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Interest in beekeeping sees rise in SEK By KAREN INGRAM The Iola Register
Saundra Upshaw, left, and Paul Upshaw will participate in the Relay for Life on Friday night. The event has been moved from the square to the IHS gym. REGISTER/KAYLA BANZET
Relay special for cancer survivor By KAYLA BANZET The Iola Register
Friday night hundreds will meet at Iola High School to raise awareness and money for cancer research at the Relay for Life event. During that time cancer survivors and those who lost their battle to cancer will be honored. The relay has been moved
to the high school due to rainy weather conditions in the forecast. Laura Vogel, survivor chair, said there are 80 survivors planning to attend. One of those survivors will be Iolan Paul Upshaw. Last July Upshaw, 72, became very ill and paid a visit to the doctor. He and his wife Saundra were sent to Overland Park to Menorah Medi-
cal Center to find a solution. It was there he was diagnosed with B-Cell non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. “At first they couldn’t decide what to do,” Paul said. “The doctors started me on a small dosage of chemo.” Dr. Joseph Stilwill, Paul’s oncologist, started him on a treatment that lasted four days at a time.
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A new organization to support and educate beekeepers is forming with plans to hold their first meeting this month. Anne Meats, Pittsburg, co-founded the Heartland Beekeepers Association of Southeast Kansas with friend and neighbor Linda Russell. They had split off of a larger group in Missouri, the Joplin Area Beekeepers Association. “It was getting too big, and we’ve got a bit of a problem finding a place to meet because of the room capacity,” Meats explained. “We average 70 to 100 members at every meeting.” The Heartland Beekeepers Association of Southeast Kansas will meet at 1 p.m. June 21 in 102 Yates Hall on the Pittsburg State University campus. Meats said this corner of the state is underserved by beekeeping associations and that she hoped to draw
at least 20 people to the first meeting. They expect to see mostly backyard or hobbyist beekeepers, or people who are considering becoming beekeepers. The Joplin group was very good at providing educational programs for new and novice beekeepers and they hope to continue that tradition, Meats said. Robert Moore of Hawley Honey Company, 220 N. Elm St., Iola, said this is a good area for a beekeeping organization. He agreed the area was lacking. Moore said there was an organization in Iola many years ago, but it died off. Now, they have seen a recent surge in interest, especially among younger people and families. This especially strikes a chord with Moore because it’s how he got started. After he got married years ago, he accepted a job at Hawley with his father-in-law, Raymond Cooper. Working together at Hawley for years See BEES | Page A5
Day of Giving helps area organizations By KAYLA BANZET The Iola Register
The Day of Giving on Saturday will help out dozens of area organizations and programs with monetary donations. Each organization is participating for different reasons. Rhonda Dewitt, director for the area’s Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kansas, said she hoped the day will draw attention to the organization’s needs and purpose. “A big part of our participation is letting people know about us,” Dewitt said. “We haven’t been promoted in the Allen and Neosho County area for awhile.”
Dewitt said she hopes to get more people interested in becoming members of the club. “We are always looking for more children and volunteers for the program,” she said. The program pairs adult mentors with youths who could benefit from additional positive role models. Circles of Allen County is a grant-funded program in Iola that helps people in poverty. Georgia Masterson, program director, said she must be very specific on how the money will be used. “There are other needs for Circles that aren’t met See GIVING | Page A5
A torrential downpour dumped 3 inches of rain on Iola in a 30-minute span this morning, filling Coon Creek nearly to its edges and flooding several nearby low-lying streets. Here, a pair of motorists venture through high water along East Monroe Street. The rainy weather isn’t likely to leave anytime soon. Forecasts call for thunderstorms through the weekend. REGISTER/RICHARD LUKEN
Veterans flock to Normandy to remember D-Day COLLEVILLE-SUR-MER, France (AP) — Ceremonies to commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day are drawing thousands of visitors to the cemeteries, beaches and stone-walled villages of Normandy this week, including some of the few remaining survivors of the largest seaborne invasion ever mounted. World leaders and dignitaries including President Barack Obama and Queen Elizabeth II will gather to honor the more than 150,000 American, British, Canadian
and other Allied D-Day veterans who risked and gave their lives to defeat Adolf Hitler’s Third Reich. For many visitors, the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial with its 9,387 white marble tombstones on a bluff overlooking the site of the battle’s bloodiest fighting at Omaha Beach is the emotional centerpiece of pilgrimages to honor the tens of thousands of men killed on D-Day and the months of fighting afterward. D-Day veteran Clair Martin, 93, said he’s come back
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to Omaha Beach three times in the last 70 years — “four if you count the time they were shooting at me.” The San Diego, California resident landed on D-Day with the 29th Infantry Division and said he kept fighting until he reached the Elbe River in Germany the following April. “I praise God I made it and that we’ve never had another World War,” he said. Ceremonies large and small are taking place across Normandy, ahead of an international summit on Fri-
day in Ouistreham, a small port that was the site of a strategic battle on D-Day. French President Francois Hollande’s decision to invite Russian President Vladimir Putin to participate in the official ceremony despite his exclusion from the G-7 summit in Brussels is being seen by some as justified recognition of the Soviet Union’s great sacrifice in defeating Hitler, but by others as a distraction given the West’s dispute with Russia over Ukraine. With many D-Day veterans
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now in their 90s, this year’s anniversary has the added poignancy of being the last time that many of those who took part in the battle will be able to make the long journey back to Normandy and tell their stories. “Three minutes after landing a mortar blew up next to me and I lost my K-rations,” said Curtis Outen, 92, of Pageland, South Carolina. Outen, making his first return to Normandy since the war, related the loss of his military-issued meal packet See DDAY | Page A5
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IHS class of ’64 has reunion The Iola High School graduation class of 1964 celebrated its 50 year class reunion on May 23 and 24. Classmates and their spouses gathered at Susan and Danny Mueller’s cabin the first evening. Saturday evening, 39 classmates and spouses, met for a catered dinner at the Allen County Country Club. Lanny Lind was the master of ceremonies and took his classmates
on a virtual tour around the town. Paula Kay took the class picture and also individual pictures.
Those attending were as follows: Carol (Lawrence) Bell, Shirley (Kratz) Bloomquist, Connie (Fontaine) Burrow and husband Tom, Gayle (Scoville) Campbell, Diane (Kretzmeier) Catron and husband Don, Elaine Cleaver, Paula (Moore) Cole, Vicki (Mahan) Copening and husband Tell, Harold Creason, Janice (Strunk) Creason, Alice Frantz, Bernard Hardin, Deanna Harper, Pam (Mannen) Hart and husband Larry, F.R. Johnson and wife Katherine, Pat (Leake) Kress and husband, Lanny Lind, Gerald Luttrell
and wife Leslie, Pat Michaelis, Jack Mitchell and wife Carol, Danny Mueller, Susan (Brigham) Mueller, Eddyra (Jewell) Nelson and husband Delbert, Kenneth Nelson and wife Phyllis, Lary Robinson, Harry Rohrer and wife Cathy, Larry Sanderson and wife Wilma, Susie (Scheibmeir) Sicka and husband Warren, Paul Sinclair, Roberta (Yohon) Sinclair, Jim Smith, Vincent Smith, Gwen (Rannells) Tefft, Ed Thompson and wife Hillary, Larry Walden and wife Beverly, Kay (Hobleman) Westerman, Natha Gae (Brown) Williams and husband Larry, Gracie (Sinclair) Wools, Leanna (Diehl) Yohe and husband David.
Marmaton Valley honor roll Marmaton Valley Elementary School second semester honor roll.
All ‘A’ Honor Roll Sixth grade Isabella Duke, Allison Heim, Nate McAloon, Ty Scharff, Rachel Shaffer. Fifth grade Kaylee Becker, Kassidy Beggs, Lexis Jones. Fourth grade Max Plaschka. Third grade Katie Bigelow, Mallory Heim, Alissa Yarnell. All ‘A and B’ Honor Roll Sixth grade Braden Allison, Jeremy Carlson, Bailey Griffith, Heather Hicks, Bo Knavel, Haley Plaschka, Bethannie Yarnell, Zoi Yoho. Fifth grade Mykayla Ard, Austin Gardner, Nathan Louk, Katelynn Morgan. Fourth grade
Alyson Ard, Kamryn Boyd, Isabell Carlson, Bryce Carman, Cadience (Johnson) Cook, Garrett Henderson, Victoria Jones, Carissa Mattox, Kendall Scharff, Autumn Simpson, Kira Stahl. Third grade Wyatt Ard, Tristan Cary, Dylan Drake, Kaitlyn Drake, Bryce Ensminger, Traeton Ginder, Jarrett Herrmann, Roslyn Houk, Joseph Kale, Bailey LaRue, Madison Lawson, Corrin Maley, Thomas McDowell, Brynn Newman, Kiersten Sander, Jefferson Spillman, Katrina Woods, Gracie Yoho.
