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The Sun Crew cleans up Siargao DavNor town inaugurates P5.9-M rice processing complex By CHE PALICTE PNA

DAVAO CITY -- In a bid to modernize farming in the province and help local farmers improved their productivity, a PHP5.9million rice processing complex located in New Visayas village, Sto. Tomas, Davao del Norte was inaugurated on Wednesday morning. The Gravity Irrigators Service Association, Inc., (GISACO) a farmers’ cooperative, was the beneficiary of the rice processing complex. See COMPLEX, page 11

By MIKE BAÑOS Editor at Large

SIARGAO, Surigao del Norte--A community based group has been cited by Coca Cola Philippines for its efforts to keep the Surfing Capital of the Philippines free from The Plastic Scourge. Coca Cola Philippines recognized Coke Barkada Awardee, The Sun Crew, with a P30,000 grant personally awarded to The Sun Crew Co-founder and Manager Wemar Bonono by Coca-Cola PH Corporate & Regulatory Affairs Director Atty. Jorenz Tañada during the kick-off for the 25th Siargao International Surfing Cup last October 5. According to its website, The Sun Crew are fighting poverty and plastic pollution on Siargao Island. “We use surfing and education to empower women and children to rise out of

poverty and be the leaders in the fight to preserve their communities and protect the environment.” “Our aim is to ensure the children have the skills and opportunities to overcome poverty and play a key role in protecting their island and local communities.” (haranasurf.com) “We started this in 2017 as a means of keeping kids from idleness and roaming around looking for mischief,” Bonono said. “I was also like them when I was young and I don’t want them to end up like me who did not finish my education but instead think ahead about their future.” Bonano and his Australian girlfriend Hannah Boyer came up with the idea to organize Sun Crew to teach children how to surf in exchange for cleaning up the beaches. Those who See CLEANS, page 11

The Sun Crew at Barangay Pacifico

Six Mindanao CORDS converge in Cagagayan de Oro for summit By MARK FRANCISCO Correspondent

THE Regional Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (ELCAC) in Northern Mindanao hosted a Mindanao-wide summit for all the six Cabinet Officers for Regional Development and Security (CORDS) today (Thursday, October 10). Cagayan de Oro City Mayor Oscar Moreno does the Duterte salute with Sen. Bong Go The regions covered during the during the inauguration of the 44th Malasakit Center at the JR Borja General Hospital daylong summit which was held at yesterday. Go has allocated some P5 million for the center.

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Marawi to host Liga Eskwela By LEONIDES ‘JACK’ S. BIANTAN

CAGAYAN de Oro City -- Danny Moran, the No. 1 supporter of Futsal in the country today, will bring his pet project the Liga Eskwela Futsal tournament to Marawi late this year. Moran said the tournament would benefit at least 22 public elementary schools with thousands of students in the war ravaged city in Lanao del Norte. Moran is the CEO of the Henry V. Moran Foundation (established in 2009), named after his late father Henry who had been an avid sportsman. He believed that the discipline and hard work involved in playing sports was an ideal way to develop character, skill, and self-confidence—all qualities needed to deal with real life. For a start Moran Foundation in cooperation with

Gawad Kalinga and IliganLanao Regional Football Association (ILRFA) under Lemuel Mapula will hold the teachers coaching training at the Mindanao State University tentatively set for Oct. 18-19 in Marawi. Asian Confederation (AFC) licensed coaches from ILRFA and Cagayan de Oro City will conduct the trainings of the teachers from all the elementary public schools at the Mindanao State University in Marawi. After the training the teachers will then teach their students the basics of Futsal and then organize their teams for the Liga Eskwela. The Marawi Liga Eskwela will be the first Liga Eskwela outside of Metro Manila. The Liga Eskwela in Manila has been ongoing for the past four years now and has 300 public schools

in 16 school divisions participating. Kids male and female with ages 9- 12 years old and currently studying in 22 public elementary schools in Marawi will benefit from the project. Moran Foundation and Gawad Kalinga will also tap key community members such as teachers, administrators, parents, community leaders, mothers, and other religious leaders who play significant, influential and leading roles in the lives of these youth to make this project a success. The project aims the need to address the risks Marawi youth face such as recruitment to violent extremism, conflict, and lack of economic opportunities. These issues will be addressed through Values and Life Skills Development, Physical activities & games which are age appropriate

and provide experiential learning to youth, to provide Futsal programs that allow the youth to play, and stress-debrief. It also aims to bring about holistic behaviour change for the children and all the stake holders in the community. Established in 2009, The Henry V. Moran Foundation is a non-profit organization focused on developing and helping the youth throughout the many public schools around the Philippines. It is the leader and pioneer in futsal development in the country, working in collaboration with the Philippine Football Federation, and in the past has helped start and develop the football programs of national team player Danny Moran (right) with the Tuloy sa Don Bosco and Former author, will spearhead the start of the the Liga Eskwela See LIGA, page 11

Futsal Tournament in Marawi City later this year.

Gov’t. presses on to end insurgency thru poverty alleviation in Bukidnon IMPASUG-ONG, Bukidnon-Keen to address poverty incidence in Bukidnon, Director General of Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Secretary Isidro S. Lapeña and Senator Juan Miguel Zubiri led the turn-over of Skills Training Centers to the Local Government Units of Impasugong, Cabanglasan, Maramag and Lantapan, October 7. In 2015, the poverty incidence in Bukidnon is recorded to be 53.6 percent the country’s fourth-highest, but 2018 showed a huge cut and declined to 32.1

percent. The optimistic result is attributed to the rise in incomes particularly in the poorest Bukidnon area. Thus, the newly constructed training centers will not only develop the skills of local constituents but more so to capacitate and improve the livelihood of indigenous people who frequently suffer the clutches of poverty in the province, Sen. Zubiri said. Likewise, Lapeña, chairman on Livelihood Cluster of the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (NTF ELCAC), who has been compassionate in ending the com-

munist insurgency, said the newly constructed training centers and other incoming programs of the agency will focus on education and skills development of priority sectors, improvement of the livelihood of indigenous people and also capacitating the former rebels as they go back to the mainstream society. The LGU Skills Training Centers are projected to accommodate 30-40 students and serve courses in Heavy Equipment Operation, Driver/Auto-Mechanic and other Technical-Vocational Courses. (8IB/PIA10)

Sport in Education Healthwise and Character Building SOON-TO-RISE COVERED COURT AT ESPERANZA SHS IN KINOGUITA, MISOR VG JIGJAG PELAEZ, together with Municipal Mayor LILIBETH LAGBAS and Secondary School Principal LEONOR CAGALAWAN, JR., led the groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of a PhP3.5 Million Multi-Purpose Building cum Evacuation Center at Esperanza Senior High School in Kinoguitan, Misamis Oriental. This is made possible by the generosity of Senator GRACE POE through the initiative of Vice Governor JIGJAG PELAEZ and Former Vice Governor JOEY PELAEZ. The activity was participated by Sangguniang Bayan Members JOEFRIX PABELLAN and ERNIDO DURANO, Barangay Council headed by Barangay Chairman LENDILO PABELLAN, Public Schools District Supervisor PAMFILA ZARATE, GPTA President LEVENIA DALUPERE, WDM Construction and Supplies Representative MERCY ECHAVEZ, DPWH Representatives ENGR. ANN CLYDE GANANCIAL, ENGR. JOYCE CAPOQUIAN and ENGR. FLOYDMAINE JOHN SABASAJE and teachers.

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Cagayan de Oro City - DA-RFO 10 OIC-RED Carlene C. Collado welcomes the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) in Region 10 headed by Regional Director Dr. Abdulnasser P. Masorong Jr. The NCMF aims for harmonious relationship with national government agencies in pursuit to promote and sustain peace and order co-existence of Muslims and non- Muslims through projects and program partnership.

Cagayan de Oro, October 9- The Department of Agriculture – Regional Field Office 10 (DA-RFO 10) conducted a two-day training on Supervisory Development Course (Module 6) on “Making Powerful and Winning Presentation to forty (40) DA employees. The training highlighted on how to make a good presentation by adopting a thorough process of planning, organizing, preparation and presentation. It was done through lecture-discussions by Civil Service Commission (CSC) Directors Cosette Maglasang-Mundo and Mary Ann Borres of CSC - Misamis Oriental and Camiguin, respectively. Simulation exercises were also done where each participant presented his piece.#sva

The Department of Agriculture Regional Field Office 10 (DA-RFO 10) headed by OIC Regional Executive Director Carlene C. Collado turns over P45.5 - million worth of farm machineries, equipment and other agri interventions to the Province of Misamis Oriental thru Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano, earlier today, October 7, 2019 .

