Carroll Times Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1990, Carroll, Iowa ( Central k Iowa's Daily Newspaper y 1 The Times Herald IOWA FEBRUARY 1,1990 News Briefs FATHER ARRESTED Iowa - A Lineville man has been charged with second-degree murder In the shooting death of his authorities The Wayne County Sheriffs Department said Randall 39. of Van was shot Wednesday night during an apparent domestic dispute at his father's home in this community along the Jack 65, was arrested in the shooting of his son and was being held at the Wayne County authorities SCHOOL CHIEF RESIGNS Iowa Boyer says he plans to resign as superintendent of schools in because of philosophical differences with the Board of Boyer said Wednesday he intends to step down at the end of the current school The school board meets Feb. 19 to consider the Boyer had been superintendent at Anamosa since the 1986-87 school year and was superintendent for nine years before that at the Northeast Community School District In Goose He said his problems began in the 1987-88 school when it became obvious there was not sufficient money to finance all staff There were staff reductions In the 1988-89 school FEEDING STRAYS DES Iowa -A factory security guard fired for failing to heed a plant manager's request to stop feeding stray dogs Is not entitled to jobless state labor officials Kenneth C. 61, of Fairfield was fired after refusing to fire up boilers and to stop feeding the The Iowa Employment Appeal Board said the refusal to fire the boilers was not Job misconduct because it was part of a labor-management But continuing to feeds the dogs was misconduct because Keck refused a reasonable request from FLUORIDE SAFETY NEW YORK - A study has found a possible link between fluoride and cancer In but dental experts said previous research gives strong evidence that fluoridated water is have to sort of consider that one study in relation to many others that have been carried said Colin editor of the Journal of Dental no material that's been added to the diet or water that's been more thoroughly tested than In terms of its potential he Store's decision to have immediate impact Inside ISLAND GIRLS Denise Wieland and Beth LeVere play two island girls in the upcoming production of to be presented next - Page 4 Sports PIN RECORD Kuemper wrestler Gary Lenz sets a school pin 7 Weather cloudy with a 30 percent chance of Low 10 to 15. Northeast wind 10 to 15 scattered flurries in the Mostly High near 20. GROWING FIRST By JOHN GILLIS Times Herald Staff Writer The urban renewal ball is rolling in Carroll following the announcement Wednesday that Wal-Mart plans to build a 71,159-square-foot store in the city's downtown urban renewal decision to build in Carroll will have an immediate effect on some businesses in the area which will be forced to in the original extension area including Joe Halbur's Dr. and Peterson Company will be said Carroll Mayor Hip don't know exactly which ones will be moving but we know it's going to be a rapid process once we get he Other businesses facing relocation include the Smart Set Town and Country State Farm Roberts & Dybdahl and Southwest Orthodontic Association and Oral Maxillofacial Wal-Mart surveyors were busy working this morning and sets of appraisals of property in the area are under said City Manager Rick The city will begin negotiating for land with property owners in the area when the appraisals been received by the city manager Construction on the new described as a family shopping will begin May 1, and is expected to be completed by About 180 new Jobs will be 'The city attorney Immediately started on a redevelopment agreement that outlines when property is turned who does what and Sonnenburg adding that will also spell out the size and value of the new The city manager said from move will run about Expenses include land environmental demolitions and relocation Infrastructure costs - for extension of water and sewer service to new development - will also be included in those Sonnenburg Wal-Mart will build immediately west of the original 13-acre urban renewal area on a site now occupied by Peterson Biddick The which extended to the alley east of was bounded on the south by the railroad tracks Students learning CPR Carroll High School students are learning cardiopulmonary resuscitation techniques during classes taught by Baddeley and teacher's assistant Herald Photo by Larry Monica sophomore Jenni daughter of Wes and Judy Horn of practices CPR on a House approves interstate banking CARROLL DES Iowa approval of legalized interstate banking could come as early as today In the wake of a narrow House vote to allow out-of-state holding companies to buy Iowa The compromise which could end a decade of bitter infighting at the also includes a new requirement that all banks make public where they are investing their allows said Rep. Steve floor manager of the treats the banks fairly and It treats the consumer 'The whole issue is blatantly countered Rep. Robert The House approved the measure 54-45, sending it to the Senate where backers said they were also confident of a done said Rep. Gaiy Gov. Terry Branstad has not taken a position on the but legislators of both parties predicted the governor will sign it into law because many business groups back the Final legislative approval Is expected later in the Senate Majority Leader said debate could come later today and he agreed passage was a virtual The debate has