Marmaton Valley Elementary School fourth quarter honor roll.
Sixth grade Isaabella Duke, Ty Scharff, Rachel Shaffer. Fifth grade Kaylee Becker, Kassidy Beggs, Lexis Jones.
Third grade Katie Bigelow. All ‘A and B’ honor roll Sixth grade Bailey Griffith, Allison Heim, Heather Hicks, Bo Knavel, Nate McAloon. Fifth grade Mykayla Ard, Austin Gardner, Nathan Louk, Alexander Yarnell. Fourth grade Alyson Ard, Kamryn Boyd, Isabell Carlson, Bryce Carman, Cadience (Johnson) Cook, Garrett Henderson, Carissa Mattox, Max Plaschka, Kendall Scharff. Third grade Wyatt Ard, Tristan Cary, Dylan Drake, Kaitlyn Drake, Bryce Ensminger, Traeton Ginder, Mallory Heim, Jarrett Herrmann, Roslyn Houk, Joseph Kale, Bailey LaRue, Madison Lawson, Corrin Maley, Thomas McDowell, Brynn Newman, Kiersten Sander, Jefferson Spillman, Katrina Woods, Alissa Yarnell, Gracie Yoho.
Farmers must report acreage Area farmers and ranchers should remember that filing an accurate acreage report for all crops and land uses, including failed acreage and prevented planting acreage, will prevent the loss of benefits for a variety of Farm Service Agency (FSA) programs.
MVHS honor roll MORAN — Marmaton Valley High School listed its honor rolls for the conclusion of the 2013-14 academic year.
Named to the Dean’s List for maintaining a 4.0 grade-point avarage were seniors Kaitlin Ensminger, Emily Meiwes and Michael Swift-Plaschka; junior Emily Boyd; freshman Jesse Gardner; eighth-graders Isabelle Bigelow, Clara Boyd, Shayla Brooks, Makayla Brooks, William Holeman and Emily Smart; and seventh-graders Paige Becker, Kaitlyn Beggs, Jasmine Gardner, Kari Shadden, Sarah Spillman, Savanna Puckett and Karlie Stephens. Named to the Principal’s Honor Roll for maintaining a 3.5 to 3.99 GPA were seniors Garrett Booth, Sage Hall, Hanna Hoffman, Jocelyn Miller and Tapanga Turner; juniors Ashley Cary, Kaysha Elmenhorst, Trent Johnson, Shauna Knight and Payton Wilson; sophomores Gage Adams, Keagan Boyd, Jacob Kress, Tanna Lutz, Brady Newman and Mackenzie Tynon; freshmen Casey Allen, Stevie Allen, Jazmine Bombagi, Kyla Drake, Noah Foster, Molly Henderson, Emily Plaschka and Misty Storrer; eighth-graders Hailey Carman, Megan Ensminger, Genna Mitchell, Alaina Smith, Trevor Wilson, Joshua Wise and Shelby Yoho; and seventh-graders Caiden Elliott, Isaac Heskett and Lana Myers. Named to the Regular Honor Roll (3.0-3.49 GPA) were: seniors Christopher Bowman, Tristan Dickerson, Karra Foster, Joseph Jefferis, Lauren Korte and Ashtynn Louk; juniors Mitchell Covey, Makenzie Harrison and Alexandria Thomas; sophomores Micheal Beggs, Rey Rivera and Chad Stariper; freshman Jacob Kale; eighth-graders Tristan Fraker, Lane Houk, Kaitlyn Knavel, Tallon Kress, Korbin Smith and Angel Williams (Coble); and seventh-graders Gage Griffith, Patricia Outlan and Shailee Woods.
Failed acreage must be reported within 15 days of the disaster event and before disposition of the crop. Failed acreage needs reported only if another crop will be planted for harvest in 2014, once the initial crop is destroyed. Prevented planting must be reported no
later than 15 days after the final planting date. July 15 is the final date to report CRP, corn, grain sorghum, soybeans, and sunflowers. Please contact the Allen County FSA Office at (620) 3652901 once crops have been planted and before the deadlines noted above.
Temperature High yesterday 87 Low last night 65 High a year ago 77 Low a year ago 64 Sunrise 6:00 a.m.
Precipitation 24 hours ending 7 a.m. 3.00 This month to date 3.76 Total year to date 14.87 Deficiency since Jan. 1 .08 Sunset 8:41 p.m.
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Regency Inn renovations The former Crossroads Motel has new owners, and a new name. As of this week, Regency Inn — at the intersection of State and West streets — is undergoing major renova-
Local Girl Scouts will get out and get active on Saturday. As part of the Get Active Kansas campaign the girls will join a Community Hike and Bike. Girl Scouts will join the Iola community for the National Trail Day. They will have the option to hike or bike
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BEAR LAKE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — A man who was pinned under a large tree branch in Michigan’s northwestern Lower Peninsula is crediting his 4-year-old son’s quick efforts for helping to get him free. Grant Groenwald tells WPBN-WTOM that he was cutting wood Friday near his home in Manistee County’s Bear Lake Township when a
Four area residents, including three Colony teenagers, were taken to the hospital for possible injuries following a two-vehicle accident in rural Coffey County. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, Margaret A. Combes, 52, Burlington, was eastbound on K-58 Highway turning onto a private driveway in front of a pickup driven by Austin L. Green, 17, Colony. Combes told troopers she didn’t see Green’s westbound pickup. Green was unable to avoid striking Combes’ car. Combes was taken to Coffey County Hospital for what was de-
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branch rolled on him. His son Quillan says he was able to drag a chain saw over to his dad. The station says Groenwald used the chain saw to cut the branch while he was still pinned underneath and Quillan helped him back to a truck. Groenwald has a broken ankle, which is expected to require surgery.
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on the Southwind rail Trail. After seeing Riverside Park, Elm Creek Bridge and the new picnic area on the trail, the Scouts will have an exclusive picnic and talk with Damaris Kunkler from Thrive Allen County about health and wellness outdoors. The Get Active Kan-
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long-term tenants at Crossroads have left the premesis. As many as 30 rooms had been occupied on a long-term basis. The last of the residents checked out earlier this week.
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cribed as possible injuries. Green was uninjured, although three other occupants in his pickup were taken to the hospital, also for possible injuries: Brock J. Ellis, 18, Kyle D. Hammond, 19, and Brandon K. Brallier, 16. Combes, Ellis and Brallier were taken from the scene via ambulance. Hammond was taken to a hospital in a private vehicle. Combes was wearing her seat belt. None of the teens in the pickup were weating seat belts, according to KHP.
sas campaign is part of the Governor’s Council on Fitness. Kunkler is a Physical Activity Champion for Allen County and reports to this campaign on the area’s activity. Kunkler said the Scouts participating will receive the Hike or Bike Fun Patch.
Movement tent at trail Thrive Allen County will have a tent set up at 9:30 a.m., Saturday at Riverside Park before festivities for the anniversary of the Southwind Rail Trail kick off at 10 a.m. Movement members can check in on their success. Those who wear their Movement T-shirts will receive an incentive ticket for chances to win prizes at the event. So far the Movement has logged 21,395 minutes of activity.
Bureau hosts forum Allen County Farm Bureau will be hosting a candidate forum to get to know those who are running for elected offices. The forum will be from 9 to noon, June 21, at the Iola High School Lecture Hall. The public is invited and encouraged to attend. Questions may be directed to Debbie Bearden at 620-3652172.
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New teacher regulations OK’d TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The State Board of Education has agreed to allow schools to hire teachers for certain subjects who have expertise but no education degree. The regulations approved Tuesday require teachers to meet one of three criteria: They would need an out-ofstate license and to pass the licensure tests, or at least a bachelor’s degree and at least five years of related work experience in science, technology, engineering or math, or
an industry-recognized certificate in a technical profession and at least five years of related work experience. The Topeka CapitalJournal reports the regulations are temporary pending a 120-day public comment period. The Kansas National Education Association opposes the regulations. Supporters say the new option would be used mostly in career and technical education, and would give smaller districts more hiring flexibility.
