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Oxford Police Lt. Gordon Blackwell walks past a vehicle that was struck in the rear by what appeared to be gunfire in the midst of a shooting early Thursday afternoon. Police are continuing to investigate the incident, which happened in the southeastern part of the city.

Oxford police probe afternoon shooting By WILLIAM F. WEST Daily Dispatch Writer

OXFORD — Police are investigating a shooting that happened early Thursday afternoon along Peace Street near Person Street in the southeastern part of the city. Capt. Glen Boyd said that, to the Police Department’s knowledge, no one was injured. Boyd said that people were in custody and that the department was sorting out the details. Boyd said that at least one vehicle, a white Chevrolet sport utility wagon, was struck in the Please see ARREST, page 3A rear by what appeared to be a shotgun blast, and that another

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A Kittrell woman was arrested Thursday following an investigation into the operation of a boarding house, Henderson Police Chief Keith L. Sidwell announced. The woman, Mary Ester Thompson of 1664 Bobbitt Road, was charged with three counts of exploitation of the disabled or elderly, one count of felony larceny for theft of electricity from Progress Energy and two counts of possession of a stolen electrical meter. Members of the police department, the Department of Social Services, the fire department and code enforcement on July 28 responded to a code violation complaint at 212 Charles St., police said. The residence did not have electricity or water. Police said that three men ages 45 to 88 years were living there along with 5 others. The residents had no food, and human feces were found on the floors throughout the residence. Police said that one resident said they received only a small amount of nourishment each day. The elderly residents said they paid Thompson each month to provide food, shelter and care.

vehicle may have been involved in the incident. The Chevrolet was parked in a yard next to a house at 111 Summitt St., with Summitt Street being nearly parallel to Peace Street. And police were talking to people outside the house and along Peace Street. “We did recover some cartridges off of Peace Street,” Boyd said. “They were pistol cartridges.” Word of the shooting surfaced at approximately 1:40 p.m. Boyd said the department did not have any indication as to the cause of the incident. Contact the writer at

OXFORD — The State Bureau of Investigation obtained a court order to review a Road Runner email account used by Kelly Currin Morris, who has remained missing since early September 2008. The order, signed by Superior Court Judge Robert Hobgood, said the SBI on July 1 and on July 7 interviewed a citizen who indicated Morris had previously written from the address, with the citizen Morris providing the SBI a copy of an e-mail from the address and dated 2005. Road Runner Internet is a feature of Time Warner Cable. The SBI specifically obtained the court’s permission to look at any read or unread Road Runner e-mail in Morris’ name between Jan. 1, 2005, and Aug. 4. An SBI agent, in court records obtained by the Dispatch, said that he did not seize any items, but that Time Warner Cable would provide the SBI with documents. The SBI is keeping the identity of the citizen confidential because of details of past search warrants having been published by news organizations. Kelly Currin Morris’ husband, Scott Morris, has remained the sole “person of interest” in the disappearance of his wife and in the arson of the couple’s residence in the southwestern part of Granville County. The first signs of trouble surfaced shortly before 11:30 a.m. Sept. 4, when a caller to Emergency 911 reported a fire at the residence at 3220 Tump Wilkins Road southeast of Stem. Sometime between 4:30 and

5 p.m., the then-28-year-old Kelly Currin Morris’ 2005 Honda Accord was found abandoned approximately a mile away at a future subdivision, with her cell phone, pocketbook and other personal belongings still inside the car. On Sept. 12, the SBI concluded the house fire had been set deliberately. Then-Sheriff David Smith next declared Scott Morris a person of interest in the disappearance of Kelly Currin Morris and in connection with the arson. By Sept. 25, the first SBI documents were made public. They showed statements by Scott Morris about the vanishing of Kelly Currin Morris were inconsistent. The SBI additionally said sources specifically told them that Kelly Currin Morris and Scott Morris had separated before and had discussed divorcing and that he had punched holes in the wall during arguments and had once thrown a computer out of a window. And the SBI has said there is no evidence that Kelly Currin Morris, a mother of two, disappeared voluntarily. Scott Morris has declined to make any comments to the Dispatch. Throughout the rest of autumn 2008, the SBI focused on bank records of Kelly Currin Morris or Scott Morris and/or his tow truck business, with the SBI saying the crimes of arson and homicide are often committed in relation to financial motives. Additionally, the SBI received court approval to obtain Kelly Currin Morris’ laptop computer, to review e-mail records held by telecommunications giant Verizon regarding kcmorris1@ verizon. net, to review an e-mail address labeled kmorris1@ Please see MORRIS, page 3A

N.C. lawmakers leave bills on to-do list for next year Home-as-castle doctrine, annexation among items taking back seat to budget By EMERY P. DALESIO Associated Press Writer

RALEIGH — For emergency room nurse Terry Shook, his home is his castle. Anyone who kicks down his door to get inside ought to expect to be carried out again in a stretcher. That’s why he has urged the General Assembly to pass legislation making state law on deadly force crystal clear with the doctrine that unlawful and forcible entry into a home allows the resident to shoot without fear of potential prosecution. “I think we should have the right to protect ourselves against these people who want to do whatever they want to me. If somebody comes through the door to my house, as far as I’m concerned they’re bought and paid for,” said Shook, 47, of Claremont. The legislation is one of many updates and reforms that stalled when the General Assembly adjourned this week, but which could surface again when lawmakers return in May. Lawmakers enacted nearly 500 new laws

on topics ranging from sex education for middle-school students to new protections for auto dealers who could lose their General Motors and Chrysler franchises. But most of the Legislature’s energy went into finding a compromise on how much to raise taxes and which programs to cut. Lawmakers produced a $19 billion state budget that was more than $2 billion lower than last year’s appropriated amount. Scores of other issues were left hanging until next year. “We were so busy trying to get the budget out, maybe we didn’t push it as hard as we could have,” said Sen. John Snow, D-Cherokee, a retired district court judge who was one of the co-sponsors of the bill establishing the home-as-castle doctrine. “We’re going to give it an effort to get it moved in the next session.” Supporters of establishing the castle doctrine want to ensure residents aren’t second-guessed if someone breaking in at night turns out not to have a weapon, said bill sponsor Sen. Doug Berger, D-Franklin. Perhaps the biggest issue left for next year was reforming a law to make it more difficult for cities and towns to pull neighboring property owners into the comPlease see LAWMAKERS, page 3A

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‘Can You Tell Me Where...?’ This horse having a mid-afternoon snack knows exactly where he is in Kittrell, but if you’re a motorist who doesn’t, you can look at these signs to figure out you’re at the intersection of South Chavis and Moss Stock Farm roads. Of course, if the third sign confuses you, just ask the horses.


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Saturday District Masons’ meeting — The 20th Masonic District meeting will be held at 8:30 a.m. at the Golden Corral in Henderson. Beacon Light Masonic Lodge #249 will be the host lodge. ACTS fundraiser — A fundraiser to benefit Area Christians Together in Service (ACTS) will be held in the old Winn Dixie parking lot on Dabney Drive from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event, sponsored by WIZS Radio, will include a pizza-eating contest, live music, a dunking booth, food and craft vendors, the Sports Mayhem rap team, a 50/50 raffle and more. Price of admission is canned goods or non-perishable food items that will go to the ACTS food pantry. Warren County Farmers’ Market — The Warren County Farmer’s Market is open from 8 a.m. to noon at the corner of Market and Main streets in historic downtown Warrenton. All produce is locally grown by the vendors. For more information or to receive a vendor application, contact the Warren County Extension Center at 257-3640. Vance County Farmers’ market — The Vance County Farmers’ Market is open from 7-11 a.m. The market is located at the intersection of Williams and Arch streets in downtown Henderson. Vendors interested in selling at the market should contact Wayne Rowland at 438-8188. Oxford Farmers’ Market — The Oxford Farmers’ Market, located on the corner of McClanahan and Lanier streets across from the police station in Oxford, is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Open house — The Kerr Lake Volunteer Fire Department, 5021 Satterwhite Point Road, will hold an open house from 2-5 p.m. Sparky the Fire Dog will be on hand and children’s activities will include face painting and balloon sculpting. Food and drinks will be provided. Dee’s Music Barn — Dee’s Music Barn, 3101 Walters Road, Creedmoor, will be featuring the Illegal Limits Band at 7 p.m. For more information, call (919) 528-5878.

Sunday Open house — A ribbon-cutting and open house will be held at the Afton-Elberon Volunteer Fire Department from 2-4 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend.


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Parents, students and staff members with Vance County Schools are urged to attend a meeting at 6 p.m. on Monday in the auditorium in Building 2 on the main campus of Vance-Granville Community College near Henderson to support plans for the “1 to 1 VGCC Vice President of Instruction Angela Ballentine, Ph.D., (left) addresses parents and stu- Initiative” program which will dents at the cookout/open house for the new Granville Early College High School on Aug. 4. provide laptop computers for all ninth-grade students in local public high schools. The meeting Monday is a community meeting conducted by the Golden LEAF Foundation to consider proposals for $2 million in grant funding that is available through the foundation to help with the school’s first principal is Vance-Granville Commu- Others began in 2008 at the costs of the “1 to1 Initiative.” Chris Ham, who formerly college’s Warren County nity College officials joined The school systems’ grant Campus (a partnership with held the same post at South Granville County educarequest will be one of several Granville High School of Warren County Schools) tors, students and parents considered at the meeting. and at the main campus (a Engineering and Applied at the inaugural cook-out/ The “1 to 1 Initiative” will partnership with the Vance Studies. open house for Granville County school system). Faculty members include initially provide laptop comEarly College High School puters for all ninth graders at “This is an awesome science teacher Kathy Alon Aug. 4. Northern Vance High School opportunity for Granville Parents visited with len, math teacher MeCounty and its students,” teachers and toured the linda Hicks, English teacher for the 2009-2010 school year, and then provide laptops for all Cecilia Wheeler, the dean classrooms at South GranSharron Scott and social ninth graders at the Southern, of VGCC’s South Campus, ville High School, which studies teacher Kristen Western and Early College said. serves as the new school’s Weeks. Reba Bullock is high schools for the 2010-2011 “VGCC and Granville temporary location while VGCC’s college liaison for school year. The Northern County Schools have always permanent facilities are the high school. Vance program will be used as shared a wonderful partnerconstructed near VGCC’s The school’s mission ship, and we look forward to statement calls for “a small, a model and training program South Campus, between for the other schools. All teachhaving the early college next personalized community Butner and Creedmoor. ers, ninth-grade students and to South Campus and to After enjoying dinner and that prepares all students making history together.” a brief program at nearby for success. Through a rigor- their parents must be trained before the program can be Angela Ballentine, Ph.D., ous, relevant curriculum, Creedmoor Elementary implemented at each high School, teachers remained to VGCC’s vice president of students will be exposed to instruction, added, “We talk with parents who were an innovative instructional school. are so excited about this unable to attend earlier in practice, 21st-century learnthe day. Classes began Aug. initiative and we’re looking ing, and the relationship Marketplace 11 for 50 students, all ninth- forward to working with the skills to be prepared for Cinema faculty, staff, and students graders. higher education and the Marketplace Shopping Center of the Granville Early ColEarly College programs world of work.” 438-9060 lege High School to provide allow high school students Technology will be inteTIME TRAVELER’S WIFE (PG13) to take both high school and meaning educational grated into every subject to DAILY: 12:50, 3:00, 5:10, 7:20 & 9:30PM opportunities for these college-level credit classes, help give students the types THE GOODS: young people. We look at no cost. At the end of a of experiences that are necLIVE HARD SELL HARD (R) forward to our continued five-year period, students essary to be competitive and DAILY: 1:15, 3:15, 5:15, 7:15 & 9:15PM partnership and we wish will graduate from GECHS marketable in today’s global GI JOE: RISE OF you all much success in the with both a high school economy. THE COBRA (PG13) coming year.” diploma and a two-year DAILY: 1:00, 3:20, 7:00 & 9:20PM Granville County Schools college degree or up to two ALIENS IN THE ATTIC (PG) years of college-transferable superintendent Tim Farley, Raleigh Road DAILY: 1:10, 3:10 & 7:10PM Ph.D., and other admincredit. The Granville Outdoor Theatre Open 7 nights a Week! G-FORCE (PG) istrators joined VGCC County Schools partnerFriday & Saturday DAILY: 1:05, 3:05, 5:05, 7:05 & 9:05PM NOW SHOWING: February 27 FrIDAY, & 28 officials at the open house. ship is the third of VGCC’s AUGUSt 14tH tHrOUGH THE UGLY TRUTH (R) The high early college high schools. HOTEL FOR DOGS DAILY: 5:10 & 9:10PM tHUrSDAY, AUGUSt 20tH

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munity’s taxing authority against the property owner’s wishes. North Carolina is one of fewer than a half-dozen states that allows municipal annexations that can force landowners into communities and taxes they don’t want. Municipal leaders opposed changes, saying the 50-year-old annexation laws allow communities to counter suburban sprawl that sees middle-class residents and their tax revenues move outside municipal limits. Supporters muscled the compromise legislation through the House, but the measure never got a hearing in the Senate. The ensuing months give groups lobbying for a voice and a vote for people whose property would be annexed into a city more time to build support for meaningful changes, said Tony Tetterton, vice president of the Fair Annexation Coalition, an umbrella organization for groups who fought local annexations. “It’s a good thing that it didn’t become law because it would be a very bad law,� said Tetterton, who lives in rural Johnston County

The Department of Social Services removed the elderly residents and provided medical treatment and housing. The investigation by the Criminal Investigations Section of the police department found that Thompson was leasing the property and running a boarding house, police said. Thompson is being held

near Selma. “I just think long-term we need to press upon the Legislature that we’re not going away until we see meaningful reform.â€? Other bills that could come up next year would: • Force commercial dog breeders to meet state standards, register with the state, and be listed on an Internet-accessible registry. • Require commercial wind farms to obtain a state permit, and ban them from being built on mountain ridges. • Change the comparative fault standard used in state courts, which prevents a person hurt in a car accident or slipping on a wet floor from recovering damages in court if a jury decides the plaintiff was even slightly to blame. • Let cities and towns choose to join a statewide experiment in taxpayer funding of local election campaigns. • Create a loan fund for companies developing new pharmaceuticals or other biotechnology products to finance the North Carolina plants and equipment needed to launch production and create jobs.

Freed reporters issue video to thanks their supporters LOS ANGELES (AP) — The television reporters held captive in North Korea for 4 1/2 months have issued a brief videotaped statement thanking all of the people who worked for their release. The video, posted Thursday on Current TV’s Web site, shows Euna Lee and Laura Ling sitting on a couch. Both look fit and rested a week after returning home.

Lee says the two plan to eventually share the story of their incarceration. Until then she asked for more time alone with their families. Ling adds: “But in the meantime, we just had to say thank you.� The two were working on a story for Current TV when they were seized after crossing into North Korea from China.

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Deaths Thomas E. Harris HENDERSON — Thomas Edward Harris, 65, ,of 310 Peters Lane in the Greystone community, died Thursday, Aug. 13, 2009, at his residence. The family will receive friends at the residence. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Davis-Royster Funeral Service of Henderson.

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In this Nov. 5, 1951, file photo, Les Paul and his wife, Mary Ford, perform with their guitars. Paul, 94, the guitarist and inventor who changed the course of music with the electric guitar and multitrack recording and had a string of hits, died Thursday in White Plains, N.Y., according to Gibson Guitar.

