December 13, 2008

 

Continuing registration of voters

COMELEC Resolution No. 8514 dated November 12, 2008 provides for the Rules and Regulations on the Resumption of the System of Continuing Registration of Voters. The public is hereby informed that the Registration of New Voters, Transfer of registration

COMELEC Resolution No. 8514 provides for the Rules and Regulations on the Resumption of the System of Continuing Registration of Voters.

Records, Change/Correction of Entries in the Registration Record, and Reactivation of Deactivated Voters shall commence beginning December 2, 2008 to December 15, 2009 (one year) at the Office of the City Election Officer of the City of Dipolog from Monday to Friday during regular office hours at 8:00 o’clock pm. The applicant shall be required to present any of the following current identification documents that bears the applicants photograph ang signature:

  1.     Employee’s ID with signature of the employer or authorized representative;
  2.     Postal ID;
  3.     Student’s ID or Library Card signed by the school authority;
  4.     Senior Citizen’s ID;
  5.     Driver’s License;
  6.     NBI/PNP Clearance;
  7.     Passport;
  8.     SSS/GSIS ID;
  9.     IBP ID;
  10.   PRC ID; and
  11.   Any other valid ID.

Note: Cedula shall not be considered as valid id

Those Applicants for Registration with ages between 18-25 are advised to bring with them their Birth Certificate to minimize erroneous entries in their Registration. (The New Nandau, Vol. XVIII No.18)

 

 Campaign against Illegal fishing

PNP – The Zamboanga del Norte Police Provincial Office under the able leadership of Police Senior Superintendent CRISTETO REY DELOS REYES GONZALODO (DSC), PESE, MPA, Provincial Director through its Police Community Relations (PCR) Branch based in Camp Hamac, Sicayab, Dipolog City would like to notify the general public of its operational accomplishment.

Report on campaign against illegal fishing OOA 241600H November 2008, elements of 902 B Mobile Maritime Unit, based at port area, Dapitan City led by SPO4 Alfredo Pelitones under the supervision of PSSUPT CRISTETO REY DELOS REYES GONZALODO, PESE, MPA (DSC), Provincial Director of this office while conducting seaborne patrol operation at vicinity Municipal coastal waters of Brgy Siari, Sindangan, ZN, spotted four (4) fishing boats with crews within the distance of 2 to 3 kms from the shoreline of said Brgy. in violations fishery administrative order no. 20 to 1 series of 2000 (ban on active gears within Municipal waters) apprehended during the operation were the following persons, fishing boat nr one – Rogelio J. Limbangon – master fishermen, 44 yrs. old, married, resident of Brgy Dońa Josefa, Sindangan, ZN and Feliciano O. Abanto-engine man 55 yrs. old also resident of same place confiscated from their possession and control were the following fishing paraphernalia one (1) unit fishing boat marked double KD with more than 3gt (basnig), one (1) unit engine fuzo 4d30 two (2) pcs anchor, fifteen (15) pcs styro foam and one (1) unit generator 4dr5 fishing boat  nr two-Prisco M. Elacan – master fisherman, married, resident of Brgy Motibot, Sindangan, ZN and Marcelo E. Pleras engine man, 23 yrs. old, married, resident of same Brgy and confiscated from their possession and control were the following fishing paraphernalia one (1) unit fishing boat marked triple M with more that Sgt. One (1) unit engine fuzo 4dr5, one (1) set fish net, two (2) pcs anchor thirty (30) pcs styro foam and one (1) unit generator 4dr5 fishing boat nr three Leo D. Duhaylungsod – master fisherman, 40 yrs. old, married, resident of Dońa Josefa, Sindangan ZN and Ronald G. Alvarez-engine man, 24 yrs. old married, resident of Brgy. Bago, Sindangan, ZN and confiscated from their possession and control were the following fishing paraphernalia: one (1) unit fishing boat marked ALEN with more than 3gt, one (1) unit engine 4dr5, one (1) set fish net, one (1) pc. Anchor, ten (10) pcs styro foam and one (1) unit generator 4dr5, fishing boat nr four-Romelito L. Juano – master fisherman, 30 yrs old, married, resident of Brgy Dońa Josefa, Sindangan, ZN and Richard L. Juano – engine man, 26 yrs. old, married, resident of same place and confiscated from their possession and control were the following fishing paraphernalia; one (1) unit fishing boat marked Gelyn with more that 3gt (basnig), one (1) unit engine 4dr5, one (1) set fish net, one (1) pc anchor, thirty (30) pcs styro foam and one (1) unit generator 4dr5 apprehended fishermen were temporary released from police custody after the conduct of investigation while confiscated fishing paraphernalia are now in the custody of 902-B Mobile Maritime unit for court exhibit , four (4) cases were already filed at Prov’l Prosecutor’s Office in Dipolog City for violation of fishery administrative order 201 series of 2000 (ban on active gear in Municipal waters. Progress report and criminal case nr will follow as soon as possible. (The New Nandau, Vol. XVIII No.18)

