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local/Kansas 2 The Salina Journal Wednesday, April 3,1985 Page 11 Briefly Rezoning request wins approval A request to rezone five acres near the South Industrial Area from agriculture to business-commercial was approved Tuesday by the the Saline County Commission. The change will allow construction of 40 small, self-storage warehouses planned on a parcel of land near the southwest corner of .Ninth Street and Schilling Road. The county Planning and Zoning Commission recommended the zoning change Monday evening. A planning commission permit outlining conditions upon which the land can be used still is needed by Wallace Storey, who represents the developers of the warehouses. The planning commission is expected to take that up in May. Community garden opening set The Salina community garden is scheduled to open Thursday noon. "We're ready to go," said Leon Lippert, master gardener. The 71-plot garden is sponsored by the Saline County Extension Service's master gardener program and the Community Services Department. The garden was expanded this year from 32 to 71 plots because of the interest in the 20- by 30-foot plots. New water lines were installed and the fence around the new area is expected to be in place by Thursday. Leisure Living Show nets $17,400 The 20th annual AMBUC Leisure Living and Sport Show netted about $17,400, more than $2,000 above last year's figures. The show was March 15-17 at the Bicentennial Center. Proceeds are used to help local handicapped children and to fund a national scholarship program for those planning to make a career of working with handicapped children, said Wade Culwell, president of the Salina AMBUC Breakfast Club that sponsors the show. Trial ordered in rape, burglary Albert Plunkett, accused of rape and aggravated burglary in the March 3 rape of a north Salina woman, 27, was ordered Tuesday to stand trial in Saline County District Court. Associate Judge Gene Penland ordered Plunkett bound over after he waived his right to a preliminary hearing. Plunkett will appear Monday before District Judge David Knudson to enter a plea. He is accused of entering the woman's home between 5 and 5:30 a.m. March 3 and raping her. He was arrested after a composite sketch drawn from the description by the victim was circulated in her neighborhood. SHHS teams win Quiz Bowl titles Teams No, 1 and 2 from Sacred Heart High School placed first and second Tuesday morning during the Salina Catholic Diocesan Quiz Bowl at Marymount College. Those teams and others from St. John's High School at Beloit, Tipton High School, Thomas More Prep-Marian High School at Hays and Luckey High School at Manhattan fielded questions on language • arts, social studies, science, math, fine arts, foreign language, current events and religion. Members of the winning team were Eileen Brouddus, Jon Hermes, Mark Luetters, Pat Prendergast and Theresa Vance. Members of the runnerup team were Brian Hermes, Carrie Luetters, Bob Martin, Brad Martin and Rick Schumacher. Each team received a trophy. The event was sponsored by the Marymount Alpha Chi honor society and Sacred Heart High School. Salina man granted diversion A Salina man charged with taking indecent liberties with his 9- year-old niece on several occasions during the past three years has been granted a three-year diversion. The charge will remain pending but the man, 34, will not be prosecuted if he follows conditions of the diversion agreement. One condition is that he must seek counseling from the Central Kansas Foundation for Alcohol and Chemical Dependency. The charge was filed in January after the girl told her school counselor about the alleged incidents. Indecent