Slain jeweler 'felt there was always a need for his services,' colleague says
When crime began stalking the neighborhood near William Glatz Jewelers, a family business on Rising Sun Avenue in Northeast Philadelphia, Bill Glatz armed himself and dug in his heels.
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#1 Oct 24, 2010
True, there might be a need for his services, but that doesn't mean he has to be the sacrificial lamb to the savages in that city. Even though the savages are in a minority you don't golf in a thunderstorm and neither should you tempt them.
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