Father dies, son nabbed in buy-bust By DIVINA M. SUSON Correspondent

ILIGAN City--A 50-year old father died while his son was arrested in a drug buybust operation, Monday afternoon, October 7, in Barangay Poblacion, in Marawi City. Colonel Thomas Pantaleon, chief of Marawi City Police, said Bokhari Alawi, his 19-year old, Salharie and two others, who were able to escape, were the targets of the operation jointly conducted with the Lanao del Sur Drug Enforcement Unit, other units of the Philippine National Police and

the Army’s 82nd Infantry Battalion. Bokhawi sensed that he was dealing with a police asset that he drew his pistol and exchanged fire with authorities that cause his death. Pantaleon, in a phone interview with the Inquirer, said the Alawi father and son were under surveillance for months but police was able to get confidential agent just recently. “Matagal na kaming nakatanggap ng info (that the two are on drug trade) pero kahapon (October 6) lang kami nakahanap ng confi-

dential agent an customer/ suki nila,” Pantaleon said in a text message. Operatives recovered from the scene a caliber 38 revolver loaded with four bullets, nine sachets of believed to be shabu and the one-thousand peso buybust money. The arrested suspect is now in a custody of Marawi police while charges in violation of Republic Act (RA) 9165 or the Dangerous Drugs Act and RA 10591 or the Comprehensive Law on Firearms and Ammunitions are being prepared against him.

in a clash with the military in Piagapo town in 2017, a month before the Marawi siege while Tinga was one of the fighters in Butig fighting in 2016. The three yielded an M79 grenade launchers and two caliber .45 handguns. In the morning of the same day, six DI members surrendered to 49th Infantry Battalion in Lumba Bayabao town. One of them was involved during Marawi siege while the five others are the group’s supporters. They yielded an M16 rifle, a KG9 sub machine gun, magazines and ammunitions.

Their surrender is being facilitated by the respective local government unit. Col. Jose Maria Cuerpo, commander of the Army’s 103rd Infantry Brigade based in Marawi City, said the military continuously confident that the people and the local government of Lanao del Sur are accustomed to peace and time for vibrant economic opportunities in the province. “We will continuously collaborate with local chief executives and other stakeholders to encourage other supporters or even the locals with loose firearms to surrender and submit

DI fighters involved in Piagapo, Butig clashes surrender to military By DIVINA M. SUSON Correspondent

ILIGAN City--Three fighters of the local Dawlah Islamiya surrendered to the military Monday afternoon (October 7) at the headquarters of the Army’s 82nd Infantry Battalion in Saguiaran town, in Lanao del Sur. In a statement sent by the 1st Division Public Affairs Office (DPAO), the surrenderees are identified as Jamil Dimasangkay, 24, Mail Tinga, 36 and a 16-year old. Quoting LtCol. Rafman Altre, commander of the 82IB, Dimasangkay and the minor were involved

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SSS ‘Tokhang’ yields first catch

FOR his stupidity in managing his business, this businessman was the first to go to jail for failure to remit his employees’ SSS contribution. Last tuesday’s opening salvo of SSS version of ‘Tokhang’ yielded its first catch of delinquent employers operating in Cagayan de Oro. Served the first warrant of arrest by the local police was businessman Bienvenido Macareg Jr., owner of Sunny Farm for non-payment of Social Security System (SSS) contributions of his employees. Macareg was charged

for violation of Section 22 (a) and (d) in relation to Sec. 28 of RA 8282 otherwise known as the Social Security Law issued by Hon.Judge Marites Filomena B. Rana-Bernales of 10th Judicial Region Branch 39. The arrest of Macareg was executed following the issuance of an arrest warrant, after a pre-operation conducted by SSS in the general list of employers with unser ved Warrant of Arrest of Employer Delinquency Monitoring Department. In a press conference held prior to the ‘Tokhang’,

SSS authorities issued stern warning to delinquent employers in Northern Mindanao to strictly comply with RA 8282. SSS urged employers to religiously pay the contributions and salary loan payments of their employees and remit them to SSS on time. Those employers who fail to settle their obligation face legal consequences as the SSS accelerates its campaign against delinquent employers. In a report, the SSS has been losing millions of unremitted contributions annually from employers

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who shy away their obligations with the government. How serious is this SSS ‘tokhang’? Perhaps the answer lies on how strong the political will of the implementation of RA 8282. Having said that, pray that this campaign to clean SSS with bad employers may not end up another ‘ningas cogon’ (ruffy44_ ph2000@yahoo.com)

Hints and Traces

Never forget God’s mercy IT’S, OF COURSE, good that we constantly highlight God’s call for us to follow him, to be holy and perfect as he is, since we have been created in his image and likeness. It’s good that we are always reminded to love, to pray, to make sacrifices, to frequent the sacraments, to develop virtues, to wage a life-long ascetical struggle, etc. But we should never forget that in spite of our best intentions and efforts, we somehow also fall short of what is expected of us and that in the end we need God’s mercy to enable us to attain the dignity God is giving us. Yes, God is indeed very demanding of us. He wants everything from us. He wants us to love him with all our heart and to love our neighbor, including our enemies, as we love ourselves and even as Christ himself has loved us by offering his life for us. But he is also very compassionate with

the weak and the sinners. As shown by Christ, God gives special attention to them. “As surely as I live,” God said in the Book of Ezekiel, “I take no pleasure in the death of the wicked, but rather that they turn from their ways and live.” (33, 11) And as shown by Christ, God does not wait for man to turn back to him. He takes the initiative to reach out to us, sinners. In all the miracles that he performed, Christ was more interested in forgiving the sins of those involved than in healing them of their infirmities and predicaments. His love and compassion went beyond the concern for the bodily health of those characters. He focused more on their spiritual recovery. We should not forget that while God’s grace and mercy need to be merited, he also gives them to us gratuitously. In spite of our best efforts, we really can-

not deserve them. We may ask for them as we ought to do, but God gives them to us gratuitously. We have to be wary of the danger of Pelagianism, the erroneous belief that we do not need divine grace to choose good or evil, and to attain holiness. We have to see to it that in proclaiming the gospel to the others, in our effort to present Christ to the others, we should not simply talk about the strictness of God’s demands and expectations from us, the high standard that he is setting for us. This will scare people more than attract them to Christ. We should always include God’s mercy in all our preaching and counseling. This will always require an intimate relationship with God himself to be able to come out with the proper mixture of God’s demanding ways and his ever-ready mercy. Priests especially need to know when he is too strict and harsh and when

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he is too lenient. That’s why they need to be truly men of God, souls of prayer and solid formation. It is, of course, very helpful if priests, for example, would examine themselves regularly as to whether they are presenting Christ fairly to the people or whether they are highlighting one side of Christ to the detriment of the other side or angles or aspects in Christ’s life and teachings. It would be good if we, priests, can find a way of assessing whether the people are making progress in their spiritual life or not. Some consultations may be advisable, and also a mechanism for getting feedbacks from the people. It may happen that what may See MERCY, page 11

Letters from Davao

Death wish, bad wish

BEWARE of what you wish and pray for. It could boomerang. Jim Paredes is so consumed with his hatred for Pres. Rodrigo Duterte, he plastered his face on Facebook angry at the man he cannot accept has at least 16-million fans who voted him to office instead of a wimp he had hoped will succeed Benigno Aquino III and perpetuate the Yellow administration. For one reason or another, he was caught literally with his pants down and exposed his orgasmic interlude in the whole wide world. I have no wish to desecrate the dead so I will not mention his name here. It’s eerie and portentous but this latest case of a high profile character had made public his wish last

Sunday for Duterte to just drop dead. The next day he kicked the bucket in what the family members described from a “natural cause”. This recent case suddenly brings back in a rush what happened to people who wanted and even prayed that Duterte either gets sick or land in jail. What happened is the reverse. The President who openly admits he is sick is actually strong he can outlast his cabinet officials in meetings that oftentimes would last up to the wee hours. Sen. Leila de Lima who, as Chairperson of the Commission on Human Rights, had been hounding him with charges since 1989 up to the time she became senator is now de-

tained for her involvement in the drug trade. Another Sen. Antonio Trillanes who wants Duterte jailed for the death of some 27,000 alleged victims of extrajudicial killings conjured by his perjured witnesses, is now out of the Senate and is facing various charges in various courts which could land him in the calaboose. In juxtaposition, ex-CHR Chair Etta Rosales, who had wished the Marcoses jailed and dispossessed of what she claimed were illgotten wealth, is in hysteria after the Sandiganbayan dismissed charges against the latter. In a fit of anger, she blamed President Duterte for lack of support in seeing to it that the Sandiganbayan rules otherwise. Etta conveniently forgot that all the

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cases against the Marcos family were filed during the Cory Aquino regime. Before Duterte’s term, there were Presidents Fidel Ramos, Joseph Estrada, Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, and Benigno Simeon Aquino III! Strange? God must be listening to the more than 80 percent Filipinos approving of what Rodrigo Duterte, the man from the boondocks, is doing. And here lies the saying: “the voice of the People is the voice of God”. Next time, beware of what you are praying and wishing for.


