nov 7 1933 sc sentinel

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nov 7 1933 sc sentinel - Though there has been no great iiniount of...
Though there has been no great iiniount of effort to cover it up, there is no report at the sheriff's office of the deliberate knocking over of a woman in Scotts Valley a few nights ago and the fracturing of her skull. The lady was standing near the junction of the Scotts Valley highway and Fclton road when some boys, it is believed, stepped up to her and gave her a shove. Her head in striking the ground was so badly fractured that it was split from the crown to her forehead and back to the nape of her neck. o The victim of the assault was found next morning lying on the ground alongside of the road and upon investigation it was learned that she was one of the staff of Dr. Camp's Brookdale lodge. For over a year she has stood there at the Fclton road junction employed in directing traffic to the Brookdale resort, and though struck once by an automobile, had never before lost a minute's time. o

Clipped from Santa Cruz Sentinel07 Nov 1933, TuePage 1

Santa Cruz Sentinel (Santa Cruz, California)07 Nov 1933, TuePage 1
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