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Terilyn Avery, Anniston Grace Baggett, Ranburne Bobbie Dawn Bennett, Wadley Nancy Newman Bennett, Oxford James C. Blair, Anniston Dorothy June Laney Blakely, Oxford Aline Braden, Pell City Samuel J. Brown, Ashland Jeanette Sue Carden, Alexandria Andy Chandler, Alexandria Willa Collins, Texas Myrtis Croft, Anniston Jessie Mae Curry, Anniston Jean Cain Donaldson, Piedmont Joyce M. Dorman, Silver Run Willie Dean Duke, Talladega Mary Jane Eubanks, Piedmont Morris G. Foreman, Talladega Mary Lois Glover, Anniston Edward Owen Heptinstall, Cullman Calvin F. Hill, Delta Robert Wayne Hill, Saks Steven Reginald Howard, Sylacauga Minister Mary L. Kelley Johnson, Anniston Walter Kidd, Lineville Cynthia Dianne Leondard, Anniston Eunice T. Lovvorn, Woodland Frances Page Lusk, Alexandria Jasper Maddox Jr., Ohatchee William Charles Malone III,

Talladega John I. Matyjasik, Weaver Billy Gene McCartney, Ohatchee Richard Earl McGuire, Munford George H. McKenzie Jr., Alexandria E.E. Miller, Anniston William Ethan Miller, Centre Jean P. Minton, Piemdont Eunice G. Northington, Anniston James J. Patterson, Anniston Cynthia D. Pierce, Wellington Doris Read, Reads Mill Timothy Richey Sr., Munford Jean B. Rogers, Jacksonville Chris Rushing, Ashland Curtis Junior Salers, Jacksonville Jeremy Wade Studdard, Piedmont Sandra Jean Tipton, Anniston Johnny Lee Towns, Anniston Mary Jewell Heath Turner, Anniston Gloria Twyman, Anniston Larry Vincent Sr., Anniston John “Buddy” Ware, Talladega Dorothy Jordan White, Ragland Harold DeWayne Wilkes, Piedmont Charlie Lewis Williams, Anniston Gerald D. Yancy, Heflin Willie L. Youson, Anniston





52 weeks ago Last week

• Larry Terrell Montgomery of Anniston to Shaniqua Latiek Bailey of Oxford • Pamela Joan Williams of Pell City to Sidney Woodfin Nichols of Oxford • Michael David Lockridge of Jacksonville to Kiley Grace Ponder of Piedmont • Bruce Neal Adams of Anniston to Dena Kaye Campbell of Anniston • Jonathan Andrew Osowski of Fort Meyers, Fla., to Amy

Michelle Roche of Fort Meyers, Fla. • Scott Allen Meadows of Jacksonville to Angela Jo Ritter of Jacksonville • Ahmed Mohamed Ali of Anniston to Calarda Latosh’ Brown of Anniston • Tommy Wayne Tucker of Anniston to Jacqualine Dianne Leger of Anniston • Edwin Keith Haywood of Oxford to Kelly Dempsey Browning of Oxford

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• Margie L. Header, US 21 North, Jacksonville • James Danny Dunn, Oxford • Gloria Bowie, Christine Avenue, Anniston • Mary L. Mustafa, Oak Road, Anniston • Shannon M. Driver, Ceder Court, Alexandria • Justin Heath Smitherman, Joyce Street, Gadsden

The material inside the Sunday 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 Sunday Record to Isaac Godwin at jgodwin@jsu. edu.

This week

No sale for Tuesday. Closed for the Christmas holiday.

WILLS PROBATED • William Kenneth Dickie • Grace V. Bowen • William Tyson Bennett • Vandie Sykes • William H. Newsome • Jerry E. Mayne • Emogene Lynch Brooke


• MSJP Land Co. LLC • Crimson Legacy LLC • CKR Ventures LLC • M & A Trucking Inc. • On The Brass Services LLC • Jeff Strickland LLC • Shafer Used Cars Inc. • Southeast Timber Co. LLC • Hamilton Band Instrument Co.


The people listed in this arrest report, whose names and charges are • Marquita Parker, Cooper Avenue, Annis- obtained from public records, are presumed innocent unless proven ton • Anthony Jernigan, Canterbury Square, guilty in a court of law. Anniston Anniston • April J. Headrick, Brown Bridge Road, The following felony arrests were Piedmont reported by the Anniston Police Department (addresses not provided) during the seven-day period ending at 7 a.m. Thursday. • Ricky Lee Hamilton, 22: seconddegree receiving stolen property. Follow the news • Tommy Joe Smith, 51: third-degree burglary. @AnnistonStar • Donald Dye, 56: second-degree domestic violence. • Natasha Yvette Miller, 25: two counts of possession of a controlled

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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:

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substance. • Gabrielle Dionne Walker, 25: obstructing justice by using false I.D.

