The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 23, 1996 · Page 6
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AB TUESDAY. JANUARY 23, 1996 KANSAS THE SALINA JOURNAL' T PENAL SYSTEM Parole hearings planned Public comments sought on inmates eligible for parole By The Journal Staff TOPEKA — Public comment sessions for state prison inmates eligible for parole in February began Monday with a hearing of the Kansas Parole Board. A second hearing takes place at 10:30 a.m. Jan. 25 at the Wichita City Council Chambers, 455 N. Main, Wichita. A third hearing is at 10:30 a.m. Jan. 29 in Room 106 A, Landon State Office Building, 900 Jackson Street, Topeka. Those who want to comment about inmates but cannot attend the sessions can write to the board at the Landon State Office Building, 900 Jackson St., Room 452- South, Topeka, 66612-1220. Those convicted in northwest and north-central Kansas who will be considered for parole are listed by their county of conviction: • Cloud — David F. Wasinger, aggravated sodomy. • Geary — Frederick T. Kirby, indecent liberties with a child; Jackie Ray Jenkins, two counts involuntary manslaughter and aggravated sexual battery (in Leavenworth County); Charles Brown, robbery and aggravated robbery (in Sedgwick County); Harvey Laster Jr., terroristic threat, forgery and criminal threat; Bill Joseph Oxier, drug offenses; Nino Wright, aggravated robbery; Fredricka Ann Hooper, second degree murder and drug offense (in Saline County); Harold D. Lacy, conspiracy and attempted drug offenses and unlawful possession of firearms. • Jewell — Gary D. Rothove, indecent liberties with a minor. • McPherson — Bryan L. Harr, forgery; Kent V. Anderson, drug offenses. • Mitchell — Henry J. Junk, burglary. Osbome — Bennie J. Dillon, indecent liberties with a child and unlawful possession of firearms (in McPherson County). • Russell — David Allen Corn, rape and aggravated kidnapping. • Saline — Ernest James Haggard, two counts aggravated burglary, one count rape; Billy R. McPeek, theft, aggravated sodomy, aggravated battery, theft, aggravated escape from custody (some in Rawlins and Norton); Dujuan R. Simpkins, burglary and arson; Randy A. Harris, indecent liberties with a child; Robert W. Horesky, indecent liberties with a child; Steven Gordon Galarneau, aggravated sodomy, indecent liberties with a child and aggravated incest (in Leavenworth County); Darryl Gene Bowman, two counts of conspiracy to commit aggravated robbery; Eric Brandt Patterson, drug offense and trafficking contraband in a penal institution (in Saline and Leavenworth counties); Harvey Vogan, two counts of theft; Joseph Gradig, two counts of burglary; Jack Douglas Boster, theft and aggravated assault; James Givens Craig, robbery and criminal property damage (in Allen County); Kenneth W. Harrison, drug offense; Kevin N. Wolbach, burglary and child abuse; Joseph M. Deans, kidnapping. • Thomas — Terry Lynn Reeves, aggravated'incest. Investigation in tola The Associated Press lola Police Chief Rex Taylor (left) walks away from other officers at a house In Iota on Sunday night where a man identified as Charles Smith wounded Dawna Barnes and her boyfriend Wesley Combs after briefly holding them at knifepoint. Smith then shot and killed himself. Combs, Humboldt, underwent surgery at the Allen County Hospital and was reported to be In stable condition Monday. V VOTER REGISTRATION 'Motor voter' law might be enacted Hew Do You Nek Yoir Mutual Finds? With more than 5,000 mutual fuiids to choose from, creating a portfolio of well• chosen mutual funds is no easy ta$k. That is vyhy A.G. Edwards is presenting a free seminar where you will learn. \ • Classifications of mutual funds; » • Strategies for diversification, • The importance of asset allocation • Tips on how to choose a fund family • What to look for when analysing • performance Space is limited for this popular seminar. Call the number below today to ensure your reservation. i "How to Select a Mutual Fund" Wednesday, Jan. 24th 7pm-8pm Saturday, Jan. 27th 10am-11 am A.G. Edwards Conference Room AGEdwards */ INVESTMENTS SINCE 1887 Blalne Spurney, CPA Member SIPC 1995 A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc. INVESTMENTS