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AARP favors Medicaid expansion By DAVE RANNEY Kansas Health Insitute

Pastor Jennifer Loeb reads to youth during Wednesday’s Kids Club at First Presbyterian Church. From left are Kealie Kealer, Kayden Griffeth, Bailee Griffeth, Deacon Harrison, Jenisis Harrison, Zane Griffeth and Rilya Miller. REGISTER/BOB JOHNSON

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By SUSAN LYNN The Iola Register

ust about every aspect of Jennifer Loeb’s life has led her into the ministry. Even as a sales clerk at Macy’s, Loeb found herself counseling customers and coworkers. Her position in the plus-size department found her boosting women’s flagging self-image as they shopped for clothes. “I became the chaplain of Macy’s,” she said. Loeb, 54, is the new pastor at First Presbyterian Church. It is her first church as an ordained minister. It’s an accomplishment 15 years in the making. Loeb also has a degree in early childhood and elementary education. And while she found teaching a rewarding career, she continued to feel God calling her to the ministry, she said. “In moments of calm, I could feel this compelling calling that

Kobach: birth scan helped 7,700 By JOHN HANNA Associated Press

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A scan of Kansas birth records will allow election officials to validate voter registrations for more than 7,700 people who hadn’t complied with a proof-of-citizenship law, Secretary of State Kris Kobach told legislators Wednesday. Kobach said he expected the registrations to be confirmed within a week — allowing the prospective voters to legally cast ballots. The list of voter registrations on hold, about 20,200 as of Tuesday, will shrink by 38 percent. But Kobach’s critics immediately noted that almost 12,500 registrations would remain on hold because the other new voters haven’t yet provided a birth certificate, passport or other documentation of their U.S. citizenship, as required by a law that took effect last year. The figure is See KOBACH | Page A5

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TOPEKA — AARP Kansas officials and volunteers spent much of Wednesday reminding legislators of the organization’s support for expanding the state’s Medicaid program. “We are pro-Medicaid expansion,” said Andrea Bozarth, director of community outreach for AARP Kansas. “Twenty percent of the people that would be affected by Medicaid expansion are between the ages of 50 and 64. That’s who we represent.” Kansas is one of 23 states that have chosen not to expand their Medicaid programs to include adults whose incomes are below 138 percent of the federal poverty line. Currently, low-income children, pregnant women and the elderly are eligible for Medicaid. Childless adults are not. Expanding Medicaid, Bozarth said, would benefit seniors who are not yet eligible for Medicare. “A lot of times, these are people who’ve either been laid off through no fault of their own or who’ve had to take time off work to care for a relative or a partner who has a chronic illness and they’re trying to get back in the workforce,” Bozarth said. “They find themselves without any medical coverage at all.” Bozarth was one of about a dozen AARP members who deSee AARP | Page A5

American bandstand: Humboldt makes register By KAYLA BANZET The Iola Register

After two years of planning, applying and waiting, Humboldt’s town square bandstand is now on the National Register of Historical Places. The Downtown Action Team was notified this week of the Jan. 8 listing. Larry Tucker, Humboldt city administrator, said he is pleased with the end result. “It’s a center point in our town,” he said. “Hopefully, it will bring lots of people to the area.” Two summers ago the team contacted the Kansas Historical Society and told them about the park and bandstand. Two women from the society came down and examined the area. The bandstand, which was built in the early 1900s, was a good candidate for the list. The team was told the entire park qualified. Because the property belongs to the city, the team addressed the council. “The council had concerns that if the park was included we wouldn’t be able to add anything to the park,” Tucker said. Once a place is listed on the Register any improvements must be approved by them. So

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the team went ahead and submitted only the bandstand as a potential qualifier. The DAT made improvements to the bandstand. It raised $10,000 in materials to make cosmetic changes to the flooring, ceilings and new lighting. “B & W and Monarch helped a lot with the material and labor,” Tucker said.

“We found out that the pillars were about to fall in and B & W helped fix that.” Tucker said with the new improvements the team hopes the bandstand will last another 50 years. “This is really a community project,” he said. “Hopefully people can feel proud.” The Humboldt High School Band will have a spring con-

cert on the stand and other entertainment will play on the structure in the future. THE STAND is just the beginning for Humboldt. The DAT is working toward having a historic business district. There will be a survey done this summer to examine See BANDSTAND | Page A5

The pavilion on the square in Humboldt was named to the National Register of Historic Places on Jan. 8. REGISTER/KAYLA BANZET

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Kaye Tatman Glenna “Kaye� (Gifford) Tatman, 59, passed away peacefully at her home in Iola on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014. Kaye was born Jan. 26, 1954, in Wichita, the daughter of Glenn F. and Lolita “Dell� (Pierce) Gifford. On June 21, 1979, she married Donald W. Tatman and the couple was blessed with four children: Timothy, Angela, Andrea and Brandon. She was a member of First Christian (DOC) Church in Yates Center. Kaye is survived by her husband Kaye Tatman Don; her sons, Timothy and Stephanie, Kiowa, Okla., and Brandon, Iola; her daughters, Angie Tatman and Eric B’Hymer, Iola, and Andrea Tatman and Brandon Weide, Iola; eight grandchildren, Taylor, Matthew, Timothy, Tegan, Emma, Madison, Trevor and Tylen; a brother, Kenneth Gifford, Hutchinson; and a sister, Brenda Peterson,Topeka. She was preceded in death by her parents and a niece, Jan Kind. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at WaughYokum & Friskel Chapel, Iola. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Fellowship Regional Church, Iola. Burial will be at Yates Center Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association or American Diabetes Association and left with the funeral home. To sign the guest book online go to www.iolafuneral.com.

Cindy Neal Cynthia Anne “Cindy� Neal, 65, Iola, died Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014, at Windsor Place in Iola. Survivors include her husband, Dan Neal; son Jeremy Neal, Iola; daughter, Shannon Carey, Oklahoma City; brother, Rusty Maxwell, Overton, Texas; four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Cremation has taken place. A private family service will be later. Waugh-Yokum & Friskel Memorial Chapel of Iola, assisted the family. To sign the guest book online or leave a condolence, go to www.iolafuneral.com.

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GARNETT — About 15 deer carcasses were dumped into frozen-over Cedar Creek west of Garnett last week. Although it appears the animals were properly taken by hunters — not poachers — the disposal still is consider littering, Joshua DeHoux, a game warden, told the Anderson County Review. “It’s not a good way to get rid of that stuff,� DeHoux said. Dumping carcasses in a stream is a bad idea, he continued, where they will rot and take much longer to degrade than if left on land where scavengers could consume the remains.

KANSAS CITY, Kan. — An Edgerton woman will serve five years in federal prison for her role in giving a fatal drug cocktail to a young Garnett man in 2011. A related case against his mother is being heard in federal court. Stacy Ashley, 35, was sentenced Jan. 15 to five years in federal prison for distribution of the prescription drug oxymorphone, the Anderson County Review reported. Court documents show she gave drugs to her nephew, Joshua Auclair, 20, which led to his death from an overdose in Garnett on July 31, 2011. Auclair’s mother, Tammy Redel, 40, also faces charges.

Correction The Register reported incorrectly in Saturday’s paper that Christopher M. Johnson and Holly Comstock had filed for divorce. That is incorrect. Mr. John-

son informed the paper they were recently married and are not getting a divorce. The case was, in fact, a child custody case. The Register regrets the error.

