Ernestine and baby Bill in MVA. 1946
Rev. Bush Reports Daughter Recovering From Auto Injuries - Mrs. Keith Hayes, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. W. E Bush i n t this city, had the assurance T h a t specialists today that she com _ m i t sal- not lose her right eye as was hous- feared when she, her husband a Christmas. I infant son were involved jn an automobile collision shortly before 1 6 en hospital, Corbondale, and several lacerations abqul the face The accident occurred on route Â», TI Â· . r-r u iships for the Mrs. Hayes is a patient in Hold- , .the extent that the ODT had which mav Iea\e scars, and sibly a broken nose, Rev Bush today . iPÂ° rt - s fram Kov - 1 to DÂ«- 31. a 37 on (he outskirts of Christopher The (amily was en route to Green- holiday visit w ith Mrs. I Hayes' sister, and planned later visit her brother at Mattoon. a Hajes, who was not mjmen, n g tovard S esscr when lie Citizens is Sllw a cal . appioaching from the'.Sciences on the wrong a joint national comentioa of the road . He saici an em-'today to his turning, national oigamzation and'presidential election. waitei The OLhei car| he iaid . The new gram of the successor oiganizalion ^^ ^ ^^ windshield by the impact Lynn, their four-month-old was thrown fiom his crib, placed in the back seat of the automo- vet- ., le enu-' limit' blle bul 5U ff ered the be ! juries no serious in- Joe Kite of Mt. Veinon, drnei of the other cai, was released from jail after paving a $300 and costs for diunken driving an dins dinei's license was revoked. Kite it a sawmill operator at Mt. Vernon.