Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 22, 1988 · Page 6
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The change will reflect the school's religious heritage and end confusion over Marion and Marian College of Indianapolis, officials said. ; The 1,100-student institution has also increased its graduate programs, justifying university status for the school located in Marion. Jazz Bands Will Compete At Indiana State TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) — High school jazz bands from across the state will gather Saturday for the 14th Annual Indiana Stale University Jazz Festival. The day-long event will include competitions and clinics conducted by two jazz artists. The festival will begin at 10 a.m. in the school's Tilson Music Hall in Tirey Memorial Union. An awards ceremony will be held at 7 p.m., follwed by a concert featuring the winning high school band, the ISU Jazz Ensemble and the featured artists. Japanese Study Programs Start Around State RICHMOND, Ind, (AP) — Seven school corporations will develop programs in Japanese studies under the guidance of Earlham College and a grant from the Indiana Department of Education. South Bend, Anderson, Gary Elkhart, Lafayette, Tippecanoe and West Lafayette school corporations will participate in the second year of a three-year program. To be selected, the school corporations had to be committed to establishing a first-year Japanese language program and developing Japanese studies programs for all grades. The state grant covers expenses for participating teams of four members of each corporation to attend a two-week institute at Earlham in June, followed by a three-week study program in Japan. Construction Worker Is Crushed To Death INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A 43-year-old Texas man was crushed to death by a bulldozer while he worked on the Indianapolis International Airport expansion project, police said. Rodolfo S. Alzarado of Houston, the father of eight, was pronounced dead at the scene Monday afternoon, officials said. He was working at the southwestside construction site when he became wedged in the treads of a bulldozer. Alzarado was an employee of Laney Inc., a subcontractor on the job. He had worked for the company for seven months, an office manager said. Indianapolis Cleanup Of Dump Site Cheaper INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says Indianapolis will have to help pay for the cleanup cost of a Zionsville landfill, but not for a neighboring site that also is on the federal Superfund list. The tenative agreement by the EPA means the city will pay $4 million less than it expected, said Vicky Keramida, administrator for the city Division of Water and Land Protection. The latest estimate to clean up Norlhside Sanitary Landfill is lower than earlier ones, she said. The city won't have to help with Enviro-Chem Corp., she said. Both sites are on the EPA's priority list of hazardous waste sites that need to be cleaned up. Indianapolis will be responsible for paying about 15 percent, or $1.8 million of the Northside cleanup cost, which is estimated at about $12 million, Keramida said. The city had expected to pay $5.8 million to help clean both sites. Featherbed soft to Super Firm INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Officials have announced a $98.4 million expansion program for the Indianapolis International Airport that will include a new runway, better roads, more parking spaces and general renovations. The project will take 2Vz years to complete and will affect six areas of airport activity, Cecil D. Ross, secretary of the Indianapolis Airport Authority Board, said Monday. "Construction is expected to begin on some of the projects within the next two months, "said Ross. 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