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October 16, 1959

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FRIDAY, . OCTOBER 18, 1959. BATTLE OVER BODY Flynn Planned To Wed Protege VANCOUVER (CP)-The bodybndy. She wsnts the funeral on of Errol Flynn, adventurer onMw4y or Tuesday " j . .u i ... . ... Mr. Caldouch said Flynn a. u u Krrcn wno vnusa ,.,c (nd hjm he wo(jd jke , b(Jr. world for hii playground, leaves itj )n jjmajc,. Flynn hd a for Hollywood Saturday for burial randk there. j by hi estranged wile. Tha actor's body was at a mid- Decision Tor the burial Ite waa'?' Parlor Z . .. - , ... doors locked against hundreds made Thursday.-,! followed a 2i-Lho flocl(ed there or , hour hassle between friends who I glimpse of him. were With him when he died ohal Officials at the coroner's office heart attack In penthouse here said the body was that of "a Wednesday and people represent- tired old man old before his Ing his wife, actress Patrice Wy-' time, and sick." tnore, who had seen him only! An autopsy by Dr. T. R. Har-twice In two years. mon gave cause of death as cor- Ova Her Dead Body.' onary thrombosis. It also found i iM .i at i i u n" . fatty degeneration of the liver L'".ym.? ."J" "0,lyw0 Und an infection of the lower ir. nu insiBiea mat uio w-ycpr-oia creeiv hero be burled there. ., Blonde' Beyer I ey, Aadland. Flynn's latest protege who was with him as he died, said any move to have Flynn . buried anywhere but In Jamaica would succeed "over my dead body." '"" She "was barked fey Ronald Shedlo, Flynn's stent, and George Caldough, Wealthy investment dealer with whom Flynn -and Miss Aadland were staying. WldosVa Right. Miss Wymore'a lawyer., Tom - Call, said from Los Angeles In telephone Interview: "The widow has' complete discretion as to what to do with Mr, Flynn's A-Bomber, Tanker Collide v HARDINSIJURG, Ky. (AP) - A nuclear . armed B-52 bomber and Us refuelling jet tanker col lided Thurslay night In a fiery, blast whict lit the sky for ISO miles. At Vast four men were killed. Four mem Vers of the b-S2 crew were tinhurei or suffered . only minor injuries. They parachuted to safety aftir the two planes came togetbenduring the refuelling operation! and burst into flames. . Four, -othersi were reported dead and four Vera missing. "It looked likeltha whole world the whole skyV-was on fire." said. Mrs. EI'121 Robertson, who watched the two aircraft careen toward the earth, Pio paster. The air force vbuld not say what type nucleart weapon the B-52 carried. But k said there was no dsnter oi n explosion and na need to evacuate the However, slate police ' radios warned troopers O bt aware of a nuclear warheal. l ' Tha eight . jet Strategic Air Command bomber, based at Co lumbus, Miss., caried a crew of eight. The four-jet KC-115 tanker from the same hue had four men 'aboard. Thej were on- a routine training fight. The KC- Money here for ycii Reid The Finanilal Post this week, every eek: How lo make money on the yield c)de .for - bonds. An eKhuiv V FP feature for1 astute fBveilorfc:" i- - - Shake-np cominj for Income tax rnlesTRead li.txcaa bow it could yon. The Post Is on sale ! itfect May. "'IT IS at year newastsia Taariy by mall fS; 1 yeah H i!iflji?n:tini mm. 41 raJrarslty Ave, TabnU t A Macleaa-Hunter pnblcatioa mm I Rafora lflr testint. Planned Marriage. Misl Aadland, 17, said she and Flynn had planned to marry after he divorced Miss Wymore. his third wife. "W were going to live in Ja- .micfcift.jLJaau.wjt.oiinLJa-, ge(her, 1 haven't accepted his death yet. I haven't gone beyond today. . "I promised him if anything happened I would go ahead in the Flynn tradition. ... "He always said: 'No tears, break open bottle and toast me in pink champagne.' "I have that yet to do. I can't do it yet." 135 is the military version of the Boeing 707 airliner. Great Fireball. The collision occurred at so great' a height that the huge fire-hall was seen more than 150 miles northeast at Cincinnati, Ohio, ' The B-5J came down in pieces i a farm about 12 miles south' of here. Three miles away the tanker crashed on another farm. . Strategic Air Command headquarters at Omaha, Neb., which issued the statement on. the nuclear weapon, said the accident was the first 'of its kind since SAC began its round . the clock air refuelling. program nine years ago. Old Lacrosse Pro Ed Longfellow Dies While Hunting TORONTO, Oct. 16.- Eddie Longfellow, professional lacrosse star before World War 1 and president , of Canada Electric Company Limited, died yesterday while hunting partridge at his camp near Sun-drldge, Ont. Arriving in Toronto from British Columbia in10rMr. Longfellow joined the Torontos of the National League, winners of the world championship in 1912. He played centre on the team. One teammate. Norm Haw-shaw, who played point, described Mr. Longfellow as "big and fast and ail all-round team player". Other members of the team included Billy Fitzgerald, Davey Gibbons, Buck Marshall and Eddie Powers. Eugene Dopp, ast president of the Canadian Lacrosse Association,: once recalled Mr. Longfellow "was a tremendous ball carrier and was rated second only to Billy Fitzgerald as the best player on the. squad". I NEW HELICOPTER HONG KONG (Reuters) - A: new type of multi-purpose hell-: copier known as the Whirhvind-25 has, gone into production , in Red China, the New China News Agency reports. The agency said for altitude, cruising speed, loading capacity and in other respects the new helicopter could be com-' pared with the best of Its kind in the world. FIRE RAIL EMPLOYES. MONCTON, NB, Oct 16. KW A CNR spokesman 'has announced that three employes have been dismissed following investigation of a September 6 freight train wreck at Folly Lake, NS, about 23 miles north of Truro, in which a 41-year-old railway brakeman died. The spokesman said the dismissed employes were all crew members of a moving freight which rammed a standing freight.- FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. TORONTO. Oct. IS. (CP) Wholesale fruit and -vegetable prices were reported unchanged from Thursday. KELLY HAIRind SCALP SPECIALISTS 1 -OS BtlllKAU IIRK1T I JSt Tl ', fraa BxaaalMUoa Bdrsi It a.m. TKU HI GOING BALD? Haln( Trouklt . wllk Seal. Itr-hinc Scalp, nrynana or Ks-reailr Hair rail. Start Treat, aarnt Wild lis an Wauk Vonr Hair Briar la Normal, I Satlifarrloa m 1 snort Wraka or YOUB MONKY BACK FREE EXAMINATION Wlthont Charts or Oalli atlaa "oi l nalajr saa Us Totfajrl TBANSroajTATIO.V BDILDINO -JJJas.:(Salrda. 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