Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 4, 1950 · Page 15
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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 4, 1950
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WWMI8SDAY, JANUARY 4,1»SO <h~.i_ rr .— ALTON tVKNtNO TELEGRAPH rule of speed was M> fUtt. TEL JAMS ami • MMS IfcNWT MJMIL Shown 1:35, 3:35, 5:30, 7:25, 9:» Extra! Goofy Gymnastics! UNA at Kane Installs Officers » Helen Kirby Assumes Post Of Oracle KANE, Jan. 4 (Special)— At the Royal Neighbors meeting, Monday night, at the home of Mrs. Fred Mowrey, officers for 1950 were Installed. The Installing officer was Mrs. Ralph Llnder. Installed were Helen Klrby, oracle; Lizzie Darr, past oracle; Harda Mourey, vice oracle; Bessie Freeh, secretary; Ramona Reynolds, marshal; Odessa Plummer, assistant marshal; Zona Linn, chancellor; Charlotte Llnder, musician; Gertie Richards, flag bear, er; Nell Brown, manager; and Addle' Hudson, Inner sentinel, Following the Installation, pinochle was played and prizes were given to Mrs. H. F t Freeh and Mrs. Tom Hudson. Refreshments were served. Enter* Hospital KANE — Duard Dixon entered .Macoupin Hospital, Carlinville, the past week for observation and treatment. Entertain* at New Year'* Party KANE — Mr. and Mrs. Harry Prough entertained Saturday with a New Year's party. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Reno, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ghlor, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ozbun, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mitchell, MT. and Mrs. Ivan Shackelford, Miss Emma Grace Turpening, and Mrs. Leslie Tucker. Entertain* with Supper KANE — Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Darr and son, Wayne, and Mrs. William Darr were supper guests - Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Relf, Eldred. Returns to College KANE— Kenneth Crotchett returned today to Normal to resume hit studies at Illinois State Normal University after spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Crotchett. Attcndt Party at White Hall KANE— Mr. and Mrs. Harry De- Shasier and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Calvey, McLeansboro, attended a New Year's party Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Cox, White Hall. Entertains with New Year's Party KANE— Mr. and Mrs. William Harmon entertained /• Saturday night with a watch party. Guests were Lloyd Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Woolsey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brueggeman, Old Kane;. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Carrico, Bethany; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hutchens, Mrs. George Ren,o, the" Rev. and Mrs. Smith, Ed Weller and family and Miss Helen Neel. Attend* Party at Carrollton KANE — The Misses Louise and Vesta Cory attended a party Monday night at the home of Mrs. James Day, Carrollton. Kane Notes KANE — Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Painter, Bethalto, were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Jake White. Donald Ashlock and family, Peoria, were guests over the weekend of relatives. Burl Crawford and family were guests New Year's day of Mrs. Crawford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Winters, Carrollton. George Cory and family, Thomas Shafer, Donald Cory and wife and daughter, Betty, were New Year's dinner guests of Mrs. John Cummings of Jerseyville. f" 1 I East Alton Firemen Answer 13 Calls . EAST ALTON, Jan. 4 — Fire Chief Frank Keasler reported fire runs made by the department during December totaled one less than the previous month. Fire loss during December was somewhat higher than the two previous months, Keasler stated, especially in two residential fires. Thirteen runs were made by the department, two to business places, five to residential fires, and •ix miscellaneous. Fire Group* to Meet EAST ALTON — The Firemen's Auxiliary will meet Friday at 7:30 p. m. in the Council Rooms at the Village Hall. The firemen will also meet that evening at 7:30 p. m. The firemen will meet at the fire department and William Whiteside, president, will be in charge of the meeting. Mn. Cecil McCown is president of the Auxiliary and will conduct itt meeting. Return* to Alabama EAST ALTON — William Buckler Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Buckler, 