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City council to consider penny tax projects BY BRISTOW MARCHANT One week after Sumter County Council met to discuss how to spend a proposed new penny sales tax, it’s now city council’s turn. Sumter City Council will hold a specially called meeting this week on potential projects to be funded over the next seven years by an extended capital sales tax. Council members will

meet at 12:30 p.m. Monday on the first floor of the Sumter Opera House, 21 N. Main St. Before that discussion, council is scheduled to go into an executive session closed McELVEEN to the public to talk about “contractual matters,� according to the agenda released to the media

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last week. City personnel have been studying projects that could be funded by the penny tax if voters approve the measure

in next year’s election. Mayor Joe McElveen said he wants money to go toward projects the city wouldn’t be able to tackle on its own. “Our staff is looking for projects that are bigger than McCORMICK we can handle through general revenue,� McElveen said. City Manager

Deron McCormick led city staff in identifying eligible projects but stressed any final decision on how the tax money will be spent rests with the members of council. “As far as staff goes, we looked for projects that will have a good and positive effect on the community,� said McCormick. “It’s not that we were linking ‘here’s this money, how do we spend it?’ SEE PENNY TAX, PAGE A4

Wreaths Across America

BY RAYTEVIA EVANS A rash of recent break-ins on Miller Road and North and South Pike West areas off U.S. 76/378 has Sumter Police Department stepping up patrols, hoping to decrease criminal activity in the area. According to police, from Oct. 28 to Dec. 9, there were 26 break-ins or attempted break-ins in the area. Law enforcement is also asking the community to help prevent these incidents from happening by reporting suspicious activity. “Chances are, if you see a pedestrian carrying and trying to sell an electronic item like a television or laptop computer, that item could be stolen,� said the police department. SEE BREAK-INS, PAGE A4

A WARNING FOR SHOPPERS Sumter Police Department is advising shoppers to lock up their vehicles while purchasing gifts in the area to avoid break-ins. As you get your last-minute shopping out of the way, protect your belongings by following these tips: • Park in well-lighted areas and keep packages out of sight. • Hold your purse close to your body or place wallet in front or inside pocket. • Stay alert and have keys in hand when heading to your car. • Make multiple trips home to unload purchases from your vehicle that could attract a thief. Protect your home during the holidays by doing the following: • Keep all windows and doors closed and locked. • Use exterior lighting and motion sensors to light up the house at night to make it more difficult for burglars to enter the home without being seen. • Make sure your alarm system is operating properly. • Don’t announce your new high-dollar purchases after the holidays. Break down the boxes of TVs, stereos, computers, etc. to fit inside of your trash can. If possible, stagger the times that these boxes are placed in the trash.


ABOVE: Wreaths are prepared by Civil Air Patroll at a Sumter Cemetery on Saturday for Wreaths Across America, a national al tribute t to men and women who served in the United States Armed FForces. orces.

Cadets, troops lay tributes to veterans BY BRISTOW MARCHANT Wreaths are ubiquitous this time of year. They seem to hang from every home, business or light post. But the wreaths that decorated cemeteries this Saturday weren’t there to celebrate Christmas. They were placed there to honor America’s veterans as part of Wreaths Across America. Cadets with the Sumter Civil Air Patrol hung 47 wreaths along the wrought-iron fence outside Sumter Cemetery on West Oakland Avenue, a small salute

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RIGHT: Janelle Buniel of the Civil Air Patrol salutes a wreath that was laid out on Saturday.


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Lee school district partners with local departments to help keep students safe BY HOLLY BUNCH Lee County School District has implemented new security measures, taking extra precaution for the ensured safety and well-being of the students. As part of the new precautions, the district recently announced partnerships between the transportation department, local law enforcement agencies and the Bishopville Fire Department. In addition, all of the department’s bus drivers and bus monitors have

completed CPR certification training and fire extinguisher training with the Bishopville Fire Department and plan on holding additional seminars with ANDREWS the Lee County Sheriff’s Office. “Ongoing training is required to keep the staff prepared to handle emergency situations as they may arise in order to protect the students in the district,” said Dr. Wanda Andrews, Lee County School District Superintendent,

congratulating the staff for their commitment and efforts in providing the district’s students a safer environment. Transportation supervisor Pamela Wessinger said, “the Bishopville community entrusts us to provide safe, reliable transportation, and our drivers and monitors are prepared to respond to an emergency. Lee County School District is committed to making sure the staff continues to get whatever additional training we need to always be prepared for the unexpected.”

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Lee County man dies in Friday wreck A single-vehicle wreck late Friday night took the life of a 19-year-old Lee County man. Taylor Christian Gainey of Bethune Highway, Bishopville, died about 10:25 p.m. when the 2001 Toyota pickup truck he was driving left the roadway and overturned. The wreck occurred on Kelly Bridge Road just off Bethune Highway near the Darlington County line. Gainey was ejected from the vehicle and died from blunt-force trauma, according to Lee County Coroner Larry Logan. Gainey was the only occupant of the vehicle at the time. He reportedly was not wearing a seatbelt. The incident remained under investigation Saturday by S.C. Highway Patrol.



Ebony Singleton, a Sumter Family Health Center’s medical receptionist/scheduler, jumps for joy with her award of excellence.

Sumter Family Health Center employee wins state award


Santa Claus makes a surprise visit and gives out treats at the end of the Christmas concert by the Sumter Community Concert Band at Grace Baptist Church on Thursday night.

Sumter Family Health Center has a new winner in its midst. South Carolina Primary Health Care Association presented Ebony Singleton, a medical receptionist/scheduler at the center, with the “Award for Excellence” at the annual Front Office Staff/Outreach Network/Billing & Collections Network Retreat. The local health center is a member of the SCPHCA, a unifying organization for Community Health Centers in South Carolina, and was one of 19 centers in the state eligible to submit nominations for the award. Presented to an employee who demonstrates outstanding public service, the Award of Excellence is given annually to an employee that has consistently shown superior work standards and offers outstanding participation in or development of a special program. This employee must also participate in the development of a procedure which has effectively increased efficiency in work operations or customer service. For more information, visit sumterfhc. com.

Michelin recalls 1.2 M tires in U.S. WASHINGTON — Tire-maker Michelin said it is recalling about 1.2 million tires sold in the U.S. because an increasing number are experiencing tread loss or rapid air loss. The tires are commonly used for pickup trucks, heavy-duty vans, small RVs and commercial light trucks. The Greenville, S.C-based company says no deaths or injuries have been reported because of the tires.

Trombonists, from left, Jessica Bettinger, Victor Wesley and Carnisa McKnight play Wesley’s arrangement of “An Offbeat Christmas Suite” during Thursday’s concert. The medley included “Angels We Have Heard on High,” “Silent Night” and “Hark, the Herald Angels Sing.”



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At 11:30 p.m. Thursday, a brick was reportedly thrown through the window of a room at a motel in the 200 block of North Washington Street. Damage is estimated at $500. STOLEN PROPERTY:

Two cable boxes, a 37inch TV, $2,200 in cash, a checkbook, gold jewelry, an air-conditioning unit, and four 20-inch chrome rims and tires were reported stolen from the 3500 block of Oleander Drive at 7:35 a.m. Thursday. The items are valued at $14,300. A gray 2000 Nissan Maxima was reported stolen from the 3500 block of Windham Road at 10:35 a.m. Thursday. The car was reportedly left unlocked. It is valued at $5,500. Copper wiring and a kitchen oven were reported stolen from a home in the 1600 block of Peach Orchard Road at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. The items are valued at $3,100. A 1984 two-door Cadillac El Dorado without a functioning engine was reported stolen from the 400 block of Allen Drive at 10 p.m. Wednesday. At 8:35 p.m. Thursday, the car was located by police in the 400 block of East Liberty Street and towed from the scene. It is valued at $3,000. A 1993 Burgundy Lexus GS3 was reportedly loaned out in the first block of Highland Avenue at 5 p.m. Thursday. By 8 p.m., the car had not been returned. It is valued at $1,500.


Santa Claus himself checks in with Cpl. James Sinkler outside Walgreens on McCrays Mill Road on Saturday. Sinkler was collecting toys for the Salvation Army with the Sumter Police Department’s Cram-a-Cruiser toy drive.

New, unwrapped toys can be donated from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Walgreens on Lafayette Street. Donation boxes also will be located inside all Sumter Walgreens locations and at Walmart on Broad Street through Dec. 21. For more information or to make a donation, contact the Sumter Police Department’s Crime Prevention Unit at (803) 436-2721 or (803) 436-2723. Six-year-old Lillie Rogers adds a toy to the Sumter police cruiser outside Walgreens on McCrays Mill Road on Saturday. The Cram-a-Cruiser toy drive will be collecting donations for needy families until Saturday.

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BREAK-INS from Page A1

PENNY TAX from Page A1

According to Tonyia McGirt, public information officer for the city law enforcement, there isn’t a particular pattern among the reported incidents. However, McGirt said the break-ins have usually occurred during day and electronic items are usually targeted. The police department acknowledges there usually is an increase in break-ins during the holiday season, but the department’s crime data shows a higherthan-normal number of break-ins and attempted break-ins in these neighborhoods. To protect yourself and your property, Sumter Police Department advises taking some of the following steps: engrave all your valuables with identifying initials or numbers; photograph all valuable items in your

but how can we positively leverage these dollars?� The mayor would like to see those dollars leveraged for a new headquarters station for the Sumter fire department to replace the one on the corner of Hampton and Magnolia streets. “We probably don’t have the capacity to bond for that, because of our size,� he said. “It would be fairly expensive.� The city has already acquired property on Lafayette Drive that was intended to be the site of a new public safety building. If built, the building could house many of the city’s emergency response agencies, including fire, police and EMS, McElveen said. “That’s something it’s possible could have an equal im-

home and consider extra insurance on guns and jewelry; store photos on discs in a secure location; become familiar with your neighbors and their vehicles; watch out for suspicious vehicles and if you see a “prowling� car, truck or van in your neighborhood, write down the license number and description of the vehicle and its occupants; and do not give out any information about your home or family over the phone. To report suspicious activity in your neighborhood, call the Sumter Police Department at (803) 436-2700. For more information on protecting your property and your home, contact the department’s Crime Prevention Unit at (803) 4362723 or (803) 4362721.


pact on (both the city and) the county,� he said. Also under consideration could be a “greenway project� that would connect several parks and recreational sites around town through a walking trail. McElveen touts the success of the previous Penny for Progress, such as the infrastructure improvements that presaged the opening of the new Continental Tire plant, as an example of the benefits a renewed tax can bring. “Everybody from the governor to the Department of Commerce has said that wouldn’t have happened if the city didn’t put in water and sewer there (on U.S. 521),� he said. “I’m not saying every one

of these is going to be a Continental, but you’ve got to think of those when you look at the potential.� If the penny sales tax and its final list of projects is approved in November’s election, it would come into force in 2016 when the current Penny for Progress expires, and continue for eight years until 2023. “This is a tax for a limited amount of time that we get to choose ourselves,� McElveen said. “We just have to find that sweet spot of projects that everybody can be happy with.�

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Man jailed in Coastal Carolina shooting faces new charge in death of 44-year-old MYRTLE BEACH — One of the two men accused in the shooting death of a Coastal Carolina University student is now facing charges in a 2012 homicide. The Sun News of Myrtle Beach reported 23-year-old Stephon McLain Jr. of Conway was charged Friday with murder in connection with the death of 44-year-old Herbert Deas Jr. Horry County Deputy Coroner Tony Hendrick said Deas died Sept. 13,

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Cannons available for adoption where Civil War began SULLIVANS ISLAND (AP) — A nonprofit group is urging people to lend a hand to help conserve pieces of history: the guns at the South Carolina forts where the Civil War began. Jim Thompson of the Fort Sumter-Fort Moultrie Trust said Friday that the group has started an Adopt-A-Cannon drive to help the National Park Service conserve the guns at Sumter, which is in Charleston Harbor, and at Moultrie, on nearby Sullivans Island. The trust assists the National Park Service in its work by helping with education, preservation and staging commemorations. “This will appeal to people who have the history bug like I do,� Thompson said. “People love stories, and when people come in and touch the guns when they are conserved, they’ll say that’s great, I want to be part of the next one,� he said. The group has a goal of $30,000, but Thompson said the group would really like to raise $50,000. That money would help conserve a total of nine guns in a year’s time. Earlier this year, the park service finished conserving 10 large siege and garrison guns, some of which were used by Confederates to lob shells from Moultrie into Sumter in Charleston Harbor in 1861 when the war erupted. Union forces surrendered 34 hours after the bombardment started as the nation plunged into a bloody war. That conservation work was done under a

Conservator Liisa Nasanen of the Clemson Restoration Institute works on conserving an 1830 artillery piece at Fort Moultrie on Sullivans Island on Friday. The gun is being conserved using super-heated water at extremely high pressure to remove layers of paint. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Learn more about adopting a cannon at multiyear, $900,000 agreement between the National Park Service and the Clemson University Restoration Institute. But help is now needed for remaining guns. Conservators were busy at Moultrie on Friday using a new hightech method of conserving guns. The method uses water heated to about 300 degrees sprayed at high pressure — 3,000 pounds

per square inch, or about twice the pressure of a commercial pressure washer — to peel off layers of paint applied to the barrels over the years. Liisa Nasanen, a conservator from the Clemson institute, was using the method on a gun dating to 1830. She said about 12 coats of paint had been applied over the years. Before the new method, gun barrels would have to be lifted by a crane and taken offsite to be sandblasted. Now the conservation can be done on site. The machine is the

only one being used in the United States, said Rick Dorrance, chief of resource management at the Fort Sumter National Monument. “It’s been used extensively in Great Britain, but it hasn’t made its way

over here. We were able to get one of these units,� he said. “The goal is to re-

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This computer drawing provided by Blue North Fisheries shows a new 191-foot commercial fishing boat design. The boat is intended to be safer for workers by positioning fishermen behind the protection of the boat’s hull instead of up on deck, and long-lines of fish will be pulled from under the boat through an opening in the bottom-center of the boat.

Boat could make fishing safer on deadly Bering Sea ANACORTES, Wash. (AP) — Few professions are as deadly as commercial fishing on the Bering Sea. Crews face rogue waves and frigid gales that toss around heavy machines and cause vessels to pitch, yaw and roll on turbulent waters. The dangers are so constant that they’ve been made lore on the longrunning cable show “Deadliest Catch.” Over the years, efforts to keep crew members safe have taken many forms, from changing the culture among fishermen to equipping them with emergency gear such as survival suits that can help them survive the icy waters longer. The latest proposed solution is being built in a dry dock north of Seattle: a $35 million, 190foot vessel that would

enable fishermen to work behind the safety of the hull, rather than out on the deck amid the dangerous wind and waves. The ship, commissioned by Seattle-based Blue North Fisheries, represents the culmination of efforts to keep fishermen safe, said Chris Phillips, managing editor of Fishermen’s News, an industry publication. “If he’s out there standing in the elements in 15-degree weather and 15-foot waves crashing on the deck, he’s not very happy,” Phillips said. “But if he’s in a well-lit and heated space, he’s a lot happier.” According to federal statistics, 32 fishermen died on the job in 2012, a drop from 42 the year before. Still, the profession remains one of the nation’s deadliest with a 2012 fatality rate of 117

per 100,000 workers, compared to 17 for construction crews. Jennifer Lincoln, an injury epidemiologist with the National Institute for Occupational Safety Health, said the vessel’s design represents an attempt to avoid the hazards completely. “It’s a big deal to engineer out the occupational hazard from the beginning,” she said. Currently, a crew member is at risk while the long-line is being reeled in. Usually a crew member has to hook the fish being reeled in to process them. That requires standing out on the deck. And sometimes crew members get tossed into the water. In Alaska, for example, 158 fishermen died between 2000 and 2012; 49 of those fatalities were crew getting tossed overboard, Lincoln said.

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A novel way to speed the testing of cancer drugs and quickly separate winners from duds has yielded its first big result: an experimental medicine that shows promise against a hard-to-treat form of breast cancer. The method involves studying drugs in small groups of people and using advanced statistical techniques to analyze the results as they come in, instead of waiting for all the data to arrive. Whether the drug, veliparib, ever makes it to market remains to be seen, but it has shown enough potential to advance to final-phase testing aimed at Food and Drug Administration approval. Bringing a new cancer drug to market usually takes more than a decade and tests in thousands of patients, and costs more than $1 billion. Companies can’t afford many studies like that, and patients can’t wait years

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‘A Christmas Story’ at 30: Now part of the family CLEVELAND (AP) — Even after three decades, the triple-dog dare doesn’t get old. The film “A Christmas Story� opened 30 years ago to mixed reviews but has shown its staying power as a holiday family favorite. Cleveland, where parts of the movie were filmed and hardluck Ralphie dreamed big, recently celebrated the anniversary with iconic leg lamps, holiday store windows such as the ones that drew Ralphie’s wide-eyed stares and stage and musical versions of “A Christmas Story.� “It becomes part of your fabric for your whole life,� said Kevin Moore, managing director of the Cleveland Play House, where the stage version of the story has become a holiday staple. In the film, starring Darren McGavin as the father, 9-year-old Ralphie was transfixed by the brightly decorated storefront windows. And he dreamed of getting an air rifle as a Christmas gift, despite warnings that he might shoot his eye out. The plot follows his determined gift-begging, his encounters with bullies and his family’s daily hopes and dreams — including a lamp in the form of a shapely leg. The movie wasn’t widely acclaimed when it debuted, with favorable reviews barely outnumbering bad mentions like the one that grumped, “Bah, humbug� in the headline. But its quirky humor and love-in-family message struck a chord with audiences. Like any holiday favorite, a sense of wonder is needed for “A Christmas Story,� and 8-yearold Colin Wheeler thinks he has one to match Ralphie’s.

Visitors wait to tour the house Nov. 21 in Cleveland where much of the 1983 movie “A Christmas Story� was filmed. The house and adjacent museum expected an influx of visitors on the 30th anniversary of the quirky holiday film turned classic in the city where Ralphie’s house was restored on a bluff overlooking the steel mills. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

“We both have really big imaginations,� boasted Colin, who plays Ralphie in “A Christmas Story� musical at Cleveland’s Near West Theater. It’s not easy playing Ralphie in that ill-fitting pink bunny suit, Colin said. “I’ll tell you one thing that’s hard: it’s really hard not to laugh� while

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Astronaut may get Christmas wish for spacewalk CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Space station astronaut Rick Mastracchio may get his Christmas wish for a spacewalk or two because of a broken cooling system. Mastracchio, an experienced spacewalker, said he’s more than ready to go out and make repairs, if deemed necessary by Mission Control. “Any time you have something like this, it’s good news, bad news,” Mastracchio told The Associated Press on Friday. “Of course, the bad news is the station’s having problems, and we have to go out and do a repair. The good news is we have the spare parts. We have the training. We have the skills and, of course, going out and doing a spacewalk is always very exciting — yet very challenging.” One of two cooling loops on the space station shut down Wednesday after it got too cold. Flight controllers suspect a bad valve inside an external pump. It’s a serious situation that needs to be remedied quickly, officials said, in case there are additional failures. On Friday, engineers in Houston spent a third day working on the issue. They want to see if they can solve the problem remotely, before ordering up a series of spacewalks to replace

the entire pump. Three spacewalks were required to install this pump in 2010. The space station cooling system uses ammonia to dissipate heat generated by on-board equipment. The six astronauts have turned off all nonessential equipment to reduce the heat load, including some science experiments. That’s resulted in extra free time for Mastracchio and his U.S., Japanese and Russian crewmates. Otherwise, life has not changed much a couple hundred miles up, he noted. “We still have lights. We still have the toilet working. We still have food, and we’re still very comfortable up here,” Mastracchio said. “So the biggest problem is that we’re just not taking the time during our schedule to do as much science as we normally would.” An upcoming delivery mission may be delayed because of the cooling system trouble. The commercial Cygnus capsule, currently scheduled for a Wednesday launch from Wallops Island, Va., almost certainly holds holiday surprises for the astronauts, along with the usual stash of supplies. At least Mastracchio doesn’t have to cram in any last-minute Christmas shopping, using the space station’s Internet

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WASHINGTON (AP) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s how area members of Congress voted on major issues in the week ending Dec. 13. HOUSE TWO-YEAR BUDGET DEAL: Voting 332 for and 94 against, the House on Dec. 12 approved a two-year budget deal that would enable Congress to operate through September 2015 without real or threatened government shutdowns or lurches from one stopgap budget to the next. The measure (HJ Res 59) would soften the impact of sequestration on defense readiness and critical domestic programs; raise a variety of taxes and fees by $7 billion during 10 years; reduce deficit spending by $23 billion during 10 years; slightly raise discretionary spending to an average of $1.013 trillion per year in fiscal 2014-2015; and avert cuts in Medicare payments to doctors. Among its revenue provisions, the bill would raise pension contributions by newly hired federal employees; trim certain payments to Medicare providers; raise airline ticket fees; curb cost-of-living increases for military pensioners holding civilian jobs; increase fees paid by corporations to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp.; and require states to pay a larger share of the cost of managing mineral leases on federal land. No member spoke against the bill.

A yes vote was to send the bill to the Senate, where speedy approval is expected. VOTE H-1 slugged BUDGET

A yes vote opposed the bid for extended jobless benefits. VOTE H-2 slugged UNEMPLOYMENT/ JOBLESS

SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Joe Wilson, R-2, James Clyburn, D-6, Tom Rice, R-7 Voting no: Mark Sanford, R-1, Jeff Duncan, R-3, Trey Gowdy, R-4, Mick Mulvaney, R-5 Not voting: None

SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Sanford, Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney, Rice (SC) Voting no: Clyburn Not voting: None

EXTENDED JOBLESS BENEFITS: On a procedural vote of 227 for and 195 against, the House on Dec. 12 blocked a bid by Democrats for a direct vote on their amendment to provide three more months of unemployment checks for 1.3 million of the long-term jobless whose current allotment of extended benefits will expire Dec. 28. Democrats forced this vote after the Republican leadership refused to include the extension in a two-year budget agreement (HJ Res 59, above). The $6 billion cost of the extended benefits was to have been offset by cuts in farm subsidies. Rob Woodall, R-Ga., said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Those basic unemployment benefits that your state has guaranteed to you, nothing is happening to those, and folks need to know that. Those (basic) weeks of unemployment that the federal government has always provided, nothing is happening to those, and folks need to know that. What we are talking about are those emergency benefits.â&#x20AC;?

2014 MILITARY BUDGET: Voting 350 for and 69 against, the House on Dec. 12 approved a bill (HR 3304) to authorize a $625.1 billion military budget for fiscal 2014, including $80.7 billion for actions in Afghanistan, Iraq and other war zones; up to $60 billion for active duty and retirement health care; $17.8 billion for nuclear-weapons programs run by the Department of Energy; $10 billion for the U.S. Special Operations Command; and $9.3 billion for space- and landbased missile defenses. The bill funds a 1 percent military pay raise, bars higher copayments or enrollment fees in the military health care system and sets active duty end-strengths of 520,000 for the Army, 327,600 for the Air Force, 323,600 for the Navy and 190,200 for the Marine Corps.

