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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - June 01, 1977, Cincinnati, OhioI class of 1977 talks about career plans Library Ohio historical society 1982 Velma ave. Col urn by Ohio 43211 la i u. S. P3i bulk Raie paid Perm i lib. 933 doctor lawyer Indian chief a grads make choices by Murfin Hrh Mun and Laurie Petrie Quot Rich Man poor Man beggar Man thief doctor lawyer. Indian chief. A so the old rhyme goes to the hundreds of suburban life area High school seniors graduating this month the import of this Jingle is More serious. They have recently made decisions which affect their future careers and entire lives. Suddenly the Days of Jenny Lehman will become a photographer ursuline Academy graduate Jenny Lehman will study photography on a full scholarship at the Art Institute of Atlanta this fall. When we talked with Jenev two weeks ago. She had just been notified she was the scholarship Winner. The Grant was awarded on the basis of photos which Jenny submitted for judging including an interesting self portrait of the photographer. It is a montage of images showing Jenny with camera noised her cat and bicycle. There is also an interesting mexican Street scene shot on location during ursuline s Community learning week. Jenny sees photography As a a Way of expressing much of Jenny a knowledge of photography is self Learned through books and some help from friends. Jenny Lehman but they were not forced on the students. Photography is not Jenny a Only interest in fact for a Long time she planned to go into forestry. She also enjoys the arts. Jenny sees the biggest challenges facing her everyone is trying to figure out who am i w hat am i going to do f this year she also pursued an Independent study in photography at ursuline. She designed her own course of study. Jenny would like to be a free Lance photographer when she finishes her two years of study in Atlanta. She considers photography to be a life Long career. Jenny said her years at ursuline have encouraged her Independence so that she could make a decision about a career. She said the opportunities to learn or pursue outside interests were offered at the school. Generation As pollution and better government. She thinks she can contribute to solutions of these problems through photography. Right now she is going through a time in her life which she characterizes this wave everyone is trying to figure out a who am i what am i going to do and be a Jenny a got a Good Start on the answer to those questions. She is the daughter of Harry and Shirley Intima of 8090 Finley in. Underwater welding Worth the risk in 1974, Pat Patton met someone who introduced him to scuba diving and within six months he had completed the necessary training and dives and became certified. A once you re certified you know exactly what a happening and you can rent equipment anywhere Ana go anywhere a Pat said. Two years later after Pat demonstrated Talent in his Industrial arts class at Madeira High school his teacher recommended that he join the welding program at live Oaks enter for career development. Mow. Put two and two together and come up with underwater welding. A welding is like an Art. You have to practice before you know what you Are doing. You have to know How to hold your hand. Its like a Painter very carefully with different thicknesses of lines of paint a Pat said As he squinted his eyes pal Patton from his teachers that either Gulf or Texaco will probably be willing to sponsor him through College then give him a Job doing what he wants to do most right now Weld pipes and equipment under the sea for Oil rigs. It would be dangerous uncomfortable work but Quot a i m going to underwater Weld until i Freak out or get carefully sighting to demonstrate How a welder works. Paths grades have been Good at live Oaks mostly a a. And he plans to go to underwater welding College. He a looking at schools in it. I Alderdale Fla. And Louisville. A i would Only have to go to school for about two months since in a already so far ahead of other people that go to these schools. I already know to to dive and live Oaks has some of the Best teachers and facilities the future looked even brighter when Pat Learned Well Worth it. A when i first get out of school i can sex inject to make s20-s30 an hour but i could Only work a couple hours a Day. In ten years i could be an inspector and make $50 an hour a Pat said. Pat is Well aware of the dangers of welding esl it scially the possibility of electrocution when working under water. He once suffered third degree Burns on his Chest and his hands Are covered with Small Burns and scars. That a Why he said he would Weld until he a if i live through it then ill High school football games clubs exams and proms Are Over. Not that High school Wasny to difficult at times. It was More difficult and with greater pressures socially and academically t Han Ever before. But it was also Safe. The major decisions were made by somebody else. You could do things in a group wit h the rest of your Peers. Now youngsters must break away from the safety of the High school Herd a and go it alone. Each has to decide where his or her talents and interests lie. How to further these How to pay for higher education this graduating class like All others is unique. The class of 