Guitar legend, inventor Les Paul dies at age 94 His guitar series widely used in music industry By LUKE SHERIDAN Associated Press Writer

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — Les Paul, the guitarist and inventor who changed the course of music with the electric guitar and multitrack recording and had a string of hits, many with wife Mary Ford, died on Thursday. He was 94. According to Nashville, Tenn.-based Gibson Guitar, Paul died of complications from pneumonia at White Plains Hospital. His family and friends were by his side. He had been hospitalized in February 2006 when he learned he won two Grammys for an album he released after his 90th birthday, “Les Paul & Friends: American Made, World Played.” “I feel like a condemned building with a new flagpole on it,” he joked. As an inventor, Paul helped bring about the rise of rock ‘n’ roll and multitrack recording, which


incredible. Today a guy wouldn’t think of singing a song on a stage without a microphone and a sound system.” A tinkerer and musician since childhood, he experimented with guitar amplification for years before coming up in 1941 with what he called “The Log,” a four-by-four piece of wood strung with steel strings. “I went into a nightclub and played it. Of course, everybody had me labeled as a nut.” He later put the wooden wings onto the body to give it a tradition guitar shape. In 1952, Gibson Guitars began production on the Les Paul guitar. Pete Townsend of The Who, Steve Howe of Yes, jazz great Al DiMeola and Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page all made the Gibson Les Paul their trademark six-string. Over the years, the Les Paul series has become one of the most widely used guitars in the music industry. In 2005, Christie’s auction house sold a 1955 Gibson Les Paul for $45,600.

HENDERSON — Elizabeth Thompson Granger, 85, died Thursday, Aug. 13, 2009, at her home at 2910 Dogwood Drive. She was a native of Chatham County, and the daughter of the late Lonnie Dee Thompson and Eura Jeanette Carr Thompson. Mrs. Granger was a member of the First United Methodist Church. She graduated from High Point College and had a long career with the Federal Government. She worked at the General Service Administration Tools Division, The Food and Drug Administration as administrative assistant to the Commissioner and administrative assistant to the Commissioner of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Upon retirement, she also became a managing partner of L.D. Thompson Heirs Property LLC, a family real estate development company. Royster of Rocky Mount and Kenneth Royster of Garner. Funeral services will be conducted at 11:30 a.m. Saturday in Fifth Street Baptist Church, 2800 Third Ave., Richmond, Va. Local announcements are by Davis-Royster Funeral Service of Henderson.

Mary A. Williams PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — Mary Alice Williams, 86, died Saturday, Aug. 8, 2009, in Philadelphia, Pa., of declining health. She was born in Warren County and was the daughter of the late Hillard and Kate Roberta Hayes Williams. She attended the Vance County public schools and joined New Bethel Baptist Church at an early age. Later, she moved to Richmond, Va., and New Jersey before making her home in Philadelphia where she joined First

Following a private internment, memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at First United Methodist Church by the Rev. George D. Speake. She is survived by one son, Steven Theodore Granger and his wife, Sarah Kelly Granger, of the home; a sister, Mary T. Lee of Clinton, N.C.; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Theodore A.Granger; and her sister, Margaret Christine Hixson. Friends will be received at the home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to First United Methodist Church, 114 Church Street, Henderson, N.C. 27536; or to Community Home Care & Hospice, 1242 Dabney Drive, Henderson, N.C. 27536. Arrangements are by J.M. White Funeral Home. Paid Obituary

Morning Star Baptist Church and remained a member until death. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at Phipps Chapel Baptist Church by the Rev. Daryl Napper. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. She is survived by her nieces and nephews, some of whom live in Henderson. The family will receive friends at the residence of Deborah Lemay, 520 Water St. Funeral arrangements are by Davis-Royster Funeral Service of Henderson.

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RICHMOND, Va. — Shirley Glover Ricks, 58, of Richmond, Va., died Thursday, Aug. 6, 2009, in Gainesville, Fla., of a fatal automobile accident. She was born in Vance County and was the daughter of Helen Kelly Glover of Henderson and the late Thomas Glover II. She joined Big Ruin Creek Baptist Church at an early age and attended the Vance County public schools where she graduated from the former Henderson Institute in 1968. Later, she attended N.C. Central University, receiving a bachelor of science degree, and a master’s from Tennessee State University in special education and mental health. She moved to Richmond, Va., and later joined Providence Park Baptist Church and was an active member until death. She belonged to several clubs and community organizations, was a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., and recently retired from the Virginia State Department of Mental Health and Retardation as a director. Survivors include her husband, Joseph Earl Ricks of the home; two sons, Joseph Earl Ricks II of Atlanta, Ga., and Patrick Douglas Ricks of Tallahassee, Fla.; her mother, Helen Kelly Glover-Royster of Henderson; a sister, Louise GloverManning of Henderson; and four brothers, James Glover and Bobby Glover, both of Henderson, Ricky

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WASHINGTON — The number of U.S. households on the verge of losing their homes rose 7 percent from June to July, as the escalating foreclosure crisis continued to outpace government efforts to limit the damage. Foreclosure filings were up 32 percent from the same month last year, RealtyTrac Inc. said Thursday. More than 360,000 households, or one in every 355 homes, received a foreclosure-related notice, such as a notice of default or trustee’s sale. That’s the highest monthly level since the foreclosure-listing firm began publishing the data more than four years ago. Banks repossessed more

than 87,000 homes in July, up from about 79,000 homes a month earlier. Nevada had the nation’s highest foreclosure rate for the 31st-straight month, followed by California, Arizona, Florida and Utah. Rounding out the top 10 were Idaho, Georgia, Illinois, Colorado and Oregon. Among cities, Las Vegas had the highest rate, followed by the California cities of Stockton and Modesto. While there have been numerous recent signs that the ailing U.S. housing market is finally stabilizing after three years of plunging prices, foreclosures remain a big concern. Foreclosures are typically sold at a deep discount, hurting neighbors’ home values.

The mortgage industry has been slow to adapt to the surge in foreclosures. Many lenders have needed government prodding to get up to speed with the Obama administration’s plan to stem foreclosures. The Treasury Department said last week that banks have extended only 400,000 offers to 2.7 million eligible borrowers who are more than two months behind on their payments. More than 235,000, or 9 percent, those borrowers have enrolled in threemonth trials in which their monthly payments are reduced. “The volume of loans that are in distress simply overwhelms” those efforts, said Rick Sharga, RealtyTrac’s senior vice president for marketing.

Business Wire E-mails from public overload Congress Web site WASHINGTON (AP) — People are flooding members of Congress with so many e-mails that they are overloading the House of Representatives’ primary Web site, Congressional technicians warned House lawmakers on Thursday that the Web site may be slow or unresponsive because of the large volume of e-mail being sent to members. The spike in e-mail traffic comes amid boisterous town hall meetings across the country debating President Barack Obama’s plan to overhaul the nation’s health care system.

Ford to boost production of Focus, Escape DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) — Ford Motor Co. said Thursday it will build more of its popular Focus and Es-

cape vehicles this quarter to meet growing demand from the federal government’s Cash for Clunkers program. As a result, the automaker now expects to produce 495,000 vehicles in the third quarter, up 2 percent from its prior forecast of 485,000. The increase includes more than 6,000 Focuses, a small car that ranks as the second most popular new vehicle purchased under the Clunkers program, and 3,500 Escape crossovers, among the top 10 most popular. Ford said it plans to build the Focuses at the Wayne Assembly Plant in Michigan, where the company will add Saturday shifts and weekday overtime to boost production. The company will build the Escapes at its Kansas City Assembly Plant, where employees have agreed to work two days during a planned shutdown week in August.

Hepatitis lawsuit filed against Ill. McDonald’s MILAN, Ill. (AP) — An Illinois mother and daughter have sued McDonald’s Corp. and a Milan McDonald’s, saying they were sickened with hepatitis A after eating at the restaurant. Karie Fiegel of Kappa and her 14-year-old daughter filed the lawsuit Thursday in Rock Island County Circuit Court. It’s the second lawsuit from a McDonald’s patron sickened in a recent hepatitis A outbreak. Attorneys are seeking class-action status in a separate lawsuit on behalf of people who received preventive shots. McDonald’s spokeswoman Danya Proud says the restaurant took immediate action when local health officials notified them about the hepatitis outbreak. Proud says it would be inappropriate to comment further on a pending lawsuit.




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Edward Jones first among ‘Best Companies’ The financial services firm Edward Jones recently was named the No. 1 company on the “Best Companies to Work for in North Carolina” ranking, according to four Henderson/Oxford Edward Jones financial advisors. NC Magazine teamed up with the North Carolina Chamber to rank the state’s best employers. The ranking was based on a two-part process, a questionnaire filled out by the employers about benefits and policies and an engagement and satisfaction survey completed by the employees. The Henderson/Oxford financial advisors include Tony Adams, Lennie Blackley, Jeff Perry and Clem Seifert.

This is the most recent in a series of recognitions the firm has recently received. For the 10th year, the firm was named one of the “100 Best Companies to Work for in America” by Fortune magazine in its annual listing. The firm ranked No. 2 overall and No. 1 among large compa-

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Law Enforcement Briefs Ohio lab protests loss of 3-year DNA contract to N.C. firm CINCINNATI (AP) — An Ohio lab that lost its contract with the state for DNA testing wants Gov. Ted Strickland to review a state agency’s decision to award the work to a North Carolina company. DNA Diagnostics Center in Fairfield has complained in a letter to Strickland that awarding the 3-year contract to an out-of-state competitor will cost Ohio an additional $1 million and flies in the face of the governor’s promise to buy products and services from Ohio companies whenever possible. The Ohio lab says it has laid off 15 employees because it lost the state’s business, which would have been worth about $3.5 million a year.

N.C. innocence panel to hear convict’s case from ‘93 RALEIGH (AP) — A North Carolina man serving a life prison sentence for killing a prostitute 18 years ago will have his appeal heard by

the state’s Innocence Inquiry Commission. The News & Observer of Raleigh reported Thursday the panel will hear 47-yearold Gregory Flint Taylor’s case Sept. 3 and 4. Taylor was convicted in 1993 of killing a prostitute found dead on the streets of Raleigh. Prosecutors used evidence of a substance thought to be blood on the fender of Taylor’s truck parked near the body, but the substance was never tested. A commission investigator says semen found on the victim’s underpants did not match samples recently provided by Taylor or another man, Johnny Beck, who also had been charged. Prosecutors dismissed Beck’s charges after Taylor was convicted.

Feds seek help finding 8th N.C. terror suspect RALEIGH (AP) — Federal investigators are asking for the public’s help in tracking down an eighth North Carolina terrorism suspect. The FBI said Thursday it is seeking any information regarding the whereabouts of Jude Kenan Mohammad. The 20-year-old has been

indicted along with seven others already in custody. The indictment says that Mohammad went to Pakistan in October to engage in violent jihad. An FBI agent who testified at a detention hearing last week said authorities last heard he was still in Pakistan. Prosecutors accuse the eight men of plotting terrorism in a foreign country and a conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists.

N.C. man pleads guilty after 93 reptiles taken WAYNESVILLE (AP) — The owner of an Internetbased reptile business in North Carolina has pleaded guilty to violating wildlife laws after authorities seized nearly 100 animals. Multiple media outlets reported that 35-year-old Allen Rivera was fined $300 Wednesday for violating Haywood County’s animal control ordinance. Waynesville Police Lt. Brian Beck said Rivera had his 93 snakes and other animals returned about 5 p.m. Wednesday. Beck says Rivera was ordered to move the animals out of state.

Friday, August 14, 2009

HENDERSON POLICE DEPARTMENT Arrests • Jermaine Tunstall, 36, of 424 Old Epsom Road was arrested Aug. 11. Assault by strangulation. No bond listed. Court date Aug. 24. • Asa Edward Owens III, 21, of 1303 Hickory Ave., Greensboro, was arrested Aug. 11. Possession of Schedule II crack cocaine. Bond was set at $10,000. Court date Aug. 17. • Scott Patrick Lee Yarborough, 26, of 905 David St. was arrested Aug. 11. Failure to appear. Court date Aug. 17. • Eric Wilkins, 58, of 212 Davis St. was arrested Aug. 12. Communicating threats. No bond listed. Court date Sept. 15. • Clarence Hargrove Jr., 40, of 448 Cedar St. was arrested Aug. 12. Failure to appear. Bond was set at $300. Court date Aug. 23. • James Clayton Weaver, 43, was arrested Aug. 12. True bill of indictment. Bond was set at $25,000. Court date Sept. 1. • Joseph Stuart, 24, of 857 Lamb St. was arrested Aug. 12. Failure to appear. Bond was set at $3,000. Court date Sept. 1. • Arthur Hawley William Jr. 28, was arrested Aug. 12. Order for arrest/failure to appear. Bond was set at $1,000. Court date Aug. 25. • Alexander Small, 29, of 416 Ranes Drive was arrested Aug. 12. Order for arrest/failure to

appear. Bond was set at $256. Court date Aug. 25. • Kenneth Rew, 18, of 429 Winder St. was arrested Aug. 12. Simple assault and larceny. Bond was set at $500. Court date Sept. 9. • Darren Fleet, 19, of 120 Sherwood Drive, Warrenton, was arrested Aug. 12. Shoplifting. Bond was set at $400. Court date Aug. 31. • Latasha Shanelle Burton, 28, of 253 S. Beckford Drive was arrested Aug. 12. Failure to appear. Bond was set at $3,436. Court date Aug. 25. • Salvador T. Romero, 34, of 140 Shank St. Lot 22 was arrested Aug. 12. No operator’s license. Bond was set at $500. Court date Oct. 22. • William Brent Grissom, 21, of 1242 Hight St. was arrested Aug. 13. Simple assault, injury to personal property and injury to real property. Bond was set at $1,000. Court date Aug. 25.

Larceny • Melissa Prewer, 45, of HD Supply, 1029 S. Williams St. reported Aug. 12 the theft of a black Dell flat screen computer valued at $1,000. Damage to a glass door estimated at $250. • Tramont Davis, 36, of Belk, 350 N. Cooper Drive reported Aug. 12 the theft of a silver and black necklace valued at $195, a pair of Nautica shoes valued at $90 and a pair of jeans with belt valued at $44.

Breaking & Entering • Sean Hines, 16, of Sunrise Biscuit reported Aug. 12 a broken window. Damage estimated at $500. • Latoya Bailey, 24, of 220 Crozier St. reported Aug. 12 the theft of children’s clothes valued at $400, a Pioneer DVD player/ recorder valued at $100 and 2 gold necklaces valued at $400.

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VANCE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 901 Chalk Level Road, Durham, was arrested Aug. 10. Resisting public officer. Bond set at $500. Court date of Aug. 24. • Bernard G. Hunt, 27, of 824 Durham Manor, Durham, was arrested Aug. 8. Simple assault. Bond was set at $300. Court date Aug. 31. • Beverly Jackson, 43, of 1188 Rice Road was arrested Aug. 8. Worthless check. Bond set at $95.02. Court date Aug. 25. • Nico Bullock, 19, of 2490 N.C. Hwy. 39N was arrested Aug. 10. Assault with a deadly weapon. Bond was set at $1,000. Court date Aug. 18. • Tshmeaka Tysiona Durham, 27, of 828 Dick Faines Road was arrested Aug. 10. Communicating threats. Fraud - worthless checks. No bond listed. Court dates of Aug. 31 and Sept. 2. • James Alton West, 31, of 75 Eagle Lane was arrested Aug. 8. Failure to appear for no operator’s license and no seat belt.

