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Gunmen attack Lasureco with grenade launchers By Sonny Sudaria of Mindanao Daily News-ARMM
CAGAYAN de Oro City––Unidentified men fired upon the headquarters of the Lanao del Sur Cooperative (Lasureco) compound in Marawi City shortly after midnight Friday, a report reaching here said on Saturday. No one was hurt in the attack but it damaged several properties of the electric cooperative, the report said. At least 20 grenades hit the compound where senior cooperative officials are staying. It said that the attack was believed directed at Ashary
Military discovers ‘mass grave’ in Misamis Oriental See attack, page 11
FREEDOM PARK. A security guard showed to Marawi City police chief Insp. Abner Wahab Santos where one of the grenade launchers landed. photos by sonny sudaria
LAVERIA, Misamis Oriental–– The military of the army’s 58th Infantry Battalion based has found another mass grave site believed victims of New People’s Army (NPA) summary execution in the hinterland village of Aposkahoy here, said a military spokesperson on Saturday.
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THE LOOP GROUNDBREAKING. From left, the Loop Architect Arturo C. Secuya, Camella Northern Mindanao General Manager Emelia N. Lustado, Cagayan de Oro City Mayor Oscar S. Moreno, Camella Communities President Jerylle Luz C. Quismundo, MGS Construction President Joy J. Fernandez pose for posterity during the groundbreaking of the Loop, a twin-tower condominium located at the Limketkai Center in Cagayan de Oro City. Photo by Shaun Uy of Cagayan de Oro Times
SURIGAO City––In addition to the power outages that have hit the city, residents are in for another problem caused by the dry season: scarce water supply. Engr. Benjamin R. Ensomo Jr., general manager
of Surigao Metropolitan Water District on Wednesday said Parang-Parang Watershed, the city’s main source of potable water, can only produce 50 percent of its usual yield. Ensomo said ParangParang, which is in Barangay Mat-i, and at least 15 See supply, page 11
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Military discovers ‘mass grave’ in Misamis Oriental
LAVERIA, Misamis Oriental–– The military of the army’s 58th Infantry Battalion based has found another mass grave site believed victims of New People’s Army (NPA) summary execution in the hinterland village of Aposkahoy here, said a military spokesperson on Saturday. Lt. Dandy T. Melmida, the spokesperson of the army’s 58th IB, said that the military has exhumed the remains of four unidentified persons at the grave site – some of them hogtied and buried with their personal belongings – last Wednesday. He said that first mass grave was also found last April 21, 2014 in the farming village of Farmbugas here with an estimated 12 skeletal remains of unidentified victims believed to have been executed by the communist NPA rebels at the height of
the purged in 1986. Melmida said that a former NPA rebel who witnessed the summary execution about 28 years ago disclosed the location of the mass grave to the military authorities. Melmida said that the informant also disclosed to the military that the NPA rebels executed 36 people, found guilty by the “Kangaroo court” who tried them sometime in 1986 to frame up charges. He said that the communist guerillas buried the executed victims in several mass grave sites in the hinterlands of Claveria, the bread basket town in Misamis Oriental. In mid-1980, the NPA, the military arm of the Communist Party of the Philippines, launched a massive purging known as “Operation Zombie” by killing their comrades suspected of being military informants, including those who withdrew their support
from the movement and those who are not useful to them anymore, Melmida said. Lt. Col. Jose Eriel Niembra, commander of the army’s 58th IB, denounced the unreasonable killings of poor people, especially those who refused to support the underground movement. “The unreasonable killings perpetrated by the communist NPA rebels still exist today through the NPA’s Special Partisan Units (SPARU),” Niembra said. He said that the unreasonable killings perpetrated by the NPA rebels show that under the communist movement there is no justice system or rule of law. Niembra also ordered the turnover of the exhumed bodies to the regional police crime laboratory in Cagayan De Oro City for the possible identification of the victims so that they could be returned to their families for a decent burial.
OFW VISIT. Sen. Cynthia A. Villar gives P10,000 financial assistance to Musa and
Fatima Alagasi, father and eldest sister of Candice, the OFW who suffered seconddegree burns after her employers poured boiling water on her body in Saudi Arabia. Villar also promised to help them seek justice for the distressed OFW during a visit at her Las Pinas City yesterday. The senator has been advocating to protect the rights and welfare of our OFWs.
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Hunting of sharks remains a lucrative business in Surigao By Roel N. Catoto of MindaNews
U R IG AO City––Hunting of sharks has continued in the waters off Surigao City and Surigao del Norte and even in neighboring areas despite calls by conservation groups to stop such practice.
CASH FOR ARMS. General Emmanuel Bautista, AFP chief of staff shakes the hand of an alleged former member of the New People’s Army while handing over an envelope containing cash in exchange for surrendered firearms. Looking on behind him is Agusan del Sur Governor Eddiebong Plaza. Ninety-seven alleged rebels surrendered at the provincial capitol grounds in Patin-ay, Agusan del Sur on May 21, TCHR1-1574-1998 LET 2014. MindaNews photo by Erwin MascarinasMay 23, 2014 BSEd- w/ M.A
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Lured by offers of high price for shark fins, some local fishermen in Barangay Punta Bilar in Surigao City go out to the high sea to hunt these marine predators. “We’ll get nothing but only sharks,” Jun (not his real name) told MindaNews on Tuesday. “We start to fish at night until the wee hours of the morning,” he said in the vernacular, adding their hunting party would usually consist of at least four people. On Tuesday, Jun and his group caught two sharks, one about 40 kilos and the other about 25 kilos. A third one got off the hook. “Sayang we could have a good catch today,” Jun said. “We would reach as far as Southern Leyte, Loreto
in Dinagat or Bohol Seas or Agusan Bay,” he said. He added they would hang a shark it until it dies and then remove the fins. Before, the fishermen would throw the sharks’ bodies back into the sea. Not anymore. There are buyers now who will buy the bodies at P70 a kilo and bring them to Cebu to be made into fish balls. In Siargao Island, several fishermen catch both big and small sharks also for their highly priced fins. Fins which buyers won’t buy for their small size are being dried or eaten as “kinilaw” (raw fish mixed with vinegar and spices). Local buyers would prefer sun-dried fins. Apparently unaware that it is illegal, local buyers even advertise over radio stations that they interested to buy shark’s fins. Fisheries Administrative Order 193 issued by the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) sets a moratorium on catching and trading of all kinds of sharks and their derivatives and by-products. The order prohibits catching whales, sharks and manta rays, as well as the selling, transporting and exporting of these marine species, whether dead or alive.
