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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - June 06, 1979, Cincinnati, OhioDavid Kramer with one of his earlier creations. Pleasant Ridge teen paints Way to Honor by Mark Schmeer for a Guy who took up Art seriously Only a year ago David Kramer has come along Way. Kramer a 17-year-old May 27 graduate of Purcell a High school recently received National honors when his a a a Day dream Quot painting was one of 57 Art works from All Over the United. States chosen As winners in the National hallmark Competition. The com. Petition took place in new York and David Only found out about his selection a couple of weeks ago. His painting was in new York As a result of being one of five finalists in the Shillito s Scholastic Art show. The finalists came from All Over the tri state area. David an Honor Roll student who will attend the University of Dayton on an academic scholarship said he has been dabbling with Art and painting since his freshman year at Purcell a a Junior year i was doing some stuff and my friends told me to get it critiqued by the Art teacher a he said. Steven Smith the Art teacher at Purcell liked what he saw and encouraged. David to enrol in his Art class. David did and now his work is being shown All Over the country on a National tour. Despite his Success with the paint Brush Art is not what David will major in at us. He has not yet declared his major at Dayton but his interest lies in biology. He works at Hamagami labs in Kenwood. As far As after College is concerned David is unsure. A a paint and write a he said when asked How he would like to spend his life. David said he considers Art Quot More or less a profession. It is definitely nota David is the son of Ken and Mary sue Kramer. They live at 6104 Wood Mont ave., pleasant Ridge. News Bra efs eight finalists vie for a total athletes two weeks of balloting by the readers of Northeast suburban life have determined the finalists for the a total athlete of the year Quot for the Over All circulation area of suburban life. The 1979 finalists Are roys Edward Engle Deer parolee Krombholz Indian Hill Jonn Case Madeira and Mark Mather Sycamore girls Melinda Crane Madeira Cindy Turney i. Notre dam Patricia Welsh Sycamore and Beth Schneider Ursulina. The grand prize winners will be announced in next weeks Issue of suburban life. Sycamore land owners file annexation Appeal. In a move which has been expected since May 9, two Sycamore township property owners have filed an Appeal of the Hamilton county commissioners decision on that Date to allow annexation by the City of Appeal commo representing my filed the county court of thursday in Hamilton county Ommon pleas. Earlier the two plaintiffs had signed a petition requesting the annexation of 103 acres of the disputed land by the City of Blue Ash. East All stars three Indian Hill High school students will play in the East West All Star volleyball game at st. Xavier High school 6 30 . June 6. From left they Are Sally Langemeier Joanne Rogers and Jean Schmalstig. Sharon Cooke physical education teacher at Indian Hill has been named assistant coach of the East team. The game is open to the Public. Inside of a non resident taxpayer revolt brewing Page 2. A letters in Praise of dad Page 2. A Norma is cooking Yummy Cool summer pies Page 11. A Hagerty pegs alien Quot As chilling classic Page 13. A life area school honors winners grads throughout this Issue. Council hiatus it maa a la his Tarida so Claty 1982 Val a ave. oath 43211 . Pospoe a in j go Mcfort Ohio stiff of to. Ohio to place a classified and Cali 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday. Display advertising amp news Call 531 -0234 Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dilton Vale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity yol. Xviii no. 45 20c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday june 6, 1979 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531 -0234 chiefs disagree on pressure Factor private hydrant eyed in fire investigation by Mark Schmetzer private fire hydrants the kind which Are located on private property and May have caused problems in fighting the May 30 Indian Creek apartment Complex fire exist in Many parts of the Northeast suburban life area. / there is still some uncertainty As to whether or not the firefighters efforts were hampered by inadequate water pressure from the fire hydrant located on Middle rd., within the Towne properties owned Complex. Montgomery fire chief Walt Wagner has been quoted As saying the water pressure could have been better. But Sycamore fire chief Fred Benz said his impression was that the water Supply