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a Los Tyler Morning Telegraph SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1987 Sec. Texas Deaths Mrs. Blackwell Service Sunday PALESTINE, Services for Mrs. Felix (Lura Davis) Blackwell, 73, Palestine, are scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday in Bailey Foster Funeral Home chapel in Palestine with the Rev.

Lynn Parker officiating. Burial will be in New Addition Cemetery, Mrs. Blackwell died Thursday in a Palestine hospital after a long illness. She was born in Palestine April 29, 1914. a daughter of Granville Ward Davis and Maidee Campbell Davis.

She was a member of a pioneer family and before retiring, she was manager of Retail Merchants Association. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Palestine and Ruth Sunday School Class, and a member of William Findley Chapter of Daughters of American Revolution, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Harvey Woman's Club and Altrusa Club. Survivors include her husband, Felix Blackwell, Palestine, and merous nieces and nephews, Bobbie Jayne Hardgrave, Mrs. Mike Kiser, Mrs. Jim Johnson, Mrs.

Joe Ed Johnston, Mrs. Bill Ingram, Mrs. Raleigh McDonald, Mrs. Janice Sims, Cam Davis and Mrs. Tuck Eilenstein; and two sisterslaw.

Pallbearers will be Bob Pryor and nephews: Jimmy Davis, Bill Davis, Don Davis, Jack Davis and Johnny Davis. Visitation will be at the residence, 1208 Crockett Road, Palestine, 729-2009. Mrs. Molandes PALESTINE Mrs. Lottie Molandes, 36, Route 1, Elkhart, died Friday in a Palestine hospital.

Arrangements are under direction of Bailey Foster Funeral Home of Palestine. She was born in San Antonio, Nov. 15, 1950, and was a member of the Roman Catholic Church. She was a daughter of Archie L. and Agnes O'Leary O'Brien.

Survivors include her husband, Wesley Molandes, Elkhart; two daughters, Kelley Molandes, Cayuga, and Susie Molandes, Elkhart; a son, Matt Molandes, Elkhart; her mother, Agnes O'Brien, Fairfield, and two brothers, Archie O'Brien, North Carolina, and John O'Brien, Tennessee. Mrs. Darnell GRAND SALINE Services for Mrs. Dollie Bowen Darnell, 83, Wichita Falls, longtime Grand Sa line resident, are scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday at Sand Flat Baptist Church with the Revs.

Joe Wilbanks and Royce Campbell officiating. Burial will follow at Sand Flat Cemetery under the direction of Bartley Funeral Home. Mrs. Darnell died Wednesday evening in a Wichita Falls nursing home. She was born Nov.

18, 1903, in Purdon. She was a Baptist and a past Worthy Matron of the Eastern Star. She was a school teacher 39 years and lived in Wichita Falls nine years, moving from Grand Saline. Survivors include her husband, Carl Darnell, Wichita Falls; a son, Charles Darnell, Falls; a sister, Ollie Ward, Martinez, and two grandchildren. Pallbearers are David Darnell, Ben Darnell, Barry Blakley, Dean Slider, Alvin Fritz and Boyce Brannon.

J.M. Swindell ALBA Services for James M. Swindell, 60, Alba, are scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday at WilsonBartley Funeral Home in Alba with the Rev. William Potts officiating.

Burial will be in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Mr. Swindell died Thursday in a Shreveport hospital after a lengthy illness. He was born May 1, 1927, in Fort Worth, and lived in Alba 17 years. He was a foreman for Nationwide Auto Parts before starting his own business.

He was a Baptist and a member of Masonic Lodge 1389 in Fort Worth. Survivors include his mother. Esther Swindell, Alba; four daughters, Patricia Crum, Fort Worth, Glenda Najera, Gilmer, Vickie Hass, Golden, and Gay Hayes, Alba; three brothers, Roland Swindell, Boyd, Clyde Swindell Azle, and Tommy Joe Swindell, Irving; nine grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers will be Clyde Swing dell Tommy Joe Swindell, Roland Swindell, Edward Swindell, Orville Swindell and Les Haley. Roy McMillan Jr.

JOINERVILLE Services for Roy McMillan 67, Joinerville, are scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday at Full Gospel Assembly Church in Joinerville with the Rev. B.H. Ed wards officiating. Burial will be in Union Grove Cemetery under the direction of Crawford-A.

