The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 10, 1946
Page 3
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TUKSDAY, DRCBimER 10, IMG Six on Joy Ride Die in Accident Two Others Injured In Head-on Collision Near Corinth, Miss. CORINTH, Miss., Dec. 10. (OPI— th|ii;'"Ell'ndI Six persons were killed anil two i Poitmastc BLYTIIEV^LE (ARK.) COUKIRU NKWS Early Mailing Of Christmas' Parcels Urged The necessity for eai'.y Dialling of Christinas cards anil Dai-Rages is ir.ojT imperative iliis year than ever before, Postmaster Ross Slcv- ••••'. "«•""'""'"' is ucuig cumiui'i- !iis s:aid lodi-y. us lie advised Unit i c llll ' oll uliuiit the country lo com- [ court, tourist court or spnco I'l'nleit in an auto or trailer cump lu Mississippi Couniy are required to tile sur.plemeniiil registration suite- j infills fur their establishments bo- fore December 31, 19-40. Chester A. Cunningham, area rent director.' aniioiiiiced today. Mr. CunnliiKliain explained Hint this registration | s being comluct- ens f:aio loni-y. us he advised Unit i : '••• .""i>"«"i <."<-• couniry 10 coin- holiday mailings for distant points' l>ly w ' 11 ' " lu'ovhlon of the l>rk'i> be deposited imini>i!iai<>]y and lo- Collll :ol Extension Act of 1940. cat mailings be marie not later i,,i ,' . .'. •• —- — .',"1 * w.ji.iiKiai.t.'r Stevens gave four rea-! njiaied critically late last msM\ sons Miind this year's iipueiil tromj ie,i an automobile crashed head-I th e Post Office for eurlv Christmas' «n with a National Trailways 'ous m ,,jij, H , Firsl ,, o , )(imt ;, (1 uul th j s I |':i : Higluvay 45 norlli of here. Um .j e (ht , lirsl ..,,.,,. , )ra: .;. tlmc | I lie dead were identified as Mr.! holiday sea-son in fiv^ ye-irs and I and Mrs. Oclus Scott, both 19. of j despite shortages «jl| be" one of! .Mon-plns. Tenn.. Sylvester Rhondes,' the )-usiest 1». Howard Nathaniel Ooff, 19. Le-1 second.' with the reltiru of mil-1 man Austin. 19. and J. D. Hcarn, Iions of servicemen to civilian life, 1 19. all of Corinth. | the restrictions on the number j Critically injured were Mrs. Helen . md tvpe o , Jtellls th . u lh( ,,. volM \ . Rhoades. 19-year-^.d wife ol while in , m | form . --. se we n , morm avp and Mrs. Howard N. Goff.l lifted coiisequeutly. the now •• limited variety of gifts that had un- can married be sent to these men will add to :.rjoul two weeks and the Rhcadcs | the Post Office's holiday mulling only a few days. All of tiie dead and critically injured were occupants of the car. There were no serious injuries iiinonu Ihe bus passengers. The young couples were said to have been "just out riding 1 ' when the accidenl occurred. The bus had jusi left here and was en route to SI. l^yuis when it crashed into Ihe car. Hennon Rohinson, Henderson. Tenn.. driver ol the uus. said lie saw the car oti the Wrong side of the road. "Realizing I had to_ dodge the oncoming car to avoid a'crash. burden. Third, fiifts nnd prceting cards wiU b^ more widely exchanged tliis year because of Ihe increased uc- ciuainiances and friendsliica made during the war yeais. Poiirlh. the recent coal strike and resultant rail embargo has set back movements of mc-U and |n:k- iges dtu'inK the past tv;o weeks. the I cut lo the left, and siunc time the car also swerved bark lo that side. We hit headon." Patrolman Clyde Burns, who investigated the accident, described the car fis a total wreck, "Nothing left but the rear wheels." No arrests were made Pending outcome of the investigation. Hotels, Tourists Courfy Musi File New Rcoort Ali landlords operaUnit a hotel, rooming or boarding house, molar IF YOU NEED— Walk In Boxes Dry Copiers Ice Cream Boxes or Any Heavy Refrigerator for IimnriUatc Delivery CALL Steclc 17F22 DIXIELAND SERVICE EI.I.IS rooI.E, Owner & Mur. llUhwny Cl North al HOLLAND, MO. Officers Seek To Identify Man's Skeleton FORT SMITH, Ark.. Dec. 10. (UP) —Police in Vian and Sallisaw, Okla.. just across the line from Ft. Smith, today were continuing their investigation of a skeleton found just off Highway 04 between the two Oklahoma cities yesterday. Seqnoyuh County Sheriff Henry Jones said that the skeleton was iliat of a man, believed to be about 40 years old. and that he had apparently been dead for at least two mouths. Tattered clothing near the bones indicated lie had been well-dressed. An empty bill-fold produced the barelv legible name, "Job G. Lu- yfille." apid a tie lying nearby had a label, "Men's Store, Stix, Baer and resile." Sequoyali County, Okia.. County Attorney R. o. Ingle stated he haii not determined wh %her or not the man's death was a result of foul play. Read Courier News Want Ads. 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