Clipped From The Courier-Journal
CRASH VICTIM'S RITES PLANNED C. J. Heimerdinger, 53, Fatally Hurt In Motor Mis-1 hap In Indiana. Funeral services for Charles. J. Heimerdinger, 53, Pindell and French, chief inspector for the Mengel Body Company, who was injured fatally at 7 a.m. Monday in an automobile crash four miles south of Columbus, tnd. have been arranged for 10 a.m Wednesday at the funeral home of John Maas & Brother, with burial in Cave Hill Cemetery. Mr. Heimerdinger's automobile, containing two passengers, struck a telephone pole on U. S. High- Way 31. His companions, W. L. Puckett, 29, of 1028 S. 28th, and Stanley Dusel, 19, of 1630 Mellwood, also of the comDanv. were i ins anc" :ut. Mr. Heimerdinger, j In employe of the Mengel firm; without for twenty-five years, died in an ambulance on the way to a Columbus hospital. He apparently lost control of the automobile and it skidded from the highway after he slowed down near a narrow bridge as another car approached, according to his companions They left Louisville at 5 a.m. fon a business trip to Kokomo, Ind. Mr. Heimerdinger is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lorena Heimerdinger; his mother, ' Mrs. Mary Heimerdinger; two sons, Elmer j Heimerdinger and Roy Heimer-; dinger; a daughter, Miss Ruth; Heimerdinger, and a brother, Edward H. Heimerdinger, Cincinnati.