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Mindanao Daily NEWS

Volume II, No. 147

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Newly elected officers of the Rotary Club of Cagayan de Oro (Mother Club) pose for posterity following their election at the Seda Centrio 5 December 2013: (L-R) Sonny Tiro, secretary; Popo Juarez, vice president; President Elect Luigi Sarraga; Norman Makapugay, treasurer; Dante Sudaria, Dodie Lagrosas, and Neil Que, directors. Also in photo are RC CDO Pres. Ferdie Bernasor (right) and PP Caloy Gorospe (left). Mindanao Daily News photo by Mike Baños, NPM

1 killed, 2 injured during demolition in Misor town By FROILAN GALLARDO of MindaNews

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UGAIT, Misamis Oriental––One was killed while two others were injured here yesterday when policemen clashed with homeowners whose houses were being demolished on the strength of a Supreme Court order. See FULL STORY, page 2

Benasa elected RCCDO presindent for RY 2014-2015

Communications Executive Alvin d. Benasa has been elected president of the Rotary Club of Cagayan de Oro for Rotary Year 2104-2015. Also elected during the regular weekly fellowship of the RCCDO were the following: Paul Clarence R. Juarez, vice president; Sonny Tiro, secretary; Norman Makapugay, treasurer and the following as members of the Board of Directors: Dante M. Sudaria, Dufel

Lagrosas, Michael Mendoza, Neil Que and Paul Ferrer. Benasa is a long-time resident of Cagayan de Oro and started as sales head for Bayan Telecommunications before eventually rising through the ranks to become regional sales head for ABS-CBN Convergence, Inc. He is currently serving as the club’s vice president for Rotary Year 2013-2014. Inducted as a member of the RC CDO in 2008, Rtn. Benasa gained prominence

as the Team Building Facilitator of TEAM EXCEL. During his first year to the club, he became a Chairman /Co-Chairman/and Active Committee Member of different signature projects of the club including Career Guidance, Workplace Tour and others, winning the 100% Attendance Award during his first two years with the Club. He was awarded as Rookie of the Year of RCCDO

Landowner snubs Bambi in Lugait By CRIS DIAZ Executive Editor

LUGAIT, Misamis Oriental -- Lawyers and administrators of the Achondoa Agro-Industrial Company on Thursday snubbed Misamis Oriental Governor Bambi Emano’s initiative to peacefully settle the bloody standoff between the company and informal settlers there. A settler was killed while four others were See snubs, page 11

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Tension eases at demolition site By GERRY LEE GORIT Correspondent

inquire at MAX’S RESTAURANT. Robinsons Mall, CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY Tel. No.: (088) 858-6297 • (08822) 75-6297 • Cell. No.: 0917 7061147

CAGAYAN de Oro City–– Following the death of one resident Wednesday at barangay Calangahan in Lugait, Misamis Oriental, tension between the protest-

ers and the police subsided Thursday as negotiations by government officials continue. Nixon Tungao, 35, was killed by a gunshot wound at the height of a clash between the protesters and the policemen.

Supt. Sandy Vale of the provincial police office said they have yet to release the findings of their investigation as to the perpetrator. One other resident and two policemen were injured. Some 300 houses of See site, page 11

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1 killed, 2 injured during demolition in Misor town EDITOR: RUEL PELONE, ruel_pelone2002@yahoo.com

By FROILAN GALLARDO of MindaNews

LUGAIT, Misamis Oriental––One was killed while two others were injured here yesterday when policemen clashed with homeowners whose houses were being demolished on the strength of a Supreme Court order. The clash, and the ensuing negotiations conducted in the middle of the Cagayan de Oro – Iligan highway, halted traffic, stranding hundreds of commuters. The highway was eventually reopened late afternoon Wednesday after Gov. Yevgeney Emano negotiated with the court sheriff and police to stand down the demolition of houses in the Achondoa Agro-industrial Corporation here. Police clashed with homeowners in the morning as the former started tearing down the houses. A total of 240 houses in Barangays Kalangahan and Biga were supposed to be demolished.

ANGER. A squatter became emotional after policemen fired tear gas at the in Lugait, Misamis Oriental on December 4. One person was killed while two others were injured when squatters tried to prevent police officers from demolishing their houses. Right, A wounded person was carried by his companions following a clash between police and squatters. Photos courtesy of the League of the Filipino Students One homeowner identified as Nickson Tungao died while undergoing treatment at the Mindanao Sanitarium and Hospital in neighboring

Iligan City. Emano said two other homeowners were also treated in Iligan City for gunshot wounds. Police fired tear gas at the homeowners who fought

back with stones when demolition teams started to go near their houses. The demolition order was carried out by Court Sheriff Norberto Labis on

the strength of a Supreme Court order denying the petition of the homeowners to the 40-hectare property in Barangays Kalangahan and Biga. Emano said he asked Sheriff Labis to delay the demolition until he can inspect the relocation site where the affected homeowners would be transferred. “I have appealed for their compassion and not try to force the demolition,” Emano said. Gina Lobguban, vice chair of the Alyansa ng mga

Biktima sa Demolisyon sa Barangay Kalangahan, said they did not like the relocation site given to them because it is located in the mountains. “Our families are all fishermen. What will we do for a living in the mountains?” Lobguban said. Lobguban accused the police of firing the guns that killed Tungao and wounded two of their companions. Emano said the negotiations will continue Thursday morning. (Froilan Gallardo / MindaNews)


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Editor: JOE DEL PUERTO FELICILDA Asst editor: ARJAY S. FELICILDA mindanaodailycaraga@gmail.com

Agusan del Norte • Agusan del Sur • Surigao del Norte • Surigao del Sur • Dinagat Islands

Sixth Caraga Parliamentary Debate LawFortun Cup set By PAT SAMONTE Regional Editor-Caraga

BUTUAN City––A total of 39 teams will vie for the coveted Law Fortun Cup as the 6th Caraga Parliamentary Debate Championship (CPDC) will be staged on December 6-8, 2013 at the St. Joseph Institute of Technology (SJIT) here. A true battle of wits and eloquence, the annual Caraga Parliamentary Debate Championship is organized by the Caraga Parliamentary Debate Union in partnership with Rep. Lawrence Lemuel Fortun (1st District, Agusan del Norte).

On its sixth staging this year, CPDC has been swamped with more than expected 39 participating teams, 19 for the college category and 20 for the high school level. On the agenda are timely issues entwined in environmental governance, sustainability and resilience affecting the locality, the Filipino polity and the global community. Among the college teams, Father Saturnino Urios University (Butuan City) will be on hand as defending champion against tough opponents from Caraga

Power coop eyes rate hike next year By CHRIS V. PANGANIBAN Regional Editor-Caraga

SAN FRANCISCO, Agusan del Sur-- Officials of the local electric cooperative in this province have assured consumers that a power rate increase next year to defray the proposed P621 million bank loan for a three-year major upgrade project will have the least impact to their monthly electricity bills. Nico Salapang, budget officer of Agusan del Sur Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Aselco), said the proposed increase will only have an average See DEBATE/p.11 of some two percent increase in the monthly bills of both residential, commercial and industrial conRepublic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office sumers. Province: Agusan del Norte The multi-million loan proposal

City/Municipality: Butuan City

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. Act No. 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public that NATIVIDAD VIÑAS BERMOY has filed with this Office a petition for Change of First Name from “ROSALE’ to “NATIVIDAD” in the birth certificate of ROSALE ELISITO VEÑAS who was born on Sept. 4, 1957 at Butuan Maternity Hospital, Butuan City, Agusan del Norte and whose parents are MARTIN FABE VEÑAS and MATILDE ELISITO. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than 16 December 2013. (Sgd.) JUDITH ALVIZO-CALO, LLB, MPA City Civil Registrar MDN: Nov. 29 & Dec. 6, 2013

was formally presented by Aselco officials during a public hearing on December 4 at the Aselco main office here presided by the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC). Aselco is seeking P621 million loan from a local bank with a seven percent interest to implement the three-year capital expenditure projects to upgrade and improve its services to thousands of its consumers. The projects include upgrade of backbone lines, installation of fiber optic technology, replacement of old poles, kilowatt hour meters and uprating of transformers from Silicon to Amorphous core. Lawyer Roviel Masigan, ERC hearing officer, said the loan proposal will be thoroughly studied within 90 days to check if their assessment of

the projects are in order before they will approve it. “The commission would look into the nitty-gritty of the projects,” he said. ERC has clarified they would not necessarily approve the proposed projects all at once after the careful evaluation that they recommended Aselco to identify the most priorities that would be beneficial to the consumers. “We recommend some force rankings of the project because somehow it would have rate impact to the consumers,” Masigan said. He further clarified that Aselco cannot seek bank loans higher than seven percent interest since that is the rate they already cited in their application for loan approval with ERC.

NGCP: Power transmission services stable despite quake

By PAT SAMONTE Regional Editor-Caraga

BUTUAN City––Power transmission services of the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines

(NGCP) remain normal despite a strong earthquake on Wednesday morning, 5.7 kilometers southeast of Mati, Davao Oriental. In a press statement, Atty. Cynthia Perez-AlName of the Procuring Entity LGU of Villanueva

abanza, spokesperson of NGCP Corporate Communications Department, said the grid remains intact as there had been no reported cases of power transmission interruptions and damaged

transmission facilities. The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) reported a magnitude 5.7 quake struck off Davao Oriental early See QUAKE/p.11

Project Reference Number Name of the Proj.: Improvement of TB Control Dots Location of the Project: Villanueva, Misamis Oriental

Standard Form Number: SF-GOOD-05 Revised on: July 28, 2004

INVITATION TO APPLY FOR ELIGIBILITY AND TO BID The LGU of Villanueva, Misamis Oriental, through its Bids and Awards Committee (BAC), invites all interested bonafide bidders to apply for eligibility and to bid for the hereunder project: Improvement of TB Control Dots (Labor and materials) 1 25.50 Sq.m. Installation of Steel Grill 2 5.50 Sq.m Concrete Roofing 3 1.0 unit Concrete Bench & Installation of Sink

25.5 Sq. m. Painting 1.0 Unit Door L.S.

Curtain

Total Estimated Project Cost - - Php. 200,000.00 All particulars relative to Eligibility Statement and Screening, Bid Security, Performance Security, Pre-Bidding Conference(s), Evaluation of Bids, Post-Qualification and Award of Contract shall be governed by the pertinent provisions of R.A. 9184 and its Implementing Rules and Regulation (IRR).

