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COTABATO City--Using an improvised hack saw and a liquid solution soaked in soap, five inmates managed to bolt the Maguindanao provincial jail by sawing off the steel grill during a heavy downpour Tuesday midnight. See full story, page A5

Natumulan in Tagoloan is recipient of DoH Masigasig award and BFP recognition By Ercel Maandig Correspondent

Natumulan, Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental -- Recognize as among the Barangays in the Province who has more achievement,the

village of Natumulan got 2 Recognition Award from the National Government Agencies for their contribution in good governance in the field of Health and See recipient, page A11

By MARK FRANCISCO Staffmember

THE Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (Tieza) which both oversees investments in tourism zones and at the same time an income generating entity as a government owned and controlled corporation (GOCC) is pouring a considerable volume of projects in Northern Mindanao. Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (Tieza) chief operating officer whips up a caldereta dish during his visit at Cogon, the largest public market in North- During his three-day ern Mindanao, located in Cagayan de Oro City last Thursday. On Friday, Mark Lapid visit in Region 10 starting last Thursday, Tieza chief will grace the Ostrich Festival at nearby Opol town in Misamis Oriental. photo by gerry lee gorit

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Sons,just 3 kilometers away from the town proper,these product was endorsed by the Sangguniang Panglungsod of this town as their One Town,One Product(OTOP) which will soon accredited by the Department of Trade and Industry(DTI)in Re-

gion 10. And since they promote Ostrich as their OTOP,the local government of this town through the leadership of Mayor Max Seno decided to make a Festival themed by Ostrich that

Ostrich Festival of Opol, kicks off today By Ercel Maandig Correspondent

Opol, Misamis Oriental -- Known for its fine beaches,this town is also rich in tourism destination were you can’t find it in other places in any part of the country.Were talking about

almost a thousand of Ostrich Chicken found in this Agriculture rich municipality. The Philippine Ostrich and Crocodile Farm in the village of Malanang here is the home of over 700 heads of Ostrich owned by a private corporation LimKetKai and

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business plan competition with a grand prize of P 500,000 is now open to seafarers nationwide, organized by the National Reintegration Center for Overseas Filipino Workers (NRCO), an attached agency of the Department of Labor and Employment. Labor Attache II lawyer Jalilo dela Torre said the 2015 NRCO-ISP Business Plan Competition is held because of the importance

of the seafaring community to the nation’s economy, hence, the need to encourage them to start their own business. “We would like to recognize their dedication and their sacrifices to the economy by launching this initiative to encourage entrepreneurship among our seafarers,” he said during a press briefing for the contest held at the Sugar Workers Development Center here. The competition is open

to all active seafarers who are at least 25 years old, as well as to inactive seafarers who have been retired for at most 5 years. Those who wish to join must submit their business plan, which includes their type of business, preferably in agriculture. Application forms are available at NRCO’s website at www.nrco.dole.gov.ph. Participants can join as an individual entry, by pair or by group of at least 3 seafarers. The deadline of entries

is on September 30 and the winners will be announced on December 4. The business should be startup, which means the NRCO will not allow an existing business as an entry, according to dela Torre. The grand prize will be P 500, 000, while four participants will be awarded with a cash prize of 50, 000 each. Five participants will

also be given a consolation prize worth P 10, 000 each. The competition is coorganized and co-sponsored by the Integrated Seafarers of the Philippines, a volunteer organization of seafarers in the country. Dela Torre said mentoring and counseling will also be done for entries that are in need of improvement. “After submission, if we determine that the en-

try still requires a lot of elaboration, we will have a one-month period where they will enjoy the services of mentoring or counseling from recognized business experts who will assist them with the business plan,” he said. Dela Torre said that there are 400, 000 Filipinos seafarers out of the 1 million worldwide. (JSC/CBA-PIA6 Negros Occ.)

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Others call it the misery of the Mezzogiorno. It’s more then painful. Recent figures confirm that southern Italy is massively underdeveloped economically - and this also has an impact on its political culture. The reasons for the misery have long been known, but are difficult to overcome. Illegal waste dump in Naples is just one of many more problems right now. The announcement was likely to arouse great expectations. “The cities of Sicily as a driving force for regional development” was the title of the conference at the Teatro Pirandello in Agrigento on the southern coast of the island. It began at 4:00 p.m. - and was already over by dinner. The future of southern Italy was evidently a project so straightforward and manageable that it could be dealt with in two or three hours. What a shame! Italian journalist Luigi Offeddu recently took a closer look at this March

