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SPORTS Catch results from Friday night football action in today’s Sports. See Page B1

Business Tammy Holyfield discusses how to set boundaries at work and home. See Page B6

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Vigil to honor victims of domestic violence BY ELIOT DUKE Staff Writer

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ALL-AMERICAN Ledford High School student Dewey Mullis Tuesday is presented a jacket by U.S. Army Lt. David Pumphrey (left) and Sgt. Scott Owens. Mullis has been selected to be a member of the 2011 U.S. Army All-American Marching Band. He will join an elite group of musicians who will perform during halftime at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Saturday, Jan. 8, 2011, at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. See Story, Page B5.

October is domestic violence awareness month and Thomasville Police Department is honoring victims of this national epidemic with a vigil next Thursday. TPD is holding a vigil called “Love Should Not Hurt� Oct. 21 at 6:30 p.m. in front of the department’s headquarters at 7 W. Guilford St. to honor victims and survivors of domestic violence and also to raise awareness that help is out there for people who feel trapped in a destructive relationship. “We wanted to do something to show our stand against domestic violence,� TPD Lt. Kimberly Sebastian said. “It is an ongoing issue and has been for a long time. Domestic violence for years was just kept hidden. It was kept in the home and nobody talked about it. It was just one of those things. More people are starting to take notice and are trying to do something about it.� Joining TPD at the vigil will be Family Servic-

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Race for District 81 seat heats up FIND MORE COVERAGE FROM THE ELECTION TRAIL IN TUESDAY’S TIMES

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Brown vows to protect private property rights

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LEXINGTON — Hugh Holliman came into Tuesday’s candidate forum at Davidson County Community College with as grim an outlook as any about the challenges facing North Carolina in the coming year but also trumpeting successes of the past. As Holliman, D-Davidson, finishes off his fifth term as the representative for North Carolina House District 81, the politician looks to return strong and finish what he started — and not without a few tips from those who put him in office. “We’ve always managed our budgets well in this state, and we always will, and we are moving forward,� Holliman said. “It won’t be easy. It doesn’t matter who’s doing it. We all need to come to the table with ideas to improve how we run this state.� A small business owner of 25 years, Holliman says he has felt the pain of the struggling economy and understands the plights of independent business owners in North Carolina. “We didn’t ask for this recession, none of us did, and we are all here to deal with it,� he said. “It’s been a strange recession. It’s deeper than most, and it’s probably going to last longer than most.�

Brown, however, says job creation shouldn’t stay in the hands of the state government. “I don’t believe that government creates the first job other than more government jobs,� she said. “What government can do is create the atmosphere that fosters job growth. Regulation is killing us.� As a one of the most regulated states in the union with one of the highest tax rates — and as the only state in the nation that raised four basic taxes this past fiscal year — North Carolina shoots itself in the foot as far as economic development is concerned, Brown said. “If you want more job creation, then you’re simply going to have to take the tax burden off small business, off the corporations, off the individual,� she said. “We wonder why our job creation is lagging behind. It’s not just a number — these people are not statistics.� And since government shouldn’t play a role in job creation, Brown says government incentive grants are also not a part of her vision. “I don’t like to play games,� she said in response to both Holliman’s and N.C. House District

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Republican challenger Rayne Brown and House District 81 Rep. Hugh Holliman square off recently at a candidates forum. Economic development remains high on the list of issues facing the state as unemployment remains lower than prerecession rates. Part of that process, Holliman says, is offering incoming companies incentive grants. “I support economic development incentives, not because I’m crazy about giving away money,� he said. “It’s the game we have to play. I’d be more than happy to make an agreement with other states to say let’s do away with this, because I think we’d do great in North Carolina without it. I like a level playing field.� That being said, Holliman

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LEXINGTON — Rayne Brown began her segment of Tuesday’s candidate forum at Davidson County Community College on a light note. Attempting to clear up any constituent confusion, the Republican candidate challenging Hugh Holliman for the North Carolina House District 81 seat mentioned that some citizens had come up to her surprised that she was a woman. “For those of you who don’t know, I’m a girl,� Brown said laughing. But next was all business as the legislator-hopeful tackled various issues facing next year’s government officials. Chief on that list — and on everyone’s mind — remains jobs, jobs, jobs.

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Relay For Life fundraising

Motivated Movers, a team participating in the 2011 Relay For Life of Davidson County, would like to announce that its fundraising efforts are underway. The team is using an online company called Fun Pasta to raise money for the local American Cancer Society. Fun Pasta Fundraising, whose pasta is created in over 300 different shapes like animal paws or holiday shapes, is a family-owned business based out of Nashville, Tenn. To donate, visit Fun Pasta’s Web site at http://www.funpastafundraising.com/shop/motivatedmovers.

Host families sought for foreign exchange students

International Fellowship, a nonprofit exchange student program in business for more than 50 years, is looking for volunteer families or individuals to host foreign exchange students during the coming school year. These high school students from abroad will be here for a full academic year or for a semester. Students have their own spending money and are covered by health and accident insurance. For more information, call (800) 6478839, e-mail infelwes@cecomet.net or

Steak or chicken benefit dinner The fourth annual steak or chicken benefit dinner and silent auction sponsored by The East Davidson Community Park will be held today from 4 until 8 p.m. at Rich Fork Baptist Church. Tickets are $15 each or 2 tickets for $25. Each steak or chicken dinner includes salad, baked potato, dessert and a drink. A child’s hotdog dinner will also be available for $5 each and this meal includes chips, dessert and a drink. For tickets or for more information, contact Sonya Alexander at (336) 2096679 or Brian Deweese at (336) 345-1518. All proceeds from this event go back into the park improvement fund.

interviewing, creating narratives, identifying photos and the struggle to meet a deadline. Additional conversation will surround the importance of documenting local history, the possession of memory and the right to own our pasts. A business meeting, election of 2011 officers and refreshments will follow. All meetings are open to the public.

Beekeeper’s Association meeting Davidson County Beekeeper’s Association will meet on Monday, Oct. 18, at 7 p.m. at Davidson County Agricultural Auditorium, 301 East Center St. in Lexington. The topic will be an open discussion concentrating on winterization of bee hives. The November meeting date will be Nov. 22 at 7 p.m.

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Coltrane Clan Reunion The 77th Annual Coltrane Clan Reunion will be held Sunday at Centre Friends meetinghouse, 325 East NC Hwy 62, in Greensboro. Gathering is at 12:30 p.m. Covered dish dinner will be held at 1 p.m.

Outdoor dog and family event Ruff Love Rescue will hold a dog fest event at the Level Cross Community Center, 112 Branson Mill Road, in Level Cross, on Sunday from 1 to 4:30 p.m. There will be dog contests, a kid’s corner, a silent auction, bake sale and 50/50 raffle. For more information, visit www.ruffloverescue. com.

Genealogy Society meeting The Genealogy Society of Davidson County will hold its regular quarterly meeting Monday, Oct. 18, at the First Reformed UCC on 104 East Center St., in Lexington. Guest speaker will be Tonya Lanier. She will discuss her new book “African Americans of Davidson County.” Personal stories and precious photos are shared, the most powerful way to pass the wisdom, experience and voice of one generation to the next. The making of “African Americans of Davidson County” will lend insight into the particulars of creating a historical pictorial. Topics will include researching,

The Fitness Center at High Point Regional Health System is offering a progressive exercise class designed to help individuals alleviate and or prevent both acute and chronic low back discomfort. The class will take place at The Fitness Center at High Point Regional, 601 North Elm St. in High Point. Classes begin Oct. 19 and meet every Tuesday and Thursday for four weeks from 7:15 to 8 a.m. A series of exercises will be taught which isolate the key muscle groups responsible for low back stability and integrity. In addition to wearing loose-fitted clothing that will allow freedom of movement, participants must be able to physically get up and down off the floor as most exercises are performed while lying on an exercise mat. Along with the formal instruction, a handout describing each exercise will be provided so that the program can be continued at home for optimal results. Back safety tips are also discussed. The cost is $50 for current members and High Point Regional employees and $65 for non-members. This class is ideal for those individuals who may be suffering or have suffered from either acute or chronic low back discomfort and is also beneficial for those who may still experience discomfort even after surgery or other treatments. For more information or to sign up, call (336) 878-6221. Space is limited.

Day of Hope at Pizza Hut

Relay For Life of Davidson County will be hosting a Day of Hope at Pizza Hut on 129 Lowes Blvd. in Lexington on Wednesday, Oct. 20. A portion of the proceeds made during 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. will be donated to the American Cancer Society. For a free ticket or for more information, contact Amanda Turner at aturner89@live.com. The ticket must be presented at the restaurant in order for the DCCC Relay For Life team to receive credit.

Book signing

Phyllis Stump, award-winning author and playwright, will have a book signing of her most recent novel “The Story of a Mountain Midwife’ at Monkeez Brew, 32 E. Main St., on Thursday, Oct. 21, from 4 to 7 p.m. Signed copies cost $14, and $5 from each book sold will be donated to Communities in Schools of Thomasville. For more information, call (336) 4744233 or (336) 474-4245.

Business After Hours

Thomasville Area Chamber of Commerce will hold Business After Hours on Thursday, Oct. 21, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 1673 Aviation Way, in Lexington. This is a joint business networking event with the Lexington Chamber. It is a great opportunity to connect with new business prospects and check out a great asset, the Davidson County Airport.

A Lite Holiday

Cooperative Extension will hold a Lite Holiday from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Oct. 21, 2010, at Guilford County Ag Center, in Greensboro. The event includes a variety of topics including green decorations, gifts on a shoestring, holiday foods, caring for holiday plants, creative gifts ideas, turkey talk and more. Registration fee is $5, which includes idea booklet, recipes, refreshments and more. Seating is limited. To register, call the Extension office at (336)375-5876. The program is sponsored by Advocates for Cooperative Extension (ACE) volunteers. ACE is dedicated to strengthening families.

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Today we will see sunny skies with a high temperature of 69º, humidity of 45% and an overnight low of 41º. The record high temperature for today is 84º set in 1953. The record low is 34º set in 1997. Sunday, skies will remain Average temperature . . . . . . .67.6º sunny with a high temperature of 73º, humidity of 43% and Average normal temperature .60.5º an overnight low of 44º. Expect mostly sunny skies Departure from normal . . . . .+7.1º Monday with a high temperature of 77º. Skies will remain Data as reported from Greensboro mostly sunny Tuesday with a high temperature of 76º.

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Trinity native crowned 2010 Junior Miss North Carolina TIMES STAFF REPORT

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Hannah Leigh Welborn-Lewis of Trinity was crowned 2010 Junior Miss North Carolina recently at the Little Miss North Carolina State Scholarship Pageant held at the J.E. Broyhill Civic Center in Lenoir, NC. The contestants represented their respective communities from across the state of North Carolina. Each competed in private interview, beauty, swimwear and sportswear categories. Hannah was presented a $1,000 scholarship and $200 for winning in overall swimwear, modeling and wardrobe. She performed a clogging routine to “Magic Carpet Ride� and placed second in talent. Hannah is a dance student at N2Danzn Studio of Dance in Thomasville. Hannah, 12, is a seventh grade student at Archdale-Trinity Middle School where is the also a member of the cheerleading squad. She is the daughter of Mandy Welborn-Lewis and granddaughter of Gary and Lynn Welborn of Trinity. Hannah entered the pageant representing Thomasville where she was the 2010 Majestic Miss Thomasville and was sponsored by the Little Miss Thomasville committee. The Little Miss & Teen Miss North Carolina State Scholarship Pageant, celebrating it 24th year, is a youth development program promoting excellence in personal development, Scholastic achievement and the performing arts. Hannah is excited to represent the State of

The Third annual Mid-State Tractor Heritage Pageant was held Saturday, Oct. 9, 2010, in conjunction with the Mid-State Tractor Heritage Parade and Show in Asheboro. Funds from the pageant are put toward scholarships that go to graduating seniors from Randolph County High Schools who are going into agricultural-related studies. Pictured, front, from left, are Wee Miss - Amelia Lackey of Staley, Little Miss - Emma Holt of Denton, Overall King - Matthew Phillips of Carthage, Overall Queen - Savannah Lambeth of Asheboro, Tiny Miss - Kaleigh Owens of Asheboro, Baby Miss - Cadence Adams of Seagrove, Baby Mister - Canon Stone of Archdale; middle, from left, Junior Miss - Hailey Nancy of Trinity, Ambassador - Jessica Hughes of Thomasville. Back Row (l to r) Little Mister - Zachary Tucker of Asheboro, Young Miss - Ramsey Luther of Archdale, Teen Miss - Taylor Hooper of Archdale, Miss - Taylor McQuaigue of Archdale.

