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Defense attorney claims victims made up allegations By MARTIN FISHER Daily Dispatch Writer

Vance Superior Court Presiding Judge Ronald Stephens lowered bond Wednesday in the 12-felony child rape case against Keon C. Catlette, 19, of Buchanan Road, Manson, provided he obey a strict 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew and have absolutely no contact with the child victims. As of late Thursday, Catlette family members were searching for means to meet an $800 cash deposit on a 10-percent security payment in the $10,000 bond set by Stephens, down from $250,000 set earlier. Stephens heard arguments for and against reducing bond from Catlette’s attorney, David R. Waters, and Vance District Attorney Sam Currin. Waters said one wrinkle in the case is that it is part of an ongoing investigation involving a second man whom he named. “The (older) victim has a sexually transmitted disease, chlamydia,” Waters said. Catlette “does not have that or other STDs tested,” he added. “The children made up the allegations against this defendant.” Currin countered that case investigation history establishes a consisPlease see BOND, page 3A




Brian Short, director of Vance County Emergency Management, walks through a group of downed trees in a yard off Mabry Mill Road Thursday afternoon. A severe storm moved through the area Wednesday night spawning a small tornado that touched down in the Satterwhite Point Road and Mabry Mill Road area. By MARTIN FISHER Daily Dispatch Writer

Vance was one of four counties struck by tornados in North Carolina Wednesday, the National Weather Service in Raleigh confirmed Thursday night. Preliminary findings indicated weak, EF0 tornados, in other words, below categoryone sized tornado strikes, in Granville, Vance and Orange counties, and a categoryone tornado down in Person County; it was just above the 86-miles-per-hour wind rate that distinguishes a categoryone. The tornados and storm surge did not do serious structure damage beyond previously reported awning and roof damages to a Middleburg convenience store and a tree down on a pick-up truck on Satterwhite

Point Road. Senior Warning Coordination Meteorologist Jeff Orrock led a weather service survey team on Thursday viewing tornado damage in Vance County along Satterwhite Point and Mabry Mill Roads near Middleburg. With him was Vance County Emergency Management Director Brian Short, who said the picture in the morning was much clearer than Wednesday night as the storms abated in the darkness. “There is quite a bit more damage being found today, which came to light with the brightness of morning,” he said. “To me, there is now clear indication of a tornado touch-down in the Satterwhite Point area.” He said he would still await official word from the survey Please see STORM, page 6A

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The leading edge of Wednesday night’s tornado producing storm makes its way just over the horizon in this shot from Strawberry Lane looking west near Kerr Lake County Club just after 6:30 p.m.


Leaf collection set to begin Roger Reed, a landscaper with Grassmasters, blows leaves out of the street on Burwell Avenue recently and into a pile for collection by the City of Henderson Public Works Department. City crews will begin loose leaf collection next week. A few rules should be observed, according to a press release issued Wednesday. Loose leaves should be free of sticks, pine cones, rocks and trash. Leaves should be raked on the shoulder or curb, not in the street, ditches or storm drains. Bagged leaves must be in clear bags and piled at the curb. Leaf crews will collect leaves on a two-week rotation, depending on weather. Any questions can be directed to the department at (252) 4316115.

By MEGAN REAVIS Daily Dispatch Writer

Contributions from individuals served as the leading source of funding for candidates in the State Senate, District 7, race. According to campaign finance reports filed by incumbent Sen. Douglas E. Berger and challenger Michael Schriver, individual contributions account for nearly $122,500 between the two candidates. The reports, filed with the North Carolina Board of Elections, cover a reporting period from Jan. 1 to Oct. 25. Berger, a Democrat, received $51,558.93 in contributions from individuals along with $375 in aggregated contributions from individuals, which is comprised of individuals who contribute $50 or less. Some of Berger’s largest individual Please see FINANCIALS, page 3A

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Panel OKs plan for high school courts By MEGAN REAVIS Daily Dispatch Writer

Northern and Southern Vance tennis teams may not have to travel to Fox Pond Park for home games and practices in the future, giving them a true home court advantage. The school board’s building and grounds committee developed a basic plan on Thursday for the development of tennis courts at each high school. Claiborne Woods, director of Maintenance for Vance County Schools, said the plan consists of six tennis courts that will be fenced and have lighting options. The idea is scheduled to be presented to the Vance County Board of Education during its November meeting. Please see TENNIS, page 6A





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Weight loss group — TOWN (Take Off Weight Now), a non-profit weight loss group, will meet at Aycock Recreation Center at 11:30 a.m. Trick or treat —Merchants in downtown Henderson invite children 12 and under to trick or treat from 4-5:30 p.m. Participating merchants will have orange signs in their windows. Ridgeway Opry House — The Straightway Band in concert. Doors open at 6 p.m. Music starts at 7 p.m. Play auditions — The Vance County Arts Council will hold auditions for the Christmas play “O Little Town of Bethlehem” from 5-6:30 p.m. at the council’s art gallery, 233 S. Garnett St.

Saturday Trick or treat — The City of Henderson has designated that Halloween trick or treating be held from 6-9 p.m. Children under the age of 11 years are permitted to participate in trick-or-treat activities. 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 7 a.m. to noon. Vance County Farmers’ market — The Vance County Farmers’ Market is open from 8 a.m. to noon. The market is located at the intersection of William and Arch streets in downtown Henderson. Vendors interested in selling at the market should contact Wayne Rowland at (252) 438-8188. Warren County Farmers’ Market — The Warren County Growers Association Farmers’ Market, located in the Warrenton BB&T parking lot, is open from 8 a.m. to noon. Dee’s Music Barn — Dee’s Music Barn, 3101 Walters Road, Creedmoor, will be featuring James Poteat with The Ace In The Hole Band at 7 p.m. For more information, call (919) 528-5878. Trick or treat — The Kerr Lake Firefighter’s Association will host trick-or-treat activities at the Vance County Fire and EMS’ Kerr Lake Station, 5021 Satterwhite Point Road, Henderson from 5-8 p.m. Children and parents are invited to come by and show off their costumes and tour the fire station. Ridgeway Opry House — Special show by Wade Schuster featuring Pete Smith on the dobro. Also performing are Alan & Betsy Reid, Julia Morton, Donnie Gillam, Joyce Chisenhall, Evelena Norwood, Richard Minor, Johnny Pitchford, Hank Collier, Jackie Turner, Earl West, Clarence Finch and Jimmy Bridges. Doors open at 6 p.m. Music starts at 7 p.m. Upcoming shows: Nov. 7, Old Time Gospel Sing featuring Wade Schuster, Melvin Evans, John Osborne and others.

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Granville Health System Foundation planning annual art gala on Nov. 6 The Granville Health System Foundation will hold its second annual art gala on Nov. 6 at the Henderson Country Club. The “Everything About Art” gala will feature over 50 auction items, including visual, culinary, fabric, horticultural and performing art, as well as custom handmade jewelry and other art forms. Each item showcases the talent and craftsmanship of artists associated with the Granville community. The event kicks off at 6 p.m. with music by the F. O. Finch III Jazz Quartet, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and a silent auction. A total of 20 donated items will be on the silent auction block, including framed paintings by well-known area artists, custom handmade necklaces, themed holiday wreaths, stoneware, and lunch for two at the N.C. Museum of Art’s Iris Café. A Bob Timberlake framed print and a set of sauce dishes made by the late Sid Oakley headline the six items in the Chinese raffle. Following dinner, several big ticket items will be part of an exciting live auction, including a New York City trip package, an Umstead

Hotel and Spa package, a getaway weekend at Wrightsville Beach, a gourmet sampling experience for six, a crystalline lamp by the late Sid Oakley, a package including a serving plate from internationally renowned potter Val Cushing, a culinary class at A Southern Season in Chapel Hill, and a hand-blown vase by Lisa Oakley. Gary Bowman, chairman of the foundation, said the annual gala is the biggest fundraiser for the foundation in terms of the number of people involved and money raised for a single event. “Like all of our fundraisers, we use the money raised from the gala to support the work of Granville Health System. This year, proceeds from the gala will support the upcoming expansion plan,” he said. The expansion plan, an ambitious 32,000-square-foot construction project, is the largest in the health system’s history. It includes a new Emergency Department that will grow from 3,135 to 18,000 square feet; an expanded Surgical Services area; a larger Laboratory Department; a new, larger lobby and admissions area; and additional

patient and visitor parking. Construction is scheduled to begin in January. “Those who attend the art gala will be treated to a wonderful evening of dinner and entertainment,” said L. Lee Isley, chief executive officer for Granville Health System. “In return, their financial contributions will benefit the hospital by helping to increase its capacity to meet the community’s growing demand for health care services.” Planners for the event include Dr. Joanne Fruth, chairman; Carolyn Blackwell; Kim Bufkin; Darcy Drake; Georgeen Ertischek; Cindy Fink; Janet Gruchacz; Donna Spears; Chotsey Winborne and Martha Wrenn. Advance registration is required. For more information on the gala, to view auction items, to download a ticket order form, or to order tickets online, go to www.ghsFoundation. org or Those interested in attending may also contact Janet Herzberg, community relations director, at (919) 690-2148 or via e-mail at

Emergency nurses recognized by Granville Health System Granville Health System recently celebrated Emergency Nurses Week, which honors emergency nurses in the United States and around the world for their dedication. This year’s theme was “Emergency Nurses…Making a Difference Every Day,” which embodied the compassion, skills and commitment of these nurses.

Monday Planning board — The City of Henderson’s Planning Board will meet at 3:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 134 Rose Ave. Granville school board — The Granville County Board of Education will meet in regular session at 6 p.m. at the Board of Education Administrative Offices, 101 Delacroix St., Oxford.

Tuesday Zoning board — The City of Henderson’s Zoning Board of Adjustment will meet at 3:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 134 Rose Ave. Landscaping project — The Henderson Community Appearance Commission will be landscaping around City Hall on Rose Avenue from 9 a.m. to noon. All tools and plants will be provided and volunteers are welcome.

Wednesday Free health screenings — Free health screenings will be provided from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Maria Parham Medical Center, 566 Ruin Creek Road. Screenings will include cholesterol, blood glucose, blood pressure, body mass index, bone density and visual field. Educational materials and refreshments will also be provided. The event is sponsored by the N.C. Farm Bureau’s “Healthy Living For A Lifetime” initiative. Forest workshop/field day — Forest landowners are invited to attend a forestry workshop and field day at the Warren County Armory Civic Center. The doors open at 9 a.m. and the program will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The event is designed to educate landowners on the basics of timber management and sales, from planting to final harvest. Participants will receive expert advice during morning seminars, followed by a sponsored lunch and afternoon field tours. There is no charge, but pre-registration is required. The workshop is a collaboration of local natural resource agencies. For more information, e-mail or call 257-3640. Clean-up Henderson — The Clean-up Henderson Committee will meet at 8 a.m. at the City Operations Center, 900 S. Beckford Drive. Redevelopment commission — The City of Henderson’s Redevelopment Commission will meet at 10 a.m. in the City Council Chambers, 134 Rose Ave. Wednesday Farmer’s market — The Wednesday Farmer’s Market, located near the track behind the Henderson Family YMCA, 380 Ruin Creek Road, is open from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. selling local produce. The market is sponsored by the YMCA, the Vance County Cooperative Extension Service and Maria Parham Medical Center. Venders interested in selling at the market should contact Wayne Rowland at 438-8188. Littleton Woman’s Club — The Littleton Woman’s Club will hold its annual luncheon and bazaar at the Littleton Lion’s Club building from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tickets are $7.50 and the items will include chicken salad, country ham biscuits, desserts and more. For tickets, call Judith Forrest, (252) 5862181. Joint replacement surgery class — Rehabilitation Services at Maria Parham Medical Center is offering a free before-surgery class for those who have elected to have joint replacement surgery. The class will be held from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the classroom at the hospital and is offered to anyone who has elected to have shoulder, knee or hip replacement surgery, even if the surgery is performed at another hospital. For more information, call Ben Soyden at (252) 436-1235.

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Clarksville Halloween film festival to support theater renovation The Clarksville Fine Arts Center’s Renovation Committee is presenting two evenings of films today and Saturday in celebration of Halloween and as a fundraiser for the renovation of the theater. Adult movies will be shown at 9:30 p.m., with family films at 7 p.m. both evenings. Throughout the theater, attendants will be in costumes selling tickets, ushering and selling concessions. The public is invited to come in costume as well. Tickets are $5. Tonight at 9:30, “Rocky Horror Picture Show” will be shown. The film is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year and

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contributors include Gene Minton with $4,000 and Boyd Sturges with $3,500. Berger has received $35,950 in contributions from political party committees since Jan. 1. His top two political party donors are the Employee Political Action Committee, which gave Berger $8,000, and the North Carolina Advocates for Justice which donated $6,000. He also received $4,943.81 worth of in-kind (non-cash) contributions. Berger reports beginning his campaign on Jan. 1 with $680.63. He spent $46,386.76 on his campaign, with $31,488.71 going to operating expenses. Berger gave $25,050 to the North Carolina Democratic Senate Caucus during the reporting period. He reports having $42,209.64 on hand as of Monday. Schriver, a Republican,


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received $65,169 in contributions from individuals in addition to $5,388 in aggregated Crawford contributions. His main supporters include Linda Aycock with $2,920, Phillip Rice with $2,200 and J. Harris, $2,112. Political party committees donated $13,569.76 to Schriver’s campaign. The North Carolina Republican Senate Committee was his largest contributor with $7,700.12. Schriver received $25,907.17 worth of in-kind contributions. He reports having no cash on hand at the beginning of the election cycle. Schriver has spent $78,055.24 during the election campaign, with $51,985.38 in operating expenses. As of Monday, he reported having $6,071.52 on hand. In the State House, District 32, race, incumbent

Democrat Rep. Jim Crawford raised far more money than his Libertairan challenger, Howe Barbara Howe. Crawford reported $112,408.42, while Howe raised $507. Crawford received $16,880 in contributions from individuals. His largest contributor was Patricia Rexford, who donated $500. Contributions from political committees total $88,700 for the year. Progress Energy Employees’ Carolinas PAC gave Crawford $5,000 and the North Carolina Small Business PAC of Independent Insurance Agents donated $4,000. Crawford also had several contributors who gave $2,000. Crawford reported no in-kind contributions. At the beginning of the year, Crawford had $170,170.15 on hand. He has spent $91,320.34

during the election campaign, using $29,748.91 for operating expenses. Crawford gave $58,371.43 in contributions to other candidates. This includes $8,000 to the Beverly Earle campaign and $4,000 each to the Randy Steward campaign, the Van Braxton campaign, the Dewey Hill campaign, the William Brisson campaign, the Arthur Williams campaign, and the Rep. Jimmy Love campaign. Crawford also gave $500 to the Granville County Democratic Party and $3,000 to the Vance County Democratic Party. He reported having $191,258.23 on hand as of Monday. The $507 Howe raised came from individual contributions. She reports receiving $207 worth of inkind contributions. Howe has spent $219 on her campaign and reported having $288 on hand as of Monday.

tims in the case waffled on their statements, taking back what they said during the earlier investigation. “There was a recantation by the child,” Currin agreed. “The children were afraid. There were consequences to themselves for statements they made.” Waters said part of the defense of the case would require a funded investigation due to at least one other named individual and possible offenses that occurred in the victims’ home. Stephens agreed to allow Waters to hire Criminal Defense Investigator Michael D. Grissom on a $2,500 budget for the case. Currin said the Department of Social Services probed circumstances that the victims were under at home, and numerous complications that caused their reluctance to face their issues. “There had been prior reports of abuse and neglect in the home,” Currin said. Social Service case workers interviewed numerous individuals on several matters focused on the home where the victims had been, Currin added.

