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Police search leads to middle, high schools lockdown BY ELIOT DUKE Staff Writer

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Officers with Thomasville Police Department carry the Special Olympics Torch Wednesday as a lead into the 2010 games in Raleigh.

Thomasville High School and Thomasville Middle School spent lunchtime on lockdown Wednesday morning as police searched for a pair of wanted men in the area. Thomasville Police Department notified Thomasville City School Superintendent Keith Tobin around 11:30 a.m. that two men involved in a disturbance on Lynella Lane were last seen on Memorial Park Drive, and that one of the suspects may be armed. Tobin elected

TPD carries on tradition of Special Olympics torch run BY ELIOT DUKE Staff Writer

Area police officers participated in the annual Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Wednesday in an effort to raise money for athletes who refuse to be told what they can’t do by accomplishing feats most people take for granted. Thomasville Police Department picked up the torch from both the State Highway Patrol and Davidson County Sheriff ’s Office nearby Pilot Elementary School around 3:15 p.m. Wednesday afternoon and carried it through downtown onto National Highway. Officers then took the torch north where they passed it onto High Point Po-

‘Special Olympics really helps those with physical or mental disabilities find a place.’ — Kisha Yokeley TPD

lice Department, who will resume the run today at 9:30 a.m. starting at West English Road. The torch will travel 2,500 miles in 15 days and more than 2,000 officers and other law enforcement personnel will participate in the run. “It’s a lot of fun,” TPD officer

and torch bearer Kisha Yokeley said. “Special Olympics really helps those with physical or mental disabilities find a place. You forget some of the every day things we take for granted. You always hear the stories about the athletes who have benefited from this program.” The Law Enforcement Torch Run is the Special Olympics’ largest grass-roots fundraiser in the world, as more than 85,000 officers in all 50 states, every Canadian province and 35 countries carry the “Flame of Hope” through city streets. HPPD already has raised more than $16,000 for Special Olympics this year. The torch

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to issue a Code Red lockdown on both THS and TMS while police conducted their search. “Our school followed our safety plan to a tee,” Tobin said. “TPD said they were looking for possible suspects in a home invasion in that area. Because of that we decided to go ahead and lock down the two schools. We wanted to make sure we took every safety precaution to keep our kids safe in case there was someone on campus. Thank goodness there never was someone on our campus. TPD was

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County votes to keep Wil-Cox bridge deal BY ERIN WILTGEN Staff Writer Despite concerns that the North Carolina Department of Transportation would use funds promised to Davidson County to repair WilCox bridge, DOT assured County Commissioners otherwise at the board’s Tuesday night meeting. The bridge — which the commissioners agreed to accept ownership of in March in return for $2.5 million from the state for bridge maintenance and repairs — was closed April 9 after a six-week

inspection by DOT engineers revealed major structural deficiencies. “Basically, back in February of this year, the North Carolina Department of Transportation Bridge Management Team began an in-depth inspection of the WilCox bridge,” said Pat Ivey, DOV Division 9 engineer. “When we did the in-depth investigation, obviously we found more problems out there than we’d anticipated.” Deciding that the bridge was needed for potential

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Mitchell House marks start of Baptist Children’s Homes BY ERIN WILTGEN Staff Writer

One, lonely, terrified little girl traveled through the countryside of North Carolina, crossing the 200 miles from Hertford County to Thomasville by train in the cold November of 1885. Mary Presson, escorted by the Rev. John Mitchell of the First Baptist Church in Ahoskie, N.C., arrived at Mills Home as Baptist Children’s Homes’ first child, frightened

at the huge change in her life, someone present recounted her saying. John H. Mills, BCH’s founder, greeted her at the home’s first cottage, which came to be known as the Mitchell House. The Mitchell House — formally known as the Rev. John Mitchell Building — was originally constructed as a cottage for girls. Now, it stands in the same spot as a restored museum, housing memorabilia, pictures and artifacts from BCH’s history.

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“The Mitchell House really is kind of unique in that it’s still an original structure,” said Blake Ragsdale, BCH director of communications. BCH began in an era when Thomasville was still a village of 500 residents and 18 stores nestled along the railroad. Mills, along with J.C. Scarborough, bought an 80-acre tract of land just west of Thomasville. The two immediately began construction on the

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What’s happening? UCSoD Homiletics Conference

United Cornerstone School of Divinity (UCSoD) is pleased to announce its first Homiletics Conference on Friday and May 29 to be held at Citadel of Faith Christian Fellowship located at 7 JW Thomas Way. The conference opens with a theological luncheon at 1:30 p.m. and continues with plenary sessions through 7 p.m. The Conference Proclamation Event I will be held at 7:30 p.m. with conference preacher Dr. John T. Teabout of Greater Friendship Baptist Church, Newark, N.J. The Conference continues on Saturday morning with breakfast beginning at 9 a.m. followed by plenary sessions until 2:30 p.m. at which time the concluding Conference Proclamation Event II will be held. The conference will place special emphasis on: capturing the sermon ideal, exegesis, historical analysis, biblical interpretation, addressing textual problems and sermon conclusions. Conference facilitators include: Professors Herbert Miller and Nicole Roach and Dr. George B. Jackson, president. The event is free and open to all interpreters of the Gospel. For more information, call (336) 4767218 or visit the web site at www.ucsod. com.

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.

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.

Raffle The Silver Valley Civitan Club is conducting a summer raffle with proceeds designated for various service projects, including those that benefit people with disabilities. The grand prize is a 32-inch flat screen television with the winning ticket to be drawn July 26. Tickets are available at $2 each or three for $5 from any Civitan member or by contacting President Roger Barker at 474-1438.

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.

Suitcase Seminar Paper Management System Two hour, hands-on workshop teaches a simple system for managing papers. Bring a suitcase full of disorganized papers, files and photos. Leave with everything filed and organized. The seminar will take place June 3 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at Lake Jeanette Office Park, 3820 North Elm St., Suite 101, in Greensboro. For more information, call Dorothy at 314-1207 or visit www.SimpleSolutionsPro.com. Advance registration required. Cost is $20.

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Book fair Hasty Elementary School will host a buy one, get ond free book fair Monday, May 31, through Thursday, June 3. Customers pay for the more expensive book, and the lower priced book is free. This Scholastic Book Fair is a great opportunity to get summer reading materials for children. It is very important that children continue reading over the summer vacation so that they do not lose skills learned in the classroom. Hours for the book fair are Monday, May 31, from noon to 3 p.m., and Tuesday, June 1, through Thursday, June 3, from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Shoppers should park in the back parking lot of the school on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. On Monday, it is OK to part in the front parking lot of the school (where the busses park). Hasty Elementary School is located at 325 Hasty School Road

Business expo The Thomasville Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the High Point and Archdale-Trinity Chambers to offer

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

Hospice of Davidson County volunteer training classes Hospice of Davidson County will hold volunteer training classes June 7–9 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Home Care and Administration Building located at 200 Hospice Way, in Lexington. The consecutive afternoon sessions will offer training to equip volunteers in helping patients and caregivers receiving home care services. To find out more about volunteer

opportunities with Hospice of Davidson County or to register for the June training sessions, contact Windy ColeHedrick, volunteer manager, at (336) 474-2068 or via email at whedrick@hospiceofdavidson.org. Applications are also available online on the volunteer section of the agency web site, www. hospiceofdavidson.org.

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.

THS Class of 1962 Reunion

A reunion of the Thomasville High School Class of 1962 will be held on Saturday, June 12, at the Colonial Country Club in Thomasville. Organizers are looking for up-to-date addresses, phone numbers and e-mail addresses for classmates. For more information, contact Alice Ervin at 561-732-1521.

Harlem Nights

On June 19, Harlem Nights returns as a benefit show for the Delta Sigma Theta Inc. Sorority. Joe Robinson heads the Cotton Club Quartet featuring Nick Hayes; Diana Tuffin portrays First Lady of Song, Ella Fitzgerald; Saundra Crenshaw portrays celebrated jazz singer Lena Horne; Phyllis Ottley portrays Lady Day, Billie Holliday.

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FOCUS Military wives and children’s plight Guest Writer

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YARD OF THE WEEK The City Beautification Committee has selected the yard of Jack and Ruth Hill of 521 Lakeview Drive as “Yard of the Week� for the week of May 22. Yards that are professionally maintained are not eligible for yard of the week..