Independent files for U.S. Senate By JOHN HANNA The Associated Press
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A northeast Kansas businessman kicked off his campaign for the U.S. Senate as an independent candidate Wednesday, declaring that he’s fighting the influence of extremists in both major political parties. Greg Orman, 45, of Olathe, is seeking the seat held by three-term Republican incumbent Pat Roberts, who is running for re-election. Orman is co-founder of Denali Partners, a business capital and management services firm. In 2010, he helped create the Common Sense Coalition, a nonprofit group that describes itself as an advocate for “the sensible center.” He met with reporters Wednesday at the Statehouse as part of a twoday, six-city tour that started in the Kansas City suburb of Lenexa and included scheduled stops in Abilene, Wichita, Hutchinson and Salina. Kansas law requires Orman to gather at least 5,000 signatures from registered voters by Aug. 4 — the day before the primary election — to get on the Nov. 4 general election ballot. Orman briefly was a U.S. Senate candidate in 2007, when Roberts was preparing to seek his third term, but dropped out early in 2008. Orman said he ultimately
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decided he wasn’t comfor table in either major party. “I have been an Greg Orman i n d e pendent most of my life,” he said in an interview. “For us to really make a difference and change things in Washington, we need to fight and ultimately challenge the system and not continue to support it.” Orman said he advocates having all states hold a single primary election for all candidates, with the final two advancing to general election, regardless of party affiliation. “What we’re doing is really reducing the impact and effect that extremists can have over the political process,” Orman said during his Statehouse event. Both Kansas Democratic Party Chairwoman Joan Wagnon and state Republican Party Chairman Kelly Arnold said it’s too early to tell how Orman’s candidacy would affect the general election campaign. Roberts faces three challengers in the GOP primary, and his leading opponent is Leawood radiologist Milton Wolf. Shawnee County District Attorney Chad Taylor and Patrick Wiesner, a Lawrence attorney, are seeking the Democratic nomination.
385 on Wichita VA secret wait list ByJOHN MILBURN The Associated Press
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — An official with the Veterans Affairs medical center in Wichita said Wednesday that 385 veterans appeared on an unauthorized list of those waiting for care. Diane Henderson, executive secretary of the Robert J. Dole Veterans Affairs Medical Center, gave the total number of veterans waiting for care at the hospital a day after VA letters revealed the existence of secretive wait lists, which concealed the actual wait times for veterans, at facilities across the Midwest. Henderson said an unknown number of the 385 veterans waited longer than 90 days for treatment. She said they were a separate group from the at least nine who were identified as having waited that long in the two letters sent last week to Kansas’ two U.S. senators. The letters gave the first site-specific details of how the scandal of delayed care and unauthorized wait lists at the Department of Veterans Affairs was not isolated to a health care campus in Arizona. The scandal led to the resignation last week of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki. The VA is conduct-
Lack of employee training and understanding of the VA procedures and standards led to the creation of the unauthorized wait list. — Diane Henderson, Veterans Affairs
ing a system-wide investigation after it was found that the Phoenix VA Health Care System had about 1,700 veterans in need of care on secret waiting lists, and another that had 1,400 waited over 90 days for primary care appointments. Kansas U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran said he was concerned that the issue of a Kansas secret waiting lists would surface as the investigation evolved. He suggested the lists were a byproduct of a culture in the VA’s bureaucracy. “They appear to be too concerned about getting along and advancing in the VA, which one criteria is the wait lists,” Moran said. “A list of one veteran who is delayed or denied access is problem. This is a terrible circumstance that the VA has put American veterans in.” The Department of Veterans Affairs maintained 10 “secret waiting lists” of military veterans in need of care at facilities in Kansas, Missouri, Illinois and Indiana, the letters said. They also said at
least 96 veterans waited more than 90 days for treatment at seven facilities in those states, including 26 in St. Louis and 19 in Columbia, Missouri. The letters said that eight of the 10 lists “served to complement authorized lists to more fully support Veteran care and access.” But the two other lists, including one at the Wichita facility, “placed Veterans at risk.” U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts sent letters Wednesday to the Wichita VA director and the VA’s Office of Inspector General seeking more answers about the lists. He noted that one of the letters he received from the VA on Friday said 21 veterans waited longer for 90 days for care in Wichita; a second letter put that total at nine. Roberts said he had earlier been assured by VA officials there were no such problems at the hospital. On Wednesday, Henderson told The Associated Press that nine was the correct official figure but declined to say how many more who
waited at least 90 days were on the unauthorized list of 385. An investigation is underway to determine how long the secret list was maintained at the Wichita facility and how veterans were placed on the list. “Lack of employee training and understanding of the VA procedures and standards led to the creation of the unauthorized wait list,” Henderson wrote in an email. “We are conducting training classes for those employees so that they will better understand how to use the electronic wait list system. Also, all Veterans on that list have been contacted so that we can guarantee they receive the services they deserve.” Cliff Dillard, a Colwich veteran, said in the past year he had waited more than 15 months to get in to the Wichita VA to get his feet treated before resorting to a primary care physician outside the VA system. He said the issue wasn’t the quality of the care he received or more money for VA but where it was being spent. “The problem is in logistics and administration,” said Dillard, 77. “I speculate that they spent the money on construction and not health care for the veterans. There will be some good that comes out of this. It can’t be any worse.”
1 in 8 pregnancies involve smokers By DAVE RANNEY KHI News Service
TOPEKA — In Kansas last year, more than 4,800 women smoked cigarettes during their pregnancies, according to a preliminary summary of birth statistics released Tuesday by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. The finding means that in 2013, about one in every eight births — 12.5 percent — involved mothers who smoked for at least three months shortly before or during their pregnancies. “We can’t ignore that,” said Dr. Dennis Cooley, chair of the state’s Blue Ribbon Panel on Infant Mortality. “It’s an improvement over where we were the year before, but it’s still way too high.” Nearly 5,500 women
smoked during their pregnancies in 2012. Smoking during pregnancy is known to increase the risk of stillbirths, premature births and underweight babies. KDHE officials and child health advocates have set a goal of lowering the rate of mothers who smoke during pregnancy to no more than 1.4 percent by 2020. “We need to focus more of our efforts on smoking mothers,” said Cooley, a practicing pediatrician who’s also a past president of the Kansas Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics. “And we need to focus those efforts on the areas where the data tells us have the highest rates.” Other findings in the report: • KDHE’s Office of Vital Statistics recorded 38,802 births in 2013. That’s 1,502 fewer births — a 3.7 percent reduction — than in 2012. • Kansas’ birth rate in 2013 was 13.4 births per 1,000 population. That’s the lowest it’s been since the state centralized its recordkeeping system in 1912. • Kansas’ birth rate
We’re seeing improvements, but we still have a lot of work to do. We have to keep at it and, yes, the mothers’ smoking rate is far too high. — Dan Partridge, director at Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department
has not increased since 2007. • Seven counties — Douglas, Geary, Johnson, Riley, Sedgwick, Shawnee and Wyandotte — accounted for almost 60 percent of the state’s births last year. • The number of out-of-wedlock births, teen births (mothers between age 15 and 19), low birth-weight babies and premature births (less than 37 weeks gestation) all decreased slightly. • Thirty babies were born to mothers between age 10 and 14 last year; 41 were born to mothers ages 45 or older. • The percentage of pregnant women who received prenatal care during their first trimester increased from 78.9 percent in 2012 to
79.4 percent in 2013. “It’s encouraging to see that teen pregnancies are down, premature births are down, low birth-weight (babies) are down and prenatal care is up,” said Dan Partridge, director at the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department. “These may seem like modest gains, but I think they show we’re moving in the right direction,” Partridge said. “We’re seeing improvements, but we still have a lot of work to do. We have to keep at it and, yes, the mothers’ smoking rate is far too high.” The statistics will be included in the Kansas Annual Summary of Vital Statistics, which KDHE officials expect to release in September.
Public notice (First published in The Iola Register, May 22, 2014) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF NILA M. TRUITT, DECEASED Case No. 14 PR NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Chapter 59) THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified a petition has been filed on May 16, 2014, in this Court by Robert E. Johnson II, the named executor of the will and estate of NILA M.
