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CAGAYAN de Oro City -The Court of Appeals (CA) in Cagayan De Oro City has reinstated dismissed Mayor Oscar Moreno to his post in a resolution released Wednesday afternoon . Appearing with his lawyer, Moreno held a press conference Thursday morning at the City Hall to exhibit the CA resolution, which allows Moreno to continue to exercise his duties and responsibilities as City Mayor. The Ombudsman, however , is set to appeal the CA’s resolution. ( see separate story) Moreno 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
Contrary to reports, Cagayan de Oro Mayor Oscar Moreno is still the city's chief executive despite a dismissal order from the Office of the Ombudsman. Moreno said the Writ of Preliminary Injunction granted to him by the Court of Appeals has shielded him from any suspension or dismissal order issued by the Ombudsman. Photo shows Moreno answering questions from reporters during a press conference at the City Hall on Thursday, Feb. 8. Photo By Gerry Lee Gorit
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CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY -- The Court of Appeals (CA) - Mindanao station promulgated a resolution granting the consolidation of City Mayor Moreno's petition to all his previous five petitions, sending the local chief executive back to city hall, Thursday, Feb. 8, two days after the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) tried
to dislodge Moreno and install Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin Uy. Moreno's legal team, during a press conference Thursday, Feb. 8, st citt hall, called on DILG to "obey the CA order" on consolidation of cases. The subject matter of Mayor Moreno's petition in CA-G.R. SP No. 09539MIN is the dismissal order of the Ombudsman in MBB-M-A-16-0172 that was implemented by
DILG-10 Regional Director Arnel Agabe on February 5, 2018, by delivering in to the office of Atty. Dale Mordeno. The Ombudsman's case in OMB-M-A-16-0172, along with its dismissal order, is the 24th or the last of the 24 admin-cases against Moreno. The other 23 cases were the subject matter of his earlier petitions in the CA in CA-G.R. SP Nos.
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The Ombudsman is expected to appeal the Court of Appeals’ resolution to consolidate the 24 administrative cases against Mayor Oscar Moreno for grave misconduct, serious dishonesty and conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service. Jonathan Pineda, Associate Graft and Investigation Officer I, said that it is a standard procedure for the Ombudsman to appeal any judicial resolution that is adverse to the anti-graft court. Based in Cagayan de Oro City, Pineda said that his office has not received a copy yet though of the February 7 CA decision, adding the 24th case to be consolidated along with the 23 earlier ones which involved the same matter – the renting of construction equipment during the governorship of Moreno in Misamis Oriental. In all the 23 cases, the Ombudsman dismissed Moreno from the office and also perpetually banned him from holding any public position. In all the 23 cases too, the CA has issued a preliminary injunction against the dismissal. On December 12, the
Ombudsman issued a ruling on the 24th case, also dismissing Moreno from power, directing the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) to implement its decision. Interior and Local Government Undersecretary Austere Panadero on January 30 ordered his Region 10 director Arnel Agabe to implement the December 12 Ombudsman decision to strip Moreno from office. Agabe promptly acted on Panadero’s directive and served the Ombudsdman’s decision last Monday. Both Moreno’s lawyer Dale Bryan Mordeno and Vice Mayor Reineir Joaquin Uy’s secretary Xsyclyn Faith Lumbatan confirmed that they received the dismissal order on that day. On Wednesday, Agabe issued a statement confirming that Vice Mayor Reineir Uy is already the Mayor of Cagayan De Oro City after the DILG has validly served the dismissal of Moreno as City Mayor. Mordeno welcomed this latest remark by the Ombudsman. “The ball is now in their court. They can avail of any remedy they think fit,” he said. Pineda said that the Ombudsman has its own legal unit, which appeals See appeal, page 11
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Armm local execs warned vs 4Ps irregularities JOLO, Sulu – Local government executives down to the barangays in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (Armm) have been sternly warned to stop all irregularities in the payout of cash incentives under the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps). Lawyer Laisa Alamia, Armm executive secretary, issued the warning during the Local Government Unit (LGU) Assembly on Social Welfare Protection at Camp Gen. Teodulfo Bautista in Barangay Busbus, this town on Feb. 6.. Alamia, who is also the Department of Social Welfare Secretary in ARMM
(DSWD-Armm), said her office has received reports that there are barangay officials, teachers and local social welfare personnel who are pocketing portion of the cash incentives of 4Ps beneficiaries. Each family-beneficiary of the 4Ps receive PhP1,400 monthly. The program is a human development measure of the national government that provides conditional cash grants to the poorest of the poor, to improve the health, nutrition, and the education of children aged 0-18. Alamia said the beneficiaries of the program are being threatened to be delisted once they will
complain or report about the irregularities with the office of the DSWD-Armm. There are also people who were listed as beneficiaries although they are not from poor families or the names are not that of the persons in the photograph that appears on the list of beneficiaries. Alamia said they must stop such illegal practices or face arrest. “We are serious about this. I’ll give you the chance, the opportunity (to stop). No arrest will happen, but one you are caught during the payout, you will not just be removed from the service, you will be arrested,” she said during
ZAMBOANGA City -- The House of Representatives’ version of the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) is now submitted and being deliberated in the joint congressional committees. This after the subcommittee meetings were conducted last week and it was presented as an urgent priority of the Committee on Local Government and Peace, Reconciliation and Unity to come up with the “draft bill,” which will be tackled for public consultation and finalization in the House plenary in due time. Rep. Celso Lobregat of this city’s first district on Wednesday said the BBL Sub-Committee, in which he was one of the three members, took the lead to harmonize its provisions as they had already discussed it provision by provision and “agreed to disagree” the constitutionality and partiality of it and taking into consideration the unconstitutional provisions, which needed to be discussed thoroughly. The sub-committee, chaired by Rep. Wilter Wee Palma II (1st District, Zamboanga Sibugay) and represented by at least three members each from the three committees, is now coming up with a working draft bill based on House Bills 6475, 92, 6121 and 6263 authored
by House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez, Deputy Speaker Bai Sandra Sinsuat Sema (1st District, Maguindanao), Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo (2nd District, Pampanga) and Rep. Mohamad Khalid Dimaporo (1st District, Lanao del Norte), respectively. The four bills seek to provide for the BBL and abolish the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM). They seek to repeal Republic Act 9054, entitled “An Act to Strengthen and Expand the Organic Act for the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao” and RA 6374 entitled “An Act Providing for an Organic Act for the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao.” “We were already done with our bloody work of consolidating the four proposed BBL bills, those provisions not agreed upon will be referred to the mother committee, after that we shall have public consultations and there might be changes again before it reaches the plenary,” said Lobregat, member for the majority of the House Committee on Local Government, Peace, Reconciliation and Unity. He said the Bangsamoro Transition Commission (BTC) version of the BBL was dominant, but it didn’t mean that the house committees would approve it,
instead they would still had to scrutinize it and determine its constitutionality based on the consolidated version of the BBL. “We made it very clear, we make the consolidated draft bill and this will be used for discussion in the committee level,” Lobregat said. He said there was no problem in passing the BBL as long as the unconstitutional provisions would be removed and it would not jeopardize the welfare of other Filipinos who did not wish to be under the jurisdiction of the proposed Bangsamoro region. “It is the commitment of the House leadership that the BBL will be materialized, we were give a timeline, but again, we wanted a constitutional BBL, we are part of the Philippines, it is not only the Bangsamoro who has to be considered but the entire Filipino nation should also be heard, and it is the reason why the senate and congress are now doing its series of public consultations here in Mindanao region,” Lobregat said. “Again, I would like to reiterate to the public, that I am for peace, I am not anti-peace but we need a Bangsamoro Basic Law that is just, fair, acceptable, feasible and within the realm of the constitution and existing laws,” Lobregat added. (PNA)
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the assembly. She said they have tapped the military, police and other law enforcement agencies to help them monitor the implementation of the 4Ps. She warned that militar y personnel will be watching them and monitoring the implementation of programs and projects of the government in the barangays since Mindanao is under martial law. The release of the cash incentives under the 4Ps in Armm is “actual payout” with corresponding biometrics. Previously, the incentives is released through the banks by way of Automated Teller Machines (ATMs)
like in other regions. Alamia, however, said there are still irregularities since they uncovered there are collusion among the beneficiaries, who don’t belong to poor families. Alamia is optimistic this irregularity will be stopped with the help of the military, police and other law enforcement agencies. During the forum, the mayors and their respective barangay officials were reminded of their obligations and responsibilities based on Martial Law Instruction No. 1 issued on January 8, 2018, by Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana, who is the martial law administrator.
