The News-Herald from Mansfield, Ohio on April 3, 1963 · Page 24
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Mansfield, Ohio
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Wednesday, April 3, 1963
Page 24
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April 3. 1963 Raider denies violation of neutrality law Man pleads innocent to Ashtabula burglary EDITOR'S NOTE~The following exclusive interview with Jerry 'Buchanan was obtained by h,s brother, James Buchanan, reporter for the Pompano Beach Sun | Sentinel, and made available to |'flic Associated Press. By JAMES BUCHANAN POMPANO BEACH. Fla. (AP) --The American who acted as spokesman for a band of anli-Cas- itro sea raiders in securing their I release from British custody lo;d me he did not feel he had broken I any neutrality law. Jerry Buchanan, 24. said in an exclusive interview by telephone; from Nassau Monday night tiia the raiders' boats, Violin III, had not been armed or manned in thh country. The 35-foot Violin III was cap lured at Norman's Cay, a tiny is land in the Bahamas. Buchanan said Magistrate John Baily freec the band of 17 men and releases their boat with a decree that they lad not violated any law in British :crritorv. lice," Buchanan sad. "Tlwv had ficer went So the boat, where thc been there since Saturday morning waiting for us to come in. They knew all about us. "The police came out of the building and said, 'Is your name Buchanan?' They placed both of us under detention." He reported, a platoon of Bahamian police led by a British of- ordered the others to come ashore Buchanan said the Violin II was not captured at sea as report cd and that the British frigaU credited with the capture steamed into the area Sunday afternoon "The police searched the boa and captured a few of the boys who were well hidden from view Ohio sailor dies after beating The boat put into the island to ·efuel, Buchanan said, and he and one of the Cubans aboard under command of Maj. Eveho Duquc went ashore unarmed. "We approached a barracks- type building where we encountered a detachment of Bahamian po- NORFOLK, Va., (AP) - A 19- year-old sailor died in his girlfriend's arms after a beating. Police are seeking the attacker and his companion, both on murder charges. The victim was Larry David Morrow, 19, of the aircraft carrier Independence. He wa» the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morrow of Akron, Ohio. The attack took place on shore drive near the Little Creek Nava Amphibious Base. The sailor and his 19-year-oW girlfriend were walking with another couple when the attack oc curred. Name Ohioan to study unit WASHINGTON (AP) - Indus-jeral Aviation Agency, to make trialist Edward S. Lamb, Toledo, Ohio, is among eight persons Sen. Jstes Kefauver, D-Tenn, has recommended for possible service on an advisory group for development of a supersonci jetliner. Kefauver was invited by Najceb ialaby. administrator of the Fed- recommendations after he criticized the FAA for its selections. Kefauver contended the advisory group appointed by Halaby did not represent a sufficiently wide range of interests. Lamb is president of Lamb Industries in Toledo. of anyone on shore," he added. "They also found the arms wnich we had stored on the boat. "Police told us they had us under surveillance all Sunday nio.-n- ing while we were trying to docK After finding the arms they immediately announced we were being detained. The police refused to use the term 'arrest.' They said we were merely 'detained. " Buchanan said a high official of the Bahamas government, whom he declined to identify, arrived and said he was acting as a dol gate from London, representing the Admiralty. "Prior to the official's arrival, however, the frigate was spotted off the east coast of the key," Buchanan said. j "The navy came ashore in three ( anding launches. One of these carried # platoon of men completely equipped with machine- uns and ready to fight. The police then turned us over to the navy." "I was flown to Nassau at 7 ).m. Sunday. I went to court Monlay afternoon and we're now out n bond. 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