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March 17, 1989 | JOHN M. BRODER and LARRY GREEN, Times Staff Writers
The Navy on Thursday suspended three units of Unisys Corp. from receiving federal contracts in the latest action growing out of the "Ill Wind" investigation into corruption in Pentagon weapons procurement. The suspension follows guilty pleas by four former Unisys executives and consultants to charges of bribing Navy officials and making illegal campaign contributions to several members of Congress. The Pentagon has routinely suspended firms named in court cases in the Ill Wind investigation.
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BUSINESS
March 17, 1989 | JOHN M. BRODER and LARRY GREEN, Times Staff Writers
The Navy on Thursday suspended three units of Unisys Corp. from receiving federal contracts in the latest action growing out of the "Ill Wind" investigation into corruption in Pentagon weapons procurement. The suspension follows guilty pleas by four former Unisys executives and consultants to charges of bribing Navy officials and making illegal campaign contributions to several members of Congress. The Pentagon has routinely suspended firms named in court cases in the Ill Wind investigation.
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March 17, 1988 | United Press International
The Iowa Supreme Court, defining infertility as an illness, ruled Wednesday that a couple are entitled to collect medical insurance benefits to pay for artificial insemination. The 5-0 ruling upheld a Story County District Court's decision that Thomas and Jill Witcraft's health insurance plan with his employer, Sunstrand Corp., covers the treatment of a husband and wife for infertility.
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April 15, 1990 | from Associated Press
NASA opened Discovery's payload bay doors Saturday to remove the Hubble Space Telescope's batteries for recharging and to replace a faulty part in preparation for an April 25 launch. Technicians took out a faulty auxiliary power unit responsible for grounding the shuttle last week. A new unit was being installed to be tested today and fired up briefly later this week. "We haven't run into any problem," said Lisa Malone, a spokeswoman for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
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January 31, 1987 | JACK JONES, Times Staff Writer
The estranged husband of attorney Gloria Allred, his daughter and two other officers of his local aircraft parts manufacturing and repair firm were arrested in Los Angeles Friday on a San Antonio federal grand jury indictment charging them with selling counterfeit parts to the U.S. Air Force. William R. Allred, 56, president of Donallco Inc.
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