Nerio Casil, regional director of BFAR-Caraga could not be reached for comment. Vince Cinches, campaigner of Greenpeace Philippines told MindaNews that it is high time to make a local ordinance against the poaching, sale and transport of sharks. Cinches said the continued capture, sale and transport of sharks and their products, both in domestic and international markets, threaten shark populations and have affected the ecosystem. He said there has been “no national regulation to protect the species 13 years after the enactment of RA (Republic Act) 9147 and 15 years after RA 8550.” RA 9147 is known as the Wildlife Conservation and Protection Act, while RA 8550 is known as the Philippine Fisheries Code of 1998. The International Union for Conservation Nature Red List attributes the sharp decline of the shark population primarily to “fisheries over-exploitation, as sharks are caught as targeted and accidental catches in many different fishing gears, including gill nets, purse seines, longlines and trawls, and from small artisanal boats to giant industrial vessels.” According to an Oceana publication, The Beauty of the Beast, shark conservation challenges include a general lack of political will, gaps in scientific knowledge and negative public images. Legislative reform in fisheries management and threatened species protection and increased public awareness and changes in public opinion are needed to protect sharks. Unknown to many, including public officials and even fisherfolk, sharks are “important in maintaining the health and balance of marine communities. As apex predators, they directly and indirectly shape the flora and fauna components of the ecosystem. Removing sharks can destabilize the food web and have widespread negative ecological impacts on community structure and function. Indeed, declining shark populations are already resulting in disrupted marine ecosystems around the globe,” The Beauty of the Beast said.
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PhilHealth, other agencies sign covenant of support ILIGAN CITY -- A covenant of support for the ALAGA KA Program of PHILHEALTH was signed by representatives of various agencies after a short program on May 22, 2014 at Gazpachos in Palao, Iligan. PHILHEALTH was represented by Atty Allan Panolong, FOD Chief, Region 10; the City government was represented by MR. Melchor Alquizola, Chief of Staff of the City Mayor’s Office, Councilor Usafeno Obial, Councilor Cesar V.
Siacor, Joel Ali, Philhealth Sponsored Program Management Office, GTLMH Chief Anita Saloma and City Health Officer Cherlina Cañaveral. Personnel from DSWD and Department of Health also signed the covenant. It was gathered that PHILHEALTH is aiming at full coverage of every Filipino. An Information campaign is also being conducted for widest dissemination of information concerning the advantages
Teacher: A guide light By Lodgen S. Tabacon Teacher I Simpak Elementary School District of Lala South Division of Lanao del Norte
Teachers are created in order to serve and mold useful tools to the mind of his pupils. They are every child’s guide light in walking their way to the future and through him, they will have a good one. It is a teacher’s duty to equip skills and knowledge to students mind because these are their instruments
to have the best future they want to have.It is a teacher’s duty to equip skills and knowledge to students mind because these are their instruments to have the best future they want to have. Every student has encountered various kinds of teachers in which some of them are hated and some are loved. However, it is pretty sure that they love even those teachers who disappointed, scolded and insulted them because it
is where learning came from. After all, they are teachers whose aim for students is to learn from them. Being a teacher is not simply being a educator by profession but is all about being a servant to the public she doesn’t even close to one by one. A teacher is also, at the same time, a parent to children who are not from her own home and a leader to students who could possibly her own leader someday.
Characteristics of a rich learning environment By Elenita J. Navales Teacher II Simpak Elementary School District of Lala South Division of Lanao del Norte
The main purpose of a school is to optimize its students being the main stakeholders. It is through providing a rich learning environment. This learning environment must be rich in ways that it is open, respectful, caring and safe for people staying in the place. This is important for it mirrors the thought behind the existence of a school and the quality of discipline it provides to the students.
One way for the school administration in giving such kind of school environment is through showing concern to the students. This could be done by developing and communicating explicit commitment with them. Another is through acknowledging individual differences. Each one in the community naturally consist differences in terms of economic status, attitude, religion and others. In all of these differences, however, each individual must enjoy equal rights and equal opportunities. Lastly, a rich learning environment embodies rules to
protect the rights and as well as the students themselves. These school-wide rules and consequences should be consistent, collaboratively developed with students and the school community, clearly explained, positively enforced, rewarding of good behaviour and provides pastoral care for students and maintaining a physical space. Teaching is not just introducing ABCs and 123s. The existence of the school is to coil values to the students. In doing so, the learning environment must be rich in order for the school to educate successfully.
the social media, which “has changed the way people communicate and is bringing the old snail mail close to extinction. Since modern technology needs to be dealt with at a pace to match its progress, it is necessary for the schools to be equipped and modernized in order for them to cope with the challenges of today’s computerized world. The Department of Education (DepEd) needs to provide every elementary and high school campus nationwide with a computer laboratory consisting of desktop or laptop computers
that will be used to incorporate modern technology in the delivery of basic education. It also needs to computerize manual instruction modules and lessons in math, science and other relevant subjects. To equip the teachers with the technological knowhow, they, together with the administrative staff, should undergo the necessary training programs. With this, the DepEd will be able to maintain a computerized database that contains, among others, information on the students’ percentage of passing in every class and every subject.
