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33t nniiimt tar Monday, April 2, 2012 Page 3A MONDAY YOUR GUIDE TO PUBLIC RECORDS AND VITAL STATISTICS IN CALHOUN COUNTY r . t Rtrfut Lm Mtabraok. Roanoka JaiMth Lynn Anglli, Ranburne Tares E. Armstrong. Anniston Mik Biilty, Anniston Unit Hyt Ball, Centra Cynthia Am Upturn Bobo, Oxford Jamas Uroy Bond, Cedar Bluff William Bradford, Anniston Anna Brumr, Anniston Jamw William Bullock, Heflin Eldon Chainirt. Laesburg Joyca Cofiald, Newell DwightT. Cooky, Delta Branda Faya Coppock, Jacksonville John M. Corfu. Anniston Alvin "Chip" Dalana Craightad, Saks James Ray Cospor, Weaver Robin 0. Dancy, Opelika Mary Jo Thompson Duncan, Alpine Mary Ruth Dye, Talladega Flelix Ervin. Heflin Billy F.Hill. Uneville Frankia Howard, Oxford Randy Lanier Hunt Talladega L Allan Hyatt, Piedmont Charlas Burrall Jackson Jr., Anniston Willie Kelley, Weaver Louisa Kilpatrick, Anniston Maggie Hardy Matthews Leach, Ohatchee Warren G. Lea, Lincoln Tavia M. Lott, Oxford Lucy Caudle Loudermilch, Fairhope Michael L McCargo, Talladega Collin "Super Hero" McDaniel, Anniston Lillian Orr Johnson Meadows, Talladega Donald Robert Morris Sr., Roanoke Mary Alma Nichols, Heflin Dewey L Nunnally, Anniston Rilla Jo Patterson, Gadsden John Louis Peterson, Talladega Helen Cornelius Pitts, Weaver Tina Coleman Pope, Spring Garden Mother Johnnie B. Sims, California David L Sims, Wedowee Billy Lavallion Smith, Ranburne Luther Mike Trosper Jr., Leesburg Louisa Vernon, Roanoke InellOrr White, Anniston Sarah Louise Seay Williams, Anniston Eunice Margaret Wilson, Georgia Edna Lucille Bailey Wood, Ashland James Claris Wright Jr., M.D., Indianapolis 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 Todd Atherton and Wanda Janette Atherton, 1595 Broadwell Mill Rd., Jacksonville Marshall Ellis Schmitz and Anita Marie Hernandez, 4219 Mitchell Rd., Anniston Jerry Powers, Jr., and Tonya Powers, 233 Digby Road, Oxford Justin Eugene Black and Heather M. Black, 78 Dre-mie Drive, Eastaboga Shannon J. Arrowood and Carrie A. Arrowood, 95 Canyon Trail, Alexandria Chapter 13 Stephanie D. Wainwright, 5372 Whisperwood Court, Anniston Kimberly C. Johnson, 41 5 West 14th St., Annsiton Kimberly G. Barth, 1229 Humphries St., Oxford George Michael Tucker of Birmingham to Alyson Lynne Fuqua of Birmingham JosiasJohannesAucamp of Oxford to Christa Edith Klump of Oxford Tyrone Fortia Garrett of Birmingham to Octavia Charlotte Mims of Macon, Ga. Dylan Rhodes Maxwell of Piedmont to Erica Rae Jones of Piedmont Phillip Eugene Holsem-back of Oxford to Barbara Sue Grissom of Oxford Tony Gino Santana of Piedmont to Adrienne Sybil Shad of Weaver Cedric Latrell Weeks Jr., of Anniston to Candice Nicole Roper of Anniston Coleman Francis House-knecht of Spanish Fort to Lauren Elaine Burney of Huntsville Christopher Michael Tramontane of Anniston to Rutchel Docdoc Baguioro of Anniston Curtis Jeffrey Anderson of Jacksonville to Kim berly Leeann Fleming of Jacksonville. Joshua Shannon Truitt of Prattville to Nichole Lynn Rucker of Prattville Kenneth Lane Hyche of Cullman to Rosemarie Williams of Fayetteville, Ga. Terrance Jamal Curry of Anniston to Shantell Annquenett Porter of Anniston Thomas Wesley Arm-brester of Munford to Lynay Edwards Dunaway of Oxford .,. Corey Wayne Moulton of Atlanta to Sarah Mad-elynne Miller of Atlanta Roy Junior Simmons Sr., of Anniston to Yvonne Annette Moates of Anniston Zondrick Vala Garrett of Eastaboga to Trishella Delks of Eastaboga Donnie Wesley Cooper of Munford to Stephanie Louise Kent of Munford Terry Ray Griffin of Anniston to Lindsey Kate Wiley of Anniston Kay M.Young Samuel David Clevenger Bettye J.Clem Bobby Lee ' Robert E. Gay iU'litlii'll ANNISTONSTAR.COM 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 Isaac Godwin atjgodwinjsu.edu. Here is the livestock market report for the Tuesday sale. Receipts for this week 618 compared to 554 last