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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 14, 1986, Winnipeg, Manitoba Everything you need for the ice Cream Snow assorted flavours 4 litre pail smoked Oil pcs pork Hock ready to Cut from Grain fed pork Green peppers grown Cream Sandwich party Pride super pops peat Moss 4 cubic foot bag Barbecue wieners bulk 979 fertilizer i elephant 16200 25 pkg bag while Stock lasts 6 your savings for you Overall prices than Winnipeg free May 1986 88 Nasa influence probed prom the news services Washington Nasa is investigating whether space Agency officials played a role in sudden Job changes Given two engineers at mor ton Thi Okol who opposed the 28 launch of the ill fated challenger the disclosure by Deputy adminis Trator William Graham came As More than two dozen democratic senators asked for a wider investigation into whether the space Agency contractor used intimidation and retaliation against the two should these charges be we believe you should reevaluate your Agency relationship with Morton 28 senators wrote nasal new James Fletcher said yester Day the Agency will conduct an internal review of its management Structure to Correct problems that contributed to the Samuel a retired air Force general who managed the Apollo Moon will direct a Sixto eight month Independent re View and report his findings to the review will include scrutiny of the shuttle launch pro which the presidential com Mission investigating the Accident has described As clearly the review would be completed before the shuttle resumes Fletcher the target Date for the first flight is july but that is no easy schedule to said rear Admiral Richard the associate administrator for space accompanying Fletcher before a House of representatives appropriations said he had no evidence Nasa officials influenced Morton Thio kops decision to arrange new Job duties for Engi neers Allan Mcdonald and Roger but he has directed Nasa inspector general Bill Colvin to make sure there was no direct or indirect involvement by the National aeronautics and space opposed flight Morton Thi Okol manufactures the solid fuel Booster rocket suspected of causing the destruction of the Chal both Mcdonald and Boisjoly have testified to a special presiden tial commission that on launch eve they opposed the flight for fear that seals joining segments of the rocket might fail in cold investigators believe such a failure caused the Morton Thi Okol spokesman Thomas Russell said in Chicago that the two men have been reassigned because the suspension of shuttle flights has meant changes in the company the letter from the democrats also asked for an inquiry into whether at least one Nasa official May have tried to intimidate the two that was an apparent reference to Lawrence re placed recently As head of the solid rocket Booster Mcdonald said he found Mulloy very intimidating to me after Mcdonald discussed his prelaunch concerns to commission Mulloy said he was Only questioning the accuracy of some statements Mcdonald made to the in Cape Navy divers yesterday recovered from the Ocean the engine of the Delta rocket which went out of control May still attached to the engine was an electrical relay Box that May help pinpoint the cause of an electrical Short that caused the engine to shut Down 71 seconds after labor party nationalization Plank set aside London Reuter the opposition labor currently favored to win the next British general elec outlined an economic policy yesterday that set aside nationalization and espoused worker share of Deputy party Leader Roy hatters who would oversee the Economy As Chancellor of the exchequer in a labor said in a speech that labor would limit Public spend ing and set targets for the ratio of Public debt to National Hattersley speech to transport workers representatives in Bourne Southern was the first major statement of labor policy since municipal elections last week indicated a major swing away from prime minister Margaret thatchers conservative govern analysis of the in which the conservatives lost 700 municipal indicated labor would be the largest party after the next general which must be held within two the Thatcher administration is in terminal Hattersley adding that labor has spent three years planning an economic policy for the rest of the the strategy he outlined appeared to be in line with labor Leader Neil Kin Nocks policy of wooing undecided and Middle class prices effective at All Winnipeg and Selkirk Safeway stores until close of business May we Reserve the right to limit sales to retail All items while stocks

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