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a of have saved three men from the oyster sloop, aground off Bowers Beach. Coast guard craft put out from both tha Delaware and New Jersey sides of Leake, vice retary, serious. wns ma- Delaware Bay in a race to the scene. •• _o : Blast Victim WiU. Be Buried Sunday Evening Funeral services will be held morrow afternoon at two o'clock at Dr. Watson Mack, registrar; William R. -ship ten, J. tine. Brown. to- otls encine, Swansonvllle Methodist church for Louis H. Gregory, aged 44, who was killed there yesterday when a carbide gas lighting plant he was repairing blew up. The victim fearfully Injured expired In an ambulance bringing him to Danville. No explanation for the accident has been given but it is believed possible that a spark set off an accumulation of the gas which la formed by the admixture of water to calcium ear- The victim's mother saw the which wrecked the shed and publish forty tho magazine by few bide, blast hurled her son some distance also Injuring a, colored workman stand- Ing nearby. Besides his parents Gregory is survived by his widow formerly Miss Christine Frances. He also leaves the following brothers and sisters: F. H. Gregory and Mrs. ;B. H. Wood of Danville; R. A Gregory of Flttsylvania county; T H. Gregor yof Crowe, Va,;;Mrs. J. T Blalrd of Wilson, Va., and Miss Elsie Gregory of Callnnds; aljio two hall sisters. Mrs. A. E. Edwards of Richmond, and Mrs. T. H. Jones of Gary w. Va. ,. ' • •..;'•, . .;::.'•,•. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION Lost: Snmli Hlue Pocketbook, Containing V. Once powerful V, M. licking, momls In Spider the cory. V. after 36 by burg. hard .Hawing field the Merola

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  1. The Bee,
  2. 23 Feb 1935, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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