On the Record Deaths & funerals The Salina Journal Thursday, January 23,1986 Page 9 Carrie Brown Carrie Brown, 86, Windsor Estates Nursing Home, died Wednesday, Jan. 22, at the nursing home. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Geisendorf Rush Smith Funeral Home. Eddy L. Savoy Eddy L. Savoy, 1515 N. Fifth, died Wednesday, Jan. 22, at Asbury Hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Ryan Mortuary. Una Morlan Woehr REPUBLIC — Una Morlan Woehr, 80, formerly of Repubic, died Monday, Jan. 20, at the Shawnee Mission Medical Center, Marion. Mrs. Woehr was born May 4,1905, in Republic County. She had lived in Woodland Hills, Calif., for many years, but recently moved back to Kansas to be with relatives. Survivors include a stepdaughter, Margaret Lindsey of Huntington Beach, Calif.; a brother, Dale Morlan of Overland Park; three sisters, Frances Folger of Denver, Ellen Warren of San Benito, Texas, and Ann Erickson of Overland Park; and seven stepgrandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the United Methodist Church, Republic, the Rev. Elton Hunter officiating. Burial will be in the White Rock Cemetery, southwest of Republic. Memorials may be made to the United Methodist Church. Visitation is this evening at the Bachelor-Faulkner-Dart Funeral Home, Belleville. Alfred H. Pftughoft GENESEO — Alfred H. Pflughoft, 75, Geneseo, died Wednesday, Jan. 22, at the Lyons District Hospital, Lyons. Mr. Pflughoft was born Nov. 13, 1910, in Ellsworth County. He was a • retired farmer-stockman and a member of the United Methodist Church of Geneseo and the Geneseo Booster Club. Survivors include his wife, Helen of the home; two daughters, Diane Metzler of Geneseo and Kathy Morris of Arkansas City; a sister, Edith Jordan of Little River; and five grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the United Methodist Church, Geneseo, the Rev. Kendal Utt officiating. Burial will be in the Ellsworth Memorial Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the church. Visitation is today at the Grubb- Parsons Funeral Home, Ellsworth. Grain Ruth H. Keller LINDSBORG - Ruth H. Keller, 77, Lindsborg, died Wednesday, Jan. 22, at Lindsborg Community Hospital. Mrs. Keller was born Jan. 20,1909, in Manistique, Mich. She was a retired registered nurse, and worked for many years at the Lindsborg Community Hospital. She was a member of the Bethany Lutheran Church and the LCW, both of Lindsborg, and had been a Lindsborg resident since 1959. Her husband, Frank D., died in 1958. Survivors include a son, Dale F. of Hutchinson; two daughters, Martha A. Ray of Springfield, Va., and Ruth E. Keller of Alexandria, Va.; a brother, Lambert Dahlsten of Lindsborg; and five grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Bethany Lutheran Church, Lindsborg, the Rev. Herbert N. Johnson Jr. officiating. There will be a 2:30 p.m. service at the Walsburg Church Cemetery, near Leonardville. Memorials may be made to the hospital. Visitation is from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Anderson Funeral Home, Lindsborg. James L. Berry SOLOMON — James L. Berry, 82, rural Solomon, died Wednesday, Jan. 22, at Abilene Memorial Hospital, Abilene. Mr. Berry was born Oct. 28,1903, at Solomon. He was a farmer-stockman and a lifetime area resident. He was a member of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Solomon. Survivors include a sister, Katherine Sullivan of Salina, and nieces and nephews. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Solomon, the Rev. Ralph Aschenbrenner officiating. