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j Page 6A The Anniston Star, Tuesday, 2 1 X 11 1 I I ' I Av I 9 ,m si I f 1 " , Bob Lusk reassures TTO Move over WJSU, WTBS . . make way for WTTO. " NewChannels got the go ahead , this week, from the Federal Com-' munications Commission to add WTTO 'to its basic cable service. The new channel should air today around noon. WTTO channel 21, an independent channel from Birmingham, will replace WXIA channel 11, one of the duplicate NBC channels from Atlanta.- - "We've been getting a lot of com-plaintsfrom customers about the duplication of programming so we decided to add channel 21," said Nancy Price, marketing manager of i NewChannels. The change will affect all New-. Channels subscribers in and around Calhoun County. " WTTO. was an overwhelming favorite in a subscriber survey said, Mrs. Price. - Trogramming on VTTO includes movies, situation comedies, news and children's programs Listings for the WTTO can be found in the television grid of The Star. Regional library reeeives slate s The Cheaha Regional Library, headquartered .in Anniston, has received $1,000 in state library funds to buy. new books for its two bookmobiles. . Nellie Whitley, CRL director, said the check was given to her Monday by state Sen. Gerald Dial of Lineville. Ms. Whitley said the money will be used to buy books to be-distributed in 'the four counties Dial represents. for cable Fob James encourages Dooley for Senate race ORANGE- BEACH (API -Former Alabama Gov. Fob James , said- he huddled with Georgia Ath-. letic Director ' Vince Dooley and encouraged- his one-time Auburn classmate to run for the U.S. Sen- ate. " . "He's been at football a long time," James" said Monday in a telephone interview from his Orange Beach marina tn the Gulf coast. Both James and Dooley were football standouts on the Auburn Tigers squad during college years and their friendship has remained intact. " ' , The former governor said he discussed Dooley's possible Senate bid . with him a couple of months ago. "If he's going to make a move, now's the time" to make it, I think, said James. - James, who served one terrmas governor in 1978, also hasn't completely put politics out of his mind. Dooley, a native of Mobile, announced over the weekend that he's considering a run as a Democrat for rthe post held by Sen. Mack Matting- ly, a Republican. Judge, rules out limitation statutes BIRMINGHAM (AP) A judge July 2, 1985 K U X; employees at Southtrust building following bomb threat service customers Aroa briofs Dial said that the CRL bookmobiles are very visible" in Cleburne, Randolph, Clay and Cherokee counties, and that they mean a lot to people who live in rural areas. The CRL also serves Talladega and Calhoun counties with Its bookmobile service. . ! .Holiday House. makes ijonations The Altrusa Hofiday House "re-cently donated over $2,000 to area organizations to help with their . community service programs. Among the donations was a $1,000 check awarded on June . 18th to Major Myrtle Kitchens of the Salvation Army to be used in their Battered Spouse program, t Other local organizations that were given aid were the Girl Scouts, Cerebral Palsy, Parents Anonymous, RSVP, a scholarship to Ayers Trade School, and Pensions and Security was given eight anatomical correct dolls to.be used with victims of child abuse. Pensions tfnd Security will have new hours The Calhoun County. Department of Pensions and Security,' including, the Food Stamp program, will have new office hours beginning Monday. Both offices will be open from 8 . a.m. to 4:30 p.m. serving clients through the' noon 'hour. The DP&S switchboard will be closed from noon until 12:30 p.m. daily. State briofs has ruled that a three-year statute of limitations doesiot apply to a 4-year-old rape case in which a woman was sexually assaulted and tortured for 11 hours. Jefferson County Circuit Judge James Hard ruled Monday that the widely accepted statute of limitations on rape, which was recently removed by the Legislature, is not ' binding in the 4-year-old case. Hard sided in his ruling with Deputy District Attorney Paul, Gren(L who argued that rape is still considered a capital crime in-Alabama and therefore has no time limit on prosecution. The decision means a rape charge against Frank David Kirby, 35, Trussville, can go to trial. Kirb'y was indicted in April on a charge of sexually' assaulting the woman, known only as Sharon. Policeman killed in the line of dutv aa a police officer's wife,"'the worst possible fear became reality when Betty Schulte got the call that her husband was killed in- the line