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Dancers have ties to Iola The spotlight Dance Academy, Ottawa, kicked off the 2014 season by dancing at halftime at the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 2. Several dance members have ties to Iola. Mallory Melvin is the owner, director,

master teacher and choreographer at the studio. Marielle Melvin is a dance teacher and choreographer for the classes and competition. Kate Masterson is the daughter of Johnnie and Lisa Masterson,

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A man who provided sperm to a lesbian couple in response to an online ad is the father of a child born to one of the women and must pay child support, a Kansas judge ruled Wednesday. Topeka resident William Marotta had argued that he had waived his parental rights and didn’t intend to be a father. Shawnee County District Court Judge Mary Mattivi rejected that claim, saying the parties didn’t involve a licensed physician in the artificial insemination process and thus Marotta didn’t qualify as a sperm donor, The Topeka Capital-Journal reported. “In this case, quite simply, the parties failed to perform to statutory requirement of the Kansas Parentage Act in not enlisting a licensed physician at some point in the artificial insemination process, and the parties’ self-designation of (Marotta) as a sperm donor is insufficient to relieve (Marotta) of parental right and responsibilities to the child,� Mattivi wrote. The Kansas Department for Children and Families filed the case in October 2012 seeking to have Marotta declared the father of a child born to Jennifer Schreiner in 2009. The state was seeking to have Marotta declared the child’s father so he can be held responsible for about $6,000 in public assistance the

state provided, as well as future child support. Marotta opposed that action, saying he had contacted Schreiner and her partner at the time, Angela Bauer, in response to an ad they placed on Craigslist seeking a sperm donor. He said he signed a contract waiving his parental rights and responsibilities. Attorneys for the state contended the contract was moot because the parties didn’t follow a 1994 Kansas law requiring a licensed physician to perform the artificial insemination when donors were involved. During oral arguments at a hearing in October, Timothy Keck, co-lead counsel for the state, said the case focused on child support. Marotta’s attorney, Benoit Swinnen, cited several court rulings he said support the argument that Marotta is legally a sperm donor and not required to pay child support. Swinnen also argued that the Kansas statute doesn’t specifically require the artificial insemination to be carried out by a physician. Court documents show Schreiner indicated she didn’t know the name of the donor or “have any information� about him in her application for child support. However, a sperm donor contract between Marotta and the couple includes his name, and the agency noted the couple talked about their appreciation for him in an in-

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terview with The Capital-Journal. A filing Wednesday by the DCF argues the sperm donor contract overlooks “the wellestablished law in this state that a person cannot contract away his or her obligations to support their child.� The right for support belongs to the child, not the parents, the filing says. The agency said it also received different versions of the donor contract from Marotta and Schreiner, suggesting that the document “may be invalid on its face.� “We stand by that contract,� Swinnen said. “The insinuation is offensive, and we are responding vigorously to that. We stand by our story. There was no personal relationship whatsoever between my client and the mother, or the partner of the mother, or the child. “Anything the state insinuates is vilifying my client, and I will address it.�

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WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Authorities say they’re still trying to determine why a man drove his truck through a fence and onto a taxiway at a Wichita airport. Sedgwick County sheriff ’s office spokesman Lt. David Mattingly said the 26-yearold man from Marlow, Okla., was arrested early Sunday after driving onto a taxiway at MidContinent Airport. The Wichita Eagle reported the man was talking to himself and approached a small, private plane holding up papers with “unknown writings.� A handgun and several knifes were found in this truck. Mattingly said the man was never near the main runways or commercial aircraft. The man hasn’t yet been charged and investigators don’t believe the event was connected to terrorism. In December, an avionics technician was charged with trying to carry out a suicide bombing at Mid-Continent.

AG expands list to cell phones TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Attorney General Derek Schmidt is proposing legislators expand the Kansas nocall registry to cover mobile devices to protect consumers from unwanted calls. Schmidt announced the plan Wednesday with legislators, telecommunication providers and Kansas AARP. The registry currently allows residents to list their numbers with the attorney general’s office if they wish not to be bothered by telemarketing calls. Federal law allows for any telephone number to be listed on a national database, but Schmidt and others aren’t certain if the Kansas law specifically allows for mobile numbers to be added to protect privacy.

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70-year-old case on boys execution comes to court By JOHN MONK The State (Columbia)

SUMTER, S.C. — Emotions ran high as two days of state and defense testimony wrapped up Wednesday, putting a close to an unusual hearing about whether a 70-year-old jury verdict should be voided in the case of an executed 14-year-old boy. Circuit Judge Carmen Mullen made no decision in the case of long dead George Stinney Jr. of Clarendon County. The black seventhgrader was strapped into the state’s electric chair in June 1944 after a two-hour trial in which a jury of 12 white men found him guilty of murder in the bludgeoning deaths of two young white girls. Mullen gave 3rd Circuit Solicitor Chip Finney 10 days to submit a written brief in the case and defense lawyers 10 more days after that to reply to Finney’s brief. At issue: whether Mullen will vacate the jury’s guilty verdict, which by contemporary accounts took the jury just 10 minutes to reach. Stinney is believed to have been the youngest person put to death in the United States during the 20th century.

Earlier Wednesday, witnesses for Finney — who opposes overturning the jury verdict — and Stinney family lawyers — who want the verdict tossed — testified to emotions and events that gave modern-day onlookers a glimpse of the tension of 1944. “If you live by the sword, you die by the sword,� testified Frankie Bailey Dyches, now 67, whose mother, Lorine, was the older sister of Betty June Binnicker, the 11-year-old Stinney was convicted of killing. Stinney also was accused of killing Mary Emma Thames, 8, at the same time and tossing their bodies into a ditch. Dyches was being cross-examined by Stinney family lawyer Steve McKenzie, who was trying to get Dyches to admit that Stinney did not have a fair trail. “Some people didn’t get trials who were accused of this,� Dyches told McKenzie in an apparent reference to widespread lynching of black people that occurred across South Carolina in the first half of the 20th century. Stinney was just three months shy of being 15 and had the capacity to know what he was doing, Dyches said. “Would you be OK if

it were your 14-year-old being taken into a police investigation and questioned without you present?� McKenzie asked. “Knowing my children, yes,� Dyches replied, because they know right from wrong. Earlier, Dyches was asked by Finney if she was in favor of keeping the case closed. “I believe he confessed, was tried, found guilty by the laws of 1944, which are completely different now — they can’t be compared — and I think it needs to be left as is.� Earlier in the day, forensic psychiatrist Dr. Amanda Salas, testifying for the Stinney family, said she thought the boy’s confession was “coerced, compliant and false.� “It is not reliable,� said Salas, who was admitted as an expert witness and who was on the witness stand more than 90 minutes. In testimony under questioning from Stinney lawyer Ray Chandler, Salas said factors that shaped her opinion that Stinney gave a false confession included: —Stinney’s age — at 14, the human brain is still unformed and the mind can be very susceptible to an authority

