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Shaw man, daughter to ride in Tour de Cure BY JADE ANDERSON A Shaw man is preparing to bike 100 miles in less than a week, and he won’t be doing it alone. Gary Rudman, retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant colonel now serving as the deputy director of safety for the 9th Air Force and United States Air Forces Central Command at Shaw Air Force Base, will participate May 4 in the 23rd Tour de Cure in Little Mountain Reunion Park. The 22-year veteran actually started looking for a ride following the death of his

Uncle Arnold “Arnie” Lipshires who died from Parkinson’s Disease. After finding no Parkinson’s charity bike rides in South Carolina, he learned about and researched Tour de Cure, which raises money for diabetes research. It didn’t matter the event isn’t for Parkinson’s. “My thoughts were my Uncle Arnie would be happy looking down upon me as I rode to help others to find a

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cure for diabetes,” Rudman said. “My intention was simply to ride in honor of my uncle and to help others in the process.” This year, he is serving on the Tour de Cure Planning Committee as well, and his 15-year-old daughter, Hannah Rudman, also plans to participate in the ride. “When my dad came through the finish line these past years, I thought how much of an exciting feeling

that must be and wanted to try it,” said the Irmo High School sophomore. She’ll be doing 15 miles. The ride offers different length segments of 5 miles, 15 miles, 50 miles, 65 miles and 100 miles. In 2010, Rudman rode 65 miles, but since then, he’s tackled the 100mile route. “I think it’s great Gary has got his daughter involved because we need to educate our children on healthy livPHOTO PROVIDED ing and how we can possibly prevent diseases such as dia- Hannah Rudman, left, joins her father, Gary Rudman, in the Tour de Camden. betes,” said Christina BickThey race served as both a chance to ley, manager of special practice for and a way to promote the SEE TOUR, PAGE A6 upcoming Tour de Cure.

Sounds of Grace to share music during concert



BY JAMIE SELF Nearly every hand along Sumter’s Manning Avenue reached out to U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn when, after 20 years in Congress, the third-ranking U.S. House Democrat returned to his birthplace earlier this month. After dozens of pictures, embraces and laughs, the 72-year-old Clyburn climbed a festival stage to thank the crowd, filled with people who had CLYBURN helped him win his first election to Congress in 1992. “Every day,’’ Clyburn said, his voice growing shaky, “I spend a few moments before I leave in the morning or before I close my eyes at night trying to figure out how I can do something to make every one of you proud.’’ Now in his 11th term in Congress, Clyburn has left a historic mark on the Palmetto State — one that S.C. Democrats will honor at their annual Jefferson-Jackson dinner Friday. It’s also a record that S.C. Republicans say SEE CLYBURN, PAGE A4

Two men work on some final details of the new Sumter County Judicial Center recently. The building and its funding were approved in 2008, and construction began in 2011.

When Kipper Ackerman first hauled her 80-pound concert grand harp through the halls of Tuomey Regional Medical Center in 2012, she had hopes that playing for patients would mean a lot to them. It did. What surprised her was what it did for her. Her experiences there changed her, Ackerman said. “I saw what the Lord was doing through the music, not just for the patients, but it turned out to be a ministry to the staff, the administration, the doctors and myself,” she said. And she wanted to do more. SEE HARPS, PAGE A7


Two workers, above, prepare to plant a tree outside of the new judicial center as another worker, right, works on the roof recently. The new building will replace the current courthouse, which was built more than 100 years ago.

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Three educators in a tree Principal reads book to students as part of food drive BY JAMIE H. WILSON Special to The Item Nestled in the crook of a tree, Willow Drive Elementary School Principal Liz Compton balanced herself carefully while reading a book to the student body gathered below. The event was the culminating celebration in a recent can drive for which students were encouraged to donate canned goods to the needy. With each can donated, students were allowed to cast a vote to see either Compton or Assistant Principal Karen Buffalo read from the tree. With 279 votes, Compton won the opportunity. Buffalo and teacher Debbie Francis voluntarily joined Compton in the tree. With the use of a bullhorn, the three educators took turns reading selections from the appropriately named book, Three Up a Tree by James Marshall.

“It was a lot of fun,” said Compton. “I’d do it again.” The women chose a tree

that appeared to be hundreds of years old situated on the corner of the school’s property. With the help of a ladder, the trio ascended about 10 to 12 feet in the air to read the book. Francis, who is also the student council adviser, said student council decided to have a can drive this year to benefit Christian Charities. “One student came up with the theme: Canned food doesn’t grow on trees,” she said. The two-day drive brought in about 400 canned goods which the school delivered to Christian Charities. Sumter School District Superintendent Randolph Bynum commended the students for their charitable efforts. “I’ve always known Ms. Compton was up a tree,” joked Bynum. “This proves it.”




S.C. State trustees won’t reveal new leader’s salary ORANGEBURG — South Carolina State University trustees have approved the salary for its new president but aren’t ready to make the details public. The Times and Democrat of Orangeburg reported trustees sent a letter Friday to the State Budget and Control Board asking it to approve the new salary package for Thomas J. Elzey. Trustees said they don’t have to make their proposal public now, although the South Carolina Press Association said the letter is a public document because it was approved by a public agency. The trustees did say that $131,000 of Elezy’s salary will come from the S.C. State University Advancement Foundation, which raises money for

signed to help the Lee County Adult Education program carry out BISHOPVILLE — Lee its mission, WitherCounty Adult Educaspoon said. tion and Lee County “I am excited about First Steps have joined this program because I forces to improve fami- want to improve family ly literacy in the West literacy in Lee County,” Lee Elementary School she said. “This is a attendance areas, long-term goal.” which include the Witherspoon said neighborhoods of working with First Spring Hill, Red Hill Steps “makes good and Woodrow. sense.” Adult Education Di“I’ve worked with rector Eloise WitherAlexis and First Steps spoon said the project before,” she said. “I felt is funded by a $10,000 like I could learn grant provided by the something from First federal Adult EducaSteps. Parent Education and Family Litera- tion is something that cy Act of 1998. First Steps knows very Caregivers — parwell. We have common ents or grandparents, goals.” who do not have a high Pipkins said family school diliteracy is ploma or an imporWANT TO SIGN UP? lack work tant comskills — ponent for Family Literacy Project are eligithe First CONTACT: Eloise Witherspoon, direcble for the Steps protor of Lee County Adult Education family litgram, WHERE: 123 E. College St., Bishoperacy prowhich foville gram at cuses on PHONE: (803) 484-4040 West Lee preparing Elementayoungsters ry School. for a sucLee County First cessful education beSteps Executive Direcfore they reach school tor Alexis Pipkins said age. the West Lee area was “The mission of First targeted because adults Steps is to ensure that in that community are every child arrives at typically under served school healthy and in adult education and ready to learn,” he said. family literacy pro“And that includes grams because of family strengthening. transportation probThis is what this prolems involved in drivgram is all about. Reing to Bishopville. search says that if the “We want to work parent is educated, the with a minimum of five child is more likely to families, but we can graduate from high work with as many as school.” 20,” Pipkins said. Witherspoon said The program is unthe Lee County School derway and will conDistrict and an adult tinue through June 30. education advocacy A needs assessment group — Friends of Lee will be conducted to County Adult Educaestablish a family liter- tion — are also partacy goal for each parners in the project. ticipant. Witherspoon is also Project funds will be carrying out a special used to buy family litfamily literacy program eracy supplies and infor adults who speak centives to be given to English as a second the participants after language. completion of the proParticipants are gram, Pipkins said. needed for both family Participants must com- literacy programs. plete a minimum of 60 “We want to get the hours of training. word out about these The project is deprograms,” she said. BY RANDY BURNS Special to The Item

RIGHT AND BELOW: Students at Willow Drive Elementary School listen to Principal Liz Compton, right, as she reads a book from a tree on the school property. By donating cans to a recent food drive, students were allowed to vote on either Compton or Assistant Principal Karen Buffalo, left, to read from the tree. Student council adviser Debbie Francis is also in the tree.

the school. Elzey is currently a vice president at The Citadel. He will start his new job June 15.

Ex-Greenwood fire official gets 4 months in prison GREENWOOD — A former fire coordinator for Greenwood County will spend about four months in prison for having sex with a woman who was incapacitated while he was on the job. The Index-Journal of Greenwood reported that Corey Grumelot accepted a plea deal Friday after four days of testimony in his trial. Grumelot pleaded guilty to misconduct in office and second-degree assault and battery. He was ordered to spend 120 days in state prison. Grumelot faced up to 20 years in prison if convicted of

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Man dies 4 days after being shot pumping gas GAFFNEY — A 29-year-old man shot while he pumped gas at a Gaffney convenience store has died four days after he was wounded. Cherokee County Coroner Dennis Fowler said John Rawlinson died Friday night at a Spartanburg hospital. He was shot once in the head Monday night as he put gas in his car. Investigators said Rawlinson was arguing with a man in the store just before he was shot. Authorities arrested 27-year-old Brian McGill on Tuesday and charged him with attempted murder. It wasn’t clear if he had an attorney.

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Middle schoolers dance to raise money for Heart Association which has erupted in dance. Many don costumes or hats and As the music to the other props in the vid“Harlem Shake� blasteos. ed on the speakers on To participate, the the football field at students had to donate Alice Drive Middle $5 and bring a signed School on Wednesday, permission slip from hundreds of students home. As the middledanced in an effort to schoolers gathered on raise money for the the football field beAmerican Heart Assofore the video was ciation. shot, “We many ON THE NET wanted to practiced do a onetheir To view the video, visit time moves. blast,� said McDuffcom/watch?v=rVLlTWzci_s Chris ie remindMcDuffie, ed the stuan eighthdents that grade history teacher the American Heart at the school. “EveryAssociation has one liked the Harlem helped one of their Shake videos.� own. The school had parKeonna Cowell, an ticipated in other funeighth-grader at the draiser events for the school, had a heart organization in the transplant at the age past but this year, of nine. McDuffie said, they “It means a lot of wanted to do somepeople are concerned thing different. with helping,� she said The popular Interwhen asked what the net meme typically display meant to her. features a single perSumter School Disson dancing among a trict Teacher of the group of seemingly Year Trevor Ivey — disinterested people. also an Alice Drive At the crescendo of Middle School teacher the song, the video — played the part of cuts to the same crowd the lone dancer in the BY JAMIE H. WILSON Special to The Item


Sumter School District Teacher of the Year and Alice Drive Middle School teacher Trevor Ivey picks up a few pointers on how to dance the Harlem Shake from a student.

beginning of the video. It took roughly 30 minutes to get the video completed. The students raised $2,400 for the American

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CLYBURN from Page A1 exemplifies what is wrong with “big government.’’ Clyburn’s rise through the ranks of Congress and his steadfast connection to his roots were sources of pride and praise among the supporters who came to see him at the Sumter festival. The impact of Clyburn, the first black to serve in Congress from South Carolina in 100 years, “can’t even be measured,’’ said Carrie Sinkler Parker, who recalled driving Clyburn around the 6th District during his 1992 race for Congress. Her godson received a scholarship from a program that Clyburn made possible and now is an attorney, she said. Sumter resident Ida Davis Smith, 79, who once worked in Clyburn’s mother’s beauty shop, a community staple, repeatedly emphasized, “He never makes a speech without mentioning his hometown.’’ Republicans are unimpressed. Saying little progress has been made economically in the state’s only majority-black district — which stretches from Columbia, south to Jasper and Beaufort counties, and north to Florence County — they have tried to no avail to topple Clyburn from his $174,000-ayear job. “He’s a big-government politician,’’ said Jim Pratt, a Calhoun County Republican who ran against Clyburn in 2010 and lost in a landslide. “There’s a lot of folks out here who feel that way.’’ “As a man, I respect him for coming in and doing what he could for this district,’’ said Orangeburg attorney Bill Connor, 6th District chairman for the S.C. GOP. But, Connor added, Clyburn “doesn’t quite get the importance of the national debt.’’ ‘DISPEL EVERY SINGLE MYTH’

Clyburn says he always has had the same goal. “What drives me is to dispel every single myth that exists about black people,’’ he said in an interview with The State. “That’s all I live for, really.’’ It is a job that Clyburn has been preparing for all his life, he said.

His father — who made Clyburn recite Bible verses at breakfast and share a current event with the family at dinner time, who never allowed him to mispronounce a word and denied him a nickname — was preparing Clyburn for his political career before he knew it. Later, Clyburn gave himself a nickname — “Senator’’ — not to be interpreted as the congressman’s next political ambition, the congressman added. Clyburn got his start in politics working as an aide to then-S.C. Gov. John West. Since his election to Congress in 1992, Clyburn has faced several Republican opponents but never a serious threat, holding the one S.C. congressional seat that the GOP-controlled state Legislature has drawn to be won by a Democrat. Clyburn has charted a “meteoric rise’’ through the U.S. House, said Jaime Harrison, an Orangeburg native, former Clyburn aide and current vice chairman of the S.C. Democratic Party. That rise began, according to Clyburn, when he gave up a powerful position. When the Democratic leadership of the House Appropriations Committee wanted to make room for another member, Clyburn gave up his coveted committee seat in exchange, he says, for guaranteed funding for a list of projects in his district. When the position of vice chair of the House Democratic Caucus later opened up, Democrats remembered Clyburn’s willingness to work with others and elected him to the position over candidates from California and New York — states with far larger Democratic delegations than South Carolina, which then only had two Democrats, Clyburn and John Spratt of York, in the House. In 2005, Clyburn unanimously won the caucus chairmanship and, in 2007, he was elected House majority whip. There, he enlisted the entire Congressional Black Caucus to serve as

his whip operation, helping count votes on key issues and ensuring caucus members’ support for majority legislation. In 2012, Clyburn’s Democrats lost control of the House. But Clyburn has remained among the House’s top Democratic leaders, serving as assistant Democratic leader and a liaison to the White House. “I don’t bother the president,’’ he said, when asked about his relationship with Democratic President Obama. “I’ve got a number.’’ EARMARKING LOCAL PROJECTS

From the accounts of some residents, it was almost impossible to travel out of Sumter before Clyburn secured federal money to renovate an old warehouse into a gleaming transportation center that now provides office space and a place for travelers to wait for buses. Daryl McGhaney, a Sumter County school district trustee, said the center helps elderly people who no longer can drive. Helping find money for infrastructure projects to bring clean water to the area is something else Clyburn is known for, McGhaney said. “He’s been a great help,’’ he said. “Year by year, we see where the grants come from.’’ The close to $1 million earmark that Clyburn helped secure for the Sumter bus station is part of about $24 million that he has funneled to transportation providers in the 6th District since 1998. Clyburn’s office says the Democrat has secured at least $427 million in earmarks for 6th District projects since 1998. That money was vital to the communities affected, paying for projects that state and local communities could not afford or lacked the political will to make, Clyburn said. Included have been scholarship programs for low-income students, tourism initiatives for impoverished counties, road and water projects and money to support rural hospitals, historic preservation and college and university research. The money has gone for things “many of the

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members of the (congressional) delegation wouldn’t even think about, and that’s why Jim Clyburn is so important,’’ Harrison said. Clyburn gave the Sumter crowd one example, reminding them that he pushed for legislation in then-President Bill Clinton’s 1993 budget to create “empowerment zones’’ as a way to give neglected, rural communities “attention they would not ordinarily get.’’ South Carolina’s zones were created in Sumter, Columbia, Williamsburg, Allendale, Charleston and North Charleston. For 10 years, the designation brought grants, business tax credits and other economic benefits, Clyburn says. But the empowerment zones also attracted criticism. Columbia’s empowerment zone, for example, was panned for abuses in its loan program, including money going to borrowers who did not qualify for loans. ‘PORK’ OR PROGRESS?

When it comes to federal spending, the debate comes down to the question: “Is it pork they’re getting or is it good, useful projects that lead to good things happening?’’ said Jack Bass, a retired College of Charleston professor and author who writes about Southern politics. In 2010, Clyburn ranked 36th in Congress for earmarking projects, Bass wrote in a newspaper column at the time. But, in terms of how much he received in campaign contributions from earmark recipients, Clyburn ranked near the bottom, Bass said. Instead, Clyburn was issuing earmarks because he believed they would produce benefits for his district, not line his campaign coffers. Clyburn also helped secure $1.6 billion in federal stimulus money to clean up contamination at the Savannah River Site nuclear waste facility. While SRS is outside Clyburn’s district, the cleanup created jobs for South Carolinians, Bass said Friday. Republican U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson, who represents the state’s 2nd Dis-

trict, said when it comes to votes on the House floor, he and Clyburn “frequently disagree.’’ But, he added, the two have worked together on military, transportation and nuclear energy projects important to the state. However, the earmarks that Clyburn and others in the S.C. congressional delegation, Democrats and Republicans alike, once championed have fallen out of favor because of abuse and the shift in the national budget debate toward less federal spending. In 2007, the year Clyburn was elected majority whip, the House moved to reduce spiraling earmarks to less than 1 percent of discretionary spending, Clyburn said in an email to The State. Today, earmarks are banned, a loss that means “the president and federal bureaucrats determine all expenditures at the national and local levels from their offices in Washington,’’ Clyburn said. It is a loss that Clyburn mourns. “I believe that lawmakers — who were elected by the people they live among, and who see firsthand the day-to-day challenges their neighbors face — should play a role in directing federal investments.’’ Some of the projects that Clyburn helped fund have become popular targets for his critics. For example, Clyburn helped secure money for S.C. State University, his alma mater, to build a multi-million-dollar transportation research center that was named in his honor. More than a decade later, the transportation center remains incomplete. (A 2011 state audit of the financially troubled school found no

evidence that transportation center money was missing but cited accounting and planning problems.) Another target has been a bridge that Clyburn proposed between Rimini and Lone Star, two tiny towns that flank the northeastern side of Lake Marion, near the border of Calhoun and Clarendon counties. Slamming it as another “Bridge to Nowhere,’’ critics, including Clarendon County GOP chairman Moye Graham, said the bridge would have connected fading communities and cost taxpayers millions. The tax base in the towns would never be able to pay for the cost of the bridge, Graham said. “There was no benefit that I could see to it,’’ he said. “If you’re going to send the money somewhere, you should send it to where the most critical need is, where the most population is.’’ “There’s a bigger picture here,’’ said Connor, the 6th District GOP chairman. “If we spend millions of dollars on that project, that money comes from tax money. How many jobs (would be) lost in the private sector for that one bridge and the little bit of good that did?’’ Environmental groups also brought a lawsuit to halt the bridge. Clyburn still supports the project, though the federal money once available for it is no longer in play. The bridge would have built “liveable communities’’ and created recreational opportunities, he said. To Clyburn, the role of the federal government includes having a vision for what a community could become and making investments — spending money — to get to that end.

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TOUR from Page A1 events and fundraising for this American Diabetes Association event. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Gary and his family are such great spokespeople for the ADA, and because of their dedication, we can raise the funds needed to help in our mission.â&#x20AC;? Rudman has been increasing his collections every year from $258 in 2010 to $1,658 last year. Hannahâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s goal was $200 for her first year, and by mid-April, sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d raised $296. Their combined goal this year is $2,500, and in mid-April, they had already collected $2,485. So over four years, the Rudman family has raised $5,100 for the American Diabetes Association thus far. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This event, which is held in 88 cities across the country, raises over $24 million for our organization, which helps

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provide the much needed funds for research to help us get that much closer to finding a cure for this devastating disease,â&#x20AC;? Bickley said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s very important to help raise funds not only for the research, but also to help provide as much information out to the community on managing and preventing diabetes. South Carolina ranks seventh in the country in diabetes-related deaths. There are over 350,000 people in (the state) living with diabetes.â&#x20AC;? Interested individuals can still donate to the Rudmans at http:// To donate to any team or learn more, visit tour. To volunteer, visit www.diabetes. org/sctourvolunteer. Reach Jade Anderson at (803) 774-1250.


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Groundbreaking for the Covenant Place Life Enrichment Center was held Wednesday with the Executive Board of Trustee Executive Committee Members in attendance, from left: Barry Ham, Frank Edwards, Dan Lyles, Bill Stokes, Kay Raffield, Joe Sublette, Leon McDonald and Lad Owens.


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CORA MAE HUDSON Cora Mae Frye “Carrie” Hudson, 86, widow of Lowman Hudson, died Friday, April 26, 2013, at Clarendon Memorial Hospital. Born May 17, 1926, in Olanta, she was the daughter of the late Charlie and Mamie Beard Frye. She was retired from Campbell Soup Company and she was of the Pentecostal Holiness faith. She is survived by three daughHUDSON ters, Judy Lewis (Keith) of Spartanburg, Tammy Burchett (Don) of Sumter and Nina Fuller (Tony) of Manning; two sons, Jimmy Hudson (Jennifer) and Ricky Hudson (Kathy), all of Sumter; a sister, Ruby Mae Altman, of Johnsonville; eight grandchildren, Wayne Hudson, Lisa Hemming, Steven Hudson, Brian Lewis, Jenna Andrews, Garrett Fuller, Casey Hudson and Becky Hudson; and a number of greatgrandchildren. A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday at Sumter Cemetery with the Rev. Jim Tanner officiating. Visitation will be from 3 to 5 p.m. today at Elmore-CannonStephens Funeral Home, 515

Miller Road, Sumter, and other times at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Nina and Tony Fuller, 115 Morgan Drive, Manning. The family would like to thank the staff of Clarendon Memorial Hospital, Amedisys Hospice and Lake Marion Nursing Facility. Stephens Funeral Home & Crematory, 304 N. Church St., Manning, is in charge of arrangements. (803) 435-2179. www.stephensfuneralhome. org.

ASHBY A. WHITE Ashby Andrew White, 95, died Friday, April 19, 2013, at McLeod Regional Medical Center in Florence. Born in Sumter, he was a son of the late Ulysses and Emma Hunt White. Mr. Ashby was educated in the public schools of Sumter County. At a young age, he joined Quinn Chapel AME Church and was a lifelong member. He later joined the U.S. Army and served during World War II. During his military tour, he received three Service Bronze medals. He finally relocated to the Sumter community and rejoined Quinn Chapel AME Church, where he served for many years on the board of


trustees and the senior choir. Surviving are one sister, Ida Mae Willis; and one brother, Ulysses White. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at Quinn Chapel AME Church, 2400 Queen Chapel Road, Sumter, with the Rev. Earther McCloudJoe officiating. In- WHITE terment will follow in White Cemetery, Airport Road, Sumter. Mr. White will be placed in the church at 11 a.m. for public viewing. The family will be leaving at noon from the residence, 13 Warren Court, Sumter. Palmer Memorial Chapel of Sumter is in charge of the arrangements. Online memorials may be made to

ARCHIBALD C. CRAFT Jr. MANNING — Archibald Charles Craft Jr., 87, widower of Jane Wyche Craft, died Friday, April 26, 2013, at the Lowman Home in Chapin. Born Jan. 5, 1926, in Wilmington, N.C., he was the son of the late Archibald Charles Craft and Annie Shepard

Craft. He was a World War II U.S. Navy veteran. After graduating from N.C. State with a BS degree in Forestry, he worked as a forest firefighter in California. Returning to the Carolinas, he worked for Westvaco for 33 years where he developed and was superintendent of Westvaco’s Charleston Cooperative Forestry Management program for 21 years. He served as the chairman of the South Carolina Tree Farm Committee and was chairman of the Clarendon County Forestry Board. He served as an industry representative on the national committee of the National Association of Conservation Districts. He was on the Forestry Industry Committee of the Southern Pulpwood Conservation Association. Upon his retirement, he followed his passion for sailing. He and first mate Jane cruised the Eastern Seaboard from the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway to the Bahamas and Caribbean Islands on their sailboat Someday, making many lifelong friends. Mr. Craft was a member of the Manning United Methodist Church, serving as a Sunday school teacher and super-

HARPS from Page A1 Also unexpected was that what Ackerman calls her harp ministry would grow so rapidly and involve so many other volunteers. The musicians and the ministry are now called The Sounds of Grace. On Thursday night at the Sumter Opera House, the public can support The Sounds of Grace by attending a 7:30 concert titled “Friends with Harps ... and other friends, too.” Ackerman credits her brother for the idea behind the ministry. “There is such a need for the patients, and I couldn’t get to everyone like I wanted to,” she said. “In a conversation with my brother, he suggested that I start a nonprofit organization and get more volunteers.” The name “The Sounds of Grace” came to her “out of the realization of the grace extended to me through playing for patients,” Ackerman said. The mission statement of The Sounds of Grace “... is to bring peace and healing through music by placing musicians in health care and hospice facilities.” They don’t have to be harps, she said. The group has expanded its ministry to nursing homes and as-

sisted living facilities, including one just outside of Greenville. The concert will feature both secular and sacred music, mostly played by six harpists, including Ackerman, but also by trumpeter Jon Hopkins, drummer David Shoemaker and violinist Christi Brownlow. The harpists are Ackerman’s students Sarah Jekel, Jennifer Barnett and Kimberly Windham and two Furman University musicians, Anna Garrett and Rahab Hackett. Sarah is a fifth-grader at Wilson Hall, Jennifer is a 10-year-old homeschooled student, and Kimberly, 15, is from Florence. These are all very talented musicians, Ackerman said. “You never know what the talent the Lord gives you will do for you,” she said, noting that the audience may be surprised by the musicians’ versatility. “We’ll play some sacred songs — ‘How Great Thou Art,’ ‘It is Well,’” she said, but added there would be some contemporary secular songs, “like ‘Stairway to Heaven.’” There will be seven harps on stage — three concert grand 47-string harps, two Prelude 34-string harps and two


Furman University student and harpists, Rahab Hackett and Anna Garrett, will join Kipper Ackerman and other local musicians during the benefit concert to support The Sounds of Grace. Both Hackett and Garrett are beginning the process of volunteering with The Sounds of Grace at Greenville Hospital System.

22-string, lever harps. Because “the harp is known as the ‘hard-totune’ instrument,” Acker-

man said, “well known piano tuner Clint Barwick will be there to help me tune them (again)

intendent of Sunday school. He served on the Administration Board, Board of Trustees and was chairman of the Pastor-Parish Relations Committee. He was formerly president of the Manning Lions Club and later a member of the Manning Rotary Club. He is survived by a son, Archibald Charles Craft III (Manita), of Chapin; a daughter, Martha Charles Craft-Essig (Mark) of Johns Island; two grandsons, Lawrence Craft of San Francisco and A.C. Craft, of Washington, D.C. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, May 3, 2013, at Manning United Methodist Church with the Rev. David Marcy officiating. Visitation will be 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday evening at Stephens Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Manning United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 68, Manning 29102. Stephens Funeral Home & Crematory, 304 N. Church St., Manning, is in charge of arrangements. (803) 435-2179. www.stephensfuneralhome. org SEE OBITUARIES, PAGE A9

during the intermission.” The harps will also play “Be Thou My Vision” and Dona Nobis Pacem, and Ackerman said she’s got her fingers “all calloused up” to play ‘Baroque Flamenco,’” a piece she thinks the audience will really like. “In addition to the music,” Ackerman said, “we’ll have some members of the family of Peggy Timmons,” the longtime, beloved crossing guard at Millwood Elementary School who died last year. “They will talk about the experience they and Mrs. Timmons had when she was in the hospital in the process of passing away, and I was in the hall outside her room playing my harp.” Ackerman has a theory as to why harp music is so soothing to those who are ill or troubled. “We grow up seeing all those pictures of cherubs with harps, sit-

ting on clouds playing harps, and we associate the harp with David,” she said. “When they play that ‘dreamy’ type music in the movies, it’s a harp. It also is kind of mysterious – some people have never seen a harp.” She added, “When you’re lonely and cold in a hospital room, it’s very soothing to hear the harp. It’s heavenly for me, too.” Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. Thursday benefit concert for The Sounds of Grace are $15 for adults/$12 for students and seniors. They can be purchased in advance at Silver Paper, 662 Bultman Drive, (803) 775-6757, and Covenant Place, 2825 Carter Road, (803) 4697007, and at the door of the Sumter Opera House, 21 N. Main St., on the night of the performance.

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Marie Antoinette didn’t see it coming either T he Washington political celebrity culture scene is a revolting spectacle of excess, and emblematic of why ordinary Americans are so distrustful of and frustrated with the socalled political/media class. Tom Brokaw famously declined to attend the annu- Graham al White House OSTEEN Correspondents dinner that took place last night, saying the tipping point came for him when celebrity freakshow Lindsay Lohan attended last year. “What kind of image do we present to the rest of the country?” Brokaw asked. “Are we doing their business, or are we just a group of narcissists who are mostly interested in elevating our own profiles? And what comes through the screen on C-SPAN that night is the latter, and not the former.”