Arrests • Christy L. Trammell, 28, of 1532 Glover St. was arrested Aug. 8. Failing to return rental property. No bond listed. Court date Aug. 31. • Quentin Ramseur, 49, of 1190 Stagecoach Road was arrested Aug. 7. Four counts of simple worthless checks. No bond listed. Court date Aug. 25. • Danny Temple, 38, of 465 Fern Lane was served a criminal summons Aug. 10. Worthless check. No bond listed. Court date Aug. 25. • John Howard Ellington Jr., 39, of 110 McClanaham St., Oxford was arrested Aug. 10. Order for arrest bond set at $81 and court date of Sept. 29. Injury to real property bond set at $1,500 and court date of Sept. 22. • Gregory D. Hargrove, 46, of 91 Al Brown Lane. Failure to appear - child support. Bond set at $100. No trial date noted. • Lamar Justin Hicks, 21, of

Bond was set at $800. Court date Sept. 10. • George Thomas Alston, 50, of 350 S. Vance Drive was arrested Aug. 8. Simple assault. Communicating threats. Bond was set at $300. Court date Sept. 14. • Lorena Piazza Brown, 38, 226 Gillburg Estates Court was arrested Aug. 8. Fraud - worthless check. No bond listed. Court date Sept. 14. • Thomas Shane Prescott, 33, of 88 L&S Lane was arrested Aug. 8. Assault on a female. Bond was sete at $1,000. Court date Aug. 17. • Peter Michael Knott, 55, of 598 N.C. 39 Loop Road was arrested Aug. 8. Failure to appear operating a vehicle without insurance. Failure to appear expired inspection. Fictitious tag. Bond was set at $500. Court date Aug. 31. • Yvetta Dawn Henderson, 28, of 627 Alexander Ave. was arrested Aug. 7. Failure to ap-

pear noise ordinance violation. Bond was set at $300. Court date Aug. 27. • Territa Chantay Durham, 19, of 830 Dick Faines Road was arrested Aug. 7. Failure to appear speeding and reckless driving to endanger in Guilford County. Bond was set at $500. Court date Aug. 26. • Brenda Erendida Arias, 17, of 2754 S. Cokesbury Road was arrested Aug. 7. Communicating threats. Bond was set at $300. Court date Aug. 24. • Durwood Marrow, 40, of 62 Meredith Lane was arrested Aug. 8. Domestic assault on a female. No bond listed. Court date Aug. 31. • Frank Andrew Terrell, 32, of 79 Evans Road Lot 11 was arrested Aug. 7. Order for arreste. Bond was set at $1,200. Court date Aug. 13. • Chrysti Vaughan, 35, of 1030 Jackson Royster Road was arrested Aug. 9. Order for arrest/failure to appear - misde-

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Larceny • Sasha Watts, 28, of 7969 N.C. 39 Hwy. N. reported on Aug. 10 that a food stamp card valued at $526 was taken from her mailbox. • Walter Parks Upright, 74, of 1265 Glebe Road reported Aug. 9 that a golf bag with assorted clubs valued at $1,500 was taken from his vehicle. • Willie Ramey, 64, of 223 S. Stratford Drive reported Aug. 7 the theft from his residence of a refrigerator valued at $900. • Walter Green, 47, Janice Green, 45, and Mildred Green, 64, of 2945 Kelly Road reported Aug. 9 the theft of firearms valued at $2,505. Items include: Winchester 30-6 rifle, Winchester 30-30 rifle, Iver Johnson 16-gauge shotgun, Squire Brigham .22 cal. long rifle,

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Supporting positive behavior focus of training for educators Administrators and staff members from five local schools participated in Positive Behavior Support (PBS) training in the Vance County Schools’ Administrative Services Center recently. Brooke Wheeler (pictured), principal at Cedar Creek Middle School in Franklin County, leads part of one of the training sessions. Wheeler talked about how well PBS has worked in her middle school. Both Eaton-Johnson and Henderson middle schools will implement the PBS program this coming school year. Dabney Elementary School also will implement the program for the first time this year. Other schools participating in the training were Carver and Zeb Vance elementaries. Both of these schools already use the PBS program, which is designed to promote positive behavior practices with all students throughout the school day, including time on school buses in the mornings and afternoons, in hallways between classes and in the cafeteria during lunch periods. PBS focuses on rewarding and recognizing students for their positive behavior.

The annual School Supply Donation Drive is under way to help needy children in Vance County Schools get the supplies they need to begin the new school year. Vance County Schools, in partnership with the Vance County United Way Volunteer Center, is asking local residents to donate new supplies that will be distributed to identified children in local elementary, middle and high schools. The annual drive began on Aug. 7, with volunteers accepting school supply donations in the parking lot in front of the Chick-filA of Henderson on Dabney Drive. Volunteers accepted donations from 7 to 11 a.m. Each person who made a donation received a coupon from Chick-fil-A for a free chicken biscuit or a free milkshake. The area

radio stations, US 98.3 in Oxford and WIZS 1450 in Henderson, were on hand to promote the event live. The Chick-fil-A cow also was there to greet contributors as they arrived with their donations. Until after Labor Day on Sept. 7, donation boxes for needed school supplies will remain in place at 16 local businesses including Americal Corporation, City of Henderson, Vance County Schools’ Administrative Services Center, Maria Parham Medical Center, Partnership for Children, Rose Oil Company, Saint Gobain Containers Inc., Walmart Distribution Center, Variety Wholesalers, M.R. Williams, Kerr-Tar Council of Governments, Walgreens, George’s Restaurant, Kittrell Job Corps Center, CVS Pharmacy and Kennametal Inc.

Anyone interested in donating supplies for needy children may take their donations to any of these locations and leave them in the donation boxes. Once the deadline for donations passes, volunteers will collect the donated supplies and distribute them to Vance County Schools to ensure they go to identified students. School counselors and classroom teachers will work together to identify students who are most in need of the supplies. Suggestions for supply donations include: notebooks, notebook paper, composition books, threering binders, rulers, pencil pouches, pencils, pens, highlighters, crayons, colored pencils, rulers, glue sticks, child safety scissors, book bags and student dictionaries.

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Organization seeks to inspire young women The young ladies of g.r.o.w. inc. (growing radiant outstanding women) recently attended their third annual summit this year in Atlanta, Ga. The trip included visits to Spelman College, the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, and the Georgia Aquarium (shown in photo). In addition to the trip to Atlanta, the ladies attended college tours to N.C. State and N.C. Central University this summer. The organization, founded in 2006, is dedicated to inspiring girls to become radiant, outstanding women, and seeks to improve the futures of urban female youth ages 11-19. All young women in Henderson are invited to participate in the 2009-2010 meetings, tours and events. For more information, go to

Teens with Power, a group of local teens who are learning about the power of philanthropy, is gearing up to start its fourth year, according to Kevin Collins, youth advisor for the group. The teens have distributed grants for the past three years to area nonprofits that have youthled or youth-benefitting projects, while learning about the importance of philanthropy and giving back to their community. Teens with Power is accepting applications from youth between the ages of 13-19 wishing to connect on educational issues, develop leadership skills, develop creative and analytical thinking, and nourish community involvement. The program is

a nine-month commitment that kicks off on Aug. 29 at a half-day retreat at the Henderson Family YMCA. The group will meet monthly from 6:30-8 p.m., beginning in September. Applications are due no later than Sept. 15 at the front desk of the Henderson Family YMCA. For more information about the program or to obtain an application packet, please call Kevin Collins at 432-3203 or Jeanne Lawson at (919) 256-6914. Applications are also available from Vance County Community Foundation Board members. The youth philanthropy initiative is a program of the North Carolina Community Foundation, which has teamed up with the Henderson Family

YMCA and Leading to Change Inc. to provide this opportunity to teach the importance of philanthropy to youth.

VGCC open limited hours for students on Aug. 17 Vance-Granville Community College’s four campuses will open for students and prospective students on a delayed schedule on Aug. 17. Registration for fall semester classes will also not be held on that day. All regular college operations will be closed on Aug. 17 from 8 a.m. until 1

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News Briefs Deutsche Bank to open N.C. tech development center

Cary woman, 43, surrenders 65 cats living in her home

RALEIGH (AP) — A new subsidiary of Germany’s biggest bank will open a technology development center in North Carolina. Frankfurt-based Deutsche Bank and Gov. Beverly Perdue’s office said Thursday that DB Global Technology Inc. would invest nearly $7 million in the next five years. The company plans to hire more than 300 workers at an average wage of $88,000 a year. The state will give the company up to $9.4 million if it sustains the jobs for 11 years. The Cary town council is considering additional local incentives. Deutsche Bank employs nearly 79,000 people in 72 countries. Financial services firms Fidelity Investments and Credit Suisse also opened operations in the Raleigh area in recent years after being awarded state grants.

CARY (AP) — A North Carolina woman has surrendered 65 cats to animal control officials after a neighbor complained about the numerous pets. The News & Observer of Raleigh reported Thursday no charges will be filed against Jeanne Diaz of Cary. The 43-year-old willingly gave up the cats Wednesday after Cary police took possession of them and contacted a local animal rescue. More than 35 cats have been taken by Cat Angels Pet Adoptions. The others were euthanized due to various health problems. Police say Diaz acquired all the pets legally and did not mistreat the animals. Officials say many are friendly and appear to be well fed. Diaz said it all started with a larger-than-expected litter of Siamese kittens. They began reproducing after proper vaccinations and neutering procedures became too expensive.

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from a paralyzing illness. A charity air ambulance organization, Grace on Wings, transported 53-year-old Richard Bosco. Grace on Wings CEO Hal Blank says Bosco is in a Charlotte hospital, near his home in Concord, being treated for Guillain-Barre syndrome. Bosco had taken ill while driving through Nebraska and couldn’t afford a medical flight home. Experts describe the syndrome as a disorder in which the body’s immune system attacks part of the peripheral nervous system. Blank says his organization got a donation for Bosco’s trip from Saint Francis Medical Center in Grand Island, where he has been treated for more than a month.

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N.C. potters sell wares to build overseas schools SEAGROVE (AP) — Some North Carolina potters plan to sell 200 mugs, tumblers and tea cups and donate the proceeds to a man who has built nearly 180 schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan. The News & Record of Greensboro reported Thursday that the vessels will have the peace sign on the bottom, along with the inscription “Seagrove Potters for Peace.” The proceeds will go to the Central Asia Institute, started by Greg Mortenson, who wrote the “Three Cups of Tea.” The book explains why he started building schools 16 years ago in Pakistan and Afghanistan after nearly dying climbing one of the world’s tallest peaks. Potter Beth Gore read the book earlier this year and decided to help. She enlisted the aid of 13 other potters in Seagrove. The sale will begin Saturday at the potters’ shops.


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High time to NARC on bad Internet ads As one of the first steps in taming the Internet, so to speak, an organization charged with consumer protection from false or deceptive advertising has completed its first investigations of online blogs. The National Advertising Review Council’s mission is “to foster truth and accuracy in national advertising through voluntary self-regulation.” On Tuesday it recommended that the company Urban Nutrition — which ran Web sites such as and — “clearly and conspicuously disclose its material connections” to such Web sites and stop presenting the sites as unbiased consumer resources. Like presumably dozens if not hundreds of companies worldwide, Urban Nutrition had established such seemingly independent sites solely to tout its products. Product endorsements that appeared to be from consumers were actually written by bloggers on the Urban Nutrition payroll. The “Most Popular” and “Customer’s Choice Award” items were always Urban Nutrition products. In another case, the agency determined that some of the claims made by the marketing firm Herbal Groups about its product Prostalex Plus were accurate, but recommended that the company’s “Prostate Health Blog,” which amounted to nothing more than a long-running ad for Prostalex Plus disguised as independent writing or journalism, remain discontinued as the company had agreed to do at the beginning of the investigation. Consumers, it was feared, were unable to discern that According to NARC (one of the truly great acronyms in American business), the group’s job is to minimize the government’s involvement in the advertising business (which could happen if the ad industry steadfastly refused to monitor itself); to maintain a level playing field for settling disputes among advertisers, and to “foster brand loyalty by increasing public trust in the credibility of advertising.” Computer-savvy consumers have been logging-on now for well over a decade, not only for Internet entertainment but increasingly to seek information about products and services. It’s about time that NARC got involved in controlling the truth and transparency of Internet advertising, which in the case of some products has become a 21st century version of the Old West’s traveling medicine shows.

Quotable “I’m concerned about the layers of regulation that health care has now. This will make it worse I think, and I’ve been in health care for 40 years.” — Charlotte Fett, who manages a clinic in Iowa, on health care reform. She and nearly 500 others jammed a sweltering community center meeting room to see Republican Sen. Charles Grassley. “These clothes are used in public, so they can contain molecules, viruses, et cetera, which will go in the water and could be transmitted to other bathers. We reminded this woman that one should not bathe all dressed, just as we would tell someone who is a nudist not to bathe all naked.” — Daniel Guillaume, an official in charge of swimming pools for the Emerainville region in France, where a Muslim woman was banned from using the Islam-friendly head-to-toe swimsuit — dubbed a “burquini” — because of France’s pool hygiene standards. The woman complained of religious discrimination.

