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Stores, residents prepare for Black Friday BY KARISSA MINN Staff Writer

This Friday, shoppers all over the city, county and nation are expected to fill retail stores, taking advantage of the retailers’ major sales as they get started on their Christmas shopping. Black Friday is typically the biggest single shopping day of the year, but in a recession, it may be harder for some to justify purchasing much — even at heavily discounted prices.

Thomasville resident Angela Wood said that she wants to take advantage of the Black Friday sales, but she may not have the money to shop. “It’s been really tough, especially with my husband being the only one working, and he has to work according to the weather,” Wood said. “I’m unemployed right now, unfortunately. I’ve been looking for a job, but it’s hard, because in our financial situation, we don’t have a computer. Everybody wants to do everything online, and we’re not there yet.”

Wood said that she has gone shopping on Black Friday before and doesn’t like the crowds, but she goes to buy items while they are on sale. “I hate crowds, but I know I’ve got to do what I’ve got to do sometimes,” she said. Carol Foley, also of Thomasville, said that fighting the holiday crowd has become too much for her. “It ain’t worth it,” Foley said. “I just do my shopping before then, and after everybody else calms down.”

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She said she went shopping on Black Friday once in Lexington and once in Thomasville, and then she decided she was done with that chaotic experience. Not everyone minds the crowds and the excitement, though. Thomasville resident Craig McDaniel said that he would love to shop on Black Friday, but he won’t be able to this year. “I would go if I didn’t have to work,” said McDaniels, an airplane mechanic

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Purdue pushes for Yadkin bridge replacement funds

“I have been very hopeful ever since we put the application in,” the govGREENSBORO — Gov. ernor said. “The North Beverly Perdue reiter- Carolina Railroad has a ated, during a recent visit project [for which they to the Triad, how the state want stimulus money] and I just simply told leadership them, ‘Your project is was wholeimportant, but North heartedly Carolina has one project behind the [competing for aid from effort to sethe federal discretionary cure a fedfund] and that’s the I-85 eral grant Yadkin River Bridge.’” to pay for One reason Perdue has replacebeen so upbeat about the Perdue ment of the state’s chances of receivbridge that crosses the Yadkin River ing this grant is that it has received support outon Interstate 85. “Every member of the side of North Carolina. “We’ve had the mayor [N.C.] congressional delegation has signed on of Atlanta and other folks [in support of this proj- from out-of-state weigh in ect],” Perdue said dur- that, even though it is in ing a recent interview at our state and that comthe Sheraton Greensboro munity (at the DavidsonRowan county line), the At Four Seasons. “All of our state’s [U.S.] repre- bridge is extremely imsentatives and senators portant for I-85,” she said. agree with me that, even “It’s really a major hub for interstate commerce up though there and down the are other eastern seaprojects, this board. If that is the one we ‘It’s really a bridge were must concenmajor hub for to collapse, it trate on.” would totally Last Februinterstate comdecimate ary, Perdue merce up and America’s announced economy.” that North down the eastInterstate Carolina had ern seaboard.’ 85 runs from made only — Gov. Bev Perdue Petersburg, one request Va., to Montto the newly gomery, Ala. created fedThere are eral discrecurrently no tionary fund — and that was $300 mil- toll booths on this heavlion to replace the Yadkin ily traveled highway, but River Bridge. She said elected officials have said there was $1.5 billion in privately and publicly this fund and last week that if the federal grant is Sen. Kay Hagan pointed not received, a toll charge out there were already would be necessary to $58 billion in requests help pay for a replacement throughout the country bridge in that location. In for assistance from this addition to replacing the bridge on I-85, the projfund. Despite the stiff com- ect would widen a stretch petition for these dollars, of 6.8 miles of the interPerdue remains optimis- state in both counties tic that North Carolina from four lanes to eight, will be successful in its as well as improve interefforts to receive this $300 See BRIDGE, Page 3 million grant.

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Above, children from Bobbi’s School of Dance wave to onlookers at the annual Christmas Parade Saturday. At right, Susie Truell (aka Cat in the Hat) rides with children from Communities in Schools on the Thomasville Times parade float. The parade was sponsored by the Fair Grove Lions Club. TIMES PHOTOS/ZACH KEPLEY

Ministry offers free Thanksgiving dinner BY KARISSA MINN Staff Writer

His Laboring Few Ministries is preparing for its annual Thanksgiving dinner, which serves anyone who needs a hot meal this Thursday. Preacher Steve, with His Laboring Few, said that people can sit and eat the free meal at Carter Brothers Barbecue, 2305 North Main St. in High Point, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday. They also can pick up meals to go.

In addition, His Laboring Few delivers plates to shut-ins and the elderly who can’t come get a meal. “It’s something that we started in 1993 to help people who may not have the opportunity to have a Thanksgiving meal, and who may be alone,” Steve said. “We get to minister with them, talk with them, pray with them and just spend time with them.” It has since expanded into a partnership with Carter Brothers, which opened its doors to the

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ministry eight years ago and donates some of the food. The dinner will be a traditional Thanksgiving meal that includes turkey, yams, green beans, dressing, gravy and dessert. Steve said that there is typically enough food on each plate to feed two people. “It’s just an opportunity to help in the community, draw people together, and share Thanksgiving and truly be thankful for the Lord Jesus Christ, first of all, and then

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What’s happening? Holiday waste collection schedule

The Solid Waste Department will be closed Nov. 26 and 27 in observance of Thanksgiving. Garbage and Recycling routes will be altered the following days: Garbage and recycling routes week of Nov. 23-27: • Monday will be regular schedule • Tuesday will be regular schedule • Wednesday and Thursday routes will be collected Wednesday. • Week of Nov. 30-Dec. 4 • Friday Nov. 27 route will be collected on Monday • Monday route will be collected Tuesday • Tuesday route will be collected Wednesday • Wednesday and Thursday routes will be collected Thursday • Friday will be regular schedule If items are not collected on listed day, please leave at the curb for next day collection

Fairgrove auction

Fairgrove Family Resource Center will hold its annual auction on Saturday, Dec. 5 at 5 p.m. at Fair Grove Elementary School gymnasium. A variety of items will be up for auction, including a Dempsey Essick painting, signed NASCAR memorablia, furniture, gift baskets, Wake Forest basketball tickets and more. All proceeds will benefit the center’s programs, which assists local families in crisis.

