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‘Italpinas Best Deals Ever’ unveils this October

ISUZU Cagayan de Oro, or known locally as Cebu Southern Motors, Inc., is currently holding an outdoor exhibit of four new van models and one new truck model that were introduced to the Philippine market just this year. See full story, page A5

Palace remains hopeful on Gilas bid for 2016 Olympics THE Palace is hopeful the national men’s basketball team, Gilas Pilipinas, will get better to accomplish its noble aim of bringing our country back on the Olympic stage. Communications Secretary Herminio Coloma, Jr. issued the statement Sunday as he personally extended his congratulations to Gilas Pilipinas after placing sec-

ond in the 2015 FIBA Asia Championship. Host country, China, bullied its way to a 78-67 victory over the underdog Philippine team in a lopsided finals match held Saturday evening at the Changsha Social Work Colleges gymnasium. In the process, China claimed the lone outright See palace, page A11

Isuzu Philippines Corporation officials led by executive vice president Takashi Tomita (second from right) and Isuzu Cagayan de Oro represented by assistant general manager George Ongchua (second from left) and IPC Tean-Mr. Joseph Bautista(Marketing Head-Isuzu Philippines Corporation), Mr. Robert Carlos (Product Planning ManagerIsuzu Philippines Corporation) flash the number one sign in front of their exhibit.

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CULTIVATING PH-CHINA TIES. Misamis Oriental Rep. Juliette T. Uy (fourth from left) joined fourteen fellow women legislators and two women journalists with International Department of the Communist Party of China (IDCPC) Vice Minister Chen Fengxiang (middle) during their visit to enhance Philippine-China relations in Beijing last September 23, 2015. The Philippine delegation is composed of (from left) Domini Torrevillas, Rep. Belma Cabilao, Rep. Erlinda Santiago, Rep. Uy, Rep. Angelina Katoh, Rep. Linabelle Ruth Villarica, Rep. Olga Kho, Rep. Rose Marie Arenas, Ambassador Erlinda Basilio, Rep. Bellaflor Angara-Castillo, Rep. Emmi de Jesus, Rep. Ann Hofer, Rep. Gwendolyn Garcia, Rep. Ana Cristina Go, Rep. Ma. Lourdes Acosta, Rep. Marie Anne Pernes, and Rina Jimenez David. Photo supplied






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walls and ceilings, fitted kitchen sinks, bathroom fixtures, electrical wirings and outlets; however, this month of October, buyers are offered a FREE Kitchen Modular System! “At Primavera, we always make sure to please our clients not only with world-class units and facilities but also with our promo offerings; that aside from the already affordable rates, we strive to make it even more reasonable. Indeed, today is the best chance to invest in Mindanao’s first and only multi-awarded eco-friendly building,” Gladys Magadan-Echano, Sales Director, expressed. Primavera Residences is known for its energy-saving features that include cantilevers to protect the units from direct sunlight, and an indoor courtyard that maximizes the natural ventilation in the area. Just recently, solar panels that provide additional energy for the building’s common areas are already installed on the building’s rooftop. The building is also designed to withstand

earthquakes and extreme weather and boasts of 24-7 security. “We are not just giving them discounts but we give them the real thing. We want to add more value to our investors’ purchase; that it will not just be profitable, but they will also help the environment by purchasing from a development that is eco-friendly,” Echano stated. Primavera Residences, the first development of Italpinas Development Corporation (IDC), is a 10-storey, two-tower building located at Pueblo de Oro Township offering residential, commercial and office spaces for lease and purchase. All units in the first tower are ready for occupancy while the second tower is slated to be completed this year. Buyers may choose from studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units. Hurry! We only have few units left! Do you want to know more about Primavera Residences? You may reach them at 0917 794 2221 or (088) 880-5002. You can also visit their website at



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Entrepreneurs share value of attending business expos; share tips By Ma. Cristina C. Arayata

MANILA -- Most Filipinos hear 90.7 Love Radio DJ Nicole Hyala every morning. Do you know she’s also an entrepreneur? Nicole Hyala (or Emmy Gaite Tiñana) is on her third year as franchisee of Peanut World. She told the Philippines News Agency (PNA) she learned about Peanut World through attending a franchise and business expo. She was present during the opening day of the 14th Franchise and Business Expo: Empowering Entrepreneurs, which is slated from Oct. 2-4 at the World Trade Center in Pasay City.

Around 300 exhibitors have joined this event organized by the Association of Filipino Franchisers Inc. (AFFI). As an entrepreneur, Nicole Hyala said the challenge is on manpower. “The problem really is maintaining the right people, those who will be honest,” she said. The ‘Tambalan’ co-host also cited lean season as another challenge. Nicole Hyala’s advice for fellow entrepreneurs is to keep their feet on the ground, and to love what they do. Jelyn Chung, manager of Acqua Suisse Perfume Bar, meanwhile, cited exposure as main benefit from join-

ing a business expo. She shared it’s her fourth or fifth time to join the AFFI’s franchise and business expo this year. Acqua Suisse Perfume is available in the market since 2007. Jelyn’s brother, John, thought of something that should be very unique and eye-catching. Their perfume is the only brand in the Philippines that we would see colorfully placed in wine bottles. The scent/oil, according to Chung, comes from Switzerland and they manufacture it locally. The company offers refills and Acqua Suisse Perfume can be franchised in cart or kiosk form.


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I HAVE been reading a lot of discrepancies or inconsistencies relative to past events in our country--a matter that involves the books of history. Sometimes the differences depend so much on the skill or knowledge of the authors on past events which perhaps were based on interviews from old folks. I remember interviewing an old woman whose family claimed she was 105 years old. Of course, I cannot disagree with on their allegations, but as I looked at her, she must be about 90 years old only. I am not surprised because some of the authors are modern day Filipinos who also gathered information from history teachers. Many of these teachers derived their ideas from books written by foreigners who came to our country, thus some distortions or failures developed. Always there is disagreement on important matters specially on dates, names and others. What hit me so hard is the fact that history should be the actual happening of events and not based from presumption, speculation or mere ideas of the writers. But what else can we do but

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believe in whatever is there for the moment. In return, we pass on to our youngsters what we think is the truth and so on until generations come and the matter remains the same. For instance, some people think General Luna was assassinated on the orders of some Filipino leaders who were in power during the revolution. Others even thought Luna was murdered by his own men. Whatever was the reason, Luna was indeed a fighter during his time and has led his men into great battles against the enemies. The movie entitled Heneral Luna has brought up reasons to doubt to many people. Certainly, every scene is accepted as truth to others and this is where

discrepancies occur. Lately a foreigner wrote something that stirred the minds of people and even created an arena where debates and opposing arguments cropped up. It was about his thought that then Sen. Ninoy Aquino, father of our president, was a national hero. It was true the death of Aquino at the tarmac of the Manila International Airport upon his arrival was presumed the result of political rivalry, but other than that has no bearing on his becoming a national hero. Until this moment, Rizal is our national hero, although it is a fact we have many heroes. Because of numerous controversies on the issue of history, we are giving our youngsters in the high school doubts and confusion regarding the truth of past events. We have only one national hero, we have one national flower, one national anthem, etc. and beyond that has distorted history. The problem is we cannot rewrite history and whatever inconsistencies that surround it will remain as facts.

