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Martha Black Ballard, Alexandria Iva Nell Baxter, Anniston Birtie Imogene Beddingfield, Gadsden Sara Burdette Benefield, Wedowee Billy C. Bentley, Anniston Nelwyn L. Cain, Anniston Dianne Campbell, Weaver Janet O. Clayton, Wetumpka James L. Conkle Sr., Florida Douglas Cooper, Anniston James A. Copeland, Ohio Helen Sanford Dempsey, Piedmont Leonard O. Dyer, Ohatchee James Fryer, Montgomery Carolyn Edison Garrett, Anniston Barbara “Sue” Govatos, Anniston Alva Fleming Gulledge, Anniston Wallace M. Hammonds, Jacksonville Roy Leon Hanner, Oxford Willie Thomas Hanvey, Anniston James Calvin Harris, Phenix City Glen T. Harrison, Centre Lovell Haynes, Anniston Jarred Hubbard, Oxford Carolyn B. Hudgins, Lincoln Jeral William Hughes, Talladega Maria G. Ingram, Oxford Brooksie Eureda Beck Iverson, Graham Alvin Cecil Jackson, Talladega Johnny Jackson Sr., Wetumpka Rebecca Eloise Bence Kennedy, Ashland Melinda Carol Kilgore, Fruithurst Timothy “Tim” Leverett, Ohatchee Lullene Cockrell Lott, Anniston Shirley Fay Merritt, Anniston Ernestine Montgomery, Pell City John L. Morris Jr., Anniston Max New, Georgia Jonny Ray Nelson, Centre Addie Nolen, Gadsden Deborah Noles Nunn, Roanoke Willie Owens, Jacksonville Matthew James Alverson Payne, Moody Ida Mae Duke Rice, Lineville Rhett Douglas Schatz, Anniston Lula M. Frazier Shears, New York David Sikes, Roanoke Ruth F. Simmons, Anniston Peggy Sue Sisson, Georgia Mary Katherine Skinner, Huntsville Anthony Lytel Smith, Jacksonville Helen Lee Higgins Williams Smith, Anniston Harvey Mitchell Snead, Centre Alma Kay Thomas, Anniston Billy R. Tidwell, Oxford Charlotte Klein Torony, Anniston Marvin Truss, Central City Mozell C. Vaughan, Anniston Peggy Waits, Ashland Ellis Ray Wagoner, Anniston James Waymon Waller, Roanoke Leoren A. Wicker, Anniston Scott Chandler Wilcox, Munford Mitchell Gary Wraight, Anniston

A Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows the debtor to retain certain exempt property, but the debtor’s remaining property is gathered and sold by a trustee from which creditors will receive payment. It may also be used by businesses which wish to terminate their business. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy enables debtors, through court supervision and protection, to propose and carry out a repayment plan under which creditors are paid, in full or in part, in installments over a three-year period. During that time, debtors are prohibited from starting or continuing collection efforts. The following bankruptcies declared by Calhoun County residents were recorded by U.S. Bankruptcy Court Northern District of Alabama last week:



Chapter 7

• Richard T. Willis, 4127 Ridge Dr., Anniston • Terrence Roger Gallagher, 2707 Vigo Rd., Piedmont • Robert H. Taylor and Barbara A. Taylor, 2313 Walnut Ave., Anniston

Chapter 13

• Betty C. Edwards, 1825 Kirkseys Bend Rd., Ohatchee • James M. Riley, 1323 Highway 204, Wellington • Florence A. Wilson and Jesse Wilson, 900 Vaughn Dr., Anniston • Annette L. Curry, 1021 Parker St., Anniston • George Edward Hill Sr. and Theresa Elaine Miller Hill, 1103 James Hopkins Rd., Jacksonville • Christina Ann Caulder, 1702 Samantha Dr., Oxford • James Tolbert and Angela JoAnn Tolbert, 1334 Estes Rd., Piedmont • Chris Austin, 700 Anniston Beach Rd., Anniston • John D. White and Tileasha R. White, 5604 Eastwood Ave., Anniston • Frank J. Janesk III and Grace C. Janesk, 1201 Woodland Dr., Oxford • Tomika K. Alexander, 314 W. 3rd St., Anniston

Divorces • Ashley Johnston and Stephen Johnston • Joyce H. Peeples and Lewis E. Peeples

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• Joshua Lane Miller of Oxford to Laura Suzanne Langley of Munford • Andrew Aaron Acker of Anniston to Heather Marie Thomas of Anniston • Russell Edward Cain of Anniston to Dianna Jewell Ward of Anniston • Victor Jimenez-Mendoza of Oxford to Katty Melissa Peterson of Oxford • Michael Keith Farley of Piedmont to Maria Paige Buchanan of Piedmont • Aaron Chad Surrett of Piedmont to Kaley Denise Swindall of Piedmont • Jonathan Mitchell Thornton of Anniston to Angela Kaye Lee of Anniston • Curtis Matthew Hill of Anniston to Frances Louise English of Anniston • Michael Glenn Carroll of Ohatchee to Donna Sue Matson of Jasper • William Marion Williams of Jacksonville to Olga Igorivna Danyltsiv of Jacksonville • Jason Lee Currier of Jack-