week. Receipts a year ago 445. FEEDER CLASSES: Bulls and steers (Medium and Large No. 1 and No. 2): 200-300 lbs. Too Few; 300-400 lbs. 180.00 to 232.50; 400-500 lbs. 170.00 to 197.50; 500-600 lbs. 145.00 to 175.00; 600-700 lbs. 127.00 to 159.00. Heifers (Medium and Large No. land No. 2): 200-300 lbs. Too Few; 300-400 lbs. 152.00 to 175.00; 400-500 lbs. 147.00 to 172.50; 500-600 lbs. 138.00 to 160.00; 600-700 lbs. 120.00 to 140.00. SLAUGHTER CLASSES: Cows: Breakers 84.00 to 89.00; Boners 90.00 to 94.00; Lean 75.00 to 80.00. Bulls: Normal Dressing 54-58 93.00 to 95.00; High Dressing 58 100.00 to 109.50; Low Dressing NOW, Inc. Dissolved Lakota Corporation Down to Earth Lawn Care, LLC Classic Mortgage Company, Inc. Rice, Adams & Turner, LLC 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 Thefollowing property crimes were reported to the Anniston Police Department during the seven-day period ending at 7 a.m. Thursday. Burglaries Residence, 4500 block of Saks Road: split system heat pump. Residence, 1600 block of Mulberry Avenue: washing machine, clothes dryer, lawn mower, string trimmer. Residence, 3500 block of Moore Avenue: electric guitar, amplifier, VCR, jewelry. Residence, 2900 block of U.S. 431 : electric stove, carpet cleaner. Residence, 300 block of Palmetto Avenue: three televisions. Thefts Parking lot, 2200 block of Alabama 202: vehicle batteries. Residence, 3100 block of Madison Street: air compressor. Department store, 5500 block of McClellan Boulevard: printers, clothing. (Recovered 03-23-2012) computer. Residence, 3600 block of West 14th Street: cell phone. Street, 300 block of East 17th Street: cash, jewelry. Auto-related thefts Parking lot, 2800 block of Noble Street: firearm. Parking lot, 1600 block of Warrior Road: purse, cash, debitcredit cards, personal I.D. Residence, 1200 block of Primrose Place: 2000 Toyota Tacoma. Calhoun County Robberies The following property crimes Residence, 400 block of William- were reported to the Calhoun son Avenue: game console, laptop County Sheriff's Office during the seven-day period ending at 7 a.m. Thursday. Burglaries Residence, Four Mile Road, Anniston: water heater, dishwasher, gas stove. Residence, Post Oak Road, Jacksonville: firearms. Thefts Residence, Holley Circle, Oxford: firearm with case. Residence,CashStreet,Ohatchee: heatair unit. Residence, Rocky Hollow Road, Jacksonville: jewelry. Robberies Parking lot, Alabama 204, Wel lington: cash. ( Auto-related thefts Residence, Choccolocco Road, Anniston: 1994 Toyota Celica. ID. theft Residence, Tiffany Lane, Ohatchee: cash. Oxford The following property crimes were reported to the Oxford Police Department during the seven-day period ending at 7 a.m. Thursday. Thefts Residence: utility trailer. Department store: cell phone, game controllers, charge kit. L 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 during the seven-day period ending 7 a.m. Thursday. Christopher Artislee Taylor, 18, of unspecified address: three counts of discharging firearm into building, second-degree assault. Leshun Blondeva Caldwell, 28, of unspecified address: three counts of illegal possessionfraudulent use of credit card, second-degree theft of lost property. Douglas Dewayne Sparks, 42, of unspecified address: possession of a controlled substance. Demalo Vontae Jones, 24, of unspecified address: first-degree possession of marijuana. Jeremy Davon Oliver, 22, of unspecified address: first-degree possession of marijuana. Charles Daniel Braden, 27, of unspecified address: third-degree burglary. Calhoun County The following felony arrests were reported by the Calhoun County Sheriff's Office during the seven-day period ending 7 a.m. Thursday. Stacey Allen Kellum, 28, of White Plains: possession of a controlled substance. Oxford The following felony arrests were reported by the Oxford Police Department during the seven-day period ending 7 a.m. Thursday. Ryan Louis Steinkamp, 20, of Anniston: possession of a stolen vehicle. Dexter Laron Kelly, 41, of Anniston: possession of a concealed weapon without a license, possession of a controlled substance. Jesse Ray Proctor, 24, of Centre: attempt to commit a controlled substance crime. 