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On the Record The Salina Journal Tuesday, December 31,1985 Page 9 Deaths & funerals Dorothy A. Hampton Dorothy A. Hampton, 74, formerly of 10 Crestview, died Monday, Dec. 30, at the Salina Presbyterian Manor. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Geisendorf Rush Smith Funeral Home. Ellen Cowell WICHITA — Ellen Cowell, 92, Wichita, died Sunday, Dec. 29, at the Homestead Health Center, Wichita. Mrs. Cowell was born Nov. 6,1893, in Hunter. She was a homemaker and had lived in Salina from 1944 to 1982. Survivors include two brothers, Robert Thompson of Pittsburg and George Thompson of Wichita; three sisters, Nettie Thompson, Nellie Thompson, and Fanny Thompson, all of Wichita; two grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. today at the Downing and Lahey Mortuary, Wichita,, the Rev. Garcel Brenn officiating. Burial will be in the White Chapel Memorial Gardens, Wichita. Memorials may be made to the Homestead Health Center. Livestock CHICAGO (AP) — Futuras trading Monday on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange: Open High low Settle Chg. CATTLE 40,000 lbt.;»nti per Ib. Feb Apr Jun Aug Oct Dec 61.95 62.10 62.12 60.80 59.10 60.90 61.95 62.10 62.12 60.80 59.25 61.00 60.95 61.05 61.15 60.00 58.55 60.50 FEEDER CATTLE 44,000 lbi.;centi per Ib. Jan 65.92 65.92 65.50 Mar 67.15 67.15 66.20 Apr 66.50 66.60 65.90 May 65.30 65.30 64.60 .Aug 66.30 66.30 65.80 HOGS 30,000 Ibt.; cents per Ib. 61.10 61.17 61.37 60.15 58.55 60.50 65.57 66.22 66.00 64.60 65.90 —.92 —1.03 —.80 —.65 —.55 —.50 —.48 —1.05 —.75 —.85 —.70 Feb Apr Jun Jul Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr 46.45 42.85 45.55 45.90 44.75 41.65 43.00 43.30 41.20 46.50 42.85 45.55 45.90 44.75 41.65 43.10 43.30 41.20 46.15 42.40 45.15 45.45 44.50 41.55 42.30 43.30 41.20 46.30 42.80 45.47 45.50 44.55 41.60 42.45 43.30 41.20 — , — , — , — . — .62 .32 .20 .40 .22 .05 .40 .07 .05 PORK BELLIES M.OOOIb. Feb Mar May Jul Aug .; cents per Ib. 64.30 64.45 66.60 65.60 63.35 64.50 64.50 65.65 65.60 63.35 63.00 63.40 64.35 64.40 62.05 63.52 63.55 64.50 64.65 62.05 i — 1 — 1 — 1 ^ .45 .47 .50 .47 .40 OMAHA, Neb. (AP)(USDA) — Omaha Livestock Market quotations Monday: Hogs: 4,700; Barrows and gilts 215-240 Ib opened steady to 50 lower; later trade all weights 50 to 1.50 lower. U.S. 1-3 215-240 Ib 48.00-48.50, later 47.50-48.00; uneven weights 47.00-47.50. Some uneven 200-210 Ib 46.0046.50, 240-250 Ib 47.50-48.00, later 46.50-47.00. U.S. 2-3 250-260 Ib 46.50-47.50, later 46.0046.75. U.S. 2-4 260-270 Ib 45.50-46.50; 270-285 Ib early 44.00-46.00, later 43.75-44.75; some 290-300 Ib 42.00-43.00; 300-310 Ib 40.00-42.00. U.S. 3-4 310-350 Ib 37.50-39.50; 350-380 Ib 36.00-37.50. Sows: Weights under 450 Ib steady to 50 lower, over 450 Ib steady to instances 1.00 higher. U.S. 1-2 350-450 Ib 35.75-36.00, some Including medium 35.50; 450-490 Ib 37.00-39.00. U.S. 1-3 500-650 Ib 42.50 to mostly 43.00, some over 550 Ib 43.25, 200-300 Ib 27.00-30.00. Cattle and Calves: 4,200; Trading on slaughter steers and heifers rather slow in getting underway, turning moderately active. Few opening sales fully steady, turning steady to 50 lower. Slaughter cows steady. Slaughter steers accounting for 43 percent of reclepts; heifers 50 percent, cows near 5 percent. Slaughter steers: Choice 2-4 1050-1350 Ib 62.50- 64.00.Mixed good and choice 2-3 1050-1250 Ib 61.00-62.50. Good 60.00-61.00. Slaughter heifers: Choice 2-4 950-1150 Ib 61.00-62.50, few packages totaling near a load 63.00. Mixed good and choice 2-3 950-1050 Ib 60.00-61.50, good 57.50-60.00. Slaughter cows: Few breaking utility 2-3 34.00-36.00. High cutter and boning utility 1-3 33.50-35.50. Low cutter, few canner 33.00-33.50. Sheep:50; wooled slaughter lambs steady to 50 higher, shorn lambs scarce. Few slaughter ewes steady. Wooled slaughter lambs: Choice, few prime 95-125 Ib 58.00-60.50. Slaughter ewes: Cull to good shorn no 1-2 pelts 16.0024.00. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Quotations for Monday: Cattle 100: Receipts consigned to auction later in the week. Hogs 1,400: Trading slow, barrows and gilts 1.00 lower; 1-3210-260 Ib 47.00-47.50. Saws no recent price comparison available; 1-2 300-500 Ib 36.00-36.50; 1 -3 over 500 Ib 42.50-43.00. Sheep 25: Few wooled slaughter lambs steady. Wooled slaughter lambs, choice and prime 100-110 Ib 55.00-56.00. DODGE CITY (AP) — Western Kansas feedlot sales: Trade moderate. Slaughter steers and heifers steady. Inquiry and demand fairly good. Sales confirmed on 2,500 slaughter steers and 2,600 slaughter heifers Friday. Total sales confirmed for the week 44,900 head. Slaughter steers: Choice 2-3, few 4 1100-1250 Ib 64.50-65.00; choice with end good 1100-1325 Ib 63.00-64.50. Slaughter heifers: Choice 2-3, few 4 990-1025 Ib 63.50-64.75; choice with end good 950-1025 Ib 63.00-63.25. Sales FOB feedlot net weights after 4 percent shrink. Grain KANSAS CITY (AP) — Wheat futures Monday on the Kansas City Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. WHEAT 5,000 bu minimum; dollar! per bushel Mar May Jul Sep Dec 3.39 3.39'/i 3.37 3.21 </4 3.21'/j 3.20 2.91 2.91 2.88 2.92 2.92 2.90 2.99V, 3.00 2.99 3.37V. —.02 3.20V. — .01 V. 2.89V. —.02V. 2.91 V, —.02 3.00 +.OOV, KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Wheat 59 cars: 2V. lower to 1 V. higher; No. 2 hard 3.43-4.16n; No. 3 3.32-4.15n; No. 2 red wheat 3.33-3.41 n; No. 3 3.22-3.40n. Corn 18 cars: Unch to V. lower: No. 2 while 2.40-2.60n; No. 3 2.15-2.S5n; No. 2 yellow 2.50V.-2.61n; No. 32.30V.-2.60n. No.2milo4.00-4.lln. No. 1 soybeansS.13'/,-5.21 V.n. Hoppers 8S.OO-93.00. Salina terminal, Monday Hard wheat—$3.22 down 3 cents Corn—$2.44 unchanged Mllo—$3.85 unchanged Soybeans—$5.01 up 1 cent Country elevator composite, Monday Hard wheat—$3.07 down 3 cents Corn—$2.39 unchanged Mllo—$3.75 unchanged Soybeans—$4.91 up 1 cent Metals NEW YORK (AP) — Handy & Harmon silver Monday $5.865, off 0.015; the bullion price for silver earlier in London was $5.867, up $0.090; Engelhard silver $5.860, off $0.020; fabricated $6.270, off $0.022; NY Comex silver spot month Friday at $5.865, up 0.093. Richard Leland Holmquist SMOLAN - Richard Leland Holmquist, 74, Smolan, died Monday, Dec. 30, at Asbury Hospital. Mr. Holmquist was born June 30, 1911, in Smolan. He was a farmer- stockman and a member of the Salemsborg Lutheran Church, rural Smolan. His wife, Alice V., died in 1969. Survivors include two brothers, A.J. of Salina and Barrel of Lindsborg; and two sisters, Evelyn L. Stanley of Gadsen, Ala., and Anne Carlson of Ellinwoods The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Salemsborg Lutheran Church, rural Smolan, the Revs. Ted Bjorkman and Constantine Xamis officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Memorials may be made to the church or the Smolan Volunteer Fire Dept. Visitation is until noon Thursday at the Bigge-Moos Chapel Funeral Home, Salina. Evelyn H.AIbrecht HERINGTON — Evelyn H. Albrecht, 69, Herington, died Sunday, Dec. 29, at Herington Municipal Hospital. Mrs. Albrecht was born May 24, 1916, in Wilmington, N.C. She was a homemaker and moved to Herington in 1976. She was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Shady Brook. Survivors include her husband, Werner "Whitie" of the home; a son, Robert of Ford; two sisters, Willie Mae Donkin of Denver and Hilda "Sue" Weaver of Los Angeles; and two grandchildren. The funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Shady Broo, the Rev. Eugene Hicks officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Hills Cemetery, Herington. Memorials may be made to the church. Visitation is from 2 to 8 p.m. today at the Donahue Funeral Home, Herington. Carl K. Fengel ABILENE — Carl K. Fengel, 83, Abilene died Monday, Dec. 30, at Asbury Hospital. Mr. Fengel was born March 4,1902, south of Abilene. He fanned in Abilene and Oak Hill. He owned and operated Fengel Apple Orchard in Oak Hill. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church. Survivors include his wife, Mary of the home; a son, Carl Jr. of Oak Hill; two daughters, Jean Trumble of Oak Hill and Mary Ann Myer of Glen Carbon, HI.; three sisters, Pauline Rogers of Apache Junction, Ariz., Ruth Palmer of Cody, Wyo., and Gladys Valentine of Burleson, Texas; 10 grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren. The funeral will be 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Banner Funeral Home, Abilene, the Rev. Peter Baleban officiating. Burial will be in Rose Meron Cemetery near Oak Hill. Memorials may be made to the church. Visitation is at the funeral home. Albert F. Weaver BELLEVILLE - Albert F. Weaver, 86, Belleville, died Sunday, Dec. 29, at the Republic County Hospital, Belleville. Mr. Weaver was born June 3,1899, on a farm north of Belleville. He was a former mail clerk for the Rock Island Railroad and the former owner and operator of Belleville Rendering Works. He was a former city council member and attended the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Belleville. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and the Royal Arch Masons, both of Belleville, the Hiram Council and Commandry of Concordia, and the Isis Shrine and Consistory, Salina. Survivors include his wife, Bessie of the home; a son, Raymond of Belleville; a daughter, Betty Krummel of Belleville; four grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. today at the United Methodist Church, Belleville, the Rev. James W. Graves officiating. Burial will be in the Belleville Cemetery, with masonic services. Memorials may be made to the Belleville Masonic Lodge Building Fund. Tibbetts-Fischer Funeral Home, Belleville, is in charge. Lottie B. Bronson KENSINGTON - Lottie B. Bronson, 86, Kensington, died Monday, Dec. 30, at the Prairie Haven Nursing Home, Kensington. Mrs. Bronson was born Aug. 1, 1899, in Kensington. She was a member of the United Church, the American Legion Auxiliary, the War Dads Auxiliary, and the Rebekah Lodge. Her husband, Lloyd, died in 1961. Survivors include three sons, Marvin of Kensington, Duane of Grand Island, Neb., and Kenneth of Topeka; a daughter, Verna Jean Lee of Guymon, Okla.; two sisters, Zelma Schooler of Salina and Lucille Hamilton of Lincoln; seven grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Simmons Chapel, Kensington, the Rev. Randy Ammondson officiating. Burial will be in the Olive Branch Cemetery, Kensington. Memorials may be made to the United Church of Kensington. Visitation is until service time at the funeral home. Charles Lee King SMITH CENTER - Charles Lee King, 63, formerly of Smith Center, died Sunday, Dec. 29, at the Tanner Care Home, Topeka. Mr. King was born March 9,1922, in Portis. He was a former employee of Studebaker Automobile Manufacturing and later worked as a custodian at the Topeka State Hospital. He also was a veteran of World Warll. Survivors include a sister, Maxine Manchester of Topeka. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at the Parker-Price Mortuary, Topeka, the Rev. Wendell R. Johnson officiating. A graveside service will be at 1 p.m. Thursday in the Fairview Cemetery, Smith Center, the Rev. Victor 0. Schwarz officiating. Esther H. Nelson LINCOLN - Esther H. Nelson, 75, rural Lincoln, died Sunday, Dec. 29, of cancer at the University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, Kan. Mrs. Nelson was born Dec. 1,1910, in Bethany. She was a member of the Denmark Lutheran Church. Her husband, Harry E., died in 1980. Survivors include a daughter, Cynthia Nelson of Flagstaff, Ariz.; a brother, Lou Felsburg of Lincoln; two sisters, Minnie Adamson of Orlando, Okla., and Leona Payne of Enid, Okla.; and a granddaughter. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Hall Mortuary, Lincoln, the Rev. Raymond Mai officiating. Burial will be in the Denmark Lutheran Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Denmark Lutheran Church. Visitation is from noon to 9 p.m. Wednesday and until service time Thursday at the mortuary. Delwln Mendenhall ZURICH — Delwin Medenhall, 61, Zurich, died Sunday, Dec. 29, at St. Anthony's Hospital, Hays. Mr. Mendenhall was born Jan. 27, 1924, in Rooks County. He was a former oil field worker. Survivors include his wife, Velma of the home; four sons, Randy of Fritch, Texas, Rocky and Rick, both of Plainville, and Reggie of WaKeeney; two daughters, Jeanie Withrow of Plainville and Sharon McLaughlin of Zurich; two stepsisters, Edith Smeed and Erma Thomas, both of Zurich; and 11 grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at the Plainville Lutheran Church, the Rev. Larry McDermott officiating. Burial will be in the Zurich Cemetery with military services. Mosher's Funeral Home, Plainville, is in charge. Trail (Continued from Page 1) wrong turn on the trail that contributed to the late arrival in camp. The young journalist had difficulty spelling the word ' 'wrong. ' ' "We'll have to get you out of the principal's office and into the classroom," Goldberg said. Goldberg launched the group discussion and set the course for the pow-wow by recalling a comment from one of the boys who compared the rigors of the eight-mile hike with the drudgery of school work. "The reason we picked this topic for sharing tonight is I want you to know that on this third trip we're really going to be trying to make connections between what you learn out here and how it can help you during the day when you get home," Goldberg said. One by one, the boys expressed how they felt about accomplishing the hike. "When I'm at school," one of the boys began, "I'll think, man, this is a drag. The teachers are griping at you, you're really down, you're about ready to give up and say, I don't care, ya know, and just quit. "I can say to myself, I went on that backpack and we went eight miles. I can say, man, (school) is really easy compared to this trip." Another contribution: "The way it's going to help me in school is that I'm going to work so hard it's going to kill me and then I don't have to go to school." The other boys erupted in laughter. "Be serious," said one of the chiefs. "You got to make yourself hike, even if you don't want to, you gotta make yourself. So when I go back to school, if I don't want to do the work I gotta make myself." Others said the hike would help them in social rather than educational experiences. "If someone is aggravating you, or if the backpack doesn't work out with you, you don't have to yell at it or anything or throw it on the ground and stomp on it. You put up with it and adjust." After all have had a chance to speak, the chiefs dismissed the boys, who retired to their tents. Before the boys crawled in, the chiefs moved from one tent to another, administering a dose of medication not found in any first aid kit. From each of the chiefs the youngsters all received good-night hugs. Next: While the boys are in the field and out of school, the parents are in the classroom. Colorado man pleads not guilty A 22-year-old Colorado man pleaded not guilty Monday in Saline County District Court to a charge of selling marijuana. Douglas J. Bahlman, Westminster, is accused of selling undercover Salina police officer Jeff Koch a quarter ounce of marijuana for $5. He was arrested in connection with a six-month Salina Police Department undercover drug operation. Bahlman is scheduled to appear for a hearing on pretrial motions Monday, at which time a date for a jury trial is to be set. Woman sentenced in drug case A 36-year-old Salina woman was sentenced Monday in Saline County District Court to two three-to-10 year sentences, to be served concurrently, on charges of selling marijuana to Salina Police Department undercover officer Jeff Koch. Janet L. Baker, Rt. 4, was convicted of selling a quarter-ounce of marijuana for $15 to Koch March 27 and 30 at the Smoky Hill River Pub, 140 S. Fifth, where she worked as an assistant manager. She was arrested in connection with a six-month undercover drug operation Defense Attorney Dan Boyer argued that Baker should be put on probation because her record showed that as a single parent, she was a good provider for her son; and, because she'd once had a nervous breakdown, she would