The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on March 18, 1958 · Page 3
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Tuesday, March 18, 1958
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Kentucky Deaths Services Are Arranged For Heart Attack Victim Services for Harry Ackley, who collapsed and died Sunday night as he was driving his automobile near the Cincinnati Union Terminal, will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Muehlenkamp funeral home, Newport Burial will be in Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Mr. Ackley was driving with Miss Shirley Dryer, 91 Beech Dr., Covington, when he suddenly swerved his car to the curb, laid his head against the seat and fainted. Miss Dryer called the police, and Ackley was taken to General Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Dr. Herbert P. Lyle, Hamilton County Coroner, attributed the death to a heart attack. Mr. Ackley had been under treatment for a heart condition. He was 30 years old. His home was at 25 17th St., Newport. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Cordelia Ackley, Newport, and three sisters, Miss Juanda Ackley and Mrs Geneva Gem-mer, both of Newport, and Mrs. Emily Ackley, Covington. BridgetWhalen Bridget Whalen, a resident of Covington for many years, died yesterday in the Dry Ridge Rest Home. Her home was at 653 Elm St., Covington. is survived by her hus band, Nicholas Whalen; two sons, Charles Whalen, Covington, and William Whalen, Florence; and two daughters, Mrs. Mary Beckman, Miami, Fla., and Mrs. Lucille Brockman, Covington. Requiem High Mass will hr ung at 9 a. m. Wednesday in St. Patrick Church, Covington. Friends may call from 2 to 10 p. m. today at the Midden-dorf funeral home, 917 Main St., Covington. Burial will be in Cincinnati. George McLoney George Amos McLoney, a retired carpenter, collapsed and died yesterday after shoveling away a patch of snow at his home on Nicholson Road, Walton. Jerry Rouse, Boone County Coroner, said Mr. McLoney, who was 85 years old, uffered a heart attack. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Abbie Courtney McLoney; a son, Harold McLoney, Walton; a daughter, Mrs. W. E. Dickson, Louisville; and a sister, Mrs. W. T. Courtney, Georgetown, Ky. Services will be held at 10:30 a. m. tomorrow at the Cham bers & Grubb funeral home, Walton. Burial is to be in Rest- haven Cemetery, Louisville. William Weber Services for William Weber, a retired employee of the Max Wocher & Sons Co., Cincinnati, and a former resident of Dayton, will be held at 2 p. m. to morrow at the Vonderharr & Stetter funeral home, Newport. Burial will be in Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr Weber, who was 87 years old, died Sunday at the Brown County Hospital, Georgetown, Ohio. He had been living in re cent years with a son, Fred Weber, near Bethel, Ohio. He is survived also by a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Nelson, Falmouth. Harry Grey Services for Harry Grey, a resident of Chicago who died Sunday when on his way home from the funeral of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Amelia Grey, will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow at the Erschell funeral home, Newport. Burial lwil be in Evergreen Cemetery. Mr. Grey, who was 72 years old, was a former resident of Northern Kentucky but had lived in Chicago for many years. He had been staying at the home of his borther, Frank Grey, at 205 Kentucky Dr., Newport, until alter the funeral. He left his brother's resi dence about 4 p. m. Sunday to catch a bus but collapsed in Newport at 14th St. and Central Ave. The Newport Life Squad was unable to revive him. Mr. Grey was a retired elec trician. He is survived by his widow," Mrs. Barbara Grey, and his brother. Stephen Cemetery. The Von-Jerhaar & S'etter funeral home, Newport, is in charge of ar rangements. Dorothy Martin Mrs. Dorothy Harmeling Mar tin, a registered nurse, died yes terday at St. Elizabeth Hos pital. She lived at 1213 Scott St.. Covington, and was 48 years old. Surviving her are two sons, George Reiss, Cincinnati, and James Harmeling, Covington; five daughters, Mrs. Edna Moel- ler, Cincinnati, and Mrs. Jessie Martin, Mrs. Rita Taylor, Mrs. Alma Vickers and Mrs. Dorothy Malott. all of , Covington; a brother, Walter Johnson, Crittenden, and two sisters, Mrs. Edna Phipps, Ludlow, and Mrs. Sarah Webster, Crittenden. Requiem High Mass will be sung at 9:30 a. m. Thursday at St. Agnes Church, Lookout Heights. Burial will be in Mother of God Cemtery. The Linnemann funeral home, Cov ington, is in charge. Helen Mary Walker A blessing for Mrs. Helen Mary Walker, a former presi dent of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Edward W. Boers Post of the American Legion, Bellevue, will be said at 10 a. m. Thursday at the Dobbling funeral home, Bellevue. Burial will take place in Evergreen Ceme tery. Mrs. Walker, who was 53 years old, died Sunday night in Speers Hospital, Dayton. She had been employed for years as a tailoress for Hyde Park Clothes, Inc., Newport. She lived at 404 Fairfield Ave., Bellevue. She is survived by her hus band, Harry Walker; two sons, Harry Walker Jr., Dayton, and Charles Walker, now stationed with the armed forces at Camp LeJeune, N. C; two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Taylor and Mrs. Elizabeth Reardon, New York City, and her mother, Mrs. Catherine Faulkner, Bellevue. Tony Fischer Tony Fischer, retired tool and die maker, died yesterday at St. Elizabeth Hosiptal. A resident of 415 Fifth Ave., Dayton, he was 67 years old. Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Carrie Freppon Fischer; two daughters, Mrs. Julie Ho- gan, Southgate, and Mrs. Wil liam Hemingway, Highland Heights; a brother, Thomas Fischer, Bellevue, and sixi grandchildren. Solemn Requiem High Mass will be sung at 9 a. m. Thurs day at St. Bernard Church, Dayton. Burial will he in St. Laura Wells Services for Mrs. Laura Wells, 119 W. Second St.. New- port, will be held at 10:30 a. m. tomorrow at the Radel funeral home, Newport. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery. Mrs. Wells, who was 80 years old, died Sunday at her home. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Neal Carlfield, Chicago. Orrin Phipps Orrin Phipps, formerly of Burlington, died yesterday at St. Francis Hospital, he liven in nati. A farmer, he lived in Lawrenceburg, Ind., and was 87 years old. Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Ella Cason Phipps, and two sons, Wayne Phipps, Cincinnati, and Wendell, Mack, Ohio. Graveside services will be held at 3:30 p. m. tomorrow at the Odd Fellows Cemetery. Burlington. The Bullock Memorial funeral home, Hebron, is in charge. - 0 Frank Fletcher Frank Fletcher, retired paper hanger, died yesterday at Speers Hospital, Dayton. He lived on Dietrich Road. Highland Heights. Mr. Fletcher, who was 67 years old, leaves two sisters, Mrs. Winfred Hardin, Alexan dria, and Mrs. Belle Etter, Georgetown, and a brother, Wil liam Fletcher, Cincinnati. Services will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow at the Alexandria funeral home. Burial will be in Alexandria Cemetery. - George Gallenstein MAYSVILLE, Ky.. March 17 (Special) George Gallenstein, retired employee of the South' western Tobacco Co. in Mays- ville, was found dead in bed at his home, 413 Central Ave., today by a neighbor, Mrs. Brooks Rayborn. He was 77 years old. Surviving are five sisters and a brother, Mrs. Margaret Wal ter, Mrs. Josephine McCracken, Mrs. Carrie M a u r e r, Mrs. Frances Spitsel, Mrs. Pauline Riggs and Charles Gallenstein, all of Cincinnati. Requiem High Mass will be sung at 9 a. m. Thursday at St. Patrick Church. Burial will be in St. Patrick Cemetery, Washington, Ky. The Higgins funeral home is in charge. MarthaCaudill FLEMINGSBURG, Ky., March 17 (Special) Mrs. Martha Black Caudill died yesterday at home in Colfax, Fleming County. