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LSDE Printing Press accepts Digital Computer to Plate printing jobs The Exponent of EASTERN SAMAR PROGRESS Vol. XI Issue No. 72 Sept. 28- Oct. 04, 2014 187 P. Zamora St.,Tac. City Tel No. (053) 321-4833 EASTERN PACIFIC HARDWARE Baybay 3, Borongan City Eastern Samar Oras town signed a deal to fight poverty ORAS, Eastern Samar – The local government here signed a three-year deal for the implementation of the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan – Comprehensive and Intergrated Delivery of Social Serv
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  LSDE Printing Press accepts Digital Computer to Plate printing jobs187 P. Zamora St.,ac. City el No. (053) 321-4833 Baybay 3,Borongan City Eastern Samar  EASTERN PACIFIC HARDWARE  The Exponent  of EASTERN SAMAR PROGRESS Sept. 28- Oct. 04, 2014 Vol. XI Issue No. 72   Subscribe NOW!!!!! Call: (053) 321-4833Look for Aileen or visit our office at 187 P. Zamora St. Tacloban City  Eastern Samar Bulletin accepts Advertisements!!! contact Romy Cebreros at (055) 261-3319 ACLOBAN CIY- Doing a film about supertyphoon Yolanda would at least ensure that the tragic incident would not be orgotten by the world.Tus said acting multiple winner and considered the Superstar o Philippine movies, Nora Aunor, when asked why she agreed to do the film about Yolanda and shot here in acloban, considered the ground zero o the world’s strongest typhoon to make landall.“Hopeully, this film will help the people not to orget ORAS, Eastern Samar – Te local government here signed a three-year deal or the implementation o the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan – Comprehensive and Intergrated Delivery o Social Services (KALAHI-CIDSS) program.Every year, there will be a P17.4 million municipal grant allocation or the 42 villages o this town to und the projects proposed by each village and approved by the provincial office. Te unds are directly released to the vil-lages’ bank account.“Tis is a way o empowering the people and letting them eel that they are part o planning or the betterment o our community, not only elected government officials,” said mayor Viviane P. Alvarez.KALAHI CIDSS is one o the three core poverty alle- viation program o the Department o Social Welare and Development (DSWD) aiming to empower local commu-nity, reduce poverty and improve local governance.Tis is a community-driven program wherein commu-nity-chosen priorities are turned into sustainable projects which will address the community’s needs and KALAHI CIDSS provides financial assistance or the implementa-tion o these projects.Marian Cuenco, a resident o the town expressed agreement as it would let them know how projects imple-mentation and budget utilization are done. “I think this is ACLOBAN CIY-- Around 150 doctors rom East-ern Visayas gathered here recently or their 2nd Biennial Meeting that aims to enhance their practice or a more efficient service.Organized by the Philippine Pediatric Society (PPS) Eastern Visayas chapter, the event was among its efforts in upgrading the delivery o private sector-led health ser- vices inant and children in Eastern Visayas. Oras town signed a deal to fight poverty  IN ACTION. Superstar Nora Aunor was in Tacloban last week to shoot a movie on Yolanda. The “indie” flm is being megged by award-winning director, Brillante Mendoza (left). (Photo by: LITO A. BAGUNAS) Superstar Nora Aunor shots film on Yolanda on what happened here,” Aunor said.Aunor shot the film, tentatively titled as “aklub,” in different parts o the city like at the acloban Convention Center and in Barangay 88, San Jose district.Te movie, though considered to be o “indie,” as not being backed by a big film studio, is being directed by in-ternationally acclaimed Brillante Mendoza.Mendoza recently won the best director award rom the prestigious Cannes Film Festival or his film “Kinatay,” in 2012 becoming the first Filipino director to achieve such distinction.Aunor, hersel winner o best actress awards rom di-erent international film circuits, plays a Yolanda survivor in the film along with award-winning actor Julio Diaz.Te film is said to be shown by next year and not clear yet i it would be shown and compete at various film esti- Eastern Visayas pediatricians enhance skills Dr. La Rhaine Viernes, the over-all chair o the event, said that they wanted to develop the knowledge o the general pediatricians and also the medical practitioners in Leyte and Samar.“Our main objective is to help acloban. We wanted to enhance their knowledge about this subspecialties en- turn to Page 4...turn to Page 4...turn to Page 4...  