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The Delhi Price Hill Press (Newspaper) - January 28, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioA spirit of Cincinnati All rights reserved by Greg hand i elh1 a Kichard Meyer 50h4 Grok Depointe Delhi owns the spirit of Cincinnati that is Meyer owns the copyright to the famous Quot spirit of Cincinnati Quot photograph depicting the 1 9 of / c<4r of v of no 49 41 661 3m0 news dept 642 aet a delivery service 642 8ttj6 Cincinnati. Ohio january 28, 1976 one Section 16 pages $6 50 a year by mail single copy 15c Chuck Mann left alias Quot Al Hombre Quot of Jaco custom vans painted Richard Meyer s spirit of Cincinnati on Meyers Van during a Van show. Mann spent 30 hours on the Job. Meyer at right holds his copyrighted photo for comparison. Murdock clashes with trustees Over county township Powers by Check Melvin Delhi stale pc Prestil at in r no a Titan Murdock claims his Quot views and positions on that aging Laws Tun Lerning Itu Reasing of township Powers were misrepresented a statements made recently by Delhi i rust Ler Oliie Woebber s Luebbers last week t barged Murdock with voting against the Liest interests of township residents he supporting a House Resolution 1 ailing for an increase in Power for counties but not townships Quot if the counties were to obtain to tiie rules without corresponding township auth Only local government in t be townships would he dead Lueb Fiers said not according to Murdock v support of the Resolution Grant Home Rule Only to counties i a Mur Dock said Quot was based on the belief that Houm Jurat Kesot ution ii2 the Resolution seeking added Power for townships a was going to he prov idled a fair hearing before this legislature after vote i Learned that the Democrat t Hainan of the co mutter which ordinal la hears such resold 11ons 1 Nadica truth at 1 he Tov 11sfiip Resolution was dead when i Learned of this i wrote him a letter staling that i was withdrawing Niv support of the county Resolution unless he guaranteed that the township Resolution a going to in Prev Deti a Lair and honest hear iii a that i s and a position in fore the shouting began Murdick k said he the hassle 1 am now getting he Tause i was aware before Hami. Of the altitudes and methods of Thos misrepresenting Vole Quot the Delhi Hoard of trustees last wednesday unanimously Pas de a Resolution Quot expressing extreme Digap postmen to n Murdock s vote and urging that he 1 Hange his position Murdock in his floor speech in the Resolution said Quot there s i Smiht the townships do Neeti additional author it and Power 111 certain areas particularly in our area we can do this we can do it separately and sub nut that we should do it i Don t think that this a Tion and action on ii half of the town ships Are Mii Tuati exd Sive i both Ami we it an do both at times 1 believe that we we Ca n i d life rent should Quot Lueb Fiers disagrees strongly a tile argue Zient to a give authority to just the county if Liat is All that s pos slide is totally without Merit Quot Lush Liers said without simultaneous township Aii Thorit the county Tom Vissio tiers could is iii p in Lake Over our Servo is. Make local det visions for us and our iii Eris would have no re i Ourse Quot Quot d Runty a Home Rule would redi Ite the Tori shift to Little More than i Solomes of the Torii to Quot Luebbers said Murdock noted that Jias Sage of the county Home Rule Resolution would Only mean that the Issue would a the Ohea asks 10 Board offering by Cal t k Melvin Dak. a the school Hoard and the leathers Assoc Matiun were hed Iileta to tel thurs Ian afternoon at 4 p to continue negotiating on non monetary items negotiations tin wages and benefits have been stung on sure Ltd i let Ember and the two Roufis have not vet agreed tin anything a was of right now., we re right we were Quot so id Steve Drinker Oak Hilts Oduca 11on Assisi do k a a press Lent the school Hoard has of Fereti the leathers a two Perteit raise Lor last Vear and a three percent raise firehouse set in Covedale a keen twin the t Ovendale firehouse of the Mack v oui steer fire department will he locate to on Vived Benear Muddy Creek lid Agre Meiu has been reached on the $27, h>0 Price tor the halt atre Between the t and o Linail Roath and the township the town shift save n will Sall the Kirev Toi isly Iro posed site. Siil Nev he placed the e people on election Day Quot Murdock his do not have enough Faith in the t to put the Issue in the hands of voters town Shiji trustee w Emerson i Hodes. However said it is a flu nitrous to have the people vote on everything the legislature decides Quot Rhodes noted that county Home r ule Bills have failed to pass on occasions in the when the Issue has been placed on the ballot. Murdock further defended his vote on the county Resolution by saying. A currently the township a legislature is essentially the Ohio general Assembly this is not right is Jet ally for larger townships if the county resold Titi were approved by the people the governmental decision making process would be improved by bringing it closer to the people than is now the Case. A however Luebbers said Quot the pro county interests must recognize they cannot succeed without including Greenbelt added to plan by Chuck Melvin Delhi a the proposal for a medical arts building tin Anderst ferry he has been withdrawn according to Nicholas la Scalea attorney for or Alfred haul financial percent raise three percent for thi Quot year the leathers Are asking for two percent for lat year and a ten percent raise for this year a starting Valary in Dak Hills is $.s.i2b Are always a said or Clifton Mcmahon Scutio superintendent however Mcmahon Sai d he stil does no to Peck any trouble in reaching an agreement