Loose leaf collection

The City of Thomasville currently is working to on Loose Leaf Collection. Please rake all leaves to the curb free

of any debris (i.e. rocks, trash, limbs). If leaves are mixed with any debris, they will not be collected. Pursuant to solid waste code; section 66-4; leaves should be kept out of the street so as not to impede traffic flow.

Claxton fruit cakes The Silver Valley Civitan Club has over 1,000 pounds Claxton Old Fashion Fruit Cake available for sale. The holiday treat may be obtained from any member, several local businesses or by calling Sales Manager Jerry Surratt at 472-1428. One and two pound cakes are available at $3.50 per pound. This is the 51st year that the Silver Valley club has sold Claxton Fruit Cake and now exceeds 73,000 pounds in total sales. Proceeds are used for numerous Civitan community service projecs including Project Santa Claus.

Gifts from the Heart Fairgrove Family Resource Center is now collecting gifts for local children for Christmas. Residents can call the resource center at 472-7217 to select a child to fill their wish list. Individual gifts of clothes and toys are also accepted. Donations can also be made to help the resource center purchase gifts for children of families in crisis. For more information about the program, call Terri Nelson at 472-7217.

Midway Christmas Parade The Midway Christmas Parade will be held Nov. 28 at 1 p.m. Starting at 9:30 a.m., there will be food, craft and music on the lawn of Oak Forest Methodist Church across from Cagney’s (formerly Country Kitchen Rest.) The event is free and open to the public. Midway is located on Old US Hwy 52, 10 miles north of Lexington.

Craft event The High Point Public Library at 901 North Main St., will host a series of free demonstrations of fun and easy seasonal crafts on Wednesday, Dec. 2 from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Many people enjoy creating handmade decorations and gifts to share with family and friends. They are a great way to spend quality time with loved ones and

can even be an economical way to celebrate the holidays. Library staff will be sharing their favorite seasonal crafts throughout the day. Every hour a new decoration or gift idea will be demonstrated. Several of the crafts may be made by participants as they follow the demonstration. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 883-3646.

Christmas crafts Join the Davidson County Department of Senior Services Senior Dynamics program to create several different Christmas Ornaments to hang on a loved ones Christmas tree or your own tree at home. The classes will be held on Mondays, Dec. 7, 14 and 21, from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the Thomasville Senior Center, located at 211 W. Colonial Drive in suite 103. The fee for this program is $2. All materials will be provided. Advance registration is required. For more information or to register, please call 474-2754. Deadline for registration is Dec. 2. Space is limited, so register for this fun and creative class today.

Luminary Service Forest Hill Memorial Park in Lexington will hold a Luminary Service on Dec. 5. There will be a flame burning to celebrate the lives of loved ones cherished and missed. Donations for each luminary will be accepted to raise money for the American Red Cross, West Lexington Volunteer Firemen and Locks of Love. For more information, call 248-5312.

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Are you an older adult with arthritis? Do you have stiffness or pain in your lower back, hips, knees, ankles or feet? Not participating in exercise regularly, or have you NEVER exercised? If you answered YES to any of these questions, join Fit and Strong!. Fit and Strong! is an award-winning, evidence-based physical activity program developed by the University of Illinois at Chicago, Center for Research on Healthy Aging (CRHA) proven to benefit arthritis symptoms and promote an active lifestyle. Join the CHRA in partnership with the Davidson County Department of Senior Services Senior Dynamics program for this life-changing course. Classes will begin on January 25 from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm and will meet every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for a total of eight (8) weeks. Each class will consist of exercise and arthritis/exercise education and discussion. Fee for 8 week program is $5.00. All equipment will be provided. To register, please call the Lexington Senior Center at 242-2290. Advanced registration is required. Class size is limited, so sign up today! Deadline for registration is January 18. Fee due upon registration.

Support meetings

Davidson County Cancer Services, 25 W. Sixth Ave., offers “SHARE” and “Living with Cancer” support meetings every third Thursday from 1-3 p.m. Call 249-7265 or e-mail to dccs@lexcominc.net.

Humane society meeting Blood pressure checks The Davidson County Department of Senior Services Senior Dynamics program offers free bi-monthly blood pressure checks. Visit the Lexington Senior Center at 106 Alma Owens Drive the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 1 to 3 p.m. and the last Friday of each month from 1 to 3 p.m. to have your blood pressure checked. The blood pressure checks are being provided by CareSouth Home Care Professionals and Piedmont Home Care. For more information, please call the Senior Center 242-2290.

Humane Society of Davidson County meets the second Tuesday of each month at the Bank of the Carolinas, West Center Street, Lexington at 7 p.m. For more information, call 248-2706.

Meeting scheduled

The Davidson County Parents of Children with Disabilities will meet on the first Thursday of each month from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Lexington Library Meeting Room on South Main Street. For more information, call Vickie at 746-4456.

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Today we will see partly cloudy skies with a high temperature of 65º, humidity of 77% and an overnight low of 45º. The record high temperature for today is 77º set in 1957. The record low is 21º set in Average temperature . . . . . . .56.5º 1997. Wednesday, skies will remain partly cloudy Average normal temperature .48.9º with a high temperature of 64º, humidity of 63% and Departure from normal . . . . .+7.6º an overnight low of 43º. Expect mostly sunny skies Data as reported from Greensboro Thursday with a high temperature of 61º.

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FROM PAGE 1 BRIDGE From page 1 changes and eliminate sharp curves. Also two other bridges crossing the Yadkin River in the area would be replaced. The project is “shovel ready� and expected to be completed in a period of about three years. “In order to give the project more of a national focus, we have switched the name of it from Yadkin River Bridge to the

I-85 Corridor Improvement Project,� Perdue said. “Secretary [Eugene] Conti (of N.C.DOT] has been going to Washington about twice a month trying to push as many buttons as he can push for this project.� Another stimulus federal grant that Perdue expressed hopes in obtaining for North Carolina is the “Race to the Top grant. A total of $4 billion will be awarded next year to states that show the powers that be progressive changes in