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Do you ever get disgusted when you turn the TV on and watch the news, or pick up a newspaper and read something totally ridiculous? Well, I do! I will admit to the Thomasville Times reader’s that I am not racist, biased, or have any hang-ups as far as that goes. I believe that people need to get out and work and earn their way through this life. I know at times we all need some type of help but, America Wake Up. Our jobs are now overseas and we struggle just to find work. I thought this was the land of opportunity, a land of growth and prosperity. Where did it go? Our great-grandfathers watched as their friends died in the Civil War, some of our fathers died in World War II, and I watched as my friends died in Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. None of the died for a foreign flag. They fought under the red, white and blue with our stars representing each great state of our country. We the people. Everyone died for the U.S. flag. A few weeks ago in Texas, a student raised a foreign flag on the school flag pole.; another student took it down. Guess who was expelled, the kid who took it down. Kids in a high school in California were sent home on a foreign holiday because they wore T-shirts with the American flag printed on it. Enough is enough. We The People need to stand up for America. I’m taking a stand. Why you may ask? Because I was taught to love my country, now I am beginning to wonder if my country loves me? We’ve bent over to appease the American-haters long

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enough. I’m standing up because the hundreds of thousands who died fighting wars for this country, and for the U.S. flag, that can’t stand up. And shame on anyone who tries to make this a racist message. A map of my country: Let me make this perfectly clear — this is my country. And because I make this statement, does not mean I’m against immigration. My best friend is Asian, but he is a U.S. Citizen. He got no free rides. You are welcome here in my country. Welcome! To come through legally: Here is how to become a legal citizen of the United States of America. 1. Get a sponsor. 2. Learn about the Constitution of The United States of America, and the law of the lands, then take the U.S. Citizenship Test, and recite The Pledge of Allegiance and be sworn in as a U.S. Citizen. 3. Get a job; 4. Obey the laws; 5. Pay your taxes; 6. Learn the language like every immigrant has in the past; 7. And, please don’t demand that we hand over our lifetime savings of Social Security funds to you. I am not in fear of offending someone because, the truth sometimes hurts us all. And if you disagree that you may offend someone then, you’re part of the problem. When will America stop giving away their rights? We’ve gone so far the other way, bent over backwards, not to step on toes or not to offend anyone. But it seems no one cares about the American Citizen who’s being offended?” Wake up, America. If you agree with some issue, talk to some of the politicians and our representatives who represent we the people. Remember this on election day. If you don’t agree, just sweep it under the rug. Perhaps the problems will just go away. In closing the column for this week, I say to you the loyal readers of Uncle Bill’s Corner, May God help us all and may God bless America. Uncle Bill is over and out, have a great week.!

Piedmont Crossing is pleased to host Dr. Mary Poovey on Saturday, Oct. 23 at 10:30 a.m. in the Veranda Room. Dr. Poovey will present a program about International Education and what universities are doing worldwide. Light refreshments will follow. Poovey is a Professor of the Humanities at Samuel Rudin University and Professor of English at New York University. Her primary scholarly work focuses on nineteenth-century British literature, history, and culture, although she has also published on eighteenthcentury British literature and

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STEVE CHAPMAN Syndicated Columnist In war as in life, what doesn’t happen is often as significant as what does. The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, with their setbacks, victories and casualties, have many things in common with past American wars. But there is one big thing missing this time: the draft. Hendrik Hertzberg noted recently in The New Yorker magazine that “for the first time in a century, America is fighting a long war — indeed, two long wars, each longer than our participation in both World Wars put together — without conscription.” A few decades ago, the draft was a requirement for any major military undertaking. No one would have dreamed of fighting the Germans and Japanese, or the North Koreans and Chinese, without calling up young men for mandatory service. Not until the waning years of the Vietnam War did the nation elect to rely entirely on volunteers. It was a controversial step, and one whose durability was very much in doubt. But in the intervening decades, the draft has gone from being indispensable to being unthinkable. Even the extraordinary demands of two difficult wars have not induced a reconsideration. That change represents a sort of throwback to the early days of the republic. When President James Madison proposed conscription for the War of 1812, New Hampshire’s Daniel Webster rose on the House floor in eloquent opposition. “Where is it written in the Constitution, in what article or section is it contained, that you may take children from their parents, and parents from their children, and compel them to fight the battles of any war in which the folly or wickedness of government may engage it?” he demanded. That was the end of that idea, until the Civil War. It’s true that legislation to restore the draft has been introduced repeatedly by Rep. Charles Rangel, D-N.Y., but without the slightest expectation that Congress would take him up on it. There is simply no sentiment in either party in favor of the idea. It’s not just that no one wants to bring back the bit-

ter divisions and organized resistance the draft produced in the 1960s. It’s also that we have established the clear superiority of a military composed of men and women who choose to serve. David Henderson, an economist who teaches at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif., says he sometimes asks his students, all officers, how many favor a return to conscription. “It’s been zero for the last 15 years,” he says. The common view is, “Why would I want people under me who don’t want to be there?” No one would imagine you could run a private business with employees who are forced to take jobs there against their will. Imagine the difficulty of motivating them. Yet we used to run the Army that way. Back then, it was accepted wisdom that the draft was a more economical way of fighting a war, since soldiers didn’t have to be paid much. But that belief was grossly mistaken. The first reason is that the draft doesn’t reduce the cost of carrying on a war. It merely shifts it from taxpayers at large to able-bodied males, a saving for the federal budget but an enormous burden on conscripts. That’s why the journalist Nicholas von Hoffman once urged, “Draft old men’s money, not young men’s bodies.” Another is that it’s a colossal waste to cycle large numbers of people, many of them poorly suited to military service, through the ranks for a couple of years just so they can bail out at the first opportunity. The all-volunteer force provides a far bigger return on training dollars, while enlisting men and women who want to do what soldiers do — including combat. There is no doubt that the current wars have put exceptional burdens on the active duty force as well as reservists — burdens far greater than they expected when they signed up. But future soldiers will have no illusions about what to expect, and they will adjust their choices to fit the new reality. Thanks to the abolition of the draft, if Americans want to keep making such heavy demands on the military, they will have to pay generously enough to get people to enlist and re-enlist. It was once a novel experiment: fielding a force to protect freedom without grossly violating freedom by dragooning young men to serve. But it’s worked so well we’ve almost forgotten there’s an alternative. To find out more about Steve Chapman, visit www.creators.com.

The party of women BY DAVID HARSANYI Syndicated Columnist It’s comforting to know there is still one political party out there willing to battle the dark forces of misogyny. Just knowing that so many of its leading lights — John Edwards, Ted Kennedy and Bill Clinton come to mind — did not hesitate to personally show their profound respect for womankind is reassuring. But I fear we’re losing ground. As you’ve heard, nepotism’s never-ending gift to California — the nation, really — Jerry Brown, is in a tight gubernatorial race against Republican Meg Whitman, former eBay CEO. In leaked audiotapes, a Brown campaign aide is heard mulling over the pros and cons of using the word “whore,” and no one challenges him. It’s time to release that righteous feminist anger, right, sisters? No? Perhaps these days, the word “whore” is more accepted as a gender-neutral definition of politician. I leave these linguistic questions to you. The National Organization for Women wasn’t too offended and endorsed Brown only a day after we learned about the incident. And even if the entire Brown brouhaha is overblown politics — and, actually, I think it is — you can’t help but wonder whether a Republican would ever

survive a similar scandal. Nah, I’m kidding. No rational person wonders about that. Though Whitman is a pro-choice moderate and her accomplishments in the private sector are impeccable, there is, in the end, an “R” after her name. And you know what “R” denotes? Reactionary, radical and almost certainly racist. If there’s anything worse than having “R” attached to your name, it’s having an “R” next to your name and being pro-life. It means that you’re actively driven — by some baffling genetic malady — to work against the interests of women (well, except for the hundreds of thousands of future women you want to save each year). In Colorado, television ads, press releases and e-mails assure me that Republican senatorial candidate Ken Buck is anti-women — and pro-rapist even. (An example of a recent representative tweet: “Tea party Republican Ken Buck Chooses Rapists Over Women.”) These people care so much about women that they’ve led a concerted effort to track down an alleged victim of date rape and exploited her tragic and un-prosecutable case — as found by two district attorney offices — for political purposes. Yep, politics is a revolting business. I’m just trying to figure out when to get angry.

I must have missed the feminist outcry, for instance, when conservative columnist Michelle Malkin was referred to as a “big mashed-up bag of meat with lipstick on it” by Keith Olbermann on MSNBC. And if you’re interested in a rape case that was eminently prosecutable in Colorado, revisit Kobe Bryant’s time in beautiful Eagle in 2003. As Greg Pollowitz of the National Review Online points out, “when you ask yourself if Ken Buck is anti-woman, also ask if Buck went on to honor the alleged rapist in his home.” President Barack Obama did. Do I believe the president is anti-women? Of course not. And neither has Buck done anything to suggest misogyny, other than disagree on left-wing social policy. Admittedly, I comprehend precious little about women. Yet it remains a mystery to me why more women aren’t offended that a small group defines what real “women’s issues” are, or dictates to everyone which words and ideas they should all find offensive. Unless, of course, we are to accept that women walk in ideological lock step. Which seems like a pretty misogynistic position to me. David Harsanyi is a columnist at The Denver Post and the author of “Nanny State.”

Letters to the Editor Letter to the Editor I just received my daily dose of Hugh Holliman fliers. It seems Holliman has become the champion of the middle class this election season. He tells us that he’s working tirelessly for us in Raleigh, and that if we elect Rayne Brown to replace him the consequences will be almost too horrible to comprehend, and that she’s some kind of radical and completely out of touch with the citizens of Davidson County. I thought I’d better check on Brown’s stand on the issues and I found that contrary to Holliman’s portrayal of her, she seemed pretty moderate.Among other things, she’s for a constitutional amendment to limit state spending and index it to the inflation rate and population growth, she wants to change the tax environment in the state to make it more business friendly as well as more citizen friendly, she wants to end the governments abuse of private property rights through out-of-control and unjust eminent domain and forced annexation laws, she wants to see passage of the castle doctrine home self defense law, she wants to raise the cap on charter schools, and give parents a better choice on their kids education. I also looked at Holliman’s record and it seems that in the 10 years he’s been an assemblyman as well as the majority leader of the assembly our taxes have gone up substantially, our jobs have hemorrhaged out of the county, partially due to the federal government’s policies but also due to North Carolinas unfriendly business climate, tax structure, generally high taxes, and our states $3.2 billion deficit which is the sixth worse in the nation. Our schools reading and math,

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as well as graduation rates, are below the national average in almost all categories that the federal government charts, this in spite of spending a fantastic amount on education. Holliman says we can’t trust Brown because there’s no telling what she’ll do in Raleigh. I’d submit that we can’t trust Hugh Holliman because we know what he’s done in Raleigh for the past 10 years, with out-ofcontrol spending, poor fiscal policy, unfunded pension debt, and until this election cycle, a general lack of concern for Davidson County. Davidson county has one of the highest unemployment rates in the state. Ride through Lexington and Thomasville and look at the vacant plants. This didn’t happen overnight, but most of it did happened while Holliman was in Raleigh .The same can be said about the bridge on I-85. It didn’t just start to be unsafe, it’s been that way for years and now that Holliman’s in a tight race it seems he wants to take credit for getting it repaired. I think it should have been repaired years ago, but better late than never I guess. The more I see him on television and read his political literature, the more I’m convinced that it’s time for a change in Raleigh. It almost seems Holliman is busier, and more concerned with being the majority leader of the state assembly, than being Davidson county’s assemblyman. The only way that this will change is at the ballot box. I’m supporting Rayne Brown because I don’t think Davidson County and North Carolina can afford any more of Hugh Holliman’s leadership. James Zucker, Davidson County

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of service. The family will receive friends from 2 to 3 p.m. Sunday at Holly Grove Lutheran Church in Lexington. Funeral service will follow at 3 p.m. with Pastor John Makco officiating and followed with Interment at Church Cemetery. The family will receive friends at other times at the Eddinger home place. A special thanks to those care givers at Abbotts Creek who went above and beyond their duties to love and care for mom and support of the family. The family asks that donations be made to Holly Grove Lutheran Church. Online condolences may be made through www. thomasvillefh.com.

BY ERIN WILTGEN Staff Writer

Of all the questions asked at Tuesday’s candidate forum at Davidson County Community College, the most debated involved the state budget. The forum featured candidates for the tight North Carolina House District 81 race — incumbent Democrat Hugh Holliman and Republican challenger Rayne Brown — as well as Jerry Dockham, the incumbent Republican running unattested for N.C. House District 80. Brown wasted no time in expressing her dislike for the way things have been done in Raleigh, highlighting the state’s reliance on temporary tax increases and federal stimulus money to balance the budget, both of which won’t be available next year. “We are in a mess at the state level,” she said. “We’re going to go back into next year with a debt of about $3.2 billion. State government has got to get back to its core functions. It’s got to decide what are its priorities.” Dockham also emphasized looking at what the state’s main goals are and zeroing in on those.

