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The Forsyth County news. (Cumming, Ga.) 19??-current, July 30, 1959, Image 2

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Cumming, Georgia Legal Ads EXECUTOR'S SACK OF LAND GEORGIA, FORSYTH COUNTY. Undor and by virtue of the pow ers vested in me, as executor of the will of Ft. I- Gravitt. deceased, there will he sold at public ouicry. on the first Tuesday in August, 1959, at the Courthouse door in Cummins, Georgia, ! etween the legal hours of sale, to the highest and best bid, 'Vis for cash, the fol lew'ng desc. it e(t lantl in said ceun ty, io-wit: All that tract or parcel of land lying and being in the City of Cumming, Forsyth County, Geor gia, on the East side of Cumming- Canton Highway, and beginning at a point on the Cumming-Canton Highway, and running East on a street leading from said Cumming Canton Highway to the Tribble Gap Street, a distance ot 161 f eet to a stake; thence South 135 feet; thence West to Highway a distance of 135 feet; thence running with said highway North 149 ft. There is situated on said property a six room and a four room frame dwell ing houses and barn. This propel ty formerly owned by Mrs. L. O. Phillips. ALSO, in said City and County, a lot beginning at the North East comer of Lot 29, and running West 70 feet; thence South 142 feet to Sawnee Avenue; thence East 70 feet; thence North to beginning point. Plat of said property re corded in Book Z, page 542. Situ ated on said land is a six room, frame dwelling house, formerly oc cupied by Mrs. R. L. Gravitt, deceased. ALSO household and Kitchen furniture. This July 2, 1959. EZRA GRAVITT, Executor J of the Estate of R. L. Gravitt, Deceased. GEORGIA, FORSYTH COUNTY. By virtue of the power of sals contained in that Deed to Secure Debt dated, April 16, 1955, executed and delivered by J. L. Copeland to J. W. Copeland, late of Fulton County, Georgia, which loan deed | is recorded in Deed Book 29, pages 24 and 25 of the records of th? Superior Court of said State and County, there will be sold at public outcry before the Court House door of said State and County, be tween the legal hours of sale on the first Tuesday in August, 1959, to the highest bidder for cash, tlm following described property, to wit: All that tract or parcel of land lying and being in the First Dis trict and Second Section of For- | syth County, Georgia, consisting j of all of lot No. 491, containing 43.27 acres, more or less, and 18.52 acres, more or less, off of the south part of lot No. 490; 12.90 acres, more or less, off of the south part of lot No. 74. it being that part of the last two lots that lies on the south side of what is known as Dick Creek, and also known as Mill Creek, said creek being the north line of said tract of land. For a more accurate description of said tracts or parcels of land herein conveyed, reference is made to the plat made by J. M. Dodd, Survevor, on March Ist, 1946, and recorded in Book 19. page 443. Forsyth County. Georgia records, reference is made to the said plat and record thereof, and is adopted as a true and accurate description of the property herein conveyed. Said loan deed provides for the maturity of said indebtedness on or before April 16, 1960, with interest at the rate of 4 per cent per annum, said interest to be paid annually, and further provides for the payment of anv and all other indebtednesses then owed Grantee or thereafter owed Gran tee. The Grantor having failed to pay any interest due on said obli gation. and having failed and re fused to pay the State and County taxes due for the year 1958, and by reason of said default, the holder of said loan deed has .de clared the entire indebtedness duo and payable, to-wit. 52.590.00. to gether with all past due interest and all accrued interest as of August 4. 1959, amounting to $-145.48, making a total of 53.035.48. and the following additional in debtednesses owed Granfeev to-wit; One promissory note dated March 31. 1954 for $350.00. due October 31. 1954, at 7 per cent interest as of August 4. 1959 amounting to $131.01. making a total of $481.01. One promissory note dated Sept ember 4, 1953 due September 4. 1954. for $900.00 principal, at 7 per cent interest as of August 4. 1959, amounting to $372.25, making a total of $1,272.25. i One promissory note for $700.00 dated May 27, 1958, due on de mand, at 8 per cent interest as of August 4, 1959, amounting to $66. 