DINNER From page 1 for our community and fact that we can all be together and just fellowship together during Thanksgiving,� Steve said. “That’s really what Thanksgiving is about.� Steve estimated that between 3,500 and 3,800 people were served at last year’s Thanksgiving dinner. He expects that they will serve more than 4,000 this year. Nearly 400 volunteers help make the dinner happen, either by delivering meals or helping in the kitchen. Volunteers began cooking 400 turkeys last week, which were then cut into servings and frozen. They will fix all of the side dishes Wednesday night, mix

their education systems. Perdue spoke of this at the Sheraton to attendees of the annual conference of the N.C. School Boards Association. “We are very aggressively pursuing the ‘Race to the Top’ grant,� Perdue said. “We may or may not get it, but in my mind, North Carolina will be chosen. To be successful, it’s critical that we are able to partner with the superintendents, the school board members and the NCAE (N.C. Educators Association).�

the turkey with the gravy in a big pot, and begin filling the to-go trays. On Thanksgiving day, more volunteers will begin delivering the meals at about 8:30 or 9 a.m., each visiting 10 to 15 houses and spending a little time with the people receiving the meals. They try to be done by 1 p.m., Steve said. “We are thankful for all the volunteers that have helped over the years and will help this year,� Steve said. “We look forward to being able to help a lot of people this year.� The process will begin again for the ministry’s annual Christmas dinner, which takes place at the same times on Christmas day at Carter Brothers Barbecue. For more information about His Laboring Few Ministries or to request a meal delivery, call 475-2455.

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Four people from Denton were arrested Thursday for assaulting a man with a variety of weapons. James Donald Graves, 58, of 333 Turkey Trail in Denton, Debora Ann Graves, 34, and Amber Graves, of 395 Turkey

Trail, and Jared Owens, of 1855 Lick Creek Church Road are all facing a charge of assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury stemming from a Thursday altercation involving James Donald Graves Jr. According to a DCSO press release, Graves Jr. was assaulted by family members while attempt-

ing to retrieve his son at his father’s house on Turkey Trail. Graves Jr. was treated at Thomasville Medical Center for lacerations to his forehead and back, as well as a concussion. A number of weapons were used during the assault, including a metal baseball bat, a wooden stick, the stock of a rifle and a piece of wood.

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PREPARE From page 1 who works in Greensboro. “In the past, I’ve gone for deals on games and electronics.� While some local residents are ambivalent about the shopping holiday, store owners are preparing for a busy weekend. Stephanie Chamberlin, store manager of Peebles in Thomasville, said that she thinks Friday’s sales will be comparable to those in previous years. “Our business has been good, so I’m really expecting a good day� Chamberlin said. “Our sales are usually very good, and comparable to what is out in the community.� Chamberlin said Peebles will have “early bird� specials from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday on a variety of items. Some toys will be buy one, get one free, and there will be sales on some items from virtually every department. Avis Brewer, owner of Avis’ Fine Jewelry in Thomasville, said that she isn’t sure what to expect on Friday. “The way the economy is, this year is kind of unpredictable,� Brewer said. “That’s why we’re doing buy one, get one free on Friday and Satur-

day. Usually, we do it in July and March.� Brewer said that business has been a little down lately, but not too bad. She says that the store typically gets a boost in sales the weekend after Thanksgiving, but those aren’t the days she expects to be busiest. “In the jewelry business, the last two weeks before Christmas tell the tale,� Brewer said. “A lot

of men procrastinate, and the last two weeks are when they come in to buy.� Still, Brewer shared Chamberlin’s optimism about Black Friday this year. “I really think Friday and Saturday will be good — I do,� Brewer said. “People are out looking for bargains, and we’ve got them.�

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D.G. MARTIN N.C. Columnist

Here is a Thanksgiving present I stole a few years ago from a wonderful North Carolina book--a few old quotes about North Carolina that are worth noting today. “North Carolina is, I believe, the poorest state in the Union: the part of it though which we traveled should seem to indicate as much... The few detached houses on the road were mean and beggarly in their appearance, and the people whom we saw when the coach stopped had a squalid, and at the same time fierce air, which at once bore witness to the unfortunate influences of their existence.” From the journal of Frances Anne Kemble, traveling through the state in 1838. As bad as things sometimes seem today, we’ve come a long way in the last 180 years. “A short time of conflict & the day is ours — ours for Freedom, for Right, for Self Government! They can never overcome, never conquer us, for we fight for our Birthright — Freedom!” An entry dated April 24, 1861, from the diary of Catherine Ann Devereaux Edmondston of Halifax County. Are we always so confident of quick victory at the beginning of a “just war?” “Between the lines [the South Carolina and Virginia borders] ... was left an area which for years on end rejoiced in the generalization that it was a vale of humility between two mountains of conceit. The generalization is useful, as most generalizations are. A modicum of truth lies in it, a persisting modicum, borne out in the report of a modern North Carolinian that among his State’s neighbors there were only two classes of people, those who never had worn shoes and those who made you feel that you never had ... [I]n a North Carolina [that is] recently more proud than humble, [there is] a continuing conviction that one man is as good as another and that if you don’t believe it he’ll show you he’s a damn

sight better....” Jonathan Daniels, writing in the 1930’s. “... Daniel Boone ... grew to manhood in the Yadkin River Valley near Statesville. He spent nearly half of his life here, and in fact did not settle west of the mountains until he was 41.” Joe Knox, in the Greensboro Daily News in 1976. “This, Mr. Chairman, is perhaps the negro’s temporary farewell to the American Congress; but let me say, Phoenix-like, he will rise up some day and come again. These parting words are in behalf of an outraged, heartbroken, bruised, and bleeding, but God-fearing people, faithful, industrious, loyal people — rising people, full of potential force.” George White, North Carolina’s last black Congressman, in 1901, giving his farewell speech to Congress, after being defeated in a re-election bid. “I am, by nature, very conservative, but I am firm in my convictions... I want to blaze a trail for other women. I know that years from now there will be many other women in politics, but you have to start a thing.” Lillian Exum Clement of Asheville, in 1920 or 1921, after becoming the first women to be elected to the North Carolina General Assembly. “I shall continue to stand against wastefulness and extravagance in any activity. But there is a point, even in economy, beyond which self-respecting government cannot go. For to do so means not merely an abdication of its function but social bankruptcy.” Governor J. C. B. Ehringhaus, in 1933, justifying a new tax to support education. What would he advise today? Want more? I stole all these quotes from a book that the UNC Press published a few years ago. “Discovering North Carolina: A Tar Heel Reader” is edited by Jack Claiborne and William Price. Charles Kuralt said about it, “The most interesting book about North Carolina I’ve ever read.” If you’ve read the column this far, you’ll want to read this book too.

