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Oakley honored by city council BY ERIN WILTGEN Staff Writer

Thomasville City Council voted to name the city cemetery chapel after former council member Danny Oakley. Oakley, who died of complications from diabetes, not only served on council but also taught in schools. Mayor Joe Bennett says the man played an integral part of the community. “I think everyone knew Mr. Oakley and the time that he

served on this council and what he did and what he meant not only to the cemetery and the city but also to the citizens of this town,” Bennett said. “This is a chapel that is nearing completion, and it would be named in his honor.” And apparently, the idea to build the chapel in Oakley’s honor wasn’t something spurred by his death. Oakley’s wife, Lori, said Nat Walker, cemetery groundskeeper, had words with Danny Oakley about the chapel.

“It’s something that’s been in the works for the while,” Lori said. She added that her late husband had put his heart and soul into the community, giving it everything he had. “I think that’s great for my husband,” Lori said. “He’s very well known in the community in many areas.” The council also approved animal control policies and procedure allowing animal control officers to carry a gun in the performance of their duties.

Officers will have to pass a certification course to qualify for the firearm. “All I’m looking at is making sure we have quality service,” said Thomasville Chief of Police Jeff Insley. “If we need to put an animal down, we’re just looking for quality service and the ability to protect our folks. We don’t want to be in the situation and the officer has to go, ‘Oh, hold on.’” The officer will only be al-

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TCS awaits amount of ‘Race to the Top’ funds BY ELIOT DUKE Staff Writer

Now that North Carolina has been selected to receive a significant amount of money from the federally-funded “Race to the Top” program, just how much will trickle down to Thomasville could be determined as early as this week. North Carolina is in line to receive approximately $400 million from the “Race to the Top” program that will go toward transforming public schools through innovation initiatives in the classroom. According to Thomasville City Schools Superintendent Keith Tobin, a webinar session will be held today with education leaders that could shed more light as to how much of this money will make it to the Chair City. Early estimates are that TCS could get as much as $200,000 from the program. “We’re excited about it

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The S.T.A.R.S. Academy recently graduated 12 middle school students from its 2010 program.

S.T.A.R.S. Academy graduates class TIMES STAFF REPORT The Davidson County Education Foundation developed and sponsored a summer day program for rising seventh grade students in 1995. Each year, the program hosts 30-40 students from the six middle schools throughout the Davidson County School System. The S.T.A.R.S. Academy is proudly located on the campus of Davidson County Community College and provides selected

middle school students the opportunity to build skills in decision-making, self-confidence, leadership, cooperation and community responsibility. The S.T.A.R.S. coordinator and facilitators bring leadership to small and large group activities, individual conferencing, goal setting and daily evaluation of activities during their time together. All staff members are employees of the Davidson County School system, which has proven

to be an important asset to the program. Graduates for the 2010 STARS program were: Caramen Michael, Greg Collins and Styrling Tangusso, all of Central Middle School; Tristan Beck, Margeaux Briggs, Jody Smith, Abigail Bryant, Christopher Day and Carolina Mogollon, all of Ledford Middle School; and Courtney Cervone, Josue Hernandez and Tyler Rucker, all of North Davidson Middle School.

Annual festival promises action-packed day BY LISA WALL Editor

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The 102nd Everybody’s Day Festival returns to the Chair City Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Historic downtown Thomasville and the rumble or passing trains will set the backdrop for a fun-filled day of music, shopping and entertainment created for … well … everybody. North Carolina’s oldest festival returns to usher in autumn in the Chair City on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The 102nd Everybody’s Festival — organized by the Thomasville Area Chamber of Commerce - gathers more than 130 arts, crafts, and specialty vendors, along with live musical entertainment, amusement rides and a dance stage for a day of fun and excitement for the whole family.

“This is an event that attracts as many as 80,000 people and has a $62,000 budget, but costs absolutely nothing to attend,” said Doug Croft, Thomasville Area Chamber of Commerce president. “There are no turn stalls, just come and have a good time and enjoy some great entertainment.” The award-winning festival — sponsored by Thomasville Medical Center — will expand its footprint this year, incorporating the new PACE Park Amphitheater, which will serve as the main stage. Magician and mind reader Erik Dobell will mesmerize the audience with his illusionary skills at 11 a.m., and local favorite, Street Party

Jobless rate continues to see decrease BY ELIOT DUKE Staff Writer

North Carolina’s unemployment rate dropped for the sixth straight month in August and is near the national rate for the first time in more than two years. According to statistics released by the Employment Security Commission of North Carolina, the state unemployment rate in August came in at 9.7 percent, just slightly above the national rate of 9.6 percent. The last time the two rates have been this close was in January 2008, when the state rate was 4.9 percent, compared to 5 percent nationally. “The August data showed improvement in job growth,” ESC Chairman Lynn Holmes said. “Several employment sectors experienced an increase in jobs. While local education accounted for most of the job growth, there was an increase of 4,800 jobs in the private sector. We are beginning to see growth in the professional and business services and the manufacturing sectors.” Seasonally adjusted employment increased by 18,600 jobs in August, with the largest gains coming in government (13,800). Leisure and hospitality suffered the largest drop in jobs, losing 1,000. In the past year, however, non-farm employment has increased by 36,700 jobs. “A good sign of recovery and a good indication that the economy is turning around is see-

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offered on Tuesdays. The first session begins today and runs through Oct. 12, and the second session begins on Nov. 2 through Nov. 23. Morning and evening class times are available. These classes provide a time for children to explore singing and instrument play with an adult partner. Cost for each four-week session is $15 per child with special family rates available. To register and for other information, call Linda Selleck at the church office at (336) 884-1359.

Litter sweep

Tdap vaccines

Each rising sixth grade student for the 2010-11 school year is required by law to receive the Tdap vaccine by Sept. 24, 2010, unless they have had a Tdap or tetanus shot in the last 5 years. Student who have not had the vaccine by the above date will be excluded from school until they receive the vaccine. The vaccines are available from primary medical providers or the Davidson County Health Department. The health department in Lexington will be holding a Tdap clinic on Sept. 16 from 2 to 6 p.m. Call the health department at (336) 236-3096 to schedule an appointment. If your a has already had this vaccine, send proof to the school as soon as possible. The students who received the vaccine at school this past school year do not need to send proof. For more information, call Gwen Yates at (336) 2422327.

Youth Leadership program

Thomasville Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its Youth Leadership program in the fall. The program is targeted for 11th graders at any high school within the county. For more information or to apply, e-mail dougcroft@ northstate.net.

Little Music Makers classes

Little Music Makers classes for children 18 months old to 5 years of age, and children preschool and older with special physical and learning challenges, will be offered at High Point Friends Meeting, located at 800 Quaker Lane, this fall. Two four-week sessions will be

Litter sweep will take place Thursday, Sept. 23, at 4:30 p.m. and Friday, Sept. 24, at 12:30 p.m. Meet at the clock tower. Bring your own gloves. Vests and orange bags will be provided.

DavidsonWorks, Inc., meeting The DavidsonWorks, Inc., Board is scheduled to meet on Thursday, Sept. 23, from 8 until 9:30 a.m. at Davidson County Community College, Mendenhall Building, Room #226. RSVP by Sept. 21. To RSVP, call Carol Carrick at (336) 242-2065 or e-mail Carol.Carrick @ DavidsonCountyNC.gov.

Beautification booth at Everybody’s Day Thomasville City Beautification will have a booth at Everybody’s Day, held Saturday, Sept. 25. The booth will sell two different past scenes of Howard Degarde prints and two different past scenes of Thomasville postcards. The organization will also be taking orders for tulip bulbs and will have a raffle for potted plants.

Free screening Dialysis Action Committee (D.A.C.) and the National Kidney Foundation have come together to offer Kidney Early Evaluation Program (KEEP) on Sept. 26 from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at High Point City Lake Park, 602 W. Main St., in Jamestown. The program gives a free screening for the community to check for high blood pressure or diabetes. Participants must be 18 years old to qualify for the free screening. High blood pres-

sure and diabetes are the leading causes for E.S.R.D. or kidney disease. Registration is required. To register for a free screening, call Denise Hockaday of the National Kidney Foundation at (877) 858-3808. Volunteer nurses, technical help, PT techs and manual labor is also needed. To volunteer, call Harvey Jones at (336) 993-8431.