NOTICES 2 Easter Samar Bulletin Republic o the Philip-pinesREGIONAL RIAL COUR8th Judicial RegionBranch 3Guiuan, Eastern SamarRURAL BANK OF GUI-UAN (E.S.), INC., Mortgagee,-versus-SPOUSES EOFILO CABACABA and CON-SANCIA CABACABA,MortgagorsEJF File No. 230For:EXRA JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE OF REAL ESAE MOR-GAGE UNDER AC 3135 as Amended By AC 4118x- - - - -- - - - - - -x SHERIFF’S NOICE OF RE-BIDDING/EXRA-JUDI-CIAL SALEUpon extra-judicial peti-tion or sale under Act No. 3135, as amended by Act 4118, filed by the RURAL BANK OF GUIUAN (E.S.), INC., against SPOUS-ES EOFILO CABACABA and CONSANCIA CABACABA, o legal age, Filipinos, with residence and postal address at Barangay Sulangan, Guiuan, Eastern Sa-mar, in order to satisy the mort-gage indebtedness which as o March 31, 2009 amounts to FIVE HUNDRED NINE HOUSAND NINEY-HREE PESOS and 75/100 (509,093.75) Philippine currency, excluding penalties, charges, attorney’s ees and ex-penses o oreclosure and sale, the Ex-Officio Sheriff o Eastern Sa-mar, by and through undersigned will sell at public auction on No-vember 5, 2014 at 10:00 o’clock in the morning or soon thereafer, at the main entrance o the Region-al rial Court, Branch 3, Guiuan, Eastern Samar, to the highest bid-der, or CASH and in Philippine currency, the ollowing property/ies with all its improvements, to wit:AX DECLARAION No. ARP 09053-00979/00980“A parcel o residential land together with all the buildings and improvements ound there-on, located at Int. Imelda St., Brgy. Sulangan, Guiuan, Eastern Samar, declared or taxation pur-poses in the name o EOFILO B. CABACABA under D No. ARP 009053-00979/00980, as-sessed at P1,420.00, bounded on the N., by 633-Nestor Gapate; E., by 018-eolfilo Badoc; S., by 018-eofilo Badoc; and W., by 031-Adela Cobacha, having an area o 78 sq.m. more or less.”All sealed bids must be sub-mitted to the undersigned on the above-stated time and date.In the event the public auc-tion should not take place on the said date, it shall be held on No-vember 14, 2014 without urther notice.Prospective buyers/bidders are hereby enjoined to investigate or themselves the itle/ax Dec-laration to the property/ies de-scribed above and encumbrances thereon i any there be. Guiuan, Eastern Samar, September 17, 2014. (Sgd.) ZORAIDA P. QUILONAClerk o Court VI andEx-Officio Sheriff (Sgd.) ILBERO C. MACALESheriff IV Copy urnished:Te Manager, Rural Bank o Gui-uan (E.S.), Inc., Mortgagee, Gui-uan, Eastern SamarAtty. Pedro L. Felicen, Jr., 116 Gor-gonia Ave., Lot 10, Blk. 2, Phase 2, V&G Subd., acloban City Spouses eofilo Cabacaba & Con-stancia Cabacaba, Brgy. Sulanga, Guiuan, Eastern SamarWARNING: It is absolute prohib-ited to remove, deace or destroy this Notice o Sale on or beore the date o sale, under penalty o the law. ESB: Sept. 21-27, 28- Oct. 4, Oct. 5-11, 2014 Republic o the Philip-pinesREGIONAL RIAL COUR8th Judicial RegionBranch 3Guiuan, Eastern SamarRURAL BANK OF GUI-UAN (E.S.), INC.Mortgagee,-versus-ANONIO O. IDA, ROSIA O. IDA and FLORENCIA O. IDA,MortgagorsEJF File No. 0213For:EXRAJUDICIAL FORECLOSURE OF REAL ESAE MOR-GAGE UNDER AC 3135 AS Amended by AC 4118x- - - - - - - - - -xSHERIFF’S NOICE OF RE-BIDDING/EXRA JUDICIAL SALE Upon extra-judicial peti-tion or sale under Act No. 3135, as amended by Act 4118, filed by the RURAL BANK OF GUIUAN (E.S.), INC., against ANONIO O. IDA, ROSIA O. IDA and FLORENCIA O. IDA, all o legal age, Filipinos, with residence and postal address at San Francisco Street, Barangay 8, Guiuan, East-ern Samar, in order to satisy the mortgage indebtedness which as o July 15, 2007 amounts to ONE MILLION EIGH HOUSAND ONE HUNDRED ELEVEN PE-SOS and 11/100, (P1,008,111.11) Philippine currency, excluding penalties, charges, attorney’s ees and expenses o oreclosure and sale, the Ex-Officio Sheriff o East-ern Samar, by and through under-signed will sell at public auction on November 5, 2014 at 10:00 o’clock in the morning or soon thereafer, at the main entrance o the Regional rial Court, Branch 3, Guiuan, Eastern Samar, to the highest bidder, or CASH and in Philippine currency, the ollowing property/ies with all its improve-ments, to wit:AX DECLARAION No. ARP-09004-00166“A parcel o commercial res-idential land together with all the improvements ound thereon situated at Guimbaolibot Ave., Brgy. 4, Guiuan, Eastern Samar, declared or taxation purposes in the name o ANDRES IDA under D No. 09044-00166, assessed at P16,190.00 and bounded as ol-lows: N., by Guimbaolibot Avenue; E., by Maria Pading; S., by Maria Pading; and W., by Domingo Calzita, with an area o 435 sq. m., more or less.”AX DECLARAION NO. ARP-09011-00063“A parcel o residential land together with all the improvements ound thereon situated at Guim-baolibot Ave., Brgy. 9-A, Guiuan, E. Samar, declared or taxation purposes in the name o ANDRES IDA under D No. 09011-00063, assessed at P6,110.00 and bounded as ollows: N., by 012-Felix Siguan; E., by 009-Esteban Sabulao, Sr.; S., by 009-Esteban Sabulao, Sr., and W., by Guimbaolibot Ave., with an area o 315 sq.m., more or less.”AX DECLARAION NO. ARP 130041“A parcel o residential land located at San Jose Street, Baran-gay 11, Guiuan, Eastern Samar, declared or taxation purposes in the name o Milagros O. Lim (vendor) sold to DR. ANONIO O. IDA per Deed o Absolute Sale under D130041, assessed at P6,590.00 and bounded as ollows: N., by 001-Ciriaco Pimentel; E., by 007-Gerardo Morrero; S., San Jose Street; and W., by 001-Jorge Raygon, known as Cadastral Lot No. 231 with an area o 650 sq.m., more or less.”All sealed bids must be sub-mitted to the undersigned on the above-stated time and date.In the event the public auc-tion should not take place on the said date, it shall be held on No- vember 14, 2014 without urther notice.Prospective buyers/bidders are hereby enjoined to investigate or themselves the itle/ax Dec-laration