sonville to Haley Brooke Rutledge of Jacksonville • Stevie Woods of Eastaboga to Judy Carol Woods of Eastaboga • Jessie Walan Gentry Clark of Ohatchee to Katie Maxine Clough of Ohatchee • Matthew Shane Thomas of Piedmont to Melissa Ann Seaman of Piedmont • Zachary Zane Vaughn of Jacksonville to Susan Elizabeth Brasher of Jacksonville • Vincent Eugene Looney of Gadsden to Veronica Lashea Sandridge of Gadsden • Bennington Stephen King IV of Alexandria to Rebekah Lynne Benz of Alexandria • Milton Hannah Jr. of Jacksonville to Sheila Hershelle Moss of Jacksonville • David Lynn Longoria of Ohatchee to Dana Delee Cunningham of Ohatchee

foreclosures • Shirley R. Ellis, Heritage Subdivision, block C. • Lydia Saffold, Edmondson Heights Subdivision, block 3, lot 3. • Kim L. Weaver, Anniston Land Company, block 515D, lot 7. • Vicki R. McNutt and Herman McNutt, Buckelew

Estates, lot 6. • Brian E. Lemmons, Pine Hill Estates, 4th addition, lot 52. • Donald Landers and Beverly Landers, Saks 1st Addition to Hillcrest Heights, block 3, lots 26, 27 and 31.

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Here is the livestock market report for the Tuesday sale. Receipts for this week 1038 compared to 983 last week. Receipts a year ago 1218.


Bulls and steers (Medium and Large No. 1 and No. 2): 200-300 lbs. Too Few; 300-400 lbs. 120.00 to 172.00; 400-500 lbs. 112.00 to 165.00; 500-600 lbs. 108.00 to 129.00; 600-700 lbs. 99.00 to 118.00. Heifers (Medium and Large No. 1 and No. 2): 200-300 lbs. Too Few; 300-400 lbs. 115.00 to 122.00; 400-500 lbs. 108.00 to 122.00; 500-600 lbs. 105.00 to 113.00; 600-700 lbs. 100.00 to 106.00. SLAUGHTER CLASSES: Cows: Breakers 60.00 to 64.00; Boners 61.00 to 64.50; Lean 56.00 to 60.00. Bulls: Normal Dressing 54-58% 75.00 to 78.00; High Dressing >58% 84.00 to 85.00; Low Dressing


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The following property crimes were reported to the Anniston Police Department during the seven-day period ending at 7 a.m. Thursday.

Burglaries • Residence, 1200 block of Altamont Road: television, computer, modem. • Residence, 4000 block of Old Birmingham road: firearms, jewelry, cash. • Residence, 1400 block of Cooper Avenue: game system. • Residence, 2900 block of Wilmer Avenue: television, combination player unit, computer, game console, games, food items. • Residence, 600 block of West 44th Street: water heater, two rolls of flashing. • Residence, 2700 block of Wilmer Avenue: camera, laptop computer. • Residence, 1500 block of Warrior Road: shirts, coins, jewelry box, jewelry. • Residence, 200 block of Shady Glen Road: firearms. • Residence, 3900 block of Cross Street: cast iron tub, refrigerator, water heater, electrical wiring. • Residence, 1600 block of Christine Drive: firearm. • Residence, 200 block of East 22nd Street: television, game console, camera. • Residence, 300 block of Rice Avenue: televisions, computers.

• Residence, 1500 block of Glen Addie Avenue: air conditioner, television. • Residence, 1800 block of Moore Avenue: television. (Recovered 0830-2011)

• Service station, 3400 block of Alexandria Road: 1993 Jeep Cherokee, laptop computer, shoes, roofing tools. • Street location, 2400 block of West Jefferson: amplifier. Thefts • Residence, first block of Lee Lane: • Residence, 6000 block of Glade 1990 Cadillac Eldorado. Road: cash, gift card. • Parking lot, 600 block of South • Residence, 600 block of West 13th Quintard Avenue: firearm. Street: 600 block of West 13th Street: Calhoun County lawnmower. • Residence, 300 block of Bagley The following property crimes were Drive: lawnmower, string trimmer. • Specialty store, 5500 block of reported to the Calhoun County McClellan Boulevard: air condition- Sheriff’s Office during the sevenday period ending at 7 a.m. Thursing unit. (Recovered 08-26-2011) • Residence, 1800 block of Cobb day. Avenue: lawnmower, utility trailer. Burglaries • Residence, 700 block of West 44th • Residence, unspecified block of Street: gas grill with propane cyl- Choccolocco Road, Anniston: barinder. ber shop grooming items, birdhouse, • Church, 300 block of West 24th stainless steel flatware, dishes, Street: two air conditioning units. jewelry, clothing, string trimmer. • Residence, 2000 block of Bibb • Residence, unspecified block of Street: air conditioning unit. Smith Street, Oxford: cell phone. • Commercial location, 600 block of • Residence, unspecified block of Quintard Avenue: two air condition- Jona Drive, Alexandria: game coning units. sole, autographed Alabama jersey, • Residence, 1100 block of Coman- games and cords. che Trail: bicycle, cash, food items. • Residence, unspecified block of • Parking lot, 800 block of Quintard Rainbow Drive, Anniston: copper Avenue: purse, camera, wallet, cell piping/wiring, antique gas heater, phone, personal I.D. dressing table. • Commercial location, 5100 block of • Residence, unspecified block of Bains Gap Road: utility trailer, shop Tiffany Lane, Ohatchee: medicavacuum, brooms, drywall cart, pal- tions, jewelry. let jack, two ladders. • Residence, 600 block of West 42nd Thefts Street: diamond ring. • Restaurant, unspecified block of • Residence, 400 block of Knox Alabama 9, Anniston: cash. Avenue: air conditioning unit com- • Street, unspecified block of Peeks pressor. Hill/Rock Springs Road, Ohatchee:




Auto-related thefts

MATTRESS SETS TWIN - $149 FULL - $169 QUEEN - $199 KING - $299

EDITOR’S NOTE copper wire, switches, 80 gallons of diesel fuel. • Specialty store, unspecified block of U.S. 204, Wellington: aluminum carport. • Street location, unspecified block of Tredegar Road/McFall Road: copper cable. • Parking lot, unspecified block of Boiling Springs Road, Ohatchee: tools, fertilizer, nitrate, copper. • Residence, unspecified block of New Liberty Road, Jacksonville: lawnmower, welder. • Field, unspecified block of U.S. 21, Jacksonville: vehicle parts.

The material inside the Monday Record is recorded by The Anniston Star from various institutions and government offices. The public records are published as they appeared on the documents obtained by the newspaper. Direct questions and comments about Monday Record to Jared Gravette at 256-235-3578.

I.D. Theft • Residence, unspecified block of Golden Valley Road, Ohatchee: PayPal account.

Auto-related thefts • Residence, unspecified block of Gurnee Avenue, Anniston: assorted tools, utility trailer, 1997 Ford Taurus.


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The following property crimes were reported to the Oxford Police Department during the seven-day period ending at 7 a.m. Thursday.

Burglaries • Unknown location, 2700 block of Coldwater Pump Road: antiques. • Specialty store, 600 block of Snow Street: cell phone, tablet computer. • Residence, 800 block of Dogwood Drive: cash, personal I.D. (Recovered 08-30-2011) • Motel 6, 202 Grace St.: purse, cash, personal I.D., cell phone. (Recovered 08-27-2011)


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Today Support Groups: • Free drug treatment for adolescents abusing drugs, meeting times will vary, Family Links, 265 Rucker St., 256-820-5911. • Courage to Change Group of Narcotics Anonymous, basic text study, open, non-smoking, 7 p.m., Atlanta Avenue, off Noble Street between 10th and 11th streets. • Alcoholics Anonymous Piedmont group, 7:30 p.m., 801 Hughes St., Piedmont. • Help in Progress Narcotics Anonymous, 7-8 p.m., 2236 U.S. 78 W., (1 mile from Fred’s).

Meetings: • Positive Christian Singles, 4:30 p.m., Western Sizzlin’, Oxford, the Chulafinnee Bluegrass band is to present a program of gospel music, 256-820-3536. • WE (Women Empowered), 5:30 p.m., First Presbyterian Church, Henry Road, upstairs across from the library, any women living in Anniston, or concerned about the welfare of the city, are welcome to attend. • Hartwell Masonic Lodge No. 101 F & A.M. of Alabama, 7 p.m., 600 Main St., Oxford, 256- 282-2035. • Civitan Club, noon, Classic on Noble, 256-236-9874.


Support Groups: • Bariatric Support Group, for persons interested in bariatric surgery or those who have had bariatric surgery and support people, Physicians Office Building, suite 102, 901 Leighton Ave., contact Ann Couch, RN, CBN at 256-236-1300.

• Free drug treatment for adolescents abusing drugs, meeting times will vary, Family Links, 265 Rucker St., 256-820-5911. • Courage to Change Group of Narcotics Anonymous, discussion, open, smoking, noon; women’s meeting, candlelight, smoking, 7 p.m.; 11th Step Meditation meeting, closed, non-smoking, 8:30 p.m., Atlanta Avenue, off Noble Street between 10th and 11th streets. • New Perspectives, a narcotics anonymous group, 6:30-7:30 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 109 Gayle St., behind McDonald’s, Jacksonville, 256-435-4881. • Alzheimer’s Support Group, for families dealing with Alzheimer’s disease, 5-6 p.m., Physician’s Center, third floor, room 301, 256-2355578. • Mental Illness Support Group, for patients with bi-polar, depression, and other disorders and those interested in providing support, 1:30 p.m., Tyler Center, 731 Leighton Ave., in the galley. • Free parenting classes for parents of newborns to 4-year-olds, 9-11 a.m., Family Services Center of Calhoun County, 13 E. 11th St. Child care provided. 256-231-2240. • One day at a time Al-Anon group, noon-1 p.m., (new location), Physician’s Office Building, Suite 402, call Ann Garner at 256-237-3464 for directions or more information. • Alcoholics Anonymous closed meeting, noon, Tyler Center, in the Galley. • Help in Progress Narcotics Anonymous, 7-8 p.m., 2236 U.S. 78 W., (1 mile from Fred’s). • Grief Support Group, for anyone who has experienced a loss through the death of a loved one, 1 p.m., Cancer Resource Center,

