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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - November 2, 1979, Cincinnati, OhioOne week off f november 4 the of our Miju croat tons. And to affordable. Now. Because we be reduced the Price 25%. States or men As Wen As women. Hurry in for first Choice and widest selection a styles May not necessarily be available at All stores. A subject to prior Sale. Journal Friday november to 1979 a-5 Taylor new Road department head the 1979 Anderson High school girls Tennis team includes front from left Shari Brown Phylliz Zimmerman Pam Whitehead fat Quint Macaira Michel and Julie Mink. Photo by Llauger. Ann Redskin Tennis squad grabs league championship this years Anderson High school girls Tennis team has captured a share of first place in the Hamilton county league. The redskins finished tied with Oak Hills. Both teams suffered Only one league less to each other. Anderson finished with an 11-1 record including eight 5-0 verdicts against i. Healthy twice Mcnicholas Turpin. Forest Park twice and Norwood twice. A 4-1 decision Over Turpin completed the redskins season and clinched a share of the teams second league title. Continued from Page Al he Felt then that he did no to have enough years in the pension plan. Quot my father was in it 30 years and 1 thought that i should too a he said. He knows All of the men in the Road maintenance department and has a Quot Good relationship with them. A close relationship with fire chief Dave Cooper is expected to get a closer a since he will be working right next door a he added Taylor recalls that when he started in the District in 1049there were 14 buses and one school building the Anderson school building recently rededicated on its 50th anniversary. Now there Are 49 buses on the line daily and five spares which take students to 35 different schools. He sees the bus Fleet declining if anything in the near future As enrolments continue to fall. A i took a bus and a half off the Road this year a he said in telling of a move that will net a savings of $3000 to $9000 to the District. He recalls the Day he was hired. Clarence Wilfert headed the bus system and was nearing retirement. Taylor said he approached . West a then superintendent who told him that he could have the Job when Wilfert retired. West later approached Taylor a at an Anderson High basketball game and asked him if he wanted the Job. Taylor said he did and asked when he should Start. Tom m or Row a a was West s reply Taylor remembers. He has handled the Job since that Day. Of Brien said he was a a elated with the selection of Taylor. A a he a a hard worker. He a not afraid to work a the trustee said. He noted that Taylor has experience in managing employees and handling administrative details. Taylor also knows the people and has knowledge of the area and handling administrative details Taylor and four others were interviewed monday in executive session o Brien explained then trustees went into a Public session and authorized of Brien to offer the Job to Taylor Taylor formally accepted wednesday afternoon. Only minutes before the journal heard a Rumor and talked with of Brien Taylor s salary was being finalized late wednesday but it will be More than he was making at Forest Hills schools it was Learned Taylor and his wife Marilyn reside at 8400 Kellogg ave. With their son Jim two older daughters Sandy and Sharon Are married and on their own. For Anderson township vote november 0 retain cup this ballot to take with you to the polls november b Republican Sample ballot n Cincinnati City Council vote for these five Only a a Walter e. Beckjord a a 0 Guy c. Guckenberger o Robert l. Braddock o Joseph m. Decourcy a a a o John Mirlisena a a a o1 Ifor judge of the Hamilton county municipal court vote for All five William a. Mcclain a 0 Norbert a. Nadol o John h. Ranz 0 Donald l. Schott -9 0 j. Howard Sundermann or. It o for judge of the Hamilton county municipal court Nam Pym my Yyi m vote for two Jack Rosen Ralph Winkler of girls be Cincinnati soccer standings i Tuum Oynoian w cd rep on i a Commma �977 find a Rte Rood Mcmo. Oho 45230 pol ack a try your journal classified for second straight time and save More than half of the Cost on the second and. Standings As of oct a 28 disc. Wal covering Angels 1 new impressions 0 8 10 i 0 1 0 passers red league w l t p intermediates league w l t p Frisch Green machine 10 of 0 20 crickets 16 i 0 20 Consumers 0pt1cals 20/20�?Ts 6 3 13 Asplundh rockets 9 1 1 19 town amp country 6 4 0 12 . 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Dorsey trustee William c. Skeen clerk Tim following people endorse Bob Dorsey and Bill Oknon in this elections or. And mrs. Nolan Carson Roger Ayer c. B. Ayer Wilbur , or. Jack and Nancy Klinger Ruth Wolfangel or. And mrs. James Henry or. And mrs. George Mccabe mrs. E. Walter Black Bob and Judy Radcliffe or. And mrs. Philemon j. Dill Edwin j. Byrne Ginny and Gavin Gray Chuck and Joan Neuhaus or and mrs. Ray Fluegeman Alberta j. Fitzgerald or. And mrs. Fredric Tilton Bernard a. Maue mrs. Frank m. Grieme or. And mrs. Chas. N. Wykoff Lester g. Wykoff Anne g. Dorsey Peter n. Dorsey Andrew r. Dorsey Kurk Dorsey Isabelle Ana Roy Clymer Gordy and Clare Massa Frank and Winifred Clayton Eugene k. Ingalls Albert j. Steffen John and Jackie o Brien Holly o Brien Todd o Brien Richard f. Strubbe Richard k. Aeh Jerry and to Lane Nancy Lamping mrs. C. Stein Cal and Ginny Texter John k. Barry Paul w. Schuch Tom amp Judy Taylor Irvin p. Basler Donna Wolf Russell Wolf Ray Clark George Noltensmeyer j. W. Hattie Brose Edith Brandan Mary Joan Haber Pearl Muchmore Dottie Smith Betty Levendusky Kathy Svoboda Barbara Campbell Kathy Meek Robert w. Muchmore Jos. Amp Helen Neumeister Edith Springer or. Amp mrs. Michael cola cur co Fred amp Barbara Dierking or. Amp mrs. Robert a. Gar ret son Francis Bud Wolfangel Lee Cole Herb Cole Richard amp Christine Gruber Vince and Carol Rhoney Jerry amp Pat Etienne Jeanne Nordloh Richard j. Sayre . Patricia s. Sayre Michael r. Sayre Robert e. Carlyle Bob amp Rosemary Lennertz Rita a. Benkert Robert g. Benkert Dick amp Carol Kelly Andy Thul Charlotte m. Pettigrew or. Amp mrs. Victor Frame Robert c. Martin or. Amp mrs. We. M. Clark Guy amp Judy Chandler Gary amp Joyce Bates or. Amp mrs. J. P. Krug John p. Cook Marjorie r. Cook Robert l. Daffron Raymond e. Ross will Brewer or. And mrs. Joe Bishop or. And mrs. Dana Whiting Tony Lannetti paid for by committee Tor Dorsey and Skeen Albert j. Hills drive Cin. 0.45330 Steffen chairman 0091 As Bury a it a a test 20% off. On pm speck. Catalon orders la Jib of wailing our of is lag furniture of accessories. Fabrics lev Elors Wall coverings carpeting Woods decorator assistance 6740 Clough pm. 231-4325 photo Gray lenses done to offer Protection Cherry Grove 943-4487 photo Gray lenses which Darken or lighten according to the amount of Light should not be used As Eye Protection in the workplace according to Philip a. Workman superintendent of the Industrial commission of Ohio a division of safety and Hygiene. Workman said Zwez stereo 92 says Quot thanks Cincinnati Quot with their Delta Queen cruise. Listen for details. Photo Gray lenses do not meet the specific safety requirements of the Industrial commission of Ohio or the standards for occupational educational Eye p r o t e it i on As required by Law. The Law states that filter lenses a shall be marked with Shade photo Gray lenses do not meet this Standard. 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