“Someone once told me always make sure the main thing is the main thing,” he said. “We’re going to have to think about what are the main things that we want government to do for this state and what can we afford to do.” Dockham compared government to a business and the legislators to a board of directors, saying that if a company had as big of a shortfall as the state had this past year, the members of that board wouldn’t be there very long. Holliman, a small business owner for 25 years, said that government is nothing like running a company. A business cuts back on expenditures and possibly services during tough economic times, he said. “In state government, it doesn’t work that way,” he continued. “When times are bad, the needs go up.” Holliman pointed to how the community college enrollment increases as people return to school to make themselves more employable and how social service departments see an increase in demand. “We’re one of seven states in this union that

BROWN From page A1 80 candidate Jerry Dockham’s statement about incentives. “I don’t like economic development incentives one little bit. The government gets into the position of picking winners and losers.” In the game of incentives, politically connected companies always end up with the grants, Brown says. The answer, she says, lies instead with a stable tax structure. “Companies look ahead at the longterm plan,” Brown said. “Incentives, tax credits — they really don’t solve the problem. Not very many business men are going to plan an expansion based on a temporary incentive or temporary tax credit.” Linked with economic development comes school systems, largely because having an educated workforce numbers high on the list of companies looking to relocate or expand. But education carries its own weight apart from merely bringing jobs. “We’re spending 62 cents out of every dollar on education,” Brown said. “Education is the most important thing that we can basically do. If we don’t have good education in our state, then we certainly are not going to be able to compete in the world and compete across this nation.” While protecting teachers and lowering the dropout rate remain some of the highest priorities, Brown says that curriculum is also a concern. “I think in North Carolina we need to get back to the basics,” she said. “We teach 550 different courses in the public school system. That’s just a wee bit much for me.” Another highly contested issue in the state remains the age-old debate of forced annexation. Brown says that with 45 other states in the country growing and developing without municipalities gobbling up rural areas, she doesn’t understand how the Tar Heel State hasn’t

has a AAA bond rating,” Holliman said. “We borrow less than anyone else. We’re very cautious about what we do.” Brown, however, begged to differ, harping on the $175 million increase in debt this past year. “We have just borrowed and borrowed and borrowed, and we’ve gone around the people of this state instead of through the people of this state,” she said. “I understand why, because it’s a little inconvenient to have to put it on the ballot because you may not get the answer you want from the people, but that doesn’t make it right. This is real debt — $175 million in new debt without our approval is not peanuts.” Holliman countered that citizens haven’t put in their two cents on the issue, and that this year’s budget of $18.9 billion is down from last year’s $19 billion which is down from the $20.7 billion in 2007-08. “We’ve made the hard decisions, and we’ve done it without the public input because they didn’t want to give us any,” he said. “It’s easy to make statements. But it’s not easy to get in there and roll your sleeves up and do what needs to be done.”

learned to do the same. “Cities grow,” she said. “They have learned to grow without annexation all over this country. This is a state that has pretty low respect for private property rights. Our private property rights are one of the most basic freedoms that we have. Government really is instituted to protect and defend our freedoms, and we have a state government that takes them and continues to take them every single day.” The state also continues to push its citizens toward adopting a lifestyle that it doesn’t exactly live through the concept of a rail system. “The alternatives that our politicians are leading us toward are completely unacceptable,” Brown said. “They are pushing us toward rail service that we can neither afford, nor need, nor want. There is no public outcry for rail at this time.” Brown pointed out that even the best rail systems in the world are only used about 7 percent of the time to meet transportation needs, and reports have estimated that an individual will only use rail once every 27 years. “I have nothing against rail, it’s very romantic,” Brown said. “But I don’t want everyday citizens paying for my privilege. We’re not Europe right here in this community. We’re not Charlotte.” Brown ended with a break-down of her beliefs — the highlight being limited government. She says that government should tax as little as possible, respect freedoms rather than take them away and understand that every dollar taken from citizens is a loss of freedom. “I got involved in this race because I felt so strongly that we have a government now that is weakening the family, damaging the free enterprise system,” she said. “The citizens of District 81 are going to have a choice between two very, very different visions of this state and where it needs to go.” Staff Writer Erin Wiltgen can be reached at 888-3576.

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Index Thomasville James C. Crenshaw Sr., 70 Charles M. Hartman, 72 Giles B. Kennedy Jr., 88 Lexington Berley E. Adams, 73 Hazel M. Eddinger, 88 John D. Reaves, 64 Other areas Rhonda S. Harmon, 49 Jewell L. Spell, 94

Rhonda S. Harmon Berley E. Adams LEXINGTON — Berley Elwood Adams, 73, a resident of Westwood Drive, Lexington, died Oct. 12, 2010, at Forsyth Medical Center of Winston-Salem after declining health. Funeral service will be held today at 2 p.m. at Piedmont Funeral Home Chapel.

James C. Crenshaw Sr. Mr. James Crawford Crenshaw Sr., age 70, of 3 Connor Court, died Oct. 13, 2010, in Thomasville Medical Center. Born July 28, 1940, in Lancaster, S.C., son of the late Guy Crenshaw Sr. and Eva Cook Crenshaw, Mr. Crenshaw retired as a regional manager with Hickory Springs Mfg. Co. and served in the U. S. Marines during the Korean Conflict. Funeral service will be held today in Fair Grove United Methodist Church at 11 a.m. with the Rev. David Noyes, Mrs. Jane Baity, the Rev. Crawford Crenshaw and Mr. Glenn Crenshaw officiating. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. The family will greet friends at the church today from 10 to 11 a.m., the hour of the service. In lieu of flowers memorials may be directed to Fair Grove United Methodist Church, 138 Fair Grove Church Road. Online condolences maybe sent to the Crenshaw Family at www.jcgreenandsons.com.

Hazel M. Eddinger LEXINGTON — Hazel May Eddinger, 88, died Thursday, Oct. 14, 2010, at Abbott’s Creek Care & Rehabilitation Center in Lexington. Born Nov. 14, 1921, in Davidson County to the late Grady and Effie Lopp, she retired from Brasscraft of Thomasville in 1983 after 21 years

WINSTON-SALEM — Rhonda Susan Harmon, age 49, of Winston-Salem, died Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2010, at her home. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday at Davidson Funeral Home, Hickory Tree Chapel, with Pastor Ronnie Comer officiating. Davidson Funeral Home, Hickory Tree Chapel is serving the family. Online condolences may be made at www.davidsonfuneralhome.net.

Charles M. Hartman Charles Monroe Hartman, 72, lifelong resident of Thomasville, died Sept. 30, 2010. Born in Davidson County on Dec. 16, 1937, to the late Henry A. and Coriner Fishel Hartman, he graduated from Thomasville High School, and later joined the National Guard. Funeral services were held Oct. 9 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, High Point, where Charles was an active and faithful member.

service will be held at a later date. The family request, in lieu of flowers, memorials be directed to the Abbotts Creek Care Center, designate Activities Department, 877 Hill Everhart Road, in Lexington. J.C. Green & Sons Funeral Home is assisting the family, and online condolences may be sent to the Kennedy family at www. jcgreenandsons.com.

John D. Reaves

LEXINGTON — John Dell “Johnny” Reaves, 64, of Leonard Road, Lexington, died Thursday, Oct. 14, 2010, at Hinkle Hospice House. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Piedmont Funeral Home Chapel.

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DENTON — Mrs. Jewell Loftin Spell, age 94, Denton, died Friday, Oct. 15, at Mountain Vista Health Park in Denton. Memorial service for Mrs. Spell will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Clear Springs United Methodist Church. Inurnment will follow in the church cemetery. Born July 9, 1916, in Davidson County to Zeb V. and Freda Bean Loftin, she was a graduate of Denton School, was an active member of Clear Springs United Methodist Church and was a member of the Eastern Star. Briggs Funeral Home in Denton is serving the Spell family.

Giles B. Kennedy Jr. Mr. Giles Benjamin Kennedy Jr., 88, a resident of Abbotts Creek Care Center, Lexington, formerly of Jacob Street Ext., died Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2010, in the nursing center. Born Feb. 2, 1922, in Davidson County, a son of the late Giles B. Kennedy and Sally Brinkley Kennedy, he was a veteran of the U.S. Army, having served during World War II. Memorial graveside

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FROM PAGE A1 HOLLIMAN From page A1 added that the state has added provisions making tax incentives depended on companies following through on the promised number of jobs. But incentive grants in and of themselves don’t complete the economic development equation. “Job creation and economic development is not a one-tax rate issue,” Holliman said. “It’s an issue of putting your best foot forward in all areas. Good universities, good community colleges, good public schools bring good companies. We would all like to see everyone in North Carolina employed. What’s important for us is we keep all of the tools in the toolbox.” A key part of maintaining high-level education revolves around simply keeping children in school, Holliman said. “We don’t have jobs for people who drop out of high school,” he said. “It’s vital that we get them on a road to be employable. Not all kids are going to a four-year university, but there are other ways.” Holliman suggests the county look into more non-traditional methods of education, such as trade schools, career technology schools and all-year-round schools. Protecting school teachers, and assistant teachers in the younger grades, also remains a top priority for the state, the incumbent says, emphasizing the increased need for education in hard times. Holliman mentioned that from community colleges to early childhood programs such as Smart Start, education is one thing government can’t skimp on. “All of our kids are important, and we need to make sure that we take care of those, even in tough times,” Holliman said. “You can’t say to the 6-year-old coming to school that we’ve got a recession so we can’t give you an education this year.” Another hot topic, particularly in rural Da-

vidson County, remains forced annexation. Holliman noted a bill already passed by the N.C. House of Representatives that states if 15 percent of the residents in an area being considered for forced annexation sign a petition opposing the move, it will go to a vote. “I’ve said all along that people need a bigger voice in the process, and a lot of people are getting very little for their additional taxes,” Holliman said. “It’s going to take both sides giving a little bit.” Continuing with the clash between rural and municipal areas of the state, Holliman addressed the concept of a railway throughout North Carolina. He agreed with Republican contender Rayne Brown that rail in Davidson County wasn’t practical, but he also pointed out that other, more populated areas of the state did have need for public transportation. “I think it is important that we continue to look at rail and bus,” Holliman said. “I think we do it gradually, and if you don’t have ridership you don’t advance. I don’t want to discourage that. For our lager cities and our more populated areas, it’s certainly an alternative that needs to be explored.” All in all, Holliman says one of the biggest assets he can take back to the General Assembly is experience. Made majority leader of the house this past session, Holliman says working with 119 other politicians can be challenging, especially when it takes 61 votes to pass a bill. “It’s not so much about what you believe and what you’re going to do, you have to be able to work with the other members of the general assembly to get your thoughts heard,” he said. “It takes experience. It takes leadership. It takes people who have been there and know what they’re doing.” Staff Writer Erin Wiltgen can be reached at 8883576 or at newsdesk@tvilletimes.com.

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VIGIL From page A1 es of Davidson County, Davie County Domestic Violence Services and Rape Crisis Center and the Dragonfly House, a child advocacy center. TPD also plans on planting a tree in memory of the 54 people who have been murdered so far in 2010 as a result of domestic violence across North Carolina. Two guest speakers — Teri Hairston and Lillie Miller — will be on hand to share their stories of domestic abuse and how they managed to free themselves from abusive relationships. Hairston is a former Winston-Salem police officer turned author, poet and domestic violence advocate. Miller is a domestic violence survivor and poet, as well. “Teri was a police officer when she was being abused,” said Sebastian. “She has a wonderful, heartbreaking story. People need to remember that this can happen to anyone. You would think a female police officer is not going to let someone stand there and beat on her, but it can happen to us, too, and it does.” Domestic violence not only affects family members but police officers. Domestic violence calls are some of the most dangerous calls a police officer can respond to, as emotions are generally running high, creating a very volatile situation for everyone involved. Sebastian said that a person usually tries to get out of

a violent situation seven times before finally leaving for good. “These calls are definitely the most dangerous because we don’t know what we’re going to find,” Sebastian said. “For a long time, officers felt why didn’t she just leave. It didn’t take me long to realize that when a woman actually tries to leave is the most dangerous time. That is when more of the homicides or serious assaults occur. We want victims to know that when they are ready to leave that we are here to help them.”



Sebastian said domestic violence offenders often break down their victim’s self-esteem and try to isolate them from family and friends over time. Victims are encouraged to shy away from any line of support they have, Sebastian said, including their jobs. With no support system, victims are left feeling alone and trapped in abusive relationships. “It’s all about power and control,” said Sebastian. “A lot of times, on the outward, nobody can really tell. It becomes so gradual and before you

know it, he’s got her. They wear them away mentally before the abuse starts physically. It’s important to recognize the signs. Domestic violence is like a cancer, it doesn’t know any prejudices.” T-shirts and bracelets will be on sale with all proceeds going to support victims and survivors of domestic violence. For more information, call Sebastian at 475-4284 or Det. Kisha Yokeley at 4755536.

