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Eastern Hills Journal (Newspaper) - January 28, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio hl3orisax 3l % r s a a 174�� a in sos1stv 17th a v s bulk rate . Postage paid Cincinnati Ohio Perm if no. 9 s 30 from toll roads to Tillie colouring Book captures Terrace Park history by Joan Bodenberg it is often said that a history repeats itself Quot and if a a history includes Community Pride a recollection of the past and a particular interest in preserving a heritage then Terrace Park can boast of citizens who Delight in. That preservation. Two residents of the Village have written and illustrated a colouring Book a dedicated to the children of Terrace Zoe Moore penned the history and free Lance artist Marlene Scholl illustrated the 24-Page project a Village historian Stan Miller was consulted during the research. The colouring Book was published in 1980 just in time for the st. Thomas episcopal Church Christmas Bazaar and is an on going moneymaker for the Church. Moore and Scholl donated their talents and time to the Church for the final product a line drawn hand printed Cream and Cocoa tabloid beginning with the period when the Miami Indian tribes a like the ones at it. Ancient Quot lived in the Village More than 1,000 years ago. They built Mounds along what is now Miami Avenue. The Book ends with an illustration of soccer players on the new Drackett Field which was made available through private donations. A it was fun illustrating the said Marlene Scholl who stressed that children of Long term and transient residents alike would enjoy learning about the Village in its Early Days and those buildings still in use. What follows is some of the history shared in the Boole. The Miami indians who lived in the area followed the Little Miami River and then crossed the Ohio into Kentucky nearly 200 years ago. Two cities tried and failed before Terrace Park was named in the 1870 s in a contest for which a sewing machine was the prize. The first Community was actually a fort Covalt station built by capt. Abraham Covalt who led the first White settlers. It burned in 1810. Then Camden City was born in 1850 where Given and Indian Hill roads now Cross. In 1873 Quot Gravo Lette Quot was plotted on the South Side of Wooster Pike. A victorian House circa 18691 was named Gro Volette and built on Wooster Pike by a a proud father of twin daughters who had also built an identical House where the Grade school now stands Quot Moore writes. Ivenus inn built in the Early 1800�?Ts, was a tavern for Farmers and travellers and existed where the local King Kwik now stands. The Traber Boone House circa 18101 at 601 Wooster a was built of Brick made on the spot and stones from the abandoned Covalt station. Jacob Boone Daniels Cousin did the stonework according to the Book and soldiers from fort Washington were stationed there to protect travellers from indians. In 1.828, Terrace Parkr boasted the Cincinnati Chillicothe toll Road. Mrs. Moore wrote a in the House just East of the. Present shopping mall the gatekeeper could raise or lower the Barrier. You had to pay 3 cents to use the toll sketches and a backgrounds of various school buildings Are included in the Book As Are the Smith Lin del i House circa 17991 built by one of Ohio a first . Senators. Aaron Burr had visited the Home and former Village mayor Carl Lindel 1 now resides there. Two landmarks of particular color and interest were built by the Robinson family who were circus owners. The first is the Robinson circus House and the second is st. Thomas episcopal Church. Mrs. Moore tells it this Way a in 1857 the Robinson family came to town with their circus. They purchased this Home and added circus motifs in the Woodwork. A memorial to pet elephant Tillie is in the front John Robinson iii built st. Thomas in memory of his wife and daughter in 1907. Church elders a persuaded Robinson not to have circus decorations but they did receive a Large stained Glass window of mrs. Robinson her daughter and Angels Complete with Marcel Waves a concluded historian Moore. The window was broken during a remodelling in 1954. The artistic and informative colouring Book is yet another example of volunteerism in Terrace Park which according to councilman Lester Overway has helped the Community to reach goals and promote cooperation among its citizens. To place a classified and Call 731-7170 by 3 00 . Monday display advertising amp news Call 531-0234 paper delivery 731-4200 cd Nch a Nat us Bimbane newspapers not afoot his be Jami Mark of circulation integrity serving 17,000 Homes in Eastwood. East Hyde Park. Fairfax. Hyde Park. Madison place. Madisonville Mariemont. It. Lookout. Oakley. Shawano Trail. Terrace Park est. 1936 vol. 45 no. 4 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday Jan. 28, 1981 20c 4415 Montgomery re. From Mariemont to Anderson township mercy hospitals move eases growing pains by Lisa Twyman our lady of mercy hospital8 announcement that it is moving its health care facilities from Mariemont to Anderson township met with regret but not total Surprise from Village officials. In a prepared statement mayor Clarence Erickson said a i was disappointed but nevertheless 1 respect their decision and feel that from their standpoint they have made a sound one. Quot expansion possibilities above and beyond the current ones under consideration. Would be very limited or impossible at the Mariemont site a the expansion possibilities alluded to by the mayor were for a 27-bed building addition construction of a parking garage and increased auxiliary facilities for a total Price tag of $7 million the Mariemont planning commission agreed to Issue the variance necessary to construct these additions if the Hospital in turn agreed to reroute its traffic pattern contend with water run off and plan no future expansion to the Mariemont site. The commission deemed these stipulations necessary to reduce the Structure s Impact on neighbouring property owners. Mariemont High school band boasts championship season capturing trophies on the Gridiron like their counterparts on the football team the warriors of Mariemont High school Muhsi band staged one of the most impressive seasons in recent years. Beginning with a particularly arduous summer Camp in which the band suffered More pre season injuries than the football team this years band overcame Many adversities including fewer participants due to de