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Anniston, Alabama
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Monday, December 14, 1970
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10 CThr AnntHtOtt tar Monday, December, 14, 1970 Anti-rabies vaccine successful in animals Star daily record Obituaries WASHINGTON (AP - A Philadelphia scientist reported today a new rabies vaccine has shown dramatic success in laboratory animals, perhaps opening the door (or protection of humans before and after exposure to the deadly virus "The way is now open to clinical (human i trials with these preparations." said Dr T J Wiktor of the Wistar Institute n "A rabies vaccine should soon be available that can be used in man both (preventively t and after exposure to rabies " One injection of the new vaccine several hours after infection in animals, including monkeys, prevented death, he said Humans bitten or scratched by rabid animals now have to undergo painful treatment of up to 14 daily injections directly into the stomach The new vaccine, produced Irom rabies viruses multiplying in animals, tissues inside test New York 42 NOBLEST. WATER WEIGHT is seeking PROBLEM? E-LIEU3 Excess water in Hit body can b m-comfortable. E-LIM will help iron toe excess water weight We at . . . CIBSON DISCOUNT PHARMACY NO. 1 Hwy. 7a East, Oxford NATION GIBSON PHARMACY 123 Oulntird Ave. fejcomesetef Ki Onry 91.00 S & K FABRICS Just East Of The Quintard Mall On Snow Street. SIMPLICITY PATTERNS 30 OFF REGULAR PRICE WE COVER CUSHIONS AND DO SOME UPHOLSTERY WORK. Can Do Most Alterations Use Your Charge Cards 108" WIDE NYLON TRl-COT SATIN FINISH, GOOD FOR UNDER GARMENTS. MAKE YOUR OWN. SAVE MONEY. STORE HRS: Monday-Fri. 9 AM-9 PM Soturday.9 AM-6PM Hopson A man sought by Anniston police in connection with the August murder l French Hughley is being hunted in New York m connection with a second murder, according to authorities The Anniston police department has wired information on La French Hopson. HO. lor-merlv of Anniston. to police in Bullalo. N. Y. Hopson is being sought there in connection with the stabbing death of Annie .Jean Freeney. according to a wire from the Buffalo police. lo CD 3 3ll(TH-. 1.! ! StC 1 1 1 r m 19 E. 11th St. Phone 237-7541 Men's Or Ladies' 2 Pc. SUITS PLAIN DRESSES each each $100 $100 Plain each EflC Skirts & Pants JU mix or 9 $100 MATCH OR U HAMILTON CLEANERS 2501 BANKHEAD HWY 202 - SAKS - 610 WIIMER AVE. The MostExcitinq Headache News jn Years! Doctors' Tests In Treating Nervous Tension Headaches Now Made Public Non-Narcotic Tablet That Needs No Prescription Proves Just As Effective As The Expensive, Leading Pain-Relief Prescription Of Doctors. If you're one of the mans who get tense, nervous headaches, these latest tests by doctors should be of the greatest im-potance. In recent medical tests doctors proved a famous tablet that needs no prescription gises the anif complete heatlat he relief as the expensive, leading pre scription of doctors. I hese doctors' tests proved, beyond a doubt, that Anacin is just us eJet livc to relieve ten- i sion headaches, yet Anacin j needs no prescription and is far more economical. With Anacin, headache pain and iis nervous tension vanish in minutes. Despite its strength, Anacin is not narcotic. You can take it without getting dizzy or an upset stomach. Next time lake powerful, fast-acting Ainu in . Anacin Tablets give the same complete headache pain relief as the leading prescription product for which doctors wrote 21 million prescriptions last year. tubes, is much purer and speeds production of antibodies which fight the infection, he said Present vaccines are made from the tissue of animal brains or bird embryos infected with viruses. In a separate report by two Swiss scientists to an international conference on vaccines. Drs M. Abdussalam and K. Bo-gel of Geneva said present rabies vaccines are outdated "Although the vaccination of persons e'xposed to rabies was one of the earliest immunization attempts and has been widely practiced for decades, the