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2010 conference in the newspaper “Corriere della Sera.” He examined the organizational structure of the event, especially its financing. He reported that the meeting had been subsidized to the tune of 23,000 EURO. Of this, the regional authority contributed nearly 3,500 EURO. Around 8,000 EURO came from the Italian government. And the rest, around 11,500 EURO, was provided by Brussels. Even modest results can be expensive, he wrote dryly. This anecdote sheds light

on a question again currently being hotly debated in Italy: Why is there simply no progress when it comes to the southern part of the country? The discussion was reignited a few days ago by a new report issued by Svimez, an organization to promote the Mezzogiorno, the Italian south. It looked closely at the economic situation of the region between Naples and Palermo. “The Greece of Italy” is how the newspaper “Il Fatto Quotidiano” described the Mezzogiorno. The growth rate was even more glum when compared to panEuropean figures: The economy of the EU as a whole grew by almost 54 percent during that time. Yes, we all most face it: The south is dying out. Journalists Gian Antonio Stella and Sergio Rizzo examined the south’s desperation in a book that became a bestseller in Italy. Its title: “Se il Sud muore” “If the South Is Dying.” They write about widespread despondency and apathy. The once-creative region, which

gave the world great artists, writers and scientists, has lost all its energy. The Italian south suffers especially hard from this lack of oversight, as it leads it to a failure to develop a culture of business and entrepreneurial activity. How could that change, the newspaper “Corrriere del Mezzogiorno” asks. And it gives an answer that itself seems utopian: It needs a new party. But a party that thinks about future generations and not the upcoming elections. What’s that got to do with us here in the Philippines? A lot. Italy faces the biggest problems and challenges with refugees in whole Europe. The Italian and European economy is affected. The global too ... ! +++ Email: doringklaus@ gmail.com or follow me in Facebook or Twitter or visit www.germanexpatinthephilippines.blogspot.com or www.klausdoringsclassicalmusic.blogspot.com.

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Those advocating for Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Mar--------------------------------------------------------------------------cos Jr. to consider seeking EDITORIAL either the presidency or the vice presidency in next ALLAN M. MEDIANTE year’s election are saying Editor-in-Chief he should not be made to ruel pelone CRIS DIAZ answer for his father’s sins Managing Editor Executive Editor or wrongdoings. CHENG ORDOÑEZ URIEL C. QUILINGUING This is a wrong premise Associate Editor Contributing Editor for such advocacy because it is an admission that the MARK FRANCISCO Arjay Felicilda father indeed sinned against Lifestyle Editor Assistant Editor the Filipino people. The GILBERT Y. CHAO gerry lee gorit premise just weakened any Motoring Editor Photo Journalist possibility of the young Marcos seeking a higher felix santillan ROEL CATOTO office next year. EDSEL BANTOL Provincial Editor-Surigao Layout Artists But this premise is good PAT SAMONTE because it admits that the irene dayo CHRIS PANGANIBAN father wronged the people Reporter-NorthMin Regional Editors-Caraga he swore before God and his countrymen he will serve JOE PALABAO MARLON GAYOG Rene Michael BaÑos Regional Editor-Davao with utmost fidelity. Regional Editors-Northmin While there are those among us who have reAL JACINTO JOE FELICILDA mained loyal to the elder Regional Editor-WestMin Editorial Consultant Marcos and his family even ATTY. MARIO T. JUNI up to this time and who NOTARY PUBLIC- JUNI LAW OFFICE continue to believe he did CELL NO: 09352379999/ (088) 8573595 not commit any wrongdoing CRUZ TAAL ST., CAG. DE ORO CITY during his reign of terror Legal Counsel in our country, succeeding --------------------------------------------------------------bureau and mktg staff events prove these loyalists candy macabale - 09161326483 wrong. RIZA O. ARES - 0915-9753277/0920-9600223 Why are there thousands MISOR - LOLONG NABONG - 0906-875-8650 GINGOOG CITY-MANNY ANSIHAGAN-0936-287-7788 of our compatriots now North Buk. - DAHLIA S. BENEMERITO-0936-303-0410 who are about to receive VALENCIA CITY - PHILIP PHIL CALUMBA-0905-652-5407 KIBAWE, BUKIDNON - ROSEMARY GENON compensation for the torture MARAMAG - TITA FINA CUALES - 0926-336-1585 and inhuman treatment they Iligan City - JEFFREY OPONDA-0936-1174378 tubod - louie bukod-0948-1323348 received from the Marcos bobby mag usara-tangub city dictatorship if the late dictaOROQUIETA CITY - PJ TREMEDAL-0919-3452375 tor did not sin against them ARMM - Sony Sudaria-0947-4810371 Marketing and Sales Manager

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and God? Remember that this compensation for these human rights violations victims was ordered by a foreign court after due hearings on the merits of the complaint filed by these victims. The foreign court had found guilty the elder Marcos for the crimes he was accused of having committed against his very own people. So there is no debate now in this regard. And where did the compensation come from? It came from the bank accounts of Marcos containing millions of US dollars that the Swiss government surrendered to the Philippine government for being ill-gotten. If a foreign government surrenders a huge amount to our government because it is ill-gotten, does this move not telling us that Marcos indeed plundered the public coffers? Now we have clearly established beyond doubt that the elder Marcos indeed sinned against us Filipinos and plundered the government coffers in wild abandon. The question is should the young Marcos be made answerable for this violations of the people’s rights and the plunder of the government coffers by his father?

