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VOL. XXV NO. 026

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16, 2013

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NEWS
Roxas no show at presscon upsets local media in Northern Samar
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Graft charges filed against Mayor Romualdez, 10 others


BY JOEY A. GABIETA, Staff Writer

Man accuses another of threats


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TACLOBAN CITY- Mayor Alfred Romualdez of this city is facing a complaint for allegedly depriving the city government of more than P94 million potential income relative to the purchase of lots at the city new bus terminal by two private establishments.
The complaint, filed by opposition Councilor Neil Glova before the Office of the OmbudsmanVisayas here in Tacloban yesterday morning, however, was dismissed by one of the legal aides of Romualdez. The Romualdez aide, who asked not to be identified for not being authorized, said that the complaint was nothing but a media blitz, by Glova, who is seeking for a possible second term as
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Man accuses another of threats


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No reconciliation yet - Delgado


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DA, PCIC forge agreement


TACLOBAN CITY The Department of Agriculture (DA) and the Philippine Crop Insurance Corporation (PCIC) has forged a deal in the implementation of the P9.7 million crop insurance premium subsidy in the region for 2013. The amount is almost double than the P5 million allocated by the DA in 2012 for crop insurance of rice farmers in Eastern Visayas. Under the agree-

EVs prawn capital needs more govt support


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Sun and clouds mixed with a slight chance of thunderstorms during the a ernoon. High 87F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 30%.

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House Assistant Minority Leader and Leyte (1st dist) Rep. Ferdinand Martin FM Romualdez (left) welcome Senator Bongbong Marcos (right) at Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport in Tacloban City. Rep.Romualdez and Sen. Marcos attended the Mass and feast celebration of Sto Nio in Tanauan Leyte.
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Leyte Gov. Mimiette Satorre Bagulaya receives from Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Regional Director Pedro Noval, Jr. the P7M check representing the cash prize of the 2012 Seal of Good Housekeeping Bronze Award. The said amount shall be used by the provincial government to construct the dietary building of the Leyte Provincial Hospital. DILG Provincial Director Artemio Caneja (in blue barong) and Asst. Regional Director Arnel Agabe witnessed the turn over. Photo by: DON ROMERO

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NEWS

Wednesday, 16 January 2013

CATARMAN, Northern Samar Members of the local media in Northern Samar were upset when Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas did not show up at the press conference that was set with him during his visit to the province last Sunday. Fermin Honey, station manager of DySM Aksyon Radyo based in Catarman, expressed the offense he felt as he arrived at the venue an hour earlier only to find out that the Secretary was not coming to the scheduled press conference. Virgilio Besarino, also of the same radio station, was appalled at the apparently elusive official, who snubbed the press conference without leaving any notice or explanation to the waiting media men. This is nothing new to us.But we hope this will not happen again, said Peregrino Arillo, publisher of Waraynon

Roxas no show at presscon upsets local media in Northern Samar


Weekly Chronicle who kidded that he did not take his lunch just to catch up with Roxas at the presscon. Nobody from the Provincial Information Office (PIO) staff could exactly tell the reason for the cancelled presscon. It was the PIO that was tasked to arrange for the January 13 media dialogue with Secretary Roxas here. Last Friday, two days before Roxass scheduled visit to Calbayog City to witness the PNP-initiated signing of peace covenant with local candidates in Samar, the PIO in Northern Samar sent formal notices and text messages to selected local media practitioners inviting the latter to a Program with DILG Secretary Mar Roxasat the Ibabao Hall of the provincial capitol. The program would include choral renditions by the capitol choir, messages from local officials, and a press conference with Roxas. P491 for the September 16 to December 31, 2013. The remaining cost of insurance premium in the amount of P500 shall be shouldered by DA, the agreement said, signed by DA Regional Executive Director AnAt the first invitation, the activity was set at 1 p.m. on January 13. Later another text message was sent around informing that the supposed program has been cancelled. Instead, according to the text message from the PIO, a press conference will be held at 3 p.m. hence the media were asked to come at the prescribed time. But on the day of Roxas arrival another text message was again sent to the invited media men on the last hour asking them to come earlier at 2 p.m. for the presscon. The local media, eager to meet and interview the official, left their works and rushed to the provincial capitol only to be told that Roxas was already leaving. Some reporters hurried to the airport and were able to get a 4-minute interview with Roxas. But the others who were already upset did not mind pursuing the DILG Secretary. tonio Gerundio and PCIC Regional Manager DominicoDigamon. The agriculture department is expected to allocate an amount for premium subsidy corresponding to production target set by PCIC. The agency has the right to inspect and audit

From Calbayog City Roxas arrived at the Catarman Airport via a private jet at around 12:30 pm on Sunday. He was met by Deputy Speaker Raul Daza, Governor Paul Daza and other government officials who took him to the nearby governors residence. Roxas stayed until 3 p.m. but nothing was mentioned about the press conference. His media relations officer was overheard as saying that Roxas had to leave earlier because of the cloudy weather. It was learned that Roxas press conference in Calbayog City was also cancelled earlier that day. Aside from the presscon, the Secretary also missed his scheduled briefing with the DILG family here and a dialogue with some leaders of the civil society. The said fiasco was the subject of criticism by radio commentators here the following day. (RACHEL
ARNAIZ)

Man accuses another of threats


TACLOBAN CITYRommel Andales, 18 and a resident of Barangay 82, Marasbaras, this city, personally went to police station to put on record an alleged incident that occurred around 2 p.m. of January 10, 2013. The in-charge with the untapping and exit of container vans/ rolling cargoes allegedly threatened the complainant by uttering in the vernacular lan-

guage, Pasalamat ka la nga waray ak dara nga kutsilyo kay kon mayda la ak dara pag-gugurutguroton ko ikaw, ngan bangin mamatay ka dayon yana nga adlaw. The incident transpired after the heated altercation with the complainant that he was unsatisfied by the services offered by the company Exit of Container Vans Cargoes.
(JanneneLieka S. Ceniza, EVSU Intern)

DA, PCIC ...

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ment, an amount of P390 for every P10,000 sum insured will be premium counterpart of the farmer beneficiaries under the multi-risk cover scheme for March 16 to September 15, 2013 and

all financial records kept by PCIC related to the project. The PCIC will implement the project and submit regular billing statement to their mother agency in the region. Digamon said that the agreement will benefit at least 10,000 rice farmers in

Eastern Visayas. Crop insurance coverage in the region for 2012 has reached P315.47 million with 9,222 beneficiaries. The governments crop indemnity program

provides insurance protection to agricultural producers against loss of the crops on the account of natural calamities, plant pests and disease, and other perils. (SARWELL
Q. MENIANO)

Wednesday, 16 January 2013

NEWS

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DILG Secretary Mar Roxas (top photo) delivering his message while Police Chief Superintendent Elmer R. Soria , regional director of Police Regional Office 8 (lower photo) signing as witness during the election peace covenant signing in Calbayog City last Sunday morning.

JV: Minus govt intervention, sugar farmers face rough sailing


SAN Juan Rep. JV Ejercito Estrada warned that Filipino sugar planters may lose their livelihood if the government will not put in place a comprehensive program that will enable them to compete with their counterparts in Southeast Asia. Ejercito Estrada said the absence of a longterm plan to aid sugarcane planters and other stakeholders will put at risk the entire local sugar industry which contributes about P70 billion to the countrys gross domestic product (GDP) and P2 billion to the national treasury in the form of value-added tax (VAT). The young lawmaker said the government must immediately roll out measures such as alternative livelihood programs for sugarcane planters that may be displaced by the impending full implementation of the free trade scheme of the Association of Southeast Asian Nation (ASEAN) in 2015. Under the so-called

CAMP KANGLEON, Palo, Leyte -- The signing of a peace covenant by local candidates in Samar is a step in the right direction and could usher a secured and fair conduct of the midterm polls in the province, said the regions top police official. The positive support we got from the candidates themselves and the good number of people who attended the peace covenant signing only showed that Samareos are supportive to our effort in ensuring the conduct of a peaceful and orderly elections, said Police Chief Superintendent Elmer Ragadio Soria, Eastern Visayas police regional director. The Police Regional Office 8 (PRO8) initiated

Covenant signing could usher SAFE in Samar - Soria


the conduct of peace covenant signing held Sunday morning at the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in Calbayog City that garnered support from the Diocese of Calbayog and other stakeholders like the Department of Interior and Local Government, Commission on Elections, Armed Forces of the Philippines, civil society groups and signed by local candidates vying for congressional and different local elective positions. Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Mar Roxas presided in the activity with SORIA and other leaders from the church, military, Comelec and other stakeholders as witnesses. Kinikilala po ng pamahalaan ni PNoy na ang halalan ay sentro ng ating demokrasya, vox populi vox dei, na ang voice of the people is the voice of God, sana po ay maging maayos at mapayapa ang halalang ito. Hindi po gagamit ng puwersa ang gobyerno upang baliin ang kagustuhan ng ating mga mamamayan, Roxas said in his message. Diocese of Calbayog Bishop Isabelo Abarquez officiated a pontifical mass followed by the signing proper of the manifesto, blessing of peace covenant and release of white balloons and doves as a symbol of peace led by the Bishop. Samar was included in the DILG list of priority

areas due to election-related violent incidents in past electoral exercises, presence of private armed groups and New Peoples Army in the area. Even with the covenant signing, Soria assured that PRO8, through the Regional Special Operations Task Group (RSOTG) will continue to conduct aggressive police operations against the remaining PAGS operating in the province and intensify the campaign against loose firearms. To ensure a Secured and Fair Elections in the entire region, we will implement sustained law enforcement, security and public safety operations before, during and after the elections, Soria informed.
(PINSP ROMUEL A NACAR)

BIR overshoots collection goal


GOVT CENTER, Palo, Leyte The revenue district bureau in this region had surpassed its target collection last year. This was divulged by Arsenia Gente, revenue district 14, chief of collection division. An increase of more than P212 million to the target collection of P4.5 billion was attained by the regional office of BIR, but Gente clarified that said figure will still change after the two remaining revenue districts had finalized their report. As of now, we only have the tentative figure but still be are able to surpass our target collection set to us by the national office, Gente said. Taxes from wages remain as top most source of revenue by the BIR adding that the Department of Education, local government units, filing of income tax returns, one time transactions, and expanded withholding tax by the Department of Public Works and Highways are the top contributors, followed by collection from value-added tax. The increase of wages due to the salary standardization law had helped us in attaining our goal, Gente said. Gente added that Tacloban RDO remains on top with highest collection rate while Maasin RDO fails to meet its target collection due to some problem encountered in said province. Lesser government projects were implemented in Southern Leyte that is why they failed to reach the allocated target, Gente explained. She added the weather also contributed why some RDO had lesser collection rate. Although they were able to meet the target collection, Gente said that they had forwarded a letter to the central office asking consideration for a minimal target collection rate for the region this year. This was the result of consensus by various revenue district offices in the region, after noticing that a possibility of not attaining the prospect target due to series of weather disturbances that may affects the region. Moreover, the collection division chief also cited that their agency will be implementing the collection of 5% from candidates campaign expenditures which may help in increasing their collection for this year. We will be implementing this as early as now to ensure that all candidates will respond to this call, said Gente adding that they had already asked the names of candidates in every locality. (ROEL AMAZONA)

