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M’nao coops formally, officially signify bid for Agus-Pulangi HEPP Volume IV, No. 044 web portal: www.mindanaodailynews.com

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July 9, 2015

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By BONG D. FABE Contributing Editor

Police on alert during T’nalak Festival

GENERAL Santos City-Police authorities placed the entire South Cotabato province under heightened alert in connection with its 49th foundation anniversary celebration and 16th T’nalak Festival that will formally open on Thursday. Sr. Supt. Jose Briones Jr., South Cotabato police director, said all police units within the province’s towns and lone city are currently on full alert to ensure the smooth and peaceful conduct of the 10-day festivity, which is slated until July 18. He said they crafted a comprehensive security plan for the festivities, which will mainly be centered in Koronadal City. The official said they have assigned police teams to secure all festival venues, public convergence sites and other vital areas within the province. See alert, page A11

CAGAYAN de Oro City-It’s official! After years of planning and strategizing, a federation of cooperatives in Mindanao has formally and officially signified its intention to acquire, operate and manage the Agus-Pulangi Hydro Electric Power Plant (Agus-Pulangi HEPP) yesterday. See FULL STORY, page A3

‘Egay’ leaves P5.5m initial losses in aggie

Representatives from the e-Education Project led by Kato Miwa (fifth from left) turn over to the City Schools Division of Cagayan de Oro through assistant superintendent Reynaldo Manuel (fourth from left) a studio and audio-visual equipment to be used to produce educational materials for the open high school program of the Department of Education (DepEd). Mindanao Daily News photo by Mark Francisco

NGO donates studio, audio-visual to DepEd Education Project donated on Wednesday a studio and audio-visual equipment to A NONGOVERNMENT the City Schools Division of organization (NGO) from the Department of EducaJapan calling itself the e- tion (DepEd) in Cagayan By MARK D. FRANCISCO Staff member

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de Oro for its open high school program. According to the Division’s education program supervisor Romeo Aclo, the P300,000 worth of equip-

Duterte’s net worth rose by P1.35m in 2014

DAVAO City––Mayor Rodrigo Duterte’s net worth grew by P1.35 million last year, his Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net worth (SALN) showed. Duterte, in his sworn SALN, declared assets worth P22,971,732.62 for 2014 while his liabilities remained at P1 million. This figure is higher than the P21,618,289.73 total assets he declared for 2013. Meanwhile, his son Paolo, the vice mayor, only had a P100,000 increase in his net worth with assets totalling P24.287 million. See Rose, page A11

ment will be used to produce educational materials for adult elementary graduates who wish to complete the high school See donates, page A11

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THE Department of Agriculture (DA) on Wednesday placed initial losses wrought by Typhoon Egay to the agriculture sector at Php 5.5 million with Region I and the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) suffering the most damages. Christopher Morales, OIC director of the DA Field Operations Service, said that rice and high value crops sector suffered the most damage with estimated losses placed at Php 2,566,221 and Php 2,499,073 respectively. Meanwhile, the fisheries sector suffered losses estimated at Php 410,000 while corn losses were placed at Php 276,777. In his report to Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala, Morales said that damages on rice were in Mountain Province and La Union with Php 1,143,000 and Php 1,423,221 respectively. Losses to high value crops, in the meantime, were concentrated in the province of Abra , which is estimated at P1,986,392. pna


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AGAYAN DE ORO CITY -- The Cooperative Development Authority has gathered Mindanao cooperatives, Wednesday, July 8, during an energy summit dubbed as “Mindanao Cooperative Power Summit: Co-Own the Power, at the Atrium, Limketkai Center, here. Former Energy Secretary

Jericho Petilla graced the summit as guest speaker and talked about the energy situation in Mindanao before thousands of delegates from all over Mindanao Island. Other topics discussed during the summit include Rationale on How Coops are advocating President Benigno Simeon Aquino III’s social contract with

the Filipino people. The delegation to the Mindanao Cooperative Power Summit include

ACDI, OIC, ABTRECCO, Tagum Cooperative, CLIMBS, FPSDC, FICCO, NSCC, MASS-SPECC, San

Dionisio Credit Co-op, NATCCO, AIM, HIM and PFCCO NCRL. NASECORE President

Pete Ilagan taked about Coops united into IMIECOOP and co-owning the power. (Cheng Ordonez)

End-June 2015 GIR level rises to USD80.8 billion MANILA -- Preliminary dat a showe d t hat t he country’s gross international reserves (GIR) rose to USD80.8 billion as of end-June 2015, higher by USD0.4 billion than the end-May 2015 level of USD80.4 billion, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Governor Amando M. Tetangco, Jr. announced Thursday. The increase in reserves was due mainly to the net

foreign currency deposits by the National Government (NG) and the BSP’s foreign exchange operations, income from its investments abroad, and revaluation adjustments on its foreign currency-denominated reserves. These were partially offset by the NG’s payments for its maturing foreign exchange obligations and revaluation adjustments on GIR | page A5

Republic of the Philippines OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL CIVIL REGISTRAR Matalam, Cotabato Publication Notice R.A. 10172 CCE-0042-2015

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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 RUSHELLE S. ABENDAN has filed with this Office, a petition for correction of entry in sex from “MALE” to “FEMALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of RUSHELLE HERMOSO SANTOS at Digos, Davao del Sur and whose parents are Rodolfo Santos and Josefina Hermoso. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than July 26, 2015.

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M’nao coops formally, officially signify bid for Agus-Pulangi HEPP By BONG D. FABE Contributing Editor

CAGAYAN de Oro City-It’s official! After years of planning and strategizing, a federation of cooperatives in Mindanao has formally and officially signified its intention to acquire, operate and manage the Agus-Pulangi Hydro Electric Power Plant (Agus-Pulangi HEPP) yesterday during the Mindanao

Cooperative Power Summit at a mall here. 1Mindanao Energy Cooperative (1MIECOOP) federation Chairman Glicerio Tan and Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) Chairman Orlando R. Ravanera officially turned-over to former Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho L. Petilla 1MIECOOP’s certificate of registration to show it is a duly accredited juridical entity which has

the personality to enter into contracts with the government, among others. “After the Summit, select cooperative leaders will go to Malacañang to officially and formally turn-over the cooperatives’ bid to no less than President Aquino,” said BenCyrus Ellorin, CDA spokesperson. Ellorin, a former journalist who was appointed chief-of-staff of the CDA

chairman after the former’s appointment to the post last March, said that the Mindanao cooperatives’ move to bid for the Agus-Pulangi HEPP has the support and backing of billionaire cooperatives in the Visayas and Luzon. “More than 3,000 cooperative members from all over the country have gathered here and See BID, page A11

Misor vice guv, solons honor blood donors

Mayor Oscar Moreno carries six-year-old Ruelle Canino while elder brother Ronald stands by him when they were presented during City Hall’s weekly flag raising last Monday. The Canino siblings won silver and bronze during the recent Asean Age Group Chess Championships in Singapore. Photo courtesy of City Information Office

