Dr. David Lipschitz discusses the dangers of drug addiction. See HEALTH, Page 4
Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Learn the history of Baptist Children’s Homes Mitchell House, as well as the Smith Clinic.
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Two dead after state trooper, car collide BY ELIOT DUKE Staff Writer
A Sunday morning traffic crash in Jamestown involving a North Carolina state trooper left a Thomasville woman and an 11-year-old girl dead. Sandra Allmond, 55, and Taylor Strange, 11, died as a result of a high-speed wreck on Interstate 85 Business at 11:45 a.m. Sunday after a state trooper, allegedly chasing a speeder, slammed into their car at the River Road intersection. Allmond was traveling northbound and attempting to turn left onto River Road when trooper J.D. Goodnight, after clocking a car go-
ing 80 mph in a 55 mph zone, hit her car while in pursuit. The impact ripped Allmond’s Honda Accord in two and sent Goodnight’s cruiser into the woods. Allmond died at the scene while Strange later succumbed to her injuries at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. “[Sandra] was a very sweet, wonderful woman,” Pastor Lark Lewis at First Pentecostal Church in High Point said. “She would go out of her way to help people. She was just that type of person. This is a tragic thing. They left the church [Sunday] morning and it happened shortly after. It has really left the church in total shock.” Two other children, 11-year-old
Elijah Allmond, Sandra’s grandson, and 9-year-old Steven Strange, Taylor’s brother, were sitting in the backseat and also suffered injuries. Both boys were listed in stable condition with head and neck injuries, according to Lewis. All three children go to Jamestown Elementary School. According to the State Highway Patrol, Goodnight clocked a blue Buick Skylark heading south on I-85 Business and turned around near Vickery Chapel Road to pursue the vehicle. Goodnight’s blue lights were on and the light at the intersection was green, giving the
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Family and friends of Sandra Allmond and Taylor Strange gather for a vigil at First Pentecostal Church in High Point See TROOPER, Page 6 Monday night.
Churchland man charged with murder of roommate
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County Commission Chairman Dr. Max Walser experienced epiphany after witnessing disaster. A relative of his — after recently joining the ranks of the Davidson County unemployed — saw his house burn down. With a wife and two young children still in diapers, the young man didn’t know which way to turn. “It was in the middle of this continuing high unemployment that we had in this county,” Walser said. “It really concerned me that there was assistance out there and I knew it and a lot of people knew it but he didn’t know how to access it all.” To get the information out there, Walser formed a committee about three
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232 Roxie Drive, to see the building Lambeth built when he first moved to Davidson County back in the mid1800s. “We had known that the Lambeth House was still standing, but we knew nothing else about it,” Hickman said. “It obviously had a great meaning for me, to be able to try to connect with someone I don’t know how many generations removed.” When exactly Lambeth built the house remains clouded in historical mystery — one account says 1838, but Davidson County Tax Records imply 1834. Whatever the case, historians seem certain that Lambeth — who was born
Davidson County Sheriff ’s Office arrested a Linwood man early Sunday morning and charged him with murder. According to a DCSO press release, A d a m Courtney Hartley, 39, of 9051 N.C. Highway 150 South in Hartley the Churchland community in Linwood, is facing one count of first degree murder and is being held without bond in connection to the alleged shooting death of 29-yearold William Dean Sink Jr. Deputies discovered Sink’s body at Hartley’s residence shortly after receiving a call in reference to a shooting from the suspect at 1:02 Sunday morning. EMS paramedics declared Sink dead at the scene of an apparent gunshot wound. An arrest warrant states that Hartley was arrested because probable cause existed that the defendant “unlawfully, willfully and feloniously did of malice aforethought kill and murder William Dean Sink Jr.” Following an investigation, detectives arrested Hartley at 3:39 a.m. Sunday morning and charged him with murder. Davidson County Sheriff David Grice said the two men were roommates at Hartley’s residence, but would not comment on what led to Sink’s shooting. Sink’s body was found lying on the living room
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SURVIVOR’S LAP Local cancer survivors participate in the Survivor’s lap during Davidson County Relay For Life Friday night at Thomasville High School track. Survivor’s walk the first lap and then are joined by others who continue walking throughout the night to help raise funds for cancer research. Aside from the fundraising efforts, the Relay brings awareness to the devastating effects of cancer, as well as the hopes of surviving the disease.
Lambeth House a historian’s dream BY ERIN WILTGEN Staff Writer Human beings have a strange fascination with walking the paths of the past, and Caroline Hickman is no different. While planning a trip to Thomasville from her Washington, D.C. home last fall, Hickman decided to dig up information about her ancestor, Dr. Shadrach Lambeth. She traveled with her parents and sister, stopping by the Thomasville Visitor’s Center to look at history books detailing her forefathers’ contribution to Thomasville, mostly through the North Carolina COURTESY PHOTO Railroad. The Lambeth House roots can be traced back to the Then the group traveled to the Shadrach Lambeth House, located at 1830s and to the sister of Thomasville’s founder.
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of being involved in a good, healthy walking program. All current hall walkers and those interested in learning about the Senior Centers walking program and its incentive gifts are encouraged to attend. Bring walking shoes as participants will plan to take a walk together following breakfast. Door prizes available. Event is limited to the first 50 people that call 474-2754.
Business expo Big Chair tulip bulbs
Thomasville City Beautification is taking orders for Big Chair tulip bulbs. Cost is 25 bulbs for $20, 50 bulbs for $35, 75 bulbs for $45, 100 bulbs for $50. Mail checks or money orders to Thomasville City Beautification, PO Box 368, in Thomasville. Deadline is October 15. Delivery will be in November.
Yard of the Week
The City Beautification Committee is currently seeking nominations for Yard of the Week. To be eligible for Yard of the Week, the yard must be maintained by the homeowner. Yards that are professionally maintained are not eligible. To nominate a yard, contact Crystal Hodges at 476-8675. Have the homeowner’s name, telephone number and address when calling. Yards are named for the weeks May 1 through July 31.
Workforce Development Board meeting
The DavidsonWorks Workforce Development Board of Directors will have their Board Meeting Thursday at 8 a.m. at Davidson County Community College, Mendenhall Building, room 116.
Hall walkers’ breakfast
Davidson County Senior Services Senior Dynamics program will be hosting a Hall Walkers Breakfast for adults 55 and older. The free breakfast will be held at the Thomasville Senior Center, located at 211 W. Colonial Drive, on May 27 at 8:30 a.m. Come and discover the many rewards
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 business-to-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. Online registration for all three chambers is centralized through the High Point Chamber. To register, visit http://highpointchamber.org/Expo/index.htm.
