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B 7 Page B-6, The Tuskegee News, March 17, 2011 To Place an Ad Call (334) 727-3020 or go to CLASSIFIEDS I said property: all zoning ordinances; any Default having been made in the terms of. restrictions of record in the Probate Office that ~certain Mortgage, executed on the aforesaid; matters which would be dis- 04/13/2005, by FRANCES W. closed by an accurate survey and/or in- CHISHOLM, a widow, as Mortgagor, to spection of the property; easements and/or MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGIS- rights-of- way; any tax liens; ad valorem TRATION SYSTEMS, INC AS A taxes; judgment liens, if any; special as- NOMINEE FOR HOME AMERICA sessments, if any; statutory rights of re- MORTGAGE, INC. as Mortgagee, ~vhich demption; and/or any other matters of said Mortgage is recorded in the Office of record superior to said Mortgage. the Judge of Probate, MACON County, Said sale will be made for the purpose of Alabama, in Book 526, Page 682 on paying said indebtedness and the expenses 04/15/2005, and subsequently transferred incident to this sale, including a reason- to OCWEN LOAN SERVICING, LLC able attorney's fee, and the other purposes and default having continued under the set out in said mortgage, terms of said Mortgage, and by virtue of REGIONS BANK Alabama Code Section 35-1023 and 35- MICHAEL L. McKERLEY 10-2, the following described real prop- The McKerley Law Firm erty will be sold at public outcry, for cash, 300 Vestavia Parkway to the highest bidder, in front of the Court- Suite 2400 house door of said County, during the Birmingham, Alabama 35216 legal hours of sale, on 03/31/2011 Telephone: 205/223-5250 A PARCEL OF LAND LOCATED IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF The Tuskegee News SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 17 NORTH, March 10, 17 & 24, 2011 RANGE 23 EAST, MACON COUNTY, ALABAMA, AND MORE PARTICU- MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE NO- LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: TICE BEGINNING AT AN IRON PIN ON THE NORTHWESTERLY RIGHT-0F- This sale is made for the purpose of pay- WAY LINE OF US HIGHWAY 80, SAID ing the indebtedness secured by sfiid mort- POINT BEING 331.5 FEET NORTH gage, as well as the expenses of AND 366.0 FEET EAST OF THE foreclosure. SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION KENT D. MCPHAIL 36, THENCE NORTH 15 DEGREES -29 DUMAS & MCPHAIL, L.L.C. MINUTES WEST, 210.27 FEET TO AN Attorney for Mortgage Holder IRON PIN; THENCE NORTH 53 DE- 126 Government Street GREES -05 MINUTES EAST, 50.81 Mobile, AL 36602 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE 251-438-2333 SOUTH 32 DEGREES-30 MINUTES Please publish this on 03/10/2011, EAST, 207.56 FEET TO AN IRON'PIN 03/17/2011, 03/24/2011. ON THE NORTHWBSTERLY R-O-W (10=493/CHISHOLM)(266518) LINE OF US HIGHWAY 80; THENCE FOLLOWING SAID R-O-W LINE, SOUTH 58 DEGREES -49 MINUTES WEST, 112.22 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. Subject to all easements, restrictions and reservations appearing of record. Said sale will also be made subject to any Fed- eral Tax Liens and/or Special Assessments of any nature, if any, which might ad- versely affect the title to the property. The property is being sold "as is, where is". Sfiid property is sold without war- ranty or recourse, 6xpressed or implied as to title, use or enjoyment. IN THE PROBATE COURT OF MACON COUNTY, ALABAMA IN RE: THE ESTATE OF ERNEST E. ELLINGTON, DECEASED Letters of Administrati0n on the Estate of Ernest E. Ellington, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned on the 23 day of February, 2011, by Alfonza Mene- fee, Judge of Probate, Macon County, AI- 0bama, notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said Es.tate are hereby required to present the same within the time allowed by law or the same will be barred. MATILDA C. TRATRIX 3-3 thru 3-17 ELLINGTON ADMINIS- IN THE PROBATE COURT OF MACON COUNTY, ALABAMA STATE OF ALABAMA COUNTY OF MACON IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GWENDOLYN L. RANDOLPH, De- ceased NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT TO BE PUBLISHED BY ADMINISTRATRIX Letters of Administration of said deceased having been granted to the undersigned, on the 23rd day of February, 2011, by the HONORABLE ALFONZA MENEFEE, Judge of the Probate Court of Macon County, notice is hereby given thaf all per- sons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same within time allowed by law or the same will be barred. Sheila Randolph 3-3 thru 3-17 weight-loss bq ;cular By DAVID HENDERSON Time For A Change Fitness Health & Fitness Tip of the Week It's always been common knowl- or the entire next day or two. edge that cardiovascular exercise Therefore, until your muscles