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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 10, 1963, Bennington, Vermont S a t h s by a Nha we. La a Uzi Shank Forton Ham slices a Vonc Steak Salem a super Market Navy to build More Thresher Type subs Bennington Banner Friday. May to 1963-8 Portsmouth . A the disaster that struck the nuclear submarine Thresher one month ago today has not changed the Navy plans for construction of tassels of the same Type. Rear . Ralph k. James until april 29 chief of the Navy a Bureau of ships told a Navy court of inquiry thursday that the Bureau reviewed and found the design a fundamentally excellent and there should be no termination of this the report was accepted by Secretary of the Navy Fred North James said. The Admiral who retires june so also said the Thresher a represented the finest capability in performance and safety in after first testifying in open session James and his successor As chief of the Bureau of ships rear . William a. Brackets gave further testimony behind closed doors. It was pm a Gray morning one month ago that the Thresher Sank during a deep sea test dive with Staie inspection now thru May 31sf. Complete Spring tune up service Sawyers flying a ser vice dial 442-9703 636 main St. Bennington it. The loss of 129 lives 220 Miles East of Boston. Had the disaster struck one cruise before that fatal dive it might have entombed no Only in Gwen but members of their Shelles As Wen. Her last previous venture had been a a Petticoat Quot cruise and dive with the family members of her Crew just before she was put in dry Dock for nine months of overhaul. The $45-Mllllon Dollar Thresher disappeared on her next diving venture april to. The Navy says it. Cmdr. John w. Harvey would never have issued the traditional submarine order of a submerge the boat of he Felt any imminent danger. The dive was to have been a test of depth after the overhaul. Thresher went Down never to come up again in water that is 8,400 feet deep a depth experts say no submarine could survive. If she lies on the Bottom the pressure against Thresher s Hull is 3,730 pounds per Square Inch compared with 32 pounds at sea level. Search vessels Are still trying to locate the sunken Thresher in which Are entombed 16 officers 96 enlisted men and 17 civilian technicians. Ready to go to her Side when the submarine is located is the Baths Cape Trieste capable of descending to that depth with men and cameras. And a Navy court of inquiry is trying to determine what caused Thresher to exceed her depth and plummet to her doom. In 22 Days of court sessions at Portsmouth naval shipyard the court has heard about 90 witnesses and studied More than 130 exhibits including some two dozen pieces of debris which witnesses said could have come from Thresher. On april 13, it. . James d. Watson navigator of the Rescue ship Skylark on escort duty during the Thresher dive testified before the court that he had heard the submarine a breaking Watson said that indeed he did tear a Rush of air for a few amends and then a garbled message from Thresher. L c . It. 7 Pownal ctr. It. Mothers a y May 12th Complete dinner $1.75 to $3.50 Mon. Fri 4 30-8 30 sat Sun. Noon-8 30 dial 823-7353 Javery memorials 517 South Street Mannington Vernon. Cd mrs. Ernest h. Javery. Mrs. Aun h. Page comfortable Early american a luxury soft Omsk foam rubber stat cushions a remove by Zipparah Waters a Coil Spring it Csc with Spring Sig a cover fabric on platform under cushions a fins tailoring with by Pla Atad skirt a protective Cossu Chok of Beautiful print or Bead fabrics in decorator colors 90-Inch l0unqe chaw Comfort plus colonial styling by weft Tim Muumuu Chami accounts Muse Mcconnell Wayside furniture stat1 a _ to in mrs Adami mass. Preparing for realtors week gov. Philip exhibits copy of his proclamation declaring May 12-18 As not Lonsul realtor week ill Vermont. Looking on left to right Lawrence p. Heney of Montpelier director of Vermont association of realtors boards Harold b. Bensen of Burlington first vice president Hoff and Theodore g. Carter of Woodstock past president. Incumbent president bread h. Hawks of Bennington will preside Over associations annual meeting May 23 in Manchester. Spacecraft is like a woman a purse reach in you la find most anything Cape canaveral Fla. Apr astronaut Leroy Gordon Cooper s a Faith 7&Quot spacecraft is like a woman a purse. Reach in and you la find almost anything. If Cooper rockets toward Bis 34-hour space flight As planed next tuesday he will carry along such items As an inflatable balloon four cameras an exercise de vice medical monitoring gear maps Star charts medical monitoring devices Geiger counters a 28-foot exp Able radio Antenna shark repellent a raft an alarm clock parachutes and Spaghetti and meat sauce. Hell even carry his own private More lie tests set in probe of girls murder Cambridge