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Shooting victim remains critical By BOB JOHNSON The Iola Register

Matt Kleopfer is the band instructor for Iola Middle School and Iola High School. REGISTER/KAYLA BANZET

‘Mr. K’ hits high note with students

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Being able to teach music is more than just a job to Matt Kleopfer. “The best part is watching the kids mature, succeed and be excited,” Kleopfer said. “I’m not just a music teacher but a mentor to them. If you’re just a music teacher you’re missing out on a part of the job.” Kleopfer, also known as “Mr. K” by his students, is the band instructor for Iola Middle School and Iola High School. This month he was awarded the Horizon Award. The award identifies and recognizes exemplary first-year teachers in Kansas.

When it came to nominating a teacher from USD 257, IHS principal Stacey Fager already had Kleopfer in mind. “We couldn’t be prouder of Mr.  Kleopfer,” Fager said Monday night during the USD 257 board meeting. Kleopfer said he is honored to receive the Horizon award, but credits his students for the band department’s success. “It’s fun to come to work every day and work with these kids,” Kleopfer said. “Honestly, they deserve the award. I ask more from these kids than any other program in the area and they do it.” Since coming to Iola last year,

Kleopfer has quickly received support from the district and the community. He has set goals to grow the department. “We are excited for Mr. Kleopfer and for USD 257 because we know what a great teacher we have for our students,” said Jack Koehn, superintendent of schools. “I know Matt is going to continue to build our instrumental programs. He has a rare combination of talent, knowledge, personality and common sense that has given him a tremendous amount of credibility with his students, parents, staff members and administrators. This is just the beginning.”

Nathan Tavarez, 11-year-old cousin of Iolan Kristi Tavarez, remains in critical condition at University Medical Center in Lubbock, Texas. The boy suffered severe wounds from a 20-gauge shotgun blast Tuesday morning at Berrendo Middle School, Roswell, N.M. He was among students congregated in the school’s gymnasium before classes started Also wounded was Kendal Sanders, 13, who suffered shoulder injuries. She is in satisfactory condition at UMC. A 12-year-old seventh-grader at the school was taken into custody minutes after the shooting. Tavarez underwent two surgeries, one immediately after arriving at UMC by helicopter Tuesday and a second later in the day, said Kristi Tavarez, who drove more than 600 miles from Iola to Lubbock, arriving there about 10 a.m. Wednesday. “Nathan is in intensive care,” said Tavarez, who works at All About U hair saloon in Iola. “Doctors are concerned about keeping the swelling down in his brain,” and there also is concern for the boy’s vision. Some See VICTIM | Page A3

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The event will be at the Ward Chapel A.M.E. church, pictured above. REGISTER/BOB JOHNSON

Dangerfield to speak at MLK celebration By BOB JOHNSON The Iola Register

D.J. Dangerfield, associate pastor at Chanute’s First Baptist Church, will speak Monday evening during the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. recognition at Ward Chapel A.M.E. Church, 523 N. Buckeye St. The event will start at 7 o’clock and will have singing, including special numbers by Patricia Pulley, Naomi Clounch and Lloyd Houk, and remarks by the Rev. Joe Bywater, Ward Chapel minister, and Iola Mayor Joel Wicoff. Theme of the annual event is “Remembering the Past, Living the Present and Planning the Future.”

Dangerfield is a part of the ministerial team at First Baptist, where former Iolan Rick Qualls is lead pastor. His focus is with middle school, high school, c o l l e g e and young adults, a calling he Dangerfield answered about 10 years ago. He is a 1995 graduate of Humboldt High School, where he was a standout on the basketball court, and was building a career with Sprint when he “had a vision one night” that called him to See MLK | Page A3

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DARE to succeed Students graduate program By STEVEN SCHWARTZ The Iola Register

At top, DARE students do the “DARE Dance” during the graduation Wednesday evening. Above, former Kansas City Chief Gary Spani addresses the students. REGISTER/STEVEN

It was a night of celebration, and reinforcement, for the DARE graduates Wednesday evening in the Bowlus Fine Arts Center. Students from each elementary school received their completion certificate for the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) course, and listened to several keynote speakers — including former Kansas City Chief standout Gary Spani. Iola Administrator Carl Slaugh started the commencement by encouraging the students to stick together, and no matter what happens in life there is always the right choice and a bigger goal to reach for. “Set high goals,” Slaugh said. “They say a per-

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Obituary Irl George Commander Irl Jacob George, 79, Carbondale, passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014. Irl was born July 7, 1934, in Colony, the son of Russell and Marjorie Compton George. He was retired from the U.S. Navy and from USD 450, having served as both a teacher and administrator. He was proud of his years of Naval service and loved the years he spent in education. Irl was an avid hunter and fisherman. He especially loved duck hunting with his brother, Jim. He was also a competitive game player. Irl was preceded in death by his children, Lucinda Mari Burnett and Richard Irl George. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Pauline Leota Kruger George, and the loves of his life, Cody and Melinda George Recob, great-grandchildren, Claire, Brittney and Jacob Recob, all of Scranton; his sister, Shirley Tidd, Fort Collins, Colo.; and his brother, Jim (Janice) George, Hartford. Our family would like to thank Irl’s caregivers at Brookside Retirement Center and Grace Hospice for the care he received. Thanks also to our family and friends for your prayers, cards, visits and words of comfort and encouragement. You all helped to make these last weeks the best they could be. Memorial services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Penwell-Gabel Southeast Chapel, where the family will receive friends one hour prior to service time. Inurnment will follow in Pleasant Hill Cemetery southeast of Topeka. Memorial contributions may be given to Grace Hospice, 3715 SW 29th St., Ste. 100, Topeka, KS 66614 or the Overbrook United Methodist Church, 1005 N. Maple St., Overbrook, KS 66524. To leave the family a special message online, please visit www.PenwellGabelTopeka.com.

Police report Driver killed Gary Kettler, 58, Williamsburg, died late Wednesday morning when the pickup truck he was driving went out

of control on an Anderson County road about 10 miles southwest of Garnett and rolled multiple times. Kettler was alone in the truck.

Crest students earn top grades Superintendent’s Honor Roll 2nd Grade - Liliana Blaufuss, Kayla Hermreck and Brody Hobbs. 3rd Grade - Avery Blaufuss, Trevor Church and Sydney Stephens. 4th Grade - Keaton Davis, Lindsey Godderz, Anna Hermreck, Marissa Lansdown, Lisbeth Rodriguez, Khloe Utley and Tucker Yocham. 5th Grade - Ben Prasko. 6th Grade - Evan Bain, Ridley Black, Gregory Hardwick, Kimberleigh Lansdown and Summer Starr. 7th Grade - Jewel Armstrong, Regan Godderz, Vicky Rodriguez and Camryn Strickler. 8th Grade - Makayla Jones. Principal’s Honor Roll 2nd Grade - Andie Burnett, Jaci Coberly, Brenton Edgerton, Janelle Hartman, Brooklynn Jones and Andrew Modlin.