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But before we proceed any further, do not forget also that aside from what the Swiss government surrendered to our government, the late dictator’s cronies likewise surrendered millions of pesos to the government representing what they said the proceeds of Marcos’ plunder of the government coffers. And there are several cases pending before local and foreign courts aimed at recovering the billions of pesos and US dollars the Philippine government says rightfully belong to the Philippine state stashed by Marcos during his reign of terror. Did the young Marcos impugn his father and mother for what they did to the country when he reached the age of majority? Did he not

partake of what had been plundered by his parents as alleged by the government? In this regard, I would say the young Marcos is as guilty as his father. The young Marcos could be likened to the daughter of Janet Lim Napoles who enjoyed to the hilt her lifestyle in the US bankrolled by the proceeds of her mother’s plunder of the government coffers in cahoots with elected senators and congressmen at that. There is a passage in the bible where children are pictured as fighting against their parents when they know the truth about God’s will. Indeed this is very possible when children oppose the sins and wrongdoings of their parents based on their belief in the teachings of God. But in the case of the young Marcos, he did not recognize the will of God, the teachings of Jesus. Instead he partook and continues to partake of the proceeds of the plunder his father did on the coffers of the Philippine government. In this regard, he is as guilty as the father thus making him ineligible to seek higher office or even any other public office. He and the rest of the MarSee bacon, page A11

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Measuring Life

Then he said to them, “Watch out! Be on your guard against all kinds of greed; a man’s life does not consist in the abundance of his possessions.” -Luke 12:15

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when we apply it to our own selves. When you feel an impulsive thought to take advantage of a situation for your gain, take a moment. Think through your actions thoroughly and look at who loses with your gain. Greed is so difficult to identify in Will your action bring you closer to ourselves, yet so easy to call out in God or further away from dependothers. This verse is most powerful ing on Him?


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‘Selda Otso’ inmates bolt Maguindanao jail Bukidnon • Camiguin • Lanao del Norte • Lanao del Sur • Misamis Occidental • Misamis Oriental

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COTABATO City--Using an improvised hack saw and a liquid solution soaked in soap, five inmates managed to bolt the Maguindanao provincial jail by sawing off the steel grill during a heavy downpour Tuesday midnight. Jail Warden Macapagal Blao said his roving guard immediately fired a warning shot upon seeing an inmate jumping from the wall past the barbed wires. “They took advantage of the heavy rain knowing the commotion would not be easily monitored,” Blao said. He identified jailbreakers as Urak Makalay and Aquino Mento, both facing robbery charges; Tampakan Ankilino (rape); Fahad Sangki (theft); and Faisal Macarimbang (robbery). But Macarimbang was reportedly arrested again yesterday, hiding in the

company of his old buddies in Barangay Poblacion Dos in this city. The barangay chairman has turned over Macarimbang back to the jail. T he e s c ap e e s , Bl a o said, were from Selda Otso which has 23 male inmates inside. Blao said before he assumed office, the steel blade’s other half was earlier surrendered to penal management as a show of sincerity by the prisoners. But jail guards didn’t realize the other half of the foot-long blade was hidden somewhere, and was finally used at the

right moment last night. “We found out they had been planning this for a long time,” Blao stressed. Blao assured that Datukan Samad alias Commander Lastikman, who is facing a string of criminal cases, was not among those who bolted the jail facility. He appealed to the relatives of the escapees to help in bringing them back to jail “for their own safety.” The provincial government of Maguindanao is working for the transfer of the provincial jail to Buluan town after a loan was granted for the construction of a P50-million worth state-of-the-art penal rehabilitation facility. The province recognizes the risk of the presence of the jail, which has high profile inmates, right in the middle of the densely populated Cotabato City.

