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KIDDIES ARE OFF FOR GOOD WILL FRESH AIR FUND if ' 4' 4 t 1 x cr 1 V; nLp-; nLp-; nLp-; ft 1 WJ..' II . t.j u...' : -t-jr -t-jr -t-jr -t-jr . & -v.:'.;.-.'.,, -v.:'.;.-.'.,, -v.:'.;.-.'.,, -v.:'.;.-.'.,, ',,.4- ',,.4- v, ,7 Mm Or MAN JUMPS Tnder Moving Street Car Shock And Injuries May Prove Fatal, Fatal, Physieians Say. dition, physicians said the shock and Injuries might prove fatal. Screams of persons who witnessed witnessed Warwick's act were heard by Richard Fitzgerald, 2720 Euclid Avenue, motorman, who applied the brakes stopping the car. before It ran over his body. TROTSKY IS ACCUSED, Poised for 10 days of rural delight, these are some of the season's first group of kiddies to go to the Good Will Fresh Air Camp on Shady Lane Road between Cleves and Cheviot. Yesterday they reported breathlessly at the Good Will Settlement, 823 Freeman Avenue. The Enquirer photographer snapped them as they waited for the Good Will bus to take them to camp. Five more groups are to enjoy ten-day ten-day ten-day so-Journs so-Journs so-Journs in the sun during the remainder of the " ' ' summer.' ,

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer23 Jun 1935, SunPage 13

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)23 Jun 1935, SunPage 13
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