all items that expired on December 2017: AUCTION DATE: February 20, 2018 Fortich Street, Barangay 2 Malaybalay City, Bukidnon

This public bidding/auction shall be conducted pursuant to DBM National Budget Circular No. 425 dated 28 January 1992, in so far as it conforms and harmonizes with pertinent COA issuances particularly Memorandum No. 88-569 dated 12 August 1998 and Memorandum No. 92-769 dated 29 June 1992. Interested bidders/auctioneers shall submit a Letter of Intent (LOI) addressed to Chairperson of the Disposal Committee along with pertinent legal requirements thru the Secretariat, such as but not limited to the following:

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1. Current Business Permit; 2. Registration certificate from SEC. Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) for sole proprietorship, or CDA for cooperatives; and 3. Certificate of Site Inspection duly signed by the Administrative Manager of this Office.

The said Letter of Intent together with the required attachments, and the proposed bid/ buying price should be enclosed in three (3) separately sealed envelope, and the deadline for its submission is not later than 9:30 A.M. of 07 March 2018. The Letter of Intent and Proposed Bids submitted beyond the deadline will no longer be accepted. Prospective bidders are invited to attend the Pre-Auction Conference on the time, date and place indicated above. Only bid tender which confirm compliance with the requirements set forth in this public bidding/auction as determined by the Property Disposal Committee during the opening/evaluation of bids, shall be eligible for the opening of its bid proposal or buying priced by using the form prescribed. The bond shall be submitted together with the proposal or buying price, in accordance with the following conditions: 1.) At least 10% of the proposed bid/buying price, and 2.) should be in the form of cash, manager’s check or cashier’s check acquired from a reputable bank within the area where the bidding/auction is to be held. Bidders/Auctioneers or its authorized representative(s) may inspect the above-mentioned properties before submitting their sealed bids to the Property Disposal Committee at the above stated place, date and time.

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mastectomy, lipoma and many other cases. There are other serious cases that need equal medical attention but all eyes were focused on Troy’s case because of his traumatic ordeal when his entire body was gobbled by a flaming mosquito net in the tragic fire that razed several shanty homes of informal settlers in Pasig City. As if the miseries were no enough for the helpless young Troy, Her mother abandoned their family after the incident while

PORT MANAGEMENT OFFICE – MISAMIS ORIENTAL/ CAGAYAN DE ORO PMO Building 2, Port Area, Agora Road, Cagayan de Oro City Telefax Nos. (088) 856 9098 to 99; (088) 856 1264; Fax No. (088) 856-4667; Email Address: ppapmocdo@ppa.com.ph

The Philippine Ports Authority reserves the right to accept or reject any Bid, to annul the auction/bidding process, and to reject bid proposal at any time prior to award, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected Bidders/Auctioneers. Further information may be obtained from the:

(088) 324 0312/856 8189/0915 528 4674

Secretariat, Property Disposal Committee PHILIPPINE PORTS AUTHORITY, PMO-Misamis Oriental/Cagayan de Oro Buidling 2, Port Area, Agora Gate, Cagayan de Oro City Telefax Nos. (088) 856 9098 to 99; (088) 856 1264 Fax No. (088) 856-4667 or email ad ppapmocd@ppa.com.ph

GUILBERT ANTHONY D. GIMENO Chairperson, Property Disposal Committee MDN: Feb 12, 2018


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Suzuki Philippines celebrates milestones with growing Team Suzuki PH Pioneer compact car distributor Suzuki Philippines (SPH) celebrates another successful year packed with strong sales performance and backto-back recognitions and ushers in another exciting year with a gathering of its growing Team Suzuki Philippines (TSP) family. The event, held January 20 at the House Manila, Remington Hotel in Pasay City, brought together SPH executives and Suzuki car club members to celebrate the milestones the company achieved last year and welcome the opportunities 2018 brings. It was also SPH’s way of showing its gratitude for the support and loyalty of the growing TSP family, which now exceeds 4,100 active members. Suzuki’s accredited car clubs consist of Team Alto Pilipinas, Team Celerio Philippines, Swift 1.2 Philippines, Club Ertiga Philippines, Vitara Club of the Philippines,

