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By Mike Baños Editor at large

Bambi acts on plight of prosecutors

WELL before Mindanao was expected to plunge into another age of darkness due to the worsening El Niño episode that’s been confirmed to be worse than the devastating 1997 edition, man-made security issues have already forced distribution utilities in MIndanao to resume rotating brownouts. Sources from the police and armed forces in the area confirmed that Transmission Towers 19 and 20 located in Patani, Marawi City along the Agus 2-Kibawe line were bombed

By CRIS DIAZ Executive Editor

MISAMIS Oriental––Provincial governor Yevgeny Vincente Emano has ordered the provincial engineer to institute measures to upgrade the office of the provincial prosecutor here. Aside from adopting remedial measures See PLIGHT, page A11

Blackouts hit Davao

THE Aboitiz-owned Davao Light and Power Company has started implementing two-hour rotating power interruptions after the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) imposed a Mindanao-wide deficit due to the emergency shutdown of two major power plants in Mindanao. The NGCP implemented a Mindanao-wide grid curtailment due to the derated capacity of Pulangi and Agus Hydropower plants due to low water elevation See blackouts, page A11


Mayoral candidate Rep. Rufus B. Rodriguez (left) and Mr. Cheng Cheng Lee (with mic) of the Taiwan Association of the Philippines, deliver messages to the 5,000 urban poor families in Cagayan De Oro City. The Taiwanese association donates sack of rice to the urban poor through the initiative of Rodriguez and Party List Rep. Maxie Rodriguez, of ABAMIN, who is also running for Congress in the city’s Second District here. KD

Tribal people denounce atrocities, yearn for peace By CRIS DIAZ Executive Editor

IMPASUG-ONG, Bukidnon--About 1,000 “Lumads” of various tribes lighted candles on the occasion of the National Indigenous

People’s Month in this tribal capital of Northern Mindanao, the military said. Capt. Norman M. Tagros, the spokesperson of the army’s 8th Infantry Battalion, said that the Lumads (tribal natives) simultane-

ously lighted the candles to dramatize the quest for lasting peace in the tribal communities in Mindanao. The Lumads also denounced the atrocious killings of the tribal See peace, page A11

around 9:20 p.m. on Thursday (October 29, 2015) and both put out of commission. As a result, the Mindanao Grid has lost power supply from both the Agus 1 (80MW) and Agus 2 (180MW) hydroelectric power plants since other lines for grid connections have already decommissioned due to trees and other obstructions deliberately planted by landowners in District 2, Lanao del Sur. The loss of 260MW from the Mindanao Grid will mean the resumption of rotating brownouts all across the island even See inaction, page A7

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FORTINET SPONSORS ISOG-ISACA SUMMIT ON IT SECURITY. Joey Regala (left), Head of Information Security Officers Group (ISOG) and Dickenson Africa (right), President of Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA)-Manila, present the tokens of appreciation to George Chang, Fortinet Vice President for Southeast Asia and Hong Kong (second from left) and Alvin Rodrigues, Fortinet Market Development Director for Southeast Asia and Hong Kong (second from right), for their participation in the 2015 Information Security Governance and Anti-Fraud Summit held recently at the InterContinental Hotel, Makati City. The event was a collaboration between the ISOG, ACFE-Philippines Chapter and ISACA-Manila with an aim to share with its members the latest technologies and training methods that will secure a business organization’s data against potential cyber threats. Chang and Rodrigues discussed how individuals can be potentially dangerous to an organization, the roles played by employers in securing its data from phishing activities, insiders, and third-party hackers, and shared potential cyber threats for 2016.

SECURING THE INDUSTRY THROUGH HIGH-PERFORMANCE NETWORK SECURITY. (From left to right) Fortinet Philippines’ Jessica Jugo, Inside Sales Representative; Rachelle Alcantara, Channel Account Manager; Alvin Rodrigues, Market Development Director for Southeast Asia and Hong Kong; Jefferald Castillo, Country Manager; and Jennifer Tan, Major Account Manager support the 2015 Information Security Governance and Anti-Fraud Summit held recently at the InterContinental Hotel, Makati City. As a world leader in offering the industry’s fastest and most secure cybersecurity platform, Fortinet aims to simplify every organization’s IT infrastructure to help them accelerate growth and roll out new initiatives securely. Fortinet is a sponsor of the event.

First In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) facility in Mindanao opens DAVAO City--The first IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) facility in Mindanao opened last October 28 in Davao City.



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Formerly the Fertility Care Center- Davao (FCCD) the new IVF facility located inside Brokenshire Hospital would cater to clients in Mindanao and also with the coming ASEAN Integration clients from the neighboring Sulawesi region in Indonesia. Dr. Darlene Estuart, incorporator of the IVF said the facility aims to lower the costs of IVF as compared to the facilities in Manila and Cebu. The IVF offers packages which depends on the age of the patient, the initial package rate is P285,000 and could reach up to P450,000. The computation of the cost is averaged at P10,000 for every year of a particular age. IVF is a medical procedure where the egg and the sperm are joined in a laboratory, the fertilized egg or embryo is then injected in the uterus. The cycle of IVF takes about two weeks. Dr. Maria Lourdes Cabling,

the IVF Center aims to tackle the increasing infertility cases in the country. Based on the census conducted by the Philippine Obstetrical and Gynecological Society and the Philippine Society of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility the country there is a 10 to 12% increase of infertility annually. It can be attributed to changing mindset with couples particularly women opting to focus more on career than having children, physical distance of the couple particularly those whose spouse is working overseas. Other factors include presence of sexually transmitted disease, endometriosis and obesity. Environmental factors include exposure to harmful materials like pesticides. The P30-million facility is equipped with brand new incubator and the ICSI (Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection) machine imported from Europe. Aside from the machines there are four trained IVF experts in the center. Apart from the IVF technology, the center also aims to educate the public particularly the clients on myths and misconceptions about infertility. Dr. Veronica Deniega said that infertility is a couple problem and not just a problem to be burdened by one spouse alone. Deniega despite the country having a large population the IVF center is still needed because couple without children is a segment of a population, which must not be neglected. “Having children is a human right.” Deniega added. (PIA/RG Alama)


