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Spring Daze slated for Saturday in Thomasville BY ERIN WILTGEN Staff Writer

From exotic jewelry to flags to tomato plants, the Spring Daze festival in Thomasville has it all. More than 80 vendors will pack the Chair City’s main street on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., making the event the biggest ever. “We’ve run out of spaces,” said Carol Brown, director of the Beautification Committee. “We’ve gone out and re-measured and even squeezed in some places to make room for everyone.” When Spring Daze began in 2004, the product tents clustered around the depot. “Now it goes all the way to the big chair,” Brown said. “It’s really grown.” Besides food vendors, businesses and individuals selling their wares, and organizations offering information, the event also features live music at the bandstands on Main Street. And with a beautiful weather forecast, Brown said she expects a large turnout. “It’s just a good atmosphere about it, it’s not hustle and bustle,” she said. “It’s not all commercialized. It’s not like a regular street festival.” Vendors offer a variety of goods. Though many

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BOE sets Hege hearing date Board members to meet after May 4 primary BY ELIOT DUKE Staff Writer LEXINGTON — Davidson County Board of Elections voted to proceed with an evidentiary hearing on May 7 to determine whether Gerald Hege is qualified to run for re-election as sheriff. The hearing will decide if the merits of 13 signed affidavits from protesters to disqualify Hege from the Republican primary based on the fact that he is a convicted felon and can not be in the custody, care or control of firearms are legitimate. “In the end, it’s not what we think is true, it’s what we are able to show at this time,” Jon Myers, BOE board member, said during Monday morning’s hearing at the Davidson County governmental building. “In the light of that, while not a determination on the merits and not a definitive answer on anything contained in the affidavits, in order to gain more information so that we can allow the parties to come forward and present their own information, at this time I would make a motion that, based on the verified affidavits, the information contained in those affidavits and the information available to us, that the board find probable cause exists to conduct a full evidentiary hearing to allow both parties to come forward and present the evidence that we need to know to make a final decision.” Myers said that according to

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Davidson County Board of Election members (L-R) Jon Myers, Randall Lanier and Betty Almond review affidavits during Monday morning’s meeting at the Davidson County Governmental Center. Below, former Davidson County Sheriff Gerald Hege awaits the board’s decision as to whether he is qualified to run. of the affidavits to be true, and we look at what is known at this time, I do not think that we have confirmed information that all five requirements have been met.” Hege did plead guilty to two felony obstruction of justice counts in 2004 but had his citizenship rights restored and filed to become a registered voter on Oct. 10, 2008, after completing conditions of his probation. Ruth Huneycutt, BOE director, said that Hege signed an oath saying he met all the requirements to register to vote, but the board has no official

the North Carolina constitution, a person must meet five qualification guidelines to run for public office: The candidate has to be born in the United States or be a nationalized citizen, be at least 18 years of age or older, must have resided in his/her current precinct for the last 30 days, cannot be a convicted felon, or if the candidate is a convicted felon, he/she must have citizenship rights restored and be a registered voter. “While we may believe certain requirements have been met, it’s my personal opinion that we do not have documentation of all those things,” said Myers. “If we take the statements

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Yard sale to benefit ‘Relay’ Ghost hunters make visit to TPD BY ELIOT DUKE

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The cycle of life and death is nothing new to Scott Kramer. As the director of Thomasville Funeral Home, Kramer has dealt with that delicate balance many times. But on Saturday, Kramer will help commemorate those who have fought against that balance through cancer. Thomasville Funeral Home, located at 18 Randolph St., will hold a yard sale celebration — complete with bingo, raffles and live music — from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Proceeds will benefit Davidson County Relay For Life. “We’re just trying to raise some money to get some research going to stop all this suffering,”

A team of ghost hunters spent the night at Thomasville Police Department earlier this month in search of an apparition some officers think has been roaming the halls for more than 50 years. The Winston-Salem Paranormal Society visited TPD on April 10 and stayed from 9 p.m. to 4

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Nancy Joyce (left) and Scott Kramer sort through items for a yard sale to raise funds for Relay for Life.

a.m. in hopes of finding concrete evidence that a specter, believed to be that of a former inmate who hung himself in City Jail No. 1 on Oct. 30, 1956, is really haunting the far west corner of TPD at 7 W. Guilford St. While the team couldn’t guarantee a spirit does exist, some unexplained events that night are at least bringing them back for another visit. “I can’t say for 100

percent certainty that this is a ghost,” Sarah Sherman, lead investigator and cofounder of WSPS, said. “There was too much noise going on outside for most of the night. I, however, found these things to be odd and out of the normal from everything else on the recordings.” Maj. James Mills received a sample record-

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partment, Brian Shuler, 17, was listed in stable condition at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Monday evening after he and two other students were on the roof at THS clearing debris and working on a scaffolding as part of a masonry program. At around 2:10

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2 – Thomasville Times – Tuesday, April 27, 2010 Relay For Life

What’s happening? The Robert Doares Art Exhibit

The Robert Doares Art Exhibit will be held at Baptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina’s Mills Home, Sadler Library, 500 Biggs Ave., now until July 31 by appointment only. The Robert Doares art exhibit is a series of 49 graphite pencil drawings and five oil paintings depicting the life of Jesus Christ. The late Doares was a Salisbury resident who spent 30 years of his life producing the series. Retired minister Dr. Dale Steele serves as host for the exhibit and will lead tours for the display when his schedule allows. The exhibit is free. Groups and individuals are welcome by appointment only. To set up an appointment or for more information, call Ruby Pennington at (336) 474-1260.

Hazardous waste facility closed

The Davidson County Household Hazardous Waste Facility at the Davidson County landfill will be closed until May 5, 2010. For any questions, contact the facility supervisor at (336) 240-0298.

Habitat For Humanity

Habitat For Humanity is seeking volunteers to help build decent and affordable homes in Thomasville. No construction experience is necessary. Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age. The work site is located at 508 Jarrett St. Work begins at 8 a.m. each Saturday and ends at noon. This Saturday’s work will include framing. For further information contact Linda Berrier at 476-8570 or visit www.habitat.org.

High Point’s 2010 Relay For Life will take place Saturday, May 22, 2010, at Southwest High School. Relay is a major annual fund raiser sponsored by the American Cancer Society in the fight to find a cure for cancer. This event will be a character builder for participants while having a lot of fun working with peers from throughout the area and supporting a very worthwhile cause. In addition to the fundraising, there will be plenty of fun, food, ceremony, entertainment and fellowship. This is a family event. To enter a team, contact Rich at 336905-7954, or at rrichray@email.com.

Kindergarten registration Parents whose children will be entering kindergarten next fall are asked to register their children for kindergarten immediately so they may receive necessary information concerning health forms and pre-kindergarten assessment. Children are to be registered at the elementary school in the attendance area in which they live. Students are eligible to begin kindergarten in the fall if they will be 5 years of age on or before Aug. 31, 2010. At the time of kindergarten registration, students will be scheduled for a pre-kindergarten assessment so teachers will have information about students for planning purposes before school begins in the fall. A conference will be held with each parent on the day of the assessment. The following is needed for enrollment: A copy of the child’s birth certificate or other legally acceptable proof of age; A health assessment completed no more than 12 months prior to the date of school entry; Proof of required immunizations; The child’s social security card. Proof of residency may include: Legal guardian’s driver’s license with 911 address; Voter registration or tax listing with 911 address; Utility bill at 911 address. Principals may ask for further information to verify permanent residency

in the Davidson County school district. For more information, contact Sonja Parks, director of elementary education, at 249-8181.