to the property/ies de-scribed above and encumbrances Republic o the Philip-pinesREGIONAL RIAL COUR8th Judicial RegionBranch 3Guiuan, Eastern SamarRURAL BANK OF GUI-UAN (E.S.), INC.Mortgagee,-versus-SPOUSES FILEX G. DI-MAANGAY and ISABEL DIMAANGAY,MortgagorsEJF File No. 0217For:EXRA JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE OF REAL ESAE MOR-GAGE UNDER AC 3135 as Amended By AC 4118x- - - - - - - - xSHERIFF’S NOICE OF RE-BIDDING/EX-RA-JUDICIAL SALE Upon extra-judicial petition or sale under Act No. 3135, as amend-ed by Act 4118, filed by the RU-RAL BANK OF GUIUAN (E.S.), INC., against SPOUSES FILEX G. DIMAANGAY and ISABEL DIMAANGAY, o legal age, Fili-pinos, with residence and postal address at Barangay Pagnamitan, Guiuan, Eastern Samar, in order to satisy the mortgage indebtedness which as o July 15, 2007 amounts to ONE HUNDRED HIRY-SIX HOUSAND EIGH HUNDRED NINEY-FIVE PESOS and 10/100 (136,895.10) Philippine curren-cy, excluding penalties, charges, attorney’s ees and expenses o oreclosure and sale, the Ex-O-ficio Sheriff o Eastern Samar, by and through undersigned will sell at public auction on November 5, 2014 at 10:00 o’clock in the morn-ing or soon thereafer, at the main entrance o the Regional rial Court, Branch 3, Guiuan, Eastern Samar, to the highest bidder, or CASH and in Philippine currency, the ollowing property/ies with all its improvements, to wit:AX DECLARAION No. ARP-02-09044-00124“A parcel o residential land to-gether with all the buildings and improvements ound thereon sit-uated at Brgy. Road, Brgy. Pagna-mitan, Guiuan, Eastern Samar, de-clared or taxation purposes in the name o FILEX G. DIMAANGAY under D No. ARP-02-09044-00124, assessed at P2,870.00 and bounded as ollows: N., by Baran-gay Road; E., by 006-Juan Caadan; S., by 007 Dolores Pagadora; and W., by Hrs. o Isidora Dimaangay, with an area o 241 sq.m., more or less.”All sealed bids must be submit-ted 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 November 14, 2014 without urther notice.Prospective buyers/bidders are hereby enjoined to investigate or themselves the itle/ax Declara-tion to the property/ies described above and encumbrances thereon i any there be. Guiuan, Eastern Samar, September 17, 2014.(Sgd.) ZORAIDA P. QUILONAClerk o Court VI andEx-Officio Sheriff (Sgd.) ILBERO C. MACALESheriff IV Copy urnished:Te Manager, Rural Bank o Guiuan (E.S.), Inc., Mortgagee, Guiuan, Eastern SamarAtty. Pedro L. Felicen, Jr., 116 Gorgonia Ave., Lot 10, Blk. 2, Phase 2, V&G Subd., acloban City Spouses Filex G. Dimaangay & Isabel Dimaangay, Brgy. Pagnami-tan, Guiuan, Eastern SamarWARNING: It is absolutely prohibited to remove, deace or destroy this Notice o Sale on or beore the date o sale, under penalty o the law.  ESB: Sept. 21-27, 28- Oct. 4, Oct. 5-11, 2014 Republic o the Philip-pinesREGIONAL RIAL COUR8th Judicial RegionBranch 3Guiuan, Eastern SamarRURAL BANK OF GUI-UAN (E.S.), INC.Mortgagee-versus-CIRILA B. QUIZA and JEAN FRANCISCA Q. JABAGA,MortgagorsEJF File No. 0187-03For:EXRA JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE OF REAL ESAE MOR-GAGE UNDER AC 3135 as Amended By AC 4118x- - - - - - - - -x SHERIFF’S NOICE OF RE-BID-DING/EXRA-JUDICIAL SALEUpon extra-judicial peti-tion or sale under Act No. 3135, as amended by Act 4118, filed by the RURAL BANK OF GUIUAN (E.S.), INC., against CIRILA B. QUIZA and JEAN FRANCIS-CA QUIZA-JABAGA, o legal age, Filipinos, with residence and postal address at Barangay 2, Poblacion, Salcedo, Eastern Sa-mar, in order to satisy the mort-gage indebtedness which as o July 15, 2013 amounts to WO HUNDRED SIXY SIX HOU-SAND FIVE HUNDRED HIR-Y HREE PESOS and 33/100 (P266,533.33) Philippine curren-cy, excluding penalties, charges, attorney’s ees and expenses o oreclosure and sale, the Ex-O-ficio Sheriff o Eastern Samar, by and through undersigned will sell at public auction on November 5, 2014 at 10:00 o’clock in the morn-ing or soon thereafer, at the main entrance o the Regional rial Court, Branch 3, Guiuan, Eastern Samar, to the higher bidder, or CASH and in Philippine currency, the ollowing property/ies with all its improvements, to wit:AX DECLARAION No. ARP-99-19002-00037OC No. 8082, Lot 3021, C-3, Pls-1044-D“A parcel o residential lot together with all the buildings and other improvements there-on located at Poblacion, Salce-do, Eastern Samar, declared or taxation purposes in the name o CIRILA A. QUIZA under ax Declaration No. ARP-99-19002-00037, covered by OC No. 8082, Lot 3021, bounded on the SE-Lot 3022, 3030; SW-Lot 3056; NW-Lot 3020; NE-National Road, having an area o 212 square meters, more or less.”All sealed bids must be sub-mitted to the undersigned on the above-stated time and date.In the event the public auc-tion should not take place on the said date, it shall be held on No- vember 14, 2014 without urther notice.Prospective buyers/bidders are hereby enjoined to investigate or themselves the itle/ax Dec-laration to the property/ies de-scribed above and encumbrances thereon i any there be. Guiuan, Eastern Samar, September 17, 2014.