Rep. JV Ejercito Estrada

ASEAN Free Trade Area (FTA), cheap sugar from ASEAN member-countries such as Thailand could flood the local market and cause farmers to stop planting sugarcane as the price of sugar goes down due to oversupply. Huwag na sana natin antayin na marami pang magsasaka ang mawalan ng pinagkakakitaan at magutom bago pa tayo kumilos para hanapan sila ng panibagong trabaho, Ejercito Estrada said. He called on the Sugar Regulatory Administration (SRA) to spearhead a campaign that would revive the local sugar industry and improve the economic condition of

thousands of sugarcane planters who are mostly from Negros, the home province of Ejercito Estradas mother, San Juan Mayor Guia Gomez. Earlier, sugarcane planters and millers urged the government to pitch in and help them meet the challenges of the full implementation of the ASEAN Free Trade Area in 2015. (PR)

Farmer kills another farmer in E. Samar


TACLOBAN CITY- A heated has resulted for a farmer to shot and kill another farmer in a village of Jipapad town, Eastern Samar yesterday afternoon. The victim, Camelo Ada, 35 and a resident of Barangay San Roque of said town, sustained a gunshot wound from a Caliber 45 pistol by the suspect yesterday at around 4:45 in the afternoon. Local police has identified the suspect as Julio Pajanustan, married, farmer and is also a resident of San Roque. While police authorities are still determining what could be the motive of the suspect in killing Ada, witnesses saw that the two had a heated argument. Later, the suspect drew his firearm and shot the victim which resulted to his death. The incident took place as the country gears for the midterm elections this summer with the placing of checkpoints to check proliferation of loose firearms among measures to ensure a peaceful conduct of the balloting. (JOEY A.
GABIETA)

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OPINION

Wednesday, 16 January 2013

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henever election comes, peace covenant signing is as common event as the know your candidate forum. Hopefuls gather around like lambs at the shepherds call. Giving them the benefit of the doubt, they could be there not for sheer show but in support of the activitys cause to ensure peace in the entire election period. They apparently rally behind the national governments appeal for an honest, orderly, and peaceful election. Like jungle beast made tame, alleged political warlords would step into the limelight as if they are incapable of hatching a plot against their enemies or their candidates foes in an utter disguise for peace. Maybe true, they are not of the spirit to concoct the sinister plan for the defeat of their enemies by hook or by crook. In the presence of the church leaders and other stakeholders, especially the representatives from the Philippines chief executive, traditional politicians, largely aliated with political

Not at all elusive peace


parties, don their selves with the tapestry like they are harmless but behind the scenes they figure in election-related violence, incidents of which oftentimes cost the lives and properties of the innocent. Peace is elusive during elections in the Philippines, critics contend. Especially in areas where the church and religion, regardless of sect, are insignificant, peace is a heavy task to work on. With due respect to atheists who could also be peacemakers, where belief in a loving God is absent peace is really dicult to achieve because hatred, resentment, greed and pride rule over where understanding, cooperation and forgiveness should exist. With corruption becoming a relentless vice among politicians, evil deeds come into play to retain oneself in government position by all means to worst extent extrajudicial killing, massacre and ambush of politito page 5

Tourism boom
Philippine tourism destinations are increasing catching the attention of international travelers. Philippine tourism will be positive in 2013. Individual destinations and hotels are also winning recognition from other travel publications, websites and networks. We should not lose this momentum. With more people wanting to take a look of Tacloban City and parts of Eastern Visayas, we must aim to please and make first time visitors want to come back. Travelers want a clean and safe environment. Eco-friendly tourism tends to draw more visitors as public awareness of cleanliness and environmental protection increases. With communities reap-

From A Distance
joey e. clarin ing the dividends of tourism, there is also a need in maintaining peace and order. The national government must do its part by upgrading tourism infrastructure providing incentives for greater private sector participation. We should improve our airports, roads, hotels, tour guides and safety and security which is a major concern of travelers. Our region is blessed with many natural attractions and the people are naturally friendly. Govern-

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ment agencies especially the Department of Tourism, DOTC, DPWH should address some of the problems of the tourism industry. In Tacloban City, we are already improving our airport and world class hotels are sprouting such as the Oriental Hotel and Granda Hotel at the heart of the city. We also have a first class mall in Robinson, and soon to open SM Mall. Truly, Tacloban is now a highly-urbanized city and foreign tourist are now beginning to notice the beauty of Tacloban City and Eastern Visayas.

Wednesday, 16 January 2013

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Work and prayer

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Commentary
fr. roy cimagala

THESE two ought to be together. At the moment, of course, we are farway off the ideal. Work and prayer are supposed to be together,because our life, though with many parts, aspects, levels, is only oneand that life is a life with God, our Creator and Father. Everything in it is supposed to be done or to take place with God. Inspiritual parlance, this doctrine is called the unity of life. We need to be more keenly aware of this doctrine and to start totranslate it into practice. The objective reality of our life should be reflected as perfectly as possible in our subjective understanding of our life. That is when we would be living in the truth, precisely because truth is when our

subjective grasp of things agrees with the objective reality. Since our life is a life with God, then we can also say that our life is a life of prayer. That is the broadest definition of prayer. Prayer is when we are with God subjectively, when we correspond to the objective reality of our being with God. This can be done intentionally, mentally, orally, etc. But prayer can and should be done also through our work, our study, our rest, and in fact through all the phases, aspects and activities of our life. Thus, St. Paul says: Therefore, whether you eat or drink, or whatsoever else you do, do all to the glory of God. (1 Cor 10,31) We should not con-

sider this Pauline indication as an exaggeration, or a purely religious dictum that we are free to accept or not. Of course, we are free to refuse it, but that would be akin to the freedom of harming oneself. We need to adapt our thinking and our culture and civilization in general to this truth that comes to us more through our faith than through our own estimation of things. Reality in its ultimate dimensions is given to us by faith more than by our reason and senses alone. That we have to do everything for God and with God can be derived also from the words of Christ who, when asked what the greatest commandment was, said: Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with thy whole heart, and with thy whole soul, and thy whole mind. (Mt 22,36) Sorry, but I dont see how else those words could be understood. With respect to our work which we have to

learn to convert into prayer, we can say that the basis for this is that we have been created by God to work. We have been made to work just as the birds are made to fly. Work is not meant to be a curse or punishment to us. In fact, it plays a prominent role in our nature and life. Work is part of what makes us the image and likeness of God. It is what integrates all our human faculties and turns our potencies into actualities. It offers us the means of livelihood and the tool for development and progress, both personal and social, local and global. More, our work is always a work of God also. It is not just our work. It is part of divine providence, that abiding governance of God over all his creation. It is important that we be aware of these truths so that we avoid distorting
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cal foes or allies of political enemies. While that scenario is the dark picture of elections in the Philippines, there is a sunny side of it. It is in this awful situation that hope and prayer for the better becomes relevant and necessary because peace is not at all elusive when every citizen will work towards this honest, orderly and peaceful elections. Each onlooker may not be active participant, but by cooperating in any simple way like reporting to authorities the illegal moves any candidate or political party and making these

shenanigans known to all men through the media, the wrong doings might end or at least stalled. Above all, where God reigns all other things good and pleasing, including humility, fairness, peace and understanding set in. The presence of a loving God in the heart and mind of every man is the best weapon against all forms of violence, if only all those who are wont to resort to it just to win the votes will let the peace reign. In such case, there will be no more need for this signing of the peace covenant that is only sometimes disregarded and infringed, if not circumvented.

The Sower
Wednesday of the First Week in OT Heb 2:14-18; Ps 105; Mk 1:29-39

THE CURE OF SIMONS MOTHER-IN-LAW


On leaving the synagogue Jesus entered the house of Simon and Andrew with James and John. Simons mother-in-law lay sick with a fever. They immediately told him about her. He approached, grasped her hand, and helped her up. Then the fever left her and she waited on them. When it was evening, after sunset, they brought to him all who were ill or possessed by demons. The whole town was gathered at the door. He cured many who were sick with various diseases, and he drove out many demons, not permitting them to speak because they knew him. Rising very early before dawn, he left and went off to a deserted place, where he prayed. Simon and those who were with him pursued him and on finding him said, Everyone is looking for you. He told them, Let us go on the nearby villages that I may preach there also. For this purpose have I come. So he went into their synagogues, preaching and driving out demons throughout the whole of Galilee.

Depleted workforce

We know too well that rice is the staple food of many people. It is considered as one primary source of energy for our body. That is why many of our people, particularly those engaged in manual labor, would look for rice more than any other food. Farmers and laborers are sustained by the staple even with less viand for their meals. This group of workers could not withstand a days labor without eating ample amount of the staple. But other workers or even those who are not engage in productive occupation

are similarly dependent on rice as basic food. It may be because we are made to grow on rice beginning from infancy that we develop dependency on rice. It seems tough to depart from what we have grown and lived with all our lives. It is the primary food that had been implanted in our consciousness to the point that we starve for it and remain feeling hungry without it. The greatest irony is while we have been trained to grow by rice, many of us had not been trained to grow rice. Its being implanted in our

consciousness as the basic food is not coupled with the consciousness to plant that food which we are to grow of. We had in short been engrossed in a culture that depends on rice as our staple food but production seems not part of the culture. In fact, those engaged in the production of the staple are exploited in many ways and hardly reap the fruits of their labor. The people who live by the sweat of their brows and the mud on their feet are unwilling victims of an unjust social order where they remain captives living on the bondage of the soil. The exploiters among the rich and powerful, those who have the capital needed to produce rice, are the ones getting the huge chunk of the profits from the rice industry. While faced with this erty is not a hindrance to real inequity, many of
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our farmers are realizing the difficulty of their living, pushing them to aim or just dream from being freed out of the chains of their impoverishment. This explains why they work too hard to see their offspring who are to succeed them, earn education and acquire other skills that would bring them financial freedom. The trend of farmers children trying to take painstaking sacrifices to be educated and be at par in the global competition is epic. That has been so in so many decades and we have success stories of professionals reaping the best the world can offer for their once impoverished situation. We take pride and are happy with such inspiring tales but we miss so much of the most important message it sends to all and sundry aside from the lessons of hard work and the proving of the adage that pov-

OUR FIRST CALL


It was difficult for Cindy at work. She wanted so much to do a good job and compete with the men at her level. She was the second woman ever to hold the position of assistant director in her company and she knew it would be a major accomplishment for her to break through the glass ceiling that kept her gender from entering the upper echelons of the industry. At home with her husband Frank, she expressed her frustration. Frank supported her one hundred percent, but cautioned her: Remember when I got so stressed out trying to get that promotion? You reminded me why I was there in the first place: to be a light for others, like Jesus taught. Thats your job too. Lets both keep focused on our first call to be living witnesses of Gods goodness. Cindy agreed, adding that being a woman in a mans world added another challenge: to show how a woman does things. Dear God, you made me to know, love, and serve you in this world, to be a living sign of your saving grace. Help me today to always remember the purpose of my life. Take time to write down three ways you could be a witness to God today. Check each one off as you accomplish it. (Between Sundays by Paul Boudreau, published by Paulines. Visit us at www.paulines.ph or at Paulines Media Center, Real St., Tacloban City. Tel. #321-3195) Sowers thought: The Church is teacher of faith, morals and prayer; she draws all her teaching from the written Gospel and handed down to us through oral teaching. Blessed James Alberione, Founder of the Pauline Family

