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Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - May 16, 1990, Cincinnati, OhioYaj a cd Quot j it tude of poetry h thanks a3 Jav v j cd a 03 co sports Crew cuts a new Row of trophy for Mariemont a9 inside Calendar. A10 police. .a2 churches. A13 schools. .a4 classified. R1 sports. .a9 deaths. A13 viewpoints. .a12 a a him i to o n o v Eltern Hills journal press Eoj vol. 55, no. 14 two sections 22 pages wednesday May 16, 1990 a press Community newspaper serving Fairfax Hyde Park Madison Mace Mariemont it Lookout Oakley amp Terrace Par Columbia views new retail site plan by fran save staff reporter Columbia township Columbia township trustees approved preliminary plans monday night for contraction of a retail development at the base of the Hill bounded by Highland and Kennedy avenues. Plans for the project will now be shown to residents of neighbouring communities so that they have a Chance to express Trier views said Ann Mcbride a land planner with st. Luke Center work begins Oakley st. Luke Center held a groundbreaking ceremony sunday for construction of a 24-unit Wing for people with alzheimer a disease and related disorders. The nursing Home also plans to build 18 assisted living apartments and to completely renovate the existing 150-bed skilled nursing Home. The project is estimated to Cost $6,000,000, said Mari Messer spokesperson for episcopal retirement Homes. Erh owns and operates the nursing Home. A in our new assisted living apartments residents will be Able to receive the help they need to stay As Active and Independent As possible a said Juliana Greer administrator of st. Luke Center. A assistance with dressing bathing or remembering to take medication Are some of the services we will offer. Our ultimate goal is to create a Model geriatric Center which will serve the needs of st. Luke residents As Well As older adults in the Community a Greer added. A a highlight of the first phase of st. Luke centers plan is a state of the Art 24-unit treatment Center for persons with alzheimer a disease a said Brian Tansey st. Luke centers executive director. A the Wing will feature private rooms where residents will be surrounded by their own belongings and where they will be Able to move around in an attractive secure environment a Tansey added. He said the staff on the alzheimer a unit will not Wear uniforms. In addition to the alzheimer a unit st. Luke Scenter will receive a new Chapel and improved occupational therapy physical therapy and speech therapy services. Kef inc., Are architects for the project. Strauss and Troy. She explained the plans to the trustees. Developers of the project Are Zaremba associates of Lakewood Ohio and Tipton associates of Cincinnati. Mcbride was joined by John Scorroco of Tipton and Dick Haglage of Zaremba. It was the second set of plans put Forth by Zaremba who failed to get a zone change earlier this year for a similar project proposed last fall. The plans approved by trustees monday night called for a 250,000 Square foot develop ment smaller than the one originally proposed by Zaremba. Mcbride said that the retail use site would be dropped 10 to 12 feet below Kennedy Avenue to minimize the Impact on the residential neighbourhood. The developers propose to Widen Kennedy Avenue to three lanes from Highland to Ken Oak. A it Wouch be heavily Bermed and lands Ped a Mcbride said. In addition stoplights would be installed at Highland and Kennedy and at the Highland exit from 1-71, an intersection trustee Bill Vitale called one of the most dangerous in the township. Mcbride said that the project would be 50 feet closer to Highland Avenue than originally planned so less of the Hillside would be used. In addition there would be Only one Access to the development from Kennedy Avenue instead of three As proposed last year. In announcing the plans to the trustees Mcbride said 47 single family lots would be maintained at the top of the Hill for future development with a 15-acre Green Belt Between the retail stores and the Homes. Bill Vitale one of three township trustees said that Homes proposed for the area would Start at $150,000. Most of the land is owned by Peter Osher. John Butkovich. A resident of the Hill where the proposed development would be located expressed concern that residents were not contacted before the preliminary plans were developed he was one of several residents attending the meeting to voice concerns about the project. Fran Sive press staff Carol and Bill Ream enjoy a quiet moment outside their Home with sons Spencer 2, and Newborn Casey. Mariemont baby wait mom and dad deliver in unexpected Home birth by fran Sive staff reporter Mariemont Home delivery has taken on a special meaning for Carol and Bill Ream. Carol a journalist gave birth to a 5 Pound 11 ounce boy May 8 in the bedroom of their Mariemont townhouse. She did it without without Benefit of painkillers doctors or midwives. Bill an architect helped his wife deliver the baby Casey John Ream their second child. The Home birth Wasny to what they a planned and until a few minutes before Casey was born they still thought they could make it to the Hospital. Carol had begun having labor pains in the evening and took a Bath to help her relax. A you do want to have an epidural done to you a Bill asked his wife As they walked Back to the bedroom. A what woman in her right mind would go through natural childbirth a Carol remembers thinking. It was 8 53 or 8 58 . They re not sure which. The pains were coming about every 10 to 12 minutes. Bill called the doctor who told them to Call Back in an hour. Four or five minutes later Carol had another labor