The assembly concluded with the signing of commitment by the mayors and barangay officials to help stop the irregularities. The assembly was aimed at reiterating the importance of the 4Ps program and that the “no fraud” policy is being implemented in its fullest capacity. It was also a venue for members of the LGU, the military and the merchants to show their commitment and support to help monitor and be watchful of fraudulent activities and that benefits from the national government reaches its beneficiaries in full. (PNA)
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Army, LGU heads lead re-greening program ALAMADA, North Cotabato -- Military and local officials here joined hands Tuesday in an activity aimed at providing better environment for future generation. Maj. Gen. Arnel dela Vega, commander of the Army’s 6th Infantry Division (6ID) and Mayor Noemia D. Bartolome of Alamada, North Cotabato led the tree planting activity in the 171-hectare land area in Camp Paulino Santos, Barangay Dado. Brig. Gen. Manolo Samarita, commander of the Army’s 602nd Infantry Brigade (IB), initiated the activity. Joining the event was former National Police spokes-
person Director Nicanor Bartolome, husband of Alamada town mayor, and local government employees. Dela Vega says his division and all the units under it are supporting the National Greening Program (NGP) of the government that seeks to plant 1.5 billion trees in 1.5 million hectares of land area across the country. When President Duterte signed the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, the Philippines has formally joined the global accord aimed at reducing carbon emissions. A priority program of the government, the greening project aims to help reduce
poverty, promote food security, environmental stability, and biodiversity conservation. It also enhances climate change mitigation and adaptation. The program is designed to provide alternative livelihood activities for marginalized upland and lowland households. It is also relevant to seedling production, care and maintenance of newly planted trees. Aside from being a reforestation initiative, the NGP is also seen as a climate change mitigation strategy as it seeks to enhance the country’s forest stock to absorb carbon dioxide, which is largely blamed for global warming. (PNA)
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GENERAL SANTOS CITY – The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) in Region 12 has stepped up its monitoring at the city airport and several seaports here for the possible entry of illegal drug shipments. Valente Cariño, PDEA12 Regional Director, said We dnes d ay t he y have launched regular inspection of cargoes and related shipments at the city airport, Makar port and other private seaports for the possible presence of illegal drugs. He said the move is in line with a directive from the PDEA central office for the strengthening of the the “airport and seaport interdictions” within its area of responsibility. He said they stationed
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a team led by its K9 unit at the city airport in coordination with the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (Caap). The official said the team is composed of four trained canine handlers and two Belgian Malinois “narcotic detection dogs.” “The drug-sniffing dogs were trained to detect and identify shabu, marijuana, ecstasy, cocaine and heroin, which are the illegal drugs commonly abused in the country,” Cariño said. The city airport, which is classified by Caap as an alternate international airport, is Region 12’s biggest airport. It serves eight to 10 domestic flights daily to and from Manila, Cebu and
Iloilo of the Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacfic Air. Cariño said the “narcotic detection dogs” conduct inspection by sniffing on the baggage of passengers and commercial cargoes passing the airport’s departure and arrival areas. “This is to detect possible presence of illegal drugs and prevent their shipment in and out of the region,” he said. Cariño said he also assigned another inspection
team for the Makar port and seaports operated by private fishing companies. He said the team, which was backed by their K9, initially conducted a surprise inspection last week in one the fishing vessels of a private fishing company in Barangay Tambler here. The agency coordinated with the company for the conduct of random drug testing among its employees as part of their advocacy campaign for a drug-free
workplace, he said. The official said the fishing vessel, which was then about to depart from the port, turned out negative for the presence of illegal drugs. “The establishment of airport and seaport team is important to prevent
the entry and exit of illegal drugs in the region. Since drug traffickers use the vast shoreline, besides air, as their means to transport illegal drugs, it is but necessary to seal our ports and prevent it from becoming a drop-off and transit point,” Cariño added. (FKA/PNA)
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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.
R.A. 10172 Form No. 10.1 (LCRO)
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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.
In compliance with Section 7 of R. A. 10172, a notice is hereby served to the public that CYRHEL T. LUMOMBANG has filed with this Office a petition for Correction of Clerical Error particularly sex from “FEMALE” to “MALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of CYRHEL TALAOGON LUMOMBANG who was born on 26 December 1999 at Iligan City, Lanao del Norte and whose parents are Claudia P. Talaogon and June A. Lumombang. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this office not later than March 2018.
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
(Sgd.) MARIA PURA C. MASCARIÑAS City Civil Registrar
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RESOLUTION NO. 17-135
Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT 4th Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City IN RE: JOINT PETITION TO APPROVE AND REGISTER THE DIVORCE BETWEEN MARK ANTHONY A. ONG AND JUNA MARIE C. JAPSON,
Author: Hon. Serafin S. Senajon, Jr. CIVIL CASE NO. 2018-016
MARK ANTHONY A. ONG and JUNA MARIE C. JAPSON-ONG x---------------------------------/ ORDER Before this Court verified joint petition for the approval and registration of the Divorce filed by the petitioners and alleging among others. That petitioners are husband and wife respectively in a marriage performed under Civil rite on June 4, 1988 at Holy Child Cathedral, Philippine Independent Church, Iligan City, both with summons and other legal processes relative to this case at their residents at Barangay LBC, Waltermart Makiling, Calamba, Laguna and Cabili Avenue, Iligan City, respectively; That said marriage did not last long due to lack of love and affection until the relationship manifested incompatibility and sustained misunderstanding between petitioners and reached the point of irreconcilability and they separated for more than eight (8) years now, they decided to separate live physically in bed and board, thereby executed Memorandum of 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 affair’s; Petitioner’s seek judicial decree of divorce, thereby, severing their marriage bond on June 4, 1988 so that they will have free hand to do what a single man or woman could do without marital burdens. Reconciliation between them had already been diligently employed but all proved futile. WHEREFORE, finding this petition to be sufficient in form and substance, set the initial hearing of this case on March 9, 2018 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 newspaper of General Circulation in the City of Iligan once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks at the expense of the petitioners. SO ORDERED. Iligan City, Philippines, this 6th day of February, 2018.
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
(Sgd.) HON. OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge
MDN: Feb 9, 16 & 23, 2018 Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT 4th Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City IN RE: JOINT PETITION TO APPROVE AND REGISTER THE DIVORCE BETWEEN SPOUSES RUEL M. ANGCOT AND HEIDI A. SAHULGA-ANGCOT
CIVIL CASE NO. 2018-015
RUEL M. ANGCOT AND HEIDI A. SAHULGA-ANGCOT, Petitioners. x---------------------------------/ ORDER Before this Court verified joint petition for the approval and registration of the Divorce filed by the petitioners and alleging among others. That petitioners are husband and wife respectively in a marriage performed under Civil rite on August 20, 1996 at Iligan City, both of them can be served with summons and other legal processes relative to this case at their residents at Palao, Iligan City and B5L11 Lawaan Rd., Dona Maria Subd., Bara-as, Iligan City, respectively; That said marriage did not last long due to lack of love and affection until the relationship manifested incompatibility and sustained misunderstanding between petitioners and reached the point of irreconcilability and they separated for more than nine (9) years now, they decided to separate live physically in bed and board, thereby executed Memorandum of 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 affair’s; Petitioner’s seek judicial decree of divorce, thereby, severing their marriage bond on August 20, 1996, so that they will have free hand to do what a single man or woman could do without marital burdens. Reconciliation between them had already been diligently employed but all proved futile. WHEREFORE, finding this petition to be sufficient in form and substance, set the initial hearing of this case on March 9, 2018 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 newspaper of General Circulation in the City of Iligan once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks at the expense of the petitioners. SO ORDERED. Iligan City, Philippines, this 6th day of February, 2018.
MDN: Feb 9, 16 & 23, 2018
(Sgd.) HON. OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge
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. 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
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Interregnum at City Hall, who shall be held liable?
The issuance of the resolution by the Court of Appeals (CA), which reinstalls the dismissed Cagayan De Oro City Mayor Oscar Moreno to his post certainly raises an eyebrow. Just as the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) confirmed the dismissal of Moreno and while the Vice Mayor “Kikang” Uy was already acknowledged as the new city mayor, the CA issued a resolution re-installing Moreno two days after. Well, that is how the judicial system works. After all, the anti-graft cases against Moreno were a simple question of the law. In other words, like the dictum: “There are many ways to skin a cat,” there also a number of ways to
interpret the law. Thus, it is expected that Moreno would exert every possible legal means to regain his lost grounds. For Moreno, being stripped with the mayoral post is worth a fight “an eye for an eye.” Is there any truth to Henry Kissinger’s statement that “power is the ultimate aphrodisiac?” Perhaps, Moreno’s fight to cling to his post is not driven by obsession, but a fight to regain political credibility. When credibility is lost, everything is lost. Yet, Moreno’s ability to keep his head afloat would definitely depend on the perception of the people about himself and his administration. Obviously, any elected public official has been
living as an object of vilification and character assassination. For a politician, becoming an object of ridicule and consternation is what Winston Churchill means when he said that “a politician dies many times in his lifetime.” According to John Steinbeck, “Fear corrupts. Perhaps, the fear of a loss of power.” Obviously, Steinbeck was arguing that “it is the fear of losing power” that drives an obsessed politician to corruption. That is Steinbeck’s opinion. In Moreno case, he was happy that despite his dismissal for two days, the city government’s operations remain normal. In fact, Moreno was fortunate because his Vice Mayor “Kikang” Uy was not ready
to clash with him “head-on.” Amid the bothersome thoughts, some questions the operation of the city government for two days without a City Mayor. Whatever ramification, in those two days, Moreno could not function as City Mayor because he was stripped of his authority as City Mayor. In other words, whatever agreement, orders, and memorandums that Moreno might have issued or signed, dated Feb. 6, 2018, a Tuesday, and Feb. 7, 2018, a Wednesday, could be questioned in court. Indeed, there was an interregnum of ministerial of power at the City Hall See liable, page 11
Kakampi Mo Ang Batas
Quiapo rumble: jail parents for their kid’s unruly conduct
LIFE’S INSPIRATIONS: “… Train the child in the way he should go, and he will never depart from it…” (Proverbs 22:6, the Holy Bible). -oooQUIAPO RUMBLE: JAIL PARENTS FOR THEIR KIDS’ UNRULY CONDUCT: Parents who consent to the wrongdoing of their children are the ones truly at fault for the kids’ resulting wayward behavior, coarse and disrespectful attitude, and sinful mental state and rude language. Parents like these inevitably bring their children to perdition, and to sure death and destruction, whether they care to admit it or not. This was the sorry state of things that some fathers and mothers from Manila manifested in the wee hours of the morning on Thurs-
day, February 08, 2018, when they even had the gall to complain against social welfare officers of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) who rounded up their children while they were in a rumble with other children near the Quiapo Church. Imagine, instead of these parents appreciating the DSWD officials who stopped the kids from hurting other kids and even themselves in the course of that rumble, in a public place yet, foul charges even came out from their mouths, accusing the officials of having allegedly violated the rights of their children. I suggest that, to impose discipline among children, the first ones we should incarcerate, if they
ever cause any trouble, are their parents. -oooPARENTS ARE UNABLE TO DISCIPLINE THEIR CHILDREN BECAUSE THEY HAE NO DISCIPLINE THEMSELVES: If the truth be told, for every child that roams the streets in the dead of the night or in the wee hours of dawn, for every kid that is possessed with courage to engage in a brawl just about anywhere, or cause mischief as if mischief is written in their veins, there is a parent who either failed or refused to do or discharge their parental duties and responsibilities, particularly in instilling in their offspring even the most basic rules on good manners and right conduct. No children would dare
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venture aimlessly into dark and foreboding streets and alleys, on unholy hours yet, or have the boldness to figure in misbehavior by themselves or in the company of other wayward children, if their parents only managed to teach them good manners and right conduct, and healthy fear and sincere love of God, when they were growing up. Unfortunately, the problem of Filipino children today is that, proper discipline was not instilled in their hearts and minds, because their own parents themselves lacked the capacity and the ability to guide and discipline See rumble, page 11
Think A Minute
Ride the Wild Horses
Think a minute. Wild horses are such beautiful, powerful animals. It’s inspiring just to watch them run—fast and free. Yet their great speed and power would be of no use for transportation or anything else to mankind, if they had not been trained. But then, we humans also have tremendous natural power and passion in us. We were not created just to be boring, safe people with no colorful personalities or special abilities. Just the opposite. God made us with all kinds of strong drives, personalities and ambitions to do great things. We just have to control and channel our passions, so we’ll use their power for
our good and the good of those around us. Whether its our ambition for success in our job and career, our natural ability to lead others, or our passion for fun and adventure. You see, God wants us to use the strong drives and desires He gave us to reach our full potential and make a difference in this world, which He made for us to enjoy with Him. Jesus Christ came to set us free to become all we were created to be. He wants to give us the inner strength and self-control we need to fully use the power of our passions. Jesus Himself has strong passions, emotions, and a powerful personality. And
He showed us how to use ours in the right way for the right purpose. Jesus doesn’t want to take all the fun, excitement and passion out of your life. He wants to help you maximize it and live your life to the fullest—through power under control. Jesus doesn’t want to take the fight out of you; He wants you to learn to fight His way for His truth and the right reasons. He wants you to use your anger for the right things, so you’ll be angr y at dishonesty and lying, vicious gossip, religious pride, prejudice, immorality and lack of selfcontrol. You’ll want to stop the abuse of women and children, and all the other
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wrongs that are ruining people’s lives, including your own. So today, why not ask Jesus to take complete control of your character, ambitions, and desires? He’s the only one who can help you train and ride the wild horses of your nature. Then, you can make the most of your natural drives and passions to help both yourself and others enjoy a satisfying, full life. Just Think a Minute.