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3rd Grade - Zach Allee, Ty Chambers, Ethan Godderz, McKenna Hammond, Kamryn Luedke, Colby McAdam, Karter Miller, Camden Piper, Shayda Womelsdorf and David Wood. 4th Grade - Ethan Prasko and Shelby Prater. 5th Grade - Ashton Bain, Gabe Berry, Tyson Hermreck, Andrew McAdam and Kobey Miller. 6th Grade - Anna Culler, Allen Geary, Jamison Hendrix, Jerrick Jones, Kimberly Madrid, Connor McGregor, Brianna Trester and Kailynn Wilhite. 7th Grade - Bryce Atzbach, Breyanna Benjamin, Cassie Bowin, Ryan Culler and Hayden Hermreck. 8th Grade - Gage Adams, Bradlee Bennett, Chad Classen, Anthony Dunlap, Austin Hendrix, Jose Madrid, Dylan McCutchen, Kaylynn Piper, Hayden Seabolt, Caleb Stephens, CJ Ward and Seth Whitcomb.

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Kathryn Sarver gave a program on the book “An Invisible Thread” by Laura Schroof and Alex Tresniouski during the Sorosis Club meeting at 1:30 p.m. on Monday at the Community National Bank meeting room. Present were 12 regular members and three associate members. The book is a true story of an 11-year-old panhandler, a busy sales executive and their unlikely meeting with destiny. Laura was a successful advertising sales representative. Maurice was a home-

The book, “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead” by Sheryl Sandberg, was reviewed by Joann Maxwell at Unity Club’s meeting Monday. Glenda Helton was hostess to 16 members. Sandberg is a CEO of Facebook and writes with humor and wisdom on starting a career, starting a family and other challenges

less boy trying to live by getting enough money to survive from those passing by on the street. Maurice asks Laura for spare change; she ignores him at first but returns and offers him lunch at McDonald’s. From then on they met weekly for years and a friendship developed that today has spanned over 30 years. Sarver and Maxine Redfern were hostesses. The next meeting will be the anniversary luncheon at 1 p.m. on Feb. 10 at the Greenery. Nadine McClain and Susan Diebolt will be hostesses.

Community event Allen County Farm Bureau will host its annual legislative update at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Farm Bureau Insurance, 807 N. State.

Senator Caryn Tyson and Representative Kent Thompson are expected to speak, along with Allen County commissioners. 

HMS announces honor roll students Humboldt Middle School 2nd Nine-Week Honor Roll Eighth grade All A Honor Roll: Jacob Barker, Kaiti Carpenter, Colin Gillespie, Keagan Hodgden, Chassis Hoepker, Noah Johnson, Zach Korte, Katie Lott, Sebastian Mock, Hesston Murrow, Lizzie Myers, Hannah Riebel, Rylan Wilhite. Principal’s Honor Roll: David Avery, Sierra Brinkerhoff, Eden Carman, Lance Daniels, Seth Deal, Evan Gean, Camron Goltry, Bailee Hosfelt, Sydney Houk, Chase Jaro, Nick Jarred, Denise Johnson, Katie Malone, Cole Murrow, Hunter Nickell, Edward O’Neal-Wilks, Cedric Osborne, Khloe Rook, Wyatt Seufert, Brady Slocum, Cheyenne Steinbrook, Sarah Todd, Josh Vanatta, Kailey Wolken, Britnee Works, Brent Yost. Regular Honor Roll: Kassie Angleton, Seth Hegwald, Ethan Herder, Aaron Ikehorn, Brooklyn Kuhn, Ashlyn Tait, Scott Todd, Jackson Wilder and Seth Yowell. Seventh grade All A Honor Roll: Kyler Allen, Sydney Barker, Bo Bigelow, Ashlynn Booth, Marisha Collins, Courtney Coy, Camrie Farran, Dagen Goodner, Sydney Hegwald, Teryn Johnson, Jennifer Jones, Dawson Lohmann, Morgan Mauk, Aricah McCall, Zoey Rinehart, Calvin Schoendaller, Anne Wood. Principal’s Honor Roll: Bryson Baker, Riley Brown, Caleb Coronado, Dylan Doolittle, Rain Gillespie, Logan Gray, Melanie Hallacy, Sadie Houk, Tucker Hurst, Kaylie Johnson, Maggie Johnson, Sybil Jones, Kyle O’Neal-Wilks, Molly Scheimann, Michalah Splechter, Tori White. Regular Honor Roll: Seth Barlow, Xavier Bauer, Noah Carson, Treyvor Comstock, Kaytlin Johnson, Caleb Klauman, Jacob Lea, Alexandra Meiendez, Joe Murrow, Ryan Sellman, Allison Turner and David Watts. Sixth grade All A Honor Roll: Brianna

Baker, Taylor Beeman, Roni Coronado, Logan Dillow, Adrina Evans, Kilea Heslop, Kaylie Hole, Drake Hottenstein, Alayna Johnson, Emma Johnson, Winter Lohmann, Nichole Turner. Principals Honor Roll: Isiah Coronado, Joe Froggatte, Madison Gean, Hailey Hammer, Conor Haviland, Speed Hoepker, Cooper Jaro, Gabe Jordan, Susie Kalousek, Tymber Kaufman, Travis King, Taylor Lassman, Titan Michael, Briar Orth, Ty Sellman, Josh Smith, Reid Smith, Jesse Steinbrook, Heather Swogar, Luke Yokum. Regular Honor Roll: Jackson Aikins, Sarah Avery, Josh Hull, Serena Melendez, Kirsten Roush, Stanley Todd and Madison Wilson.

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that hold women back from their full potential. She gives advice and encouragement to girls to have the ambition to “lean in” to a career that is right for them. Start out with gusto, navigate difficult times, and run the world, she wrote. Next meeting will be at 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 27 at the home of Rose Mary Riley.

Wolf Creek officials to meet with NRC BURLINGTON, Kan. (AP) — Officials of Kansas’ Wolf Creek nuclear plant will meet with federal regulators in Texas next week to discuss progress in making sure the plant’s workers aren’t afraid to report safety concerns. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission issued a letter in August after determining a “chilled work environment” exists within the quality assurance group at the Wolf Creek Generating Station near Burlington.

That letter came after the Occupational Safety and Health Administration found that a Wolf Creek contractor had fired an employee for raising concerns about how work was being performed at the plant. The NRC issued the letter because the firing might affect the willingness of other workers to speak up. The meeting is scheduled in the afternoon on Wednesday at the NRC’s regional office in Arlington, Texas.