Team Ciaz Philippines and Suzuki Jimny 4x4 Club Philippines. More than 100 TSP Car Club members joined the thanksgiving celebration, which consisted of games, raffles and other activities aimed to strengthen the bond among car club

members. SPH supported a number of the car clubs’ activities last year. These activities included relationship-building and outreach programs that aimed to strengthen the relationship between SPH and car club members. See suzuki, page 11

One Suzuki for Marawi launched at the Raider R150 Summit 2018

Photos by Kit Pilla

Over 10,200 Suzuki riders filled the World Trade Center Manila on January 28, 2018 at the annual gathering of the legendary Raider R150. A new story of supremacy unfolds as the whole Team Suzuki Family come together to help in the fast rehabilitation of Marawi for the One Suzuki for Marawi donation drive in partnership with ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya, Inc. (ALKFI). Year on year Suzuki, through the Raider R150 Summit, is committing itself to do an advocacy campaign as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities. In 2017, Suzuki focused in underscoring the importance of road safety awareness to its riders through a road safety lesson which has inked the country in the Guinness World Records as the host for the Largest road safety lesson with over 4200 participants. This year, the brand and Suzuki Foundation Inc. (SFI) focused in rebuilding Marawi. Everybody is well aware of what happened in Marawi and Suzuki Philippines understands that they need the biggest aid. The damage to property and the people, needless to say the trauma is huge that the rehabilitation will certainly take long. Suzuki Philippines, together with its riders, dealers, trade partners and employees joined together as one family to fast track rebuild-

ing Marawi. Suzuki and ALKFI placed a donation station during the Raider R150 Summit wherein members of Team Suzuki family were encouraged to place their cash donations. The brand alongside its thousands of riders, dealers, trade partners and employees were able to pull together a total of over 2.6M pesos during the event. Proceeds of these donations will be used in ALKFI’s Sagip Kapamilya operations which will be dedicated this time in the long-term rehabilitation in Marawi. The donation was turned over by SPH executives led by its President Hiroshi Suzuki, SFI President and SPH Managing Director Norminio Mojica and SPH Motorcycle Sales and Marketing General Manager Mr. Jun Bulot. Accepting the pledge were ALKFI’s Managing Director Susan Afan and Marketing’s Rino Ramos and Sheryl Gabuya. Kapamilya stars and Team Suzuki’s Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil were also present in the gathering. Special guest and calendar girl Myrtle Sarroza was also present and gave a song and dance number to the delight of the audience. Completing the pool of guests were LTO Director for Law Enforcement Service Francis Rey Almora and Suzuki Philippines Marketing Manager Mr. Monch Bontogon.


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Antonio Sy-Alvarado (1st District, Bulacan), declaring August 30 of every year as “National Press Freedom Day” will show to the world that the Philippines recognizes and respects freedom of the press, as enshrined in Section 4, Article III (Bill of Rights) of the 1987 Constitution. The declaration will also remind the people of the patriotic deeds of Del Pilar and inspire them to emulate his examples of selfless service, exceptional courage and leadership that gave hope to the Philippines during a critical time in its history. Davao del Sur Congresswoman Mercedes “Didi” Cagas cutting the Ribbon during Del Pilar, the most faTurn-Over Ceremony at Federico Nationa High School Bgry. Astorga, Sta. Cruz Davao mous journalist in the coundel Sur. supplied photo

try’s history, founded the Diariong Tagalog which he used to expose the atrocities and excesses committed by the Spanish friars against the Filipinos. He became one of the leaders of the Philippine Propaganda Movement. He

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cases of Moreno with the CA-Cagayan De Oro Station be shipped to CA-Manila Station to be re-raffled there. Consequently, it is the CA-Manila station – not the CA Cagayan De Oro Station – who should resolve the case filed by Moreno’s camp. To reiterate, the Nov. 28, 2017 resolution issued by the CA-Manila Station explicitly ordered that all Moreno cases are to be NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the late Sps. GREGORIO A. ALBARRACIN, SR. & ROSARIO CALAPRE, who died on July 10, 2015 & August 23, 2016, left without any will as evidenced by the Death Certificate issued by the local Civil Registrar of Davao City, Philippines. The decedents during their lifetime owned a conjugal parcel of land situated in Lot 5558, Jacinto St., ML Quezon Blvd., J Lupa St., Brgy. 32, Poblacion Davao City, Philippines, covered by original Certificate of Title No. P-11695 and more particularly described as follows: ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE OF TITLE, P-11695, Plan Gsg-11-000613-D Portion, containing an area of ONE HUNDRED TWENTY (120) SQUARE METERS, more or less; Is the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF AMONG HEIRS OF LATE SPS. GREGORIO A. ALBARRACIN, SR. & ROSARIO CALAPRE; this Extrajudicial Settlement made and executed into by and among NANCY ALBARRACIN PRIETO and GREGORIO C. ALBARRACIN, all of legal ages, married, and residents of Davao City, Philippines; The parties herein being of sound mind with full capacity to contract have agreed and covenanted, by these presents, do hereby agree and covenant their rights the entire above-described parcel of land, including all the improvements thereon; Under Notary Public of Atty. Jefferson B. Yap; as Per Doc. No. 26; Page No. 16; Book No. X; Series of 2017.