MISAMIS Oriental vice governor and the members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan (SP) of the province joined the celebration of the 2015 World Blood Donor Day last June 14, 2015 in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan. The event was hosted by Palawan Governor Jose Ch. Alvarez thru their Provincial Health Office, Palawan Blood Council, and the Department of Health MIMAROPA. This yearly event is a way to thank

donors who are voluntarily giving their blood without being paid as well as to raise awareness on the importance of blood donation. The activity also aimed to encourage individuals to register as blood donors and promote blood donation as a way to a healthy lifestyle. It highlighted stories from people who were saved through blood donation, thus motivating blood donors to continue donating blood. Vice Governor Joey G. Pelaez

emphasizes on the need for adequate and safe blood for patients who are in need. He is currently the director of the Board of the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) Cagayan de Oro – Misamis Oriental Chapter and a regular blood donor. Meanwhile, the members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan also expressed their full support for the activities and advocacies that will help raise awareness on voluntary blood donation. (MisOr SP)


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Quo Vadis, Moreno? In the previous issue, we discussed many possible reasons that would lead to the scrapping of Moreno in the LP list. In spite of all the seeming justifications, we could not agree that the allegation of graft and corruption could lead to the unceremonious dumping of Moreno. Our argument boils down to the flaw of Moreno’s leadership. It is on the issue of leadership that the LP political party would certainly give credence in making political decisions. Graft cases are not grounds for party mistrust. After all, it is normal for an elected public official to face allegation of graft, one of the risks of the public office. However, it is another story when the leadership becomes an issue. We want to make it clear that we are not saying that Moreno is an incompetent City Mayor. The issue of incompetence is but perceptive. The perception of leadership is a public interpretation. At all times, an elected public official undergoes the hawk eye scrutiny of a demanding public that only sees what is

bad and offensive. Abraham Lincoln said, “People always forget the good things in a person, but remember and count only the bad things that he has.” Anyway, who could be the possible replacement of Moreno? For instance, there were rumors that Rep. Rolando Uy, of Cagayan De Oro City First District, has revived his obsession to, one day, becomes the City Mayor of Cagayan De Oro. Another story is that Joaquin “Kikang” Uy, the son, wants to be the running mate of Moreno. While I am not inclined to believe the stories cum rumors, the possibility is always there. One should remember that Moreno has no political base in Cagayan De Oro City. Getting the son of Rep. Uy could provide him a likable political turf in the first district. Not too long ago, a City Councilor, also interested to run as Vice Mayor, earlier boasts that her 50,000 votes factored the victory of Moreno in the 2013 mayoral elections. “Without my 50,000 votes, Moreno would not win,” she said. The group of Rep. Rufus Rodriguez also claimed

There is an image that a leader in any country, city, or in a certain region tends to be committed to his political ruel pelone CRIS DIAZ Managing Editor Executive Editor party where he is from. In that case, he is not a leader CHENG ORDOÑEZ URIEL C. QUILINGUING for the nation anymore. Yet, Associate Editor Contributing Editor when or during the political MARK FRANCISCO Arjay Felicilda campaign, the theme or the Lifestyle Editor Assistant Editor slogan spoken in front of the people always expresses GILBERT Y. CHAO gerry lee gorit the whole nation aspiration. Motoring Editor Photo Journalist But, when having been apfelix santillan ROEL CATOTO pointed, after the campaign, EDSEL BANTOL Provincial Editor-Surigao the people tend to regret. Layout Artists This is a classic story that PAT SAMONTE happens anywhere. irene dayo CHRIS PANGANIBAN The phenomenon deReporter-NorthMin Regional Editors-Caraga scribed above is not strange JOE PALABAO MARLON GAYOG anymore in almost any Rene Michael BaÑos Regional Editor-Davao country. The voice of politics Regional Editors-Northmin is different from the voice of AL JACINTO JOE FELICILDA the inner side of the heart. Regional Editor-WestMin Editorial Consultant When being a leader and being the figure from the ATTY. MARIO T. JUNI political party, there is a NOTARY PUBLIC- JUNI LAW OFFICE difficulty to implement all CELL NO: 09352379999/ (088) 8573595 CRUZ TAAL ST., CAG. DE ORO CITY the promises spoken when Legal Counsel or during the campaign. -------------------------------------------------------------- Even though the people bureau and mktg staff have given their vote for candy macabale - 09161326483 RIZA O. ARES - 0915-9753277/0920-9600223 their candidate of the leader, MISOR - LOLONG NABONG - 0906-875-8650 politically, it is difficult for GINGOOG CITY-MANNY ANSIHAGAN-0936-287-7788 the chosen leader to impleNorth Buk. - DAHLIA S. BENEMERITO-0936-303-0410 VALENCIA CITY - PHILIP PHIL CALUMBA-0905-652-5407 ment all the aspiration for a KIBAWE, BUKIDNON - ROSEMARY GENON certain reason. It can be due MARAMAG - TITA FINA CUALES - 0926-336-1585 to the fact the chosen leader Iligan City - JEFFREY OPONDA-0936-1174378 tubod - louie bukod-0948-1323348 was indebted to his politibobby mag usara-tangub city cal party. He “has to pay it” OROQUIETA CITY - PJ TREMEDAL-0919-3452375 for he has been brought up ARMM - Sony Sudaria-0947-4810371 cotabato - ANALISA ESPAÑOLA-0916-9351714 davao - MARLON GAYOG-09276314995 davao - tom a. caballero-09105783126 davao - tomas canoy avancena jr.-09177017010 davao del norte - sarah castor - 09263988293 davao occidental - alma ORTIZ - 09058532215 davao city/island samal - jessie palabao -0935-874-9825/ -0946-242-6672 digos city, dvo sur & kidapawan - romeo d. sanchez davao city - flaviano mahinay davao city - rene s. arias (Photo Journalist,) mati, davao - ronald “sanchez” sicad - 0936-704-2580 butuan - PAT SAMONTE-0912-8091093 san frans - CRIS PANGANIBAN-09277974193 San Francisco - deding PANGANBAN-0927-7974193 Pagadian City - GRACE FRANCISCO Member: ORO CHAMBER Philippine Press Institute

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from his political party. In that situation, people tend to regret for they have given their votes to him. In my own country, the phenomenon above leads to the idea to have an independent candidate. This candidate is not from a certain political party. He is free from any political party like the people in general. Unfortunately, till now, such kind of candidate can never be the winner. For example, in a certain province in Java, in my country, Indonesia, there was an independent candidate of the governors. But, when the general election was conducted, this independent candidate was the loser. When we find such a phenomenon, it seems that

The Greek Drama Have my say

Cris Diaz

that without their support, the protagonist mangled Moreno in the 2013 mayoral fracas. The Rodriguez group claimed to hold 24 barangays in the city’s 80 barangays. The opposition Padayon Pilipino of “Dongkoy” Emano is reportedly on top the remaining 56 barangays. Thus, Moreno has no political base in any of the 80 barangays in Cagayan De Oro City. Obviously, Moreno has to galvanize a strong political bonding with the Uys and the Rodriguez’ if he wants to win a reelection in the 2016 mayoral race. It is no wonder then that Moreno is reportedly

Klaus Doring

the people in any country still get easily attracted by the slogan and the theme of the political campaign. The more attractive the theme and the slogan, the more the candidate get the votes. All big companies (not politics) believe that a good slogan has a power to make the customers always remember their products. In addition, most companies try to realize it in their business for success without being interfered by any political bodies. But, in politics, it is different from managing the company. Managing people under the guardian of political party is really difficult. The slogan and the theme of the campaign with the promises to public may not be that so easy to implement. Interpreting the situation above, we can judge that the best strategy in political campaign is how to lift the hot topic up for the theme and the slogan during the political campaign. Such strategy is, in fact, still relevant to discuss. However, we must also teach our nation how to be objective and honest to give the vote during the campaign.