42, making a total of $766.42. One promissory note for the principal sum of $200.00, dated February 2, 1954, due on demand, with interest at 8 per cent as of August 4, 1959, in the sum of $88.09, making a total of $288.09. State and County taxes for the year 1958 amounting to $87.41 as of August 4, 1959. Said sale will be made for the purpose of paying off and dis charging all of said indebtednesses !in full, and the proceeds thereof will be applied first to the pay ment of all of said indebtednesses and expenses of this proceeding. Mrs. Mary Nancy Copeland, Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of J. W. Cope land, Deceased. Marvin G. Russell Turner Paschal 439 Hurt Building Atlanta 3, Georgia MUrray 8—2919 GEORGIA, FORSYTH COUNTY. j By virtue of the power of sale 'contained in that Deed to Secure i Debt executed and delivered by Ij. L. Copeland to J. W. Copeland, late of Fulton County, Georgia, ' dated October 7, 1957, and recorded in Deed Book 33, page 75 of the | records of the Superior Court of said State and County, there will be sold at public outcry before the | Court House door of said State and County, between the legal hours 'of sale on the first Tuesday in August, 1959 to the highest bidder for cash, the following described property, to-wit: All that tract or parcel of land lying and being in Forsyth County, Georgia, and a part of Land Lot I Number 494, and described as fol lows: Bounded on the north by lands of C. M. Jones; on the east by J. Jones; west and south by McGinnis Ferry Road, containing one (1) acre, more or less, being a part of the tract or land deeded by W. L. Jones to F. C. and Dora Hunnsucker, as shown in Deed Book 1879, page 230 Fulton County Records. Being improved property having located thereon one four room frame dwelling. The debt being secured by said loan deed being in default, both as to principal, §2,700.00. with in terest from October 7, 1957 at 6 per cent as by the terms thrcof provided, and as of August 4, 1959, the accrued interest will be $295.65, making a total of $2,- 995.65. The loan deed further pro vided for the payment of any and all other indebtednesses then owed Grantee or thereafter owed Gran tee, to-wit: The additional indebted nesses owed Grantee being as fol lows r One promissory note dated March 31, 1954 for $350.00 due October 31, 1954, at 7 per cent interest as of August 4. 1959. amounting to $131.01. making a total of $481.01. One promissory note dated Sept ember 4, 1953 due September 4, 1954, for $900.00 principal, at 7 per cent interest as of August 4, 1959, amounting to $372.25, making a total of $1,272.25. One promissory note for $700.00 dated May 27. 1958, due on demand, at 8 per cent interest as of August 4, 1959, amounting to $66.42, mak ing a total of $766.42. One promissory note for the principal sum of $200.00, dated February 2, 1954, due on demand, with interest at 8 per cent as of August 4, 1959 in the sum of $88.09, [ making a total of $288.09. Said sale will be made for the j purpose of paying off and discharg ing all of said indebtednesses in ; full, and the proceeds thereof will he applied first to the payment of all of said indebtednesses and ex penses of this proceeding. Mrs. Mary Nancy Copeland. Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of J. W. Cope land, Deceased. Marvin G. Russell Turner Paschal 439 Hurt Building Atlanta 3, Georgia MUrray 8—2919 INTERFACINGS Interfacings for “wash and wear” fabrics should have “wash and wear” qualities, according to Mrs. Avola W. Callaway, clothing spec ialist. Agricultural Extension Ser vice. In many instances self-fabric will be satisfactory. The weight of the interfacing is important and should be no heavier than the fabric with which it is used. The Forsyth County News NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER GEORGIA, FORSYTH COUNTY. Pursuant to the power of sale in a certain deed to secure debt, | executed by R. E. Kirby, Sr., and jH. H. Scoggins to Roy P. Otwell, lSr„ dated July 2nd, 1958, and re corded in deed book 33, page 355, Forsyth County recoids. R. E. Kirby, Sr. having trans ! ferred his equity into said property | for valuable considerations to H. H. Scoggins. The debt secured by said deed : being in default, the property will jbe sold the Ist Tuesday in August ' during the legal hours of sale, to | the highest bidder for cash the | following described property, to wit: Beginning at the Northeast cor ner of Land Lot 231 and running thence, South along the East land lot line of Land Lot 231, fourteen hundred ten (1410) feet to the Southeast corner of said Land Lot. thence South eight-eight (88) degrees, thirty (30) minutes west thirteen hundred forty-four (1344) feet to the Southwest corner of said Land Lot line of Land Lot 231, thence North one (1) degree, thirty (30) minutes west along the west land lot lines of Land Lots Numbers 231, 202, and 159, a distance of thirty seven hundred fifty (3750) feet to the South Side of a branch swamp; thence Northwesterly following the meanderings of the Western side of said branch swamp twenty two hundred seventy (2270) feet, more or less, to the North land lot line of Land Lot 129; thence, East across said creek along the North Land Lot line of Land Lot 129, four hundred (40) feet to the East side of said creek swamp; thence, Southeasterly following the mean derings of said swamp, sixteen hundred four (1604) feet, more or less, to the Northwest corner of Land Lot 159; thence North eight eight (88) degrees, thirty (30) minutes East along the North land lot line of Land Lot No. 159 