Concert Sound Factor Country Band will hold a family-style (alcohol & smoke-free) country dance Saturday, June 5. Bring a covered dish to eat at 6:30 p.m. Linedancing begins at 7. Band starts at 7:30. The event will take place at Lil Carolina Opry Dance Hall, formlerly J.R. County Line Music Hall, 8154 Highway 64-West, in Trinity. Cost is free for children 12 and under, and $6 adults. Also, linedance lessons begin every Tuesday night at 6:30. For more info call: 336- 847-9740 or go to www.lilcarolinaopry.com
COPD clinic COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, is a progressive disease that makes it hard to breathe. COPD can cause coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness and other symptoms. Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of COPD. Long-term exposure to other lung irritants, such as air pollution, chemical fumes or dust, may also contribute to COPD. To learn more about COPD, join the
Davidson County Department of Senior Services Senior Dynamics program, along with guest speaker Tom Bainbridge, director of respiratory therapy with Lexington Memorial Hospital, on June 10 from 2 to 3 p.m. at the Lexington Senior Center, located at 106 Alma Owens Drive, for a free educational seminar. For more information or to register, call 242-2290 or email Stefanie.Poore@ DavidsonCountyNC.Gov. Registration deadline is June 7. Open to Davidson County residents 18 and older.
Texas Pete Twin City RibFest The sixth annual Texas Pete Twin City RibFest will be held at the Dixie Classic Fairgrounds June 10 through 13. Several new sponsors have joined the event this year, including the N.C. Department of Agriculture, which will sponsor the Homegrown Music Stage, and “Got to be NC” Village. The 2010 Texas Pete Twin City RibFest also will feature several new rib cookers (ribbers), including for the first time an entrant from Lexington. Joining Lexington’s Whitley’s BBQ as newcomers to the RibFest will be “2 Fat Guys” from Massillon, Ohio, “BBQ Masters” from Morrow, Ga., and BBQ circuit superstars, “Camp 31” from Castleberry, Ala. Returning ribbers include Bib’s Downtown (Winston-Salem), Carolina Rib King (Spartanburg, S.C.), Big Boned BBQ (Hixson, Tenn.), Pigfoot BBQ (Salem, Ohio), and Smokin’ Rednecks (Gainesville, Fla.) This year’s musical line-up is the largest in the event’s history. More than 24 acts will fill up three performance stages. Funk and blues star Cyril Neville headline the event’s “Bayou Blast” night on Saturday, June 12. Other acts of note playing the festival include Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band, Nash Street and Kenny Neal & the Louisiana Band. Brinkley Entertainment will once again provide a full complement of kids’ rides at the RibFest and Captain Jim will again entertain with his magic. New to the Kids Zone this year will be camel and pony rides provided by Carolina Camel Rides of Ramseur, NC. AKA Entertainment & Media will produce the event.
This Week in History May 23-29 May 27, 1989 Willie Floyd Foushee, 29, of Thomasville, was captured in Wise County, Texas, after leading Davidson County deputies on a wild car chase on Business Loop 85 earlier that week. During the chase, Foushee forced a deputy off the road, struck another deputy’s car and collided with a guard rail. Foushee was charged with assault with a deadly weapon (the car) on a law enforcement officer and theft of the car.
May 24, 1991 The state superior court decided to uphold a ban on abortion counseling at federally funded family planning clinics. Abortion rights activists called it discrimination, but abortion opponents celebrated.
May 29, 1997 Davidson County Commissioners approved two state-wide firsts: it voted 4-3 to approve a contract for a fully private child-support enforcement operation and voted 5-1 to approve a shorter tax revaluation cycle. The county tax revaluation would occur every four years as opposed to every eight years.
May 23, 1989 PRETORIA, South Africa — A convicted African National Congress guerilla married his girlfriend in a death-row ceremony. Robert McBride, 25, was sentenced to death in April 1987 for a bombing in 1986 that killed three people. The couple met almost daily over the past two years, communicating through a glass window at the prison. No execution date had been set.
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BUSINESS Edward Jones named No. 1 full-service broker TIMES STAFF REPORT
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The financial services firm Edward Jones was named the No. 1 full-service brokerage firm in the June edition of SmartMoney magazine, according to the twoThomasville Edward Jones financial advisors. â€œAcross-the-board strength vaults Edward Jones into first place,â€? according to the magazine. â€œThe St. Louis-based firm ranks first in three survey categories this year: stock picking, brokerage statement and customer satisfaction.â€? The magazine lauded Edward Jones for growing the number of financial advisors - up more than 500 since last year - to meet investor needs. â€œWe are honored to once again receive this recognition,â€? said Financial Advisor Kevin White. â€œWe are particularly
proud of our client satisfaction scores. Our success hinges on our ability to provide personal service from convenient branch locations. The foundation of that personal service is face-to-face interaction with our clients so that we may understand their long-term financial needs and tailor investment solutions to meet those needs.â€? The firm has consistently been ranked highly in the SmartMoney survey as No. 2 in 2009 and 2008 and No. 1 in 2007 and 2005. The Thomasville financial advisors include: Tim Oâ€™Flaherty and Kevin White.
BUSINESS OF THE MONTH Gordonâ€™s Furniture, located at 805 Randolph St., has been named Business of the Month for May by the Thomasville City Beautification Committee. The furniture store, which has been in business for more than 50 years, recently moved from its downtown location to the larger, more visible location on Randolph St.. The larger building with more floor space and spruced up exterior provides a more pleasurable shopping experience for its customers. For more information on Gordonâ€™s Furniture, call 472-7066.
BB&T promotes Edmond joins NewBridge Bank Ruggiero to A native of Wilmington, TIMES STAFF REPORT Edmond has 38 years of assistant vice GREENSBORO â€” With mortgage experience: 30 president the acquisition of Brad- working for a major N.C.based banking organizaTIMES STAFF REPORT
HIGH POINT â€“ BB&T has promoted Daisy Ruggiero to assistant vice president. Ruggiero, who joined the bank in 2006, is an investment counselor in BB&Tâ€™s Investment Services department based at 620 Ruggiero N. Main St. Ruggiero provides investment advice to BB&T clients in High Point, Archdale, Trinity, and Thomasville. She is a graduate of Guilford College. She holds the FINRA Series 7, Series 6, Series 63 and Series 65 securities licenses, as well as the North Carolina Life and Health Insurance license and the Medicare Supplement and Long Term Care Insurance license. Charlotte-based BB&T Investment Services (member FINRA, SIPC), a full-service broker/ dealer, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Branch Banking and Trust Company. Branch Banking
ford Mortgage Company, NewBridge Bank is pleased to announce that Paul F. Edmond Jr. is a Mortgage Loan Officer at NewBridge B a n k â€™ s Edmond Wi n s t o n Salem Bradford Mortgage office. He is based at 100 N. Cherry St., Suite 400 and reports to Beth Eller, Senior Vice President and Director of Mortgage Banking for NewBridge Bank. In his role, Edmond will continue to originate loans for primary and second home mortgages.
tion and the last eight with Bradford Mortgage Company. Edmond received a bachelorâ€™s degree in business administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He currently lives in Winston-Salem. â€œPaul brings a wealth of mortgage industry expertise to his role with NewBridge Bank,â€? said Andy McDowell, NewBridge Bankâ€™s Area Executive for Forsyth, Stokes and North Davidson counties. â€œHis skills in forging new relationships and fulfilling clientsâ€™ needs make him an outstanding member of our mortgage banking team.â€?