And here we are. The last Sunday’s Greek referendum - as it happened. A referendum that will sink or rescue the Greek economy. And surely also the European. Greek voters have decisively rejected the terms of an international bailout. The final result in the referendum, published by the interior ministry shortly before writing this column, was 61.3% “No”, against 38.7% who voted “Yes”. Greece’s governing Syriza party had campaigned for a “No”, saying the bailout terms were humiliating. Their opponents warned that this could see Greece ejected from the eurozone, and a summit of eurozone heads of state has now been called for Tuesday this week. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said late on Sunday that Greeks had voted for a “Europe of solidarity and democracy”. “As of tomorrow, Greece will go back to the negotiating table and our primary priority is to reinstate the financial stability of the country,” he said in a televised address. “This time, the debt will be on the negotiating table,” he added, saying that an International Monetary Fund assessment published this week “confirms Greek views that restructuring the debt is necessary”. The dangerous thing: Tsipras keeps on playing poker. Who is still believing in him? I strongly agree with European officials in saying that a “No” would be seen as an outright rejection of talks with creditors.Jeroen Dijsselbloem, who heads the eurozone’s group of finance ministers, said the referendum result was “very regrettable for the future of Greece”. Germany’s Deputy Chancellor, Sigmar Gabriel, said renewed negotiations with Greece were “difficult to imagine”. Very well said,

See djuwari, page A11

See doring, page A11

See diaz, page A11

Can we find the leader for all?

ALLAN M. MEDIANTE Editor-in-Chief

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Daily Inspiration

Was Completed

“So the creation of the heavens and the earth and everything in them was completed.” Genesis 2:1

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How does it feel to complete a project, assignment, or case? That sense of accomplishment and productivity is very inspiring. Yet, if we find ourselves in

the middle of an overwhelming project, it’s easy to drop it and move on to an easier task. However, lots of loose ends result and nothing ever gets finished. If you find yourself discouraged and about to give up on your work, try focusing on the satisfaction of accomplishment when you are finished. This will give you the endurance you need to complete.


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URIGAO CITY, Surigao del Norte, July 8 (PIA) – The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) once again warns public on the use of butane canisters for household liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).

The DTI cautions that these canisters are not intended and designed for LPG and therefore may pose danger to users and households.

CSU, DOST to hold responsible mining stakeholders’ forum BUTUAN CITY – The Caraga State University (CSU), in partnership with the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) will be holding the S&T Program for Responsible Mining Stakeholders’ Forum on July 14-15, 2015 at Samping Avenue, this city. “The forum is a two-day affair, with the presentation of project outputs in Day-1 while the workshop and preparation of the Caraga Mineral Researches Management Roadmap will be in Day-2,” bared Rowena Varela, vice president for research and extension/program

leader of science and technology (S&T) program for responsible mining in Mindanao. Varela said the S&T Program for Responsible Mining in Mindanao implemented by the State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) in Caraga region and neighboring regions in Mindanao is now on its final year of implementation. “The program has a long-standing commitment to promoting sociallyacceptable, economically-viable, environment-friendly and ecologically sound mining in Mindanao anchored on sound decision support system

developed from information and technologies generated through research and development,” emphasized Varela. It was also learned that in order to overcome the issues on environmental and social aspects of mining, the CSU and DOST pushed for this stakeholders’ forum to foster dialogue and cooperation between industry leaders and partners including the government representatives, nongovernment organizations, managers of small-scale and large-scale mining companies and other stakeholders. (JPG/PIA-Caraga)

GIR...

ments of services and income. It is also equivalent to 6.2 times the country’s short-term external debt based on original maturity and 4.5 times based on residual maturity. Net international reserves (NIR), which refer to the

difference between the BSP’s GIR and total short-term liabilities, also increased by USD0.3 billion to USD80.7 billion as of end-June 2015, compared to the end-May 2015 NIR of USD80.4 billion. (PNA)

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the BSP’s gold holdings. The end-June 2015 GIR level remains ample as it can cover 10.6 months’ worth of imports of goods and pay-

Based on the Philippine National Standards (PNS 03-01:2000), only welded steel cylinders with a water capacity of 150 liters are intended for storage and transport of LPG. Butane canisters are not compliant with quality and safety requirements for LPG

refill. As such it may leak and emit hazardous gas and cause explosion and fire, thus, posing danger to life and properties. DTI Provincial Director Celestino L.Negapatan encourages the public to report any information on the said unsafe practice.

Concerned individuals can visit the DTI Provincial Office located at the 2nd Floor, Simtoco Building, Burgos Street, this city or call at telephone number 826-6129 or 0919-5971199. (SDR/Rodrigo R. Matabaran, DTI-Surigao del Norte/ PIA-Surigao del Norte)

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In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 9048, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that ROSE MAY S. BATOON has filed with this Office a petition for the change of first name from “ROSE” to “ROSE MAY” in the Certificate of Live Birth of ROSE SALOLOY BATOON who was born on May 14, 1996 in Cagayan de Oro City and whose parents are NITO PALERBATOON and EVANGELINE WABE SALOLOY. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this office not later than July 11, 2015.

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AVAO CITY -- Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas officials formally opened its 6th Money Matters for Kids Exhibit, at the BSP Regional Office, which will be accessible to the public up to July 17 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm including Saturdays and Sundays. Atty. Prudence Angelita Kasala, director of the BSP’s Financial Consumer Protection Department and Atty. Thelma Pantig, acting director of the BSP Davao Regional Office led the ribbon-cutting ceremony to formally open the exhibit. Kasala said the MMK is an interactive exhibit on financial literacy designed to provide young children

aged 12 and below with a fun way of learning the concepts of money, saving, wise spending and sharing. She said children are also taught the importance of saving for the future. Kasala said the bank’s financial literacy focus on children is grounded on studies that show those who began savings habits as children, display better attitudes

towards saving than those who did not save in their childhood days. “We need to teach children the values of savings and wise spending,” she said. Kasala revealed that following its exhibits in Manila and Cebu, the MMK activity reached a total of 23,496 children and adult exhibit

viewers. The exhibit is also a component program of the BSP’s Integrated Economic and Financial Learning Program that aims to empower financial consumers to make informed financial decision and improve their financial well-being. Pupils from the Palma

Gil Elementary School also graced the opening activity to view the interactive exhibit which features handson tools encouraging kids to play and study while exploring money-related themes. The exhibit gave them a chance to play the roles of bank managers and tellers and to know the concepts

of deposits and withdrawal through a make-believe bank and a mock automated teller machine. The exhibit also taught them how to budget and to differentiate between needs and wants in addition to distinguishing between genuine and fake banknotes. (PIA 11- Joey Sem G. Dalumpines)

DavNor guv inducts alliance of disaster action officers By MICHAEL UY

DAVAO DEL NORTE -- Governor Rodolfo del Rosario inducted yesterday during the regular monthly Convocation program of the provincial govern-

ment here, the officers of the Provincial Alliance of Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Officer (PADIRRMO). Among the action offi-

cers from the city and municipal DRRMOs, the alliance is headed by Kapalong Rescue and Emergency Services (KARES) Action Officer and Municipal Administrator Gaspar Balinggao. Governor Del Rosario

lauded the action officers for creating the alliance emphasizing that a strong collaboration is needed to reduce the impact of disaster in a more timely response. See alliance, page A11

