In a career spanning three decades, Ranger Lewis Rigler witnessed an era of great political and social turbulence and change in the state as well as within the Ranger force he had sworn to serve. He investigated kidnappings, murders, strike violence, burglary rings--all manner of cases. Some he solved; others remained elusive. Along the way, he saved a life or two; others, he could not.Reflections of a Texas Ranger Private Lewis C. Rigler, Judyth Wagner Rigler. first patrol car we had, a 1941 Ford, had a receiver. If you did not ... I remember so well the first two-way radio-equipped car we had, a 1942 Ford. The transmitter required about an eight-foot cane pole wrapped tightly with copper wire. If you brokeanbsp;...
|Title||:||In the Line of Duty|
|Author||:||Lewis C. Rigler, Judyth Wagner Rigler|
|Publisher||:||University of North Texas Press - 1995|