1970 wore Black bands under their Robes to protest the killings at Kent state. This years class spent a Good portion of their last Days in High school trying to keep warm sitting at desks d Esig Ned to r Grade schooners or sitting at Home. They Are the class of the Energy crisis the Gas shortage and they May symbolize a coming Era. We have talked with Many of the graduates of t he class of 1977 from Bools throughout the a suburban life area. We find them for the most part to be practical about their f Tures. Many will choose a Rich Man Quot and a doctor but this generation has also Learned something from the youths or the 80�?Ts. The present generation May not choose to be a a lower child Quot poor but members of it do not necessarily choose to be Rich at the expense of personal satisfaction in their lives. They believe they have the right to find work which particularly suits them a whether it be underwater welding or the ministry. The graduates we talked with seem More attuned to the larger society. They do not turn away so readily from society a institutions. They work in their Church groups. They recognize our country a problems particularly the need for conservation of resources and they expect at some Point to take responsibility for these problems. Among Young women graduates there is a growing conviction that they Are indeed equal. Most of them expect to study for careers which will make them financially Independent. They Aren t just interested in the traditionally feminine careers either. They feel the Freedom to enter any Fields to which their talents Are suited whether it be pharmacy or photography. Many of the Young women also plan to marry at some time hut not immediately. And they plan to he Able to work at some time after their marriages. We have capsule Zed the plans of some of these graduates ofjl9?7 in this edition. We i e interviewed students i n Are following More traditional routes and we have interviewed some Quot Indian chiefs Quot with More unusual plans. The students do not necessarily represent their individual school classes As a whole the majority of graduates in the area after All will go to College but All together we believe they represent the spirit and excitement of All graduates in the class of 1977. We wish them Success a whether a doctor lawyer or Indian to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 Paf. Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 cd Nch a Nat suburban newspapers inc. Blue a she mtg Merys am Berly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heigh t v a Silver Tony Ken Wood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood mask of of curation integrity vol. Xiv no. 44 15c Cincinnati. Ohio. W wednesday. June 1, 1977 1115 Montgomery ltd. Phone 531-0234 suspect in rape burning has signed a confession a suspect in the beating rape and burning of a 16-year-old Deer Park girl last wednesday has signed a confession. Silverton police chief Ken Dve told suburban life newspaper Friday. Hamilton county common pleas court judge Joseph a. Luebbers has set Bond of $50,000 on each charge against suspect Larry Tatum. 24, of the Hailstone apts., 6830 Montgomery rd., Silverton. He is charged with rape and attempted murder. Silverton police received a Call at 10 32 . May 25 from. Brenda Walls saying she had found a body in the garbage dumpster at the Hailstone apts., 6830 Montgomery re. Silverton police officer Frank. Maupin was at the Arene two minutes later. He realized the girl was still alive and called Silverton life squad. The girl had been severely burned and was in critical condition. Police said her body had been doused with Gas or Oil and covered with papers and set on fire. She had also been beaten and the a doctors at general or pit a i later said she had b a raped. The girl was conscious eve f. And gave chef a any stand to it tto Iman Kuodis a description of her assailant. Chief Dye said he and the men in his department plunged into an intensive investigation talking to Over 200 people in the neighbourhood and a beating the streets for information thursday May 26, Thev arrested Tatum. Dye said the girl immediately identified Tatum s picture from among those police showed to her. Tatum is in custody of Hamilton county. Dye said this is the a most of Cucui the worst a hinge he has Ever seen in 20 years of police work. He praised his department. A these Guys Are something else a he said with Pride As he described the intense efforts of the department to solve the crime. The victim is in fair condition at general Hospital. Feared decline in property Valdesjr. High would be abandoned in in plan a consultant hired by Indian Hill school Board to study the relocation of students in the District has recommended the District close the Junior High school no later than 1979. Concord school will close this year. The recommendation which school superintendent Bob Boston has endorsed proposes this location of grades in the District for next year sept. 1977 Drake re. School grades kindergarten through 2 Shawnee school grades 3-6 Wyandot school grades 3-6 j�4 a Jems 7-8 or. Muti grades 9 i 2. I by no later than sept 1979 Drake Road school grades kindergarten-2 Wyandot school grades 3-5 Shawnee school grades 6-8 High school grades 9-12. All students of one Grade would be educated in the same school by 