Courses address sustainable practices in construction TIMES STAFF REPORT

Energy efficiency and other sustainable practices related to building construction will be topics for courses to be offered at Davidson County Community College beginning in June and continuing through November. The “Sustainable Tuesdaysâ€? courses are sponsored by the College’s Small Business Center. A series of six, eight-hour courses will be offered one Tuesday each month from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the Davidson Campus. There is no charge for the courses. “These courses should interest contractors and all people in the construction trade industries,â€? said Toby Royston, SBC director. “They are designed for architects, mechanical contractors, engineers, home builders, general contractors, real estate personnel and others building a home or interested in building science, the building envelope - the space we live in - and energy efficiency.â€? Course dates and titles: • June 22 – Comprehensive Building Science:

This advanced building science course will cover the basics of building science as well as more advanced concepts of how building work, balancing energy, moisture and indoor air quality, rain and moisture management, ventilation and optimizing HVAC systems. • July 27 – Residential HVAC as if Comfort Really Matters: Common HVAC problems associated with energy waste and comfort reduction will be addressed, along with advice on how to avoid “fixesâ€? that result in additional problems. Practical “use-it-todayâ€? information and demonstrations will provide instruction on how to properly correct these problems. • August 24 – Building an Energy Efficient Home: Using the newest technologies to construct energy efficient buildings will be covered. A concentration of the “whole house systemâ€? will be presented in this course which focuses totally on energy efficiency. • September 21 – Weatherization Diagnostics: This course is designed to provide students

with the fundamentals of common residential central heating systems, combustion analysis and appliance safety, air duct sealing, insulation properties and applications, base load measures, blower door testing, and an introduction to heating and cooling systems (HVAC). • October 19 – Is it True? Can You Get a House Too Tight?: This course is designed to demonstrate the effectiveness of air sealing and the results of properly developing an energy efficient home. The class will take a field trip and see demonstrations of diagnostic tools. • November 16 – Single Family Dwelling Tune-ups: Students will take a comprehensive look at homes and demonstrate how to evaluate the thermal efficiency of the home. Topics will include insulation, windows, doors, lighting, appliances and HVAC. For additional information, contact Royston at 336.224.4545. To register, call the Davidson Campus at 336-249-8186 or the Davie Campus at 336-7512885.

The wives of our troops and those that are stationed around the world with their military husbands play an important part. I talked to a lady who shared her experience of loneliness while overseas. Her military husband was kept busy. Our government issues the call to the troops and their commitments of loyalty are immediately displayed. Language barrier in communication of another country is very limited. Dealing with boredom and sometimes depression is experienced by some wives as they wait out the tour of duty. The wives are given a choice to go to many places around the world. Sacrifice is made by both as they proudly have a part in serving their country. Wives are to be commended as well as the troops for they all make a loyal sacrifice. Yours is an important role in morale and spirits of your companion. With a role of loyalty to your mate and your country we owe you gratitude. America is worth defending, worth fighting for. Dwight D. Eisenhower said, “The eyes of the world are upon you. The hopes and prayers of liberty loving people everywhere march with you.� If you should come to the point where you feel like giving up, hold steadfast to God. He is with you. Have patience with yourself; put out of your mind yesterday’s regrets

and tomorrows fears. God is your strength and your shield. Hold on for you need not walk alone. You both will be proud of your accomplishments. You have what it takes; now take care of what you have... Military wives are also true American heros. Let’s not forget the military’s little people. Hearts must ache as they watch their soldier Dad and Mom march off to war. It is hard for our troops to deal with their emotions. I do not believe their extensive training prepares them to say goodbye to their children. These little ones do not understand the “why� of mommies and daddies saying goodbye, but in time they will be proud of their military parents. Family members need to be patient, loving with care for those innocent young children. They are venerable, and need a lot of security from family, church, school administrators and friends. A lot of T.L.C. Children deserve happiness and a feeling of belonging. Their future will be filled with uncertainty. Military life is a big difference and especially returning to civilian life requires much understanding. Jesus puts a lot of importance on children. Jesus called a little child and said, “Verily I say unto you, except ye be converted and become as little children ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven. But whosoever shall offend one of these little ones

MARRIAGE LICENSES May 2010 Gary Eugene Moore, 50, of Thomasville, to Patsy Ann Penny, 49, of Thomassville. Micheal Chad Potts, 32, of Denton, to Tonya Ryan Cody, 23, of Dentn. David Dean Grimwood, 66, of Lexington, to Barbara Ann Richardson, 58, of Lexington. Mark Randall Weaver, 55, of Lexington, to Rheba Lynn Turner, 48, of Lexington.

Johnnie Lee Parker Jr., 46, of Dallas, Ga, to Julia Lesley Burnit, 44, of Dallas, Ga. Michael Lawrence Ausburn, 19, of High Point, to Courtney Michelle Shafer, 19, of Fulton Md.

which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea� Matthew 18:2,3,6. We as adults have the choice of helping to make choices with our children. Prayers, Bible reading and teaching in the home, along with a blessing at meal times are very important. God gives us children and expects us to be fully responsible for their training, physically and emotionally. I believe those who would willfully mistreat children will answer to almighty God. Thank God for our military families, moms and dads and pray that God will help them to have a part in the raising of their children for the future generations. Remember to build a safe bridge for your child to cross. Their future is in your hands, Van E. Brinkley is a military veteran and retired hospital chaplain.

                      

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FOCUS Texas Pete Twin City RibFest coming to Winston-Salem TIMES STAFF REPORT

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. AKA Entertainment & Media will produce the event.

Local girls receive Girl Scout GOLD award TIMES STAFF REPORT Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont Council has awarded 153 girls with the highest achievement a Girl Scout can earn- the Girl Scout Gold Award. The following Davidson County Girl Scouts have earned the Gold Award. Natalie Beck, Troop 40984, painted a mural at the Davidson County homeless shelter to help brighten the days of the children who live there. She also led arts and crafts classes with the children, planning crafts they could give to their parents for different holidays. Allison Bourguet, Troop 40815, sewed 150 bags for the residents of Maryfield Nursing Home so they would be able to easily carry around things such as tissues, books or pictures of loved ones. She designed three styles of bags that attached to the residents’ wheelchairs or walkers by Velcro, snaps or ribbon. Sarah Bowers, Troop 41384, devoted two hours a week to helping children at the Martha Best Children’s Center. She read and did activities with the children and helped the older ones with their homework. She also ran a book drive that collected 400 books and built a new bookshelf for the center. Ivey Fritts, Troop 41384,

collected more than 200 scarves through the help of donations and workshops she held where girls learned to knit, crochet or felt scarves. All the scarves were donated to various organizations in the community including the Lexington Health Care Center nursing home, the Crisis Ministry of Davidson County’s homeless shelter, the Genesis House and the battered women’s shelter. Mary Beth Geyer, Troop 41035, developed two community events to raise awareness about equine rescue. She worked with the Horse Education and Rescue Organization, Inc. (H.E.R.O.) and was able to bring in donations of gently used tack for the program. Shana Harmon, Troop 40221, collected supplies for the Pastor’s Pantry, a non-profit organization that provides food for impoverished senior citizens in Davidson County. She educated the community about the organization and also helped organize the food supplies. Rachel Huffman, Troop 40381, gathered donations for the Baby Basics Closet at the High Point YWCA, which provides 55 families a month with basic baby needs. She also organized “Lunch and Learn” sessions and had experts come in and talk with expecting and new mothers about proper infant and child care.

Jennifer Parks, Troop 41384, participated in the Four Freedoms Gratitude Quilt project, sponsored by the organization Operation Quiet Comfort. These quilts are given to injured service members receiving medical care abroad. After jeans were collected, washed and cut into squares, Parks organized a block signing throughout the community and collected enough squares for nine quilts. She also coordinated some church volunteers to make prayer shawls for the soldiers. As one final component, she organized an event for children in the community to learn about patriotism, flag etiquette and flag ceremonies. Jordan Smink, Troop 40353, organized volunteers to make blankets and teddy bears for the children at Victory Junction Gang. She donated more than 50 handmade blankets. Brittney Vaughn, Troop 41153, painted Landmark Estates dining room and hallway. She worked with volunteers to use painter’s tape, replace the tablecloths and sew new curtains. She renovated the outdoors by laying out stepping stones that lead to the residents’ rocking swing. As a final component, she organized a health fair for the senior citizens. The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest

earned award for Girl Scouts grades 9-12. The Girl Scout Gold Award follows in the footsteps of the Golden Eaglet, First Class and Curved Bar awards – previously the highest awards in Girl Scouting. It is a reflection of the dedication and determination of each recipient. After the minimum requirements are completed, the Gold Award project is the culmination of a girl’s demonstration of self-discipline, leadership ability, time management, creativity, initiative and a significant mastery of skills. Each girl must dedicate a minimum of 65 hours to planning and implementing her project, which must benefit the community and have long lasting impact. “It is quite an accomplishment to be one of 150 girls in western and central North Carolina who earn this distinguished award,” said Gayle Rose, vice president of membership/adult learning/ program and property.

“These girls have pursued a personal passion and are leaving a Girl Scout legacy that meets a need within their community. They have also gained valuable leadership skills that will last them a lifetime.” Many colleges look at the Girl Scout Gold Award as an important criterion for college admission, financial assistance and scholarships. Through hard work and determination, this year’s recipients were able to donate a minimum of 9,945 hours of service within their communities throughout western and central North Carolina.

