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SUNDAY RECORD YOUR GUIDE TO PUBLIC RECORDS AND VITAL STATISTICS IN CALHOUN COUNTY BANKRUPTCIES
DEATHS Fay Adcock, Roanoke Dr. E. Neil Anderson, Weaver Marvin J. Bible, Anniston Lovella “Lottie” Black, Anniston Sonya Y. Bradford, Anniston Hazel Elston Caldwell, Hobson City Millard C. Champion Sr., Anniston Ted Chesnut, Sand Rock John Douglas “Doug” Clark, Leeds Steve Clinkscales, Oxford Kathy Lois Cunningham, Huntsville Beatrice Dates, Heflin Brendalyn B. Duncan, Talladega Bobby Elkins, Heflin Watt Andy “Dub” Ellis Jr., Centre Dwight Lyman Evans Jr., Anniston Jerry David Forrest, Jacksonville Margaret “Ruth” Gaines, Oxford Edna Mahaffey Grimes, Anniston Herman Burgess Grizzard, Ranburne Margie Harmon, Jacksonville Samuel Marvin Haywood, Tennessee Jason “Huggins” Hendrix, Oxford Johnny Hunter, Centre Nancey Jeffries, Oxford Cynthia Roper “Cissie” Jenkins, Anniston Frederick Jones, Wellington John Keith, Anniston
Robert H. Kennedy, Kellyton Lee Curry Leonard, Anniston Jacquelyn B. Lewallyn, Wellington Randy O. McCurry, Anniston Ruth Hamlett McGalliard, Alexandria Billy Ray Mitchell, Anniston James “Jim” Morrison, Morriston, Tenn. Patsy Bowen Morrison, Pelham Samuel “Sammie” G. Mullinax, Lincoln Ashley Rachel Murphree, Gadsden Gladys Dianna Nabors, Weaver Johnnie Oren Payne, Wedowee James Edwin Perry, Georgia Phillip Posey, Vincent Jeff Russell, Saks Robert Sanford, Centre Edgil Sanfored, Cedar Bluff Betty Honea Smith, Jacksonville Samantha Callaway Smith, Ohatchee Velino S. “Pat” (Walker) Smith, Cullman Willie Suttle, Talladega Rhonda Lynne Burns Thacker, Anniston Dexter Wade Thomas, Anniston Yvonna Turley, Heflin Tyrone “Tony” Wilson, Talladega Carolyn Jean Morris Winston, Anniston Charles Woodgett, Georgia Ruth Woodlee, Roanoke Olivettis “Vet” Woods, Birmingham
RATE OF BANKRUPTCIES 1515 13
52 weeks ago
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 • Thomas Brett Sherbert, Blackberry Lane, Alexandria • Ronald Glenn Gay and Cynthia Ann Gay, Hilltop Drive, Anniston • Wanda Jane Herman, Ina Lane, Oxford • Royce Heath McGlaughn, Gunnells Road, Jacksonville • Karen Haywood, Greenbrier Dear Road, Anniston • Joshua S. Cryar and Dora Lynn Cryar, Sherwood Drive, Anniston • April Dawn Grooms, Shannon Lane, Anniston • Eric Walker Mason and Pamela Tompkins Mason, Taylor Avenue, Anniston • Crystal M. Brown, Willow Point, Anniston • Teresa Turner Rollins, Whites Gap Road, Jacksonville • Tracy Patterson, Gurnee Avenue, Anniston • Betty Thrasher Bussey, Dessie Circle, Oxford
MARRIAGE LICENSES • Joel Wayne Thrash of Jacksonville to Jennifer Hannah Turner of Wellington • Gabriel Carvion Chandler of Anniston to Latoya Renee Patterson of Anniston • George Perry Woodard of Wellington to Tammy Kay Yancey of Wellington • Larry Dewayne Carden of Fayetteville to Michele Lea Carden of Fayetteville • Nicholas Toney Barker Bentley of Anniston to Emerald Elizabeth Dukes of Anniston • Vonteruis Dubrian Oden of Jacksonville to Rebecca Cheyenne Jones of Jacksonville • Jarrell Taylor Ward of Anniston to Charmane Denise Ellis of Anniston
• Tyler Christian Parris of Wellington to Julia Ann Brim of Weaver • Carlos Winfred Minor of Oxford to Venus Delores Smith of Oxford • Jerry Edward Pettus of Anniston to Merylene Ford Baker of Anniston • Aaron Marquis Tyus Campbell of Anniston to Patrice Neshelle Abernathy of Anniston • Richard Todd Kirkland of Ohatchee to Carolyn Taylor of Gadsden • Mack Edward Walden of Carrollton, Ga., to Christina Lynn Burrell of Carrollton, Ga. • William Frank Pope of Anniston to Rhonda Kaye Birchfield of Anniston
Here is the livestock market report for the Tuesday sale. Receipts for this week 727 compared to 893 last week. Receipts a year ago 520.