Republican Women meeting The Davidson County Republican Women would like to send an open invitation to all county Republican women to its monthly meeting. The meeting is held the fourth Monday of every month at Tricia’s Catering, located at 408 Piedmont Drive, in Lexington. September’s meeting will be held on Sept. 27. Buffet dinner is at 6:15 p.m. and meeting will start at 7 p.m.

Fire Prevention Week coloring contest Pick up a copy of the FPW Fire Safety Coloring Contest Official Rules/Coloring Sheet at any of the Thomasville Fire Stations. Entries must be returned to the TFD — Headquarters Station at 712 East Main St. — by Oct. 1. Entries will be judged and winners will be put on display at the Thomasville FD Headquarters Station Oct. 3-9. Only one entry per child allowed. Entries will be judged on originality, color and creativity. Winners will be notified by phone. Contestants will be broken down into age categories — ages 5 and under, ages 6-9, ages 10-12 and ages 13-15. First Place winners in each category will receive a ribbon and gift bag. Second and third place winners in each category will receive a ribbon and gift bag. For more information, call the Thomasville Fire Department Fire and Life Safety Division at (336) 475-5545.

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 Oct. 15. Delivery will be in November.

This Week in History Sept. 25, 1978 MANAGUA, Nicaragua — President Anastasio Somoza accepted an offer from the United States to help Nicaragua find peaceful solutions to end its bloody civil crisis.

Sept. 19, 1983 The No. 10 University of North Carolina Chapel Hill football team pummeled Miami of Ohio 48-17.

Sept. 23, 1993 Davidson County health officials advise citizens to wash hands well as the number of Shigellosis cases continued to rise. The bacterial disease has symptoms such as abdominal pain, cramps, vomiting and fever. The disease is spread from feces by skin contact or contaminated water. In August the number was 15, and by Sept. 1 the number was 115. About 10 or 11 North Carolina counties were in the outbreak stages, but Davidson and Randolph counties seemed to be experiencing the heaviest outbreak. Randolph reported 241 cases on Sept. 1.

Sept. 22, 1999 WASHINGTON — The Justice Department sued the nation’s tobacco industry, seeking billions of dollars spent treating smoke-related illnesses, accusing cigarette-makers of a 45-year campaign of deceit to ensure enormous profit at the cost of human lives. The lawsuit alleged the companies have conspired since the 1950s to defraud and mislead the public. The industry concealed data that showed nicotine is addictive and smoking causes disease, sponsored and publicized biased research and suppressed development of safer cigarettes in violation of federal anti-racketeering law, the suit alleged.

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Today we will see sunny skies with a high temperature of 89º, humidity of 45% and an overnight low of 64º. The record high temperature for today is 95º set in 1998. The record low temperature is 42º set in 1985. Average temperature . . . . . . .75.1º Wednesday, skies will be mostly sunny with a near Average normal temperature .70.5º record high temperature of 91º, humidity of 51% and Departure from normal . . . . .+4.6º an overnight low of 65º. The record high temperature Data as reported from Greensboro for Wednesday is 93º set in 1998.

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Drug research targets malignant melanoma LIFELONG HEALTH

DR. DAVID LIPSCHITZ Syndicated Columnist

Advances in research and technology have come to typify American medicine. Through a focus on high technology, acute care brings many problems, but it also has allowed for some incredible breakthroughs. In a recent study released in The New England Journal of Medicine, researchers may have identified the next frontier in cancer therapy. In a clinical trial, researchers described a remarkable response in the treatment of malignant melanoma. All of the pa-

tients in this study were battling terminal disease and had a life expectancy of less than two months. Treatment with this experimental medication prolonged life in half of the 54 patients by an average of nine months. Three of the patients have been in complete remission for two years. This breakthrough comes from fundamental research in the laboratory. When studying malignant melanoma cells, basic scientists identified a genetic alteration, referred to as the BRAF mutation, in about half the patients with malignant melanoma. This specific gene mutation allows the cancer cells to multiply and spread aggressively. (BRAF stands for “v-raf murine sarcoma viral oncogene homolog B1.”) By identifying a gene that may be associated with cancer progression, a group of scientists then created a drug, currently known as PLX4032, which specifi-

Fitness club argues against common beliefs about overweight children TIMES STAFF REPORT

Nearly one out of every three American children is clinically overweight or obese. The health and well-being of future generations is undeniably at risk. And yet the fastest-growing fitness club chain in the world is about to launch a nationwide campaign featuring TV commercials and full-page ads in USA Today and People magazine which declare “There is no childhood obesity epidemic.” What’s up with that? “Too much blame is being placed on the kids,” said Anytime Fitness club owner Richard Ennis. “Adults need to step up and be better role models if we want our kids to be healthy. That’s what this is all about.” The campaign will feature an organization called COAK – the Coalition of Angry Kids. The kids are “angry” because adults aren’t doing enough to help children lead healthy lifestyles. The timing of the campaign is no accident. September is the first “National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month.” Richard predicts politicians and the media will suggest that kids need to put away their video games and cell phones and get outside and play. They’ll also declare war on school lunches, fast food and vending machines. “But nobody will be offering any real solutions,” Richard said. “Somebody needs the courage to stand up and say, ‘The primary reason we have so many overweight kids is because they have poor role models: overweight adults.’” Richard points to recent research as evidence: “If one parent is obese, there is a 50 percent chance that the children will also be obese. However, when both parents are obese, the children have an 80 percent chance of being obese.” - American Academy of Child & Adolescent Phychiatry. According to Staford University of Medicine researches, the factor that puts children at greatest risk of being overweight is having obese parents. More than two-thirds of states (38 out of 50) now have adult obesity rates above 25 percent. In 1991, no

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cally targets and blocks the genetic mutation. The medication only targets the cancer and has little effect on normal cells, opening a new era in cancer treatment where drugs are tailored specifically to a function limited to tumor cells. The initial clinical research is referred to as a phase-1 trial and is always done in patients with terminal disease. In this phase of the trial, the major goal is to determine if patients can tolerate the drug. Often, the adverse effects outweigh the benefits, so future study of the drug in its current form is not feasible. In this particular therapy, the side effects, although serious, were not severe enough that future use of the drug would not be possible. Adverse effects are relatively mild, including fatigue, rash and joint pain. In some patients, the development of skin cancer occurred. During treatment, the quality of life

of the patients responding to treatment was significantly improved until the tumor recurred. This study represents a highly successful outcome for translational research, which aims to take research from scientific laboratories to the bedside. The National Institutes of Health finances the vast majority of this research, basic and clinical, throughout the United States. Thanks to stimulus funding, more money than ever is pouring into very worthy projects, which is the best way to improve the future health and well-being of the nation. It will be a number of years before this drug is eventually marketed and, if its initial promise continues to be proved, becomes available worldwide. Research is still in its infancy, but studies are already under way to determine if the medication helps patients with earlier stages of melanoma, how it compares to other available

treatment, and whether this drug used in combination with older drugs offers even more benefits. As other tumors also have the BRAF mutation, there is even hope that they, too, will be helped. Patients with melanoma or any form of cancer should always be aware of available clinical trials. The most important group is the National Cancer Institute — information on all clinical trials is available on their website (www.cancer.gov). For many cancers, particularly those not amenable to cure by state-of-the-art therapy and for cancers that have recurred, there is great merit to participating in a clinical trial. Thousands of physicians working at universities and community hospitals across the nation participate in these sort of clinical trials through memberships in cancer groups sponsored by the institute. For some forms of cancer, the commercially

available medications simply do not work. If these patients do not wish to use palliative and end-of-life care, then the next reasonable approach is to enter a phase-1 trial where a new and untested drug can be studied. Though clinical trials are not always successful and experimental therapies can have more risks than benefits, it should always remain an option in the treatment of severe illness. Even if the patient is not helped, those who follow may benefit greatly. Dr. David Lipschitz is the author of the books, “Breaking the Rules of Aging” and “Dr. David’s First Health Book of More Not Less.” To find out more about Dr. David Lipschitz and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at www.creators. com. More information is available at www. DrDavidHealth.com.