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Abilene. There will be a family rosary at 7:30 p.m. today, and a public rosary at 7:30 p.m. Friday, at the Carlson FuneralHome, Solomon. The family suggests memorials to the American Lung Association. Arthur C. Olson LINCOLNVILLE — Arthur C. Olson, 91, died Tuesday, Jan. 21, at the Herington Hospital. Mr. Olson was born July 9,1894, at Lincolnville. He was a lifelong resident of the area. He was a retired farmer, a veteran of World War I, a member of the Hebron Lutheran Church of Burdick, and a member of Colberg-Smith American Legion Post No. 147 of Burdick. Livestock CHICAGO (AP) — Futures trading Wednesday on the Chicago Board of Trade: Open High low Last Chg. 5,000 bu minimum; dollars per buthel WHEAT Mar 3.l7'/i 3.22 3.15V. 3.21V. + .03V. May 2.86% 2.91 2.84V, 2.89 +.02% Jul 2.68 2.73V, 2.66V, 2.72 + .04V. Sep 2.70 2.74V. 2.68 2.73V. + .05 Dec 2.78V, 2.82 2.78 2.82V, + .03'/. Mar 2.86 2.86 2.83 2.84 +.00'/. CORN Mar 2.49V, 2.49V. 2.48 2.48V. +.OOV, May 2.52 2.52 2.50V. 2.50V, — .00V, Jul 2.50V. 2.51 2.4BV, 2.49V, — .00V. Sep 2.27V, 2.28V. 2.26V, 2.28 +.OOV. Dec 2.20V, 2.21 2.19 2.21 Mar 2.29V. 2.30V. 2.28V, 2.30V. +.OOV. May 2.32V, 2.34 2.32V, 2.34 — .00V, OATS Mar 1.30V, 1.31V, 1.29V, 1.30V, +.OOV, May 1.30V, 1.32 1.30V. 1.31V. + .00V. Jul 1.27V. 1.27V. 1.27V. 1.28 +.OOV. Sep 1.24 1.24V, 1.23V. 1.24V, +.01 1 /. Dec 1.28 1.28 1.28 1.28 SOYBEANS Jan 5.32 5.37 5.29V, 5.32V, +.02 Mar 5.38 5.42V. 5.35 5.39V, +.03V, May 5.48 5.52V, 5.45V, 5.50 +.03V. Jul 5.57 5.61V, 5.54V, 5.59 +.03V. Aug 5.54 5.57V, 5.53 5.55 +.02 Sep 5.32V, 5.37V, 5.32V, 5.37V, +.04 Nov 5.30 5.31V, 5.26 5.30 +.02V, Jan 5.36 5.41 5.36 5.41 +.02V. Mar 5.47 5.51 5.47 5.51 +.03 KANSAS CITY (AP) — Wheat futures Wednesday on the Kansas City Board of Trade: Open High Law Settle Chg. WHEAT 5 000 bu minimum; dollars per bushel Mar 3.14V. 3.16V, 3.12V. 3.16V. +.03 May 2.85V, 2.90 2.85 2.88V, +.04 ' Jul 2.68V, 2.70 2.67V. 2.69V. +.01V. Sep 2.70 2.71V. 2.68V. 2.70V, +.01 V. Dec 2.79 2.79 2.79 2.79 +.OOV, KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Wheat 16 cars: 2 lower to 2V. higher; No. 2 hard 3.2BV,-3.35V, ; No. 3 3.10V. -3.91 Vin; No. 2 red wheat 3.16V.- 3.25V,n; No. 33.05V.-3.24 V,n. Corn 52 cars: Unch to V. lower; No. 2 white 2.40-2. 60n; No. 3 2.15-2.55n; No. 2 yellow 2.46- 2.57V.n; No. 3 2.26-2.56V.n. No.2mllo3.89-4.01n. No. \ soybeans 3.54-3.92n Hoppers 56.00-57.00. Sollna terminal, Wednesday Hard wheat — $3.02 up 3 cents Corn $2.43 unch Milo— $3. 72 unch Soybeans— $4 .98 up 2 cents CHICAGO (AP) — Futures trading Wednesday on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange: Open High Low Settle Chg. CATTLE 40,000 lbi.;centi per Ib. Feb 58.50 58.87 58.35 58.75 +.25 Apr 61.10 61.47 60.90 61.40 +.35 Jun 60.20 60.77 60.20 60.67 +.50 Aug 58.85 59.20 58.75 59.00 +.35 Oct 57.90 58.05 57.70 57.82 +.40 Dec 59.25 59.25 59.15 59.20 +.20 Feb 59.70 59.70 59.50 59.50 —.30 FEEDER CATTLE 44,000 Ibs.; centt per Ib. Mar 65.90 66.27 65.75 66.12 +.07 Apr 65.60 65.90 65.45 65.87 +.17 May 64.25 64.50 64.25 64.47 +.22 Aug 65.55 65.70 65.40 65.70 +.10 Sep 63.00 63.00 62.80 62.85 —.10 Oct 62.50 62.52 62.40 62.50 —.02 Nov 63.00 HOGS 30,000 Ibt.; cents per Ib. Feb 44.70 44.85 44.20 44.72 Apr 41.80 41.85 41.35 41.67 Jun 45.45 45.50 45.02 45.35 —.07 Jul 46.30 46.50 46.10 46.40 +.10 Aug 44.75 45.20 44.55 45.20 +.45 Oct 41.40 41.50 40.90 41.45 +.18 Dec 42.22 42.22 42.22 42.35 —.10 Feb 42.75 42.75 42.75 42.75 —.05 Apr 40.45 40.47 40.45 40.47 —.13 PORK BELLIES 