TRUITT, deceased, and as executor named in her will, praying for admission to probate of the Last Will Testament of NILA M. TRUITT dated May 13, 2010 which will is filed with the petition, and for his appointment as executor of said will and estate, to serve without bond, and for the issuance of letters testamentary to his as executor. You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 17th day of June 2014, at 8:30 A.M. of said day, in the district courtroom at the county courthouse, in the City of Iola, Allen County, Kansas, at which time and place the cause will be heard. Should you fail
therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon the petition. All creditors of the decedent are notified to exhibit their demands against the estate within four (4) months from the date of the first publication of this notice as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be forever barred. ROBERT E. JOHNSON II, Petitioner JOHNSON LAW OFFICE PA P.O. Box 866 Iola, KS 66749 620-365-3778 Attorneys for Petitioner (5) 22,29 (6) 5
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Good Samaritan: is it Kansas’ goal? In a puff piece on the conservative Heritage Foundation’s new online site, The Daily Signal, Gov. Sam Brownback had pat answers to tailor-made questions about his opposition to the expansion of Medicaid for Kansas. Why would a “fiscally solid, prudent state” like Kansas embark on a federally funded program, he asked rhetorically. Um, because it would pay 100 percent of the bill and provide tens of thousands with health care? Hogwash, our governor says. You can’t trust those people in Washington, D.C. So much for relying on federal funds for highways, ag and bio-defense research at K-State, education and other public health programs — which we only too gladly accept. And since when has the Kansas budget stood on solid ground? Right now, the state budget is tracking at a negative $300 million by this time next year. Dear Liza, there’s a hole in the bucket. HEALTH care officials are pulling their hair out over Gov. Brownback’s logic. Not to take the federal funds — 100 percent for the first three years and then 90 percent from then on — is craziness. Hospital administrators, especially, rely on state and federal reimbursements to help pay for “charity” cases they must provide by law. Some see a more insidious side to the debate: An out-and-out prejudice against the poor. By expanding Medicaid, the program would include single individuals and those without disabilities. Brownback has an issue with that, particularly if individuals are what he terms, “able-bodied,” in which case he says they should be gainfully employed. That’s all well and good — if everyone were paid a
living wage. Truth is, more than half of those who fall into the Medicaid gap — those who earn too much to qualify for Kansas’ Medicaid program but too little to qualify for subsidies under the Affordable Care Act — have jobs. They just don’t pay enough. Today in Kansas a family of four cannot have an income of more than $7,770 a year and qualify for Medicaid benefits. That’s criminal. Almost 22 percent of Allen County households qualify for Medicaid and Children’s Health Coverage Programs. That’s 2,363 enrollees, age 0 to 64. In more than half of those households, people have jobs. They are not on some “welfare hammock,” lulled into a dependency on safety net programs. Health care professionals estimate if Medicaid were expanded, another 1,000-1,500 Allen County residents would qualify for benefits. Today, the number one reason for bankruptcy is debts owed for medical emergencies. The Affordable Care Act was designed to alleviate that burden by providing subsidies to the lower and middle classes to help pay those expenses. The paperwork is there. Kansas just needs to sign on. PHILOSOPHICALLY,
Gov. Brownback doesn’t think it is the state’s responsibility to reduce inequality between the haves and have-nots. That’s why he favors tax cuts for the wealthy to the detriment of the poor. That’s why K-12 schools remain underfunded by almost $200 million. That’s why he refuses to expand health care programs. We each are judged by how well we take care of the least among us. As a state, would Kansas be considered a Good Samaritan? — Susan Lynn
Should parole officers be armed? Kansas parole officers want the state to provide them with weapons and training so they can protect themselves as they interact with convicted felons. Parole officers say their job is dangerous — they deal with the same people the judicial system has sent to prison — and the arms and training are justified. But the Kansas Department of Corrections says no and reportedly has cited the cost as a factor. It is an issue on which we should have an opinion one way or the other. But we don’t because we don’t have enough information. The attorney representing the parole officers cites two incidents in support of arming the officers due to the danger they face. In one incident, which occurred in December, a man whose parole had ended broke a window to reach a second-story ledge of the state parole office in Wichita. The man fell to the sidewalk, with-
out suffering serious injury, during a struggle with officers who were trying to bring him back into the building through a window. Just how having a weapon, and pulling it, would have improved that situation remains a mystery. The second incident, also in Wichita, occurred in May when a parole officer went to a home to give a parolee a routine notice to report to his parole officer. Another man, who had recently gotten off parole, and the subject of the visit beat the parole officer, according to a police report. The parole officer suffered bruising and swelling on his left cheek. What the public doesn’t know is how a gun would have improved the situation. Obviously, the parole officer didn’t deserve a beating and nothing here is an attempt to make light of his situation. However, one incident does not make a case for arming the state’s parole officers. If
such things happen frequently, the public needs to know about it. Most people probably think that parolees are told as they leave prison when to report to their parole officer and that most meetings occur at the parole office. If the parole officers and their representative have more compelling evidence to justify arming the officers, they need to present it. As it is, one parole officer with a bruised cheek hasn’t been enough to convince the corrections department to part with the money necessary to arm and train the officers. The public also is unlikely to side with the parole officers based on the scant evidence available. The lack of evidence in support of arming the parole officers causes one to wonder if the officers don’t actually have some other goal here, and what it might be. — The Topeka CapitalJournal
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Twelve Iola High students, the smallest group to tackle a building project in the school’s building and trades program, built the biggest house thus far. The two-story dwelling is located at 5 Kenwood Dr. Instructor Larry Barnett said
the house will probably be the only two-story project for the class. “People working 20 feet off the ground don’t feel too stable,” he explained. ***** YATES CENTER — Thanks to a $175,000 Housing and Urban Development grant, the Hillcrest Nursing Home here
will not sit empty for another two years. The Woodson County Housing Authority has used the federal money to turn the nursing home into a housing complex for elderly and low-income residents. It will be renamed the Heritage Hill Apartment Complex.
A small first step on mental health services Today in The dedication of any new state funds to programs that serve Kansans with mental illness is good news, but Gov. Sam Brownback’s $9.5 million mental health initiative falls well short of restoring the funding that the state’s community mental health centers have lost in recent years. The biggest portion of the funding — $7 million — comes from the state’s federally funded block grant for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families and will be earmarked to expand the state’s family preservation efforts. Phyllis Gilmore, secretary of the Kansas Department for Children and Families, said last week her department hadn’t determined exactly how those funds will be used but the goal would be to keep families together and find employment and treatment for people with mental illness. The remaining $2.5 million in the governor’s initiative will be directed at some laudable goals including support for substance-abuse treatment facilities and grants to help keep people with mental illness out of jail, prison and state hospitals. Of that $2.5
Since 2007, the state’s community mental health center have seen a $15 million reduction in state grants, a $31.2 million reduction in funds from the state general fund and $52.2 million from all state funds, while patient loads have increased. million, just $1 million will go to strengthen programs for the uninsured at the state’s community mental health centers. In a column in the May issue of his organization’s newsletter, Randall Allen, executive director of the Kansas Association of Counties, points to some numbers that put that $1 million in perspective. Since 2007, he wrote, the state’s 27 licensed community mental health centers, have seen a $15 million reduction in mental health reform grants from the state, along with a $31.2 million reduction in money from the state general fund alone and $52.2 million from all state funds. In the last 10 years, Allen wrote, patient loads at the community centers have doubled, largely as a result
of efforts to move people with mental illness out of institutions and into community settings. Since 2007, he said, those centers have seen a 24 percent increase in the overall number of people served, and the majority of those people are uninsured. Allen’s organization is particularly interested in this situation because county governments have stepped up to fill part of that funding gap, but local county appropriations for mental health services have grown by only $2.2 million since 2007, so community centers are still significantly behind. Mental health advocates said Brownback’s plan was a step forward but decried the state’s decision not to expand Medicaid coverage for the mentally ill. A National Alli-
ance on Mental Illness analysis last year estimated that more than 21,000 mentally ill and uninsured Kansans would be eligible for Medicaid if the expansion was approved. That money would benefit not only the individuals but the community mental health centers that provide their care. Brownback’s initiative responds to a list of recommendations from a task force he appointed in the wake of elementary school shootings in Newtown, Conn. Mental health services have become a public safety as well as a public health issue. According to the Health Care Foundation of Kansas City, untreated severe mental illness in Kansas costs the private sector, including employers, nearly $429 million a year; the total annual cost to the state in terms of care and lost productivity is $1.17 billion. That doesn’t include the vast human toll on Kansans with mental illness and their families. The governor’s initiative is a step in the right direction, but more help is needed. — The Lawrence JournalWorld
Today is Thursday, June 5, the 156th day of 2014. There are 209 days left in the year. In 1794, Congress passed the Neutrality Act, which prohibited Americans from taking part in any military action against a country that was at peace with the United States. In 1884, Civil War hero Gen. William T. Sherman refused the Republican presidential nomination, saying, “I will not accept if nominated and will not serve if elected.” In 1933, the United States went off the gold standard. In 1950, the U.S. Supreme Court, in Henderson v. United States, struck down racially segregated railroad dining cars. In 1968, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated in Los Angeles’ Ambassador Hotel after claiming victory in California’s Democratic presidential primary. Gunman Sirhan Bishara Sirhan was immediately arrested. In 1976, 14 people were killed when the Teton Dam in Idaho burst. Thought for Today: “I know in my heart that man is good. That what is right will always eventually triumph. And there’s purpose and worth to each and every life.” — President Ronald Reagan (1911-2004).