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The bill keeps the handling of sexual assault cases within the chain of command where they occur but ends commandersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; authority to dismiss the findings of a court martial. The bill establishes a special counsel to help survivors of sexual assaults navigate the military legal system and makes it a crime under the Uniform Code of Military Justice to retaliate against those who report sexual assaults. No member spoke against the bill. A yes vote was to send the bill to the Senate, where quick passage was expected. VOTE H-3 slugged MILITARY SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Wilson (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney, Clyburn, Rice (SC) Voting no: Sanford, Duncan (SC) Not voting: None SENATE MELVIN WATT CONFIRMATION: Voting 57 for and 41 against, the Senate on Dec. 10 confirmed the nomination of Melvin L. Watt, 68, a Democratic congressman from North Carolina, to a five-year term as director the Federal Housing Finance Agen-

cy. The agency is the lead regulator of housing markets, overseeing Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, the Federal Home Loan Banks and other players in Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s secondary mortgage market. It was established in 2008 in the throes of the U.S. housing meltdown. A yes vote was to confirm Watt. VOTE S-1 slugged WASS


said Millett â&#x20AC;&#x153;has argued 32 cases before the Supreme Court. She is unquestionably qualified and deserves to be confirmed without further delay.â&#x20AC;? A yes vote was to confirm Millett. VOTE S-2 slugged MILLETT SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: None Voting no: Graham, Scott Not voting: None

SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: None Voting no: Lindsey Graham, R, Tim Scott, R Not voting: None

CORNELIA PILLARD CONFIRMATION: Voting 51 for and 44 against, the Senate on Dec. 12 confirmed Cornelia T. L. Pillard, 52, to sit on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. A Georgetown University law professor, Pillard held high Justice Department positions in the administrations of presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton. A yes vote was to confirm Pillard. VOTE S-3 slugged PILLARD

PATRICIA MILLETT CONFIRMATION: Voting 56 for and 38 against, the Senate on Dec. 10 confirmed Patricia Ann Millett as a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Millett, 50, worked most recently in private practice, and before that she was an assistant solicitor general in Democratic and Republican administrations. She became the first judge confirmed under new Senate rules that set a simple-majority vote as the standard for advancing presidential nominees other than Supreme Court selections. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt.,

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o, Ho, Ho to all you COMMENTARY Sumter Item readers out there. with visions of sugar plums One morning last summer I dancing in our heads. was sleeping peacefully, when As a result of all this, the out on the lawn there arose elves here at 20 North Magnolia such a clatter, I sprang from the St. — The Item’s World Corpobed to see what was the matter. rate Headquarters — have been It was just dogs barkworking hard on a projing but I was awake at ect that will result in a this point with a head very Happy New Year filled with clutter. The for our readers and adAttention Deficit Disorvertisers. der generally kicks in And in the spirit of the second I wake up. Christmas, today’s colOne important idea umn will serve as a was immediately sneak preview of the exGraham passed along to my citing gifts The Item partners – brothers Kyle OSTEEN family is preparing for and Jack, and our father you behind the scenes. Hubert: In 2014, The Item will Soon you’ll start seeing promoturn 120 years old, and we need tional material that goes someto commemorate that importhing like this: tant milestone in a variety of We’re building a better ways. newspaper to better serve They agreed, so we got inour readers and advertisers. volved with a company called The Sumter Item is locally Creative Circle Media Soluowned and run. We’re part of tions, owned by a talented man this community and we believe named Bill Ostendorf. We were in Sumter. News, information immediately off to the races, and advertising are vital ser-

| vices for the growth and future of the region, so for the past several months we’ve been reinvesting in your newspaper. We’ve hired more staff to improve our content. We’re redesigning the paper with improved visuals and typography and new branding. And we’re building a new and better web site. Our content will be more visual, more actionable and more engaging and that will make The Item an even better vehicle to help you grow your business. We’re also changing the sizes of our columns and advertising, both in print and online. And we’re offering more targeted advertising options to improve the effectiveness of even our least expensive advertising options. New widths and ad sizes will be easier to understand and better for your message. One of the biggest changes we will be making is a shift

from six to five columns. Why did we do that? Research shows that reading wider columns of text is easier and faster. So we believe our readers will be able to read more of our content and will spend more time on each page with wider, easierto-read columns of text. This also means bigger ads throughout the paper with more room for bigger photos and headlines. The biggest factor in ad effectiveness is size: The bigger the ad, the higher the readership and response. Bigger headlines and photos also drive more readership. Getting more exposure online and in print. Our audience is growing, but it’s not just in print. Our combined print and online audience is larger than ever in our history. And we know it’s important for your message to appear in both for maximum reach and effectiveness. Beginning in 2014, all our print advertising will be

showcased online so every print ad will also become a web presence for your business. Many of our print packages will also include specific web ad components as well. And we’ll continue to offer specific, high-profile web advertising options as well. Growing your audience, reach and effectiveness in print and online. It’s all part of doing a better job for you and our readers. If someone gave me a Christmas present that thoughtful and beautiful, I’d know for sure they cared about me very, very much. There are many more magical surprises to come, so Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good night. For now. Graham Osteen is EditorAt-Large of The Item. He can be reached at Follow him on Twitter @GrahamOsteen, or visit

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Thank you to those who made Garden Club event special On behalf of The Council of Garden Clubs of Sumter, it is my privilege to offer a heartfelt thanks to our community for its support of The 64th Annual Holiday House Tour and Tea. The businesses and individuals listed below generously gave of their time, talent, and resources making the tour and tea a great success. Approximately 400 attendees toured the six tastefully decorated historic homes in the heart of Sumter. The tea, hosted by the Azalea Garden club at the Alice Boyle Garden Center, delighted the senses with delicious treats, beautiful decorations and enchanted music. The Council of Garden Clubs of Sumter (Azalea, Bland, and Poinsett Garden Clubs) work diligently each year on many civic, beautification and educational projects in Sumter. We also provide scholarships for students studying horticulture or forestry. Thanks to the following: Ashley Furniture; Aycock-Richardson Monument Co.; Annette Doyle (homeowner); Bank of Clarendon; Billy and Ceceilia Steele; Bryan Law


Firm; Bilton Lincoln Inc.; Bonnie Disney; Carlitha Addison-Sumter Trolley Tours; Carolyn BishopMcLeod; Church and Office Supply; Colleen Yates (homeowner); Covenant Place; Creech-Roddey-Watson Insurance; D and D Heating and Air; Disney Investments; Dixie Carpets; Dr. Caryn M. West and Associates; Edward Jones; EMS–Chemie; First Citizens Bank; Heidi Burkett ABR, GRI Realtor, ERA Wilder Realty; Kipper Ackerman; Grace and Billy Prescott; Katherine Barrett; Kay and Dusty Rhoads (homeowner); Ivy Moore; NBSC; Piggly Wiggly on South Guignard Parkway; Rogers Greenhouse; SAFE Federal Credit Union; Sammy Way; Savvy Mag of Sumter; Shoney’s and Captain D’s; Susan Allen at Broadstone Manor; Shawn and Ricky Shivers (homeowner); Susan and George McGregor (homeowner); Sylvia and Jim Lawler (homeowner); Silver Paper; State Farm Insurance – Bill and Cookie Denny; Tangles; The Citizens Bank; The Gift Box Custom Picture Framing & Art; and The Item. CAROLYN BISHOP-MCLEOD Holiday House Tour Chair 2013 Sumter

In reference to the Nativity removal As a Christian, this has bothered me on several levels. Our country was founded by people who were fleeing religious persecution, our government buildings recognize God as our Heavenly Father, our currency has “In God We Trust.” Now, there are those who would like for us to rid ourselves of all things “Christian?” I was interested to know who these people were, so I went to their web site: “The Military Religious Freedom Foundation.” They state that their foundation “is dedicated to ensuring that all members of the United Armed Forces fully receive the Constitutional guarantee of religious freedom to which they and all Americans are entitled by virtue of the Establishment clause of the first Amendment.” That sounds fine, but my question is what freedom has been denied anyone? No one has insisted that anyone be of their religion. The Nativity scene is something that stands for the birth of our Savior. Christmas is the celebration of His birth. It is our religious freedom to worship as we please. I don’t understand why others would deny us our religious freedom.

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You’re right. We don’t need any more Boss Hogs The editorial on Dec. 8 regarding “Boss Hog” was very timely. I applaud the voters in Columbia for voting down the “strong mayor” concept. We don’t need any more “Boss Hogs.” We have one in Washington, D.C., and how is that working out for everybody? WARREN C. FORDHAM Manning




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CARL T. DIXON Carl Thomas Dixon, 65, departed this life on Friday, Dec. 13, 2013, at his home in Sumter. Born Jan. 15, 1948, in Farmville, Pitt County, N.C., he was the son of the late DIXON Joe Dixon Jr. and Easter Vail Dixon. He received his education from the Greene County public school system and graduated with the class of 1966 from South Greene High School, Snow Hill, N.C. In 1967, he entered the United States Air Force and served his country for 26 years. Following his retirement from the Air Force in 1991, he continued to work as a correctional officer in Bishopville and court security officer in Columbia, permanently retiring in 2009. He leaves to cherish his memories: his wife, Stamatina “Matoula” Dixon; one son, Llewellyn “Lou” Ellis (Debra) of Hampton, Va.; two daughters, Kimberly Dixon of Oakland, Calif., and Angela Dixon of Atlanta; one grandson, Antwon Ellis; one granddaughter, Shanice Ellis; two sisters, Deloris Dixon of Farmville, N.C., and Margie Dean Warren (Williams) of Snow Hill; one brother, Joe Morris Dixon (Daisy) of Lake Wylie; two aunts, Edna Earl Daniels of Farmville and Naileen Vail of Washington, D.C.; one sister-in-law, Anastacia (Konstandinos) Stergiopoulou; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; his father- and motherin-law; and one brother, Richard Earl Dixon. Funeral services will

be held at noon Tuesday in the John Wesley Williams Sr. Memorial Chapel, Williams Funeral Home Inc., 821 N. Main St., Sumter, with the Rev. Michael McCall, officiating, eulogist. The family is receiving friends and relatives at the family home, 1094 Kentwood Drive, Sumter, and at John Wesley Williams Sr. Memorial Chapel, Monday from 4 to 5 p.m. The funeral procession will leave from the family home at 11:20 a.m. Floral bearers and pallbearers will be family and friends. Burial will be in the Evergreen Memorial Park, Sumter. Online memorial messages may be sent to the family at williamsfuneralhome@ Visit us on the web at www.williamsfuneralhomeinc. com. Services directed by the management and staff of Williams Funeral Home Inc., 821 N. Main St., Sumter.

LINDA LOU GETZ Linda Lou Getz, 75, of Summerton, wife of Jerry Lee Getz, entered into eternal rest Friday, Dec. 13, 2013. Her funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in J. Henry Stuhr Inc., Northwoods ChaGETZ pel, 2180 Greenridge Road, North Charleston. A reception will follow at her daughter Wendy’s home. Linda was born Dec. 16, 1937, in Mongo, Ind., daughter of Mark Leonard Larkin and Florence Reade Larkin. She was an administrative assistant in the school system. Linda Getz was a mother, grandmother, great-

grandmother and great-great-grandmother. She was caring, always keeping us in line, and loved everyone. She was known for always being cold and needing lots of sweaters. She always knew what was best for us and didn’t hesitate to tell us so. She was the wisest in the family, enjoyed crafts and crocheting and always kept us well stocked. She is survived by her husband, Jerry L. Getz of Summerton; daughters Wendy Smith (Kevin), Kathy McCarthy (Raymond), Penny Dulin (Barry Phelps) and Rhonda Johnson (Jamie); son, Mark Getz (Susan); seven grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and one greatgreat-grandchild. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Association, Inc., 2711 Middleburg Drive, Suite 108B, Columbia, SC 29204. A memorial message may be sent to the family by visiting our website at

LILLIAN B. GIBSON MANNING — Lillian Irene Bryant Gibson, 81, wife of Wallace Gibson, died Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013, at Clarendon Memorial Hospital. Born Dec. 16, 1931, in Sumter County, she was a daughter of GIBSON the late Josh Clifford and Lillian Irene Tisdale Bryant. She was a retired accounting clerk with Campbell’s Soup. She is survived by two sons, David Michael Gibson of Longs and Clifford Douglas Gibson (Bonnie) of Bonneau; three daughters, Patricia Leigh

Gibson Nunnery, Laura Irene Gibson Guthrie (David) and Lisa Faye Gibson Smith (Jim), all of Manning; eight grandchildren, Joshua, Jason, David Paul, Samantha, Justin, Erin, Ian and Payton; seven great-grandchildren; and a sister, Faye Bryant Winkles (Clifton) of Manning; and a number of nieces and nephews. No services are planned at this time. The family will receive friends at the home, 1766 Gunter Road, Manning, SC 29102. The family would like to thank the staff of Amedysis Hospice for their love and care. Stephens Funeral Home and Crematory, 304 N. Church St., Manning, is in charge of arrangements, (803) 435-2179.

MALVENIA ANDREWS QUEENS, N.Y. — Malvenia Andrews, 62, died Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013, in Queens Hospital Center. She was born Dec. 14, 1950, in Summerton, a daughter of the late Richard Andrews Sr. and Emma Lee Britton Andrews. Family is receiving friends beginning Thursday at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Leroy (Nancy) Andrews, Pine Knoll subdivision, 1252 Longleaf Drive, Manning. These services have been entrusted to Samuels Funeral Home LLC of Manning. CAROLYN BENBOW Carolyn “Keema” Benbow, 61, died Friday, Dec. 13, 2013, at Providence Hospital in Columbia. Born Sept. 7, 1952, in Clarendon County, she was a daughter of the late


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TAYLOR C. GAINEY BISHOPVILLE — Funeral services for Taylor Christian Gainey, 19, who passed away Dec. 13, will be held at 4 p.m. Monday at St. Matthew United Methodist Church. The Rev. Kimberly Evans will officiate. Burial will be in the St. Matthew United Methodist Church Cemetery directed by Norton Funeral Home, Bishopville. Visitation will be 3 to 5 p.m. today at the funeral home. Taylor was born in Sumter, a son of Candace Marie Brown Outlaw and James Ervin Gainey Jr. He graduated from Robert E. Lee Academy in 2012, where he was on the football and track team. He was a student at Florence-Darlington Technical College working toward a degree in welding. Taylor was a loving person and always had a smile for everyone, never met a stranger and would help anyone he could. He was a member of St. Matthew United Methodist Church and was employed at Hardees. Surviving are his mother and stepfather, Candace and James Sidney Outlaw Jr. of Bishopville; his father and stepmother, James Ervin and Colleen Gainey Jr. of Melbourne, Fla.; one sister, Jenna Gainey of Bishopville; one half-brother, Lane Gainey of the U.S. Navy; three step-


sisters, Katherine Gaskins of McBee and Anna Outlaw of Bishopville and Katie Beaty of Melbourne, Fla.; three stepbrothers, Drew Beaty of Hollywood, Fla., Ian Beaty of Aiken and James Beaty of Melbourne, Fla.; his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Brown of Bishopville; maternal great-grandmother, Elizabeth D. Brown of Bishopville; stepgrandparents, James Sidney and Celeste Outlaw Sr. of Bishopville; and step-grandmother Constance Springs of Melbourne.

JUANITA C. NELSON SUMMERTON — Juanita Cain Nelson, 91, widow of Samuel M. Nelson, died Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013, at her residence, 4154 Moses Dingle Road, Summerton. She was born March 10, 1922, in the Summerton section of Clarendon County, a daughter of the late Thomas and Janie Johnson Cain. Family is receiving friends at the residence, 4154 Moses Dingle Road, Summerton. These services have been entrusted to Samuels Funeral Home LLC of Manning. DANNY ROSE CHARLOTTE — Danny Rose, 59, died Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013, at Bryant Center of Charlotte. He was born Oct. 20, 1954, in the St. John Community of Sumter, a son of the late Mack Swain and Willie Mae Smalls. Family is receiving friends at the home of his sister and brotherin-law, Judy and James Cooper Sr., 865 Tieasha Lane, Gable. These services have been entrusted to Samuels Funeral Home LLC of Manning.

WREATHS from Page A1 Air Patrol, said 2nd Lt. Janelle Buniel, who led the event. Each year’s wreath-laying has gotten more attention as the national event has become better known. “It’s not just the squadron,” Buniel said. “We have Girl Scouts and family members here to help.” Three Girl Scouts from Troop 1015 in West Columbia made the trip to Sumter to take part in the ceremony. “We’ve done this for two or three years, and I saw on their website they didn’t have as many people here as the one at Fort Jackson,” said Scout Ambassador Jennifer Prochaska, 16. “We thought it was a good time to honor as many veterans as we could.” Before the cadets and scouts set off to tie wreaths along the fence, they placed seven wreaths in front of the main flag pole at the cemetery, representing the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Merchant Marine and the POW/ MIA, then presented them with a salute. At many Wreaths Across America events, it’s become the custom to lay a wreath on the grave

of each veteran buried in a cemetery, but Sumter’s organizers don’t have the resources for that. “There are over a thousand veterans here,” Buniel said. “If we tried to lay one on each grave stone, there’s no way we could cover them all.” It was the smaller scale of Sumter’s event that attracted the Girl Scouts, who wanted to take part where they could be of more help. Prochaska, along with fellow Scouts Tatiana Busby and Josie Watford, said they wanted to come back again next year after they hope to hold a fundraiser to collect more wreaths. MATT WALSH / THE ITEM Chaplain Kevin Mateer came from U.S. Army Civil Air Patrolman Jaymes Anderson, second from right, pins a wreath to the fence at Sumter Cemetery on Saturday for Central at Shaw Air Force Wreaths Across America, a national tribute to men and women who served in the United States Armed Forces. Base to take part in the ceremony, telling the young people assembled under the flagpole to live All Custom Products their lives with the same sense of personal honor t5SPQIJFTt1MBRVFTt.FNPSJBMT as members of the U.S. t/BNF5BHT Price per Price per military. Pennyweight Gram t$PSQPSBUF"XBSET “We normally only Karat (DWT) (Gr) Gold & Silver Jewelry honor veterans on Vetert(JGUT BOE.PSF 10K $24.00 $15.72 Silver Coins/Collections ans Day, so I think having Great Prices, Fantastic Service 14K $35.00 $22.76 another opportunity to Sterling/925 t.JMJUBSZ%JTDPVOUT 16K $42.00 $27.24 honor them is a wonderDiamonds, Pocket 18K $46.00 $29.80 t.VMUJ"XBSE%JTDPVOUT ful thing,” Mateer said. Watches & Wrist Watches 22K $59.00 $38.12 “To have a chance to All prices above based on gold market price with this ad. 803-775-8211 honor vets and share my 803-773-8022 #VMUNBO%SJWFt4VNUFS words with them, I (Corner of Bultman & Wise) 143 S. Lafayette Dr. Sumter, SC 29150 thought that was worth (at the foot of the bridge inside Vestco Properties) my valuable time.”

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The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) office, 1140 S. Guignard Drive, has many animals available for adoption. Adoption fees cover the first shots and first deworming and spaying or neutering. The office is open 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m. every day except Wednesday and Sunday. Call (803) 773-9292 for details. The American Red Cross has a permanent blood service located at 1155 N. Guignard Drive, Suite 2. For information on donating blood, call (803) 775-2364. Blood can be donated for the general population or for your own surgery. The National Kidney Foundation of South Carolina is in need of unwanted vehicles — even ones that don’t run. The car will be towed at no charge to you and you will be provided with a possible tax deduction. The donated vehicle will be sold at auction or recycled for salvageable parts. For information, call (800) 488-2277. The Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation Inc. (MDFF), a non-profit organization, accepts vehicle contributions. To complete a vehicle donation, contact MDFF to make arrangements by calling 1-800-544-1213. Donors may also log onto the organization’s Web site at and click on the automobile icon to complete an online vehicle donation application. Belly dancing classes are held at 6 p.m. every Monday at the Parks and Recreation Department, 155 Haynsworth St. Only $20 per month. The Rembert Area Community Coalition offers an after school program for students from kindergarten to sixth grade at the youth center in Rembert. Children receive assistance with homework, school projects, etc. A nutritious snack is served daily. There is a small monthly fee. Registrations are accepted noon-2 p.m. at 8455 Camden Highway, U.S. 521, Rembert, in front of the car wash. Contact Dr. Juanita Britton at (803) 432-2001. The Second (Indianhead) Division Association is searching for anyone/everyone who served in the 2nd Infantry Division. Visit the website at or contact Mike Davino at or (919) 4981910. Zumba classes will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at the Parks and Recreation building on Haynsworth Street. Classes are $5 each and no registration is required. Contact Deanne Lewis at zumbadeanne@gmail. com. The Palmetto Singles Club holds a dance from 7 to 10 p.m. on the first and third Fridays of each month at the VFW on Gion Street. Call Nancy McLeod, club president, at (803) 469-3433. Sumter Area Toastmasters meets at 7 p.m. each Tuesday at the Sumter Mall community room, 1057 Broad St. The group helps in developing speaking and leadership skills. Call Douglas Wilson at (803) 778-0197 or Rebecca Gonzalez at (803) 565-9271.


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FSU’s Winston wins Heisman BY RALPH D. RUSSO The Associated Press NEW YORK — Jameis Winston left voters no choice but to give him the Heisman Trophy. The Florida State quarterback became the second straight freshman to win the Heisman on Saturday night, earning college football’s most prestigious individual award with a performance so spectacular

and dominant that even a criminal investigation couldn’t derail his candidacy.


“I cannot explain the feeling that I have inside right now,’’ Winston said. “I’m so overwhelmed. It’s awesome.’’ When his name was announced, he popped from his seat and quickly made his way to his mom and dad for hugs and kisses. He smiled and laughed through most of his acceptance speech, but got a little

Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston, right, stands with FSU head coach Jimbo Fisher while holding the Heisman Trophy after winning the award on Saturday in New York.


SHS’ Wright has solid game in South’s 38-21 loss

Sumter sweeps Gators

BY NEILL KIRKPATRICK Special to The Item MYRTLE BEACH — Sumter High School defensive back Erick Wright came into Saturday’s Touchstone Energy Cooperatives Bowl expecting to play well in the matchup of NorthSouth AllStars. He did not disappoint as he broke up three passes and recorded three tackles in the South’s 38-21 loss to the North. “I play how I practice, hard” Wright said. “My coaches at Sumter taught me the right way to do things and try to do that every day.” He also came oh so close to having a pick six in the second quarter. On second down and 10 yards to go, he broke

Vandevander gets best of Fields in matchup of teacher vs. student BY EDDIE LITAKER Special To The Item It was a classic teacher versus pupil matchup Saturday at Lakewood High School’s The Swamp, and Round 1 went to the teacher. New Lakewood varsity girls basketball head coach Frances Fields, a 2007 Sumter High School graduate, led her Lady Gators squad against her alma mater — and her former coach at Alice Drive VANDEVANDER Middle School, Chris Vandevander — for the first time, with the Lady Gamecocks coming out on top by a score of 5435. While Fields had coached against Sumter FIELDS as a junior varsity head coach and a varsity assistant before, this was her first time as varsity head coach. “Sumter is a very good team. They’ve got good size, good guards, and it was just a good opportunity for Lakewood to see where we are at,” said Fields, whose team stands at 4-2 after the loss. “Compared to them we are pretty small, so the first quarter we matched up well with SEE SWEEPS, PAGE B2


perfectly on an out route, but the ball slipped through his fingers with nothing but green grass in front of him and an interception return for a touchdown. “Yeah. I would have liked to have had the interception,” said a smiling Wright after the game. “It was a great week. It was really awesome to see all these great players come together in a week and become a team.” The game was one of turnovers as 31 of the North’s points came off the South’s miscues. The North jumped out to a 17-0 first-half lead when, after recovering two South fumbles, York’s Ryan Moore scored from SEE WRIGHT, PAGE B2


Sumter’s Quentin Kerahaw (44) shoots as Lakewood’s Andre Washington(22) tries to block during the Gamecocks’ 57-22 victory over the Gators on Saturday at The Swamp.

Clemson rolls past Furman 71-35 BY AARON BRENNER Post and Courier CLEMSON — The measuring sticks get much higher at the start of the new calendar year, but it’s hard for Clemson men’s basketball to be more encouraged by its calling card than it is through 10 games. With their 71-35 dusting of Furman Saturday night, the Tigers

flexed their muscles on defense once again, allowing the program’s fewest points in nearly 18 years. The Tigers (8-2) entered the weekend with the best statistical defense in the country at 53.6 points BROWNELL per game and .350 field-goal percentage allowed. Both figures dropped a little more

Saturday, with the Paladins (4-6) — averaging 69.2 points a game beforehand — producing 35 points on 30.2 percent shooting. “Really pleased with the way our guys defended for the whole 40 minutes,” head coach Brad Brownell said. “Showed very good defensive discipline, to stay focus and guard for that long.” SEE TIGERS, PAGE B5


Sumter High defensive back Erick Wright, right, and Gamecocks head coach Reggie Kennedy, left, are introduced prior to the start of Saturday’s Touchstone Energy Cooperatives Bowl at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium in Myrtle Beach.

Point University’s Wright making most of last year 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.


ne year is better than none. That’s how Point University men’s basketball head coach Alan Wilson views the addition of senior forward Brandon Wright. The Sumter High School graduate is playing his final year of eligibility at the Georgia school after previously playing for Shorter University.