38,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. Feb 62.70 63.35 62.60 63.10 +.38 Mar 63.27 63.90 63.25 63.37 +.22 May 64.40 64.82 64.20 64.60 +.20 Jul 64.35 64.60 64.10 64.67 +.22 Aug 62.17 62.55 62.00 62.27 +.37 OMAHA, Neb. (AP)(USDA) — Omaha Livestock Market quotations Wednesday: Hogs: 1,800: barrows and gilts 50-1.00 higher; trading fairly active after slow opening. U.S. 1 -3s 21 5-250 Ib. 45.50-46.00; U.S. 2-4s 250270 Ib. 45.00-45.50; 270-285 Ib. 44.00-45.00; few 285-295 Ib. 42.50-44.00; U.S. 3-4s 315-350 Ib. 37.50-39.50; 350-380 Ib. 36.50-37.50. Sows under 450 Ib. steady to 50 higher; over 450 Ib. 502.00 higher. Sows from 350-600 Ib. 36.00-40.50. Cattle and Calves: 600; a year ago 1,254; steers and heifers weak in cautious and deliberate trade; cows fully steady; steer top 59.50; heifer top 58.50. Slaughter steers choice 1,075-1,300 Ib. 58.50-59.50; load carrying considerable mud 58.00; mixed good and choice 1,050-1,200 Ib. 57.00-58.50: few good 55.0057.00; slaughter heifers chioce 975-1 ,100 57.5058.50; package 58.75; mixed good and choice 925-1,025 Ib. 55.50-57.50; good 54.00-55.50. High cutter and boning utility slaughter 33.0035.50; high dressing 36.00; canners and low cutters 30.00-33.00. He is survived by many nieces and nephews, including Keith Olson of Salina. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Hebron Lutheran Church, Burdick, the Rev. Bill Hall officiating. Burial will be in Hebron Lutheran Cemetery, with a military service performed by the Colberg- Smith American Legion Post. Memorials may be made to church. Visitation is from 2 to 9 p.m. today at the Puryear-Brockmeier Funeral Home,Herington. Sophie Marie Lampe FILER, Idaho — Sophie Marie Lampe, 82, rural Filer, Idaho, died Monday, Jan. 20, at 503 Marvin, Salina. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Bigge-Moos Chapel Funeral Home. i/ Abortion (Continued from Page 1) can Life League, and Joseph Scheidler, a leader of Pro-Life Action, said they had asked Reagan to consider pardoning abortion clinic bombers who had harmed no people but only buildings. "Mr. Reagan stated that he may eventually consider it on a case-by- case basis," Brown said. Scheidler gave a similar account. White House spokesman Albert Brashear, who said he was at the meeting, said later the president had merely said he "may get a review" on one of the cases. • Kay James of the National Right to Life Committee said Reagan "encouraged us within the pro-life movement to discourage that kind of violence because, as he says, it gains us no friends or support." Several other participants in the meeting said they did not think the president intended to condone the violence with his remarks, or that they did not interpret his remarks in the same way Brown and Scheidler had done. The National Abortion Rights Action League sent a telegram to Reagan on Tuesday asking him to use his "personal credibility" with anti-abortion groups to end attacks on abortion centers and family planning clinics. Presidential spokesman Larry Speakes said Wednesday that he did not know about the telegram and did not think it had been called to Reagan's attention. In his remarks to the rally, Reagan praised the marchers and condemned abortion during a five- minute speech interrupted frequently by applause and shouts of approval. Reagan, who opposes abortion except to save a mother's life, also voiced his support for a constitutional amendment outlawing abortion and said, "Each child who escapes the tragedy of abortion is an immeasurable victory." At