(Sgd.) ZORAIDA P. QUILONAClerk o Court VI andEx-Officio Sheriff (Sgd.) ILBERO C. MACALESheriff IV Copy urnished:Te Manager, Rural Bank o Gui-uan (E.S.), Inc., Mortgagee, Gui-uan, Eastern SamarAtty. Pedro L. Felicen, Jr., 116 Gor-gonia Ave., Lot 10, Blk. 2, Phase 2, V&G Subd., acloban City Cirila B. Quiza and Jean Francisca Quiza-Jabagat, Barangay 2, Pobla-cion, Salcedo, Eastern SamarWARNING: It is absolutely pro-hibited to remove, deace or de-stroy this Notice o Sale on or be-ore the date o sale, under penalty o the law.  ESB: Sept. 21-27, 28- Oct. 4, Oct. 5-11, 2014 thereon i any there be. Guiuan, Eastern Samar, September 17, 2014.(Sgd.) ZORAIDA P. QUILONAClerk o Court VI and Ex-Officio Sheriff (Sgd.) ILBERO C. MA-CALE Sheriff IV Copy urnished:Te Manager, Rural Bank o Guiuan (E.S.), Inc., Mortgagee, Guiuan, Eastern SamarAtty. Pedro L. Felicen, Jr., 116 Gorgonia Ave., Lot 10, Blk. 2, Phase 2, V&G Subd., acloban City Antonio O. Ida, Rosita O. Ida and Florencia O. Ida, San Francisco Street, Brgy. 8, Guiuan, Eastern SamarWARNING: It is absolutely prohibited to remove, deace or destroy this Notice o Sale on or beore the date o sale, under penalty o the law.  ESB: Sept. 21-27, 28- Oct. 4, Oct. 5-11, 2014 Republic o the PhilippinesEight (8th) Judicial RegionREGIONAL RIAL COURBranch 01Borongan Eastern SamarIN HE MAER OF HE PEIION FOR HE CORRECION OF ENRIES IN HE CERIFICAE OF LIVE BIRH OF JOSEPHINE A. BAGON AND JASON A. BAGON RE: DAES OF BIRH WIH HE LCR, LLORENE E. SAMAR JOSEPHINE A. BAGON AND JASON A. BAGON rep. by JUDIH A. BAGON as Petitioner-versus-ASUNCION PAULINE B. DAYAG, OIC, LCR o Sept. 28- Oct. 04, 2014 Republic o the Philip-pinesREGIONAL RIAL COUR8th Judicial RegionBranch 3Guiuan, Eastern SamarPEDRO M. GUIM-BAOLIBO, JR., et.al.,Plaintiffs,-vs-MARIAN DARANG, et. al.,Deendants.Civil Case No. 1304For:Annulment o Certificate o itle, Deed o Absolute Sale, ax Declaration and Quieting o itlex-------------------------x JUDGMENT BY COMPROMISE BEFORE HIS COUR are two (2) Compromise Agree-ments executed by both parties (pp. 103-106 o the Records). Te first one is between the plaintiffs and deendant Marian Darang which reads:“xxx xxx xxxTe parties stipulate to the ol-lowing:1.Plaintiff asserts a claim o ownership against deendant on a land located at Lugay st., Brgy. 4-A, Guiuan, Eastern Samar under Lot #1588 with Original Certificate o itle #RP-1414 (reconstituted) but srcinal-ly OC #7797 declared in the name o Euemia A. Macabasag.2. An action based on this claim is now pending at the Regional rial Court, Guiuan, Eastern Samar, Branch 3, case number 1304 and entitled Pedro Guimbaolibot Jr., et. al. vs. Mari-an Darang, et.al., or Annulment o Certificate o itle, Deed o Absolute Sale, ax Declaration and Quieting o itle.3. Deendant denies any liability in connection with the alleged claim.4. Te parties wish to reach a ull and final settlement o the action and all matters aris-ing rom the dispute described above.Tereore, in consideration o the mutual promises set orth, the parties agree to the ollow-ing:a) Deendant will give to plaintiff a portion o the land with an area o Tirty Eight point eighty five square meters only (38.85 sq. mtrs.) which is 3.7 x 10.5 m and the land where the ALLANA’S Meat Shop cur-rently situated. Furthermore, the building and other improve-ments erected or introduced on the aoresaid portion o land, where ALLANA’S Meat Shop is situated, are included in the aoresaid waiver made by deen-dant to plaintiff.b) Plaintiff will cause or the Dismissal o the aoresaid case against herein deendants immediately upon execution o this agreement, dismissing the pending action with prejudice.c) Each party releases the other rom all rights and claims that they may have against the other arising rom the dispute described above.d) Tis agreement was the result o a negotiated settlement and may not be construed as having been prepared by any one party.e) Tis agreement is in-tended to bind and benefit the parties, their heirs, agents, legal representatives, assigns, andsuccessors in interest.xxx xxx xxx”While the second one is between the plaintiffs and de-endants spouses Nicanor and Priscila Cablao which contains substantially the same terms and agreements as the first oneexcept one provision (par. a)which provides:“xxx xxx xxx a) Deendant will giveto plaintiff a total amount oeight hundred thousand pesos(P800,000.00), Phil. Currency,only within a period one (1) year in installment basis at arate o eighty thousand pesos(P80,000.00) per month until the ull amount have been ully paid by the deendant.”Considering that the ore-going Compromise Agreements reflect the voluntariness o the parties and the terms thereo are not contrary to law, morals,good customs and public policy, the said Compromise Agree-ments are hereby APPROVED.WHEREFORE, judgment is hereby rendered in accordancewith the terms o said Compro-mise Agreements. Te partiesare enjoined to comply strictly and in good aith with the termsand conditions set orth therein. SO ORDERED.October 07, 2010, Guiuan, Eastern Samar, Philippines(SGD.) ROLANDO M. LACDO-O Presiding Judge ESB: Sept. 28- Oct. 4, Oct. 5-11, 12-18, 2014 LLORENE, E. SAMAR SPEC. PRO. NO. 156-13FOR: CORRECION OF ENRYx--------------------------x AMENDED ORDER Tis is a verified petition or Correction o Entry in the Certificates o Live Birth o Josephine A. Bagon and Jason A. Bagon praying that the erroneous entries in the certificates o live birth o the petitioners on file with the National