“It was out of the blue we got him,” Wilson said. “I couldn’t be more pleased with having him. You’re taking a chance on a senior coming in. In this situation, WRIGHT I wish I had him for three more years.” Wilson said he learned from a Shorter coach that

Wright would be ineligible to play this season for Shorter, which won its first National Christian College Athletic Conference championship last year. “It was some quirky reason he was not going to be eligible,” Wilson said. So Wilson decided that Wright could help SEE BOXLEITNER, PAGE B5





Pinewood tops WH at Baron Classic Wilson Hall’s varsity boys basketball team fell to 5-3 on the season with a 47-34 loss to Pinewood Prep on Saturday in the Baron Classic at Nash Student Center. Blake Bochette and Grier Schwartz both had eight points to lead the Barons.


WILSON HALL Bochette 8, Schwartz 8, Spittle 1, Ballard 7, Carraway 7, Talley 3.

Lakewood High School defeated Sumter 29-24 on Saturday at The Swamp. Daquan Tindal led the Gators with eight points, while Dan Evans and Terrell Steele each had six.


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Laurence Manning Academy lost to Heathwood Hall 44-43 on Saturday in the Baron Classic at Nash Student Center. Maliq Green led LMA with 10 points while Vaughnte Anderson had eight. SOUTH POINTE CHRISTIAN SUMTER CHRISTIAN

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Sumter Christian School suffered its first loss of the season in conference play, falling to South Pointe Christian 79-59 on Friday at the SCS gymnasium. T.J. Barron led the Bears, who dropped to 6-3 overall and 2-1 in SCACS Coastal Area 1, with 15 points. Shane Dennis added 12 points and Saquon Cole had nine. Johnathan Starnes led South Pointe with



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Laurence Manning Academy lost to First Baptist 51-37 on Saturday in the Baron Classic at Nash Student Center. Eric Kruger led the Swampcats with 10 points. SUMTER CHRISTIAN SOUTH POINTE CHRISTIAN

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Sumter Christian School improved to 7-1 on the season with a 36-26 victory over South Pointe Christian on Friday at the SCS gymnasium. Donzell Metz led SCS with 11 points. Saquon Cole added 10.



MHS stays unbeaten, routs C.E. Murray 63-28 MANNING — Manning High School’s varsity girls basketball team improved to 6-0 with a 63-28 victory over C.E. Murray on Saturday at Thames Arena. Mahogany Green led the Lady Monarchs with 18 points while coming up with seven steals and eight rebounds. Lanisha Brown added 10 points and seven rebounds. MANNING Green 18, Brown 10, Harvin 7, Hilton 9, Goldsmith 8, Brunson 5, Canty 4, Jackson 2.


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Wilson Hall improved to 5-3 on the season with a 44-40 victory over Pinewood Prep in the Baron Classic at Nash Student Center. Hayley Smoak led the Lady Barons with 15 ponts while

Holly Scott had 10 points, six assists and three steals. On Friday in the Baron Classic, Wilson Hall lost to First Baptist 40-27. Hannah Jordan led the Lady Barons with 10 points while Lauren Goodson added seven rebounds and six steals.

Timmonsville 53-48 on Friday at the Lee Central gymnasium. Asia Wright led the Lady Stallions with 19 points while Alexus McMillon had 13.


Lakewood High School lost to Sumter 33-13 on Saturday at The Swamp. Jamaria Epps led the Lady Gators with nine points.

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Asia Wilson scored 35 points to lead Heathwood Hall to a 75-51 victory over Laurence Manning Academy in the Baron Classic at Nash Student Center. Emily McElveen led LMA with 18 points. Maddie Rayas and Courtney Beatson both had nine. TIMMONSVILLE LEE CENTRAL

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SWEEPS from Page B1 them (trailing 11-9 after one) and then they lost sight a little bit after that, but it was a pretty good game to see where we are at.” Vandevander, in her sixth season as SHS head coach and also a former Lady Gamecock standout, has fond memories of her time coaching Fields at the middle school level. “I coached Frances my first year back in Sumter after coming back from college,” Vandevander said. “She was a seventh-grader at Alice Drive Middle School and I had her on my first team. Then she and I both made the move to Sumter High (with her) as an eighth-grader, but she went straight on to varsity and I took over the JV program. So we’ve been together for a while. It’s nice to see her out here doing this, because she’s really got an IQ for the game and understands the game.” Vandevander said coaching against a former player is a new experience for her as well. “This was the first time for me, and it’s exciting,” she said. “You hope you can still maybe beat your pupil, but she’s got the girls working hard. They played with a lot of passion, so I’m proud of her, too.” Fields also enjoyed matching up against her former coach, and she was already looking ahead to the next meeting on Friday, when the Lady Gators head over to Sumter High for Round 2. “Coach V is a very good coach,” Fields said. “She’s got a good squad and it was a good matchup. Hopefully it will be a better game next Friday.” The final score was not indicative of the game’s competitiveness as Sumter led by nine, 37-28, with 6:13 left and by 11, 4433, after a Sonora Dengokl 3-point basket with 3:38 left. A 10-2 Lady Gamecock run to close the game inflated the final victory margin. Three players scored in double figures for Sumter, which improved to 2-2 heading into a road game on Tuesday at Lower Richland. Christian Hithe led the way with 17 while Cy Cooper added 13 and Jessica Harris closed with 10. Dengokl topped Lakewood with 13 points. Sumter’s varsity boys continued their dominating start to the 2013-14 season with a convincing 57-22 win over Lakewood. The Gamecocks scored the first six points and led 8-2 before a 13-2 run to close the first quarter that included two treys from



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Sumter Christian School remained undefeated on the season with a 16-11 victory over South Pointe Christian on Friday at the SCS gymnasium. The Lady Bears, who are 4-0, were led in scoring by Sarah Fraser with six points.


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SUMTER Burson 3, Butler 10, McBride 5, Rembert 2, Ta’Bon 7, E. White 4, Richardson 4, Parker 10, Caldwell 2, Moore 2, Kershaw 8. LAKEWOOD Grant 6, J. White 6, C. Johnson 5, T. Johnson 2, Davis 3.

Sonny Butler, one from Micah McBride and a rare 4-point play from Sterling Ta’Bon to close the quarter. The rally continued into the second quarter as the Sumter lead went to 25-4 and stayed at 22, 33-11 heading into the break. The Gators pulled within 20 after Jalen White hit a basket to open the second half, but Lakewood could not get any closer. The Gamecocks outscored the Gators 16-4 in the final quarter, with the final score representing Sumter’s largest lead of the night. While new Sumter head coach Jo Jo English is happy to see his team 4-0 at this point, he knows there is room for improvement. “We’ve still got a long way to go,” English said. “Our guys are not happy or satisfied at all. They know that they can be much better than what they are. People think that they are playing good and stuff like that, and they are playing well, but we’ve got so much more growth in ourselves as a basketball team.” Lakewood head coach Terrence Scriven said Sumter did a good job on defense of taking starting guard Jarvis Johnson out of the game. “That was a good game plan by coach (English),” said Scriven, whose team dropped to 6-3. “He took our guard out of the game, and I don’t think our guys had seen that type of pressure in the eight games we have played. We’ve been playing against a lot of zone and a lot of full-court pressure, but nothing to that extent. They just got out to a big lead and we couldn’t recover, but we’ll get better.” Sumter had 11 players break into the scoring column, led by Butler and Brandon Parker with 10 apiece. White and Robert Grant both finished with six to pace Lakewood.

SCOREBOARD TV, RADIO TODAY 8:25 a.m. -- Intrnational Soccer: Barclays Premier League Match -- Manchester United vs. Aston Villa (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 10:55 a.m. -- Intrnational Soccer: Barclays Premier League Match -- Liverpool vs. Tottenham (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). Noon -- College Basketball: Syracuse at St. John’s (FOX SPORTS 1). 1 p.m. -- NFL Football: Seattle at New York Giants (WACH 57). 1 p.m. -- Professional Golf: Franklin Templeton Shootout Final Round from Naples, Fla. (GOLF). 1 p.m. -- Professional Basketball: Euroleague Game -- Barcelona vs. CSKA Moscow (NBA TV). 2 p.m. -- Professional Golf: Franklin Templeton Shootout Final Round from Naples, Fla. (WIS 10). 2 p.m. -- Women’s College Basketball: East Tennessee State at Kentucky (FOX SPORTSOUTH). 2 p.m. -- Professional Golf: Father/Son Challenge Final Round from Orlando, Fla. (GOLF). 2:30 p.m. -- College Basketball: La Salle at Villanova (FOX SPORTS 1). 2 p.m. -- Professional Golf: Father/Son Challenge Final Round from Orlando, Fla. (GOLF). 3 p.m. -- Professional Basketball: NBA Development League Game -- Idaho at Springfield (NBA TV). 4 p.m. -- Professional Golf: Father/Son Challenge Final Round from Orlando, Fla. (WIS 10). 4 p.m. -- NFL Football: New York Jets at Carolina (WLTX 19). 4:25 p.m. -- NFL Football: New Orleans at St. Louis (WACH 57, WWFN-FM 100.1, WPUB-FM 102.7). 4:30 p.m. -- College Basketball: Chicago State at DePaul (FOX SPORTS 1). 6 p.m. -- College Basketball: Troy at Kansas State (SPORTSOUTH). 7 p.m. -- College Basketball: Western Michigan at Missouri (ESPNU). 8:20 p.m. -- NFL Football: Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (WIS 10). MONDAY 5:45 p.m. -- Girls and Boys High School Basketball: Lugoff-Elgin at North Central (WPUB-FM 102.7). 6:05 p.m. -- Talk Show: Sports Talk (WDXY-FM 105.9, WDXY-AM 1240). 7 p.m. -- College Basketball: Gardner-Webb at Duke (ESPNU). 7:30 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: Minnesota at Boston (NBA TV). 8:25 p.m. -- NFL Football: Baltimore at Detroit (ESPN).

PREP SCHEDULE MONDAY Varsity Basketball Crestwood at Lake City, 6 p.m. St. Francis Xavier at Providence Athletic Club (Boys Only), 7 p.m. Varsity and JV Basketball Thomas Sumter at Carolina Academy, 4 p.m. Robert E. Lee at Calhoun Academy, 4 p.m. Williamsburg at Clarendon Hall, 4 p.m. Marion Christian at Sumter Christian (No Varsity Girls), 4 p.m. Junior Varsity Basketball Andrew Jackson High at Lee Central, 6 p.m. Middle School Basketball Alice Drive at Ebenezer, 5 p.m. Bates at Chestnut Oaks, 5 p.m. Hillcrest at Furman, 5 p.m. Elloree at Manning, 6 p.m. TUESDAY Varsity Basketball Sumter at Lower Richland, 6 p.m. Manning at Timberland, 6:30 p.m. Lee Central at Andrew Jackson High, 6 p.m. Branchville at East Clarendon, 6:30 p.m. Varsity and JV Basketball Scott’s Branch at Crestwood (No JV Girls), 5 p.m. WEDNESDAY Junior Varsity Basketball Lakewood at Camden, 6 p.m. JV and B Team Basketball Sumter at Spring Valley (No JV Girls), 6 p.m. Middle School Basketball Scott’s Branch at Mayewood, 5 p.m. Varsity Wrestling Sumter, Hartsville, Gilbert at Dutch Fork, TBA

NBA STANDINGS By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct GB Boston 11 14 .440 – Toronto 8 13 .381 1 Brooklyn 8 15 .348 2 Philadelphia 7 17 .292 31/2 New York 6 16 .273 31/2 Southeast Division W L Pct GB Miami 16 6 .727 – Atlanta 12 11 .522 41/2 Charlotte 10 13 .435 61/2 Washington 9 12 .429 61/2 Orlando 7 16 .304 91/2 Central Division W L Pct GB Indiana 20 3 .870 – Detroit 11 13 .458 91/2 Chicago 9 12 .429 10 Cleveland 9 13 .409 101/2 Milwaukee 5 18 .217 15 WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division W L Pct GB San Antonio 18 4 .818 – Houston 16 8 .667 3 Dallas 13 10 .565 51/2 New Orleans 11 10 .524 61/2 Memphis 10 12 .455 8 Northwest Division W L Pct GB Portland 19 4 .826 – Oklahoma City 18 4 .818 1/2 Denver 13 9 .591 51/2 Minnesota 11 12 .478 8 Utah 6 19 .240 14 Pacific Division W L Pct GB L.A. Clippers 15 9 .625 – Phoenix 13 9 .591 1 Golden State 13 11 .542 2 L.A. Lakers 10 12 .455 4 Sacramento 6 15 .286 71/2 Friday’s Games

WRIGHT from Page B1 the 1-yard line and North offensive most valuable player Dre Massey of Mauldin scored form the 6. Greenwood’s Jon Croft Hollingsworth kicked a 37yard filed goal after the North recovered a muffed punt. The third quarter was belonged to the South squad as it took a 21-17 lead into the fourth quarter. Marlboro County linebacker Ronheen Bingham returned a blocked punt for a touchdown to put the South into

| Cleveland 109, Orlando 100 Indiana 99, Charlotte 94 Toronto 108, Philadelphia 100 Boston 90, New York 86 Atlanta 101, Washington 99, OT Detroit 103, Brooklyn 99 Oklahoma City 122, L.A. Lakers 97 New Orleans 104, Memphis 98 Chicago 91, Milwaukee 90 San Antonio 117, Minnesota 110 Phoenix 116, Sacramento 107 Utah 103, Denver 93 Houston 116, Golden State 112 Saturday’s Games L.A. Clippers at Washington, 7 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Charlotte, 7 p.m. Cleveland at Miami, 7:30 p.m. Atlanta at New York, 7:30 p.m. Toronto at Chicago, 8 p.m. Portland at Philadelphia, 8 p.m. Milwaukee at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. San Antonio at Utah, 9 p.m. Today’s Games Houston at Sacramento, 6 p.m. Minnesota at Memphis, 6 p.m. Portland at Detroit, 6 p.m. Orlando at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m. Golden State at Phoenix, 8 p.m. New Orleans at Denver, 8 p.m. Monday’s Games Detroit at Indiana, 7 p.m. Philadelphia at Brooklyn, 7:30 p.m. Minnesota at Boston, 7:30 p.m. Utah at Miami, 7:30 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. Washington at New York, 7:30 p.m. Orlando at Chicago, 8 p.m. San Antonio at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m.

NFL STANDINGS By The Associated Press AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pct PF New England 10 3 0 .769 349 Miami 7 6 0 .538 286 N.Y. Jets 6 7 0 .462 226 Buffalo 4 9 0 .308 273 South W L T Pct PF y-Indianapolis 8 5 0 .615 313 Tennessee 5 8 0 .385 292 Jacksonville 4 9 0 .308 201 Houston 2 11 0 .154 250 North W L T Pct PF Cincinnati 9 4 0 .692 334 Baltimore 7 6 0 .538 278 Pittsburgh 5 8 0 .385 291 Cleveland 4 9 0 .308 257 West W L T Pct PF x-Denver 11 3 0 .786 535 Kansas City 10 3 0 .769 343 San Diego 7 7 0 .500 343 Oakland 4 9 0 .308 264 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pct PF Philadelphia 8 5 0 .615 334 Dallas 7 6 0 .538 357 N.Y. Giants 5 8 0 .385 251 Washington 3 10 0 .231 279 South W L T Pct PF New Orleans 10 3 0 .769 343 Carolina 9 4 0 .692 298 Tampa Bay 4 9 0 .308 244 Atlanta 3 10 0 .231 282 North W L T Pct PF Detroit 7 6 0 .538 346 Chicago 7 6 0 .538 368 Green Bay 6 6 1 .500 316 Minnesota 3 9 1 .269 315 West W L T Pct PF x-Seattle 11 2 0 .846 357 San Francisco 9 4 0 .692 316 Arizona 8 5 0 .615 305 St. Louis 5 8 0 .385 289 x-clinched playoff spot y-clinched division Thursday’s Game San Diego 27, Denver 20 Today’s Games Philadelphia at Minnesota, 1 p.m. Washington at Atlanta, 1 p.m. San Francisco at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. Seattle at N.Y. Giants, 1 p.m. Chicago at Cleveland, 1 p.m. Houston at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. Buffalo at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. New England at Miami, 1 p.m. Kansas City at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. N.Y. Jets at Carolina, 4:05 p.m. Arizona at Tennessee, 4:25 p.m. New Orleans at St. Louis, 4:25 p.m. Green Bay at Dallas, 4:25 p.m. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 8:30 p.m. Monday’s Game Baltimore at Detroit, 8:40 p.m.

PA 287 276 337 334 PA 316 318 372 350 PA 244 261 312 324 PA 372 224 311 337 PA 301 348 334 407 PA 243 188 291 362 PA 321 360 326 395 PA 205 214 257 308

NHL SCORES By The Associated Press Friday’s Games Florida 3, Washington 2, SO Pittsburgh 3, New Jersey 2 Vancouver 4, Edmonton 0 Saturday’s Games Calgary 2, Buffalo 1, OT Los Angeles 5, Ottawa 2 Dallas 6, Winnipeg 4 Chicago at Toronto, 7 p.m. Pittsburgh at Detroit, 7 p.m. Tampa Bay at New Jersey, 7 p.m. Montreal at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m. St. Louis at Columbus, 7 p.m. San Jose at Nashville, 8 p.m. Carolina at Phoenix, 8 p.m. Minnesota at Colorado, 9 p.m. Boston at Vancouver, 10 p.m. Today’s Games Philadelphia at Washington, 3 p.m. Tampa Bay at Detroit, 5 p.m. Florida at Montreal, 6 p.m. Calgary at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m. Los Angeles at Chicago, 7 p.m. Edmonton at Anaheim, 8 p.m. Monday’s Games Toronto at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m. Winnipeg at Columbus, 7 p.m. St. Louis at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m. Dallas at Colorado, 9 p.m.

the lead. In the fourth quarter, Moore scored his second touchdown to give the North the lead, 24-21, with 6:54 remaining in the game. The North squad tacked on two more scores for the final of 38-21. In addition to Massey, Blythewood’s Jalen Williams was named the North’s defensive MVP. For the South, Goose Creek’s Jordan Barnes was named offensive MVP while Bingham was the defensive MVP. At halftime, Stratford quarterback Jacob Park was named South Carolina’s Mr. Football.





Texas’ Brown steps down BY JIM VERTUNO The Associated Press AUSTIN, Texas — Mack Brown, the Texas football coach who led the Longhorns to the 2005 national title and ranks second at the school in career victories, is stepping down after 16 seasons. In a statement released by the school Saturday night, the coach who was brought to Texas to revive a dormant program in 1997 acknowledged it was time for a change after a 30-20 record, including 18-17 in the Big 12,

over the last four seasons. Texas went 8-4 this season and lost the Big 12 title to Baylor in the final game of the regular season. The 62-year-old Brown will finish his Texas career in the Alamo Bowl against Oregon on Dec. 30. “It’s been a wonderful ride. Now, the program is again being pulled in different directions, and I think the time is right for a change,’’ Brown said. “I love the University of Texas, all of its supporters, the great fans and everyone that played

and coached here ... It is the best coaching job and the premier football program in America. “I sincerely want to get back to the top and that’s why I’m stepping down after the bowl game. I hope with some new energy, we can get this thing rolling again,’’ Brown said. Brown led the Longhorns through a run of dominance from 2001-2009 when the Texas went 101-16, won two Big 12 titles and twice played for the national championship.


Texas head coach Mack Brown, center, has stepped down as coach and the Alamo Bowl against Oregon on Dec. 30 will be his last game with the Longhorns, the school announced on Saturday.

USC, Clemson deal with bowl ticket market competition BY AARON BRENNER AND RYAN WOOD Post and Courier


North Dakota State running back John Crockett (23) eludes Coastal Carolina defender Dominique Whiteside during the Bison’s 48-14 victory on Saturday in the quarterfinals of the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs in Fargo, N.D.

Bison end Chants’ season FARGO, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota State is losing its head coach, but hasn’t lost its dominance. Less than one week after Craig Bohl said he was leaving the Bison to coach Wyoming, topseeded NDSU crushed No. 11 Coastal Carolina 48-14 in an FCS quarterfinal game on Saturday. Sam Ojuri rushed for 162 yards and two touchdowns and Brock Jensen completed 14 of 21 passes for 187 yards and two TDs as the two-time defending national champion Bison won their 22nd straight game. Jensen also ran for two TDs. The Bison host the winner of Southeastern Louisiana and New Hampshire in the semifinals Friday. Jensen said Bohl’s decision to leave NDSU didn’t affect the Bison. “We have a focused group of guys who are trying to accomplish greatness,’’ he said. “The world would have to end to affect this team’s focus.’’ Bohl accepted the Wyoming job after 11 years and more than 100 victories at NDSU. He’s said he expects most of his assistant coaches to follow him to Laramie. NDSU players and administration agreed to have Bohl and

WINSTON from Page B1 choked up when he talked about his parents. “When you see your mom and your dad and they’ve been struggling through this whole process it was nice to see a smile on their faces,’’ he said. Winston received 668 first-place votes and 2,205 points. He finished 1,501 points ahead of Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron for the seventh-largest margin of victory in Heisman histo-

FCS PLAYOFFS By The Associated Press Quarterfinals Friday Towson 49, Eastern Illinois 39 Saturday North Dakota State 48, Coastal Carolina 14 Eastern Washington 35, Jacksonville State 24 New Hampshire 20, Southeastern Louisiana 17 Semifinals Dec. 20-Dec. 21 Towson (12-2) vs. Eastern Washington (12-2) North Dakota State (13-0) vs. New Hampshire (10-4) Championship Saturday, Jan. 4 At FC Dallas Stadium Frisco, Texas TBD, 2 p.m.

his staff coach the Bison until season’s end. “We have 24 seniors on this team,’’ Bohl said. “There is not a lot that gets them rattled or off course.’’ The Bison (13-0) outgained the Chanticleers 624-281. Coastal Carolina (12-3) entered the game averaging 43 points and 491 yards of offense. Christian Dudzik had two interceptions for the Bison. It was clear from the start Bohl’s imminent departure would not affect the senior-laden Bison. NDSU had a 219-29 edge in total yards and led 17-0 after the first quarter. The Bison led 31-0 before Lorenzo Taliaferro’s

ry, despite being left off 115 of the 900 ballots that were returned. Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch was third, followed by Boston College’s Andre Williams, Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel and Auburn’s Tre Mason. Manziel was the first freshman to win the Heisman, and was trying to join Ohio State’s Archie Griffin as a two-time winner. Instead, Winston made it two freshman winners in the 79-year history of the Heisman. He also became the youngest winner at 23 days short of 20. The 19-year-old also

3-yard touchdown run with 2:13 remaining in the second quarter got the Chanticleers on the board. “We knew they had a good defense, we knew they were the No. 1-ranked defense,’’ Coastal Carolina quarterback Alex Ross said. “We knew we would have to come out hot, playing hot, and we didn’t do that.’’ Ojuri’s 73-yard touchdown run with 6:16 left in the first quarter gave NDSU a 10-0 lead. The Bison scored on three of their next four drives, including two TD runs by Jensen and one by Ojuri, for a 31-0 lead. After Taliaferro’s score, NDSU went 29 yards in three plays to set up Adam Keller’s 48-yard field goal as the half ended. The Bison had a 349-111 advantage in total yards at halftime. Coastal Carolina lost 70-10 to South Carolina, the eighthranked team in the Football Bowl Subdivision, earlier this season. Chanticleers coach Joe Moglia said the Bison compare favorably to the Gamecocks. “I think South Carolina would beat them, but I think they’d give South Carolina a game,’’ Moglia said.

was investigated last month for a year-old sexual assault complaint, but no charges were filed and the case was closed four days before Heisman votes were due. “People trusted me and saw us play,’’ Winston said. Winston is the nation’s top-rated passer and has led the top-ranked Seminoles to a spot in the BCS championship game against No. 2 Auburn on Jan. 6, his birthday. The former five-star recruit from Bessemer, Ala., made college football look easy from his very first game. On Labor Day night, on national televi-

sion, Winston went 25 for 27 for 356 yards and four touchdowns in a victory at Pittsburgh. It was a brilliant debut that lived up to the offseason hype, when Winston wowed Florida State fans in the Seminoles’ spring football game and on the baseball diamond as a hard-throwing reliever and clutch-hitting outfielder. He had already earned the nickname Famous Jameis before he ever played a college football game. And he quickly became one of the most beloved Seminoles since Charlie Ward, the 1993 Heisman

It’s rarely difficult to fill Death Valley with 80,000 football fans on gameday. Getting 17,500 to support Clemson directly for a BCS bowl in Florida is a different challenge. Many Clemson fans descending on Miami for the 12thranked Tigers’ Orange Bowl game against No. 7 Ohio State will seek alternative methods for getting through the gates at Sun Life Stadium, which is why Clemson University sprang into action to protect its own financial burden. Most college football bowls require schools to sell their allotted number of game tickets, and eat the cost of any unsold. Clemson is tasked with selling 17,500 tickets for the Orange Bowl on Jan. 3, while South Carolina must distribute 12,500 tickets for its Capital One Bowl matchup against Wisconsin on New Year’s Day. The allotment represents a fraction of both teams’ fan bases. With secondary markets like and FrontRowTickets. com offering cheaper tickets, it can often feel like a losing battle. THE CLEMSON SIDE

Clemson fans can find upper-deck tickets to the Orange Bowl

winner. Winston is the third Seminoles quarterback to win the award, along with Chris Weinke in 2000. Winston and Florida State were cruising toward an undefeated season when news broke of an unresolved sexual assault complaint against him made to the Tallahassee Police Department last December. The dormant case was handed over to the state attorney’s office for a full investigation. A female student at Florida State accused Winston of rape. Winston’s attorney said

for around $60 on USC fans who don’t mind sitting high above the field can purchase Capital One Bowl tickets on the website for as low as $53. Both are cheaper than if fans go through the school. Plus, better seats are reasonably easy to obtain through second-hand avenues. “Right now, the Orange Bowl is on pace to outsell last year’s Orange Bowl,” StubHub communications coordinator Cameron Papp said. “I think that’s because of the two teams involved, since Ohio State and Clemson historically have fan bases that travel well.” THE USC SIDE

South Carolina opened its ticket sales last week offering Gamecock Club members reserved seats for $92. The school made Capital One Bowl tickets available to the public on Thursday. Lance Grantham, South Carolina’s assistant athletics director for tickets, acknowledged the struggle of competing with secondary markets during the bowl season. South Carolina has sold about 7,000 tickets, including 3,300 last week, Grantham told The Post and Courier on Friday. The school has distributed about 8,500. Grantham said ticket sales are about 1,000 ahead of the pace set in 2012.

the sex was consensual. During three weeks of uncertainty, Winston continued to play sensationally, especially in Florida State’s big games against Clemson and Miami, while other contenders stumbled or failed to distinguish themselves. If voters were looking to Manziel or McCarron or Lynch or Williams or even Marcus Mariota of Oregon to give them a good alternative to Winston, it didn’t happen. Mason made a late surge and ended up in New York because of the lack of serious challengers to Winston.





