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Police search wooded area for ' gun fanatic9 TALLADEGA A Talladega police canine unit on a training exercise Thursday discovered a campsite they believe was used by Larry Donald George, the "gun fanatic" on the run from the law since the murder of two Talladegans last Friday. But Police Chief Mike Hamlin said the campsite appeared to be three or four days old and authorities were unable to find the 32-year-old suspect during an extensive search of the wooded area around the campsite. Police believe George wounded his estranged wife, Geraldine, and killed two , people in a next-door apartment with the same 9 mm pistol. Hamlin said police immediately secured the perimeter of the wooded area after they discovered the campsite and called in bloodhounds from the St. Clair Correctional Facility to assist in a search of the woods between Bemiston and Alabama 21. Hamlin said police discovered some evidence around the campsite that indicated the campsite was used by George, although he declined to say what that evidence was. Hamlin said the campsite is more than 10 miles from Moxley's Crossroads, where the 1975 Mercury Cougar George allegedly used as a getaway car was discovered covered with brush in a wooded area. George is an Army Reserve member and is thought to have received specialized training in weapons and survival techniques, Hamlin said. He is believed to be armed. Police are offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of George. George is believed to be responsible for the murders of 29-year-old Janice Morris of Talladega and 24-year-old Ralph Swann of Alpine. Mrs. George was listed in stable condition this morning at Can-away Methodist Medical Center in Birmingham. A Varrant charging George with attempted murder has been issued. Nine suspects in drug ring face preliminary hearings PIEDMONT The nine suspects arrested as part of a two-month undercover drug investigation in Piedmont face March 25 preliminary hearings in Calhoun County District Court. All are now free on bond. The final arrest came earlier this week when a Piedmont man turned himself in to police. Cedric Prater, 22, of S15 N. Church St. was charged with two counts of distribution of a controlled substance and two counts of unlawful sale of a controlled substance within a mile of a school campus, police said. He has been released on 120,000 bond. Prater and eight other Piedmont area residents were nabbed by Piedmont police, state Alcohol Beverage Control agents and Calhoun County sheriff's deputies after an ABC agent went undercover In Piedmont, authorities said. The other suspects include Lavon Smith, 35; Joel Gowens, 21; David Alan Stitts, 25; Alonzo Ross Stitts, 23; Alvin Jack Roach Jr., 29; Eric Law, 27; Gary Todd Hendon, 25; and Brian Walker, 24, police said. The operation ended Friday when police began arresting the nine subjects, who were charged with 14 counts of unlawful Hart cancels train trip MONTGOMERY (AP) - Democratic presidential candidate Gary Hart has canceled a Southern train trip that was supposed to bring him to Anniston this weekend. Hart's state campaign chairman, Circuit Judge Billy Burney of Moulton, said, "It has to do with the poor showings he made and a train trip is pretty expensive." Burney said Hart is concentrating on the few remaining primaries before Alabama's Super Tuesday primary and should visit the state before the March 8 vote. His campaign headquarters is "in the process of rescheduling his campaign appearances in the South," Burney said. One in three families reports alcohol abuse BIRMINGHAM - An estimated 28 million Americans have at least one alcoholic parent and one in three families currently reports alcohol abuse by a family member. With this in mind, the University of Alabama in Birmingham will offer a seminar that addresses the problems facing young and adult children of alcoholics on Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Instructor Cathleen Brooks, founder and executive director of Next Step, is nationally recognized for her pioneering work with children, adolescents and adults from chemically-dependent families. She is president and founding board member of the National Association of Alcoholics and is the author of "The Secret Everyone Knows." Cost of the workshop is $75. For more information, call 1 934-7451 or 1 800 223-7817. Youth Legislature set to elect new officers Over 200 high school student leaders from around the state will be in Anniston on Saturday for the electoral college of the Alabama State YMCA Youth Legislature. The event marks the 40th Anniversary of the organization. The students will be electing several of the Youth Legislature's executive officers for this year, said Coke Williams, Jr., this year's state youth governor. Several students from Anniston area schools are running for office, Williams said. The student particpating in the college have each been chosen