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Rip .Amtisimt j&tar Page 12A Wednesday, November 16, 1994 Area forecast Tonight becoming mostly cloudy. Low near SO. Northeast wind 5 to 10 mph. Thursday cloudy with a 20 percent chance of rain. High in the upper 60s. East wind 10 to 15 mph. Farm outlook Rainfall through 6 p.m. Thursday none. Drying potential will be moderate Thursday with around three hours of sunshine. Lowest relative humidity 60 to 65 percent. Extended Anniston area forecast Tonight Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy, Partly cloudy Partly cloudy Partly cloudy 20 chance of rain and mild and mild Lo: Near 50 Hi: Upper 60s Hi: Mid-708 Hi: 70s Hi: 70s Lo: Lower 50s Lo:50s . Lo: 50s Lo:50s Extended national forecasts U.S.cilies, with forecast highs, lows and weather conditions. Key to weather conditions: 8sunny, pcpartly cloudy, ccloudy, shshowers, rrain, thunderstorms, slsnow (lurries, snsnow, lice. AROUND THE STATl IMtan 75 4S 66 62 e 79 601 74 82 C 60 96 1 76 55 60 61 . 72 51 e AROUND THE NATION Albany AJbuquerqut Munto Andnraga Aahnie 76 61 c 75 66 e 82 60 c 80 57 c 79 65 DC 76 96 c 62 96 c 76 58 C Anniston statistics High Tuesday--.... Low this morning, High . year ago... Low a year ago.... 76 48 82 68 Record high -...1 82 in 1957 Record low w n 24-hour rainfall........ none Rainfall for November............. 1-65 Normal rain for November. 3J5 Rainfall for the year-...-...- 53.60 Rainfall to date 1993 . 42.29 Sunset today..........-....... 4:40 p.m. Sunrise Thursday 6:18 a.m. Alabama temperatures Selected cities with high temperatures and precipitation tor 24 hours ending at 6 a.m. today. Low temperatures for 12 hours prior to 6 a.m. today. T or Tr indicates trace; M indicates missing. ' Auburn 76 57 .00 Birmingham 75 46 .00 Dothan 79 65 .00 Gadsden 71 44 .00 HuntsvUIe-Decatur 75 50 .00 Mobile 80 58 .00 Montgomery 80 58 ,00 Muscle Shoals 75 56 .01 Selma 78 55 .00 Tuscaloosa 79 48 .00 Alabama zone forecasts Zones 1-3 Tonight and Thursday partly cloudy. Low in the upper 40s. High near 70. Zones 11-13 Tonight and Thursday partly cloudy. Low in the upper 40s. High near 70. Zones 4-7, 14-16 Tonight partly cloudy. Low in the upper 40s. Thursday mostly cloudy. High in the upper 60s. Zones 8-10, 17-21, 26-29 Tonight becoming mostly cloudy. Low near 50. Thursday cloudy with a 20 percent chance of rain. High in the upper 60s. Zones 24,25 Tonight partly cloudy. Low in the upper 40s. Thursday mostly cloudy. High near 70. Zones 22, 23, 30-34, 39, 51 Tonight partly cloudy. Low near 50. Thursday mostly cloudy. High in the lower 70s. '., Zones 35, 36, 4044, 54-60 Tonight increasing clouds. Low in the lower 50s. Thursday mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of rain. High in the lower 70s. Zones 37, 38, 45-48 Tonight mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of rain. Low in the mid-50s. Thursday cloudy with a 30 percent chance of rain. High near 70. Alabama lake levels Depths ot Alabama lakes in feet above sea level. (Number In parenthesis is depth of lake when full). Smith (510) 498.63 Bankhead (255) 254.60 Holt (187) 186J9 Weiss (564) 560.33 Henry (508) 504.94 Logan Martin (465) 461.35 Lay 096) 395.88 Mitchell (312) 311.73 Jordan (252) 251.30 Harris Dam (793) 786.80 Martin (490) 484.04 Yates (344) 341.83 Thurlow 088) 287.22 Tuesday Ttwraoiy FMty wuraay 79 62 c 757tfl 7963pcS1S7pe 52 29 S 43 22 s 46 28 pc 52 26 s 51 26 1 58 21 53 30 pc 48 32 pc 33 9 pc 33 18 in 20 8 pc 28 16 pc 71 32 s 56 47 pc 71 53 C 69 47 e Atlanta 75 54 1 w w pc il uooe AJanscOty 66 46pc 96 468 67 46pc 64 45 pc Auttn 81 55 1 77 58 C 77 59 c 78 58 pc BaMmm 73 49 PC 57 42s 67 90 pc 69 46 pc Billing) 49 27 DC 30 16 c. 21 12 C 31 18 C Barnard! 