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has a lot on its plate in the upcoming weeks. Presidio Brass, a brass quintet from California, will be performing at 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 23 at the Bowlus Fine Arts Center. Earlier in the day Presidio will host a clinic for Iola, Humboldt and Marmaton Valley band students. Later that night the students will perform with Presidio Brass. “This is a great opportunity for the students,” Kleopfer said. On Feb. 4 the Wichita State Shocker Sound Pep Band will come to Iola for an athletic band clinic. The director of the music education department from WSU will also join the clinic. Later that night, the WSU and Iola pep band will play at the basketball game. “Iola has become a place you go to a basketball game and it’s a true event,” Kleopfer noted. WSU will teach students how to play loud and control things like tone and tempo. Students also have three jazz camps coming up, middle school has auditions and solo and jazz ensemble competitions. His students’ hard work is showing lots of results. Recently Shannon Vogel and Rebecca Cunningham, both seniors, made state honor band and Cassie Shelby,

seventh grade, made the John Philip Sousa Honor Band. ONE GOAL that Kleopfer set in place when starting in Iola was to bring more people to the concerts.  “I want to get back to where people want to go and listen and see what these kids are doing,”

art teacher at Jefferson Elementary, is putting together a scrapbook event on Feb. 26 in the IHS commons area. It will last from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and registration is $25. The money will help raise funds for the students. “I’m thankful to have the support of the parents, teachers and com-

I want to get back to where people want to go and listen and see what these kids are doing. These kids work so hard because they know they have community support. — Matt Kleopfer

he said. He said community members have been very supportive of the band students. “These kids work so hard because they know they have community support.” Funding a large band program can be a struggle. Kleopfer applied for a $1,500 grant through Walmart and the school ended up receiving a $2,000 grant. The grant will help purchase more instruments for the students. “We are in dire need of funds for the program,” he said. “The program is exploding faster than we can put instruments in the kids’ hands.” To help out the bands, Nancy Cokely,

munity to bring back the rich tradition of Iola band,” he said. This spring, Kleopfer is hoping to put on a banquet to bring band alumni and current students together. “I want them to have a meal together and have former members talk to the kids about how the band affected their lives,” Kleopfer said. During this banquet he would like to unveil the future marching band and talk about the achievements of his students over the year. “I also want to unveil a piece of marching band history from the ’60s and 70s that will make a comeback next year,” he said.

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son’s reach should exceed their grasp.” Students then took to the stage when representatives from each school read their essays about the dangers of drugs, alcohol and tobacco. Spani followed, saying “I’m Kansas bred and I’m proud of it.” Spani is the all-time leader in tackles for the Chiefs. He began his presentation with three analogies. — First, elephants are tethered by large chains when they are young, but as adults they are only tethered by a small rope. Why? — Second, scientists separated barracudas from their food source, mackerel, by a clear glass panel. After hitting their head numerous times, the panel is removed, but the barracuda will no longer cross the boundary. Why? — Third, a flea has the highest comparative jump of any creature on earth. But after being kept in a box, hitting its head on the roof, it will no longer jump when removed. Why? “We get conditioned by things, don’t we,” Spani said to the students. “I think the things that hold us back from what we can really be are the imaginary obstacles.”

Jayce Doolittle shakes hands with Daren the Lion as he walks across the stage at the DARE graduation Wednesday evening. REGISTER/STEVEN SCHWARTZ He encouraged the students to dream big dreams, and have a positive attitude no matter what. He referenced the Chiefs’ mascot Dan Meers, who suffered serious injuries following a stunt practice accident in November. The injuries he suffered could have — or even should have — killed him, but his attitude made all of the difference. “I can choose to be a victim, or I can choose

to learn from it,” he said. “Everything in life is a choice.” Spani used the words drugs, alcohol and tobacco very sparingly during his speech. His intention was to show the DARE graduates that they don’t have to do what society tells them to do, or what may be expected by their peers. “It’s your choice how you live,” he said. “There is a battle going on each and every day.”

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pellets struck his eyes. Tavarez said his injuries covered his face and most of his torso. At a news conference Wednesday, investigators said the young shooter fired three shots and it appeared the victims were chosen at random. Kristi Tavarez said many of the boy’s family, including his parents and her uncle and aunt, Fred and Donna Tavarez, were staying at a hotel near the Lubbock medical center. “There have been ministers and others come from Roswell

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(about 175 miles to the west of Lubbock) to support Nathan and the family,” Tavarez said. “He’s such a good boy and a good athlete. I don’t know why this happened.” ACCORDING to an Associated Press report, the three rounds fired in the incident were all the suspect had. His family issued a statement saying they were heartbroken and felt great remorse. The family added it will cooperate with law enforcement to “piece together how this awful tragedy occurred.”

MLK: Celebration set for Monday Continued from A1 youth ministry. He and wife Stephanie have three children. DR. KING was born Jan. 15, 1929, the son of a minister. The inequality of segregation was driven home for King when he started school. His best friend was a white boy, who lived in the same neighborhood. However, they could not go to school together. The white friend went to a school for whites only, King to a school for black children. In professional life as a minister, King was inspired by the work of Henry David Tho-

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Seattle scientist distills 2,200-page report into poem SEATTLE (MCT) — There’s little lyrical language to be found in the most recent international report on climate change. The document from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) runs to 2,200 pages and is crammed with technical details about greenhouse gas emissions, rising sea levels and atmospheric circulation. Seattle oceanographer Gregory Johnson was a lead author of the chapter on marine measurements, and even he was having a hard time wrapping his

head around the massive compilation. So when a bad cold kept him in the house one weekend, Johnson decided to distill the report to its essence via a centuries-old Japanese art form: haiku. The result is a virtual booklet that is riding a wave of celebrity on the Web and in the Twittersphere. “I was surprised that as many people responded as positively as they did,” said Johnson. “It’s been tweeted a thousand times, or something.” Online commenters penned companion verses,

several teachers plan to use the booklet in their classrooms and fans are clamoring to translate Johnson’s work into Hindi, Italian, German, French and Luxembourgish. Mother Jones blogger Chris Mooney praised Johnson for summing up climate change in an “understandable, and even moving, way.” Johnson took as his template the IPCC’s “Summary for Policymakers,” crafting a haiku for each of 19 main points. Where the summary devotes two pages and four graphs to global warming’s impacts on ice and snow — a topic

that takes up more than 100 pages in the full report — Johnson boils it down to 17 syllables. Haiku, with its familiar 5-7-5 cadence, might seem like an odd format for a scientist to embrace — but Johnson was already well acquainted with it. For the past few years, he’s been composing Facebook posts in haiku as a way to keep his message brief and positive. Like most scientists, though, Johnson’s professional life is all about complexity. That’s part of what made the haiku exercise appealing.

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“It does make you focus and distill things,” he said. “Another nice thing about

haiku is that it generally took me away from technical language.”

KU basketball dorms OK’d

Media policy sticking around

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas Board of Regents has approved a proposal to build a $17.5 million apartment complex that will house basketball players at the University of Kansas. The proposed apartments will house up to 66 university students, with nearly half be-

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The chairman of the Kansas Board of Regents says the board is unlikely to suspend a controversial new policy on social media use by university faculty and staff. Chairman Fred Logan said Wednesday the policy likely would stay in place while a group of

ing men’s and women’s basketball players. It is scheduled to open just south of Allen Fieldhouse for the 2016-17 school year. Kansas officials say the Fieldhouse Apartments will be financed by private donations and bonds, which will be paid off through rent from the apartments.

The state Legislature will have to authorize the bonds. Each apartment will have a full kitchen, living and dining rooms, with lounges on each floor, two team meeting rooms, tutoring space and a multipurpose room. Construction is not scheduled to start for another year.

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Renaissance redux According to Gov. Brownback’s speech Wednesday night, Kansas is leading a moral renaissance by evidence of our superior family values and work ethic. Education remains a top priority, the governor said in his annual State of the State address. “Kansas ranks fourth among all states in the percentage of our budget committed to education,” Brownback said, leading listeners to believe we are a top-tier funder. That’s a half-truth. Twenty years ago Kansas changed how it funds education by cutting property taxes. Today’s levy for schools is capped at 20 mills, down from 35 mills. Overall, base aid to Kansas schools is significantly lower compared to other states — and slipping, The same goes for higher education. Not one word was said about restoring recent cuts to education. In fact, Brownback bolstered legislators to keep this de-funding mechanism on track. He took umbrage at the Kansas Supreme Court, saying justices have no role in saying what a suitable education for Kansas children should be, in spite of the Kansas Constitution. Kansas legislators need no guidance, he said. Can’t you tell?