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no example from history to follow,” Gauck said in a keynote speech, part of three days of festivities to mark the silver anniversary of reunification. “But unlike then, those which previously didn’t belong together will now grow together.” The capitalist West Germany and the communist East reunited on October 3, 1990 , finalizing a process that began with the fall of the Berlin Wall nearly a year earlier. Around 1,300 guests attended Saturday’s celebrations in Frankfurt’s Opera House, including Chancellor Angela Merkel, European Commission President

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Jean-Claude Juncker and South Korean Unification Minister Hong Yong Pyo. Also present were around 50 rights activists from the former East Germany and 30 refugees. A massive three-day party for Germany’s Unity Day is underway in Frankfurt, the capital of the state of Hesse. The festivities kicked off on Friday under the banner, “Overcoming Borders,” and are expected to draw hundreds of thousands of people to the riverside city. Since 1990, the historic date has been a national public holiday. Germany, Europe’s biggest economy, is expected to receive up to 1 million refugees this year - more than any other European country. Gauck urged for patience with the integration of migrants, saying it would take time for new arrivals to adjust to a different social order, “which is not frequently in conflict with their own traditional norms.” He praised the warm welcome refugees had received

“MY MOTHER said I must always be intolerant of ignorance, but understanding of illiteracy. That some people, unable to go to school, were more educated and more intelligent than college professors,” says Maya Angelou, an American author, poet, dancer, actress, and singer. THE implementation of the K to 12 (K to twelve) enhanced basic education program of the Department of Education (DepEd) next school would mean an additional two years of pain, tears, and sacrifices for both parents and students. But wait! According to the frequently asked questions (FAQs) posted by the education department on its website has this replies: “Not necessarily.” And to back up its “may be yes” and “may be no” replies, the education department brags: “Senior High School ‘completes’ basic education by making sure that the high school graduate is equipped for work, entrepreneurship, or higher education. This is a step up from the 10-year cycle where high school graduates still need further education (and expenses) to be ready for the world. “SHS will be offered free in public schools and there will be a voucher program in place for public junior high school completers as well as (Education Service Contracting (ESC) beneficiaries of private high schools should they choose to take SHS in private institutions. “This means that the burden of expenses for the additional two years need not be completely shouldered by parents.” Well, the first paragraph in an indirect reply. Irrelevant. In basketball: “Defense!” Depensa gyud. The second paragraph tells us that K+12 is free in public schools. The right reply to this is: “Trulse!”

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25 years of reunification

THE moment this daily will hit the roads, I’ll be staying in Manila for sevCHENG ORDOÑEZ URIEL C. QUILINGUING eral days. One reason is Associate Editor Contributing Editor the official establishment of the German-Philippine MARK FRANCISCO Arjay Felicilda Chamber of Commerce. Lifestyle Editor Assistant Editor I’ll be also visiting (again) GILBERT Y. CHAO gerry lee gorit the German Club and the Motoring Editor Photo Journalist German-European School felix santillan ROEL CATOTO in Manila. Another event is EDSEL BANTOL Provincial Editor-Surigao the occasion of the 25th anLayout Artists niversary of German Unity PAT SAMONTE in the New World Hotel in irene dayo CHRIS PANGANIBAN Makati City, among many Reporter-NorthMin Regional Editors-Caraga others with German ParJOE PALABAO MARLON GAYOG liamentary State Secretary Rene Michael BaÑos Regional Editor-Davao Mrs. Brigitte Zypries. Regional Editors-Northmin German President AL JACINTO JOE FELICILDA Joachim Gauck has used Regional Editor-WestMin Editorial Consultant the occasion yesterday (October 3) to call for unity in ATTY. MARIO T. JUNI handling the current refugee NOTARY PUBLIC- JUNI LAW OFFICE crises. Yes, Germany is celCELL NO: 09352379999/ (088) 8573595 ebrating its 25 years since CRUZ TAAL ST., CAG. DE ORO CITY its national reunification. Legal Counsel --------------------------------------------------------------The German President bureau and mktg staff said in a ceremony Saturday, candy macabale - 09161326483 RIZA O. ARES - 0915-9753277/0920-9600223 that there were parallels beMISOR - LOLONG NABONG - 0906-875-8650 tween German unification GINGOOG CITY-MANNY ANSIHAGAN-0936-287-7788 25 years ago and current North Buk. - DAHLIA S. BENEMERITO-0936-303-0410 VALENCIA CITY - PHILIP PHIL CALUMBA-0905-652-5407 efforts to deal with a record MARAMAG - TITA FINA CUALES - 0926-336-1585 influx of refugees. Iligan City - JEFFREY OPONDA-0936-1174378 bobby mag usara-tangub city “In 1990 there was also OROQUIETA CITY - PJ TREMEDAL-0919-3452375 the legitimate question: ARMM - Sony Sudaria-0947-4810371 cotabato - ANALISA ESPAÑOLA-0916-9351714 ‘Are we up to this chaldavao - MARLON GAYOG-09276314995 lenge?’ Then too, there was davao - tom a. caballero-09105783126 ruel pelone Managing Editor

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Don’t give up

“So let’s not get tired of doing what is good. At just the right time we will reap a harvest of blessing if we don’t give up.” -Galatians 6:9

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Some days are simply overwhelming and cause us to want to give up. God desires us to be persistent in our good work. Maybe you’re trying to mend a broken

relationship with a family member and some days are very tough. Sometimes work can be hectic and unforgiving. And sometimes it’s a dream of yours to work on something that you’re passionate about and gifted in. There are peaks and valleys for all of these journeys, but remember to be strong, hopeful, and believe in your heavenly father.

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Isuzu CDO debuts 5 truck,van models in Ketkai roadshow By MARK FRANCISCO, Staff member

ISUZU Cagayan de Oro, or known locally as Cebu Southern Motors, Inc., is currently holding an outdoor exhibit of four new van models and one new truck model that were introduced to the Philippine market just this year.