If you’ve ever watched the event on C-SPAN, then you know it’s painfully narcissistic, which brings me to another story that caught my attention. In “Obama’s hubris problem,” political writer Keith Koffler takes the president to task for his Louis 14th-style ‘L’état, c’est moi — “I am the state” — attitude. In a blistering opinion piece on, he writes:

Hubris in a leader is an obnoxious thing, leading to imperiousness in governing. And it’s also a dangerous thing for a second-term president, often spelling trouble. Unfortunately, this president’s acts of high handedness and self-absorption have been accumulating in the past several months at a blistering pace. Even as the nation’s workers wilted under a struggling economy and high unemployment, Obama decided to take two round excursions to Hawaii at taxpayer expense over the



Christmas and New Year’s holidays. Just six weeks later, he jetted down to Florida for a luxury four-day golf vacation where he played with Tiger Woods. Meanwhile Michelle Obama also took another vacation, skiing in Colorado. In a true Marie Antoinette moment, Obama offered to pare back his pay by five percent as a show of empathy for those being furloughed. At annual salary of $400,000, that would force him to get by on a meager $380,000, in addition to a couple of hundred thousand extra dollars he can probably expect to make this year from book sales. He had Memphis soul music legends throw a command performance for himself and the first lady in the East Room. He commended California’s attorney general for being the hottest of all the state AGs. He gave himself an exclusive viewing in the White House theater of the

Jackie Robinson biopic, “42.” On Saturday night, he’ll be partying with journalists and their celebrity guests at the annual White House Correspondents’ Association bash.

time newspaper columnist who now writes for The Moultrie News in Charleston:

Five doctors go duck hunting. The first duck flies over, and the general practitioner is closest. He raises his shotgun, but then doesn’t pull the trigger.”It’s probably a duck, but I’d like to be more sure.” The pediatrician raises his shotgun, but also doesn’t pull the trigger. “That duck might be a juvenile.” The psychiatrist raises his gun, doesn’t pull the trigger and says, “I know it’s a duck, but does the duck know he’s a duck?” The surgeon raises his gun, blasts the duck, then turns to the pathologist and says, “Go see if that’s a duck.”

Yet another related story has to do with a much-anticipated book (in Washington) called “This Town,” in which New York Times writer Mark Leibovich exposes some of the most incestuous relationships and behavior in the nation’s capital. It has the political class buzzing, wondering what names will be dropped. Again, this stuff is so far removed from our reality as ordinary citizens that we probably won’t understand much of it except for what it represents in big-picture terms — the sad but inevitable truth about how corrupt D.C. has become and how powerless we are to change it. On a brighter note, here’s a funny joke from my old friend, Will Haynie, who is a talented media consultant and long-

Graham Osteen is a coowner of Osteen Publishing Co. and Editor-At-Large of The Item. Contact him at The Item, 20 North Magnolia St., Sumter, S.C., 29150; graham@theitem. com, or call 803-774-1352.


The Bush I knew – kind, gentle, genuine


ASHINGTON — In a reprieve from the horror of the most recent terrorist attack, the nation’s attentions turned to the man who declared the war on terrorism, George W. Bush. During Thursday’s dedication of his library at Southern Methodist University, nary a word was spoken about the most controversial aspect of his tenure, the Iraq invasion. All living presidents were in attendance and made only generic references to mistakes and regrets Kathleen familiar to all. Of PARKER course Bush famously acknowledges no mistakes or regrets, but rather bequeaths judgment to history and self-doubt to those of lesser conviction. This observation, though true, is not the whole story of Bush, however. Nearly everyone who has known Bush up closer than a video clip has a different impression of him than what is more popularly accepted. Obviously, what a president says and does is fair game for criticism. The way Bush chose to express himself was the way he would be perceived and judged. To act arrogantly is to be arrogant in the public eye. To speak awkwardly is to be awkward. But in private, Bush was a very different man. In small groups, he was articulate and confident. When the cameras were off, he was relaxed and natural. Everyone is familiar with Bush’s history and performance. What I offer is an anecdote or two that I think reveal what the cameras and critics could not. These recollections are simply recorded for the sake of biography in the interest of rounding out a more complete picture of a two-term, transformational president who changed our world in ways that won’t be fully understood or judged in our lifetimes. July 2007: I have just written a eulogy for a friend who has died in a car crash when I am summoned along with about a dozen other journalists to meet with the president. His director of media affairs, Jeanie Mamo, meets me at the security gate,

sees my bloodshot eyes and, having read my column, says how sorry she is. I start babbling something about how I wouldn’t have come except, and she interrupts: “Except that he’s the president of the United States.” Yes, that’s it. Once in the Roosevelt Room, Bush circles the room, shaking hands with each person, coming to me last. He gives a hug and says, “You’re not alone. I’m right there with you.” Somehow I managed not to burst into tears. After the meeting he returned to give me another hug, whereupon I asked a favor. Would he write a note to my friend’s son? Absolutely. In the Oval Office, he asks the boy’s name. Jackson. He writes: “Dear Jackson, I know your heart is broken. I will pray for you. Sincerely, George W. Bush.” I tell this story because it should be part of the public record of this president, not least because such gestures were not rare. Bush often met privately and without fanfare with the families of fallen soldiers. He often visited the wounded without anyone’s knowing. He really did feel others’ pain. During a one-on-one interview on Air Force One, I asked him about his hardest days as president. He rejected the question as irrelevant. The hardest day of his life was seeing his father lose re-election, not because the Bush family needed more time in the Rose Garden but because seeing his father, “this great man,” suffer was so painful for the son. Every president (thus far) is also just a man, which is to say, human. His frailties and flaws are in plain sight, every gesture a potential weapon of self-destruction. For reasons that are perhaps a characteristic of our untamed nature, we seem intent on elevating presidents only to bring them down. Thus it was with Bush, who, our favorite cartoons notwithstanding, was more than a composite of swagger and smirk. He was also a kind man with a gentle heart who should be remembered as such. Kathleen Parker’s email address is © 2013, Washington Post Writers Group

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Thanks for supporting Marine Corps League On behalf of The Sumter Detachment of the Marine Corps League I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Sumter community for all your support in our endeavors to support our troops. I would also like to thank everyone who donates in any way for our other project, “Toys for Tots” before Christmas each year. Without your help, with our fundraisers, we would not be able to accomplish our goals. One of our fundraisers is our pancake breakfast at Applebee’s. Our latest one was on April 13. I appreciate your support and ask that you continue to support us. Members of the Marine Corps League act as waiters and waitresses as well as helping in the kitchen. Those members who helped in making this event possible were Lee and Jewel Burton, Rufus Brunson, Fay Cook, Ed Dallery, Gene Finkbeiner, Bill Hartley, Jackie Hughes, Ted Jones, Jersey Logan, Gene Meadows, Rick Nelson, Harvey Senter and Leroy Steigerwalt. Others who helped in some way were Mike Watcher, Herb Leaird, Willie Singleton, Jackson Hewitt Tax Service and Sumter Physical Therapy. Without everyone working together, with the Applebee’s employees, this

could not have been a success. Sumter’s Marine Corps League Detachment 1202 meets the third Monday each month at the VFW Building at 1925 Gion St. On May 20 we will be installing our new officers for the following year. We ask the community’s help in finding all present and former Marines who live in Sumter and the surrounding areas. We invite all Marines to come at 6 p.m. for a chicken dinner and then to stay for our installation ceremonies. WILLIAM “BILL” HARTLEY Sumter

Sumter needs answers to funding questions Extension of the penny sales tax will be on our next election ballot. The Committee for Responsible Government believes a penny sales tax is good. However, we should not allow an irresponsible County Council to use these funds to free up other funds for more irresponsible spending. We need answers before voting on a penny sales tax. Bids on community centers and fire stations were handled correctly, giving the low bid to the contractor while the Judicial Center and Law Enforcement Center were bid on a costplus basis. This was unfair to contractors and an improper selection process.

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This should be illegal and creates opportunity for corruption and fraud. The spending of $500,000 of county funds and $200,000 BRAC funds which was not properly spent for encroachment protection for Shaw Air Force Base needs to be explained. Why did County Council not get an approval for the use of funds to pay a councilman for the property? Why when asked under the Freedom of Information Act for a copy of the file was it refused? Does the file not exist? Why was 473 acres of harvested wet woodlands purchased on Airport Road for $1.5 million, when two other adjoining properties were available for much less and it was better development property? Why did County Council not obtain an appraisal? Is it true that a County Council member received a commission on this land deal? The people of Sumter County need the answers to these questions before supporting any tax increase. The 2013 budget is $800,000 short and permanent long-term operating costs for all these community centers, fire stations, Judicial Center and Law Enforcement Center has not yet been budgeted. ROBERT BILLHEIMER Chairman Committee for Responsible Government


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MARIE DURANT Marie â&#x20AC;&#x153;Galâ&#x20AC;? Durant, 82, widow of Marion Durant, departed this earthly life on Thursday, April 25, 2013, at the home of her daughter in Columbia. Born in Lee County on June 24, 1930, she was the daughter of the late Willie and Dora â&#x20AC;&#x153;Musâ&#x20AC;? Jett-Champagne. Gal, as she was affectionately called by family and friends, attended the public schools of Lee County. She was a faithful and lifelong member of St. Paul Holiness Church, Sumter, where she was a faithful member of the gospel choir. She was a homemaker and was employed as a domestic worker outside of the home. She leaves to cherish precious memories: her children, two daughters, Elouise Montgomery of Sumter and Barbara J. Gray of Columbia and one son, Raymond (Deloris) Davis of Sumter; two granddaughters, whom she adopted and raised as her own, Shinanita Mitchell and Denise (Johnny) McClary, both of Columbia; one brother, Willie â&#x20AC;&#x153;Billâ&#x20AC;? (Ruby) Champagne of Sumter; one aunt, Carola Jett of Sumter; one son-in-law, Willie Dunham of Sumter; 14 grandchildren; 18 greatgrandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; three nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; three sons, Willie, Jessie and James Davis, and one daughter, Emma Davis Dunham. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at the St. Paul Pentecostal Holiness Church, 129½ W. Moore St., Sumter, with Elder Barrington Pierson, pastor, Minister Ollie Thompson, presiding, assisted by Elder Walter Hamilton and Minister V. Linton. The family will receive friends and relatives at the home of her daughter, Barbara J. Gray, 1507 Brennan Road, Columbia. The remains will be placed in the church at noon. The funeral procession will leave at noon from the home of her daughter. Floral bearers will be nieces and missionaries of St. Paul Pentecostal Holiness Church.

Pallbearers will be nephews and missionaries of St. Paul Pentecostal Holiness Church. Interment will be in the St. Paul Pentecostal Holiness Church Cemetery, Sumter. Online memorial messages may be sent to the family at Visit us on the web at Services directed by the management and staff of Williams Funeral Home Inc., 821 N. Main St., Sumter.

ROBERT L. GRANT COLUMBIA â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Robert Lee Grant Sr., 49, the husband of Linda Hicks Grant, entered eternal rest on Friday, April 26, 2013, at Palmetto Health Richland. He was born Dec. 23, 1963, in Sumter, the son of Sara Witherspoon Grant and the late Bennie Gene Grant. The family is receiving relatives and friends at the home, 360 Stillwater Court, Sumter. Funeral services are incomplete and will be announced by Community Funeral Home of Sumter. JAMES R. HILL James R. Hill, 58, entered eternal rest on Saturday, April 13, 2013, in Chelan, Wash. A son of the late James O. and Agnes Serena Nelson Hill, he was born on Aug. 28, 1954. A graduate of Furman High School, he furthered his education at Southeastern Community College and Marshall University. He was employed in manufacturing with Boeing. Survivors are: three brothers, Bobby Hill, Maurice Hill and Daniel Hill; three sisters, Gladys Edwards, Victoria Hill and Melissa Hill; and a host of other relatives and friends. Viewing for Mr. Hill will be on today until the hour of service at the funeral home. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. today at Community Funeral Home Chapel with Presiding Elder Amos Hatcher, Eulogist, the Rev. Charlie Hampton and the Rev. Duwane Sinkler. Burial will follow in Spring Grove

Cemetery. The family is receiving visitors at the home of his sister, Victoria Hill, 311 Brent St., Sumter. Online memorials can be sent to comfhltj@ Community Funeral Home of Sumter is in charge of these arrangements.

SANDRA M. HOLLADAY Sandra Ann Morris Holladay, 58, wife of Tony Allen Holladay, died Thursday, April 25, 2013, at her home due to complications of breast cancer. Mrs. Holladay was a daughter of the late Harry Lushus Morris and Ellen Jackie Coker Morris. Mrs. Holladay was formerly employed by Tuomey Regional Medical Center as a switchboard operator. Surviving are her husband, of Sumter; two sons, Michael Small and wife, Courtney L., and Rodney Small; two daughters, Jessica Walden and Tonya R. Small, all of Sumter; one brother, David Michael Morris of Moncks Corner; and eight grandchildren. Graveside services will be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Leo Church of God, Lake City, with the Rev. Andrew Basham officiating. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at the Elmore Hill McCreight Funeral Home and other times at home, 362 Seminole Drive. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in care of Mr. Spring to Leo Church of God, 5124 Dewey Cox Road, Lake City, SC 29560. Online condolences may be sent to www. Elmore Hill McCreight Funeral Home & Crematory, 221 Broad St., Sumter, is in charge of the arrangements. (803) 7759386.


nounced by Stephens Funeral Home & Crematory, 304 N. Church St., Manning. (803) 4352179.

FLOSSIE W. LUDD Flossie Wright Ludd was born Sept. 7, 1932, in Sumter County to the late Willoughby Wright Wiggins. She departed this earthly life on Wednesday, April 24, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. She was educated in the public schools of Sumter County and was a member of St. Paul AME Church, Shaw. She leaves to cherish her precious memories: six children, Wilhelmenia Dow (friend Samuel Croom Jr.), Earnestine Dow, Jimmie (Evelyn) Dow, Dianne (John) Gilliard, all of Sumter, Gloria Jean (Excel) Montgomery of Eustis, Fla., and Isaac Ludd Jr. (special friend Maxine Nathaniel); four sisters, Evola Phillips of Baltimore, Md.; Rosa Lee Sanders of Sumter, Mary Sanders of Albuquerque, N.M., and Angelina Robinson; two sisters-in-law, Azalee Johnson and Willie Mae Dow of Sumter; 17 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; a host of niceces, nephews, other family, friends; and a very special caregiver, Wanda Graham. Public viewing will be held on Monday from 2 to 7 p.m. at Jobâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mortuary. Mrs. Ludd will be placed in the church on Tuesday at 2 p.m. at St. Paul AME Church, Shaw, 1495 N. St. Pauls Church Road, Sumter, with Pastor Eric Dent, officiating, assisted by the Rev. Davie Brown, the Rev. Ruth Robinson and the Rev. Dorothy Maple. Interment will follow in the Evergreen Memorial Park. Family is receiving friends at the home, 4325

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HARRIET P. McINTOSH Harriet Pinner McIntosh, wife of the late Donel Haddon McIntosh, died April 26, 2013, at her home. Mrs. McIntosh was born in Peak on Sept. 22, 1917, the daughter of Dr. Carroll Alexander and Rosalie Suber Pinner. She was predeceased by her sister, Llewellyn Pinner, and her brother, Dr. Carroll A. Pinner Jr. Mrs. McIntosh was a graduate of the Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s College of the University of North Carolina. She is survived by: two daughters, Alice McIntosh Spann and husband, Jim, of Murrells Inlet, and Janice McIntosh Crosby and husband, Tim, of Huntsville, Ala.; and four grandchildren, James M. Spann IV, Rebecca E. Crosby, Sara E. Crosby and William T. Crosby Jr. The family will be receiving visitors at her home from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday. Burial will be at Peak Cemetery at a time to be announced. Memorials may be made to Mt. Hermon Lutheran Church, where she was a lifelong member, 926 Church St., Peak, SC 29122. Elmore Hill McCreight Funeral Home & Crematory, 221 Broad St., Sumter, is in charge of the arrangements. (803) 775-9386.

VERNON McWHITE Vernon McWhite of Johnsonville died on Thursday, April 25, 2013, at his residence after an extended illness. The family is receiving friends at the residence, 632 Myrtle Beach Hwy., Johnsonville. Peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Funeral Home of Pamplico is in charge of arrangements. LANITA LYNN MILES LAKE CITY â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Lanita Lynn Miles, 53, wife of Jimmy Miles, died Saturday, April 27, 2013, at her residence after an illness. Funeral services will be at 3 p.m. Monday at Camp Branch Church of God of Prophecy. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Carolina Funeral Home, Scranton. ESSIX SHANNON Essix â&#x20AC;&#x153;Nootâ&#x20AC;? Shannon, 75, son of the late William â&#x20AC;&#x153;Willieâ&#x20AC;? Canty and Demert Shannon, was born Nov. 13, 1938, in Pinewood. He departed this life on Friday, April 26, 2013, at Palmetto Health Richland Hospital. Family is receiving friends at the home, 26 Sampson St., Sumter, and at the home of his son Curtis Shannon, 1100 Ed Boyce Road, Pinewood. Funeral plans are incomplete and will be announced later by Jobâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mortuary Inc., 312 S. Main St., Sumter. HILDA CHAPMAN Hilda Chapman died on Saturday, April 27, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Arrangements are incomplete at this time and will be announced by Bullock Funeral Home.

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AA, AL-ANON, ALATEEN: AA — Monday-Friday, noon and 5:30 p.m.; Saturday, 8 p.m.; Sundays, 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m., 1 Warren St. (803) 775-1852. AA Women’s Meeting — Wednesday, 7 p.m., 1 Warren St. (803) 775-1852. AA Spanish Speaking — Sunday, 4:30 p.m., 1 Warren St. (803) 775-1852. AA “How it Works” Group — Monday and Friday, 8 p.m., 1154 Ronda St. Call (803) 494-5180. Al-Anon “Courage to Change” Support Group — Tuesday, 7 p.m., Alice Drive Baptist Church, Room 204, 1305 Loring Mill Road. Call Dian at (803) 316-0775 or Crystal at (803) 775-3587. 441 AA Support Group — Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 8:30 p.m., Hair Force, 2090-D S.C. 441. AA Summerton Group — Wednesday, 8 p.m., town hall. Manning Al-Anon Family Group — Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Behavioral Health Building, 14 Church St., Manning. Call Angie Johnson at (803) 435-8085. C/A “Drop the Rock” Group — Thursday, 9:30 p.m., 1154 Ronda St. Call Elizabeth Owens at (803) 607-4543.

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SATURDAY MEETINGS: Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy/Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Support Group — 1:30 p.m. every third Saturday, 3785 Blackberry Lane, Lot 7. Call Donna Parker at (803) 481-7521.


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FRIDAY MEETINGS: Celebrate Recovery — Every Friday, 6 p.m. dinner, 7 p.m. program, Salt & Light Church, Miller Road (across from Food Lion). For help with struggles of alcohol, drugs, family problems, smoking, etc.

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THURSDAY MEETINGS: TOPS S.C. No. 236 (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) — Thursdays, 9 a.m., Spectrum Senior Center, temporarily meets at PARD, 155 Haynsworth St. Call Diane at (803) 7753926 or Nancy at (803) 469-4789. Asthma Support Group — Every 1st Thursday, 6 p.m., Clarendon County School District 3 Parenting Center, 2358 Walker Gamble Road, New Zion. Call Mary Howard at (843) 659-2102. Alzheimer’s Support Group through S.C. Alzheimer’s Association — Every 1st Thursday, 6-8 p.m., McElveen Manor, 2065 McCrays Mill Road. Call Sharon King at (803) 905-7720 or the Alzheimer’s Association at (800) 636-3346. Journey of Hope (for families members of the mentally ill), Journey to Recovery (for the mentally ill) and Survivors of Suicide Support Group — Each group meets every 1st Thursday, 7 p.m., St. John United Methodist Church, 136 Poinsett Drive. Call Fred Harmon at (803) 9055620.

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WEDNESDAY MEETINGS: GriefShare (for those grieving the loss of a spouse) — Wednesdays, 10 a.m.-noon, Tuomey Medical Office Building, Suite 110. Call B.J. Drayton at (803) 773-4663. Sickle Cell Support Group — last Wednesday each month, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., South Sumter Resource Center, 337 Manning Ave. Call Bertha Willis at (803) 774-6181.

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Chance of rain: 70%

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TUESDAY MEETINGS: Sumter Connective Tissue Support Group — 1st Tuesday of Jan., March, May, July, Sept. and Nov., 7 p.m., 180 Tiller Circle. Call (803) 773-0869. Mothers of Angels (for mothers who have lost a child) — Every Tuesday, 6 p.m., Wise Drive Baptist Church. Call Betty at (803) 469-2616 or Carol at (803) 469-9426. EFMP Parent Exchange Group — Last Tuesday each month, 11 a.m.-noon, Airman and Family Readiness Center. Support to service members who have a dependent with a disability or illness. Call Dorcus Haney at (803) 8951252/1253 or Sue Zimmerman at (803) 847-2377.

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MONDAY MEETINGS: Sumter Vitiligo Support Group — 5:45-6:45 p.m. every fourth Monday, North HOPE Center, 904 N. Main St. Call Tiffany at (803) 316-6763.



Mostly cloudy with showers

HIV/AIDS: Positive Outlook, through Wateree AIDS Task Force, 11:30 a.m. third Friday of each month. Support group for those living with HIV/AIDS and their friends and family. For meeting location, contact Kevin, peer educator and advocate, at (803) 778-0303 or via email at watereeaids@sc.




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Sumter rallies in extras to beat West Ashley 5-2 BY DAVID SHELTON Special to The Item CHARLESTON — Sumter High School’s baseball team let an early lead slip away, but rallied with three runs in the extra frame to defeat West Ashley 5-2 in a winners bracket game in the District VII tournament of the 4A state playoffs.

Sumter, which improved to 17-8, advances to the district finals on Wednesday and will have to be beaten twice on their home field to not advance to the lower state final four. Sumter put together three hits and used an error to plate the decisive runs in the top of the eighth after West Ashley tied the game at two in the

bottom of the seventh. “We didn’t play great defensively today, and we struggled at the plate some, but I am proud of the way we hung in there and found a way NORRIS to win the game,” said Gamecocks’ head coach Joe Norris. “We battled hard.

It was a good 4A high school playoff game. These are the types of games you expect in the playoffs. We weren’t great today, but we were good enough and that means everything when you get to this point.” Sumter’s second pitcher, Taylor McFaddin, earned the win in relief of starter Will Smith. Smith went 5 2/3 in-

nings, allowing an unearned run while fanning seven. “Will was good today,” said Norris. “We didn’t help him defensively at times, but he really battled. I thought he was as good as he’s been all season.” Sumter took a 1-0 lead in the second on Jacob Watcher’s RBI groundout that SEE SUMTER, PAGE B3

Price, Walker reunited in minors BY NEIL WHITE The State

hours of rehabilitation leading up to the NFL draft came from his own personality, to be sure, but also from outside influences he sought, and those who found him in the days after a gruesome scene in which he dislocated his knee and tore three of its four major ligaments: the anterior cruciate, lateral collateral and posterior cruciate.

GREENVILLE — Christian Walker and Matt Price warmed up Friday afternoon at Fluor Field as they had the previous three seasons when the South Carolina baseball team played Clemson and Furman. But this time, they weren’t wearing garnet and black. Instead, they sported the orange and black of the Delmarva Shorebirds, the Maryland-based Single-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, for a South Atlantic League game against the Greenville Drive. “It’s good to come back here PRICE and see a familiar place,” said Price, the former Sumter High and Sumter P-15’s standout. Baltimore WALKER selected Price in the seventh round in last summer’s MLB draft after he left USC as the program’s alltime leader in saves and appearances. Both Price and Walker, a first baseman who was selected by the Orioles in the fourth round last summer, expected to see a mix of family, friends and former teammates and coaches over the course of the four-game series between the teams. The duo played huge roles in USC’s three straight trips to the College World Series championship finals from 2010 to 2012 and two national titles. But these days, it’s all about stepping up the organizational ladder to Baltimore. “Everybody’s trying to work for one goal, and that’s to make it to the big leagues,” Price said. “You try to be the best baseball player you can.” They believe their background as collegiate stars at one of the top programs in the country is going to help




East Clarendon’s Grayson Smith follows through on a base hit during EC’s 15-0, 3-inning victory against Allendale-Fairfax in the winner’s bracket game of the DIstrict VII 1A state playoffs on Saturday at the EC field.

Short, sweet victory for EC Alexander fans 8, Lady Wolverines plate 14 runs in 1st inning BY DENNIS BRUNSON TURBEVILLE — This was more like the game the East Clarendon High School softball team expected to have on Thursday. After holding on for dear life to beat No. 4 seed Hannah-Pamplico in the opening game of the District VII tournament of the 1A state playoffs, the top-seeded

Lady Wolverines put up 14 runs in the first inning on the way to a 15-0, 3-inning win over No. 3 Allendale-Fairfax in a winner’s bracket game at the EC field. East Claren- ALEXANDER don, which is now 16-4 on the season, will play host to the championship round on Tuesday or

Wednesday, depending on the opponent. A-F, which fell to 5-12 on the season, will play host to the winner of Saturday’s elimination game between H-P and No. 2 seed ARD Military Magnet on Monday in another elimination game. EC will face the winner of that game in

the championship round. “That’s what we wanted to do, come out, take care of our business and win the game,” said Lady Wolverines head coach Lisa Ard. “I worry about us being patient (offensively) when we’re facing slower pitching. You can’t take anyone lightly though.” East Clarendon was very SEE EC, PAGE B3

49ers select Lattimore USC RB among 9 local players taken Saturday BY DARRYL SLATER Post and Courier


South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore (21) was drafted in the fourth round by San Francisco on Saturday during the NFL draft in New York.

COLUMBIA — The tiny tissue grafts inside Marcus Lattimore’s right knee are what will determine, above all else, if he is ever an elite running back again. Yet in the six months, to the day, between his serious knee injury in a game against Tennessee and Saturday, when he was drafted in the fourth round by the San Francisco 49ers, his seemingly unwavering optimism played no small role in him moving past the scar on the front of his knee. His positive outlook during




Watson grows into role as staff ace for Winthrop EDITOR’S NOTE: Barbara Boxleitner is a former Item assistant sports editor and college teacher. She is a Florida-based journalist and photographer who has been published in 41 newspapers, magazines and journals throughout North America. Each week she’ll provide updates on area athletes participating in college and professional sports at all levels.


utton Watson has been the ace of the Winthrop University softball pitching staff. The Sumter High School graduate is 14-12 with a 3.12 WATSON earned run average in a team-high 35 appearances, including 24 starts.

The sophomore righthander leads the 24-23 team with 126 strikeouts in 155 innings and in victories and ERA. She was featured March 18 on the school’s online site as the softball spotlight athlete. MORE SOFTBALL

Wilson Hall High School product Ansley Ard hit .321 with one home run and nine runs

batted in through 33 games for University of South Carolina. Former SHS player Alex Cataldo batted .182 with four runs batted in through 22 games for Coker College. Manning High graduate Hannah Blakley was 0-2 with a 3.59 ERA in 13 appearances for SEE BOXLEITNER, PAGE B3




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BATON ROUGE, La. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Tanner English tripled in the go-ahead run in the top of the ninth inning and Tyler Webb worked out of a first-and-third, no-out jam to lift No. 15 South Carolina to a 4-2 college baseball victory over No. 2 Louisiana State on Saturday at Alex Box Stadium. The Gamecocks improved to 32-12 on the season and 12-8 in the Southeastern Conference. LSU fell to 39-5 and 16-4. The game was tied 2-2 entering the ninth when Grayson Greiner reached on an error against Tiger reliever Chris Cotton to start the inning. ENGLISH After an out, English tripled to the gap in right-center field to score Greiner. English scored on a balk. LSU head coach Paul Manieri argued the call and was ejected. The Tigers got runners on the corners with a pair of hits to start the inning. The left-handed Webb, however, struck ou the next two batters and got the final one to fly out to get the save. Adam Westmoreland got the victory with one scoreless inning in relief of starter Jordan Montgomery. Montgomery, the former Sumter High School and Sumter P-15â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s standout, worked seven innings. He scattered 10 hits and didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t walk a batter while striking out two. The final game of the series is today at 3 p.m. and will be televised on ESPN.