Prayer for the Nation and for Those who Serve in Public Ofce
God, our Father, you guide everything in wisdom and love. Accept the prayers we offer for our nation; by the wisdom of our leaders and integrity of our citizens, may harmony and justice be secured and may there be lasting prosperity and peace. Almighty and eternal God, You know the longings of our hearts and You protect our rights. In your goodness, watch over those in authority, so that people everywhere may enjoy freedom, security and peace. We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever. Amen. (Courtesy of Daughters of St. Paul)

Pray the Holy Rosary daily for world peace and conversion of sinners (The family that prays together stays together)

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Wednesday, 16 January 2013

TANGGAPAN NG INGATYAMAN
Office of the Treasurer

City Government of Tacloban

NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION AND SALE OF DELINQUENT REAL PROPERTY


Pursuant to Section 260 of R.A 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991, the undersigned hereby gives notice to all parties and to the general public that on February 8, 2013 at 8:00 A.M.- 12:00 NOON at the Balyuan Convention Center, Magsaysay Blvd, Tacloban City, the City Treasurer well sell at the Public Auction to the highest bidder for cashand in Philippine Currency, Managers Check or Cashiers Check payable to the City Treasurer of Tacloban City, the hereunder enumerated Real Property /ies which are certified as delinquent to satisfy tax delinquency, interests and expenses of sale.
NO. DECLARED OWNER PROPERTY INDEX NO. 156-01-006-12-059-B-1 156-02-022-22-055-B-1 156-01-006-12-049-0000 156-02-002-22-005-MI 156-02-022-02-005-0000 156-02-022-22-055-B-3 156-02-022-22-055-B-2 156-01-013-07-029-0000 156-01-013-07-049-0000 156-01-013-07-034-0000 LOCATION BRGY NO. CALANIPAWAN BRGY.109 T.CLAUDIO ST. BRGY.9 CALANIPAWAN BRGY.109 T.CLAUDIO ST. BRGY.9 T.CLAUDIO ST. BRGY.9 T.CLAUDIO ST. BRGY.9 T.CLAUDIO ST. BRGY.9 SAGCAHAN BRGY.62-B SAGCAHAN BRGY.62-B SAGCAHAN BRGY.62-B ANIBONG BRGY.69 ANIBONG BRGY.69 MARASBARAS BRGY.82 ANIBONG BRGY.69 SAN JOSE BRGY.89-A SAN JOSE BRGY.89-A SAN JOSE BRGY.89-A SAN JOSE BRGY.89-A SAN JOSE BRGY.89-A SAN JOSE BRGY.89-A APITONG BRGY.91 APITONG BRGY.91 APITONG BRGY.91 APITONG BRGY.91 APITONG BGRY.91 APITONG BRGY.91 APITONG BRGY.91 ANIBONG BRGY.71 ANIBONG BRGY.71 ANIBONG BRGY.71 ANIBONG BRGY.71 ANIBONG BRGY.71 ANIBONG BRGY.71 ANIBONG BRGY.71 SAN JOSE BRGY.87 SAN JOSE BRGY.88 SAGCAHAN BRGY 62 P.BURGOS BRGY.30 D.ESPERAS BRGY.52 SAGCAHAN BRGY.75 CAIBAAN BRGY.95-A CAIBAAN BRGY.95 CAIBAAN BRGY.95 CAIBAAN BRGY.95 ANIBONG BRGY.67 ANIBONG BRGY.71 CAIBAAN BRGY.95-A APITONG BRGY 110 SAGKAHAN BRGY 76 PANALARON BRGY. 5 APITONG BRGY 92 PANALARON BRGY 5 PANALARON BRGY 5 APITONG BRGY 92 BRGY.83 SAN JOSE BRGY.83 SAN JOSE BRGY.91 ABUCAY BRGY.96 CALANIPAWAN BRGY. 96 CALANIPAWAN BRGY. 99 DIIT/BAGACAY KIND OF PROPERTY CB CB CL CM CL CB CB RL RL RL AL AL 2738-C-3-B 19-B-4 19-B-PART 2079-A-3 2079-B 120 m2 189 m2 633 m2 1,000 m2 10,000 m2 23368 2-B-1 6,021m2 29 & 31BLK.4 480 m2 38266& 38265 34272 LOT NO. & BLOCK NO. AREA TITLE NO. TAX DEC. NO. ASSESSED VALUE 2006-2012 3,287,140.00 139,200.00 16,546,440.00 3,256,740.00 16,500.00 140,000.00 9,120.00 14,360.00 48,110.00 1,110.00 11,520.00 PERIOD OF DELINQUENCY 31,955.00 2006-2012 2006-2012 2006-2012 2006-2012 2006-2012 2006-2012 1974-2012 1988-2012 1988-2012 1980-2012 1985-2012 AMOUNT OF DELINQUENT BASIF/SEF 3,195.50 1,063,061.11 12,704.66 5,406,963.03 1,064,220.92 5,336.10 45,276.00 10,145.02 11,022.62 36,929.16 3,880.12 6,177.04 10% OST OF SALE 35,150.50 106,306.11 1,270.47 540,696.30 106,422.09 533.61 4,527.60 1,014.50 1,102.26 3,692.92 388.01 617.70 1,169,367.22 13,975.13 5,947,659.33 1,170,643.01 5,869.71 49,803.60 11,159.52 12,124.88 40,622.08 4,268.13 6,794.74 MINIMUM BID OF PRICE

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

EVTELCO EVTELCO EVTELCO EVTELCO EVTELCO EVTELCO EVTELCO TEVES,MIGUELA TEVES,MIGUELA TEVES,MIGUELA

00602394- 81,230.00 02200392 00602395 022011370220036602200394022003930130194101301906013019460250172602502033-

ALVARADO, 156-02-025-03-007-0000 GENEROSO JR. ALVARADO, 156-02-025-03-004-0000 GENEROSO JR. ADM:MONTUBIG,ALEJANDRO ALVARADO, GENEROSO JR. 156-01-009-45-002-0000 ADM: YANUARIO, CORNILIO Y. ALVARADO, 156-02-025-03-002-0000 GENEROSO JR. PHIL.COMFORT REALTY 156-01-015-52-002-0000 DEV.INC. PHIL.COMFORT REALTY 156-01-015-52-024-0000 DEV.INC. PHIL.COMFORT REALTY 156-01-015-52-003-0000 DEV.INC. PHIL.COMFORT REALTY 156-01-015-52-043-0000 DEV.INC. PHIL.COMFORT REALTY 156-01-015-52-043-0000 DEV.INC. HILARIA,CAHINDO 156-02-002-46-024-0000 VELASQUES,GERTRUDES VELASQUES,GERTRUDES VELASQUES,GERTRUDES VELASQUES,GERTRUDES VELASQUES,GERTRUDES VELASQUES,GERTRUDES VELASQUES,GERTRUDES DALMACION, ROBERTO F. DALMACION,ALBERTO & GLORIA DALMACION,ALBERTO & GLORIA DALMACION, ALBERTO & GLORIA DALMACION,ALBERTO & GLORIA DALMACION, ALBERTO & GLORIA DALMACION,ALBERTO SR. CABAERO, LEONILA CABAERO,LEONILA CABAERO,LEONILA QUINTERO, FRANCISCO QUINTERO, IGNACIO SIBLE, FAUSTINO DELIMA, CONCHITA GERTRUDES TOMANDA GERTRUDES TOMANDA GERTRUDES TOMANDA GERTRUDES RETUERTO GERTRUDES RETUERTO GERTRUDES RETUERTO DIAZ, MAGDALENA H. 156-02-002-01-072-0000 156-02-002-01-073-0000 156-02-002-01-074-0000 156-02-002-01-075-0000 156-02-002-01-076-0000 156-02-002-01-077-0000 156-02-002-01-078-0000 156-02-025-11-013-0000 156-02-025-12-023-0000 156-02-025-12-020-0000 156-02-025-12-018-0000 156-02-025-12-022-0000 156-02-025-12-024-0000 156-02-025-22-039-0000 156-01-015-50-109-0000 156-01-015-10-027-0000 156-02-028-20-016-0000 156-02-023-18-034-0000 156-02-027-09-016-0000 156-02-028-34-012-0000 156-01-005-08-002-0000 156-01-005-13-032-0000 156-01-005-13-032-0000 156-01-005-13-038-0000 156-02-025-09-057-0000 156-02-025-11-014-0000 156-01-005-14-005-0000 156-02-002-09-180-0000

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 57 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

AL RL RL RL RL RL RL AL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL AL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL AL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL AL AL RL

3326 2079-D 3842 3835-B-1 3836 3883 3848,3849 & 3863 3741 5 6 7 8 11 12 13 3647-H

11,531 m2 130,000 m2 10,069 m2 1,800 m2 7,604 m2 607 m2 18,089 m2 3,036 m2 1,883 m2 2,502 m2 3,327 m2 3,329 m2 3,327 m2 2,149 m2 628 m2 293 m2

4685 2079-D PART 32928 32920 32931 32932 32929

0090117802503306015111240151112501511126015111270151112801503005-

18,470.00 5,720.000.00 16,130.00 79,200.00 334,580.00 26,710.00 795,920.00 4,860.00 82,850.00 110,090.00 146,390.00 146,480.00 146,390.00 94,560.00 27,630.00 12,890.00 11,000.00 13,200.00 11,000.00 8,800.00 11,000.00 6,630.00 14,040.00 38,980.00 14,060.00 43,700.00 22,260.00 16,720.00 64,990.00 41,580.00 44,000 10,050.00 8,430.00 9,860.00 20,990.00 15,490.00 3,840.00 335,020.00 54,910.00 6,260.00 15,010.00 2,730.00 649,440.00 77,490.00 176,000.00 8,840.00 3,970.00 3,900,030.00

1971-2012 1985-2012 1990-2012 1990-2012 1990-2012 1990-2012 1990-2012 1995-2012 2002-2012 2002-2012 2002-2012 2008-2012 2002-2012 2007-2012 2002-2012 2004-2012 1999-2012 1995-2012 1995-2012 1999-2012 1999-2012 2000-2012 1998-2012 1995-2012 1998-2012 1975-2010 1985-2012 1969-2012 1980-2012 1998-2012 1998-2012 1998-2012 1998-2012 1998-2012 1996-2012 1994-2012 1998-2012 1985-2012 1970-2012 1980-2012 1968-2012 1997-2012 2000-2012 1979- 2012 1994-2012 1980-2012 1948-2012 1995-2012

9,398.58 2,940,288.00 11,103.78 56,865.60 240,228.56 19,177.72 579,911.28 2,114.62 29,262.66 38,883.86 48,074.52 22,909.50 48,074.52 17,134.26 8,808.56 3,637.00 4,806.42 6,675.90 5,563.22 3,845.16 4,806.42 2,728.26 6,890.88 19,131.50 6,416.96 30,754.32 14,637.52 13,725.98 30,818.94 18,883.68 19,982.60 8,651.98 7,652.82 5,486.66 10,254.08 8,354.10 1,658.08 413,875.00 49,045.30 8,062.34 20,254.98 1,286.42 272,602.48 37,131.60 82,932.00 4,971.44 2,715.76 1,972,439.44