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As morally curious as a root canal BY MONA CHAREN Syndicated Columnist I’m often asked whether I support Sarah Palin for president. I don’t. But I do very much support her as America’s next Oprah. Her cultural antennae are exquisitely sensitive, and she relishes combat. “Sarah’s book club” would be an improvement. After a recent speech in which she argued that “choosing life may not be the easiest path, but it’s always the right path,” the Washington Post Web edition invited responses. Herb Silverman, president of the Secular Coalition for America, thundered that “Palin calls herself a ‘frontier feminist,’ but she sounds more like a Pat Robertson feminist.” Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite, a professor at the Chicago Theological Seminary, noted that “A woman’s life is a human life: Those who would deny women the right to moral autonomy, the ability to engage in moral reasoning about whether to continue a pregnancy to term or to have an abortion, develop their arguments based on assumptions of women’s moral ineptitude.” Debra Haffner, of the Religious Institute, wrote, “In more than 30 years of working with women struggling with the question of continuing a pregnancy to term or having an abortion, I can think of fewer than a handful who approached the decision lightly. Almost every woman wrestled with what would be best in her individual circumstances, and with what her faith taught her.” This is fatuous moral reasoning. Thistlethwaite suggests that to oppose abortion on moral grounds is to “deny women the right to moral autonomy.” Rights talk, as Mary Ann Glendon has observed, has invaded every arena of American life and impoverished civic discourse. Of course women are moral actors. But what is “moral autonomy”? Is it a new right to make immoral choices without being criticized? Does it apply in areas beyond abortion? Do laws against prostitution or baby selling compromise women’s “moral autonomy”? Do all laws? Haffner’s argument is also familiar — not to say hackneyed. We’ve heard it many times. Abortion is a an “agonizing personal choice.” Women struggle with the decision. Well, some doubtless do agonize, but, let’s face it, many do not. Feminist writer Naomi Wolf admitted in 2004 that, “I used to think of abortion as being somewhat trivial; the moral equivalent of serious root canal dentistry.” A recent survey by the Allan Guttmacher Institute found that 50 percent of women undergoing abortions each year are having

their second or more. If the process of deciding on abortion were truly that wrenching, repeat abortions would not be nearly as common. But, in any case, agony is irrelevant. If, before robbing a bank, the thief agonizes about the act, does that make the decision a moral one? Is it a “very personal choice” whether to libel someone? Shall we say that making insider trading illegal compromises people’s “moral autonomy”? These terms are designed to obscure the issue rather than clarify it. Though the pro-life position continues to be characterized by the press as marginal, it has in fact become the majority view. A 2009 Gallup poll found that 51 percent of Americans described themselves as “pro-life” versus 45 percent saying they are “prochoice.” This year’s poll saw some narrowing, but with the pro-life position still outnumbering pro-choice. Only 38 percent of respondents said abortion was “morally acceptable.” The poll also found that young people, ages 18 to 29, were much more likely to say that they oppose abortion in all circumstances today than a decade ago (one in four, versus one in seven). National Abortion Rights Action League president Nancy Keenan has noticed this collapse of support among the young, even referring to herself and her contemporaries as the “postmenopausal militia.” Partisans among the press, meanwhile, continue their rear guard actions, making themselves ridiculous with semantic gymnastics. It is not abortion, it’s “reproductive choice” or “abortion rights.” The New York Times consistently skirts the term “partial birth abortion” as in this story about Sen. Blanche Lincoln: “... Even Emily’s List ... joined the pile-on last week, reminding followers that it stopped supporting Mrs. Lincoln ... after she voted to ban a form of late-term abortion in 1999.” A form. For decades, feminists have argued that the unfettered discretion to harm their unborn children was the foundational women’s “right.” The law has changed little in that time, but the psychological shift has been significant. The number of annual abortions has been steadily declining since 1981, and polls suggest that people see through such cynical manipulations as calling abortion “choice.” By provoking their ire, Palin reminds us of the shallowness of the “pro-choice” case.

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DAVID HARSANYI Syndicated Columnist Every crisis is an opportunity for someone. The giant oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is one for both Democrats and Republicans, who are shaping the same facts to fit very different narratives. Democrats see it as an example of the dangers of petroleum addiction and unchecked capitalism. Republicans think it shows the administration is proving both its excessively cozy relationship with Big Oil and its chronic ineptitude. But they may both miss the larger vein of popular sentiment that this mammoth catastrophe taps. It’s one of a series of horrifying, infuriating and preventable debacles that has served to spread disillusionment and disgust with important institutions. Rather than generate a search for solutions, it feeds the notion that there are none. It sows a sense of helplessness in the face of events that hurtle out of anyone’s control. BP was drilling for oil at depths that only recently were impossible. The company had solved the puzzle of how to carry out extraction a mile underwater. Unfortunately, it neglected to devise a reliable way to cap an unplanned blowout at that depth. It’s as though the Apollo engineers landed men on the moon without being entirely sure how

it would get them back. So the problem has rapidly expanded, as the smart folks in charge turn out to be not so smart, the government is unable to discharge its obligation and ordinary people who had nothing to do with the failure suffer the consequences. Hubris induced leaders to take big chances without appreciating or preparing for the likely consequences if they turned out to be wrong — which they were, in spades. This is not a new story but a recurring one. It describes the invasion of Iraq. It describes the failures that led to the destruction of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. It describes the financial crisis that led to the worst economic collapse since the Great Depression. It describes the explosion of the federal budget and the government debt in the last two years. The aftermath of each event was chaos and pain, which seemed to surprise no one more than the architects of each failure. But the cost of their errors ended up being borne by those beneath them — soldiers in Iraq, homeowners in New Orleans, workers in companies far removed from Wall Street and taxpayers whose liabilities multiply like rabbits. Those at the top, by contrast, get off easy. George W. Bush earns $7 million for his memoirs, while Goldman Sachs remains in business, making record profits. Time and again, we are led into uncharted territory by leaders of one kind or another. We end up wandering in the wilderness while they proceed to the Promised Land. The culprits bring to mind the description of the Buchanans in “The Great Gatsby”: “They were careless people, Tom and Daisy

— they smashed up things and creatures and then retreated back into their money or their vast carelessness, or whatever it was that kept them together, and let other people clean up the mess they had made.” Is it any wonder that angry populism and dark paranoia now dominate our discourse? Is it any wonder that so many citizens harbor so much distrust for established institutions? In 1966, four out of five Americans trusted government to do the right thing all or most of the time. Today, four out of five do not. The disenchantment is not just with politicians. A recent poll by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press found that most of us have negative opinions of financial institutions, large corporations, the national news media and the entertainment industry. Even scientists have no great credibility. The more climate specialists converge in alarm about global warming, the less public support they find for measures to counter it. Asked to make sacrifices by experts who claim to know what they’re doing, a lot of Americans think they should go hug a tree. None of this facilitates rational policymaking or sensible use of our imperfect knowledge. It just fosters cynicism, nihilism and conspiracy-mongering. It suggests that honest, well-intentioned effort is a waste of time. It leaves us all feeling like a Louisiana beach — drenched in filth and very badly used. Steve Chapman blogs daily at newsblogs.chicagotribune. com/steve_chapman. To find out more about Steve Chapman, and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit website at www.creators.com.

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OBITUARIES

Thomasville William D. Howington, 87 Nova Kennedy, 95 Lexington Doris T. Bivens, 83 Donald L. Parrish, 68

Doris T. Bivens

LEXINGTON — Doris Tackett Bivens, age 83, of Lexington, died Tuesday, May 25, 2010. Funeral service will be held at 3 p.m. today at Tyro United Methodist Church. Arrangements by Davidson Funeral Home, Lexington.

William D. Howington

Nova Kennedy Mrs. Nova Alice Hunt Kennedy, 95, a resident of Sullivan Road, died Monday evening, May 24, 2010, in the Hospice Home at High Point. She was born April 23, 1915, in Davidson County, a daughter of William Causey Hunt and Daisy Imbler Hunt. She was a retired employee of Kayby Hosiery Mills, Inc. Mrs. Kennedy was a member of Victory Chapel of Thomasville. She loved crocheting and gardening. Mrs. Kennedy loved and truly cared for people. On Aug. 20, 1931, she was married to Arthur Clifford Kennedy, who died Aug. 15, 2001. She was also preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Bertha and Myrtle; brothers, Harvey, Dew-

HOUSE From page 1 Mitchell House for girls and the Watson House for boys, both built from the stumps of trees cut when clearing the property. The houses were designed to hold about 24 children, a teacher and a matron — or cottage mother — though in bad times the cottages packed 35 or even 40 children under their roofs. In about 1966, the Mitchell House became a family-style cottage with brothers and sisters living together. After undergoing multiple renovations over the years, BCH turned the Mitchell House over to alumni of the home in 1982. Four alumni in particular spearheaded the movement to turn the old cottage into a museum — Estie and Richard Bennington, Lib Johnson, and Elizabeth Dull. Together, the alumni restored the house and worked to get it listed on the National Register of Historic Places. They raised their own funds to cover their efforts and set up a small endowment fund. Inside the museum, artifacts from Mills Home’s history rest in display cases and on shelves. One of the first printing presses owned by Mills Home and used to print the Orphanage newspaper Charity and Children sits there, along with the desk of John Mills. Furniture from various buildings that have been torn down over the years litters the rooms, including a bed and

