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CAGAYAN de Oro City Hundreds of would-be-voters swarmed the city’s elections office here Wednesday to beat the suspension of registration to give way for the filing of the Certificate of Candidacy (COC) Monday next week. Palmer Palamine, the city’s election officer, said on Wednesday that, at least, 13,000 voters have remained without “biometric” records with the City Commissions on Elections (COMELEC) here. He said that the COMELEC would temporarily suspend the “biometric” verification, registration of voters, and transfer of See office, page A11

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RUFUS IN CAMBODIA

Rep. Rufus B. Rodriguez, standing 3R, presents a token of appreciation to the officials of the local government of Siem Reap, Cambodia during a recent visit there. Rodriguez accompanied by Congressmen in Northern Mindanao and the regional directors in Region 10 establish coordination on tourism development and promotion of trade. Also in the photo are Reps. Henry Oaminal, Malou Acosta-Alba, Juliette Uy, Maximo Rodriguez Jr. and NEDA Regional Director Leon Dacanay. Ambassador Chris Montero welcomes the group. KD

Mindanao a potential investment destination, says BIMP-EAGA

COEXISTENCE OF CHURCH AND STATE – VICE GOVERNOR JOEY G. PELAEZ welcomes the participants of CHRISTAR INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 2015 at the Marco Hotel, Cugman, Cagayan de Oro City. In his message, Vice Governor Pelaez emphasized the coexistence between the Church and State more than the concept of the separation of church and state which had become a topic in public discussions recently. Both, according to the Vice Governor, should complement each other’s objectives. The Leadership Conference was attended by local and international leaders of Christar International such as REV. ULDARICO TABADA, JR. (Christar Philippines Director), REV. NOEL TRIVILEGIO (Christar Philippines Board Chairman), REV. BRENT McHUGH (Christar International Director) and REV. GREG PARSON (Christar International Board Chairman), among others.

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CAGAYAN de Oro City The police has launched a manhunt operation against the suspect in the slaying of a lawyer in Bukidnon last Tuesday morning. The suspect identified as Alfredo M. Sese,of Pingas, Alitagtag, Batangas, turned out to be one of the passengers of lawyer Pepito C. Suello who was driving his car to attend a hearing in Malaybalay City Tuesday morning. In a report reaching here, Police Chief Inspector Silvestre Asiong, Jr., spokesperson of the Bukidnon police command, said that Sese, together with another lawyer identified as Alvy B. Damasco, was the passenger of the victim. Suello, 63, died of gunshot wounds an hour later while undergoing treatment in a hospital in Malaybalay City. He sustained a gunshot wound on the right side of his body and an open wound on the right eyebrow. Police investigators said that Suello, together with Sese and Damasco, was driving his car to attend a hearing at a trial court in Malaybalay City Tuesday morning when shot by an unknown assailant.

DAVAO City - Mindanao has a potential of becoming an investment destination, a top official of the Brunei, Darussalam-Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines East Asean Growth Area (BIMPEAGA) Trade and Investment Cluster said. In an interview during the launch of the Department of Trade and Industry 11’s one-stop facility Ecofusion at the Abreeza of the Ayala Malls on Tuesday, Caybo Purnomo, acting chair of the BIMP-EAGA Police investigators also Trade and Investment Cluster, specifically cited recovered seven fire cartourism, processing, and tridge of Cal. 9 mm firearms, agriculture as investment one deformed fired a bullet See bimp-eaga, page A11

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DOE and ERC to clear framework on competitive selection process T he Department of Energy (DOE) and the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) will still have to clarify the framework for the competitive selection process (CSP), which has a deadline on October 27. Through the CSP, distribution utilities are mandated to aggregate their power demand and bid this out -- to lower the cost of electricity bills. The CSP requires that the winning bidder has

the least cost for power at a per kilowatthour (kWh) rate. The policy contains the market for generation companies -- since if the company loses on a bid -- it has no other choice but to sell through the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (WESM), where there is greater risk of not being called to provide power. It avoids many bilateral agreements, which is the current and prevailing contracts signed for power capacities. With that, each

bilateral agreement entered by a distribution utility usually has different rates, making electricity prices more expensive when combined. ” The implementing guidelines will be released on Oct. 27, based on the circular. The comments we have received from Cebu and Davao will be processed

-- we recognize there are many valid points and concerns. We still have a lot of items to clarify, but maybe it’s a matter of translating so we have a clear framework as to the CSP. But we will clarify that and present it to the principals,” DOE Electric Power Industry Management Bureau Director

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Peso appreciates vs. dollar on higher expectations for Fed rate delay The Philippine peso surged against the greenback Wednesday on more negative economic data from the US. It ended the day at PhP46.14, or PhP0.33 better than the PhP46.47 in the previous trading. A trader partly attributed this to the widening of US trade deficit in August 2015

to US$ 48.3 billion, larger than market expectation of about US$ 47.4 billion. "This made investors more convinced for the delay in the Fed (Federal Reserve) rate hike to next year," the trader said. For the day, the local unit opened at PhP46.40, sideways from the PhP46.45 a day ago.

It traded between its closing level and PhP46.44 resulting to an average of PhP46.27. Volume of trade further went up to US$ 1.24 billion from day-ago's US$ 1.11 billion. For Thursday the currency pair is seen to trade between PhP46.10 and PhP46.30. (PNA) LGI/JSV/EDS

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The applicant shall cause the publication of this Order once in any of the five (5) major newspapers of national circulation in the Philippines or in a newspaper of local circulation, as applicable. Applicant shall present the jurisdictional, qualification and documentary requirements in a hearing to be conducted on 14 October 2015 at 10:00 o’clock in the morning at the MARINA, Regional Office, PPL/Lt Mario B. Portus, Jr. PPA Compound, Surigao City. The Applicant shall be required to make a written Formal Offer of Evidence (FOE), afterwhich, the application is deemed submitted for resolution/ decision, upon acceptance of such FOE and declaration that the cause is submitted for decision. WITNESS, the Honorable MARINA Administrator, Maximo Q. Mejia, Jr. PhD, this 2nd day of October 2015, Surigao City, Philippines. BY AUTHORITY OF THE BOARD: (SGD) ENGR. EMMANUEL B. CARPIO, MMSA Regional Director MDN: Oct. 8, 2015

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‘Maxi’ to enjoy ‘Abamin’ votes Except for two vacant slots for city councilor in the city’s second district, the Centrist Democratic Party (CDP) of Rep. Rufus Rodriguez has already a complete slate. The CDP has endorsed Party List Rep. Maximo Rodriguez, of Abante Mindanao (Abamin), as the official congressional candidate for the city’s second district. Being Rufus chief of staff prior to becoming Abamin’s party list representative, Maxi Rodriguez, Jr. has already enough background and experience on the workings of the House of Representatives.