Cincinnati focused on Steelers, not AFC North BY WILL GRAVES The Associated Press


New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan talked with brother Rob, the defensive coordinator for New Orleans, about ways to approach today’s game against Carolina. The Saints defeated the Panthers 31-13 last week.

Ryan looks for help vs. Panthers BY STEVE REED The Associated Press CHARLOTTE — Rex Ryan ain’t too proud to beg — or at least ask nicely to borrow. The Jets coach said this week he’s talked at length to his brother Rob, defensive coordinator of the New Orleans Saints, about slowing down multitalented quarterback Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers offense today. Rob Ryan’s Saints REX RYAN limited Carolina to two field goals through three quarters in a 31-13 win over the Panthers last Sunday night. Rex Ryan at first ROB RYAN tried to act coy about the open collusion with Rob, but quickly laughed and admitted he’d spent a good deal of time talking with Rob this week in advance of facing the Panthers. “Oh yeah, without question I’ve already talked to him,’’ Rex Ryan said. “Our defenses are two different defenses — he has his own style, so do we. But again, without question I’ve already talked to him about the things he picked up.’’ Panthers coach Ron Rivera, who coached under the brothers’

father, Buddy Ryan, said he’s not all that concerned about the conspiring siblings. “I don’t necessarily take a lot of stock in talking to a lot people throughout the league,’’ Rivera said. “Whether he has something from his brother, that’s great. I know Rex and Rob, and Rex is going to do what he does, I will tell you that.’’ The Panthers (9-4) can clinch a playoff spot Sunday with a win over the Jets combined with losses by San Francisco and Arizona, and a loss or tie by either Philadelphia or Dallas. However, if Carolina loses Sunday and Arizona wins, the Panthers are suddenly on the outside looking in at the playoffs despite their record. New York’s (6-7) situation is more uncertain. The Jets are a game behind Baltimore and Miami in the race for the final wild-card spot in the AFC and a loss would likely seal their fate. Five things to watch for today between the Jets and Panthers: GOOD GENO, BAD GENO

Last Sunday, Good Geno got his first TD pass since Oct. 20 against New England and just his second in eight games, and also ran for a TD. It was his best game in almost two months, and the Jets put up a season-high 37 points. On the flip side, Bad Geno is

quite capable of running the Jets playoff hopes — he has thrown 20 interceptions this season. GRUNT YARDAGER

Yards won’t be easy to come by on the ground as this game features the league’s top two run defenses. The Jets had an uncharacteristically bad performance against the run on Sunday, allowing the Raiders to roll up 150 yards, including 123 by fullback Marcel Reece. It caused New York to fall to No. 2 against the run, one spot behind linebacker Luke Kuechly and the Panthers. COMARTIE CONCERN

The Jets aren’t sure if they will have top cornerback Antonio Cromartie, who has a concussion. If Cromartie can’t go it’s unsure if they have anyone who could effectively cover Carolina wide receiver Steve Smith. WAKEUP CALL

The Panthers had allowed just 13.7 points per game this season before giving up 31 to the Saints last week. It will be interesting to see how the defense responds a week after getting torched by Drew Brees. RED ZONE BLUES

The Panthers know they have to get back to scoring touchdowns in the red zone rather than settling for field goals as they did last week against the Saints.

Packers’ backup plan may not be good for Cowboys las franchise leader in 300-yard games, has gone four straight without reaching 250 yards passing. He had 104 against Chicago, the fewest in a full game in his career. Part of it was an effective running game, and part of it was a defense that couldn’t get Chicago off the field.

BY SCHUYLER DIXON The Associated Press ARLINGTON, Texas — Matt Flynn is the backup trying to keep Green Bay in playoff contention until the franchise quarterback returns. If he fills in for Aaron Rodgers again today at Dallas, the Packers will be using a formula that just worked pretty well against the Cowboys. Dallas (7-6) is out of first place in the NFC East and in danger of losing control of its postseason fate because Chicago backup Josh McCown, filling in for Jay Cutler, had four touchdown passes and ran for another score in a 45-28 win Monday night. The Packers (6-6-1) are still alive in the NFC North, a half-game behind the Bears and Detroit, after Flynn directed three second-half drives to points in a 22-21 comeback victory over Atlanta. It was Green Bay’s first win since Rodgers broke his left collarbone early in a loss to the Bears on Nov. 4. “To have a win like that, hopefully it gives you a little momentum,’’


While the Cowboys are trying to forget their last defensive game, the Packers wouldn’t mind repeating theirs. They’ve cleaned up their problem with missed tackles and started forcing turnovers again. The run defense regained its early-season form against Atlanta. ON THE RUN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

With franchise quarterback Aaron Rodgers sill sidelined with an injury, Green Bay is hoping backup Matt Flynn (10) can take advantage of a porous Dallas defense today in Arlington, Texas.

said Flynn, who made his second start after rejoining the Packers as a free agent following the Rodgers injury. “Hopefully it gives you an extra little bit of juice in your step at practice and helps you prepare a little bit better.’’ The job for the Cowboys is putting another brutal defensive game behind them. Dallas

PITTSBURGH — It seems borderline surreal, a role reversal as stunning as it is definitive. A year ago, the Cincinnati Bengals came to Heinz Field in December and emerged with a 13-10 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. That propelled Cincinnati to a second straight postseason berth and sent its longtime nemesis into a downward spiral from which it is still trying to recover. “I think (it was big),’’ Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green said. “The Steelers had our number every year, even when I first got here.’’ Not anymore. Not by a long shot. If anything, the gap between the two franchises has only widened over the last 12 months. Cincinnati (9-4) can assure itself a third consecutive trip to the playoffs in Sunday night’s rematch. The Steelers (5-8) need to win out

just to avoid the club’s first losing season in a decade. Welcome to the new AFC North, the one where the balance of power is 60 minutes away from sitting well west of Pittsburgh and Baltimore — at a place that has spent most of the last two decades serving as fodder for the rest of the league. Those days are over. The Bengals, not the Steelers, are the ones with the young and athletic defense. The Bengals, not the Steelers, are the ones with the dynamic running game. The Bengals, not the Steelers, are the ones with the swagger of a champion. What better chance to show the world just how far they’ve come than on national television? “There’s going to be more people watching,’’ quarterback Andy Dalton said. “We have to put our best foot forward and be playing our best, show everyone what this team is and what we’re made of.’’

gave up a franchise-record 625 yards in a 49-17 loss at New Orleans before the bye week, and bounced back with consecutive wins to get two games over .500 for the first time this season. Some things to consider for today’s matchup: ROMO AND COMPANY

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The Cowboys lost for the first time when DeMarco Murray had a 100-yard rushing game. He had 99 yards at halftime against the Bears and finished with 146, the third-best total of his career. He needs 157 yards in the last three games for his first 1,000yard season. Eddie Lacy set a Packers rookie record with his seventh TD rushing against the Falcons, but he wasn’t expected to practice before Friday because of an ankle injury.


Cincinnati quarterback Andy Dalton (14) and the Bengals are focused solely on beating Pittsburgh, not capturing the AFC North title.





Page, McAdoo lead UNC past Kentucky CHAPEL HILL, N.C. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Marcus Paige scored 21 of his 23 points in the second half and James Michael McAdoo had 20 points, helping No. 18 North Carolina beat No. 11 Kentucky 82-77 on Saturday. J.P. Tokoto added 15 points for the Tar Heels (7-2), who grounded out yet another marquee non-conference victory in a first month of the season filled with wild swings. UNC shot 57 percent after halftime and scored 20 points off turnovers to finally wrestle control of a foul-filled game away from the Wildcats (8-3). It wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t always pretty for the Tar Heels, from 19 missed free throws to seeing the Wildcats swat away seven of their shots. Yet they managed to add another big name to their early wins against then-No. 1 Michigan State and then-No. 3 Louisville â&#x20AC;&#x201D; all coming while top scorer P.J. Hairston and Leslie McDonald sit out due to NCAA eligibility concerns. Aaron Harrison scored 20 for Kentucky, which shot 41 percent and committed 17 turnovers. Heralded freshman Julius Randle struggled all afternoon, finishing with 11 points on 3-for-9 shooting. (1) ARIZONA MICHIGAN

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AUBURN HILLS, Mich. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Keith Appling scored 18 of his 21 points in the second half and Adreian Payne had 20 points and 10 rebounds as No. 5 Michigan State held off Oakland 67-63.

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CHARLOTTE â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Kobe Bryant scored a season-high 21 points and the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Charlotte Bobcats 88-85 for their first win since Bryant returned from a torn Achilles tendon four games ago. Bryant was 8 of 15 from the field and hit two free throws with 37 seconds left in the game to put the Lakers ahead for good. Pau Gasol and Jordan Hill had 15 points apiece for the Lakers and Nick Young had 13 points off the bench. Kemba Walker had 24 points and eight assists for the slumping Bobcats, who have lost three straight games and five of their

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21 points in six games, and has a high of 36. â&#x20AC;&#x153;He knows how to score,â&#x20AC;? Wilson said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just a natural scorer.â&#x20AC;? Wrightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 8.5 rebounding average also leads the squad.

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This was the first time Clemson doubled up an opponent since a 79-39 win over Liberty on Nov. 17, 2009, the year before Brownellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s arrival. In Brownellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first three years, the Tigers held three opponents to 40 points or less. Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve done so three times in 10 games this season. Furmanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading two guards, Stephen Croone and Larry Wideman, were a combined 4-for-19 shooting from the floor; Wideman, who averages 14 points per game, did not score. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think are guys are more experienced and we have better positioning,â&#x20AC;? sophomore guard Jordan Roper said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Tonight, one of the major things we wanted to emphasize was deflections, because the past few games, we havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t been getting that many deflections. We wanted to get steals, blocks and tipped passes, just have more activity defensively.â&#x20AC;? Mission accomplished. Nine steals, nine blocks, just the second time this year the Tigers had at least nine of each. It actually was a tight game late in the first half, with Clemson clutching a 21-17 lead before the home team registered a 17-0 run over a nearly seven-minute span to put it out of reach. Roper scored a season-high 16 points in his first start since Nov. 13, while McDaniels and Devin Coleman each had 12 points. McDaniels added four blocks, while Landry Nnoko grabbed 11 rebounds and Sidy Djitte hauled in 10 boards.

EAST Bryant 90, Navy 80, OT Pittsburgh 91, Youngstown St. 73 Princeton 81, Penn St. 79, OT Rutgers 89, UNC Greensboro 72 St. Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 83, Seton Hall 80, OT UMass 80, N. Illinois 54 SOUTH Clemson 71, Furman 35 Coastal Carolina 118, Reinhardt 82 Georgia 84, Lipscomb 75 LSU 61, Louisiana-Monroe 54 Louisville 79, W. Kentucky 63 Maryland 66, FAU 62 Mississippi 72, Middle Tennessee 63 N.C. State 82, Detroit 79 North Carolina 82, Kentucky 77 West Virginia 74, Marshall 64 MIDWEST Arizona 72, Michigan 70 Butler 76, Purdue 70 Indiana St. 74, UMKC 63 Kansas 80, New Mexico 63 Marquette 86, IUPUI 50 Michigan St. 67, Oakland 63 Nebraska 79, Arkansas St. 67 Notre Dame 79, Indiana 72 Saint Louis 66, Wofford 52 Wichita St. 70, Tennessee 61 Wisconsin 86, E. Kentucky 61 SOUTHWEST Oklahoma 101, Tulsa 91 Oklahoma St. 70, Louisiana Tech 55 Texas A&M 73, McNeese St. 60 FAR WEST Air Force 62, UC Riverside 52 Arizona St. 97, Grambling St. 55 California 67, Fresno St. 56 Saint Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s (Cal) 82, Boise St. 74 Stanford 83, UC Davis 56 UNLV 73, S. Utah 51

He has had at least 10 rebounds in five games, with a high of 13. He entered Friday fourth in both scoring and rebounding average in the Appalachian Athletic Conference.


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AMHERST, Mass. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Cady Lalanne scored 16 points to lead No. 22 Massachusetts to an 80-54 victory over Northern Illinois.


â&#x20AC;&#x153;Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s got a great attitude,â&#x20AC;? Wilson said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a leader on and off the court.â&#x20AC;? Send updates about area athletes to Barbara Boxleitner at

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A message reading “people over profit” is written on an electrical panel at an intersection in the Mechanicsville neighborhood in Atlanta surrounding the Atlanta Braves stadium. For the Braves, abandoning downtown Atlanta for the suburbs means moving closer to the team’s fan base and developing money-making restaurants and amenities. But the decision also highlights long-standing disparities over wealth, where people live and even transportation, all facets of life connected to race and social class in Atlanta. The Braves will be moving from an area that’s predominantly black and relatively poor compared to whiter Cobb County.

Braves stadium move highlights race, class BY RAY HENRY The Associated Press ATLANTA — For the Braves, abandoning downtown Atlanta for the suburbs means moving closer to the team’s fan base and developing money-making restaurants and amenities. Team officials say it’s simply good business. But the decision also highlights long-standing disparities over wealth, where people live and transportation — all facets of life connected to race and social class in Atlanta. The Braves will be moving from an area that’s predominantly black and relatively poor compared to whiter Cobb County — where the team says more ticket-buyers live. Although it is long past segregation, the hometown of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. is far from integrated, and the city’s politics, business and even sports teams reflect that gap. Consider what Rick Grimes views from his home blocks from Turner Field each time there’s a game: fans, mostly white, streaming past on the sidewalk. “I would say the large majority of people who support the Braves are white folks,’’ said Grimes, who is AfricanAmerican. While no one would reasonably accuse the Braves of making a decision based on race or class, one scholar says major attractions often migrate toward money. “It becomes a class issue in a lot of ways,’’ said Larry Keating, a Georgia Tech professor emeritus who has studied Atlanta’s development. “A lot of the primo stuff that is highly valued by the society ends up going where the wealthiest areas are.’’ Team officials say they were looking at other factors. When Atlanta did not negotiate terms acceptable to the Braves, the team found a suburban government willing to pay for a chunk of the proposed stadium. The Braves will

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also own the property around the stadium, meaning it can develop restaurants and stores within walking distance. There are few amenities around Turner Field. Team officials say the new site would offer better transportation access considering the majority of fans come from north of the city. “We don’t look at the exact makeup of the race, religion factor of that ticket buyer,’’ said Derek Schiller, executive vice president of sales and marketing for the Braves. “What we’re concerned about as a business that sells tickets is where do our ticket buyers come from? ... We are moving closer to where the majority of our ticket buyers come from.’’ Like many cities, metro Atlanta has an urban core that includes a large population of black residents and suburbs that are typically whiter. Atlanta famously marketed itself as “The City Too Busy To Hate’’ as other Southern cities resisted integration. But the city has long-standing racial divisions. Once owned by media mogul Ted Turner, the Braves grew a national fan base as their games were carried on cable systems around the country on one of Turner’s TV stations. To support its argument for leaving, the Braves released a map based on ticket sales data that

showed its fans were clustered in an arc north of downtown Atlanta that ran through the suburbs. That information also shows fans tended to purchase singlegame tickets at the highest rates in places that were several times as rich as neighborhoods closest to the stadium and much whiter. Of the communities with the ten highest sales rates, all but one were north of the current stadium and had median household incomes ranging from roughly $61,000 to $100,000. Those communities ranged from 58 to 85 percent white, according to counts by the U.S. Census Bureau. For this analysis, The Associated Press examined last year’s ticket sales by zip code as tallied by the Braves and compared it with Census counts and estimates showing the population of adults in those areas along with race and income. The analysis ignored zip codes with less than 10,000 people and those more than 100 miles from the current stadium. The comparisons are imperfect. The zip code areas used by the Census do not perfectly align with postal zip codes. The sales figures do not include season ticket purchases, people who pay in cash or customers who refuse to supply their addresses. Braves officials think the sample likely undercounts suburban fans since at least some suburban commuters presumably buy tickets using Atlanta work addresses. In contrast to the Braves, the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons decided to remain downtown after Atlanta agreed to contribute $200 million in tax money toward a $1 billion new stadium. Some see class, not race, as the more relevant divide. C.J. Stewart, who coaches Braves star Jason Heyward in batting, sees poverty as a deterrent to ticket sales. “It’s hard to go to a Braves game when you’re hoping and praying that your child graduates from high school,’’ he said.

PHILADELPHIA — Keenan Reynolds ran through steady snow and swirling wind into the NCAA record book and Navy beat Army 34-7 on Saturday for its 12th consecutive victory in the series. Reynolds scored on touchdown runs of 47 yards, 11 yards and 1 yard. The sophomore has 29 rushing touchdowns, breaking the single-season mark for a quarterback previously held by Ricky Dobbs (Navy, 2009) and Collin Klein (Kansas State, 2011), both of whom had 27. Reynolds ran 30 times for 136 yards on a frozen, snow-covered REYNOLDS field. He also caught a 2-point conversion pass on a trick play following his second touchdown. Navy (8-4) won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy for the second consecutive season and ninth time in 11 years. The trophy is awarded to the service academy with the most victories in games between Navy, Army and Air Force. The Midshipmen haven’t lost to Army since 2001 and lead the series 58-49-7. Navy’s 12-game run is the longest in the history of the rivalry that began in 1890. Army (3-9) fumbled five times and was intercepted once in its fifth straight defeat. Embattled coach Rich Ellerson fell to 0-5 against the Midshipmen and 20-41 overall since taking the job in December 2008. KUCHAR, ENGLISH LEAD AT FRANKLIN TEMPLETON SHOOTOUT

NAPLES, Fla. — Matt Kuchar and Harris English took a four-stroke lead in the Franklin Templeton Shootout on Saturdays, playing the back nine in 9-under 27 in the better-ball round for a 12-under 60. Kuchar and English were 20 under the RitzCarlton Golf Resort’s Tiburon course. They opened with a 64 on Friday in modified alternate-shot play. The team event ends Sunday with a scramble. BRUINS’ THORNTON SUSPENDED 15 GAMES

NEW YORK — Boston Bruins forward Shawn Thornton was suspended for 15 games without pay the NHL on Saturday for punching and injuring unsuspecting Pittsburgh defenseman Brooks Orpik. Thornton went after Orpik during a stoppage in play Dec. 7, slew-footing him to the ice and punching him twice. Orpik sustained a concussion and was taken off the ice on a stretcher. Earlier, Orpik hit Boston’s Loui Eriksson, knocking him out of the game with a concussion. Thornton was assessed a match penalty. Orpik hasn’t played since the game. BODY OF CHIEFS LB BELCHER EXHUMED FOR BRAIN EXAM

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Former Kansas City Chiefs’ linebacker Jovan Belcher’s body has been exhumed more than a year after he killed his girlfriend and himself so that his brain can be examined for signs of a degenerative condition linked to repeated concussions. Jovan’s family had his body exhumed Friday at North Babylon Cemetery in the Long Island, N.Y., community of Bay Shore, the family’s attorney, Dirk Vandever, told The Kansas City Star. An examination of Belcher’s brain could determine whether he had chronic traumatic encephalopathy last December when he killed his girlfriend Kasandra Perkins, with whom he had an infant daughter, in their home. Belcher then drove to the Chiefs’ practice facility and shot himself in the head in the parking lot. From wire reports

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Geraldine Singleton shops for turkeys with money donated to help feed the hungry at Thanksgiving and Christmas. She still needs assistance with donations to provide a traditional Christmas dinner on Sunday, Dec. 22.

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A group of children from Crosswell Drive Elementary School greets Singleton with smiles and hugs, as well as donations for her special dinners to feed Sumter’s hungry for Thanksgiving and Christmas.



