16 Sep 1935 John Conelius saves girl on fire.
Party Winds 6 Arrests "get togcthei" in the 100 street yesterday. icsultcd m party being ar police and the peace. its height Agnes Untaus, a escaped injury through a win flying window Mrs. Margaret the window watching the pro the party and then 5-Year-0ld, 5-Year-0ld, 5-Year-0ld, 5-Year-0ld, 5-Year-0ld, Playing With Matches, Burned As Clothes Catch Fire Five-year-old Five-year-old Five-year-old Five-year-old Five-year-old Margaret Jones, of 211 North Fulton avenue, was burned on her hands and back yesterday af ternoon, when her clothes became gnited while she was playing with matches in the rear of her home. A neighbor, John Conelius, of 217 North Fulton avenue, probably saved the child from more serious injury He seized her as she ran screaming through the alley and pulled the burn ing garments from her. After the child was treated at Franklin Square Hospital for second degree burns her mother took her home. Lonelius himself stilTered minor burns on the arms, but refused medi cal attention. By Hit-And-Run Hit-And-Run Leonard Blue, Cut On By Struck down which, according to stop, Leonard suffered a deep side of his head. Ths man, who Calvert street, Howard and knocked down on Pratt. vehicle was a containing three Following sity Hospital, More Than 600 Students SPECIAL Old Cold ji ml G. Nurmiui SU N. rinirii-o rinirii-o rinirii-o mtir iiiliCk DUOS UV iwiH-u iwiH-u iwiH-u met