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PHL needs to accelerate reforms THE Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) called for faster reforms to improve its competitiveness ranking in the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Competitiveness Report. The Philippines’ score-- or its distance to frontier-- was relatively flat at 61.9 from 62.1, while other countries scored better and improved their ranking relative to Philippines. The WEF released its Global Competitiveness Index 4.0 (2019 edition) that showed the Philippines’ ranking drop 8 notches, from 56th to 64th out of 141 countries. The country has to redefine its National Competitiveness Agenda consistent with the WEF indicators covering enabling environment, human capital, markets, and innovation ecosystem, as well as the 4 pillars of DTI’s Cities and Municipalities Competitiveness Index (CMCI) on economic dynamism, government efficiency, infrastructure, and resilience. In 2018, WEF introduced a refined Global Competitiveness Index (GCI) 4.0, a ‘composite

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Diaspora Indonesia family gathering October 5 - In the pursue of reuniting all Indonesians in Mindanao, Hon. Consul General Dicky Fabrian of the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia hosted an event “Diaspora Indonesia Family Gathering” at the House of Indonesia, Juna Subd, Davao City. Diaspora Indonesia are people with Indonesian origin who live outside Indonesia with temporary resident status. Also, foreigners who already shared the same Indonesian values and considered Indonesia as their second home, are also Diaspora Indonesia. In the opening statement of ConGen Dicky, he expressed his gratitude for all Indonesian Diaspora who came from different parts of Mindanao. “In this momentous event, it is my pleasure to welcome all of you to be part of this auspicious event. I hope this gathering will make as more compact and reunited as a family” said ConGen Dicky. “This will be a quarterly event and I am inviting all Diaspora Indonesia to come to our much bigger family gathering next year. Today, we will have two competitions;

table tennis and domino. We compete not for the price, but to show our talents and build networks through sports. There will be no losers in this event because being reunited with your family, all of us are already winners” added ConGen Dicky. “The changing nature embody broader trends for Diasporas in every nation. Today, national/ ethnic identification, political community, and place of residence do not automatically fit together neatly. Instead, migrants have multiple attachments that modern technology has fa-

cilitated. Their political identities and practices are shaped between and within the contexts of both migrant homelands and host societies. We cannot expect today’s migrants simply to cut their roots” explained ConGen Dicky. All participants enjoyed the gathering especially they can taste Indonesian cuisine that were prepared by the In d o n e s i a n Wo m e n’s Association headed by Madame Fera Andriani Fabrian. (By Ptr. Arnold T. San Agustin The Bureau Chief of Mindanao Daily News Davao)

THE WORD, in other words 1 Corinthians 8 1-6 Now concerning things offered to idols: We know that we all have knowledge. Knowledge puffs up, but love edifies. And if anyone thinks that he knows anything, he knows nothing yet as he ought to know. But if anyone loves God, this one is known by Him. Therefore concerning the eating of things offered to idols, we know that an idol is nothing in the world, and that there is no other God but one. For even if there are so-called gods,

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whether in heaven or on earth (as there are many gods and many lords), Yet for us there is one God, the Father, of whom are all things, and we for Him; and one Lord Jesus Christ, through whom are all things, and through whom we live.


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Navigate the New Globalization by capacitating our farmers—MinDA chief LOCAL farmers in Mindanao need to adopt new technologies in agriculture, particularly in rice farming, to increase productivity. This is according to Secretary Emmanuel Piñol, the newly-installed head of the Mindanao Development Authority (MinDA) and former chief of the Department of Agriculture, during the Fifth Mindanao Policy Research Forum (MPRF) held in General Santos City recently with the theme “Navigating the Challenges of the New Globalization: Local Actions for Mindanao”. “The New Globalization is a double-edged sword. If you are prepared for it [then] you will benefit from it. [But] if you are not prepared, woe to you. [To be able] to survive the New Globalization, we have to capacitate our stakeholders, especially in the area of agriculture. We have to

adopt modern technologies, prepare [our farmers], [as well as] organize and empower them. This is the only way we could benefit from the New Globalization,” said Piñol. He expressed confidence that Mindanao could serve as the country’s front door in terms of exporting rice to international markets. “We are the only area in the country that is not often hit by typhoons compared to Northern Luzon. This is our advantage. [Also,] our soil is more fertile than that of Luzon,” he said. At the national level, Piñol claimed that “The Philippines can be ricesufficient.” He said this can be achieved by using five simple measures: goodquality seeds (hybrid and inbred), sufficient water for irrigation, soil, modern machinery, and access to capital for financing. “We have 4.9 million

hectares of rice farms harvested every year. If we can only increase our yield by 2 metric tons of rice per hectare per harvest, that would be 9.8 million metric tons of rice. Sobra-sobra na yun. Theoretically, it is attainable,” he pointed out. However, Piñol lamented that investments in agriculture remain low in the Philippines. “Ang problema, just like in any business, agriculture needs investment. You need water, good seeds, fertilizers, machinery, and capital [but] these were absent in the program [of the government],” he said. “Ang kalaban natin like Viet Nam and Thailand are supported by their governments. May mga hidden subsidies. In fact, they have their own agencies that handle rice exports. Viet Nam, for example, has Vinafood, [a state-owned corporation tasked by the Vietnamese government to export rice

in Southeast Asia],” Pinol further stated. Another issue, according to Pinol, is that big traders dominate the market and they are making huge profits from importing rice. “The landed cost of importing rice now is about PHP 23.00 per kilo. The selling price in the market is PHP 40-50 a kilo. Ang tinutubo nila ay PHP 10.00 kada kilo. Sino ang trader na hindi sasali diyan? So nobody wants to buy the local rice anymore because the marginal profit is very thin and the risks are high. You have to dry it, mill it, and keep it in in your warehouse. Whereas, if you import the rice, you only have to ship it into the market,” he explained. Piñol also said that some government interventions are off-target. While it provides financial subsidies and fertilizers to local farmers, the absence of a market where they can sell their

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and enrolment for PhilSys in the region will commence in July 2020 and will prioritize those considered as vulnerable sectors, particularly the Indigenous Peoples (IPs) and members of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps). “In terms of the physical aspect of our preparations we are already ready,” Apura said, adding that building facilities in the regional center of the PSA, particularly the conference room and the two dormitories will be utilized during the enrolment and

registration. Provincial and municipal level registration centers will also be opened in the entire region, she said. “We are also waiting for the approval of the DBM (Department of Budget and Management) for the hiring of 2,100 positions, of which, eight positions will be opened in Caraga Regional office and seven personnel each in our provinces,” Apura added. Various equipment that will be used for enrolment are now being tested and are scheduled to be delivered to the region, she said. PSA-Caraga has already facilitated a series of information drives in provinces and municipalities regarding the PhilSys. Dissemination of information was also done in various

forums and gatherings to answer the apprehensions, questions, and worries of the people regarding the establishment of a single national identification system for all citizens. “We have already made information dissemination to various groups, for example to the Mindanao Civil Registrars when they had their convention, and the gathering of barangay captains and secretaries last month,” Apura said. More information drives will also be conducted in the remaining months of this year until next year before the start of the PhilSys enrolment. “The people of Caraga Region are already informed and I know that they are happy because of the ID that will be very useful to various transactions in the government as well as private institutions,” Apura added. (PNA)

PSA-Caraga all set for PhilSys implementation BUTUAN CITY -- The Philippine Statistics Authority in Caraga Region (PSA-Caraga) has assured the public that it is ready for the full implementation of the Philippine Identification System (PhilSys) next year. PSA-Caraga Director Dr. Rosalinda C. Apura made the assurance in a press conference on Tuesday. Apura said the registration EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE with DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS; THIS DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE MADE AND ENTERED INTO BY BETWEEN:

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE

We,the sole heir of the Late ANTERO INTENCIA, SR., namely; Gloria Intencia, Filipino, widow, Ricky Inteancia, Arthur Intencia, Antero Intencia,Jr., Vencio Intencia, Evelina Intencia Samuya, Dina Intencia, and Arlito Intencia, all of legal ages, and residents of Anahawon, Maramag, Bukidnon, and hereinafter referred to as the HEIRS-VENDORS; -and ASIA SKSON CORPORATION represented by ANSON Z.CHENTAN, Filipino, of legal age and a resident of Valencia City, Bukidnon, and hereinafter referred to as the VENDEE; WITNESSETH; Whereas, the VENDORS are co-owners of a parcel of land located at Anahawon, Maramag, Bukidnon, embraced and covered under Transfer Certificate of Title No. AT-15570 more particularly described as follows: TCT NO. AT-15570 LOT 202-L Psd-10-029258(AR) A PARCEL OF LAND (Lot 202-L,Psd-10-029258(AR),being a portion of Lot 202,Pls-377,Panadtalan Public Land Subd.),situated in the Barangay of Anahawon,Mun. of Maramag,Prov.,of Bukidnon,Island of Mindanao,Containing an area of Twenty Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety Nine (29,999) square meters more or less. Is subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE with DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE. UNDER THE Notarial Registry of Atty. Dence Cris L. Rondon,per Doc. No. 474;Page No. 95;Book No.111; Series of 2019.