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Witnesses: Boko Haram militants slaughter hundreds MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) — Boko Haram militants dressed as soldiers slaughtered at least 200 civilians in three villages in northeastern Nigeria and the military failed to intervene even though it was warned that an attack was imminent, witnesses said on Thursday. A community leader who witnessed the killings on Monday said residents of the Gwoza local government district in Borno state had pleaded for the military to send soldiers to protect the area after they heard that militants were about to attack,
but help didn’t arrive. The killings occurred in Danjara, Agapalwa, and Antagara. “We all thought they were the soldiers that we earlier reported to that the insurgents might attack us,” said a community leader who escaped the massacre and fled to Maiduguri, Borno state capital. The militants arrived in Toyota Hilux pickup trucks — commonly used by the military — and told the civilians they were soldiers “and we are here to protect you all,” the same tactic used by the group when they kidnapped more
than 300 girls from a school in the town of Chibok on April 15. After people gathered in the center on the orders of the militants, “they begin to shout ‘Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar’ on top of their voices, then they begin to fire at the people continuously for a very long time until all that gathered were all dead,” said the witness who didn’t want to be named for fear for his safety. The slaughter was confirmed by both Mohammed Ali Ndume, a senator representing Borno and whose home-
town is Gwoza, and by a top security official in Maiduguri who insisted on anonymity because he isn’t allowed to speak to the media. It took a few days for survivors to get word of the massacres to Maiduguri, the provincial capital, because travel on the roads is extremely dangerous and phone connections are poor or nonexistent. The community leader wasn’t shot because “I was going round to inform people that the soldiers had come and they wanted to address us,” he said. As people were fleeing, other gun-
men lurked outside the villages on motorcycles and mowed them down, he said. Militants of Boko Haram, which wants to establish Islamic state in Nigeria, have been taking over villages in the northeast, killing and terrorizing civilians and political leaders as the Islamic fighters make a comeback from a year-long military offensive aimed at crushing them. The death toll from Monday’s attacks is among the highest. Thousands of people have been killed in the 5-year-old insurgency, more than 2,000 so far
just this year, and an estimated 750,000 Nigerians have been driven from their homes. Nigeria’s military has insisted that the big influx of troops and a year-old state of emergency in three states which gives them the power to detain suspects, take over buildings and lock down any area has the extremists on the run. But soldiers have told The Associated Press that they are outgunned and outnumbered by the insurgents, don’t have bullet-proof vests, are not properly paid and have to forage for food.
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as though it happened yesterday. “Then I cut my arm in the barbed wire entanglements. After that I was all right.” By midmorning hundreds of visitors walked among the cemetery’s long rows of white crosses and stars of David. Schoolchildren and retirees, soldiers in uniform and veterans in wheelchairs quietly move from grave to grave, pausing to read the brief inscriptions that can only give hints of the lives laid to rest there: Edward H. Gesner, Pvt 116 Inf, 29 Div, Massachussets, July 1 1944. Richard Frank Geigner, PFC 298 Engr Combat Bn, Illinois, June 6, 1944. Louis Carter Jr, Pvt 8 Inf 4 Div, New Jersey, July 26, 1944. One young woman stood quietly in soft rain, hand over her heart, and tearfully placed a red rose at a tombstone which read “Here Rests in Honored Glory a Comrade
through our grants,” Masterson said. “We try to help people get to the workforce.” Masterson said Circles has helped program members pay for a driver’s license so they can get to work or steel-toed
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in Arms Known But to God.” “I just wanted to pay tribute,”said Marissa Neitling, 30, of Lake Oswego, Oregon. Nearby, retired lawyer Paul Clifford of Boston kneeled silently and placed a bouquet of red, white and blue flowers
at the grave of Walter J. Gunther Jr., a paratrooper of the 101st Airborne Division killed on D-Day. Clifford said the grave belonged to a relative of his best friend in Boston. The friend has never been able to travel to Normandy to visit
the grave, so Clifford has come each June for the last 10 years to pay respect. “He was my best friend’s uncle. When he came down his parachute got caught in the branches. He never made it out of the trees,” said Clifford.
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He went through six treatments of this with breaks in between. In May Paul had his six month checkup and found out he is clear of cancer. He will have another checkup in three months. “A lot of prayers were answered,” Paul said. Saundra and Paul
boots for the workplace. “We want to promote Circles during the day and get our information out to the public,” she said. If it rains on Saturday the Day of Giving will be moved from the square to the Iola Theatre, 202 S. Washington Ave.
give credit to the community during their time of need. “We had such strong support from our church, friends and community,” Saundra said. Paul said it was his family that helped pull him through it. Saundra has been involved with Relay for Life since its beginning
in Iola. Recently, several of the Upshaw’s friends have passed away from cancer, she said. When Paul was diagnosed it hit close to home. “You never think how it will affect you until it involves you personally,” Saundra said. The Luminaria Ceremony will begin at 9 p.m. Friday. The theme for this year’s relay is
Super Heros. “The lighting is so important,” Saundra said. “The survivors and care-givers are the real super heros.” Paul walks frequently with his friend Paul Zirjacks. Friday night he plans to walk for the relay. “It’s important to connect as a community,” he said. “Each day is very important.”
has made them especially close, and he loves working in the outdoors, he said. “Every time someone spends time with nature, spends time with family, it’s going to bring you closer to whoever you’re with,” Moore said. “It’s a real good thing.” Moore said he has considered restarting a local beekeeping club in Iola. He was glad to hear there would soon be an organization serving southeast Kansas. Moore and Cooper belong to a number of organizations in the Midwest, and right now the closest ones are in Missouri and northeast Kansas. Bees faced crisis in 2006 when Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD)
was identified. Since then, bee populations have suffered losses across the country and in response there was a surge of interest in beekeeping. According to surveys by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, bee populations are still in decline but not as badly as they were a few years ago. According to the University of Missouri Extension, about 10 percent of soybeans and 50 percent of alfalfa crops are pollinated by bees. They are also necessary for most fruit crops, berries, cucumbers, melons and more. For more information on the Heartland Beekeepers Association contact Ann Meats at 620-231-2998 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
2 killed in SEK crash PARSONS, Kan. (AP) — A head-on collision on a southeast Kansas highway has left both drivers dead. The Highway Patrol says the crash happened shortly before 9 a.m. Wednesday on U.S. 59, a few miles north of Parsons.
The patrol says a northbound SUV crossed the center line and struck a southbound car. The SUV driver was identified as 64-yearold Timothy Schartz, of Altamont. The car was driven by 41-year-old Misty Chalker, of Parsons.
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Manhunt on for Canadian suspect in killings MONCTON, New Brunswick (AP) — Canadian police commandeered armored trucks and told residents to stay indoors today while they hunted for a man suspected of killing three officers in the normally tranquil east coast city of Moncton. Heavily armed Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers combed streets and woods in search of 24-year-old Justin Bourque, who was wearing military camouflage and carrying two rifles in a picture released by police on Twitter. Schools and government offices were closed, and the city pulled its buses off the roads. Mail delivery was suspended. RCMP Const. Damien Theriault said police responded to a call Wednesday evening about an armed man in the north end of Moncton. Three of the responding officers were killed and two were wounded. They were the first homicides this year in the city of 69,000 about 180 miles east of the Maine border. Theriault said the city had no homicides last year. “We have been blessed until this point,” Theriault told The Associated Press. Police released a map of a large portion of the northwest section of the city, including a heavily wooded area, where they wanted people to remain inside with their
doors locked. Families hunkered down in their basements. Authorities warned people to expect roadblocks and traffic disruptions. Police commandeered two Brink’s trucks and other private armored vehicles and entered the neighborhood. Theriault broke down in tears at a media briefing Wednesday, saying he personally knew the officers. Unable to complete his sentence, he excused himself. The two injured officers were being treated for non life-threatening wounds. Daniel St. Louis, a commercial photographer, said he came upon the scene around 8:30 p.m. and saw two police vehicles on different streets with blood inside. One of the vehicles, a marked police cruiser, was surrounded by shattered glass. The other, an unmarked SUV with its lights still on and the driver’s side door left open, had several bullet
holes through its front windshield. “I walked over and I saw two feet, facing the street, toes up,” said St. Louis, 51. “I realized, ‘Oh my God. There’s somebody down.’ As I got close, I realized it was an officer and this is not a good situation.” St. Louis said he doesn’t know what to make of the tragedy. “Our quiet little city, what is going on here?” he said. “How is this happening to us? It always happens to somebody else.” Danny Leblanc, 42, said he saw the shooter in the distance Wednesday evening, wearing a camouflage outfit and standing in the middle of the street with his gun pointed at police cars. The construction worker said he believed it was an RCMP officer until he heard a burst of gunfire coming from the man’s gun. He said he quickly retreated into his home and remained there with his family. At one point a neighbor posted on social media that their kitchen window was shattered by gunfire. Leblanc said few people on his normally quiet street were sleeping as they awaited word at midnight on whether an arrest had been made. “It’s devastating. I don’t know if he was on a hunt for them, or what,” he said. Police had a number of roads in the city
blocked and traffic was backed up on major arteries across the city. Drivers were asked to
stay out of the area. “It is a terrible tragedy,” said Mayor George LeBlanc. “We as a city
must pull together as a family to support those who have suffered losses.”
