Viet Death Toll Takes Nine Texans WASHINGTON (UPI) — Ona of the heaviest Texas casualty tolls of the Viet Nam War was releavd Monday by the Defense Defense Department. Nine Texans were on the list. They were: Army Sgt. James 6. Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Judson D. Hughes, Overton. Spec. 4 Edward G. Blaekmon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Blaekmon, Austin. Spec. 4 Kent P. Furphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Foster L. Fur» p hy, 1214 South Kentucky St. AmariUo. pfc. Henry A. Garza, husband O f Mrs. Con^uelo Garza, 2310 West Kings Highway, San Aners tonio. Pfc. Jackie B. Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joo B. Hall, Abilene. i Lance Cpl. John W. Medlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Med,» lin, 6413 Edgemoore, Houston. Marine 2nd Lt. Marion L. Kempner, son of Mr. and Mrs, Harris L. Kempner, Galvestoai Army £pec. 4 RodoUo, G. Gon» , zalez, son of Mr. and, Mrs, Cruz Gonzalez, J.8QB San Eduardo, Laredo. Marine Cp:. Roger T. Ma?* . „-, ,. -.,5.,™ Nytt,j5on_ of^Mr. _and Mrs; 'Ar, | thur S. MacNutt Sr., 1699§ pry I Pine, Houston.