Physicians Office Building, 4th floor, suite 406. • National Association for Retired and Active Federal Employees, Volunteer Service Center, 9 a.m.-noon, Anniston Army Depot, Building 220, (outside main gate), to assist retired federal employees. Call 256-2354631 to make an appointment or for more information. • True Transformation, a Christ-centered recovery program for women only, noon, 1211 Noble St.

a.m., The Bridge, 1400 Noble St., at rear of church, all men are invited to attend, call 256-236-5605. • Anniston Runners Club, 5:30 p.m., at Anniston YMCA, W. 14th Street. Call 256-310-0830, e-mail ddunn@ or visit www. • Senior adult aqua aerobics class, 7:30-8:30 a.m., Jacksonville State University, Pete Mathews Coliseum, call Abby Fleetwood at 256-7825523 for more information. • Senior therapeutic yoga class, 8-9 Meetings: a.m., Jacksonville State University, • Anniston High School PTO, 6 p.m. Pete Mathews Coliseum, dance at the school, call Frank Dubose, studio, call Abby Fleetwood at 256PTO president, at 256-282-8767 or 782-5523 for more information. 256-835-8860 for more information. Wednesday • Lions Club board meeting, 5:30 p.m., Noble Bank, all board members are asked to attend. • Eastaboga Masonic Lodge No. Support Group: 155, 7 p.m., Lodge building in Easta• Grief support group, 10 a.m., boga, 256-835-7576. Oxford Senior Center. • VFW Post 4638, 6 p.m., Carver Com• Celebrate Recovery, 12-step munity Center, 256-283-9027. • Anniston Rotary Club, noon, Annis- Christ-centered recovery Step Study Group, 6 p.m., Word Alive ton Country Club. • North East Alabama Table Tennis International Outreach, Coldwater, Club, 5-9 p.m., Anniston Army Depot 256-225-2186 or 256-223-6593. • Courage to Change Group of NarGym, Bynum, 256-689-8603. • Bridge Club, 9 a.m., Lenlock Center cotics Anonymous, 90 minutes, No. 5, 5818 McClellan Blvd., 256- closed, candlelight, smoking, 7 p.m., Atlanta Avenue, off Noble 225-0003. Street between 10th and 11th Miscellaneous: streets. • Free, confidential counseling for • Free parenting classes for parprospective and existing small busi- ents of 2- to 12-year-olds, 9-11 a.m., ness owners, provided by the Ser- Family Services Center of Calhoun vice Corps of Retired Executives County, 13 E. 11th St. Child care (SCORE), by appointment, North- provided. 256-231-2240. east Alabama Entrepreneurial Sys- • Alcoholics Anonymous Piedmont tem, 1400 Commerce Blvd., just off group, 7:30 p.m., 801 Hughes St., Greenbrier Road, call 256-831-5215 Piedmont. to make an appointment or for more • Help in Progress Narcotics Anonymous, 7-8 p.m., 2236 U.S. 78 W., (1 information. • Anniston First United Methodist mile from Fred’s). Church men’s prayer breakfast, 6:30 • New Wine Recovery Support

NOTE: The Anniston Star is updating its weekly cal- to the calendar, please e-mail your item(s) to communiendar list that appears in the Monday Record and online. or fax it to 256-241-1991, attention: If you or your organization currently have a recurring Calendar. item in the calendar and would like for it to continue, or NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE. if you’re a newcomer and would like to make an addition You may include social events, meetings, support

Group for addicts and alcoholics, 6:30 p.m., Hill Crest Baptist Church, “The Rock,” room 208, Family Life Center.


• Cheaha Republican Women, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Class on Noble, visit for more information. • Jacksonville Kiwanis Club, noon, Jacksonville Community Center, 501 Alexandria Road SW, Jacksonville, 256-435-9588. • Bridge Club, 11 a.m., Lenlock Center No. 5, 5818 McClellan Blvd., 256-225-0003. • Book Club, noon, Public Library of Anniston-Calhoun County, 108 E. 10th St., 256-237-8501. • Men’s Bible Study of Anniston First Baptist Church, 8 a.m., McDonald’s in Lenlock, 256-847-0230.


• Low-cost spay/neuter transport to the nonprofit Alabama Spay Neuter Clinic in Irondale takes place at 7 a.m. the first and third Wednesday of each month (returns Thursday at noon) from Pickett’s on McClellan Boulevard. Call (877)-3FIXPET (334-9738) for an appointment. Visit or www.alabamaspay/ for more information. • Senior adult aqua aerobics class, 7:30-8:30 a.m., Jacksonville State University, Pete Mathews Coliseum, call Abby Fleetwood at 256782-5523 for more information. • Senior floor fitness class, 8-9 a.m., Jacksonville State University, Pete Mathews Coliseum, dance studio, call Abby Fleetwood at 256-7825523 for more information. • The original farmers market, 6 a.m.until sold out, behind the Calhoun County Administration Building.

groups and other nonprofit events. To post for-profit events, please call our Advertising Department at 256235-9222. Each entry should include the event, time, date, location and contact information.