procedure remains archaic and dangerous.'' they said At the same conference, sponsored by the Pan American Health Organization, a former U.S. Army medical researcher forecast development of vaccines against several more viruses during the 1970s. "The next decade should see the development of vaccines against individual acute viral diseases of the respiratory tract, chickenpox and perhaps hepatitis with possible beginnings toward the control of cancer and certain chronic degenerative diseases " said Dr. Maurice R Hilleman, who first alerted the United States to the imminence of an Asian flu outbreak more than 10 years ago. Samaritan flies into big ti able ANKENY. Iowa (AP) - A light plane that touched down in a snow-covered field near here to help a stranded motorist fix a broken radiator hose was destroyed when its tail clipped a fence on take-off Sunday. The Highway Patrol said the plane, piloted by Warren Ben-sley of Des Moines, landed in the field after the motorist made a radio call for help. With his radiator fixed and the plane demolished, the motorist. Charles Link of Marshall-town, then had to make another call for help. Neither Bensley nor his passenger, Lawrence Yates of Des Moines, was injured. Neph L. Bice Neph Lee Bice, 75, of Cor-dele, Ga.. died Sunday after a short illness. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Gray Brown-Service chapel with the Rev G D Waits officiating Burial will be in Edgemont Cemetery with Gray Brown-Serv ice Mortuary in charge. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs Leah Duke of Cor-dele. Ga.. and Mrs. Ruth D. Hazle of Ft. Rucker; a son. Everett L. Bice of Montgomery; a sister. Mrs Willie Kelley of Anniston ; nine grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Pallbearers will be James Drummond. Horace T tilery. James Duke, Grover West, Neal Pierce and Royce Knighton. Mr. Brice was a native of Clarksville. Tenn., and was a resident of Cordele for five years. He was a former resident of Anniston and was a member of the Glenaddie Baptist Church. Sheets Infant Frances Amanda Sheets, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sheets of Rt. 5, Anniston, died Sunday at Anniston Memorial Hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Gray Brown-Service Mortuary. Grady C. Jones Grady C. Jones, 45. of 4504 Saks Rd., Anniston, died Sunday at Anniston Memorial Hospital after a long illness. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 3 p.m. at the Saks Baptist Church with the Rev. Sherman Harper officiating Burial will be in Edgemont Cemetery with Gray Brown-Service Mortuary in charge. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Mary Cash Jones; a daughter, Karen Jones of Anniston; three sons, Dennis Jones. Ronald Jones, and Keith Jones, all of Anniston; two sisters, Mrs. Dal ton Garner of Pompano Beach. Fla. and Mrs. Billy Patty of Anniston; three brothers, Alonzo Jones of Weaver, and Dan Jones and Louis Jones, both of Florida. Pallbearers will be Fred Mc-Maham, Randell Harcrow. Mil ton Yates. David Tankerslev. Buddv Timmons and Horace Chandler Mr. Jones was a lifelong resident of Calhoun Countv He was a member of the Salts Baptist Church and was a veteran of World War II. The body will remain at the funeral home until one hour prior to services Mrs. Dewey Sills Mrs Dewev Elja Sills. 77. 118 E. 14th St.. died Sunday at her residence after a long illness Funeral services will be Tuesday at 10:30 p.m. at the Gray Brown-Service Chapel with the Rev. Dan Youngblood officiating. Burial will be in Forest-lawn Gardens with Gray Brown-Service Mortuary in charge Survivors include two daughters. Mrs. Arthur Campbell and Mrs. Gloria Ann Brvla. both of Anniston; a brother. B L. Pearce of Fayetteville. Tenn ; and two grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Tom Hin-ton. Dennis Lackev. Donald Sills. Frank Crow, Bob Pope and Ernest Clark. Mrs. Sills was a native of Randolph Countv. She was a resident of Anniston for 44 years and was a member of the Central Presbvterian Church. Briefs CLARIFICATION