Free pre-K application The last day of Smart Start of Davidson County’s application fair for free pre-k is Thursday, April 29, at the South Davidson Resource Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The center is located at 338 West Salisbury St., in Denton. A Spanish translator will be available all four days. The school will be doing a preschool screening for 4-year-old children the week of May 3-7. For more information, call (336) 474-4160. Parents are encouraged to bring a copy of their child’s birth certificate and two months of pay stubs or college enrollment information for income verification. Applications are also available on the Smart Start Web site at www.partnershipforchildren.org/ moreatfour.htm.

Political group meeting GOOOH (Get out of our House of Representatives) — a grassroots, citizens political group aimed at replacing career politicians with citizen-representatives — meets the second Thursday and the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at Providence Place, 1701 Westchester Drive, in High Point. Enter via the main entrance of Towne Center Mall.

Performing arts follies show The Thomasville/Davidson County/ Lexington Senior Games will host the 16th annual Performing Arts Follies show today at 7 p.m. The show will be held at the First Baptist Church, located at 201 W. Third Ave., in Lexington. Performers 55 and older from across Davidson County will display their talents in dance, instrumental, vocal, comedy/Drama and line dancing. Each category will be judged and awards given to the first, second and third place winners during the follies show. One overall winner will represent the Thomasville/Davidson County/

Lexington Senior Games in Raleigh. Admission is $5 advance and $8 at the door. Children ages 10 and under get in free. Tickets may be purchased in advance at the Lexington Senior Center located at 106 Alma Owens Drive or the Thomasville Senior Center at 211 W. Colonial Drive.

Roller Skating Fundraiser

Thomasville Skating Rink, 1203 Lexington Ave., will hold a roller skating fundraiser Sunday, May 2, from 2 to 4 p.m. A $6 donation includes entry and skate rental. Inline skate rental is additional $2. Pizza and soft drinks will be available, as well as raffles and door prizes. Heroes for Hope shirts will be for sale. RSVP by Thursday, April 29. Space is limited. To make a reservation or for more information, Contact Jennifer at (336) 225-1121 or jbauguss@att.net. Proceeds benefit Relay For Life.

Business expo

The Thomasville Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the High Point and Archdale-Trinity Chambers to offer a marketing opportunity to a larger audience of regional businessto-business connections. The event will be on June 2 from 1 to 4 p.m. in the International Home Furnishing Center. A three-chamber Business After Hours will follow that evening from 5 to 7 p.m. Early registration ends April 30 and saves $100. Online registration for all three chambers is centralized through the High Point Chamber. To register, visit http://highpointchamber.org/Expo/index.htm.

Tupperware Bingo

A Tupperware Bingo will be held Friday, April 30, at 7 p.m. at the Central Fire Dept Community Room, 572 Becks Church Road, in Lexington. There will be a $10 entry for unlimited games, and free refreshements and door prizes. For more information, see the fundraising flyer at www.tw4life.come/upcoming_ events, or contact Misty Kearns at (336) 309-1084 or at misty@twmisty.com. Proceeds benefit Relay For Life.

April 27, 2010

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Chainsaw competition in Chair City BY ERIN WILTGEN Staff Writer The first Thomasville Tourism Chainsaw Sculpting Competition will be held Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon at the Thomasville clock tower parking lot on Main Street. An auction will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday in conjunction with Spring Daze.

Currently 11 carvers have committed to the competition — three from North Carolina. Thomasville Tourism has secured 15 corporate sponsors for the event. One of them — Big Game Safari Restaurant — will offer carvers a discount meal on Saturday night so that the general public can join and talk with the group. Tourism Director Mark Scott says he antic-

ipates a crowd of 5-10,000 people. “Being a first-year event, I was hoping that if we broke even and put out a good product we could do it again next year,� Scott said. “The exposure and the level of interest is far exceeding what I had anticipated. I think it’s due to the uniqueness of it.� Scott said that some of the already built-up enthusiasm for the event

Man charged with sexually VISIT assaulting brother’s ďŹ ance From page 1 TIMES STAFF REPORT Davidson County Sheriff ’s Office arrested a man for sexually assaulting his brother’s fiancĂŠ in Thomasville. On April 5, DCSO received a report of a sexual assault at 1110 Hillcrest Drive where the victim said her fiancÊ’s brother, who was staying at their residence, sexually assaulted her. Following an

STUDENT From page 1 p.m., Shuler apparently tripped and fell through a skylight at the THS vocational building, landing on a concrete floor 30 feet below. The other two students were not injured. “We’re not sure exactly what happened, we’re still investigating,� THS Principal Deboy Beamon said. “Our biggest concern right now is making sure he is OK and has everything he needs. That’s our first priority.� Thomasville City Schools Superintendent Keith Tobin, who was at THS when Shuler fell and went to the hospital to be with the boy’s family, said the student suf-

DAZE From page 1 focus on plants — whether it be flowers and vegetables themselves or gardening tools — since May is the ideal time to begin planting. But the stands branch beyond just gardening. Some booths boast pocketbooks and outdoor furniture, other stations are face painting or the smokehouse from the Thomasville Fire Department. “You have a lot to choose from for the outdoors,� Brown said. “It’s

investigation, deputies charged Eric Lynn Hawk, 36, of 165 Parrish Drive in Lexington, with one count of second degree sex offense. Hawk evaded deputies until Saturday when he was arrested and placed in Davidson County Jail and issued a $50,000 secured bond. Hawk is scheduled to appear in Lexington District Court on May 17.

fered a broken arm and some facial injuries, but is expected to make a full recovery. “He is a very fortunate young man,� said Tobin. “It looked a lot worse than that to me. I just think the good Lord was looking out for him. It was a pretty bad fall and a scary, scary situation. This was a very tragic accident. Anything like this just scares you to death. You never want anything happening to a student. Seeing him lying there was almost overwhelming. We were told he should come through this OK.� Tobin said THS and EDHS share a masonry and shop class. Shuler was transported to the hospital via helicopter.

a great time to buy something for your mother.� The festival also works to promote community, not only in getting folks out and about downtown but also supporting local businesses. All of the vendors come from within driving distance of Thomasville, Brown said. “In a way you’re helping the community and local people,� she said. “These aren’t people that travel from state to state to set up. A lot of them make their stuff. It’s not something you’re going to see everywhere.� The Beautification

ng of some audio footage called an electronic voice phenomenon (EVP) captured that night where slight sounds resembling phrases like “help me, you’re insane and I am hereby deemed� can be heard. Sherman told Mills in an e-mail that there was enough for her team to return at a later time when there is less background noise coming from downtown. “I think I here some stuff,� said Mills of the recordings. “They recorded over in the west end, upstairs part of the building, where we have our old jail cells. They said they found some paranormal activity, and interested them enough that they want to come back for a second night. They mentioned hearing a loud bang and quiet whispers. I was impressed with their findings. We left them alone for the most part and let them do their study. It is a bit spooky back there.� In addition to the recording, Sherman said her team had several experiences during the night, including seeing a figure walk out of a wall and then disappear. There were a few instances of team members hearing unexplained knocks and