Modern technology for basic education By JOY R. BANDIALA Teacher I, Simpak Elem,. School District of Lala South Division of Lanao del Norte
Modernization of elementary and secondary education would enable our educational system to cope with the global change. With this reality need, the government should act immediately in providing computer laboratory to every school campus, fasttrack the computerization of teaching modules and equip teachers through training programs. Modern technology has swept the old ways of people’s living. We now have
of PHILHEALTH coverage. Alquizola, Obial and Siacor expressed the commitment of support of the Iligan City Government for the PHILHEALTH Programs. Obial personally said that he was deeply involved in the PHILHEALTH coverage for the poor since the time that he served as PHILHEALTH program coordinator of Congressman Varf Belmonte. Asked about news reports in the national TV
and newspapers that many hospitals have not been paid by PHILHEALTH, Atty. Panolong said there was just a delay in the processing of claims. But they have now speed up the job by giving overtime work to personnel responsible in the processing of claims. Dr. Saloma said that PHILIHEALTH has always been up to date in paying GTLMH and other government hospitals. ### (By Frank E. Dosdos, Jr. Ranao Star Bureau Chief, Iligan, Lanao del Norte)
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Right of Reply expands freedom of expression Sometimes ago, a lawmaker said the Right of Reply he is passing aims to expand the freedom of expression in the country. It is true, the Right of Reply defends the people’s rights, reputation, honor and integrity against attack by the media. Equal opportunity must be given to those persons affected by the actions, statements, rumors and other mischievous statements of the media. But we should see to it that the right of reply bill does not curtail nor trample the freedom of expression. Since the exercise of freedom of expression, is not a monopoly of the media, the law should also encourage interactions through journalistic expressions, the ideas, answers and stands of all sectors not connected with media, on issues at hand. Newspapers just publish both sides, and broadcast media must also air both sides. The freedom of expression as enshrined in the 1987 Constitution pertains to the right of every Filipino to express his or her opinion in whatever form or format or in any forum. In the exercise of this right, a corresponding responsibility also rests to allow the affected person or entity to respond to any allegations, innuendos, mortifications or false statements of people from the media. This is premised on the spirit of fair play and transparency. Presently, existing media organizations have been alleged as inutile in policing their ranks, particularly fly-by-night media practitioners that are mushrooming anywhere and are using their identity to harass, extort, malign or discredit persons, who are against their vested interests or contravene their ill-motives. In the exercise of freedom of expression, we are supporting the discourse of issues, which at times may result in clashing of opinions, but it must be done in a respectful and cordial manner. Media should also exercise caution and practice responsible journalism in all aspects whether in print media, broadcast media
or by electronic format. It should not result in brawling or unfairly criticizing the position or opinion of any person. Proponents to the FOI bill stress that “… every person, whether natural or juridical, who is the subject of allegations or insinuations of wrongdoing, misconduct, incompetence, dishonesty, impropriety, corruption, criminality, or immorality, or is the subject of a strong and damaging report, critique, account or feature, shall have the right to reply to the allegations, insinuations, report, critique, account or feature published or printed in a newspaper, magazine, newsletter, or any other publication, website, blog, or any other form of social media or aired or broadcasted over radio or television, whether or not operated for profit.” We say the same thing and expect that we will have the same treatment on matters that affect. It may be reasonable that In the exercise of the Right to Reply, the reply shall be published or printed in the same space of the newspaper, magazine, newsletter, publication, website, blog or social medium or aired or broadcasted over the same segment, program, or show on radio or television, free of charge or any other fee. However, this may yet depend on the financial status of poor media outlets. The proposal further provides the reply shall be published, printed, aired or broadcasted not later than three days after the reply shall have been delivered to the owner, author, producer, publisher, responsible manager or officer, or editorial office of the publication, website, blog, social medium, segment, program, show, or television or radio station or network concerned. The reply shall not be edited or otherwise altered and shall be presented in full in the same manner it was prepared and delivered by the person exercising his, her or its right of reply. Again, this depend on the capacity of the media outlet. A well-off newspaper publisher may come out with a daily publication, but a struggling weekly or monthly newspaper cannot do it with a limited time.
