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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - November 22, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio hosta rival society 1982 Velma ave co Lacohn. Ohio 43211 a ii s. Post Ais sulk a be a. R Ai 0. A tf9hlo a a a in ii 0a 933 yet Ohio computer has answers about careers by Maureen Hehman time Magazine May Tell us we May see it in the movies but you can really believe we live in the computer Era when computers come to High school to Tell kids about careers and colleges. Sycamore High school has such a computer and other area schools Are either in the process of getting similar ones or hoping to. Here is How in works the students asks the computer a question by typing it on what resembles a typewriter. Let s take a simple one for example a what do i need to know about Georgetown univ. If i want to consider attending school there Quot recently senior Debby Schwartz asked the computer that very question pretty soon the a a typewriter spews out three feet of i of Putar paper with everything there is to know about Georgetown from tuition costs to level of Competition for entry every course of study offered athletic and extra curricular programs median scores on s ats of students who attend and academic credentials of the faculty. Of course that question was an easy one. Let s try a harder one say senior Dave Lible is looking for a four year College with a cooperative program in engineering a program that offers both electronic and communications engineering and in the great lakes Region. First he programs the computer for cooperative programs in four year colleges then he asks the computer to narrow these to colleges with electronic and communications engineering cooperative programs next he asks the computer to narrow these to colleges in a certain Region. The computer tells him eight colleges meet this criteria. Dave asks the computer to Tell him the names of these eight. He pushes the answer Mutton and out come the names of eight colleges. If Dave now wants a specific information about any one of these he can ask the computer to give him More detail such As the three it. Of information that Debbie received about Georgetown. News in Brief rat and drug problems topic at Sycamore twp. By Jim Ruth Sycamore township has a rat problem clerk Frank d1 Andrea informed the township trustees at the thursday night meeting. Is. Vickie smileys letter to the trustees said she has seen five rats in her own backyard and that the pests have been a a spotted in Good quantities around the is. Smiley lives at 3966 Belfast st., where she tossed a smoke bomb under her House to drive out the rats. Do Andrea who witnessed the smoking out exclaimed a about 50 rats ran out in All or. Smiley says it was not that Many. The township has turned the problem Over to the Board of health because Only that Agency is legally Able to place poisons on private property. The meeting began with police detective Dennis Lantry explaining that the number of drug arrests at Sycamore school functions is not the result of a drastic increase in drug use As much As a rigid enforcement of the detective Lantry assured the trustees that a the High school is on top Quot of the most of the discussion at the meeting entered on a Little Metal tubes found by trustee president James Bee h told at a recent High school dance. Twenty five people were arrested that night but no charges were filed because the a a capsules a which the teenagers crack open and inhale Are not illegal. Bechtold asked Roll l9� a t a i a a j _ _ at a the High a detective Lantry had no answer to this query but told the trustees the capsules Are a More dangerous if thrown than anything president Bechtold said after the meeting that the administration building renovation should be completed by the end of the year. The addition of a second floor to the building is expected to Cost $29,000. The trustees approved a change order at the meeting to seek additional estimates to1 create More filing space. It is expected this will Cost a Only a few More Bechtold also announced that there will be a Public hearing dec. 7, 7 30 . For presentation of the townships request for Federal Community development Money. Top Grade restaurant offices eyed for Blue Ash Blue Ash could have a new top Grade restaurant if a the City spa approval from City Phi we Gardner Hammons operations inc. Whoinc., plan now before the City a to Anming receives final approval from City officials commission operators of 4u Holiday inns in Cincinnati and elsewhere have proposed locating their corporate Headquarters on a four acre site off Hunt re. Next to the newly opened ramp to the Cross county Highway. The proposed office building would be six stories High and would contain a first class restaurant and cocktail lounge a similar to Chester a Road House a said Erik Kamfjord president of . O. Presently the corporate Headquarters is located at 644 Lynn st. In the Queensgate area of Cincinnati. Blue Ash City Council referred the request to the planning commission for review last thurs of Lay. Marvin Thompson Deputy City manager said plans for the present. There Are now or i buildings in the City one is the Headquarters of the id p. Office building Are very sketchy Are now or planned two six at Story Wilson freight co. On Reed Hartman Highway the other is the planned addition to the ramada inn at 1-71 and Pfeiffer kd., he said. One Council member commented that it sounded like a Small site for what seemed like a big project. Santa Parade Friday at Kenwood