Statistics Office be corrected and that the date o birth o Josephine A. Bagon be corrected rom December 15, 1973 to December 15, 1968 and also the date o birth o Jason A. Bagon be corrected rom January 24, 1979 to Janu-ary 24, 1976.Te petition in substance alleges among others that pe-titioners are the children o spouses Juan Bagon and Judith A. Aboy who were born on December 15, 1968 and Janu-ary 24, 1976 respectively; that upon verification at the NSO, the entries o petitioners’ dates o birth were erroneously en-tered as December 15, 1973 and January 24, 1979 respec-tively and that there is need or its correction; that since birth to the present petitioners have been using in the school re-cords the dates December 15, 1968 and January 24, 1976 and that petitioners being catho-lics have been baptized and in their baptismal certificates appears the dates December 15, 1973 and January 24, 1976 respectively; also petitioners being now residents o Italy have been using also in their passports the dates December 15, 1973 and January 24, 1976 as their dates o birth.Finding the petition tobe sufficient in orm and sub-stance let the hearing o thepetition be set on October29, 2014 at 8:00 o’clock in themorning at the Session Hallo the Regional rial Court, Branch 01, Borongan, East-ern Samar where all interested parties may appear in courtand show cause why said pe-tition should not be granted.Let this Order be pub-lished at the expense o the petitioner in a newspapero general circulation in theProvince o Eastern Samar andaccredited by this Court, oncea week or three (3) consecu-tive weeks beore the sched-uled hearing.Furnish copy o this or-der to Solicitor General, 134Amorsolo St., Legaspi Village, Makati City, the Local Civil Registrar o the Municipali-ty o Llorente Eastern Samar, petitioner’s counsel, the pe-titioners, the Civil Registrar General, National StatisticsOffice (NSO), Manila and theProvincial Prosecutor o theProvince o Eastern Samar.SO ORDERED.In Chamber, August 28, 2014, Borongan City, E. Samar (Sgd) Hon. ELVIE P. LIM Presiding Judge ESB: Sept. 14-20, 21-27, 28- Oct. 4, 2014   OPINION  COMMENTARY: By Fr Roy Cimagala  Email: roycimagala@gmail.com EDITORIAL   Easter Samar Bulletin 3 Dalmacio C. Grafl Publisher Romeo CebrerosOIC Brgy. Songco, Borongan City  Eastern Samar  (055) 261-3319 Aljim Denver M. ArcuenoEditor-in-Chief Sept. 28- Oct. 04, 2014 O be sure, to be able to bear all, that is, all kinds o suffering, conflicts, contradictions, etc., is a mark o Christian maturity. It is one o the consequences o char-ity as St. Paul once said: “Charity...bears all things, be-lieves all things, hopes all things, endures all things.” (1 Cor 13,7)We need to remind ourselves strongly about this truth and principle because we ofen invoke the cause o justice to get around this ideal. Obviously, we have to satisy the requirements o justice, but we need to make sure we are clearly doing so in charity that would enable us to bear all things.In short, there is no justice where there is no charity. And where there is no charity, there cannot be the capac-ity to bear all things. We would end up complaining and seeing the whole exercise is meaningless, devoid o any saving value.In this regard, the model to ollow is Christ, and not  just our own idea, either simply held or sophisticated-ly developed, o how to bear all things, with justice and charity blended together.In Christ, the capacity to bear all things is placed in its proper context and perspective, with the right reason and basis. More importantly, it is in Christ that we would have the power and energy to carry out that capacity.In Christ, we would know the causes o all kinds o suffering that we would have to bear. Like him, we would not be turned off rom suffering, much less, flee rom it. We would look or it and embrace it, like a lover willing to do anything or his beloved.Christ expands our all-too-ofen limited human esti-mation o the coverage o this capacity to bear. Tis pow-er to bear should not be understood simply in its physical dimension alone. It can cover moral anguish, spiritual pain and eventually death. It can take on anything. No suffering, no evil would be beyond its power to bear.Even death itsel is bearable and viewed positively as the very liberation o our limited, time-and-space bound earthly existence. Death would become the very gateway to our definitive eternal lie.In other words, in Christ, the reason and basis or this capacity to bear all things go beyond the merely natural and material. Tey extend to the moral, spiritual and su-pernatural. Tey have a religious and theological ounda-tion and purpose, not just physical or social well-being.It’s important that we are well-grounded in the theol-ogy behind suffering and behind our capacity to suffer, endure and bear all things. In this way, we would know how to react and behave when difficulties, trials, contra-dictions, ailures and sin come our way.We would know what dangers to avoid, what attitude to cultivate, what skills to develop. We always have to  view things theologically, with aith always enlightening our reason and puriying our emotions and passions. We have to avoid being led simply by our eelings and mere human consensus and trends.Tese human