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09354145759 09169249371 Republic of the Philippines Regional Trial Court 10th Judicial Region Branch 5 Hall of Justice Libertad, Butuan City RE: CORRECTION OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE ) OF JOAN MAMOGAY CORDOVA ) REPRESENTED BY ALFREDO CORTEZ, ) Petitioner, ) -Versus- ) LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR OF BUENAVISTA, ) AGUSAN DEL NORTE, PHILIPPINES, ) Respondent. ) X____________________________________)

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PETITION

PETITIONER, through the undersigned Counsel and unto the Honorable Court most respectfully avers that: 1. He is a Filipino, of legal age, single and a resident of Purok 7, Barangay Alubijid, Agusan del Norte, Philippines, while ATTY.-IN-FACT or Representative ALFREDO CORTEZ, is likewise Filipino, of legal age, and a resident of Barangay Guinabsan, Buenavista, Agusan del Norte, Philippines, where they can be served with summons and other processes of the Honorable Court, a copy of the Special Power of Attorney dated December 31, 2013, signed by JOAN M. CORDOVA and ALFREDO CORTEZ being duly notarized by ATTY. JOHN EDWIN C. LUNETA under Doc. No: 313, Page No: 313, Book No: XIX, and Series of 2013 is hereto attached on this Petition being marked as ANNEX “A” for the ready reference and convenience of the Honorable Court; 2. The Petitioner is the SON of LUNITA MAMOGAY and ARTEMIO CORDOVA who was born last June 14, 1987 at Barangay Tamosan, Alubijid, Buenavista, Agusan del Norte, Philippines. A copy of his Certificate of Live Birth is hereto attached as ANNEX “B” while the copy of CERTIFICATION from the office of the Local Civil Registrar of Buenavista, Agusan del Norte, Philippines, dated August 22, 2011 relative to the birth of the same Petitioner is hereto likewise attached to this Petition being marked as ANNEX “C”; 3. Unfortunately, the GENDER of the herein Petitioner, JOAN MAMOGAY CORDOVA on the aforesaid BIRTH DOCUMENTS were recorded or entered WRONGFULLY as FEMALE instead of MALE; 4. Said ERROR in the ENTRY of the herein Petitioner’s RECORD OF BIRTH was NEVER made INTENTIONAL but due to the mistake or inadvertence of an employee from the Local Civil Registrar of Buenavista, Agusan del Norte, Philippines, at the time of its entry; 5. To SUPPORT his MALE GENDER, the herein Petitioner attaches herewith on this Petition the following documents with their corresponding markings: 1. Copy of his VOTER’S CERTIFICATION from the Commission on Elections issued last August 22, 2011 being marked as ANNEX “D”; 2. MEDICAL CERTIFICATE from the Manuel J. Santos Hospital, Butuan City, dated January 12, 2014 being marked as ANNEX “D-1”; 3. His APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP of the PHILIPPINE SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS clearly showing his FACIAL PROFILE being marked as ANNEX “D-2”; 4. His RECORD CLEARANCE from the National Bureau of Investigation encoded October 24, 2011 being marked as ANNEX “D-3”.

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VERIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION I, ALFREDO CORTEZ, after having been duly sworn to in accordance with law, do hereby depose and say that: 1. I am the representative of the Petitioner, JOAN MAMOGAY CORDOVA in the above-entitled Petition; 2. I have caused the preparation of the foregoing Petition and that all the allegations therein are TRUE AND CORRECT to the best of my knowledge, information and belief; I hereby finally CERTIFY under oath that I have NOT commenced any other action or proceedings involving the same issues in the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, or any other Tribunal or Agency. To the best of my knowledge, no such action or proceedings is pending in the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, or different Divisions thereof or any other Tribunal or Agency. If I should thereafter learn that a similar action or proceeding has been filed or pending before the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, or different Divisions thereof, or any Tribunal or Agency, I undertake to promptly inform the aforesaid Courts and such other Tribunal or Agency of that fact within FIVE (5) days therefrom. (SGD.) ALFREDO S. CORTEZ Affiant SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me on this 3rd day of Februry 2015 at Buenavista, Agusan del Philippines. Affiant exhibited to me his proof of identification. (SGD.) ATTY. PABLO B. LAPA Notary Public Doc. No: 104; Until December 31, 2016 Page No.: 21 PTR no: 2322258, Issued January 5, 2015 Book No: II at Buenavista, Agusan del Norte, Philippines. Series of 2015 TIN NO: 406-310-386-000 MDN: June 25, July 2 & 9, 2015

NOTICE is hereby given that ERNESTO P. BUSTILLO, true and lawful owner of a parcel of land (Lot No. 3128 (Portion) Pls-22) situated at Barangay Ambago, City of Butuan, with an area of 1,000 square meters, more or less, which Ernesto P. Bustillo acquired by rights of succession per Extrajudicial Partition dated May 30, 2002 recorded as Doc. No. 365, Page No. 73, Book No. 66 Series of 2002 in the notarial register of Audie G. Bernabe, Notary Public for and in the City of Butuan, is the subject of a DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE made and executed by Ernesto P. Bustillo, as vendor, selling, ceding, transferring and conveying above-described property unto vendee Diana Ganda Silvio of Purok 5, Ambago, Butuan City, for and in consideration of P350,000.00, per Doc. No. 30; Page No. 6; Book No. CCXLIX; Series of 2007 of the Notarial Registry of Teodoro A. Emboy, Notary Public at the City of Butuan. MDN: July 9, 16 & 23, 2015

NOTICE

That JUSTICE & FAIRNESS can be best achieved if said ERRONEOUS ENTRY BE CORRECTED particularly on the ONLY ISSUE OF GENDER that should be or must be rectified or changed from FEMALE TO MALE. WHEREFORE, above premises considered, it is hereby respectfully prayed unto the Honorable Court that the herein Petition be GRANTED and that the herein PETITIONER’S ERRONEOUS ENTRY OF GENDER be CORRECTED from FEMALE to MALE. Petitioner pray for such other reliefs and remedies that the Honorable Court may consider as just and equitable under the circumstances of this PETITION. Alubijid , Buenavista, Agusan del Norte, Philippines for Butuan City, February 3, 2015. (SGD.) ATTY. PABLO B. LAPA Counsel For the Petitoner Buenavista, Agusan del Norte, Philippines. ROLL NO: 24833 IBP O.R. NO: 950992, Jaanuary 6, 2015 MCLE COMPLIANCE IV: January 18-19, 2013 Lanang, Davao City PTR NO: 2322258, Issued January 5, 2015 TIN NO: 406-310-386-000

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NOTICE is hereby given that the estate of ANTONIO D. JUANIR, who died intestate on January 29, 2015 at Surigao City, consisting of a certain parcel of land (Lot 10-P, Psd-021700 being a portion of Lot 10, Pcs-10-000534) situated at Ampayon, Butuan City, covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No. RT-30278 containing an area of 180 square meters, is the subject of an EXTRA JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF THE ESTATE OF THE LATE ANTONIO D. JUANIR WITH SIMULTANEOUS DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE made and executed by decedent Antonio D. Juanir’s only surviving legitimate heirs, namely, wife Magdalena M. Juanir, Jonathan M. Juanir, Cherielyn J. Millones, and Maricris J. Cabal, settling among themselves pro-indiviso above-described property, and selling, ceding, transferring and conveying said property unto Fely C. Siason of Ampayon, Butuan City for and in consideration of Php 100,000.00, per Doc. No. 169; Page No. 17; Book No. CLI; Series of 2014 of the Notarial Registry of Atty. Richard L. Lamigo, Notary Public for and in the City of Butuan until December 31, 2015 with PTR No. 0714659 1-02-2014. MDN: July 9, 16 & 23, 2015


