George Wetzel of Lawrence Kansas

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George Wetzel of Lawrence Kansas - up to the people to Ilnd out whir tlwy thought...
up to the people to Ilnd out whir tlwy thought about It-1 The people nt the polls yesterday, by nn over whelming vote said "No" on ench one. Tho city clerk Raid tho cxac figures were sealed up with tho bal lota and cannot be opnned tint! Friday, but the voto was "thunibn down" on. each proposition by n two to one voto. There were n tow dances'this spring In Sterling. They rriil ho forbidden berpnflor. Tlicra are no pool balls here now, and none wll be allowed to open. Tha swlmmlrj; pool c»n run weak days, but nelthnr that nor the electric liaseball score board will be allowed on Sunday. The city commission agreed to enforce the wish of the people as Indicated at the irolla. A. I". Henry, a grocer, wae elected eft? commissioner to succeed D. J. (Mr. lumberman, whose term hart expired. He defeated R. A. New- m»n, banker, hy a rote of 318 to 2M. Tills wm th« only office to bo ffflML Other Elections Arkansas City—W. F. Walkor elected mayor over R. C. Howard, Incumbent, 2,304 to 2,305. J. W. Hrlckar defeated Charlen Darby for commissioner of finance. Olathe—J. F. Hartley re-elected mayor. The vote—Hartley 41!); W. O. Talntor 338: J. C. Keepers, 2SO; T. W. Duffy, 248. Lawrenca—George Wetzel elect- cd commission" of finance, de feiiMng John Robinson !);• UIJ7 votes About biilf »T those registered voted. Eureka -H. IS. Telclisc.iegor, Kr., elected mayor, dcfenllng throe Others. Wellington — Proposal for city manager r nnn of Rovoniniont lost by . r ill(l vnlcp. u. .1. llacliney uloct- Hl 'jnmmlsnlonpr. Fredonla—O. (!. Kennedy elected 'tnanco commissioner, dofcuting Dr. E. C. Duncan. Concordla—Light balloting, con- ests only two wards. Mayoralty ind council not Involved. Chanute—(Mayor B. F. Baughman was reelected by a majority of wo votes, defeating C. P. Swank, 'ormer probate judge. Total voto 2,144. Ottawa—«. W. Johnson reelected commissioner of utilities o^ -r Gardner P. Walker by majority ot 61. Total vote 2,601 of 4,134 regls- ered votes. Dodge City—C. K. Osborne donated Claude O. Scalps for finance iommlssloncr. ITorton—W. L. Simpson, druggist, vas elected mayor over a field ot Ive. candidates, Including E. II. 'eller. Incumbent, and a woman, Irs. C. B. Boughlon. Independence— f AP)—C. H. Kerr

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  1. The Hutchinson News,
  2. 04 Apr 1928, Wed,
  3. Page 9

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