August 1974
American Heritage;Aug1974, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p95
The article features the shooting of Morris Smith, son of W. J. Smith, by Joe Lyons, son of Isaac Lyons for the reason that Morris Smith raped Joe Lyons' sister, Eva. Lyons was asked to appear before the Superior Court in $1,500 bail, on a charge of attempt to murder. On the other hand, papers were served on Smith, charging him with rape. A note from the parents of one of the parties brings the news that the unfortunate affair has been adjusted by an agreement by both parties to be married.


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