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Recognizing the need to keep up with their customers’ digital lifestyle, Royal Cargo Inc. is always looking for new ways of doing things. Through a partnership with Globe Business and the IT Enabled Services Group, the premiere logistics company became the first enterprise to implement the breakthrough paperless solution, Canvas. Through Canvas, Royal Cargo was able to seamlessly shift its business processes from paper forms to dynamic mobile apps with many more functionalities. They use Canvas for Damage Reports, Discrepancy Reports, Situation Reports, Pickup/Dropoff Reports, and so many more. Since users can capture information on a smartphone or tablet and send it to customers or colleagues in seconds, Canvas allows Royal Cargo to save on paper and processing time. Royal Cargo has over thirty five years of experience in cargo transportation and handling and has a global network of owned companies and trusted agents. Following its vision to become a world-class total logistics provider and its commitment to bring up-to-date technology, the company acquired the Canvas licenses and has been using them successfully since 2014. With the improvement on the process of “Track and Trace” through the instant updating of the system, Royal Cargo was able to implement the transport of goods more quickly — allowing a fast, live, and accurate transfer of delivery information. The transition from the manual Proof of Delivery (POD) to an ePOD enabled

Royal Cargo to transmit details with a touch of a button from a deliver y destination going to the system that updates the POD milestone accordingly. Drivers are now equipped with Android smartphones that allow them to capture critical information including actual date, time and location where the shipment was delivered, e-signature of the consignee, plus a real-time photo taken when the shipment was received — and instantly send out the information via a dataenabled device. This capability further strengthened the specialized logistics services being offered by the company including international and domestic freight forwarding, warehousing & distribution, projects and heavy lift, business process outsourcing, customs clearance and brokerage, liquid transportation, shipping agencies, trucking service, and logistics solutions for Clinical Research and Development. “We realized the value of using Canvas eForms primarily with our PODs to customers. With the most important requirement – that the final link in the supply chain has to be updated and communicated in the speed of time – we thought of utilizing Canvas and implemented ePOD with our deliveries,” shares Calvert ‘Abet’ M. Cabungcal, Vice President, Global I.T of Royal Cargo Inc. “And today, we’re reaping the results of a faster and more accurate delivery of goods to our valued customers,” he added. Every Canvas app is customizable and can incorporate functionality such as GPS, image capture, dispatch, barcode scanning,

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WeatherTODAY THE enhanced “Habagat” will bring moderate to occasionally heavy rains over western section of Northern and Central Luzon, Metro Manila, CALABARZON, MIMAROPA and Western Visayas. Bicol Region, Cagayan Valley and the rest of Visayas will experience cloudy with light to moderate rains while the rest of the country will be partly cloudy to cloudy with isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms. “Chan-hom” is expected to exit the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) in the evening today (July 9, 2015) or Friday morning.

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Jampason in Jasaan, Misamis Oriental, is a landmark surrounded by crystal-clear waters. The “Isle of Agutayan” is also the guardian of marvelous sea corals that have become the favorite destination of sea divers and local enthusiasts. Since time immemorial, the “Isle of Agutayan” has become a silent witness of the perils and the charm of the province’s coastlines. Without a “light house,” then, many boats in the past have run aground in the deceptive atoll at the

height of the storm. Today, things would be different. The “Isle of Agutayan” is now part of the tourism roadmap of Misamis Oriental. During the groundbreaking for the construction of the 2-storey building in the islet last year, Emano said, that the “Isle of Agutayan” would become a compelling destination for both foreign and domestic tourist in the future. Now, with the completion of the “watch tower” and the installation of the

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“light house,” the dream of making the islets as a tourist destination would become a reality, he said. Emano said that the 84-square-meter floor area building’s houses the observation room and viewing deck on the first floor while the second floor occupies the lantern room and the catwalk. He said that the lantern room includes the electrical area, and two pieces of LED lights powered by a solar panel. – with reports from ERCEL MAANDIG

MISAMIS Oriental--A ‘light house’ suddenly appeared in the vastness of the Macabalan Bay area in Misamis Oriental sending excitement among navigators and domestic tourists here. The province of Misamis Oriental constructed the Php 6.6 million concrete building in September last year in a sparse atoll of the white sands, 5 kilometers from the shorelines of the

town of Jasaan. Provincial Governor Yevgeny Vincente Emano, who inaugurated the building, last Friday, said that the 2-storey building would serve as “watch tower” and as a “light house” in the province’s Macabalan Bay area. Four “watchmen” would alternate as buddy-buddy on a 24/7 duty to secure the “watch tower” and the “light house.” Emano said that the “watch tower” would serve as an observation post for

poachers in the five-hectare sanctuary of thousands of marine species that includes a rare Shark species. T h e s ol ar p owe re d “light house” would serve as a guide for anglers and navigators at sea during nighttime and inclement weather, Emano said. The atoll where the building now stands is the “Agutayan Islets,”a 5,000-square meters white sand, which appeared only during low tide. The islet, a 30-minute boat ride from the mainland

Officials of Greenpeace Southeast Asia have urged local government officials in Cebu to help protect sharks and stop the hunting of the marine predator. Vince Cinches, Greenpeace oceans campaigner for Southeast Asia, said sharks are being hunted for Cebuano specialty dishes like “larang,” a hot stew uses, among others, shark and sea turtle meat. Greenpeace reported that aside from the fish market in Pasil, shark meat is also sold in Dalaguete. Cinches said these indicate weak or no enforcement of local and interna-

tional laws. He said a Cebu provincial ordinance prohibits the hunting of sharks and rays and the selling and distribution of their meat. He also reminded local officials that the Philippines is a signatory to the Convention of International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), which protect sharks and rays, among others. As of March 2013, eight species of sharks and all manta rays are listed in CITES. Sharks play an important role in the ecosystem, prey-

ing on weak and unhealthy fish and helping prevent the spread of disease among fish populations. Cinches said sharks are also important to the economy, especially in tourism. Rep. Benhur Salimbangon (Cebu, fourth district), said the amended Fisheries Code carries heavy penalties against shark hunters. “I appeal to the fisherfolk and commercial fishers to refrain from catching thresher sharks, which is now a tourist attraction for divers,” said Salimbangon, also chairman of the House committee on fisheries and FOR P200. A laborer shovels sludge from a canal in Agdao District, Davao City on Saturday (July 4, 2015). He earns P200 a day for this dirty job. aquatic resources. pna

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Legarda lauds Dutch court ruling on carbon emission targets

Legarda: The Philippines is third highest in the world in terms of vulnerability to weather-related extreme events based on a 2013 World Bank study.

