An Atlas, Ill., mother of five, Mrs. Frank Rodhouse,
returned home with her four daughters to face a shotgun-armed
intruder. The man herded them to an upstairs room where he bound
Mrs. Rodhouse. Slipping her bonds when the man left the room, she
obtained a .38 pistol and three cartridges from a dresser drawer.
Moving quietly downstairs she got instructions from her 15-year-old
son, who had also been bound, on how to load and fire the pistol.
Returning to an upstairs room she found the man preparing to attack
her 13-year-old daughter. Mrs. Rodhouse pointed the gun at him and
fired three times. As the would-be attacker turned toward her with
raised shotgun, he fell at her feet mortally wounded.
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