John Lee Davis accident
Two Die In Wreck At Yarbro Two men died la a violent head- on aulomobile collision north of Blytheville last night. State troopers and sheriff's deputies deputies indentified the victims as Wade Hollenbeck, Steele businessman, businessman, and James Lee Davis, Rt. 3, Blylheville. Their cars met practically head on just south of the viaduct at Yarbro on U.S. 61 about 7:30 p.m. Both were killed immediately, officers s? : d. In Ihe Davis car were two children. Hollenbeck's son was with him. All the children are hospitalized. Officers theorized that Davis could have become confused as he approached the old road into Yarbro where it joins the curve south of the viaduct.