The victims in the case are now away from their parents’ home, and the Buchanan Road neighborhood altogether, in undisclosed locations where they are staying in foster care homes. Stephens expressed concern that the victim girls’ parents are not seeking to be involved with them or the case. “It is my understanding that the parents have made no attempt to contact you,” he said. He was also concerned about the defendant’s condition in jail. “I take it this case would not likely be tried before the spring of next year,” he added. Waters said the victims are safely away from the neighborhood so there is little or no opportunity for contact between Catlette and either one of them,

and Catlette would be safe with his mother. “Make sure you stay out of trouble,” Stephens said to Catlette. Currin said precautions should be placed in Catlette’s case. “Given his age,” he said. “Given the seriousness of the charges, would the court consider additional conditions for this bond,” adding he saw a strict curfew as appropriate. “I will make a restriction that he reside with his parents and that he not be away from his residence between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.,” Stephens said. The case is continued to a Nov. 30 Case Management System hearing week on further motions or plea offers.

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tency and credibility of statements that the victims and Catlette made to police early in the investigation and when reinterviewed more recently, and Catlette had been properly informed of his constitutional Miranda rights. “The defendant had sexual relations with a 12-year-old child and sexual intercourse with a nine-year-old child,” Currin said. The 12-year-old “initiated the sexual activity. The 9-year-old came into the room at one point, and the defendant began to have sexual intercourse with her.” Currin said the victims were truthful when asked about details and circumstances. “A witness saw the sexual activity,” Currin added. Waters said Catlette might not be able to understand a typical police run-down of a Miranda warning, or the consequences of making statements that satisfy someone’s expectations of what he should say. “He is a student in a special education program,” Waters said, adding “he made statements to police (while under) interrogation...then he was immediately arrested and placed in jail on an extremely high bond.” Waters added the vic-

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ATLANTA — Mrs. Ann Adams Satterwhite, 74, passed away on October 27, 2010, in Atlanta, Ga. She grew up in Henderson, N.C., and spent most of her life in Raleigh, N.C., where she served as a nurse. Mrs. Satterwhite is

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Essie M. Burchette HENDERSON — Essie M. Burchette, 88, of Henderson, formerly of Warren County, died Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010, at Britthaven Nursing Center in Henderson. Funeral services will be announced later by Boyd’s Funeral Services of Warrenton.

Bettie S. Hawkins HENDERSON — Bettie Ruth Southerland Hawkins, 76, of 516 High St., died Saturday, Oct. 23, 2010, in Maria Parham Medical Center. She was born in Penns Grove, N.J., and was the daughter of the late Archie W. and Louise Allen Southerland. She worked for the former Perfect Pack Pickle Company for 25 years and Franklin, Vance and Warren for two years. She was a home daycare provider for 35 years. At an early age, she joined Spring Street Baptist Church where she was a member of the choir and served as a missionary. She sang with the family group, “Southerland Family Singers.” Later, she joined St. James Missionary Baptist Church where she sang in the choir. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday in Divine Habitation Ministries by Pastor Joann Allen. Burial will follow in St. James Baptist Church cemetery. Survivors include four

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Mr. Vaughan was a painter. He attended City Road United Methodist Church. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Sunset Gardens, conducted by Jimmy Adams. Surviving, in addition to his parents, are his daughter, Jennifer Vaughan Radford of Henderson; three sisters, Scarlette V. Newton, Tammy V. Pendergrass and Karen Vaughan, all of Henderson; two brothers, Michael Vaughan of Four Oaks and Jeffrey Huff of Maryland; and a grandson. The family will receive friends at the cemetery immediately following the service. All other times, they will be at the home of Terry D. Boone, 213 N. Clark St., Henderson. Arrangements are by Flowers Funeral Home.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Stage and screen actor James MacArthur, who played “Danno” in the original version of television’s “Hawaii Five-0,” died Thursday at age 72. MacArthur’s agent, Richard Lewis, said the actor died in Florida of “natural

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ALBANY, N.Y. — Roosevelt Jefferson, 71, a native of Vance County, died Friday, Oct. 22, 2010, in Albany, N.Y. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Davis-Royster Funeral Service.

Hugh F. Vaughan HENDERSON — Hugh Freeman Vaughan, 49, of 213 N. Clark St., Henderson, died Thursday, Oct. 28, 2010, at Maria Parham Medical Center. Born in Vance County, he was the son of Hugh Macon Vaughan, of Oxford, and Tracy Ann Rogers Parrish, of Henderson.


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OXFORD — Hallie Peace Braswell, a resident of 3647A Cannady Mill Road, died Thursday, Oct. 28, 2010, at her home. Arrangements are by Wright Funeral Home.

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After 13 days of early voting, 5,504 ballots have been cast. According to Faye Gill, Vance County director of elections, 306 voted Thursday at the Board of Elections Office, 300 South Garnett St., and 226 at the Operations Center, 900 Beckford Drive. Only two days remain for early voting. Both centers will be open today from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

VALE (AP) — The National Weather Service says the storm that ripped through a North Carolina town and hurt at least 11 people was a tornado. The weather service said Thursday the twister that ripped through a three-mile stretch of Lincoln County near Vale packed winds up to 135 miles an hour. The tornado touched down Tuesday evening and carved a path up to 200 yards wide. At least 11 people were hurt and several homes suffered major damage to roofs and exterior walls. The weather service says one home was moved off its foundation nearly 20 feet and an upstairs room was ripped out. A second tornado with winds up to 110 mph touched down in the Catawba County town of Claremont the same night. No injuries were reported, but several homes and businesses were damaged.

Businesses asked to participate in job fair for vets In observance of November as Hire-A-Vet month, the Employment Security Commission, Vance-Granville Community College and area veterans organizations are sponsoring their third Veteran Career Fair. Businesses are invited to participate and meet potential employees, discuss job openings and interview candidates. The fair is set for Nov. 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the VGCC Civic Center. Today is the deadline to reserve a space. For information, call (252) 438-6120, ext. 204 for Gary Blue or ext. 219 for Jacques Hawkins.

Careening truck kills worker mowing median FAYETTEVILLE (AP) — A highway worker has been killed after a tractortrailer careened into two safety vehicles along Interstate 95 in North Carolina before crushing a tractor mowing the median.

that what’s known as the pumpkin roll began Thursday morning just after midnight but was brought to an early end by police about 45 minutes later. Officers said there were too many hillside collisions and minor injuries this year. One student told the television station her leg got caught between three sleds.

The Fayetteville Observer reported the truck scraped two parked vehicles warning about a lane closed to protect workers ahead. The Highway Patrol says the truck then rearended the mowing tractor just north of Fayetteville, killing the worker just before noon Wednesday. Mower driver John Glenn McLean of Erwin was one of several family members working for a company with a contract to cut grass for the state Department of Transportation. Tractor-trailer driver Luis Valdes of Lehigh Acres, Fla., was taken to a hospital for treatment. Trooper Greg Steffens says the wreck is under investigation.

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Injuries cut short Ohio pumpkin smash-and-slide CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio (AP) — Safety concerns cut short an annual pumpkin smash-and-slide staged by students at an Ohio high school. In a tradition going back to 1969, juniors and seniors from Chagrin Falls High School near Cleveland take pumpkins to the top of a hilly street, smash them on the pavement and use the mess to slide down on sleds or trash can lids. WEWS-TV reports


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SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A parked Spokane Fire Department engine with nobody at the wheel rolled into a home where firefighters were making an aid call. Fire Chief Bobby Williams says the truck had been parked about 100 yards from the home Wednesday night. Shortly after medics walked inside, they heard the crash. KXLY-TV reports the engine knocked down porch supports and punched a hole in the living room wall. No one was hurt. Investigators are trying to figure out how the runaway truck made the trip down the street, over a curb and hit the home.


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FROM PAGE 1A team, which arrived just past noon from viewing tornado damage on location in Person and Granville counties. “They said that they had already seen evidence of the tornados on radar,” Short said. Orrock said the tornado strike points in Granville County had been small, from comparatively weak tornados, but added the feeling would not seem at all weak to anyone who went through it. “They were narrow, small tornados, about 8085 miles-per-hour winds in Granville,” Orrock said. “The patterns here look very similar.” He added that signs of snapped limbs high in trees near pushed-over trees lower down gave him a distinction between tornado activity and straightline wind-surge damage. “These have been very narrow cuts, what we call swaths,” he said. “In a down burst, there is a spread pattern, a wider pattern.” Forecast Meteorologist Ron Humble, on the Raleigh survey team, said the strong pine scent from broken wood was an indication of how much tree damage had occurred, and he noted several points of roadway guardrail damage on Mabry Mill. The tornado activity was affected by the rolling landscape of hills and gullies, contributing to tornado “skipping.” “Smaller

tornados will do that, especially when they are weaker, below category one,” Humble said. The way branches and trees displayed damage “just says the system just went right over the top of this gully.” “In Roxboro, we believe we had a low-end EF1 tornado touch-down,” Orrock said. “When you get to a category one, you are going to see some structure damage to any building nearby or in the path.” Houses very near the path of Wednesday night’s tornado touch downs in the Midddleburg area did report light damages, and several precariously leaning trees prompted one family to stay at least one night elsewhere. Brad Satterwhite said the tornado struck through his household property just minutes after he and his wife returned home from dinner at a restaurant in town. “This came down right across our driveway,” he said about a tree still down and blocking the way to his garage. “It could have really gotten us if we were a few minutes later.” He said they had gone inside, and he heard what he thought he recognized as a low-flying jet, but his wife had turned on the TV and said there was a tornado warning. “It didn’t even last maybe 30 seconds and it was over,” Satterwhite said. “Boy, though, was it strong. It was like someone was out there throwing bricks at our house.

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FROM PAGE 1A If passed, the plan will go before the Vance County Board of Commissioners for final approval and funding to start up the project. Woods said the project is in too early a stage to estimate its cost. “We could survive without lights,” Woods said referring to costs. Cost has been the main obstacle that kept the project from moving forward years ago, according to Tommy Riddle. Riddle, a former Vance County school board member, has helped lead the movement to build tennis courts at Northern and Southern. Riddle notes scheduling conflicts, safety

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Missing girl’s father out of jail NEWTON (AP) — The father of a missing North Carolina girl is free after posting bond on charges unrelated to his daughter’s disappearance. Adam Baker, 33, arranged for a bondsman to post his $7,000 bail, Catawba County Sheriff Chief Deputy Coy Reid said Thursday. Baker was Baker arrested Monday on charges of assault with a deadly weapon, failure to return rental property, writing worthless checks and other charges. Hours before Baker’s release Wednesday eve-

ning, police announced that searchers found a prosthetic leg they think could be the one worn by 10-yearold cancer survivor Zahra Baker. She was fitted with an artificial leg after losing hers to bone cancer. Zahra’s father reported her missing Oct. 9. Authorities think she is dead. Searchers found the leg at a home where Zahra’s stepmother once lived, Hickory Police Maj. Clyde Deal said. The prosthetic leg was discovered Tuesday afternoon near some brush in Caldwell County near the home. Authorities on Tuesday took Elisa Baker to a home where she once lived and Deal said she was cooperating after being jailed since the weekend her stepdaughter was reported missing.

Deal also said a mattress found by workers at a Caldwell County landfill would be tested for DNA evidence. Adam and Elisa Baker told police they had last seen Zahra in her bed at their home in Hickory. But police don’t believe them. Investigators said Zahra may have been alive when the family moved to a new home in North Carolina in mid-September, but they’ve had trouble finding anyone else who has seen her in recent months. Elisa Baker, 42, has been charged with obstruction of justice. Police said she acknowledged writing a bogus ransom note found at the scene of a fire in the family’s back yard on the day her stepdaughter was reported missing.

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RALEIGH (AP) — The North Carolina Republican Party is threatening to sue the State Board of Elections over problems with touch-screen machines. Elections board deputy

director Johnnie McLean said Thursday officials have only heard of a handful of problems in New Hanover and Craven Counties. Those were corrected on the first couple of days of early voting and inconvenienced about a dozen voters. But Republican Party officials claim in a letter to the elections board that they have heard of prob-

lems in other counties, including Mecklenburg, Cumberland and Forsyth counties. The party is demanding that elections officials provide notice to all voters about problems, to preserve all data and to track all complaints. The GOP believes the machines have a default setting that benefits Democrats. McLean said that is not true.


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Daily Meditation If any [man] come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple. And whosoever doth not bear his cross, and come after me, cannot be my disciple. Luke 14:26-27

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Letters, letters and more letters: no such thing as too many In case you didn’t notice, quite a few letters to the editor have been published on this page today and in the past few weeks — elections always generate tons of letters. It’s great to see readers expressing their opinions this way and we hope they will continue to do so. Several readers have called asking why certain letters to the editor hadn’t been published. Some have accused us of keeping letters critical of certain candidates out of the newspaper. That’s certainly not the case, but the comments provide a good opportunity to remind readers about our letterwriting policy. First and foremost, all letters must have a signature, a city of residence and a phone number so the letter writer’s identity can be verified. Without a phone number and a signature, we have no idea who really authored the letter. In the past few weeks, as many as three submitted letters appear to have been forged. All three were critical of the same candidate and all three listed authors who claim they did not write those letters. It’s a shame anyone would resort to writing letters with names and telephone numbers of other people. If you have an opinion that you’re not willing to put your name on, this page is not the place for you. A few letters were just mean-spirited or full of personal attacks that had no relevancy to the election. If you have a personal problem with anyone, candidate or not, a letter to the editor is not the place to address that. A phone call to that person might be more effective. Some letters contained libelous material or material that couldn’t be verified. If a letter writer accuses someone of a crime or other unsavory behavior and we can’t verify, those letters will not be published. Some letters are simply too long to publish. As a general rule, all letters must be 300 words or less. Occasionally, letters are allowed to go longer, but not much. A few letters in support of local candidates have been as long as 800 words. When that happens, letter writers are always given an opportunity to shorten their work. Some simply choose not to, so those letters aren’t published. None of these measures are implemented to silence anyone or to chill free speech. They are simply necessary in order for this opinion page to remain a responsible and relevant public forum. We believe that giving the public a place to express their opinions is one of the most important jobs we have as a newspaper. If this page were full of nothing but your letters every day, we would be thrilled. So keep those letters coming. They can be submitted by e-mail at letters@, by fax at (252) 430-0125, by mail at P.O. Box 908, through our website at, or simply dropped off at the office, 304 S. Chestnut Street.