Bulls and steers (Medium and Large No. 1 and No. 2): 200-300 lbs. Too Few; 300-400 lbs. 220.00 to 240.00; 400-500 lbs. 200.00 to 234.00; 500-600 lbs. 175.00 to 200.00; 600-700 lbs. 145.00 to 172.50. Heifers (Medium and Large No. 1 and No. 2): 200-300 lbs. Too Few; 300-400 lbs. 190.00 to 205.00; 400-500 lbs. 180.00 to 193.00; 500600 lbs. 160.00 to 182.50; 600-700 lbs. 140.00 to 152.50.
Cows: Breakers 86.00 to 90.00; Boners 93.00 to 98.00; Lean 87.00 to 92.00. Bulls: Normal Dressing 54-58% 109.00 to 110.00; High Dressing >58% 116.00 DIVORCES to 119.00; Low Dressing • Elizabeth C. Cochran • Ryan Keith Pinson <54% 105.00 to 107.00. and Michael S. and Donna Kaye PinCochran son INCORPORATIONS • Marguerite Jane • James Dennis Tipton • Wests Garage LLC Lloyd and Grady Dar- and Rebecca Tipton rell Lloyd • Jennifer Howell and • JCW Enterprises Inc. • 431 Gas and Country Store • Sabrina Clayton Dustin Howell Word and Jeffrey Alan • Warren Dee Cald- LLC Word well and Lisa Ann • The Learning Farm • Jacob’s Mowing LLC • Lesslie Sparks and Caldwell • A & T Maintenance/SerCharles S. Sparks • Teresa Rasheita Hale vice Co. LLC • Verna Sims Edwards and Cornelius Laquan • Southern Hospitality and Clifton Lewis Hale Cleaning Services LLC Edwards • Christine Ann Upner • William Glen New- • May123 LLC Chapter 13 and John Willard man and Susan Lynn Dissolved Newman Upner • Steven B. Gorman, Hudson Avenue, • Buddy D. Hansford • Eboney Lewis • Cain Enterprises Inc. Anniston and Chandal C. Hans- Haynes and Tyler • RAH Wellness I LLC • RAH Enterprises LLC Mark Haynes ford FORECLOSURES • Penny Joe Dickson • Rebecca Michaels • RAH Wellness ChildersJames H. burg LLC • Fielden L. Lisle Jr., Camelot subdivision, and Jonathan I. Dick- and • RAH Wellness Jacksonson Michaels lot 28. ville LLC • Tab W. Wilson, a parcel of land in section • RAH Wellness LLC 9, township 15, range 8. EDITOR’S NOTE • Anniston Pest Control Inc. The material inside the Sunday Record is • Oxford Accounting & Tax WILLS PROBATED recorded by The Anniston Star from various Services Inc. • Mackie Enterprises Inc. • Linda Gail Sexton • Rilla Jo Patterson institutions and government offices. • Goal Post B-B-Q LLC The public records are published as they appeared on the documents obtained by the newspaper. Direct questions and comments about On Twitter: @AnnistonStar Sunday Record to Isaac Godwin at igodwin@ AnnistonStar.com annistonstar.com.