TODAY 8:25 a.m. -- International Soccer: English Premier League Match from Reading, England -- Reading vs. QPR (FOX SOCCER). 9 a.m. -- Professional Golf: European PGA Tour Ballantineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Championship Final Round from Seoul, South Korea (GOLF). 10:30 a.m. -- International Soccer: English Premier League Match from London -- Arsenal vs. Manchester United (FOX SOCCER). 1 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: Eastern Conference Playoffs Quarterfinal Series Game Four -- New York at Boston (WOLO 25). 1 p.m. -- Senior PGA Golf: Champions Tour Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf Final Round from Savannah, Ga. (WBTW 13, WLTX 19). 1 p.m. -- College Softball: Missouri at Kentucky (FOX SPORTSOUTH). 1 p.m. -- PGA Golf: Zurich Classic of New Orleans Final Round from Avondale, La. (GOLF). 1 p.m. -- Major Leauge Baseball: New York Yankees at Toronto (TBS). 2 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Tampa Bay at Chicago White Sox (WGN). 3 p.m. -- PGA Golf: Zurich Classic of New Orleans Final Round from Avondale, La. (WBTW 13, WLTX 19). 3 p.m. -- College Baseball: South Carolina at Louisiana State (ESPN, WNKT-FM 107.5). 3 p.m. -- LPGA Golf: North Texas LPGA Shootout Final Round from Irving, Texas (GOLF). 3 p.m. -- College Baseball: Texas at Baylor (SPORTSOUTH). 3:30 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: Eastern Conference Playoffs Quarterfinal Series Game Four -- Miami at Milwaukee (WOLO 25). 3:30 p.m. -- College Baseball: Stanford at Oregon (ESPNU). 5 p.m. -- International Soccer: Mexican League Match from Puebla, Mexico -- Puebla vs. Atlas (ESPN2). 5 p.m. -- Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s College Lacrosse: Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament Championship Game from Chapel Hill, N.C. (FOX SOCCER). 7 p.m. -- College Baseball: North Carolina at North Carolina State (ESPNU). 7 p.m. -- NHL Hockey: Ottawa at Boston (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 7 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: Western Conference Playoffs Quarterfinal Series Game Four -- San Antonio at Los Angeles Lakers (TNT). 8 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Atlanta at Detroit (ESPN). 9:30 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: Western Conference Playoffs Quarterfinal Series Game Four -- Denver at Golden State (TNT). MONDAY 2:55 p.m. -- International Soccer: English Premier League Match -- Aston Villa vs. Sunderland (FOX SOCCER). 6:05 p.m. -- Talk Show: Sports Talk (WDXY-FM 105.9, WDXY-AM 1240). 7 p.m. -- College Sofstball: Virginia Tech at Virginia (ESPNU). 7 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Washington at Atlanta (SPORTSOUTH). 7 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: Eastern Conference Playoffs Quarterfinal Series Game Five -- Chicago at Brooklyn (TNT). 7:30 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: Eastern Conference Playoffs Quarterfinal Series Game Five -- Atlanta at Indiana (NBA TV). 8 p.m. -- NHL Hockey: NHL Draft Lottery (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 9:30 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: Western Conference Playoffs Quarterfinal Series Game Four -- Oklahoma City at Houston (TNT).


RICHMOND, Va. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Kevin Harvick took advantage of a green-white-checkered finish to win the Sprint Cup Series Toyota Owners 400 on Saturday at Richmond International Raceway. Juan Pablo Montoya appeared to have the race in hand when, with five laps remaining, Brian Vickers hit the wall to bring out a caution flag. After most of the field took new tires during the caution, Montoya was sixth on the restart and Harvick was seventh. Harvick shot to the front and held off Clint Bowyer for the victory. Joey Logano was third, Montoya fourth and Jeff Burton, who led on the restart, was fifth. Carl Edwards, Matt Kenseth, Aric Almirola, Kurt Busch and Dale Earnardt Jr. rounded out the top 10. CITADEL FURMAN

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5-for-5 with two homers, a double and five RBI as the Citadel earned a 13-7 victory over Furman on Saturday in the opening game of a doubleheader. The second game was moved up because of the threat of inclement weather today, and was not available at press time. The Bulldogs improved to 27-17 overall and 14-6 in the Southern Conference. The Paladins fell to 22-19 overall and 9-14. Aside from Thompson, Johnathan Stokes and Bailey Rush each had three hits for the Citadel and combined for five RBI. Former Wilson Hall and Sumter P-15â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s standout Zach Sherrill picked up the victory despite facing just one batter to improve to 3-1 on the year. GLOVER STILL LEADS ZURICH CLASSIC

AVONDALE, La. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Lucas Glover increased his lead to two strokes in the Zurich Classic to remain in position for his first victory in two years. The 2009 U.S. Open winner shot a 2-under 70 on Saturday to reach 14 under at TPC Louisiana. Kyle Stanley, Jimmy Walker, Billy Horschel and D.A. Points were tied for second. Stanley had a 65, Walker and Horschel shot 66, and Points had a 70. CIGANDA TAKES 2-STROKE LEAD INTO LPGA FINAL ROUND

IRVING, Texas â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Carlota Ciganda shot a 5-under 66 on Saturday to take a twostroke lead over the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s No. 1 player and an LPGA Tour rookie into the final round of the inaugural North Texas LPGA Shootout. Ciganda had only one bogey in the third round. She was at 11-under 202 after her second 66 of the week. CHAPMAN, BLAKE LEAD CHAMPIONSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; BETTER-BALL EVENT

SAVANNAH, Ga. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Roger Chapman and Jay Don Blake teamed to shoot an 11-under 61 on Saturday to take a onestroke lead in the Champions Tourâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Legends of Golf better-ball tournament. Chapman and Blake were 17 under. The teams of Bernhard Langer-Tom Lehman, Brad Faxon-Jeff Sluman, Scott Hoch-Jim Gallagher Jr., Craig Stadler-Kirk Triplett and Brad Faxon-Jeff Sluman were tied for second.

GREENVILLE â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Bo Thompson went


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Infante, Tigers top Braves 7-4 DETROIT â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Omar Infante and Jhonny Peralta both hit two-run homers, and Rick Porcello bounced back from a nightmarish start last weekend to pitch into the seventh inning, helping the Detroit Tigers to a 7-4 win INFANTE over the Atlanta Braves on Saturday. Infanteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s homer off Kris Medlen (1-3) broke a 3-all tie in the fourth. Porcello (1-2) allowed three runs in 6 1/3 innings. Atlantaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Justin Upton hit his major league-leading 12th homer in the eighth, but Infante doubled home a run in the bottom half and scored to make it 7-4. Jose Valverde pitched a perfect ninth for his second save since returning to the Tigers earlier in the week. Medlen allowed five runs Saturday, matching a career worst. The Braves are 3-7 since their 12-1 start. NATIONALS REDS

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Harper homered and singled, Dan Haren had his best start of the young season and Washington beat Cincinnati 6-3. Denard Span and Jayson Werth each had two hits for Washington.

Hernandez pitched five shutout innings for his first major league win, Josh Willingham homered and Minnesota beat Texas 7-2. Derek Holland (1-2) pitched seven innings of 5-hit ball for Texas.



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NEW YORK â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Domonic Brown and John Mayberry Jr. hit consecutive home runs to break open a close game and Philadelphia beat the New York Mets 9-4. Ryan Howard knocked in two runs, Jimmy Rollins scored twice and Michael Young had three hits. PIRATES CARDINALS

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ST. LOUIS â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Russell Martin hit a 2-run home run to highlight a 4-run seventh inning and Pittsburgh rallied to beat St. Louis 5-3. The comeback gave A.J. Burnett (2-2) his second victory over St. Louis in 10 days. He gave up two runs and five hits in six innings. AMERICAN LEAGUE TWINS RANGERS

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OAKLAND, Calif. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Nick Markakis and Adam Jones hit back-to-back home runs in the fourth inning, Chris Tillman pitched six innings for his first win of the season and Baltimore beat Oakland 7-3. Tillman scattered seven hits with seven strikeouts and two walks. YANKEES BLUE JAYS


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NEW YORK â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Travis Hafner hit a 3-run homer, then lumbered around the bases for a go-ahead triple in the seventh inning that sent CC Sabathia and the New York Yankees over Toronto 5-4. Jose Bautista and Brett Lawrie homered for the Blue Jays. From wire reports

American League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB Boston 16 7 .696 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Baltimore 15 9 .625 11/2 New York 14 9 .609 2 Tampa Bay 10 13 .435 6 Toronto 9 16 .360 8 Central Division W L Pct GB Kansas City 11 8 .579 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Detroit 12 10 .545 1/2 Minnesota 10 10 .500 11/2 Chicago 10 12 .455 21/2 Cleveland 8 11 .421 3 West Division W L Pct GB Texas 16 8 .667 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Oakland 13 12 .520 31/2 Los Angeles 9 13 .409 6 Seattle 9 16 .360 71/2 Houston 7 16 .304 81/2 Fridayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Games Detroit 10, Atlanta 0 N.Y. Yankees 6, Toronto 4 Boston 7, Houston 3 Chicago White Sox 5, Tampa Bay 4 Texas 4, Minnesota 3 Cleveland at Kansas City, ppd., rain Baltimore 3, Oakland 0 L.A. Angels 6, Seattle 3 Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Games Detroit 7, Atlanta 4 Baltimore 7, Oakland 3 N.Y. Yankees 5, Toronto 4 Minnesota 7, Texas 2 Cleveland at Kansas City, 7:10 p.m. Houston at Boston, 7:10 p.m. Tampa Bay at Chicago White Sox, 7:10 p.m. L.A. Angels at Seattle, 9:10 p.m. Todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Games Toronto (Dickey 2-3) at N.Y. Yankees (P.Hughes 0-2), 1:05 p.m. Houston (B.Norris 3-2) at Boston (Lackey 0-1), 1:35 p.m. Cleveland (Masterson 4-1) at Kansas City (Guthrie 2-0), 2:10 p.m., 1st game Tampa Bay (Price 0-2) at Chicago White Sox (Axelrod 0-1), 2:10 p.m. Texas (Ogando 2-1) at Minnesota (Correia 2-1), 2:10 p.m. Baltimore (Mig.Gonzalez 2-1) at Oakland (Colon 3-0), 4:05 p.m. L.A. Angels (Vargas 0-2) at Seattle (Iwakuma 2-1), 4:10 p.m. Atlanta (Minor 3-1) at Detroit (Fister 3-0), 8:05 p.m. Cleveland (Kluber 1-0) at Kansas City (W.Smith 0-0), 8:10 p.m., 2nd game Mondayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Games Houston at N.Y. Yankees, 7:05 p.m. Minnesota at Detroit, 7:05 p.m. Cleveland at Kansas City, 8:10 p.m. L.A. Angels at Oakland, 10:05 p.m. Baltimore at Seattle, 10:10 p.m. National League By The Associated Press East Division

| W L Pct GB 15 8 .652 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 13 11 .542 21/2 10 12 .455 41/2 11 14 .440 5 5 18 .217 10 Central Division W L Pct GB St. Louis 14 9 .609 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Pittsburgh 14 10 .583 1/2 Milwaukee 11 10 .524 2 Cincinnati 13 12 .520 2 Chicago 8 14 .364 51/2 West Division W L Pct GB Colorado 15 8 .652 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Arizona 13 10 .565 2 San Francisco 13 10 .565 2 Los Angeles 11 11 .500 31/2 San Diego 7 15 .318 71/2 Fridayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Games Detroit 10, Atlanta 0 Washington 1, Cincinnati 0 Chicago Cubs 4, Miami 2 Philadelphia 4, N.Y. Mets 0 St. Louis 9, Pittsburgh 1 Colorado 6, Arizona 3 L.A. Dodgers 7, Milwaukee 5 San Diego 2, San Francisco 1 Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Games Detroit 7, Atlanta 4 Washington 6, Cincinnati 3 Philadelphia 9, N.Y. Mets 4 Pittsburgh 5, St. Louis 3 Chicago Cubs at Miami, 7:10 p.m. Colorado at Arizona, 8:10 p.m. San Francisco at San Diego, 8:40 p.m. Milwaukee at L.A. Dodgers, 9:10 p.m. Sundayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Games Chicago Cubs (Villanueva 1-0) at Miami (Nolasco 1-2), 1:10 p.m. Philadelphia (Hamels 0-3) at N.Y. Mets (Niese 2-1), 1:10 p.m. Cincinnati (Cingrani 1-0) at Washington (Detwiler 1-1), 1:35 p.m. Pittsburgh (Locke 2-1) at St. Louis (S.Miller 3-1), 2:15 p.m. Colorado (Garland 2-1) at Arizona (Corbin 2-0), 4:10 p.m. Milwaukee (Lohse 1-1) at L.A. Dodgers (Kershaw 2-2), 4:10 p.m. San Francisco (Vogelsong 1-1) at San Diego (Marquis 1-2), 4:10 p.m. Atlanta (Minor 3-1) at Detroit (Fister 3-0), 8:05 p.m. Mondayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Games N.Y. Mets at Miami, 7:10 p.m. Washington at Atlanta, 7:10 p.m. San Diego at Chicago Cubs, 8:05 p.m. Pittsburgh at Milwaukee, 8:10 p.m. Cincinnati at St. Louis, 8:15 p.m. San Francisco at Arizona, 9:40 p.m. Colorado at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m.

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NBA PLAYOFFS By The Associated Press FIRST ROUND (x-if necessary) (Best-of-7) EASTERN CONFERENCE Miami 3, Milwaukee 0 Sunday, April 21: Miami 110, Milwaukee 87 Tuesday, April 23: Miami 98, Milwaukee 86 Thursday, April 25: Miami 104, Milwaukee 91 Sunday, April 28: Miami at Milwaukee, 3:30 p.m. x-Tuesday, April 30: Milwaukee at Miami, 7 or 8 p.m. x-Thursday, May 2: Miami at Milwaukee, TBA x-Saturday, May 4: Milwaukee at Miami, TBA New York 3, Boston 0 Saturday, April 20: New York 85, Boston 78 Tuesday, April 23: New York 87, Boston 71 Friday, April 26: New York 90, Boston 76 Sunday, April 28: New York at Boston, 1 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 1: Boston at New York, TBA x-Friday, May 3: New York at Boston, TBA x-Sunday, May 5: Boston at New York, TBA Indiana 2, Atlanta 0 Sunday, April 21: Indiana 107, Atlanta 90 Wednesday, April 24: Indiana 113, Atlanta 98 Saturday, April 27: Indiana at Atlanta, 7 p.m. Monday, April 29: Indiana at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 1: Atlanta at Indiana, TBA x-Friday, May 3: Indiana at Atlanta, TBA x-Sunday, May 5: Atlanta at Indiana, TBA Chicago 3, Brooklyn 1 Saturday, April 20: Brooklyn 106, Chicago 89 Monday, April 22: Chicago 90, Brooklyn 82 Thursday, April 25: Chicago 79, Brooklyn 76 Saturday, April 27: Chicago 142, Brooklyn 134, 3OT Monday, April 29: Chicago at Brooklyn, 7 p.m. x-Thursday, May 2: Brooklyn at Chicago, TBA x-Saturday, May 4: Chicago at Brooklyn, TBA WESTERN CONFERENCE Oklahoma City 2, Houston 0 Sunday, April 21: Oklahoma City 120, Houston 91 Wednesday, April 24: Oklahoma City 105, Houston 102 Saturday, April 27: Oklahoma City at Houston, 9:30 p.m. Monday, April 29: Oklahoma City at Houston, 9:30 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 1: Houston at Oklahoma City, 8 or 9:30 p.m. x-Friday, May 3: Oklahoma City at Houston, TBA x-Sunday, May 5: Houston at Oklahoma City, TBA San Antonio 3, L.A. Lakers 0 Sunday, April 21: San Antonio 91, L.A. Lakers 79 Wednesday, April 24: San Antonio 102, L.A. Lakers 91 Friday, April 26: San Antonio 120, L.A. Lakers 89 Sunday, April 28: San Antonio at L.A. Lakers, 7 p.m. x-Tuesday, April 30: L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, 8 or 9:30 p.m. x-Thursday, May 2: San Antonio at L.A. Lakers, TBA x-Saturday, May 4: L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, TBA Golden State 2, Denver 1 Saturday, April 20: Denver 97, Golden State 95 Tuesday, April 23: Golden State 131, Denver 117 Friday, April 26: Golden State 110, Denver 108 Sunday, April 28: Denver at Golden State, 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 30: Golden State at Denver, 8 or 9 p.m. x-Thursday, May 2: Denver at Golden State, TBA x-Saturday, May 4: Golden State at Denver, TBA L.A. Clippers 2, Memphis 2 Saturday, April 20: L.A. Clippers 112, Memphia 91 Monday, April 22: L.A. Clippers 93, Memphis 91 Thursday, April 25: Memphis 94, L.A. Clippers 82 Saturday, April 27: Memphis 104, L.A. Clippers 83 Tuesday, April 30: Memphis at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m. Friday, May 3: L.A. Clippers at Memphis, TBA x-Sunday, May 5: Memphis at L.A. Clippers, TBA


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EC baseball grounds Eagles 14-1 TURBEVILLE — East Clarendon High School scored six runs in the bottom of the first inning and seven more in the second on the way to a 14-1 victory over Military Magnet on Saturday at Shad Hall Field in the winner’s bracket of the District VII tournament of the 1A baseball state playoffs. The Wolverines, who improved to 12-7 on the season, advance to the championship round. They will host Military Magnet, Green Sea Floyds or AllendaleFairfax on Wednesday beginning at 5 p.m., needing to be beaten twice to be eliminated. Adam Lowder was 2-for-2 with an insidethe-park home run and two runs batted in to

AREA ROUNDUP lead EC. Zac Coker was 2-for-2 with a double and two runs scored, Jared Hair was 2-for-2 with two RBI, Steven Cox had a triple and two runs, Dylan Atkinson had a double and Collin Lee scored two runs. Hair started on the mound and picked up the win. He pitched two innings, allowed an unearned run, a hit and struck out four. Austin Huggins pitched two innings, allowing hit and striking out four, and Lee worked the final inning with two strikeouts. VARSITY SOCCER FLORENCE CHRISTIAN WILSON HALL

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FLORENCE — Wilson Hall fell to 4-2 in SCISA Region II-3A with a 2-1


loss to Florence Christian School on Thursday. Justin Schaare scored the goal for the Barons, who are 11-6-1 on the season, on an assist from Drake Shadwell. Matthew High had 11 saves in goal. GIRLS VARSITY SOFTBALL SOCASTEE MANNING

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MYRTLE BEACH — Manning High School lost to Myrtle Beach 7-5 in the opening game of the District V tournament of the 3A state playoffs on Friday. The Lady Monarchs fell to 4-14 overall while Socastee improved to 16-9. Manning plays at Airport on Monday in an elimination game.

SCHSL PLAYOFFS BASEBALL 4A District VII Tournament Thursday Game 2 -- Sumter 1, Dutch Fork 0 Friday Game 1 -- West Ashley 4, Fort Dorchester 3 Saturday Game 3 -- Dutch Fork 11, Fort Dorchester 6 Game 4 -- Sumter 5, West Ashley 2 Monday Game 5 -- Dutch Fork at West Ashley Wednesday Game 6 -- Game 5 Winner at Sumter Game 7 -- If Necessary 3A District V Tournament Thursday Game 1 -- Airport 6, Hanahan 3 Friday Game 2 -- Manning 5, Myrtle Beach 2 Monday Game 3 -- Hanahan at Myrtle Beach Game 4 -- Manning at Airport, 7 p.m. Wednesday Game 5 -- Game 3 Winner at Game 4 Loser Friday Game 6 -- Game 5 Winner at Game 4 Winner Game 7 -- If Necessary 1A District VII Tournament Thursday Game 1 -- East Clarendon 7, Green Sea Floyds 4 Friday Game 2 -- Military Magnet 6, Allendale-Fairfax 4 Saturday Game 3 -- Green Sea Floyds at Allendale-Fairfax Game 4 -- East Clarendon 14, Military Magnet 1 Monday Game 5 -- Game 3 Winner at Military Magnet Wednesday Game 6 -- Game 5 Winner at East Clarendon Game 7 -- If Necessary

SOFTBALL 3A District VII Tournament Friday Game 1 -- Socastee 7, Manning 5 Thursday Game 2 -- Hanahan 3, Airport 2 Monday Game 3 -- Manning at Airport Game 4 -- Hanahan at Socastee Wednesday Game 5 -- Game 3 Winner at Game 4 Loser Friday Game 6 -- Game 5 Winner at Game 4 Winner Game 7 -- If Necessary 1A District V Tournament Thursday Game 1 -- Branchville beats St. John’s by forfeit Game 2 -- Johnsonville 16, Scott’s Branch 0 Saturday Game 3 -- St. John’s at Scott’s Branch Game 4 -- Johnsonville at Branchville Monday Game 5 -- Game 3 Winner at Game 4 Loser Wednesday Game 6 -- Game 5 Winner at Game 4 Winner Game 7 -- If Necessary 1A District VII Tournament Thursday Game 1 -- East Clarendon 1, Hannah-Pamplico 0 Friday Game 2 -- Allendale-Fairfax beat Military Magnet Saturday Game 3 -- Hannah-Pamplico 23, Military Magnet 0 Game 4 -- East Clarendon 15, Allendale-Fairfax 0 Monday Game 5 -- Hannah-Pamplico at Allendale-Fairfax Tuesday or Wednesday Game 6 -- Game 5 Winner at East Clarendon Game 7 -- If Necessary

SUMTER from Page B1 EC from Page B1 patient against the offerings of Lady Tigers left-handed starting pitcher K’oshjah Hall. EC drew nine walks in the first inning from Hall, the final two to D’onna McFadden and Kayleigh Hunter forcing in runs. Hall was replaced by Jakiya Williams at that point, and Williams walked Mikayla Anderson to force in another run as well. The Lady Wolverines sent 19 batters to the plate in the first inning with leadoff batter Maggie Baird getting to the plate three times. They had six hits in the inning and numerous wild pitches, passed balls and stolen bases helped the cause as well. Kaitlin Alexander had two hits, including an RBI single. Jessica Welch had the final hit of the inning, a 2-out, 2-run single off of Williams that made it 14-0. Welch had three runs batted in in the first and Hunter had two. “Our team is just ready to play right now,” said McFadden, a senior second baseman. “We know what we want to do, and we’re focused. We’re just ready to get out there and play ball when it’s time for us to play ball.” Alexander pitched three perfect innings for East Clarendon, which was tied with Dixie for No. 1 in the final 1A coaches poll released before the start of the playoffs. She struck out the first seven batters before Michaela Carter hit a comebacker to Alexander for the second out of the third. Alexander struck out Ceyona Wright to end the game. “I wasn’t really thinking about it


East Clarendon starting pitcher Kaitlin Alexander throws during Saturday’s 15-0, 3-inning victory against Allendale-Fairfax in the winners bracket game of the District VII 1A state playoffs at the EC field.

(striking out all the batters she faced),” said Alexander, who said she had accomplished such a feat in a regular-season game. “All I was worried about was hitting my spots.” Williams limited EC to just one run in the bottom of the second, Jordan Evans scoring on a Grayson Smith single. However, it provided the Lady Wolverines with the run they needed for the 15-run mercy rule to kick in after three innings. Evans scored three runs, while Baird, Leslie Altman, McFadden and Hunter each scored twice.

BOXLEITNER from Page B1 Newberry College. WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Through 16 games, Wilson Hall alumna Victoria Thomas had seven goals and two assists for Newberry. BASEBALL

Lander University’s Connor Lewis, who played for the University of South Carolina Sumter, hit .332 with six home runs and 50 RBI in 45 games. He was second on the team in RBI. The Citadel relief pitcher Zach Sherrill, previously at Wilson Hall, was 2-1 with a 3.51 ERA in a team-high 33

appearances. Also from the Barons, catcher and designated hitter Matt Carnes batted .321 with three RBI in 12 games for USC Salkehatchie. USC Salkehatchie infielder Greg King, out of

Manning High, hit .300 with five RBI in six games. Benedict College pitcher Justin Shelton of Sumter was 1-1 with a 3.77 ERA in three outings. Send updates about area athletes to BKLE3@




scored Smith, who led off the inning with a bunt single. The Gamecocks added a run in the fifth when Charlie Barnes delivered a 2-out single to right. West Ashley scored an unearned run in the bottom of the fifth as Sumter committed two errors. But Smith escaped further damage after runners reached second and third with one out. West Ashley again put two runners on in the sixth but McFaddin got a flyout after relieving Smith to end the

threat. In the bottom of the seventh, West Ashley’s David Allen reached on an error, advancing to second on the play. After moving to third on a groundout, Allen scored on Taylor Oden’s RBI single down the third base line. McFaddin induced an inning ending double play to end the threat. In the top of the eighth, Barnes worked a one out walk. Phillip Watcher chopped a high bouncer over Oden’s head at first. With two outs and run-

ners on first and second, Smith hit a slow grounder towards second. Tyrie Blalock’s low throw scooted past Oden, allowing Barnes to score. After a walk, Jacob Watcher blistered a 2-run single to left on an 0-2 count for the final margin. The game was played at noon to accommodate both schools’ prom on Saturday night. “I don’t think the early start was a factor at all,” Norris said. “I thought both teams handled it well. It’s playoff baseball. You have to be able to adapt on the fly sometimes.”

SCISA BASEBALL PLAYOFFS 3A First-Round Series Best-of-3 DH Monday at Higher Seed If game Tuesday at lower seed Series 1 -- Upper No. 5 Northwood vs. Upper No. 4 Orangeburg P. Series 2 -- Upper No. 6 Cardinal Newman vs. Upper No. 3 Pinewood Prep Series 3 -- Lower No. 5 Porter-Gaud vs. Lower No. 4 Ben Lippen Series 4 -- Lower No. 6 Florence Christian vs. Lower No. 3 heathwood Hall Quarterfinal Series Best-of-3 DH Friday at Higher Seed If game Saturday, May 4, at Lower Seed Series 5 -- Upper No. 1 Hammond vs. Series 1 winner Series 6 -- Upper No. 2 Laurence Manning vs. Series 2 winner Series 7 -- Lower No. 1 Wilson Hall vs. Series 3 winner Series 8 -- Lower No. 2 Hilton Head Prep vs. Series 4 winner Semifinal Series May 7- 8, 10 Series 9 -- Series 5 winner vs. Series 6 winner Series 10 -- Series 7 winner vs. Series 8 winner Championship Series Best-of-3 May 13-14, 16 Series 11 -- Series 9 winner vs. Series 10 winner 2A First-Round Series Best-of-3 DH Monday at Higher Seed If game Tuesday at lower seed Upper Bracket Series 1 -- No. 1 Thomas Sumter vs. No. 8 Greenwood Chr., 5 p.m. Series 2 -- No. 4 Williamsburg vs. No. 5 Spartanburg Christian Series 3 -- No. Thomas Heyward vs. No. 7 Trinity-Byrnes Series 4 -- No. 3 Marlboro vs. No. 6 Dorchester Lower Bracket Series 5 -- No. 1 Holly Hill vs. No. 8 Pee Dee Series 6 -- No. 4 Spartanburg Day vs. No. 5 Robert E. Lee, 2 p.m. Series 7 -- No. 2 Carolina vs. No. 7 Palmetto Christian

Series 8 -- No. 3 Calhoun vs. No. 6 Richard Winn Quarterfinal Series Best-of-3 DH Friday at Higher Seed If game Saturday, May 4, at Lower Seed Upper Bracket Series 9 -- Series 1 winner vs. Series 2 winner Series 10 -- Series 3 winner vs. Series 4 winner Lower Bracket Series 11 -- Series 5 winner vs. Series 6 winner Series 12 -- Series 7 winner vs. Series 8 winner Semifinal Series Best-of-3 May 7-8, 10 Upper Bracket Series 13 -- Series 9 winner vs. Series 10 winner Lower Bracket Series 14 -- Series 11 winner vs. Series 12 winner Championship Series Best-of-3 May 13-14, 16 Series 15 -- Series 13 winner vs. Series 14 winner 1A Quarterfinal Series Best-of-3 Monday at Higher Seed Tuesday at Lower Seed Thursday If Game Series 1 -- No. 1 Laurens vs. No. 8 Coastal Christian Series 2 -- No. 5 Colleton Prep vs. No. 4 W.W. King Series 3 -- No. 2 Patrick Henry vs. No. 7 Newberry Series 4 -- No. 3 St. John’s Chris. vs. No. 6 Clarendon Hall, 6 p.m. Semifinal Series Best-of-3 May 6-7, 9 Series 5 -- Series 1 winner vs. Series 2 winner Series 6 -- Series 3 winner vs. Series 4 winner Championship Series Best-of-3 May 13-14, 16 Series 7 -- Series 5 winner vs. Series 6 winner



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Robinson, Bulls win in 3OT Gibson shines as Tigers CHICAGO â&#x20AC;&#x201D; The Chicago Bulls were down and just about out in this one. Go figure, Nate Robinson led them back. Robinson scored 34 points, and Chicago wiped out a 14-point deficit late in regulation and beat the Brooklyn Nets 142-134 in triple overtime Saturday to take a 3-1 lead in the first-round playoff series. The Bulls were trailing 109-95 in the closing minutes of the fourth quarter when Robinson went on one of his tears, carrying his team to an improbable victory with a stretch that reminded the streaky point guard of a video game. Robinson scored all but five of his points after the third quarter, including the first 12 in a 14-0 run that wiped out Brooklynâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s late lead. Then, with 2 seconds left in the first overtime, he banked in a go-ahead jumper over Deron Williams. Joe Johnson answered with one of his own to send it to another overtime, tied at 121. The Bulls had a chance to win in the closing seconds of the second extra session, but Joakim Noah was blocked, and the game went to a third OT. The Bulls finally pulled away after Williams (32 points) drove for a layup to pull Brooklyn to 133-130 with 3 minutes left. The basket accounted for Williamsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; only points after regulation. GRIZZLIES CLIPPERS

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Marc Gasol had 24 points and 13 rebounds, and the Memphis Grizzlies beat the Los Angeles Clippers 104-83 Saturday to even their first-round playoff series at 2-all. Zach Randolph finished with 24 points and nine rebounds as the Grizzlies won their second straight to ensure another stop in Memphis for Game 6. Mike Conley had 15 points and 13 assists, and Tayshaun Prince scored 15. Chris Paul and Blake Griffin had 19 points apiece for the Clippers, and Griffin also grabbed 10 rebounds.

fall to GT in series finale added two hits apiece for the Tigers, who totaled 13 hits. Clemson will take six days off for final exams before returning to action in a 3-game series against Maryland at Doug Kingsmore Stadium starting next Saturday at 1 p.m. On Friday, the Tigers swept a doubleheader from the Yellow Jackets, winning the opener 11-3 before taking the nightcap 4-3 in 11 innings. Daniel Gossett got the win in the opener, pitching seven strong innings and allowing just one run on five hits with two walks and four strikeouts. Krieger led Clemsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 13-hit attack by going 3-for-3 with two RBI and two walks. McGibbon went 2-for-3 with three RBI and two walks, while Stever Wilkerson and Steven Duggar added two hits apiece. Gibson went 1-for-2 after coming on as a pinch runner and scored three runs for the Tigers. In the second game, Kriegerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 2-out single in the 11th inning plated Garrett Boulware for the winning run. Scott Firth (5-4) pitched the final two innings to earn the win. He gave up two hits, no runs, and two walks with one strikeout. Starter Matthew Crownover struck out a careerhigh six batters in 5 1/3 innings pitched as well. Boulware and Krieger had two hits apiece to lead Clemson.



Chicagoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Nate Robinson (2) celebrates a basket on Saturday against Brooklyn during the second overtime of Game 4 of their first-round playoff series in Chicago. The Bulls won 142-134 in three overtimes. HAWKS PACERS

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ATLANTA â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Al Horford had 26 points and 16 rebounds as Atlanta turned things around in Game 3, blowing out Indian 90-69. The Hawks raced to a 54-30 halftime lead and narrowed the best-of-seven series to 2-1. Game 4 is Monday in Atlanta, where the Hawks have won 12 straight over the Pacers.

REUNITED from Page B1 them succeed in the minor leagues. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Playing in the SEC and seeing pitching like that has definitely prepared me for similar situations here,â&#x20AC;? Walker said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s everything I thought it was going to be, good pitching, good hitters. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s similar to what was going on at South Carolina. All these guys are here for a reason. Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve earned what they have.â&#x20AC;? In his USC career, Walker batted .336 with 248 hits â&#x20AC;&#x201D; ninth on the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s all-time list â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 30 home runs and 168 RBI while developing into an All-SEC defender at first base. His clutch performances got him named to the CWS all-tournament team all three seasons as he tied an Omaha record with 28 career hits. In 102 appearances at USC, Price went 18-9 with a 2.76 ERA, 33 saves and 267 strikeouts in 212 1/3 innings. He tied the record for career appearances in the CWS with 13. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a different world in the minors, however. Instead of four games a week over 3 ½ months, the teams play 140 games in about 150 days. Navigating the season through the pitfalls of tough travel, slumps and injuries can be difficult. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a long season. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve just got to stay in there and grind,â&#x20AC;? Price said, noting his teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 12-hour bus ride earlier in the week to Savannah. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Riding that bus, you kind of go crazy, but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s OK. I wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be here if I didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t love the game. You get tired of the hotels, but youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got to get used to it. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just minor league baseball.â&#x20AC;? Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s also a lack of familiarity with the many of the opposing players in the 14-team SAL. â&#x20AC;&#x153;You have to make minor adjustments at the plate, such as seeing pitchers for the first time,â&#x20AC;? Walker said: â&#x20AC;&#x153;He doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know you, and you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t

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CLEMSON â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Behind a 10run fifth inning, 19th-ranked Georgia Tech defeated No. 13 Clemson 14-9 at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Saturday. The Yellow Jackets improved to 28-16 overall and 12-12 in the ACC. The Tigers fell to 30-14 overall and 15-9 in ACC play. Jonathan King (4-3) earned the win despite allowing seven hits, four runs, and one walk with two strikeouts in 2 2/3 innings GIBSON pitched. Jonathan Roberts pitched three hitless and scoreless innings to record his first career save. Tiger starter Clate Schmidt (3-3) suffered the loss, as he gave up 11 hits, seven runs (four earned), and one walk with two strikeouts in four innings pitched. Zane Evans led the Yellow Jacketsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 18-hit attack by going 6-for-6 with two homers, one double, four RBI and four runs. Daneil Palka went 3-for-6 with one homer, two doubles, four RBI and three runs. Former Thomas Sumter Academy standout Maleeke Gibson went 3-for-5 with four RBI and two runs as the freshman set career highs for hits and RBI in his first start since March 15. Tyler Slaton, Tyler Krieger, and Jon McGibbon

know him. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just a contest of who can make the first adjustment.â&#x20AC;? Entering Fridayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s game, Walker was batting .361 with two home runs and 14 RBIs in 20 games. Price has posted a 1-0 record with three saves and a 4.70 ERA in seven appearances. Both of them marveled at the fact that former USC teammates Jackie Bradley, who roomed with Price for three years, and Michael Roth made their way to the major leagues this month with the Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Angels, respectively. Bradley, however, was sent back down to Triple-A after he struggled at the plate. Price, a Sumter native, talked with Bradley on the phone for an hour after the outfielder made Bostonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Opening Day roster. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I was so happy for him,â&#x20AC;? Price said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Once Roth got called up, I was, like, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Wow, this is crazy.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; â&#x20AC;? Walker also was thrilled by their rapid rises. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re excited and curious to see how theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going to play at that level,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve had Gamecocks play there before but none that Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve known personally. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been a pretty neat experience.â&#x20AC;? Both Price and Roth understand thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the exception and that they must keep working hard and playing well to make more incremental jumps in

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Trojans’ Barkley, 3 other QBs chosen BY BARRY WILNER The Associated Press NEW YORK — This was one rush quarterbacks embraced. Starting with Matt Barkley, the fourth round of the NFL draft was the landing spot for quarterbacks who carried hopes of going much higher. Philadelphia traded up with Jacksonville to get the Southern California QB with the opening pick Saturday. “I try not to get stressed about things I can’t control,’’ Barkley said when asked about his drop in the draft from likely first-rounder in 2012 to No. 98 overall. “I’m just glad I know where my home is and I can’t wait to hit the playbook.’’ Yes, it was three rounds later than Barkley hoped for. Same thing for Ryan Nassib of Syracuse, Landry Jones of Oklahoma and Tyler Wilson of Arkansas, the other quarterbacks chosen in Round 4. “We’re going to take the best value on the board,’’ coach Chip Kelly said, adding the Eagles rated Barkley in the top 50. “There’s a prime example. The best value on the board by far was Matt. He’s an extremely mature young man, intelligent, articulate. He has that ‘it’ factor.’’ Perhaps. But he seemed to

USC DB Swearinger selected by Houston BY DARRYL SLATER Post and Courier


Southern California’s Matt Barkley was taken with the first pick in the fourth round of Saturday’s NFL draft when Philadelphia traded up to acquire him.

have a lot more of it last year, but Barkley opted to return to school. He and the Trojans slumped, Barkley injured his shoulder, and his stock plummeted. He will join quarterbacks Michael Vick and Nick Foles in Philadelphia. The New York Giants, hardly in need of a quarterback with Eli Manning in his prime, still dealt with Arizona to move up for Nassib. Oakland, which acquired Matt

LATTIMORE from Page B1 Lattimore, a former South Carolina running back, leaned on friends who visited him and his strong Christian faith — both of which have always been linchpins of his life. But there were also new voices of hope, like NFL running backs Willis McGahee and Frank Gore. Lattimore had never met either. But they both knew him, in a way. They spoke with him on the phone in his dark days after the injury, when he wondered if he would ever be the same player again. “Right after it happened, I doubted myself,” Lattimore said. “I did do that, and I lost hope.” McGahee tore three knee ligaments in his final college game at Miami, but has run for 8,097 yards and 63 touchdowns in nine NFL seasons. Gore, who also played at Miami, tore his left ACL in 2002 and his right ACL in 2003. A third-round pick in 2005, he has 8,839 yards and 51 touchdowns, and has made the Pro Bowl four times, including each of the past two seasons. “Those guys are all inspirations to me because of what they’ve been through and how they came through it,” Lattimore said on a teleconference. “(Gore) just told me to keep that positive mindset, and that’s what I’ve been doing these past five, six months. I feel like that’s why I’m doing so great with my rehab.” Lattimore can thank Gore in person for his guidance, because they will be teammates in San Francisco, on a team that made the NFC championship game two years ago and the Super Bowl last season. The 49ers are plenty deep at running back, with Kendall Hunter and LaMichael James backing up the 29-year-old Gore, after being drafted in 2011 and 2012. Lattimore has expressed hope that he could play next season, but the 49ers obviously don’t need him to. “We’re not going to put him on the field until he’s 100 percent, and that may not be this year,” said San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh, on the NFL Network. But Harbaugh is excited about Lattimore’s eagerness and talent. If not for last season’s injury, which came after he returned from a torn left ACL suffered in 2011, most analysts believe Lattimore would have been the first running back taken in this year’s draft. In just 30 career games at USC, essentially two and a half seasons, he ran for 38 touchdowns, a school record.

Flynn from Seattle in the offseason to be its starter, followed two picks later at No. 112 overall with Wilson. Three spots after that, Pittsburgh grabbed Jones, probably hoping to groom him behind Ben Roethlisberger. “I just think it was time to start grooming a new player, freshen up the room if you will,’’ quarterbacks coach Randy Fichtner said. “I get to learn from one of the best quarterbacks to play the game,’’ Jones added.

“You don’t come across this kind of person very often,” Harbaugh said. Once Lattimore slipped to the draft’s third and final day, when the fourth through seventh rounds were selected, it was almost academic where he would be picked, as long as he was. A late first-round pick gets about a $7.5 million contract, including a signing bonus around $4 million. The minute Lattimore went down against Tennessee in October, the possibility of him getting a lucrative first contract vanished. As the 34th pick of the fourth round, 131st overall, Lattimore will get about what that pick reportedly received last year — a $2.4 million deal, with the only guaranteed money being a $300,584 signing bonus, included in the value of the contract. Lattimore went 30 spots behind USC wide receiver Ace Sanders (Jacksonville) and one spot ahead of defensive end Devin Taylor (Detroit). Two rounds later, outside linebacker DeVonte Holloman went to Dallas with the sixth round’s 17th pick. Center T.J. Johnson was picked by Cincinnati with the draft’s fourth-to-last selection. Tight end Justice Cunningham went last overall. The Clemson players selected Saturday were defensive end Malliciah Goodman (fourth round, Atlanta); safety Jonathan Meeks (fifth, Buffalo); and running back Andre Ellington (sixth, Arizona). While Meeks was one of Saturday’s stunners, because he was not expected to get drafted, Lattimore was probably the day’s most fascinating player. Not because of his draft position or the guaranteed money that his injury cost him, but because of what comes next — the chance to prove he can rebuild his career, just like Gore did. Gore went from at third-round pick to signing a four-year, $28 million extension in 2007, with about $14 million guaranteed. At February’s NFL combine, Lattimore likened his playing style to Gore’s. Lattimore is 5-11 and 221 pounds, Gore 5-9 and 217 pounds. “He runs like nobody’s there,” Lattimore said. “He runs with total destruction.” On Saturday, when one difficult process in Lattimore’s comeback dovetailed into another, it was a comparison he happily embraced again. “He can catch the ball,” Lattimore said. “I feel like I catch the ball well. He can pass protect. He’s an allaround back. That’s what I’m trying to emulate my style off, because with his success, there’s no question that it works.”

COLUMBIA — Free safety D.J. Swearinger and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins played against each other the past three years in the South Carolina-Clemson rivalry. They crossed paths early in last year’s game, when Swearinger trash talked Hopkins after Swearinger made his first tackle. “Come on, man, with the soft block,” Swearinger recalled telling Hopkins. “You’ll get your running back killed.” That they are now teammates with the Houston Texans is not interesting just because they used to play for the Gamecocks and Tigers, though that will make their Thanksgiving week fun. It is far more compelling because they will learn from two of the NFL’s best players. While Hopkins sits in position meetings with Andre Johnson, Swearinger will shadow free safety Ed Reed, a future Hall of Famer who signed with the Texans in the offseason after 11 seasons with the Baltimore Ravens. Johnson and Reed were teammates at Miami and played on the 2001 national championship team, one of the most talented groups in college football history. Reed was drafted in 2002, Johnson 2003. While they enjoy their reunion this year in Houston, they will have two rookies at their sides, eager to pick their brains. Hopkins was picked in Thursday’s first round, 27th overall. Swearinger went 30 picks later, with the second round’s 25th selection Friday. Swearinger was USC’s first pick this year, and the second of three Palmetto State players taken in this draft by the Texans, who are owned by Bob McNair, a 1958 USC graduate. Hopkins is from Central. Swearinger played at Greenwood High with defensive end Sam Montgomery, who the Texans picked out of LSU with the third round’s 33rd pick. “I watched Ed Reed before every game,” Swearinger said on a teleconference with Houston reporters. “Him and Sean Taylor both. That’s definitely a guy that I’m looking forward to learning from him and feeding off him. Back in high school I started watching (Reed). Sean Taylor and Ed Reed are some of my idols that I looked up to when I was in high school. I want to just keep it going in the NFL.”


South Carolina safety D.J. Swearinger, front, was taken with the 57th overall pick on Friday in the second round of the NFL draft in New York. Swearinger was selected by the Houston Texans.

NFL DRAFT SELECTIONS Saturday Fourth Round 98. Philadelphia (from Jacksonville), Matt Barkley, qb, Southern Cal. 99. Kansas City, Nico Johnson, lb, Alabama. 100. Tampa Bay (from Oakland), Akeem Spence, dt, Illinois. 101. Jacksonville (from Philadelphia), Ace Sanders, wr, South Carolina. 102. New England (from Detroit through Minnesota), Josh Boyce, wr, TCU. 103. Arizona, Alex Okafor, lb, Texas. 104. Miami (from Cleveland), Jelani Jenkins, lb, Florida. 105. Buffalo, Duke Williams, db, Nevada. 106. Miami (from New York Jets through New Orleans), Dion Sims, te, Michigan State. 107. Tennessee, Brian Schwenke, c, California. 108. Carolina, Edmund Kugbila, g, Valdosta State. 109. Green Bay (from New Orleans through Miami), David Bakhtiari, ot, Colorado. 110. New York Giants (from San Diego through Arizona), Ryan Nassib, qb, Syracuse. 111. Pittsburgh (from Miami through Cleveland), Shamarko Thomas, db, Syracuse. 112. Oakland (from Tampa Bay), Tyler Wilson, qb, Arkansas. 113. St. Louis, Barrett Jones, c, Alabama. 114. Dallas, B.W. Webb, db, William & Mary. 115. Pittsburgh, Landry Jones, qb, Oklahoma. 116. Arizona (from New York Giants), Earl Watford, g, James Madison. 117. Chicago, Khaseem Greene, lb, Rutgers. 118. Cincinnati, Sean Porter, lb, Texas A&M. 119. Washington, Phillip Thomas, db, Fresno State. 120. Minnesota, Gerald Hodges, lb, Penn State. 121. Indianapolis, Khaled Holmes, c, Southern Cal. 122. Green Bay, J.C. Tretter, ot, Cornell. 123. Seattle, Chris Harper, wr, Kansas State. 124. Houston, Trevardo Williams, lb, UConn. 125. Green Bay (from Denver), Johnathan Franklin, rb, UCLA. 126. Tampa Bay (from New England), William Gholston, de, Michigan State.


127. Atlanta, Malliciah Goodwin, de, Clemson. 128. San Francisco, Quinton Patton, wr, Louisiana Tech. 129. Baltimore, John Simon, lb, Ohio State. 130. x-Baltimore, Kyle Juszczyk, rb, Harvard. 131. x-San Francisco, Marcus Lattimore, rb, South Carolina. 132. x-Detroit, Devin Taylor, de, South Carolina. 133. x-Atlanta, Levine Toilolo, te, Stanford. Fifth Round 134. Kansas City, Sanders Commings, db, Georgia. 135. Jacksonville, Denard Robinson, rb, Michigan. 136. Philadelphia, Earl Wolff, db, N.C. State. 137. Seattle (from Detroit), Jesse Williams, dt, Alabama. 138. Seattle (from Oakland), Tharold Simon, db, LSU. 139. Indianapolis (from Cleveland), Montori Hughes, dt, UT-Martin. 140. Arizona, Stepfan Taylor, rb, Stanford. 141. New York Jets, Oday Aboushi, ot, Virginia. 142. Tennessee, Lavar Edwards, de, LSU. 143. Buffalo, Jonathan Meeks, db, Clemson. 144. New Orleans, Kenny Stills, wr, Oklahoma. 145. San Diego, Steve Williams, db, California. 146. Denver (from Miami through Green Bay), Quanteras Smith, de, Western Kentucky. 147. Tampa Bay, Steven Means, de, Buffalo. 148. Carolina, A.J. Klein, lb, Iowa State. 149. St. Louis, Brandon McGee, db, Miami. 150. Pittsburgh, Terry Hawthorne, db, Illinois. 151. Dallas, Joseph Randle, rb, Oklahoma State. 152. New York Giants, Cooper Taylor, db, Richmond. 153. Atlanta (from Chicago), Stansly Maponga, de, TCU. 154. Washington, Chris Thompson, rb, Florida State. 155. Minnesota, Jeff Locke, p, UCLA. 156. Cincinnati, Tanner Hawkinson, g, Kansas. 157. San Francisco (from Indianapolis), Quinton Dial, dt, Alabama. 158. Seattle, Luke Willson, te, Rice. 159. Green Bay, Micah Hyde, db, Iowa. 160. St. Louis (from Houston), Zac Stacy, rb, Vanderbilt. 161. Denver, Tavarres King, wr, Georgia. 162. Washington (from New England), Brandon Jen-

| kins, lb, Florida State. 163. Chicago (from Atlanta), Jordan Mills, ot, Louisiana Tech. 164. Miami (from San Francisco through Cleveland), Mike Gillislee, rb, Florida. 165. Detroit (from Baltimore through Seattle), Sam Martin, p, Appalachian State. 166. x-Miami, Caleb Sturgis, k, Florida. 167. x-Green Bay, Josh Boyd, de, Mississippi State. 168. x-Baltimore, Ricky Wagner, g, Wisconsin. Sixth Round 169. Jacksonville, Josh Evans, db, Florida. 170. Kansas City, Eric Kush, c, California (Pa.) 171. Detroit, Corey Fuller, wr, Virginia Tech. 172. Oakland, Nick Kasa, te, Colorado. 173. Denver (from Philadelphia through Cleveland, San Francisco and Green Bay), Vinston Painter, ot, Virginia Tech. 174. Arizona, Ryan Swope, wr, Texas A&M. 175. Cleveland, Jamoris Slaughter, db, Notre Dame. 176. Houston (from Tennessee through Minnesota, Arizona and Oakland), David Quessenberry, ot, San Jose State. 177. Buffalo, Dustin Hopkins, k, Florida State. 178. New York Jets, William Campbell, g, Michigan. 179. San Diego, Tourek Williams, lb, FIU. 180. San Francisco (from Miami), Nick Moody, lb, Florida State. 181. Oakland (from Tampa Bay), Latavius Murray, rb, UCF. 182. Carolina, Kenjon Barner, rb, Oregon. 183. New Orleans, Rufus Johnson, lb, Tarleton State. 184. Oakland (from St. Louis through Houston), Mychal Rivera, te, Tennessee. 185. Dallas, DeVonte Holloman, lb, South Carolina. 186. Pittsburgh, Justin Brown, wr, Oklahoma. 187. Arizona (from New York Giants), Andre Ellington, rb, Clemson. 188. Chicago, Cornelius Washington, de, Georgia. 189. Tampa Bay (from Minnesota), Mike James, rb, Miami. 190. Cincinnati, Rex Burkhead, rb, Nebraska. 191. Washington, Bacarri Rambo, db, Georgia. 192. Indianapolis, John Boyett, db, Oregon. 193. Green Bay, Nate Palmer, lb, Illinois State.

194. Seattle, Spencer Ware, rb, LSU. 195. Houston, Alan Bonner, wr, Jacksonville State. 196. Minnesota (from Denver through Philadelphia and Tampa Bay), Jeff Baca, g, UCLA. 197. Cincinnati (from New England), Cobi Hamilton, wr, Arkansas. 198. Houston (from Atlanta through St. Louis), Chris Jones, db, Bowling Green. 199. Detroit (from San Francisco through Baltimore and Seattle), Theo Riddick, rb, Notre Dame. 200. Baltimore, Kapron Lewis-Moore, de, Notre Dame. 201. x-Houston, Ryan Griffin, te, UConn. 202. x-Tennessee, Khalid Wooten, db, Nevada. 203. x-Baltimore, Ryan Jensen, c, Colorado State-Pueblo. 204. x-Kansas City, Braden Wilson, rb, Kansas State. 205. x-Oakland, Stacy McGee, dt, Oklahoma. 206. x-Pittsburgh, Vince Williams, lb, Florida State. Seventh Round 207. Kansas City, Mike Catapano, lb, Princeton. 208. Jacksonville, Jeremy Harris, db, New Mexico State. 209. Oakland, Brice Butler, wr, San Diego State. 210. Jacksonville (from Philadelphia), Demetrius McCray, db, Appalachian State. 211. Detroit, Michael Williams, te, Alabama. 212. Philadelphia (from Cleveland), Joe Kruger, de, Utah. 213. Minnesota (from Arizona), Michael Mauti, lb, Penn State. 214. Minnesota (from Buffalo through Seattle), Tarvis Bond, g, North Carolina. 215. New York Jets, Tommy Bohanon, rb, Wake Forest. 216. Green Bay (from Tennessee through San Francisco), C.J. Johnson, wr, Grand Valley State. 217. Cleveland (from Miami), Armonty Bryant, de, East Central. 218. Philadelphia (from Tampa Bay), Jordan Poyer, db, Oregon State. 219. Arizona (from Carolina through Oakland), D.C. Jefferson, te, Rutgers. 220. Seattle (from New Orleans), Ryan Seymour, g, Vanderbilt. 221. San Diego, Brad Sorenson, qb, Utah State.

222. Buffalo (from St. Louis), Chris Gragg, te, Arkansas. 223. Pittsburgh, Nick Williams, db, Samford. 224. Green Bay (from Dallas through Miami), Kevin Dorsey, wr, Maryland. 225. New York Giants, Eric Herman, g, Ohio. 226. New England (from Chicago through Tampa Bay), Michael Buchanan, de, Illinois. 227. Cleveland (from Cincinnati through San Francisco), Garrett Gilkey, ot, Charon State. 228. Washington, Jawan Jamison, rb, Rutgers. 229. Minnesota (from Minnesota through New England and Tampa Bay), Everrett Dawkins, dt, Florida State. 230. Indianapolis, Kerwynn Williams, rb, Utah State. 231. Seattle, Ty Powell, lb, Harding. 232. Green Bay, Sam Barrington, lb, South Florida. 233. Oakland (from Houston), David Bass, dt, Missouri Western. 234. Denver, Zac Dysert, qb, Miami (Ohio). 235. New England, Steve Beauharnais, lb, Rutgers. 236. Chicago (from Atlanta), Marquess Wilson, wr, Washington State. 237. San Francisco, B.J. Daniels, qb, South Florida. 238. Baltimore, Aaron Mellette, wr, Elon. 239. x-Philadelphia, David King, db, Oklahoma. 240. x-Cincinnati, Reid Fragel, ot, Ohio State. 241. x-Seattle, Jared Smith, g, New Hampshire. 242. x-Seattle, Michael Bowie, ot, Northeastern State (Okla.). 243. x-Atlanta, Kemel Ishmael, db, UCF. 244. x-Atlanta, Zeke Motta, db, Notre Dame. 245. x-Detroit, Brandon Hepburn, lb, Florida A&M. 246. x-San Francisco, Carter Bykowski, ot, Iowa State. 247. x-Baltimore, Marc Anthony, db, California. 248. x-Tennessee, Daimion Stafford, db, Nebraska. 249. x-Atlanta, Sean Renfree, qb, Duke. 250. x-Miami, Don Jones, db, Arkansas State. 251. x-Cincinnati, T.J. Johnson, c, South Carolina. 252. x-San Francisco, Marcus Cooper, db, Rutgers. 253. x-New York Giants, Michael Cox, rb, UMass. 254. x-Indianapolis, Justice Cunningham, te, South Carolina.



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ne of the rites of I had taken some shellspring has got to be crackers from a little spot the spawning runs back in the woods last year of the red-eared sunfish. and, quite often, if they You and I would know were there last year, they them better as a shellwill be there this year, so it cracker. was a good place to start. About this time each and It didn’t take too long every spring, the shellfor a small shellcracker to crackers from all pick up my worm over the lake move and I brought him into more shallow into the boat. Knowwaters and propaing how large they gate the species over can get, I decided a period of a couple that this fish that of weeks. It is at this was just hand-sized, time that anglers probably needed to Earle from all over move be put back to grow. WOODWARD into the weed beds, A few more trees trees and shallow over and another water areas of the lake to fish of about the same size drown worms in an effort revealed itself. to take their fair share of Now had I been doing a the tasty flatfish. catch-and-eat on the river It is also at this time that bank, these fish would have some of the largest shellbeen perfect. Shellcrackers crackers of the year can be can often exceed a pound caught. during the spring run and The hard part to the those were the fish we were whole thing is finding the after, not these fish that bedding areas that hold the were palm sized. fish in the first place. This CP and I bumped off of may require a couple of one stump after the other hours of probing the strucand dipped worms into ture with the shellcracker’s holes in the grass beds, and favorite food, earthworms. around trees and stick ups, Once found though, a cool- but couldn’t seem to find er can be filled from one the bigger fish that we were general area. after. Coffee Pot was beginSo with that in mind, ning to get frustrated. my buddy, Coffee Pot, and In somewhat of a huff, I headed out after work he dropped the bream last week for the wooded buster and declared that he areas around Pack’s Land- was tired of dipping worms ing to find our own fair and that he was going to share of fish. steal one of my ultra-lite

rods and heave a beetle spin at them. I didn’t know how that was going to work since the surface was littered with the spent shells of the Tupelo flowers. I didn’t know if a light lure could penetrate the dense mat. CP heaved the lure, turned the handle maybe three times and got hammered. The fight was on. The fish ran back and forth and when it reached to side of the boat, it went under the boat and battled from there. Eventually, CP got the fish to the surface and hoisted one of those 1-pounders into the boat. Now we’re talking. As luck would have it, his second cast resulted in exactly the same scenario — a couple of turns and hammered. OK, nobody’s got to tell brother Earle to pick up a rod after that. The first cast or two netted nothing but flower pods, but after that, I went to work. I cast to the opposite side of the tree that CP had been fishing and the lure came to a dead stop. As I tightened the line, it began to move and then to rip through the lake. I wondered if I had hooked an alligator by mistake. It has been a very long time since I have fought a shellcracker like this one,

but when I finally did get him in, he was easily a 1½ pounder and close to two inches across the shoulders. Nice fish. Coffee Pot and I worked the area for the next hour or so and picked up fish after fish, although none were as big as my first one on the beetle spin. The beetle spin was working where the worms were not. The size of the fish hitting the lures was twice that which were taking the live bait. And it is so much more fun on a rod and reel than with a bream buster. CP and I were extremely picky about what we put in the cooler. Knowing that we were going to have to clean what we caught, we kept only fish large enough to fillet. We stopped keeping fish at 10. Hey, that’s enough fish for supper and there is no reason to be greedy. Coffee Pot swears we caught over 30 fish on the beetle spins and he is probably right. We had a grand time and I was already planning my trip for Saturday morning when we packed it up for the night. There’s nothing like a beautiful sunset on a quiet lake, fish in the box, and fish stink on your hands to make a fellow feel good about himself.

FISHING REPORT Santee Cooper System

Largemouth bass: Very good. Captain Jimmie Hair reports that there are still some fish bedding, particularly around islands in the upper lake. Right now most fish are in a post-spawn pattern and they are still up shallow in 6 feet of water or less where they should stay for the next month or two. Throwing soft plastics including Senkos, lizards and worms around trees is working well, as are spinnerbaits. Crappie: Good. Captain Steve English reports that some crappie are still shallow spawning while a large number have already come back out. Because they are just leaving the shallows crappie are very dark right now, and they can be caught fishing minnows and jigs 6-8 feet deep over shallow brush in 13-14 feet.

