GRADUATES APLENTY INSIDE TODAY 2010 HERALD GRADUATION EDITION Featuring photos of graduates from the high schools of Lee County and beyond • Section C
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Ofﬁcials defend HAVEN request Domestic abuse shelter director says group would lose grants if it asked for green cards By BILLY BALL email@example.com
SANFORD — Local leaders came to the defense Friday of one area nonprofit seeking county assistance, a day after a Lee County commissioner questioned its spending
McDONALD’S PULLS GLASSES FOR LEAD
Cadmium has been discovered in the painted design on “Shrek”-themed drinking glasses being sold nationwide at McDonald’s, forcing the burger giant to recall 12 million of the cheap U.S.-made collectibles while dramatically expanding contamination concerns about the toxic metal beyond imported children’s jewelry
practices and its extension of services to include some illegal immigrants. The conversation centered around HAVEN, or Helping Abuse and Violence End Now, a Sanford nonprofit that provides various services for victims of domestic abuse
and sexual assault. Commissioner Linda Shook criticized the nonprofit for not spending the maximum money it was alotted under one Lee County Department of Social Services
See HAVEN, Page 7A
“As somebody with taxing authority and the ability to hand out taxpayer dollars, I feel very strong ... that if you are not here legally, you are not eligible for taxpayer benefits” — Linda Shook — Lee County Commissioner
LEE CHRISTIAN GRADUATION
Senate hopeful stops by Dairy Bar
GULF OIL SPILL
Facing uphill climb in runoff, Cal Cunningham charms voters in Sanford By ALEXA MILAN firstname.lastname@example.org
OBAMA: NATION MUST KICK OIL ADDICTION
President Barack Obama pressed Congress to scrap billions in oil company tax breaks and pass legislation to help the nation kick a dangerous “fossil fuel addiction” Wednesday, trying to channel disgust over the worsening oil disaster into a force for clean energy Page 8A
ECONOMY Above, graduates and parents take a moment to pray during Lee Christian School Graduation Commencent Ceremony on Friday evening. At left, Kristin JaQuel Chesney smiles as she receives her diploma. For more photos from the event, turn to Page 5A.
PRIVATE EMPLOYERS HOLD BACK ON HIRING A swell in temporary government hiring for the census drove almost all the job market’s gains last month — a huge disappointment to Wall Street and a sign that private employers aren’t yet confident enough in the recovery to start adding workers with gusto Page 10A
STATE GULF OIL MAY MAKE ITS WAY TO OUTER BANKS
Oil from the Gulf of Mexico spill will eventually slide up the East Coast, scientists say Page 7A
Vol. 80, No. 131 Serving Lee, Chatham, Harnett and Moore counties in the heart of North Carolina
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SANFORD — Democratic senatorial candidate Cal Cunningham paid a visit to Fairview Dairy Bar on Friday morning to discuss his platform and receive feedback from voters. Cunningham has been traveling the state to build support for the June 22 runoff election against North Carolina Secretary of State Elaine Marshall. Marshall landed ahead of Cunningham in the primary 36 percent to 27 percent, but it wasn’t enough Cunningham to avoid a runoff. “We’ve campaigned very hard, traversed this state, talked to voters and are now dead even with (Marshall),” Cunningham said. As customers dined, Cunningham circulated around the restaurant and stopped by each table to speak with voters. “I told him it goes a long
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Nonprofits look to bring bookstore to Sanford
Carolyn Spivey & Lyn Hankins
HAPPENING TODAY n Handcrafted wood and
metalwork will be on the block at the 10th annual Central Carolina Community College Foundation Furniture Auction. Viewing starts at 11 a.m. in the multipurpose room of the Miriello Building at the college’s Harnett County Campus
This week, we Take 5 with Carolyn Spivey and Lyn Hankins, the executive directors, respectively, of the Coalition for Families in Lee County and the Lee County Partnership for Children. The two non-profit agencies are exploring the possibility of opening a nonprofit bookstore in downtown Sanford.
: What purpose would a non-profit used bookstore have in Sanford?
: There currently is no free-standing bookstore in Sanford, and most stores that offer books have a limited selection. We will offer extensive categories of “gently used” books for all age readers, from
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young children to senior adults, at an affordable price. We are exploring downtown options for space and expect the bookstore to complement the downtown revitalization. We have a group of interested persons — an advisory committee — that has been looking
See Take 5, Page 6A
More Weather, Page 10A
Sanford: Walter Lanier, 73; Doris Rosser, 88 Cameron: Elmer Street, 73 Greensboro: Vera Lentz
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On the Agenda Rundown of local meetings in the area:
MONDAY n The Lee County Board of Commissioners will meet at 3 p.m. at the Lee County Government Center in Sanford. n The Chatham County Board of Commissioners will meet at 9 a.m. at the Dunlap Classroom, 80C East St., Pittsboro. The Chatham County Board of Education has been invited to join Commissioners during the work session. n The Harnett County Board of Commissioners will meet at 9 a.m. in Lillington. n The Moore County Board of Commissioners will meet at 5 p.m. at the Historic Courthouse in Carthage. n The Chatham County Board of Education will meet at 6:30 p.m. at the Central Office Board Room in Pittsboro. n The Pittsboro Planning Board will meet at 7 p.m. at Town Hall in Pittsboro. n The Siler City Town Board will meet at 7 p.m. at Siler City Town Hall in Siler City. n The Harnett County Board of Education will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Lillington Education Center in Lillington.
Birthdays LOCAL: Best wishes are extended to everyone celebrating a birthday today, especially R.V. Hight, Walker Lynn Oldham, Andre Antonio Petty, Joshua Alik Le’Samuel Ridges, Estelle Wilson, Frances Scott Webster, Madison Elizabeth Farmer, Davis Charles Wilson, Karen Michelle Chavez, Benita McGilvary, Johnnie Frye, Spencer A. Knotts, Chelsea Lauren Bullard and Leticia Richardson. CELEBRITIES: Actor-singer Bill Hayes is 85. Broadcast journalist Bill Moyers is 76. Author Margaret Drabble is 71. Country singer Don Reid (The Statler Brothers) is 65. Rock musician Fred Stone (Sly and the Family Stone) is 64. Rock singer Laurie Anderson is 63. Country singer Gail Davies is 62. Author Ken Follett is 61. Dr. Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Joe Biden, is 59. Rock musician Nicko McBrain (Iron Maiden) is 58. Jazz musician Kenny G is 54. Rock singer Richard Butler (Psychedelic Furs) is 54. Actor Jeff Garlin is 48. Actress Karen Sillas is 47. Actor Ron Livingston is 43. Singer Brian McKnight is 41. Actor Mark Wahlberg is 39. Actor Chad Allen is 36.
Almanac Today is Saturday, June 5, the 156th day of 2010. There are 209 days left in the year.
COMMUNITY CALENDAR ONGOING n Want to get into mountain biking, but don’t know where to start? There will be a free mountain biking clinic offered the last Saturday of each month at San-Lee Park. For more details call 776-6221. n Central Fire Station at 512 Hawkins Avenue will check car seats between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. each Saturday. Appointments are required. Contact Krista at 775-8310 by 5 p.m. Wednesday to schedule an appointment for the following Saturday. Child must be present for seat to be checked, unless mother is expecting. n Sanford Farmers Market will be held from 9 a.m. to 12 noon every Saturday from May through October.
FACES & PLACES
TODAY n Local farmers will be selling their fresh products from 9 a.m. to noon at Deport Park in downtown Sanford as part of the weekly Sanford Farmer’s Market. To get involved or to learn more, e-mail David Montgomery at email@example.com. n The Lee County American Red Cross will offer a Lay Responder CPR for Adult, Child and Infant, includes AED and First Aid, class from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call (919) 774-6857 to register. n More than 100 pieces of handcrafted wood and metalwork — including lawn furniture, chests, jewelry boxes, grills, yard decorations and other items — are on the block at the 10 annual Central Carolina Community College Foundation Furniture Auction. Viewing starts at 11 a.m. in the multipurpose room of the Miriello Building at the college’s Harnett County Campus, located at 1075 E. Cornelius Harnett Blvd. Bidding begins at noon. n Celebrate National Trails Day at the dedication ceremony of the Chatham County segment of the American Tobacco Trail, set for 10 a.m. at the Pittard Sears Trail Crossing on Pittard Sears Road. The ceremony is hosted by the Town of Cary, Chatham County, N.C. Department of Transportation, Wake County, North Carolina Horse Council and Triangle Rails-to-Trails Conservancy and will include refreshments, bike decorating and educational booths with information on all elements of the trail.
SUNDAY n The Calvary Education Center graduation will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Calvary Education Center in Lemon Springs.
MONDAY n The Sanford Area Chamber of Commerce’s monthly “Public Policy” luncheon will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Chef Paul’s in Sanford. Guest speaker will be Jon Parsons, executive director of Sustainable Sandhills to talk about how small businesses can save money by going “green.” For more information, call 775-7341 or visit www. sanford-nc.com.
If you have a calendar item you would like to add or if you have a feature story idea, contact The Herald by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (919) 718-1225. $5 per person (and food to share at intermission). Ages 50-plus (couples and singles) and younger guests welcome. The Bill Pollard Band (Back Porch Country) will play. Extras include Shirley Buchanan teaching a line dance and a 50-50 drawing and free dance pass drawing for those with 50-50 tickets. The sponsor is Jimmy Haire Photography.
THURSDAY n The Southern Lee High School graduation will be held at 7:30 p.m. at Southern Lee High School in Sanford. n The Chatham County Center and North Carolina Cooperative Extension will offer a “Putting Food UP” Home food preservation class from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The workshop will be held at the Chatham County Extension Center at 45 South St. in Pittsboro. For the $20 cost per participant/$25 per couple, participants will receive a Ball Blue Book, a CD with the USDA Home Canning Guide and a light meal. Registration is required by 5 p.m. on Monday, June 7th. For more information, call 542-8202.
n The Lee County High School graduation will be held at 7:30 p.m. at McCracken Field in Sanford. n The Northwood High School graduation will be held at 1:30 p.m. at the Smith Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. n The North Moore High School graduation will be held at 7 p.m. at the high school’s football field in Robbins. n The Overhills High School graduation will be held at 7:30 p.m. at Campbell University.
n The San-Lee Dancers return on a new night — Tuesday at the Enrichment Center, 1615 S. Third St., from 6-9 p.m. The cost is
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n Public workshop on public transportation in Lee County will be held from 10 to 11:30 a.m. or 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center, 1801 Nash St., Sanford. For a free ride to the workshop, call 776-7201. Refreshments will be provided. The County of Lee Transit System (COLTS) invites you to attend a community forum to discuss your public transportation needs. The plan will guide transit strategies and decisions for the next five years. Two identical workshops have been scheduled for your convenience.
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n The Union Pines High School graduation will be held at 8 a.m. at Woodrow Wilhoit Stadium at the school. n The Pinecrest High School graduation will be held at 8 a.m. at the high school’s football field in Southern Pines. n The Jordan-Matthews High School graduation will be held at 10 a.m. at the school’s football stadium in Siler City. n The Triton High School graduation will be held at 10 a.m. at Campbell University. n The Western Harnett High School graduation will be held at 2 p.m. at Campbell University. n The Harnett Central High School graduation will be held at 6 p.m. at Campbell University. n The Chatham Central High School graduation will be held at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium in Bear Creek. n Local farmers will be selling their fresh products from 9 a.m. to noon at Deport Park in downtown Sanford as part of the weekly Sanford Farmer’s Market. To get involved or to learn more, e-mail David Montgomery at email@example.com.
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This photo’s caption, which was published Friday as part of a photo essay on Grace Christian School’s graduation, should have identified Vanessa McDougald as the mother of Xavier Jamal McDougald (right). Cynthia McDouglad is Xavier’s stepmother.
Listen to The Rant This day in history: On June 5, 1968, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated in Los Angeles’ Ambassador Hotel after claiming victory in California’s Democratic presidential primary. Gunman Sirhan Bishara Sirhan was immediately arrested. In 1884, Civil War hero General William T. Sherman refused the Republican presidential nomination, saying, “I will not accept if nominated and will not serve if elected.” In 1910, author William Sydney Porter, who’d written short stories under the pen name “O. Henry,” died in New York at 47. In 1916, the Arab Revolt against Turkish Ottoman rule began during World War I. In 1933, the United States went off the gold standard. In 1940, during the World War II Battle of France, Germany attacked French forces along the Somme line. In 1947, Secretary of State George C. Marshall gave a speech at Harvard University in which he outlined an aid program for Europe that came to be known as The Marshall Plan. In 1950, the U.S. Supreme Court, in Henderson v. United States, struck down racially segregated railroad dining cars. In 1967, war erupted in the Mideast as Israel raided military aircraft parked on the ground in Egypt; Syria, Jordan and Iraq entered the conflict.
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Officials seek vintage videos of courthouse
PITTSBORO â€” Chatham County is in the very early stages of developing plans for a short documentary about the Historic County Courthouse, which would include a focus on the history of the building, its rebuilding and a few key events that happened at the courthouse. As part of this effort, the county asks residents for help in locating any existing video footage of events that might have happened, such as major trials, rallies, marches, parades, speeches by famous leaders or other significant events. â€œWe hope to capture the important role the courthouse has played in our history,â€? said Commissioner Chair Sally Kost. â€œIt is a beautiful building at the heart of the county, but it also has been a place where key events have impacted a diverse spectrum of our population.â€? Kost said that the county needs both exterior and interior footage, including architectural elements. â€œWe also can use photographs that are in very good condition, but we especially need any video thatâ€™s out there.â€? Please contact Debra Henzey at 542-8258 or Lisa West at 545-8483 if you have access to any relevant footage or photographs that could be loaned and duplicated. â€” From staff reports
Workshop planned on gas exploration
SANFORD â€” Gas exploration companies have stirred up excitement in the community with promises of easy money. However, before you sign a lease, you need to learn more about natural gas, its extraction, and protecting your interests. Did you know that a lease presented by a company can be a starting point for ne-
gotiations? By successfully negotiating a lease, you can create a winning agreement for you and your land. The N.C. Cooperative Extension will be hosting the workshop â€œNatural Gas Exploration: What You Need to Knowâ€?, with guest speakers Jim Simon, Dr. Jeff Reid, and Dr. Kenneth Taylor with the NC Geological Survey, NCDENR, and Ted Feitshans, NCSU Extension Specialist in the Agricultural and Resource Economics Department. The program will be held from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, June 16, at the McSwain Center. This is the only workshop on natural gas that will be hosted by Cooperative Extension in June. Learn how natural gas is formed, the methods of extraction, and how to protect your interests when signing a lease with an exploration company. The class is free, however pre-registration is required. Call 775-5624 to register. â€” From staff reports
Plea entered in 2007 slaying CARTHAGE (MCT) â€” One of the men accused of killing 11-year-old Emily Haddock in 2007 agreed to a plea bargain Thursday afternoon in Moore County Superior Court while another decided to go to trial. Sherrod Nicholas Harrison, 22, was facing a possible death penalty. He pleaded guilty to being an accessory after the fact of first-degree murder. As part of the plea deal, Harrison agreed to testify against his four co-defendants if called by the state. Judge James Webb sentenced Harrison to a minimum term of seven years, nine months and 10 years, one month maximum. Harrison already has served two years, eight months. In a bizarre courtroom twist, co-defendant Michael Graham Currie, 21, had been expected to enter a plea to a first-degree-murder charge. But Currie ap-
said to the Moore County sheriffâ€™s deputies who had escorted him in. Webb set Currieâ€™s capital trial for Aug. 10. Friends and family of Emily Haddock, a group of about two dozen, sat solemn-faced, off to one side of the courtroom. Investigators have cited Currie as the ringleader in a botched break-in on Sept. 21, 2007, at Emilyâ€™s home near Cameron. The men kicked in the door, intending to burglarize the double-wide mobile home. Instead, they were surprised to find the girl, who was home with strep throat. When the intruders found Emily in the house, deputies have said, one of them shot her once in the mouth and once in the head. Her grandfather found her body later that day. While outlining what would have been evidence in the case to support the
plea, District Attorney Maureen Krueger cited Currie as the ringleader. â€œMr. Currie, by all accounts, was the shooter,â€? she told the judge. Afterward, Haddockâ€™s family declined to comment. One member of the group could be seen hugging a law officer as she left the courtroom. Michael Harrison, Sherrodâ€™s father, was angry about the sentence his son received. â€œHe had to take a plea bargain just to save his life when they have no damn evidence,â€? he said. â€œNo physical evidence tying him to (the murder).â€? Buzzard and Morris could not be reached for comment. Jon Silverman, lead lawyer for Harrison, also declined to comment. following the court hearing. â€œWhat happened in the courtroom is what happened,â€? Silverman said.
