The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 13, 1996 · Page 70
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The History Of Hie U.S. Marine Corps In World Warn An outstanding documentary... some of the finest combat footage ever photographed." — HARRY HARRIS, PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER Filmed Comp etely In Color By Marines At War In The Pacific Not Available In Stores! Guadalcanal... Tarawa... Guam... Salpan... Iwo Jlma... Okinawa... we all know the names so well, the Japanese- held islands in the Pacific theater during World War 11... the same islands that our gallant Marine Corps fought on and won back, facing overwhelming odds and certain death! OUR TIME IN HELL takes you there to see for yourself the glory of the U.S. Marine Corps in battle — and every marine who fought there. It was a series of assaults from the open seas. No where to run, no where to hide. No place to retreat. No choice but victory. Narrated By Lee Marvin Now, for the very first time, we are proud to present Our Time In Hell, narrated by Lee Marvin — a marine himself! This is the story of the U.S. Marine Corps' "island hopping" Pacific campaign during World War U, filmed completely in color by the Marines themselves. OUR TIME IN HELL features raw action footage on vintage color film that you won't want to miss... bullets whizzing in close combat... steamy jungle fighting... thunderous battleships... extremely rare film from the Salpan campaign... touching images of Marines on R&R... pillbox machine gun nests firing at our relentless Marines. Since it's acclaimed network broadcast, this rare collector's Item was available only through Marine veterans organizations and is only now being offered to the general public. This superb video is not available in stores, so order yours today! VHS. 60 minutes. "A glowing tribute to the Marine Corps." — JOHN GARDNER, SOUTH BEND TRIBUNE "Nobody who saw this greatest of all American war films will ever forget it." — ANN HODGES, HOUSTON CHRONICLE 1-800-811-8802 24-hour toll-free order number HERE'S HOW TO ORDER: Please specify Our lime In Hell Video - Item #W822. Along with your name, address, and zip code, send $19.95 + $3.95 postage and handling. Total $23.90. Great Gift Ideal Two videos for only $38.00 plus $5.95 postage and handling. Total $43.95. Make check or money order payable to Elizabeth Kaye Collection, and mail to: Elizabeth Kaye Collection, Dept. OH-5 Box 9001, Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724-9001 NJ residents please add sales tax. Credit cards welcome - Visa or MasterCard only. Include card name, account number, and expiration date. FuttlUuicnl: G&C Ajwclota Plu» allow up lu « wtxki lor iMivery. MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY • EABEIS MELPIHG OTIEIS Big wheels deliver W HEN JOHN F. KENNEDY needed a nickel for a phone call during a campaign stop in Chelsea, Mass., 40 years ago, Joe Riley gave it to him. Last month, Riley, 84, got a chance to collect the debt from another Kennedy, JFK's nephew Joe, who holds the same congressional seat his uncle the president once held. The occasion? The day U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy, D-Mass., showed up at Riley's Chelsea apartment to deliver Riley's weekday lunch from Meals on Wheels. Needless to say, Riley was surprised to open the door and see Kennedy. "I told him I was carrying the story for a long time and thought I'd never get to meet him and share it," says Riley, who refused Joe Kennedy's offer to repay him. "I couldn't figure out how much interest was due, anyway," Riley jokes. Says Kennedy: "Joe loaned more than a nickel to my uncle — he spent his life in public service in his community. Now it's time for us to lend a hand to Joe and millions like him. That's what Meals on Wheels is all about, and that's what we should remember on Make a Difference Day." Kennedy is one of tens of thousands of high-profile and everyday people who will join forces Saturday, Oct. 26, to deliver free hot lunches for Meals on Wheels to more than 1 million seniors in 20,000 communities. Meals on Wheels will get another boost from Plymouth dealerships in 10 states, which will loan vans for deliveries. Some dealers plan to collect food and clothes for the needy. E3 By Kathy Balog UM WEEKEW* Make A Difference Day is co-sponsored by local papers. It is in partnership with The fWnts of light Foundation and local Volunteer Centers. Call 1-800-416-3824 (in O.C., 202-223-9186, ext. 183). • ONUNL Join Pat Chapel, director, Volunteer Center of United Way, Champaign, III., I t yoTarea. CLIP AND SAVE We want to report how many Americans take part in Make A Difference Day, and honor a variety of projects. After you complete your project on Oct. 26* fill out this form and mail it, along with a detailed description (500 words or less, preferably typed) of your effort. Include snapshots if possible. Materials can't be returned. Mall by Nov. 15 to: USA WEEKEND MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY 1000 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, Va. 22229-0012 PLEASE TYPE OR NEATLY PRIM Name of person submitting entry Organization (If any) Address City State ZIP cod* Daytime phone no. ( Evening phone no. ( ) Which category beet describee the volunteers? Check ONE. 0 1 Individual/family 0 2 Group or club G 3 Church or religious group a" Co-workers O 6 School a 6 Communltywlde How many people volunteered? Name of newspaper carrying U*A WEEKEND a Check here if you have participated in Make A Difference pay before. a Check here if you want to be put on a Points of Light Foundation mailing list for community service information. The foundation is a partner in Make A Difference Day. * If you can 'i participate Saturday for religious reasons, please do a project on Sunday, Oct. 27. for awards. Honorees must sign releases. 16 USA WEEKEND • Oct. 11-13. IW6

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