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1. What is breast cancer? Breast Cancer is a malignancy involving the mammary glands (breast). Like any other cancer, it usually starts from a damage to a single cell leading to a rampant growth of those cells and spreading to other normal cells (tumor) with a potential to invade and spread to other organs (metastasis) 2. What is the incidence of breast cancer? It is the most common cause of cancer and cancer death among women, with a worldwide incidence of breast cancer is 22.9% of all types of cancer. It causes almost half a million deaths a year worldwide, and about 1.4 million women were affected. In the Philippines it is the most common cause of cancer for both sexes combined. 3. Does it only affect women? Although it commonly affects women, about 1.7% or close to 2 men for every 100 women will develop breast cancer. 4. Who are at higher risk of getting breast cancer? There are identifiable risk factors: • Increasing age – most

common in the 50s but incidence starts to rise dramatically at age 40. • Family History of Breast Cancer – about 20% of breast cancer has a family predisposition and 5% are truly hereditary (with identifiable genetic mutation like BRCA 1 and 2) • Hormonal factors – late (above 35) or not being able to get pregnant, early menstruation (12 and below), late menopause (45 and above). In other words, the longer (number of years) a woman is exposed to the monthly menstruation, the higher the risk. Long term use of oral contraceptives is also a risk. • Diet and lifestyle – alcohol and smoking are risk factors, as well as obesity. • Pre malignant breast lesions – if you have been diagnosed with a breast mass with atypia. You are at risk four-fold. • There are other things associated with breast cancer but are not wellestablished, what is important to remember is that almost 80% of breast

cancer only have BEING A WOMAN AND AGE above 40 as identifiable risk factor. 5. Can Breast Cancer be prevented? How do we detect it early? Breast cancer cannot be prevented, but it can be cured when diagnosed early. The following are the recommended screening methods: • SELF-BREAST EXAMINATION a week after menstruation • BREAST EXAMINATION by a healthcare professional, annually for women 40 and above and every 2-3 years for younger women • MAMMOGRAPHY annually beginning age 40 6. What is the first probable sign of breast cancer? The presence of a mass or a thickening of the breast is the only symptom of breast cancer, rarely, it can present as a palpable lymph node in the armpit. However, with screening mammography, and seeing your doctor early – it can be detected at its earliest stage. 7. How do I know I have breast cancer? If your doctor suspects that your mass is a breast cancer, he will request for some imaging like mammography and breast ultra-

sound to characterize the mass. However, THE ONLY CONFIRMATORY diagnostic procedure is a BIOPSY procedure, either through needle or open biopsy. 8. What should I do when I have breast cancer? First, see a qualified doctor to take care of you. The first thing to be done is surgery. You can either have your whole breast removed (mastectomy) or have it preserved (breast conservation). Surgery is the cornerstone of treatment of breast cancer. 9. Are there other treatments needed after surgery? ADJUVANT treatments are added after surgery – meaning, they are added to improve survival and decrease the chance that breast cancer will come back. The following are the adjuvant treatments: • CHEMOTHERAPY is the giving of toxic medicines to kill whatever cancer cells remained in your system. • RADIATION is added to improve local control and prevent breast cancer from coming back. If conservation was done, radiation is a must • HORMONAL TREATMENT in the form of oral drugs are given to those with HORMONE RESPONSIVE

breast cancers (ER or PR positive tumors) 10. What has to be done when I completed treatment? There is always that risk that it may come back, so you need to see your doctor on a regular basis for surveillance. He will be requesting some tests to monitor you. 11. What are the stages of breast cancer and its significance? STAGE 0: Breast cancer cells are confined inside the milk ducts (In situ breast cancer) Cure is almost 100%. STAGE I: Breast cancer less than 2 cm in size with no axillary spread or distant organ spread. About 90% 5-year survival and 80% 10year survival. STAGE II: More than two cm in size, with or without axillary spread. About 70% 5 year and 60% 10 year survival. STAGE III: Locally advanced, more than 5 cm, with positive lymph nodes. 40% 5 and 35% 10 year survival STAGE IV: Metastatic, cancer has spread to other organs. 10% 5-year survival, less than 7% 10-year survival. Survival and chance for cure depends on the stage. The earliest the stage, the greater chances for cure. 12. What to do when cancer returns?

It has to be determined where the cancer has recurred, some recurrence have better prognosis than the other, you have to see your doctor immediately. There are many other questions that I get from my patients and in the many lectures I give to doctors and laymen alike. But these are the top 12 questions that everybody should basically know about breast cancer. There are many resources available on the web and on published articles. Just always remember, the best chance for breast cancer is getting it early. So be screened and be informed. DR. JOSE RHOEL C. DE LEON is a surgical oncologist, breast surgeon. He is a nationally recognized authority in breast cancer and has given many talks and lectures on the topic. He is the head of the Capitol University Medical Center Department of Surgery in Cagayan de Oro City, former national president of the Philippine Society of General Surgeons, and a member of the board – Surgical Oncology Society of the Philippines, and Philippine Breast Cancer Society. THE BREAST AND CANCER CLINIC ( breastclinicCDO)

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Musni and Dongkoy’s path to redemption TWO rival political personalities from my hometown of Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental in northern Mindanao, Philippines got together after 20 years and this meeting was made possible through their ties to Freemasonry. News of the meeting woke me up from my usual humdrum living since I count Tagoloan as my birthplace. I was shocked to learn that lawyer Oscar Pongase Musni is running as City Councilor in the second district of Cagayan de Oro City under the Padayon Pilipino banner of fellow Tagoloan native and exmayor Vicente Yap-Emano. Musni started his political career sometime in 1995 as a provincial board (PB) member. He was with the opposition when Emano was the governor. Even when Emano was the mayor of Cagayan de Oro City Musni—who later became a junior grand lecturer of Freemasonry was vocal about his critical views of Emano and his controversial policies. Even when his term ended in 2004, Musni’s views were largely independent on issues like the environment, sustainable development,

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and people’s empowerment and labor benefits. With this in mind, I sought answers on why there was a 180 degree turn around for Musni as he gears up to run for Cagayan de Oro City’s second district under Emano’s Padayon Pilipino camp. We had a conversation over at Facebook and I asked him why the change of position at this point when he was doing well in his law practice and he had established himself as an independent thinker on issues? Why now, I asked him. Both men are members of Freemasonry and are alumnus of St. Mary’s High School at Tagoloan, Misa-

mis Oriental. They were also neighbors as Emano’s ancestral house is only separated by a fence from the home of Musni’s maternal grandparents where the former PB member stayed while finishing high school. Musni calls Emano “Manong” but when Emano was governor, he would call him “gov.” Musni would admit that his Manong Donkoy was playful with the kids in the neighborhood. “Pilyo kaayo ni si Dongkoy kay ingnon siya ni Iya mamen (Emano’s mother)’ nga ‘Dongkoy, ayaw buhii ang mga iro kay ga dula ra ba kining mga apo ni Biyay (my maternal grandmother’s nickname) but despite the warning of his mother Dongkoy would set free the dogs (Dongkoy was naughty because his mother would tell him that ‘Dongkoy don’t release the dogs because my grandmother’s children would play but despite his mother’s warning Dongkoy would set the dogs free),” Musni said. I learned that Musni’s grandmother was a close friend of Iya Mamen (Emano’s mother) and a cousin Iya Paring Lee. His memories of that incident See REDEMPTION, page A11

