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REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. - Thursday, December 9. 1976 ution IT RESOLVED BY THE WORKS AND SEW- OF THE CITY OF ALABAMA, AS , whereas, the Water and Sewer Board of the Florala. is presently nandate by State and Law to cease the of rat' sewage as is being done; and s the City of Florala and Sewer Board a temporary from such mandate ederal grants of money obtained to build a disposal system; and. it will be necessary said Board to acquire across certain property for laying lines and to acquire ihip of certain other property and access for the purpose of a pumping sta- appurtenances, and ts the said Board has to eminent domain the laws of Alabama; said Board has engineers who have plans and maps of cstem which show and descriptions of both and private property 'hich such lines must d, whereas, said Board uircd easements over uch necessary property the following: ip of land extending 15 each side of a described as fol- g where the of way line of ngton Avenue intersects East right of way line Street and run North for a distance of 105 feet; thence run N. 53 degrees 27' E. for a distance of 130 feet to the West line of Leona Lee property, and the point of beginning; thence continue N. 53 degrees 27' E. for a distance of 45 feet to a point on the North line of Leona Lee property and the point of ending. Said strip of land lying in and being a part of NW of NE'A. Section 34, TIN, RITE, and also a part of Lot 12, Block 7, of the unrecorded Man- ning Addition to the City of Florala, Alabama. This pro- perty is assessed by Leona Lee, 1543 West Virginia Street. San Bernadino, Cali- fornia. A strip of land extending 15 feet on each side of a centerline described as fol- lows: commencing at the Northwest corner of Lot 15, Block 74, of the Hughes' Addition to the City of Florala, Alabama, as recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 1, Probate Records Office of Covington County, Alabama, and run south along the west line of said Lot 15, Block 74, for a distance of 201.7 feet to the point of beginning; thence run N. 78 degrees 40' E. for a distance of 102 feet to a point on the east line of Lot 14, Block 74 of the aforementioned Hughes Addition and the point of ending. Said strip of land lying in and being a part of Lots 14 and 15, Block 74, of the aforementioned Hughes Ad- dition to the City of Florala, Alabama. This property is assessed by Peggy Savage Aceves. Box 2110, East Fifteenth Street. Oakland, California. A strip of land extending 15 feet on each side of a FOR SALE The Covington County Commission will sell to the ghest bidder the following used motor vehicles: I 1972 Chevrolet Impala, Serial No. IM69H2D16- formcrh' used by District 4 commissioner. 2 1972 Chevrolet Impala. Serial No. IM69H2D20- formerly used as Sheriff's patrol car. be received by the County Treasurer itil 9:00 a.m.. December 31, 1976. at which time they bc opened. Indicate item number on bids. vehicles can be seen at the County Yard in during regular working hours. These des are sold '.,'as is" and must beremoved from the, rd at buyers expense. right to reject any or all bids is reserved. 12-9-2tc Save Time And Money Shop By Phone In Florala, Ala. CALL 858=3274 to see us for the finest in: Tires - Batteries Accessories Holmes Gulf Service 300 East 5th Avenue Florala, Alabama 36442 4-Way Stop Use Your Gulf Travel Card oo 20-10" lllltontll4(oiling Factory, suggested list value $114.95 Chain Sa w 834-28 1 5 Paxton, Fla. 32538 6486T centerline described as fol- lows: commencing at the Northeast corner of Lot 1, Block 74, of the Hughes Addition to the City of Florala, Alabama, as recorded in Plat Book 1. Page 1. Probate Records Office of Covington County, Alabama, and run in a Southeasterly direction along the Northeast line of said Lot 1. and along the Southwest right of way line of Eighth Avenue for a distance of 80 feet to the point of beginning; thence run S. 68 degrees 20' W. for a distance of 65 feet to a point on the Southwest line of said Lot 1 and the point of ending: said strip of land lying in and being a part of Lot 1. Block 74. of the Hughes Addition to the City of Florala, Alabama. This property is assessed by the Estate of Amanda Daniels, C/O Eulah C. Hullon. 