Friday, October 29, 2010

Your opinion White for sheriff We, as citizens of the County of Vance and the City of Henderson, have the pleasure and freedom to voice our opinion by going to the polls and voting on Election Day. This being a mid-term election, we still must get out and vote. During this mid-term election, you, as citizens, have the choice to send back to the office of sheriff of Vance County Peter White. I have had the pleasure and honor of knowing Sheriff White for the past 26 years and you will not find a more honest, sincere and dedicated person. Being a captain in his department, there’s nobody else that is always there when and if you need him. So, you see, Sheriff White is a working man’s sheriff. When he ran four years ago and I was chair of the Democratic Party, I knew we had a winner. So now that early voting has started, there is no reason why you should not go to the polls and vote for the honorable Sheriff White to keep him for another four years. I always say if it ain’t broke leave it alone. So if you want a man with 35 years experience who is fair and honest then reelect Sheriff White Nov. 2. Thank you and God bless this great nation. James Baines former chair of the Vance Democratic Party

Hester not right for the job Back in April in The Daily Dispatch, candidate Thomas Hester expounded on why we should give him another chance as a county commissioner. When asked how he can help the county in the future, Hester said, “I can’t offer specifics.” That’s political speak for “You’ll have to elect me to find out,” and sounds alarmingly like liberal Democrat Nancy Pelosi’s infamous comment regarding Obamacare, that the voters will only learn what’s in the bill after Congress passes it. Odd how the best candidate the Vance County Republican Party has to offer in District 7, when asked a very serious question about his plan for the future, channeled Nancy Pelosi, soon to be former House speaker. Makes you wonder. Are there real Republicans in the Vance County GOP, or are they merely Democrats who just can’t lower themselves to meet or be seen with rank and file Democrats in the Vance County Democratic Party? Maybe Hester, the Vance County GOP, and the Democrats who have endorsed him could do the honest thing and start the Country Club Party. In the same article, Hester intimated that he lost the 2006 election because of his altruism. He was busy recruiting a business to the industrial park. I guess all that phone time, along with months of helping little old ladies across the street took up so much of his time that he couldn’t campaign. Again channeling a famous Democrat, Barack Obama. He shifted blame for his defeat to the voters, claiming that not everybody knew how much he cared and tried to make things better and that more people should vote. Funny he didn’t mention his four absolutely ineffective years on the commission. Actions truly do speak louder than words. Could it be that District 7 voters replaced him because of his poor performance as a commissioner? Nancy Saunders Vance County

We deserve better than Hester In the candidate forum on Oct. 17, Tommy Hester mentioned a business that recently tried to locate in the northern part of the county. He said that if this were to happen under his watch, he would ask Deborah Brown if she wanted the business in her district. If she did not want the economic growth and jobs, he would help her by voting “no” so that she would help him later with something he needs in his district. From the long list of things troubling about Hester’s statement, two jump right out. First, it’s not up to Deborah Brown to decide what businesses locate in her district. Her district is not a monarchy. Second, the quid pro quo, mutual backscratching Hester describes is the same special-interest, back-room dealing that has made Henderson and Vance County laughing stocks around the state. Mr. Hester, what about doing right for Vance County? What about doing what is legal? What about saying no to the same political mess that has characterized our descent into the economic and social abyss during the past 20 years? You have said repeatedly that your goal as a commissioner would be jobs, jobs and more jobs. But in this case, you say you would sacrifice decent paying jobs and solid economic benefits for political favors and back-room shenanigans. Apparently, politics and power are

much more important to Mr. Hester than jobs and economic growth. Bad form, Mr. Hester. We need and deserve better. Tim McAllister Vance County

Pulley for sheriff I have watched my brother for years as he progressed through his long career as a Henderson PD rookie to a lieutenant in charge of the detective division and he also served as commander of the selective drug enforcement unit. He earned the respect and admiration of all his officers and I dare say most of them would have laid down their lives for him. He was a friend and a protector to the citizens of Henderson for 28 years. He has spent all those years preparing himself to serve you, the people of Vance County, as the best sheriff you will ever have. He has the vision and plans to start cleaning up drugs and crime in our county. Please don’t let anyone tell you to vote a straight ticket. Vote for Charles Pulley and give him the chance to put his plans in action. He needs your help and you need him. Thanks for listening to me and may God bless you. Patricia Pulley Harris Henderson

given opportunities to succeed personally and professionally. Although Henderson and Vance County have changed over the years, they can continue to be a kind and supportive community where all citizens have the opportunity to succeed personally and professionally; however, this will take serious work by serious people. Tommy Hester is one such serious person willing to do the necessary work to improve Henderson and Vance County. Most of you know Tommy only as a businessman; however, I have known Tommy for more than 35 years as a client, business partner and most importantly as a friend. His love for our hometown and his belief that he can make a difference have resulted in his offering himself as a candidate for the county commissioner’s seat in District 7. As a successful businessman who has actually created jobs, Tommy has the experience necessary to assist in attracting the employment opportunities so badly needed in Vance County. In my opinion he served us well in his first term and given the opportunity, he will serve us well again. Finally, we used to be a community where we agreed or disagreed on the issues not on the personalities. We can be that kind of community again by supporting and voting for the candidate who most closely agrees with our positions on the issues rather than by launching personal attacks against Tommy or his opponent.

Payne for judge

Mike Satterwhite Henderson

We as North Carolinians are lucky to have 13 good attorneys running for Court of Appeals for the one open seat. Being a nonpartisan judicial election there are no issues to debate and no forums to be heard. This makes for a clean, polite but uninformed election. Harry Payne is my identical twin brother and is running for the Court of Appeals. He brings to this legal table a background and life experience not duplicated by anyone currently serving or running for the Court of Appeals. His resume of serving 12 years as a state legislator writing laws, eight years as commissioner of labor enforcing laws, and seven years as head of the Employment Security administering workplace guidelines gives him a unique and valuable background especially in the area of labor law. Harry Payne would add a missing and needed dimension to the collective mind of the court. Harry and I grew up in a shared bedroom that had a framed “A Boy’s Prayer” on the wall. Two stanzas of that prayer describe the character and heart of my brother: “Help me stand for the hard right against the easy wrong” and “Teach me to work and play as fair in Thy sight alone as if the whole world was looking on.” Harry Payne is the kindest, most honest person I have ever known and does the right thing even when it’s not the easiest and most popular thing to do. What more could you want from an elected official or a brother? Franc Payne Wilmington

Vote for White for sheriff Vance County and its citizens are very fortunate to have Peter White offer his services again as sheriff. I hope the citizens of Vance County will accept his offer and re-elect him as their sheriff. Peter White served his country and state through his service in the United States Marine Corps and the North Carolina Highway Patrol where he achieved the rank of major. In both of these positions, he demonstrated fairness, leadership and a commitment to the law. Sheriff White brings more than 30 years of experience in law enforcement and knows what he is doing. I first became knowledgeable of Peter White when he was employed with the North Carolina Highway Patrol and was considering retiring. He was interested in how he could serve his home county which he loved dearly. I also observed that the citizens of Vance County admired and respected Peter White. To the position of Vance County sheriff, he brings pride, fairness and respect. Former Congresswoman Eva M. Clayton

Hester for commissioner Between 1952 and 1970 I lived at 502 Young St. and could be reached at Geneva 8-5976. It was a simpler time and Henderson was a wonderful small town to grow up in. I left for college and law school in 1970 and returned to my hometown in 1977 with my wife to continue our lives together. Our two sons were educated in Vance County public schools and went on to receive college degrees. The residents of Henderson and Vance County have been kind and supportive of my family and we have been

White for sheriff Sometimes you have to be man enough to take on a challenge. Sometimes you have to be man enough to concede and step aside when the challenge becomes too great. And sometimes you have to be man enough to stay with the challenge no matter how challenging the challenge may be. When Peter White first stepped up for the position of sheriff, his slogan was “it’s time for a change.” And we all know that change is life’s greatest challenge. It takes time, patience, and most of all, commitment. And Henderson, a town that is unfortunately plagued by many issues, is a challenge for any man to take on, a challenge that any man knows would take great change. But by seeking re-election Peter White is man enough to stay with this challenge. He never pretended that this was an overnight thing and he isn’t pretending now. Sure he would have loved to have relieved you and Henderson of all of its issues in his first term, when you gave him the chance. But it just could not be done. Even so he’s not stepping aside. Instead, he’s holding strong and true to his commitment to change. One that never ever could have been possible without your vote, without your commitment. You said it the first time when you voted Peter White for sheriff. You said Henderson is my home. And I deserve a home where there’s peace, where there’s harmony, where I feel safe. But most importantly, you said I deserve someone who believes I deserve that. Say it again with your vote and re-elect Peter White for sheriff. Latrel Hargrove Manson

Vote for Pulley for sheriff Vance County is fortunate to have two highly qualified people running for sheriff. My biggest concern is electing the right person for the job. As a business owner I know that sometimes a highly qualified person doesn’t guarantee success. According to the North Carolina Uniform Crime Reporting Program titled “Vance County Sheriff” the violent crime rate has increased from 71 offenses at year end of 2006 to 96 offenses at year end of 2009 which is a 35 percent increase. Cleared or solved offenses for these crimes have increased from 24 in 2006 to 27 in 2009 but the percentage of cleared or solved crimes has declined from 34 percent in 2006 to 28 percent in 2009. As data shows the actual number of offenses has increased under White as sheriff while the cleared or solved offenses have declined. I commend White for his effort over the last four years but it is time to go in a different direction. Charles Pulley is more than qualified and is very knowledgeable about the problems we face. In business if the person holding the position isn’t performing and if they aren’t making positive progress then they must be replaced. It is time to change personnel and get our county headed in the right direction. I urge all Vance County residents who are concerned for their families and property to join with me and vote Charles Pulley for sheriff. David Reese Henderson



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Friday, October 29, 2010

Survey: Painfully slow economic gains into 2011 By JEANNINE AVERSA AP Economics Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) — The job market and the economy will improve only slightly next year, according to an Associated Press survey of leading economists whose outlook for 2011 has dimmed over the past three months. The latest quarterly AP Economy Survey shows economists are pushing back their estimates of when key barometers of economic health — hiring, spending, expansion — will signal strength. In their view, shoppers and employers will stay cautious. Households will keep saving. Inflation will remain tame. And unemployment will dip only a bit from the current 9.6 percent rate to a stillhigh 9 percent at the end of 2011. In the previous survey in July, the economists predicted unemployment of 8.7 percent at the end of next year. In the survey before that, they foresaw 8.4 percent. Some now think unemployment won’t drop to a historically normal 5.5 percent to 6 percent until at least 2018 — several years later than envisioned earlier. It adds up to a grim pic-

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ture for the new Congress that begins in January. Voter frustration over unemployment is threatening to cost Democrats their control of the House, and maybe the Senate, in the midterm elections Tuesday. The new Congress appears unlikely to approve more spending to try to invigorate the economy and the job market. And the Federal Reserve is running out of options. Yet the economists the AP surveyed still expect the economy to sidestep some threats that had raised concerns in recent months. They dismiss the likelihood of a second recession, for instance, and they think the risk of deflation is remote. Deflation is a prolonged drop in prices and wages that can make people unwilling to spend. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke has expressed concern about deflation — one reason why the Fed will likely announce Wednesday that it will buy Treasury bonds to try to further lower loan rates. Lower rates might spur more borrowing and spending and help raise prices. The economists are sharply split on whether

the Fed should do so. And they overwhelmingly oppose another round of government stimulus spending. They think the economy will make steady gains, just more slowly than they had earlier thought. The AP survey collected the views of 43 leading private, corporate and academic economists on a range of indicators, including employment, consumer spending and inflation. Among their forecasts: • The economy will expand just 2.7 percent next year, scarcely more than the tepid growth predicted for all of 2010. Under an economic rule of thumb, growth would have to average at least 5 percent for a whole year to lower the unemployment rate by 1 percentage point. • Shoppers will boost their spending 2.5 percent in 2011, slightly better

purchases, if they further the highest savings rate lower loan rates, would since 1992. “When you look to 2011, help nudge Americans to spend more, encourage the words to describe the more hiring and help boost economy are glum, lousy, the economy. subpar,” says Rajeev DhaBut the other half counwan, director of Georgia ter that further lowering State University’s Economic Forecasting Center. already super-low loan rates would provide little What to do about it benefit. is the subject of disSome liken it to “pushpute. Two-thirds of the ing on a string.” And they economists surveyed say say they fear that even Congress should refrain from more stimulus spend- lower rates could ignite ing. Some worry that such runaway inflation later or a wave of speculative buyaid wouldn’t be targeted ing in commodities, bonds effectively. or other assets. Others say the extra Even Americans spending would take too who do have jobs still long to lift the economy. aren’t confident enough An overarching concern to spend freely. Many is that more government are still pained by their spending would widen the loss of wealth since the budget gap, already at financial crisis struck in $1.3 trillion. Even the Fed’s expected 2008. Home equity has fallen sharply from its move to buy more government bonds sharply pre-recession peak. So has value of&stock holdings divides the economists. Dr. the Thompson Chloe. and retirement savings. Half agree that such


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News From The Light Side FRIDAY Morning / Early Afternoon 10/29/10

On this date: In 1618, Sir Walter Raleigh, the English courtier, military adventurer and poet, was executed in London. In 1940, Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson drew the first number — 158 — in America’s first peacetime military draft. “The Huntley-Brinkley Report” premiered as NBC’s nightly television newscast. In 1960, a chartered plane carrying the California Polytechnic State University football team crashed on takeoff from Toledo, Ohio, killing 22 of the 48 people on board. In 1979, on the 50th anniversary of the great stock market crash, anti-nuclear protesters tried but failed to shut down the New York Stock Exchange. In 1998, Sen. John Glenn, at age 77, roared back into space aboard the shuttle Discovery, retracing the trail he’d blazed for America’s astronauts 36 years earlier. Ten years ago: The wounded destroyer USS Cole departed Aden, Yemen, towed by tugboats to a Norwegian heavy-lift ship to be taken home to repair the gaping hole in its side; 17 sailors were killed in a suicide bombing attack on Oct. 12.

One year ago: President Barack Obama paid a post-midnight visit to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware to honor the return of 18 soldiers killed in Afghanistan. Today’s Birthdays: Bluegrass singer-musician Sonny Osborne (The Osborne Brothers) is 73. Country singer Lee Clayton is 68. Rock musician Denny Laine is 66. Singer Melba Moore is 65. Musician Peter Green is 64. Actor Richard Dreyfuss is 63. Actress Kate Jackson is 62. The president of Turkey, Abdullah Gul, is 60. Actor Dan Castellaneta (“The Simpsons”) is 53. Country musician Steve Kellough (Wild Horses) is 53. Comic strip artist Tom Wilson (“Ziggy”) is 53. Actress Finola Hughes is 51. Singer Randy Jackson is 49. Rock musician Peter Timmins (Cowboy Junkies) is 45. Actress Joely Fisher is 43. Rapper Paris is 43. Actor Rufus Sewell is 43. Actor Grayson McCouch is 42. Rock singer SA Martinez (311) is 41. Musician Toby Smith is 40. Actress Winona Ryder is 39. Actress Tracee Ellis Ross is 38. Actor Trevor Lissauer is 37. Actress Gabrielle Union is 37. Olympic gold medal bobsledder Vonetta Flowers is 37. Actress Milena Govich is 34. Actor Jon Abrahams is 33. Actor Brendan Fehr is 33. Actor Ben Foster is 30.


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Today is Friday, Oct. 29, the 302nd day of 2010. There are 63 days left in the year.

Five years ago: Hundreds of people slowly filed past the body of civil rights icon Rosa Parks in Montgomery, Ala., just miles from the downtown street where she’d made history by refusing to give up her seat on a city bus to a white man.

