The Delhi Price Hill Press in Cincinnati, Ohio
11 Feb 1976

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11 Feb 1976

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The Delhi Price Hill Press (Newspaper) - February 11, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioDelhi Board violated states a Sunshine Law Fri a vol 49 no 4j bbl news dept m2-b8.�8 classified delivery service s42 8036 Cincinnati Ohio one Section $6 50 a year by mail february 11. 1976 �?T6 pages Smigie copy is trustees seek control of Delhias Park Board by Nill Koith the township Board of i re staffs took the initial step to shift the re a Poi Schilit it for operation of Delhi in Ark Iroini the bark Hoard to the Hoard of trustees he present my that Iro Hisai to the Park Hoard at the trustees wednesday meeting pre edit la the Park is administered Hgt tin Park Hoard huh is appointed a the mounts to Omni ii pleas court and i Isis a a separate governmental entity within the township the Board of trustees Lii is no o ver Park a t in it les Hoard of trustees president Jerome said he has received Assur and a irom state Hep Norman a Mur Doik that he would sponsor and sup state legislation to make the t Hange the t Ontko Versy a Row out of the township s attempt to build a be tuor Kiti Eris Tail it on Park land with Federal loin unit development funds. A Liouta Thev la tort i Oming last week trustees attorney k Patryk Hiles and Park Hoard attorney torn Foster and v is a Fht Hoard of trustees it would Fie Piluga to use the Federal Niones in that was he Taus of the exist Niue of a spa rate Park Hoard at sed Neslav s Nieting. Though. Foster i flanged his opinion "1 be been operating under two err is said Foster thought it ithe iii or a Iti Eris Kiwi Dingi was strut la tor Tfir seniors now i hear its for i he other error was i Trio unlit the Lutis would flow into the township Treasury but now 1 under stand there is no fund flow if Vou re talking Afi out a Lodge that s open to Ever voile i Don t see Liiv problem Quot hut Hiles did no to change his. To prion 1 still Don t s4-e How the trustees loud do int Feille. What Thev Iti Ulen t do Dir a t in. He said the alternatives now fur securing the 1 enter for the seniors. Aee ording to Are a the Tow. Nushi is applied Tion to the dept of housing and Urban development Hud the Soune of the Tom Munith development funds Remi Esting the funds in the name of the Park Lioard Luel Fiers said he has been nov Irv James Law re ,.d of the ounts off he of the u program that t he township would lose the funds if it Nicatie the i Hange this late in the apply action Proi Ess a proceed to Huv land and t oust nut i fir f i i lit v on township property a t in e legislate ii top lace Vout Rol of tie Park under the trusted s the trustees unanimously favor the Louise of Eor revive legislation Quot the Chan cent might be the easiest and quickest solution if we Van get the support of the Park Eor Mission a said Luebbers but the seniors facility is not the trustees Only reason for seeking the change Quot now that we re faced with this Crit Ual problem we should Clear the air while we have the Opportunity a said Lue tiers trustee w Emerson Rhodes said the Ivha nge would enable the to no hip to Channel Revenue sharing funds into the Park a we be had Revenue sharing Money the last few years we put into the Park because of this artificial meaningless situation a said Rhodes Park Frank a u be Rimer Kel took i with the proposed change a i be never wanted to see the Park come under the trustees a he said Quot because when there Are changes in the admin it a ration. There Are changes in other t hugs former trustee Gil Faigle also disagreed with the trustees move 1 m Strong la against corrective legislation a he said a its a proven fait that separate entities Van exist in government i see no reason for change at this time Quot Rhodes and Luebbers both emphasized the Park would not lose their jobs if the Park were placed under trustee coi Itro and commended them for the work they be Stuie in the past Quot no one is criticizing the Park Lioard a said Luebbers Quot we just want to alleviate these problems in the future the Park belongs to the be j a of the Community and should be run he this Community it would t change the status to of the present Board or what their responsibilities would he. Except that you would be answerable to the Hoard we Are answerable to the people in. The i Community a speaking for the Park Hoard