not respond well to imprisonment. Boyer also cited her time as a foster parent as an example of good citizenship. Baker received her graduate equivalency diploma in December and has quit her job at the pub, Boyer said. Saline County Attorney Mickey Mosier said, however, that she should be imprisoned because at the pub she willingly violated the law by selling drugs to those who inquired about them. District Judge Daniel Hebert refused to grant Baker probation. "The selling of marijuana is a drug cancer on our society and not to condemn it in any way, shape or form would be sending an improper message to the community, "he said. Man pleads guilty to pot charge A 37-year-old Salina man pleaded guilty Monday in Saline County District Court to one count of sale of marijuana. Paul Edward Light, 329 Rahm, was charged in connection with a six- month Salina Police Department undercover drug operation. As a result of plea negotiations, Light pleaded guilty to one charge of sale of marijuana on May 20 to undercover police officer Jeff Koch. Another charge of sale of marijuana to Koch May 13 was dismissed. Light is to be sentenced Feb. 12. Man pleads not guilty in drug case A 29-year-old Salina man pleaded not guilty Monday in Saline County District Court to charges of selling marijuana and possession of marijuana. Daniel Miller, 681 Duvall, was charged in connection with a Nov. 14 transaction with Marion McNally, who testified she had bought drugs from Miller. McNally, whose address was not released, agreed to cooperate with police after she was taken into custody for driving under the influence and authorities found a small amount of marijuana in her purse. Miller was arrested in connection with a six-month Salina Police Department undercover drug investigation. He is accused of selling one-half ounce of marijuana for $30 to McNally while undercover police officer Jeff Koch stood nearby. Miller is scheduled to have a jury trial Feb. 4. Onekilled / three hurt in accident COLBY (AP)—A Jackson, Mo., teen-ager was killed and three other people were injured Monday in a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of U.S. 83 and 24, nine miles east of Colby in northwest Kansas. Anthony McGill, 16, was killed when a van driven by Kyle McDowell, 16, also of Jackson, Mo., collided with a car driven by Don Ostmeyer, 57, of Oakley, at a stop sign about 8:40 a.m., the Kansas Highway Patrol said. McDowell and another passenger in the van, Travis Sinn, 15, of Jackson, were taken to Citizens Medical Center, Colby, and later were flown to Denver Presbyterian Hospital. Both McDowell and Sinn were in the intensive care unit, a nursing supervisor said. McDowell was in critical condition and Sinn was in serious condition, the supervisor said. Ostmeyer was admitted to Citizens Medical Center. toTeforSp? For your information Wayne Brewer, 35, 244 N. Second, was sentenced Monday in Saline County District Court to 6% years to life in prison for raping a Salina woman. Brewer also was sentenced to three to 10 years for aggravated burglary for breaking into the woman's residence. Brewer was convicted of breaking into the residence July 21 and raping the woman, with whom he had a relationship. The woman testified in court that she screamed during the entire incident and tried to fight off her attacker. During sentencing, Public Defender George Robertson asked District Judge Daniel Hebert to grant Brewer probation because Brewer has been diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic and suffered from emotional problems. Also, Robertson told the judge Brewer had no previous record and had not used a weapon. Robertson also said that Brewer, who has been on medication for years for emotional problems, might not be monitored as closely in prison as he would u\other settings. Robertson asked Hebert to consider minimum sentences, if not probation. Hebert denied Robertson's request, saying that the woman, who also is taking medication for emotional problems, "was devastated by the act." Mac/s to sell stores KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — R.H. Macy & Co., the big New York-based retailer that moved its Midwest Division headquarters staff from Kansas City to Atlanta a year ago, announced Monday it plans to sell its 12 stores in Missouri and Kansas — 10 of them in the Kansas City area. Hospital admissions Asbury — Donald B. Boyd, 915 McAdams; Kayla J. Eilrich, 1705 Sycamore; Evangeline K. Knight, 1121 Talley Drive; Dean M. Pahls, 2140 Leland Way; Richard L. Popp, Kenwood View Nursing Home; April D. Martin, 1108 N. Eighth; Clyde N. Reed, 605 Johnstown; Jay H. Payne, 725 E. Republic; Thorn T. Pham, 1027 Scott; Maxine Putnam, 124 Baker; Nancy Kibble, 616 Leslie; Nora Thomas, 743 CHerokee; Harley H. Webb, 608 S. 12th; Edward P. Young, 820 E. Jewell; Blanche Claussen, Wilson; Deann Johnson, Ames; Oswald Johnson, Lindsborg; Carri R. Karraker, Abilene; Yvonne Kent, Beloit; Judy D. Long, Lindsborg; Leroy Mann, Solomon; Alice F. Mitchell, Little River; Mary K. Stanley, Minneapolis; Harold E. ReLUy, Wakefield; and William H. Yetter, Burr Oak. St. John's - Agnes Jilka, 224 E. Minneapolis; Saralyn M. Carlson, 127 S. Kansas; Carl N. Christenson, Tescott; Weather John D. Cook, Abilene; Deanna L. Stanley, Bennington; Stephen Ochs, Winona; Bruce E. Texley, Lindsborg; Clarence C. Vandergieseh, Downs; and Frances M. Mountz, McPherson. Hospital dismissals Asbury - Roland A. Bird, 2235 Wesley; Brodock baby girl, 1118 N. Seventh; Reta Cooley, 1417 S. llth; Kim M. Gottschalk, 818 Commanche; Lola M. Pratt, 122 W. Ellsworth; Vernon K. Rawlings, 2426 Rockhurst; Jonathon D. Schrag, 120 E. Wilson; Linda F. Carpenter, Junction City; Annette Gibson and baby girl, Abilene; andDebra A. Huff, McPherson. St. John's - Vera Arlene Hensley, 1016 Gypsum; Mark A. Zimmerman, 511 W. Crawford; Leone Campbell, Minneapolis. Births Boy: April Martin, 1108 N. Eighth, 7 Ibs. 12 ozs., born Dec. 30. Girls: Geneva A. Kaiser, 611 S. Second Apt. 1,7 Ibs. W ozs., born Dec. 30. Evangeline K. Knight, 320 S. Fifth, 6 Ibs. 11 ozs., born Dec. 30. Thorn T. and Cong Q. Pham, 1027 Scott, 6 Ibs. 3V4 ozs., born Dec. 30. Deann M. and Kenneth J. Johnson, Ames, 5 Ibs. 11% ozs., bom Dec. 30. Kimberly L. and Eldon Taylor, Solomon, Bibs. 11 ozs., born Dec. 30. District Court Marriage licenses — Craig A. Duhr, 19, and Leslie A. Clark, 18, both of Salina. Police blotter Theft — % mile west of Reese on State Street Road, antique car and truck, furniture and other items taken from homestead of Barton Newbar, Topeka, $4,000 loss. EXTENDED FORECAST Thursday through Saturday A chance of rain or snow Friday. Highs in the 40s. Lows in the teens north and mid-20s south. ZONE FORECASTS Zones 1,2,3 and 6—Mostly sunny today, highs about 40 and west winds 5 to 15 mph. Partly cloudy tonight and Wednesday. Lows tonight 20 to 25. Highs Wednesday 40 to 45. Zones 4, 5, 7 and 8 — Mostly sunny today, highs 40 to 45 and variable winds 5 to 15 mph. Partly cloudy tonight and Wednesday. Lows tonight 20 to 25. Highs Wednesday 40 to 45. Zones 9,10,11,12 and 17—Partly cloudy today, highs 35 to 45 and north winds 5 to 15 mph. Partly cloudy tonight and Wednesday. Lows tonight 20 to 25. Highs Wednesday 40 to 45. ELSEWHERE IN KANSAS Monday highs-lows to 6 p.m. Belleville 51-28, Beloit 52-26, Chanute 48-26, Coffeyville 49-28, Concordia 50-31, Dodge City 57-29, Emporia 48-27, Garden City 57-21, Goodland 46-31, Hill City 54-22, Hutchinson 52-28, Pittsburg 54-29, Russell 50-29, Topeka 49-28, Wichita 43-28. FRONTS: Warm Deducted •_ Stationary NMontf WMfter Service NOAA. U S Dec* of Commerce SALINA WEATHER At City Airport, 9 p.m. Monday: Temperature 34F; Barometer 29.96 in.; Wind NW10 mph; Relative Humidity 72%; 24-hour Precipitation to 7 p.m., none. Monday's High 50; Record is 68 in 1919. Monday's Low to 9 p.m. 31; Record is minus 7 in 1983. Today's Sunset 5:18; Tomorrow's Sunrise 7:49. Broadcasting of local, state and regional weather conditions continues 24 hours a day on NOAA Weather Radio WXK-92 on a frequency of 162.400 MHzFM.

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