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The news report disclosed that then Mayor Dongkoy Emano was rushed to Manila for more treatment. And this stunned me so much because it only showed that Cagayan de Oro does not have the equipment or facilities to treat the mayor who was earlier reported as suffering from low sugar. Emano is lucky he has the money to fly to Manila for treatment. It has been like that ever since and a lot of local residents who can afford proceed to Manila for treatment. I know we have competent doctors and medical staff who can perform all kinds of medical problems,

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With 80 rural and urban villages, Cagayan De Oro City has 1,745 precincts with 360 clustered precincts. Of the 80 villages, 56 belonged to the second district, while

the 24 villages belonged to the first district. Obviously, the total number of registered voters in the second district is greater than the total number of registered voters in the first district. Considering that the total number of registered voters in the 2016 national and local elections has increased to 290,000, the figure representing the 81 percent of actual voters would mean a total of 235,000 actual voter turnout. Thus, if Maxi could get a minimum of 80,000 votes or more, the same as that on the Abamin party list, then, See diaz, page A11

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but if we do not have the facilities like those modern machines used in diagnosis and treatment, we have to go to Manila. To the wealthy patients, going to Manila is not a

problem, but how about the average people who cannot afford the cost involved. To consider are the things involved like the patient staying in the hospital for days, the relatives and friends who would stay in hotels, the food, airline fares, etc. All these are impossible to the lowly paid workers and because there is no choice available for them, they die with a broken heart. It is the problem of the government to provide health care to the taxpayers specially the poor. It is, therefore, proper that it should provide the facilities to do so. In the first place, patients pay hospital bills

such as doctors, medicines and others. Government hospitals must be equipped with modern items to save the lives of people. I was still a little boy when I was hearing about people airlifted to Manila for medical service. I thought this was over, but there the matter goes on without a bit of improvement. This is ridiculous and I suggest our leaders should look into this matter and make health service available to everyone who needs it. What are hospitals for if they are helpless in treating patients because of lack of equipment? We must save lives by all means.

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Thus, Maxi’s selection by the CDP as a candidate for congress is a wise move. The CDP sees Maxi filling the shoes of his younger brother Rufus in Congress. Would Maxi make it? What are the chances of Maxi? Let us take a glimpse. In the 2013 national and local elections, Maxi as party list representative was able to get about 80,000 votes in the second district of Cagayan De Oro City alone. By the way, the registered voters in Cagayan De Oro City’s first and second district in 2013 was 277,931 with a voting turnout of 224, 043 or an 80.61 percent turnout.

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damage that global warming and extreme weather changes are inflicting around the world: these global deaths and destruction, already devastating as they are, are just the beginning, and would get worse in the days to come. They will cause more deaths and destruction, all intended to destroy, demolish and annihilate all of us, because global warming and extreme weather changes are not simply occurrences arising from man’s recklessness over nature and the

environment. They represent God’s curses, sent by God Himself, and were clearly written and warned about in the Bible as punishment from God, to make all of us perish, and completely destroyed, for one single fault: we have turned our backs on Him, as the faith we have is a dead faith as it is not accompanied by works. There is therefore nothing that man, by himself, can do about global warming and extreme weather changes and with the death and destruction that come in their wake, even with his climate change and global warming conferences and other furious initiatives. The only thing we can do now is to solve these

problems with God, but this will happen only if we follow God’s prescription on how to fight them. Unfortunately, no one of sufficient global stature has as yet viewed this problem from the perspective of God, and of His Holy Word, the Bible. -oooHUMANS HAVE NO SOLUTION TO WEATHER EXTREMES, BUT GOD HAS: Jay Lawrimore, the chief of climate analysis at the National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, North Carolina, USA, said: “The climate is changing. Extreme events are occurring with greater frequency, and in many cases with greater intensity.” In a story that appeared in the Inquirer on Tuesday,

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Do good “And if you do good only to those who do good to you, why should you get credit? Even sinners do that much!” -Luke 6:33

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conditionally? It’s difficult to give a helping hand to a boss who doesn’t treat you well, or even someone who cheats, lies, or harms you. However, God challenges us to do just that. Try It’s effortless to love your closest selecting someone who fits into one friends and family. But what about of those categories and do something those who don’t love you back un- nice for them.


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BPI supports young social entrepreneurs thru 1st BPI Sinag business plan competition MAKATI City - Metro Manila - BPI Foundation, in collaboration with the Ateneo Center for Social Entrepreneurship (ACSENT) and BPI Family Ka-Negosyo, today awarded young social entrepreneurs at the first ever BPI Sinag Pitch Day at the Alpha Tents in Makati City. BPI Sinag is a business plan competition aimed at empowering young Filipino entrepreneurs with a social mission. Over 150 entries from around the Philippines were submitted to BPI Foundation, 40 of which were chosen to go through a Social Entrepreneurship Boot Camp and the best 10 going on to participate at the BPI Sinag Pitch Day. On October 6, 2015, 10 finalists was given a chance to pitch their social enterprise business plans to a panel of judges consisting of Jim Ayala, social entrepreneur and founder of Hybrid Social Solutions Inc.; Josiah Go, Chairman and Chief Marketing Strategist of Mansmith and Fielders Inc.; Chit Juan, Founder of Bank of the Philippine Islands l 6768 Ayala Avenue, Makati City 1226 PH l (02) 816 9288 l bpifoundation. org I 2 ECHOStore; Ramon Lopez, Go Negosyo Executive Director; Injap Sia, property developer and founder of Mang Inasal; and Mark Yu, CFO of SEAOIL Philippines. The social entrepreneurs’ business plans were judged based on the following criteria: 20%, social impact and business model; 20%, market strategy and competitive analysis; 20, design and development plan; 20%, financial plan; 10%, management and organizational plan; and 10%, pitch presentation and summary of overall business plan. Each of the top five finalists was awarded P200,000, a six-month mentorship, and access to the Ateneo Business Incubation Center. On top of this prize, the grand awardee also received P300,000. All the awardees will also be given access to financing options such as crowdfunding, debt and equity and venture philanthropy. BPI Family Ka Negosyo granted each top five awardees P100,000 worth of advertising mileage via Facebook promoted posts, a Ka Negoyso credit line of