If failures get results
EVERY day brings us new failures; during our job performances, in our life at home, on the streets while going to an important appointment––just to mention some of innumerable examples. We feel weak because of others’ shortcomings. Something is lacking, diminishing, or deteriorating. Sometimes, we describe it as bankruptcy of our life and give up ourselves in terrible self-pity. Now, this is an attempt to paint a portrait of an incredible man. As a businessman and politician, he experienced his first bankruptcy, when he just reached the age of 31. At 32, he lost his election campaign - also
Have my say Klaus Doring at 32, his second business flopped. At 35, his wife passed away; at 36, he got a nervous break-down. At the latest, everybody would have understood if this man could do anything else to surrender himself. An unknown life in an incalculable crowd could have been the last resort. But maybe because of all those strokes of fate, did that man
applies for another political position - and? Yes, he lost again - when he was 38. He suffered more defeats at the ages of 43, 46, 48, 55, 56 and 58! But the loser never gave up - and, finally, he became the president of the United States of America. His name? Abraham Lincoln. What a great example showing all of us that it’s indeed better to try and
go “all 100 ways to success instead of giving up after the 99th attempt. If you know, that you have to knock on 100 doors (instead of 99!), and if you change 99 failures into 99 experiences, you might be the lucky guy who shall receive the winning number of life’s lottery. “Most people capitulate in the face of failures,” stressed the automobile manufacturer and industrialist Henry Ford. The author and art historian Aldous Huxley explained the failures as follows: “Experience means, how we survive by learning from failures.” Ergo, if you move in 99 directions and your See RESULTS, page 11
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LANECO, NORMECA explain rotating brownouts CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY -- The Lanao del Norte Electric Cooperative (LANECO) and seven other member cooperatives belonging to the Northern Mindanao Electric Cooperative Association (NORMECA) held a press conference recently in this city to explain the rotating brownouts experienced by its member consumers. “It is highly unfair to blame the electric cooperatives on the current power crisis here in Mindanao considering that this is clearly the result of power under-generation by NPC/ PSALM,” said Atty. Donato Calica of LANECO. Electric power distribution utilities, like the electric cooperatives in Mindanao, have been experiencing power shortages since 2011 contributing to increasing social dissatisfaction and economic slowdown. “On 2011 it was still manageable for power utilities in Mindanao despite the brownouts but it became critical on 2013 when NPC/ PSALM was no longer able to build new power generation facilities or even maintain its exisiting power plants. This was the effect of the EPIRA (Electric Power Industry Reform Act) that privatized the power industry,” LANECO Chairman Renario Bihag said. The EPIRA was envisioned to spur competition among major players of the power industry that will lower the power rates. However, the power situation only worsened in 2013
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with the implementation of the EPIRA and government losses control of its power assets, he said. “We appeal to our national leadership through the Department of Energy to relax its requirements on modular generating sets especially during this time of crisis so we can have additional power sources to solve the outages in our distribution systems”, Bihag added. Not only are the rotating brownouts causing businesses to stop operating, it also contribute to rising production and social costs. As in the case of Zambo-
anga City where six to 10 hours of daily brown-outs are now being imposed, local businesses are already contemplating of laying-off workers to lessen losses, he said. But local electric cooperatives assure they are constantly looking for alternative power sources that they can use to augment their powersources. These includes diesel power barges, coal power plants, and solar power systems. In Lanao del Norte, LANECO executives have commended Governor Khalid Dimaporo for allowing a solar power generation
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DEED OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF THE INTESTATE ESTATE OF DECEASED ALICIA P. RESUS Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the late ALICIA P. RESUS, who died on March 11, 2014 at North Poblacion, Maramag, Bukidnon, which was her last place of residence at the time of her death; that said deceased left the following properties, to wit: a. A deposit account with Land Bank of the Philippines, Maramag Branch, under Savings account number 2106-0512-35 with a withdrawable balance of PESOS: SEVEN THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED FIFTY TWO AND 96/100 ONLY (P7,752.96) as of March 28, 2014; b. A deposit account with Land Bank of the Philippines, Maramag Branch, under Savings Account number 2107-0102-65 with a withdrawable balance of PESOS: TWENTY THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED THIRTY SEVEN AND 84/100 ONLY (P20,337.84) as of March 28, 2014; c. A deposit account with Land Bank of the Philippines, Maramag Branch, under Savings Account number 2101-0864-21 with a withdrawable balance of PESOS: FOUR HUNDRED SIXTY SIX THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED SIXTY EIGHT AND 68/100 ONLY (P466,468.68) as of March 28, 2014; d. A deposit account with Bank of Commerce, Maramag Branch, under Savings account number 089-20-002773-7 with a withdrawable balance of TWO HUNDRED THREE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED TWENTY TWO AND 76/100 (P203,922.76) as of March 31, 2014; e. A deposit account with One Network Bank, Maramag Branch, under Savings Account number 01751-01331-7 with outstanding balance of FOUR HUNDRED TWENTY SIX THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED TWENTY ONE PESOS & 13/100 ONLY (Php 426,721.13) as of March 31, 2014; f. A deposit account with Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation, Maramag Extension Office, under Savings Account No. 1-589-52531-7 with an available balance of THREE HUNDRED FIFTEEN THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED FIFTY FIVE PESOS AND 30/100 (Php 315,155.30) as of March 31, 2014; g. A parcel of land containing an area of TWENTY THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED THREE (20,103) square meters, situated at Base Camp, Maramag, Bukidnon, covered by Katibayan ng Orihinal na Titulo Blg. P-25986, registered in the name of Emmanuel A. Resus and covered by Tax Dec. No. F-14800 in his name, with the assessed value of Php 16,100.00; h. A parcel of land containing an area of THREE HUNDRED SIX (306) square meters, situated at North Poblacion, Maramag, Bukidnon, covered by Katibayan ng Orihinal na Titulo Blg. P-1021, registered in the name of Alicia G. Paulican and covered by Tax Dec. No. F-001123 in her name, with the assessed value of Php 7,340.00; i. A parcel of land containing an area of ONE HUNDRED FIFTY TWO (152) square meters, situated at North Poblacion, Maramag, Bukidnon, covered by Katibayan ng Orihinal na Titulo Blg. P-1116, registered in the name of Emmanuel Resus and covered by Tax Dec. No. F-001455 in his name, with the assessed value of Php 4,740.00; j. A parcel of land containing an area of THIRTY THOUSAND (30,000) square meters, situated at Base Camp, Maramag, Bukidnon, covered by Katibayan ng Orihinal na Titulo Blg. P-21407, registered in the name of Alicia P. Resus and covered by Tax. Dec. No. F-003875 in her name, with the assessed value of Php 96,120.00; K. A parcel of land containing an area of NINE HUNDRED EIGHTY EIGHT (988) square meters, situated at Base Camp, Maramag, Bukidnon, covered by Katibayan ng Orihinal na Titulo Blg. P-26393, registered in the name of Emmanuel Resus, and covered by Tax Dec. No. F-003982 in their name, with the assessed value of Php 17,490.00; is the subject of DEED OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF THE INTESTATE ESTATE OF DECEASED ALICIA P. RESUS, made and entered by EMMANUEL A. RESUS, 60 years old, Filipino, widower; ELEAZAR DAVID P. RESUS, 35 years old, Filipino, married and EMMUEL DAVID P. RESUS, 30 years old, Filipino, married; and residing and with postal address at North Poblacion, Maramag, Bukidnon, that they are the only legitimate heirs of the late ALICIA P. RESUS. As per Doc. No. 114; Page No. 23; Book No. XXI; Series of 2014; under Notary public of ATTY. LORETO G. TUMAMPOS. MDN: MAY 12, 19 & 26, 2014
Police recover Sayyaf bombs in Zamboanga City
AMBOANGA CITY – Police recovered two Abu Sayyaf mortar bombs on a village in Zamboanga City, officials said Friday.
