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Massage therapy students 1st in state for hospital rotations BY JADE ANDERSON


Sue Craven, a Central Carolina Technical College massage therapy student, demonstrates how she rubs the hands of patients undergoing chemotherapy at McLeod Regional Medical Center in Florence.

Not many things can make chemotherapy better. “You begin to feel normal again,” said Raquel Serrano, a certified oncology social worker for the McLeod Cancer Center in Florence. “That touch, that massage, helps you put the little pieces back together. Along with other modalities in integrated medicine, massage is one of those that are very soothing.” Central Carolina Technical College’s Massage Therapy was recently recognized by the S.C. State Massage Therapy Board as the first school in the state to have hospital rotations for its students. Only three other states in the country have similar programs — Oregon, Minnesota and Washington. This semester, as part of a grant, 12 students are going to McLeod Re-

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gional Medical Center in Florence and offering hand massages to oncology patients receiving infusions. “It’s been a very positive experience,” said Brent Jackson, massage therapy academic program manager. “The importance of touch and its impact has been the subject of so many studies by large, major universities. It decreases cortisol, a stress hormone. It increases the cells’ ability to combat the effects of chemo and gives the patients a better quality of life.” The program has been getting good feedback, especially in the form of “wonderful emails from patients,” said Mima Laney, Central Carolina’s dean of health sciences. “The oncology patients couldn’t be happier, so we’re tickled pink,” Serrano said. “In fact, today (Thursday), I was visiting a patient getting a SEE MASSAGE, PAGE A7


take over ... laser tag, that is BRISTOW MARCHANT Human beings fought for their lives against a swarm of undead zombies in Sumter on Saturday, struggling against shambling corpses hungry for human brains. Their only defense: shoot their lumbering attackers square in the forehead. With lasers. It wasn’t the zombie apocalypse. Instead, it was a promotion for comic book and gaming stores. Nuklear Comix and Stronghold Gaming co-hosted Saturday’s event, which pitted human competitors against zombies, made up with fake blood, in an obstacle course game of laser tag, with equipment provided by Go Go Laser Tag of Lexington. The battlefield for about 30 participants was a lot behind the neighboring storefronts on South Pike West. “We’re just trying to do different stuff every month, to get people into the store,” said Barry Edwards, owner of Nuklear Comix. Edwards said he didn’t have to think too long about what this month’s event should be. “‘The Walking Dead’ has its premiere (today),” he said, referencing the popular zombie-themed series on AMC. “It was a comic book first, and we sell the ‘Walking Dead’ comic, so I thought maybe it’s a good time for this.” The game pitted two competing teams of humans, mostly kids, against each each other as well as a team of


Zombie Brad Hyde chases a player during Zombie Laser Tag on Saturday in Sumter.

“walkers” with laser sensors strapped to their foreheads. The zombies also carried laser guns (it was the only way the sensors would work), but they could only eliminate their opponents flag-football style, by pulling a flag strapped to their arm. And to keep zombie purists happy, they were required to be slow-walkers. No running zombies allowed. Josh Warren signed up to be a member of the zombie team. He practiced his zombie walk in

the parking lot before the game, his shirt and the area around his mouth covered in red dye. SEE ZOMBIES, PAGE A7

Paddy Rolow gets his zombie make-up done by Angela Payne in preparation for Zombie Laser Tag on Saturday behind the Nuklear Comix shop and Stronghold Gaming center.

The Air Force told Stan Schaetzle to come to Sumter, but he and his family decided to make it their home. From the time he was posted to Shaw Air Force Base in 1977, the Omaha, Neb., native threw himself into his new community. After his discharge in 1982, Col. Schaetzle got involved with multiple community groups, military organizations and charitable events, almost up to the time of his death on Friday at age 78. “Everywhere we ever lived, I just remember him having a gaggle of people around him,” said daughter Terri Schaetzle. “He was known everywhere for as far back as I can remember. He was a cream-ofthe-crop sort of PHOTO PROVIDED guy, but Stan Schaetzle, who died on he was very mod- Friday at age 78, served a lengthy military career and est about was involved in many comit.” Schaet- munity groups, military organizations and charitable zle’s son, Bud, who events in Sumter after being stationed at Shaw Air Force like his sister fin- Base in 1977. ished high school in Sumter after moving from base to base growing up in a military family, remembers his father as a shining example to those around him. “He was the only person I know who never said an ill word about anyone,” Bud Schaetzle said. “That’s something he passed on to his kids and his grandkids. I don’t think he could have been a better role model.” Besides his two children, Schaetzle is survived by granddaughters Alexis, 25, and Meghan, 24, and grandson Max, 24. He was predeceased by his wife of 40 years, Lois, in 1994. Schaetzle served a lengthy military career dating back to his time as an ROTC cadet on the Omaha campus of the University of Nebraska in the 1950s. He served as a pilot in the U.S. SEE SCHAETZLE, PAGE A4


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Local men’s shelter officially set to shut down Friday BY BRISTOW MARCHANT The men’s shelter ordered to shut down by the county planning department will officially close its doors Friday. The Lighthouse of Hope, a shelter operating for the past seven years out of a house on Laverne Street, will cease operations on Feb. 15 after receiving a one-week extension on the 20-day notice mailed almost a month ago. “We’re just trying to abide by the

laws and not start any trouble,” said Jeff Yarborough, who operated the shelter on a residential street. Yarborough received a letter from the Sumter County Planning Department on Jan. 18 after complaints from neighbors led to an inspection. Planners determined the use of the house as a “group dwelling” made up of “several unrelated persons” was not allowed under the county zoning ordinance which designates Laverne Street as a single-family residential area. Five men were staying in the house

at the time the notice was mailed, many of them recently released from jail or otherwise with nowhere else to go. Only two remained in the home as of Friday. The house had been donated by its previous owner to the Lighthouse of Hope for use as a men’s shelter. The facility focused on treating men with alcohol or substance abuse problems in a supportive and structured environment. Yarborough said previously the shelter had never had a complaint about its operations prior to last month’s inspection.

It was unclear if the Lighthouse of Hope will try to re-open the shelter at another location or if Friday will be the last time the non-profit will ever be able to offer this service. Efforts to reach planning department officials were unsuccessful. Yarborough thanked members of the community for their support over the years and in the weeks since the shelter was told to close. “I appreciate any prayers and good wishes that anybody has sent us,” he said.

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School board to meet at Ebenezer Middle The Sumter School District Board of Trustees will hold a regular meeting Monday at Ebenezer Middle School, 3440 Ebenezer Road, Sumter. Executive session to receive a personnel report and a proposed property contractual matter will begin at 6 p.m. Open session begins at 6:45 p.m. If warranted, action will be taken on executive session items. Trustees will also vote on a 2013-14 board meeting schedule and Early Head Start prioritization guidelines. They will receive a financial update, a chamber retreat update and an S.C. Alliance of Black School Educators update. Principal Marlene De Wit is scheduled to make a school presentation.

Spartanburg teacher faces sex charge SPARTANBURG — A former Spartanburg High School teacher and coach is accused of sexually touching a student. The Spartanburg Herald Journal reported Friday that authorities had charged Courtney Clark Kay third-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor under age 16. The Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office launched an investigation after a parent complained that the 29-year-old teacher inappropriately communicated with her 14-year-old child through Facebook. Kay was the student’s science teacher. She also previously coached the girls’ junior varsity volleyball team. Investigators say they later determined that Kay touched the victim in a sexually inappropriate manner while on the school campus and that the teacher confessed to most of the victim’s allegations. Kay was booked into jail Friday about 9:45 p.m. It was not immediately clear if she yet had an attorney.


will be on the letter we give the schools,” McKellar said. Huggins said the supplies will be appreciated. “They will love that,” he said. “We can always use supplies. The more we have, the more we’re able to do. It’s not just now. Teachers have always taken money out of their own pockets for necessary class purchases. Some of those involved are retired educators so they know how much this means.” For more information or to donate, contact Mariah McKellar at (803) 316-3249 or Tammi Soles, (803) 5654215.

BISHOPVILLE — Cynthia Hicks told a circuit court judge that she was “stupid” and “wrong” in stealing three packs of steak from the Piggly Wiggly in Bishopville shortly before Christmas. Third Circuit Judge George C. James sentenced Hicks on Tuesday to 90 days for the shoplifting enhanced charge she received on Dec. 19, 2012, after the Lee County Sheriff’s Department was notified that a woman took the steaks from the grocery store. Hicks was identified from video surveillance footage. She told James she returned the packages to the deputies. Third Circuit Assistant Solicitor Cliff Scott said that Hicks’ charge was enhanced because of a prior criminal record that included multiple property offenses. “There is a record dating back to 1989,” Scott told James. Hicks’ charge is listed as a third or subsequent offense, according to the Lee County Public Index. Her record includes a strong arm robbery conviction from February 2011, where she was sentenced to six years in prison, suspended to two years of probation and $500 in restitution. James told Hicks she could be sentenced up to 10 years in prison for the shoplifting enhanced offense, telling her any subsequent property offense will automatically guarantee her 10 years. He revoked 30 days of the probation Hicks was serving for the strong arm robbery and extended it for a year so she can continue to pay the restitution. Hicks’ attorney, 3rd Circuit Assistant Public Defender L. McGill Bell, had asked James for a lenient sentence. “We believe she has a good chance to get out and hopefully get her life back on the straight and narrow,” Bell said.

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From left, Joye Wilson, Sumter Education Task Force member and retired Sumter School District employee; Mariah McKellar, SETF board member; Rose-Marie Richardson, Crestwood High School assistant principal; and Tammi Soles, SETF president, gather around a box of treats. Richardson said the teachers would really appreciate the gesture.

Group collects supplies in ‘Friendly Fridays’ launch BY JADE ANDERSON Teachers in six local schools got a treat Friday — literally. In the third installment of what the group has termed “Friendly Fridays,” members of the Sumter Education Task Force took boxes of goodies to the three Sumter high schools — Crestwood, Lakewood and Sumter High — as well as Oakland Primary, Hillcrest Middle and Ebenezer Middle. “We believe this will help to boost the morale of our teachers here in Sumter School District,” said Tammi Soles, task force president. “We knew we wanted to do a supply drive, but that was a big endeavor. We wanted to do something now.” Mariah McKellar, a task force board member, came up with the idea of taking notes of appreciation and bags of treats to the schools. Other members soon joined in looking on Pinterest for ideas. “Joye (Wilson) and Albertha (Bannister) have a Cricut, and they know how to use it,” Soles joked about the two retired educators. A Cricut is a cutting machine for crafts. At Crestwood, every teacher in the school received a purple bag — one of the school’s colors — with a pack of popcorn and a note that said “For a very POPular teacher.” “You have heard morale has been bad for one reason or another,” said John Huggins, Crestwood’s principal. “Too frequently, we appreciate people but don’t say anything. This says, ‘We see

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BISHOPVILLE — Lee County Council is taking the action necessary to benefit from the one-penny sales tax approved by voters in the general election even before the revenue starts coming in later this year. Lee County Council will hold a public hearing during its regular meeting at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Lee County Courthouse on the matter of selling bonds in anticipation of the sales tax. Following the public hearing, county council is expected to give second reading approval of an ordinance providing for the issuance of the bonds, said County Administrator Alan Watkins. Third reading and final approval of the bond ordinance will be considered at the council’s regular March meeting, he said. “Once the bond ordinance is passed, we can then put out a bid for the lowest interest rate on the maximum amount of money that an underwriter will approve for us to borrow up front,” Watkins said. By selling bonds in March, Watkins expects bond sales to bring in 50 to 60 percent of the $8 million expected to be generated by the sales tax during the eight years of the tax. The 49 capital projects identified in the bond referendum are prioritized, and the projects will have to be addressed in order. Watkins expects to be able to begin carrying out 12 to 14 of the 49 capital projects after the bonds are sold in March or April. The town of Lynchburg has adopted a resolution endorsing the bonding of the expected revenue. Lee County will receive about 80 percent of the revenue while Lynchburg will receive 2 percent. City of Bishopville Administrator Gregg McCutchen said council did not take action on the matter at its meeting on Tuesday, citing more time was needed to study the matter of selling bonds. Bishopville will ultimately receive 18 percent of the

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SCHAETZLE from Page A1 Air Force for 25 years, serving deployments to Korea, North Africa and Southeast Asia before finishing his career at Shaw. By then, he and his family were tightly knit into the local community, with both his children attending college in South Carolina. Terri Schaetzle remembers taking classes at USC Sumter shortly after her father left the Air Force and started taking a restaurant course at the same school. “Every once in a blue moon we would pass each other on campus, and that was a thrill,” she said. “It’s like he was always bored. He had to have something to do, and he had this fantasy for a while of opening up a restaurant with my mother. He had a ball taking that course.” He may not have started a restaurant, but Schaetzle stayed active in his semi-retirement. He was a member of the Air Force Association (AFA), the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) and the Order of Daedalians, a club for former military pilots. For a time, Schaetzle served as the chapter president of both the AFA and MOAA and for three years was state president of the MOAA. Schaetzle’s dedication is also credited with reviving two local institutions. When his wife was stricken with cancer, he became an active supporter of Relay for Life and served for a decade as a chairman of the annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast, turning it into a gala event that now draws a crowd of hundreds every year. Jim Field served with Schaetzle at Shaw and later co-chaired the committee that organized the prayer breakfast, taking on more of Schaetzle’s responsibilities as his health declined. “His big expertise was in getting other people involved. All the people on the committee were hand-selected, and many of them are still on it,” Field said. “He never met someone who wasn’t a friend, and if he did, they were a friend by the time he stopped talking to them.” Sumter Mayor Joe McElveen not only got to know Schaetzle from his work on the prayer breakfast, but also knew his wife, Lois, from her years as a legal assistant at the Bryan Law Firm, where McElveen practices. “Stan will be remembered more for the kind of person and friend that he was than for what he did,” McElveen said. “He was like how all people of faith want to be; a committed servant and a great family man.” Terri Schaetzle describes her father as a “deep, driven Christian.” “He was always looking out for others,” she said, “whether it was for church, or the prayer breakfast, or Relay for Life, of making sure his grandkids had fun or helping my mom with her medical care.” In the last years of his life, Schaetzle played an integral part in establishing a new church in Sumter. In 2011, he was part of a group that split from St. James Lutheran Church over scriptural

disagreements with its parent denomination, and founded Immanuel Lutheran Church. “We learned he had a strong faith, a strong leader,” said Susan Keefe, a member of the Immanuel group. “He worked tirelessly when we got started. It was not our intention to

start a new church, but we decided, and he did not try to force his opinions on us.” Today, Immanuel Lutheran has a small congregation that shares a church building with St. John United Methodist. Shortly after the new church got started, Schaetzle began a yearlong struggle with glioblastoma, a rare form of

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old to take. “He was stoic,” the younger Schaetzle said. “He knew he was facing long odds, and he chose to take on this grueling program. He had a strong faith. I honestly don’t know I could have handled it as well as he did.” As much as the community will miss Schaetzle’s commitment and

activism, his family always remained Schaetzle’s top priority. “My heart goes out to his children,” McElveen said. “They can feel good because of the way they worked to make his last months good months. They dropped everything and came here to see him through.” — Bristow Marchant