Singleton loads her car with food donations and items purchased with donations.

fter an overwhelmingly successful Thanksgiving dinner last month, Geraldine Singleton is hard at work preparing to serve Christmas dinner to a crowd she expects will be just as large — around 1,200 were served at the South Sumter Gym on Nov. 24. “There were so many wonderful volunteers who came out to help, and people were generous in their donations of food and money to buy food,” Singleton said. “There’s no way these dinners could happen without the generosity of people in Sumter.” Singleton and a group of friends formed a club two decades ago to give back to the community, and the Thanksgiving meal was the result. She is now the

only remaining member from the club, and as the effort expands, she has depended on the assistance of other volunteers to help cook the meals and serve the growing number of diners. She believes in feeding the spirit as well as the stomanch, too. For each meal, Singleton also enlists the aid of ministers to speak and bless the food, and she arranges live entertainment; at Thanksgiving, there were gospel singers. Christmas should have seasonal music, she hopes. Included in the 1,200 people served were many shut-ins, she said. “We never would have been able to serve them without all the people who volunteered to deliver the meals,” Singleton said, adding that she gets a list of names from Sumter Senior Services of SEE SINGLETON, PAGE C4

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yesteryear in Sumter

75 YEARS AGO – 1939 throughout the U.S. on Saturday May 8–14 with the wearing of memorial South Carolina’s largest poppies in honor of the World grading project, in Wateree War I dead, Mary Ruth JenSwamp, requires 1,235,000 nings, president of the Sumter cubic yards of excavation. F.A. unit of the American Legion Project 250 consists of a 6.3auxiliary, announced today. mile section of U.S. Board of Health Route 76, Sumter meets on polio stratfrom the County. Beginning egy — The Sumter archives of at Wateree River, the The Item Board of Health met project extends east yesterday to decide on through the swamp precautionary meato the old settlement sures to be taken to of Stateburg. prevent the spread of May Day in Pineinfantile paralysis to wood — In a very the city. Meeting with lovely and colorful the board were Dr. Item Archivist ceremony, O.C. G.E. McDaniel, state SAMMY WAY Lemmon, superinepidemiologist; Dr. tendent of the PineBen F. Wyman, direcwood school, placed crowns tor of rural sanitation; Dr. on the heads of Sadie GraRobert Bultman, child speham and Rinehart Griffin, of cialist; Miss Antonio Gibson, the graduating class, as king city nurse; and Dr. Warren and queen of the May. Burgess, city physician. Poppy Day Saturday — Veteran killed in wreck — Poppy Day will be observed John I. Taylor, Spanish War

veteran, was killed and W.O. Courtright, owner of the Courtright Chevrolet Co. was injured shortly after 3 p.m. in an automobile accident on the Florence highway. Details of the accident were not available at time of going to press. Shortly before 4 Courtright was being treated in the emergency room at the Tuomey hospital. However, it was stated that it was not believed that the injuries were of a critical nature. VFW celebrates 5 — The regular meeting of the Robert O. Purdy, Jr., post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars was held in the post room on Monday evening with a large crowd of Overseas Veterans present to enjoy and interesting program and a delicious supper. Police School graduation coming up — Graduation exercises of the Sumter Police Training school will be held

Tuesday night at the Girls’ High School auditorium. Following is the program: Invocation, Dr. J.M. Wells; welcome by Mayor F.B. Creech; introduction of speaker by W.C. Kirven; address by J.A. Robey of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; awarding of trophies; awarding of diplomas; benediction by Dr. J.H. Danner. City Manager J.A. Raffield will preside over the exercise. Swan Lake gardens to remain closed — I.M. Richardson, secretary of the Board of Trade, announced today in conjunction with the Board of Health that Swan Lake iris gardens would not be open to the public this year due to the number of cases of infantile paralysis in the state. Nurses get diplomas — Commencement exercises of the Tuomey Hospital School of Nursing were held in the

Girls’ High school auditorium last night. Nine graduates were awarded diplomas by Charles H. Dabbs, administrator of the school. Prof. James McBride Dabbs of Mayesville gave the commencement address. Graduates were Misses Jewel E. Edens, Louise S. Emmanuel, Irene D. Felder, Ethel C. Guess, Rilla B. Kennedy, Mary Lewis, R. Angeline Norris, Margaret Smith and Mildred Watson. Sumter boy stars for San Diego — Larry Weldon is a star member of the San Diego baseball team, according to a communication received here. On a postcard addressed to “The Postmaster,” C.C. Goodrich, night clerk at a hotel in San Diego, writes: ‘Please tell the folks of Larry Weldon, your hometown boy SEE YESTERYEAR, PAGE C4







Wilkie-Deaton Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilkie announce the engagement of their daughter, Abby Elizabeth Wilkie, to Derrick Allen Deaton, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Deaton, all of Sumter. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilkie Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Felder Jr., all of Sumter. She graduated from Sumter High School. She is employed by Sumter School District. The bridegroom-elect is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Furman Grooms, Floyd Deaton and Mrs. Liz Amerson, all of Sumter. He attended Central Carolina Technical College. He is employed by the Sumter plant of Continental Tire the Americas. The wedding is planned for March 8, 2014, at Crosswell Baptist Church in Sumter.

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Twelve students from Sumter High School and one from Alice Drive Middle School attended the Region Orchestra clinic at Myrtle Beach recently. The clinic was held on a Friday night and all day Saturday and concluded with a concert on Saturday night. The students who participated from Sumter were Michelle Casey, Kiana Colclough, Bailey Elmore, Larry Fullard, Ashley Gantt, Mikayla Geddings, Marian Hornak, Haleigh Jordan, Naomi McQuiller, Breauna Sanders, Caroline Toburen, Taylor Willis and Michael Zhang. Sumter High School Principal Dana Fall and his wife traveled to the beach for the concert. Fall said, “Once again students at Sumter High School have exceeded expectations by not only participating at the Region festival, but by having 13 students selected to perform in such an event. My wife and I were amazed by the professionalism that the students and their teachers showed.” The students will prepare an audition for All State orchestra on Jan. 11, 2014. The director of bands at Sumter High is Erik Hines. SHOWER SHAW WITH COOKIES A SUCCESS

Sumter School District again participated in the annual Shower Shaw with Cookies project. Shower Shaw is sponsored by Sumter Volunteers Inc., under the leadership of executive director Jo Anne Morris, and provides thousands of dozens of cookies to Shaw Air Force and Third Army men and women living here and serving abroad. Sumter School District provided 2,099 dozen cookies for the effort. Crestwood High School led the baking with 200 dozen; Oakland Primary School followed with 160 dozen; and Mayewood Middle School baked 150 dozen. Crestwood High School students turned in 1,000 holiday cards, Oakland Primary, 431 cards, followed by R.E. Davis Elementary with 429 cards. Sumter School District schools did a total of 3,247 cards. Sumter School District serves many military dependents from both the Air Force and the Third Army and also employs many spouses of Shaw personnel and military retirees. The District appreciates the relationship with the military in our community. BACKPACK PROGRAM AT WILLOW DRIVE

Willow Drive Elementary School is involved in the Backpack Program, a program started by Harvest Hope Food Bank which provides children with a backpack full of kid friendly foods every weekend. Aldersgate United Methodist Church is the faithbased partner for this project and provided a donation of $1,500. The school’s PTO and some individuals paid the balance to allow the school to send home bags of food to 29 students every Friday through June. Students in need are identified through teachers, counselors and other staff members. Aldersgate Lead Pastor Webb Belangia and Associate Pastor Wes Conner delivered the food to Willow Drive last Thursday, and volunteers from the church came on Friday to pack backpacks and hand them out to students. The food delivered is non-perishable and can be easily microwaved or is ready to eat. Harvest Hope provides the food at a reasonable price

| and is careful to provide nutritious food that does not have a fast expiration date. Some examples of food in the first round were soup, macaroni and cheese, beans and franks, applesauce, Pop Tarts, cookies and juice. The food delivered last week is for two months; following the first round, another shipment will be delivered with food for the next two months. Community members who would like to make a monetary donation can send it to the Willow Drive PTO, marked for the Backpack Program. The more funds the school receives, the more students it can feed. Assistant Principal Karen Buffalo is the contact at the school for the program. She can be reached at (803) 7735796. For other faith-based entities that would like to sponsor the program at another school in their community, information is available online at TEACHER FORUM BLOOD DRIVE

The Sumter District Teacher Forum is hosting a blood drive today from noon to 5 p.m. in the Alice Drive Middle School multi-purpose room. One pint of blood can save up to three lives, and the Red Cross often runs low on their blood supply during the holidays. Please consider “giving the gift of life” this year. To schedule an appointment to give, call Teacher Forum Chairman Trevor Ivey at (803) 316-7849 or go online at and enter sponsor code AD MIDDLE.

lieved to finish theirs. The yearbook students are very excited with the school’s recent purchase of a new camera. CHRISTMAS PROGRAMS TO BE PRESENTED

On Tuesday, Pre-K through fourth grade will present their Christmas programs. Sumter Christian elementary students have been working hard to learn their different parts in the program, and students in grades five through 12 are perfecting their pieces for their concert on Thursday. Individual students, bands, choir, drama students and small groups will be performing songs and dramatic readings that relate to the theme “Christmas around the World.” Both programs are scheduled for 7 p.m. and are open to the public. PROJECTS / PARTY PLANNING

As Christmas break nears, several classes have been working on projects and planning parties. Fifthgrade students have been collecting blankets to give to the homeless as well as a monetary Christmas gift to help the Evans family, missionaries in Brazil. Seventh grade has been enjoying the tradition of Jennifer Lundy’s reading “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens and watching the Muppets rendition of the classic Christmas tale. Also K-5, first grade and second grade have enjoyed making Christmas crafts such as a puzzle piece wreath, pinecone Christmas trees and candy Christmas house. STUDENTS OF THE WEEK NAMED


Sumter School District schools are continuing their holiday festivities this week. Evening activities which are open to the public are free, and the students have a wealth of talent on display. To see a complete list of events, visit our website at district. HOLIDAY SCHEDULE

Sumter School District schools will be closed from Dec. 23 through Jan. 3. School will resume on Jan. 6. The next installment of The Item education news will be on January 12. From all of us in Sumter School District, have a safe and wonderful holiday and a Happy New Year. — Mary B. Sheridan


Although they are very busy with academics, sports schedules and fine arts, the students at Sumter Christian School are excited for the semester to come to a close. Academically, students throughout the school have been making major strides in their education. Rebekah Fraser’s third-grade class is very enthusiastic about creating their history diorama and poster project, and Amanda Kish’s sixthgrade class completed their first oral book reports. Laurance Kannon’s fifth-grade class held a one-month reading contest with Zachary Saulsgiver (3,829 pages read) winning first place, Zoie Blanding (3,458 pages read) in second place, and Lakeiyah Sims (3,065 pages read) taking third place. While Kent Lundy’s seventhgrade students are excited to pick a topic for their research papers and get started on them, Miriam Marritt’s senior English students are re-

This week Katelynn Hill from K5, Benjamin Knight from first grade, Carter Goodson from second grade, Zane Timmons and Hannah Fraser from fifth grade, Julie Blanton from sixth grade, Lauren Moore from seventh grade and Allison Welch from eighth grade all received the Student of the Week award for good behavior and participation in class. — Miriam Marritt


More than 25 Thomas Sumter Academy students were recently recognized as winners of the school’s monthly Character Education award. November’s trait was “gratitude.” The winners by grade are: • K4 — Taylor Moore and Madi Nichols; • K5 — Savanna Smith, Abigail Rocheleau and Justin Feeney; • First — Piper Hitch and Nico Hassell • Second — Sam Matthews and Isabella Grudzinski; • Third — Mary Lenoir Hoge and Kassi Martin; • Fourth — Nathan Corns and Clay Marshall; • Fifth — Reagan Troublefield and Natalie Boswell; • Sixth — Reaghan Avery and Antonio Filipiak; • Seventh — Chris Rembert and Emily Jackson; • Eighth — John Bracewell and Connor Mouzon; • Ninth — Jordan Scruggs and Hannah Carino; • 10th — Anne Marie Kildron and Dre Litsey; • 11th — Tanner Brunson and Kaitlyn Pollock; and • 12th- Taylor Roedl and Meg McFarland — Kim Roedl


The top quartile of the senior class earned a combined average of 1429 on the reading and math sections of the SAT, and the entire class earned a combined average of 1183. Each senior is required to take the SAT at least once. SPECIAL ATHLETIC RECOGNITION

Several athletes received special recognition by the S.C. Independent School Association at the conclusion of the fall season. For cross-country junior Trey Davis and freshman Julia Ladson were named to the AAA AllState Team, and each of them was named the Region Runner of the Year. Selected for the cross-country All-Region Team were Nicolette Fisher, Anna Lyles, Drew Reynolds and Matthew Tavarez. Senior Emily Hendrix and juniors Mackenzie Lecher and Anna Louise Segars were named to the AllRegion team in tennis, and Debby Williams, head coach, was named the Region Coach of the Year. Senior Bailey Connor and junior Simmons deHoll were named to the AAA All-Star and All-Region teams for volleyball. In football, William Kinney was named the AAA Offensive Player of the Year. The following seniors were chosen for the AAA All-Star Team: Ken Ballard, Tanner Carraway, Jay Goodson, Andrew Kinney, W. Kinney, Parker McDuffie, John Patrick Sears and Devin Singleton. Chosen for the AllRegion First Team were Goodson, A. Kinney, W. Kinney, McDuffie and Sears and juniors John Wells Baker and Cody Hoover. Selected for the AllRegion Second Team were seniors K. Ballard, William Creech, Singleton and Tripp Whaley, juniors Thomas McGinnis and Will Watson, and sophomores John Ballard, Robert James and Sam Watford. COLONIAL DAY

As part of the “Why America is Free” curriculum used in their U.S. History class taught by Frances James, the fifth-grade students participated in Colonial Day held on campus Nov. 21. “Why America is Free” is a six-week program that offers a hand-on learning experience and covers the events, times and heroes of the American Revolution. Dressed in period costume, the students participated in a wide variety of activities including colonial cooking for the girls and a militia drill for the boys. Students also learned how to make candles, cornhusk dolls, hand-painted floor cloths, string toys and silhouettes. Boys attended the class “Education of Young Gentlemen” while the girls attended “Lady of Genteel Refinement.” Also dressed in period costume, parent volunteers and teachers led the 10 different activities throughout the day. For Patriot Night, an evening reception held at the home of Lisa and David VanPatten, students, faculty and parents also dressed in period costume. FIELD TRIPS

The kindergarten classes visited the residents of Covenant Place on Nov. 26 to present a Thanksgiving music program, and first-grade classes will sing Christmas carols at Covenant Place on Wednesday. Students in the preschool, kindergarten and first-grade classes went to Patriot Hall on Dec. 3 to see the Columbia City Ballet production of “Jack Frost.” Students in Ashley Lareau’s ceramics classes visited the Sumter Gallery of Art on Dec. 5. — Sean Hoskins






McLellan’s store is seen shortly after being built on the corner of Main and West Liberty streets in 1916.

McLellan’s 5¢ to $1 a longtime favorite on Main Street According to Sumter’s application for the downtown’s inclusion in The National Register of Historic Places, the Barrett Store, where the McLellan’s store was located, was built circa 1850. The building was a Charlestonstyle house with the store on the ground floor, living quarters upstairs and a family entrance on West Liberty. The store was later operated by Wentworth Crosswell, cousin of John Kennedy Crosswell who worked for him and who later founded Crosswell Home. The corner store became a part of many property holdings of John K. Crosswell.



y 1902 the building became a drug store, and later in 1911 it served as a pool room and a cigar retail business owned by J.E. King. In 1916 McLellan’s would occupy the Teicher and Barrett building, which was renoSammy vated to WAY accommodate the new business. According to The Item, “The new store is one of a chain of stores by the McLellan Co. being the thirtieth which the company is operating, practically all of them being in the South.” The business prospered; in 1939 The Sumter Daily Item reported that improvements were

being made to the store. The work included additions and upgrades to the building which, according to manager W.I. Reeder, were expected to be completed about April 1. Two stores, fronting Liberty Street and adjoining the McLellan’s Building, were later added to the business, increasing the length of the store about 45 feet. Above the two buildings, a second floor was constructed to serve as a stock room. The office was moved to a mezzanine at the back of the building, and an entrance from Liberty Street and two show windows were incorporated in the design. A new heating system was installed in the basement which was excavated on the site of the second store building.

ABOVE: This photo of South Main Street from the Dixie Life building was taken about 1922. McLellan’s is visible in the bottom right-hand corner. LEFT: The corner of South Main and West Liberty streets is seen about 1900. What would be the future McLellan’s site was then occupied by Crosswell Grocery Store. PHOTOS PROVIDED

Approximately $25,000 was spent on the improvements made by Stanley W. Newman, a New York City contractor, who did a number of jobs for the McLellan’s Co. The store, considered one of the most modern


The West Liberty Street entrance of McLellan’s was added during the 1939 remodeling.

in the state, increased its floor space by 1,600 square feet with 40 additional feet of storefront along Liberty Street. The entire interior was remodeled to include new fixtures, a cooling and heating system and indirect lighting. The building doubled its insulation, blowing eight inches of rock wool into the ceiling. The new insulation helped create a cool, dust-free environment for its many shoppers. The “office and bookkeeping department was located on the second floor. There were modern, comfortably furnished restrooms for the clerks in addition to a large storage area.” One of the features of the store was the new 34-foot-long candy case of the latest design. A new hardwood floor added to the attractive-

ness of the interior. All counters were widened and rearranged. An electric freight elevator, opening on the alley at the rear, was another added improvement.” In addition to the numerous physical improvements, a new, expanded line of merchandise was offered to shoppers. “A soft drink and sandwich counter and a new department for the store were expected to prove popular with customers.” In June of 1953 the McLellan’s building was completely demolished, along with Fishel’s Jewelry and Sibert’s Drugs (which moved to West Liberty Street in 1953) which were added to the main building, leaving only the rear portion, which housed the elevator, intact. The new facility, constructed of brick, concrete and steel, was scheduled to open in

August of that year. The new structure would feature a first floor containing 10,000 square feet of “selling space.” The offices and storerooms would be located on the second floor. “The entire downstairs front was glass, and plate glass show windows flanked the rear entrance on Liberty.” During the brief opening ceremonies, Mayor M. Priscilla Shaw cut the ribbon with gold scissors presented to her by the McLellan’s Co. McLellan’s continued as one of the more popular businesses of the downtown area until it closed its doors in January 1996. The building still stands and currently houses Standard Music Co. Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at or (803) 774-1294.





SINGLETON from Page C1 people on their home-delivered meals list and other names from churches. “Senior services doesn’t deliver on weekends,” she said, “so a lot of those folks don’t get a hot meal. The drivers told me the people were very excited and thankful to get the turkey dinner.” Now, the 69-year-old Singleton is looking to serve those in need of a hot meal for Christmas. Again, she’s asking for volunteers and donations of food and money. As in the past few years, the menu for the Dec. 22 Christmas dinner is similar to the Thanksgiving dinner, Singleton said. “We’ll have turkey, ham and chicken to choose from as long as it lasts,” she said, “and rice, dressing, vegetables, rolls and dessert. Usually, some people bring by cakes and other desserts on the day of the dinner.” Singleton also appreciates cooked dishes delivered to the site on the day of the dinner. She usually cooks around 50 turkeys herself, in addition to other dishes. The noon to 2 p.m. Dec. 22 Christmas dinner will be served at the South Sumter Resource Center on the cor-

ABOVE: Volunteers prepare plates for the Thanksgiving dinner spearheaded by Geraldine Singleton at the South Sumter Gym on Nov. 24. Around 1,200 people received a free Thanksgiving meal thanks to Singleton, volunteers and donors of food and money. She’s planning to serve Christmas dinner at the South Sumter Resource Center on Sunday, Dec. 22. BELOW: Singleton takes a breather while serving Thanksgiving meals to more than 1,000 people. She’ll repeat the process on Dec. 22, with a new venue and a slight revision to the menu for Christmas.


People line up for Thanksgiving dinner at the South Sumter Gym on Nov. 24. Geraldine Singleton, who has been providing the free dinners with the assistance of volunteers for many years, plans to sponsor a Christmas dinner at the South Sumter Resource Center on Dec. 22.

ner of Manning Avenue and Fulton Street. “Anybody who needs a Christmas dinner is invited,” Singleton said. She will be at

YESTERYEAR from Page C1 now pitching out here for the San Diego baseball team who is doing a swell job and very popular with the local fans. He is a credit to your city.” In and Around the Town: There are no cases of infantile paralysis in Sumter or Sumter County. There will be no suppression of facts, and with the cooperation of all physicians the board of health will be fully advised of conditions and through the board of health, the public will be informed. Do not give credit to any rumors that may be circulated by irresponsible busybodies – the board of health is the dependable source of information. Sumter County farmers are still transplanting tobacco. Early plantings are growing off nicely. The acreage is greater than last year. Work on the new high school buildings is progressing satisfactorily. The classroom unit, the first to be started, is practically finished. The roof of the gymnasium is being placed, and the brick-work of the cafeteria and auditorium is up to schedule. Garbage should not be placed on parkways after the city truck has made the daily trip for collection of garbage. The city trucks operate on regular schedules and collect garbage at the same hour on each street every day. When garbage cans (or tubs, crates or cartons) are placed on the parkway after the truck has made the daily trip, the garbage remains uncollected until the next day. During the interval the trash is scattered by stray dogs and garbage searchers — and the result is an unsightly mess. A new tourist camp, with filling station and refreshment stand annexes is being built at the crossroads, just south of White’s Mill on

Highway 15. An official tip has been received that the Commission on Court House Grounds is desirous of stopping rummage sales of old clothes and similar junk on the Court House square. This is supposed to be a gentle hint to rummage sale promoters to cease and desist. In conclusion this journalistic tip is handed out: The way to stop rummage sales on the Court House grounds is to stop them by direct order, reinforced by police surveillance. Sumter folks and visitors eat many bananas, and a heavy percentage of the discarded peelings are thrown on the sidewalks. This careless practice is a nuisance and a menace to the life and limb of pedestrians who do not watch every step. Police admonition, if not arrest, might have a salutary effect on banana skin tossers. At the movies: The Sumter Theatre is showing “Confessions of A Nazi Spy” with Edward G. Robinson and a cast who’d rather their names not be mentioned, plus a Disney Cartoon “Merbabies,”; “Made For Each Other” starring Carole Lombard and James Stewart, an Our Gang comedy, “The Oklahoma Kid” starring James Cagney with Humphrey Bogart and Rosemary Lani. The Rex is showing “The Great Man Votes” with Lord Barrymore, Peter Holden and Virginia Wendler, and “The Dawn Patrol” with Errol Flynn, Basil Rathbone and David Niven. 50 YEARS AGO – 1964 February 8–14 White & Kennedy was organized Jan. 1, 1924, under the name of Strickland-Wells-White, Inc. The name was changed Jan. 13, 1926 to Strickland-White, Inc., and on Jan. 15, 1934 the business became White

the center from 8:30 a.m. on to accept donations of canned and prepared foods and other items. To contribute before the

& Kennedy, Inc., when Ryan Kennedy purchased the Strickland interest. Beauties in Sumter — First to “go Beatle” in Sumter are members of Tuomey Hospital student nursing class of ’66, who cut their hair in Beatles style “because we’re poor student nurses and we hope someone will give us a Beatle album.” The Beatles, sensational British singing stars, made their first U.S. appearance on Ed Sullivan’s television show last night. Students are: Cheryl Murphy, Trudy Lee, Donna Buckey, Shirley Geddings, Betty Horton, Linda DeRoss, Sally Aycock, Paulette Pritcher, Elvira Gibbons, Dottie Pearson and Mary Frasier. Funeral director files for council — A funeral home director today filed with the secretary of the Municipal Democratic Party as a candidate for City Council in the March 16 primary. R.J. Palmer, director of Palmer Funeral Home, became the first Negro in the race for one of two vacant Council seats. He will be competing against William B. Boyle, C. Richard Harvin and incumbent Councilman Robert Palmer. Tomorrow is the deadline for filing in the Democratic primary. Chest directors to meet — This month’s meeting of the Board of Directors, Sumter Community Chest, set for Tuesday, will be held one hour earlier than usual, officers and directors are advised by Julian C. Propst, executive secretary. Sumter florists meet — The Sumter Area Florists Assn. meets tonight at Frank’s for a dutch supper. Last month’s meeting was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCracken. Pauline Green presided over the gathering. Mrs. Green heads the group as president for the coming year. Serving with her are Dick Burns, vice

event, to volunteer to help with meals or entertainment, or for more information, contact Singleton at (803) 775-2047.

president and Mrs. Ernest Newman, secretarytreasurer. WFIG adds staff — Mrs. Henri Merritt and Bob Soltys, former employees of WFIG Radio, have returned “to the fold.” Mrs. Merritt soon will be hosting a 15inute program for the ladies, along with many other personal appearances at the WFIG microphone covering the Iris Festival, the Sumter Beauty Pageant and other events of importance. While stationed at Shaw AFB Soltys was employed as part-time announcer at WFIG for 18 months, and after discharge from the Air Force on February he decided to join WFIG and has been employed as sales representative. Mint strikes JFK coins — The first new half dollars bearing the likeness of the late President John F. Kennedy were struck Tuesday at simultaneous ceremonies at the Philadelphia and Denver mints. Mickey Mouse club host here — Television personalities Jimmy Dodd emcee of Walt Disney’s “Mickey Mouse Club,” and Miss Ella, kindergarten teacher of station WBTW’s “Romper Room,” will appear in person at a Mickey Mouse Club Valentine Party Saturday at the Sumter Theatre. Sumter native honored in Dillon — The Rev. Richard C. Alderman, pastor of the Little Rock Baptist Church since July 1960, received the Distinguished Service Award from the Dillon Jaycees at their annual D.S.A. banquet. Bishopville historical exhibit opening — A historical exhibit, sponsored by the Henry Durant Chapter of DAR and Lottie Green Chapter of UDC, will be held Feb. 21 at the Bethlehem Methodist Church Center. Scout troop wins award — The highlight of the Boy Scout week

court of honor was the awarding of the Shelor Award to troop 350 of Pitt’s Presbyterian Church for their outstanding record during 1963. Scoutmaster H.E. Whitehead received the trophy for the troop. Troop 350 also won the 1963 court of honor attendance award, with troop 330 of the Sumter American Legion and troop 336 of Trinity Methodist Church the runners-up. Pythians celebrate founding — The Pythian Order of Sumter under the leadership of Loring K. Baker, chancellor commander of Gamecock Lodge No. 17, plans to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the order at a ladies night banquet at the Pythian lodge hall on the Sumter County Fair Grounds Monday. The Order has lodges in Canada and many other countries as well as the U.S. The Supreme Lodge of the Order will meet in the city of the birth of the Order in August and the centennial celebration of the founding of the Order will be observed. Sports: Kay Morris, senior forward, cut loose for 37 points last night against East Clarendon in establishing a new school scoring record for Furman as the Indians downed EC 67-36. The old mark was set in 1961 by Carolyn Coulliette, who played under the guidance of Coach Bob Hill. Sumter’s four-man boxing team in the Charlotte Golden Gloves came through with three wins and one close loss in last night’s opening round. Ed Hudson, 147, and Francis Cason, 126, both move into open class finals tonight as odds-on favorites over their foes. Hudson tangles with Larry Sanders of Mt. Holly, N.C., while Cason meets Bucky Walters, also of Mt. Holly. Presbyterian’s Doug Allen, 6-6 forward from

Sumter, is headed for his second straight season as team rebounding leader. The sophomore whiz now has 115 rebounds in 14 games. The Lincoln High School Bulldogs served only as a pebble in the path of a steam-rolling Whittimore High team on the way to the lower state AAA championship. The visitors took a quick lead with accurate shooting and an iron clad defense. The Bulldogs pulled within 4 points early in the fourth quarter at 60-56 but lost it 83-64. Lincoln’s record is now 10-8. The Whittimore record is 17-1. A 12-year dream was realized here Saturday night when Coach Burke Watson of the Sumter Optimist Boxing Club saw two of his fighters win Open Class championships and earn trips to the national Golden Gloves finals in Louisville, Ky. Tommy Edens, a junior with a senior scoring tough, made the most of a hot night against Hillcrest and rolled up 33 points to the Sumter High scoring record. Henry Clarke made 33 last year to eclipse the 30 scored by Mike Towery in 1958. In winning the game 79-37 the Gamecocks established a new team scoring mark also. Furman’s boys picked up their seventh win in the past eight starts last night when they edged Lamar’s Silver Foxes by about the thickness of a fox hair. With time running short, Furman waited for the final shot. The score was tied 58-58. The shot missed, Furman got the rebound, and Marvin Haley fired a last-gasper from the circle. As the ball curved through its arch the buzzer sounded. The shot was good, Haley had his 8th point, and Furman had a 60-858 victory. Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at or (803) 774-1294.