The display, which will run through Friday at Limketkai Parking Lot D, features the following models – NQR (a dropside van), NHR (a rivetless aluminum van), NPR (a rivetless aluminum van) FVM (a wing van) and EXZ (a tractor). According to Isuzu Philippines Corporation product planning manager Robert Carlos, the NQR is designed for construction firms transporting various materials to their sites. It has

passed the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 2010 standards and is the only one in its class to offer selective catalytic reduction technology with diesel exhaust fluid. This means that under normal highway conditions, the diesel exhaust fluid will regenerate itself automatically to remove particulate matter from the exhaust. Curb to curb, the NQR prides itself as the most maneuverable in its class – and far more nimble

than any conventional truck could ever hope to be. Meanwhile, the NHR and the NPR rivetless aluminum vans are designed mostly to transport perishable goods. With power windows, door locks, tilt/telescopic steering wheel and driver-friendly instrumentation, there’s nothing else you’d ask for. But wait there’s more. The Isuzu N diesel series deliver torque at low RPM for effortless pulling power and a Hexapod design that maximizes cargo space. Not to be outperformed, the FVM wing van also features larger space for easier ingress and egress with a total of 25 tons GVW rating. Its 6HK1-TCN diesel

engine is intended for better mileage performance that will take both your products and business farther. And its double axle rear suspension provides a firm grip while maintaining minimal noise and vibration, seamlessly adapting with changing road conditions. Lastly, the EXZ tractor is capable to haul fully loaded tankers and 40-footers. Every facet of this lovely truck

Bayan Muna slams closure of ‘Fr Pops’ school in B’non THE partylist group Bayan Muna has strongly condemned the closure order of a lumad school by a village chief in Kitaotao, Bukidnon. The Fr. Fausto Tentorio Memorial School in Barangay White Culaman in Kitaotao town, Bukidnon was ordered closed last October by Barangay Captain Felipe Cabugnason because of alleged ties with the New People’s Army (NPA). “This is a brazen anachronistic red-tagging tactic made by the military and echoed by local government officials in the pursuit of the government’s already discredited counter-insurgency operations,” said Rep. Carlos Isagani Zarate, who hails from Mindanao. “It is a tragedy that the efforts made by some support organizations and the lumads themselves to break free from their marginalization are now being attacked,” Zarate said. The Fr. Fausto Tentorio Memorial School was established in memory of the

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late Italian missionary and lumad advocate , Fr. Fausto “Pops” Tentorio, who was murdered on October 10, 2011 in Arakan town, North Cotabato by suspected members of the military-backed Bagani paramilitary group. A staunch environmentalist and anti-large scale mining advocate, Tenorio was also responsible for the establishment of several lumad schools in in the hinterland areas of North Cotabato, Bukidnon and other areas of Mindanao. Fr. Tentorio sustained ten


gunshot wounds from 9 mm weapon. He was brought to Antipas Medical Specialists Hospital in Cotabato but was pronounced dead on arrival. In 2003, Fr. Pops wrote how he was almost killed by the Bagani Force who planned to ambush him in Kitaotao, where he was scheduled to visit the lumad community. The lumads lured the militia men away from the community and the lumad women hid Fr. Pops in a cabinet to spare See closure, page A11


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is designed to cut wind resistance and raise cooling efficiency. Operators will see the benefits in lower fuel costs. During the occasion, Isuzu Cagayan de Oro assistant general manager George Ongchua used the opportunity to introduce their larger showroom along Gusa highway. Ongchua said this showroom can accommodate even the huge FVM

wing van. The exhibit opening was also graced by Isuzu Philippines Corporation executive vice president Takashi Tomita and Isuzu Cagayan de Oro president and general manager Francisco Rolida. The exhibit will run until Friday, October 9 so go drop by at Limketkai Parking Lot D. Or you may inquire at the Isuzu Cagayan de Oro showroom for more details.

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Duterte calls on persons-with-authority establish rapport with soldiers By Joey Sem G. Dalumpines of PIA

DAVAO City--Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, chair of the Regional Peace and Order Council (RPOC) in Davao Region urged mayors, barangay chairs and teachers and persons with authority to establish good rapport with the security sector to harmonize relationships in responding to the needs of the people, particularly safety and security. He made the statement during the RPOC 3rd Quarter meeting Wednesday, following an interview where leaders of the Island Garden City of Samal allegedly called for

the soldiers to come amid the abduction in the Ocean View Resort where three foreign nationals and one Filipinas were taken away by eleven armed men and consequently claimed that no one responded. “It takes more than just knowing that the soldiers are there. You have to go out also and talk to them and establish good rapport,” Duterte said. He underscored that under the administrative law, persons with authority like the mayors, barangay chairs and educators must connect with the soldiers not only when there is a need for action. Duterte said persons in



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government must work as one with cohesion. “If the soldiers do not want to go to your office, you go to their camp and talk,” he said citing that it is the protocol he follows where he no longer waits to be invited by the soldiers to talk about the problems affecting the community. Duterte described the abduction in the Ocean View resort at the IGACOS as a case of Murphy’s Law. The Wikipedia defines Murphy’s Law as a saying which says, “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” “If it happened in Dos Palmas in Palawan, it can also happen in Samal,” he said. Duterte surmised that the Abu Sayyaf Group truly identifies its target. He said when the abductors entered in the premises of the resort, they divided themselves into two groups and searched for their targets. “There are speculations that it has something to do either with money or the

extortion activities of the enemies of the state,” Duterte said. He also believed that somewhere in the Davao Gulf, the abductors were fetched with speedboats using powerful engines since they were able to reach Sulu in just six hours. “It is definite that they are in Jolo,” Duterte said. The Police Regional Office 11 reported that the abduction in IGACOS was a major setback in the security set up of Davao Region even if it was considered as an isolated incident since it grossly affected the tourism industry. Senior Superintendent Michael John Dubria, chief of the Regional Plans Division of the PRO 11 in his report said strong partnership and collaboration among stakeholders is a strong factor against any untoward incident. “Strengthened, proactive security measures lessen the vulnerability of the public from any and all criminal activities,” he said. (PIA 11Joey Sem G. Dalumpines)



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P166.5M farm-to-market roads, a path to lasting peace, progress By AURELIUS ARAIS

BISLIG CITY, Surigao del Sur--Rural infrastructure stirs farming activities, opens up economic opportunities, speeds up development and contributes to lasting peace in conflictaffected areas. This was how Department of Agriculture Assistant Secretary Edilberto De Luna described his department’s effort in implementing farm-to-market road (FMR) projects especially in Surigao del Sur. The rovince

has been in the news for issues about its indigenous people. ASEC De Luna visited the province and led the turnover of three multi-million DA-implemented FMR projects through the Payapa

at Masaganang Pamayanan (PAMANA) program last September 29. Totaling P166.5 million, the projects includes the concreting of P2.41-kilometer San Roque, Cadangalasan FMR in Sirio Mabog, San Roque, Cadanglasan, Bislig City connecting the boundary of Bunawan amounting to P33.3 million, concreting of the 5.42-kilometer Diatagon Km. 16 (Lianga) connecting Sitio Lagangan,

Caras-an – Tago FMR amounting to P66.6 million, and road opening and concreting of 5.29-kilometer Barangay Lubo, Cantilan – Barangay Panikian, Carrascal FRM amounting to P66.6 million. De Luna emphasized his department’s support for President Aquino’s fivepoint agenda aimed at Surigao del Sur’s economic development, justice and lasting peace.