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re-raffled and be resolved by the CA-Manila station. Moreno argued that the petition and motion was filed with the CA-Cagayan De Oro Station on “jurisdictional” ground. Did the

CA-Cagayan De Oro Station inadvertently disregarded the CA-Manila en banc resolution? While the CA-Cagayan De Oro Station is autonomous, the action it has taken

to resolve Moreno’s case could be misconstrued as “open defiance” of the CA’s en banc resolution. Anyway, it is now up to the DILG and the Ombudsman to act on the resolution

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 10172, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that ELLY S. GAABON has filed with this Office a petition for the correction of clerical error in the entry of the child’s sex from “MALE” to “FEMALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of ELLY SELMARO GAABON who was born on February 20, 1990 at Cagayan de Oro City and whose parents are RODELIO DAMASCO GAABON and ELONA JAMITO SELMARO. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than February 11, 2018.

IN RE: PETITION FOR CANCELATION OF ANNOTATION OF LEGITIMATION WITH REGISTRY NO. 2014-80 IN THE CERTIFICATE OF LIVE BIRTH OF A MINOR CHILD, ANGELA VALENZONA

SPL. PROC NO. 339-M(17)

EVANGELINE VALENZONA PEGARIT, Petitioner,

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THE LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR OF MUNICIPALITY OF MEDINA, MISAMIS ORIENTAL AND NEIL B. PEGARIT, Respondents. x------------------------------------------------/ ORDER

SGD. EVANGELINE C. TAPANGAN City Civil Registrar

Before this Court is a verified petition filed by EVANGELINE VALENZONA PEGARIT of Barangay Kinamlutan, Butuan City, Agusan del Norte, seeking to correct an entry in the Certificate of Live Birth #2014-80 of the Medina Local Civil Registry of her daughter – ANGELA VALENZONA, that is, to cancel the annotation on legitimation in the Certificate of Live Birth of Angela Valenzona and the entry on the affidavit of legitimation executed by Evangeline Valenzona Pegarit and Respondent Neil Pegarit, to enable the minor Angela Valenzona to avail of R.A. 9255. The Court finds the petition sufficient in form and substance, and gives it due course. This petition is set for hearing on March 16, 2018 at 8:30 o’clock in the morning, (Friday), at Branch 26, Regional Trial Court (RTC), Medina, Misamis Oriental. At the expense of petitioner EVANGELINE VALENZONA PEGARIT, let a copy of this Order be –

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Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province: LANAO DEL NORTE Municipality: Sultan Naga Dimaporo NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 7 of R.A. No. 10172, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that Junifer E. Alcuizar has filed with this office a petition for Correction of Clerical Error in her SEX/GENDER from “MALE” to “FEMALE” in the birth certificate of JUNMARIE COLEGIO ALCUIZAR who was born on 02 July 2001 And whose parents are JUNIFER E. ALCUIZAR and ROSEMARIE J. COLEGIO. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his/her written opposition with this Office not later than February 28, 2018.

issued by the CA-Cagayan comments: crisguardian@ De Oro Station. Whether yahoo.com justice is served in favor of DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL Moreno or the taxpayers in SETTLEMENT Cagayan De Oro City, the truth would definitely set Notice is hereby given that the us free. -0- Email reactions/ intestate estate of the deceased EDGAR

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT 10th Judicial Region BRANCH 26, Medina, Misamis Oriental

Republic of the Philippines LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRY OFFICE PROVINCE OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL Cagayan de Oro City

I. Posted at the (1) Bulletin Board of the Municipal Hall of Medina, Misamis Oriental, (2) Bulletin Board of the Civil Registry, Medina, Misamis Oriental, and (3) Bulletin Board of this Court. II. Published, once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks, in Mindanao Daily News, located tan Leh Bldg.., Abellanosa, Consolacion, Cagayan de Oro City, the Court’s duly accredited newspaper of general circulation in the Province of Misamis Oriental.