liberties charge filed ' A Salina man was charged Tuesday with taking indecent liberties with a child for allegedly engaging in sexual activity with a 15-year- old girl. Athen D. Phifer, 28, 604 N. Seventh, is scheduled for a preliminary hearing April 15. Phifer, described as a friend of the family, is accused of forcing himself on the girl at her home the evening of Feb. 23. Phifer remains in Saline County Jail in lieu of $5,000 bond. Fox Run development approved The Salina Planning Commission approved Tuesday the final planned development district for a four-acre parcel in the Fox Run Addition in south Salina. The land owner, A&K Railroad Materials Inc., plans to construct three apartment buildings with a total of 48 units in the 3200 block of Fpxboro Drive. The commission postponed action on a rezoning request for eight vacant Jots on Oxford Drive. The applicant, Harry Steele, said he will submit the proposal in the form of a planned development district. Steele wants to change the zoning from single-family residential to multiple-family residential. The rezoning would allow Steele to build up to 26 multiple-family units. Police search for poster posters Salina police are looking for four men who plastered anti-Catholic posters at various locations Tuesday afternoon. The posters accused the Catholic Church of taking control of the news media, public school system and federal and state government. At least one poster, bearing a swastika, also linked the church with Posters were found on buildings at the Sears Center, 510 S. Santa Fe, and on vacant buildings on South Broadway and Santa Fe. Police officials said they are seeking four white males about 20 years of age. They could be charged with vandalism and with violating a city ordinance that prohibits people from posting bills without the city's permission, Sgt. Thomas Highsmitn said. Ellis County resident dies in crash HAYS - A prominent Ellis County rancher and former Hays banker was killed Tuesday afternoon when his car struck a bridge Guy Bemis, 59, was killed three miles east of Hays on Old U.S. 40 when the car he was driving went off the no ^. si ^ nf .^r;. d .S struck a concrete bridge abutment, said an Elus County Sheriff Department deputy. The accident happened about 1 p.m. Carlin signs multibank bill into law TOPEKA (AP) - Gov. John Carlin signed into law Tuesday the bill legalizing multibank holding companies in Kansas, effective July 1. Banking officials, lobbyists and 11 legislators looked on as Carlin signed the measure, which in three months will end the state's century- old unit banking system. It will allow Kansas corporations to own any number of Kansas banks as long as they do not accumulate more than 9 percent of the total assets of all banks and savings institutions. Out-of-state companies still will be prohibited from owning Kansas banks. Until now, a company could own just one bank outright and no more than 25 percent of any other banks. Banking families could own any number of banks. The controversial legislation, staunchly opposed by the Kansas Independent Bankers Association and farm organizations, passed the Senate, 27-12, on Feb. 27 and the House, 63-59, Wednesday. Supporters said it was needed for Kansas banks to be able to accumulate more capital to meet the coming threat of interstate banking. Opponents argued it would siphon capital out of small communities and take it to the big banks in Wichita, Topeka and Kansas City, making it harder for farmers to obtain loans. Carlin signed the bill using two pens. He gave one to Patrick Hurley, his former secretary of administration who headed the lobbying effort for two years to get the multi- bank bill passed. The other will be mailed to Don