TMC surgeon introduces new knee technology TIMES STAFF REPORT For years, orthopedic surgeons have cautioned knee replacement patients with the same warning — any implant can fail after years of use, and if that happens, it has to be revised. While that message is still true, the likelihood of a patient’s knee implant failing due to normal wear has been dramatically reduced thanks to a new procedure which is now being offered to patients at Thomasville Medical Center’s Total Joint Center by Dr. James L. Comadoll with RoMedical Orthopaedics in Thomasville. “Every year, I see a growing number of younger, active adults who need to have their knees replaced so they can get back to their normal, pain-free lives,” said Comadoll. “Unfortunately, one of the major drawbacks for these physically active patients has always been the potential that they would wear out their implant. When that happens, a second surgery and recovery is necessary.” Made up of three main parts, all total knee implants consists of a plastic insert positioned between two metal components. Over time, the movement of the metal component sliding against the plastic insert can wear down the plastic and cause it to fail. In some cases, tiny particles of the plastic can accumulate in the joint resulting in

a condition known as osteolysis, or the softening of the bone around the joint. When this happens, the implant may shift or loosen, which leads to pain and instability in the joint. Unlike other knee implants, made from cobalt chrome metal and a high-density plastic, VERILAST Technology is made from a proprietary metal alloy called OXINIUM™ Oxidized Zirconium and a highly cross-linked polyethylene. By combining these two lowfriction materials, a knee implant with this technology can significantly reduce the kind of wear that can cause an implant to wear out before its time. In fact, extensive laboratory testing has shown some impressive results. In addition to using the new procedure in his own practice, Comadoll has been very active in helping to train other surgeons across the country on its use as well. “The increase I’m seeing in younger patients isn’t unique to my practice, it’s happening everywhere. If I can take my clinical experience and use it to help educate another surgeons on the new options that are available, I am happy to do it.” “Physically active patients want to end their knee pain for good,” said Comadoll. “I want to offer my patients a knee implant that lasts and I’m pleased this technology has been wear-tested out to 30 simu-

lated years for a market that views 10 to 15 years as the gold standard. This is not an incremental improvement; it’s a generational leap forward for active patients.” According to Comadoll, this makes perfect sense for a younger, more active patient because, “It offers them the pain relief they need, the mobility they want and the longevity they expect.” Other key advantages include that the surgeon uses the same implants and instrumentation they always have, so there is no learning-curve with this new technology, it’s hypoallergenic and the implants weigh 20 percent less than knee implants made from traditional materials. To find out if you might be a candidate for this new knee technology being offered at Thomasville Medical Center’s Total Joint Center, please call RoMedical Orthopaedics at (336) 475-0200.

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FOCUS Some Blue Cross Blue Shield policyholders to receive refund TIMES STAFF REPORT

RALEIGH — Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina President and CEO Brad Wilson Monday announced a decision on individual policyholder rates for BCBSNC customers and a unique, one-time refund that will return $155.8 million to more than 215,000 individual BCBSNC customers as a result of the Affordable Care Act. The refunds will be issued by the end of the year to policyholders who had Blue Advantage or Blue Options HSA for Individuals policies in force as of March 23, 2010, the date the federal law was enacted. Refunds will be proportional to premiums paid and will be equivalent to more than 1.5 months of premiums. Customers may receive lower or higher amounts depending on their specific premium rates. For example, for an average policyholder’s monthly premium of about $380, the refund would be approximately $690. “I’m pleased that the Department and Blue Cross were able to identify a way for $155.8 million to go back into consumers’ wallets,” said Commissioner Goodwin. “I’m also glad that we were able to

negotiate a lower-than-requested rate adjustment that will save $14.5 million in future premiums for policyholders.” “Our customers are our top priority and we’ve created a real win for them,” said Wilson. “Our policyholders can expect to receive refund checks from us by the end of the year.” The new rating and grandfathering rules in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act create a one-time circumstance enabling these refunds. The funds come from active life reserves, which are portions of the premium set aside in the early years of a policy to pay future claims and keep rates stable as customers’ medical expenses rise during the life of the policy. However, policies purchased or substantially modified after March 23 of this year will end in 2014 under the new health care reform law, which is when the new products under health reform will be introduced. Therefore, the reserves held for these products will cover a much shorter period of time, allowing for these funds to be released. The Department of Insurance also approved rate adjustments to BCBSNC’s Blue Advantage and Blue Options HSA for Individuals products.

Blakeney discusses teamwork at Thomasville Woman’s Club TIMES STAFF REPORT The Thomasville Woman’s Club began the 2010-11 year on Tuesday, Sept. 14, with a powerful message on the importance of teamwork, presented by Mo Blakeney. Blakeney used his grandmother, who he calls “Mother” as an inspiration for his speech. His mother was one of the seven children his grandmother raised. When his biological mother left home, he decided he would remain with his grandmother. She was a strict parent who believed in strong Christian values. As he was growing up, Blakeney played all kinds of sports including football, basketball and baseball. Being so talented, many colleges tried to recruit him. Wanting to go to Clemson, he ended up signing with Elon because at that time Elon was called “The Fighting Christians” and Mother wanted him to attend a Christian college. He became the school’s starting quarterback and center fielder during the years of 1991-95. A shoulder injury caused the pro scouts to go away and Blakeney to redirect his life. First, he rededicated his life to Jesus, and then

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he started hitting baseballs. When the year ended, he went back home and started working. At a Bible Study, his grandmother passed him a note telling him the draft was coming up in two days and to pack his bags. Amazed at the note, he told his grandmother she did not know anything about baseball. Her response was he didn’t know God and to watch how he worked. Two days later he got a call at work from Mr. Dave Malpass with the Montreal Expos saying he had been drafted in the 17th round. He fell to his knees and cried. Blakeney’s grandmother was right. It came to Blakeney that if you have faith, even as tiny as a mustard seed, you can move mountains. At one point of his 10 years playing pro ball, Blakeney was released from the team at the end of spring training. On his way home, he called his grandmother to tell her the news. She told him to wipe his tears because she was proud of his accomplishments. An hour later he was called back to rejoin the Expos. Blakeney uses the values he gained from his grandmother even to this day. Values like being the best you can be, respecting your el-

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CHILDREN From page 1 state had an obesity rate above 20 percent Richard says Anytime Fitness wants to help adults get started on the road to healthy lifestyles. Beginning in September, more than 1,300 participating Anytime Fitness clubs will offer adults free 30-day memberships, free 30-minute personal training sessions and free 30-day access to online support via AnytimeHealth.com – no strings attached. To take advantage of the free 30-30-30 offer, simply stop by Anytime Fitness, located at 1630 Liberty Drive Thomasville, Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. “It’s our way of saying it’s time to stop blaming the kids,” Richard said. “It’s time to lead by example.” Richard says fitness and nutritional experts from Anytime Fitness are available for interviews upon request. The official COAK.org website launched September 1.

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ders, listening to others even if you don’t always agree with what they are saying, and keeping your mind open to learn from everyone. As he shared our day with the Thomasville Woman’s Club, he reminded members how much people have to gain from each other. He also encouraged members to embrace opportunities and not dwell on small issues. If everyone would use the power of service to each other and the community, they would grow together as a stronger club and better individuals. These are practices he uses in his career, as well as his personal life. Blakeney is currently a teacher and the owner of Mo Blakeney’s Hitting Factory. He is married, has two sons, and one grandchild. He resides in High Point. In 2008, Mo Blakeney was inducted into the Elon Hall of Fame. It delighted him to see his grandmother sitting there smiling and her words of “Well done.” At the end of his speech, club members were all sitting there smiling and feeling inspired to embrace the new year with the goals set forth. “Well done,” was the feeling everyone had received from his message.