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If you were to look back at my prayer life, you would find that I have prayed and asked God for one thing more consistently than anything else. I want to see a real, honest revival break out not only in America, but around the world. I am not asking for a preacher to come and bring a message of encouragement. I want to see a revival where people are convicted of their sin, true repentance is birthed in hearts, and where many souls are saved. I guess that is a rather bold request, but history is filled with seasons of revival and renewal in the church. Why can’t we see the kind of revival where whole cities and even nations are turned to the Lord? What makes this generation or this time in history any different than the settings in the past when revival broke out? I’ve never really done research on past revivals, but I’ve heard stories about them. In some cases it only took a handful of people crying out to God to birth a revival. It seems to me that God wants to bring renewal and revival to our country and even the world, so I keep wondering why it doesn’t happen. I don’t know the answer, but I would venture to guess that if God wants to do it, then it must be something on our side keeping it from happening. When I taught Fashion Merchandising I used to teach a unit about fashion through the decades. I noticed a trend through history that as we went through difficult economic times or wars, the churches tended to fill up. There was in a sense a renewal, a turning of our hearts toward God. It surprises me when you consider the current economic situation that there hasn’t been a stronger resurgence of faith. I figured between 9/11, the wars that have followed, and the current economic situation that there would be an incredible renewal and revival occurring. When you look around, it seems to me that the fields of human hearts are ripe for

spiritual harvest. So what is keeping a revival from occurring? I know that I am not the only one praying for renewal and revival. There are churches and people all around the world hoping and praying for revival. While it would be great if more people prayed for revival, it’s not a lack of prayer that’s keeping revival from breaking out. I think that part of the reason is that the people who attend church are not taking the message of good news outside the church building. It’s our responsibility to take the message outside the four walls of the church. While God can supernaturally come and cause revival to break out in our country, I think He is waiting for us. I believe it takes a move of God’s spirit on a human heart to bring salvation to a soul, but I believe God uses people like you and me to initiate the conversation that stirs the lost soul. I believe God is waiting for us to step outside our comfort zone to reach out to our friends, neighbors, co-workers, and other people who are in our sphere of influence. If each reader spoke to two people in the next month about the gospel and half those people turned their hearts and lives over to God, we would see the beginning of a revival. What I am suggesting is not easy; it requires something from everyone. In the past God raised up preachers who traveled and brought revival in their wakes. Maybe God wants this next revival to be different; souls saved one at a time. Maybe God wants to use people who feel inadequate yet are filled with His Spirit to reach out and change the world. Imagine how workplaces, schools, and communities could be changed and transformed because we all begin to share our faith. I want to encourage you to pray and ask God to give you the strength to share your faith with a couple of people in the next month. I believe God wants us to pray, but He also wants us to be willing to be His hands to reach out to the lost. I want the world to know that as for me and my house, we believe and trust in the Lord. As for me, I pray that as God opens the door for me to share, I hope that I will seize that opportunity and share the message of His love.

Pumpkin patch Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church will hold a Pumpkin Patch. The sale of pumpkins is a fundraiser for the Wesley Memorial UMC Youth and will be open now until Oct. 31 on the corner of Chestnut Street and Westchester Drive in High Point. The Patch will be open daily from noon to 8 p.m. There are story times at 12:30 p.m. on Sundays and great photo opportunities for families. Group appointments are available. For more information or to make an appointment, contact Melissa Coley at (336) 884-2204, ext. 229, or mcoley@wesleymemorial.org, or the Rev. Adam Vernon, minister of youth, at (336) 884-2204, ext. 255, or avernon@ wesleymemorial.org.

Barbecue fundraiser dinner A barbecue fundraiser dinner will be held at Central Wesleyan Church today from 4 to 7 p.m. in the FLC. Cost is $8 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under $5. Eat in or take-out is available. The church is located at 300 Hinkle St. For more information, call (336) 4764664.

Fish fry The Men’s Fellowship of Friedland Moravian Church, 2750 Friedland Church Road, in Winston-Salem, will host a fish fry today from 4:30 until 7 p.m. The menu includes fried flounder, hushpuppies, boiled potatoes, slaw, Krispy Kreme doughnuts, coffee and tea. Hotdogs will be available for children. Cost is $10, and children under 12 are free with a paying adult. For more information, contact Larry Fagge at (336) 885-5441.

Good Samaritan Bazaar First United Methodist Church, 100 East Sunrise Ave., will hold a Good Samaritan Bazaar from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. today.

The event will sell homemade goodies such as banana jam bread, cream cheese tea loaf, chess pies, French coconut pies, sweet potato pies, lemon chess pies, fresh apple pies, cinnamon rolls, frozen chicken pies, pecan pies, cakes, dinner rolls, etc. Hot dogs will be available, as will some “Treasure Sale” items on the lawn. All proceeds go to help in the church community. For more information, call the church office at (336) 476-4223.

through Friday, Oct. 22 at 7 p.m.nightly. The preaching schedule is as follows: Dr. Jackson will open on Monday; Min. Joyce Luckey on Tuesday; Elder Pamela Jackson on Wednesday; District-Elder Tommy Walker on Thursday; and Dr. Jackson will conclude the Revival on Friday. Everyone is welcome to attend these services. The church is located at 7 JW Thomas Way, Thomasville. For more information call the church office at 476-7218.

Clothing give-away

Fall Festival children’s ministry

Born Again Free Deliverance Tabernacle Church of God The Apostle’s Faith, 315 Spring St., will host a clothing giveaway today from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free hotdogs and popcorn will be provided. For more information, call (336) 788-4330.

Richard Creed to speak The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Winston-Salem, 4055 Robinhood Road, will hear Richard Creed, a columnist for the Winston-Salem Journal, give a talk titled “A Horse Is a Horse, of Course, of Course.” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. At the 9 a.m. pre-service forum, Darryl Hunt will speak about his wrongful conviction and the work of his foundation, The Darryl Hunt Project for Freedom and Justice.” For more information, see uufws.org.

Family & Friends Day Citadel of Faith Christian Fellowship will celebrate it’s 9th Annual Family & Friends Day on Sunday. Dr. George B. Jackson, pastor will deliver the morning message. Dinner will be served at 1:30 p.m. Pastor John Leazer and Macedonia Baptist Church will be the special guests for the afternoon service at 3 p.m. Citadel of Faith’s Spiritual Renewal Revival will be held Monday, Oct. 18

Bethel United Methodist Church, 508 Fisher Ferry St., will hold a Fall Festival children’s ministry on Sunday from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. outside, weather permitting. There will be fun and games for all ages – hayrides, pumpkin and face painting, ball toss, fishing games, sand art, cosmic crafts, huge inflatables and other games. Hotdogs, cotton candy, popcorn and special music will be available.

Sister’s Tea Born Again Free Church will host its annual Sister’s Tea on Sunday, Oct. 17, at 6 p.m. Bible class will be taught by Pastor Bishop Barbara Adams followed by a light dinner.

Pancake meal The United Methodist Men of First United Methodist Church will hold a pancake meal on Saturday, Oct. 23, from 7:30 until 11 a.m. Adults will eat for $6 and children under 10 years for $3. Proceeds will go to help the men with their projects in the community and church. Call (336) 476-4223 for more info.

Fish fry

Pine Woods UMC, 200 Pine Woods Church Road, will hold a fish fry Saturday, Oct. 23, from 5 to 7 p.m. Adults cost $10 and children ages 12 and under cost $5. Takeout is available.

Finch Preaching Mission

Memorial United Methodist Church will host its 51st annual Finch Preaching Mission Oct. 24-26 at the church at 101 Randolph St. with the Rev. Dr. William H. Willimon as guest speaker. The Rev. Dr. Willimon will begin this year’s mission on Sunday, Oct. 24, at the 11 a.m. service in the sanctuary at the church. He will continue the program on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday evening, Oct. 24-26, at 7 p.m., with celebration in song beginning at 6:45 p.m. Light refreshments provided and no charge for admission. For more information, call the church office at (336) 472-7718 or visit the web site at www.finchpreachingmission.org.

Spiritual enrichment event

Bishop William H. Willimon, guest preacher for the Finch Preaching Mission at Memorial United Methodist Church, will be giving an inspirational message at the Tom A. Finch Community YMCA on Tuesday, Oct. 26. The event will be held in the meeting room at the YMCA from 12:10 to 12:50 p.m. There is no charge, and the event is open to all in the community. The YMCA will provide light snacks and beverages. Attendees can bring their own lunch if they wish. For more information, call (336) 475-6125.

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CALENDAR MONDAY GOLF Ledford @ MPC Match 3:30 p.m. SOCCER W. Davidson @ Thomasville 7 p.m. SOCCER E. Davidson @ C. Davidson 7 p.m. SOCCER Ledford @ NE Guilford 7 p.m.

TUESDAY CROSS COUNTRY E. Davidson @ CCC Finals 5 p.m.

Bulldogs prove too much for East BY ZACH KEPLEY Sports Editor There were no surprises Friday evening at East Davidson. Thomasville took care of the Golden Eagles with ease, coasting to a 63-6 win in Central Carolina Conference action. Thomasville had over 400 yards in the first half, as the starters were done for the night after 24 minutes of play. Shaquan Johnson had three carries for 206 yards and two touchdowns to go along with two receiving touchdowns. “I just came out focused and had to get something going to help my team win,” said Johnson. Quin Riley added eight carries for 101 yards and two touchdowns, and Kesean Green had five carries for 97 yards and one score. Sam Nelson was 6-for-10 passing with 156 yards and three touchdowns. A fumble by Thomasville actually gave East

the first true scoring chance at the THS 42, but the Bulldog defense stood strong as usual, forcing a punt. East’s defense did not immediately yield points, but once they did, the scoreboard operator was busy. Quarterback Sam Nelson hit Sharaun Mouzone down the middle of the field for a 28-yard strike, putting the heavily favored Bulldogs ahead 7-0 with 4:31 left in the first quarter. Thomasville (8-0, 2-0) would go on from there to score three times on its next four snaps. The first snap was a Riley 65-yard jaunt, after the swift-footed senior broke three tackles and took it the distance. A fumble by Golden Eagle fullback Zach Greeley gave Thomasville the ball on its own 44, where two plays were needed. Green took the first handoff and was immediately hit by Jamar Harrington for a 4yard loss. Green shook it

CROSS COUNTRY Ledford @ MPC Meet 5:30 p.m.

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backs ran the ball hard and made it really tough for us. They were just the better team tonight.” Johnson scored twice more on a 21-yard touchdown catch and 70-yard run, with Riley adding a 13-yard run for six to make it 49-0 at the half. About the only thing Thomasville did wrong in the first half was give up 91 yards in penalties. Johnson went on to add his fourth score in the second half.

“I never thought I would score four touchdowns in a game,” Johnson said. East (2-6, 0-2) finally got some points on the board with Justin Rutledge stomping his way into the end zone from 28 yards out. Quindale Williams rounded out the scoring with a touchdown run. “We have got to get better somehow,” Lingerfelt said. “We have three more weeks to get something going.”

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off quickly, receiving the pitch from Nelson and blasting down the sideline from 60 yards out. Another turnover scooped up by Davonte Gordon-Hunter set up the next score. Nelson dropped back and hit a wide open Johnson over the middle for a 47-yard scoring strike, as the rout was on with the Bulldogs leading 28-0. “They had too much speed,” said East coach Bryan Lingerfelt. “The

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Thomasville’s Shaquan Johnson prepares to pull in a long pass from Sam Nelson during Friday’s game against East Davidson.

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Ledford quarterback Duke Boger escapes a tackle on his way to a touchdown run Friday night.

ASHEBORO — When a team is playing on the road in a key conference game, turnovers and playing four solid quarters of football becomes even more paramount. Ledford failed on both fronts Friday night against the Southwestern Randolph Cougars at Ivey B. Luck Stadium. A solid first half by the Panthers only gave to way to two quarters of Ledford fumbles and big plays by the Cougars in a 34-13 SWR victory in Mid-Piedmont 3A Conference action. “We played two and a half quarters of good football,” LHS head coach Chris Adams said. “We had a stretch where we turned the ball over and put the ball

on the ground, and nothing good is going to come when you do that.” The Panthers did almost everything right in the first half to grab a 13-7 lead and then proceeded to do a lot of things wrong in the decisive third quarter. After SWR reclaimed the lead on a 1-yard run from Matt Berry, Ledford fumbled the ensuing kickoff, putting the ball back in the Cougar’s hands at the Panther 37-yard line. Two runs by Caleb Haywood later and SWR had a 21-13 advantage. “We had a nice, gentle talk at haltime,” said SWR coach Martin Samek. “We made some adjustments and told the kids what we wanted them to do and what we expected out of them. We had a

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DAVIDSON COUNTY SPORTS HALL OF FAME

Ward took East Davidson athletics to next level BY ZACH KEPLEY Sports Editor Serving as athletic director of East Davidson High School from 1984-2002, Thomasville’s James Daniel (Danny) Ward did more than just schedule games and order equipment — he made sure the players had a facility they could

be proud of. With upgrades needed on and around the Golden Eagles’ campus, Ward, along with the community, provided many of the sports complexes that are seen today at the school. His tireless efforts will be recognized in a special way today at the J. Smith Young YMCA in Lexington, as he will be

inducted into the Davidson County Sports Hall of Fame. “I am surprised and appreciative,” Ward said. “It is an honor and I appreciate it very much.” For much of his time on the job, Ward helped rebuild the baseball field, along with the football

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Thomasville’s Danny Ward will be inducted into the Davidson County Sports Hall of Fame today.