Mrs Gladys H Hanvey of 134 Moore St . Oxford, is not the Gladvs Hanvey who was mentioned in connection with a County Court case in Saturday s Star BAND BOOSTERS MEET The Alexandria Band Boosters will meet Tuesday at 7 30 p m in the band room LUNCHEON SET The Oxford Senior Citizens Club will have a covered dish luncheon Tuesday at 11 30 a.m. .it the Legion Hall in Oxford CIRCLE MEETS The Ladies Prayer Circle of Mt View Congregational Holiness Church will meet today at 7 p m ITA MEETS The Eulaton IT A will meet tonight at 7 at the school The lourth grade will present a special Christmas program MAALOX REG. LIQUID QQ $1.59 SPECIAL 31 ECONOMY DRUG 22nd & Noble Ph. 236-7571 Trade With: Weatherly Insurance Co. and "Keep The Change!" ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE & BONDS (EXCEPT LIFE) WEATHERLY INSURANCE COMPANY ST0P&1 WINTER DRAFTS Transparent Plastic STORM KITS STORM WINDOW KIT 39... Kit consists of 36" x 72" tough plastic sheet, 18 ft. fibre moulding and nails. STORM DOOR KIT 49. Kit consists of 36 x 84 tough plastic sheet, 21 ft. of fibre moulding and nails. At Hardware A Lumber Dealers Everywhere W. B. Burroughs ASHLAND - William Bryan Burroughs. 72. of Ashland. Rt. 1. died Saturday at Anniston Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. today at Olive Branch Baptist Church with the Rev. A. A. Jacobs and the Rev. Charles Jordan officiating. Burial was in the church's adjoining cemetery with Blair Brown-Service Funeral Home in charge. Survivors include the wife. Mrs. Mazie B. Burroughs. Ashland; a daughter, Mrs. Dianne Cleveland. Sylacauga; three sons. Don Burroughs, Ashland; Dave Burroughs. Anniston; Doug las Burroughs, Phoenix City: two brothers. Joe and Earl Burroughs, both of Ashland; three sisters, Mrs. Annie Hubbard, Lineville; Mrs. Stacie Gol-son, and Miss Nona Burroughs,; "both of Tuscaloosa; nine grand children. Pallbearers were Rickey Burroughs, Joe Burroughs Jr.. Charles Burroughs. James Burroughs. Richard Bradford and Sammie Hubbard. Mr. Burroughs was a lifelong resident of Clay County and a member of Olive Branch Baptist Church. Solitaire Wedding Set Traditional STERLING QUALITY i Full 2 Carat.... $350 DIAMONDS Very largt Stock. Any Size, Shape, Description. $5 to $7500.00 liberal terms most Gladly made open evenings til christmas Womnl ifmMhtt Of UnqvMfeMd Avtheclrf 1029 Noble St. Warp Bros. Chicago 60651 Pionoa-rs in Plastici Established 1924 Doctors Report Way That Relieves Itching, Pain Of Swollen Hemorrhoidal Tissues First ADDlication Ciiv PrnmnK Temporary Relief in Many Cases O CORRECTION O SPECIALS! NOTICE INTERRUPTION TO ELECTRIC SERVICE Tuesday, December 15, 1970 From 2:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. To maintain the high quality of service, you the customer, expects and deserves, it is often necessary to make improvements to facilities. Sometimes this requires planned interruptions to your electric service. In order to make improvements to our facilities, the Jacksonville area will be affected by such an interruption of electric service between the hours of 2:00 PM. to 3:00 P.M., Tuesday, December 15, 1970. Hwy 21 North to Maxwellborn N is bet Street from Pennsylvania Ave. to Hwy 21 Hwy 21 fromNisbet Street North to 11th Street and South to East Mountain Avenue E. Francis between 7th and 8th Ave. Area between 1st Avenue to 13th Avenue and East Mountain Avenue to 12th Street Dean Edwards Subdivision IF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS DESIRED, CALL 237-9451. Thank you, Alabama Power Company There's a most effective medication that gives prompt relief lor hours from such hemorrhoidal discomfort and actually helps shrink welling of hemorrhoidal tissues caused by the in flammation. The answer is doctor-tested Preparation IT. There's no other hemorrhoidal formula like Preparation H and it needs n6 prescription. Ointment or suppositories. 