216 Bond avenue, left Friday to return to his studies at the University of Alabama. Buckler went by way of Birmingham, where he spent the New Year's holidays with a fraternity brother and attended a formal dance given by their fraternity, Delta Tau Delta, at the Birmingham Country Club. Receive Word of Birth EAST ALTON — Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Blalne ar., 155 Shamrock, received word Saturday afternoon of the birth of a son to their ion and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Blaine jr., Rolla, Mo. The baby, the first child of Mr. and Mrs. Blaine, was born Saturday at 2:02 p. m., at Waynesvllle, Mo., and has been named Kevin Floyd. Mrs. Blaine is the former Miss Betty Smith of Shawneetown. Blaine is a student at Missouri School of Mines. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Blaine w., went to Rolla, Sunday, to make the acquaintance of their new grandchild, Sharon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blaine. New Year's Eve Parlies CAST ALTON — Mr. and Mrs. William* Buckler, 316 Bond ave East Altonians Work On Indian Creek Levee EAST ALTON, Jan. 4.-Sev* eral members of the East AN ton Emergency Corps and Boy Scout Troop 13 were called out to work on the Indian Creek levy* near Wanda. Boy Scouts worked with sand bags from 7:30 to 10:30 p. m. and the Emergency Corps worked until 1:30 a. m., when waters in Indian Creek subsided past the danger point. Women Meet At East Alton EAST ALTON, Jan. 4.—William Vahle, Alton, discussed the Red Cross blood bank before members of the Junior Woman's Club, Tuesday evening, at the Community Building. Vahle stressed the need of donors, stating the blood, when secured from the bnnk, was free to persons needing blood. The program was arranged by Mrs. Robert Morrison. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting by candle light, necessarily, because of the power failure in this community, Tuesday evening. Hostesses included Mrs. Lorell Hicks, Mrs. Robert Morrison, Clinton Root, and Mrs. Vernon Fisher. Braziers Entertain EAST ALTON.—Mayor and Mrs. Otto F. Brazier, 209 McCasland, entertained the Rev. nnd Mrs. Carl Hearn and daughter, Marsha, Greenville, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nolan, Jr., 200 North Wood River avenue, with n dinner Friday evening at their home. The Rev. Hearn was formerly pastor of the First Methodist Church here. Mayor and Mrs. Otto Brazier entertained with a family dinner earlier in the week and guests on that occasion included Mrs. Brazier's grandmother, Mrs. Mary Mayme, Miss Leona Mayme, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burton, Bunker Hill, and Mrs. Brazier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bauer, 307 West St. Louis avenue, and the Misses Pat and Charlene Owen. Return from Los Angeles EAST ALTON.—Mrs. R.' C. McKenney and daughter, Miss Marlene McKenney, 108 North Wood River avenue, and Mrs. McKenney's mother, Mrs. Margaret Witt- le"r, St. Louis, have returned from Los Angeles where they have been visiting since Dec. 2 with friends. The party returned from California by plane in time for Marlene to resume her studies'at Washington University, St. Louis, Tuesday. Burkes Entertain EAST ALTON. — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burke, 601 Monroe, entertained recently with a dinner at their home. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Seller, and-daughter, Carolyn, and son, Barry, of the Fosterburg- Godfrey road, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Elledge and daughter, Marsha, Wood River, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burk and Betty and Janet Elledge. The dinner was in observance of the fourteenth wedding aniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Seller and the birthday of Frank Burk. Post-Christmas Party EAST ALTON.—The Jolly Eight Bunco Club was entertained with a post-Christmas party, Friday evening, at the home of a member, Mrs. Mildred Shetley, Fifth street. The party was held for past members of the club, including Mrs. Troy Freeman', Mrs. Joe Brown, Mrs. Robert Beachum, Mrs. John Egelhoff, Hrs. George Blackstone, Mrs. Walter Haas, and Mrs. B. Hotiuz. Regular members of the club who attended the party were Mrs. Roy Ballard, Mrs. Ray Bridgewater, Mrs. Raymond Bourland, Mrs. Al Beckwith, Mrs. Robert Harris, Mrs. Sam Shetley, Mrs. Roy Cannon, and Mrs. Shetley. The party featured a pot luck dinner at 7 o'clock and was followed by a gift exchange. Games provided entertainment and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Beckwith, Mrs. Ballard, and Mrs. Egelhoff. Mrs. Shetley was assisted in serving by Mrs. Cannon. Called to Havana 1 EAST ALTON.