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 <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100410070000" title="Edgewood" href="/topic/us/florida/orange-county-%28florida%29/edgewood-PLGEO100100410070000.topic">Edgewood</a>, 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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