The Local Civil Registrar of Medina, Misamis Oriental, or any interested person claiming interest on the entry sought to be corrected may file opposition within fifteen (15) days from notice of the petition or from the last date of publication of such notice. SO ORDERED. Done in Chambers on December 14, 2017 at Medina, Misamis Oriental.

SGD. JUDY A. SIA-GALVEZ Pairing Judge MCLE Exempt #V-000789 10/27/15

SGD. MONA C. MANGKA Municipal Civil Registrar

P. GOROSPE who died on April 5, 2012 in Cagayan de Oro City, that the deceased left without any debts, that during his lifetime, acquired properties, covered by the following titles, to wit: a. TCT No. T-118685, located at Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City, b. TCT No. T-110560, located at Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City, c. TCT No. T-110634, located at Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City, d. 1/5 share in TCT No. T-2301, located at Balingasag, Mis. Or., e. 1/5 share in TCT No. T-2302, located at Balingasag, Mis. Or., and f. 1/5 share in TCT No. T-2303, located at Balingasag, Mis. Or. ; Is the subject of DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT; this Extrajudicial Settlement is made and entered into by LOLITA R. GOROSPE, widow, EMILY G. MORA, married, DIANA G. LIMJUCO, married, and EDGAR R. GOROSPE, JR., married, all of legal ages, and a residents of Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines; That the HEIRS decided and agreed as they hereby decide and agree to adjudicate the said shares of the abovedescribed real properties, including all the improvements situated thereon, among themselves in the pro-indiviso sharing as provided for by law; That for and in consideration of the above premises, and invoking the provisions of Rule 74, Section 1, of the Rules of Court of the Philippines, the HEIRS, by these presents, do hereby agree to divide and adjudicate the estate above described among themselves in the pro-indiviso sharing as provided for by law, subject to the liabilities imposed by the Rules; Under Notary Public of Atty. Marc David M. Evangelista; as Per Doc. No. 320; Page No. 65; Book No. 66; Series of 2017.

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

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CDO MAIN BRANCH P & J Lim Bldg., Tiano Brothers Kalambagohan Sts., Tel. # (08822) 727-829 * Telefax # (088) 856-1947

DIVISORIA BRANCH Atty. Erasmo B. Damasing Bldg., #61 Don A. Velez St., Cagayan de Oro City Tel. # (088) 857-3631

CAMIGUIN BRANCH B. Aranas St., Poblacion, Mambajao, Camiguin Tel. # (088) 387-0491

LAPASAN BRANCH Lapasan Hi-way, Cagayan de Oro City Tel. # (088) 231-6739

CORRALES BRANCH Corrales Ave., Cagayan de Oro City

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R.A. Form 10.1 (LCRO) Republic of the Philippines Province of Bukidnon CITY OF VALENCIA (City of Golden Harvest) OFFICE OF THE CIVIL REGISTRAR

Republic of the Philippines Province of Bukidnon CITY OF VALENCIA (City of Golden Harvest) OFFICE OF THE CIVIL REGISTRAR

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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

In compliance with Sec. 5 R.A. 9048 / R.A. 10172 a notice is hereby served to the public that IRISH C. GETIZO has filed with this 0ffice a petition for Change and Month (Petitioner’s Complete Name) and Day. “ HELEN ” to “ IRISH ” in the birth Certificate of Live Birth of AIKO CAGOL GETEZO who was born on April 2, 1973 at Valencia

In compliance with Sec. 5 R.A. 9048 / R.A. 10172 a notice is hereby served to the public that AIKO A. MENGUITO has filed with this 0ffice a petition for Change of FIRST (Petitioner’s Complete Name) NAME/GENDER and Month and Day.“ MALE ” to “ FEMALE ” in the birth Certificate of Live Birth of AIKO ANGELITO MENGUITO who was born on July 4 , 1994 (Complete Name of the document owner) (Complete Date of Birth) at Valencia City , Bukidnon , whose parents are Felix M. MENGUITO and Patricia S. Angelito Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his/her written opposition with this Office not later than February 23, 2017.