SENATOR Loren Legarda lauded the recent triumph of climate advocates as the Dutch court ordered its government to reduce carbon emissions by 25 percent within five years to help protect its citizens from climate change. “ Nat i o n s h av e m a d e pledges to cut their carbon emissions in international treaties but it is easy to make promises. This development shows that governments around the world have a legal obligation to their people when it comes to climate change mitigation.” Reports stated that a court in The Hague has ordered that the Dutch government slash carbon emissions by a minimum of 25 percent within the next five years. The ruling said that the

Dutch government’s plans to cut carbon emissions by just 14 to 17 percent compared to 1990 levels by 2020 was unlawful given the urgent threat of climate change. Legarda stressed that climate change, along with the extreme weather events it causes, knows no boundaries and the only way forward is a united global action towards mitigation, adaptation and resilience. In line with this, she said that the Philippines as third highest in the world in terms of vulnerability to weatherrelated extreme events based on a 2013 World Bank study, and following its acceptance of the presidency this year of the Climate Vulnerability Forum (CVF), must lead by example among develop-

ing countries and submit to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Secretariat its intended nationally determined contribution (INDC) that highlights its commitment to pursue climate justice and equitable growth for all. “One of our responsibilities is making sure we adhere to the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act or Republic Act 9003,” she said. “I am against incineration such as waste-to-energy technologies that employ burning to recover energy. We should also start gradually decreasing our dependence on coal,” said Legarda, noting that in the past five years alone, at least 21 coalfired power plant projects,

which are either operational, non-operational or under construction, were granted an Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC). Last year, Legarda filed Senate Resolution No. 1030 calling on the President of the Republic of the Philippines and the Secretary of Foreign Affairs to take the lead in passing a resolution in the 70th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in 2015, urging the International Court of Justice for an Advisory Opinion on the question: “Under International Law, what are the legal duties of States to protect humankind of today and the future from the climate crisis?” “Under this legal procedure, all governments of the

world will be asked to submit their comment,” the senator explained. She added: “This exercise will force them to seriously think about the climate crisis.” “This move will also compel governments to take action to enable the human species to address or face the ever-worsening impacts of the climate crisis,” said Legarda. “We must all work together now because as we continue to delay actions to mitigate climate change and address its effects, we will never be free from the cycle of poverty and disasters that threatens not only the vulnerable sectors and nations, but now even the powerful nations,” Legarda concluded.


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MORE than 50 stakeholders and valued clients graced the Mindanao-wide roadshow of Fuji Xerox Philippines last July 4 at Grand Caprice Restaurant. During the event, Fuji Xerox showcased its latest DocuCentre-V line to the valued patrons of Work Area, its exclusive distributor in this part of Mindanao.

DocuCentre-V, a digital color multifunction device, is a new standard in flexibility and efficiency to allow you to work smarter. In a world where individuals need their own space and a pleasant environment to comfortably work, Fuji Xerox understands that and has created the new Docu-Centre-V series M AYO R O S C A R MORENO carr ies six-year-old RuEllE CANiNO while elder brother RONAld stands by him when they were presented during City Hall's weekly flag raising last Monday. The CANiNO siblings won silver and bronze during the recent Asean Age Group Chess Championships in Singapore. CITY INFORMATION OFFICE

consisting of seven models – C7775, C6675, C5575, C4475, C3375 and C2275. Take a read at this – the DocuCentre-V (any model for that matter) automatically exits from Sleep mode as you approach the device, thus saving time and energy already. What’s more, a face recognition camera can tell more accurately who the approaching user is and the device prepares itself for the applications constantly used by the approaching person. Second feature – scanning is now much simpler with the automatic recognition of both the orientation and number of printed sides of the original document. Third awesomeness – you can also use your iPhone or iPad or And-

roid device to print on DocuCentre-V, including posters up to 1,200mm x 297mm size range. Hole-punched paper and envelope are also supported. That and you can also use a USB to print on the device. Or you can access any document from a cloud that is run by Fuji Xerox. The DocuCentre-V can staple, punch, saddle stitch, Z-fold or trifold any document to your disposition. From the device, printed documents are received into a tray which can accommodate up to 3,090 sheets. For more information, just log on to fujixerox.com.ph. Or better yet, visit Work Area and inquire. Their address is at Pabayo-Cruz Taal Sts., Cagayan de Oro City.

ORGANIZED YOUNG LEGISLATORS CONVERGE IN CDO By ercel maandig

C agayan de Oro- The Nat i o n a l M o ve m e n t o f Yo u n g L e g i s l a t o r s (N M Y L) c o m p o s e d of V ic e G ove rnor s and Mayors;Provincial,City and Municipal Councilors in the country who are 40 years old and below; on July 8 to 10 was converge here for a Congress to tackle down on promoting Mindanao to Visayas and Luzon that the place still safe to live in contrary to the misconceptions that Mindanao is a war zone,according to Sultan Kudarat Board Member and NMYL Vice President for Mindanao Eric Recinto. Recinto said that this is the first time that Mindanao hosted the congress just to promote that key cities in this peace loving island such as Cagayan de Oro is still very safe for tourists and we have lots of tourism p ote ntials he re. A ls o,p e ople outside Mindanao has negative reaction and has misconception on the recent talks on the drafting of Bangsamoro Basic Law that add more chaos from our brother and sisters in Visayas and Luzon."We have to show them that Mindanao still the safest place to visit,that's why our main objective is to promote Tourism Destinations in Mindanao"Recinto said.

O n T hur s day,ar o und 130 delegates will experienced the adventures of Dahilayan Park in Bukidnon and if there's still time to catch up they will thrilled in the rapids of Kabula River here for a White Water Rafting Adventure.In the first Day of the Congress,delegates with hold its Congress at the 4th Infantry Diamond (4th ID) Division of Philippine Army in Camp Evangelista in the village of Patag here just to showcase the Peace and Order situationer of the 4th ID jurisdiction.NMYL was founded in the 1980 and was conceptualized by Secretary Kiko Pangilinan who was then a Councilor of his district and now lead by its National President Bayugan City Councilor Kirk A. Asis who is a Mindanaoan.Recinto was proposing to the National Executive Council to hold its first Congress hosted by Mindanao,the reason why they're here converging for 3 days. "We are just hoping that BBL will really attain the long lasting peace in Mindanao and its its up for our legislators in the Senate after in the House of the Representative to really have a thorough review the provisions of the Law,and we know that the Senate slowly but

surely will able to track down the basic law that really attain the long lasting peace of this island that we lived in"Recinto added. He added that the facade of our Political system in the country is getting worsen that needs to be tailored but good thing is there's a lot of young legislators now won its seat in different avenue in the legislative department as elective officials and these young politicians are not "Trapo's"(Traditional Politician)that still not eaten by the old system yet.NMYL was also indicating that the young legislators of this generation would really swim to the strong current of negative track that politicians of today tagged as corrupt,aiming that the movement will really advoc ate Change of Political System of the country. Congressman Wing Gatchalian will be their Congress Guest of Honor while assuring that No Political intervention in 2016 nor No endorsement has been made from themon what National figure to vote for next years National election. Last Day of the Congress will be the meeting of the National Executive Council.

