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Monday ID .Die r our ir ergo n o Acciaen An A Ships Meet In Orbit Again (c) The New York Times MOSCOW - On his second day in orbit, Col. Georgy T. Beregovoy piloted the spaceship Soyuz 3, launched Saturday, to a second rendezvous with the unmanned spacecraft Soyuz 2; , which has been aloft since Friday. The purpose of the dual flight is to perfect docking techniques in orbit, academician Boris N. Petrov wrote in an article in Pravda, newspaper of the Communist Party. Tass, the official press agency, reported Sunday night that Beregovoy had gone to sleep for the eight hours during which his craft will be out of radio contact. As he settled down in the rest and research compartment next to the pilot's controls, the cosmonaut had completed 22 orbits. Soyuz 2 was in its 39th spin around the earth. Beregovoy, who at 46 years is the oldest man ever to fly in space, was reported in good health ' after a second day of conducting a variety o f maneuvers, experiments and observations. Sunday's rendezvous lasted 90 minutes, according to Tass During this time, the agency said, "Soyuz 3 extensively maneuvered by means o f automatic and manual controls was approaching the unmanned Soyuz 2." As it did Saturday, Tass left open the question of Finalist A Montgomery girl, Mary Ruth Wolke, IS, of 2439 Belcher Drive, was chosen second Most Outstanding Student in statewide competition in Birmingham recently. Miss Wolke, a. senior at Lanier High School, earlier was chosen as Lanier and Montgomery County's Most Outstanding Student. The competition was sponsored by speech clubs across the state and by . the League o f Educational Advisors. Bob Smitherman of Mobile was selected as the State's Outstanding Student. Most Colorado School Police Seek Culprit FORT COLLINS, ' Colo.'1 (AP) Smashup Occurs Near Haleyville HALEYVILLE (AP) - Four persons died Sun- afternoon when a car being sought by a statt day trooper slammed into anotl rate of speed near here. Trooper C. C. Dyal iden tified the victims as Bobby Gene Godsey, 27, of Haleyville, Route 5; Mrs Gora Phillips, 48, of Fayette. Ala.; a boy, about 12 or 13, unidentified but be lieved to be Mrs. Phillip's son; and Bertha B. Huffman, 53, of near Fayette. - Godsey was alone in one car and the two women and the boy were in another. Dyal said he saw Godsey's car being driven at a high rate of speed, recklessly and "all over the road" on Alabama 5, in Marion County, 2.3 miles north of Haleyville. He said he swung his patrol car around and radioed for help, but was hindered by traffic. He lost sight of Godsey's car momentarily when it went over a hill. Dyal said Godsey's car topped the hill and went into a curve on the wrong side of the road, slamming into the car carrying the other three victims. ollow-ing the impact the Godsey vehi cle struck two others before coming to a stop. Dyal quoted a passenger in another car as saying Godsey was driving at "an extreme high rate of speed." He said that he had radioed for help so that in case he couldn't eaten uoosey another trooper could "set him off the road" but radioed word of the wreck before other units could respond. The weekend was one for (See Smashup, Page 2) her auto head-on at a high New York Teachers Offer Plan (NEW YORK (AP) - The leader of the city's 55,000-mem ber public school teachers union offered a plan Sunday night to end the school strike along lines oreviouslv proposed bv the Board of Education. The disclosure of the union proposal came after the city's firemen announced that they were stopping their work slow-down. The police had made s similar move Saturday., The proposed teacher settle ment, as outlined by Albert Shanker, president of the United Federation of Teachers, would, in effect, re-establish the condi tions of Oct. 11. That was the last day of school before teach ers walked off the ot lor tne third time since Sept. 9, ending schooling for more than one mil lion pupils. Shanker's plan would keep in effect temporarily the suspen- sion of the local governing board of Ocean HilliBrowns- ville, an experimentally decen tralized district in a largely Ne gro and Puerto Rican Brooklyn area. The unit administrator, Rhody McCoy also would re main suspended. yelling through viet sive tion scenes Embassy. About thronged hurled

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  2. 28 Oct 1968, Mon,
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