      
 


Sindikato sa tambal
Nurses sa ZMC ipa-imbestigar

Gilakip karon sa gipahigayong imbestigasyon ang pipila ka mga nurses sa ZaNorte Medical Center nga gisuspetsuhang meyembro sa sindikatu sa tambal nga sulod na sa taas nga panahon mibiktima sa mga inosenting pasiente nga midangop sa tambalanan sa kagamhanan sa tuyo nga makabaratu sa ilang galastuhan.

Sa Memorandum No. 08-383 nga giluwatan ni Ms. Rosevic Lacaya-Ocampo, ZaNorte Medical Center Administrator gimanduan sila si Dr. Ermelinda Pelino ang Chief of Clinics, Dr. Chita Cunanan ang Chief of Ancilliary Services, Ms. Ma, Aida Dy-Chief Nurse ug Mr. Gil Muncada-Administrative Officer sa pagpahigayon ug lawom nga imbestigasyon atubangan sa gibulgar


Eat Bulaga babes with Ms. Ruby Rodriguez, Governor Yebes and birthday celebrator Congressman Cesar Jalosjos, Liloy Mayor Lim and Baliguian Mayor Ismael on November 24.

 

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   DIPOLOGNON TODAY

A MISSION POSSIBLE

KA IKING REPORTS (020) December 01, 2008

Is it really possible to build self-sustaining villages according to the standards of Global Action for National Development Assistance (GANDA)? My answer is yes, because all the technologies that will be used and implemented in these villages are doable and attainable, having been tested and implemented in other parts of the world in various forms.

In an interview during my TV show, economist Butch Valdes told me that not unless the Bataan nuclear plant is revived along with more nuclear plants for the country, we will never be able to produce the cheap energy that our country needs to produce goods and services that our country needs to survive. He said that new advances in nuclear technology have made this option not only cheaper, but also safer.

Knowing that the nuclear option is still far off because it would require charter change to make it happen, I believe that the doable and practicable solution at least in the meantime is to resort to renewable energies, meaning to say that we should produce renewable energy where we can, depending on the resources or materials that are available locally.

Unless the Bataan Nuclear Plant is revived along with more nuclear plants for the country, we will never be able to produce the cheap energy that our country needs to produce goods and services that our country needs to survive.

In my previous column, I already mentioned the use of bio-fuels as an option, without being specific about it. As of now, the world prices of coconut oil may not make it practical to use it as bio-fuel, but there are many crops that could produce oil in large volumes, including jathropa among others.

The emergence of bio-fuel production technologies is actually just one side of the renewable energy equation. The other side is the emergence of cheap and affordable power generating sets that could be used in smaller plants, producing power for smaller communities such as the GANDA villages.

As Butch explained his views about energy production, he made it very clear that even with nuclear power, there is still a need to develop and sustain other power sources, all possible sources as a matter of fact for as long as these are renewable. The bottom line is that we should reduce if not remove our dependence on imported fossil fuels that are too expensive to use.

I listened intently to Butch as he said that with cheap nuclear power, we will also be able to operate desalinization plants that would enable us to produce clean potable water that could also be used for irrigation purposes. He also said that with cheaper power and with more water, we could also produce large volumes of ice that are needed by our agriculture and fisheries industries.

I think that on a smaller scale, it would also be possible to desalinate sea water and produce ice by using locally produced power that is fuelled by renewable bio-fuels. One advantage of local village based production is the avoidance of transport costs that bring up the distribution expenses.

Multi-purpose driers and cold storage facilities require only simple technologies but sad to say, we have not been able to make these items available in all of our villages, in support of their agriculture and fisheries. Generally speaking, all crops and fish produce could either be dried or frozen, and the end result is the same, that the farmers or fishermen will be able to wait for the right time to sell, aside from avoiding or preventing the spoilage of their goods.

Having the means to dry and freeze their goods, and having access to cheap power, our farmers and fishermen in the villages will be able to produce their own feeds and fertilizers, the two critical inputs that are preventing them from making money in their small businesses.

In the final analysis, what is important is that the per capita incomes of the village people, along with their life expectancy and literacy rates would increase according to the international standards set by the Human Development Index (HDI) as developed by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).

In a manner of speaking, GANDA is going to use the strategy of concentrated convergence. It will not only try to cause the convergence the technologies that are needed by the villages, it will also concentrate the deployment of these technologies to one village at a time.