13920 Roselawn. Detroit, Michigan. A strip of land extending 15 feet on each side of a centerline described as fol- lows: commencing at the Southwest corner of Lot 1, Block 4. of the Lockala Addition to the City of Florala, Alabama. as recorded in Plat Book I. Page 18, Probate Records Office of Covington County, Alabama, and run North 85 degrees 38' East along the South line of said Lot 1 and along the North right of way line of Alabama Highway #55 for a distance of 7.0 feet to the point of beginning; thence run North 0 degrees 58' East for a distance of 339.9 feet; thence run North 6 degrees 43' East for a distance of 400 feet; thence run North 17 degrees 43' East for a distance of 232 feet; thence run North $6 degrees 29" East for a distance of 213 feet; thence run North 21 degrees 29' East for a distance of 155 feet; thence run North 62 degrees 59' East for a distance of 312 feet to a point on the West right of way line of North Fifth Avenue and the point of ending. Said strip of land lying in and being a part of the NW of SW, of SW of NW, and of SE of NW, all in Section 34, Township 1N. Range 17E. This property is owned by Interna- tional Paper Company. a corporation. A strip of land extending 15 feet on each side of a centerline described as fol- lows: commencing at the Southwest corner of the SEt/, of SE of Section 33, Township IN, Range 17E, and run North 89 degrees 57' East for a distance of 400 feet; thence run North tbr a distance of 300 feet to the point of beginning; thence run South 68 degrees 00' East for a distance of 198 feet to the centerline of a branch and the point of ending, said strip of land lying in and being located in SE of SE, Section 33, Township 1 North, Range 17 East. This property is owned by International Paper Com- pany, a corporation. A strip of land extending IS feet on each side of a centerline described as fol- lows: commencing at the Southwest corner of the SEt/, of SE of Section 33, Township IN, Range 17E and run North 89 degrees 57' East for a distance of 400 feet; thence run North for a distance of 358.5 feet to the point of beginning; thence run North 80 degrees 37' West for a distance of 473 feet; thence run South 88 degrees 20' West for a distance of 900 feet; thence run South 71 degrees 44' East for a distance of 25 feet; thence run North 18 degrees 16' East for a distance of 263 feet; thence run North 28 degrees 18' East for a distance of 237 feet; thence run North 41 degrees 40' East for a distance of 483.7 feet; thence run North 10 degrees 43' East for a distance of 271.7 feet; thence run North 1 degree 09' East for a distance of 71.3 feet to a point on the South right of way line of Louisville and Nashville Rail- road and 2133.9 feet west of railroad mile post #617 and point of ending. Said strip of land lying in and being a part of SE of SE'A, Section 33, Township IN, Range 17E and a part of SW of SW and a part of NW of SW %, Section 34, Township IN, Range 17E. This property is owned by International Paper Com- pany, a corporation. A strip of land extending 15 feet on each side of a centerline described as fol- lows: commencing at a point on the centerline of the Louisville.and Nashville Rail- road which is 2135.0 feet West of Milepost #617, and run South 1 degree 09' West for a distance of 122 feet to the point of beginning; thence run South 57 degrees 01' EaSt for a distance of 233.5 feet'; thence run South 78 degrees 23' East for a distance of 366.5 feet; thence run South 77 degrees 45' East for a distance of 340 feet; thence run North 83 degrees 00' East for a distance of 39 feet to a point on the East line of International Paper Company property, and the point of ending. Said strip of land lying in and being a part of NW of SW. and a part of the NE of SW, Section 34, Township IN, Range 17E. This property is owned by International Paper Company, a