Plaza some of americans greatest comic heroes will participate in the Santa Parade scheduled for 10 . Friday nov. 24, to be held at the Kenwood Plaza shopping Center. This traditional Parade will also feature the Moeller and st. Xavier High school marching bands. Superman whose movie will be opening in mid december throughout the United states win be making his first personal appearance in Cincinnati. And he along with the Kings Island characters will visit with the children at Kenwood Plaza following the Parade. Santa upon his arrival at Kenwood Plaza will take up residence in the Santa House in the Center Arcade where he will Greet each child personally and give a free gift As a Momento of Hia visit. Throughout the Christmas season Santa a hours will be daily noon to 8, saturday-10 to 6 and sunday noon to 5. Letters to Santa time hoho to Boya and girls its time to write Santa a letter and Tell him what you d like or Christmas. As in past yews we will print your letter in this newspaper sometime before Christmas be sure to include your name address and age so Santa will know just where to find you. Mail to Santa letters Northeast suburban life . Box 12010. Cincinnati o. 45212. Here in another a problem a for the computer. Mary Currin wants to know More about a career As a fashion coordinator. She asked the computer for information about this career and it answers with a Job description related jobs and Job requirements also the names of places to write for further career information. The computer tells her for instance that the Job of fashion coordinator requires frequent work with people an associate or bachelors degree the ability to lift up to 20 lbs., a salary Range of $9,000 to $20,000. After Mary finds out what a fashion coordinator does she can ask the computer for the names of colleges which offer degrees in this Field. The com at Sycamore was Itou Juht with Uter v funds donated by the Montgomery kiwanis club and key club. The terminal which looks like a typewriter costs about $1400. The school is expecting to get another terminal free of Cost through Hamilton county and Federal Ceta funds. The terminal Hooks into a computer Bank that is based in Columbus the Ohio career information system. Way stations for the information system Are located in Cincinnati and at Scarlet Oaks vocational school. The school District pays the Hook up costs and paper and maintenance Stout $2,000 per year. The information Bank is growing All the time and Sycamore Hope soon to purr base a file for the computer that will give occupational outlooks for various careers in the Inri i Ati area now and for the next five years the computer already has a memory Bank that can Tell a student All about scholarships pants Loans and where they Are offered and How to go about applying for them Colin Stewart coordinator of counselling at Sycamore High sees the computer As useful in a number of ways. Because career information changes so quickly it is difficult to keep up with the latest in formation he said and it would take a huge Library to store it All. The computer solves this dilemma. Also he computer can Combine Jtj Zanation in a Way that would take a person perhaps hours of research wrote books and manuals. Trie War fees the computer not a replacing other information at the school a career resource Center but As an additional valuable tool. By the Way that computer will Tell you just what it thinks. If you press the wrong Button it will Type out a this is not a valid command a if you forget to Tell it something you should it May ask a which file a but it. Does t actually talk yet ask the computer Clit by Vogel left who la la charge of daily operation at Sycamore High school a correr resource Center Auk the computer a question about career in fashion coordination for senior Mary Currin right. To place a classified and Call 731 -7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news Call s31. -0234 Cincinnati Subt ban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hium Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dixon Vale Ridgewood Mark or circulation we Gist vol. Xvii no. 17 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday november 22, 1978 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531 -0234 Blue Ash wants cd Money to upgrade City for Hazelwood senior Center new downtown Madeira girls win again the Madeira girls volleyball team won the regional tournament saturday defeating Miami East and. Day ton Kaiser teams. The girls will play in the Semi final his saturday noon against Fairless at Otterbein College Westerville Ohio. If they win this game they compete for the state title. This is the second year in a Row the girls have been in the running for the state championship. The team includes Bottom cow from left Mary Lou Thompson Amy Leforge Missy Brenner Judy amers Lynn Sanders Middle coach Nadine Wilson Diana Barnhart Lori Louis Kelly Wilson Michelle Mikelonis top Jana , Mack Kim Miller Melinda Crane. Other sports pcs. 6, 7 Day to Day shortage 1h schools hit by teacher illness w by Jim Ruth in just the first Quarter of this school year Indian Hill schools have experienced 250 absent Days by teachers because of sickness school superintendent or. Robert Boston informed the Indian Hill Board of education at its nov. 14 meeting. Or. Boston said this absenteeism Quot is. Three times higher than in any com parable time period since e became superintendent five years ago. He admitted the unprecedented toll of sickness has left his office a unable to meet the need for teachers on a Day to inside lots of letters to the editor on Page 2 movie reviewer Hagerty gives three stars to Rocky and a magic Quot Day basis.,�?