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STANLEY O. SCHAETZLE Stanley O. Schaetzle, 78, passed away Friday, Feb. 8, in Sumter, surrounded by family and friends. “Stan The Man� was born to the late Carl and Pearl Schaetzle on April 5, 1934, in Omaha, Neb. He graduated from Omaha South High in 1952, SCHAETZLE where he was inducted into the South High Athletic Hall of Fame in 2001 and the Omaha South High Magnet School Hall of Fame in 2011. A three-sport star athlete, Stan was recruited to play basketball by two legendary college coaches — Kentucky’s Adolph Rupp and Kansas’ Phog Allen — but chose the University of Nebraska at Omaha, where he earned nine athletic letters in baseball and basketball from 1953-1957. He set several athletic records which still stand today: A perfect 9-0 season as a pitcher in 1956 and the high-scoring records for most field goals (17) and most points (49) in a single game. He was inducted into the University’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 1981. He married high school sweetheart Lois Ann Bertolini in 1954, completed ROTC training in 1957 and was commissioned in the U.S. Air Force. In 1959, he completed jet pilot training at Webb AFB, Texas, and helicopter pilot training at Stead AFB, Nev. He then spent 25 years serving in assignments in Korea, Japan, Thailand, Libya, Vietnam (two tours), Texas, Missouri, California, Arizona, Kansas and Washington, D.C. He earned a master’s degree in 1960 and graduated from the U.S. Army’s Command and General Staff College (1971), Electronic Warfare School (1978) and the USAF Air War College (1978). A proud and dedicated patriot, Stan’s colorful military career included flying the first rescue mission to save a downed American pilot in North Vietnam, which earned him a Silver Star for gallantry in action in 1964. He attained the rating of command pilot; worked on the air staff at the Pentagon; led the USAF contingent for President Jimmy Carter’s Inauguration; served as the commandant of the NCO Academy in Washington, D.C.; commanded the 703rd TASS helicopter squadron at Shaw AFB; and retired in 1982 as a member of the 9th Air Force Headquarters staff. Among his many military honors and decorations are the Silver Star, Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, Air Medal, Marksmanship Ribbon, Combat Readiness Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with three Bronze Service Stars, Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross, Vietnam Campaign Medal, and the Air Force Presidential Unit Award with 10 Oak Leaf Clusters. Following his retirement from the Air Force, Stan, a big believer in “giving back,� threw himself into his second

hometown of Sumter. Among his many community, civic and military activities, he served as a member of the boards of directors of the Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce, the Sumter Chapter of the American Lung Association, Crime Stoppers, the Tuomey Hospital Hospice Advisory Board, the Christian Businessmen’s Committee and the Sumter Sunrise Rotary Club. He was also a life member of the USAF Helicopter Pilots Association, the Air Force Association, the Order of Daedalians, the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Following the death of his wife, Lois, in 1994, Stan was instrumental in revitalizing the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life program in Sumter, contributing his considerable fundraising and networking skills to a cause in which he deeply believed. Always pleased to see people of faith coming together to make the world a better place, he also provided a special brand of lead-

ership to the annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast at the behest of Mayor Joe McElveen, who presented him with the Gamecock City Award this past May. A faithful and active Lutheran all his life, Stan was a longtime worshipper at St. James Lutheran Church, where he served as president of the church council and chairman of the finance committee, Bible class leader and several terms as head usher. He was also a member of Via de Cristo, the South Carolina Lutheran Men. He later took a leading role in the formation of Sumter’s new Immanuel Lutheran Church and took great pride in his last years as an active and productive member of Immanuel’s optimistic, warm-hearted and life-affirming family of parishioners, who lent him great comfort in his last days. Stan is survived by his daughter Terri Lynn McKenna of Los Angeles; son Stanley O. “Bud� Schaetzle Jr. and wife, Tricia Schaetzle, of Los Angeles; grand-


daughters Alexis Schaetzle and Meghan Schaetzle, both of New York City; grandson Max Schaetzle of Los Angeles; sister Mariann Childs and husband, Frank Childs III, of Thayne, Wyoming; niece Deborah Sumnick and nephews Kurt Schaetzle and Scott Schaetzle, of Omaha, Neb.; nieces Carla Rudolf and Laura King, of Idaho Falls, Idaho; and beloved friend Pat Ferro of Sumter. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday at the Bullock Funeral Home at 1190 Wilson Hall Road in Sumter. You may sign the family’s guest book at The family has chosen Bullock Funeral Home for the arrangements. ROBERTHA O. DOW Robertha Oliver Dow was born on Saturday, March 15, 1930, in Clarendon County. She was a daughter of the late Annie Liza Oliver Dow.

She was the widow of Leroy Dow. She was a member of New Light Missionary Baptist Church, Davis Station. Mrs. Dow sang with the Supreme Angels for 15 years. She was a member of the New Light Gospel Choir and served as a missionary. Mrs. Dow attended the public schools of Clarendon County. She was employed as a housekeeper and a poultry farm DOW worker for many years. She entered into eternal rest on Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center, Sumter. Mrs. Dow leaves to cherish her memories: two sons, Leroy Dow Jr. of Sumter and Willie Edward (Kimberly) Dow of Manning; six daughters, Sallie (Arthur) Dingle, Deloris (Sampson) Simon, Romell Dow, Leah Dow, all of Summerton, and Clotell Davis and Jacqueline

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THOMAS TAYLOR Lt. Col. Thomas Jerod Taylor (USAF, retired), 78, beloved husband of 57 years to Margaret Wise Taylor, died on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013, at Baptist Medical Center. He was born in Edmund, the youngest son of the late John Taylor and Queen Sox Taylor. He was a graduate of the University of South TAYLOR Carolina and upon graduation received his commission in the U.S. Air Force. He proudly served with loyal and dedicated service in the U.S. Air Force for 29 years. His service encompassed tours of duty in the U.S., Germany, United Kingdom, France, Vietnam, Thailand, Japan and Okinawa. Col. Taylor held many responsible positions within Tactical Air Command, where he accumulated more than 4,100 hours in three different aircrafts. Following his commissioning from ROTC in 1957, he received his navigator wings at Harlingen AFB, Texas, and after completing electronic warfare officer training at Keesler AFB, Miss., Col. Taylorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s initial assignments were in the RB66C with the 10th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing at Spangdahlem AFB, Germany; Chelveston RAFB, England, and Toul-Rossières AFB, France. In June 1963, he was assigned to the 363rd Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, Shaw AFB. He held the position of chief of the electronic warfare officers section and was responsible for 55 other EWOs. In April 1965, Col. Taylor was the Chief EWO on the initial Deployment of EB-66s to

Southeast Asia. He planned, and his crew flew, the first EB-66 mission over North Vietnam. His crew also detected the first operations surface-to-air missile site in North Vietnam and, two days later, provided ECM protection enabling the strike force to successfully destroy the site. In May 1966, Col. Taylor returned from Southeast Asia after completing 100 missions over North Vietnam. He was assigned to the Tactical Air Reconnaissance Center at Shaw AFB as project engineer for tactical EW systems, testing and evaluation. In February 1969, Col. Taylor was assigned to the 19th Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron at Itazuke, Japan, as the squadron EWO. He then moved with the unit in May 1969 to Kadena AFB, Okinawa. In August 1970, he returned to the CONUS and was assigned to the 57th Fighter Weapons Wing at Nellis AFB in Nevada as an F-111 test project officer and later as F-111 OT&E commander in charge of all F-111 flight testing. In August 1974, Col. Taylor was assigned to the 347th Tactical Fighter Wing, Korat AFB, Thailand, as the F-111 Wing EWO. He returned to the 57th Fighter Weapons Wing as chief of operations and training in March 1975. In October 1976, Col. Taylor was assigned to Ninth Air Force Headquarters, as chief of electronic combat operations. He was serving in this position when he retired. Col. Taylorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s outstanding management of all electronic combat operations and equipment within Ninth Air Force have significantly enhanced

USCENTAF combat capability. This was reflected by Ninth Air Force Wings receiving all four TAC Electronic Excellence Awards. Col. Taylorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s decorations included the Distinguished Flying Cross with two Oak Leaf Clusters and the Air Medal with five Oak Leaf Clusters. His singularly distinctive accomplishments in the U.S. Air Force culminate a distinguished career in the service of his country and reflected a great credit upon himself and the U.S. Air Force. After his retirement, he worked with the South Carolina State Housing Authority in both Sumter and Columbia. He was a board member and treasurer of Washington Place and a member of the Sumter Lions Club, where he was a past president. He was an active member of St. James Lutheran Church, where he was past treasurer and a member of the Henry Martin Sunday School Class. Surviving in addition to his wife are: one son, Thomas J. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Jerryâ&#x20AC;? Taylor Jr. of Sumter; two daughters, Renee Taylor Brunson and her husband, David, of Sumter, and Melanie Taylor Dixon and her husband, Tim, of Randleman, N.C.; one sister, Annie Taylor Bradbury of Vineland, N.J.; and four grandchildren, Jessica Brunson and her fiancĂŠ, Chad Jolly, Taylor Brunson, Alicia Dixon and Burrell Taylor. He was preceded in death by: three brothers, Harold â&#x20AC;&#x153;Peteâ&#x20AC;? Taylor, Hubert Taylor and Wilmer â&#x20AC;&#x153;Billâ&#x20AC;? Taylor; and two sisters, Marquerite Rish and Rosabelle Backman. A funeral service will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013, at 11 a.m. at the St. James Lutheran Church with


the Rev. Keith Getz officiating. Interment will follow at the Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery with full military honors. The family will receive friends on Monday, Feb. 11, 2013, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Bullock Funeral Home. You may sign the familyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s guest book at The family has chosen Bullock Funeral Home for the arrangements. ABRAHAM CAPERS Abraham Capers of 1267 Northwood Residential Home died

Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013. Born in Lee County, he was the son of the late Henry and Winnie McMillian Capers. The family will receive relatives and friends at the home of his brother and sisterin-law, Wayne and Margaret Capers of 27 Oakview St. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Scrivenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Funeral Home.

Feb. 8, 2013, at his home in Columbia. Services will be announced by the Elmore Hill McCreight Funeral Home & Crematory, 221 Broad St., Sumter. (803) 7759386. JOHN WARREN Jr. John Cleveland Warren Jr., 92, beloved husband of 45 years to Virginia Ann Beall Warren, died on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Plans will be announced by Bullock Funeral Home.

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ZOMBIES from Page A1 â&#x20AC;&#x153;We play cards at Stronghold, and we come into the comic store sometimes and they had fliers up everywhereâ&#x20AC;? for Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s event, Warren said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Anytime you put â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;humans versus zombiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;lasersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; in the same sentence, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going to get a lot of nerds signing up.â&#x20AC;? Brad Hyde said he spent â&#x20AC;&#x153;less than 20, more than 5â&#x20AC;? minutes getting his zombie makeup applied in the back of Nuklear Comix. â&#x20AC;&#x153;First, they put on a base coat, then they had effects and blood they added on,â&#x20AC;? he said. Nuklear employees Angela Payne and Jason Graham applied the zombie makeup for the competitors. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve done zombie makeup before, for Halloween,â&#x20AC;? Graham said,

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he remarkable Glen Sharp was 91 years old when he died Jan. 26 at Covenant Place. Like everyone who knew and admired Mr. Sharp, I suspect few of us knew as much about him as we thought until we read his fascinating obituary. He was born in 1921 in Grovania, Ga., which is 50 miles south of Macon in the middle of nowhere. As a young child he moved to Edinburgh, Texas, a town 30 miles from the Mexican border that appears on the map to be about the Graham farthest south you can OSTEEN get in this country. He lost his father, grandfather, grandmother and aunt within a 10-year period in the late 1920’s and early 1930’s and like many of his generation grew up poor and affected in powerful ways by the Great Depression. He was determined, smart and very resilient. As a teenager, he lost an eye in a Boy Scout camping accident, and during World War II, he lost a 21-year-old brother, Dabney, an aviator whose plane was shot down. During the war he served his coun-



try by working for Pan American Airlines, and this is where it sounds like a good spy novel: According to his obituary, he was “placed in charge of building and running new airports in Latin America secretly subsidized by the U.S. government as part of the war effort. During that period he worked in Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, El Salvador and Nicaragua and became conversant in Spanish.” The seemingly quiet and conservative Mr. Sharp just got a lot more mysterious for me after that bit of information. Kind of like the guy in those Dos Equis beer commercials — the “most interesting man in the world.” He received a business degree from the University of Texas at Austin after PHOTO PROVIDED the war, and in 1947 started Suburban A young Glen Sharp, left, is seen with his Propane in Sumter. brother, Dabney, an aviator who died in In 1949 he married a “local girl,” the inimitable May Bynum Sharp, and World War II when his plane was shot down. they raised two fine daughters — Esther and Elise. Esther, I might add, na Electric and Gas (SCANA) and was once a fearless, muckraking local began yet another new life, this one reporter for The Sumter Daily Item devoted to philanthropy and commuunder the guidance of my father and nity service. grandfather. There are countless stories about At age 70, in 1991, Glen merged his generosity in Sumter and throughSuburban Propane with South Caroli- out South Carolina, but there are

probably even more that no one but his immediate family will ever know. Just last year, for example, his daughters, Elise and Esther, made arrangements to sell Glen’s car and give the proceeds to the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club of Sumter. That sort of quiet generosity has always been typical of the Sharp and Bynum families, and the Sumter community has always benefitted as a result. He will be missed, and we are all fortunate to have known such a great man. ••• Congratulations to my friend Hal Turner on being named Sumter Businessman of the Year at last week’s Chamber of Commerce retreat. It was a well-deserved honor for Hal, whose list of accomplishments as a builder and businessman seem to get more impressive each year. And that’s in spite of his Clemson education and close association with Harby Moses. Graham Osteen is a co-owner of Osteen Publishing Co. and Editor-AtLarge of The Item. Contact him at The Item, 20 North Magnolia St., Sumter, S.C., 29150;, or call 803-774-1352.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Letter writers need some common sense The people that are really interested in protecting their rights to possess their guns need to come to sensible reasoning to protect those rights. You need to contact your representatives about sensible laws. I believe that guns should be registered much as we do our automobiles. When a gun is bought from a seller, a registration should be applied for at that time, whether from a dealer or individual. You have a right to own guns, but the cost to use them can be costly. The gun issue will not die until something is done about violence. What if there is, say a 100 percent tax on bullets. Say a bullet cost $5, would the violence decrease? Say a bullet cost $50, would violence decrease or a gun be the solution to any disagreement? I don’t mind a person carrying a gun, but it should be visible. A concealed weapon is a big part of the problem. The National Rifle Association (NRA) does not represent its members, they represent the gun manufacturers. I spent my life in the military and have seen what a gun can do and when any of you yahoos decide to take up arms against the United States, let me know because I want to watch and sell tickets. And, needless to say, I would not be on your side. Some letter writers should get a dose of common sense. LEE INGLE Sumter



State making security strides but more work to be done


our months ago today, the state discovered a hacker broke into the Department of Revenue database and stole personal information of 3.8 million taxpayers, 1.9 million dependents and 700,000 businesses. To date, it is the largest hack of a government database in the nation’s history. This huge, embarrassing blunder will cause South Carolinians to look over their financial shoulders for the rest of their lives. To make amends, the state is offering one year of free credit monitoring through Andy Experian. So BRACK far, only 1,252,802 people have enrolled in the service for which enrollment ends on March 31. So four months into this mess, how’s South Carolina doing? On one hand, the breach seems to be slowly changing bureaucratic culture. But on the other, a majority of individuals still have not signed up for the credit monitoring service, despite millions of letters, hundreds of thousands of emails, education seminars and stories in the media. Senior state officials rightly worry about three particularly

vulnerable populations — children, the elderly and college students. For children, private information may remain dormant for years until someone uses hacked information to take out loans, get credit cards or buy vehicles. Meanwhile the elderly, victims to lots of financial scams, may find themselves targeted increasingly. And college students need to be careful that somebody doesn’t use hacked information to take out loans in their names or worse. Carri Grube Lybarker, administrator of the S.C. Department of Consumer Affairs, says her office encourages South Carolinians to take advantage of the financial tools that are available, including the Experian monitoring, and the ability to freeze credit reports and invoke renewable fraud alerts. “The monitoring service is not a silver bullet,” she said. It will minimize security problems for consumers, but it essentially alerts them once someone already has started or tried to use their personal information wrongly. “We are trying to educate people because if they aren’t aware, they can’t use the tools to protect themselves.” State Sen. Kevin Bryant, RAnderson, emphasized the security predicament: “I’m having a hard time having folks remember that Experian

PROTECT YOURSELF To learn how you can get free credit monitoring and take other steps to protect yourself, contact the S.C. Department of Consumer Affairs at 1-800-922-1594 or online at http://

tells you you are a victim of identity theft.” Bryant, Senate Finance Chair Hugh Leatherman and others introduced a bill a few days back that would create a new agency, a Department of Information Security, to be vigilant continually across all state agencies about computer security. The bill also calls for an identity theft unit at the Department of Consumer Affairs and an income tax deduction for people who pay for credit monitoring after the free year is over. But the state still needs to do a better job to get its house in order to prevent future problems. Bryant said he’d give the state a grade of a “D” so far because security of personal information still doesn’t seem to be taken seriously across state government. “There’s just a culture in government that if you’re not made to do it, you don’t do it. Why the governor didn’t issue an executive order ordering her cabinet to encrypt all data, I don’t understand.” Rob Godfrey, Gov. Nikki

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Haley’s spokesman, emphasized the governor is working to make the state more secure and continues to urge people to sign up for monitoring. “Most recently, we sought to extend the deadline to sign up for protection because we’re focused on providing the people of our state with the best protection available.” William Blume, the retired corporate accountant who Haley appointed to clean up the mess at the Department of Revenue, says his job is to change the agency’s culture and restore people’s confidence in it. “Taxpayer information is a non-negotiable requirement,” he said this week. “If there is a choice of us having to spend money on business updates or security, security wins out. We’ve got to have security woven into the fabric of what we do, not as just another kind of thing sitting out there.” Bottom line: South Carolinians will be especially vulnerable to identity theft for the rest of their lives, regardless of any monitoring. But at least the state seems to be getting the message to clean up its security act. It’s a shame taxpayers were the bait.