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Addiction is painful, too; drugs must be last option LIFELONG HEALTH
DR. DAVID LIPSCHITZ Syndicated Columnist
The picture of drug abuse in America is changing. No longer limited to experimental teenagers or excessive drinkers, drug abusers come in all ages, ethnicities and socioeconomic backgrounds. Sadly, one of the major sources of drug addiction begins in the doctor’s office with patients turning to narcotics for relief from chronic pain. Published in the Journal of Pain, a research study indicates that between 3 percent and 16 percent of the popu-
lation abuse narcotics. Many clinics specializing in the management of chronic pain are overwhelmed with patients who exhibit drug-seeking behavior. In this setting, it is difficult to distinguish drug addicts from those who truly need these medications. The problem is made worse by the fact that every patient will ultimately build a tolerance to narcotics — over time higher and higher doses are required for relief from pain. Without appropriate supervision, virtually anyone can become addicted to these powerful medications. Because the risk of addiction is so great, some doctors are fearful to prescribe narcotics, and many patients choose to suffer with pain rather than taking medications because of dependency concerns. This fear is an unfortunate side effect of the potent pain relievers because the medications can be lifesaving for individuals with intractable
chronic pain, either from cancer, arthritis, back pain or other injuries. It is important to understand that treating pain involves much more than taking pain pills. An accurate assessment and diagnosis are critical. Comprehensive plans for care must incorporate many different modalities depending on the nature of the pain, including exercise, physical therapy, chiropractic care, acupuncture, massage and physical aids. When dealing with pain management, the principles are simple. Use the lowest dose needed to relieve pain. Because it is far easier to prevent than relieve pain, patients should take pain pills on a regular schedule rather than waiting until the pain becomes severe. If possible, do not take pain-relieving medications indefinitely. When the problem resolves, stop the pills. It is also important to remember the power of your
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mind-body connection. If you believe that a mild analgesic will not help you, it won’t. Be aware of potential side effects for any medication and how to identify them. The first choice for mild-to-moderate pain is acetaminophen, the generic form of Tylenol. The usual dose is two 500-milligram (extra strength) tablets three times daily. If this is insufficient, you may increase to a maximum of two tablets four times daily. If that is inadequate, it may be time to consider an over-the-counter nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), such as ibuprofen (Motrin) and naproxen (Aleve). These drugs can cause gastrointestinal upset, fluid retention and high blood pressure. The recommended daily dose is 400 milligrams of ibuprofen or 500 milligrams of naproxen tablets twice daily. If over-the-counter medications are inad-
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Americans may be the most medicated people in the world, say statistics. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, half of all Americans take at least one prescription drug daily, while one in six take 3 or more. That means trips to the pharmacy are commonplace and individuals need to get the facts before they drop off their next prescription. • Over-the-counter medications may be adequate: Oftentimes prescription drugs are just a higher dosage of an overthe-counter product. For example, a prescriptionstrength painkiller may be 500 mg, while an OTC pill is 200 mg. You may be able to simply take more of an OTC and save on prescription costs. Just check with the pharmacist for substitutions. • Pharmacists know more about medications than your doctor. If you have a question about a medication, it is probably better to consult with your pharmacist. Your pharmacist has spent more time studying drugs than your doctor has and must hold a doctorate in pharmacy or a bachelor’s degree in pharmacology if they received their degree prior to 2004. • Talk to your pharmacist. The pharmacist is required by law to counsel his or her customers. If a pharmacist seems
too busy to talk, take your business elsewhere. Also, it’s wise to ask about prescriptions, considering half of the prescriptions taken in the U.S. are used improperly. Don’t just rely on the medication print-out; ask in person to double-check that you’re getting the right prescription. • Some drugs get extra scrutiny. Prescriptions for pain killers as well as sleeping pills are often examined more carefully than other prescriptions. As a result, it’s harder to be approved for extra refills, regardless of how much you think you need more. • Handwriting woes. A doctor’s handwriting is not just a mystery to the layperson. Sometimes pharmacists have trouble decoding the scribble, too. Electronic prescriptions can reduce errors, but few doctors use this
method of prescribing medication. • Speed up your time at the pharmacy. Monday and Tuesday evenings tend to be the busiest for pharmacies because people tend to drop off prescriptions over the weekend. Also, drive-through windows are convenient for customers, but not necessarily the pharmacist. They can get distracted, and that doesn’t bode well when concentration is needed to properly fill your script. • Not all generic drugs are the same. Generics can save money and are very close to original formulas. But subtle differences between different brands of generics and the original medication can cause different reactions in the body. For blood thinners and thyroid drugs, for instance, you may want to stick with the name brand.
these medications, sees multiple physicians asking for the drug, or uses a month’s prescription in a short period of time. In this case, it is the doctor’s responsibility to recognize the problem and assure that the patient seeks help. There are many wonderful resources to help patients cope with addiction. Talk to your physician immediately if you or a loved one is having difficulty managing the risks of powerful medications. Remember, drug addiction does not discriminate. Anyone can fall prey to the dangers of prescription medications. 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, www.creators.com.