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. perature requirements during cold holding. Restaurants earning below 70 must raise NO MAJOR DEMERITS their scores within seven days or face cloBama Cowboy Saloon & Steakhouse, 1503 sure. Hillyer-Robinson Industrial Parkway, Annis4-OR 5-POINT DEMERITS ton - 94. Subway, 8076 Alabama 202, Anniston - 93, Bonnie Ray’s Bake Shoppe, 5818 McClellan potentially hazardous food did not meet tem- Blvd., Anniston - 96.
China King, 4882 U.S. 78, W., Oxford - 98. East Central Alabama United Cerebral Palsy Center - 100. First Class Pizza, 2427 Alabama 202, Anniston - 97. Hubbard’s On Main, 20 Choccolocco St., Oxford - 97.
ARRESTS 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.
Anniston The following felony arrests were reported by the Anniston Police Department (addresses not provided) during the seven-day period ending at 7 a.m. Thursday. • Justice Nicole King, 19: obstructing justice by using a false I.D. • Charles Terrell McGhee, 30: possession of a controlled substance.
• Valencia Cierra McKinney, 24: possession of a controlled substance. • Curtis Timothy Heath Jr., 23: first-degree possession of marijuana. • Marquise Javyoun Thomas, 19: first-degree robbery. • Jasmine Nicole Sturkie, 21: third-degree robbery. • Jason Lee Hubbard, 44: possession of a controlled substance. • Hillary Paige Slayton, 29: possession of a controlled substance. • Nathan Clay Ward, 31: third-degree burglary. • Trevontarious D’Shawn Tucker,
19: hold for other agency. • Ryan Louis Steinkamp, 22: illegal possession/fraudulent use of a credit card. • Tangela Michelle Prater, 45: obstructing justice by using a false I.D. • Andrew Scott Norton, 39: first-degree theft.
Calhoun County The following felony arrests were reported by the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office during the seven-day period ending at 7 a.m. Thursday.
• Jonathan Keith Parden, 28, of talladega: first-degree theft of property. • Rickey Lamar Bradford, 50, of Anniston: warrant of arrest. • Brandi Lecole Miller, 31, of Jacksonville: bond revocation. • Tony Lamar Sturkie, 49, of Wellington: violation of the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act. • Amy Sherie Armstrong, 31, of Clanton: failure to appear in court. • Alicia Michelle Towell, 29, of Anniston: probation revocation, failure to appear in court. • Shannon Ray Law, 34, of Piedmont: probation revocation.
•James Heath Royal, 25, of Alexandria: probation violation. • Meghan Anita King Clark, 26, of Oxford: I.D. theft. • Stephen Bradley Pruitt, 25, of Cave Spring, Ga.: second-degree theft of property by deception. • Fabian Cassuaus Hunt, 48, of Eastaboga: first-degree possession of marijuana. • Matthew Huey Haynes, 33, of Oxford: second-degree receiving stolen property. • Charles D. Braden, 29, of Anniston: probation revocation.
BLOTTER Crimes are listed by location. Anonymous tips may be called in to Crime Stoppers at 256-238-1414. A reward of up to $1,000 may be given.
Anniston The following property crimes were reported to the Anniston Police Department during the seven-day period ending at 7 a.m. Thursday.
• Residence, 2300 block of Noble Street: DVDs, copper wire. • Residence, 0 block of East 24th Street: television. • Residence, 1600 block of Boynton Avenue: television.
Street: catalytic converter. • Residence, 3100 block of Madison Street: firearm. • Residence, unspecified block of Sonia Lane: pop-up camper. • Residence, 2900 block of Newborn Street: jewelry. Robbery • Residence, 600 block of Winfrey • Parking lot, 1400 block of Cooper Lane: cash. Avenue: cell phone. Auto-related thefts Thefts • Parking lot, 300 block of East 18th • Residence, 5800 block of Holly Street: leather bag, cash, credit Trace: antique mantle with mirror. card. • Parking lot, 3100 block of Noble • Residence, 4700 block of Pitts
Avenue: firearm. • Residence, Coaches Lane, Alex• Parking lot, 1900 block of Quintard andria: tablet computer and case Avenue: cards, backpack, artwork. with stand. • Residence, Alabama 9, Piedmont: tool box, tools, anvils, cutting torch, welder, vehicle battery, air comCalhoun County pressor, hydraulic jack. The following property crimes Thefts were reported to the Calhoun • Residence, Mudd Street, Lincoln: County Sheriff’s Office during the fencing boards, storage tank. seven-day period ending at 7 a.m. • Residence, Cross Creek Trail, Thursday. Alexandria: utility trailer, metal Burglaries roofing.