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Think A Minute

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n We often neglect and hurt our own wife and children, the people who truly love us, because we try so hard to please and impress others.

thinks of us. We almost seem to have no shame or fear of God and His opinion of us. Even though at the end of our life, it’s only what our Maker thinks of us and whether we have truly lived His way that will decide where and how we live forever: in heaven or hell. God the Son even became a human being named Jesus Christ to die for all our wrongs and then come back to life, just so we could know how much our Creator loves us. Jesus cares more about you than anyone does! Especially those people you and I try so hard to please—those people who will feast at our funeral. So if we’re smart, we will stop living to please other people and start living Jesus Christ’s way to please Him. Always remember, at the end of your life it is only what Jesus your Judge will think of you that can save you. Just Think a Minute.

The Striker

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Pelaez and Duterte I AM not a magician or a fortune teller, but believe me Duterte is definitely running for president as I have predicted in my past articles. One thing I like with this guy is he listens to the clamor of his people. I remember Gandhi of India who once said about leadership, “there goes my people, I will follow them because I am their leader.” It was a brilliant idea of a leader who loved his people. Duterte has earlier asked for just short moments to convince his family for his decision to run. He told his supporters in Davao City who gathered around to wait a little time. He has filed his certificate of candidacy for reelection as mayor of Davao City but can still change it to the presidency. So it is becoming apparent that his decision to run for reelection in Davao City is not yet final after all. The old saying thus prevail “only fools do not change their minds.” In my case, I like Duterte to run because he is from Mindanao aside from other qualifications he posses. We need a Mindanaoan to lead us. We have been neglected for so long by Luzon and the Visayas leaders because we cannot put up a man in Malacanang. And why not? Is there a crisis in leaders in our island and that we cannot put up one. We have so many, but they were not given a chance to lead. In the first place, Mindanaoans are very difficult to lead because disunity and lack of cooperation towards each other is lacking. Then there is that jealousy that rule in the heart of would-be leaders pulling the ladder down to the ground. Before one could build up his future to lead, he is already down. We need to change our attitude and approach towards a common goal. See DUTERTE, page A11

Daily Inspiration


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“A friend is always loyal, and a These relationships need to be nurtured. brother is born to help in time of need.” Have you reached out to a friend -Proverbs 17:17 lately to offer some help or simply meet for lunch? It’s almost expected for our friends Make an effort to engage in an activity to be loyal and our family to help but together with a friend or family member. there is a precursor to this that we don’t Building your relationships will not always think about. go unnoticed over time.

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Pag-IBIG earns its third straight Unqualified Opinion from COA Pag-IBIG Fund earned its third straight Unqualified Opinion from the Commission on Audit (COA), a first in its 34-year history and proving again that the agency adheres to stringent International Financial Reporting Standards. “I am pleased to note, in my relatively short stay in Pag-IBIG, that it’s being run professionally and this Unqualified Opinion is a validation of that. Pag-IBIG Fund’s pursuit of excellence

in public service and its discipline in operations ultimately benefits Filipino workers,” said newly appointed Pag-IBIG Chairman Chito Cruz, who also heads the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC). Recently, COA released a copy of its Annual Audit Report on Pag-IBIG Fund for 2014. In the report, COA rendered an Unqualified Opinion “on the fairness of the presentation of the

financial statements of the Home Development Mutual Fund (Pag-IBIG Fund) as of December 31, 2014, and its financial performance and its cash flows for the year then ended in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards.” An Unqualified Opinion is the best opinion that the agency can get. According to COA’s Guidelines on the Preparation, Submission, and Transmittal of the Annual Audit Report, an Un-

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Sa Nobyembre 16, 2015 sa mga alas 9:00 sa buntag ang tanang butang naremati, isubasta diri sa tagsatagsa, nga buhatan nga ginganlan sa itaas. Tanang Butang penerenda nga wala malukat hangtud sa Hunyo 2015, maapil sa subasta. Giawhag ang tanang suki sa pagsusi sa ilang resibo.

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President and CEO Atty. Darlene Marie B. Berberabe. COA’s latest Unqualified Opinion for Pag-IBIG’s financial statement is the fifth Unqualified Opinion received by the state housing agency overall. In 2007 and 2008, it received back-toback Unqualified Opinions, then for three consecutive years in 2012, 2013, and 2014. “This is an accomplishment that we at Pag-IBIG are very proud of. Year after year, we strive to be an institution that our members can count on, an agency that they can trust, and a company that assures a better future for our 15.7 million members,” Berberabe said.

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Plane passenger in Davao nabbed for bringing live ammo DAVAO City -- A passenger bound for Manila on Friday morning was arrested inside the F. Bangoy International Airport after he was allegedly found bringing two pieces of live ammunition in his baggage. The suspect was identified as Augusto Dagan Y. Dorde, 60, married, a resident of 1980 Damacara St., Quezon City. Based on the report of the Philippine National Police Aviation Security GroupAviation Security Unit 11, Dorde was scheduled to board PAL flight PR 1814 bound for Manila at around 11:40 a.m. when he was

arrested after his baggage passed through the initial screening check point. After noticing an image of ammunition in his luggage, security screening officer Arell Mark M. Villareal called PO3 Glenn Jay F. Galon who arrested the suspect for violation of Presidential Decree No. 1866, as amended by Republic Act 8294. RA 8294 penalizes “illegal/unlawful possession, manufacture, dealing in, acquisition or disposition of firearms, ammunition, or explosives or instruments used in the manufacture of firearms, ammunition or

explosives, and imposing stiffer penalties for certain violation.” In a text message, Chief Insp. Eugene Balugo, chief of F. Bangoy International Airport’s Police Station and PNP Aviation Security Unit 11, said the suspect was detained at the Sasa Police Station but he was released in the afternoon of the same day after he posted bail. “We are continuing to enhance the security system at the airport most especially ngayon Undas kasi naka full alert kami (we are on full alert for Undas),” he said. Last month, Ian Maxwell,


