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The Delhi Price Hill Press (Newspaper) - January 14, 1976, Cincinnati, Ohio 1 a 1 ii it of a dept -5/ h8 jts classified press delivery service Cincinnati. Ohio one Section s6 50 a year by rail 542-88j6 january 14. 1976 pages smile copy 15c�?~i know that Guy a District three officer Vorherr identifies suspect from sketch by Chuck Melvin District the Kkt a if All pole officer in the world Pooh shed inferno trek similar to it that oof District three officer Roger Vorherr criminals would be forced to remain under Over a the rally a if they a expect half a Chance to of remaining at Large. Voter or a colera in township resident displayed remarkable retail ability in aiding Newport police in the capture of Charles Bod Ley last week Bodley is accused of shooting Newport Rolice officer Gerald Early on dec. 26 it seems that on nov 29 a almost a month before the Roger Vorherr Newport shooting Trident a Vorherr filed Field interrogation reports on four people he found parked nexus Larosa s restaurant on Boudinot ave. At three in the morning. The filing of such a report is fairly routine according to sgt. George Waters of District three. One of the four reports was on Bodley. Then on Jan. 4, at morning Roll Call an artist s composite drawing of the suspect in the Newport shooting was shown to officer Vorherr. He remembered filing a report on someone resembling the sketch and contacted Newport police. Working with the Kentucky authorities Vorherr identified the us sent As Charles Bodley. Of 6 6 it Bantry. The apprehension of the suspect was then no problem. District three authorities have recommended Vorherr receive a letter of commendation for his work on the Case. Quot it was a Good piece of police work a according to sgt Waters. Vorherr comes from a police family his father being a former detective. Vorherr s been with the Cincinnati police division since he was appointed a recruit in March of 1967. He entered Cincinnati District three for work in june of Lam year. According to sgt. Waters he has a Quot very High efficiency Hills opens contract negotiations by Cal Fli Melvin Hills a Huigh then is ii Elk lit a Trike in the a District both to lib Oak Mills Assn it >11 k a t rih Riff ing dist re t Tea limit ii Natl it Are i h1u1 Wirght Latris a Iiri Fittl finder w a Ltd Irsyl iii t is lat t i Lull til h Lith i it s in inn Tii i i a is k measures Are Akell negotiations on non Nio dietary items have been going on for a i in her of weeks the St Hool Board has hired an attorney. George Roberts to handle its part of the talks. The Ohea is being represented by attorney Fred Kloppert according to or. Clifton my Mahon District supervisor re Berls is also the att Trixey retained try the Hamilton county school Hoard for its Legal matters Mcmahon said he expects negotiations to enter the financial stages sometime this week the Board was scheduled to meet with its attorney on monday night in a c closed doors session according to Steve banker president of the Ohea the executive a Mitlee of his group was also supposed t i meet monday to Diw uss contingencies available to the association Quot we do have a problem from our Point of View Quot tinker said. Quot w e went to court last year to Force the Board to negotiate the court ruled in the teachers favor then an Appeal ruling came Down also m the teachers favor on dec. H 1197.5� an injunction said the Board was to begin wage negotiations within i Days of that. We sat Down with the Hoard on dec land our original demands were Brinker said adding a that was Par for the course. Quot but the boards counter offer was to give us a raise of one half percent. Be did no to consider it bargaining in Good Faith a banker said sunday he had not heard for sure if the school Board was intending to negotiate again soon on monetary matters Quot if the Board will not come to the table a he said Quot Well try to get some sort of contempt citation against Brinker also said the Board has not yet it seemed prepared to handle financial talks presumably. Monday s meeting Between the Board and its attorney was meant to erase that shortcoming. An ice hockey game above was held Mil t cd i a k end his Holt s Frozen Lake. Slevc s Warsaw i ski Sci i ii Pri it entail Tutura get Uden of we>1 Ern Hilis hit a it a Hitti thou Hie i iii thine id t hcs game is not hid a tiiu of t n Kater not recorded. Hut the determination on the faces indicates an exciting afternoon skating at the Lake lasted from 9 am until Midnight with an average of about i i persons constantly on the ice i a a Hoto he Lolini Ritchie i a Delhi senior citizens la it la. Kiich in Chi i if lev a poke till i in Chi Vii for iii Eris Pho div Tannou ibid it the Hoard of l in i a Mil Ting night the i1h of Riih at Ion of i Quot group As i Chi Loucio hip a be Liioi citizen Quot Multi ser \ 1 Ces. Inc i 1 get is chair my i a Iro vein of the Organ nation the Citi ens base been urging the Hoard of trustees to establish a enter where the so Nior iii ens could Nuet and us for social functions i he Hoard is wait him for approval of a re Makin elected to third term As county police Assn. President i Low Aid Makisi. I libel of the i Delhi limit slip i la i id 1 Deparl Ine it. Will he iii till his third term As pres Ide tit of the Lia Mihon a of into police a Sti on . Ian in at the