Committee holds the festival as a counter-balance to the Thomasville Chamber of Commerce’s Everybody’s Day in the fall. Spring Daze serves as a kick-off, of sorts, to the warmer months.

stems from the high quality carvers attending. “It’s the craftsmanship,� Scott said. “People in the South in general, especially in this area, are used to quality things. That’s one of the reasons I wanted to top carvers in the area. People like seeing a quality product.� The event is free and open to the public. Free ear plugs will be provided.

feeling as if something had touched them. Sherman said electromagnetic field (EMF) detectors went off a few times, but they could not track it to any explainable source. The team also caught several more recordings on EVPs that could not be debunked as coming from outside noise or members of the WSPS. “We feel that there is enough evidence of the possibility of paranormal activity that we plan to do a second investigation in the hopes to capture more evidence,� Sherman said. “Several of us felt like something had touched us.� Mills said Sherman shared her findings with a psychic, who agreed that there may be something to the alleged ghost. Mills said that since the initial article about TPD’s uninvited inmate appeared in the Thomasville Times last Halloween that he has received phone calls from as far away as Japan from people wanting to know more about the phenomenon. TPD, built in 1938, was once home to many city government offices, including the county jail. Mills said the name of the alleged ghost is still not known. Staff Writer Eliot Duke can be reached at 888-3578, or duke@tvilletimes.com.

“Spring planting to me is the prettiest anyway because you just get more bank for your buck,� Brown said. “You want to bring people downtown. To me, it’s the prettiest time of the year.�

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document from the department of probation. Hege will need to provide that documentation to the board by May 5, as both parties were asked to submit their case to the BOE before the Friday hearing. “Your last day of probation, you receive a document from probation and parole that reinstates your citizenship,� Hege said. “That’s the last paper you get from them. It’s on file and it’ll just be a matter of getting them a copy of it. It always goes back to the constituion. All five of the requirements were met, other than a document, and that’s just a matter of faxing it. “The board is going to give the petitioners all the benefit of the doubt. I’m really all for it because I don’t want any doubts either. I don’t have any problems. It’s not a surprise, we expected it.� Hege maintains his stance that he meets all of the requirements to run for sheriff and the fact that he cannot possess a firearm should not play a part in his bid for re-election. Melisia Prout, CEO of Salvation’s Way, a non-profit organization that offers legal counsel to low income families, was happy with the board’s decision and plans to continue the protest on the grounds Hege is not qualified to return as sheriff.

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“This is what I was hoping would happen,� said Prout. “Our next step is preparing for the hearing. We’re sticking to the statutory qualifications. [Hege] can not be in control, care or custody of a firearm.� Prout added that should Hege be defeated in next Tuesday’s Republican primary she would drop the issue. A Hege victory in the primary, however, would not keep him from being disqualified should the BOE find sufficient evidence that he is not qualified to be a candidate. Once a decision is made, either party can appeal to the state board of elections, who will then evaluate the case. Once a ruling is handed down from Raleigh, either party can appeal again to the state appellate courts. According to Myers, a state statute says that a protest can not delay the canvass, a process by which the board verifies all the votes before naming a winner. “At the meeting we will try to determine whether [Hege], for either constitutional or statutory reasons, was not qualified to become a candidate,� said Myers. “If that’s the case, he will be disqualified as a candidate. We will not have a re-vote or another election. We would have to look at the remaining candidates and the number of votes they have.� A run-off election in June between the top two Republican candidates in terms of vote totals from the primary also is possible.

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UnitedHealthcare and Cornerstone Health Care extend relationship TIMES STAFF REPORT GREENSBORO — UnitedHealthcare and Cornerstone Health Care have renewed and extended their relationship that will continue to provide UnitedHealthcare employer-sponsored and individual health plan customers access to care at more than 60 of the physician group’s facilities. The agreement gives UnitedHealthcare customers continued access to the services provided by Cornerstone’s more than 300 plus physicians and other health care professionals. Cornerstone operates offices in Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, Summerfield, Thomasville, Archdale, Trinity, Jamestown, Kernersville, Lexington, Asheboro and Advance. “We are excited to renew our relationship with Cornerstone Health Care and to continue offering our members the health care services for which Cornerstone’s professionals are so highly regarded,� said Garland Scott, CEO of UnitedHealthcare of North Carolina. “Our new agreement reflects our mutual commitment to providing access to quality and affordable health care services.� “2010 marks a new era in the health care delivery system. Cornerstone is delighted to partner with UnitedHealthCare to improve access while working to control costs and striving to provide ever improving quality for the patients in our region,� said Dr. Grace Terrell, president and CEO of Cornerstone Health Care. “We believe the long term contract we have achieved with UnitedHealthcare will enable us to create

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DR. DAVID LIPSCHITZ Health Columnist In 2009, prescription drug use exceeded $300 billion, a 5.1 percent increase from the previous year. As baby boomers grow older, increasing demand for prescription drugs will fuel even greater spending on our already mammoth health care system. Couple the aging population with the recent legislation to insure an additional 30 million Americans, and the need for drugs will skyrocket. In the coming years, physicians must do everything to reduce medication use while still assuring that patients receive the best possible treatment. Reducing the use of prescription medications will require a multipronged attack. Clearly, the pharmaceutical industry has a major responsibility in holding down costs. Americans pay much more for medications than nearly every other developed country in the world. This differential in costs is an unfair and unwar-

ranted burden on Americans, particularly as the global economy becomes large enough to support the cost of research and development. Even when insurance covers a large portion of the expense, it causes an increase in total health care costs that ultimately is paid for through higher premiums and copays. Our legislators can play an important role in resolving this disparity. As with most challenges in U.S. health care, the greatest burden to hold down costs rests on the shoulders of physicians. Drugs that are of little or no value should not be prescribed. This applies to expensive, cutting-edge medications as well as the more common drugs used to treat viruses, infections and chronic conditions. Overuse of antibiotics, sedatives, tranquilizers, antidepressants and many other drugs has great consequences for the health system. Physicians have a responsibility to monitor the use of medications that have serious adverse effects. For example, antipsychotic agents — initially developed to treat mental diseases such as schizophrenia — now account for the greatest percentage of drug expenditures. In recent years, there has been a marked increase in the prescription of medications to treat behavioral disorders in older people, primar-

