Doage 14--Thursday, February 14-The Michigan Daily
TV ACTOR DIES OF HEART ATTACK
I Janssen dead at 48
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HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Actor David Janssen, who led
detectives on a tense chase for years as the falsely accused
murderer in television's "TheFugitive," died of a heart at-
tack yesterday at age 48.
Janssen suffered the attack at his Malibu home, said ac-
tor Stuart Whitman, a longtime friend who happened to be
driving by about 4:30 a.m. on his way to his ranch in Santa
WHITMAN STOPPED when he saw an ambulance and a
fire truck outside the Janssen home. He went inside and saw
paramedics summoned by Janssen's wife trying to revive the
"They had taken him out of bed and were working on
him, and working on him," Whitman said. "It must have
been half an hour altogether. One of them then said, 'I think
I've got a heartbeat.' and they took him to the hospital."
Janssen was pronounced dead at Santa Monica Hospital.
THE DEATH CAME as a shock to friends and
colleagues. Janssen's agent and manager of 21 years, Abner
Greshler, said Janssen had "no history whatsoever" of heart
problems and that his doctor "is in just as much of a state of
shock as we are."
Producer Jean Moore Edwards said Janssen had started
work on a television film, "Fater Damian," about a leper
priest in Hawaii only two days earlier.
Janssen was born David Meyer on March 27, 1931, in
Naponee, Neb. His parents divorced when he was young and
his mother brought him to Hollywood, where he made his
film debut at age nine in "Swamp Fire," portraying the
brother of Johnny Weissmuller.
Janssen, who took his stage name from his stepfather,
appeared in numerous movies as a young man before making
his dent in television playing the title role in the detective
series "Richard Diamond" from 1957 to 1960.
But it was "The Fugitive" that made him a bona fide
star. From 1963 to 1967 he played the role of Richard Kimball,
who was accused of killing his wife but who eluded
authorities week after week as he sought the shadowy one-
armed man who had really committed the murder.
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Hijacker's loot found;
agents unearth $3000.
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VANCOUVER, Wash.-FBI agents
armed with sifting screens and
accompanied by a backhoe conducted a
$200,000 treasure hunt along the
Columbia River yesterday, seeking
more of a mysterious hijacker's loot,
and maybe the remains of D.B. Cooper'
The first money from Cooper's haul
was found Sunday on a sandy beach on
the north shore of the Columbia five
miles northwest of Vancouver, Wash.,
by children on a family outing. It
totaled about $3,000 and the serial
numbers checked matched numbers on
the bills given Cooper.
A GAPING PIT, about 20 yards from
the water's edge, showed the spot
where Brian Ingram found the three
packages of bills on Sunday. On
Tuesday, agents digging as deep as
three feet came up with more bits and
pieces of $20 bills from the spot that
obviously is sometimes under water as
the river level fluctuates.
Any would-be treasure seekers were
barred from the area by a sheriff's
deputy and a locked gate. The only
spectators were three local fishermen,
a crowd of reporters and a herd of dairy
cattle that munched away in a pen a
hundred yards from the digging.
The mystery of what happened to the
man who hijacked a Northwest Airlines
Boeing 727 on Thanksgiving eve 1971,
appeared little closer to solution.
THE FLIGHT had originally left
Portland, Ore. Once it was in the air,
the hijacker, who had signed on the
flight as Dan Cooper,' displayed what
appeared to be a bomb and demanded
the money and four parachutes.
The passengers and two flight
attendants were let off in Seattle and
the remainder of the crew was locked in
the cockpit. Somewhere over southwest
Washington, the man who has come to
be known as D.B. Cooper disappeared
out the back entrance with the money
and a parachute.
Until Sunday, nothing had been seen
of any of the three.' With the real
identity of Cooper still unknown, it is
the only unsolved hijacking in the@
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