SEARCH From page 1 out there and really made us feel safe.” The lockdown lasted for less than an hour, THS principal Deboy Beamon said, and no students were in any danger. Police eventually arrested the two suspects a short time later at a nearby apartment complex. According to a TPD press release, officers responded to a disturbance call Wednesday morning at 203 Lynella Lane. Sgt. Les Rickard said the exact nature of the disturbance is still under investigation, but three suspects, two males and one female, were involved. Shortly after receiving the call, officers stopped a vehicle

matching the description of the one seen leaving the incident on Memorial Park Drive. Two black males and a black female ran from the vehicle, but the woman stopped and returned where police arrested her. “The nature of what happened is still pretty vague,” said Rickard. “We don’t know if it was a robbery or really what happened at this time.” Police continued searching for the other two suspects and later arrested them on Salem Street near Salem Point Apartments without incident. Aldrika Dashun Davis, 22, of United Street in Greensboro, is charged with felony kidnapping. Frank Arthur Gladney III, 24, of Thomas Street in High Point, and Tyree

dental equipment from the old infirmary. Band instruments lay strewn atop armchair-style desks the children had in their cottages for study hall. “It’s our heritage,” Ragsdale said. “We harken back to our origins in history.” An old school bell, minted in 1887, also sits in the Mitchell House museum. The bell at one time called children to school when they still attended class on campus. In 1952, that bell moved to a church, calling kids to mass as well as to outdoor play in the summertime. “The bell is probably one of the most cherished items in the building because it sort of governed our lives for us,” Johnson said. Right outside the Mitchell House sits a circular swing the BCH children used to call an ocean wave. Johnson says she remembers standing on the huge contraption, her friends pushing her while she used her body motion to propel the swing around and around and around. “It was a good life we had, and it was a secure life,” said Johnson, who lived in the Mitchell House in her days at BCH from 1946-57. “My friends I made there are my best friends today still.” For Johnson and many of the BCH alumni, the museum serves as a source of family heirlooms, in a sense, tying them to their own history. “The people that grew up in Mills Home, most of them get a real attachment to it,” Johnson said. “It’s kind of a way to claim ownership and a way to preserve what for us was a really good life. It’s just like anybody who hangs on to the good childhood memories.”

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William D. Howington, 87, resident of Thomasville, died Tuesday, May 25, 2010, at his residence. He was born Jan. 26, 1923, in Commerce, Ga., a son of the late Jewel and Lois Ginn Howington. He had been a resident of Thomasville for the past seven years after moving from Archdale, where he had resided for 42 years. He was a retired employee of Associated Sprinkler Company in Greensboro. A member of Greenwood Baptist Church in Thomasville, Mr. Howington was a former Sunday school teacher and deacon. He was also a member of the Junior Order and served on the board of Bethel Colony of Mercy. In addition to his parents, Mr. Howington was preceded in death by a son, Jim Howington, and a daughter, Connie Ann

ey and Alvah; and her grandson, Joel Segers. Surviving are two daughters, Tula Joyce Ward and husband, Bruce, and Vida Segers and husband, Richard, all of Thomasville; a granddaughter, Julie Segers Byrum and husband, Brent, of Kernersville; several nieces and nephews and a host of friends. Funeral service will be held today at 1 p.m. in J.C. Green & Sons Chapel with the Rev. William “Bill” Brown officiating. Burial will follow in Faith Community Chapel Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral today from 11:30 a.m. until the service hour and other times at their respective homes. The family request any memorials be directed to Hospice of the Piedmont, 1801 Westchester Drive, in High Point, or to Victory Chapel, c/o Mrs. Angela Brown, 1162 Sullivan Road. Online condolences may be sent to the Kennedy family at www. jcgreenandsons.com. ***

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Howington. He was married to the former Fleetwood Hubbard, who survives of the residence. Also surviving is one son, Michael A. Howington and his wife, Linda, of Wallburg; a daughter-in-law, Laurene Howington, of Burlington; one sister, Janie Brown, of Reidsville; four grandchildren; two greatgrandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. Funeral service will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Cumby Family Funeral Service in Archdale. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the funeral home. Interment will be at Holly Hill Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers will be David Howington, Scott Howington, Ben Howington, Charles Howington, Donnie Hubbard and Steve Hubbard. Online condolences may be made at www. cumbyfuneral.com. ***

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Youth bodes well for Legion team BY DANIEL KENNEDY Times Correspondent

CALENDAR TODAY CPL

Forest City @ HiToms 7 p.m.

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WINSTON-SALEM – A feeling of optimism surrounds the American Legion’s Thomasville-Davidson Baseball team as it prepares for action on the diamond this summer. Coach Dale Moser welcomes a fleet of high school players from East Davidson, Ledford, Central Davidson and Western Guilford to make up a very deep roster. Having just completed postseason play for their respective schools, the players are excited to make

‘I will have the advantage of throwing several arms throughout the season and hitting will get better ...’ — Coach Dale Moser Title their mark on what should be a successful summer. “We have a very young team,” Moser said. “I still have several 16-year-olds this year, so we’re

not an experienced Legion team by any stretch. I will have the advantage of throwing several arms throughout the season and the hitting will get better as the season moves along.” The top of that rotation begins with Ledford standout Jonathan Colyn and Central’s Cody Beck, who opened the season in ideal fashion Saturday evening with an 8-2 victory over Winston-Salem. Colyn started the game and pitched 5 2/3 innings, allowing two unearned runs on seven hits.

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CPL

HiToms @ Asheboro 7:05 p.m. LEGION

E. Randolph @ Post 87 6 p.m.

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Thomasville @ Post 87 2 p.m.

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HiToms @ Forest City 7:05 p.m. LEGION

Danville @ Post 87 6 p.m.

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Post 87’s Ben Fultz tries to corral a pic-off attempt as Kernersville’s Tyler Surface dives back to first base Wednesday evening at Finch Field. The Junior HiToms clubbed four homeruns through three innings, including three in the second, to open up a 8-0 lead over Post 36. Check Saturday’s Times for a game recap.

HiToms ready to take the field BY STEVE HANF High Point Enterprise The players continue trickling in to Finch Field, even as the Thomasville HiToms’ 12th season in the Coastal Plain League opens tonight. The fun that marked three straight CPL championships from 2006-08 seems to have returned already after a challenging 2009 campaign. “Go out and have fun. It’s baseball – we’ve played the same game since we were in teeball,” HiToms pitcher Kyle Barbeck said. “Nothing changes. Definitely enjoy it a lot more than last year and hopefully we’ll win again.” Barbeck is among a returning group that includes local stars Murray White IV and Daniel Kassouf. They entered last year with high hopes for another recordbreaking summer in the woodenbat league for college standouts, but saw uncharacteristic struggles mount. Manager Ray Greene was let go in July in favor of assistant Tom Dorzweiler. The HiToms managed to finish 26-29 and just make the playoffs, leading team president Greg Suire to invite Dorzweiler back this summer minus the interim tag. “Me and Greg Suire put a lot of work in in the offseason – we

hit the recruiting trail as soon as we got done in Forest City (in the team’s final game of 2009),” Dorzweiler said. “We’ve put a lot of time in getting prepared – knowing what mistakes were made last year, to correct that – and we’ve got just a bright avenue ahead of us to get back on our winning way.” The main theme for this summer will be team unity so the HiToms play well together. “I think Coach Dorzweiler has

done a good job of making it more fun and enjoyable for us,” Barbeck said. “He knows we’re going to play on the field – that’s not a problem.” Among the other themes: speed up and down the lineup and a pitching rotation dominated by ACC arms. Four North Carolina Tar Heels will toe the rubber for the HiToms this year. Nate Striz, Cody Penny and Mount Tabor

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From left are matt Dillon, Manager Tom Dorzweiler, Daniel Kassouf and Kyle Barbeck pose during Media Day at Finch Field Tuesday.

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ELIOT DUKE Staff Writer

Lebron’s legacy should be concreted in Cleveland

With all the hoopla surrounding Lebron James’ impending free agency, I almost feel obligated to offer an opinion. In the mid-1980s, I lived in North Canton, Ohio, not far from the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and attended Hoover High School as a freshman and sophomore. During my brief stay, Cleveland sports, other than the Browns, yes the Browns, wasn’t very good. The Cavaliers had the top pick in the NBA draft, used on former Tar Heels star Brad Dougherty, and the Indians were, well the Indians. But, the Browns were actually pretty good. In 1987, Cleveland stood a home win away from the Super Bowl, with only John Elway and the Denver Broncos standing in the way. As most know by now, Elway drove 98 yards in the game’s final minutes for a game-tying touchdown that eventually led to an overtime win and heartbreak for Cleveland fans. A year later, the same two teams met in the AFC championship game and once again, the Browns fell short after running back Ernest Byner fumbled on the way to the end zone. Cleveland hasn’t sniffed a Super Bowl since. In 1997, the once woeful Indians went to the bottom of the ninth inning in Game 7 of the World Series against the Florida Marlins leading by a run. Like so many other “what could have been” moments in Cleveland sports history, second baseman Tony Fernandez whiffed on a ground ball, allowing the tying run to score and a championship down the tubes. I say all of this because Cleveland fans have had it rough. I lived in several other places, and all of them have had a winning team to hang its hat on. In New Jersey, we had the Phillies and 76ers of the early 1980s, here in North Carolina we have two college basketball teams with a history of winning a national title every so often and the Hurricanes, who won the Stanley Cup in 2006. Cleveland has nothing. Now, however, the Cavaliers lay claim to, arguably, the best player in the NBA with Lebron James. For the past seven seasons, Lebron has been nothing less than spectac-