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The Effects on the Literacy Skills of Kindergarten Pupils of City Central School using Active Learning Strategy By RERA JOSIE MAGHINAY-PACALA
Believing that all of the domains of a child’s development -- physical, social-emotional, cognitive, language and literacy are interrelated and interdependent, the Department of Education implements a type of preschool curriculum that is informal, play-based and activity-oriented that allows children to explore a variety of topics in a comparatively random fashion. The learning experiences are designed to support physical, social, emotional, language and cognitive development (UNESCO, 2006). The preschool program of the country specifically on literacy have a tough stance that the more limited a child’s experiences with language and literacy the more likely he or she will have difficulty learning to read. Cananea (2002) as cited by Caballero (2007) in a study said that in this increasingly complex
and specialized society, it is becoming even more imperative that individuals are capable of reading. The ability to read has become one of the most important factors of success in any fields of society. Today’s early childhood teachers are expected to implement a more challenging and effective curriculum in language and literacy and to assess and document progress in increasingly complex ways. Being part of the public school system as a teacher of preschool education, this researcher have experienced that facilitating learning experiences for preschoolers demand resourcefulness and dispositions to determine what best approaches would bring about learning specifically on literacy. While being immersed in the essence of literacy, it has become a day to day challenge for this researcher to deter-
By Erwel Jhun C. Recta
Soil analysis is a set of various chemical processes that determine the amount of available plant nutrients in the soil and also the chemical, physical, and biological soil properties important for plant nutrition. Soil testing enables you to find out the makeup of your soil and helps you determine how much lime and fertilizer you need to
apply. Chemical soil analysis determines the content of basic plant nutrients; nitogen (N), phosphorus (P205), potassium (K2O), pH, humus, content total CaCO3, available lime, organic matter total sulphur (S), trace elements, and other physical characteristics (capacity, permeability, density, pH-value). The aims of soils analysis are to determine the level of availability of nutrients
mine what strategies and or approaches could draw the children’s learning abilities. That literacy is “not in isolated bits of knowledge but in pupils’ growing ability to use language and literacy in more and broader activities” (Moll, 2004) has also been an adage that this researcher has grown to be very conscious of. To this day, there are no hard fast rules that a teacher could really label as an approach that guarantee effective literacy development for children, except in situations where one could get evidences of learning. It is in this context that this action research was initially conceptualized: exploring strategies that works best to promote preschoolers’ literacy. Consistently pursuing this concern with enthusiasm, two approaches were conceptualized which this teacher believes would improve the literacy skills of her pupils.
NGCP to ink bilateral deal with DICT for NBP at no cost
The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines has affirmed its support to the Duterte administration’s initiative for the National Broadband Plan (NBP) by allowing the free use of its
dark fiber network. NGCP runs a network of dark fiber cables inherent to its transmission grid communication system. The fiber optic system runs along its power transmission
backbone which stretches all over the country’s three main islands. “Contrary to some reports, NGCP has always been willing and eager to See ink, page 11
Technology in an Early Childhood Classroom By Ma. Flordeliz F. Eran
Technology is a comprehensive part of children’s lives. It is transparent. Most homes have connected computers or Internet-enabled devices. As prices of technology drop, computers and digital devices may replace television as we know it. Technology has revolutionized the way we think, work, and play. Technology, when integrated into the curriculum, revolutionizes the learning process. More and more studies show that technology integration in the curriculum
improves students’ learning processes and outcomes. Teachers who recognize computers as problem-solving tools change the way they teach. Use of technology in the early childhood classroom must not be a goal unto itself: the purpose is not to teach children how to use computers; but how are they going to utilized it in a productive way. Appropriate use of technology in the classroom is to expand, enrich, implement, individualize, differentiate, and extend the overall curriculum. And, obviously, curricula goals
change with age, and differ from program to program. To fully integrate computers into the curriculum teachers should take the goals of the curriculum and find ways these can be implemented. In most early childhood programs and schools, technology will be part of the learning landscape of the future. To make sure this new technology is used effectively, we must assure that teachers are fully trained and supported, and that the programs and Internet sites used are developmentally appropriate.
or need for its introduction; To predict the increase in yields and profitability of fertilization (poor soil do not always provide yield increase due to fertilization because of possible limiting factors),To provide the basis for calculating the required fertilizing of each crop, to evaluate the status (supply) of each nutrient element and simultaneously determine the compensation plan (nutrient management).
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PH, Turkey discuss possible partnership for Marawi rehab By Kris Crismundo
MANILA -- The Philippine and Turkish governments have discussed a possible partnership to support the rehabilitation in Marawi City. The discussion took place during the first Joint Committee on Trade, Economic, and Technical Cooperation (JCTEC) between the Philippines and Turkey in Ankara, Turkey. The JTEC meet was from Feb. 5 to 6.
In a statement Wednesday, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) said Turkey could assist the Philippines in efforts to revive the former war zone Marawi, as the majority of the population of Turkey are Muslims. Turkey can provide assistance on rolling out Islamic financing for micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) affected by the clashes between government troops and terror group Maute. The clashes lasted for five months last year.
The Philippines and Turkey likewise aim to pursue a study identifying which industries can be put up in Mindanao, with the help of the businesses from both countries that will create more jobs in the region, particularly in Marawi. Moreover, the dialogue between the Philippine and Turkish governments covers strengthening trade, investment promotions, and agriculture. “The Philippines is committed to pursuing several
growth opportunities by strengthening partnerships with emerging economic partners like Turkey,” said DTI Secretary Ramon Lopez, who led the delegation to Ankara. Lopez met with Turkish National Defense Minister Nurettin Canikli, who was designated to represent the Turkish government for the first JCTEC with the Philippines. According to DTI, various areas that were discussed include cooperation
on MSMEs; manufacturing such as textiles and garments, pharmaceuticals; agri-processing for mango, coconut, and banana; hotels and tourism; infrastructure; air services; customs; energy; science and technology; education; standardization; film and creatives; defense; and contracting and consultancy services. Lopez noted that the Philippine exports to Turkey were currently limited to desiccated coconut, personal care products, electronics,
and tires. “During our discussions, we noticed that there are opportunities for our Philippine exporters -whether manufactured goods or services - to further tap the Turkish market,” the trade chief said. “Engaging with Turkey is in line with the thrust of President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration to engage with non-traditional trading partners to reinvigorate ties and increase trade between both countries,” he added. (PNA)
ASEAN united on KSCIP initiative
SINGAPORE -- All 10 ASEAN countries have agreed with the King Salman Center for International Peace (KSCIP) initiative, said Malaysian Defense Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein. “I will bring it up to Saudi Arabia,” he told Malaysian media on the sidelines of the Singapore Airshow 2018 here today. “I believe we are on a good platform. Whether it is successful or not depends on how we convince our people.” “And if we allow Daesh to flourish, I’m afraid it cannot be controlled later,” he said. The King Salman Center for International Peace aims to rectify the perception of the international community towards Islam commenced operations in Malaysia May last year. The center works closely with the Global Center for Combating Extremist Ideology (GCCEI) launched by Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud and United States president Donald Trump in Riyadh
last year. Hishammuddin arrived here Monday to attend the ASEAN Defense Ministers’ Retreat held in conjunction with the Singapore Airshow 2018. Singapore currently holds the ASEAN Chairmanship. Hishammuddin described the ties between ASEAN Defense Ministers as very close. “We have the opportunity to discuss matters relating to terrorism, especially on Daesh in Asia,” he said. Hishammuddin also said the same matter was discussed by ASEAN Defence Ministers during a meeting with Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. “Malaysia emphasizes on counter-narrative and counter-ideology via the KSCIP initiative. It is for peace. It emphasizes soft power.” “The military approach is not sufficient,” he added. As part of the Retreat pro- Philippine Veterans Branch unveiled its newly renovated Olongapo City branch to serve its clients in the Zambales gram, Hishammuddin to- area. Present at the ribbon cutting are (from left) Veterans Bank president and COO Nonilo C. Cruz; former Olongether with the ASEAN gapo City vice mayor Cynthia Cajudo; Zambales Vice Governor Angel Magsaysay; Olongapo Councilor Winnie Ortiz; See united, page 11
Olongapo Mayor Rolen Paulino; and Castillejos, Zambales Mayor Jose Angelo Dominguez.