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Assembly’s ’09 session not all bad RALEIGH — It’s no secret that fiscal conservatives in North Carolina are angry. They have ample reason to be. In Raleigh, the General Assembly has just adjourned for the year after enacting a tax increase exceeding $1 billion (when fully implemented), including hikes in marginal rates for both the sales and income tax. Legislators also refused to consider substantive protections of property rights against government encroachment via eminent domain or forced annexation, while weakening property rights for restaurant owners who wanted to attract smokers. In Washington, a bipartisan coalition of foolish politicians spent much of the past year enacting trillions of dollars in bailouts, deficits, and ineffective “stimulus.” Now, Congress and the Obama administration are planning new trillion-dollar federal takeovers of the nation’s health insurance and energy industries, imposing unprecedented levels of intrusive regulation and costly taxation. And in many communities across North Carolina, taxpayers are being hit not just with higher state taxes but also increases in property tax — as well as the prospect of another half-cent sales tax increase to fund transit projects

that will move few commuters at great cost. Still, conservatives haven’t lost every battle this year. Consider three recent cases in which the conservative position prevailed in 2009. First, the Left tried to expand government financing of North Carolina political John candidates. Hood Currently, Special to taxpayers The Daily Dispatch are forced to pay for the campaigns of candidates running for state superintendent of public instruction, state insurance commissioner, state labor commissioner, and the appellate courts. Bills introduced this year would have expanded the concept to include candidates for state treasurer as well as local elective office. But the General Assembly adjourned without either bill becoming law, thank goodness. Even more significant was a victory in the courts. The N.C. Institute for Constitutional Law represented two Mecklenburg County attorneys who objected to the current funding system for judicial

candidates. One source of revenue is an annual $50 fee that all members of the State Bar were required to pay into the campaign fund. NCICL argued that forcing its clients to fund judicial candidates was a violation of the attorneys’ First Amendment rights. In a ruling released Tuesday, Wake Superior Court Judge Howdy Manning said that the fee itself was permissible but that it was unconstitutional to use the fee to fund judicial campaigns against the wishes of the attorneys paying it. Manning ordered the state to allow attorneys to designate their fees to fund a voter’s guide instead. While some are spinning the judge’s order as a win for government financing, it is really a loss — that is, it is a win for those who advocate political freedom of speech and oppose a purely voluntary system of campaign finance. That group compromises conservatives, libertarians, and a few intellectually honest liberals. Finally, the corporatewelfare lobby tried to create yet another dubious scheme this year to coerce taxpayers into subsidizing speculative private ventures. In this case, the avenue would have been a newly created Life Sciences Development Corporation empowered to make loans to

pharmaceutical, medical-device, or biotechnology startups. If the startup succeeded, private investors would have stood to make lots of money. If the startup failed, state taxpayers could have been forced to cover the loss. Supporters erred by trying to advance the bill late in the session without offering an adequate explanation of its more bizarre features or an adequate answer to serious concerns about its constitutionality. Again, the General Assembly adjourned without passing this “biotech bailout bill,” though it remains live for the 2010 session. So there was at least a little good news this year. North Carolina attorneys will no longer be forced to subsidize the campaigns of judicial candidates with whom they may strongly disagree. And while North Carolina taxpayers will have to fork over more money to the state treasury, at least the money won’t be used to expand the state’s welfare programs for politicians and politically connected biotech businesses. Not this year, anyway. Sometimes you have to take good news wherever you can find it. The writer is president of the John Locke Foundation and publisher of

Letters to the Editor Education takes a hit in state budget When the Legislature finished its work … and adjourned after seven months in Raleigh, House Speaker Joe Hackney said the session would be remembered for saving public education. That followed recent comments by Gov. Beverly Perdue who, after signing the budget in private, claimed it protected education. The view is far less heroic from this vantage point, where it appears lawmakers pushed the tough decisions aside in favor of expediency. While there are education bright spots, they are far too few to warrant state leaders patting themselves on the back. East Carolina University officials were no doubt pleased recently when the $19 billion spending plan won “death panels” and whatnot, approval. The University of Obama admits this. In an North Carolina system lost interview with The New York only 6 percent in funding, less Times last spring, he acknowl- than expected … edged that oldsters are a “huge On the other hand, public driver of cost.” The “chronically schools face huge cuts, with ill and those toward the end of lawmakers giving local adtheir lives are accounting for ministrators the responsibilpotentially 80 percent of the ity of identifying $225 million total health care bill out here,” in savings. That could mean Obama explained. Which is the loss of teaching posiwhy he advocated an advisory tions in some schools, and panel of experts to offer “guidcertainly means larger class ance” on end-of-life care and sizes in most. Perdue may costs. But don’t you dare call it have turned back a previous a death panel. budget agreement by objectNow, I don’t think “Soylent ing to larger class sizes in Green”-style solutions are all grades, but the governor coming down the pike. (Govaccepted a deal in which only ernment cheese is people!) But grades K-3 are protected. every nationalized health-care For all the good done with system to one degree or another the university system, most rations care based on the qual- students will pay a higher ity of life and number of “life tuition … (while) the Legislayears” a procedure will yield. ture voted to charge out-ofThat’s perfectly reasonable. If state athletes with in-state you put me in charge of everytuition rates and the univerone’s health care, I would do sity system will continue a that, too. That’s a really good practice of paying administraargument for not giving me — tors full salaries when they or anyone else — that power. return to the classroom. Those When it comes to civil liberprovisions represent millions ties, liberals are often distrustin potential savings. ful of government power. But, This was, without quesfor reasons that baffle me, they tion, a tremendously chalare quite comfortable with lenging budget year. No area Uncle Sam getting into the of state government was business of deciding, or providimmune to the squeeze … ing “guidance” on, which lives But instead of exploring … are more valuable than others. comprehensive tax reform … A government charged with lawmakers chose to tread the extending life expectancy must existing (path). They raised meddle not just with our health the sales tax, among others, care, but with what we eat, how a regressive tax that disprowe drive, how we live. A govern- portionately harms the type ment determined to cut costs of working families state must meddle not just with how leaders purport to protect. we live, but how we die. North Carolina’s motto is That sounds scary and unEsse Quam Videri. Maybe American to me. And if that when the back-slapping makes me paranoid and unpa- stops, lawmakers can try retriotic, then I am what I am. membering its meaning: “To Be Rather Than to Seem.” You can write to Jonah Goldberg by e-mail at — The (Greenville) Daily Reflector

Testing ObamaCare’s meddle If I went to a Democratic town hall, I’d probably boo, too. Hence, according to various Democrats and supporters of ObamaCare, I’m paranoid and just a bit unpatriotic. Well, let me dilate on my paranoid treachery for a moment. Under the plan discussed at President Obama’s infomercialesqe town halls, America would cut costs and expand coverage while avoiding rationing. Apparently, it’s paranoid to think that’s too good to be true. Imagine you’re in charge of bringing pie to a company picnic. You’re planning to provide dessert for 100 people. Then, your boss says you need to hand out pie to 150. Fine, you say, I’ll make more pies. But — oh no! — you can’t because you’ve also been told costs must go down. OK, then you can cut slices of the existing pies smaller so everyone can have a piece. Wait! You can’t do that either because you’re not allowed to ration (i.e., give less to more). According to Obama, the health-care pie will be sliced into more pieces, of equal or greater size than available now, for less money — all because government is so much better than the private sector at managing large projects. Such contradictions run through the talking points for ObamaCare. Consider life expectancy. In his big speech before the American Medical Association in June, Obama insisted that “the quality of our care is often lower, and we aren’t any healthier. In fact, citizens in some countries that spend substantially less than we do are actually living longer than we do.” It’s true, a few countries beat us in terms of life expectancy.

But life expectancy is only partly about health care. Other factors matter. Swaziland’s life expectancy is 31.88 years. That doesn’t mean the average Swazi dies just a couple of weeks before his 32nd birthday. It means lots of people die young and a few people die old and the average comes out to around 32. Jonah According Goldberg to the CIA World FactTribune Media book’s 2009 Services estimate, American life expectancy is 78.11 years. In the UK — with its nationalized system — it’s a whopping 79.01. Taiwan’s is 77.96 and so is Albania’s. Do we really think the best explanation for all this is how they pay for medical care? Or perhaps things like diet and culture are more important? Is Japan’s health-care system what explains Japanese longevity, or is it that fish and seaweed are staples of the Japanese diet? Even greater disparities exist within America. AsianAmerican women, according to a 2006 study by Harvard’s School of Public Health, have a life expectancy of 87 years, while for African-American men it’s 69. The healthiest white people in America are the low-income folks of the Northern Plains states. Again, is our health-care system the biggest factor? But here’s the kicker: The more life expectancy improves, the more we will spend on health care. Despite his professed outrage over charges of

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Today’s Birthdays: Broadway lyricist Lee Adams (“Bye Bye Birdie”) is 85. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Russell Baker is 84. Singer Buddy Greco is 83. Baseball Hall of Fame coach Earl Weaver is 79. Former NFL player John Brodie is 74. Singer Dash Crofts is 71. Rock singer David Crosby is 68. Country singer Connie Smith is 68. Comedianactor Steve Martin is 64. Actor Antonio Fargas is 63. Singer-musician Larry Graham is 63. Actress Susan Saint James is 63. Actor David Schramm is 63. Author Danielle Steel is 62. Rock singer-musician Terry Adams (NRBQ) is 59. “Far Side” cartoonist Gary Larson is 59. Actor Carl Lumbly is 58. Olympic gold medal swimmer Debbie Meyer is 57. Film composer James Horner is 56. Actress Jackee Harry is 53. Actress Marcia Gay Harden is 50. Former basketball player Earvin “Magic” Johnson is 50. Singer Sarah Brightman is 49. Actress Susan Olsen is 48. Rock musician Keith Howland (Chicago) is 45. Actress Halle Berry is 43. Actress Catherine Bell is 41. Country musician Cody McCarver (Confederate Railroad) is 41. Rock musician Kevin Cadogan is 39. Actor Scott Michael Campbell is 38. Actress Lalanya Masters is 37. Actor Christopher Gorham is 35. Football player Greg Ellis is 34. Football player Mike Vrabel is 34.


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On this date: In 1900, international forces, including U.S. Marines, entered Beijing to put down the Boxer Rebellion, which was aimed at purging China of foreign influence. In 1908, a race riot erupted in Springfield, Ill. as a white mob began setting black-owned homes and businesses on fire; at least two blacks and five whites were killed in the violence. In 1945, President Harry S Truman announced that Japan had surrendered unconditionally, ending World War II. In 1958, Elvis Presley’s mother, Gladys Love Smith Presley, died in Memphis, Tenn., at age 46. In 1969, British troops went to Northern Ireland to intervene in sectarian violence between Protestants and Roman Catholics. In 1973, the U.S. bombing of Cambodia came to a halt effective at midnight.




Today’s Highlight: On Aug. 14, 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act into law.

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A shiny new penny for Abe’s birthday Mint unveils third of four coins honoring Lincoln SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Abraham Lincoln got a present Thursday for his 200th birthday — or, technically, 319 million presents. The U.S. Mint released a redesigned penny to mark the bicentennial of Lincoln’s birth. The Mint plans to start out by producing 319 million of the new coins. The front of the redesigned penny is the familiar image of Lincoln in profile. The back shows him delivering a speech outside Illinois’ Old State Capitol, where he served as a legislator, delivered a famous speech on slavery and ran his transition office after being elected president. This is the third of four new pennies honoring Lincoln this year. His birthday was Feb. 12, but the event is being celebrated all year long. The earlier pennies showed the Kentucky log cabin where Lincoln was born and a scene of him reading as he took a break from splitting rails in Indiana. Officials say they’ve produced 1.3 billion of the first two Lincoln coins. The fourth penny, to be released in November, will celebrate Lincoln’s time as president. Hundreds of people gathered outside the Old State Capitol to see the coin released and buy up rolls of shiny pennies. U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill, called pennies “a

Pilot’s remains returned JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The remains of Navy pilot Michael Scott Speicher returned to his Florida home on Thursday, 18 years after his FA-18 Hornet was shot down on the first night of the 1991 Gulf War. Speicher’s remains arrived at the Jacksonville Naval Air Station around 3 p.m. About ten minutes later his coffin was rolled off the plane draped with Speicher the U.S. flag. It was to remain at the All Saints Chapel on the base overnight. Speicher’s ex-wife and his children placed roses on his casket before it was loaded into a hearse. Several sailors stood at attention and lined the runway as the hearse passed by. Buddy Harris, who was Speicher’s best friend and who later married his widow, Joanne, accompanied the casket on the flight from Dover, Del., to Florida. On Friday, Speicher’s casket will first be taken to the Memorial Wall outside Jacksonville Municipal Stadium. The hearse will drive by locations with ties to Speicher’s life. He will be buried at Jacksonville Memory Gardens in a private family ceremony. Speicher was a native of the Kansas City area and moved to Florida when he was a teenager. He graduated from Florida State University in 1980 with a business administration degree. The school’s $1.2 million Scott Speicher Tennis Complex was dedicated in 1993.

common coin, the most common of all” and said they are a fitting tribute for a president who accomplished great things despite his common origins. But the penny has also been criticized as nearly useless now that inflation has sucked away so much of its value. The Mint says it costs 1.4 cents to produce a penny, which has led to calls for discon-

tinuing the coin or at least switching to less expensive metal. The Lincoln pennies, though, follow the Mint’s successful programs to generate public interest in coins by issuing quarters commemorating each state and dollars honoring the presidents. Joel Iskowitz designed the new penny for the Mint, a process that

took months of research, sketches and reviews. “Nothing in my career as an artist or in the course of my life as an American citizen has meant any more to me than getting this selection,” Iskowitz said. “It’s kind of daunting, to tell you the truth.” On the Net: www.

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Members of the Illinois 114 Regiment Volunteer Infantry Reactivated participate Thursday in unveiling ceremonies of a new Abraham Lincoln penny in Springfield, Ill.

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Brady’s back Brady makes his preseason return vs. Eagles

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A good day for Tiger at Hazeltine Woods bogey-free, leads day one at PGA Championship By NANCY ARMOUR AP National Writer

CHASKA, Minn. — Missing the cut shouldn’t be a problem for Tiger Woods at this major. He was better than anyone else at the PGA Championship on Thursday morning, shooting a bogey-free, 5-under 67. He’s AP Photo/Charlie Riedel one stroke ahead of playing partner and defending champ Tiger Woods tees off on the eighth hole during the first round of the 91st PGA Padraig Harrington. Championship at the Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minn. Thursday. “I feel pretty comfortable if

I’m playing well,” Woods said. “There are times I’ve put it together and had some pretty good margins of victory. I just feel that, overall, my game over the years has gotten better. It’s become more consistent. When I’m playing well, I usually don’t make too many mistakes.” He didn’t on this day, breaking 70 in the opening round of a major for the first time since the 2007 British Open. He made birdies on all but one of

Hazeltine National’s long par 5s and hitting 12 of 14 fairways. His only “flaw” was a few missed putts, including ones for birdie on each of his last two holes. “It’s always nice to get off quick, but the first round — you can play yourself out of a tournament but you certainly cannot win it on the first day,” said Woods, who has four Wanamaker Trophys among his 14 major Please see PGA, page 3B

Panthers’ Stewart still slowed by inury

O’Brien: LB Irving out for season


RALEIGH — North Carolina State will be without its top defensive player this season. Coach Tom O’Brien said Thursday that linebacker Nate Irving won’t play as he recovers from injuries suffered in a June car wreck. Irving had met with his doctor in the afternoon O’Brien and decided it made more sense for him not to rush back after suffering a broken leg, a collapsed lung and a separated shoulder in the accident. “The initial shock was not what he wanted to hear,” O’Brien said, “but I think the more he met with the doctors and made it through his appointments, he reasoned the best thing for him would be not to push it this year.” Irving, speaking to reporters for the first time since the wreck, had held out hope he would be able to return, but said he “kind of expected” being sidelined all year. Authorities have said that Irving might have fallen asleep at the wheel before crashing into two trees on Interstate 40 in Johnston County while returning to school from his home in Wallace, located near Wilmington. He was charged with careless and reckless driving. The junior said his only memory from that night was leaving home, then waking up in a hospital. “I would say I’m pretty blessed to make it out of the accident and be here today as I am now,” he said. “I’m still here. After you see some of the pictures of the wreck, I don’t have any complaints. I’m just blessed to be here. I’m just happy to be here.” When asked whether he would hold out any chance that Irving could return this year, O’Brien said, “Never say never, but I don’t expect anything to happen.” Irving was an honorable mention all-Atlantic Coast Conference pick last year despite missing three games with injuries. He finished with 84 tackles, including 12 for loss, and four interceptions in 10 games. O’Brien has said he was the team’s top-rated defensive player coming out of the spring. Sophomore Dwayne Maddox and redshirt freshman Terrell Manning figure to play larger roles with Irving out, though O’Brien said it’s too early to predict who will start the opener against South Carolina on Sept. 3.

SPARTANBURG, S.C. — Last year it was a toe injury. This year it’s lingering pain in his Achilles’ tendon. Jonathan Stewart can’t seem to get healthy enough to practice with the Carolina Panthers. The running back missed his third straight workout Thursday and has been held out of almost all contact drills when he has practiced. This comes after Stewart missed every offseason workout for a second straight year. Stewart was recovering from toe surgery in 2008. “It’s frustrating because I’m a hard worker and practice is part of that whole deal of getting better and getting a feel for the different things you see on defense,” Stewart said. “But I’m trying to stay positive and do what I can while watching, the days I’m not practicing.” Coach John Fox insisted Stewart hasn’t suffered a setback. He was at least practicing once a day before this week. “If medically they say they think it’s best for him to rest, then we rest,” Fox said. The Panthers can only hope Stewart is as successful with limited practice as he was last year. He rushed for franchise rookie records 836 yards and 10 touchdowns and combined with DeAngelo Williams to give Carolina the top running back tandem in the NFL. “I thought he played pretty well last year with some of that rest,” Fox said.