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From page 7 Beck pitched 3 1/3 to close it out, fanning seven of the 11 he faced. Kory Hilbourn of Thomasville and Mark Lee from Western Guilford will join with Colyn and Beck to form the core of the pitching staff. Former East products Ryan Coleman and Jesse Cooper return from UNC-Charlotte and N.C. State, respectively, and should also see some time on the mound. The infield will also be loaded with a collection of Golden Eagles, as catcher Davin Lawson will see plenty of time behind the plate, Preston Gammons and Justin Mounts will form the right side and Keaton Hawks will man third when he’s not pitching. Western Guilford’s Casey Jones will spend most of his time at shortstop and teammate Mark Parcells will play wherever needed as a utility infielder. Bulldogs Troy Butler and Stephen Stanley have been slotted for two spots in the outfield and will be joined by the Eagles’ Justin Hulin. Taylor Warren, Tyler Leguire and Justin Weavil make up the remaining portion of the roster from East. Central’s C.L. Snyder and a trio of

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Members of the Thomasville Police Department join in the N.C. Special Olympics Torch run as it passes through Thomasville.

Special Olympics North Carolina and Denny’s kick-off year-long partnership TIMES STAFF REPORT

RALEIGH – Special Olympics North Carolina and Denny’s (NASDAQ: DENN) announced a yearlong, national partnership to raise awareness and support for people with intellectual disabilities across the country. Denny’s Gold Medal Program, the first of two national Special Olympics initiatives, provides guests the opportunity to benefit Special Olympics North Carolina by purchasing a paper “Gold Medal� for $1 or more. One hundred percent of the funds raised from the Gold Medal Program will help support athletic training and competitions for athletes with intellectual disabilities. Guests can conveniently benefit Special Olympics North Carolina by purchasing a paper “Gold Medal� at 19 Denny’s locations statewide or 1,000 Denny’s locations across the country now through July 12, 2010. Denny’s guests participating in the Gold Medal Program will receive a special lapel sticker with the slogan: ‘I’m a Fan, I gave today’. Additionally, starting Aug. 24 and continuing through summer 2011,

Denny’s will donate 10 cents to Special Olympics for every All-American SlamŽ sold at participating locations. The Denny’s restaurants in North Carolina participating are: 7135 NC 4, Battleboro; 55 JR Road, Selma; 1524 Dabney Drive, Henderson; 3215 Wake Forest Road., Raleigh; 2806 Raleigh Road, Wilson; 808 S. Memorial Drive, Greenville; 101 Wintergreen Drive, Lumberton; 2025 E. Dixon Blvd., Shelby; 1493 US Hwy 74-A Bypass, Spindale; 378 West Plaza Drive, Mooresville; 4541 Sunset Road, Charlotte; 3900 S. Holden Road, Greensboro; 975 S. Main Street, Kernersville; 1209 Burkemount Ave., Morganton; 581 S Hwy 9, Black Mountain; 1 Regent Park Blvd., Asheville; 1550 Four Seasons, Hendersonville; 103 Sedgehill Drive, Thomasville; 8031 Concord Mills Blvd., Concord. “We are very excited about this partnership with Denny’s,� said Keith L. Fisburne, Special Olympics North Carolina president/CEO. “We are very appreciative of their support and dedication to the athletes.� “Our recent partner-

The Thomasville-Davidson Legion baseball team will face off against rival Post 87 Monday at 2 p.m. at Finch Field.

Panthers – Josh Weavil, Pete Guy, Brock Phillips – round out the roster for Post 284, which will play its home games at Ledford. Given the team’s strong makeup in terms of both talent from top to bottom and playoff experience for each member, there is plenty of reason for optimism. Although Moser willingly acknowledges his team’s relative inexperience, the prospects of maintaining a deep rotation and some of Davidson County’s most proven hitters allows him to remain confident of the group’s ability to compete. “I think we have a great group of young talent and we have a real shot at making the playoffs,� the coach adds. Moser’s crew will next take the field Monday for a clash with the rival Post 87 HiToms from High Point at Finch Field for a 2 p.m. Memorial Day matinee.

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DCCC BOUND Davidson County Community College has signed Deon Boyce for the upcoming basketball season. In his senior season at Jacksonville High School, Boyce was the second leading rebounder in the state averaging 13.8 boards per game. He also averaged 17.1 points per game. “Deon is a winner on and off the court,” said Storm coach Matt Ridge. “He is a rebounding machine and never quits on a play. Without question he is a wonderful basketball player, but more importantly, he is a wonderful person.”

FIELD From page 7 High’s Parker Thomas are right-handers, with Zach Bernard offering up a lefty option. N.C. State’s Ethan Ogburn – a former Southwest Guilford star – also will pitch this summer, along with Wake Forest’s Ryan McGrath. Other key arms will be Barbeck and LSU’s Jordan Rittiner, both lefties. “We’re very well-loaded pitching wise, and we’ve done a lot trying to get more involved locally and with the ACC,” Dorzweiler said. Appalachian State’s Kassouf (North Davidson High), High Point’s White (Ledford) and Guilford Tech’s Matt Dillon (Trinity) bring plenty of local flavor along with former Wesleyan Christian Academy standout Clint Ingram (Campbell) and Westchester Country Day’s Jacob Cadle (Greensboro College). White – still competing for HPU in the Big South

LEBRON From page 1 ular, leading the Cavs to its best stretch in terms of winning in franchise history while winning consecutive MVP awards. As an Akron, Ohio native, Lebron doing all of this in Cleveland seems too good to be true. Ohio’s own could finally be the one that brings the state and its loyal fan base a championship for the first time in more than half a century. I hate to use the term fairytale story, but anyone that knows pain of pulling for anything Cleveland realizes the impact Lebron has in terms of inspiring some sort of hope. I find it hard to believe that Lebron would play anywhere else, if he truly is a man of his word. Every generation, a player comes around that defines his time. I, like many others in their 30s, had Michael Jordan, a player that transcended basketball and became part of every day life. This generation has Lebron James — a player with unbelievable talent who is extremely popular and marketable. At 25, Lebron’s whole career is in front of him, and he has said he wants to be known as one the

Conference Tournament – and Dillon each played for the American Legion Baseball Post 87 Junior HiToms at Finch Field. “It’s different,” Dillon said Tuesday during the HiToms’ media day. “My first day being here was Sunday and it’s just a dramatic change. The expectations are a lot higher for this team than Legion, but it’s what I’ve been working for and waiting on.” The roster will have a fluid look from today’s opener at Martinsville and Thursday’s 7 p.m. debut at Finch Field against Forest City moving forward into June. Some players will leave as others arrive when their college teams lose out in conference tournaments and the NCAA Regionals. Other key performers on the infield are expected to be Louisville’s Zak Wasserman and Kyle Grieshaber, Tennessee’s Khayyan Norfork, Duke’s Eric Brady, and Michael Patman of Butler (Okla.) Community College. Standouts in the outfield are should be Rob Froio

great players who ever put on sneakers. For that to happen, Lebron needs to stay with the Cavaliers and accomplish something that would elevate his status to legendary — deliver a title to Cleveland. By doing that, Lebron would have his own legacy. Why go to the Chicago Bulls and walk by Jordan’s statue every day on the way to work, knowing that you need seven titles to supplant MJ from his throne? Surely, Lebron doesn’t think he can win with the New York Knicks. If he does, Lebron isn’t as smart as I thought. Lebron would only have to win one title in Cleveland. Just one. By staying home and remaining loyal, Lebron James could do something Larry Bird and Magic Johnson couldn’t do. He would bring a championship where there isn’t any. Fifty years from now, players would walk by his statue into an arena where fans still wear his jersey, and that to me defines greatness, not following in someone else’s footprints. Stay in Cleveland, Lebron. Do what couldn’t be done and do it for your friends and neighbors. Give Cleveland a championship and your name, as well as your legacy, will never be forgotten.

of Lafayette, Cass Hargis of Southeast Louisiana and Chris Fritts of Tennessee. Behind the plate will be Davidson’s Seth Freeman and Wofford’s Dave Roney. The CPL has grown to 15 teams for the second time as it enters its 14th season. The Morehead City Marlins begin play this summer in the south division, with Wilson shifting from the south to the north to make for three five-team groups. The HiToms’ 56game schedule includes another heavily loaded slate against west division squads Asheboro, Forest City, Gastonia and Martinsville. “After this first week or two, when we start getting our main team here, we’ll be OK,” Dorzweiler said. “We’re ready to lace ‘em up and get going.”