1 1:1 " ii6 o 511 0 n fe LOOK AT YOUR DRAPERIES. EVERYONE ELSE DOES. Give them new life, newNeauty with our the drapery service that assures exact length, soft decorator folds, even hemlines, square corners. You can pay more, but you cannot get better drapery service. No wonder it's ... The World's Largest Drapery Cleaning Process kmloby CLEANERS LENLOCK SHOPPING CENTER PH. 236-8257 Imprisoned Chavez wins grant NEW YORK (AP) Jailed farm labor organizer Cesar Chavez received a $225,000 grant Sunday from the Ford Foundation to help Mexican-American migrant farm workers. The foundation said the grant was to help finance seven farm workers service centers set up by Chavez's United Farm Workers Organizing Committee The centers will provide advice and legal aid on welfare. Social Security, tax returns, wage claims and other services. Chavez was jailed Dec. 4 in Salinas. Calif., for contempt of court when he refused to call off a nationwide boycott of lettuce. The boycott was announced Sept 16 in support of the UFW-OC's drive to unionize farm workers in the produce fields of the Salinas Valley. Calif., which produces 70 per cent of the nation's lettuce. Chavez earlier led a successful drivi to unionize California table gr,ipe workers. That effort also inc:Jded a nationwide boycott. LEGALS NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE STATE OF ALABAMA CALHOUN COUNT Y PROBATE COURT In the mailer of the Estate of Myrhe Edna Bittle, deceased. Letters Testamentary on the estate ol Myrtie Edna Bittle deceased, having been granted to the undersigned on th l day of December, !;o by the Hon. G. C. Brittain, Judge of Probate ol said County, notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate, are hereby required to present the same within the time allowed by law, or the same will be barred. C. J. Bittle, Executor ol the Last Will and Testament of Myrtit Edna Bittle, deceased Dec. 7, 14, 21, 1970 FORECLOSURE NOTICE DEFAULT having been made in the payment ol the indebtedness secured by that certain mortgage executed on the 12th day of February, 1962, by Bryan W. Finch and wife, Wanda Finch, to Cobbs, Allen a. Hall Mortgage Company, Inc.. which mortgage appears ol record In the Probate Olfice ol Calhoun County, Alabama, in Mortgage Book 1101, at page 531, said mortgage having been transferred to The First National Bank ol Birmingham by instrument dated March . 1962. and recorded in the Probate Office ol Calhoun County in Book 1102, page 129, and said default continuing, the undersigned as owner and holder ol said mortgage has declared the entire indebtedness secured by said mortgage due and payable, and will sell lor cash to the highest bidder at public outcry In front ol the Courthouse door at Anniston, Alabama, during the legal hours ol sale on Monday. December 28, 1970. the following described property, described In and conveyed by said mortgage, to-wlt: Lot no. S, Bock no. 70S as shown on the map ol the Anniston Land Company's Subdivision of Blocks no. 404. no. 607 and no. 700 to no. 706, inclusive, recorded in the Office of the Probate Judge ol Calhoun County, Alabama, In Plat Book "C". pages 35 34, situated in Calhoun County, Alabama. Said sale will be made for the purpose of paying the Indebtedness secured by said mortgage and the costs and expenses of foreclosure. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BIRMINGHAM Owner and Holder ol Mortgage MERRILL, MERRILL, VARDAMAN h WILLIAMS Attorneys lor Owner and Holder ol Mortgage. Dec. 7, 14. 21. 1970. EQUITY COURT NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT BY PUBLICATION THE STATE Of ALABAMA CALHOUN COUNTY Circuit Court Of Calhoun County In Equity Case No. 922 -A JAMES A. RE ID. Et Al, Complainants VS. EVIE STRINGFELLOW, Et A I, Respondents THJS THE 23rd DAY OF November, 1970 In this Etniltv cause. It be I no made to appear lo the Register of this Court, fj by the sworn Affidavit or h. n. evens. Attorney for Complainant that the Respondents: Evle Strlngfallow, Route 2, Box 43-F, Houston, Texas James Carter, P.O. Box 9007, Houston, Texai Clyde Carter, 2500 Meedowvllle Court, Louisville, Kentucky Donna Miller, Apt. L-204, 3360 Mountain Dr., Decatur, Georgia Jim Miller, P.O. Box 