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Boeing adding S.C. paint facility CHARLESTON (AP) — Boeing has released more details of its $1 billion expansion in South Carolina, announcing it has acquired more land and will open a painting facility in the state. The aeronautics company announced Friday that it will begin construction in the second half of 2014 on a 230,000-square-foot building to paint the 787 Dreamliners it builds at its North Charleston

assembly plant. Currently, 787s built in South Carolina are flown to Fort Worth, Texas, to be painted with airline logos and then are returned to South Carolina for final delivery to customers. “We can make our delivery process even more efficient by painting airplanes here in South Carolina, creating more value and convenience for our customers,” Jack Jones, the vice president and general

manager of Boeing South Carolina, said in a statement. Boeing said the new paint facility should be in operation by mid-2016. The company also said it has reached an agreement with Palmetto Railways, a division of the state Commerce Department, for a long-term lease of about 470 additional acres of land in North Charleston. Boeing said the purpose of

the lease is to protect the land for future expansion. The lease includes a provision that Boeing can purchase the land at the end of the lease term in 2027. Jones said the company has no specific plans for the land other than it will be the location of the new paint facility. Boeing announced Thursday that it will be adding 300 to 400 employees in North Charleston as part of a re-

structuring of its research operations. A similar number will be added in St. Louis area and Huntsville, Ala. Those jobs are being shifted from Seattle and Southern California. The company will begin moving the jobs early next year. Earlier this year, Boeing announced it will invest an additional $1.1 billion and create 2,000 new jobs in South Carolina over eight years.

$5M venture fund to help Charleston companies


ABOVE: Owner Keith Brown reads off tickets during dinner at Second Mill Grill in the Elks Lodge in Sumter on Thursday night. RIGHT: Steak is one of the more popular items at Second Mill Grill, said owner Keith Brown. He opened the new restaurant in the Elks Lodge 855 on Oct. 1.


Second Mill Grill serves up steaks, Southern favorites BY JADE ANDERSON Sumter has a new place to go for a meat-and-three-sides meal. Second Mill Grill, which is housed in Sumter’s Elks Lodge 855, opened for supper in October, and at the first of the SECOND year, owner MILL GRILL Keith Brown said he hopes WHERE: Elks to open for Lodge, 1100 W. lunch at least a Liberty St., Sumter few days a HOURS: 6 to 9 p.m. week. Thursday through Though Saturday; Sundays, housed at the 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. lodge, the resCONTACT: (803) taurant is open 720-6585 to the public, and Brown himself is not a member of the private club. He has been in the food industry for about three years after a 20-year stint as a building inspector. “It was time to do something else,” Brown said. “I’ve always been a cook around the house and stuff. My mom cooked a lot, and I picked it up on my own.”

The Second Mill Grill dining room is filled with patrons on Thursday night.

Open three nights a week — Thursday through Saturday — and Sunday afternoons, Brown and his staff of five serve a variety of options from burgers and sandwiches to steak and shrimp. “We do well with steaks,” said the Sumter High School graduate. “I’m kind of an old Southern boy, so I like Southern cooking. I do chicken bog and pulled pork. On Sundays, I might have fried chicken, baked ham and turkey with any and all sides, like mac and cheese, veggies and a salad.” Prices range from $6.99 for an Elks Burger to $14.99 for a

bacon-wrapped fillet that comes with two sides and a roll. Sides include items such as coleslaw, baked potato and grilled asparagus. There are also nightly specials, Brown said, and Sundays are either $7.99 or $8.99 depending on whether you get a meat and two sides or a meat and three sides. Second Mill Grill also does catering for weddings, office lunches, holiday events and church lunches. Plates start at $10.50, Brown said. For more information, call (803) 720-6585.

CHARLESTON (AP) — During the past dozen years, Charleston’s Digital Corridor has helped launch dozens of technology companies that have created more than 4,000 high-paying technology jobs. Now the public-private partnership will work with a venture capital fund that should make it easier for those companies to flourish. Silicon Harbor Ventures announced earlier this month it will begin operating in January as a $5 million venture capital fund managed by the investors who have experience in technology businesses. “If we have a Charlestonbased, locally sponsored company capital fund, I believe we can accelerate the success of companies,” said Ernest Andrade, the director of the corridor. “We can also give local investors a chance to participate in some of the economic upside that is being generated by these companies.” The corridor was started a dozen years ago to spur development of technology businesses at a time when there were concerns that too much of Charleston’s economy was becoming based on relatively low-paying service and tourism jobs. The corridor helps knowledge and computer-based businesses with training and mentoring, as well as finding employees and providing working space in its two business incubators. Since the business incubators were opened four years ago, 72 companies have started and moved on to larger quarters. There are 25 currently working out of the incubators where companies can get reasonably priced working space and their employees can rub shoulders with others in the industry. The startups range from software development and interactive marketing to video production and information technology consulting. A survey of those companies earlier this year found that the average annual wage was almost $72,000, almost twice the average for South Carolina overall. After training, linking companies to employees and providing startup space, the venture capital “is the fourth leg of the stool,” Andrade said. “It’s probably the most important piece, but we chose to do it last. There are a lot of other communities around who have said we are going to create a capital fund first and then try to figure out the other pieces.”






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How To Read The Market in Review

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ABOVE: Shoppers rest on chairs in the Fashion Show mall in Las Vegas. The National Retail Federation estimates that sales over the four-day 2013 holiday weekend including Thanksgiving declined 2.9 percent from last year, marking the first drop since the group began tracking the figure in 2006. Overall spending for November and December is still expected to increase 3.9 percent, but whether that plays out remains to be seen. BELOW: Bargain hunters, bundled up from the cold, wait outside an electronics store in Atlanta on Thanksgiving Day.

strapped shoppers in stores and to better compete with the cheaper prices of online retailers like Amazon. But shoppers got used to those deals and now won’t buy without them. The constant discounting has blunted the “wow” factor of sales during the holidays. For instance, some retailers were offering discounts of 40 percent or more on the day after Thanksgiving known as Black Friday. But Jennifer Ambrosh, 40 was unimpressed with the “deals” she saw on that day. “There’s a lot of hype, but ... the deals aren’t that good,” Ambrosh, an accountant, says. Overall, the retail federation expects spending in November and December to rise 3.9 percent to $602.1 billion. But to get that growth, analysts say retailers will need to discount heavily, which eats away profits. There are signs that profits for the quarter that includes the holiday season are being hurt by the discounting. Wal-Mart and American Eagle Outfitters are among 47 retailers that have slashed their outlooks for either the quarter or the year. Overall, retailers’ earnings growth is expected to be up 2.1 percent, according to research firm Retail Metrics. That would be the worst performance since profit fell 6.7 percent in the second quarter of 2009 when the country was in a recession.

SHOP ’TIL YOU DROP? Not for everyone NEW YORK (AP) — Many Americans are watching the annual holiday spending ritual from the sidelines this year. Money is still tight for some. Others are fed up with commercialism of the holidays. Still others are waiting for bigger bargains. And people like Lark-Marie Anton Menchini are more thoughtful about their purchases. The New York public relations executive says in the past she’d buy her children up to eight Christmas gifts each, but this year they’re getting three apiece. The leftover money is going toward their college savings. “We told them Santa is ... being very conscious of how many gifts he puts on his sleigh,” Menchini, 36, says. Despite an improving economy, most workers are not seeing meaningful wage increases. And some of those who can splurge say the brash commercialism around the holidays — many more stores are opening for business on Thanksgiving — is a turnoff. But perhaps the biggest factor is that shoppers are less motivated than ever by holiday sales. Since the Great Recession, retailers have been dangling more discounts throughout the year, so Americans have learned to hold out for even deeper holiday savings on clothes, electronics and more. To stay competitive and boost sales, retailers are slashing prices further during their busiest season of the year, which is cutting into their own profit margins. There aren’t reliable figures on how many people plan to shop during the holidays. But early data points to a shift in holiday spending. The National Retail Federation estimates that sales during the start to the official start to season — the four-day weekend that began on Thanksgiving Day — dropped 2.9 percent from last year to $57.4 billion. That would mark the first decline in the seven years the trade group has tracked spending. And during the week afterward — which ended last Sunday — sales fell another 2.9 percent compared with a year ago, according to data tracker ShopperTrak, which did not give dollar amounts. Meanwhile, the number of shoppers in stores plunged nearly 22 percent. The numbers are sobering for retailers, which depend on making up to 40 percent of their revenue in the last two months of the year. They suggest shifts in the attitudes of U.S. shoppers that could force stores to reshape their strategies:

SHOPPERS WANT DEALS Stores slashed prices during the recession to get financially

SCRUTINIZING PURCHASES The recession not only taught Americans to expect bargains. It also showed them that they could make do with less. And in the economic recovery, many have maintained that frugality. So whereas in a better economy, Americans would make both big and small purchases, in this economy they’re being more thoughtful and making choices about what to buy. Analysts say that hasn’t boded well for retailers that sell clothing, shoes and holiday items. That’s because Americans are buying more big-ticket items over the holidays. Government figures show that retail sales were up 0.7 percent in November, the biggest gain in five months. But the increase was led by autos, appliances and electronics. Auto sales jumped 1.8 percent, furniture purchases rose 1.2 percent and sales at electronics and appliances stores rose 1.1 percent. Meanwhile, sales at department stores and clothing chains were weak. Americans are leaning toward big purchases for two reasons. They want to take advantage of low interest rates. And since many paid down debt since the recession, they feel more comfortable using credit cards again for such purchases. But they won’t do that and buy smaller items. “This is still a weak, fragile shopper,” says Craig Johnson, president of Customer Growth Partners, a retail consultancy. Retailers including Macy’s and Target in recent months have said that shoppers’ focus on big-ticket items has put a damper on sales of discretionary items, and the retail federation says it has hurt holiday sales in particular. HOLIDAY CONSUMERISM Black Friday used to be the official kickoff to the buying season, but more than a dozen chains opened on Thanksgiving this year. That didn’t sit well with some shoppers who viewed it as an encroachment on family time. Some threatened to boycott stores that opened on the holiday, while others decided to forgo shopping altogether. In a poll of 6,200 shoppers conducted for the retail federation prior to the start of the season, 38 percent didn’t plan to shop during the Thanksgiving weekend, up from 34.8 percent the year before. Ruth Kleinman, 30, isn’t planning to shop the entire season in part because she’s disheartened by the holiday openings. The New Yorker says the holiday season “has really disintegrated.” While some shoppers didn’t approve, analysts say stores will need to open on the holiday to appeal to the masses. Overall sales declined over the holiday weekend, but several retailers said there were big crowds on Thanksgiving. “Customers clearly showed that they wanted to be out shopping,” says Amy von Walter, a Best Buy spokeswoman. Analysts say stores will need to redefine Thanksgiving as a family tradition beyond sitting at the table eating turkey to make more shoppers comfortable. “They have to show that they’re maintaining a family tradition in new ways,” says Marshal Cohen, chief retail analyst at market research firm NPD Group.





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INVITATION FOR BIDS The County of Sumter invites qualified General Contractors to offer Sealed Bids for a New Catchall-Shaw Area Community Center located at 2680 Peach Orchard Road, Sumter County, Sumter, South Carolina.



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YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to answer the Complaint herein, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, or to otherwise appear and defend, and to serve a copy of your Answer to said Complaint upon the subscribers at their office, 4000 Faber Place, Suite 450, P.O. Box 71727, North Charleston, South Carolina, 29415, or to otherwise appear and defend the action pursuant to applicable court rules, within thirty (30) days after service hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; except that the United States of America, if named, shall have sixty (60) days to answer after the service hereof, exclusive of such service; and if you fail to answer the Complaint or otherwise appear and defend within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court for relief demanded therein, and judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. TO MINOR(S) OVER FOURTEEN YEARS OF AGE, AND/OR TO MINOR(S) UNDER FOURTEEN YEARS OF AGE AND THE PERSON WITH WHOM THE MINOR(S) RESIDE(S) AND/OR TO PERSONS UNDER SOME LEGAL DISABILITY: YOU ARE FURTHER SUMMONED AND NOTIFIED to apply for the appointment of a guardian ad litem within thirty (30) days after the service of this Summons and Notice upon you. If you fail to do so, application for such appointment will be made by the Plaintiff. YOU WILL ALSO TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to Rule 53(b) SCRCP, as amended effective September 1, 2002, the Plaintiff will move for a general Order of Reference to the Master in Equity for Sumter County, which Order shall, pursuant to Rule 53(b) of the South Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure, specifically provide that the said Master in Equity is authorized and empowered to enter a final judgment in this action. If there are counterclaims requiring a jury trial, any party may file a demand under rule 38, SCRCP and the case will be returned to the Circuit Court.

NOTICE OF FILING COMPLAINT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the original Complaint in the above entitled action, together with the Summons, was filed in the Office of the Clerk of Court for Sumter County on September 23, 2013 at 2:28 p.m. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT pursuant to the Supreme Court of South Carolina Administrative Order 2011-05-02-01, you may be eligible for foreclosure intervention programs for the purpose of resolving the above-referenced foreclosure action. If you wish to be considered for a foreclosure intervention program, you must contact Finkel Law Firm LLC, 4000 Faber Place Drive, Suite 450 (29405), P.O. Box 71727 (29415), North Charleston, SC 29405, or call (843) 577-5460 within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice. Finkel Law Firm LLC represents the Plaintiff in this action. Our law firm does not represent you and is not authorized to provide you any legal advice. IF YOU FAIL, REFUSE, OR VOLUNTARILY ELECT NOT TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS FORECLOSURE INTERVENTION PROCESS, THE FORECLOSURE MAY PROCEED. NOTICE PURSUANT TO THE FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT (15 U.S.C. § 1692 et seq.): This is an attempt to collect a debt and any information you provide will be used for that purpose. However, if you have previously received a discharge from bankruptcy, this message is not and should be construed as an

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A complete set of Bid Documents may be obtained for $75.00 (non-refundable) per set from the Architect. Contact Jackson & Sims, Architects, 7-1/2 South Main Street, Sumter, SC, 29150, 803-773-4329 or by all email: interested Bidders. Sending documents electronically will not be offered.

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Announcements THANKS FOR GIVING On behalf of the needy and homeless who met at Mount Pisgah ministry on Thanksgiving Day, we wish to thank the following: Wayman Chapel AME Church, 8am water aerobics class at YMCA, The Shepherd Center and special thanks to the family who donated a barbeque hog and helped serve. May God Bless all of you. Linda V. Alston Huge Sale Select suits $20 Select Hats $15 Entire Inventory of shoes $5 a pair Factory Outlet Dresses 3172 Broad St Sumter HOLIDAY GIFTS $10 & UP! 633 Bultman Drive. 774-7823 Carolina Filters, Inc. is in the process of trying to contact the following past employees. Please contact Lila S. Jacobs for details at 803-418-9710 Monday thru Friday 8:00am-5:00pm. *Johnnie Aiken *Steven B. Arnold *J. Elliot Danner *Hary L. Davis *Gregory Gibson *Michael A. Golden *Eugene Hasty *Jennifer Holliday *Sidney T. Johnson *David L. Kinder *Cheryl L. Landstrom *William Mahoney *Kenneth McFadden *Daniel A. Nesbit *Ron Pearson *Mary A. Roy *Gary T. Verser

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Pets Just in time for Christmas! Puppies $50. Father AKC reg. Lab/mother full blooded blk tan German Shepard. Both good w/children. Puppies are blk and all look like father. 7 female/5 Male. Call 803-473-5932 leave msg.

MERCHANDISE Want to Buy Golden Kernel Pecan Company 1214 S. Guignard Dr. Sumter, SC 803-968-9432 We buy pecans, We sell Pecan halves & Pieces, Chocolate, Sugarfree Chocolate, Butter Roasted, Sugar & Spiced, Prailine, Honey Glazed, English Toffee Gift Packages available. Friday 9-5, Saturday 9-1.

Farm Products E & E Farm & Pets. We have Protein tubs and high Mag mineral salt for Cattles. 803-435-2797 E & E Farm & Pets. 2420 RR, $23.75 50lbs. 21% Sports Blend $15 40lbs. Call 803-435-2797 E & E Farm & Pets. 10% Sweet Feed Wrangler $9.00. Safe Choice Senior $20 per bag. 803-435-2797

Garage, Yard & Estate Sales Rooms for rent. Boarding house for seniors & S.S. recipients. Cable & utilities all inclusive. Call 803-565-7924. LARGE GARAGE SALE 1st & 3rd Weekend Tables $1 & Up FLEA MARKET BY SHAW AFB

Open every weekend. 905-4242

Sumter County Flea Mkt Hwy 378 E. 803-495-2281 500 tables. Sat. $8 free return Sun.

Help Wanted Full-Time

Work Wanted

Full time body shop person with professional experience needed at Sumter used car dealership. $400/week. Call Denis @ 803-454-6815.

Will sit with sick & elderly, run errands, light housework, References available 803460-3168

St. Anne Catholic School, located in Sumter, has an immediate opening for a 4-year-old preschool teacher. A Bachelor's degree in early childhood or elementary education is a minimum requirement. State certification is preferred. Please call 803-775-3632 for more information. Roper Staffing Branch of the Year, 2013 is now accepting applications for the following position(s): •Production Workers (2-3 years experience). 1st, 2nd & 3rd shift positions available •Assembly •Welders (MIG/TIG) •Fabricators (steel) •Painters (wet/dry) •Customer Service (clerical/administrative) •Customer Service / Medical Biller •Service Crew (industrial cleaning / service) •PT Receptionist (20 hrs. week) NUMEROUS positions available, all shifts. Applications are accepted Monday thru Wednesdays at 8:30 a.m. and again at 1:00 p.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. Plumber and plumber's helper needed at Rourk Plumbing. Must have exp. in comm/new construction and res. repair. Email ( or fax (773-9342) resume' and 10 yr. driving record. Golden Corral We are now hiring experienced kitchen managers for our Sumter SC, Charlotte NC, Wilmington NC locations. $35-53K depending on Experience. 5 Day week. Paid PTO every quarter. Health/Life/Vision/Dental Coverage. 401K. Candidates MUST have Restaurant Management Experience. Criminal background checks and drug test required. EEOC Send resume to : CNA/PCA with experience in home health care wanted for Sumter County and surrounding areas. Call (803) 854-0800 or fax resume to (803) 854-0804.

Help Wanted Part-Time Central Carolina Technical College vacancy: Associate Degree Nursing Instructor. 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. Medical Receptionist needed Part-time. Ideal candidate must have medical office experience, excellent computer and telephone skills. Fax resume to 803-433-5637 or deliver in person to Lakeside Orthopaedic Center 50 E. Hospital St. Suite 6, Manning, SC 29102. $$$ AVON $$$ FREE TRAINING! 803-422-5555

Trucking Opportunities

For Sale or Trade The family of Bertha Mae Singleton wishes to thank all those who sent words of comfort, cards, flowers, & visited during our time of sorrow. We love all of you. The Singleton Family

Lost & Found Found: 2 young adult labs Starks Ferry Cross Rd @ Pinewood Rd. Owner call to identify 803-795-8211.

BUSINESS SERVICES Business Opportunities Day Spa for sale. For more info call 803-494-8555

Home Improvements Professional Remodelers Home maintenance, ceramic tile, roofing, siding & windows doors, etc. Lic. & Ins. (Cell) 803-459-4773 H.L. Boone, Contractor additions, painting, roofing, gutters, sheetrock, blown ceilings, decks. 773-9904

Lawn Service

Firewood for Sale Will Deliver. Call 803 651-8672 Nice, Side-by-side Frig w/Ice Maker, $300. Office Chair, $25. Store fixtures, Neg. 803-406-3694 Like new, Little four-wheeler with battery. Cost $175 asking $85. Like new Razor Go-cart, new batteries Cost $345 asking $150. Like new Little girls kitchen with foods and accessories. Cost $350 asking $200. Call 803-494-4220 Expert Tech, New & used heat pumps & A/C. Will install/repair, warranty; Compressor & labor $600. Call 803-968-9549 or 843-992-2364 For Sale: Round Walnut Coffee table, Victorian Walnut (Mrs) Chair, 6 Mahogany chairs, 30's China Cabinet, Metal Glider, big trunk, Piano stool, Andirons, East Lake Mirror, Roland McCollum paintings & more. Phone 803-481-2995 Christmas Special 2008 Golf Cart Beige with black pinstripes, fold down backseat, lights, fold down windshield, 2011 batteries, good tires, new charger $2400 OBRO 481-4972 or 464-9942


Drivers: DEDICATED. Regional & OTR. Start up to $.44/mi + Excellent Benefits. 401K + Bonuses. Excellent Hometime! CDL-A 6mos. exp. 877-704-3773 Driver Trainees Needed Now! Learn to drive for US Xpress! Earn $800+ per week! No experience needed! CDL -Trained and Job-Ready in 15 days! 1-888-263-7364

Medical Help Wanted Hiring Certified Medical Assistants. Fax Resume 803-403-8483

Drivers-CompanyHOME EVERY WEEK New Equipment Start at .39 or .40 /mile Major Medical, Dental, Vision & 401K Class A CDL 1-800-788-7357

Homes for Sale


JW Professional Pool & Lawn Service Seasonal lawn maintenance, weekly pool cleaning, hedging, pine straw, mulch, pressure washing & more. Satisfaction guaranteed. 803-406-1818

POOL TABLES for CHRISTMAS $800 to $1200 includes balls, cue sticks, rack, and chalk. Free delivery within 25 miles of Manning. 803-433-5544 803-473-0939

INVESTORS DREAM DEAL 50 houses to pick from. You pick, I sell, 1-50. The more you buy, the cheaper they get. Special pricing for Good looking people. 803-773-4391, 803-464-5960

Senior Living Apartments for those 62+ (Rent based on income) Shiloh-Randolph Manor 125 W. Bartlette. 775-0575 Studio/1 Bedroom apartments available EHO

Manufactured Housing 3BR D.W. $3,500, Needs Work. 803-983-8084

Hampton Pk Hist. Dist Clean,attractive 3Rm (1Bdrm) Range, Refrig.,Washer & Dryer Ceiling fans, No pets. Off Street parking $390 Mo. +Sec Dep w/Yr Lease Credit report & Refs Req. Call 773-2451

REDUCED 3BR/2BA DW on 1 ac in a quiet wooded area mins from Shaw. Den, DR, all appl's, large front/back porch. Storm doors windows. $54,000. 803-983-1300

Unfurnished Homes

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 on our lot. Layaway program available. For more information, call 843-389-4215.