High Point Regional’s Total Care Campaign recognized for excellence TIMES STAFF REPORT
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equate to control pain, an evaluation by a physician is needed. More powerful medications include tramadol (ultram) and hydrocodone, which generally come in tablet form combined with acetaminophen. For those with intractable severe pain, narcotics may be appropriate. However, drug-seeking behavior is much more likely when taking hydrocodone or morphine. Various brand names include Lortab, Percocet, Oxycodone and OxyContin. Despite the risks of narcotics, these drugs have an important and valuable role in patient care. Narcotics can greatly improve quality of life for patients with chronic, long-standing and crippling pain. With medical supervision to assure the lowest possible dose is prescribed, patients can take these medications responsibly. Drug-seeking behavior should be suspected if the patient begins using greater doses of
HIGH POINT – Honored for excellence in advertising in the 2010 Aster Awards, High Point Regional Health System received two Bronze recognitions in this year’s competition. “Receiving two Aster Awards for our Total Care campaign is an honor,” said Aaron Wall, public relations and marketing manager at High Point Regional. “This campaign strategically and creatively illustrates how we get to know our patients first as people.” High Point Regional’s Total Care campaign was recognized in the TV and Magazine advertising categories. The Aster Awards, one of the largest national competitions of its kind, is hosted by Marketing Healthcare Today Magazine and Creative Images, Inc. This elite program recognizes outstanding
healthcare professionals for excellence in their advertising/marketing efforts for the calendar year 2009. The 2010 Aster Awards received approximately 3,000 entries from across the United States, Canada and South America. Participant’s entries compet-
ed against similar-sized organizations in their category. Entries must score at least in the top 85 percent to receive an award. Judging criteria includes: creativity, layout and design, functionality, message effectiveness, production quality and overall appeal.
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War on guns and drugs VIEWPOINT
SUSAN ESTRICH Syndicated Columnist Reasonable people can disagree about whether Mexico’s president should criticize the Arizona legislature in front of a joint session of Congress. What he said was nothing new. Whether it was good manners to say it (as if the Capitol is the home of good manners) is something else. But nearly everyone stood and applauded when he affirmed his government’s commitment to fight drugs and try to restore the rule of law in Mexico. Who could be against that? The short answer, of course, is that we are. We are the ones to whom they sell the drugs. It is American demand for illegal drugs that is the engine for the drug gangs operating in — and destroying — Mexico. And it is American assault rifles, bought at all the gun stores on the border, that are used in the killings. We can argue until we are blue in the face about Mexicans crossing into our country illegally. But what about our responsibility for the guns that cross into their country? What about our responsibility for the demand for drugs, which cannot be fought by putting the Mexican army on the streets there? Why do so many Mexicans risk their lives to pick our fruit and cut our lawns? They are fleeing a country where life is cheap and honest jobs are getting harder to find. And that, without question, is partly our fault. We have a right to enforce our own laws. Every country does. But we have an obligation not to arm the gangsters who are destroying the quality of life in Mexico, scaring away tourists (and in turn taking away decent jobs) and gunning down innocents — all in the hopes of making money from our insatiable demand for illegal drugs. Standing on the floor of Congress applauding some-
one else’s effort to fight the drug cartels is easy. No partisan divide. But what are all those cheering members doing to help? For that matter, what is the Obama administration doing? Eighty percent of the 75,000 assault weapons seized by Mexican authorities in the latest chapter of the drug war were traced back to the United States, many of them to the gun shops that proliferate along the border. Once a great city, Juarez, Mexico, right across the border from El Paso, Texas, is now the murder capital of the world. Maybe what Arizona and Texas and the nation as a whole really need is a ban on assault weapons, more than divisive (and almost certainly unconstitutional) laws that leave children afraid that their paperless parents will be sent away (the question one little girl asked of Mrs. Obama this week). If Barack Obama could convince Congress to pass the biggest health care reform since Medicare and the biggest financial reform since the Great Depression, why can’t he push through a bill supported by police departments everywhere to ban assault weapons? Assault weapons are not used by sportsmen. You don’t hunt deer with an assault weapon. You don’t need one to protect your home against a robber. For years, we waged a so-called “war on drugs” that was doomed from the outset. So long as drug-hungry Americans were willing to pay billions to get high, the supply would be there. If we want it, it will be there. If not in Colombia, then in Mexico. And supplying the Mexicans with the guns to kill each other and thousands of innocents in the crossfire only adds insult to injury. I understand that some folks, especially in Arizona, will take offense at the criticism of a foreign leader. But before we throw too many stones, we should take a look at just what we’re doing to destroy their country and foster the very migration about which we legitimately complain. We’re living in a glass house. Applause comes cheap. Where is the action?
The big news? Not what you think VIEWPOINT
D.G. MARTIN Syndicated Columnist What is the big news in North Carolina? It is not that the legislature is coming back to Raleigh. Or the budget crisis that means more cuts in education. Or the shakeups in state government. Or the prospects for next year’s college athletics. For many North Carolina readers, nothing is more important than a new book by Lee Smith. And we have one, a new book of short stories. Well, some of the stories are new, and others are “selected” older ones. But all 14 of the stories in “Mrs. Darcy and the Blue-Eyes Stranger” are timely. Each of them breaks into a tangled mess of someone’s life situation, probing the most personal and troubling problems and feelings of the main characters. Sometimes Smith’s characters seem a little too weird at the beginning. But before the story is over, the reader is thinking, “There, but for the grace of God, go I.” At least, that is way it was for this reader. For instance in the title story, Mrs. Darcy, who is getting along in years, is
spending time at the family beach cottage with her grown children and their families. All her family is worried about her and who will take care of her as she loses her ability to function. Like Mrs. Darcy, I have just spent time with my family at the beach — on the occasion of a milestone senior birthday for me. My family, like Mrs. Darcy’s, has to face the problem of an aging parent. Mrs. Darcy inspired me to hang on for a little while longer. Truth is, Lee Smith has a way of making me identify with most of her characters, even those who are most unlike me. In the story titled “Big Girl,” Smith put me in the shoes of an obese young woman jailed for embezzling funds to support her wayward husband. At the end of the story, I wanted to go down to the courthouse and make bail to get this poor woman out of jail. In “Bob, a Dog” Cheryl’s husband leaves her for a younger woman. Smith has me juggling the challenges of raising and getting along with her children, dealing with the complicated sexual overtures of different men, and taking care of a new dog that is crazy and worthless. But the dog helps Cheryl (and me) accept the painful reality of her abandonment — and move on. When Smith’s lead character is a man, it is even easier for me to buy into the fiction. In “Intensive Care,” Harold (“who was Presbyterian in his former life”) leaves his establishment wife for a high-school flame. His new
love develops cancer and is dying. Harold visits his old house and realizes that his former life is gone. Regrets? Well, it’s complicated. Of course, I can identify with Joline B. Newhouse, who writes a newspaper column called “Between the Lines.” When you read this story, you will find out that what she leaves out of her column is a lot more interesting than what she puts in it. Smith put me in the wheelchair of the Alice Scully, the feisty retirement home resident who gets kicked out of the writing group called “The Happy Memories Club.” Alice’s memoir turned out to be much too “unhappy” for the Happy Memories Club, but it was just right for me. In these and nine more stories Smith takes her readers into the lives of ordinary people and shows those “ordinary lives” to be full of extraordinarily challenging and interesting situations. If you buy “Mrs. Darcy and the Blue-Eyes Stranger” and read just one — any one — of the 14 stories, you will get much more than your money’s worth. D.G. Martin hosts UNCTV’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/. This Sunday’s (May 30) guest is North Carolina State writing professor John Kessel, author of “The Baum Plan for Financial Independence,” a collection of short stories featuring styles of imaginative and science fiction.