ily in nursing home patients. Much research has shown that these drugs are frequently used as a “chemical restraint,� turning a wandering, agitated patient into a drowsy, listless person who remains largely bed-bound. Furthermore, all these medications, such as Seroquel, Risperdal and Haldol, have a “black box� that warns physicians and patients that these drugs cause increased incidence of stroke and death when used in older patients. While there are some circumstances where these drugs must be used, they should always remain a last resort. Patients can also play a role in curbing medication costs. Increased direct-to-consumer marketing has dramatically influenced patient preference for brand-name medications. Compelling television commercials persuade patients to seek out a certain medication. This, combined with suspicions that generic prescriptions are less effective, has contributed to rising medication costs. Though generic drugs account for 75 percent of all prescribed medications, they only account for 25 percent of the cost because patented medications are so expensive. Whenever your physician prescribes a medication, consider cost. Ask if a generic version is available and appropriate. The price difference

between brand-name and generic medications is not universal. For example, the brand-name medication Avodart is only slightly more expensive than the generic Finasteride, initially marketed as Proscar. These two drugs are used to shrink the prostate in men who have difficulty urinating due to an enlarged prostate. Thanks to an aggressive marketing campaign to physicians and the general public, the brand-name prescription is used almost exclusively. Whether your prescription is generic or not, tell your physician that curbing costs is important. Empowered patients must always understand the value and side effects of any prescribed medications. Keep an up-todate list of medications and take it to every medical appointment. Ask your primary care physician to go over the drugs taken to assure that all are essential. Like every other aspect of health care, we must all pitch in to help control costs. Dr. David Lipschitz is the author of the books, “Breaking the Rules of Aging� and “Dr. David’s First Health Book of More Not Less.� To find out more about Dr. David Lipschitz and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit www.creators.com.


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Thomasville Times MICHAEL B. STARN Publisher mstarn@hpe.com • LYNN WAGNER Advertising Director lwagner@hpe.com

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR To the Editor The selection of our County Commissioners is an important part of the May 4th Primary. We urge you to support Owen Moore for a seat on that Board. Owen knows Davidson County as his family has resided in Northeast Davidson for many generations. He is against raising our property taxes and current annexation policies. Owen understands the difference between economic development and uncontrolled growth that destroys our environment and creates an unfair burden on our schools. He is a very respected member of his church and community and will give Northeast Davidson the representation that is sorely needed. Owen is a friend to all residents of Davidson County and this is truly an opportunity to elect a voice that will help protect us all. We ask you, on May 4, to cast your vote for Owen Moore. Jim and Susan Hobson High Point

Dear Editor: I am writing in support of Jerry Dockham’s candidacy in the upcoming State House primary on May 4th. Even though I reside outside of Jerry’s 80th District (Martinsville, Virginia), I would like to provide some insight from someone who has known Jerry since we were suite-mates at Wake Forest in the early 1970’s. My grandfather was in the North Carolina Senate for many terms, my aunt was Senator Sam Ervin’s top administrative assistant his entire tenure of office, my uncle was in the U. S. Senate for 40 years, and I had the honor of serving as a page in both the North Carolina Senate and U. S. Senate. So, I believe I have a reasonable understanding of what it takes to be a good legislator and good representative of a constituency. Jerry is a dependable, honorable, hard-working person. He has a wonderful family and has taken tremendous pride in representing his District, in Raleigh, for the past 20 years. During those 20 years, Jerry has gained a great deal of experience and respect, and has proven he can work effectively on both sides of the aisle. Jerry is not your typical politician. He has continued run his Nationwide Insurance Agency in Denton since being elected to the House. He is an independent thinker and takes every vote very seriously. He is humble and loves representing his District. He has sponsored and co-sponsored a tremendous amount of legislation, over the years, all geared toward the support

of the people he represents. I believe the 80th District is very fortunate to have such a dedicated, hard-working, fair-minded person representing them. Even though I am not able to vote in the primary, I hope each of you will respect and appreciate the job Jerry has done over these many years, and allow him the opportunity to continue to effectively and proudly represent you in Raleigh. Chett Bason Martinsville, Virginia

Enemies to friends: How long does it take? VIEWPOINT

Dear Editor: The Humane Society of Davidson County would like to thank publicly the Hot Flash Players Performing Arts Company for donating a portion of the proceeds from their newest play, “The Hallelujah Girls,” to our organization. Performances will be held at Tricia’s Catering in Lexington this Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, and there will also be a Sunday matinee. This event is a wonderful way to enjoy a delightful play and a delicious dinner and to help animals at the same time. We encourage everyone to call (336) 236-8007 or go by Tricia’s Catering and make reservations. Tickets are only $25 in advance. Will the portion donated to us truly help animals? Absolutely. Last year, the Humane Society, a totally volunteer organization, spent more than $79,000 in our program services for animals, which is more than 90 percent of all funds disbursed. We assisted in, or paid the full amount, for 434 animals through our Spay-Neuter program. We also helped 468 animals through our SickInjured program. Some of these animals had owners who were unable to afford veterinary care; others were strays that kind-hearted people were willing to keep or find homes for if we could help with veterinary expenses. Through our Foster Care program, we helped an additional 146 animals. That is a total of 1,048 animals we could help because of the kindness, compassion and generosity of people in our area. Our local cities and county have been hit hard by the downturn in the economy in recent years, and the animals have suffered, too. We cannot help them without public support. We sincerely appreciate the Hot Flash Players for remembering the animals as they give of their time and talent to our communities. Becky Everhart Treasurer Humane Society of Davidson County

D.G. MARTIN N.C. Columnist It is hard to put aside the bad feelings we have for wartime adversaries. It is hardest for families who lost loved ones or soldiers who saw their comrades suffer and fall in battle. Making friends with the former enemy may never be possible for them. We learned that lesson again recently when Fayetteville Mayor Tony Chavonne recently proposed a sister city relationship with Soc Trang, a small city in southern Vietnam. He wrote, “Thankfully, we have seen positive change in the four decades since the end of the Vietnam War.... We have a wonderful opportunity to tell the country and the world that our diverse community, reflective in many ways of America’s military conflicts over the decades, has moved past the divisiveness and pain of the past and today celebrates being a military town and honors those who served.” But not everybody agreed. Some Vietnam Vets said they were not ready for a Vietnamese sister city. “It just dredges up a lot of bad feelings,” one local Vet observed. Another, responding to the mayor’s effort to heal

any remaining wartime wounds said simply, “Sir, I don’t need to be healed.” Even harder to heal are the open wounds from the American Civil War. It has been more than 145 years since Sherman’s troops marched through Fayetteville on the way to Bentonville, the surrender at Bennett Place --- and the occupation of Chapel Hill. In Chapel Hill, people still talk about the time when the Union troops took over the town in April and early May of 1865. Mostly, they talk about how one young Chapel Hill woman “too quickly” made friends with the enemy general in charge of the occupying forces. Maybe you remember the story. Ella Swain, daughter of University of North Carolina President and former Governor David Swain, met Union General Smith Atkins when he made an official visit to the President’s home. It must have been love at first sight. A few months later they were married, over the protest of students, who rang the campus bells for hours to disrupt the wedding ceremony, and in the face of many townspeople, who ignored their invitations to attend. How could a Southern woman so quickly put aside her negative feelings about the soldiers who had destroyed and conquered her region? And, whatever happened to the couple whose marriage got such an unusual start? Those questions have been answered thanks to a new book by the couple’s greatgreat granddaughter, Suzy Barile. She is the author of “Undaunted Heart: The