by their clubs from around the state as electors. Nearly 800 Tho docliot distribution of a controlled substance and 10 counts of unlawful distribution on or near a school campus, police said. None of the suspects was charged with selling to school children on campus, said Piedmont Public Safety Commissioner Rod Douglas. Centre woman is arrested in connection with theft CENTRE A 25-year-old Centre woman was arrested Thursday morning and charged in connection with the theft of money from a local grocery store, Centre police said. Marilyn Wright was free this morning on $5,000 bond, authorities said. She was charged with theft of property in the second degree in connection with the theft of an unspecified amount of money from the D.T. Day Grocery store, police said. Anniston robbery suspect faces preliminary hearing A 20-year-old Anniston robbery suspect faced a preliminary court hearing today in connection with a New Year's Day armed holdup of an Eastaboga convenience store. Christopher Lee Bo bo is charged with armed robbery in connection with a holdup at Skinner's Super Stop No. 2 on U.S. 78, according to the Calhoun County Sheriff's Department. During the incident, a robber armed with a handgun took more than $1,000 cash from the business. Deputies arrested Bobo several weeks after the robbery. The court hearing will determine if there is enough evidence to refer Bobo's case to a grand jury for further investigation and possible indictment. Roanoke man dies in head-on collision HEFLIN A 20-year-old Roanoke man died Thursday morning after the car he was riding in collided head-on with anoth car after it exploded, according to Bill Lambert, Cleburne County deputy coroner. Columbus Craven was listed in satisfactory condition at Regional Medical Center this morning. Chadwick was taken by helicopter to Carraway Methodist Medical Center in Birmingham and was listed in critical condition this morning. Witnesses had reported Chadwick to police for reckless driving early Thursday morning. Sanders wasn't injured in the crash. Area. Gtofo briofo students in grades 8 through 12 particpate in the program statewide, Williams said. City council's salary vote to be taken on Tuesday A proposal to almost double salaries for the next Anniston City Council will be voted on Tuesday. The proposal came up for a vote in a special meeting Thursday night, but Mayor Bill Robison would not consent to an immediate vote. On the measure's second reading Tuesday, no unanimous consent is necessary. The proposal, which would affect officeholders with terms beginning Oct. 3, is possible because of a state bill signed Thursday by Gov. Guy Hunt, authorizing the council to set salaries. With its new authority, the city proposed paying the mayor $4,800 plus $200 for each meeting he or she attends raising it from a current salary of $6,000 to a possible $9,600. The vice mayor's current salary of $3,000 would be raised to $3,600 plus $150 for each meeting. The other three council members would be raised from $3,000 to $3,600 plus $100 per meeting. If council members attended both regular meetings each month, the total cost of council salaries would increase from $18,000 a year to $34,800 a year. The increase is likely to pass with councilmen Jerre Ford, Chester Weeks and Pink Junior Wood all expected to support it. Language arts tournament scheduled for March 2 A language arts tournament for all area high school juniors and seniors will be at Southern Union State Junior College on March 2. The purpose of the tournament is to recognize excellence in language arts. Five two-year scholarships will be awarded to first-place seniors in the categories of composition, extemporaneous peaking, American literature, English literature and creative writing. Students interested in participating can contact school counselors or the Wadley campus of Southern Union at 395-2211. er car on Alabama 9, four miles south of Heflin, state troopers said. Kenneth Craven was pronounced dead at the scene after the car exploded immediately after the 8:57 a.m. collision. The driver of the other car, Darrell Chadwick, 20, of Cedartown, Ga., was traveling south on Alabama 9 on the wrong side of the road, state troopers said. Chadwick sideswiped a third car driven by Sylvester Sanders of Delta, then collided head-on with Craven's car. Craven's father, Columbus Craven, was driving the car at the time of the accident. He crawed about 50 feet from the burning MORTOAOE FORECLOSURE SALE Default Having been mad In the payment of tha IndaMadnau se cured By that cartaln mortgage ex ecuted a Claude o. Dickers, Jr., and wMa, Peggy Dtckerten, Hi Cef-taterol Investment Company an June It IMS, MM mortgage being recorded In ma Office a the Judge af Probata af Calhaun Caunty, Alabama. In Reel Volume 14)7, Record af Mortgages, at paa 532. and tub-seguentfy transferred and tttlpnod ta New iavMi Federal Saving Bank, by Instrument recorded In Real Vel- wna leM, al