Officials said the 60 mm mortars were recovered late Thursday afternoon hidden in a bush at Sitio Salom in San Roque village. The recover y of the bombs came barely a week after joint army and police forces arrested an Abu Sayyaf bomber, Nujir Ahidji, in a raid May 17 at Southcom Village
just outside the military’s Western Mindanao Command hosting US forces in Zamboanga City. “The recovery of the mortar bombs was the result of intelligence operation,” Senior Inspector Joseph Ortega, a regional police spokesman, told the regional newspaper Mindanao Examiner. It was unknown who
Republic of the Philippines Department of Finance BUREAU OF INTERNAL REVENUE Revenue Region No. 16 Cagayan de Oro City NOTICE OF SALE (For Acquired/Forfeited Assets) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Pursuant to the provisions of Section 216 of the National Internal Revenue Code of 1997, as amended, the undersigned will sell at public auction for cash to the highest bidder at Tourism Hall, City Government of Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental on the 17th day of June, 2014, beginning at 9:00 o’clock AM of said day, the following absolutely acquired/forfeited assets of the Bureau of Internal Revenue in the name of the Republic of the Philippines, as described below. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY Title No.: Kind of Land: Location: Area: Tax Declaration No.: Price:
137-2012002523 Residential Villa Ernesto Subd., Gusa, Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental 826 square meters G-258387Floor P 2,230,200.00
The Bureau of Internal Revenue, thru its Bids and Awards Committee – Acquired Assets (BAC-AA), reserves the right to reject any or all bids received, waive any formalities or defects therein, and to accept such bids as may be advantageous to the government, or call-off the bidding prior to the acceptance of the bids and call for a new bid under amended rules. The auction shall be done on an “As Is Where Is” per title basis. Done in the City of Cagayan de Oro, Province of Misamis Oriental, Philippines, this 14th day of May 2014.
Commissioner of Internal Revenue
By: (SGD.) ATTY. ALBERTO S. OLASIMAN OIC Regional Director
identities of other Abu Sayyaf militants hiding in Zamboanga. The military said it is also hunting down militants in Zamboanga and nearby areas. “The Western Mindanao Command and the Philippine National Police are jointly intensifying law enforcement operations in order to eliminate criminal activities through expeditious arrest of remaining leaders and members of the Abu Sayyaf Group and other lawless elements,” said Captain Maria Rowena Muyuela, a military spokeswoman. The Western Mindanao Command is one of several military bases in southern Philippines where the US maintains a high-security facility under the command of the Joint Special Operations Task Force-Philippines which is helping local troops fight terrorism. Just earlier this month, police also captured a Mortar bomb 36-year old Abu Sayyaf militant, Harijin Jinny, hid the bombs in the vil- are still investigating the in downtown Zamboanga lage, but Ortega said police Ahidji to determine the while working as a security guard on a store Republic of the Philippines LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRY OFFICE just outside the police PROVINCE OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL headquarters. Cagayan de Oro City L ast mont h, p olice NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION commandos raided an Abu Sayyaf hideout in In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 10172, a NOTICE is hereby Zamboanga’s Santa Maria served to the public that PERLA P. GADOT has filed with this Office a petition village and killed 2 milifor the correction of clerical error in the entry of the child’s DATE OF BIRTH from “NOVEMBER 07, 2005” to “FEBRUARY 07, 2005” in the Certificate of tants and captured 6 more Live Birth of PAUL JOSEPH PADERO GADOT who was born on NOVEMBER following a firefight that 07, 2005 (as per NSO copy) in Cagayan de Oro City and whose parents are wounded one policeman. VICENTE ABID GADOT and PERLA MANDANG PADERO. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opCommandos recovered position with this Office not later than June 2, 2014. four .45-caliber pistols and three fragmentation grenades from the hideout. (SGD.) NORMA S. DIPUTADO (Mindanao Examiner)
City Civil Registrar
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Republic of the Philippines LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRY OFFICE PROVINCE OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL Cagayan de Oro City NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 10172, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that OSHEN BARTOLABA ARANZO has filed with this Office a petition for the correction of clerical error in the entry of the child’s SEX from “MALE” to “FEMALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of OSHEN BARTOLABA ARANZO who was born on June 2, 1993 in Cagayan de Oro City and whose parents are DIOSCORO LUVINIA ARANZO and NORA CERVANTES BARTOLABA. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than May 25, 2014.