As for rural Kansas, the Rural Opportunity Zone program is such a success that “we now have a housing shortage in many of our rural communities,” Brownback crowed. As if the decline in rural housing stock is due to a massive influx of new residents. No governor, the reason we lack adequate housing is because we are not replacing those that fall into disrepair, because of a lack of good jobs in our area, because of a decline in educational opportunities. Children get one shot at a good education. The future of rural Kansas, especially, is dim if we continue to have crowded classrooms, old textbooks and inadequate supplies, all of which hamper the educational experience. TO HIS CREDIT, Brownback advocated all-day kindergarten and its statewide implementation. The program would not only provide a better educational foundation for Kansas children, but also relieve school districts that charge parents for such programs. Kansas is leading an “American Renaissance,” Brownback said, with a return to the strong traits exhibited by our forefathers. “We know the way,” he said. “God wrote it on our hearts.” — Susan Lynn

Letter to the editor Dear editor,

As you may or may not be aware, a coalition of groups in Kansas is working to repeal the tax charged to record mortgages on real property. Kansas is one of nine states to levy this tax. This tax is based on the amount of the mortgage being recorded and is separate and apart from the recording fee, which is a flat fee designed to cover the costs of recording. The mortgage tax is $2.60 per each $1,000 of the mortgage amount or $390 for a

$150,000 mortgage. This tax is on its face, unfair. Two neighbors who buy identical homes may end up paying very different amounts of taxes simply because one can pay cash and the other needs to borrow funds. Obviously, they will both drive on the same roads and are protected by the same sheriff. If you obtain a mortgage from one of the community banks in the area, you will pay mortgage tax, if you obtain a mortgage from the Farm

Credit System you will not pay the tax; again one borrower is taxed and another is not. It is a tax that is not fair and it is not right. The Kansas Bankers Association is part of the coalition working to repeal the mortgage tax and we support its efforts. Glenn A. Buchholz, President-Iola market Jerry Dreher, vice president, Emprise Bank, Iola

Priorities for preserving aquifer How Congress could Sometimes, it isn’t that the handwriting on the wall is indecipherable, it’s just that the message refuses to be acknowledged. There’s the buggy-whipbusiness analogy, or more recently changes technology has brought about that have impacted and are changing communications, education, computers, banking, media, retail and nearly every facet of life in the United States. Agriculture is not exempt from reality, whether it’s imposed by technology or other factors. The case in point is the continued depletion of the Ogallala Aquifer, which for years has enabled western Kansas farmers to sustain crops primarily to feed cattle to supply beef for consumers. The aquifer is going dry to the point that the cost of pumping water from it no longer makes economic sense to the users. And to call the concept of a multi-billion-dollar canal from the Missouri River to resupply the aquifer a pipe dream is to denigrate pipe dreams. At the same time that the

Water and the Kansas economy are directly linked. Water is a finite resource and without further planning and action we will no longer be able to meet our state’s current needs, let alone growth. — Gov. Sam Brownback

Kansas Geological Survey is again measuring the drop in the aquifer, Josh Svaty, a former Kansas secretary of agriculture now with the Land Institute, spoke in Lawrence about the economy related to the aquifer. He did so in the same time frame of recent reports of Kansas farmers turning to cotton as a crop that has more economic feasibility than the grains the aquifer long has made possible. The confluence of attention given to these related matters, and the importance of the topics, should not be lost. While time permits, a means should be found to encourage landholders in western Kansas to examine what the Salina-based Land Institute can offer: research and information about commercial crops better suited to the

climate and soil conditions above the aquifer. It should not be left to the Land Institute alone. As Gov. Sam Brownback has acknowledged, “Water and the Kansas economy are directly linked. Water is a finite resource and without further planning and action we will no longer be able to meet our state’s current needs, let alone growth.” That report should include a path to a suitable crop transition in western Kansas that can protect its economy while moving it away from its insatiable thirst for the Ogallala water. A gubernatorial task force is charged with reporting this coming November. Let’s hope the handwriting on the wall is in large clear print and that the message gets through. — Lawrence Journal-World

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Jim Wilson, city superintendent of utilities, outlined in detail yesterday plans for an expansion of Iola’s utility system to a group of men representing local business, industry and the professions. Wilson said construction will begin this spring on new water mains, sewer mains and improvement of the sewage disposal plant and the water plant. The cost of the projects will total over $1.2 million with about 75 percent covered by federal grants. New water and sewer main construction will open up the northern and eastern

areas of the city for development. Improvements at the sewer and water plants are designed primarily to lessen pollution of the Neosho River. ***** Production of new boats has been halted at the IMP plant here and about 200 employees are on indefinite furlough. Company President Jim Fitzpatrick told the Register production will be resumed when sales pick up. With two months supply of boats on hand the company doesn’t feel it can justify building more inventory. The furloughed employees retain seniority with the company,

Fitzpatrick said, and the company continues to pay for their health insurance, but they will not receive a salary. ***** City commissioners announced yesterday the city has purchased a tract of land from Wingert Oil Company of Ottawa. The eight acres of irregular dimensions are along the south bank of Elm Creek in the Bassola area, starting at Washington Street and running west. Commissioners added that at least part of Little Bassola Lake, and maybe all of it, will be open to public use through the purchase.

poison talks with Iran Group of U.S. senators push for new sanctions Over the weekend, diplo- ments it already has made and mats from Iran and six major refused to negotiate in good world powers finalized the de- faith. tails of an interim agreement But the best judge of designed to stop progress on whether enactment of such the Islamic Republic’s nuclear an “insurance policy” would program while negotiations undermine negotiations is proceed on a permanent deal not Congress but the branch to deprive Iran of nuclear of government that is actuweapons. But a bipartisan ally engaged in those talks. In group of U.S. senators contin- opposing the legislation, the ues to press recklessly for new State Department has cited sanctions legislation. an intelligence assessment Sen. Robert Menendez, D- that new sanctions “would N.J., a co-sponsor of the Nu- undermine the prospects for clear Weapon a successful Free Iran Act comprehenof 2013, has sive nuclear called the agreement legislation with Iran.” If the current negotiations E n a c t m e n t an “insurfail or Iran reneges on its of the legisance policy” in case negocommitments, there will be lation also tiations fail. fracample time for Congress to could A better deture the inenact new sanctions. scription is t e r n at i o n a l “poison pill.” united front Not only that has put would the pressure on legislation Iran. authorize Obama has new sancthreatened tions at a time when the world to veto the legislation if it has decided to offer Iran relief reaches his desk, but even if from some previous penalties his veto were sustained — not as an inducement to forswear a foregone conclusion — Connuclear weapons; it also ties gress’ kibitzing needlessly sanctions relief to conduct complicates already delicate by Iran that has nothing to negotiations. do with nuclear power, and it As the administration has expresses the “sense of Con- acknowledged, an agreement gress” that the United States in which Iran agrees to the should “stand with Israel” if purely peaceful use of nuthat nation launches a mili- clear power will be difficult tary attack on Iran. to achieve. But the interim Menendez and other sup- agreement, which admittedly porters of the legislation came to pass only thanks to profess to be trying to help the pressure of U.S. and inPresident Obama as he and ternational sanctions, at least the leaders of the so-called P5- creates the possibility of such plus-1 — the five permanent a breakthrough. If the curmembers of the U.N. Security rent negotiations fail or Iran Council and Germany — strive reneges on its commitments, to reach a comprehensive there will be ample time for agreement with Tehran. They Congress to enact new sancnote that the new sanctions, tions. Meanwhile, the best including measures designed congressional insurance polto drastically reduce Iran’s oil icy for preventing a nuclearexports, wouldn’t take effect armed Iran is patience. — The Los Angeles Times unless Iran breached commit-


