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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 18, 1969, Hutchinson, Kansas 1 i li Dodge Takes The Job Seriously By EVELYN DODGE CITY I've said before lhat I have adopted but a but here I Pauline 54, adjusted the baby porker in her doll so that she could finish off the last few drops of milk from the baby Looking on with perhaps remembering when they were so were arid all a part of tlie Marked Arnold bears a marked resemblance to her TV is the latest addition to the family that consists of Mr. and Mrs. Elias Mrs. Mrs. and several canines of assorted pedigree and Each pup has a distinct personality as well as and was brought into tlie home as a waif some tender loving care such as Arnold the is receiving under her demand feeding As volunteer animal curator and dogcatcher for the city and the Mrs. often finds herself serving as foster mother for some creature has had extra tough luck in t h e for was one of a large litter places at tlic dinner table were Mama Sow finished off several of lier offspring to get the family down to and Arnold escaped witli bruised Since this would impede her progress at the fewling lier owner decided to call on Mrs. She is no ordinary foster As president of the Welfare she has taken active charge of the city and with a full time Steve she provides care for 125 to 185 animals a Any animal in the or that has run into difficulties with the the the world on or as the result of unplanned may end up as resident of the city Mrs. Unruh usually picks the animal just plain often with the help of the city police or a member of the I know everyone considers the dogcatcher about tlie lowest human being there she I can't think of it that I'd rather be known as - the welfare We never let an animal They kept clean and provided with food and If they are hurt or have no hope for they are put to sleep in t h e most humane The shelter was built several ago on city south of Though the surroundings not the buildings are kept fresh and with neat pens and well - kept Elias a concrete finisher for Broce put up the concrete the and planted trees around He also does maintenance work all as a City Allowance The city provides an with some assistance from the for dogfood and and a salary for the Members of the AWA provide words of and an occasional donation to help a taxed E. A. who is a fan of Mrs. is also generous with his time and services for shelter such as Fairmont and Jones Packing Company donate much of the Commercial dogfood is purchased from the Dodge City which finn Mrs. Unruh commended for its patience in accepting the fact that some months the board is than always come out all right in the she Unlike some animal Pauline seems to be a people lover She Is understanding of people who object to having their flowers uprooted by a large dog looking for a cool napping Slie is equally intolerant of dogs who bite or young people who their pets and parents who excuse it. she is optimistic about assuming they mean well but are ignorant of facts when pets are left or allowed to roam at never refuse a day or if a dog or cat has been struck by a or a neighbor has However the police are kind and try not to call me too often at praise By Police Members of that department are generous with their praise of her work and respect her ability to handle almost any As one officer anyone can pick up a Pauline Unruh Dr. Liebl said it was a lucky thing for the community to have a He on the many hours she devotes to checking school answering and caring for the community's animal Unlike many people w h o profess a love for animals in words he she takes positive action to see that no animal suffers - and on her own The shelter has housed a talking and every variety of dog and Last week three baby pets of members of the were residents of the pound while the boys made a field trip to The five dollar fee charged for unlicensed pets or for one that is adopted goes into general funds for animal Mrs. cannot quite believe that she is the welfare For years she as a Stanley I dressed ail up and went out to meet the now look at Slic could still pass for the Stanley lady who has earned a three - diamond pin f o r twenty - one years service W the company that distributes household products home And her home could pass the It is and very feminine in with doilies on every Household are and including Arnold whose face Is washed after every meal by her doggie big Each pet has his own special bed in a nook or corner of the big roomy two - always loved and growing up as an only they were my I find this as a labor of said Mrs. Then she asked to be for Arnold was squealing that it was lunchtime The Hutchinson News 97th Year 42 Pages Wednesday June 18,1969, Kansas 67501 MO 2-3311 Price 10c WASHINGTON - Extension of the income tax surcharge and the rest of President Nixon's fiscal practically was approved Tuesday by the House Ways and Means It was a solid for the administration over liberal MR. AlSD MRS. DIXON survey damaged transport Jetliner Hijacked MIAMI - A IVans World Airlines jetliner 80 passengers was hijacked to Cuba Tuesday and Havana took