Crim Funeral Home of Henderson. Mr. McMillan died Friday morning in Hot Springs, Ark, after F.E. 1 JACKSONVILLE Floyd 60, of the Turney Community near Jacksonville, are pending with Thompson Funeral Home in Jacksonville. Mr.

Loveday died Friday at his residence after a sudden illness. He was born March 27, 1927, in Emory, and lived in Jacksonville 25 years and was formerly of Amarillo. He was owner of Loveday dy and Tobacco and served in U.S. Navy during World War II. Survivors include three sons.

Frank Loveday, U.S. Navy in Japan, and Keith Loveday and Doyce Loveday, both of Amarillo; daughter, Mrs. Jana Cross, Amarillo; his mother. Mrs. Jewell Allee, Amarillo; two brothers, Berl Loveday, Tyler, and W.T.

Allee, Chattanooga, three sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Walls and Mrs. Vera Bennett, both of Amarillo, and Mrs. Claudine Mellinger, Jacksonville; five grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Mrs.

Torbet WHITEHOUSE Services for Mrs. Gertie Bell Torbet, 89, Whitehouse, are scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday at Burks: Walker- Tippit Funeral Home with the Rev. Curtis French officiating. Burial will be in Whitehouse Cemetery.

Mrs. Torbet died Thursday in a Lancaster hospital after a lengthy illness. She was born April 28, 1898, in Hope, Ark. She lived in Whitehouse 52 years and was a housewife. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Whitehouse.

Survivors include one son, George Torbet, Lancaster; two sisters, Lois Davis, Texarkana, and' June Wells, Lott; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Terry Torbet, Bryant Torbet, Wayne Blakeway, Billy Wells, Son Peek and Charles Lee Davis. 'Bennie' Barto ATHENS Services for Benjamin J. "Bennie" Barto, 74, Athens, are scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday in Carroll-Lehr Memorial Chapel in Athens with the Rev.

C.O. Jackson officiating. Graveside services and burial will be at noon Saturday in St. Joseph's Cemetery in Ennis. Mr.

Barto died Thursday in an Athens hospital after a sudden illness. He was born March 20, 1913, in Ennis, where he resided 43 years. He was a resident of Paso Robles, 1956-86, where he was purchasing agent for Ennis Business Forms for 25 years. He retired in 1962 and was a resident of Athens six months. Survivors include his wife, Ola Mae Davis Barto, Athens; five daughters, Anna Catherine Boodee, Woodbridge, Evelyn Dugger, Atlanta, Mary Finley, Farmers Branch, Patricia Robinson, Ennis, and Betty Smith, St.

Paul, three brothers, Charlie S. Barto, Dallas, and John M. Barto and Daniel E. Barto, both of Ennis; and 11 grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Larry J.

Barto, Ricky Barto, Donald Barto, Gary Barto, David Barto and Bernie Barto. J.H. Starr Jr. ATHENS Services for John H. Starr 54, Athens, are scheduled for 2 p.m.

Sunday in First Christian Church in Athens with the Rev. James F. Bond officiating. Burial will be in Oaklawn Memorial Park under direction of CarrollLehr Funeral Home in Athens. Mr.

Starr died Friday, in an Athens hospital after a sudden illness. He was born June 20, 1933, in Henderson County, where he lived all his life. He formerly was owner and operator of Exxon service stain Athens for 20 years. He was equipment operator for Jack Daniel Paving Co. in Canton and was a U.S.

Army veteran. Survivors include his wife, Letsy Starr, Athens; five sons, John Mark, Starr, Joel Matthew Starr and Stephen Daniel Starr, all of Athens, Robin Wayne Starr, Murchison, and David Brian Starr, Willow Springs; two daughters, Terry Ann Martone, Dallas, and Janeth Lea Vanderscott, Houston; his mother, Avinelle Athens; a brother, Jasper William Starr, Canton; two sisters, Teresa Costlow, Dallas, and Mary Shyrock, Garland; and five grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Jack Daniel, Ricky Daniel, Glen Morrow, Doug Williams, A.E. Tucker and Al Watson. T.R.