Email iseneres@yahoo.com or text me at +639293605140. Watch my TV show “KA IKING LIVE” every Friday from 930 to 1030 PM in Destiny Cable Channel 3. Tune in to “KAPIT-BAYAN” in DWIZ 882 KHZ 5 to 6 PM Mon to Fri. Join Global Action for National Development Assistance.

 

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 The Turning Point
Edwin G. Bernido
How do we know the Will of God?

We have His word and His spirit, in 2 Timothy 3:16-17. says...All scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.

The Bible tells us that it is impossible to please God without faith. In Hebrew 11:6, says... and without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to Him must believe that He exists and that He rewards those who earnestly seek Him. In order to become an effective follower of Jesus Christ, it is essential that each of us know the Will of God for our lives.

We need to know and understand God’s purpose, callings or assignments for our lives.

When we know the Will of God, we can put our faith into action! We can pray and ask for God’s wisdom. In Proverbs 2:6, says.... for the Lord gives wisdom, and from His mouth come knowledge and understanding. V-10, for wisdom will enter your heart, and knowledge will be pleasant to your soul. God has made every provision to make His will known to us so that we can walk by faith and not by sight.

God has given to each of us a measure of faith. In Romans 12:3, says... for by the grace given me I say to every one of you, do not think of yourself more highly than you ought, but rather think of yourself with sober judgment, in accordance with the measure of faith God has given you.

Because faith is spiritual, it is a gift of God. We are of course, responsible for that gift, to grow it to maturity through use. Nothing builds faith more quickly than faith that has been exercised and fulfilled.

Because we are spiritual and learning to walk by faith and not by sight, we will be able to discern that which is true from that which is false. As we are Christians, we need to be led by the spirit of God. We should believe the teachings of the Bible, and by faith, we must be obedient to what God has called us to do. We live in a day and age when the wisdom of man is placed above the wisdom of God. Our spiritual calling demands that we are not going to do our own thing in our own way, without giving thought to Him or His will. We should not think we are rising higher and higher in life, only to find we’ve lost our sense of direction and are actually heading for CRASH and DESTRUCTION.

Bible Bites!! The wind of God is blowing; God is continuously changing us from faith to faith, from glory to glory, from riches to riches to bring us to the new level of His glorious destiny, desires and dreams for our lives. (Press Freedom, Vol. XXI No.5)

 

 

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It’s a triangle

Speaker JDV confirms that P500,000 was given to each congressman as bribe money to protect GMA for impeachment.

Literally, 5 must be GMA’s lucky number.  P500,000 for congressman and P500 for pantawid gutom.

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JDV says everybody is for sale in this country depending on the price.  What’s your price JDV?

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Pampanga Rep. Mikey Arroyo says his mother, President Macapagal Arroyo will go back to teaching in 2010.

As Prime Minister by that time, she can teach to the members of her parliament.

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Divided opposition unites against Cha-cha.  They want only a tango.

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AFP steps up campus tour to counter NPA recruiters claiming that the campus have been the source of quality cadres.

Students are getting restive because government institutions like Sandiganbayan, DOJ Comelec, Ombudsman and the courts no longer perform its mandate.

It has been used by this administration to perpetuate themselves in power like a kapit tuko.

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By the way, I’ve not seen nor heard Matoy for quite a time.  Not until someone whispered to me that my ninong is already a Dean in the School of Law of the Jose Rizal Memorial State College in Dapitan City.  Under him are 3 School of Law instructors with 10 enrolees.

There is no truth to the rumor that Lando is going to the U.S. to exchange ‘I do’.  He is going there to personally view the Dela Hoya vs. Pacquiao fight.

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I don’t write him off just yet.  He may stage a political comeback. Abangan.

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There is no truth to the rumor that Lando is going to the U.S. to exchange ‘I do’.  He is going there to personally view the Dela Hoya vs. Pacquiao fight.

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A 16 year old scavenger was able to find a $60,000 cash keep in a sack at the Cebu City landfill.  That’s almost P3M in Philippine peso.

Moral lesson, be a garbage scavenger in order to be millionaire.

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There will be another local FM radio station in Dipolog powered by 5KHz.  It will be owned and operated by my cousin Berto Uy.

Our airlane is already dirty.  With the forthcoming elections expect a dirtier airlane.  It will be a tiangular battle among DXAmatong, DXAcaw and DXBerto.

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Text of the week:

A wise physician toId his patient.

“I have been in practice for 30 years and I have prescribed many things.  But in the long run I have learned that most of what with the human creature, the best medicines are always LOVE, LAUGHTER with HUGS.

“What if it doesn’t work”? The patient ask.

“Just keep increasing the dosage and don’t worry about the side effects”.  The doctor replied. (Press Freedom, Vol. XXI No.5)

  

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