Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 3, 1969 · Page 52
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 52

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ALL 'EDIT H the Arizona Republic ». Astronaut bends rule for family HOUSTON (UPI) - Astronaut Alan L. Bean, spending his last weekend with his family before his flight to the moon, took his wife and daughter to Astroworld amusement park yesterday. The outing technically violated his 21-day preflight quarantine, which began Oct. 24. Beginning then, he was supposed to have had minimum contact with those outside his family to cut down on the danger of getting sick i mm e d i a t e 1 y before the launch. "It looks like Al overstepped his bounds," a spokesman at the Manned Spacecraft Center said. "But he probably won't get in any trouble for it." Cosmonaut makes horseshoe at Williamsburg WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) — Cosmonaut Georgi Berego- voy took a whack at blacksmithing yesterday as he and fellow Soviet spaceman, Konstantine Feoktistov, spent a leisurely day touring colonial WillJamsburg. While poking through the- many craft shops in the restored 18th century colonial capital, the Russians came upon master blacksmith John Allgood at work. Beregovoy asked if he could fry his hand before the forge, took a hammer and pounded out a horseshoe under Allgood's tutoring. Later, in a good-humored luncheon toast at the Christiana Campbell Tavern, he praised his effort as "the most historic event of the day." The two spacemen, accompanied by U.S. astronaut William Anders and Beregovoy's wife and son, took a carriage ride around the restored area. Mr. Beregovoy received a gift of a silver sunburst brooch at the jewelry shop, and both cosmonauts were given initialed pewter tankards at the pewteror's craft shop. Victor Beregovoy the astronaut's son, also received a gift and was given a look at an American football by children playing along historic Duke of Gloucester Street. At lunch, Anders proposed a toast to "more successful space flights by both the U.S. and Russia." Beregovoy returned the gesture with a toast to "the City of Williamsburg, which brings joy to the people and knowledge of history." The cosmonauts toured the College of William and Mary during the afternoon. At night the Russians, who took in a spy film. "The Chairman" Saturday night and "Williamsburg: The Story of a Patriot" at the start of their tour yesterday, went to the movies again. They saw a special showing of "True Grit," which had been flown in from Hollywood upon their request to see an American Western. Special for November The HERBIE SHAG A zany 3-tone deep pile nylon carpet in the grooviest colors! Reg. $11.95 $ 10 45 sq. yd. INSTALLED ON HEAVY RUBBER CUSHION $££ US fOR: WUNDAWEVE Carpets PHONE US FOR AT HOME SHOPPING SERVICE HOURS 6-5:30 MON..FRI. SAT. TILL NOON EVES BY APPOINTMBNT THE Carpet Shoppe " EXQUISITE FLOORS 58T9N. 7ffi$f. PHONE 264-6786 PAYMENT PLAN TO 36 MOS TONIGHT THE PRESIDENT SPEAKS TO YOU: YOU CAN RESPOND You can send * Western Union personal opinion message\direcfly to the President at the White House. The "POM" is a direct Telegram to your elected representatives at both the National and the State levels. Compose your views on any public issue in 15 words or less and send them to Washington for only 90 cents. Send "POM'S." Your opinion will count. WESTERN UNION one We give you a choice. In both Coach and And we cook right on board. With our nev Make yourself at home the American V\foy Travel Agents make life easier.

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