â€” The Fayetteville Observer
Progress Energy requests rate decrease for 2011 RALEIGH â€” For the second straight year, Progress Energy Carolinas filed a request Friday to lower the rates paid by its N.C. customers. If approved by the N.C. Utilities Commission, the change will save a typical household nearly $50 next year, the company said. The rate request has three main parts: a decrease in the monthly amount customers are charged for fuels used to generate electricity ($5.60 reduction on a residential 1,000-kilowatt-hour bill); an increase of $1.53 in the monthly charge used to pay for energy efficiency and demand-side management programs; and a decrease of 5 cents a month in the charge for renewable energy. The net impact of the three filings is a monthly reduction of $4.12 on a 1,000-kWh residential bill. â€” From staff reports
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way with me that someone would ask for my vote, and he was very knowledgeable about whatâ€™s going on with banking,â€? Lee County Commissioner and Fairview Dairy Bar patron Jamie Kelly said. â€œI think heâ€™s got a good shot.â€? Cunningham said the primary focus of his campaign is on the economy and how to create jobs. â€œI want to revise and reform trade deals that cost places like Lee County a lot of manufacturing jobs,â€? Cunningham said. As an Iraq War veteran, Cunningham said it is also important to him to take care of veterans and military families. Cunningham served as a captain in the U.S. Army Reserves and was a lead military
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peared to change his mind during the proceeding. â€œDo you understand that you are pleading guilty to first-degree murder,â€? Webb asked Currie, â€œand that the maximum punishment for that is death? Do you now personally plead guilty to the charge I just described?â€? â€œNo,â€? Currie said softly. â€œYou are not pleading guilty?â€? Webb asked. â€œNo.â€? â€œDo you consider it to be in your best interest to plead guilty to the charge I just described?â€? the judge added. â€œDo you want to consult with your lawyers?â€? Currie could then be seen shaking his head as he conferred with his defense lawyers, Tony Buzzard and Tim Morris. Buzzard said Currie rejected the plea deal, choosing instead to take his case to trial. â€œYou may return him to the county jail,â€? Webb
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Early voting in runoff surprisingly heavy Early voting for the runoff senatorial election between Cal Cunningham and Elaine Marshall began Thursday, and more voters went to the polls than expected. â€œI think itâ€™s going to be low numbers,â€? Nancy Kimble of the Lee County Board of Elections said. â€œThe 30 voters (Thursday) was very surprising.â€? Early voting is open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday at the Lee County Board of Elections Office at 225 S. Steele St. The office will also be open for early voting Saturday, June 19, from 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
prosecutor. â€œNot only does he have a good sense of national security, but heâ€™s been there,â€? said Randall Stagner, director of Veterans and Family Members for Cal Cunningham. â€œHe knows what itâ€™s like to be on a battlefield. He knows what itâ€™s like to be shot at. He knows what itâ€™s like to lose friends.â€?
Other key points of Cunninghamâ€™s campaign include protecting teaching jobs and strengthening North Carolina schools. At the Dairy Bar, Cunningham talked to voters about everything from how he would ensure the care of special needs children to how he plans to address the needs of small businesses.
â€œIâ€™ve heard a lot of stories from people who have lost their jobs and are looking for answers about how weâ€™ll address that,â€? Cunningham said. â€œIt speaks volumes about how this economy takes people who were just getting by and knocks them flat on the ground.â€? Cunningham said itâ€™s important to meet voters because in addition to spreading his message to them, listening to votersâ€™ stories and feedback indicates what issues matter most to them. â€œThis is what campaigning is all about,â€? Cunningham said. â€œThis is what democracy is all about. The public expects to get to know its candidates.â€?
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Editorial Board: Bill Horner III, Publisher • Billy Liggett, Editor • R.V. Hight, Special Projects Editor
Governor’s new transportation proposal The View The stance: It would be better to use the Highway Trust Fund as the state’s major transportation funding mechanism but give the Board of Transportation authority to target funds to the most urgent projects, regardless of location.
May 27 News & Record of Greensboro
ov. Bev Perdue’s administration keeps working on new ideas to meet state transportation needs. Some are better than others. The latest proposal calls for creating a Mobility Fund, a pool of money to pay for big maintenance projects — such as replacing the Yadkin River bridges on I-85 — and even city road work. It would tap some of the revenue currently diverted from the state’s Highway Trust Fund to the General Fund and raise some taxes, including the motor vehicle registration fee.
‘The biggest question, though, is why create a Mobility Fund when the state already has a Highway Trust Fund?’ This is a poor economic environment for raising taxes, although even fiscal conservatives must acknowledge the long-term problem with relying so heavily on the motor-fuels tax for transportation needs. People keep driving more fuel-efficient vehicles and paying less tax, while highway construction and maintenance costs are not decreasing.
The bigger question, though, is why create a Mobility Fund when the state already has a Highway Trust Fund? The easy answer is that the Highway Trust Fund isn’t adequately meeting the state’s transportation needs, but that should be addressed by correcting its problems, not coming up with a new entity that supposedly would exist within the Highway Trust Fund but operate separately. The state can’t deal with its top maintenance priority, the Yadkin River bridges, because of the politically motivated Equity Formula that governs the spending of Highway Trust Fund dollars. Money has to be doled out evenly
across the state, no matter where it’s needed most. That doesn’t allow for an allocation of $300 million in one location, even on a major artery like I-85. Perdue has had to think creatively to get started on the Yadkin River project, borrowing against future federal appropriations for the first phase. It would be better to use the Highway Trust Fund as the state’s major transportation funding mechanism but give the Board of Transportation authority to target funds to the most urgent projects, regardless of location. The legislature should put politics aside to make that happen — an idea travelers could support.
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Tea Party’s bluff
’m done trying to hack through the tea party thicket of self-contradiction, self-delusion and self-serving positions. My last straw is Rand Paul, a tea party favorite and now Republican nominee for senator from Kentucky. What damns Paul wasn’t the flap over his views on the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Presumably, Paul isn’t a racist. He’s just a privileged white guy — a doctor and son of 11-term congressman Ron Paul — who lacks feeling for America’s tragic history of racism. What makes Rand Paul so exasperating is his crashing hypocrisy on Medicare. The hero to the cause of smaller government and balanced budgets also vows not to touch Medicare — the biggest and fastest-growing expense on the federal balance sheet. Rand’s compromised stance reflects the political necessity of keeping the tea party people happy. The group is heavy with older folk, who have carefully drawn a line of self-interest around the king of government entitlements, Medicare. Here’s a sample view from a leader of the Rhode Island tea party: “We understand that the federal government cannot take $500 billion out of Medicare and provide the same medical services to our elderly, all the while offering health care to 30 million new people, without a vast increase in the number of providers, the imposition of massive new taxes and/or the rationing of care.” Where does one start? First off, the new health care legislation does not cut a single guaranteed Medicare benefit. It actually expands the offerings to include screening services and closing the drug-benefit doughnut hole. The savings come largely from ending overpayments to the private Medicare Advantage plans. As for “the massive new taxes,” would the tea party folk please tell us where they are? While they’re looking, the public should note that money for the new health care legislation is honestly allocated. That can’t be said of the Republicans’ 2003 Medicare drug benefit — a corporate bonanza for which not a penny was funded. Our tea party spokeswoman goes on to claim that, in any case, “we paid” for Medicare. Oh, really? It happens that Medicare payroll taxes provide 40 percent of the program’s funding and premiums another 12 percent. The remaining 39 percent comes from general revenues (mostly income taxes). Much of the payroll and income taxes are born by people who won’t live long enough to collect benefits themselves. And given the spiraling costs of the program, today’s young taxpayers will never see the level of benefits that they are now subsidizing. ... My question to the tea party’s lovers of liberty: If you really think you’ve paid for Medicare and hate big government, why don’t you demand that this expensive program be ended?
Public service privilege
he recent high profile political scandals in North Carolina get under our skin, don’t they? One reason they disturb us so much is that we are proud of our state’s good government tradition. We have never been perfect. But, generally speaking, we are blessed at both the local and state level with a core of civil servants who serve with professionalism and unselfishness. D.G. Martin It could be different, as it is in some other One on One states where corruption and unprofessionalD.G. Martin is host of UNC-TV’s ism are the rule rather than the exception, as North Carolina Bookwatch it is in our state. Some people give credit to North Caroliyears ago, as one of those interns I got a dose na’s good traditions in local government adof his quiet enthusiasm for public service ministration to Donald Hayman, who died a and his demand for unselfish professionalfew days ago not long after his 91st birthday. Maybe you remember some things I wrote ism. Since his death I have tried to put in a few about Dr. Hayman a year or two ago when I words about how this quiet modest man left was celebrating some good people that Kansuch a strong and positive impression on his sas had shared with North Carolina. students. Back then I wrote, “Sixty years ago, a His example was critical. Always well preyoung Kansan moved to North Carolina to pared, he was still careful to listen with real teach public law and government at the respect to what others brought to the table. I Institute of Government in Chapel Hill. His learned that he “exhorted” his MPA students specialty was personnel administration, but to be “clear, concise, and free of ambiguity” his colleagues called on him for many other in all their communications. important tasks. Shortly after his arrival, His students learned the his study of the financial skills of public administrasoundness of the state and tion as well as the imporlocal governments’ pentance of competence, tact, ‘His students learned sion systems prompted and non-partisanship. revisions that still guide the skills of public There is something retirement plans for govadministration as well more that is harder to ernment employees. as the importance describe. Dr. Hayman’s “Within a few years, of competence, tact, students (including those he was deeply involved in summer interns) came to and non-partianship.’ the Institute’s programs to understand it was a privieducate, train and serve lege to serve the public and the professional managers that such service was both of North Carolina’s couna heavy responsibility and ties and municipalities. The modest Hayman its own reward. became the godfather of thousands of North Underneath it all was the recognition Carolina’s public servants. He quietly encourthat dishonesty, private gain, or betrayals of aged them to follow his example of profespublic trust were unpardonable, unspeaksionalism and service. able sins. “As a result, North Carolina’s citizens are Dr. Hayman’s death is a good time to the beneficiaries of a corps of high-level pubremember that the civic virtues his students lic servants who can trace their professional brought to public life in North Carolina standards to Donald Hayman’s inspiration. are treasures to celebrate, to renew, and to Although many of the men and women that protect. Hayman trained are now retired, they have passed on his legacy to their successors.” D.G. Martin is the author of “Interstate EatAbout the time I wrote about Dr. Hayman, eries,” a guide to family owned homecooking UNC-Chapel Hill’s School of Government (successor to the Institute) honored him with restaurants near North Carolina’s interstate highways www.interstateeateries.com the MPA (Master of Public Administration) Alumni Distinguished Public Service Award and named the award for him. At the ceremony, former students called him the “father of sound public personnel administration” Then the shepherds returned, glorifying and the “father of professional local governand praising God for all ... they had heard ment” in North Carolina. and seen. (Luke 2:20) For many years Dr. Hayman also led a PRAYER: Thank You, Father, for Your love, state government internship program for mercy and grace. Amen. North Carolina college students. Forty-five
On the contrary, it is not time to sing “Kum-ba-ya” in regards to LCHS renovations. It is time to hold the commissioners’ feet to the fire. What started out as a $19 million renovation is now much higher. It’s time to tell them you made the commitment, you signed the contract at a certain price, and you better stick with it. Don’t come back asking for more money because you’re not going to get it. Unfortunately, we’ve seen time and time again they don’t respect our opinions; they don’t care if we are barely making it out here, and they will take from us if they want to. Now let me repeat this again like I have so many times: If you don’t keep quality teachers in the classroom, and you believe a building makes all the difference in test scores and graduation rates, you are setting our school system up for failure. A good analogy for this is building a 5,000 sq. ft home, but not having the refrigerator. The home is nice. But a necessity is the refrigerator. I can live there but if I have no food or nowhere to safely store it, I won’t survive. Sure you might get people to move here, but can you keep them here? A building is not what makes our kids successful. The laptop initiative for middle school kids doesn’t make them successful. It helps. But if they don’t know how to read, write, and add/subtract, no building, no techie gadget, etc., will propel them in life. Citizens, I heard it straight from a BOE member last week that he doesn’t mind taking money from the state level because it didn’t come from the local budget. When our own elected officials are so blind to the fact that government doesn’t have money unless they take it from me and you, we’re in trouble. This type of thinking is “progressive” and dangerous. And makes me furious! Especially when the board member is a member of the GOP. So, Mr. Editor, I say to you, as well, we don’t need to show up at a groundbreaking ceremony to show our students we love and support them. We need to show the parents in this community we care about them. We care that they are struggling. We care by not hitting them with higher taxes. We care that they live in safe neighborhoods and that the kids have a safe place to go when the school’s doors are locked. We care that parents can take care of their families. And that it is not government’s responsibility to do everything for us. What a concept: Empowering individuals! That’s something we could sing about.
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LEE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL GRADUATION • PHOTOS BY WESLEY BEESON
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Robert Louis Sandidge, Jr. smiles as he receives his diploma.
Becky Shank takes pictures of Josh Miller (center) with her mother Angie Miller (left) and her father Steve Miller (right).
Valedictoria Anne Smith addresses classmates at the ceremony on Friday evening.
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with us at the feasibility of this venture. Collectively, we have talked with many local residents who are enthusiastically supportive of the idea. We have visited other used bookstores in Moore, Wake, and Orange counties to learn from their experiences â€“ what has contributed to their successes and what have been their challenges, identifying key issues in advance to map out our priorities and concerns. Specifically here in Sanford, we hope to fulfill a need for a retail outlet for affordable book purchasing and generate dollars to supplement current funding for our non-profit organizations, which provide vital services for children and families of our community.
: How would the Coalition for Families and the Lee County PFC benefit from its creation?
: Our organizations have similar missions, that is, supporting children and families to reach their full potential â€“ thus enriching their
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: How do you envision the storeâ€™s operation? For example, how would the books be gathered? How would the store be staffed?
: As stated earlier, we envision the bookstore to be located in the downtown area of Sanford with hours of operation similar to downtown businesses, but flexible if community feedback indicates other needs. We will rely on the generosity of local citizens to donate books from their overflowing home libraries or boxes stored in the garage or attic. As a non-profit, receipts will be provided for book donations for donor tax reporting, if requested. Drop-off hours will be advertised and posted for donorsâ€™ convenience. The bookstore will also rely heavily on volunteers who offer their time and/or talents to perform various tasks, i.e., building bookshelves, receiving and sorting books, serving as store clerk, pricing books, shelving, etc. We hope the volunteers will keep the need for employees to a minimum, thus keeping overhead costs down. Our most challenging need currently is to secure start-up dollars needed to purchase or build shelving, pay utility deposits, storage signage, and operational expenses for the first few months. An opening date will be announced, hopefully to be set for early fall.
: The LCPFC is already involved in Dolly Partonâ€™s â€œImagination Library.â€? How would this program and the used bookstore complement each other?
: As community sponsor of the Dolly Parton Imagination Library, LCPFC continues to register young children (birth to age 5) who receive a free book monthly by mail from the Dollywood Foundation. The goal is to get quality literature in the hands of children and parents at an early age, to encourage parents to read and interact through lan-
guage with their children, and to develop positive attitudes toward reading at an early age when the foundation for learning is established. To date, nearly 1,100 children have been served with 850 currently receiving their monthly free book at no cost to the families. To sustain this program, LCPFC depends on local support through fundraising and generous donors. Currently, the annual cost to serve the program participants is approximately $25,000. As a partner in the used bookstore venture, LCPFC plans to use dollars generated through book sales to supplement the funding for this literacy program. Again, both activities support development of early literacy â€” an essential to success and quality of life for our young and future citizens.
: How can people get involved?
: As stated earlier, we will rely heavily on volunteers to ensure the success of this venture. Interested persons can complete an interest survey by going to www.surveymonkey. com/s/p7z8vhl or drop by the LCPFC office at 143 Chatham St. to respond via hard copy. There are multiple tasks for which volunteers will be needed, i.e., donation of books, funds or materials for start-up, professional services; preparation for opening/ building/installing shelving, organizing books by category, publicizing through distribution of printed materials, speaking to a group, and word-of-mouth. After opening, volunteers will be needed to serve as sales persons in the store, coordinate volunteer schedules, organize and shelve books, and tasks related to operating a storefront business. The more volunteers we have, the lower the overhead costs will be, which will generate more dollars to support the services provided by LCPFC and Coalition for Families. For more information or suggestions, contact us â€“ Carolyn Spivey at 774-8144, ext. 201, or Lyn Hankins or Celeste Hurtig at 774-9496.
Obituaries Walter Lanier SANFORD â€” Walter C. Lanier, 73, died Friday (6/4/10) at Central Carolina Hospital. Arrangements will be announced by BridgesCameron Funeral Home.
Doris Rosser SANFORD â€” Funeral service for Doris Thomas Rosser, 88, who died Monday (5/31/10), was conducted Thursday at the Sanford Church of God with the Rev. David Kimbrell and Dr. John Hedgepeth officiating. Eulogy was by her granddaughter, Jenna Hilton. Pianist was Britton Altman. Organist was Anita Leggette. Soloist was Da-
vid Culbreth. The Sanford Church of God Choir and soloist, Anthony Dyson, sang. Burial was held Friday at Shallow Well Cemetery with the Rev. David Kimbrell officiating. Pallbearers were Clifford Coleman Jr., Ronnie Gaines, Greg Hall, Chad Mathis, Tim Mercer and Jason Wellons. Arrangements were by Bridges-Cameron Funeral Home.
Elmer Street CAMERON â€” Elmer Street, 73, of 18832 Hwy. 27 West, died Wednesday (6/2/10) at his residence. Arrangements will be announced by Knotts Funeral Home of Sanford.
