Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1970, Abilene, Texas 0? OFFENSE T0 FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT t 90TH YEAR, NO. 122 PHONE 673-4271 ABILENE, TEXAS, 79604, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 13, TWENTY PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS lOc SUNDAY Auociaitd Prta (ff) a to Accept Red China Regime suit Plralo ty Sterling Tuckir FIVE-YEAR-OLD MARK IIUDGINS AND TIGER a dilfcrcnt kind of school playmate Mary, Lamb RRRRRReplaced Wherever Dell Was Syre to Go By STERLING TUCKER Reporter-News Stall Almost every one has heard of JIary and her lamb who went to school and caused all the fuss. at Ihe Jean Collier's Pre- Kindergarlcn School, 902 Sanlos, they did the same thing with a slight difference: they had two baby Bengal tigers at the school Monday for a show-and-tcll se.-sion. Doll Toelkcs, son of Dr. and Mrs. John Toclkcs, presented the baby felines to the kindergarten class Monday afternoon. DeU's mother helped with the presentation to the delight of all the youngsters there. The children and tigers played snd rolled in the grass. The t'gers, who in a fciv months will he pound carnivores, seemed l.ke large house cats. THE TWO FEMALE tigers, Sissy and Charlotte, are nine weeks old and weigh 16 pounds each. They were bom at the Abilene Zoo to a mother who would not accept the fact of motherhood and so the kittens were raised by hand. There were four kittens at birth, but two males died about six weeks ago. The two surviv- ing females are being cared for by Mrs. Toelkcs, whose husband is the zoo veterinarian. "I have aged about 23 years since we took the tigers to raise." Mrs. Toelkcs said in an interview Monday. "They are a lot of fun, but it is sort of like having twin babies in the house, and after five years of not having a baby in the house, it takes a lot of adjusting on my part." THE BABY FELINES have to be fed seven times a day HEWS'INDEX Amusements 2A Bridge 7A Business 11A Classified'. S-SB Ccmics 4B'-' Editorials IDA Horoscope 7B Hospital Pctitnts....... 5A Obituaries 3A Suoris B-9A To Your Good Heclth------4A TV Log 7A Women's News......... 3B from a bottle. They drink a special formula of milk and food supplements designed for cats. are going to start them on meat next Mrs. Toel- kes said. "It may not be an easy thing to get them to cat meat at first. They arc like any other small animal, they don't want to give up their milk for solid food. I am going to get the cats out in the back yard, and just me and them and the raw meat ivill have at it.'1 She said some zoo veterinarians fed tigers horse meat, but her husband did not think it was pure enough. He gives them a special food made for jungle cats. THE BENGALS will be full grown in about a year and will weigh right at 450 pounds at that time, according to Mrs. Toelkes. now. .they are playful and make'tnte pets. They are fond of children at this age and act like big overgrown house kittens, but I wouldn't want to have them in (he house in another two months. You just Sec TIGER, Pg. !A OTTAWA (AP) Canada and Red China have reached agree- ment to establish diplomatic re- lations, Foreign Secretary Mitchell Sharp announced to- day. In a statement to the House of Commons; Sharp said Canada recognizes Ihe government in Peking as the sole legal govern- ment of China. Up to now, the United States and other nations the Nationalist Chinese government on Formo- sa as the legal govern- ment. Sharp said Canada and Red China will exchange ambassa- dors within six months. Canada and the Peking Soviets Say Spy Is Dead MOSCOW (AP) _ Gordon Lonsdale, the Soviet master spy released by the British for one of their own agents in 1K4, is dead, Russian informants re- ported today. They said he died Friday of a heart attack while picking mushrooms near Moscow. Lonsdale was 46 years old. In 1961 he was caught by Brit- ish intelligence agents and sen- tenced to 25 years in prison as head of a spy ring filching EC- crets from the Portland subma- rine base in Britain. Lonsdale was handed over to Soviet authorities alter serving less than four years of his sen- tence in exchange for British businessman Grevillc Wynne, whom Ihe Russians were hold- ing as an accomplice of Olcg Penkovsky, a Russian accused of spying against the Soviet Un- ion. Penkovsky was executed by a firing squad in 1963. real name was Cc- non Trofimovitch Molody. He told his story in a scries of arti- cles published by British news- papers in 1965, in which he claimed that he also spied in the United States for five years un- der Col. Rudolf Abel. All Issues Off At 4lh Hour End Industrials were down 3.29, transportation was down 1.19, and utilities were down .0.1 at the of fourth hour trading Tuesday on the New York Stock Kxchange. The New York Com- posite