pain. It a hit hard a Carol said. A i was trying to scream into a Pillow because i did no to want to Wake Spencer a their two year old son. It was now 9 09 or 9 10, and Bill began packing carols things. A i had put off packing a Carol confessed. A we do everything at the last it was then that Bill noticed things were moving along faster than he had realized. A i ran Back to Call the doctor hut the answering service had me on hold a at carols suggestion he called 911. A then he ran downstairs to open the door and Clear a path for the Stretcher. A put a dress on me a Carol begged Bill. To get ready for the trip to the Hospital shed begun putting electric rollers in her hair in spite of the labor pains. The rollers popped out As he pulled the dress Over her head. A then i saw the Crown of the baby a head a space of Gray a Bill said. A ooh my god its a baby a he cried. He was worried because he hear the sirens yet. They realized they were on their own. A god help us with this a they prayed. Carol gave a couple of screams pushed twice and Casey was born. A the was Beautiful a Bill said. A the had All his arms and legs and fingers and he Hadnot yet noticed that Carol had Given birth to a son. Bill gently turned Casey Over. A i patted his Back and he started crying. That was so relieving to hear please see baby a13 briefly by flows Fedis Marcy 0�?Tconiwr74 5- 0077 ii sgt Kilgour annual carnival saturday it. Lookout Kilgour elementary school is holding its 50th annual carnival saturday May 19. The carnival will be held from 11 . To 5 ., rain or Shine and the Flea Market will open at 8 . The school is located at 1339 Herschel Avenue near Ault Park. Part air schools major we. School supplies new Library books and the school Layfield and nature area. Doug Baer takes Mariemont Post Mariemont Douglas Baer was sworn in As a coun cil member and seated at the May 14 Village Council meeting. Baer is the representative for District 5. He replaces Diana Karr who resigned because she is leaving the Village. I Council members Martha Bartlett As pro tem of Council a Post formerly held by mrs. Karr. The president pro tem presides Over Council in the absence of the mayor. Fairfax to hear paramedic plan Fairfax Fairfax Village Council will discuss a proposal tonight from University Hospital to provide joint paramedic service to Fairfax Mariemont and Madison place. Council will also hear a presentation by the corps of engineers explaining the Duck Creek feasibility study. The1 Fairfax Council last month authorized spending funds to join the stud which is being conducted by the City of Cincinnati Fairfax and the corps of engineers. A referendum petition to repeal the ordinance authorizing funds for the study has been filed with Vir Morgan Ziegler clerk treasurer of Fairfax. If there Are enough valid signatures on the Petiton it will be pm the november ballot. Car course offered May 17 the red Cross car cardiopulmonary resuscitation course will be offered from 8 30 . To 4 30 . Thursday May 17, at the Hyde Park United methodist Church 1345 Grace ave. There is a fee for materials. For More information and to Register Call the Cincinnati red Cross at 579-3080 is Between 8 30 . 4 30 . He said a primary concern of residents of the area is that if a retail development is placed at the Bottom of the Hill no one will want to build expensive Homes at the top. Butkovich also disputed developers claims that there could be 47 lots because a Ravine extends through the area. Mcbride said that the Green Belt separating the two projects would keep the top of the Hill suitable for housing because the retail stores would not be visible. Please see retail a13 gaslight gala set May 29 Hyde Park the seventh annual gaslight gala will be held tuesday May 29, from 6-8 ., at Arthurs bar restaurant and Garden on Edwards Road. The gala which features a Buffet open bar and silent auction is a fundraiser co sponsored by the Hyde Park Center for older adults and the Hyde Park neighbourhood Council. Deadline for reservations is May 21. Tickets Cost $25 per person and $40 per couple. Paid reservations can be made in person at the Hyde Park Center for older adults located at the Corner of Erie and Shaw avenues. To Reserve tickets by mail Send a Check to mrs. Helen Wing 3011 Portsmouth Avenue Cincinnati of 45208. Co chairs for this years gala Are Janet buening a Board member of the Hync and Deb Cyprich director of the a Proa. A car thurs a is delightful a buening said. A they Are extremely generous and very Good about working with us. There Are tons of food and a Champagne Fountain in the Garden besides an open bar. The buddy Ross ensemble plays in the buening said the gala is a lots of fun really Friendly and really open. And you done to have to clean up when its Over you go the popular event draws a capacity crowd buening said and reservations Are limited. The evening will feature a silent auction of items donated by members of the Hyde Park business association. Donations include a dress from final touch a Karg Glass paperweight from Miller Galler a Kitchen drink timer which has been featured in the museum of modern Art collection from voltage four reds tickets from Chase Bank gift certificates from Busken bakery computer land Art and sue Baker Florist indigo a and discovery dinner for two from win Erie a a real estate Market evaluation from Robinson realtors a $100, series be Bond from Central Trust Bank a gift certificate for a cervical and Lumbar Roll from the comprehensive physical therapy Center a Book from the dust jacket and a signed and numbered wildlife print from councilman John Mirlisena

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