939.86 294,028.80 1,110.38 5,686.56 24,022.86 1,917.77 57,991.13 211.46 2,926.27 3,888.39 4,807.45 2,290.95 4,807.45 1,713.43 880.86 363.70 480.64 667.59 556.32 384.52 480.64 272.83 689.09 1,913.15 641.70 3,075.43 1,463.75 1,372.60 3,081.89 1,888.37 1,998.26 865.20 765.28 548.67 1,025.41 835.41 165.81 41,387.50 4,904.53 806.23 2,025.50 128.64 27,260.25 3,713.16 8,293.20 497.14 271.58 197,243.94

10,338.44 3,234,316.80 12,214.16 62,552.16 264,251.42 21,095.49 637,902.41 2,326.08 32,188.93 42,772.25 52,881.97 25,200.45 52,881.97 18,847.69 9,689.42 4,000.70 5,287.06 7,343.49 6,119.54 4,229.68 5,287.06 3,001.09 7,579.97 21,044.65 7,058.66 33,829.75 16,101.27 15,098.58 33,900.83 20,772.05 21,980.86 9,517.18 8,418.10 6,035.33 11,279.49 9,189.51 1,823.89 455,262.50 53,949.83 8,868.57 22,280.48 1,415.06 299,862.73 40,844.76 91,225.20 5,468.58 2,987.34 2,169,683.38

7136 56700 56698 56698 56701 7137 7138 13193 36214 36210 36209 36208 36215

002034090020341000203411002034120020341300203414002034150250172202503266025023250250232302503265025032670250326101502493-

4810-G-2-D-10 250 m2 4810-G-2-D-6 300 m2 4810-G-2-D-5 250 m2 4810-G-2-D-4 200 m2 4810-G-2-D-11 250 m2 2175-PART 37,585 m2

3668-A-3-PART 319 m2 8634-K 882 336 m2 185 m2 5669 43939

015016200280250702301162027001780280238400500590-

5464& 5042 202 m2 PART LOT377-PART 103 m2 5410-PART 5426-P 3148-F-PART 3148-F-7 3148- 1 & 2 4755 3441-A 3153-A 2417-D-IH-PART 9-PART 220 m2 32,626 m2 945 m2 1,000 m2 433 m2 383 m2 224 m2 477 m2 352 m2 1,741 m2 3,102 m2 4870 11908 26696 16737 34972 16936 36799

00500503005005060050050802501603025017230050055600202163 02802550 02200284 00201552 02200323 02200322 00202699 01510384

AGUSTIN BAEZ / EULOGIA 156-02-028-31-239-0000 HRS OF BAEZ & EULOGIA BAEZ, EULOGIA B. 156-02-022-18-015-0000 BAEZ, EULOGIA B./ AGUSTO 156-02-002-20-009-0000 BAEZ BAEZ, EULOGIA B./ AGUSTO 156-02-022-19-036-0000 BAEZ BAEZ, EULOGIA B./ AGUSTO 156-02-022-19-035-0000 BAEZ BAEZ, EULOGIA B./ AGUSTO 156-02-002-20-071-0000 BAEZ CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. 156-01-015-18-034-0000 CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. 156-01-015-19-047-0000 156-02-001-13-007-0000 156-01-006-28-006-0000 156-01-006-28-013-0000 156-03-003-07-020-0000

39-E-14-L-5-F-8-B 2515-B-2-U 1,248 m2

39-E-14-L-5-B-5 58 m2 39-E-14-L-5-E-4 139 m2 2515-B-I-5 62 m2

1370-A-2-PART 14,700 m2 8(1368-A to E) 668.70 m2 2380 3294 4834 5847 4,000 m2 6,295 m2 2,890 m2 177,274 m2 T-3777 T-811

01502339

T-25219-P 00101380 00603755 00603770 00300056

Wednesday, 16 January 2013


NO. DECLARED OWNER PROPERTY INDEX NO. 156-02-002-45-007-0000 156-02-002-45-008-0000 156-02-002-40-094-0000 156-02-002-40-024-0000 156-02-002-40-026-0000 156-01-006-23-001-0000 156-01-006-23-001-0000 156-02-002-40-030-0000 156-02-002-40-056-0000 156-02-002-40-044-000 156-02-001-07-006-0000 156-02-001-07-006-0000 156-01-006-24-007-0000 156-01-005-02-009-0000 156-01-015-19-034-0000 156-01-015-19-008-0000 156-02-028-26-089-0000 156-01-015-19-061-0000 156-01-015-19-015-0000 156-02-025-22-010-0000 156-02-025-21-025-0000 156-02-025-043-0000 156-02-025-21-021-0000 156-01-015-41-241 156-02-022-002-000 156-02-022-002-1018 156-02-022-002-1019 156-02-022-002-1017 156-02-022-002-1015 156-02-022-002-1014 156-02-022-002-1016 156-02-022-002-1010 156-02-022-002-1011 156-02-022-002-1012 156-02-022-002-1009 156-02-025-03-001-0000 LOCATION BRGY NO. BRGY. 110 APITONG APITONG BRGY. 110 APITONG BRGY. 92 APITONG BRGY. 92 APITONG BRGY. 92 APITONG BRGY. 36 CALANIPAWAN BRGY.36 CALANIPAWAN BRGY.92 APITONG BRGY.92 APITONG BRGY.92 APITONG BRGY.91 ABUCAY BRGY.91 ABUCAY BRGY.95 CALANIPAWAN BRGY.95 CAIBAAN BRGY.83 SAN JOSE BRGY.83 SAN JOSE BRGY 63 SAGKAHAN BRGY. 83 SAN JOSE BRGY.83 SAN JOSE NAGA NAGA BRGY 71 ANIBONG BRGY 71 ANIBONG BRGY 71 ANIBONG BRGY 71 SAN JOSE BRGY. 89 PANALARON BRGY. 1 MAGSAYSAY BRGY. 1 MAGSAYSAY BRGY. 1 MAGSAYSAY BRGY. 1 MAGSAYSAY BRGY. 1 MAGSAYSAY BRGY. 1 MAGSAYSAY BRGY. 1 MAGSAYSAY BRGY. 1 MAGSAYSAY BRGY. 1 MAGSAYSAY BRGY. 1 MAGSAYSAY BRGY. 1 ANIBONG BRGY. 69 KIND OF PROPERTY RL AL RL RL RL AL AL RL RL RL AL RL RL AL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL RL CL CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB LOT NO. & BLOCK NO. 2786-PART 2768-PART 2594- PART 2598-B-10-D-9 2598-B-10-J-9 3283 3303 2598-B-10-J-8-P 2598-B-9 2589-B-10-J-B-C 2373-PART 2373-PART 3230-A 5390 28(1368) 1368-A-E-P 32 20(1368) 42(1368-A to E) 2175-H-I-D 2177-F 4812-F-2 2176-E 1898 2-A erected on 2-A erected on 2-A erected on 2-A erected on 2-A erected on 2-A erected on 2-A erected on 2-A erected on 2-A erected on 2-A erected on 2-A 2079-D-PART

NEWS
AREA TITLE NO. T-13216-P TAX DEC. NO. 00201690 ASSESSED VALUE 66,000.00 27,740.00 24,680.00 10,560.00 30,360.00 10,530.00 6,870.00 12,940.00 30,100.00 8,180.00 19,520.00 77,000.00 9,940.00 23,460.00 18,390.00 9,770.00 18,240.00 21,560.00 18,880.00 11,000.00 13,950.00 13,200.00 9,900.00 180,620.00 45,991,500 24,710.00 2,920,050.00 157,280.00 468,050.00 701,170.00 2,732,650.00 2,556,040.00 78,170.00 118,920.00 13,953,650.00 129,740.00 PERIOD OF DELINQUENCY 1980-2012 1975-2012 1995-2012 1985-2012 1984-2012 1991- 2012 1979- 2012 1985- 2012 1983-2012 1985-2012 1982- 2012 1982- 2012 1987- 2012 1979- 2012 1992- 2012 1991- 2012 1992- 2012 1992- 2012 1992-2012 1983-2012 1970-2012 1987-2012 1972-2012 1995-2009 1989-2012 1996-2012 1999-2012 1996-2012 1997-2012 1997-2012 1997-2012 1997-2012 1997-2012 1997-2012 1989-2012 1985-2012 TOTAL 3,000 m2 2778.20 Hs 561 m2 240 m2 690 m2 7,500 m2 3,253 m2 294 m2 648 m2 168 m2 9,138 m2 3,500 m2 226 m2 12,525 m2 418 m2 222 m2 240 m2 490 m2 429 m2 250 m2 317 m2 300 m2 225 m2 4,105 m2 61,322 m2 5704 T-4207 T-823 T-846 19734 3503 5293 T-831 T-4639 T-4213 T-3316 T-4214 T-4137 T-3915

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AMOUNT OF DELINQUENT BASIF/SEF 50,119.50 17,868.38 12,482.00 7,126.32 21,001.50 5,606.70 3,510.12 8,731.12 21,329.86 5,513.54 9,316.84 48,056.72 5,160.10 12,969.90 10,234.66 5,501.76 10,189.08 11,070.52 10,506.22 7,237.22 9,105.96 7,791.90 6,510.44 85,723.00 37,792,916.33 25,151.06 2,386,080.56 154,642.91 400,719.14 575,909.01 2,233,886.06 2,060,096.28 64,150.71 97,962.64 20,177,892.04 63,887.16 81,296,543.30 10% COST OF SALE 5,011.95 1,786.84 1,248.20 712.63 2,100.15 560.67 351.01 873.11 2,132.99 551.35 931.68 4,805.67 516.01 1,296.99 1,023.47 550.18 1,018.91 1,107.05 1,050.62 723.72 910.60 779.19 651.04 8,572.30 3,779,291.63 2,515.10 238,608.05 15,464.29 40,071.91 57,590.90 233,388.60 206,009.62 6,415.07 9,796.26 2,017,789.20 6,388.71 8,139,654.28 MINIMUM BID OF PRICE 55,131.45 19,655.22 13,730.20 7,838.95 23,101.65 6,167.37 3,861.13 9,604.23 23,462.85 6,064.89 10,248.52 52,862.39 5,676.11 14,266.89 11,258.13 6,051.94 11,207.99 12,177.57 11,556.84 7,960.94 10,016.56 8,571.09 7,161.48 94,295.30 41,572,207.96 27,666.16 2,624,688.61 170,107.21 440,791.05 633,499.91 2,457,274.66 2,266,105.90 70,565.78 107,758.90 22,195,681.24 70,275.87 89,426,197.59

61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96

CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. CRISOSTOMO, IRENE F. DALMACION, GLORIA DALMACION, GLORIA DALMACION, GLORIA DALMACION, GLORIA DAANTOS, PEDRO & ASUNCION LEYTE PARK HOTEL INC. LEYTE PARK HOTEL INC. LEYTE PARK HOTEL INC. LEYTE PARK HOTEL INC. LEYTE PARK HOTEL INC. LEYTE PARK HOTEL INC. LEYTE PARK HOTEL INC. LEYTE PARK HOTEL INC. LEYTE PARK HOTEL INC. LEYTE PARK HOTEL INC. LEYTE PARK HOTEL INC. MONTUBIG, ALEJANDRO

