Violence was averted in northwest Washington, D.C., because
Mrs. Ellen Von Nardroff, an attractive brunette, took a detective's
advice and armed herself with a 20 ga. shotgun. Detective L.E.
Simmons gave her the advice after an intruder broke into her home,
attempted to attack her and stole $50. The same man, a husky
6-footer, got halfway upstairs to Mrs. Von Nardrof's bedroom on a
noisy second attempt--only to be met by her with the shotgun and a
visiting girl friend with a pistol. The intruder was arrested and
held. Mrs. Von Nardroff said she had practiced considerably with
her 20 ga. after the Washington detective recommended a shotgun,
properly handled, as the most effective defensive arm for "a lady
who lives alone."
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