least 28 die Briefly in hotel fire NEW DELHI, India (AP) - At least 28 people were killed Thursday in a major fire that broke out in the banquet hall of a luxury hotel in a southern district of the capital, the United News of India reported. More than 60 fire engines with 350 firemen battled the fire, which broke out at 2 a.m., the news agency reported. The fire at the Sidharth Intercontinental Hotel spread to the third and fourth floors, from where five people jumped to their deaths to escape the flames. At least one .death was caused by serious burn injuries, doctors at the Safdarjang Hospital said. The cause of most of the deaths was not stated, but was assumed to be smoke inhalation. The cause of the fire was undetermined. Salinan arrested on drug charges A 19-year-old Salina man was in Saline County Jail Wednesday after he was arrested Tuesday night for reportedly selling marijuana in a local bar, according to the Salina Police Department. Paul L. Lewis, 621 S. 12th, was arrested for the possession and sale of marijuana about 11 p.m. Tuesday at C.C. Lounge, 723 Bishop, police records show. A tipster called police and said that .someone was selling marijuana .to people in the lounge, said Assistant Police Chief Glen Kochanowski. Cloud County gets new conservationist CONCORDIA — Apolonio "Apol" Miranda has been named district conservationist for the Soil Conservation Service in Cloud County. He is to begin his duties Feb. 3. Miranda, a native of Hondo, Texas, has spent the past two years as district conservationist for Geary County. For your information Montana man charged in stabbing ABILENE — A Helena, Mont., man was charged Wednesday with attempted first-degree murder, aggravated battery and aggravated robbery in connection with a Sunday evening stabbing incident on 1-70. Mark A. Wood, 20, appeared in Dickinson County District Court to hear the charges filed against him. He is accused of stabbing Charles Brough, Hyattsville, Md., four . times in the chest. Brough was listed in satisfactory condition Wednesday at Asbury Hospital, and had been removed from the hospital's intensive care unit, a supervising nurse said. Dickinson County Undersheriff Jim Coddington said Brough was ' stabbed about 8 p.m. Sunday. Brough had picked up a hitchhiker near Denver, Coddington said, and when they neared Salina, Brough wanting to sleep, allowed the hitchhiker to drive. Brough told authorities he awakened when the hitchhiker stopped the car near the Chapman exit and began to stab him, Coddington said. Officials arrested Wood at a Chapman convenience store, Coddington said. Brough's billfold, which had contained about $60, and the knife used in the stabbing have not been found, he said. The preliminary hearing for Wood, who is being held on $200,000 bond in the Dickinson County, is Feb. 3. Woman attacked while jogging A 20-year-old Salina woman was punched in the nose during a scuffle with an unknown assailant Tuesday night, according to the Salina Police Department. Deborah Korte was treated at a Salina hospital for a broken nose after a man attacked her while she was jogging in the 2000 block of East Iron about 10 p.m. Tuesday, said Assistant Police Chief Glen Kochanowski. The man, whom police still are looking for, came from behind and tried to pull her into some bushes, Kochanowski said. Korte scratched, hit the man and screamed, and the man punched her before he fled, Kochanowski said. Company, bank sued over peonies A Salina corporation is suing another Salina company and local bank on