page 17a, tha under- tlgnad, Naw South Fadaral Savings Bank, at haldar, vndar and by virtue at ma power at ua contained in mm martgaga. will Mil at public autcrv ta tha highest bidder tar cath. In front af tha CeurtheuM In Annltten, Calhaun Caunty, Alabama, an Feb ruary je, I tea. awing ma legal hours af mm), tha following described raal ttata, situated In Calhaun Caunty, ta-wH: Let at, occerdlng ta tha map af Railing HUH Subdivision, lat Addition, and racardad In Plat Bee "X", Paga St. In tha Offlca af tha Probata Judga, Calhaun Caunty, Alabama. Thlt mm) il mada far tha purpose at paying tna inao osteite ts secured by MM martgaga. at wall at tha expenses af foreclosure. Naw South Fadaral Saving! Bank Robert R. Sextan Tingle, Sexton, Murvln. Wetsen Botes Svtta tea. Park Plaoa Tower Birmingham. AL 35303 Fab. S, It, 1, 1MI NOTICB OF LAW SUIT CIRCUIT COURT CALHOUN COUNTY TO: KaHh Karma n You ara notified that In Cose Ns. CV t7 Sat entitled Colonial Bank af Cat! Cantral Alabama Vt. Keith Carman In thlt Court Mara It Banding a Complaint, wherein In Caunt I Plaintiff ctalmt tl.tM.at ptut Interest, ettemey't feet and costs dua Plaintiff by that cartaln Simple In-tarett note, disclosure and security agreement given by Defendant on or abaut tha Ttth day at July, Itt7, under which Oafandant It tn dafault. In Caunt II af uM cemplelnt. Plaintiff clalmi t4.IM.St phn Intarait, attarnayt faat, and cattt dua Plaintiff by that certain precomputed nata, disclosure, and security egree- tha tth day af Augutt. Itee, undar which oafandant it in dafault. Yau ara required ta antwar In writing ta thlt Camplalnt within thlrth (SO) da yi attar lail publication, by serving a copy af your antwar an Attornay Jay P. Pumrey, whoia addratt It 14)1 Letghten Ava.. P.O. Box 2333. Annlttan, AL 34 202, and, by filing the original af your antwar In tha Office of the Clerk of thlt Court. Thlt Com It assigned to Judge Samuel H. Monk. R. Perrett Debblnt CIRCUIT COURT CLERK Feb. S. 12, It, 2e Ittt ADVB RTISKMKNT FOR BIDS RENOVATION TO TROOP LATftlNBSHOWER, COOSA ANNEX TRAINING SITE. TALLA-DSOA, ALABAMA Sealed Mdt will be received by The Armory Commission of Alabama at the State Military Department Annex BulMIng, 1710 Federal Drive, (P.O. Box )71l), Montgomery, Alabama, until 1:00 p.m.. CST, Tuesday, March 1. IMS, ta make renovations to troop latrlnothewer at the Coosa Annex Training site, Talladega. Alabama, at which time and place they will be publicly opened and read In tho Conference Room, (Room lot), of the State Military Department. Certified chocks or bM bonds payable to Tho Armory Commission of Alabama In an amount not less then five (S) percent of the e mount of the bid. but In no event more than 110,000 par prelect, mutt accompany the bidder's proposal. Performance and Payment bonds will be required at the signing of the contract. Plant and specifications are open to public Inspection at the Stete Military Department Annex, 1710 Federal Drive, Office of tho Contracting Officer for The Armory Commission of Alabama, Montgomery, AL MIOt. (Telephone 171-7171). Plant and tpeclflcetlent may be obtained upon payment of 1)0.00 deposit tar each tot requested. The prepoMl forms may be obtained upon payment of a IS. to bid foe. Beth the Wd foe and the deposit. In the form of separate money orders or certified checks mode payable to The Armory Commission of Alabama, should be submitted to the Stete Property and Disbursing Officer, P.O. Bax 1711, Montgomery, AL Mltt-4701. The deposit only will be refunded If the plant and specifications are returned In good condition, transportation charges prepaid, to the Ittuing office within ten (It) dayt after the bids opening. Liquidated damages for delay of completion will be assessed. All bidders bidding In amount! exceeding SIMM mutt be licensed under the provisions of Title 34, Chapter t. Cede of Alabama, lt75. RICHARD B. STONE Colonel, AL ARNO Retired Contracting Officer The Armory Commission of Alabama Feb. S, It, It, ittt MORTGAOE FORECLOSURE Defaulthaving been mode In the payment of the Indebtedness to-cured by that certain mortgage executed Nby Reuben T. Marsh and wife, Eunice F. Marsh to Colleteral Investment Company an the tth day of March, itti, said mortgage being recorded In the off Ice of the Judge of Probate af Calhoun Caunty, Alabama In Book ISM, Page tTt. Said mortgage wat transferred on December 1, lMt ta AmSouth Mort- Cemaan Inc. being recorded in Book -f ft r: Page 4SS, aforesaid The undersigned, AmSouth Mortgage Company, Inc., at transferee, under and by vlrtua of tho power of sale contained in Mid mortgage, will Mil at public outcry to the hlgest Olvo Dlood to Tho Rod Cross bMdar tar cash. In front of the Main entrance of the Court House In Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama, on the 17th day of Merch, Ittt Owing the legal heart of sale, the fetewtng escribed reel estate, situated In Calhaun County, Alabama, to-wtl: Lot 41. as shewn on the