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porch that rises about 8 DEAR ABBY: I have been keeping a journal for inches above the sidewalk. my son since he was born The kids push and shove, 22 years ago. I have never jockeying for position to get missed a single day. I write their “loot.” Last year, a about him regardless of 5-year-old fell off our porch. whether I see him or not. Fortunately, she was not Sometimes I’ll jot down hurt. The parents did not a verse I remembered, or issue any directions to their something happening in his children to take turns acworld or an item of newswor- cepting our candy because thy information. I have also they were too busy chatting written my thoughts about among themselves. his life and decisions. Because of the inherent My dilemma is when I danger to unsupervised should give these writings children (and the possibility to him. I don’t want to keep of a lawsuit if there should them inbe an accident), I will not be definitely turning on my porch light because this year — the signal in our they are area that alerts kids that the meant for home is participating in trickhim. He is or-treat. married I hope my letter will and has a remind parents to practice son on the mindfulness and make this way. My Sunday a Happy Halloween! inclination — LIGHTS OUT IN HARDear is to give RISBURG him the Abby DEAR LIGHTS OUT: writings Universal Press So do I, and that’s why I’m of his life printing your letter, which Syndicate on the arrived just in time for me to occasion of his son’s birth. He include it in today’s column. has no idea I’ve been doing Last year your neighbors this, so it will be a complete were lucky the child who fell surprise. I’d appreciate didn’t break a wrist or an your input. — BLOCKED ankle. Parents, when escortWRITER IN OKLAHOMA ing your little ghosts, goblins DEAR BLOCKED and vampires, please remain WRITER: What an amazing vigilant. Common sense gift those journals will be. must prevail. However, allow me to caution you against giving them to DEAR ABBY: I’m in love your son when his child is with my best friend. It seems born. There will be a lot going so simple when I say it, but on at that time, and you do when it comes to telling him, not want to distract from the words never come out that momentous occasion. right. I don’t know if I should My advice is to wait until his even say anything. What if it next milestone birthday and ruins the amazing friendship present them to him when we already have? Is it worth he’s 25. And because you risking it all? — HESITANT enjoy journaling, consider IN FLORIDA starting one about your own DEAR HESITANT: Yes, life then. it is, so tell him how you feel. If he has feelings for you, DEAR ABBY: I have you’ll get what you’re angling always enjoyed Halloween. for. If he doesn’t, it does not I like seeing the children in mean your friendship must their costumes and, for most end. It will let you know that of the little ones, it is a fun if you want a romantic relaand magical time. tionship you are free to look In our neighborhood, a elsewhere. Better to know it group of 15 to 20 parents sooner than later. escort their trick-or-treating children from door to door.client will fill Dear Abby is written by Abigail Sometimes there are 25 to 30 kids. When they approach Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was a house for their treats, the founded by her mother, Pauline parents remain on the sidePhillips. Write Dear Abby at walk, apparently oblivious or P.O. to what’s going on when the Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA door opens. 90069. We have a small front


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Vikings, Warriors renew conference rivalry By DAILY DISPATCH STAFF

The Northern Vance-J.F. Webb rivalry has been as good as it gets in recent years. The last two matchups came down to field goals in the final seconds. With the two teams vying for their place in the standings — and potential playoff

World series

spots — tonight’s game has the makings of another good one. In 2008, Joseph Falkner was the hero with the game-winning field goal for Northern. Last year, a near-50-yard attempt from Falkner with 10 seconds left was blocked by Webb’s Devante Hicks. The Warriors had previously rallied to overtake the lead.

Quarterback Joel Adcock scored on a 2-yard run after a clockeating drive, then converted the 2 to put Webb up 22-21. Eric Jefferys gave the Vikings a chance with a big kickoff return, but Northern couldn’t get any closer for Falkner’s attempt. Northern coach Darian Harris will be on the sidelines in the rivalry game for the first time,

and is hoping his Vikes come out on the other end this year. “It’s always a close game,” he said. “That’s what a coach wants is to be in a situation to win in the final moments.” While the rivalry goes back some ways, Harris minces no words when it comes to the importance of this year’s contest. “This game is huge,” he said.

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Cardinal gibbons 6, J.f. webb 1

Crusaders pull away

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Texas’ C.J. Wilson reacts as he walks off the field during the seventh inning of Game 2 of baseball's World Series against San Francisco Thursday.

Rangers rocked in Game 2 RONALD BLUM AP Sports Writer

SAN FRANCISCO — Matt Cain shut down the Texas Rangers with the type of suffocating pitching that put the San Francisco Giants in the World Series. Two more games like this and they’ll win the World Series. Cain was sharp, the Rangers bullpen was not and San Francisco broke away for a 9-0 win Thursday night. The Giants headed to Texas with a 2-0 lead that looked to come way too easily. Edgar Renteria reprised his October success with a go-ahead home run, and the Giants erupted with seven runs in the eighth, the biggest inning in their postseason history. Four straight two-out walks by Texas relievers let the game out of control. At this rate, team president and part-owner Nolan Ryan probably wants to grab a ball himself and get on the mound. Texas set a record for most runs allowed in a franchise’s first two Series games. “You take all the runs you can get,” Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. “It’s nice to have a cushion going into the ninth.” Cain drew frenzied ovations from a crowd waving Halloween-colored orange pompons, a day after the Giants won the opener 11-7. San Francisco pushed across just 19 runs against Philadelphia in the six-game NL championship series but has outscored Texas 20-7 and outhit the Rangers .314 to .227. “I think that more or less it has to do with the pitching we’ve been facing,” Rangers manager Ron Washington said. “We had some opportunities early in the ballgame to put some runs on the board, and we had the right people up there, and he made his pitches.” C.J. Wilson allowed Renteria’s fifth-inning homer, then left the mound accompanied by a trainer with a blister on the middle finger of his pitching Please see RANGERS page 2B


J.F. Webb’s Grant Parrott (8) gets tangled up with a Cardinal Gibbons player as Andrew Pruitt (7) and Will Gillespie (18) look on during the first half of the Warriors' loss to the Crusaders Thursday night. To view or purchase photos, visit us on the web at

Warriors end regular season with loss to Gibbons By KELLEN HOLTZMAN Dispatch Sports Writer

OXFORD ­— Nine minutes into J.F. Webb’s match with Cardinal Gibbons, the Warriors appeared poised for an upset bid against the top team from the Carolina 3A Conference. Stephen Hill found the net for Webb in the ninth minute, but Gibbons answered three minutes later before taking a 2-1 halftime lead and adding four more goals in the Crusaders’ 6-1 win Thursday. Gibbons also entered Webb’s senior night as the No. 4 team in the latest NCHSAA 3A coaches poll. The Warriors (10-12-1, 4-6) finish the regular

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J.F. Webb keeper Shea Stepusin intercepts a crossing ball during the first half Thursday night.

season fourth in the conference standings. Webb honored three seniors before the match: Shea Stepusin, Taylor Stoneham and Eskender Khayserov.

“We had a team of eighthgrade middle schoolers, a few from JV and the five varsity players (when the season started),” said Warriors coach Allie Urbanski. “The seniors stepped up so much and really unified this team. We went into the season with no one expecting anything from us, but I think we’ve really risen to the occasion.” Hill got loose on a right-side counterattack to open the scoring, dribbling in before firing a low ball into the far-post netting. “It’s Cardinal Gibbons. They

have every right to be confident,” said Urbanski. “But we kind of let them know that we were here to play.” It didn’t take long for the Crusaders to wake up. Three minutes later, Brendan Dunham finished a Colin Donahue cross to tie the game. Gibbons seized the lead in the 20th minute when a Robert Liberatore corner kick from the right found Ryan McAnallen at the far post. McAnallen frequently pushed forward from his position on the back line. “He’s like 6-3. He’s everywhere and he’s a true leader out there,” Urbanski said of Please see WARRIORS, page 3B

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Unbeaten no more: Pack down Seminoles AARON BEARD AP Sports Writer

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Florida State quarterback Christian Ponder passes as North Carolina State’s Jeff Rieskamp defends during the first half in Raleigh.

RALEIGH — Russell Wilson threw a fourth-down touchdown pass to George Bryan with 2:40 left to help North Carolina State rally from a big halftime deficit and beat No. 16 Florida State 28-24 on Thursday night. Wilson also ran for three scores for the Wolfpack (6-2, 3-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), who trailed 21-7 at the break before ending a three-game losing streak to the Seminoles (6-2, 4-1). With the win, N.C. State surpassed its victory total for last season while earning a key victory in a matchup of Atlantic Division contenders. Trailing 24-21, the Wolfpack

drove to the FSU 1-yard line and appeared to have a winning score within easy reach. But the Seminoles stopped Wilson on a pair of sneaks, then stuffed James Washington's leap over the line on third down. The Wolfpack appeared ready to kick a field goal, but called timeout and sent the offense back out on the field. This time, Wilson rolled to his right on a play-action fake, then found Bryan alone near the back of the end zone for the 28-24 lead. Still, Christian Ponder — who ran for a pair of scores and threw for one — nearly rallied the Seminoles, driving Please see PACK, page 2B



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Two-minute drill Local Sports Golf tourney to benefit SVHS art The Southern Vance Art Department, under the direction of Glenn Garrison, is hosting a golf tournament fundraiser at Kerr Lake Country Club on Friday, Oct. 29. The department is seeking tourney participants and sponsors. Costs per golfer are $35 if prepaid by Oct. 19 and $40 on the day of the event. The tourney will follow a Superball format with par being the highest score recorded. Plans also include having prizes, cold drinks and snacks for golfers. Garrison and other organizers are seeking business to sponsor a golf hole of their choice. Each sponsored hole will have two advertisements promoting the business. The ads will be framed and can be created by SVHS art students if so desired. Sponsorship costs are $100 for full sponsorship, $50 for a sponsorship and a donated gift item as a prize on the sponsored hole, and a $20 cash donation will provide advertising on the leaderboard. All proceeds will be used to purchase supplies for art students at SVHS. Anyone interested in playing or being a sponsor should contact Garrison as soon as possible by telephone at 430-6000 or by e-mail at ggarrison@vcs.

Volunteer coaches needed for youth football Five County Sports is seeking volunteer coaches to assist in the development of community adolescents for tackle football, ages 6-12. Five County Sports provides athletic and life skills training for youth, with goals to promote camaraderie, discipline, teamwork, respect, confidence, sportsmanship and character development. Volunteers are needed on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30-6:30 p.m., and on Saturdays at 3 p.m. To register, contact Curtis Palmer at Rising Star Youth Development at (252) 257-1735. A fried chicken plate sale to support the Five County Saints will be held on Oct. 29 at Rising Star Youth Development. Advanced orders are encouraged, and plates will be delivered.

Rec dept. holding youth b-ball sign-ups The Henderson/Vance Recreation and Parks Department is holding youth basketball sign-ups during the week of Nov. 1-6. Hours during the weekdays will be 9 a.m.-5 p.m., and 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 6. The registration fee is $30 for participants who have not played in a sport with the rec department this year, or $20 for participants who have. The outof-county fee is $50. All new players must bring a birth certificate when they sign up. For more information, contact Steve Osborne at (252) 438-2670, or Gene King at (252) 438-3948.

NFL Giants place DE Kiwanuka on IR EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka’s season is over, and there is a chance his career with the New York Giants could be at an end. The Giants have placed the five-year veteran on injured reserve on Thursday with a herniated cervical disk after waiting more than a month to see if rest would fix his neck. With his contract up after this season, it’s unknown whether the Giants are willing to re-sign a player with a neck problem. Kiwanuka was having an outstanding season, with four sacks in the first three games. He was diagnosed with a cervical disk problem before the Giants played the Chicago Bears early this month and missed the last four games. “We held out hope as long as we could,” coach Tom Coughlin said. came to this decision.

Local Schedule Friday, Oct. 29 Cross Country n NCISAA Meet (Asheville) TBA

Tennis n NCISAA Tourney NCHSAA individual states

Volleyball-HS n NCISAA Tourney Crossroads Christian vs. Statesville Christian (@ Trinity of Durham) 12 p.m.


n Northern Vance at J.F. Webb

7:30 p.m. n Chapel Hill at Southern Vance 7:30 p.m. n Warren County at Bunn 7:30 p.m.

Semifinals 6 p.m.

Sports on TV Friday, Oct. 29 AUTO RACING 10 a.m. n SPEED — NASCAR, Truck Series, final practice for Mountain Dew 250, at Talladega, Ala. 2 p.m. n SPEED — NASCAR, Sprint Cup, practice for Amp Energy 500, at Talladega, Ala. 3:30 p.m. n SPEED — NASCAR, Sprint Cup, “Happy Hour Series,” final practice for Amp Energy 500, at Talladega, Ala. 4:30 p.m. n SPEED — NASCAR, Truck Series, pole qualifying for Mountain Dew 250, at Talladega, Ala.

n TGC — European PGA Tour, Andalucia Masters, second round, at Sotogrande, Spain Noon n TGC — LPGA, Hana Bank Championship, first round, at Incheon, South Korea (same-day tape) 2 p.m. n TGC — Nationwide Tour Championship, second round, at Charleston, S.C. 4:30 p.m. n TGC — Champions Tour, AT&T Championship, first round, at San Antonio 7:30 p.m. n TGC — Asia Pacific Classic Malaysia, second round, at Selangor, Malaysia (same-day tape)

COLLEGE FOOTBALL 8 p.m. n ESPN2 — West Virginia at Connecticut

NBA BASKETBALL 8 p.m. n ESPN — Orlando at Miami 10:30 p.m. n ESPN — L.A. Lakers at Phoenix

GOLF 9 a.m.

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Raider JV rolls by Chapel Hill By DAILY DISPATCH STAFF

The Southern Vance junior varsity football team improved to 8-1 with a 30-0 win over Chapel Hill Thursday.

The Raiders built a 22-0 halftime lead. Quarterback Ian Metcalf had 148 rushing yards and one touchdown. Quarterback Titrayvion Roberts added 125 yards

through the air for one touchdown. Jamarcus Perry led Southern on the ground with 180 yards and one touchdown. Perry also added an interception return for

a touchdown. The defense was led by Patrick Ellis, Stanton Fields and Chris Henderson. The Raiders return to action next week at home against Northern Vance.

Magic opening: Orlando routs Wiz

no arena “better than this facility in the world.” Magic owner Rich DeVos then walked to center court, a cane in his right hand and a team official balancing him on the left, and gave a teary-eyed speech seeing the Amway Center finally realized. “This is a Magic building. But it’s your community center. It’s your place for many adventures to take place,” said DeVos, 84, his voice quivering. “So we know that this place will be a place of comfort and joy, and that everybody who comes here will be honored and

loved and cherished.” The Magic didn’t exactly give the same comfort to the visitors. They showed the same dominance that led them to an undefeated preseason, sprinting out to a double-digit lead from the start behind a flurry of 3-pointers and hard-driving layups. Orlando went ahead by 14 after the first quarter, 58-34 at half and more than 35 points in the fourth. And the highlights were everywhere. Carter had a one-handed, outstretched layup over Al Thornton for a

three-point play; Howard met Wall in mid-air to swat the rookie’s layup, sent another one into the first row and might have received the first-opening night “M-V-P” chants in league history. The Wizards were simply no match. Wall came out a little too hyped and took 11 of his team’s first 24 shots, making only three. But the former Kentucky star also showed that roderunner-like speed and awesome athleticism. That wasn’t nearly enough. A Wizards team already enduring growing pains were without Gilbert Arenas, who was back in the Washington area getting treatment on a strained tendon in his right ankle. They will also be without Arenas, the often troubled guard trying to comeback from a 50-game suspension last season after a felony gun conviction for bringing the weapon into the locker room, Saturday night in Atlanta. The Magic finished the preseason 7-0 and won by an average of almost 25 points per game. They’re the three-time defending division champions, two years removed from the NBA finals and still seething about being booted by Boston in the Eastern Conference finals in May. Oh, all that attention for that LeBron guy who just moved into the neighborhood hasn’t sat well either. Orlando’s first shot at him is next.

game that was statistically even much of the night. It was a matchup of two of the league's top quarterbacks in Wilson and Ponder, but neither managed to get into rhythm throwing the ball. Instead, both made their biggest plays with their feet to keep their offenses moving forward. Wilson came in leading the league at 303 yards per game, but finished with 178 yards on 18 for 28 passing against the league's top scoring

defense. Still, he capped the Wolfpack's first drive with a 1-yard keeper for a score, then followed with a 10-yard scoring run early in the third and a 20-yard sprint up the middle midway through the period that erased the 21-7 halftime deficit and tied the game. Wilson's winning TD toss allowed him to bounce back from an interception on a badly thrown ball around the FSU 10 early in the fourth. The Seminoles

converted that turnover into a field goal from Dustin Hopkins for a 2421 lead with 9:07 left. Ponder had a similar night, throwing for 196 yards and an 11-yard touchdown to Willie Haulstead to go with a pair of rushing scores — all in the second quarter. He also had his own critical miscue, fumbling in a collapsing pocket deep in his own end of the field to set up Wilson's 20-yard score that tied the game in the third.

