The Times from San Mateo, California on September 14, 1977 · Page 6
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THE TIMES W«dn«idoy, S«pt. 14, 1977 Enterprise Flight OK Safeway Ice Cream Strike Ends EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE UPI)-8Mc« Shut- tl* official! uy the orblter Enterpriw wu "eiien- tiilly perfect" in 1U second free flight Tueidiy and they foresee no problem! with a third test late this month. "All objective! were accomplished," Donald "Deke" Slayton, former astronaut who li managing this phase of the shuttle program, announced shortly after die the 75-ton orUter completed ita twisting, turning 30-mtte glide to a landing on a dry desert lakebSf "Everything went essentially perfect and continued that way through the night "The ship Is In good shape and we're ready to go again." The maneuvers, comparable but more complicated than those in the first free flight last month, tested the ability of astronauts Joe Engel, 43, and Richard Truly, 38, to pilot the unpowered Enterprise to a safe landing. A third free-fall flight Is scheduled for Sept 27, with a fourth test planned in the middle of October. Tuesday's flight was postponed from Aug. 30 because a tropical storm drenched the desert runways. The orblter's separation from the 747 mother ship was delayed another three minutes when Mission Control in Houston lost radar contact. Officials said the delay caused no proMemu *nt did not affect the five-minute, 28 second glide to earth from an altitude of 28300 feet. Seconds after explosive bolts blew the two ships apart, the Enterprise veered right and up for a tight left turn, followed by a broader turn. The craft reached a speed of 330 mph but air brakes slowed it to a landing speed of 212 mph at touchdown. The two astronauts took turns steering the Enterprise and punching out computer instructions and both praised the ship's maneuverability "It flew very well," Engles said after the flight. "I w«g impressed with the airplane." Truly concurred, "It's an excellent handling machine." The shuttle orblter is to be launched from Cape Canveral In March, 2t79, for Its first orbit. The first payioad, scientific instruments to probe the earth's land and sea environments and storm systems, will be put into orbit later that year. The spaceship is to start taking men ana equipment on round trips to outer spt.ce in the 1960s. OAKLAND (UPI) - A two-month strike against Safeway's Day Are* milk and Ice cream plants ended Tuesday when company officials reached tentative agreement on a three-year contract with Teamster! Union production workers and drivers. The contract covering 150 workers In Teamsters Local 302 calls for a first year wage increase of 65 cent! an hour and parallel* those of major independent milk firms. The strike affected more than 2,000 Safeway workers in J u l y when picketing spread to Ssfewiy'i regional distribution centers but the union eventually limited activities to the milk and Ice cream plants located b Oakland and San Leandro. Police Seek Suspects In SF Coed Slaying SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -- Police today were attempting to locate all persons who could have unlocked the door behind which San Francisco State University coed Jenny Low Chang, 19, was found stabbed and assaulted. Miss Chang's nude body was found Monday in the locked, fourth-floor faculty reading room of the school's J. Paul Leonard Library. The coroners office said she had been stabbed 18 times and that she had been sexually molested. Police inspectors Dave Toschl and Jack Cleary said the door had been locked at 5 p.m. Sunday. Only a key or coded card Midnight-to- 3 A.M. Class would open it, they said. About 200 school personnel had master keys to the door and another 1,200 faculty members and administrators bad coded cards that would have unlocked it, they said. Dr. Paul F. Romberg, president of the university, Tuesday issued a statement conveying bis sympathies to Miss Chang's parents and promising to beef up campus security. DISCOUNT TICKET . WORTH At Canada Secretary Feared Kidnaped "...the circumstances surrounding the crime on our campus have caused me to initiate an immediate and thorough review of all security arrangements for San Francisco State University," Romberg said. Residence hall students have begun a telephone escort program, and in addition, "We encourage night faculty to talk to their students and urge them to proceed to parking areas and bus stops in groups after night classes," Romberg said. FREE BRASS PUTED COAT RACK with purchase of Sofa and Love Seal (for a limited time only, w hurry) 4-PIECE Living Room Group 749 50 By Allied AVAILABLE IN S DIFFERENT FABRICS 84" Sofa $29930 60" Love Seat- *?5H2 Chair - $24930 Sofa Love Seat set or Sofa, Chair Ottoman _ $529.50 FEATURING COMPLETE SELECTION OF DINING ROOM BEDROOM 4-PIECE SUITE Elegant look of rich pine find ru^cjed fabric* A new class hour -- midnight until 3 a.m. -- will be offered to those San Mateo County residents whose working shifts keep them from attending regular college classes. Canada College, located in Redwood City, is offering a tuition-free, semester-long course called "Movies and Discussion of Social Problems." It will be held Friday nights (Saturday mornings) in the multipurpose room of the bookstore building. The course provides three college credit units. Those who wish to enroll may do so in the classroom on Sept. 17. The movies to be shown at the first class will be "Nanook," "Faces of Hunger" and "Faces of My Brother." Other films to be shown include "Gentlemen's Agreement," "Miss Jane Pitman," "Fall Safe," and "Grapes of Wrath." WANTED! SWEDISH MASSAGE sae/wmon BUD. B*nVWRSF«WY Sen Mateo FOR MEN WOMEN! · hMtonMM-MafM-MaaMM · IrtfMd bnrfa li ]«u Mm* · ConpMt W*«M Mil* ton OPEN DAILY 9 TO 9 WEST HEALTH SPA 21 SO. UYSHOtE UVD. ·» SAN MATEO · MM5H WALNUT CREEK (UPI) - An attractive 21-year-oM secretary may have been kidnaped by a man who posed as an official of a nationally-known cosmetics firm, police said Tuesday. A statewide search for Lou Ellen Burleigh was launched after she failed to return from a Sunday meeting with the man, who said he was hiring her for a non-existent Helena Rubinstein office in a Pleasant Hill shopping center. Detective Ed Testo said · Miss Burleigh's boyfriend, I Kurt Edwards, said the| "official" phoned the- woman on Saturday night, · promising her a job at WOO I a month more than what · she earned as a secretary S at Heald Business College · of Walnut Creek. Edwards said the man asked her to come Sunday _ to a Pleasant Hill parking I lot where he had discussed · the job offer with her the · day before. Edwards said Z be later found his girlf-1 riend's car but no trace of £ the Dodge van which the if INTERNATIONAL mystery man had been 5 driving. I PolTce said Miss Bur-1 leigb was a slim brunette ·' and "extremely attrac- J live." 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O Reasons why Payless Cleaners deserves to be your family dry cleaner QUALITY we have the A CHEERFULNESS best, most modem cleaning and ·" wa raaiiw anr-r^iato t ,n,, r ^,,, pressing equipment available and guarantee complete satisfaction. CONVENIENCE Thoro Is a Payloss store to servo you. We're close no matter whore you live- PROMPTNESS We know that · --ur lime is valuable so we moke every effort to keep our promises when we give you a 'ready" date. We really appreciate your business, and are always cheerful, courteous and helpful in every way possible. PRICE Payless Cleaners prices are reasonable and competitive. And we can save you dollars on your cleaning bills with our occasionally lower Special Coupon prices (see below)! CIRCULAR WALKER CWBtPUWARK, SntOUERSMOAMlC Contoured hi back s*at, play tray and 6 sals of easy rolling wrwels. MCDONALD PLAYLAND FLOWER CHIME Easy to release drop side. Teething rails. Unassembled. Mattress not included. AU. 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