mop of Ken TIM Subdivision at recorded In the Office oof the Judge of Probate of Calhaun County, Alabama In Fiat Booh T, at Page II; tltuated hi Calhaun County, Alabama. This mm) It mode for the purpott by Mid mortgage, et well ot the expenses of foreclosure. AmSouth MaHgaes Company, Inc. Transferee W. L. Longshore, Jr. LONGSHORE, EVANS LONGSHORE Attorney for Transferee Ittt City Federal BulMIng Birmingham, Alabama ISM! Phone: 231-7441 Feb. S. 11 4 It, Ittt SHERIFF'S SALE REAL ESTATE The Stete of Alabama, Calhoun County By virtue of an execution Issued out of the District Court of Celheun County, Alebeme, end to me directed whereby I, et Sheriff of MM County, wet commanded to moke the turn of SIXTY A M1M Dollars, principal and Interest, end THIRTY ONE 4 tO100 Dollert, costs of suit, the ame-mt af a certain ludgmont end cattt therein ebtolned at the Fell Term. Itt7, af mm Court of mm County, Alabama, in favor ot DavM E. Donaldson against Doug Event, P.O. Box 114, Ohatchee, AL 3271, I hove levied upon end will toll to the highest bidder tor cash, at public sale, at the Court House doer of MM County, II o'clock a.m., ON MONDAY, THE 14 DAY OF MARCH, Ittt, all the right, title and Interest of the above named Doug Event In and ta the following described real estate, vli: Sec. OS Tip. ISS Rng. ME Eva Louisa Smith's Property Let II Thlt 1 day of Feb., Ittt Roy C. Snood, "Jr., Sheriff Petted at Court House door Feb. 2, Ittt Rev C. Sneed. Jr- Sheriff Feb. S. 12, It, Ittt MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE NOTICE Default having been made In the terms of that certain mortgage executed on Augutt 7, IMS, by Stefan K. Winn and Rhonda D. Winn to Anniston Federal Savings 4 Loon Association, which MM mortgage It recorded In the Offlca of rho Probate Judge of Celheun County, Alabama, at Beak 1440, Page 444, and default continuing, and by virtue of tho power of sale contained In MM mortgage, the following described property will be teM at public outcry, for cath, ta the highest bidder, In front of the CeurtheuM door of MM County (not the Administration BulMIng), during the legal hours of sale en: February 24, Ittt. A parcel of land tltuated on the West tide of Center Avenue In the City of Piedmont, Alabama, being located In the NEVe of the NW of Section S. Township I) South, Range It Best, as recorded In the Office of the Judge of Probate of Calhoun County, Alabama, and more particularly described at follow!: From the North boundary of Hoed Street (formerly Delaware Street), extending from Main Street, a! recorded In Piedmont Land and Development Company Subdivision, recorded In Plat Book "1" at page 70, and the West boundary of Center Avenue; thence Northerly and along tho Mid West boundary of Center Avenue Curve a distance of ltt.t feet for tho point of beginning; thence continue Northerly along the curve of tho West boundary of Cantor Avenue a distance of tS.l feet; thence South M dog. St mln. West a distance of 111.4 toot to on alloy (It feet wMe) of the Piedmont Land and Improvement Subdivision, thence South 04 dag. 47 mln. East and along the said alley a distance of tt.t feet; thence North n dog. IS mln. East a distance of Mt.t foot to the point of beginning. Situated In Celheun County, Alabama. Said MM It made for the purpose of paying tho mortgage debt and the costs of foreclosure. BOLT, ISOM. JACKSON 4 BAILEY, P.C. Attorney! for Mortgagee By: C.B. Item Pott Office Box Met Annlttan, AL 34201 (MS) 2)7-4441 Feb. S, 11, It, Ittt SHERIFF'S SALE REAL ESTATE The State of Alabama, Calhoun County By virtue of an execution Issued out of the Circuit Court of Btewoh County, Alabama, and to mo directed whereby I, at Sheriff of Mid County, wot commanded to maka tho turn of TWENTY TWO THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED TWENTY NINE 4 04100 Detlers, principal and Interest, and SEVENTY FIVE 4 00100 Dalian, costs of suit, the amount of a certain ludgmont and cattt therein obtained at the Poll Term, IMS, of MM Court of told County, Alabama, In favor of SouthTrutt Bank of Etowah County against Larry j. Miller, P.O. Box SMt, Glencoe, AL 3305, I have levied upon and will Mil to the highest bidder for cosh, at public sale, at the Court Home door of MM County, II o'clock a.m., ON MONDAY, THE 14 DAY OP MARCH, Ittt, all the right, title and interest of the above named Lorry J. Miller In and to the following described real estate, vli: Sec. 17 Ttp. I)S Rng. 07 E Property of J.B. Stone Lot 1 cent. 17 act Calhoun Co. Sec. 17 Ttp- 13S Rng. 07E Property of J.B. Stone Lot I Calhoun Co. Sec. 17 Ttp. IIS Rng. 07E Property of J.B. Stone Lot 4 cant, t.l ac Calhoun Co. Sec. 17 Ttp. IIS Rng. 07B Property of J.B. Stone Lot 1 cent. IS act Calhoun Co. Thlt 1 day of Feb., ltM Roy C. Sneed, Jr., Sheriff Potted at Court Homo doer 2-2, Ittt Roy C. Sneed, Jr Sheriff fob. , Ij, it, ittt MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE NOTICE Default hevlng been mode In the terms of