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She called on the participants to make the best of the DAVAO City--Gabriela Party- experience regardless of its list Representative Luzviminda outcome. Ilagan urged the young to hone “Welcome the presence their skills in public speaking and friendship of your fellow which may come handy as contestant for you are felthey work in the future. low travelers in this journey Speaking in the 13th Ora- for self-improvement and torical contest for stundents the quest for honor for your under the Secondary and Ter- school. This of this occasion tiary Level schools in Davao as an opportunity to test your City held at the Davao City skills and the challenge to Library, she said nervousness, your character when you feelings of insecurity and the are confronted with the final desire to win are all normal in results,” Ilagan said. situations prior to the contest She also dared the participroper. pants to be gracious in defeat “They contribute to the and humble in victory since totality of human emotions the contest could be a part of that will fuel the adrenalin the grand scheme of things, that will make you do your a training ground for future best in this competition,” endeavors. Ilagan said. Ilagan recalled that her She cited the fact that work as a legislator has been since the students reached the made easier because of her final competition proper was experience in oratorical conalready a victory in itself, a tests. cut above others in the whole “You will one day look ground. back on this activity as one Ilagan said the experi- of the turning point of your ence of training is a learning life, though may not be a process while competing with triumph served on a silver others might be a humbling platter. You will lose some or a triumphant part of life and win some, That is how which might help chart ones the will of life turns,” she behavior in involving in this stressed. (PIA 11-Joey Sem kind of activities. G. Dalumpines) By Joey Sem G. Dalumpines of PIA

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within franchise areas of distribution utilities with embedded generators since the slack is too great and can only be dealt with manual road dropping by the DUs. “PSALM only gave us 50+MW and other IPPs another 50MW so our short would be about 70MW during peak periods,” said Jaime Rafael U. Paguio, Senior Vice President of the Cagayan Power and Light Co. (CEPALCO) in an SMS to this writer. “We will have to curtail.” The power shortage has been aggravated by the lack of concrete government action against errant landowners in District 2 of the Mindanao Grid in Lanao del Norte. Landowners in District 2 of the Mindanao grid in the vicinity of Balo-I, Lanao del Norte have planted trees under the Right-ofWay(ROW) of transmission lines operated by the NGCP that have now grown to heights that trigger faults in the power lines linking the hydroelectric power plants in Iligan City and Lanao del Sur to the Mindanao grid. In the latest incident reported by NGCP Tuesday (October 27, 2015), almost 30 megawatts (MW) supplied by the Agus 1 hydroelectric plant was isolated from the Mindanao grid as a landowner refused NGCP to conduct line maintenance and repair activities within his property. The plant was isolated

from the grid at 9:14 a.m. Tuesday when the Agus 2 and Agus 1 138-kV tie line tripped and could not be repaired immediately because landowner identified as Mitmug Dimaampao refused NGCP lineman entry to his property. Dimaampao is the same landowner who previously barred NGCP linemen from entering his property to trim trees he himself planted which obstruct the transmission lines. The tie line was finally energized at the Agus 2 switchyard side at 11:37 in the morning. The tie line is operated and maintained by the state-owned National Power Corp., and private concessionaire grid operator NGCP assisted in the efforts to restore power. In a statement, the NGCP reiterated its appeal for the public’s cooperation and warned that right of way violations along transmission lines compromise not just the safety of the people, but also the security of the power grid.

Because of Mindanao’s current power situation, the isolation of any power plant from the grid may result in more load curtailment during peak hours to allocate whatever power is available to the rest of the customers. Starting Monday, October 26, CEPALCO resumed rotating brownouts allegedly due to the “curtailments implemented by the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Corporation (PSALM) due to the reduced capacity of Agus plants” and would implement emergency load droppings within its franchise area Cagayan de Oro City and the adjacent Misamis Oriental municipalities of Tagoloan, Villanueva and Jasaan. Earlier last Saturday (October 17), NGCP’s right-of-way (ROW) woes breached critical level with the sustained tripping of the Agus 2-Kibawe Line 1 in Mindanao at 9:39 a.m. on October 17. “The tripping of the line was caused by a fallen tree

cutting the line conductors. This leaves NGCP with only one line catering to the Agus 1 and 2 power plants and threatening the entire Mindanao island with complete isolation from these hydropower plants should the remaining line become unavailable,” the company said in a media statement. The situation is further aggravated by landowners refusing entry to NGCP personnel deployed to clear and restore these lines which are vital to the grid. “It has become the practice of some landowners to intentionally plant trees or build structures under high voltage transmission lines, and demand for recompense when we seek entry into

the property to conduct maintenance activities. The trees and other structures under our facilities breach our safety clearances and endanger the reliability of the entire grid,” NGCP stressed. The company has dispatched an urgent request to the Department of Energy (DOE) and Philippine Army to assist in the negotiations with landowners and clear the lines. The frequent dips in voltage and frequency are adversely affecting household appliances and industrial equipment. “NGCP is seeking all avenues of support, from the DOE to the military to the public. We are also appealing to the local govern-

ment units for a resolution prohibiting tree-planting and building any structure under transmission lines. This does not only affect NGCP or the hydroplants, which form the bulk of their power supply, but all the power consumers in Mindanao stand to bear even longer power interruptions,” the company said. NGCP is a privately owned cor p oration in charge of operating, maintaining, and developing the country’s power grid. It transmits high-voltage electricity through “power superhighways” that include the interconnected system of transmission lines, towers, substations, and related assets.

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Republic of the Philippines Province of Davao del Sur CITY OF DIGOS OFFICE OF THE CITY CIVIL REGISTRAR Publication Notice R.A. 10172

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC October 29, 2015


In Compliance with the publication requirement and pursuant to OCRG Memorandum Circular No. 2013-1 Guidelines in the Implementation of the Administrative Order No. 1 Series of 2012 (IRR on R.A. 10172), Notice is hereby served to the public that ROGENE C. CONAT has filed with this Office, a petition for correction of entry in sex from “FEMALE” to “MALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of ROGENE CRISPINO CONAT at Digos, Davao del Sur and whose parents are Ruben R. Conat and Ferlynda S. Crispino. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than November 18, 2015.

In compliance with Section 5 RA 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public that MERLIE V. PAYAD-DONDOYANO has filed with this Office a petition for change of First Name from MERLIE to ERMELINDA in the Birth Certificate of MERLIE V. PAYAD who was born on October 9, 1959 at Paniqui, Tarlac and whose parents are SEGUNDO M. PAYAD and MARCELINA A. VINOYA.