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The following felony arrests were reported by the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office during the seven-day period ending at 7 a.m. Thursday. • Tracy Lynn Hurst, 41, of Anniston: second-degree domestic violence. • Alyce Bernice Baldwin, 36, of Eastaboga: failure to appear in court for first-degree receiving stolen property. • Ashley Nicole Walker, 27, of Hillsboro, Fla.: failure to appear in court for distribution of a controlled substance.

BLOTTER Crimes are listed by location. Anonymous tips may be called toys. • Residence, 400 block of Leighton Avenue: car seat. in to Crime Stoppers at 256-238-1414. A reward of up to • Residence, 3100 block of Walnut Avenue: router, monitor, • Residence, 400 block of Oak Lane: food, clothing, toys, $1,000 may be given. coins. computer, game console, suitcase, power cord. • Residence, first block of Craig Drive: wheels. Anniston Thefts • Residence, 400 block of Oak Lane: purse, wallet, cash, The following property crimes were reported to the Annis- • Commercial location, 5500 block of McClellan Boulevard: phone charger, debit card. • Residence, 1800 block of Moore Avenue: 1992 Buick ton Police Department during the seven-day period ending cash. • Residence, 100 block of Hill Street: jewelry. LeSabre. at 7 a.m. Thursday. • Residence, 4400 block of Linda Lane: jewelry. • Residence, 2800 block of McClellan Boulevard: firearm. Burglaries • Residence, 1700 block of Leighton Avenue: guitar, ampliCalhoun County • Commercial location, 5100 block of Saks Road: vehicle fier, guitar case. parts. • Residence, 300 block of Wilkerson Drive: clothing, shoes. The following property crimes were reported to the Calhoun • Residence, 2100 block of Thomas Avenue: television, • Residence, 1900 block of Wilmer Avenue: tablet com- County Sheriff’s Office during the seven-day period ending coins. puter. at 7 a.m. Thursday. • Residence, 400 block of South Colvin Street: televisions, • Bar, 1000 block of Noble Street: cell phone. laptop computer, tower. • Department store, 5500 block of McClellan Boulevard: Burglaries • Commercial location, 1200 block of Noble Street: com- cell phone. • Residence, 300 block of Crimson Tide Road, Piedmont: puter, checks. • Restaurant, 600 block of Quintard Avenue: cash. television. • Commercial location, 1200 block of Noble Street: laptop Auto-related thefts Thefts computer, monitor. • Commercial location, 1600 block of Christine Avenue: • Residence, 500 block of 23rd Street: 2000 Mazda 626. • Residence, New Liberty Road, Jacksonville: firearm.

RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS 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 (four- or 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.

Drive, Oxford — 90, problems with sanitization rinse. • Quizno’s Subs, 1783 Hamric Drive, E., Oxford — 93, approved food safety course certificate required.


• Arby’s, 30 Oxford Exchange Blvd., Oxford — 99. • Brad’s Bar-B-Que, 1809 U.S. 78, E., Oxford — 98. • Domino’s Pizza, 110 Ladiga St., SW, Jacksonville — 99. 4-OR 5-POINT DEMERITS • Dorsey’s Supermarket, 601 Main St., • Outback Steakhouse, 196 Springbranch Oxford — 98.

• Firehouse Subs, 522 Oxford Exchange Blvd., Oxford — 96. • Garfrerick’s Café, 655 Creekside Drive, Oxford — 99. • Hampton/Jacksonville Hotel (Pantry), 1041 JD & L Drive, Jacksonville — 99. • Hardee’s, 700 Quintard Drive, Oxford — 96. • IHOP, 1904 U.S. 78, Oxford — 97. • Jefferson’s, 407 Pelham Road, N., Jacksonville — 94. • Julia’s Kitchen, 1 Cliff Garret Drive, Oxford — 98. • Ladiga Manor, Jacksonville — 98. • Los Mexicanos, 500 Hamric Drive, Oxford

— 99. • Meadowbrook Abundant Childcare, Oxford — 99. • Olive Garden, 401 Oxford Exchange Blvd., Oxford — 97. • Sleep Inn, 88 Colonial Drive, Oxford — 98. • Struts, 500 Forney Ave., Jacksonville — 94. • Subway, 2030 U.S. 78, E., Oxford — 95. • Wake & Bake Pizza & Coffee Co., 109 Ladiga St., SE, Jacksonville — 96. • Walmart (Deli), 1625 Pelham Road, S., Jacksonville — 97.