for fighting the fire which started in a garage was Fine. A i done to know anything about inadequate water pressure a he said. A in fact there May have been loo much pressure at least from the hydrant on Kugler Mill and Galbraith those hydrants Are located on Public property and Are maintained by Sycamore township and Hamilton county. However according to Benz and other sources there Are locations in the area where Cincinnati water works has run the lines for fire hydrants and private owners of the property have bought and installed their own fire hydrants a where they have to have them is where they re off the main Road Quot said Benz who pointed to Kenwood mall Indian Creek and other places where privately administered hydrants Are located. There Are 53 such hydrants in Sycamore township alone said Ron Setty of the township office. Factory Sites Epp Hospital and four at Sycamore High school Are just a few of the places where they can be found. While the township is responsible for inspection of such hydrants Benz said it is up to the property owner to make any repairs which the township finds necessary. Quot private owners Are required by Law to repair hydrants once defective ones Are report tet said Benz adding that he usually finds the pressure in these hydrants is equal to or a Little less than the Standard set for Public hydrants. All of the hydrants said Benz Are equipped with the Standard line size of six inches in diameter or bigger. Benz said the Public hydrants Are in satisfactory shape. Quot right now we re in pretty Good shape Quot he said. A the hydrants Are tested once a month and any hydrants we find not operating properly Are turned Over to the As of monday no cause had been determined in the fire which caused at least $500,000 damage to 12 townhouses. Benz said his i Vestiga i ion is continuing along with one by the state fire marshals office and Rene by a private Columbus firm hired by Towne properties. According to Benz the fire apparently started in a. Wooden garage behind the townhouses and was pushed Forward to the townhouses by High winds. The Montgomery fire dept received the alarm about 12 02 . But by the time it arrived at the 5400 Galbraith re. Site flames were shooting several Hundred feet into the air. The Madeira Indian Hill Silverton Blue Ash and Rossmoyne fire departments also helped in fighting the Blaze which was brought under control in about two hours but not before a dozen townhouses had been destroyed. The clean up work with residents looking for salvageable belongings. Began the next Day. Until other arrangements can be made town properties has arranged for the burned out victims to stay in vacant apartments or Betels students name Indian Hill school winners of the a Marne the school Quot contest Are three students who independently proposed the name Ottawa for Indian Hills new Middle school. Winning students Are. From left front rata Reddy and Rebecca Flora Centor Back smolt Seward. W Ith the students Are Ottawa Middle school principal Robert Baas and vice principal Debra Hunter. Prizes Are passes to Kings Island. Council seeks bids inadequate radio system bugs Indian Hill police by Betsy Wones Indian Hill Village Council approved advertising for bids for police radios May 29 rather than accepting a $6,850 estimate from Motorola to update the system councilman Robert Miles said the rangers have reported problems with Motorola radios now in use. He called for the Village manager to get an a objective Quot evaluation of new equipment and advertise for bids. A a there sat least five firms in. Cincinnati that can Supply this a Miles said. A a there a something going on with radio systems in this county. There is no bidding because All specs Are fixed to Only fit Miles abstained from voting because he is employed As p u b 1 i c relations director by general electric manufacturers two Way radios. Miles comments were elicited after safety committee chairman Charles Yeiser said the rangers were dissatisfied with the uhf radios installed by Motorola several years ago to replace vhf radio then in use and now want the vhf pm a reinstalled. A since that time Quot Yeiser said a a they be rangers admitted a grievous in Indian full Yeiser added Hilly Turain produces a dead spots Quot where uhf radio Waves cannot reach. Yeiser said bangers have bad trouble locating Accident Sites when communication was impeded by the this Trobl in dead spots. Problem according to Yeiser is reduced or eliminated with vhf radios. Rangers use two Way radios not Only to communicate with other rangers bul with the fire and service departments and water works. Besides police fire was a hot item on councils May 29 