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THE STATE/KIM KIM FOSTER-TOBIN figure suggesting he con- South Carolina civil that Stinney’s trial lawfess to a deed he didn’t rights history intersects yer called no witnesses; do, she said. with the case, asking that there was no tran—Stinney also wrote lawyers why the Stinney script kept of the trial; his family a letter prison family didn’t hire a law- that evidence such as denying the murders. yer and challenge the the piece of metal that —The power imbal- case decades ago. was the murder weapance between Stinney “Why didn’t they on was not kept; that and the white law en- come forward in 1954, Stinney was executed forcement officials he when we had the (U.S. only 80 days after he was was dealing with would Supreme Court) Board found guilty; that no aphave contributed to vs. Board of Education peal was made; and that Stinney’s giving a false decision, or through- Stinney’s family felt like confession. Stinney out the civil rights era? they had to flee the coundidn’t have a parent or a It’s kind of a why now? ty before trial. lawyer at his side. Why has it taken so In reply, Finney ar—No evidence exists long� Mullen asked, not- gued that while “it may that young Stinney was ing that the “passage of sound harsh,� George a trouble-maker; inter- time� troubles her. Stinney is the only one views with surviving Salas replied that the who legally can chalfamily members say that Stinney family was so lenge the verdict, and he he was a nice “compli- traumatized by what is dead. ant� boy and “This was not the type to a double suddenly kill murder of I believe he confessed, was tried, found two two little white little guilty by the laws of 1944, which are com- girls, who girls. —A lack of pletely different now — they can’t be com- were out doany known pared — and I think it needs to be left as is. ing what litwitnesses who tle girls do could have put on a spring — Bailey Dyches Stinney in the afternoon,� company of Finney said. the two girls “The inves—Although tigation led according to to George one contemporary ac- had happened, that they Stinney, we don’t exactly count, one of the girls had to flee the county the know why, but it did, and had been raped, an au- night George was arrest- after that, we are told topsy report made of ed, and that the father, there was a confession, both girls determined George Stinney Sr., took which included the findthat neither had been the attitude, “We are ing and turning over of sexually assaulted. And moving forward — we the murder weapon.� Stinney’s personality have nothing we can do The trial was 30 days profile indicated he, un- to impact this.� later, he said. “Even like many 14-year-old Later, Mullen won- though the trial was boys, wasn’t interested dered aloud why no ma- very short, it did occur, in sex. jor legal rights group, and ended with a ver“He’s more into play- such as the NAACP or dict,� Finney said. “The ing marbles, reading the ACLU, had gotten jury had an opportunity books, making whistles involved in the case. to return a recommen— he enjoyed art,� Salas Stinney lawyers said dation of mercy, so the testified. they didn’t know. judge could not sentence Everyone who particiIn closing arguments, to death.� pated in the trial is now Stinney family lawyer “We’re using the rules dead. But Salas also tes- Miller Shealy invoked a we work with today to tified she had recently 500-year-old unwritten evaluate a case that haptalked to a man, now in law known by its Latin pened in 1944,� Finney his 80s, who was in a jail phrase, coram nobis. said. “We would ask the cell with George Stinney Under this ancient court to keep the matter Jr. at the time of the 1944 doctrine — Shealy called closed, and the judgment trial. it “a last-ditch remedy intact.� The man, Johnny at law� — a defendant After the hearing, Hunter, who was 17 in against whom a judg- George Stinney, 40, of 1944, told Salas that ment was made has the Charlotte, the son of the Stinney asked him, right to present new evi- executed boy’s brother, “Why would they want dence to the same court Charles, said he was glad to electrocute me for he was convicted in, in the hearing took place. something I didn’t do?� When young George hopes the court will vaAnother time, Hunter cate the original verdict. 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Pockets of prosperity leave rural Kansas out of the picture It first dawned on Sam Polk he might not deserve a $3.6 million bonus as a hedge fund trader when he realized he did not produce a product or provide a service. “I didn’t really do anything,” Polk said. “I was a derivatives trader, and it occurred to me the world would hardly change at all if credit derivatives ceased to exist. Not so nurse practitioners.” Polk confessed he had become addicted to making money. In one year’s time on Wall Street he made more money than his mother during her entire career as a nurse practitioner. Polk, 30, wrote of his addiction in a piece titled “For Love of Money” in Sunday’s New York Times. “Only a wealth addict would feel justified in receiving $14 million in compensation — including an $8.5 million bonus — as the McDonald’s CEO, Don Thompson, did in 2012, when his company then published a brochure for its work force on how to survive on their low wages,” Polk wrote. “Only a wealth addict would earn hundreds of millions as a hedge-fund manager, and then lobby to maintain a tax loophole that gave him a lower tax rate than his secretary.” An article in Tuesday’s Register included a graphic showing the inequality of wealth in the world. Today, the top 1 percent has 65 times the wealth of the entire bottom half. In the United States, the personal wealth of the top 1 percent has grown nearly 150 percent from 1980 to 2012. That small elite received 95 percent of the wealth created in the aftermath of the 2009 recession. During that same time period, 90 percent of Americans have become poorer. We all know of those who lost their jobs during the recession and have since

had to accept lower-paying jobs, or are still looking for work. Even now, five years later. Many who were comfortably middle class, are now lower class. The result is a destabilization of society. And it is at work here in Kansas. As a state we continue to marginalize a greater and greater number of our residents. By not expanding our Medicaid program we are keeping a greater number of our poor desperately poor. By not raising our minimum wage we are pressing people into poverty. By keeping our schools underfunded, we are creating a disadvantaged demographic. All are opportunities denied in order to finance tax breaks enjoyed primarily by the wealthy. ARE KANSAS leaders addicted to wealth? No, really. By all evidence, legislation of recent years has gone predominately to reward the wealthy to the detriment of our schools, our hospitals, our elderly, our poor, and our rank-and-file employees. Already our landscape is changing to where our youth are flocking to urban areas where better paying jobs and opportunities exist, leaving the rural areas to be home to the poor, elderly and undereducated. How awful to think that could be the landscape of the future. Islands of prosperity amidst a greater expanse of poverty. Right now, today, Kansas legislators have the opportunity to change the direction of our state. While the Legislature is in session, contact your state senator and representative and tell him or her what’s important to you. They need to know. — Susan Lynn

Water woes and the Ogallala Aquifer By JOHN SCHLAGECK Kansas Farm Bureau

You never miss the water till the well runs dry. No truer words have been spoken about Kansas water needs. Mired in the midst of a four-year drought, the Ogallala Aquifer continues to decline. Reservoirs — critical water storage structures for much of the state — fill with sediment. At the current pace throughout the next 50 years, the Ogallala Aquifer could be 70 percent depleted while Kansas reservoirs may be 40 percent filled with sediment. What does this bode for the future of the Sunflower State? How do we sustain the lifestyle we enjoy? How do we grow the economy? How do we ensure life in Kansas will continue to be desirable? These questions are relevant to all Kansans. And while the Ogallala Aquifer is often viewed through the nozzle of a center pivot system, this topic is far more than that. Irrigation stimulates higher land values, greater crop production and increased production inputs that result in enhanced county, regional and state prosperity. It has supported the world’s largest animal industry whose feed yards and packing plants

grow and sustain Kansas communities and the people who live there. Water usage in Kansas is not just an irrigation issue. It affects citizens whether they live in western or eastern Kansas. Nearly two-thirds of this state’s population depends upon water stored in our reservoirs. Each and every day this water supply dwindles as sediment slowly creeps downstream settling in and diminishing valuable reservoir storage space. TO ADDRESS these issues, Gov. Brownback recently called for the development of a 50-year vision for the future of water in Kansas. The Ogallala Aquifer and Kansas reservoirs will receive top priority in this plan. Key players include the Kansas Water Office, Kansas Department of Agriculture and the Kansas Water Authority. Throughout a one-year period, this team will seek input from water users, compile data, conduct research and chart a path for future water use. All Kansans have a stake in this issue. Every citizen of our state will be impacted by the decline of the Ogallala Aquifer and sedimentation of our reservoirs.

It does not matter if you are rural or urban, young or old, a student or working, everyone needs water in their lives. As farmers, ranchers and landowners of Farm Bureau in Kansas, each and every member will have an opportunity to provide grass roots input in creating this water plan for the Sunflower State. Through educational materials and district issue surfacing meetings, farmer and rancher members will have the opportunity to express their ideas and opinions on the future of water in Kansas. Plan to attend these meetings and voice your opinions and concerns. “This is a defining moment in our state’s history and with each member’s input, we intend to help establish a water legacy that is good for agriculture and generations to come,” says Steve Baccus, an Ottawa County farmer and Kansas Farm Bureau president. “We must engage in this process and help define the vision for these precious water supplies, or others will do so for us.”         John Schlageck is a leading commentator on agriculture and rural Kansas. Born and raised on a diversified farm in northwestern Kansas, his writing reflects a lifetime of experience, knowledge and passion.                                                                                                           

Wendy Davis story will still resonate with voters Texas state senator amends bio’s ‘blurred facts’ The bare-bones Wendy Davis story — the one without embellishment — is sufficiently inspiring as a matrix for defying expectations. The daughter of a teenage mother and a teenage mother herself, Davis managed to beat the odds by getting a college education and Ivy League law degree, then launching a political career that’s brought her national adulation. But since Davis’ Democratic gubernatorial ambitions caught fire last year, “facts have been blurred” in the retelling of her life’s story, as reported Sunday by this newspaper’s senior political writer, Wayne Slater. That’s disappointing to see, especially since Davis or her campaign has been the source of chronological error and allowed misperceptions to jell as fact. Yes, she was a single mother living in the family’s mobile home, but for only a few months before she and her

paign at this juncture, raising the question of whether Davis and her inner circle were ready for the level of scrutiny guaranteed by a run for governor. The Davis campaign also took a swipe at her likely GOP opponent, Attorney General Greg Abbott, who accused Davis of deceiving the public for years about her background. Davis responded by accusing Abbott of attacking “the personal story of my life as a single mother who worked hard to get ahead.” No, that’s not what Abbott daughter moved in with her mother and then went on to an apartment. She was not 19 and divorced, as Davis has said; the decree came when she was 21. Davis married a second time, and her husband provided the money she needed to finish college and attend Harvard Law School. He also kept their two daughters, ages 8 and 2, in Fort Worth while she went to Boston to pursue her law degree. That marriage also ended in divorce, with her husband awarded child

custody. The fuller picture is far more complicated and less useful as a political narrative. Still, it was good to see Davis, a state senator from Fort Worth, take responsibility for the need to “be more focused on the detail” of her story. After publication of Slater’s report in The News, the Davis campaign cranked out an 11-point “early biography” to set the record straight on the Fort Worth state senator’s past. That’s an oddly defensive posture for a statewide cam-

did. No one is disputing that Davis worked hard for years and overcame obstacles that few people manage to overcome — single mothers especially. Davis deserves credit for that. And she’s right that a single mother’s story of struggle is one that millions of women can identify with. Regardless of their demographic, Texans want candidates for major office to be ready to step away from the window dressing and present their unvarnished selves to voters. — The Dallas Morning News