The complete schedule of activities is listed, as follows:

Activities Schedule Issuance of Bid Documents December 5, 2013-December 27, 2013 - 2:00 P.M. Pre-bid Conference December 18, 2013, - 2:00 P. M. Opening of Bids December 27, 2013 - 2:00 P. M. The LGU of Villanueva assumes no responsibility whatsoever to compensate or indemnify bidders for any expenses incurred in the preparation of the bid. The Bids and Awards Committee of Villanueva, Mis. Or. reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any defects or formality therein and to accept bids considered complying and most advantageous to the government. The IRR-A of RA 9184 shall govern the bidding process Approved: (Sgd.) SALVADOR S. GALADO BAC Chairman MDN: Dec. 6, 2013


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Republic of the Philippines Province of Camiguin MUNICIPALITY OF SAGAY -000OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL TREASURER Notice of Delinquency in the Payment of Real Property Tax for Publication pursuant to Section 254 of RA 7160. First Publication Barangay Alanjllan No. TD# Declared Location Classification No. of Years TOTAL Owner of Property Parcels Delinquent 1 H-0202050 ABAMONGA, IVENIA &TABILIRAN, ET AL LABAYAO COCAL 1 1992-2012 Php 5,948.60 2 H-0202017 ALONZO. CAROLINA SAGAY COCAL 2 1994-2012 Php 8,513.50 3 H-202268 ANG, GONZALO SAGAY COCAL 4 1993-2012 Php 8,336.00 4 H-0201915 BACGRLGY, EMETERIA SAUBSUB COCAL 1 1993-2012 Php 4,833.60 5 H-0201916 BACORLOY, GUADALOPE SAUBSUB COCAL 1 1999-2012 Php 4,868.80 6 H-0202547 BALISADO, APOLONIO HRS. OF ALANGILAN COCAL 1 2001-2012 Php 3,515.00 7 H-0201627 BORROMEO, CONCEPTION KIBUGTONG COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 5,422.00 8 H-0201866 CAANGAY, GENOVIVA SAGAY COCAL 2 2002-2012 Php 5,440.40 9 H-0201864 CAANGAY, LIBORIO/BABAISON, ET AL KIBUGTONG COCAL 1 2006-2012 Php 2,990.40 10 H-0202544 CABACTULAN, TEODORICO LABAYAO COCAL 1 1980-2012 Php 2,746.60 11 H-0201855 ECHALICO, BANDINO HRS OF. LABAYAO COCAL 1 1999-2012 Php 2,877.80 12 H-0201724 ECHALICO. APOLONIO LANAO COCAL 1 1996-2012 Php 2, 132.50 13 H-0201811 EDPALINA. JOSE SAGAY COCAL 2 2001-2012 Php 10,72200 14 H-0202029 EDQUILA, LUIS SAUBSUB COCAL 1 2006-2012 Php 5,462.40 15 H-0202083 EPAN, CONST ANCIO HRS. OF MACAPAGAO COCAL 1 1999-2012 Php 2,672.60 16 H-0202549 EPAN, LUIS A ET. AL. ALANGILAN COCAL 6 2001-2012 Php 12,794.60 17 H-0202440 GACUS, HERMOGENES SAGAY COCAL/RES. 3 1995-2012 Php 5,155.20 18 H-0202053 GACUS, MODESTO PANANAKAN COCAL 1 1999-2012 Php 4,431.20 19 H-0201744 GAGUAN, EMELIANO LANAO COCAL 1 2006-2012 Php 3.880.00 20 H-0201922 JAMAGO, ESTEBAN 5AUB5UB COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2,661.60 21 H-0201933 LANTACA, BERNABE SAUBSUB COCAL 1 2000-2012 Php 3,023.20 22 H-0201926 LANTACA, BRUNO SAUBSUB COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 3.327.60 Z5 H-0200057 LANTACA, DEMETRIO SAGAY COCAL 2 2O02-20I2 Php 5,595.40 24 H-0202007 LANTACA, .HIPOLITO SAGAY COCA! 4 1394-2012 Php 10,877.80 25 h-0202027 LANTACA, PANTALEON SAUBSUB COCAL 1 1987-2012 Php 4,251.20 2b H-0201336 LUMACANG, FRANCISCO SAGAY COCAL 2 1974-2012 Php 4,774.40 27 H-0202382 MACABENLAR, MARCOS SAGAY COCAL 2 1974-2012 Php 2,598.20 28 H-0202030 MANTIZA. DANIEL SAUBSUB COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 7,306.40 29 H-0202011 MATA, AGAPITO SAGAY COCAl 2 1999-2012 Php 11,445.40 30 H-0201994 MATA, LUCIO SAGAY COCAL 2 1994-2012 Php 6,516.60 31 H-0201838 NACAYTUNA, AGUSTIN SAGAY COCAL 3 1374-2012 Php 5,371.96 32 H-0201753 NACAYTUNA, EUTIQUIO LANAO COCAL 1 1995-2012 Php 2,737.90 33 H-0201884 NACAYTUNA, FLORENCIA SAGAY COCAL 5 1974-2012 Php 11.042.80 34 H-0201867 NACAYTUNA, NATALIA LUBO COCAL 1 2003-2012 Php 2,515.20 35 H-0201928 NAMATA, ENRIQUE SAUBSUB COCAL 1 1999-2012 Php 2-997.00 36 H-0201934 NAMATA, LAUREANO SAGAY COCAL/BLDG. 2 1374-2012 Php 12084.44 37 H-0201785 PABILLORE, BENEDICT O SAGAY COCAL 4 1974-2012 Php 13,806.20 38 H-0202132 PAHIGO, CRISPINA SAGAY COCAL 2 1974-2012 Php 2,741.20 39 H-020878 SALES, MARCIANO LUBO COCAL 1 2005-2012 Php 5,957.50 40 H-0201771 SALON, LEONA LANAO COCAL 1 2DDD-2012 Php 3,265.40 41 H-0202632 SALON, RAMONCITA ALANGILAN COCAL 1 1998-2012 Php 3,413.20 42 H-0202086 SIERRA, DOMINADOR/CHAVES, ET AL LABAYAO COCAL 1 2004-2012 Php 3,338.4O 43 H-0202507 SUAZO, MARCELO HRS. SAGAY COCAL/RES. 3 2000-2012 Php 10,342.60 44 H-0202IS6 UAYAN, JUAN SAGAY COCAL 4 2009-2012 Php 4,938.50 45 H-0201912 UAYAN, JOSE HRS Of LUBO COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 14,008.08 46 H-0201858 UAYAN, MATILDE SAGAY ! COCAL 2 1974-2012 Php 4,463.60 47 H-02D1831 UAYAN, SEVERINO JR. ALANGILAN | COCAL 1 2007-2012 Php 2.520.20 45 H-0201924 UAYAN, SEVERINO JR. SAUBSUB COCAL 1 2007-2012 Php 3,799.80 49 H-0202112 VARIACION, BARILIO LABAYAO COCAL 1 2000-2013 Php 3,595.60 50 h-0201929 VARIACION, ROSENDO SAUBSUB COCAL 1 1974-2013 Php 3,791.40 51 H-0201807 VARIACION.. TOMAS/FRANCISCO KIBUGTONG COCAL 1 2006-2012 Php 2973.90 52 H-0202180 VIVARES, PAQUITA LABAYAO COCAL 1 1374-2012 Php 4,471.40 53 H-0201723 YAMBA. VALENTINA SAGAY COCAL 2 1974-2012 Php 2118.36 54 H-0201872 YAMSON, FRANCISCO SAUBSUB COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 7,137.20 55 H-0202255 ZABALLERO, DOMINGO SAGAY COCAL 2 1980-2012 Php 6,535.50 56 H-02022D7 ZABALLERO, FLORENCIO SAGAY COCAL 2 1974-2012 Php 3,880.20 57 H-0202280 ZABALLERO, ROGELIO SAGAY COCAL/RES. 15 1998-2012 Php 37,486.60 58 