Part 1- Accident near Saffell Cafe, Commerce,OK 1933

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Part 1- Accident near Saffell Cafe, Commerce,OK 1933 - the of at DEATH OF YOUTH IN CRASH LAID TGI...
the of at DEATH OF YOUTH IN CRASH LAID TGI WAGER Tommy Bear^l9, Receives Broken Neck as Wreck at Commerce Ends Race 'TIE-ROD' GIVES WAY series John Steen, 20, Seriously Injured — Two Others Hurt in Auto Accidents Tommy Bear, 19-year-old full- blood Indian and eldest child of Mrs. Anna Beaver Bear Hallam, wealthy Quapaw, laid a wager with Reuben Sixkiller, another Miami Indian youth, that he could beat Sixkiller to Devil's Promenade from Commerce. The wager cost Bear his life and serious injury to John Steen, 27, another Miami Indian. Indian. The race was reported to have started from in front of Riley Saffell's Saffell's cafe at Commerce at 2:30 o'clock Sunday morning. Five minutes minutes later a car came back to Commerce Commerce carrying Bear's body, his neck broken, and a Mitehelson am- (m

Clipped from Miami Daily News-Record26 Jun 1933, MonPage 1

Miami Daily News-Record (Miami, Oklahoma)26 Jun 1933, MonPage 1
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