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WHITNEY C. WEATHERLY Whitney C. Weatherly, 62, husband of Lenora Todd Weatherly, died Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013, at his home. Born in Sumter, he was a son of the late Ervin Weatherly and Babette LeFlore Weatherly. He was retired from Federal Mogul in WEATHERLY Sumter and was a member of Eastside Baptist Church. Whit was a proud 1975 graduate of Clemson University with a bachelor of science degree in zoology and loved Clemson football. He was a Boy Scout in Troop #339 in Sumter and felt a great sense of pride as a scout. He loved the outdoors, fishing, wood working and sharing his love of science with anyone who had time to listen. Whit enjoyed seeing the sunshine each new morning and lived each day to see what God was going to show him. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Frances Weatherly of Greenville; three sons, Aaron Weatherly of Greenville, Richard Kirby and Timothy Kirby, both of Sumter; four grandchildren, Payton, Hailey, Lawton and McKinley Kirby; two brothers, Harwood Weatherly (Dianne) of Sumter and Clark Weatherly (Sherry) of Myrtle Beach; a sister, Linda Weatherly of Columbia; and his stepmother, Sue Weatherly of Sumter. Funeral services will be held at noon Tuesday in the Elmore-Cannon-Stephens Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Jim Baker and the Rev. George Smith officiating. Burial will be in the Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Billy Hudson, Frances Drayton, Frankie Newman, T.J. Mullen, Mark Windham, Harwood Weatherly Jr., and Clark Weatherly Jr. Honorary pallbearers will be members of Sumter Boy Scout Troop #339. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Elmore-Cannon-Stephens Funeral Home and other times at the home. Memorials may be made to the Greenville Shriners Hospital, 950 West Faris St., Greenville, SC 29605 or to the Boy Scouts of America, Pee Dee Council, 702 South Coit St., Florence, SC 29501. Elmore-Cannon-Stephens Funeral Home and Crematorium of Sumter is in charge of the arrangements. WANDA F. FOGLE Wanda Felder Fogle was born on Wednesday, Oct. 25, 1972, in Clarendon County. She was the daughter of the late Willie Felder and Mary Gillard Felder. She was the wife of Robert Fogle. Wanda graduated from Scottâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Branch High School, Class of 1990. She furthered her education at Benedict College from 1990 to 1992. She attended Denmark Technical College from 1992 to 1993 with a degree in

cosmotology. While living in Maryland, she was employed FOGLE with B.W.I. International Airport and Maryland House of Corrections. Upon returning to South Carolina, Wanda held various jobs: Columbia Police Department, Benedict College Campus Police and most recently Allen University Campus Police. Wanda departed this earthly life on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013, at William Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Hospital, Columbia. She was preceded in death by two brothers. She leaves to cherish her memories: her husband, Robert Fogle of the home; a son, Jaronte McFadden of Columbia; three stepdaughters, Jada, Tyease and Zikeya; three granddaughters, Shakiya, Shaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;monita and Jazaya, all of Columbia; six sisters, Diana (Earl) Howell of Summerton, Stacy (Willie) Tindal of Baltimore, Md., Edna (Cornell) Walters of Summerton, Malcenia (Charles) Mack of Manning, Henrietta Boxies of San Antonio, Texas, and Margaret Andres of Willford, Conn.; three brothers, Marion (Louise) Andrew of Summerton, Albertus and Henry Jr. of Hartford, Conn.; her mother-in-law, Mary Fogle; one godchild, Kayla Williams; special friends, Gail Williams and Marvin Marrow; mother Louise Walters; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 11, 2013, at Historic Liberty Hill A.M.E. Church, Summerton. Dr. Leslie J. Lovett, pastor, officiating. Final resting place will be the church cemetery. Floral bearers will be the Class of 1990, and pallbearers will be the campus police of Allen University and Benedict College. The body will be placed in the church one hour prior to the service. Viewing for Mrs. Fogle will be held from 1 to 7 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013, at Dysonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Home for Funerals. The family is receiving friends at the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Edna and Cornell Walters, 1045 Daphne Lane, Summerton, and at the home, 14 Wild Iris Court, Columbia. SALLIE PHILLIPS Sallie Phillips was born Oct. 20, 1944, to the late Arthur and Mattie Richardson Mc-



Bride in Sumter. She departed this life on Feb. 5, 2013. She was educated in the public schools of Sumter County and attended Eastern High School. Her early religious training began at Trinity Baptist Church under the leadership of the late Rev. Lewis Walker. Precious memories will be cherished by her husband, Elijah Phillips; three children, Charles Singleton, Dena Trina (Freddie) Peterson and Patrick Singleton, all of Sumter; one stepdaughter, Katherine Geter of Sumter; two sisters, Gloria Jean Butler and Mattie Carter of Sumter; three brothers-inlaw, James Phillips, Robert Phillips and David Phillips of Philadelphia, Pa.; 12 grandchildren; 16 greatgrandchildren; nieces, nephews, and a host of other close family and friends. Funeral service will be held on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013, at 3 p.m. at Trinity Missionary Baptist Church, 155 Wall St., Lynchburg, with Pastor Larry C. Weston, officiating. Interment will follow in the Bradford Cemetery. Mrs. Phillips will be placed in the church on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013, at 2 p.m. for viewing until the hour of service. Family is receiving friends at the home, 9 Kent St., Sumter. Jobâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mortuary Inc., 312 S. Main St., is in charge of arrangements. Online memorials may be sent to the family at jobsmortuary@sc. or visit us on the web at JAMES RICHARDSON James Edward â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dukeâ&#x20AC;? Richardson, 76, husband of Ruby Sanders Richardson, took his heavenly flight on Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center, Sumter. Born in Dalzell on July 24, 1936, he was

the son of the late Henry and Hattie Phillips Richardson. He was educated in the public schools of Sumter County. As a youth, he attended Joshua Baptist Church, Dalzell. Prior to his retirement, Mr. Richardson worked for various construction companies as a carpenter. He was a happy person when he was able to be outdoors. He was not only a loving brother to his seven sisters, he acted as a father and protector, always willing to give them advice. He is survived by his devoted wife of 48 years, Ruby Sanders Richardson; one daughter, Yvonne Maple of Dalzell; one grandson, Joseph Devon Maple of Charlotte, N.C.; five sisters, Edith (Willie) Hammond of Antelope, Calif., Ida (Bernard) Mason of Norfolk, Va., Rosa (Willie) Strong of Sumter, Wilhelmenia Dyson and Terry (Charles) Clark of Dalzell; one aunt, Alta Mae Davis of Rembert; a host of nieces, nephews, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, other relatives and close friends. He was preceded in death by his parents and two sisters, Margaret Thompson and Marie Jackson. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013, at the Joshua Baptist Church, 5200 Live Oak Road, Dalzell, with the Rev. Eugene G. Dennis, pastor, the Rev. R. L. Williams, eulogist, and the Rev. William Jefferson, officiating, assisted by the Rev. Dr. Ernest Jackson, Minister Donald Perry and Minister Wanda Martin. The family will receive friends at the home, 3790 Ardis Pond Road, Dalzell. The remains will be placed in the church at noon. The funeral procession will leave from the home at 12:30 p.m. Floral bearers will



be nieces. Pallbearers will be nephews. Burial will be in the Joshua Baptist churchyard cemetery, Dalzell. Online memorial messages may be sent to the family at williamsfuneralhome@ Visit us on the web at Services directed by the staff and management of Williams Funeral Home, Inc. ALBERT J. DRNJEVIC Albert J. Drnjevic, 93, widower of Clema Rexroth Drnjevic, died Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013, at Covenant Place. Born in Bulpitt, Ill., he was a son of the late Florian Drnjevic and Josephine Pintar Drnjevic. Mr. Drnjevic was a retired U. S. Air Force master sergeant with 28 years of service and was a veteran of the Korean War. He was later employed as a civil service employee for 14 years. Surviving are three daughters, Alberta Emmer and husband, Bill, of Camano Island, Wash., Jo Thames of Dalzell, and Chris Stichler and husband, Don, of Vista, Calif.; four grandchildren, Sammy Askew, Stacee Askew, Billie Jo (B.J.) Reed and Anita Pearson; and nine greatgrandchildren. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Francis and Tony Drnjevic; and a granddaughter, Marty Thames. Funeral services with military honors will be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday in the chapel of the Elmore Hill McCreight Funeral Home, with the Rev. Mark Barnette officiating. Burial will be in the Florence National Cemetery at a later date. The family will receive friends from 2 to 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Elmore Hill McCreight Funeral Home. Memorials may be


made to Dalzell Baptist Church, 3645 Camden Highway, Dalzell, SC 29040, or to the Alzheimerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Association, 3223 Sunset Blvd., Suite 100, West Columbia, SC 29169. Online condolences may be sent to www. Elmore Hill McCreight Funeral Home & Crematory, 221 Broad St., Sumter, is in charge of the arrangements. (803) 775-9386. REBECCA BRADLEY Rebecca Deloris Preston Bradley entered eternal rest on Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013, at Odessy Hospice, Decatur, Ga. Born Feb. 25, 1955, in Clarendon County, she was the daughter of the late James and Pearlie Epps Preston. She leaves to cheris her memory, her husband, Abraham Bradley of Lake City; two sons, Ulysses Preston of Bishopville and Antonio Ramsey of Decatur, Ga.; one daughter, Felicia Ramsey of Sumter; three brothers, Walter (Lucille) Preston, M.C. Preston and James Preston, all of Sumter; two sisters, Carol Ann Preston of Sumter and Anna Margaret Williams of Darlington; five grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and friends. Viewing will take place on Monday, Feb. 11, 2013, from 3 to 7 p.m. at the funeral home. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013, at 1 p.m. at the chapel of the Community Funeral Home, with the Rev. Joseph D. Ricks, officiant. Interment will follow in Evergreen Memorial Park. The family is receiving relatives and friends at the home of Louis Ramsey, 234 Poulas St., Sumter. Online memorials can be sent to Community Funeral Home of Sumter is in charge of these arrangements.



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The Sumter County YouthBuild Program is accepting applications for enrollment at the South Sumter Resource Center, 337 Manning Ave., (803) 436-2467 or (803) 436-2468. Eligible participants must be: 17-24 years old; not attending school and have not received high school diploma or GED; willing to do construction training; and willing to help build a house. Earn money while learning. 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. Plans are being made for a Manning High School Class of 1937 reunion. If you are a member of this class or know a member of this class, call G.G. at (843) 659-2489. Interested in joining a weight loss support group with others of like mind? We are forming an EVENING TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Group here in Sumter. Call Debbie at (803) 236-6003 for information. Plans are being made for a 35-year class reunion for Ashwood Central Class of 1978. Call Patricia Simon at (803) 484-4210 or (803) 428-4181; Ruth Murray at (803) 499-2761; or Lucretia Mack at (803) 428-4489. 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) 498-1910. 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 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. The Sumter County Library announces free job searching and resume assistance. Receive one-on-one help with creating resumes, cover letters and with job searching. No registration required. For dates and times, visit or pick up a flyer at your nearest library location. Call (803) 773-7273. The VISA Program at South Sumter Resource Center is accepting applications for students who have been expelled from school or who are not currently attending school. Students will be involved in academics, behavior modification, recreational and cultural activities from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call Maurice Nelson at (803) 774-6144 or (803) 436-2276 for details. 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. Contact Douglas Wilson at (803) 778-0197 or Rebecca Gonzalez at (803) 5659271.












Times of clouds and sun

A chance of rain in the afternoon

Mostly cloudy, chance of a little rain

Mostly sunny

Winds: ESE 6-12 mph

Winds: SE 8-16 mph

Winds: SSW 10-20 mph

Winds: SW 3-6 mph

Winds: WSW 12-25 mph

Winds: SSE 3-6 mph

Chance of rain: 25%

Chance of rain: 85%

Chance of rain: 60%

Chance of rain: 35%

Chance of rain: 30%

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Greenville 59/49

Full pool 360 76.8 75.5 100

7 a.m. yest. 357.91 74.81 74.45 96.71

24-hr chg +0.21 +0.18 none +0.19

River Black River Congaree River Lynches River Saluda River Up. Santee River Wateree River

Full pool 12 19 14 14 80 24

7 a.m. yest. 5.08 4.70 5.50 5.63 78.29 11.38

24-hr chg +0.68 +0.10 +1.39 +0.13 +0.43 -5.48

City Aiken Asheville Athens Augusta Beaufort Cape Hatteras Charleston Charlotte Clemson Columbia

Today Hi/Lo/W 64/54/pc 54/42/r 63/50/pc 66/54/pc 64/56/pc 50/43/s 64/55/pc 58/49/pc 61/50/r 64/53/pc

Bishopville 62/53

0.00” 1.70” 1.07” 2.91” 5.01”

Lake Murray Marion Moultrie Wateree

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 66/46/t 66/36/r 65/43/t 68/46/t 71/51/t 62/50/t 70/50/t 68/41/r 69/47/r 68/48/t

Sunrise today .......................... 7:11 a.m. Sunset tonight ......................... 6:01 p.m. Moonrise today ....................... 7:04 a.m. Moonset today ........................ 6:46 p.m.

Gaffney 58/47 Spartanburg 59/50


Columbia 64/53 Today: Mainly cloudy with a little rain late this afternoon. Monday: Cloudy and warmer with rain tapering off.

Feb. 10 Full

Feb. 17 Last

Feb. 25

Mar. 4

Myrtle Beach 58/51

Manning 63/54

Shown is today’s weather. Temperatures are today’s highs and tonight’s lows.

Aiken 64/54 Charleston 64/55

The following tide table lists times for Myrtle Beach.

High Ht. 9:02 a.m.....3.5 9:14 p.m.....3.2 Mon. 9:48 a.m.....3.4 10:01 p.m.....3.2 Sun.

Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. ©2013 Today Hi/Lo/W 62/51/pc 52/42/s 59/47/s 58/47/s 63/52/pc 73/53/pc 58/49/pc 56/44/s 65/56/pc 54/45/pc


Florence 63/52

Sumter 63/54

Today: Times of sun and clouds. High 57 to 64. Monday: A couple of showers and a thunderstorm. High 65 to 71.

City Darlington Elizabeth City Elizabethtown Fayetteville Florence Gainesville Gastonia Goldsboro Goose Creek Greensboro


Mon. Hi/Lo/W 69/47/t 66/47/t 68/50/t 68/48/r 71/50/t 79/58/pc 69/43/r 66/48/r 70/50/t 65/41/r

City Greenville Hickory Hilton Head Jacksonville, FL La Grange Macon Marietta Marion Mount Pleasant Myrtle Beach

Today Hi/Lo/W 59/49/pc 55/42/pc 62/58/pc 72/55/pc 61/55/sh 65/57/pc 59/53/sh 56/43/pc 63/56/pc 58/51/pc

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 69/43/r 68/39/r 67/54/t 78/58/c 65/46/t 69/47/t 64/44/t 68/38/r 69/50/t 68/49/t

City Orangeburg Port Royal Raleigh Rock Hill Rockingham Savannah Spartanburg Summerville Wilmington Winston-Salem

Low Ht. 3:16 a.m.... -1.0 3:48 p.m....-0.9 4:06 a.m....-0.9 4:34 p.m....-0.8

Today Hi/Lo/W 64/55/pc 63/56/pc 56/45/s 58/49/pc 59/47/pc 67/57/pc 59/50/pc 62/57/pc 59/48/s 54/45/pc

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 69/49/t 69/51/t 66/44/r 67/42/r 67/45/r 74/51/t 69/43/r 69/53/t 69/51/t 64/41/r

Shown are today’s noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day.