Notice is hereby given that the intestate of the late PATRICIO A. JALID who died in estate on March 26, 2018 and left a conjugal share of a real property, which described as follows: Transfer Certificate of Title No. T- 28624 Lot 16, block3, Psd-10000461; A parcel of land (lot 16, block 3, Psd-10-000461, being a portion of lots 2-A-4- B-10-A,B,C&D, Psd-10-0007563, Lot 2-A-4-B-10-E-2, Psd-10-008847, Lot 2-A-4-B-2, Psd-10-0004751 & Lot 2-A-4-B-3-C, Psd-10-0008596) situated in the barrio of Damilag Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon; Containing an area of TWO HUNDRED THIRTY SIX (236) SQUARE METERS, more or less; are the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE; made and entered into, by and between the HEIRS of PATRICIO A. JALID, named: LOUISA L. JALID, of legal age, Filipino, widow, and a resident of, Damilag, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon; and MARICEL REYES PILOTON of legal age, Filipino, single, and a resident of B3 Lot 12 PCH Damilag, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon, herein after referred to as the BUYERS; For and in consideration of the amount of Six Hundred Fifty Thousand Pesos (P650,000.00), payment having been received to SELLERS’ entire satisfaction, the herein HEIRS-SELLER hereby SELLS, TRANSFERS and CONVEYS by way of Absolute Sale unto the BUYER, to her heirs and assigns, free from all liens and encumbrances; Under Notary Public of Atty. FARRAH L. YONGCO- INIHAO; as per Doc. No. 415; Page No. 83;Book No. XXXII; Series of 2019

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NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late ROSA JUNTILLA ANG, who died in Maria Reyna Xavier University Hospital, Inc., Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental on 29 September 2018 without any will; That the said deceased at the time of her death left her undivided share to the following properties; Original Certificate of Title No.P-289 A parcel of residential land situated in the barrio of Palma, Municipality of Kibawe, Province of Bukidnon, Island of Mindanao, Containing an area of Six Hundred Fifteen (615) square meters. Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-124563 A parcel of Land (Lot 20, Block 16, of the cons, subd. Plan, PCS-10001781, being a portion of Lot Nos, 3650, 3651, 3652, 3653, 3654, all of Cad-237, Cagayan Cadastre ,Lot 3649-A, Psd-10-022211 & Lot 3649-B1,Psd-10-022978). Situated in the Barangay of Iponan ,City of Cagayan de Oro City, Island of Mindanao, Containing an area of One Hundred Forty Three sq. m. (143). Is subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT AMONG HEIRS. Under the Notarial Registry of ELAINE MAY P. SARCENO TAN0GAN, Notary Public. Per Doc No. 108; Page No. 22; Book No. 30; Series of 2019. MDN: Oct 11, 18 & 25, 2019

NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late SPS. GREGORIO L. LABESORES and MARTINA NARESMA, who died on Jan.06,2009,and October 10,2009,both died at Namnam, San Fernanado, Bukidnon, and they died intestate without obligations nor liabilities whatsoever leaving to the herein heirs a parcel of land which parcel of land is herein below more particularly described and bounded as follows, to wit; TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE No.AT-7511 A PARCEL OF LAND, KNOWN AS Lot 56-C,Psd-10-028585(AR), being a portion of Lot 56,Cad-D,San Fernando Cadastre) situated at Namnam, San Fernando, Bukidnon. Containing an area of SEVENTEEN THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED FOUR (17,404) square meters more or less. Is subject of DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF REAL ESTATE WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE OF A PARCEL OF LAND, under the Notarial Registry of Atty. Cecilio Chito R. Tancinco, Notary Public, per Doc. No. 105; Page No. 22; Book No. CCCXVV; Series of 2019. MDN: Oct 11, 18 & 25, 2019

produce is still a major issue. Given these challenges, Pinol urged government to intensify its support and provide the necessary interventions to local farmers. “I believe that Filipino farmers could compete [internationally] if only they are supported by government,” Pinol said. In particular, he stressed the need to capacitate local farmers and elevate them to the level of processors and marketers of their own products. “Make them strong, empower them, improve their productivity, to the point that the cost of production

would go down. For so long, they have remained as mere producers of raw materials, therefore, they are dependent on middlemen and processors,” he pointed out. The MPRF is a regular event jointly undertaken by PIDS and the Mindanao Development Authority (MinDA), in partnership with a local university. This year, PIDS and MinDA collaborated with the Mindanao State University – GenSan campus. Launched in 2015, the MPRF is part of a series of activities organized every September to celebrate the Development Policy Research Month.

ICT Learning in Kindergarten A Future Headstart By PACITA N. UA-O T-I Bongbongon Elementary School

ICT has been an important tool in learning today. Using ICT allows pupil to obtain resources of information with the click of a button. Mostly our kids enjoy playing learning games, songs, dance moves using this modern gadgets to learn innovative programs for communication. Pupils become more effective independent learners as teacher prepares various relevant and important concepts and ideas from an

easily typed queries using the gadgets. Pupils enjoy making use of computers tablets cellphones to learn innovative programs developed collaborative by teacher and pupils. It is as convenient and interesting to use ICT give pupils the headstart for those by staying relevant, by learning how computer do ICT motivate both teacher & pupils. ICT is a beneficial tool for learning.

One Team, One Goal, Lifetime Success By SHERA MAY M. LACANGLACANG SST-I, CDONHS-JHS

Cagayan de Oro National High School-Junior High School brought immense pride to the entire DepEd family of Region 10 during the recent national celebration of World Teachers’ Day held here at Cagayan de Oro City last October 5, 2019. The World Teachers’ Day is observed through Presidential Proclamation No. 242 that designates October 5 as National Teachers’ Day as set by the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Cagayan de Oro City had been chosen this year as the venue for the prestigious annual event conducted by the Department of Education. As the center school in the city, Cagayan de Oro National High School proved that with one mindset, goals can be achieved for the success of an activity. Various activities were spearheaded by the school through the leadership of its school principal, Mr. William C. Agomana who actively led and supported the teachers in the different activities. Different programs and curriculums joined hands together as the school was assigned as billeting quarter for Region IX Zamboanga Peninsula. The visitors were amazed

by the warm welcome given to them—from opening program, food, and classrooms. The Special Program in the Arts Theatre Arts and Music Instruments specializations were also privileged to welcome the DepEd dignitaries at Laguindingan Airport. This one-time event showcased the talents of the SPA students in dancing and playing instruments that brought astounding comments from the audience, both foreigners and locals. The Dance Arts students also threw some spectacular performances at Lim Ket Kai Atrium in their restaging of Kagayang and creative introduction to the DepEd Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones. TLE teachers also exhibited their skills through their venue preparation at the Atrium. How little or big the task was assigned to them, the whole CDONHS-JHS community helped and served their purpose that parts are important for a body to function. This, the CDONHS-JHS as part of Region X, the host region. “After all the hectic and sandwiched schedule we had, our effort as one school would always be a lifetime experience that we can never forget,” Mr. William C. Agomana the school principal said.


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KAGAYANG hits twice the national arena By SUNSHINE R. VILLEGAS MT-I, CDONHS-JHS

The Cagayan de Oro National High School –Junior High Special Program in the Arts has once again staged in the national level the story of KAGAYANG based from the local folklore written by Fr. Francisco R. Demetrio, S.J. in his compiled book titled “The Local Historical Sources of Northern Mindanao”. The legend was recreated and written by the creative student-writers headed by Ms. Sahira D. Mapandi, the Creative Writing specialist. The story revolves around the Cagayan de Oro River which has many widespread stories underneath its mysterious surface.It can be remembered that Kagayang was successfully staged by the SPA students last February 19, 2019 during the SPA recital at Lim Ket Kai Atrium, Cagayan de Oro City featuring the mix media approach of presentation. The collaborative efforts of the different SPA specializations have garnered positive reviews from the audience coming from the different secondary schools

of the division of Cagayan de Oro City. With much appreciated and “talk of the town performance”, the confidence of the DepEd Region X Office had opened the opportunity to stage the show twice in the national arena. First, it was staged at Abreeza Mall Davao City during the Sining Pangkabuhayan last July 24, 2019 where the story was collaborated and performed by the different delegates from Region X, namely, Tangub City, Lanao del Norte and other SPA schools from the division of Cagayan de Oro namely the Lapasan NHS, Agusan NHS and Cagayan de Oro NHS on the lead. The event has strengthened the program of CDONHS-SPA to showcase the talents and skills of the young artists on stage and at the same time coordinated with other SPA schools within the region. Just recently, the same production was staged in the World Teachers’ Day nationwide celebration at Lim Ket Kai Atrium last October 5, 2019. Kagayang had received another positive feedback

from the audience across the country which most of them are pillars in the Department of Education. This is a proof that enriching the local culture is cultivated in the awareness of the present life which can be trailed back from the past through our folklore that brings out the values and importance of our cultural heritage. The strong tie with the national government as stipulated in the constitu-

tion particularly in Sec. 7 Article 7 highlights this importance. This states that our nation should empower patriotism and nationalism through the arts to accelerate social progress and promote total human liberation and development. Thus, the schools such as CDONHS-JHS SPA used this as a tool to showcase our local culture as a means of giving information in this modern generation.