Vera Broughton Lentz GREENSBORO â€” Vera Mae Broughton Lentz passed away on Tuesday, June 1, 2010, in Fort Walton Beach, Fla. The funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, June 8, 2010, at First Lutheran Church, 3600 W. Friendly Ave., Greensboro. Burial will follow in Westminster Gardens. The only child of Ella Dean Lentz Spencer Broughton and William Oscar Broughton, Vera was born in Pamlico County on March 20, 1915. Vera, the quintessential southern lady, was raised on a farm and graduated valedictorian from Stonewall High School at age 14. She attended East Carolina College where she earned an A.B. Degree in English and French at 18 years of age. She went on to receive her masterâ€™s degree in Counseling from UNC at Chapel Hill and the first to receive a Ph.D. in Psychology and Counseling from Pamlico County. During World War II, she worked for the U.S. Civil Service; however, most of her career was spent in the education field where she was a high school teacher, typing teacher, gifted teacher, elementary school teacher, college professor, secretary for Soil Conservation, girlsâ€™ athletic coach, Director of Counseling in Sanford City Schools, Director of Psychological Services in Greensboro Public Schools. She was a Delta Kappa Gamma member where she served as president of the Sanford Unit in North Carolina for 30 years, a Phi Delta Kappa member, a Life member of NEA and NCEA, Chairman of Christian Education Committee, Adult Sunday School Teacher, church council member and Womenâ€™s Ministry leader. She and her husband John traveled around the world on retirement. She was a member of First Lutheran Church in Greensboro for 38 years and attended Covenant Community Church in Fort Walton Beach, Fla. for the last six years. Everyone who met Mrs. Lentz was touched by her humility, wisdom and grace. Mrs. Lentz is survived by her son William Jeremiah Lentz and his wife Addie Abercrombie, daughter, Mary Lentz Strock and husband, Robert D. Strock, Jr., and three grandchildren, William Alexander Lentz, John Eric Lentz and Leslie Mae Strock. Arrangements are with Hanes-Lineberry Funeral home. Online condolences may be made to haneslinberryfuneralhomes.com. Paid obituary
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quality of life and that of our community. In our society literacy is an absolute! Being able to read, comprehend and interpret the written word, and problem solve, are essential to success in school and later life. The earlier we address literacy as a community, the more successful our children will be in school, the high school drop-out rate will decrease, and citizens will be better prepared for the future workforce. Because of our similar missions and our history of working together on other projects, this joint endeavor seemed to be a good fit for LCPFC and the Coalition for Families. Promoting literacy is key to both of our nonprofit organizations and this bookstore will serve as one avenue of providing books in print at an affordable cost for all families. In addition, we envision other offerings to include on-site events focused on a theme or book with appeal to varying ages, especially children, preschool to adulthood. Other items may be added later if the community indicates a desire, i.e., CDs, DVDs, audio books. We hope the chosen location will have adequate space for small reading areas in a comfy setting or hosting of local book clubs or gatherings centered on literature. Our ultimate goal: to sell books affordably to support the development of literacy and the mission of two non-profits whose services are focused on needs of children and their families. With budget cuts to grants and the negative economic impact on traditional fundraising strategies, we have found our budgets getting tighter each year and our boards struggling with the demand for more services with fewer dollars. We, like other non-profits, recognize the need to embrace entrepreneur-
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GULF OIL SPILL
Oil may be headed for Outer Banks
RALEIGH (AP) â€” Though oil from the Gulf of Mexico spill will eventually slide up the East Coast, scientists say the impact along the Atlantic seaboard will be minimal compared to the disastrous scene playing out in Louisiana. Because the weathering journey from the site where the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig exploded is so long, the crude reaching eastern beaches at the peak of tourist season will likely come in nothing more than a smattering of tar balls. Environmental damage will be minimal, with only
the slimmest chance of oil-blanketed beaches and struggling wildlife. â€œIt will be more a matter of curiosity than anything else,â€? said Larry Cahoon, a professor of biology and marine biology at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. For vacationers eyeing their summer plans, itâ€™s been much more than a curiosity so far, especially after a National Center for Atmospheric Research model projected this week that parts of the oil spill could reach North Carolina within the next month. Although the model deter-
mined that East Coast oil would be heavily diluted, the graphics showed an ominous color spreading along the coast. On Tybee Island, Ga., Stacye Jarrell has been fielding phone calls from worried customers whoâ€™ve booked rental homes and condos through her business. Jarrell said several have cited the centerâ€™s projection, which shows a possibility of oil creeping perilously close to Georgiaâ€™s 100-mile coastline. â€œWeâ€™ve had a lot of calls from people who are very concerned,â€? said Jarrell, owner of Oceanfront Cot-
tage Rentals on the touristdependent island 18 miles east of Savannah. â€œI think everyone is sufficiently terrified.â€? Sheâ€™s been trying to calm concerned customers with details about Georgiaâ€™s unique geography. The Georgia coast makes up the westernmost part of the eastern seaboard, and the Gulf Stream threatening to carry oil up the Atlantic coast is about 70 miles from Georgiaâ€™s beaches. â€œWe believe truly that the Gulf Stream is going to be our biggest defense,â€? Jarrell said.
help the best organizations in a difficult year, Hayes said. The cash straits come at a time when locals are asking for more help. Ring said her organization, which mainly works with Sanford and Lee County residents, has already served as many people in 2010 as it did in all of 2009, purely through increased demand. â€œAs a community, we need to step up and take care of our own,â€? she said. The agencyâ€™s services include counseling for victims of sexual abuse and domestic violence, as well as a 24-hour crisis phone line, court and hospital advocacy, professional training and emergency transportation and shelter. HAVEN isnâ€™t the only agency struggling with shrinking cashflow and growing needs. The board is also budgeting $20,000 for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Sanford/ Lee County, $10,000 for Lee County Industries, $12,000 for Sanfordâ€™s Temple Theatre and $5,000 for The Helping Hand Clinic. Lee County Industries helps connect individuals with disabilities to work, and the Helping Hand Clinic provides medical assistance for low-income locals. Shook, who serves as commissionersâ€™ liasion to the Social Services board, echoed her comments Friday, arguing that the agency failed to spend almost $7,000 in available federal Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, or TANF, money and has
referred at least one illegal immigrant to receive TANF assistance. TANF money is used to provide cash assistance for low-income families. Shook said the individual failed to qualify for the TANF funding, but their referral by HAVEN indicates the agency is spending its resources to help people who are not in the country legally. â€œAs somebody with taxing authority and the ability to hand out taxpayer dollars, I feel very strong and I know a lot of people here feel this way too that if you are not here legally, you are not eligible for taxpayer benefits,â€? she said. Shook said local faithbased communities and churches could step up to help immigrants, but the money should not be pulled from taxpayer revenues. Ring defended her groupâ€™s practices Friday, arguing that HAVEN is prohibited through its grant funding to inquire about an individualâ€™s citizenship status. HAVENâ€™s grants would be revoked if it was reported for doing so, she said, adding that citizenship shouldnâ€™t be a factor anyway. â€œIf you were sitting in your home and someone came pounding at your door saying they had a car accident and theyâ€™re battered and bloody, would you ask them for ID or their green card before you dialed 911?â€? Ring said. â€œNo, you wouldnâ€™t do that, and itâ€™s the same way with us.â€? Meanwhile, Ring
attributed the leftover TANF money to the time demands of helping locals apply for the funding. She said applications for TANF must be submitted by a certain deadline, and thatâ€™s not always easy to coordinate that process for scores of low-income locals. The discussion is likely to come up in future Board of Commissioners meetings as members steer a $60.6 million spending package toward a June 21 approval date. Shook agreed to include the HAVEN funding in the budget Thursday with the understanding that it could be removed during later conversations. According to Hayes, that money should stay. â€œThe HAVEN has done a magnificent job in helping so many women who have no place else to go,â€? he said. â€œI am very supportive of what they do and I hope we will not change our good will toward them.â€? Board of Commissioners Vice Chairman Larry â€œDocâ€? Oldham said illegal immigrants shouldnâ€™t have access to taxpayer funds, but agencies like HAVEN are limited in how they choose who to serve. â€œIf somebodyâ€™s standing at your door hungry, most of the time you hand them something to eat,â€? Oldham said. â€œYou donâ€™t ask them where theyâ€™re from.â€? Commissionersâ€™ next scheduled meeting is set for 3 p.m. Monday, although no official action will likely be taken on the budget until June 21.
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pool of money, and for making its resources available to all regardless of citizenship. The group was one of a handful of nonprofits to ask for some emergency county funding at a time when charitable organizations are being wracked by shrinking grant pools and pennypinching donors. HAVEN, which makes ends meet through federal and state grants as well as donations and a local thrift store, has seen its grants cut by approximately 15 percent over the last two years, according to agency Executive Director Kay Ring. County commissioners agreed during a budget workshop Thursday to include $10,000 in funding for the agency, with the contingency that the board can always add or subtract dollars later during the planning process. Board of Commissioners Chairman Richard Hayes said Friday that he doesnâ€™t share Shookâ€™s concerns. â€œMy attitude is one of a sense of humanity first, serving the well-being of people who are in great distress and worrying about those questions of nationality later,â€? Hayes said. He added that any assistance provided by commissioners wonâ€™t be made into a yearly cash-injection for nonprofits. County officials are spending the money to
Teacher gets prison for sex with student
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WINSTON-SALEM (AP) â€” A North Carolina high school teacher has been sentenced to at least two years in prison after admitting she had sex with a student last year. Multiple media outlets reported that 32-year-old Amy Elizabeth Yarbrough of Winston-Salem pleaded guilty to seven counts of sexual activity with a student and three counts of indecent liberties with a student. Yarbrough had been suspended from Atkins High School since her arrest in December. The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County school board is to vote later this month on whether to fire her. Yarbrough apologized for the relationship with the 16year-old male student. Judge Patrice Hinnant sentenced Yarbrough to 24 to 30 months in prison, one year of probation and ordered her to register as a sex offender for 30 years. She is also barred from teaching in North Carolina.
Couple killed as they try to sell car
Airport to build new luggage screening system CHARLOTTE (AP) â€” A North Carolina airport plans to build a $50 million automated system to screen checked luggage for explosives. The Charlotte Observer reported Friday that construction will begin later this year at Charlotte/Douglas International Airport and likely will take two years to finish. The Transportation Security Administration says the new system will save taxpayers money and get bags onto airplanes faster. The Charlotte airport now uses a stand-alone explosive detection machine, which handles about 160 bags per hour. The TSA says a machine with the new system can handle 500 bags per
SALISBURY (AP) â€” A North Carolina couple has been shot to death at a business where they had gone to sell a car. Multiple media outlets reported the Catawba County couple was killed in Salisbury late Wednesday afternoon. Investigators say the victims were 72-year-old Jerry Bullin and his 70-year-old wife, Jo Anne, of Conover. Twenty-five-year-old Frederick Hedgepeth of Charlotte has been charged with murder, armed robbery, larceny of a vehicle and conspiracy. The Rowan County Sheriffâ€™s Office says Hedgepeth worked at the car-customizing business where the couple was killed.
ECU med school offers guaranteed admission
GREENSBORO (AP) â€” A North Carolina medical school is offering guaranteed admission to students from two other state universities in hopes of increasing the number of doctors working in underserved areas. Multiple media outlets reported that East Carolina University in Greenville will guarantee admission to two students each from North Carolina A&T in Greensboro and the University of North Carolina-Pembroke. East Carolina has used the program to offer its top undergraduates admission to medical school without competing with other students or take the Medical College Admission Test. Students at A&T and UNC-Pembroke will have to maintain at least a 3.5 grade point average and be North Carolina residents.
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8A / Saturday, June 5, 2010 / The Sanford Herald GULF OIL SPILL
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PITTSBURGH (AP) â€” President Barack Obama pressed Congress to scrap billions in oil company tax breaks and pass legislation to help the nation kick a dangerous â€œfossil fuel addictionâ€? Wednesday, trying to channel disgust over the worsening oil disaster into a force for clean energy. Seeking opportunity in a crisis, Obama argued for action in Congress as crews struggled into a seventh week to contain BPâ€™s mangled oil well in the Gulf of Mexico. He urged lawmakers to shift the tax-break money toward clean-energy research and approve a major energy bill, now stalled in the Senate, that would slap a price on carbon emissions. â€œOur continued dependence on fossil fuels will jeopardize our national security,â€? he declared. â€œIt will smother our planet. And it will continue to put our economy and our environment at risk.â€? Among the costs, Obama said in a speech at Carnegie Mellon University, is the risk that comes with drilling deep below offshore waters to find oil. He received sustained applause when he said, â€œWe have to acknowledge that an America that runs solely on fossil fuels should not be the vision that we have for our children and grandchildren.â€? Obamaâ€™s tough words
allowances to polluters. A bipartisan effort on a different version of climate and energy legislation in the Senate has been in the works for months but has no clear path ahead. The president offered his most determined promise to date. â€œThe votes may not be there right now, but I intend to find them in the coming months,â€? Obama declared. He added, â€œThe next generation will not be held hostage to energy sources from the last century.â€? Tucked in there was a reminder from the president that he does support more offshore drilling at home. Indeed, Obama was viewed by environmentalists as proposing giveaways to the oil industry when he announced a limited expansion of offshore drilling in March. Since the Gulf explosion, Obama has pulled back on some of those plans and ordered an investigation into the spill. In his speech, he made sure to say that any new drilling would be just one part of an energy strategy, and only as a short-term bridge toward a clean energy economy. Obama has consistently championed alternative energy sources and adopted energy efficiency programs and standards for cars and homes.
President Barack Obama makes a statement after being briefed on the BP oil spill relief efforts in the Gulf Coast region Friday at Louis Armstrong International New Orleans Airport in Kenner, La. about Big Oil came as he and oil giant BP face growing unhappiness from a public watching the disaster unfold day by day. What started with an oil rig explosion on April 20 has become the worst spill in U.S. history, with oil reaching shorelines and still gushing with no permanent fix in sight. The Justice Department is investigating, and Vice President Joe Biden said Wednesday of BP: â€œMy guess is that there are all kinds of discussions about whether or not they pushed the envelope with the rig operator beyond what it should be pushed to safely pursue.â€? Biden, in a pretaped interview for Charlie Roseâ€™s PBS talk show, said that if any civil or criminal violations are found â€œthey will be pursued to the extent of the law.â€?
The president tried to tap into the discontent and use it as an urgent call for legislative action. â€œIf we refuse to take into account the full cost of our fossil fuel addiction â€” if we donâ€™t factor in the environmental costs and national security costs and true economic costs â€” we will have missed our best chance to seize a clean energy future,â€? he said. Obama faces serious difficulties in pushing for the bill he wants â€” a shrinking legislative window in a divisive election year, the distracting nature of the oil spill crisis itself and the contentious idea of putting a price on carbon pollution. The House last year narrowly passed legislation creating a system, known as â€œcap and trade,â€? to limit global warming emissions and auction
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PENSACOLA BEACH, Fla. (AP) â€” The smell of oil hangs heavy in the sea air. Children with plastic shovels scoop up clumps of goo in the waves. Beachcombers collect tarballs as if they were seashells. The BP catastrophe arrived with the tide on the Florida Panhandleâ€™s white sands Friday as the company worked to adjust a cap over the
gusher in a desperate and untested bid to arrest what is already the biggest oil spill in U.S. history. The widening scope of the slow-motion disaster deepened the anger and despair just as President Barack Obama arrived for his third visit to the stricken Gulf Coast. The oil has now reached the shores of four Gulf states â€” Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama
and Florida â€” turning its marshlands into death zones for wildlife and staining its beaches rust and crimson in an affliction that some said brought to mind the plagues and punishments of the Bible. â€œIn Revelations it says the water will turn to blood,â€? said P.J. Hahn, director of coastal zone management for Louisianaâ€™s Plaquemines Parish. â€œThatâ€™s what it looks like out here â€” like the Gulf is bleeding. This is going to choke the life out of everything.â€? He added: â€œIt makes me want to cry.â€? Six weeks after the April 20 oil rig explosion that killed 11 workers, the well has leaked somewhere between 22 million and 47 million gallons of oil, according to govern-
ment estimates. A device resembling an upside-down funnel was lowered over the blown-out well a mile beneath the sea late Thursday to try to capture most of the oil and direct it to a ship on the surface. But crude continued to escape into the Gulf through vents designed to prevent ice crystals from clogging the cap. Engineers hoped to close several vents throughout the day. â€œProgress is being made, but we need to caution against overoptimism,â€? said Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen, the governmentâ€™s point man for the crisis. Early in the day, he guessed that the cap was collecting 42,000 gallons a day â€” less than one-tenth of the amount leaking from the well.
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Stocks plunge to 4-month low on employment report NEW YORK (AP) â€” Stocks fell to their lowest level in four months Friday after the government said hiring remains weak and another European country warned its economy was in trouble. The Dow Jones industrial average dropped 323 points to close below 10,000. It was the lowest finish since February and the third-worst slide of the year. Major indexes all lost more than 3 percent. The drop pushed the market back into â€œcorrectionâ€? mode, meaning a decline of at least 10 percent from a recent high. Interest rates slid after traders shoveled money into the safety of Treasurys. Retailers were among the hardest-hit stocks after investors bet that a weak job market would discourage consumers from spending. Macyâ€™s fell 6.5 percent. Financial stocks also fell sharply on concerns that borrowers would continue having problems paying their bills.
School ends â€˜Beat the Jewâ€™ game; 7 face discipline LOS ANGELES (AP) â€” Seven seniors at a Southern California high school were facing disciplinary action for participating in a game called â€œBeat the Jewâ€? in which losers were subjected to â€œincinerationâ€? or â€œenslavement,â€? a school administrator said Friday.
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Millionaireâ€™s test rocket reaches orbit on 1st try
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) â€” A multimillionaireâ€™s test rocket blasted off on its maiden voyage Friday and successfully reached orbit in a dry run for NASAâ€™s push to go commercial. SpaceXâ€™s Falcon 9 rocket achieved Earth orbit nine minutes into the flight as planned, drawing praise from NASA, the White House and others eager for the company to start resupplying the International Space Station. â€œThis has really been a fantastic day,â€? said an exuberant Elon Musk, SpaceXâ€™s founder. He said Fridayâ€™s launch helps vindicate President Barack Obamaâ€™s plan to give private companies the job of ferrying cargo and ultimately people to the space station, freeing up NASA to aim for true outer space.