into custody a tall Negro wearing a dark suit and a dark felt officials Radio Havana said tlie Boeing 707 was pirated by a lone gunman with a but tiie official voice of Cuban Premier Fidel Castro's regime did not identify him J. M. Frazier of the Federal Aviation Administration said the TWA's fUght 154, departed at 12:10 p.m. EDT en route nonstop to Kennedy Airport in New and was diverted an hour later while over Wilson Nev. It landed at 6:29 p.m. on an heavily puddled by according to Fire Damage Burdett Station Owner May Stay in Business Weath er KANSAS Cloudy lo partly cloudy Wednesday and Chance of showers east Wednesday developing over the state Wednesday night and continuing east Warmer Highs in 70s north and around 80 Warmer Hutchinson Weather Tuesday's 74, at 3 60, at 4 a.m. and 6 at 10 66. Record 103 in 1946; record 49 in 1945. 10 30.05, Sunset 8:57 p.m. Sunrise 6:09 a.m. inches at By RICH LOVETT BURDETT - Although not as serious as first reports the fire and explosions which erupted here late at Ed Dixon's Sinclair Service station may have caused damage approaching the Had it not been for firemen and various Burdett Dixon the damage could have been far got in and I tell they went to he wasn't any time at all until the fire wagons got added his The havoc began about 11:20 p.m. Monday as a 6,400-gallon storage tank at the rear of the station was being filled with gasoline from a large transport Dixon theorized that the air intake of the truck's diesel engine sucked in gasoline causing the engine to rev up beyond its endurance point and The engine was run ning a pump at the Eight Miles Away The station owner said there were at least six Probably the loudest when the seams of storage tank A friend of Vern told him he heard the noise at his farm eight miles northwest of Bur Among items damaged in the ensuing holocaust were the transport valued at about the storage two small farm tractors parked about 25 feet north of the storage the roof and rear concrete wall of the a storage shed west of the and a brand-new do-it-yourself car wash setup still in its crate inside the The car wash apparatus was to have been installed Tuesday between the shed and the Dixon valued it at about Dixon also owned one of the The other was owned by Harold Also receiving significant damage to its windows and Ask Time On Ambulance Solution RUSSELL - The Russell County Commission sent a letter to the county's two funeral homes Tuesday asking them to continue ambulance service for 60 The commission wants additional time to find a solution to the ambulance The funeral home who have provided the would like to cease It. County Commissioner Floyd Truan said the commission had a number of solutions it was but that the commission needed more time to investigate First Round On Surtax Goes To Nixon's Corner Democrats who wanted to limit the surtax extension to a few months to keep up pressure for early tax acting Hale who favored the longer told newsmen he expects a tough fight in the House when the measure is voted on next There is Lindsay Sags At the Polls paint was an International Scout car parked in the It belongs to the Corps man Larry 29, who is in the Marine Air Wing of the Navy in South Heat from the fire was so intense that part of the transport engine and leaves on a of trees about 150 yards east of the gasoline storage tank wilted and turned Burdett received 2.30 inches of rain early Tuesday morning - most of it after the fire was under Dixon New York Times NEW YORK - Stale Sen. John J. and city controller Mario A. Procaccino - the two mayoral candidates identified as conservatives - were the early leaders late Tuesday night in the city's Republican and Democratic primary who already has the conservative party nomination for held a strong lead over Mayor John V. Lindsay in four of the city's five whose four Democratic opponents attacked Mm regularly as a and was running ahead of former mayor Robert F. If the early voting pattern held - and campaign managers for tlie leading candidates predicted it would - the November general election for mayor would put who has the liberal party in a three - way contest against two more conservative There was jubilation in the headquarters of - who began this campaign four months ago as a relatively un known legislator from Staten Island - as early returns showed Lindsay ahead only in is now ready to take on any Democratic said Kieran vice chairman of the conservative and one of the principal strategists in the legislator's Lindsay's cam Richard R. told his may be a long evening but remain vote totals showed Lindsay ahead in the hours after the poUs closed at 9 analysts in both Republican camps recognized that Marchi was actually ahead because of his strong in boroughs outside Manhattan which reported Units of the Larned Fire Department assisted the Burdett Volunteer Fire Department in fighting the which was brought under control about 2 a.m. Dixon was in the station when the transport truck He was talking to the truck a Wichita Neither man was One of the items closest to the fire in the transport and tank was a second 750-gallon tank containing