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THE SOVIET UNION will step up military and economic aid
to North Vietnam, Tass said yesterday.
The official Soviet news agency said a new agreement on "addi-
tional military and economic assistance" was signed in Moscow yes-
terday by North Vietnamese representatives.
The agreements provide for deliveries of factory equipment as
well as "commodities and materials necessary for the national econ-
omy of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam and further strengthen-
ing of its defense capacity," Tass reported.
THE SENATE ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE voted yes-
terday to grant an administration request for $200 million in
contingency funds for the C5 super transport to assist the fi-
nancially ailing Lockheed Aircraft Corp.
It rejected an amendment by Sen. Richard S. Schweiker (R-Pa.)
to delete the $200 million from the $2 billion military procurement
ALEXANDER KERENSKY, who was the ruler of all the
Russians for a chaotic few months in 1917 and an unhappy exile
for more than half a 'century, died yesterday at 89.
Kerensky, who had been nearly blind for many years and failing
in strength, died believing that democracy and freedom would come
to his still-dearly loved Russia, and wishing he could go back to help
bring it about.
PRESIDENT NIXON warned legislators yesterday that fail-
ure by Congress to act on 13 administration crime bills "will be
something that the people will remember."
Meanwhile, a senator's statement that "the influence of organ-
ized crime is being brought to bear" against House passage of a ma-
jor crime bill was challenged by the chairman of the House Judiciary
Rep. Emanuel Celler (D-N.Y.) whose committee is holding hear-
ings on the Senate-passed measure, took the House floor to express
strong disapproval of the statement by Sen. John L. McCellan, (D-
"The House Judiciary Committee will not be intimidated by in-
nuendo of this kind," said Celler.
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