H-0302763 ABADIES, TIRSO LITA COCAL 1 2005-2012 Php 2,639.60 Barangay BACNIT 59 H-0303199 ARANAS, TEODORO SAGAY COCAL 3 2006-2012 Php 5.940.80 60 H-0303626 AWITEN, CRISPEN DUMAGLIGPE COCAL 1 2003-2012 Php 5,885.80 61 H-0302874 AWITEN, MODESTO LONGON COCAL 1 1986-2012 Php 2,806.40 62 H-0302875 BALAT, DONATO LONGON COCAL 1 1994-2012 Php 4,554.20 63 H-0302779 BANGASAO, ENRICO LITA COCAL 1 1998-2012 Php 6,860.40 64 H-0303347 CABACTULAN, AMANDO HRS OJAN COCAL 1 2003-2012 Php 3,349.60 65 H-0303074 CALAYCA, SANTOS SAGAY COCAL 3 2004-2012 Php 8,605.36 66 H-0302856 CALAYCA VICTOR OJAN COCAL 1 2001-2012 Php 2,999.20 67 H-0303157 CAUBANAN. ROBERTO SAGA Y COCAL 2 2006-2012 Php 2,450.60 68 H-0303072 DADANG, AGAPITO DUMAGLIGPE COCAL 1 2997-2012 Php 3,193.20 69 H-0303325 DADANG. GEMINO BOL-OS COCAL 1 2001-2012 Php 2,865.00 70 H-0302770 DAGSA, ESTEBAN HRS CANAUM COCAL 1 1990-2012 Php 10,034.40 71 H-0302959 DAGSA, TORIBIA SAG AY COCAL 2 1998-2012 Php 4,438.00 72 H-0302723 EBCAS, ANA SAGAY COCAL 2 1974-2012 Php 3,183.46 73 H-0302694 EBCAS, PABLO PAGATPATAN COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2,366.00 74 H-0302753 EDQUILA, CONSTACIO LONGON COCAL 1 1994-2012 Php 2.333.60 7b H-0302643 ESTRADA, BUENAVENTURA LITA COCAL 1 1999-2012 Php 2,673.00 76 H-0302693 ESTRADA, GRACIANO LOOC COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2,430.98 77 H-0302912 ESTRADA. JOSE SAGAY COCAL 2 1994-2012 Php 6,360.20 78 H-0302676 ESTRADA, LOLOY LOOC COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 10,275.56 79 H-D3D29Q5 ESTRADA, NATIVIDAD LOOC COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2,826.40 8O H-0302635 ESTRADA, VICENTE POO COGONAL 1 1974-2012 Php 3,124.22 81 H-0302768 GABUTAN, DOMINGO LITA COCAL 1 2001-2012 Php 5,649.B0 82 H-0302651 GABUTAN. ELVERA P. SAGAY COCAL 3 2002-2012 Php 2,582.80 83 H-3303116 GABUTAN, EMELIANO LUBO COCAL i 19S9-2012 Php 2,875.80 84 H-0302754 GABUTAN, PEDRO LITA COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 6,644.96 85 H-0302998 GEMINO, CANDIDO &. BALHON VILLA BACNIT COCAL 1 1996-2012 Php 4,355.80 86 H-0302644 GENEROL, LORENZO SAGAY COCAL 2 1994-2012 Php 2,903.60 87 H-0302793 JANDAG, ANASTACIO BACNIT COCAL/ORCHARD 1 2000-2012 Php 10,898.80 88 H-0302671 JANDAG. JUSTA & CHILDREN PAGATPATAN COCAL 1 2005-2012 Php 2, 181.00 89 H-0303054 KIONISALA, LUCIO VALLAR BACNIT COCAL Z 1998-2012 Php 2,314.40 90 H-0302817 KIONISALA, SIMPLICIO SAGAY COCAL 2 2006-2012 Php 2905.00 91 H-0303021 KIONISALA, TERESA DUMALIGPE COCAL 1 2006-2012 Php 3,043.00 92 H-0303170 KIONISALA, TOMASA, OJAN COCAL 1 1995-2012 Php 3.200.80 93 H-0303332 LAMOCO, CARNUTO OJAN COCAL 1 2000-2012 Php 3.684.00 94 H-0302927 NALA, JUAN SAGAY COCAL 2 2000-2012 Fhp 5,679.76 95 H-0302942 NAMIT, CONSTANCIO LONGON COCAL 1 1997-2012 Php 3,295.00 96 H-0302733 OBSID, ALBERTO SAGAY COCAL 2 2005-2012 Php 3,987.00 97 H-0302861 OBSID, ALFREDO SAGAY COCAL 2 1974-2012 Php 9,145.10 98 H-0302986 OBSID, EUSTAQUIO BACNIT COCAL 1 2001-2012 Php 4,319.60 99 H-0302969 OBSID, HUGO OJAN COCAL 1 2007-2012 Php 3,952.80 100 H-0302714 OBSID, JULIAN BACNIT COCAL 1 2002-2012 Php 3,344.20 101 H-0302983 OBSID. MIGUEL OJAN COCAL 1 1996-2012 Pho 10,518.20 102 H-0303162 PADUA, AGATONA OJAN COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 6,479.30 103 H-0302691 PADUA, LEONCIA UPPER LOOC COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 5,374.80 104 h-0302650 PADUA. RAFAEL SAGAY COCAL 6 1998-2012 Php 12,520.60 105 H-0302731 PADUA, ULDARICA SAGAY COCAL 2 1993-2012 Php 5,731.20 106 H-0303145 QUISUMBING, MARIA CORRALES BOL-OS COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2,468.80 107 H-0502760 RAFAL, R0SALI0 & WIFE SAGAY COCAL 5 1987-2012 Php 8,846.90 108 H-0302700 RIVERA, DONATA SAGAY COCAL 5 2002-2012 Php 47,151.20 109 H-0302737 ROQUILLAS, FAUSTA CANAUM COCAL 1 2003-2012 Php 2,946.40 110 H-0502975 SABUGAA, MATEO LONGON COCAL 1 2004-2012 Fhp 2,757.40 111 H-0302981 TABIGNE, LEON OJAN COCAL 1 2000-2012 Pbp 3,145.20 112 H-0302866 UAYAN, JUAN LONGON COCAL 1 1999-2012 Php 14,638.00 113 H-03023B9 UAYAN, VALERIANO BACNIT COCAL 1 1999-2012. Php 3,195.80 114 H-0302832 VALLAR, DIONISIO SAGAY COCAL 5 1993-2012 Php 18,818.86 115 H-0303363 VALLAR, FRUCTOSA SAGAY COCAL 4 1988-2012 Php 9,806.80 116 H-0302730 ZARSOSA, RESTITUTO CANAUM COCAL 2 2005-2012 Php 2,387.00 Earangay BALITE 117 H-0403409 CHAN, CAT AUNG EAUTt COCAL | 1 1974-2012 Php B,B55 40 j 118 H-0403436 VARIACION, FRANCISCO SAGAY COCAL ‘ 9 1999-2012 Php 13,2B5.20 | Barangay BONBON 119 H-0503738 BABAISON, EVANGELISTA KIMULTA COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 3,579.70 120 H-0503569 BACTONG, VICENTE BINANLAGAN COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 6,148.10 121 H-0503928 BALBUTIN, FELIX BUENAQUERIDA COCAL 1 1999-2012 Php 4,254.00 122 H-0503780 BARS0BIA, MAXIMIANO KIMULTA COCAL 1 2003-2012 Php 3,444.40 123 H-0503578 CABACTULAN, ROBERTO SINABLAYAN COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2,788.80 124 H-0503355 CASTAÑARES, BERNANDINO POO COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 4,170.20 125 H-0503536 CASTAÑARES, DAMIAN BINANLAGAN COCAL 1 1981-2012 Php 3,728.80 126 H-0504046 CORALES, JUAN ALEJOG COCAL 1 2003-2012 Php 5,585.40 127 H-0503541 EPANIS, OLIMPIA KITAL-IS COFFEE 1 1994-2012 Php 21,534.20 128 H-0504035 GABALES, LEONA & CHILDREN ALEJOG RICE/COCAL 1 2002-2012 Php 2,422.20 129 H-0503666 JAPANDAR, JUAN & FELIX HRS SAGAY COCAL 3 1995-2012 Php 8,697.60