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Smith named state Special Olympics coach of year By SPENCER MICHELSON The Iola Register
Irene Smith has dedicated her life to special education and the Special Olympics — 37 years teaching and 41 years as a coach. Wichita State University is hosting the Special Olympics summer games this weekend at Cessna Stadium. Smith, 82, will be recognized for her time and service as a coach during opening ceremonies Friday night. She will be named the Outstanding Coach of the Year for Special Olympics Kansas. Smith was notified of the honor in early March. At first, she received a letter saying she would be named the coach of the year for the Southeast Kansas Region for 2013. A week later, she received a similar letter saying she would be the coach of the year for the entire state. “I didn’t know anything about all of this,” Smith said. “Joy Riebel is the one that nominated me.” Riebel, 58, has worked as a coach with Smith for around
30 years. She started when her son, Steven, was old enough to be on the Special Olympics team. “She’s an outstanding coach,” Riebel said. “She’s being coaching the Special Olympics since they first started in Kansas.” THIS WEEKEND, Smith is going to the summer games with eight kids from the region. They will compete in the track and field competition. The events include relays, 100-meter dash, 200-meter dash, running long jump, standing long jump and the softball throw. “We go out to Wichita every year for the track and field,” Riebel said. “We also do bowling. Track and field and bowling are the two events we do every year. We’ve also done other sports, but they just haven’t worked for our group.” According to Smith, the team will stay in a hotel for two nights, Friday and Saturday. They were able to compete at WSU because they passed a special physical in order to attend the games. The kids also made it after competing in pri-
mary competitions. “We have to train these kids, so in the spring we always go down to the park one afternoon and get their scores,” Smith said. “We turn these scores into the state and then they put the kids in the division with their ability.” From there, they go to Pittsburg for the area meet. After they compete in Pittsburg, they decide if they can go to Wichita for the state competition. SMITH has been a teacher for 59 years. Over half of those have been involved in teaching or coaching special education kids. “She just really cares about the kids,” Riebel said. There is a lot of work involved for Smith to be able to continue coaching. She has to test for a certification every four years. Every volunteer must pass an annual background check. The program itself must pass the protected behavior check, to make sure that no sexual offenders are working with the kids. See SMITH | Page B6
Irene Smith, 82, poses with her certificate for Special Olympics Coach of the Year for Southeast Kansas in front of her home. Smith will be named Outstanding Coach of the Year for the entire state on Friday at the opening ceremonies of the Special Olympics summer games in Wichita. REGISTER/SPENCER MICHELSON
Baseball Wednesday’s results PeeWee First Title Service 6, Superior Products 6. Hits for First Title Service: Drake DeLaTorre, 2 d; Jack White, 1 s; Avery Blaufuss, 1 HR; Ethan Weide, 1 s; Josh Perez, 1 s; Isaac Burton, 1 HR. Hits for Superior Products: Keynan Stahl, 1 HR; Gage Scheibmeir, 2 s; Deacon Perkins, 2 HR. Iola Vision Source 5, Sonic DriveIn 4. Hits by Iola V.S: T.J. Taylor, 1 HR; Adam Atwell, 1 t; Carter Hutton, 1 d; Cooper Riley, 1 t; Levi Meiwes, 1 HR; Adonis Bell, 1 HR. Hits for Sonic DriveIn: Devon Wilson, 1 HR; Brett Morrison, 2 d; Trenton Jones, 1 HR.
Maverick McDonald, right, rounds third base in a T-ball game between Tholen’s Heating & Cooling and Dairy Queen. This was a make-up game for Monday. Below, players from Dairy Queen chase a ball into the outfield. REGISTER/
Freeman named to Kansas Sports Hall of Fame 2014 class By RICHARD LUKEN The Iola Register
Above, Coaches Brek Ulrich and Doug Kerr gather their team around in-between innings to go over the lineup during a pigtail league game between the Iola Elks and H&R Block.
Wednesday’s results Pigtail H&R Block 1, Iola Elks 0. Hits for H&R: Josie Plumlee, 1 s; Alice Hitchock, 1 d; Brya Peterson, 1 s. Hits forElks: Logan Ulrich, 1 s; Amerikas Bell, 1 s. A&W Restaurant 8, Cameron 2. Hits for A&W: Jadyn Kaufman, 2 s; McKenna Orear, 1 d, 1 t; Chloe Sell, 1 s, 1 d; Skyler Walden, 2 s; Jorja Murcko, 1 s. Hits for Cameron: Dallyn McGraw, 1 s; Sadrie Overall-Trabuc, 1 d; Elaina Stiffler, 2 s; MaKayla Perez, 1 s;. Pixie J&W Equipment 9, Sonic DriveIn 2. Hits for J&W: Khloeigh Shafer, 1 s, 1 t; Cali Riley, 3 s; Hailey Horton, 1 HR, 1 t, 1 d; Jenna Morrison, 1 s; Baylie Crooks, 2 s; Kennedy Maier, 1 s; Jade Allen, 2 s. Hits for Sonic Drive-In: Piper Aronson, 2 s; Indira Trester, 1 s; Jillian Trester, 1 d; Kadin Smith, 1 s; Isabelle Bernsten, 1 s; Savannah Flynn, 1 s.
Bill Freeman, who coached Le Roy High School to a state football title in the 1960s, has been elected into the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame. Hall organizers announced the 2014 inductees Wednesday. The list of 10 includes Freeman, 83, who suffers from Alzheimer’s and lives in a nursing home in Burlington. His candidacy was championed by his daughter, Jennifer Nauertc. She learned of her father’s induction via phone call a week ago. “I just started bawling,” she said. “It was so overwhelming. I told Dad, and he smiled and said, ‘That’s good.’” In 36 years, including a stint at Le Roy High School, Freeman’s teams had a 242-81-3 record, with eight state championships. “Wild Bill” Freeman’s teams won titles in Osawatomie (2) and Le Roy (1) before the state playoff system was introduced in 1969. His heyday came as head coach at Lawrence High School, where
his teams won five state championships between 1979 and 1989. He coached future NFL players, including Lynn Dickey, a 1997 KSHOF inductee, Derrick Jensen, Jeff Wright, Bucky Scribner and Keith DeLong. Freeman also coached Lawrence High track and field teams to state titles in 1989 and 1990. Freeman also was a recipient of the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame’s Pride of Kansas Award in 2012, and is an inductee in the Emporia State Athletics Hall of Fame. NAUERTC HAS started a Facebook page, “Coach Bill Freeman Induction Into The Kansas Sports Hall Of Fame,” to give updates on the upcoming induction ceremony in October. “There were a lot more people than me who helped my father get inducted,” she said. “I’m forever grateful.” In addition to coaching, Freeman owned the bank in Le Roy for several years and served as the town’s mayor. He gave up both as the early stagSee Freeman | Page B6
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Help Wanted ALLEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE has openings for CNA and CMA instructors for Allen, Woodson, Coffey, Osage and Shawnee Counties. Applicants must hold an RN license and have worked in a long-term care facility for at least 2 years. Submit letter of interest, resume, transcripts, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three professional references. Apply to Personnel Office, Allen Community College, 1801 N. Cottonwood, Iola, KS 66749. Fax to 620-365-7406. E-mail: stahl@ allencc.edu. ACC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. ARROWOOD LANE RESIDENTIAL CARE in Humboldt, KS, managed by Dimensions in Senior Living is currently seeking a Registered Nurse to be our Director of Healthcare Services. Join a progressive organization working with the elderly. Must be flexible, self-motivated, have good leadership and assessment skills and enjoy working with the elderly. Duties include resident assessments and service direction, supervision and oversight of care staff and regulatory compliance. Please fax resume to 402898-1078, Attn: Linda or email to email@example.com, or apply in person at Arrowood Lane, 615 E Franklin, Humboldt
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Interviewing all applicants for production / all shifts at 1995 Marshmallow Lane Iola, KS 66749 (behind WalMart)
Instruction TUTORING K-6. Retired teacher, Judy Baker 913-912-0151.
Help Wanted ALLEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE is seeking adjunct instructors for English Composition for the Iola campus beginning Fall 2014. Applicants should possess a Master’s degree in English or a related field with graduate hours in English. Submit letter of interest, resume, transcripts, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three professional references. Apply to Personnel Office, Allen Community College, 1801 N. Cottonwood, Iola, KS 66749. Fax to 620-365-7406. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. ACC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
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USD #257 Has 2 openings for Elementary Computer Lab Paras. Applications may be picked up at the Central Office, 305 North Washington, or online at usd257. org. USD #257 is an EOE. KITCHENS & MORE, inside Diebolt Lumber, LaHarpe, is now taking applications for KITCHEN DESIGN & SALES position. Sales experience with track record preferred. High paying commissioned position for the right person and extensive benefit package. Enjoy living in a small community with big city pay. Fill out application online at www.dieboltlumber.com/app.htm 1-888-265-7677 HELP WANTED. Apply in person A&W Family Restaurant, 620-365-3011.