3BR or possibly 4BR// 2BA with W/D hook up. On Plowden Mill Rd. Rent or RTO (803)473-3301

2BR 1 BA MH c/h/a, Stove, fridge, Move in Ready $5,000 OBO Call 803-983-7317

Log Home located on Fox Pond. 2BR/2BA. Call Betty 803-495-4994

428 Green Swamp Rd 2BR 1BA Trailer City Water & Sewage, New Cental Air $400 Mo Electricity dep. required over $300 Call 803-840-7860

3Br 1 BA For Rent or Rent to own Alderman Camp Rd $600 mo + Dep Call 803-473-3301 For Rent 3BR 1BA house in Home Branch Paxville area $650 month/deposit (803)473-7577 12 Andrews St. 4br /2 Ba brick home, LR, dining, kitchen C/H/A, fncd yard. $500/mo + $550/dep. Sec 8 ok, 803-788-6401 Lv msg Approx 1,200 sq ft 2BR//1BA house with garage. $750//mo, utilities included. 803-494-5663 ALCOLU: 4BR/2BA in the country for rent. $700/mo + $700/dep. 803-473-3301

Mobile Home Rentals Oaklawn MHP: 2 BR M.H.'s, water/sewer/garbage pk-up incl'd. RV parking avail. Call 494-8350

Farms & Acreage FSBO: Land, Small & Large acreage. Owner financing. 803-427-3888.


Boats / Motors 2007 Triton TR-21X HP Bassmaster Classic Edit. with 250 Mercury XS Call for details 803 968-2459


Singlewide, 2 br, 1 ba, rents $350 mo + $350 dep. Call Live Oak Realty 803-469-8147

Mopeds / ATVs / Motorcycles

STATEBURG COURTYARD 2 & 3 BRs 803-494-4015 Large DW, 4 br, 2 ba, rents $700 mo + $700 dep. Call Live Oak Realty 803-469-8147 2BR 2 BA MH c/h/a, appliances, .5 acre lot, 5 mins. from Shaw, $450 mo+Dep Call 803-983-7317 2BR/1BA, lg. yard. $475/mo. + $250/dep. No Pets. Serious Inq only. 481-4469, 406-6159 Scenic Lake 2Br, 2Ba & 3 Br, 2 Ba. No pets. Call between 9am 5pm ONLY! (803) 499-1500.

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

2002 Honda XR200R Needs new rings, low hours, excellent condition. $500. 52"x96" trailer set up for 3 dirt bikes. $350. 803-773-0792. 2001 Honda ATV 4X4 $1500 OBO. Rob 406-9336 2003 Yamaha 125 Dirt Bike $650. Can be seen at Hill Plumbing 438 N Main St Call Frank Hill 491-7226

Autos For Sale 2005 Ford Windstar Van, Loaded. Low mileage with complete check-up. Spent $1,500 to get in great shape. Have all paperwork. Asking $4,995. Call 803-494-4220 96' Buick Century 80K mi. AT,4 Cyl., am/fm/cassette Very good exterior & interior. Mechanically sound. Needs nothing. $2500 Firm. Call 803-795-6145

Office Rentals 217 W. Hampton, 604 sq ft. office space. $525 /mo. Lg. office, sm office/breakroom. Contact C21 Hawkins & Kolb for more info. 803-773-1477. 120 Broad St Office Building, Great location Rent is $650 mo Agent Owned Call 236-2425 50 Wesmark Ct. 1,177 sq ft. $1000/mo. + $100 CAM. Reception area, 3 office space, breakroom, 1/2 ba, file/storage room. 773-1477

Commercial Rentals

2004 Toyota SR-5 Four Runner. 1 owner, 98k miles. Asking $12,500. Call 803-905-6565 Holiday Special 150 cars $5,000 or less $$$ CASH $$$ Price is Right Auto Sales 3210 Broad St 803-494-4275

Miscellaneous C&C Recycling Parts & Wrecker Service Top price paid for junk cars! We buy scrap metal, alum cans, batteries, copper. 773-7702

862 E Liberty St Office/Retail 1550 Sq Ft. $250 Mo. Agent Owned Call 803-236-2425 Guignard Storage: 57 Neal St. Personal storage units. No deposits. Call 803-491-4914 Building for rent, 4 Mi. out of Manning. Might could be used as a church. Call 803-473-3301 2 lg bldgs, nice bldg for church or civic organization. 1 lg truck garage w/ lifts. 4000 sq. ft bldg. 1961 McCrays Mill Rd. good space for medical clinic or offices. Call Bobby Sisson 464-2730

of Sumter


Hickory & Oak firewood. Seasoned/Green $65 Delivered. Notch Above Tree Service. 983-9721 Draw-tite trailer hitch with 2 draw bars. $75. Call 494-4825.

2806 Tindal Rd Sumter 3BR 2BA C/H/A Call 803 481-7903 Asking $51,000

Unfurnished Apartments

X-box 360 games, prices vary. Call 481-4825.460

Daniel's Lawn Care •Firewood starting at $45 •Tree removal •Leaf removal •Gutter & roof cleaning 803-968-4185



1994 Cadillac Seville 4-4t8IJUF



Softball Equipment- Pitching machine, Backstop, Balls, Bats ETC. Call for details 803-968-2459


Come by and see

John Tingle for a GREAT Deal!


2008 Chrysler PT Cruiser 2003 Dodge Grand Caravan SE 2006 Chevyy Malibu Maxx 4JMWFS



Painting Int/Ext Painting, Pressure washing. 30 yrs exp. Ref. Quality work/free est. Bennie 468-7592

EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted Full-Time

Roofing All Types of Roofing & Repairs All work guaranteed. 30 yrs exp. SC lic. Virgil Bickley 803-316-4734.

Childcare for Newborn Twins, Flex hours, Sumter Area Transportation req. $11 HR Call 803-798-1229


,5 995 $4,995 $5,995


Marriage Licenses Charles Raymond Burgess and Karen Florez Ruiz, both of Kingstree; James Albert Hicks and Jimmie Griffin Yarborough; Kenneth Edward Evans and Alycia Denise Culver, both of Dalzell; Andrew Phillip Smith and Areil Christine Hornsby, both of Dalzell; Jordan Terrial Blair of Rembert and Calabria Ellesse Steele of Mayesville; Andrew Stephen Fessenden and Kayla Marie Baird, both of Binghamton, N.Y.; Charles Edward Lawson and Tammy Anne Johnson-Clark; Harvey Ray Price and Brandi Lynn Deverse; James Richard Harglerode and Sharon Maxine Clark; Joseph Lee Culick and Cassandra Noel Shirah; Eddie Lamar Reece of Wedgefield and Miranda Rae Rivers.

Building Permits Richard M. White (trustee, estate), owner, Jeffrey D. Haas, contractor, 4711 McCrays Mill Road, $6,170 (reroof, residential); Lawrence and Mary L. McElveen, owners, Lawrence McElveen, contractor, 3080 Yarborough Road, Olanta, 518 heated square feet, $5,000 (enlarge kitchen and bathroom, residential); Cynthia Montgomery Smith, owner, Timothy Kelley dba Kelley Construction, contractor, 395 N. St. Pauls Church Road, $8,500 (roof over front porch, residential); Canaan Missionary Baptist Church, owner, Michael A. Walters Builders, contractor, 774 Douglas Ave., $6,000 (install vinyl siding, commercial); Heirs of Isaac Spann, owner, Betty Spann, contractor, 201 E. Clark St., Pinewood, $6,000 (remove / replace kitchen and bath — no additional square feet, residential). Beulah UME Church, owner, Montgomery General Contracting Inc., contractor, 2380 S. St. Pauls Church Road, (2340), $10,450 (replace roof shingles, commercial); Palmetto Properties of Sumter, owner, Sam Avins Construction, contractor, 480 E. Liberty St., $10,000 (build gable truss roof over flat roof, commercial); Meridith Homes Inc., owner, Brian Richard Wesley, contractor, 265 Masters Drive, 2,400 heated square feet and 415 unheated square feet, $120,000 (new dwelling, residential); Meredith Homes Inc., owner, Brian Richard Wesley, contractor, 239 Keels Road, 1,508 heated square feet and 400 unheated square feet, $120,000 (new dwelling, residential); Connie China, owner, Baxley’s Bestway Transportation, contractor, 1115 Kshawn Road (mobile home, residential). Thea I. Ridder, owner, Michael C. Traynum, contractor, 2610 Foxcroft Circle, $7,500 (three windows and one door, residential); Thompson Construction Group Inc., owner, Thompson Turner Construction, contractor, 100 N. Main St., $40,000 (addition of courtyard awning, commercial); Robert L. and Betty M. Porter, owners, Sign-ARama, contractor, 3815 Myrtle Beach Highway, $18,521 (change face of sign — Porter’s Grocery, commercial); Leslie W. and Charles M. Lloyd, owners, W. Wheeler dba WW Repairs & Renovations, contractor, 1080 E. Foxworth Mill Road, $9,200 (reroof, residential); HG7 Sumter LLC, owner, Termac Construction Inc., contractor, 526 Broad St., 3,613 heated square feet, $292,653 (renovate existing building into dialysis training facility, commercial). William Scott and Lori Briggs, owners, Cephus Gregg dba Designer Thoughts, contractor, 6050 Wedgefield Road, Wedgefield, $7,000 (brick fence, residential); Claude F. Jr. and Nancy R. Baker, owners, Timothy Kelley dba Kelley Construction, contractor, 820 Wise Drive, $6,200 (install roof, residential); William A. Riley (as trustee), owner, Gene Altman Construction, contractor, 275 Witherspoon Road, Mayesville, 196 unheated square feet, $25,000 (vinyl siding, replacement windows, dec and pump cover, residential); G&M Properties (a South Carolina partnership), owner, Evans Construction Co., contractor, 3325 Carter Road, $12,000 (concrete parking pad and crush / run area, commercial); Pinnacle Properties of Sumter, owner and contractor, McCrays Mill Road, $30,000 (vinyl fence, commercial). Buddy Melton, owner, Herbert C. Griffin, contractor, 1375 Zoar Church Road, 160 unheated square feet, $10,000 (rebuild porch and adding 160 square feet and reroof, residential); Richard W. and Pamela Lynne Foote, owners, Richard Foote, contractor, 6570 Kings Grant Way, Dalzell, 1,000 unheated square feet, $15,000 (detached garage, residential); Jerel and Delphina T. Moses, owners, Charpy’s Pool Service, contractor, 25 Pebblebrook Drive, $24,700 (swimming pool, residential); Johnny M. James, owner and contractor, 3545 Katwallace Circle, 2,600 heated square feet and 560 unheated square feet, $150,000 (new dwelling,

PUBLIC RECORD residential); Continental Tire Sumter LLC, owner, Signs Unlimited (Charlotte, N.C.), contractor, 1805 U.S. 521 South, $26,000 (Continental sign, commercial). Continental Tire Sumter LLC, owner, Signs Unlimited (Charlotte, N.C.), contractor, 1805 U.S. 521 South, $26,000 (Continental sign, commercial); Gerald T. and Della C. Barnes, owners, David Windham dba Windham Roofing, contractor, 1670 Wheat St., $5,000 (reroof, residential); William P. II and Tanya R. Foster, owners, Richard H. Nelson, contractor, 70 Ramsgate Court (74), $9,384 (remove / replace shingles, residential); Sumter County, owner, Hawkins and Kolb Construction Co., contractor, 110 N. Magnolia St. (108), 14,000 heated square feet, $2,000,000 (renovation of family court to summary court, commercial); Harvey A. and Jaclyn S. Wells, owners, Monroe Construction Co. LLC, contractor, 970 Dover Circle, $6,538 (reroof, residential). Joseph M. III and Kelly P. Parker, owners, Sears Home Improvement Products Inc., contractor, 2820 Sheridan Drive, Dalzell, $5,307.66 (eight window replacements, residential); Gary and Rose Kothera, owners, Jeffrey D. Haas, contractor, 1040 Stonecroft Drive, $7,350 (reroof, residential); Charles H. Jr. and Rita K. Beard, owners, Jeffrey D. Haas, contractor, 6120 Tarleton Road, Dalzell, $5,613.19 (reroof, residential); Hunter E. and Mary B. Sheridan, owners, Aycock Construction LLC, contractor, 3490 Kel-Sam Drive, Dalzell, 397 heated square feet, $33,000 (sunroom addition to rear and replace heat A/C, residential); Goodwill Industries of Lower, owner, David E. Looper & Co. Inc., contractor, 1028 Broad St., 240 heated square feet, $13,700 (expanding, install 240 square feet interior room, mini split, ceiling, electric and data, commercial). W.R. Simpson Jr., owner, Harvey McDonald, contractor, 449 Wildhog Drive (mobile home, residential); Gaenett Bolan and Michael Young, owners, Gregory Willis Baker dba Baker Roofing, contractor, 4280 E. Brewington Road, $5,040 (reroof, residential); Uldine A. Shockley, owner, George E. Cantlon dba Sumter Siding, contractor, 2222 Graystone Drive, $8,800 (reroof, residential); City of Sumter, owner, Roofco Inc., contractor, 630 S. Sumter St., $92,800 (install new roof, commercial); HG7 Sumter LLC, owner, Roofco Inc., contractor, 526 Broad St., $13,065 (roof replacement, commercial); Wilkes Builders Inc., owner and contractor, 1170 Dewees St., 2,500 heated square feet and 500 unheated square feet, $155,000 (new dwelling, residential). Daniel W. and Serena M. Cook, owners, The Swimmin’ Hole Inc., contractor, 5585 Cimmaron Road, Rembert, $15,623 (swimming pool, residential); Donald W. and Alice E. Infelise, owner, Donnie Ryan Beard, contractor, 2341 Paper Birch Ave., $6,500 (vinyl replacement windows and soffit fascia, residential); Michael S. Sr. and Debor Cotterman, owners, Cherokee Builders LLC, contractor, 4255 Frisco Branch Road, 744 unheated square feet, $9,942.50 (agricultural building, commercial); Rex Moseley, owner, Harvey McDonald, contractor, 2125 Bethel Church Road (mobile home, residential); Gaymon & Associates General Contractors, owner and contractor, 3250 Dewees Court, 1,800 heated square feet and 400 unheated square feet, $113,000 (new dwelling, residential). Julius L. Jr. and Julie B. Jackson, owners, Lynam Construction LLC, contractor, 445 S.C. 261 South, Wedgefield, 2,000 heated square feet and 500 unheated square feet, $200,000 (new dwelling, residential); Recho Bell, owner, John Brockington dba Brock Construction, contractor, 12 Warren St., $12,797 (replace 31 windows, residential); Furman M. III and Kathy Robinson, owners, Julius David Gainey, contractor, 66 Westwood Drive, $7,500 (reroof, residential); Shrine Club SLC, owner, L.A. Smith General Contracting & Prop LLC, contractor, 1865 U.S. 15 South, $21,804 (reroof — shingles, commercial); Robert Jr. and Robert Pugh, owners, Ralph Brown, contractor, 670 Omarest Drive (mobile home, residential).

Property Transfers Douglas L. McDowell to Douglas L. and Joann McDowell, four buildings, 2601 Longleaf Drive, $5 etc.; Benjamin and Wanda Bradley to Wanda Bailey, one lot, two buildings, 394 Albert Drive, $5 etc.; Forman U. and Linda P. Irick to Ruby Green, one lot, 1017 Rye St., $2,500; Ella W. Gibbons to George W. Gibbons (trustee), one building, 1525 Narrow Paved Road, $5 etc.; Ella W.

Gibbons to George W. Gibbons (trustee), Fullard Street, $5 etc.; Oneter S. Burgess to James Burgess et al, Trinity Road, $5 etc.; John K. Adams to Diane Spann, one lot, 166 Shannon St., $3,000; Darlene Staton to Forfeited Land Commission, 220 S. Brick Church Road, $391. Darlene Staton to Forfeited Land Commission, one lot, Panda Road, $417; Gena Spells to Forfeited Land Commission, one lot, two buildings, 4564 Wrangler Trail, $1,148; William Reynolds and Deborahan Whitfield Stewart to Joseph D. Nichols, one lot, two buildings, 2950 Kaempfer Circle, $150,000; Emma Lee M. Rickard to Emma Lee M. and William David Rickard, one lot, two buildings, 241 Wildwood Ave., $5 etc.; James Aaron Dyson Construction LLC to Jeffery and Stathier E. McFadden, one lot, 2265 Waterwheel Drive, $125,000; Jerrad W. Cruz to Jerrad W. and Josette Marie Eclavea Cruz, one lot, one building, 2870 Imperial Way, $5 etc. John R. and Mary F. Owen to James M. and Linda R. Schreiber, one lot, one building, 2975 Tara Drive, $313,500; Great Southern Homes Inc. to Robert Jr. and Lyndsay E. Longoria, one lot, 610 Brutsch Ave., $165,900; John D. Van De Velde to Anthony J. and Laura Baxter, one lot, one building, 535 Batty Way, $199,900; Peggy H. Ard to Nathaniel and Joyel Halley, one lot, one building, 721 Wren St., $181,000; Mark C. and Laura W. Jervey to Allison W. Walter, one lot, four buildings, 24 Moise Drive, $123,000; Joyce B. Edenfield to Josie Elmore, one lot, one building, 155 Tradd Circle, $229,900; Robby J. and Amanda J. Gallimore to Kenneth L. and Denise W. Fenters, one lot, one building, 30 Lakewood Circle, $209,000. Timothy D. and Jo W. Milkie to Craig Douglas Baartman, one lot, two buildings, 3570-3572 Landmark Drive, $220,000; Karen Lee Church to Richard M. Brown and Rebecca M. Jordan, one lot, one building, 2710 Foxcroft Circle, $178,000; Sumter Rental Properties LLC to Ashley D. Kirkhart, one lot, one building, 2000 Columbia Circle, $102,500; Federal National Mortgage Association to Jeffery L. and Linda Reid, one lot, one building, 1065 Saltwood Road, $134,900; Christine A. and Stefan P. Bowlsby to Marcal D. and Juanice T. McLaurin, one lot, one building, 30 Candlelite Court, $201,000; Martha C. Solomon Estate to Jennifer C. Gallahar and Josephine L. Cerezo, one lot, one building, 829 Club Lane, $97,500. Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. to Dexter S. Huggins, one lot, one building, 1905 Adirondack Court, $196,900; Dexter S. Huggins to Dexter S. and Carrie Huggins, one lot, one building, 1905 Adirondack Court, $5 etc.; Pete B. Floyd Estate to James O. Walker, one lot, one building, 2980 Shawside Drive, $34,000; Pete B. Floyd Estate to James O. Walker, one lot, 2990 Shawside Drive, $34,000; Secretary of Housing & Urban Development to Julia A. Budden, one lot, one building, 19 Corbett St., $16,000; Loretta L. Siefker Estate to Federal National Mortgage Association, one building, 3200 Siefker Lane, $2,500; Robert David and Vivi Brown to U.S. Bank NA (trustee), one lot, two buildings, 1654 Wheat St., $151,373. Robert Brandon Brown to U.S. Bank NA (trustee), one lot, two buildings, 1653 Maize St., $151,373; Barbara D. Maple to Secretary of Housing & Urban Development, one lot, one building, 47 W. Patricia Drive, $5,000; Owen S. and Andrea M. Freeland to Robin S. Singleton, one lot, one building, 605 Ginhouse Drive, $196,700; Stacy S. Parker to Ann D. Eldridge, Gristmill Lane / Loring Mill, $235,000; Loring Mill Pond Association to Ann D. Eldridge, Loring Mill Road, $5 etc.; Emanuel A. Dinkins et al to Emanuel A. Dinkins, one lot, one building, 1006 Decatur St., $5 etc.; Ryan A. and Melissa A. Mitrik to Debra A. and Randy W. Townsend, one lot, one building, $237,900. Michael A. McGinnis to Michael Jay and Catherine Naylor, three buildings, 2799 Creek Side Drive, $592,000; Michael S. and Mary Jamie Killaly to Martin Jr. and Mollie B. Poffenberger, one lot, one building, 3215 Dewees Court, $231,000; Scott A. Thompson to Nathan C. and Meredith L. McCaskey, one lot, one building, 3950 Cantle Drive, $164,500; Patty F. Lowery to Furman N. Thames, one lot, three buildings, 934 E. Fulton St., $5 etc.; Patty R. Lowery to Furman N. Thames, one lot, one building, 932 E. Fulton St., $5 etc.; John W. Gregory to Daniel J. Schroeder, one lot, one building, 5680 Cold Stream Drive, $85,000; John W. Gregory to Daniel J. Schroeder, Stateburg Township, $1,000. Timothy L. and Kristen G. Day to Secretary of Veterans Affairs, one lot,



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ith deer season winding down — we’ve only got a little over two weeks remaining — I thought I’d go back to something I wrote about during the early part of the season. Just after the season began, I did an article on a new product called “Nose Jammer.” The product is supposed to scramble the olfactory senses of a deer and render them useless. For my money a deer’s No. 1 defense mechanism is its sense of smell. They can smell an acorn from a half a mile and smell you and me from across the state, so anything that would confuse this sense would seem to be the perfect deer hunting product. Earle Since I began WOODWARD hunting exclusively with a bow some 15-plus years ago, I have spent a lot of time, money and effort into controlling my scent while hunting and I always play the wind direction. If the wind is not blowing from the right direction for a particular stand, I just don’t hunt that stand, regardless of how much I may want to do so. While I do put a lot of stock in scent-eliminating clothing, scentfree showers and scent-free laundry detergents, etc., nothing can get rid of every bit of human odor. I rely on the fact that scent just can’t travel upwind. So does the stuff work? I’m going to have to act like a politician and give you an answer like; “Yes, maybe; I think so, but I’m not sure; I’ll get back to you.” The truth is, for my money, it seems to be another tool in the scent control arsenal. I’ll explain. The very first time I used the stuff, I had eight does come from

downwind, cross behind me and then circle in front of me. They completed 270 degrees of a circle and never knew I was there. A week or so later, I was on another piece of property and had another couple of does cross downwind. I could tell when they hit my wind line because they both stopped for a second or two, seemed a little confused and then walked right on by me. They smelled something that got their attention, but it didn’t alarm them. A few mornings later, a young buck came running directly under my stand from downwind and never seemed to worry about any strange smell. I admit to gaining a lot of confidence in Nose Jammer over the course of the season. In a laboratory situation, in order to find out if something really works, you need a control situation. Would you get the same or different results had you done nothing? Well, the only way I know to get that answer was to hunt without using Nose Jammer, but keep everything else the same. I crawled into the stand last week without spraying the Nose Jammer on the base of the tree like I’d been doing all season long. It felt sort of strange. The stand I was in was in some fairly open woods that was a mixture of pines and hardwoods. From directly in front of the stand, I could see about 100 yards up an old logging road where the line of rubs and scrapes ran. The trail the deer used came to a small clearing just to the left of my stand and broke into two separate trails. The junction was right at 30 yards, but was obscured by twigs and small branches. Most of the deer walked along the nearer part of the trail, which put them walking by at 18 yards, the farther path

pushed on out to 40 yards fairly quickly. The wind was from the north, which meant that it was blowing at about 45 degrees away from the junction. Just after 5 p.m., and just after the sun went behind the trees, I watched a large deer walk across the logging road heading in my direction. As the deer emerged from the short oaks that edged the road and entered the small clearing, I was shocked to see the headgear he was wearing. What a set of antlers! The deer headed straight for the junction, took the nearer trail, which would put him in bow range in just a few steps, then stopped about two steps onto the trail. The buck stood there for 3-4 minutes and then took two steps back. He them selected the farther trail. This deer knew something wasn’t right, but could not figure it out. My guess is that the breeze that had been blowing had swirled my scent onto the trail at some point. The buck continued down the trail, stopping every few steps and freezing for a few minutes, to survey the area. The buck was about 60-70 yards away when he hit my scent line. There was no doubt about it; he gave a mighty snort and bolted into the creek bottom. When a deer catches a scent that alarms it, it will exhale quickly to clear its nostrils of other smells, causing a sneezing sound that also warns other deer. This was the first time I’d had that happen since before I started using Nose Jammer. The buck never returned. So does it work? My quick answer is yes, at least to some degree; I do think it helps. I can promise you that I’ll finish out the season using it, and in particular the next time I’m in that stand.