estimations o things are very vulnera-ble to all kinds o anomalies—anguish, bitterness, hatred, envy, greed, vanity, the urge or revenge, etc.Especially in the field o politics, where controver-sies erupt like normal occurrences, when we express our  views simply relying on our human estimation o things and without the spirit o Christ, there would unavoidably be an explosion o sarcasm, ironies, insults, ault-finding and mud-slinging, and eventually violence.We would become overly sensitive and would react rather wildly, easily alling into rash judgments, sweeping generalizations and stereotyping, reckless statements. We would become intolerant, ailing to see the validity o at least some parts o the views o others and would see one’s  view as the only acceptable one.On the other hand, when we try to ollow Christ, we Bearing all things would know how to understand everyone even in their clearly erroneous positions. We can always conduct our dialogues civilly, quick to spot common grounds between opposing parties and to offer acceptable alternatives to break deadlocks.We avoid creating unnecessary tension especially in those moments when the debate is most sharp. We would know what and when to give up and what to keep and to affirm irrespective o costs.We would preer deeat and even death than give up on something that ought not to be given up. In all this, we would still eel confident because we get to see the whole picture provided or us by our aith.o be able to bear all things, we need to be vitally unit-ed with Christ, through prayers, sacraments, sacrifice and continuing ascetical struggle.  An abused Tagalog cliche states, “Sa ta-ong gusto maraming paraan at sa taong ayaw maraming dahilan.” Pres. Nonynoy Aquino though attempting to convey this adage was not able to quote it in such phrase but with his own convenient words during an interview while on his very recent trip abroad. Though uttered in divergent manner, the drift advanced the same idea, that is he is much willing to support all moves to keep himself in the presidential seat for another time. This, accodring to PNoy’s de-tractors is to the point of amending the 1987 Constitution to suffice this hunger for power. What could be these means that will further the cause and achieve the end so desired? The First siblings, meaning PNoy and his siblings are known to have victored an a challenge which ob- jective their alleged allies are said to be advanc-ing now against all odds. This is even at the cost of a Charter Change in the guise of economic advancement of this third-world country.Lately, the waters are rippling, disturbing the calm recesses of the people’s democratic pro-clivity. DILG Sec. Mar Roxas in one Manila-based TV interview broached the idea of PNoy extend-ing his term instead of him running for presi-dency in 2016 but carrying out the programs Hunger for power embarked on by PNoy and using Pnoy’s achieve-ment as benchmark. Sec. Roxas, notwithstand-ing the good it offers those who stand to ben-efit from a second term of PNoy, stressed thatsuch thought of the president’s extension onlyhis personal view, not the PNoy administrationneither the Liberal Party’s stance. Was not the Aquino siblings proven to be master of such scheme? Was it not the samestyle they used that catapulted PNoy to power? Never could the memory of the greatness of thelate Sen. Ninoy Aquino and the charm and equal popularity of the late Pres. Cory Aquino leave the mind of the electorate. In the necrologicalservice at the funeral of this first lady presidentof the Philippines, PNoy’s celebrity sister floated a word purported to be a disvlosure of the lady president at her deathbed: the PNoy and Krisshould continue what their parents have started. This passing statement of the then ru-mored politically inclined screen star mothballed into a political avalanche that stepped the sup-posed presidential aspiration of Roxas. Now this turn to Page 4... POWER  NEWS 4 Easter Samar Bulletin Sept. 28- Oct. 04, 2014 ACLOBAN CIY- Te National Maritime Poly-technic (NMP) has an-nounced the temporary sus-pension o some o courses it is offering.Tis was disclosed by NMP executive director Forter Puguon who said that temporary suspension o the courses was made pending results on the as-sessment o their compli-ance and accreditation rom the Maritime Industry Au-thority (MARINA). Te suspension was en-orced since September 22, 2014 which includes cours-es on engine, deck, saety medical and security, envi-ronmental protection and maritime allied, while still offering aculty develop-ment courses. “We are closely look-ing into reviewing all the requirements including a-cilities, the trainors and o course the courses itsel,” Puguon said in a press con-erence held at their office located in Barangay Cabala-wan, this city.Puguon added that they had a meeting with MARI-NA on July 31 o this year and requested or an inspec-tion so that they will know what are still needed.During the inspection it was ound out that some o the courses lack some requirements prompting MARINA to temporarily suspend its trainings while complying with the require-ments.