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PRA Form No. 10.1 (LCRO) 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 NANCY G. GARSUTA 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 NANCY SALVO GUERRERO who was born on March 1, 1964 in Cagayan de Oro City and whose parents are ALBERTO ECHAVEZ GUERRERO and LOURDES FUENTES SALVO. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than November 9, 2015. (SGD.) NORMA S. DIPUTADO City Civil Registrar MDN: Nov. 2 & 9, 2015

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DL Nutritional, DL8 Therapy taking care of health in Oro Story by MARK FRANCISCO, Lifestyle Editor

DL Nutritional, located at 997 Luminarias St. in Cagayan de Oro City, has been serving the health needs of Cagayanons and those living in nearby areas for the past seven years. Delving mostly a Master’s program in based on nutritional Public Health from the medicine, DL Adventist International Nutritional and DL8 Institute of Advanced Therapy offer various Studies in Silang, Cavite programs tailor-made but did not finish it for each individual because he proceeded patient’s health a supplement course history. leading to a Doctoral DL Nutritional and degree. DL8 Therapy were Although Lajot started by Dr. Dorwin was a degree holder Lajot in 2009 took up in theology from

Mountain View College in Valencia City, he decided to pursue a health-inclined course, driven by the fact that his father died young

at the age of 29 when Dorwin was still seven years old. “He died of a lifestyle related disease. We all can

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change our lifestyles into healthy ones. And that I feel is my calling,” Dr. Lajot said. While slowly starting both DL Nutritional and DL8 Therapy, Dr. Lajot painstakingly concocted a diet program that would fit the Filipino palate, and more importantly, the availability of indigenous yet nutritious food. To help himself, he diligently took up a doctorate of ministry in nutritional medicine at The Open Seminary in Malate, Manila in 2012, a post-doctorate in lifestyle medicine in Harvard Medical School in 2013 and an additional online course of Health Diet and Nutrition from Ireland-based Alison. com in 2008. His efforts soon paid off. Lajot was admitted to the American Society for Nutrition by 2014.

Yet all these years, patients in his DL Nutritional and DL8 Therapy clinic at Camaman-an began swelling. Today, he receives an average of ten patients a day. His program consists of eight sessions with the number of days per session varying, totaling around three months. “There have been lots of success stories – patients who had diabetes, patients who were obese and they have successfully recovered from their condition,” Lajot quipped. His non-invasive detoxification program makes you lose fats while you hydrate and nourish. For more information on how to avail of the program of DL Nutritional and DL8 Therapy, you may come anytime from Mondays to Fridays at 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

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MDPPA steers road safety training for kids in a new direction

More than any other individuals, children are most vulnerable to road crashes for various reasons. Last year alone, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) reported 400 fatal road accidents in Metro Manila, more than 200 of which involved children 15 years and below. Cognizant of this fact, the Motorcycle Development Program Participants Association (MDPPA), the leading organization of motorcycle manufacturers ,composed of Honda Philippines Inc., Kawasaki Motors Philippines Corporation, Suzuki Philippines Inc., Yamaha Motor Philippines Inc., and Kymco Philippines, Inc. promoting road safety for all, conducts the Road Safety Seminar for Children for free using interactive road safety education activities right in the campuses of different elementary schools in Metro

Manila as part of the organization’s advocacy. Rodel Pablo, president of MDPPA, explained the importance of the activity, “Sadly, a large number of the adult population in the country either don’t follow road safety rules, or are not actively teaching their kids. Training the children about road safety would significantly reduce the rate of road crashes in the future.”

“A major cause of road crashes is the intentional ignorance of traffic rules,” said Engr. Alberto Suansing, Secretary General of the Philippine Global Road Safety Partnership (PGRSP), a non-profit organization that brings together government agencies, business entities and civil society to address global and local road safety issues. “We have to inculcate

the habit of following traffic rules among children, and impress on them the ideas that discipline and adherence to safety practices—for example, as simple as wearing a helmet when riding a motorcycle and crossing the road using the pedestrian lane—are what will save their lives. The best way to start is to simplify the lessons by using visual and practical learning strategies,” added

Suansing, who is also the former assistant secretary of the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) and was in concurrent capacity as Chief of the Land Transportation Office (LTO). The Road Safety Seminar for Children

is also in pace with the UN Road Safety Collaboration’s global campaign called “#SaveKidsLives”, which aims to make roads safer for everyone especially the children. MDPPA plans to hold the seminar in more elementary schools this quarter.

HPI Celebrates with Guanzon Budget Bike – Kymco Royal Visa R for their 70th Year Anniversary

The year round celebration of Guanzon’s 70th Anniversary continues as it celebrated its 3rd leg last at Robinsons Calasiao in Pangasinan. Hundreds of motorcycle enthusiasts participated during the activity which commenced with motorcade around Calasiao and Dagupan. Right after the motorcade, the riders were welcomed warmly and invited to proceed to the activity area to officially open the event. To show support

to one of our dealers, HPI showcased its line-up of automatic models during the festival’s display. Honda also opened its way to the talented

people of Pangasinan through the Honda Otso Talento Competition. HPI will also be at Guanzon Festival’s last leg happening this January.

As residents of a thirdworld nation like ours, we are usually required to secure a travel visa in order for us to go touring abroad. The process of getting one is not only costly, but time consuming as well. There’s always even the possibility of having your application denied by the host country. Yet, if you only need to travel a short distance from point A to point B, Kymco Philippines has a visa that is readily available for everyone. The Kymco Royal Visa R is the Taiwanese firm’s latest offering for us budget-conscious Filipinos who need a reliable mode of transportation to combat the daily commute. It is powered by a basic 107 cc, air-cooled single cylinder

engine that produces 4.8 kw@7000 rpm and 7.6 nm@4000 rpm. Power is delivered to the rear wheel via a four-speed auto-clutch transmission that can be operated by the most novice of riders. Its 95-kilogram dry weight also makes the Royal Visa R an easy bike to ride. The Royal Visa R’s price tag also makes owning one easy on the pocket as well. At P 39,500, it is probably the most affordable commuter under bone from a reputable brand. You also get features that are not offered by competing brands in the category such as a halogen headlight, a passing switch and a front hydraulic disc brake. The Royal Visa R is not particularly fast, but it does the job nonetheless. It is

perfect for traveling short distances around town but no one can stop you if you want to make it a long-distance tourer. The seat and the ergonomics are certainly comfortable enough. The only drawback is that you get a noticeable amount of vibration on the grips and on the saddle as you run at speeds higher than 60 kilometers per hour. Though, for some, that might even be a come-on. To know more about the Kymco Royal Visa R, you may visit ph