Lake Murray Striped bass: Good to very good. Lake World reports that striper are scattered from the mid-lake area to the dam. Pulling free-lines around coves and in the backs of creeks, and trolling and casting bucktails and flukes, has been effective. Fishing down-lines in 30 feet or less has also been working, and fishing cut bait off points is starting to get good. Some schooling activity has been reported later in the morning once the sun gets up. Crappie: Good. Captain Brad Taylor reports that the spawn is essentially completed and crappie are moving to mid-depth brush in 12-15 feet of water where they can be caught on minnows and jigs. The best brush will be found in the mouths of creeks and on the sides of channels. Fishing bridges and docks in the same depth range is also a productive pattern. Largemouth bass: Fair to good. Veteran Lake Murray tournament bass angler Captain Doug Lown reports that fish at all three stages of the spawn - pre-spawn, spawning, and postspawn - can be caught on Lake Murray right now. This should continue well into May as water temperatures have stayed relatively cool. It’s hard to go wrong fishing soft plastics in the shallows right now, including shakey heads, flukes and Texas-rigged worms.

Lake Wateree Crappie: Fair. Fish are prespawn and still not shallow, but they’re just about ready. Really should crank up soon. Cast jigs to docks and minnows to banks. Some are suspended around 24-30 in the mouths of coves.

Lake Monticello Catfish: Fair to good. Captain Chris Simpson reports that he has started catching fish in the shallower range of 5-40 feet right now instead of in their winter-time haunts of 60+ feet. The backs of coves and humps and points in that depth range have been most productive, and drifting or anchoring have both been working. There are plenty of fish out deep but at times it seems as if the shallow fish are more aggressive. Big cut gizzard shad and white perch are working for big fish, and if you want to put any size fish in the boat small cut herring is tough to beat.

TIDE TABLES MONDAY, Apri1 29 05:37 AM -0.53 L 11:31 AM 5.34 H 05:40 PM -0.41 L


| TUESDAY, April 30 12:10 AM 6.31 H 06:32 AM -0.35 L 12:30 PM 5.24 H 06:39 PM -0.15 L

WEDNESDAY, May 1 01:10 AM 6.05 H 07:29 AM -0.2 L 01:33 PM 5.18 H 07:42 PM 0.1 L

THURSDAY, May 2 02:11 AM 5.8 H 08:28 AM -0.1 L 02:38 PM 5.21 H 08:49 PM 0.27 L

FRIDAY, May 3 03:13 AM 5.6 H 09:27 AM -0.08 L 03:41 PM 5.33 H 09:55 PM 0.33 L

SATURDAY, May 4 04:13 AM 5.46 H 10:24 AM -0.13 L 04:41 PM 5.51 H 10:58 PM 0.29 L

PUBLIC RECORD Marriage Licenses Drace Franklin Talley and Chantel Lechae Curlett, both of Shaw Air Force Base; Cody Lee Watters and Aubrey Michelle Gregory, both of Pinewood; John David Hudson and Tricia Rogers McJunkin; Samuel Andre Temoney of Wedgefield and Sonya Chaveta Brown of Kingstree; Levon Conyers and Mary Jane Gaymon; Robert Lee Polite and Elvira Lanetta White; Noah James Holder and Helen Marie Gaston; Willie Terrell Woods and Marcella Rena Bradley; Junior Filogene and Courtney Almeta Wright; Jesse Anthony Fennell and Tanisha Melissa DeCoteau, both of Dalzell; Roger Lee Good and Bregettez Yuna Mack; Russell James Stock and Kendra Lynn Sundt. Jesse Aaron Yomtob and Devin Fay Eargle; Charlie Randolph Taylor and Delila Walker, both of Wedgefield; Walter Blanding and Mari McKinzie Bennett, both of Rembert; Nicholas Hamilton Forester and Heather Isabelle Godon, both of Columbia; Mary Anthony Deininger and Evelyn Frances Anderson; Phillip Andrew Wescott and Kelly Teresa Krouse; Michael Anthony Hendrix and Britney Danielle Cox, both of Rembert; Robin D. Williams and Amanda Jean Crone of Shaw Air Force Base; Tyrone Jason Pearson of Camden and Melissa E. Ross of Dalzell; Joseph Guy Mangum and Brittanie Lauren Mixon; Maurice Antwon Ransom of Rembert and Chaundrica Mercedes Segura. John Wesley Wilson and Shironica Lynn Chestnut; Rolando Dixson Collantes and Ann Louise Grogan; Taylor James Mount and Adriana Isabel Fontes; Kelly Ray Knopf and Jenny Lauren Stephens of Turbeville; Daniel Willard Davis and Jane Holly Baird, both of Easley; Cody Leon Patton and Avery Leigh Pence, both of Dalzell; Johnny Lee Pugh and Tonya Denise Johnson; Derryl McDowell and Melissa Ann Green; Kyle Mitchell Padgett and Amanda Kay Ziegler, both of Dalzell; Jackie V. Campbell of Hopkins and Valerie Yvonne McGowan; Trevor Richard Ragin and Delshaun Monique Rose, both of Savannah, Ga. Bradley Dustin Hughes of Mont-

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Property Transfers Craig Hanscom to Tumbleweed Construction LLC, one lot, one building, 1130 Belmont Drive, $5 etc.; American General Financial Services Inc. to Springleaf Financial Services of South Carolina Inc., 5570-5580 Cimmaron Road, $72,000; American General Financial Services

Inc. to Springleaf Financial Services of South Carolina Inc., 5570-5580 Cimmaron Road, $72,000; Barbara Black to Springleaf Financial Services of South Carolina Inc., two buildings, 5580 Cimmaron Road, $72,000; Springleaf Financial Services of South Carolina Inc. to William B. Dollar, two buildings, 5580 Cimmaron Road, $30,000; Springleaf Financial Services of South Carolina Inc. to William B. Dollar, 5570-5580 Cimmaron Road, $30,000. Bradford W. Wood et al to Bradford W. Wood et al, 4960 Peach Orchard Road, $5 etc.; Larry W. Godwin et al to Jenette Brazell, one lot, two buildings, 4 York Court, $120,000; Siclinda Canty-Elliott (lifetime estate) to Siclinda Canty-Elliott (lifetime estate), one lot, one building, 231 Memorial Ave., $5 etc.; Siclinda Canty-Elliott (lifetime estate) to Siclinda Canty-Elliott (lifetime estate), one lot, one building, 231 Memorial Ave., $5 etc.; Siclinda CantyElliott (lifetime estate) to Siclinda Canty-Elliott, one lot, one building, 231 Memorial Ave., $5 etc.; Roland A. McCollum to St. Marks Church, one lot, one building, 25 Harby Ave., $5 etc.; Napolean Ramsey to Napoleon and Essie Mae Ramsey, one lot, two buildings, 578 National St., $5 etc. William B. Dollar to Anna L. Turner, four buildings, 1385 Peach Orchard Road, $158,900; Federal National Mortgage Association to Juenarrl Keith, one building, 150 Boots Branch Road, $22,000; McElveen Builders LLC to The Citizens Bank, one lot, one building, 1810 Moorhill Estate Drive, $169,353; Michael and Nyetta Lovey Hill Lewis to Nyetta Lovey Hill-Lewis, 2112 Nettles Road, $5 etc.; Michael Todd and Shelley K. Griffin to Federal National Mortgage Association, one lot, one building, 131 Tucson, $101,200; Mary Baxley to U.S. Bank NA (trustee), one lot, one building, 394 Myrtle Beach Highway, $2,500; Mungo Homes Inc. to Sean R. Macheski-Brashear, one lot, one building, 1601 Cabelas Place, $155,733. Diane Arrants to Rachel Lee Rodgers, two buildings, 356-358 Pack Road, $29,000; Jennifer C. Lewis to

Jonathan E. Ardis, one lot, four buildings, 2843 Stratford Drive, $125,000; Philip B. and Kimberly G. Fidler to Norman and Gloria J. Williams, one lot, one building, 1038 N. Guignard Drive (24), $5 etc.; Timothy L. and Sherelle D. Bedford to Hytham M. and Kimberly M. Elsaleh, one lot, one building, 1857 Mossberg Drive, $148,500; Cynthia D. Croft (lifetime estate) to Lindsey D. Croft and Daniel Chapman, one lot, two buildings, 2040 Columbia Circle, $45,000; Sandra L. Miller and Marie R. Blackwell (interest of Curtis Miller) to Leroy and Willie Jean Peeples, two lots, three buildings, 370 Palmetto St., $169,000. James Aaron Dyson Construction LLC to Premier Homes of Sumter LLC, one lot, 2640 Stirrup Lane, $26,500; Hurricane Construction Inc. to Benjamin C. and Christy L. Staats, one lot, 3260 Mitchum St., $194,990; Joan W. Henderson to Vanderbilt Mortgage & Finance Inc., one lot, two buildings, 4850 Silo Road, $2,500; Thomas S. Stradford to Vanderbilt Mortgage & Finance Inc., one lot, 6425 Spring Hill Road, $2,500; Betty Washington to Vanderbilt Mortgage & Finance Inc., one lot, 913 E. Fulton St., $2,500; Helen Edens Richardson Estate to Michael M. Richardson Sr. et al, one lot, one building, 16 Lenoir St., $5 etc.; Michael M. Richardson Sr. et al to Michael M. Richardson Sr., one lot, one building, 16 Lenoir St., $5 etc. Eh Pooled 712 LP to Charles D. Broadway, one lot, one building, 417 Belk St., $16,000; Ernest F. Shipton Estate and Macey W. Shipton to Macey W. Shipton, one lot, three buildings, 3630 Lindella Road, $5 etc.; Lyman L. and Regenia M. Brunson to Lyman L. Brunson, 4120 Myrtle Beach Highway, $5 etc.; Estate of Ferdinand Stewart to Nancy Griffin, one lot, three buildings, 128 Palmetto St., $5 etc.; Ren F. James to Rosemary James, one lot, one building, 927 Club Lane, $155,000; Wyman and Robin T. Geddings to John Charles Ammons, one lot, two buildings, 12 Monoghan Court, $74,000; Ginko LLC to Kristain Livingston, 3850 Queen Chapel Road, $18,500.


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Paul Purvis and Bonnie Belger of the Sumter Ballroom Dance Club demonstrate the jive for residents of Covenant Place recently. A popular dance during the Big Band Era, the jive is one of the dances people might choose to do during the Sumter Community Concert Jazz Ensemble’s Big Band Swing Dance at the Elks Club on Friday, May 10.


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Inspired by the couples in Dancing with the Sumter Stars? Even if you didn’t see them competing, but you like to dance or just listen to big band music and jazz, this might just be the time you’ve been waiting for.


he first week of May is one Rick Mitchum has been anticipating for quite a while, he said. “I love big band music,” Mitchum said. “We have wanted to do something really special involving jazz and big band for some time, and this is it.” The spokesman for the Sumter Community Concert Jazz Band referred to two concerts: The SCCB Jazz Ensemble will be joined at Patriot Hall by the Sumter High School Jazz Band at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 7, at Patriot Hall; and the SCCB Jazz Band will present a Big Band Spring Dance at the Sumter Elks Club on Friday, May 10. “We’ve done joint concerts with the Sumter High jazz band for a few years now,” Mitchum said, “and people always love them. Those young people can really play, and they’ve got a talented director in (Sumter High School band director) Mark Kaufman.” Mitchum plays trumpet with the SCCB Jazz Ensemble and is its bandleader. “They’re all such talented musicians, they don’t really need much in the way of a bandleader,” he said. “Jay Shealy, our drummer, just gives them the beat, and then they’re off and playing.” Each band will play a set Tuesday, and there will be an intermission in between. The SCCBand will start the program with its theme song, Glenn Miller’s “Moonlight Serenade.” “There’s nobody that doesn’t like ‘Moonlight Serenade,’” Mitchum said. “You just have to wonder what Glenn Miller would have done if he hadn’t died in World War II.” The ensemble will also close its portion of the concert with a Miller piece, “In the Mood.” As did most big bands, the SCCB Jazz Ensemble will have its own girl singer, in this case Betsy Ridgeway, who’ll offer the Harold Arlen classic, “Over the Rainbow.” Mitchum will also sing with the band.

From Traditional to Funk Among the other numbers on the May 7 program are Duke Ellington’s “Solitude,” Earle Hagen’s “Harlem Nocturne,” the Mexican folk song “La Bamba” and Hoagy Carmichael’s “Georgia on My Mind.” “But Beautiful,” a Jimmy Van Heusen song with lyrics by Johnny Burke, will be played by the combo of Ray Francis on trumpet, Kay Rasmussen on piano, Darren Polutta on string bass, Dick Booth on guitar and Jay Shealy on drums. Published in 1947, “But Beautiful” was introduced by Bing Crosby in the film “Road to Rio,” one of the popular “road” movies he made with Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour. Since that time it’s been covered by The Coasters, Doris Day, Barbra Streisand, Aretha Franklin and numerous others. Mark Kaufman said the

SCCB CONCERT SCHEDULE • 7 p.m., May 7, with Sumter High Jazz Band, Patriot Hall • 7-11 p.m., May 10– Big Band Spring Dance, Elks Club • 4 p.m., May 18 – SCCB concert band at Memorial Park • May 19 - SCCB Iris Festival Concert at Sumter Opera House


The husband-and-wife trombonists Jason and Jessica Bettinger, both local school band directors, will play with both the full Sumter Community Concert Band and the SCCB Jazz Ensemble in May.

SHS Jazz Band will offer a varied program, with some traditional big band sounds, but also some jazz funk and some “straight ahead jazz. “We’ll play ‘In the Mood,’” he said, “but we’ve also got a jazzed-up ar-

rangement of Van Morrison’s ‘Moon Dance’ and ‘Sing Sang Sung’ by Gordon Goodwin, whose Big Phat Band is the ‘go-to’ band as far as newer, contemporary, big band jazz. ‘Sing Sang Sung’ is a variation on ‘Sing Sing Sing’

(written by Louis Prima and made famous by Benny Goodman), but written for 2013.” “Trombone Boogie,” Kaufman said, “is an uptempo, 16-bar blues tune that’s kind of ‘swing-ish.’ ‘Back Burner’ is a straight ahead piece sort of in the ‘70s style of Maynard Ferguson and the new masters of jazz. It’s hard bop.” Some of the tunes the SHS Jazz Band will play will sound “more like a rock band,” he said. “We’ll have a wide variety, and I think people will like it.”

Jazz is freedom


The Sumter High School Jazz Band, conducted by Mark Kaufman, will present a joint concert withe the Sumter Community Concert Jazz Band Tuesday at Patriot Hall. Admission is free.

Kaufman said his musicians love to play jazz. “Jazz is freedom,” he said. “We improvise; they don’t have to play the same eighth note the same way all the time and articulate in straight time. They have to be tight, but they like to play with a different set of rules. I think the audience is going to like us.” The concert will end with the SEE CONCERTS, PAGE C6

Manning won’t go quietly; Sumter to get jetport yesteryear in Sumter

75 YEARS AGO – 1938 isfied until we get to the botSept. 23-29 tom of these matters,” ManNot satisfied with the S.C. ning said in a statement, addDemocratic Party’s executive ing “I want a further investicommittee’s decision gation.” to dismiss his protest During the party from the against voting in primary Manning archives of Charleston during The Item charged that there the recent gubernawere irregularities in torial primary, canthe voting at various didate Wyndham polling places, leadManning of Sumter ing Gov. Olin D. demanded that the Johnston to order the Charleston County state militia to imgrand jury investipound ballot boxes Item Editor gate balloting in the HUBERT OSTEEN until the party’s execHoly City that led to utive committee had Charleston Mayor made a decision. FolBurnet R. Maybank being de- lowing Manning’s protest, clared the winner and new Charleston County Sheriff Jogovernor of South Carolina. seph M. Poulnot ordered “The voters will not be sat- Henry W. Lockwood, chair-

man of the Charleston County Democratic Party executive committee, to turn over ballot boxes and polling lists on orders of the county grand jury as that body began summoning numerous witnesses to testify before it concerning alleged irregularities. Presiding general sessions court judge Strom Thurmond began his involvement in the matter with some questionable rulings. Meanwhile, The Item weighed in with a fiery editorial headlined “Grand Jury and A To Z.” In it, the newspaper thundered: “The grand jury has not been reduced by intimidation to impotence or servile complaisance, and

therefore cannot be relied upon to ignore the fraud that permeated the Charleston primary from A to Z and whitewash the agents of the machine who stuffed the ballot boxes and swore to the impossible and preposterous returns, alleged to record the results of the primary. ... The present grand jury has been deprived of its full legal powers by an off-hand ruling of the presiding judge (Thurmond) and made subservient to the Charleston County Democratic executive committee, who would be the defendants in any prosecution for fraud that the grand jury might initiate as the result of an honest and untrammeled

investigation of the primary records and ballot boxes. ... “The Charleston machine is desperately determined to prevent at all hazards, regardless of law and morals, the lifting of the shroud of secrecy that envelopes the evidence of fraud in Charleston’s A to Z primary. ... A corrupted ballot box, a fraudulent popular election and a disregarded and emasculated grand jury are heavy penalties to pay for Charleston’s unique election practices.” A beleaguered Charleston not only had to be embroiled in a political storm but would soon be facing another storm SEE YESTERYEAR, PAGE C6







Mixon-Mangum Brittanie Lauren Mixon and Joseph Given in marriage by her father, the Guy Mangum III, both of Houston, bride wore a strapless gown embelTexas, were united in marriage at 2 lished with beads, sequins and pearls p.m. Saturday, April 6, 2013, at St. with a lace bottom and cathedral Anne’s Catholic Church in Sumter. train. She carried a bouquet of red The bride is the daughter of Mr. roses, white calla lilies and orange liland Mrs. Gary M. Mixon, and the ies accented with white pearls and granddaughter of the late Mr. and wrapped with white ribbon. Mrs. Harry Mendel L. Morgan Mixon, Mixon and the late the bride’s sister, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew served as maid of Thames, all of Sumhonor. Bridesmaids ter. She graduated were Bree Kulhanek, from the College of Fallon Donnahoo Charleston in 2010 and Ashlyn Mangwith a bachelor of um. Kinsley Conner science degree in served as flower girl. psychology. Shane Yarborough The bridegroom is served as best man. the son of retired Groomsmen were Chief Master Sgt. and Matt Shaffer, Jeffrey Mrs. Joseph G. MangCummings and Clay um Jr. of Smithfield, Mixon. Ushers were Va., and the grandShawn Armstrong son of Mr. and Mrs. and Scott Starnes. Joseph G. Mangum of Cooper Dempsey Wake Forest, N.C., served as ring bearer. MRS. JOSEPH MANGUM III and the late F. Earl The bride’s parMcPeters of Florence, ents held the recepAla., and Ms. Betty tion at The McPeters of Washington, D.C. He O’Donnell House. graduated from The Citadel in 2010 The bridegroom’s parents held the with a bachelor of science degree in rehearsal party at Serendipity. business administration. He is emFollowing the wedding, the couple ployed as an operations supervisor for will reside in Savannah. A.P. Moller Maersk in Savannah, Ga. ••• The Rev. Peter Sousa officiated at The couple is registered at Target, the ceremony.; Belk,; Music was provided by Ann and Bed, Bath and Beyond, www.bedCaldwell, organist.



Black-Harvin Bridget Black of Summerton and Leroy Harvin Jr. of Sumter announce their engagement. The bride-elect is the daughter of James and Allean Sanders of Summerton and the late James Black Jr. She is the granddaughter of Willie Thomas Black of Summerton, the late Mamie Ruth Black, and the late Reatus and Leroy Benbow. She attends Central Carolina Technical College. The bridegroom-elect is the son of Eloise Harvin of Sumter and the late Leroy Harvin Sr., and the grandson of Emma Harvin of Sumter and the late Derry Pack and the late Ciscero and Ella Lee Jones Harvin. He graduated from Sumter High School in 1984. He is employed as a maintenance manager by Koyo Corp. in Orangeburg. The wedding is planned for Aug. 17, 2013, at Taw Caw Missionary Baptist Church in Summerton.


EAR ABBY — As er the level of education, a father of two the more stable the couteenage daughple will be. If the questers, I have a question tion is presented to your about couples living todaughters, ideally you gether. Do relationships will have gotten to know that start this the young man, way have a highand the relationer failure rate ship will have dethan those that veloped beyond don’t? What the casual stage. should be conHowever, I sidered when a cannot stress young girl has strongly enough the “living tothe importance of gether” question Abigail your girls being presented to her VAN BUREN independent, by a young man? self-supporting And most important, and completing their what can I as a father do education before they to help my daughters decide to do this. One of make an intelligent dethe most common reacision about this, other sons women remain in than just “load my shot- unhappy marriages/regun” (LOL)? lationships is the fear As always, thank you they can’t survive on for broadening my wistheir own. dom horizon and giving me examples of solid DEAR ABBY — My advice from which both husband and I are hopmy and my family’s life ing you could shed have been enriched. some light on the pracLONGTIME FAN tice of throwing rice at a IN OHIO wedding. We were not only wondering when DEAR LONGTIME and how the practice FAN — It depends upon started, but also do peowhether the couple livple still throw rice today ing together are engaged at weddings? We had to be married and their heard that guests had level of education. From stopped doing so to help what I’ve read, the high- protect wildlife (espedear abby

FLORENCE — Candice Shada Escorted by her father and given Whitaker and John Joseph Greenan in marriage by her parents, the III, both of Charleston, were united bride wore an ivory, silk in marriage at 6 p.m. Saturday, charmeuse Jenny Packham gown April 27, 2013, at Bannockburn, the and carried a bouquet of peonies, bridegroom’s family home. garden roses and hydrangeas. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Music was performed by a string Sonya D. Walker of North Augusta quartet which included Benjamin and Peter L. Whitaker of Sumter, Liu, violinist; Darby Moore, violinand the granddaughter of Mr. and ist; Dr. Mary Louise Nagata, violist; Mrs. Robert C. and Kiana Melton of ManCreese, cellist. ning and Mr. and A garden reMrs. Jerry A. Walkception immedier of Emmett, ately followed the Idaho, and the late ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Mrs. Brandy V. Whitaker of Lynn Bradley, Sumter. She gradusister of the ated summa cum bride, served as laude from Clemmatron of honor, son University with Sally Leewith a bachelor of Ann Key as maid science in health of honor. Bridesscience and is a maids were Mrs. fourth-year mediMollie Sharp cal student at the Cone, Jourdan Medical University Cora Davis, Merof South Carolina edith Leigh MillMRS. JOHN GREENAN III in Charleston. er, Mrs. Elizabeth Upon graduation Graham Quirin in May, she will and Mrs. Lauren begin her residency in obstetrics Miller Schmitt. Meadow Haze and gynecology at the Medical Bradley, niece of the bride, and University of South Carolina. Clara Rhame Willcox, niece of the The bridegroom is the son of Mr. bridegroom, served as flower and Mrs. Hugh LaBarbe Willcox Jr. girls. and Mr. and Mrs. John Joseph The bridegroom’s father served Greenan Jr., all of Florence. He is as best man. Groomsmen were Mithe grandson of the late Mr. and chael Corey Davis, Peter Hector Mrs. Robert C. Rogerson, the late McEachin, Sterling Web McMillan, James E. Watson, and the late Mrs. Matthew Reed Stoupenos, Duncan Lucille C. Greenan, all of Florence, Wright Tyson III, and brothers of and the late John J. Greenan Sr. of the bridegroom, Hugh LaBarbe Bridgeport, Conn. He graduated Willcox III and Walker Heinitsh from The Citadel with a bachelor of Willcox. science in civil engineering and Logan David Barnes, ChristoClemson University with a master pher Marion Orman, and Tanner of science in civil engineering. He Lawson Richburg, nephew of the is employed by Applied Building bride, served as ushers. Sciences, Inc., in Charleston. After a wedding trip to the CaThe Rev. A. Kenneth Weldon ofribbean, the couple will reside in ficiated at the ceremony. Charleston.

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cially birds). Have you found this to be true? If so, what do we throw now? EMPTY-HANDED IN WISCONSIN DEAR EMPTYHANDED — Ricethrowing is an ancient tradition that may date back to ancient Rome and Egypt or even earlier. It was a ritual having to do with fertility -many grains of rice equating to having many children. In some countries, the couple is pelted with dates, raisins or even eggs, according to Ask Yahoo. According to Emily Post: “All the traditional materials have their drawbacks: Rice can be dangerous for birds if ingested; birdseed can sprout weeds in unwanted places; rose petals are notoriously slippery; and even bubbles can stain a gown. Instead, you might distribute colored flags or streamers for guests to wave. ... It beats assigning someone the nearly impossible task of trying to recover grains and seeds from grass and flower beds.”

BETH J. HARPAZ Associated Press NEW YORK — Buying a diamond ring can be intimidating. What do you look for? How much should you pay? Should you buy online or in a store? Demystify the process by learning about the four C’s: carat, color, clarity and cut. This system of grading diamonds was developed 60 years ago by the Gemological Institute of America. Here’s a primer on the four C’s. THE FOUR C’S

• Carat is a weight measurement. A 1-carat diamond weighs 200 milligrams. But there’s no ideal size for a diamond. It depends on your budget and taste. Some women want a big rock; others prefer a delicate, less blingy look. Small diamonds are cheaper than large diamonds. A ring with three small diamonds totaling 1 carat costs less than a single 1-carat stone of similar quality. • Color is graded by letter, starting with D for rare, colorless diamonds. E and F are considered excellent, but G or H diamonds will look just as good to the naked eye. Farther down the scale, you’ll notice differences. “If you put a K color beside a G color, you’ll notice more yellow in the K,” said Russell Shor, senior industry analyst for the Gemological Institute. • Clarity measures diamond flaws, called inclusions, which might appear as tiny spots, clouds or cavities in the stone. The clarity grade SI stands for “slightly included.” VS is a better grade, “very slightly included.” VVS is even higher, “very, very slightly included.” Most inclusions in the VVS-SI range cannot be seen by the untrained eye “unless someone tells you where it is,” Shor said. • Cut measures workmanship, rather than a diamond’s inherent qualities. The way a stone is cut enhances sparkle and luminosity and can hide flaws. The best cut rating, ideal, is rare. About a third of diamonds are rated fair, good or very good. THE FORMULA

What should you look for in each of the C’s? “The one thing you should not trade off on is the quality of the cut,”

said Shor. “Even a nice color stone, if not well-cut, will be dull and lifeless. But if it’s a middle color — like K — and it’s got a real excellent cut, it will pop and flash with all the sparkle that diamonds are famous for.” After choosing the cut, “balance the color, clarity and carat weight based on your personal preference to find the best diamond for you and your budget,” said Amanda Gizzi, spokeswoman for Jewelers of America. For example, for $2,000, you might pick a 1-carat, K-color stone with a slight inclusion, or a half-carat, G-color, with a very slight inclusion. An L or M-colored diamond at that price “will get you a 2-carat honker, but you’ll definitely notice the yellow and you’ll see some inclusions,” said Shor. Consumers pay $3,500 on average for engagement rings, according to Jewelers of America. On the low end, Shor recommends spending at least $700 to $1,000 to get “something that’s not too small and of reasonable quality, a respectable half-carat stone.” SHAPE AND STYLE

Engagement rings traditionally feature gold bands with a center diamond, though some have smaller diamonds on either side. Melissa Colgan, senior style editor for Martha Stewart Weddings, says the engagement ring that Prince William gave to Kate Middleton, a large sapphire surrounded by diamonds, has increased interest in rings with other gemstones. Diamonds can be cut into many shapes. Round, the most common, offers “the biggest bang for your buck because the difference between the raw and cut diamond is smaller,” Colgan said. But she said unusual shapes with retro looks and names like marquise, Asscher and pear are having a resurgence, partly because celebrities are wearing them. Whether a shape is flattering depends on your fingers. “If you have long thin fingers, you can wear something like Asscher or princess that is more square-cut,” Colgan said. “If you have shorter fingers or muscular hands, marquise or oval will elongate your fingers.” But long nails don’t mix with oval: “It looks like you’ve got a weird nail in the middle of your hand.”


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ABOVE: Mary Brown takes a turn in the shuffleboard tournament during Senior Fitness Games. Minnie China, far right, waits to challenge her. ABOVE: Doris Smith, 76, of the South Hope Senior Center, gets the softball flying during Wednesdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Senior Fitness Games on the athletic field at the Sumter Recreation Department. LEFT: Brenda Riley gives a mighty heave of the football during Senior Fitness Games on Wednesday at the Sumter Recreation Department. She attends the Delaine Senior Center and is also an active member of the Shepherdâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Center of Sumter. RIGHT: Ernest Wilson, a member of the Mayesville Senior Center, lets a horseshoe fly during the games. Seniors also competed in golf, bowling, corn toss, basketball throw, track and field and other events. The games concluded with an awards banquet and senior prom on Friday evening.

Nancy Champion of the DeLaine Senior Center tries to put a little body English on her horseshoe throw.


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Sumter piano students Rachel Blanding, Sarah Jekel, Jacob McDonald and Ashauna Leverette are among the stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top young musicians, receiving Superior ratings for their performances recently. Blanding, Jekel and Leverette played in the South Carolina Piano Festival Auditions at the University of South Carolina School of Music and were awarded their superior ratings by judges Dr. Thomas Swenson, of Winston-Salem, N.C.; Margaret Louise Norwood of Charlotte; Robert Setzer of Hickory,

N.C.; and Dr. Dylan Savage of the University of North Carolina Charlotte. These students each played from memory three piano solos chosen from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Contemporary repertoires. In another competition, Jekel and Leverette received Superior ratings and gold medals for their solo performances in the South Carolina Independent Schools Association Music Festival held in March at the USC School of Music in Columbia. All four pianists are students of Jane Luther Smith.