SELDA OTSO. A jail official points at the missing iron grill of Cell No. 8 sawed off by inmates who escaped during a heavy rain late Tuesday night (25 August 2015). Five inmates were able to escape from the Maguindanao Provincial Jail in Cotabato City, but one was captured the next day. INSET: The improvised hack saw used by the inmates. MindaNews photo by Ferdinandh Cabrera


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DAVAO CITY -- Various groups nationwide will h e l d a “Ru n D u t e r t e” caravan, one of w hich

will be held at Rizal Park, here, to day (August 28, 2015), with a candle-lighting ceremo-

ny, which the organizers aimed to convince Davao City Mayor Rod r i g o D ut e r t e t o j oi n the race for presidenc y in the next year’s polls. According to one of t he org an i z e rs , t he event also aims to show Duter te that he is enj oy i ng st rong supp or t in his presidential bid. Duterte has a strong

chance of winning the presidential derby as he ranked third in the P u ls e As i a and S o c i a l Weather Station surveys. Hi s s u p p o r t e r s b e lieve that with the current problems on criminality, drug trafficking, insurgenc y, corruption and poverty in the countr y, he is the right man for the presidenc y.

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TESDA to mark 21st anniv celebration in Caraga TANDAG CITY, Surigao del Sur – The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) here is set to join the 21st Anniversary Celebration activities to be spearheaded by its Caraga Regional Office under Regional Director Florencio Sunico, Jr. on August 28, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. to be held at Almond Inland Resort in Butuan City. According to Rey Cueva,

TESDA provincial director here, “One of the highlights of the activity shall be the giving of recognition to the TESDA’s partners of their contributions to technical education and skills development.” However, the program of invitation is yet to be sent out along with the official list of awardees, said Nancy De Guzman, administrative officer V of TESDA in the province.

Meantime, TESDA here has continued to carry out its mandate under the vision of “leading partner in the development of Filipino workforce with world-class competence and positive work values” and mission to provide “direction, policies, programs, and standards towards quality technical education and skill development.” Also, TESDA Provincial Office here was among the top

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Careers (YP4SC) in the entire province; 13,863 trained in various skills/qualifications; 13,143 have graduated in various skills/qualifications; and 3,869 are now currently DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF THE ESTATE OF THE LATE BALTAZAR Y. BALDONADO WITH ABSOLUTE SALE

Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late BALTAZAR Y. BALDONADO, of legal age, Filipino Citizen and a resident of Gran Europa, Lumbia, Cagayan de Oro City at the time of his death, died intestate on January 3, 2014, leaving Two (2) parcels of land, covered by Transfer Certificate of Title Nos. 137-2014000694 and 137-2014000693, respectively, of the Registered of Deeds for Cagayan de Oro City, all located in Corrales Avenue, 1st Street, Nazareth, Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines; and more particularly described as follows: 1. A parcel of land (Lot: 16-C-2-B, PSD-10-067234) being a portion of Lot: 16-C-2, PSD-10-056964 situated at Poblacion, Cagayan de Oro. Containing an area of One Hundred Thirty (130) Square Meters, more or less, covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No. 137-2014000694. 2. A parcel of land (Lot: 16-C-2-A, PSD-10-067234), being a portion of Lot: 16-C-2, PSD-10056964 situated at Poblacion, Cagayan de Oro. Containing an area of Twenty Eight (28) Square Meters, more or less, covered by Transfer Certificate of Title No. 137-2014000693, are the subject of DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL

employed here and abroad, making special mention of Director Cueva. (NGBT/ Greg Tataro Jr., Radyo ng Bayan-Tandag/PIA-Surigao del Sur) SETTLEMENT OF THE ESTATE OF THE LATE BALTAZAR Y. BALDONADO WITH ABSOLUTE SALE, made and executed by and between: NOLITA E. BALDONADO, of legal age, widow, Filipino citizen and SOLITO E. BALDONADO, of legal age, single, Filipino citizen, both residents of 6-B Corrales, 1st Street, Nazareth, Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines, hereinafter referred to as “HEIRS-VENDOR”; who are all of legal age, are the sole and only heirs of the decedent they being the surviving spouse and legitimate child, and SPOUSES DEXTER N. BARAZON and ADELORIE C. BARAZON, both of legal age, married, Filipino citizens and residents of District 6, Balacanas, Consolacion, Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines, hereinafter referred to as “VENDEE.” That for and in consideration of the sum of ONE MILLION TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS (Php 1,200,000.00), Philippine Currency, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledge in full by the HEIRS-VENDOR from the VENDEE, the HEIRS-VENDOR do hereby SELL, TRANSFER, CONVEY, and DELIVER, by way of ABSOLUTE SALE, unto said VENDEE the above described 2 parcels of land. Under Notary Public of ATTY. RAMIL G. CARREON, as per Doc. No. 187; Page No. 38; Book No. XXXVIII; Series of 2014. MDN: AUGUST 14, 21 & 28, 2015