201, Ocean Side. California are Non-Residents of the State of Alabama, and that their Post Office addresses are unknown other than the above and that such addresses cannot be ascertained after reasonable effort; and further, that In the belief of said affiant, the respondents are over the age of twenty-one years. It Is therefore ordered that Publication be made In the Anniston Star, a newspaper published In Calhoun County, Alabama, once a week for four consecutive weeks, requiring the' said above named Respondents to answer. Plead or demur to the Bill of Complaint now on file In this cause by the 22nd day of December 1970, or after thirty days therefrom a Decree Pro Confesso may be taken against them. The Attorney of Record In this cause Is H. H. Evans. Herschel E. Emerson Register of Circuit Court Nov, 30, Dec. 7, 14, 21, 1970 NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE STATE OF ALABAMA CALHOUN COUNTY PROBATE COURT In the matter of the Estate of William C. (Ted) Wilson, deceased. Letters Testamentary on the estate of William C. (Ted) Wilson deceased, having been granted to the undersigned on the 24 day ol November, 1970, by the Hon. G. C. Brittain, Judge of Probate of said County, notice Is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate, are hereby required to sent the same within the time allowed by law, or the same will be barred. Lena Wilson, Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of William C. (Ted) Wilson, deceased Nov. 30, Dec. 7, 14, 1970 Notice Is hereby given that the Bureau of Public Roads, an agency of the United States of America, on April 27, 1970, gave approval to the Alabama Highway Department's request of March 20, 1970, of maor design features on Prolect F-FG-200 (9) which were presented at the Public Hearing on February 17, 1970 at Walter Wellborn High School In Anniston, Alabama. The location, which was previously approved by the Bureau of Public Roads on September 15, 1970, Is as described below: Beginning at the Intersection of present U.S. 78 Highway end present Alabama 202 Highway, grade, drain, base and pave two (2) lanes of highway parallel to, and north of, present Alabama 202 Highway, retaining the present two lanes of Alabama 202, making this section a four-lane facility through Bynum; thence leaving present Alabama 202 Highway east of Bynum, construct a four-lane highway south of present Alabama 202 Highway, continuing east-wardly and crossing present Alabama 202 Highway approximately 2100 feet east of Llnwood Drive; thence continuing eastwardly and north of present Alabama Highway 202, crossing present Alabama 202 Highway In the vicinity of Monsanto Company; thence continuing eastwardly, crossing the fairgrounds and continuing along Eighth Street In Anniston, and terminating at an Intersection with Quintard Avenue In Anniston; said protect being approximately 10.5 miles long. Malor design features, along the above-described route, are as presented at the Public Hearing of February 17, 1970, with the exception of the following: 1. Approval Is not given to Alternate Typfsal Section "A", providing six (6) traffic lanes from Adelaide Mills to Quintard Avenue. 2. The tentative design of Southern Rellroad Overpasses, In the vicinity of Adelaide Mills Is delayed pending further study concerning the construction by the City of Anniston of a city street In this vicinity, as discussed at and subsequent to, the PubHe Hearing. All Information concerning this route request Is avallble for public Inspection In the Alabama Highway Building In Montgomery. Dec K m Bargains always attract a crowd! If you have used items for sale, you can attract a crowd too' Just place a low cost classified ad in The Anniston Star What 's in demand around Northeast Alabama area0 Used cars, appliances, furniture, pets, musical instruments ... the list is endless. Place your ad today-find out for yourself afyut the fast sale you can make with an Anniston Star classified ad. Dial 236-1551 for fas! results.

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