Agenda. After finance committee chairman Robert Miles announced that the Madeira Indian Hill fire dept budget for the coming year would probably be 25-30 percent higher than this years coun cil members asked Village manager a. Wray White to write the fire department to indicate councils desire to have clerk Tom Sherwin sit in on budgetary meetings. The debate was sparked after Miles said he did no to think a budgetary increase from $276,000 to $347,000 Quot was a i think it stinks was councilman James Orris More succinct opinion. A i say if we pay $300,000 into this organization we should have a say a Orr continued. A we should have a member on the ground the Only somewhat dissenting opinion came from Yeiser who , a technically All we re doing is renting their fire departments Sherwin a presence at fire department budget meetings May not accomplish anything for next year because Sherwin. Said he thinks the company is almost finished with deliberations. Indian Hill shares its fire company with Madeira which according to Miles pays $70 my less for fire service than the Village. Administration of the fire company alternates Between City managers. This year Madeira City manager George babe is in charge. Ordinances fill Council Agenda in Montgomery slated for tonight a Montgomery City Council meeting is the first Reading Deer Park firemen boost v Ial of life there a a serious Side to this years firemen a festival sponsored by the Deer Park fire dept. Firemen Are using the Madeira begins summer schedule Madeira City Council will begin its summer schedule this month. Meetings will be held on the second monday of june july August and september. Council sessions begin at 8 . In Council Chambers at the Madeira municipal building Miami ave. And Euclid event to introduce the vial of life program to area residents. Each vial of life kit contains a plastic vial two decals and literature. A family fills out the health information of each member puts it in the vial and places a decal on the Cap of the vial the vial is then placed in the refrigerator held to the Bottom of a wire shelf with a rubber band. The second decal is placed on the out to moped Sale Side of the refrigerator door. In the event of an emergency police firemen or a doctor will immediately have information pertaining to a stricken member of the household. Volunteer firemen will deliver vial of life kits door to door when they leave tickets for the festival. Cost of the program was underwritten by the e amp r Wash in Coin operated laundry 8106 Indian Hill Village councils last session of the summer will be june 25, according to assistant Village manager Frank Tingley. Council will not meet during july and August. Meetings will resume in the fall. Hand e raft a a Titi gourmet �0mu�?z.y 271-14h.0 f save $80.00 the economical solution i 120 . Imm a &Quot" I �4900 379 with this Coupon Montgomery cycler a Jimmu. Plainfield re. Through the efforts of the Deer Park safety committee and Erwin Schmidt the Hook drug co. Provided the kits at Cost. Any vial of life kits left after the festival will be turned Over to Bob Logan director of Sycamore senior citizens. The firemen a festival gets underway 4 . June 16 at the Community Center building Plainfield re. In Chamberlain Park. Spring amp Sumer All occasion Long gowns and formals 99 of an ordinance authorizing a contract for Cable to service. Also on the Agenda will be the third and final Reading of three ordinances that create a land use fees commission and accordingly Amend the City a zoning and building codes. Other new legislation will be ordinances a re zoning the Sohn a property 9406 main st. Rom residence a a cd to a ipod Quot planned development District. A authorizing a contract with the state for resurfacing Montgomery re. Through the City. This also authorizes the City to pay a percentage of the resurfacing costs. A establishing an environmental fund. A authorizing a franchise agreement with Cincinnati Gas and electric co. For Utility pole maintenance and granting needed easements. A providing for interim supplemental fund appropriations to certain accounts. Council also plans to consider resolutions a establishing an assessment equalization Board to hear from property owners along the Arcturus dr., Weller re. Sanitary sewer project route. A accepting a bid and authorizing a contract for development of Swaim Field Park. Renewing a Street Light contract with Cincinnati Gas and electric co. M 771 1 a 7529 Kenwood re. Pm Osite pc wooo Smo it a Init Plaza �?�24 compare at $58 ufen Dys bridal shoppes Kenwood North Gat a a Urfe charter Oak chatter Oak savings 4069 e. Galbraith Road

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