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130 H-0503801 KIONISALA, ANACLETA KILON-AC COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2.275.90 131 H-0503551 KIONISALA, JUAN POO COCAL 1 1379-2012 Php 258L70 132 H-0504365 LADAO, PLACIDO SAGAY COCAL 4 1997-2012 Php 6,058.40 133 H-0503676 LAMOCO, FELICISIMO TAN-AWAN COCAL 1 1938-2012 Php 3,206.80 134 H-0504018 NACAYTUNA, DANIEL SAGAY COCAL/RES 2 2000-2012 Php 7,737.80 135 H-0504051 NACAYTUNA, FLORENCIA SAGAY COCAL 4 2006-2012 Php 2.595.20 136 H-0505957 NACAYTUNA, LUIS BUENAQUERIDA COCAL 1 2004-2012 Php 5, OSS. 20 137 H-0503751 NAPONE, VICTOR HRS KILON-AC COCAL 1 1374-2012 Php 9,551.40 138 H-0503560 PADUA, GUILLERMO BONBON COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2408.30 139 H-0503554 PAULIO, FRANCISCO POO COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 6,660.12 140 H-0503919 RURAL BANK OF SAGAY SUBOCAN COCAL 1 1333-2012 Php 3,414.40 141 H-0504026 SACAL, BIENVINIDO SAGAY COCAL/RES. 3 1993-2012 Php 3,116.60 142 H-0503724 SACAL, PETRONILO SAGAY COCAL 3 1399-2012 Php 5,334.80 143 H-0503783 SUMAMPAN, FLORENTINA PAMONGLO COCAL 1 2002-2012 Php 2974.40 144 H-0503810 TABIGNE, GALICIANO KILON-AC COCAL 1 1337-2012 Php 7,345.20 145 H-0503511 TABIGNE, LEOPOLDO KILON-AC COCAL L 1398-2012 Php 4,132.40 146 H-0504153 VALLAR, TIMOTEO SAGAY COCAL 1 2003-2012 Php 8.678.40 147 H-050356S VELASCO, TUDIANA BINANLAGAN COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 5,851.20 148 H-0503576 YAMBA, MODESTO BINANLAGAN COCAL 1 1374-2012 Php 2157.70 149 H-0504355 YANO, AGATON HRS SAGAY COCAL 3 1330-2012 Php 12,521.40 150 H-0503573 YANO, JUAN BINANLAGAN COCAL 1 1987-2012 Php 4,893.20 151 H-0503890 ZAMORA, JAIME SAGAY COCAL 2 2000-2012 Php 14,636.60 Barangay BUGANG 152 H-0604561 ABING, ANDRES SAGAY COCAL 2 1374-2012 Php 2.77230 153 H-0604905 AGUilAR, AMBROCIO CABAHAN COCAL 1 2003-2012 Php 3,362.40 154 H-0604756 AGU’.LAR, ENGRACIO ET AL SAGAY COCAL/RES. 17 1999-2012 Php 32,195.20 155 H-0604607 (BITAS, SANTIAGO ET AL SAGAY COCAL/1RES. 26 1989-2012 Php 36.055.60 156 M-0S345S5 CHAN, CESAR 0. (DR.) BUSANG COCAL 1 2000-2012 Php 2,409.80 157 H-0604619 GABALE5, RICARDO & APAS, CATALINA BUGANG COCAL 1 2001-2012 Php 3,350.00 158 H-0604630 KIONISALA, PACIENCIA SAGAY COCAL 3 1982-2012 Php 2,339.10 159 H-0504643 TANGARA, FELOMINA BUGANG COCAL/RES 1 2002-2012 Php 5,60240 160 H-0604524 VELOZ, LUCIANO LUBO COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 3,026.30 Barangay CUNA 161 H-0705115 ABALUYAN. BASILIO CABATUHAN COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 5,56220 162 H-0705281 ABALUYAN, MARIANO CUÑA COCAL 1 1934-2012 Php 5,206.40 163 H-0705100 ACA, VICTOR LANAO COCAL 1 1983-2012 Php 3,033.50 164 H-0705367 BABAISON, HILARIO. HUGO & FELIX SAGAY COCAL 2 1993-2012 Php 2,415.60 165 H-0705056 BABAISON, LIBRADA, AND FAU5TA CUNA COCAL 1 1988-2012 Php 4.027.B0 166 H-0704959 BACTONG, CASTOR SAGAY COCAL 3 2007-2012 Php 5.412.70 167 H-0705152 BAJAO, BRUNA M1NOCOL COCAL 1 1990-2012 Php 5,751.20 168 H-0704955 BALBAS. MAXIMO, JR. M.D SAGAY COCAL 4 2002-2012 Php 5,B13.90 169 H-0705035 BARSOBIA, ISABEL CABATUHAN COCAL 1 1996-2012 Php 5.199.70 170 K-0705106 BONANI, MAXIMO SAGAY COCAL 2 2003-2012 Php 15,437.40 171 H-0706137 B0NSAT0, DANIEL CABATUHAN COCAL 1 2005-2D12 Php 4,563.30 172 H-0705265 CABACTULAN, MARGARITA CABATUHAN COCAL 1 2003-2012 Php 6.453.80 173 H-0704970 CABACTULAN, PROTACIO MINOCOL COGONAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2,533.30 174 H-0704974 CABACTULAN, ROMAN KITAL-IS COGONAL 1 2009-2012 Php 2,24360 175 H-0705263 CABACTULAN, TEODOLO CABATUHAN COCAL 1 2006-2012 Php 4,630.20 176 H-070S099 CABACTULAN, TEODORICO LANAO COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2,325.00 177 H-0705055 CABACTULAN, TERSO MINOCOL COCAL 1 1982-2012 Php 6,547.20 178 H-0705031 CADAMPOG, GEORGE GREGORIO CANAOM COCAL/COFFEE 1 2008-2012 Php 17,548.80 179 H-0704960 CAGAS, RAYMUNDO SAGAY COCAL 2 1988-2012 Php 10,342.20 180 H-0705127 DAGARAGA. FRANCISCO CUNA COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2,365.30 181 H-07049SS DAJAO, MARCELO SAGAY ABACAL 2 1998-2012 Php 3,529.60 182 H-0705104 ECHALICO, MARGARITO CABATUHAN COCAL 1 2004-2012 Php 9,608.80 183 H-0705113 ECONAR, AGATON CABATUHAN COCAL 1 1981-2012 Php 5,346.15 184 H-0705375 EDPALINA, ELADIO SAGAY COCAL 2 2002-2012 Php 7,2BO.BO 185 H-0705076 FUENTES, NIEVES CABATUHAN COCAL 1 1995-2012 Php 13.637.BO 186 K-07050S2 GALO, EUSTAQUIA ZABALLERO HRS SACAY CGCAL 3 1997-2012 Php 26,263.50 187 H-0705121 GALO, TRANQUILINO SAGAY COCAL 2 1997-2D12 Php 21.5S2.26 188 H-0705041 HAMPANG, ANGELES SAGAY COCAL 4 2004-2012 Php 12,673.80 189 H-070504B HAMPANG, CIPRIANO MINOCOL COGONAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2,556 12 190 H-0705039 JAQUILMAC, VICENTE MINOCOL COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 4,070.48 191 H-0705012 KIONISALA, FRANCISCO MINOCOL COCAL 1 2001-2012 Php 3,751.60 192 H-0705079 KIONISALA, NUMERIANO CABATUHAN COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 3,683.50 193 H-0705138 LERA, EUTIQUIO SAGAY COCAL 3 2006-2012 Php 12.362.20 194 H-070529S MANGMANG, THELMA CUNA COCAL 1 2001-2012 Php 3,013.00 195 H-07053S6 MORALES, MARTA SONGOC COCAL/ORCHARD 1 2004-2012 Php 2,233.60 196 H-0705283 NACAYTUNA. EUSEBIO SAGAY COCAL 3 1990-2012 Php 20.468.20 197 H-0705533 NACAYTUNA, JULIA SUBOCAN COCAL 1 1990-2012 Php 4,167.40 198 H-0705103 NAMATA, ASUNCION LANAO COCAL 1 2009-2012 Php 2,281,40 199 H-0705150 NAVALES, ALEJANDRO TAN-AWAN COCAL 1 2000-2012 Php 2,636.50 200 H-0705500 PABILLORE. MATILDE SAGAY COCAL 2 1995-2012 Php 8,1E8.70 201 H-0705131 PACTURAN, MARVELA CABATUHAN COCAL 1 1995-2012 Php 2S.284.00 202 H-0705103 PADRELANAN, VICENTE SAGAY COCAL 2 1993-2012 Php 16,305.50 203 H-0705288 PAMPLONA, PEDRO SAGAY COCAL 2 2009-2012 Php 3,23650 204 H-0705065 SACAL. EUSTAQUIO TAN-AWAN COCAL 1 1999-2012 Php 2,430.00 205 H-07051B7 SACAL, PEDRO TAN-AWAN COCAL 1 1999-2012 Php 3.9B6.B0 206 H-0705061 SAMPANTA. MARTIN TAN-AWAN COCAL 1 1992-2012 Php 4,661.00 207 H-0705040 SAPA. TEODORO MINOCOL COCAL 1 1999-2012 Php 3.SS1.SC 208 H-0704366 SEREZO, SANTIAGO MINOCOL COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2,104.30 209 H-0705405 VALLAR EUSEBIA CUÑA . COCAL 2 2001-2012 Php 4,848.40 210 H-0705214 VALLAR, REMEGIO HR3 SAGAY COCAL 5 1999-2012 Php 13,868.40 211 H-0705078 YAMBA, PROCOPIO CABATUHAN COCAL 1 1999-2012 Php 7,150.60 212 H-0705401 YAMBA. VICTORIA CUNA COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 15.433.25 213 H-0705457 YAMSON, ALIJANDRO MANGCAILAO COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 3,488.70 Barangay MANUYOG 214 H-0805314 BACTONG. AGUSTIN SAGAY COCAL/RES. 3 2003-2012 Php 9,402.50 215 H-0505794 BACTONG, MAURECIA SAGAY COCAL 3 1974-2012 Php 3.026.30 216 H-0S05975 CAANGAY, GENOVEVA MANUYOG COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php Z,507.36 217 H-08D555D CABACTULAN, DOMING0 MANUYOG COCAL 1 1998-2012 Php 4,096.60 218 H-0805771 CABACTULAN, MELECIO SAGAY COCAL/RES 2 1995-2012 Php 2,165.36 219 H-0805585 CALOPE, ROQUE CAPIHAN COCAL 1 1994-2012 Php 7,159.60 220 H-0805611 CULTURA, ALEJANDRO SAGAY COCAL 2 1974-2012 Php 5.253.16 221 H-0805641 CULTURA, ORLANDO MANUYOG COCAL 3 2002-2012 Php 5,512.40 222 H-0805660 EBARLE, FERNANDO SAGAY COCAL 3 1996-2012 Php 5,033.40 223 H-0805850 EDPALINA, TOMAS SAGAY COCAL 2 2000-2012 Php 2,733.00 224 H-0805594 ESTRADA, LEONA CAPIHAN COCAL 1 2000-2012 Php 3,680.20 225 H-0806013 GADOT, JUANORIO SAGAY COCAL 2 1999-2012 Php 5,615.56 226 H-0805607 JAMINAL, CRISTINO SAGAY COCAL 3 1998-2012 Php 3,013.60 227 H-0805760 NAPONE, EUSTAQUIO SAGAY COCAL/RES. 25 1985-2012 Php 27,158.00 228 H-0805579 LADAO, FRANCISCO CAPIHAN COCAL 1 1990-2012 Php 5,334.60 229 H-0806527 LANTACA, LORENZO MANUYOG COCAL 1 1996-2012 Php 2,445.20 230 H-0805753 NAPONE, JOSE MANUYOG RICELAND 1 2005-2012 Php 2,123.60 231 H-050566S NERI, DOMINGO SAGAY COCAL 3 2007-2012 Php 2,332.40 232 H-08055S4 OBEDENCIO, AURELIO SAGAY COCAL 2 1999-2012 Php 4,205.SO 233 H-0805833 PACURIBOT, AGRIPINO MANUYOG COCAL 1 1989-2012 Php 2,299.20 234 H-O805572 REVIRA, ROQUE MANUYOG COCAL 1 1974-2012 Php 2.325.22 235 H-0805630 SUAZO, S. CABALO, ET AL MANUYOG COCAL 1 2003-2012 Php 4,330.00 236 H-0805664 UAYAN, PONCIANO SAGAY COCAL 4 1998-2012 Php 5,105.30 237 H-0805663 VARIACION, FERNANDO MANUVOG COCAL 1 2004-2012 Php 4.55S.20 238 K-0805552 ZABALLERO, LEIZL MANUYOG COCAL 1 2000-2012 Php 3,812.50 Earangay . MAYANA 239 H-0906282 EBDAO, HONORIO SAGAY COCAL 2 1974-2012 Php 2,381.32 ‘ Barangay : POBLACION 240 H-0101653 BACUÑATA, EMELIANO (D) BONBON. POB RES 1 2009-2012 Php 5,397.60 241 H-0100705 CAMAY, GREGORIO ET AL SAGAY COCAL 10 1994-2012 Php 41.775.20 242 H-0101346 CAMIGUIN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE SAGAY ELECT. ACC. 1 2009-2012 Php 59,561.80 243 H-0100664 CORRALES, JUAN POBLACION COCAL 1 2004-2012 Php 2.437.SD 244 H-0101053 ESTRADA, PEDRO ET AL SAGAY COCAL/RES. 10 1974-2012 Php 33,21200 245 H-0100517 GLOBE TELECOM INC. POBLACION COMMERCIAL 1 2007-2012 Php 23,096.40 246 H-0303223 LADAO, PONCIANO ET AL SAGAY COCAL 4 1985-2012 Php 3,774.20 247 H-0100017 LADAO, TEODULO SAGAY COCAL/RES 1974-201Z Php 17,563.22 24B H-0100426 OBSID, ESTANISLAO SAGAY COCAL/ORCHARD 6 1974-2012 Php 16,494.30 249 H-0101511 ONG. KING PO POBLACION COMMERCIAL 1 2009-2012 Php 30,053.20 250 H-0101632 VALLAR, REMEGIO (D) SAGAY RES 3 2009-2012 Php 12,023.20