Jones -HENDERSON Services for Thomas Russell Jones, 74, Henderson, are scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday Funeral Home chapel in Henderson with the Rev. Bill Tisdale, assisted by Dr. Hugh Smith, officiating. Burial will be in Strong Cemetery near Henderson.

Mr. Jones died Friday in a Tyler hospital after a lengthy illness. He was born Dec. 3, 1912, in Rusk County, and was a lifetime resident of Rusk County. He was a member of First Baptist Church in Henderson and Clinton Masonic Lodge No.

23, a past member of American Legion and a World War II veteran. Survivors include his wife, Mildred Jones, Henderson; a son and daughter-in-law, William Russell and Sandra Jones, Henderson; his stepmother, Bess Jones, Henderson; his mother-in-law, Jenny Pri- or, Henderson; a sister, Mrs. Ruby Berry, Henderson; a brother, Jeff Jones, Henderson; sister-in-law, Marie Jones, Henderson; and two grandchildren, Cris and Kemberly Ann Jones, Henderson. Pallbearers will be Ebb Smith. Jim Dudley, Roy Carlisle, Elton Davis, Rade Mullins and Scott Cooper.

Visitation will be 7-8 p.m. Saturday in the funeral home. Mrs. Miller BEN WHEELER Services for Mrs. Beatrice Virgie "Bea' Miller, 92.

Ben Wheeler, are scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday in Eubank Funeral Home chapel in Canton with the Rev. Louie Barron officiating. Burial will be in Oaklawn Memorial Park in Athens. Mrs.

Miller died Thursday in Terrell after a short illness. She was born Jan. 26, 1895, in Stephenson, and was a member of the Baptist church in Ben Wheeler. She was a housewife and spent the latter part of her life in the Ben Wheeler and 1 Athens area. Survivors include two sisters-inlaw, Reba Ledbetter, Canton, and Rosella Ledbetter, Garland; several nieces and nephews; and other relatives.

Pallbearers will be Arnold Butler, Merrell Mc Blain, Sam Shafer, Wellington Cornell, Dean Monathen and R.R. Gibson. C.E. Adams Rites Sunday Services for Charles E. Adams, 48, Tyler, are scheduled for 2 p.m.

Sunday at Green Acres Baptist Church with Dr. Paul W. Powell officiating. C.E. ADAMS Burial will be at Cathedral In The Pines Cemetery under direction of Lloyd James Funeral Home in Tyler.

Mr. Adams died Friday at his residence after a brief illness. He was born Feb. 14, 1939, in Daisetta, and lived in Tyler since 1973. He was in the Air Force 1961- 65.

He was the director of distribution for Brookshire Grocery Co. and graduated from Sabine public schools and Kilgore College. He started with Brookshire's in 1963, part-time employee in Shreveport and transfered to Tyler in He was a store with Brookshire's in Shreveport. was manager. a member of Green Acres Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Janice Adams, Tyler; three sons and a daughter-in-law, Alan and Tina Adams, Winona, and Dennis Adams and Brooks Adams, both of Tyler; four brothers, James Adams, Phillips Ranch, Gene San Antonio, Norman Adams, Austin, and Jerry Adams, Richmond; four sisters, Dora Bryant, Kilgore, Becky Caplinger, Longview, Martha Magovero, Houston, and Joyce Wilkins, Hockley; and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers will be James Hardin, Rick Rayford, Rudolph Francis, Troy Cain, David Hollis and Bruce Wells. Visitation will be p.m. Saturday at the funeral home.

Memorials may be made to American Cancer Society or Hospice of East Texas. Homer McMurrian Rites Saturday Services for Homer McMurrian, are scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturder, in Memorial Funeral Home Chapel West with Dr. Eugene Whitley officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery in Tyler.

Mr. McMurrian died Thursday in a Tyler hospital after a lengthy illness. He was born Jan. 14, 1921, in Nashville, Ark. He was raised in Mount Vernon.