Congress returns, unpopular as well as divided By David Espo Associated Press

WASHINGTON — Congress returns to work this week, divided over measures to create jobs and scorned by the nation it was elected to help lead. After a five-week break, Republican and Democratic leaders alike promise action to try and ease the country’s 9.1 percent unemployment rate and boost an economy that is barely growing. President Barack Obama goes first on Thursday night with a speech to lawmakers and a prime-time national television audience. But there is little overlap so far

in the measures that Republicans and Democrats are recommending, and the rest of the year-end congressional agenda is top-heavy with items that relate to government spending and less directly to job creation. A new committee, comprising lawmakers in both parties from both houses and armed with extraordinary powers, is expected to hold its first meeting this week as it begins work on a plan to make long-term deficit cuts. The panel was created as part of last month’s agreement to reduce red ink and avert a government default. It faces a Nov. 23 deadline for action. More immediately, parts of the

Federal Aviation Administration will shut down on Sept. 16 unless Congress approves a measure to keep operations running. Federal money for highway construction jobs runs out two weeks later without separate legislation. The Obama administration is seeking more money for disaster relief in the wake of Hurricane Irene, and a partial government shutdown would occur on Oct. 1 unless lawmakers enact an interim spending bill to cover most federal agencies. With any or all of these measures, there is an opportunity for partisan gridlock or compromise, and it isn’t entirely clear which an

unhappy public might prefer. In a late-August Associated Press-GfK poll, only 12 percent of those surveyed said they approved of the job Congress is doing, and 87 percent disapproved. A separate Gallup survey, taken in midmonth, found 13 percent approved and 84 percent disapproved. “Everybody is kind of in trouble with the electorate,” said Republican pollster Bill McInturff. He recently distributed an analysis that concluded the negotiating surrounding last month’s agreement to avoid a default is an extremely significant event that is profoundly and sharply reshaping views of the economy and the fed-

eral government. “It has led to a scary erosion in confidence in both, at a time when this steep drop in confidence can be least afforded.” But if the public was offended by the bickering before the deal, there isn’t there much evidence that the compromise on the nation’s borrowing limit did much, if anything, to restore confidence in Congress’ ability to address economic problems. A Fox News poll last month showed opinion was split on the compromise, with Republicans overwhelmingly opposed, independents solidly so and Democrats narrowly in favor.

Gadsden State gets grant to Sept. 11 event planned in memory of local soldier help tornado-impacted students By Ben Cunningham

With the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks approaching, plans are under way to memorialize Calhoun County’s most deeply felt loss. U.S. Army Maj. Dwayne Williams, a native of Jacksonville, was working in the Pentagon that morning a decade ago when terrorists slammed a hijacked airliner into the building. That came after two other planes struck the two towers of the World Trade Center in New York. Another plane crashed into a field near Shanksville, Pa., as passengers fought the hijackers. A black granite memorial to Williams now stands near the entrance to the Jacksonville City Cemetery. That’s where his mother, Pearl Williams, plans a “Healing and Remembrance” on the 10th anniversary of the attacks, at 2 p.m. Remembrance ceremonies have been held annually at the memorial, but more is planned for this year, Williams said. Participants will read the names of 106 men and women in military service from Alabama killed in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Emergency responders also will be honored.

By Patrick McCreless


• WHAT: Sept. 11 memorial ceremony for Maj. Dwayne Williams • WHERE: Jacksonville City Cemetery, at Church Avenue and James Street • WHEN: Sept. 11, 2 p.m.

For Gadsden State students adversely affected by the April tornadoes, financial assistance for books and other fees is now available through the community college. Gadsden State Community College recently received a $15,000 grant through a Minnesota-based philanthropic organization, Scholarship America. Students who apply can receive up to $1,000 to help them pay for books, room and board, tuition, food or any other education-related expenses. Students have until Sept. 15 to apply for the grant money, and those who are found to be eligible should receive it no later than Oct. 15. Within hours after the Gadsden State scholarship office first started accepting applications Friday for the grant, approximately 60 students had signed up for the money, said Kelly D’eath, financial aid director for the community college.

“Since this is the 10th anniversary we decided to make it more special,” Williams said. The event will feature a keynote address from Lt. Gen. Richard Formica, commander of the Army’s Space and Missile Defense Command at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville. The commander of the Anniston Army Depot, Col. Timothy Sullivan, also will speak, as will Joel Williams, a childhood friend of Maj. Williams, and other local officials. Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce President Sherri Sumners will emcee the event. The Calhoun County Commission is sponsoring the event. Veterans of Foreign Wars post 924 plans to lay a wreath in Maj. Williams’ memory. Metro Editor Ben Cunningham: 256235-3542.

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“And we expect we will get a lot more soon,” she said. D’eath said information about the funding assistance, which the college applied for earlier this year, was emailed to all students enrolled at the community college. “They already have to be enrolled to get the money,” she said. Gadsden State has campuses in Etowah, Cherokee and Calhoun counties. As in many counties across the state, a tornado ravaged parts of Calhoun County April 27, killing nine people, destroying hundreds of homes and damaging much other property. “We’re trying to get the word out about this to students because so many lives were impacted,” D’eath said. To be eligible for the funds, a student must be enrolled for at least six credits at Gadsden State and must have been adversely affected in one of the Alabama counties declared a federal disaster area after the April tornadoes; these

include Calhoun County along with nearby counties such as Etowah and Talladega. Students must also include supporting documentation with their applications, such as a FEMA claim, an insurance claim or documentation of assistance from another agency. Student requests will be processed by Gadsden State’s scholarship committee, which may use other criteria to award funding other than just the minimum requirements listed above. “The amounts awarded will be based on need,” D’eath said. Disaster relief applications are available in the Gadsden State scholarship office in Allen Hall and may be submitted in person there or by fax to 256-5498450 or by mail to: Gadsden State Scholarship Office, P. O. Box 227, Gadsden, AL 35902. For more information contact scholarship manager Cynthia Camp at 256549-8203.