commissioner Glen Garter said the Park Hoard would advise the trustees As to its official position regarding the t Hange after the commissioners have a Chance for further discuss Oti. He would not name a Date for communicating that position Luebbers said even if the Park Hoard won t support it. The trustees will con Timie to press for the change Quot Nti. That wont Stop the Hoard Well pursue the matter to the sex ten i that Well try to make the situation known to the said Lush Ihus s there be other alternatives to corrective legislation but they would have to be researched by Riley and Foster meanwhile trustee Virginia Witte suggested in the Light of Foster s modified opinion the trustees seek a county prosecutor a a opinion on the legality of building an addition onto the Park Lodge township clerk James Holtel was directed to write the prosecutor Lor that opinion de i Ley spokesman for senior citizens inc., the seeking the facility was not pleased with the status of his groups project Rhodes told Riley his group was Quot a catalyst for a change that could Benefit everybody Down the Road a but Riley did no to see it Way Quot once More this outfit is being led Down the Primrose said Hiley Quot i feel like we Vel it Een kicked around we care for what we re after a a hut Luebbers said the senior citizens problem is a if 9 percent solved it s Only a question of Why and when and How a by Bill Koch Delhi a the Park Hoard apparently violated the slate s new a a Sunshine Law when it met on saturday Jan. J1 and sunday. Feb. I without notifying the news Media the Quot Sunshine Law prohibits a decision making body from meeting Quot unless it give at least 24 hour Advance notice to the news m Edia that have requested notification Quot former managing editor of the press Dan Hopwood affirmed that he requested notification by Richard Koch Park Board clerk of All Park Board meetings at the time the Law was enacted a i done to know if it ithe meetings was in violation of the Law or not a said Park Board attorney Tom Foster. Quot All .1 know is i was called t o a meeting. .1 did t give the Sunshine Law a thought Quot the Law provides that a every Public body shall by Rule establish a reasonable method whereby any person May determine the time and place of ail regularly scheduled meetings and the time place and purpose of All special but Foster said the Park Board has drawn up no guidelines to meet that Section of the Law. A no. Its common know ted be Park Board meets every second tuesday a he said Foster said the Board met saturday to discuss the possibility of the Park Board applying for Federal Community development funds on its , which it learn. was impossible. He did not know who called the saturday meeting he said the sunday meeting attended by representatives of senior citizens. Inc., was held at the Park Lodge a to see if the seniors still had. An interest in an addition to the Park Lodge that meeting was called by the Board in what Foster called a Quot joint decision Quot the seniors indicated at the meeting they did have an interest in the addition. of trustees president Jerome Luebbers was rankled Over the meetings Quot either there should have been no meeting at All or we the trustees should have been he said. Quot uni a int be Disapio Foster admitted the saturday meeting was private and said the sunday meeting a you can construe any Way you want. It was in the Lodge and the door was open a but no attempt was made to Contact the news Media. Park commissioner Glen Carter explained the purpose of the special meetings. A e had some m Ini n form a Tion on this thing the proposed senior citizens Center. We wanted to make sure they the seniors be Carter said the news Media were not informed because no one thought to do so a it came up very suddenly a he said. Quot both meetings were rather according to the Quot Sunshine Law a a a member who knowingly violates an injunction pursuant to this division May be remo Ved from office by an a Chi on brought in the court of common pleas for that purpose by the prosecuting attorney or the attorney a i x Delhi scout troop St built this Tower More than w feet tall to commemorate a scout sunday this past weekend. The troop is located at St. John Church on Neeb re. John Ritchie photo Helpin g to Rel Ocate t he o office of the Santa Maria neighbor Hood h ouse in Price Hill was this varied contingent including from left Jim Mathews District three officer. Linda hoop. Santa Maria