Harry Shrago stood just outside the door of his Omaha
grocery and heard daughter Florence shriek from inside the store
when two men leveled guns at her. Shrago, who carries a gun as
closing time approaches, dashed inside, was grabbed by the hair by
one of the bandits, broke free, and pulled out his revolver. "The
guy lunged at me," said Shrago, "and I fired at him." The bandit, a
long-time felon, dropped with a cal. .32 bullet between his eyes and
the accomplice fled amid a hail of shots.
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