Holder’s true motive VIEWPOINT

MONA CHAREN Syndicated Columnist Attorney General Eric Holder adopted a tough guy pose when he announced that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four others will be tried in federal court for the most heinous terror attack on Americans in history. “After eight years of delay,” he intoned, “those allegedly responsible for the attacks of September 11 will finally face justice. It is past time to finally act.” Where to begin? The claim that the Bush administration was somehow dilatory sets a new standard for gall, particularly coming from Eric Holder. As former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy points out, “The principal reason there were so few military trials is the tireless campaign conducted by leftist lawyers (including Holder) to derail military tribunals by challenging them in the courts.” Those lawyers threw up hundreds of roadblocks. Military detentions and tribunals violated, they claimed, the U.S. Constitution, the Geneva Conventions, and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Litigating all this has taken years. At last clearing those obstacles, the government initiated Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s military trial in Guantanamo in September 2008. In December, KSM pleaded guilty and asked to be executed. But now, the attorney general puffs out his chest

and declares that by trying KSM in an Article III federal court, he has chosen the forum “most likely to lead to a positive result.” The mind reels. This is an excruciatingly awful decision that no hanging judge talk of “the ultimate penalty” can perfume. What about the increased risk of terror attacks on New York during the trial? The city is “hardened” against attacks Holder assures us. Really? Like Fort Hood? By granting a civil trial to KSM, while Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, who bombed the USS Cole in Yemen, will receive a military tribunal, the U.S. telegraphs this message to terrorists: Wherever possible, attack our civilians. You’ll get more lawyering and a better deal than if you attack our military. (And by the way, you’ll get more rights than a member of our military who commits a crime.) Attorney General Holder is keen to prove to a supposedly skeptical world that America lives up to its values (never mind that granting the full rights of citizens to enemy combatants is not part of our creed -- nor anyone else’s). Yet he has also repeatedly asserted that a not-guilty verdict is unacceptable. “Failure is not an option. These are cases that have to be won.” Whoa. In the first place, it isn’t at all beyond imagination that the government could lose this case. KSM was waterboarded. No evidence thus obtained is admissible. A liberal judge who disliked the Bush administration might exclude other key evidence as well. But Holder says he’ll be found guilty. Isn’t that a perversion of our jurisprudence? If a not-guilty verdict is impossible, then the trial is a sham. “Sentence first -- verdict afterward” said the Red Queen. Moreover, the Justice Department has assured Sen.

Jon Kyl that “we will not release anyone into the United States if doing so would endanger our national security or the American people.” So in the event that KSM is acquitted, it’s the position of the Obama Justice Department that we would continue to hold him? How does that outcome burnish the reputation of our justice system? And while we’re on the subject of not thinking things through, at a Senate hearing, Holder could not answer Sen. Lindsey Graham’s question about how we would deal with Osama bin Laden if we caught him tomorrow. Would he be Mirandized? Would we give him a lawyer? Isn’t that the precedent this decision sets? There are dozens more reasons (including the intelligence bonanza this will confer on al-Qaida) that this decision is among the worst to emerge from a terrible presidency. What did they hope to achieve? Perhaps they have thought it through -- at least as far as how the trial would unfold. With no defense (he has boasted about his mass murder), what will KSM do? He will put the CIA and the Bush administration on trial. Prepare for lurid accounts of his and others’ mistreatment. Is that the nub? To satisfy the revenge fantasies of American leftists who have lusted to put the Bush administration on trial, the Obama administration is willing to sacrifice logic, justice, national security, and honor? When KSM’s star turn in the courtroom goes viral on the Internet and inspires thousands of new jihadis, the Obamaites can console themselves that at least they stuck it to George W. Bush. To find out more about Mona Charen and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate web page at www.creators.com.

D.G. Martin is hosting his final season of UNC-TV’s North Carolina Bookwatch, which airs Sundays at 5 p.m. For more information or to view prior programs visit the webpage at www. unctv.org/ncbookwatch/. This Sunday’s (Nov. 29) guest is Shelby Stephenson, author of “Family Matters: Homage to July, The Slave Girl.”

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OBITUARIES Index Thomasville Helen Jane Sampson Roberts, 92 Lexington Billy C. Adams, 84 Joan B. Arnett, 63 Lily Crowell, 21 months Betty Simerson, 76 Luther E. Smith, 80 Doris Faye “Dottie� Loy Snider, 81 Johnny Swicegood, 82 Donna Hedrick Tiller, 55 Other Areas Hubert Allen Beeson, 56 Ruth Ward Burleson, 79 Delmer Lambeth, 71 James Reavis, 76

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LEXINGTON — Billy Crotts Adams, 84, died on Oct. 23, 2009. A memorial service for Billy Adams has been set for 3 p.m. Sunday at Fairview United Methodist Church on Old Highway 109, four miles north of Denton, with the Rev. Doug Rowe officiating. The receiving of family and friends will follow in the fellowship hall, where refreshments will be served. He is survived by four children, Steve Adams and Laurie Adams, of Denton, Kevin Adams, of High Point, and Alecia Adams Evans, of Connecticut. Also surviving is a sister, Nell Adams, of Thomasville, and a brother, Danny Adams, of Colorado. He was married to Phoebe Loretta Adams (same maiden name), who preceded him in death in 2001, for 23 years. He served in the Navy during World War II, where he was honorably discharged from an injury. After the war, he attended seminary and served as a Methodist minister with parishes throughout the Piedmont. After many occupations, he retired on a lot on High Rock Lake, where his locally legendary presence inspired the naming of Adams Lane. He lost the battle of his

health after his struggle with Alzheimer’s converted into dementia earlier this fall. His ashes will be sprinkled on High Rock Lake off the pier of his lot as he requested. Tributes to the family may be made online at www.ridgefuneralhome. com. ***

Joan B. Arnett LEXINGTON — Joan Blevins Arnett, 63, of South Highway 150 in Lexington, died Friday, Nov. 20, 2009, in Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center after several years of declining health. Arnett was born July 8, 1946, in Mogoffin County, Ky., to Sherman Blevins and Cliffie Holliday Blevins. She was a retired registered nurse with Thomasville Medical Center and a member of Calvary Baptist Church in Salisbury. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. today at Davidson Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Steve Holshouser officiating. Burial will follow in Forest Hill Memorial Park. Online condolences may be made at www.davidsonfuneralhome.net.