up to P300,000, and a People’s Choice Awards worth P20,000 for the finalist with the most number of “likes” on Facebook. The finalists who participated during the BPI Sinag pitch day are Kevin Philip Gayao of Agritech Mutual Laboratories (AGMULA); Herxilia Protacio and Ron Dizon of Bayani Brew Inc.; Asa Feinstein of CocoAsenso; Catherine Patacsil and Tajen Sui of First Harvest; Janine Mikaella Chiong and Allister Roy Chua of Habi Footwear Fabien Courteille; Paul Andrew Orpiada and Leciel Ramos of Karaw Craftventures; Winston Fopalan, M.D. of MicroMedics; Fabien Courteille of Plush & Play; Alvin Kingson Tan of Siglo; and Ryan Gersava of Virtualahan. The finalists come from various industries such as manufacturing and production, IT and business process outsourcing, health and wellness, and retail and trade. BPI recognizes that social enterprises are one of the sustainable ways to engage and uplift those at the bottom of the pyramid, allowing for inclusive growth. It is the goal of BPI Sinag to encourage members of the private sector to participate in the development of social enterprises as a way to create jobs and provide basic services for those in the country that need it most. “The way we do business should produce positive side effects—this isn’t simply taking a CSR approach. This requires a mindset that needs to be engrained in the way we function, in order for more people to become beneficiaries of the business—shareholders, clients, employees,” said BPI President and CEO Cezar P. Consing. The BPI Sinag Pitch Day also included a discussion on how the public and private sectors how inclusive social development should enable the youth. The discussion panel included Chairman and CEO of Ayala Corporation Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala, President and CEO of RFM Corporation Joey Concepcion, Professor of Economics and head of the USAID Trade-Related Assistance for Development (TRADE) Project Dr. Cielito Habito, DTI Undersecretary Zeny Maglaya and founder and CEO of AVA Online Group Oliver Segovia.

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city councilor calls for revisiting the zoning ordinance of the city as he cites the need for a separate community development plan for districts of Marilog and Paquibato District that will spur the progress in these areas. C ou nc i l or D an i l o Dayanghirang said

growth corridors can be developed like Calinan and Marilog, Toril and Tugbok. Reckoning his visit to China, he said there were places that comprise the old town and the new town. Dayanghirang said a more profound zoning set up is needed to guide investors where to put their enterprise.

He o b s e r ve d t h at once the needs of an investor is not present in a target, he goes and invests his money somewhere else. “I am trying to impress to lay down areas f rom l i g ht to h e av y agricultural activities,” Dayanghirang said c it i ng t h at l aw m a k ers must b e a llowed to adjust on the needs

so that investors may come in. Dayanghirang said the current zoning ordinance cannot change anything within a period of five years. He admitted he was not part of those who crafted the Zoning Ordinance which has three volumes. “In other local government units, their

z on i ng ord i nanc e is simple, easy to understand and easy to comprehend. More rules give a lot of elbow room for adjustment. It is easier if the rules are simple and can be easily understood,” Dayanghirang pointed out. He a l s o s ai d t h at the delineation of the reservation areas like the watershed is unclear

given that the survey is going on. Dayanghirang said what are available are estimates. He said that around 80,000 hectares in the city belong to reservation areas. “We have to revisit the zoning ordinance,” D ay a n g h i r a n g s a i d . (PIA 11-Joey Sem G. Dalumpines)

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are more involved in their own learning and development. In other words, students are more likely to learn and retain information when they are intrinsically motivated - when they believe they are pleasing themselves. The world through a child's eyes is an awesome place. Allow students to explore and discover their world. Around every corner is an experience just waiting to surprise and excite young growing minds; all they need is a small amount of direction and a large amount of freedom.Remember, the habits and attitudes toward learning that are formed in these early years set the mood for all future learning.

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FIVE standing committees of the City Council will jointly study the proposed Local Climate Change Action Plan (LCCAP) with the Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessment Report (V&AA) of Cagayan de Oro City. Vice Mayor Caesar Ian E. Acenas yesterday referred this to the committees on

public works chaired by Councilor Alden Bacal, on environment and natural resources chaired by Councilor Zaldy Ocon, on agriculture chaired by Councilor Annie Daba, on subdivision and landed estate chaired by Councilor Alexander Dacer and on energy chaired by Councilor Teodulfo Lao in response to concerns and

issues raised by legislators during discussions on the matter. The plan is in line with R.A. 9729, which mandates local government units to develop their local climate change action plans, The Power learned. While supporting the formulation of an action plan, legislators cited that

the LCCAP should first have the endorsement of the city mayor. Councilor President Elipe, who used to chair the committee on environment, said based on the Methodology as cited in the Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessment report project, activities should include the Local Chief

Executive/Leaders’ Briefing, Forming Technical Working Groups (TWGs) and Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signing. Councilor Elipe said, aside from the submission of the said documents, there is also a need to update the data presented in the plan which he noted only covered the years until 2012. He said

the disaster management system being adopted from 2013 until the present is not reflected in the report. Vice Mayor Acenas stressed that the legislative body is supporting the approval of the LCCAP. “In principle, ever y member of the City Council is amenable to approve the LCCAP,” he cited.(LCR)

Gingoog energizes outskirt villages in 2013-2015 By Edmar C. Pabia

GINGOOG City--Record of the Electrical Division of the City Engineer’s Office (CEO) disclosed that the current administration of Gingoog city has a total of P108,807,614.38 for the Sitio Electrification Project (SEP) from 2013-2015 to 2,901 households in 164 far-flung and outskirts villages in this eastern city of Misamis Oriental. Serving as the point person for SEP implementation, Engr. Ulysses Apdian said that the online connection and unwavering initiatives of the lady executive with the head office of the National Electrification AdDISPLACED. A mother prepares sweet potatoes at the town gym in Marihatag, Surigao del Sur on Friday (October 2, ministration (NEA) has 2015). She and her sons are among the 1,000 individuals that fled Barangay Mahaba, Marihatag on October 1 due to an greatly contributed to this historic accomplishment ongoing military operation in their place. MindaNews photo by H. Marcos C. Mordeno