By AARON BEARD AP Sports Writer

AP Photo/Daily Press, Adrin Snider

Michael Vick, left, and C.J. Reamon enter U.S. District Court in Newport News, Va. in this photo taken July 31. Vick is back in the NFL, landing a job with the Philadelphia Eagles. The signing was announced Thursday.

Vick lands with Eagles

Former No. 1 pick signs two-year deal with Philadelphia By ROB MAADDI AP Sports Writer

PHILADELPHIA — By halftime, the Linc was buzzing: Michael Vick was an Eagle. Suddenly, no one seemed to care much about the preseason game against the New England Patriots on Thursday night. All that mattered to most fans was that the disgraced quarterback had joined their team. Agent Joel Segal confirmed the signing, shortly before the Philadelphia Eagles announced it in a text message. The team gave Vick a one-year deal with an option for a second year. “We don’t need another quarterback, especially him,” longtime fan Donald Crispin said. The 29-year-old Vick, once the NFL’s highest-paid player, has been out of action since 2006. The former Atlanta Falcons star was convicted in August 2007 of conspiracy and running a dogfighting

ring, and served 18 of a 23-month sentence in federal prison. He also was suspended indefinitely by the NFL. Commissioner Roger Goodell conditionally lifted Vick’s suspension on July 27, allowing him to sign with a team, practice and play in the last two preseason games. Once the season begins, Vick can participate in all team activities except games, and Goodell said he would consider Vick for full reinstatement by Week 6 (Oct. 18-19) at the latest. The Eagles reached the NFC championship game last season under quarterback Donovan McNabb, and are still looking for their elusive first Super Bowl win. McNabb has led the Eagles to five NFC championship games and one Super Bowl appearance in the last eight years, and was rewarded with a $5.3 million raise in the offseason. The Eagles tore up his old contract with two years remaining, and gave him a new deal worth

$24.5 million over the next two seasons. The team is a surprise landing point for Vick. It was among 26 clubs that said there was no interest in him, but that may have changed when backup Kevin Kolb strained a knee ligament earlier this week. Kolb’s injury isn’t serious and he’s expected to return next week. The Eagles also have veteran A.J. Feeley. When news of Vick’s signing circulated in the press box during the first half of the Eagles’ preseason opener against New England, even the team’s public relations staff seemed surprised. The crowd quickly caught on at Lincoln Financial Field. Fans standing on the concourse were in disbelief. One guy wondered how quickly he’d be able to buy a Vick jersey. Another asked if this was a joke. “It doesn’t make any sense,” said Please see VICK, page 2B

Steelers win 17-10 in Super Bowl rematch By ALAN ROBINSON AP Sports Writer

PITTSBURGH — Isaac Redman, an undrafted rookie from Bowie State playing long after the starters for both Super Bowl teams left the field, scored twice in the fourth quarter and the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Arizona Cardinals 20-10 in a preseason opener Thursday night. Neither team scored a touchdown until rookie Joe Burnett intercepted a pass by third-teamer Brian St. Pierre, a former Steelers backup, and returned it to the Arizona 3 to end the third

quarter. Redman scored on the next play, and scored on a 5-yard run about 7 minutes later to end an 80-yard drive led by No. 3 quarterback Dennis Dixon. Redman, a power back who hasn’t hesitated to take on some of the Super Bowl champion’s best linebackers in blocking drills, is listed as the No. 7 running back, yet he also scored twice in goal-line situations during the team’s only game-like night practice of training camp last Friday. Arizona came back for its only score on fourth-string Please see STEELERS, page 2B

AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar

Pittsburgh running back Rashard Mendenhall is brought down by Arizona’s Antrel Rolle after a one-yard gain during the first quarter of Thursday’s preseason game.



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Friday, August 14, 2009

Two-minute drill Donte’ Stallworth suspended without pay for season Local Sports HMS football practice to start soon Football practice for Henderson Middle School students will begin on Tuesday, Aug. 18. Practice will start at 5 p.m. at the HMS football field. Players should wear appropriate attire for practice (T-shirt, shorts and cleats).

Eaton Johnson football practice begins soon Football practice for Eaton Johnson Middle School will begin on Wednesday, Aug. 26 at 4 p.m. All players must turn in physicals to Sharon Turner. Players should come to practice in T-shirts, shorts and sneakers. For any questions, contact Turner or coach Joe Richardson at EJMS.

YMCA fall soccer begins in September The fall youth soccer season for the Henderson Family YMCA will begin on Sept. 12 and last until Oct. 31. Games will be played on Saturday mornings. The cost to participate is $25 for members, and $40 for non-members. Registration by Sept. 9 avoids a $10 late fee. Coaches will receive a discount.

College Football Tar Heels Gaskins, Taylor suffer knee injuries CHAPEL HILL (AP) — North Carolina has lost a pair of players to knee injuries, one of them for the season. The school says sophomore offensive tackle Carl Gaskins tore his left anterior cruciate ligament Wednesday morning and will be out for the year. Gaskins played in five games last year and was competing for playing time at left tackle. Senior tight end Ryan Taylor sprained his right medial collateral ligament Tuesday. He is expected to miss one month. The Tar Heels open the season against The Citadel on Sept. 5.

Minor Leagues Hudson leads Barons past Mudcats, 5-3 Robert Hudson was 3-for-4, driving in three RBI’s as the Birmingham Barons defeated the Carolina Mudcats 5-3 Thursday night in Zebulon. David Cook hit a solo homerun for the Barons. Logan Parker hit a two-run shot for the Mudcats in the fifth inning. He was 1-for-3 on the day. Stephen Chapman (2-for-4) drove in the other Carolina run in the seventh. Donald Lucy (1-for-4) had the other Birmingham RBI. Starter Charles Shirek improved to 5-4 on the year. He gave up eight hits and three earned runs in six innings pitched. He walked two and struck out two. Thomas Cochran falls to 4-5 with the loss. He lasted 6.2 innings, allowing four hits and four earned runs. He walked two and struck out six.

Local Preps Friday, Aug. 14 Soccer n Trinity of Durham at Crossroads Christian 4 p.m. n Franklin Academy at KerrVance 7 p.m. Tennis n Kerr-Vance at Greenfield School TBA Volleyball-HS n Trinity of Durham at Crossroads Christian 5 p.m. JV Volleyball-HS n Trinity of Durham at Crossroads Christian 4 p.m.

Saturday, Aug. 15 Football n SV Jamboree 9 a.m. Soccer n NV Alumni match 10 a.m. Tennis n Southern Vance at Greene Central (scrimmage) 9 a.m. n Kerr-Vance at Greenfield School TBA Volleyball-HS n Northern Vance at Triangle (scrimmage) TBA n Southern Vance at Spring Lake Overhills (scrimmage) TBA

Sports on TV Friday, Aug. 14 AUTO RACING Noon n SPEED — NASCAR, Sprint Cup, practice for Carfax 400, at Brooklyn, Mich. 1:30 p.m. n SPEED — NASCAR, Nationwide Series, practice for Carfax 250, at Brooklyn, Mich. 3:30 p.m. n SPEED — NASCAR, Sprint Cup, pole qualifying for Carfax 400, at Brooklyn, Mich. 5 p.m. n SPEED — NASCAR, Nationwide Series, practice for Carfax 250, at Brooklyn, Mich. BOXING 10 p.m. n ESPN2 — Junior welterweights, Vivian Harris (29-3-1) vs. Noe Bolanos (20-4-1), at Tucson, Ariz. GOLF 2 p.m. n TNT — PGA of America, PGA Championship, second round, at

Chaska, Minn. LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 8 p.m. n ESPN — Playoffs, Southeast Regional Final, teams TBA, at CeredoKenova, W.Va. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 2:10 p.m. n WGN — Pittsburgh at Chicago Cubs 10 p.m. n WGN — Chicago White Sox at Oakland TENNIS 1 p.m. n ESPN2 — ATP World Tour, Rogers Cup, quarterfinals, at Montreal 5 p.m. n ESPN2 — WTA Tour, Western & Southern Financial Group Open, quarterfinal, at Mason, Ohio (sameday tape) 7 p.m. n ESPN2 — ATP World Tour, Rogers Cup, quarterfinal, at Montreal

By RACHEL COHEN AP Sports Writer

NEW YORK — NFL commissioner Roger Goodell decided Donte’ Stallworth’s football punishment should last much longer than his 24 days in jail. The Cleveland Browns receiver, who pleaded guilty to killing a pedestrian while driving drunk, was suspended without pay Thursday for the entire season. He is barred from team activities until he is reinstated after the Super Bowl. “Your conduct endangered yourself and others, leading to the death of an innocent man,” Goodell wrote in a letter to Stallworth released by the league. “The NFL and NFL

players must live with the stain that you have placed on their reputations.” Stallworth struck 59-year-old crane operator Mario Reyes the morning of March 14 in Miami. He pleaded guilty June 16 to DUI manslaughter, a second-degree felony, and was suspended indefinitely by Goodell two days later. “Regardless of the length of my suspension, I will carry the burden of Mr. Reyes’ death for the rest of my life,” Stallworth said in a statement. “I urge NFL fans not to judge NFL players or me based on my tragic lapse in judgment. I am a good person who did a bad thing. I will use the period of my suspension to reflect, fulfill my obligations, and use this experience to make a posi-

tive impact on the lives of those who look up to NFL players.” Stallworth drew a 30-day jail sentence and reached an undisclosed financial settlement with the family of Reyes, who was leaving his job when killed. Goodell said he didn’t take the sentence into account in determining if Stallworth violated the league’s substance abuse and personal conduct policies. The commissioner held a hearing with Stallworth, his representatives and union officials Aug. 5. He also met privately with Stallworth on Monday at the 28-year-old player’s request. “As you recognized both at and following the hearing, guilt or innocence as

a matter of criminal law is not the same as a violation of NFL policies,” Goodell wrote. Stallworth signed a seven-year, $35 million contract in 2008 and received a $4.5 million roster-signing bonus the night before the crash. He will lose the remaining $745,000 on his deal for 2009. Browns coach Eric Mangini wouldn’t say whether he was open to bringing Stallworth back next season. “There’s really no decision that’s been made; there’s no timetable that’s been set,” he said. “The focus is on what we have to do here, the players that are here and that’s really the direction we’re headed.”


Ravens blank ’Skins; Pats win in Brady’s return Ravens 23, Redskins 0 BALTIMORE (AP) — The Baltimore Ravens’ passing game appears to be better than anticipated. The Washington Redskins? Not so much. Joe Flacco led the Ravens to field goals on his only two series, Troy Smith threw a touchdown pass, and Baltimore beat the punchless Redskins 23-0 on Thursday night. During the offseason, the Ravens feared their lack of depth at wide receiver might be an issue. But 15 players caught passes for Baltimore, eight of them wideouts. Justin Harper led the charge with four catches for 57 yards and a touchdown. Flacco was 9 for 15 for 103 yards and Smith completed 14 of 30 passes for 200 yards, including a beat-the-clock 19-yard score to Harper with 5 seconds left in the first half. The Redskins didn’t fare nearly as well. Jason Campbell went 3 for 6 for 38 yards, and both his drives ended with punts. Backup Todd Collins was 8 for 11 for 70 yards but failed to produce any points, and Colt Brennan threw the game’s lone interception. “We didn’t attack them just yet because we’re just getting into a rhythm, but

Patriots 27, Eagles 25 PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Tom Brady was making his comeback against the Philadelphia Eagles while Michael Vick was getting ready to join them. Brady threw two touchdown passes in his first game since tearing ligaments in his left knee in

Week 1 last year, leading the New England Patriots to a 27-25 victory over the Eagles in the preseason opener Thursday night. Brady’s return was overshadowed by the news that the Eagles signed Vick to a one-year deal with an option for a second year. Brady ran well in the pocket and showed no lingering effects of his surgically repaired left knee. He threw two touchdown passes to tight end Chris Baker, one in the first quarter and another in the second. Brady was 10 of 15 for 100 yards with one interception. Vick was convicted in August 2007 of conspiracy and running a dogfighting operation, and served 18 of a 23-month sentence in federal prison. The former Atlanta Falcons quarterback also was suspended indefinitely by the NFL. He played his last NFL game on Dec. 31, 2006, against the Eagles. Brady, a two-time Super Bowl MVP, sat out the entire exhibition season last year because of an unspecified foot injury. He was knocked out for the season in the first quarter against Kansas City. Brady had started 128 consecutive games before going down.

the Pittsburgh 46. The drive stalled after Matt Leinart took over, even with backup Steelers defenders on the field, and Arizona punted. Sweed, trying to win the No. 3 receiver’s job vacated by Nate Washington, later hooked up with backup quarterback Charlie Batch on a 45-yard pass play to the Cardinals 39 that led to Jeff Reed’s 50-yard field goal. Sweed made two catches for 56 yards in his first game at Heinz Field since dropping

an apparent TD pass in the AFC championship game against Baltimore. Santonio Holmes, the Super Bowl MVP after catching Roethlisberger’s game-winning TD pass in the final minute of the 27-23 win over Arizona on Feb. 1, caught one pass in brief playing time. So did former Pitt star Larry Fitzgerald, whose two second-half TD catches in Tampa nearly rallied the Cardinals to a Super Bowl upset.

welcome, criticizing management over a contract dispute and feuding with McNabb. He was released midway through the 2005 season. “I couldn’t envision Mike being here,” said former Eagles linebacker Ike Reese, a teammate of Vick’s in Atlanta in 2005-06. “I didn’t see where he

fit in. I think most people in the locker room would accept it. Donovan is very secure in his position. He wants to see Mike get another opportunity.” ——— AP sports writers Hank Kurz Jr. and Jon Krawczynski and AP writer Dan Robrish contributed to this report.

AP Photo/Nick Wass

Washington defensive back Byron Westbrook, left, and Redskins safety Reed Doughty (37) pull down Baltimore running back Willis McGahee during the first half of Thursday’s preseason game. I felt good,” Campbell said. “I really felt comfortable. Having some experience helps a lot.” Redskins coach Jim Zorn said of Campbell: “He did a nice job keeping his focus down the field. I wish that we could have gotten the first-team offense into the end zone.”