(SGD.) NORMA S. DIPUTADO City Civil Registrar MDN: May 19 & 26, 2014
Republic of the Philippines LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRY OFFICE PROVINCE OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
REVOCATION OF AUTHORITY KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: I, ALVIN ALUNING, of legal age, Filipino, married, and a resident of Nasipit, Agusan del Norte, Philippines, did on 22 March 2013 grant an authority to Christopher L. De Las Alas to negotiate for the sale of the parcel of land located at Jamboree Site, Alubihid, Buenavista, Agusan del Norte with an area of 2.5 hectares. That I do hereby REVOKE, ANNUL, and RECALL the above-mentioned authority given to the said Christopher L. De Las Alas together with any and all concomitant rights, powers and privileges given to him. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 9th day of May 2014 at Nasipit, Agusan del Norte, Philippines. (SGD.) ALVIN ALUNING Principal ACKNOWLEDGMENT Republic of the Philippines ) Province of Agusan del Norte) S.S. Municipality of Nasipit ) BEFORE ME, this 9th day of May 2014, personally appeared ALVIN ALUNING, known to me as the same person who executed the foregoing Revocation of Authority and acknowledged that the same is his free act and deed. The said person is personally known to me. WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL. (SGD.) CUSTODIO B. COMPENDIO, JR. Doc. No. 115 NOTARY PUBLIC Page No. 23 Until December 31, 2015 Book No. IV IBP No. 950867 (2014) Series of 2014 PTR No. 2138605 (2014) TIN: 190-219-388: ROLL NO..41259 MDN: May 12, 19 and 26, 2014
RA Form No. 10.1(LCRO) Republic of the Philippines Province of Lanao del Norte Municipality of Tubod OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL CIVIL REGISTRAR NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 9048, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that LEWIS GLENN V. GALUPO has filed with this Office a petition for the change of first name from GLENN to LEWIS GLENN in the Certificate of Live Birth of GLENN VALMORIA GALUPO who was born on October 21, 1958 at Cagayan de Oro City and whose parents are RAMON GALUPO and SILVERIA VALMORIA. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than June 1, 2014.
In compliance with Section 5 of R. A. No. 9048, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that PANTALEONA L. PALAHANG has filed with this office a Petition for Change of First Name from “LINO” to “RAUL” in the Birth¬ Certificate of LINO LAGUNA PALAHANG who was born on 23 SEPTEMBER 1960 at TUBOD, LANAO DEL NORTE and whose parents are ESTILITO PALAHANG and LEONA LAGUNA. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his/her written opposition with this office not later than 30 MAY 2014.
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(Sgd.) JULIET BALURAN GALAMBAO, CE Municipal Civil Registrar
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EXTRA-JUDICIAL PARTITION OF ESTATE AMONG HEIRS WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE OF PORTION THEREOF Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late PEDRO LABADAN, who died on October 18, 1986 at Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental, left certain parcel of land located at Kibaghot, Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental covered under Tax Declaration No. 08-18-004-1722 and portion sold particularly described as follows: “A parcel of land under Tax Declaration No. 08-18-004-1722 with Survey C-14 Lot No. 12347 located at Kibaghot, Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental. Containing a total area sold of SEVEN HUNDRED FORTY THREE square meters (743 sq.m) that includes the frontage lot as access road of Ninety Three square meters (93 sq.mtrs) more or less, is the subject of EXTRA-JUDICIAL PARTITION OF ESTATE AMONG HEIRS WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE OF PORTION THEREOF, made and entered namely; TEOFILO P. LABADAN, FELIPA P. LABADAN, SAMSON P. LABADAN, CORA LABADAN, CLAUDIO P. LABADAN, ROGELIO P. LABADAN; that the above-mentioned persons are the legitimate children of the Late PEDRO LABADAN. For in consideration of the sum of SEVEN HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND PESOS (Php 750,000.00), Philippine Currency to the HEIRS/ VENDORS in hand counted and paid by ONISIMO DOMINGO JR., of legal age, married to EMMA A. DOMINGO and residing at Cavite, Philippines his heirs, assigns and successors in interest, the above-described portion of land. As per Doc. No. 453; Page No. 91; Book No. XXV; Series of 2014; under Notary Public of ATTY. JOHN REY A. TOMINES. MDN: MAY 19, 26 & JUNE 2, 2014
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Diwalwal small-scale miners shift to mercury-free gold processing
A V A O City––After many years of resisting against a stop to the use of mercury in extracting gold, small scale miners in Diwalwal are shifting to a more environment-friendly and mercury-free gold processing method by adopting the indigenous practice of Benguet miners.
The Benguet traditional way of mining offered by environment group BAN Toxics in partnership with Diwalwal local government unit and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) opened the first mercury-free gold processing facility in Diwalwal last week with some 200 small miners in attendance. Evelyn Cubelo, program manager on artisanal and small scale mining, they however target some 5,000 small scale miners in Diwalwal to shift to the traditional method as they go on with their continuing education and miner to miner training at the site. Cubelo said BAN Toxics took Diwalwal as the pilot site for the traditional method because it has been using mercury as base for gold processing. BAN Toxics noted that Diwalwal has
gained global notoriety for its rampant use of mercury -- an environmentally destructive and highly toxic substance. According to Cubelo, Diwalwal or Mt. Diwata is considered to be one of the biggest gold deposits in the Philippines, with the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas estimating that some PHP2 billion worth of gold produced here annually. It is also the largest mercury emitting site, thus exposing miners to its many forms of toxicity. ”Mt. Diwata is a big contributor to mercury emission,” Cubelo said in Cebuano. In the Philippines, Cubelo said the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has estimated 70 metric tons of mercury discharges. Cubelo estimated it is even higher at 250 metric tons. She said that aside from inhaling chemical toxics, mercury discharge is appoint of concern for many years because it runs to the Naboc River. “Mercury usa ka metal na bisag unsaon mercury lang gihapon (Mercury is a metal
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that whatever you do -- it is still mercury),” she pointed out at a press conference yesterday. Since the government’s ban of mercury use with the issuance of Executive Order No. 79 Institutionalizing and Implementing Reforms in the Mining Sector, miners in Diwalwal were resisting to convert to other methods because with mercury the process is more faster and efficiency is higher. “We believe the smallscale miners of Mount Diwata are willing to change if they were given the chance and the choice. The facility we are putting up will give them the alternative they need to let go of mercury,” BAN Toxics executive director Richard Gutierrez said in statement. Gutierrez said the facility will employ the use of Benguet method, an enhanced traditional technique utilizing gravity and borax predominantly used in the Benguet, and has been popularized by BAN Toxics in the Philippines and in other parts of the world.