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McDonald’s pulls 12M ‘Shrek’ glasses By JUSTIN PRITCHARD Associated Press Writer
LOS ANGELES — Cadmium has been discovered in the painted design on “Shrek”-themed drinking glasses being sold nationwide at McDonald’s, forcing the burger giant to recall 12 million of the cheap U.S.-made collectibles while dramatically expanding contamination concerns about the toxic metal beyond imported children’s jewelry. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, which announced the voluntary recall early Friday, warned consumers to immediately stop using the glasses; McDonald’s said it would post instructions on its website next week regarding refunds. The 16-ounce glasses, being sold for about $2 each as part of a promotional campaign for the movie “Shrek Forever After,” were available in four designs depicting the characters Shrek, Princess Fiona, Puss in Boots and Donkey. In the animated comedy, which debuted May 21 as the latest installment of the successful DreamWorks Animation franchise, the voice of Shrek is performed by Mike Myers of “Austin Powers” fame, Cameron Diaz performs as Princess Fiona, Antonio
This image provided by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission shows “Shrek Forever After 3D” Collectable Drinking Glasses being promoted by McDonald’s Corp that are being recalled because the designs on the glasses contain cadmium. Banderas as Puss in Boots and Eddie Murphy voices Donkey. The movie has been No. 1 at the box office since its release. The CPSC noted in its recall notice that “longterm exposure to cadmium can cause adverse health effects.” Cadmium is a known carcinogen that research shows also can cause bone softening and severe kidney problems. In the case of the Shrekthemed glassware, the potential danger would be long-term exposure to low levels of cadmium, which could leach from the paint onto a child’s hand, then enter the body if the child puts that unwashed hand to his or her mouth. Cadmium can be used to create reds and yellows in paint. McDonald’s USA spokesman Bill Whitman said a pigment in paint
on the glasses contained cadmium. “A very small amount of cadmium can come to the surface of the glass, and in order to be as protective as possible of children, CPSC and McDonald’s worked together on this recall,” said CPSC spokesman Scott Wolfson. He would not specify the amounts of cadmium that leached from the paint in tests, but said the amounts were “slightly above the protective level currently being developed by the agency.” Wolfson said the glasses have “far less cadmium than the children’s metal jewelry that CPSC has previously recalled.” Concerns about cadmium exposure emerged in January, when The Associated Press reported that some items of children’s jewelry sold at major na-
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LONDON (AP) — A judge on Friday rejected claims by a nanny that she was mistreated by Paul McCartney’s ex-wife, Heather Mills. Sara Trumble told an employment tribunal in southern England that she was hired to look after Mills and McCartney’s daughter Beatrice, now 6, but was relegated to domestic chores after returning from Trumble maternity leave in 2008. She also claimed that Mills forced her to work long hours without extra pay. Tribunal judge Steven Vowles dismissed Trumble’s claims for sexual discrimination and unfair dismissal, saying he “did not find the claimant to be a persuasive witness.” “The claimant’s account of the respondent’s alleged animosity towards her pregnancy, maternity and childcare responsibility was not supported by the surrounding facts proved by the tribunal,” the ruling said. Mills had denied the claims, saying she had treated 26-year-old Trumble like a daughter. She said the relationship turned sour when she refused to give the nanny money to pay for breast enlargement surgery.
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recovery, if not derailed, is at least stalling. The Dow Jones industrial average sank from the opening bell and tumbled 323.31 points, its second worst slide of the year. The index closed below 10,000 for the second time in two weeks. All the major indexes were down more than 3 percent. The new employment snapshot, released Friday by the Labor Department, indicated that many private employers are still wary of bulking up their work forces. And it suggested the economic recovery may not bring
help fast enough for millions of Americans still unemployed. The slowdown isnâ€™t unusual for an economic recovery. Hiring can slow in one month, then accelerate the next, as was the case after the 2001 recession. But that recession was relatively brief and mild. The Great Recession wiped out so many jobs that it will take unusually strong hiring to bring substantial relief. And neither the Federal Reserve nor the Obama administration expects that to happen soon. Nor are Americans spending as lavishly as they typically do when recessions end. Wages are barely increasing. And the stock market has taken a beating. If shoppers stay frugal, businesses could become even less confident about adding new workers. The European debt crisis hurts, too. â€œWe had all this bad news coming out of Europe, which made employers more cautious,â€? said Tig Gilliam, CEO of Adecco Group North America, an employment services company.
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JERUSALEM (AP) â€” Israel vowed Friday to keep an Irish aid ship from breaching its blockade of the impoverished Gaza Strip, appealing to pro-Palestinian activists to dock at an Israeli port and avoid another showdown at sea. The new effort to break the blockade will test Israelâ€™s resolve as it faces a wave of international outrage over its deadly naval raid of another aid ship earlier this week. Activists on board the Irish boat, including a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, insisted they would not resist if Israeli soldiers tried to take over their vessel. They said they expected the 1,200-ton Rachel Corrie to reach Gaza by late Saturday morning. Diplomatic fallout and protests across Europe and the Muslim world have increased pressure to end the embargo Israel imposed after the Islamic militant Hamas group seized power in Gaza three years ago. The blockade has plunged the territoryâ€™s 1.5 million residents deeper into poverty and sharply raised Mideast tensions as the U.S. makes a new push for regional peace.
UNITED NATIONS (AP) â€” South Korea officially referred North Korea to the U.N. Security Council Friday over the sinking of a navy ship that killed 46 sailors, taking its strongest step ever toward making the communist North face international punishment. South Koreaâ€™s U.N. Ambassador Park In-kook handed over a letter to Mexicoâ€™s U.N. Ambassador Claude Heller, the current Security Council president, asking for a response from the U.N.â€™s most powerful body to deter â€œany further provocations.â€? North Korea has steadfastly denied responsibility for the sinking of the Cheonan and naval spokesman Col. Pak In Ho warned last month in comments to broadcaster AP Television News that any move to retaliate or punish Pyongyang would mean war. Heller said he will circulate the letter to the 14 other council members and then initiate consultations â€œto give an appropriate answer to this request.â€? He will talk to council members before setting a date for the first closed-door council discussion, Mexicoâ€™s U.N. spokesman Marco Morales said.
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Burnett resigns from Southern Citing ‘changes’, Cavs’ baseball coach steps down to pursue other opportunities By ALEX PODLOGAR email@example.com AP photo
FERRY RESIGNS AS GM OF THE CAVALIERS
CLEVELAND (AP) — Danny Ferry resigned as general manager of the Cleveland Cavaliers, a surprise decision that complicates the most important offseason in team history. Ferry’s departure Friday after five seasons occurred two weeks after the club fired coach Mike Brown following the team’s second-round loss to the Boston Celtics in the NBA playoffs. It also comes as the team is making plans to try to re-sign two-time MVP LeBron James, who will be a free agent next month. Ferry was in the final month of his contract. He said the decision not to renew his contract was a mutual one with owner Dan Gilbert. “I thought it was important that there was as much clarity as possible in the organization at this time, so things could start moving forward,” Ferry told The AP “It’s important then whomever is hired as the head coach knows, feels and understands the people he is going to work with.”
SANFORD — There’s another head coaching opening at Southern Lee. And this time, it is one of the school’s most successful and veteran coaches. Cavaliers baseball coach Matt Burnett revealed on Friday
night that he has submitted his resignation to Lee County Schools and will be moving on from Southern Lee Burnett this summer. Burnett said that a series of changes at the
school and for his family precipitated the move. “With all the changes going on in terms of myself, my family and everything else, we felt like it would be best for me to step back and look and see if there are other options out there.” Burnett did not specifically address what many of those changes were, but did say South-
By MIKE CRANSTON AP Sports Writer
WILKES SAYS WOODEN IS LUCID BUT FRAIL
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SEVEN LAKES — Sanford’s Craig Sturdivant used a backside 34, highlighted by birdies on three consecutive holes to help him fashion a 2-under 70 at Seven Lakes Country Club on Thursday. Sturdivant finished three strokes clear of Pinehurst’s Rick Luzar to take top honors in the Championship Flight of the Senior Amateur Golf Tour. After missing the first eight events of the season, Sturdivant has steadily moved up the leaderboard in Tour Points Standings and stands alone in sixth place. His 1.4 Tour Handicap is the 3rd lowest among Pinehurst Tour Championship Flight members of the Senior Tour.
Boston Celtics center Kendrick Perkins and Los Angeles Lakers forward Pau Gasol go after a loose ball during the second half of Game 1 of the NBA basketball finals Thursday in Los Angeles.
Gasol’s toughness grows in 3rd Finals By GREG BEACHAM AP Sports Writer
LOS ANGELES — Pau Gasol used to spend this week in Paris each year, sitting in the shade at Roland Garros and watching Rafael Nadal torment his opponents on the clay courts. Gasol’s gracious summers
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ended when the Los Angeles Lakers acquired Gasol just over two years ago from the woebegone Memphis Grizzlies, putting him in the thick of the NBA finals for the past three seasons. His good friend Rafa is on his own these days — and judging by Gasol’s performance in Game 1 against the Boston
Celtics, the 7-foot Spaniard is growing into a world-beater himself. “I love tennis, but this is really the way I’d prefer to spend the early part of the summer,” Gasol said. Gasol showcased his evolv-
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CHARLOTTE — Larry Brown was energetic, shouting instructions and stopping play continuously to correct mistakes. Everything appeared to be normal at the Charlotte Bobcats practice facility on Friday morning — until the pre-draft workout ended and the usually talkative Brown went silent. Given a chance to clear up whether he’ll return for a third season coaching the Bobcats, Brown Brown declined to talk to reporters. “I don’t have anything to say,” a smiling Brown said before disappearing down a stairway toward the locker room. And with that, owner Michael Jordan’s uncertain offseason continued. There are numerous signs that the 69-year-old Brown, who has lamented the time spent away from his family in suburban Philadelphia, will be back in Charlotte after leading the Bobcats to their first playoff berth. A person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press on Thursday that Brown, who has two years left on his contract, is leaning toward returning. Assistant coach Dave Hanners said Friday that Brown was energized and drawing up plays this week at the team offices. Brown has said he won’t coach for anyone other than Jordan, and on April 30 said he didn’t want this “to drag on” too deep into the offseason. Five weeks later, it still is. Brown, a Hall of Famer and the only coach to NBA and NCAA titles, has a track record of quick exits.
Tiger makes cut as Fowler sets pace By DOUG FERGUSON
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Brown back at work, mum on future
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Former UCLA basketball coach and Hall of Famer John Wooden remains hospitalized with little information being released about his condition, although a recent visitor describes him as lucid but frail. Former UCLA and Los Angeles Lakers star Jamaal Wilkes told The Associated Press on Friday that he visited Wooden in his hospital room twice this week and they chatted briefly. Wilkes says Wooden recognized him and that the coach’s mind remains “sharp as a tack,” although he says the 99-year-old Wooden’s body is “very, very frail.” In addition to his grown son and daughter and other family members, Wilkes says Wooden has had several visitors, including former UCLA star Bill Walton.
ern Lee’s administration had something to do with his leaving. “There’s been a lot of change in terms of the administration, and in terms of our program with a class that’s about to graduate after four great years,” Burnett said. “It was the right time.”
DUBLIN, Ohio — Rickie Fowler, the new kid in golf, gave himself a chance Friday to be the next kid to win on the PGA Tour. The 21-year-old Fowler ran off three straight birdies late in his round for a 6-under 66 to tie the 36-hole record at the Memorial Tournament and take a threeshot lead over Justin Rose into the weekend at soggy Muirfield
Village. Fowler was at 13-under 131. That tied the tournament record set by Scott Hoch in 1987. Youth has been all the rage on the PGA Tour over the last month, with Rory McIlroy winning at Quail Hollow two days before his 21st birthday, and Jason Day winning the Byron Nelson Championship two weeks ago at age 22. They both turned pro three
Tiger Woods hits a shot out of the bunker on the 18th hole during the second round of The Memorial golf tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club Friday in Dublin, Ohio.
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2B / Saturday, June 5, 2010 / The Sanford Herald UPCOMING
LCPR Registrations taken for summer camps SANFORD — Lee County Parks and Recreation has begun taking registrations for summer camps. San Lee Park is registering for summer camps. There are seven different nature-themed sessions available where campers can experience nature through hands-on activities and crafts. Full and half-day camps are available for girls and boys ages 4-12. For more information, call (919) 776-6221. OT Sloan Pool opens to the public on Saturdays and Sundays only Through June 13 from 1-5 p.m. Beginning June 15 the pool will be open to the public Tuesdays-Sundays from 15 p.m. The fee for public swim is $3 per person. For additional information, call (919) 775-2107, ext. 207.
GOLF SGC taking entrants for Brick Capital and camp SANFORD — Sanford Golf Course is accepting entrants in the 34th Annual Brick Capital Classic, which will be played June 26-27. Morning and afternoon slots are available. The cost to play is $75. Also, Sanford Golf Course will hold its Junior Camp from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. from July 12-16. The cost is $75. For more information on either event, call the pro shop at (919) 775-8320.
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BASEBALL Baseball clinic held at Chatham Central BEAR CREEK — The annual BLITS baseball and softball outreach clinic will be held on Saturday at Chatham Central High School’s baseball facility. The clinic, which is free, will feature several former Major League Baseball players such as Trot Nixon and will also have other college baseball players from around the country. It is looking to have over 400 campers with a lunch to be provided to ever camper. For more information, contact BLITS Worldwide at (919) 8984892 or visit www.blitsworldwide.org
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Kyle Busch, right, and his crew bow to fans during introductions before the NASCAR Sprint Series All-Star auto race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord on Saturday, May 22.
No hard feelings between Burton and Busch LONG POND, Pa. (AP) — Jeff Burton jokes he gets all the drama in his life he needs from his 14-year-old daughter, he doesn’t need a feud with Kyle Busch to add to the heartburn. So forgive the veteran driver if he’s not exactly in the mood to add his name to the growing list of drivers who find themselves at odds with the NASCAR’s resident bad boy. Is Burton still a little annoyed at Busch for knocking him out of contention at the end of last week’s race at Charlotte? Sure. Just don’t expect Burton to go looking for retribution on Sunday at Pocono. “I’m not interested in a weekly confrontation,” Burton said Friday. “I don’t like yearly confrontations much less weekly. I’m here to race Pocono and go out and win this race and I
know he is too.” It’s what they were doing following the final restart Charlotte Motor Speedway last Sunday. Both cars were running in the top 10 when Busch ran out of room trying to squeeze underneath Burton and ended up slicing Burton’s left front tire. Burton immediately checked up and tumbled through the field to a 25thplace finish. He angrily chased down Busch on pit road immediately following the race, a rare public display of anger by one of NASCAR’s most respected and levelheaded drivers. Looking back, Burton admits he may have stepped over the line. He’s not exactly sorry about it. “I felt better,” he said. So much so Burton was over it by Monday morning. That might not have
happened a decade ago, when every perceived slight would be chronicled and stored away for later use. These days Burton has more pressing needs to worry about: namely trying to keep his No. 31 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet inside the top 12 in points. Burton is eighth in the standings halfway through the 26-race regular season and can’t become preoccupied with trying to find Busch’s No. 18 Toyota during a race to exact a little payback. There’s too much at stake. “I like racing with Kyle and I don’t have any problems with Kyle,” said Burton, who will start 13th on Sunday. “He knows exactly how I feel and we can talk about it.” Not that the two are going to hug it out anytime
soon. Both say there’s no need. Besides, if Busch had to spend time trying to patch things up with every driver he’s ticked off, he’d never make it out of the hauler and onto the track. Last week it was Burton. The week before it was Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Denny Hamlin, who Busch said he was going to “kill” after Hamlin knocked Busch out of the way during the All-Star race. The circumstances of these run-ins hardly seem to matter. Busch has no illusions about where the blame will fall whenever he mixes it up with an opposing driver. “You know I don’t get the benefit of the doubt, ever,” Busch said while letting out a little laugh. “So it’s all my fault.”
Quail Ridge offering junior golf camp SANFORD — There is limited space remaining for Quail Ridge Golf Course’s annual junior golf camp on June 21-25. The camp will teach kids ages 9-14 all the aspects of the game of golf, which include putting, chipping, iron play, drivers, sand play, basic rules and etiquette of the sport. The cost of the camp is $75 and includes a snack and lunch each day, prizes and a t-shirt. The camp will last from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. each day. For more information, contact the pro shop at (919) 7766623.
BASKETBALL Lee County to hold FUNdamentals camp SANFORD — Lee County’s FUNdamentals basketball camp will be held on June 14-17 in the Lee County High School gymnasium. The skills camp, which will be led by Lee County Yellow Jacket head coach Reggie Peace, will be for boys and girls ages 614. The camp will be held from 9 a.m.-to-noon each day. For more information, contact Peace at (919) 776-7541 ext. 4237.
Kyle Busch wins pole for his 200th Cup start LONG POND, Pa. (AP) — Kyle Busch will start his 200th career Sprint Cup race at the front of the field. Winner of two of the last four races, Busch turned a lap at 169.485 mph Friday to win the pole for Sunday’s NASCAR race at Pocono Raceway and extend a midseason hot streak that has lifted him to second in the points standings. Now the driver that fans love to hate hopes to parlay his first pole at the 2.5 mile-long Tricky Triangle into a respectable finish. His best finish at Pocono was fourth in 2005, and he hasn’t finished higher than 16th over the last two years. “It would mean a lot,”
Busch said when asked about getting a win in his milestone start. “This is a place I’ve struggled at ... You can come around here and it can be really, really frustrating at this place because it is so long, you can beat your head against the headrest.” Busch won his second pole of the season, claiming victory at Richmond last month after starting up front. Clint Bowyer was qualified second, while Dale Earnhardt, Jr., was third. Jeff Burton qualified 13th. Busch and Burton had a run-in during last week’s race at Charlotte after Busch’s late error sent Burton tumbling to a 25th-place finish.
