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071118-01
NOTICE
STATE OF GEORGIA
COUNTY OF EARLY
ESTATE NO. 3170
TO ALL DEBTORS AND CREDITORS OF WYNETTE C. TINER
WILLIS.
All debtors and creditors of
WYNETTE C. TINER WILLIS,
deceased, late of said county, are
hereby notified to render an
account of their demands to the
undersigned according to law, and
all persons indebted to said estate
are required to make immediate
payment to me.
This 27 day of June, 2018.
/s/ Pamela Tiner Miles
PAMELA TINER MILES,
Executor
c/o PATAULA LAW, LLC
AMOS JOHN SHEFFIELD
Attorney at Law
94 Court Sq.
Blakely, Georgia 39823
(229) 724-4471 Phone
(888) 420-5792 Fax
amos@pataulalaw.com
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071118-03
NOTICE OF SALE
UNDER POWER
STATE OF GEORGIA
COUNTY OF EARLY
Because of a default in the payment of the indebtedness secured
by the Deed to Secure Debt executed by MORRIS PERFORMANCE
TIRE CENTER, INC., to COMMERCIAL STATE BANK dated
December 21, 2007, and recorded
in Deed Book 288, Pages 511-512,
Early County, Georgia, Deed
Records, said Deed to Secure Debt
securing a Note in the original
principal amount of $165,765.76
dated September 21, 2017.
Commercial State Bank as the
holder thereof pursuant to said
Deed and Note, and all extensions
thereof, thereby secured has
declared the entire amount of said
indebtedness due and payable
and, pursuant to the power of sale
contained in said Deeds, will on
the first Tuesday in the month following the publication of this
notice, being August 7, 2018, during the legal hours of sale being
10:00 a.m. through 4:00 p.m.,
before the Courthouse door in
Early County, sell at public outcry
to the highest bidder for cash, the
property described in said deed to
wit:
A parcel of land in the City of
Blakely with the improvements
thereon, part of Lot of Land No.
156 in the 28th Land District of
Early County, Georgia, more particularly as follows: Commencing
at a point on the West margin of
the right-of-way of U.S. Highway
No. 27 which point is 210 feet
South from the South margin of
North Woodlawn Drive and which
point is the Southeast corner of
the Deep South Motel property
and from such BEGINNING
POINT run South along the West
margin of the right-of-way of U.S.
Highway No. 27 the distance of
200 feet; thence West at right
angles to said highway the distance of 210 feet; thence North

parallel with U. S. Highway No. 27
the distance of 190 feet to the
South margin of the Deep South
Motel property; thence East along
the South margin of the Deep
South Motel property the distance
of 210 feet to the point of beginning. Said property is the same property described in and conveyed by
that Limited Warranty Deed from
Robbin McDougald to Performance
Tire, Inc., dated January 2, 2007,
and recorded in Deed Book 279,
Page 644, Early County, Georgia,
Deed Records.
Property Address: 1493 N
Main Street
Blakely, Georgia 39823
Said property will be sold subject to any outstanding ad valorem
taxes (including taxes which are a
lien, whether or not now due and
payable), the right of redemption
of any taxing authority, any matters which might be disclosed by
an accurate survey and inspection
of the property, any assessments,
liens, encumbrances, zoning ordinances, restrictions, covenants,
and matters of record superior to
the Deeds to Secure Debt first set
out above.
The proceeds of said sale will be
applied to the payment of said
indebtedness and all expenses of
said sale as provided in said
Deeds, and the balance, if any, will
be distributed as provided by law.
The sale will be conducted subject (1) to confirmation that the
sale is not prohibited under the
U.S. Bankruptcy Code and (2) to
final confirmation and audit of the
status of the loan with the secured
creditor.
The property is or may be in the
possession of Morris Performance
Tire Center, Inc., Tammy S. Morris
and Randall E. Morris.
Commercial State Bank,
as Attorney-in-fact for
Morris Performance Tire Center,
Inc.
By: PATAULA LAW, LLC,
AMOS JOHN SHEFFIELD
Attorney for Commercial State
Bank,
94 Court Square
Blakely, Georgia 39823
(229) 724-4471 Phone
(888) 420-5792 Fax
amos@pataulalaw.com
File No.: 2016-0306
THIS LAW FIRM IS ACTING
AS A DEBT COLLECTOR AND
ANY INFORMATION
OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR
THAT PURPOSE.
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062718-01
NOTICE TO DEBTORS
AND CREDITORS
STATE OF GEORGIA,
COUNTY OF EARLY.
NOTICE is hereby given to all
debtors and creditors of the Estate
of Hilton Echols Hightower Jr.,
late of said county, deceased, to
render in an account of their
demands to the undersigned within the time prescribed to law. All
persons indebted to the estate are
hereby required to make immediate payment to the undersigned.
This 20th day of June, 2018.