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AARP: For Medicaid expansion Continued from A1 livered packets of freshbaked cookies to legislators’ offices. Attached to the packets were cards that outlined the group’s legislative priorities for this year: • Expanding Medicaid; • Aligning the state’s durable power of attorney laws with those in other states; • Preventing employers from basing hiring decisions on applicants’ credit scores; and • Requiring nursing homes to provide more hands-on care. “Kansas has one of the lowest rates of required hours of nursing care in the country,” Bozarth said. “We’re at two hours a day now — average. We’d like to get that raised to 4.2 hours a day because research shows there would be positive outcomes for the residents.” The credit-score issue, Bozarth said, is driven by concerns that when people in their 50s and 60s give up their jobs to care for an elderly parent, their credit scores often suffer, making it difficult for them to return to the workforce. AARP, she said, supports streamlining durable power of attorney laws in ways that would promote uniformity among states. “The way it is now, you can be in Kansas and be durable power

of attorney for someone in another state and not know what the law is because they’re different,” Bozarth said. Ten states, she said, have begun coordinating their durable power of attorney laws. “We’d like Kansas to be part of that, too,” she said, “There was a lot of interest in the issues,” said Mary Tritsch, AARP Kansas’ director of communications. “We were well-received. We had a lot of people tell us they’re AARP members.” AARP Kansas has nearly 335,000 members, all of whom are at least 50 years old. Rep. Julie Menghini, a Pittsburg Democrat, met with Borzarth’s group for several minutes. “For me and for the people in my district, Medicaid expansion is a huge issue,” she said. “It’s an issue that I hope will be able to work its way up to the front of whatever we’re able to accomplish this session. But I have to say I’m surprised by how little support there is for it.” Gov. Sam Brownback and the Legislature’s Republican leaders have said they are worried that federal funding for the expansion would significantly decline or disappear over time, leaving the state to bear the full cost.

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Syrians may be ready for talks MONTREUX, Switzerland (AP) — The United Nations is taking a day to see if there is enough common ground between Syrian President Bashar Assad’s government and the opposition to talk directly for the first time since the rebellion began in 2011. Peace talks charting a path out of Syria’s civil war got off to a tense start Wednesday, with Assad’s future at the heart of bitter exchanges on the podium as doz-

ens of the world’s most powerful diplomats looked on. High-level mediating has yielded little so far, but Lakhdar Brahimi, the U.N. mediator who is meeting separately today with each Syrian delegation, said there are signs they might be willing to bend on humanitarian aid, cease-fires and prisoner exchanges. At another Swiss venue, the World Economic Forum in Davos, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called to-

day for a new election in Syria, saying his nation would respect the results. “The best solution is to organize a free and fair election in Syria” and once the ballots are cast “we should all accept” the outcome, he said. Iran, a close ally of Assad’s, was barred from participating in the Swiss-based talks to end Syria’s civil war At least 130,000 people have been killed in the fighting that began

with a peaceful uprising against Assad’s rule, according to activists, who are the only ones still keeping count. The fighting in Syria has become a proxy war between regional powers Iran and Saudi Arabia, and taken on post-Cold War overtones with Russia and the United States backing opposite sides. Signs of compromise were limited after 12 hours of meetings and speeches on Wednesday.

Bandstand: Now Kobach: Birth scans helping voters registered as historic Continued from A1

Continued from A1 buildings around the square and in the city. Tucker said the properties that qualify will be available for tax credit funding or grant fundings. Before, a Kansas law made it difficult to have buildings qualify. Tucker credited Sen. Caryn Tyson and the late Rep. Ed Bideau to have the law removed. “This helps build and upgrade historical structures in small communi-

ties,” Tucker said. About 30 properties will be included in the survey this summer. Tucker said the city is hoping to include more of Humboldt on the National Register list. A cabin and shelter in Hunter Park southwest of town are also candidates. “The cabin is close to 100 years old,” he said. “It would accomplish the same thing. Bring people to the community and take advantage of the park.”

larger than the U.S. Census Bureau’s estimated 2012 populations for 69 of the state’s 105 counties, and if such voters go to the polls before documenting their citizenship, their ballots will be set aside and left uncounted. The Republican secretary of state championed the proof-of-citizenship law, and he gave an update on its administration during a meeting of the GOP-dominated House Elections Committee. Late last month, Kobach’s office

and the state Department of Health and Environment, which maintains birth records, signed an agreement setting up the process for checking them while protecting privacy. “The first batch was run, literally, in the last few days,” Kobach said after the meeting. Kobach pushed the proof-of-citizenship requirement as a way to keep non-citizens, particularly immigrants in the U.S. illegally, from voting. And he told the committee that in the

past several elections, his office has documented cases in which five non-citizens voted, at least one of them multiple times. But critics of the law contend the problem is too small to justify putting the registrations of thousands of citizens on hold and suggest the law will suppress turnout. Kansas has more than 1.7 million registered voters. Former state Sen. Jean Schodorf of Wichita, the presumed Democratic challenger to Kobach’s re-election this year, issued a statement saying that Kobach was making “some minimal effort” to clean up a “mess.” “It sounds to me like Kobach is saying ‘I stabbed you in the back three times, here’s one Band-Aid,’” Schodorf said in a statement. The proof-of-citizenship law has become the biggest issue so far in Kobach’s race for re-election, and it’s the subject of two lawsuits over its enforcement. Democratic legislators are pushing to modify

or repeal the law. Kobach reported that since the proof-of-citizenship law took effect in January 2013, about 73,000 people have attempted to register, with 72 percent of them, or 52,000, completing the process. The birthrecord scans will help 7,716, dropping the number of registrations on hold to about 17 percent of the total — a ratio Kobach sees as acceptable. House Elections Committee Chairman Scott Schwab, a conservative Olathe Republican, said the proof-of-citizenship law is fading as an issue. “They’re doing a great job of getting it under control,” he said. Tom Witt, executive director of Equality Kansas, the state’s leading gay-rights group and a party in one of the lawsuits, said the remaining registrations on hold are “an ungodly, huge number.” And Rep. Tom Sawyer of Wichita, the Elections Committee’s top Democrat, said: “We’re creating a much bigger problem to solve a little, tiny one.”

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I just have to do this because God wants me to. It didn’t matter where I was; God was there.� But finding the time to change careers and dedicate to seminary was difficult, a little messy, and incredibly humbling. Loeb was born in Bonner Springs, which in the 1960s was about the same size as Iola. As a teenager, the family moved to Aurora, Mo., another small town. She ended up at a college in Boca Raton, Fla., when the family moved to Hollywood, Fla., between Fort Lauderdale and Miami. She was married while still a student at Florida Atlantic University and in a few years had children. Her daughter Emily is 23 and son Eric, 21. Ten years into the marriage the relationship was on shaky ground. Also, the call to become a minister had only grown stronger. Thinking she had her husband’s support, Loeb accepted admission into the School of Theology in Sewanee, Tenn. Two weeks before the move, he announced a change of mind; he would not accompany the family. Loeb forged ahead. A year later, the couple divorced. And then things really fell apart. “I needed a job and the kids were hurting,� she said. She quit school and moved to Indianapolis, where a brother lived. “It seemed like a good place to go,� she said. She took a job teaching kindergarten at a private school, but could barely make ends meet. At 34, it was the first time she faced life on her own. “It was a really scary time,� she said, noting she could not perform even the simplest of household repairs.