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House approves $1.1 trillion in spending for 2014 By DAVID LIGHTMAN MCT

WASHINGTON — The House of Representatives approved a $1.1 trillion budget by 35967 on Wednesday, but few were happy with the massive bill, and dozens of conservatives lined up squarely against it. The Senate is expected to consider the package today and Friday. Senate leaders are banking on the strong House vote to send a message to wavering colleagues that constituents are eager to see lawmakers engage in compromise and avoid another government shutdown. The House vote was bipartisan, as 193 Democrats and 166 Republicans backed the bill. Sixty-four Republicans and three Democrats were opposed. Spending authority was to run out Wednesday, but Congress gave itself three extra days to consider the new plan. Few wanted a repeat of October’s partial shutdown, which drove Congress’ approval ratings under 10 percent and caused what might be longlasting political damage. The White House supports the bill, which

details spending for discretionary programs, which are those that Congress and the White House can more easily control. About half would be spent on defense and half on domestic programs. Once President Barack Obama signs the measure, Americans will see its impact almost immediately.

nation’s borders. Head Start, the early childhood education program, will get more funding. Money will be provided to fight “yellow dragon disease,” which is affecting the nation’s citrus industry. The grumbling Wednesday often involved what wasn’t in the 1,582-page bill.

They are throwing them to the wolves. — Rep. Sander Levin, D-Mich., about the 1.3 million unemployed whose benefits were not renewed.

The new bill, one of the few line-by-line blueprints for government spending in recent years, had something for everyone — and some reasons for disappointment for everyone. “It could have been worse,” said Rep. David Price, D-N.C. He decried what he termed “devastating cuts” in local, education and human services programs but he urged colleagues to support the bill. Federal and military personnel will get a 1 percent pay raise. More agents will patrol the

“We need to curb our enthusiasm. The numbers in this bill are awful,” said Rep. Jim McGovern, D-Mass. Most Democrats were at least pleased that the bill spends more than was set under the sequester, the automatic spending limits scheduled to go into effect without a budget agreement. Democrats were livid, though, that nothing’s being done to extend emergency unemployment benefits to the 1.3 million people who lost that aid Dec. 28. “They are throwing

them to the wolves,” charged Rep. Sander Levin, D-Mich. An effort to restore the benefits stalled this week in the Senate, and it’s unlikely to be revived for several weeks. Republicans split over the bill. Party leaders touted local benefits and pointed to some smaller victories. Rep. Mike Simpson, R-Idaho, for instance, praised funding for wildfire suppression. Republicans welcomed the cut in funding for the new health care law’s Independent Payment Advisory Board, which recommends changes in Medicare. The bill continues restrictions on federal funding of most abortions, and bars paying to transfer Guantanamo Bay detainees to the United States or its territories. A lot of Republican conservatives were aggressive in their disdain for the bill. “We will still have a $600 billion budget deficit this year. That’s simply not good enough,” said Rep. Tim Huels-

kamp, R-Kan. Conservatives have railed against such huge bills for years, saying they’re impossible for the public to read or understand and often contain hidden goodies for lawmakers. “It’s frustrating. We complain about big bills when Democrats are in charge of Congress,” said Rep. Raul Labrador,

R-Idaho. “But we have big bills when we’re in charge of Congress.” Helping to push the conservatives were activist groups, which issued reminders that they’d remember this vote at election time. Heritage Action sent supporters a warning that the bill “increases spending, in some cases dramatically.”

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Loaded tournament fields greet Iola squads By RICHARD LUKEN The Iola Register

Iola High’s basketball teams will contend with loaded Burlington Invitational Tournament fields starting Tuesday. Both the Mustangs and Fillies are at 4-4, yet both will be in the bottom half of their respective brackets. Iola’s boys are the sixth seed and will take on third seed Labette County (5-2) at

8:15 p.m. Tuesday in the Burlington Middle School gymnasium. From there, the Mustangs will play either second seed Paola (6-2) or seventh seed Santa Fe Trail (2-5) at 8:15 p.m. next Friday. The losers of the two first-round games also will square off at 8:15 Friday in the middle school. Unbeaten Sabetha (8-0) is the top seed on the other side of the bracket and takes on 2-6 Rossville. Burlington (5-3) is seeded fourth and takes on

fifth seed Chris Prep (11-7). The final round matchups will begin at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 25. Meanwhile, the fifth-seeded Fillies take on fourth seed and host Burlington (7-1) at 6:40 p.m. in the high school gym. Unbeaten Santa Fe Trail (7-0) takes on eighth seed Labette County (3-4) at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday in the other first-round matchup. The winners and losers of those games will square off at 6:40 p.m. next

Friday. Sabetha (7-1) is the second seed and takes on seventh seed Northfield (4-5), while third seed Paola (7-1) faces sixth seed Rossville (4-4) on the other side of the bracket. The final round matchups begin at noon Jan. 25. Iola’s C teams also are in tournament action Monday, traveling to Fort Scott. The Fillies C team will tip off against Prairie View at 5:30 p.m. in Fort Scott’s Buck Run

Community Center. The Mustang C team will follow. Both C teams will play twice again in Fort Scott Jan. 27. The teams take on host Fort Scott at the high school, starting at 3 p.m., before moving to the Buck Run center at 6 o’clock to play Chanute. HUMBOLDT and Marmaton Valley’s boys and girls teams will be in Pleasanton See TOURNEYS | Page B6

Allen men roll over Red Ravens

Allen Community College’s Makayla Hancock, left, vies for a rebound in a game earlier this season. The Red Devil women fell Tuesday, 65-47, at Coffeyville. REGISTER/RICHARD LUKEN

Ravens down ACC women COFFEYVILLE — While host Coffeyville Community College found some offensive rhythm after halftime Wednesday, the visiting Allen Community College women were stuck in neutral. The host Red Ravens were

able to extend a 23-19 halftime lead to as many as 26 in the second half of a 65-47 win. The loss drops Allen to 7-10 overall and 0-1 in Jayhawk Conference Eastern Division play. See ACC | Page B6