Government taps youth in anti-climate change campaign By Catherine J. Teves of PNA

THE Philippines, which experts identified as among the most at risk for climate change, bolstered its bid for an international climate deal in Paris this year. On Tuesday (October 6), government launched in Metro Manila the #nowph campaign for gathering one million signatures from the country’s youth to help amplify local and international calls for such deal. Such target deal aims at further easing countries’ climate change-driving greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to prevent a 2°C rise in global temperature so the world can avoid climate chaos. “Not in our watch must we allow temperature to rise beyond 2°C,” Climate Change Commission (CCC) Vice-Chairperson Lucille Sering said at the launch. She raised urgency for

action, noting temperature rise already exceeded 0.8°C. “We’re increasingly seeing impacts of such temperature rise,” she warned, observing extreme weather events are becoming more frequent in the country. Aside from rising frequency of such events, experts said sea level and temperature rise were also the changing climate’s impacts on the Philippines. Experts already said GHG emissions accumulated in the atmosphere and trapped heat there, raising global temperature and thus resulting in climate change. The launch of the #nowph campaign is among government’s strategies to draw more public support for a climate deal and implementation of measures to mitigate such emissions. Authorities concerned

will present to the French Embassy in Manila signatures gathered during the campaign. Those signatures will be young people’s collective voice clamoring for an end to climate change which is affecting them, noted National Youth Commission Chairperson Gio Tingson. “Today is a good day for the Philippines and is another opportunity for our young people to push the campaign against climate change,” he said at the launch. Among personalities who attended the launch and agreed to be #nowph Pillars of Climate Action were rapper Gloc 9, teen star Janine Gutierrez, broadcast journalist Jiggy Manicad, Greenpeace campaigner Ben Muni and NGO Dakila communications chief Renee Karunungan. Show business stars Na-

tional Youth Commission Commissioner-at-Large Dingdong Dantes and his wife Marian Rivera also graced the event to support the campaign. Dantes believes the youth can make a difference in the bid for a climate deal in Paris. “If it’s in our young people’s interest, they’ll do it particularly since they have the energy and time,” he said on the launch’s side. He noted emergence of new technologies, particularly incommunication, can help facilitate youth participation in such bid. “I believe it’s really a matter of harnessing the right energy and re-directing it to an urgent cause,” he also said. The #nowph Pillars of Climate Action committed supporting the call for global climate change action. They also committed to

practice and promote the 15 strategies for low-emission development (LED). Such strategies for helping lower climate changedriving greenhouse gas emissions are switching off and unplugging appliances when not used; walking, biking or car pooling; using eco bags instead of plastic ones; bringing own tumblers; planting trees; promotingrenewable energy; segregating waste as well as practicing waste reduction, reuse and recycling - the three Rs of waste management. Using energy-efficient appliances; recycling electronic gadgets and batteries; promoting environmental and energy awareness; using pails, dippers and cups; printing documents only when necessary; avoidingwaste-burning and supporting earth-friendly products are also among the LED strategies. (PNA)

in coordination with the local branch of Misamis Oriental Electrification Service Cooperative (MORESCO-II). “This administration cannot afford to ponder on that few families can be deprived from the availability of domestic convenience, information, science and technolog y because of the absence of electricity. Thus, I have exerted efforts by tapping our allies and friends from the national offices in helping us to provide this socioeconomic necessity, said Mayor Marie Guingona. Guingona also said fortunately, Gingoognons are very grateful for the cooperation of Pres. Noynoy Aquino’s administration of this pro-poor project that is being felt by our ordinary people who were once dreaming of a welllighted house and community. Meanwhile, Engr. Apdian said that the Red Cross chair-turned-mayor had sourced out P45,778,820.07 in connecting electricity to 411 households living in 88 sitios during the prime year of her executive term. He added that in 2014 she had broug ht P27,346,84.03 which energized 31 outskirt areas with a total of 599 households, and had sought fund worth P35,681,960.24 which powered 1079 households residing in 45 puroks. “I really salute and admire to the Guingona administration for the enthusiasm and willingness in finding ways for this comprehensive electrification project which is now about to reach its completion,” said Engr. Apdian. (Edmar C. Pabia, Gingoog media bureau/PIA10)


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By AMY Y. TEDLOS, Teacher III Luyong Bonbon elementary School Opol, Misamis Orintal

May 18, 2015 amidst the hotness of the day teachers were having fun during the Grand Caravan kick off ceremony of Brigada Eskwela 2015. The caravan started at the town plaza of Manticao Misamis Oriental with the participation of other nearby schools like Punta Silum Elementary School headed by their Principal Mr. Marlon R. Daohog, Patag Elementary school with their teachers and barangay officials, Pagawan Elementary School with their Principal Mrs. Nesipora P. Peñas and Manticao National High School with their principal Mrs. Melinde Catid. The Manticao Central School headed by our energetic Principal Mrs. Erna C. Oco was so pleased and feeling thankful to Gov. Yevgeny “Bambi” Emano, Manticao Barangay Officials, Mr. Jaime A. Dapanas our GPTA President and other PTA officials, to the Policemen and Bureau of Fire for helping us make the said event successful and a fruitful one. After the kick-off Ceremony,

teachers happily start cleaning the school not minding the workload ahead of them. Supportive parents helped in carrying the garbage, cleaning the school ground, painting the classrooms, repair the chairs and cleaning the pavement and pathways of the school. Stakeholders on the other hand offered their help as well and donate some materials they think needed by the teachers during the Brigada Week. The Philippine National Police (PNP) and Bureau of fire protection of Manticao Misamis Oriental took the effort in helping out the school together with the parents making sure that it would be ready for the opening of classes. As thanks to those who extend their help, teachers prepared some food and drinks to those who worked hard and help the school without any hesitations looking for the success and goodness of this Brigada Eskwela.