“Solving the problem on peace matters is not merely using firearms but by giving livelihood within the service areas being cultivated with various agricultural crops such as banana, rice, and root crops due to accessibility of transport to the main highways leading to the nearest market. De Luna made the assurance that the FMRs could withstand various weather conditions to last for longer periods for the benefit of the people. DA-Caraga Regional Director Edna Mabeza urged the residents to avail themselves of DA’s interventions under the banner programs covering rice, corn, highvalue crops and organic agriculture to further oost the agricultural sector in the area. “DA has various projects

and services that you can avail of by coordinating with your city or municipal agriculture officer so we can extend our services such as planting materials. By the time you have enough produce, we can probably put up a processing plant,” Mabeza said. The Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan is a national government convergence program that extends interventions to isolated, hard-to-reach and conflict-affected communities, ensuring that they are not left behind in and have access to development. M i n d a n ao D a i l y TA R PS - S TI C K E R S - N E W S

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No. 48 Don Apolinar Velez St., CDO 0905-319-5666 MAKING DEVELOPMENT AND PROGRESS ACCESSIBLE TO CONFLICT-AFFECTED AREAS. Department of Agriculture ASEC Edilberto De Luna (with microphone) explains to residents of Sitio Mabog, San Roque, Bislig City that government interventions to isolated, hard-to-reach and conflict-affected communities are put in place to ensure that they have access to and are not left behind in development. photo by aurelius araiis Republic of the Philippines 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT Fourth Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City


CIVIL CASE NO.2015-064

DOMINADOR J. PESCADOR JR. AND AND EMMYLOU M. MAGHANOY, Petitioners. X- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - / ORDER Before this Court verified joint petition for the approval and registration of the Divorce filed by the petitioners and alleging among others. That petitioners are husband and wife respectively in a marriage performed under Civil rites on November 9, 1989 at Iligan City, they converted to Islam faith, of which conversions to Islam were duly registered with this court, both of them can be served with summons and other legal processes relative to this case at their residents at B.S. Ong St., Iligan City and Purok 4, Bahayan, Upper Hinaplanon, Iligan City, respectively; That said marriage did not last long due to lack of love and affection until the relationship manifested incompatibility and sustained misunderstanding between petitioners and reached the point of irreconcilability and they separated over ten years (10) years already, they decided to separate live physically in bed and board, thereby, executed Memorandum of Agreement in order to formalized their separation. Since their separation, they had never been communicating or supporting either financially or emotionally to each other, neither minding each other,neither minding each other affair’s; Petitioner’s seek judicial decree of divorce, thereby, severing their marriage bond on November 9, 1989 , so that they will have free hand to do what a single man or woman could do without marital burdens. Reconciliation between them had already been diligently employed but all proved futile. WHEREFORE, finding this petition to be sufficient in form and substance, set the initial hearing of this case on October 9, 2015 at 9:00 a.m at which time, date and place. Any interested party may appear and show why the petition should not be granted. Let copy of this Order be published in a news paper of General Circulation in the City of Iligan once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks at the expense of the petitioners. SO ORDERED. Iligan City, Philippines, this 15th day of September, 2015. (Sgd.) HON. OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge MDN: Sept 22, 29 & Oct 6, 2015

Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province of Agusan del Norte 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 JERRY CAYOMO NANOL has filed with this Office a petition for Change of First Name from “TERRY” to “JERRY” in the birth certificate of TERRY CAYUMO NANOL who was born on January 17, 1975 at Tungao, Butuan City, Agusan del Norte and whose parents are JOVITO TAVIS NANOL and ROMERIANA BULACTIAL CAYUMO. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than 12 October 2015. (SGD.) JUDITH ALVIZO-CALO, LLB, MPA City Civil Registrar MDN: Sept 29 & Oct 6, 2015


CIVIL CASE NO.2015-059

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MALAMBUG A. BASER, JR and the City Registrar of Iligan City Respondent. X- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - / ORDER When the case was called for arbitration by the AGAMA ARBITRATION COUNCIL on September 17, 2015 at 10:00 O’clock in the Morning, petitioner and her representative appeared, and the respondent was represented by his Attorney-in fact (His Father) who was also present. Both parties agreed to settle their case amicably thereby executing a Memorandum of Agreement which shows that petitioner and respondent are no longer interested to reconcile as husband and wife but to make their separation permanent, so that they will have free hand to do what a single man or woman could do without marital burden. WHEREFORE, finding the agreement to be proper not contrary to Muslim Law, Public Policy and order, and customs and tradition, set the initial hearing of this case on October 16, 2015 at 9:00am at which time, date and place. Any interested party may appear and show why the petition should not be granted. Let copy of this Order be published in a newspaper of General Circulation in the City of Iligan once a week for (3) consecutive weeks at the expense of the petitioner. SO ORDERED. Iligan City, Philippines, this 21st day of September, 2015. (Sgd.) HON. OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge MDN: Sept 22, 29 & Oct 6, 2015

RA Form No. 10.1 (LCRO) Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province: Misamis Occidental City/Municipality: Oroquieta City NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public that EPIMACO JR. OMPOC SUICO has filed with this Office a Petition for change of first name from “EPIMIE JR.” to “EPIMACO JR.” in the birth certificate of EPIMIE SUICO JR. who was born on Jan. 25, 1954 at Centro, Oroquieta, Misamis Occ. and whose parents are Lorenza B. Suico and Epimie Suico. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than 13 October 2015. (SGD.) ENGR. BEAU L. CABAHUG City/ Municipal Civil Registrar MDN: Sept 29 & Oct 6, 2015


OPEN: 9AM-9PM, MON.-SAT. R.A. Form No. 10.1 (LCRO) Republic of the Philippines Province: North Cotabato Municipality: Magpet OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL CIVIL REGISTRAR CCE-0036-2015 R.A. 9048/R.A. 10172 Date: September 28,2015 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION 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 REVIL ROLLENAS REPOLIDON has filed with this Office a petition for change of sex from “Male” to “Female” in the Certificate of Live Birth of REVIL ROLLENAS REPOLIDON who was born on October 26, 1994 at Magpet, Cotabato and whose parents are Reynaldo Cordova Repolidon and Josie Renegado Rollenas. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than October 20, 2015. (SGD) CHONA M. PROVIDA, MPA Municipal Civil Registrar MDN: Sept 29 & Oct 6, 2015


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LEAN energy, otherwise known Rant and rave as renewable energy, is energy that is generated from natural resources––resources that are 100-percent renewable.