-10s -0s 10s 20s 30s 40s

CLARENDON COUNTY COUNCIL Monday, 6 p.m., Administration Building, Council Chambers, 411 Sunset Drive, Manning


SUMTER SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES Monday, 6:45 p.m., Ebenezer Middle School, 3440 Ebenezer Road


60s 70s 80s 90s 110s Stationary front

Cold front Showers Rain T-storms Snow Flurries

Warm front


Today Mon. Today Mon. City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W Albuquerque 43/26/pc 39/21/pc Las Vegas 54/37/c 51/35/s Anchorage 39/22/sn 30/15/sn Los Angeles 60/45/s 64/42/s Atlanta 60/53/sh 64/46/t Miami 78/69/pc 79/68/s Baltimore 44/32/s 57/37/r Minneapolis 33/26/sn 28/10/sn Boston 32/20/s 43/32/r New Orleans 76/65/t 69/55/t Charleston, WV 58/43/pc 61/34/sh New York 36/31/s 45/36/r Charlotte 58/49/pc 68/41/r Oklahoma City 62/31/pc 54/33/s Chicago 44/32/r 36/23/sf Omaha 46/24/r 36/21/s Cincinnati 52/43/r 52/29/pc Philadelphia 40/30/s 52/36/r Dallas 70/43/sh 63/42/pc Phoenix 57/40/pc 58/40/pc Denver 34/9/sf 29/14/c Pittsburgh 47/36/pc 48/30/sh Des Moines 49/26/r 35/22/pc St. Louis 60/36/r 50/28/s Detroit 38/35/r 42/28/c Salt Lake City 29/13/sf 25/13/pc Helena 29/15/sf 34/18/pc San Francisco 56/41/s 57/42/s Honolulu 80/68/pc 80/66/pc Seattle 48/38/s 48/42/s Indianapolis 49/39/r 45/27/pc Topeka 56/28/pc 45/23/s Kansas City 55/28/r 43/24/s Washington, DC 47/38/s 58/39/r Weather(W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice

ARIES (March 21-April 19): moment with friends or the last word in astrology Don’t let anyone bully you. your lover. Don’t worry You have much to offer about what’s left undone. eugenia LAST and can make a good You can catch up when you impression if you’re have nothing better to do. confident and expressive SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): in the way you deal with such individuals. You can smooth things over and determine how TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Problems regarding an you can build a brighter future by discussing older relative will lead to taking more your thoughts with those who will be influenced responsibility. Enlist help so you can enjoy more by your actions. of the things that make you happy. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): You’ll make an GEMINI (May 21-June 20): You’ll attract attention impact on the people you encounter. Be true to but also controversy. Pick and choose your yourself. Make alterations that will ensure a battles wisely and keep talks as open and honest happy home life and a bright professional as possible to avoid being misinterpreted. future. CANCER (June 21-July 22): A spa day or an activity CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Don’t neglect what that relieves stress should be on your agenda. needs doing. You can conjure up unique ways to Getting together with family and friends will take care of pending problems. Trust in intuition help you feel secure in your environment. when dealing with old friends or colleagues. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): You’ll be torn LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Remembering people from between the options you’ve been given. Do your past will make you want to return to your roots or take a trip of reconnection. Making your best to choose what ensures greater opportunities to advance. Discipline and plans with old colleagues or friends will lead to practicality will lead the way to better times. something good. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): You’ll be drawn to PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Hidden matters must someone who has ulterior motives. Protect be protected. Divulging information will lead to yourself and your assets. Don’t believe what you setbacks that could spin out of control. Take a are told without sufficient support. quiet, sincere approach and avoid making promises you can’t keep. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Get out and enjoy the

LEE COUNTY COUNCIL Tuesday, 9 a.m., council chambers SUMTER HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION Tuesday, noon, Sunset Country Club LYNCHBURG TOWN COUNCIL Tuesday, 6 p.m., Teen Center, Magnolia Street, Lynchburg SUMTER COUNTY COUNCIL Tuesday, 6 p.m., County Council Chambers PINEWOOD TOWN COUNCIL Tuesday, 7 p.m., town hall TURBEVILLE TOWN COUNCIL Tuesday, 6:30 p.m., town hall SUMMERTON TOWN COUNCIL Tuesday, 6:30 p.m., town hall MAYESVILLE TOWN COUNCIL Tuesday, 7 p.m., town hall




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CLOSING BELL: A familiar sound by Fred Piscop

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CLARENDON SCHOOL DISTRICT 1 Monday, 6 p.m., 12 S. Church St., Summerton

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Still not satisfied

Civic Center to host SCISA Region II-3A tournament

Despite region title, Lady Knights have bigger goal in mind

FROM STAFF REPORTS The varsity semifinal games of the SCISA Region II-3A basketball tournament will be held on Monday at Sumter County Civic Center beginning at 3:30 p.m. The winners of the semifinal games will play in the championship round on Tuesday at the civic center along with the two junior varsity championship games. The Wilson Hall and Laurence Manning Academy girls will face each other in the opening game on Monday at 3:30 p.m. Wilson Hall tied Orangeburg Prep for the region title with a 5-1 record. However, OP is the No. 1 seed and the Lady Barons No. 2 after OP won the coin toss. LMA is the No. 3 seed. Orangeburg Prep will face No. 4 Florence Christian at 6:30 p.m. On the boys side, No. 1 Wilson Hall will take on No. 4 Florence Christian at 8. LMA and OP, which tied for second with 3-3 records,

BY JUSTIN DRIGGERS Tuesday’s 65-33 victory over Darlington marked a momentous occasion for the Crestwood High School varsity girls basketball team. For the first time under head coach Tony Wilson, the Lady Knights finished with an unbeaten 10-0 record in Region VI-3A – more than good enough for the outright region title. Wilson and his squad weren’t really in a celebratory mood afterward, however. “I told the girls that I was happy we won the region, but everyone knows this WILSON isn’t where we want to be,” Wilson said. “We’re the last team standing in the region. We want to be the last team standing on March 2.” March 2 is the date of the 3A state championship game at Colonial Life Arena in Columbia – a goal that has eluded the Lady Knights despite their recent run of success. The journey begins anew on Monday when No. 1 seed Crestwood hosts No. 4 seed Georgetown at The Castle at 7 p.m. The Lady Knights are 20-5 overall and ranked No. 6 in 3A in the latest coaches’ poll. They are currently riding a 14-game winning streak dating back to December. But as has been the case the last few seasons, records and winning streaks mean little this time of year. “We’ve had some good teams and good players the last couple of years,” Wilson said. “We’ve made the third round the last (two) seasons and we’ve been knocking on the door. We want to break SEE CRESTWOOD, PAGE B5




Crystal Bennett (23) and the rest of the Crestwood High School varsity girls basketball team begin the 3A state playoffs on Monday by hosting Georgetown at The Castle.

at Sumter County Civic Center Monday Semifinals Girls: Wilson Hall vs. Laurence Manning, 3:30 p.m. Boys: Orangeburg Prep vs. Laurence Manning, 5 p.m. Girls: Orangeburg Prep vs. Florence Christian, 6:30 p.m. Boys: Wilson Hall vs. Florence Christian, 8 p.m. Tuesday Championships Junior Varsity Girls, 3:30 p.m. Junior Varsity Boys, 4:45 p.m. Varsity Girls, 6 p.m. Varsity Boys, 7:30 p.m.

Playoffs begin Monday Leyland’s 50th, shifting players is spring focus

BY DENNIS BRUNSON The Sumter High School boys basketball team will play host to Dutch Fork in the first round of PLAYOFF SCHEDULE the 4A state playSCHSL First Round offs on (All games at 7 p.m.) WednesMONDAY 3A Girls day, while Georgetown at Crestwood the SHS Socastee at Manning TUESDAY girls will 4A Girls play host Lexington at Sumter 2A Girls to LexiingLee Central at Mullins ton on 3A Boys Crestwood at N. Myrtle Beach Tuesday in WEDNESDAY the first 4A Boys Dutch Fork at Sumter round. SCACS Also Quarterfinal Tuesday earning 2A Boys Sumter Christian at Calvary berths in Christian (Myrtle Beach), the state 5:30 p.m. playoffs pairings released on Saturday are the boys and girls teams from Crestwood, the Manning girls and the Lee Central girls. The Gamecocks, who won

BY RONALD BLUM The Associated Press


Sumter’s Duane Kyles, center, and Crestwood’s Rakeem Benjamin, right, both look to help lead their respective teams to victory in the SCHSL basketball playoffs.

the Region VI title, bring a 15-10 record into the playoffs. Dutch Fork is the fourth-place team from Region V. As long as Sumter wins, it will be home for the first three

rounds of the playoffs. The same holds true for the Lady Gamecocks. They also won the region title and are SEE PLAYOFFS, PAGE B5

Before heading to Florida for his 50th season in professional baseball, Jim Leyland thought about all the deals that were made since he walked off the field as the World Series ended last October. “Toronto probably was LEYLAND the big boy in the offseason as far as the moves they made,’’ the Detroit Tigers manager said. “That’s going to be just one heck of a division, obviously. Toronto, they actually were my sleeper team last year until they had all those injuries to the pitching staff.’’

From Joker Marchant Stadium in Lakeland, Fla., to HoHoKam Park in Mesa, Ariz., bats and balls will be broken out next week when teams report for spring training — extra early because of the third World Baseball Classic. For an offseason with a lackluster free-agent market, a HAMILTON whole lot of movement took place. While the Los Angeles Dodgers and Angels flashed their cash, putting Zack Greinke in Dodger blue and Josh Hamilton in Orange County red, Toronto general manager Alex Anthopoulos flipped SEE SPRING TRAINING, PAGE B6

Sumter’s McClendon signs with West Alabama 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.


umter high graduate Quinn McClendon has signed to play football at University of West Alabama. McClendon previously played linebacker at East Mississippi Community College. “We recruit from Mississippi junior colleges really, really hard,” UWA head football coach Will Hall said. “He was a great

player there. We’ve been recruiting him for two years.” The 6-foot-4inch, 240pound McClendon finished with 37 MCCLENDON tackles and two quarterback sacks the past season. Hall said McClendon

will be used at middle or weakside linebacker and is ideal in pass rushing situations for the aggressive Tigers’ defense, which finished the 2012 season ranked No. 5 in total defense among NCAA Division II programs. “Obviously he’s a bigger kid,” the coach said. “He’s got good football instincts. SEE BOXLEITNER, PAGE B3







Michigan, Kansas upset again Bucs snap MADISON, Wis. — Ben Brust hit a shot from just inside midcourt to tie the game at the end of regulation and added a tie-breaking 3 with less than 40 seconds left in overtime as Wisconsin beat No. 3 Michigan 65-62 on Saturday. Brust scored 14 points for the Badgers (17-7, 8-3 Big Ten), while Jared Berggren added 13. Trey Burke scored 19 points for Michigan (21-3, 8-3), while Tim Hardaway Jr. added 18. OKLAHOMA (5) KANSAS




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PISCATAWAY, N.J. — Markel Starks scored 20 points and Otto Porter took over down the stretch as No. 20 Georgetown defeated Rutgers 69-63 on Saturday. (22) OKLAHOMA ST. TEXAS

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MANHATTAN, Kan. — Rodney McGruder scored 22 points and Angel Rodriguez added 20 as No. 13 Kansas State knocked off Iowa State 79-70 to take sole possession of first place in the Big 12. Korie Lucious led the Cyclones (16-7, 6-4) with 16 points and reserve Tyrus

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CINCINNATI — Tray Woodall scored 14 points and led a late surge that sent No. 23 Pittsburgh to a 62-52 victory over No. 17 Cincinnati on Saturday, keeping the momentum going for one of the Big East’s hottest teams. The Panthers (20-5, 8-4) held Cincinnati (18-6, 6-5) without a field goal over the final 9:21, allowing seven free throws.

NORMAN, Okla. — Romero Osby scored 17 points, Steven Pledger added 15 and Oklahoma held off No. 5 Kansas 72-66 on Saturday to give the Jayhawks their first threegame losing streak in eight years. The Sooners (15-7, 6-4 Big 12) snapped a 10-game losing streak in the series and took down a top 5 opponent for the first time since beating No. 4 Texas on Jan. 28, 2006. Freshman Je’lon Hornbeak went 4 for 6 at the free throw line in the final minute, just enough to keep the Jayhawks (19-4, 7-3) at bay. (13) KANSAS ST. IOWA ST.

3-point attempts in the final 10 seconds that could have sent the game into overtime. Joe McDonald had the final chance, but he was stripped as he went up for the shot just before time expired.


Wisconsin’s Sam Dekker, back, shoots against Michigan’s Mitch McGary during the second half of the Badgers’ 65-62 victory on Saturday in Madison, Wis.


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WASHINGTON — No. 14 Butler nearly blew a 17point lead Saturday, going the last 7 1/2 minutes with-

out a field goal, before holding on for a 59-56 victory over George Washington. The Colonials cut the lead to one in the final minute and had several

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AUSTIN, Texas — Marcus Smart scored 23 points and No. 22 Oklahoma State cruised past struggling Texas 72-59 on Saturday, the Cowboys’ fifth straight win. (24) MARQUETTE DEPAUL

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MILWAUKEE — Vander Blue scored 18 points and Junior Cadougan added 17 as No. 24 Marquette held off DePaul 89-78 on Saturday, the Blue Demons’ eighth straight loss. From wire reports



Gators rout Mississippi State 83-58 GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Mike Rosario scored 18 points, Erik Murphy added 17 and No. 2 Florida bounced back from a humbling loss earlier in the week to thump shorthanded Mississippi State 83-58 on Saturday. Casey Prather, playing in place of injured forward Will Yeguete, chipped in 12 points and five rebounds for Florida (19-3, 9-1 SEC). Yeguete had arthroscopic surgery Friday to remove loose bodies in his right knee and will miss at least the rest of the regular season. Mississippi State (7-15, 2-8) played without guard Jalen Steele, who didn’t make the trip after being suspended indefinitely for violating team rules. (21) MISSOURI MISSISSIPPI


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ROCK HILL — Michael Kessens scored 11 of his 15 points in the first 8 minutes of the second half as Longwood pulled away from Winthrop, then held on for a 62-56 win Saturday, snapping a 14-game losing streak. The Lancers (4-21, 1-10 Big South Conference) also ended their 0-12 road skid. ELON FURMAN

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GREENVILLE — Sebastian Koch shot a perfect 6 of 6 for a team-high 19 points as Elon topped Furman 64-60 Saturday in a Southern Conference game. Colin Reddick had a doubledouble for the Paladins, finishing with game-highs of 22 points and 11 rebounds. 50 46

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Rod Odom scored 15 points, and the Vanderbilt Commodores beat Arkansas 67-49 Saturday to snap a four-game losing skid and get a bit of payback for one of their ugliest losses this season. 72 62

Florida’s Kenny Boynton (1) is blocked by Mississippi State’s Fred Thomas (1) during the second half of the Gators’ 83-58 on Saturday in Gainesville, Fla.

Kentucky players in double figures as the Wildcats outlasted Auburn 72-62 Saturday for their fifth straight win.

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Kyle Wiltjer’s 14 points led five

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Miami rolls past North Carolina 87-61 another rout. They improved to 11-0 at home, where each of the past four wins have been by at least 22 points. Miami (19-3, 10-0 ACC) set a school record for ACC victories in a season with eight games still to go. North Carolina (16-7, 6-4), which began the season 18-2 against the Hurricanes, lost to them for the second time in four weeks.

all 13 points of his points in the first half to lift Georgia Tech to a 64-54 victory over Virginia Tech on Saturday. Marcus Georges-Hunt added 13 for the Yellow Jackets (13-9, 3-7 Atlantic Coast Conference), who won a road game for the first time this season and won in Blacksburg for the first time.


WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Travis McKie scored 15 points to help Wake Forest beat Florida State 71-46 on

BLACKSBURG, Va. — Kammeon Holsey scored

RADFORD, Va. — Javonte Green scored 27 points and tied a career-high with 13 rebounds and Radford snapped a three-game losing streak, beating Presbyterian 76-65 Saturday in Big South Conference play. Ya Ya Anderson and Rashun Davis added 11 points apiece and R.J. Price chipped in 10 for Radford, which had lost its last four against Presbyterian.

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Sherwood Brown scored 21 points and Florida Gulf Coast rode a big second half to a 74-49 rout of South Carolina Upstate Saturday night in Atlantic Sun play.

ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia overcame a rare low-scoring game from Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and beat coldshooting Texas A&M 52-46 on Saturday, giving the Bulldogs five straight Southeastern Conference wins for the first time in 12 years.

CORAL GABLES, Fla. — Miami hit a school recordtying 15 3-pointers and the eighth-ranked Hurricanes extended their winning streak to 11 games by beating North Carolina 87-61 on Saturday. LARKIN Sophomore Shane Larkin had 18 points and a careerhigh nine assists for the Atlantic Coast Conference leaders, who built margins of 9-0 and 44-27 en route to

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SAVANNAH, Ga. — Arnold Louis recorded his fifth doubledouble of the year and Savannah State topped Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference-foe South Carolina State 50-46 Saturday night. Louis had 14 points and 15 rebounds for his second consecutive double-double.

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Alex Oriakhi had a career-high 22 points to go with 18 rebounds, three blocks and a central role in a second-half fracas of No. 21 Missouri’s easy 98-79 victory over Mississippi on Saturday. Phil Pressey had four assists to break Anthony Peeler’s career school record and had 22 points for Missouri (17-6, 6-4 Southeastern Conference).


CHARLESTON — Saah Nimley scored 20 points and Arlon Harper added 17 to lead Charleston Southern to an 86-68 win over Campbell on Saturday. Mathiang Muo finished with 16 points for the Buccaneers (13-8, 8-2 Big South NIMLEY Conference), who snapped a two-game losing streak. Paul Gombwer had 10 points and six rebounds. With a 24-19 lead, Charleston Southern outscored the Fighting Camels 22-6 in the first half to take a 21-point lead.


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Elon 64, Furman 60 Radford 76, Presbyterian 65 Longwood 62, Winthrop 56 Charleston Southern 86, Campbell 68 Florida Gulf Coast 74, USC Upstate 49 Savannah State 50, S.C. State 46 Wofford 59, UNC Greensboro 50 College of Charleston 71, Chattanooga 68 High Point 74, Coastal Carolina 62 Citadel at Samford, late Today North Carolina State at Clemson, 1 p.m. (WIS 10) Tennessee at South Carolina, 1 p.m. (FOX SPORTSOUTH) ACC Saturday (8) Miami 87, North Carolina 61 Wake Forest 71, Florida State 46 Georgia Tech 64, Virginia Tech 54 Today (4) Duke at Boston College, 6 p.m. (ESPNU) Virginia at Maryland, 1 p.m. SEC Saturday (2) Florida 83, Mississippi State 58 (21) Missouri 98, Mississippi 79 Vanderbilt 67, Arkansas 49 Kentucky 72, Auburn 62 Georgia 52, Texas A&M 46 LSU at Alabama, late TOP 25 Saturday Wisconsin 65, (3) Michigan 62 Oklahoma 72, (5) Kansas 66 (6) Gonzaga vs. Loyola Marymount, late (11) Louisville at (25) Notre Dame, late (12) Michigan State 78, Purdue 65 (13) Kansas State 79, Iowa State 70 (14) Butler 59, George Washington 56 (15) New Mexico at UNLV, late (16) Creighton vs. Illinois State, late (23) Pittsburgh 62, (17) Cincinnati 52 (19) Oregon vs. Utah, late (20) Georgetown 69, Rutgers 63 (22) Oklahoma State 72, Texas 59 (24) Marquette 89, DePaul 78 Today (1) Indiana at (10) Ohio State, 1 p.m. (WBTW 13, WLTX 19) (7) Arizona vs. California, 7 p.m. (9) Syracuse vs. St. John’s, 3 p.m. (ESPN) (18) Minnesota vs. Illinois, 6 p.m.





Martin upset by USC’s recent play BY DARRYL SLATER Post and Courier


Clemson’s Rod Hall, center, and the rest of the Tigers are hoping a return to Littlejohn Coliseum nets a victory against N.C. State today.

Tigers hope return to Littlejohn sparks win BY MANDRALLIUS ROBINSON Greenville News CLEMSON — Clemson has been leading a double life. The Tigers have thrived in the comfort of Littlejohn Coliseum, where they will host North Carolina State today at 1 p.m. Yet, Clemson has adopted a totally different personality when it leaves home. The Tigers are 4-1 against Atlantic Coast Conference opponents at home, but Clemson has dropped all five of its ACC road games. Through ACC play, Clemson has averaged 63 points per game at home but merely 53.6 per game on the road. Clemson has allowed an average of 57.8 points per game at home but 69.4 per game on the road. Thus, in the ACC, Clemson’s average margin at home is plus5.2 points. Its average margin on the road is minus-15.8. So, are the Tigers the team that defeated Virginia by 15 points in Littlejohn or the team that lost by 37 at Virginia less than a month later? According to coach Brad Brownell, they are neither. “We’re somewhere in be-

tween,” Brownell said. “I’d like to think we are the team that plays at home. That’s the good team. The other team is good at times and at other times, not good at all. That’s part of the way this is.” Clemson is not the only ACC team with an identity disorder. All ACC teams have converted at least 41 percent from the field during home league games. Miami, Duke and North Carolina are the BROWNELL only teams who convert at least 41 percent on the road. The home team won 42 of the previous 60 ACC games. Brownell suggested an enthused, engaged crowd does not always bring the worst out of the visitors, but it certainly can bring the best out of the home team. “It’s not just the negativity your team faces or the adversity your team has to deal with being on the road,” Brownell said. “It’s the positive feeling kids get from making a shot at home and the crowd going crazy. Now, your next defensive possession, you’ve


got a little more spring in your step. Now, you’ve got a little more juice, and you’re having a little more fun. “Everybody is clapping and cheering, so that positive feedback you get playing at home when you’re playing well, it’s the shot in the arm of confidence that you as a coach are trying to give them all the time.” Clemson senior forward Milton Jennings has averaged 13 points and seven rebounds through 11 games at Littlejohn. On the road, his production has plummeted to 6.4 points and 5.4 rebounds per game. Senior forward Devin Booker and sophomore point guard Rod Hall’s point production has actually increased during road games. However, the pair has combined for 30 turnovers through 11 home games but 38 through eight road games. “It takes really good players,” Brownell said. “It takes some experience to get you through some difficult times, where you don’t question yourself as a player.” The Tigers are not the team that booms at home or the one that bombs on the road. They are both.

He’s very versatile. He can rush the passer.” Hall said McClendon will arrive on campus during the summer to enroll in classes.

Francis Marion University’s John Michael Schaffer shot a 234 (82-75-77) in the Sea Best Invitational. The Sumter High product finished


South Carolina’s Damien Leonard (32) and the rest of the Gamecocks look to snap out of their recent funk today against Tennessee in Columbia.

against Jacksonville University. Starling had a career-high 21 points and added 12 rebounds against University of North Florida in the next game. She led the team in rebounds in the five games preceding Saturday night’s game. Former Gamecock Dani-

third among the team’s five golfers. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL


COLUMBIA — Fans at Rupp Arena on Tuesday night noticed that South Carolina coach Frank Martin seemed less enthusiastic as Kentucky pulled away from the Gamecocks in the second half, on its way to a 77-55 win that could have been a much bigger blowout. So, a few members of Big Blue Na- MARTIN tion sarcastically encouraged Martin to get off the bench and coach. But Martin made a very conscious decision to remain seated, annoyed as he was with his team’s performance. “I don’t coach when we aren’t doing what we’re supposed to do,” he said. “I’m not going to stand up there and clap so people say, ‘Look at him up there, still coaching.’ We didn’t do a single thing we talked about doing in two days of practice. We got out of the way and let them dunk every single time. “What am I supposed to do? I don’t know. Maybe some guys are good at standing up and

USC Upstate freshman Brittany Starling was named the Atlantic Sun Conference Newcomer of the Week on Jan. 29. She had career highs of 19 points and 15 rebounds

playing the part. I try to be the part. If my guys aren’t playing, I don’t see any reason I should be losing my mind there.” Entering today’s home game against Tennessee, Martin’s first season has taken a frustrating turn. Two weeks ago, the Gamecocks performed admirably in back-toback games, losing by six points at Missouri and beating Arkansas by 21. They seemed to be making progress. But in their next three games, they were listless, falling to Florida, Georgia and Kentucky. Granted, nobody expected them to win at Florida, which hammered USC by 39, or at Kentucky. But Martin has said repeatedly this season that he doesn’t pay attention so much to wins and losses, though he realizes results matter, as he does to the details of USC’s performances. And lately, he hasn’t seen much of anything he likes. The numbers have been grim lately for USC, particularly on defense, which is where Martin wants the Gamecocks to establish their identity. In the past three games, USC’s opponents have shot 52.8 (Florida), 58.1 (Georgia) and 61.4 percent (Kentucky).

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NBA STANDINGS By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct GB New York 32 16 .667 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Brooklyn 29 21 .580 4 Boston 26 23 .531 61/2 Philadelphia 21 27 .438 11 Toronto 18 32 .360 15 Southeast Division W L Pct GB Miami 33 14 .702 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Atlanta 27 22 .551 7 Washington 14 35 .286 20 Orlando 14 36 .280 201/2 Charlotte 11 38 .224 23 Central Division W L Pct GB Indiana 31 20 .608 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Chicago 30 20 .600 1/2 Milwaukee 25 23 .521 41/2 Detroit 19 32 .373 12 Cleveland 16 34 .320 141/2 WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division W L Pct GB San Antonio 39 12 .765 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Memphis 31 18 .633 7 Houston 28 24 .538 111/2 Dallas 21 28 .429 17 New Orleans 17 33 .340 211/2

| Northwest Division W L Pct GB Oklahoma City 38 12 .760 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Denver 32 18 .640 6 Utah 28 23 .549 101/2 Portland 25 25 .500 13 Minnesota 18 29 .383 181/2 Pacific Division W L Pct GB L.A. Clippers 35 17 .673 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Golden State 30 20 .600 4 L.A. Lakers 24 27 .471 101/2 Sacramento 17 33 .340 17 Phoenix 17 34 .333 171/2 Fridayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Games L.A. Lakers 100, Charlotte 93 Toronto 100, Indiana 98, OT Washington 89, Brooklyn 74 New Orleans 111, Atlanta 100 Cleveland 119, Orlando 108 Detroit 119, San Antonio 109 Houston 118, Portland 103 Memphis 99, Golden State 93 New York 100, Minnesota 94 Oklahoma City 127, Phoenix 96 Miami 111, L.A. Clippers 89 Chicago 93, Utah 89 Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Games Denver at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m. Charlotte at Philadelphia, 8 p.m. Golden State at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Detroit at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. Utah at Sacramento, 10 p.m. Todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Games L.A. Clippers at New York, 1 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Miami, 3:30 p.m. Minnesota at Memphis, 6 p.m. Denver at Boston, 6 p.m. New Orleans at Toronto, 6 p.m. Portland at Orlando, 6 p.m. Oklahoma City at Phoenix, 8 p.m. San Antonio at Brooklyn, 8 p.m. Houston at Sacramento, 9 p.m. Mondayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Games Minnesota at Cleveland, 7 p.m. Boston at Charlotte, 7 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Brooklyn at Indiana, 7 p.m. New Orleans at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. San Antonio at Chicago, 8 p.m. Washington at Milwaukee, 8 p.m. Atlanta at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.

NHL SCHEDULE Fridayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Games Dallas 3, Anaheim 1 Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Games Phoenix 1, San Jose 0, SO New Jersey 3, Pittsburgh 1 Philadelphia 4, Carolina 3, OT Detroit 2, Edmonton 1 Winnipeg 1, Ottawa 0 Buffalo 3, N.Y. Islanders 2 Washington 5, Florida 0 Tampa Bay at Boston, ppd., snow Toronto at Montreal, 7 p.m. Anaheim at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Nashville at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Calgary at Vancouver, 10 p.m. Todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Games Los Angeles at Detroit, 12:30 p.m. Edmonton at Columbus, 6 p.m. Boston at Buffalo, 7 p.m. Tampa Bay at N.Y. Rangers, 7:30 p.m. New Jersey at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m. Chicago at Nashville, 8 p.m. Mondayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Games Philadelphia at Toronto, 7 p.m. Carolina at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m. San Jose at Columbus, 7 p.m. Los Angeles at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Phoenix at Colorado, 9 p.m. Minnesota at Calgary, 9 p.m.

GOLF Pebble Beach Par Scores The Associated Press Saturday Pebble Beach, Calif. Purse: $6.5 million b-Pebble Beach GL; 6,816 yards; par 72 m-Monterey Peninsula CC, sore Course; 6,838 yards; par 70 s-Spyglass Hill GC; 6,953 yards; par 72 Third Round Brandt Snedeker 66m-68s-68bâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;202 -12 James Hahn 71b-65m-66sâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;202 -12 Chris Kirk 71s-68b-64mâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;203 -11 Patrick Reed 68s-69b-67mâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;204 -10 Richard H. Lee 68m-71s-66bâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;205 -9 Retief Goosen 71s-68b-67mâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;206 -8 Robert Garrigus 71m-69s-66bâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;206 -8 Jason Day 68m-68s-70bâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;206 -8 James Driscoll 72m-67s-67bâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;206 -8 Jimmy Walker 68m-71s-67bâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;206 -8 FAILED TO QUALIFY Tommy Gainey 71s-70b-75mâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;216 +2 Allianz Championship Par Scores The Associated Press Saturday At The Old Course at Broken Sound Boca Raton, Fla. Purse: $1.8 million Yardage: 6,807; Par: 72 Rocco Mediate 67-61â&#x20AC;&#x201D;128 -16 Tom Pernice Jr. 66-65â&#x20AC;&#x201D;131 -13 Bernhard Langer 66-67â&#x20AC;&#x201D;133 -11 David Frost 70-65â&#x20AC;&#x201D;135 -9 Larry Mize 69-67â&#x20AC;&#x201D;136 -8

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Ard gets 1st hit for USC softball team DELAND, Fla. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Former Wilson Hall softball standout Ansley Ard got a hit and stole a base in her first collegiate game in South Carolinaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 11-3 victory over Michigan State on Saturday at Wilson ARD Field. Ard, a freshman, came on as a pinch runner. Along with the hit and stolen base, Ard also scored a run and was hit by a pitch. In Carolinaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 14-4 victory over Stetson later in the day, Ard was 0-for-2. USC SUMTER TWINBILL POSTPONED

SWAINSBORO, Ga. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; The University of South Carolina Sumter baseball teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s doubleheader against East Georgia College scheduled for Sasturday was postponed due to wet field conditions. The teams will play a doubleheader today beginning at noon. The Fire Ants are 2-0 on the season. VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL ST. FRANCIS XAVIER CLARENDON HALL

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WALTERBORO -- St. Francis Xavier High School defeated Clarendon Hall 47-34 in a semifinal game in the SCISA Region I-1A tournament on Saturday at the Colleton Prep gymnasium. The Padres, who improved to 18-7 on the season, will face Patrick Henry Academy in the championship game on Tuesday at 8 p.m. at CP. KJ Dozier led SFX with 22 points. Matt Mossell added 12. Collyn Bates paced the Saints, who finished with a 2-19 record, with 14 points. CLARENDON HALL Bates 14, Way 3, Bennett 5, Keller 4, Flemming 2, Lookabill 6. ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Dozier 22, Foreman 4, White 3, Mossell 12, Ma. Rickabaugh 6.