EXTRA-JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH A DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE OF A PARCEL OF LAND

T. ESTAN, BERNIE T. ESTAN, and JOYLYN ESTAN ANGGOT, all of legal age,Filipino citizen, married, with residence and postal address at Lingi-on Purok 1 Talakag, Bukidnon, hereinafter referred to as the HEIRS/ SELLERS/VENDOR; the above-named parties, are all of legal age, are the legitimate children and sole heirs. That for and in consideration of the sum of THIRTY THOUSAND PESOS ONLY (P30,000.00) Philippine Currency is hereby acknowledged by the VENDOR after the amount is paid in hand by the VENDEE/S the VENDOR/S hereby SELL, TRANSFER and CONVEY the above-described properties ONLY A PORTION OF SIX HUNDRED (600) SQUARE METERS, more or less. The above described parcel of land in favor of the VENDEE/S, SPS. ANTONIO N. CANAMA AND ARLYN Y. CANAMA, legal age, Filipino citizen, with residence and postal address at Lingi-on, Purok – 1 Talakag Bukidnon, hereinafter referred to as the BUYER/VENDEE. As per Doc. No. 437; Page No. 87; Book No. XI; Series of 2015; under Notary public of ATTY. EMELITO J. MARQUIÑO.

Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the deceased BENJAMIN D. ESTAN, who died on September 28, 1991 in Kawayan Talakag Bukidnon, at the time of his death, left a parcel of land situated in San Antonio, Talakag Bukidnon, more particularly described as follows; TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. ET-6735 EMANCIPATION PATENT NO. 558603 LOT 302-I LOT 006360 (OLT) PSD-10-006360 (OLT) A PARCEL OF LAND (Lot 302-I, Psd-10-006360 (OLT), being a portion of Lot 302, H-121546), situated in the Barrio of San Antonio, Municipality of Talakag, Bukidnon. Containing an area of THIRTY FIVE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED TWENTY (35,320) SQUARE METERS, more or less, is the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH A DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE OF A PARCEL OF LAND, made and entered namely; FE T. ESTAN, and their legitimate children, namely: BENJAMIN T. ESTAN, JR., BENJIE

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Republic of the Philippines Province of Davao del Sur CITY OF DIGOS OFFICE OF THE CITY CIVIL REGISTRAR Publication Notice R.A. 10172 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC October 06, 2015 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 SHEENA MAE C. FERNANDEZ has filed with this Office, a petition for correction of entry in sex from “MALE” to “FEMALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of SHEENA MAE CARPENTERO FERNANDEZ at Digos, Davao del Del Sur and whose parents are Ally P. Fernandez and Felisa H. Carpentero.

DURING a press conference yesterday, Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. disclosed that the government never accounted for or never constructed a single classroom to be exclusively used for senior high school. Upon reflection, this is actually true. Every year, both the Department of Education (DepEd) and local government units (LGUs) all over the country construct classrooms to be used by

elementary and junior high school students. But none are to be used for senior high school. Now remember that senior high school has a lot of highly technical tracks to choose from, especially science tracks and vocational tracks. These campuses need sophisticated laboratories that cannot be found in the old high school curriculum. Both public and private high

Open High School Program By Lorna Natinga Saldon Teacher – III Bansarvil National High School

Kids could always remember that one line from their parents, “You have to finish education.” This is a common, simple statement that expresses how Filipino families see the importance of education. Education indeed is a good investment for the future. The attainment of a child’s dream also means much to the family. It is something that could improve form of life, for one. Saddeningly, however, it is not everyone that has given the chance to complete their education. That is the reason behind Department of Education’s line of programs. Reaching far places and encouraging indifferent people and introduce education have been the main mission. Example for this is Open High School Program. OHSP is an alternative mode of formal secondary education program that provides opportunity for elementary

school graduates, high school drop-outs and successful examinees like Philippine Education Placement Test (PEPT) to complete secondary education in a different learning mode compare to the regular one. The student under this could be able to learn in independent and time-managed manner, encouraging effective learning. Thus, upon graduation, students could easily but at par with students who came from formal education. OHSP is implemented in order to provide learners who will be technically ready for the challenges of the future, such as higher education and employment. Education has become a beacon of hope, especially to those individuals who try hard and enough to cope and survive life. OHSP might be just one of the DepEd programs, but to some people, it is a holding tool that make them hold strong to their dreams.

schools are bragging that they already have these facilities. Kudos to them! But not all high schools in the country are prepared as of the moment yet. Thus, it is high time for the government to address this concern. We barely have a year to go before our tenth graders will enroll into Senior High. Already, certain LGUs are constructing classrooms to be used by junior high

Effects of Teacher-Student Interaction By Josefina A. Valiente Teacher 3 Pangantucan Central Elementary School

Research shows teachers have a huge impact on how much students learn. Students who get the best teachers learn a lot, and students who get the worst teachers fall behind. It may seem obvious that teachers make a big difference. Students spend most of their day with teachers, and schools spend most of their money on teachers. Education is a teacher-driven business. Improving students' relationships with teachers has important, positive and longlasting implications for both students' academic and social development. Solely improving students' relationships with their teachers will not produce gains in achievement. However, those students who have close, positive and supportive relationships with their teachers will attain higher levels of achievement than those students with more conflict in their relationships. Improving

RA Form No. 10.1 (LCRO) Republic of the Philippines LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRY OFFICE Province of Bukidnon Municipality of Baungon NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public that HANELYN M. RAPIRAP has filed with this Office a petition of her husband’s for change of First Name from “RAUL” to “RAMEL” in her Husband’s Certificate of Live Birth, Ramel Lilangan Rapirap who was born on September 2, 1972 at Baungon, Bukidnon and whose parents are Olympeo Rapirap and Dulcenia Lilangan. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file a written opposition with this Office not later than October 26, 2015.

Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than October 26, 2015.

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students. At the same time, they are also allocating space so state-of-the-art facilities for science tracks can be installed there. No additional budget is needed for this because Local School Board funds are utilized to fund them. And these funds are automatically culled from one percent of the realty tax of each LGU. This is a good practice that must be applauded.

teacher-student relationships is only the first step toward meeting students' emotional and relational needs. A teacher should also work on producing a caring community of learners. Such efforts improve the nature of interactions among students and promote students' engagement in school There are several techniques that teachers can use to achieve this goal. Monitor the way on calling students. Make sure that all students have the chance to participate in class. Teachers should try to increase the amount of time waiting between asking a student a question and moving on by either answering the question yourself or calling on another student. Give students hints and clues to help them succeed in class. Tell students directly that you believe that they have the ability to do well. Teachers’ belief in students will inspire their success.

