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TOUGHER ANTITRUST POLICY will be adopted by Justice Department. Unless a company admits to guilt, thus facilitating suits for damages by private parties, state or local governments, Acting Antitrust Chief Robert A. Bicks will refuse to enter into a consent decree.

SATELLITE CONTRACTS worth $283 million were awarded to Lockheed Aircraft Corp. by the Air Force. Major $160 million contract is for Samos, the Air Force's global surveillance satellite system. And $52 million will go for Midas, the infra-red detection system to report trails of heat from enemy missiles in flight, and $71 million for Discoverer, the space-probe program.

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