car Lousel inn 1 ills a of ill till second Tii iii in the ii ail Litt inst Orv of i in a nil it on i ounts a olice Assn Fiat a Meither has Lien ele led to three Polisei a ivc Tertius pies Dell Kiu Eget retired Chiet of the Village police department .11 order the Honor in Iti in 19.59 and i iii Quot my re election was sort of a ii Nute thing a Chiet make said it and it Logia i in late inst v n c Prcz Side it to the pies demo Fadlo Witzig two 1 1111&Quot o i lie it inside no hut this Itell neti Quot a hotel of so Baronville had Quot of iii i mini v treat Tai Prole iii and was i o i i n i to i a iii six t i e i to is till ii rival s when Tiev Tain to me and i Quot ked me to Lun again a Makisi said Hie annual Teiei Noiin will Atli ail several Hundred of Omni tvs a Polne officers. Indue re s Lii Innon it a rid i e the to Kiister of item mrs chores again recalling intimate details it poli activities a serious and funny the annual Emil Otting Ward. Named for former Hamilton county police head Emil Outing Wilt he pre sen ted by Emil s son. Ron it Ting inn y or of Green Hills t he association s police shooting trophies will he Given out by William Niehold of Indian Hill who almost always wins the top award he a Range officer for the Indian Hiu police other offic ers to he installed in the association Are chief w Wllliam Barnett Indian Hill first vice i residents a chief Robert Heller St Bernard Sec hid vice president. It Thomas men trip Amberley Village Secretary. Norman Kern son Chc Susie Railroad let i live treasurer and directors. Rav m Lori. Montgomery. Lack Ahern even Date Lincoln Stokes. F a Lack i a a Quot iii Coroner s i ii v est i Gator w1111 a in Bracke my innate police Robert Hovater. Ohio slate police Paul kicker. Hamilton county sheriff and Marne Wesselmann -ir., superintend Ideiil Hai Avilton county Corii Nunica lion Center Ciuc St for $ 7d.ddo in Federal Community development fund it from the dept of housing and i Rhan development to finance the venture it is also waiting for an opinion from Tom Foster. Township Park Hoard attorney and r Patrick Hiley. Attorney for the trustees on the legality of the Park Board Selling or leasing land t o the lows hip for the purpose of i gilding a new facility or renovating the existing Park Lodge the senior c Iti ens also rec tested an indication of the trustees intentions it interning the proposed senior Cithens Center. Specific Cathy a if i h e 1 a a r k Board w in 1 1 ease o r donate lain to the is Nior citizens will the trustees allocate the s7t�. H�0 in Community development funds if approved to erect a building on that land a would Matching funds from the t r ii St be s tie a v a 11 a h i e j Tome la Elliers president of t he Board of trustees said the trustees answer those c questions until Thev received opinions from Foster and Riley Quot its extremely premature 1 want to commit myself or the Board to any plan at this said trustee w Emerson Rhodes. Quot a you can t Force us to say what Well do until we get the Money a Quot we re Only hoping Sonu thing can he done As a prickly As it can he sex led 1 ted a said de Riley a a we re not being unusually Pushy. It s just that May lie we re not Gonna he Here that Long a some of cautioned the senior Citi ens against a getting your Hopes up about getting this accomplished too a quickly a said Lue hers citing the Long Lime it took to get the town Shiji and 111 i it i is r a t Ion Ini 11 d i n g co list r u c t de. ,Hon said Quot i think the a Mocta Tion realizes theft Nancian problems we he said the boards books Are open to the association for inspection. However Mcmahon agreed Quot certainly. They the teachers Are due for an increase. In nation has hit them As hard As the rest of us a the Supe Rifi pendent did not speculate on the size of any such increase to which the Board might agree. One problem which the Ohea has already seen arise in Early negotiations is the time period with which the two groups Are concerned. Brinker said the teachers see the court Ord cred negotiations As dealing first with the 1974-75 school year and then separately with the 1975-76 year. However Brinker said the Board of education a position Quot is to give us a Lump Type package for the two school he said the Ohe a will have trouble accepting such a negotiating meetings will be going on most Likely for a number of weeks. Quot i want to mention the word a strike just yet Quot Ohea head Brinker again anything is Alao Brinker said Quot i want to mention any percentages or anything concerning the salary increases being sought Ullh we be had the Chance to Ait Down with the Board and talk things out. We be kept fairly quiet a so far hoping we could work out these things without too much being blown out of according to Mcmahon school Board administrators Are hoping an agreement can be worked out with the Ohea Quot before the end o f chief Lay negotiator for the Ohea is mrs. Barrye Einhaus a teacher at Bridgetown Junior High. Brinker said he is also closely involved As is Ray Sutherland the uni server representative for the Oak Hills District. Concerning the talks on non Mone tary matters which have gone on so far Brinker said the Ohea has not been satisfied with its Progress hut a we done to feel we re to the Point that its absolutely hopeless. But we Don t feel the Board has made any legitimate counter offers Espelage is appointed in to zoning commission by Bill Koch Delhi a the udi Tiant a Point of View won t he loss t o the Delhi zoning commission. The Board of trustees approved a motion by trustee w Emerson Rhodes appointing Carol Espelage. 