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CHALLENGES ARE INEVITABLE By RODELEN B. FARAÑAL T-1, Bayanga Elementary School

Misamis Oriental LGU, unang nakamugna sa Farmers Market sa tibuok Region 10 UNIQUE. Kini ang pulong nga mogula kanunay sa mga baba sa lideres dinhi sa Misamis Oriental kung hisgotan ang pamunuan ni Gobernador Bambi Emano. Susama na lamang sa pagtukod sa Farmers Market nga daw maoy unang lokal nga pangagamhanan ang Misamis Oriental sa tibuok Rehiyon 10 nga nakatukod niini. Saysay pa ni Ms. Marivic Tagupa, ang presidente sa Farmers Market Organization sa kapitolyo, wala siya sukad makadungog nga dunay natukod nga Farmers Market dinhi

sa amihanang Mindanao, gawas sa pamunaun sa Misamis Oriental. Atol sa gipahigayon nga Provincial Organic Agriculture Trade Fair cum Launching of Provincial Organic Farmers Market niadtong Huebes, Oktubre 3, 2019, matud ni Ms. Tagupa, si Gobernador Emano lang ang iyang nakita nga dunay tiunay nga kasing-kasing alang sa mga mag-uuma ug pagpalambo sa industriya sa agrikultura. Ang Farmers Market, gisugdan hapit na magduha ka tuig sa kapitolyo, nakaluwas sa problema sa

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mag-uuma sa pagbaligya sa ilang abot, kung diin dili na sila maglisod pagpalugsong gikan sa kabukiran sa ilang produkto ug pagbaligya niini sa mas taas nga presyo. Gani, dili malimod ni Ms. Tagupa nga nakatabang gayud sa paghatag kaikag sa mga mag-uuma nga mananom tungod kay anaa ang pamunuan ni Gobernador Emano nga moagak kanila. Ang Farmers Market, dugang ni Ms. Tagupa, wala intawon gidahom sa iyang grupo nga matukod sa kapitolyo, kung diin mahimong ma-display ug mabRA Form No. 10.1 (LCRO)

In compliance with the publication requirement and Pursuant to OCRG Memorandum Circular No. 2013-1, Guidelines in the Implementation of the Administrative Order No. 1 Series of 2012 (IRR on R.A. 10172), Notice is hereby served to the public that EUGENE TULOP MALABE has filed with this office a Petition for Correction of Clerical Error of the child’s sex from “MALE” to “FEMALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of EUGENE TULOP MALABE, who was born on 25 July 1995 at Brgy. Camayahan, Butuan City, Agusan del Norte and whose parents are EUFEMIA TAJALE TULOP and JUNITO GOLGAT MALABE. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than 25 October 2019.

(SGD.) JUDITH ALVISO-CALO, LIB, MAPA City Civil Registrar

Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province of Misamis Oriental Municipality of Salay

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In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public that ADELIA A. ABRAGAN has filed with this Office a petition for change of first name from “LUCIA” to “ADELIA” in the birth certificate of Lucia H. Abao who was born on May 6, 1955 at Kitamban, Salay, Misamis Oriental whose parents Pedro Abao and Soledad Hallasgo. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than October 18, 2019.

In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public that ADELIA A. ABRAGAN has filed with this Office a petition for change of first name from “LUCIA” to “ADELIA” in the birth certificate of Lucia H. Abao who was born on May 6, 1955 at Kitamban, Salay, Misamis Oriental whose parents Pedro Abao and Soledad Hallasgo. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than October 18, 2019.

R.A. 10172 Form No. 10.1(CLRO) Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province; Lanao Del Norte City /Municipality: Iligan City NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 7 of R.A. 10172, a notice is hereby served to the public that JOEY R. JARIOL has filed with this Office a petition for CORRECTION OF CLERICAL ERROR PARTICULARLY SEX from “FEMALE” to “MALE” in the Certificate live of birth JOEY REUYAN JARIOL who was born on November 7, 1970 at Iligan City, Lanao del Norte and whose parents are Juanita T. Reuyan and Isidro Jariol. Any person adversely affected by the said petition may file his written opposition with this office not later than OCTOBER 2019.

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loving I became understanding, dedicated, innovative, and creative; and the lack of books and commercialized materials is not the root of incompetence but complacency. Indeed, awareness and sensitivity are essential factors to deliver competent teaching and comprehensive learning. Personal and professional lives are not easy to juggle with. Both are like plants that need tender, love and care to grow healthy and strong. Weeds of challenges are inevitable but the way we fight against them makes a mammoth difference. My DepEd journey still has a long path to traverse. What I am today may differ tomorrow. All I ever wanted is a better me each step of the way and a happier me all throughout each passing day.

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aligya ang ilang produkto nga libre sa abangan sa merkado. Bisan unsa nga proyekto ug programa, kung gikinahanglan ug makatabang sa katawhan sa paglambo sa ilang kaugalingon ug kinatibuk-an sa lalawigan, suportado gayud kini ni Gobernador Bambi Emano. Busa mao na lamang ang paningkamot ni Provincial Agriculture Officer Apollo Pacamalan nga mangita pa’g daghang pamaagi nga molambo pa ang industriya sa agrikultura dinhi sa Misamis Oriental.

“Be happy with what you have and are, be generous with both, and you won’t have to hunt for happiness.” This saying reflects my nine years of public school service. Yes, there were down moments that hit me hard; yet, choosing to be happy made me flourish and become the person and teacher I am today. Teaching is my profession and it is my life. Like my family, it gives me joy as it allows me to mold young minds become emotionally and spiritually mature. It gives me a chance to mentor and partner with my co-educators and esteemed stakeholders. Honestly, I have my own share of doubts and skepticisms in the implemented programs of the department. The love of teaching, however, had put everything into light. I have realized that in

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Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province: Agusan del Norte City/Municipality: Butuan City NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province: Agusan del Norte City/Municipality: Butuan City Publication Notice NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

CCE-240-2019 (R.A. 10172) In compliance with the publication requirement and Pursuant to OCRG Memorandum Circular No. 2013-1, Guidelines in the Implementation of the Administrative Order No. 1 Series of 2012 (IRR on R.A. 10172), Notice is hereby served to the public that JULIAN MARGATE MONTE has filed with this office a Petition for Correction of Clerical Error of the child’s sex from “FEMALE” to “MALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of JULIAN MARGATE MONTE, who was born on 4 April 1995 at Brgy. Bitan-agan, Butuan City, Agusan del Norte and whose parents are MARILYN SAAVEDRA MARGATE and LAMBERTO MORILLO MONTE. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than 25 October 2019.

(SGD.) MARCEL L. CUI Municipal Civil Registrar

(SGD.) JUDITH ALVISO-CALO, LIB, MAPA City Civil Registrar

In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public that ANAMARIE YBASCO VALENCIA has filed with this Office a petition for Change of First Name from “ANA MARIA” to “ANAMARIE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of ANA MARIA BURDEOS YBASCO who was born on October 7, 1965 at Butuan Maternity Hospital, Butuan City, Agusan, Philippines and whose parents are EDGAR CALONIA YBASCO AND NINFA CULTURA BURDEOS. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than 25 October 2019.

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R.A. 10172 Form No. 10.1(CLRO) Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province; Lanao Del Norte City /Municipality: Iligan City NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 7 of R.A. 10172, a notice is hereby served to the public that JELLY ANN A. MUAÑA has filed with this Office a petition for Correction of Clerical Error particularly SEX from “M” to “FEMALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of JELLY ANN ABADIES MUAÑA who was born from October 13, 1983 at ILIGAN CITY LANAO DEL NORTE and whose parents are Irene B. Abadies and Rodolfo C. MuaÑa. Any person adversely affected by the said petition may file his written opposition with this office not later than NOVEMBER 2019. MDN: Oct. 11 & 18, 2019

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from page 5 indicator’ with 98 indicators distributed across 12 pillars, namely: Institutions, Infrastructure, ICT adoption, Macroeconomic, Health, Skills, Product Market, Labour Market, Financial System Market Size, Business Dynamism, and Innovation Capability. In the 2019 Global Competitiveness Report, the Philippines posted improvement on Pillar 1: Institutions where the survey showed an increase in rank from 101st to 87th or +14 notches. Notable was the improvement on the sub indicator “future orientation of government,” which rose from 77th to 60th. Sec. Lopez said this increase shows the significant headway made by government in terms of readiness towards digital economy and the challenges of Fourth Industrial revolution. “The impact of RA 11032 or the Ease of Doing Business and Efficient Government Service Delivery Act, the Philippine Innovation Act, and the Innovative Start-up Act should result to even higher ranking in the succeeding cycles. We are updating the Philippine eCommerce roadmap to maximize the potential that e-commerce brings,” said Sec. Lopez. Aside from Pillar 1: Institutions, the Philippines also improved its ranks on Pillar 7: Product Market from 60th to 52nd (+8) and Pillar 10: Market Size from 32nd to 31st (+1). Meanwhile, The Philippines‘ ranking declined in the following pillars:

Pillar 2: Infrastructure from 92nd to 96th Pillar 3: ICT Adoption from 67th to 88th Pillar 4: Macroeconomic from 43rd to 55th Pillar 5: Health from 101st to 102nd Pillar 8: Labour Market from 36th to 39th Pillar 9: Financial System from 39th to 43rd Pillar 11: Business Dynamism from 39th to 44th Pillar 12: Innovation Capability from 67th to 72nd “Reforms have to be sustained to always make the country move forward relative to others,” said Sec. Lopez. The drop in the Philippines’ ranking on ICT adoption from 67th to 88th is expected to rebound with the implementation of the EODB Act mandating government automation in frontline services. DTI has initiated an end-to-end registration under its Business Name Registration Next Generation System, which now provides more online payment facilities for fast and efficient online government transactions. There are also ongoing efforts to expand the online government transaction to include end-to-end processes from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to the Mayor’s permit and the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) business registration. “The recent signing of our Memorandum of Agreement with Skills Future Singapore-the 2019 GCI Most Competitive Economy-- is also expected to improve the quantity and quality of our skilled workforce

