Clipped From Abilene Reporter-News
PAGE SIX VERDICT OF DOUBLE MURDER, | SUICIDE III ALBAÂ»y MLLIHGS Bodies of Mrs. Gallion and Mrs. Thomas Sent to Worth; Gallion Burial in Sipe Springs The verdict concluded an inquest ALBANY. June 9.--A coroner's verdict of double murder and suicide suicide was returned today as the final episode in a shooting here late Friday Friday that took the lives of Ernest Gallion, 35-year-old CWA worker of Albany; his wife and her niece, Mrs. Pressie Thomas of Fort Worth. House Committee Meets by Justice W. L. Manning. The three died at the Gallion home where Gallion, infuriated during a domestic quarrel, turned on his wife and Mrs. Thomas then fired a bullet into his own head. The shooting climaxed several several . days' domestic difficulties, authorities said they learned. The bodies of Mrs. Gallion and Mrs. Thomas were taken today to Fort Worth where the latter's Husband Husband of a few months, E, H. Thomas, resides. Arrangements were completed here for the burial of Gallion at Sipe Springs, a former home, probably on Monday. The Gallions leave three small children, who today were at the home of their grandfather, W. A. Gallion.