CNAs - Windsor Place is taking applications for our evening shift. We have full or part time with every other weekend off. Looking for friendly, compassionate people who want to make a difference. Apply at 600 E. Garfield, Iola. EOE BEACHNER GRAIN, INC. has an opening at our grain elevator/ fertilizer plant in Kincaid. Candidates must have a valid driver’s license. A CDL is preferred or the ability to obtain one. Computer skills are a plus. An ag or farm background would be helpful. Flexible hours in the spring and fall. Some Saturdays are required. Paid vacation and holidays. Insurance and 401K plans are available. Apply in person at the Kincaid office. Call Zach at 620439-5600 for an appointment. DENISON WELDING SUPPLIES now accepting applications at our Chanute location. Permanent position. Apply in person between 8am-5pm at 216 East Elm. EOE
Chanute Manufacturing has an immediate opening for a Project Manager. The qualified candidate must be a degreed Engineer or have equivalent experience managing engineered steel fabrication projects. We are looking for someone with excellent communication and grammar skills, both written and verbal, and the ability to work with customers and co-workers in a professional and proficient manner. Our Projects Managers must have good organizational and multitasking skills, and the ability to proficiently use computer software programs Excel, Word and Microsoft Projects. Excellent benefit package, including vacation, 9 paid holidays, life, health, dental and vision insurance, and 401K. Send Resumes to:
Chanute Manufacturing EOE
A Unit of Optimus Corporation PO Box 599 Chanute, Kansas
Think Inside The Box Since 1923, our products have played a unique role in making some of life’s special moments even sweeter. Our Iola, KS facility has the following position available:
Monday - Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 2:15 a.m.
Responsible for monitoring processes to insure quality products. Inspect incoming materials and production processes. Responsible for compliance with all aspects of manufacturing procedures, GMP and product specifications.
Please send your resume to: P.O. Box 448 Iola, KS 66749 Or apply in person at 1995 Marshmallow Ln. Iola, KS EOE/Minorities/Females/Vets/Disabled
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CMAs/CNAs. Arrowood Lane and Tara Gardens residential care facilities are currently seeking PART-TIME CMAs/CNAs for 6-2 and 2-10 shifts. Please apply in person at Arrowood Lane, 615 E. Franklin, Humboldt.
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Now Hiring Gates Corporation is a worldwide leader in the production of hydraulic hose. We are a growing company and are looking for only the finest employees for our manufacturing operation.
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Gates Corporation 1450 Montana Road Iola, Kansas
Our Mission - “Make Their Day ”
Great Management Opportunity For People Passionate About Customer Service.
Director, Nutrition Services Iola USD 257
• Competitive salary • Full benefit package • Work schedule follows school calendar
Looking for a strong manager to oversee the food service program serving 6 school buildings in Iola USD 257.
• Hiring and training of kitchen staff • Developing and maintaining loyal relationship with school district administration and staff • Production and serving of breakfast & lunch • Purchasing, inventory and cost controls • Maintaining a safe work environment • Compliance with federal, state and local regulations
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I want to work on parenting. That’s the challenging one at the moment. The show is wonderful and structured, but the show doesn’t allow me to put them down to sleep. I see them once I wake up, only for a small period of time. I am regretting that. They are 3 1/2.
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•One of the best parts of Hedwig is how you ad-lib and get to abuse people who misbehave at the theater. Is it fun?
Hedwig has the ability to chastise and she does not mince words. We are still early in the run. I have been playing around with just how ruthless she should be.
•What has surprised you about being a parent?
I am amazed at the kind of mischief they get into. Their mischief is just seeing what will get them into trouble and what won’t – once they figure out what the boundaries are. But I have to give utmost credit to (husband) David, who is an extraordinary parent and a great person and I am anxious for him to be able to be nominated for a Tony himself – in chapters to come. He has sacrificed enough for me.
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Extras!!! SUNDAY 7 p.m. on KOAM The 68th Annual Tony Awards Hugh Jackman returns for the fourth time to host Broadway’s big event, originating from New York’s legendary Radio City Music Hall.
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MONDAY 9 p.m. on TNT Murder in the First This series stars Kathleen Robertson and Taye Diggs as San Francisco police detectives probing a pair of murders that appear to have links to a Silicon Valley tycoon (Tom Felton).
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TUESDAY 7 p.m. on KSNF America’s Got Talent Judges Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howard Stern survey another group of varied talents hoping to make their way to the stage of New York’s Radio City Music Hall.
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WEDNESDAY 8 p.m. on USA Suits Mike (Patrick J. Adams) has left for an investment banking position on Wall Street, and soon finds himself at odds with his mentor, Harvey (Gabriel Macht).
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THURSDAY 7 p.m. on KOAM The Big Bang Theory Upset to see the guest role she filmed for “NCIS” edited out of the episode, Penny (Kaley Cuoco) borders on a big personal decision in “The Hesitation Ramification.”
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FRIDAY 8 p.m. on CWPL Hart of Dixie Zoe (Rachel Bilson) starts seeing patients while trying to stay under Brick’s (Tim Matheson) radar. George (Scott Porter) tells her she’s violating the noncompete clause in her contract.
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Help Wanted ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION APPRENTICE LINEMAN. The City of Iola is now accepting applications for the position of Apprentice Lineman. This position performs a variety of semi-skilled work, responsible for maintenance of the electrical system, and operates many types of equipment in the construction, operation and repair of the electrical system. Qualified applicants should have a high school diploma or equivalent and possess a valid Kansas driver’s license. Will be required to acquire a CDL. The successful candidate will be required to pass pre-employment physical exam including a drug screen. Application and job description are available at www.cityofiola.com or the City Clerk’s Office at City Hall, 2 W. Jackson, Iola, KS. Applications will be accepted until June 16, 2014. EOE/ADA NORVELL COMPANY, INC. in Fort Scott is seeking a MACHINIST with 10 plus years experience, $20 per hour & benefit package. Mig, tig, fabrication, layout, CNC programming, tool & die design required, 620-223-3110.
Saturday, June 7
Listings will be available on the day of the sales at Ray’s Conoco, Pump ‘N Petes - Iola & Gas, Jump Start and Casey’s
Humboldt CityWide Garage Sale Saturday, June 7, 2014 Pick up your sale location map at Humboldt Area Merchants
Child Care DAY CARE now has openings. Jefferson district. Cindy Troxel 620-365-2204
1290 TEXAS ROAD. Years of collections, all priced to sell.
LICENSED DAY CARE HAS OPENINGS. Susan Ellis 620380-6180 or 620-228-4968
1318 CENTRAL, HUMBOLDT. DVDs, video games, home decor, lots of misc.
KIDS PLAYHOUSE DAYCARE has openings all ages; DCF approved, McKinley district. 620228-4613.
612 N VERMONT. Saturday 7-11. Toddler clothes, women’s clothes, furniture, Hallmark ornaments, lots of misc.
614 S 4TH. Saturday 8-5. Glassware, misc.
Merchandise for Sale 40-GALLON WATER HEATERS, 6-year warranty, Natural Gas $299, LP $343, Electric $250, D&R Plumbing, 204 N. Washington, Iola, 620-365-2704. PURCHASE PHOTOS TAKEN AT AREA SPORTS EVENTS, click the photos link at www.iolaregister.com PROFLOWERS - Enjoy 50% off 100 blooms of Peruvian Lilies with free glass vase - your price $19.99 +s/h. PLUS save 20% off your order over $29! Visit www. Proflowers.com/heart or call 1-800-719-1587.
812 GARFIELD RD NORTH. Friday 8-5, Saturday 8-3. Mostly kids’ clothes. HUGE SALE Saturday 7-3, 1820 Central, Humboldt. Stampin’ up, scrapbook, dishes, home decor, pink refrigerator, old trunk, ping pong table, JD riding mower/ trailer, office/oak chairs, quilting/sewing, miniature gardens, plants, misc.
1010 MEADOWBROOK ROAD WEST. Friday 4-7pm, Saturday 8-1. Lots of misc.
MORAN, 2 BEDROOM, $375 monthly plus deposit, 620-3659424. IOLA, 624 N. OHIO, 2-3 BEDROOM, very nice, CH/CA, appliances, attached double garage, fenced backyard, $795 monthly, 620-496-6161 or 620-496-2222. IOLA, 313 N. VERMONT, 2 BEDROOM, very nice, CH/CA, appliances, single attached garage w/auto opener, $750 monthly, 620-496-6161 or 620-496-2222. BRONSON Small 2 bedroom remodeled, 2 car garage, large storage shed, corner lot. Prefer senior, will consider all $375 monthly, $350 deposit. 913-530-0622 412 NORTH VERMONT, IOLA. 2 bedroom, very nice CH/ CA, appliances, large back yard, single attached garage w/auto opener. $750 monthly. 620-4966161 or 620-496-2222.