For two years she worked in a clinical pastoral residency program at three hospitals in downtown Indianapolis. “I loved that work, but it didn’t pay much either.� Still, it fueled the fire for her to pursue the ministry. She enrolled in the Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis. About the same time she also became director of Christian education and pastoral care at Fairview Presbyterian Church. “I was able to take a class every now and then. Work was demanding. And my children had challenges. So many times, I thought I’d never make it,� she said. In all, it took her 15 years to finish her master’s in theology. IN PERHAPS an ironic twist of fate, Loeb then had a brush with poverty. Equipped to lead a church, her position at Fairview Presbyterian was eliminated after 12 years with the church. She was unemployed but enrolled in the official search for a church. “It made it difficult to look for a job,� she said. “I had to be honest to say I may leave at any time.� In the meantime, she worked part time at Jason’s Deli and at Macy’s department store in Indianapolis. She earned $7.50 an hour at the deli; $8 at Macy’s. “I learned a lot about the working poor, even though I was at the cushy end. I did have a car and a roof over my head.� She also had a brother who spotted her loans. “I would have lost my house without that help,� she said. “The deli said they would give me fulltime work, but it was rarely more than 32 hours a week and the schedule always changed, making it impossible to get a sec-

difference through Circles,� she said. “It’s a program that offers a lot of hope and resources.� AS A PROFESSION

Jennifer Loeb ond job,� she said. When Macy’s hired her full time, she found herself counseling customers. “I know Michelle Obama is a great role model,� she said. “But she’s made a lot of women feel ashamed of their upper arms,� Loeb said, somewhat tongue-incheek about the first lady’s toned arms. “I had such sympathy for these oversize women,� she said, noting her daughter also deals with weight issues. “So many women suffer because of body image. It was rewarding to help them find clothes that made them look beautiful.� She also found working in the suit department that sometimes shoppers were looking for clothing for a recently deceased member of the family in preparation of their funeral. Loeb says it’s a privilege when people let her into the “messy� part of their lives. “It’s one of the greatest honors and privileges that people trust me to share those moments,� she said. “I can feel God’s presence so strongly when people are hurting. That’s the time people reach out to God.�

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In spite of the rewards of her job, Loeb was falling short on funds. “I was making $1,000 a month. That was enough to pay my mortgage, but not put food on the table or pay the bills,� she said. “It was an impossible situation.� What kept her sane was “knowing there’s a reason I’m living this,� she said. “I figured at some point I would need to know this firsthand.� It was 18 months before Loeb was able to move on. Since her arrival in Iola, Loeb has participated in the Circles out of poverty program. “My heart is really there to help make a

the ministry faces new challenges, Loeb said. One is lower attendance, almost universally. Also, fewer choose to be ministers. “The church has got to let go of some of the past to meet the needs of today,� she said. A majority of those 30 and younger, particularly, don’t see a need for church. It’s when a church provides a sense of community, is a home, that it becomes successful, Loeb said. “People today consider what would compel them to go to church. It must make them feel connected. It’s not so much about going to church, as it is feeling a connection to a larger community. “Also, a worship service is to be participatory. It’s not coming to watch a show. It should not be a passive activity.� As for First Presbyterian, “I’m still trying to get a pulse on the congregation’s fears; their passions; and where God will lead us.�

Twin toilets cause stir in Russia SOCHI, Russia (AP) — At least one Olympic bathroom seems to be flush with toilets. When BBC reporter Steve Rosenberg went to use the bathroom at the cross-country skiing and biathlon center for next month’s Winter Olympics in Sochi, he found two toilets but only one stall. His tweeted picture instantly became a national joke. Although toilets like that are not common in Russia, social media users posted photos of other side-by-side toilets, including ones in a courthouse and a cafe. The editor of the state R-Sport news agency said such communal toilets are standard at Russian soccer stadiums. “Why are the BBC folks scaring us?� Vasily Konov wrote in this personal Twitter account. “This is what the gents look like at football stadiums in Russia.�

Senior Spotlight Iola High School Class of 2014 Quinton Morrison

Quinton is the son of Rick and Jessica Morrison. He has been active in Stuco for four years, football for four years, yell leader for two years and wrestling for one year. Quinton has a part-time job at Rolf Farms. He plans to attend junior college for two years and then go on to a four-year college. Winning the Pioneer League football championship his junior year was a high school highlight for Quinton. He said receiving the AllAmerican Award at Cheer Camp and attending Lutheran Valley Retreat in Colorado were also great moments in high school.

Tyler McIntosh Tyler is the son of Gene and Judy McIntosh. Tyler is a member at Calvary United Methodist Church, Wesley youth group, football, basketball, track, National Honor Society, jazz band, concert band and attended Boys State. His hobbies include playing sports, trumpet and video games. Tyler delivers medicine for the pharmacy. After high school he wants to attend college. He plans on majoring in biology and entering the field of medicine. Tyler’s high school highlight was having a 4.0 GPA throughout high school.

Michael Wilson Michael is the son of Larry and Reina Wilson and the late Nancie Wilson. He is active in band, Stuco, theater, Crime Stoppers, SADD, cross country, track, scholars bowl, math relays, forensics and swim team. He is also a Southwind Rail Trail volunteer. Hobbies include DJing and mixing, biking, playing mellophone and hiking. Michael is self-employed at Michael the Ark DJ Services. He also works for Children’s Summer Theatre Workshop in the summer. After high school he plans to attend Wichita State University and will pursue a major and career in aerospace engineering. High School highlights for Michael include: attending Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) in 2012, participating in state forensics, being 2012 SEK League pole vault champ, state cross country and being drum major this year.

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Action heats up on mat By RICHARD LUKEN The Iola Register

FORT SCOTT — Iola High’s winning streak in dual wrestling matches came to an end Tuesday. The Mustangs were edged by Columbus 26-22 in a contest that wasn’t decided until the final match in the heavyweight division. From there, host Fort Scott took full advantage of its numbers advantage to win 51-27. The defeats drop Iola to 6-2 in dual competitions this season. Despite the losses, Mustang head coach Brad Carson was encouraged. “Some of our guys had good nights,” Carson said. “Cody Conner wrestled well

and Bryce Misenhelter continues to get better.” Conner pinned Columbus’ Aubrey Hamilton and Fort Scott’s Dawson Mitchell, both in the first period. Misenhelter, meanwhile, pinned Drew Cornwall of Columbus in the second period and drew a forfeit win in the Fort Scott dual because the Tigers did not have an opponent at his weight class (195 pounds). Andrew Garber pinned Fort Scott’s Harley Cooley late in the first round, but he lost via pin to Columbus’ Bradley VanHoose at 182 pounds. John Whitworth also went 1-1. He pinned Fort Scott’s Jesse Hodge in 38 seconds, but found himself going up against the state’s top-ranked

170-pound wrestler in Columbus’ Taylor Watkins. Whitworth dropped an 11-0 decision, but drew praise from Carson for his effort. “It impressed me because he never gave up,” Carson said. “We’re constantly stressing on getting better on bottom, and he worked hard to get out of some tough spots. The Watkins kid has more than just great technique. He’s stronger than he looked.” Travis Rieske also went up against one of the state’s top 145-pound wrestlers in Fort Scott’s Jacob Durossette. Durossette pinned Rieske late in the first period. At 220 pounds, Iola’s Seth Sanford lost twice, but also drew praise from Carson. See MUSTANGS | Page B6

Jesse “The Mexicutioner” Comer will box for the Oklahoma Welterweight Championship Friday. PHOTO COURTESY OF DAMARIS KUNKLER

‘Mexicutioner’ vies for welterweight title By RICHARD LUKEN The Iola Register

NORMAN, Okla. — Jesse Comer, a 2005 Humboldt High School graduate, hopes to add a title belt to his fledgling boxing resume on Friday. Comer, 27, will vie for the vacant Oklahoma Welterweight Championship when he spars against Martin Morales Jr. at Oklahoma City’s Chevy Bricktown Event Center. The doors open at 7 p.m. The fights start at 8. “I don’t know a whole lot about (Morales),” Comer said Wednesday in a telephone interview. What he does know is Morales brings substantially

more experience to Friday’s bout. In just his second professional fight, Morales boxed more than 80 times as an amateur. For Comer, this will be his sixth professional bout. With a 3-2 record, Comer’s road to the boxing ring came about through happenstance. Comer originally began mixed martial arts in college after being introduced to the sport at Oklahoma City’s Conan Academy. Comer found himself training among fighters who had been exposed to MMA training for years. But what he lacked in exSee COMER | Page B6