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Cuba and the death of communism BY STEVE CHAPMAN Syndicated Columnist Communism has been proclaimed dead more than once in the past couple of decades. But today, it’s safe to say, it is really dead. Irreversibly dead. Cemetery dead. Consider this comment from a knowledgeable Cuban critic who was asked if the country’s brand of socialism, created by Fidel Castro after his 1959 revolution, could be of use in other countries: “The Cuban model doesn’t even work for us anymore.” That remark would have gotten him in trouble with authorities, if his name were not Fidel Castro. here may yet be admirers of Cuban communism in certain precincts of Berkeley or Cambridge, but it’s hard to find them in Havana. The 84year-old Fidel (who later said he didn’t mean to say that) has turned control over to brother Raul, whose faith in the shining power of MarxismLeninism has also dried up. This week, the regime said it will dismiss 500,000 people from government jobs, which account for 84 percent of the work force. Reflecting ruefully on the perils of sheltered bureaucracy, Raul Castro declared recently, “We have to erase forever the notion that Cuba is the only country in the world where one can live without working.” As a blanket indictment, that statement is grossly unfair. Many Cuban government employees put in long hours — working in the black market. That option is not necessarily optional, since the average Cuban makes only about $20 a month — which is a bit spartan even if you add in free housing, food and medical care. For that matter, the free stuff is not so easy to come by: Food shortages are frequent, the stock of adequate housing has shrunk, and hospital patients often have to bring their own sheets, food and even medical supplies. For a long time, Cuba enjoyed the generous support of the Soviet Union. But when communism collapsed in Moscow, Cubans had to confront the deficiencies of their system. Admirers of Castro point to his alleged success in eradicating illiteracy and improving health care. But even these fall short of impressive progress. Roger Noriega, a researcher at the conservative American Enterprise Institute in Washington, notes that before communism arrived, Cuba “was one of the most prosperous and egalitarian societies of the Americas.” His colleague Nicholas Eberstadt has documented

that pre-Castro Cuba had a high rate of literacy and a life expectancy surpassing that in Spain, Greece and Portugal. Instead of accelerating development, Castro has hindered it. In 1980, living standards in Chile were double those in Cuba. Thanks to bold free-market reforms implemented in Chile but not Cuba, the average Chilean’s income now appears to be four times higher than the average Cuban’s. The regime prefers to blame any problems on the Yankee imperialists, who have enforced an economic embargo for decades. In fact, its effect on the Cuban economy is modest, since Cuba trades freely with the rest of the world. How potent can the boycott be when we’re the only participant? Cubans have had to pay for their meager economic gains by surrendering their political liberties. In its latest annual report, Human Rights Watch says, “Cuba remains the one country in Latin America that represses virtually all forms of political dissent.” The latest instrument for strangling dissent is a law allowing the arrest of people exhibiting “dangerous” un-socialist tendencies even before they commit crimes. “The most Orwellian of Cuba’s laws, it captures the essence of the Cuban government’s repressive mindset, which views anyone who acts out of step with the government as a potential threat and thus worthy of punishment,” says Human Rights Watch. But even economic failures and political tyranny have been not enough to deprive Castro of Western admirers. On a 2000 visit to Havana, UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan asserted, “Castro’s regime has set an example we can all learn from.” His lieutenant Che Guevara has been endlessly romanticized. Movie director Oliver Stone once marveled of Fidel, “I’m totally awed by his ability to survive and maintain a strong moral presence.” Cubans may differ. About 1.5 million of them have fled since Castro arrived, many in rickety boats that put their lives in peril. And the government, for some reason, doesn’t let ordinary citizens decide if it remains in power. That’s the grisly fate of modern Cubans. Communism is dead, and they’re shackled to the corpse.

Taking our grids for granted VIEWPOINT

D.G. MARTIN N.C. Columnist With North Carolina so dry that some of us are praying for a hurricane, is there any good news? A big yes from Raleighbased author Scott Huler in his new book, “On the Grid: A Plot of Land, an Average Neighborhood, and the Systems that Make Our World Work.” His good news is that when we turn on the faucet in our kitchens, water still pours out, pure and, seemingly, unlimited. There is more news, good and bad, from Huler about all the wires and pipes, cords and cables, and systems that surround and attach to our homes and workplaces. Using Raleigh as his teaching tool, Huler examines and evaluates the multiple networks and grids that bring us an array of critical services. Starting from his home, he follows his sewer pipes to bigger lines deep underground until he reaches the treatment plant. There he watches the complicated treatment process that removes or transforms all sorts of waste and impurities. Huler finds his water line and follows the passage of the water to the water treatment facility. He describes

admiringly the complex array of equipment, chemicals, and processes that prepare safe drinking water. On a visit to Falls Lake, the source of Raleigh’s water, he learns why, so far, the lake’s limited storage capacity has Raleigh’s water faucets flowing even in very dry weather. Huler makes several similar journeys. He follows the electric lines from his house to nearby transformers, to high voltage and transmission lines that lead back to the generating stations, and to a complicated interconnected multi-state grid that “ships” power back and forth from one region to another. He follows his TV cable back to a complex of satellite receiving dishes and processing units for each channel. He tracks the garbage and recycling trucks from his house to transfers stations, processing and separation facilities. He goes to the landfills, which are carefully designed and operated to insure that the decomposing waste will not contaminate the ground water. He visits the roads, rails and airlines that provide transport for us and for most of the goods we consume so voraciously. What prompted Huler’s investigations? Worrying about the sustainability of all these networks, particularly in light of Raleigh’s rapid growth, he writes, “I keep wondering why the structure doesn’t collapse — how the whole thing works as well as it does, which you have to admit is incredibly well. With those miles of electrical wires and sewer pipes, those new roads and cable lines and cell phone towers going up so fast you can’t even keep

track, why doesn’t the system completely fail more often? Every time you flip a light switch, on come the lights; if the lights go out during a thunderstorm, you can expect to see a truck with a rotating yellow light on the top within a couple of hours.” Huler’s early observation about the current reliability of these networks got support from his investigations. He came away impressed with the professionalism of the people responsible for making these systems work so well and reliably on a day to day basis. That is the good news. The bad news is that the future is not that bright. The systems are aging. Pipes are cracking. Our disposable lifestyle will fill the landfills before replacements are on line. Many roads and bridges are calling for replacement. The electric grid will be taxed by increased demand. These challenges are solvable, but it will take money. Lots of it. And the real bad news, according to Huler, is that we and other taxpayers lack the political will to pay for what must be done to make things work for us in the future as well as they work today. D.G. Martin hosts UNCTV’s North Carolina Bookwatch, which airs Fridays at 9:30pm and Sundays at 5pm. For more information or to view prior programs visit the webpage at www. unctv.org/ncbookwatch/. This week’s (Friday, September 24) guest is Malinda Maynor Lowery, author of “ Lumbee Indians In the Jim Crow South: Race, Identity, and the Making of a Nation.”

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FROM PAGE 1 FUNDS From page 1 because it could bring in a significant amount of money to our school system,” Tobin said. “It could be anywhere between $100,000 and $200,000 for our school system. It could be good, but with that money comes a significant amount of things that make sure we’re doing what we’re supposed to with it as far as a school system.” In order to receive any funding from the “Race to the top” program, Tobin said TCS must present a district plan on how it intends to use the money. Part of the criteria includes bringing innovation into the school system and implementing the use of formative assessments. Tobin doesn’t foresee a problem in developing this plan as TCS is at the forefront when it comes to technology and innovation in the classroom. “We still haven’t gotten to the nuts and bolts of it as far as what our plan is yet,” said Tobin. “We have to come up with a district plan to receive the money and so far we haven’t heard from the state yet. It’s not going to be a huge headache for us. We need to sit down and make sure we put a plan together that will maximize the funding and what we’re doing for our children. There’s

certain criteria the state is going to expect from us in order to get that money. That’s across the board, it’s not just our school system but all 115 across the state. We want to make sure we put together a great plan that will help our children move forward.” Every school system in the state is in line to receive some money from the program, and Tobin said additional funds could be available in the form of grants. Tobin said one of the ways TCS could use the funding is extending on its one-toone laptop initiative that started at Thomasville High School this year. Until a definitive number is given, nobody really knows who will get what, said Tobin. “We’re right in the beginning of this and it’s all new to everybody, even the folks at the Department of Public Instruction,” Tobin said. “They’re feeling their way through this thing and they’re coming up with a plan to present to us. Of course I would love to piggy-back on our oneto-one initiative. I think that’s obvious innovation there in moving our school system forward. We’re in discussion as to how to best spend the money if we were fortunate enough to get some. We’re not going to turn down any money if we’re fortunate enough to get it.”