4921s 4322c 32 12 pc 13 DC BoiM 4432pc 33 22sn 21 10 pc 32 16 c - Boston ' 68 91 c 95 49 s 85 91 pc 63 42 pc V - I 1 5 -1 BrowntvUt 63 62 pc 83 68 pc 65 66 pc 66 86 pc POkJ 1 I A ButWo 5736DC 56 47 S 8046 5940 LtJf7Jv-i.iil Burtmoun 59 38 pc 94 37 s 62 43 pc 52 33 c I 4 7VrA Csspsr 37 23 pc 30 12 St 23 11 pc 29 16 c HtT "V J-Oo CHrtwton. SC 8158pc 7058f 7863pc?8e0pe (11 M 16y,Vl8 ' ChariwWn,WV 56 46 0 58 49pe 72 65pc 69 45pe l-bA17AVl ChsdotM 74 46S 69 92pc 74 99c 73 55pc 13l,1VS2W1,Jfl Chsysms 40 15 s 34 14K 31 8 1 32 17 c I t CNcspp 4e33pce048pc 6539 5436pc 1 22 23 Vry22al26 Oncmnal 59 48 r 6050pc 8549 6345pc I A 'r CkMlsnd 61 45C 58 48 pc 64 46 56 40 c lrti 7-TT 36 f J7 I JbV CokmHa, SC 7844s 66 53 77 56 0 77 85 pc lifcT?-l? U Cdumc,0H 80 46 60 47 pc 64 48 62 41 pc lsoi.1 TiTHMrCiTS. Concert 88 43pc 5929s K 0 pc 57 32 pc I t'. WVyilV Mia . 80 90 70 53 c 6753c 6963pc Zones 49, 50, 65-69 Tonight mostly H AwfeW Sm v 3? '" i!f S cloudy with a 20 percent chance of rain. 51 t w f VThm( o MoinM ei34s 58404933c4632pe Low in the mjd-50s. Thursday cloudy -S ssTTv7 MitLA d0" 53 P" ' M 5 !! 5" "pc with a 30 percent chance of rain. High JmTW L "I f ST S ST . 70 to 75. . , rT so 1 M -mI 66 Evansvis 60 48 r 65 50pc68 61 86 43pc 7M e, ,, x ... . 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WicNta .5538s 67 35 0 54 35pc5137c WHkssbami 86 46 c 59 42 s 61 48 e 56 4t c allHainBnaU The Accu-Weather forecast for noon, Thursday, Nov. 17. j Bands separate high temperature zones for the day. Pressure H L EE! ESI LIU EZ3 E3 HIGH LOW ' SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE Via Associated Press Alabtmtt Itrgeat homt-owned newtpaptr The Daily Hot BlastTha Anniston Star Established Aug. 18, 1883, merged in 1912. Owned and published every Monday through Friday afternoon and Saturday and Sunday mornings by: The Consolidated Publishing Co., 216 W. 10th St., Anniston, Ala. 36201. ' Second-Class postage paid at Anniston, Ala. 36201. Postmaster, send address changes to: The Anniston Star, P. O. Box 189, Anniston, Ala. 36202. For asslstancoy call 236-1550 If you have a rotary dial phone, please stay on the line through the greetings and an operator will come on the line to help you. Delivery of paper? ' . Karen Alexander, circulation business director, extension 251 Local news: Phil Jenkins, metropolitan editor, ext. 372 Sports: Ken Patterson, sports editor, extension 331 Feature and entertainment: Darryal Ray, features editor, extension 323 Photography: Ken Elkins, chief photographer, extension 300 or 301 Editorials, letters to the editor! Chris Waddle, editorial page editor, ext. 3S7 Advertising: - Ken Warren, classified advertising director, extension 243 ' Hershel Victory, display advertising director, extension 231 General policy: Joe Oistelheim, executive editor, extension 356 H. Brandt Ayers, editor and publisher, extension 201 P.A. Sanguinetti, president, extension 202 Correction policy The Anniston Star always tries to get the facts straight. When we learn that inaccurate or misleading information has been published, It is our policy to publish a correction promptly. ' To report an error or a need for clarification, please call: 236-1558 Delivery problems It is our policy to resolve delivery problems " as quickly as possible. If you are having problems with your newspaper delivery, PLEASE CALL: ,x 236-1558 Our circulation department is open Monday . through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday , from 7 a.m. to noon and Sunday from 7 a.m. until 10a.m. Your newspaper carrier is an independent contractor. The Anniston Star recommends payments made directly to carriers be limited to a maximum of 30 days. Dally single copy rate 50c. Sunday only, single