Marvin Sprenger's death notice
the the taken time. July 1, 1.13; Bead, Wounded Blast Victims Named by frv* MÂ«n Are Killed; Two Women Badly Injured BT UNITED PKBSI The,Navy yesterday identified victims of a flash explosion followed followed by fire at Â« shell-loading; plant In the big naval ammunition depot at Hawthorne which killed five workers and injured five others. Three of the victims were instantly. They were members a loading crew of ten in the where the blast occurred at p.m. Monday. Two others died injuries in the depot hospital. Two of the five injured workers were women. Three men were released after treatment of burns and bruises. ; Killed The dead (with nearest of kin listed) were identified as: Leslie Haning, 110 Ranger Babbitt, (wife, Mabel, same Address.) Address.) Marvin B. Springer, 105 15th Babbitt, (wife, Ruby, same address.) address.) James Russell Lewis, East End Motel, Hawthorne, (wife, Hazel, same address.) Floyd K. Wolverton, Fallen, (father, F. Wolverton, Fallen.) Robert O. Sammons, 806 Lexington Lexington Ave , Babbitt, (wife, Oweedie, same address.) Injured In a critical condition' at the depot hospital was Dorothy Bedford Bedford of Hawthorne. Lucille Harper, also of Hawthorne, was listed attendants as in a serious condition. condition. Albert B. Everett, and Frank Hardy, both of Babbitt, were released released after overnight treatment at the hospital, as was Lucio Hernandez of Hawthorne, formerly of Wmnemucca.