“As to our view we can continue conducting but they have the final decision. We have to respect their de-cision to suspend. But MA-RINA respected our train-ings up to September 19 this year,” Puguon said.Puguon said that there are still other maritime training schools in oth-er parts o the country al-though NMP is the only such acility that is run by NMP suspends some o the courses it offers pending MARINA’s approval the government.More than 50 percent o the trainees o the NMP are rom the region while the rest are rom Central Visayas and Mindanao regions.“More than fify percent o our seaarers are rom Eastern Visayas ollowed by Cebu which comprise twenty five percent then Mindanao around ten to fifeen percent while others rom different places in Luzon, they are the ones ully affected by the devastation and while wait-ing or our efforts to restore its ull operation,” Puguon said.Puguon added that sea-arers chooses NMP or maritime training because not only because due to its low ees but due to its good quality and high standard services.Te NMP has submitted its application or accredita-tion to MARINA August o last year which the latter has yet to take action. He urther added that NMP is now having a prob-lem on how they can reund the money o those who al-ready paid or the training. He said that NMP has an annual master list schedule o trainings. And there were clients who already paid and scheduled their trainings up to December this year.“Our problem now is how we can return the money to those who already paid or the trainings up to December and they cannot wait when we can ully operate. How can we return their money that we already submitted to the Bureau o reasury, and we could not get that easily,” Puguon said. Puguon assured their cli-ents that NMP will resume its services once they comply all the needed requirements adding that they are now ast tracking its rehabilita-tion afer the devastation o Yolanda.  (JENNIFER SUM-AGANG-ALLEGADO) ACLOBAN CIY - Eastern Visayas business outlook drastically jumped to 51% for the fourth quarter of 2014 from 20.7% in the third quarter, citing businessmen con-fidence to rise up from the rubble as a result of superty-phoon Yolanda’s devastation.Fernando Silvoza, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Department of Economic Statistics deputy director, said there is “positive perception for the region to move on and be able to rise from destruction.”“I would say that because of continued assistance pro- vided by local and international NGOs, it raised the expec-tation of higher recovery,” he aded.However, he warned that Yolanda-related assistance “should be taken as something that is not infinite.”“Tat should be picked up by other industries here so that if the situation is normal, the local business will be able to sustain that growth,” Silvoza, who attended a BSP gath-ering here last September 16, said.Asked to comment about economic impacts of the lim-ited operation of the Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport, region’s BSP: Eastern Visayas economy remains competitive despite Yolanda’s devastation main airport based in acloban, the official stressed that itis only temporary.“From many respondents perspective, the airport con-cern is temporary in nature. What is important is that thegovernment is doing something and it removes negativeshort term sentiments. Te response is long term and that spells out short term concern,” Silvoza said.Since early September, the airport’s runway is closed toAirbus fleets, resulting to flight cancellations.Te business confidence survey is a quarterly study othe central bank with the Business World’s list of top 1,000corporations in the country as respondents. (SARWELL Q.MENIANO) Republic of the PhilippinesDepartment of Transportation and CommunicationLAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Regional Ofce No. VIII Ormoc City CASE NO. VIII-2014-4105 Application for Reconstitution of Records of a CPC to operate a FILCAB service. With prayer to adopt trade name SHIELA T. GUTIERREZ Applicant/Petitioner  x- - - - - - - - - - - - -x NOTICE OF HEARING Applicant is a grantee of CPC to operate a FILCAB  service for the transportation of passengers and freight on the route: TACLOBAN CITY - ...from Page 1 same proven-effective style is being utilized. In spite of the strong denial of Malacañang as be-ing behind the call for PNoy’s term extension, this insinuation could not escape the shadow of PNoy. Although this proposal for term extension of PNoy thru Chacha has good chance of sur-viving, not all sectors are favoring it, but rath-er take it as a desperate move to perpetuate themselves in power, giving a nil chance for a better leader to rule the country. “If there is a will, there is a way,” says another overly used maxim. Just as how the PDAF or the DAP is allegedly being attempted to be resurrected in the 2015 National Budget by Congress in a manner that will not be declared again by the Supreme Court as unconstitutional, the term extension by way of Chacha will defo itely finds its way, too. A democratic exercise, this issue of PNoy’s term extension is a crucial matter that every voter should ponder deeply and sct responsibly on. Hunger.... a good way because we ourselves would identiy what we need,” she stated.