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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - December 15, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio a Storis amp a society 1982 Velma avs. Columbus Ohio 43211 a ii of pc of amp last to Ware a classified and dial 731 7170 by 5 00 . Monday in a i a y Quot advert icing amp views i Mai 531-0234 in suburban life area new tax rates new lax rates for municipalities townships and fire districts in the suburban life area have been listed for 1971. Tax Bills will be mailed Early in january. Municipalities municipalities will be listed first followed by school districts in the following list. The tax rates show the 1971 figure in dollars and cents with the 1970 rates in Paren theses. Cincinnati Cincinnati 49.32 49.44 61.98 58.14 Amberley Cincinnati 40.14 41.22 Blue Ash Princeton 44.10 38.84 Blue aah Sycamore 46.54 42.52 Indian Hill Columbia 47.64 48.02 Indian Hill Sycamore 47 66 48.04 Indian Hill Symmes 47.74 48.12 Indian Hill Madeira 48.24 44.36 Madeira Madeira 55.38 51.50 Madeira-1 Indian Hill 53.88 54.26 Madeira Cinti. 42.64 42.72 Montgomery Sycamore 49.04 44.76 Montgomery Sycamore 48.62 44.34 Silverton Cinti. 44.38 44.36 Silverton Madeira 57.12 serving the communities of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights steer Long Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne duo Nate Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity Cincinnati Ohio wednesday december 15, 1971 ois flav aos Ano news. Classified aos. Ssi 0234 7317170 vol. X no. 20 Moeller City champs sycamores Dave Hurst is coach of the year Dave Hurst Sycamore aviators coach was Hamed coach of the year in the All City football team Competition. He was an overwhelming Choice for the Honor due in part to his teams 10-0 record this year the first perfect season in school history. He was also recognized because he took a team with Only three returning starters and no players Over 200 pounds and won first Eastern championship Sycamore a 1511a league in six years. A Veteran of 19 coaching seasons Dave is also an author. In 1968, he published a Book entitled a the Maze a new concept in blocking. He a been head coach at Sycamore for1 four years succeeding Bud acus after five years As an assistant coach. His Sycamore record is an impressive 36-6, a native kentuckian Hurst coached six years at Middlesboro three at .fleming-neon., and one at Jenkins High school before coming to Sycamore. He a a graduate of Duke University and a 42 years cited Flayer of year Paul Jordan Sycamore Junior halfback who devastated every team he faced with touchdown Taragos ranging from three to five scores per game was named player of the year. He scored 36 touchdowns and 241 Points in 10 games to Lead the City. He a the first Junior to be named player of the year. Jordan is also an outstanding defensive Beck. He had four pass interceptions this season i n e 1 u d ing two f or touchdowns. With another season to play he a almost a Prash organic Orang a Grapefruit tangerines grown in Florida. Apples Apple rider Fly in Uatha a Mcdonald s 8968 Kei 21l Wood re. Cinch to graduate As Sycamore s All time leading rusher with Over 4000 Yards pained. His brother Felix flip Jordan an All City prepster now starts for Marshall University a Young thundering Herd. Guard elected Rick Daniels Sycamore guard was so Well thought of by Bastero Hills league coaches they made him a first team All league Choice on offence at guard and on defense at linebacker. He was also chosen As honorary Captain. He participated in every defense recovering two f u m Bles. Mocking three punts and intercepting a pass besides ranking As one of the aviators top tacklers. Rick is also a starter on Sycamore s basketball and baseball teams. At the i it u m it t t t t t t1 a Cereal a Eit Aurant the Freak Ceram Truta hospitality motor inn 7134300 _ my Montgomery re. A at i to behind Ohio station a to Timm remt h Imrij in Jinx Breitenbach plumbing service within your shopping area 791-5804, 941-4154, 4914103 Quot Fogl Sruc goods. Natural vitamins. Organic fert Lizara. Fart al. Mrs 9 to i thurs a Sun i to s Mcdonald s 1944 Kan Wood re. 791-4440_ $ save $ 1130.00 value 1 free Humidifier installed with each new Williamson Furnace or Central air conditioning system. If you have Humidifier $75 to $100 deduction toward electronic air cleaner installation. Call now for free estimate. This offer expires dec. 31. 1971. Ray Williams co. 791-7227 Moeller Sty champs placed the most players on the 12-Man. First team offensive and defensive units with a total of six. End Jim Kelly who polled More votes than any other player at any position Ted. The Way. Others were offensive tackle Chip Harpring Greg Schwarber placekicker Steve Niehaus defensive tackle and. Linebackers Tony Novakov and Jerry Niederhelman. Jim Kelly is the son of Jim Kelly University of cinc i n n a t i f r e so m a n football coach. Jim holds every Moeller pass receiving record including 49 catches for 705 Yards this season 63 catches for 970 Yards career and 14 catches for 214 Yards in one game is. Roger Bacon. Among his other honors Are greater c i no innate league first team All Star associated press southwestern District class aaa lineman of the year and first team All