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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1977)
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Newcomers Ixo Scherer end Joseph Hampton, along
with incumbent John Robir.son won ths three available
cUy council positlorj ia Tuesday! election. .
laoimbcnt Sue Eailsy, who finished first in the pri
mary election held last April, finished fourth End will not
Also delisted wis a' bond ibueto fund a civic center
for the performing arts. The bond issue failed, 52 per cent
to 43 per cent.
In the ace for the four school bond positions, Stanley
linnertz, IIaa Wall, Louis Roper sad icrl Golderjstsia
won. Linnertz will serve out the term of former school
board member Joanne Maxey who l;ft that position
several months tyz, .. , :
Iacumbents Fran Mlnaid and Frederick' Eiche were
reelected to the airport authority.
The race for the three city council positions was
close from start to finish, with Hampton taking the lead
only after two thirds of the vote had been counted.
Hampton finished with 13,023 votes. Second place
Scherer finished with 12,787, while Robinson received
12,603 votes. Bailey received 12,328 votes.
Running in fourth" place was Dorothy Walker with
13.8 per cent of the .vote, and finishing last was T.R.
Allan with 9.5 per cent of the vote.
In the race for the board of education, Steve Slaikeu
finished fourth with Lynn Mortenson fifth and Jerry
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Waechter last. Unnertz defeated Frannie Thomas in the
race for Maxey's vacated seat.
Losers in the race for the two airport authority posi
tions were Robert Wei-el and Robert Halvorsen.
More than 24.C00 votes were cast, which is eight
thousand more than were cast In the April primary dec-
t!inT?ton finished second in the primary, while Scherer
finished fourth Robinson finished second in the primsry.
The Lhccln Labor Co-op
needs volunteers this sum
mer to assist in household
repair work. Anyone inter
ested may contact the Com
munity Lwolvement Ser
vices office, Nebraska Union
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are asked to
give their opinion of beef
steak samples and they will
be given a free ice cream
cone from the UNL Dsiry
Store on East Campus, Per
sons interested should stop
at Food and Nutrition Eld.
115 at 2:45 pjn. Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
The Veterans Adminis
tration (VA) regional ofBce
representative will be in
Union 333 from 1 1 to noon
today to answer questions
about VA benefits.
The Nebraska Union Ad
visory Board will meet at 7
tonight in the Union. Room
number will be posted.
- The Nomads Youth Hos
tel Club will meet at 7:30
pjn. Thursday in the Union.
Room number will be post
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