4371 Clover Hiu Terr. To the commission at the Board s meeting wednesday night Espelage replaces Virginia Wilde who is now serving As towns hip trustee. A she impressed Rue with her attention to detail and interest in the said Rhodes Quot i think it s important to preserve the woman s Point of View quite frankly we did t have a woman after Ginger left hut i Don t expect her to be a Token. That a i Razy agrees with the need for a woman a View hut her interest is not restricted to representing women a when i was Campaign manager for Ginger w ittes. 1 listened to her and a lot of other people to Al k about zoning. It seems like a question in everyone a mind As to where we re the township going Quot said Espelage "1 think a woman with a family can give a different a perspective because a woman is iii a Coli Infinity Day in and Day out. She is really. Motes than most men a re a i r is i d e it o f t h e to in Imi n i t y. That s her world a this will be Espelage s first political position but she views that Lack of experience As an asset. Quot i think 1 have a completely open mind a she said. Quot maybe in a inexperienced but i can Start from the Bottom and be completely Board president Jerome Luebbers cited Espelage Slack of experience As one of the reasons he voted for her. Carol Espelage a i see Carol As someone who can add a lot to the Board in other said Luebbers. Quot some times. The Best experience is no expert ence. W e done to need the Guy who a been involved for 30 years. We need new Rhodes expressed a concern for maintaining balance on the zoning commission. Quot we Only had four applicants who really de format presentations and two of those were real estate men who Are already represented. Another real estate Man would tend to Over balance the Board. Carol does t have any axe to grind Quot Rhodes said. Espelage 34, was bom and raised in the West Ern Hills area having lived in Delhi for the past to years. She is a graduate of St. Teresa Grade school and Seton High school. She spent two years As a girl scout and was Secretary on the Board of the de Shire women a club for two years. She has done Volunteer work at St. D of Init Church h and for the w is Tern Hills treatment Center for brain damaged children a cause she continues to work at. Her political experience has been restricted to serving As Campaign manager for Virginia Witte last fall. Carol and her husband b Ruce have one girl a sixth grader at St. Dominic. Lehman Landfill site in jeopardy by Chuck Melvin prick Hill a several area grips ii Liuying the East once Hill Eiliv Iru Mitental committee have been discussing the Landfill near Lehman re. Behind Roberts Minior High for several weeks. T he fill of died and operated by Cleveland wrecking has come under increasing criticism of late the face of first caller buys it was t he first caller w to purchased the dishwasher of Mary Delaney of once Hill your no longer needed items also Are Worth dollars to you if you make use of the press classified columns. The press classified a a s r e a c h e s t h o ii san d s o f potent Lai customers each week give it a try Call 542-6838 liner deadline monday. 1 30 . The Landfill cannot be adequately covered and Lehman re residents Quot strongly oppose anything that could be done to continue the fill according to Joe Otto newly elected chairman of the Price Hill study cd roup. During a recent meeting with Cleveland wrecking representative Don safer. Lehman re. Residents indicated their dissatisfaction with the fill. However. Lowell Murrell of the East Price Hill environmental committee. Expressed another concern if Cleveland is not allowed to continue the fill he said Quot in a concerned that that vacant piece of land will remain just As it Murrell said he Hopes Cleve land will work out a method acceptable to t he area residents of improving the fill and them it Hod or of reaching it a another sore spot for Lehman re people. Consequently. Murrell and several others from the environmental committee have asked the City planning commission to extend Cleveland a permit until Jan. 16. Cleveland a permit to use the fill otherwise would have expired weeks ago had the permit expired when it was supposed to Murrell said the planning commission would no doubt have refused to renew it based on the Many complaints about the fill. Then he said Cleveland pro Bably would have simply abandoned the fill leaving it in its present unacceptable condition. Murrell said the door has been left open for Cleveland wrecking to talk with area groups in Hopes of working out a solution to the problem. How a Ever As of the Jan. H Price Hill study group meeting nothing had been heard from the company a though Lehman re. Residents attended to reaffirm their discontent with the fill. The Cleveland permit to dump at the site runs out Friday. Unless negotiations with area groups Are rapidly completed Cleveland Wilt no doubt lose us permit to dump there. And the Landfill will no doubt remain As it is now. Quot it All depends on How bad they need the dump there Quot Murrell said

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