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC In compliance with the publication requirement and pursuant to OCRG Memorandum Circular No. 2013-1 Guidelines in the Implementation of Administrative Order No. 1 series of 2012 (IRRR on R.A. 10172), Notice is hereby served to the public that JUVY AUTIDA CRUTA has filed with this office, a petition for correction of entry in His SEX from “FEMALE” to “MALE” and his date of births from “ November 21, 1982” to “November 2, 1982” in the certificate of live birth of JUVY AUTIDA CRUTA who was born on November 21, 1982 at Kibawe, Bukidnon and whose parents are Eugenia A. Autida and Dominador P. Cruta. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than February 11, 2018.

MDN: Feb. 5 & 12, 2018

SGD. RUFINA R. BUTRON, CE Municipal Civil Registrar

R.A. Form 10.1 (LCRO)

(Complete Name of the document owner)

(Complete Date of Birth)

City , Bukidnon , whose parents are Eduardo C. Cagol and Natalia L. Omac Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than February 11, 2018.

(SGD) TERESITA B. DICEN, MGA City Civil Registrar

(SGD) TERESITA B. DICEN, MGA City Civil Registrar

MDN: Feb. 5 & 12, 2018

MDN: Feb. 5 & 12, 2018

Republic of the Philippines Region X PROVINCE OF LANAO DEL NORTE Municipality of Sapad

Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province: LANAO DEL NORTE Municipality: Sultan Naga Dimaporo

Republic of the Philippines LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRY OFFICE PROVINCE OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL Cagayan de Oro City

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public that RUBY REYES-PERALES has filed with this office a petition for change of first name from “ROSALES” to “ROSALITO” in the birth certificate of ROSALES MACALAM PERALES who was born on July 18, 1983 at (Home) Panolo-on, Sapad, Lanao del Norte and whose parents are Bienvinido E. Perales (father) and Rosita E. Macalam (mother). Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than 15 days.

In compliance with Section 7 of R.A. No. 10172, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that Anilyn V. Ates has filed with this office a petition for the Correction of Clerical Error in the date of birth from “JAN. 10, 1974” to “JUNE 10, 1974” in the birth certificate of ANILYN A. BEDRA who was born on JUNE 10, 1974 and whose parents are Armando Vedra and Aida Abiol. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his/her written opposition with this Office not later than March 9, 2018.

In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 9048, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that TALIB L. HAMDAIN has filed with this Office a petition for the change of first name from “ABDUL” to “TALIB” in the Certificate of Live Birth of ABDUL LIM JAMDAIN who was born on November 4, 1952 in CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY and whose parents are AKMADUL JAMDAIN and ROSARIO LIM. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than February 19, 2018.

MDN: Feb. 12 & 19, 2018

(Sgd.) NOR-AIN CABILANGAN-SAMPORNA Municipal Civil Registrar

MDN: Feb. 12 & 19, 2018

(Sgd.) MONA C. MANGKA Municipal Civil Registrar

MDN: Feb. 12 & 19, 2018

(Sgd.) EVANGELINE C. TAPANGAN City Civil Registrar


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V Monologues stages CDO run

On February 17, 2018, at 7pm, V-Day CDO will stage a onenight only benefit performance of Eve Ensler’s award winning and groundbreaking play The Vagina Monologues at the VIP Hotel Mandana Hall. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the V-Day global movement. Over the past two decades, tens of thousands of communities and college campuses have staged V-Day benefit performances of The Vagina Monologues – and other artistic works, campaigns & risings– in over 200 countries and territories. V-Day volunteers have raised consciousness, changed laws to protect women and girls, funded rape crisis centers and domestic violence shelters (often times these much needed funds kept them from closing), educated

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their communities, and raised well over $100 million in urgently needed funds for groups doing the essential work of ending violence and serving survivors and their families. For its 20th anniversary, V-Day is focusing on the timely issue of sexual harassment. What are The Vagina Monologues? The New York Times describes The Vagina Monologues as “funny” and “poignant”, and by the Daily News as “intelligent” and “courageous”. The play first performed Off-Broadway and in locations around the world by Ms. Ensler - dives into the mystery, humor, pain, power, wisdom, outrage, and excitement in women’s experiences. V–Day grew out of the play that exploded

