MISSOURI: The Candy Mystery

When former Missouri Democratic Senator Edward V. Long died last November at 64, his death was attributed to a "cerebral vascular accident" that had "all the appearance of a stroke." Last week it was revealed that Helen Dunlop, the Senator's secretary and close companion for 26 years, had touched off an official probe by charging that his death was actually the result of poisoning.

Miss Dunlop claimed in March that before Long died he told her that he had eaten chocolates sent to him by a businessman in Clayton, Mo. She said she and Long had dinner together just before...

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