Hubert Allen Beeson TRINITY — Hubert Allen Beeson, 56, of Trinity, died Monday, Nov. 23, 2009. Beeson loved country music, NASCAR and the open road on his Harley, but he was happiest when he was surrounded by his family. Funeral service will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Chapel of J. C. Green

and Sons Funeral Home with Pastor John Shook officiating. The family will visit with friends following the service. Online condolences may be made at www.jcgreenandsons.com

Ruth Ward Burleson DENTON — Ruth Ward Burleson, 79, of Mountain Vista Health Park and formerly of Leonard St. in Thomasville, died Monday, Nov. 23, 2009, at Mountain Vista. Burleson was born on Jan. 18, 1930, in Stanly County, to Roy Douglas Ward and Nellie S. Banks Ward. She worked at Kayby Mills for 35 years and was a member of Hillside Park Baptist Church. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Hillside Park Baptist Church with the Revs. Terry Boles and Dr. Steve Chipps officiating. Interment will follow in Holly Hill Memorial Park Cemetery. Burleson will remain at the J.C. Green and Sons Funeral Home in Thomasville until taken to the church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral home from 6-8 p.m. today and at other times at the home of her daughter, Linda. Memorials may be directed to Hillside Park Baptist Church in Thomasville. Online condolences may be sent to www.jcgreenandsons.com.

Lily Crowell LEXINGTON — Lily Grace Crowell, 21 months,

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Towns and the Revs. Michael Gates and Albert Smith. Burial followed in the church cemetery. Davidson Funeral Home, Hickory Tree Chapel is serving the family. Reavis was born March 15, 1933, in Iredell County, to Joseph Franklin Reavis and Pearl Swink Reavis. He was a retired employee of Thomasville Furniture Industries, an Army veteran of the Korean Conflict and a member of Faith Missionary Alliance Church. Reavis is survived by his wife, Ellen Nifong Reavis, of the home; a brother, Grady Lee Reavis, of Booneville; and a sister, Mary Aldridge Fornash, of Bergholz, Ohio. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to Faith Missionary Alliance Church, CMA Missions, 1077 Gumtree Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27107. Online condolences may be made at www. davidsonfuneralhome. net. ***

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Delmer Lambeth TRINITY — Delmer L. Lambeth, 71, a resident of Trinity, died Saturday, Nov. 21, 2009, at his home. Delmer was born May 3, 1938, in Davidson County, a son of Allen L. Lambeth and Ethel Wade Lambeth. A lifelong resident of the Davidson County area, he was retired from Harris Covington Hosiery Mill, was a member of the American Legion, was a U.S. Army veteran and was a member of Thomasville First Church of the Nazarene. Delmer was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Jerry Lambeth; and a sister, Mazel Lambeth. On Aug. 28, 1965, he married Betty Tucker, who survives of the home. Also surviving are his children, Sharon Hodges and husband Andy, of Trinity, and James Lambeth, of the home; three grandchildren, Evan Hodges, Erin Hodges and Cailey Lambeth; one sis-

ter, Audrey Workman, of Georgia; three brothers, Sherrill Lambeth and Leon Lambeth and wife Katherine, all of Trinity, and Donald Lambeth, of Thomasville; a sister-inlaw, Martha Lambeth, of Trinity, and son, Ricky Lambeth, of Davidson County. Funeral service will be held at 3 p.m. today at Thomasville First Church of the Nazarene with the Rev. Mike McClure officiating. Interment will follow in the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church Cemetery in Trinity. Online condolences may be sent to the Lambeth family at www.jcgreenandsons.com. ***

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CALENDAR TODAY WRESTLING Ledford @ Randleman 7:30 p.m.

WEDNESDAY BASKETBALL Ledford @ Eastern Randolph 7:30 p.m.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL NCHSAA 2-A Playoffs Lexington @ Thomasville 7:30 p.m.

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THURSDAY WRESTLING Ledford @ E. Davidson 7:45 p.m.

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Probably not too many could have predicted this NCHSAA 2-A state football playoff matchup, but the Lexington Yellow Jackets will visit Cushwa Stadium Friday night in a rivalry game that has significant meaning.

Lexington is coming off a thrilling 22-21 comeback win over No. 1 seed Starmount, while the fourth-seeded Bulldogs had just as much excitement in a 13-10 overtime victory against Polk County. If not for a risky call on fourth down in over-

time, the Bulldogs may not be playing on Friday. Sam Nelson hit Brandon Lucas on a quick slant on the final play, as THS escaped to prolong its season. Thomasville, who extended its winning streak to eight straight games, defeated the Yel-

low Jackets 23-13 just a few weeks ago. In that game, Thomasville turned the ball over five times, but its defense kept them in contention as always. Nelson and Lucas had huge games through the air, especially in long down situations.

JJ grabs title four; Hamlin wins race

away. After the smoke settled, Johnson embraced the enormity of what he had just accomplished. “The truth of it is, to do something that’s never been done in this sport— to love the sport like I do and respect it like I do—and the greats, Petty, Earnhardt, Gordon … to

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Thomasville has dodged some bullets in previous seasons on their way to a state championship, and Friday’s 13-10 overtime win over Polk County was an example of how a little luck can help you go a long way. Several times throughout the NCHSAA 2-A playoff game, the Bulldogs had their backs against the wall. Most teams would have caved under the pressure, but Thomasville seems to have a knack for rising up when things look grim. The first of several big plays happened on defense late in the third quarter. After seeing its kicking game look sketchy early on, the Wolverines decided to go for it on fourth down at the Thomasville 5. Quarterback Andre Overholt called his own number on a quarterback draw, but the THS defense snuffed it out and stopped him for no gain. It was another stellar stop for the defense who deserved a much-needed rest, but instead, they were back at it two plays later. A botched pitch on the first play from scrimmage allowed Polk to recover at the two, all but putting seven points on the board for the visitors. Championships are won on the defensive side of the ball, though, and the red warriors came out barking and snarling at the Wolverines. Polk went backwards on the drive, and this time decided to go for the three points. The 24-yard attempt was blocked, keeping the game tied as one quarter remained. Thomasville had one more major bullet to dodge in the final seconds of regulation,

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Lap 222 of 267, Hamlin crossed the stripe 2.632 seconds ahead of Jeff Burton, who posted his second straight runnerup finish and his fourth straight top 10. Burton’s Richard Childress Racing teammate Kevin Harvick ran third, and Kurt Busch locked up fourth in the Chase standings with a fourthplace finish.