T-13210 PART 00201691 00202747 00201986 00201997 00602499 00602502 00201999 00201641 00201499 00101420 00101419 00604015 00500319 01502487 01503406 02801956 01502486 01504696 02501690 02501626 02501646 02501679 015034750220018502200575022005770220057302200571022005690220056702200565022005630220056102200559-

11,262.60 m2

5641-Part

02501730-

GENERAL GUIDELINES 1.) All bidders are required to pay One Thousand Pesos (Php 1,000.00) and post a 5% bond of his/her bid price. In cases where the winning bidder did not pay the price within the prescribed time, the cash bond shall be forfeited in favor of the City Government of Tacloban. 2.) All properties will be sold on AS IS, WHERE IS BASIS. 3.) The City Disposal and Auction Sale Committee ( CDASCOM) does not, warrant the authenticity or validity of the title of the declared owner nor guarantee the correctness accuracy of the description of the property. 4.) A buyer who bids for a certain property, shall be deamed to have inspected the property and is aware of its physical and legal conditions. 5.) Winning bidder shall immediately pay the bid price, Payments shall be made in cash in Managers / cashier check payable to the City Treasurer of Tacloban City. 6.) The City Treasurer reserves the right to revoke any or all awards / sale granted on the following grounds: a. Upon presentation of evidence that all taxes and penalties due had been paid when the sale was made; b. If found later that the property is tax-exempt by virtue of its being already government owned or devoted exclusively for religious, educational or charitable purpose; c. If the property is not liable to tax under R.A 7160 and other related laws and in any event of the above mentioned, the purchace price shall be returned to the buyer / pruchaser thereof without interest. d. Non-payment of the bid price. For further inquiries, interested bidders may call at 321-1877 / 321-1875 or see the undersigned at the City Treasurers Office , Kanhuraw Business Center, Tacloban City. ZOSIMA A. CORDAO City Treasurer

MGB-8 produces geo-hazard maps higher scale


TACLOBAN CITY Densification of the geohazard maps at a scale of 1:10,000 is now in full swing in Eastern Visayas and is expected to be completed by 2014, according to an official. MGB-8 Regional Director AliloEnsomo, Jr. said the agency is already finished with the geohazard assessment and mapping program at a scale of 1:50,000 covering all cities and municipalities in the region. 1:10,000-scale geohazard maps will help local government units in identifying flood-prone and landslide-risk areas, Ensomo said. Ensomo said Eastern Visayas has been prioritized for map production considering its location in the eastern seaboard, which is prone to typhoons that could trigger flooding and landslides. Details that can be found in a 1:10,000-scale map are parameters or features in the area that may affect ground stability and the type of landslides that can possibly occur in the area. Relocation sites can also be plotted using the 1:10,000 maps. Local government units can use them for crafting disaster mitigation measures such as evacuation and possible construction of new community sites, Ensomo added. Ensomo said geohazard maps are now accessible and downloadable from four government websites, including that of a non-government organization. The government websites hosting the interactive geohazard maps include that of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (www.denr.gov. ph), MGB (www.mgb. gov.ph), Philippine Information Agency (www.

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pia.gov.ph) and that of Environmental Science for Social Change (www. essc.org.ph). The posting of these maps is aimed at broadening public access to the geo-hazard maps, which has become an important tool in disaster risk reduction and management, Ensomo added. He added with the identification of the Philippines as among those highly vulnerable to the impact of climate change, Filipinos should brace for typhoons with greater intensity in terms of wind speed and rainfall that could trigger flooding

success. But the trend is alarming than inspiring as many of us would like to believe. The departure of many from the bondage of the soil and cruel exploitation of such unjust social order had actually been gradually depleting the working hands that till our lands. Efforts

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and landslides. He otherwise urged the public to be proactive in taking precautionary measures to minimize, if not prevent, any adverse impact of calamities not only in ones family and community but on the country as a whole. (REYAN L. ARINTO)

of government to reclaim so much land or find compensation from those lost to land conversions would be futile due to the bitter reality that the work force in the farms had dwindled significantly over the years. Many of our productive generation, those within the working-age population, had been pushed by poverty to become domestic and blue collar workers in foreign shores. We have lost so much to the rich countries of a powerful workforce that could potentially augment rice production to dirty jobs like caring for the old and sickly that commands high wages that our government cannot afford to match both in pay and opportunity. Comments to alellema@ hotmail.com

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EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH ABSOLUTE SALE

NEWS
NOTICE is hereby given that heirs of the late Leon Morales extrajudicially settled, partitioned and adjudicated over a parcel of land, situated in Brgy. Kang-iras, Municipality of Hilongos, covered by Lot No. 9966 with improvements thereon, covered by Tax Dec. No. 14020-00234 R13, containing an area of 11,555 square meters, more or less. A Deed of Sale was executed in favor of Nicolas S. Flordelis, Jr. as vendee for the above-described property; per Doc. No. 3, Page No. 2, Book No. XXII, Series of 2012 of Notary Public Atty. Efren B. Mendoza.
LSDE: Jan. 16, 23 & 30, 2013

Wednesday, 16 January 2013


NOTICE is hereby given that heirs of the late Emiliana Palconite extrajudicially settled, partitioned and adjudicated over a parcel of land containing an area of 273 square meters, more or less, under Tax Dec. No. 0831007-00130 R13, situated in Brgy. Ipil II, Palompon, Leyte. A Deed of Sale was executed in favor of Maria Divina Palconite-Carvajal as vendee for the above-described property; per Doc. No. 174, Page No. 35, Book No. XXXIII, Series of 2012 of Notary Public Atty. Donna Villa M. Gaspan-Cerna. LSDE: January 16, 23 & 30, 2013

NOTICE is hereby given that heirs of the late Sps. Alberto V. Paulo and Gliceria SanchezPaolo extrajudicially settled, partitioned and adjudicated over a parcel of land, located at Brgy. Baas, Hilongos, Leyte, Lot No. 11073-B, Csd-08-005906-D, covered by OCT No. P-41820 under Tax Dec. No. 14006-00146 R-13, with an area of 7,427 square meters, more or less. A Deed of Sale was executed in favor of Sps. Jorge M. Barrera and Pamela Dolores Flores-Barrera as vendees for the above-described property; per Doc. No. 173, Page No. 35, Book No. 24, Series of 2012 of Notary Public Josenilo O. Marquez Reoma. LSDE: January 16, 23 & 30, 2013

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE

DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL PARTITION WITH SALE

NOTICE is hereby given that Lilia Caracuel-Ayuda heir of late Sps. Feleciano Caracuel and Maura Caracuel executed an affidavit of Self Adjudication over a parcel of agricultural land, located at Brgy. Doos del Sur, Hindang, Leyte, Lot No. 1686, with a total area of 216-33 square meters, more or less, and covered by Tax Dec. No. 08-15010-00432. A Deed of Sale was executed in favor of Glesilda Cabardo Ito, as vendee for a portion of 104 square meters known as Lot No. 1686-B from the above-described property; per Doc. No. 926, Page No. 186, Book No. XV, Series of 2012 of Notary Public Atty. Allan R. Oriel. LSDE: January 16, 23 & 30, 2013

AFFIDAVIT OF SELF-ADJUDICATION WITH SALE

NOTICE is hereby given that heirs of the late Demetria Miraflor Robles extrajudicially settled, partitioned and adjudicated over a parcel of coco and corn land covered by Tax Dec. No. 0514007-00336-R12, situated at Bagumbayan, Hilongos, Leyte, Cad. Lot No. 7400, with an area of 24611.80 square meters and assessed at P19,120.00 and covered by Katibayan ng Original na Titulo Blg. P-46543. A Deed of Sale was executed in favor of Carmelita Zamora as vendee for the above-described property together all the improvements thereon, per Doc. No. 152, Page No. 16, Book No. 03, Series of 2012 of Notary Public Atty. Juan O. Raza. LSDE: January 16, 23 & 30, 2013 NOTICE is hereby given that heirs of the late Teresa G. Sanica namely: Carlos, Sarah Jane and Carlos Roque all surnamed Sanica extrajudicially settled, partitioned and adjudicated over a bank deposit with the Banco de Oro (BDO) Justice Romualdez St., Tacloban City in the amount of P461,902.63 plus interest accruing; Above deposits/properties to be adjudicated to Spouse Carlos C. Sanica - 4/6 shares; Sarah Jane G. Sanica - 1/6 share and Carlos Roque G. Sanica - 1/6 share; per Doc. No. 2, Page No. 1, Book No. XIV, Series of 2012 of Notary Public Atty. Maila C.N. Andrade. LSDE: January 9, 16 & 23, 2013

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH SALE

NOTICE is hereby given that heirs of the late Pablo Alias extrajudicially settled, partitioned and adjudicated over a parcel of land, Lot No. 1340, situated at Brgy. Tabok, Hindang, Leyte, with an area of .2700.59 hectares, covered by Tax Dec. No. 0815019-00289, assessed value of P3,850.00 and with market value P9,624,86. A Deed of Sale was executed in favor of Sps. Bienvinido Palac and Evelyn Palac as vendee for the above-described property; per Doc. No. 476, Page No. 96, Book No. XXII, Series of 2012 of Notary Public Atty. Lemuel M. Nerves. LSDE: January 16, 23 & 30, 2013 spondent is a Filipino Citizen, also of legal age, married and residing at her home in 106 Doce 36 Street, Bagong Barrio, Caloocan City where she maybe served with summon and other judicial notices pertinent to the instant case; 2. Petitioner and Respondent were married in Caloocan City on August 30, 1996 under Marriage License No. 2073171 issue on August 30, 1996 by Apolinario L. Guevara, Jr., a copy of the Certificate of Marriage is hereto attached to be marked as Exh. A; 3. After the celebration of the marriage, petitioner and respondent left for Taiwan and had lived together for sometime and then suddenly thereafter respondent without notice nor permission and without forwarding address left the former and never came to their conjugal; 4. Petitioner exhaustively exerted efforts to look for his wife, the respondent herein, to bring her back to their conjugal home in Taiwan but all his efforts did not result a fruitful endeavor and after exhaustive verification, petitioner was informed that his wife respondent had returned to her home in 106 Doce 36 Street, Bagong Barrio, Caloocan City with a live-in partner and in fact respondent never return back to Taiwan to live with her husband petitioner despite his pleadings which caused him to decide to file a petition for divorce in Taichung District Court of Taiwan; 5. And so and in fact, petitioner had decided to file a petition for divorce in the family court in Taichung District Court, Taiwan docketed as Case No. 95-Nien-Tu-FinTzu-308, Mr. LI, YEN-TA, petitioner vs. MME. JANET DABANDAN, respondent, and after due notice and hearing, the Taichung District Court of Taiwan through Honorable Judge Chen, HsuehTe a Civil rendered a Degree approving the petition for divorce the original copy of which decision in Taiwanis language is hereto attached as Annex B which became final and executory on October 11, 2006 as certified to by Translator Daniel Jang on October 22, 2007, the original copy of the Certification of Finalized Civil Judgment by Taichung District Court, Taiwan is hereto attached as Annex C. The same decision was translated into English Language, the original copy of the English translated decision is hereto attached as Annex D, which was translated by RENE C. ILUMIN the Legal Officer/Signing Officer, Taichung Extension Office of the Manila Economic and Cultural Office, duly authenticated, the original copy of the Certificate of Authentication is hereto attached as Annex E which Certificate of Authentication is further certified by Authentication Officer Armando S. Dimaranan of the Department of Foreign Affairs, Manila, the original copy of which is hereto attached as Annex F; 5. On April 23, 2008, petitioner, in his desire to regain back his legal capacity to marry, had registered the abovecited Civil Degree (Divorce) together with the Certificate of Authentications Annexes B, C, and D in the City Civil Registry of City of Manila, a copy of the Certification of Registration is hereto attached to be marked as Exh. G but petitioner was advised that since the Philippine Government does not recognize a divorce, there is a need to file in court of his place of sojourn which is in Capoocan, Leyte, a petition for declaring of nullity of the marriage between the petitioner and the respondent herein; 6. That, for so short a time after the couple lived in Taiwan, respondent got lost from their conjugal home and went astray until finally she went back to the Philippines to live with her live-in partner in her home at Brgy. Bagong Barrio in Caloocan City; 7. It is not fair and just to keep the petitioner tied up to his marriage with the respondent who had run away from him and failed to perform marital duties and responsibilities which is a clear indication that respondent is suffering from psychological incapacity which is a legal ground for declaration of marriages null and void; WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed of this Honorable Court that after due notice and hearing judgment be rendered declaring the marriage of the petitioner and respondent which was celebrated last August 30, 1996 null and void. Further, petitioner prays for other relief and remedies which this Honorable Court may deem just and equitable under the premises. Carigara, Leyte, March 13, 2012,