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To Shell, we salute you for this valuable endeavour in making Cagayan de Oro Port one of your major facilities. It would boost investor confidence and enhance the image of Cagayan de Oro as the most potent distribution center and gateway to all Mindanao and Visayas destinations. - Mindanao Daily News, December 6, 2013 -

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O OD NEWS! A P6 billion new investment by Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp. (PSPC) to improve its facility at the Cagayan de Oro port (CDO), is expected to boost the economy of the City and its environs. Pilipinas Shell has been using CDO’s port facilities to serve the fuel requirements of consumers and dealers in the area. But the port has been almost idle for two years now as cargo-handling shifted to the Mindanao Container Terminal in Tagoloan town. Thus, Shell’s announcement on the investment is a welcome development for PPA according to General Manager Juan C. Sta. Ana. PSPC already made a presentation to the Board according to Sta. Ana. “We are now just fine-tuning their rental rates and the length of the contract.” To Shell, we salute you for this valuable endeavour in making Cagayan de Oro Port one of your major facilities. Once the project is finished, Shell will be bring-

EDITORIAL ing-in imported products directly to Cagayan de Oro as the most potent distribution center for all Mindanao and Visayas destinations. Shell says they are expecting their Batangas plant production cannot sufficiently support anymore the fuel needs of the country in the coming years, thus the Cagayan de Oro plan. Shell assures that the new investment would mean providing enough fuel supply by 2016. “If the Batangas refinery is inaccessible, the rest of the country will suffer, but by putting another hub in Mindanao, PSPC will be able to secure the fuel requirement of the region,” PSPC said in its presentation to the PPA Board. Pilipinas Shell upgrading of the CDO Port renovating amenities and converting it into an airport-like facility. Cranes will be refurbished fora MR import capable facility; continued access to berths 11 and 13, which

they are currently using, and proposing a long-term lease of about 7,400 square meters in the waterfront area for their equipment and pipeline system. Future expansions in the area would not be hampered as the structures to be built will be movable. PSPC is willing to allot P180 million to improve the port and about P140 million for fire fighting equipment, lighting, berthing and security systems, and upgrading of the fenders for the vessels’berth. PPA ,on the other hand stands to benefit from PSPC’s new investment in terms of: increase in leases, port dues and wharfage fees. Exopected to be operational by 2016, the facelifted port would increase PPA’s revenues from P1.8 million per annum to about P32 million per annum. Thanks for PSPC’s project, the City of Cagayan de Oro will lure more investors, as the facility would assure steady fuel supply in Mindanao, and CDO port facility’s significance. More Power!


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Imagined greatness WHAT can the people expect when two ageing honorable senators of the land clash not over issues of great national import but over ruffled egos? Comical! This was what turned out in the verbal tussle between Senators Juan Ponce Enrile and Miriam Defensor Santiago in the august halls of the Senate last week and this week. In their separate privilege speeches, both minced no word in describing each other in the hope of coming out the better compared to the other. What they miserably failed to anticipate, however, is the fact that the people are not amused much more convinced that one is better than the other based on their utterances against each other. What they succeeded in doing is simply prove to all and sundry that in the twilight years of their life they have made a fool out of themselves. The hours spent by the two delivering their venomous privilege speeches on separate occasions to malign

A deeper view Jesse E.L. Bacon II each other in public could be likened to a television showbiz talk show. Every word they uttered casting aspersion on each other’s person were furious but signified nothing. No one could say what the two wanted to achieve with their circus-like antics. But what is clear, however, is the fact that instead of ageing in grace, both are ageing as a disgrace to their own selves, to the Senate as an institution, to their families and to the nation. If they have anything against each other that makes them unworthy to be addressed as honorable senators of the land then they would be doing a great service to the nation if they

hale each other in court where they can be pronounced guilty or otherwise based on the evidence they have against each other. Making the plenary hall of the Senate the venue of their catfight-like engagement will not prove anything and will not achieve anything for any of them. Their verbal tussle only proved beyond doubt how much the Senate has degenerated over the years from being the lofty institution where the likes of Recto, Diokno and Salonga, to name a few, graced with statesman-like dignity into a market-like place. They should be reminded that the Senate is there not to be used to vent per-

sonal ire against anybody. The Senate is there so that deliberations by statesmen of issues of great import to the nations can be had. The Senate was never intended to be the venue for petty quarrels between legislators. I pity the present generation of Filipinos who became witnesses to the antics of Enrile and Santiago. They will surely grow up thinking that the Senate is for people who can’t transcend beyond their personal and petty interests because they could not compare the present Senate to the previous one where debates by lofty senators zeroed in on national issues. Enrile and Santiago, most specifically, based on her choice of words and demeanor, seems to be of the belief that the present Senate is an institution for entertainment. This is truly saddening considering that the institution exists on the taxpayers’ money. As a tax-funded institution, the senators are mandated to perform their duty for the benefit of the taxpay-

Faith

Kakampi mo ang batas Atty. Batas Mauricio

Urban gardening and part-time work, anyone? LIFE’S INSPIRATIONS: “…Then God said, `I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth and every tree that has fruit with seed in it. They will be yours for food’...” (Genesis 1:29, the Holy Bible). -oooURBAN GARDENING GREAT FOR CITY DWELLERS: About three to four months ago, I asked the members of our Anak ng Diyos Kadugo Ni Kristo Church to start growing vegetables on small usedplastic bags filled with soil, to start an “urban gardening” project where the best grown vegetables would be recognized with modest prizes this December. Now, I myself am reaping the fruit of this project, because I am now eating fresh and directly-grown-from-the-plastic bags camote tops, ampalaya leaves, sitaw (string beans) toppings, pechay, okra and tomatoes, all of which were grown organically and without fertilizers. I have posted pictures of these produce in my Facebook timeline earlier, and anyone interested can see them. -oooFREE HEALTY VEGETABLES: The lesson from this small endeavor is great: residents of urban places like Metro Manila can grow their own vegetables. All they have to do is use used-plastic bags which are due for throwing away anyway, employ patience in watering the plants for a few weeks, and then be rewarded with free healthy veggies, devoid of toxic chemicals, and even save several hundreds of pesos which could have been used to buy the vegetables. I actually learned this kind of “urban gardening” from a good friend of mine, Dr. Arthur Veneracion Platon, a retired government physician from the Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center and a long time-colleague at the Rotary Club of See WORK, page 11

Fresh Gospel of the day: Matthew9:27-31(December6, 2013-Friday)Matthew 9:27-31-And when Jesus departed thence, two blind men followed him, crying, and saying, [Thou] Son of David, have mercy on us. And when he was come into the house, the blind men came to him: and Jesus saith unto them, Believe ye that I am able to do this? They said unto him, Yea, Lord. Then touched he their eyes, saying, According to your faith be it unto you. And their eyes were opened; and Jesus straitly charged them, saying, See [that] no man know [it]. But they, when they were departed, spread abroad his fame in all that country: This gospel reminds us to come to Jesus for us to be healed from our spiritual blindness. In John9:1-2-two kinds of blinds, physical blindness and spiritual blindness. What is your status right now with regards to this category of being blind? We could not deny the fact that many of us are blind spiritually. In Mark 8:17-18- having eyes, see ye not? and having ears, hear ye not? and do ye not remember? Therefore, let us open our eyes for the sake and salvation of others. Can you do it? On the other hand, the two blinds were cured due to their great “faith” to God. In Hebrews 11:6-But without

ers whose money is used in funding the Senate’s existence. Pope Francis v. materialism The fight waged by the head of the 1.2 billion Roman Catholic Church against materialism, which is the human being’s love for material things like the latest model of everything such as mobile phones, cars, clothing, gadgets, appliances, to mention a few, will find meaning only if the believers curb their insatiable appetite for these material things. Curbing one’s insatiable appetite for material things that, more often than not, is simply want and never a need, means purposely shunning away from the world’s most concrete reenforcement of this evil called materialism, which is the modern-day shopping malls. Undeniably, it is in the malls that one is enticed to part with his money to buy wants and not needs because it is in the malls that material things are sold. The purpose of these

malls is nothing but support materialism to succeed. Now that we are celebrating God’s act of taking the human form in Jesus so he can live with us, eat with us, talk with us, walk with us and be with us, let us be conscious at how the advocates of this evil called materialism have transformed Christmas into a commercial celebration. Do this by remembering the sufferings and misery of our countrymen whose lives were devastated by man-made and natural calamities. Just think of our compatriots in Zamboanga City, Bohol, Cebu, the Panay Island, Leyte and Samar and thus shy away from the evil called materialism that made Christmas a commercial event. Let’s all heed the Pope’s call to fight materialism tooth and nail and thus experience true salvation this Christmas. (Reactions at jelbacon@ yahoo.com or at jelbaconii@ gmail.com Read me also at www.raconteurme.blogspot. com)