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“Belk: ‘Where you may shop with confidence’” was the motto of one of Sumter’s longtime department stores. Here, the front view of the downtown Belk store is seen circa 1970s.

Belk has long history with Sumter shoppers Last Sunday’s Reflections looked back at the J.C. Penney store’s history in Sumter. Today in part two our trilogy on Sumter’s department stores features a brief sketch on the arrival and development of the Belk Department store.


ounded in 1888 in Monroe, N.C., by William Henry Belk, the Belk Department Store, was originally known as the New York Racket and later as Belk Brothers, when William Henry’s brother, Dr. John Belk, became a partner. The company moved its headquarters to Charlotte in 1908 and opened a gigantic store on Trade and Tryon streets in the downtown area. This flagship store was closed in 1988 to allow for the construction of the Bank of America Center and the North Carolina Blumenthal Performing Arts Center. Belk now has about 306 stores located in 19 states with the greatest concentration being in the Carolinas.

ABOVE: Employees are seen in 1943 celebrating the 9th anniversary of Belk’s opening in Sumter. LEFT: An architect’s rendering of the front view of Belk-Stroman is seen circa 1943.



“It’s not the oldest store, nor the largest, nor the smallest — but it’s Sumter’s shopping center: Belk-Stroman (originally Belk-Robinson), of course! … the reason? Well, families here have learned they can trust implicitly in the store’s familiar slogan, ‘Where you may shop with confidence.’” A contract was let for the Belk store on South Main Street to be constructed by September of 1934. Neill O’Donnell, owner of Sammy what was known as the old Scaffe WAY lot, oversaw construction. The Haynsworth Construction Co. of Florence was awarded the contract to build the new facility. O’Donnell stated that construction would begin immediately and be completed within 90 days, hopefully by Sept. 1, 1934. The building was to be 50 feet wide and 150 feet deep. According to The Sumter Daily Item, “It will be one story but will have a 75-foot mezzanine floor. Another store, which will be about 20 feet wide and 100 feet deep, is included in the construction contract and will be a part of the building that will cover the entire lot. The smaller store has not yet been leased by Mr. O’Donnell.” The new building will be one of the most modern on Main Street featuring a modern buff stone front. The “exposed woodwork will be enclosed in brass.” An article published in a September 1934

issue of The Sumter Daily Item announced, “The Belk-Robinson Co. will open for business here at nine o’clock tomorrow morning in its new and beautiful building on South Main Street. The building was constructed by Mr. Neill O’Donnell on specifications of the Belk Co. and is the largest department store in Sumter. The balcony above the sprawling main floor measured 75 feet deep and 50 feet wide.” The structure was designed by Sumter architect Whitney Cunningham and cost $40,000 to build. The new store would boast the latest and most modern features, making it comparable to many of the finest stores in STROMAN much larger cities. The store was stocked with $40,000 in goods comprising “every kind of wearing apparel for men, women and children. The shoe department would be complete and would comprise one of the largest stocks of shoes for every member of the family in this section of the state,” the newspaper went on to say. The balcony housed ladies’, children’s and infants’ garments; the main floor provided space for the other departments. R.G. Robinson, who resided in Charleston, was president of the store and was on hand for the grand opening. Robinson died in 1938 and the Sumter store closed for two days in memory of its former manager. W.H. Belk, a Charlotte resi-

One of several entrances to the Belk store, now located at Sumter Mall, formerly know as Jessamine Mall, is seen in the early 1980s.

dent, was president of the corporation consisting of more than 100 stores located in the Carolinas, Georgia and Tennessee. Prior to construction, the Belk organization had planned for at least five years to locate a store in the Sumter area, and after negotiations were finally completed, a location was decided on and secured. Robinson announced that a formal opening of the new Belk facility would be held at a later date. The facility was staffed by 40 employees hired from the Sumter community. E.C. Stroman from Orangeburg, who had worked for Belk-Robinson for eight years, became the manager of the store after the death of Mr. Robinson. Stroman, “who became stockholder in January of 1942 when the firm’s name was changed to Belk-Stroman, combined a pleasing personality with a profound knowledge of the mercantile business.” Belk continues to be a viable part of Sumter’s business community. The store, along with several other retail merchants, moved to Sumter Mall, formerly Jessamine Mall, where it continues to serve Sumter residents. Information used to prepare this article was obtained from The Item archives and Wikipedia Encyclopedia. Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at or (803) 774-1294.


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Juniors Mary Margaret Green, Julia Law, Sydney Long and Aileen Twohig were all nominated for Girls State. After going through an intensive interview process, Mary Margaret Green and Julia Law have been chosen to attend Girls State as representatives of the school. Aileen Twohig will serve as the alternate. NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTION

Parents and friends gathered on “the Hill” to watch the second Junior National Honor Society Induction Ceremony on March 20. Inductees were recognized as they walked onto the stage as their impressive resumes were read. Participation is limited to students who have met the rigid requirements for membership. According to the Junior National Honor Society rules and regulations, membership “is based on outstanding scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Once selected, members have the responsibility to continue to demonstrate these qualities.” With the current JNHS officers instructing the honorees, the ceremony emphasized the standards the new members would be setting for themselves. Inducted into the society were Zachary Fugate, Lindley Hodge, Payton Houser, Eli Kessinger, Marley McCormick, Connor Mouzon, Josie Reed, Carmen Silvester and Ellie White. — Jennifer Cain


Students at Summerton Early Childhood Center and their parents danced the evening away at the school’s Little Prince and Princess Masquerade Ball. This grand event was held April 12 at the Scott’s Branch High School Gym. Dressed in festive colors and complementing their outfits with Mardi Grasstyle masks, students were fit for fun. Congratulations to our first ever Little Prince and Little Princess 2013, Decorius Canty and Aminah Geddie. SECC’s best spellers from first and second grade competed against each other to claim the title of “Top Speller” at the school’s second Annual Spelling Bee held April 17 before a crowd of parents, peers and other well-wishers. These “Super” spellers really outdid themselves, spelling grade level words and beyond. Winners were: First grade – Jazlyn Lawson; second grade – Jasmyn Hickson; and SECC’s spectacular speller and overall winner, William Nnamdi Hopkins, second grade. ST. PAUL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

SPES third-graders have started mini gardens in their classrooms. These mini gardens give students a hands-on learning opportunity as they study about plant life. SPES third-grade students have illustrated and summarized the life cycle of seeds and have identified the parts of seeds and plants. As they continue to investigate the conditions under which plants grow, some students have even developed a love of gardening.

University of South Carolina Sumter PATTERSON TO SPEAK AT COMMENCEMENT

Patty Jaye Garrett Patterson, director of public safety and welfare for the City of Sumter, will speak to the USC Sumter 2013 graduates on May 8 in the Nettles Auditorium. Patterson was born in Bangor, Maine, to the late retired Master Sgt. Lorenzo L. and Mrs. Clara S. Garrett. She came to Sumter in 1973 via her father’s military assignment to Shaw Air Force Base. Patterson earned a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies in 1990 and a master’s in criminal justice in 1999, both from the University of South Carolina. She also graduated from the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy and the Federal Bureau of Investigations National Academy. In the course of a 32-year professional career in law enforcement, Patterson participated in several national training sessions for executive-level leaders. In 2001, she became Sumter’s first female and first African-American police chief and was one of the highest ranking female officers in South Carolina law enforcement. She retired from that position in 2011. Patterson serves on the Council for a Strong America and on the South Carolina Probation, Pardon and Parole Advisory Council. She is a former president of the S.C. Police Chiefs Association and former vice president of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. She also served as president of the National Association of Women Law Enforcement Executives.

Patterson was professionally recognized with the Leadership Achievement Award in 2011 from the National Association of Women Law Enforcement Executives; the Lifetime Achievement Award from the S.C. Law Enforcement Officers Association; and the Distinguished Alumni Award from USC. She was inducted into the South Carolina Black Hall of Fame in 2002. In addition to her position as public safety and welfare director, Patterson is a private consultant for Dillard Financial Solutions. She and her husband, Wendell B. Patterson, have a 17-year-old daughter, Anastasia. — Misty Hatfield


The Crestwood Singing Knights, under the leadership of Choral Director Deborah Horton, traveled to Williamsburg, Va., recently to compete against choirs from schools across the country. Two of the Crestwood choirs competed including the Chamber Choir and the Mixed Choir in Division III. In their division, both choirs received superior ratings and took first place. Both choirs went on to become the overall champions, receiving the highest numerical score out of all divisions. Twenty nine students competed and were up against Division IV choirs with more than 100 singers. The combined Advanced Middle School Orchestra from Bates and Alice Drive middle schools was awarded a very high superior rating at the Concert Festival recently. The annual Battle of the Drumlines was held last weekend at the Donald L. Crolley Memorial Stadium at Hillcrest Middle School. Crestwood High School Band Director Brian Moss coordinated the event which featured seven high school drumline programs from across the state and an exhibition given by the Crestwood drumline. Other musical talent from Sumter School District elementary and middle schools performed during the event, and local vendors had food for sale. Mayor Joe McElveen designated April 20 as the Battle of the Drumlines Day in Sumter. Articles collected before and during the event were donated to Crosswell Children’s Home. Donations include items such as toothbrushes and toothpaste, baby items such as diapers and wipes, socks, T-shirts and underwear, and hair care products. OAKLAND STUDENTS LEARN FROM USC STUDENTS

Fifteen early childhood and elementary education students from the USC Upstate program, housed at USC Sumter, visited Oakland Primary School on April 19 and taught approximately 700 kindergarten and first-grade students about health, nutrition and physical fitness. The USC students and some of their professors manned various stations around the school, and the Oakland students rotated through. Some of the stations involved physical activities such as Zumba and dancing. Some incorporated art, math and science into the health and nutrition curriculum. One group of students taught the students how to make smoothies and let them choose the fruits for their own personal treat. Another group made collages about food from the “Eat This, Not That” series. One of the favorite stations was an energetic storytelling booth manned by Dr. Marilyn Izzard, USC Upstate Director of Teacher Education. In addition to her duties as director, Izzard is a renowned, much sought-after storyteller. The event at Oakland was scheduled to coincide with the Week of the Young Child. It was made possible in part by a grant given to the education students by the Sumter Walmart. The grant titled Flipping for Fruits and Vegetables provided flip cameras for the USC students and included working with children to teach them the importance of proper nutrition and healthy lifestyles.

the Statehouse recently. The event was part of statewide celebration of the importance of reading and libraries. Students attending from Ebenezer were members of the school’s two book clubs, Book Chatters and Word Warriors. The event was sponsored by the S.C. Association of School Librarians and the S.C. State Library. The festivities began with a parade down Columbia’s Senate Street, beginning at the State Library. A school roll call was conducted after the students reached the Statehouse grounds. After a program of entertainment, the students read together and to other groups. “Kids who Read Succeed” was the theme for the Read-In 2013. Read-In emphasizes the impact libraries and reading have on students. DISTRICT TEACHER OF THE YEAR HONORED

Bojangles of S.C. and SC Future Minds have partnered together to honor the local District Teachers of the Year. On Tuesday, the Sumter School District Teacher of the Year, Trevor Ivey, was honored at the Bojangles Restaurant on Broad Street. Ivey was presented with books and other items for his students, and those in attendance were treated to food and coupons courtesy of Bojangles. Ivey is a science teacher at Alice Drive Elementary School. Superintendent Randolph D. Bynum Sr. was on hand at the event as were many members of the Teacher Advisory Council, the Teacher Forum and colleagues of Ivey’s. In an email to his colleagues regarding the event, Ivey said, “I’m excited about the partnership that SC Future Minds has established with Bojangles locations around the state to honor the ‘heart work’ of its teacher leaders.” POLICE DEPARTMENT PRESENTS PROGRAM

The Sumter Police Department sponsored In an Instant Tuesday at Sumter High School. The program began with a video regarding the dangers of drinking and driving. The program is one of two programs rotated every other year by the police department for the juniors and seniors before the annual prom. After the viewing of the informative video, the students are taken outside where they have the opportunity to drive a golf cart while wearing goggles that simulate drunk driving. The students were given a safe, risk-free chance to see how impaired a driver is at various levels of blood alcohol content. The program also included an informative talk by Tony Rivers, head of the Police Department’s Traffic Division. MILLWOOD CELEBRATES 50 YEARS

Millwood Elementary celebrated its 50th anniversary as a school Thursday with an open house and tour of the school. The event included a program in the cafeteria with a former PTA president as master of ceremonies, and a performance by the school chorus. —Mary B. Sheridan

St. Anne Catholic School


Roll: Haile McBride, Lalia Ramsey, Taylor Walker and Jayden Stewart Pre-K through First Grade A/B Honor Roll: Hailey Watson, Selima Yehudah and Koi Dennis Elementary through High School A Honor Roll: Mubarak Picou, Cameron Weston, Daniel Fulwood and Mikayah Anderson Elementary through High School A/B Honor Roll: Eric Campbell, Khalil Buckman, Michael Anderson, Milayah Anderson and Tashayah Nathaniel — Lottie McCaw


Cheryl Landstrom was named the State High School Teacher of the Year by the S.C. Independent School Association. After being selected by her peers at the school, Landstrom entered the state-level contest by submitting an essay, resume and recommendations from peers and the administration. After reading through the many submissions for Teacher of the Year from across the state, a panel of educators made the selection of the top three finalists and then announced the winner at a banquet held in Orangeburg on April 16. Landstrom teaches English IV, Honors English III, Senior Writing and Shakespeare. She is also the adviser for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, literary magazine, Creative Writing Club and Baron Mentors, and is a co-adviser for the student council. There are 110 schools in SCISA. UMBAUGH NAMED NATIONAL SCHOLAR

Senior Sam Umbaugh has been offered an Arizona State University National Merit Scholarship, valued at $100,000, which covers the full cost of tuition, room and board. The scholarship is awarded to the top incoming freshmen who have an exceptional academic record and demonstrated leadership. BRADY RECEIVES PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Senior Zak Brady received the Presidential Scholarship from Campbell University. Valued at $54,000, the scholarship is awarded to students who have demonstrated high intellectual ability, strong character, commitment to service, and excellent leadership potential. Brady also received an Administrative Scholarship, valued at $6,000, from Campbell. PARIS TRIP

French teacher Scott Warren escorted a group of students and parents to Paris for a five-day trip during spring break. The group took a guided tour of the city and saw many famous sites, including the Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower and the Cathedral of Notre Dame, and visited the Louvre, the world’s largest art museum. They walked the Champs Elysees and took a boat ride on the Seine, and the group took a trip outside of Paris to visit the village of Versailles to tour the palace and gardens.



The St. Anne Catholic School Student Senate initiated a canned food drive April 15-19. Christian Charities received 750 cans of food through the generosity of the participating students and their families. On April 12, Central Carolina Technical College hosted a Popsicle Stick Bridge Contest for St. Anne Catholic School and Thomas Sumter Academy seventh- and eighth-grade students. David Tuders, CCTC Engineering Graphics-Academic Program Manager, orchestrated the event. Bronwyn Hartman’s bridge bore the most weight at 201 pounds. Earning second place was a bridge constructed by Francesca Piccolo and Sarah Collen that withstood 138 pounds. Crystal Moore and Chloe Wapelhorst built a bridge that supported 115 pounds, placing them third in the competition.

As of April 12, 87% of the 67 members of the senior class received meritbased scholarship offers totaling more than $3.3 million to a four-year college or university. The following is a partial list of scholarship recipients compiled from information submitted to the college counselor, Diane Richardson. The College of Charleston offered a Presidential Scholarship to Mary Kennon Arscott, Curtis-Lynne Edens, Mary Francis Newman and Anna Self. Clemson University awarded an academic scholarship to Trevor Christmas, Lowndes Commander, Curtis-Lynne Edens, Maggie Lowery, Katrina Sazler, Anna Self and Cori Stroebel. The University of South Carolina offered a University Scholars Award to Amanda Armfield, Mary Kennon Arscott, Trevor Christmas and Cori Stroebel.

Morris College


Sumter School District is holding its annual Title I planning meeting on Thursday at 9 a.m. in Room 118 of the school district’s administration building, 1345 Wilson Hall Road. Interested parents, teachers, administrators and community members are invited to attend. The input of interested parties is important to the plan. For more information, call Crystal Lottig, Executive Director of Federal and External Programs, at (803) 469-8536, extension 112, or email her at EBENEZER STUDENTS ATTEND READ-IN

Ebenezer Middle School students participated in the SC Read-In 2013 at


The 4th Annual St. Anne Catholic School Fundraiser will be held on Friday at The O’Donnell House from 6:30 to 10 p.m. “Our Run for the Roses” will include heavy hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar, and silent and live auctions. Tickets are $25, and all funds raised from the event will benefit St. Anne Catholic School and assist in continuing its various programs as well as fund its financial aid programs. Call the school office at (803) 775-3632 for more information, to donate items, or to purchase tickets. — Jody Murphy


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Senior Week activities will culminate on Friday with Class Night 2013 and the President’s Dinner for graduating seniors. The event will be held at 7 p.m. in the Neal-Jones Auditorium. The President’s Dinner will immediately follow at 8 p.m. in Daniels Dining Hall. 2013 COMMENCEMENT CONVOCATION

Dr. Charles B. Jackson Sr., newly elected chairman of the Morris College Board of Trustees and senior pastor of Brookland Baptist Church in West Columbia, will give the commencement address for the Commencement Convocation on Saturday at 10 a.m. in the Sumter County Civic Center. – VickySutton Jackson




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CONCERTS from Page C1 SCCB Jazz Ensemble and the Sumter High School Jazz

Band playing the jazzy “American Patrol” together.

Big Band Spring Dance Some of the tunes from the May 7 concert might find their way to the Sumter Elks Club on Friday, May 10, when the SCCB Jazz Ensemble hosts its first Big Band Spring Dance from 7-11 p.m. Mitchum said the ensemble is very excited about the event. “This is something we’ve wanted to do for a long time,” he said. “It’s a fundraiser for the band, and it should be a lot of fun for everyone who comes.” The ensemble will play three sets of music from the era of the big bands, and they’re hoping a lot of people will get up on the dance floor.

“We’re going to have the two big banquet halls set up like a club from the 1940s,” Mitchum said, “with table seating. We’ll have free hors d’oeuvres from 7 to 7:30, and the Elks will have beverages available.” Both Mitchum and Betsy Ridgeway will sing during each set, he said. “Betsy will sing ‘Stardust’ and ‘Sentimental Journey’ and a few others,” he said, “and I’ll do ‘What a Wonderful World,’ ‘Can’t Help Falling in Love’ with the combo and a couple more with the band.” Mitchum described the sets as including some


The Sumter Community Concert Jazz Band is shown in concert at the Sumter Opera House. The band will present an evening of big band music and dancing at the Sumter Elks Club on Friday, May 10. Sumter High School Jazz Band will join them for for a May 17 concert at Patriot Hall.

mambo, rumba, jitterbug, a lot of slow tunes and more. He emphasized that dress is nice casual, adding “We want everyone to be comfortable

and just have a great time.” Admission is $12.50 per person, and tickets are available at the Elks Club on West Liberty Street; SEACO Music,

140 N. Main St.; Miss Libby’s School of Dance, 155 West Wesmark Blvd; and at the door. For more information call (803) 775-9265.

on the way from Mother Nature – next week. Three accused of drowning friend — Three young men from the Salem section of Clarendon County were arrested and charged with murder in the drowning of a friend, Albert Baker, 20, in order to collect $3,700 on an insurance policy they carried on Baker. They were identified as Herbert Morris, Harris Morris and Reames Morris. The drowning occurred at Second Mill when Baker’s car plunged into the lake near the flood gate bridge. Herbert and Harris Morris were riding with Baker, according to Chief of Rural Police W.J. Seale, assisted in the investigation by Deputy Sheriff J. Leon Dollard and city officer J.D. Chandler. Herbert Morris was married to Baker’s sister. Baker’s body was not recovered until more than an hour after it went into the water. The three Morrises are being held in the county jail pending the completion of the investigation. One shot to death, another wounded — Albert Schroder, 30, was shot to death while trying to intervene in an argument between Eugene Walker, 28, and his stepfather, Joe Myers, 62. Walker was also shot during the dispute and seriously wounded. The shooting occurred Saturday afternoon on Poston Hill, a short distance southeast of the city limits. A coroner’s jury found that Schroder had come to his death as the result of a shotgun wound by Myers and or-

dered Myers to be held for further investigation. Sumter High stops stubborn Andrews — The Sumter High Gamecocks continued their winning ways, remaining undefeated by prevailing 14-0 over a determined Andrews squad in the second game of the young season. Once again the team was led by quarterback Johnnie Sweatte and running backs Bobby Bauman and Robert Epps. Each scored a touchdown, Epps on a one-yard plunge set up by two short heaves from Sweatte to end Gene Brown and a 30-yard pass to Epps for a touchdown, ending the scoring for the evening. Sumter will journey to Camden next Friday night to take on the powerful Camden Bulldogs. From the “In and Around The Town” column – “A man, who should know better, stated the other day that the courthouse is the center of the town. The center of town is a point in the middle of Main Street, in from of the City Hall building. ... The rank and file of American citizens are not war-minded and are not willing to aid or abet the blood-loving peoples of Europe in this plunge into their manmade hell. “Sumter swing music fans will have the opportunity of hearing a nationally famous orchestra at the Sumter Theatre Monday when George Hall and his orchestra, with Dolly Dawn, singer, are scheduled to appear. Hall’s orchestra has been heard over the radio from the Taft Hotel in New York for many years and is recognized as one of the leading bands in the nation. “So much news that isn’t true is broadcast over the

world by radio that it is becoming an annoyance, not to say a nuisance to the telegraph editors of newspapers, who are constantly called by telephone to verify or deny some sensational radio yarn. “Contracts will be let to the low bidders on the new causeway and new bridges in Wateree swamp between the river and Stateburg, and work is expected to be started before the end of the year. “Mr. Henry P. Moses today received a letter from his brother, Col. Emile P. Moses, U.S. Marine Corps, who at present is stationed at the War College, Newport, R.I. Col. Moses gave a brief but graphic account of the hurricane which swept over Newport last week, causing severe damage to his waterfront home and grounds from the 95-mile per hour winds. Col. Moses, who has served with the Marines in all parts of the world, says that this storm was the most terrific and destructive he had ever witnessed. ...” At the movies: The Sumter featured “Personal Secretary” starring William Gargan and Andy Divine, followed by “Four Daughters” starring Priscilla, Rosemary and Lola Lane; “Holiday” starring Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant and Lew Ayres; “I’m From the City” starring Joe Penner and Richard Lane, and a shoot ‘em up, “Texas Trail,” starring William Boyd and George “Gabby” Hayes. The Rex showed “Old Kentucky Home” starring Evelyn Venable and Grant Richards, followed by “Robin Hood” starring Errol Flynn, Olivia deHavilland and Basil Rathbone, and a shoot ‘em up, “Black Bandit” starring Bob Baker and Marjorie Reynolds.

50 YEARS AGO – 1963 May 27-June 5 Jetport a reality for Sumter — A multi-million dollar jet airport designed to serve 11 Pee Dee counties, including Sumter County, is now in the planning stages. The announcement was made today at the Sumter Chamber of Commerce by James Cuttino, temporary chairman of the jetport committee representing Chesterfield, Clarendon, Darlington, Florence, Kershaw, Lee, Marlboro, Sumter, Marion, Dillon and Williamsburg counties. Legislation designed to implement the plan by creating the Pee Dee Industrial District has already been drafted by the committee. “Our proposal,” said Cuttino, “is a little above the dream stage right now. We have approximately the same chance as the SpartanburgGreenville airport did at its inception. Our next step is to have and economic feasibility study made so we can present the legislators with as many facts as possible and hasten passage.” Civic center proposal gets endorsements — A Civic Center proposal for Sumter was heartily endorsed today by the city and county planning commissions. Instead of presenting the proposal to either the County Board of Commissioners or City Council for action, the planners have left it up to the citizens of Sumter for their opinions on the idea. By taking it to the people first they hope to stimulate enough support to make

ing as judges included Bruce Reynolds, Ben Abbott, Joe Strangle, Lester McFarland, Nick Moise, Randy Peeples, John Baxter, C.J. Gulledge, Gene Dabbs and Frank Cain. Salvation Army plans open house — Open house will be held at the Salvation Army citadel tomorrow at 17 Kendrick St. from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., residents of the community were reminded today by Major Helen Padgett, officer in charge. The open house, planned for some time by the local staff, will climax Salvation Army week, which is being observed over the nation. Mrs. Olin G. Dorn is chairman of the hospitality committee foe Sunday afternoon’s event during which refreshments will be served. Sports Notes — The second round of the 54hole Carolinas Women’s Golf association championship tournament began today with favorite Marge Burns of Greensboro tied with three other players at 6 over par 78. Miss Burns, five times winner of the tournament, shot a 38 and 40 –78 over the No. 3 Pinehurst Country Club course here Tuesday. The course was set at 5.35 for women. Mrs. K.R. Stratford of Summerville, S.C., Miss Clara Jane Mosack of Charlotte and Mrs. Hub Covington of Orangeburg, S.C., shot identical 37 and 41 – 78s. A playoff between

the results have been announced. Irene Huckabee will be leading next year’s cheering squad as head cheerleader. Other regulars elected were Chuck Howell, Aline Harrelson, Barbara James, Carla Marazzi, Betsy Kalish, and Donna Evans. Elected as alternates were Nancy Newman, Patty Gattshall, and Cindy Lyons. Two more regular cheerleaders will be elected from the rising sophomore class at a later date. Commencement speakers announced – Edmunds High students speaking at exercises held in the auditorium Monday night are Bob Mass, Penny Dibert, Nancy Eldridge, Finley Clarke, Steve Hoar, John Dick, Jimmy Logan and Joe Wilson. School children counting the days until vacation have only a few more to cross off. Wednesday will be the final day of classes with Thursday and Friday as workdays at the school for teachers only. Students will return at 2 p.m. Friday to get report cards. Buses will run that afternoon to pick up children in time for them to reach their schools by the reporting hour. Lunch will be served in the elementary schools through Wednesday, but the midday meal today was the final one served in the junior and senior high school cafeterias. YMCA campaign wrapping up — YMCA campaign workers have


the idea a reality. Sambo Roddey, chairman of the City Planning Commission, and James Nettles, chairman of the County Planning Board, issued a joint statement this morning at a special meeting of the two planning bodies. Shopping sprees awarded to sweepstakes winners — Three area residents have won grocery store “shopping sprees” as top prizes in a six-week Pepsi-Cola Sweepstakes. Mrs. J.F. Poplin will be allowed 15 minutes to take all she can from the counters of the Piggly Wiggly Store on Manning Avenue. Ten minutes have been allotted Ralph Raby for filling his basket at Raley’s Food Center in Bishopville; and Mrs. L.B. Berwick of Alcolu will have five minutes in which to stock her larder from the A&P in Manning. In addition to the big prize winners, Pepsi officials today announced winners of 22 prizes in the sixth and final week. Myrtle Beach Camporee draws 2,200 — Sumter-Lee-Shaw District, Boy Scouts of America, was represented by 333 scouts and scouters in the annual Camporee held at Myrtle Beach Air Force Base recently. More than 2,200 scouts and scouters participated from the 10-county area served by the Pee Dee Area Council. W.M. DeLorme, Jr., local activities chairman, was in charge of the district area. Scouters serv-

Mrs. Richard Rendleman of Salisbury and Mrs. E. H. McCarter of Fayetteville was to be played this morning to decide the last place on the 16-player championship flight. Annette Roddey of Sumter finished behind the four leaders Tuesday with a 79. Shady Lane Carpet Golf on Broad Street, features an 18-hole course. It is open 1 to 11 p.m. every day. Richardson wins award — (AP) Bobby Richardson of Sumter, S.C., second baseman for the New York Yankees, has become the fourth former American Legion junior baseball player to win the legion program’s annual honor award. Richardson was accorded the honor in home plate ceremonies Sunday at Yankee Stadium before a double header with the Washington Senators. The award is for the outstanding person of the year who formerly played American Legion junior baseball. Richardson played at Sumter. The award was based on his help to the legion and other youth programs in his hometown during the winter months, and his contribution to the Yankees’ defense of their World Series title last fall. National Commander James E. Powers of Macon, Ga., made the presentation. School news — Cheerleaders for the 1963-64 school year at Edmunds High School have been elected, and

been urged to turn in their cards so that a more complete tabulation of money pledged can be made. Fulton B. Creech Sr. made the request today after a check showed many cards were still in the hands of workers. With victory assured in the effort to raise $275,000 for construction of the Y building, Creech said perhaps some persons who would like to give have not been contacted. Anyone interested in seeing the campaign brought to an early conclusion can call the YMCA and their pledge will be taken care of. At the movies: Offered at the Sumter Theater: “Showdown” starring Audie Murphy with Kathleen Crowley. Beginning Saturday is “Critics Choice” featuring Bob Hope and Lucille Ball. The Carolina was showing “Diary of a Madman” starring Vincent Price. Starting Sunday is “Spartacus” starring Kirk Douglas, Laurence Oliver, Jean Simmons, Charles Laughton, Peter Ustinov and John Gavin. At the Sky-Vue – The Sky-Vue Drive-In on Broad Street is showing a double feature – “Gigot” with Jackie Gleason and Katherine Kath followed by “Rear Window” featuring James Stewart and Grace Kelly. Contact Editor Hubert Osteen at hubert @the or 803-774-1298 or Archivist Sammy Way at waysammy@yahoo. com, 803-774-1294.