thir teen Hundred (1300) feet to the Northeast corner of said land lot; thence South one (1) degree, thirty minutes East along the East land lot line of Land Lot 159, five hun dred fifty (550) feet to the South side of a post road leading to Gum ming, Georgia; thence North seven ty two (72) degrees East along the South side of said post road one hundred seventeen (117) feet to the West bank of a creek; thence in a Southeasterly direction following the meanderings of said creek, eight hundred forty (840) feet, more or less, to the North land lot line of Land Lot 203, run ning thence, East along the North land lot line of Land Lot 203, across the creek to an iron pin on the Northeast side of said creek; thence, Southeasterly along the Northeast side of said creek twenty one hundred (2100) feet to the South lirje of Land Lot 204 and 203, two thousand thirty one (2031) feet to the Northeast corner of Land Lot 231 and the point of beginning. All that tract or parcel of land lying and being in the 2nd District. Ist Section of Forsyth County, Georgia, and being parts of Land Lots Nos. 203, and 204, and being more particularly described as fol lows: Beginning at an iron pin on the original North line of Land Lot 203 and Northeast side of a creek; running thence, in a Southeasterly direction along the Northeast side of said creek twenty one hundred (2100) feet, more or less, to the original South line of Land Lot 204: running thence North eight eight (88) degrees, thirty (30) ! minutes East along the said South | line of Land Lot 204, seven hun- I dred fiftv (750) feet, more or less, |to the Southeast corner of said ; Land Lot 204; running thence ) North one (1) degree, thirty (30) ■minutes West along the east line |of Land Lot 204 a distance of seven hundred thirty five (7351 ; feet to a corner; thence South eight-eight (88) degrees, thirty (30) minutes West seven hundred eighty i five (785) feet to an iron pin and corner; thence. North one (1) de ! gree. thirty (30) minutes West, [seven hundred eighty (780) feet to the original line of said Land Lot 204. running thence, South eighty-eight (88) degrees, thirty minutes West along the original North lines of Land Lots Nos. 204 and 203. fourteen hundred and fifteen (14' 51 feet, more or less, to an iron pin at the Northeast side of a creek, and the point of beginning. Said property will be sold as the proper* y of H. H. Scoggins, subject to all outstanding taxes and or ass 'ssments if any. ROY P. OTWELL. Attorney in fact for H. H. Scoggins. GEORGIA, FORSYTH COUNTY. To Whom It May Concern: Scott Monroe having in proper form, applied to me for Permanent Letters of Administration on the estate of Mrs. Lula Holbrook, de ceased,, late of Forsyth County, this is to cite all and singular the creditors and next of kin of the said Mrs. Lula Holbrook to be and appear at my office within the time allowed by law, and show cause, if any they can, why Per manent Letters of Administration should not be granted to Scott Monroe. Witness my hand seal, this 6th day of July, 1959. A. B. TOLLISON, Ordinary. GEORGIA, FORSYTH COUNTY. To Whom It May Concern: Roy H. Bailey having in proper form, applied to me for Permanent Letters of Administration on the estate of Mrs. Izzie Bailey, deceased late of Forsyth County, this is to cite all and singular the creditors and next of kin of the said Mrs. Izzie Bailey to be and appear at my office within the time allowed by law, and show cause, iif any they can, why Permanent Letters of Administration should not be granted to Roy H. Bailey. Witness my hand seal, this 6th day of July, 1959. A. B. TOLLISON, Ordinary. GEORGIA, FORSYTH COUNTY. I w'll sell before the courthouse door in the Town or City of Cum ming, aForsyth County, Georgia, within the legal hours of sale for cash to te highest bidder on Satur day August 1, 1959, the following described automobile to-wit: One 1949 Ford Panel Motor No. 88RC36503 Said property to be sold under and by virtue of an order from the Superior Court, after the same has been captured and condemned. This July 20. 1959. Loy H. Barnett, Sheriff. GEORGIA, FORSYTH COUNTY. I will sell before th courthouse door in the Town or City of Cum ming, aForsyth County, Georgia, within the legal hours of sale for cash to te highest bidder on Satur day August 1, 1959, the following described automobile to-wit: Ont 1954 2-door Chevrolet Motor No. 6596F542. Said property to be sold under and by virtue of an order from the Superior Court, after the same has been captured and condemned. This July 20, 1959. Loy H. Barnett, Sheriff. GEORGIA, FORSYTH COUNTY. I will sell before the courthouse door in the Town or City of Curr ming, aForsyth County, Georgia, within the legal hours of sale for cash to te highest bidder on Satur day August 1, 1959, the following described automobile to-wit: One 1950 Chevrolet Motor Number HADB6IOOS Said prooerty to be sold under and by virtue of an order from the Superior Court, after the same has been captured and condemned. This