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Ledford will host a basketball camp June 79 at the school gym. The camp, for players grades 1-8, will run from 5-8 p.m. each night. Cost is $50 per camper which includes camp, pizza on Wednesday, insurance and Tshirt. The Panther Booster Basketball Camp is designed to provide campers with a positive basketball experience, with an emphasis on teaching and developing basketball skills and a love for the game, in a fun and competitive environment. A staff of high school coaches, as well as current and former players, will be on hand to help campers improve their game, while promoting the principles of good character, teamwork, and sportsmanship. For more information contact Ledford coach Scott Dalton at 847-1879, or Andrew Stone at 8161058.

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Davidson County Community College will conduct a camp June 28-July 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 Fun Fourth Run A Fun Fourth 10K Freedom Run and 2-Mile Red, White and Blue Fun Run and Walk will be held Saturday, June 26, at 8 a.m. as part of the Fun Fourth Festival. The annual event, now in its 36th consecutive year, is a community celebration of Independence Day for Guilford County and the Piedmont Triad, and this year will be held in downtown Greensboro. The race’s headquar-

ters, start and finish will be at Greensboro Marriott Downtown, 301 N. Greene St. Run or walk in honor of the dedicated Military Personnel & Veterans. Registration is the day of the race from 6:30-7:30 a.m., or beforehand online at www.funfourthfestival.org.

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Concealed handgun class There will be a concealed handgun class June 26, 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. The class is covered by Jason Livingston, N.C. certified firearms instructor and 16 years law enforcement experience. The class covers laws for citizens governing the use of deadly force to protect their homes, as well as deadly force laws in general as they pertain to citizens of N.C. Also, gun safety, marksmanship and fundamentals are covered and practiced during the class, with hands on range time. To sign up for the class call Livingston at 687-0290 or go by the fire department.

Click it or ticket campaign underway TIMES STAFF REPORT

RALEIGH — North Carolina Transportation Secretary Gene Conti announced today the launch of a state-wide “Click It or Ticket” mobilization to crack down on motorists who are not wearing their seat belts. State and local law enforcement officers began the campaign to increase seat belt enforcement activities on Monday and it will continue through June 6. “This life-saving campaign reminds us to

buckle up, every trip, every time,” said Conti. “Wearing a seat belt no matter where you are seated in a vehicle is the law in North Carolina, so I remind all citizens to Click it or Ticket.” Regular seat belt use is the single most effective way to protect people and reduce fatalities in motor vehicle crashes. In 2009, 438 unbuckled motorists died in North Carolina. In 2009, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that North Carolina’s

seat belt usage rate was 89.5 percent. The state’s usage rate was 65 percent when the program started 17 years ago. “Click It or Ticket” is administered by the N.C. Governor’s Highway Safety Program. GHSP will sponsor “Click It or Ticket” night locally on Tuesday, June 1 at 7:05 p.m. at the Greensboro Grasshoppers, Greensboro.

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hot Diggity Dog: The History of the Hot Dogâ&#x20AC;? is packed with fun facts about this American favorite.

Jacqueline Kelly is a doctor and lawyer. This is her first novel.

Judith St. George has written many nonfiction books for kids. In â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bindi Babes,â&#x20AC;? three girls are not happy when their aunt comes from India and interferes in their lives.

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Adrienne Sylver has worked as a newspaper reporter.

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Debbie Allen is a producer, actress, director and choreographer, or someone who arranges dance moves.

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Jane Yolen has written many books for kids. Her daughter, Heidi E.Y. Stemple, is also a childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s book author.

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;Brothers of the Knightâ&#x20AC;? is a retelling of the fairy tale â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Twelve Dancing Princesses.â&#x20AC;? A woman with magical powers finds out why 12 boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; sneakers are always torn up.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Evolution of Calpurnia Tateâ&#x20AC;? is the story of a girl growing up in Texas in 1899. She loves exploring the mysteries of nature on her own. She learns even more from her sometimes crabby grandfather. She must also deal with being the only girl in a family with six boys.

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;Fairy Tale Feasts: A Literary Cookbook for Young Readers & Eatersâ&#x20AC;? combines fairy tales with recipes for food connected with the tales.

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Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Book Week will be celebrated May 10-16 this year. In its honor, The Mini Page suggests some books that kids especially enjoy. This summer, grab a book, find a comfortable place outside, and have a wonderful time reading!

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In â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Mouse and the Motorcycle,â&#x20AC;? a mouse dreams of exploring the world outside the second floor of the hotel where he lives. When a boy catches him trying to ride a toy motorcycle, the boy teaches the mouse to ride.

Beverly Cleary has written many books for kids, including the Newbery Medal-winning â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dear Mr. Henshaw.â&#x20AC;? She has also won two Newbery Honor Book awards for â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ramona and Her Fatherâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ramona Quimby, Age 8.â&#x20AC;?

Narinder Dhami has taught school and written several books for older kids.

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Supersport: Joe Mauer Height: 6-5 Birthdate: 4-19-83 Weight: 230 Hometown: St. Paul, Minn.

In an era when baseball stars frequently change teams, the Minnesota Twins wanted to make sure they kept Joe Mauer on their roster. So they agreed to pay their prize player millions of DOLLARSOVERTHENEXTEIGHTSEASONS Mauer is no average Joe. He hits, catches â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and catches your eye. )NHEWONHISTHIRD!MERICAN,EAGUEBATTINGTITLEINTHELASTFOURYEARS WITHAAVERAGE ANDALSOBELTEDHOMERUNSANDWASTHE!MERICAN League MVP. A fan favorite, Mauer grew up not far from the Twinsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; park, in nearby St. Paul. He was an all-around athlete in high school, starring in football and basketball as well as baseball. He signed to play football in college with powerhouse Florida State before accepting an offer from the Twins to play baseball. "ESIDESEXCITING4WINSFANSWITHHISON FIELDHEROICS *OECONTRIBUTESTOTHE Minnesota community through baseballâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s RBI Program that supports youth.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Adventures of Hotsy Totsyâ&#x20AC;? is the sequel to â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Adventures of Vin Fiz.â&#x20AC;? Twins Lacey and Casey use their magic to turn a toy boat into a fullsized boat so they can enter a race.

Clive Cussler has written about 40 books for kids. He also searches for ships lost at sea. He and his crew of volunteers have discovered more than 60 shipwrecks.

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In â&#x20AC;&#x153;A Wrinkle in Time,â&#x20AC;? a girl must travel through time and space to save her brother, her father and the world.

-ADELEINE,%NGLEWONTHE Newbery Medal for â&#x20AC;&#x153;A Wrinkle in Time.â&#x20AC;? She has written several other books for kids and adults.

John Flanagan developed an Australian TV series. He wrote â&#x20AC;&#x153;Rangerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Apprenticeâ&#x20AC;? for his son. In â&#x20AC;&#x153;Roberto & Me,â&#x20AC;? a boy travels into the past to meet baseball great and humanitarian Roberto Clemente. Clemente was the first Hispanic player to be voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

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Carol Diggory Shields is a childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and reference librarian. She has written several books for kids.

In â&#x20AC;&#x153;Rangerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Apprentice: Book 1: The Ruins of Gorlan,â&#x20AC;? a 15-yearold boy is chosen as an apprentice for the mysterious Rangers. He learns they must do battle for the safety of the kingdom.

jacket art Š 2008 by John Blackford, published by Puffin Books

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;Someone Used My Toothbrush! and Other Bathroom Poemsâ&#x20AC;? is full of funny poems about things going on in the bathroom.

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:ACHARY'ORDONPLAYS'REGINTHE movie â&#x20AC;&#x153;Diary of a Wimpy Kid.â&#x20AC;? He has starred in several movies, including â&#x20AC;&#x153;National Treasure: Book of Secrets.â&#x20AC;? He is the voice of characters in several TV shows, such as Nickelodeonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ni Hao Kai-lanâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bubble Guppies.â&#x20AC;? He works with a Mandarin language coach for his work in â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ni Hao Kai-lan.â&#x20AC;? He is also the voice of Papi Jr. in the UPCOMINGMOVIEh"EVERLY(ILLS#HIHUAHUAv(EHOSTEDTHE â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circusâ&#x20AC;? DVD. :ACHARY  LIVESIN3OUTHERN#ALIFORNIA(EENJOYS reading, basketball, pingpong, singing and dancing.

Dan Gutman has written many sports books for kids.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Penderwicks: A Summer Tale of Four Sisters, Two Rabbits, and a Very Interesting Boyâ&#x20AC;? is a funny book about the adventures of a group of kids.

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In â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Night Fairy,â&#x20AC;? a fairy loses her wings and discovers the world can be very scary. But she is brave and clever, and all is not lost.

jacket art Š 2010 by Angela Barrett, published by Candlewick Press

jacket art Š 2008 by David Macaulay, published by Candlewick Press

Katherine Paterson has won Newbery Medals for â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bridge to Terabithiaâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Jacob Have I Loved.â&#x20AC;?

jacket art Š 2009 by Diana Sudyka, published by Little, Brown and Co.

Trenton Lee Stewart writes for kids and adults. In â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Adventures of Ook and Gluk, KungFu Cavemen From the Future,â&#x20AC;? two caveboys in Caveland, Ohio, in 500,001 B.C. are pulled into 2222 A.D. This book will be released Aug. 10.