mass. Apr police investigating the brutal slaying of a 26-year-old music student say they probably will ask two men who took lie Detector tests yesterday to take second round of tests. A Young Hospital orderly described As a former mental patient and another Man were released last night after taking lie Detector tests which police called Al Hirt took 30 years to hit the big time by Cynthia Lowry a television radio writer new York apr when Vincent Edwards who had been around Hollywood a longtime trying to get a foothold finally found his ladder in a Eben Casey a he delivered what has become his most famous line a sure a he commented than 11-year-old overnight big Al Hirt generally conceded to be the no. I trumpet player of his generation has a Success Story that makes Edwards Rise seem meteoric. A a in be been playing for 30 years and a professional musician for 18,�?� said Al. A so How do you explain what happened to me about two years ago As anything but Luck a Hirt a new Orleans boy had a Good musical education chose the trumpet As his instrument and for a while played with some of the big bands the Dorsey Brothers Ray Mckinley a and Horace Heidtm a. Then he quietly went Back to new Orleans. Eventually he became a part owner of a Bourbon Street place leading his own musical group. But still no one really paid much attention to him although he was playing the Sable kind of music that now has All the expert flipping. In Las vegas Hirt and his Horn were heard by Dinah shores producer who booked him. A and that was it a the 300-Pound, bearded musician said. Hell be blowing his Horn sunday night on the de Sullivan show for the umpteenth time and just for a Little variety hell try a Little singing too. Recommended weekend viewing tonight interview with Fidel Castro Abc Eastern Standard time interview filmed april 21 by a Lisa Howard. Sunday a Dinah Shore show a Abc 10-11 variety hour in the singers series. Inconclusive. Later police chief Daniel f. Brennan said there were a no suspects Quot in the slaying of miss Beverly f. Samans 26, of Beckley w.va., whose nude body was found wednesday night in her apartment with 15 Stab wounds in the Chest and breast. Miss Samans was a graduate student in music at Boston University and was preparing for an audition with the metropolitan opera co. She had worked As a musical therapist and was known to believe music was a key in the cure of mental illness. Capt. John j. Grainger chief of Cambridge police detectives said one of the men questioned yesterday was a close Friend a but not a boy the other a 20-year-old orderly who once had been among the retarded children taught by miss Samans at the Walter e. Fernald school in w a 11 h a in admitted seeing the girl sunday afternoon but not in her apartment police said. Police said the girl was seen alive As late As la . Sunday. Or. Peter a. Delmonico medical examiner said death occurred either late sunday night or Early monday. He said the slaying a could no have been committed by anyone in sound the medical examiner said e Hunting knife May have been the death weapon. No such knife was found in the girls apartment just off Harvard Square. The girls interest in abnormal psychology was indicated by a partially written graduate thesis on mental aberrations found in her apartment. Satellite a baseball sized object equipped with flashing beacons which he plans to release into orbit during the third of his intended 22 circuits of the Globe. The longest . Manned space flight yet planned is scheduled to Start with the Roar of an Atlas rocket Between 8 . And 10 30 . Eastern Standard time tuesday. If the Mission goes the full distance Cooper s space Chariot will Parachute to a lauding in the Pacific Ocean 80 Miles Southeast of Midway Island 34 hours 19 minutes later. Project Mercury officials primarily will seek medical data during the Long duration Mission to determine if a Many a ability to perform is impaired by prolonged exposure to space weightlessness. As Cooper sweeps about the Globe medical sensors attached to his body will relay to ground stations information on heartbeat blood pressure temperature respiration and other parameters. As a Means of preventing deterioration of muscle tone during the Long weightless period Cooper plans to exercise by pulling on a bungee cords a giant stretchable rubber band like device attached to the spacecraft floor Between his feet. The air Force Maior 36, will eat regularly to maintain his strength. The menu includes bite size titbits and new dehydrated space foods which when mixed with water produces Spaghetti beef and Gravy Chicken or lobster. An idea for mom Ali new shut pocket transistor a modal Royal 130 its Rich tons Quality will Amala you of Pratss on two inexpensive Pandit Batt Ariss no Battery packs to buy 6 transistors 2 diodes Slid ruts pre Dion Vernier tuning. Umbra Akarl Cabinet. I. T. Williams