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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - May 23, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL L No. 73 Dozen Accused of Arms Export Plot Woman, 11 Men Seized With Plane Miami A pretty wom- an flier and 11 men were ac- cused by the government to- day of plotting to export war materials ill egally after agents pounced on an arms- laden plane. The 4-engine C74 was re- ported bound for the Domin- ican Republic to arm foes of Cuban Premier Fidel Castro. Fulgencio Batista' ousted byj Castro last New Year's is in exile at the Dominican capital, Cuidad Trujillo. Thirteen persons in all, in- cluding the Dominican Repub- lic's consul at Miami, were ar- rested yesterday and placed in bond. Bribery Attempt Charged also with conspir- ing to bribe a federal officer were Consul Augusta Ferran- do; Joseph Liquori, 29-year- old Miami policeman; and Leonard Trento, 35, a build- ing materials dealer from Newark, N. J. The plane, cartridg- es, and a quantity of rifles and automatic weapons were seized by heavily-armed cus- toms officers as the plane was warming up at Miami Inter- national airport. The officers arrested Vir- ginia L. Bland, 36, and Sam- uel E. Poole. Sr., 34, the pi- lots, and 10 others at the scene. Ferrando was persuad- ed six hours later by tele- phone to quit his refuge in the consulate and surrender. Jose Paulino, assistant con- sul, was bailed as a material Mrs. John Burk, 26, On- trio Calif., who lost her husband and four chil- dren in a fire which des- troyed their home, looks over a family album. She is expecting another child. It just ThreeYoufhs Killed as Car Crashes Barn State Traffic Tell Mounts to 238 as Four Persons Die Number of Recesses Due in Geneva Talks she sobbed. day you've got them, a whole happy family. The next day you've got noth- ing." Milwaukee (fi Three young men died today when their auto went out of con- trol on a straight stretch of highway and crashed into a barn on the farm where one of the victims Mve'd. Their deaths, and that of a Milwaukee woman, raised the Wisconsin traffic fatality toll for the year to 236, compared with 254 on this date a year ago. Killed in a spectacular 1-car accident in southern Kewau- nee county were Robert Ihlen- feldt, 18, route 1, Kewaunee. Alfred Bhirdo, 18, and Leonard Sager, 23, of the1 town of Carlton in Kewaunee county. Crash Into Barn New Agrarian Act Called Economic Danger for Cuba Sugar Mill Owners Appeal To Castro for Conference Lloyd Wants Herterto Assume Lead Proposes to Give Full Trial to Secret Diplomacy BY ROBERT BERRELLEZ I date the revolutionary regime BY ARTHUR GAVSflON Havana Sugar mill took over.% i Geneva Britain has owners have sent a warn-j In a more concilatory a new behind-the-scenes ing to prjme Minister Fidel'than when he censured Q agrarian cessive" labor demands Clear Way For Parleys In Secret to Rive secret diploma- Geneva High we item reported today UM Big Four probably will begin series of recesses in their formal talks early next week to make way for secret nego- tiations on their disputes in Europe. A British source said Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gro- myko has advised the west he would be "agreeable" to a new phase of restricted ex- they take place outside the Palace of Nations conference room trial al the Big Four! where East and West German British, J in State Democrats To See Symington Missouri Senator to be At Milwaukee Rally Tonight witness. Red-haired Miss Bland, wearing toreador pants, and Poole told newsmen they had been hired by Dominic Bar-tone, plane owner, to fly to Puerto Rico. China Goal, He Says Trento told newsmen with a grin that the guns and am- munition were going to Chi- ing company, Two Rivers, i economic repercussions" for' .Y.....-y-.ivjjuneu United States, where they worked, at i f wo.u Foreign Sec. Selwyn Lloyd'French and West .a.m. Between 1 and a.m.j They appealed to him yes- tne commerce ministry How-'made the move shortly be-jeign ministers will meet Mon- straight terday for a meeting before'cver he did not mention wage fore his weekend return to decide if and how this "he said the government was Christian A. Herter to take) along with price the lead. t j At a luncheon yesterday were that the law, announced lastl L] d SUBHcsled Herter nro- sleeping at the time, did not'Sunday, is undergoing modi-; II suggested tierter pro hear the crash and were not fication before being publish- fvlllS aroused until later. Jed in the official gazette, put-' A car owned by one of it into force, other youths was parked about a mile down the high- BY JACK BELL (Kennedy and Humphrey and politic-move along behind with the their auto left a stretch of County Trunk front of the Sager smashed through a utility pole and slammed into a barn. Sager's parents, who f Cuba's economy. 'planning There has been speculation curbs Significant Changes Made Castro said in a TV appear-1 pose the foreign 'switch from open to restrict- worked out with Gromyko. Apply Pressure The United States and Rus- mmisters are on each way and officers surmisedjance ,Thursday only slight In Triangle ed sessions daily inside outside their palace of tions conference room. Herter's reacton has other to come up with conces- sions at the Geneva confer- ngljenee which could pave the way for a summer summit not been disclosed. The British that Sager was driving them'changes have been made in to this car when he lost con- the legislation as it appeared! clo American studv in Ge- trolof his auto. Ihlenfeldt Monday's edition of Los Angeles fnd Washington immediately. Bhirdo died enllucion, the newspaper of his sav a employe, incensed! ,l_j route to a' hospital and Sager revolutionary party. 'by the knowledge his wife had But on Tuesday, Revolucion a lover, shot her to death and request presumably is under Confers in London died at a hospital. Mrs. Jean Turley, 48, of Milwaukee, died last night in I a Madison hospital of injuries al rally in Milwaukee field of Tuesday in a 4-car gives Wisconsin Democrats has company in this group'piieup on the West Bcltline. published an amended Wlth ver- then killed himself. 1Cfl cant changes. the husband said: The Sugar Mill Owners as-l "I intended to kill him ang Kai-shek, nationalist China chieftain. John Embry of Tampa said he had no idea what the plane's cargo was when he was hired as flight engineer. William Brookley, 30, a Uni- versity of Miami engineering student, said he was an inno- cent bystander. "I should have stayed at school he said. Paulino said: "I know noth- ing about this case. "It came as a big surprise." James L. Guilmartin, U.S. district attorney, said Ferran- chance to size up Sen. Stuart Symington (D-Mo.) man who is walking, not running, for their party's I960 presi- dential nomination. While Symington is happy about the opportunity to show his wares with a speech in Wisconsin, he has made it perfectly clear he is not going to become entangled in what promises to be a red hot pri- i- T meeting in general! (lhe wife's lover too, but aft- m Adau E. Stevenson, twice waiter of Milwau-i assembly here, includes Unit-er thinking it over, his punish- the party presidential driver of the auto inied States as well as Cubaniment shall be living with hisi inee, and senate Democratic wnich Mrs .Turley was riding, Leader Lyndon B. Johnson of is repOrted to be in satisfac- Texas. tory condition at Madison General hospital. Negro Nominated As Major General Gen. citizens. William G. Raines, vice president of the United guilt." A baby sitter found the top foreign office advisers and by telephone with Prime Min- lister Macmillan who is in Scotland. Lloyd feels that he cannot or should not take the initia- tive because of French and iWcst German discontent with Fruit company, was of Bill Whitaker, 32, and to the association's executive'his wife Arline, 28, in their suburban Van Nuys home yes- committee. United Fruit, one of the five terday. U.S. sugar firms operating1 The couple's two here, stands to lose heavily under the published version rnary in that state next year. Has Major Posts Unless all of the signs