1 !MMi;fiiiiaiHiiKKi 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. 4-OR5-POINT DEMERITS Dad's Bar-B-Q, 3105 McClellan Blvd., Anniston 89, approved food safety course certificate required. Sonic Drive In, 302 Glade Road, Anniston 95, potentially hazardous food did not meet temperature requirements during cold holding. NO MAJOR DEMERITS Dorsey's Supermarket, 601 Main St., Oxford 97. Food Outlet Jr., 6346 U.S. 431, Alexandria 96. N Golden Corral, 201 Oxford Exchange Blvd., Oxford 96. Li's Place, 81 Big Valley Drive, Alexandria 97. Los Arcos Mexican Restaurant, 5630 McClellan Blvd., Anniston 98. Los Mexicanos, 1936 U.S. 78, E., Oxford 97. McDonald's, 3424 Greenbrier-Dear Road, Anniston 99. Nonna's Kitchen, 8314 Alabama 144, Alexandria 96. Sonic Drive In, 1529 Greenbrier-Dear Road, Anniston 96. Taco Bell, 504 Hamric Drive, E., Oxford 97. Yume Japanese & Asian Cuisine, 301 Colonial Drive, Oxford 97. BUSINESS Continued from Page 1A bras, deep in their purses, or tucked in a pocket if they had one. He noticed they disliked the belt pouches that many men use, as women do not wear belts as often as men do. As a guy, Crowe also sought a more convenient way to carry his own phone. He bought an earpiece, which hurt whenever he wore it, and he could not screen his calls. All of these issues set him up for the night of his dream. With the prototype in his hand, Crowe left his full-time job and called a patent attorney in Washington, D.C. "We searched for about three months," said Crowe, "and we could find nothing like it on the market." Upon the recommendation of the attorney, Crowe filed for a patent in a process that cost about $3,800. Then, he attended a show for Inventors in Pittsburgh where he received help and advice in coming up with a trademark, a logo and a product name. "Attending that invention show," said Crowe, "was wisest thing I did." Crowe has spent all of his savings to get the product ready for production and has applied for a loan from the Small Business Administration to carry his ideas forth. The Entrepreneurial Center in Anniston's Industrial Park is working with him to give him both advice and an office. So far, Crowe has sold about 200 Straps-Go devices, and he has talked to a friend he met in Pittsburgh about mass-producing them. After production is going well, he hopes to manufacture the device in Calhoun County. Crowe has two other ideas for inventions, another cell-phone accessory and a device for mothers with babies. "I love this," he said about his newest venture. "I could work on it 24 hours a day, and my days are not even long enough." So far, the Strap-N-Go is available only in black, but soon there will be blue, pink and red models. Another idea he has is setting up his company so that customers can order custom Strap-N-Go devices. Crowe's website is www.2gostrap.com. For information about Strap-N-Go, call Crowe at 256-225-4490. Sherry Kughn Need to meet? Get a room Anniston city officials are trying to give businesses a boost and fill the City Meeting Center by offering the center's rooms at half price. City officials sent out an announcement last week pointing out the price reduction. Prices for the large meeting room are merely reduced (rates vary depending on what sort of event you're holding) but other meeting rooms are half off. The offer is good only until the end of the year, and it's good only for weekdays during normal business hours. Weekends at the meeting center are already booked for months to come. For more information, call 256-231-7675 71m Lockette WE FEW QO LED) iu'ii :f II ))i.;iimiuimtik

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