we Don to talk server. We give it Hunt St. Dial 24ui Hoffa indicted again bribe count this time Nashville Tenn. Apr teamsters president James a Hoffa today faced new charges attempting to bribe jurors in his deadlocked Federal court conspiracy trial Here last year. A five count indictment returned by a special Federal grand jury accused the labor Leader with a aiding commanding and inducing efforts to influence two Lur Spring fever hits colleges a touch of Spring fever struck three new England College campuses during the night and sent students swarming into the streets of new Haven conn., Providence r.i., and Waltham mass. Before Dawn broke what began As Spring larks turned into full scale riots at the campuses of Yale and Brown universities. At new Haven it took scores of Nightstick swinging policemen to bring some 1,500 Yale students under control Early today. Seventeen students were arrested and one required Hospital treatment. Providence police used dogs motorcycles and nightsticks to drive the Brown students Back to their dormitories after repeated pleas from College officials failed. One police officer was injured when struck by a Rock. Fourteen students were arrested hundreds of Brown students surged from the Campus and headed for girls dormitories at Pembroke College Bryant College and Rhode Island school of design. They milled about the buildings but failed to gain Entrance. One group descended on the Home of Brown president Barnaby c. Keeney. Kenney strode Down the walk toward the crowd and shouted a Elf there is any student from Brown Here in five seconds he will be thrown out of some seconds later the area was deserted. Keeney had less Success at the John Hay Library. Using a police bullhorn he shouted a those of you who have books in the Library lineup at once. The rest of you go the students did no to move. Keeney scowled lit a cigarette and strode off through the crowd. At Brandeis University in Waltham some 1,500 students swarm cd across the Campus toward the girls a dormitories but quickly dispersed when six police cruisers showed up. There were no arrests. School officials described the scene As a Spring a student said a it was a hot Light and we wanted to Cool ors and a prospective juror to vote for his acquittal. In Philadelphia Hoffa said he was not guilty and declined comment because he had not seen the indictment. He appeared before a . Commissioner and posted a $10,000 Bond for a hearing next monday. Six other persons most of them close friends or associates of Hoffa also were indicted and Justice department attorneys indicated still More indictments might be forthcoming the grand jury Chat feed the defendants offered $10,000 to a prospective juror a similar amount to the son of a juror and a a a promotion to a Tennessee Highway patrolman whose wife was on the jury. The two jurors were replaced before the Case went to the jury. Hoffa 50, who Heads the nations largest single Union was tried on charges he conspired to violate the Taft Hartley act by accepting funds illegally from a Detroit transport firm in return for labor peace. The trial which began oct. 22, ended dec. 23, when . Dust. Judge William e. Miller declared a mistrial the jury having reported it was hopelessly deadlocked 7 to 5, for acquittal. Hoffa was indicted on five counts. Indicted on single counts were Ewing King president of teamsters local 327 Here Allen Dolman close Friend of Hoffa and a Chicago insurance broker Larry Campbell business agent for the teamsters local 299 in Detroit which Hoffa Heads Thomas Ewing Parks of Nashville Campbells Uncle Nicholas j. Tweel Huntingdon w. Va., insurance executive and president of the Continental tobacco co. Of new York and Lawrence w. Medlin Nashville merchant. The indictment identified the two jurors toward whom approaches were directed As Gratin Fields of Nashville and mrs. James Pas Chall of Woodbury. I he prospective juror was James c. Tippens Nashville insurance Man. Motorola 23&Quot swivel to vows Hediat mat. Iss. I pie tort waving Ana than wired Chassis precision crafted with modern hand and dip soldering for Long life. Mahogany or Walnut finishes on tempered hardboard and Hardwood solids. All Chi annoy adaptable. Modal 23k89 254.95 it uhf All Channel radio to j nun Babcock 11 dec i Ric Mongan St 0lal�l4a on her Day pen sets lighters cameras boxed stationary leather desk sets photo albums Ano novelties Evans no news office hmm. Main St. Bennington it. You la Admire the 1963 Cadillac All the More when you drive it the cards youth fully Lithe and vigorous lines Are Only a hint of the eager action that awaits you at the wheel. Your dealer has a Cadillac awaiting your most exacting inspection. You la find it an enlightening experience. Visit your local authorized Yvo / of Deamer . Eddington inc. Winnington Vermont 239 main strut

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