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God wants you to leave good legacy The Gospel of Jesus Christ (October30, 2015-Friday) Mark 12:18-27- If a man’s brother die, and leave [his] wife [behind him], and leave no children, that his brother should take his wife, and raise up seed unto his brother. Now there were seven brethren: and the first took a wife, and dying left no seed. And the second took her, and died, neither left he any seed: and the third likewise. And the seven had her, and left no seed: last of

all the woman died also. In the resurrection therefore, when they shall rise, whose wife shall she be of them? for the seven had her to wife. And Jesus answering said unto them, do ye not therefore err, because ye know not the scriptures, neither the power of God? You are just living temporary and soon; you will go to eternity. Before it happens, have a constant training on how to be saved. Your daily existence is given to you for

a great reason for you to do. Do the right things consistently because this is the absolute key to inherit the kingdom of the living God. From this earth you will be raised to heaven if God can see that you are ready and prepared very well. The reason why you are living too long on this earth is not an accident but he has a purposed for you to repent and change. God doesn’t want to lose you after this life. He wants you to be with him

in eternal life without end. Use your time exactly and wisely because every day is a new day for you to do the will of the living God. He wants you to do a certain thing with a big love. He wants you to connect to him by calling him always. The more you are connected to God; the more you have the big chance to be with him in Paradise. Ephesians 5:15-16”Therefore be careful how you walk, not as unwise men but as wise, making the most of your time,


Every school year the Department of Education celebrates, revived the scouting skills of the students and set a training course to renew one’s skill or knowledge, with this year’s theme, “I Imagine, I Achieve, I Serve”. The Division of Misamis Oriental conducted a simultaneous activity for Joint BSP/GSP Encampment and Star/Cub Scouts play day. The aforementioned activity was joined by the Alubijid District last September 18-19, 2015. The memorable event took its joyous activities in

Sampatulog Integrated School, Sampatulog, Alubijid, Misamis Oriental. It started with the registration of participants and followed by a mass with Msgr. Elmer S. Abacahin, PC SSJV as the celebrant. In his moralizing talk, he shared his experiences during his school days as once a scouter. He clearly emphasized that scouting taught him the virtues of patience and discipline. The encampment took its proper orientation for the flow of the different scheduled activities both for BSP/GSP. The scouters and activity in charge were excited to do their task. Games such as bamboo cooking, knot tying, tripod, and fire building were done successfully by the scouters. One of the exciting moment’s highlights of the student participants was the obstacle course. Scouters underwent different stages of

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survival like crawling, jumping, running, crossing the monkey bridge and climbing the web designed rope. During the evening celebration, the scouters took their torches as part of the torch parade around the designated trail of Barangay Sampatulog. The campfire was then followed with showcasing the different talents in the Scout Palabas. For the second day of the activity encampment, with the wake up whistle of the troop leaders, the participants then had their Zumba or Aerobic dance as part of their warmup exercise, this was led by selected scouts and troop leaders. It was followed by the activity for Star/ Cub scouts, despite the striking heat of the sun, the scouts continued to participate with the game(s) like Towel Rolling, Sent the Pig

Home, Fish Blowing, Planting Rice and etc. The enthusiasm and the spirit of sportsmanship kindled among scouters. The moral and physical support of the parents was there. The happiness and appreciation of the different achievements were recognized. The encampment celebration was a day everybody both students, teachers and parents. The mixed emotions of the activity in-charge, troop leaders and district coordinators were immeasurable because of the great success. At the end of the day, everyone took its responsibility for the community service to clean, arrange and return things as it used to be. The Joint BSP/GSP Encampment and Star/Cub Play Day adjourned with the Closing Program and Community Singing. Everyone went home, though exhausted but with sweet smile.

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include Emano’s enjoyment of seeing his cousins and friends run for their lives from the dogs. One would think really that Dongkoy is a mean rascal, but Musni would later remember that Dongkoy would buy “galleta” on seeing the boys catching their breath. Musni said Dongkoy has a strong urge to prove that he, even with his formidable mean appearance and behavior, has a kindness in him. “And I think that is what he remembers from his mother, who was such an elegant and soft-spoken lady,” Musni said. A little throwback; In 2013, when Dongkoy and Musni were out of government service, Musni started calling Emano “Manong” again whenever they meet during Freemasonry gatherings. “Dongkoy wants to redeem himself and thus he strives to become the better person or mayor. I remember him as a very generous person bisan og ang iyang nawong bugat kaayo (even if his face looks mean),” Musni said. During these Freemasonry meetings the two men started talking about the past and the Masonic teachings on faith, hope and charity. Musni said Dongkoy wants to redeem himself and thus he strives to become the better person or mayor. He argued with me on the allegations raised against Emano, saying the former mayor has no record of corruption. If there were cases of corruption leveled at him, Musni argued that they were related to political lapses and bad choices brought about by political survival. Even these cases were dismissed, Musni said. “He has no record of corruption,” he said. “Dongkoy is concerned with his legacy. I told him when I was in my first term as board member that all public officials will have to bow down to the judgment of history. And eventually history will not judge you kindly,” Musni told me. Then we started to talk about the Masonic teachings he learned. Based on my readings of Freemasonry, it teaches the values of temperance, fortitude, prudence, justice, humility, faith, hope and charity through allegories and symbols. “Dongkoy will not refuse the hand of a brother extended to him in distress. He might have some lapses on this borne out by political malpractices which are to relegate the enemy to dark corners,” Musni said. In after a long while, Musni said Dongkoy realized that he is not living up to the tenets he has deeply and spiritually sworn to uphold and keep. “Luoy

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pod Dongkoy. Naningkamot gyud sya nga (I sympathize with Dongkoy. He’s working hard towards realizing that) he will be remembered kindly.” We continued to talk about it over Facebook and I played the devil’s advocate, but Musni was sold to the idea that Dongkoy means what he said when he intimated that he wanted to be remembered kindly. Who can argue with that, pray tell me. This only demonstrates that there is no permanent friends in politics. Personally, I can only hope to sit down with Dongkoy Emano and look straight in his eyes to see if this comes from the core of his soul. I hope Emano’s humble enough to forget his enemies and to remember that his running for Cagayan de Oro’s mayoral post is not only about being remembered kindly by history and his constituents but to serve all and well, forgetting about himself. In the event that he runs and wins, I hope history will be kind to Dongkoy lest Musni comes after him again. As the noted author and apologist, C.S Lewis,once said, “Humility is not thinking less of yourself, but thinking of yourself less.” On that note, I have yet to finish my talk with Oscar Musni but I hope to write more about it next time. (Susan Palmes-Dennis is a veteran journalist from Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental in Northern Mindanao in the Philippine and is now employed in one of the school systems in the Carolinas). Read her blogs on susanpalmesstraightfrom the and at http:// These and other articles also appear at ph/author/2582/susanpalmes-dennis. You can also connect with her through her Pinterest account at pin/41025046580074350/) https://w w w.faceb o ok. com/pages/Straightfrom-the-Carolinas-/494156950678063