True Story of a Southern Belle & a Yankee General.” Taking advantage of family records, the writings of contemporary observers like Cornelia Phillips Spencer, and Barlie’s own energetic research, she takes her readers back to 1865 when two seemingly mismatched people fell immediately and deeply in love. Within days after their first meeting, the Yankee general writes love poetry to the Southern belle. She refuses to accept a copy until he modifies it to confess his love for her. Barlie’s book is non-fiction, but her report on the couple’s courtship reads like a romance novel. Less intense, but even more satisfying, is her description of how the couple set up housekeeping in Atkins’s hometown of Freeport, Illinois, and built a happy marriage, despite the loss of children and other disappointments. The family maintained Ella Swain Atkins’s North Carolina connections, dividing her time between Illinois and her native state until her untimely death at 38 years of age, in 1881, while she was in North Carolina. Perhaps Smith and Ella Swain Atkins rushed their peacemaking at the end of the Civil War. But, I think they taught us a good lesson. Better to make peace too early than to wait too long. D.G. Martin is hosting his final season of UNC-TV’s North Carolina Bookwatch, which airs Sundays at 5 p.m. For more information or to view prior programs visit the webpage at www. unctv.org/ncbookwatch.

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POLICE REPORTS

OBITUARIES Index Lexington William T. Childs Jr., 79 Michael J. Colston, 50 Margaret “Evon” Everhardt, 68 William T. Childs Jr. LEXINGTON — The Rev. William Travis (Bill) Childs Jr., age 79, of Archie Lane, in Lexington, died Sunday, April 18, 2010, at Alston Brook of Lexington. Born April 17, 1931, in Bay County Florida to William Travis Childs

Sr. and Grace Mildred Radney Childs, he served as Minister at The Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. Memorial service was held at 4 p.m. Saturday at First Alliance Church with the Rev. Paul Titus officiating. The family received friends prior to the service from 3 to 4 p.m. at the church. The family received friends at other times at the home on Archie Lane. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to First Alliance Church Building Fund, 424 E. 9th St., in. Online condolences may be made at www.davidsonfuneralhome.net.

Michael J. Colston LEXINGTON — Michael (Mike) James Colston, age 50, of Lexington, died Sunday, April 25, 2010. Memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. today at Forest Hill Memorial Park Chapel. Davidson Funeral Home Lexington Chapel is serving the family.

Margaret “Evon” Everhardt LEXINGTON — Margaret Yvonne “Evon” Byerly Everhardt, 68, of Lexington, died Sunday, April 25, 2010, at Hinkle Hospice House following an illness of four

survivor herself. “That’s good for one day.” Joyce actually instigated the hole effort four years ago, when she approached Kramer for a Relay donation. Kramer said he told her that they could come up with something better than that. “It’s easy to throw 10 bucks at somebody or throw 20 bucks at somebody,” Kramer said. “But it’s much better to actually raise money.” And though slightly thrown off that a funeral home would want to throw a party, Joyce said that in retrospect it makes sense. “Many celebrations of life happen there,” she said. “And Scott and Elena are such great supporters of our community.” Since then, Kramer and the Relay volunteers have worked closely together. “Every one of them has a story, and I just fell in love with them,” Kramer said. “The event has been growing and growing every year.” Almost all of the American Cancer Society Relay committee members are cancer survivors, Joyce said. One woman had three types of cancer. Another had been battling for more than 20 years, and a few years ago research

SALE From page 1 Kramer said. “Cancer research is so important to us on many levels. This is going to be a very good year for them.” Volunteers from the American Cancer Society and representatives of Relay For Life will collect $20 per table at the event. Bingo winners will get prizes donated by the community, and yard sale items include jewelry, trinkets and clothes also given from various groups and individuals. “I’m shocked at the amount of clothing and things that people have just been bringing to the funeral home,” Kramer said. “Some of it even has tags on it. It’s not junk, it’s not second-hand stuff.” The volunteers also sill sell breakfast food and raffle tickets. Sophisticated Blues will play from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Community members can come hang out and listen at tables set up at the funeral home — an entire table costs $20. Last year, the event raised $1,400. “I think people know how important it is,” said Nancy Joyce, a volunteer for American Cancer Society and a cancer

months. Funeral will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday at Davidson Funeral Home with Dr. Lowell H. Swisher officiating. Burial will follow in Forest Hill Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Due to Mr. Everhardt’s recent stay in the hospital, the family will only receive friends at the funeral home on Wednesday. Memorials may be made to Hinkle Hospice House, 200 Hospice Way, in Lexington. Online condolences may be made at www.davidsonfuneralhome.net.

All entries in the section are based on information provided in police reports from the Thomasville Police Department.

March 7 • Takisha Monee Drayton (BF, 38) arrested on charge of assault with a deadly weapon at 605 Culbreth Ave. • Mugabi Kareem Wilkins (BM, 24) arrested on charge of DWI at Hyde Street. • Bruce Douglas Hibbett (WM, 42) arrested on charge of compulsory attendance law violation at 1589 Fisher Ferry Road. • Theodore Dewaun Caesar (WM, 25) arrested

came up with a drug that gave her the first clean scans she’d had in 17 years. Joyce herself battled a non-aggresive form of cancer called carcinoid and was told she wouldn’t live to retirement age. “We have lots of wonderful stories,” said the 63-year-old Joyce. “Hopefully we have prolonged the quality of life for lots of people.” Kramer said that hearing the volunteers’ stories over the years has been a humbling yet enjoyable experience. “I’m so happy that I have these people in my life,” he said. “These are friends too, besides. If you really hear their stories and hear what they went through and you can look in someone’s eyes and see them smile. I never complain about having a bad back or having a headache because I know people who’ve been through the absolute mill and they’re great.” And though Kramer said he was always passionate about helping those in the community, after getting to know the women better, he has become even more inspired. “To hear the struggle that they went through and hear about all of the things that they did — I wish to God that we could raise more money,” he said. “It

on charge of possessing a contrlled substance at Trinity Street. • Coreyon Hikeem Southerland (BM, 16) arrested on charge of possessing a controlled substance at 301 W. Main St. • Johnathan Taylor McDuffie (BM, 20) arrested on charge of possessing a controlled substance at 301 W. Main St. • Daniel Nathan Halker (WM, 32) arrested on charge of possessing drug paraphernalia at 1315 National Highway. • Abraham Malik El Amin (BM, 23) arrested on charge of possessing a controlled substance at 1315 National Highway.

truly is suffering, the chemo and the operation. It’s pretty awe-inspiring that a person can go through that even not knowing they’re going to survive and go through it and come out at the other side and talk about it.” The American Cancer Society has already contributed to many breakthroughs in cancer research over the years, Joyce said, including the implementation of the mammogram. But the long search is not over yet. “There’s such a great need for more research to find cures,” Joyce said. “We already have cures for some, but we also need to find better kinds of chemo therapy so people don’t suffer so much.” Joyce said she didn’t know about Relay For Life until after her struggle with cancer. But since she got involved 12 years ago, she has discovered not only the extent of people’s generosity but the beauty of community support. “You realize how common cancer is, how many people it affects,” she said. “For everybody once they become involved, people become almost addicted to it. You meet some of the best friends you’ve had in your life through Relay.” Staff Writer Erin Wiltgen can be reached at 888-3576.