Ohio. Linebackers Tony Novakov a three year letter Man was voted All greater Cincinnati league. This season. He was credited with 70 tackles and two pass interceptions. His career totals show 140 tackles and three pass thefts. Besides being a Star continued on Page 10-a mock session of mayors court set a meeting of the Hamilton county municipal league will be held saturday dec. 18, at 10 am., in the administration building 7149 Ridge rd., Amberley Village for members and mayors elect. Since the dec. 4 seminar at the University of Cincinnati did not cover the 1 operations of the mayors court in detail a mock session of mayors court will he featured at the meeting. Mayor Dowlin of Sharonville will be the judge mayor d a n Mcdonald of Madeira clerk of courts and Augustus Beall iii solicitor of Amberley Village the prosecutor. Offices closed All Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc. News and advertising departments will be closed friday., dec. 24 and Friday dec. 31 for the Holiday season. Early copy cooperation will be greatly appreciated. Tax rates for Deer Park and Deer Park school District and Silverton Deer Park school District will be ready pending the outcome of the Deer Park school Levy dec. 14. Townships Sycamore Sycamore 43.88 39.86 fire districts this list is arranged by fire districts and school districts served. Abbreviations Are eff East Fork fire District Mont com. Cd Montgomery Community fire District Ross. Com. Cd Rossmoyne Community fire District. Eff Indian Hill eff Cincinnati eff Madeira Kenwood cd Cinti. Kenwood. F a Indian Hill Kenwood cd Madeira Little Miami cd Indian Hill Silverton cd Cinti. Silverton Madeira Mont. Com. Cd Indian Hill Mont. Com. Cd Madeira Mont. Com. Cd Sycamore Ross. Com. Cd Cinti. Ross. Com. Cd Deer pm. Ross. Com. Cd Indian Hitt 50.04 52.42 37.90 39.98 50.64 48.76 39.90 39.98 52.04 52.42 52.64 48.76 50.04 53.42 41.40 41.48 64.14 50.26 48.20 48.58 48.80 44.92 44.38 40.36 36.30 36.38 44.44 48.44 48.82 Montgomery police capt. John Hesse and mrs. Hasse Admire the 1972 Ford grand Torino presented to the Captain at his retirement dinner last week. The car was a gift from the businessmen and residents of Montgomery for his 22. Years of service to the Community. Montgomery police Captain retires a testimonial dinner for service from the squad if Montgomery police capt. La a when the need it. John Haase was held dec. 6, tokens of esteem in the Montgomery a a a 5 television set a a a presented by patrolman Sellers on behalf of the other police officers a life membership i q the Montgomery Honor 22 club presented by Cliff rumble and the 1972 Ford grand Torino presented by Ralph Apple in behalf of the businessmen and residents. M a or r o Bert Novak expressed the City a gratitude for the captains Long and faithful service. In his a thank you speech capt. Hasse remarked a i believe that a policeman should not be judged by the number of men put behind bars but by the number of people he can help and keep from behind annexation possible Madeira Montgomery eyed by petitioners businessmen s club. Capt. Hass has retled after 22 years of service to the Community. Speakers for the occasion were judge William r. Mathews who was Village solicitor when capt. Hasse began his career in Montgomery. He was followed by past mayors Thom As b he re n a Bill Ventress and John Sherritt. Chief Ray Moore presented the Captain with a Gold inlaid badge on behalf of the City of Montgomery. Tim Conrad representing the Blue Ash Montgomery life squad presented a life membership in the life squad to the Captain and his wife entitling them to free Montgomery earnings tax tabled for study to n. T go m Ery Cou n. C i 1. Thursday night tabled for further study a 16 Page ordinance that would provide for an earnings tax in Montgomery. The matter will be brought to the floor once again at the next meeting of Council Jan. 5, according to mayor Robert novak., who would like it passed As emergency legislation. Novak stressed that the tax would involve no extra payments for people already this Coupon Good for oif to repair color Only i a 7.00 a al to soles amp service i 2 531-0475 Oto Tyfo can tru 9 am-9 pm 231-0210 paying an earnings tax in the City where they work unless the tax in that City was not equal to a tax to be passed in Montgomery. In this Case people would be required to pay the difference in the two taxes plus the earnings tax they now pay. For example if a 1% tax was passed in Montgomery then people who work in Cincinnati where the 1.7% earnings tax is already charged would be required to pay no additional taxes. However if a Montgomery citizen works in Evendale where the earnings tax is less than 1%, then the person would be asked to pay the difference. No Public hearing will be held before the ordinance comes to a vote. Cincinnati hat Ovar 500 Placas to buy Thoat. So Why should you buy at Martmer st shoes i know and care two petitions requesting annexation to suburban communities have been taken under advisement by the Hamilton county commissioners. The petitions involve requests for annexation of 36 acres in South Kenwood to Madeira and 920 acres of Somines township and part of Sycamore township to Montgomery both moves Are opposed by the regional planning commission on the grounds a a. It