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• Marlin Smith Sr. to Marlin Smith Jr., a parcel of land in section 1, township 13, range 10, $10. • Betty O. Freeman Living Trust to Jason B. Freeman, a parcel of land in section 27, township 14, range 7, $10. • Cathy Jean Peters to Catherine L. Peters-Estate and James A. Blackmon, a parcel of land in section 25, township 14, range 7. • Fannie Mae to William Martin Wakefield, Sagewood subdivision, lot 31. • Johnnie Johnson and Helen D. Johnson to Kelsey R. Johnikin, Anniston City Land Co., block 435, lot 2, $10. • Donald Malcolm Scher and Elisa A. Scher to Richard A. Scher, a parcel of land in section 25, township 13, range 7, $1. • Christina O’Brien to Luther D. Knight and Betty L. Knight, a parcel of land addressed 1223 McPherson Street, Oxford, $10. • Kerry H. Turner and Michael Hyatt to Jarrod L. Turner and Kerry H. Turner, a parcel of land in section 23, township 14, range 9, $10. • Jarrod L. Turner and Kerry H. Turner to Jarrod L. Turner and Kerry H. Turner, a parcel of land in sections 14/23, township 14, range 9, $10. • Lenora Johnson to Tracy Brown and Calvin Brown, South Anniston Land Co., 1st division, block 28, lot 13, $12,000. • Mary Jim Harper to James Roy Bennett and Lawana M. Bennett, a parcel of land in section 8, township 16, range 9, $10. • April R. Casey to Dennis H. Williams and Patsy J. Williams, Anniston Homestead & Fruitgrowers Assoc., lot 1902, $5,500. • Tammy Nichols, Bobby Keith Miller and Lawana M. Bennett to
Miller Oaks LLC, a parcel of land in sections 21/24/36, township 16, ranges 6/8, $1. • Cynthia Pate and Gary Pate to Darrell Bice and Tracy Bice, Emerson New Liberty Acres, lots 18-20, $10. • CitiMortgage Inc. to Freddie Mac, Standard Coosa-Thatcher Co., block 3, lot 19, $21,000. • Norman Johnson and Wendy C. Johnson to Norman Johnson and Wendy C. Johnson, Ramblewoods subdivision, lot 31, $0. • GE Capital Franchise Finance Corp. to Dong Alabama LLC, a parcel of land in section 14, township 14, range 8, $140,000. • Warren Dee Caldwell and Lisa Ann Caldwell to Warren Dee Caldwell and Casey Martin, a parcel of land in section 20, township 13, range 9, $10. • Ernest R. Davis and Wanda Sue Davis to Jeffrey Kane Hollis, Garner Estates, 2nd addition, block C, lots 5-7 and 10, $10. • Edwin Allsup and Emma Allsup to Stephanie Parker, a parcel of land in section 25, township 13, range 8, $10. • Fannie Mae to Lawrence W. Horton, Western Hills subdivision, lot 7, $61,000. • Donnie Anthony to Torrie E. Evans Woosley and Alisasa Evans McKinney, Mechanicsville subdivision, lot 32, $10. • Torrie E. Evans Woosley and Alisasa Evans Woosley to Tracey A. Decker, Torrie E. Evans Woosley and Alisasa Evans Woosley, Mechanicsville subdivision, lot 32, $10. • Joseph Earl Fagan Jr. to Joseph E. Fagan III and Margaret R. Fagan, a parcel of land in section 16, township 13, range 10, $10. • Palmer Henson and Patricia