of 4 mjkX.3, jiSm ' Stir Photo by Ktn Elklni OK'd i . - nusiness counseling scheduled for July II - The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center will provide its monthly man: agement counseling on July H ratjf-er than this Thursday because ofine holiday conflict. The center normally makes ap-' pointments with area business people on the first Thursday of the month at the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce in Anniston. Representatives from the center will be at the chamber on July 11 from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. to offer counseling and practical information for small businesses. The service,, a joint project of JSU and the chamber, is available free to anyone who wishes to begin a business or learn more about how to operate one. : -' For an appointment for more information, call the chamber at 237-3536. .Sign language class at JSC this summer Classes in sign language and commonly used signs will be part of Jacksonville State University's summer offerings. The classes are offered for $15 on a non-credit, basis in conjunction with the pyschology department and Psychology Institute. Classes run from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.. on Wednesdays from July 17 through Aug. 8 and on Thursdays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. July 18 to Aug 9. For more information call 435-9820, extension 640. Cpl. Julius Schulte, a 22-year veteran of the Mobile police department, was shot to death last April, during an investigation at a port city residence. A suspect awaits trial on murder charges. In the months following the slaying, wives of officers have come together for consolation and advice on coping with demands of the job. Margaret. Mingus, wife of Chief William Mingus, began forming the police auxiliary for officers' wives after the Schulte slaying. . "I hope we never have another tragedy like that," she said. "But we need to be there for each other in caselt does happen again ". SVarch continues for jail escapees MOBILE (AP) - While the search continued 'today for three escapees who broke out of Mobile County's newest jail, equipped with the latest in high-tech surveillance gear, employees of the lockup were ordered to submit to lie detector tests.. i- Sheriff Tom Purvis, who ordered the tests on some 20 iail emolov said Monday that the possibility exists that the escapees could have received inside help. ' Bank building of phony bomb An anonymous caller to law. offices in the Southtrust Bank building threatened to blow it up Monday, but police found no bomb and the' building was never evacuated , "We feel there is no danger what-' soever," said Anniston Police Sgt. Bob Lusk Monday afternoon to-a group of office workers who had left the building after the call. Police and members of the building's security force searched the Quintard enue bui dine and Questioned o: fice workers before declaring the building safe at about 3 p.m. Lusk said the threat was the result of a crank caller 'looking for "a big- kick Tho docket ' watching eve- rybody get upset. The threatening call was received at 12:30 p.m. by a receptionist at the law offices of Burnham, Klinefelter, Halsey , Jones and .Cater, said Rick Burnham, a lawyer with the firm. 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If you see this child or have information .concerning Jiiis child please call toll-free: 1-800-431-5005 CHILD FIND, Inc. P. O. Box 277 New Paltz, N.Y. 12561 target threat j. Robert Mayes, vice president tf Southtrust Bank, jsaid Monday that ; no decision was made on whetherio evacuate the building until after police had completed thejr search. . Talladega man charged with theft TALLADEGA -r Formal charges have been made against the man who took a Talladega patrol car Sunday and tried to run over .officers before crashing into the "bedroom bf a Single-Story bflerhdur Reginald Leonard, 27, of Talla-, dega, Rt. 5, was in city jail this morning in lieu of $70,000 bond. He has been charged with first degree theft and first degree attempted assault. . ' Extensive damage; was done to the house and police say the 1984 Ford LTD patrol car was totaled. . Gaylesville man charged with rape GAYLESVILLE - A Gaylesville man was arrested and charged with rape, and burglary Tuesday, Cherokee County Sheriff Jack Smith said. The" 22-year-old was arrested near Gaylesville, Smith said. ' Smith Said the man .is charged with raping a Gaylesville woman . r it ;t; -I . i- ; ' V ;-. . ! -. . . . . .1 7 .. , - ..' 1 ' - " ' ' "" ' " " " - - - '

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