The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 27, 1965 · Page 8
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Huntley Will Enter Modified P-51 In 1965 National Air Rases At Reno :?, 8 Thursday, May 27, '65 Delfa Democrat-Times By ','OEL WORKMAN |nost experienced pilols, has purchased a modified I'-51 fighl- er plane. With a little luck OIK] a lot of hard flying, he will be a That aviation racing disease which a (cw months ago infccl- ed Greenville's Powder Puff Derby entrants seems to have spread to DcltAcro's Blylhe Huntley. Hunllcj, aro of the Delta's top contender in this year's National Air Races at Reno, Nev. THIS has been an obsession wit.S me for a Icni; lime," he says. "I've always wanted to pilot a really fust phme." His P-51 stripped of its military armor and fire power should satisfy that obsession as it carries Huntley over (he Delta at speed Air Races arc held over '11)0 miles an hour. He purchased the red and white single engine fighter from a Kansas City piM and immediately begun Ihc big job of preparing the plane and himself for (he Races. Powered by a 1GOO horsepower Rolls Roycc Merlin engine, the plane is similar io last year's winner of the Reno competition. Huntlcy, who heads Ihe DellAero over a closed ten mile course with the planes seldom rising above 50 feet over the eaith. MID September and the competition is still a long way off," Hunllcy said. "I've go! to get completely familiar with so fast a plane." He also will need sponsorship or financial support! from interested Mississippians for competition expenses. The four blade, lamlem place fighter burns about 75 gallons of fuel an hour but Huntiey is quick lo point out that prize money this year will lop $100,000. Finding someone to help fur- flying school nnd aircraft sales|nish the £1000 worth of fuel the old Greenville Air Forcejnced between now and the liase. has one large race problem under control. "Many pilofs aren't as used to flying so close lo the ground, an old crop duster, this fear Im been pretty well whipped years ago," he said. 'Hie Reno would lie a big help," he said. Between now and September,! Hunlley and his co - workers | have many hours of work ahead if Greenville's newest air racer is lo succeed in his first National Air Kaces bid. ;u»j::: - .:-vv-.r.I ..;.' Into The Cockpit DellAero's Blylhe Huntley pulls himself up into the cockpit of his modilied P-51 fighter. He'll spend many summer hours in that seat before entering the National Air Races in September. (Staff Photo) Now . . . A New Way to Shop At ... Morgan Lindsey Visit Our New .. . . CATALOG ORDER SERVICE DEPARTMENT A new modem, convenient way to shop for your family, your home . . . lop quality . . . lower price . . . prompt, fast delivery. Shop this new department for all your needs! Morgan Lindsey Thomas Shopping Center CLOSE CALL SAN ANDREAS, Calif. (DPI) --Calaveras County Deputy Sheriff Fred Kern was patrol- ing a local reservoir with a companion in a boat this week' when they noticed a rattlesnake swimming toward them. : Kern tried to bat (he reptile away with his oar. But the snake wrapped himself around the oar and began working his 1 way toward the deputy's lap.I Just as the two men were about to jump overboard, the rattler unwrapped himself from the oar and slid gently back into the water. Turn off your "PAIN SWITCH with the strongest pain reliever you can get'! a When headachy pressure and tension t u r n on your "Pain Switch," turn it off fmi with St. Joseph Aspirin! Grain for grain, today's St. Joseph Aspirin actually contains more pure potent pain relief power--more pure unnttult- traud pain reliever--than any combination, "extra strength" or buffered product you can buy. Evidence of its effectiveness comes from a govcrnmcnt- financed study published^ in Journal of American Medical Association. This s t u d y proved St. Joseph Aspirin unsurpassed in speed and strength of relief 'without a prescription among all 5 leading pain relief tablets. Unsurpassed in stomach gentleness, even compared to the costly buffered product. St. Joseph Aspirin gives more pure pain relief power for your money than the expensive brand of aspirin too! GUAKANTER-- You'll like today's St. Joseph Aspirin better than any other pain reliever... or money back at once from Plough, Inc. g, ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN A Lot To Know Blylhe Hunllcy has already begun learning "everything there is to know" abou his P-51 fighter plane. Ho land the red and while fighter plane will represent Greenville in the National Air Races in Reno, N'ev. (Staff Photo) Workers Return To Jobs LA PAZ, Dolivia (DPI) -Leftist-led workers returned to their jobs throughout Bolivia Wednesday ending a 10-day-old strike with revolt overtones in which 70 persons were killed and 250 wounded. The Bolivian Workers Cen- Iral (COB) called off its antigovernment general strike the nation's t i n mines and factories on the basis of an agreement with the military junta negotiated by university faculty members and non - Communist union leaders. Striking tin miners agreed to evacuate the properties they seized earlier in the week the promise the junta would rc- 1 troops to (heir barracks. There was some delay in evac- uation of mines in Oruro Department (province), however, and the army said it would keep troops in the field until miners abandoned the premises. * * * A government decision to withhold pay from strikers for the days they were out caused some discontent among those returning to work. The j u n t a had previously announced it would penalize strike leaders. The junta blamed the strike on the National Revolutionary Movement (MNR) and Christian Democrat parlies as well as (he Communists. 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