Raleigh Feidt death Daily Mail 29 Dec 1937
j i J CLEARSPRING PAIR RESCUED sup] Mrs. Seibert And Mrs. Bishop j * Among Four Saved From I Baltimore Fire Two Clearspring: residents, Mrs. Virginia Seihert and Mrs. T. C. Bishop, were among four persons rescued In Baltimore early yesterday yesterday after an explosion fired a store in "the 1200 block of Light street, next to the South Baltimore General General Hospital annex. lfi •MVa ^oih^rt and Mrs. Fisner \ f Mrs. beioert anu .THO. j were awakened by Patrolman Ar- j thur Smallwood, who rushed into the smoke-filled building and aroused the two women who were asleep in the second floor apart- ment of their brother, Raleigh 29 j Feidt vho died Monday. a j Botll womell were unaware the ( • bui i ding was burning, Smallwood j said They were assisted through j ^ smo ke"to safety by the officer, Later firemen rescu ed two persons from the third floor of the building building with the use of ladders. The fire started from a coal oil stove exploding in a first fioor storeroom- Mrs. Helen Baclaski, exploded ' when she attempted to light it. Unable Unable to quell the blaze, she sounded sounded na alarm. Patrolman Smallwood j was nearby. I Mrs. Seibert went to Baltimore i Monday because of her brothers death and with Mrs. Fisher, who has been residing on Hilton street, Baltimore, spent Monday night in ! their brother's apartment. j Mr - Feidr » a former resident ofj Washingxm county, was a retired j bouthern district ofacer of Bam- more. He suffered a heart attack, ... ., , ,. , ,, , his sisters said, and died suddenly Monday. His body had been removed removed to an undertaking establishment. !