—Mrs. Ruth Morrison, 236 Lincoln avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. Tricey Hensley, 141 Virginia, were called to Havana, Tuesday, by the critical illness of Mrs. Morrison's and Hensley's sister, Year's eve party at their home. Guests were Dr. and Mrs. L. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Heady, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Dunn, and Mr. and Mrs, J. Laird, all of Edwardsville. Games provided entertainment. A midnight buffet supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. William Bacheldor jr., 214 North Wood River avenue, entertained friends at their home New Year's eve. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Lynch entertained friends and college students home for the holidays at their home, 509 Oak drive, New Year's eve. A midnight buffet supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Roller, 226 Bowman avenue, entertained friends with a 6:30 o'clock dinner New Year's eve. with LAST TIME TONIGHT "WHITE HEAT"—9:09—plus -YOU ARE MY EVERYTHING' 7:35 THURS., 1 FRI., SAT. Esther • William*—Ked Skeltoii "NEPTUNE'S OAUBHTEII" In Color—Shown at 8:81. KonaM fewgaa, Virginia Mayo "THE ami PROM JONES KAON" Shown at 7:35. •ELECTED 8HOKT8. Mrs. Muntdr stephann. Other relatives here had not re* celved word as to her condition early today. test Alton Note* EAST ALTON. — Richard Cannon, 467 Wood River avenue, has gone to Detroit, Mich., where he will accept employment In a busl- •ness operated by his brothers, Charles, Joe and Clifford Cannon. These men are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cannon, 467. Wood River avenue. ' Mrs. Bernice Jackson and daughter, Mary Edna, accopanied Mrs. Jackson's father, Lawrence H. Hale and Mrs. Hale to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hale were recently married and are spending the next two months in Florida. Mrs. Jack son and daughter will return In a few day*. Roxana Legion Auxiliary to Meet ROXANA, .Tan. 4 — The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday at 8 p.m. in the council room of the Community Building for its business meeting and social hour. Church Meeting Tonight ROXANA — The Ladies' department of the Reorganized Church of-Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints, will meet today at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. William Hambleton on West Third street. Devotlonals will be in charge of Mrs. Floyd Bunt and the instructor will be Mrs. Glen O'Dell. MiMionnry Meeting ROXANA — Thet. Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church will meet at 10 a.m. Thursday at the church for its monthly work day meeting and a potluck dinner will be served at noon. Announce lirth ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kravanek of Maple avenue are announcing the birth of a daughter at 1:55 p.m. Monday in Wood River Township Hospital. The baby weighed six pounds and has been named Crystal Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Kfavanek have two other children, a son, Alois, 7, and a daughter, Gloria Beth, 4. Mrs. Kravanek .is the former Miss Helen Suit, Alton. Choir to Meet ROXANA — The Girl's choir of the First Baptist Church will meet at 6 p.m., Thursday, at the church for rehearsal. Entertains at I'arty ROXANA — Miss Jill Titsworth entertained with a New Year's eve party at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Titsworth on East Second street. Music and games provided the entertainment. Refreshments were served by Mrs, Titsworth, assisted by Jill. * Guests were Shirley Fleming, Joan Walker, Carol Wilson, Ruth Gail Reichert, Joy Witt, Norma Morris, Alice JfcKenzie, Jim Williams, Jim Loyd, .Gary Robinson, Doris Frenz, Russell Dillow, Bobby Hunter, Bill Rushing, and Billy Turnbeaugh. Annual Business Meeting ROXANA — The midweek service will be held at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, at the First Baptist Church, followed by the annual business meeting. Various reports will be given in addition to electing teachers