After serving with the Army in the South Pacific in World War II, he made Tyler his home. He was a retired postmaster at Frankston, and after retirement worked for Cole Electronics as a salesman. He was a Christian. Survivors include his wife, Marcia Dunwoody McMurrian, Tyler; two sons, Mark McMurrian, Whitehouse, and Scott McMurrian, Tyler; three daughters, Donna Joyce Rocha and Deborah Lynn Lee, both of Tyler, and Patsy Goodier, Plano; three brothers, Haskell McMurrian, Tyler, Durante McMurrian, Daingerfield, and John Shurtless, Red Oak; two sisters, Pauline Covington, Longview, and Maxine Shurtless, Grand Prairie: and nine grandchildren. Pallbearers include Leon Dudley, Paul Adkins, Tommy Calhoun, Richard Stewart, Ed Rocha and Ishmael Grimes.

Gilmer Man Given Year Sentence GILMER A 37-year-old Gilmer man has been sentenced to nine years in Texas Department of Cor-, rections after pleading guilty to burglary, the assistant Upshur County district attorney said. Danny Joe Knight was sentenced by Visiting Judge David Moore, Longview, after he pleaded guilty to the April 27 burglary of the Glen Leach residence, Assistant District Attorney David Bridges said. Bridges said night a previous five- year prison sentence for a forgery conviction. Get the paper. and Get it all.

Proof Of Iran's Links To Kidnappings Claimed sudden illness. He was born Oct. 1, 1919, in Marshall, and lived most of his life in East Texas. He was a retired employee of Henderson Clay Products, a World War I1 Army veteran and a member of Full Gospel As: sembly Church. Survivors include his wife, Fannie McMillan, Joinerville; one son, Roger McMillan, Joinerville: one daughter, Shirley Sledge, Minden; one brother, J.E.

McMillan, White house; a stepbrother, Paul Quattlander, Omen; one sister, Zelda Woodley, Whitehouse: three stepsisters, LaVerne Nipp, Van, Joy Vickers, Frankston, and Mary Jane Kinnaird, Fort Worth; and three grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Jimmy Ferguson, Billy Ferguson, Perry King, Bobby Womack, Ray Womack and Charles Wilson. The family will receive friends at the funeral home 6-8 p.m. Saturday. Everett Knox PALESTINE Services for Everett Knox, 56, Route 8.

Palestine, are scheduled for 4 p.m. Sunday in Bailey Foster Funeral chapel in Palestine with the Rev. Otis Felton officiating. Burial will be in Fort Houston Cemetery. Mr.

Knox died Thursday in Palestine after a sudden illness. He was born Nov. 19, 1930, in Anderson County, and was the son of Lora Mae Burke Knox and the late Elba C. Knox. For 37 years he was employed in maintenance at Glass Containers Corp.

He was a Methodist. Survivors include his wife, Mary Knox, Palestine; two daughters, Cy Ann Manley and Shawn Starkey, both of Palestine; two sons, Elba Knox, Nacogdoches, 'and Charles Everett Knox, Baytown; his mother, Mrs. Elba C. (Lora Mae) Knox, Palestine; two sisters, Kay Starr, Freeport, and Linna Vaughan, Palestine; and three grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Marcus Turner, Sammy Turner, Jerry Don Turner, Jimmy Turner, David Turner and James Banks.

Mrs. Townley ATHENS Services for Mrs. Lois Aline Townley, 76, Athens, are scheduled for 4 p.m. Saturday in Foster Brown Funeral Home chapel in Athens with the Rev. C.0.

Jackson Jr. and the Rev. Louie Barron officiating. Burial will be in New York Community Cemetery. Mrs.

died Friday in an Athens nursing home after an extended illness. She was born May 21, 1911, in Concord Community north of Chandler, and was an Athens resident 30 years. She was a retired nurse's aide and a member of Central Baptist Church in Athens. Survivors include a son, Glenn Townley, Lafayette, a brother, L.W. Maynard, Fort Worth; two grandchildren, Gary Townley, Crosby, and Terry Townley, Lafayette, three great daughters and a great grandson; and several nieces and nephews.

D.L. Limbaugh NEW SUMMERFIELD Memorial services for David L. Limbaugh, 38, New Summerfield, are scheduled at 3 p.m. Sunday in New Summerfield Church of Christ with O.R. Perkins officiating.

Arrangements are under tion of Thompson Funeral Home Jacksonville. Mr. Limbaugh died Friday in Sand Point, Idaho, from injuries. received in an accidental fall. He was born Sept.