PH to lay out blue carbon roadmap to preserve marine life By Catherine Teves
MANILA -- A multi-agency technical working group is set to lay out a Philippine roadmap for blue carbon control, according to an official of the state-run Climate Change Commission (CCC). “The roadmap will identify measures for dealing with blue carbon,” said CCC development management officer Seal Patiño.
Blue carbon is carbon captured by and stored in coastal and marine ecosystems worldwide. Among those ecosystems are mangroves, which provide shoreline protection and other benefits. Mangroves are groups of trees and shrubs in intertidal zones or areas exposed to the air at low tide and submerged during high tide, noted experts. Captured carbon that
accumulated within the ecosystems was stored in stems and other parts of plants there, they said. When coastal and marine ecosystems are either degraded or lost, however, they said such carbon escapes and returns to the atmosphere as carbon dioxide (CO2). CO2 is among greenhouse gases trapping heat in the atmosphere, raising the temperature, and so, climate change results.
Experts already identified the Philippines as one of the countries most vulnerable to climate change. Studies indicate the country is losing its capability to naturally help capture and store blue carbon. Such studies warn that human activities like land conversion for aquaculture and other purposes have already altered much of the country’s mangroves. Those activities helped
reduce by more than half the estimated 500,000 hectares of mangroves that existed nationwide during the early 20th century, the studies noted. Earlier, CCC Commissioner Noel Gaerlan raised the urgency for better conserving, protecting, and sustainably managing coastal and marine ecosystems nationwide. “Climate change is a real See carbon, page 11
Tourism still a ‘strong pillar’ of PH-Israel ties By Joyce Ann L. Rocamora
MANILA -- With more Filipinos visiting the Holy Land last year, Israel Ambassador to the Philippines Effie Ben Matityau said tourism proved to be a “strong pillar” of Philippine-Israel bilateral relationship. “Israel is the promised land and the land of many See tourism, page 11
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Balutan: Atong Ang’s P200M offer not new
P hilippine C h a r i t y Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) General Manager Alexander Balutan on Wednesday said the P200-million offer made by gambling lord
before the Senate hearing. “I wasn’t given enough time to air my side. I was consistently being cut off,” said Balutan in connection with the statement of Sen. Panfilo Lacson on why he failed to mention the offer in the Jan. 24 Senate hearing. “We will ask [Balutan] to clarify in the next hearing. It looks like the story on the P200 million has
Charlie “Atong” Ang to operate the Small Town Lottery (STL) nationwide was not new as the issue had been reported many times to the media even
TEACHER’S REFLECTION By RERA JOSIE MAGHINAY-PACALA
Being innovative is about looking beyond what we currently do well identifying that great ideas of tomorrow and putting them into practice. Innovate is for educators who are trying new ways of doing things in their learning environments whether in an early childhood setting, a school or in further education or training. –education Victoria governmentExperience is the best teacher that widens the understanding on how to become an effective educator to his/her pupils. As what Benjamin Franklin would believed; “Tell me and I will forget, show me and I will remember. Involve me and I will understand”. Each and every pupil is unique in different kinds of way that is why there are a lot of theories and strategies to apply through their learning development. Further, they will grow and never stop learning what they will discover and appreciate the true meaning of education. Maria Montessori cited that we discovered education is not something which the teacher does but that it is a natural process which develops spontaneously in the human being. It is not acquired by listening to words but in virtue of experience in which the child acts on his environment. The teacher’s task is not to talk, but to prepare and arrange series of motives for cultural activity in a special environment made for children. It will bring great impact if all of us must work together to make a higher step to improve more the different learning outcomes for our pupils. This is already a change that can make a difference for our pupils in the present and future. Administrators’ and educators must not waste the effort of the people that work hard with the different innovative program because they have trusted us in our hands by molding these pupils for their safety and success to grow by learning their own profession. All of us can make a difference to achieve our goal as a Professional Educator for our pupils future. RA Form No. 8.1 (LCRO) Republic of the Philippines Province of Bukidnon Municipality of Talakag OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL CIVIL REGISTRAR NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with the publication requirements and pursuant to OCRG Memorandum Circular No. 2013-1, Guidelines in the Implementation of the Administrative Order No. 1, Series of 2012 (IRR of RA 10172). Notice is hereby served to the public that ABEGAIL MENDEZ DUMAOG has filed with this Office, a petition for clerical error in Gender from MALE to FEMALE in her certificate of live birth of ABEGAIL MENDEZ DUMAOG who was born on AUGUST 11, 1995 whose parents are BENJAMIN COMARCO DUMAOG and BEVELYN AMORA MENDEZ. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than FEBRUARY 15, 2018.
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Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT OF LANAO DEL SUR 12TH Judicial Region Branch 10 Hall of Justice, Baungon, Marawi City IN THE MATTER OF CORRECTION OF SPL PROC. ML-60-2017 ENTRIES IN THE CERTIFICATE OF LIVE BIRTH OF MR. MOHAMMAD HAROUN M. DICALI MOHAMMAD HAROUN M. DICALI, Petitioner. -versusRAWIA N. PANGADAPUN, IN HER CAPACITY AS CIVIL REGISTRAR OF MARAWI CITY, LANAO DEL SUR AND ALL PERSONS/ENTITIES WHO MAY BE AFFECTED THEREBY, x--------------------------/
ORDER Before this Court is a verified petition for correction of entries in the certificate of live birth of MOHAMMAD HAROUN M. DICALI dated September 14, 2017, and which reads in part: 1. Petitioner is of legal age, Filipino, married, and a resident of 41 Lumbac Madaya, Marawi City, Lanao del Sur, now temporarily living at Door 7, Rakiin Apartment, Milestone Extension, Bagong Silang, Iligan City where he may be temporarily be served with legal orders of this Honorable Court; whereas Respondent Civil Registrar of Marawi City is a public officer in charge of the registration and correction of entries in the Civil Registrar where the fact of birth of Petitioner was registered, which registrar holds office at City Civil Registrars Office, City Hall Complex, Bangon, Marawi City, now temporarily holding office at City Government of Marawi Satellite Office, 3rd floor, JDM Building (Yamaha Bldg.), Tubod highway, Iligan City where she may be served legal orders of this Honorable Court; 2. Petitioner was born on August 8, 1986 at Lumbac Madaya, Marawi City. After petitioner is his younger sister, Sittie Ayeesha M. Dicali, who was born on July 26, 1988. However, it was only in the year 1989 when the Certificates of Live Birth of both Petitioner and younger sister Sittie Ayeesha M. Dicali were belatedly filed by their mother, Roselaine D. Macapundag (Copy of Certificates of Live Birth of Petitioner Mohammad Haroun M. Dicali and younger sister Sittie Ayeesha M. Dicali are herein attached and marked as Annexes 1 and 2, respectively). Next to Sittie Ayeesha is Mahid M. Dicali who was born February 28, 1990; 3. Petitioner all throughout his life confidently presents himself as one born on August 8, 1986 in all his pertinent records and this was widely known to his family, friends and relatives. Petitioner indicated that he was born on August 8, 1986, to wit: 3-a. On March 30, 2012, Petitioner graduated and was conferred a degree of Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at St. Peter College, Iligan City. His School Transcript of Recods clearly indicates “Birth Date: August 08, 1986” (Copy of School Transcript of Records is herein attached and marked as Annex 3 with sub markings as Annex 3-A and 3-B); 3-b. Petitioner thereafter took the Civil Engineering Professional Board Examinations and on the same year of 2012 hurdled and passed the same. His Professional License again clearly indicates his habitual representation of his date of birth as August 9, 1986 as shown in his PRC License “8/8/1986” (Copy of Professional Identification Card is herein attached and marked as Annexes 4 with sub markings as Annexes 4-A and 4-B); 3-c. Petitioner immediately secured a Philippine Passport and was issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) on January 11, 2013 which passport was valid until January 10, 2018. Thereafter on the same year of 2013, Petitioner worked as Engineer Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) at the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and recently ended his contract early 2017. While working as Filipino OFW, he was a member of the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation and was issued a PhilHealth Identification Card indicating him to be born on August 8, 1986 ( Copy of Philhealth ID is herein attached and marked as Annex 5 with sub markings Annexes 5-A and 5-B); 3-d. When Marawi Siege erupted on May 23, 2017, Petitioner and his family fought their way out of Marawi as their house was located in the ground zero. It was only on May 25, 2017, when Petitioner and his family found safety and comfort upon reaching Iligan City. Petitioner now regains strength to work again as Engineer OFW, this time to the State of Qatar, to join his wife. However, Petitioner realized that he has lost his pertinent documents in Marawi including his passport. He had to re-secure almost all of his documents as they were needed for his application for work abroad. He secured a clearance from the National Bureau of Investigation and their indicated his date of birth as August 8, 1986 (Copy of NBI Clearance is herein attached and marked as Annex 6 with sub markings as Annexes 6-A and 6-B); 4. Petitioner recently applied for the re-insurance and renewal of his Philippine Passport. This time, DFA DENIED Petitioner’s application due to clear and obvious typographical error in the entry of his DATE OF BIRTH in his Certificate of Live Birth. It came to be discovered a new that his Certificate of Live Birth contains three different year of birth, to wit: a) first part of the Certificate of Live Birth which shows “8 August 1986”- although at first glance would seem unclear but upon timely observation would be concluded as “8 August 1986” (see Annex 1-A), b) second part filled up by the Office of the Local Civil Registrar indicates “08 08 88”- that would seem to mean August 8, 1988 (see Annex 1-B) and lastly c) at the second page “Affidavit for Delayed Registration of Birth” indicates “August 8, 1989” another typographical error (see Annex 1-C). This inconsistency was felt by DFA as enough grounds to deny Petitioner’s Passport application and required him to rectify his Certificate of Live Birth first. Hence, this petition. 