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CROWNING A CHAMPION

HOMESTEAD, Fla.— Done deal. “How ’bout some history?!” Jimmie Johnson shouted as the crossed the finish line at Homestead-Miami Speedway. No, Johnson didn’t win Sunday’s Ford 400. Denny Hamlin did. But Johnson accomplished something far more significant than a victory in a single event. His fifth-place finish was more than good enough to clinch his fourth straight NASCAR Sprint Cup Series title, breaking a tie with Cale Yarborough for most consecutive championships. “History, boys,” Johnson continued. “No one ever — ever! I don’t know how to thank you guys. Thank you so much.” Johnson’s title run also completed Hendrick Motorsports’ sweep of the top three positions in the final standings, the first time an organization has achieved that distinction. In winning his fourth Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, Johnson finished 141 points ahead of Mark Martin, who entered Sunday’s race 108 points behind his teammate and finished 12th. Jeff Gordon secured a third-place finish in the points with a sixth-place run. All but lost in the hoopla surrounding Johnson’s record run was Hamlin’s fourth victory of the season and his second in the Chase. Surging into the lead after a restart on

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Williams picks off three passes in UNC victory BY BRIANA GORMAN Durham Herald Sun CHESNUT HILL, Mass. — North Carolina safety Deunta Williams was on the phone with one of his friends earlier this week, and the friend was raving about teammate Kendric Burney’s three-interception performance in a win over Miami last weekend. The junior then told his friend to make sure he watched Saturday’s game against Boston College. A week after Burney’s record-setting day, Williams had his own three-pick performance to help the Tar Heels beat the Eagles 31-13 at Alumni Stadium. It was the fourth consecutive victory for UNC (8-3, 4-3), and

the school’s longest winning streak since winning five straight in 2001. “It’s a little competition between us,” said Williams, whose 21st birthday was Saturday. “We’re both from Jacksonville, North Carolina so I couldn’t let him go out like that.” Williams’ interceptions, including one he returned to the Eagles’ 1 to set up the goahead score in the fourth quarter, accounted for three of the six turnovers UNC’s eighthranked defense forced against BC (7-4, 4-3). After struggling to create turnovers early in the season, the Tar Heels have recorded 14 turnovers the past four games. Williams now leads the team with six interceptions compared to Burney’s five. “I said, ‘Can’t I lead the team for more than

a week in interceptions?’ “ Burney said jokingly. “But you know I’m so happy for him.” But it’s not like Burney came up emptyhanded Saturday. UNC jumped to a 21-0 lead in the first ten minutes of the game when it took its opening drive down the field for a 1-yard Ryan Houston run and got two touchdowns from its defense — one of which came from Burney. The first defensive touchdown was scored by 6-4, 325 pound lineman Cam Thomas — who scooped up a fumble caused by teammate E.J. Wilson’s sack — and then lumbered 20 yards into the end zone to put his

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AREA SPORTS BRIEFS GENERAL Concealed Handgun classes There will be concealed handgun classes Nov. 28 and Dec. 19 at the Fairgrove Fire Department. The class runs from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. This class is mandatory for anyone wishing to get a concealed handgun permit. The class is covered by Jason Livingston, N.C. certified firearms instructor and 16 years law

RACE From page 7 do something they’ve never done is so awesome. To win four championships in eight years, what this team has done ‌ I don’t know where to start. It’s unbelievable.� With his niece Alesha Gainey facing an emergency liver transplant in North Carolina, team owner Rick Hendrick wasn’t at Homestead to celebrate Johnson’s record and several others that accrued to the organization. Hendrick Mo-

torsports won its ninth owners’ championship, tying Petty Enterprises for most all-time. In addition, Hendrick won its aggregate 12th owners’ championship in NASCAR’s top three national series, a NASCAR best. Crew chief Chad Knaus extended his record number of consecutive Cup titles to four. “Mr. H, buddy, we really wish you were here today,� Knaus radioed after the race. Hamlin, who collected his eighth career victory, won from the 38th starting position in a No. 11 Toyota that improved as

enforcement experience. The class covers laws for citizens governing the use of deadly force to protect their homes, as well as deadly force laws in general as they pertain to citizens of N.C. Also, gun safety, marksmanship and fundamentals are covered and practiced during the class, with hands on range time. To sign up for the class call Livingston at 687-0290 or go by the fire department.

daylight turned to night, thanks to crew chief Mike Ford’s astute adjustments to the car. Between the fireworks in the prerace ceremony and the champion’s burnout after the race, there were other pyrotechnics on the racetrack. Tony Stewart turned his No. 14 Chevrolet into Juan Pablo Montoya’s No. 42 Chevy, after the two cars made contact shortly after a restart on Lap 113. Montoya pounded the Turn 3 wall and lost 27 laps while his crew repaired the car in the garage. After returning to the track, Montoya spun

Stewart off Turn 4, sending him into the inside retaining wall. Stewart recovered to finish 22nd, and Montoya came home 38th. Notes: After the race, Joey Logano was named Raybestos Rookie of the Year in the Cup series. ‌ Truex made his last start for Earnhardt Ganassi Racing before moving to Michael Waltrip Racing next season. ‌ Jamie McMurray finished 18th in his last run for Roush Fenway Racing. He’ll drive for Earnhardt Ganassi next year.