Kirkman, and Andres Torres doubled in a run. Cain allowed four hits in 7 2-3 innings, struck out two and walked two — one intentional. With the Giants ahead 2-0, left-handed specialist Javier Lopez retired Josh Hamilton on a lazy flyout to strand a runner on second in the eighth. As fans stood cheering, Guillermo Mota completed the four-hitter. Forty of the previous 51 teams to take a 2-0 lead have gone on to win the title, including seven straight and 13 of the last 14. The last to overcome a 2-0 deficit was the 1996 New York Yankees against Atlanta. The Giants have won each time they took a 2-0 lead: in 1922, 1933 and 1954. San Francisco improved to 11-0 against Texas at AT&T Park and got its third shutout in nine postseason wins. The Giants sent the high-octane Rangers offense to its first shutout since Sept. 23.

But after a day off, the Series resumes for the first time in Arlington, Texas. Colby Lewis starts Game 3 for the Rangers on Saturday night against Jonathan Sanchez. “I don’t think we caught any breaks yet,” Washington said. “We certainly don’t feel like we’re defeated. We’re heading home. They took care of us in their ballpark, now we’re headed to ours.” By the end, the sellout crowd was chanting “Sweep! Sweep!” And as

some gleeful fans filed out, they told friendly ushers, “See you next year.” Cain has been even sharper, pitching 21 1-3 innings in three postseason starts without allowing any earned runs. Cain joined the Giants’ Christy Mathewson (1905) and Carl Hubbell (1933), the Yankees’ Waite Hoyt (1921) and Detroit’s Kenny Rogers (2006) as the only pitchers to allow no unearned runs in 20 or more innings in a single postseason.

By ANTONIO GONZALEZ Associated Press

ORLANDO, Fla. — Dwight Howard had 23 points and 10 rebounds to lift the Orlando Magic to an easy 112-83 victory over the Washington Wizards on Thursday night, giving the NBA’s newest arena a grand opening and spoiling No. 1 overall pick John Wall’s debut. Vince Carter had 18 points and Jameer Nelson scored 16 to help the Magic cruise to another blowout victory after a perfect preseason. Wall had 14 points and nine assists — much of it in cleanup duty — on 6 for 19 shooting in his first meaningful professional game. He showed flashes of stardom but became just another spectator on an emotional night in Orlando. Not that the Magic have much time to savor the Amway Center’s opening. They get their first shot at LeBron James and the new-look Miami Heat down south Friday night. But Orlando’s warmup act couldn’t have gone smoother. A standing-room only crowd of 18,918 even brought out Tiger Woods from his Orlando-area home — once a regular at Magic games — for the first time since his sex scandal last year. Magic All-Star center Dwight Howard took the microphone to thank fans before the game, and NBA Commissioner David Stern endured a long shower of boos before he proclaimed that there’s


FROM PAGE 1B Florida State all the way to the N.C. State 4 in the final minute. But on what looked like a play-action fake, Ponder fumbled when tailback Ty Jones appeared to bump him as he ran by. N.C. State linebacker Nate Irving pounced on the loose ball at the 9 with 48 seconds left, sealing a dramatic victory in a


hand following a leadoff walk in the seventh. Juan Uribe added a run-scoring single against reliever Darren Oliver. “This blister is something he’s been dealing with all year,” Washington said. “He’ll put some glue on it and do whatever he has to do to close it up.” San Francisco pulled away as Washington again made bullpen moves too late. Derek Holland relieved with a man on and forced in a run with three straight walks, the last to Aubrey Huff, and Mark Lowe forced in another run with a walk to Uribe. Renteria, whose 11thinning single won Game 7 of the 1997 Series for Florida against Cleveland, followed with a two-run single to left. Pinch-hitter Aaron Rowand hit a tworun triple against Michael

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Orlando center Dwight Howard, left, has his shot blocked by Washington forward Cartier Martin during the second half of a game in Orlando, Fla. Thursday.


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No plea bargain in works for LT JIM FITZGERALD Associated Press

NEW CITY, N.Y. — Lawrence Taylor's lawyer said Thursday that there's no plea bargain in the works that would resolve the pro football great's rape case. But he said he would probably listen to any offer from the prosecution. Taylor remained free on $75,000 bail after appearing in a suburban court on charges of having sex with a 16-year-old prostitute. The ex-NFL MVP is accused of paying $300 for sex with the Bronx runaway in a suburban hotel room in May. The linebacker, who led the New York Giants to Super Bowl titles in 1987 and 1991, has pleaded not guilty to third-degree rape, patronizing a prostitute, sexual abuse and endangering a child. Taylor wished journalists "a nice day" as he entered the Rockland County courthouse in a loose black and white shirt. In the courtroom, he apologized to the judge — through attorney Arthur Aidala — for not wearing a jacket and tie. "He looks suitably attired," said state Supreme Court Justice William

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In this July 13 file photo, NFL Hall of Fame linebacker Lawrence Taylor, right, is accompanied by his attorney Arthur Aidala as he leaves a court appearance at the Rockland County courthouse in New City, N.Y. Kelly. "Apology unnecessary." Kelly then set a schedule for motions. Aidala said he would file motions questioning the legality of Taylor's arrest, the girl's identification of him and any statements Taylor made. Aidala said his client is calling the legal shots and

is leaning toward going to trial. "There's no offer on the table," Aidala said outside court. "At some point, if it's appropriate, and Mr. Taylor tells me to do so, I'll go in and just see what a deal would be. And then Mr. Taylor would make whatever decision he wants. ... A trial is a very

stressful situation." "He is indicating, though, quite strongly that he's probably going to seriously consider his right to trial," said Aidala. The attorney said Taylor, who had a highly publicized struggle with drug addiction, is celebrating "his 12th year of kicking those demons that plagued him." Taylor was arrested May 6 after the girl's uncle contacted New York City police. Officers from Ramapo woke him at a Holiday Inn in Montebello. Police said he was cooperative and no drugs were found in the room, although a bottle of alcohol was. In a related case, federal prosecutors in Manhattan filed a complaint against Rasheed Davis, who is accused of acting as the girl's pimp and who allegedly assaulted her and brought her to Taylor's hotel room against her will. Court papers in that case say Taylor admitted to sex acts with the girl but was told the girl was 19. Ramapo police Chief Peter Brower said after Taylor's arrest that ignorance of a minor's age is not a defense to thirddegree rape.

AP Source: Girardi, Yanks agree to outline By RONALD BLUM AP Sports Writer

Joe Girardi and the New York Yankees have agreed on the outline of a $9 million, three-year contract for the manager, according to a baseball official familiar with the negotiations. Although the agreement is not complete, the sides “are dotting the ’i’s and crossing the t’s,’ the

person said Thursday, speaking on condition of anonymity because no announcement had been made. The person said the deal is “going to get done.” The New York Post first reported the news. Girardi would be able to earn about $500,000 more each year in bonuses based on the team’s performance.

He is finishing a $7.8 million, three-year contract that he signed as Joe Torre’s successor following the 2007 season. He will get $3 million annually in his new agreement. A catcher on the Yankees’ World Series championship teams in 1996, 1999 and 2000, Girardi managed the Florida Marlins in 2006. When Torre left New


the Crusaders’ captain. “He’s just everywhere. Talk about a target, how are you not going to hit that?” Seconds later, Gibbons nearly went up 3-1, but a Josh Schramme header was taken out of the air by a leaping Stepusin (GK) at the near post. Stepusin came up with one more save before the halftime whistle, keeping the score 2-1. “They always have the mindset as underdogs that they are going to upset a team,” Urbanski said of her side. “At halftime, they were pumped up. They were still looking to beat them.” Five minutes into the second, Schramme made it 3-1 when he slipped a ball


the season right now.” In the Carolina 3A Conference, Webb is 2-1, tied for second, and Northern is 1-2, tied for third. Only two weeks remain in the regular season. Harris said he was impressed with the physical nature of the Warriors. “They have an outstanding running game. They’re big up front, they’re extremely physical,” said Harris. The coach feels that the two teams have “contrasting styles.” “We’re more perimeterbased. They’re running


J.F. Webb's Taylor Stoneham clears the ball away from a Cardinal Gibbons player during the Warriors' loss to the Crusaders Thursday night. past Stepusin and an oncoming Warrior defender, who just missed clearing the ball off the line. Liberatore converted a penalty kick in the 56th

minute to make it 4-1. Webb came close two minutes later when an Alex Elliott through-ball connected with Hill on the right side. Hill’s chip at-

with the big boys between the tackles.” One key to the game, Harris feels, will be playing to his team’s strengths to counterpoint Webb’s. “They’re bigger than we are... I think we have to offset their size some kind of way,” said Harris. Northern will be down a couple of guys on the offensive line because of injury. Harris said Jefferys may return, but is not yet 100 percent. With Jefferys out, running back Demontre Dozier has been getting the bulk of the carries, and has done a solid job. Last week in the loss to Cardinal Gibbons, Dozier racked up 109 yards on the ground and caught a 31-yard touchdown pass from Tyquan Bryant.

Webb is looking to continue its first winning streak of the season. “All of these guys have played against each other since middle school and JV,” said Webb coach Brian Currin. “It is a rivalry. It dates back to Vance High, when it was just the one school. The last two years have come down to field goals. It doesn’t matter which team is better, it’s going to come down to a dogfight in the end.” Currin has been pleased with the composure his team has shown in the last two weeks in close wins over Orange and Chapel Hill. The Warriors finish the season away at Cardinal Gibbons. “We’ve got some bumps and bruises, but we’re get-

York following 12 seasons, Girardi was hired for the Yankees job over Don Mattingly. New York missed the playoffs in Girardi’s first year, then beat the Philadelphia Phillies in last year’s World Series before losing to Texas last week in the AL championship series. The Yankees have a 287-199 regular-season record in three years under Girardi.

tempt went left of the goal. “I don’t think they ever really lost hope,” said Urbanski. “I think they really thought they were going to win it.” Gibbons’ final two goals came in the 72nd and 76th minutes. Webb’s venture into the 3A playoffs is set to begin Wednesday on the road at a team to be determined this weekend. The Warriors exited in the first round last season. “I’m excited. Last year it was a really close playoff game,” said Urbanski. “We have one of the toughest conferences in North Carolina. We’re going to be against the No. 1 seed, but we’ve been playing incredible competition this entire season so we’re ready for whoever they give us.” Contact the writer at

ting healthy,” he said. “One thing I like about this team is that we’re staying together and pulling together to find a way to win.” Currin said he has been impressed with what he’s seen of the Vikings. “They’re a solid team,” he said. “Coach Harris has a done a good job of turning that program around a little bit. They’ve shown that they are improving every week.” Southern Vance sits at 2-1 in the Carolina 3A Conference, tied for second with Webb. The Warriors earned their second win with a narrow 22-21 victory on the road at Chapel Hill last week. Tonight, it will be the Raiders who will try their hand at the Tigers.

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Jack Swarbrick, Notre Dame athletic director, listens to a question during a press conference Thursday in South Bend, Ind. Swarbrick was addressing the death of a student who was working on a tower that toppled over at football practice on Wednesday.

Notre Dame AD addresses tragedy TOM COYNE Associated Press

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — A strong gust of wind swept across Notre Dame's practice football field before a tower toppled, killing a student who had been videotaping the team from the tower, the university's athletic director said Thursday. Declan Sullivan, a 20-year-old junior from Long Grove, Ill., died Wednesday at a South Bend hospital after the hydraulic scissor lift he was on fell over at the LaBar practice complex. Athletic Director Jack Swarbrick promised there would be a full investigation, but did not say who was responsible for allowing the student to use the lift. Speaking to reporters for the first time since the accident, Swarbrick described a normal practice that quickly became chaotic on Wednesday. He said he was walking along the football field when suddenly, the wind picked up and equipment began flying. "I turned to face north and experienced a pretty extraordinary burst of wind. Things started flying by me that had been stationary for all of practice — Gatorade containers, towels, etc. I noticed the netting by the goal post start to bend dramatically and I heard a crash," he said. Swarbrick said training staff, medical trainers, coaches and players responded to Sullivan, but after emergency workers arrived, the team went back to the field so the rescuers could help the student. Sullivan was taken to a South Bend hospital, but Swarbrick said he received a call from the ambulance before it arrived that Sullivan was no longer breathing. The National Weather Service said winds in the area were gusting to 51 mph at the time the hydraulic scissor lift, which can be lowered or raised depending on needs, fell over. The football team had practiced indoors the day before because of the blustery conditions caused by a fierce storm. It was not clear specifically who authorized Sullivan to go up in the scissor lift to videotape Wednesday's practice, but Swarbrick said the decision to practice outside was left up to individual programs at the university. As a student worker, Sullivan reported to a video coordinator associated with the team. Swarbrick said the university would review its protocol for sending people up in the temporary towers. He said at least one other student was in a temporary tower. "We're going to look at how it was done this day," he said. The university also was going to investigate whether Sullivan had contact with anyone when he was in the tower filming practice. The student, who also wrote for the student newspaper, reportedly posted messages on his Facebook page just before the tower fell, including one calling it "terrifying" being on the tower amid high winds. Chuck Hurley, chief deputy coroner for St. Joseph County, said Thursday that Sullivan died of multiple blunt force trauma injuries to the head, chest and abdomen. The Fighting Irish planned to host Tulsa on Saturday as scheduled, Swarbrick said, and the team will wear decals on their helmets to honor Sullivan. Notre Dame was making grief counselors available for students and was planning a special Mass in Sullivan's memory Thursday night.

Chapel Hill enters the fray with a 1-2 record in the crowded conference. Last year, the Tigers won 17-8 after shutting out Southern in the second half. A James Harris pass was intercepted and returned to the 5, setting up the Tigers’ fourth-quarter touchdown. “They’re always big. They’ve got a large team,” said Southern coach Mark Perry. Perry added that the Tigers like to rely on the passing game. While the Raiders faced mainly runoriented teams early in the season, Southern’s had a little more experience with pass-happy teams the last few weeks against Cardinal Gibbons and Orange. Perry said that defend-

ing the pass has been a priority in practice. “We’re a lot better than we were at the beginning of the year,” said Perry. Southern comes into the game pretty healthy. Perry said running back Bryan Person’s shoulder is feeling better, and he isn’t expecting anyone to sit out. “It’s the time of the year when you get beats and bangs,” he said. In order to win, the coach feels his team will need a strong effort from the defense and ball security on offense. Warren County (0-9) finishes its season on the road at Bunn (7-2, 3-1). The Wildcats defeated Franklinton last week and beat the Eagles 34-8 in Warrenton last season.