Friday, October 11, 2019 for our priority industries,” said the Trade Secretary. “On macroeconomic stability, we expect a major improvement since inflation, after soaring last year, has been addressed by an effective combination of fiscal and monetary policy actions. This has resulted to an immediate reversal, registering at 0.9% as of September and is expected to remain low for the next 2 to 3 years,” added Sec. Lopez. The DTI Secretary reported that he recently issued a Department Order stating the DTI Policy on National Competitiveness anchored on Regional Competitiveness. The DTI Competitiveness and

Innovation Group (CIG) has been directed to develop a competitiveness agenda guided by global competitiveness indices. It also mandates the strengthening of Regional Competitiveness Committees and to use the CMCI as tool to improve competitiveness on the local level since building local competitiveness is critical to long-term national competitiveness, according to DTI. Sec. Lopez also mentioned that DTI has turned over the monitoring of Ease of Doing Business (EODB) reforms to the newly-organized Anti-Red Tape Authority (ARTA) with the enactment of the EODB

Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT 4TH SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT 4th Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City IN RE: JOINT PETITION TO APPROVED AND REGISTER CIVIL CASE NO.2019-091 THE DIVORSE BETWEEN OF SPOUSES RENATO R. RODRIGUEZ MA. MAY LILIBETH B. TIRO –RODRIGUEZ, RENATO R. RODRIGUEZ AND MA. MAY LILIBETH B. TIRO-RODRIGUEZ, 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 April 17, 1997 Quezon CITY, both petitioner’s had been converted to Muslim and thereby embraced Islam Religion as their new found faith, by virtue of their respective intellectual choices which were duly registered with this court, both of them can be served with summons and other legal process relative to this case at their residents at 64-1-st East Rosario Heights, Iligan City and 27th Street, Nazareth, Cagayan de Oro 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 Seventeen (17) years now, they decided to separate live physically in bed and board, thereby, executed Memorandum of Agreement in order to formalize their separation. Since there 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 April 17, 1997, so that they will have free hand to do what a single man or woman could do without marital burdens. Reconciliation between them has 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 October 25, 2019 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 25th of September, 2019.

(SGD.) HON. OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge

MDN: Sept 27, Oct 4 & 11, 2019

Republic of the Philippines Department of Environment and Natural Resources

Republic of the Philippines Department of Environment and Natural Resources

COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES OFFICE

COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES OFFICE

LEASE OF PUBLIC LANDS

PAGPAPAUPA NG LUPANG PUBLIKO

Notice is hereby given that Community Environment and Natural Resources Office, Davao City will accept oral or written bids not later than ten (10:00) o’clock a.m. on 13 NOV 2019, for the lease for Industrial purposes of the tract of land herein below described:

Ipinabibigay alam sa madla na ang mga Community Environment and Natural Resource Office, Davao City ay tatanggap ng selyado o nakasulat na alok sa ika alas 10:00 ng umaga sa ika ___ ng 13 NOV 2019 para paupahan ang isang sukat na lupang publiko na inilarawan sa ibaba nito:

DENR-CENRO, Davao City, Gov. Chavez street, Davao City Tel Nos. (082) 227-8143

Location

:

Binugao, Toril, Davao City

Description

: Flc-112402-000134-D

:

Area

2,196 square meters

Appraised land :

Php 2,000.00 per square meter or Php 4,392,000.00 for the whole area

Value of Proposed Improvements

Php 12,000,000.00

:

Applied for by :

RICHFIELD HALLMARK INTERNATION HOLDINGS, INCORPORATED Rep. by: Julius N. Raboca

The successful bidder if other than the applicant must reimburse the latter of the expenses for the publication of the notice of lease and the survey of the land. The right to lease the land will be awarded to the person offering the highest annual rental, which shall not be less than three per centum (3%) of the value of the land plus one per centum (1%) of the value of the proposed/ existing improvements. In order that a person may be entitled to participate in the bidding, he must be a qualified public land applicant, and must, before the commencement of the same, make a deposit equivalent to at least three (3) months rental. Only deposit in cash, money order, treasury warrant, certified checks, cashier’s check or manager’s check can be accepted. A person bidding in representation of another may do so under a duly executed power of attorney. During the bidding, the bidder has to make an additional deposit every time his bid is raised, to complete the three (3) month’s rental, otherwise, such bid as raised shall not be accepted. The right is reserve to reject any or all bids

Davao City, Philippines, 23 SEP 2019.

MDN: Sept 27, Oct 4, 11, 18, 25 & Nov 1, 2019

DENR-CENRO, Bangkal, Davao City Tel Nos. (082) 227-8143

Lugar

:

Binugao, Toril, Davao City

Deskripsyon

: Flc-112402-000134-D

:

Sukat

2,196 metro kwadrado

Tasahan ng Lupa :

Php 2,000.00 kada metro kwadrado o Kabuuang Php 4,392,000.00

Halaga ng nakatayong Proyekto

Php 12,000,000.00

:

Aplikante : RICHFIELD HALLMARK INTERNATION HOLDINGS, INCORPORATED Rep. by: Julius N. Raboca Ang karapatan na upahan ng nasabing lupa ay ibibigay sa tao o partido na makapagbigay ng pinakamataas na upa sa isang taon na hindi bababa sat along (3%) porsyento sa halaga ng lupa at isang (1%) porsyento sa halaga ng itatayong estraktura. Upang ang isang tao ay makakasama sa isasagawang subasta, kailangang siya ay karapat-dapat na aplikante at kailangang bago magsimula ang subasta ay nakakadeposito siya ng halagang katumbas ng tatlong buwan upa. Ang deposito ay kailangang salaping papel, money order, cashier’s o manager’s check, ang siya lamang tatangapin. Ang isang tao na sumali sa subasta na nagrerepresenta ng ibang tao ay makakasali lamang kung mayroon siyang pahintulot na ibinigay sa pamamagitan ng kaukulang pahintulot na nilagdaan ng Notaryo Publiko. Sa panahon ng subasta, ang taong sumali ay magkaroon ng dagdag na deposito kapag ang kanyang alok ay itinataas para makumpleto ang kabuuang tatlong buwang upa. Ang karapatang tumanggi o tanggihan ang anumang alok o sa lahat ng alok ay palaging nakalaan para sa pamahalaan. Ang magwawagi sa alok na ito kung hindi siya ang aplikante ay kinakailangang tutumbasan ang kabayarang nagugol sa pagpapalathala ng panawagang ito at sa pagpapasukat ng lupa.

Lungsod ng Dabaw, 23 SEP 2019.

MDN: Sept 27, Oct 4, 11, 18, 25 & Nov 1, 2019

Act. “This will now allow DTI to focus on other horizontal issues to improve national competitiveness,” he added. Moreover, Sec. Lopez said DTI has endorsed to the Office of the President a proposed Executive Order (EO) creating an Inter-Cabinet Cluster on Competitiveness (I-CCC), that will address impediments to competitiveness using a wholeof-government approach. The proposed Executive Order will bring together national agencies such as the departments of Trade and Industry (DTI), Interior and Local Government (DILG), Finance (DOF), as well as the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA), the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), other concerned government agencies, and ‘eminent persons’ from the private sector that will work jointly at the national and regional levels. Lastly, the Trade Chief said DTI needs to fully understand the WEF methodology since 30% is based on an opinion survey by executives. Seventy percent of the indicator weight derived its results from various specialized organizations such as the World Bank, IMF, WTO, WHO, etc. Meanwhile, 30% are from the WEF’s Execu-

tive Opinion Survey, which involves 15,000 business executives surveyed with the help of 160+ partner institutes.

AFFIDAVIT OF SELF ADJUDICATION

of ONE HUNDRED (100) square meters, more or less; OCT No. P-34507 Lot : Lot 172, Cad-277 Ext., Case 5; Location : Poblacion, Pantukan, Compostela Valley Province; Area : FIVE HUNDRED EIGHTY TWO (582) square meters more or less; TCT NO. T-15590; A parcel of land (Lot “B” of the subdivision plan Psd-43484, Sheetl, being a portion of the land described on Plan H-75777-D, G.L.R.C. Rec. No. situated in the Barrio of Kingking, Municipality of Pantukan, Province of Davao; containing an area of TWENTY THOUSAND (20,000) square meters, more or less; TCT No. T-54052; Lot 21159, Cad-369-D Beginning at a point marked “1” of Lot 21159, Cad-369-D, being S. 31-37 W., from BLLM No. 1, Cad-237; Containing an area of ONE THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED SIXTY THREE (1,263) square meters; TAX DECLARATION NO. G-173837; Owner : MONTEJO, AURELIA I.; address : Lumbia, Cagayan de Oro City; Location of Property : Lumbia, Cagayan de Oro City; Cadastral Lot No. : 21194; Area of : 583.000; TAX DECLARATION No. G-251782; Owner : MONTEJO, AURELIA I. ; address : Acacia St. Carmen Cagayan de Oro City; Location of Property : Kauswagan, Cagayan de Oro City; Area of : 300.00; TAX DECLARATION No. G-088141; Owner : MONTEJO, AURELIA I. ; address : Acacia St. Carmen Cagayan de Oro City; Location of Property : Kauswagan, Cagayan de Oro City; Area of : 150.00; is the subject of AFFIDAVIT OF SELF ADJUDICATION; MICHAEL IGOS MONTEJO, of legal age, married to Ruth Rugay Montejo and now residing at No. 118 Acasia Street, Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines; Under Notary Public of Atty. FRANCO P. ESPINO; as per Doc. No. 344; Page No. 69; Book No. IV; Series of 2013.

Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the late of AURELIA IGOS MONTEJO, who died intestate in the City of Cagayan de Oro. Philippines on November 29, 2012; That the decedent at the time of her death left real properties consisting of parcels of land which are more particularly described as follows: OCT NO. P-1849; Lot 21195, Case 2, Cad-309-D A parcel of LAND, Lot 21195, Case 2, Cad-369-D Cagayan Cadastre Extension; situated in the Barrio of Lumbia, City of Cagayan de Oro Island of Mindanao; containing an area of SIX HUNDRED SEVENTY (970) SQUARE METERS; TCT No. T-44555; A parcel of land (Lot “A” of the subdivision plan Psd-51969, being a portion of the land described of plan H-107914, L.R.C. Record No.) situated in the Barrio of Kingking, Municipality of Pantukan, Province of Davao; containing an area of TEN THOUSAND (10,000) square meters; TCT No. T-45291; Lot No. 21196, Cad-369-D Beginning at a point marked “1” of Lot 21196, Cad369D being S. 30-07’ W., 9894.14 m. from BLLM No. 1 Cad-237; containing an area of SEVEN HUNDRED EIGHT (708) square meters; TCT No. T-189171; Lot : 2006-A-5-B-2, PSD-10-056972; Portion of Lots : 2006-A-5-B, PSD-10-002809; Surveyed for : Aurelia Montejo; Land Use: Residential; Location : Carmen, Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental Island of Mindanao; Area : TWO HUNDRED FORTY EIGHT (248) square meters more or less; OCT No. P-8331 Lot No. 13104, CAD 295 (Lot No. 428B, CSD-10-015444) A parcel of land, Lot No. 13104, cad 295 (Lot No. 428-B, CSD-10-015444) situated at Barrio Barangay 1, City of GINGOOG, Province of Misamis Oriental, Island of Mindanao; Containing an area

EXTRA-JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE WITH WAIVER OF RIGHTS Notice is hereby given that the intestate of the late CARMENCITA GERODIAS FEROLIN, who died intestate in Davao City on November 15, 2013, without any will or testament; that the deceased, at the time of her death, left her share of that parcel of land located at Lot 23, Blk. 46, Watermelon St., Ciudad Esperanza, Cabantian, Buhangin, Davao City, containing an area of ONE HUNDRED TWENTY (120) SQUARE METERS, more or less, including a residential building contracted there on, covered by TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE No. 305156 of the registry of Deeds for the City of Davao; are the subject of EXTRA JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE WITH WAIVER OF RIGHTS; made an entered into by and among: RUBEN S. FEROLIN JR., of legal age, Filipino, widower, and a resident of Quezon Ave., Pikit, North Cotabato, Philippines; and JERSON G. FEROLIN, of legal age, Filipino, married to Daisy Joy S. Ferolin, and a resident of Blk. 46, Lot 23, Watermelon St., Ciudad Esperanza, Cabantian, Buhangin, Davao City, Philippines; Under Notary Public of atty. SALVADOR M. BIJIS; as per Doc. No. 424; Page No. 86; Book No. 166; Series of 2019. MDN: Oct 4, 11 & 18, 2019

MDN: Sept 27, Oct 4 & 11, 2019

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

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

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

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

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

CORRALES BRANCH Corrales Ave., Cagayan de Oro City

CARMEN BRANCH Vamenta Blvd.,Cagayan de Oro City Tel. # (088) 231-2011


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Bonding...

from page 12 destinations of direct foreign investors specifically for manufacturing and service oriented companies. Domestic economic activities are expected to grow as it is likely to receive a huge portion of the projected USD1.24 billion investment pledges which could potentially generate 16,000 jobs. “Anchored on our promise to foster and provide Meaningful Banking, we aim to move, change, and grow together with our Japanese clients here in Cebu. We will support them in every step of the way, as they scale up their businesses. This golf tournament is just one way we demonstrate this commitment outside the usual banking solutions” said Metrobank Corporate Banking Group Head Anthony Ocampo Jr. Since 1996, Metrobank has been developing alliances with businesses from Japan, including the Japan Bank for International Cooperation, Japan Finance Corporation, and 65 other major Japanese financial institutions. In the same year, Metrobank became the first local bank to be granted a license to operate in Tokyo and Osaka by the Ministry of Finance. This service commitment to customers reflects the bank’s recent citations from The Asian Banker, a prestigious award-giving body for the Asia Pacific region. They lauded the financial company as the Best Managed Bank in the Philippines. Metrobank’s products and services on cash management, trade finance, and foreign exchange were likewise recognized by the same award-giving institution.

Mercy...

from page 4 be needed is just a very simple thing like changing the tone of the voice to make it more welcoming and understanding, etc. Yes, priests should be a father, doctor, friend, lawyer to everyone especially in the sacrament of confession. In fact, as St. Paul once said, we should be “all things to all men to save some.” (1 Cor 9, 22)/ pn

Upgrade...

from page 7 no-frost refrigerators also showcase a variety of innovative features and elegant designs like silver glass door finish, high-grade stainless steel, or black premium steel doors. Meanwhile, the line of fully automatic washers boast of the exclusive Variable Water Pressure Technology which allows them to function even with very little water pressure. Available in 6.5, 7.5, 8.5, and 10.5kg capacities, users from areas suffering from water scarcity can finally enjoy the convenience of having a fully automatic HD Inverter washer with low water and energy consumption. For those who want to live a healthier lifestyle, the new Fujidenzo Fit ‘n’ Go Slow Juicers have made this journey simpler. With a super slow speed of 45rpm for maximum juicing performance, this allows you to get the most from your fruits and vegetables. Nutrient retention is also very high since the entire process produces less heat and friction. Finally, to ensure that all your appliances are protected from power surges and fluctua-

tions commonly experienced in our country, Fujidenzo has also come out with an Automatic Voltage Regulator. Available in 1,500VA and 2,000VA capacities, it is equipped with a 100% copper motor and Servo motor control that enables it to properly capture and regulate power fluctuations. These AVRs are also equipped with an Overvoltage Protection feature which assures you that your appliances will always be safe in the event of a dangerous power surge. So if you’re ready to upgrade the quality of your life, Fujidenzo products are available in all leading appliance stores nationwide. Exclusively distributed by Excellence Appliance Technologies with the support of over 250 service centers nationwide, you can also drop by their showrooms in Quezon City, Cebu, Davao, Bacolod, and Iloilo or visit their official website at www. fujidenzo.com.

Fighters...

from page 3 themselves to the folds of law in order to sustain the peace we achieve thru our relentless military operation,” Cuerpo said in a statement from 1st DPAO. Meanwhile, Maj. Gen. Roberto Ancan, the 1st Infantry Division and Joint Task Force Zampelan (Zamboanga Peninsula and Lanao Provinces) commander, commended the efforts of the troops for the successful surrender of local terrorist member. “Your 1st Infantry (TABAK) Division, in collaboration with the LGUs and other stakeholders, remains steadfast in its commitment to attain just and lasting peace in our area of operation thru our campaign against local terrorist groups and other threats,” said Ancan. “Likewise, we thank the local government and other stakeholders for their continued trust and support to our troops in contributing peace and development in the whole province of Lanao del Sur,” Ancan added.

Complex...

from page 1 Mayor Ernesto Evangelista said the establishment of the processing plant was part of the local government’s continuing effort to help rice farmers affected with the implementation of Republic Act 11203 or the Rice Tariffication Law (RTL). “This project serves a living proof that our municipal government could actively address the problems faced by the rice farmers and the agricultural sector, in general. We hope this project could also generate local employment for our people since this will be managed by a cooperative,” Evangelista said in his speech. The local chief executive has urged rice farmers from other barangays to take advantage of the facility as it would lessen their production costs. Municipal Agriculturist Elmer Degorio said the multipass rice mill was funded under the Department of Agriculture’s (DA) rice program. “GISACO will take ownership of the project. This project could generate income and provide enough financing for their operations especially to qualified farmers who are engaged in rice farming,” he said. Degorio explained that farmers could avail of the services once GISACO starts operating the multi-pass rice mill.