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH SALE

DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT 8th Judicial Region Ormoc City OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF COURT & EX-OFFICIO SHERIFF HAZEL TUGADO represented by Rolando S. Afable, Mortgagee, -versusVILMA C. TAN, Mortgagor EJF Case No. R-ORM-12-00023-FC For: EXTRA-JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE OF REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE under Act 3135 x- - - - - - - - - -x NOTICE OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE SALE
Upon Extra-judicial petition for sale under Act 3135 filed by HAZEL TUGADO rep. by Rolando S. Afable, Marulas Valenzuela City against Vilma C. Tan to satisfy the mortgage indebtedness which as of March 8, 2012 amounts to Eight Hundred Forty Thousand Pesos only (P840,000.00), including interest, penalties, other charges & attorneys fees, but excluding sheriffs fees and other expenses of foreclosure, the undersigned sheriff will sell at public auction on February 12, 2013 at 4:00 P.M. at the Office of the Clerk of Court, Regional Trial Court, Ormoc City to the highest bidder, for cash or managers check and in Philippine Currency, the following properties with all the improvements located therein to wit:

TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. 34361 Register of Deeds of Ormoc City A parcel of land designated as Lot 9440-D-8-A, of the subdivision plan, Psd08-011053-D, being a portion of Lot 9440-D-E, Psd08-009226-D, situated at the Barangay of Valencia, Ormoc City, Island of Leyte, Bounded on the SW., along line 1-2, by Lot 9436, Cad 246; on the W. along line 2-3 by Lot 9440-9-5, Psd 08-009226-D; on the NW. along line 3 to 6, by Lot 9440-C, Psd-003738006943-B; on the SE., along line 6-7 by Lot 9440-C, Psd003738-006943-B; on the SE., along line 7-E-1, by Lot 9440D-E-8 of this subdivision. Beginning at a point marked 1 on plan, being S. 89 deg. 16W., 400.28 m. from BMM No. 45, Cad. 256; thence N., 71 deg. 33W., 59.90 m. to point 2; thence N. 0 deg. 12E., 11.94 m. to point 3; thence N. 84 deg. 33E., 43.64 m. to point 4; thence N. 47 deg. 35E., 43.64 m. to point 5; N. 60 deg. 00W., 33.10 m. to point 6; thence S. 76 deg. 10E., 31.79 m. to point 7; thence S. 13 deg. 50W., 46.26 m. to point 8; thence S. 18 deg. 21W., 29.98 m. to point of beginning; containing an area of TWO THOUSAND SEVENTY SEVEN (2,077) square meters, more or less. Registered in the name of Vilma Tan, Ormoc City. All sealed bids must be submitted to the undersigned on the above stated time and date. In the event the public auction should not take place on the said date, it shall be held on February 19, 2013 without further notice.

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT 8th Judicial Region Branch 13-Carigara, Leyte LI YEN-TA, Petitioner, -versusJANET C. DABANDAN, Respondent CIVIL CASE NO. RTC-2012-039-CV For: DECLARATION OF NULLITY OF MARRIAGE x- - - - - - - - - - -x SUMMONS To: JANET C. DABANDAN 106 Doce 36 Street Bagong Barrio, Caloocan City
GREETINGS You are hereby required, within fifteen (15) days after service of this summons upon you, to file with this Court and serve on the Petitioner your Answer to the Complaint/Petition, copy of which is attached together with the annexes. You are reminded of the provision of IBP-OCA Memorandum on Policy Guidelines dated March 12, 2002, to observe and restraint from filing a Motion to Dismiss and instead allege the grounds thereof as defenses in the Answer. WITNESS my hand under the seal of this Court this 5th day of July 2012. (Sgd.) ATTY. PHENALYN P. BRAZIL-ABELLAR Branch Clerk of Court x- - - - - - - - -x Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT REGIONAL TRIAL COURT 8th Judicial Region Branch 13, Carigara, Leyte -oOoLI, YEN-TA Petitioner, -versusJANET C. DABANDAN Respondent CIVIL CASE NO. RTC-2012-039-CV FOR: DECLARATION OF NULLITY OF MARRIAGE x- - - - - - - - - -x ORDER A Manifestation and Motion was filed by Petitioner, through counsel, on December 17, 2012, copy of which was furnished to the Public Prosecutor of Carigara, Leyte. Petitioner manifested that since the return of the summons as served by the Process Server of the Office of the Clerk of Court of RTC Caloocan City shows, that the undersigned Ex-officer Ale-

jandro Ramos who introduced himself to the present occupant and informed the undersigned that JANET DABANDAN is no longer at the given address an she already migrated to other country, there is a need to serve summons by publication as required by law. That the Branch Clerk of Court of this Court has the opinion based on the Return of Service of summons that the service by publication will be done by newspaper of national coverage like the Stars, the Daily Inquirer, the Manila Bulletin, etc., which is very costly and the petitioner cannot financially afford expenses that will entail if the service of publication will be through the above cited national newspapers, hence prays that she be allowed to have the service of summons through local newspaper of Tacloban City. Manifestation is NOTED, and the Motion is hereby GRANTED, with the proviso that the local newspaper where the service of summons is to be published should be of general circulation within the province of Leyte and Samar, and another publication in a newspaper of general circulation within the province of Luzon. Furnish copy of this order to Atty. Juan L. Caamaque, the Petitioner and the Public Prosecutor as well as the Respondent. SO ORDERED. IN CHAMBERS this 19th day of December 2012 at Carigara, Leyte.

(a) I am the petitioner in the above-entitled petition; that I have caused to be prepared and filed in court; that I have understood all the contents of the same for having been interpreted to me in Tagalog Language which I understand; that the contents thereof are true and correct of my own personal knowledge; (b) That this is the second civil case I filed against Janet C. Dabandan for declaration of nullity of marriage but the same case was dismissed without prejudice for lack of interest. I am now refilling the same civil case and there is no other action or proceeding involving the same issue pending in the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, its lower court, Special Court and Tribunals; and as far as I honestly know, there is not such kind of a case pending in any of the above-mentioned court and/or forum; but if in the future I will discover that a case is pending in any of those mentioned courts. I shall take it upon myself to report that fact five (5) days therefrom to the court where that case is pending.

MCLE Compliance No. IV-0001065 Attorneys Roll No. 14902 VERIFICATION AND AFFIDAVIT OF ANTI FORUM SHOPPING

(Sgd.) EMELINDA R. MAQUILAN Presiding Judge Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT 8th Judicial Region Branch 13 Carigara, Leyte LI YEN-TA, Petitioner, -versusJANET C. DABANDAN, Respondent CIVIL CASE NO. RTC-2012-039-CV For: DECLARATION OF NULLITY OF MARRIAGE x- - - - - - - - - - -x PETITION
x- - - - - - - - -x

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me this 14th day of March, 2012 in Carigara, Leyte.

(Sgd.) LI, YEN-TA Petitioner

(Sgd.) JUAN L. CAAMAQUE, JR. Counsel for the Petitioner Jozon de Mata St., Brgy. Baybay, Carigara, Leyte PTR No. 5314389Carigara, Leyte-January 2, 2012 IBP No. 876825-Leyte Chapter-Jan. 2, 2008 MCLE Compliance No. IV-0001065 Attorneys Roll No. 14902 PROOF OF SERVICE AND EXPLANATION

(Sgd.) ZENEN B. PURAY, JR. Sheriff IV


LSDE: January 9, 16 & 23, 2013

PLAINTIFF in the aboveentitled case, by undersigned counsel, to this Honorable Court respectfully states: 1. Plaintiff is a Taiwanes Citizen, of legal age, married and resident of Brgy. Zone I, Capoocan, Leyte while re-

(Sgd.) JUAN L. CAAMAQUE, JR. Counsel for the Petitioner Jozon de Mata St., Brgy. Baybay, Carigara, Leyte PTR No. 5314389Carigara, Leyte-January 2, 2012 IBP No. 876825-Leyte Chapter-Jan. 2, 2008

THIS IS TO CERTIFY that a copy of the foregoing petition was furnished the Office of the Solicitor General in its office in Makati City by registered mail per registry receipt hereto attached.

LSDE: January 16, 23 & 30, 2013

(Sgd.) JUAN L. CAAMAQUE, JR.