Top tips for fliers stranded by winter’s storms By Scott Mayerowitz Associated Press

NEW YORK — A massive winter storm is disrupting travel plans for tens of thousands of fliers trying to get home after Christmas. Snow, thunderstorms, sleet, tornados and high winds have grounded planes in the nation’s midsection and are expected to slow operations on the East Coast. Delays last week racked up from Dallas to Indianapolis to Chicago. By Wednesday, more than 1,100 flights

nationwide had been scrapped, according to flight tracking site FlightAware. com. More cancelations are likely throughout the evening, with Washington, New York and Philadelphia expected to see the largest problems. For instance, wind gusts at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport could exceed 50 mph Wednesday night, according to FlightAware. Passengers are pretty much at the mercy of Mother Nature and the airlines. But there are a few things they can do

to improve their odds of getting home quickly. • If you miss your connection, the airlines will automatically rebook you on the next available flight. However, with flights at near capacity, the next open seat could be several days away. Two years ago, some Christmas fliers had to wait nearly a week to get home. • If you’re unhappy with your rebooked flight, get in line to speak to a customer service representative. But also, pick up the phone and call the airline directly, go onto the airline’s

website and even consider sending a Tweet. • Consider buying a one-day pass to the airline lounge. It’s a nice place to relax away from the crowd and there are usually free drinks and small snacks. But the real secret to the lounges is that the airline staffs them with some of its best — and friendliest — ticket agents. The lines inside will be much shorter and these agents are magically able to find empty seats where nobody else can. One-day passes typically cost $50 per person.

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CALENDAR: PROPERTY TRANSFERRED • Thomas E. Coleman and Carolyn M. Coleman to Coleman Holdings LP, Hamilton subdivision, block G, lots 9-15, $10. • Kimberly Diane Bennett Zinn to Kimberly Diane Bennett Zinn, Deville Estates, 2nd addition, block A, lot 13, $0. • Mark Chapman to Rose Acceptance Inc., a parcel of land in section 21, township 13, range 8, $2,019. • Monna Lockridge to Curtis R. Cardwell, Walton Brack subdivision, lots 7-10, $10. • Branch Banking & Trust Co. to Noe Lopez and Mariela Lopez, a parcel of land in section 25, township 16, range 8, $10. • Kenneth L. Eaton and Amanda Eaton to Jonathan B. Guy and Katie L. Guy, a parcel of land in section 32, township 15, range 9, $10. • HW LLC to Robert Paul Murray and Kimberly K. Murray, a parcel of land in sections 29/30, township 14, range 9, $10. • Ruby P. Boozer and Benjamin B. Boozer Jr. to Benjamin B. Boozer Jr. Revocable Trust, a parcel of land in section 9, township 13, range 8, $10. • Ruby P. Boozer and Benjamin B. Boozer Jr. to Benjamin B. Boozer Jr. Revocable Trust, North Woods subdivision, 1st addition, lots 5 and 6, $10.

• Ruby Boozer to Benjamin B. Boozer Jr. Revocable Trust, a parcel of land in section 4, township 15, range 8, $10. • Ruby Boozer and Benjamin B. Boozer Jr. to Benjamin B. Boozer Jr. Revocable Trust, a parcel of land in section 4, township 15, range 8, $10. • Eagles Landing LLC to Oak Castle LLC, Verbon George Estate, lots 17 and 18, $83,560. • Sher-Wil/HOP LLC to 9460 LLC, Darolyn Ross 2006 Revocable Trust and E&C Granz Family Trust, Golden Spring subdivision No. 2, lot 22, $10. • Branch Banking & Trust Co. to Anita P. Soto, Indian Oaks Estates, section 2, lot 37, $10. • Robert B. Jones and Mary Lois Jones to Cindy Michelle Jones Miller, South Anniston Land Co., 1st division, block 3, lots 18-22, $1. • Thomas R. Garvey and Linda E. Garvey to Thomas R. Garvey and Linda E. Garvey, a parcel of land in section 34, township 16, range 7, $10. • Freddie Mac to Edward E. Brown and Denise M. Brown, S. E. Boozer re-subdivision of Pines subdivision, lots 18 and 19, $27,500. • Elvira Free, Benjamin C. Free and Robert C.

Free Jr. to Bobby Joe Gray, a parcel of land in sections 4/9, township 16, range 7, $1. • Ralph Sims Jr. to Ralph Sims Jr. and Elizabeth E. Parris Sims, Jacksonville Mining & Manufacturing Co., block 291, lots 21-24, $10. • Tommy W. Spendlove to Jeffrey Spendlove and Frances H. Morris, a parcel of land in section 34, township 16, range 6. • Mel Stewart and Ashley Stewart to Donald Ryan Varnum, a parcel of land in section 12, township 16, range 8, $10. • Codie J. Smith to Dennis Smith, a parcel of land in section 8, township 16, range 9, $10. • Phillip Twilley and Laura L. Twilley to Allen L. Womack and Vicki L. Womack, Stone Ridge subdivision, block 2, lot 4, $10. • Michael D. Everett to Darius Ware, Anniston Land Co., block 515, lot 13, $10. • Roger Allen Hall to Owen Griffith, a parcel of land in sections 27/34/35, township 14, range 9, $380,000. • Carr Land Co. Inc. to Calhoun County, J. V. Liles subdivision, block A, lots 1-5; block D, lot 1, $10. • Randall Morgan to Percy Godhigh Jr., South Anniston Land Co., 1st division, block 32, lot 12. • Tommy L. Thompson to Mary B. Bundrum,