BAN Toxics will be bringing in trainers from other parts of the country, miners who have abandoned mercury use, to educate and train the small-scale miners of Mount Diwata to utilize mercury-free techniques in gold extraction. Cubelo said they have about 100 trainers, one of them is Rudy Onos from Benguet who has been leading the miner to miner training in Diwalwal. To put up the facility, Cubelo said one needs PHP100,000 to PHP150,000. One facility could even be used by a maximum of three depending on the size of the box. BAN Toxics said that although illegal, mercury can be bought at PHP5,000 to PHP8,000 per kilogram through unregulated markets. In terms of efficiency, Cubelo said gold extracted from the traditional way is 70 percent compared to Mercury-use that 50 percent are wasted. “We have witnessed many stories of the transformation of miners who stopped using mercury in gold mining through the help of BAN Toxics. We don’t want to be witnesses anymore. We want to take part in this change and make a positive contribution to our community,” said Barangay Mount Diwata captain Pedro Samillano. The facility was made possible through the support of the Global Environment Facility and UNIDO and in partnership with the DENR, the Department of Health and the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation.(PNA)
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New Kiwanis Club of Agila Dabaw to receive Charter DAVAO CITY – The new Kiwanis Club of Agila Dabaw will receive its official recognition in the organization at a ceremony and dinner on Saturday at Ritz Hotel and Garden Oases Convention Center in Davao City. Jose Ramon S. Altavas, Kiwanis Asia Pacific Chairman – Elect and Raul S. Tolentino, Philippine South District Past District Governor, will present the club with its charter. Jeffrey Jess S. Mataro, Division 7 Lt. Governor, will induct the charter officers and members while Past District Governor Marit Stinus Cabugon will charge them. Kiwanis is a global organization of member-volunteers working to change the world, one child and one community at a time. Its primary focus is serving the children of the world. Charter officers of the newly formed club are Erdsan Rene S. Suero, president; Roderick R. Tecson, president-elect; Juliet T. Luy, 1st vice president; Rafael E. Bermejo, 2nd vice president; Alvin F. Alcantara, 3rd vice president; Mary Ann R. Oani, secretary; and Cresilda T. Caballero, treasurer. Directors are Hilario A. Fernandez, Nelson S. Palermo, Juan Claudio Y. Tinga and Angel T. Torrejon. Other charter members are Alan A. Caballero, Julius M. Divino, Edwin C. Idemne, Flordeluna J. Juyo,
Joreen Joon T. Luy, Sonia S. Montesclaros, Silvino G. Presto Jr., Lexinne Mae P. Ricafort and Christine O. Suero. The designated new club builder is Achiles S. Rallos, Past Lt. Governor of Division 7. “The holding of this charter ceremony is the official recognition of this club to the Kiwanis International family,” Mataro said in a statement sent to the regional newspaper Mindanao Examiner. He said the event will also be graced by the Kiwanis Philippine South District Lt. Governors and Lt. Governors-Elect headed by its District Governor Gabrielito A. Prado, who is now in the city for his visit and holding of the annual leadership training. The organization of this new club is jointly sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Hamog Dabaw, Inc., Kiwanis Club of Davao City, Kiwanis Club of Royale Davao, Kiwanis Club of Golden Tagum, Kiwanis Club of Tagum, Inc.; Kiwanis Club of Cosmopolitan Detroit, Michigan, USA; Kiwanis Club of United Davao and the Kiwanis Club of Pag-asa Davao. Angel T. Torrejon, immediate past president of the Kiwanis Club of Hamog Dabaw and the club seed member is the lone sponsoring Kiwanian of all 20 charter members thus humbly recognized as the noble mentor of this new Kiwanis club.(Mindanao Examiner)
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kilometer from the city proper, currently produces 14,000 cubic meters per day, or half its normal yield of 28,000 cubic meters.
He said Surigao City needs at least 18,000 cubic meters per day. The shortage has affected users located in elevated areas such as Capitol Road, Ceniza Heights, Sitio Pag-asa, Silay Hills all in Barangay Washington; Payawan 2, Bernadette Villages in Barangay Luna; Espina Village, Talipapa in Barangay Taft and other farflung barangays. Ensomo, however, said users should worry over the low supply as the SMWD is getting water from neighboring Sison and San Francisco towns. He said they are getting a total of at least 4,000 cubic meters from Tamoyo Creek in San Francisco and creeks in Ima and Cabanes in Sison town. “I tell you, had we not been able to utilize these new sources today the crisis we have experienced last year and previous years would be much worse today,” he said.
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Ensomo said they can augment the water supply by using their two deep wells in Barangay Serna which have a combined yield of 40 liters per second. Some residents have started to complain they could not get water at times when they need it. James Plaza of Payawan 1 in Barangay Luna said that since end-April he had experienced a cut in water supply from 8-11 a.m. “It’s a double whammy on our part because of power crisis and now the water crisis. We experienced this every dry season,” he said. Ensomo said they are trying to find new sources in neighboring towns. He advised residents to stock up water especially at night in their buckets or drums. He also asked them to check their pipelines [for possible leaks] so that they could help conserve potable water.