Wednesday, 16 January 2013

No reconciliation yet - Delgado


TACLOBAN CITY Samar gubernatorial candidate Rosa Jessica Aika Uy-Delgado said she cannot extend a reconciliatory hand to her and her slain dads political rivals as of yet. This she disclosed during the peace covenant signed by congressional, provincial and municipal candidates in Samar province which calls for a Secure and Free Elections this May 2013. Delgado said the pain and trauma caused by the untimely demise of her father, former Samar first district representative and Calbayog City Mayor Reynaldo Ining Uy is still much to overcome. Uys death in 2011 was seen to be caused by political motives. At the moment, reconciliation is not an option. The family still has to heal from the pain and trauma of losing our beloved father. It has not been easy for us, Delgado told local media in an interview after the peace covenant signing. The Catbaloganbased Tan family, composed of incumbent Gov. Sharee Ann Tan, Vice Gov. Stephen James Tan and Samar first district Representative Mila Tan, is the Uys closest political rival in Samar. For the 2013 elections, the Tans are fielding six candidates from their family for various positions in Samar province and in Catbalogan City. Delgado however added, that time heals all wounds and only time will tell if reconciliation is a possibility. Although she firmly said that she is
Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation & Communications Land Transportation Franchising & Regulatory Board Regional Office No. 8 Tacloban City LTFRB CASE NO. VIII-2007-0409 Application for Extension of Validity of a CPC to operate a FILCAB service with Prayer to Adopt Trade Name. VERONICA A. YUNSON Applicant/s/Petitioner x.............................x NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT IS A GRANTEE OF A CPC TO OPERATE A FILCAB SERVICE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT ALONG THE LINE: ORMOC CITY-VALENCIA & VICE VERSA WITH THE USE OF ONE (1) UNIT WHICH CERTIFICATE WILL EXPIRE ON JAN. 17, 2013. IN THE PRESENT APPLICATION, APPLICANT REQUEST AUTHORITY TO EXTEND THE VALIDITY OF A CPC USING THE SAME NO. OF UNIT AND ROUTE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS APPLICATION WILL BE HEARD BY THIS BOARD ON JANUARY 28, 2013 AT 9:00 AM AT ITS OFFICE AT THE ABOVE MENTIONED ADDRESS. At least TEN (10) days prior to the date, applicant/s shall publish this Notice once in one (1) Daily newspaper of general circulation in Eastern Visayas. Parties opposed to the approval of the application must file verified written opposition supported by documentary evidences on or before the above date furnishing a copy of the same to the applicant, and may if they so desire, appear on said date and time. This application shall be acted upon by the Board on the basis of its records and the documentary evidences submitted by parties under the board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary or testimonial evidences. WITNESS THE HONORABLE REGIONAL DIRECTOR, ARTHUR L. SAIPUDIN, this 14th day of January 2013. (Sgd.) GUALBERTO N. GUALBERTO Clerk of Board

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in full accord to the call of the Church, Philippine National Police and the Commission on Elections for secure and peaceful elections in Samar province. We are in full support of the peace covenant.That is why, all our mayors in the difRepublic of the Philippines Department of Transportation & Communications Land Transportation Franchising & Regulatory Board Regional Office No. 8 Tacloban City

ferent municipalities are here including our provincial candidates. We hope for the same for the province of Samar and we have long been advocating for change for the province, Delgado said. Samar is among the 15 priority areas in the coming elections
Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation & Communications Land Transportation Franchising & Regulatory Board Regional Office No. 8 Tacloban City LTFRB CASE NO. VIII-2013-0026 Ref. No. VIII-2003-0114 Application for Sale & Transfer of a CPC to operate a PUJ service with Extension of Validity & with Prayer to Adopt Trade Name

by the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG). Six Samar municipalities are reported as hotspot areas including Calbayog City, Matuguinao, San Jorge, San Jose De Buan, Sta. Margarita and Tarangnan towns.
(AHLETTE C. REYES)
Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation & Communications Land Transportation Franchising & Regulatory Board Regional Office No. 8 Tacloban City LTFRB CASE NO. VIII-2003-0080 Application for Extension of Validity of a CPC to operate a PUJ service with Prayer to Adopt Trade Name. RUFO BULATIN Applicant/s/Petitioner x.............................x NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT IS A GRANTEE OF A CPC TO OPERATE A PUJ SERVICE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT ALONG THE LINE: ORMOC CITY-BALUGO VIA ALBUERA & VICE VERSA WITH THE USE OF ONE (1) UNIT WHICH CERTIFICATE WILL EXPIRE ON FEBRUARY 25, 2013. IN THE PRESENT APPLICATION, APPLICANT REQUEST AUTHORITY TO EXTEND THE VALIDITY OF A CPC USING THE SAME NO. OF UNIT AND ROUTE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS APPLICATION WILL BE HEARD BY THIS BOARD ON JANUARY 29, 2013 AT 9:00 AM AT ITS OFFICE AT THE ABOVE MENTIONED ADDRESS. At least TEN (10) days prior to the date, applicant/s shall publish this Notice once in one (1) Daily newspaper of general circulation in Eastern Visayas. Parties opposed to the approval of the application must file verified written opposition supported by documentary evidences on or before the above date furnishing a copy of the same to the applicant, and may if they so desire, appear on said date and time. This application shall be acted upon by the Board on the basis of its records and the documentary evidences submitted by parties under the board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary or testimonial evidences. WITNESS THE HONORABLE REGIONAL DIRECTOR, ARTHUR L. SAIPUDIN, this 15th day of January 2013. (Sgd.) GUALBERTO N. GUALBERTO Clerk of Board

LTFRB CASE NO. VIII-2003-0465 Application for Extension of Validity of a CPC to operate a FILCAB service. DANILO ABRIA Applicant/s/Petitioner x.............................x NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT IS A GRANTEE OF A CPC TO OPERATE A FILCAB SERVICE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT ALONG THE LINE: TACLOBAN CITY-SAN JOSE & VICE VERSA WITH THE USE OF ONE (1) UNIT WHICH CERTIFICATE WILL EXPIRE ON APRIL 24, 2013. IN THE PRESENT APPLICATION, APPLICANT REQUEST AUTHORITY TO EXTEND THE VALIDITY OF A CPC USING THE SAME NO. OF UNIT AND ROUTE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS APPLICATION WILL BE HEARD BY THIS BOARD ON JANUARY 29, 2013 AT 9:00 AM AT ITS OFFICE AT THE ABOVE MENTIONED ADDRESS. At least TEN (10) days prior to the date, applicant/s shall publish this Notice once in one (1) Daily newspaper of general circulation in Eastern Visayas. Parties opposed to the approval of the application must file verified written opposition supported by documentary evidences on or before the above date furnishing a copy of the same to the applicant, and may if they so desire, appear on said date and time. This application shall be acted upon by the Board on the basis of its records and the documentary evidences submitted by parties under the board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary or testimonial evidences. WITNESS THE HONORABLE REGIONAL DIRECTOR, ARTHUR L. SAIPUDIN, this 14th day of January 2013. (Sgd.) GUALBERTO N. GUALBERTO Clerk of Board

ROSALINA BAUTISTA-VENDOR JERRY KEMPIS-VENDEE Applicant/s/Petitioner x.............................x NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICANT REQUEST AUTHORITY FOR THE APPROVAL OF SALE MADE BY ROSALINA BAUTISTA-VENDOR IN FAVOR OF JERRY KEMPIS-VENDEE OF A CPC FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT ALONG THE LINE: TACLOBAN CITY-SAN JOSE & VICE VERSA WITH THE USE OF ONE (1) UNIT A PUJ SERVICE WHICH CERTIFICATE IS STILL VALID AND SUBSISTING. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS APPLICATION WILL BE HEARD BY THIS BOARD ON JANUARY 29, 2013 AT 9:00 AM AT ITS OFFICE AT THE ABOVE MENTIONED ADDRESS. At least TEN (10) days prior to the date, applicant/s shall publish this Notice once in one (1) Daily newspaper of general circulation in Eastern Visayas. Parties opposed to the approval of the application must file verified written opposition supported by documentary evidences on or before the above date furnishing a copy of the same to the applicant, and may if they so desire, appear on said date and time. This application shall be acted upon by the Board on the basis of its records and the documentary evidences submitted by parties under the board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary or testimonial evidences. WITNESS THE HONORABLE REGIONAL DIRECTOR, ARTHUR L. SAIPUDIN, this 14th day of January 2013. (Sgd.) GUALBERTO N. GUALBERTO Clerk of Board

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Wednesday, 16 January 2013

EVs prawn capital needs more govt support


MAASIN CITY The prawn industry here in Southern Leyte needs more government support, said Southern Leyte State University-Bontoc campus administrator Mabel Calva. Calva, whose campus specializes fisheries and aquatic research, led the provinces bid for a Guinness World Record for the longest prawn stewduring the First International Fresh Water Prawn (Ulang) Congress and Festival on Saturday with delegates from Kenya, Norway and Vietnam, along with other representatives from state universities and campuses in the country. Well continue the prawn festival next year and the years thereafter to promote efforts of food security and at the same time tourism opportunities And we need the cooperation and support of all the stakeholders in ulang industry, Calva said in an interview with Leyte Samar Daily Express. About 10,500 pieces of prawns were served to hundreds of participants, town folks, and visitors which include CHED commissioner Nenalyn Defensor and scientist Dr. Maria Lourdes CuvinAralar of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center who also gave positive impressions on the event. I am happy with the research efforts being done by the faculty and researchers of the University. I would encourage them to have their research proposals reviewed and their research output published in peer reviewed journals so that their output could be disseminated. This would also give your University wide recognition in the research community, read Dr. Aralars message. She also congratulated SLSU president Dr. Gloria Reyes for the success of the festival.. The keyword is sustainability. To do it, we need farmer-entrepreneurs to engage in ulang farming, need to conduct more researches on ulang, especially on brood stocking density, improve hatchery technology, and most importantly need LGUs support, Calva also said. The organizers have spent roughly P3 million for the repair and improvement of the school facility and for holding the congress, according to Calva. Nine municipalities have given financial support to the event, she added. With the success of the festival, Calva said they are positive that more people will take notice of the province and its shrimp industry. If we want to have a more successful ulang festival in the future, the funding requirement could be double or even triple. And we need the cooperation and support of all the stakeholders in ulang industry, she added. SLSU-Bontoc, with its 270 students, has only one prawn hatchery about 10x20 meters located at Brgy. Casao, Bontoc. Accordingly Southern Leyte has the only prawn hatchery in whole Eastern visayas region. Prawn pond is intended as demonstration farm for instructional purposes. Its just almost a hectare. For the festival, we collaborated with Janno Idjao, farmerentrepreneur and Bontoc councilor to produce the required volume of prawns with our technical assistance, Calva admitted. The campus administrator however said they will continue to reach out their technology to the farmerentrepreneurs in shrimp industry. We are here for them. We will continue to do research for their benefit.
(RONALD O. REYES)

First International Fresh Water Prawn Congress and Festival photo courtesy of Cha Vanzuela and Mabel Calva.

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GSIS extends emergency loan in VisMin areas til Jan 18


State pension fund Government Service and Insurance System (GSIS) has extended the deadline for the filing of emergency loan applications until January 18, for GSIS members in eight provinces in the Visayas, and in two government offices in Mindanao . The pension fund previously set the deadline for the filing of loan application on January 5, 2013 for GSIS members affected by typhoon Pablo in the Visayas, namely, Aklan, Antique, Biliran sub province, Bohol, Capiz, Iloilo , Leyte , and Negros Occidental. GSIS President and General Manager Robert G. Vergara said the extended deadline is in response to the clamor of members who were affected by recent typhoon Quinta which brought flash floods in the Central Visayas . We also have a group of members who became qualified for the loan after their agencies committed to update their unpaid premiums through a memorandum of agreement, he said. These agencies included the Local Water District in Kauswagan and the Bacolod municipal government in Lanao del Norte. The agreement effectively lifted their agencies suspension hence restoring the members loan privileges, Vergara said. Since the loan window was opened last December 7, the GSIS has thus far released more than Php4.4 billion, benefiting over 251,000 members in Visayas and Mindanao . To avail of the Php20,000 loan, member-borrowers must be residing or working in the areas declared under a state of calamity and must not be on leave of absence without pay. Members must also be current in the payment of their contributions and loans and do not belong to a government agency suspended by the GSIS for nonpayment of premiums and loans. For inquiries about the emergency loan program, members may either call the GSIS hotline number (02) 847-4747 or visit the GSIS office nearest them. (PR)

a councilor. Its nothing but a media blitz. There was nothing wrong with the bidding, she said. But in his 10-page complaint, Glova said that the city government, as represented by Romualdez, was deprived of about P94.2 million potential income when it entered into transactions with two private companies involving two separate parcels of lots at the new bus terminal in Abucay district. (The) public respondents, consipiring and confederating with the private respondents, knowingly entered on behalf of the city government of Tacloban two contracts or sales transactions which are manifestly and grossly disadvantageous to the city government of Tacloban, Glova alleged in his complaint. Regardless of whether the public respondents and private respondents have profited or will profit thereby, these acts constitute a gross neglect of duty and a violation of section 3(g) of Republic Act 3019, otherwise known as the AntiGraft and Corrupt Practices Act, he added. The graft charged against Romualdez stemmed from the selling of two parcels of lots at the new bus terminal sometime in October of last