COFFEYVILLE — One year after struggling through one of the roughest years in school history — winning only six of 37 games — Allen Community College’s men showed once again Wednesday just how different life is this season. The Red Devils opened conference action Wednesday by knocking off host Coffeyville, 79-75. Coffeyville had entered the game having won six in a row by an average of more than 40 points per game. “It was a big team effort, and everyone contributed in the victory in some way,” Allen head coach Andy Shaw said. The Red Devils took control early in the second half, turning a 45-44 deficit into a 66-53 lead. “But Coffeyville would not go away,” Shaw said. The Red Ravens cut the deficit to two late in the game before Allen hit some timely baskets. Red Devil sophomore Cody Sluder drained a pair of critical free throws in the final minute to extend ACC’s lead to four “and ultimately sealed the game in our favor,” Shaw said. Coffeyville started out on a high note, racing to an early 8-2 lead before the Red Devils settled down and took better care of the ball, Shaw noted. Allen never let Coffeyville push its lead into double digits. Raheem Tyner’s layup at the end of the first half cut the Red Ravens’ lead to 45-44. Tyner narrowly missed his See DEVILS | Page B6

SQUAD ACES FIRST TEST

Allen Community College’s Raheem Tyner, left, goes up for a shot in a game earlier this season. Tyner and Allen’s Alex Miller (22) were pivotal in the Red Devils’ 79-75 win over Coffeyville. REGISTER/RICHARD LUKEN

Sharapova advances despite oppressive heat By DENNIS PASSA The Associated Press

The Allen County Aces, a 14-and-under traveling volleyball team featuring players from Iola and Chanute, took home first place Sunday at the Sunflower Slam, the team’s first tournament of the season in Lawrence. Team members are, front from left, Piper Moore, Keeley Tallent, Mia Aronson; and second from left, Coach Lori Moore, Colbi Riley, Tori Busse, Breana Wrabek, Katie Bauer, Karly McGuffin, and Coach Kris Moore. The Aces will return to Lawrence Saturday to participate in gold level division of the Rock Chalk Slam. PHOTO COURTESY OF MIKE MYER

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Maria Sharapova toiled in 43-degree Celsius (109 F) temperatures for more than 3½ hours on Rod Laver Arena and could count herself among the unlucky early starters at the oppressively hot Australian Open today. After organizers finally decided to suspend matches due to extreme temperatures in a heat wave gripping southeastern Australia, late lighting and rain caused further delays on day four. Caroline Wozniacki highlighted the unpredictable Melbourne weather, describing the conditions as “pleasant” when she played on Rod Laver Arena immediately after Sharapova. And comparatively, it was. Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer also enjoyed the milder temperatures when they played evening match-

es indoors. The roof at Rod Laver Arena re-opened when weather conditions improved, and Wimbledon champion Andy Murray won the last 23 points in the featured night match to come back from 5-1 down in the third set and beat French qualifier Vincent Millot 6-2, 6-2, 7-5. “It was 6-5 when I went to serve for it, and someone shouted out, ‘You won 19 in a row’,” Murray said. “I would say that’s probably the most I’d ever won in my career by far. I don’t really know how I did it.” In the biggest upset so far at the tournament, No. 5-seeded Juan Martin del Potro ended a long day at Melbourne Park by losing his second-round match 4-6, 6-3, 5-7, 6-4, 7-5 to Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut. The 3-hour, 53-minute match finished at 1:20 a.m. Friday, more than 14 hours after See HEAT | Page B6


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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Gov. Sam Brownback declared Wednesday that Kansas was in the midst of a renaissance, touting that tax cuts he championed with the help of the Republican-controlled Legislature will spur economic growth and pay for various initiatives, including his proposal to fund all-day kindergarten. Brownback, speaking to an annual joint session of the House and Senate, told the mostly Republican audience that the Brownback tax cuts, enacted in 2012, were generating jobs, stabilizing rural population declines and charting a course for future growth. In prepared remarks, Brownback spoke of creating a state for the yetto-be-born 3 millionth Kansas resident. “Today, we are growing and moving forward, but not for the sake of growth alone,” Brownback said. “We grow because it helps everyone realize their God-given potential.” Later in the speech, he added, “Our dependence is not on big government, it’s on a big God that loves us and lives within us.” But his presumed Democratic challenger, House Minority Leader Paul Davis, said the sweeping income tax reductions have put Kansas on unstable financial grounds and will require deeper cuts in essential programs, including education. “People are struggling,” Davis said. “I think they will say that the picture he painted tonight is not a realistic picture of what the state looks like right now.” Brownback has enjoyed broad support for proposals he’s laid out in previous State of the State addresses, in part because conservative Republicans have gained control of both legislative chambers. However, legislators balked last year at his proposal to retain students who lacked reading skills in third grade. And this year’s all-day kindergarten idea, which would spend $16 million in each of the next five years to fully fund the cost, has been assigned to a special House committee to study over concerns about the cost and overall benefit. Brownback says it’d be financed through expected growth in state revenues. He’s already proposed a reading initiative aimed at boosting literacy that’s financed through reserve federal funds traditionally earmarked to help needy families pay bills and buy food. The governor also promised to continue investing in higher education — despite spending cuts to state universities in 2014 and 2015 that were part of the state budgets approved last year by leg-

islators. Legislators began the 2014 session Monday and are scheduled to receive a formal briefing on Brownback’s budget proposals on Thursday. The governor’s proposals are viewed as supplemental requests for agencies and not require legislators to rewrite the previous spending agreements. Davis said the governor’s tax cuts were partly to blame for the loss of funding in recent years for public schools and for litigation against the state. Legislators are awaiting a ruling from the Kansas Supreme Court on a lawsuit filed in 2010 that could require the state to increase annual spending by more than $440 million. Absent rescinding the 2012 tax cuts, the alternative would be to use the state’s dwindling reserves, cut spending for other agencies or ignore the court ruling in its entirety. “This is far more complicated than political talking points about ‘big government’ vs. ‘small government’,” Davis said. “This is about smart government. It’s about finding the balance between high quality s c h o o l s, low taxes, and a climate that will truly create jobs and help small busi- Davis n e s s e s thrive.” Brownback said that the state’s top priority is education, and that “the constitution empowers the Legislature, the people’s representatives, to fund our schools. Let us resolve that our schools remain open and are not closed by the courts or anyone else.” But Davis argued that instead of reinvesting in schools when Kansas recovered from the Great Recession, Brownback pushed for tax cuts that put more of a burden on lower and middle-class residents. “This choice sent a clear message to parents, teachers, working families and the Kansas Supreme Court,” Davis said. “The original goals of the Brownback road map were admirable. But time and again, the numbers just never seem to add up.” BROWNBACK waxed nostalgic, noting new displays in the renovated Statehouse proclaim a line from the Kansas Constitution that “all political power is inherent to the people.” “Too many decisions are made by unaccountable, opaque institutions,” Brownback said in a reference to the judicial branch. Last session, legislators approved Brownback’s desired changes to how judges to the Kansas Court of Appeals are selected by giving him the power to appoint nominees, subject to Senate confirmation. Kansas Supreme Court justices in attendance declined to comment about Brownback’s remarks.

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NBC •You’ve been acting for so long, what does it mean to you now to land the showcase role of Sgt. Hank Voight on “Chicago PD”?

I’ve been relatively successful, but it’s kind of “one day at a time.” I have a welcome sense of responsibility with those, but it’s a collaborative piece. I guess the answer is that I don’t feel daunted by this at all, really. I like acting, and I’ve always worked. I know actors sometimes say that when a job ends, they feel like they’re never going to work again, but work always comes, and some jobs are better than others. •Does it strike you that you’re the first among equals in the cast, given Voight’s position as the squad’s leader?