1979. Alternative uses would be found for the Concord and Junior High buildings. A committee of parents and school officials is already studying uses for the Concord building. A further analysis of the recommendation next week Blue Ash turns Down Bill Knapp a restaurant inside by Laurie Petrie in a somewhat surprising overturn thursday night Blue Ash Council voted to deny the rezoning application and development plan presented by Bill Knapp a restaurant for property on Pfeiffer re. Bill Knapp a had requested rezoning from residential to planned commercial. Blue Ash planning commission first turned Down the rezoning application last november but then approved it april 7 in a 3-2 vote a after Bill Knapp a redesigned the plan adding a Greep Buffer zone to separate the restaurant from residential area. Harry Vasserman attorney for the property owner. Mrs. Albert Schuholz said his Eliell has not yet decided what she will do about Council s decision. A i m a Little upset Over what happened last night. We Haven t decided what we re going to do so i have no comment at this time a v Asserman said in a phone conservation. Council member Stephanie Stoller whose Ward Ward ii was affected spoke out against rezoning. A it seems to me wrong to change land from commercial to residential when it still can have a Fine residential usage a said Stoller who described the neighbourhood As a very pretty with Nice Homes and a what we have is one property owner who is asking so much for her land that no one but a commercial buyer could come in. Why should she expect to make a killing on her property to the detriment of the people in the area and the people in Blue Ash in general a Stoller said. Council member Don Riedermann added that although he was not in favor of rezoning and had voted against it in planning commission Biedermann is planning commission president he Felt the Basic Bill Knapp a plan was Well thought out. Prior to the vote Stoller read port ions of a notice to Council from City manager Vic Suhm recommending that Council approve rezoning because in a previous similar situation residents fears that a commercial development would disturb their neighbourhood had not been bom out. A i think the City manager has no right to recommend How we should vote on this a Stoller said. A Bill Knapp a is a Case where residential property values will take a turn Down by being located next to a commercial another reason for Council s decision was. Opposition to mrs. Schuholz s request that she be allowed to deed outright to the City 1.5 acres across the Street to be developed maintained and held in perpetuity by the City As a Roadside Park in. Memory of her husband. A we could agree not to alter the property for say 10 years but the Way mrs. Schuholz wants it if in 30 years say the whole area changed and we wanted to get rid of the property we a said City solicitor Robert Mcconaughy. A the was she mrs. Schuholz proposes we would have a problem widening Pfeiffer �?� Mcconaughy said. It is generally known that because of increasing traffic and commercial development along Pfeiffer rd., Blue Ash anticipates having to Widen the Road. Wasserman replied to Mcconaughy. A there is no sense in my client giving away a $ 100.000 piece of property just for Blue Ash o sell. She would be willing to allow part of the land to be used for the widening of Pfeiffer and still maintain the rest As Park. It s a reasonable position., in a Public hearing before the vote one resident Dorothy Miller of 5180 Pfeiffer re. Said Quot there Are plenty of areas already zoned commercial for them to locate their restaurant. Councils responsibility is not to see that she mrs. Schuholz Sells the property at the profit she wants. It is councils responsibility to meet the desires of residents of the area which is to keep the land on Agenda landmarks will be the primary business of Montgomery City Council at its meeting tonight 8 . In the City building. These Are the newly proposed landmarks Fellowship Baptist Church Todd Sherritt Rees House Blackerby Sheppard House Slowick Sulek office building Kjellenberg Gihlein House Nisly building International arts gallery Century 21 realty office. Council will vote for the second time on proposed landmarks kiwanis Dupriest and Pioneer buildings. Council will accept conveyance of property at the new Corner of Montgomery and Pfeiffer roads. Page 2 Quot thoughts on Deer Park s proposed 1 a percent earnings tax increase. Vote is june 7. Quot area graduates talk about their plans careers and dreams for the future on this Page and pages 3, 4, 6, 8 a local High school graduates honoured pages 9, 10, Quot Blue Ash Council nixes plan to subdivide Airport property a pros and cons debate Page 20 Young Kennedy Heights actor Isaac and his son Joshua Amish Folk ride to Church in i heir buggy. The scene is from an upcoming a Young people s special on Wewt Channel 5, titled a Joshua s Joshua is played by Kennedy Heights resident Timothy Hail. Isaac is played by Charles Goetz of pleasant Vidue. The Story was filmed in northeastern Ohio. It deals with a he frustrations of a Young Amish boy who must Cope with the 20th Century amidst customs of the 18th. Rail attends the Cincinnati school for the creative and performing its. The show will be aired this fall

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