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FROM PAGE 1 HOUSE From page 1 in December 1797 in Craven County, N.C. — moved from Horseshoe Bend in Guilford County, where he had spent his early years. He then bought a farm lying about two miles south of downtown Thomasville and build a red-brick house, the bricks of which were formed from nearby clay. Lambeth was married to Jane Thomas Lambeth, the sister of Thomasville founder, John Warwick Thomas. When Lambeth died in 1853, he left his wife responsible for running the farm and caring for their 10 children, six of whom were under the age of 20. Lambeth’s older sons oversaw the building of a section of the North Carolina Railroad that led toward High Point, the section that their father had contracted. The house was eventually left to the youngest son, Joseph Harrison Lambeth, according to the tradition of the times. Joseph Lambeth, born in 1840, served with the Thomasville Rifles, first as Captain and then as a major in the Confederate army. Joseph Lambeth’s first wife died around 1870, when he sold his father’s house and moved into another home on the corner of West Main and Fisher Ferry streets with his mother, his two sons, his two daughters and a new wife. Since the Lambeth’s left the house, it has been owned by a variety of people, including C.K. Wright, who paid $580 for it in 1883; W.G. Pennington, for whom the house became generally known as
the Pennington place in the 1900s; and Mrs. Roxie Shoaf, for whom the address, Roxie Drive, is probably named. The Shoafs now live on the Lambeth house’s next-door property, and the home has a new owner, who wished to remain anonymous. “The current owner is someone who’s really invested emotionally and financially in the house and is doing a lot of the work himself,” Hickman said. “That probably impressed me more than anything. I feel a better connection to my ancestor, but I think the current situation is even more compelling.” Looking for more surface area in the form of a brick ranch house, the new owner stumbled across the Lambeth house and decided to restore it to its original condition – or at least as close as possible. “I do have a hankering for old structure and property and history,” he said. “I know that it’ll be a labor of love.” He said he doesn’t yet know exactly what he wants to do with the place once he’s finished fixing it up, but he did say that people were welcome to drop by and take a look. And while the owner wants to preserve the home for his own interest in antiques and history, Hickman said such old houses are important to the history of Thomasville. “It’s a really nice example of 19th century brick houses from that time period,” she said. “I think it would open up people’s interest of the area and in the pre-Civil War era.” Staff Writer Erin Wiltgen can be reached at 888-3576.
Two arrested for series of break-ins TIMES STAFF REPORT
Davidson County Sheriff ’s Office arrested two Winston-Salem residents Sunday and charged them with more than two dozen counts of breaking and entering to a motor vehicle and larceny. According to a DCSO press release, deputies received a call regarding a breaking and entering in progress on Arnold Road Sunday. Witnesses provided a description of the vehicle the suspects were driving, allowing deputies to make a traffic stop
GUIDE From page 1
months ago designed specifically to compile a pamphlet with various resources for food, medical care, housing, transportation, utilities, clothing, support groups, home health, mental health and employment in Davidson County. The county’s five municipalities — Thomasville, Lexington, Denton, Midway and Wallburg — all contributed monetarily to the effort. High Point also asked to come on board. “Government usually has a reputation of taking and not always giving back,” Walser said. “Here’s a case where government, the five municipalities and the United Way have come together in a private partnership to help our citizens. Those kinds of things are the kind of glue that holds our society together.” The committee made 30,000 pamphlets ready to hit the streets this week. Walser asked the school systems to distribute a pamphlet to each elementary school student to ensure that about 15,000 of the pamphlets make it into Davidson County homes. To reach the rest of the population, the committee will place the pamphlets in doctor’s offices, police and fire departments, to name a few. The pamphlet, which has Spanish translation, also will be posted on the county Web site and
in a nearby subdivision. Deputies found numerous GPS units and digital cameras belonging Lilly to neighborhood residents inside the vehicle. Deputies arrested Michael Anthony Hall III, 20, of 830 Cranford St. in Winston-Salem, and Danterrise Jabre Lilly, 17, of 133 Jazer Lane in Winston-Salem, for the three initial car break and en-
tering and larcenies. Further reports received from the community led deputies to Hall charge the two with a total of 23 car break-ins, eight misdemeanor larcenies and one felony larceny. The two were placed in Davidson County Jail and issued $160,000 secured bonds. They are scheduled to appear in court on July 21.
DEDICATION The Community Assistance Resources in Davidson County pamphlet is dedicated in memory of Keith Johnson, who died May 8, 2010, after a courageous battle with melanoma cancer. Johnson was director of the Davidson County Department of Social Services. “He was the spirit behind a lot of what we have done since then,” said Commission Chair Dr. Max Walser. “Keith had a big heard, and he would be, I’m sure, pleased that we are continuing this effort.”
hopefully broadcast on cable TV stations. “We realize that a pamphlet like this is not going to provide all the answers even though it’s got all the numbers,” said Lee Jessup, president of The United Way of Davidson County. “You can call every one of those numbers under employment and it may not get you a job. But it’s a start.” Given the state of the economy and the county’s high unemployment rate, the committee thought that providing an easy way for people to find resources available to them — and to publicize those resources — would help the struggling folks of Davidson County. “Those of us that can, need to do something, whether it’s the United Way or things like this,” Jessup said. “We’re not out of the woods yet. It’s getting better, I think.
But there are still a lot of people who are hurting.” And given all of the help available, Walser said county residents shouldn’t have to struggle as much as they have been. “There’s no reason why anybody, particularly a child in this rich county of ours, should go to bed hungry and not have medical care,” he said. “But that’s happening. It’s happening right here in front of our eyes.” But even given the scope of the pamphlet, the committee recognizes that it isn’t complete “We know that this is not written in stone and that this is an evolutionary thing,” Walser said. “As we run out, we will do reprint and revising.” The committee asks that any suggestions, revisions or corrections be referred to Petra Leonard at 242-2200.
OBITUARIES Index Thomasville Barbara T. Byerly, 73 Rex Gallimore, 87 David E. Lohr, 65 Ronnie L. Soles, 54 Lexington Cosie McDonald, 91 Dennie F. Rattz, 71 Other areas Donald Hill, 70 Florence M. Latham, 79 William D. Sink, 29
Barbara T. Byerly Mrs. Barbara Taylor Byerly, 73, a resident of Thomasville, died Monday, May 24, 2010, in the GrayBrier Nursing and Retirement Center. Service of remembrance and celebration of Barbara’s life will be held at 4 p.m. Thursday in J.C. Green and Sons Funeral Home Chapel. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 3 p.m. until the hour of service. Memorials may be made to Hospice of the Piedmont, 1801 Westchester Drive, in High Point. Online condolences may be sent to www.jcgreenandsons.com.