Steffes of McPherson, president of the Kansas Bankers Association. Steffes was among those instrumental in getting the KBA to abandon its former position of neutrality on the issue and endorse multi- banking. The KBA governing council endorsed it in November. That decision was ratified by the full membership at a special KBA convention March 2 in Topeka. Carlin also signed the notification to the House and Senate that he had signed the bill and gave that pen to Rep. Michael Peterson, D-Kansas City. It was Peterson who cast the 63rd vote to give the multibanking bill the bare majority of the 125-member House it needed to send it to Carlin. Peterson was in Kansas City, Kan., on business the morning the House voted on the multibank bill. The House waited 90 minutes for him to drive back so he could vote and put the measure over the top. "I'm pleased to sign this legislation," Carlin said. "I want to give special thanks to the legislators who are here, and especially the 63 in the House who saw fit to go along with it." Besides Peterson, House members attending the signing ceremony in Carlin's office included Speaker Pro Tern David Heinemann, R- Garden City; Harold Dyck, R-Hesston, chairman of the House Commercial and Financial Institutions Committee; House Minority Leader Marvin Barkis, D-Louisburg, and Reps. Mary Jane Johnson, D-Kansas City, and Herman Dillon, D- Kansas City. Speaker Mike Hayden, who opposed the legislation, did not attend. Senators attending included President Robert V. Talkington, R-Iola; Minority Leader Michael Johnston, D-Parsons, and Sens. Richard Gannon, D-Goodland; Bill Mulich, D- Kansas City, and John Strick Jr., D- Kansas City. Area city elections day County CLAY CENTER — (Ward 2) Dana Bergsten, 143; Richard Miller. 206; (Ward 3) Earl Bergen, 61; Lawrence Cameron, 129; (Ward 4) Modelyn Brooms, 116; Ron Hill, 103. MORGANVILLE — (Mayor) Bill Manges, 47; Ron Thomas, 57. , (Council, top 5 win seats) Wayne Avery Sr., 91; Edward Gunther, 32; Arnie Knoettgen, 87; Marc Lovendhal, 91; Terry Mayhew, 43; Marvin Miller Jr., 80; Leland McNeil, 87. WAKERELD — (Ward 3) George Lambert, 51; Kenneth Thurlow, 121; (Ward 4) Clifford Inman, 90; Melvln Jones, 78; (Ward 5) Albert Elser, 95; Kenneth Willis, 79. HOPE — (Top 5 win seats) J.F. Altman, 88; Ivan Clevenger, 86; C.J. Cross, 101; Ira Haas, 89; Hilton Helbach, 73; Wallace Walker, 75. SOLOMON — (Top 3 win seats) L.H. Boyer, 146; Sharon Bush, 120; Charley Enrlght, 117; Tom Harmon, 123; Debra Myers, 77; Hal Stephens, 159. Ellsworth County Cloud County ELLSWORTH — (Top 5 win seats) Dane E. Brltton, 493; Michael E. Slechta, 629; Delmar Kohls, 739; Jerry Huff, 636; Mildred Ptacek, 770; Maria Smith, 475; Orlan K. Boyd, 696. KANOPOLIS — (Top 2 win seats) Marc Slroede, 68; Jimmie Rojas, 190; Homer Yeary, 106; Tiodore Diaz, 109. Douglas Evans, 58; Vaughn Holton, 119; Dennis Hett, 138. LINDSBORG — (Mayor) Lester Frlck, 139; Leland Olson, 930; (Ward 2) Judith Rae Murphy, 237; James E. Poews, 78; (Ward 3) Terry Rupert, 63; Christian Swenson, 176. MARQUETTE — (Top 5 win seats) Darryl Talbott, 296; Max Buffington, 258; Stanley Engdahl, 268; James Teeter, 240; Dan Morel, 259; Ina May Rush, 160. WINDOM — (Top 3 win seats) Janis Bernd, 37; Dean Arnold, 23; Edward Sovde, 32; Clarence Roynon, 26; Vernon O'Neill, 21. Osborne County AURORA — (Top 5 win seats) Carl Almon, 26; Ray Charbonneau, 30; Clo Ann Collette, 20; Mark Collette, 24; Eugene Kindel, 25; Richard Mills, 12; Dale Pearce, 14. CONCORDIA — Ernest Girard, 464; D.L. Layton, 1421; (Unexpired term) Karen Dunlap, 266; Greg Hattan, 758; William Partridge 227; Armand Racette 430. GLASCO — (Top 3 win seats) Carl Adklns, 132; Orwan Mann, 107; Dennis Martin, 104; Paul Nelson, 87. JAMESTOWN — (Mayor) BUI Hughes Jr., 57; Gary Parson, 51. (City council, top 5 win seats) — Rodger Barrett, 91; James Elsenman, 29; Mary Gilmore, 95; John Kearn, 90; Billy Michel, 90; Thomas Roche, 67. MILTONVALE — (Mayor) Ronnie Marguard, 23; Barry Rlckard, 23; Carl Lister, 185. (City Council, top 2 win seats) Stephen Klassen, 41; Ted Lyne, 49; Wayne Turner, 177; Paul Welsh, 188. Dickinson County ABILENE — (Top 3 win seats) Betty Brown 623: Connie Cooper, 867; Earl Mills, 1,047; William Peterson, 981; Rick Williamson, 732; Lavern Belzer, 148. CHAPMAN — (Top 3 win seats) Ernest McCormlck, 165; Harold McLaughlln, 176; Glen Renz, 171; Dennis Will, 180. ENTERPRISE — (Top 2 win seats) BUI Cash, 67; Gary Fiedler, 120; Herbert Powell, 141; Marlin Zook, 75, HERINGTON — LeRoy Lapham, 353; David Ollenberger, 430. Lincoln County LINCOLN — (City Council, Ward 2, Position 2) Lambert Donley, 127; Melvln Obermueller, 81. Marion County GOESSEL — (Top 5 win seats) Leona Brandt, 83; Calvin Dirksen, 64; Larry Jay, 77; John Ratzlaff, 113; LeRoy Ratzlaff, 96; Wilbert Schmidt, 113; Wendel Voth, 117; Alvln Voth, 78. HILLSBORO — (Mayor) Harold J. Wiebe, 746; John Johnson, 121. (Council, Ward 1) James Peters, 211; W. Kirby Rector, 207. PEABODY — (Mayor) Jay Cook, 212; Andy Shank, 84. (Council, top 2 win seats) Randall Bemiss, 136; Michael Reynolds, 78; Jess Stucky, 233; Elmer Uphoff, 128. RAMONA — (Mayor) Boyde Coffey, 25; Vernon Delnes, 28. (Council, top 5 win seats) Collln Bailey, 24; Donald Bird, 44: Harry Cheever, 44; John Lore!, 34; Greg Stenzel, 49; Frank Stika, 52. TAMPA — (Top 5 win seats) Paul Backhus, 35; Theo Bernhardt, 33; Wllllas Herbel, 35; Reuben Kerbs, 36; K.K. Klein, 33; Edwin Sklenar, 35. McPherson County CANTON — (Mayor) Van C. Bacon, 100; LeRoy Lafferty, 124; (Top 3 win seats) John Anderson, 178; Jeffery McMannis, 132; DOWNS — (Mayor) Maurice Paynter, 167; George Fletcher, 329. OSBORNE — (Mayor) Bryan Byrd, 333; David Haskins, 222. (Council, Ward 1) — Raymond Petry, 119; Robert Sloan. 91; (Council, Ward 2) — Rexford Hyde, 89; Edward Raab, 134. Jim Lawson, 34; Clarence Havel, 32; Dale Kopsa, 26. BELLEVILLE — (Word 2) Carol Williams. 86: Iral Stutzman, 240, CUBA — (Top 5 win seats) LaVern Kopsa, 9B: Donna Skocny, 37; Leon Junek, 79; Gary Junek, 96: Gary Swartz, 73: Marvin Brungardt, 91; Alma Skocny, 27. MUNDEN — (Top 5 win seats) Mikel Hadachek, 64; Tina Chermak. 41; John Hudson, 25; Gene Hlatt, 57; Max Hudson. 30: Merlyn Hudson, 53: Rudy Rundus, 64. NARKA (Top 5 win seats) Lonnie Simmons. 38; Melvin Edwards, 39; Mike Hardenburger. 44; Doyle Kvasnicka, 27: Robert Lahodny, 30: Marion Svoboda, 42. REPUBLIC — (Mayor) Lester Anderson, 38: Leila Gunn, 40, Smith County Ottawa County BENNINGTON — (Top 2 win seats) Ronda Howard, 62; Stephen Aksamit, 55; Max Boss, 58. DELPHOS — (Top 2 win seats) Jeanette Frakes, 52; Beverly Nelson, 59; Carroll Somers, 69. MINNEAPOLIS — (Mayor) Tamra Jenlk, 165; Ronald Davis, 40; Carol Coatney, 341. (Treasurer) Patricia Weber, 367: Marie McDuffee, 170. (City council, Word 1, top I wins seat) Jerl VanMeter Kriegh, 111: Richard Ragnoni, 9: Robert Behrendt, 112; (City council. Ward 2) Anita Frabrizius, 60; Stephen Rupert, 89. Russell County DORRANCE — (Mayor) Kay S. Brown, 23 (write In); (Top 5 win seats) Anita Bossier, 62; Larry Betts, 67; Katherine Brown, 66; Milton Glnter, 81; Terry Prester, 62; Thomas Soukup, 73. RUSSELL — (Mayor) Loren Dlnkel, 969; Sterling Smith, 534. Republic County AGENDA — (Top 5 win soots) Virgil Norlund, 23; Ray German, 24; Robert Bullard, 32; ATHOL — (Top 5 win seats) Jerry Hudson, 21; Allen Haun. 19; David Feldmann. 17; Emergy Gibson, 11: Jeneldo Lyon, 12; Arven Lyon, 18; Arthur Smith, 15. GAYLORD — (Top 5 win seats) Melvin Bechtold, 69; Merle Spooner. 