“Tis would only be good i the people themselves are cooperative throughout this program. Otherwise, it would be useless,” said Mario Cuman.Leah Beth P. Zalavarria, KALAHI-CIDSS area coordi-nator said that people’s voice will be heard so the commu-nity should really participate.“We believe that i unity prevails in a community, de- velopment is immediately achieved,” Zalavarria said in ver-nacular.As o now, implementers o the KALAHI-CIDSS have started gathering data and going to the different villages to introducee this program. Actual construction o projects will begin early o 2015.Zalavarria said that municipalities that are eligible or this program are ourth up to sixth class municipalities with poverty incidence higher than the national average o 25 percent.Oras, having a total population o 34,760, is a ourth class municipality with 51.08 percent poverty incidence. (Niza April M. Porteza, LNU Intern) ...from Page 1 Oras town.... hanced to respond to emergencies,” she said.wo proessional doctors came rom Manila and Cebuand gave lectures to local doctors o the region.Te one-day event didn’t just cater knowledge; the PPSalso gave doctors a chance to enjoy in their ellowship nighafer the lectures.“We also wanted to strengthen good doctor-to-doctorelationship. We are also entitled to enjoy despite o pres-sure,” she said. (PNA) ...from Page 1 Pediatricians....  vals abroad.Nora and the rest o the cast, who included her close riend John Rendez, filmed the movie or 12 days in a-cloban with her rabid ans and ordinary onlookers always present during the filming, causing some traffic and halt-ing in some instances the filming.Nita Baanyado, 64, said that she could not contain her happiness seeing her “all time movie idol.”“I’ve been her an since she started her career as a sing-er,” she said, holding cut-out old pictures o the superstar. “I was not able to save some o our personal belongings but I made sure that my pictures o Nora will be sae,” Baanyado, a resident o Brgy.85, also in San Jose, said. She along with several others waited or hours just to see Aunor in person while shooting the film in Brgy. 88. Te actress obliged or some photo opportunity with her ans.Tis Aunor- starrer film is the first movie with the on-slaught o Yolanda as the backdrop. (JOEY A. GABIEA) ...from Page 1  Nora Aunor.... MARASBARAS & VICE VERSA wit the use of One (1) unit.  NOTICE is hereby given that this application will be heard by this Board o OCTOBER 14, 2014  at 9:00 a.m. at itsofce of the above address.At least TEN (10) days prior to the above date, applicant/s shall publish this  Notice once in one (1) daily newspaper ogeneral circulation in Visayas. This application will be acted upon bythis Board on the basis of its records and documentary evidence submitted by the parties, unless the Board deems it necessaryto receive additional documentary and/or  oral evidence. WITNESS the Honorable ARTHUR L. SAIPUDIN, Regional Director, this 23rdday of SEPTEMBER 2014.. (Sgd.)ATTY. PAUL FLORIAN P. DOLINA Clerk of Board ACLOBAN CIY- From the Philippines to the Unit-ed Nations General Assembly on Climate Change in New York, victims o supertyphoon Yolanda in the country joined other environment advocates in the world to air their plight and demand justice.Efleda Bautista, conve-nor o an alliance o Yolanda survivors People Surge, stood with other international rights groups or a “People’s Gener-al Assembly” in New York as an alternative gathering out-side the building where world leaders convened during the September 23 summit.“We are here to claim jus-tice. Te devastation caused by typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines is a wake-up call to leaders about the atal con-sequences o global warming and climate change to people, especially rom developing countries,” Bautista said.Supporting the group are Campaign or People’s Goals or Sustainable Development, Asia Pacific Forum on Wom-en, Law and Development (APWLD), and IBON Inter-national.A network o non-govern-mental organizations Rights Network claimed that reha-bilitation in Yolanda-stricken communities continues to be at a snail’s pace.Ruelie Rapsing, the group’s Yolanda victims bring fight to climate change summit in New York  communication and develop-ment officer, said that “sur- vivors o the super typhoon, mostly rom the arming andfishing communities, are stillunable to avail o the support services and other programs rom government agenciesand aid groups” eleven monthsafer Yolanda.“Lack o tenurial instru-ments poses a major hin-drance in the delivery o sup-port services or the armers and shelter programs or fisherolks,” Rapsing said.o address this, Rapsing said that government must first settle land distribution and ownership among the vic-tims.“Te government shouldast track the resolution o pre-existing tenure and prop-erty rights questions, partic-ularly the implementation o agrarian reorm in avor o armers with no land tenure security and land and housing rights or fisher olks with nohousing tenure security,” he said.Te group is currently launching a signature cam-paign in Leyte and Samar tocall on the government “toexercise its power o immi-nent domain to acquire lands or the relocation o survivorswithin areas accessible to their sources o livelihoods.” (RON-ALD O.REYES)  
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