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Examiner, San Francisco, CA

Tuesday, November 1, 1966

Grocer Salem Totah and his son were in their San Francisco, Calif., store when two men walked in and robbed him at gun point. One robber fled with the loot while the other armed bandit walked around the counter and knocked the grocer down. Totah reached under the counter and got his pistol. The bandit fired at the shopkeeper and missed. Totah fired three shots at the bandit. The armed robber was dead on arrival at the hospital.

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