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The Shrkvh'oht Tims Turtnlay. July 5, 1960 3-B DEATHS MRS. MAI DIE MURRAY JACKS0.NV1I.LK. Tex., July 4 (Special i Funeral services for Mrs. Maudie Murray, long-time Jacksonville area resident, were hold Monday at 10 a.m. in Sunset Avenue Baptist Church here with the Rev. T. D. Taylor pfticiating. Burial was in City Cemetery. Mrs. Murray died Saturday in Ncwburn's sanitarium here. Surviving are a son, James W. Tomlinson of Houston; a sister, Mrs. A. L. Woodman of Houston; seven grandchildren and 16 'greatgrandchildren. GARLAND KENNEDY KARMKRVILI.E. July 4 (Special) Funeral services for Garland Kennedy, 45, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Kilpatrick Funeral Home chapel here with the Rev. F. C. Bailey officiating, Burial will be in Taylor Cemetery near Farm-ervi'le. Mr. Kennedy died Sunday in West Monroe. Survivors include four sisters, Mrs. Ernest Tyrney of West Mon roe. Mrs. J. P. Martin of Birminc- 1 ham. Ala.. Mrs. Mike Rrnwn of Monroe and Mrs. Ernest Smith of Oak Ridge. FLOYD P. SWANZY CENTER. Tex., July 4 (Special) Funeral services were held today in the First Christian Church for Floyd P. Swanzy, 74. with the Rev. J. Hardy officiating. Burial was in Shelbyville Cemetery with Masonic services. Mr. Swanzy, a retired mail carrier, died Saturday at his home in Shelbyville after a lengthly illness. Survivors include his widow; five daughters. Mrs. Gene Gilliam of San Antonio, Mrs. Wayland Matthews of Shelbyville, Mrs. Paul Carlisle of Dallas and Mrs. Cecil Victtetoe and Mrs. Jack Pickard of California; two sons, Bill and Jack Swanzy of Houston; four sisters, Mrs. John Alford and Mrs. Alba Alford of Shelbyville. Mrs. W. D. Bain of Brookshire. Tex., and Mrs. C. T. Wilburn of Gladewater; one grandchild and two great grandchildren. mort Holt of Shelbyville; three sons, Allan Scott and Ed and Boser Hendricks, al of Shelbyville; a brother, Jesse Brittain of Center; 18 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. I.ORIS G OS DEN STEPHENS. Ark., July 4 (Special" Funeral services for Loris Gosden, 71. were held today in Stephens Cemetery with the Rev. Virgil Bell and the Rev. I.loyd Evans officiating. Burial was under the direction of Bailey Mortuary. Mr. Gosden died Sunday in a Camden hospital ater a lengthy illness. Survivors include two brothers. Marsh and C. E. Gosden of Stephens. R. S. WHAM TYLER. Tex.. July 4 (Special). Funeral services for R. S. Wham, longtime employe of the Cotton Belt Railway and a Tyler resident for 54 years, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Lloyd James Funeral Home chapel. Burial will be in Tyler Memorial Park cemetery. Mr. Wham, a native of Sparten-burg, SC., and a retired road foreman of engines, died Sunday at his home here. Survivors are his widow; a son, Robert Wham Jr. of Tyler; two daughters. Mrs. Mildred Dabney and Mrs. Marie Rowland of Tyler; a brother, DeWitt Wham of Greenville, S.C.; three sisters, Mrs. G. P. Campbell and Mrs. Laura Ligon of, Greenville, S.C. and Mrs. P. C. Verry ol Edenton. N.C., two grandchildren and three great grandchildren. boro, Jeal Wyatt of Tyler and Thad Wyatt of Pallas; five sisters, Mrs. Faye Spears of San Anlonio, Mrs. I.averne Terrell of Chandler, Mrs. I.011 Davis of Tyler, Mis, Ceraldine Durrelt of Tyler and Mrs. Oleta Finley of Houston. Congolese Troops Fire On Rioters RF.Pl'RLIC of CONGO. July 4 ufi Violence erupted in this new reoublic's Couilhalville province tnnieht when demonstrators be- ' sieged government authorities demanding better living conditions, i A government spokesman said I troops were forced to fire on the ; mob, killing one and wounding several. In Brussels, the Belgian radio quoted official sources as saying 9 were killed and 10 wounded. The radio said three Congolese soldiers and a local official were among the wounded. Coquilhatville province's major city, which bears the same name, is 370 miles southeast of Leopoldville. Conditions in Leopoldville and in most other places in the country appeared to be returning to normal after four days of independence celebrations. Jasper is an impure variety of quartz. It comes in many colors, some with varied stripes. India will make its first show-1 Litton Industries, of California, ing at the I'trecht, Holland, trade j is to have a German plant at Mu-fair this year. ! nich, Bavaria. MRS. ELIZABETH HENDRICKS CENTER, Tex., July 4 (Special) j Funeral services for Mrs. Eliza-j beth Hendricks, 84, were held to-j day in Strong Church with the Rev. j Aaron Gann and the Rev. Lamar Duncan officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery under the direction of Mangum Funeral Home. Mrs. Hendricks died Saturday at her home after a lengthy illness. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Earl Ellington and Mrs. Way- MRS. CLYTIE BARRON HENDERSON, Tex.. 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