Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1962, Abilene, Texas
Itrilcne WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES W E SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT Byron X 82ND YEAR, NO. 74 ABILENE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY PAGES IN THREE SECTIONS Assnrimcd Press (IP} PAGE these words of wisdom ire displayed at a local beauty It takes a heap of living to make a home. And. it takes a heap of work to make a living. R. M. a rifle, but later her story charges have been filed a; ,ajnstjwas discounted. Mr. Williams was beaten and Williams was battered in StCTION X 3 Obituirin R.dio.TV IHI TV S Spot" Oil mw> 10 SICTION AnuMmmti 1 WOTMU'I Mwt 2, 1 J Him iMitfti 10 SICTION C ton M as admitted to Trinity Baptist Church officiating. Uuri.nl will he in City Cemetery. was born Aug. 31, in Brhlol. England. He came night. The radios were recovered by police. Graham said that the youths told him they destroyed the prop- erty at Ihc schools because they didn't like school or teachers. The schools which were vanda- lized by the two were Mann Jr. High, Lincoln Jr. High, College Heights F.lcmonlary, Kannin Klc- mentary and Central Elementary. The boys were turned over to juvenile authorities about 10 Tuesday. at 8-40 am where he engaged in farming in Howard County Sheriff Miller the Knot! Community. He farmed Harris and City Det. Jp.ck 1045, retired and moved to arc in Fort Worth questioning thclhis residence at 517 N. Benton. two suspects. The suspects were He mnrriod Mrs. Aggie Allred to be given polygraph Hie detcc-iKch. 27, in Garrtrn City. tori tests before being returned to Big Spring. Surviving relatives include wife; two step-sons, J. C. Allrcn Mrs Williams, 84, wife of the of Aekerly and W. J. Allred ol victim, was hospitalized for shock Stanton; one step-daughter, Mrs following the attack. She original ly reported that a Negro entered the house Sunday seeking money Slater James of Rig Spring; and one son, Charles S. WUllams ot Dallas.