From water and wind to solar power and even hydro energy, there are a number of clean options available. In general, however, many of us are used to the standard gas and oil options; this is understandable as not only are these sources easily available to the masses but generally cheaper too. Fossil fuels If nothing else, the majority of us use gas and oil as a result of habit. We have been heating our homes, powering our cars and getting electricity via these sources for as long as anyone can remember. However, the damage fossil fuels inflict on the environment is untold. Coal, oil and gas release harmful emissions that cause incredible damage to the environment and as a result for many years we have been encouraged to opt for renewable energy resources instead. What can using clean energy do? For those new to it all or wondering just how much impact changing to clean energy can have, keep the following points in mind…

There are many forms of renewable energy. Most of these renewable energies depend in one way or another on sunlight. Wind and hydroelectric power are the direct result of differential heating of the Earth’s surface which leads to air moving about (wind) and precipitation forming as the air is lifted. Solar energy is the direct conversion of sunlight using panels or collectors. Biomass energy is stored sunlight contained in plants. Other renewable energies that do not depend on sunlight are geothermal energy, which is a result of radioactive decay in the crust combined with the original heat of accreting the Earth, and tidal energy, which is a conversion of gravitational energy. Solar. This form of energy relies on the nuclear fusion power from the core of the Sun. Wind Power. The movement of the atmosphere is driven by differences of temperature at the Earth’s surface due to varying temperatures of the Earth’s surface when lit by sunlight. Wind energy can be used to pump water or generate electricity, but requires extensive areal coverage to produce significant amounts of energy.

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solar power plants, a joint venture of Kyocera Corporation and Century Tokyo Leasing Corporation, at Nishihira Pond and Higashihira Pond in Kato City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan.

The economic benefit of creating renewable energy is vast. • Climate change and global warming is an increasingly worrying issue and with fossil fuels releasing a harmful amount of carbon emissions, making the change to clean energy will have an exceedingly positive impact on the environment. With almost no harmful emissions, renewable energy solutions will ensure that no further

Forms of renewable ‘energy’

damage is done. • One of the main worries of using fossil fuels is that eventually and worryingly now sooner rather than later, these sources will run out. There is an ever growing concern that supplies of coal, oil and gas will begin to run low but with renewable energy this is never an issue. • Increasing prices and

the worry that any political issues between nations may limit the resources available is always a possibility. From restrictions to complete bans there is no guarantee that oil supplies will always be shipped to every country that requires it. In contrast, each country is capable of creating its own renewable energy, what could be more reliable? With each country establishing its own wind power, solar power or hydro power plants, there is an incredible potential for hundreds of jobs to be created. The economic benefit of creating renewable energy

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AFTER months of research and monitoring, The Greenpeace Philippines has released a tuna ranking of nine local canneries based on international sustainable and equitable fisheries guidelines. It found that almost all the local canneries surveyed scored poorly indicating just how the industry is not doing enough to address the problem of rampant illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishThe Hapsay Sapa Council holds the multi stakeholders’ forum to collate all the proing in the country. grams and action plans for Bitang-ag Creek on September 30 at Patrick Cronin Hall, St. Augustine Cathedral, Cagayan de Oro City. Photo courtesy of Jay Arancon/PIA10

is vast. Going green is great for the environment and in the wake of continuingly strange weather conditions and a worry that the issue of global warming is being ignored by the masses; this is the ultimate way to combat the growing issue. Whether you are unsure of the real impact of clean energy or have convinced yourself that it is all just a myth, hopefully now you know exactly how going green can positively impact the environment. Source:

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Hydroelectric energy. This form uses the gravitational potential of elevated water that was lifted from the oceans by sunlight. It is not strictly speaking renewable since all reservoirs eventually fill up and require very expensive excavation to become useful again. At this time, most of the available locations for hydroelectric dams are already used in the developed world. Biomass. Biomass is the term for energy from plants. Energy in this form is very commonly used throughout the world. Unfortunately the most popular is the burning of trees for cooking and warmth. This process releases copious amounts of carbon dioxide gases into the atmosphere and is a major contributor to unhealthy air in many areas. Some of the more modern forms of biomass energy are methane generation and production of alcohol for automobile fuel and fueling electric power plants. Hydrogen and fuel cells. These are also not strictly renewable energy resources but are very abundant in availability and are very low in pollution when utilized. Hydrogen can be burned as a fuel, typically in a vehicle, with only water as the combustion product. Geothermal power. Energy left over from the original accretion of the planet and augmented by heat from radioactive decay seeps out slowly everywhere, everyday. In certain areas the geothermal gradient (increase in temperature with depth) is high enough to exploit to generate electricity. This possibility is limited to a few locations on Earth and many technical problems exist that limit its utility. Another form of geothermal energy is Earth energy, a result of the heat storage in the Earth’s surface. Soil everywhere tends to stay at a relatively constant temperature, the yearly average, and can be used with heat pumps to heat a building in winter and cool a building in summer. This form of energy can lessen the need for other power to maintain comfortable temperatures in buildings, but cannot be used to produce electricity. Other forms of energy. Energy from tides, the oceans and hot hydrogen fusion are other forms that can be used to generate electricity.

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CDO Filipino-Chinese Community mark 66th founding anniversary of the People’s Republic of China

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The Filipino-Chinese community in Cagayan de Oro and Misamis Oriental celebrated the 66th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China with a cultural celebration at the Atrium of the Limketkai Center last Friday, October 1st, in solidarity with other Chinese communities in China and around the world. Known as the National Day in China, the cultural event was preceded by a video presentation of China armed struggle during World War II against Japan. This was followed by the singing of the national anthems of both the Philippines and the PROC and cultural presentations including the Dragon and Lion dances and various other dances and musical numbers presented by students from Kong Hua School and Oro Christian Grace School. For the finale, prominent FilipinoChinese leaders led by Mr. Johnny Lim raised a toast to the founding anniversary of the PROC followed by a community singing of “March of the Volunteers”, also formally known as the National Anthem of the PROC. Fresh from a visit to

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Cebu where he attended the 66th founding anniversary celebration of the (PROC) and the MidAutumn Festival at the Marco Polo Plaza Hotel last Sunday, Greg Marten Lao, president of the Misamis Oriental FilipinoChinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc. (MOFCCCII) said the local event is meant to improve understanding and bilateral relations between the two countries as stated in the message of newly appointed China Consular General Song Ronghua in his message to over a hundred FilipinoChinese in Cebu. “Facing the future, we should shoulder a common historical mission to develop the economy and build a harmonious Asia. Therefore, the two countries have no excuses to quarrel and should well develop their relations,” Mr. Song said. Relations between the two countries have been strained lately owing to tension arising from both countries claims in the West Philippine Sea, a portion of the South China Sea. “Certainly, it is only natural that countries have some different propositions and views,

Leaders of the CDO Filipino-Chinese community raise a toast to the 66th founding anniversary of the PROC.

and normal that they have disparities and contradictions in interests, but this should not be an obstacle for them to keep normal relations,” Song said in his speech, as reported in a Cebu daily. The Consul General said economic partnership between China and the Philippines continues, especially now that China has replaced the United States as the Philippines’ second largest trading partner, after Japan. Song said bilateral trade between the two countries now stands at US$40 billion while tourists from his country are now the fourth largest in the Philippines in terms of arrivals. The diplomat also stressed how some 27 percent of Filipinos are of ethnic Chinese origin of which many have made significant contributions to the economic development of the Philippines. Mr. Song committed to exert all effort to “fostering and consolidating friendship” among Filipinos and Chinese and promote

Mr Johnny Lim giving the opening remarks

socio-economic cooperation. “Local cooperation between China and the Philippines enjoys a promising future, including disaster reduction and prevention, urban transportation, poverty reduction, environmental protection, education, and healthcare,” Mr. Ronghua said, adding that these must be done, “without being disturbed by any factor.” In addition, he said he will serve as a bridge between both Chinese and Filipino businessmen to invest in both countries. Song assured that his

office will provide better services in his consular district. 2015 is the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between China and the Philippines and the 20th anniversary of the establishment of Chinese Consulate in Cebu. The Philippines and China enjoy the fastest economic growth performances in the world, growing at not less than five percent annually, while global growth averages only three percent. (with a report from SunStar Cebu)

Filipino and Chinese flags adorning all tables as a symbol of solidarity.