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RACHEL (not her real name), 26, thought that having inverted nipples would make breastfeeding impossible. When she gave birth to her first newborn, she did not get any medical advice about breastfeeding from health professionals and so, she gave her son infant formula milk. Rachel spends P4,000 (US$86) a month for infant formula. Her son Matthew, now 10 months old, has been hospitalized three times for various illnesses. Rachel is just one of the thousands of Filipino mothers who are burdened with the consequences of feeding their children with formula milk. A 2009 study by the International Lactation Con-

sultant Association among infants younger than six months in Manila showed that formula-feeding was associated with increased odds of hospitalization for any infectious cause, pneumonia, and diarrhea compared to exclusively breastfed infants. According to the 2013 National Nutrition Survey, only 28 percent of Filipino infants are exclusively breastfed up to six months. The Depar tment of Health (DOH) revealed that such low breastfeeding practice in the country contributes to 800,000 infant deaths worldwide. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 16,000 number of child deaths in the Philippines per year can be traced to formula feeding.

According to Unicef, babies who are formula-fed are also more vulnerable to asthma, allergies, childhood cancers, Type 1 diabetes during childhood and later in life, cardiovascular disease, obesity, gastrointestinal infections and ear infections. Citing various studies, Unicef said formula feeding also retards children’s cognitive ability and educational achievement. Seven infant formula brands have been withdrawn from the market and classified as potentially life threatening by the United States Food and Drug Administration. Between 1982 and 1994, the US FDA recalled 22 infant formula products due to either deficient or excessive amounts of certain nutrients. See heaLth, page A11


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Happy Fiesta St. Augustine! Greetings from:

Hon. Leon D. M. Gan Jr. City Councilor, 2nd District, Cagayan de Oro

Happy Fiesta to all!

Happy Fiesta to all Cagayanons!

VIVA SEテ前R SAN AGUSTIN...

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Hon. President Elipe City Councilor 2nd District, Cagayan de Oro

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Hon. Enan Manok Emano Provincial Board Member, 2nd District, Misamis Oriental

Honorable Emmanuel Mugot

Provincial Board Member, 2nd District, Misamis Oriental

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Give your soul to God S pecial G ospel of th e day ( A u gust28, 2015-Friday) Luke 11:37- when the Pharisee saw [it], he marveled that he had not first washed before dinner. And the Lord said unto him, now do ye Pharisees make clean the outside of the cup and the platter; but your inward part is full of raven-

Bacon... from page A4

family should even be barred perpetually from seeking any public office for what they have done to the country. Electing them or even appointing them to any public office means rewarding them with what they have done in the past and at present. Because of these facts, the members of the Marcos family should never be given the chance to seek any public office much more be voted to any public office. Could you recall of any instance where they apologized for the systematic plunder they did during the dark years of Martial Rule and thus voluntarily return the proceeds of such plunder? Never did they apologize and now here are some of our misguided countrymen egging the young Marcos to seek a higher office. My answer to this call? Never again, please. (Reactions at jelbacon@yahoo. com or at jelbaconii@gmail.com. Read me also at www.raconteurme. blogspot.com)

Health... from page A8

In 2006, Wyeth destroyed batches of its infant formula milk that had rust on the cans. Aggressive marketing Nona D. Andaya-Castillo, one of the International Board Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLC) in the Philippines, identified the failure of the Philippine government to protect breastfeeding as one of the factors that resulted in low breastfeeding practice among Filipinos. For one, the aggressive marketing of infant formula milk has been unregulated despite the supposed legal regulations on the marketing of formula milk. In the first half of 2006, more than $100 million was spent on the advertising of infant formula milk, according to a report from AC Nielsen. Filipino mothers exposed to infant formula milk ads are 6.4 times more likely to stop breastfeeding babies within one year of age, a 2011 study published by the Social Science and Medicine Journal revealed. A similar study in 2009 stated that ‘voracious global marketing by the formula-milk industry over the past 60 years has …dislodged breastfeeding as a viable and desirable strategy for infant feeding.’ Globally, annual sales of breast milk substitutes exceed $31 billion. Even families with young children living on less than $2 dollar per day purchased formula milk, according to a 2003 study published in the Journal of Human Lactation. Poor implementation of laws Executive Order 51, also known as the Milk Code, regulates the marketing and advertising of infant formula milk. The Milk Code explicitly requires the labeling of infant formula products with the following messages in English and Filipino : 1. Breastmilk is best for babies up to two years of age and beyond; 2. Important Notice: There is no substitute for breast milk; and, 3. This product may contain pathogenic microorganisms and