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The job is not so much thinking about me or how great I’m doing. It’s about “How do we make this better?” There are a lot of jobs at stake on this, not just mine. I feel happy, but I’m not jumping up and down, celebrating. I’m more of a mind of doing my job the best I can, and that’s what makes me happy.

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•After you initially appeared on “Chicago Fire” as Voight, did you think there would be additional life for the character?

I believed so to some degree, but I wasn’t expecting anything. At the same time, I wasn’t stunned when I got the call to do this. For a lot of reasons, I decided I had to do a little bit more in my career at this point, and things started to happen. I guess I was ready to go.

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Extras!!! SUNDAY 7 p.m. on KMBC The Bachelor Not all matches made on “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” have had happily-ever-after endings, but there are enough to fill this new special episode, “Bachelor Love Stories.”

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MONDAY 7 p.m. on KSNF Hollywood Game Night A doubleheader of new episodes opens with a battle of the sexes, pitting a team of male celebrities against famous females, each headed by an ordinary Joe or Jane.

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TUESDAY 9 p.m. on KSNF KSHB Chicago Fire A drunken driver knocks down a transformer, leaving the neighborhood without power on a bitterly cold night. The firefighters and paramedics step up to help wherever they can.

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WEDNESDAY 7 p.m. on KSNF Revolution Rachel and Charlie (Elizabeth Mitchell, Tracy Spiridakos) pitch in when Gene (Stephen Collins) goes to work helping the town of Willoughby in the new episode “Captain Trips.”

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FRIDAY 8 p.m. on KSNF Grimm Nick and Hank (David Giuntoli, Russell Hornsby) investigate a cop killer with a grisly M.O. — taking his victims’ scalps — in this new episode in “The Wild Hunt.”

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Your ‘type’ doesn’t override scruples Dear Carolyn: My friend has been hooking up with a guy for a few weeks now. He was her first time, and I know she really likes him. They are not dating, and I always knew they wouldn’t. The other night, she took me with her to go ice skating with him, and he brought a friend. The whole time, he was trying to make eye contact with me and flirt with me. After the night ended, he texted her, telling her, “I think we should stop this because you deserve better,” then proceeded to text me that he likes me more, we have more in common, and that he could actually see himself with me. He lives in another state and is only here so often. I really do want to talk to him because I know he’s my type, but after what they did and how hurt my friend is, I feel it would not be right. I don’t want to have to hide it from

Tell Me About It Carolyn Hax her, but I would have to. Please help, I have no idea what to do! I need advice fast. — M. There’s an old saying: When someone shows you he’s a galloping jackhole, believe him. (Well, it’s neither old nor a saying. It’s my rip-off of Maya Angelou.) Please. You know exactly what to do. You just don’t want to, and so are shopping for permission to self-indulge. So sorry! There’s no loophole that makes it okay for you to sneak around on your wounded friend just because the guy whom she entrusted with her “first time” and who within days turned his attention from her to you is your “type.” What is your type — reptilian?

I won’t pretend that all attractions are convenient or that all inconvenient attractions are wrong. But if you’re going to hurt someone in the interest of love, there had at least better be love. You’re talking eye contact [keyboard thump]. This is where the fact of 7 billion-plus people on Earth is convenient to keep in mind: Some of them might be your “type,” too, and have no fresh and painful history with someone you care about. Some, even, might not use dates with one woman to shop for other women. Think of it this way: If you and he get together, then you’d deserve each other. “Deserve better” is the ironically placed bar I suggest you clear. Dear Carolyn: Curious to know how you would have responded to this post-holiday gambit: “And I don’t want you to feel bad that what you got me wasn’t as nice as what

I got you. I just like to buy gifts for the joy of it. I didn’t expect anything in return.” — Lame-O Gift Giver If standing there agape is one of my choices, I’ll take that. There’s always, too, “It actually never occurred to me to feel bad until you said that.” But, after replacing my jaw and rehydrating my tongue, I hope I’d have the forbearance to recognize that some people have better intentions than they do skills to implement them. I hope I’d laugh. I hope I’d say thanks for the thought. Or, “You’re welcome,” if I was feeling particularly quick. And I hope I wouldn’t have the honor of being selected again next year to bring this person joy.

and decree will be entered in due course upon the Petition. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the Estate within four 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. William G. Henderson, Petitioner APT LAW OFFICES, LLC 219 South Street, P.O. Box 328 Iola, Kansas 66749 (620) 365-3161 Attorneys for Petitioner (1) 9,16,23

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Public notice (First published in The Iola Register, January 9, 2013) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of PATRICIA ANN COLE Case No. 14 PR 02 NOTICE OF HEARING AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a Petition dated January 8, 2014, has been filed in this Court by William F. Henderson praying that the instrument attached to the Petition dated September 17, 2013. be admitted to probate, and for the appointment of William G. Henderson as Executor of the Will without Bond. You are further advised that the Petitioner in this matter has requested administration pursuant to the Kansas Simplified Estates Act, and if such request is granted, the Court may not supervise administration of the Estate and no further notice of any action of the Executor or other proceedings in the administration will be given except for notice of final settlement of the Decedent’s Estate. Should written objections to simplified administration be filed with the court, the Court may order supervised administration to ensue.

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Heat: Players bake in triple-digit temps Continued from B1

play began on day four. Earlier, organizers invoked their ‘Extreme Heat Policy’ and the roofs on the two main arenas were closed in the afternoon. Matches on outside courts, meanwhile, were suspended for more than four hours until temperatures dropped. Problems with the weather didn’t end there — thunderstorms, lightning and rain showers hit during the early evening, forcing another suspension of play for matches on the outer courts. Defending champion Victoria Azarenka was spared, playing indoors when she beat Barbora Zahlavova Strycova 6-1, 6-4.

Her main rival on the bottom half of the draw had to endure the harshest conditions of the day. The temperature was 39 C (102 F) when Sharapova’s match against No. 44-ranked Karin Knapp started just after 11 a.m. local time. It increased to almost 43 C by the time she finished off a 6-3, 4-6, 10-8 win on her fourth match point, 50 minutes after her first. It was the longest women’s match so far in the tournament. “I wanted this match,” Sharapova said. “I didn’t play my best tennis; I didn’t do many things well ... (but) I got through it, and sometimes that’s what’s important.” At the height of the heat, Sharapova, dripping

in sweat, wasted three match points on serve in the 10th game of the third set, and then had to save break points and serve to stay in the match. She’ll next meet No. 25 Alize Cornet of France, who sobbed on court after beating Camila Giorgi of Italy 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 in 2½ hours. Wozniacki had a 6-0, 1-6, 6-2 win over American Christina McHale, No. 8 Jelena Jankovic defeated Ayumi Morita 6-2, 6-0 and No. 13 Sloane Stephens, who beat Serena Williams here last year in the quarterfinals, defeated Ajla Tomljanovic 3-6, 6-2, 7-5. Federer played on the second show court at Melbourne Park for the first time in a decade,

Kershaw: Baseball’s first $30 million man

and raced to a 6-2, 6-1, 7-6 ( 4) win over Blaz Kavcic under the roof at Hisense Arena. He was playing at the same time as Nadal for the first time in years at Melbourne Park. Nadal had no trouble in a 6-2, 6-4, 6-2 win over Australian wild-card entry Thanasi Kokkinakis under the roof on Rod Laver Arena. “Very happy to see the roof out there today,” Nadal said. No. 16 Kei Nishikori had a 6-1, 6-1, 7-6 (3) win over Dusan Lajovic. He will next play American Donald Young, who beat No. 24 Andreas Seppi 6-4, 2-6, 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 in one of the matches suspended for nearly four hours due to the heat.