corporation. And whereas said Board has determined that it is necessary it acquire ownership of the following property and access thereto for the purpose of constructing a pumping sta- tion and appurtenances for the sewage disposal system: Commencing at the south- west corner of SW % of SW %, Section 34, TIN. RI7E and run due North for a distance of 356.2 feet; thence run due East for a distance of 607.5 feet ot the point of beginning; thence run N. 18 degrees 16' E. for a distance of 60 feet; thence run S. 71 degrees 44' E. for a distance of 50 feet; thence run S. 18 degrees 16' W. for a distance of 60 feet; thence run N. 71 degrees 44' W. for a distance of 50 feet to the point of beginning. Said parcel of land lying in and being a part of SW of SW%, Section 34, TIN, R17E, and containing 0.07 acre. This property is owned by In- ternational Paper Company, a corporation. Be it therefore resolved by the Water Works And Sewer Board of the City of Florala, that said Board immediately institute proceedings to con- demn such right-of-ways as described above to secure easements for the purpose of constructing and maintaining across such property sewer lines and to secure ownership of such property and access thereto for the constructing of a pumping station and appur- tenances necessary for the sewage disposal system men- tioned above. Be it further resolved that the Chairman of said Board is hereby autho- rized to secure legal counsel and commence such pro- ceedings in the name of the Board. This resolution shall take effect as provided by law after passage, approval and pub- lication. Adopted and approved this 1st day of December, 1976. Joe R. Evans Chairman Attest: H, F. Suggs Secretary 12-9-1tc Resolution BE IT RESOLVED BY THE TOWN, OF LOCKHART, A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF LOCK- HART, ALABAMA, AS FOLLOWS: That, whereas, the Town of Lockhart, a municipal corpor- ation of the Town of Lockhart, is presently under mandate by State and Federal Law to cease the dumping of raw sewerage as is presently being done; and whereas the Town of Lockhart, a municipal corporation has obtained a temporary repreive from such mandate until Federal grants of money can be obtained to build a sewerage disposal system; and, whereas, it will be necessary for the said Town to acquire easements across certain private property for laying sewer lines and whereas the said Town has the right of eminent domain under the laws of Alabama; and whereas said Town has en- gaged engineers who have prepared plans and maps of such system which show and include descriptions of both public and private property over which such lines must run; and, whereas, said Town has acquired easements over all of such necessary property except the following: A strip of land extending 15 feet on each side of a centerline described as fol- lows: Commencing where the North right of way line of Alabama Highway No. 55 intersects with The West right of way line of Mohegan Street and run in a North-easterly direction along the West right of way line of Mohegan Street for a distance of 305 feet to the point of beginning; thence run N. 58 degrees 37' W. for a distance of 215.7 feet; thence run N. 4 3Y W. for a distance of 397 feet to the point of ending. Said strip of land lying in and being a part of NW% of NW%, Section 33, TIN, R17E. This property is assessed by Sabra Crosby, P. O. Box 266, 1 MoheganStreet, Lockhart, Alabama. Be it therefore resolved the Town of Lockhart, a municipal corporation, of the Town of Lockhart, that said Town immediately institute pro- ceedings to condemn such right-of-way as described above to secure an easement for the purpose of constructing and maintaining across such property sewer lines for the sewerage disposal system mentioned above. Be it further resolved that the Mayor of said Town is hereby authorized to secure legal counsel and commence such proceedings, in the name of the Town. This resolution shall take effect as provided by law after passage, approval and publi- cation. Adopted and approved this 2nd day of December, 1976. Attest: Barbara Roberts Town Clerk George Lancaster Mayor, Lockhart 12-9-2tc Resolution WHEREAS the Florala Water And Sewer Board of the City of Florala has been offered a grant for 757o of all approved cost incurred up to and not exceeding $720,112.00 for construction of waste treatment facilities. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Florala Water And Sewer Board accept such grant from the United States of America, acting through the U.S. Environmental Protection Ag- ency. Adopted and approved this 1st day of December. 1976. /s/Joe R. Evans Chairman /s/H, F. Suggs Secretary 12-9-1tc Resolution BE IT RESOLVED BY THE WATER WORKS AND SEW- ER BOARD OF THE CITY OF FLORALA, ALABAMA, AS FOLLOWS: That, whereas, the Water Works and Sewer Board of the City of FIorala, is presently under mandate by State and Federal Law to cease the dumping of rat' sewage as is presently being done; and whereas the City ~f FIorala Water Works and Sewer Board has obtained a temporary reprieve from such mandate until Federal grants of money can be obtained to build a sewage disposal system; and, whereas, it will be necessary for the said Board to acquire easements across certain private property for laying sewer lines and to acquire ownership of certain other private property and access thereto for the purpose of constructing a pumping sta- tion and appurtenances, and whereas the said Board has the right of eminent domain under the laws of Alabama; and whereas said Board has engaged engineers who have prepared plans and maps of such system which show and include descriptions of both public and private property over which such lines must run; and, whereas, said Board has acquired easements over all of such necessary property except the following: A strip of land extending 15 feet on each side of a centerline described as fol- lows: commencing at a point on the centerline of the Louisville and Nashville Rail- road, said point being 3,918 feet north of Mile post #618, and run N. 54 degrees 34' W. for a distance of 370.4 feet; thence run, N. 80 degrees 51' W. for a distance of 322.5 feet; thence run N. 56 degrees 24' W. for a distance of 374 feet; thence run N. 5 degrees 44' E. for a distance of 271.7 feet to the point of beginning; thence run N. 51 degrees 35' W. for a distance of 370 feet to the point of ending. Said strip of land lying in and being a part of SW or SE, SE or SW and NE of SW, all in section 34, TIN, RI7E. This property is assessed by William Porter, and Susan Mae Porter, 710 North 9th Street, Florala, Alabama. A strip of land extending 15 feet o. .each side of a centerline described as fol- lows: commencing at the Northeast corner of NW of NE, Section 34, TIN, RI7E and run South along the East line of said forty for a distance of 130.5 feet to the point of beginning; thence run N. 89 degrees 37' W. for a distance of 129.5 feet; thence run S. 3 degrees 35' W. for a distance of 219 feet to a point on the North right of way line of Jefferson Avenue and the point of ending. Said strip of land lying in and being a part of NW of NE. Section 34, TIN. RI7E, and also a part of Lots 1, 2. 3, and R, Block I, and a closed portion of Monroe Street in the unrecorded Manning Addition to the City of Florala, Alabama. This property by Winston Rowe and Beatrice Rowe, 1810 West 12th Avenue, Florala, Ala- bama. A strip of land extending 15 feet on each side of a centerline described as foi- ler's: commencing at the Southwest corner of Lot 10. Block 11 of the Garrett Addition of the City of Florala. Alabama. as recorded in Plat Book I, Page 6, Probate Records Office of Covington County, Alabama, and runs South 61 degrees 34' E. for a distance of 205 feet; thence runs North 9 degrees 26' E. for a distance of 695 feet; thence, runs North 4 degrees 17" E. for a distance of 379 feet; thence runs South 87 degrees 06' E. for a distance of 44.5 feet; thence runs North 8 degrees 19' E. for a distance of 33 feet; thence runs North 80 degrees 51' W. for a distance of 50 feet to the point of beginning; thence continued North 