Henson to Tolly Walker and Jan Walker, Wedgewood Trace, block A, lot 2, $10. • Iamon L. Frost and Lue L. Frost to Iamon L. Frost and Lue E. Frost, a parcel of land in section 8, township 14, range 7, $10. • Iamon L. Frost and Lue L. Frost to Carl D. Frost and Tammy Frost, a parcel of land in section 8, township 14, range 7, $400. • Iamon L. Frost and Lue L. Frost to William T. Frost, a parcel of land in section 8, township 14, range 7, $700. • Robert H. Kimbrough and Dorothy L. Kimbrough to David Littleton and Dallas Littleton, a parcel of land addressed 1029 Barry Street, Oxford, $10. • Paul D. Shelton and Melinda M. Shelton to Brandon Foster and Audriea Foster, Indian Oaks Estates, 5th section, lot 181, $112,000. • Jeanie B. Gardner to Joshua Keith Wright and Marjari Faith Wright, Hillyer Highlands, 11th addition, block 9, lots D and E, $10. • Vera Kay Barker to Odis Wayne Wells, Wayne Wells and Deborah Wells, Laney subdivision, lots 8-11, $1. • Vera Kay Barker to Odis Wayne Wells, Wayne Wells and Deborah Wells, Laney subdivision, lots 12 and 13, $1. • Elbert Preston Higgins to Preston Scott Higgins, Idlewild subdivision, lots 7-10, $45,700. • T and B Properties LLC to Aaron Nicholas Bain and Lisa Michelle Bain, Sugar Valley Estates, phase 1, block C, lot 6, $100. • Allison Paige Stone to Robert E. Stone III, Edgefield Farm, 2nd addition, block 1, lot 24, $10. • Lora Clarkson Kreitz and Gerald Kreitz to Patrick R. Sullivan
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OSCAR BALLOT Can you predict how the Academy will vote? Choose your picks for this year’s Oscars, to be presented March 2:
Best actor Christian Bale Bruce Dern Leonardo DiCaprio Chiwetel Ejiofor Matthew McConaughey
American Hustle, Singer & Russell Blue Jasmine, Woody Allen Dallas Buyers Club, Borten & Wallack Her, Spike Jonze Nebraska, Bob Nelson
Best adaptation for screen
American Hustle Blue Jasmine Gravity Philomena August: Osage County
American Hustle Gravity Nebraska 12 Years a Slave The Wolf of Wall Street
Best picture American Hustle Captain Phillips Dallas Buyers Club Gravity Her
Best supporting actor Barkhad Abdi Bradley Cooper Michael Fassbender Jonah Hill Jared Leto
Captain Phillips American Hustle 12 Years a Slave The Wolf of Wall Street Dallas Buyers Club
Best supporting actress Sally Hawkins Jennifer Lawrence Lupita Nyong’o Julia Roberts June Squibb
Blue Jasmine American Hustle 12 Years a Slave August: Osage County Nebraska
Best original song Happy Let it Go The Moon Song Ordinary Love
Cast in Britannia, an alloy of copper, tin and antimony Plated with copper, nickel, silver and 24-carat gold Since 1952, winners have signed agreement not to sell or auction Oscars without first offering them to the Academy for a $1 token payment
Continued from Page 1E restrictor — into which he plugged the least powerful microphone he could find, making a bit of a barrier between the savage amplifier and the recording equipment. The two devices managed to whittle sound and fury down to a dull roar — which saved the recording. “I almost cried,” said Johnson, recalling the meter hitting just beneath the distortion threshold. “Lord, thank you Jesus.” Johnson has many stories from those days, some of which are featured in “Muscle Shoals,” a 2013 documentary about the city once known as the “Hit Recording Capital of the World." The documentary is making its Northeast Alabama premiere March 14 at the Talladega Ritz Theatre. Johnson will attend and take the stage for a
Oscar ballots were due Tuesday. Here are my predictions for tonight’s Academy Awards. And now ... the envelopes, please.