Rex Gallimore Mr. Rex Gallimore, 87, a resident of 5021 E. Holly Grove Road, died Saturday, May 22, 2010. Born in Randolph County on Feb. 25, 1923, he served in the U.S. Army and also supported the cause of the American Red Cross by donating 10 gallons of blood throughout the years. Funeral service will be held Wednesday at 3 p.m. at J.C. Green & Sons Funeral Home Chapel in Thomasville with the Rev. David Hedrick and the Rev. Billy Joe Yates officiating. Burial will be in Holly Hill Memorial Park Cemetery. The family will be at the funeral home Tuesday from 6 until 8 PM and other times at the home of Mike and Jean Hege, 4979 E. Holly Grove Road.
TROOPER From page 1 trooper the right of way. Investigators have yet to determine Goodnight’s speed at the time of impact. Goodnight is currently on paid injury leave and police are still looking for the Buick Skylark. Members of First Pentecostal Church on Green Drive in High Point held a candlelight vigil Monday evening in memory of Allmond and Strange. Sandra Allmond worked at Walmart on South Main Street in High Point
Memorials may be directed to Hospice of Davidson County, 200 Hospice Way, in Lexington. Online condolences may be made to the Gallimore family at www.jcgreenandsons.com.
Donald Hill DENTON — Mr. Donald Efird “Judge” Hill, age 70, of Tysinger Road, Denton, died Friday, May 21, at Hospice Home at High Point. Funeral service will be held at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Briggs Funeral Home Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Johnny Albertson officiating. Burial will follow at Cid United Methodist Church Cemetery. The family will see friends Tuesday from 2 to 4 p.m. at Briggs Funeral Home in Denton. Online condolences may be sent to www. briggsfuneralhome.com.
Florence M. Latham WELCOME — Mrs. Florence Marble Latham, 79, of Welcome, died on Saturday, May 22, 2010, at her home. Memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Bethesda United Methodist Church. Davidson Funeral Home, Hickory Tree Chapel is serving the family. Online condolences may be made at www.davidsonfuneralhome.net.
David E. Lohr David Elias Lohr, 65, died May 22, 2010, at Hilltop Center of Lynwood after a long illness. Born Aug. 2, 1944, in Guilford County to Roby Franklin Lohr and Alma Pierce Lohr, David was raised in Thomasville, attended Thomasville High School and lived most of his adult life in Fernandina Beach, Fla. Graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. today at Prospect United Methodist Church Cemetery with the Rev. Dan Shoaf officiating. Arrangements were made through Thomasville Funeral Home.
Cosie McDonald LEXINGTON — Mrs. Cosie Stegall Ward McDonald, age 91, of Regan Road, Lexington, died Saturday, May 22.
and was a mother of three sons. Taylor Strange attended Sunday school at First Pentecostal Church and was remembered as a young girl who never had a negative thing to say. “They say fathers teach boys how to become men,” Shane Allmond said at the vigil. “My mom taught us to be men because I had a father who didn’t have the backbone to stick around. The thing I’m going to miss most is when my mom knew she was under your skin.” Funeral arrangements were not available as of press time Monday.
Guneral service will be held at 11 a.m. today at New Jerusalem United Church of Christ. Burial will follow in the Church Cemetery. The family saw friends from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Monday at Briggs Funeral Home in Denton.
Dennie F. Rattz
LEXINGTON — Dennie Frank Rattz, 71, of White Dove Drive, died Saturday, May 22, 2010, at his home. Private memorial service will be held at a later date. Online condolences may be made at www.davidsonfuneralhome.net.
William D. Sink
CLEMMONS — William (Wil) Dean Sink Jr., age 29, of Clemmons, died Sunday, May 23, 2010. Graveside service will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. at Westlawn Gardens of Memory in Clemmons with the Rev. Jamie Sink officiating. Davidson Funeral Home, Hickory Tree Chapel, is serving the family. Online condolences may be made at www.davidsonfuneralhome.net.
Ronnie L. Soles
Mr. Ronnie Lee Soles, 54, of 355 Soles Drive, Lexington, died Friday, May 21, 2010, at Lexington Memorial Hospital. Born in Columbus County on Dec. 24, 1955, to Tillie and Velma L. Soles, he was a U.S. Army National Guard veteran. Funeral service will be held today at 2p.m. in the Chapel of J.C. Green and Sons Funeral Home with Pastor Eddie Hill officiating. Entombment will follow in Holly Hill Memorial Park Mausoleum. Military rites will be performed by Davidson County Sheriff ’s Honor Guard. The family received friends on Monday from 6 until 8 p.m. at the funeral home and at other times at the home of his sister Christine, 12794 Old Hwy 64 East, Lexington. Memorials may be directed to American Diabetes Association, 222 South Church St., in Charlotte. On-line condolences may be sent to www.jcgreenandsons.com.
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BY ERIC ROBINSON Daily Dispatch HENDERSON — Two Meg Everhart home runs proved to be the difference, and Ledford will play on in the NCHSAA state playoffs. Everhart hit solo shots in the third and sixth innings of Friday’s 2-0 win over No. 1 seed Northern Vance. Panther starter Kristen Murphy pitched out of jams early, but cruised in the game’s later stages. In the final three innings, the Vikings were held hitless and had just one baserunner.
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Murphy surrendered three hits, walked four and struck out five to get the win. Northern starter Jessica Rowland was also solid, and pitched out of trouble in the second inning. A leadoff walk to Mel Green preceded back-to-back singles from Brittany Williams and Sarah Persiani. But Rowland fanned Jessica Christian and forced Caitlyn Steel to pop up a bunt to end the frame. After the second, the only two hits Rowland
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Meg Everhart is greeted by coach See BLASTS, Page 8 Charlie Brown after her first homer.
