Mrs. Anna Roscoe was tending her Gary, Ind., store as three
armed women entered and announced a stickup. Mrs. Roscoe said in a
loud voice, "So you have revolvers." Her husband, Thomas, grabbed a
cal. .38 pistol and entered from a back room. When the female
bandits, who were dressed as men, saw the gun they rushed to the
door. Roscoe fired one shot and one robber dropped to the floor
with a bullet in the shoulder. Roscoe held her at gun point until
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