ing and wickedness. [Ye] fools, did not he that made that which is without make that which is within also? But rather give alms of such things as ye have; and, behold, all things are clean unto you: This gospel tells us the truth of our daily focus in our lives. We are very much concerned of our physical cleansmust be prepared and used appropriately. Milk Code also states that the information display panel of infant formula should also include the messages “The use of infant formula/milk supplements must only be upon the advice of a health professional,” and “The unnecessary and improper use of this product may be dangerous to your child’s health.” Andaya-Castillo noted that since 2010, such messages have disappeared from the advertisements of infant formula milk. Her group Breastfeeding Philippines has initiated an online petition https://www.change.org/p/president-benigno-s-aquino-iii-department-of-health-secretary-janetteloreto-garin-please-bring-backbreastfeeding-messages-to-allnon-human-milk-advertisements to bring back the messages to all non-human milk advertisements and to regulate the marketing of so-called milk supplements for 0-3 years old children. Andaya-Castillo also questioned the partnership between the Food & Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI) of the Department of Science and Technology and Nestle Philippines. Nestle, a company that manufactures infant formula milk and other food products intended for babies, has embarked on a campaign called United for Healthier Kids. The FNRI is part of the “advocacy.” “Instead of prohibiting the consumption of infant formula milk, the Aquino administration has partnered with a company that targets Filipino children,” Andaya-Castillo said. The breastfeeding advocate added the DOH is not fully implementing the Milk Code and Republic Act 10028 or Expanded Breastfeeding Promotion Act. RA 10028 provides for the establishment of lactation stations in establishments and institutions. The law also states that nursing employees are entitled to break intervals in addition to the regular time-off for meals to breastfeed or express milk. In a statement released last week, Health Secretary Janette Garin said that non-compliance to lactation breaks, and unavailability of lactation stations in workplaces are among the factors that hamper continuous breastfeeding. Andaya-Castillo said that while the DOH promotes breastfeeding, there should also be protection and support for Filipino mothers. In a related development, Gabriela Women’s Party Rep. Luzviminda Ilagan and Emmi de Jesus filed House Resolution 2194 seeking to investigate the non-implementation of particular provisions of RA 10028. (http:// bulatlat.com)

Recipient... from page A1

Fire Protection.Last July,the village is a recipient of “Masigasig Award” given by the Department of Health for their voluntary Blood Service Support to the National agency’s Program on its vision in securing lives of filipino people specially to its constituents as part of DOH achievement in the vision of RA 7719 known as The National Blood Services Act of 1994-Save Blood for All. “Importane kaayo ang dugo nga ga katay sa atong kaugatan nga atong e donar sa mga nangi-

ing but we neglect the purity of our souls. This was the ground of Jesus why He criticized the Pharisee since they were very strict to their laws. In Matthew 23:27woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye are like unto white sepulchers, which indeed appear beautiful outward, but are within full of dead

[men’s] bones, and of all uncleanness. Look, it is our “habit” to watch ourselves at the mirror to check our physical figure. How about our inner figure? This cannot be detected by looking at the mirror but by reading the Holy Bible. Take note, BIBLE means- Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth. Are you inter-

nahanglan ilabi na sa mga kabus tang kaigsoonan aron ang ilang kinabuhi maluwas”Natumulan Barangay Captain Enan Sabio said in his vernacular.Because of this blood donation service rendered by the village,Tagoloanon is now out of danger when they needed blood to save lives because they have ample stocks in the Blood Bank from the Philippine Red Cross,Sabio added.The award was given last July 31 this year at Pryce Plaza Hotel before Department of Health Regional Director for Northern Mindanao Dr.Aristides Conception Tan. Just On Wednesday this week,Natumulan got another recognition from the Bureau of Fire Protection(BFP) Region 10 in line with the Government Agency’s 24th Anniversary Celebration. The council received a Plaque of Recognition in grateful recognition for the exemplary significant accomplishments relevant to this year’s BFP Theme: “Promoting Public Readiness through Safety Awareness”;thus, contributing to the overall attainment of the agency’s vision and mission.As we all know,Natumulan village through the leadership and initiative of its Barangay Executive Domer “Enan”Sabio organized a Volunteer Fire Brigade dubbed as “Kuriakos” to immediately respond untoward incident related to Fire but since they are only a village in a town of a province with minimal income under its Internal Revenue Allotment(IRA),the village chief once became hopeless on how they can move without an equipment,that’s why Sabio decided to purchase a Fire Truck coupled with full battled gear of fire fighting gadgets from his own pocket that nobody from Northern Mindanao leaders patterned the same.Aside from its own Fire Truck,Natumulan also has its own Ambulance also coming from the village chief own pocket. We also knew that only in Natumulan among all Barangays in Northern Mindanao are imposing Minimum Wage to all of its Barangay Staff since they are capable in doing it were the area is an industrial rich village.On September,another Multi Million investment will come in the village to construct a huge structure for a Solar Energy that can generate more jobs to all Tagoloanons.