that certain mortgage executed en February it, itu, by Curtis Neel Brooks to Anniston Federal Savings 4 loan Association, which seM mortgage It recorded In the Office of the Probate Judge of Celheun County, Alabama, at Book IS7), Pago 7M, and default continuing, and by virtue of the power of tale contained In teid mortgage, the following described property will be teM at public outcry, for cash, ta the highest bidder, In front of the CeurtheuM deer of Mid County (not the Administration Building), during the legel hours of tale on: Febru-ary it, ittt. Part of Block SI, Oxford, Alabama, described at beginning et the south east corner thereof, thence north along the east Una of Block SI, a distance of IS feet, thence west perellel to the south line of Block SI, a distance of 74 feet, thence south and paralMI to the test line of Block 51 a distance of 15 feet to tho south line of Block SI, thence east 74 feet to the paint of beginning. Said sale It mode for tho pureoM of paying the mortgage debt and the costs of foreclosure. BOLT. ISOM, JACKSON 4 BAILEY, P.C. Attorney! for Mortgagee oy: s-.e. item Pest Office Bex Met Anniston, AL MM1 (MS) 117-4041 Feb. 5, 12, It, ltM MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE NOTICE Default having been mode In tha terms of that certain mortgage executed on September II, 1M0, by Curtis Neal Break! to Annlttan Federal Savings 4 Loon Attecletlen, which Mid mortgage It recorded In the Office of the Probata Judge of Calhoun County, Alabama, at Book 'SIB, Page 4M, and default continuing, and by virtue of tho power of talo contained In said mortgage, the following described property will be teM at public outcry, for cash, ta the highest bidder. In front of the CeurtheuM deer of said County (not the Administration Building), during the legal hours of ule on: February 24, Ittt. Black SI, Oxford, Alabama Less and except the property of Zona Brook! described as beginning on the Eait line of Humphries Street 44 feet South of the Northwest corner of Block SI, thence East and parallel ta Tth Street 41 feet; thence Easterly 47 feet to a point 41 foot South of the South line of 7th street, thence Eait and perellel ta the South line of Tth Street ta the Beit line of MM Block SI, thence South 47 feet, thence West and parallel ta Tth Street Its foot ta the Eait line of Humphries street. thence North 4) feet to tho point of Beginning. SaM Mia Is mada for the nurseM of paying the mortgage debt and tho costs of foreclosure. BOLT, ISOM, JACKSON 4 BAILEY, P.C. Attorney! for Mortgage! By: C.B. Item Pott Office Box Mot Anniston. AL 34202 (MS) 237-4441 Fob. S, 12. It, Ittt NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE Default having been mode In the payment of the indebtedness to-cured by that certain mortgage executed by William R. Perry, a married man, on tho I tth day of November, IMS, ta The Bonk of Oxford, Alabama, (now known ai Colonial Bonk Northern Region, Oxford, Alabama), mm mortal to being recorded M the Office el the Probate Judge of Celheun County, Alabama, In Mortgage Book 14S1, et Page 143, en tho Mth day of November, leas, and defewtt having been mode in the payment of the hetobtedneu to-cured by that certain martgaga executed by William R. Perry, a married man, on the Tth day of February, Ittt, ta Ceieniel link of East Central Alabama (new known at Celenlal Bonk Northern Region, Oxford. Alabama), slid mortgage being nearest In the Office of the Probate Judge of Celheun County, Alabama, In Mortgage look 1451, at Page SM, en the lire day of February, Ittt, and default having been mode M tho payment of the Indebtedness secured by that certain mortgage executed by William R. Parry, a married men, en the 11th day of May, IM7, ta Ceieniel Bonk of Rett Control Alabama (new known et Ceieniel Bank Northern Region, Oxford. Alabama), Mid mortgage being recorded In the Office of the Prabata Judge of Calhaun County, Alabama, In Mai Igaga Beak 1 701, page MS, en the llth dey of May, It7, the underilgnod. Colonial Bonk Northern Region, Oxford, Alabama (succaiier ta The Bonk of Oxford, Alabama, and Celenlal Bank of East Control Alabama), Mortgage!, by reason of such default having declared all of the Indebtedness secured by said mortgage! due and payable, and such default continuing, notice It hereby given that acting under the power of sale contained In mM mortgage t. Colonial Bank Hoi Ihei n Region, Oxford, Alabama (successor to The Bonk of Oxford, Alabama, and Celenlal Bonk of Best Cantral Alabama), Mortgagee, will Mil at public outcry tor cosh ta tho highest bidder. In front of the South deer of the Celheun County Ceurthe-JM, In the City of Annlttan, Calhaun County, Alabama, during the legal hours of sole on tho 23th day of February, Ittt. the fel tearing described reel property situated In Calhoun County, Alabama, to-wtf: Beginning at a point en the west line of Section 34. Township 14 South, Range 7 Bast, Calhaun County, Alabama. 