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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 31, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioNews in Brief Madeira woman is 100 Jessie Baldridge celebrates her 100th birthday june 7. She was born and reared in Adams county near Tranquillity Ohio. Married in 1900 to Ormond Baldridge she has been a widow for Many years. Mrs. Baldridge is a member of the Seaman United presbyterian Church and for Many years was Active there. Mrs. Baldridge has four daughters. Mary Clark Loree Long Evelyn june Blevin of Cincinnati and Eunice Regenstein of st. Louis miss. Two sons. Clifton and Mack Are now deceased. She has 12 grandchildren 22 great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren. Mrs. Baldridge will celebrate her birthday with an open House sunday june 4, 2-5 at the Home a if daughter Loree Long 7421 s. Mingo ln., Madeira. Sycamore District to get lots of new neighbors Sycamore school District residents will be getting about 200 new neighbors and that could move toe District closer to building that new school at Engart re. Paul Brothers developers of Swaim Field Montgomery will develop a similar site for Homes Paul Meadows at the Southeast Comer of Fields Ertel and Snider roads Symmes twp. The 157-acre tract will contain 200 lots of a half acre or larger and eventually 200 new Homes will built. There. They will be in the $125,000 Price bracket. Construction has already begun on the streets and sewers for the first phase of the development 70 Homes. It will probably be three or four years before All Quot the new Homes Are built. According to Allen Paul of the Paul bros., his company will employ about six custom builders who will build Homes at Paul Meadows similar to the method of building at Syvain Field. The sewers in the development will Hook into the new Polk run sewer which is being finished in the area. The Lake Quot on the property will be retained and As Many of the Trees As possible Paul said. Chelsea Moore co. Plans a 292 apartment Complex nearby at Fields Brief re. And 171, so the area will have an ample number of a new City census in Deer Park by Shelley Ann a census of every resident in the City of Der Park was authorized by Council at its May 25 meeting. Bids will be accepted 22 for the door to door Survey that will Supply the City with addresses Telephone numbers where residents Are employed the age of the occupants names of property owners number of automobiles and the names of occupants of All City residences. The City receives Money from the state and Federal governments based on the number of residents it has councilman Robert Schuler told Deer Park Council other business Council passed a Resolution sup porting the Hamilton county criminal Justice Bond Issue that will appear on the ballot june 6. Council passed pay Mises for the recreation director and a playground Counselor and Leader to become effective june 1. The recreation director will receive $2247 the Counselor $2.92 per hour and the playground Leader will receive $2.60 an hour. Traffic lights Are coming to i-275-Montgomery re traffic signals for the 1-275 Montgomery re. In said two lights will be installed one at the terminal of the East bound exit ramp of 275 and one at the westbound terminal. Also a left turn Lane into Hetz re. Will he established opposite a 275 exit ramp. Hetz leads into a condominium Complex. Palmer said he can to give a time estimate on when the lights will be installed. It depends on when several Dot projects can be lumped together in that area he said. Brief filed on Airport the Legal Brief appealing the court decision Banning the Blue Ash ordinance requiring planes taking off from the Airport to make noise to ailment turns was filed last wednesday in the Federal court of appeals City solicitor Robert Mcconaughy said. Earlier this year judge Timothy Hogan banned the special flight Maneu vers that avoided nearby subdivisions As contrary to the a exclusive air sovereignty held by the Federal government. Bill Hoover Madeira High. School assistant principal and his Tennessee walking horse it Library Ohio historical soot Ety 1982 Velma ave Columbus Ohio 43211 a ii to place i classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising so news dial 531-0234 cd Nch a Nat us Huiban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heigh tsp Silver Tony menu Oody Deer Park Rossmoyne Dilbon Vale Ridgewood Mark of. Chiacu Utica integrity vol. Xvi no. 44 15c Cincinnati Ohio. Wednesday May 31, 1978 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531 -0234 contracts signed in Madeira Indian Hill Deer Park Sycamore what your teachers will earn in the fall Salute to Disney on Mickey s 50th the 50th birthday this year of Mickey mouse theme Sor the dance recital for Miami Hills school Madeira saturday june 3, 2 . At Madeira High. The show will be a Salute to Wall Disney in a mouse club variety show. Rehearsing for the a Mary popping Are dancers Angie Good Pas tor Cindy Sterne Susie Lack Weka a Rachael Biales Becky Mccabe Laura Antolovich Michelle Brueggeman. Amy fillum Stephanie Charleville and Ralph Black welder a Well loved Nora is 102 by Maureen Hehman and Gail Jordan