McIntosh County Democrat, Checotak Oklahoma Nov. 14, 1940

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McIntosh County Democrat, Checotak Oklahoma Nov. 14, 1940 - the the attaining can M. Blair Seriously...
the the attaining can M. Blair Seriously Injured In Collision to war Cross $20,000,000 operations ship war M. Blair pioneer Checotah ' dent, was seriously injured resi- and several members of his family were injured about 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon when the Blair car crashed headon into a machine driven by Pike Reynolds, Methodist preacher at Vian and Gore eight miles west of Checotah near the intersection on the Council Hill road. Blair was thrown through ,the windshied of his car and suffered a broken leg and other injuries. Re was taken to a Muskogee hospital for treatment.. Mrs, M. Blair,, to­ other with- her ;ion Houston .-.and I his wife ai\d baby were also riding Call (in the car. Houston received seri- the organizations operations. not enable its relief, but hang finally •»un, registered exposure and sections. The delayed expected scale weather. Gas this doing residents cold Mrs. ous lacerations on the eye and head. Other members of tho family suffered from shock and bruises. The identity of the driver of the other car was not ascertained, but he was believed to be Pike Reynolds, since a letter addressed to the pastor was found la the car. It is thought that he was taken to a Henryetta hospital by a motorist. The cause of tho accident has not been learned, but it was said that Draft this selective 200 induction passing noal "d P. board. It is Blair's car which was moving south I more on the Council Hill road had, t!, ° swerved toward the middle of the. for road and hit headon into the machine approaching from the opposite direction-. Both cars were badly damaged. o 19. be known quota for

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  1. The McIntosh County Democrat,
  2. 14 Nov 1940, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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