Dav Pilkey (the real author) is best known for his â&#x20AC;&#x153;Captain Underpantsâ&#x20AC;? series. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Tricky Video: The Complete Guide to Making Movie Magicâ&#x20AC;? is full of easy-to-do special effects, such as making people disappear.

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In â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Great Gilly Hopkins,â&#x20AC;? a girl is angry at the world after being sent from foster home to foster home. She finds help from a wonderful foster mother. This was a 1979 Newbery Honor Book.

In â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Prisonerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Dilemma,â&#x20AC;? four kids must figure out the clues to a mysterious blackout.

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Aulairesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Book of Greek Mythsâ&#x20AC;? tells the stories of the gods and goddesses and other characters in ancient Greek mythology.

Ingri and Edgar Parin dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Aulaire worked as a team to write and illustrate books for kids. They won the 1940 Caldecott Medal for â&#x20AC;&#x153;Abraham Lincoln.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our White House: Looking In, Looking Outâ&#x20AC;? is a collection of works by 108 authors and artists. The book explores different subjects connected to the White House.

Esme Raji Codell has worked in a bookstore, as a teacher and as a school librarian. She writes for kids and adults.

jacket art Š 1987 by Michael Deas, published by HarperCollins

jacket art Š 1962 by Ingri and Edgar Parin dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Aulaire, published by Delacorte Press

Rick Riordan has taught middle school English and history. He writes books for kids and adults.

In â&#x20AC;&#x153;Vive La Paris,â&#x20AC;? a girl learns lessons about dealing with a school bully from her piano teacher, a Holocaust survivor. This book deals with a serious subject in a funny, sweet way.

jacket art Š 2006 by Giselle Potter, published by Disney/Hyperion

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In â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Lightning Thiefâ&#x20AC;? (Percy Jackson & The Olympians, Book One),â&#x20AC;? a modern boy discovers that the Greek gods still exist. Even worse, some of them think Percy has stolen Zeusâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; lightning bolt.

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From page detours if problems arose with construction on the Interstate-85 bridge, the DOT determined that Wil-Cox bridge needed to be updated for vehicular traffic, which would cost $1.5 million. Before Tuesday’s meeting, commissioners discussed concerns about whether or not that money would be taken from the funds promised the county by the sate. Ivey assured them that the DOT plans to hold to the agreement forged in March. “We intend fully to abide by the agreement,” Ivey said. “Basically, that means that the Department of Transportation will go in and make whatever necessary improvements at our cost to bring the bridge back up to vehicular standard.” Those repairs include replacing bent caps and top portions of columns, replacing decks and railings as well as the resurfacing promised in the original contract. After the I-85 bridge project is completed, the Wil-Cox bridge will be turned over to the county — along with the $2.5 million needed to bring the bridge up to standard for pedestrian use. Thus, Ivey pointed out to commissioners, the bridge currently needs a total of $3 million in repairs, $1.5 million of which will be taken care of by the DOT and $2.5 million of which will be overseen by the county with state funds. However, considering the new discoveries as to the bridge’s actual condition, Ivey said the county has the ability to back out of the agreement. “With all of the issues that came up, clearly we would not hold you to that if the commissioners decided to go another route,” he said. A motion to pull out of the contract was shot down with only Commissioners Don Truell and Larry Potts voting for nullifying the agreement. Chairman Dr. Max Walser was absent from the meeting and excused by the board. Another option Ivey brought before the board was the opportunity to use the same construction company that is repairing the I-85 bridge to complete construction on the Wil-Cox bridge. Flatiron Lane, which was awarded a $136 million contract for the I-85 bridge, could assess the repairs needed and come back to the board with a cost estimate. “We certainly think that there will be some economy of scale with having the contractor who’s already there do the work on it,” Ivey said. Commissioners voted 4-2 to move ahead with a cost estimate, which does not commit the board to use the contractor. Commissioners Don Truell and Larry Potts voted against. In other news, the commissioners: Approved for the first time an ordinance allowing the Davidson County Rescue Squad to operate a non-emer-

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will pass through every county in North Carolina before ending the journey at Walnut Creek Amphitheater in Raleigh on June 4 for the start of the North Carolina Special Olympics summer games. The torch will be used to light the Olympic cauldron. “We have been participating in the torch run since 1987,” said HPPD Capt. Tony Hamrick. “I’ve actually run all of them except two and we have a retired captain who has run them all. We’re hoping to continue to raise money and awareness for Special Olympics. We’ll pass it off to Guilford

During the public hearing on the budget, Assistant County Manager Zeb Hanner announced a change in the proposed budget to decrease the revenue from sales tax by $500,000. To make up for that cut in revenue, county staff has come up with about $367,000 worth of cuts — in equipment, a staff position, some refinancing and an extension of financing from 10 to 15 years — as well as an increase in estimated revenue in other places. Two teachers at Thomasville Middle School also stood up to appeal to the board to offer more local funds for education in the face of drastic state cuts. “With state budget cuts, they have threatened our school system’s operations as we currently know it,” said Robin Lee, sixth grade math teacher at the middle school. Both Lee and Kevin Leake, sixth and seventh grade social studies teacher, said that potential losses in teaching positions mean increased class sizes, which means less attention and aid given to each individaul student. “Our families are struggling,” Lee said. “Students may not receive the extra attention and services they need to learn.” Both Lee and Leake asked commissioners to allow more money to be allotted to schools in the final budget. The proposed budget gives $35.8 million to education, which is about the same as last year. Since the amount is divided at a per pupil rate, this would mean a $73,100 decrease from what the Thomasville City Schools received last year, not to mention substantially less than the school system requested from the county in light of major cuts on the state level. “We need to continue to provide children with the support and services they need,” Lee said. “Any adidtional funding for our school district will be greatly appreciated as we try to maintian the programs we currently have in place. We need your help. Our children deserve that effort.” The board will have a budget workshop at its informational meeting on June 3 at 8 a.m. and will discuss the budget at its regular meeting on June 8 at 7 p.m., both at the Government Center in Lexington.

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County Sheriff ’s Department. It’s not just kids participating in Special Olympics. There’s athletes in their 50s and 60s competing. Carrying the torch for Special Olympics started in 1981 as a way to raise awareness for the athletes who participate in the games. TPD’s segment of the run totaled a little more than six miles in temperatures near 90 degrees. Yokeley had already done similar charity runs and jumped at the chance to organize the one for Special Olympics. Yokeley said TPD Chief Jeff Insley is very supportive of such endeavors and she plans on putting together a similar event to coincide with the department’s National Night

Out. Early plans are to have a fundraising competition between TPD and Thomasville Fire Department. Members of City Hall and other supporters greeted the group of nearly a dozen runners on the corner of Main and Salem Street with a showing of appreciation. The International Association of Chiefs of Police is the founding law enforcement organization for the Special Olympics torch run. Special Olympic Torch Run shirts are available for a minimum donation of $13. For more information, call Hamrick at 8877805.

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POLICE REPORTS

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

May 8

• Jessica Lynn Sowers (WF, 20) arrested on charge of possessing a controlled substance at 111 Birch Tree Lane. • Nicholas Ryan Thompson (WM, 25) arrested on charge of possessing a controlled substance at 899 Salem St.

charge of misdemeanor larceny at 1122 Randolph St. • Donna Rae Tucker (WF, 25) arrested on charge of larceny 1585 Liberty Drive. • Anthony Dale Asbury (WM, 23) arrested on charge of larceny at 1585 Liberty Drive. • Janet Burton Tillman (BF, 520 arrested on charge of simple assault and battery at 7 W. Guilford St. • Hasani Kafele Kennedy (BM, 34) arrested

May 9

• Matthew Antonio Lampkins (WM, 28) arrested on charge of possessing a controlled substance at 1210 National Highway. • Waion Se Emily Cheung (AF, 29) arrested on charge of possessing a controlled substance at 1210 National Highway.

May 10

• Steven Paul Soles (WM, 23) arrested on charge of DWI at Randolph Street. • Kevin Walter Burchett (WM, 29) arrested on charge of possessing drug paraphernalia at Hasty School Road. • Daniel Nathan Halker (WM, 33) arrested on charge of possession of a controlled substance at Hasty Hill Road. • Stanley Albright Rodgers (BM, 47) arrested on charge of failure to appear at 109 Miller St. • Gary Huntley (BM, 43) arrested on charge of failure to appear at 104 Carr St.

May 11

• Justin Lee Caswell (WM, 18) arrested on charge of larceny shoplifting at 1585 Liberty Drive. • James Rodney Kirkland (BM, 44) arrested on charge of failure to appear at 5 Maripat Circle. • Kris Calvin Bowman (BM, 35) arrested on charge of abandonment at 914 Richland St. in High Point.

May 12

• Herman Andrew Grice (WM, 19) arrested on charge of felony breaking and entering at 952 Fisher Ferry St. • Moniek Tamara Davis (BF, 17) arrested on charge of second degree trespass at 691 Main St. in Concord. • Sandy Arthella Revels (WF, 25) arrested on charge of fialure to appear at 308 E. Guilford St. • Ricky Alan Crowe (WM, 30) arrested on charge of failure to appear at 7 West Sunrise. • Johanna Valcria Munoz (WF, 16) arrested on charge of second degree trespass at 5145 Daffodil Lane in Concord.