5. It is difficult to conceive and calculate to believe as it is impossible that Petitioner was born on August 8, 1988, being an older brother of his sister Sittie Ayeesha M. Dicali who was born on July 26, 1988 (see Annex 2-B). It is likewise difficult to believe as it is impossible that petitioner was born on August 8, 1989. It must be noted that next in line to Sittie Ayeesha in the siblings is Mahid M. Dicali who was born on February 28, 1990-that is almost six months difference; 6. Further, Petitioner Mohammad Haroun M. Dicali has represented himself since the time as memory would permit that he is, was made known to be and well known to have been born on August 8, 1986’ 7. It is in the interest of consistency and coherence of Petitioner’s records in the line with the honest and truthful representation of Petitioner’s age that his Certificate of Live Birth. Finding the aforesaid petition to be sufficient in form and substance, it is hereby ordered that the same be set for hearing before this Court on FEBRUARY 8, 2017 at 8:30 o’clock in the morning. Let a copy of this Order be published at the expense of the petitioner in a newspaper of general circulation in Lanao del Sur or Marawi City or Iligan City for three (3) consecutive weeks. The Local Civil Registrar of Marawi City and the Civil Registrar General, or any person or party who has interest in the petition, may file his/her opposition thereto within fifteen (15) days from notice of this Petition or from the last day of publication of this Order. Further, let this Order be posted for fifteen (15) days prior to the date of hearing in the Bulletin Board of the Local Civil Registrar of Marawi City and the Bulletin Board of this Court, at the expenses of the petitioner. The petitioner is directed to notify this Court of the publication of this Order not later than three (3) days before March 7, 2017. Furnish copies of this Order, together with the copies of the petition to the Local Civil Registrar of Marawi City, the Hon. Solicitor General, Makati City; and the Hon. Civil Registrar General, Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), Sta. Mesa, Manila. SO ORDERED. Iligan City (for Marawi City), Philippines. November 27, 2017.
been twisted. Now, it’s bribe money,” said Lacson who chairs the Committee on Games and Amusement. Lacson told this to the reporters after Balutan reiterated during the House Committee on Games and
Amusement hearing that Ang, who was then accompanied by Cam, went to his office on September 14, 2016 and offered P200 million monthly in exchange of operating STL
Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the deceased SEGUNDINA AGBON who died long time ago who left no will and testament and debts to any persons and left several parcels of land including this parcel of land located at Pandan, Mambajao, Camiguin Province, bearing tax declaration no. 04001114369, denominated as Lot No. 2911 consisting an area of 4,304 sq. meters, SOLD PORTION: LOT NO.2911-G-1 with an area of 194 square meters; Is the subject of EXTRA-JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE OF A PORTION OF LAND; this Extrajudicial Settlement is entered into by TRINIDAD E. CABEGUIN, BERNABE E. CABEGUIN, JR., LIEZEL E. CABEGUIN, ESTER E. CABEGUIN, all of legal ages, Filipino citizen, and residents of Pandan, Mambajao, Camiguin; That for and in consideration of the sum of THIRTY FIVE THOUSAND PESOS ONLY (Php 35,000.00) Philippine currency, to us in hand paid with our entire satisfaction from REMY R. SALAGATIN, likewise of legal age, Filipino citizen, single and a resident of Pandan, Mambajao, Camiguin Province. I do hereby SELL, CEDE, CONVEY AND TRANSFER absolutely forever unto said REMY R. SALAGATIN, his heirs and assigns; Under Notary Public of Atty. Vito M. Carillo; as Per Doc. No. 420; Page No. 55; Book No. 85; Series of 2015.
Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the deceased SEGUNDINA AGBON who died long time ago who left no will and testament and debts to any persons and left several parcels of land including this parcel of land located at Pandan, Mambajao, Camiguin Province, bearing tax declaration no. 04001114369, denominated as Lot No. 2911 consisting an area of 4,304 sq. meters, SOLD PORTION: LOT NO.2911-G-2 with an area of 194 square meters; Is the subject of EXTRA-JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE OF A PORTION OF LAND; this Extrajudicial Settlement is entered into by TRINIDAD E. CABEGUIN, BERNABE E. CABEGUIN, JR., LIEZEL E. CABEGUIN, ESTER E. CABEGUIN, all of legal ages, Filipino citizen, and residents of Pandan, Mambajao, Camiguin; That for and in consideration of the sum of THIRTY FIVE THOUSAND PESOS ONLY (Php 35,000.00) Philippine currency, to us in hand paid with our entire satisfaction from JOEY R. SALAGATIN, likewise of legal age, Filipino citizen, single and a resident of Pandan, Mambajao, Camiguin Province. I do hereby SELL, CEDE, CONVEY AND TRANSFER absolutely forever unto said JOEY R. SALAGATIN, his heirs and assigns; Under Notary Public of Atty. Vito M. Carillo; as Per Doc. No. 419; Page No. 55; Book No. 85; Series of 2015.
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Villagers leave home due to NPA harassment
DAVAO CITY – Hundreds of residents in a remote village in Maragusan town left their homes after they were allegedly harassed by members of the New People’s Army (NPA) in exchange for food. About 1,000 residents of Sitio Kawyapi, Barangay Langgawisan in Maragusan, started to evacuate on Tuesday afternoon following the arrival of the NPA in the area. The lawless elements were forcing residents to give them food. The people evacuated to nearby Barangay Talian of Maragusan as of posting time. In a sketchy report, the residents in the area were used by the NPA as human shield against the operating troops of a 66th infantry battalion. Lt. Col. Palmer Parungao, the commander of 66th Infantry battalion, however, clarified that the residents were not being hostage by the rebels as reported earlier. “Tanghali dumating yung NPA so nagtakbuhan yung mga tao. Galing Manay, Davao Oriental tapos pagpunta nila doon may hinahanap sila kaya natakot yung mga resident. Nag fo-force
na maghingi ng pagkain may iba nag sira ng bahay (The NPA arrived noon so the people ran away. They (NPA) came from Manay, Davao Oriental and when they arrived there they were looking for someone so the people were afraid. They were forcing people for food while others were destroying houses),” Parungao said. But Parungao said the NPA members had no intention to hostage and “we do not want to attack them because there are still (civilian) people in the community,” Parungao said. Parungao could not determine the number of armed men holding in the area but they belong to Guerilla front 15 and Pulang Bagani Company (PBC) 8 of the NPA. According to Parungao, the incident proves the people do not support the rebel groups already. He said the people used to support the NPA. For now, the Maragusan LGU and other agencies are providing the needs of the evacuees. Parungao said the 66th IB had provided additional forces near the area to secure the community. (Rhoda Grace Saron/PNA)
February 9, 2018
NFA admits rice supply cut sold in Davao market DAVAO C I T Y - - T h e National Food Authority (NFA) on Wednesday admitted to have limited the selling of NFA rice in Davao City markets due to low inventory. NFA Davao City Manager Leonila Selpa bared that their warehouses only have 35,929 bags of rice as of Wednesday that would be enough to last until the next delivery of stocks. “In our inventory, our stocks are dwindling,” she said. Selpa said the NFA was implementing the fixed scheme of distribution every week unlike before that even during the low supply season they could give many sacks of rice to the retailers depending on their capitalization. She said the NFA gives
40 bags to some institutional agencies, the major market retailers with 30 bags while 20 bags for the minor retailers. Retailers outside of the market are given 10 bags and the Bigasan sa Parokya Outlet or church-based retailers are now given also 10 bags. In Davao City, there are 210 total accredited retailers, 131 of them are outside the market, 66 retailers in the market while 13 are church-based retailers. “We are trying to stretch it so that the NFA rice is still visible and accessible in the markets to serve the poorest of the poor,” she said. Selpa, however, clarified that there was no rice shortage in the city since there was still NFA rice available in the markets.
“There are other regions already stopped selling NFA rice because of low inventory,” she said. Selpa said the NFA also wanted to retain buffer stocks that would be used for an emergency in case of calamity. “We give priority to relief operations and supplemental feeding programs,” she said. She said the office prioritizes the supplies for the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP), Disaster Risk Reduction Management Offices (DRRMO) and Local Government Units. According to her, the NFA General Manager Jason Aquino is recommending to the NFA coun-
cil for the importation to replenish the rice supply. She said it might take a long time since it would undergo bidding process before purchasing of new rice supply in the country. (Armando Fenequito Jr/ PNA)
Positivity and negativity of tillage By Erwel Jhun C. Recta
Tillage is the agricultural preparation of soil by mechanical agitation of various types, such as digging, stirring, and overturning. Tillage is often classified into two types, primary and secondary. There is no strict boundary between them so much as a loose distinction between tillage that is deeper and more thorough (primary) and tillage that is shallower and sometimes more selective of location (secondary). Primary tillage such as plowing tends to produce a rough surface finish, whereas secondary tillage tends to produce a smoother surface finish, such as that required to make a seedbed for many crops. Harrowing and rototilling
often combine primary and secondary tillage into one operation. Tillage can be positive or negative, during tillage it loosen and aerates the top layer of soil or horizon, helps mix harvest residue, organic matter (humus), and nutrients evenly into the soil and mechanically destroy weeds. But during the tillage, soil loses a lot of nutrients, like nitrogen and fertilizer, and its ability to store water decreases the water infiltration rate of soil as results in more runoff and erosion. Tilling the soil results in dislodging the cohesiveness of the soil particles thereby inducing erosion, chemical runoff and reduces organic matter in the soil.