STEELERS, from page 1B quarterback Tyler Palko’s 20-yard pass to Onrea Jones with 3:30 remaining. Palko, a three-year Pitt starter, completed his first five passes for 59 yards but was intercepted on his next series and Steelers rookie Piotr Czech kicked a 44yard field goal. Quarterbacks Ben Roethlisberger and Kurt Warner each played two series — make that 1 1/2 for Warner — and neither produced a point before the

backups took over in the second quarter. Warner went 6 for 10 for 53 yards and Roethlisberger was 4 of 6 for 33 yards, and neither looked very rusty. The Steelers didn’t cross midfield with Roethlisberger in the game, but he completed throws to Hines Ward and Limas Sweed for first downs. Warner was pulled during the middle of a drive early in the second quarter after the Cardinals moved from their own 21 to

VICK, from page 1B Michelle Harlan, a mother attending her first NFL game with a young son. In a “60 Minutes” interview set to air Sunday, Vick accepted blame for not stopping the illegal dogfighting operation he bankrolled. Vick said he feels “some tremendous hurt behind what happened.” He said he should have taken “the initiative to stop it all ... I didn’t.” Asked if he was more concerned about his playing career or the dogs he hurt, Vick replied, “Football don’t even matter.” The animal rights group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, wasted no time reminding people exactly what Vick had done. “PETA and millions of decent football fans around

the world are disappointed that the Eagles decided to sign a guy who hung dogs from trees. He electrocuted them with jumper cables and held them under water,” PETA spokesman Dan Shannon told The Associated Press. “You have to wonder what sort of message this sends to young fans who care about animals and don’t want them to be harmed.” Since Andy Reid became the head coach in 1999, the Eagles have avoided players with character issues. The lone exception came in 2004 when Philadelphia acquired wide receiver Terrell Owens. That move paid off when Owens helped lead the Eagles to the Super Bowl in his first season. But T.O. quickly wore out his

Winning Tickets RALEIGH — These numbers were drawn Thursday by the North Carolina Lottery: Early Pick 3: 6-2-6 Late Pick 3: 1-2-3 Pick 4: 2-6-9-8

Cash 5: 29-14-28-6-5 RICHMOND, Va. — These numbers were drawn Thursday afternoon by the Virginia Lottery: Pick 3: 0-3-8 Pick 4: 4-1-4-1 Cash 5: 8-9-13-23-25 These numbers were drawn Thursday night: Pick 3: 0-8-2 Pick 4: 2-6-0-6 Cash 5: 1-11-14-19-30


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Friday, August 14, 2009

NL Roundup

AL Roundup

Verlander, Tigers avoid sweep vs. Red Sox

AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast

Philadelphia’s Ryan Howard follows through with a threerun home run as Chicago catcher Geovany Soto looks on during the fourth inning of Thursday’s game.

Phillies sweep Cubs Phillies 6, Cubs 1 CHICAGO (AP) — Cliff Lee won his third straight start since joining the Philadelphia Phillies, and the NL East leaders beat the slumping Chicago Cubs 6-1 Thursday for their first sweep at Wrigley Field in 25 years. Shane Victorino had two hits and scored twice. The All-Star center fielder had no problems with the crowd, a day after he was doused with beer while catching a fly ball, prompting Victorino to file a police report. The Cubs management apologized to him. Lee (3-0) allowed one run and six hits over eight innings. He struck out eight and walked three to win his sixth straight start overall. He also helped himself with a double. Brewers 12, Padres 9 MILWAUKEE (AP) — Prince Fielder and backup catcher Mike Rivera each hit two home runs, and the struggling Brewers built a big lead before hanging on to beat the Padres. Fielder hit a 465-foot shot off the Miller Park scoreboard and Ryan Braun also homered as the Brewers connected a season-high five times. Manny Parra won his fifth straight decision despite allowing 13 hits in 5 2-3 innings. Parra (8-8) took a ninerun lead into the fifth inning, but allowed three runs on five straight singles and a sacrifice fly. San Diego rallied for three more runs off reliever David Weathers and a gaffe by second baseman Felipe Lopez in the eighth that made it 12-9. Rockies 10, Pirates 1 DENVER (AP) — Jason Marquis allowed

three hits over seven innings, Troy Tulowitzki and Clint Barmes homered and the Rockies finished off a winning series. Dexter Fowler had four hits — three of them doubles — and scored three runs, and Barmes finished with three hits and three RBIs for Colorado.

Reds 7, Nationals 0 CINCINNATI (AP) — Jonny Gomes homered in his first three at-bats to back Bronson Arroyo’s two-hitter and Cincinnati beat Washington 7-0 on Thursday night. Gomes hit two-run homers in the second and fourth innings and added a solo shot in the sixth to help the Reds take a 7-0 lead. He struck out in the eighth inning. It is the second time in Gomes’ career he hit three homers, the first on July 30, 2005, against Kansas City. He is the sixth player to hit three homers in a game this season. Pittsburgh’s Andrew McCutchen was the last on Aug. 1. Gomes, who has 14 homers, became the 24th player in franchise history to hit three home runs in a game. Marlins 9, Astros 2 MIAMI (AP) — Jorge Cantu and Ronny Paulino homered, and the Florida Marlins continued their potent pace at the plate, beating the Houston Astros 9-2 on Thursday night. Sean West (4-4) struck out three in six innings, and relievers Brian Sanches and Chris Leroux combined to give the Marlins their sixth win in the last seven games. The Marlins remained 4 1/2 games behind firstplace Philadelphia in the NL East.

Bulls win with ninth-inning rally Special to the Dispatch

LAWRENCEVILLE, GA. — Elliot Johnson sparked a six-run rally in the ninth, as Durham beat Gwinnett 9-5 on Thursday to move within a game of first place. Johnson, who was 3-for-5, singled to start the ninth against closer Luis Valdez (5-4). He then scored from first on Henry Mateo's one-out triple to center, jarring the ball loose from Clint Sammons in a collison at the plate. After John Jaso struck out, Desmond Jennings singled to left to give Durham a 5-4 lead, their first advantage since the fifth inning. Reid Brignac then singled, as did Justin Ruggiano and Jon Weber, with the last

two hits driving home runs for a 7-4 lead. That chased Valdez, and Chris Richard doubled to right center for a 9-4 lead. Jason Childers allowed a run in the ninth, but closed out the game, allowing Durham to salvage the last of four against Gwinnett. Johnson and Weber highlighted a 14-hit attack with three hits each. Chris Richard had a pair of doubles. Dale Thayer (1-5) got the win with a scoreless ninth. Durham now heads home and begins a series with Scranton, the North Division leader and defending Governors' Cup champion on Friday. Andy Sonnanstine starts against Kei Igawa. Coverage on 99.9 the Fan begins at 6:55 p.m.

Tigers 2, Red Sox 0 BOSTON (AP) — Justin Verlander allowed four hits in eight innings, Ryan Raburn homered and the Detroit Tigers beat the Boston Red Sox 2-0 on Thursday to avoid a four-game sweep. Verlander (13-6) struck out eight and walked one, retiring 16 of the last 19 batters he faced. Fernando Rodney pitched the ninth for his 24th save. Clay Buchholz (1-3) allowed five hits in seven innings, walking three and striking out three while giving up Raburn’s homer to go with an unearned run in the fourth. Victor Martinez had two hits for Boston, and he also stole a base for the second time in his career and the first time since 2003. Royals 5, Twins 4 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Gil Meche gave up four

21st homer of the season to pull Minnesota to 5-4.

first, Meche (5-9) breezed through the next three innings. He had two outs in the fifth when he walked Denard Span and gave up a single to Cabrera. Mauer followed with his

Rangers 4, Indians 1 CLEVELAND (AP) — Scott Feldman pitched six sharp innings and Josh Hamilton had four hits, including a go-ahead two-run double for the Rangers. Feldman (12-4) worked out of trouble several times after allowing a first-inning run in winning his third straight start. The right-hander allowed seven hits and struck out six to improve to 8-1 with a 3.33 ERA in 10 road starts this season. Hamilton’s double off Jeremy Sowers (4-8) gave the Rangers a 2-1 lead. He also had an infield hit in the first, a double in the sixth and another single leading off the eighth.

humid and breezy Thursday, but strong winds are expected Friday. There’s a possibility of rain during the weekend. “Obviously, he’s the best in the world so we expect him to win,” Allenby said, referring to Woods. “But you know what? It’s three more days to go. And a lot can happen.” Especially in this, one of the wackier years for golf. Kenny Perry had the Masters won, then lost it. Bethpage Black did its best imitation of a water park the first two days. Ol’ Tom Watson nearly turned back the clock at Turnberry. Not even Woods has been immune. The world’s No. 1 player has won at least one major in each of the last four years, but he’s running out of time this year to keep that streak going. He made a charge Sunday at

the Masters, but couldn’t hang on. He wasn’t much of a factor at the U.S. Open, catching a bad break when his side of the draw was deluged. Then there was the British. He was the heavy favorite at Turnberry, arriving fresh off a win at his AT&T National tournament. But he was mediocre on Thursday, shooting 71, and then a 74 to miss the cut on the line. It was only the second time in his professional career that he’d missed the cut at a major, and the first time at any tournament in more than three years. Woods, however, won the last two weekends at the Buick Open and Bridgestone and now clearly looks to be back on his game. “I had that nice rest there after the British Open, those two days,” he said, drawing laughter.

AP Photo/Michael Dwyer

Detroit’s Justin Verlander pitches against the Red Sox in the first inning of Thursday’s game. runs in five innings in his return from the disabled list, and the Royals won their first three-game series since the end of June. After allowing an RBI double to Mauer in the

PGA, from page 1B titles. “You don’t have to be eight ahead after the first round. That’s not it. You’ve just got to keep plodding along. ... The whole idea is not to make that many mistakes.” Harrington, who also won the 2007 and ’08 British Opens, actually shared the lead with Woods after three birdies in a five-hole span on their back nine. But he settled for par on long No. 7 after his putt from the fringe rolled about two inches past while Woods two-putted from 30 feet for a birdie. Robert Allenby, whose second-place finish at Bridgestone last weekend was overshadowed by the duel between Woods and Harrington, was at 3 under with Hunter Mahan, Mathew Goggin, Alvaro Quiros and David Toms. Vijay Singh joined them

after nearly holing his second shot on the 16th. The ball landed above the hole and spun back toward the cup, stopping at the rim and leaving him an easy tap-in for birdie. Singh, a two-time winner at the PGA, hasn’t made the cut at the year’s final major since 2005, when he tied for 10th. Phil Mickelson, who missed the British Open to tend to wife Amy, who has breast cancer, was having an up-and-down afternoon. He was at 3 over after going bogey-double bogey on Nos. 9 and 10, but got one of the strokes back with a birdie on 11. “The first day of a major, it’s always good to keep yourself in there. I think I probably did a little bit more than that,” Harrington said. Having an early lead could be key if the weather turns foul. It was hot,



PGA Championship Scores

American League Standings

Thursday, at Hazeltine National Golf Club, Chaska, Minn. First Round Purse: $7.5 million Yardage: 7,674; Par 72 (36-36) Tiger Woods 33-34 — 67 Padraig Harrington 34-34 — 68 Robert Allenby 33-36 — 69 Mathew Goggin 34-35 — 69 Hunter Mahan 34-35 — 69 Alvaro Quiros 36-33 — 69 Vijay Singh 34-35 — 69 David Toms 34-35 — 69 Paul Goydos 34-36 — 70 Thongchai Jaidee 38-32 — 70 Graeme McDowell 35-35 — 70 Lee Westwood 34-36 — 70 Michael Bradley 32-38 — 70 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 35-35 — 70 Soren Kjeldsen 36-34 — 70 Ben Crane 36-34 — 70 Hiroyuki Fujita 37-34 — 71 Bo Van Pelt 36-35 — 71 Rory McIlroy 37-34 — 71 Sergio Garcia 36-35 — 71 Rich Beem 37-34 — 71 Anders Hansen 34-37 — 71 Geoff Ogilvy 36-35 — 71 Brendan Jones 34-37 — 71 Lucas Glover 36-35 — 71 Luke Donald 37-34 — 71 D.J. Trahan 34-38 — 72 Keith Dicciani 37-35 — 72 Charlie Wi 37-35 — 72 Carl Pettersson 36-36 — 72 Scott Hebert 35-37 — 72 Nathan Green 35-37 — 72 Dustin Johnson 33-39 — 72 Tom Lehman 37-35 — 72 Michael Miles 35-37 — 72 Soren Hansen 33-39 — 72 Louis Oosthuizen 36-36 — 72 John Merrick 34-38 — 72 Bob Tway 35-37 — 72 Ian Poulter 36-36 — 72 Thomas Levet 37-35 — 72 J.J. Henry 35-37 — 72 Jeff Overton 35-37 — 72 Ross Fisher 36-37 — 73 John Mallinger 33-40 — 73 Jim Furyk 36-37 — 73 Martin Kaymer 37-36 — 73 Henrik Stenson 37-36 — 73 Richard Sterne 36-37 — 73 Justin Rose 35-38 — 73 Camilo Villegas 38-35 — 73 Michael Sim 36-37 — 73 Grant Sturgeon 37-36 — 73 Woody Austin 35-38 — 73 John Rollins 37-36 — 73 Ken Duke 38-35 — 73 Anthony Kim 37-36 — 73 Kevin Sutherland 38-35 — 73 John Senden 39-34 — 73 Kevin Na 34-39 — 73 Stewart Cink 39-34 — 73 Marc Turnesa 36-37 — 73 Alastair Forsyth 38-35 — 73 Justin Leonard 38-35 — 73 Corey Pavin 37-36 — 73 Ben Curtis 35-38 — 73 K.J. Choi 36-37 — 73 Y.E. Yang 36-37 — 73 Pat Perez 39-35 — 74 Rod Pampling 36-38 — 74 Kenny Perry 36-38 — 74 Stuart Appleby 36-38 — 74 Chris Wood 36-38 — 74 Rory Sabbatini 36-38 — 74 Chad Campbell 40-34 — 74 Peter Hanson 36-38 — 74

Mark Brooks Fred Couples Sean O’Hair Mike Weir Boo Weekley Zach Johnson Francesco Molinari Oliver Wilson Ryo Ishikawa Michael Allen Bubba Watson Steve Stricker Stephen Ames Paul Azinger Phil Mickelson Jeev Milkha Singh Bob Estes Steve Flesch Richard Green Shingo Katayama Craig Thomas Nick Watney David Smail Brandt Snedeker Todd Lancaster Greg Bisconti Miguel Angel Jimenez Colin Montgomerie Andres Romero Steve Elkington Ryan Palmer Ernie Els Scott McCarron Briny Baird Prayad Marksaeng Tim Petrovic J.B. Holmes Shaun Micheel Aaron Baddeley Kevin Streelman Tim Weinhart Ryuji Imada Brian Davis Mark Sheftic Davis Love III Steve Marino Angel Cabrera Tim Clark Charl Schwartzel Charley Hoffman Steve Webster Scott Verplank Matt Kuchar Charles Howell III Mark Wilson Retief Goosen Jerry Kelly Johan Edfors Chris Starkjohann Cameron Beckman Mike Small Anthony Wall Brian Gay Brett Quigley Lee Rinker Darren Clarke Eric Lippert Brian Gaffney Jason Dufner Nick Dougherty Michael Campbell Robert Gaus Ryan Benzel Sam Arnold Adam Scott Steve Schneiter Mitch Lowe Will MacKenzie Kevin Roman John Daly

36-38 — 74 38-36 — 74 35-39 — 74 36-38 — 74 35-39 — 74 37-37 — 74 38-36 — 74 38-36 — 74 37-37 — 74 37-37 — 74 37-37 — 74 37-37 — 74 37-37 — 74 36-38 — 74 37-37 — 74 35-39 — 74 33-41 — 74 36-38 — 74 36-39 — 75 38-37 — 75 38-37 — 75 37-38 — 75 39-36 — 75 37-38 — 75 38-37 — 75 37-38 — 75 37-38 — 75 37-38 — 75 38-37 — 75 35-40 — 75 38-37 — 75 40-35 — 75 35-40 — 75 37-39 — 76 39-37 — 76 37-39 — 76 36-40 — 76 34-42 — 76 38-38 — 76 37-39 — 76 35-41 — 76 38-38 — 76 37-39 — 76 38-38 — 76 39-37 — 76 36-40 — 76 38-38 — 76 39-37 — 76 36-40 — 76 38-38 — 76 36-40 — 76 38-39 — 77 38-39 — 77 38-39 — 77 38-39 — 77 37-40 — 77 38-39 — 77 40-37 — 77 38-39 — 77 36-42 — 78 41-37 — 78 38-40 — 78 38-40 — 78 36-42 — 78 38-40 — 78 38-40 — 78 39-39 — 78 40-39 — 79 41-38 — 79 40-40 — 80 38-42 — 80 41-40 — 81 41-40 — 81 42-39 — 81 42-40 — 82 39-43 — 82 41-43 — 84 40-44 — 84 46-41 — 87 WD

East Division W L Pct GB New York 71 43 .623 — Boston 65 49 .570 6 Tampa Bay 61 53 .535 10 Toronto 54 59 .478 16 1/2 Baltimore 47 67 .412 24 Central Division W L Pct GB Detroit 60 54 .526 — Chicago 58 57 .504 2 1/2 Minnesota 55 59 .482 5 Cleveland 49 65 .430 11 Kansas City 45 69 .395 15 West Division W L Pct GB Los Angeles 68 44 .607 — Texas 64 49 .566 4 1/2 Seattle 60 54 .526 9 Oakland 51 63 .447 18

Wednesday’s Games N.Y. Yankees 4, Toronto 3, 11 innings Oakland 6, Baltimore 3 L.A. Angels 10, Tampa Bay 5 Texas 5, Cleveland 0 Boston 8, Detroit 2 Minnesota 7, Kansas City 1 Seattle 1, Chicago White Sox 0, 14 innings Friday’s Games Kansas City (Greinke 11-7) at Detroit (Washburn 8-7), 7:05 p.m. L.A. Angels (Jer.Weaver 12-3) at Baltimore (Tillman 0-0), 7:05 p.m. Toronto (Halladay 12-5) at Tampa Bay (J.Shields 7-8), 7:38 p.m. Boston (Lester 9-7) at Texas (Millwood 9-7), 8:05 p.m. Cleveland (Masterson 3-3) at Minnesota (S.Baker 9-7), 8:10 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Contreras 4-11) at Oakland (Bre.Anderson 7-8), 10:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Pettitte 9-6) at Seattle (RowlandSmith 2-1), 10:10 p.m.

