Clipped From Delaware County Daily Times
Collingdale James F. Fcehery, 211 l^incnln avenue, suffered painful, burns on the wrists nnd fheelc, :md his nuto- mobllo and garage In llvo rtiir of his ) owe were destroyed liy'.ilro Suiur- day afternoon. Feehery was working on the ma- cblne In preparation for n motor trip M 1th his family, when the mnchluo becciino sh'jrl circuited antl hurst into flames. . An alarm was quickly turned In vhlch was responded to by. Coinnp- _d;ilo fire companies, number, nnti iiuil Ttu*o, j)arby riiniibor one, and GOIK|/ " of OUeoln. .Firemen fought the with'.'a.'^Vfiter lino and chem•• Slight damage was done to the ii'ar of Feehery'H homo from the flumes. The loss la partly covered by insurance, the owner said. The lat- jter had his burns treated by A nenrby physician. I Two. hoys nbout twelve years old, vhoso names were wllhhold »by Ihe ^authorities, were forced to pay the ;blll for shooting electric light bulbs ,in the h'orough a few nights ago. Tho authorities also confiscated thtt rifles ^whlch were responsible for tho nils- .•chief. • Briclclnyprs aro pushing worlc '•vapidly ahead on tho erection of 11 pair, of modern homes nt the corner of I'arker and Wolfomlcn avenues.