AID TO INMATES. The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and the Davao Del sur Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office distribute vanity kits to 26 female inmates at the Provincial Rehabilitation Center, Provincial Capitol, Digos City as part of the DSWD Crisis Intervention Unit (CIU) Community Outreach Program. An orientation on the DSWD-CIU was presented to the inmates prior to actual distribution. DSWD workers are assisted here by Provincial Warden Dominic Bucol. (DSWD)
READING AND STORYTELLING By NINO JAN P. PACALA
According to Raising Children Network Reading aloud and sharing stories with your child is a great way to spend time together. Reading and storytelling also helps promote language, literacy and brain development. As a teacher indeed reading a story is an important aspect of each child. This would enhance, create and imagine their own story and embrace new kind of words.
Why reading is important for babies and young children Sharing stories, talking and singing every day helps your child’s development in lots of ways. Reading and sharing stories can: • help your child become familiar with sounds, words, language and the value of books • spark your child’s imagination, stimulate curiosity and help his brain development • help your child learn
the difference between ‘real’ and ‘make-believe’ • help your child understand change and new or frightening events, and also the strong emotions that can go along with them • help your child develop early literacy skills like the ability to listen to and understand words. Sharing stories with your child doesn’t mean you have to read. Just by looking at books with your child, you can be a great storyteller and a good model for using
language and books. Your child will learn by watching you hold a book the right way and seeing how you move through the book by gently turning the pages. Reading stories with children has benefits for grown-ups too. The special time you spend reading together promotes bonding and helps to build your relationship. This is important for your child’s developing social and communication skills.
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Importance of Teaching Reading By Aradilla, Fatima Joy R.
Reading is the primary avenue to knowledge. To advance knowledge, one must forever learn more, study more and reason more. It is the most important task of learning and all lessons in school need reading. Reading is considered an important tool in the acquisition of the basic fundamental subjects (Orget, 1986). When a student is handicapped in reading, it is difficult for him/her to acquire the basic knowledge. With all the fully established definitions about reading, how important really is reading to a person? Is there really Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING & REGULATORY BOARD Regional Office No.10, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City PHYLLIS MARIE BURDEOS JIMENEZ Applicant/s
CASE NO. R10-NC-PA-TH 2018-01-257
a need in teaching reading? How can teacher guide their teaching reading process? There are factors that contribute on why students cannot understand what they read. First, students may not be able to read the text or they may understand the words and sentences but fail to understand the words and sentences and fail to understand the relationships between the sentences and the meaning of the text. Second, the reader may lack the necessary knowledge regarding the topic. Last but not the least; the readers may lack reading strategies to overcome challenges
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NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT(s)/PETITIONER(s) request/s authority To extend the validity of Certificate of Public Convenience with Amendment of Route to operate TH FREIGHT service on the line ;Within Cagayan de Oro City and from said place to any point in the Island of Mindanao accessible to motor vehicle traffic and vice versa with the use of FIVE(5)units. This application/petition shall be considered by this Board on February 22, 2018, at 2;45 P.M. at this Board on which date Applicant/ (s) Petitioner(s) shall formally submit his/her/ their evidence. The Applicant(s)Petitioner (s)shall publish said notice at least TEN(10) days prior to the date of hearing in a daily newspaper of general circulation in the Mindanao Island. Party(ies)opposed to the approval /granting of the application /petition must file his/her/their written opposition with supporting documents, unless this Board deems it necessary to required additional documentary evidence and /or his/ her/their oral testimony(ies). N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN THE DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/PETITION. Issued this 7TH day of February 2018 at Cagayan de Oro City Philippines. (Sgd.) AMINODEN D. GURO Regional Director
CASE NO. R10-EV-MR-TH 2018-01-153
Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING & REGULATORY BOARD Regional Office No.10, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City MARYCEL M. BOHAWE Applicant/s
CASE NO. R10-NC-PA-TH 2018-01-312
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APPLICANT(s)/PETITIONER(s) request/s authority To extend the validity of Certificate of Public Convenience with amendment of route to operate TH FREIGHT service on the line ;Within Cagayan de Oro City and from said place to any point in the Island of Mindanao accessible to motor vehicle traffic and vice versa with the use of one(1)units. This application/petition shall be considered by this Board on February 22, 2018 at 2; 00 P.M. at this Board on which date Applicant/ (s) Petitioner(s) shall formally submit his/her/ their evidence. The Applicant(s)Petitioner (s)shall publish said notice at least TEN(10) days prior to the date of hearing in a daily newspaper of general circulation in the Mindanao Island. Party(ies)opposed to the approval /granting of the application /petition must file his/her/their written opposition with supporting documents, unless this Board deems it necessary to required additional documentary evidence and /or his/ her/their oral testimony(ies). N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN THE DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/PETITION. Issued this 7TH day of February 2018 at Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines.
APPLICANT(s)/PETITIONER(s) request/s authority For issuance of Certificate of Public Convenience to operate TH FREIGHTTRUCK service along the line;Within Cagayan de Oro City and from said place to any point in the Island of Mindanao accessible to any motor vehicle traffic and vice versa with the use of two(2)units. This application/petition shall be considered by this Board on February 22, 2018 at 10;00 A.M. at this Board on which date Applicant/ (s) Petitioner(s) shall formally submit his/her/ their evidence. The Applicant(s)Petitioner (s)shall publish said notice at least TEN(10) days prior to the date of hearing in a daily newspaper of general circulation in the Mindanao Island. Party(ies)opposed to the approval /granting of the application /petition must file his/her/their written opposition with supporting documents, unless this Board deems it necessary to required additional documentary evidence and /or his/ her/their oral testimony(ies). N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN THE DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/PETITION. Issued this 25TH day of January 2018, Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines.
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February 8, 2018
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typically lecture the texts and evaluate the students understanding and retention based on facts and principles which were conveyed during the lecture or discussion. There are factors that could affect the reading c ompre h e ns i on w h i ch needs to be assessed and improved for the benefit of the reader. Teachers could help the poor readers overcome difficulties faced during reading. The teacher is the one who will super vise and aid the students to improve their reading performance through proper and effective teaching reading strategies where students could apply it in ever y activity and when facing difficult reading contents.
CASE NO. R10-EV-MR-TH 2018-01-291
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are two (2) approaches to reading: surface approach and deep approach. Surface approach to reading is the acceptance of the information only based on the text. In other words, it is isolated and only revolves on the text without linking it on other facts. On the other hand, deep approach to reading is an approach that leads to use high-order cognitive skills and use the ability to analyze, evaluate, synthesize, solve problems, and think critically in order to draw meanings from the author and construct meaning from the text. According to Biggs (1998), research studies show that most university students take a surface approach to reading and learning. This occurs because teachers
Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING & REGULATORY BOARD Regional Office No.10, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City
APPLICANT(s)/PETITIONER(s) request/s authority For the Issuance of Certificate of Public Convenience to operate TH FREIGHT service on the line ;Within Cagayan de Oro City and from said place to any point in the Island of Mindanao accessible to motor vehicle traffic and vice versa with the use of two(2)units. This application/petition shall be considered by this Board on February 22, 2018, at 2;45 P.M. at this Board on which date Applicant/ (s) Petitioner(s) shall formally submit his/her/ their evidence. The Applicant(s)Petitioner (s)shall publish said notice at least TEN (10) DAYS prior to the date of hearing in a daily newspaper of general circulation in the Mindanao Island. Party(ies)opposed to the approval /granting of the application /petition must file his/her/their written opposition with supporting documents, unless this Board deems it necessary to required additional documentary evidence and /or his/ her/their oral testimony(ies). N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN THE DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/PETITION. Issued this 7TH day of February 2018 at Cagayan de Oro City,Philippines. (Sgd.) AMINODEN D. GURO Regional Director
on reading. There are two knowledge to understand how the words come together; world knowledge and domain knowledge. World knowledge is helpful to understand the genres such as narratives and novels. Domain knowledge refers to knowledge about the topic of the text and how such knowledge works on that specific domain or field. It is needed to understand the topics and terms related to science, history, math, and etc. There are two processes in reading and learning: top-down process and bottom-up process. According to Carell and Eisterhold, bottom-up and top-down processing occurs
simultaneously at all levels. It is said to be that topdown processing facilitates the consistent assimilation with that of the reader’s conceptual expectations. Bottom-up processing then guarantees that the readers will be sensitive to information about the content or structure of the text. There are also 2 types of reading: extensive reading and intensive reading. Extensive reading is exposing the learners to large quantities or long material that is meaningful and interesting. Some refer extensive reading as ‘skimming and scanning activities’. Intensive reading is exposing the learners to short texts to discover the meaning and to be accustomed with writing mechanisms. There
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To have a happy life, come to God The Gospel of Jesus Christ (February9, 2018- Friday) Luke 19:45-48-And he went into the temple, and began to cast out them that sold therein, and them that bought; Saying unto them, It is written, My house is the house of prayer: but ye have made it a den of thieves. And he taught
daily in the temple. But the chief priests and the scribes and the chief of the people sought to destroy him, and could not find what they might do: for all the people were very attentive to hear him. Sometimes we blame God but actually, it is our faults to be sick. Proverbs 19:3”The foolishness of
MY FAMILY IS MORE PRECIOUS THAN ANYTHING ELSE
By LEONIE R. DULALAS T-3 Initao Central School
Filipino family’s tradition is to be together more than anything else. This includes father, mother, sisters, brothers, grandparents, cousins, aunties, uncles, niece, nephews and grandchildren. Being together they laughed and shared those happy and sad moments in their life. It is known worldwide that Filipino have a strong family ties. Always a code that within the idea of “family first” before doing other things. They help each other towards alleviating the status of the family up. Parents and their children help each other in their whole household chores, they respect each other and listen to advices. So they grow up following this tradition and handed from generation to
generation. After studying of the older children then, they already have their own jobs, they help their younger siblings to finished their studies. And as their parents grow older, it becomes the duties of the children to take care of them, including their grandparents. Unlike the practices of the Westerners and Europeans people wherein they place their older family members in a nursing home or home for the aged. So many Filipinos are hired abroad as caregivers because of this tradition. Filipinos are known as the happiest people in the world. Even amidst poverty and hardships they still have a sweet smile. They are known also as warm and hospitable in accepting their visitors at home. This is a golden traits of every Filipinos.