11, 1948, in New Summerfield, and lived most of his life in the area. He served in the U.S. Marines in the Vietnam conflict and was a member of New Summerfield Church of Christ. Survivors include two brothers, Horace G. Limbaugh, Mesquite, and Alvin G.

Limbaugh, Fort Worth; two sisters, Mrs. Gloria Gore, Fountain, and Mrs. Nelda Jacksonville; his grandmother, Mrs. Eula Limbaugh, Jacksonville; and several nieces and nephews. Miss Rucker JACKSONVILLE Graveside services for Miss Cathy Rucker, 39, Chicago, formerly of Jacksonville, are scheduled for 2 p.m.

Sunday in Resthaven Memorial Park in Jacksonville with the Rev. Dr. C.W. Bess officiating. Services are under direction of Thompson Funeral Home in Jacksonville.

Miss Rucker died Thursday morning in an Oak Forest hospital after an extended illness. She was born April 3, 1948, in Dallas, and formerly lived Jacksonville. She lived in Chicago since 1968. attended Jacksonville High School, graduating in 1966. She was a graduate of Chicago School and was affiliated with Art Institute of Chicago nine years and was a member of Central Baptist Church in Jacksonville.

Survivors include her father, Dr. Collier Rucker, Jacksonville; and a sister, John (Suzy) Saint Clair. Angeles. WASHINGTON (API The main opposition group to the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini said Friday it has detailed proof that Iran's intelligence agency orders the kidnappings of Western hostages by Islamic extremists in Lebanon. The disclosure came as Iranian President All Khamenei denied his nation was involved in the June 17 kidnapping of an American journalist in Lebanon, and accused President Reagan of implicating Iran "to achieve his aims in the Persian.

Gulf." He was referring to Reagan's plan to provide U.S. Navy protec. tion to 11 reflagged Kuwaiti oil tankers against Iranian attacks in the Gulf. The Mujahedeen, Arabic for warriors," says the kidnappings in are ordered directly by the 8th Branch of Iran's Infor. mation Ministry.

Although it is called the Information Ministry, parts of the organization in fact serve as the country's intelligence apparatus known as Savama, the Mujahdeen says. The 8th Branch controls the Tehran offices of the fundamentalist Shiite Hezbollah organization, located on Pasdaran Street in the northern part of the city, said an official of the Mujahedeen, who asked not to be named. He said there is no sign on the building to identify the occupants. The information on the office's activities was collected by jahedeen agents inside Iran, the official said. The orders to the kidnappers are relayed verbally from Tehran by couriers who travel to Lebanon.

The Iranians do not use telephone or written messages, to avoid the possibility of detection by Syrian or other agents in Lebanon, said the official. The latest such order resulted in Glass's kidnapping, the Mujahedeen says. The director of the Pasdaran Street office, Haj Hossein Shami, was sent to Lebanon in early June 10-day mission, possibly to arfor a range the Glass abduction, the organization claims. The suspected links between Tehran and the groups claiming to have kidnapped 26 foreigners in Lebanon over the past two years have never been fully proven. Wednesday, NBC television quoted U.S.

officials as saying they have "conclusive evidence" that Glass's abduction was ordered by Iran. The Hezbollah, which means Par: of God. is group of Shiite ty Moslem zealots a. believed to be the for the factions that have claimed responsibility for umbrella group of the abductions. Nine Amermost icans are among those still being held.

U.S. intelligence officials say they carefully scrutinize reports. from the Mujahedeen, which maintains a fighting force in Iraq and launches cross- border raids against Khomeini's forces in western Iran. claims to have killed Mujahedeen and wounded thousands of Iranian troops in its offensives. The officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, say they find Mujahedeen intelligence uneven, containing some valid facts but also distortions for political purposes.

The left-leaning organization has been trying to gain credibility in the United States as a viable alternative to the fundamentalist Khomeini regime but is facing mistrust in the administration, partly because of its past anti-American record in Iran. Moslem sources in Lebanon claim at least two American hostages have been moved from Lebanon to Iran in recent days, but U.S. officials say there are indications the report is false. Iran's Foreign Minister Ali Velayati this week denied the report. Athens School Trustee Cites Knee Problem In Resignation ATHENS School trustee A.R.