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Former teacher Julie Herlong has taken over ownership of downtown gift shop Naomi & Warner from longtime owner Naomi Warner. Herlong said she plans to expand on the success Naomi Warner built over the past 57.

Newcomer takes reins of cherished downtown store BY JAMIE H. WILSON Special to The Item One of Sumter’s oldest and most beloved downtown businesses has a new owner. Former teacher Julie Herlong said she knew she belonged in the shop when she heard that longtime downtown business owner Naomi Warner was looking to retire early from Naomi & Warner Gift Shop this year. “I could just see myself here,” she said. The transition was quick: Herlong came in on a Thursday and began work the following Monday. The store opened under new management on March 1. Herlong said she has been reorganizing and reordering inventory for the shop. She has expanded the China line to in-

clude modern selections with ornate patterns and bright colors. Herlong said while she has expanded the store’s inventory, she plans to keep the core of the business the same. True to the original intent of the shop, it continues to offer bridal registries and gifts for all occasions, said Herlong. “I’m really building on Ms. Naomi’s success,” Herlong said. “She was a phenomenal businesswoman.” Naomi and her husband, Warner Warner, originally moved to Sumter from Buffalo, N.Y., where Warner Warner managed four jewelry stores. They opened the gift shop in 1956 on Main Street and quickly expanded their shop in 1960. The shop remained in the downtown area when many retailers moved away after the infamous boardwalk


ABOVE: Naomi & Warner also has quite the collection of Portugal-based Mottahedeh china sets like this colorful display, titled “Tobacco Leaf,” available on its shelves. LEFT: These wooden caroler figurines by Byers’ Choice are one of the hot collector’s items at the store.

replaced part of Main Street. Naomi Warner continued to run the shop after her husband of 47 years passed away in 1987. About three years ago, the shop moved to its current location at 12 S. Main St. While the shop may have a new owner, Herlong said many things have stayed true to Warner’s legacy. A bridal gift wrap includes Warner’s signature bouquet of artificial flow-

ers in the center of a bow. A group of local businessmen still meet for morning coffee in the back portion of the shop. Minnie Green, Naomi Warner’s employee of nearly 30 years, continues to work in the shop and remains an integral part of the success of the business, Herlong said. “Without her, I would be in a real mess,” she said. Although Warner is no longer owner of the shop, Herlong said she is still interested in the shop.

“She calls and visits,” said Herlong. “She comes in and tells us she likes what we have done with the shop.” The shop is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday and is closed on Sunday. For more information on Naomi & Warner Gift Shop, contact the store at (803) 773-4388 or visit its Facebook page.


ABOVE: This Legato-styled china by Skyros Designs is one of many dinette sets available at Naomi & Warner on Main Street. RIGHT: Displaying a variety of products, Herlong also has Juliska decanters made of mouth-blown glass and imported from the Czech Republic at the store. FAR RIGHT: Men’s products, such as fine stationery, whiskey glasses, shaving kits and beverage totes, sit on a display at Naomi & Warner on Thursday.

BUSINESS BRIEFS Housing funds available to S.C. heroes The South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority (SC Housing) announced it is again making funds available to help South Carolina’s heroes — law enforcement officers, correctional officers, teachers, firefighters, nurses, veterans and EMS personnel — who want to become homeowners. The 2013 Palmetto Heroes Program, a $7.7 million initiative, offers qualified homebuyers a low interest rate of 3 percent and $5,000 in down payment assistance. Some buyers may qualify for up to $8,000 in down payment assistance on newly constructed homes. To date, the Palmetto Heroes Program has made more than 600 mortgage loans totaling more than $72 million. The average loan amount is $116,480,

| and the average household income is approximately $43,000. Those who do not qualify for the Palmetto Heroes Program may qualify for one of the other homeownership programs offered by SC Housing, which are available year round to a broad range of South Carolinians seeking to become homeowners. For more information, contact one of the real estate professionals, banks or mortgage brokers certified in SC Housing programs. Visit www.SCHousing. com for a complete list.

Sumter to host ‘What’s Next’ conference on May 30 Sumter will host one of a new series of community public affairs conferences that seek to help leaders and managers get better context about the issues shap-

ing South Carolina’s future. “What’s Next, South Carolina?” will be held May 30 at the Health Sciences Center at Central Carolina Technical College in downtown Sumter with experts on government, economics, education and health care providing background on major issues facing the state and region. A similar conference will be held May 29 in Florence. Others are planned for Charleston, Beaufort and Columbia. “It’s not uncommon for people who have moved into South Carolina or longtime residents to feel like they’re missing something in the continuing public debate about why we seem at the bottom of lists year after year when it seems like we should be improving,” said Andy Brack, publisher of Statehouse Report and a syndicated columnist in the Florence Morning News. “Our day-long conference in Sumter will help people better

understand how public policy is impacting them and how they can be a voice to make things happen.” Presenters include Brack; Dr. Jo Anne Anderson, past director of the S.C. Education Oversight Committee; Rozalynn Goodwin, director of policy research at the S.C. Hospital Association; and Dr. Harry Miley, an economist who chaired the S.C. Board of Economic Advisors under S.C. Govs. Carroll Campbell and David Beasley. Sponsors of the event include: Black River Electric Cooperative, Central Carolina Technical College, The Item, Sumter Economic Development and Thompson Southeast. The cost to attend the conference, which begins at 9 a.m. May 30, is $79. A catered lunch will be served. To reserve a seat or for more information, visit




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How To Read The Market in Review The list includes the most active stocks in each exchange, as well as stocks of local interest. Stock Footnotes: cc â&#x20AC;&#x201C; PE greater than 99. cld - Issue has been called for redemption by company. d - New 52-week low. dd â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Loss in last 12 mos. ec - Company formerly listed on the American Exchange's Emerging Company Marketplace. g - Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h - temporary exmpt from Nasdaq capital and surplus listing qualification. n - Stock was a new issue in the last year. The 52-week high and low figures date only from the beginning of trading. pf - Preferred stock issue. pr - Preferences. pp - Holder owes installments of purchase price. q â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Closed-end mutual fund; no PE calculated. rt - Right to buy security at a specified price. s - Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. wi - Trades will be settled when the stock is issued. wd - When distributed. wt - Warrant, allowing a purchase of a stock. u - New 52-week high. un - Unit,, including more than one security. vj - Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in front of the name. Mutual Fund Footnotes: e â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Ex-capital gains distribution. f â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Previous dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s quote. n - No-load fund. p â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Fund assets used to pay distribution costs. r â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Redemption fee or contingent deferred sales load may apply. s â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Stock dividend or split. t â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Both p and r. x â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Ex-cash dividend. Source: The Associated Press and Morningstar. Sales figures are unofficial. iShDJHm 24.50 +.38 iStar 11.53 -.03 -88)H  ITW 64.38 -.80 Imax Corp 25.50 -.72 Infosys 40.10 -.76 IngerRd 53.98 -.81 IngrmM 17.23 -.87 IBM 194.31 +.36 IntlGame 16.96 -.34 IntPap 46.41 -1.17 InterOil g 81.29 -.16 Interpublic 13.97 -.22 InvenSense 9.40 +.06 Invesco 29.55 -.15 InvMtgCap 20.95 -.18 ItauUnibH 16.31 -.72

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Bid Notices BID NOTICE Project: ITB #43-12/13 Birnie Hope Center Project City of Sumter is requesting sealed bids for a project consisting of park improvements, walking trails, playground, fencing, ornamental lighting, drainage improvements, water/sewer work, and landscaping. Bids will be received until Thursday, May 30, 2013 at 2:00 pm. A Mandatory Pre-bid Meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 2:00pm at the City of Sumter Public Services Complex 303 E. Liberty St Sumter, SC 29150. To examine documents, plans and specifications contact Ray Goodman, Public Services Director, 803-436-2558. Copies of the Contract Documents may be obtained by a request in writing to The LandPlan Group South, 1621 Pickens Street, Columbia, SC 29201. Phone (803) 256-0562; Fax (803) 256-0572. For more information visit This project is funded through multiple sources, including Federal HUD Funds and City of Sumter Water-Sewer Funds and Quality of Life Funds.

Advertisement for Bids: Sumter County invites bids from responsible and qualified Contractors for construction of the conversion of the existing Family Court facility into the New Summary Court facility at 108 N. Magnolia Street, in Sumter, South Carolina. Bids for this work will be opened in County Council Chambers located in the Sumter County Administrative Office Building, 3rd Floor, 13 Canal Street, Sumter, SC on Thursday the 30th day of May 2013 at 2:00 pm. pre-bid 108 N. General May 15,

This project consists of approximately 13859 (gross, heated and cooled) square feet of existing building floor area to be restructured and refurbished including new plumbing, mechanical, electrical, new retrofit metal framing and metal roofing system, new covered entry, and all associated site work and paving. General Contractors may obtain plans and specifications from the Architect: JAMES, DuRANT, MATTHEWS & SHELLEY, INC., 128 East Liberty Street, Sumter, SC 29150, (803) 773-3318, upon furnishing a $200 deposit and separate non-refundable $75 fee for cost of reproduction. Subcontractors may purchase complete sets or partial sets for cost of reproduction; such costs are not refundable. Bids must be accompanied by a Bid Bond in the amount of not less than (5%) of the Bid. Sumter County Procurement Code Section 2-486 Local Bidder Preference Option is applicable to this project. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of sixty (60) days after the date set for the opening of bids unless authorized by awarding authorities. Upon award of Contract, the Architectural Firm will supervise construction of project, payments

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Summons & Notice SUMMONS IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT C/A NO.: 2011 CP-43-02258 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF SUMTER Ernest A. Finney, III, Solicitor, Third Judicial Circuit, Plaintiff, vs. Robert Moreles, Nathan Lane, Four Thousand and twenty-four and no/100 ($4,024.00) Dollars US Currency, Two Thousand, five hundred and twenty-four And no/100 ($2,524.00) Dollars US Currency, approximately 2.5 grams of Marijuana, 3 valium pills, and 18 oxycodone pills, Defendants.

Currency and approximately 5.0 grams of Marijuana, Defendant.

Tyler Bryant Brown, Assistant Solicitor Third Circuit Solicitor's Office 141 North Main Street Sumter, South Carolina 29151 (803) 436-2185 ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF Sumter, South Carolina

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TO: ROBERT MORELES and NATHAN LANE, THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to answer the Complaint in this proceeding, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to serve a copy of your Answer to the said Complaint on the undersigned at 141 North Main Street, Sumter, South Carolina 29150 within thirty (30) days after the service hereof, exclusive of the date of such service, and if you fail to answer the Complaint within the time aforesaid, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Tyler Bryant Brown, Assistant Solicitor Third Circuit Solicitor's Office 141 North Main Street Sumter, South Carolina 29151 (803) 436-2185 ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF Sumter, South Carolina

AMDENDED SUMMONS IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT C/A NO.: 2011 CP-43-02244 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF SUMTER Ernest A. Finney, III, Solicitor, Third Judicial Circuit, Plaintiff, vs. Pavert Cutino, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Three and No 00/100 ($1,803.00) Dollars US Currency, And Approximately 157 Oxycodone Pills, Defendant. TO: PAVERT CUTINO, THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to answer the Complaint in this proceeding, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to serve a copy of your Answer to the said Complaint on the undersigned at 141 North Main Street, Sumter, South Carolina 29150 within thirty (30) days after the service hereof, exclusive of the date of such service, and if you fail to answer the Complaint within the time aforesaid, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Tyler Bryant Brown, Assistant Solicitor Third Circuit Solicitor's Office 141 North Main Street Sumter, South Carolina 29151 (803) 436-2185 ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF

Santee Wateree Regional Transportation Authority SWRTA 2013 Public Hearing Notice

The Grants are to assist in the provisions of general public transportation service options in Clarendon, Kershaw, Lee and Sumter Counties all within the Santee Lynches Region. These transit services are currently provided using vehicles ranging from 6-passengers vans to 42-passengers buses. These funds will be used to support its Administration, Operations and Capital expenses associated with the operations of the transit authority. The Budgets & Scope of Projects are for a six (6) month period for the fiscal year July 1, 2013 through June 30, 20114. The Budgets & Scope of Projects may be inspected at the Santee Wateree RTA Administration Office at 129 S. Harvin Street - 2nd Floor, Sumter, SC; between the hours of 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM. Written Comments should be directed to Ms. Lottie Jones, Interim Executive Director at P.O. Box 2462, Sumter, S.C. 29151on or before Thursday, May 2, 2013.




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The family of Reyshaun S. Holmes appreciate all acts of kindness extended to them during the loss of their love one. We thank each of you for whatever you have done to console our hearts. A special thanks to Pastor Telley Gadson, Lagree AME Church Choir, Min. Linda Speed, Rev. Bobby McDonald, Rev. Ralph Canty & Jobs Mortuary Staff, Bro. Dewey Ballard, Rev. Walters, Bro. Joseph Johnson, Willie Mae Singleton of Leo's Wings, Randy Sweat (Piggly Wiggly), and Simon Major (Director of Sumter-Lee Regional Detention Center. May God continue to bless each of you.

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Garage, Yard & Estate Sales Vendors NEEDED for Community Yard Sale. Sat, May 4th, 7 am noon. $5.00 per spot. Call 778-6432 (Adult Education) Sumter County Flea Mkt Hwy 378 E. 803-495-2281 500 tables. Sat. $8 free return Sun.


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This is to inform the general public that the Santee Wateree RTA (SWRTA) Announces its Budget & Scope of Project submittal to the South Carolina Department of Transportation, Division of Mass Transit for its Federal Section 5307 (Urban), 5311(Rural), Grants and State Mass Transit Funds Programs. Those interested in attending a public hearing on this application should contact Ms. Lottie Jones, Interim Executive Director, Santee Wateree RTA; P. O. Box 2462, Sumter South Carolina- Contact Number (803) 934-0396 ext. 106 on or before May 2,2013. The Public Hearing will be held on Thursday, May 9, 2013 at 6:00 PM at the Santee Wateree Regional Transportation Authority, James T. McCain Board Room - 129 S. Harvin Street, Sumter, SC.

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TO: MARK SMITH, THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to answer the Complaint in this proceeding, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to serve a copy of your Answer to the said Complaint on the undersigned at 141 North Main Street, Sumter, South Carolina 29150 within thirty (30) days after the service hereof, exclusive of the date of such service, and if you fail to answer the Complaint within the time aforesaid, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint.

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Thomas Sumter Academy in Sumter County, SC, is seeking an Assistant Headmaster to begin in the 2013-2014 school year. Eligible candidates must have at least five years of teaching and/or administrative experience in education. A bachelor's degree is required; a master's degree is preferred. Interested candidates should send or email a cover letter and resume to Debbie Nix, Thomas Sumter Academy, 5265 Camden Highway, Rembert, SC 29128,

Freshly Painted nice 2BR in safe area. Convenient to Shaw/Sumter. Dumpster, Water, Heat pump & Sec lights incl'd. No H/A or PETS! $465/mo + $350/dep. 803-983-0043

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Driver: $2,500 Sign-On Bonus! Hiring Solo and Team Drivers. Great Benefits Package. Excellent Home Time. CDL-A Required 888-691-4472

Sumter Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram now has an immediate opening for a experienced Sales Person, 5 day week, Insurance plan, Demo and sales person of month incentives, bonus programs, vacation plan and more, our top producer made over 100k in 2012. See us today for an interview.

Shamrock Bingo is now taking applications for runners/callers to work full or part time. Must be able to work weekends. No exp. needed. Call 803 905-5545

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R U a country girl? A large farming operation is looking for a full charge experienced bookkeeper. Send resume to: Bookkeeper, PO Box 87 Gable, SC 29051.

The SC Army National Guard wants High School Juniors, Seniors, Grads and GED holders, and Prior Service! Ask about college tuition. Receive paid technical training and more while serving your Country and Community on a part-time basis. Call now for this great opportunity! SFC Jeffrey Hudson 803-427-3104 SSG Lorraine Lordy 803-360-1979

Clarendon County School District Three is accepting applications for: Elementary Teacher. Applicants Must Have Appropriate South Carolina Certification, Highly Qualified Preferred. Applications must be received at the address below by 4pm on Friday, May 3, 2013 Mail applications to: Connie J. Dennis, PH.D. Superintendent Clarendon County School District Three PO Drawer 270 Turbeville, SC 29162 Clarendon School District Three is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Clerical: Administrative Assistant (Property Mgt/Rental Experience is a plus) Switchboard Operator/Front Desk Receptionist CNA / MA Direct Hire: Senior Accountant (BA in Accounting required) Controller Mechanical Engineer IT/Help Desk Applications are accepted Monday & Wednesdays at either 8:30a.m. or 1:00p.m. Please call the office to inquire about what you need to bring with you when registering! Located at 101 S. Wise Dr. Sumter, SC 803-938-8100. Many other position available! Roper has numerous opportunities and we are not limited to the positions listed above!

Plumber & helper Must have own tools & transportation. Call 803-491-4616

Offering a sign on Bonus for HVAC Service Technician with an established family owned Heating and Air Company. Must have experience, valid driver's license, good personality and people skills. Top pay for qualified technician, spiff program, company vehicle and health insurance offered! Apply in person Hatfield Heating and Air 1640 Suber Street, Sumter SC.

Director of Nursing Non-profit seeks FT Director of Nursing. Graduate of an accredited school of nursing and related nursing experience, current RN licensure with the South Carolina State Board of nursing, valid SC driver's license. May include weekends and on-call. Interested candidates, mail/fax or email resume to: HR Department, Sumter County DSN Board, P.O. Box 2847, Sumter, SC 29151 or fax: (803) 778-0949 or email: EOE/AAP/M/F/V

Looking for FT EXPERIENCED Maintenance Supervisor for a busy, mid-size property in Sumter, SC. Drug Free Workforce. Equal Opportunity Employer. CFC and CPO certification required. Must have a valid driver's license, insurance and reliable transportation. Must be available for night/weekend call duty. Salary commensurate with experience. Paid vacation, Personal & Sick Benefits include: 100% (employee) paid medical & dental. Please fax resume to 803-775-3595. NO phone calls please!

Drivers needed Local runs, home nightly. Must have CDL with tanker and hazmat endorsements, Twic card. Clean 10 yr MVR, 2 yrs driving experience and be 25 yrs of age. Call 803-473-6553.

ATTENTION Driver Trainees Needed Now!

Central Carolina Technical College vacancy: Adjunct English Instructors (Including Online) Specific duties can be found at Apply online at or apply in person between 8am 4pm, Mon-Fri at the Personnel Office, Central Carolina Technical College, 506 N. Guignard Drive, Sumter, SC 29150 or fax a SC State application to 803-778-7878. CCTC is an EOE/AA employer

Desk Clerk second shift, Apply in person Santee Best Western Plus.

Real Estate Paralegal position with active residential Real Estate Law Practice. Ability to multi task, communicate and cooperate with others a must. Experience with Soft-Pro and Real Estate closings preferred . Reply to Box 314 c/o The Item, PO Box 1677 Sumter SC 29151

Chauffeurs needed for Limousine Co. Must have excellent people skills. Schedule includes days, nights & weekends. Exc wages. Fax resume & 10 year driving record to 803-494-5779 or Call 803-983-5247. $$$ AVON $$$ FREE TRAINING! 803-422-5555 Deliver Phone Books Work Your Own Hours, Have Insured Vehicle, Must be at Least 18 yrs old, Valid DL. No Experience Necessary. 1-800-518-1333 x 224 Part time property manager in manning. HS diploma req., leasing exp, sect. 8 a plus. Email Resume to

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Finance Director for large water company. Supervises and oversees all accounting, customer service, financial reporting, billing employee benefits personnel cash managements, & IT. Minimum of Bachelor's degree in business or accounting and eight years of experience. Salary commensurate with experience. Submit resume to

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Hiring Medical Administrative and Medical Assistant staff. Fax resume to 803-403-8483 Full-time Medical Assistant needed for busy Family Practice. Mon-Fri, hours vary. Must supply references. Fax to Attn: Clinical Mgr. (803)934-0877.

Work Wanted Does your Home need attention? Any/All jobs. Electrical, Plumbing, Carpentry, Yard Professional Work. Non-professional prices. 803-565-0480 WE WHOLESALE $100 MinHome & Body Oil Fragrances Triple Your $$$ 774-7823 Need X-Tra $$$ Buy Wholesale $100 Min. Home & Body Oils & More! 774-7823


Unfurnished Apartments Come See Us Oakland Plantation Apts. 5501 Edgehill Rd. 499-2157 2 Br apts. available. Applications accepted Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8 am - 4:30 pm. Montreat St: off Miller Rd. 2BR /1BA, appliances, new flooring. No pets. $350/mo + dep. Call 803-316-8105 Shiloh-Randolph Manor Apts. 1 BR apts. avail. for Elderly 62 yrs. or older. Call (803) 775-0575 or apply in person. Corner of Bartlette & Washington. Immediate Openings Rent based on income. EHO.

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Mobile Home Rentals Recently Renovated 3BR/2BA MH. $4525/mo + $525/dep. Water included. Call David 803-468-3724 For Sale, 4Bed/2Bath, Land, $325/mo. 803-494-5090 3 BR, 2BA Doublewide w /appliances, large yard. 4045 E. Brewington Rd. $500/mo and $500/sec. dep. Available now. NO SECTION 8, 803-938-3174 or 803-934-6845

Ocean Lakes 2BR/2BA C/H/A Sleeps 8, near ocean, Call 803-773-2438

Office Rentals 304 W. Wesmark, several office suites available staring at $175 mo. 773-1477 50 Wesmark Ct. 1,177 sq ft. $1000/mo. Reception area, 3 office space, breakroom, 1/2ba, file/storage room. 773-1477 120 Broad St Office space, Great location, Rent is $495-$695 Agent Owned Call 236-2425

Commercial Rentals Guignard Storage: 57 Neal St. Personal storage units. No deposits. Call 803-491-4914

Taking applications for clean affordable homes. Nice quiet areas, 2 Br1Ba $350 Mo. No pets. 3Br2ba $425-$450 Mo. Shaw Area Call 840-5734 3 bd/2bth DW Private Lot, Water/Sewer, Trash incl. 494-8350 2003 Lg. DW, 4 br, 2 ba, rents $750 mo + $750 dep. Live Oak Realty 803-469-8147

FOR SALE IN MANNING:1465 Herod $350/mo. 1356 Herod Dr. $350/mo. Owner Financing. 803-460-3787

Homes for Sale Waterfront: Deeded lot at Lake Marion, 1472 Quackenbush Rd, Summerton, SC. 4BR, 2BA, 2 Porches, Pier, Furnished. Nice/quiet neighborhood. Serious inquiries only. Price negotiable. For sale by owner. Call (803)435-8213 New const. in Beech Forest Patio Sec. 1550 sq. ft. 3BR 2BA, Eat in kitchen Hdwd, carpet, tile, granite. Custom cabinets, $148K 803-565-4850

American MHP, 2 & 3/BRs, lot rentals, water/sewer/garbage pkup inc'd. Sec. 8 ok. 803-494-4300.

Very nice 3BR/2BA mobile home for sale. 1st time buyer financing available. Call 803-236-5953. Iris Winds MHP,Sumter Immediate occupancy. 3BR MH. $25,900. Fin. avail. 803-460-9444, 800-996-9540, 803-775-6816

FSBO: 10 acres near I-95 & Alcolu $39,000. Owner financing. 803- 427-3888.

Iris Winds MHP: 3BR/2BA MH No pets. Ref/dep req'd, $500/mo. Call 803-775-6816, 803-460-9444

FSBO: 5446 Meadow Dr. 3BR/2BA with 1322 sq ft. Hardwood floors, Stainless appliances and granite counters. Buyers Agent Welcome. No rentals. More pics and info at www.militarybyow AD# 260029. $109,000. Call Brenda @ 803-491-4714

Scenic Lake 2BR1BA & 3BR2BA. No pets. Call between 9am - 5pm: (803) 499-1500.

Open House 1277 Furman Dr. Sunday 4/28 1-7PM 4 BR Abv.Grd pool $134,900( Neg.)

2 & 3 BRs 803-494-4015

LOW CREDIT SCORE? Been turned down for bad credit? Come try us, we do our own financing. We have 2-3-4-5 bedroom homes. We have a layaway program. For more information, call 843-389-4215.

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For Rent SW MB 3 brd, 2 ba, central a/c, Manning area. Clean $400.00 deposit, $400.00 a month. Leave message 803-473-3297


1785 Titanic Ct. Custom Built - Quality Home in Beach Forest. Property overlooks pond and community clubhouse/pool. Upgraded C/H/A (2 units) Energy Star. 3BR w/maple hardwood floors, 3 full baths w/ceramic tile. Solid maple 42" kitchen cabinetry w/Charleston Style concrete countertops. Oversize 2 car garage. All appliances and large covered hot tub spa unit included with purchase. Asking $235,000/ call 803-968-1187 for appointment.

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Oaklawn MHP: 2 BR M.H.'s, water/sewer/garbage pk-up incl'd. RV parking avail. Call 494-8350 3BR 1 BA MH: N. of Manning, N. Brewington Rd. Call 803-473-3100 or 803-410-1241.

124 Milton Rd Sumter 3BR 2BA single family, 1249 sq. ft. Large yard, Lease option or cash discount, $1,250 dwn $420 Mo. 803 978-1539


Campers / RV's/ Motorhomes 2011 Palomino Ultra-lite 32' camper. Elec. slideout, AC, heat, sleeps 8, exc cond. 803-481-8301


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Must be 55 or older. Call for further details.

778-2807 202 East Liberty Street Mon.-Fri. 9am -5pm


-Excellent pay ($.41 per running mile - includes $.04 per diem non-taxable expense) - Paid Vacation - Paid Holidays - Paid Sick Days - BC/BS Health Ins. - Dental Insurance - Life Insurance - Short Term Disability - 401(k) w/co. Match

3BR/1BA C/H/A for rent (Manning/Alcolu) $600/dep. $600/mo. Call 803-473-3301

Vacation Rentals Santee, Garden City Beach Michelle Hodge, 803-491-4914

A 58 year old single Christian grandfather is looking for a Garage Apt., Cottage, or Small Apt. to rent in Sumter. Call Steve at 803-491-5646.

$1500 SIGN-ON BONUS FOR DRIVERS Sumter Transport

4BR/2BA with fenced backyard. Sumter. $775/mo + dep req. Charles 983-9712

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Want to Rent Wanted Church Musician pianist or keyboardist. call 843-647-9103

Resort Rentals


- CDL (Class A) w/ hazmat & tanker - At least 2 yrs. exp. - Clean MVR

CONTACT Pat Joyner at 803-775-1002 Ext. 107 OR visit our website to download a job application and fax to (954) 653-1195 or Cell (803) 840-5337 170 S. Lafayette Drive Sumter, SC 29150 EOE

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ABC offers quirky midseason Family Business Can Be Funny comedy ‘Family Tools’

By Candace Havens © 2013 FYI Television, Inc.

Kyle Bornheimer plays Jack Shea, a guy who is down on his luck, on ABC’s “Family Tools,” premiering at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Jack Shea (Kyle Bornheimer) has tried many jobs in the past and failed miserably at all of them. He heads home to his family just in time to see his dad Tony (J.K. Simmons) have a heart attack. The illness forces Tony to hand his handyman business to his son, but it isn't an easy transition on "Family Tools," premiering Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. on ABC. Much of the fun has to do with the fact that Jack has no idea what he's doing, and his father is worried the business will go down the drain. He has a right to be worried. But the ineptness of the character leads to great fun for Bornheimer. "The script and the show and the concept of the character give me a lot of range to be buffoonish," says the actor. "I mean, each character can be in the room with another character and be the straight person in the scene or the crazy person in the scene, depending on what's going on. "I mean, I often think I'm the most reasonable person in the room until things go down and get serious, and then I'm the crazy person. So, in this show," Bornheimer continues, "even within the pilot, there's a scene where I'm the straight person, and I'm the reasonable one, and then one moment later I'm the one that's making no sense and is nailing his foot to the deck. So, the show gives me the range to do all that kind of stuff. I never feel like I'm going out of bounds or anything. The script guides me, and I just try not to mess it up, really.

Kyle Bornheimer plays Jack Shea, a guy who is down on his luck, on "Family Tools," premiering Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. on ABC.