80 degrees 51' W. for a distance of 162 feet to the point of ending. Said strip of land lying in and being a part of the SE% of SW !4, Section 35, Township 1 North., RI7E. This property assessed by Ed Wilson, Central Y, Florala, Alabama. Be it therefore resolved by the Water Works And Sewer Board of the City of Florala, that said Board immediately institute proceedings to con- denm such right-of-ways as described above to secure ownership of such property and access thereto for the construction of a pumping station and appurtenances necessary for the sewage disposal system mentioned above. Be it further resolved that the Chairman of said Board is hereby authorized to secure legal counsel and commence such proceedings in the name of the Board. This Resolution shall take effect as provided by lab' after passage, approval and publi- cation. Adopted and approved this 1st day of December. 1976. FOR SALE 2 BEDROOM DWELLING on 100' X 200' lot. Excellent condition. ESTATE. 76 ACRES, 2.200 SQUARE FEET, BRICK DWELLING. Central heat and air, fully carpe'.ed with all the built-in modern conveniences. 4 BEDROOM, 2% baths, on 4 lots. Needs minor repairs, but is priced to sell. 2% LOTS IN OLD FLORALA 125'X180. Nice comer lots. 2 LOTS ON CORNER OF North 8th Avenue and West 9th Street. GOOD INCOME PROPERTY. Apartment house with 4 furnished apartments three blocks from downtown. Rea. senably priced. OFFICE BUILDING ON THE SQUARE. Carpeted. 2 roomy offices with Lobby and Receptionist area. Has been remodeled and in excellent condition. CONCRETE BLOCK BUILD- ING with 3 lots. Two blocks from the Square. BRICK BUILDING on Main Street. Ideal for small office. STORE BUILDING on West 5th Avenue. Cash or terms. THRIVING BUSINESS FOR SALE. Grocery Store with 3 bedroom dwelling on 2 acres. Ideal for family business. WE NEED SMALL ACREAGE WITH OR WITHOUT DWELLING. ROYCE & COMPANY Florala, Alabama 858-6522 or 858-3783 Mrs. Lucille S. Cox Realtor PEAtTOO :~' Joe R. Evans Chairman Attest: H. F. Suggs Secretary 12-9-1tc HELLO FRIENDS & CITIZENS Who. individually and col- lectively want to "hear it like it is"? Surely not those who would lose something or be implica- ted in unscrupulous practices. So - from the Bible. "The truth will set you free" and "Let us reason to-gether". Why doesn't man use words and or arrangements of same so the average 7th grader easily understands or does with a nominal amount of reference to the dictionary? Our news media, authorities and various writers and speakers are capable of doing this. If not all, then most of them surely know the power, influence and impressions of the written and spoken words for good or evil. confusion or understanding, to cover up or uncover etc., etc, So the varied interpretations of basic issues leaves most or at least many people confused or upset This can be explained at yet not reason- ably explained or justified. It doesn't take a Lt. Kojak to understand that half-truths and confusion are a cover-up for something. The record is there for proof yesterday, today and the plan for tomorrow. Hope to continue. Dan McLeod P. O. Box 103 Loekhart, Alabama P. S. Your prayers in my behalf are appreciated. Yet please don't forget your brothers would like a cure for cancer and even any or all crippling and killing diseases and also a reasonable solution or preventive program for the slaughter on our roads and streets by way of man made vehicles. 12-9-1tc THE POODLE SHOPPE is selling two black female puppies one silver male. Prices are 75 and 85 dollars. 100 dollars for male. Beautiful miniatures. Holding for down payment. Phone 858-3533. See at 16 Alabama Street. 12-9-2tpd FOR SALE: Pioneer 8-track player-recorder unit. Fantastic condition. Makes better soun- ding and better quality tapes than you can buy. Five blank 80-minute tapes included. Contact STEVE WiNDHAM AT 858-3538 12-9-1tpd HOW ABOUT a new Rexair for Christmas? Call Christine (Hooten) Vann at 858-6490. 12-9-1 tpd FOR SALE: One set of solid oak. wagon-wheel bunk beds, complete with 2 headboards, 2 footboards, rails. 