NASCARMedia.com CONCORD — After storming from fifth place to the lead when teammates Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch tangled on Lap 93 of 100, Kurt Busch survived two late cautions and held off Martin Truex Jr. to win the Sprint All-Star Race for the first time. Busch’s win made the evening extra special for team owner Roger Penske, whose IndyCar drivers Helio Castroneves, Will Power and Ryan Briscoe finished first, second and fourth, respectively,
in pole qualifying for the Indianapolis 500 earlier in the day. Most of the action in the Saturday night extravaganza was packed into the final 10-lap segment, in which only green flag laps counted toward the total. Joey Logano ran third, followed by Hamlin and Tony Stewart. Kevin Harvick, Brad Keselowski, Matt Kenseth, Greg Biffle and Bobby Labonte completed the top 10 in the non-points NASCAR Sprint Cup race that paid $1,028,309 to the winner. Kurt Busch was well on his way to victory after
completing Lap 98 of 100, but Kyle Busch bounced off the wall at the end of the tri-oval and clipped Kasey Kahne’s Ford to cause the fifth caution of the night. On the restart with two laps to go, Kurt Busch picked the outside lane and took the green flag with Jimmie Johnson beside him, followed by Logano and Hamlin. Busch pulled away again, but before the cars got back to the finish line, Johnson spun across the infield grass to put the race under yellow for the sixth
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It is safe to say that Cuthbertson High School’s softball team is not a typical No. 4 seed. Tied at 4 with East Davidson through five innings, the Cavaliers exploded for two runs in the sixth and five more in the seventh, bumping the Lady Golden Eagles out of the NCHSAA 2-A state playoffs with an 11-4, second round victory Friday evening. Cuthbertson broke the tie in the sixth inning as Morgan Recher led off with a single. No. 9 hitter Lauren Gruber then stepped in, smashing a sinking liner to center. East’s Kaley Key raced in, but the ball dove under her glove and went to the fence. Recher raced all the way around for the score, Gruber visited the plate for a run moments later on a wild pitch. After the Golden Eagles (15-8) went quietly in the sixth, the young, but talented Cavaliers took a stranglehold on the game with a five-spot in the seventh that was aided by a couple East miscues. The first two batters reached on a hit batsman and error, but East pitcher Spencer Embler recovered recording a groundout and strikeout to get one out away from escaping. It would be quite a while before that last out went in the book. The next three batters recorded hits, and errors scattered throughout the inning led to an 11-4 Cavalier lead. “We knew we just had to put the ball in play and just try and make things happen,” said Cuthbertson coach Jason Phelix. “We are young, but we are really athletic and have some girls that can really run the bases. The offense is actually pretty new for us, so I think we are finally starting to come around.” East put a couple runners on in the seventh, but the hole was much too big to climb out of, as Cuthbertson advances to the third round next Tuesday. “They are probably the most athletic team we
See ELIMINATE, Page 8
Myers withstands several restarts to claim victory BG REPORT In just 50 laps, Burt Myers had to deal with more than many drivers do in an entire season. “They made me work my tail off tonight,” said Myers, after taking the checkered flag in the USG Modified 50 Saturday night at Bowman Gray Stadium. After Tim Brown of Cana, Va. qualified on the pole, a redraw of the top six positions put brothers Burt and Jason Myers, both Walnut Cove residents, right up on the front row for the start of the race. Pole-sitter Jason pushed hard to grab the lead during the opening start, but Burt was
See VICTORY, Page 9 Race winner Burt Myers dives under Tim Brown to make the pass Saturday night.
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SPORTS AREA SPORTS BRIEFS BASKETBALL DCCC offers camp 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
BLASTS From page 7 allowed were Everhart’s homers. The Viking senior struck out five and walked one. Northern Vance seemed to be on the cusp of a big inning, but it never came. Murphy and the defense behind her came up with the stops they needed. The Vikings had two runners on in the second, third and fourth innings, but stranded them all. In total, Northern left eight runners on base in the game. Everhart broke the scoreless tie with two outs in the third. Her solo shot sailed over the wall in left center. Her second blast came in the sixth — this time, it cleared the left field
mark the bottom left corner ‘basketball camp.’ For questions, contact coach Matt Ridge at 2393819.
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ELIMINATE From page 7 have played all year,” said EDHS coach Greg Fowler, who was very emotional after the game. “They are well-coached and you have to give them a lot of credit. Yes, we made a lot of mistakes, but they put the ball in play and forced a lot of the mistakes. Sometimes we just cannot get by these one innings.” The first inning played out almost exactly the same as it did on Tuesday for the Lady Eagles. Cuthbertson came out ripping the ball against Embler, accumulating two runs to start the game. In the bottom half of the inning, East got the runs right back with a
two-out rally after Paige Byrd reached by getting hit by a pitch. Byrd went station to station, coming home on a steal of second by Morgan Gallimore. Kaley Key made sure Gallimore got home ripping a single to tie the game. The score stayed knotted until the bottom half of the third, as East scored a run to take its first lead. Gallimore reached on a fielder’s choice, then moved to second on a Caroline Fowler single. Key delivered the big hit again, slapping a single to center for a 3-2 Golden Eagle lead. It was short-lived, with the Cavaliers charging right back with a twospot in the fourth. Singles by Paige Barnes and Amber Hurst were followed by an RBI groundout by
Lauren Gruber and RBI single by Kinny Davis. Staying poised and upbeat, the resilient Eagles brought the offense once again, tallying the tying run in the home half. Summer Pope reached via a fielder’s choice and was replaced by courtesy runner Jessica Esquivel. The speedy Esquivel stole second, then rounded the remaining bases on a single by Natalie Naturile to get the equalizer. That would be the last time the Golden Eagles stayed in contact. “We played hard, but sometimes when things start getting bad it is
hard to change them,” said Fowler. Cuthbertson pitcher Mel Recher was no overpowering, but did a great job keeping East batters off balance with a drop ball. She finished with four strikeouts while Ember had eight. It was the last game for East seniors Addie Chaney and Embler, and their coach was choked up in finding the words to say about his four-year players. “Those two young ladies, there is just a lot to be said about their heart, determination and how hard they work,” he said.
fence. Rowland came into the game having only surrendered one home run this season. Thompson led Northern at the plate, going 2 for 3 with two bunt singles. Amanda Bullock and Rowland had one hit apiece. The Vikings — who finished undefeated in the Carolina 3A Conference to get the No. 1 seed — finish the season at 22-3. They entered the tournament with the best winning percentage in the 3A East bracket. Ledford, the No. 2 seed out of the Mid-Piedmont Conference, will move on to face No. 1 seed Western Harnett of the Cape Fear Valley Conference. Western Harnett edged Eastern Alamance 1-0 Friday to advance.
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SPORTS VICTORY From page 7 able to muscle past him on the outside to claim the lead. Almost as soon as the green flag came out, the caution flag was waving for the first of several cautions on Saturday. With the always entertaining double-file “choice” restart rule in effect, Brown got the chance to take to the outside and challenge Myers. Myers defended his lead, but another caution on lap 7 would put him right back in the same situation with Brown to his outside. This time, the No. 83 of Brown powered past Myers to grab the lead. But Brown’s time at the front was short-lived as a few hard taps from Myers allowed Myers’ No. 1 car to slip back and reclaim his spot as leader.