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

Publication Notice R.A. 10172

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

In compliance with the publication requirement and pursuant to OCRG Memorandum Circular No. 2013-1, Guidelines in the Implementation of the Administrative Order No. 1 Series of 2012 (IRR on R.A. 10172), a notice is hereby served to the public that VALEN JABAGAT CUARES has filed with this office a petition for Correction of Clerical Error in the child’s sex from “MALE” to “FEMALE” in the Certificate of live birth of VALEN JABAGAT CUARES, who was born on 14 February 1993 at Butuan General Hospital, Libertad, Butuan City, Agusan del Norte, and whose parents are VIRGINIA TEMPO JABAGAT and ROGELIO ADARON CUARES. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than 26 October 2015. (SGD.) JUDITH ALVIZO-CALO, LLB, MPA City Civil Registrar

MDN: OCT 8 & 15, 2015 PRA Form No. 10.1 (LCRO)

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

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

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

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 10172, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that JANE PAUL V. DALONOS has filed with this Office a petition for the correction of clerical error in the entry of the child’s SEX from ”FEMALE” to ”MALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of JANE PAUL VELEZ DALANOS who was born on DEC. 11, 1986 in Cagayan de Oro City and whose parents are RENATO B. DALANOS and AMY B. VELEZ.

In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 10172, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that LERMA PAJO CABAÑEROS has filed with this Office a petition for the correction of clerical error in the entry of the CHILD’S DATE OF BIRTH from “FEBRUARY 29, 1960” to “FEBRUARY 27, 1960“ in the Certificate of Live Birth of LERMA PAJO who was born on FEBRUARY 29, 1960(as per NSO copy) in Cagayan de Oro City and whose parents are CERILO PAJO and EUFEMIA D. PAJO

In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 10172, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that YOLANDA A. JAMACA has filed with this Office a petition for the correction of clerical error in the entry of the child’s SEX from “MALE” to “FEMALE “ in the Certificate of Live Birth of YULA ANTONETTE AQUE JAMACA who was born on OCTOBER 22, 1997 in Cagayan de Oro City and whose parents are AGUSTIN CAIBIGAN JAMACA JR. and YOLANDA RAGRAG AQUE.

Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than OCTOBER 16, 2015.

Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than OCTOBER 17, 2015.

Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than October 16, 2015.

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Teacher’s Day Celebration By Josefina A. Valiente Teacher 3 Pangantucan Central Elementary School

Who is your favorite teacher? How did he or she contribute to the person you are today? Once in every year a teacher’s day celebration is being held. This year is another year to honor teachers around the globe who never endingly strive to communicate knowledge to the students. To many, teachers are more than mentors whom students meet at the classroom. Teachers play an extraordinary part in the lives of children for the formative years of their development and the importance of teachers is something that

cannot be understated. They involve themselves in molding their students into responsible citizens of their country.Within a school, if teachers are well educated and if they are intellectually alive and take keen interest in their job, then only success is ensured.Teachers are the people who educate the youth of society who in turn become the leaders of the next generation of people. They are also the people who are teaching children and imparting knowledge upon them in their most impressionable years.

Senate Bill 510 seeks to declare October 5 as National Teachers' Day in the Philippines, to coincide with the World Teachers' Day declared by the United Nations Organization for Education, Science and Culture (UNESCO) on the same day every year.This proposal would recognize the Filipino teachers’ pivotal role in nation building and their commitment to mold the youth into capable and upstanding citizens.The teaching profession is not only about teaching skills and sharing information and knowledge. It is, in its true sense, teaching the love for learning and continuing education.

TOWARDS A HAPPY READING AND WRITING HABIT – VICE GOVERNOR JOEY G. PELAEZ continues the advocacy of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan in institutionalizing the “A Happy Reading and Writing Habit Program” as he distributes high quality and hardbound books given by Children International Philippines, Inc. to Matangad Elementary School and Matangad National High School in Gitagum, Misamis Oriental. He was accompanied by Provincial Board Member NANCY S. MADJOS and District Supervisor MARCEL TAGALOGON during the Turn-Over Ceremony. In his message, Vice Governor Pelaez emphasized that the books should be allowed to be borrowed by the students for them to practice reading and writing at home. The books were received by MS. WILMA D. PIALES and MS. LEA ORCERADA, Principal of Matangad Elementary School and Matangad National High School, respectively.photo supplied

Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS MARITIME INDUSTRY AUTHORITY MARINA R.O. XIII PP/Lt. Mario B. Portus, Jr., PPA Compound, Surigao City Tel. No. (+6386) 231-7622/Telefax No. (+6386) 231-7622 / Email: marina.seo@yahoo.com

RE: Application for the Issuance of a Certificate of Public Convenience (CPC) to operate a Liner service in the operation of its ship/s in its/their applied route for the carriage of passengers and/or cargoes and to charge deregulated rates and to operate under a deregulated schedule of trips pursuant to Republic Act No. 9295 and its Amended Implementing Rules and Regulations.

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T he G ospel of J esus C hrist ( O ctober 8 , 2 0 1 5 - T hursday ) Luke 10:38-42” He entered a village; and a woman named Martha welcomed Him into her home. She had a sister called Mary, who was seated at the Lord’s feet, listening to His word. But Martha was distracted with all her preparations; and she came up to Him and said, “Lord, do You not care that my sister has left me to do all the serving alone? Then tell her to help me.” But the Lord answered and said to her, “Martha, Martha, you are worried and bothered about so many things; but only one thing is necessary, for Mary has chosen the good part: It was their culture to entertain a certain visitor but take note; Jesus had many companions because he never journeyed alone. May analysis to this; it was not easy for these two women to prepare the foods for them.

PANFILO Y. ULVIDA., Applicant.

CASE NO. SUR 15 –104

x - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - x ORDER This refers to the Application for grant of a Certificate of Public Convenience (CPC) pursuant to RA 9295 and its R-IRR, to operate MBCA “CARRASCAL TRANSPORTER”, liner/passenger only, under the following schedule of trips:

RATES PER PASSENGER: Php 250.00 The applicant shall cause the publication of this Order once in any of the five (5) major newspapers of national circulation in the Philippines or in a newspaper of local circulation, as applicable. Applicant shall present the jurisdictional, qualification and documentary requirements in a hearing to be conducted on 14 October 2015 at 8:45 o’ clock in the morning at the MARINA Surigao Regional Office, PP/Lt. Mario B. Portus, Jr., PPA Compound, Surigao City. The Applicant shall furnish the affected authorized operators, a copy of this Order at least five (5) days before the initial Hearing. The Applicant shall be required to make a written Formal Offer of Evidence (FOE), afterwhich, the application is deemed submitted for resolution/ decision, upon acceptance of such FOE and declaration that the case is submitted for decision. WITNESS, the Honorable MARINA Administrator, Maximo Q Mejia, Jr., PhD, this 2nd day of October 2015, Surigao City, Philippin es.