Biblical reflection Bro. Edcel L. Closas faith [it is] impossible to please [him]: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and [that] he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him. What faith can do for us? In Mark 11:22-24- That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith. Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive [them], and ye shall have [them]: SPONSORED:Neneth - Bobong Balino- Dr. Edith, PhD- Tony Jordan - CDO. St. Peter Calungsod, pray for us! Listen: Radio Ultra AM-1188-3:30 PM - Sunday: #09284149490-09266607505: Question – Prayer request


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Kidnapped Jordanian journalist in Southern Philippines is freed

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ULU – Abu Sayyaf rebels have freed late Wednesday a Jordanian journalist after 18 months in captivity in the jungle of Sulu in the southern Philippines, provincial officials told the regional newspaper Mindanao Examiner.

Officials said Baker Atyani was recovered by police forces in the village of Igasan in Sulu’s Patikul town and has been rushed to the hospital for medical examination. B aker Atyani, who works for the Arabic television news channel, Al Arabiya, has gone inside camps of the terror group along with his two Filipino assistants - Rolando Letrero and Ramelito Vela, to film leaders of the Abu Sayyaf that authorities have linked to al-Qaeda and Jemaah Islamiya, but had been taken prisoner on June 12, 2012. Atyani’s

Filipino assistants had been freed in February this year. Al-Arabiya has confirmed Atyani’s release. “Concerted efforts that lasted for 18 months led to the release of Al Arabiya correspondent Baker Atyani held in captivity under militant groups in the Sulu Islands in the Philippine province of Mindanao,” Al Arabiya News Channel said. It said Atyani is “suffering from health problems due to his long period of his captivity.” Atyani was released after several calls by the

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Cairo-based al-Azhar, Jerusalem Grand Mufti and the Islamic scholars of Mindanao, the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, and after continuous follow up by the Middle East Broadcasting Center and in close cooperation with his family. Last year, the Philippine military said it would Atyani for espionage. “We will arrest him as soon as he gets out of the Abu Sayyaf - for espionage – and interrogate him about his mission,” Col. Jose Johriel Cenabre, then deputy commander of naval forces in southern Philippines, told the regional newspaper Mindanao Examiner. He said they were investigating the true intention of Atyani’s clandestine interview with terror leaders. “Atyani is freely moving in the hinterlands with Abu Sayyaf terrorists and we

Project Reference Number Name of the Proj.: Purchase of Elementary Books Location of the Project: Villanueva, Misamis Oriental

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The LGU of Villanueva, Misamis Oriental, through its Bids arid Awards Committee (BAC), invites all interested bonafide bidders to apply for eligibility and to bid for the hereunder project: Purchase of Elementary Books 1 1000 pcs. Daluyan Grade 6 4 1000 pcs. Perlas ng Silangan Grade 6 2 1000 pcs. Daluyan Grade 5 5 1000 pcs. Perlas ng Silangan Grade 5 3 700 pcs. Daluyan Grade 4 6 600 pcs. Perlas ng Silangan Grade 4 Total Estimated Materials Cost - - Php. 2,060,150.00 All particulars relative to Eligibility Statement and Screening, Bid Security, Performance Security, Pre-Bidding Conference(s), Evaluation of Bids, Post-Qualification and Award of Contract shall be governed by the pertinent provisions of R.A. 9184 and its Implementing Rules and Regulation (IRR).

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Schedule

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to film a documentary about the terror group. Authorities said Atyani also deceived local officials after he claimed to be filming government projects in Sulu, one of five provinces under the Muslim autonomous region. Provincial officials had repeatedly warned Atyani against interviewing the Abu Sayyaf, but the trio went ahead and secretly met with terrorist leaders, among them Nadzmie Alih. They were first reported missing after failing to return to their hostel in Jolo town, but phoned local officials two days later to say that they were still filming a documentary on the Abu Sayyaf. Atyani, who had previously interviewed alQaeda terror leader Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan months before the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States, contacted his colleagues to say that

they are being held against their will. The military’s Western Mindanao Command in Zamboanga City said Atyani had previously filmed in secret the Abu Sayyaf in Sulu province. It said Atyani had been in and out of Sulu in the past and secretly interviewing terrorist leaders. Just t h is ye ar, t he Bethlehem-based Ma’an News Agency reported that Atyani’s wife, Um Khalid, has appealed to rights organizations and officials to help secure the release of her husband. Atyani’s own family also appealed to the Palestinian President and King Abdullah of Jordan to help secure the freedom of the journalist. Atyani’s wife and her four children live in Jordan while the journalist’s family is from Anza village in the northern West Bank. (Mindanao Examiner)

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are monitoring the situation,” he said. Cenabre was removed from his post and transferred to Manila after his statement came out in the press and he later denied making such a report. Other reports alleged that Atyani was a conduit for the Abu Sayyaf and that the ransom demand was only a cover to hide the flow of funding to the terror group, including Jemaah Islamiya, blamed for the string of attacks and bombings in the Philippines. Military and police said Atyani arrived in Sulu on June 11 last year and went to the Abu Sayyaf the next day to secretly interview terror leaders and other rebel commanders, including Jemaah Islamiya militants hiding on the island. The Jordanian journalist had made prior arrangement with the Abu Sayyaf

The LGU of Villanueva, Misamis Oriental, through its Bids and Awards Committee (BAC), invites all interested bonafide bidders to apply for eligibility and to bid for the hereunder project: Construction of 2CL School Building (Materials only) Mambuaya, Kimaya, Villanueva, Mis. Or. 1 306 bags. Portland cement 60 pcs. 2 x 3 x 1.5mm C purlins 2 30 cu.m. Washed sand 72 pcs. Ga. 26 x 10’ corr. G.I shts. 3 36 cu.m Washed gravel 24 pcs. Ga. 26x8’ corr. G. I. shts. 4 60 pcs. 8 mm dia.DSB 4 pcs. Ga. 26x8’ pin. G.I. shts. 5 162 pcs. 10mm dia. DSB 1200 pcs. 2 V* teckscrew nails 6 20 pcs. 12mm dia. DSB 8 pcs. Vix 4x8’ marine plywood 7 60 pcs. 16mm dia. DSB 2 boxex Welding rod 8 12 kls. Tie wire 30 pcs. 3/16x1 x 1 angular 9 2500 pcs. 4x8x16 CHB 4 sets Kwikset door knob 10 32 pcs. 2x6x10’ -320 bd.ft. hardwood 8 sets 4x4 loose pin hinges 11 2 sets .80 x 2.10m PVC door 20 kls. #4 C. W. nails 12 2 sets .90 x 2.10m flush door 10 kls. #2 C. W. nails 13 100 pcs. 2x2x12’coco-400 bd.ft. 8 kls. #1 C. W. nails 14 100 pcs 2x3x12’ coco-500 bd.ft. 24 sets 17 blades glass jal.w/alum. frame 15 72 pcs % x 4 x 8’ ord. plywood 4 sets Water closet 16 200 pcs. 2x2x12 hardwood-800 bd.ft. 4 sets Lavatory 2 pcs. 2 x 6 x 1.5mm C purlins 180 pcs. 8x8 ceramic floor tiles 16 gals. Latex paint white flatwall 6 pcs 8x8 ceramic wall tiles 16 gals. Latex paint white gloss 8 pcs Tile tream 8 gals. Enamel paint white flatwall 8 bags ABC tile adhesive cement 8 gals. Enamel paint white semi gloss 8 pack Tile grout 4 gals. QDE paint white 4 sets 4x4 floor drain 4 gals. Paint thinner 4 pcs. 4 x90 deg. Pvc elbow 2 gals. Cone, putty 4 pcs. 4 » dia. pvc pipe 2 gals. Wood putty 8 pcs. 2 » dia. pvc pipe 4 sets 8 » roller brush w/tray 4 pcs. 4x4 pvc wye 4 pcs. 4 » paint brush 2 pcs. 4x2 pvc tee 10 pcs. 120 sand paper 2 pcs. 4 dia. pvc clean out 8 cans Assorted TT color 2 pcs. 2 » pvc wye 12 gals. Red oxide roof paint 8 pcs. 2 x 90 deg. pvc elbow 8 sets 40W flou. lamp 4 pcs. 1/4 dia. G. I. faucet 8 sets 18W energy saver lamp 4 pcs. Yz dia. G. I. coupling 4 sets Con. outlet 8 pcs. 1/4 dia. x 90 deg. G. I. elbow 8 pcs. Female plug 20 mtrs. 1/2dia. polythelene pipe SDR 11 16 pcs. Porcelain receptacles 2 bots. Rugby 8 sets 2 way switch 4 pcs. 1/2 dia. G. I. tee 2 sets 1 way switch 2 rolls Electrical tape 8 pcs. 4x4 junction box pvc w/cover 4 boxes Staple wire 1 » 2 boxes #12 PDX wire Columbia 2 boxes #14 PDX wire colunbia 2 sets 60A circuit breaker 16 pcs. Utility box PVC Total Estimated Materials Cost --Php. 371,123.00 All particulars relative to Eligibility Statement and Screening, Bid Security, Performance Security, Pre-Bidding Conference(s), Evaluation of Bids, Post-Qualification and Award of Contract shall be governed by the pertinent provisions of R.A. 9184 and its Implementing Rules and Regulation (IRR). The complete schedule of activities is listed, as follows: Activities Schedule Issuance of Bid Documents December 5, 2013 - December 27, 2013 - 2:00 P.M. Pre-bid Conference December 18, 2013, - 2:00 P. M. Opening of Bids December 27, 2013 - 2:00 P. M. The LGU of Villanueva assumes no responsibility whatsoever to compensate or indemnify bidders for any expenses incurred in the preparation of the bid. The Bids and Awards Committee of Villanueva, Mis. Or. reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any defects or formality therein and to accept bids considered complying and most advantageous to the government. The IRR-A of RA 9184 shall govern the bidding process Approved: (Sgd.) SALVADOR S. GALADO BAC Chairman MDN: Dec. 6, 2013