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1507 SOUTH QUINTARD • 256-831-5300 • 1-800- 947-7001 • WWW.SUNNYKINGFORD.COM PROPERTY TRANSFERRED Most property can be located by township, range and section numbers. Townships are six-mile squares, located by township and range numbers. Townships are divided into 36 one-mile squares called sections, which are further divided into quarter sections and quarter-quarter sections. • Charlotte P. Tucker, Larry M. Pointer, Kathy D. Collins, Tommy J. Pointer, Rhona Price, Mary Allison Guillory and Jamey D. Pointer to Wesley R. Woodard and Amy A. Woodard, John H. Street’s Addition to Mountain Terrace Subdivision, block A, lot 1, $10. • Lamell A. Gresham to Lamell A. Gresham and Gloria J. Parker, Standard Coosa Thatcher Company, block 19, lot 2, $10. • First Southern State Bank to Phyllis Thompson, a parcel of land in section 35, township 14, range 8, near Old Jacksonville & Anniston Highway, $12,000. • Housing & Urban Development to Jacqueline Dianne Cunningham, Brightwood Subdivision, lots 16 and 17, $21,650. • Cider Ridge Alabama, LLC to Kimber Homes, LLC, Cider Ridge Subdivision, Phase I Reassessment Plat, block YI, lot 109 YI, $10. • O.J. Newman to Debbie Michelson, Greystone Manor, Phase 2, lot 90, $10. • Hoa Hguyen to Hoa Thi Huynh, Lake Park Subdivision, block 1, lot 21, $10. • Matthew McFall and Lori McFall to Rex E. McAlister and Peggy McAlister, Jacksonville Mining & Manufacturing Company, block 368, lots 1 and 2, $100. • Eric Cheatwood and Butch Cheatwood to Scott Cheatwood and Clint Cheatwood, a parcel of land in section 3, township 15, range 9, near Whites Plains/Oxford Rd., $10. • Mollie W. Ford to Archie Shannon Thomason, a parcel of land in section 12, township 13, range 7, near Webster’s Chapel Rd., $10. • Mollie W. Ford to Archie Shannon Thomason, a parcel of land in section 12, township 13, range 7, near Nesbit Lake Rd., $10. • James W. Cotton and Patsy Cotton to John

R. Watson, Cider Ridge Subdivision, Phase I Reassessment Plat, block YI, lot 36 YI, $10. • Alan Griffin and Angela Griffin to Edward J. Boudousquie, Whisenant’s Addition to Jacksonville, a parcel of land near Iola Dr. and Goolett Ave. NW, $10. • MT Properties, LLC to John J. Conklin Jr., a parcel of land in section 26, township 14, range 7, near Post Oak Rd., $10. • Noblebank & Trust to Billy G. Bickerstaff and Vicki L. Bickerstaff, Mountainview, Phase 5, lot 131, $10. • Billy G. Bickerstaff and Vicki L. Bickerstaff to Keith A. Slaton and Jennifer L. Slaton, a parcel of land in section 36, township 14, range 7, $10. • Carolyn Y. Upton to Carolyn Y. Upton, Debra J. Parris and Shelia A. Mangum, a parcel of land in section 22, township 13, range 7, near Pine Ridge Rd., $500. • Connie Reynolds to Jimmy D. Haggermaker, Standard Coosa Thatcher Company, block 4, lots 11 and 12, $10. • Virginia Dunn to Michael R. Dunn, a parcel of land in section 24, township 14, range 6; a parcel of land in section 19, township 14, range 7, $100. • Farmers & Merchants Bank to Brenda Littlejohn Pruitt, a parcel of land in section 28, township 13, range 8, $10. • Richard E. East and Lisa D. East to Eric H. Lafayette and Melissa L. Lafayette, Eagle’s Landing, lot 33, $10. • Elm Street, LLC to Gary Leon Smith, S.E. Boozer Farm, block 18, lots 2, 5-8, 11 and 13-14, $525,000. • Frances Morgan to Frances Morgan, Lester Glenn Morgan and Judy Morgan Brooks, Resubdivision of the 1st Addition to Ramblewoods Subdivison, lot 20, $10. • Dorothy H. Snider and Jane H. Bell to Rodney G. Barker and Linda M. Barker, Anniston City Land Company, block 516, lots 1 and 2, $10. • Dale A. Muegel to Jesse M. Clark III, a parcel of land in section 20, township 16, range 7.