66: Keith Gillis, 46; Gerald Caspars, 62; Kenny Nichols, 56: Doryl Lehmonn, 59. KENSINGTON — (Top 5 win seats) Waverly Scott, 26: Franklin Pentecost, 58; Leland Rah- jes, 103; Wayne Beckmon, 103: Tommy Rice, 86; Paul Conaway, 43. LEBANON — (Top 5 win seats) Colin Hartsock, 125; Robert Bietz, 147; Janet Arnett, 142; Garth Jennings, 147; Binlta Buettgen- bach, 150: Guy Wion, 54: Viola Wion, 13. Washington County BARNES — (Top 5 win seats) Jim Anderson, 48; Janet Overbeck. 24; David Savage, 51: Mike Van Kirk, 48; Albert Wiechman, 51; Joe Short, 60, (write in); Neil Gnagy. 54, (write in); Forrest Scott, 55, (write in); Jay Savage, 34, (write In). LINN — (Top 2 win seats) Edwin Beikmann, 73; Dennis Bokelman, 53: Raymond Rahe. 59. PALMER — (Top 5 win seats) John Ludvicek, 22: Loren Mueller, 33: Kenneth Olson, 30: Henry Rogge, 28; Ronald Tiemeyer. 32: Greg Winter. 24. WASHINGTON — (Top 3 win seats) H.' Steve Barnes, 209: Melvin Brungardt, 260; Marvin Morehead, 142: James Swart, 387; Floyd Sorrick, 294: Paul Wilkinson. 413. Area school board elections Abilene 435 (Position 5) Mark Sheern, 957, Paul Hettenbach, 713; (Position 6) Glen Shank, 1,019; Bill Follz, 575. Belleville 427 (Position 4) Randall Evert, 741; Dorrell Hanson, 283. Beloit 273 (Position 4) Rodney Wilson, 626; Kathy Kanzem, 507; (Position 5) Barbara Cox, 663; Terry Collins, 447; (Position 6) William Foreman, 701; Jim Lange, 344. Canton-Galva 419 (Position 4) Jean Anderson, 324; Dale Koh- Iman, 72; (Position 6) Donald Leffler, 194; Janice Smith, 196. Concordia 333 (Position 3) Kenneth Goff, 846: Lynnette Sounders, 1406; (Position 5) Hanno Newman, 1195; Robert Ruzlcka, 1034. GoesseUll (Position 5) Schmidt, 124. Pat Schmidt, 86: Norman Chapman 473 (Position 5) Gory Kolllng, 537; Janice Scales, 96; (Position 6) Arthur Kldwell, 210; Doug Llndahl, 461. Clay Center 379 (Position 4) Louis Gennett, 802; Kenneth Anderson, 645; (Position 5) Jock Winston, 869; Don Baker, 492. Clifton-Clyde 224 (Position 4) Norman Francis, 30; Arthur Hockman, 61. Cloud Co. CC Trustee (Top 3 win seats) Robert Boardman, 1011; Frank Brunnell, 1347: Keith Christensen, 1846; Lloyd Erlckson,' 1353: Donald Lewis, 1154; Duane McHenry, 1053. Herington 487 (Member at large, top 3 win seats) Gary Floyd, 658; Rich Howe, 127; Barbara Kickhoefer, 553; Frank Meyer, 607; Richard Mosler, 273; Rick Pariseau. 208. Hillsboro 410 (Position 6) Marilyn Johnson, 86: Teddy Russell. 142, Hope 481 (Position 5) Nora Shippy, 311; Glen Rledy, 314; (Position 6) Thomas Ohn, 383: Jerry Brill, 348; (Position 3) Gary Catlin, 327; Keith Kahnl, 397. JeweU-Randall 279 (Position 5) Donald Blgham, 32xx; Annette Burks, 35xx; (Position 6) Harold Topllfs, 7: Rodney Rose, 25. Lincoln 298 (Position 4) Gary Hartzell, 74: Debra Meier, 91: (Position 6) Michael Schulz, 25; John Eckhart, 96. Linn 223 (Position 1) Dallas Beikmann, 70; Joanne Ouellette, 41. Lost Springs 397 (Position 1) Stan Uttlng, 31; Tlmotho Verity, 30. Marion 408 (Position 4) Roger Hannoford III, 227: Gene Kramer, 298; (Position 6) Michael Jantz, 237; Roger Williams, 311. McPherson 418 (Unexpired term) Carlton Spencer, 1450; Dorothy Sitts, 952. Minneapolis 239 (Position 4) Steve Baccus, 507: Loren Fisher. 212; (Position 5) Elizabeth Small, 165; Kermit Wedel, 557; (Position 6) John Twaddell, 369; Shirley Shipley, 340. Natoma 399 (Position 6) John Finkenbinder, 154: Doryl McNeal, 32. North Central 221 (Position 6) Larry Hauschel, 191: Lawrence Zach, 67. Peabody 398 (Position 5) John Balthrop, 141; Herbert Galnes, 71. Pike Valley 426 (Position 4) Roy Newman. 26: Maudle Sothers. 49. Russell 407 (Position 2) Alan Clum, 1,003; Peter Williams. 