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Williams sisters win doubles title
Last-place Orioles fire manager
PARIS (AP) â€” Venus and Serena Williams have won their fourth consecutive Grand Slam doubles title and 12th overall, beating Katarina Srebotnik and Kveta Peschke 6-2, 6-3 at the French Open. The victory by the topseeded sisters Friday makes them only the third womenâ€™s doubles pair to win four major titles in a row. Martina Navratilova and Pam Shriver did it in 1983-84, and Gigi Fernandez and Natasha Zvereva did it in 1992-93. Itâ€™s the siblingsâ€™ second French Open doubles championship, but first since 1999.
Soderling beats Berdych in French semis
PARIS (AP) â€” Robin Soderling (SOH-der-ling) has advanced to the French Open final for the second year in a row by rallying past Tomas Berdych (TOH-mas BER-ditch) 6-3, 3-6, 5-7, 6-3, 6-3. The No. 5-seeded Soderling hit 18 aces Friday, overcame 63 unforced errors and swept the final four games of the 3 1/2hour match. It was only the fifth five-set win in the Swedeâ€™s career. Soderling has a knack for upsets at Roland Garros, with victories over Rafael Nadal last year and Roger Federer this year. On Sunday, Soderling will play the winner of the second semifinal between fourtime champion Nadal and Jurgen (YUR-gen) Melzer.
Improbable pairing in Open womenâ€™s final
PARIS (AP) â€” Francesca Schiavone has provided the better photo op, her beaming face caked with clay after she kissed the court to celebrate her semifinal victory at the French Open. Samantha Stosur has made the bigger headlines, with three consecutive wins over players who have been ranked No. 1. The headlines now come with a question mark, as in: Schiavone and Stosur? For the title at Roland Garros?
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Attempts to reach Lee County Schools and Southern Lee Principal Bonnie Almond were unsuccessful Friday night. Burnett said he is actively looking for a position that will enable him to keep teaching and coaching varsity high school baseball. â€œI love teaching, and I love teaching the game of baseball,â€? he said. â€œIâ€™m looking for another opportunity to continue with that.â€? Internet rumors had been circulating for about a month that Burnett was going to be let go by the school system. Burnett had little to say about those rumors. â€œAnytime somebody steps away from a job thereâ€™s always going to be rumors,â€? Burnett said. â€œI donâ€™t think I want to address them one by one and I donâ€™t feel like I need to address them. If I address one of them, Iâ€™d have to address them all.â€? When contacted in May seeking comment about the rumors of Burnettâ€™s contract not being renewed, Lee County Schools Superintendent
In this file photo, MLB umpires, from left, Tim McClelland , Ted Barrett, Andy Fletcher, and Greg Gibson, confer before viewing video of fan interference in the outfield after a hit. Spurred by a blown call that cost Detroit Tigersâ€™ Armando Galarraga a perfect game on Wednesday, June 2, 2010, commissioner Bud Selig said he would look at the big picture: the possibility of expanded the use of video reviews.
Your call, Bud: Time for more replay in baseball? (AP) â€” A bouncing ball to the right side of the infield, a flip to the bag, a surprising safe call by the umpire, and a furious manager. Nah, not the play in Detroit. Weâ€™ve seen that enough. This one came a few hours later in Seattle, far from the eye of a sports media storm. â€œThe replays showed heâ€™s out, bottom line,â€? Minnesota manager Ron Gardenhire fumed after the winning run on that disputed play Wednesday night. â€œItâ€™s all out there for you, just go watch the replays.â€? Which is exactly what Major League Baseball intends to do. Stung by the blown call that cost Armando Galarraga a perfect game, commissioner Bud Selig said he would look at the big picture â€” the possibility of expanding the use of video reviews. The subject is certain to get addressed when
Seligâ€™s blue-ribbon panel holds its next meeting on Thursday. â€œI guarantee it,â€? said Los Angeles Dodgers manager Joe Torre, part of the specially picked committee. â€œIâ€™m sure itâ€™s going to be added to the agenda.â€? And so starts another great debate in baseball. â€œThere are so many close calls in a game, so where do you draw the line?â€? Chicago White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle wondered. â€œStolen bases, guys tagged out at home, so many plays at first base that are bang-bang plays, where do you draw the line?â€? Added New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter: â€œWhen does it stop, when does it start? Do you have a flag that you throw from the bench for challenges?â€? Heck, how about having a computer-simulated box call balls-and-strikes,
like they do on TV? â€œI donâ€™t know about that instant replay stuff. We might as well just build robots and put â€™em out there,â€? Washington slugger Adam Dunn said. Remember, it was a rash of missed calls in the middle of the 2008 season that prompted baseball to join the electronic-eye age within a few months â€” the NFL, NBA, NHL, NCAA, NASCAR and Grand Slam tennis already used replay in some form by then. For now, only questionable home run calls get a second look. But after a postseason filled with umpiring mistakes, the admission by Jim Joyce that he botched what shouldâ€™ve been the final out in Galarragaâ€™s gem might spur more action. â€œI think thatâ€™s going to be the play that brings instant replay into baseball,â€? fan Jeff Corr said at Fenway Park.
Jeff Moss released a statement. â€œThe Board of Education is the final authority on all personnel decisions with regards to hiring, terminations, and contract nonrenewal. Those decisions will not be made until the June board meeting.â€? The Board meets on Tuesday. Burnett was Southern Leeâ€™s second baseball coach, taking over after the programâ€™s first coach Carl Boykin resigned for health reasons. After a successful run as the pitching coach at perennial powerhouse Western Guilford, Burnett
built the Cavaliers into one of the top-echelon teams in the Cape Fear Valley Conference. He guided the Cavaliers to a 62-39 record in his four seasons at the helm, good for a .614 winning percentage. Southern Lee has won at least 15 games in each of the last three seasons under Burnett and went to the state playoffs in her of his four seasons. The Cavaliers won the conference championship in Burnettâ€™s second year in 2008, leading to his receiving the leagueâ€™s Coach of the Year award. Southern Lee never finished lower than fourth
in the conference standings with Burnett. Burnett said he will have fond memories of his time at Southern Lee. â€œIâ€™ll always be thankful to Southern Lee, to (former principal) Hans Lassiter and to (former principal) Rob Dietrich for all of their support,â€? Burnett said. â€œIâ€™m thankful to all the parents and to the players for taking the program where we did. â€œI just felt like it was time to step away.â€? Burnett said he will miss his players the most. â€œI love those kids,â€? he said. â€œThereâ€™s a lot for them
BALTIMORE (AP) â€” Dave Trembley was fired Friday as manager of the Baltimore Orioles, who have the worst record in the major leagues and are staggering toward a franchise-record 13th consecutive losing season. Third base coach Juan Samuel was appointed interim manager by president of baseball operations Andy MacPhail, who hired Trembley to take over on an interim basis for Sam Perlozzo on June 18, 2007. The Orioles opened with 16 losses in 18 games, are 15-39 and coming off an 0-6 road trip in which they were outscored 34-8 in Toronto and at Yankee Stadium. â€œThe results on the field were not what any of us would have hoped for, and I understand that the organization felt the time was right to move in a different direction,â€? Trembley said in a statement. â€œWhile I am disappointed at the outcome, I feel it was a privilege to wear the Orioles uniform each day.â€?
E-mail hints at Texas in Big Ten addition talks COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) â€” An e-mail sent by the president of Ohio State to the commissioner of the Big Ten hints that the conference is pursuing Texas as part of its expansion plans. Ohio State President Gordon Gee told Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany in an April 20 e-mail that Gee had spoken with University of Texas president Bill Powers. In the e-mail obtained by The Associated Press, Gee writes that Powers would welcome a call to say they have a â€œTechâ€? problem. Itâ€™s not clear what that means, but Texas Tech is one of Texasâ€™ rivals in the Big 12 conference. In another e-mail, Gee told the Big Ten commissioner that the conference controls its own destiny, but must move swiftly. The e-mails were first reported by The Columbus Dispatch.
Indians Sizemore has knee surgery, out for year CLEVELAND (AP) â€” Indians center fielder Grady Sizemore will miss the remainder of the season after undergoing microfracture
to be proud of; they are all an integral part of a Southern Lee baseball tradition that hopefully will continue forever and ever. Those guys did everything right and did everything that was ever asked of them for four years. â€œTheyâ€™ve got a friend for all of their lives in me. Iâ€™ll always be just a phone call away if thereâ€™s ever anything they need.â€? Burnett is the second
surgery on his left knee. Sizemore underwent a 90minute operation on Friday in Vail, Colo. The team says the procedure performed by Dr. Richard Steadman included microfracture, which involves the drilling of small holes into the kneecap to stimulate the growth of cartilage. The Indians said Sizemore, a three-time All-Star, will need six to nine months to recover. He is expected to participate in exhibition games next March when the Indians open training camp in Goodyear, Ariz. The loss of Sizemore is another major blow to the Indians, who are in last place in the AL Central and struggling to sell tickets.
Tebow gets extra reps for Broncos ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) â€” Tim Tebow received a sizable share of the snaps in passing camp Friday. Just donâ€™t read too much into it. The Denver Broncos rookie quarterback isnâ€™t being handed the keys to the offense. Not yet. With starting quarterback Kyle Orton getting the day off and third-stringer Tom Brandstater being released Friday morning, Tebow and Brady Quinn were the only signal callers on the field. Tebow definitely appreciated the extra work, looking sharp on out routes and a little shaky with throws across the middle. That inconsistency comes with being a rookie, he insisted. â€œGot to continue to play faster,â€? the former Florida Gators standout said. â€œFaster in my head, faster with my feet. When you do that, youâ€™re up to the speed of the defense and you can play at that level.â€?
SEC distributes record $209 million in revenue BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) â€” Southeastern Conference schools will divvy up a league-record $209 million in revenue, a nearly 58 percent increase from the previous year. SEC Commissioner Mike Slive said Friday that the 12 member schools will receive an average of $17.3 million under the revenue sharing plan for the 2009-10 fiscal year, ending Aug. 31. Itâ€™s the most ever paid out by the league, which distributed $132.5 million in 2008-09.
high-profile coach to resign from Southern Lee in the last two months. On May 18, football coach Eric Puryear stepped down after months of rumors swirling about his job status. Puryear lasted just a year at Southern Lee, a winless season that came on the heels of another former football coach, Bill Maczko, was forced out of the program after a single season in 2008.
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MLB Standings Tampa Bay New York Boston Toronto Baltimore
W 36 34 31 31 15
L 18 20 24 24 39
Minnesota Detroit Chicago Kansas City Cleveland
W 31 28 23 22 19
L 23 25 30 33 33
Texas Oakland Los Angeles Seattle
W 28 29 28 22
L 25 26 28 31
Atlanta Philadelphia Florida New York Washington
W 32 28 28 27 26
L 22 24 27 27 29
Cincinnati St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh Milwaukee Houston
W 31 31 24 22 22 20
L 23 23 29 31 32 34
San Diego Los Angeles San Francisco Colorado Arizona
W 32 31 28 28 20
L 21 23 24 25 34
AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division Pct GB WCGB .667 — — .630 2 — 1 .564 5 ⁄2 31⁄2 1 .564 5 ⁄2 31⁄2 .278 21 19 Central Division Pct GB WCGB .574 — — .528 21⁄2 51⁄2 .434 71⁄2 101⁄2 .400 91⁄2 121⁄2 .365 11 14 West Division Pct GB WCGB .528 — — .527 — 51⁄2 1 .500 1 ⁄2 7 .415 6 111⁄2 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division Pct GB WCGB .593 — — .538 3 2 1 .509 4 ⁄2 31⁄2 .500 5 4 .473 61⁄2 51⁄2 Central Division Pct GB WCGB .574 — — .574 — — 1 .453 6 ⁄2 61⁄2 1 .415 8 ⁄2 81⁄2 .407 9 9 .370 11 11 West Division Pct GB WCGB .604 — — 1 .574 1 ⁄2 — 1 .538 3 ⁄2 2 .528 4 21⁄2 .370 121⁄2 11
AMERICAN LEAGUE Thursday’s Games N.Y. Yankees 6, Baltimore 3 Detroit 12, Cleveland 6 Oakland 9, Boston 8 L.A. Angels 5, Kansas City 4 Chicago White Sox 4, Texas 3 Seattle 4, Minnesota 1 Friday’s Games Boston at Baltimore, 7:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Toronto, 7:07 p.m. Tampa Bay at Texas, 8:05 p.m. Cleveland at Chicago White Sox, 8:10 p.m. Detroit at Kansas City, 8:10 p.m. Minnesota at Oakland, 10:05 p.m. L.A. Angels at Seattle, 10:10 p.m. Saturday’s Games N.Y. Yankees (Pettitte 7-1) at Toronto (R.Romero 5-2), 1:07 p.m. L.A. Angels (E.Santana 5-3) at Seattle (Rowland-Smith 0-4), 4:10 p.m. Tampa Bay (J.Shields 5-3) at Texas (Hunter 0-0), 4:10 p.m. Boston (Lester 6-2) at Baltimore (Guthrie 3-5), 7:05 p.m. Cleveland (Talbot 6-4) at Chicago White Sox (Peavy 4-4), 7:05 p.m. Detroit (Verlander 5-4) at Kansas City (Hochevar 5-3), 7:10 p.m. Minnesota (Liriano 5-3) at Oakland (Cahill 4-2), 9:05 p.m. Sunday’s Games N.Y. Yankees at Toronto, 1:07 p.m. Boston at Baltimore, 1:35 p.m. Cleveland at Chicago White Sox, 2:05 p.m. Detroit at Kansas City, 2:10 p.m. Tampa Bay at Texas, 3:05 p.m. Minnesota at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. L.A. Angels at Seattle, 4:10 p.m. Monday’s Games Boston at Cleveland, 7:05 p.m. Seattle at Texas, 8:05 p.m. L.A. Angels at Oakland, 10:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE Thursday’s Games
BASKETBALL L10 4-6 8-2 7-3 6-4 1-9
Str W-2 W-5 L-1 L-2 L-8
Home 15-12 19-7 18-14 15-13 9-14
Away 21-6 15-13 13-10 16-11 6-25
L10 5-5 4-6 5-5 4-6 3-7
Str L-3 W-2 W-1 L-2 L-2
Home 18-9 17-10 12-15 10-17 8-14
Away 13-14 11-15 11-15 12-16 11-19
L10 3-7 6-4 7-3 6-4
Str L-1 W-1 W-2 W-3
Home 18-9 18-9 16-13 15-14
Away 10-16 11-17 12-15 7-17
L10 9-1 2-8 5-5 6-4 3-7
Str W-9 L-4 W-1 L-1 L-3
Home 19-6 13-10 17-15 19-9 14-10
Away 13-16 15-14 11-12 8-18 12-19
L10 6-4 6-4 5-5 4-6 5-5 5-5
Str L-1 W-1 L-3 W-2 L-1 W-3
Home 19-11 17-9 14-13 13-12 8-16 12-19
Away 12-12 14-14 10-16 9-19 14-16 8-15
L10 7-3 6-4 6-4 7-3 0-10
Str W-1 L-1 W-1 L-1 L-10
Home 18-12 18-9 19-11 15-9 11-12
Away 14-9 13-14 9-13 13-16 9-22
Houston 6, Washington 4 Florida 3, Milwaukee 2 Atlanta 4, L.A. Dodgers 3 Friday’s Games Cincinnati at Washington, 7:05 p.m. San Diego at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m. San Francisco at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m. Florida at N.Y. Mets, 7:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Houston, 8:05 p.m. Milwaukee at St. Louis, 8:15 p.m. Colorado at Arizona, 9:40 p.m. Atlanta at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m. Saturday’s Games Florida (N.Robertson 4-4) at N.Y. Mets (Niese 1-2), 4:10 p.m. Milwaukee (Narveson 4-3) at St. Louis (Ottavino 0-1), 4:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Dempster 3-5) at Houston (Oswalt 3-7), 7:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Leake 4-0) at Washington (Atilano 5-1), 7:05 p.m. San Diego (Garland 6-2) at Philadelphia (Moyer 5-5), 7:05 p.m. San Francisco (Wellemeyer 3-4) at Pittsburgh (Maholm 3-4), 7:05 p.m. Colorado (J.Chacin 3-3) at Arizona (Willis 0-0), 8:10 p.m. Atlanta (Hanson 5-3) at L.A. Dodgers (Billingsley 6-2), 10:10 p.m. Sunday’s Games Florida at N.Y. Mets, 1:10 p.m. Cincinnati at Washington, 1:35 p.m. San Diego at Philadelphia, 1:35 p.m. San Francisco at Pittsburgh, 1:35 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Houston, 2:05 p.m. Atlanta at L.A. Dodgers, 4:10 p.m. Colorado at Arizona, 4:10 p.m. Milwaukee at St. Louis, 8:05 p.m. Monday’s Games Chicago Cubs at Pittsburgh, 12:35 p.m. San Diego at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m. San Francisco at Cincinnati, 7:10 p.m. Houston at Colorado, 8:40 p.m. Atlanta at Arizona, 9:40 p.m. St. Louis at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m.
Sports on TV Saturday, June 5
AUTO RACING 5:30 p.m. ESPN2 — NASCAR, Nationwide Series, pole qualifying for Federated Auto Parts 300, at Lebanon, Tenn. (same-day tape) 8 p.m. ESPN2 — NASCAR, Nationwide Series, Federated Auto Parts 300, at Lebanon, Tenn. VERSUS — IRL, Firestone 550K, at Fort Worth, Texas BOXING 10:15 p.m. HBO — Junior middleweights, Vanes Martirosyan (27-0-0) vs. Joe Greene (22-0-0); champion Yuri Foreman (28-0-0) vs. Miguel Cotto (34-2-0), for WBA junior middleweight title, at New York COLLEGE SOFTBALL Noon ESPN2 — World Series, game 7, Missouri-Hawaii loser vs. UCLA-Florida loser, at Oklahoma City 2:30 p.m. ESPN2 — World Series, game 8, Arizona-Tennessee loser vs. Georgia-Washington loser, at Oklahoma City 7 p.m. ESPN — World Series, game 9, teams TBD, at Oklahoma City 9:30 p.m. ESPN — World Series, game 10, teams TBD, at Oklahoma City GOLF 12:30 p.m.