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IGOS CITY, Davao del Sur - A delegation from Israel visits Davao del Sur starting today in Digos City to conduct an investment forum to be participated in by the business sector, academe and national government agencies that are trade components of the society. The delegation is composed of honorary consul to Jerusalem Shimon Weinbaum, LR Group chief executive officer Naftaly Weiz, Israel Co. CEO Ronny Weiz

and Tahal Group director Lior Frumkes. Aside from the investment forum, today’s visit (Dec. 4) also includes plenary session and a press

conference to be attended by media practitioners of Davao del Sur and Davao City. The whole day activities are being held at the provincial capitol in Matti, Digos City. On December 5, the entire entourage will proceed to Malita town, which is now part of the newlycreated Davao Occidental province, to share inputs on strengthening the business community and on how to invite more investors to pour in investments for

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Kimberlite Pawnshop will be having an AUCTION SALE on all items that expired on October 2013 AUCTION DATE: December 12, 2013 Estrada Bldg., Fortich-Don Carlos Sts., Malaybalay City, Bukidnon NOTICE OF AUCTION SALE Main Branch Carmen Branch Cogon Branch I Cogon Branch II Limketkai Branch

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FELY’S JEWELRY & PAWNSHOP CAGAYAN DE ORO with:

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Will hold a Public Auction on all Past Due Loans, unrenewed and unredeemed pawn items, which expired last JUNE 01, 2013 to AUGUST 31, 2013. The said Public Auction will be on DECEMBER 16, 2013 from 9:00 in the morning to 12:00 o’clock noon at each above-mentioned place of business. MANAGEMENT

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Magpahigayon ug Subasta sa tanang wala mabag-o o wala malukat nga mga prenda nga milapas na sa gitakdang panahon gikan sa HUNYO 01, 2013 hangtod sa AUGUST 31, 2013. Ang maong Subasta ipahigayon karong DISYEMBRE 16, 2013 sa may alas 9:00 ang takna sa buntag hangtud sa 12:00 ang takna sa udto. Kini ipahigayon didto sa ilang tagsa-tagsa ka dapit nga nahisgutan sa unang bahin ning maong pahibalo. MDN: DECEMEBR 6, 2013

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added revenues and economic gains. The visit of the delegation from Israel, who are investors currently engaged in industrial farming, came in time with Governor Claude Bautista's strong commitment and thrust in transforming Davao del Sur into an agro-industrialized province. The governor is bent on pushing this vision in the fields of agriculture, fishery and other related components to ensure food

security in the province. This one-of-a-kind visit and partnership is a bilateral economic mission that aims to foster sisterhood agreement particularly on technical manpower-sourcing. In the coming days, Davao del Sur will have a competitive edge in giving opportunity to the techni-

cally skilled workers and those many unemployed graduates from years back. Meanwhile, the Israel delegation will be among those who could witness the lighting of the big Christmas tree at the Davao del Sur capitol compound at 6:30pm today. (LGU-Davao del Sur/Nilda S. Aniñon)


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KC Concepcion: Paulo Avelino is boyfriend material

Whether it was Paulo Avelino’s “style” to woo a girl by wowing her with smooth conversations, actress KC Concepion couldn’t tell. But what she’s sure of is that “Magaling siya manligaw kung ganun,” said KC during an appearance on Buzz ng Bayan on Sunday. Breaking her silence for the first time since Paulo confessed earlier on the same show that he and the actress are dating, KC shared that she actually admires the actor’s passion for the craft.

“Hinahangaan ko siya bilang aktor and since priority ko ngayon ‘yung work ko as an actress, ang ganda rin pag-usapan ‘yung

trabaho namin,” she said.

The Mega daughter admitted that in a way she has swallowed what she said before that she won’t be dating an actor again. “Sabi ko nga before, I’m never, never going to date an actor. Ayaw ko na talaga. [Pero] iba rin naman siya sa mga actors. Urian winner na ‘yun. Tinuturuan niya rin ako about sa character building,” she underscored. Paulo won the Best Actor trophy from Gawad Urian last year for his independent film Sayaw ng Dalawang Kaliwang Paa. While she has clarified in the past that she and Paulo are not

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exclusively dating, KC said that she enjoys hanging out with him.

“I do [enjoy hanging out with him]. Feeling ko parang hindi lang siya yung basta nagpapa-cute,” she explained. With someone like Paulo, who openly confessed his admiration for her, perhaps the only question that needs to be addressed is whether or not she’s ready to open her heart and fall in love anew. Something which she has no direct answer as of the moment saying that, “Actually isa iyan sa mga nakakapagpakaba sa akin na parang takot ba ako? Sabi ko nga kay Mama [Sharon Cuneta], ‘Ano ba ito. Lagi kong sinasabi na hindi ako ready mag-commit.

Kailan ba ako magiging ready ulit? Takot ba ako ng over?’ Sabi lang niya at ng mga Tita ko, ‘Give yourself a chance.’”

doesn’t want to meddle with her daughter’s affairs but she added, “Pero okay lang sa akin basta masaya si KC. ‘Yun lang.”

It may be recalled that Sharon earlier commented that she

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Intramuros. While he was still with the hospital, he was planting his yard in Novaliches, Quezon City, with all kinds of vegetables, sparing him from buying them, and from the chemicals sprayed on vegetables bought from public markets or malls. -oooWANT A GOOD PARTTIME WORK? CALL ME: In my “part time life” as a financial consultant (read that, insurance agent) of Pru-UK Philippines (a subsidiary of 168-year old PruUK London), I never ceased to be amazed by the success of many ordinary Filipinos who, merely in their spare time, sold insurance coverage to their families, friends and associates. Records will show that these Filipinos have found an effective way to increase their income, in amounts which many a time even surpass their earnings from their “regular” employments, by being part-time Pru-UK insurance agents. Previously-cash strapped and unable to make both ends meet, they now have new cars, new (or newlyrefurbished) homes, regular foreign trips, and the money to support their children through college and even respond to emergencies. I am writing this for other Filipinos out there who seem unable to find

an economically-fulfilling work: Pru-UK can be the answer to our age-old dream of a part-time work which pays more than a regular work. Call me at the numbers below, if you are interested to also become a financial consultant of Pru-UK. -oooREADERS’ REACTIONS TO THIS COLUMN: I thank many of our readers here for taking time out to tell us that they like what they have reading in this column of ours. The latest of these is Mr. Henry P. Iligan, the owner-station manager of DXHI 103.7 Radyo Trabongko in Don Carlos, Bukidnon. In his message, he said he is reading our column regularly, and he agrees with our view that politicians should now focus their attention on God, the country and its people. -oooP R E AC H IN G T H E WORD THROUGH RADIO: Because of that unexpected and unsolicited message, I am now given a daily five-minute broadcast in DXHI, from 6:50 a.m. to 6:55 a.m., to expound on the Word of God, to make our people aware about God’s great love for all of us, a love that did not hesitate to share His Son, Jesus Christ, our God and Savior, for the forgiveness of our sins and as an assurance for all believers of an eternal life in Paradise. Thank God in the name of Jesus! -ooo-

Most Outstanding Club Secretaries of District 3870 during the Governorship of Jaime P. Semaña (RY 2010-2011) A Paul Harris Fellow, Rtn. Benasa headed the construction of the CalaCala Water Piping as one of the Community Projects of the Club (RY 2010-2011).

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State University (Butuan City), St. Joseph Institute of Technology (Butuan City) and St. Paul University Surigao (Surigao City). The competition will be fiercer in the high school category as constant rivals Bayugan National Comprehensive High School (Bayugan City) and Agusan National High School (Butuan City) will faceoff anew. The championship round is set on December 8, 2013. Registration starts at 8 am today, December 6. Debate briefing is scheduled in the afternoon.

