The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1951 · Page 3
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THtmSDAY, APRTL 19, 1981 LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 1RKB1 £D(/CATION 3 Purple Hearts Are Old Stuff to Young Corporal Who Has Won Three in Korea MAGNOLIA, Ark., April 19. VFi— •urple liearU arc old stuff to Cpl. Thnri C. Murphy, Jr. The 21-year- old infantryman, who's seen lots if action In Korea, gladly wijulil rade his three purple hearts lor a good stilt of armor. Murphy now Is In a hospital in Japan as a casualty from the Ko- •ean fighting for the third time. He has been wounded t-A'ice and on another occasion suffered frost bitten feet. The youngster \i-as wounclrd in the right foot by machinc-guti bulleUs March T. In a letter to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Murphy of Magnolia, Murphy said he expects to return to action soon. HLs first hospitallzntion was last August 12 when he was hit In the eft hip by an enemy bullet. He spout 33 days i" a hospital. Murphy was out of action about a month whfn he suffered frostbite last Dec- cm bet 1 . A member of the Army since 1318, Murphy has been a mhclu*- gunner with the i9th. infantry Hopiment. 21th, Division, slope July 1950, His wifp, Faye, is jiving w\i\i her parents in 'I'mvis. 'jvx, With hi'r is a son whom Murphy has never seen. Shermon Lollar's Wife Gives Birth to Son ST. LOUIS. April 19. Wi—The wile of catcher Sherman Lollar of Mrs. Clark Gable Flies to Nassau HOLLYWOOD. April 19. (fi'j— The Clark Gables arc part and will remain apart for several weeks, but his studio says It's Just because she wants to look at some property In Nassau. Mrs. Gable, (he former Sylvia Ashley, flew out here Tuesday night en routu to the Bahamas, UK* departure lopped a day of rumors and followed confirmation Irom the studio that the Gables "have had a marital spat." Gable reurned Tuewlny Irom a vacation in Arizona and accompanied his wife to the airport, nicy embraced before she Iwurded Hit |)]nne. The studio explained the Nassau trip this way; the Gables trier! to buy the property [or n beach club last January and recently learned their offer might be accepted. GaWe will be OH movie location for several weeks, so Mrs. Gable went, alone. She Is expected back, a i the St. Louis Browns pjnve birth yesterday to Q six pound. 11 ounce son. AllendanUs nt r»Paul Hospital reported both Mrs, i/illar and the baby In Rood condition. Lollar Is from PaycCleville, Ark. THF ORIGINAL nsplrln for children bearing St. Joseph name. 1 ¥* Erntrt tablets oa- auro accuracy. Orange flavored. spokesman said, by lh« Um« C*M« returns from location. KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS WASTE \\lien kidney function stows flown, man* folk* complain <i( nnpitlniE ImrVache, Ion* of P«[i and i-neiKy. hea-Inrhrs and ril«ine«. u t * If ri'durcd kidney [urn lion is xcltinff you niLit !• 1.1:1111, ovrjr-c\(-iliiin or oxpoiurv to C..M. Minor MniVlrr lrriiallr>ni due In cold or wrriritf diet /liny cixus« getting up niyhti or Crcrnir-m |>ii»tii?<!>fi. . , _ [Jnn'l n.inl.'Cl yuur kl.l/iey* If th«ecoMI- tinni liotlu-r you. Try Dnnn'it Pillg-A in if A rlinreiir, Uac«l mjccr-M fully by millions /or over SO )-r;irs. WhifeofLtn otherwise rs inert, IL'P nnmiing how ninny times Dnnn'n yiv* JmiMO' relief frnm these disro/nf<.rls-tiirln lite IK milt* of kl.lncy Uih f » and filter* flush out wi.sU. Gtt Dcfin'* rilli today I —Courier News Photo . TUBERCULOSIS EXHIBIT—M«. C. O. Redman, executive secretary of the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, has made an exhibit showing (he eight steps In tuberculosis control which has been accepted for showing in the National Tuberculosis Conference. The exhibit follows a,family of four, as shown i by miniature dolls and scenes, through the eight steps—one scene for each step, " hook-cases have tiny little books --- (rom iU nvcr lta nation and from some foreign countries will .sec the exhibit tit the national conference, Mrs. Redman said. Tuberculosis Exhibit Made Here To BeShown at National Meet An exhibit showing the eight steps In tuberculosis control that was made for the last Blythevllle Dis- Irict Fair will be shown at the National Tuberculosis Conference to be held in Cincinnati in May. according to Mrs. C. G- Redman. executive secretary of the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association. t The exhibit Is built on a turn- pie and a family of four is folknv- from the moment they come into contact with the Tuberculosis Association until the association has done its work. Mrs- Redman found a turn-table beinv used by Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet Company and asked them if they would let her use it when they got through with it. They gave her the turn-table and G. J. Gish, who if; in charne of the Gl Training! Program at the Blythevtlle High School, had his class make a collapsible, portable foundation of plywood for the exhibit to rest on. Mrs. C. W. Siler was called on for the little dolls that are the characters In the exhibit. She marie anri dressed them after Mrs. Redman explained the .scenes. Has El^bl Srcnes There are eight of the scenes— each scene showing one of the eight steps In tuberculosis control. The first scene is labeled "Organization" and shows a typical office of a local executive secretary and office secretary. The second .scene shows a boy and girl entering a school room i Tvhere the teacher Is seated at her desk and health posters are on the wall. Thts scene Is the "Education" «ten, . I jji The next sho,ws "Sanitation' 1 and ' { ^bcre each member of 'the family represents some phase of sanitation. The father \a taking ,a bath. The boy Is brushing his teeth. The mother Is using the dust mop on the floor and the girl Is coughing In tissue. "Nutrition" is (he fourth scene and the family 1^ sealed at the dinner table eating a balanced rneal The children tell about, nn educational worker of the Tuberculosis Association comtng to the school •nd telling them they should have A yearly examination by their family physician. "We don't do that. do we Dad?" the boy says, and the parents decide to hav« a complete check-up for the famly the next day. In the "Examination 1 ' .scene, the, father is getting his chest x-rayed and the son Is being patch-tested. The doctor Is suspicions of the father's chest and has him come back the next day for his report. lie wanted to be sure. Sure enough, the father did have tuberculosis in the early stages bs- ^?ore he had developed any of the ^^ymptoms a n d "Hospitali7atinn' shows him in the sanatorium taking bed rest and being examined by a doctor i Rehabilitation Next "Rehabilitation" comes next and the scene shows the father learning how to yo back to work and take care of himself while he is doing it. The last scene, "Co-operatton." shows the grateful mother and wife selling Christmas Seals as a volunteer worker at a 'downtown booth. The exhibit made by Mrs. Redman is "a natural" for lectures and educational exhibits, she explained. It can be turned by hand to brins up .scenes one at a lime as a lecture is given, or it. can be operated by an electric: motor to keep it turning around iti a booth. Everything Is built to scale—even Sarajevo, where the incident that \ triggered World War [ took place, is the capiia! of Bosnia province in Yugoslavia. 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