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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - February 15, 2001, Winnipeg, Manitoba B2 WORLD WJNNIPEG FREE FEBRUARY 2001 2001 Ford Escape XLS Winner iv Holidays contest by swiping his Safeway Safeway is always running contests to reward our but its great to be able to have a presentation celebration to let the staff and customers share in congratulating the Congratulations to Phillip from all the folks at We hope you and your beautiful new Ford Escape travel many happy miles DRUG SAFEWAY FOOD DRUG CASELOT Check this weeks flyer for BIG SAVINGS Items and prices effective February 5 thru February 2001 Kraft Dinner 12 x 225 FIRST SAVE at least Works out to 58C Safeway Club Price 1 Campbells Soups Chicken Noodle or Cream of FIRST SAVE at least Works out to Safeway Club Price Mushrooms Pieces and 12 x 284 SAVE at least Works out to Safeway Club Price Canned Vegetables Corn or Cream Style 12 x 341 398 SAVE at least Works out to 67 Bathroom Tissue FIRST SAVE at least Safeway Club Price Boneless Inside Round Roast Valu SAVE at least Safeway Club Price Caselof Olivieri Fresh Tortellini 4 6 X 350 With Cheese H or Rainbow I SAVE at Price Chicken Breasts Valu SAVE at least Safeway Club Price ONE AT REGULAR GET ONE Dinner Rolls White or Whole Package of SAVEat least Safeway Club Price FREE Safeway Club Price Gold Cove Tuna Chunk or Flaked FIRST TWO Combined SAVE at least Safeway Club Price CocaCola Products 2 Assorted Plus enviro enviro levy at least on three Safeway Price Wove Dove Bar White Soap 8 x 135 SAVEat least Safeway Club Price Strawberries Product of 1 1 PACKAGE SAVE at least ea Safeway Club Price Duracell Batteries Value AA AAA or 9V Safeway Club Price OFF SELECT VALENTINES ITEIVIS ExPhilippine presidents fate sealed by envelope Philippines Senators yesterday opened a sealed envelope at the centre of the scandal that brought down former pres ident Joseph revealing huge bank deposits investigators allege he made under an Estradas impeachment trial collapsed last month when Senate judges barred prosecutors from opening the but their unpopular decision sparked massive protests that swept Estrada out of the Two senators took turns reading pages of bank records on live citing multimilliondollar transactions including a million Cdn withdraw al under the name Jose Ombudsman Aniano the countrys chief corruption investigator who is pursuing allegations that Estrada amassed a fortune in bribes and kick backs during 31 months in said efforts will focus on where the money came The documents show credit of up to million in the Velarde who declared assets of only million in has denied any wrong and his supporters claim the doc uments vindicate One of his Joseph Victor Ejerci pointed out that the documents did not name The envelope con tained a letter by businessman Jaime Dichaves asking an Equitable Bank branch to open an account in the name Jose Velarde that Dichaves would con Ejercito said that proves that and not owned the It will be very vital for our defence and Im quite Ejercito The bottom line is that none of us took public Suspicious Romeo a alleged the letter by a friend of Estra was doctored to hide Estradas own ership of the This letter is very suspicious and there are indications it has been inserted surreptitiously for the purpose of saving the neck of he On the Senate tribunal trying Estrada on corruption charges barred prosecutors from opening the The prosecutors walked saying the ruling showed they could not get a fair Thousands of people took to the streets within an hour of the The protests swelled with top military officials and most cabinet withdrawing support of Estrada on Estrada and his family left the Mala canang presidential palace the next The Gloria Macapagal was sworn in to replace On President Macapagal Arroyo promised to ensure Estrada fully answers corruption ruling out any prospect of leniency until the judicial process has run its He must face his accusers in she said He must face the consequences of his actions What is important is to have justice before even thinking of The Senate trial riveted common Fil ipinos who followed proceedings on live Reaction to the opening of the envelope received less attention from a scandalweary pop Press THE CITY OF WINNIPEG Notice of Public Hearings Under the authority of The City of Winnipeg Act the Community Committees listed will conduct as to receive representations on the applications listed Information on applications maybe obtained between at Main Garry oratthe Community Committee Offices centrally located In thejlly Clerks Council 610 Main CITY CENTRE COMMUNITY COMMITTEE PUBLIC HEARING Date March Time Location 300 Assiniboine Avenue AN CITY CENTRE COMMUNITY APPLICANT IMPERIAL PARKING CANADA CORPORATION FILE PROPOSAL To rezone the land shown outlined above from an R2 T TWOFAMILY TRANSITIONAL DISTRICT to a C2 COMMERCIAL DISTRICT to allow for the maintenance of an existing non accessory parking For phone Planner at
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