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE AMONG HEIRS Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the late spouses RUBEN B. FACTORES AND FLORENCIA HIPOS-FACTORES who died on January 25, 2015 at the Misamis Occidental Provincial Hospital, Oroquieta City and July 25, 2011 at St. Therese Hospital, Oroquieta City, respectively, leaving the following House and Lot, more particularly bounded and described as follows... “House and Lot No. 2831-D and a House erected thereof, situated at Northern Poblacion, Plaridel, Misamis Occidental, bounded on the North 21, on the South 30, on the East, Mabini St. and on the West 23, containing an area of ONE HUNDRED FIFTY FIVE (155) SQUARE METERS, covered with Tax Declaration No. 10-000100207 (Lot) and Tax Declaration No. 10-0001-00208 (House). Said property is registered under the provision of Sec. 113 of Presidential Decree No. 1529, as amended, the property involved not having been previously registered under the Land Registration Act.” Is the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT AMONG HEIRS, made and entered by and among CHERRY MAY H. FACTORES, COOLEN MAY H. FACTORES-ALCALA, JOHN GREENLEAF H. FACTORES and RINA MAY H. FACTORES and residents of Northern Poblacion, Plaridel, Misamis Occidental, the above named parties are the only legitimate and surviving heirs. Parties hereto being all of legal ages, with full capacity to contract, with legal effects, hereby settle and adjudicate, unto themselves in equal pro-indiviso share and make assignments common to them. As per Doc. No. 189, Page No. 39, Book No. II, Series of 2015 under Notary Public ATTY. INOCENCIO D. PAGALARAN JR. Roll N. 29411, PTR No. 2860342, 1-15-15 Oroquieta City. MDN Sept 29, Oct 6 & 13, 2015

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You daily existence is given to you for a great reason T he G ospel of J e sus Christ (October 6, 2015-Tuesday) Mark 12:1827- If a man’s brother die, and leave [his] wife [behind him], and leave no children, that his brother should take his wife, and raise up seed unto his brother. Now there were seven brethren: and the first took a wife, and dying left no seed. And the second took her, and died, neither left he any seed: and the third likewise. And the seven had her, and left no seed:

last of all the woman died also. In the resurrection therefore, when they shall rise, whose wife shall she be of them? for the seven had her to wife. And Jesus answering said unto them, do ye not therefore err, because ye know not the scriptures, neither the power of God? Take note; if we will die all of us will become a pure spirit. Luke 24:39-Behold my hands and my feet, which it is I myself: handle me, and see; for a spirit hath not flesh and

bones, as ye see me have. This is the reasons why Jesus expounded the Gospel that “no marital relationship” in the second life. How about those who are married already here on earth? In Isaiah 65:17-18-For, behold, I create “new heavens and a new earth:” and the former shall not be remembered, nor come into mind. No more carnal desire in the second life. No more bearing of a child in heaven. Your ultimate task

in heaven is to pray unceasingly. You will worship God 24 hours and because of this truth; you need to practice this while you have still time to do it by activating your faith on this earth. You are just living temporary and soon; you will go to eternity. Before it happens, have a constant training on how to be saved. Your daily existence is given to you for a great reason for you to do. Do the right things consistently because this is the absolute

key to inherit the kingdom of the living God. From this earth you will be raised to heaven if God can see that you are ready and prepared very well. The reason why you are living too long on this earth is not an accident but he has a purposed for you to repent and change. God doesn’t want to lose you after this life: Printing paid by: Neneth Ranoa - Bobong Balino- Edith Ranoa, PhD- Tony Jordan – Cagayan De Oro: My new number:

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Prosperidad AgSur holds Pantawid Pamilya, SLP Day Agusa n d e l S u r- - A signif icant amount of Php100,000.00 was provided by the local government unit (LGU) of the municipality of Prosperidad in the province to fund the Pantawid Pamilya and Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) Day held on September 26, 2015 at the municipal grounds. Attended by around 5,000 partner-beneficiaries in the locale, the activity aims to celebrate the extraordinary efforts for the improvement of well-being and positive changes in the lives of these people. The event was conducted with the theme “Pagtambayayong ug panaghiusa alang sa malahutayong programa sa kalambuan ngadto sa katawhan (Cooperation and unity towards sustainable programs for the develop-

ment of the people)”. Municipal mayor Albin Magdamit shared that this activity will be celebrated annually in line with the fiesta celebration. According to him, it is the LGU’s way of commending the efforts of the partner-beneficiaries and encouraging them to maintain the kind of motivation. “The MLGU of Prosperidad agreed to hold this event annually in consonance with the town fiesta,” said Magdamit. “We are all feeling happy and fulfilled to bring another fun-filled family experience to our partner-beneficiaries and SLP program participants,” says Janine Bautista, SLP - Project Development Officer III based in Prosperidad. Bautista also shared that it will also be a good venue

for the beneficiaries to meet, interact, and learn from one another. A parade served as the start of the event and followed by an opening program. The highlight of the opening program is the search for Mr. Papalicious where tatay (father) Panta-

wid Pamilya partner-beneficiaries showcased their talents. Also part of the event was the conduct of Kasalan ng Bayan for the 71 Pantawid Pamilya couples. Fun games, dance, and table setting among the beneficiaries also made the activity more festive and enjoyable. awarding for the Best SEA- C.JUMAWAN/Social Mar The event culminat- K Association Project. keting Unit/DSWD Field ed with a raffle draw and ###(MARY CARMELLE Office Caraga)

COWD employees and volunteers from the national line agencies representatives, academe and private sector join the simultaneous coastal clean-up held recently along the Macajalar Bay. The synchronized coastal cleanup was organized by the Macajalar Bay Development Alliance (MBDA) and Xavier University McKeough Marine Center (XU-MMC) as part of the International Coastal Cleanup Day. Data generated from the cleaners’ marine debris recording of all accumulated items will be used to monitor and evaluate the garbage in the coastal areas. (COWD)