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SPORTS ITEMS Christian 57-43 on Saturday in a special playoff game at the West Florence High School gymnasium. Jonah Cox led REL with 15 points. Zach Grantham and Zach Gooding both had 12 and Dylan Tidwell had nine. Will Brown had 15 points and Tyler Davis 14 to pace Dillon Christian. REL will play host to either Williamsburg or Pee Dee on Monday in the Region IV-2A tournament. ROBERT E. LEE Cox 15, Grantham 12, Gooding 12, Tidwell 9, Chewning 4, Bramlett 2, Buddin 2. DILLON CHRISTIAN Brown 15, Mingues 6, Rourke 6, Trice 2, Davis 14.



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ST. MATTHEWS â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Thomas Sumter Academy defeated Calhoun Academy 29-14 in a semifinal game in the SCISA Region II-2A tournament on Saturday at the Calhoun gymnasium. The Generals, who improved to 16-4 on the season, will face Palmetto Christian in the championship game on Tuesday at the Calhoun gym. Drew Stengel led TSA with 12 points and Shakeel Robinson had 11. JV GIRLS BASKETBALL WILSON HALL FLORENCE CHRISTIAN

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Florence Christian 40-6 on Saturday in the semifinals of the SCISA Region II-3A tournament at Nash Student Center. The Lady Barons, who are 16-3 on the season, will face Orangeburg Prep on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in the championship game at Sumter County Civic Center. Lauren Goodson and Cori Moore both had 10 points to pace Wilson Hall. CLARENDON HALL PATRICK HENRY

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CRESTWOOD from Page B1 through this time.” And CHS’ current roster might just be the one to do it. After a lackluster start to the season that culminated in three losses at the CresCom Bank Invitational in Myrtle Beach, the Lady Knights have turned things around behind solid leadership, talented underclassmen and perhaps a deeper bench than in years past. “Ever since we got back from the beach, we’ve just all been on the same page,” junior guard Keanua Williams said. “We’ve worked hard on and off the court to be a better team and I think that’s why we’re playing so well right now.” Williams and senior point guard Daniquia Lewis have led the charge for Crestwood. Lewis is averaging 19 points a game and Williams has aver-

aged a double-double of about 12 points and 10 rebounds during region play. Against Darlington, Williams had nine points, nine rebounds and nine assists. “I try to do anything I can to help my team win,” Williams said. “I’ve worked a lot on my scoring this year and passing, but it all starts with defense. Defense wins championships.” Crystal Bennett is next on the team averaging eight points a game, but there are a lot of players contributing four or five points a night, giving Wilson more options than he had in the past, he said. “There were times in the last few years where we could only get scoring from about six players,” he said. “This year, I feel comfortable that we’re going to get contributions from 10 or 11 girls, even if it’s not always on the offensive end.” At 6-foot-3-inches tall, freshman Shaquanda McCray has been a force on the defensive end, averaging around seven blocked shots a game.


“We’ve had a lot of different players step up at different times this year,” junior guard Bennett said. “I think the seniors and juniors really stepped up their games when region started, and I think everyone else sort of followed that lead. “We’ve played together a lot over the last few seasons; a lot of us anyway. I think we know each others’ games and what we do best.” Perhaps the biggest advantage going forward for Crestwood is the team chemistry, which Wilson says is the strongest it’s been in years. “They’re really out there pulling for each other and wanting each other to succeed,” he said. “They’re together constantly on and off the court.” “I think we just trust each other more now,” Bennett said. “We’re not afraid to pass the ball on a 2-on-1 break and we’re not afraid to let the open man take the shot. “We’re just playing as a team right now, and hopefully it will stay that way for the next few weeks.”

SCHSL BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS BOYS First Round 4A Wednesday Upper State Byrnes at Hillcrest Gaffney at Rock Hill Laurens at Dorman Northwestern at Spring Valley Nation Ford at South Pointe Wade Hampton at T.L. Hanna Clover at Irmo Easley at Spartanburg Lower State Richland Northeast at North Augusta Fort Dorchester at West Ashley Dutch Fork at Sumter Wando at Bluffton Beaufort at Goose Creek Aiken at Conway South Florence at Summerville Ridge View at Lexington 3A Tuesday Upper State Clinton at Daniel Chapin at Southside Belton-Honea Path at Chapman Travelers Rest at A.C. Flora Dreher at Eastside Woodruff at Seneca Greer at Lower Richland Emerald at Chester Lower State Brookland-Cayce at Orangeburg-Wilkinson

Marlboro County at Myrtle Beach Hanahan at Strom Thurmond Wilson at Darlington Crestwood at North Myrtle Beach Airport at Stall Georgetown at Hartsville Hilton Head at Midland Valley 2A Wednesday Upper State Batesburg-Leesville at Landrum Chesnee at Abbeville Carolina at Newberry Saluda at Crescent Chesterfield at Keenan Columbia at Cheraw North Central at Indian Land Andrew Jackson at Fairfield Central Lower State Ridgeland-Hardeeville at Calhoun County Silver Bluff at Battery Creek Wade Hampton at Woodland Bishop England at Edisto Loris or Waccamaw at Lake Marion Andrews at Marion Kingstree at Dillon Mullins at Lake City 1A Tuesday Upper State St. Joseph’s at Ware Shoals C.A. Johnson at Wagener-Salley Tamassee-Salem at Christ Church or

Greenville Tech Hunter-Kinard-Tyler at Lamar Ridge Spring-Monetta at Lewisvlle Calhoun Falls at Christ Church or Greenville Tech McBee at Fox Creek Southside Christian at McCormick Lower State Cross at Whale Branch Timmonsville at Hannah-Pamplico Bethune-Bowman at Baptist Hill Green Sea-Floyds at C.E. Murray Latta at Carvers Bay Estill at Military Magnet Hemingway at Johnsonville St. John’s at Allendale-Fairfax GIRLS First Round 4A Tuesday Upper State Gaffney at J.L. Mann or Greenwood Mauldin at Clover Laurens or Westside at Dorman Lancaster at Ridge View South Pointe at Northwestern Spartanburg at J.L. Mann or Greenwood Rock Hill at Spring Valley Woodmont at Wade Hampton Lower State Irmo at Dutch Fork Ashley Ridge at Goose Creek Lexington at Sumter Wando at Colleton County

Fort Dorchester at West Ashley North Augusta at Carolina Forest West Florence at Sumter Blythewood at Aiken 3A Monday Upper State Clinton at Wren Chapin at Berea Seneca at Union County Blue Ridge at Dreher A.C. Flora at Greenville Broome at Daniel Southside at Lower Richland (Tuesday) Walhalla at Chester Lower State Midland Valley at Orangeburg-Wilkinson (Tuesday) Hartsville at Myrtle Beach Stall at Airport Socastee at Manning Darlington at North Myrtle Beach Gilbert at Hilton Head Geogetown at Crestwood Hanahan at Strom Thurmond 2A Tuesday Upper State Mid-Carolina at Blacksburg Chesnee at Abbeville Landrum at Newbery Ninety Six at Pendleton Pageland Central at Keenan

Columbia at Andrew Jackson or Cheraw Eau Claire at Andrew Jackson or Cheraw Chesterfield at Fairfield Central Lower State Burke at Wade Hampton Calhoun County at Ridgeland-Hardeeville Bamberg-Ehrhardt at Bishop England Battery Creek at Silver Bluff Waccamaw at Lake City Lake Marion at Dillon Lee Central at Mullins Marion at Kingstree 1A Monday Upper State Greenville Tech at McCormick C.A. Johnson at Fox Creek Ware Shoals at Christ Church or St. Joseph’s Hunter-Kinard-Tyler at Lamar Blackville-Hilda at McBee Calhoun Falls at Christ Church or St. Joseph’s Great Falls at Ridge Spring-Monetta Brashier Middle at Dixie Lower State Lincoln at Whale Branch C.E. Murray at Johnsonville Bethune-Bowman at Cross Hannah-Pamplico at Hemingway Lake View at Timmonsville Estill at Baptist Hill Carvers Bay at Latta St. John’s at Denmark-Olar

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PLAYOFFS from Page B1 17-5 on the season, but enter the playoffs having lost to West Florence on Tuesday. Lexington is the No. 4 team from Region V. The girls teams from Crestwood and Manning will both play at home on Monday in the first round. Crestwood, the Region Vi-3A champion, is 20-5 and will take on Georgetown, the No. 4 team from Region VII. Manning finished second in Region VI and will take on the No. 3 team from Region VII, Socastee. The Crestwood boys and Lee Central girls will both be on the road on Tuesday. Crestwood, which finished fourth in Region VI, will play at Region VII No. 1 North Myrtle Beach. Lee Central, which finished fourth in Region VII, will meet Region VIII champion Mullins.

SCISA from Page B1 will play at 5. These games will be a rematch of regular-season finales on Friday. Tuesday’s varsity girls championship game is set for a 6 p.m. start with the boys game scheduled for 7:30. The JV girls title game is set for a 3:30 start with the boys game at 4:45.

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unheated square feet, $432,000 (new dwelling, residential). Marc Phillip and Johanna Aleck, owners, Baker Builders, contractor, 1275 Boardwalk, $17,000 (complete bonus room, residential); Amanda Prosser, owner, Harvey McDonald, contractor, 6425 Middleton Road, Wedgefield (mobile home, residential); SMV Sumter East LLC, owner, Blu Sky Restoration Contractors Inc., contractor, 880 Carolina Ave., $20,000 (fungal impact remediation / drywall / remove / replace insulation, commercial); Joan G. Gunter (lifetime estate), owner, Windham Roofing & Remodeling, contractor, 1330 Camp Branch Road, $9,655 (reroof, residential); Susan R. McDuffie, owner, Jeffrey D. Haas, contractor, 437 Haynsworth St., $10,000 (new roof, residential). Dorothy J. Dabbs (lifetime estate), owner, Jonathan Brent Waynick, contractor, 1244 Devonshire Drive, $5,075 (new roof, residential); Robert Wayne Burr, owner, Harvey McDonald, contractor, 1840 Mallory Drive (mobile home, residential); Windsor City, owner, Tim Huffstetler, contractor, 202 Sussex Drive (A) (mobile home, residential); Windsor City, owner, Tim Huffstetler, contractor, 203 Sussex Drive (B) (mobile home, residential); Marilyn R. Gause, owner, Wilkes Builders, contractor, 1370 Holiday Road, 1,000 heated square feet and 400 unheated square feet, $69,000 (new dwelling, residential); Jamie Michelle Lumley, owner, Jeffrey D. Haas, contractor, 1401 Furman Drive, $6,100 (reroof, residential). Harold E. and Barbara P. Tuttle, owners, Hodge Roofing Solutions LLC, contractor, 240 Lesesne Drive, $6,750 (reroof, residential); Marvin Ladson and Dian Larrimore, owners, Sun Pools & Spas of Sumter, contractor, 20 Glider Court, $25,200 (swimming pool, residential); Marvin E. McMillan Jr. and Stavrou, owners, Jeffrey D. Haas, contractor, 920 Grimble Court, $8,100 (reroof, residential); Orlando J. and Nellie Jea Papucci, owners, Nunnery Roofing & Remodeling, contractor, 3 Calhoun Drive, $7,880 (reroof — shingles, residential); Debbie Spann, owner, Ralph Brown, contractor, 3540 Lacy Road, Dalzell (mobile home, residential); Anne F. Shore, owner, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 2267 Graystone Drive, $8,110 (reshingle roof, residential).




SPRING TRAINING from Page B1 players in the trade market as if they were baseball cards. NL Cy Young Award winner R.A. Dickey was acquired from the Mets, and 2011 NL batting champion Jose Reyes arrived with pitchers Mark Buehrle and Josh Johnson from Miami, which seemed to jettison virtually every veteran other than mascot Billy the Marlin. “There’s pressure to win for everybody,’’ said manager John Gibbons, back running the Blue Jays’ dugout for the first time since 2008. “It’s survival of franchises. They’ve got to win sooner or later. That forces some teams to do some things if you’re going to keep up.’’ Players and fans are looking forward to sun in Florida and Arizona over the next 1 1/2 months, with the exhibition schedule starting Feb. 21 when the Boston Red Sox host Northeastern University at Fort Myers, Fla. But the cloud of drugs remains over the game. Alex Rodriguez, Gio Gonzalez and others were alleged to have obtained substances on baseball’s banned list from a Florida clinic, charges the players denied. Who did what will take months to sort out, perhaps years. Teams are more focused on the now. The Atlanta Braves, minus retired star Chipper Jones, were busy this winter bringing in brothers B.J. and Justin Upton to play alongside each other in a stacked outfield. The Washington Nationals, who brought postseason baseball to the nation’s capital last year for the first time

since 1933, look primed for a run at the World Series. They re-signed Adam LaRoche and added Dan Haren, Denard Span and Rafael Soriano to a deep and talented roster highlighted by young phenoms Stephen Strasburg and Bryce Harper. At the other end of the spectrum, Houston, which hosts Texas in the March 31 major league opener, stripped down as it moved into the American League and left itself with just five players on the big league roster who have three seasons or more in the majors. With a payroll in the $25 million range — less than Rodriguez alone will earn — the Astros could become the first team to get the top draft pick for three straight years. They also could become just the second team, according to STATS, to lose 106 or more games in three consecutive seasons. The 1962-65 New York Mets are the other. “I’m optimistic. I think we’re going to have a much better year than people think, and I don’t think it has anything to do with payroll,’’ general manager Jeff Luhnow said. “I think it has to do with the coaching staff that we have and the young players that have a tremendous amount of upside.’’ Spending doesn’t always work. Exhibit A is the Miami Marlins. Moving into their new ballpark last spring, the Marlins thought they had a good chance to win the World Series for the first time since 2003. But Miami skidded out of contention, stars were traded, and manager Ozzie Guillen was fired.


NL EAST SPRING TRAINING CAPSULES WASHINGTON NATIONALS Manager: Davey Johnson (third season). 2012: 98-64, first place, lost in division series. Training Town: Viera, Fla. Park: Space Coast Stadium. First Workout: Feb. 14/17. He’s Here: RHP Rafael Soriano, RHP Dan Haren, CF Denard Span, C Chris Snyder. He’s Outta Here: LF-1B Michael Morse, RHP Edwin Jackson, LHP Sean Burnett, LHP Mike Gonzalez, LHP John Lannan, C Jesus Flores, INF-OF Mark DeRosa, RHP Chien-Ming Wang. Going campin’: Stephen Strasburg will be rarin’ to go, no doubt, after his much-debated shutdown late in the 2012 regular season that kept him off Washington’s playoff roster for a division series exit against St. Louis. Same goes for Bryce Harper, the NL Rookie of the Year who, as GM Mike Rizzo put it, is “always going 100 mph with his hair on fire.” That pair of former No. 1 overall draft picks helped quickly turn the Nationals from a 100-loss laughingstock to one of baseball’s elite teams last season, when they led the majors in victories. To save some wear and tear on the 20-year-old Harper, Rizzo shifted him from center field to left — trading away Morse — and traded for Span to handle center and bat leadoff. One spot worth watching this spring: relief pitching. Washington blew a 6-0 lead in its season-ending Game 5 NLDS loss to the Cardinals, and Rizzo went out and signed Soriano, who stepped in to close for the Yankees last season when Mariano Rivera got injured. With Soriano, Tyler Clippard and Drew Storen, the Nationals have a strong back end of the bullpen for Johnson to mix and match. With the departures of Burnett and Gonzalez, though, the Nationals are short on lefty relievers.