1477.3S feet north of the southwest corner of MM Met ion; thence east a dlstence of M.I foot to the south lino of Cress Crook Drive; thence continue oast along tho lauth lino of MM Cress Crook Drive a distance of 4M.I feet ta tho paint of beginning; thence south at e do-Hoctlen of I4S.I foot; thence oest at on Interior angle of It degree! si mln. a distance ot Its.! foot; thence North ot an Intarter angle at M dog. M mln., a distance of 14S.I foot to the Muth Mae of Cress Crook drive; thence west at on Interior angle of It dog. 51 mln. a distance of 103.1 foot ta tho point of beginning; tltuated, lying and being In Celheun Caunty, Alabama, al oIm known ot Lot to. Cress Crook 1st Addition, a map or plat of which h) recorded In Plot boek Z, at Pago TX In the Prabata Office of Calhoun County, Alabama. Said mm will be mode tubect ta any existing iient, encumbrances, or special assessments, if any, which might edversely affect tho title ta SaM MM will purpose of paying tha Indebtedness secured oy will be applied ai provided by the terms of mM mortgages. COLONIAL BANK - NORTHERN REGION, OXFORD, ALABAMA, successor to COLONIAL BANK OF EAST CENTRAL ALABAMA, and THE BANK OF OXFORD, ALABAMA, Mortgagee JAY F. PUMROY AftTrfnfry ft? ArefeyJfafoM 14)1 Utghtan Avenue Anniston, Alabama MM1 (MS) 234-4222 Feb. 5, 11, It, ltM STATE OP ALABAMA COUNTY OF CALHOUN MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE NOTICE Default having been mode In tho terms of a mortgage executed by BANT A. KELLAMS and WlfO. MARGARET E. KELLAMS, to COLONIAL BANK OF BAST CENTRAL ALABAMA, OXFORD, ALA BAMA, on the !7th day of October, Ittt, which MM martgaga la recorded in Book loll. Page 420, Probate Office of Calhoun County. Ala bama, ana mm default continuing, we, the undersigned, will Mil at public outcry for cash ta tho highest bidder In front of the Courthouse doer of mm county. In Anniston, Alabama, between the legal hours of mm) en me zem say ot poBruory, ltM, the following described property! All the portion of the North Half (NVt) of the Northeast Quartar (neuo et section Sixteen (it), Township Thirteen (11) South, Range seven (7) Beit, lying West of me L4N Railroad, together with that certain M feet oatomont tar Ingress to and egress from said property, said easement being de scribed In that certain dead re corded In Book "1455", Pago 447, Probata Office, Celheun County, Al abama. Thl! MM II made for the purpose of paying the Indebtedness secured by MM mortgage, at well as the expenses ot foreclosure. MAIN AND SMITH BY: CAR Y F. SMITH AttftVTfMy fc AMSOUTH BANK, N.A. P.O. BOX list ANNISTON, AL 34202 (MS) 237-tOOO Fob. 5, 12, It, ltM STATE OP ALABAMA COUNTY OF CALHOUN NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE Default having been mode In the payment of the principal debt secured by mortgage executed by Alexander O. Sextan and wife, Janice Sexton, In favor of Gllllt B. Powell, Jr., doted S23S7 and recorded In the Office of the Judge of Probata of Celheun County, Alabama, In Book 1711 et Pago 34, on 11111, and the whole Indebtedness thereby secured Is duo and payable en MM mortgage u susect ta foreclosure, notice It hereby given that under Cede of Alabame I35-I0-) and at provided In teM mortgogo, the undersigned will en March 4, ltt. during tho Mgal hours of mm), mm at public outcry ta the highest bidder for cash before the Courthouse door. In the City of Anniston. Ceuntv of Celheun, Alabama, the real estate described In and conveyed by Mid mortgage, the same being tltuated In the Caunty of Calhoun. State of Alabama, and described at follows, to-wlt: Beginning at a point In the Wott line of the SEW of the NtVk of Section 14, Township It South, Range I East, Ml feet North of the Southwest corner; thence North along land line io toot; mence Norm at degrees Eett MO feet; thence North tt degrees 20 minutes East 170 feet to the public read; thence South weard along said road 240 foot; thence seutn at degrees won i,im toot to beginning, containing S acres and being tho same property conveyed oy mitcneii m. Brevet to Richard D. Sawyer and wife, Joan S. Sewyer, by deed doted April a, test, and recorded In the Probata Office of Celheun County, Alabama, In Boek iez, peso ese. Subiect to easements, restrictions. and reservations appearing of re- ro. Said MM and conveyance will also be mode tubect tt existing Federal Tax Llont, andor Special Assessments, If any, which might adversely effect title to tublect property. such mm) win be made at provided In the Coda of Alabama and In said mortgage with Interest thereon, any amount required ta be paid for tax es. Insurance or ether charges pro vided in mm mortgage, and the expense of foreclosure, Including a roasenaote enerneyt too. GILLIS E. POWELL. JR. MORTGAGEE JOSEPH Pi BORG Attorney ot Law CAPOUANO, WAMPOLO, PRE-STWOOD 4 SANSONE, P.A. ISO Adams Avenue Montgomery, Alabama M104 (IBS) 241 toil Feb. 5, It It, 24, ltM ADVERTISEMENT OF COMPLETION LEGAL NOTICE In accordance