2 mattres- ses, 2 mattress-boards, ladder and guardrail. Also, 10 electric baseboard heaters and 2 air conditioners (one 28,000 BTU and one 17,000 BTU). Call BOBBY PHILLIPS at 858-6113 or 858-6118. 12-1-2tpd DOES SOMEONE YOU KNOW OR LOVE HAVE A DRINKING PROBLEM? For confidential assistance, con- tact South Central Regional Council on AIcohoUsm P.O. Box 1053. Andalusia, Ala- bama. Phone 222-a955 in Andalusia, or 858-3311 in Florala. 11-25-tfc WANT TO BUY - all soft drink bottles - 3 cash or 4e in trade for regular size; 7 and 8e on 32 ounce size. HAN-D- DAN~S, Highway 55, Andalu- sia. Phone 858-3513. I 1-25-ffc FOR COMPLETE home improvements and mainten- ance. call collect Andrew J. Danley, 493-7372 i,a Opp, Alabama. 11-25-ffc GENERAL CONTRACTOR: Ray Harrell. I can do any type of home construction, building or refairing homes. Contact me at 858-6541 in FIorala. 11-25-3tpd i)age t) The Department of Com- merce projects that if current trends continue, imports could exceed 13 million barrels of oil per day in 1985. At that level, even with a billion barrels in storage, the economic conse- quence of a 50 per cent effec- tive embargo would involve a Gross National Product loss of more than $50 billion in the first year and a loss of more than 1.3 million jobs. FIREWORKS FOR SALE - - also fresh Florida fruit at HAN-D-DANS* located I ! miles from Florala on Highway 55. 12-9-1tc OPEN HOUSE DISPLAY ON AVON PRODUCTS Gigantic savings! A beautiful display of decanters filled with spray mists, bath oils and a variety of other ideal Christ- mas gifts - and jewelry. All Avon makeups - all priced to go! Come by 17 Catawba Street in Lockhart any afternoon after 5:00, or call VERA HARRISON* 858-3496. 12-0- i tpd 3 FAMILY CARPORT SALE Thursday. Friday and Saturday. December 9. 10. I I. Ladies and girls clothes and shoes, some long dresses. At the home of Mrs. H. O. Martin, East 4th Avenue. Florala. Phone 858-0338. 12.9-1tc FOR SALE - upright freezer. frost free $100.00; air conditioner- $100,00; stan- dard Underwood typewriter - $35.00: may be seen at 615 North 6th Street after 4:30 p. m. 12-9-1tpd SIDEWALK SALE: Satur- day, December I I, at Kay's Beauty Shop. from 9 until 4. Junior and w0nien's clothing, shoes, jewelry, etc. 12-9-1tpd UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY to purchase paintings done by local artist, LARRY STRICK- LAND. None over $100.00. Will make nice Christmas gifts for that person on your list who deserves something special. See them at KAY'S BEAUTY SHOP* now until Christmas. 12-9-1tpd FOR SALE: 3 bedroom. 2 full baths, ideal home. Located in one of the nicest neighborhoods in Florala. FOR SALE: small mercantile build- ing on North Fifth Street. For more information contact, JOHNSON REAL ESTATE at 858-3271 or 858-3773. FOR SALE: in town. 2 bedroom, o~le bath, corner lot, frame house. Home and three additional lots. Former home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McVay. 1959 West 5th Avenue. FIorala. Call for information, Mr. H. O, Bass. Jr., at 858-3418. I 1-25-tfc GIFT IDEAS - - - LAY AWAY NOW!!! Deluxe Crossman Pellet Gun, regular $54.95, SPECIAL $39.95. Zebeo 33 Reels $0.97. Dove & Quail load shells i 2. t 6 or 20 gauge - $2.95 box;Corning Ware; Buck knives;Timex Watches; Black & Decker Tools: Bicycles; Wagons; Wall Clocks; Pocket and desk caculators from $9.88 to $99~95; ping pong sets; footballs; basketballs and goals; Close-out prices on all shotguns and rifles; stereo cabinets; strobe lights; Bar- beque grills; Water Pik; Crock Pots; Case knives; Mr. Coffee; ice cream freezers; GE door chimes; SX-70 cameras;Norel- co Electric Shavers; Kabar knives; Pronto camera kits; film; wood carving sets; walkie talkies $7.95 to $149.95; Alarm and travel Clocks; cassette player-recor- ders;tackle boxes; tape decks; special on all CB radios; stereo sets and components; hair dryers; makeup mirrors; little "Mac"; all national Radio Shack Specials good here. Bring this ad for free 5 cell flashlight, batteries, not included. GENEVA HARDWARE AND RADIO SHACK HWY. 27 SOUTH 205.684.9620 GENEVA, ALABAMA JI :i