teacher pay raises have been voted during recent weeks in area school districts. Life area schools Are among the top districts in pay scale in Hamilton county. Indian Hill teachers in Indian Hill received an across the Board 6.he pay raise. The new starting salary for a beginning teacher with a a and no experience is $10,000. It was $9,423, the top a pay with 20 hours is now $17,400, compared to $16,396. Beginning teachers with masters degrees will now receive $11,000, compared to the present pay of $10,365. The maximum for teachers with degrees is now $20,000, compared to $18,846. The top salary in the District for an a degree plus 30 hours will now be $20,900 top pay was $19694, total teacher salaries for fiscal year 1977 was roughly $2.336 million versus a current projected budget of $2.575 million. There Are 167 teachers in the District this year. Because of declining school population the District is losing 4-6 teachers yearly. Madeira Madeira teachers have been granted a 5.5 a pay raise. Beginning teachers with a degrees and no experience will now receive $9,810, versus $9,300 presently. The top a teacher pay with 20 years experience is now $15,920, compared to $15,090 at present. A beginning teacher with an a degree will earn $ 11,085 now vers u s. $10,505. Masters degree teachers will now have a top pay of $18,620, compared to$17,650at present. Top pay in Madeira for an a degree plus additional hours of study will now be $19,515, compared to the present figure of $18,495. Madeira is employing 90 teachers this year compared to 93 the previous year. This indicates the declining school enrolment in All area districts except Sycamore which is growing. The current teaching salary budget in Madeira is $1.258 million to last years figure of $1.238 million a in Madeira some of the supplemental staff such As custodians a cafeteria workers and bus Drivers on june 3, Nora p. Boles a Well loved resident of East Galbraith nursing Home Deer Park will be celebrating her 102nd birthday. In Honor of this rare occasion the staff and residents of East Galbraith Are planning a birthday party that Day 2-4 . At the Home 3875 East Galbra Itji re. Nora was born on june 8, 1876 in Ivor by. She grew auditions for a Marne pleasant Ridge players will hold open auditions for their summer musical a a Marne on sunday june 4 at 3 . And on monday and tuesday june 5 and 6 at 8 . At the pleasant Ridge Community Center 5915 Ridge re. There Are 30 roles plus chorus with a Large number of no singing roles. For More information Call 351-8620. Shop and vote june 6 area residents who will be voting at Sycamore senior Center 4131 Cooper re. Precinct Poling place will find the boutique open from 9 . Until closing tuesday june 6. Up on a farm with her parents a sister Fanny and four Brothers George John Gilbert and Dalton. She attended school until she was 13. Nora gave up the single life in 1908 to marry Harry Boles. The couple resided in Cincinnati where1 or. Boles was employed As the caretaker at Spring Grove cemetery. Mrs. Boles did some Domestic work in the Homes of the Sisters of the Aims and the Doepke families. She never had any arguments with her husband mrs. Bold has a Niece 78, and a grand Niece 55. Nora recalls that her family never had a newspaper or a television. All the lighting was from Gas lamps. She never owned an automobile. For entertainment she would attend a a picture mrs. Boles is in excellent health both physically and mentally. The Only time that Nora was ill was when she was 99. She caught the flu. Other than that she has never been sick a Day in her life. She still has her tonsils. She never drank any alcohol. Mrs. Boles has her own room where she makes her own bed and takes her own Bath. She enjoys reciting poetry which she still remembers from her school Hooks. Her favorite poem May speak for her secret for her longevity Happy birthday Nora Nora Boles gets ready for her 102nd birthday Celebration june 3 at East Galbraith nursing Home. Congratulating Here Are Home owner and mini Ira tors Ellen and Joseph Schneider. Remember child remember that god is Good and True re Mem her what you do for others will come Back to you. Inside olf coach Hurst presents reasons for dismissal attributes largely to school Board How much will siberian tax bring in difference of opinion school news Deer Park graduates sports Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 solicitor is grounded after being up in the air Blue Ash City solicitor Robert Mcconaughy was on crutches at the thursdays City Council meeting after spraining his ankle in a ballooning Accident monday. A i was just in the wrong position for the Landing a he said. The balloon was Drifting Over a subdivision in Woodlawn so Mcconaughy and a Friend landed in the last available Field. Mcconaughy said he has been up about 10 times in the balloon since he and his Friend bought it in april. He said he Learned the basics of ballooning last year but is still learning the Fine Points of the sport. He Hopes to be off the crutches this week. A gets away at Field trials Madeira a Bill Hoover an equestrian by Regina Villiers if horses dogs and a Riding to the hounds seem a far cry from teaching that a the Way Bill