onto the scene in 1998, breaking taboos about women’s sexuality and shattering silence around violence done to women and girls. V-Day CDO is a local effort within the worldwide context of the 20th Anniversary V-Day Campaign. V-Day CDO and The Vagina Monologues 2018 V-Day CDO’s The Vagina Monologues gathers some of Cagayan de Oro’s most talented artists and advocates. These performers – men, women, and the LGBTQ - have volunteered their time and talent to help achieve the goal of reaching out and helping Kagay-anons realize that violence of all forms on all genders is real. What makes this year’s show special is the fact that seven original pieces written by Kagay-anons will be delivered by the artists. In addition, some of the monologues were also translated to Binisaya. This, the group believes, is the best way to help the audience understand the message of The Vagina Monologues. The show also includes pieces lifted from A Memory A Monologue A Rant and A Prayer, which is a collection of monologues by world-renowned authors and playwrights like Maya Angelou and Edward Albee. MMRP features diverse voices of characters who break open, expose, and examine violence at all levels and types. The pieces create a realistic portrait of how violence against women (and the LGBTQ & men) affect every one of us. V-Day CDO’s male artists

perform the pieces from MMRP. Presented by Oro Teatro Bulawanon, the same group that staged the Palanca awardwinning play Reyna Elena last

November 2016, this year’s TVM also focuses on sensitive (and often misunderstood) issues such as bullying, rape, and sexual harassment. Throughout the

Soil Conservation

By Erwel Jhun C. Recta

Soil conservation is the preventing of soil loss from erosion or reduced fertility caused by over usage, acidification, salinization or other chemical soil contamination. A sequel to the deforestation is typically large scale erosion, loss of soil nutrients and sometimes total desertification. Soil erosion removes the top soil that is necessary for organic matter, nutrients, micro-organisms that are requires for plants to grow and shine. Soil conversation is one such step that protects the soil from being washed away. The soil then ends up in aquatic resources bringing in pesticides and fertilizer used on agricultural land. Healthy soil is important for plants to grow and flourish. Taking necessary steps to conserve the soil part is part of environment friendly lifestyle. There are several ways to conserve soil that can be done through agricultural

practices or measures you take at home. Three ways to conserve soil through agricultural means include: 1. Practice to till farming. With no till farming, crops are allowed to remain rather than to being plowed under at the end of the season. This practice keep soils anchored in place rather than having bare ground exposed to wind and water. 2. Use terrace farming. This type of farming uses the topography of the land to slow water flow through a series of terraces. This manipulation of the manipulation of the water flow prevents it from gathering speed and washing soil away from farmlands. 3. Practice contour farming. Contour farming replicates the effects of terrace farming, but on a smaller scale. Rather than planting crops in straight vertical rows, crops are planted following the contour of the landscape. Crops planted up and down hillsides create pathways for water to flow. Crops planted parallel to the land slow the flow of water

show, audiences will experience a roller coaster of emotions: joy, excitement, confidence, fear, confusion, disbelief, realization, See stages, page 11

that prevents soil erosion. For home methods; 1. Reduces impervious surfaces. Impervious surfaces like driveways and patios allow precipitation to flow freely over them. Water flow gains momentum when moving over such surfaces and can then erode stream banks and lakeshores. A good compromise is to use paving stones rather than a concrete slab for your patio to allow the water to percolate down into the soil. 2. Plant a rain garden. A rain garden is a shallow depression in your yard, which will collect precipitation washing over impervious surfaces. It prevents soil erosion and gives you opportunity to grow wetland plants. 3. Use a rain barrel. You can place a rain barrel underneath a downspout to collect the water that runs off of your roof. Your roof, after all, is another impervious surface. You can use the water you collect for your lawn and garden. In this way, you can conserve water and soil.