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years ago. Fowler didn’t turn pro until last summer, yet he already has lost in a playoff last fall and finished one shot behind in the Phoenix Open in February. “Just being in contention the few times I
TGC — PGA Tour, The Memorial, third round, at Dublin, Ohio 3 p.m. CBS — PGA Tour, The Memorial, third round, at Dublin, Ohio HORSE RACING Noon ESPN — NTRA, Belmont Stakes undercard, at Elmont, N.Y. 5:30 p.m. ABC — NTRA, Belmont Stakes, at Elmont, N.Y. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 4 p.m. FOX — Regional coverage, Florida at N.Y. Mets, Milwaukee at St. Louis, or L.A. Angels at Seattle 7 p.m. WGN — Cleveland at Chicago White Sox MOTORSPORTS 9 p.m. SPEED — AMA Pro Motocross 450, at Wortham, Texas (same-day tape) 10 p.m. SPEED — AMA Pro Racing, at Elkhart Lake, Wis. (same-day tape) SOCCER 8:30 a.m. ESPN2 — Men’s national teams, exhibition, U.S. vs. Australia, at Roodepoort, South Africa TENNIS 9 a.m. NBC — French Open, women’s championship match and men’s doubles championship match, at Paris
have over the last eight months, this is by far the best I’ve felt,” Fowler said. Defending champion Tiger Woods is starting to feel a little better, too. Woods was just inside the projected cut line when he started, and with his lackluster play on a course that can penalize errant shots, there was some question whether
he would be around for all four rounds in his final event before the U.S. Open. Those questions didn’t last long. He birdied three of the opening five holes, then ran off three straight birdies on his front nine to offset the few mistakes for a 69. He was at 3-under 141, 10 shots behind, but still playing.
NBA Playoff Glance CONFERENCE FINALS EASTERN CONFERENCE Boston 4, Orlando 2 Sunday, May 16: Boston 92, Orlando 88 Tuesday, May 18: Boston 95, Orlando 92 Saturday, May 22: Boston 94, Orlando 71 Monday, May 24: Orlando 96, Boston 92, OT Wednesday, May 26: Orlando 113, Boston 92 Friday, May 28: Boston 96, Orlando 84 WESTERN CONFERENCE L.A. Lakers 4, Phoenix 2 Monday, May 17: L.A. Lakers 128, Phoenix 107 Wednesday, May 19: L.A. Lakers 124, Phoenix 112 Sunday, May 23: Phoenix 118, L.A. Lakers 109 Tuesday, May 25: Phoenix 115, L.A. Lakers 106 Thursday, May 27: L.A. Lakers 103, Phoenix 101 Saturday, May 29: L.A. Lakers 111, Phoenix 103 NBA FINALS L.A. Lakers 1, Boston 0 Thursday, June 3: L.A. Lakers 102, Boston 89 Sunday, June 6: Boston at L.A. Lakers, 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 8: L.A. Lakers at Boston, 9 p.m. Thursday, June 10: L.A. Lakers at Boston, 9 p.m. x-Sunday, June 13: L.A. Lakers at Boston, 8 p.m. x-Tuesday, June 15: Boston at L.A. Lakers, 9 p.m. x-Thursday, June 17: Boston at L.A. Lakers, 9 p.m.
HOCKEY NHL Playoff Glance CONFERENCE FINALS EASTERN CONFERENCE Philadelphia 4, Montreal 1 Sunday, May 16: Philadelphia 6, Montreal 0 Tuesday, May 18: Philadelphia 3, Montreal 0 Thursday, May 20: Montreal 5, Philadelphia 1 Saturday, May 22: Philadelphia 3, Montreal 0 Monday, May 24: Philadelphia 4, Montreal 2 WESTERN CONFERENCE Chicago 4, San Jose 0 Sunday, May 16: Chicago 2, San Jose 1 Tuesday, May 18: Chicago 4, San Jose 2 Friday, May 21: Chicago 3, San Jose 2, OT Sunday, May 23: Chicago 4, San Jose 2 STANLEY CUP FINALS Chicago 2, Philadelphia 1 Saturday, May 29: Chicago 6, Philadelphia 5 Monday, May 31: Chicago 2, Philadelphia 1 Wednesday, June 2: Philadelphia 4, Chicago 3, OT Friday, June 4: Chicago at Philadelphia, 8 p.m. Sunday, June 6: Philadelphia at Chicago, 8 p.m. x-Wednesday, June 9: Chicago at Philadelphia, 8 p.m. x-Friday, June 11: Philadelphia at Chicago, 8 p.m.
AUTO RACING NASCAR-Sprint Cup-Gillette Fusion ProGlide 500 Lineup By The Associated Press After Friday qualifying; race Sunday At Pocono Raceway Long Pond, Pa. Lap length: 2.5 miles (Car number in parentheses) 1. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 169.485. 2. (33) Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet, 169.138. 3. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 169.097. 4. (2) Kurt Busch, Dodge, 168.963. 5. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 168.868.
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ng toughness with every rebound and big defensive play in the Lakers’ 102-89 victory in Thursday’s opener. He had 23 points and 14 rebounds while leading the Lakers’ physical game with a stifling, aggressive performance against Kevin Garnett, who dominated their matchup in the clubs’ 2008 finals meeting. “I had to get myself mentally and physically ready for those types of challenges,” Gasol said Friday after the Lakers’ workout at Staples Center. “Just to be able to deliver and play the way I can perform, I had to work throughout these two years to be the kind of player that I am today.” The Celtics don’t have Gasol to kick around any
6. (14) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 168.84. 7. (42) Juan Pablo Montoya, Chevrolet, 168.805. 8. (9) Kasey Kahne, Ford, 168.713. 9. (39) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 168.669. 10. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 168.612. 11. (12) Brad Keselowski, Dodge, 168.3. 12. (20) Joey Logano, Toyota, 168.24. 13. (31) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 168.205. 14. (5) Mark Martin, Chevrolet, 168.124. 15. (17) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 168.036. 16. (47) Marcos Ambrose, Toyota, 167.973. 17. (43) AJ Allmendinger, Ford, 167.863. 18. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 167.823. 19. (77) Sam Hornish Jr., Dodge, 167.785. 20. (13) Max Papis, Toyota, 167.679. 21. (19) Elliott Sadler, Ford, 167.538. 22. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 167.529. 23. (83) Casey Mears, Toyota, 167.51. 24. (78) Regan Smith, Chevrolet, 167.476. 25. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 167.392. 26. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 167.392. 27. (56) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, 167.212. 28. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 167.177. 29. (00) David Reutimann, Toyota, 167.115. 30. (87) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, 167.047. 31. (82) Scott Speed, Toyota, 166.982. 32. (55) Michael McDowell, Toyota, 166.976. 33. (98) Paul Menard, Ford, 166.821. 34. (66) Dave Blaney, Toyota, 166.738. 35. (6) David Ragan, Ford, 166.098. 36. (46) J.J. Yeley, Dodge, 165.972. 37. (37) David Gilliland, Ford, 165.929. 38. (38) Travis Kvapil, Ford, 165.865. 39. (64) Chad McCumbee, Toyota, 165.688. 40. (36) Geoff Bodine, Chevrolet, 165.411. 41. (71) Bobby Labonte, Chevrolet, 165.116. 42. (34) Kevin Conway, Ford, Owner Points. 43. (26) David Stremme, Ford, 165.277. Failed to Qualify 44. (09) Terry Cook, Chevrolet, 164.51. 45. (7) Ted Musgrave, Toyota, 164.456.
TENNIS French Open Results By The Associated Press Friday At Stade Roland Garros Paris Purse: $21.1 million (Grand Slam) Surface: Clay-Outdoor Singles Men Semifinals Robin Soderling (5), Sweden, def. Tomas Berdych (15), Czech Republic, 6-3, 3-6, 5-7, 6-3, 6-3. Doubles Women Championship Serena and Venus Williams (1), United States, def. Kveta Peschke, Czech Republic, and Katarina Srebotnik (12), Slovenia, 6-2, 6-3.
GOLF Memorial Tournament Scores By The Associated Press Friday At Muirfield Village GC Dublin, Ohio Purse: $6 million Yardage: 7,366; Par 72 (36-36) Second Round a-denotes amateur Rickie Fowler 65-66 — Justin Rose 65-69 — Tim Petrovic 69-66 — Jim Furyk 68-67 — Jason Day 67-69 — Spencer Levin 68-68 — Stewart Cink 70-67 — Phil Mickelson 67-71 — Alex Cejka 71-67 — Tom Pernice, Jr. 72-67 — Matt Kuchar 71-68 — Steve Stricker 69-70 —
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more, and it’s giving the Lakers an early advantage. Game 2 is Sunday night at Staples Center. Although the current Gasol, who turns 30 next month, is a sharp-elbowed low-post player who rarely backs away from a physical confrontation, he realizes he was marked as a marshmallow from the moment he joined the NBA in 2001. “Most Europeans, we get that label no matter what,” Gasol said. “It’s just a given. It’s like you’ve got to prove every single game that you’re a tough player. It’s pretty interesting, but it’s more interesting that I keep (hearing about) it, which feels like there’s nothing better to talk about, which is a little sad.” Indeed, Gasol’s 28 months with the Lakers have given him a graduate diploma in the intensity necessary to win an NBA title. Gasol’s teammates don’t
Kenny Perry Ryan Moore Carl Pettersson Jeff Overton Steve Marino Bo Van Pelt Sean O’Hair Brett Quigley Adam Scott Brendon de Jonge Rory McIlroy Rory Sabbatini Ricky Barnes Dustin Johnson Tiger Woods Tim Clark Thongchai Jaidee Zach Johnson Pat Perez Matt Jones Aaron Baddeley Geoff Ogilvy J.B. Holmes D.J. Trahan J.P. Hayes Bubba Watson Andres Romero Jerry Kelly Peter Hanson Kevin Streelman Martin Laird Tom Lehman Tom Gillis Fredrik Jacobson Vijay Singh Bill Haas Henrik Stenson K.J. Choi Charley Hoffman Vaughn Taylor Woody Austin Kevin Sutherland D.A. Points Kevin Stadler Mark Calcavecchia Greg Chalmers Tim Herron Davis Love III Y.E. Yang Nathan Green Brian Davis Camilo Villegas John Senden Erik Compton Chad Collins John Merrick Bryce Molder Ben Curtis Brett Wetterich Failed to Qualify Mathew Goggin George McNeill John Mallinger Billy Mayfair Troy Merritt Rod Pampling Graham DeLaet Ernie Els Derek Lamely Jeff Maggert Robert Allenby Stuart Appleby Noh Seung-yul WC Liang Hunter Mahan Brandt Snedeker Jeev Milkha Singh Ryuji Imada Kevin Johnson Matt Hill Jason Dufner Webb Simpson Michael Letzig Angel Cabrera Chris Couch Boo Weekley Jonathan Byrd Michael Sim a-Byeong-Hun An Joe Ogilvie Troy Matteson Kris Blanks Lucas Glover Marc Leishman Blake Adams James Nitties Jimmy Walker Jason Bohn Brad Faxon Mike Weir Josh Teater Mark Wilson Alex Prugh Nick Watney Chris Wilson
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believe he fully understood it in 2008, when his arrival spurred them out of the Western Conference into the finals. “He’s deeply a part of us now, whereas in ’08, he had been with us a few months,” Derek Fisher said. “So the expectations and what this all meant was probably still foreign for him. Having been together two-plus, three years, the connective tissues and the core of our team is just stronger.” Gasol averaged 16.9 points and 9.3 rebounds in the 2008 playoffs, but the numbers don’t reflect the intimidation unleashed in the finals by Garnett, then a frustrated veteran in search of his first championship ring. Garnett hounded Gasol on both ends of the court, culminating in Gasol’s 11-point, five-turnover performance in Boston’s title-clinching victory.
The Sanford Herald / Saturday, June 5, 2010 / 5B
Girl thinks school project will lack the write stuff DEAR ABBY: I’m working on a school project with several other girls, but I have an issue with one of them. “Sara” wanted to write the paper for our project, which is a huge part of our grade. Once she started writing it, we all realized she wasn’t very good at it. I felt I could do a better job, and asked if I could do it instead -- or help critique and edit it. Sara refuses. I don’t want to start a fight or anything, but this is a large part of my grade, and the project is being entered in a contest that I really want to win. Is there a way I can get her to let me help, or should I just let it go? — REALLY WANTS TO WIN IN OHIO
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Happy Birthday: Pay your dues before moving on. Once you have taken care of business, the year will unfold to your liking, bringing with it new possibilities to excel. Make your environment comforting and comfortable. What you do now will enable you to move forward without regret or worry. Your numbers are 2, 12, 14, 17, 24, 38, 42 ARIES (March 21-April 19): Taking on too much or overdoing it will cause personal problems. Instead, listen and consider all your options. Someone you care about may try to persuade you to engage in something that doesn’t interest you. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): You can accomplish a lot if you are open about the way you feel. Love is highlighted. Set up special plans to meet new people if you are single or engage in a funfilled day with your current partner. Travel or visit romantic destinations. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Offering help may seem like a noble thing to do but don’t cross a line that you will regret or begrudge. Only do what you are comfortable doing. Added burdens will cause you to miss out on something that could change your life. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Accept the inevitable. You have to compromise and adapt to the situation around you if you want to advance. You can make anything work to your advantage if you adjust your way of thinking and your attitude. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): You have to be forwardthinking. You can expect to be confronted with some negative responses but, if you know what you are doing and you have a set goal, it will be difficult for anyone to stand in your way. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Do everything in your power to enhance an important partnership.
Taking time to address complaints or suggestions will show your dedication and sincere concern for others. Plan a fun-filled evening for the people or person you love most. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Develop a skill or talent you have not used to its full potential. You can even find a way to turn something you enjoy into a moneymaking endeavor. Don’t let a personal matter drag you down. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): You will have a much broader view of something you’ve been trying to pursue if you discuss your concerns with an experienced person. You’ll be surprised how simple it will be to make a couple of adjustments so that you can carry on. Love is highlighted. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): You’ll have a fight on your hands if you try to push someone to do things your way. Emotional upset will lead to a rebellious response. It’s best to let things cool down. Giving someone an ultimatum will not bode well. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan. 19): You can make amends with someone you care about if you are honest and are willing to compromise. Follow advice a close friend or relative offers. A day trip or visiting a place you have never been will make you realize you have much to be grateful for. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Keeping secrets or not telling someone the truth will cause more problems. Offer a straight answer to any questions asked. Uncertainty regarding your money, health or a legal matter should be addressed. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Put your heart on the line and let your feelings be known. If you are straight up about what you are doing and what you want to see happen, you can reach your goals. Love is looking very good, so make plans for a night out.
DEAR REALLY WANTS TO WIN: I’m sure your desire to win the contest is no less strong than that of your teammates. Who submits the paper should be a decision that the majority of you agree on. Discuss your concerns with them and take a vote. o DEAR ABBY: My husband and I recently had dinner with two other couples. As soon as the meal was finished, the woman on my left turned her back to me and leaned forward so I could neither see nor converse with the person sitting to her left. She remained like that for the duration of the dinner party. Our friends say she wasn’t an-
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gry or upset with me. She has done the same thing in other group gatherings, always with the same friend over whom she “hovers.” She will whisper to this friend and exclude everyone else. I honestly don’t think she is aware of how rude she is being. Any idea how I might approach her without hurting her feelings? — BLOCKED AT THE PARTY DEAR BLOCKED: The next time it happens, speak up and say, “Excuse me, but I’m isolated over here! Would you mind if I change places with your friend, so I can participate in a conversation while you two talk?” And in the future, because this happens regularly, their preference for talking only to each other should be taken into consideration when the seating is arranged. o
DEAR ABBY: I am a 27-yearold woman. Three weeks ago, I found out that my boyfriend of five months, “Louie,” and I are going to have a baby. This was not planned, and not a happy revelation. Louie and I are beginning to cope, and friends are really helping. My parents, however, are not. They are pushing me to marry Louie before the baby comes. I explained that I don’t want that stigma and that I would like to have a big wedding later, perhaps in 2012. My parents disagree and want nothing to do with a big wedding down the road since I won’t marry Louie now. This will be their first grandchild, and they are ruining the experience by stressing me out. By the way, because of financial hardship, I currently live at home with them. What should I do? — MAMA-TO-BE IN NEW JERSEY DEAR MAMA-TO-BE: At 27 you are an adult, and presumably able to make important decisions for yourself. Do not allow yourself to be rushed into a loveless marriage that could lead to more children and a subsequent divorce. If you and Louie are still together in 2012, you can have the wedding of your dreams then. But please be aware that your parents are under no obligation to pay for it.
ODDS AND ENDS
Shaq issues a one-on-one challenge — in spelling
Naturalist pines for vanity plate nixed by Michigan
WASHINGTON (AP) — Basketball great and reality TV star Shaquille O’Neal tried to add another championship title to his resume: spelling champion. The hoops star challenged last year’s champion speller, 14-year-old Kavya Shivashankar, to a spell-off on Friday during a break at Scripps National Spelling Bee. Reporters weren’t allowed to watch. The showdown was taped for O’Neal’s “Shaq Vs.” reality show. Beforehand, O’Neal and Kavya exchanged some scripted trash talk. She said she would accept his challenge, warning him she beat Jimmy Kimmel in a similar challenge last year. “Are you sure you want to do this?” she asked O’Neal. “I did win the National Spelling Bee last year.” “Keep in mind I have my bachelor’s and master’s, and I’m ready to go,” he said.