Iola High’s Seth Sanford wrestles in a match earlier this season. Sanford capped a busy week with a 3-2 record at a junior varsity tournament Saturday and an 0-2 record in a pair of matches Tuesday in Fort Scott. REGISTER/RICHARD LUKEN

Crest High’s Smith relieved of football coaching duties By RICHARD LUKEN The Iola Register

COLONY — Brent Smith, head football coach at Crest High School for the past 10 years, has been relieved of his coaching duties. Smith told the Register in a telephone interview he was notified late last week his coaching contract would not

be renewed for the 2014 season. He has been retained as the USD 479 athletics director and transportation supervisor. Smith has requested to Brent Smith be heard by the Crest Board of

Wrestling club nabs wins BURLINGTON — The Allen County Wrestling Club had its best performance of the season — perhaps one of the best in the history of the organization — by picking up 22 top-four finishes at the Burlington Open. Leading the way were Nate Hammond, Kendall Jay, William Jay, Dylon Rieter, Cooper Riley, Conner Sallee, Gage Scheibmeier and T.J. Taylor, all of whom won their respective divisions. Garnering second-place finishes were Adam Atwell, Korbin Cloud, Guisseppe Mangrella, Drayden Reiter, Clay Shannon, C.J. Shields and Ryan West. Those placing third were Tripp Chapman, Thomas Hall, Cole Mathes and Creed Shannon. Trenton Jones, Casey McKarnin and Curt Shannon all finished fourth. Allen County finished 14th

out of 34 teams. “The boys wrestled hard, listened and dominated throughout the day,” head coach John Taylor said. THE BURLINGTON tournament followed a pair of competitions the previous weekend. On Jan. 11, several wrestlers competed in the Frontenac Youth Brawl. Brayden Boyce won his division. Taking second were Jacob Benedict, Curt Shannon and Creed Shannon. Cloud, Trenton Jones and Clay Shannon were third. Placing fourth were Cole Mathes, T.J. Taylor and Ryan West. On Jan. 12, a group traveled to Bonner Springs. Dylon Reiter won his age group. Jack Adams and C.J. Shields took second, Drayden Rieter, third, and Atwell and Riley in fourth.

Education at its Feb. 10 meeting, “because I’d like to find out what I did,” he said. “This came as a shock.” Under Smith’s guidance, the Lancers have qualified for the Kansas eight-man playoffs three times in the past six years, advancing to the final eight twice, most recently in 2012. Under Smith, four Lancer players — Trent Johnson, Mi-

cah Smith, Jaden Boan and Kyle Hammond — have been invited to participate in the Kansas Shrine Bowl, an allstar football game featuring the most decorated senior high-schoolers in the state. “And we’ve always taken pride in having our players be an active part of the community,” he said. “We’ve always stressed making them positive

members of the community. They’re good kids.” Crest ended the 2013 season with a 4-5 record, one year after losing one of its most decorated senior classes in school history. “We were young, but the kids got better as the season went along,” he said. “We were competitive in one of the strongest districts around.”

Red Devils’ Jones hurt in defeat EL DORADO — Allen Community College dropped its second straight game Wednesday, falling two points shy in a 67-65 loss to Butler County. But the Red Devil men’s score was secondary to head coach Andy Shaw’s primary concern on the night. Sophomore Tyrone Jones hit his head on the floor after colliding with another player early in the second half. Jones had a seizure on the court and was unresponsive for a few minutes. He was taken to a nearby hospital, where he was diagnosed with a possible concussion. “He was actually upbeat on the bus ride home, so all looks to be OK there,” Shaw said. Jones had scored 15 points before exiting with the in-

jury. As for the game, missed free throws in the second half told the tell. Allen hit only 18 of 35 charities “that would have allowed us to gain control of the game,” Shaw said. Allen also shot a cold 1 of 12 from 3-point range. “If a few of those shots go down, it would have been a different game,” he said. After trailing by double digits in both halves, the Red Devils rallied to take a 65-64 lead with 1:21 to play. Butler’s Larry Fitzgerald drew a Red Devil charging foul to give the Grizzlies the ball back with 43.2 seconds left. Shomari Triggs hit a floater with about 20 seconds left to give Butler a 66-65 lead. Both teams missed a pair of free throws in the closing seconds before Bakari Triggs

hit 1 of 2 charities with six seconds remaining. Allen could not get a shot off as time expired. Raheem Tyner’s doubledouble paced the Red Devils. He scored 19 with 10 boards. Cody Sluder also had a double-double with 12 points and 12 boards. Trent Richardson scored 10 for Butler, followed by Shomari Triggs with 14 and Lamar Wofford-Humphrey with 10. Allen (29-36—65) Butler (38-29—67) Allen (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): Uno 3-1-37, Sluder 6-0-3-12, Keiswetter 0-0-3-0, Jones 5-5-2-15, Fountain 1-3-4-5, Stockard 1/1-2-3-7, Tyner 6-7-3-19, Wesley 0-0-1-0. TOTALS: 22/1-18-22-65. Butler (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): Goodwin 2-1-4-5, S. Triggs 3/1-5-1-14, O’Connor 1/1-1-1-6, Fitzgerald 2-5-2-9, B. Triggs 1-3-4-5, Wofford-Humphrey 4-2-3-10, Rowell 0-0-2-0, Johnson 1-0-2-2, Richardson 3/3-1-3-16. TOTALS: 17/5-18-2267.


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HELP WANTED FOR SEED HOUSE, includes some climbing, no heavy lifting, will train. Start immediately. No phone applications. For an appointment, call 620-237-4221 from 8:30a.m.5p.m. or 620-237-4340 from 5:30p.m.-8p.m., Ensminger Seed, Moran, KS.

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Sealed Bids PASTURE RENT: Sealed bids now being taken for pasture rent of approximately 80 acres. 9 miles west of Chanute on Highway 39 on north side of road. SW4 15-27-16 in Wilson County. Call 620-365-5116 ext. 218 or 270, or email: adams@allencc. edu or ellis@allencc.edu for details. Bids due 2/14/2014 at noon.

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2000 BMW Z3, 56K miles, mint condition, $9,000 OBO, 620-3653108. 2008 PONTIAC G6, 4 door, V6, GT, AT, gray, chrome wheels, 66,000 miles, great condition, $9,100. 620-365-7541

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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 positions available:

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Apply in Person: Russell Stover Candies 1995 Marshmallow Ln. Iola, KS Individuals expressing interest in this position must meet the minimum position qualifications, as defined by the Company, in order to be considered an applicant for employment opportunity. No telephone inquiries, please. EOE

THE CITY OF IOLA is now accepting applications for a PARAMEDIC in a combined FIRE/EMS UNIT. General duties include firefighting, fire prevention, providing ALS emergency medical care, and working with hazardous materials. Successful candidates will be required to pass a physical exam including a drug screen. Salary range $36,166.08 to $48,937.60 plus overtime and benefits. Applications and job descriptions are available in the Clerk’s Office at City Hall or at www.cityofiola. com, EOE/ADA. Applications will be reviewed as they are received. PART-TIME ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT needed 32 hours/week. Must have strong attention to detail, excellent communication skills and solid computer skills. Perfect candidate will be willing to learn company software program in fast paced environment while assisting walk-in traffic. Reply with resume and references to: PO Box 296, Humboldt, KS 66748. Position open until filled, interviews begin immediately. T & E COMPANY NOW HIRING FULL-TIME DAY POSITION, Monday-Friday, must be able to lift at least 50lbs, work outdoors and inclement weather. Apply in person, 302 Portland, Iola. THE CITY OF IOLA is now accepting applications for the position of PATROL OFFICER. Responsibilities include police patrol, investigation, traffic regulation and related law enforcement activities. Competitive wages and benefits. Applications and job descriptions are available at the City Clerk’s office at 2 W. Jackson or online at www.cityofiola.com, application review begins Feb. 10th, EOE/ADA. OIL FIELD HELP, driver’s license needed CDL helpful, experience necessary. Apply person at Iola Grain, 713 N. Industrial RD. ALLEN COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT CENTER is looking or a part-time Administrative Assistant. Individual must have a High School Diploma or equivalent. Must have computer knowledge and be able to work well with the public. Applicants will be required to pass a drug screen and physical. Please apply at Allen County Law Enforcement Center, 1 N. Washington Ave, Iola, KS 66749. Salary will vary with experience. Open until filled. EOE. AROUND THE CORNER COFFEE SHOP, PART-TIME, hours flexible, 6a.m.-4p.m. Monday-Thursday, Saturday. Friendly, good with people. Love of coffee not required. Apply 110 S. Jefferson. Production

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:

PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR In this fast-paced environment, the successful candidate will have a progressive track record of managing people in a food processing or related facility. Strong leadership skills & the ability to communicate with all levels in a hands-on environment are required. HS Diploma & 3 yrs. supervisory exp. is required. Russell Stover offers a competitive salary & benefits pkg. including medical, dental, vision, 401K. Please send your resume with salary history to:

Russell Stover Candies Attn: Human Resources 1995 Marshmallow Ln. Iola, KS 66749

Individuals expressing interest in this position must meet the minimum position qualifications, as defined by the Company, in order to be considered an applicant for employment opportunity. EOE

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.