copy rate $1, tax included. Mall and foreign subscription rates quoted upon request. Home delivery available for $8 per month, tax included. A v Geraldine George recalls the gunshot that paralyzed her By Anthony Cook Star Staff Writer Larry Donald George, shown in court Tuesday TALLADEGA It's been six years since a gunshot cost Geraldine George her ability to walk, and it still brings her to tears to remember the moment it happened. "He extended his arm and aimed the gun at me," she said. "I just said: 'Oh my God, no.' And he shot me." Mrs. George was the key witness Tuesday in the capital murder trial of Larry Donald George, her estranged husband who was indicted in April in the Feb. 12, 1988, deaths of Mrs. George's neighbors, Janice Morris and Ralph Swain. He is also charged with attempted murder in the wounding of Mrs. George, who was left paralyzed from the chest down. Police believe George shot all three victims with a 9mm gun. Mrs. Morris was shot in the chest, Swain was shot at least once in the head and Mrs. George was shot under her left arm. Mrs. George said she had been separated from George for about six months and wasn't expecting him to come to her home in the City Court II Apartments in Talladega on that tragic evening six years ago. But she said she knew there was going to be trouble when he reached into his coat and produced a pistol. A. NEARLY IN tears, she recalled sending her then 7-year-old daughter upstairs to call her grandfather. When George followed their daughter upstairs, Mrs. George said she ran next door to Mrs. Morris' home to call police. " I told her (Janice Morris) to call the police because I want this man out of my house," Mrs. George testified. "Then I heard a shot, and I lost it." She said she saw George standing on the neighbor's porch, and said that's when he shot her. The prosecution has argued that George then shot Swain and Mrs. Morris. Another witness, Andrew Watkins, testified that he saw George leave the apartments in a car, and said he followed George in his own car for several miles. He said he got a description of the car George was driving and the license number, and turned the information over to Talladega police Capt. W.E. Hurst. Prosecutors said police found the car George was allegedly driving, but George disappeared for six years. He was arrested April 24 by two undercover police officers in' New Castle County, Del. He al-' legedly had been living in a dugout bunker in a wooded area next to a t , river in Wilmington. The George case had been fea-" tured on the television show ' "America's Most Wanted," and camera crewmen from the show were at the courthouse Tuesday. Due to the media coverage, the jury ' has been sequestered. . AnnistonOxford Police Blottej Cattle sale Lottery Anniston The following property crimes and violent assaults were reported to the Anniston Police Department during the 24-hour period ending at 7 a.m. Tuesday. Crimes are listed by their location. Anonymous tips may be called in to CRIME STOPPERS at 238-1414. A reward of up to $1,000 may be given. Theft Rainbow Homes, 7898 McClellan Blvd.; four nylon flags. Unknown location; a locking wheel cover to a 1989 Cadillac. Residence, 1 200 block of Carter Street; a cordless telephone, a Makita four-inch grinder, a Drammel tool kit, two Craftsman ratchets, a Snap On ratchet, a ratchet with a T handle, several sockets and hand wrenches and an unknown amount of aluminum cans. Residence, 600 block of Glen Addie Avenue; a personal check, a Visa credit card . and a Banker's One credit card. Alabama Contractor's Equipment, S05 Noble St.; a Duerr log splitter, serial No. 0001231917191, and a Stihl chainsaw, serial No. 230174459. Winn Dixie, 2495 U.S. 