The Act of Killing Cutie and the Boxer Dirty Wars The Square 20 Feet from Stardom
American Hustle, M. Wilkerson The Grandmaster, Chang Suk Ping The Great Gatsby, Catherine Martin The Invisible Woman, M. O’Connor 12 Years a Slave, Patricia Norris
Best animated feature The Croods Despicable Me 2 Ernest & Celestine Frozen The Wind Rises
Cuaron. Well-liked and respected, Cuaron took Directors Guild of America honors for his landmark effort.
Gravity The Hobbit: ... Smaug Iron Man 3 The Lone Ranger Star Trek Into Darkness
Original screenplay “American Hustle” probably won’t win many Oscars, but academy members will want to acknowledge it somewhere. This is the likeliest place, though it faces a tough challenge from “Her.”
Adapted screenplay “12 Years a Slave.” A landing spot for academy members not voting for “Slave” for best picture or director.
Documentary feature “20 Feet From Stardom.” The acclaimed “Killing” could eke out a victory, but we lean toward the crowd pleaser.
“Frozen.” Commercial juggernaut gives Disney its first win for animated feature.
Supporting actress Nyong’o. She’s deserving, and many will feel it’s a bit soon to reward Lawrence again.
“The Great Beauty.” Its Golden Globe win raised its profile; comparisons to Fellini hooked academy cineastes.
“12 Years a Slave.” With so many choices, it feels like a year when picture and director will split. It’s time for the pendulum to swing back toward serious fare. Leto. He and McConaughey will become the fourth pair of male actors from the same film to win lead and supporting Oscars.
Best visual effects
Foreign language film
“Gatsby.” Flash and fabric always rule.
Visual effects “Gravity.” Seamless work established a new standard for the medium.
“Let It Go.” Because there isn’t a singalong version of “Mandela,” is there?
“Gravity.” Cinephiles rejoice! Lubezki finally prevails for the kind of computer-generated spectacle that angers purists in this category.
where artists like Alicia Keys still make trips today. “Everybody who watches the WHAT: Screening of “Muscle movie is amazed at how many Shoals” documentary and Q&A hits they love came out of that with Jimmy Johnson (at right) one little place,” said Harris. WHEN: March 14 at 7 p.m. The Ritz Theatre is rolling WHERE: Talladega Ritz Theatre, out the red carpet for the eveTalladega Courthouse Square ning, with images of the historic TICKETS: $12 for adults, $8 for recording sessions filling the students. Groups of five or more, shop windows lining the north $10 adults, $6 students, includes side of the square next to the film and Q&A. North Street Bar afterparty is free and open to the theater, and an afterparty at the public. North Street Bar featuring live INFO: Visit ritztalladega.com or call 256-315-0000. music by Derrick Harris, a Nashville-based musician. Harris believes the night and question-and-answer session movie that are worth telling to the film will clue residents into a after the film, where audience the next generation,” said Daron part of Alabama history they can members can grill him about Kent Harris, an organizer of the take to heart and share with the his history with Aretha Franklin, premiere. rest of the world. Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bob Seger and The film takes viewers through “It’s something we can all be his tenure in the Muscle Shoals Muscle Shoals history, from the proud of as Alabamians,” said Rhythm Section, nicknamed founding of FAME Studios in the Harris. “The Swampers.” 1950s to the split between the Benjamin Nunnally is a free“If you talk to the Swampers, Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section lance writer in Jacksonville. You you realize the sheer tonnage of and FAME boss Rick Hall and can email him at bnunnallystar@ anecdotes that didn’t get into the into modern day Muscle Shoals, gmail.com.
Jerry Wexler and Willie Nelson stand outside the old Muscle Shoals Sound Studio. Talladega’s Ritz Theatre is showing a documentary of the studio March 14.
Despicable Me 2 Frozen Her Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
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Blanchett. After winning every prize leading up to the Oscars, the academy won’t shun her for headlines involving Woody Allen.