Jack may have had a lifetime of failure, but he doesn't necessarily see it that way. "I like watching people who don't know they've forgotten that they failed the first time and they do it again, and you're watching, like, this innocent do it again and run into the same screen door and then just get right back up," Bornheimer says. "I think that's really fun to play because you can hit the reset button and commit fully, as opposed to being a neurotic who is, like, shy about the next adventure. He's right on board. He's really going to nail it this time. And we know he won't, but we're just interested to see how he will screw it up this time." In addition to taking over the business, Jack must deal with his dad's troublemaking assistant Darren (Edi Gathegi), and Darren's flirty sister Stitch (Danielle Nicolet). Darren isn't happy about the change in management and has no problem making things tougher on Jack than they need to be. The only people who believe in Jack are his Aunt Terry (Leah Remini), the rock of the family, and his crazy younger cousin Mason (Johnny Pemberton), with whom he shares a basement bedroom. Executive producer Bobby Bowman loosely based the show on the British series "Red Van," which is about an odd couple who work out of a van taking on odd jobs. Bowman took that idea and wrapped a family around it to make it more suitable for ABC's Wednesday night lineup. "I wanted to give him someone at home sort of like on 'Frasier' where Frasier is going to be at the radio station some or with his brother some," Bowman says. "So, you give

him Daphne at home. Well, I wanted him to have someone at home but not a wife because we've seen that a lot and not a caretaker. So, that's why I just decided on a sister. Then my daughter said she would like it more if it had a kid. And I went to the middle school where she had an open house, and there were these ROTC kids there - I've just never seen that on TV, someone that's very pro-establishment and pro-God and country, where most kids are anti establishment often on TV. And so, that was the genesis for Johnny's role, and also the idea that when Jack comes home to be with his dad, to keep him off balance, I wanted to give him an oddball roommate. "That's another reason why I wanted this kid, so that Jack could never just have a moment to rest. Even when he's in this room, there's this really eager beaver kid looking up to him. Where this guy gets to squash him, that guy gets to look up to him and think and feel he's the king of the world. So, that was how it changed to be a little bit more of a family comedy." Bowman is blessed to have such a talented cast, and he knows it. Many times they'll keep the cameras rolling and ask the cast members to ad lib various scenes. "It definitely enhanced, especially toward the ends of scenes in the pilot where we leave the cameras rolling, and they would just start to improv," says Bowman. "And that would be, actually, a better ending than what was in the script, which was really exciting to get - it's like free jokes I didn't have to stay up late to write. Hey, it's fantastic."


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HIGHLIGHTS Army Wives 9:00 p.m. on LIFE Just as everyone begins to worry that the funding goals for Claudia Joy’s memorial garden won’t be realized, Holly may have something up her sleeve that could help; Hector makes an unexpected discovery; Michael backs up a military career change. (HD) The Good Wife 9:00 p.m. on WLTX Alicia, Will and Diane race to a series of emergency court proceedings on the night of Peter’s gubernatorial election; an unlikely source offers Cary aid with starting his own firm; Alicia’s conflicted feelings come to a head. (HD) Ice Cold Gold 10:00 p.m. on ANPL In a remote area of Greenland called Storo where it is believed no human has ever set foot, the 60 Degree Resources miners have their first target and must find more accessible targets close to camp for their mission to be a success. (HD) Vikings 10:00 p.m. on HIST King Horik commissions Ragnar to assemble a crew to resolve a dispute over land in Gotaland with its leader, Jarl Borg, but their encounter may not have the intended outcome; the village asks Lagertha to plead with the gods to rid a plague. Red Widow Marta (Radha 10:01 p.m. on Mitchell) learns WOLO compelling new Marta discovers the information true identity of about her husNatalie’s kidnapper band's murder on and learns new "Red Widow," information about airing Sunday at her husband’s mur10:01 p.m. on der; Gabriel decides WOLO. that he needs to take matters into his own hands; Kat and Ramos reignite their forbidden romance. (HD)




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NCIS 8:00 p.m. on WLTX The NCIS team seeks retaliation for the murders of their fallen colleagues, Eli David and Jackie Vance, as they frantically search for the whereabouts of Bodnar despite strict orders from Homeland Security to relinquish the case. (HD) Counting Cars 9:00 p.m. on HIST The guys have a tight budget to customize a woman’s fiancé’s prized 1970 Mustang as a surprise for his gift to her a year ago; after finding a rare Plymouth Roadrunner, Danny and Kevin help a portrait artist honor fallen heroes. (HD) NCIS: Los Angeles 9:00 p.m. on WLTX Callen and the rest of the team begin to question Hetty’s motivations when it comes to a bizarre missing persons case assigned by Hetty and discover that an undercover NCIS agent from her mysterious past is involved in the situation. (HD) American Restoration 10:00 p.m. on HIST Rick and his team begin applying their restoration expertise to clients’ bowling equipment vending machine from the 1950s and antique copper pest sprayer from the 1900s, but some unexpected difficulties may jeopardize both projects. (HD) Amanda Knox 20/20 10:01 p.m. on tells her story WOLO on a special ediAmanda Knox, the tion of WOLO's college junior at "20/20: Murthe center of the der. Mystery. internationally Amanda Knox known Italian trial, Speaks," airing speaks to Diane Tuesday at Sawyer about her 10:01 p.m. life, revealing as yet unheard details from before the 2009 conviction to eventual release and clearing of the 2011 acquittal. (HD)

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The Real Housewives of Orange County 8:00 p.m. on BRAVO Vicki is torn between new and old friends when Tamra threatens to throw Alexis out of her party; Lydia encourages Alexis to reach out and make amends; Gretchen and Slade travel to New York City; Vicki’s son-inlaw drops a bomb about Brooks. The Voice Monday at 8:00 p.m. on WIS 8 p.m. on WIS's The knockout "The Voice," the round begins as knockout rounds the remaining begin with eight members of each team prepare Shakira and the other coaches' a personal song choice to sing dur- team members remaining from ing a face-off the battle against an opporounds. nent they learn of only moments before performing; the coaches must eliminate one from pairings. (HD) 2 Broke Girls 9:00 p.m. on WLTX Max and Caroline get invited to be extras on a popular television show shooting a scene on-location at Han’s diner, but when Caroline catches the director’s eye and attention, he offers her an actual role on the show, with strings attached. (HD) Mike & Molly 9:31 p.m. on WLTX After discovering that Joyce gave up her artistic talents and ambitions when she became a mother, Molly decides that she and Mike need to start pursuing new hobbies before becoming parents, so they both take up roller skating. (HD) Hawaii Five-0 10:00 p.m. on WLTX The Five-0 team allows a talk show host and her crew to follow them around all day, but things start to take a dangerous turn with the investigation when the team and camera crew have a run-in with the notoriously dangerous Wo Fat. (HD)


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Entertain- The Voice Hopefuls Law & Order: Special Vic- Chicago Fire: Retaliation Hit ment (N) coached. (HD) tims Unit (N) (HD) (N) (HD) Inside Edi- Survivor: CaramoanCriminal Minds: Alchemy CSI: Crime Scene Investition (N) Fans vs. Favorites (N) (N) (HD) gation (N) (HD) Jeopardy! (N) The Middle Family Tools Modern With Parents Nashville Invited to run (HD) (N) (HD) (N) Family (N) (N) away. (N) (HD) NatureScen Nature: Legendary White NOVA Island evolution. (N) Secrets of the Dead Operation examined. (N) Stallions (N) (HD) (HD) The Big Bang The Big Bang American Idol: Finalists Compete (N) (HD) WACH FOX News at 10 (HD) (HD) Nightly news report. Family Feud Family Feud Numb3rs: Pandora’s Box Numb3rs: Graphic Comic Dish Nation The Office (N) Plane crash. (HD) convention. (HD) (N) (HD)

News News 19 @ 11pm News (HD) Tavis Smiley (HD) Family: Amish Guy Queens (HD)

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The Tonight Show with Jay (:36) Late Night with (:36)Carson Leno (N) (HD) Jimmy Fallon (HD) Daly (:35)Late Show with David Late Late Show with Craig (:37) News Letterman (HD) Ferguson (N) Jimmy Kimmel Live Celeb- (:37)Night- (:07) Brown (:37)Paid rity interviews (HD) line (HD) (HD) Program BBC World Charlie Rose (N) (HD) Nature: Legendary White News Stallions (HD) Family Raymond omg! Insider TMZ (N) Seinfeld (N) How I Met Always Always American American (HD) Sunny (HD) Sunny (HD) Dad! (HD) Dad! (HD)

CABLE CHANNELS The First 48 (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck Dynasty (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck Dynasty (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) Runaway Jury (‘03, Drama) aaa John Cusack. Gun lawsuit. (HD) (:01) Identity (‘03, Horror) aaa John Cusack. (HD) High Fidelity (‘00) (HD) River Monsters (HD) River Monsters (HD) River Monsters (HD) River Monsters (HD) North Wood (HD) River Monsters (HD) River Monsters (HD) North Wood (HD) 106 & Park Wild-Out Wednesday. (N) (HD) Game Let’s Stay You Got Served (‘04, Drama) Marques Houston. The Sheards: Legacy Wendy Williams (N) Beverly Hills Cop II aa The Kandi Factory Housewives Housewife Housewife Melrose Melrose Watch What Housewife Don’t Be Melrose Melrose Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Mad Money To Be Announced To Be Announced Situation Room (HD) Erin Burnett OutFront Cooper 360° (N) (HD) Piers Morgan LIVE (N) Cooper 360° (HD) Erin Burnett OutFront Piers Morgan (HD) Cooper 360° (HD) South Prk Tosh (HD) Colbert Daily (HD) Chapplle Chapplle South Prk South Prk Workaholic South Prk Daily (N) Colbert South Prk South Prk Daily (HD) Colbert Good Luck Jessie A.N.T. Good Luck Jessie Gravity Blog Austin A.N.T. Austin Jessie Good Luck Kim (HD) Kim (HD) On Deck On Deck Amish Mafia (HD) Amish Mafia (HD) Amish Mafia (HD) Amish Mafia (HD) The Big Brain (N) (HD) Amish Mafia (HD) The Big Brain (HD) Amish Mafia (HD) SportsCenter (HD) MLB Baseball: Teams TBA z{| (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Horn (HD) Interruptn NFL Live (HD) Crossfit Crossfit Crossfit Crossfit Crossfit Games (HD) NFL Live (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) NBA (HD) NASCAR Home Videos (HD) Richie Rich (‘94) aa Macaulay Culkin. (HD) The Mask (‘94, Comedy) aaa Jim Carrey. (HD) The 700 Club (N) Bel-Air Bel-Air Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Diners Diners Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (N) (HD) Mystery Mystery Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Access Stuntbust. Women’s College Lacrosse no} (HD) World Poker (HD) Countdown Insider World Poker (HD) Champions Series Tennis no} (HD) Brady Brady Brady Brady Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Buying; Selling (HD) Buying; Selling (HD) Love It Property Bro (HD) Now? Hunters Property Bro (HD) Property Bro (HD) Now? Hunters (5:00) Hell: The Devil Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Only in America (HD) Only in America (HD) Only in America (HD) Vikings: All Change Only in America (HD) Only in America (HD) Tango & Cash (‘89, Action) Sylvester Stallone. WWE Main Event (N) National Security (‘03) aa Martin Lawrence. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (‘75, Drama) aaaa Jack Nicholson. Wife Swap Wife Swap Stalkers (‘13, Drama) Mena Suvari. (HD) She Made Them Do It (‘12) aac April Telek. (HD) (:02) Stalkers (‘13, Drama) Mena Suvari. (HD) Sponge Sponge Sponge Drake Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez GoodFellas (‘90, Crime) Robert De Niro. (HD) Scarface (‘83, Crime) aaac Al Pacino. The rise and fall of a crime boss. (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue Weird or What? (HD) Haunted Collector Haunted Collector Haunted Collector Paranormal Haunted Collector Paranormal Goblin (‘10) aa (HD) Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Family Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (N) (HD) Office Conan (HD) Office (:15) Ransom! (‘56, Drama) aac Glenn Ford. Brother Rat (‘38) aac Priscilla Lane. Four Daughters (‘38, Drama) aaa Claude Rains. Silver Queen (‘42) George Brent. Brooklyn Cowboy ac LI Medium LI Medium Obsession Obsession Hoarding (HD) Hoarding (N) (HD) Obsession Obsession Hoarding (HD) Obsession Obsession Hoarding (HD) Castle Amnesiac. (HD) 2013 NBA Playoffs z{| 2013 NBA Playoffs z{| Inside the NBA (HD) Cold Case: Bullet (HD) Adventure Regular Regular NinjaGo Dragons Titans Go! King King Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family Robot Squid ATHF Dad (HD) Cops Cops Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Repo Repo Repo Repo Repo Repo Pawn Pawn Repo Repo Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Raymond Raymond Young (N) Queens Queens Queens Queens Raymond Young ‘70s (HD) NCIS: Enigma (HD) NCIS: Bete Noir (HD) NCIS (HD) NCIS (HD) psych (N) NCIS: Recruited (HD) (:01) NCIS (HD) (:01) psych Charmed (HD) Braxton Family (HD) Braxton Family (HD) Braxton Family (HD) Braxton Family (HD) Braxton Family (HD) Braxton Family (HD) L.A. Hair New footage. Christine Christine Home Videos (HD) Rules Rules Rules Rules News (HD) Home Videos (HD) Rules Rules 30 Rock Scrubs


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Entertain- Community The Office ment (N) (N) (HD) (HD) Inside Edi- The Big Bang Two & Half tion (N) (N) Men (N) Jeopardy! (N) Wife Swap: Fireheart; Terry (HD) (N) The Big Pic- (:59) Carolina Stories: ture Carolina Chefs The Big Bang The Big Bang American Idol: Results (HD) (HD) Show (N) (HD) Family Feud Family Feud White Collar: Front Man (N) (HD)

9 PM 9:30 10 PM 10:30 11 PM 11:30 12 AM 12:30 LOCAL CHANNELS (:01) Hannibal: Entrée (N) News (HD) (:01)Elementary: A Land- News 19 @ mark Story (N) (HD) 11pm (:02) Scandal: A Woman News (HD) Scorned (N) (HD) (:02) West Encounters East Tavis Smiley (N) (HD) (HD) Glee: Wonder-ful Stevie WACH FOX News at 10 Family Wonder. (N) (HD) Nightly news report. White Collar: Out of the Box Dish Nation The Office Queens (HD) Music box. (HD) (N) (HD)

The Office Parks & Rec. (N) (HD) (N) (:01)Person of Interest: Zero Day (N) (HD) Grey’s Anatomy Magicians assistant. (N) (HD) (:03) Southern

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Nightly News News Entertain- Fashion Star Former styles. (HD) ment (N) (N) (HD) News 19 @ Evening News 19 @ Inside Edi- Undercover Boss: Orkin (N) 6pm News (HD) 7pm tion (N) (HD) News (HD) World News Wheel For- Jeopardy! (N) Shark Tank Teaching aid. (HD) tune (N) (HD) (HD) The PBS NewsHour (HD) Best of Connections Wash Wk (N) Need to Making (HD) Know (HD) 2 1/2 Men 2 1/2 Men The Big Bang The Big Bang Kitchen Nightmares: (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) Chappy’s (N) (HD) Queens (HD) How I Met Family Feud Family Feud Monk: Mr. Monk Goes Back (HD) (N) to School

9 PM 9:30 10 PM 10:30 11 PM 11:30 12 AM 12:30 LOCAL CHANNELS Dateline NBC Investigative news. Vegas: Unfinished Business (N) (HD) Shark Tank New ideas. (N) (HD) Great Performances Two ballets. (N) (HD) Touch: Fight or Flight Study on 36. (N) (HD) Monk: Mr. Monk and the Airplane

Rock Center with Brian Williams (N) (HD) Blue Bloods: The Bitter End (N) (HD) (:01) 20/20 Investigative news. (HD) Still on the Road Playwright. (N) (HD) WACH FOX News at 10 Nightly news report. Dish Nation The Office (N) (HD)

News News 19 @ 11pm News (HD) Tavis Smiley (HD) Family Queens (HD)

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HIGHLIGHTS Family Tools 8:30 p.m. on WOLO After a heart attack Tony is forced to hand over his handyman business to his lessthan-stellar son, Jack, who sees this as an opportunity to make his father proud and, after all his previous failures, maybe find his true calling right at home. (HD) Law & Order: Detective Amaro Special Victims (Danny Pino) Unit investigates 9:00 p.m. on WIS when a teen is When a concert assaulted at a quickly develops in concert on "Law to mass chaos, a & Order: Special teenage suburban Victims Unit," girl finds herself the airing Wednesvictim of a gang day at 9 p.m. on rape, which WIS. Detective Amaro is having a difficult time solving due to conflicting accounts from both eyewitnesses and friends alike. (HD) Criminal Minds 9:00 p.m. on WLTX The BAU team take their expertise to Rapid City after two male victims are discovered murdered in a grisly ritualistic manner as they try to determine what possible suspects could be responsible; Reid continues to grieve over Maeve’s death. (HD) psych 10:00 p.m. on USA The mayor dies in what appears to have been an apparent surfing related accident and with Shawn’s extraordinary powers of observation and deduction he may be the perfect candidate to fulfill the duties of the office of mayor, so he decides to run. Identity 11:01 p.m. on AMC After becoming stranded at a desolate roadside motel in Nevada during a torrential thunderstorm, a group of strangers begins to suspect that they have been led there separately by some force as they are gradually murdered one by one. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS Community 8:00 p.m. on WIS As Abed begins obsessing over his theory that everybody in the study group has indeed met prior to Greendale, he starts peicing together everyone’s past, which begins turning up odd results; Chang begins plotting to finally destroy Greendale. (HD) The Big Bang Sheldon (Jim Theory Parsons) gets to 8:00 p.m. on WLTX Sheldon and meet former kids show host Leonard manage to Professor Proton track down the former host of their on "The Big favorite science Bang Theory," airing Thursday show as a kid, “Professor Proton,” at 8 p.m. on and hire him to perWLTX. form; Howard and Bernadette run into a bit of trouble with babysitting Raj’s dog for him. (HD) Two and a Half Men 8:30 p.m. on WLTX Walden takes some time to encourage a depressed Alan to update his fashion sense and start dating other women again now that his breakup is over, but Alan faces a moral dilemma when he finds himself attracted to a married woman. (HD) Grey’s Anatomy 9 p.m. on WOLO Bailey keeps shutting out everyone despite their offers to help; Owen fears that a child may end up in foster care after an incident with the grandmother; a new craniofacial specialist has arrived at the hospital to work on a young patient. (HD) The Moment 10:00 p.m. on USA A man, who has dreamed of being a coach, has to decide whether or not to give up the successful career he currently has when the opportunity to pursue his dream job on the coaching staff of the University of Notre Dame is presented to him. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS Galaxy Quest 8:00 p.m. on AMC A washed-up actress and her fellow castmates from a long-cancelled sci-fi television show are contacted by a group of aliens who arrive on planet Earth representing the Thermian race and seeking help in battling a murderous alien general. (HD) War of the Worlds 8:00 p.m. on TNT A self-absorbed, working-class loner living in New Jersey struggles to keep his rebellious children alive in order to reunite them with their mother after invading aliens manage to cause destruction, mass chaos, confusion and death. (HD) Shark Tank 9:00 p.m. on WOLO A single mom pitches her frozen gumbo recipe, meanwhile a Pennsylvania man pitches his bird feeder that sends squirrels a shock; two friends hope their coffee subscription business will impress; a former executive enjoys crafting wood into products. (HD) Tanked 9:00 p.m. on ANPL Wayde and Brett head to NBA’s All-Star Weekend in Houston to build and tear down a pop-up sting ray tank for a party filled with celebrities; the guys build a sushi-and-burger filled tank for the Cowfish Restaurant where they learn about “bugushi.” (HD) Writer-director Mel Brooks Blazing Saddles 10:15 p.m. on AMC also performs a couple of roles A black railroad in his 1974 West- worker becomes ern spoof, "Blaz- the sheriff of a small town, and ing Saddles," with help from an airing Friday at alcoholic gun10:15 p.m. on slinger, he rallies AMC. the local citizens to defend themselves against a pair of corrupt politicians who want to take over the potentially rich property. (HD)




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I Am Legend 8:00 p.m. on AMC A brilliant military scientist fears he is the last human on Earth when a strange, new plague is unleashed on mankind, and as the only one who is immune to the deadly virus, he must find a cure while there is still time to act. (HD) My Cat from Hell 8:00 p.m. on ANPL Lita the cat is being attacked by her housemate Buddy and is reacting by throwing up all over the house causing tension between the couple that owns them; Princess Puffy Pants is ruining its owner and her roommate’s home and friendship. (HD) Bet On Your Baby 8:00 p.m. on WOLO The families bet on the outcomes of challenges such as busting out as many novelty dance moves as possible, spinning around as many times as possible and guessing what snack their child will choose all for a chance at the final round. (HD) Mr. Hockey: The Gordie Howe Story 9:00 p.m. on HALL In 1973, a professional hockey player decides to end his retirement and return to the ice in an attempt to make a comeback and participate in the sport alongside his teenage sons, and he must take on critics who doubt him. (HD) Smash 9:00 p.m. on WIS An unexpected series of events drives the casts of Bernadette Peters reprises “Bombshell” and her role as Leigh “Hit List” to begin Conroy on WIS's bonding. (HD) musical series Friday 11:00 p.m. on USA "Smash," airing Saturday at While two friends 9 p.m. spend a Friday afternoon relaxing, smoking and drinking on a front porch in Los Angeles, they encounter several colorful characters in the neighborhood who attempt to entice them with crime, infidelity, drugs and more.

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MOVIE HIGHLIGHTS A Arsenic and Old Lace aaac ‘44 Cary Grant. A man discovers his seemingly harmless aunts poison their gentlemen callers. NR (2:00) TCM Wed. 2:30am.

B Blackboard Jungle aaac ‘55 Glenn Ford. A middle-aged teacher tries saving an inner-city high school despite threats. NR (1:45) TCM Wed. 12:30pm. Braveheart aaac ‘95 Mel Gibson. A farmer organizes a resistance against the tyranny of English rule. R (4:30) SPIKE Sat. 3:30pm.

C The Caine Mutiny aaac ‘54 Humphrey Bogart. A lieutenant stages a mutiny when his commander makes lifethreatening mistakes. NR (2:15) TCM Sat. 4:15pm.

E Enchanted aaa ‘07 Susan Sarandon. A fairy-tale princess engaged to a handsome prince is transported to New York. PG (1:55) DISN Thu. 8:00pm., Fri. 4:00pm.

ACROSS 1. Role on “Parenthood” 5. McBrayer of “30 Rock” 9. Carvey or Delany 10. 1975 Wimbledon champ 11. “The __”; series for Charles Shaughnessy 12. Unsuspecting 14. Home for Dick and Joanna on “Newhart” 15. “El __”; Charlton Heston classic 16. Faithful 19. Smart and Stapleton 21. “__ Dad”; 2001-02 Bob Saget sitcom 22. Williams, for one 24. Mary Tyler or Roger 27. Cry of discovery

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28. Actress Wray 29. Groucho’s prop 32. “Hearts __” (1992-95) 34. “My __ Is Earl” 35. Tempt; entice 36. “__ __ Island with You”; 1948 Peter Lawford film 37. Actor Robert __ DOWN 1. “A Bell for __”; 1945 Gene Tierney movie 2. Role on “Blue Bloods” (2) 3. __ B. Davis 4. “Martha Marcy __ Marlene”; 2011 Sarah Paulson film 5. One of the girls on “The Brady Bunch”

6. “Life __ __ House”; 2001 Kevin Kline movie 7. Series for Taylor Kinney (2) 8. Bacon, for one 11. Nothing 13. O’Neill and Bradley 17. Battery size 18. Ignited 19. __ Brass; role on “CSI” 20. Record producer Brian 22. “Tic __ Dough”; game show of old 23. 1964 movie for Robert Culp 25. More unusual 26. “Red __”; Greg Gutfeld talk show 30. Physicians’ org. 31. Cartoon Chihuahua 32. Actress Larter 33. Suffix for hope or hate

The Expendables aaac ‘10 Sylvester Stallone. A team of mercenaries are sent into South America to overthrow a dictator. R (5:00) SPIKE Sat. 8:00pm.

F Ferris Bueller’s Day Off aaac ‘86 Matthew Broderick. A high school student cuts classes for a day of adventure with his friends. PG-13 (2:15) COM Sun. 8:00am, 4:15pm. Footlight Parade aaac ‘33 Jimmy Cagney. Broadway music producer is forced out of business, but he comes up with idea. NR (2:00) TCM Sat. 10:00pm.

G Gold Diggers of 1933 aaac ‘33 Dick Powell. Three unemployed showgirls help a producer find support for his new show. NR (2:00) TCM Sat. 8:00pm. GoodFellas aaaa ‘90 Robert De Niro. A young man confronts suspicion and violence within the New York Mafia. R (3:30) SPIKE Wed. 4:30pm., Thu. 1:00pm. Groundhog Day aaac ‘93 Bill Murray. An arrogant weatherman is forced to relive the same day over and over again. PG (2:30) AMC Mon. 10:00am, 2:00am.

H Hero aaac ‘02 Jet Li. A warrior faces a team of assassins to save the life of an ancient Chinese king. PG-13 (2:00) WGN Sun. 4:00am. High Fidelity aaac ‘00 John Cusack. A man revisits the women in his past to find out why he is such a loser in love. R (2:30) AMC Wed. 1:00am., Thu. 9:00am.

L The Lion King aaac ‘94 James Earl Jones. Lion cub who is heir to father’s African kingdom is separated from family. G (2:00) FAM Sun. 6:30pm. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers aaac ‘02 Elijah Wood. Frodo and Sam continue their quest to destroy the One Ring in Mordor. PG-13 (4:00) SYFY Sun. 3:00pm., Mon. 9:00am.

M The Mask aaa ‘94 Jim Carrey. A downtrodden bank clerk finds a mask that turns him into a dashing trickster. PG-13 (2:00) FAM Wed. 9:00pm. Monsters, Inc. aaac ‘01 John Goodman. A city of monsters is thrown into a panic by a little girl’s arrival. G (1:40) DISN Sun. 9:00am.

N No Country for Old Men aaac ‘07 Tommy Lee Jones. A relentless killer pursues a hunter with $2 million in drug money. R (2:30) USA Sat. 11:00am.

O One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest aaaa ‘75 Jack Nicholson. A convicted criminal is sent to a mental asylum after he pretends to be insane. R (3:00) ION Wed. 11:00pm.

P Peter Pan aaa ‘53 Bobby Driscoll. Three children journey to a magical land where lost boys battle evil pirates. G (1:45) FAM Sun. 4:45pm, 10:15pm. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest aaa ‘06 Johnny Depp. A devious pirate tries to avoid paying his debt to a cursed sea captain. PG-13 (3:00) USA Sun. 11:00am., Mon. 8:00am.

R Remember the Titans aaa ‘00 Denzel Washington. Black football coach replaces popular, white coach at newly integrated school. PG (2:30) SPIKE Fri. 6:00pm, 8:30pm. Resident Evil: Afterlife aaa ‘10 Milla Jovovich. In a world infested by the undead, Alice searches for survivors in Los Angeles. R (2:00) SYFY Sun. 7:00pm., Mon. 4:00pm.

S Scarface aaac ‘83 Al Pacino. A Cuban refugee becomes a Miami drug lord and struggles to maintain his power. R (3:30) SPIKE Wed. 8:00pm., Thu. 4:30pm. The Seventh Seal aaaa ‘57 Max von Sydow. On his way home from the Crusades, a knight meets the personification of Death. NR (1:45) TCM Sun. 2:15am.

The Southerner aaac ‘45 Zachary Scott. A determined cotton picker battles obstacles as he tries to grow his own crop. NR (1:45) TCM Tue. 6:00am.

T 13 Rue Madeleine aaa ‘47 James Cagney. O.S.S. agents during WWII try to prevent information from reaching wrong hands. NR (2:00) TCM Sun. 10:00am. Titanic aaac ‘97 Leonardo DiCaprio. A dashing vagabond falls in love with a rich girl aboard an ill-fated ship. PG-13 (4:30) WE Sat. 2:30pm, 7:00pm.

U Unforgiven aaac ‘92 Clint Eastwood. A retired gunslinger picks up his guns one more time for a lucrative bounty. R (2:59) AMC Mon. 11:01pm., Tue. 2:00pm.

V V for Vendetta aaac ‘05 Natalie Portman. A masked vigilante fights a totalitarian government and enlists a woman’s aid. R (3:00) SYFY Sun. 11:00pm., Mon. 1:00pm.

W War of the Worlds aaa ‘05 Tom Cruise. A man protects his children as aliens launch a deadly attack on Earth. PG13 (2:30) TNT Fri. 8:00pm, 10:30pm.

Y Young Frankenstein aaac ‘74 Gene Wilder. A doctor uses his grandfather’s notes and a hunchback to create his own monster. PG (2:30) AMC Fri. 12:15am.


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