- - denied m i WOMEN HURT IN AUTO CRASH Wife of Recreation Commissioner One of the Injured. Mrs.. Carl Vlebahn, I wife of the city recreation commissioner. SIS East Mccarty Mccarty street, and Mrs. Joseph Escher, 21 South East street, - were, slightly injured when an automobile In which they were riding was In collision with an automobile truck belonging to the Delaware Transfer Company, near Shelby and. Morris streets, late yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Vlebahn suffered several cuts on the face and Mrs. Kscher suffered an Injur" Injur" to her ankle. Both were removed to their homes In a physician's car. The automobile in which the women were riding riding was driven by Mr. Vlebahn. William Burnett. 61S Euclid avenue, was the driver of the truck. ' ' Vlebahn ?ald he was slowly driving north in Shelby street. Burnett, he said, was going south and in attempting to pass a wagon swerved to the left side of the Street, uumeii tqmmea n nuenaeo to pass the wagon, but said he only drove as fsr to the left as the center of the car track. He said if Vlebahn had not been going at high speed the accident could have been avoided. No arrests were made.