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man ruins his way, and his heart rages against the LORD.Take note, Jesus was a daily worshipper to God. According to Proverbs 8:34-”Blessed is the man who listens to me, watching daily at my gates, waiting at my doorposts. Therefore, come to God always for you to be happy. To come to God daily at his temple
is looking backward to the followers of Jesus in the past. In Acts2:44-46” they gathered daily at the temple and ate the body of Jesus through the Eucharist or breaking of the bread. This is not followed by the majority since we come to the mass every Sunday only. If this is practice by the people, we can expect
more good people. We could not deny the fact that people are good once they can worship God but later on, it will expire. This means that individual should be nourished every now and then in order to make him feel good. To have a happy life, come to God daily. Bro. Edcel L. Closas Come to him regularly or else make it as a habit to come to God.
WHAT IS AN INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL? By NINO JAN P. PACALA
Instructional materials are kind of tools or equipment can help effectively the teacher in her classroom activities. Any materials or tool used to aid or give instruction. According to Angela Janovsky Every teacher needs supplies and resources in order to have a successful classroom. Instructional materials are the tools used in educational lessons, which includes active learning and assessment. These are also creative tools in helping how to captivate the learning development of each child. There are many types of instructional materials, namely: Traditional Resources Traditional resources in-
clude any textbooks and workbooks used in the classroom. For example, language arts classrooms almost always have literature textbooks, writing textbooks, and even vocabulary and spelling workbooks. In addition to these, traditional resources also include any supplemental reading material, like novels or poems outside of the textbook. The most important aspect is to make sure you choose material within the resource that appropriately relates to your learning objective. Most textbooks and workbooks have already been designed to align with certain educational standards and are therefore very reliable in regards to addressing classroom goals. Still, it is important to be sure to choose material within the textbooks
that matches your specific learning objective. Graphic Organizers A second type of instructional material is the graphic organizer, which is any type of visual representation of information. Diagrams, charts, tables, flow charts, and graphs are all examples of graphic organizers. All of these graphic organizers allow students to physically see relationships between ideas. This is imperative for learning, especially for students who are more visually oriented. Seeing a clear relationship is always easier than an abstract idea in your mind. To evaluate your graphic organizers, the most important aspect is to make sure they support learning and are not merely creative distractions.
Some materials can be very fun and interesting, but if they do not support learning, they should not be included in your lesson. Teacher-Made Resources A last type of instructional material comprises any teacher-made resources. These include anything the teacher creates, like handouts, worksheets, tests, quizzes, and projects. Many of these are used for assessment in the classroom, which is determining the level of learning on any given topic. For instance, different handouts or worksheets can be used throughout a unit to see which students are getting it and which students are struggling. Everything a teacher creates must be a true assessment of the learning objectives.
The Theory of Multiple Intelligences By Ma. Flordeliz F. Eran
Any educator will tell you that no two children think and learn the same way, and all have experienced how it is sometimes necessary to present information in a completely different light to reach some students. The theory of multiple intelligences confirms these empirical experiences and can provide educators with a
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framework and tools that will allow them to better meet the needs of the different types of learners present in every classroom. According to Dr. Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences theory there are 8 unique intelligences every human possess and these are as follows; word smart, math smart, picture smart, music smart, nature smart, body smart, self-smart, and people smart. These 8 IMs are
useful model for developing a systematic approach to nurturing and teaching children and honoring their individual needs and strengths within a classroom setting. Each person is smart in all eight types of intelligence. Every person is smart to varying degrees of expertise in each of the intelligences, stronger in some ways and less developed in others. While some children may have different strengths than
others, all children possess all of the intelligences described in the theory of multiple intelligences. Further, none of the intelligences proves to be best, instead, each kind of intelligences shows uniqueness. In the preschool classroom acknowledging child’s multiple intelligences is a must because it serves as a perfect gateway to help the child feed their hunger for learning.
“He can check the news photos to prove they came nationwide. “I’ve been consistent with as early as January. I didn’t to us offering a deal,” he my statements,” said Balutan. twist anything. We have added. The STL made history by generating P15.7-billion revenue in 2017 (P1.3 billion/ month) from mere P4.7 billion in just one year during Balutan’s watch. Out of the P1.12 billion STL shares, PCSO gave P314.9 million to the Philippine National Police, P78.7 million to the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG), P472.4 million to the cities/municipalities, P103.7 million to Congressional District, and P150.3 million to the provinces.
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participate in the government’s efforts to develop a national broadband network, and we are willing to let government use these facilities at no cost,” NGCP said. “Any arrangement with a private entity will, of course, be subject to commercial negotiations.” “Under the EPIRA, a portion of the revenue from the use of transmission assets by NGCP for purposes other than transmission must go into lowering transmission rates,” the company explained. “But if it is for government’s direct use and operation, we will give it for free. Either way, whether we partner with government or a private entity, there will be great benefit for the public. We give government priority in development.” As early as May 2017, the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) and NGCP began talks to discuss the use of NGCP’s existing dark fiber network, and how it could potentially support the NBP. “We’ve already invited DICT representatives to visit several of our facilities in Cavite and Quezon City, to give them an idea of how our system can help,” NGCP stated. Since the NBP is a priority project of the government, NGCP hopes that a bilateral agreement for the inspection and use of the transmission related fiber optic facilities would be signed in time for the 2017 State of the Nation Address. Negotiations between the two parties stalled when the state-owned National Transmission Corporation (TransCo) insisted on being part of the negotiations. “There is no authority for their involvement. When government privatized the transmission network, all rights over the assets, except title, were turned over to NGCP as concessionaire. There is really nothing they can contribute to this apart from delay,” the company explained. “Their attempts to be part of all this just muddles issues from a legal, technical, and practical point of view. And when you’re dealing with 20,000 circuit kilometers of cables and over 200 substations scattered across the three main islands, we can’t afford to be mired in dealing with unnecessary parties.” “We’ve been following this up with the DICT for the last nine months. But since the TransCo involvement, we haven’t really gotten anywhere,” NGCP stressed. As the country’s sole power transmission operator, NGCP was granted an exclusive 50-year franchise to operate, maintain and expand the nation’s transmission network, which carries with it thousands of circuit kilometers of existing fiber optic cables that run across Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. These facilities are currently being used
for purely internal communication purposes. NGCP is a Filipino-led, privately owned company in charge of operating, maintaining, and developing the country’s power grid, led by majority shareholders Henry Sy, Jr. and Robert Coyiuto, Jr.