1,260; (Position 4) Gary Kllian, 1,413; Russell Wasinger, 869; (Position 6) Craig Langdon, 1,149; Ronald Ptacek, 1,208. Smith Center 237 (Position 4) Steve Overmiller, 434; Bernard Jackson, 228; (Position 5) Mike Hess, 314; Dean Harnesnape, 370: (Position 6) Dale Franklin, 446: Ray Orr, 226. Smoky Valley 400 (Position 5) Marilyn Petty, 926; Bertil Main. 1,301: (Position 6) Henry Hays, 1,095; Charles Englund, 1,065. Solomon 393 (Position 4) Terresa Kohman, 125; Merlin Moorman, 198. Southern Cloud 334 (Position 4) John Gisselbeck. 203: Roy Hallauer. 223. Twin Valley 240 (Position 5) Vilo Walston. 176: Donald Koster, 113. Waconda East 272 (Position 4) Cecelia Reinert. 577; Bill Berkley, 372: (Position 5) Leona Flavin, 686; Lyman Thomas, 257. Washington-Greenleaf 222 (Position 5) Lee Pifer, 56; Leo Schwartz, 59; (Position 6) Judith Funke, 50: LaVern Stigge, 95. White Rock 104 (Position 2) Kenneth Voboril. 42; Delilah Pate, 90; (At-large) Gary Gorman, 249: Ronald Whelchel. 176. election results by precinct Pen. Bonillo Abst. 49 1. 39 2. 25 3. 70 4. 70 5. 28 6. 30 7. 58 8. 44 9. 21 10. 32 11. 56 12. 48 13. 34 14. 27 15. 65 16. 52 17. 61 18. 35 19. 61 20. 50 21. 49 22. 39 23. 46 24. 50 25. 41 26. 50 27. 42 28. 49 29. 25 30. 37 31. 53 32. 39 33. 29 34. 40 Totals 1544 City Commission Burgess Ray 74 45 29 83 78 56 50 90 87 111 95 103 105 336 192 107 105 140 91 111 167 103 118 59 154 75 89 96 129 127 136 154 125 34 211 3865 41 29 22 57 46 50 44 65 62 41 56 58 73 115 64 85 57 91 66 79 93 87 71 31 111 62 57 43 68 79 62 73 96 33 87 2254 Candidates Ryan Scriven 105 52 80 61 42 35 144 90 107 56 86 66 86 63 130 77 134 80 173 60 130 74 157 80 174 74 422 70 271 63 185 111 154 92 236 132 149 68 186 98 271 110 185 142 179 86 112 60 258 140 150 91 142 129 157 77 205 123 174 102 206 113 249 137 240 148 74 60 295 86 6048 3106 Soderberg 113 64 34 123 81 101 83 117 111 160 145 129 140 347 232 172 131 207 145 166 242 170 156 109 250 128 146 134 174 164 189 244 215 69 284 5475 Ascher Hardy 106 48 77 33 29 8 112 22 72 22 85 29 62 28 100 35 99 46 115 47 113 30 126 49 125 57 307 196 187 137 126 55 108 47 177 95 111 46 135 100 195 82 131 59 173 59 84 26 188 102 111 29 128 42 121 39 154 48 118 56 139 52 173 94 178 71 52 21 227 128 4544 2038 USD 305 School Candidates Jacobs Koop Lundgrin 54 35 31 62 61 39 42 65 71 45 39 72 69 123 54 83 63 80 74 72 89 82 51 52 90 56 62 47 62 63 57 73 76 23 107 2224 40 46 24 80 51 55 49 65 48 50 54 79 60 81 54 125 78 90 72 79 92 115 65 45 92 62 93 50 99 75 93 101 87 53 92 2493 88 73 43 122 90 92 80 122 120 152 135 109 142 320 •200 170 136 200 137 163 242 164 152 97 245 134 143 127 189 172 197 220 213 79 239 5307 Mathews 65 62 40 108 71 63 60 99 85 93 69 92 94 170 97 104 86 111 73 95 145 108 95 70 133 91 91 112 119 103 118 105 99 44 103 3273 D'Alblni 13 27 4 35 13 17 19 21 26 52 52 27 43 165 93 34 34 54 38 31 70 47 123 0 83 53 45 48 51 80 88 142 25 18 77 1758 Voting precincts Abs. — Absentee votes 1 — Hawthorne School, norlh entrance 2 — Hawthorne School, south entrance 3 — Memorial Hall 4 — Carver Center 5 — Ookdale School 6 — Whinier School 7 — Notional Guard Armory 8 — North Junior High 9 Salina Bible Church 10 — Grace Stewart Church 11 — Kenwood Hall 12 — Glennifer Hill School 13 — Meadowlark Ridge School 14 — Rollings Hills Cong. Church 15 — Friendship Center 16 — SV Gcneaological Library 18 — Trinity Hall 19 — Lowell School 20 — Central High School 21 — Sunset School 22 — Storage building 23 — Kansas Wesleyan Student Center 24 — Heusner School 25 — Hogeman School 26 — Kennedy School 27 — South Junior High 28 - St. Mary's School 29 - Labor Temple 30 — Redeemer Lutheran Church 31 — Coronodo School 32 — Christ the King Lutheran Church 33 — Sunflower Co-op 34 — Presbyterian Manor

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