Million intended for the Farm to Market Road(FMR)Project leading to tourism destination such as the Road Network leading to Barangay Malanang which is the home of these more than 700 Ostrich. According to its Tourism Officer designate Ms.Naomi Cinco that the construction of the said project was now started already but they still need another Php20 Million of funding to complete the whole phase since the cost of road per kilometer is Php10 Million with the distance of the Philippine Ostrich Farm at 3 kilometers,but Seno reiterated that Cong.Uy has made already a commitment to him to find more solutions for the completion of the project before the campaign period of 2016 National Synchronized election will start. Today,an array of Ostrich inspired costume accustomed with an indigenous street dancing moves will display at the main thoroughfare of the town that has 8 contingents;5 from the Elementary category and 3 from the secondary category.Aside from the Streetdancing,Ostrich inspired booth will be installed at the venue;at Tabuc Gymnasium wherein the Municipal Government will sell souvenir items which are locally produced.Other activities includes Variety show,Disco,A Night with the Academe,Sectoral night presentation,Miss Gay 2015,Search for Miss Opol 2015 with Swim wear Competition and Talent Competition in different dates,Culinary Competition,Hot Momma,Celebrity Night with an array of local talents,Fluvial Parade and culminates with a Boxing.The 2nd Ostrich Festival will run from August 28 until September 6, 2015.

Festival... from page A1

last year.For this year,the 2nd Weeklong Ostrich Festival will Kick Off today with Tourism Infrastructure and Economic Zone Authority(TIEZA)COO Mark Lapid as their Guest of Honor with Misamis Oriental 2nd Dostrict Congresswoman Juliette Uy. Seno said that this is a once of its kind and unique festival as we also promoting good health since Ostrich has a Cholesterol Free Meat that is good for human body. Opol pioneered the Ostrich Industry in the country and these number of Ostrich that will be found here is the largest in number in the whole country.Because of this,they can now ask from TIEZA and to the Department of Tourism(DoT) a road network infrastructure projects leading to its Tourism destinations.Recently;through the initiative of Cong.Juliette Uy,the Department of Tourism has allocated an initial of Php10

Inspects... from page A1

operating officer Mark Lapid reported that his agency has supervised the facelift of the Lasang forest park in Initao, Misamis Oriental, the construction of so-called tourism information centers in the province as well as in adjacent Maria Cristina Falls in Iligan City. Tieza has likewise finished the construction of two whitewater rafting stations in Cagayan de Oro City and huge projects are in the offing in Misamis Occidental – the creation of an eco-tourism park in Ozamiz City and the facelift of the Cotta Park. Lapid is doing the rounds nationwide in preparation of his exit as Tieza head following his decision to run for senator next year. Along this line, Lapid said he is confident that his successor would continue the projects he has initiated and create more of them. “Whoever will replace me is ready. Parang naka-template na lahat e,” Lapid said. Today, Lapid will grace the Ostrich Festival in barangay Taboc, Opol town in Misamis Oriental. Tomorrow he will grace another festival in Misamis Occidental. Yesterday, he personally cooked two dishes at the food court of Cogon public market in Cagayan de Oro City – pork adobo and calderetang kambing. Elsewhere in Mindanao, Tieza is closely monitoring the facelift of the Lake Sebu cultural village, the conversion of an old terminal in Davao City into a museum and some projects in Siargao Island.

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QUALITIES OF AN INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERS By Roland H. lambo, SP-II Maramag CES, Maramag I Dist. Bukidnon

Heart of the vision and mission of the department of education is the instructional program, which the school administrator plays a vital role and functions namely as, instructional supervisor, coordinator, consultant, group leader and evaluator. As an effective instructional supervisor, knowledge in curriculum and instructional development principles and processes, staff development principles and processes, curriculum content, test construction , teaching strategies, current innovations, types of supervision, supervision and monitoring principles and processes, program and project planning, stress management, communication and reporting is vital. On the other hand , he should have skills in listening, clarifying, encouraging, reflecting, problem solving, negotiating, directing, standardizing and reinforcing . To achieve the total 100% efficacy, instructional manager, above all should acquire the necessary qualities and attitude. He should be a visionary, efficient, patient, and persevere, sensitivity, creativity and innovativeness, respect to herself and