Best costume design Nebraska Philomena 12 Years a Slave The Wolf of Wall Street
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Best documentary feature
2nd addition, lot 44, $100. • Tommy G. Dulaney to Tommy D. Dulaney, Anniston Land Co., block 306, lot 9, $10. • Carol Carter Boyd to Sam’s Properties LLC and Commercial Property Place LLC, a parcel of land in section 22, township 16, range 8, $10. • Sandra Kaye Carter Urey to Sam’s Properties LLC and Commercial Property Place LLC, a parcel of land in section 22, township 16, range 8, $10. • Bridges Properties LLC to Donna R. Williams, a parcel of land in section 32, township 15, range 8, $10. •Karen Lynn Jones-Moradian to Ronald L. Jones, Glencoe subdivision, lot 14, $54,000. • Janie B. Reaves to Hilda Sevison, Ardsley Park, block 6, lot 4, $10. • Vickie Sims Morgan to Janie Sims McVeigh Duncan and Jerry D. Duncan, a parcel of land in section 33, township 14, range 8, $10. • Mary E. Qualls to Mary Elizabeth Haynes Revocable Living Trust, Verbon George Estate, lots 8 and 9, $10. • M. B. Greene to James Dover, Mechanicsville, block 24, lot 12, $33,600. • Veterans Affairs to Mary Fink, North Anniston Realty Co., Saks D addition, block 33, lot 7, $25,000. • Isabell Golden to Bobbie Ann Roberson, Anniston City Land Co., block 197, lot 12, $10. • Pioneer Properties LLC to Steven Buchanan and Sherry Buchanan, a parcel of land in section 6, township 16, range 8, $100. • Steven C. Downing and Rita L. Downing to Stacey L. McDonald and Anthony B. McDonald, a parcel of land in section 19, township 14, range 9, $10.
Winner predictions for f ilm’s biggest night
McConaughey. All right, all right, all right!
Before Midnight Captain Phillips Philomena 12 Years a Slave The Wolf of Wall Street
Best directing David O. Russell Alfonso Cuaron Alexander Payne Steve McQueen Martin Scorsese
The Broken Circle ... (Belgium) The Great Beauty (Italy) The Hunt (Denmark) The Missing Picture (Cambodia) Omar (Palestine)
Best original screenplay
American Hustle Nebraska The Wolf of Wall Street 12 Years a Slave Dallas Buyer’s Club
Best actress Amy Adams Cate Blanchett Sandra Bullock Judi Dench Meryl Streep
Best foreign language film
and Sharon Leigh Walker, Stoney Brook subdivision, 2nd addition, block 1, lot 24, $149,900. • Virginia H. Sexton to Virginia H. Sexton and Chris Alan Bundrum, fractional section 16/17/18/23 of a parcel of land in section 36, township 12, range 9, $10. • RWLS IV Holdings LLC to Randall W. Smith, Bradley Acres, block 1, lot 10, $23,500. • Macy S. Gay and Crystal L. Gay to Roy F. Pierce and Carolyn F. Pierce, Tyler Hill, block 4, lot 5, $10. • Farmers & Merchants Bank to Pipe Work Solutions LLC, a parcel of land in section 31, township 15, range 8, $1. • Robert Willie Bullock to Robert Willie Bullock and Barbara J. Bullock, Anniston, Pipeworks addition, block 10, lot 16, $10. • Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. to Rickey D. Hardy, Stoney Brook, 1st addition, block 4, lots 4 and 19, $42,000. • Robert C. Arbuckle to William Mackenzie Arbuckle, a parcel of land in section 25, township 14, range 7, $10. • Huckeba & Putnam Homes LLC to Kevin Dow Ford, Greystone Manor, phase 2, lot 95, $217,500. • Vernie G. Brittain to Thomas R. Cox and Lisa L. Cox, Anniston Land Co., block 541-A, lot 40, $30,000. • Housing & Urban Development to Vince R. Kiener, Lakewood Estates, 4th addition, block 1, lot 4, $10. • PHH Mortgage Corp. to Veterans Affairs, Pinewood subdivision, block C, lot 8, $10. • Alan Stovall and Angela Stovall to Ronald J. Borchelt, Five-W Lakesite subdivision, block 15, lots 4A and 5A, $100. • Edith Butler to Felisa Bush and Jessie Bush, Lyncoya subdivision,
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