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What a Move

Sports

Kevin Harvick makes last second pass to win Aaron’s 499. See Story Below

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East baseball vying for title BY ZACH KEPLEY Sports Editor

CALENDAR TODAY BASEBALL Thomasville @ W. Davidson 4:30 p.m.

It has been nearly a decade since East Davidson won the Central Carolina Conference championship, but three more wins can end that drought. Currently tied atop the CCC with Central Davidson at 6-1, the Golden Eagles have a grueling three-game stretch

against the league’s best teams. They play at Central Davidson today, then entertain West Davidson Friday before concluding the regular season at second-place Salisbury (5-2) next Tuesday. “We have three big games in a row, and at this point if we lose any of the three, we may lose our shot at a conference championship,” said

BASEBALL E. Davidson @ C. Davidson 7 p.m.

EDHS coach Dan Tricarico. A win Tuesday would put East in control of its own destiny. East could be perfect had it not been for a 5-3 loss to the Spartans in eight innings back on April 1. “You can’t make mistakes against them,” Tricarico said. “We have to be at our best and pitching-wise we have to get

ahead.” East will not be able to breathe easy if they make it past CDHS. The Green Dragons, though 2-4 in the league, have played the top-tier teams well, and nearly won a slugfest against the Eagles in a 10-7 loss. They are a team that could make a serious run in the tournament. “West is young, but they play hard,” said Tricarico.

“If we go into that game not ready to play, they can come up and beat us.” A win against them would give East at least a share of the conference crown, but the top spot for the playoffs is what they want most. “Getting the conference championship and the No. 1 seed is the ultimate goal each year,” said Tricarico.

ON NASCAR

AARON’S 499 AT TALLADEGA

BASEBALL Ledford @ N. Forsyth 7 p.m. SOFTBALL W. Davidson @ Thomasville 4:30 p.m.

CATHY ELLIOTT NASCAR Columnist

Why silly season isn’t silly at all

SOFTBALL C. Davidson @ E. Davidson 7 p.m. SOFTBALL Ledford @ N. Forsyth 4:30 p.m. TENNIS CCC Tourney 4 p.m.

WEDNESDAY BASEBALL E. Davidson @ W. Forsyth 7 p.m. SOCCER Thomasville @ W. Davidson 7 p.m. SOCCER E. Davidson @ C. Davidson 7 p.m. SOFTBALL Davie @ E. Davidson 7 p.m. TRACK CCC Finals @ Salisbury 4:30 p.m.

GAME REPORT DEADLINES: Monday-Friday 9 p.m. tvillesports@yahoo.com

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Jamie McMurray (No. 1) tries to keep Kevin Harvick behind him on the final lap, but Harvick would soon pull to the inside and make the pass just before the two reach the finish line on Sunday.

Slick move gets Harvick the win TIMES STAFF REPORT TALLADEGA, ALA. — It’s a matter of inches at Talladega Superspeedway. Every lap. NASCAR’s superstars run inches apart, lap after lap. It was only fitting that Sunday’s race, called the Aaron’s 499, was decided by inches. Mere inches at 195 miles per hour. Kevin Harvick timed his breath-taking move perfectly, slipping under reigning Daytona 500 champion and race leader Jamie McMurray at the beginning of the tri-oval (on the third and final attempt at a greenwhite-checker finish, no less) to win what was perhaps the most exciting race in the history of NASCAR’s most competitive track. The amazing thing was the closeness of the finish, .011 of of a second, less than the bat of an eyelash on a record-breaking day before a crowd of more than 100,000 screaming fans at the

2.66-mile track. Not only that – it was the eighth closest finish since the 1993 advent of electronic timing and scoring, plus the second closest finish at Talladega. It was pins and needles all the way with a new record for race leaders, 29 drivers led at least one lap. The old record was 28 set in October of 2008. There was also a new record for lead changes, 88. The old mark was 75 set in May of 1984. Trailing Harvick and McMurray were McMurray’s teammate Juan Pablo Montoya, Denny Hamlin, Mark Martin, David Ragan, Clint Bowyer, Kurt Busch, Kyle Busch, Mike Bliss and Carl Edwards. It wound up being a rough day for three of the race’s leaders, Jeff Burton, Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson. All three were involved in wrecks that took them out of contention. Horrible weather on Saturday forced cancellation

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Harvick is ecstatic in Victory Lane after pulling off the dramatic pass to win the Aaron’s 499. of qualifying for the race and points leader Jimmie Johnson started from the pole position as a result of the entire starting lineup being determined by point standings. Kyle Busch went from sixth to first on the opening lap. Then Hamlin pushed Logano out front. By Lap 5, Kenseth led with Harvick second, then Harvick took the

front spot. It was the kind of heartstopping action fans have come to expect at Talladega. Hamlin shoved Earnhardt to the top spot on Lap 7 and then led himself. By Lap 10, fans were still on their feet wondering who was gonna pass who. Drivers were swap-

See HARVICK, Page 8

Opening Night at Bowman Gray Stadium rained out TIMES STAFF REPORT The opening night event for Bowman Gray Stadium’s historic 62nd season has unfortunately been postponed due to rain. Despite the threatening clouds in the

sky, a sizeable crowd still showed up hoping that the weather would hold out. But in the end, the rain showers didn’t stay away. Next Saturday will be the rescheduled opening night presented by Winston-Salem State University

Motorsports Management and featuring the Tucson 200. The night will feature the infamous Tucson 200 in addition to a 40-lap Sportsman race, a 20-lap Street Stock race, and two 15-lap Stadium Stock races.

In keeping with the global climate changes we’ve been experiencing of late, Silly Season has come early this year. For as long as I’ve been a fan of NASCAR, I have believed the term “Silly Season” was actually coined by our sport. The name has typically been used to describe roughly the second half of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, when teams and sponsors and even auto manufacturers begin the process of realigning themselves for the following year. In years past, it was the time when Hendrick Motorsports would announce the addition of Dale Earnhardt, Jr. to its driver lineup, for example, or Tony Stewart would officially reveal the creation of Stewart-Haas Racing. Falling into the trap of thinking the world revolves around one’s own particular interests can prove you wrong in a hurry. Silly Season, as it turns out, is a phrase that has been in use since the 1800s. It is a media-based term that refers to the period of time starting in mid to late summer when “frivolous” news stories start popping up. In the media business, summer is the slowest time of year for hard news. School is out, the legislature is not in session and, in our hemisphere at least, everyone is on vacation. You really have to scramble around to find things to write about, which is great for folks like the guy up the street who grew a giant squash, because suddenly, he’s front-page news.

See SILLY, Page 10


8 – Thomasville Times – Tuesday, April 27, 2010

SPORTS AREA SPORTS BRIEFS SOFTBALL East cages Bulldogs East Davidson secured an easy 12-0 win in five innings Friday over visiting Thomasville. Spencer Embler got the win tossing three innings and striking out eight. Paige Byrd had three hits and three RBIs, Morgan Gallimore two hits and Miranda Mullins two hits. East is 11-5, 6-1 in the CCC.