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WASHINGTON — A New Year’s deadline that could send the price of milk skyward looms over congressional negotiators as they try to reach agreement on a five-year farm bill. They’ve been tripped up by differences over the nation’s food stamp program and how to restructure farm subsidies. The two chambers have been far apart on both issues for more than two years. But the leaders of the House and Senate Agriculture committees expressed optimism after a private meeting Wednesday that they may be able to find resolution in time to narrowly avert the expiration of dairy subsidies on Jan. 1. If those subsidies expire, new laws will kick in that could result in decreased dairy supply on the commercial market and higher prices for a gallon of milk. Rep. Mike Conaway of Texas, a Republican on the House-Senate farm bill conference committee, said negotiators could possibly hold a public meeting next week for the conference committee to settle some of the remaining issues before the House leaves for the year on Dec. 13. But with a

final deal still elusive, it seems unlikely that Congress will finish the bill before the end of the year. On Thursday, House Speaker John Boehner said the bill should be extended through January while negotiators work out their differences. Boehner also contradicted the optimism of House Agriculture Committee Chairman Frank Lucas, ROkla., who said Wednesday that the two sides had made “great progress.” “You know, I’ve not seen any real progress on the farm bill,” Boehner said. “And so if we’ve got to pass a one-month extension of the farm bill, I think we ought to be prepared to do that.” An extension is not certain, however. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., has said he doesn’t want to extend the bill again after Congress already extended the bill at the beginning of this year. Finding a compromise on cuts to the nation’s $80 billion-a-year food stamp program has been the toughest obstacle over the last two years. The House passed a bill this summer that would cut $4 billion from food stamps — now known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP — an-

nually and allow states to create new work requirements for some recipients. The Democratic Senate, backed by President Barack Obama, passed a farm bill with $400 million annual cut, or a tenth of the House cut. Negotiators have discussed as a possibility cracking down further on a practice in some states of giving low-income people as little as $1 a year in home heating assistance, even when they don’t have heating bills, in order to make them eligible for increased food stamp benefits. The Senate found its $400 million in annual cuts by requiring that recipients receive at least $10 in assistance to make them eligible, while the House doubled that cut by requiring that recipients receive $20 annually — bringing the savings to around $800 million a year. It’s unclear whether a compromise would include the new work requirements passed by the House, but the Senate is unlikely to go along with those proposals. The Senate has also balked at a House provision to end government waivers that have allowed able-bodied adults without dependents to receive food stamps indefinitely. That

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FISHING REPORT Santee Cooper System Bream: Good. Captain Steve English reports that bream fishing continues to be pretty strong in the canal, although fish may be starting to move out into deeper water. Bream fishing has also been good around brushpiles, with the best concentrations of fish 12-16 feet down over the top of brush in 24-30 feet of water. Crappie: Good. Captain Steve English reports that crappie can be caught around brush, with the best action in 32-40 feet of water. Captain English has found that the crappie fishing is much better in the upper lake right now. Captain Jim Glenn reports that in addition to the brush pattern crappie have also been caught in good numbers in the bigger creeks on Lake Marion. Striped Bass: Fair. Captain Jim Glenn reports that overall striper fishing is fair, although by most accounts there are not many keeper fish being caught. Lake Murray Striped bass: Fair to good. Lake World reports that striper have moved up the lake and are mostly being found above Dreher Island. The most productive patterns have been fishing down-lines from the surface down to 30 feet, free-lining herring and trolling bucktails. Catfish: Good. Captain Chris Simpson reports that the bite has been very consistent on Murray recently. Drifting with cut herring over main lake humps that top out at 30-50 feet has been most productive, but the productive zone will vary from day to day. Lake Wateree Largemouth bass: Good. Right now, main lake rock and docks are the ticket. Fish shallow to medium depth Crankbaits and jigs. A shakey head trick worm will work as well. The grass is dying off, so that bite is pretty much dead. Lake Greenwood Largemouth Bass: Fair to good. Veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter reports that bass fishing has been pretty good on Lake Greenwood, and at times it has taken some big weights to win recent tournaments. Fish are starting to move into the backs of creeks, but they are not there yet. For now the best pattern is fishing jigs around docks in the middle part of the lake, concentrating on 3-5 feet of water. Catfish: Fair to good. Captain Chris Simpson reports that the channel catfish bite on Lake Greenwood is consistent. Lake Monticello Catfish: Good. Captain Chris Simpson reports that the fishing for big fish has been really consistent the last few weeks, and this year there have also been good numbers of teenage-sized fish that help pass the time between bites from the big ones. Most baitfish are holding in the 40-60 foot range, and in that range and a little deeper the majority of the big fish have been found. It’s not always necessary to fish around large schools of baitfish, but often it is an indicator that feeding cats are also present. Lake Russell Black Bass: Fair to good. Guide Wendell Wilson reports that fish have moved into a traditional late fall/ winter pattern, and most species are grouped up in about 30 feet of water around bait schools. The best locations are in the creeks along the edge of the channel, but the key is to locate schools of shad. Spotted and largemouth bass can be caught on jigging spoons and drop shot rigs. Crappie/ perch: Fair to good. Guide Wendell Wilson reports that crappie and perch are keyed around the same shad schools


that the bass are on, but the crappie action has been a little slower although a few can be caught. White perch have been biting well on minnows fished on drop shot rigs, and soon yellow perch should start to feed well, too. Crappie have moved off of the shallow brush piles. Lake Thurmond Crappie: Very good. Captain William Sasser reports that crappie fishing continues to be very strong around brush piles 15-18 feet deep in 20-25 feet of water. Fishing the Georgia Little River in the backs of coves has been good, and minnows have been the best bait. White Perch: Very good. Guide Wendell Wilson reports that at the top of Clark’s Hill big schools of white perch are being found on the bottom in about 22 feet of water. Some yellow perch are also mixed in as well as small striper, but the white perch sizes and numbers have been excellent. Minnows have been the best bait. Striped and Hybrid Bass: Good. Captain William Sasser reports that striper can be found way back in most or all of the major creeks. . Lake Wylie Catfish: Good. Captain Rodger Taylor reports that fishing for channels and blues has been strong over the past few weeks. Blues and channels are mixed together around the deep flats. Largemouth Bass: Slow. FLW Professional and Guide Matt Arey reports that bass fishing has been much tougher than usual and tournament weights have been way down on Lake Wylie. Fish are starting to get bunched up around deeper channel swings and in their traditional winter haunts. Bass are 100% focused on shad right now. Lake Jocassee Black Bass: Fair. The baitfish should continue to bunch up tighter and tighter and the bass action should continue to improve until temperatures get cold. Trout: Slow. The trout bite has been slow ever since the rain caused levels to rise rapidly and dirtied the water. November is traditionally a tough month but this month has been even tougher than usual. Try trolling minnows and spoons around 80 feet deep. Lake Keowee Largemouth and Spotted Bass: Slow to fair. Guide Brad Fowler reports that Lake Keowee bass fishing is pretty erratic right now, with some fish in the 15-20 foot range and others in 60 feet of water. Before the very cold snap there was also some schooling activity. The bait that the fish are keying on has been small threadfin shad. Overall the best patterns have been fishing a Scrounger head/fluke combination and fishing a finesse/ doodle worm on a drop shot. For schooling fish Spooks have been the best bet on top. Lake Hartwell Striped and Hybrid Bass: Slow to fair. Captain Bill Plumley reports that striper fishing has improved significantly on the lakes. Fish are scattered and they have been found out in the middle on the main lake and up the major rivers and creeks. Most fish are being caught trolling umbrella rigs and free lines right now, and there is less action on down lines. Crappie: Fair to good. Captain Bill Plumley reports that crappie fishing continues to improve. Fish are being caught right over the top of brush in 25 feet of water with minnows and jigs about 15-20 feet down. There also continues to be some action around bridges at night.


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separated separated foster foster children, children, she she had had no no idea that she her husband, husband, Jason, idea that she and and her Jason, wouldbecome soon become the parproud would soon the proud parents a sibling group of three. ents of aofsibling group of three. "I “I noticed noticed Josh, Josh, Kyla Kyla and and Skyler Skyler right right away ” she away and and fell fell in in love love with withthem, them," she says. “They had "Theywere were12, 12, 99 and and 8 and had been separated in foster care. care."” “I missed siblings every day,” "I missed mymy siblings every day," recalls Skyler, Sklyer, the the youngest. youngest. “When wife called "When mymy wife called meme onon thethe last night night ofof camp camp and told me about Kyla and her brothers, I couldn’t couldn't imagine them living living without withouteach each other, ” adds other," addsJason Jason Gerber. Gerber. “The wereadopted adoptedwas wasa a "The dayday wewewere dream come true," true,” gushes gushesKyla. Kyla. “We came camp summer "We came to to camp thatthat summer were always alwaysseparated. separated. because we were little did did we we know knowthat thatour ourmom mom And little right there therenext nexttotous, us," saysJosh. was right ” says Josh.Over the years, the “Home for the Over thespecials years, the "Home the to Holidays” have donefor much Holidays" specials have done much raise the perception of adoption as ato raise the perception of wanting adoptiontoas a sound option for those soundaoption those to are build family.for While thewanting producers build a family. the producers unable to trackWhile the number of are unableinspired to track by thethe number of adoptions programs, adoptions inspired byoftheitsprograms, they do have an idea they do have an idea ofin its effectiveness, at least oneeffectiveness, at least particular one particular area. "The idea forfor thethe show “The idea showwas wastotocreate overall national awareness forfor create overall national awareness adoption, and and II can two anecadoption, can tell tell you you two dotes aboutabout how how I know we'rewe’re having anecdotes I know an impact," Schreiberg relates.relates. "One having an impact, ” Schreiberg is every year we called “One is every yeardowea segment do a segment 'Children Waiting,' which is notisabout called ‘Children Waiting, ’ which not children who come together with about children who come together parents to form a family, but it's with parents to form a family, but chilit’s dren whowho areare stillstill outout there, children children there, who are who still waiting to find atofamily. children are still waiting find a We profile maybemaybe five orfive six or children family. We profile six a year, and all those kids in 15kids years children a year, and all those in haveyears become And almost 15 haveadopted. become adopted. Andall of them were adopted within 12 almost all of them were adopted months after the show. And who within 12 months after the show. And knows what kind of national impact who knows what kind of national we've had in terms of people who impact we’ve had in terms of people now have adoption in their head as a who now have adoption in their head


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as a possible solution to what possible solution to what they they may may want for their in future. the want for their own own life inlifethe future. There’s a million why There's a million reasonsreasons why people peopleand adopt, justtowant to adopt, we and just we want basically basically break anythat barriers break down anydown barriers may that may exist. Really, it’samazing an amazing exist. Really, it's an option option for sopeople." many people.” for so many “I also know what makes "I also know thatthat what makes thethe show so special to the people who have worked on it for 15 years is it's it’s 15 years one of of the the very very few shows one shows that that has has kind of of created created its own physical audikind audience. Wetotrykeep to keep the show ence. We try the show very very intimate and small very small intimate and very so allsotheall the the audience audience are are very very close in kids inin the proximity to to artists artistswho whoare are performperforming, but remarkable what’s remarkable ing, but what's to me isto me started is we started to realize thataudithe we to realize that the audience created by show, the ence itselfitself was was created by the meaning that the families that were show, meaning that the families that coming to thistoshow were were created by were coming this show the showbyitself. On the tenth created the show itself. Onanniverthe sary, Spielberg asked how tenthSteven anniversary, Steven Spielberg many in the audience askedpeople how many people in thewere touched or how manybyfamilies audiencebywere touched or how were thecreated show, and about manycreated familiesby were by the 90 percent of the90 audience show, and about percentstood of the up." audience stood up.” While getting foster While getting fosterchildren childreninto into permanent permanent families families is is the the show's show’s target result, thethelength target result, lengthofoftime timeit ithas has aired aired has has allowed allowed Schreiberg Schreiberg and and his his colleagues to witness witcolleagues the the opportunity opportunity to ness how much of a difference that how much of a difference that can can make a child's make in ainchild’s life. life. "The most rewarding thing “The most rewarding thingforforme," says Schreiberg, "is seeing kids kids that me,” says Schreiberg, “is seeing we werewere out -out out- of thatknew we knew outthe of systhe tem [where theythey were] on on their own system [where were] their in foster care care with with veryvery limited own in foster limited opportunities to gain gain stability, stability,and and opportunities to seeing kids were were taken taken inin seeing how how those those kids by see these by aa family, family, and and now now you you see these kids whether it’s it'sjust just perkids excelling excelling whether sonally or academically. You know, personally or academically. You know, it's been 15 it’s been 15years, years,and andsome someofofthese these early kids we profiled were 4 and 5 early kids we profiled were 4 and 5 years old, and now we're seeing them years old, and now we’re seeing them graduate from college. And that is graduate from college. And that is remarkable. remarkable.”

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HIGHLIGHTS The X Factor 8:00 p.m. on WACH Following star-studded musical performances from guests, the remaining finalists gather to learn who has been named the ultimate victor of season three and the recipient of the Sony recording contract worth $5 million; former parHost Mario ticipants return. Lopez reveals (HD) the winner live on part two of The Sing-Off the season 8:00 p.m. on WIS finale of "The X With only five Factor," airing groups left in the Thursday at running, the judges 8 p.m. on personally choose WACH. selections for the groups to perform live; the groups hope to make it to the finale. (HD) Project Runway All Stars 9:00 p.m. on LIFE The remaining designers team up with some of the world’s most influential fashion bloggers and stylists to determine what looks will be hot in 2014; Nina Garcia, Christian Siriano and Francisco Costa from Calvin Klein help judge. (HD) The Crazy Ones 9:01 p.m. on WLTX After a client with a lot of worldly experience comes into town, Sydney, Zach, and Simon each compete for her attention, only to realize they know too much about one another when things take a sexual nature. (HD) Rodeo Girls 10:00 p.m. on A&E The five feisty rodeo girls hit a standstill when they can’t agree on whether or not to compete in a racy bikini rodeo; Marvel’s questionable past finally catches up to her, and the entire group is left reeling as a result. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS Christmas in Washington 2013 8:00 p.m. on TNT Talented musical artists come together at the nation’s capital in order to celebrate the 2013 Christmas holiday by performing seasonal hits for the president of the United States and numerous other high-profiled politicians. I Love Lucy Christmas Special 8:00 p.m. on WLTX The Ricardos and Mertzes spend time together decorating a Christmas tree and reminiscing about how their lives have changed since the arrival of Little Ricky; The two couples visit Rome, where Lucy is invited to take part in a movie. Tanked 9:00 p.m. on ANPL Wayde and Brett are tasked with creating one of the largest cylinder tanks in ATM history at Highwoods Properties in Atlanta, with multiple holiday themes; the mayor of Henderson, Nevada, wants a snowglobe tank for their Winterfest celebration. (HD) Happiness Is a Warm Blanket, Linus (voiced by Charlie Brown Austin Lux) is 9:00 p.m. on urged to let go of WACH his childhood The stakes are high security blanket as Linus learns that on "Happiness Is his grandmother a Warm Blanket, will be visiting Charlie Brown," soon, and he must airing Friday at decide whether or 9 p.m. on WACH. not to get rid of his most cherished possession, but Charlie Brown, Lucy, and even Snoopy pitch in to help him kick his habit. (HD) Blue Bloods 10:00 p.m. on WLTX Danny finds that his loyalty is tested when he is assigned a case involving a childhood friend who is under investigation for ties to an infamous mob family; Frank is given word that crime rates are rising due to a judicial ruling about a policy. (HD)






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I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown! 8:00 p.m. on WOLO Rerun decides that he wants a dog more than anything else in the world, but when his parents won’t budge, and Charlie Brown won’t help him out, he decides to adopt Spike, Snoopy’s brother, after a holiday visit. Almost Human 8:00 p.m. on WACH When a high-profile missing persons case arises alongside a suspicious murder, Kennex and Dorian begin investigating the profitable world of Intimate Robot Companions for answers; no longer able to avoid it, Kennex must come to terms with his past. (HD) Marvel’s Agents Saturday at of S.H.I.E.L.D. 9 p.m. on WOLO, 9:00 p.m. on Agent Coulson WOLO (Clark Gregg) Agent Coulson and and his team his S.H.I.E.L.D. track down a team are tracking woman behind down a woman high-profile that has commitheists on "Marted a high number vel's Agents of of high-profile S.H.I.E.L.D." heists without any help, but her identity may put Coulson in an awkward and dangerous position that could ruin his career. (HD) The Wizard of Oz 9:15 p.m. on TNT When a tornado tears through a small farm in Kansas, a girl and her dog are transported into a colorful world of magic and mystery, where in hope of returning home, they are forced to seek help from a wise and powerful wizard. (HD) Saturday Night Live 11:29 p.m. on WIS Scheduled: Jimmy Fallon hosts; musician Justin Timberlake performs. (HD)

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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 Sun. 8:00am. The Awful Truth aaac ‘37 Irene Dunne. A divorcing husband and wife try to reconcile after playing the jealousy card. NR (1:45) TCM Fri. 1:30pm.

B Batman Begins aaac ‘05 Christian Bale. A billionaire develops a dual personality to fight crime in Gotham City. PG-13 (3:00) SYFY Thu. 8:00pm., Fri. 5:00pm. The Big Heat aaac ‘53 Glenn Ford. A brave and honest policeman tries to take down a gangster and corrupt cops. NR (1:45) TCM Fri. 10:00pm. Bringing Up Baby aaac ‘38 Katharine Hepburn. A screwball heiress falls madly in love with a reserved paleontologist. NR (2:00) TCM Sun. 4:00pm.

C Carol for Another Christmas aaac ‘64 Sterling Hayden. Industrial tycoon’s

ACROSS 1. “The Love __” (1977-87) 5. “Sanford and __” 8. Turner, for one 9. Battery size 10. Sitcom for Malin Akerman (2) 14. Ribbed 15. Comment from Homer 17. Jackie __ 21. Actress on “The Golden Girls” 22. Lamb bearer 23. Gofer’s tasks 28. “Parks __ Recreation” 29. “Hill __ Blues” 31. Actor on “Castle” (2) 35. “__ Life to Live” 36. Actress Chase 37. “Sweet Nothing in My __”;

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2008 TV movie 38. Actor __ McDonough DOWN 1. Lunch order, familiarly 2. Gondola operator’s need 3. “__ World” (1964-99) 4. 2001 Ethan Hawke movie 5. __ __ mouthful; made an impact with one’s words 6. Clumsy fellow 7. Refusal on the braes 11. Broom-Hilda, for one 12. Fashion designer’s monogram 13. “__ Willie Winkie” 15. Dr. of rap 16. “On __ Own” (1994-95) 18. Setting for “Frasier”

19. “My __ Worst Enemy”; 2008 Christian Slater series 20. Stacey’s man 24. Actor on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” 25. Ultimate degree 26. Actress Joanne 27. “1,000 Places to __ Before You Die” 30. One of John-Boy’s sisters 31. Cheech’s role on “Nash Bridges” 32. “Bird __ __ Wire”; 1990 Mel Gibson film 33. “__ Pablo”; 1984 Paul Rodriguez sitcom 34. Mr. Mineo

change of heart during the Chrismas holiday. NR (1:30) TCM Thu. 2:15am. A Christmas Carol aaac ‘51 Alastair Sim. A miser learns a valuable lesson concerning his negative view of humanity. NR (1:30) TCM Thu. 10:00pm.

D A Damsel in Distress aaa ‘37 Fred Astaire. A dancer is enlisted to rescue a titled woman from an arranged marriage. NR (1:45) TCM Wed. 2:00am. The Departed aaaa ‘06 Leonardo DiCaprio. An undercover cop discovers that a mobster is working as a police officer. R (3:30) SPIKE Wed. 12:00pm., Thu. 9:00am.

F Face/Off aaa ‘97 John Travolta. A federal agent has his face altered to match a dangerous criminal’s. R (3:00) TNT Sun. 3:00pm.

G Galaxy Quest aaa ‘99 Joe Frank. Washed-up actors assist a dying race of aliens in their war for survival. PG (2:36) COM Mon. 1:16pm. Ghost aaac ‘90 Patrick Swayze. A murdered man’s spirit tries to warn his girlfriend that her life is in danger. PG-13 (3:00) AMC Mon. 12:00pm.

H The Holiday aaa ‘06 Cameron Diaz. Two women suffering from romance woes decide to swap homes over Christmas. PG13 (2:15) TCM Tue. 11:30pm.

I Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade aaac ‘89 Harrison Ford. In 1938, Indiana Jones embarks on a quest to find his father and the Holy Grail. PG-13 (2:48) USA Sat. 2:04pm. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom aaac ‘84 Harrison Ford. Relicseeking archaeologist sets out in search of the legendary Ankara stone. PG (2:33) USA Sat. 11:31am.

J Jaws aaac ‘75 Roy Scheider. A great white shark begins to menace the waters of a New England resort town. PG (2:15) TCM Sat. 5:45pm.

L The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring aaaa ‘01 Elijah Wood. A young hobbit is tasked with transporting a ring of immense power. PG-13 (4:00) TNT Wed. 1:00pm. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers aaaa ‘02 John Rhys-Davies. Frodo and Sam continue their quest to destroy the One Ring in Mordor. PG-13 (4:00) TNT Wed. 5:00pm.

M Mary Poppins aaac ‘64 Julie Andrews. A magically perfect nanny brings profound change to a London family in 1910. G (3:00) FAM Wed. 8:00pm., Thu. 9:00am.

N A Night at the Opera aaac ‘35 Groucho Marx. Three friends invent madcap schemes to advance the careers of two opera singers. NR (2:00) TCM Sun. 6:00am.

O On the Town aaac ‘49 Gene Kelly. Three sailors spend their shore leave enjoying the sights in New York City. NR (1:45) TCM Wed. 9:45am. Othello aaa ‘65 Sir Laurence Olivier. Othello comes to doubt the fidelity of his bride because of Iago’s lies. NR (3:00) TCM Tue. 1:30pm.

P Pickpocket aaac ‘59 Martin LaSalle. A young pickpocket must steal for survival after his mother dies. NR (1:30) TCM Sun. 2:00am. Pitch Black aaa ‘00 Vin Diesel. Survivors marooned on a desert planet are hunted by flesh-eating creatures. R (2:30) SYFY Sat. 9:00pm.

R Raiders of the Lost Ark aaaa ‘81 Harrison Ford. Archaeologist Indiana Jones

searches for the lost Ark of the Covenant. PG (2:31) USA Sat. 9:00am. Red River aaac ‘48 John Wayne. A young man disagrees with the way his foster father runs his cattle empire. NR (2:30) TCM Thu. 5:30pm. Remember the Night aaac ‘40 Barbara Stanwyck. An assistant district attorney brings a shoplifter to his home for Christmas. NR (1:45) TCM Tue. 9:45pm.

S Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan aaac ‘82 Teresa E. Victor. Khan seeks revenge on Kirk for exiling him on a harsh, unforgiving planet. PG (2:30) SYFY Tue. 6:30pm. Sullivan’s Travels aaac ‘41 Joel McCrea. A wealthy director disguises himself as a hobo to learn about poverty. NR (1:45) TCM Fri. 4:15am.

T The Thin Man aaac ‘34 William Powell. A retired detective and his wife are hired to investigate a missing person case. NR (2:00) TCM Sun. 6:00pm. 28 Days Later aaac ‘02 Cillian Murphy. A young man awakes from a coma to find the country infested with zombies. R (2:30) SYFY Sun. 9:00pm., Mon. 4:30pm., Sat. 11:30pm.

W The Wizard of Oz aaac ‘39 Judy Garland. After a tornado, a farm girl and her dog are transported into a magical world. NR (2:15) TNT Sat. 7:00pm, 9:15pm.










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