SINCE 1887 119W. Iron, Suite 101 \ Salina, Ks '• 825-4636 1-800-477-4606 6378.02 MFS-139-1196 Kansas has little choice because high court rejected appeal By The Associated Press TOPEKA — The Legislature may have seen its last defense mechanism crumble in its opposition to adoption of a state "motor voter" law to comply with federal law. When the U.S. Supreme Court refused on Monday to hear a California case challenging the federal law, it probably left state lawmakers no choice but to comply, opponents conceded. "It probably leaves us with no alternative," said Sen. Janice Hardenburger, R-Haddam, one of the Legislature's most outspoken critics of the federal law. Under the National Voter Registration Act of 1993, states must register voters at governmental offices that have contact with the public, such as driver's license, motor ye- ; hide registration and public assistance offices — or by mail. U.S. District Judge Kathryn Vratil of Kansas City, Kan., ordered the state last year to comply with the act. Kansas was one of seven states that began litigation to fight compliance and now finds itself with a dual registration system and no hope the Supreme Court will lis- ten to its appeal. Vratil's order applies to federal elections — the president and Congress — but not to state elections. That means people who register at governmental offices and not at election offices are registered for federal elections but not for state elections. If perpetuated, the dual system would mean some voters could vote for president, U.S. Senate and U.S. House in November, but not for legislators. "The question is whether the governor and Legislature want to implement a dual system, and I don't see that as a workable solution," Hardenburger said. Hardenburger's major concern is the potential for duplicate registrations. A person could register at more than one government office and it might take election officials months or years to discover the duplication, she said. Tracking duplicate registrations is extremely costly, Harden- burgei 1 said. • Another opponent, Secretary of State Ron Thornburgh, said he was disappointed by the court ruling but urged the Legislature to take action to avoid the dual registration system. "I have grave concerns about the upcoming elections under the current scenario," he said. STUDENT ACHIEVERS Area students place at state debate Students from McPherson, Concordia and Salina were successful at the state debate tournament on Friday and Saturday. In a two-speaker tournament, McPherson debaters swept the top three places in the 5A division. First-place finishers were Scott Ferre and Josh Davis, second place were Joe Robin and Josh Kaufman and the third place team were Lisa Vanmeter and Brian Vancil. The Salina Central High School team of Wes Siebert and Monica Balser finished fourth behind the McPherson teams. In the traditiona four-speaker tournament, Concordia High School finished first in its division with a 14-0 win-loss record. Students on the undefeated team were Doug Miller, Aimee Sharp, Justin Hattan, Crystal Campbell and Tonya Merrill. A team from Salina South High School competing in the 5A division of the four-speaker tournament did not place. Central music students honored Eight Salina Central High School music students have been selected to perform for the Kansas Music Educators Association, an honor given outstanding high school musicians. The students are among 500 chosen from audition tapes to be a member of the all-festival band, orchestra, choir or jazz groups to participate in the association's annual workshop. The students will perform at 3 p.m. Feb. 24 at Century II in Wichita. The Central students are Emmylou Fast, 11 orchestra, violin; Kelly Fross, orchestra, violin; Hannah Applequist, orchestra, viola, first-alternate; Amy Collins, orchestra, cello; Matt Cahoon, jazz band, percussion; Josh Burger, band, tuba; Grant Matthews, band, percussion; and Mike Weber, band, percussion. WORLD WIDE WINDOWS, INC. Free Estimates Before you buy AW replacement window, cempare our quality, price & experience. 826-17O1 1-800-783-1711 736 N. 9th, Salina We can help reduce your postage cost. 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