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Former Tar Heel part of Tribe’s QB duo By HANK KURZ Jr. AP Sports Writer

North Carolina’s players and coaches are very familiar with one of William & Mary’s quarterbacks. Michael Paulus was a Tar Heel before transferring for this year. Paulus, though, is only half of the equation behind center for the Tribe, and both have combined to give coach Jimmye Laycock one of the best teams in the Championship Subdivision. “Quarterback wise, I know a lot will be made of Mike Paulus,” Tar Heels coach Butch Davis said of the two-year Tar Heel, but “... we have to be prepared to see both of these guys.” As often as not, that has been how Laycock has guided his team to a 6-1 record that includes victories against defend-

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In this photo taken Oct. 23, William & Mary's Michael Paulus throws the ball against Delaware during a game in Williamsburg, Va. ing national champion and top-ranked Villanova and fellow Colonial Athletic Association power Delaware, another of the top-rated programs in the FCS. The Delaware victory came last weekend when Mike Callahan, who lost

his starting job because of a separated shoulder, came off the bench and rallied the Tribe to win, 17-16. Callahan, who started the first four games before Paulus came on and rallied William & Mary past Maine, 24-21, is expected

to start, but Paulus said he will be ready, too. “I think it’s kind of gotten to the point where I realize and maybe Callahan and the guys on the team, everyone realizes that it’s going to take both of us to do something special this year. It already has,” the junior with two touchdown passes and two interceptions said. Callahan has thrown six TD passes and three interceptions, and said he and Paulus will spend a lot of time this week watching film together, with Paulus providing any inside information about how certain players play, their tendencies and anything else of help. He also he knows that William & Mary wouldn’t look like a contender to become the fifth different team from the CAA to win the national championship

in eight years if not for Paulus’ work when he was hurt. “It’s always good to have depth at any position,” he said. “People don’t really talk about depth at their quarterback position because only one plays, and in most situations, you really don’t get to see that second guy. But when you need him, you need him to be in there and you need him to win. The win against Nova, the win against Rhode Island, those were big.” Both quarterbacks have seen action in five games, and regardless of whether Paulus gets to play again on the Kenan Stadium field, emotions will be mixed for the Tar Heels coaches. North Carolina (4-3) is trying to bounce back from a blowout loss to Miami. “Mike’s a very good kid.

He’s a very good quarterback. He’s led them to some significant victories,” Davis said, while allowing the situation feels rather bizarre. “It is a little bit odd that somebody who played for you is on the field playing for another team.” Offensive coordinator John Shoop agrees. Paulus, meanwhile, admits that he’s probably stayed in too close contact with North Carolina quarterback T.J. Yates, and perhaps other former teammates he’ll see Saturday. “He shot the guys some text messages talking a little smack, but that’s Mike,” safety Deunta Williams said. It was all in good fun, Paulus said. “It’ll be fun,” he said. “I’m excited to see those guys.”

Panthers search for run game By MIKE CRANSTON AP Sports Writer

CHARLOTTE — A year ago, Carolina’s DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart had a catchy nickname, a new website and became the first teammates in NFL history to each rush for over 1,100 yards. This year, there’s little to celebrate. The Panthers are 1-5, both are struggling and now Williams is hurt, too. Double Trouble has become troubled. Williams, who missed practice for the second straight day Thursday with a sore foot, has managed 361 yards on 87 carries with one touchdown. Stewart has fared even worse with just 148 yards on 50 carries and one score. Last season, they each averaged over 5 yards a carry, combining for 2,250 yards and 17 touchdowns for the league’s third-best rushing attack. This year there’s been little talk of website subscriptions and Double Trouble T-shirts. “Instead of building up frustration,” Stewart said, “you’ve got to believe in the guys in front of us, that eventually things will start opening up the way they are supposed to.” There are plenty of reasons why neither player has looked explosive. The run game has been bogged down by eight-man fronts, a struggling and banged up offensive line, a new fullback learning on the job and a passing game that has featured horrible quarterback play and failed to earn the respect of opponents. And now the Panthers

NBA Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct GB New Jersey 1 0 1.000 — New York 1 0 1.000 — Boston 1 1 .500 1/2 Philadelphia 0 1 .000 1 Toronto 0 1 .000 1 Southeast Division W L Pct GB Atlanta 1 0 1.000 — Orlando 1 0 1.000 — Miami 1 1 .500 1/2 Charlotte 0 1 .000 1 Washington 0 1 .000 1

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Carolina’s DeAngelo Williams tries to break the tackle of San Francisco’s NaVorro Bowman during the second half of a game in Charlotte Sunday. face the prospect of not having Williams, a 2009 Pro Bowl selection, for Sunday’s game at St. Louis. Williams has not talked to reporters this week. That would leave Stewart and Mike Goodson in the backfield against the Rams. “Eventually, if you keep pounding, keep pounding, it will open,” Stewart insisted. “Keep knocking on the door and eventually it will open up.” But even in Carolina’s first victory of the season last Sunday against San Francisco, the running game played a minimal role. Williams had 44 yards on 19 carries and lost a fumble before hobbling off in the final minute. Stewart had 29 yards on 14 carries. It’s left the Panthers with the NFL’s 23rdranked rushing offense, and neither Williams nor Stewart has a 100-yard game.

Northwest Division W L Pct GB Portland 2 0 1.000 — Denver 1 0 1.000 1/2 Oklahoma City 1 0 1.000 1/2 Minnesota 0 1 .000 1 1/2 Utah 0 1 .000 1 1/2 Pacific Division W L Pct GB Golden State 1 0 1.000 — L.A. Lakers 1 0 1.000 — Sacramento 1 0 1.000 — L.A. Clippers 0 1 .000 1 Phoenix 0 1 .000 1 Thursday’s Games Orlando 112, Washington 83 Phoenix at Utah, 10:30 p.m.

Central Division W L Pct GB Cleveland 1 0 1.000 — Chicago 0 1 .000 1 Detroit 0 1 .000 1 Indiana 0 1 .000 1 Milwaukee 0 1 .000 1

Friday’s Games Indiana at Charlotte, 7 p.m. Sacramento at New Jersey, 7 p.m. Atlanta at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Cleveland at Toronto, 7 p.m. New York at Boston, 7:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Denver at New Orleans, 8 p.m. Oklahoma City at Detroit, 8 p.m. Orlando at Miami, 8 p.m. Memphis at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Phoenix, 10:30 p.m.

WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division W L Pct GB Dallas 1 0 1.000 — New Orleans 1 0 1.000 — San Antonio 1 0 1.000 — Memphis 0 1 .000 1 Houston 0 2 .000 1 1/2

Saturday’s Games Washington at Atlanta, 7 p.m. Sacramento at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m. Portland at New York, 7:30 p.m. Minnesota at Memphis, 8 p.m. Detroit at Chicago, 8 p.m. Philadelphia at Indiana, 8 p.m. Denver at Houston, 8:30 p.m. Charlotte at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m.

“This game is a lot easier when the opponent is one dimensional,” coach John Fox said. That had been the Panthers’ plight in the first five games. Matt Moore and Jimmy Clausen combined for nine interceptions and four lost fumbles and no receiver stepped into the No. 2 role behind Steve Smith. It allowed teams to stack the line of scrimmage with eight or nine defenders to stop the run. “We’ve seen eight-man boxes before, and we’ve been able to run against them,” center Ryan Kalil said. Not this year. A revamped offensive line has struggled to open holes after right guard Keydrick Vincent wasn’t re-signed and with right tackle Jeff Otah being sidelined all season with a knee injury. The Panthers benched right guard Mackenzy Bernadeau last week, moving Geoff Schwartz there and

NHL Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Pittsburgh 10 5 4 1 11 30 25 N.Y. Islanders 9 4 3 2 10 29 28 N.Y. Rangers 8 4 3 1 9 26 26 Philadelphia 9 4 4 1 9 25 24 New Jersey 10 2 7 1 5 17 35 Northeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Montreal 9 6 2 1 13 25 21 Toronto 9 5 3 1 11 23 21 Boston 7 5 2 0 10 20 11 Ottawa 10 4 5 1 9 26 31 Buffalo 10 3 6 1 7 27 30 Southeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Tampa Bay 9 6 2 1 13 32 30 Washington 10 6 4 0 12 27 23 Atlanta 9 4 4 1 9 29 33 Carolina 8 4 4 0 8 21 24 Florida 8 3 5 0 6 21 20 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Nashville 9 5 1 3 13 21 20 Chicago 11 6 4 1 13 32 29 St. Louis 8 5 1 2 12 22 14 Columbus 9 6 3 0 12 23 24 Detroit 8 5 2 1 11 25 22

putting Garry Williams in Schwartz’s old spot at right tackle. They’ll keep that lineup against the Rams. Carolina also lost stalwart fullback Brad Hoover, who was released in the offseason youth movement. Second-year pro Tony Fiammetta has taken over, but is still learning to be a lead blocker in the NFL. There have been key mistakes by the backs, too. Williams’ longest run was a 39-yard touchdown on a cutback against New Orleans. He tried the same thing again as the Panthers were driving late against the Saints, but he was brought down for a 4-yard loss, helping to knock Carolina out of field goal range in a 16-14 loss. And Stewart, who barely practiced the past two years because of an Achilles’ tendon problem, hasn’t taken advantage of being healthy following offseason surgery. Stewart, who said he feels well physically, is “hopeful” last Sunday’s success in the passing game will unclog the line of scrimmage. Moore threw for a career-high 308 yards in his return as a starter and rookie David Gettis caught eight passes for 125 yards and his first two NFL touchdowns. “Everyone knows we have two great running backs, really three including Mike Goodson,” Gettis said. “Everybody is going to focus on the run. It’s our jobs as receivers and quarterbacks and linemen blocking to make plays downfield and kind of loosen up the box. “Give them a chance to make plays, because that is our strength in the offense.”

Calgary Colorado Minnesota Vancouver Edmonton

Northwest Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA 10 6 4 0 12 31 27 10 5 4 1 11 34 38 9 4 3 2 10 25 24 9 4 3 2 10 24 24 8 2 4 2 6 21 29

Pacific Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Los Angeles 10 7 3 0 14 31 24 Dallas 9 5 4 0 10 28 27 San Jose 8 4 3 1 9 24 23 Phoenix 9 3 3 3 9 23 26 Anaheim 10 4 5 1 9 26 35 Friday’s Games Montreal at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m. Carolina at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m. Buffalo at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. Edmonton at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. New Jersey at Anaheim, 10 p.m. Saturday’s Games N.Y. Rangers at Toronto, 7 p.m. Florida at Montreal, 7 p.m. Boston at Ottawa, 7 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Pittsburgh at Carolina, 7 p.m. Nashville at Detroit, 7 p.m. Atlanta at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Chicago at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Buffalo at Dallas, 8 p.m. Columbus at Colorado, 9 p.m. Tampa Bay at Phoenix, 9 p.m. Washington at Calgary, 10 p.m. New Jersey at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m. Anaheim at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.

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Minnesota quarterback Brett Favre addresses the media about his injury at the Vikings’ football training facility in Eden Prairie, Minn. Wednesday.

No walking boot for Favre By JON KRAWCZYNSKI AP Sports Writer

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — The signs of progress are small but noticeable for Brett Favre and his injured left ankle. Favre missed his second straight day of practice for the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday, but walked around the facility without the oversized boot which had been protecting an injury that is putting his league-record 291-straight starts streak in jeopardy. The 41-year-old quarterback limped through the locker room with a heavy wrap on his ankle, which was injured in the loss to Green Bay on Sunday night. Asked if he thought he could play against New England, Favre said, “I wouldn’t put anything past me, to be honest with you.” Favre has a stress fracture in the ankle as well as an avulsion fracture in the heel bone, where a fragment has been torn away by a tendon or ligament. He consulted with the doctors who performed surgery on his ankle this summer to get him ready for a 20th NFL season, and was told that the injury would not get any worse by playing on it. “He’s been a little better every day,” coach Brad Childress said Thursday. “Whether it’s good enough to play in an NFL football game remains to be seen.”

TRANSACTIONS Thursday’s Sports Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL n American League KANSAS CITY ROYALS—Named Tony Tijerina minor league field coordinator and Mark Davis minor league pitching coordinator. n National League NEW YORK METS—Named Sandy Alderson general manager. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES—Assigned C Paul Hoover outright to Lehigh Valley (IL). Announced INF/OF Greg Dobbs and LHP Jamie Moyer refused outright assignments and have elected free agency. n Golden League CALGARY VIPERS—Re-signed manager Morgan Burkhart to a two-year contract extension. BASKETBALL n National Basketball Association MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES—Exercised fourth-year contract options on G O.J. Mayo and F Darrell Arthur and the third-year contract option on C Hasheem Thabeet. FOOTBALL n National Football League DETROIT LIONS—Claimed CB Brandon McDonald off waivers from Arizona. NEW YORK GIANTS—Placed DE Mathias Kiwanuka on injured reserve. Signed DB-KR Will Blackmon.

n Canadian Football League WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS—Added QB Zac Champion to the practice roster. HOCKEY n National Hockey League ATLANTA THRASHERS—Recalled G Ondrej Pavelec from Chicago (AHL). Reassigned G Peter Mannino to Chicago (AHL). DETROIT RED WINGS—Recalled G Joey MacDonald from Grand Rapids (AHL). MINNESOTA WILD—Recalled F Casey Wellman from Houston (AHL). NEW JERSEY DEVILS—Recalled D Tyler Eckford from Albany (AHL). NEW YORK ISLANDERS—Returned F Nino Niederreiter Portland (WHL). NEW YORK RANGERS—Recalled F Evgeny Grachev from Hartford (AHL). n American Hockey League GRAND RAPIDS GRIFFINS—Recalled G Jordan Pearce from Toledo (ECHL). n ECHL ECHL—Suspended Kalamazoo D Mitch Versteeg one game and fined him an undisclosed amount for his actions during Wednesday’s game against Florida. ELMIRA JACKALS—Loaned C Brock McBride to Houston (AHL). COLLEGE MICHIGAN STATE—Reinstated DB Chris L. Rucker to the football team after being arrested Oct. 10 and pleading guilty to reckless driving. ROANOKE—Announced the resignation of men’s assistant lacrosse coach Jim Mitchell. Named Zach Thomas men’s assistant coach.