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year. Glova claimed that when Romualdez and his co-respondents awarded the lots to the winning bidders, the city government was deprived of P94.2 million of potential revenue. These after the two private respondents were given lot prices per square meter lower than what was stipulated in the guidelines of the Notice of Public Auction Sale, Glova said. The Notice of Public Auction Sale provided the amount of lots to be auctioned per square meter, either in cash or installment basis. Under Lot Number 4-66, involving 440 square meters, the winning bidder must pay P12,000 per sq. meter if in cash basis and P14,000 per sq. meter if in installment basis. And for Lot Number 68, involving 24,353 square meters, the same guidelines set the lot per square meter at P13,000 if bought on cash basis and P15,000 if it is on installment basis. Glova claimed that Romualdez and the members of the City Disposal and Auction Sale Committee (CDASC) awarded the two lots at cash basis though the winning bidders paid only the 30 percent of the total amount of the lot prices, in effect buying the lots at installment basis. Thus, the city govern-

ment lost about P93.49 million for Lot Number 68 and another P880,000 for Lot Number 66, or a combined amount of P94.2 million, Glova claimed. Lot Number 66 was awarded to local businessman Robert Gosyco while Lot Number 68 was awarded to the Robinsons Land Corp.as represented by its president Frederick Go. Both businessmen were also included in the charged sheet by Glova. Aside from Romualdez and the two businessmen, other city officials charged were City Administrator Tecson John Lim; Zosima Cordao in her capacity both as the city treasurer and chairman CDASC; Engr. Dionesio de Paz, as the officer-in-charge of the City Engineerings Office and as a member of the CDASC; Lawyer Rodolfo Pealosa,in his capacity as representative of the City Legal Office; Engr. Leoncio Parado,in his capacity as head of the property and supply division and as a member of the CDASC;Johanna Solilap,in her capacity as representative of the City Planning and Development Office; Maura Juli, in her capacity as OIC of the Land Tax Division(CTD) and Imelda Tado, in her capacity as a staff of CTD.

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TACLOBAN CITY - At about 5:00 a.m. on January 10 , Virginia Delanta Columbre, a resident of Purok Tambis, Brgy. 87, San Jose, discovered that their house was robbed by an unidentified suspect/s. She was about to start her day when she noticed that their backdoor lock was destroyed. Upon discovering this, the Akyat-Bahay Gang victim immedi-

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January 26 is early registration day in all public schools nationwide


The Department of Education announces the nationwide early registration on January 26 of students in all public elementary and secondary schools to achieve universal participation and completion of basic education. Education Secretary Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC said the annual event manifests DepEds thrust to bring all school-aged children to school and bring the outof- school youth back to the classroom. We are enlisting the assistance of local and barangay officials for the early registration of outof-school children (OSC) and out-of-school youth (OSY), those with difficulty in learning and the indigenous peoples (IPs), Luistro said. Based on DepEd Order No. 89 series of 2012, January 26, 2013 is declared as Early Registration Day for school year 2013-2014. The specific target of early registration are all five-year olds to ensure their enrolment in kindergarten and all six-year olds to ensure their registration for Grade 1. Also target of early registration are OSC and OSY from the disadvantaged groups including street children ages 5 to 18. Luistro said they will be provided their preferred education delivery system which could either be formal through alternative delivery mode (ADM) or alternative learning system (ALS). The early registration will also enable DepEd to closely work with the LGUs, the Parent Teachers Associations, barangay officials, civil society groups, civic organizations and the business sector among others to make the necessary preparation and address potential gaps that may arise. We want to make the June school opening as smooth as possible and as universally participated in as possible, that is why we are doing the preparation as early as January, Luistro explained. (PR)

Akyat-bahay gang strikes in San Jose


ately awakened her husband and the rest of the family members. They further looked for other gateway of the robbers, and the found out that two pieces of their windows jalousies were detached and some items were looted from their living room. The items missing, as reported by the complainant to the police, were a Samsung CD player worth P12,000, a radio tape in black color, 2 pcs. cellphone Nokia and Cherry mobile phones; 2 pcs. wristwatch body bag (black in color) containing cash of about P1,500 and personal things. The San Jose Police community precinct immediately conducted an investigation at the Colombres residence and as of now, the suspects are still at large.
(RYAN M. PALANA,

New SSS-DIL G agreement on business permit issuance strengthens protection of workers


The Social Security System (SSS) has renewed its partnership with the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) to strengthen the monitoring of businesses SSS compliance as part of the pension funds campaign to protect its members from erring employers. SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio de Quiros, Jr. disclosed that a new agreement provides for regular sharing of information between the SSS and local government units (LGUs), which will serve as basis in the issuance of business permits or licenses needed by employers to continue operating every year. In an earlier arrangement between SSS and DILG dating back to 2001, employers and business operators were required to submit a Certificate of SSS Coverage and Compliance before they could secure a business permit or license, or Mayors Permit, from their LGU during the business renewal period at the start of every year. Under the new agreement, SSS branches will provide their covered LGUs on the last business day of every year a list of registered employers, business owners or operators with SSS delinquencies. Employers with overdue SSS obligations will not be issued a Mayors Permit, although LGUs have the option to issue three-month temporary permits to give these businesses time to settle their delinquent SSS accounts. If the validity of the temporary permit has lapsed after three months and the employer is still non-compliant, no regular permits will be issued to the employer until the SSS delinquency has been settled. This SSS-DILG agreement reflects the governments aim to ensure that employers uphold their obligations to workers. Employers also stand to benefit because this simplifies the process of renewing their permits, and ultimately promote a more business-friendly environment, de Quiros said. Since SSS account officers conduct ocular inspection of employers in their assigned areas, we will also update LGUs of businesses discovered to be operating without SSS registration. This helps the concerned LGU to verify if they also lack business permits, he added. LGUs, on the other hand, will give SSS branches a list of establishments with new or renewed business permits, and another list of businesses granted temporary permits, not later than the end of February every year. De Quiros noted that the agreement, which took effect after it was signed last December 26, 2012, also provides for SSS participation in Business One-Stop Shops (BOSS) that LGUs set up during the business renewal period every January to help employers settle their SSS delinquencies. The state-run SSS currently has over 600,000 registered businesses. The Social Security law requires employers to report newly-hired workers for SSS coverage within 30 days, deduct contributions from employees salaries, and remit workers monthly premiums to SSS on time. (PR)

A drunkard troublemaker
PALO, Leyte - A man who was reportedly under the influence of intoxicating liquor has threatened and challenged his neighbor to a fight. Reynaldo Onida, 43 yrs old, married, resident of Sitio Lawod, Brgy. St. Michael, Palo, Leyte complained to the police that he was allegedly threatened by the suspect, Renerio Ybanez. The suspect was reportedly armed with a short bladed weapon and a steel pipe when he went to the house of Onida and allegedly uttered, gawas dida, pag-away kita, papatayon ta ikaw di ka ngani gumawas rurubon ko ini nga sarakyan bisan ine kan kanay. And because of his anger he allegedly stabbed the two wheels of the pedicab.

This incident occurred last January 11, 2013 at 8:40 pm at Brgy. St. Michael, Palo, Leyte. It was further alleged that the suspect oftentimes come to the complainants house to provoke trouble. (ROXANNE JOY F. EVSU Intern) CAPATOY,

Drunk teenagers violate LTO law


TACLOBAN CITY -Three drunk teenagers were recently booked at the Tacloban City Police Office (TCPO) at the lock-up cell. The suspects were riding a motorcycle with no valid papers and apparently drunk when apprehended by SPO3 Salas and PO2 Ripalda of Marasbaras Police Staion-1, this city. The suspects were identified as Charlie Sao, 18, Edifhar Mosca, 18, and ArgeLantajo, 19, all residents of Brgy. San Roque in St. Fe, Leyte. The motorcycle was released to the driver, a blue Kawasaki that was in good running condition. (JESSICA O. PULGA, EVSU intern)

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Wednesday, 16 January 2013

4M crowd forecast for Sinulog grand parade


CEBU CITY -- At least 8,000 police personnel, soldiers, reservists and cadets will help secure the Sinulog grand parade and the revelers, estimated at four million, who will join the festivities this Sunday. As early as last weekend, several out-of-town dancing contingents arrived in Cebu City and are now staying in different public schools. A dry run was conducted on Monday so the police will know where they will be stationed on January 20. Like the police, the Central Command (CentCom) is now all set for the Sinulog festivities and committed to assist the police by fielding 500 regular Army personnel. We will always be willing to help so that the celebration will be peaceful, said Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Tampus, deputy officer for operations of CentCom. Aside from the officers, about 5,000 reservists of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) cadets will also be tapped for crowd control. We assure the public that these personnel and reservists will be there until the end of Sinulog, Tampus said. A heightened alert status was recently declared in Cebu City and will be lifted only at the end of the celebration. From over 3.5 million people who joined the Sinulog last year, Senior Superintendent Mariano Natu-el Jr., officer-in-charge of the Cebu City Police Office (CCPO), said they are expecting some four million people to join the festivities this year. He said they already requested additional 500 police personnel to help with the crowd control and security. About 1,000 police personnel from CCPO, 99 field training police (FTP) and 1,000 from the Police Regional Office (PRO)Central Visayas will be deployed in the city during the festivity. Help In the midst of the grand preparations, City Hall is planning to help one of the key figures in the annual celebration. Mayor Michael Rama said the City Government will give a wheelchair to Estelita Titang Diola and help pay her bills in the Cebu City Medical Center. Diola, 87, is the oldest Sinulog dancer. She was rushed to the hospital last month after she broke her hip when she fell while trying to switch on the light at home. She dances the traditional, religious Sinulog. Dancers in this Sundays parade will perform a variation of that in the Sinulogbased category and some less traditional twists in the free interpretation contest. In the public schools in Cebu City, dancers from other provinces have settled down and will start taking turns rehearsing at the Cebu City Sports Center, where all dancing contingents will perform in their chosen category. The contingent from Zamboanga Sibugay arrived Sunday morning, while the contingents from Tangub City and Placer, Masbate arrived Sunday night. Zamboanga Sibugay, whose dancers are staying at the Guadalupe Elementary School, will compete in the free interpretation category (FI), while Tangub City will compete in the Sinulog-based category. Tangubs contingent is housed at the Cebu City Sports Center. Biggest The delegation from Placer, Masbate, who are staying at the Cebu City Central School, will field two contingents -- the Tribu Himag-ulaw for the FI category and the Culturang Placereo for the SB category. It is the second time for Placer to field contingents to the two categories. Sinulog Foundation Inc. (SFI) Executive Director Ricky Ballesteros said that with 1,000 individuals making up the delegation, Placer has the biggest contingent, which already includes their dancers, props men and support staff.
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