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Asian berth to qualify for the 31st Summer Olympic Games hosted by Brazil in Rio de Janeiro, August next year. Despite this setback, however, Coloma still believes Gilas Pilipinas will be able to recover and play better in the 2016 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament to earn a coveted spot in the Summer Games. “Nananalig tayo na sila ay makakapaglakas at makakapagsanay para matamo na ang pagbabalik ng Pilipinas sa 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games,” Coloma told state-run Radyo ng Bayan in an interview. “Kaya, muli, nakikiisa tayo sa pagsigaw ng ating mga mamamayan ng ‘Gilas Pilipinas, PUSO!’” added the Palace official, echoing the national team’s mantra. Coloma said he is proud of Gilas Pilipinas’ performance in the recently concluded FIBA Asia Championship, as the players never backed down in every game even when the odds were against them. “Hindi sila nagpatinag at nagpasindak at nakipagsabayan (sila) sa kanilang mga katunggali sa lahat ng aspekto ng laro,” the Palace official said, adding our players gained the respect of many basketball enthusiasts as a result. “Ipinakita nila ang natatanging uri ng paglalaro ng mga Pilipino na magiting, marubdob, at puno ng puso na siyang dahilan upang umani ng paghanga at respeto mula sa mga pinakamagagaling na koponan sa Asya,” he said. (PNA)

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him from the guns of the Bagani. “They told me that these men belong to the group called Bagani, that they come from outside the area, and that their intention was to harm me, specifically by throwing hand grenades at me while I am passing by. This information was not new to me. In fact, I heard it the day before,” Fr. Pops wrote in 2003. Fr. Pops spent 32 years among the lumads. Meanwhile, Senior Deputy Minority Leader Rep. Neri Colmenares also condemned the effects of such closure to lumad children. “In the closure of these lumad schools, it is the children who suffer most. The right to education of the indigenous peoples, especially in Mindanao, have long been neglected by the government; it is one of the causes of their marginalized condition until now,” Colmenares said. “Education is a right. It is laudable that lumad advocates have put up these schools on their own, despite risks and hardships, while the government keeps on cutting corners on the education budget.

It is condemnable that the military is determined to keep the lumad children out of school,” he added. Barangay While Culaman is also the site of a raid conducted last August 27 by the military and the police where at least 13 lumad and peasants, including a mother and his 12-year old son, were summarily arrested. All 13 have since been released from jail after the Regional Trial Court in Bukidnon dropped the charges against them for lack of merit. The two Bayan Muna solons said the continued vilification and red-baiting of the school run by the Mindanao Interfaith Services Foundation, Inc. (MISFI) poses danger to the teachers, students, and other residents. “It is a grave cause of concern that the village chief himself echoes the military’s line. It is dangerous for the students, teachers, and the supporters of this school. We don’t want another Lianga Massacre to happen,” Zarate said, referring to the September 1 massacre of Emerito Samarca, 54, Executive Director of the Alternative Learning Center for Agriculture and Livelihood Development (Alcadev); Dionel Campos, chair of the Malahutayong Pakigbisog Alang sa Sumusunod (MAPASU), a Lumad organization protesting mining operations, land conversions and plantations; and Campos’ cousin, Bello Sinzo. “The closure of Fr. Pops’ school is emblematic of how the state of impunity in Mindanao is heightened more than ever. Four years after his death, his legacy of improving the lives of the lumad people is still under attack,” Zarate added. Meanwhile, Colmenares reiterated his call during the budget deliberations for education officials to be pro-active in protecting the existence of lumad schools. “We call on the Department of Education to enact measures to protect the lumad students and their teachers. It is their mandate to educate lumad people and support efforts for their education,” Rep. Colmenares said. “The military and their misguided minions should cease the red-baiting of lumad schools. The accusations of the military of individuals, organizations, and schools of having links with the NPA are the culprit in the spate of lumad killings in Mindanao,” he said.

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in Germany so far, and thanked the volunteers and government employees helping them to integrate. He also stressed that Germany’s values were “not negotiable,” condemning anti-Semitism and discrimination against women and homosexuals. “Tolerance for intolerance is not acceptable,” he said. The main architects

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of German unity, former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl and former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, have said they cannot attend the celebrations for health reasons. Understandable. Anyway, it’s an honor and a privilege for me to be invited by the German Embassy Manila for all these festivities during the next days. +++ Email: doringklaus@ or follow me on Facebook or Twitter or

Pelone... from page A4

Meaning, can either be “true” or, “false.” But the reality is, public high school in this country is still not free. Libre sa inyong mga mata. This is why my good friend, a retired soldier of the Armed Forces and former editor of Gold Star Daily Mr. Ben Villota defines the acronym “PTCA” as “Pirmi Tatay Cuot Amot.” A voucher program for junior high school completers and ESC beneficiaries? Tell it to the marines! How can the education department assured the parents that such program can be realized when it has failed to remove all unnecessary donations in public schools. The third paragraph says it all. SHS is indeed an added burden for parents and students. According to the DepEd that those students who completed the junior high school (JHS) have to complete the two-year SHS before they can be considered graduate in high school. In two years, that student is supposedly graduate of technical and vocational courses (Tech-voc) offered by Tesda-accredited schools––and worked abroad. To graduate under the K+12 basic education program is not an assurance to immediately get a bluecollar, and even white-collar jobs given the many educational barriers. Here’s a fiction: One day, a teacher asked Pedro to spell the word “P-L-A-N-ET.” Pedro spelled it correctly, so the teacher gave him a “very good” grades. Here comes Juan, who is busy using his mobile phone, was called by the teacher to spell the word “G-R-E-E-N.” Juan stood up and replied: “Ma’am, why is Pedro getting very simple questions.” True, indeed. Juan was given the difficult question as the teacher could mean “grain,” “grin” or, could be the color “green.” The correct answer really relies on how the teacher pronounced the question. Whew! ••• And for the parents who are still confused when the K+12 started in this country, here what the DepEd website says:

Tuna canneries get poor scores from page A8

“With our overfished seas, it is necessary that we rank our tuna canneries because they have an important role to play in reversing the decline of our tuna stocks,” said Vince Cinches, Oceans Campaigner for Greenpeace Philippines. “Based on the survey results, almost all of our local canneries are not transparent or do not disclose basic but highly valuable information regarding where they source their tuna and how.” Canneries were sent a survey by Greenpeace last June and were ranked according to questions on traceability, sustainability and equity. The respondents were then ranked along a good/fair/ poor metric. Barely passing and landing first place is Century Canning Corporation, the only company which received a Fair rating. The remaining eight canneries from the Philippines received poor ratings. The canner y ranking came a year after Greenpeace exposed the rampant catching and trading of juvenile “baby” yellowfin and bigeye tuna at the General Santos fishport. These juvenile tuna were found to be less the average size of one meter in length and below the weight limit of 500g set by the Fisheries Administrative Order. Environmentalists and scientists say the continued catching of juvenile tuna contributes to the decline of stocks, not just in the Philippines but globally. Greenpeace believed that the lack of traceability and transparency measures by canneries is a strong indication that companies are using juvenile tuna in their supply chain. In 2013, the total international production of tuna reached 7,318,381 tons. Asia produced more than half at 4,769,508 tons. Thirty-nine percent of Asia’s production came from Indonesian and the Philippine fleets at 1,298,091 tons and 556,843 tons, respectively. Indonesia, Philippines, and Thailand are the major producers and exporters of canned tuna. In 2013, world canned tuna exports reached a staggering value at over USD $8.1 billion. Thailand is No. 1 with 32.63% share of the market, Philippines is No. 4 with a 6.88% share, and Indonesia has a 4.62% market share. Greenpeace noted a lack of traceability and transparency in the tuna supply chain