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Williams hopeful players Willie off the Pickle Boat are hungry like he is OFF THE PORCH BY BRIANA GORMAN Durham Herald Sun CHAPEL HILL — North Carolina coach Roy Williams admits that he did not enjoy the offseason. Williams spent the past six months analyzing and thinking about his toughest season as a coach after missing the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 20 years. UNC struggled to a 2017 record, and the 200910 season ended with a loss to Dayton in the NIT championship game a year after winning the NCAA Tournament title. But the adversity also has made Williams more determined than ever to succeed, and he hopes his players feel the same way. “I’m hopeful it’s made the players as hungry as it’s made me,” Williams said Thursday at UNC’s media day. “I’m hopeful it’s given them the strength and the stamina in the offseason more than they would have done in the past.” The players are ready to put the 2009-10 memories behind them. Junior Larry Drew II said the past season was a humbling experience, as the Tar Heels had more losses since the 2001-02 team went 8-20. “Everybody has the same mindset that we don’t want to go through the same thing again,” Drew said. Gone are some of the most visible pieces of that squad. Guard Marcus Ginyard and forward Deon Thompson graduated, while for-

ward Ed Davis was the 13th overall pick by the Tornoto Raptors in the NBA Draft. Also gone are forwards David and Travis Wear, who abruptly left the program and transferred to UCLA at the beginning of the summer. The Tar Heels did add Alabama transfer Justin Knox to help a thin frontcourt, but they unexpectedly lost another player Williams a week ago when Williams dismissed fifthyear senior Will Graves for failure to comply with team rules. Graves, who had been suspended for the second half of the 2008-09 season, had been expected to be a leader this season, and Williams said that if he had remained, the Tar Heels would have been the best 3-point shooting team since the 2009 national championship squad. “In 23 years as a head coach, that was the most difficult time I’ve ever had — it’s not even close,” Williams said. “But you have to move on.” The three players who are expected to have the biggest impact for the Tar Heels this season — freshmen Harrison Barnes, Reggie Bullock and Kendall Marshall — spent Thursday silently hovering and eavesdropping on the interviews with the veteran players.

Even though the Tar Heels are sticking to their tradition of not allowing freshmen to speak with reporters until they have played in a game, plenty was said about them. Williams praised all three and said they are more mature than a typical freshman class. He said he believes Barnes, the nation’s No. 1 recruit, could handle the pressure of carrying the Tar Heels this year, much the way Tyler Hansbrough did five seasons ago. “He’s just got tremendous discipline, tremendous focus, tremendous desire and he’s willing to do those little things that make him special,” Williams said. “Comparing [Hansbrough] in his freshman year to Harrison right now, Harrison has more focus than Tyler.” The veterans said they could see the maturity from the freshmen, and they expect the trio to play an important role this year. “From them watching the season that we had last year, I don’t think they’re playing around,” sophomore Dexter Strickland said. “They know what type of season we have to have this year. “I think me, John and Leslie and the twins coming in [a year ago as freshmen], we thought we were top dogs. We had won the championship and took teams lightly. And for them to see the type of season we had last year, it motivates them.”

Blue Devils have new pieces for run at defending national championship BY STEVE WISEMAN Staff Writer DURHAM — The Duke Blue Devils unveiled their championship banner last night, and return all but three players from that title team. As Krzyzewski has done since winning his first national championship at Duke in 1991, he’s eschewing any talk of repeating or defending a championship. Senior guard Nolan Smith doesn’t think that will be a problem because the team’s style will be dramatically different. “I think they are very different teams,” Smith said. “At the guard position, we have a lot more depth. With Kyrie [Irving] and Seth [Curry], we have so many guys that will be able to score and do very talented things with the ball. “With the Plumlee brothers [centers Mason and Miles] stepping in, they’ll give us a very different look. [Brian] Zoubek and Lance [Thomas] were very different than those two. So, we’re going to be able to run and throw lobs to them. It will be a very fast team.” Krzyzewski said the Blue Devils will play a faster, more up-tempo style than a year ago because of their personnel. Smith is a candidate for national player of the year honors. The Blue Devils also return guard Andre Dawkins, who played in 38 games a freshman. The newcomers on the perimeter are headed by Irving, a freshman point guard who brings superior ball-handling and scoring skills. The sharpshooting Curry sat out the 2009-10 season under NCAA transfer rules after beginning his career at Liberty, where he averaged 20.2 points in 200809. Freshman Tyler Thornton looks to crack the rotation, as well.

‘We need to develop like our team last year developed and give them an opportunity to do that.’ — Mike Krzyzewski Duke head coach “We’re going to run more,” Krzyzewski said. “We’re going to try to force a few more turnovers, try to get more possessions in a game. “The more possessions in a game would favor our group, whereas not as many possessions in game favored last year’s. We didn’t have depth. We have a lot of depth on the perimeter.” New look or not, Duke enters this season in a different position than a year ago. The Blue Devils are ranked No. 1 in nearly all of the preseason polls that have been released. Only The Sporting News is predicting that another team, Michigan State, will win it all. While more accolades certainly will come before the games begin on Nov. 14 against Princeton, Krzyzewski cautions that these Devils will be similar to last year’s in one way — they’ll need time to be their best. “Most people expect us to win right away,” Krzyzewski said. “The people who expect that won’t get that, so we don’t expect that. “We need to develop like our team last year developed and give them an opportunity to do that. We can’t play for the national championship in every practice and every game. What we need to do is give them a chance to grow in a system and, by the time you are in a position to do that, be ready for it.”

The pre-dawn time standing on the beach holding a fishing rod is one of my favorite outdoor moments. The air is usually nippy, the sky is pinking up with the promised sunrise and I’m always optimistic that a big one is out there cruising around and just about to find my bait. It invariably puts me in a good mood. On the morning I’m thinking of, I was in a good mood. The drum I was dreaming of had somehow missed finding my bait, but watching the sun warm the horizon and convert the beach from dark and desolate to bright, warm, and hospitable put me in a happy zone. Nothing could ruin my good mood, I thought. There were only a about a dozen of us fishing. The wind direction wasn’t particularly promising and it was a weekday. The group of young men who joined us seemed nice enough though perhaps a little inexperienced. They were clearly all together and out for a morning of fishing on the Point at Hatteras, the hardest fished surf fishing location in the world. The normal procedure for surf fishing in a crowd is to step forward from the line of anglers, check for other lines, and quickly make a straight cast. You then walk back into the line, check to make sure you didn’t cast over someone and, if you did, you reposition yourself so there are no overlapping lines. You must constantly watch your line in case it washes over or under your neighbor’s line since tangles lose fish, cut down on fishing time, and can ruin line. These guys wanted to fish but they also wanted to talk to each other as a group and, since they couldn’t cast straight, they had to be over and under everyone else’s lines to stay together to talk. There were a few polite suggestions about being across other lines but the suggestions were universally ignored. Had the fish been biting, the suggestions would have probably grown considerably harsher but, after a few tangles, most of us simply pulled our lines in and walked back to our trucks and let them have the Point to themselves. There were muttered statements about “Barneys” and

DICK JONES Outdoor Columnist “Griswolds,” both being derogatory terms used by surf fishermen on the Outer Banks for describing inexperienced greenhorns. I drove off the beach grumpy, my good mood gone. In his book, The Old Man and the Boy, Robert Ruark wrote a story about a loudmouthed rich guy who moored his boat in the wrong place and ignored polite suggestions that he might move it. In the story, the old man asked for the boat to be moved three times and then, when the dandy talked rough in front of some women, cold cocked the obnoxious offender and knocked him into the drink. The offender moved his boat and as the old man walked off he described the inconsiderate jerk as a “Willie off the pickle boat.” I’d love to say I’ve never been a Willie off the pickle boat but, if I’m honest with myself, I know I have been. Sometimes the desire to get the good shot or catch the big fish just overwhelms courtesy. Of course, there’s reasonable room for discussion as to what outdoor courtesy is and how it applies. When I’m honest, I know there’ve been times when I’ve been a bit rude in an attempt to catch a fish or shoot a duck. Most of those times, I’ve felt a little twinge of remorse and others I’ve been downright irritated with myself later. I’ve found it tends to spoil the accomplishment. Sometimes the guy who’s already there can be the offender. While the North Beaches around Hatteras don’t carry the excitement of the Point, there’s great fishing to be had in the multitude of holes and sloughs that are constantly changing along the beach. I never drive that beach without seeing some angler with 10 rods spread out 10 yards apart to make

sure someone doesn’t intrude on him fishing “his” spot. Most of the rods don’t even have lines in the water; the beach hog is using them as a “keep out” sign. This is certainly not directed at honest mistakes made by the inexperienced. I think about 95 percent of outdoorsmen are perfectly willing to sacrifice some of their hunting and fishing time to help someone new to the game figure things out. Most are especially patient with a newcomer. Qualifying as a Willie off the pickle boat is about being a jerk. Nobody likes a game hog or a fish hog; nobody likes to fish or hunt with someone who’s selfish. I know that delving into what motivates us to hunt and fish would take pages, chapters, and probably books. It would also require a lot more education than I got from Ledford High School. I do know that the thing that drives most of us to want to catch the big fish or hang the big buck on our wall is some sort of pride. Some of us carry a little purer form of that pride but I firmly believe we all are somehow driven by it. Somehow, we see honor in a photo of a citation drum or a buck that scores over 150. We want to be respected. Since being a courteous and responsible hunter doesn’t show up in a photo and you can’t get it mounted and hang it on a wall, maybe the way we can gain that kind of respect is by being considerate of others and doing all we can to promote our passion. True, you can’t hang that on the wall but it’s a lot better than being branded as a Willie off the pickle boat. Dick Jones is a freelance writer living in High Point. He’s an NRA Certified Instructor and a member of the board of directors of the Southeast Outdoor Press Association. He writes about hunting, fishing, dogs, and shooting for several N.C. newspapers as well as magazines. He’s an NRA Certified Instructor and teaches shotgun rifle and pistol as well as the North Carolina Concealed Carry Certification and Hunter Safety. He can be reached at offtheporch52@yahoo.com or offtheporchmedia.com.

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Saturday, October 16, 2010 – Thomasville Times – B3

SPORTS AREA SPORTS BRIEFS GOLF East drops match to CDHS Central Davidson shot a 143 to top East Davidson’s 155 on Wednesday in a match played at Winding Creek. Katie Nance was match medalist firing a 37 for the Golden Eagles. Katie McAdam and Paige Byrd shot 59s with Samantha Smith carding a 60 for East.

FOOTBALL BMS blanks South Brown Middle School picked up its first win of the season defeating South Davidson Middle 19-0 on Wednesday. Brandon Gammons, Tyler Kepley and Tyler Radley each scored touchdowns. Brown is 1-4.

THS JVs burn East Thomasville notched a 42-6 win over

WARD From page B1 stadium and fieldhouse. The school also built tennis courts at Optimist Park, built a football practice field and constructed a track and soccer stadium at Brown Middle School. “There were a lot of good, hard-working parents and students there, and probably 12 or 15 of those years we worked really hard on the facilities,” he said. “The parents worked really hard physically building the facilities and also raising the money. I enjoyed the parents and the students and I guess that is why I stayed on for 18 years.” During his tenure, Ward witnessed the Golden Eagles win six state championship, including two each in wrestling and golf, one in baseball and one in cross-country. “I can’t take any credit for that,” he said. “That credit goes to the good,

LEDFORD From page B1 good second half.” Trailing by just a touchdown, Ledford had a chance to answer but Duke Boger fumbled at his own 16, giving SWR a very short field. The Panthers paid dearly as Butch Dunn connected with Dalton Fletcher on a 16-yard touchdown pass, giving the Cougars 21 points in a span of 2:15. “We kept giving them a short field and they took advantage of it,” said Adams.” Defensively, we played lights out in the first half, we just need to learn how to carry it over to the second half. We’re young and we showed a lot of improvement. We just need to put four quarters together. We’ve got a young, inexperienced football team without a lot of seniors. There were just too many big plays for them and we put the ball on the ground.” Ledford’s defense more than held its on against a potent SWR offense in the first half with a combination on timely blitzes and sound tackling.

East Davidson Thursday in junior varsity action. Nathan Campbell scored the lone East touchdown right before halftime.

VOLLEYBALL Ledford perfect in MPC Ledford finished conference play with a perfect 10-0 record Thursday after defeating Asheboro 25-17, 25-20, 25-17. Cady Ray had 16 assists, Stevi Williams nine kills and Chloe Barnes had eight kills and eight blocks. Ledford is 20-2 for the year and will begin MPC tournament play on Tuesday.

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LHS junior varsity fall Ledford’s junior varsity team fell at Asheboro 15-25, 25-27 on Thursday. Taylor Leach had four blocks and four kills for the 10-10, 6-4 Panthers.

hard-working coaches.” Though retired from the position, Ward still can be found on a Friday night watching the football team or in the gym during the winter catching some basketball. With family moving up through the school system, he figures there will be a lot of time spent at the school he dedicated much of his life to. “I have grandchildren in the school district that are not at East yet, but are headed that direction, so I may be going back a lot when they get there,” said Ward. Before getting to East, the 59-year-old was quite the athlete at Thomasville High School where he graduated in 1969. He was a captain of the football, baseball and wrestling teams, and was named team MVP in baseball his senior season, winning the school’s Sportsmanship Award and Best All-Around Athlete Award. He was a student, first, receiving Valedictorian

With the defense playing well, the Panthers offense finally helped out. Midway through the second quarter, a promising LHS drive stalled following a Boger fumble at the SWR 32, but the defense got the ball back to the offense with enough time to make something happen. On first down from the Cougars 35-yard line, Boger found Jeff Krauch for a 23-yard gain to the SWR 12. Boger scored a play later, tying the game at seven. The Cougars failed to close out the opening half and was forced to punt the ball to Ledford with less than a minute on the clock, giving the Panthers a shot to claim the lead. With 15 seconds to go before intermission, Boger threw a jump ball to Krauch, who tipped the ball to himself over the outstretched arms of Tony McNeil. The junior wideout did the rest, shaking a defender at the 40 and taking it the distance for an electrifying 68-yard touchdown and a 13-7 Panther halftime lead. Staff Writer Eliot Duke can be reached at 8883578.