From page 7 team up 14-0. “I ain’t no bragger, I’m going to act like I’ve been there before,� said Thomas, whose last touchdown came when he played fullback in high school. “But it felt good, I’m not going to lie.� And 1:14 later, Burney broke the school record for interceptions returned for touchdowns. The junior picked off quarterback Dave Shinskie and strolled 30 yards into the end zone for his third career interception returned for a touchdown. It’s the second consecutive game UNC’s defense has scored two touchdowns, and the Tar Heels lead the ACC with seven non-offensive touchdowns this season. Shinskie was picked off four times and finished 12 of 28 for 101 yards. “You can’t [give them 21 points] with a defense like that — that’s the bottom line� BC linebacker Mike McLaughlin said. “You put yourself behind the eight-ball.� But even though the Eagles faced such a large deficit early in the game, they made it a one-score game just before halftime. BC capitalized on an Erik Highsmith fumble with a 28-yard field goal and turned a T.J. Yates interception into a 20-yard field goal. UNC’s third turnover of the first half, another Yates inter-

ception, resulted in a the Eagles’ lone touchdown of the day — a 2-yard pass from Shinskie to Rich Gunnell — to cut the lead to 21-13 at the break. “I don’t think I have been in a game where there were as many sudden change situations in a game as there were today,� UNC coach Butch Davis said. “Sometimes if things are so easy early then all of a sudden, if you are not careful, you let up a little bit and allow teams to get back into the game.� But Williams made sure the Eagles didn’t make a full comeback. The fourth quarter began with the Eagles still in striking distance as neither team scored in the third quarter and Yates was picked off in the end zone for his third interception of the night. But with five minutes remaining in the game Williams grabbed his third pick at BC’s 40 and, even though it appeared he had reached the end zone, he was ruled down at BC’s 1. One play later Houston punched it in to put UNC up 28-13 and seal the victory. “It hurt a little bit, I can’t lie,� said Williams, who hasn’t scored a touchdown in his collegiate career. “I wanted the end zone real bad, man. I was fighting, I was pushing, I was clawing and everything but I guess my butt hit before I turned around and fell over. I tried, man.�

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Lewis earns a little respect BY BRYAN STRICKLAND Durham Herald Sun MIAMI — At Duke’s weekly press conference on Tuesday, a reporter asked Coach David Cutcliffe about some people trying to belittle Thad Lewis’ pursuit of the school’s career yardage mark because it in some ways is a product of longevity. “Anybody points that out and says something like, ‘Well, he doesn’t deserve the home run record because he’s played 25 years,’ now wait a minute,” Cutcliffe said. In Saturday’s 34-16 loss at Miami, in the next-tolast game of Lewis’ career, he earned the record and even more respect from his coach — if that was even possible. Lewis now has 9,678 passing yards, 64 yards more than Ben Bennett had from 1980-83. Lewis also moved into third place on the ACC’s alltime listed with a 303yard day, a day that Cut-

cliffe didn’t think would include Lewis. “I was amazed that Thad was available,” Cutcliffe said of Lewis, who has been battling a painful thigh bruise. “He was unable to practice this week. We didn’t advertise that — and rightfully so. “I was real thrilled when he told me Thursday morning that he could get in his car. That kind of gives you an indication of how sore he was and how limited.” Because of injuries and also because the only options behind him were Sean Schroeder — who is hoping to redshirt — and walk-on punter Alex King, Lewis wasn’t his spry self. He didn’t run the draws that often have been Duke’s best rushing play, and he didn’t make a lot of lateral moves to try to avoid Miami’s rush. But he was only sacked once, and he carved apart Miami’s secondary at times — just not enough times to pull out the victory.

“I wasn’t able to shake a defender like I normally would or get out of the pocket like I normally would, but I did just enough,” Lewis said. “I couldn’t really make plays with my feet, but I made a lot of plays with my arm because the receivers did a great job of getting open.” Lewis will be one of nine Duke seniors wrapping up their college careers Saturday against Wake Forest. He needs 172 yards to pass Chris Weinke of Florida State for second place in passing yards in ACC history, and he needs 322 yards to join Philip Rivers of N.C. State as the only two to reach 10,000 yards (Rivers has 13,484). After he managed to play at Miami, it’s safe to assume that nothing will keep Lewis off the field for his swan song. “He is a very courageous young man,” Cutcliffe said. “He’s the toughest guy you’ll ever find in a football game.”

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FROM PAGE 6 DEATHS From page 6 Helen Jane Sampson Roberts

Helen Jane Sampson Roberts, 92, a resident of 440 Wall Ave., died Sunday afternoon, Nov. 22, 2009, at her residence. She was born Sep. 23, 1917, in Henning, Ill., a daughter of the late Carson Edgar Sampson and Margie Ann Bundy Sampson. Roberts was a homemaker, and she and her husband were the former co-owners, along with Col. Harlan Sanders, founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken, of Sanders Court in Asheville. She was a member of Carolina Memorial Baptist Church and the Ladies No. 1 Sunday School Class, where she served as a former teacher of the class. On Aug. 8, 1940, she was married to Lee Edgar Roberts, who preceded her in death Dec. 19, 1982. Surviving are a daughter, Julia Roberts Russell and husband Mike, of the home; a son, Dr. Terry Lee Roberts, of Chapel Hill; five grandchildren, Emily Russell Ward, Adam Roberts Russell and wife Necie Ann, Jesse Lee Roberts, Margaret Roberts and Henry Roberts; and one great-grandson, Benjamin Michael Ward. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. today in Carolina Memorial Baptist Church with the Rev. Dr. G. Dana Slack officiating. The family will receive friends immediately following the service at the church. A graveside service will be held at 12 p.m. Wednesday in Ashlawn Memory Gardens in Asheville. The family requests memorials be directed to the building fund of Carolina Memorial Baptist Church in Thomasville. ***

Betty Simerson LEXINGTON — Betty Roberts Simerson, 76, of Westwood Lane in Lexington, died Sunday, Nov. 22, 2009. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday from the Lakeview Baptist Church. The family will see friends from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday at Piedmont Funeral Home.

Luther E. Smith LEXINGTON — Luther Edison Smith, 80, of Spruce Street in Lexington, died Saturday, Nov. 21, 2009, in Forsyth Medical Center after a period of declining health. Smith was born Nov. 7, 1929, in Davidson County, to James Albert Smith and Mary Belle Morrison Smith. A member of Second Presbyterian Church, he was employed with Piedmont Candy Co. for 31 years, retired from Lexington Furniture Co. after 11 years of service, and retired from the National Guard after 20 years of service. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Davidson Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Ray N. Howell IV officiating. Burial will follow in Forest Hill Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. today at Davidson Funeral Home and other times at the home. Memorials may be directed to the Kidney Foundation of N.C. in Chapel Hill. Online condolences may be made at

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Doris Faye “Dottie” Loy Snider LEXINGTON — Doris Faye “Dottie” Loy Snider, 81, of Shoreline Drive, died Thursday, Nov. 19, 2009. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at First Baptist Church. Piedmont Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Johnny Swicegood LEXINGTON — John Thomas Swicegood, 82, of Midway, died Friday, Nov. 20, 2009. Funeral service was held at 4 p.m. Monday at

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Donna Hedrick Tiller LEXINGTON — Donna Gaile Hedrick Tiller, 55, of N.C. Highway 150 South, died Sunday, Nov. 22, 2009, at her home. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Crossroads Church with the Revs. Danny Sams and Elliott Sams officiating. Davidson Funeral Home Lexington Chapel is serving the family. Online condolences may be made at www.davidsonfuneralhome.net.

