1935 Van Ostrand Ed Car Death

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1935 Van Ostrand Ed Car Death - H. of at of of Devine, BOY DIES OF SHOCK AND...
H. of at of of Devine, BOY DIES OF SHOCK AND DISEASE; WAS "SLIGHTLY HURT" IN MISHAP 'olice Car Also in Crash And Hearing Is Planned In Municipal Court to Determine Determine Blame iyeclil To Tke JMnwl-Xnn. Middletown, Aug. 20. Edward Van Ostrand, age 12, if 1618 Jefferson street, believed o have been only slightly injured n an automobile accident Satur:ay Satur:ay night, diefl at a hospital here, ·esterday. Coroner Edward Cook f Butler county giving a verdict f "death by.shock, indirectly the esult of an automobile accident nd complicated hy a diabetic con- .ition." Discovery that the boy iad a severe case of diabetis was made when hospital surgeons ex- imined him. His injury consisted if a lacerated right foot. Van Ostrand was injured while iding in an automobile operated y True Hoaeer, 68, of German- own, The Houser car collided vith a police vehicle operated by ess Dennis, city detective, at Calmet Calmet street and Columbia avenue, louser was slightly . bruised. He as oharged, after the accident, vith careless driving. At a hearing o be held in municipal court here, n effort will be made to fix blame or the accident. Van Ostrand is survived by the .tarents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Van )strand, and four brothers. Red Crow Safety Bulletin Little Johnny is out playinf! with the gan£. One of the more rowdy of them takes it into his dead that they should all go hop trucks, just for the fun of it. Johnny refuses, remembering larefttl instructions and warnings from his mother. "Yah, Johnay'* Johnay'* a sissy," they call bact at bim as they scamper down the street. Never mind, Johnny, you know you're right, and yonr mother knows you're safe for :ome better game than hopping trucks. MELODY KIDS AT PARAMOUNT Wurlitzer Melody Kids, a unit of 75 children, will give matinee and evening performances at Paramount Paramount theatre Saturday afternoon and evening. All are (Indents of Wurlitzer studio*. The unit SB elaborately costumed and includes the 30-piece orchestra, orchestra, dancers, singers, entertainers and comedians. The local Wurlitzer store at 122 South Second street, Hamilton, has co-operated with the Paramount theatre in bringing this show to Hamilton. Bud Myers, of Cincinnati, is the director of the ;roup. The Shows

Clipped from The Journal News20 Aug 1935, TuePage 2

The Journal News (Hamilton, Ohio)20 Aug 1935, TuePage 2
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