Hilton E. Hightower, III and
Amy Elizabeth Hightower Dent,
Executors of the Estate of
Hilton Echols Hightower Jr.
c/o John Moorhead, Esq.
314 Residence Ave.
Albany, GA 31701
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062018-02
NOTICE
STATE OF GEORGIA
COUNTY OF EARLY
TO ALL DEBTORS AND CREDITORS OF ROBERT LYNN
PULLEN, SR., DECEASED
All creditors of ROBERT LYNN
PULLEN, SR., Deceased, late of
said county, are hereby notified to
render an account of their
demands to the undersigned
according to law, and all persons
indebted to said estate are
required to make immediate payment to me.
This 14th day of June, 2018.
/s/ James Lamar Pullen
JAMES LAMAR PULLEN, Co-
Executor
/s/ Michael Ray Pullen
MICHAEL RAY PULLEN, Co-
Executor
c/o William H. Mills
Attorney at Law
Post Office Box 565
Blakely, GA 39823
(229) 723-3428
State Bar No. 509773
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062018-03
NOTICE
STATE OF GEORGIA
COUNTY OF EARLY
TO ALL DEBTORS AND CREDITORS OF MERLENE McGOWAN
SMITH, DECEASED
All creditors of MERLENE
McGOWAN SMITH, Deceased,
late of said county, are hereby notified to render an account of their
demands to the undersigned
according to law, and all persons
indebted to said estate are
required to make immediate payment to me.
This 14th day of June, 2018.
/s/ Sandra Smith Sanders
SANDRA SMITH SANDERS,
Executor
c/o William H. Mills
Attorney at Law
Post Office Box 565
Blakely, GA 39823
(229) 723-3428
State Bar No. 509773
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071118-02
NOTICE
STATE OF GEORGIA
COUNTY OF EARLY
ESTATE NO. 3160
TO ALL DEBTORS AND CREDITORS OF MARY HELEN
JACOBS-BROWN.
All debtors and creditors of
MARY HELEN JACOBSBROWN, deceased, late of said
county, are hereby notified to render an account of their demands to
the undersigned according to law,
and all persons indebted to said
estate are required to make immediate payment to me.
This 3rd day of July 2018.
/s/ Joseph Brown, Jr.

JOSEPH BROWN, JR.,
Administrator
c/o PATAULA LAW, LLC
AMOS JOHN SHEFFIELD
Attorney at Law
94 Court Sq.
Blakely, Georgia 39823
(229) 724-4471 Phone
(888) 420-5792 Fax
amos@pataulalaw.com
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070418-01

NOTICE TO PUBLIC

STATE OF GEORGIA

FULTON COUNTY
Notice to the public is hereby
given that on 17th day of July,
2018, at 4:30 p.m., in the Superior
Court of Fulton County, Georgia,
at the courthouse in said county, a
hearing will be held in the case of
State of Georgia vs. Municipal
Electric Authority of Georgia,
Georgia Power Company,
Oglethorpe Power Corporation,
Crisp County, City of Dalton, the
City of Marietta Board of Lights
and Water, City of Acworth, City of
Adel, City of Albany, City of
Barnesville, City of Blakely, Town
of Brinson, City of Buford, City of
Cairo, City of Calhoun, City of
Camilla, City of Cartersville, City
of College Park, City of Commerce,
City of Covington, City of Doerun,
City of Douglas, City of East Point,
City of Elberton, City of Ellaville,
City of Fairburn, City of
Fitzgerald, City of Forsyth, City of
Fort Valley, City of Grantville, City
of Griffin, City of Hogansville, City
of Jackson, City of LaFayette, City
of LaGrange, City of
Lawrenceville, City of Mansfield,
City of Marietta, City of Monroe,
City of Monticello, City of
Moultrie, City of Newnan, City of
Norcross, City of Oxford, City of
Palmetto, City of Quitman, City of
Sandersville, City of Sylvania, City
of Sylvester, City of Thomaston,
City of Thomasville, City of
Washington, City of West Point,
City of Whigham, Board of Water,
Light and Sinking Fund
Commissioners of the City of
Dalton (the “Dalton Board”), Crisp
County Power Commission, Water,
Light and Bond Commission of the
City of Fitzgerald, Utilities
Commission of the City of Fort
Valley, and Board of Water,
Sewerage and Light
Commissioners of the City of
Newnan, Civil Action File No.
2018CV307032, on a petition and
complaint to validate, why: (A) (i)
the Power Resolution, as heretofore supplemented, amended and
restated, including, particularly,
the amendments thereto effected
by the Second Amended and
Restated Power Resolution and
the amendments thereto to be
effected by the Power Resolution
Amendatory Supplemental
Resolution, and (ii) the Additional
Project One Senior Bonds in an
aggregate principal amount,
together with the Additional
Project One Subordinated Bonds
sought to be validated pursuant to
Count Two below, of
$4,706,900,000 to be issued from
time to time in separate series or