an accusation that 40 hills of peonies belonging to the company were destroyed. Fairfax Enterprises Inc. has filed a suit in Saline County District Court for damages in excess of $10,000 against Ferco Rental Inc. and the First National Bank and Trust. «*. The suit, filed by Salina attorney Robert Marietta, charges that Ferco Inc. was removing dirt from property owned by Fairfax when the peonies were damaged. The suit says that Ferco was hired to do work for the bank. In turn, the bank gave Ferco 960 cubic yards of dirt on the property near Food Four Less and K mart, in the 500 block of South Broadway. Country elevator composite, Wedneiday Hard wheat—$2.88 up 3 cents Corn—$2.38 unch Milo—$3.62 unch Soybeans—$4.88 up 2 cents Metals NEW YORK (AP) — elected world gold prices Wednesday. Foreign — London morning fixing $352.75, off $3.75: London afternoon fixing $353.00, off $350; Paris afternoon $352.92, V" M- 51 : Frankfurt fixing $352.93, off $4.05; Zurich late afternoon bid $353.00, off $3.50$353.75 asked. Domestic — Handy 8 Harmon $353.25, off $3.50; Engelhard $353.40, off $3.50; Engelhard fabricated $371.07, off $3.68; NY Comex gold spot month Wednesday $350.80, off $1.30; Republic National Bank $350.50. off $0.25. NEW YORK (AP) — Handy & Harmon silver Wednesday $6.150, up 0.030; the bullion price for silver earlier in London was $6.142, off $0.052; Engelhard silver $6.150, off $0.020; fabricated $6.581, off $0.021; NY Comex silver spot month Tuesday at $6.183, up 0.013. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Quotations for Wednesday: Cattle 800: Trading moderately active. Slaughter cows steady. Not enough of any other class to fully establish market. Slaughter cows, cutter and utility 33.00-38.00; high dressing 38.00-39.00. Hogs 700: Trading active. Barrows and gilts 75 higher: 1-3 210-260 Ib 45.50-46.00. Sows 1.00 higher; 1-2 300-500 Ib 36.50-37.00; 1-3 over 500 Ib 39.00. DODGE CITY (AP) — Western Kansas feedlot sales: Trade fairly active. Slaughter steers and heifers steady to 50 higher, inquiry and demand good. Sales confirmed on 8,800 slaughter steers and 8,900 slaughter heifers Tuesday. For the week to date 31,100 head confirmed. Slaughter steers: Choice 2-3, few 4 1050-1250 Ib 59.50-60.00, about 1000 head at 60.00; choice with end good 1050-1275 Ib 58.50-59.50; few mixed good and choice 1350 Ib 57.00. Slaughter heifers: Choice 2-3, few 4 950-1075 Ib 58.50-59.00, mostly 58.50-58.75; few northern area 58.00; choice with end good 58.0058.50; choice with end commercial and good 1075-1150 Ib heifers and heiferettes 58.0058.50. Sales FOB feedlot net weights after 4 percent shrink. Town (Continued from Page 1) his own cumbersome weight. "I'm going to lose 20 pounds. Well, I'm going to try to lose 20 pounds," he said. "I'm six-foot-four and I weigh 238 — that's 20 pounds more than when I was younger. And I'd like to be able to see my belt buckle again.'' His 10-year-old son was likely the youngest Mullinville inhabitant to weigh in, Hayse said. "And there were plenty of older people, too," he said. "We picked up some of the older women who couldn't come down by themselves." After the official business was taken care of Wednesday, Hayse said, a town volleyball match was scheduled. The townspeople will play volleyball together several times during their diet stint, as well as basketball, and two exercise groups will meet three times a week. "That's all supposed to get our minds off of food," he said. "And it's also good, clean fun for everyone." The incentive for the man, woman