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NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). A cash prior conveyances of record. deposit (no personal checks) Said property is commonly Under and by virtue of a of five percent (5%) of the purknown as 2396 Spring Valley Power of Sale contained in chase price, or Seven HunRoad, Henderson, NC 27537. that certain Deed of Trust exedred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), Third party purchasers cuted by Byron Murphy, unwhichever is greater, will be must pay the excise tax, and married to First American Title required at the time of the the court costs of Forty-Five Insurance Company, sale. Following the expiration Cents (45¢) per One Hundred Trustee(s), which was dated of the statutory upset bid peDollars ($100.00) pursuant to May 26, 2006 and recorded on riod, all the remaining amounts NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). A cash May 26, 2006 in Book 1121 at are immediately due and owdeposit (no personal checks) Page 750, Vance County RegTHE DAILY DISPATCH â&#x20AC;˘ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ 7B ing. of five percent (5%) of the puristry, North Carolina. Default NOTICE OF Said property to be offered chase price, or Seven Hunhaving been made in the payFORECLOSURE SALE Reach An Additional 9.4 Million Classified pursuant to this Notice of Sale dred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), ment of the note thereby seNORTH CAROLINA, Readers is being offered for sale, transwhichever is greater, will be cured by the said Deed of VANCE COUNTY fer and conveyance IS Web Page. 10 SP 20 required at the time of the Trust and the undersigned, On"AS Our WHERE IS." There are no repsale. Following the expiration Lisa S. Campbell, having been Under and by virtue of a The Daily Dispatch resentations warranty relatof the statutory upset bid pesubstituted as Trustee in said Power of Sale contained in AMENDED NOTICE OF ing to the title or any physical, riod, all the remaining amounts Deed of Trust, and the holder that certain Deed of Trust exeFORECLOSURE SALE environmental, health or safety cuted by James W Grissom Jr. are immediately due and owof the note evidencing said inNorth Carolina, conditions existing in, on, at, or and Shelia Grissom to Mark A. ing. debtedness having directed Vance County relating to the property being Reinhard, Trustee(s), dated Said property to be offered that the Deed of Trust be fore09Ad SPcould 208 be reaching 1.5 offered sale. This the saleNorth is Carolina millionfor homes through Statewide Network. pursuant to this Notice of Sale Your Classified closed, the undersigned SubSeptember 12, 1996, and remade subject to allcost prior liens,for acorded is being offered for sale, trans- Have your message printed in 90 NC newspapers stitute Trustee will offer for in ad. Book 777, Page 717, for a low of $330 25-word Additional Under and by virtue of a unpaid taxes, any unpaid land Vance County Registry, North fer and conveyance "AS IS sale at the courthouse door of are $10 whole state fingertips! (252)assess436-2810. Power of each. Sale The contained in at your transfer taxes, Call special WHERE IS." There are no rep- words the county courthouse where Carolina. that certain Deed of Trust exeDeadline: Tuesday by 5 PM the week prior to publication. A great advertising buy! ments, easements, rights of resentations of warranty relatthe property is located, or the Default having been made cuted by James E. Poole Jr. way, deeds of release, and ing to the title or any physical, usual and customary location in the payment of the note any other encumbrances or environmental, health or safety and wife Crystal L. Marrs to at the county courthouse for thereby secured by the said conditions existing in, on, at, or PRLAP, INC, Trustee(s), exceptions of record. To the conducting the sale on NoDeed of Trust and the underOPEN CLASSIFIED DISPLAY RATES which was dated June 30, best of the knowledge and berelating to the property being vember 10, 2010 at 10:00 AM, signed, having been substi2006 and recorded on June lief of the undersigned, thefree!tuted offered for sale. This sale is $23.28 per col. inch and will sell to the highest bidTrustee in said Your ad could be run If youas have a household itemDeed Ad information and payment must be in current owner(s) offorthe propmade subject to all prior liens, 30, 2006 in Book 1125 at Page der for cash the following deofweTrust by your an instrument duly for sale less than $100, will run Repeat $11.64 per col. inch our officeinat 304 S. Chestnut by land 232, Vance County Registry, erty is/are James Poole, Jr.. unpaid taxes, Street any unpaid scribed property situated recorded theCertain Office of the ad free, one ad for 4 in days. North COMMERCIAL Carolina. Default having 10Carolina, AM the day transfer prior to ad publication. for possession of per month RATES An Order4-line taxes, special assessVance County, North Register of Deeds of Vance Over a $10 Savings been made in the payment of restrictions apply. Ad must be placed in The Daily property may be issued ments, easements, All yard sales are cash in advance. rights of First Day....................................$3.47 the to wit: County, North Carolina, and per line pursuant to Dispatch G.S. 45-21.29 in way, deeds of release, and the note thereby secured by office or mailed to Daily Dispatch Commitment No: the holder of theClassified, note evidencratesofvary according number the saidline Deed Trust and theto the favor of theP.O. purchaser and any other encumbrances or Classified ing Box 908, Henderson, NC said 27536.indebtedness having Over a $25 Savings06ST-1646 undersigned, Lisa S. Campagainst the party or parties in exceptions of record. To the of days published. BEGINNING at an existing directed that the Deed of Trust bell, having been substituted possession by the clerk of subest of the knowledge and beiron pipe located on the northbe foreclosed, the undersigned *Limited to $40,000 Selling Price DAYS in 14 DAYS as 7Trustee said Deed of30 DAYS perior court of the county in east side of Spring Valley lief of the undersigned, the Substitute Trustees will offer Trust, and the holder which the property is sold. Any current owner(s) of the propRoad (State Road #1317), $47.41 $85.24 of the$168.64 for sale at the Courthouse note evidencing said indebtedperson who We occupies the propmake every effort to avoid in advertisements. Henderson Township, North erty is/are Byron Murphy. Doorerrors in Vance County, North ness having directed that the erty pursuant to aadrental agreeAn Order for possession of Carolina and said iron pipe beCarolina, at 11:45 AM on NoLINE AD DEADLINES Each is carefully checked and proofread, but when ment entered into or renewed the property may be issued Deed of Trust be foreclosed, ing further located 1507.78 vember 10,mistakes 2010, do and 10 AM the day prior to publication hundreds of ads are handled each day, slipwill sell on or after October 1, 2007, pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in the undersigned Substitute feet from the intersection of to the highest bidder for cash 10 AM Friday for Sunday through. We ask that you check your ad for any error andpropTrustee will offer for sale at the may, after receiving the notice favor of the purchaser and State Road 1317 and N.C. the following described rental Department These North ads may38be placed by you forparty only $5.55 per in courthouse door of the county of sale, terminate We accept VISA and Mastercard for 39; thence report it tothe the Classified immediately by against the or parties Highway erty, to wit: BLIND BOX courthouse where the NUMBERS property agreement upon 10 days' writ- The newspaper clerk of sudeg. 389.36 column inch.feet Paid in possession advance by 10by AMthe WZRGD\V prior commercial ads, private party ads 36' 00" East Begin at iron pipe, 252-436-2810. willabenew responsible There islocated, an extra charge for ads with blind A tocalling is or the usual andbox numbers. ten notice the landlord. The perior court of the county in along Nathanieltoand Novella Sunday deadline - 7KXUVday 10 AM. $10.00 charge is added for responses Southeastern corner Lot 6 ad publication. and circulation payments. Minimum for only one dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s incorrect insertion if you do notfor bring to be mailed on Friday. customary location at the notice shall also state that which the property is sold. Any Soloman old property line of Hyde Farm Subdivision in purchase of $5 required. the error to our attention. county courthouse for conductupon termination of a rental person who occupies the prop(Deed Book 449, page 57) to line for Robert J. Mudd as ing the sale on November 9, agreement, the tenant is liable erty pursuant to a rental agreean iron pipe; thence South 19 shown on plat recorded in Map 2010 at 11:30 AM, and will sell for rent due under the rental ment deg. feet Book Vance 095538' 01" West 257.12 Legals 0955entered into or renewed Legals to 0955 Legals 0955 Legals 0955 V, Page 423, Legals the highest bidder for cash EGALS agreement prorated to the efon or after October 1, 2007, along the western edge of MidCounty Registry; from said bethe following described propfective date of the termination. may, after receiving the notice dle Baptist Association, Inc ginning point run thence N. 12 erty situated in Vance County, If the trustee is unable to conproperty line (Deed Book 581, of sale, terminate the rental degrees 44 minutes 14 secNorth Carolina, to wit: vey title to this property for any 396) to an iron pipe : agreement upon 10 days' writonds W. 562.83 feet to an ex0955 Legals Page Lot 6 containing 2.00 acres reason, the sole remedy of the thence South 68 deg. 21' 06" ten notice to the landlord. The isting iron pipe in line for adjacent State Road 1559 as purchaser is the return of the notice shall also state that West 168.40 feet along Charlie Eugene W. Clark; run thence shown on survey of Timothy deposit. Reasons of such inNOTICE OF SALE Steed and Edith I. Steed upon termination of a rental along Clark's line N. 62 deEarl Smith and wife, Margaret ability to convey include, but (Deed Book 734, Page 29) to agreement, the tenant is liable grees 16 minutes 08 seconds B. Smith prepared by Luther E. are not limited to, the filing of a Kittrell Mini Storage & an iron pipe, and said iron pipe for rent due under the rental E. 120.70 feet to a new iron Stegnall, registered land surbankruptcy petition prior to the U-Haul pursuant to North being the point and place of agreement prorated to the efpipe; run thence S. 14 degrees veyor dated May 16, 1998 and confirmation of the sale and Carolina Statute #44-A will Beginning as shown on survey fective date of the termination. 20 minutes 24 seconds E. recorded in Plat Book "V", reinstatement of the loan withhold a public sale of contents of Boobbitt Surveying, P.A. If the trustee is unable to con595.13 feat to a new iron pipe Page 938 of the Vance County out the knowledge of the trusof: R.L.S. dated September 11, vey title to this property for any in line for Robert J. Mudd; run Registry. tee. If the validity of the sale is reason, the sole remedy of the Units: 1995 and entitled "Nathaniel thence along Mudd's line S. 76 Save and except any rechallenged by any party, the #76 Lakisha T. Perry and Novella F. Solomon and purchaser is the return of the degrees 52 minutes 04 secleases, deeds of release or trustee, in their sole discretion, onds W. 140 feet to a new iron #83 Casandra D. Bumpers Survey for Diedra Solomon. deposit. Reasons of such inprior conveyances of record. if they believe the challenge to ability to convey include, but #88 Vivian R. Glover The above described tract of pipe, the point and place of beSaid property is commonly have merit, may request the #90 Pattie V. Burwell land is a triangular shaped are not limited to, the filing of a ginning. The same containing known as 148 Doctor Finch court to declare the sale to be #26 & #78 Edward E. Thorne tract taken from the eastern bankruptcy petition prior to the 1.75 acres as shown on plat of Road, Henderson, NC 27537. void and return the deposit. confirmation of the sale and Sale at Kittrell Mini Storage, portion of land owned by the survey for James W. Grissom, Third party purchasers The purchaser will have no fur2 miles south of Kittrell, US 1, grantor herein (who is the reinstatement of the loan withJr. and Sheila S. Grissom premust pay the excise tax, and ther remedy. out the knowledge of the trusSouth. 11/1310 at 2:00 p.m. widow of the late Nathaniel pared by Alan's Surveying the court costs of Forty-Five Solomon) and said reference tee. If the validity of the sale is Company, PA, on April 20, Cents (45¢) per One Hundred Lisa S. Campbell, Oct 29, Nov 5, 2010 to land described at Book 449, challenged by any party, the 1996 and revised July 23, Dollars ($100.00) pursuant to Substitute Trustee, trustee, in their sole discretion, Page 57 and Deed Book 502, 1996. This property is subject AMENDED NOTICE OF NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). A cash PO Box 4006 page 193 in the Office of the if they believe the challenge to to a 60 foot private right of way FORECLOSURE SALE deposit (no personal checks) Wilmington, NC 28406 have merit, may request the Vance County of Deeds. as shown on the plat referred North Carolina, of five percent (5%) of the purPHONE: (910) 392-4971 court to declare the sale to be Save and except any reto herein. Also conveyed Vance County chase price, or Seven HunFAX: (910) 392-8051 leases, deeds of release or void and return the deposit. herewith is a nonexclusive 09 SP 192 dred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), File No. 08-03100-FC02, prior conveyances of record. The purchaser will have no furright of ingress, egress and rewhichever is greater, will be 759115 ther remedy. Said property is commonly gress to and from the property Under and by virtue of a required at the time of the known as 2396 Spring Valley hereinabove described along a Power of Sale contained in sale. Following the expiration Oct 29, Nov 5, 2010 Lisa S. Campbell, Road, Henderson, NC 27537. 60 foot private right of way that certain Deed of Trust exeof the statutory upset bid peSubstitute Trustee, Third party purchasers crossing Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 NOTICE OF cuted by Byron Murphy, unriod, all the remaining amounts PO Box 4006 must pay the excise tax, and of Hyde Farm Subdivision as FORECLOSURE SALE married to First American Title are immediately due and owWilmington, NC 28406 the court costs of Forty-Five shown on plat recorded in Map NORTH CAROLINA, Insurance Company, ing. PHONE: (910) 392-4971 Cents (45¢) per One Hundred Book V, Page 423, Vance VANCE COUNTY Trustee(s), which was dated Said property to be offered FAX: (910) 392-8051 Dollars ($100.00) pursuant to County Registry. 10 SP 20 May 26, 2006 and recorded on pursuant to this Notice of Sale File No. 09-14405-FC01, NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). A cash Said property is commonly Under and by virtue of a May 26, 2006 in Book 1121 at is being offered for sale, trans759114 deposit (no personal checks) known as 169 Red Maple Power of Sale contained in Page 750, Vance County Regfer and conveyance "AS IS of five percent (5%) of the purLane, Henderson, NC 27536. that certain Deed of Trust exeistry, North Carolina. Default WHERE IS." There are no repOct 29, Nov 5, 2010 chase price, or Seven HunThird party purchasers cuted by James W Grissom Jr. having been made in the payresentations of warranty relatdred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), must pay the excise tax, purand Shelia Grissom to Mark A. ment of the note thereby seAMENDED NOTICE OF ing to the title or any physical, whichever is greater, will be suant to N.C.G.S. 105-228.30, cured by the said Deed of FORECLOSURE SALE environmental, health or safety Reinhard, Trustee(s), dated required at the time of the in the amount of One Dollar September 12, 1996, and reTrust and the undersigned, North Carolina, conditions existing in, on, at, or sale. Following the expiration ($1.00) per each Five Hundred corded in Book 777, Page 717, Lisa S. Campbell, having been Vance County relating to the property being of the statutory upset bid peDollars ($500.00) or fractional Vance County Registry, North substituted as Trustee in said 09 SP 208 offered for sale. This sale is riod, all the remaining amounts part thereof, and the Clerk of Carolina. Deed of Trust, and the holder made subject to all prior liens, are immediately due and owCourts fee, pursuant to Default having been made of the note evidencing said inUnder and by virtue of a unpaid taxes, any unpaid land ing. N.C.G.S. 7A-308, in the in the payment of the note debtedness having directed Power of Sale contained in transfer taxes, special assessSaid property to be offered amount of Forty-five Cents thereby secured by the said that the Deed of Trust be forethat certain Deed of Trust exements, easements, rights of pursuant to this Notice of Sale (45) per each One Hundred Deed of Trust and the underclosed, the undersigned Subcuted by James E. Poole Jr. way, deeds of release, and is being offered for sale, transDollars ($100.00) or fractional signed, having been substistitute Trustee will offer for and wife Crystal L. Marrs to any other encumbrances or fer and conveyance "AS IS part thereof or Five Hundred tuted as Trustee in said Deed sale at the courthouse door of PRLAP, INC, Trustee(s), exceptions of record. To the WHERE IS." There are no repDollars ($500.00), whichever is of Trust by an instrument duly the county courthouse where which was dated June 30, best of the knowledge and beresentations of warranty relatgreater. A deposit of five perrecorded in the Office of the the property is located, or the 2006 and recorded on June lief of the undersigned, the ing to the title or any physical, cent (5%) of the bid, or Seven Register of Deeds of Vance usual and customary location 30, 2006 in Book 1125 at Page current owner(s) of the propenvironmental, health or safety Hundred Fifty Dollars County, North Carolina, and at the county courthouse for 232, Vance County Registry, erty is/are James Poole, Jr.. conditions existing in, on, at, or ($750.00), whichever is the holder of the note evidencconducting the sale on NoNorth Carolina. Default having An Order for possession of relating to the property being greater, will be required at the ing said indebtedness having vember 10, 2010 at 10:00 AM, been made in the payment of the property may be issued offered for sale. This sale is time of the sale and must be directed that the Deed of Trust and will sell to the highest bidthe note thereby secured by pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in made subject to all prior liens, tendered in the form of certibe foreclosed, the undersigned der for cash the following dethe said Deed of Trust and the favor of the purchaser and unpaid taxes, any unpaid land fied funds. Following the expiSubstitute Trustees will offer scribed property situated in undersigned, Lisa S. Campagainst the party or parties in transfer taxes, special assessration of the statutory upset bid for sale at the Courthouse Vance County, North Carolina, bell, having been substituted possession by the clerk of suments, easements, rights of period, all the remaining Door in Vance County, North to wit: as Trustee in said Deed of perior court of the county in way, deeds of release, and amounts will be immediately Carolina, at 11:45 AM on NoCommitment No: Trust, and the holder of the which the property is sold. Any any other encumbrances or due and owing. vember 10, 2010, and will sell 06ST-1646 note evidencing said indebtedperson who occupies the propexceptions of record. To the Said property to be offered to the highest bidder for cash BEGINNING at an existing ness having directed that the erty pursuant to a rental agreebest of the knowledge and bepursuant to this Notice of Sale the following described propiron pipe located on the northDeed of Trust be foreclosed, ment entered into or renewed is being offered for sale, transerty, to wit: east side of Spring Valley lief of the undersigned, the the undersigned Substitute on or after October 1, 2007, current owner(s) of the propfer and conveyance AS IS Begin at a new iron pipe, Road (State Road #1317), Trustee will offer for sale at the may, after receiving the notice WHERE IS. There are no repSoutheastern corner for Lot 6 Henderson Township, North erty is/are Byron Murphy. courthouse door of the county of sale, terminate the rental An Order for possession of resentations of warranty relatof Hyde Farm Subdivision in Carolina and said iron pipe becourthouse where the property agreement upon 10 days' writthe property may be issued ing to the title or any physical, line for Robert J. Mudd as ing further located 1507.78 is located, or the usual and ten notice to the landlord. The pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in environmental, health or safety shown on plat recorded in Map feet from the intersection of customary location at the notice shall also state that favor of the purchaser and conditions existing in, on, at, or Book V, Page 423, Vance State Road 1317 and N.C. county courthouse for conduct- upon termination of a rental against the party or parties in relating to the property being County Registry; from said beHighway 39; thence North 38 ing the sale on November 9, agreement, the tenant is liable offered for sale. This sale is ginning point run thence N. 12 deg. 36' 00" East 389.36 feet possession by the clerk of su2010 at 11:30 AM, and will sell for rent due under the rental perior court of the county in made subject to all prior liens, degrees 44 minutes 14 secalong Nathaniel and Novella to the highest bidder for cash agreement prorated to the efwhich the property is sold. Any unpaid taxes, special assessonds W. 562.83 feet to an exSoloman old property line the following described propfective date of the termination. person who occupies the propments, land transfer taxes, if isting iron pipe in line for (Deed Book 449, page 57) to erty situated in Vance County, If the trustee is unable to conerty pursuant to a rental agreeany, and encumbrances of reEugene W. Clark; run thence an iron pipe; thence South 19 North Carolina, to wit: 0216 Education/Teaching vey title to this property for any ment entered into or renewed cord. To the best of the knowlalong Clark's line N. 62 dedeg. 38' 01" West 257.12 feet Lot 6 containing 2.00 acres reason, the sole remedy of the on or after October 1, 2007, edge and belief of the undergrees 16 minutes 08 seconds along the western edge of Midadjacent State Road 1559 as purchaser is the return of the may, after receiving the notice signed, the current owner(s) of E. 120.70 feet to a new iron dle Baptist Association, Inc shown on survey of Timothy deposit. Reasons of such inthe property is/are James W pipe; run thence S. 14 degrees property line (Deed Book 581, of sale, terminate the rental Earl Smith and wife, Margaret ability to convey include, but upon 10Apartments days' writGrissom Jr.. 20 minutes 24 seconds E. Page 0610396) to an iron pipe : agreement Unfurnished B. Smith prepared by Luther E. are not limited to, the filing of a PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: 595.13 feat to a new iron pipe thence South 68 deg. 21' 06" ten notice to the landlord. The Stegnall, registered land surbankruptcy petition prior to the notice shall also state that An order for possession of the in line for Robert J. Mudd; run West 168.40 feet along Charlie veyor dated May 16, 1998 and confirmation Vance-Granville Community College is seeking of the sale and property may be issued pursuthence along Mudd's line S. 76 Steed and Edith I. Steed upon termination of a rental recorded in Plat Book "V", reinstatement of the loan withant to G.S. 45-21.29 in favor of a 9 938 month for Physics. Duties include degrees 52 minutes 04 sec(Deed Book 734, Page 29) to agreement, the tenant is liable Page of theInstructor Vance County out the knowledge of the trusthe purchaser and against the onds W. 140 feet to a new iron an iron pipe, and said iron pipe for rent due under the rental Registry. tee. If the validity of the sale is preparing and teaching assigned courses in physics party or parties in possession pipe, the point and place of bebeing the point and place of agreement prorated to the efSave and except any rechallenged by any party, the by the clerk of superior court of and mathematics in traditional to face and ginning. The same containing Beginning as shown on survey fective date of the termination. leases, deeds of release or trustee, face in their sole discretion, the trustee is unable to conthe county in which the prop1.75 acres as shown on plat of of Boobbitt Surveying, P.A. If ownhouses pArtments prior conveyances of record.maintaining if they believe the challenge online environments; class records,to survey erty is sold. for James W. Grissom, R.L.S. dated September 11, vey title to this property for any Said property is commonly have merit, may request the reason, the sole remedy of the Any person who occupies Jr. and Sheila S. Grissom pre1995 and entitled "Nathaniel syllabi, lesson plans;the assessing known as objectives, 148 Doctor tests, Finch and orporAte ownhouses court to declare sale to be the property pursuant to a pared by Alan's Surveying and Novella F. Solomon and purchaser is the return of the Road, Henderson, NC 27537. void grades; and return the deposit. student learning and assigning maintaining rental agreement entered into Company, PA, on April 20, Survey for Diedra Solomon. deposit. Reasons of such inThird party purchasers The purchaser will have no furor entto convey include, but must ability or renewed on or after October 1996 and revised July 23, The above described tract of pay office the excise tax, attending and ther meetings; posted hours; serving as remedy. 1, 2007, may, after receiving 1996. This property is subject land is a triangular shaped are not limited to, the filing of a the court costs of Forty-Five a faculty advisor for students; experimenting with the notice of sale, terminate to a 60 foot private right of way tract taken from the eastern bankruptcy petition prior to the Cents (45¢) per One Hundred Lisa S. Campbell, confirmation of the sale and the rental agreement upon 10 as shown on the plat referred portion of land owned by the Dollars ($100.00) pursuant to innovative teaching techniques;Substitute and other duties Trustee, days' written notice to the to herein. Also conveyed grantor herein (who is the reinstatement of the loan withNCGS 7A-308(a)(1). A cash PO Box 4006 out the knowledge of the truslandlord. The notice shall also as assigned. Masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree Wilmington, in physicsNC or 28406 related herewith is a nonexclusive widow of the late Nathaniel deposit (no personal checks) tee. If the validity of the sale is state that upon termination of right of ingress, egress and reSolomon) and said reference of five percent (5%) of the pur0220 Medical/Dental (910) 392-4971 field with 18 graduate hoursPHONE: in physics required; a rental agreement, that tenant gress to and from the property to land described at Book 449, challenged by any party, the chase price, or Seven HunFAX: (910) 392-8051 trustee, in their sole discretion, is liable for rent due under the Doctorate or Masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree in physics and teaching hereinabove described along a Page 57 and Deed Book 502, dred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), File No. 08-03100-FC02, rental agreement prorated to 60 foot private right of way page 193 in the Office of the if they believe the challenge to whichever is greater, will be 759115 experience in higher education including online have merit, may request the the effective date of the termiNow Accepting Applications crossing Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 Vance County of Deeds. required at the time of the court to declare the sale to be nation. of Hyde Farm Subdivision as Save and except any reinstruction preferred. Degrees and hours must be sale. Following the expiration Oct 29, Nov 5, 2010 For CNAs All Shifts shown on plat recorded in Map leases, deeds of release or void and return the deposit. of the statutory upset bid pefrom a regionally accredited college or university. Nationwide Trustee Book V, Page 423, Vance prior conveyances of record. The purchaser will have no furriod, all the remaining amounts ther remedy. Services, Inc. County Registry. Said property is Senior commonly Citizens Home are immediatelymay due apply and ow-online at or Applicants Substitute Trustee Said property is commonly known as 2396 Spring Valley ing. is now accepting applications Lisa S. Campbell, 1587 Northeast Expressway call theproperty Human Resources office at (252) 492-206l known as 169 Red Maple Road, Henderson, NC 27537. Said to be offered Atlanta, GA 30329 Lane, Henderson, NC 27536. Third party purchasers for CNAs on allSubstitute shifts Trustee, pursuant to this Notice of SalePosition is open until filled; to request applications. PO Box 4006 (770) 234-9181 Third party purchasers must pay the excise tax, and is being offered for sale, transWilmington, NC 28406 Our File No.: review of applications will begin immediately. must pay the excise tax, purthe court costsWeekend of Forty-Five fer and conveyance "AS IS Pay, Vacation and PHONE: (910) 392-4971 1054.1002233NC /MDN suant to N.C.G.S. 105-228.30, Cents (45¢) per One Hundred WHERE IS." There are no repSick to pay available FAX: (910) 392-8051 in the amount of One Dollar Dollars ($100.00) pursuant Affirmative Action/Equal resentations of warranty relat- Opportunity Employer File No. 09-14405-FC01, ($1.00) per each Five Hundred Oct 27, Nov 3. 2010 NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). A cash ing to the title or any physical, 759114 Apply in Person Dollars ($500.00) or fractional deposit (no personal checks) environmental, health or safety part thereof, and the Clerk of of five percent (5%) of the Citizens purconditions existing in, on, at, or Senior Home Inc. Oct 29, Nov 5, 2010 Courts fee, pursuant to chase price, or Seven Hunrelating to the property being Ruin Creek Road N.C.G.S. 7A-308, in the dred Fifty Dollars2275 ($750.00), offered for sale. This sale is amount of Forty-five Cents whichever is greater, will be EOE made subject to all prior liens, (45) per each One Hundred required at the time of the unpaid taxes, any unpaid land Dollars ($100.00) or fractional sale. Following the expiration transfer taxes, special assesspart thereof or Five Hundred of the statutory upset bid pements, easements, rights of Dollars ($500.00), whichever is riod, all the remaining amounts way, deeds of release, and greater. A deposit of five perare immediately due and owany other encumbrances or cent (5%) of the bid, or Seven ing. exceptions of record. To the Hundred Fifty Dollars Said property to be offered best of the knowledge and be($750.00), whichever is pursuant to this Notice of Sale lief of the undersigned, the greater, will be required at the is being offered for sale, transcurrent owner(s) of the proptime of the sale and must be fer and conveyance "AS IS erty is/are James Poole, Jr.. tendered in the form of certiWHERE IS." There are no repAn Order for possession of