with C hooter 1, Title It, Cede of Alabama, lt75, notice It hereby given that Eugene Turner, General Contractor. Inc. . Contractor hot completed the Con- Page SB The Anniston tract for Cewttructlen of Group the CalhounCleburne Mantel Hoe tth Beard. Inc. et Alexandria, Alabama for the Stete of Alebeme end the CeilteunCleburne Mental Health Beard, Inc. Owners, end hove made rigueit for final settlement of said Contract All par-sent hevlng any ctmlm for labor, materlels or otherwise In connection with this prefect should Immodlelet-ly notify Jot tea m. Jenkins, AIA Architect 4 Associates. Architect. Eugene Turner, General Contractor, Inc. Centrocfor P.O. Bex 1711, AlSfMttoW AL MM! Feb. 12. It, H 4 Mar. 4, Ittt NOTICB TO DEFENOANT BY PUBLICATION District Court of Calhaun County, TO: RICKIE M. CHRISTIAN and MARY C. CHRISTIAN This It ta notify you met a Civil Action (Lawsuit) It pending In thlt court wherein COLONIAL BANK OF EAST CENTRAL ALABAMA It Plaintiff end you ere the Defendants (Com Numbers OV-t7-t07: PtelntlH clelmt tl,5)7.t2. ptut Interest, el-terneyt fees, end coats due PlelntlH by that certain Retail Installment Contract and Security Agreement (the "Promissory Note") given Ptelnttff by Defendants en or about the 17th dey of April, 1M7, under which Defendants are In default. Jamy F. Pumrey. Attorney for Plaintiff, P.O. Bex 2331, Annlttan. Alebeme 34202, has filed a sworn effidavlt that service of summons end complaint cannot be mode become the eddrett of Defendants, Is unknown end cannot with reesen-oble diligence to ascertained, and that De'endants aveM service. You ore notified by thlt puMlcetien ta answer In writing to MM lew suit by tiling si me with the Clerk of this Court end forwarding a copy of Answer ta the Plelntlff t attorney, within thirty (M) days offer the lest puMlcetten or default will be entered against you for failure to answer or Merle S. TMwell Clerk of MM Court. Feb. q It, M 4 Mar. 4, ltM MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE NOTICE efault hevlng been mode In the terms of that certain mortgage executed en July M, Ittt by James Denton, Attorney-in-Fact for Crow Development, Inc. and James L. Denton, President of DMS Development, Inc. to SouthTrutt lank af Calhoun County which sold mortgage It recorded In the Office of the Predate Judge of Calhoun County, Alabame at Book 1411, page 24, end default continuing, and by virtue of the power of sale contained In MM mortgage, the fel lowing described property will be toM et public outcry, for cash, to tho highest bidder, in frant of the CeurtheuM deer of MM County (net the Administration Building), during the legal hourt of MM en: Merch 4, ltM. Lets I, 2, ), 4, S. 4. 7, a. t, 10, 11, 12, end IXas shewn en the Plat of the property of Webb Lumber Company Resubdlvlstan of a part of Block 4 oi.d Bieck S of S. E. Boozer's Resub-dlvlslen of a part of Robert l Tetten't Map of Furnace Property Woodstock iron end Steel Corporation,' mM plat being mada by E. M. Smith, Registered Surveyor, Ale. 1715, dated January 24, 1H2, said plat being recorded In Plot Book "O". at Page 13. In the Office of the Judge of Prabata of Calhoun County. Alabama; Mid property being situated In the City of Annlttan. Calhoun County, Alabama. LESS AND EXCEPT: That portion of the above-described property deeded ta tho City of Annlttan for rotecottan of 15th Street, MM deed recorded In Deed Book 1417, ot Page Do, In the Office of tha Judge of Probate of Calhoun County, SaM MM It mode far tho purpose of paying tho mortgogo debt and the costs of foreclosure. BOLT, ISO, JACKSON 4 BAILEY Pott Office BOX MM Annlttan, AL 34202 (MS) 1)7-4441 Fob. 12, It 4 24. ItM MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE NOTICE Default having been mode In the terms of that cartaln mortgage executed en January T, ltM, by Barry Lund and Mary Wright Lund to MILTON LEE BENEFIELD and EVA GAY BENEFIELD, which MM mortgage It recorded In the Office of the Probata Judge of Calhoun Coun ty, Alabama, at Book 1457, page it, and default continuing, and bv vir tue of the power of MM contained In MM mertgege, the felMwIng described property will be MM at public outcry, for cath, to I highest bidder, m front of I Courthouse door (net the Adminis tration BulMIng) of Mid County, during tho legal hourt of sale on: March 7, ItM. Lett 41 through 14, Inclusive, In lock I, of tho Reaves Subdivision, according ta tho map recorded In Plot Book F, Pege 44, In the Probata Office of Calhoun County, Alabama; situated, lying and being In Calhoun County, Alabama. SaM MM It made for tho purpose of paying the mortgage debt and tho costs of foreclosure. BOLT, ISOM, JACKSON 4 BAILEY, P.C. Attorneys for Mortgagee By: C.B. Item Pott Office Box MM Annlttan, AL MM2 (MS) 117-4441 Fob. It, 14, Mar. 4. ItM MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE NOTICB Defouit having boon made In the terms of that certain mortgage executed on December t, lt77, and assumed by