Clipped From The Daily Independent
THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1940 THE DAltT nSTDiEPENb^'NT, Mrs. Mary Ann Holder Died Wednesday at Home on Logan Street Mrs. Mary Ann Holder, resident of Jackson county for a number of years, died Wednesday afternoon at her home, 400 South Logan stree;. The body will lie at the Carbon-' dale Funeral home from 2:30 p. in. today "imtil 2:30 p. m. Friday, when Cr. William Cavlton of the Wai- nut Street Baptist church, will con-, duct fiinerai services there. Mrs. Holder was born October 5. 1S52. in North Carolina, and had resided in Carbondale for two years. Survivors are: 'daughters, Mrs. Anna Fiss. Carbondale. and Mrs. Hazel Lipe of Makanda Route Three; son. Arthur Holder, Miami, Fla.; -sister, Mrs. .Alice Daniels. Mounds; 17 grand children, and 7 great- grand children. Fred Hobbs left this morning for St. Loiiis. C. W. Len'tz ""as in St. Louis today. Mrs. Forrest Swofford of Benton visited in Carbondale Wednesday. Newt Blevins of Mario'n Route One, "was admitted Wednesday at. Holden hospital. Bruce Batson of Newport News, Va:,'has left Carbondale following a visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Walker Schwartz and children are visiting' relatives in Mt. Vernon, -Ind. The Rev. R. D. Waldrop, has left for Norfolk, Va., where he will be stationed for U. S. Naval reserve training. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hoffner and children- are vacationing in Colorado. . CONGRESS READY TO VOTE BILLIONS FOR TOTAL DEFENSE Congress was ready today to vote billions more for President Roosevelt's "total" defense pro- gram^b'iit action was deferred until a.fter the 10-day recess for tlie Democratic national convention. Immediate interest in the president's new request for $4,848,000,000 additional for the army and navy centered around his accompanying pledge that none of the 7 defense expenditures would be used for equipping an American avmy for service in Europe. Administration sources said the .pledge foreshadowed a strong no- foreign-wa'r plank in the 1540 Democratic platform, lio'th to dispell third pa'rty threats by isolationist party members ant! "to minimize in advance. Republican, tit- tempts to call the Democrats a "war party". • SERIAL STORY PEACE-SHrS .: "Upon rirrlvnl Chicago, KJiolla s~oe.s to see fousiii. Bertram!, leiivliis to entcrthih Peace. Tliey so ilie iiiirk nna Denny In worn tryijifj to keen up with the He takes :L ii:il». awakens to Peace hunting Carole liail'x them. lost turtle. CHAPTER V "TT'LO!" They said it is - and both laughed; Carole, he thought, . seemed trifle embarrassed. "You'll I've been following you," she "and I have. Partly to get from that ridiculous King an'd partly for the fresh air. are so tiresome, don't ybu "Where's Joany?" Peace demanded, sitting back oh her "I think she smells ant I'll bet if we hunt u'p the pet store where they sell we'll find her." Ben'iiy gave her a grateful-smile.' "Miss Love is right. Trot for the water bottle and -we'll- see." And when Peace had he added, "What.a good idea.