and officers for the coming year. Breaks Arm ROXANA — Mrs. Eleanor Longman,, wife of Kenneth Longman, of Central avenue fractured her right arm Saturday afternoon when she slipped on mud on the sidewalk near her home. She was given emergency treatment at Wood River Township Hospital after application of a cast. Returns to School ROXANA — Donald Phelps, son of Mr. and Mrs. Omar Phelps of Maple avenue returned to school in Jacksonville Tuesday after spending the holidays with his parents. Card Party Canceled ROXANA — The card party scheduled for tonight at the Brushy Grove School sponsored by the school's Parent-Teacher Association, has been canceled this month due to weather conditions. The Brushy Grove School was closed today as there is a foot and a half of water and ice on the highway in front of the school. Communists on Hunger Strike CALCUTTA, India, Jan. 4. UP)— Nearly 500 Communist prisoners are on a hunger strike in various prisons here, officials announced today. Their demands: That the prisoners have a say in the appointment of their jailers, and that the jailers get a pay raise. House of Hits RIT ENDS TONITE ICOBKBT MONTGOMERY ANN BLVTH "Onoi Mw, My Darlinf" i:80. FRANCHOT TONE JEAN WALLACE "JIGSAW" 7:00—10:00. THURSDAY S Days if QLENN FORD * * EVELYN KEYES * m SOFT TOUCH* ROY CALIFORNIA STARS" Explosion* Storm Produce Mix*np9 At South Roxatut SOUTH ROXANA, Jan. 4 — The Hnnfelder Insurance Agency on Illinois avenue was busy Tuesday morning making adjustments In the area due to the trailer-truck explosion Monday afternoon. An adjustor for the company was ready to leave the Hnnfelder office when the tornado struck. On leaving, his automobile was struck by a lumber truck belonging to Tillmnn Barton of Melrose avenue, Before all this was cleared up, a report came in that the Barton home was damaged by the tornado and the same adjust or is to take care of., the damage claims to the house. Party at Ernst Home SOUTH ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Envin Ernst of Missouri avenue entertained several couples At a party New Year's Eve. Dancing provided diversion and refreshments were served by the hostess. „ Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jurgevlch, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Steed, Mr. and Mrs, Dean Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. William Haywnrd, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Kreib, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neimann, and Mr. and Mrs. Virlin Virgin. Burn Damaged SOUTH ROXANA — The barn at the fnrm home of Frank Hanfelder on Cnnnl road was damaged during the tornado which struck thnt area Tuesday. Weekend liui-sts SOUTH ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. John Binney and daughter, Miss Shirley, of Missouri avenue had as weekend guests, Everett Rudebusch, Sioux Falls, S. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heim, Wood River. Monday Visitor* SOUTH ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gebeleln and children of Missouri avenue, had as guests Monday, Mrs. Gebelein's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kuelper, Labadie, Mo.; her brother, John C. Kuelper, Hammond, Ind.; her sister nnd fiance Miss Ruth Kuelper and Ernst Shultz, Labadie. South Roxnna Notes SOUTH ROXANA —-Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hanfelder, Canal road, Miss Helen Hanfelder, Illinois avenue, and Charles Fitzgerald, Wood River, were guests recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Waggoner in Yoder sub-division. Mr. and Mrs. Max Willis and daughter Judy Kay, Sinclair avenue, had as guests the past few days, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Carle and daughter Shirley and Mr. and Mrs. William Strett, Vincennes, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Brim and daughter Barbara of the Biltmore Apartments Hotel have returned from Missouri after visiting Brim's mother. Miss Lottie Gasho, Dupo, spent several days visiting her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Hanfelder and family of Illinois avenue before going to Meadows to visit her mother, Mrs. Maria Gasho. She stopped on her return to Dupo to'visit here. Miss Gasho is an Instructor at Dupo High School. Hartford Water Executive Undergoes Operation HARTFORD, Jan. 4. (Special). —Ira Kirkpatrick, superintendent of the Hartford Water Department, and Hartford coal dealer, is a patient in Alton Memorial Hospital following an emergency operation Tuesday at 9 p. m. Kirkpatrick became ill Tuesday morning while helping in the storm area and returned to his home. Later he consulted a physician, who recommended immediate hospitalization. Relatives today reported that Kirkpatrick came through the operation successfully. Gibraltar is a corrupt form of "Gebel-el-Tarik," the Hill of Tarik, famous Saracen leader, Power Failure Strands Two Inside Elevator EDWARDSVILLE, Jan. 4.