July 20, 1959. Loy H. Barnett, Sheriff. GEORGIA, FORSYTH COUNTY. I will sell before the courthouse door in the Town or City of Cum ming, aForsyth County, Georgia, within the legal hours of sale for cash to te highest bidder on Satur day August 1, 1959, the following described automobile to-wit: One Ford Jeep, Motor Number GPW61266. Said property to be sold under and by virtue of an order from the Superior Court, after the same has been captured and condemned. | This July 20, 1959. Loy H. Barnett, Sheriff. FOR SALE 6-Rooms and bath, Chicken house 3,300 capacity with new equipment, also one vacant lot Contact ROY SHOEMAKE, Phone Tu. 7 —2370, Cumming, Ga. HELI Y ANTED- -Bear Rack Oper ator, Could train if had any mech anical experience- —Good Salary— Contact Hamby’s Garage. Phone Tu. 7—5205, Cumming, Georgia PILES ARE NO PROBLEM NOW New Stainless Remedy Works Like Miracle If you are one of the thousands of people ' o suffer the mise.ies of Itching. Bleed • <r Protruding P ies. If you have tried t! nr.d that and failed to get the results >. i wv't, here !s good news. SOOTHENE, ’•> ' > .vme.iy, or.ngs you relief y-> r er thought possible without sur ■';> v •rp >■< 'y.r. -ig or be-.i linen wit!' H)d ,r * 1 v >•!r miseries and • tube of CUMMING DRUG STORE The United States will be getting better when the test of a business man’s value will be his contribution to human existence and conven ience, and not the amount of money he has. FORSYTH PHOTO SHOP (ON THE SQUARE) Cumming, Georgia COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY, PORTRAITS, WEDDINGS, PAR TIES, COPYING. 24—HOUR SERVICE ON ROLL FILM, Black & White and Colored. ONE Bxlo PORTRAIT FREE EACH WEEK COME B 1 THE SHOP AND REGISTER. GROW 4 fJjU YOUR I MONEY A savings account at the Bank of Cum ming is one way to “grow your own mon ey”. Save a little each payday, and soon you’ll have enough to “pick” a little off the tree whenever you need money for an emergency, a big opportunity, or for whatever you desire. ,<gkT J L CUMMING ROY P. OTWELL, SR., PRESIDENT Jtfg "WHERE BANKING IS A PLEASURE” IpipM irjj |! IJiSttsMiWfsrow ■ :J fjpL l Ilf til 1 <psu 4tl IN ALL OF the current clamui i for bigger and better fancied | “civil rights’* for various minori- s ties, it is interesting to note that j the bleeding hearts have not j wasted any of their crocodile tears over the continued depriva tion of the real civil rights of American Indians. ■f II While scores I of bills have or that minority group, not one single measure has been proposed to give Indians the same consti tutional legal and property rights enjoyed by all other Americans regardless of their race, color, national origin or place of resi dence. While hundreds of an guished speeches have been de livered in recent months decrying state laws requiring separate schools for the races, not one single word has been uttered crit icizing the more than 6.000 fed eral laws restricting the rights of Indians to own, use and bequeath property. • • * IN A REPORT prepared at my request, the Legislative Refer ence Service of the Library of Congress pointed out that Indians owning trust land must have the prior approval of the Secretary of the Interior to lease, sell or bequeath it. They likewise must have the advance permission of the Secretary to spend or invest any of their funds held in trust by the Federal Government and the Secretary has authority to act on his own initiative to invest such funds without their consent. Thursday, July 30, 1959. The Secretary nas absolute and unapoea'able a'Uhoritv to annrove or reiect all Indian w 'ls ir'-olving trust property and to det ■’•mine the heirship of ! ~’ians who die i without leaving wMs The Court of Indian Offenses has exclusive jurisdiction *o dot-rmine the va idity of Indian w :n .s bequeathing non-trust property jurisdiction over law violations occurring on Indian reservations is vested exclusively in the Court of Indian Offenses in which a de fendant Indian is prohibited by law from having the services of a professional attorney and the decisions of which are final and cannot be appealed to any state or federal court? * • • THE LAST TIME Congress concerned itself about the civil rights of Indians was in 1953 when it repealed the law prohibit ing the consumption of alcoholic beverages by Indians. When the 85th Congress enacted the so called “voting rights’’ law in 1957, the act did not con tin a word about the franchise for Indians, a right which has been restricted in a number of instances by both s'a'utes and court decisions. The fact that no one seems to be concerned about the rights of American Indians ts proof of the hypocrisy of the disciples of puni tive force legislat-’on in the field of civil rights If Indians could deliver bloc votes in pivotal states or if they had a militant National Association for the Advancement of Aboriginal Americans cham pioning their cause, the story un doubtedly would be a different one indeed. (nut prepared ot printed at government expense)