with the Ohea. The representatives met with District teachers atle noon according to Steve Brinker president Quot we sex pet t to Settle on wage matters in the Verv near future Quot Hunker did nut Sav if that meant the leathers association had decided to be flexible in its desire for a 10 percent wage increase for this year he did say settlement could be reached a within a week or ,&Quot and did not Rule out the possibility that tuesdays scheduled meeting with the Board might produce a settlement a though Only non Mone tary items were planned to be discussed at that Lime Backer of the ende Avoir however. I,.a sea Lea said new plans for a medical arts building on the same site will he submitted to the Delhi zoning com Missim within the week the reason for the move la Scalea said is the recent o brain by or haul of an option to buy additional land around the site the new land would provide a a Greenbelt Quot around the proposed building hopefully appeasing some of the opponents of the project according to la Scalea withdrawal of the original proposal effectively puts the Issue Back on the drawing Board insofar As Delhi zoning is concerned. Though the zone change necessary for the offices to be built remains the same change of the proposal Means the zone change procedures must begin All Over. Thus the Public hearing which packed the township administration building two weeks ago is now meaningless see Page Tyler a Avidson Fountain with arms out St retch cd Tiv or Brig it i y lit sky i i be. The photo originated during the first Light up Cincinnati when downtown buildings were illuminated tor the Benefit of area shutter bugs. Meyer a lawyer by Trade shot an entire Roll of cityscape then rewound his film and shot the Roll again the form Tain above the City images. The print can now be considered unique. It is doubtful after the Energy Criasia that another Light up program will be held. In addition the Tyler Davidson Fountain has been modified to turn off during wind gusts and a Small Knob would appear in All current photographs. "1 was going to enter the print in a contest that was going on at the time Quot Meyer said. Quot but they wanted rights to the photo for a year so i Pul Leil out Quot instead he copy righted the print and had 2000 copies printed. He eventually inc or Pora ted As spirit of Cinci iii a ii inc. In order to sell the print and diversify into Quot spirit Quot related activities. A a it a a Good name Quot Meyer said Quot i think there is a real spirit to Cincinnati. Its a great town and its getting better. I d like to under the name of spirit of Cincinnati organize some things that could help that along Quot Meyer has been contributing part of his proceeds to the Ruth Lyons Christmas fund. To think that a a great program Quot he said. Quot Bob Braun has been one of the Best supporters. He ii or ported the print into his set one year and we gave him half the proceeds the at year for the the Cost of the print has been climbing steadily. Originally Selling for .125, it has doubled in Price and will soon Cost $75. Meyer said he was considering. Once 1000 prints were sold Selling the rest at $1000 a piece. The resulting $1 million would be used to set up a foundation a Community Center or some other civic activity. Quot but that a looking Way ahead now Quot he cautioned. Though Meyer owns the rights to the spirit of Cincinnati name other parties seem to agree with his taste a recent Van show tried Billing it self under the name. Meyer agreed to let them o 9�, the name following a negotiated settlement. The settlement included having his personal Van emblazoned with a replica of his print. Now a travel club in the area has christened its plane Quot spirit of Meyer said he May have to go to court to protect his rights Quot owning the spirit of Cincinnati has Cost a lot of time and Money Quot he said. A but its such a great name Quot of health de topics outlined by Chuck Melvin a school super it evident or Curiton Mcmahon a i pre tented a list it of topic s to the school boar d and curriculum Council for consist ration when implementing a health education program in the District the topics which Mcmahon has suggested let a implemented in the new health curriculum included Standard subjects such As Ferson Al health nutrition. Prevention of disease and disorder. Family life. Drugs narcotics and alcohol among others Mcmahon made his suggestions after anal zing the results of a questionnaire sent out in the fall the questionnaire listed the above subjects plus several others and asked parents if they had object Nuis or co ments. Judging by the questionnaires returned a which showed that Between f to fierce in to 90-Pius percent of the parents in the District had no objections at All to the topics a Mcmahon proposed the program to the school Board the proposed program outline will be formally discussed by the Board at its feb 16 Nve eting. Should the Hoard accept Mcmahon a outline specific texts and materials would have to be chosen to Deal with each topic. These materials would also have to receive Board approval Mcmahon presented the topics in response to a directive made by the Hoard last August when another health program a the school health education study a was eliminated from the District after several parents objected to its use. Commission Bicentennial okays events Slippery walks take toll of area mailman want Reg ular mail delivery Cir iii severe Snow and ice a it Mav he Cut off if your Wilks a re not or a red pro Perly Falls and injuries of five mail Lar ners from the Westwood Branch of fir on uncleared private sidewalks during mid january have impelled Harry Meyer Branch to Issue a precautionary Oriler to his l earners Quot they have Hee ii instr listed they Are to determine if walking conditions on private walkways Are Safe or unsafe Quot he said Quot if unsafe the carriers Are not required to deliver the mail th18 has been the worst casualty list he a k seen at one time among his Post men he i Maui red during the Jan 7 Snow storm Carrier Jos Rajih Lanzarotto 423 Anderson ferry Hedeshi fell and broke his upper left Arm on Shar Lene or. Mack he under Wen i surgery at St George Hospital on Friday Jan 23. W Hen his Arm Didin l set pro Perly two other Era huh Palmen suffered fractures in Falls Ian 14 Kohnert Lindsey. 