divided the Legislature for splitting lawmakers more along rural and urban lines than typical partisan See Page 2 and on the north by U.S. 30. The west edge of the urban renewal area was extended to U.S. 71 by vote of the city council in Land-use plans for the original urban renewal approved by the council last called for two existing Carroll and to build new stores in the Although the two stores have dropped their original Kienapfel still in urban In he the city has more inquiries from other retail interested in moving to are about four out-of-town retail businesses that have contacted us about moving into the area - they'll come if we can find them he decision could have created a certain degree of magnetism for other businesses to relocate in the urban renewal Sonnenburg Westward expansion of the downtown retail area has been a goal of the city Downtown urban renewal have run into opposition by businesses in the area facing possible According to a telephone relay network set up to get new information about urban renewal from city hall to businesses in the area working 'The response to it has been pretty Some people haven't been pleased with but everybody seems to be trying to work things he The city council is currently See Page 11 President proposes major troop reductions WASHINGTON - President winning bipartisan acclaim in is proposing further deep cuts in U.S. and Soviet troop strength in Europe and declaring time has to swiftly conclude agreements limiting strategic and chemical with communism our aim must be to ensure democracy's the president said Wednesday night in a State of the Union speech that blended his new troop withdrawal proposal with a pledge to withdraw the remainder of the U.S. invasion force from Panama by the end of the In a surprise Bush proposed cutting military manpower in to 195,000 troops on each down from the 275,000 figure that was the U.S. bargaining position at conventional force negotiations in The president said he called Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev earlier in the day to inform him of the which already had been endorsed by NATO The Bush was a response to revolution of in which he said the United States at the ter of a widening circle of Bush said Gorbachev seemed to the idea and was studying it. Soviet Foreign Ministry spokesman Gennady Gerasimov said on ABC-TV this morning that the Kremlin was with Bush's troop cut proposal a But he said the Soviets want all foreign troops out of Europe that's Bush's bottom It is In NATO Secretary-General Manfred Woerner said the allies offered their support in for Bush's new steps take account of new political developments in the while remaining consistent with the needs of the alliance's strategy of he The surprise overture was the centerpiece of an address that also promised to in through savings research and improved and called on citizens to and racism and Bush also renewed his call for a See Page 11 Golfers to tee off Saturday in Black Hawk Arctic Open Reservations are still being taken for the Black Hawk Artie Open golf tournament Saturday at Black Hawk Lake in Lake times for the three-man best ball tournament will be from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the southwest corner of the lake near Ice House said tournament organizer Gary got about 120 people who are interested and we have a few cancellations - so there are some he Greens fees are for a single entry and for a Proceeds from the event will benefit the Sac County Pheasants Forever and the Lake View Commercial Club and will go to conservation and community betterment Kruse said the commercial made up of local has donated more than to community organizations in the past five Cash prizes given away will total and about 50 items will be given away as door Free chili will be served to tournament pants at the lake's east Kruse said the local volunteer fire department has sprayed the fairways with green water colored by vegetable die and carpets have been placed down for tees and a little bit of snow on the fairways and it's just like a regular golf he adding that also drilled holes in the Holes range from 110 yards to 260 said who added that the ice on the lake is 14 inches be free coffee for spectators and parking will be available along the bay for those who want to sit in there cars and he The idea for a winter golf tournament on the lake came from a tournament in Kruse done it for a few years and we just decided that with the lake here it would be a natural thing to do - we hope it becomes an annual he For more contact Kruse at 657-2628. Home schooling meeting set Feb. 6 Parents In the Carroll Community School District who would like to educate their children at home next year are urged to attend a special meeting at 7 p.m. Feb. 6. in the high school board At the school officials will present a home schooling proposal to parents who are considering teaching their children at home during the 1990-91 school Discussion on the proposal will School officials will also conduct registration of home schooling youngsters Parents who are unable attend Tuesday's meeting must register their children with school officials by 4 p.m. Feb. 7. To register children for home contact the superintendent's office at 792-5540. Registrations received after the deadline will not be assured of eligibility for the 1990-91 school officials Anybody with questions on the meeting should contact Superintendent Dale Proctor at 792-5540.