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SM store donates P4.5m to children’s choir, church THE country’s top retailer, The SM Store has donated P 4,000,000 for the rehabilitation of the St. Peter the Apostle Parish Church in Loboc, Bohol which is considered one of the country’s “National Cultural Treasures”. The Church was heavily damaged when the 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit Cebu and Bohol provinces on October 15, 2013. The amount is the biggest donation received from the private sector to date for the rehabilitation of Bohol Churches severely damaged during the earthquake. This significant donation to Loboc Church was announced at the end of a Thanksgiving Concert by the Loboc Children’s Choir held at the SM City Cebu Northwing last Sunday, December 1st. The Thanksgiving Concert was part of SM City Cebu’s 20th year anniversary celebration, “Celebrating 20 and Helping Rebuild Communities”. At the same event, The SM Store also handed a donation of P 500,000 to Loboc Children’s Choir to assist in the choir’s scholarship programs, allowances, and other needs. The Loboc Church is the “home” of the Loboc Children’s Choir. The Loboc Children’s Choir under the baton of school teacher, Alma Fernando Taldo,

SM Prime Holdings, Inc.’s Vice President Marissa Fernan together with The SM Store’s Senior Vice President Evelyn Lim turns over the cheque to Loboc Children’s Choir represented by Alma Fernando and Lutgardo Labad.

was founded in 1980 and its members are students of the Loboc Central Elementary School. In 2001 the choir was the National Champion in the category of Children’s Choirs during the National Music Competitions for Young Artists (NAMCYA). In 2003, the choir was presented by the Metropolitan Museum of Manila in a series of concert tours in Europe dubbed “TUBO: A Musical Journey for Heritage and Peace.” The choir has also garnered two major awards at the 6th International Folksong Choir Festival & the Europe and Its Sings 2003 Cup held in Barcelona, Spain in September

2003. The amounts donated came from a nationwide fundraising campaign of The SM Store held from October 2131, 2013 to assist earthquake victims and the rehabilitation work required. For every P1000 purchase, P10 went to the campaign. Earlier, SM Prime Holdings President Hans T. Sy handed over a check for P5 million each to the City & Province of Cebu to help in the rehabilitation efforts after the earthquake bringing to a total amount of P14.5 million donated by the SM Group to Cebu and Bohol in the aftermath of the October 15th earthquake.

Both Emano and the company administrator and lawyers agreed to meet at the Lugait municipal hall Thursday morning. However, the company’s administrator and lawyers did not show up and sent an emissary saying they would want to see the governor in Cagayan de Oro City. Lugait is the last coastal town west of Misamis Oriental that served as the border between Lanao del Norte and Misamis Oriental.

NOTICE

Wednesday but no tsunami alert had been raised. The tectonic earthquake was felt at around 7:58 am with the center located 5.7 kilometers southeast of the town of Mati. Phivolcs said it was felt strongest in Mati and in Toril, Davao del Sur. Alabanza assured that ously implements the neces- of all power transmission typhoons, floods, landslides, NGCP, through its Disaster sary preparations and precau- facilities to be affected by tsunami, volcanic eruptions, Action Plan (DAP), continu- tions to ensure the readiness disasters like earthquakes, and fire emergencies.

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injured when the conflict erupted Wednesday morning as more than 100 families barricaded the highway here to prevent the police and the sheriff to execute a demolition order issued by the Supreme Court. Killed was Nixon Tungao, 35 while the injured were Jimmy Arcadio, a certain Oclarit and two police officers whose names were not immediately known. The settlers accused the police of firing their guns indiscriminately to them which resulted in the killing and wounding of the victims. The provincial police command in Misamis Oriental has ordered an investigation into the shooting and to find out whether one of the police officers has fired guns. The violence erupted when some police officers led by Sheriff Norberto Labis broke the line and started demolishing the houses of the settlers in Barangay Calangahan along the highway in Lugait, Misamis Oriental. Residents in the area

accused the police and the demolition team of firing guns and tear gasses to the settlers that barricaded the highway sending some 5,000 passengers and commuters stranded until Wednesday afternoon when the settlers opened half of the highway for vehicles. Labis alleged that the settlers threw a Molotov bomb, an improvised gasoline bomb at the police team, that failed to go off which also resulted in stone throwing between the protagonists. The Supreme Court has ruled that the land in question was part of the land owned by the Achondoa Agro-Industrial Company. Governor Bambi Emano rushed to the area to mediate and pacify both parties as the settlers bowed to fight to the end as they expressed the fears that the demolition would attack them at night. Emano asked at the company representative and the sheriff for a “status quo” saying that the province would find a relocation site for the settlers.

In connection with the NOTICE published on December 4, 2013 page 8 re EXTRA-JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH DEED OF SALE pertaining to the estate of deceased MOISES P. ILOGON, SR., vendee should be Juliet Baliola-Ilogon. Sorry for the inadvertence.

Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of Late APOLINARIA CADENAS, who died long time ago and is the owner of a parcel of land located at Banlas, Agoho, Mambajao, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 04000204466 designated as Cad. Lot No. 3866-A, containing an area of 110 square meters, more or less, is the subject of EXTRA-JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE, made and executed by the heirs of APOLINARIA CADENAS namely: LORENZO CADENAS, MARIA CADENAS, RICO C. BUCOG and CANDY C. BUCOG, all of legal ages, Filipinos and a residents of Banlas, Agoho, Mambajao, Camiguin, that the herein Heirs/Vendors are the surviving heirs. That this portion of land is the shares of Rico and Candy C. Bucog are the vendor of this Deed of Absolute Sale. That for and in consideration of the sum of FIFTEEN THOUSAND PESOS (P15,000.00) Philippine Currency in hand paid with entire satisfaction from ELSIE LADIO BROWN, hereby SELL, TRANSFER and CONVEY a portion of parcel of land unto ELSIE LADIO BROWN, herein Vendee. As per Doc. No. 81; Page 16; Book No. 42; Series of 2013; under Notary Public of ATTY. ANIANO S. PADERANGA

NOTICE is hereby given that the estate of CONSTANCIO J. CEPRA, who died intestate on September 13, 1988 at Bilay, Butuan City, consisting of 2.7519 hectares of land situated at Bilay, Butuan City,under TD. No. 08-10-0001-00495 registered unto his father Fortunato Cepra under T-14739, is the subject of an EXTRA-JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT AMONG HEIRS OF CONSTANCIO J. CEPRA made and entered into by deceased Constancio J. Cepra’s surviving heirs, who agreed to divide and settle aforementioned estate in the following manner: Parcel I-ROSEMINDA CEPRA-ENOC - A parcel of land (Lot 5112-B-5, Psd13-019805, being a portion of lot 5112-B, Psd-13-000180) situated in Barangay Amparo, Butuan City, containing an area of 4,586 square meters; Parcel II –BIENVENIDO J. CEPRA – A parcel of land (Lot 5112B-6, Psd-13-019805, being a portion of lot 5-B, Psd-13-000180) situated in Barangay Amparo, Butuan City, containing an area of 4,586 square meters; Parcel III-FORTUNATO J. CEPRA – A parcel of land (Lot 5112-B-3, Psd-13-019805, being a portion of lot 5112-B, Psd-13-000180) situated in Barangay Amparo, Butuan City, containing an area of 4,586 square meters; Parcel IV- DEMOCRITO J. CEPRA – A parcel of land (Lot 5112-B-4, Psd-13-019805, being a portion of lot 5112-B, Psd13-000180) situated in Barangay Amparo, Butuan City containing an area of 4,586 square meters; Parcel V- CONSTANCIO J. CEPRA, JR.- A parcel of land (Lot 5112-B-2. Psd-13-019805, being a portion of lot 5112-B, Psd-13-000180) situated in Barangay Amparo, Butuan City, containing an area of 4,586 square meters; and Parcel VI- CAMILO J. CEPRA – A parcel of land (Lot 5112-B-1, Psd-13-019805, being a portion of lot 5112-B, Psd-13-000180) situated in Barangay Amparo, Butuan City, containing an area of 4,586 square meters, per Doc. No. 60; Page No. 06; Book No. CXIII; Series sof 2013 of the Notarial Registry of Atty. Richard L. Lamigo, Notary Public for and in the City of Butuan with PTR No. 0554822 1-02-2013.

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Adidas offers free World Cup ball to newborns in Brazil RIO DE JANEIRO - The latest army of Brazil fans born in the country have been offered a free World Cup ball by German sporting goods maker Adidas as part of the official launch of the brazuca. The company's chief executive Herbert Hainer said earlier this week that he expected Adidas to sell a record number of soccer balls next year when the tournament kicks off. However, any child born in the Brazil on Tuesday, when the ball was launched, can be the proud owner of a brazuca, named in 2012 after a public vote in Brazil involving one million fans. The name comes from an informal local term meaning "Brazilian" and refers to the Brazilian way of life. It is also used to compliment a skillful move on the pitch. The colors and ribbon design of the ball panels symbolize the traditional multicolored wish bracelets worn in the country (fita do Senhor do Bonfim da Bahia). The ball was tested for 2-1/2 years by more than 600 players and 30 teams in 10 countries across three continents, including Argentina's Ballon d'Or, or world player of the year, winner Lionel Messi and European champions Bayern Munich. It was also used in several internationals, with a dif-

The 2014 World Cup ball. Reuters

ferent design, including a Sweden-Argentina friendly in February. Adidas has made every World Cup ball since 1970 and recently extended its partnership with soccer's world governing body FIFA until 2030, including the supply of the official match ball. T he c omp any s ai d i n a news release that "a new structural innovation with a unique symmetr y of six identical panels alongside a different surface structure will provide improved grip, touch, stability and aerodynamics on the pitch". Brazil fullback Dani Alves said: "...we're going to have a lot of fun with it. Most importantly, it plays well on the ground and in the air. It's increased my levels of

excitement even further and I honestly cannot wait for the opening game." The tournament kicks off on June 12 next year in Sao Paulo and runs through to the July 13 final in Rio de Janeiro. Wo r l d a n d Eu r o p e a n champions Spain are hoping the brazuca, which follows in the footsteps of the Jabulani and its predecessors going back to the renowned 1970 Telstar version, can bring them more success at next year's finals. Spain captain and goalkeeper Iker Casillas said: "The brazuca has a stunning design that feels inspired by Brazil. Now the ball has been launched the tournament feels a lot closer. Hopefully with brazuca we can get the same result as in 2010." - Reuters


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