FESTIVAL From page 1 entertainment at 12:15 with a mix of rock-n-roll and rhythm and blues tunes. Charlotte’s own Tsunami Wave Riders are sure to get people up and shagging at 2 p.m. as they take the crowd back to the boardwalk with tropical sounds of beach music. “We’re excited about using the new amphitheatre this year,” said Croft. “We want folks to be aware we’re shifting the route a little bit, expanding to cover five city blocks.” Also new to this year’s festival, is a high-flying exhibition by King’s BMX Stunt Show. Two-wheeled daredevils will take to the air throughout the day, adding the thrill and excitement of extreme sports for festival-goers. Local dance companies will show off their newest moves at the ever-popular Dance Stage, and the sounds of Southern Gospel music from The Good News Quartet, The Grove Singers, Revelation, Trinity, His Choice and Won Love will brings hands together in praise and fellowship. Children can enjoy carnival rides, games, face painting and a host of hands-on activities. Those looking to satisfy their palates can find a variety of culinary desires at the food court, which boasts 25 vendors serving smoked turkey legs, sausage and kabosa, funnel cakes, cotton candy and other festival favorites. The street celebration brimming with shopping and entertainment venues is sure to offer an action-packed day for everybody. For more information on this year’s Everybody’s Day Festival, contact Croft at (336) 475-6134, or email croft@northstate.net.

OAKLEY From page 1 lowed to use the gun when a threat of serious injury or death — to human or animals — is present and the animal can’t be captured. Insley says that the department is also looking into the use of tranquilizers, which requires certification and may require a veterinarian to sign off on the medication. Insley says he would prefer the tranquilizer. “I’m not for just killing any animal that comes around,” Insley said. “Sometimes it’s just the

presence of a stranger that makes the animal go crazy.” In other news, the council also: Reminded citizens of a town hall meeting set for Sept. 30 at Central Recreation at 7 p.m. Set a public hearing for the regular council meeting on Oct. 18, to discuss incentives for Project Z. Approved a request for a taxi franchise called Taxis Kate. Accepted the 2010 Justice Assistance Grant of $20,598 to be used to purchase law enforcement equipment and support property to benefit the Thomasville Police Department.

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OBITUARIES Index Thomasville Mozelle C. Craven, 89 Connie C. Darr, 94 Earl R. Hunt, 84 Tillie L. Richbourg, 81 Lexington Kathleen P. Lanier, 89 Other areas Mary E. Fitzgerald, 64 Reba Wall Dennis Wood, 63

Mozelle C. Craven Mrs. Mozelle Cecil Craven, 89, a resident of John Green Road, died Sunday, Sept. 19, 2010, at the Henry Etta & Bruce Hinkle Hospice House in Lexington. Born on July 18, 1921, in Davidson County to Jacob Ransom Asbury Cecil and Effie Swaim Cecil, she was a graduate of Hasty High School in 1939 and a member of Spring Hill United Methodist Church. Funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Spring Hill United Methodist Church with the Rev. Chuck Garner and the Rev. Vernon Smith officiating. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. Mrs. Craven will remain at J.C. Green & Sons Funeral Home in Wallburg until taken to the church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral home today from 6 to 8 p.m. and at other times at the home of her son, Jimmy. Memorials may be directed to Spring Hill UMC, 240 Spring Hill Church Road, in High Point, or to Hospice of Davidson County, 200 Hospice Way, in Lexington. Online condolences may be sent to www.jcgreenandsons.com.

Connie C. Darr Mr. Connie Clifton Darr, age 94, of 2299 Old Greensboro Road, died Monday, Sept. 20, 2010, in Lexington Health Care Center. He was born April 17, 1916, in Davidson County son of the late Charles Andrew Darr and Bessie Clinard Darr. He was a graduate of Pilot High School class of 1934. Mr. Darr was formerly employed with Thomasville Furniture Ind. and was a member of Fairview United Methodist Church, Lydia Sunday School Class, Charter Member of The Methodist Men and the Joy Club. He was married Dec. 21, 1940, to Clara Essick Darr, who preceded him in death May 28, 2003. He was also preceded in death by two brothers, infant Arthur Darr and Roy Darr. Surviving are, one

brother, Grady Darr and wife, Thelma, of Thomasville; one sister-in-law Iretha Essick, of Jamestown. Mr. Darr enjoyed farming and gardening and was loved by many nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. in Fairview United Methodist Church in Thomasville with the Rev. Lisa Wishon officiating. Interment will be in the church cemetery. The family will be at J. C. Green & Sons Funeral Home in Thomasville today from 6 to 8 p.m. and other times at their respective homes. Memorials may be directed to Fairview United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, 2876 Old Greensboro Road. Online condolences may be sent to the Darr Family at www.jcgreenandsons. com. ***

Mary E. Fitzgerald HIGH POINT — Ms. Mary Ellen Fitzgerald, 64, a former resident of High Point Manor, died Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010, at the Hinkle Hospice House in Lexington. Born Oct. 22, 1945, in San Francisco, Calif., a daughter of John Fitzgerald and Juanita Hoffcroft Fitzgerald, she was formerly employed with Piedmont Crossing in Thomasville. Honoring Ms. Fitzgerald wishes, she will be cremated and no formal services will be held. The family will receive friends at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Kevin and Cindy Bradley, 5 Big Buck Court. J.C. Green & Sons Funeral Home in Thomasville is assisting the family, and online condolences may be sent to the Fitzgerald family at www. jcgreenandsons.com. The family would like to thank the staffs of Hinkle Hospice House, Britthaven of Davidson, High Point Manor and their loving friends for all the support and care given to Mrs. Fitzgerald and the family during her illness.

Earl R. Hunt Earl Richard Hunt, 84, died on Friday, Sept. 17, 2010, at Hinkle Hospice House. The family received friends from 6 to 8 p.m. on Sunday at Thomasville Funeral Home. Funeral service was held at 2 p.m. Monday at Thomasville Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Donnie Lunsford officiating, followed by interment in Mount Pleasant Community Church Cemetery in Trinity. Online condolences may be made through www.thomasvillefh.com.

Kathleen P. Lanier LEXINGTON — Kathleen Potts Lanier, 89, of Lanier Road, died Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010.

RATE From page 1 ing job growth across the board,” said ESC spokesman Larry Parker. “While we have been seeing job growth in sectors such as manufacturing, construction is still way down from a year ago. When we start seeing all or most of these different sectors gain jobs, that will be a pretty positive sign.” Parker added that several factors can lower a state’s unemployment rate. One of those is a decrease in the labor force, which happened last month. North Carolina’s labor force dipped by more than 19,000 workers in August and the number of employed people also fell by 14,473. The number of people unem-

Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. today at Friendship United Methodist Church. Davidson Funeral Home is serving the Lanier Family. Online condolences may be made at www.davidsonfuneralhome.net.

Tillie L. Richbourg Mrs. Tillie Lee Blanding Richbourg, 81, of 304 Cox Ave., died Sunday, Sept. 19, 2010, at her home. Funeral service will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. in Zion Tabernacle F. B. H. Church. Burial will follow in Holly Hill Memorial Park Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the church 30 minutes before the funeral service and other times at the home. S. E. Thomas Funeral Service is in charge of arrangements.