installments in accordance with
the provisions of the Power
Resolution and the security therefor, it being understood that such
aggregate principal amount may
be issued entirely as “Additional
Bonds,” entirely as “Refunding
Bonds” (as each is defined in the
Power Resolution) or in such lesser amount(s) of either or both
thereof as determined by MEAG
Power, together with (iii) the
method or formula set forth in the
Validation Resolution to satisfy
the requirements of O.C.G.A. § 46-
3-131(g) and O.C.G.A. § 46-3-
131(h), should not be confirmed
and validated; (B) (i) the Power
Resolution, as heretofore supplemented, amended and restated,
including, particularly, the amendments thereto effected by the
Second Amended and Restated
Power Resolution and the amendments thereto to be effected by the
Power Resolution Amendatory
Supplemental Resolution, and (ii)
the Additional Project One
Subordinated Bonds in an aggregate principal amount, together
with the Additional Project One
Senior Bonds sought to be validated pursuant to Count One above,
of $4,706,900,000 to be issued
from time to time in separate
series or installments in accordance with the provisions of the
Power Resolution and the Project
One Subordinated Bond
Resolution and the security therefor, together with (iii) the method
or formula set forth in the
Validation Resolution to satisfy
the requirements of O.C.G.A § 46-
3-131(g) and O.C.G.A. § 46-3-
131(h), should not be confirmed
and validated; (C) (i) the General
Resolution, as heretofore supplemented, amended and restated,
including, particularly, the amendments thereto effected by the
Second Amended and Restated
General Resolution and the
amendments thereto to be effected
by the General Resolution
Amendatory Supplemental
Resolution, (ii) the Additional
Project Two Senior Bonds in an
aggregate principal amount,
together with the Additional
Project Two Subordinated Bonds
sought to be validated pursuant to
Count Four below, of $318,800,000,
(iii) the Additional Project Three
Senior Bonds in an aggregate principal amount, together with the
Additional Project Three
Subordinated Bonds sought to be
validated pursuant to Count Four
below, of $686,000,000, and (iv) the
Additional Project Four Senior
Bonds in an aggregate principal
amount, together with the
Additional Project Four
Subordinated Bonds sought to be
validated pursuant to Count Four
below, of $392,100,000, each to be
issued from time to time in separate series or installments in
accordance with the provisions of
the General Resolution and the
General Resolution Projects
Subordinated Bond Resolution
and the security therefor, it being
understood that each such aggregate principal amount may be
issued entirely as “Additional
Bonds,” entirely as “Refunding
Bonds” (as each is defined in the
General Resolution) or in such
lesser amount(s) of either or both
thereof as determined by MEAG
Power, together with (v) the
method or formula set forth in the
Validation Resolution to satisfy

the requirements of O.C.G.A. § 46-
3-131(g) and O.C.G.A. § 46-3-
131(h) should not be confirmed
and validated; and (D) (i) the
General Resolution, as heretofore
supplemented, amended and
restated, including, particularly,
the amendments thereto effected
by the Second Amended and
Restated General Resolution and
the amendments thereto to be
effected by the General Resolution
Amendatory Supplemental
Resolution, (ii) the Additional
Project Two Subordinated Bonds
in an aggregate principal amount,
together with the Additional
Project Two Senior Bonds sought
to be validated pursuant to Count
Three above, of $318,800,000, (iii)
the Additional Project Three
Subordinated Bonds in an aggregate principal amount, together
with the Additional Project Three
Senior Bonds sought to be validated pursuant to Count Three above,
of $686,000,000, and (iv) the
Additional Project Four
Subordinated Bonds in an aggregate principal amount, together
with the Additional Project Four
Senior Bonds sought to be validated pursuant to Count Three above,
of $392,100,000, each to be issued
from time to time in separate
series or installments in accordance with the provisions of the
General Resolution and the
General Resolution Projects
Subordinated Bond Resolution
and the security therefor, together
with (v) the method or formula set
forth in the Validation Resolution
to satisfy the requirements of
O.C.G.A § 46-3-131(g) and
O.C.G.A. § 46-3-131(h), should
each not be confirmed and validated. Any citizen of the State of
Georgia has a right to object and
may intervene and become a party
to this proceeding. At said hearing
all persons having a right to be
heard with respect to the
Additional Project One Senior
Bonds, the Additional Project One
Subordinated Bonds, the
Additional General Resolution
Projects Senior Bonds and the
Additional General Resolution
Projects Subordinated Bonds for
Project Two, Project Three and
Project Four (the “Bonds”), the
respective security for each, and
certain contracts and resolutions
related thereto and the validation
thereof, may be heard, and the
Court will pass on each of these
matters and the validity of the
Bonds. The issuance of the Bonds
shall not obligate the State of
Georgia or any political subdivision thereof to levy or pledge any
form of taxation whatsoever for
the payment thereof.
This 27th day of June, 2018.
By: /s Catheleen/
Clerk, Superior Court, Fulton
County, Georgia
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