The Civil Aeronautics Board last week concluded that the National
Airlines DC-6B that crashed mysteriously in North Carolina last
January, killing all 34 on board, was destroyed by a bomb that went off
near the seat of Julian Frank, a financially troubled Manhattan lawyer
who had just taken out about $1,000,000 in insurance. But the board did
not fix responsibility on Frank, and the issue is still to be
determined by the FBI. In U.S. District Court in New Haven, Conn., the
insurance companies are arguing that, since Frank committed suicide,
they are absolved from having to pay on his policies....
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