natural tip. mass. Japanese on the a t t l e zone, f o u g h t buck Sixth pushed s o u t h w a r d captured i n t o position the First l\ln- the Marine village of Estes Child Dies Two Hours After Hit by Truck Cledith Ray Estes. 6, son oC Mr. and Mrs. Archie R. Estes, Hiawatha Street, died at noon yesterday in a local hospital, two hours after he was struck by a truck near the intersection of Ruth Street and Port Avenue. The child was struck by a J. Robinson Truck Lines, Inc., truck d r i v e n by Joe Vargas, 16, M a r g u e r i t e Street. H Pat r o l m a n D. D. Cornelius, investigated t h e completed his accident, had report last not Vargas is being held in the Chil- survived by his dren's S h e K e r . The c h i l d parents; g r a n d p a r e n t Mrs, H. C. Kstes, 2810 R u t h a m a t e r n a l grandmother, Edda Smith of Beech Grove, Ark., and a sister, Shirley Jean Estes. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at Maxwell P. Dunne Funeral Home last night.