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July 3: Keeping cool

Tony Sartori shows how he has been trying to keep cool since the storm of Friday night knocked out the power all along Gittings Ave, and knocked down a large tree on his house. He said his mother would always take a wet cloth in the summer, when he was growing up in Baltimore, and cool him off, either by putting it on his neck or washing his face with it; which he now does several time a day. Tony said the water is just too cold for him to take a shower.Gene Sweeney Jr., Baltimore Sun