• Frances M. Hand to Michael A. Degtoff and Marjorie B. Degtoff, a parcel of land in section 20, township 14, range 9, near County Rd. 262, $10. • Veterans Affairs to Don James, Irene Fleming’s Subdivision, block 1, lot 5, $34,500. • Nationscredit Financial Services to Dickie E. Toler and Donna G. Toler, a parcel of land in section 21, township 16, range 7, $16,500. • Wendell C. Estes and Jerry J. Estes to Wynette C. Rogers and Anthony Lamar Estes, a parcel of land in section 11, township 16, range 7, near Bankhead Highway, $10. • Carolyn M. Cornell, Susan M. Miller, Deborah M. Limerick, Julie Jewell and Emily Beth Fordham to Benjamin K. Simmons, Stallworth Subdivision, block 2, lot 2, $82,500. • C.P. Ray to Nina Stewart, Lloyd Subdivision, block 218, lot 11, $10. • Danielle Criglear to Johnnell T. Criglear, H.W. Fite’s Subdivision, block 1, lot 9, $10. • Donald A. Jones and Doris M. Jones to John T. Clark and Margie J. Clark, a parcel of land in section 32, township 16, range 8, $10. • Vera Burns to Sherry Ledbetter and Vera Burns, Anniston Land Company, block 265, lot 11, $10. • Michael D. Grady and Sherry L. Grady to Huu Minh Le and Yen Thi Le, Summerall, lot 12, $10. • Evelyn Elizabeth Taylor to Kelly Terry, a parcel of land in section 16, township 16, range 7, near Bankhead Highway, $10. • William A. Coble and Dana L. Coble to Justin Caudle and Meredith K. Caudle, Albert T. Harris Subdivision, block C, lot 7, $10. • Timothy S. Wyatt and Barbara S. Wyatt to Thomas Clynton Beard, Quail Run Subdivison, 1st addition, block A, lot 12, $10. • Ricky L. Kelly to Sandra D. Kelly, Standard Coosa Thatcher Company, block 23, lot 10, $10. • David Clifford Cowan to Rodney A. Brown, a parcel of land in section 10, township 13,

range 9, $10. • Wilton C. Page and Cynthia Jill Weaver to Rodney A. Brown, a parcel of land in section 10, township 13, range 9, $10. • B. Frank Thomas and Ramona L. Thomas to Steve E. Gillispie and Denise L. Gillispie, Whites Gap Estates, 1st addition, block D, lot 1, $10. • Lee R. Whitney to Micah Shierling and Stacey Shierling, Friendship Courts, 1st addition, block 4, lot 31, $10. • Jack H. Ingram and Sharlon R. Ingram to Tiffany N. Moore, Lyncoya Subdivision, block 3, lot 2, $10. • Fannie Mae to Lawrence W. Horton, a parcel of land in section 34, township 16, range 6, $31,750. • Connie Guthrie to Twyla D. Haggermaker, Ohatchee, lots 9, 9A, 9B and 10, $10. • Fannie Mae to Joanna Bynum Ward, Hunter’s Ridge Subdivision, lot 10, $110,250. • Charles C. McComb, Steve A. McComb, Brenda Champion and David C. McComb to Frank Smith and Steve A. McComb, Reaves Subdivision, block 8, lots 12-15, $10. • Kevin Paul Tomlin to Bethany Tomlin, West Glen Subdivision, 2nd addition, lot 13, $10. • Wells Fargo Bank to Lacey Henson, Scenic Heights Subdivision, block A, lot 30, $24,150. • Dennis R. Zakrzewski and Roswitha M. Zakrzewski to Jeffrey M. Cromer and Deidra H. Cromer, Angel-Stephenson’s Addition to Covey Rise Subdivision, lot 2, $10. • Mario Mutic and Diana Arevalo to Roy L. Morrow and Debora K. Morrow, Hillyer Highlands, block 7, lots 13 and 14, $10. • Wells Fargo Bank to Spencer B. Lynch, Camelot Subdivision, lot 35, $65,900. • Thermon N. Waters and Methyl J. Waters to Douglas E. Hogue Jr. and Marleni V. Hogue, J.W. Stephenson Subdivision, lot 13, $10. • Michael A. Degtoff and Marjorie B. Degtoff to Frances Hand, a parcel of land in section 20, township 14, range 9, near Scotty Dr., $10.

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Here are food service establishments recently inspected by the Calhoun County Health Department, along with scores. A score of 100 indicates the inspector found no deficiencies. Potentially hazardous deficiencies (fouror five-point demerit items) are noted. These must be corrected immediately and inspectors say they are often corrected while the inspection is underway. Restaurants earning below 70 must raise their scores within seven days or face closure.

4-OR 5-POINT DEMERITS • Cane Creek Restaurant, 66 Galloway Road, Anniston — 90, personnel should eat/drink in designated areas only. • Golden Dragon, 100 Ladiga St., SW, Jacksonville — 96, presence of insects. • No. 1 China Buffet, 5624 McClellan Blvd., Anniston — 90, potentially hazardous food did not meet temperature requirements during cold holding. • Romine’s Annistonian, 1709 Noble St., Anniston — 88, presence of rodents. • The Peerless Saloon & Grille, 13 W. 10th St., Anniston — 92, handwash sink in kitchen should be replaced.