HARVICK From page 7 ping the lead like trading cards and the race was barely underway. David Ragan led for several laps before Kurt Busch took over with cars lined up four abreast behind him. Drivers shuffled spots like a deck of cards and Logano was back in front at Lap 15. Labonte had moved into the top 10 by Lap 17. Burton led a lap and was shoved from behind by Earnhardt. Robbie Gordon led briefly before Vickers took the top spot. NASCAR tossed a precautionary caution on Lap 20 so teams could check tire wear (Saturday’s heavy rains washed away the rubber from the track). When racing resumed after the pit stop, it was Kurt Busch and Logano who streaked to the front on Lap 25 with dipping and dicing in their rearview mirrors. Vickers took over on Lap 28 with Kyle Busch shoving him. On Lap 30, the crowd went wild when Earnhardt took the lead. Michael Waltrip passed him and led several laps. AJ Allmendinger and Kyle Busch teamed up on the bottom trying to get the lead. Earnhardt decided that wasn’t gonna happen and took the top spot himself. Johnson led Lap 38. Ragan led another lap, then Earnhardt again. Burton took over on Lap 42 with Kyle Busch wearing out his rear bumper. Kyle took over the lead and Burton dropped all the way back to 16th.

Junior Eagles prevail East Davidson’s junior varsity beat Central Davidson 6-3 on Friday in Southmont. Alyssa Harvell had three hits and two runs scored, Rianna Craven had two hits and Terri Vance also had two hits with three RBIs. Haley Ray got the win in the circle. East is 6-6.

Earnhardt took over again on Lap 45 and Kurt Buch was second. Then, Kurt led with Kyle behind him. Keselowski took over with Kyle in tow. At 50 laps, the top 10 included Keselowski, Ragan, Kyle Busch, Earnhardt, Waltrip, Regan Smith, Burton, Mike Bliss, Logano and Menard, and this was subject to change at the blink of an eye. Drivers continued to change spots lap after lap. Sam Hornish led briefly before Kyle Busch went back to the front. Vickers led again with Waltrip next. Johnson went out front again with Earnhardt behind him. Green-flag pit stops started at Lap 64. When stops were complete, Johnson led briefly before Gordon and Vickers went to the front. Positions were changing so fast, it was hard to keep up from one lap to the next. Long before the halfway point of the race, there had been 20 differ-

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ent leaders. Hamlin brought out the day’s second caution on Lap 78 when he spun out of Turn 4. The race was restarted on Lap 80 with the Busch brothers out front. Gordon quickly went to second and then the front. It was more of the same switching, swapping and flip-flopping before the day’s third caution fell on Lap 82 when Johnny Sauter spun in the tri-oval, triggering a multi-car accident that also collected Michael Waltrip, Matt Kenseth, Max Pappis, Kurt Busch, Paul Menard and Elliott Sadler. Racing resumed at Lap 88 with Gordon pushing Reutimann to the front. Johnson and Earnhardt were behind, as was Smith and Stewart but things changed very quickly. At the halfway point, Lap 94, it was Kahne, Biffle, Kyle Busch, Johnson, Ragan, Allmendinger, Speed, Burton, Reutimann, Vickers, Hamlin, who had battled back to 11th, and Earnhardt.

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NORTH CAROLINA DAVIDSON COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS

COUNTING ABSENTEE BALLOTS FOR MAY 4, 2010 PRIMARIES The Davidson County Board of Elections met on 3/1/2010 at the Board of Elections Office, Lexington, North Carolina and adopted the following resolution: BE IT RESOLVED by the Davidson County Board of Elections that: 1. The Davidson County Board of Elections shall meet at 2:00PM on Election Day, Tuesday, May 4, 2010 at the Board of Elections Office at 912 Greensboro Street, Lexington, NC to count absentee ballots. 2. Any voter of the county may attend this meeting and observe the count. 3. The results of the absentee ballot count will not be announced before 7:30PM on that day. RANDALL K. LANIER. CHAIRMAN DAVIDSON COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS

The undersigned, having qualified as Executor of the Estate of MYRTLE M. WILSON, deceased late of Davidson C o u n t y , N o r t h Carolina, hereby notifies all persons, f i r m s a n d corporations having claims against said estate to present t h e m t o t h e undersigned on or before the 27th day of July 2010, or this Notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, f i r m s a n d c o r p o r a t i o n s indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 20th April, 2010.

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April 27, 2010 NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIDSON

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IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE DISTRICT COURT DIVISION FILE NO. 10 CVD 1179 NewBridge Bank (formerly Lexington State Bank) v. James T. McClure, Jr. NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION To: James T. McClure, Jr., the above named Defendant, James T. McClure, Jr.: Take notice that a pleading seeking relief against you has been filed in the above entitled action. The nature of the relief being sought is as follows: The Plaintiff is seeking a judgment against you in the amount of $104,477.10 with interest plus attorney’s fees and costs and immediate possession a 2005 Renegade Motor Home VIN #1FVAA6CV04LL75083. You are required to make defense to such pleading not later than June 6, 2010, said date being 40 days from the first publication of this notice. Upon your failure to do so the party seeking service against you will apply to the court for the relief sought. Dated: April 27, 2010

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April 27, 2010 May 4, 11, 2010 NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIDSON IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE DISTRICT COURT DIVISION FILE NO. 10 CVD 480 NewBridge Bank (formerly FNB Southeast) v. ITM Holdings, LLC and Glen C. Stygar NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION To: Glen C. Stygar, the above named Defendant, Glen C. Stygar: Take notice that a pleading seeking relief against you has been filed in the above entitled action. The nature of the relief being sought is as follows: The Plaintiff is seeking a judgment against you in the First Cause of Action in the amount of $8,773.59 and in the Second Cause of Action in the amount of $21,955.47 with interest plus attorney’s fees and costs. You are required to make defense to such pleading not later than June 6, 2010, said date being 40 days from the first publication of this notice. Upon your failure to do so the party seeking service against you will apply to the court for the relief sought. Dated: April 27, 2010 Bradley S. Hunt Attorney for Plaintiff BRINKLEY WALSER, PLLC Post Office Box 1657 Lexington, North Carolina 27293 (336) 249-2101 N.C. Bar No. 31604 April 27, 2010 may 4, 11, 2010 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in a certain Deed of Trust executed by Olen K. Harris Jr. and Karen C. Harris (PRESENT RECORD OWNERS: Olen K. Harris Jr. and Karen C. Harris), to William A. Hobbs, Trustee, dated January 15, 2004 and recorded in Book 1493, page 1186, Davidson County Registry, North Carolina; default having been made in the payment of the Note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the undersigned, Richard R. Foust, Attorney-at-Law, having been substituted as Trustee in said Deed of Trust by an instrument duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Davidson County, North Carolina, and the holder of the Note evidencing said indebtedness having directed that the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at the Davidson County Courthouse, in the city of Lexington, North Carolina at 12:00 PM on Thursday, May 6, 2010, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following real estate situated in the County of Davidson, North Carolina, and being more particularly described as follows: Being all of Lot Number 38, Kimberly Place, Phase III as shown and recorded in Plat Book 24, Page 37, Davidson County Registry. COMMONLY KNOWN AS THOMASVILLE, NC 27360