Reba Wall ALBERMAREL — Reba Joyce Yokeley Wall, a long-time Albemarle, N.C., resident, passed away peacefully at 9 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 19, 2010, in the Memory Enrichment Center at the Elms at Tanglewood, Clemmons, N.C. The family will receive friends from 1 until 2 p.m. Wednesday at Hartsell Funeral Home in Albemarle. A service honoring Mrs. Wall will follow at 2 p.m. in the Hartsell Funeral Home’s Lefler Memorial Chapel. Lori W. Gaskin, James E. Yokeley Jr., William Thomas Yokeley and Charles E. Gaskin will celebrate the life, love and impact of Reba Yokeley Wall. Following the church service, interment will be in the Stanly Gardens of Memory. Pallbearers will be Chuck Gaskin, Jimmy Yokeley, Tom Yokeley, John Whitley and Rex Misenheimer. Her surviving brother, James E. Yokeley Sr., will serve as an honorary pallbearer. Mrs. Wall was born in Thomasville on Jan. 15, 1927, to the late Bernie H. Yokeley and Nell Chandler Yokeley. Upon graduation from Thomasville High School, Mrs. Wall attended Virginia Intermont College. Some in Albemarle remember her as a society writer for the Stanly News and Press where she wrote about marriages, reunions and a range of events capturing the spirit and joy of society in the Stanly County area during the 50’s and 60’s. Mrs. Wall was preceded in death by her husband, Thomas A. Wall Jr., a decorated World War II combat veteran and highly respected CPA in Albemarle. Some of her greatest joys were shared with her beloved Tom where, throughout their marriage of 31 years, they were virtually inseparable. The two worked as a team when he opened and ran a private public accounting practice in Albemarle in the years

ployed, however, went down by nearly 5,000. “We’ve got to remember that we’re still down 257,000 jobs since the recession began,” Parker said. “We just need that consistency. The rate has been going down but it’s due to a number of different factors each month. Some months we’ve had job growth and employment gains, but we’ve also lost people out of the labor force. This month it’s one of those things where we added jobs but at the same time, technically, the number of people employed went down. The rate either holding its line or coming down, even a tenth, is a good thing.” The state unemployment rate last August was 10.9 percent. Staff Writer Eliot Duke can be reached at 888-3578, or duke@tvilletimes.com.

following his graduation from Catawba College. Avid bridge players, they often entertained neighbors, friends and extended family in their home on Sylvania Avenue where “Reba and Tom’s” love, support and hospitality are affectionately remembered by many. Strong advocates of education and individual responsibility, the Walls quietly supported and encouraged a number of young people in their quest toward college degrees and careers. Following her husband’s death in 1983, Mrs. Wall established the Thomas A. Jr. and Reba Yokeley Wall Endowed Scholarship Fund at Catawba College, which has provided on-going annual tuition support to deserving North Carolina Piedmont Region students of accounting for over 20 years. Memorials may be made to the Thomas A. Jr. and Reba Yokeley Wall Endowed Scholarship Fund at Catawba College, in Salisbury, the Elms at Tanglewood Memory Enrichment Center Staff Development Fund, Harper Road, in Clemmons, or Community Homecare and Hospice of Statesville. Online obituary and condolences at www. hartsellfh.com. ***

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DENTON — Dennis Junior Wood, 63, of James Lovette Road, Denton, died Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010, at Lexington Memorial Hospital. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. today at Southside Baptist Church. The family received friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Briggs Funeral Home in Denton. Online condolences may be sent to www. briggsfuneralhome.com.

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SPRINT CUP SERIES

Bowyer has just enough fuel to win BY REID SPENCER

CALENDAR TODAY VOLLEYBALL W. Davidson @ Thomasville 5 p.m. VOLLEYBALL E. Davidson @ C. Davidson 5:30 p.m.

NASCARMedia.com LOUDON, N.H. — The picture told the story. Clint Bowyer’s No. 33 Chevrolet spun in a cloud of smoke as Bowyer celebrated Sunday’s victory in the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. In the same frame, Tony Stewart’s No. 14 Chevy coasted slowly across the finish line, out of fuel and out of the running for a race win that had seemed a distinct possibility barely more than a lap earlier. Bowyer, the last driver to qualify for the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, and Stewart both gambled on fuel after pitting for the last time on Lap 208 of 300 at the 1.058-mile racetrack. Bowyer won, beating resilient Denny Hamlin to the finish line by .477 seconds and surging into second place in the Chase

VOLLEYBALL Ledford @ SW Randolph 6 p.m.

standings after the first of 10 races. Hamlin leads Bowyer by 35 points as the Sprint Cup Series heads to Dover. Stewart lost, running out of fuel off Turn 4 while leading with the white flag — signaling one lap left — clearly in his sights. “Just ran out,” was Stewart’s immediate, terse reaction to his fuel crisis, but it spoke volumes. The two-time series champion left Loudon in 11th place, 124 points behind Hamlin. Bowyer was still in fuel-saving mode with Hamlin running him down on the final lap, but he mashed the pedal out of Turn 4. “Wide open, stay in it — come on!” spotter Mike Dillon radioed to Bowyer as he rounded the final corner, almost as if he were driving a thoroughbred down the stretch. Jamie McMurray finished third, and Dale Earnhardt Jr. fourth. Kevin Harvick, who

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Clint Bowyer celebrates in Victory Lane after his See BOWYER, Page 10 win on Sunday at New Hampshire.

ON NASCAR

WEDNESDAY GOLF E. Davidson @ SW Randolph 3:30 p.m. GOLF Ledford @ MPC Match 4 p.m.

CATHY ELLIOTT NASCAR Columnist

Taking the fifth in Cup Chase breakdown

SOCCER Thomasville @ C. Davidson 7 p.m. SOCCER Lexington @ E. Davidson 7 p.m. TENNIS C. Davidson @ Thomasville 4:30 p.m. TENNIS E. Davidson @ Lexington 4:30 p.m.

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EVERYBODY’S DAY CHAMPS The team of (L-R) Danny Southern, Jim Cheek, Stamey Hardin and Jason Sink won the 20th Annual Everybody’s Day Golf Tournament held at Winding Creek on Monday. They won on a scorecard playoff with a total of 49.

Crimson Tide demolish Blue Devils BY STEVE WISEMAN Durham Herald Sun

TENNIS So. Guilford @ Ledford 4:30 p.m. VOLLEYBALL Ledford @ W. Davidson 5:30 p.m.

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DURHAM — A soldout Wallace Wade Stadium overflowed with fans —half in Duke blue, seemingly just as many in Alabama red. Nearly 40,000 people created a buzz of excitement at kickoff, and ABC-TV’s cameras beamed the scene around the country. The big-time college football atmosphere Duke sought had been achieved Saturday. It took the top-ranked Crimson Tide mere minutes to turn the game into a big-time rout. Alabama needed a few ticks more than 10 minutes to score four touchdowns, two by Heisman Trophy-winning running back Mark Ingram, to stun the Blue Devils on the way to a 62-13 win before a crowd of 39,042. The Crimson Tide’s first possession lasted

one minute, 19 seconds. bama ran up 382 yards The second lasted 2:12. at halftime and finished The third was 3:06, and with 626 total yards. “I was really pleased the fourth just 55 secwith the way our players onds. When the initial rush came in ready to play,” was done, Alabama Alabama coach Nick led 28-0 with 4:52 still Saban said. “I was reremaining in the first ally concerned coming off last quarter. week’s “ Y o u game [a have to get ‘You have to get home win over beover Penn ing shellover being shellS t a t e ] shocked, shocked, and that’s with how and that’s we would a difficult a difficult thing.’ respond thing,” to comD u k e coach Da— David Cutcliffe ing on the vid CutDuke head coach road for the first cliffe said. time.” “You look It was at the eyes of your players on the no sweat. The reigning nationsidelines, and they are al champion Crimson shocked.” Duke’s defense, porous Tide (3-0) scored points while allowing Elon and on nine of their first 10 Wake Forest to combine times with the ball and for 81 points in the sea- didn’t punt until their son’s first two games, 11th possession, which simply was defenseless occurred in the third most of the game. Ala- quarter.

