Carroll Times Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1994, Carroll, Iowa West Central Iowa's Daily j Newspaper The Times Herald IOWA AUGUST 15,1994 News Briefs FATAL LIGHTNING STRIKE By The Associated Press A suburban St. Louis man his girlfriend and two boys were injured when lightning struck their tents in separate Incidents over the 30, was camping Saturday night along the Missouri River in north St. Louis County when the lightning His 25-year-old Karen Henkel of St. was also in the tent along a river sandbar and was hospitalized with She was listed in satisfactory Early Sunday two boys were injured when they were struck by lightening at a Boy Scout camp at the Lake of the A bolt of lightning hit a tent about 2:45 a.m. at the Hohn Scout said Wayne senior district executive at the Three boys were Inside the tent at the time of the A 10-year-old and an 11-year-old boy were Injured and remain hospitalised said Corky a Camo Ambulance paramedic who responded to the call for The boys were taken to Lake Ozark General Hospital at Lake then transferred to Health Center in Jefferson Both were In stable condition said a nurse CRIME PUSHED WASHINGTON - Trying to shame lawmakers into passing his crime President Clinton urged Congress to set aside petty politics and strike at violence that eating the heart out of this The White House rebounded from last week's surprise defeat of the billion with an aggressive weekend campaign to woo wayward capped Sunday by Clinton's emotional plea from the often it seems that petty political things or superficial divisions keep us in our heart what we know is Clinton told 3,000 churchgoers at the Full Church in suburban Inside EXECUTIVES Insurance executives lead a survey of top salaries In 2 CRP DEADLINE The contracts on CRP acres will begin running out in 1995. Will this land go back into production or will a new program be - Page 5 Neu election to board Sports KRAUS WINS AGAIN Kraus Chiropractic of Carroll captures Major State Open 16 Inch Softball Tournament championship for the fourth straight - Pages 6 and 8 DEDHAM TEAM THIRD Light of Dedham finishes third in the Class A State 16 Inch Softball while Iowa Savings Bank of Coon Rapids places sixth in Class B 9 Weather LOCAL FORECAST Low around 60. Southeast wind 5 to 10 partly sunny and a little High in the middle 80s. South wind 10 to 20 GROWING I FIRST i V CLASSi CARROLL By STEVE HAVILAND Times Herald Staff Writer After serving on the Des Moines Area Community College Board of Directors for two Naomi Neu of Carroll has decided to seek a longer Neu Is running without opposition for a three-year term on She would represent 3rd which includes Carroll and numerous surrounding school Neu win appear on the ballot when voters go to the polls Sept. 13, to elect members to their local school Neu said board makes many of the same decisions for that a local school board makes for its In Neu was appointed to the board when Susan formerly of Coon moved to Clouser asked Neu to fill out her and the board approved Neu's guess it made sense because I've always been Interested in Neu said of her kept up with the changes In education over last 25years." Naomi Neu A native of Falls Neu is a graduate of the University of Nebraska at Lincoln with a degree in child She earned a master's degree in education with an emphasis on gifted children from Columbia University in New York After student teaching in New York City public Neu moved to Carroll and spent two years teaching and two years as a substitute in the public schools before raising a would have to assume that I would offer a diversity to the board in I have a teaching background and the other board members do as far as I Neu Her Art is the former Iowa lieutenant governer and a member of the Foundation They have three grown While Naomi has never held an elected she is familiar with the process through her husband's Neu has an active member of the Carroll She has been a member of the Carroll Concert Association Carroll Community Theatre Parent Council in the Carroll Community School District and the local chapter of the League of Women Plan Is gimmick Branstad proposes 15% income tax cut DES Iowa - Gov. Terry Branstad today proposed a 15 percent reduction in income taxes spread over the next four His proposal calls for a million income tax cut in the first growing to million a year by the time the proposal is fully in In the package calls for a million cut in property taxes paid by businesses for machinery and and a total of million in spending cuts spread over the four will reduce the tax burden In Iowa from slightly above the national average to well below the national said Democratic Bonnie Campbell dismissed the plan as an nothing in his record to suggest the tax cuts will ever said never have Campbell said she was preparing a tax package that would also call for and said Branstad was desperate candidate who is repeating the of tax cut ' The governor unveiled his proposal at a Statehouse news conference flanked by Republican legislative leaders and The proposal was developed over the last month and is designed to be Republican unity Branstad implementation tax cuts would total Branstad Branstad promised a tax cut during his primary campaign against U.S. Rep. Fred and has been meeting witli GOP legislative leaders since the June primary to work out He was hoping to use the plan to regain momentum in his bid lor a fourth term in Polls have shown him locked in a tight race with who Is the attorney In his Branstad said the state afford tax cuts because a budget deficit has been wiped out and the economy is continuing to The Branstad is designed to the money to individuals and families to enable them to malie their own spending rather than have government make those choices for Branstad proposal - Phasing in a 15 percent cut in income tax reducing income taxes by million in the first year and eventually by million when it's fully in - Spending an additional million a in large to replace local property taxes that would be phased Of tlie million would represent revenue lost to localities by the elimination of the property tax on new machinery and The other million would go to pay increases in mental health programs that are supported by local property - Cutting state spending by million a year during each of the four including turning more programs over to businesses and of activities