social worker. George Schmelzer. Santa Maria youth it it Raker. Steve Lange director. Jane von Hagel senior citizens outreach worker Gurnie Simpson. Or Matt Long Larry Bill Dave Lafevers Sam Glover and Pat Marksberry. Santa Maria Secretary mrs Louis w Werner of Westwood said she received an Quot incredible number of Calls from her Quot pay when you it Ell classified and in the pres t sell 5-12 8838 i int r deadline 1130 pm monday China your and also can bring Quick results through the press classified columns but you must 1. All colonies declare Independence Oak Hills Scho ols a the children of Pat trim be s fifth Grade at c o. Harrison school have issued a special edition Handwritten newspaper telling of the signing of the declaration of Independence. The paper called Quot the included articles and pictures produced by every student in the class. Students studied the american revolution through reports films and filmstrips and each was Given a Chance to sign a class copy of la ration using a stick pen along Side Ben Franklin John Hancock and the other Origina 1 revolutionaries. Articles in the paper included interviews with Patrick Henry Thomas Jefferson. George Washington and others As to their reaction to the signing of the declaration of Independence. One student reporter a a interviewed the King of England and wrote a when asked How he Felt about the declaration of Independence the King re plied treason they can to do this to me. I m the King a t he reporter continued. then he stomped off his throne and out of the reporter. Kelly Kincaid other stories included a reports from the Battlefront a a death notices a Quot letters to the As Well As advertisements for new muskets Blacksmith work and to join the army. A be w cartoons were included making fun of the British the King and taxes. The four Page paper was to be put on display in the school Library for other students to steel Der again excels in Scholastic Art show Ettli r i Gli St Hool students Peren incl t i r iii r u Iri t he Anicua i St hoi a sin an and photography awards i in h t Iti ii at so Iloilo a have turned m their Best perform tue Ever winning five Art part Folio awards Tine pli4�t Ugra priv Portia Din award to to Halh Nark awards and 50 tit her ii w girds. F tir a Rolal of my 2 i to mag Dis Plav s the winning Hitler entries were Seleti etl from a total of 7.864 entries Fri iii , in the show Accord my to hts a to Regory. F Der Art director the highest award in the exhibition is the portfolio finalist a total of 11 such awards were granted this year nine in Art and twi in photography. Six of t Hose ii went folder we Udemi to. Ill photography senior striker was one of two portfolio winners in Art. Elder seniors Jerry Art portfolio winners from elder at the Scholastic Art show included. Front Row from left Jim St . Fred hotel Gerry Bedel ii cond Row j5i pm i Lar p Elihu Hob Greg Oryle Acher Giitl Kurt Jil Inker. Bedel. Ittin Harpenau fret Tuel. Kurt Junker and Jim Stdio Thauer won port Fol itt it w of is the a hallmark award is the no Quot prestigious award for individual it it res of Art at the show two elder entrants. Ted Babel and Ken Neiheisel Reum Ved that Honor. Set on High old. Elders next door neighbor also turned in an in Pressie so towing in the exhibition Seton s t therme hell was Tine of the four entrants tto pick up hallmark awards set on grabbed a total of .18 a w a re s a t t shit w t his is t he 4ftth year for t he Scholastic Art awards Jiro Gram Ctm ducted nationally by Scholastic magazines various classifications include paint ing drawing printmaking design. Three Dimen Ithial Art and up it to Graphy submitted it National Competition in new York will 122 outstanding pieces from the Shiloh to a show awards on the natural level include Gold medals scat it warships and Cash s everal area High schoo l Slu dents a 1st won awards at the it it i Peti Tion winners listed by school include senior div Taion Oak to Toni is Viool , o o i Lri i i a finn Lix Stith in jul it l w it i .n4.hi�. T my ii. A he i Kos h 1 a 4oi Ivy to ii a w a irl i i Lii iii iii a ivly Mtnlion Llu Mth Titor Van lip i4�r Fitial Itil Vrh Pip a in k a kit Liloria of Tipitt All Walent i Noial up Man t Loii iii ii i Rel 1mi>pi Lik Alrh whip a Linvik iii ii up nth Nim Lipini i m i a he n k Kcal ii Markr wetly f i i �1 a i him k k Wylli finn i i kit Ait i iii a of Nicart the Kinali l Ink raw in Kinali i i in tin skin in Ciu in Kiich i i Horn a Ink Ursa tiny Mark Ishri ii Kirk Lii Mali to Huotari morn Osterv Ink Prav Uii finalist St Ftp link a it tax in. 