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A tree lover who wanted to honor Michigan’s state tree with license plates bearing its Latin name has had his plans nixed for fear the tags could cause offense. Sierra Club forestry expert Marvin Roberson had hoped for PINUS vanity plates, representing the white pine whose Latin name is pinus strobus. The Department of State panel that vets vanity plate requests has voiced concern that the name could be confused with a word for the male sexual organ. State spokeswoman Kelly Chesney says the Michigan Vehicle Code bans “letter combinations which might carry a connotation offensive to good taste and decency.” Roberson says he loves pines and hopes Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land overturns the decision.
Man mauled after smoking pot can get workers’ comp
Ladies and gentleman, Elvis is on the Minn. ballot
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A Montana judge says it’s not a worker’s fault he got mauled by a grizzly bear at a tourist attraction, even if he smoked marijuana before trying to feed the animal. Brock Hopkins acknowledged smoking pot before arriving to work at Great Bear Adventures on Nov. 2, 2007. When he entered the bear’s pen, he was attacked and had to be hospitalized. The owner of the attraction near Glacier National Park says Hopkins was a volunteer and that his use of marijuana caused the accident. But Judge James Jeremiah Shea of the state Workers’ Compensation Court ruled last month that Hopkins is eligible for benefits.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — An Elvis impersonator wearing a red jump suit has filed for office as the running mate of a gubernatorial candidate seeking Minnesota’s GOP nomination. A spokesman for Minnesota’s secretary of state says Todd “Elvis” Anderson hopes to be certified on the primary ballot, running for the position of lieutenant governor alongside Ole Savior, a perennial office seeker. Minnesota law forbids improper names and requires candidates to sign a statement vouching for their ballot name as the one by which they are “commonly and generally known in the community.”
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We are all of great value in God’s eyes Q: Those psychologists I watch on TV say we need to have a healthy self-image but they never say how to get one -- at least not in a way that helps me. I admit I get down on myself and blame myself for everything, but what good would it do for me to just tell myself I’m not so bad after all? -- Mrs. J.D. A: It probably wouldn’t do you any good -- not if you were deceiving yourself into thinking you didn’t need to face your problems and do something about them. Selfdeception isn’t the foundation for a healthy self-image. I’m not a psychologist, of course -- but it’s true that someone who’s constantly down on himself or herself is likely to feel unhappy and unfulfilled. And often our childhood experiences influence this. If our parents (for example) told us we were stupid and doomed to failure, then we’d probably grow up thinking it was true. This is one reason why parents need to watch what they say to their children, and constantly let them know they are loved. It’s not always easy to overcome these feelings; a wise counselor may be helpful. But the real key, I’m convinced, is to begin seeing ourselves not through our own eyes or the eyes of others -- but through God’s eyes. God made you -- and you are valuable in His sight. You are so valuable that His Son was willing to give His life for you, so you could become part of God’s family forever. Open your heart and life to Jesus Christ, and thank Him for His love for you. Then ask Him to help you meet your problems with His wisdom and strength.
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001 Legals 001 Legals 10 SP 132 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NORTH CAROLINA, LEE COUNTY Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained in that certain Deed of Trust executed by NICKY E. SESSOMS AN UNMARRIED MAN to TRSTE, INC., Trustee(s), which was dated January 19, 2005 and recorded on January 24, 2005 in Book 00955 at Page 0026, Lee County Registry, North Carolina.
Default having been made in the payment of the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the undersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, having been substituted as Trustee in said Deed of Trust, and the holder of the note evidencing said indebtedness having directed that the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at the courthouse door of the county courthouse where the property is located, or the usual and customary location at the county courthouse for conducting the sale on June 9, 2010 at 10:00AM, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described property situated in Lee County, North Carolina, to wit:
transfer and conveyance “AS IS WHERE IS.” There are no representations of warranty relating to the title or any physical, environmental, health or safety conditions existing in, on, at, or relating to the property being offered for sale. This sale is made subject to all prior liens, unpaid taxes, any unpaid land transfer taxes, special assessments, easements, rights of way, deeds of release, and any other encumbrances or exceptions of record. To the best of the knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the current owner(s) of the property is/are Nicky E. Sessoms.
10 SP 127 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NORTH CAROLINA, LEE COUNTY Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained in that certain Deed of Trust executed by ARISLEYDA HINESTROZA, AND HUSBAND, OSCAR MONTES to JACKIE MILLER, Trustee(s), which was dated November 26, 2007 and recorded on December 6, 2007 in Book 01114 at Page 0948, Lee County Registry, North Carolina. Default having been made in the payment of the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the undersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, having been substituted as Trustee in said Deed of Trust, and the holder of the note evidencing said indebtedness having directed that the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at the courthouse door of the county courthouse where the property is located, or the usual and customary location at the county courthouse for conducting the sale on June 9, 2010 at 10:00AM, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described property situated in Lee County, North Carolina, to wit:
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. The notice shall also state that upon termination of a rental agreement, the tenant is liable for rent due under the ALL THAT CERTAIN rental agreement pro- LOT OR PARCEL OF rated to the effective LAND SITUATE IN BEING ALL OF LOT date of the terminaWEST SANFORD NO. 216, Section tion. TOWNSHIP, LEE Four, St. Andrews COUNTY, NORTH Subdivision, as If the trustee is unCAROLINA, AND shown on map of able to convey title to MORE PARTICUsame recorded in Plat this property for any Cabinet 1, Slide 209, reason, the sole reme- LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: Lee County Registry, dy of the purchaser is BEING ALL OF LOT to which plat referthe return of the deNO. 4, LONGVIEW ence is hereby made posit. Reasons of ACRES, SECTION, for a more perfect de- such inability to conACCORDING TO scription. vey include, but are THE MAP RECORDnot limited to, the fil- ED ON THE OFFICESubject to restrictive ing of a bankruptcy OF THE REGISTER covenants recorded petition prior to the OF DEEDS OF LEE in Book 294, Page 720, confirmation of the COUNTY IN PLAT Lee County Registry. sale and reinstateCABINET 1, SLIDE ment of the loan 86. REFERENCED TO Save and except any withreleases, deeds of re- out the knowledge of SAID MAP IS HEREBY MADE FOR lease or prior conveythe trustee. If the GREATER CERTAINances of record. valTY OF DESCRIPidity of the sale is TION. Said property is comchallenged by any monly known as 4117 party, the trustee, in BEING THE SAME Carson Drive, San- their sole discretion, PROPERTY CONford, NC 27332. if they believe the VEYED TO ARIchallenge to have SLEYDA HINESTROThird party purchasmerit, may request ZA AND HUSBAND ers must pay the exthe court to declare OSCAR MONTES cise tax, and the court the sale to be void costs of Forty-Five and return the depos- BY DEED FROM ANGELA W. BARCents (45¢) per One it. The purchaser TLETT, UNMARHundred Dollars will have no further RIED RECORDED ($100.00) pursuant to remedy. 06/30/2004 IN DEED NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). A BOOK 924 PAGE 446, cash deposit (no perIN THE REGISTER sonal checks) of five OF DEEDS OFFICE percent (5%) of the Substitute Trustee OF LEE COUNTY, purchase price, or Brock & Scott, PLLC NORTH CAROLINA. Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, By:__________________ TAX ID# 9632-64-371600 will be required at _________ (SEAL) the time of the sale. Jeremy B. Wilkins, Save and except any Following the expiraNCSB No. 32346 releases, deeds of retion of the statutory 5431 Oleander Drive lease or prior conveyupset bid period, all Suite 200 ances of record. the remaining Wilmington, NC amounts are immedi28403 ately due and owing. PHONE: (910) 392-4988 Said property to be offered pursuant to this Notice of Sale is being offered for sale,
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Jeremy B. Wilkins, tomarily held. You NCSB No. 32346 will be notified of any 5431 Oleander Drive change in the hour, Suite 200 date and place of sale. Wilmington, NC The real property se28403 cured by the aboveThird party purchas- PHONE: (910) 392-4988 described Deed of ers must pay the exFAX: (910) 392-8587 Trust is located in the cise tax, and the court County of Lee, State costs of Forty-Five File No.: 10-06978of North Carolina, Cents (45¢) per One FC01 and is more particuHundred Dollars larly described as fol($100.00) pursuant to AMENDED NOTICE lows: OF HEARING FOR BEING ALL OF LOT NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). A SERVICE BY cash deposit (no per80, as shown on map sonal checks) of five PUBLICATIO STATE entitled "Survey for OF NORTH Olde Jonesboro, Secpercent (5%) of the purchase price, or CAROLINA COUNTY tion III", dated JanuOF LEE GENERAL Seven Hundred Fifty ary 8, 1999, by ThoDollars ($750.00), COURT OF JUSTICE mas J. Matthews, SUPERIOR COURT Registered Land Surwhichever is greater, DIVISION will be required at veyor, recorded in 10 SP 141 the Office of the Regthe time of the sale. IN ister of Deeds of Lee Following the expiraRE: Foreclosure of tion of the statutory County in Plat Cabiupset bid period, all Real Property Under net 9, Slide 19-H. RefDeed of Trust from erence to said map is the remaining amounts are immedi- WILLIAM C GRIFFIN hereby made for and wife, Catherine ately due and owing. greater certainty of A. Griffin, in the description. Save and original amount of Said property to be ofexcept any releases, $104,850.00, fered pursuant to this deeds of release or payable to SUN- prior conveyances of Notice of Sale is being offered for sale, TRUST MORTGAGE, record. Said Property INC., dated transfer and conveyis commonly known August 30, 2001 and ance “AS IS WHERE as 1608 Mattie Road, IS.” There are no recorded on SeptemSanford, NC 27330. ber 4, 2001 in Book rep7.Any right of the 754 at Page 102, Lee resentations of wardebtor to pay the inCounty Registry ranty relating to the debtedness or cure title or any physical, Brock & Scott, PLLC, the default if such is Substitute Trustee environmental, permitted. 8.The health or safety con- To: Catherine Adcock Holder has confirmed Griffin and William in writing to the perditions existing in, Chalmers Griffin son giving the notice, on, at, or relating to Property Address: the property being ofor if the Holder has 1608 Mattie Road fered for sale. This given the notice, the Sanford, NC 27330 Holder has confirmed sale is made subject to all prior liens, unin the notice, that paid taxes, any un- 1.YOU ARE HEREBY within 30 days of the NOTIFIED that the date of the notice, the paid land transfer Clerk of Superior taxes, special assessdebtor was sent by ments, easements, Court of Lee County First Class Mail at rights of way, deeds shall conduct a hearthe debtor’s last of release, and any ing pursuant to North known address a Carolina General other encumbrances written statement of Statutes §45-21.16 the amount of princior exceptions of rewith respect to the pal and interest that cord. To the best of the knowledge and foreclosure of certain the Holder claims in belief of the under- real property herein- good faith is owed as after set forth. signed, the current of the date of the The above hearing owner(s) of the propwriterty is/are Arisleyda shall be conducted on ten statement, a daily July 20, 2010 at interest charge based Hinestroza and hus2:30PM at: band Oscar Montes. on the contract rate Lee County Clerk of as of the date of the An Order for posses- Court 1400 S. Horner statement, and the Blvd Sanford, NC sion of the property amount of other exmay be issued pur- 27330-2.The name and penses the Holder address of the contends it is owed as suant to G.S. 45-21.29 current in favor of the purof the date of the holder of the abovechaser and against statement. 9.The described Deed of the party or parties in Holder, or the servpossession by the Trust and the indebticer acting on the clerk of superior edness secured thereHolder's behalf, has court of the county in by is: SunTrust Mort- confirmed in writing gage, Inc., P.O. Box which the property is to the Substitute sold. Any person 27767, Richmond, VA Trustee giving this 23261. 3.The Holder who occupies the notice that to the has instructed the property pursuant to knowledge of the a rental agreement said Substitute TrustHolder, or the servee who has been apentered into or reicer acting on the pointed in a duly re- Holder's behalf, withnewed on or after October 1, 2007, may, af- corded instrument in in the two years prethe above-described ter receiving the noceding the date of Deed of Trust to tice of sale, terminate this insti- notice, the debtor has the rental agreement tute foreclosure pro- not sent any “written upon 10 days’ written notice to the ceedings, pursuant to requests for informalandlord. The notice the power of sale contion regarding a distained therein, beshall also state that pute or error involvcause of default in upon termination of ing the debtor’s acthe count” (per NCGS 45a failure to make payrental agreement, the 93) to the Holder or ments of principal tenant is liable for servicer. and interest under 10.You have the right rent due under the rental agreement pro- the Promissory Note to appear before the rated to the effective secured by said Deed Clerk of Superior of Trust. 4.The Court for Lee County date of the terminaHolder tion. at this hearing at has accelerated the which time you shall maturity of the debt be afforded the opporIf the trustee is unable to convey title to secured by the above- tunity to show cause described Deed of as to why the foreclothis property for any reason, the sole reme- Trust.5.You have the sure should not be alright in accordance dy of the purchaser is lowed to proceed. the return of the de- with North Carolina 11.If the debtor does posit. Reasons of General Statutes Sec- not intend to contest such inability to con- tion 45-21.20 to termithe creditor's allegavey include, but are nate the power of sale tions of default, the being exercised in debtor does not have not limited to, the filthis foreclosure pro- to appear at the hearing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the ceeding if you pay in ing and that the debtfull, or tender payconfirmation of the or's failure to attend ment in full, the insale and reinstatethe hearing will not debtedness secured ment of the loan affect the debtor's with- by the Deed of Trust right to pay the inand the expenses in- debtedness and thereout the knowledge of the trustee. If the curred in this matter by prevent the proprior to the sale or valposed sale, or to atprior to the expiraidity of the sale is tend the actual sale, tion of the time for challenged by any should the debtor party, the trustee, in submitting any upset elect to do so. bid after sale or retheir sole discretion, 12.The Trustee, or sale has been held. Substitute Trustee, is if they believe the You also have the challenge to have a neutral party and, right to cure the de- while holding that pomerit, may request the court to declare fault if allowed by the sition in the forecloDeed of Trust. sure proceeding, may the sale to be void and return the depos- 6.The date and time of not advocate for the foreclosure sale will it. The purchaser secured creditor or be on the August 10, will have no further for the debtor in the 2010 at 10:00AM and remedy. foreclosure the place of sale will proceeding. be the Lee County 13.The debtor has the Courthouse, at the right to apply to a courthouse door of judge of the superior Substitute Trustee the county courtBrock & Scott, PLLC court pursuant to house where the G.S. 45?21.34 to property is located, or enjoin By:__________________ the usual and custom- the sale, upon any le_________ (SEAL) ary place where foregal or equitable closure sales are cusSaid property is commonly known as 312 Winterlocken Drive, Sanford, NC 27330.
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001 Legals ground that the court may deem sufficient prior to the time that the rights of the parties to the sale or resale become fixed, provided that the debtor complies with the requirements of G.S. 45?21.34. 14.The debtor has the right to appear at the hearing and contest the evidence that the clerk is to consider under G.S.45?21.16(d), and that to authorize the foreclosure the clerk must find the existence of: (i) valid debt of which the party seeking to foreclose is the Holder, (ii) default, (iii) right to foreclose under the DOT, (iv) notice to those entitled to notice, and (v) that the underlying mortgage debt is not a subprime loan as defined in G.S. 45?101(4), or if the loan is a subprime loan under G.S. 45?101(4), that the pre?foreclosure notice under G.S. 45?102 was provided in all material respects, and that the periods of time established by Article 11 of this Chapter have elapsed, then the clerk shall authorize the mortgagee or Trustee to proceed under the instrument, and the mortgagee or trustee can give notice of and conduct a sale pursuant to the provisions of this Article. 15.If the debtor fails to appear at the hearing, the Substitute Trustee will ask the clerk for an order to sell the Property being foreclosed. 16.The debtor has the right to seek the advice of an attorney and that free legal services may be available to the debtor by contacting Legal Aid of North Carolina or other legal services organizations.17.If the foreclosure sale is consummated, the purchaser will be entitled to possession of the Property at the time of the delivery of his/her Deed, and if the prior record owner is still in possession at that time, that owner can be evicted. 18.The name and address of the Substitute Trustee are listed below. 19.You should keep the Substitute Trustee or Holder notified in writing of your address so that you may be mailed copies of the Notice of Sale setting forth the terms under which the sale will be held, as well as notice of any postponements of such sale or Notice of Resale. 20.The hearing may be held on a date later that that stated in this Notice of Hearing, and you will be notified of any change in the hearing date. 21.The subject Property shall be sold by the Substitute Trustee or his agent at the usual and customary place designated for such sales at Lee County Courthouse, at a specified time and date, should this obligation not be earlier satisfied. 22.As defined by §45101(4), the subject loan is a non-subprime loan and is not subject to additional notices as required by G.S. 45-102 and G.S. 45-103. 23.Irrespective of the requirements outlined in paragraph 22, the Substitute Trustee has confirmed that the notice required by G.S. 53-243.11(21) has been complied with. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FEDERAL FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. If you have received a discharge in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, we are aware you are not personally obligated for this debt. Please be advised that these notices are required for foreclosure in this state. Respectfully submitted on: 6 / 2 / 2010.
Substitute Trustee Brock & Scott, PLLC Jeremy B. Wilkins, NCSB No. 32346 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington, NC 28403 EXECUTOR NOTICE
HAVING qualified as Executor of the estate of Lucille C. Hall, deceased, late of Lee County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to present them to the undersigned within three months from June 5, 2010 or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate please make immediate payment. This 5, day of June, 2010. Pamela B. Gillis 6689 Swann Station Road Sanford, NC, 27332 Executor/trix of the estate of Lucille C. Hall (June 5, 12, 19, 26)
Public Hearing Announcement
The Supervisors of the Lee Soil & Water Conservation District will hold a Public Hearing on their 20102011 Fiscal Year Budget at 7:00PM, Wednesday, June 16th in the Conference Room at the McSwain Extension & Educaion Center located at 2420 Tramway Road. A coopy of the Proposed Budget will be available for public inspection.