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Defense Ministers had an informal meeting with the Chinese Minister of National Defense General Chang Wanquan, who was in Singapore for his introductory visit until Feb 8. (Bernama)
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threat to the country,” he said. He added saving coastal and marine ecosystems from either further degradation or loss would enable these natural resources to continue capturing and storing blue carbon. (PNA)
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promises which create the foundation for a steady growth in tourism,” he said in a statement Tuesday. “This year, we are celebrating the 60th anniversary of the friendship treaty between our two countries, and tourism stands as a strong pillar of our growing ties and people-to-people exchanges,” he added. Data from Israel’s Ministry of Tourism showed that around 23,500 Filipinos travelled to Israel in 2017, a 61 percent increase from 14,600 in 2016. Matityau expressed high hopes that more Filipinos would travel to Israel in 2018. Hassan Madah, tourism director for India and Philippines, said based on the 2017 tourism report the number exceeded their full-year target of 20,000 Filipino tourists travelling to Israel. “We surpassed our target of 20,000 Filipinos travelling to Israel and towards the end the year and we reached 23,500 -- a 61 percent increase from 2016,” he pointed out. “More Israeli players entered the market, and the added good connectivity flying from Manila to Israel via Turkish Airlines and Cathay Pacific helped us in the growth of tourist arrivals,” he said. Madah noted that the tourism office in Manila was stepping up marketing efforts to encourage more Filipinos to travel to Israel this year. At present, Philippine passport holders can enjoy visa-free access to Israel up to 90 days. Overall, the embassy said “2017 was a historic turning point for incoming tourism to Israel”. (PNA)
Friday, February 9, 2018 absence of the successor. It is unfortunate that Vice Mayor “Kikang” Uy did not exercise his authority to act as the City Mayor when Moreno was dismissed on Monday. By operation of the law, the Vice Mayor automatically assumed the vacated post of the Mayor. The mandate was confirmed by Director Arnel Agabe, of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), who said that Uy become the City Mayor after the DILG validly served the dismissal order. The failure of Uy to act as the City Mayor of Cagayan De Oro – even for two days – was already enough ground to charge him with “dereliction of duty.” Yet, who would file a case against him? Perhaps, one of these days, Uy might be surprised if the anti-graft court would send him a letter to answer the charges. -0- Email comments/reactions: crisguardian@yahoo. com
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them towards a righteous and therefore good and successful life. The parents themselves lack discipline, so that there is absolutely no way they could require their children to be disciplined. -oooTRAIN THE CHILD IN THE WAY THAT HE SHOULD GO: According to good teachings, children should be taught along the path of goodness and righteousness while they are still young. If during their childhood they are taught discipline and the rudiments of maintaining good behavior, they would never forget anymore what they learned. If, on the other hand, nothing of value was taught to them while they were growing up, we can be sure they would become men and women with skewered character. Indeed, it maybe asked: what is it that we must be teaching children while they are still growing up? It is the truth that there is a powerful God who has the ability to allow---or, yes, disallow---anyone from having a good and peaceful life, depending on whether an individual has fear and love of Him. If there is fear and love of God among children, they would obey His commands. If children would obey the commands of God, they would learn to love God with all their hearts, with all their strength, and with all their minds. They would also learn to love their neighbors as they love themselves. If this is the kind of thought that is given them and instilled in their hearts and minds, peace and prosperity will come upon them. Otherwise, they would suffer rebuke, poverty, and failure in everything they do. from page 4 -ooothe dismissal order of MoreFOR QUESTIONS, REno became effective for a ACTIONS: If anyone would day or two because of the like to ask me any question
about what the burning issues of the day mean, or what we have discussed here, or to consult on any problem, whatever it maybe, please call 0917 984 24 68, or email me at batasmauricio@ yahoo.com, or post your concerns at www.facebook. com/attybatas. Promise, I will answer right away. Thank God in the Name of Jesus, Amen! -30-
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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. In the absence of the CA resolution, the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) served the anti-graft court’s dismissal order against Moreno of service along with three others. The anti-graft case against Moreno and three other city officials involved the illegal rentals of heavy equipment by the province of Misamis Oriental when was still serving governor of the province before he jumped to Cagayan De Oro City in 2013. Mordeno said that their camp had filed the motion and petition, with CA last week for the inclusion of the 24th case in the 23 cases earlier consolidated by the CA in November 2017. “The consolidation of cases involving cases of the same nature is not new in court,” Mordeno said. He said that while the Supreme Court has ordered the CA in Cagayan De Oro to transfer the records of all cases involving Mayor Moreno to Manila, the filing of the cases still follow the principle of jurisidiction. For his part, Moreno said that he was glad that the dismissal order against him did not hamper the delivery of services at the City Hall. He said that the operation of the various offices of the city government continued unhampered after the dismissal order was served Monday and until the CA issued the resolution Wednesday afternoon.
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08156-MIN; 08165MIN; 08308-MIN; 06321MIN and )-MIN. The first four petitions were issued with TRO/WPI and were ordered consolidated. The CA announced that the 23 cases will be transferred to CA Manila. But, prior to the transfer, it issued a resolution in CA-G.R. SP No. 08363 on November 28, 2017. Instead of granting TRO that was prayed for by Moreno in the petition, the CA made the following explicit pro-
nouncement. The cases stemmed from s complaint that alleged Moreno, et al, approved and facilitated the payment of P1,414,179.40 for the lease of fuel tankers, trailer trucks, and vibratory road roller on various dates in 2007, and from 2011 and 2012. The officials, according to the Ombudsman, did not conduct public bidding for any of the lease contracts, and instead, resorted to the alternative method of Shopping. To date, Moreno, along with Elmer Wabe, Patrick Gabutina, Rolando Pacuribot, Elsie Lopoy, and Leemar Tinagan has already received dismissal orders, too, for grave misconduct, serious dishonesty, and conduct prejudicial to the Best Interest of the Service, pertaining to the heavy equipment leased without public bidding. The cases were filed by Antonio Nunez, a self-acclaimed anti-corruption crusader “To preserve the status quo and so as not to render the eventual resolution of thre cases moot, illusory and ineffectual, a Writ of Prliminsry Injunction (WPI) was issued by this court in CA-G.R. SP No. 08156-MIN and CA-G.R. SP No. 08165 on August 29, 2017. With the subsequent consolidation of all the five cases in caption by resason of similarity or commonality of facts, issues and parties, the WPIU’s protective and preservative mantle implicitly and necessarily embraces all the other consolidated cases as well; CA-G.R. SP No. 08308-MIN, CA-G.R. SP No. 08321-MIN, CA-G.R. SP No. 08363-MIN. For the very purpose of the rule on mandatory consolidation of cases is to ensure uniformity and harmony, snd to prevent discordance cases,” the CA ruling stated. After Moreno received the Ombudsman’s decision on OMB-MA-16-0172, he filed on January 24, 2018, another petition in CA questioning the decision and the order of his dismissal. He also filed a motion for consolidation, for issuance of TRO/WPIU and for Status Quo Ante Order. Yesterday, February 7, 2018, he received a resolution from the CA granting his prayer for consolidation. The effect of the order of consolidation is already explained in the November 28 CA resolution in CA-G.R. SP No. 08363. Moreno said the cases are politically motivated and politically inspired, and that he decided to stay home and continue to work from there for the last two days that the DILG tried to serve a dismissal order. “More importantly, it is to spare the people of this city from taking mass protest action that I decided to remain silent and at home. We have seen in the past and the attempt of the DILG, as well as the people to express their strong opposition,” he added.
Meanwhile, the head of Moreno’s legal team, Atty. Dale Mordeno, said they have been fighting the consolidation petition with CA and requested the DILG to wait. “Our position is (that) this has been covered by the consolidation. Mayor Moreno will no loner be disturbed as chief executive of the city. The ball is now in their (complainant’s) court. “As of today (Feb. 8), Mayor Moreno is already in the office until such time his term ends in june 2019,” Mordeno said. He urged DILG Regional Director Agabe to obey the order of CA.
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cases whose decisions are adverse to them. In the two days between the serving of the dismissal and the issuance of the consolidation from Monday to Wednesday, Moreno continued exercising his office as mayor. Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING & REGULATORY BOARD Regional Office No.10, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City ALLAN P. BARDON CASE NO. R10-NC-PA-TH Applicant/s 2018-02-387 NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT(s)/PETITIONER(s) request/s authority For the Issuance of Certificate of Public Convenience to operate TH FREIGHT service on the line ;Within Cagayan de Oro City and from said place to any point in the Island of Mindanao accessible to motor vehicle traffic and vice versa with the use of ONE(1)units. This application/petition shall be considered by this Board on February 22, 2018, at 3;00 P.M. at this Board on which date Applicant/ (s) Petitioner(s) shall formally submit his/her/ their evidence. The Applicant(s)Petitioner (s)shall publish said notice at least TEN (10) DAYS prior to the date of hearing in a daily newspaper of general circulation in the Mindanao Island. Party(ies)opposed to the approval /granting of the application /petition must file his/her/their written opposition with supporting documents, unless this Board deems it necessary to required additional documentary evidence and /or his/ her/their oral testimony(ies). N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN THE DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/PETITION. Issued this 7TH day of February 2018 at Cagayan de Oro City,Philippines. (Sgd.) AMINODEN D. GURO Regional Director MDN: Feb. 9, 2018
Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING & REGULATORY BOARD Regional Office No.10, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City MARILOU N. ADARNE CASE NO. R10-EV-TX Applicant/s 2018-02-385
NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT(s)/PETITIONER(s) request/s authority To extend the validity of Certificate of Public Convenience to operate PUJ service on the line ;Within Cagayan de Oro City to any point in Region X and vice versa with the use of ONE(1)units. This application/petition shall be considered by this Board on February 22, 2018, at 10;00 A.M. at this Board on which date Applicant/ (s) Petitioner(s) shall formally submit his/her/ their evidence. The Applicant(s)Petitioner (s)shall publish said notice at least FIVE(5) days prior to the date of hearing in a daily newspaper of general circulation in the Mindanao Island. Party(ies)opposed to the approval /granting of the application /petition must file his/her/their written opposition with supporting documents, unless this Board deems it necessary to required additional documentary evidence and /or his/ her/their oral testimony(ies). N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN THE DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/PETITION. Issued this 7TH day of February 2018 at Cagayan de Oro City Philippines. (Sgd.) AMINODEN D. GURO Regional Director
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THERE’s not one but two branches of Rocky’s Barbershop in Cagayan de Oro. One is located at SM City Cagayan de Oro, the other at Centrio. Not many Cagayanons may know it but Rocky’s Barbershop’s main outlet at JP Laurel Ave. in Davao City is home to Jun Acub. The name may not ring a bell because he’s not a celebrity yet Mr. Acub has been the presidential barber since 2016. That’s because Mr. Acub has been grooming President Duterte’s hair since he was still the mayor of Davao City! When Duterte was elevated to the position of President, Mr. Acub’s stature was automatically promoted – he now distinctly holds the position as presidential barber. That’s because the President never allows anyone in Malacañang or in Manila for that matter to groom his hair. He makes it a point to always return to his hometown of Davao City to have a haircut appointment with where else? At Rocky’s Barbershop. Rocky’s Barbershop was established in 1996 at Victoria Plaza Mall in Davao City by entrepreneur Tom Gempesaw, the first barbershop to open an outlet in a shopping mall. At the time, only women enjoyed pampering in mall-based salons. Rocky’s Barbershop was so popular that they eventually branched out in General Santos. In 2016, it was Cagayan de Oro’s turn – first opening up shop at SM City Cagayan de Oro and later at Centrio. At Rocky’s, the barbers are very reliable and experienced in the craft like Mr. Acub. Every time a new styling technique
comes up, barbers readily avail themselves of the training. Gempesaw envisions Rocky’s Barbershop to the be the premier male grooming destination in Mindanao. With branches popping up everywhere, he is definitely living closer to that dream.
Mindanao Daily (February 9, 2018)