Clining enrolment to become a championship unit. Led by Field commanders Kim Kaiser and Jeff Root under the direction of Kim Pretzer assisted by Robert Dominique the marching warriors provided the Backbone of fan support at each football game throughout the season and All the Way to the state championships. In addition to games and concerts the band competed in several marching competitions including the prestigious music bowl iii at us. But the highlights of this years performances came sept. 20 and oct. 25 when the band won first place in its division at both the Campbell county and Glen Este contests. The marching warriors have now shifted indoors where they have been joined by additional students for the Winter and Spring concert band season. They can be seen next in concert March 10, 7 30 ., at the High school. The t Public is invited to attend. Meanwhile band members Are Busy preparing for a visit to Jackson Mich in May where they will be guests of the Napoleon High school band. This is the second half of an Exchange program. As the Napoleon band visited Mariemont last year. Two months ago. Mercy officials withdrew their request for the building permit. Helen Balush the hospitals director of Public relations explained that the Cost of meeting these conditions was prohibitively expensive. Balush said that Hospital Quot officials were aware that the Hospital would eventually outgrow the Mariemont facility. She admits that the Village constrictions May have helped to a Speed up the process a and that the development of a site to carry the Hospital into the next Century was an inevitability. She said a Long Range plan has existed for several years calling for an alternate site where the Hospital could grow in proportion to the projections of growing health care needs in the Eastern sector of the City. However Cost containment c o n s i d e r a Lions had prompted the Hospital officials to stay at the Mariemont site for As Long As was feasible John Warner associates a st. Louis consulting firm., studied the 12-acre Mariemont site its Topography and zoning restrictions and concluded that Quot a although costs for the new development will be High they will be better used for the future than comparable expenditures at the present site Are in discussing the hospitals impending departure mayor Erickson was Quick to commend the Sisters of mercy for the manner in which they have operated the Hospital for the past. 50 years. Erickson said it is his Hope that the Sisters of mercy retain ownership of the Mariemont building for possibly a doctor s clinic or retirement Home. Balush said the Hospital is waiting for the Warner recommendation before making any comment on the hospitals future use. Erickson estimated the loss of 600 full and part time employees would total $65,000-$70,000 loss in Village Earni. N g la x revenues. However Erickson said he is not looking at this As a Complete loss and is anticipating the recovery of perhaps half of that total in whatever use the building is put to after the Hospital leaves. Erickson said it would probably be several years until the Anderson township site is ready. During that tenure Erickson pledged his support and cooperation to the Hospital and noted that the Hospital has done the same by including the Village in the process of determining a use for the present Hospital site. Fairfax questions toll but oks jail payment Fairfax Village Council passed an emergency ordinance at its Jan. 21 meeting approving an increase from $39.97 to $57.60 payable to the City of Cincinnati for the care and. Incarceration of Fairfax prisoners. Mayor Ronald Cribbet questioned the a $57. 60 figure quoted by the City remarking that a we could put them up in a Holiday inn cheaper than clerk of Council Vir Morgan Zeigler explained that Fairfax really had no Choice in this manner. State statute requires that four hours after a prisoner is incarcerated he must be in a a Complete facility a which includes balanced meals exercise areas and sanitary facilities. Cincinnati provides this to Fairfax for the $57.60 stipend. To this Fairfax resident Kenneth Martin jokingly a asked a a How do i get in there it does no to sound al in other action Council approved the appointment of Paul a. Ferrar As Village Street commissioner and elected Thomas Boles As vice mayor. News Bra efs Mariemont schools open despite strike the Mariemont District education Assn. ,, called for a strike Jan. 25 and formed picket lines monday at the districts five schools. This development came at journal press time on monday. Despite this action by teachers the Mariemont schools have remained open staffed by substitute teachers and Parent volunteers. The strike is a result of teachers anger Over the Board of education decision not to return to the bargaining table and renegotiate a 6.75 percent salary increase recommended by an impasse panel. Teachers Are now asking for a master contract whereby the idea would be the sole bargaining agent for All school staff except administrators. The strike comes after a week of coffees in All three communities off the Mariemont school District Mariemont Fairfax and Terrace Park where teachers and administrators met with residents to discuss the matter st. Mary school sets registration Date st. Mary school 2845 Erie ave Hyde Park will hold its first Grade registration on feb. 1 from 3-5 . And on feb. 2-6, 8-4 . Registration forms will be available at the school All that is required is that a child be 6 years of age by sept. 30 and a $25 Deposit at the time of registration. On sunday feb. 1, the school will Host an open House from 3-5 . The Community is invited to attend programs performed by first graders in the gym and demonstrations being held in the classrooms. The st. Mary Pat also will hold a Book Sale that Day. Officers of 1980-81 Mariemont High school band Are from left top Row Rob Kranz John Vaneaton Tara Schwinn Gilbert. Gillespie Sharon Geiger a Derrick Bucy Tracy Hedlesten David Tornheim and Andrea Henke Bottom Row Lynn Morand Jeff Root Kim Kaiser and Janet Goering. They Are pictured with first place trophies from the Campbell county Northern Kentucky and Glen Este marching band competitions. Coins i Sterling we buy Cash payment ltd i Market at we Cornea of Forest and Lwft Mem Ifni Omiao 631 2112 Fem 7 dats term Uwi iras available savings and loan company 6923 Madisonville Road Mariemont 272 2423

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