The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on November 2, 1966 · Page 12
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Page 12 t:ie cincinn ti enqvirer WedrteMiaj. Wtrnmlter J. 1W Deaths And Funerals Robert E. Winkler; Insurance Broker Services for Robert E. Winkler, 65, insurance executive and active in tne Charter movement here, will be held at 2:30 p. m. today at Weil Funeral Heme, 3901 Reading Rd. Burial will be in United Jewish Cemetery, Walnut Hills. Mr. Winkler died Tuesday at his home, 975 Avondale Ave., Avondale. A native Cincinnatian, he was a partner in the Frederick Rauh & Co. insurance firm. A 1923 Princeton Uni Calvin S. Koon, 58, Dies; Veteran IScivs Copy Editor Services for Calvin S. Koon Sr., 58, veteran Cincinnati Post and Times-Star copy editor, will be at 10 a. m. Friday at the John J. Radel Funeral Home, 822 York St., Newport, Ky. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Southgate. Ky. Mr. Koon, 611 Patterson St., Newport, died Monday at St. Luke Hospital, Ft. Thomas. Ky. He had been ill two years. Mr. Koon began his newspaper career at the Kentucky Post in 77. P. Fhzpatrhh Requiem High Mass for H. Patrick Fitzpatrick, 43, deputy clerk in the U. S. District Court Clerk's Office, will be at 9:30 a. m. Saturday in the Church of the Nativity, Pleasant Ridge. Burial will be in Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Mr. Fitzpatrick died Monday at his residence. 3123 Eellewood Ave., Pleasant Ridge. He was a member of the Holy Name Society of the Church of the Nativity, and the Federal Court Clerks Association. He leaves his mother. Mrs. Mary E. Fitzpatrick. of the home address: one brother, Maj. William F. Fitzpatrick, U. S. A., Washington, D. C and two sisters, Miss Marie T. Fitzpatiick. also of the home address, and Mrs. Mrs. Bette McGuirk, Dallas, Texas. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p. m. Friday at the Vor-his Funeral Home, 5501 Montgomery Rd., Norwood. Clem E. Hill Services for Clem E. Hill, 72. 6120 Woodmont Ave., Pleasant Ridge were scheduled at 10:30 a. m. today at the Stanley High Funeral Home. Mr. Hill, a carpenter and building contractor who retired two years ago, died at his home Sunday, after an illness of several months. He was a member of the American Lesion Outpost No. 430, Deer Park Veterans of Foreign Wars, and for 50 years had been a member of the Mizpah Lodge No. 550. Knights of Pithias. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Josephine Tiefenbach Hill, and four grandchildren, all of Cincinnati. Visitation will be 7-9 p. m. Tuesdav at the funeral home. Burial will be in the Vine Street Hill Cemetery. Millari'l Fry Services for Millard Fry, 50, a machinist for the Cincinnati waterworks who was found dead Sunday in his home, 6245 Benneville St., will be held at 2 p. m. Thursday in the T. P. White & Son Funeral Home. Mt. Washington. Burial will be in Mt. Moriah Cemetery. Friends may visit the funeral home from 4 to 9 p. m. Wednesday. Mr. Fry is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ida Fry: a daughter. Mrs. Gail Gillespie, Cincinnati: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fry. Mt. Washington, and three sisters, Mrs. Geneva Heatley, Mrs. Emma Baird and Mrs. Lula Mae Saner, all of Cin cinnati. ADVERTI 7 4 ' i : nil ' t 1 CI" LiU n W,i MfH 13 VILCS TO ALBERS PROVES PROFITABLE. "I .In" li Mil'j t" -li" I"'!'' !'' in-'- I ' .in "t wnthii (i 1 ,iiit in ". i i. M--.it M.iKdr V.n k' ll'-r iliini; ? ritl m-.t t..r Til-- tint ..fli.r -t'.ir- ill. II. .1. Il' il-t ft- iu I tit. I jn-t I i .rnfliii,(t ,i'"i;t llir millet. in M M t.s." ..! Mr-. l.iliiiitrr "I 1 m. i-1 i' !ii'-in . I:'- tfur rf wi,.tr ,TE FGlKS ARfc fUltNDUER AT A.BERS (On t c .) versity graduate, he was a vice president of the Jewish Hospital board and a member of the City Charter Committee board and the Lo-santiville Country Club. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Grierr.e Winkler; his mother, Mrs. Eli Winkler, New York; a daughter, Mrs. Frederick Berg, Chap-paqua, N. Y. and two grandchildren. The family suggests contributions to the Robert E. Winkler fund at Jewish Hospital. 1929. He spent his childhood in San Francisco and Astoria, Oreg., and lived four years on a military post in Hawaii while his father was stationed there. In 1922 his family moved to Cincinnati where he attended the University of Cincinnati. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Tess Rader Koon. two sons, Calvin S. Jr., Cincinnati, and Hugh C, at home. Visitation will be at 4 p. m. Thursday at the funeral home. Mrs. Matilda Killeen Mrs. Matilda J. Doherty Killeen. 90, 4211 Allendorf Dr., Oakley, died Tuesday in Drake Hospital. Mrs. Killeen leaves a daughter, Miss Mary C. Killeen, Oakley; two sons, Ray and Stanley, Cincinnati; two sisters, Mrs. John Sullivan. Oakley, and Mrs. Thomas Ryan, Canada, and a granddaughter. Requiem High Mass will be at 9 a. m. Thursday at St. Cecilia Church, with burial in the Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5 to 9 p. m. Wednesday at the Witt-Good & Kelsch Fu neral Home, 3026 Madison Road. Mrs. Ella Pf tester Graveside services for Mrs. Ella Fan-in PHester, 1220 Rookwood Dr., Hyde Park, will be held at noon today in Spring Grove. Mrs. Pfiester. who died Monday at Christ Hospital, is the daughter of Matthew B. Fan-in who founded the M. B. Farrin Lumber Co. here in 1887. The widow of Henry J. Pfiester, she leaves a sister, Mrs. Paul Richardson. Evan-sion. LI., and seven nieces and nephews. Guard Vote, Board Tells Pollsters The Hamilton County Board of Elections reported Tuesday attempts by some candidates and some news media representatives to arrange with precinct officials for early counts of returns in key precincts. "This practice is specifically prohibited by law . . ." the board declared in a slat mcnt warning precinct officials not to count votes in the precincts "under any circumstances." ' The ballots must be spinrlied inimed;ateely after the polling places are closed at 6:30 p. m. Upon completion of the spindling all ballots must be carried to the receiving and distributing stations unless otherwise notified by the board," the board instructed precinct officials. The deadline for absentee voting at the Board of Election offices, 622 Sycamore St., is 4 p. m. tomorrow. Deadline for receipt of ballots from sick or disabled voters at the board is noon, Friday. November 4. A Cincinnaticn said Tuesday a first-hand glimpse she had of Saigon last month made her realize why President Johnson did not Include the South Vietnamese capital in his Far East tour. Initial Thought On C.lirixtmas . . . Mnnirumiiiel Jewelry ... a personal way to delight someone is our monogrammed - to - order jewelry. Classic feminine designs in gold or silver. Here, from our collection diminutive pendant-necklace, 14-karat gold ... 14. Pins, gold-plate or sterling silver . . . filigree script . . . 12.50. Script-style or tailored-monogram discs ... 10. Order now for Christmas giving. 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