a get that the a to a to be annexed Are closer to other cities namely Loveland and sil ver ton. Than they Are to Montgomery and Madeira. However both Montgomery and Madeira Are willing to Annex the property if the commissioners approve. Madeira City manager George babe told commissioners that a the people petitioned for annexation because they saw improvements in services to residents in a much larger South Kenwood area annexed to Madeira last year. The tract of land now under consideration in South Kenwood lies East of Steward rd., West of the Northeast expressway and South of Ken Arbre re. The petition has been signed by 68% of the residents. Sycamore township t r u s t e e s o p p Ose t h e Montgomery annexation which is supported by 137 of the 197 residents that live in the area. In a letter of protest to commissioners., the trustees stated that All 137 who signed the petition live in the Symmes township portion of the 9 20-acre tract and Are a attempting to impose their will on those in the Sycamore township area. The area is partly in by Cam. Ore township including commercial land along Montgomery re. At the 1-275 interchange but mostly in Symmes township. Trustees say that a i at inc a a humidifying air conditioning electronic air cleaners specialists in total Home Comfort . Wingerter co. W_984-8134_j Sycamore township r a i d e n t s and property owners in the Sycamore portion want their land to remain in the unincorporated township and asked commissioners to delete the Sycamore township part of the tract if they approve any of the annexation. County administrator r. A a Quot and e r egg recommended approval of the annexation because he said municipal services in this area will eventually be continued on Page 2 Here s Why Quot i hive by to doling at manner s for about 24. Year and Hava always to a Good if you can afford any shoes you can t afford not to Wear Florsheim shoes a Dun. The tree lighting ceremony at pleasant Ridge will be held sunday at 7 30 ., in Triangle Park under the auspices of the pleasant Ridge Community Council and the playground mothers. Dave Guenther will represent the Council and d o try Liao the mothers. Coffee and donuts will be served in town Hall after the ceremony. Regina High school choristers will appear at the a Celebration of life program at the zoo sunday at 1 30, under the direction of or. Mary Sherman. The annual Christmas program will open saturday at 11 . And run through Jan. 2. Animals relevant to the Christmas season will be on display along with a a twelve Days of Christmas exhibit. Nativity scene at Eden Park will be dedicated sunday at 3 . Jaycees to hold porch Lite pickup Sycamore Deer Jaycees will hold annual porch Lite pickup of clothing non perishable food and toys monday dec. 20, starting at 6 30 . Donated items will be used for needy families. Pickups will be made in the Deer Park Miltonvale and Rossmoyne areas. Anyone outside the pickup areas who would like to donate is asked to Call Pat of Leary 791-8103. New mayor in Indian Hill. William Mcdougall Kite 9645 Cunningham re. S u. C c e de s h. T r u x t u n Emerson who did not seek re election. Kite a partner in the Law firm of Cohen Todd Kite and Spiegel has served on i Indian he Council and last year was vice mayor. He is a member of the Board of directors and former president of Maple Knott Hospital and Home executive committee member of the Council on alcoholism and a member of the Board of trustees of the planned parenthood association. Park their Milldale lumber company lumber and plywood Cut to size Ca Runtura recommended for Ell types of remodelling. Secs Blue alb re. Rossmoyne 791-8122 u. Florsheim produces More Quality a hoes than any other Brand. Look around. Compare the Price with Quot Ordinary shoes. Then come in and see what value really Means. And at Marmer a we Don t just Sill shoe. We a fit them e 4102 Glen Way. Price Hill 4 Western Hills Plaza. 4 Cherry Grove Plaza e Kenwood mall the Quot Broadmoor Black e Brown Iva table to size 14 $24.49 most Flor she do shoes 19.99 to 29.99 most Imperial Stylet 39.95 cent fatal using Low cholesterol other special diet weight watchers a health foods 3314 Lin Wood my Lookout Hui p-Tfc-lwd.w-1 f the melodies and voices of Christmas will ring through n Kenwood malt during the holidays this year As area choral groups perform familiar musical selections of the yuletide i among those participating in the Christmas sing program at Kenwood mall Are the following groups Colerain High ensemble dec. 23 at 7 30 . And pleasant Ridge presbyterian choir dec. 20 at 7 30 . Kenwood mall has the shopper in mind All year round and especially at Christmas Tima. For extra convenience the mails Post office has established a temporary sub station where shoppers can mail letters and cards and Purchase Christmas Stamps. Wall there a less than two weeks left now to finish last minute shopping and Christmas preparations. Remember Kenwood mails forty two stores and shops offer fantastic selections of every Holiday need from gift items colourful decorations greeting cards delectable edibles and party fashions to Christmas Trees and All the trimmings. Shop Kenwood mail and enjoy the p re Christmas cheer a s paid advertisement i

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