— A power failure at 11:10 a. m., .Tuesday, stalled a courthouse elevator between the second and third floors with two occupants, Probate Judge Anthony Daly and Dorothy Fink, deputy county clerk. After 10 minutes, the occupants were released, Resume Hartford Teen Meetings HARTFORD, .Tan. 4. — Teen- ftjre meetings, held every other Thursday evening at the Civic League building, will be resumed Thursday from 7:30 to 10 p. m. 'Boys and girls of the village from 12 to 1' may attend. • Auxiliary Meeting | HARTFORD. — Members of the I Auxiliary of the Civic League held I their regular monthly meeting, j Monday night, in the League building with the president, Mrs. Ruth Backensto in charge of the meeting. Eleven members wore present. After the business, games were played and refreshments served. Entertains Friends HARTFORD. — Mr. and Mrs. Howard Backensto, South Delmsr, entertained a group of friends nt their home New Year's eve. During the evening, the couples played games and the hostess served refreshments. Attending the party were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gwin, Mr. nnd Mrs. Klmer Fry, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Gilleiand, Mr. and Mrs. Jess drover, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dugan, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Crabtree, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sparks. Hnrtford Note* HARTFORD. — Mrs. Homer Sumner and four sons from Melbourne, Ky., visited With her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Sumner, of Community Park, over the weekend. Mrs. Sumner also visited with her sister in Alton. The Rev. and Mrs. Curtis Marshall visited the Rev. Marshall's father and wife, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Marshall, Salem, Mo., during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Sparks and family visited with Mrs. Sparks' aunt, Mrs, Steve Lovas, and family of Springfield, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. August Rahn and family of East Second street have returned home from Florida, after spending the holidays with Mrs. Rahn's sister, Mrs. John Gcrson. Ooon open | p m LAST TIMES TOHIQHT Gregory Avtt Melvyn Peck Gardner Uougla* "THE GREAT SINNER" Shown at 8:36, 19 Great Musical Stan "Makt Bilim BillrM*" Shown at 7:00—10:26. THURSDAY MOTHER WORE TIGMTS •sf 0 ,. WctsT* CUMMINS MATURE EtM BARRYMORE MOSS Godfrey Blood Program Set For Monday Wood River City Officials in'Dark* On Sewer Issue WOOD RIVER, Jan. 4—Things looked pretty black for Wood River's sewer, Tuesday night. In fact, city officials were really "in the dark" on the whole sewer When it. came time to call a vote on entering an agreement, with Stifel, Nicolaus & Co.— for the firm to complete financing plans —the lights at City Hall went off. Mayor William Stoneham, who had come to Council meeting after working on Indian creek levee,, still had his flashlight—and threw a little light on the subject. The dark became dim, and the prospect of a sewer election by March, very bright. City Clerk Emmet Howard called .the roll while Mayor Stoneham maneuvered the battery beam. The vote clicked seven to one in favor of the agreement — but the lights didn't click on until 10 p. m., an hour after Council meeting was adjourned. U. S. Envoy to Make 2nd Trip In Soviet Union MOSCOW, Jan. 4* «»)—U. S. Ambassador Alan G. Kirk plans to make his second trip 1 in the Soviet Union this weefe. Accompanied by Mrs. Kirk, the ambassador plans to go to Leningrad to see various tourist.attrac- tions. They expect to return to Moscow next week. GODFREY, Jan. 4 — Mpnlicello College nnd the Fellowship o.f Godfrey Congregational Church are jointly sponsoring; a Red Cross Blood Bank Monday, a.Tn. 9, from 12 lo G p. m. Mrs. C. A. Nicolet, chairman of the committee making arrangements