Alabama didn’t even face a third-play until after halftime. “It was absolutely deflating to look up and see 28-0 and the defense really couldn’t get anything going,” Duke safety Matt Daniels said. “We weren’t able to stop them and they jumped on us quick. It was really devastating to see that.” One of the few things Duke (1-2) accomplished was keeping Alabama from establishing a new record for points against the Blue Devils. Florida State’s 70 points in the 1995 season-opener at Orlando, Fla., remains the record, though not by much. That Alabama threatened such a mark, Cutcliffe said, is a testament to their deep talent. “In the 26 games I’ve coached against Alabama,” said Cutcliffe, a 1976 Alabama graduate

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I was talking to my dad on the phone recently, and mentioned that now that it’s Week 1 of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, the time has come for me to jump on the ol’ bandwagon and write a column predicting this year’s winner. “Who do you like?” he asked. So I told him, and he said, “Oh, don’t say that in public, darlin’. That’s bad. That won’t win you any fans.” Really? What else is new? Two things about this reaction really stand out. One, daddies in the South still call their grown daughters “darlin’,” and two, if your very own daddy thinks it’s a good idea to distance himself from your championship choice, you may be in more than a little bit of trouble with everyone else you know, and lots of folks you haven’t met. Who is this driver that will cause my credibility — or what remains of it — to take such a negative hit? He must be pretty bad, if picking him to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship will turn not just a handful of fans, but apparently all of America itself, against me. I’m glad you asked. Let’s talk about Kyle

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There will be a softball tournament Oct. 2 at Finch Park in Lexington to benefit the Josie Mullins Foundation. Team admission is $150 and concessions will be made available. For additional information contact Jamie Walker at 239-1122.

GENERAL Golf tournament benefit There will be a captain’s choice Children of Vietnam Golf Tournament Oct. 7 at Jamestown Park Golf Course. The event will begin at noon. For more information visit www.childrenofvietnam.org.

Brier Creek sports registration Brier Creek is currently holding registration for flag football, 10U and 12U softball and 12U baseball. Each sport is open to any child regardless of school attended. Ages for flag football are if he/she is 6 years of age on/or before Oct. 16 and not 9 years of age on/or before Oct. 16 of the playing year. For more information or to register call Stephanie or Robert Meyer at 4751819, or visit www.briercreekathletics. com. All sports are $65 per player which

CHASE From page 7 Busch. If bone-deep talent was enough to win races and championships, most of the other teams might just as well stay home and watch football every weekend as try to go up against KB. I wasn’t watching NASCAR during the early careers of drivers like David Pearson and Dale Earnhardt — let’s throw Cale Yarborough in there, too — but I suspect fans’ reaction to those guys when they first came on the scene was similar to what Kyle brings out in people. We cheer and we hiss, we laugh and we get mad, but mostly our jaws drop. I seriously believe that if NASCAR sanctioned hermit crab races, Kyle’s entry would be the most aggressive crab on the circuit, sliming the other decapods out of the way with a well-timed flick of his gooey antennae. He’s that good. I would love to see Kyle take home the trophy. A young, controversial champion would be great for NASCAR, and Champion’s Week would be absolutely rocking as Las Vegas celebrated a hometown hero. But ... Kyle seems to have a knack for finding trouble on the track, and vice versa. A 10-week stretch of good behavior, good equipment and good luck seems questionable at this point. Multiple championships are in his future, but probably not this year. Kyle’s teammate Denny Hamlin won six races during the regular season, and has already publicly stated that he performs best under pressure. I like Hamlin; he’s outspoken, and has “the look,” the attitude, and the talent to back it all up. Joe Gibbs Racing gives him stellar equipment to work with every week. Hamlin has made the Chase every year since entering fulltime NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competition, and says losing the championship so many times has helped him figure out how to win one. He’s definitely a top contender. But ... Hamlin has a tendency to be streaky, and consistency is crucial during the Chase. He’ll most likely

Concealed handgun class There will be a concealed handgun class Sept. 25 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.

HiToms to host fall tourney The HiToms are hosting a fall high school baseball tournament Sept. 25-26 at Historic Finch Field. Open to American Legion programs and showcase squads, the round-robin will provide teams with a three-game guarantee against high-level competition. For more call 336-472-8667.

win one or more of the final 10 races, but other problems could offset those wins. He’s mighty close, but I don’t believe this is his year. Speaking of consistency, let’s talk about Kevin Harvick. It has been so long since any other driver led the regular season points that I can’t even remember who it was, and Harvick won three races in the process. The Chase re-seeding dropped him to third place, but that’s no big deal. He has convinced us that he knows how to hang onto a seat at the top. Harvick, or either of his teammates Jeff Burton and Clint Bowyer, would be popular champions because none of the three has ever won the title, and fans would love to see a victorious Richard Childress celebrating up there on the stage. We like R.C.’s drivers; we LOVE him. But ... when you get down to the nitty gritty, these three guys have the fire, but it doesn’t seem to have blossomed into a real inferno. When we look at Harvick and get that twitchy feeling that maybe it’s time to call for backup from the tanker truck, then he’ll be a contender. There are three Ford drivers — Carl Edwards, Greg Biffle and Matt Kenseth — in the Chase field. They have combined for one win — Biffle at Pocono Raceway — headed into the Chase. Edwards wrapped up the regular season with a string of great finishes, managing to fall just short of Victory Lane several times. But ... most experts say it’s going to be difficult, if not impossible, to win the 2010 championship without winning at least one Chase race along the way. The Ford guys are going to have to improve on that 1-25 record to have a legitimate shot at the title. Tony Stewart was solid, but not stellar, this season, before getting his first and only win of the year (so far) at Atlanta. When the Chase field was set, he ended up pretty much where he’s been all season — in the middle of the pack. But ... Stewart is a sneaky one. The twotime NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion has shown a ‘sleeping giant’ penchant for coming alive late in the year, when it really counts.

He gives me pause. So does 2004 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kurt Busch, who some feel peaked early in the season. But ... Kurt is a methodical type of driver and that ‘steady goes the race’ mentality, combined with the aggressive driving style he doesn’t always show, but definitely still has, could get the job done. Four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon hasn’t won a race this year, but still managed to finish the regular season second in the driver standings. If you believe Gordon isn’t ravenous for that fifth title, go find a mama bear and her cub and stand between them, and see how that works out for you. That’s how badly Gordon wants to win. But ... there is another guy out there with four titles, and he is standing smack-dab in Gordon’s way, and in the way of the 10 other guys in contention for the 2010 championship. Which brings me to the driver I predict will win the 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship. Athletes and teams with five or more consecutive championships are a lonely bunch. UCLA men’s college basketball has done it. So has tennis star Roger Federer (in the U.S. Open), the New York Yankees and the Chinese women’s volleyball team. It is exceedingly rare, but it happens. Jimmie Johnson has the experience needed to get the job done; four championships in a row will do that for you. He won five races during the regular season, second only to Hamlin. He has great records at most of the tracks in the Chase. He has Hendrick Motorsports’ equipment and engineering know-how. He has confidence. He has Chad Knaus. Chad Knaus also has confidence. Variety is a good thing, and although this year’s championship might not be the best thing for the sport in general from that standpoint, Jimmie Johnson is still the man to beat. I know it’s a safe pick, and probably an unpopular one, since it made my own father disassociate from me. But ... at least it’s honest. All we can do now is wait and see.

