(ADV: FOR AMS WED, NOV, 8. WITH AAA WIRE STORY BY JACK LEFLER) (LA3-NOV.2) LOS ANGELES, Nov. 7 — PUTTING IT UP WILL CREATE JOBS — An army of 10,000 subcontractors is being recruited by North American Rockwell Corp., to help put the $2.6 billion space shuttle into orbit. The White House estimates 160,000 workers will be directly or indirectly involved in the project. This artist’s concept shows the space shuttle orbiter roaring spaceward. (AP Wirephoto)(rhs52015ho) 1972
This silent morning, on Space Shuttle #28, breakfast will probably begin with Tang.
Imagine a spaceship that carries 12 passengers and lands as easily as an airplane. It will be ferrying back and forth to space by the late 1970’s. And if the future is like the present, Tang will be there in its galley. Just as it’s on your kitchen table. Nutritious, orange-flavored Tang. The instant breakfast drink with more Vitamin C than orange juice. No matter where you are.