431 North; $30 cash, an Aigner leather wallet, a geld Cross pen, a Wakefield's charge card, a Gold Mastercard, a leather purse and a SouthTrust Bank checkbook. Favorite Market, 851 LaGarde Ave.; $14.63 in gas. Regional Medical Center; a brown leather wallet. Visa, Discover,' Martin's, Penney, Sears and Rich's credit cards, an Alabama driver's license and miscellaneous papers. Auto-related theft Residence, 3800 block of Rice Avenue; a blue and green purse with brown handles, . a wallet, a checkbook, a calculator and a savings account book. Unknown location; a Novatel cellular phone, serial No. 14202040890. Parking lot of City Limits, 1214 Noble St.; a black leather purse, $50 cash, a diamond and gold quartz watch, an Alabama driver's license, an Alabama identification card, a Social Security card and a birth certificate. Residence, 200 block of South Quintan! Avenue; an Alpine cassette stereo, two speakers, an Alpine compact disc changer, two Alpine amplifiers and a Bazooka tube speaker. Residence, 1200 block of Raven wood Drive; a Pioneer car cassette stereo. Oxford The following are the property crimes and violent assaults reported by the Oxford Police for the 24-hour period ending at 7 a.m. Tuesday. Burglary Residence, Dallas Avenue; curtains. Residence, Mellon Lane; TV, telephone. Theft Residence, Beck Road; TV, telephone. Robbery AmSouth Bank; money (recovered). Colonial Bank: money (recovered). FORT PAYNE Here is the livestock market report from Tuesday sales st Fort Payne Stockyard, Inc. Receipts for the week were 1,591 compared lo 1,430 last week. Receipts s year ago were 1,061. FEEDER CLASSES: Bulls A steers (good A choice) 200-300 lbs., 87.00-1 17.50; 300-400 lbs., 79.00-107.00; 400-500 lbs., 73.00-90.00; 500-600 lbs., 67.00-82.00. STEERS: 600-700 lbs., 63.50-69.50. HEIFERS (good A choice) 200-300 lbs. 80.00-94.00; 3(MM0O lbs., 75.00-9100; 400-500 lbs., 70.00-81.50; 500-600 lbs., 63.00-75.00; 600-700 lbs., 60.00-66.00 SLAUGHTER CLASSES: Calves (good A choice) 57.00-64.00. COWS: Utility, 44.00 down; cuuer, 38.00 down; canner A culls, 32.00 down. BULLS: Heavy, 54.50 down. There will be no sale Nov. 22, Thanksgiving week. Here are the winning numbers , selected Tuesday in the Georgia Lottery's "Cash 3" game: 2-9-9 (W) 1-20 1-20 (E) DENTURES One Day Service DR. CULVER LEE Pell City, AL V Since 1951 338-6264 P.O. Box 588 "No representation is made about the quality of the dental service to be performed or the expertise of the dentist performing such service." EXIT 158 CHEVRON HWY. 231 McDonalds fit ism&r? BE FAT FREE! NO DIETS, NO DENIAL, NO TIME C0SUMING COUNSELING Imagine eating the foods you love.,, ...without worrying about the fatl FOR A FREE SAMPLE PHONEs 1 -800-21 5-2062 Doctor Approved Burns Calories Faster Suppresses the Appetite Lose Pounds and Inches 100 Natural and Organic Removes Excess Fluid SAfl UTECTM RISULTS IN HOURS (NOT DAB 01 WOKS) 100 CUA1ANTUIH Custom and Ready-Made Frames Limited Edition and Decorator Prints Quality & Service for over 45. Years 930 W. 10th, 34 mile west of Noble Street 236-9910' Alabama Auburn Alabama Auburn Alabama Auburn Alabama Auburn Alabama Auburn .a Either Way You're A Winner rr-, The Village Tailgate Sale il mgA Savings Throughout The Store-Thursday Thru Sunday LSK for the AuburnAlabama 1 1 Other Fantastic Sales I jjL Inventory SssftjF Uoff Just JLet7 to Qt7 jfij Jog Sets trnsfSoq 1 1 T15 Ncck & Knit Tops?! tX? Slaahedto 7jCyy Rainbow of Colon VjT 7pl Values to $Q99 jfeV J I a $59.00 Only yj VS jjjf " '.. . & V Gotdtyue I one-Stop Chrtetmas"7)? s Zandras, Too! shopping with -gNg (D'OkE's MENSWEAR FREE Gift Wrapping & VISA -1726-D South Qulntard Ave., Anniston. i

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