Full-Time & Part-Time Positions Available On Evenings & Night Shifts. Please apply in person. Applications will be taken Weekdays 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Applications must be completed in the facility. GED or high school diploma required. Pre-employment background checks & drug screen required.

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MANPOWER OF CHANUTE, 406 E. MAIN, 620-431-0001, has several openings for LONG TERM GENERAL LABOR positions. If you have not applied with us please do so at www. manpowerjobs.com, must be able to pass background check and drug screen.

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Child Care LICENSED DAY CARE HAS OPENINGS ALL AGES, SRS approved, 620-228-4613.

Farm Miscellaneous LOOKING FOR PASTURE and hay ground to rent in Iola area. 620-228-4852 SPECIAL CLOSEOUT ON WHEAT SCREENING, .05cents per pound, any amount up to 1,000 bushels. Ensminger Seed, 1345 Highway 59, Moran, KS 66755, 620-237-4221.

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DREAM HOME FOR SALE. 402 S. Elm, Iola, Grand 3-story 1897 home on 3 lots. 4,894 sq. ft., Corian countertops, WoodMode cabinets and Sub-Zero fridge/ freezer. $175,000. Call 620-3659395 for Susan Lynn or Dr. Brian Wolfe susanlynnks@yahoo.com. More info and pictures at iolaregister.com/classifieds 410 N. OHIO, 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, CH/CA, 1 car attached, 1 car detached, 3-1/2 lots, 30x40 shed, 620-365-2508.

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Extras!!! SUNDAY 7 p.m. on KOAM The 56th Annual Grammy Awards LL Cool J returns as host of this year’s gala from Los Angeles’ Staples Center honoring top musical performers and recordings.

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TUESDAY 7 p.m. on KSNF The Biggest Loser Hanky alert! The five remaining contestants have emotional reunions with their past selves, as they watch video footage of their weight-loss journeys. Alison Sweeney hosts.

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WEDNESDAY 7 p.m. on CWPL Arrow Arrow (Stephen Amell) offers to train Roy (Colton Haynes) on how to control his new strength, but Roy won’t cooperate unless Arrow reveals his identity in the new episode “Tremors.”

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FRIDAY 8 p.m. on TNT APB With Troy Dunn A man learns the truth about the mother and siblings he’s never met in this new episode, which also finds Troy and his team racing the clock to fulfill a terminally ill woman’s wish.

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Thursday, January 23, 2014

The Iola Register

Public notices (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. You are hereby required to file your written defenses to the admission of Decedent’s Will to probate on or before February 4, 2014, at 8:30 o’clock a.m. in this Court in the city of Iola in 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 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

Home sought for ‘pipe’ cat FINDLAY, Ohio (AP) — A northwest Ohio shelter hopes to find a permanent home for an orange cat that drew widespread attention when it was rescued after spending days in a drainpipe during some severely cold weather. Officials at the Hancock County Humane Society say they’re accepting adoption applications and donations to help with medical bills for the male cat, now named Piper. The cat initially refused attempts to lure it out of the pipe with tuna, the classic call of “here, kitty, kitty” and even a cellphone app that meowed. Groundskeepers at a school in Findlay cut through the pipe Jan. 10 to free the cat, which was muddy, emaciated and hypothermic.

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(First published in The Iola Register, January 23, 2014) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of DAROLD KEVIN MURRY, Deceased

11 PR 46 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT (Chapter 59) THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified a petition has been filed in this Court by Charlotte D. Sexton, f.k.a. Charlotte D. Murry, administrator of the Estate of Darold Kevin Murry, deceased, praying for final settlement of the estate, approval of her acts, proceedings and accounts as administra-

tor, allowance for her administrator’s fees and expenses and the Court determine the heirs of the said decedent and assign to her the real estate and personal property remaining in said estate. You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 18th day of February 2014, at 8:30 A.M., in said District Court in Iola, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. CHARLOTTE D. SEXTON, Administrator and Petitioner ROBERT E. JOHNSON II JOHNSON LAW OFFICE PA P.O. Box 866 Iola, KS 66749 (1) 23,39 (2) 6

(Published in The Iola Register January 23, 2014) RESOLUTION NO. 201403 ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING A MAXIMUM SPEED LIMIT OF 20 MPH ON ALL STREETS LOCATED WITHIN THE COUNTRY CLUB HEIGHTS ADDITION IN ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS WHEREAS, Allen County has Home Rule and statutory authority to modify speed limits under K.S.A. 19-101a and K.S.A. 8-1560; and WHEREAS, the County Commissioners of Allen County, Kansas, have considered establishing the maximum speed limit on all of the streets located within Country Club Heights Addition as listed below at 20 MPH; and WHEREAS, upon due consideration, the County Commissioners have determined that the reduction in the maximum speed limit on the streets described below will enhance public safety.

NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Board of County Commissioners of Allen County, Kansas, that a maximum speed limit of 20 MPH shall be established on all of the streets located within the Country Club Heights Addition in Allen County, Kansas, to-wit: Fairway Avenue, Par Drive, Eagle Drive, Tee Drive and Brassie Drive. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that signs designating said speed limit shall be posted by Allen County Public Works at appropriate locations on the county road right-of-way. This resolution shall become effective upon publication in the official county newspaper and posting of said signs. RESOLVED This 21st Day of January, 2014. Jim Talkington, Chairman Thomas R. Williams, Commissioner Dick Works, Commissioner Attest: Sherrie Riebel, County Clerk (1) 23

(First published in The Iola Register, January 23, 2014) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DELLA I. HICKS, DECEASED Case No. 14 PR 6 NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed on January 15, 2014, in this Court by Jerry Kauffman, as Petitioner and heir-at-law of Della I. Hicks, Deceased, praying for the determination of descent of real property and all other property in Kansas, real and personal, or

interest therein, owned by the decedent at the time of her death. You are hereby required to file your written defenses to such Petition on or before the 18th day of February 2014 at 8:30 o’clock a.m. of said day in said District Court, in the City of Iola, in Allen County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon such Petition. /s/Jerry Kauffman, Petitioner ROBERT E. JOHNSON II JOHNSON LAW OFFICE, PA P.O. Box 866 Iola, Kansas 66749 (620) 365-3778 Attorney for Petitioner (1) 23,30 (2) 6

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Lancers rebound with 65-52 victory LIBERAL, Mo. — In what head coach Travis Hermreck described as a character-building night, Crest High’s boys bounced back from a disappointing loss one night earlier in fine fashion. The Lancers downed Golden City, 62-52, in the second round of the Tony Dubray Classic, hosted by Liberal High School. Crest took control in the second half, outscoring Golden City 31-20 after intermission. “After our performance (Tuesday), I was

very proud of how the boys bounced back,” Hermreck said. “Our foundation was shaken a little, but the boys showed their true character tonight.” Austin Green led the way with 18 points and eight rebounds, while Brock Ellis was a monster underneath with 12 points, 18 rebounds, five blocks and seven assists. Hunter Frazell added 12 points. Landon Stephens chipped in with four steals. Crest went 23 of 43 from the free throw line; Golden City, 12 of 29.

