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present•VF, WHEN STRUCK BY VAMPIRE AT EVANSTON - J. F. Bertalot, 33^7 South Carroll {•venue, is confined to an Kvan.ston hospital as a result of injuries sustained sustained there when he was struck by *. "vampire" automobile a few day's a«o while he was crossing: a street he and Mrs. Bertalot having gone to Evanston to visit their daughtc»r, Mrs. John K. PaJmer. J321 Momoc street. He- sustained a broken arm. severe lacerations about the liead and pos- •ible internal injuries. Despite intense intense pain Mr. Bertalot boarded a motor bus and rode to the office of a floctor following the accidem, later being removed to the hospital. "Witnesses told Kvanston police that the car which struck Mr. Rort- »10t, bore Illinois license No. 8i.'9-lCG They traced the license to D. Kollmer, Kollmer, 1727 Broadview averue Highland Park, but have been un- ible to locate him as yot.

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  1. Freeport Journal-Standard,
  2. 10 Jan 1928, Tue,
  3. Page 7

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