BUSCH From page 7 time. Busch then put the race away in the final two-lap dash. “Way to go boys!” Busch exulted on the radio after taking the checkered flag. “A million cool one — whoo!” Minutes later, he savored the win in victory lane. “Man, this car was a rocket ship at the end,” said Busch, who had scraped the wall in the third segment of the race. “This is huge. This is one of the big marquee events. We were able to dodge the wrecks and, ultimately, we had the fastest car when it counted.” Hamlin and Kyle Busch were battling on Lap 93, with Busch getting a strong run to the outside of the No. 11 Toyota. Hamlin moved up the track in front of his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate, and Busch hit the outside wall after running out of room. After a blown tire sent Kyle Busch into the wall and then into Kahne, he drove to the garage, tell-
“We got together on the restart, and I got the lead,” said Brown. “Our car was just a little tight for the 50-lapper and it let him get under there and give me a shot to get by me,” said Brown, who became caught on the outside row and fell back to fifth. Myers’ work was just beginning: eight more cautions in the next 30 laps gave Brian Loftin of Lexington eight chances to try and steal Myers’ lead from the outside. Myers was able to stay up front, but it was no cake walk. “It makes you work, even though you’ve got the preferred line. You still have to do everything just right,” said Myers about the restarts. Loftin put up a fight, a few times driving door-todoor with Myers as they battled for position. “It was a little frustrating because we just couldn’t get any green
flag laps,” said Loftin. “I wanted the cautions so I could get up beside him and have a shot at him. But we couldn’t even get two or three laps in. One time, we ran side by side for about a lap and a half until a caution came out. It was frustrating, but it was still a lot of fun,” said Loftin. The win was Myers’ 41st at the historic quarter-mile. Rookie Zach Brewer of Winston-Salem finished second, with Brian Loftin coming in third. In the Webb Heating & A/C Co. Sportsman Series, Taylor Branch of Lewisville brought home the win in the first 20-lap race on Saturday. Kyle Edwards of King finished in second. Gary Ledbetter of Lexington claimed victory in the second 20-lapper, with Robbie Brewer of Winston-Salem taking second.
ing his crew on the radio that they needed to keep him away from Hamlin. After the race, Hamlin, Busch and team owner Joe Gibbs were closeted in the No. 11 transporter, according to a Twitter post from SceneDaily. com’s Bob Pockrass. After a 10-minute break between the third and final segments — during which crews could work on the cars but were not allowed to change tires — Johnson led the field back on the track and then to the pits for mandatory four-tire pit stops. Hamlin was first off pit road, followed by Kyle Busch and Johnson. Mark Martin, Logano and Jamie McMurray followed in the next three positions when the field took the green flag for the final 10-lap shootout. A wreck in the first corner, however, damaged eight cars and eliminated Martin, McMurray, David Reutimann, Jeff Gordon and Carl Edwards. Truex and Biffle transferred into the main event by claiming the top two spots, respectively, in Saturday evening’s Sprint Showdown. On Lap 33 of 40, Truex took the lead from Biffle, who
had stayed out on old tires (as did David Ragan), when the rest of the field stopped for fresh rubber on Lap 18—two laps short of the end of the first segment. Nevertheless, Biffle was able to hold off thirdplace finisher Jeff Burton for the second transfer position. Edwards, who finished 10th in the Showdown, completed the 21-driver field as the winner of the Sprint Fan Vote. Juan Pablo Montoya had one of the fastest cars in the Showdown, but his progress through the field was halted abruptly when he turned across the nose of Regan Smith’s Chevrolet and crashed into the outside wall as the cars entered Turn 1 on Lap 17.
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I. Thou shalt at all times remember that God has called you as a church choir singer for to lead in corporate worship. As thou hast accepted this responsibility, the Lord asketh nothing less than complete commitment to this sacred duty. The Lord also rewards thee with the unspeakable joy of contributing immeasurably to the lives of those thou servest through the gift of music. II. Thou shalt pay attention to the director at all times and do thy best to sing as he doth direct, even when thou thinkest the choice of anthems, interpretation and tempos indicate that he must have been too long in the communion wine. III. Thou shalt remember that only thy best effort is good enough; after all, the Lord thy God has perfect pitch, even if thy pastor can’t hear a door slam. IV. Thou shalt remember that being on time is not good enough. The Lord rewards his faithful servants who arrive early. In like manner,
fear the wrath of God if thou art habitually late. V. When thou enterest the sanctuary, thou art in a holy place. Remember that some worshippers arrive early to meditate in silence. Do not disturb their silence. Even if some of them doth talk, thou must be reverent in thine own attitude, setting a good example. This means no talking, laughing or waving to friends. The Lord gavest thee Saturday to raise Cain but expects reverence on Sunday. The Lord inspired the Psalmist to write: “Be still, and know that I am God.” VI. Thus saith the Lord: The worship service begins with the first note of the Prelude and ends with the last note of the Postlude. Organists do the work of the Lord. Besides, they can get very nasty if offended. VII. The choir loft is the closest place in the sanctuary to the ancient Holy of Holies. Whilst there in worship, thou shalt not partake of any liquids except for communion wine. (If thou hast a solo to sing, and thy throat is completely dry, at least keep thy water bottle discretely out of view. And be sure the clear liquid is water!) VIII. The Lord thy God enjoys lively conversation, even a good joke, as much as the next deity, however, for everything there is a time and place, and it is not during sacred worship. Furthermore, if thou must sleep during the sermon, at least follow the example of one of the wonders of
the Lord’s creation, the jackass, and sleep bolt upright with thine eyes open so as not to detract in any way from the congregation’s worship. IX. When thou singest the hymns, remember that thy job is to lead the congregation to participate in the experience of the holy. Turn toward the congregation and sing lustily, but with reverence. If not clear whether to sing parts or melody, ask thy director, he is the appointed servant of your Lord and knows all things. X. Yea, verily, it is true that Jesus loves thee unconditionally, even when thou singest out of tune. But when thou singest accurately, with spirit, and with a sense of the sacredness of thy calling to serve others through music, it gives great joy to all members of the Holy Trinity. Speaking of joy, when is the last time you told your choir director, or organist, or choir members how much you enjoy their musical offerings each Sunday? Remember most of these people are volunteers who dedicate one evening weekly to rehearsing the music for your worship service each Sunday. A kind word means a great deal to volunteers. If you enjoy the music, by all means tell them so. Until next time … keep a song in your heart! Guest Columnist Josef Walker is choirmaster and organist of Heidelberg United Church of Christ.
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