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Maongco, the General Manager of Lasureco, who reportedly got the ire of some local officials for ordering the disconnection of electricity to 35 municipal towns in Lanao del Sur that failed to pay their power bills. Prior to Friday’s attack, an influential town officials reportedly ordered the burning of the Mounted Crane of Jera General Construction, a Bicol-based construction company, which was undergoing rehabilitation of Lasureco’s 69 KV and 13.2 KV lines along the highway of Ditsaan-Ramain on May 13, 2014. As a result, Maongco filed a criminal case against town Mayor Ali U. Adiong of Ditsaan-Ramain in Lanao del Sur with violation of Arson before the Provincial Prosecutor of Lanao del Sur. Maongco filed the case saying that he has secured the
affidavit of six witnesses to the burning of Jera’s Truck Mounted Crane while conducting a joint rehabilitation project of the Lasureco and the Department of Energy (DOE) in Lanao del Sur. Maongco has suspected that the attack on the Lasureco compound Friday night was directed at him because he and his family were living in the compound together with workers of the Jera General Construction. EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE OF PACITO ABSUELO AND ELISEA R. ABSUELO WITH WAIVER OF RIGHTS Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of PACITO C. ABSUELO, who died on June 20, 2013, at the General Hospital, Mambajao, Camiguin; he left real properties, enumerated hereinunder, which the HEIRS intend to settle and partition the same among themselves. That ELISEA R. ABSUELO, co-owner of the estate and mother of the remaining HEIRS, does hereby WAIVE, RELINQUISH, and QUIT-CLAIM whatever ownership, participation, interest and claim she has in favour of her said children. That each and every parcel of land shall be divided into FIVE (5) equal shares of which every heir shall receive One (1) share. PARCEL ONE ‘A PARCEL OF LAND, located at Panghiawan, Catarman, Camiguin, identified as Lot 1884 C4, under TD No. H-1210287, PIN 049-010012-008-61 B, in the name of ABSUELO ELECIO (ELECIA). Containing an area of 1.0202 sq.ms., more or less. PARCEL TWO “A PARCEL OF LAND, located at Panghiawan, Catarman, Camiguin, identified as LOT No. 1575, Blk No. 007, declared under TD No. H-1210124, PIN 049-01-0012-007-50, in the name of ABSUELO, ELECIA. Containing an area of 0.2665 sq.ms., more or less. PARCEL THREE “A PARCEL OF LAND, located at Panghiawan, Catarman, Camiguin, identified as LOT No. 1565 C4, declared under TD No. H-1210155, PIN 049-01-0012-007-65, in the name of ABSUELO, ELECIA. Containing an area of : Agricultural – 0.0785 sq.ms.,: Residential – 100.00 sq.ms., more or less. PARCEL FOUR “ A PARCEL OF LAND, located at Panghiawan, Catarman, Camiguin, identified as LOT No. 1925, Blk No. 009, declared under TD No. H-1210339, PIN 049-01-0012-009-16, in the name of ABSUELO, ELECIA. Containing an area of 0.2108 sq.ms., more or less. PARCEL FIVE ‘A PARCEL OF LAND, located at Panghiawan, Catarman, Camiguin, identified as LOT No. 1927, declared under TD No. H-1210340, PIN 04901-0012-009-17, in the name of ABSUELO, ELECIA. Containing an area of 0.1292 sq. ms., more or less. PARCEL SIX “A PARCEL OF LAND, located at Panghiawan, Catarman, Camiguin, identified as LOT No. 1917, declared under TD No. H-1210346, PIN 049-01-0012009-23, in the name of ABSUELO, ELECIA. Containing an area of 0.2317 sq.ms., more or less, is the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE OF PACITO ABSUELO AND ELISEA R. ABSUELO WITH WAIVER OF RIGHTS, made and entered into at Bonbon, Catarman, Camiguin, by and consisting of the following: ELISEA R. ABSUELO, widow of the PACITO C. ABSUELO, and mother of the following children: EVELYN A. MALUNES, married, and a resident of Panghiawan, Catarman, Camiguin; RANDY PACITO R. ABSUELO, married, and a resident of Panghiawan, Catarman, Camiguin; EFREN R. ABSUELO, married, and a resident of Langcayan, Mahinog, Camiguin; EVA R. RITARDO, married, and a resident of B-1, L-16, Villanena II, Balulang, Cagayan de Oro City; and MARKLESTER R. ABSUELO, married, and a resident of Panghiawan, Catarman, Camiguin, who are all Filipino citizens, and of legal ages, hereinafter referred to as the HEIRS. That the abovenamed parties are the sole and legitimate Heirs of the decedent. As per Doc. No. 389; Page No. 79; Book No. IV; Series of 2014; under Notary Public of ATTY. TEDDY S. RODRIGUEZ. MDN: MAY 26, JUNE 2 & 9, 2014
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Law Special Gospel of the day: Luke4:3844(May26, 2014-Monday) Luke 4:38-44And he arose out of the synagogue, and entered into Simon’s house. And Simon’s wife’s mother was taken with a great fever; and they besought him for her. And he stood over her, and rebuked the fever; and it left her: and immediately she arose and ministered unto them. Now when the sun was setting, all they that had any sick with divers diseases brought them unto him; and he laid his hands on every one of them, and healed them. And devils also came out of many, crying out, and saying, Thou art Christ the Son of God. And he rebuking [them] suffered them not to speak: for they knew that he was Christ. And when it was day, he departed and went into a desert place: Jesus came from the synagogue the place for study and worship and went to the house of Peter mother in law who has fever. In this scenery, we can see that Peter was close to his mother in law, in fact, he brought Jesus to her for healing. How about you, are you close to your mother in law? We can also describe that Peter asked the help of Jesus since he could not do anything for his sickly mother in law. Supposedly, we will imitate Peter for doing such thing because Jesus our God will not refuse but instead accompany us in times of our problems and sufferings. The truth is, “Jesus is our companion.” In 1 Thessalonians 5:17-“Pray without ceasing.” Printing paid by: Neneth - Bobong Balino- Dr. Edith, PhD- Tony Jordan - CDO. St. Peter Calungsod, pray for us! #0928414949009266607505: Question – Prayer request: Please follow me “WORD ON FIRE” on CCTN channel 12-CDO @ 10 PM- Mondays and Tuesday @ 3:30 PM. God loves you!!!
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