National League Standings

East Division W L Pct GB Philadelphia 64 48 .571 — Florida 61 54 .530 4 1/2 Atlanta 60 54 .526 5 New York 53 61 .465 12 Washington 40 75 .348 25 1/2 Central Division W L Pct GB St. Louis 64 52 .552 — Chicago 58 55 .513 4 1/2 Milwaukee 56 58 .491 7 Houston 56 59 .487 7 1/2 Cincinnati 50 64 .439 13 Pittsburgh 46 68 .404 17

West Division W L Pct GB Los Angeles 69 46 .600 — Colorado 64 51 .557 5 San Francisco 62 52 .544 6 1/2 Arizona 52 63 .452 17 San Diego 49 67 .422 20 1/2 Wednesday’s Games N.Y. Mets 6, Arizona 4 San Francisco 4, L.A. Dodgers 2, 10 innings Houston 14, Florida 6 Atlanta 6, Washington 2

Philadelphia 12, Chicago Cubs 5 San Diego 6, Milwaukee 5 St. Louis 5, Cincinnati 2 Colorado 8, Pittsburgh 0 Friday’s Games Pittsburgh (Morton 2-5) at Chicago Cubs (R.Wells 8-5), 2:20 p.m. Colorado (Hammel 7-6) at Florida (Jo.Johnson 11-2), 7:10 p.m. San Francisco (Zito 8-10) at N.Y. Mets (Parnell 2-4), 7:10 p.m. Washington (Mock 1-4) at Cincinnati (Harang 6-13), 7:10 p.m. Philadelphia (Blanton 7-6) at Atlanta (Jurrjens 9-8), 7:35 p.m. Houston (W.Rodriguez 11-6) at Milwaukee (Gallardo 10-9), 8:05 p.m. San Diego (Latos 4-1) at St. Louis (Wainwright 13-7), 8:15 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Kershaw 8-6) at Arizona (Haren 11-7), 9:40 p.m.

TRANSACTIONS Thursday’s Sports Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL—Suspended Chicago Cubs minor league P Ericdervid Martinez and OF Gregorio Robles 50 games each for testing positive for performance-enhancing substances in violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program. n American League CHICAGO WHITE SOX—Acquired INF Andy Cannizaro from Cleveland for cash considerations and assigned him to Charlotte (IL). DETROIT TIGERS—Announced RHP Rick Porcello has dropped his appeal of the five-game suspension for hitting Boston 1B Kevin Youkilis with a pitch in a game on Aug. 11. KANSAS CITY ROYALS—Activated RHP Gil Meche from the 15-day DL. Placed RHP Doug Waechter on the 15-day DL. SEATTLE MARINERS—Placed 3B Adrian Beltre on the 15-day DL. n National League CHICAGO CUBS—Recalled RHP Justin Berg from Iowa (PCL). Optioned RHP Jeff Samardzija to Iowa. SAN DIEGO PADRES—Recalled RHP Cesar Carrillo from Portland (PCL). Optioned RHP Mike Ekstrom to Portland. n Southern League CAROLINA MUDCATS—Assigned LHP Jeremy Horst to Sarasota (FSL). Recalled LHP Alexander Smit from Sarasota. BASKETBALL n National Basketball Association PHILADELPHIA 76ERS—Signed C Primoz Brezec. FOOTBALL n National Football League NFL—Suspended Cleveland WR Donte’ Stallworth for the 2009 season for violating both the league’s policy on substances of abuse and the personal conduct policy. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS—Activated WR Sam Giguere from physcially-unable-to-perform list. Placed WR Roy Hall on waived-injured list. Waived OG Tom Pestock. Signed RB Walter Mendenhall and DE Rudolph Hardie. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES—Signed QB Michael Vick to a two-year contract. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS—Signed P Dirk Johnson. Waived DT Greg Peterson. COLLEGE FLORIDA STATE—Signed Leonard Hamilton, men’s basketball coach, to a five-year contract.


















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HOROSCOPES ARIES (March 21-April 19). Guard your tender heart and you’ll stay in a wonderful mood. It’s better to start a new than to delve into old history. If you must ask questions, make sure you really want to hear the answer no matter what it is. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You are a role model whether or not you want to be. Those with less experience are watching you for cues as to how they should behave. Knowing you’re being observed helps you step up your game. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You cherish the special connection you have with your friends. That doesn’t mean you want to know every thought that crosses their minds. Focus your conversations. Stick to upbeat topics. CANCER (June 22-July 22). You have many of the answers, but you don’t have them all. Encourage everyone to solve his or her own problems. When you back off, you empower others to be creative. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You get right down to business and finish things quickly. You make it look so easy that others will try to do what you do. But it’s not as easy as it looks. Your skills have been honed over years of practice. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Your observations will be particularly astute. Praise those around you, finding what they do very well and pointing it out. Your encouragement brings up the level of production, as well as the morale of a group.









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LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You’re proud of who you are, but at the same time you value humility and love to be of service to others. Make a concession. By giving a loved one what he or she wants, you pave the way for a harmonious weekend. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Your recent accomplishment will put you in the limelight. You might be dealing with a jealous or paranoid person. Back off. Don’t try to convince anyone of anything. Avoid getting into an argument. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Your sense of timing is slightly ahead of most people’s today. You’ll get more accomplished, but you’ll also be prone to frustration over the excruciatingly slow pace the rest of the world seems to be adopting. Try to relax. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). You are given a pretty tall order. You’ll be asked to fill in the blanks, solve problems and create an experience for others. This is just the kind of challenge you thrive on. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You’ll be offered special treats and deals. Maybe there is a motive behind these offerings, but so what? Have a wonderful time with the perks you’re given. No one can make you do anything you don’t want to do. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). There are very few people who understand how to give fantastic service as you do. Making other people feel important is an art and an attitude you continue to cultivate. You’ll be paid handsomely for this skill.









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the best of the knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the current owner(s) of the property is/are Jeanette H. Bullock and Sha’ron Antwawn Bullock. An Order for possession of the property may be issued pursuant to G.S. 4521.29 in favor of the purchaser and against the party or parties in possession by the clerk of superior court of the county in which the property is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered into or renewed on or after October 1, 2007, may, after receiving the notice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days’ written notice to the landlord. The notice shall also state that upon termination of a rental agreement, the tenant is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the effective date of the termination. If the trustee is unable to convey title to this property for any reason, the sole remedy of the purchaser is the return of the deposit. Reasons of such inability to convey include, but are not limited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the confirmation of the sale and reinstatement of the loan without the knowledge of the trustee. If the validity of the sale is challenged by any party, the trustee, in their sole discretion, if they believe the challenge to have merit, may request the court to declare the sale to be void and return the deposit. The purchaser will have no further remedy. This is a communication from a debt collector. The purpose of this communication is to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose, except in the instance of bankruptcy protecton. If you are under the protecton of the bankruptcy court or have been discharged as a result of a bankruptcy proceeding, this notice is given to you pursuant to statutory requirement and for informational purposes and is not intended as an attempt to collect a debt or as an act to collect, assess, or recover all or any portion of the debt from you personally.

Default having been made in the payment of the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the undersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, having been substituted as Trustee in said Deed of Trust by an instrument duly recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds of Vance County, North Carolina, and the holder of the note evidencing said indebtedness having directed that the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at the courthouse door of the county courthouse where the property is located, or the usual and customary location at the county courthouse for conducting the sale on August 18, 2009 at 2:00 pm, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described property situated in Vance County, North Carolina, to wit: Exhibit A to Deed of Trust from Rachel A. Hendricks to Karyn T. Wilson, Trustee for Washington Mutual Bank FA. Dated February 13, 2002. Beginning at a PK nail located in the center of SR 1366 and the northwest corner of Dennis Ray Paschall property line and said PK nail being further located 729.00 feet from the junction of SR 1366 and SR 1369; thence S. 13 deg. 14’ 44” W. 30.19 feet along Dennis Ray Paschall western property line to an iron pipe; thence continue along Dennis Ray Paschall western property line S. 13 deg. 14’ 44” W. 325.04 feet to an iron pipe; thence N. 75 deg. 04’ 52” W. 261.00 feet along the northern property line for Nat B. White to an iron pipe; thence N. 11 deg. 10’ 22” E, 270.12 feet along the eastern property line for R. L. Bullock to an iron pipe; thence continuing along the eastern property line for R. L. Bullock N. 11 deg. 10’ 22” E. 30.56 feet to a PK nail located in the center of SR 1366; thence S. 89 deg. 48’ 42” E. 26.55 feet along the center of SR 1366 to a PK nail; thence continuing along the center of SR 1366, S. 88 deg. 14’ 00” E. 93.19 feet to a PK nail; thence still continuing along center of SR 1366, S. 86 deg. 10’ 27” E. 97.38 feet to a PK nail; thence still continuing along the center of SR 1366 S. 83 deg. 14’ 01” E. 58.88 feet to a PK nail and being the point and place of beginning, and containing 2.02 acres, more or less, as shown on map of Cawthorne & Associates, RLS entitled “Survey for John C. Watkins, III, William D. Watkins, Robert K. Watkins” dated the 28th day of November 1985. This security also includes a 2000 Redman manufactured home, Serial #141-02302A/B. Save and except any releases, deeds of release or prior conveyances of record. Said property is commonly known as 171

Bullocksville Park Road, Manson, North Carolina 27553. Third party purchasers must pay the excise tax, and the court costs of Forty-Five Cents (45¢) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) pursuant to NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). A cash deposit (no personal checks) of five percent (5%) of the purchase price, or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, will be required at the time of the sale. Following the expiration of the statutory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts are immediately due and owing. Said property to be offered pursuant to this Notice of Sale is being offered for sale, transfer and conveyance “AS IS WHERE IS.” There are no representations of warranty relating to the title or any physical, environmental, health or safety conditions existing in, on, at, or relating to the property being offered for sale. This sale is made subject to all prior liens, unpaid taxes, special assessments, easements, rights of way, deeds of release, and any other encumbrances or exceptions of record. To the best of the knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the current owner(s) of the property is/are Rachel Hendricks. An Order for possession of the property may be issued pursuant to G.S. 4521.29 in favor of the purchaser and against the party or parties in possession by the clerk of superior court of the county in which the property is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered into or renewed on or after October 1, 2007, may, after receiving the notice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days’ written notice to the landlord. The notice shall also state that upon termination of a rental agreement, the tenant is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the effective date of the termination. If the trustee is unable to convey title to this property for any reason, the sole remedy of the purchaser is the return of the deposit. Reasons of such inability to convey include, but are not limited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the confirmation of the sale and reinstatement of the loan without the knowledge of the trustee. If the validity of the sale is challenged by any party, the trustee, in their sole discretion, if they believe the challenge to have merit, may request the court to declare the sale to be void and return the deposit. The purchaser will have no further remedy. This is a communication from a debt collector. The purpose of this communication is to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose, except in the instance of bankruptcy protecton. If you are under the protecton of

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p.m., the Plaintiff was driving a 1992 Dodge southwest on E. Andrews Avenue in Henderson, Vance County, North Carolina. On the same date and at the same location and time, the Defendant was driving a 1994 Honda east on E. Andrews Avenue in Henderson, Vance County, North Carolina. A collision occurred when the Defendant struck Plaintiff’s vehicle while Plaintiff was attempting to make a left turn onto Americal Road at the intersection of E. Andrews Avenue and Americal Road. The Defendant, Steven Humphries, was negligent in one or more of the following ways: a. Failed to keep a proper lookout and keep vehicle under control; b. Failed to reduce speed to avoid a collision; c. Otherwise failed to use ordinary care that is required of all motorists who operate vehicles on the North Carolina Highways. As a direct and proximate cause of the Defendant’s negligence, the Plaintiff received serious, painful, and permanent injuries causing the Plaintiff to incur medical expenses, lost wages, loss of enjoyment of life, pain and suffering, and other future damages that have yet to be fully determined. Further, as a direct and proximate result of the aforementtioned collision resulting from the negligence of the Defendant, Plaintiff’s vehicle was damaged and Plaintiff has suffered losses thereby from damage to his property, loss of use, and other expenses. Second Cause of Action The preceding paragraphs are herein incorporated by reference as if fully set forth Upon information and belief, at the time of the collision, Defendant was operating his vehicle on a highway at a speed in excess of that allowed by the State of North Carolina. Upon information and belief, at the time of the collision, Defendant was operating his vehicle in a careless manner. The conduct of the Defendant described herein constituted a willful and wanton disregard for the rights of the Plaintiff and gross negiligence. Defendant is liable to Plaintiff for punitive damages as a result of such conduct. WHEREFORE, the Plaintiff prays the Court for the following: 1. Judgment against the Defendant for an amount in excess of $10,000.00; 2. Interest from the date this suit was instituted;

3. Attorney fees and costs; 4. Plaintiff have and recover of the Defendant an additional sum for punitive damages for the gross, willful, and wanton negiligence of the Defendant; 5. A trial by jury; and 6. Any other relief the Court deems just and proper. Dated: This, the 7th day of August, 2009.