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120 Personals White Female 65 years old looking for white companionship No Drugs No Alcohol Smoking Ok. 910-315-3842
190 Yard Sales 3 families, rain or shine. 3107 Royal Pines Dr, Fri, 8am-5pm; Sat, 8am-1pm. HH, furniture, pictures, bedding, phones, clothes, new items each day. Much more! You’ll find it here! 3 Family Garage & Yard Sale, Sat June 5th 2610 Patton Street Different Things, Lawn Mowers and Bicycles 677 Poplar Springs Church Road Saturday 7am-Until Iron Skillets 919-356-8538 Ask about our YARD SALE SPECIAL
8 lines/2 days*
Get a FREE “kit”: 6 signs, 60 price stickers, 6 arrows, marker, inventory sheet, tip sheet! *Days must be consecutive Back Porch Yard Sale 3112 Pinelake DR Sanford Saturday 7am - 1pm Lots of Items, Clothes, Appliances, Toys, Yard Supplies, and more!!! Big Yard Sale 153 Big Springs Rd Sanford NC 3.6 Miles from light in Tramway Look For Signs Center Church Road Saturday 7am-Until Women Clothing, Shoes, Pocket Books, Children Shoes, Elliptical A BUNCH OF STUFF !!! Garage Yard Sale 7am-Until 62 Buie Road Near Western Harnett High School 499-1211 Play Station 2, Highchair, Infant & Toddler Boy Clothes and Girl’s 6x-8 Clothing, HH Items, Copier, Monitor and lots more! Got stuff leftover from your yard sale or items in your house that you don’t want? Call us and we will haul it away for free. 356-2333 or 270-8788
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190 Yard Sales
240 Cars - General
Fourth Annual Sanford Academy Yard Sale Sat. 7am-1pm at 2731 Lee Ave. Multi-Family. Furniture, clothes, what nots.
Automobile Policy: Three different automobile ads per household per year at the â€œFamily Rateâ€?. In excess of 3, billing will be at the â€œBusiness Rateâ€?.
470 Help Wanted Medical/Dental
720 For Rent - Houses
HAVING A YARD SALE?
3br 1.5BA Central Heat & Air. LG Rooms Screen In Porch, Vinyl Windows Broadway 258-9887
960 Statewide Classifieds
cuelas secundaries, South960 ern Lee High y Lee County 4649 Statewide High, puede ser visto en el The DEADLINE for terreno de Southern Lee Classifieds High School, 2301 TramAds is 2 P.M. WANTED: LIFE AGENTS. Six Room House For Rent way Road, Sanford, North AUCTIONS can be promotthe day PRIOR Potential to Earn $500 a 604 Cox Maddox Rd. ed in multiple markets with Carolina. Para hacer una CASH for JUNK to publication. Day. Great Agent Benefits. HUGE multi family moving 4BR/2BA, Lg. Yard-Garden cita, llame al Sr. Gary Hart, one easy and affordable PREPAYMENT IS Commissions Paid Daily. CARS. No title OK! sale. Saturday 7am-12noon Space, $600/mo SLHS, 919-718-2400 ext. ad placement. Your ad will REQUIRED FOR Liberal Underwriting. 500 910-364-5762 2717 Sunnybrook Drive $600/security 775-3254 be published in 114 NC 3249. YARD SALE ADS. Leads, Leads, Leads. Life Inoff Amos Bridges Road. or 770-0128 Free Pets Subasta: El sabado, 05de newspapers for only $330. surance, License Required. THE SANFORD HERALD, 250 HH Items, TV, Weight Eq., You reach 1.7 million readjunio de 2010 CLASSIFIED DEPT. Call 1-888-713-6020. THE SANFORD HERALD Dresser/Desks, Stereo and Trucks Southern Lee High School ers with the North Carolina 718-1201 or 520 makes every effort to follow MUCH MORE! Statewide Classified Ad 10am - Se puede ver la 718-1204 HUD guidelines in rental 1997 F350 Ford Dually Free Dogs Network. Call this newspacasa a partir a 9am SLT NEEDS CDL A team advertisements placed by Powerstroke, Low Miles, per's classified department 650 9 Mix Hounds. drivers with Hazmat. our advertisers. We reserve Moving Multi Family Yard Great Shape, Full 4 Doors, or visit www.ncpress.com Mother is a red bond $2,000 Bonus. Teams split the right to refuse or Sale Saturday 7am-11am Household/Furniture Asking $9,000. 919-4783685 sq. feet. New home hound. $0.68 for all miles. O/O change ad copy as 2302 & 2204 6904 or 919-776-6820 stick built on your lot. A All New Furniture Free to a Good Home. teams paid $1.65-$2.00 necessary for Brownstone Drive anytime. $169,900 turnkey. NC AUCTIONS, Real EsFactory Direct 919-247-7063 per mile. 1-877-253-2897 HUD compliances. Lots of House Hold Items 919-777-0393 tate, Personal Property, OnBed Sets $195 5PC $495 â€˘98 Ford Ranger 6 cyl., / 1-800-835-9471. site, Online, Waterfront, W. Sanford, 2800 sq. ft. *Houses/Mobile Homes/Real Sofa & Loveseats $495 Aut.,Air $3,500 Free Chihuahua Mix Antiques, Vehicles, ComEstate Policy: One (house) per MOVING SALE 3BR/2.5BA, sunrm, fam. Sectional$495 Dining$145 175000 Miles Puppies To Good Home mercial, Industrial. Iron household per year at the 3218 Courtney Lane rm., DR., Kit w. Appl. pool 910-639-9555 â€˘1984 Ford F150 Aut. 919-356-7213 â€œFamily Rateâ€?.Consecutive Horse Auction, NCAL3936, off Winterlocken 7am-1pm Long Bed 1 Owner $1500 privileges, $950/mo. DRIVERS- FOOD TANKER different locations/addresses 910-997-2248, www.ironA Brand New Pillowtop 1st Yard Sale in 18 Years S. Lee Sch Dist. 777-3340. OBO 919-548-5286 Drivers Needed. OTR posiwill be billed horseauction.com. Free Puppies To Good Queen Sets $125 Furniture, HH Items, Dining at the â€œBusiness Rateâ€?. tions available NOW! CDLW. Tramway. Brick 3BR Home Chow Mix King Sets $225 Room Table, Chairs, China 255 A w/Tanker Required. Out1BA, Cen. H&A. $600/mo 777-9235 Open house Sunday Twin $115 Full $125 Cabinet, Walnut & standing Pay & Benefits! Sport Utilities + Dep Reply To: June 6 2-4 All models brand new! Mahogany Beds, Living Call a Recruiter TODAY! PO BOX 100 Sanford NC AUCTION- 3 FORMER AU1902 Windsong Dr 910-639-9555 Room Furniture, Free Puppies! 2003 Nissan Murano SL 877-484-3066. www.oa27331 Ad # 17 TO DEALERSHIPS, Wilson, Sanford, NC 3 bed 3 full TOO MUCH TO MENTION 4 Lab Mixes (All Girls) AWD, Leather, Sunroof, kleytransport.com A New Queen Pillowtop NC 29,000+ Convertible bath brick home Free To Good Home! Need Heated Seats, Great We can help you buy new Multi Set $150. New In Plastic, Sq. Ft. on 5 Acres700K ( West Sanford) to be â€œhomedâ€? by the 11th Condition, $13,200. stick built construction Family Must Sell! Min/7%BP - Monday, June Call Jennifer Call: 919-498-1995 Call: 919-356-5602 DRIVERS- CDL/A. Up to 1100 sq feet. $69,900 Yard Sale 910-691-8388 14, 6:30 PM- United Coun919-280-6608 .42CPM. More Miles, Fewturn key. 919-777-0393 Saturday try/Stone Auction & Realty 600 105 Balsam Lane & CLASSIFIED DEADer Layovers! $2,000 Sign7am-12 Noon 660 NCAL561, 252-235-2200 304 Hemlock Sanford, Merchandise LINE: 2:00 PM On Bonus! Full Benefits. No 730 3113 Harward Drive or www.stone-auction.com NC New Construction Sporting Goods/ felonies. OTR Experience DAY BEFORE If Rain will For Rent (Arbor Glen) Health & Fitness Required. Lease Purchase PUBLICATION. (2:00 601 be Canceled 1906 Autumn Court Apts/Condos Available. 800-441-4271, pm Friday for Bargain Bin/ Sanford NC 3 bed/2 full GOT STUFF? xNC-100 Multi Family Yard Sale 1 BR Officiance Furnished ABSOLUTE AUCTION - SatSat/Sun ads). Sanbath ranch New $250 or Less CALL CLASSIFIED! 7am - Until 803 Long Utilities Included. urday, June 12 at 10 a.m. Construction West ford Herald, ClassiStreet Rd Sanford SANFORD HERALD $125/Weekly *â€œBargain Binâ€? ads are free for 990 Biscayne Drive, ConSanford fied Dept., DRIVER- CDL-A. Make Big off Woodland Trails Rd CLASSIFIED DEPT., five consecutive days. Items must 919-336-2848 cord, NC. Inventory of Fa1220 Caviness Drive 718-1201 or $$ with Flatbed! Limited Washer, Sewing Machine, total $250 or less, and the price 718-1201 or Sanford, NC 3 bed/2bath lapco Plumbing. New Kitchtarping. OTR Runs. Profesmust be included in the ad. Toys, Boys Clothes 4t - 8, 718-1204 2BR, family & dining rm en Cabinets. Hundreds of 718-1204. brick ranch in West Multiple items at a single price sional Equipment. Western Large Size Clothes, Dishes, w/FPs, Sun rm,1st flr apt. New Faucets, Tubs, JacuzSanford (i.e., jars $1 each), and Express. Class A-CDL, 300 and Lots of Different Items. 1700 sq. ft., $625 mo + 665 zis, Tools & Equipment. animals/pets do not qualify. TWIC CARD and good Junior Clths 13-17 dep. Private Entrance Businesses/Services One free â€œBargain Binâ€? ad per Musical/Radio/TV www.ClassicAuctions.com Exit Realty and Associates driving record a must. We 919-777-3340 household per month. 704-791-8825. Call 919-280-6608 Multi Family Yard Sale accept long form and mediCLASSIFIED SELLS! NCAF5479. 320 Furn. Tools, Clothes, Toys, Candlewood Apts. cal card. 866-863-4117. â€œCALL TODAY, PUBLISHERâ€™S 1 fly rod , 1 regular trout What Nots, No Early Birds $475/mo 1BD/1BA Child Care SELL TOMORROWâ€? NOTICE rod also over 50 fly lures Please 8am-Until Adcock Rentals Sanford Herald ABSOLUTE ESTATE AUCSummer Fun Camp $50.00 firm never 1275 Minter School Road. 774-6046 SPRING INTO A NEW CAClassified Dept., TION- Saturday, June 12 at June 11th-August 24th used 499-3865 REER- KNIGHT TRANSPOR718-1201 or 718SPRING CLEANING! 9 a.m., Goldsboro. WilLong Stay? Try $35 for 2 Weeks TATION- Express positions 1204 Come shop for the finest hh liamson Farm Road, DudCandlewood Apts. Open Registration Friday available. Recent Driver 2 - Barrister Bookcases with items, kids toys, clothes, ley, NC. Assets from Bob Adcock Rentals from 3-7 and Saturday from glass doors. 5â€™ High x 29â€™â€™ pay Increase. '07 & newer 670 kitchen goods, electronics, Dickerson Mobile Homes 774-6046 9-1 at 302 Raleigh Street model trucks. No forced wide. Great Shape $100 wedding dresses and much Movers (deceased). Mobile Horses/Livestock 708-2417 dispatch. Call Jeff 800-832919-776-9907 more! Located in home toters, hundreds of 740 8356, Or apply online 2 Male 5 Year Old AppaWest Landing ... 370 For Rent - Mobile All real estate advertising in tools, etc. Clark Auction, www.driveforknighttrans.co loosa Mules, 1 6 Year 2 in 1 Oven Kenmoore this newspaper is subject to 3412 Windmere Drive 734-5020. See Home Repair m Homes White for $75, Kitchen Aid Old Miniture Mule Asking the Federal Fair Housing auctionzip.com Yard Sale $800 a piece OBO Dishwasher $50, Ask for Act 1968 which makes it L.C Harrell 14X70 MH 2BR 1.5BA 5709 McDaniel Drive 919-498-5525 Greg 777-9008 Home Improvement Washer & Dryer, Central illegal to advertise â€œany Saturday 8am-Until preference, limitation or dis- DONATE YOUR VEHICLEDecks, Porches, Buildings Heat and Air, County REGIONAL DRIVERS NEED675 Women Clothes, Plus Size crimination based on race, Receive $1000 Grocery 2 Sets Crosscountry Skis Remodel/Repair, Electrical Water Furnished, ED! More Hometime! Top Women Clothes, HH Items, Pets/Animals color, religion, sex, handiCoupon. United Breast $35 each. Wicker Rocker Pressure Washing $425/mo Private Lot No Pay! Newer Equipment! Up Lots of Toys!!! cap, familial status, or Cancer Foundation. Free $10. 3x5 Wall Mirror $30. Interior-Exterior Pets 919-499-5558 to $0.43/mile company *Pets/Animals Policy: Everything Must Go !!! national origin or an inten- Mammograms, Breast CanKirby Vacuum (Needs Quality Work Johnsonville Area Three different (Pet) ads per drivers! 12 months OTR retion to make any such prefcer info: www.ubcf.info. Work) $10. 919-498-6406 Affordable Prices household per year at the Yard Sale 6/5/10 7-Until quired. Heartland Express. erence, limitation or dis- Free Towing, Tax DeductiNo job Too Small â€œFamily Rateâ€?. In excess of 3, 3BR 2BA H CO off 87 3701 Dinkins Drive off Wil1-800-441-4953. billing will be at the crimination.â€? ble, Non-Runners Accepted, No Job Too Large No Pets Ref $475/mo + lett Road TVs, Love Seat, Air Conditioner 6,000 BTU www.heartlandexpress.com â€œBusiness Rateâ€?. This newspaper will not 1-888-468-5964. (919)770-3853 dep 919-353-2250 Lamps, Bed Spreads, Lots $50. 18,000 BTU $150. knowingly accept any of Clothes, and HH Stuff Table & Chairs. $40 CKC 4 month old black 3BR/2BA 400 advertisement for real ALL CASH VENDING! Do Under Car Port Call 777-5429 pug 910-947-1059 $575/month estate which is in violation You Earn Up to $800/day Employment Rain or Shine MONEY FOR SCHOOL- Ex910-639-7202 $575/deposit of the law. Our readers are (potential)? Your own local citing career fields with US All Metal Dog Box that will Call: 910-528-7505 hereby informed that all Yard Sale Sat 8-12 route. 25 Machines and 420 Navy. High demand for nu680 fit a long bed pick up with dwellings advertised in this Candy. All for $9,995. 12113 Oriole Circle Small 2BR Mobile Home clear specialists and SEALS. double doors. $80 obo Help Wanted Farm Produce newspaper available on an 888-753-3458, MultiVend, Summer Clothes, HH Items, $400/month Paid training, excellent ben776-1415 or 353-4988 equal opportunity basis. 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Southern Lee High School Cavaliers Class of 2010
Lee County High School Yellow Jackets Class of 2010
Ryan Choolin Chew
Lee County High School
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Southern Lee High School
The Sanford Herald / Saturday, June 5, 2010 / 3c
Silvia De Jesus
Lee County High School
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Lee County and Southern Lee photographs were provided by the respective schools. There may be graduates whose photographs were not provided to The Herald. Congratulations to all graduates!
Congratulation Jeremy !!! Love,
Mom & Dad
!JIBM<OPG<ODJIN We are really proud of you! Union Pines High School Class of 2010
Love, Daddy & Susan, Hayley, Erin & Michael and Grandma
We are so proud of you. Stay focused and always put God first in all that you do.
Patrick you are a wonderful grandson, and we are so proud of you!
Good Luck at ECU this fall! Granny & Papa Oldham
Mom, Dad, and Grandma Overton
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Southern Lee High School
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N.C. School of Science & Math (Lee graduates)
Genevieve Conty (Not pictured)
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Grace Christian School Class of 2010 Priscilla Barron
Eyes may water ...as she walks across the stage, sparkling on the inside... and on the outside with her graduation surprise.
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Class of 2010 | The O’Neal School For your accomplishments, your character, your integrity, your dedication, your faith and the privilege of being a part of your immediate family throughout these high school years, we are so grateful. And as you embark upon the next stage of your life as a member of the Class of 2014 at Elon University as an Elon Communications Fellow, we look forward to all the ways you’ll continue to enrich those around you!
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Lee Christian School Class of 2010 Cameron Bjork
8c / Saturday, June 5, 2010 / The Sanford Herald
Lee Early College Class of 2010
The O’Neal School (Lee graduates) Class of 2010
Zachar y Bradford Jeremiah 29:11 says, “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”
Congratulations on your Graduation
Class of 2010 Crandall University
Congratulations on all the accomplishments you have achieved through the years.
We are so proud of you!
We love you dearly.
We are so proud of you and we love you!
Mom & Sarah
Grandma, Lisa, Brian, Morgan & Alli
We Love You!
Dad, Mom, Adam, Alec and Anna
The Sanford Herald / Saturday, June 5, 2010 / 9c
Floyd Knight School Class of 2010
Calvary Education Center Class of 2010
Lee County Homeschoolers Class of 2010
10c / Saturday, June 5, 2010 / The Sanford Herald