for the bloodmoblle's visit, said today the headquarters would be set up in the church's basement. Kvery effort is being made to make personal solicitation of blood ronors for the event, but. %-olun- teers would be accepted. The sponsors' alms Is 100 pints of blood. Working with Mr*. Nicolet Is a committee composed of Mrs. Henry Hnlley, Mrs. Henry Sedgwlck, Mrs. Lawrence Graves, Olennon Jackson, Mr, nnd Mrs. K. A. Dorison, Herbert Woodbury, Mrs. Marvin Boll, Miss Vivian Drury, William Wright, Mrs. Everett Johnlsee, Robert Copley, Milton Brecht, Lloyd Carson, Phil Poady, and Kenneth Dickerson. Five Applicants For Jersey Post Board to Name Supervisor Of Assessments JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 4 (Special) The applications of five candidates for the post of supervisor of assessments of Jersey County have been filed with the board of supervisors. They were approved at a meeting of the board, Tuesday, and will be sent to the Illinois department of revenue for approval or rejection. The findings of the state department will be returned to the local board of supervisors which will make the final selection. The applicants are Emmett L. Murphy, Elsnh, former member of tjje Reconstruction Finance Corporation, who was engaged in the profession of metal broker for himself in Chicago and with C. S. French & Co., Inc., in New York previously; Charles H. Schlansker, Fieldon, former sheriff of Jersey County, former teacher, now a farmer and saw mill operator; William A. Steelman, Jerseyville, salesman, former proprietor of grocery, office worker for Western Cartridge Co., and post office employe; G. L. Glassbrenner, insurance salesman, former grocer- man, real estate man, and farmer, and Richard J. Coleman, Fidelity, painter and farmer, former township tax collector and flour mill employe. The application of Leslie Shines, supervisor of Fidelity township, had formerly been certified to the state department, but due to his position as a member of the board of supervisors, notification was given by the department that he was not eligible for the position. It also stated that any person holding a public office of this nature even though he should resign from his present position, as he was elected for a certain period of time. The mourning dove is the only game bird that breeds In every state of the Union. — TONITE — 155 E. Ferguson • Wood River $ Bnrbum i STANWYCK : Rob«i PRESTON, M.NALLY Shown 8:46 Only - ALSO Columbia Joe E. Brown — . Marguerite Chapman "THE DARING YOUNG MAN" Shown 7:2* Only THURSDAY - 8 Days George Reeves • Ralph B.vrtl "THUNDER IN THE PINES" Shown 7:35. ALSO Anna Neagle • Michael Wilding THEY MET AT MIDNIGHT" Shown 8:50. AND Cartoon • brill Pit* Smith Short - AND — GREGORY PECK VALLI IN "THE PARADINE CASE" CARTOON THURSDAY ONLY — AND — 'ZSKSi'mZm in - FLUS- CARTOON Man Injured in . Jersey Accident JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 4 (Special) —A checkup pf motor vehicle accidents In Jersey County during the New Year holiday season revealed only one accident of a serious nature. Listed ns serious was a mishap Involving a car driven by Richard Pivodn of the Alton vicinity, which crashed Into the rear of a truck parked at the side of Route 67 on South State street in Jerseyville. Pivodn was imprisoned In the wreck of his vehicle for more than 30 minutes while police, firemen, and ambulance operators worked to free him. A local physician was called to attend Plvoda while he was in the wreck nnd administered emergency treatment. He was removed to the Alton Memorial Hospital in Jacoby Brothers ambulance. He suffered n compound fracture of the right leg and other injuries. A number of other accidents occurred at various intersections which resulted only in damage of vehicles and slight injuries to occupants of the cars. One charge of reckless driving was filed by state police against « resident of the Grnfton vicinity. The police listed the Grafton car TONIGHT LAST TIMES Shown at 8:25 P.M. Only. John Carroll, Adele Mara "ANGEL IN EXILE" Shown at 7:00—9:57 P.M. Robert Mitchum, Kim Hunter "BETRAYED" THURSDAY FRIDAY - SATURDAY Shown at 8:40 P.M. Only. NOtNINO Mil IUU n NOTHING YMI MR PLUS 2NJ FEATURE Shown at 7:20 P.M. Only. rim i ACROSS . 'jJKSTREn WWNf MuMS' MB ™R' ww* R^ll Mo TILL 8 RINCE5 TODAY ft THURS. 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