cleaning It was about 10 feet The solvent tank received only minor damage and may help Dixon stay in business while repairs are The large storage tank contained most of Dixon's supply of With the tank out of t h e smaller one may be drained of solvent and filled with regular gasoline for the time the station owner Holed Up At Home substantial opposition also the The package approved by the committee of the surtax at the 10 per cent rate through Dec. 31 and at 5 per cent June 30, 1970. Nixon proposal for a special low income allowance to give relief to some 13 million individuals and families at the lower end of the taking about 2 million families living in poverty entirely off the lax This would take effect next Jan. 1. of tiie investment credit by which businesses recoup up to 7 per cent of their outlays for for a year of scheduled reductions in excise taxes on automobiles and telephone The key vote on a proposal to extend the surtax only through Oct. 31 was reported unofficially to be 15 to 10, with five Democrats joining all 10 Republican members of the committee in carrying the longer This meant that only of the Democratic members favored the longer circumstance opponents will use as Rep. Charles A. one of the committee members in said he will try to have the Rules Committee bring up the under procedures allowing a House vote for a shorter If this he he an nis associates may try to the House to overrule the MRS. feeding Review Germ Warfare WASHINGTON - President has ordered a sweeping review of the nation's chemical and biological warfare the White House Press secretary Ronald L. Ziegler indicated one question would be whether the development and testing of weapons in the chemical and biological fields are necessary and As a part of the the will take a new look at the official position re garding the 1925 Geneva protocol aimed at curbing military efforts in this The United States never has signed the today Women's Evolution Teaching Is Out Newton Baptis Private Starts DENVER - FBI agents have arrested a man who ap didn't leave his house for two years and hid in a basement cubbyhole whenever anyone came to the Scott J. of the Denver FBI reported the arrest The man is identified as John Richard 45. He was arrested on a warrant charging interstate flight to avoid prosecution in New Werner said agents found Kendrick Monday afternoon in the which is 14 inches several feet deep and concealed by a false Werner said neighbors had never seen Kendrick and didn't know he lived in the By SALLY ENFIELD NEWTON - The trend among educators in the public schools to deny the biblical approach in classroom teaching has led to the formation of a private school viewpoint strictly a biblical approach to the philosophy of said Boyd pastor at Bible Baptist Church and founder of the Meeting in the the elementary will begin next fall with grades kindergarten through Other grades will be added as growth of the school demands It. Plans for the school began years suppose the idea began because we have a second high school in Newton and I have been impressed by what the Christian viewpoint of education White The elementary school wUl be can White long as the child and the parents are willing to abide by the The rules will include - fashioned and a required Bible will be one required Bible the approach based on the child's age White The a biblical would involve a literal translation of the believe in a literal account of t h o creation as found in White The literal account would eliminate leaching of the theories of the evolution of when the school opens in Only 35 students will be accepted fw enrollment the first year and the school will not be involved in the process of the legal aspects White we get the incorporation papers wo will put-out the should tegin about the first part of present our goal is to meet t h e requirements of state said As the school expands through grade our goal is above he Ziegler said the which he said was ordered will be conducted by the Arms Control and Disarmament and the State and Defense Their will be forwarded to the National Security Council for Increasingly Critical A number of congress members have been increasingly critical in recent months about American endeavors in the field of chemical and biological Asked why Nixon had decided a complete review was needed at this Ziegler said quite obviously a matter to be He indicated the subject has been raised at past NSC Reagan To The Rescue Calif. - Gov. Ronald a lifeguard in his jumped fully clothed into his swimming pool and rescued a 7-year-old girl in water over her his office said Reagan saved Alicia daughter of a Negro file ders in his in the Sunday The Mrs. Marlene was among attending a staff party at the Reagan Mrs. Murphy said who doesn't was at the side of the reached to get onto a plastic raft and went down in four feet of dived in clothes and said of the Reagan was a lifeguard at a river park in Illinois daring while ho went to high school and Intercepted Letter MR. CHAMBERS Weather Bureau Dodge Kan. Dear We saw the sun briefly It was like a peek at a
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