and couple who can lose the most weight is a $50 savings bond. Times have been tough for fanning towns like Mullinville, Hayse said. He hopes the "Mullinville Ton-Off" will boost spirits along with physical fitness. "You know what the farm economy is," he said. "You know what the cattle prices are. If we can prevent one heart attack from happening in this community it will be worth all the effort." Harris News Service contributed to this report. Hospital admissions Asbury — Irene J. Bowell, 121 S. Wisconsin; Cassandra L. Bowles, 120 W. Stimmel Road; Valdaree 0. Calvin, 2136 Meadowlark Lane; Barbara Eisenhardt, 1213 Park; Alison M.Hansen, 2105 Tulane; Justin R. Hansen, 2105 Tulane; Tho Thi Hoang-Vu, 1323 Pawnee; Deborah McNabb, 324 Maple; Clara Weir, 342 Cedar; Kimberiy A. Angst, Abilene; Larry J. Coffey, Junction City; Theora G. Doll, Lincoln; Reed E.Garrett, Woodbine; John M. Gawith, Delphos; Ray L. German, Agenda; Eva Jean Hamilton, Delphos; and Julius A. Nelson, Solomon. St. John's — Jack L. Britegam, 612 S. 12th; Trisha L. Burroughs, 813 Mound- view; Cecelia E. Geissert, 807 Choctaw; Eve M. McDaniel, 1919 Haskett; E.J. Outland, 201 W. Grand; Everett Stevenson, 485 Upper Mill Heights; Harvey Jones, Concordia; and Wendy K. Bessel, Assaria. Hospital dismissals Asbury — Phyllis J. Beisel, 2145 Kensington; Emma M. Crook, 1328 N. Fifth; Annette J. Hackerott and baby boy, 708Ms S. Santa Pe; Alison M. Hansen, 2105 Tulane; Justin R. Hansen, 2105 Tulane; Melanie R. Harris, 2268 Roach; Harold I. Henry, 908 E. Beloit; Tamara Whelpey Jones and baby girl, 2109 Wesley; Eldon C. Reed, 2150 Nottingham Drive; Alvin 0. Borell, Wilson; Ray L. German, Agenda; Kimberiy A. Graham and baby boy, Ellsworth; Sharon M. May, Tipton; Pat Melander, Assaria; Karen M. Morris, Kanopolis; and Mildred Stoneback, Wakefield. St. John's — Barbara Eisenhardt, 1213 Park; Daniel J. Elwick, 233 Meadowlark; Eldene Timmons, 1007 Johnstown; Bethena A. Young, Rt. 3; Myron C. Creep, Longford; Belva E. Morgan, Concordia; Opal Stewart, Hunter; Helen Eis, Abilene; and Jeanette A. Suelter, Lincoln. Births Boys: Cassandra L. Bowles, 120 W. Stimmel Road, 6 Ibs. 1 ozs., born Jan. 21. Hoang and Tho Thi Hoang-Vu, 1323 Pawnee, 81bs., born Jan. 21. District Court Sentenced — David A. Sund, 19, 904 Osage, Dec. 21 battery involving a fight with Anthony E. Weigel, possession of marijuana and obstructing the legal process, six months in jail for battery and one year in jail on the other two charges, sentences to run simultaneously, probation denied; dismissed were charges of battery against a law enforcement officer and driving under the influence. Found guilty - Willie Bates, 32,154 N. Eighth, by a jury of three counts of sale of marijuana for selling a quarter-ounce of marijuana on two occasions on Aug. 6 and another quarter-ounce of marijuana on Aug. 8, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia on Sept. 12. Divorces Filed — Kathy M. Eck vs. Eldon Joe Eck; Mary Kathryn Rairden vs. Kevin Lee Rairden; Debra Louise Endsley vs. Michael Eugene Endsley. Granted — Chart J. Reinbold Jr. and Alana J. Reinbold. Marriage licenses Bradley Jay Carlson, 21, and Lisa Ann James, 20, both of Salina. Municipal Court Criminal — Jeffery S. Gunnelson, 22,505 W. Cloud, and Michael J. Eberwein, 22,758 Seneca, both charged with the theft of $148 worth-of electrical equipment and other supplies from Tony's Pizza Service, 3019 Scanlan, on Jan. 4; $100 fine each. James R. Cains, 20,1709 Beach, a charge of disorderly conduct for a disturbance on Jan. 10 