� earlier in the meeting Board president Phillip Casper announced that the 1977-78 school year witnessed the largest expenditure in any one year in the school districts history $742,821 for three projects. This figure includes an additional $3000 appropriated by the Board tuesday to Complete the retrofitting of roof mounted heating air conditioning units raising the total Cost of that repair to $163,384. Roof repair claimed $514,-437 Ana the resurfacing of the High school parking lot Cost $65,000. The funds for these projects came primarily from the Sale of Concord school on Montgomery rd., which netted $400,000 for the building and $90,000 for the land. There was also a $100,000 appropriation from the boards general fund and $18,000 in accumulated interest that is being used to pay for these repairs. The Board will discuss at a later Date How it plans to raise the rest of Money Over $100,000 to Complete payment on the work. In other act i v i to superintendent Boston informed the Board that the schools will have enough Gas to stay open the entire school year. Bill Sturgeon of cd amp a said wednesday that the Gas Supply picture is better this year than in the �?T77-�?T78 school session. The meeting was highlighted by Bob Terwilliger a slide presen latin of the school systems outdoor education program which has earned statewide and National recognition for its imaginative approach to teaching children about plants animals Indian customs Pioneer life ecosystems and other topics concerning our planet and our heritage. By Gail Jordan Blue Ash area senior citizens and residents of Hazelwood May be very Happy if county Community development cd officials Grant the request for Federal Money announced by the Blue Ash citizens Community advisory committee Ucac last thursday. Blue Ash Ucac has asked for a total of $510,0 10 in Federal Money next year for the senior Center improvements in Hazelwood and a master plan for the Kenwood Cooper re. Area said Marvin Thompson Deputy City manager and member of the Ucac. The Ucac proposed joining Montgomery Sharonville Deer Park and Sycamore township in asking for a $300,000 Grant for the Center. The facility serves All seniors in these areas. The Money will be used to construct a 4000 so. It. Addition to the Center at Plainfield and Cooper .,. Said Thompson. A the addition will mainly be a nutritional Center a he said. The Kitchen area will Supply cafeteria services for the seniors and will allow the meals on wheels program to expand he said. This is the second year area municipalities have 1-275 lights maybe by summertime the City of Montgomery has Learned that the state of Ohio Hopes to work on plans for traffic lights at i-275 this Winter and begin construction in the summer Montgomery councilman Howard Smith said. The area is considered a serious traffic Hazard by Montgomery. This is the first time the state has indicated when it might install the lights which Are aimed at helping to alleviate the traffic problems. Joined together in the funding for the Center located in one of the oldest buildings in Blue Ash. This year a $200,000 Grant is being used to buy the land and building for the seniors renovate the Structure and pay for architectural and engineering fees for planning the proposed addition. The request for Hazelwood totals $185,000, said Thompson. This is the first of a three year plan to use Federal cd Grants to improve housing in tuts predominately Black Blue Ash Community. The proposed use of the Money Breaks Down like this according to Thomp son $40,000 would be added to present cd Grants for construction of the Hazelwood civic Center. If approved this Grant will bring the total for the civic Center to $99,000, said Thompson. This year the plans for the Center Are being drawn. $10,000 would be used for demolition of old dilapidated buildings in the neighbourhood. $70.000 would be used to re Habile Tate existing similar programs consisting of Grants and Loans have been very successful in upgrading housing in other areas said Richard Merra from the Hamilton county cd office. A the additional $65,000 is slated for use by the Hazelwood improvement corp. H1c to buy land in continued on Page 12 4 a Everett c. Foster left receives a Resolution and congratulations from Silverton councilman Thomas Clinton As mayor Richard Benken watches. Silverton officials honoured Foster at a nov. 16 Council meeting with a Resolution that declares him a emr. Silverton 1978�?� for his services to the City As Community improvement corporation head and for the enthusiasm with which he promotes the betterment of Silverton. Foster who is also a frequent contributor to suburban life accepted the Resolution saying he a is deeply flattered by the completely unexpected Foster assured Council that everything he does is an expression of Pride he feels for the City. He has done much to spark the current downtown revitalization in the City and to interest businesses in locating there Schwinn deluxe exerciser Page 15 a non forma s cooking Boston Brown bread and read about what our far fathers and mothers ate and cooked on thanksgiving Page 16 see what new Blue Ash condominiums will look like Page 24 we buy diamonds and Diamond estates from Call for appt. 791-0793 oar cleaning specialists Sci is10 not vet Olivear 321-5100 201 a Madison Hoad Lay away now for Christmas Montgomery cycler 793-3855

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