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Jane Stone, New Lisbon, Ind., and Mrs. Harlan Kissick, Salt Lick, Ky.; five sons, Leslie, Dunreith, Ind.; Willis, Fleming County; Stewart, Muncie, Ind.: Carl, Kansas City, and Robert and Emory Caudill, both of Col fax, and a brother, Henry Black, Morehead. Services will be held at 2 p. m. Tuesday at Sharkey Church. Burial will follow in Eldridge Cemetery. Rev. CM. Liles VANCEBURG, Ky., March 17 (Special) Services for Rev. Charles Menifee Liles, pastor of Liberty .Grove Christian Church at Charters, Lewis County, who died at his home in Gamson, will be held at 2 p. m. at the Garrison Methodist Church. Water District Says It Will File Suit If Cold Spring 'Invades' Territory The Campbell Water District "Because of these plans, the said in a letter to the City district hereby notifies you that of Cold Spring yesterday that it objects to any action on your it would take leeal action to'Part to supply water to any prevent the city from supplying f0"stumefr outside tne wrporate. "limits of your town and within the territorial limits of the district Any steps taken by you water to district consumers on Johns Hill Road. The letter advised Cold Spring that the district is planning construction of storage facilities, mains and other necessary appurtenances within the coming year for John Hill Road residents. The letter said: to invade our territory wHl result in prompt legal action on the part of the district "We understand that you are In the process of obtaining new source of supply of water, which will include the installa tion of a main along Johns Hill A more serious problem and one which directly affects the interests of the water district is tied in with your proposed construction. It is our under standing that you intend to supply water to consumers along Johns Hill Road and elsewhere outside the corporate limits of your city and ' that your financing is dependent upon securing these new customers. "This territory is part of the service area of the district It Is our understanding of the law CINCINNATI ENQUIRER 3J( Tatsday, March 18, 1958 KENTUCKY EDITIOM Cincinnati bonding firm. James Meadows, Cold Spring city attorney, was present . ' i- - BEAUTY SHOP : SPECIAL COLD WAVES 14.95 and D, , . , ,.., , wrnr. that M Prt ot this plan, the Buna will follow in Waring, of CovinOB , J ' tQ P31." ""construct a mSn and build a Road. We also understand that another agency, such as Cold Spring, to permitted to supply consumers in district territory only if the district is tyr the purpose of supplying 'future. The district is actively daughter and four sons, Mrs Betty Christy and Charles Liles, both of Garrison; Howard and William Liles, both of Columbus, Ohio, and Ronald Liles, Lorain, Ohio, and two brothers, Wilson and Vernon Liles, both of Garrison. Calvin Berryman MAYSVILLE, Ky., March 17 (Special) Services for Calvin Berryman, retired Mason Coun ty farmer, who died at theiof home of a brother, Walter Berryman, West Union, Ohio, will be held at 4 p. m. Tuesday at the J. W. Porter & Sons funeral home, Maysville. Burial will follow in Maysville Cemetery. He was 76 years old. Besides his brother, he leaves two sons, Richard and Roy Berryman, both of Maysville; two daughters. Miss Louise Berryman, Louisville, and Mrs. Elmer Woodward, Aberdeen, Ohio. your needs.' District members said they recognize that Cold Spring has a legal right to obtain water from Covington, and does not propose to take any legal steps in this regard "even though the expenditure of money by Cov ington tor this purpose is illegal. It is our feeling that the responsibility for blocking the ex penditure rests with a resident Covington. planning that construction.' Campbell County Public Properties Corp. approved a resolution granting permission to Cold Spring 'to install its proposed water mains on the the property of the Campbell County Infirmary. George Muehlenkamp, County Attorney, said the resolution may be in violation of the mortgage agreement the corporation now has with a SBusffes our specialty! j Open 6 Days A Week. WE SPECIALIZE ; I t IN YOUR TYPE HAIR STYLE 5 Helen Jean Huclc, Owner 8TH and YORK S NEWPORT, KY. HE 1-8374 the Charles Stone VANCEBURG, Ky., March 17 (Special) Charles William Stone, retired Lewis County fanner, died yesterday at his home here. He was 76 years old. Surviving is a daughter, Mrs. Henry Butler, Vanceburg, and a son, James Arthur Stone, Canton, Ohio. Services will be held at 1 p. m. Tuesday at the Church of God here. Burial will be in Morgan Cemetery, Lewis County. Myrtle Littleson VANCEBURG, Ky., March 17 (Special) Mrs. Myrtle Evelyn Littleton, R. R. 5, Vanceburg, died last night at Hayswood Hospital in Maysville. She was 82 years old. Surviving is a son, Ernest G. Littleton, Ports mouth, Ohio. The Dickerson funeral home here ii com pleting arrangements. 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