in the 300 block of South Santa Fe; $50 fine. Police blotter Theft — 816 State, black male cocker spaniel belonging to Randy E. Mclntosh; $185 loss. Property damage — 2006 S. Ohio, window broken at Webb Retail Liquor; $230 loss. Burglary — 131 S. Columbia, color television belonging to Virginia R. St. Clair; $450 loss. Animal shelter These animals were picked up Jan. 22 at the locations listed and taken to the Saline County Animal Shelter on West State Street Road. Dogs: Red male redbone coonhound, 700 block Sheridan; white male spitz, 500 block South 10th; red male husky with brown collar, 2000 block Norton; tan and black female German shepherd, 300 block North llth; chocolate female poodle, Simpson and McReynolds Roads; tan, brown and white male shepherd and husky mix, Woodward Road north of K-4; white and orange female Brittany, Marymount Road south of Crawford. Cats: White, orange and black female shorthair, 500 block East North; grey and white female shorthair kitten, 100 block North Phillips; tortoise and white female shorthair kitten, 600 block South llth. Weather Correction Zeta Omicron chapter of Phi Beta Psi sorority will meet at 7:30 tonight at the home of Carolyn Boyce, Rt. 5. The chapter was incorrectly listed as Beta Sigma Psi sorority in Wednesday's clubs. EXTENDED OUTLOOK Saturday through Monday Little or no precipitation expected, with highs in the mid-to upper 30s by Saturday. Wanning to the low to mid- 40s by Monday, with lows in the teens to lower 20s. ZONE FORECASTS Zones 1 and 2—Increasing cloudiness today, with highs 48 to 53, and southerly winds 15 to 25 mph. Cloudy tonight with lows in the mid-20s. Friday, mostly cloudy with highs in the mid-40s. Zones 3 and 6 — Increasing cloudiness today with highs around 50. Winds from the south at 15 to 25 mph. Tonight, cloudy with lows 25 to 30. Partly cloudy Friday with highs in the mid-40s. Zones 4, 5, 7, 8, 10 and 11 — Becoming partly cloudy today with highs 45 to 50. Southerly winds at 15 to 25 mph. Tonight will be cloudy with lows in the upper 20s. Friday, mostly cloudy with highs in the mid-40s. Zones 9 and 12 — Mostly sunny today with highs 47 to 52 and southerly winds 15 to 25 mph. Tonight, increasing cloudiness with Ipws around 30. Partly cloudy Friday with highs in the upper 40s. Zone 17 — Today, mostly sunny with highs around 50. South winds 15 to 25 mph. Increasing cloudiness tonight with lows in the mid-30s. Cloudy Friday, with a 20 percent chance of rain. Highs around 50. Zones 13,14,15, and 16 — Partly cloudy today with a high in the mid to upper 40s. Southerly winds 10 to 20 mph. Mostly cloudy tonight with lows around 30. Friday, cloudy with a 30 percent chance of rain. Highs in the mid- 40s. The Forecast/for 7 p.m. EST, Triu., Jan. 23 National woattw Service NOAA u S Deot ol Commerce ELSEWHERE IN KANSAS Wednesday highs-lows and precipitation to 6 p.m. Belleville 45-12, Beloit 46-12, Chanute 46-25, Coffeyville 48-23, Concordia 44-13, Dodge City 47-16, Emporia 44-19, Garden City 49-11, Goodland 47-17, Hill City 51-12, Hutchinson 50-19, Pittsburg 46-26, Russell 47-14, Topeka 42-20, Wichita 47-24. SAUNA WEATHER At City Airport, 9 p.m. Wednesday: Temperature 29F; Barometer 30.37 in. ; Wind S-SW 9 mph; Relative Humidity 66% ; 24-hour Precipitation to 7 p.m. none. Wednesday's High 45; Record is 67 in 1938. Wednesday's Low to 9 p.m. 17 ; Record is -9 in 1929. Today's Sunset 5 : 41 ; Tomorrow's Sunrise 7 : 43. 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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