Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 22, 1988 · Page 3
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•Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Tuesday, March 22, 1988 PageS Area Report Kewanna Fire Department Raising Money KEWANNA — The Kewanna-Union Township Fire Department is raising money for new equipment through a community-wide 'fund drive. A representative from the department will be phoning local residents in the coming weeks, asking for $15 donations. Anyone contributing to the drive will receive a free color portrait. The picture will be taken at the station. Academy Holds Dinner For Convention KEWANNA — The Kewanna Christian Academy is sponsoring an all-you-can-eat spaghetti and salad bar dinner Saturday. The dinner will be from 5 to 7:30 p.m. in the Kewanna-Union Township Fire Station. Free wiil donations will be accepted. Proceeds from the meal will defer expenses for a trip to a national convention in New Jersey. Home deliveries may be obtained by calling 653-2657. Easter Egg Hunt Saturday In Kewanna KEWANNA — An Easter egg hunt will be held Saturday in Kewanna Town Park. The hunt, will be at 1:30 p.m. If the hunt is rained out, it will be rescheduled for April 2. Betty Rendel On Bush Committee INDIANAPOLIS — A Miami County Republican has been named to the George Bush campaign committee in Indiana. Betty Rendel of Mexico, the former chairman of the National Federation of Republican Women, is a member of the Bush For President Executive Committee in Indiana. Other members of the committee include State Republican Chairman Gordon Durnil, Rep. John Myers, Gov. Robert Orr and Indianapolis Mayor William Hudnut. License Branches Change Check Policy INDIANAPOLIS — New guidelines set by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles will change the acceptance of personal checks at license branches. Charles E. Lay ton, the commissioner of the bureau, has announced that no two-party checks will be allowed and out-of-state checks will be allowed only if the driver paying has an Indiana driver's license. Drivers who present checks at a license branch must have two pieces of identification and one must be an Indiana driver's license or an identification card. Any checks returned to the bureau from a bank or financial institution will cost the driver $15 or five percent of the face amount of the check up to $250 if that amount is greater. An additional $10 fee will be collected if an excise tax is involved. Under new state legislation, drivers who submit bad checks can have their driving privileges suspended. Well Problem Closes Casablanca Restaurant A Logansport restaurant has closed temporarily until a problem with it water supply is resolved. The Casablanca Restaurant on 18th Street has been closed by its owner, John Fleps, until the drinking water in the well for the restaurant is safe or a new well is drilled, Fleps said Monday. The Environmental Protection Agency cited the restaurant's well Thursday for coliform bacteria levels exceeding the maximum contaminant level. Fort Wayne Loses Airline Maintenance FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) Officials of United Express have 'announced that the airline's maintenance hub will be relocated from Fort Wayne to Appleton, Wis., probably within the next year. The board of directors for United Express, a passenger '•airline formerly known as Air Wisconsin, voted Monday to consolidate maintenance in Appleton, where the corporation is headquartered. Baer Field will remain a United Express line maintenance operation, handling light maintenance work, according to Watson Whiteside, vice president of marketing for the airline. "We'll remain an active part of Baer Field,'' Whileside said. Maintenance operations in Moline, 111., which also bid for the hub operations, will be closed within the next year, he said. Zoning Continued From Page 1 traffic pattern planned for the new banking facility, but after studying the proposal, he said, the design is acceptable. Traffic will enter the drive-in banking facility from the northwest and exit onto the main artery in front of the Mall. The board approved five requests and denied one during a 2 M> hour session Monday. The only petition denied was a request for a variance from developmental standards to allow a billboard near property at 801 W. Market St. Burkhart Advertising was asking for the variance to place the sign on property owned by Richard Bower. The variance was needed because there is another billboard located closer than 500 feet from the proposed sign. The board voted 3-2 not to allow the sign. The petition met a 2-2 vote at the February meeting of the board resulting in the re-hearing Monday. Board member John Miller was absent at the February meeting. He voted along with Gene Donate and James Haley to prohibit the sign. Board members Roger Troutman and Tad Wilkinson voted in favor of the petition. The board also approved a variance to allow a baroeque ">~-l Expansion Area restauant at 815-15th St., despite heavy opposition from neighbors in the area of the structure. C. Forrest Spencer and Ivan Davis, owners of the property, said they are planning to sell the property to someone who would like to open a carry-out barbeque restaurant. Spencer told the board that the structure has been empty for three years after being used for more than 30 years by a TV sales and service and by an appliance repair business. Catherine Conrad, 1430 Usher St., said she represented many of the people in the neighborhood who opposed the restaurant. She presented the board with a petition signed by 25 people. The petition was approved 3-2 by the board. Aging Teaching Corps Worries Gary GARY, Ind. (AP) - A rapidly aging teaching force in the Gary Community School Corp., where the average teacher's age is in the late 40s or early 50s, is forcing administrators to recruit nationwide for younger staffers. "It's a cause for concern," said Ann Ramsey, assistant director of personnel for the school system. "Everyone in the system is aware of the problem. Administrators and principals are working hard on recruitment." Because Gary has the largest school corporation in northwest Indiana, the problems of losing aging teachers are magnified compared to other school districts in the area. Until recently, one of the lowest starting pay rates for teachers in the area has made it difficult to attract top young teachers, In two years, more than 35 percent of the approximately 1,600 teachers in the Gary School nearing retirement. A study conducted by Ramsey two years ago, surveying 1,500 teachers in the city, shows there are now 358 teachers between the ages of 58 and 71, which is 24 percent of the workforce. Her study also reveals that in two years 35 percent of the workforce or 450 teachers will be in that age category. Ramsay said she expects the figure to keep climbing. 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