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Friday, October 11, 2019 “A multi-pass rice mill has a recovery rate from 65 percent to 70 percent. The farmers’ rice mills will be more efficient than most that are currently operated by rice millers,” he said. Apart from the multi-pass rice mill, GISACO also received several pieces of farm machinery such as pre-cleaning systems, a destoner unit, rubber huller, paddy separator, and a multi-pass whitening system. (PNA)

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from page 1 excel would be given lessons and time to use surfboards brought by Hannah from Sydney. Most of the boards are donated by Australian surfers and Hannah brings them back from Sydney. Smart, Sustainable Surfers Dubbed “Smart, Sustainable Surfers”, the project uses the children’s love of surfing as the incentive for participating in education, sustainability and skills programs. The project aims to create a generation of well educated, environmentally conscious students who have the skills and opportunities necessary to alleviate poverty and protect the environment. Children earn ‘SSS Points’ by attending school and participating in project activities such as beach cleans, eco-bricking workshops, English classes and a variety of skills classes. The number of points earned at the end of each week determines which children can use the Sun Crew boards. Children must attend school for a minimum of 4 days to be eligible to surf and members with the most points get first dibs at board time. Surf instructors from the local community are employed to ensure the safety of the children while in the water. The project is designed to teach children about the importance of education, believing in their own potential, and demanding more from themselves and their communities. Some 50 kids aged 8-16 years have so far benefitted from the project. However, older kids who just want to learn how to surf and help keep the environment clean have also been involved in the project. “We don’t allow kids to borrow the surfboards if they miss their classes,” Wemar said. “If they study, they can borrow the boards anytime during weekend. We get their attendance every Friday to verify if they indeed attended classes.” Core Values The Sun Crew have adopted Sustainability, Education and Empowerment as its Core Values. “The ocean provides rural island communities with food, income and ultimately life and preserving the ocean is at the heart of all of we do.” “We believe the fight to

overcome poverty and the fight to address plastic pollution are the same fight, and education is the key.” “We believe that empowering women and children with skills, knowledge and opportunities is the best way to create effective, lasting change.” Sun Crew Projects Besides Smart, Sustainable Surfers, the group are also undertaking other projects such as Plastic Forward as its local solution to address the plastic waste problem facing the Philippine seas and oceans worldwide. “Our SSS kids collect plastic wastes from households every end of the month and help us in our beach clean-up every weekend. On weekdays, they also help us cut up soft plastics like sachets and these form the material we use to make pillows that we use. In the future we hope to sell these also to raise funds for our projects,” Wemar said. Tours with Impact is designed to ensure local residents are the major benefactors of tourism in Surigao through their Charity Surf School that employs local people from rural villages with 100% of profits go towards creating fair-employment for local people and supporting our education, sustainability and skills programs in the local community. Not the least, Wahines on Waves aims to empower women to uplift communities from poverty by creating lasting change. This project enables young girls to surf and to be actively engaged in their education, encouraging them to pursue a future beyond the traditional role of women in rural communities. “We work with local women to educate them on sustainable practices and empower them to be the leaders in the fight to protect the environment. We employ local women to run our programs, providing stable income to multiple families in the community. We believe that supporting these women and their children is the key to the achieving the sustainable island communities we are working to create.” Future Plans At present, The Sun Crew’s activities are confined to Siargao but they plan to extend to Baler, Aurora; Surigao del Sur, and other surfing destinations in the future. Now 23, Wemar started surfing when he was only 10 in his hometown of Barangay Pacifico in San Isidro Municipality. He taught himself surfing but was later coached by Manuel Melindo of Cloud 9 when he joined Team Siargao. For the long term, The Sun Crew plan to acquire a plastic recycling machine and have submitted a proposal to Coca-Cola Philippines for consideration. The Sun Crew would also like to contribute their equity investment in the

SCOUTING IN SCHOOL Life Training Begins By PACITA N. UA-O T-I Bongbongon Elementary School

Scouting in many years encourages girls and boys scouting training is being implemented in school. Scouting fosters children to be the people they are ought to be in the future As adult scouters it is our responsibility to implemented its training to our pupils. A Basic Training Course or BTC has been conducted last October 2017 and teacher participants has been eager to learn to be dissimated in school chilmachine which costs from P100, 000-500,000 depending on the brand and quality. Besides donations from supportive institutions like Coca-Cola Philippines, The Sun Crew also raise funds through the sale of tee shirts in partnership with Kermit Gwapitos which donates 100% of the proceeds to the group for its projects. Should you find yourself someday in Siargao, you can clean and surf on Saturdays and Sundays with The Sun Crew at Pilar, Pacifico and Alegria towns. Proceeds from their tours, surf lessons and board rentals go towards educational programs aimed towards helping local women and children. fb.com/thesuncrew; IG: @thesuncrew

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Mallberry Business Suites and Hotel in Cagayan de Oro City covered Regions 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (Barmm). During the activity, the CORDS presented updates, accomplishments, issues and concerns in line with the implementation of various projects of ELCAC here in Mindanao. It can be recalled that last December, President Duterte signed Executive Order No. 70 creating ELCAC instituting the whole of nation approach to combat the more than half century-long communist insurgency in the country. The whole of nation approach constitutes the priority of government services, development packages and infra construction in conflictaffected areas. CORDS present in the activity were Secretaries Karlo Nograles, Isidro Lapeña and Rolando Joselito Bautista, Undersecretaries Lorraine Badoy and Cesar Yano and Assistant Secretary Daniella Marie Culangen.

dren. Scouting is celebrated usually in October more learning and fun-filled activities will be experienced by our girls and Boys Scouts. Scouting is a form of movement that aims to support children in their physical, mental and spiritual development. Children may play constructive roles in school family and community with a strong focus in the outdoors and survival skill. During the summit, the CORDS also assessed their respective current performances in each region for the past ten months since they were institutionalized. Gaps and possible solutions were identified - all these concerns would be forwarded to Duterte himself during the upcoming National ELCAC Summit. DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL PARTITION WITH SPECIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the late CASIMERA LEYSON GANAS, who died sometime on September 24, 2019 at Camp Philips, Agusan Canyon, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon without any will; that the said deceased, at the time of her death, left a savings deposit under account no. 100120-04521-5 of the Philippine Postal Bank of Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon; are the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT, made and entered into by and among: THE HEIRS OF MCLIN L. GANAS, namely: VEVENCIA T. GANAS, widow, MCLIN T. GANAS, JR. and PRINCESS MAE T. GANAS, both single and residents of Alae, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon; HENRY G. CALAM, of legal age, married, a resident of Alae, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon; NIEZER G. PAJARA, of legal age, married, a resident of Alae, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon; THE HEIRS OF PACITO L. GANAS, namely; HELEN M. GANAS, widow, SHIELA MAE G. PANES, MYLA JANE G. RANAS and EIN LOU G. TAALA, all married and residents of Alae, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon; ROY L. GANAS, of legal age, married, a resident of Alae, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon; ERMITO L. GANAS, of legal age, married, a resident of Lunocan, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon; JOSIE G. CENABRE, of legal age, married, a resident of Lunocan, Manolo Fortich; and ELISA G. SARENO, of legal age, married, a resident of Lunocan, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon; that the parties hereto do hereby name, constitute and appoint their sister JOSIE G. CENABRE, to be their true and lawful attorney, for them and in their names, places and stead to close the account, withdraw and/or encash from the said Philippine Postal Bank of Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon; Under Notary Public of Atty. JERSON S. LEYSON; as per Doc. No. 233; Page No. 46; Book No. 1; Series of 2019. MDN: Oct 11, 18 & 25, 2019

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Circulo Zamboangueño marks 62nd Year of Fiesta Pilar celebration in Cagayan de Oro The venerated image of La Virgen del Pilar at Zamboanga City’s Fort Pilar Shrine

EL Circulo Zamboangueño de Cagayan de Oro will mark their 62nd anniversary of celebrating Fiesta Pilar in Cagayan de Oro with a mass and cena communal at Alavar’s/Cucina de Oro this Saturday, 12 October 2019. This will be preceded by a mass to be held at the Lady of Manaog Chapel at Shop-

wise, Limketkai Center. Manny Aliñabon, the perennial host for the Fiesta Pilar, said the traditional nine-day novena for Nuestra Señora Virgen del Pilar de Zaragoza, the city’s patron saint, started October 3 at and was hosted by different families for the duration. El Circulo Zambo-

Family Picture of the Zamboangueno Community in Cagayan de Oro during the Fiesta Pilar celebration of 2015 at La Ilongga.

angueño is the association of families originating from “Asia’s Latin City” of Zamboanga. Every October for the past 61 years, El Circulo has unfailingly celebrated the Feast Day of Zamboanga’s Patroness, our Lady of the Pillar with the traditional nine-day novena and mass on October 12. Besides the annual Fiesta Pilar, El Circulo also undertakes charity works such as the benefit show of the award winning film ILO ILO held last November 13, 2014 at SM CDO Cinema for the benefit of the Zamboanga siege victims. Proceeds of the show were later turned over to Zamboanga City Mayor Beng Climaco during her visit to Cagayan de Oro last 2015. Viva Nuestra Sra. La Virgen del Pilar!

ANUNCIO! Hermanos y Hermanas del Circulo Zamboangueño de Cagayan De Oro. El de aton Novena para dela Virgen ya principia del fecha 3 hasta fecha 11 del Octubre cada 6:00 de la noche (acabar el misa) alla na Xavier University Church of the Immaculate Conception. El celebracion del dia de fiesta hay principia na un Misa na Lady of Manaog Chapel, Shopwise Mall, Limketkai Center, 5:30 por la tarde. El Sena Comunal hay socede alla na Cucina de Oro/Alavars, detras del Limketkai Center alas 6:30 de la noche y tiene colección P250 cada viviente para de aton comida, golocinas y otros mas. Para de vosotros preguntas, por favor llama o text con Sr. Bebot Aliñabon 0917117-3857 (Globe) o 0918-909-1859 (Smart). (Tito Mike)

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