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204 Bay St., Bronson — REDUCED $27,000. 3 BD, 1 BA, 2 story home. Rural setting on a very large lot. Central H/A, very affordable home for a family seeking ownership. Eager to sell! 602 Kennedy Ave. — $72,600. Nice manufactured home on large corner lot. 3 BD, 2 BA, large 36x50 garage. 703 N. 9th Humboldt — $38,500. 3 BD, 1 BA, detached 2 car garage, central H/A, good starter home.
To see contact Lisa Sigg (620) 228-3698
203 N. Osborn, Gas — PRICE REDUCED $99,900. 3 BD, 2 BA. Brand new home on 21⁄2 lots. 228 S. Cedar, Moran — $ 30,000. Nice 2 BD, 1 BA home for sale. 2 car attached garage, partial basement. Great rental or starter home. Motivated sellers! 251 2200 St., Humboldt — $ 87,500. 3BD, 1 BA brick house on 5 acres m/l. Barn, shop and small shed. New wiring. 1010 Osage., Humboldt — $ 32,900. 3BD, 1 BA home with detached garage. 221 S. 6th, Humboldt — $ 34,500. Nice 2 BD, 1 BA home on corner lot with detached garage, central H/A
To see contact Gari Korte (620) 228-4567
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125 N McRAE, GAS. Friday and Saturday 8-? Something for everyone! Clothes, dishes, pictures, furniture.
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1224 N. COTTONWOOD, 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, CH/CA, close to college, $500 monthly, $500 deposit, Monday-Friday 620-365-7663.
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SCHOLARSHIP FUNDRAISER sponsored by 40 & 8 Ladies Auxiliary at Iola Walmart Saturday 10-2.
W & I ICE, new and used commercial ice machines for sale or lease. 620-625-6042 or 620-4966998.
CREATIVE CLIPS BOARDING & GROOMING Clean, Affordable. Shots required. If you want the best, forget the rest! Call Jeanne 620-363-8272
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Smith is dedicated to her work. “Another teacher, Donna Jones, and I were teaching special education together at LaHarpe at the time,” Smith said. “We read an article about Special Olym-
pics, so we thought that would be something the kids could do.” That dedication all goes back to one, simple reason to why she enjoys to coach. “Well, being with the kids,” Smith said.
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es of Alzheimer’s set in. Others in the Kansas Hall’s class of 2014 are:
Vipers strike for second The SEK Vipers, a 10-and-under traveling girls softball team featuring players from Iola, Moran, Humboldt and Colony, took home second place Saturday and Sunday at the VIP Series Summer Legacy Tournament in Lee’s Summit, Mo. The Vipers defeated the Blue Springs Bullets 04, 11-0, Lee’s Summit Reign, 7-0, and the Dirt Dawgs 04, 6-1. Pool play put the Vipers in the top bracket for Sunday’s elimination play. Vipers defeated the Chanute High Octane, 3-0, to advance to the championship. The Vipers lost to the Pumas, 2-1, in extra innings to finish second. Team members are, front from left, Chloe Sell, Allie Ard, Lindsey Godderz and Carsyn Haviland; and second from left, coaches Kim Murry and Jenny Ellis, Lauryn Holloway, Reece Murry, Kailey Schinstock, Brooklyn Ellis, Kendall Scharff, Kayla Ard and coach Corey Schinstock. COURTESY PHOTO
Sports Calendar AA Legion Today 6 p.m. — at Chanute Friday — Sunday TBA — Ottawa Wood Bat Tournament
Iola Rec Dept. Baseball Boys T-Ball Friday 6 p.m. — A&W Restaurant vs. Dairy Queen 6:45 — Tholen’s Heating & Cooling vs. The Family Physicians Bitty Ball Today 6 p.m. — Iola Insurance Assoc. vs. C.L.O. 7:15 — Iola Vision Source vs. Sonic Drive-in Friday 6 p.m. — Allen County Chiropractic vs. Iola Elks 7:15 — A&W Restaurant vs. Cameron Softball Girls T-Ball Friday 6 p.m. — Stephens Pest Control vs. Iola Pharmacy 6:45 — A&W Family Restaurant vs. Johnson Law Office Pixie League Today 6 p.m. — Sonic Drive-In vs. Tholen’s Heating & Cooling 7:15 — Stephens Pest Control vs. Fellowship Regional Church Pigtail League Today 6 p.m. — Stephens Pest Control vs. Iola Pharmacy 6:45 — A&W Family Restaurant vs. Johnson Law Office Ponytail League Friday Gates vs. AK Construction, 6 and 7:30 p.m.
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— Smith Center High football coach and eight-time state champion Roger Barta; — Riley native and University of Texas Athletic Director DeLoss Dodds; — Stanford University AllAmerican swimmer from Wichita, Caroline Bruce McAndrew; — Ed Nealy, all-time leading rebounder in Kansas State University history; — Gene Stevenson, Wichita State University baseball coach of seven College World Series teams, including the 1989 National Championship; — Two-time NAIA track and field All-American from Emporia
State Bill Tidwell; — Two-time University of Kansas basketball All-American Walt Wesley; — Two-time Kansas State University basketball All-American Chuckie Williams; — Charlie Hoag, a member of the 1952 KU national championship basketball team and Olympic gold medalist, will be honored posthumously.
The induction ceremony will be Oct. 5 at the Wichita Boathouse. The 10-person class raises the total number of Kansas Sports Hall of Fame inductees to 237. The Kansas Sports Hall of Fame is in its 53rd year.
Carpenter’s fifth hit helps Cards win in eleventh By Rick Hummel St. Louis Post-Dispatch
KANSAS CITY. Mo. (MCT) — Matt Carpenter simply wouldn’t let the staggering St. Louis Cardinals lose yet again. And he wasn’t bashful about letting his feelings be known Wednesday night. After the Kansas City Royals spoiled a potential shutout by Adam Wainwright with the aid of a strike three that got away in the ninth inning to help them tie the score 2-2, Carpenter, according to manager Mike Matheny, “came into the dugout screaming, ‘We’re not giving this away. This is our game. It’s not going to end like this.’ “When you see a guy who’s vocal and then he gets out there and does it with production, too, it’s fun to watch,” Matheny said. “It’s special to see someone say, ‘We need someone to step up here and I’m going to do it. Let’s go.’’’ Carpenter became the first Cardinal since Ryan Ludwick on Sept. 4, 2009 to get five hits in a game when he doubled off reliever Kelvin Herrera with one out in the 11th inning. It scored Peter Bourjos, who had walked and stolen second base and propelled the Cardinals a 5-2 victory, just their third in their last 10 games. Carpenter, who also walked, raised his average to a season-high .307, and has reached base 10 times in the last two games with seven hits and three walks. “That’s a really good
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week for some guys,” said Bourjos. “Hope I can keep it going,” Carpenter said. “The odds are against me, but who knows? I’m getting back to the way I felt when I was at my best last year.” An admiring Wainwright said, “What I love about him is he never gets out of his approach. He is very confident in who he is as a hitter. “He puts in countless hours of dry swings _ in the stinking shower and the batting cages and in the tunnels. I saw him last year he was eating with a fork and he brought it up and he took the fork and acted like it was a bat.” After Carpenter untied the game, pinchhitter Jon Jay worked a 12-pitch at-bat and singled, with Carpenter stopping at third base. Lefthander Tim Collins relieved and hit Matt Holliday with a pitch and allowed a two-run single to Allen Craig, who had chased two outfielders to the track with long fly balls earlier in the game. Local product Trevor Rosenthal blew his third save but rookie Sam Freeman earned the win with a scoreless 10th as Pat Neshek gained his first career save, in his 255th career appearance. The win was the Cardinals’ first in three interleague jousts with the Royals this week. But it raised their career mark at Kauffman Stadium to 30-15. “Sometimes it takes
Third base umpire C.B. Bucknor rules the St. Louis Cardinals’ Matt Carpenter safe at third in front of Kansas City Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas, left, on a fielder’s choice hit into by Randal Grichuk in the seventh inning on Wednesday, at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo. John Sleezer/Kansas City Star/MCT an emotional victory like this to jump-start a team,” said Carpenter, a .440 hitter at Kauffman Stadium. “Maybe this will be the one for us. “We very easily could have packed it in and lost this game. But we didn’t feel sorry for ourselves and found a way to win the game.” Discussing his outburst after the ninth, Carpenter said, “I was pretty emotional that point. That was one of those games we have to win. We were winning the whole time.” Wainwright seemed headed to his third shutout of the season and was clinging to a 2-0 lead in the ninth inning when
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he fanned Eric Hosmer for the fourth time in the game. But Hosmer reached base when strike three, which was in the dirt, got away from
catcher Yadier Molina and bounced off umpire Tripp Gibson. Molina desperately chased after the ball but missed Hosmer at first.
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