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Be careful in your soul Special Gospel of the day(July9, 2015-Thursday) Mark 9:2-10” And He was transfigured before them; and His garments became radiant and exceedingly white, as no launderer on earth can whiten them. Elijah appeared to them along with Moses; and they were talking with Jesus. Peter said to Jesus, “Rabbi, it is good for us to be here; let us make three tabernacles, one for You, and one for Moses, and one for Elijah.Then a cloud formed, overshadowing them, and a voice came out of the cloud, “This is My beloved Son, listen to Him!” All at once they looked around and saw no one with them anymore, except Jesus alone. As they were coming down from the mountain, He gave them orders not to relate to anyone what they had seen, until the Son of Man rose from the dead. They seized upon that statement, discussing with one another what rising from the dead meant: Life is like climbing in a mountain that requires an extra efforts and energy. As a mountain climber, you need to double your desire, strength and determination for you to reach at the top of the mountain. This was done by the three Disciples of Christ who went to mount Tabor because Jesus brought them for a reason behind. This is my realization, let God brings you where he wants you to go because better future is waiting for you. Do not refuse if you are called by God to be with him because

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ANOTHER ROUND OF BOOKS TURN-OVER – In an opening salvo for the continuation of the Books Donation Program, VICE GOVERNOR JOEY G. PELAEZ turned-over 208 books to the remote San Francisco de Asis Elementary School in El Salvador City. The books, donated by Children International Philippines, Inc., are hardbound and of good quality. Advocating the enhancement of reading, writing and comprehension skills, Vice Governor Pelaez emphasized in his message that the books should be used, read and allowed to be brought home by the pupils. Also present during the simple turn-over ceremony were Honorable Roel R. Sabella (Barangay Chairman) and Mr. Ian K. Castro (Principal) photo supplied

PRIME: In serving underserved groups in the Philippines By Sharon S. Marille Teacher – III Lazaro MES Bonifacio East District

Department of Education has provided programs and projects to uplift the delivery of education in all areas nationwide. There are these Education for All (EFA) targets, for example, that would be concluded next year and also the set Millennium Development Goals of United Nations, all motive to provide better education to young Filipinos. Most of these programs are done especially to extend education to areas that are seems unreachable due to distance or lack of budget. This areas are also considered home of more

than half the number of total population among young people. Example of such program is Philippine Response to Indigenous Peoples’ and Muslim Education or PRIME. It is implemented following DepEd’s mandate to ensure the access to more reliable data for planning and targeting its resources for the purpose of reaching the under-served groups across the country. The program is realized through partnership with Australian government, being the funding organization. PRIME takes place in nine regions of the country which are determined as regions having lowest educational indicators. It is expected to improve access to qual-

ity education by addressing drop-out rates, improving poor participation rates and increasing completion rates and national test score rates, which will result to better learning outcomes for indigenous peoples and Muslim communities. The run of PRIME first started on year 2011. In a statement released July 2014, DepEd reported that this program has already reached more than a 100,000 children attending in some 725 public schools across nine sites in the country. PRIME has been an effective tool in delivering quality kind of education to various locations in a manner that it is sensitive and parallel to varying cultures, dialects and practices. This method made it easier for learning

Brigada Eskwela 2015, Nagsimula na! By Luwen T. Villanueva District of Kitaotao II Sinuda Central Elementary School

Inilunsad na ngayon ang isang linggong boluntaryong paglinis at pag-aayos sa mga pampublikong paaralan para sa pasukan sa Hunyo o ang ‘Brigada Eskwela’. Ito ay isang bayanihan kong saan ang lahat ay nagtulong

tulong sa iisang layunin. Ipinakita dito ang pagpahalaga para sa kaayusan ng paaralan. Ang mga barangay officials at mga kapulisan ay nagtulong tulong para maisaayos ang mga sirasirang upoan. Ang mga iba

pang volunteer ang nagpipintura ng silid-aralan, nagkukumpuni ng sirang kasangkapan, at naglilinis ng bakuran. Ang mga materyal at supplies ay karaniwang donasyon ng mga magulang o ng mga private business at foundation. Napakagandang tingnan na ang mga tao ay nagtulong tulong para sa

to be appreciated. DepEd is trying their best to reach everyone, of any age or culture, who need to be educated. PRIME is a successful program that proves this effort. All these, however, cannot accommodate everything, citing the number of problems in education our country is facing. Thus, challenge is being posted for everyone in this country. Each one’s participation is very important. Each voice that responds to the call is essential. The promotions from a person to another will entice learners to come or go back to school. It is through that way that education in the Philippines will be called fruitful and successful. iisang layunin. Bilang isang magulang dapat natin ipadama lalong lalo na sa ating mga anak ang pagpapahalaga sa kanilang kinabukasan. Ang pakikipaglahok sa mga aktibidad sa paaralan ay isang halimbawa nito. Sa paraang ito, maipadama natin ang ating pagmamahal at malasakit alang alang sa kanilang kinabuksan.


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campaign. This is due to the fact that most of the leaders in any country or regions tend to be committed to their own political parties than the whole nation, when having been elected and appointed. All the strategies are good as long as we can make the people literate. But, the most important thing is to make them enlightened. Only education can lead the people aware of their responsibility to find the best leader for the whole nation. Again, the track record of the candidate should be exposed as much as possible. This exposure can lead the people aware of how to make them objectively choose their leader through the general election. All media can be the best partnership for the people to be enlightened. The tract record of having done the jobs or works for the people in general is essential for the people to know. Has he got any achievement beneficial for the people so far? Dr. Djuwari is the advisor of Indonesia Association of Press Practitioners/ Journalists in East Java province (HIPSI), Indonesia. He is also the president of the International Association of Scholarly Publishers, Editors, and Reviewers (IASPER).

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or www.klausdoringsclas- sonably increased the cost of basic services beyond sicalmusic.blogspot.com. consumer affordability, allowing the accumulation of from page A6 enormous private profits. “PADIRRMO plays a But there is a better way to crucial role in saving people privatization: cooperativizalives in the province espe- tion. Yes, the cooperative cially in time of emergen- way, meaning, cooperatives cies,” Del Rosario said. bidding for government as He said that with the sets and undertaking public steady increase in the num- infrastructure projects,” ber of calamities worldwide, Ilagan said. disaster risk reduction and Ellorin pointed out that management is very essen- it is high time that the peotial for sustainable develop- ple, through cooperatives, ment. control the power sector as The induction ceremony this is the only way to help was part of the provincial the sector mitigate climate celebration of the National change. Disaster Consciousness “This model, power conMonth. sumers themselves control PDRRMO Executive Of- ling the power sector, is ficer Anita Juntilla said that successfully being done in activities for the monthly Europe, the Americas and observation will include Canada. If this is being symposia in different local done with success in other government units, Rescue- parts of the world, there is lympics and rescue boat no reason this cannot be making and race. (PIA11, successfully done here in Michael Uy) the Philippines,” he stressed. The cooperative sector is a strong promoter of renewfrom page A3 able energy, he added. And we have representatives the Agus-Pulangi HEPP, of billionaire cooperatives which supplies more than from the Visayas and Lu- 50 percent of Mindanao’s zon islands signif ying power requirement, is a their intention to join the good example of renewable energy. (Bong D. Fabe) 1MIECOOP,” he added. 1MIECOOP will raise the needed capital of P3hP3.6 billion in one year to ac- from page A1 quire, operate and manage The growth in Mayor the Agus-Pulangi HEPP by Duterte’s wealth largely collecting PhP100 a month came from more cash on for one year from every hand and in banks which member of cooperatives that added up to P13,846,732.62 have joined 1MIECOOP, for the year 2014. He dewhich has more than 3 mil- clared cash amounting to lion members, Tan said. P12,993,289.73 for this parThe Agus-Pulangi HEPP ticular item in his SALN for supplies Mindanao with the year 2013. more than 50 percent of its Duterte earns P78,946 power requirement. monthly since he is a govThe bid for the Agus- ernment official with a SalPulangi HEPP is in accor- ary Grade 30 under the dance with the cooperatives’ Salary Standardization Law, mandate of promoting the which is similar to the inequitable distribution of come level of a governor wealth, primarily to the as prescribed by the Civil electricity consumers of Service Commission. Mindanao and serve as In an interview, Duterte a socioeconomic model said that his wealth includes that would spur inclusive allowances from different growth and development councils that he headed, in Mindanao and will give which includes Watershed real life to the meaning of Management Council, Retransformative cooperative gional Peace and Order development, Tan said. Council, City Peace and 1MIECOOP can even Order Council, Investment raise the stake higher with Incentive Board, and Public billionaire cooperative Private Partnership Board. throughout the country He also declared in his shelling out bigger capital SALN that he acquired a contribution, Ellorin added. piece of agricultural land 1MIECOOP’s bid to “ac- in Catigan, Toril worth quire, operate and manage P500,000 last year. Agus-Pulangi hydropower For his real properties, complex is not as a capital- Duterte has P1.7-million ist representing a financial worth of residential lots interest, but as consumer- and P1.7 million agriculowners who continue to tural lands. should all the cost electricThe city mayor declared ity,” Tan stressed, adding as personal properties vethat for that alone, the co- hicles worth P1.1 million, operatives’ bid is the better household appliances and alternative to privatization, furniture worth P450,000, which is being blamed for jewelry worth P300,000, the exorbitant power rates and investments worth P3.8 in the country. million. These items were Pete Ilagan, president of already declared in his 2013 the National Association SALN. of Electricity Consumers As part of his business for Reform (NASECORE), interests, he has served as said the cooperative op- incorporator of Honda Cars tion is the better option to in General Santos City since privatization. 1997 and Poeng Yue Foun“Lamentably though, dation in San Pedro, Davao privatization has also unrea- City in 2012.