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DAVIDSON COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS SCHEDULE OF ABSENTEE MEETINGS The following is a list of the days and date on which the Davidson County Board of Elections will meet if necessary, to approve the applications for absentee ballots for the General Election to be held on November 2, 2010. The meetings will be held at the Board of Elections Office, 912 Greensboro Street, Lexington, North Carolina, pursuant to G. S. 163.230.1 (c1). Any other business to be transacted by the Board will be done at this time. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2010............................8:30AM TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2010..................................8:30AM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2010.............................5:30PM MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2010.................................5:30PM TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2010................................5:30PM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2010.............................5:30PM FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2010....................................5:30PM SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30. 2010.............................3:00PM MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2010................................5:30PM TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2010 COUNT ABSENTEES- 2:00PM WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2010..........................5:30PM (Count Curbiside, Provisional, and Transfer Ballots) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2010 ---CANVASS-------11:00AM "Any person with disability(ies) who needs an accommodation to participate in the above meeting, please call the office (242-2190). Board meeting are open to the public. RANDALL LANIER, CHARIMAN DAIVDSON COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS September 21, 2010 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in a certain deed of trust executed by Randall Scott Briggs and wife Ann OʼDelle Briggs, dated the 4th day of October, 1999, and recorded in Book 1155, page 1835, in the office of the Register of Deeds of Davidson County, North Carolina, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness thereby secured, and the said deed of trust being by the terms thereof subject to foreclosure, and the holder of the indebtedness thereby secured having demanded a foreclosure thereof for the purpose of satisfying said indebtedness, and the undersigned Trustee having petitioned the Clerk of Superior Court of Davidson County for an Order Allowing Foreclosure to proceed and such Order having been entered, the undersigned Trustee will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at the Courthouse door of the Davidson County Courthouse, Lexington, North Carolina, at l2:00 noon on the 30th day of September, 2010, all of the property conveyed in said deed of trust, including all buildings and permanent improvements affixed thereto, which property as of ten (10) days prior to the posting of this notice was owned by Randall Scott Briggs and wife Ann OʼDelle Briggs, the same lying and being in Hampton Township, Davidson County, North Carolina, and more particularly described as follows: See Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION FOR RANDALL AND ANN BRIGGS BEGINNING at an iron found in the center of HAMPTON ROAD (SR 1485), said beginning point being a common corner with the property of ANTHONY BRIGGS (SEE DEED BOOK 557, PAGE 151-152, DAVIDSON COUNTY REGISTRY); thence North 86 Degrees, 00 Minutes, 00 Seconds West, crossing an iron set (SAME BEING LOCATED NORTH 47 DEG., 24 MIN., 32 SEC., WEST 73.62 FEET FROM A FIRE HYDRANT LOCATED ON THE EAST SIDE OF HAMPTON ROAD) at 32.02 feet and continuing for a total distance of 275.00 feet, to an iron found in the common boundary line of the property of HUBBARD REALTY (SEE DEED BOOK 1010, PAGE 727, DAVIDSON COUNTY REGISTRY); thence along the said common boundary line North 16 Degrees, 45 Minutes, 00 Seconds West, 122.98 feet, to an iron found south of the private roadway named ALEX HAYES ROAD; thence North 76 Degrees, 00 Minutes, 00 Seconds East, crossing an iron set at 244.13 feet and continuing for a total distance of 276.00 feet, to an iron found in the center of the said HAMPTON ROAD; thence along the center of the said HAMPTON ROAD 208.45 feet along a curve to the right of radius 905.08 feet, a chord bearing and distance of South 11 Degrees, 38 Minutes, 30 Seconds East, 207.99 feet, to the beginning containing 1,040 acres (45323.570 square feet), more or less, according to a survey map prepared by DAVID BRADLEY COE (RLS) OF COE FORRESTRY & SURVEYING, P.O. Box 36, WALLBURG, N.C. 27373, 336-789-4873, DATED SEPTEMBER 16, 1999, SHOWN AS JOB # 99177, A COPY OF WHICH IS ATTACHED HERETO AS AN EXHIBIT AND INCORPORATED HEREIN BY REFERENCE. FOR BACK REFERENCE, SEE DEED BOOK 378, PAGE 402, DAVIDSON COUNTY REGISTRY. SEE ALSO HAMPTON TAX MAP 4, LOT 17. The Trustee is advised that the property is located at 5948 Hampton Rd., Clemmons, NC 27012, and is being sold as is SUBJECT to any city-county ad valorem taxes and any special assessments that are a lien against the premises, as well as all prior deeds of trust, liens, judgments, encumbrances, restrictions, easements and rights-of-way of record, if any, and THERE IS NO WARRANTY RELATING TO TITLE, POSSESSION, QUIET ENJOYMENT OR THE LIKE IN THIS DISPOSITION. SALE IS AS IS WHERE IS. An order for possession of the above-described property may be issued pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in favor of the purchaser and against the party or parties in possession by the Clerk of Superior Court of the county in which the property is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered into or renewed on or after October 1, 2007 may, after receiving the Notice of Sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 daysʼ written notice to the landlord. Upon termination of a rental agreement, the tenant is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the effective date of the termination. The highest bidder at said sale shall be required to make a cash deposit of five percent (5%) of the amount of his bid or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, at the time of sale, with the balance immediately due and payable upon expiration of the time allowed for filing upset bids. 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and former Tennessee assistant and Mississippi head coach, “that’s the best Alabama team I’ve seen. Hats off to them. They played extremely well and we got beat in all phases.” Ingram, making his season debut after missing two games following knee surgery, gained 151 yards on nine carries, with all but two coming in the first half. He helped the Crimson Tide rush for 315 yards. “It was great to have Mark back,” Saban said. “[He] certainly gives us another weapon and he did a fantastic job in the time that he played.” Wide receiver Julio Jones had a big day, catching five passes for 106 yards and a touchdown. McElroy threw three touchdown passes while completing an efficient 14 of 20 passes for 258 yards. “They’re the numberone team in the nation for a reason,” Daniels said. “They came out and executed and pretty much dominated us.” Ingram found his mid-season form on the game’s first play from scrimmage. He took a handoff, beat the Duke defense to the corner on the right side and sprinted down the sideline for a 48-yard gain. After another Ingram rush, McElroy fired a 9-yard touchdown pass to Darius Hanks for a touchdown with 13:41 to play in the first quarter. Duke gained just six yards on its first possession as quarterback Sean Renfree completed 1 of 3 passes. Alabama took over and, on the fourth play of that drive, McElroy completed a 35-yard pass to Jones. After a sack, McElroy and Jones connected on an 18-yard touchdown pass. Duke failed to get a first down on its second drive and, on the first play of Alabama’s ensuing possession, Ingram ran 50 yards to the Duke 27. His 1-yard touchdown run at 6:03 made it 21-0 Alabama. Renfree tossed an interception on the next play before McElroy fired a 31-yard pass to Hanks to the Duke 17. Ingram’s 17-yard touchdown run gave the Crimson Tide a 28-0 lead and the Blue Devils were out of hope with 4:52 left in the first quarter. “You get back on your heels against a team like that,” said Cutcliffe, who suffered the most lopsided defeat of his coaching career, “and they are going to make you look really bad.”

led the standings after the first 26 races, ran fifth despite fighting handling problems throughout the race and is third in the standings, 45 points out of the lead. Jeff Gordon, David Reutimann, Ryan Newman, Kyle Busch and Sam Hornish Jr. rounded out the top 10. Bowyer approached the first Chase race with optimism, his 2007 maiden

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race. Johnson finished one position behind Stewart. Hamlin, the top seed entering the Chase, survived a spin in Turn 4 that dropped him temporarily from third to 22nd. On Lap 214, as Hamlin was rolling through the corner, Carl Edwards’ No. 99 Ford slid up the track into Hamlin’s car and caused the spin. “Can’t hold his line, can he?” Hamlin said sardonically, before Edwards’ spotter relayed a message

of apology from his driver to Hamlin. “I got mad on the radio for like 10 seconds, and it was like, ‘All right, what do we got to do; just tell me what we’ve got to do to get back up there,’ ” Hamlin said after the spin that forced him to pit road and eliminated potential fuelmileage issues for the No. 11 Toyota. “Normally, I think years ago, I really would have kind of flipped out, but I think now it’s just a little bit more relaxed.”

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back down,” Bowyer said. “I could tell in (crew chief Shane Wilson’s) voice — once you get that relationship with somebody, you can tell in his voice how nervous he was, and he sounded pretty nervous.” Bowyer finally ran out of fuel during his burnout, and a wrecker pushed the winning car to Victory Lane. Stewart finished 24th on a day that saw Jimmie Johnson’s quest for a fifth straight championship slowed by a loose wheel late in the

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