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honors. After graduation, he received a football scholarship to Davidson College, where he played defensive back and earned a B.A. in German. Ward returned to his high school alma mater to teach and coach, and had his sights set on becoming an athletic director someday after George Cushwa inspired him to do so. When the opportunity presented itself at East, he took it, helping make the East athletic program what it is today. After 30 years in education, he called it a career in 2002, starting a new chapter in his life that is still being written. “Thirty years in education is a good time, and I am enjoying doing some other things now,” Ward said. Five others will be inducted with Ward including Louie Alexander Cox, Charles Douglas Elmore Sr., Joe McIntosh, Moyer Gray Smith Sr. and Colon Starrett.

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B4 – Thomasville Times – Saturday, October 16, 2010

SPORTS NASCAR announces 2011 Hall class NASCARMEDIA.COM CHARLOTTE — NASCAR announced Wednesday the second class of inductees into the NASCAR Hall of Fame. That class consists of: David Pearson 94 percent; Bobby Allison - 62 percent; Lee Petty - 62 percent; Ned Jarrett - 58 percent; Bud Moore - 45 percent. The NASCAR Hall of Fame Voting Panel, consisting of members of the Nominating Committee along with 31 others representing all facets of the NASCAR industry, met in a closed session in Charlotte, N.C., to vote on the induction class of 2011. The announcement was made in the Great Hall inside the NASCAR Hall of Fame. The class was determined by 53 votes cast by the panel and the nationwide fan vote conducted through NASCAR. COM. The accounting firm of Ernst & Young presided over the tabulation of the votes. The Class of 2011 will be officially inducted in a ceremony in May 2011 at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte.

The results of the voting for the five chosen in this class proved quite competitive. Also receiving votes were Dale Inman, Cale Yarborough and Darrell Waltrip. As part of the inclusive voting process, hundreds of thousands of NASCAR fans submitted votes online at NASCAR.COM. That remarkable feedback once again demonstrated fans’ passion and knowledge of the sport and its heritage. The fans’ top five: Bobby Allison, David Pearson, Lee Petty, Darrell Waltrip and Cale Yarborough. Here were the 25 nominees for induction into the 2011 NASCAR Hall of Fame class: Bobby Allison, Buck Baker, Red Byron, Richard Childress, Jerry Cook, Richie Evans, Tim Flock, Rick Hendrick, Jack Ingram, Dale Inman, Ned Jarrett, Fred Lorenzen, Bud Moore, Raymond Parks, Benny Parsons, David Pearson, Lee Petty, Fireball Roberts, T. Wayne Robertson, Herb Thomas, Curtis Turner, Darrell Waltrip, Joe Weatherly, Glen Wood and Cale Yarborough.

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SCHOOL MENUS Davidson County Menus: Elementary Schools

Monday – Breakfast: French toast sticks or cereal and toast, assorted fruit, juice, milk. Lunch: Pizza or Asian chicken with rice or steak and cheese sub or chef salad with crackers or peanut butter and jelly sandwich; choice of two: boxed raisins, garden salad, steamed carrots, blackeyed peas, pineapple, fresh fruit, milk. Tuesday – Breakfast: Goody bun or cereal and toast, assorted fruit, juice, milk. Lunch: Hot dog with slaw and chili or chicken pie with crust or ravioli with Texas toast or chef salad with crackers or peanut butter and jelly sandwich; choice of two: boxed raisins, garden salad, mashed potatoes, spinach, peach cup, fresh fruit, milk. Wednesday – Breakfast: Cereal bar and yogurt or cereal and toast, assorted fruit, juice, milk. Lunch: Chicken nuggets with roll or beef teriyaki nuggets with roll or beef burrito or chef salad with crackers or peanut butter and jelly sandwich; choice of two: boxed raisins, garden salad, broccoli with shredded cheese, rice, strawberry smoothie, fresh fruit, milk. Thursday – Breakfast: Cinnamon bun or cereal and toast, assorted fruit, juice, milk. Lunch: Quesadillas or macaroni and cheese or deli turkey sandwich or chef salad with crackers or peanut butter and jelly sandwich; choice of two: boxed raisins, garden salad, California vegetables, green beans, apple cobbler, strawberries, fresh fruit, milk. Friday – Breakfast: Sausage biscuit or cereal and toast, assorted fruit, juice, milk. Lunch: Chicken filet or barbecue chicken sandwich or taco stick or chef salad with crackers or peanut butter and jelly sandwich; choice of two: boxed raisins, garden salad, corn, french fries, fruit cocktail, fresh fruit, milk.

Tuesday – Breakfast: Goody bun or cereal and toast, assorted fruit, juice, milk. Lunch: Hot dog with slaw and chili or chicken pie with crust or ravioli with Texas toast or chef salad with crackers or peanut butter and jelly sandwich; choice of two: boxed raisins, garden salad, mashed potatoes, spinach, peach cup, fresh fruit, milk. Wednesday – Breakfast: Cereal bar and yogurt or cereal and toast, assorted fruit, juice, milk. Lunch: Chicken nuggets with roll or beef teriyaki nuggets with roll or beef burrito or chef salad with crackers or peanut butter and jelly sandwich; choice of two: boxed raisins, garden salad, broccoli with shredded cheese, rice, strawberry smoothie, fresh fruit, milk. Thursday – Breakfast: Cinnamon bun or cereal and toast, assorted fruit, juice, milk. Lunch: Quesadillas or macaroni and cheese or deli turkey sandwich or chef salad with crackers or peanut butter and jelly sandwich; choice of two: boxed raisins, garden salad, California vegetables, green beans, apple cobbler, strawberries, fresh fruit, milk. Friday – Breakfast: Sausage biscuit or cereal and toast, assorted fruit, juice, milk. Lunch: Chicken filet or barbecue chicken sandwich or taco stick or chef salad with crackers or peanut butter and jelly sandwich; choice of two: boxed raisins, garden salad, corn, french fries, fruit cocktail, fresh fruit, milk.

Thomasville City Menus: Elementary School Monday – Breakfast: Breakfast pizza, fruit juice, milk. Lunch: Chicken nuggets or chef salad; choice of two: creamed potatoes, steamed cabbage, fruit sherbet, fresh fruit, nugget sauce, milk. Tuesday – Breakfast: Sausage biscuit, fruit juice, milk. Lunch: SauSATURDAY EVENING

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Middle/High Schools Monday – Breakfast: Breakfast pizza, fruit juice, milk. Lunch: Chicken nuggets or chef salad; choice of two: creamed potatoes, steamed cabbage, fruit sherbet, fresh fruit, nugget sauce, milk. Tuesday – Breakfast: Sausage biscuit, fruit juice, milk. Lunch: Sausage biscuit or chicken biscuit or yogurt with fresh fruit; choice of two: chef salad, hashbrown potato, plain grits, stewed apples, milk. Wednesday – Breakfast: Cereal with munchies, fruit juice, milk. Lunch: Pizza or chef salad; choice of two: carrot sticks with ranch dressing, chilled applesauce, fresh fruit, milk. Thursday – Breakfast: Pancake on a stick, fruit juice, milk. Lunch: Spaghetti with Texas toast or chef salad; choice of two: tossed salad with ranch dressing, chilled pears, California blend vegetables, milk. Friday – Breakfast: Breakfast pizza, fruit juice, milk. Lunch: Hot dog with chili or chili or chef salad; choice of two: cole slaw, oven fried potatoes, fruit juice, milk.

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Ledford student to perform in U.S. Army All-American Marching Band TIMES STAFF REPORT Dewey Mullis of Ledford Senior High School, Thomasville, NC, has been selected to be a member of the 2011 U.S. Army All-American Marching Band. Mullis will join an elite group of musicians who will perform during halftime at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Saturday, Jan. 8, 2011, at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. “The U.S. Army has a long musical history and being an Army musician is one option the All-American Bowl showcases to young Americans,” said Col. Derik Crotts, Director of Strategic Communications, Marketing and Outreach, U.S. Army Accessions Command. “The mental, emotional and physical qualities necessary to be a successful band member are the same qualities mirrored in Army Strong Soldiers. We are proud to honor all of our U.S. Army All-American Band members and congratulate them on their selection.” The U.S. Army All-American Marching Band recognizes the top 125 high school senior marching musicians and color guard members from across the country, showcasing their talents during the largest celebration of high school football in America, the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, televised live on NBC at 1 p.m. EST. The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is the premier high school football game in the country held each January in the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. The game features the best high school football players in the nation, and has helped launch the careers of Adrian Peterson, Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow, Michael Oher (from the movie The Blind Side), and many other college and NFL stars since its inception in 2001. The

game also crowns the U.S. Army Player of the Year during Bowl Week in San Antonio. Selected musicians are chosen by the U.S. Army All-American Marching Band Selection Committee consisting of The National Association for Music Education (MENC), Drum Corps International (DCI), Head Director and Show Coordinator Nola Jones, and All American Games. The U.S. Army Accessions Command (USAAC), a subordinate command of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, meets the human resource needs of the Army by transforming volunteers into officers, warrant officers, and enlisted Soldiers. In providing the force, the 18,400 men and women of Accessions Command prepare these future Soldiers and leaders for their initial military training. Commanded by Lt. Gen. Benjamin C. Freakley, USAAC is located at Fort Knox, Ky. The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is owned and produced by All American Games, a New Jersey-based sport marketing and event management company. National sponsors of the All-American Bowl include the U.S. Army, American Family Insurance, Athletic Republic – the Official Performance Training Center, beRecruited, Choice Hotels, DCIDrum Corps International, DeMoulin Uniforms, Football University, Jupiter Band Instruments, Rivals.com, Russell Athletic, San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau, Schutt Sports, The National Association for Music Education, and Zildjian Cymbals. For more information on the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and its related events visit www. usarmyallamericanbowl.com & www. goarmy.com/events/aab.

Piedmont Crossing hosts annual Apple Festival TIMES STAFF REPORT Piedmont Crossing recently ushered in Fall with their 2nd Annual Apple Festival. Residents, friends and staff celebrated fall with an afternoon of fun, food and fellowship. Everyone enjoyed samplings of apple dishes including fried apple pies, apple butter

with biscuits, apple variety samples with dip, harvest pudding, apple caramel bars, cinnamon apple doughnuts, apple cupcakes and apple cider! Everything was prepared by staff members of Piedmont Crossing and the maintenance staff provided hayrides. Piedmont Crossing is a not-for-profit, full service retirement community

located on 61 beautifully landscaped residential acres in Thomasville, NC. Lifestyle options include cottage homes, patio homes and apartments with a safety net of health services available. For more information on Piedmont Crossing visit w w w. p i e d m o n t c r o s s ing.org or contact Blair White, Director of Marketing at (336) 474-3605.

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TAMMY HOLYFIELD Business Columnist Dear Coach, I am struggling with balance in my work and personal life. There are not enough hours in the day. What can you suggest to increase energy and reduce stress? — Out of Balance

Dear In Search of Balance: Finding balance in today’s frantic-paced world is not an easy task. There is an increased pressure to do more with less. Maybe you have experienced this seemingly out-of-control frustration and anxiety that accompanies endless phone calls, voicemails, e-mails, deadlines, appointments... and the list goes on. Most often our greatest stress comes from not keeping promises or honoring our own commitments. Work/life balance is a real issue. Boundaries of work and personal lives are often blurred due to our global economy and advanced technology. People have the ability to work anywhere – and we do – even on vacation. Being so connected can create challenges. These challenges can be overcome by applying timeless principles, creating a clear vision and setting realistic boundaries. What does balance look like for you? If there were no limits, what would you include in your “ideal week?” Balance is serious – intentional, purposeful living. It’s not for the weak. It takes a highly effective, courageous person to live what matters most. Let’s examine your current habits. Habits are patterns of behavior that consist of three components: desire, knowledge and skill. Are your habits and actions in alignment with your highest priorities? Here are some “Highly Effective Habits” to consider, based on the work of Dr. Steven R. Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Habit No. 2: Begin With The End In Mind. This Is The Habit Of Vision Mental creation precedes physical creation. Beginning with the end in mind will result in a clear definition of where you want to be. This vision provides criteria for deciding what is or is not important. As we start to model this way of thinking, we begin to envision outcomes before we take action, which in turn increases our focus and production. Habit No. 3: Put First Things First. This Is The Habit Of Integrity And Execution This habit means we are walking our talk. Our actions line up with what we say is impor-

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OK, be honest • Learn Something New ... Be open Business Columnist Tammy Holyfield is the founder of Holyfield Consulting, a business and personal development company. Contact Tammy at (336) 988-5635 or by email at askthecoach@ holyfieldconsulting.com.

