Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Apr 23 1963, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 23, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Chess tournament John Cleary of Woodford left Waits patiently while mrs. Eleanor Sourdiffe of Bennington right foreground besides on her next move in a Vermont state chess tournament match. In the background Bene costales of Burlington a cuban refugee prepares to move against his opponent Robert Hobb of Springfield. Marcell Lettre of Bennington left rear was a Spectator. The first three rounds of the tournament were played sunday at the Bennington Myca. The second three will be played next sunday. Cameras to Hunt lost sub Portsmouth n. H. Apr scientists aboard the oceanographic research vessel Atlantis ii today planned to lower cameras 8,400 feet to the Ocean floor to try to determine if any of six the classic coat. A a s for All weather the caches by London fog Here a the Raincoat for every occasion. Classically styled. The Duchess is 05% Dacron ,�?~15% Cotton to make it machine washable Drable. Add to this exclusive a Ltd Barrier construction for assured rain Protection and you have your coat for the season. Colors natural Ivory Navy Green hotel Putnam bids Bennington it protuberances is the sunken nuclear submarine Thresher. The Atlantis ii based at Woods Hole mass., oceanographic institution and Navy ships have used electronic equipment to systematically comb the Ocean floor in the Vicinity of the last known position of the submarine which disappeared with 129 men Board. The Thresher was last heard from when it took a deep test dive april to some 220 Miles East of Boston just off the Edge of the Continental shelf. The Navy court of inquiry holding hearings at Portsmouth naval shipyard into the possible causes of the tragedy was in recess until wednesday. A Navy spokesman in Washington yesterday announced s i x Ocean Bottom protuberances considered a real Good prospects had been found. Capt. C. B. Bishop a submarine expert in the office of the chief of naval operations told reporters All six Are considered Quot Good however Bishop said All six could turn out to be Rock outcroppings or the sunken wrecks of other ships. Quot it appears they Are not part of the natural Bottom a he said. Bishop said the Atlantis cameras should be Able to get Quot fairly Good pictures of the Bottom. Foul weather would hamper camera operations he said. The Baths Cape Trieste is scheduled to arrive in Boston saturday and then will be taken to the search scene. The Trieste capable of diving to Depths far new league for bears Denver apr the Denver bears this season will play in their third professional baseball league since 1947. They have switched to the expanded Pacific coast league after eight seasons in the american Asso Caiton now disbanded. Before that the bears were in the class a Western league. Double s amp h Stamps wednesday North Bennington re. 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Baltimore 7 4 .636 a Chicago 6 4 .600 a new York 6 4 .600 a Kansas City 7 5 .583 a Boston 6 5 .545 i Detroit 6 6 .500 i a los Angeles 5 7 .455 2 a Cleveland 4 6 .400 2 a Washington 4 6 .400 2 a Minnesota 4 8 .333 3 a today s games Chicago at Pittsburgh St. Louis at Houston Milwaukee at los Angeles i Cincinnati at san Francisco Only games scheduled wednesday s games Pittsburgh at Philadelphia go new York at Chicago Milwaukee at Houston q0 Cincinnati at los Angeles of St. Louis at san Francisco Pownal a members of the Bennington county legislative delegation were treated sunday to a tour of Green Mountain Park Here. Making up the group were state Sens. Reid Lefevre of Manchester and Eugene v. Clark of Bennington town reps. Joseph j. Caraco Iola of Bennington Allan b. Angney or. Of Arlington Tracy e. Kenyon or. Of Shaftsbury mrs. Harriet Stone of Sunderland and their guests. Guide for the tour arranged by the greater Bennington association was Edward Bowmaker director of publicity for the new parimutuel Racetrack. The i a hour tour started in a general manager s office proceeded through the basement storage area of the 5 Story grandstand building to the main Entrance and from there across the main floor with its Sellers Booths to the main grandstand and its Quot wide Angle Quot View of the entire track. The group visited the clubhouse judges monday s results Kansas City 6, Detroit 5 Washington 4, los Angeles i Chicago at Cleveland weather Only games scheduled today a games Detroit at Kansas City los Angeles at Washington Minnesota at Baltimore co Boston at new York Only games scheduled wednesdays games los Angeles at Detroit Boston at Cleveland n Minnesota at Washington to Kansas City at Baltimore of Chicago at new York Ppd National league greater than where the Thresher is believed to lie has cameras and viewing equipment. The last witness to testify before the court of inquiry yesterday was torpedo Man 1-c. Raymond c. Mattson of Chisholm minn., who was transferred from the Thresher the morning she sailed from Portsmouth on the sea trials from which she never returned. Mattson said that when the Thresher returned to the Portsmouth Yard for an overhaul there were Quot quite a few defects but All of them were corrected. He said the air system was Quot kind of shaky Quot reducer valves were Quot not up to snuff a piping was Quot out of alignment a and dirt dust and grime were found in the air filters. Mattson said a Long Spike was found in one air filter. By the time he left the Thresher Mattson said there were no defects which had not been detected so far As he knew. The five Man Board recessed after hearing Mattson and planned to spend today reviewing testimony taken thus far. W l. Pct. . Pittsburgh 7 4 .636 a san fran. 8 5 .615 a St. Louis 8 5 .615 a Milwaukee 8 6 .571 a Philadelphia 7 6 .538 i los Angeles 7 7 .500 i a Cincinnati 5 5 .500 i a Chicago 6 7 .462 2 new York 4 9 .308 4 Houston 4 to .286 41/2 mondays results Philadelphia 8, new York 6 Pittsburgh 2, Chicago 0 St. Louis 5, Houston 2 Milwaukee to los Angeles 2 Cincinnati 7, san Francisco 4 coach in Reserve coach in Reserve new York up a Manhattan basketball coach Kenny Norton holds the rank of commander in the United states naval Reserve. I offices press Box television and film facilities then returned to the main floor where offices for Security state police the state racing commission and other track functions As Well As the parimutuel calculating Complex and the Safe were inspected. Quot amazement Quot was the consensus of the group according to a spokesman. It is expected this tour will be a prelude to one for All Vermont legislators sometime be for the tracks opening May 24. 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