• SY (School Year) 20112012: Universal Kindergarten implementation begins • SY 2012-2013: Enhanced curriculum for Grades 1-7 implemented • 2013: K to 12 enacted into Law • 2014: Curriculum for Grades 11-12 finished

across the region. It is important that market players, along with the seafood and tuna industry, strengthen traceability measures— even set fair labor standards— by developing publiclyavailable sourcing policies which should be strictly implemented. To help drive improvements to the traceability of canned tuna, canneries must ensure that: No tuna enters the cannery unless it has strong traceability back to the vessel and point of capture. There are good processes in place to separate tuna by supplier, species, and fishing method, with a low risk of mixing. All tuna that leaves the factory is properly labelled with the minimum of the full species name (common and scientific), stock, catch method, date of catch and cannery name. Other traceability information must be available to 3rd party EXTRA-JUDICIAL PARTITION/ SETTLEMENT OF THE ESTATE OF THE LATE AGATON V. LADICA Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late AGATON V. LADICA, who died longtime ago; the said deceased left the following real properties. 1. A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot 1871 located at Centrio, San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 03000009811 with an area 4,395 square meters embraced under TCT/CLOA No. 2617 is the share of CARMELITA L. DAGOC; 2. A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 2027 located at San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin covered under Tax Declaration No. 03000009961 embraced by OCT P-12741 with an area 1,250 square meters is the share of MYRNA L. CHIONG (deceased) represented by ERNESTO T. CHIONG; A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 2026 located at San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 03000009965 embraced under OCT/TCT No. P-12738 is the share of MYRNA L. CHIONG represented by ERNESTO T. CHIONG; 3. A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. PS located at Caisio, San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 03000009787 embraced by OCT/TCT No. P-16228 with an area of 3,226 square meters is the share of PATRICIO C. LADICA; 4. A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. PS located at Caisio, San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 0009788 with an area of 1,827 square meters is the share of LYDIA L. TAGUN; 5. A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 2075 located at Caisio, San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin covered under Tax Declaration No. 03000009902 embrace by OCT/TCT No. P-12740 with an area of 534 square meters is the share of DANILO C. LADICA. A PARCEL OF LAND located at San Miguel Mahinog, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 03000009736 known as Lot No. 4737 with an area of 5,930 square meters is the share of DANILO C. LADICA; 6. A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 1987 located at Caisio, San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 03000009896 embraced by OCT No. P-12739 with an area of 1,508 square meters is the share of ROSE L. DIENTE; A Residential Building constructed under Lot No. 2016 located at San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 0009974 is the share of ROSE L. DIENTE; A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 1971 located at San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin covered under Tax Declaration No. 03000009952 embraced by OCT/TCT No. P-12737 with an area of 1,725 square meters is the share of ROSE L. DIENTE; 7. A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 4740 located at San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 03000009736 with an area of 1,025 square meters is the share of RUEL C. LADICA; 8. A PARCEL OF LAND

auditors. Overall, setting these traceability mechanisms allows the Philippines to further comply with the European Union’s regulations to deter IUU fishing. The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Administrative Circular No. 251 has issued the “Traceability System for Fish and Fishery Product” in 2014--one of the requirements for the lifting of the EU’s yellow card sanction on the Philippines last year. “We now have a stronger Fisheries Code in place and just like other stakeholders, these tuna canneries should help support it by being compliant and transparent in their business practices,” added Cinches. “They should be open to third-party audits, aside from those conducted by the government. Filipino consumers can also assess and demand that these tuna brands change their ways--to fish more responsibly and sustainably.” known as Lot No. 1975 located at Bioong, San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 03000009957 embraced by OCT/ TCT No. P-9471 with an area of 5,518 square meters is the share of DONA L. RAMOSO; 9. A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 1885 located at San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 0009835 embraced by OCT/TCT No. P-7481 with an area of 2,645 square meters is the share of IMELDA L. SOMUBAY; 10. A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 4742 located at San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 03000009736 with an area of 6,839 square meters is the share of RICO C. LADICA; A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 2165 (inside TL) located at San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 0703520 with an area 35,614 square meters is the share of RICO C. LADICA; 11. A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 4732 located at San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 03000009736 with an area of 13,342 square meters is the share of ALLAN C. LADICA; A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 1841 located at San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 03000009868 embraced by OCT/TCT No. P-12742 with an area of 885 square meters is the share of ALLAN C. LADICA; A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. inside Timber land located at Igutan, San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 0009735 with an area of 6,341 square meters is the share of ALLAN C. LADICA; 12. A PARCEL OF LAND known as Lot No. 2016 located at San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin, covered under Tax Declaration No. 030000099873 embraced by OCT No. P-9470 with an area of 11,888 square meters ARE THE COMMON SHARES of DANILO C. LADICA, ROSE L. DIENTE, RUEL C. LADICA & RICO C. LADICA; are the subject of EXTRA-JUDICIAL PARTITION/SETTLEMENT OF THE ESTATE OF THE LATE AGATON V. LADICA, made and entered namely; CARMELITA L. DAGOC, married to Guillermo C. Dagoc (deceased), MYRNA L. CHIONG (deceased) represented by ERNESTO T. CHIONG, PATRICIO C. LADICA, married to Ma. Fe N. Ladica, LYDIA L. TAGUN married to Alejandro C. Tagun, DANILO C. LADICA married to Delia Ladica, ROSE L. DIENTE, married to Renie S. Diente, RUEL C. LADICA married to Maricel J. Ladica, DONA L. RAMOSO married to Cerilo D. Ramoso, IMELDA L. SOMUBAY married to Rony B. Somubay, RICO C. LADICA married to Nora M. Ladica, & ALLAN C. LADICA married to Luz D. Ladica all of legal ages, Filipinos, all married and all residents San Miguel, Mahinog, Camiguin, Province; that the above-mentioned parties are the legitimate children. As per Doc. No. 10; Page No. 2; Book No. 56; Series of 2015; under Notary public of ATTY. ANIANO S. PADERANGA. MDN: OCT. 6, 13 & 20, 2015

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