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Maning Pelaez nearly made it, but fate, failed his dreams to become president of the country. Not so many

people knew how much I was close to Pelaez. I slept in his house in Medina, we met several times and had breakfast with him and his wife in Mapawa, we exchanged messages and phone calls when I was in Houston, TX, he invited me to visit him at the Philippine Embassy in Washington when he was the ambassador, etc. He never gained ground to become a chief executive but I felt he was so near. Pelaez was a great man, a great politician, a genuine and true leader. I hope someone, someday will fit his shoes and lead. I urge all politicians and people in Mindanao to join hands and ask God for his guidance to give us honor and pride to produce a top leader of the country. We had so much of deprivations in employment, food and shelters and all these things can only be handled appropriately if we have a leader who specifically care. The moment is now that we must rally behind a good leader in the person of a Mindanaoan whom we can trust. I regret I am so far from Mindanao and my age would not warrant me to do the harsh jobs of getting people united for a common objective. I would love to do it even in my retirement days for the betterment of our people in our island. Sometimes I wish to cry, why our leaders failed to notice the potentials of our islands in terms of economy, development, progress and revenue. People overlooked us without reasons and here we plead our case to the mercy of the heavens. We need to rise from the rubble of our failures into the pedestal of success.

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to refurbish the prosecutor’s dilapidated building, Emano also instructed the provincial budget office to charge any budget deficiency of the prosecutor’s office to the Office of the Governor. Emano has taken the move after the office of the provincial prosecution read an open letter addressed to the provincial governor’s office during the regular flag ceremony last Monday. In the statement, the prosecutors lamented about an overworked and undercompensated members of the provincial prosecution office who have a very slim

PRA Form No. 10.1 (LCRO) 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. 9048, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that ELIZABETH L. DIVINA has filed with this Office a petition for the change of first name from “ISIDRA” to “ELIZABETH” in the Certificate of Live Birth of ISIDRA LIGAHON who was born on May 15, 1955 in Cagayan de Oro City and whose parents are JUSTINO LIGAHON and ANITA LIM. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than November 9, 2015.

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chance of attending even the prosecutors’ annual convention for lack of support from the provincial government. “The prosecutors are cramped in two small cubicles on the 2nd floor of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) building here without privacy during the conduct of preliminary investigations and inquest proceedings,” the statement said. The prosecutors also expressed the fear they may not be paid the allowances for the months of October to December this year and might not be able to attend the annual convention of prosecutors due to lack of funds. The prosecution handles about 1,345 cases, which are divided by14 prosecutors at 96 cases each. The heavy load in the hearing of the cases is exacerbated since the prosecutors hold office in a cramped office, the statement said. In response, Emano instructed the prosecutors to process their travel papers so that the provincial prosecutors could attend the scheduled national convention this year.

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leaders and enjoined the relatives, friends, and Lumads who have joined the armed struggle to return to the main stream and live normal lives. Anaclito Sagula a.k.a. “Datu Mantungkaban,” one of the respected leaders of the Higa-onon tribal communities, urged the NPA rebels to spare the tribal communities from the armed struggle and leave the ancestral lands. In his message of peace, Sagula said that the presence of the NPA rebels in the ancestral lands endanger the lives of the Lumads because once the government troopers come, the ancestral land is turned into a strife-torn

tribal homeland. Tagros said that Lumads also offered a prayer for the late Mayor Mario T. Okinlay, the town mayor of Impasugong, Bukidnon and the late Mayor Dario E. Otaza, of Loreto town in Agusan del Sur. Both Okinlay and Otaza were Lumads who led their people toward peace and prosperity, but were murdered by the NPAs who, after their brutal executions, made trumped-up charges in order to justify the barbaric killings, Martinez said. Lt. Col.Lennon G. Babilonia, Commanding Officer of the 8IB based here, thanked the Lumads for the continued support and commitment to peace. Babilonia said that peace is necessary for the safety and well-being of and the attainment of a quality and progressive life for the Filipino people.

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in effect of the El Nino. Thus, customers within the Davao Light franchise had to experience emergency power interruptions of within 30 minutes to 1 hour due to the power supply shortage. At around 9 in the evening, the NGCP activated an under frequency due to the sudden interruption of Agus-Kibawe 138 kV Line caused by the emergency shutdown of the two plants in Agus complex. This has resulted to a power interruption in certain areas within Davao Light. These causes 1) derated capacity of one of the plants in Agus complex and Pulangi hydroelectric plant, and 2) the NGCP shutdown of Agus-Kibawe line led to the 150 MW grid deficiency in Mindanao. AFFIDAVIT OF SELF-ADJUDICATION WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE

Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the deceased EUSEBIO BACORRO, who died on October 28, 1962 in Bura, Catarman, Camiguin Province; based on the Extra-Judicial Settlement And Partition of the Estate of Dorotea Bacarro-Calustre, Eusebio Bacorro, Leoncia Bacorro-Canales, Eustaquio Bacorro and Angela Bacorro-Magto dated August 15, 2015 and notarized as Doc. No. 423; Page No. 85; Book No. 188; Series of 2015 of the notarial registry of Atty. Mario Juni, was allocated as his share the following described portion; TECHNICAL DESCRIPTIONS Lot 946-A EUSEBIO BACORRO “A PARCEL OF LAND (Lot 946-A of the subdivision plan, being the portion of LOT 946, CAD 194), situated in the Barangay of CATIBAC, Municipality of Catarman, Province of Camiguin. Containing an area of FOUR THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED TWELVE (4,112) SQUARE METERS more or less, is the subject of AFFIDAVIT OF ADJUDICATION BY THE SOLE/COMPULSORY HEIR OF THE DECEASED EUSEBIO BACORRO, made and entered namely; LEONILA B. ESTEVEZ, of legal age, Filipino, married and resident of Block 26, Lot 9, Johndorf Subdivision, Barra, Opol, Misamis Oriental; the only surviving heir/ granddaughter and the sole and the only compulsory heir. As per Doc. No. 127; Page No. 26; Book No. 189; Series of 2015; under Notary public of ATTY. MARIO T. JUNI.

Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the deceased JONATHAN V. CARLOS, who died on July 31, 2006 in Jasaan, Misamis Oriental; during his lifetime, owned a parcel of land which is registered under his own name JONATHAN V. CARLOS, and located at Kimaya, Jasaan, Misamis Oriental and which property is more particularly described as follows; ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. P-19322 “A PARCEL OF LAND, Lot 864, Cad-367, case 8, situated in the barrio of Kimaya, Mun. of Jasaan, Prov. of Misamis, containing an area of TWO THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED SEVENTY (2,870) square meters, is the subject of AFFIDAVIT OF SELFADJUDICATION WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE, made and entered by; ESTRELLA V. CARLOS, of legal age, Filipino, widow and resident of Poblacion, Jasaan, Misamis Oriental, the mother and sole compulsory surviving heir. That for and in consideration of the sum of TWO HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND PESOS (P250,000.00), is hereby acknowledged from the VENDEE SPS. ISMAEL ROY D. ZARATE AND VILMA GRACE G. ZARATE, Filipino, and residents of 1064 Kimaya, Jasaan, Misamis Oriental. I, ESTRELLA V. CARLOS, being the sole and the compulsory/ surviving heir of my deceased son JONATHAN V. CARLOS, I do hereby SELL, TRANSFER and CONVEY, to the VENDEE, SPS. ISMAEL ROY D. ZARATE AND VILMA GRACE G. ZARATE, the above-described parcel of land. As per Doc. No. 388; Page No. 78; Book No. 189; Series of 2015; under Notary public of ATTY. MARIO T. JUNI.

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In effect, Davao Light’s average power supply allocation within the day goes down to 109 MW, which is way lower than its contracted supply of 273 MW. Adding other power supply contracts of Davao Light with Hedcor Sibulan and Talomo, Therma Marine Inc. and Therma South Inc. together with the power generated from the Bajada Power Plant and the power saved from activating the Interruptible Load Program, the franchise will have a total average supply of 258 MW. However, this is still not enough to supply the forecasted average demand for the day, which is 285 MW, giving a 27MW deficiency within the Davao Light franchise. The 27MW deficiency will now result in a two-hour rotating power interruption. Davao Light systems operations engineers are closely coordinating with the NGCP and the NPC/ PSALM to get an hourly update on the power supply situation. The company will give its customers update if there’s any on any improvement in the power supply situation. EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late PILAR TAYABAS BRIONES, whose residence at the time of her death was South Poblacion, Maramag, Bukidnon, leaving a parcel of land conjugally owned owned with her husband and herein Heir and Waivor, CRESENCIO V. BRIONES, which parcel of land is herein described to wit; ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. AO-483 “A Parcel of Land (Lot 2951, SWO-42001-CASE-20) situated in Barangay Panalsalan, Municipality of Maramag, Province of Bukidnon, containing an area of TWENTY TWO THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED THIRTY SEVEN (22,537) SQUARE METERS, is the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE, executed by and among; CRESENCIO V. BRIONES, of legal age, Filipino, widower, and a resident of Butong, Quezon, Bukidnon; FELIPA B. CAPARIDA, of legal age, Filipino, married, and a resident of Quezon, Bukidnon; DIOSDADO T. BRIONES, of legal age, Filipino, married, and a resident of Quezon, Bukidnon; ESTERLITA B. NUFABLE, of legal age, Filipino, married and a resident of Quezon, Bukidnon; EMELDA T. BRIONES, of legal age, Filipino, single and a resident of Quezon, Bukidnon; HELARIO T. BRIONES, of legal age, Filipino, married, and a resident of Panalsalan, Maramag, Bukidnon; DIOCELINA B. BARCELONA, of legal age, Filipino, married, and a resident of P-2, Panalsalan, Maramag, Bukidnon; CRESENCIO T. BRIONES, JR., of legal age, Filipino, married, and a resident of Dagumbaan, Maramag, Bukidnon; ARSENIA B. NESTOR, of legal age, Filipino, married, and a resident of Valencia City, Bukidnon; represented by her son DANNY B. NESTOR, likewise of legal age, Filipino, married and a resident of Quezon, Bukidnon; ROMUALDO T. BRIONES, of legal age, Filipino, married, and a resident of Quezon, Bukidnon; As per Doc. No. 290; Page No. 58; Book No. XXXVIII; Series of 2015; under Notary public of ATTY. JOSE JOEL P. DOROMAL. MDN: OCT. 26, NOV. 2, & 9, 2015

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A group of 37 farmer leaders and agricultural technicians from Lantapan, Bukidnon province attended a training workshop on various sustainable, treebased farming systems, as promoted by the World Agroforestry Centre. This was one of the activities during the second year of the Climate-smart, Tree-based Co-investment in Adaptation and Mitigation in Asia (Smart Tree-Invest) project in the Philippines. Smart Tree-Invest is supported by the International Fund for Agricultural Development and the CGIAR Research Program on Forests, Trees and Agroforestry. Farmer leaders from 11 of the 14 villages of Lantapan and technicians from the Municipal Agriculture Office visited the Conservation Agriculture with Trees (CAWT) Center in Claveria town in the province of Misamis Oriental from July 13 to July 14, 2015. Some of the participants were also representatives of active farmers’ and irrigators’ organizations and the Talaandig tribe in Lantapan. The participants learned about different farming systems and practices, such as vegetable agroforestry, rubber agroforestry, cocoa agroforestry, conservation agriculture with trees, rainwater harvesting and the use of animal-built embankments and animal-drawn scrapers. Dr Agustin Mercado Jr, the World Agroforestry Centre research manager at CAWT, discussed these systems along with the role

Farmer leaders and technicians from the agriculture office in the municipality of Lantapan in the province of Bukidnon are learning about sustainable, tree-based farming that can help them adapt to climate change.

Farmers and agricultural technicians from Lantapan, southern Philippines listen to Dr Mercado explain the different agroforestry systems at the CAWT Center. Photo: World Agroforestry Centre/Kharmina Paola Anit-Evangelista

of trees in climate-change adaptation. One of the farmers noted during the evaluation of the training workshop that, “for me, trees on farms are important because they help in conserving nutrients in

the soil and protecting our cash crops.” During the training, they also planned how to integrate the systems into their own farms and villages. The farmers sketched the current and desired states of

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“I will practise what I learned from this training and share it with the other farmers in my village,” confirmed one of the participants. The farmers were consulted as well regarding

the development of a “coinvestment scheme” in their municipality. Such a scheme typically involves communities and other sectors investing in the protection of environmental services, such as clean air, clean water and reduced soil erosion. They discussed who should participate in any such scheme, what activities could be funded through co-investment, and where, when and how these activities might be conducted. The participants identified specific climate-smart, treebased farming activities that could be funded through co-investment. These included nursery development, provision of seedlings, and further training. “Overall, the participants were very active throughout the training and very eager to present their workshop outputs,” noted Regine Evangelista, one of the Smart Tree-Invest researchers in the Philippines. She also noted that some participants borrowed publications from the CAWT Center to learn more about the farming systems. One of the objectives of the Smart Tree-Invest project is to enable local communities to devise climatesmart, tree-based adaptation practices in collaboration with local government and the private sector. The project team hoped that the farmers would share what learned during the training with other farmers in their communities. By practising these farming systems themselves, the farmer leaders will inspire fellow farmers to do the same.

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