was down .15. Volume was 6.810.000 reported the Abilene office of Schneider, Bcmet and Hick- man, Inc. he Packs Preferred for Snake Bite Kits Q. Since Ihe snakes arc crawling this time of jrar, I'm wondering about treating snakebites. hfard spraying frcczonc on a bile will localize the poison and jou can drlie lo Ihe hospital without making Ihe X Incision that used lo be required. I've also hoard that just pul- ling a tourniquet on Ihe bite and loosen- ing it now and Ihcn on Ihe way lo Ihe hospital Is effective. Is this really true? Docs this keep (he poison from spread- ing? A. A local physician says cooling the area Is good because it slows circulalion and therefore slows the absorption of the poision. But he says ice packs are more effective than a spray product because (iron cooling is superficial cools only Ihe surface. He suggests the very lics.1 method is lo stay calm (important because excitement and motion increases blnod pumping through the area nnd venom absorption is Apply ice, fasten a tourniquet lonscly above the liiti1, rnake an X incision and apply suction t" draw out the poison, then get to the hospital. Q. During Ihe fair I rcRlslerert at a bnolh for a Skcclrr-K.ilcr. I received a Skcclcr-l-ilcr toilav. I'pon opening my "you Just von" Rlfl I found that parts of It arc. missing parts arc rusted and lo lop It nil oil It's broken. Dors lhl.i happen often on gliraway pits? 1'rom "A Real Winner." Bv ELL1E RL'CKER A. Can't say if it happens often because Action Line never wins anything, even rusted things. But we contacted the com- pany in charge of Skecler-Eatcrs and they've already put a new one in Ihe mail to you. The prizes were sent already pack- aged from Dallas and, of course, all of them weren't opened to check for damage. But jours will be replaced immediately. My grandmother Is S6 and cirr since I can rcmcmbir she has wanted lo see a show called, "Trail of Ihe Lonesome Pine." I'd like very much lo know If there's .1 chance that show will cter come lo one of our local theaters? A. Annie Colernan, owner of the Metro, is sure going to try lo get it for you. She said it was a very popular movie and re-issued almost as many limes as Gone With the Wind. They played It some years ago and If there's a print available, they'll find it and show it at the Metro. So keep your eye on the amusements page. Just wondering why the Anllrne Public Library doesn't have a night and weck-rnd deposit slot for books? This would be especially helpful since Ihe library Is now closed on Monday. A. They have one, it's just a little hard to fir.d. It's at the back of the building; drive down the alley, the book depository is about midway in the building. Thelma Andrews, head librarian, sends a plea that you Jrop only books in the book-drop, not films, records or pictures. Q. I'd like lo know what chemical will lake Ihe sediment from the sides and bottom of teakettles or other kitchen utensils which arc used to boll water. When I was a child I remember my father, who was a chemist, put a liquid In my mother's teakettle when Ihe coaling became loo thick Inside. The chemical Irft the tea keltic's Inside surface clean and smooth. A. We don't know what your father used, but if you'll fill Ihe kettle with water, arid cream of tartar and boil for about 10 minutes, (he inside will be smooth and clean, says Home Economist Jonnic Bcas- ley. The instructions for this are printed on the cream of tarlar can. Address questions In Action Line, Hoi 30, Abilene. Teias TKOI. Names will not be used but questions must be signed and addresses Rlun. I'leasc Include .1 telephone numbers If possible. Chinese have been negotiating the agreement for 20 months in Stockholm, Sweden. Ambassador Yu-chu Hsuch of Nationalist China said his good- bys at Ottawa airport. He had planned lo leave Canada before the government's announcement but his flight was delayed. He said he was distressed by Cana- da's decision. About 100 members of Otta- wa's Chinese community, many carrying Chinese Nationalist flags, were at Ihe airport to say goodby. Hsuch was the fourth Chinese Nationalist ambassador lo Ottawa since A simultaneous announcement was made in Peking and broad- cast by the official New China News Agency. The broadcast said that on the touchy problem of Formosa, also called Taiwan, Communist China said it "reaffirms that Taiwan is an inalienable part" of its territory and "Ihe Cana- dian government lakes note of this position." The Peking regime thus ap- peared to have capitulated on its long-standing demand lhat Canada recognize its '.crrilorial claim lo the Nationalist island off China's south coast. Referring lo the now-resolved impasse, Sharp said Ottawa docs not consider it "appropri- either to endorse or chal- lenge the Chinese government's position on Formosa. "This