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Suzuki... from page 6

Team Alto Pilipinas organized membership gatherings and outreach programs, one for the Aeta community and a feeding program in Binangonan, Rizal. Team Celerio Philippines’ annual tree planting went hand-in-hand with its Aeta Livelihood Program and Christmas-in-a-Box project. Team Ciaz Philippines’ activities last year included grand membership EBs and a fun run. The team’s fun run in Mt. Samat in March 2017 allowed Ciaz owners to enjoy the long drive and experience the flexibility and reliability of the fuelefficient subcompact sedan. In addition to the regular member meetings, Club Ertiga Philippines, Inc. (CEPI) held its annual summer family get-together last June and tapped Cottolengo Filipino Orphanage as beneficiary. CEPI also had an outreach program last December at the Hundred Islands in Alaminos, Pangasinan. Members of the Suzuki Jimny 4X4 Club Philippines organized a Mt. Balabag Trail Day for newbie offroaders. They joined the prestigious Rainforest Challenge Philippines 2017 as Official Marshalls. They also donated 23 personal computers and a generator to the Sitio Cuccong Elementary School in partnership with Teletech. Meanwhile, Swift 1.2 Philippines joined last year’s JSK Fun Run and held outreach programs, including one in partnership with No One In Need organization. The Vitara Club organized several day trips and overnight campings at the Jungle Base, Mt. Balabag, Manipo Falls and Treasure Mountain, all in Rizal, for its members and their families. The team’s activities also included a 4x4 clinic, 4x4 outdoor challenges, tree planting and an outreach Christmas party for the kids of Sitio Maysawa, Tanay, Rizal. Team Suzuki Philippines, established in 2015, is a nonprofit organization that aims to foster camaraderie and support among owners of

the different Suzuki vehicles and SPH executives. Wellrepresented by different groups, it now consists of seven car clubs. SPH lauds the unceasing support given by the car clubs as contributing to the successes the company achieved last year, noting in particular how feedback from members helps in improving products and services. At the same time, SPH reiterates its continued support to the different car clubs and their activities for the year. “United in one team, one spirit, one goal, our continued strong partnership with the Suzuki car clubs, collectively called Team Suzuki Philippines, is one of our major achievements this past year. The support and loyalty of the car clubs to the Suzuki brand motivates each and every one of us to work harder,” said Assistant General Manager for Automobile Cecil Capacete. Shuzo Hoshikura, General Manager for Automobile, said: “We look forward to further growing Team Suzuki Philippines this year and reaffirm our commitment to supporting all their activities. As we gear up for an even more fruitful 2018, we are excited to further act on our mission to transform the automotive industry by delivering only quality products and services to better serve the Filipino people and bring to them the Suzuki Way of Life.”

Stages... from page 10

Monday, February 12, 2018 Additionally, 10% of the total earnings will be given as spotlight donation to the V-Day movement. Donation Tickets & T-Shirts Donation tickets for the show are available at Php150 for professionals and Php100 for students. Reservations can be made by calling or sending a message to 09178708792. To raise more funds for the VDay campaign, the TVM group is also selling personalized t-shirts with the print “Ang Bilat Dili Pamalikas”. The shirts are available in different sizes at Vjandep Bulua and Tiano, Aruga/Amuma at SM CDO Downtown Premier, as well as at the Limketkai bazaar scheduled for Feb 8 to 14 at the LKK Rotunda area (center of the mall). Donation tickets will also be sold during the bazaar. Join the campaign against violence of all forms, on all genders. Watch The Vagina Monologues on February 17 at the VIP Hotel. It’s going to be an experience you won’t forget for a long time! pr

Thank you... from page 4

We believe in free speech, we see life beyond with so much expectations because we have a vision to share. That is where we need to go – moving forward with great optimism. We disagree, sometimes fiercely, about how to get there. It will not be always a straight line. It will not be always a smooth ride. But one thing is surefire – we will make a difference. (ruffy44_ph2000@yahoo. com)

and ultimately, fulfillment. The goal of this year’s show is to make everyone realize that to move forward and find a solution for the problem of violence, we must work together regard- from page 1 the Armed Forces of less of gender. This is why the production has men and the Philippines (AFP), the the LGBTQ working with Philippine National Police and performing alongside women from all walks of life. Benefit Show The Vagina Monologues is a benefit show. Proceeds will be used for programs and projects for women. The group will be working and coordinating with a civic organization in CDO to create these programs.

(PNP), government-owned and -controlled corporations (GOCCs), local government units (LGUs), as well as the private sector to afford sufficient time and opportunity for their employees to engage and participate in any related activity to be conducted in the premises of their respective offices or estab-

lishments. The Department of Education (DepEd), Commission on Higher Education (CHED), and Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), in consultation with the Office of the President, government and private media organizations shall lead public and private schools

at all levels in organizing consciousness-raising activities on the importance of the press, their rights and social responsibilities, and the elimination of all forms of violence against the press. Del Pilar was born on Aug. 30, 1850. According to the bill’s author, Rep. Jose See PRESS, page 8

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