Clipped From Amarillo Daily News
A .Soft Answer Turns Away Thug The name "Paul," said by a soft-spoken lady last night, struck fear in the heart of a would-be hijacker as he tried to hold up Cash Liquor Store in the 300 block of Taylor. Mrs. Paul Harle, wife of the manager of the store, foiled the robbery attempt. Her husband, Paul Harle was in the back of store when the robber walked in,, about 8:20 o'clock. Mrs. Harle said the hijacker entered the store and asked for a pint of Old Taylor. As Mrs. turned to get it, the man quietly placed a small, black gun on the counter. Mrs. Harle unable to fijid the brand, then turned to ask the customer, "Do you see and he said "Open that cash reffister." Frightened, she tittered a soft, 'fPaul . . " The hijacker turned and ran, .not bothering to close the door the store. Last seen he was going north on Taylor. Mrs. Harle described him as being about 5 feet 7 inches tall, dark, with blSck hair and wearing a tan coat. Owner of the store is T. A. Preston. The Harles live at 111 Buchanan.