(SGD) ENGR. EMMANUEL B. CARPIO, MMSA Regional Director

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They never minded the expenses or the cost of their preparation because they were happy to serve Jesus and his companions. To be good it pays. Ephesians 6:8”knowing that whatever good thing each one does, this he will receive back from the Lord, whether slave or free. You are paid for whatever good things that you have to anyone. In Joh11” Lazarus died and Jesus goes there and redeemed Lazarus. If they were not closed physically; I don’t think so if Jesus can do this miracle. Anyway; all of us are equal in his heart. Proverbs 22:2”The rich and the poor have a common bond; The LORD is the maker of them all. But Jesus gave special favor to this family as his gratitude for what they had done to him. Take note; every goodness that you have done is your stored

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Republic of the Philippines CITY CIVIL REGISTRAR’S OFFICE City of Davao NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

CCE-2160-2015

Date: October 5, 2015

In compliance with the publication requirement and pursuant to OCRG Memorandum Circular No. 2013-1, the Guidelines in the Implementation of Administrative Order No. 1 Series of 2012 (IRR of RA 10172), notice is hereby served to the public that EXCELLE DURAN LINIHAN has filed with this office, a petition for clerical error correction of entry in the child’s sex from “MALE” to “FEMALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of EXCELLE DURAN LINIHAN at Davao City and whose parent is LONELITO CLERIGO LINIHAN and TERESITA SEPULVEDA DURAN. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his/her written opposition with this office not later than October 22, 2015. Atty. LEO ANTHONY R. BRACEROS City Civil Registrar MDN: OCT 8 & 15, 2015

Republic of the Philippines CITY CIVIL REGISTRAR’S OFFICE City of Davao NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section e5 of R.A. Act No. 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public that ZENAIDA AÑO CANTILLEP has filed with this Office a petition for Change (complete name of the petitioner)of First Name docketed as CFN2449-2015 from BENVIENIDA (first name to be change) to ZENAIDA(new name to be change)in the Certificate of Live Birth of BENVIENIDA CANTILLEP (name of document owner) who was born on MARCH 28, 1954 (date of birth) at Davao City (place of birth) and whose parents are JOSE CANTILIP (name of father) and ROSARIO AÑO.(name of mother) Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his/her written opposition with this Office not later than October 23, 2015. Issued on 5th day of October 2015 at Davao City, Philippines. Atty. LEO ANTHONY R. BRACEROS City Civil Registrar MDN: OCT 8 & 15, 2015


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registration on Oct. 12, 2015 until Oct. 16, 2015 to accommodate the filing of COC. Palamine said that the regular registration of voters would continue on Oct. 17, 2015 until its deadline on Oct. 31, 2015. He said that the COMELEC would entertain the registration of voters Oct. 17, 2015 starting at 9:00 in the morning until 9:00 in the evening. “ The ne w s che du le would only be implemented in the last two weeks prior to the deadline of the registration of voters,” Palmine said. He said that the number of voters without “biometric confirmation” has gone down to 13,000 from a high of 34,000 when the “no biometric, no vote” campaign started on May 2014. Pa lamine, howe ver, expressed the doubt that the 13,000 voters without “biometric confirmation” could be accommodated considering that the deadline is near. He said that hundreds of voters have started to line up at the city’s Comelec office starting Wednesday – most of them coming from the city’s far flung villages. On Saturday, the Comelec would extend services in the city’s shopping malls and commercial centers to accommodate the registration of voters.

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areas that can be marketed to other parts of the economic sub-region. Purnomo, a member of Indonesia’s Board of Investments, said they are encouraging their businessmen to seize investment opportunities overseas, specifically in Mindanao. “I’m also from the investment board of Indonesia. It is also part of our job to encourage the business people to invest overseas. Mindanao can be a good investment destination,” he said. He lauded the initiative of putting up Ecofusion, a one-stop center that houses various products of Mindanao and Palawan, and has vital information on the investment potentials of both islands. Ecofusion, which was launched in partnership with Davao Ecocrafts Association Inc., represents the three major development principles of the sub-region’s commitments such as ecological balance, eco-tourism and economic development. Purnomo cited the role of the private sector in giving local products the much needed promotion so these can be upscaled for export. Facilities such as the Ecofusion can be a good start to encourage them to sit down and discuss possible partnerships, he said. “It is not easy to engage them in a formal meeting,

not easy to invite them. Some of them are quite happy with the domestic demand and they have little interest to export because our domestic demand is quite big but through EAGA, we would like to let them know that if you can do, let’s say, business with Philippines, Malaysia, and Brunei, then people will be encouraged to do international business,” he said. The official added he envisions a free flow of goods among BIMP-EAGA nations, which is now being undertaken by the transportation cluster. “We believe that each and every country can benefit from the EAGA. We would like to pursue our national interest but we need to listen from the provincial level. What are the many interests and goals that can be achieved through our national interests,” Purnomo said. The transport cluster’s discussion might result in opening up of more routes but local governments must identify what their potentials are for export and the needed products for import, he said. “The idea is how we can become more open to potential opportunities. But it takes two to tango, from our side, we need to work closer to our local government,” he said. He said they have yet to come up with a timetable as to when the free flow of goods and investments should take place in the BIMP-EAGA. (Antonio L. Colina IV/MindaNews)

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of unknown caliber, one clutch bag containing one Cal. 380 pistols with an inserted magazine loaded with five live ammunition and one magazine of Cal. 9mm loaded with nine live ammunition. Asiong said that the police investigators also discovered two bullet holes on the driver seat and one bullet hole on the left passenger door of the vehicle. Pol. Supt. Henry Dampal, chief of police of the Malaybalay Police Station, said that investigators are looking into the possibility that the lawyer was shot just “inside the car” by one of the passengers. Lawyer Damasco volunteered to undergo paraffin casting while Sese has remained at large and is now the subject of police manhunt, Asiong said. He said that the police are still looking into the motive of the shooting while the body of Suello now lies in estate at the Villanueva Funeral Home in Malaybalay City, 101 kilometers, southeast of here.