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159 N. Cooper Dr. Northside Electronics. Fri. & Sat. 10/29 & 30. 8am-6pm. Large selection of used TVs. 13" to 56". Starting at $25 each. Clothing Give-Away CHURCH OF CHRIST 1211 Dorsey Avenue (between US #1 & Dabney Drive near CVS) Sat. October 30 8am-11am Men, Women & Children Clothing For more information, call 252-492-2416 Moving Sale! 4265 US 1/158 Hwy., near Greystone. Fri., Sat. & Sun. 10/29, 30 & 31. 8am-until. All house furniture, collection of Lodge cast iron cookware, 2 computers, 46 gal. aquarium w/fish & stands, air nail guns, table saws, skill saws, miter box saw, ladders, lots more! 252-425-3862 for directions & more info. Everything Must Go! Moving Sale. 2247 Warrenton Rd. Fri. & Sat. 10/29 & 30. 8am-2pm. Household, furniture, supplies, etc. Everything Must Go!!




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Collection of Hot Wheels & Matchbox cars. For appointment, call 252-492-0470 after 7pm. Serious inquiries only! Double mausoleum crypt space in Sunset Gardens. $13,000 Value $10,000 919-693-7680






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GE washer & dryer. White. Like new. Hardly used. $350 for the set. 252-432-1395.


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3 mobile home lots for rent. In city w/city water & sewer. $165/mo. 252-430-1981. Announce your Yard Sale here! Yard sale ad info & payment must be made by 10am the day prior to ad publication.

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Warehouse space. 1830sf $150/mo. 3400sf - $240/mo. 15,000sf w/bathrooms $650/mo. 252-213-0537

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* Apartments/Homes * 1 to 3BR. $325 to $995/mo. 252-492-8777 W W Properties 1003A Water St. & 999B Water St. 2BR, 1.5BA. Central heat/air. Gas heat. Recently renovated. Lawn maintained by landlord. $485/mo. 252-430-9099 or 252-492-3358. Apartments 1-2 BR & Houses 2-3 BR Available. Call Tegarris Realty 252-438-6363


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1457 Perry Ave. off Dabney Dr. 2BR, 1BA. Gas heat. $525/mo. Dep. req'd. 252-432-4089. 2BA, 1BA. 728 Harriett St. As low as $400/mo. 252-430-3777. 2BR off Satterwhite Pt. Rd. Water furnished. No pets. $450/mo. Ref. & dep. req'd. 252-432-4601. 319 John St. 3BR, 2BA. Central air & heat. Stove, fridge, washer, dryer, linen closet, walk-in closet. $750/mo. Ref. & dep. req'd. 252-492-0743. 3BR, 1.5BA house $650/mo. 2BR apt. $400/mo. 1BR apt. $375/mo. Ref. & dep. req'd. 252-438-3738.


Business Places/ Offices

1 lg. office suite w/5 office spaces, kitchen, reception area. Also, 2 single office spaces. Across from City Hall, 104 Belle St., Oxford, NC. 919-603-7477 or 919-693-5697. Commercial & Retail Space Offices, storage, warehouses Henderson & Youngsville $250 & up. 252-492-8777 Office or retail space 600 sq.ft., 800 sq.ft., 1500 sq.ft., 1600 sq.ft. 2500 sq.ft. 3750 sq.ft & 5000 sq.ft. CROSSROADS SHOPPING CENTER 252-492-0185

2BR singlewide. Private lot. Outside storage. No inside pets. $400/mo. Ref. & dep. req'd. 252-492-1223.

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The Daily Dispatch


Friday, October 29, 2010

We turn job openings into co-workers.

Post your job openings today, and youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll have the best candidates in no time. Because the sooner you find the right person for the job, the sooner you can get back to business. Find your next co-worker at

The Daily Dispatch - Friday, October 29, 2010  

Newspaper covering Vance, Granville and Warren counties

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