has been our position and it continues to be our posi- JiicoHearing Here Nov. 5 A public hearing on the pro- posed Taylor County Junior College will be held Nov. 5, Judge Raleigh Brown said Tues- day. The hearing in Ihe City Council room will be conducted by the Junior College Committee of the Texas College and Univer- sity System's coordinating board, said Brown. Brown is Junior College Task Force chairman. BrOHTi said he had received word from Dr. Tom Hatfield, assistant commissioner o f Higher Education in charge of junior colleges, that the com- mittee h3d met and the complexities of the Taylor County plan were such that ths committee felt a public hearing should be held. According to Brown, the meet- ing will be held at p.m. The committee will have questions to ask and will hear both pro and con positions, Brown said. Tlie presentation sub-com- mittee of the Task Force, headed by F.lbcrt Hall will make a presentation. Brown said that Dr. llalaield indicated that the committee would act on the Taylor County Junior College application and then the application will be taken up for consideration by the Coordination Board at its next meeting. A dinner has been planned for the committee members at p.m. at the Petroleum Club. Members of Ihe committee are Walter Bassano of Pans, 0. II. Elliott of Austin, Dr. James Hollers of San Antonio, Harry Provence of Waco, Wayne E. Thonns of Hereford, and Harvey Wiel of Corpus Chrisli. WEATHER U.I. DEPARTMENT OT COMMERCE WEATHER BUREAU (WMtlur Pg 14) ARILENE A'.D VICINITY LI) Fir and warm Tufidiy V.ITI JtcrMjIrg tna trc.'fr Tuesday In 7X TLridav 37 rr-t hjgh Wed'-rruy in Trie low Ircm tht J-1J m p.h. lurmrg rcrfMrly TEMPERATURES Meiday p.m. Tutttilr m. I M SI H 1 ffl 51 n sm si M n ;i 61 J 01 II fl VI !1 H 7 K> H i m i) 51 M 51 M r nn M u n oo :i M I) en 7t And lew for 74 houri rndmg f l.m J: ind II. H-qs md low for lama data tl md 41. Sunift nlgM: p m.a Sunrlu trlir: 7.O m j Junm tcmkjM: 7.C1 p.m- rM-1'r-fl A! rvxm: 7J.JB, Humidity II men: It Mr ctnl. tion have taken note of Ihe Chinese government's state- ment about Taiwan. "We are aware that this is the Chinese view and we realize the importance they attach to it, but we have no comment lo make one way or the other." Canada is the 46th country lo recognize the fled Chinese re- gime. Sixty-six others, including the United States, recognize the Nationalists of President Chiang Kai-shek. South Africa and Ma- laysia have no full diplomatic relations with the Nationalists but do have consular ties. Six- teen other countries in Ihe world recognize neither of the Chinese governments. 1 4 Tooting His Own Horn Massachusetts Gov. Francis W. Sargent, running for re- election takes a turn on the bagpipes during Columbus Day parade Monday in East Boston. Sargent, along with other candidates for public office in the Nov. 3 election, participated in the annual parade. (AP Wire- Memphis Men Purchase Beaiy ChevroEe? Co. Beaty Chevrolet Co. at 4001 S. 1st has been purchased by Jack Langlois and Charles Reed of Memphis, Tenn., Herschel Bcaty announced Tuesday. Bcaly and William F. (Bill) Jones have owned the agency since September 196S, when they purchased it from Floyd Taylor. Langlois will manage Ihe agency, to be known as Jack Chevrolet Co. Reed, who owns Ch.irles Reed Buick Co. in Memphis, will be a financial participant. The new owners took over the property Monday after the change in franchise was approved by the Chevrolet Division late last week. LANGLOIS, In the automobile business since 1965, was born and reared in Detroit, Mich. He served in tnc Marines from 1957-60, then joined a finance company in Memphis, work- ing with the same firm for 54 years in Memphis, Birmingham and Opcli- ka, Ala., and Chattanooga, Tcnn. He joined Ilccd Buick Co. In Memphis in 1065 and was serving as sales manager of that firm at the time of the purchase of Bcaly Chevrolet. Heed, who will continue to reside In Memphis, has been in the automobile business for 27 years, v I-anglois and his wife, F-dilh, have purchased the Ilcrschel Bc.ily horn? at 2101 Shoreline Dr. They have two children, Helen, 7, and John, 5. Langlols said Tuesday, "I'm proud to move In Abilene In he associated m such a fine automobile agency. I'm JACK UVN'CiLOIS purchases Bcaly Chevrolet very impressed with this city and appreciate Ihe friendly reception I hav; received from everyone I have Bcaly said he has no Immediate plins for the future, but at this time does not plan to leave Abilene. Mr. and Mrs. Boaty have two children, Teresa and lien. Itcaty hns been in the automobile business since he graduated from high school In l.ubbock in 1951 and has been an auto dealer since March of 1958. He sold his Lincoln-Mercury dealership in Dallas in 1963 10 join Jones ta purchasing Taylor Chevrolet hero In IOCS.