do such as walking, jogging and recover, you're in afterburn mode swimming burns more calories and have a higher metabolism. than muscular exercise like On the other hand, if the exercise weight lifting or ab work. But is you did was not enough of a chal- that really the case? lenge to make your muscles sore Cardiovascular exercise does you'll experience little benefit -- burn more calories during the if any. workout, but recovering from a For example, let's say Exerciser workout also burns calories and No. 1 gets up early and goes for a that is where muscular exercise fast-paced 30-minute walk or jog, has the advantage, burning roughly 300 calories and As your body recovers from a is able to feel it in his or her legs workout, your metabolism is ele- for the rest of the day. For that vated because the recovery person, their EPOC or afterburn process takes calories. This is probably lasted as many as 12 commonly referred to as POC hours. (Excessive Post-exercise Oxygen Now, let's say that Exerciser No. Consumption.). But let's just keep 2 goes to the gym and does an ab things in layman terms, and arm workout on muscle ma- Basically, after the workout, chines first and follows it with a your body tries to recover and get 20-minute, moderate-paced walk back to normal, which it does by on a treadmill. His or her muscle increasing your respiratory rate. workout may have burned 50 It does so in order to suck in more calories and the walk burned 150 oxygen, which your muscles use calories. to recover. But what about the afterburn? Ever see an NFL player use an Exerciser No. l's soreness lasted oxygen tank after a long kickoff 12 hours, so let's estimate he or return? That's to help his ex- she burned an additional 120 for hausted muscles recover and a total of 420. Exerciser's No. 2's bring his ventilation rate back abs and arms were still sore on down to 'normal. If you don't have Tuesday and didn't recover until an oxygen tank, the recovery We.dnesday. His or her afterburn process is the period of time it lasted 48 hours and could've takes for the soreness to go away, burned 480 calories for a totat of which could be the ffext few hours 630 -- 210 calories more than Ex- erciser No. 1. Exerciser No. l's major benefits were that the vigorous cardiovas- cular workout helped lower blood pressure and cholesterol and im- prove strength and circulation Exerciser No. 2 also did cardio, which could help produce those same benefits. But he or she also worked abs and arms, which not only toned, shaped and strength- ened those areas, but also burned more calories from the afterburn. You can see the difference in terms of cumulative calories when factoring in EPOC. If you want to do cardio one day and muscles the next it's fine, but doing them both is better. Mix it up and don't exercise the same muscles everyday. Muscles need time to rest so they can fully recover. But as you can see, muscle work is definitely a plus and something that every- one needs as part of their weekly exercise routine. Well, make sure you work those muscles and as al- ways, have a healthy week Tuskegee! Editor's note: Da rid Henderson, owner of the Tuskegee business Time For A Change Fitness, writes a free column each week in The Tuskegee News. To contact him, call (334) 727-4123 or stop by Time For A Change at 209 N. Elm Street in Tuskegee. The Essence of Joy Alumni Singers will perform at Tuskegee University in the University Chapel on Saturday, March 19 at 7 p.m. The Singers, under the direction of Dr. Anthony T. Leach, perform sacred and secular music from, the African and African-American tradition The choir, founded in 2005, is composed of alumni of the Essence of Joy Choir of The Pennsylvania State University. It has performed extensively in both the U.S. and Europe. The choir's mission is to learn, present, and pro- mote African and African-American sacred and secular music in an effort to entertain, inspire, affirm and unify the worldwide community. This event is free and open to the public For more information, call the University Chapel at (334) 727-8322 or go to workshop coming up The USDA's Natural Resource Conservation Service will hold a program and Eligibility Workshop for Landowners on Tuesday, March 22 at 6 p.m. inthe Macon County Courthouse Annex in Tuskegee. If you live in Macon County and need a field visit, contact Andrew Williams, a retired NCRS employee now serving as an outreach contrac- tor to help small farmers, at (334) 216-1344 or Also, for more information contact Tuskegee Extension Agent Walter Baldwin at (334) 421- 1576 or Ysuf Mustaf at (334) 462-0003 MONDAYS - COME PLAY YOUR WAY TO $25,000 IN THE OIEEK CASINO MARCH MADNESS TOURNAMENTS. TOURNAMENTS HELD ON MONDAYS FROM 5 PM - 10 PM EACH WEEK. 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