42d9 Grotto to at Hev lot broke his upper right Arm and right Elbow on a or a ase i it ave walk in Westwood a lid had surgery one Day later in Providence Hospital. William Becker. 326 1 Dickinson ave Green township a Trike a rth 111 a fall on his route on his Home Street and still was in St George Hospital Friday Jan 2.1. Recovering from pneumonia Quot two other carriers had minor injury les in fall h on priv ate walks that weren to cleared in Jamiar Quot Coni a railed Meyer Quot die of them Wasny table to work for he next two Days working out of the Western Hills Hranich office on i Crookshank he proved to be not quite so dangerous. According to hav hemp Ling the delivery suit Erv isor there three carriers suffered ii mtr injuries out of that office. Gayle Kell missed some working time from a Hui so cd hip. Brown was a it it on Light duty after i w is an Aikle in a near fall and Hill Renzenkuper was off four Days after pulling a thigh a muscle Hempfling echoed the words of the w is t w o i cd s u per 1111 e n d i it a y t n a Quot on the first Day out after a big Snow storm i. We att Emit to make delivery even though there is the risk of falling. After that of the sidewalks leading to he uses Arentt cleared i. Well go on a spokesman tor the once Hill Post office said they w Ere Quot fortunate enough not a a have any serious injuries Quot one Carrier Stirk out of that office slipped and suffered a twi Steil Hack hut did not any w Ork because of the injury act now did you see All those classified ads in the press hundreds of residents Are offering it Ems for Sale in the new Quot pay if you sell Quot program Jolt k Una Onove la ale sold two items the first Day the p Ress Ca out and called the press Oil ice the same Day to Tell us and pay for his ads s of too can gel on the ground floor hut you must act now All 542-ltll3i liner deadline monday. 1 30 Delhi a about 50 people gathered at the township administration bldg. Thursday night for the meet of the Bicentennial commission the meeting was highlighted by a lecture Given by or John Patton of the Cincinnati historical society on the development of the Northwest terr11ory Bicentennial activities approved by the commission at the meeting include a a written history of Delhi township. Which is being headed by sue Brunsman a a county fair scheduled for june 20 at Delhi Park sponsored by the commission with various township organizations running Booths a painting Tif a Blue s Pruce t ree at the Entrance of the township Park As a memorial a a Aback to �?T76 Days Quot scheduled for May 6 at Harrison school grounds including souvenirs hand crafted items demonstrations on log cutting splitting weaving Etc. A Quot services Day Quot also on May h at . Harrison cooperation with the maintenance department zoning commission. Police and fire departments. Ill which the various t u in in 1 p serv in a departments will have their Equi ziment of display Fot de to nil rat us and explanation of each departments function. A Delhi Garden club will help with a contest Between township resident it for the Best decorated Ards on a Bicentennial theme. The next scheduled meeting tot the Bicentennial commission will he feb 26 township sets position on prevailing wage Law Delhi a township attorney h Patrick h i i e v a n n o u n c e d at wednesdays Board of trustees in tag his interpret at Ion of an Ohio prevail log wage Law requiring the township top a workers the prevailing wage As set by the stale on All work contracted by the township excess of $2 Hio township clerk James hoi tel has been informed by Norma Fishter regional inspector for the stale dept of Industrial hela110ns. That the township has been in violation of the 1 a w s i Nee september. 1974 according to Holey the Law does t apply to any Job costing s2 had or less he Sai d it is Al so argue file whether it applies to the mate Nance of Raits Riley said primarily the la w a spites to any new construction contracted by the township. A a it a not the clearest statute in the w or old 1 done to said Hiley Hiley suggested that Quot every time we have a Job Over $2 he it we need to come Back to the statute see if its Ccu Vered and do what we have to Quot traditions topple at pm civic club Dan re in he 45� of 0,�,k Hills stopped this shot Atte mph he hand Reynold s of Forest Park before it got started Friday in Forest Parks narrow win looking on Are Trank h Lith .14 i Jeff heat Zelma ii to la he a Gro Ihk t and to did diet Rich foreground t Gary Kessler photo Price Hill a traditions Are to i Ptg this 111 o nth 111 the usually stable Price Hill civic club not Only did the club change its Long revered starting for monthly meet pigs this t u essay night Jan. 27 from 8 30 to 8 p m., but executive Secretary Ernest Beverman announced that increased postage rates May impel the club to eliminate mailing of its newsletter to All persons who d Oitt pay their annual dues before Early february. Tuesday nights meeting in the United savings Assn building 4980 cd ten Way ave., was to have featured a film lecture on cardiac arrest by James Hoffman and Kathy Meyer from St Francis Hospital
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