LOS ANGELES (AP) announced. Kershaw receives — Clayton Kershaw agreed Wednesday to the most lucrative deal a $215 million, for a pitcher, seven-year breaking the contract with mark of $180 million set by the Los Angeles Dodgers, a Justin Verlandperson familer last March iar with the for his sevennegotiations year contract told The Asso- Clayton with Detroit. ciated Press, a Kershaw Kershaw would have deal that makes the two-time Cy Young been eligible for free Award winner base- agency after the upball’s first player with coming season if the a $30 million average new deal hadn’t been reached. He was elisalary. The person spoke on gible for salary arbiand those condition of anonym- tration, ity because the agree- figures were set to be ment had not yet been exchanged on Friday.

Tournaments: Busy week ahead for area high-schoolers Continued from B1

starting Tuesday for its midseason tournament. With only seven schools in attendance — one dropped out — officials decided on an unusual format. The top four seeds on both sides will play in a round-robin championship bracket, while seeds 5, 6 and 7 will square off in a separate round-robin “runner up” bracket. Humboldt’s boys (7-1)

are the top seed and will take on Central Heights at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Uniontown at 7 p.m. Thursday and JayhawkLinn at 7 p.m. next Friday. Marmaton Valley’s boys (0-8) are in the runner-up bracket and will take on Altoona-Midway (0-7) at 4 p.m. next Thursday and Pleasanton (1-7) at 4 p.m. next Friday. Both Humboldt and Marmaton Valley girls teams are on the run-

ACC: Women fall Continued from B1

The Red Devils shot a cold 30 percent (17 of 57) from the field, including 2 of 16 from 3-point range. After shooting only 31 percent in the first half, Coffeyville hit at a 47 percent clip after intermission to pull away. The Ravens led 65-39 before Allen ended the game on an 8-0 run. O’ceonna Weston led Allen with 20 points, eight rebounds and four steals, followed by Jameesshia Armstrong and Rebecca Fisher with nine points apiece. Kylie Molisee had 10 rebounds. Fisher and Rea-

gan McClellan both had three assists. Jazmine Torian scored 17, while Devyn Edwards had 13 and Ashlin Arnold 11 for Coffeyville. Allen returns home Saturday to host Cowley at 2 p.m.

Allen (19-28—47) Coffeyville (23-42—65) Allen (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): Hancock 1-0-1-2, Armstrong 2/1-22-9, Fisher 1/2-1-2-9, Molisee 1-3-1-5, Weston 9-2-3-20, Cleaver 0-0-1-0, Stevens 0/2-1-2. TOTALS: 14/3-10-11-47. Coffeyville (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): Arnold 4-3-0-11, Keys 2-0-2-4, Hernandez 1-0-0-2, Kiploks 2-3-37, Torian 8-1-2-17, Edwards 5/10-2-13, Carpenter 4-0-1-8, Brown 1-1-1-3, Baldwin 0-0-1-0. TOTALS: 27/1-8-12-65.

ner-up bracket as well on their side. The Lady Cubs (2-6) will play Altoona-Midway (0-7) at 4 p.m. Tuesday. They return to action next Friday at 4 p.m. to take on Marmaton Valley. The Wildcats (1-7) will take on Altoona-Midway at 5:30 p.m. next Thursday. CREST HIGH’S Lancers and Lady Lancers will venture to Liberal, Mo., starting Monday to take part in a loaded

High School Basketball Friday, at Prairie View, 4:30 p.m. Monday, C team at Fort Scott tournament High School Wrestling Today, at Erie with Labette Co., 5:30 p.m. Saturday, JV at Labette County Invitational, 9 a.m. Middle School Basketball Today, vs. ROYSTER, 3:30 p.m.

Humboldt

Allen Basketball Saturday, vs. COWLEY, women 2 p.m., men 4 p.m. Wednesday, at Butler, women 5:30 p.m., men 7:30 p.m.

Kansas State Basketball Saturday, vs. WEST VIRGINIA, 12:30 p.m. TV: Big 12 Network Tuesday, at Texas, 6 p.m. TV: ESPN2 (Ch. 33)

Kansas High School Basketball Friday, at Cherryvale

Crest High School Basketball Friday, at Altoona-Midway

Southern Coffey Co. High School Basketball Friday, at Waverly Tuesday, vs. HARTFORD

Basketball Saturday, OKLAHOMA STATE, 3 p.m. TV: CBS (Ch. 7) Monday, vs. BAYLOR, 8 p.m. TV: ESPN (Ch. 32)

Wichita State Basketball Saturday, vs. INDIANA STATE, 3 p.m. TV: ESPN2 (Ch. 33) Wednesday, at Illinois State, 7 p.m. TV: KS Channel 22

of the Liberal-Golden matchup at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. Top seed Pittsburg-Colgan St. Mary’s will face eighth seed Thomas Jefferson, while fourth seed Northeast-Arma faces fifth seed Bronaugh, Mo. The winners and losers of those matchups will square off in the semifinals. Crest’s Lady Lancers have the eighth seed and will take on top seed Galena at 4 p.m. Tuesday

The consolation finals will be Friday evening. The third-place and championship games will be Saturday. YATES

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teams are not participating in a midseason tournament. They return to regular season action next Friday at home against Waverly. Southern Coffey County’s participation in the Lyon County League Tournament begins Jan. 27.

Devils: Allen men hold off Coffeyville Continued from B1

third straight doubledouble with 16 points and nine rebounds. Courtney Stockard also scored 15 with two steals. Alex Miller followed with 13, including 3 of 6 from 3-point range, to go with two steals. Alex Keiswet-

ter pulled down six rebounds. Ben Uno dished out three assists. Montel James scored 24 to lead Coffeyville. Mike Martin scored 13. Allen shot 9 of 19 from 3 and hit 50 percent from the field. The Red Devils also controlled a 38 to 31 rebounding ad-

vantage. Allen (12-6 overall and 1-0 in Jayhawk Conference Eastern Division play) returns home Saturday to host Coweley. Tipoff is at about 4 p.m. Allen (44-35—79) Coffeyville (45-30—75) Allen (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): Uno

0/1-4-0-7, Fountain 1/1-0-3-5, Sluder 0-4-4-4, Stockard 3/2-3-315, Sweet 0/2-0-0-6, Keiswetter 0-0-2-0, Miller 2/3-0-1-13, Jones 3-3-0-9, Watson 1-2-3-4, Tyner 6-4-3-16. TOTALS: 16/9-20-19-79. Coffeyville (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): Ellison 3-1-1-7, Martin 2/3-0-2-13, Britt 1/1-0-0-5, Peterson 1/2-1-29, Crawford 0-0-4-0, Kyles 0-0-10, Norman 1/1-0-1-5, James 9-61-24, Gates 2-0-4-4, Davis 4-0-2-8. TOTALS: 23/7-8-18-75.

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