Virginia Acres, 1st addition, lot 44, $10. • Bobbie Jean McCormick to McCormick Property LLC, L. M. Burns subdivision, 3rd division, block A8, lots 1-6, 8 and 9, $10. • Boreen Investments LLC to Santiago Martin Balma-Bava, a parcel of land near 918 Jacksonville Street, Weaver, $12,000. • Jeffrey A. Schmiedl and Traci A. Schmiedl to Benjamin A. Watson and Jennifer L. Watson, Kon Tiki subdivision, lot 49, $10. • Hugh M. Childress and Sarah F. Childress to Ronald Dewey Hanner and Jeana Marie Hanner, a parcel of land in section 10, township 13, range 10, $10. • JPMorgan Chase Bank to Housing & Urban Development, Alexandria Heights subdivision, lot 32. • Habitat for Humanity of Calhoun County Inc. to Laretta Montgomery, Quail Run subdivision, 1st addition, block A, lot 14, $70,000. • Terry Parks to Terry Parks and Cathy Parks, Deer Ridge, lot 5, $10. • Scott Paslay to MUSA Properties LLC, a parcel of land in section 30, township 15, range 8, $10. • Gerald Winkler to Jeffery Winkler, a parcel of land in section 9, township 16, range 7, $10.

FORECLOSURES • Stanley Bussey and Amanda Bussey, Jacksonville Mining & Manufacturing Co., block • William B. Hardegree, R. J. Riddle map, block 506, lot 5. 143, lots 9 and 10. • Tracey B. Phillips and Lou Ann Phillips, a parcel of land in section 7, township 14, • Stephen C. Wright and Courtney Wright, Alexandria Heights subdivision, lot 40. range 7.

Adele voted AP Entertainer of the Year for 2012 By Jake Coyle

By the end of the year, her sophomore album, “21,” had passed 10 million copies Associated Press sold in the U.S., only the 21st album in the NEW YORK — Though Adele didn’t Nielsen SoundScan era (begun in 1991) to have a new album or a worldwide tour achieve diamond status. Buoyed by hits in 2012, she’s still rolling. After a year like “Someone Like You” and “Rolling in of Grammy glory and James Bond the Deep” long after its release in early soundtracking, Adele has been voted The 2011, “21” was also the top-selling album Associated Press Entertainer of the Year. on iTunes for the second year running. In 132 ballots submitted by members As David Panian, news editor for and subscribers of the AP, Adele easily out- Michigan’s Daily Telegram, put it: “It just paced other vote-getters like Taylor Swift, seemed like you couldn’t turn on the radio “Fifty Shades of Grey” author E.L. James, without hearing one of her songs.” the South Korean viral video star PSY and Women have had a lock on the annual the cast of “Twilight.” Editors and broadEntertainer of the Year selection. Previous casters were asked to cast their ballot for winners include Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, the person who had the most influence on Betty White and Tina Fey. Stephen Colbert entertainment and culture in 2012. is the lone male winner in the six-year hisAdele’s year began in triumph at the tory of voting. Grammys, took a turn through recording The Grammy Awards in February were the theme to the 007 film “Skyfall,” and essentially the de-facto crowning of the ended with the birth of her son in October. 24-year-old Adele, whose real name is The ubiquitous Adele was that rare thing Adele Adkins, as a pop queen. She won six in pop culture: an unqualified sensation, a awards, including album of the year. It was megastar in a universe of niche hits. also a comeback of sorts for Adele, who

performed for the first time since having vocal cord surgery, drawing a standing ovation from the Staples Center crowd. “This record is inspired by something normal and everyone’s been through it: just a rubbish relationship,” said Adele. But her luck in love has since turned, thanks to her boyfriend Simon Konecki. In an interview with Vogue magazine, Adele said she was through with break-up records and done being “a bitter witch.” When Adele announced in June that she was having a baby with Konecki, her website promptly crashed under the heavy traffic. Their son was born in October. With such an avalanche of success and now a mother of a newborn son, Adele has understandably taken a step out of the spotlight. One notable exception was recording the opening credits theme song to “Skyfall.” The song was recorded with her “21” producer Paul Epworth at the Abbey Road Studios in London with a 77piece orchestra. Within hours, it zoomed to the top of digital charts.

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In this Feb. 12, 2012 file photo, Adele accepts the award for record of the year for “Rolling in the Deep” during the 54th annual Grammy Awards, in Los Angeles.

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