Hoover assistant principal at Madeira High school wants it. To need a Hobby that gets me at times completely away from my work a and Field trials do that a he said. A i also make a Little Money at it a he added. The equestrian sport of Field trials is an old traditional one. It was introduced in this country at least 150 years ago according to Hoover. A it s especially popular in the South. Everybody South of the Ohio River rides horseback a he said. Hoover has been Ridin and taking part in fie no id trials for about 15 years. He owns a registered Tennessee walking horse named a a Dan a extremely handsome fellow with two White feet the Tennessee walking horse has gained great popularity in recent years. It is an excellent Riding horse with an exceptionally smooth gait a Long stride and very Little Rise and fall to the Saddle. He also owns two English pointers which he uses in trials. He describes one of his dogs a female As a she has amassed Many honors. Fall Field trials run from sept. 1 to nov. 15, when the Hunting season begins. The Hunting season ends at the end of feb. And Field trials begin again. Hoover frequently rides in Field trials at Kildeer Plain and Fayetteville Olio. But during Spring break he Rode in Kentucky near Eastern Kentucky University. He s enthralled with the Beauty of Kentucky and says he could stay there forever. He came to Madeira last fall from Norwood High school where he was a supervisor and where he taught Driver education Ano Industrial arts. As assistant principal at Madeira he gets All discipline problems. A but a he said a this mostly involves attendance Here at Hoover graduated from Miami University and did his graduate work at Xavier. He has taught at All Levels and enjoys teaching. A i enjoy the very Little kids so much a he said. He s a Man who likes action and who is happiest when he s busiest. It is said that the busiest people Are the ones who find time for the most activities and this is True of Bill Hoover. He s a study in perpetual motion and very often seems to be seen in three different places at once he says that he has had to give up skeet and trap shooting which he enjoyed because of his diminishing free time but from the enthusiasm in his eyes when he talks about Riding its evident that hell keep on finding time for his Field trials. They Are his release a Hobby that Renews him and brings him Back to his work with refreshed vigor. Received pay raises of about 10f a since a study revealed their salaries were not in 1 a tie i i h other d 1st dicta. All Madeira schools employees will receive a term life insurance policy under the new contract. 11 Sycamore Sycamore teachers have been granted an Overall 5 t average pay raise. Teachers beginning with Bas will now receive $9,975, compared to a previous pay of $9,500. a pay is now $16.625 with 14 years experience. Compared to the previous $15,350 with 13 years. Be g i it n i n g m asters degree teachers will now earn $10,500 compared to the present $10,000. The maximum masters degree pay will be $21,040, compared to the present $19,440. The maximum salary for an a plus t1 to two years extra study is now $21,460, versus $19,840. The District employs 250 teachers and this number is growing by m tinny As five Fot Roe Corning school year. Total appropriation for teaching salaries in 1977 was $3.586 million compared to a 1978 budget of roughly $4 million. Sycamore school Popula a Tion is growing by leaps and Bounds As the extensive geographic Boundary of the District is fast being a built out a the District has extensive teacher benefits including a dental plan. Deer Park Deer Park teachers received a 6.3 c pay raise. The new starting salary for a a. Degree teacher is $10,125, compared to $9,- 525 last year. Top a teacher pay with 20years is now $16,504, compared to $15,335 last year. Beginning teachers with Bas and 60 hours of study or with masters degrees Are salaried at $11,138, versus $10,477 last year. Top pay for teachers with a degrees is now $18,731, compared to $17,145 last year. The top teacher salary is an a degree plus 45 hours now salaried at $19,339, compared to $17,-716 last year. The total teacher salary budget this year is roughly $1.585 million compared to -$1.568 million last year. The District employs 119 teachers now compared to 123 last year and 122.the previous year. The student population As in most suburbs is declining. Summary t h e be figure s t e .11 something about a fat taxpayers Are paying their teachers. They Are not the whole Story however. These figures Are for classroom teachers Only and they do not take into account benefits which Var from District to District. They do not include salaries of administrators such As principals who usually receive pay raises in the general percentage area. Of teacher raises. These figures also do not include supplemental teacher salaries for such things As coaching band and summer school. Many teachers receive their base salaries and other salaries for supplemental teaching. We buy in is diamonds and is 0rv Cumb socialists Diamond estates from set of 110 men we of Livi a 100 to 100,000 321-5100 201� Madison Road Call for appt. 793-663�

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