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Should the property be purchased by a third party, that person must pay the tax of Forty-Five cents ($0.45) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) required by NCGS 7A-308 (a)(1). The property to be offered pursuant to this notice of sale is being offered for sale, transfer, and conveyance “AS IS, WHERE IS“. Neither the Trustee nor the holder of the Note secured by the Deed of Trust/security agreement, or both, being foreclosed, nor the officers, directors, attorneys, employees, agents or authorized representatives of either the Trustee or the holder of the Note make any representation of warranty relating to the title or any physical, environmental, health or safety conditions existing in, on, at or relating to the property being offered for sale, and any and all responsibilities or liabilities arising out of or in any way relating to any such condition expressly are disclaimed. Also, this property is being sold subject to all taxes, special assessments, and prior liens or encumbrances of record any recorded releases. That an order for possession of the property may be issued pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in favor of the purchaser and against the party or parties in possession by the clerk of superior court of the county in which the property is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered into or renewed on or after October 1, 2007, may, after receiving the notice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days’ written notice to the landlord. Upon termination of a rental agreement, the tenant is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the effective date of the termination. A cash deposit (no personal checks) of five percent (5%) of the purchase price, or seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, will be required at the time of the sale. This the 29th day of December, 2009. _____________________ Richard R. Foust Substitute Trustee Richard R. Foust, Attorney at Law Stamey & Foust, LLP 204 Muirs Chapel Road, Suite 300 Greensboro, NC 27410 Ph. No. 336-834-0510 Fax No. 336.834.0160 April 27, 2010 May 4, 2010

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PT CUSTOMER SERVICE CLERK WEEKEND ONLY The High Point Enterprise is seeking an individual that enjoys interacting with the public. Candidate must have good verbal skills and be very organized. This position will be answering incoming calls as well as calling past and current subscribers to The High Point Enterprise. Position hours are Saturday 6am-11am and Sunday 6am-12pm. Must be flexible in scheduling. Please apply in person at The High Point Enterprise Monday thru Friday 9am3pm. No phone calls please. EOE.

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Immediate Opening 3rd Shift Embroidery Operators. $9-Up D e p e n d i n g O n Experience. Apply in person. 805 N. Main St, Suite 104.

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Immediate Opening, Exp Only, Embroidery Machine Operator. For appt: 472-4420 E x p e r i e n c e d Pressman to operate a Hamada 248 and 3 4 . M u s t b e experienced in all are as of ope rations for a small printing business. Hours 8am4 : 3 0 p m . S e n d resume to Pressman PO Box 701 Kernersville, NC 27285

Security Officers Needed Immediately The Budd Group is currently seeking full time unarmed security officers in the Greensboro area with pay rates ranging from $8-$10 per hour. Must be 21 years of age of older with clear criminal record. Please bring work and personal references, a copy of high school or college diploma or t r a n s c r i p t a n d DD214 if you were in the military when you apply. Please apply in person Monday 04/26/10 a n d T u e s d a y 04/27/10 at 218 industrial Avenue, Greensboro betw e e n 8 : 3 0 a m 4:30om. Immediate interviews will be available. No phone calls, please. EOE Warehouse Help wanted, send resume to 336-883-9562 deadline for all applicants Thurs. April 28th, competitive pay and benefits, start date May 3rd.


10 – Thomasville Times – Tuesday, April 27, 2010

SPORTS SILLY From page 7 Over the years, maybe NASCAR has been a little bit like that. SpeedWeeks and the jockeying-for-position frenzy of the early months of the season consume everyone, but then things kind of shake out, settle down, and we start looking around to see what else is going on, both now and in the months to come. The Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup has expedited this process somewhat. The 10-race format has created kind of a “season within a season,” and although they can still win races, effectively the year is over for all but 12 Sprint Cup Series drivers. Since they have no hope of winning a championship in the current season, they become even more eager to find a way to come back and win one next year. Let the games begin. This year, however, we had barely recovered from the Daytona 500 before the fur started flying. Kasey Kahne fired the first significant shot across the bow, with the announcement that he had signed a contract with Hendrick Motorsports and would be leaving Richard Petty Motorsports at the end of the 2010 season. While still digesting that piece of news, NASCAR Nation learned of some upcoming changes at Penske Racing. Shell/ Pennzoil will leave its longtime partnership with Richard Childress Racing at the end of 2010 and move to Penske, sponsoring the new No. 22 Dodge to be driven by Kurt Busch next year. Brad Keselowski will fill the seat of the No. 2 Miller Lite car. “The key words are solidifying our future and giving some validity to our program. Obviously when you have rotating sponsors every week, there’s some confusion that goes with that, not just with the fans but also with the team itself,” Keselowski said on the day of the announcement. “So to be able to look the guys in the eye and tell them that’s what we are going to do next year and see their faces and see how excited they were about it, to know that there’s ... a solid future ahead, for not just me but for everyone on my team, that’s so very important.” Over at RCR, the future of Kevin Harvick, current driver of the No. 29 Shell/Pennzoil Chevy, is not quite so settled in. Harvick is left with a contract that expires at the end of this season and an abdicating sponsor. The changes leave a couple of major sponsors hanging, namely Budweiser, the current sponsor of Kahne’s No. 9 Ford, and Mobil 1, sponsor of Penske Racing’s third car, the No. 77. That car is currently driven by Sam Hornish, Jr., whose contract is — you guessed it — up for renewal at the end of this year. Confused yet? Just wait. The summer still lies before us, and with all these big names bouncing around, we

still may not know the identity of the guy who will ultimately be responsible for NASCAR’s biggest squash of the season. Obviously, with millions of dollars and some of NASCAR’s premier talent, teams and sponsors at stake, Silly Season is anything but. NASCAR Columnist Cathy Elliott can be contacted at cathyelliott@hotmail.com.

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WEBCAST Games to be webcast ProTeem Sports will webcast the ThomasvilleEast Davidson baseball game Thursday at 7 p.m. and will also have the Thomasville-East Davidson soccer game on Friday at 7 p.m.

Davidson County Community College will conduct a camp June 28July 2 for boys and girls grades 4-12. The camp will run each day from 8:30 a.m.-noon. The goal of the camp is to give campers instruction in the fundamentals of basketball as well as emphasize team play and sportsmanship. Campers will be divided into

groups based on age and ability level. Instruction will be provided by members of DCCC coaching staff, players and other area coaches. Cost is $75 per camper. Make checks payable to DCCC, P.O. Box 1287, Lexington, N.C. 27293. Please mark the bottom left corner ‘basketball camp.’ For questions, contact coach Matt Ridge at 2393819.

GENERAL Concealed handgun class There will be a concealed handgun class May 22, at the Fairgrove Fire Department. The class is from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. This class is mandatory for anyone wishing to get a concealed handgun permit. To sign up for the class call 687-0290 or go by the fire department.

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