others compassion, openness, accountability and commitment to excellence. Realization on how wide, deep and crucial is the responsibility and accountability of the school administrator were all aspects are equally important and seemed priority in achieving goals and objectives, so specially that school heads are considered as the instructional managers and they are keep in touch at the grassroots level. The core of the leadership and managerial job is the ability to simultaneously keep the domains of supervision at the top priority. Strive to get acquainted and familiar with the accurate data which is the basis in determining what approaches in instructional supervision should the school head would employ in a certain situation. With all the challenges of an instructional leader lies the quality education we could offer to our children. The decision to take the challenge or looking at it as an opportunity to give service to our beloved country lies to the instructional leader itself. And it would be the basis of he’s actions to take in the battle for instructional excellence.

EXTRAJUDICIAL PARTITION WITH SALE

all resident of Gasi, Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental, are the only legal and surviving heirs. That for and in consideration of the sum of TWENTY THOUSAND (P20,000.00) PESOS, in hand paid from CARLITO APUT do hereby cede, convey transfer and sell unto said CARLITO APUT likewise of legal age, Filipino, married and a resident of Gasi, Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental together with his wife Domingo Bongga a portion of the above-described parcel of land together with all its improvements found thereon which is free from any lien and encumbrances whatsoever, known as Lot 12305-A, 3,425 sq.m. Under Notary Public of ATTY. CASIANO A. GAMOTIN, JR.; as Per Doc. No. 10; Page No. 2; Book No. 57; Series of 2015.

Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late Vicente Aput who died at Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental on Oct. 5, 1999 without leaving a will nor known debts, at the time of his death he left a real property described as follows: A parcel of land at Gasi, Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental covered by Tax Declaration No. 022887 Lot No. 12305, with an area of 8,365 square meters more or less, assessed at P7820.00, is the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL PARTITION WITH SALE, made and executed by and between; 1. GAUDIOSA UNSON, of legal age, Filipino, widow; 2. EVA A. BAGAS, of legal age, Filipino, married; 3. ELDO APUT, of legal age, Filipino, married and 4. NITA A. ABANG, of legal age, Filipino, married and

MDN: AUGUST 14, 21, & 28, 2015


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Pueblo de Oro Golf Club official Golf Partner of Primavera Residences Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental (August 24, 2015) -- On August 18, 2015, Primavera recently established partnership with Pueblo de Oro Golf Club as the green condominium development’s official golf partner. Pueblo de Oro Golf is an 18 hole, par-72 championship golf course intricately designed by Architect Robert Trent Jones II International. The golf course was inaugurated on May 5, 1998 by President Fidel Ramos and was heralded as one of the finest in the Philippines with a majestic driving range, clubhouse, and tee houses. Strategically placed sand bunkers and grass add to the variety of challenges in this course.

“Our partnership with Pueblo de Oro Golf Course is just one of the add-ons that we give our tenants. We aspire to always provide them with the best options and deals,” Melissa San Jose, IDC general manager, said. As the first eco-friendly property in Cagayan de Oro, Primavera Residences is a front-runner in promoting and supporting green advocacies and projects in the city. Also committed in sustainable properties, Primavera makes sure to fully support projects that stimulates environmental campaigns in the city. Primavera Residences’ developer, Italpinas Development Corporation (IDC), won numerous local and international awards for its contemporary design with natural airflow through inner spaces, and architectural elements designed precisely for the location’s latitude to shade the building’s surface from the sun throughout the year. The project has been cited as one of Asia’s top 10 clean energy projects because of its capacity to help residents save as much as 32% on air-conditioning energy consumption. Primavera Serviced Residences offers long and short term stay The 10-storey condominium property in uptown Cagayan de Oro offers serviced apartments with

hotel-like services that are a less expensive and homier option for visiting businessmen and travelers and golfers. All the units for rent are fully fitted with kitchen, cable TV, refrigerator, and air conditioning. Amenities include a green inner courtyard for natural lighting and ventilation, 24-7 security, CCTV, indoor pool, gym, function hall, laundry station, and twin elevators. Located in the booming business and commercial area in uptown Cagayan de Oro, it is just walking distance to SM City CdO, and easily accessible to public transportation, and Pueblo de Oro Golf Course. “This coming August 27-30, Pueblo de Oro Golf is holding a tournament. I’m inviting all golfers to join the event and experience “Higalaay”. As you join this prestigious gold tournament, make Primavera Residences your home as we have prepared exciting promos just for you,” San Jose concluded. To know more about Primavera Residences and its partners, you may reach them at (088) 880-5002, (+63) 917 864 4061, or email them at leasing.pso@ italpinas.com. You can also access their website at www.primaveraresidences. com.

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