We all scream for ice cream

John Hudson looks out from his truck at one of his younger customers John Boias, 3, of Meadowood Townhomes in Edgewood, who had to deal with a rapidly melting fudgsicle. Beth Boias(John's mother) said that after the ice cream truck it's usually time for a shower for the youngster. Because a lot of customers run to the truck barefoot, "Mr. John" will often put down a towel for them to get off the hot pavement, or pull close to the grass.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Jed Kirschbaum / August 2, 1995 )

John Hudson looks out from his truck at one of his younger customers John Boias, 3, of Meadowood Townhomes in Edgewood, who had to deal with a rapidly melting fudgsicle. Beth Boias(John's mother) said that after the ice cream truck it's usually time for a shower for the youngster. Because a lot of customers run to the truck barefoot, "Mr. John" will often put down a towel for them to get off the hot pavement, or pull close to the grass.

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