Pollard has resigned from his position on the Athens Independent School District board due to knee problems he said "hindered his "I am on the building and grounds committee and I have to do a lot of walking that is not possible with my knee." Pollard said. "I have had surgery on it twice and am making plans to have surgery on it again next Pollard won his Place 6 school board position as a write- candidate after he retired 25 years of teaching and serving as a principal in Athens. "I have gotten to the point where it is hard for me to do it any longer, Pollard said. "I've been look- Mrs. Mosley Rites Saturday Services for Mrs.

Ophelia L. Walton Mosley, 80, Tyler, are scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday at Houston Temple Church of God in Christ with the Rev. W.B. Houston officiating.

Burial will be at Lorance Cemetery under direction of BrooksSterling Funeral Home. Mrs. Mosley died Tuesday in a Tyler nursing home after a long illness. She was born Feb. 12, 1907, in Smith County.

She attended Douglas Elementary School, Tyler high schools and Texas College. She was active in civic and community activities. She was a member of Houston Temple of God in Christ where she was a Sunday School teacher and director of Bible Band. Survivors include her husband, Lemmie B. Mosley, Tyler; three sons, Lemmie Mosley Aurora, and Wendell F.

Mosley and Sedric F. Mosley, both of Tyler; six daughters, Erma M. Johnson and Loretta M. Dewberry, both of Tyler, Shirley J. Johnson, Los Emma L.

Sylva, Houston, Ruby Melva Adams, Ceritos, and Fay Etta Gooden, Kansas City, a sister-in-law, Mrs. Elnora Jackson, Amarillo; 18 grandchildren; and 11 great -grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Enrique L. Dewberry, Richard J. Gooden, James D.

Johnson, Ernest E. Sylva, Riley Johnson Jr. and John R. Johnson. Honorary pallbearers will be grandsons.

bearers will be friends. AROUND TYLER ing at this situation for the last three or four months and the knee is getting worse. It is best that I let someone else take that position over." Pollard said the people came and asked him if he would serve if he was elected in 1986. "I thought it was an honor to be asked to serve, so I did." Pollard said. "It has been a wonderful experience for me.

I have enjoyed it." Pollard said his resignation, which he tendered Thursday, probably would be before the board at the July meeting. The decision of dealing with the vacated position will be left up to the board. Superintendent Wayne Martin is on vacation and unavailable for comment. Five Killed On State Roads By The Associated Press Five people, including an infant girl killed near San Marcos, have died on Texas highways during the Fourth of July holiday weekend, authorities said Friday night. The Department of Public Safety has estimated that 40 people will die on Texas roads over the holiday weekend.

The death count began Thursday at 6 p.m. and continues through midnight Sunday. The infant girl was killed and seven others were injured when their vehicle rolled over on State Highway 21' near San Marcos Friday afternoon, DPS spokesman David Wells said. Suzette Franco, 2, of Irving, was thrown from her mother's lap and out of the vehicle in the accident. A Los Fresnos man died from head injuries he received after falling from the bed of a moving pickup Friday morning.

Rene Vasquez, 22, died about an hour after the accident in Los Fresnos. Jennifer L. Richey, 17, of Adkins died at about 2:30 a.m. after an accident less than a mile west of La Vernia, that left three others injured, Wells said. In an accident Thursday night, Salvador Anthony Rodriguez, 8, of Harlingen was killed when he was struck by a car while crossing a frontage road in Harlingen, Wells said.

Laura Leah Petmecky, 20, of Port Lavaca was killed in a one-car accident at 6:05 p.m. Thursday about four miles north of Hunt on Farm to Market road 1340 in Kerr County. Marvin Church Hosts Discussions A five-week "'Lifestyles In Transition" discussion group will meet in and August at Tyler's Marvin United Methodist Church, 300 W. Erwin, said July Randy Hageman, minister to singles at the church. John Hopkins, a counselor on the staff of Marvin church, will lead the discussion group at 7:30 p.m.

on Wednesdays, beginning July 8. Sessions will be held in the Genesis Class room in the church's Family Ministries Center through Aug. 5, Hageman said. "I'm Single is the topic for the first session, Hageman said. Attendance is limited, with a $5 registration fee required, Hageman said.

To register, interested participants may send in their registration fee to: "Lifestyles In Marvin United Methodist Church, 300 W. Erwin, Tyler, 75702..

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