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(:15) ›› “Terminator Salvation” (:15) › “Friday the 13th” (2009) Jared Padalecki. “Bikini Frankenstein” (2010) ‘NR’ (12:50) “The Firm” ‘R’ ››› “Fantastic Mr. Fox” (2009) (:00) “Chop Shop” ‘NR’ ›› “Extract” (2009) iTV. ‘R’ Å Dexter (iTV) Å Weeds The Big C Weeds The Big C Dexter (iTV) Å “Zack and Miri Make” (:05) “Made in Jamaica” (2006) ‘NR’ Tired Man ›› “New York, I Love You” (2009) ‘R’ Å ›› “Paris, je t’aime” (2006) Steve Buscemi. ‘R’ ››› “Chéri” (2009, Romance) ‘R’


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Creating Art for Video Games photo by Dennis Burnett, courtesy Savannah College of Art and Design

Do you have fun playing video games? Hundreds of people may have worked to create each game. Many kinds of artists work on video game art so it looks real and exciting. The Mini Page talked with a video game designer and video game art professor to learn more about video game artists.

Concept artist The concept artist comes up with the concept, or idea, of the game. This artist invents the universe and the characters that will make up the game. He or she might draw out a rough idea of what the game world would look like.

2-D artist Artists working in two dimensions, or 2-D, might create art for games on devices such as cell phones. These devices were not specially made for games.

Dimensions

Wei-Hao (Kent) Chang, a student at the Savannah College of Art and Design, shows a game he created. Players hold a box and flip it to control a spot on the screen. Players have to use sound, touch and vision to play the game. Their moves show up on the screen and can create a work of art.

Animators

A dimension is the length, width or depth of an object. A picture in 2-D has only length and width and appears flat. For example, photos and most paintings are in 2-D.

An animator makes the characters seem to move. There are 2-D and 3-D animators. For example, if an artist has drawn a picture or made a model of a dragon, the animator would make it seem to 3-D artists come alive. He or she would make the The difference between a dragonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wings flap or fire blow out of 2-D artist and a 3-D artist its mouth. is like the difference between a painter Animators of regular cartoons work and a sculptor. Artists working in in 2-D. Artists 3-D, or three dimensions, often make working on 3-D models of the art first. Their models animation movies have length, width and depth. such as â&#x20AC;&#x153;Wall-Eâ&#x20AC;? They may begin by making a model or â&#x20AC;&#x153;Shrekâ&#x20AC;? may out of clay or plastic. But usually they also work on 3-D make only computer models. video games.

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Supersport: Ichiro Suzuki Height: 5-11 Weight: 170

Birthdate: 10-22-73 Hometown: Kasugai, Japan

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More About the Artists Texture artists Texture is the way something looks or feels. Texture artists add color. They make art seem real. For example, an artist might create a model of a car. But at this point the car is still colorless. The texture artist paints it different colors. He or she might add designs to the car. The artist might put the rubber on the tires and splashes of light on the fenders. He or she might take photos of a real car and scan them into the computer. Computer programs help copy the textures from the photo onto the art. Artists might create their own textures too. Their materials can seem real, even in fantasy games. The texture artist might make a carâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s metal look smooth or a dragonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s scales look rough.

The model on the left is the original model of a character from the game â&#x20AC;&#x153;Rift Boyâ&#x20AC;? by Leng Lor. The artist has added texture to the model on the right. These designs were done as a project at the Savannah College of Art and Design.

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The designer A designer takes a completed animated figure and puts it into the game. For example, the artist might take a car and decide how fast it will go and how quickly it will turn. The designer might create a NASCAR stadium or a landscape to put the car in. If the game involves a soldier parachuting from a plane, the designer could lay out a forest, build Army headquarters or lay out a beach. The designer can take characters and put them at different levels of the game. The designer might decide to move an animated dragon from a tree to a castle. from The Mini Page Š 2010 Universal Uclick

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Video Game History

All the following jokes have something in common. Can you guess the common theme or category?

Bursting into our world

The Mini Page thanks Jack Mamais, video game designer and professor of Interactive Design and Game Development, Savannah College of Art and Design, for help with this issue.

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Experts say the video game industry has grown faster than any other artistic medium. The earliest computer games became popular in the early 1970s. Early games were just some dots on the screen. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Pong,â&#x20AC;? one of the first popular video games, was basically made up of just three dots on the screen. Two dots were the paddles, and one dot represented the ball. If you looked closely, you could see that these screen dots were made up of even tinier dots called pixels (PIKS-uhls). As games became more advanced, the number of pixels on the screens kept growing. Today, there are so many pixels that the graphics can look almost as real as photographs.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Donkey Kongâ&#x20AC;? was one of the first popular video arcade games. The character Mario first appeared in this game.

The character Mario was designed especially for video games. He began as a 2-D game character. Today he appears as a 3-D character.

Growing technology

Advice from a designer

At first, people played simple video games on home computers. Then more advanced games were designed for video arcades, or places where people can go to play games. Movie complexes and hotels often have video arcades today. Today, the most advanced games are usually played on consoles (KAHN-soles) such as PlayStation or Xbox. A console is a computer system designed to run games. It is usually meant to be hooked up to a screen. Today, the best video games pull together great art, stories and technology. Experts say the video game business today makes more money than Hollywood movies do.

6IDEOGAMEARTISTSOFTENWORKIN several different areas. For example, the concept artist might also work as the 3-D artist and the designer. *ACK-AMAIS GAMEDESIGNERAND professor at Savannah College of Art and Design, says good designers and artists have to have experiences in life before they can develop great games. He recommends that after doing their homework, kids go outside and play. Later they can play video games. If you want to be a video game artist, read everything you can. Study mythology. Kids who want to be any kind of artist should carry a sketchbook. Draw all the time. If you can, learn how to use computer programs such as Photoshop.

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COLORING CONTEST WINNERS Thomasville Fire Department recently held a coloring contest in recognition of Fire Prevention Week Coloring. Contest winners were announced on Oct. 9 at Thomasville Public Library. First Place winners by category were: Under 5 Ja Giyah Fuller; 6 to 9years-old Addy Calderon; 10 to 12-years-old Noah Romeo; 13 to 15-years-old Travis Parnell; Second place winners were: (under 5) Jazmin Cabrera; (6 to 9) Todiah Romero; (10 to 12) Summer Warren; 13 to 15 Katelyn Innes; Third place winners were: (under 5) Ethan McCabe; (6-9) Sydney Varner; (10-12) Erin Hawkins; and (13-15) Sydney Plummer.

EGALS

Wauford completes U.S. Navy basic training TIMES STAFF REPORT

Navy Seaman Apprentice Nathaniel S. Wauford, son of Carlita Lee of Thomasville, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week program, Wauford completed a variety of training which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water safety and survival, and shipboard and aircraft safety. An emphasis was also placed on

physical fitness. The capstone event of boot camp is “Battle Stations.” This exercise gives recruits the skills and confidence they need to succeed in the fleet and is designed to galvanize the basic warrior attributes of sacrifice, dedication, teamwork and endurance in each recruit through the practical application of basic Navy skills and the core values of Honor, Courage and Commitment. Wauford is a 2008 graduate of Massey Hill Classical High School of Fayetteville, N.C.

Legals

GUN AUCTION- Sunday, October 17 at 2 p.m. WCCC, 6130 Yadkinville Road, Pfafftown, NC 27040. Over 200 guns to be sold. Colt-Browning-Winchester. www.leinbachauctions.com for list. (336) 764-5146. NCAL5871

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ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from home. Medical, Business, Paralegal, Accounting, Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial aid if qualified. Call 888-899-6918. www.CenturaOnline.com HERNIA REPAIR? Did you receive a Composix Kugel mesh patch between 1999-2007? If patch was removed due to complications of bowel perforation, abdominal wall tears, puncture of abdominal organs or intestinal fistulae, you may be entitled to compensation. Attorney Charles Johnson, 1-800-535-5727.

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Estate Sale, Inside Sale, Contents of House. Sat 10/16, 8am-2pm. 7 Finch Ave, Thomasville Huge Yard Sale Tons of clothes, shoes, toys, HH items, must sell everything! 361 Colleen Dr. Below Brown Jr. High. Yard Sale Baked goods, Clothes in a bag for $1.00. Sat. 10/16, 7am-1pm. Church of God of Prophecy, T-ville.

Immediate full time position available in outpatient physical therapy center in High Point area. Must have computer sills, communication skills, Massage Therapy certificate and have some experience in Medical Field. Please Fax your resume with cover letter to: 336-886-1131 or email to: usrehabnc@yahoo.com Only qualified applicants will be considered.

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Modern, Busy Practice in High Pint is searching for an Office Manager to lead, motivate and encourage our wonderful Dental Staff to their utmost potential & success. Previous Dental Office Experience Required. Salary & Benefits Commiserate with level of Maturity & experience. Submit resume to: rion99@bellsouth.net NURSE PRACTITIONER Part-time position for advanced practice nurse to provide physical assessments for hospice patients residing in private homes, skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities and Randolph Hospice House. Eligible candidate will have one year of experience as an advanced practice RN, knowledge of palliative and end of life care preferred but not required. Ability to work within an interdisciplinary team and excellent oral and written communication skills. Currently licensed with the NCBON as an advanced practice RN. Please submit letter of interest and resume to HR Department, PO Box 9, Asheboro, NC 27204

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ABLE TO TRAVEL- hiring 6 people free to travel all states, resort areas. No experience necessary. Demonstrate household products. Paid training/transportation. Over 18. Start ASAP. 1-888-734-5216. AIRLINES ARE HIRING- Train for high paying Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified. Job placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance. 877-300-9494. Now Hiring Bell Ringers for Lexington & Thomasville areas, apply in person 314 W. 9th Ave Lexington, Must have own transportation.

Imagine a place where Compassion lives, where families find Peace and where Hope never dies. Our 10-bed inpatient and residential facility will be opening in early 2011. We are looking for dynamic individuals to join our staff in the following positions... Full and part time RN positions (12 hour shifts). One year of acute care experience required, excellent assessment and critical thinking skills. Long term care and/or hospice experience a plus, but not required. Full-time position for BSW. Five years of medical, long-term care or hospice experience required, excellent ability to communicate with others. Preferred candidate will possess excellent critical thinking and organizational skills as well as ability to function effectively within an interdisciplinary team.

AUCTION

Estate of the Late Bill Kennedy

Saturday Oct. 23rd @ 9:30am

1500 Jacob Street ~ Thomasville, NC 27360 DIRECTIONS: I-85 to Thomasville Exit (Hwy 109), take Hwy 109 North, turn left onto W. Lexington Ave., turn right on Martin Luther King Dr. (Road turns into Jacob St.). Cross Business 85 over pass, auction located first house on left. Follow auction signs

Tractor/ Equipment 8N (Red Belly) Ford Tractor Ford Single Bottom Plow 3pt. Dearborn Smoothing Harrow 3pt. Scrape Blade 3pt. Single Axle Trailer (Truck Bed) 1 Row Cultivator 3pt. Trailer Axle Horse Drawn Cultivator Horse Drawn Plow Tools / Parts Lowe’s Garden Tractor 18.5 HP Briggs w/ 46 deck Craftsman Tool Chest Several Craftsman Wrenches Craftsman Jointer w/ Table Craftsman Bench Grinder Craftsman Scroll Saw Bench Vise, Bolt Cutters Craftsman Table Saw (2) 25gal. Metal Barrels Log Chain, Brier Scythe Cross-cut Saw (2 man)

Several Wooden Crates Misc. Lumber, Steel Cables (4) New Bridgestone 30x9.50R15LT Tires, Craftsman Circular Saw Misc. Used Car Tires Several Galvanized Buckets Ford Model A Wheel Misc. Metal Pipe Misc. Stainless Steel Stock Hand Plane Mole Traps Gas Cans (Metal & Plastic) (2)Barrels of Brass Valves (2) Portable Air Tanks Craftsman 1/2 “Drill Texaco Motor Oil Poulan Chainsaw Several Hand Tools-Shovels Hammers Pitch Fork Hole Diggers Handsaws, + more

Antiques/ Household Items & Glassware Large Collection of NASCAR Memorabilia Primitive Farm Table Old Pie Safe (Needs Assembly) Sunnyland Washboard Old Comic Books - Hopalong Cassidy, Monte Hale, + more Guns / Silver Coins Winchester 22 Rifle Model 60A Stevens 410 Shotgun Model 59A Morgan Silver Dollars (Several) Peace Silver Dollars (Several) Misc. Silver Coins Fishing Equipment Tackle Boxes w/Tackle Shakespeare Open Face Reel Handicap Equipment Pronto M51 Sure Step Power Chair Walkers, Canes Too Many Items To List!