Substitute Trustee Brock & Scott, PLLC Jeremy B. Wilkins, NCSB No. 32346 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington, NC 28403 Phone: (910) 392-4988 Fax: (910) 392-8587 Aug 7,14, 2009 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NORTH CAROLINA VANCE COUNTY 09 SP 88 Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained in that certain Deed of Trust executed by Rachel A. Hendricks, an unmarried woman to Karyn T. Wilson, Trustee(s), which was dated February 13, 2002 and recorded on February 14, 2002 in Book 945 at Page 024, Vance County Registry, North Carolina.

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Lost & Found LOST: Small white dog w/some tan & w/grey ears. Humpty Dumpty Day Care area. REWARD. Please call Kelly at 252433-9535 or 252-425-1891.

TAKE NOTICE that a pleading seeking relief against you has been filed in the aboveentitled action. The nature of the relief sought is a tax lien foreclosure on real property listed as being owned by William F. Cordell c/o Anthony Butler on the Vance County Tax Records, North Carolina, having Parcel I.D. Number 778-4 (251 Pinkston Street). You are required to make defense to such pleading not later than September 10, 2009, and upon your failure to do so, the party seeking relief against you will apply to the court for tax lien foreclosure of said real property. This the 27th day of July, 2009.

LOST: Medium build white & tan male deer dog. Williamsboro area. Answers to “Pup�. REWARD. 252-4321138 or 252-438-7055

Help Wanted

Help Wanted

Yard Sales

Yard Sales

Supervisory Experience

Convenience store position available. Please reply to PO Box 274, Henderson, NC 27536.

2150 Coleman Place. Sat. 8/15. 8am-Noon. Kid & adult clothes, adult potty chair, 2 dressers w/mirrors, futon, books, toys, etc.

Moving Sale. 240 Rock Spring Church Rd. (Near Henderson Pt., Kerr Lake) Sat. 8/15. 8am11am. Everything must go! Great Deals!

4130 Salem Road Oxford Sat. 8/15 7am-Noon Clothes, household items, lots of misc.

Multi-family. Wakefield Ave. Fri. 8/14 10am3pm. Sat. 8/15 8amNoon. Furniture, kids’ stuff, household, clothes, shoes, etc. Rain or Shine!

• Must have 5+ years experience supervising manufacturing/ assembly employees • Willing to work 1st or 2nd shifts Growing company within the four county area Send resume to

Elberta Crate & Box Company • Mechanic

Must have 3 to 5 years experience in electrical and mechanical maintenance. • Shift Supervisor Must have experience in an industrial environment


Business & Services Brassy & Sassy Cleaning Service. Residential & Commercial. Free estimates. 252-438-8773 or 252-304-6042.

Harris Plumbing

Residential, commercial & mobile homes. 252-430-7804 or 252-425-3536

N. Kyle Hicks Hopper, Hicks & Wrenn, PLLC Attorney for Plaintiffs 111 Gilliam Street PO Box 247 Oxford, NC 27565 (919) 693-8161

Perfection Auto Body & Marine Repair. 3355 Raleigh Rd. www.per fectionautoandmarine. com. 252-431-0161

July 31, Aug 7,14, 2009

Pro-Washer roof & house washing & gutter cleaning. We pump wash to save your roof & water. 919-702-1812

Special Notices Credit Education Services, Inc. Serving all your credit situations. Good Credit, Bad Credit, No Credit. Repossessions, Foreclosures, Hospital Bills. Call today for your free consultation. 252767-3786. Ask for ShanTel Y. Johnson or Douglas Eatmon at 919-349-3156. Office location 117 1/2 Williamsboro Street Oxford, NC 27565 Email credit_edu_ser_inc.

Woodruff Moving, Inc. Full Service Movers. Local or Nationwide. 35 years experience.


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Seeking candidate with • 2 year Accounting Degree • Corporate Accounting Experience • 5 years Excellent Analytical and Communication Skills Please apply in person 220 Dabney Drive Henderson, NC 27536 252-438-3888 Fax 252-438-2619

147 Elberta Lane Warrenton, NC House Keeping Help Wanted. Experience Needed. Apply in Person at Days Inn on Ruin Creek Rd. Start new career! Expanding retail co. needs Mgr. Trainees. Exc. Sal. + bonus. No exp. nec. Med. Some physical work req’d. N. Garnett St., Henderson location. Email resume

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Supply Line Country Market (Raleigh Road, Henderson) NOW HIRING Experienced Meat Cutters. Apply in Person. See Ivery Spraggins , Market Manager. Drug Test Required

Yard Sales 206 Bickett St. near 220 Seafood. Sat. 8/15. 7am-until. Toys, boys’ clothes, some women’s clothes,Shoes some furniture, lots of misc...

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Indoors! 4275 NC 39 Hwy. N. Louisburg. Sat. 8/15. 7am-1pm. Furniture, clothing, jewelry, kitchenware, appliances, lots of misc. Inside. Air Conditioned! Crystal River Church of God. 305 John Deere Rd. Sat. 8/15. 7am11am. Biscuits, hot dogs, Fall wreaths & flowers, women, baby & kid’s clothes, dishes. Large garage sale! #158 N. past Greystone. Look for sign. Fri & Sat. 8/14 & 15 8am-Noon. Kids clothes, baby items, toys galore! 252-492-9776. Moving Sale. 1549 Jacksontown Rd. 252430-4270. Fri. & Sat. 8/14 & 15 8am-until. Desk top computer, toys, furniture, jeans, baby items, sewing machine, Nintendo, Sega & games, etc.

12x10 metal garage door w/windows & hardware. $500. 252-213-7017 after 3:30PM.




Body jewelry (pierced nose, eye, navel, etc.) All kinds of knives & swords. Printed T-shirts. Tues. thru Thurs. outside. Fri. Sat. & Sun. inside. Raleigh Rd. Flea Market. Fridge $150. Stove $75. China cabinet $80. BR suite $80. Small kitchen cabinet $20. Size 14 petite dresses. Call 252492-5485.

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Residential & Commercial Mobile Homes – water ters pu ea

Big Sale! 483 Island Creek Est. Rd. Fri. & Sat. 8/14 & 15. 8am4pm. Women & big men’s clothes, housewares, computer items, Legend race car $3800 Semi-trailer $4000 TOO MUCH TO LIST! RAIN OR SHINE!

Merchandise For Sale

Carpet, Windows, Doors, Floors, Vinyl, Plumbing, Etc.

Call 252-436-2810 for info.

For all your plumbing needs!

708 New Bethel Church Rd. Sat. 8/15. 7am-Noon. Nurses uniforms $2. Handmade jewelry, unique birdfeeders.

YARD SALE Corner of US 1-158 & Greystone Rd.Sat. 8/15 7am - 12 pm Baby Clothes, Baby Swing, and lots more...


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Merchandise For Sale

Pets & Supplies

Jewelry Sale. Crystal, curio cabinet & lots of other items. Tuesday thru Thursday outside. 10am-5pm. Raleigh Rd. Flea Market. Fri., Sat. & Sun. on inside.

AKC registered Bloodhounds. Black, tan & red. 5 females, 3 males. Shots & dewormed. 252-456-2575

Large mahogany executive desk with hutch & extension Excellent condition!!! Located in Henderson Asking $1000 Eager to sell 336-687-2401 Mausoleums/crypts sideby-side at Sunset Gardens. Will sell one or both. Call 919-690-2599 if interested. New Barn Door bunk beds w/rails & slats $250 OBO. 6 ft. large bamboo china cabinet $250 OBO. Mediterranean oak table, 6 chairs & china cabinet to match $399 OBO. Sideby-side w/ice-in-door refrigerator $350 OBO. Queen size sleeper $100 OBO. Much, Much More! Call 252-438-8828 or 252-432-2230 anytime


Raleigh Road Flea Market parking lot. Weds. & Thurs. 9am - 5:30pm Sheet sets, comforter sets, handbags, diabetic socks, etc. SHELLED DEER CORN For Sale Call 252-213-1945 or 252-431-1425

Farmers Corner Home-Grown Natural Beef. USDA inspected Doan & Bette Laursen Goose River Farm Granville County Call for brochure or information. 919-693-6222

Beagle puppies. 6 wks. old. Male & female. Good for rabbit hunting. $100 ea. 252-430-7327 or 252-226-4241. Free Puppies. Lad/Dalmation Mix. 1 Black & 1 Cho. females, 4 Black males. 252-4925710 FREE to good homes. Kittens. 8 wks. old. Male & female. 252-492-9195. MUST GO!!! 2 Doberman Puppies all Female First shots, wormed, Tails doc. $50 each 252-438 -5901

Wanted To Buy Aluminum, Copper, Scrap Metal&Junk Cars Paying $75-$175 Across Scales Mikes Auto Salvage, 252-438-9000.

WE BUY GOLD Silver & Platium, jelewry, coins, Sterling, etc... Raleigh Road Flea Market, Tuesdays & Wednesday Call John 919-636-4150

Investment Properties HUD PUBLISHER’S NOTICE


OPPORTUNITY All real estate advertised herein is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise any

Fri Class 8.14

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Investment Properties preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or intention to make any such preferences, limitations or discrimination. State laws forbid discrimination in the sale, rental or advertising of real estate based on factors in addition to those protected under federal law. We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.

Apartment For Rent * Apartments/Homes * 1 to 3BR. $325 to $995/mo. 252-492-8777. W W Properties

Apartments/Houses Wester Realty 252-438-8701

Houses For Rent OWNERS! Having trouble leasing and collecting rent?

Call The Rogers Group, Inc. A full service Property Management Company

252-492-9385 1-800-834-9487

Houses For Rent 411B Young St. 3BR, 1BA. HUGE! $595/mo. Ref. & dep. req’d. For apps., 252-438-8082. 940 Tungsten Mine Rd. Townsville. Washer/ dryer hookups, stove, & fridge. 3BR, 1BA. Lease, dep. req’d. Will consider Sec. 8. $575/ mo. 252430-6924 or 919-7493720. Friends & Family Special - up to $100 Free Rent 1-3BR houses & apts.

2BR, 2BA apt. $550/ mo. 1BR apt. $375/mo. 2BR MH $300/mo. Ref. & dep. 252-438-3738 3BR / 2BR central htr & A/C in Cokesbury Community. $650.00 + Deposit. Call RE/MAX Carriage Realty @ 252-430-6060 3BR, 2BA, LR, DR, kit. Large fenced yard, pool, deck, shed. 620 Puckett St., Stovall. $850/mo. + $850 dep. No credit check. 443-366-1958. 4 BR / 2 BA Central htr & A/C overlooking pond. $625.00 + Deposit. Call RE/MAX Carriage Realty 252-430-6060

If you miss your paper,

PLEASE CALL before 11:00 am — 436-2800

The Rogers Group 252-492-9385 RENT-TO-OWN. 6BR, 2BA. Needs TLC. $1000 down, $525/mo. 602 Rowland St. 252-430-3777. Small 3BR in good Oxford neighborhood. $750/mo. includes yard maint. Ref. & dep. req’d. 919-693-3222.

Manufactured Homes For Rent 3BR, 2BA SW in 4 unit park in Kittrell. $500/ mo incl. lot rent. $500 sec. dep. 252-430-9596 Now taking applications for 2 BR SW. Sorry, no pets. Apply at 57 Vincent Hoyle Rd. 252-492-2809

Business Property For Rent 14,000 sq. ft. warehouse w/offices, bathrooms, alarm, sprinkler, 17ft. ceilings. $1050/ mo. 252-213-0537. Beauty salon, offices, retail, whse/dist $300 & up. Call us for a deal! 252-492-8777. Office or retail space 600 sq.ft., 800 sq.ft., 1500 sq.ft., 1600 sq.ft. 2400 sq.ft. 3750 sq.ft & 5000 sq.ft. CROSSROADS SHOPPING CENTER Call 252-492-0185

Land For Sale 2 Acres, only $13,990 Close to Kerr Lake Manufactured OK 919-693-8984; Pics:

Homes For Sale *** HUD HOMES *** 4BR, 2BA. Only $22.900! For listings, 800-749-8106 Ext 1775

HOME DELIVERY for less than a cup of coffee about .38¢ per day. Sundays just .96¢

Homes For Sale CREDIT REPAIR Lic., Bond., Cert. Start with only $99 252-738-0282

For lease or sale. 4BR, 3.5BA. 3990 sq.ft. 2 story w/basement & deck. 252-430-7244 or 919-667-7519. Homes & MHs. Lease option to owner finance. As low as $47,900. $2000 dn. $495/mo. 2, 3 & 4BR. 252-492-8777 Just Restored/Rented Quiet, Cute Frame Home Franklinton, $59,990 Owner: 919-693-8984

Manufactured Homes For Sale MOVE IN TODAY!

3BR, 2BA singlewide on 1 acre of land. Ready to move in! 336-597-5539.

2 like new SWs 14x76. Cash only! I also buy SWs. Bobby Faulkner 252-438-8758 or 252-432-2035 Custom ordered DW. Built with wrong color carpet. Discounted $8000. 919-570-6166

Handyman Special $8995 Delivered. Won’t Last! 919-556-4103.

Boats For Sale

Autos For Sale

1988 Bayliner 16ft. fishing/ski boat w/trailer. Good condition. $2000. 252-430-7327 or 252226-4241

1984 Mercedes-Benz 300 TD, Blue, up to 39 MPG,Classic, Good Condition. $1,700 OBO 919-693-4787

CREST PONTOON HEADQUARTERS Satterwhite Point Marina on Kerr Lake Great service, selection & prices. New & Used Pontoon Boats. Open Tuesday thru Sunday! 252-430-1300.

1991 Mustang 5.0 LX Red Convertible w/white top & white int. automatic & AC. 76K mi. Asking $4995. 919-495-7083 or 919-603-0577

Owner Finance. 3BR, 2BA. New carpet, paint, eat-in kit., lux. bath. Pmts. as low as $500/mo. Last one left! 919-332-1050.

Lots For Sale Lot For Sale @ Lake Gaston. Water Acces, Mobile Homes Permitted. County water, Sepic tank, electrical service on lot. 252-257-3149

Farm Equipment

Manufactured Homes For Sale

Boats For Sale (2) 1989 Sea Flash jet skis w/double trailer. Suzuki engines. 50HP. 1 engine rebuilt. Spare engine for other. Runs good. $1600 Firm for both. 252-492-7450.


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1994 Jeep Laredo Black w/ tan interior 88,000 miles on motor. $2500 OBO 252-915-7387

2005 Tracker Grizzly 17.5ft. w/25HP Mercury motor, trolling motor, depth finder & trailer. Less than 100 hrs. use. $4800 neg. 252-492-2990 anytime

1998 Toyota Camry. $800. * Buy Police Impounds * For Listings, 800-749-8104 Ext 4148

Trucks & Trailers For Sale

Company Logo

Wanted to Buy

Used Farm Equipment & Tractors 919-603-7211

1974 Chevrolet welding truck w/pipe Lincoln welder. 350 engine w/ chrome wheels. $3000. 252-456-5123 or 252767-3788. 2000 White Extended Cab Silverado Fully Loaded, 40,000 Orginal miles. Attached Chrome Tool Box $8,500 OBO. Great Condition. 252-438-2990


Now you can add your company logo to your one column ads/no border ads and get noticed quicker! Call your sales representative or 252-436-2810

Vans 1986 Ford Econline Van Great Condition & 130 Farmall Tractor Call 252-915-0155 or 252257-4953

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The Daily Dispatch - Friday, August 14, 2009  

Newspaper covering Vance, Granville and Warren counties in North Carolina