officials factory, Â·1,0(10 Sam objective slocks and construction connecting front store the ne\\ areas dwelling escaped damage. FUNERAL OF MISS SANKSTONE AT THREE TODAY Memphian Died at Home of Her Sister in Hollandale Miss Frances Siinkstouc, of Memphis, died al the home of her sister, Miss Cnmillc Snnksslonc, Hollundnle, Saturday afternoon at o'clock. She had been in ill health for six months. Horn in Arcola, 'she lived much of her life in Washington county. About 15 years nRo she went to Memphis to make her home. She leaves'five sisters, Miss Cu- plishing the desired aim n n d - t h n t daughter, played by J. C. Walters. Percivilius, also in love with t l i % Sultan's favorite daughter, played by Roy Shepherd. Â· Alfred Postlewnitc, our hero strong, handsome traveling salesman salesman from the United States, play- , cd by "Pop" Unckett. ; Alonzo, slave in the Sultan!: court, played by Wayne Steen. ' Annabella, the Sultan's favorite daughter, played by Caroline Simon. Simon. mille Sankstone and Miss Genev; Sankstone, Hollandalc; Miss Man de Sankstone, Memphis; Mrs. I U Hubenstein, Waukcgan, Illinois: and Mrs. B. T. Fcltmon, Chicago. . Funeral services, conducted bv Rabbi S. A. Rabinowitz, will !Â·Â· held from the family home in Hull nndalc this afternoon at 3 o'cloilt.- Burial will be in the Jewish Cemetery Cemetery at 4 o'clock with Wells Fun-', oral Home in charge of arrange-^ 1 ments.