NO BUYER’S PREMIUM Richie T. Hughes, Auctioneer / Broker NCALN: 6206 NCRBN: 202693

Ph: (336) 847-7472

General Help

THR & Associates, the world's largest traveling road show, is seeking Buyers, Assistant Managers, Managers and District Managers. Experience with antiques, collectibles, coins, precious metals and sales are highly desired. Must be willing to travel and potentially relocate. Earn 35K-125K. To apply go to www.thrassociates.com/careers

Skilled Trade

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Skilled Craftsmen/ Carpenters Industrial Painters Send resumes to kristin.west@trcstaffing.com *Must pass criminal background requirements and drug screen

Lake Road Apts. seeking FT position for Maint. Tech. Applications available Mon., Thurs. & Fri. 10-4 until the 15th at 308 Taylor Avenue High Point, NC 27260, or fax resume to 336-882-3625. EEO

Temp Exp'd Sewer for Leather & Vinyl. Apply 6022 Lois Lane Archdale. 861-6000

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Trucking

DRIVER- CDL A. Advantages Keep Coming! High miles, $500 Sign-on for Flatbed, New performance bonus program. 2011 Freightliner Cascadias have arrived. CDL-A, TWIC Card and Good Driving Record. Western Express. 866-863-4117.

DRIVER- CDL/A Top Hometime! Solos & Teams. Highest Team Pay. CDL/A with 1 year recent OTR required. 800-942-2104, ext. 238 or 243. www.totalms.com DRIVERS- FOOD TANKER Drivers Needed. OTR positions available NOW! CDL-A w/Tanker Required. Outstanding Pay & Benefits! Call a Recruiter TODAY! 877-484-3066. www.oakleytransport.com

EXPERIENCED REEFER, TANKER & FLATBED Drivers Needed! Prime's Incredible Freight Network offers you great pay & benefits. Steady Freight. Call Prime today! 1-800-249-9591. www.primeinc.com

Experienced Residential Delivery Drivers/Furniture Handlers. Some Overtime, Some Overnight. Must be Neat, Dependable, CDL Not Required. Clean Driving Record and Drug Testing Required. Send Resume: Attention Personal Manager, PO Box 7132, High Point, NC 27264-7132

Help needed for in-home furn. delivery. Must have health card & Class A or B license & be at least 25 yrs. old. Exp'd in furn. moving required Call 336-431-2216

Part-time Employment

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Avon Reps needed part time, work your on schedule, Call Mary 336-447-4758

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Cats/Dogs/Pets

4 Chihuahua puppies for sale $100. ea. 1-white, 2-chocolate, 1-black/tan, 7 wks. old. Call 336-307-8538

CKC Boston Terrier Puppies. Parents on Site. Call 336-989-2637

German Shepherd Pups Registered, parents on site, CKC, AKC, 4 males, 2 females. $200. FIRM. 336-259-0845

Pit Bull Puppies for sale 7 weeks, 5 Males, 2 Females, $100.ea. HP area 336-965-1247

Please submit letter of interest and resume to HR Department, PO Box 9, Asheboro, NC 27204. Tractor, Equipment, Guns, Silver Coins, Nascar Items, Antiques, Glassware, Tools, Household Items + Much More!

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This listing is believed to be accurate. However, announcements made day of sale take precedence over all advertisements.

Shih Tzu registered puppies, wormed, shots, ready to go, $250. Call 672-0630

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ERCHANDISE

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Firewood

Firewood-$130 Dump Truck, $65. Pickup Truck. Delivered. You pick up $50. 475-3112

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Wanted to Rent/ Buy/Trade

Cash 4 riding mower needing repair or free removal if unwanted & scrap metal 689-4167

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Saturday, October 16, 2010 - Thomasville Times - B9 Unfurnished Apartments

50% off 1st Mo Rent . 3BR/1BA House, 2BR Duplex Apt, Energy Eff, W/D Conn, Stove furn. 475-4800 997 W. Holly Hill #9, 3BR/1BA, Stove, Refrig Furn. No Smoking & No Pets. $395/mo. 434-3371

Homes for Rent

0728 Lake/River/Resort

0780 Misc. Real Estate

Small 2BR House for rent, 2 miles down South HWY 109. Needs minor repairs needed-$350 mo. Dep Req'd. Avail. immediately Call 880-2290

MUNICIPAL AUCTION- City of Beaufort, SC. Thursday, October 28th, 10:00 AM. Fire Trucks, Recycling Trucks, Crown Vics, J/D Tractor, Much More! www.RogersAuctionGroup.com (800) 442-7906. SCAL#1874

BANKRUPTCY AUCTION, Powder Horn Estates, (25)Tracts, 3-11 Acres. Sat., Nov. 6th, 11am. Gated Community. Clubhouse, pool, tennis, (3)lakes. Near Boone, Blowing Rock, NC. 800-442-7906 www.RogersAuctionGroup.com NCAL#685 UPCOMING AUCTIONS IN JOHNSTON COUNTY: We are offering 5 homes and 293+ Acres Divided throughout Johnston County over the next month. Johnson Properties, NCAL7340, 919-693-2231, www.johnsonproperties.com

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Rooms for Rent

Must Lease Immediately! Prices starting @ $499 1, 2, & 3 Br Apts. Ambassador Court 336-884-8040

Rooms For Rent 12 Cox Ave. $95/wk. Cable incld. 688-1773 / 996-4649

Now Leasing Apts Newly Remodeled, 1st Month Free Upon Approved Application, Reduced Rents, Call 336-889-5099

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Business Places/ OfďŹ ces

8000 SF Manuf $1800 168 SF Office $250 600 SF Wrhs $200 T-ville 336-561-6631

NC MOUNTAINS- Log Cabin Liquidation. New 1200+ sf genuine log cabins w/acreage $79,900. Plenty of windows, decks, need finishing. 866-738-5522.

Retail/Office/Beauty Shop Intersection Hwy 29/70 & 68 1100sf $600 336-362-2119

0675 RENT SPECIAL! 200-C Carolina (T-ville) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Nice 2BR/1.5BA townhouse. Stove, refrig. Furn. WD hookup. Central heat/AC. No pets & no inside smoking. $300 mo. 434-3371 Townhome 14 West Sunrise Ave. 2BR, 1.5 BA. $495 mo. $300 dep., 336-465-3508 Unfurnished 2 Br Apt. Central Air. No Pets. near Pilot School on Harom Dr. $400/mo & Dep $400. Call. 476-4756

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Furnished Apartments/

Mobile Homes for Rent

3BR, central h/a, remodeled completely, NO PETS, $550. + dep., Archdale area, 847-7570 Mobile Home For Rent, 1BR, Stove & refrig, elec. heat, good location, 431-5560

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EAL ESTATE FOR SALE

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Homes for Sale

617 Goodman, A'dale, Spacious 3BR, 2BA , Cent. H/A, Stove, Fridge, DW, EC., $795 mo dep. 474-0058 NO PETS

Jamestown: 3bdm/2.5 bath 1800 sq. foot. Quiet Cul de Sac. Community Swim and Tennis included in rent. $850. (919-270-0073)

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Homes for Rent

2BR, 1BA, Good condition, $550. per mo., $500. dep., sect. 8 accepted. 235 New St. HP Call 751-1152

N.MYRTLE BEACH OCEANFRONT CONDO. Upscale 4BR/3BA in central OD. ALL new furnishings. Lazy River plus many amenities. 1/13th Interest - Use 4 Weeks/Year. $34,900 BeachBuddies (704) 634-4006.

Duplex/Apts

1BR Apt. in T-ville Central heat/air, $400. mo. + 1st mo. deposit, appliances incl. Call 689-0902 after 4pm

Absolute Auction Lakefront, Lake Access & Golf Course Property Tuesday, November 9, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 6 p.m. 6 Lots in Rocky Cove Subdivision Each with Boat Slip - Selling Absolute Badin Lake - Davidson County Owner Financing with As Little As 5% Down

0780 Misc. Real Estate 5,900+/- sf Comm. Building Trucks, Shop Equip, Tools. 5388 Amherst Hwy. 0.5 miles from Lynchburg, VA. Bankruptcy Auction: Wednesday, Oct. 20, 10 a.m. www.countsauction.com. (434) 525-2991. VAAF93. AUCTION- FARM, HOUSES & PERSONAL PROPERTYMecklenburg County, VA 433+/- total acres offered in 14 tracts. Houses, cabin, barns and grain bins on the farm. 3 homes and land in Chase City. 18.7+/- Acre development site between Food Lion and Dollar General Store on North Main St. 19.5+/- acres of timberland in Lunenburg County. Personal Property includes coin collection and farm equipment. Auction is Saturday, October 30 at 8:30 am (Real Estate Sells at 11:00 am.) For more information, go to woltz.com or call Woltz & Associates, Inc, (VA#321) Brokers & Auctioneers, Roanoke, VA, 800-551-3588. AUCTION- Watauga Lake in TN. 10 lake access lots. Oct. 23, 10 a.m. Spectacular mountain views. www.buydamascus.com. Damascus Realty & Auctions. 276-475-5000. TNA#6373 TNF#5498

Uwharrie Point Golf Course Lot Selling Subject to OwnerĘźs Confirmation Montgomery County

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Monuments/ Cemeteries

Oakwood Cemetery, "Roadside Lot". 16'x16' w/8 graves $4000 + $100/per site for Cemetery trust fund. 882-9353

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Cars for Sale

93 Honda Accord. 1 owner. Never Wrecked. All orig. 10th Anniversary. 217k miles. $3,350. Call 687-3623 Car's, Truck's, Van's & SUV's. $650 & Up. Larry's Auto Sales. Trinity. Call 336-682-8154

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6 Wooded Lots in Rocky Cove Subdivision, a Restricted Subdivision, Road Frontage, Each Lot Comes with Boat Slip Note: Four Lots Come with Permanent, Full Time Boat Slips & Two Lots have Day Slips. Uwharrie Point Golf Course Lot# 18 - Yadkin Falls Neighborhood of Uwharrie PointA gated & restricted subdivision. No Owner Financing Available on this lot. Auction to be held at I DonĘźt Care Restaurant & Bar, 286 Badin Shore Circle, New London, NCBroker Participation Invited Iron Horse Auction Company, Inc. 800-997-2248 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; NCAL 3936 www.ironhorseauction.com

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B10 – Thomasville Times – Saturday, October 16, 2010

POLICE REPORTS

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

Sept. 6

• Enriquez Francisco (WM, 39) arrested on charge of driving after having consumed sufficient amount of alcohol at 8306 National Highway. • Jim Richard Brindley (WM, 51) arrested on charge of violating school law at 223 Sam Kindley Drive. • Mary Teresa Brindley (WF, 48) arrested on charge of violating school law at 223 Sam Kindley Drive. • Javier Carrera Reyes (WM, 56) arrested on charge of assault on a female at 501 Albertson Road. • Jonathan Dewyane Johnson (WM, 34) arrested on charge of failure to appear at 200 Sam Kindley Drive. • Jon Michael Waddell (WM, 40) arrested on charge of harassing phone calls at 211 Salem St. • Michael Scott Long (WM, 34) arrested on charge of felony larceny at 128 Pilot Drive. • Stanley Geneil Butler (BM, 29) arrested on charge of misdemeanor larceny at 882 Juanita Hills St. in High Point. • Shannon Nicole Little (BF, 28) arrested on charge of assault and battery at 7 W. Guilford St.

Sept. 7

• Sharon Denise Pate (BF, 40) arrested on charge of simple assault at 1002 Doak Court. • Zachary Billie (WM, 16) arrested on charge of unauthorized use of motor vehicle at 7 W. Guilford St. • Christopher Antonio Coleman (BM, 38) arrested on charge of abandonement at 305 Fife St. • Bridgett Michelle Long (BF, 43) arrested on charge of assault with a deadly weapon at 809 Cox Ave.

Sept. 8

• Michael Jermaine Hannah (BM, 31) arrested on charge of possession of controlled substance at 1433 National Highway. • Amanda Gail Horne (WF, 28) arrested on charge of possessing drug paraphernalia at 3804 Beech Ridge Road. • Sarah Eugenia Jackson (BF, 34) arrested on charge of failure to appear at 1007 Elwood St. • James Troy Anderson (WM, 20) arrested on charge of assaulting a child/minor at 1116 Brinagle Ferry Road in Denton. • Roy Gene Allred (WM, 35) arrested on charge of harassig phone calls at 702 Spero Road in Randleman.

Sept. 9

• Theodore Delaneo Bass (WM, 75) arrested on charge of communicating threats at 101 Salem St. • Nancy Stone Burton (WF, 55) arrested on charge of simple assault at 219 Polk St. • Terry Lee Caswell (WM, 30) arrested on charge of failure to ap-

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pear at 7 W. Guilford St.

Sept. 10 • Yvonne Loretta White (WF, 32) arrested on charge of obtaining property by false pretenses at 6867 Wright Road. • Randy Martinez Ez-

zell (WM, 24) arrested on charge of possession of controlled substance at 511 Jefferson St. in Rocky Mount. • Gary Eugene Vinson (BM, 43) arrested on charge of assault on a female at 11 Pine St.

Sept. 11 • Stephen Craig Hendrick (WM, 53) arrested on charge of impaired driving at 1496 National Highway. • Leroy Smith (WM, 47) arrested on charge of possession of controlled

substance at 199 Lines St. • Robert Neil Ward (WM, 28) arrested on charge of larceny shoplifting at 1015 Randolph St. • John Antonio Abrams (BM, 44) arrested on charge of assault on a female at 313 Martin Lu-

ther King Drive. • Gaudencio Sanchez (WM, 24) arrested on charge of no operators license at 299 Salem St. • Jennifer Lynn Campbell (WF, 23) arrested on charge of failure to appear at 5 Laura Lane.


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