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u Page ?A The Anniston Star, Friday, Dec. 23, 1988 Children saved An Edmonton, Canada, firefighter carries one of two children saved from a housefire early today. The children aged 3 and 4 suffered smoke inhalation and are in serious but stable condition. Officials suspect the children were playing with matches. The area, the state Cherokee Sun sold to Cherokee Herald CENTRE Beginning Jan. 1, only one newspaper will be published in Cherokee County. The Cherokee Sun has been sold to the Cherokee Publishing Co., publishers of the Cherokee County Herald. The Sun was sold by Consolidated Publishing Co., which owns The Anniston Star among other papers. VJt doesn't make a lot of economic sense to have two newspapers in a .small county," said H. Brandt Ayers, vice president of Consolidated Publishing. "We plan to continue covering Cherokee County through The Anniston Star." ' Ayers would not disclose the financial conditions of the sale, but Business Manager John Childs, who was instrumental in the negotiations for Consolidated, said the company turned a small profit. "The Sun won't be a paper (anymore)," said Paul W. Dale, editor of the Herald. "It will merge with the Herald and be made Into a shopper." A shopper is a free newspaper supposedly provided to every household in a coverage area. The Sun had been a shopper while owned by Consolidated. " ' ' ,,.,,'. "It will stay the Sun for a short time, but will be turned into the , Cherokee County Herald Plus," Dale said. "There won't be any hard news coverage in it. We'll have features on the front page, and the rest will be advertising." Dale said the new portion will be a third-class mail shopping guide. It will be sent to every household not receiving the Herald, Dale said. The deal was finalized this week, Dale said. Cleburne High students win JSU competition HEFLIN A team of Cleburne County High School students has won first place in Jacksonville State University's Bicentennial Competition on the Constitution and Bill of Rights. ' One hundred area high school students participated in the competition directed by the Center for Civics Education andhthe Committee on the Bicentennial. Saks High School finished second, and Oxford High School, third. The students have been studying a 31-lesson text from books provided by the committee. The Cleburne County students taught by Nicki Owens will participate ' in a statewide competition in February. The state winner will compete in the national competition in Washington later next -year. The JSU program was coordinated through the political science department and the Center for Southern Studies. Red Cross slates blood drives for holidays In the season of gift-giving, the American Red Cross is looking for Calhoun County residents to give the gift of life by donating blood. , The agency, trying to offset possible holiday blood shortages, has scheduled three upcoming blood drives. Jacksonville Hospital will sponsor a drive on Wednesday, Dec. 28, from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. in the hospital cafeteria. And also on Dec. 28, a community blood drive will be at the Anniston City Auditorium from noon until 5:30 p.m. , During the holidays, blood donations traditionally diminish as regular donors are shopping or taking Vacations. Donors must be healthy, 17 or older and weigh at least 110 pounds. JSU sponsors exhibit of Elkins photographs JACKSONVILLE The Jacksonville State University Center for Southern Studies will sponsor an exhibit of photographs by award-winning Anniston Star photographer Ken Elkins Jan. 9 through 13 in .Hammond Hall Gallery on campus. The exhibit is entitled "Glimpses of Southern Life in the Rural South." Southern Union winter registration Jan. 3 Registration for the winter quarter at Southern Union State Junior College in Wadley will be Jan. 3 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. The college's schedule offers a variety of day and evening courses for part-time and full-time students. It also offers several courses, including , investment, religion and computer courses, through the continuing education program. i . Late registration Will be Jan. 4, S, 10 and 11 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Jan. 6 and 9 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Gadsden State winter quarter begins Jan. 4 ; Gadsden State Community College will begin winter quarter classes Jan. 4 at the Anniston Center. - Registration will continue Jan. 4-6 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. The Anniston Center is at 2101 Noble St. Tuition for full-time students is S200 per quarter. A The winter quarter schedule offers day and evening classes meeting twice a week. Classes are available in the fields of business administration, accounting, statistics, computer and informational science, man-agement, marketing, economics, typewriting, real estate, art, English, American literature, reading, speech, biology, chemistry, mathematics, criminal justice, history, physical education, psychology, sociology and emergency medical technology. ; Two courses, Principles of Management and U.S. History II, will be offered on Alabama Public Television. These courses require students to watch 10 regularly scheduled presentations on Channel 7. Students will have three class meetings during the quarter for taking exams. Telecourses can be included in a regular schedule of classes or may be taken alone. Tuition is the same as for a regular class. . GSCC offers free tuition for persons 60 and older. For more information call 238-8342. Harassed owner to sink Hitler's yacht MIAMI BEACH,: Fla. AP) The owner of a yacht that once belonged to Adolf Hitler wants to torpedo the , boat and turn it into a habitat for fish because he's fed up with the controversy surrounding it after seven years. "It looks like we're finally reaching the end of this ... 'Hitler-boat business' once and for all," said J.J. Nelson, who also owns A-l Marine and Commercial Wrecking in Jacksonville. Nelson came into possession of the 89-foot Ostwind boat in 1981 after it was abandoned on his property. Vice Mayor Abe Resnick, a Holocaust survivor, wants to sink the 50-year-old dilapidated boat to benefit - marine life off Miami Beach and mark next year's 50th anniversary of the Voyage of the Damned. "We're gonna do whatever Resnick wants to do with this thing," Nelson said Thursday. "We want to barge it to off of Miami Beach and . apparently the Jewish community will be happy to take it and watch it burn and sink. I wish it good riddance myself." Resnick is pushing for city financing to tow the boat out to sea and sink it. But the city commission still must approve the money. "We want to apply the same solution to the Ostwind that Hitler was trying to apply to the Jews," said Resnick, a concentration camp survivor who escaped and joined the Resistance. ' .. The sinking of the vessel would coincide with the anniversary of the 1939 voyage in which the ship St. Louis left from Hamburg, Germany, with 900 Jews aboard at the beginning of World War II. They were refused entry into Cuba and the United StatesEventually, they . returned In Kurnnp uihAre as manv as 700 of them were believed to have been killed by the Nazis. Nelson has unsuccessfully tried to sell the boat. "These Nazis in Chicago want it, but they want to make a shrine out of it." Gadsden State adds self-enrichment courses Gadsden State Community College will offer three non-credit self-enrichment courses this winter at the Anniston Campus, 2101 Noble St. The winter schedule for continuing education courses includes basic floral arranging, interior decorating and photography. The 10-week classes meet Tuesdays 5:30-7:30 p.m. beginning Jan. 10. The cost of each course is $35. Signups are at the first class meeting in the Anniston Center Library. Those wishing for more information may call 238-8342. 1118 Noble Street Anniston, Al. ONFET77 SANTA is at KONFETTI With A Bag Of Goodies For You Saturday, December 24th Only! 40 Off All Reg. Priced Handbags Special Katrina Necklaces 2 For 1 20 Off 1 Regularly Priced Item Doors Open at 9 a.m. and Will Close Promptly at 2 p.m. Christmas Eve. HAVING IT ALL Looks. Style. Power. Accuracy. It all comes together in an innovative analog alarm chronograph. 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