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Fred Hole i Oit Lolio final lat Lamea St i i o i i Lolini Finali Litton Harjay Viau in or Lolio of malian Ikirt Jinker in Twitt Idini finalist in Etui Stix Kei photo Iti Apt to Tirtlot it finalist Skivin Hugh t Al Rome hell in Astel t Saxon i har Eoal Halir Nark finalist Lati Jnette bin is t Tatton f i i i Alisa fax amp re tue Lvi r a of malts to inn k i it i h i t Rii l k. I a f i n a 11 s l i a t l h to n i mixed Media finalist Theresa Bauer Ink draw i finalist i rut linger Blat k a White a be Sharon Angel Bryk Blat k amp White Ket Mussa Heni Sath att Liis Kev str plus a hex i Atria Star Dina Ink draw my key a Len Yudd i Astels Crayon t har Eoal hex Dameta Saxnor ins Pratt no Lon tether Ink drawing hex. W Ater Solors hex Debbie Kellex Watert lors hex loan 1�?T it Tieti water Tolores hex Margaret Soheid mixed Media hex Sutu x in us Ink drawing Hont Tabie mention Heise Whitaker in Entil drawing hint Rable Meium t Athy Hanekamp Waleri olters Hont Tracie men Tion Baton in Encil drawing i Ito Rable mention Catherine Bell pent to drawing honorable mention. Patritia Malex lentil drawing honorable mention Theresa Hauer a ent la drawing me Ntim Carole is n g i e 11 n n to Quot 11 r a w i n g h on it r a 1� 1 a m e ii l i on Megan Hunt mixed Milta honorable men Litvyn Lenny Ludd in Entil drawing him Oracle Mentrin Bridges at Clits Honor men Titan Aliitia Star Dina hut a while honorable mention. Sharon Kneel Bryk Kex creative design honorable mention Angie i Reutlinger Blat a while honorable . Kex amp t Reata be i l design honorable or ration. Kaiho r les Urnberg Blat amp White Mentton Carla Hornsby .4tryits Tio Orabie mention Rose Whitaker printmaking honorable mention. Jeannette Behrens water Volt it is honorable mention. A Eitsa Laynor Ink drawing honorable Mentton Hsih ,�, r so ere.1 k x amp. Coral the Des i i key o i am tin o aks v of Ati in Al Steve Jenn i to Logra thy of Mast Michael Birmingham la Hoto grat it he finalist we Stern Hills Hloch Tobx lax water Tolores honorable men turn Junior division Seton much Mary Lynn Smith in Entil draw my a of malian Jenny my a Chart oat i i or Mentton. Julie Dwyer to hartal honorable Mentton mat Ann Haneberg charcoal honorable Mentton. Karen Meister i Rayon honorable mention Tina Cit it Eldner Ink drawing hex notable mention Okuhi 311 hich t Era c Legory in a my making finalist Mike i Leterr Faste to. Crayon i Harrow t finalist. Sotl la her Terai in design key Tony Lascalea Fencil drawing Kex Laura Kegg Fasi Els or axons Chart Al honorable Merit us a Helt Miller Fenzil Iraq my honorable mention Scott Frondorf Pencil let rating honorable mention. Mark Woodward Encil drawing honorable mention. Laura Kegg a Encil drawing honorable mention. Julie Ditonto in Encil drawing honorable mention. Scott Freston bulk amp White honorable mention mind sir biker mixed Media Honor mention. Barbara Nead Ink drawing honorable mention St William Marx Paul Watercolours a honorable mention. Steve Herbert Ink drawing honorable mention Mary Steele t Harco a honorable m a p 11 of n. K a r v n b r u n s it 11 s h. I i n i i 1 e mention or a Al it a of to chefs my Wolt pastels. Crayon Char tial honorable ment Ion Culrain or. High Susan Bod Walt Watercolours Kex. David i Petrechi mixed Metilia it Orabie mention Klaune Sab Raml Watercolours a a ,or, a in think a Anna lit sins. Waler Tolores honorable mention Al Nick Hloch James Bohan pastels. Crayon. Charcoal hallmark finalist. Pencil drawing honorable mention. Deborah Williams Watercolours a key. Diana Federman a Pencil drawing key. Diane Fleissner p Encl drawing key Lisa die ner a Ink Rawung a key. Ink dra wig a Honi Crable ment Mil. Handy Kelt Man mixed Media key. Bill Trosse Ink drawing honorable mention. Daniel Smith Ink drawing honorable mention. Susan vue Ink drawing honorable mention Andrew Gutzwiller Ink drawing honorable mention Andy m asset i pastels. Crayon amp t h a r c 1 h of m r a b 1 e men 11 on. J e n n y pit u n s 11> be pastels c Tayo Rii. Charcoal. Meir Len m i Hael con w a a tel s. C Rayon c a ,l honorable mention. Troy Hayes Pencil drawing honorable mention Tammy Ford Pencil drawing honorable mention Hill Crosse pastels. Crayon. Charcoal. Polly Leitsinger w Aten Solors honorable mention Kloek High Jeff Rev a Black ii. White a a final

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