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Davidson County Sheriff ’s Detectives have arrested an 18-year-old Thomasville man who they say raped a 13-yearold juvenile. On Nov. 18, the D av i d s o n County Sherif f ’s Office received a Snyder report regarding a rape against a 13-year-old juvenile that occurred on Whispering Oaks Drive in Lexington on Nov. 16. After investigation, Jason Cecil McKay Snyder, 18, of 317 Harris Drive in Thomasville, turned himself in to the sheriff ’s office on Nov. 20 at the Davidson County Courthouse. He is charged with one count of second degree forcible rape, one count of sexual battery and one count of assault on a female. Snyder was placed in the Davidson County Jail under a $50,000 secured bond and has a Lexington District Court date of

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BEGINNING at an established iron pin in the c o m mon corner of Grantor and of the Green Valley Subdivision as shown in Plat Book 16, Page 87 o f the Davidson County Registry, also being a corner with Paul Sells (See Deed recorded in Book 486, Page 184 of the Davidson County Regist r y ) ; thence from said point of BEGINNING South 03 degrees 15 minutes 18 seconds West 245.45 feet to a point in the line of Sells; thence a line North 86 degrees 28 minutes 38 seconds West 194.81 feet to a new iron pin; thence North 00 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds West 245.91 feet to a new iron pin in the line of Ella Hedgecock (See Deed recorded in Deed Book 324, Page 133, Davidson County Registry); thence with the line of Hedgecock and of Green Valley Subdivision, South 86 degrees 28 minutes 38 seconds East 208.77 feet to an established iron pin in the common corner of Grantor and Green Valley Subdivision as shown in Plat Book 16, Page 87 of the Davidson County Registry, the point and place of BEGINNING, the same being 1.137 acres, more or less, and being all of Lot 6 as shown on survey prepared by Abbotts Creek Surveying, entitled “Plat of Survey for Donald Carroll,“ Drawing No. 971231DC, dated 1/5/98, t o which reference is hereby had. TOGETHER WITH a non-exclusive easement and right-of-way for ingress, egress and regress as follows: A thirtyfoot strip of land to the east of the following described line: BEGINNING at a point in the center of Georgetown Road (State Road 1733), also b e ing in the line of the Hayworth Estate (See Plat Book 21, Page 129 of the Davidson County Regi s try), the same being South 83 degrees 04 minutes 33 seconds West 181.69 feet from the c o m mon corner of the Hayworth Estate, Donald P. Carroll et ux., and the southern margin of Georgetown Road; thence from said point of B E GINNING, North 00 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds West 281.39 feet to an iron pin in the line o f Grantor as described above, being New Lot 6 a s shown on survey prepared by Abbotts Creek Surveying, entitled “Plat of Survey for Donald Carroll,“ Drawing No. 971231DC, dated 1/5/98, t o which reference is hereby had. This description also describes all of Lot 6 of the plat entitled “ D o nald Carroll“ recorded in Plat Book 28, Page 4 i n the Office of the Register of Deeds for Davidson County, North Carolina. Present record owners: Joseph Steven Elmore and Vicki Elmore Should the property be purchased by a third party, that person must pay the tax of Forty-Five Cents ($0.45) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) required by NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). A deposit of five (5) percent of the purchase price, or seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, is required in cash or certified funds of the highest bidder at the time of the sale. This property is being offered for sale “AS IS, WHERE IS“ and subject to any unpaid taxes and special assessments, and easements, rights of way and restrictions of record and any other prior encumbrances not subordinated, including any transfer tax associated with the foreclosure, if any. Neither the Trustee nor the holder of the Note and Deed of Trust being foreclosed, nor the officers, directors, attorneys, employees, agents or authorized representatives of either the Trustee or holder of the Note make any representation or warranty relating to the title or physical, environmental, health or safety conditions existing in, on, at or relating to the property being offered for sale, and any and all responsibilities or liabilities arising out of or in any way relating to any such condition are expressly disclaimed. In accordance with law the highest bid will remain open for a period of ten (10) days after a report of sale or notice of upset bid, during which time an upset bid may be filed with the Clerk of Superior Court. An order for possession of the property may be issued pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in favor of the purchaser and against the party or parties in possession by the clerk of superior court of the county in which the property is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered into or renewed on or after October 1, 2007, may, after receiving the notice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days’ written notice to the landlord. Upon termination of a rental agreement, the tenant is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the effective date of the termination. If the trustee is unable to convey title to this property for any reason, the sole remedy of the purchaser is the return of the deposit. This the 28th day of October, 2009. DAVID L. CECIL, Trustee, PO Box 5666, High Point, NC 27262, Ph: (336) 883-8383 November 17 & 24, 2009


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An elderly Lexington man is in jail for committing sex offenses against his daughter and granddaughter. Niles Lee Tysinger, 61, of 124 Riverwood Road, is charged with eight counts of indecent liberties with a child in connection to two separate instances that occurred more than two decades apart. According to a press release from the Davidson

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A Colfax man is facing nearly 60 counts of embezzlement for stealing from his former employer’s business. Ralph Timothy Lamb, 42, of 8525 Farrington Road in Colfax, is charged with 58 counts of felony embezzlement after an investigation by Davidson County Sheriff ’s Office detectives allege he stole from Radiohead 2

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tained for Lamb for three counts of felony embezzlement. Lamb turned himself into police two days later and was placed in the Davidson County Jail. Further investigation led to 55 additional counts of felony embezzlement. Detectives managed to recover some of the embezzled property. Lamb was issued a $200,000 secured bond and is scheduled to appear in court on Dec. 14.

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Colfax man faces embezzlement charges

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ered that between May 22, 2009 and Oct. 22, 2009, the 10-year-old also was the victim of sexual offenses on two separate occasions. Tysinger is the victim’s father and grandfather, respectively. Tysinger turned himself into police on Thursday and was placed in the Davidson County Jail. He was issued a $75,000 secured bond and is scheduled to appear in court on Dec. 14.

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