ATLANTA BRAVES Manager: Fredi Gonzalez (third season). 2012: 94-68, second place, lost wild-card game. Training Town: Kissimmee, Fla. Park: Champion Stadium, ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. First Workout: Feb. 12/15. He’s Here: CF B.J. Upton, OF Justin Upton, 3B Chris Johnson, C Gerald Laird, RHP Jordan Walden. He’s Outta Here: 3B Chipper Jones, INF-OF Martin Prado, RHP Randall Delgado, RHP Tommy Hanson, RHP Jair Jurrjens, CF Michael Bourn, C David Ross, RHP Chad Durbin, 1B-OF Eric Hinske, RHP Ben Sheets, OF Matt Diaz, RHP Peter Moylan, 1B Lyle Overbay, INF Jeff Baker, RHP Miguel Batista. Going campin’: Following the retirement of Jones, the Braves needed to restock their offense. The moves by general manager Frank Wren were more dramatic than expected. Wren signed B.J. Upton to a five-year, $75.25 million contract, the richest deal ever awarded a free agent by the Braves. Then he traded for Upton’s younger brother, Justin. Johnson, expected to platoon with Juan Francisco at third base, also arrived in the seven-player deal that sent Prado, Delgado and three minor leaguers to Arizona. The Braves are left with one of the most athletic outfields in baseball. The Upton brothers and right fielder Jason Heyward provide speed and power. The Braves also have a young lineup: Justin Upton, Heyward, first baseman Freddie Freeman and shortstop Andrelton Simmons are 25 or younger. The Braves are counting on Simmons, who batted .289 in 49 games as a rookie last season, to hit leadoff. A key for spring training will be the health of catcher Brian McCann, who is returning from surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder. McCann is expected to be cleared to hit and throw during camp, but he could miss the first two weeks of the season if doctors wait to clear him for diving and sliding. After making six straight All-Star teams, McCann struggled last season as he tried to play through the injury. He hit only .230, easily a career low. The Braves see a healthy McCann batting fourth in the lineup, but he’ll have to show he has regained his ability to drive the ball. Laird could open the season as the fill-in starter. Walden joins elite closer Craig Kimbrel, Jonny Ven-

ters and Eric O’Flaherty as power arms in the bullpen. The first four spots of the rotation are set with Tim Hudson, Kris Medlen, Mike Minor and Paul Maholm. Brandon Beachy, who had a strong start to the 2012 season before needing elbow ligament-replacement surgery, could return to the rotation by midseason. There will be competition this spring to determine who holds the No. 5 spot until Beachy returns. The trade of Hanson to the Angels for Walden clears the way for Julio Teheran, Sean Gilmartin and others to compete for the final spot.

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES Manager: Charlie Manuel (ninth season). 2012: 81-81, third place. Training Town: Clearwater, Fla. Park: BrightHouse Networks Field. First Workout: Feb. 13/16. He’s Here: 3B Michael Young, CF Ben Revere, RF Delmon Young, RHP Mike Adams, LHP John Lannan, RHP Chad Durbin, RHP Aaron Cook. He’s Outta Here: RHP Vance Worley, 3B Placido Polanco, OF Juan Pierre, INF Ty Wigginton, OF Nate Schierholtz, RHP Josh Lindblom, RHP Jose Contreras, C Brian Schneider. Going campin’: For the first time since 2008, the Phillies won’t be the team to beat in the NL East at the start of spring training. After winning five straight division titles, the Phillies finished behind Washington and Atlanta last year. They’re counting on a roster filled with high-priced, aging stars to make another run. But there are several question marks. The biggest ones surround the health of Chase Utley, Ryan Howard and Roy Halladay. Utley hasn’t played in a Grapefruit League game the last two years because of a chronic knee condition that’s forced him to miss significant time at the start of the regular season. The five-time All-Star second baseman hopes to make his season debut in April instead of late May and late June as he did each of the last two years. Howard’s season began in mid-July last year as the big slugger recovered from a torn Achilles tendon. Howard is owed at least $105 million over the next five years, but the 2006 NL MVP hasn’t come close to matching that production the last few years. Halladay missed two months in the middle of last season and didn’t pitch up to his usual ace form even when he was healthy. The Phillies need all three players to earn their hefty contracts to give them a chance to contend. There’s uncertainty in the outfield, too. Revere was acquired from Minnesota to be the starting center fielder. Delmon Young, despite his defensive limitations, was signed to play right. He was mostly a designated hitter and played sparingly in left field for Detroit last year. Minor league home run champ Darin Ruf, former top prospect Domonic Brown and John Mayberry Jr. will compete for playing time in left field. Michael Young, the seven-time All-Star with Texas, also makes the transition to everyday fielder after serving mostly as a DH the past couple of years. He returns to third base, a position he hasn’t played regularly since 2010. A rotation that once boasted four aces still has three, assuming Halladay resembles his old self. Cliff Lee was only 6-9 last year, but had a 3.16 ERA. Cole Hamels enjoyed his finest season and was rewarded with a $144 million contract. The bullpen, led by closer Jonathan Papelbon, may be Philadelphia’s strength. Adams, one of the most effective setup men in the majors, should help the Phillies avoid the problems they had in the eighth inning last year.

NEW YORK METS Manager: Terry Collins (third season). 2012: 74-88, fourth place. Training Town: Port St. Lucie, Fla. Park: Tradition Field. First Workout: Feb. 13/18. He’s Here: RHP Shaun Marcum, C John Buck, C Travis d’Arnaud, OF Marlon Byrd, RHP LaTroy Hawkins, RHP Scott Atchison, INF Brandon Hicks, OF Collin Cowgill, OF Andrew Brown, C Anthony Recker, INF-OF Brian Bixler, INF Omar Quintanilla,


LHP Pedro Feliciano, LHP Aaron Laffey, C Landon Powell, OF Jamie Hoffman. He’s Outta Here: RHP R.A. Dickey, OF Scott Hairston, LF Jason Bay, C Josh Thole, C Kelly Shoppach, CF Andres Torres, RHP Mike Pelfrey, RHP Chris Young, RHP Ramon Ramirez, RHP Jon Rauch, RHP Manny Acosta, INF Ronny Cedeno, C Rob Johnson, C Mike Nickeas, LHP Justin Hampson, OF Fred Lewis. Going campin’: The frugal Mets were the last team to sign a big league free agent this winter, adding Marcum to the rotation with a $4 million, one-year deal. That doesn’t mean it was a quiet offseason, though, because the club made several major decisions. New York released Bay, an expensive bust, and committed to building around All-Star 3B David Wright by signing the face of the franchise to a $138 million, eight-year contract — the richest in team history. The Mets also traded Dickey, last year’s NL Cy Young Award winner, to Toronto for a touted package of prospects plus Buck. And they might still make a play for free-agent CF Michael Bourn and reliever Brandon Lyon. Besides that, GM Sandy Alderson has stood pat with an unproven outfield of Lucas Duda, Kirk Nieuwenhuis and Mike Baxter while trying to fill bullpen and bench holes with no-names and aging veterans at bargain prices. Some are simply stopgap solutions for a team in the middle of a complex rebuilding project — even if the Mets don’t like to acknowledge that, for some reason. Alderson says the Mets have increased flexibility, and one or two big moves could quickly make them a contender. The biggest reason for optimism is the cadre of promising young pitchers in the system. Matt Harvey had an impressive debut last season and top prospect Zack Wheeler is getting close. Fans will be itching to see d’Arnaud before long, too. A premier catching prospect with power, he was acquired in the Dickey deal. Nieuwenhuis (foot), Duda (wrist), pitcher Dillon Gee (blood clot) and closer Frank Francisco (elbow surgery) are all coming off injuries and must show they are healthy during spring training. The same goes for Johan Santana, who enters the final year of his $137.5 million contract. None of the starters in the projected rotation reached 200 innings last year. Better days appear to be ahead, but the Mets face a tough road to success in a talented division. Thankfully, the Marlins could keep them out of last place again.

MIAMI MARLINS Manager: Mike Redmond (first season). 2012: 69-93, fifth place. Training Town: Jupiter, Fla. Park: Roger Dean Stadium. First Workout: Feb. 12/15. He’s Here: SS Adeiny Hechavarria, 3B Placido Polanco, OF Juan Pierre, C Jeff Mathis, RHP John Maine, RHP Jon Rauch, RHP Chad Qualls, RHP Kevin Slowey, OF Austin Kearns. He’s Outta Here: Manager Ozzie Guillen, SS Jose Reyes, RHP Josh Johnson, LHP Mark Buehrle, RHP Heath Bell, RHP Carlos Zambrano, 1B Carlos Lee, C John Buck, INF-OF Emilio Bonifacio, LHP Randy Choate, RHP Chad Gaudin, RHP Juan Oviedo. Going campin’: The Marlins’ free-spending ways in their new ballpark lasted less than a year, and the franchise’s latest purge sent Reyes, Johnson and Buehrle packing to Toronto. As a result, the Marlins are back to a small payroll, small crowds and modest expectations. They’re counting on youngsters Nathan Eovaldi and Jacob Turner to make the rotation, which leaves only one spot open, and the starting lineup is mostly set — although there’s little protection for slugger Giancarlo Stanton. Hechavarria is considered a potential star at shortstop. Redmond, a first-time manager, has some sorting out to do with the bullpen and bench, and management will be eager to get a peak at the organization’s top prospects, 21-year-old outfielder Christian Yelich and 20-year-old right-hander Jose Fernandez. Both are expected to start the season in Double-A, but either or both might join the Marlins at some point in 2013.


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bouncing up and down in the he thought of another flood. It got strong enough to acweekend staring at the tually bump the boat just a bit. walls just didn’t appeal to After a short ride on the main me. A Saturday at the first birthday party of granddaughter Katie, run, I turned right onto York Creek and began my tour. At one aka “Scooter,” and then the next time, I duck hunted the area Saturday with Katie coming for a around York Creek fairly heavily, weekend visit, sort of put the especially the area between York skids on doing anything outdoors. Don’t get me wrong; I love and Snake Creeks. I had not been my Scooter, and wouldn’t change anywhere near them in about two years; I was just wondering having her for the weekend for how much things had changed. anything, but it does limit what York Creek has always been one is able to do to prepare an just overrun with stumps, and I article. was hoping the higher waters So Saturday dawned, freezing would help lift me over cold but clear and relamost of them. Evidently, tively windless, and with the water wasn’t that high nothing on the agenda, I because I seemed to find thought I’d pull the boat them all; call it renewing out and take a ride in the old friendships. swamp. I cleaned some of I went up the creek the remnants of duck seauntil I ran into a wall of son out of the boat, stored Earle weeds and cane and not it on the shelves where it WOODWARD wanting to spend the time belongs, and went to the to pick my way through, I closet to grab a couple of turned around and headed back ultra-light rods — you know, just out. I may have jumped 10-15 in case. wood ducks and a pair of MerBy the time I had piddled around, put some ice in the cool- gansers. I got back to the main run er, added a few drinks and eaten about 2:15 p.m. and decided to a sandwich for lunch, the day head over to McGirt’s Lake to see had warmed nicely. how things looked over there and The water in Sparkleberry perhaps use one of the rods I had Swamp has come up a couple of thrown into the boat. Because it feet in the last few weeks. In fact, is so much bigger, the current in it is now up high enough to be the lake was considerably slower, able to troll out of the ditch inmaking it easier to use the trollstead of having to get up on a ing motor. plane to make it. There was a litI pulled over to the far side tle current at the landing, but not and began to cast a jig head too much. tipped with the ever popular The current out in the swamp green, curly-tailed jig to the bases was another story altogether. I of the cypress trees and then rebegan to weave my way through trieving it with an agonizingly the trees and noticed the swirl of slow retrieve; just enough speed water on the downstream side of the tree trunks and stumps as the to make the tail flutter. At first, I current wrapped itself around the was less than impressed and figured I was just wasting my time, obstacles. Small branches were

but then I felt an ever-so-slight nudge on the line and set the hook. It was definitely a fish and after a short tussle, I lifted a nice little crappie over the side, unhooked him and dropped him into the cooler. I continued to cast without a lot of success and then opted to change things up and slowly troll just off the tree line. I have had success doing that, and since casting wasn’t ripping them out by the roots, why not? Maybe 100 yards had drifted by the boat when my light line came to an abrupt stop. I set the hook and was sure that I had another medium-sized crappie, until it got close to the boat. Once close to the boat, the fish decided it had had enough and began to exert its authority. It was a jackfish of about three pounds and it had the jig firmly impaled in the right side of its jaw. The fish and I went ’round and ’round, but I finally won and slipped the net under the great fish. One crappie, one jackfish; fine dining would be had by all. I slipped to the other side of the lake where the sun had been warming the waters for most of the afternoon, and on the first cast felt that gentle tap; another fish! This time it was a slab crappie that fought as hard as any crappie I’ve ever caught. The fish gave it his all until I hoisted him into the little net. He was a big crappie with a healthy set of shoulders on him. He would make a couple of fine fillets. I motored back to the hill with supper in the box and a peace in my heart. Every now and again, a guy just has to put the boat in the water and go for a ride. Catching dinner is just a bonus.

FISHING REPORT Santee Cooper System Striped Bass: Good. Captain Jim Glenn reports that striper fishing is good in both lakes, with striper concentrated in and around large schools of baitfish. Bait will be suspended in deep water in Lake Moultrie as well as in some of the bigger creeks in Lake Marion. There are also concentrations of baitfish along the old river channel in Lake Marion as well. Lake Murray Crappie: Good. Jigs around docks and near piers are producing fair numbers. Head out to the mouths of creeks with tightlines for more action. Striper: Good. Lake World reports the best fishing is had from mid-lake on up. Look for circling birds and find the fish. Use bucktails and freelines and fish in deep water with downlines. Largemouth Bass: Fair. In the afternoon when it’s warm fish in shallow areas. The best is in 12 to 25 feet of water around points and open water humps with dropshots and Carolina rigs. Shellcracker: Good. Go to the lower end of the lake in 4 to 10 feet of water. Catfish: Good. Pretty much all over the lake with the lower end producing for channel cats in 20 feet of water and the upper lake working for blues in 30 to 50 feet. Use cut herring or nightcrawlers for both. Lake Wateree Catfish: Fair. Changing temperatures, wind patterns, and flux in water levels make fishing more interesting and challenging. Probably the most reliable constant however is the length of day. Fish will be influenced by the light patterns regardless of water temperature. The anchor bite deep is fair yielding. A modest channel cat and blue bite are working with gizzard shad and white perch the baits of choice. Crappie: Fair to good. Fish are starting to move down the lake, but a new cold front pushed them back into the river channel. Fishing at 18 feet down over 30 feet of water between the river and the state park with minnows has produced. Lake Greenwood Crappie: Good. Angler Russell Riley reports that fish are still near the river channel. Right now the fish he is targeting have been a couple of feet off the bottom in 14-18 feet of

water, but if temperatures warm they could move towards the mouths of creeks. The first move will be vertical in the water column and the second move will be shallower. It’s unlikely that fish would move into the backs of creeks in the next two weeks, but they could have moved into creek mouths if temperatures are mild. A combination of jigs and minnows will be the winning bait. Largemouth Bass: Fair. Some schooling reported around the lake. The best bet is to look for circling birds. White perch can also be caught under the bass by jigging and spoons are working. For bass use crankbaits off points and around coves. Lake Monticello Catfish: Good. The bite for blue catfish in the 10-20 pound range is still good, with fish running bigger not uncommon. Many shad and catfish are glued to the bottom and the most productive depth range has been 50-65 feet. Anchor around shad schools that are not tight to the bottom and slightly broken up, which indicates that fish are feeding on them. White perch, gizzard shad and even herring are working well and cutting the bait in cubes about the size of a mussel has been catching the majority of the fish. Lake Russell Crappie: Fair. Crappie are still in a deep pattern. Fish just off the bottom around 40 feet. On some warm days the fish will start to move up the water column. Spotted Bass: Fair. Best results off points with jigs and jerkbaits mostly in 25 feet of water. Striper: Poor. The up and down water temps have spread the fish all over the lake and they can be tough to locate. The best area is still the Beaver Dam pulling freelines. Lake Thurmond Largemouth Bass: Fair to good. Fish are moving shallow and are caught on crankbaits and Carolina rigs along the main points. Striper: Fair. Catch ‘em mid-lake near the edge of the river channel and on the mouths of creeks. Fish 40 feet down with downlines. Some good bites also around the lower end of the lake near the dam using cut bait. Crappie: Good. Many are in a pre-spawn mode and can be caught in the back of tributaries in 30 feet over trees. Anchor and use minnows.