May 13

• John Sherman Hughes (WM, 44) arrested on

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May 14

• Victoria Gladney (BF, 43) arrested on charge of second degree trespass at 121 National Highway. • Mithcell Grant Barr (WM, 46) arrested on charge of possession with intent to sell a controlled substance at Church Street. • Tanya Gayle Hendley (WF, 28) arrested on charge of DWI at 304 Bethlehem Ave.

• Jason Lamar Parker (WM, 21) arrested on charge of larceny from a motor vehicle at 914 Unity St. • Gregory Dale Norris (WM, 32) arrested on charge of communicating threats at 393 Meadowlark Lane. • Tammy Renee Blackburn (WF, 29) arrested on charge of communicat-

May 15

• Steven Lee Panni (WM, 55) arrested on charge of assault by strangulation at 207 Old Lexington Road. • Barry Lee Mason (WM, 51) arrested on charge of impaired driving at 1 Unity St. • Khiry Jamond Billie (BM, 19) arrested on charge of failure to appear at 416 E. Holly Hill Road. • Raynaldo Jose Cabrera (WM, 30) arrested on charge of failure to appear at 320 Phillips Ave.

• Rodrigo Esparza (HM, 36) arrested on charge of possessing a controlled substance at 899 Culbreth Ave.

May 16

• Brittany Michelle Gibbs (WF, 19) arrested on charge of possessing a controlled substance at 212 Randolph St. • Ricky Wayne Clark (WM, 22) arrested on charge of turned over to another agency 1 Trade St.

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Mad Money Kudlow Report The Celebrity Apprentice Å Debt Part Debt Part Mad Money The Celebrity Apprentice Å Situation John King, USA (N) ËCampbell Brown (N) ËLarry King Live (N) ËAnderson Cooper 360 Å ËLarry King Live ËAnderson Cooper 360 Scrubs Daily Show ËColbert Presents Presents Presents Comedy Presents Comedy Comedy Comedy Pete Correale Brand in New York City ËTonight From Washington ËCapital News Today U.S. Senate Close-Up on C-SPAN ËTonight From Washington ËCapital News Today Cash Cab Construction Alaskan Crab Fishing Alaskan Crab Fishing Alaskan Crab Fishing Alaskan Crab Fishing Alaskan Crab Fishing Alaskan Crab Fishing Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck Wizards Hannah Phineas Suite/Deck Suite Life Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck Hollywood ËE! News (N) Daily 10 Maxim Hot 100 2010 E! Celebrates 20 Years The Soup Kendra ËChelsea ËE! News ËChelsea The Soup E! Celebrates 20 Years Ê(:00) SportsCenter Å ÊNBA Shootaround Å ÊNBA Basketball Orlando Magic at Boston Celtics. (Live) Å ÊSportsCenter (Live) Å ÊFastbreak ÊSportsCenter Å ÊInterruption ÊCollege Softball ÊBoxing Friday Night Fights. (Live) Å ÊCollege Softball ÊBaseball ÊNFL Live ’70s Show Funniest Home Videos ››› “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” (2004) Daniel Radcliffe. The 700 Club Å Whose? Whose? Paid Prog. Paid Prog. 30-Minute Challenge Chopped Diners Diners Private Chefs Good Eats Rachael Diners Diners Private Chefs Malcolm Justified “Veterans” ›› “Premonition” (2007) Sandra Bullock. ›› “Hitman” (2007, Action) Timothy Olyphant. ››› “25th Hour” (2002, Drama) Edward Norton. Bret Baier ËFOX Report The O’Reilly Factor (N) ËHannity (N) On the Record The O’Reilly Factor ËHannity On the Record ÊBaseball ÊGame 365 ÊMy Words ÊCollege Baseball ACC Tournament, Game 9: Teams TBA. (Live) ÊNASCAR ÊFinal Score ÊSport Science ÊFinal Score ÊFinal Score Ê(:00) Golf Senior PGA Championship, Second Round. (Live) ÊGolfCentrl ÊPGA Tour Golf Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, Second Round. ÊGolfCentrl ÊGolf M*A*S*H Touched by an Angel Touched by an Angel “Flower Girl” (2009) Marla Sokoloff. Å Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Gold Girls Cheers Cheers Holmes House House Property Property House Bang, Buck House House Battle on the Block House Bang, Buck House House Patton 360 Modern Marvels Å America the Story of Us America the Story of Us America the Story of Us The History of Sex America the Story of Us America the Story of Us Anatomy Grey’s Anatomy Å Grey’s Anatomy Å “Student Seduction” (2003) Elizabeth Berkley. Å Will-Grace Will-Grace Frasier Medium Å Medium ËEd Show ËHardball Chris Matthews ËCountdown ËRachel Maddow Show Lockup: Pendleton Lockup: Indiana Lockup: Indiana Cutting. Lockup: Corcoran Hired (N) 16 and Pregnant Å 16 and Pregnant Å 16 and Pregnant “Maci” ›› “Can’t Hardly Wait” (1998) Ethan Embry True Life True Life Deadly Border Warriors Dog Whisperer Dog Whisperer Cannibal Hippos Dog Whisperer Dog Whisperer Cannibal Hippos Big Time iCarly iCarly Big Time The Troop Hates Chris Hates Chris Lopez Lopez The Nanny The Nanny The Nanny The Nanny Lopez Lopez CSI: Crime CSI: Crime Scn (:06) CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 1,000 Ways to Die Prisoners Out of Control Ways Die Trailers Ê Ê Messiest Supernanny Å Supernanny Å Supernanny Å Clean House: Messiest ›› “How Stella Got Her Groove Back” (1998) Angela Bassett. Tacky Ice Spiders “Wyvern” (2009, Suspense) Nick Chinlund. Å “Yeti” (2008) Peter DeLuise, Carly Pope. Å “Ice Spiders” (2007) ›› “Abominable” (2006) Matt McCoy. Å King Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Guy Family Guy ›› “Madea’s Family Reunion” (2006) Å (:10) ›› “The Fighting Temptations” (2003, Comedy) Å Freedom (5:30) ›››› “Sergeant York” (:15) ›››› “The Great Escape” (1963, War) Steve McQueen. Å “Bridge on Kwai” ››› “Stalag 17” (1953) William Holden. Å Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Four Weddings Å Say Yes Say Yes Four Weddings Å Say Yes Say Yes Law Bones Suspects. Å Bones Å (:15) ››› “Heat” (1995, Crime Drama) Al Pacino, Robert De Niro. Å ›› “Shooter” (2007) Mark Wahlberg. Å Garfield Total Batman Ben 10 Ult. Generator Star Wars Dude King of Hill King of Hill Venture Amer. Dad Aqua Teen Baby Blues Metal Mighty Treasure Man/Food Man/Food Man/Food Man/Food Ghost Adventures Å Ghost Adventures Å Most Haunted (N) Å Man/Food Man/Food Ghost Adventures Å PoliceVids Cops Å Cops Å Top 20 Most Shocking Forensic Forensic Forensic Forensic Forensic Forensic The Investigators Forensic Forensic All/Family Sanford Sanford Cosby Cosby Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Cosby Cosby ËNotic. Mi Pecado (SS) Hasta que el Dinero nos Separe (SS) La Rosa de Guadalupe Impacto Noticiero Corazón Salvaje (SS) Amar sin Límites (SS) (:00) NCIS NCIS “Red Cell” Å NCIS “Bikini Wax” NCIS “Call of Silence” NCIS “Stakeout” Å NCIS “Broken Bird” NCIS “Bounce” Å ››› “The Prestige” Couples Tough Love Couples The OCD Project Basketball Basketball Basketball Basketball London Brandy & Ray J Tough Love Couples OCD Becker Funniest Home Videos › “Driven” (2001) Sylvester Stallone, Burt Reynolds. Å Fun Videos Scrubs Scrubs South Park South Park Star Trek: Next Gener. 6:30 7 PM 7:30 8 PM 8:30 9 PM 9:30 10 PM 10:30 11 PM 11:30 12 AM 12:30 1 AM 1:30 (5:30) “Jurassic Park” Sex True Blood Real Time W/ Bill Maher Real Time W/ Bill Maher ›› “The Last House on the Left” (2009) ‘R’ Å ››› “Role Models” (2008) ‘R’ Å (:15) ›› “17 Again” (2009) ‘PG-13’ “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor” Å Zane’s Sex (:40) “The Devil Wears Nada” (2010) ››› “Training Day” (2001) Denzel Washington. “Familiar Strangers” (2008) ‘PG-13’ The Tudors (iTV) Å Nurse Jack U.S., Tara ›› “Zack and Miri Make a Porno” (:45) › “Bangkok Dangerous” (2008) iTV. ‘R’ Å AVN (:25) ›› “The Last Warrior” (1989) (:15) “Beauty Betrayed” ›› “Meet the Browns” (2008) Tyler Perry. ›› “Soul Men” (2008, Comedy) ‘R’ (:40) › “Disaster Movie” (2008)

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