NO MAJOR DEMERITS • Alexander’s The Great Events, 1405 Hamric Drive, Oxford — 94. • Anniston High School — 98. • Anniston Middle School — 98. • Ayers Head Start — 100. • Betty’s Bar-B-Q, 401 S. Quintard

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restaurant inspections Ave., Anniston — 91. • Cobb Elementary School — 99. • Comfort Suites (Pantry), 125 Davis Loop, Oxford — 99. • Constantine Elementary School — 98. • Covalli’s Italian Kitchen, 1101 S. Quintard Ave., Anniston — 98. • Dad’s Bar-B-Q, 700 Noble St., Anniston — 95. • Damn Yankees Steak/Fish & Oyster Bar, 919 Noble St., Anniston — 99. • Discount Food Mart, 8689 Alabama 202, Bynum — 98. • Discount Food Mart, 706 Pelham Road, S., Jacksonville — 98. • Effina’s Tuscan Grill, 501 Pelham Road, N., Jacksonville — 96. • Golden Corral Buffet & Grill, 201 Oxford Exchange Blvd., Oxford — 94. • Jack’s Family Restaurant, 1900 Quintard Ave., Anniston — 95. • Kangaroo Express (Pantry), 1050 Pelham Road, Jacksonville — 97. • LaMar’s Donuts, 1781 Hamric Drive, Oxford — 97 • Montgomery Food Court, 700 Pelham Road, N., Jacksonville — 97. • New Beginnings Ministry (Mobile Unit), 5151 U.S. 78, E., Heflin — 100. • Pine Hill Country Club Café, 175 Pine Hill Drive, Anniston — 90. • Randolph Park Elementary School — 98. • Saks Elementary School — 99. • Smoking Moose Saloon, 1214 Noble St., Anniston — 95. • Taco Bell, 2130 Quintard Ave., Anniston — 97.



The people listed in this arrest report, whose names and charges are obtained from public records, are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.


• Hillary Lee Barber, 26, of Heflin: two counts of possession of a controlled substance. • Renardo Dion Aaron, 29, of Anniston: failure to appear in court on charge of attempted murder. • Bridgette Deanna Griffith, 29, of Anniston: second-degree possession of a forged instrument. • Dawn Michelle Sanderson, 35, of Anniston: second-degree forgery. • Napoleon Antonio Rand, 36, of Anniston: Sex Offender Registration Notification Act.

The following felony arrests were reported by the Anniston Police Department during the seven-day period ending Thursday at 7 a.m. • Willie Lavell Spencer, 27, of unspecified address: third-degree burglary. • Kenneth Blake Sears, 20, of unspecified address: first-degree Oxford burglary, breaking and entering vehicle, first-degree theft. The following felony arrests were • Kaley Paden Smith, 18, of reported by the Oxford Police unspecified address: first-degree Department during the seven-day theft. period ending Thursday at 7 a.m. Calhoun County • Christopher Shane Mitchell, 31, of Heflin: second-degree theft of The following felony arrests were property. reported by the Calhoun County • James Michael Drumond, 30, of Sheriff’s Office during the sevenday period ending Thursday at Oxford: first-degree theft of property. 7 a.m. • Charles Ray Jarrell, 41, of • Whitney Diane Rich, 24, of AnnisOhatchee: second-degree ton: fraudulent use of credit/debit card. domestic violence. • Terri Bowman Greenwood, 42, of • Melissa Ann Smith, 22, of Anniston: unlawful possession of Wedowee: second-degree theft of property. a controlled substance. • Jessica Ann Bryant, 30, of Weav- • Alvin Lamar Welch, 28, of Taler: failure to appear in court for ladega: second-degree theft of property. fraudulent use of a credit card. • Jayme Roszell Vinson, 26, of • Donald Britton Mask, 21, of MunWeaver: first-degree receiving ford: illegal possession/use of a credit/debit card. stolen property. • Forrest Matthew Maddox, 27, of • Michael Wayne Simpson, 45, of Ohatchee: possession of a con- Oxford: fraudulent use of a credit/ trolled substance. debit card.

The Secret Life of the American Teenager, 7 p.m. on ABCFamily: It’s graduation time in the season finale. Grace (Megan Park) gives Jack (Greg Finley) a hand with his commencement speech, while Ricky (Daren Kagasoff) prepares one of his own that contains a surprise for Amy. American Pickers, 8 p.m. on History Channel: Mike and Fritz pay a visit to singer Mickey Gilley, who has a warehouse filled with Gilley’s goodies — from his bar in the movie Urban Cowboy, remember? — and steers them to a site with more of them, including a mechanical bull and the bar’s original piano in this new episode. The Closer, 8 p.m. on TNT: Brenda (Kyra Sedgwick) and her colleagues investigate the disappearance of a young singer’s dad as her new single is on the verge of hitting the charts in this new episode. Hawaii Five-0, 9 p.m. on CBS: McGarrett and Danny (Alex O’Loughlin, Scott Caan) are hiking in the jungle when they stumble upon a homicide victim. Meanwhile, Kono and Chin Ho (Grace Park, Daniel Dae Kim) pay a visit home to see to their ailing aunt. The Glades, 9 p.m. on A&E: Two brothers who are ex-convicts take hostages at Callie’s (Kiele Sanchez) hospital, which is put on lockdown. As Callie works with Longworth (Matt Passmore) to keep the hostages safe, things take a turn for the worse in the cliff-hangin’ season finale.






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Monday Record - September 5  
Monday Record - September 5  

The Anniston Star's Monday Record section for September 5, 2011.