[Dixielandjazz] Roof damage threatens priceless WWOZ record collection

BudTuba at aol.com BudTuba at aol.com
Sun Sep 11 08:10:31 PDT 2005

There is a company specializing in reroofing in the hurricane zone.   Here is 
an article about a company doing reroofing (temporary) for FEMA:
Aduddell Roofing Signs Temporary Roofing Contract with U.S. Army Corp of  
Engineers in Response to Hurricane Katrina
Wednesday September 7, 8:35 am ET 
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 7, 2005--Zenex International,  
Inc. (OTCBB:ZENX - News) is a holding company with currently one subsidiary  
company, Aduddell Roofing, Inc. 

Aduddell Roofing Inc. and Carothers  Construction, Inc. have recently formed 
a new joint venture agreement to work  with the USACE to provide this 
temporary roofing; subsequently, on Saturday,  September 3, 2005, joint venture 
partners Aduddell/Carothers signed an initial  contract with the U.S. Army Corp of 
Engineers (USACE) for $10,000,000. The  initial task order from the USACE 
covers the Mississippi counties of Pearl  River, Hancock, Harrison and Jackson to 
provide temporary roofing due to the  damage caused by Hurricane Katrina. 
Carothers was also Aduddell's joint venture partner on USACE temporary  
roofing missions in 2004, during Operation Blue Roof, specifically after  
Hurricanes Frances, Jeanne and Ivan devastated Florida. With more than 200 crews  
working daily, the Carothers/Aduddell team installed over 14,000,000 square feet  
of temporary roofing in the aftermath of these hurricanes. 
Carothers Construction, Inc. has been performing Federal contracts for  
decades, including multiple contracts for the USACE through several districts  such 
as Savannah, Mobile, Jacksonville, Omaha, Ft. Worth, and others. Carothers  
has been a recognized as an industry leader since its inception in 1956. 
Aduddell Roofing's founder, chairman and president, Tim Aduddell, has been  
critically involved in all aspects of severe weather consequence management for 
 more than a decade. Mr. Aduddell expresses his sincere concern for all the  
families hurt by this hurricane disaster, and prays that these families will  
have their homes and lives restored to normal as soon as possible. 
Safe Harbor - This press release contains certain forward-looking  statements 
within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of  1995. 
Prospective investors are cautioned that any such forward-looking  statements 
are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and  uncertainties, 
and that actual results may differ materially from those  projected in the 
forward-looking statements as a result of various  factors.
Perhaps this info can be passed on to the WWOZ people and they can apply to  
FEMA directly.  

Roy (Bud) Taylor
Smugtown Stompers Jazz Band
"...we ain't just  whistlling dixie!"

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