Three 16-year-olds entered the tiny Towers Book and Card
shop operated by 68-year-old Murray Elpern and his wife in the
Bronx. One came behind the counter and pressed a 9 mm pistol to
Elpern's head. When Mrs. Elpern pressed an alarm, another vaulted a
counter and grabbed her. With the gun-wielder distracted, Elpern
drew his licensed .38 revolver and shot him. A second robber lunged
at Elpern and was shot, while the other one surrendered and was held
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