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Duterte’s relatives in the government service include his son Vice Mayor Paolo Z. Duterte; daughter-in-law January Duterte, Barangay Catalunan Grande chief; brother Benjamin R. Duterte as his private secretary; nephew Wilfrido D. Villarica as administrative officer of the city council; and Justice Agnes Reyes Carpio, mother of lawyer Mans Carpio, husband of daughter Sara Duterte-Carpio. Paolo Duterte’s assets, meanwhile, reached P24.287 million from 2013 to last year following the increases on his cash on hand or bank, according to his latest sworn SALN. His cash on hand or bank increased to P6 million last year from P3.5 million in 2013. His assets, which hiked from P21.837 million in 2013, were combined with his wife January, who is also president of the Association of Barangay Captains (ABC). As January serves as head of the ABC, she gained a seat in the city council with annual salary of P752,040 as cited on the data from the City Accountant Office. Paolo’s annual income, meanwhile, stood at P812,208. The recent SALN of the vice mayor showed that the worth of his household appliances and furniture was P50,000 lower than the previous year’s P350,000. His other personal properties such as vehicles, investments and jewelries remained at P3.715 million, P850,000 and P400,000, respectively. The vice mayor’s real properties include P12.8million worth of residential lots and P200,000 worth of agricultural lands. These are located in Ecoland, Quezon Boulevard, Catalunan Grande, Malagos and Matina. Duterte’s liabilities also grew to P7 million last year from P4.7million the previous year. As of last year, he owed debts to creditors Jaime Uy Jr., Philippines Savings Bank and Nestor Du Ma as he managed to have personal loan and home credit line. This attributed on why Duterte’s net worth, which is composed of total assets less liabilities, was only P17.287 million last year, which is just P100,000 higher than the previous year. Paolo was formerly barangay chairman of Catalunan Grande and president of ABC. When he was still the association’s representative to the city council, he was considered as the richest lawmaker with net worth of P20.4 million as of 2012 based on records from Sangguniang Panlungsod. The younger Duterte also managed to have business interests such as serving as incorporator of Grand MD Business Development Corp. since 2007, shareholder of Jolly General Foods Corp. in 2007 and stockholder of Server Cuisine Corp., which is based in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, in 2006.

He likewise became proprietor of a boarding house in 2009, incorporator of Manila-based Chinese Gen Bee Foods Corp. in 2013, proprietor of Long Water and Long Tuna in 2014. (MindaNews)

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curriculum outside of the formal school structure. Aclo said there are currently almost 2,000 enrollees in the open high school learning program in Cagayan de Oro City. Since the open high school learning program is designed by the Bureau of Secondary Education to be flexible in its syllabuses, the e-Education Project will spearhead the production of video educational materials in mathematics, chemistry, biology, physics, English and Filipino. These video materials may then be taken home by the students in the form of DVDs or USBs. Although these instructional materials are initially produced in Cagayan de Oro, the e-Education Project module could be replicated nationwide, added Aclo. “It is highly likely that DepEd will adopt the eEducation Project template here for the whole country because they (the Japanese) have been successful in carrying these out in other countries,” he said. The e-Education Project also maintains educational outreaches in Bangladesh, Indonesia, Jordan, Myanmar, Rwanda and the Gaza Strip. For this, more than 20 education supervisors interacted with e-Education Project representatives from Cagayan de Oro City to create the modules’ content in the six subjects mentioned earlier. It is expected to be rolled out in June 2016. In an earlier memorandum, Bureau of Secondary Education director Lolita M. Andrada encouraged the DepEd regional offices nationwide to modify the content of the open high school program in their respective localities to best suit local conditions.

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the province. “We’re not only focusing on the festivities but on outside developments as well that might have implications on the local and national scene,” he said in a press conference. Based on their security plan, Briones said policemen were designated as the main force for the security deployment. He said elements from the Army’s 27th Infantry Battalion will serve as the second ring of security or support force. They also enlisted the services of local civil security personnel and barangay police teams as force multipliers, he said. Briones said that in support of the festivities, the Police Regional Office 12 has sent 60 police personnel from the Regional Public Safety Battalion (RPSB) to augment their security operations. He said the RPSB operatives, which will help secure key festival venues or sites, will be deployed starting Wednesday. Romeo Rufino, South Cotabato Civil Security Unit (CSU) chief, said they have established 14 fixed security command posts in various festival venues. He said they have assigned 115 CSU personnel to man the posts on 24-hour basis until the culmination of the festivity. Rufino, who heads the festival’s security committee, said they also prepared a security plan for each of the lined up activities. He said the plan included some lessons that they learned and corrected in the conduct of the previous festivities. “Our main thrust is the security of the spectators and the organizers. We’re hoping that with the implementation of the security plan, there will be no untoward incident that will happen during the entire celebration,” he added. (MindaNews)

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Republic of the Philippines LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRY OFFICE PROVINCE OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL Cagayan de Oro City NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 10172, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that LOUIE M. ENERO has filed with this Office a petition for the correction of clerical error in the entry of the child’s SEX from “F” to “MALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of LOUIE MAGALLONES ENERO who was born on October 24, 1973 in Cagayan de Oro City and whose parents are SONNY AGUSTIN ENERO and RUTH ABRIS MAGALLONES. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than July 18, 2015. (SGD.) NORMA S. DIPUTADO City Civil Registrar MDN: July 9 & 16, 2015


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