and services that have outlived their - Letting spending for local schools grow by 3 percent a as well as adding space for 1,000 new prison inmates and completing the final phase of the state's fiber-optic communications In his news See Page 12 Muddy Woodstock festival receives mixed reviews - Its energy the Woodstock Nation of 1994 lumbered home today from the sloppy festival grounds like a column of walking They died For all the rain and the filthy toilets and lack of the delays and organizational there were few wet and people left In a sort of grumbling been This is going to go down in said Joe Walsh of Conn. remember it - how long will I remember I But it wasn't all peace and love in this instant city of 350,000. Some who bought the tickets never got stranded in parking lots miles from the site when shuttle bus service As many as 150,000 people got in free as security Others fied bad Gail 26, of Baltimore arrived Saturday morning and left just a few hours later seeing any of the It's she said by telephone from her mother's house in were no signs telling you where to go and what to People are falling down on the and people are closing in on top of There was no form of crowd And it was a nasty not a nice Woodstock was about the Counting the all-night dance raves and small bands that played till it was essentially rock 'n' roll for almost 72 Most of the 40-odd acts put on memorable from Joe Cocker's reprise of his classic See Page 12 Neu also served a term as chairwoman of the cystic fibrosis drive and as of the American Field which works with foreign exchange Neu currently is an area representative for Iowa Public Television and sits on the WOI public radio development Neu said Is an asset to Carroll and the surrounding do feel that the creation of has been a wonderful thing for students who are unable to go to four-year colleges right Neu our case we are so fortunate to have a campus in Not only Is a stepping stone to a four-year Neu it also provides training for present and future employees of local has been Instrumental obviously in bringing new Industry to Carroll simply because we have that cooperation and training ground Neu Neu said she would like to see increased cooperation among the businesses and See Page 12 Times Herald Photo by Storjohann Manning holds reunion Manning High School graduate Jean helps position a wedding veil on Kadee Schiltz as Schlitz prepares to walk down the runway at Friday afternoon's style held as part of the Manning The show and luncheon were held in the Lutheran church and featured 116 outfits modeled by 35 Seating was limited to 165 Many of the selections had direct ties with Manning High School or were clothes worn since the school was founded in 1883. Stadtlander is modeling an outfit worn by the 1981 volleyball which took runner-up honors in the state Another uniform that brought back memories was a 74-Year-old baseball outfit from shown by Chad Saturday night's banquet served 565 including 163 who traveled from 24 different states to attend the The banquet also featured a program and the dedication of a new trophy Other weekend events included boll tours of the school and and a Sunday morning pancake 2 specialists join staff at St. Anthony clinic A vascular surgeon from Omaha and the chief of orthopedic surgery at a Des Moines hospital will be serving the new outpatient clinic at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Dr. John Edwards is a vascular surgeon from St. Hospital in Omaha and also practices at a number of hospitals In the Omaha and Council Bluffs He graduated from Rush Medical College in Chicago In 1982 and served a surgical residency at the University of Michigan from 1983 to 1986. He has been Involved in research of gastrointestinal surgery and vascular surgery at the University of Michigan and Harvard He was certified by the American Board of Surgery In 1990 added qualifications in vascular in 1991. Edwards has been widely published and he has made professional presentations on vascular surgery Edwards will begin seeing patients at St. Anthony on Aug. 30 and will have clinics on the second Friday of each Dr. Joshua Kimelman is a board certified orthopedic surgeon from Des Moines and is affiliated with five hospitals in the Des Moines He is chief of orthopedic surgery at Mercy Hospital Medical Center in Des Kimelman graduated from the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery In Des Moines In 1973 and served a residency at U.S. Public Health Services Hospital in New York City from 1973 to 1979. He began seeing patients in Carroll Aug. 2 and will be in the St. Anthony clinic on the first and third Tuesday morning Anthony Is providing this clinic space to area specialists so that people living In the Carroll area can receive the benefit of a specialist without having to drive a long said St. Anthony vice president Randy is St. Anthony's intention to continue to seek new opportunities to make health care more accessible to the people in the Carroll and the clinics being held for Omaha and Des Moines physicians is part of that Authorities fear worst as 9, missing in SE Iowa Iowa - said they fear the worst after a fruitless search for a 9-year-old girl who disappeared from a home in Brighton Saturday going to continue as long as said Brighton Fire Chief Chris who coordinated the don't want to sound too but our hearts are This stuff doesn't happen in a small and we're not sure how to handle Anna Marie Emry of Grinnell was reported missing about 7:30 a.m. Saturday from the home of her Robert She had gone there while her Tony and Peggy had gone out of town to celebrate their wedding The parents have joined in the After two the search was called off at 9 p.m. Sunday and will resume if leads Davies said Robert Emry checked on the girl at about 1 a.m. when he went to bed and reported her missing the next Anna is described as 4-feet 5-in-ches tall with brown hair and blue She weighs about 65 and she was last seen wearing a purple nightshirt and matching Sheriffs officials said the only clue in the case was a screen had been removed from the back door of the uncle's Searchers used canine teams and horseback crews to comb the area around Brighton over the but they came up Authorities said they have ruled family squabbles as a reason for the Anyone with information is to contact the Washington County Sheriffs office at 319-653-2107.