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dropped a 56-20 decision to Northeast-Arma in their tournament game. Northeast led 16-6 after one period and 39-11 at halftime. Crest will wrap up tournament play on Friday. The Lady Lancers will take on Golden City at 4 p.m., while Crest will take on Thomas Jefferson at 8:30. Girls Crest (6-5-6-3—20) Northeast (16-23-11-6—56) Crest (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): M. Covey 2-2-2-6, Hammond 1/1-0-2-5, Frank 1-0-0-2, Godderz 0-1-0-1,

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Golden 1-4-1-6. TOTALS: 5/1-7-820. Northeast (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): Morrison 0-0-1-0, Walker 6-0-1-12, Moransani 1-0-1-2, Robinson 1-02-2, Bogina 4/1-2-2-14, Pohlopek 4/1-0-1-11, Nunn 1-0-3-2, Choate 0/1-0-2-3, Osborn 1-0-0-2, Johnson 4-0-0-8. TOTALS: 22/3-2-13-56.

High School Basketball Burlington Tournament Friday, girls vs. Labette Co., 6:40 p.m. Friday, boys Santa Fe Trail, 8:15 p.m. Saturday, girls, boys, TBD C Team Tournament at Fort Scott Monday, vs. Fort Scott, girls 3 p.m., boys, 4:30 p.m., FSHS Monday, vs. Chanute, girls, 6 p.m., boys, 7:30 p.m., BRCC High School Wrestling Saturday, Eureka Invitational, 9 a.m. Jan. 30, at Independence, with Caney, 5:30 p.m. Middle School Basketball Today, vs. COFFEYVILLE, 3:30 p.m. Saturday, PONY STAMPEDE, 8:30 a.m. Monday, at Fort Scott, 3:30 p.m.

Boys Crest (18-16-13-18—65) Golden City (17-15-9-11—52) Crest (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): Frazell 0/3-3-4-12, Green 1/2-10-3-18, Godderz 2-3-3-7, Stephens 0/1-03-3, Davis 2-2-1-6, Brallier 0-1-1-1, Ellis 4-4-5-12, Ramsey 3-0-4-6. TOTALS: 12/6-23-25-65. Golden City (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): Co. St. John 0-0-5-0, Sipes 3-0-3-6, Dunlap 2/2-9-5-19, Tyler 0/1-0-3-3, Ca. St. John 2-2-2-6, Anderson 1/20-5-8, Tubaugh 2/1-0-4-7, Reed 1-1-3-4. TOTALS: 11/6-12-30-52.

El Dorado women thump Red Devils, 103-28 EL DORADO — Not much went right for Allen Community College’s women Wednesday as they traveled to ninth-ranked Butler County Wednesday. The host Grizzlies started strong and finished stronger in a 10328 romp. The loss drops Allen

to 7-12 overall and 0-3 in Jayhawk Conference Eastern Division play. Butler jumped out to an early 19-2 lead. The margin was 62-17 at halftime. A 20-0 Grizzly run resulted in a 41-11 scoring advantage after the break. Rebecca Fisher paced Allen with 12 points,

while O’ceonna Weston pulled in seven rebounds and three steals. Kailey Cleaver had four assists. Ashley Gibson scored 15 to lead Butler. Shayla Williams and Te’era Williams added 13 and 10, respectively. Allen travels to Neosho County Saturday. Allen (17-11—28) Butler (62-41—103)

Allen (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): Weston 2-0-4-4, McClellan 1-0-1-2, Cleaver 1-0-3-2, Stevens 1-0-1-2, Molisee 2-0-2-4, Shelton 0-0-2-0, Winter 0-0-3-0, Hancock 1-0-0-2, Fisher 0/4-0-2-12. TOTALS: 8/4-0-18-28. Butler (FG/3pt-FT-F-TP): T. Williams 3-4-0-10, S. Williams 2/2-3-013, Heimerman 2/1-0-0-7, Ivy 1/21-2-9, Gibson 7-1-1-15, Hodison 2-4-1-8, Howard 1-1-0-3, Spilker 1/1-4-1-9, Michalski 1/1-0-0-5, Johnson 1-0-1-2, VandeBerghe 2-2-0-6, Reid 1/2-0-1-8, Godwin 3-2-0-8. TOTALS: 27/9-22-7-103.

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“He’s in such a tough weight class, but he hasn’t given up,” Carson said. “And it looks like the light has come on for

Jesse Comer, right, boxes in a bout in December. On Friday, Comer will fight for the Oklahoma Welterweight Championship. PHOTO BY DAMARIS KUNKLER

Comer: Title shot Continued from B1

rience, Comer made up for with a deep love of mixed martial arts, his own athletic ability and quick learning. Comer began training in earnest after college, winning his first two professional matches. Disaster struck in 2009, as Comer was training for his third. “I blew out my knee,” he recalled. “I tore my ACL, MCL, everything.” The injury sidelined Comer for more than two years after it became evident the rigors of MMA were too risky for his reconstructed knee. The toughest part of the injury was it occurred shortly before Comer was invited to participate in Bellator MMA, one of the pre-

mier mixed martial arts events in the country. “I had to tell them no,” he said.

BUT INSTEAD of giving up on his athletic dream, Comer simply readjusted his sights. To boxing. Much like his MMA career, he goes in against fighters with vast more experience. Comer has compiled a 3-2 professional record as he learns the nuances of the sport. “Oklahoma has a lot of good up-and-coming fighters,” he said. COMER IS THE son of Al and Sylvia Comer and the brother of Iola’s Damaris Kunkler. He now lives and trains in Norman.

Crawford to a 0-0 draw through two periods. Crawford got an early escape in the third period for a 1-0 lead, which he maintained through the rest of the match. Iola’s Colton Toney lost via pin to Shad Rudolph of Columbus and to Brendon Blackburn of Fort Scott. “Colton did some good things out there, too,” Carson said. “He had some tough matches.” Toney was leading Rudolph in points when the Columbus 285-pounder caught the Iolan slightly out of position. “Colton was able to

Marmaton Valley High School Basketball Pleasanton Tournament Today, boys vs. AltoonaMidway, 4 p.m., south gym Today, girls vs. AltoonaMidway, 5:30 p.m., south gym Friday, boys vs. Pleasanton, 4 p.m., north gym Friday, girls vs. Humboldt, 4 p.m., north gym ——— Tuesday, vs. OSWEGO

Crest High School Basketball Friday, vs. WAVERLY Tuesday, at Humboldt

High School Basketball Tony Dubray Classic at Liberal, Mo. Friday, girls vs. Golden City, 4 p.m. Friday, boys vs. Thomas Jefferson, 8:30 p.m.

Allen Basketball Saturday, at Neosho, women, 5:30 p.m., men, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, at Ottawa JV, women 5 p.m., men 7 p.m.

get out from underneath once, but couldn’t do it the second time,” Carson said. SANFORD,

High School Basketball Pleasanton Tournament Today, boys vs. Uniontown, 7 p.m. Friday, girls vs. Marmaton Valley, 4 p.m. Friday, boys vs. JayhawkLinn, 7 p.m. ——— Tuesday, vs. YATES CENTER

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Mustangs: Wrestlers show improvement him. He’s really starting to improve.” After being pinned by Columbus’ Aaron Napier, Sanford bounced back to battle Chance

Humboldt

Iola

Kansas State

TONEY

and Raven Skillman also competed Saturday at a junior varsity meet in Labette County. Sanford went 2-1 on the day, Toney went 2-2 and Skillman dropped all three of his matches. “It was great to see Seth and Colton do well, and Raven is so new to the sport, we didn’t know what to expect,” Carson said. “It was good to see him so angry after those matches. It shows there’s a fire there, and he wants to get better.”

Basketball Saturday, at Iowa State, 12:30 p.m. TV: Big 12 Network Tuesday, vs.TEXASTECH, 7 p.m. TV: Big 12 Network

Kansas Basketball Saturday, at TCU, 8 p.m. TV: ESPNU (Ch. 244) Wednesday, vs. IOWA STATE, 8 p.m. TV: ESPNU (Ch. 244)

Southern Coffey Co. High School Basketball Lyon Co. League Tournament at Emporia Tuesday, boys vs. Lebo, 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, girls vs. Marais des Cygnes Valley, 7 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, TBA

Wichita State Basketball Today, at Illinois State, 7 p.m. TV: KS Channel 22 Saturday, at Drake, 7 p.m. TV: KS Channel 22 Tuesday, vs. LOYOLA, 7 p.m. TV: KS Channel 22

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