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of the CSP as many issues regarding the policy have not been resolved. Capongcol also said that

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the decision on whether to run another round of public consultations would be up to the ERC and DOE heads. The director also stressed they will present the comments of the stakeholders to their principals, who will decide on whether they would defer the policy. Capongcol bared the third-party fee will result as a pass-on charge, but there is still no certain rate, however she added it will amount to a certain centavo per kilowatthour (kWh). The third party is expected to evaluate and assess the aggregation of the distribution utilities. She added a suggestion was made to tap academicians to be the third party instead of relying on foreign experts. However, Capongcol said the DOE still has to conduct a study to estimate the total capacity, which will be bid out. (PNA) LGI/LAM/JLD

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Maxi’s victory in the second congressional district is already certain. Well, this is a simple mathematical deduction. It simply means that what the Abamin party list group could get in terms of votes in the 2016 elections in Cagayan De Oro’s second district, would also mean as Maxi’s votes. The fact that it is not only Maxi who would run for Congress in the second district, getting an 80,000 total number of votes is already an advantage as against the other opponents. With more than one or two congressional candidates in the city’s second congressional district, getting an 80,000 votes would already be an insurance. Now, here is the catch, the Abamin party list aims to get two seats in Congress in 2016. It means that the Abamin should work hard to increase the total number of votes. If the Abamin could get about 1 million votes, then, the party list will have two seats in Congress. If the Abamin would work hard to get a higher number of votes in the 2016, it would certainly expect an increase of voters in Cagayan De Oro City’ first and second district. This is expected because Cagayan De Oro is the bailiwick of the Abamin. Send comments/ reaction: crisguardian@ yahoo.com

and decrees. The sad reality is that Lawrimore and all other world-renowned scientists admit they do not have a solution, which is unfortunate, because that implies we will just have to wait for death and destruction to explode in our midst.But is there something else that we can do here? The answer is, yes, there is still something that we can do about it, but we have to do it now: and that is, we must read the Bible again, obey God’s commands and decrees contained therein, and stop sinning (2 Chronicles 7:14). -oooTWO BIBLICAL VERSES ON WEATHER EXTREMES: “…if you do not obey the Lord your God… The Lord will strike you with … scorching heat and drought… which will plague you until you perish. The sky over your head will be bronze, the ground beneath you iron. The LORD will turn the rain of your country into dust and powder; it will come down from the skies until you are destroyed…” (Deuteronomy 28:15, 22-24). “…But everyone who hears these words of mine and does not put them into practice is like a foolish man who built his house on sand. The rain came

down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house, and it fell with a great crash….” (The Lord Jesus Christ, in Matthew 7:26-27).

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Clustering means “having more than two cases in two consecutive weeks in a Barangay location,” it was learned. It can be recalled that just last year, Tandag City was placed under state of calamity due to surge in dengue cases. Caraga has a total of 2,899 dengue cases admitted to different disease reporting units region-wide from January 1 to September 26, 2015, the same report cited. (Greg Tataro Jr., Radyo ng Bayan-Tandag/PIA-Surigao del Sur)

target area for tree planting due to the delay in the delivery of tree seedlings notwithstanding the prepared planting sites. OIC, CENRO Montalban said “The continuous rains in Bislig due to ITCZ has sufficiently soaked the grounds with sufficient water on the planting sites.” He said planting activities at the site shall proceed on double time to meet the specified target by November this year. He said about 30 newly-hired forest rangers have been mobilized in the NGP tree planting and monitoring. (Eric Gallego, DENR-Caraga/PIA-Caraga)

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day. “This is a welcome development for CENRO Bislig which is seeking to plant tree seedlings on 1,447 hectares in several sites under the NGP this year,” Montalban said. The draft is expected to be tackled at the session hall next week. As of date, CENRO Bislig had only accomplished about 350 hectares of the

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

DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL PARTITION OF ESTATE WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE

Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late SPS. BELEN NATINDIM DAUG and ANDRES DAUG, SR., who died intestate on __________ and ________, all at Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental; at the time of their death left a parcel of land, which area is the subject of the sale and more particularly described as follows to wit: Tax Dec. No. G-085231 “A PARCEL OF LAND, (Cad. Lot No. 5966, C-4), situated in the Barrio of Bayabas, City of Cagayan de Oro. Containing an area of ONE HUNDRED TWENTY (120) SQUARE METERS, more or less.” is the subject of DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL PARTITION OF ESTATE WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE, made and entered namely; HELEN D. LAGO, of legal age, married, Filipino; ELYNITA D. LAGO, of legal age, married, Filipino; JANE D. ESPINOSA, of legal age, married, Filipino; FERNANDO N. DAUG, of legal age, married, Filipino; GERRY N. DAUG, of legal age, married, Filipino; VIVIAN D. LONGAKIT, of legal age, married, Filipino; DINA D. LAWAS, of legal age, married, Filipino; and ANDRES N. DAUG, JR., residents of Cagayan de Oro City,CDO referred to MAIN as the HEIRS- B VENDORS;P are& the only, sole, legitimate J Lim Bldg forced and surviving legal heirs. That Kalambagohan for and in consideration of the sum of EIGHTY THOUSAND (P80,000.00) Tel. # (08822) PESOS, Philippine currency is hereby acknowledged from the Vendees SPS. Telefax # (088 LEO VINCENT P. CADETE and MA. LOWELLA B. CADETE, likewise both of legal age, Filipinos and residents B CAMIGUIN of #10 Sagittarius St., Villa Ernesto B.Cagayan Aranas St., Subd., Gusa, de Oro City, hereby CEDE, SELL, TRANSFER Ca Mambajao, and CONVEY, the above-described parcel of land, unto#and in favor to38 Tel. (088) the aforementioned Vendees SPS. LEO VINCENT P. CADETE and MA. LOWELLACORRALES B. CADETE. As per Doc. BR No. 329; Page No. 66; Book No. 109; Corrales Ave., Series of 2015; under Notary public of ATTY. BUENAVENTURA E. SAGRADO. Cagayan de Or MDN: OCT. 1, 8 & 15, 2015

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breaking heat waves…. the statistical evidence shows that much of these phenomena are starting to happen.” These events are precisely what Deuteronomy 28:15, in relation to 28:22, 23 and 24 and Matthew 7:26-27 warned will happen to all of us because we are no longer listening to God (read that, “reading the Bible”) and are no longer obeying His laws

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