Milestones, Feb. 1, 1971

Died. Richard B. Russell, 73, dean of the U.S. Senate (see THE NATION ).

Died. Harry F. Guggenheim, 80, philanthropist and industrialist, who with his wife founded Long Island's Newsday and turned it into the largest suburban daily (circ. 455,501) in the U.S.; in Sands Point, N.Y. Scion of a wealthy mining family, Guggenheim devoted his early years to the family's businesses and foundations, translating his immense enthusiasm for aviation into generous grants that helped establish six schools of aeronautical engineering (including those at M.I.T., Caltech and Stanford), underwrote Charles A. Lindbergh's triumphal...

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