agreement doted June 17, 104, by Eric Stringer ta Annlttan Federal Savlngt 4 Leon, which Mid mortgage It recorded In the Office of the Probata Judga of Calhaun County, Alabama, at Book 1451, page Ml, and default continuing, and by virtue of the power of MM contained In MM mortgogo, tho fel lowing described property will be told et public outcry, for cath, to tho highest Bidder, In front of the CeurtheuM doer (not the Administration BulMIng) of Mid County, during tho Meal hourt of sale en: March II, int. Lot 5 at shewn on the map of T.G. McNoron't Subdivision recorded In the Office of tho Judge of Probate of Celheun County, AI., In Plot Boek "B", Pege It. SeM MM It mode for the purpose of paying the mortgage debt end the costs of foreclosure. BOLT, ISOM, JACKSON 4 BAILEY Attorneys for Mortgagee By: C.E. Item P.O. Bex Met Annlttan, AL 34202 (MS) 1)7-4441 Feb. It, It, Mar. 4, ltM ANNOUNCEMENTS ERROR NOTICE NOTICE IN EVENT OF ERROR In Your Classified Ads Notify Classified De partment at once! Advertisers are encouraged to check the first insertion. THE NEWSPAPER CAN NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ER RORS AFTER THE FIRST DAY. Open Dally I AM til 5 PM Saturdays, I AM til 11 Noon The Anniston Star CLASSIFIED ADS 236-1551 Star, Friday, Feb. 19, 1988 ERROR n NOTICE V NOTICE! You May Now CHARGE , Your Classified Ads SPECIAL O NOTICE O CMseeut- There's never boon e better time to save money on windows 4 doors then new. Cell Mike et Ul-toit. GUN SHOW Presented by Alebeme Gun Collectors Assoc. Feb. M 4 11, ItM Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center Exhiblttan Hell Set., t AM to S PM Sun., 1:30 AM to 1 PM PERSONALS Happy 60th Birthday Bob Hand I Billy B. Caddy will not be responsible for eny debts other then my ewn es of February 1 4th, ItM. LOST AND FOUND COCKER Sr ANIEL found around Wellborn School arei. cell 234-4450 after 4 PM. FOUND hi front of Am Vet Pott en McOettan Blvd. large ereje 4 white tomcat, 1 ear folds dawn. Cod tao-Ttav. FOUND: Tan dog, Mss then 1 yeer oM, wearing camouflage caller. Vicinity of 10th St. School. 230-152$. LOST- 20 lb. tan mixed breed dog, answers to AI. $50 Reward. 236-5358, or after 5, 236-4842. LOST: Femota Labrador Retriever. 1 yrs. eM. Whitish-yellow. Vicinity of Weaver. 120-2454. SERVICES OFFERED 101 REMODELING aluminum Carports J. D. Hess Vinyl Siding & Remodeling Storm windows. QuBttty nwtajHstat. Pro-fessionel Installation. Col 00-4444. ANY TYPE OF REMODELING, rooms, perches, decks, pointing 4 roofing, etc. Clyde Hall 4 Sent, ttMOll or IT2-3044. Barnes Masonry Co. Brtck 4 Mocawerk of any trvo. 1$ ye experience. Free estimate. 435 net. CARPENTRY 4 HOME REPAIRS n Yeirs Exp. No Job too Small. Mickey Cartee Mondoy thru Soturdoy 114-7177 CORNELIUS HOME IMPROVEMENT Boeuttful super steel siding 4 vinyl. OvoTleoWoOnQ Wigittows oovorad. Storm Free eittmetes. CoN I3I-55O0. DON MCLEROY & CO. Cerpentry, plumbing 4 electrical work. 234-0044. FREE ESTIMATES Ing, Tony Ortffkw PO-3742 or BUtSl. HOME IMPROVEMENTS, any type. Cerpentry, pointing, noting, rooms, baths, decks, carports 4 fleer supports. Free estimates. 237-02(3. HOME REPAIRS 4 REMODELING - At) pna mMttory, 11 yrs tap. Ray, TO-5454. McNeal's Home Imp. Vinyl 4 Aluminum SMIng, Roofing, Room Additions, Docks, Beth end Kitchen. Free Estimates. 237-274 Need Vinyl Siding? "Cell The Professionals" Houtecreft Siding 4 Remodeling 120 W. 40th St. 217-4432 Reeves Siding & Remodeling "SIDE WITH US" Vinyl & Alum. Siding COMPLETE HOME REMODELING" Free Estimate Financing Available 236-7242 236-7257 Ken Reeves, Owner REPAIRS, Cerpentry, Electric, Plumbing, Roofing 4 Concrete It years experience Cell 237-tlTt, otk for Sam S & S Seamless Gutters No Rust-No Pointing Reg. Free Estimates. Cell 035-1530 Seamless Alum. Gutters Vinyl 4 Aluminum Siding, Carports. KMMWTI HOWMtt liOflllV MjoUV. SHEETROCK AH types banging, finishing 4 repairing. free osnmosos. SJ-4QV ask tor Lewis. SPECIALIZE In remodeling, roam additions 4 drop ceilings. Free ettlmetet. Ph. Jehn WIIKorsen, I31-1e71. Williams Construction Company Speciellied Custom Hornet 4 modeling. Call Ht-13tl. Re- WOULD LIKE TO DO BRICK 4 BLOCK work. Speclallilng In underpinning 4 greve lots. No eb toe lerge or toe smell. Phone 234-M73. 102 ROOFING Brown Roofing Co Tor 4 gravel, shingles, gutters, down spouts. 24 yrs up. attest or 237-752t. All Types of Roofing Tar 4 gravel, shingles, gutters 4 downspouts. 24 years exp. Free estimates. J.V. Smith, 236-1891 Coleman Roofing Co. Re-reeflng specialist, shingles, tar 4 gravel, yeert of experience, personal service. All work gueranteed - Licensed 4 Insured" for your pro tection. Free ettlmetet. Call 820-2147 ODD JOBS, INC. Mobil Homo Roof Topi, Houso VP goblo vonttf Insulation, motchlrtg trim. Alto, houtti ro-roofod. Call 435-6688 103 FENCING Chain Link Fence Henry B. Ginn 236-8352 Hazel Fence Co. WINTER WIRE SALE Jeff Haiel lM-gltl 131-4342

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