MJCKABY FUNERAL his the IN JOPLIN THURSDAY Funeral services for Carl Huckaby. 53 years old. 3 Joplin policeman, will be conducted conducted at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the South Joplin Christian church by the Rev. Edwin Michael., The body \vill be brought here by the Newcomer and Sons funeral home of Kan-| sas City and will lie in .-tate Civil War. a j n GpnPra , hosp i t al at | g ' r j y following a heart at- after hi? charac- L " xvnrk ^^y H" was a named bl Â£ tne f nf Wr5: . Elmer Day. 181" Mr. Huckaby lived most of Â»*e he"?- leading here in 1938. iand was active in the Veterans \ of Foreign Wars. He was a iliceman here several years and also for some time in Illinois. was a construction foreman at Kansas City. Surviving are his widÂ«w. Mrs. Violet Huckaby: three daughters Huckahy of f the the home. Mrs. Robert Smi'h iRoxana. Til., and Mr*. William i P. Fulton of Indianapoli sons. Walter Huckahy ' land. Calif., and Donald : of the navy at A^" ; three sister*. M"- Â·Florence Can"niÂ«r of c Kan . and Mrs. rbari"- i i Sulsun. Calif : ihrÂ«e bro^ wood and George Huckar-v ^ Kansas City and Roy Everton. Mo.; and children.