TIDE TABLES MONDAY, Feb. 11 02:19 AM -1.09 L 08:39 AM 6.1 H 02:47 PM -1.03 L 08:52 PM 5.74 H

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| TUESDAY, Feb. 12 03:07 AM -0.89 L 09:23 AM 5.85 H 03:30 PM -0.87 L 09:38 PM 5.66 H

WEDNESDAY, Feb. 13 03:54 AM -0.59 L 10:06 AM 5.52 H 04:13 PM -0.63 L 10:22 PM 5.49 H

THURSDAY, Feb. 14 04:40 AM -0.22 L 10:48 AM 5.16 H 04:55 PM -0.33 L 11:06 PM 5.29 H

FRIDAY, Feb. 15 05:27 AM 0.17 L 11:32 AM 4.8 H 05:38 PM -0.02 L 11:52 PM 5.07 H

SATURDAY, Feb. 16 06:16 AM 0.51 L 12:18 PM 4.49 H 06:24 PM 0.25 L

SUNDAY, Feb. 17 12:41 AM 4.87 H 07:09 AM 0.79 L 01:09 PM 4.26 H 07:14 PM 0.45 L






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How To Read The Market in Review The list includes the most active stocks in each exchange, as well as stocks of local interest.

G-H-I GNC 36.32 +.38 Gafisa SA 4.88 +.01 GameStop 26.06 +.65 Gannett 19.50 +.26 Gap 32.23 ... Generac 40.54 +.80 GenDynam 66.82 +.05 GenElec 22.50 +.02 GenGrPrp 20.14 +.13 GenMills 42.60 +.13 GenMotors 28.57 +.10 Genpact 16.78 -.03 Genworth 8.80 -.08 Gerdau 8.85 ... GlaxoSKln 45.48 +.20 +PSFEP'EWL   GolLinhas 6.99 -.31 GoldFLtd 11.90 +.02 Goldcrp g 36.11 -.02 GoldmanS 151.60 +1.34 GoodrPet 13.34 +.59 vjGrace 72.42 -.21 GrafTech 9.46 -.04 GraphPkg 7.24 +.09 GpFSnMx n 15.40 +.10 GpTelevisa 27.89 -.07 Guess 28.08 +1.11 HCA Hldg 37.22 +.15 HCP Inc 46.70 +.23 HDFC Bk 38.37 +.24 HSBC 56.76 +1.43 HSBUS pfH 25.34 -.01 HalconR rs 7.80 -.10 Hallibrtn 41.26 +.43 Hanesbrds 40.51 +.33 HarleyD 52.86 +.32 Harman 45.59 +.37 HarmonyG 7.09 -.13 HartfdFn 24.17 -.07 Headwatrs 9.02 +.01 HltCrREIT 62.30 +.35 HltMgmt 10.69 +.18 HlthcrTr n 10.87 +.02 ,IGOQERR   HeclaM 5.51 ... Heinz 60.91 -.09 HelixEn 24.80 +.19 HelmPayne 64.39 +.08 Herbalife 35.85 -.07 Hershey 80.21 -.12 Hertz 18.44 ... Hess 67.37 +.80 HewlettP 16.87 +.43 Hillshire n 32.26 +.05 HollyFront 56.26 +1.70 HomeDp 67.01 +.70 HonwllIntl 70.53 +.16 Hornbeck 43.90 +.14 Hospira 34.50 +.26 HospPT 26.03 +.23 HostHotls 16.81 +.27 HovnanE 5.19 -.03 HudsPacP 21.92 +.02 Humana 81.35 -.17 Huntsmn 18.92 +.19 IAMGld g 8.70 -.06 ICICI Bk 43.48 -.49 ING 9.14 +.04 iShGold 16.22 -.04 iSAstla 26.30 +.32 iShBraz 55.94 -.04 iSCan 28.98 ... iShEMU 33.69 +.24 iShGer 24.97 +.10 iSh HK 20.12 +.22 iShItaly 13.41 +.12 iShJapn 10.04 -.04 iSh Kor 59.56 +1.05 iSMalas 14.40 +.09 iShMex 73.21 +.19 iShSing 13.83 +.14 iSPacxJpn 48.95 +.64 iSSpain 30.52 +.65 iSTaiwn 13.52 +.05 iSh UK 18.34 +.15 iShSilver 30.43 -.03 iShDJDv 60.65 +.20 iShBTips 120.61 -.04 iShChina25 39.85 +.33 iSCorSP500152.55 +.77 iShCorTBd 110.28 +.03 iShEMkts 43.85 +.32 iShiBxB 119.51 +.26 iShB20 T 117.12 +.45 iShB1-3T 84.45 +.01

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M-N-0 MBIA MDU Res MEMC MFA Fncl MGIC MGM Rsts MSCI Inc Macerich Macys MagnaChip

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42.77 22.38 63.35 138.88 30.31 122.47 11.64

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Runnin’ on Dunkin’

LEFT: Juan Aguirrez sips his coffee Sunday afternoon as he sits with friends and family at Dunkin’ Donuts. RIGHT: Customers ease their way into the line at the busy Broad Street restaurant. BELOW RIGHT: Cameron Thomas, far right, waits as Paige Leighton places her order with crew member Eric Borden on Sunday afternoon.

Coffee, doughnut chain reaches Gamecock City BY ROB COTTINGHAM On Sunday afternoons, you can almost count on Sumter to be a quiet place. Most of the local businesses are either closed for the day or shut down early Sunday evening, and traffic is slow and scattered. Typically, only restaurants and grocery stores experience any noteworthy traffic as the city awaits the beginning of another work week. Is there any better way to do so than with coffee and a doughnut? Now, after years of an-

ticipation, Sumterites may finally enjoy the offerings of one of the most recognizable restaurant chains in America: Dunkin’ Donuts. And enjoy, they have. Unlike some stores on a lazy Sumter Sunday, Dunkin’ Donuts was packed. The chairs at every table were occupied, and the line reached to the doors. What keeps them coming back? Depends on who you ask. “I love their chocolate glazed doughnuts,” said Paige Leighton, a secondtimer at the Sumter loca-

tion. “Every trip here so far is quite pleasant. They’re fast and friendly.” “I’m here for the hot chocolate,” first-timer Cameron Thomas said. “I heard it’s good and came to try it, myself.” Eric Borden, a crew

From left, Joel Gomez, Gris Veliz, Mely Veliz, 17, and Annie Ramirez, 15, enjoy their coffee as they chat and laugh at one of the tables inside Dunkin’ Donuts on Sunday.

member at the establishment, said he’s noticed quite a few favorites as an employee. “I’ve been here for about a month and a half,” he said. “People seem to really like our Boston Creme-filled doughnuts and our sausage, egg and cheese croissants.” But he added that one product definitely stood out above the rest. “People love our coffee,” Borden said. “It’s definitely our most popular product, whether it’s hot or iced.” The scenery last Sunday afternoon definitely supported that claim — nearly every person in the store was holding some form of coffee in their Dunkin’ Donuts cups, mugs and thermoses. Some customers, such as Jolynne Schneider, stop by exclusively for the coffee.

“Coffee,” she said, laughing at the drivethrough window. “I’m here for the coffee.” Schneider, who hails from Raeford, N.C., said she stops by the shop nearly every time she visits her family in Sumter. “I don’t know what it is,” she said with a smile. “It’s just good; better than others.” Her sentiment seemed to be shared by everyone in the restaurant, as families and friends sat and chatted over sweet treats and coffee. If one thing seemed evident from the scenery, Sumterites have given the chain’s local installment a collective “thumbs up.” As the brand’s slogan says, “America runs on Dunkin’,” Sumter included. Reach Rob Cottingham at (803) 774-1225.

COMING SOON TO SUMTER RIGHT: Located next to Gamecock Lanes on Broad Street, Golden Chick is a fast-food restaurant set to open in Sumter soon. The Dallas-based franchise offers a menu comprised of fried chicken, chicken tenders, fried catfish and other Southern favorites, such as fried okra, mashed potatoes, cole slaw and dirty rice.

LEFT: Situated next to Tractor Supply Co. on Broad Street Extension, Spring Hill Suites by Marriott is the newest of a group of hotels to recently sprout on the stretch of U.S. 378 that spans between Sumter and Shaw AFB. Its proximity to several family restaurants and boutiques should appeal to incoming tourists and visitors of the Gamecock City.





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Confederate postal history a passion

Local man explores

CIVIL WAR through collecting



arry Baum likes to put things in context, to find things with an interesting history, match them with other objects that somehow share that history, and tie them together. For the past 13 or so years, he’s been collecting stamps and covers (envelopes) from the Confederate States of America and learning as much as possible about them as he can.

“It’s fun to find a cover addressed to someone and then find one they sent to someone else and to do research to find out something about them,” Baum said. Some of the covers he’s collected have the letters inside, although most do not. Baum said he’s learned a lot about the history of the Civil War and the people in it, some of it from reading letters written by firsthand witnesses. Now the secretary of the Confederate Stamp Alliance (CSA), Baum said he collected stamps as a boy, but switched to the rarer Confederate stamps when “I got bored with U.S. stamps.” “When I found the joy of collecting the covers,” he said, “I wanted the stamps on the envelopes.” He explained that “There are 14 (Confederate) government-issued stamps, 13 of which were postally used during the Civil War, versus the U.S.’ one stamp. The only people pictured on the stamps were Jefferson Davis, John C. Calhoun and Thomas Jefferson. Then there were 50 or so stamps issued by towns.” For a brief time after its

secession on Dec. 20, 1860, South Carolina “was considered an independent country, but the U.S. post office still delivered mail to and from the state until Feb. 4, 1861, when the Confederacy was officially started,” Baum said. “The postal relation was severed June 1 of ‘61.” At that time, Baum said, “The Confederate states didn’t have the ability yet to produce postal stamps, so each postmaster had to fend for himself on how to do stamps. Some towns issued their own stamps,.” He pointed out one from Mobile, Ala. “You couldn’t take the Mobile stamp and mail it out of Sumter, for example. The Sumter postmaster wouldn’t know what it was.” There were around 50 of these stamps, called “postmaster provisional stamps.” “Then you have handstamped provisionals,” Baum said. “This is what Sumter had. The U.S. postal rate was 3 cents in 1860 and ‘61. The Confederate rate was up to 5 cents for under 500 miles, and 10 cents for over 500 miles.” He noted that there was no home delivery during SEE BAUM, PAGE C6


Larry Baum looks through notebooks filled with scanned images of his collection of stamps and envelopes issued and used in the Confederacy during the Civil War. As secretary of the Confederate Stamp Alliance, he is also in charge of selling the new “Confederate States of America Catalog and Handbook of Stamps and Postal History.”


The stamp is the first Confederate issued stamp, which came out in Mid-October 1861. From June 1 thru Mid-October each Postmaster was on his own devices to “rate” or stamp the envelopes (covers), either a “handstamp PAID”, “handstamp Provisional” or a “Provisional” stamp.


This photo shows a close-up of a corner adver tising the Sumter Watchman, a predecessor of The Item.


This is the back of the earliest recorded Confederate college cover. Barhamville was a women’s college in Columbia.


This cover in Baum’s collection shows two o women operating an n envelope-folding machine..


Pittman trial concludes after startling testimony early life and her relations with Dr. Davis leading up to the morning he was killed. She revealed that she was first married to a Harold from the archives of Ward in The Item 1936 but less than a year later the marriage was annulled, with Mrs. Item Editor Pittman HUBERT OSTEEN claiming “she never lived with him, she did not love him” and only married him after he promised to take her to his home in Atlanta. However, after the marriage, yesteryear in Sumter

75 YEARS AGO – 1938 July 8-14 The murder trial of Redin G. Pittman, 33, and his wife Travis Goodman Pittman, 22, entered its second day, once again before a packed courtroom that included “several hundred women,” according to The Item’s account, most of them eager to hear the testimony of Mrs. Pittman concerning the shooting death of prominent Mayesville physician Dr. E.M Davis, 54, at his home in the early morning hours of March 4, 1938. Her testimony began in the morning and extended into the late afternoon. The initial part of Mrs. Pittman’s morning testimony dealt with her

Ward told her he did not have a home in Atlanta. Following the annulment, Mrs. Pittman began living with her co-defendant Pittman, and the couple was married in June 1937. Her husband followed her to the stand and told of first meeting her at his filling station in Lake City and “formed a great attachment to her” that led to the couple living together even after she told Pittman of her previous relationship with Dr. Davis. It was during that time she attempted suicide “because of her past life and the consistent efforts of Dr. Davis to keep her under control,” Pittman testified. What triggered the early

morning visit to Dr. Davis’ home, Pittman said, was when his wife told of receiving two messages from Dr. Davis and a number of other things about the way Dr. Davis had treated her, which angered Pittman and TRAVIS PITTMAN made him decide to go to Mayesville “and have an understanding that he (Davis) would never again bother them,” and if he “didn’t talk right,” intended to beat him up. He denied he had any intention of killing Dr. Davis

when he left for Mayesville. When Dr. Davis opened the door, he recognized Pittman and attempted to close it. Pittman said he could have killed him then but only wanted to talk to him. He stopped Dr. Davis from closing the door by sticking his foot in the opening, then pulled him out on the porch as Mrs. Davis came into the hall. Pittman said he intended to speak to her but a struggle ensued down the steps and into the front yard. By then Pittman had drawn his pistol but Dr. Davis “had hold of it” and exclaimed, “Don’t shoot me.” Pittman responded, “Well, then turn SEE YESTERYEAR, PAGE C6










Murrell-Breland Mr. and Mrs. Richard Evans Murrell of Sumter announce the engagement of their daughter, Rebecca Joye Murrell of Columbia, to Branford Isaac Breland of Columbia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Edgar Breland Jr. of Grays. he bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William LeGrande Joye Jr. of Surfside Beach, and Mrs. Alfred Washington Murrell III and the late Mr. Murrell of Sumter. She graduated from Sumter High School and Clemson University with a bachelor of science in civil engineering. She is employed by Alliance Consulting Engineers, Inc. as an engineering associate. he bridegroom-elect is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Miles Barney Crosby, and Mrs. Robbie Edgar Breland Sr. of Estill and the late Mr. Breland. He graduated from Patrick Henry Academy and Clemson University with a bachelor of science in civil engineering. He MISS MURRELL is employed by South Carolina Department of Transportation as an associate engineer. he wedding is planned for June 1, 2013, at Trinity United Methodist Church in Sumter.

Whitaker-Greenan Mrs. Sonya D. Walker of Columbia and Peter L. Whitaker of Sumter announce the engagement of their daughter, Candice Shada Whitaker of Sumter, to John Joseph Greenan III of Florence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Willcox Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. John J. Greenan Jr., all of Florence. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Melton of Manning, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry A. Walker of Emmett, Idaho, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Edsel V. Whitaker of Sumter. She graduated from Clemson University with a bachelor of science in health science and is a fourth-year medical student at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. The bridegroom-elect is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Rogerson, the late James E. Watson, and the late Mrs. Lucille C. GREENAN, MISS WHITAKER Greenan, all of Florence, and the late John J. Greenan Sr. of Bridgeport, Conn. He graduated from The Citadel with a bachelor of science in civil engineering and from Clemson University with a master’s degree in civil engineering. He is employed by Applied Building Science, Inc., in Charleston. The wedding is planned for April 27, 2013, at the bridegroom’s family home in Florence.

WEDDING / ENGAGEMENT POLICY Engagement and wedding announcements of local interest are published on Sundays. The deadline is noon on the preceding Monday. Holiday deadlines vary. Engagement and wedding forms may be obtained at The Item or downloaded from The Item’s Web site at Photographs must be vertical and of reproduction quality. To have photo returned, provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Photos can also be e-mailed to or The Item charges the following fees: $95, wedding form announcement with photo; $90, wedding form announcement without photo; $75, engagement form announcement with photo; and $70, engagement form announcement without photo. If you would like your announcement to include information that is not on The Item form, there will be an additional $50 charge. For information, call 774-1264.

Megan Rose Jackson of Sumter and Anthony Nathian Deese of Florence were united in marriage at 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013, at Providence Baptist Church in Sumter. The bride is the daughter of Kenneth and Susan Jackson of Sumter, and the granddaughter of Margie Gardner, the late Johnny Warren, Bill Walker and the late Alice Walker, and the late Rollie Jackson. She graduated from Laurence Manning Academy and Florence-Darlington Technical College Medical Coding. She is employed by Palmetto Peddlers in MRS. ANTHONY DEESE Florence. The bridegroom is the son of Jerrel Sr. and Cecilia Deese of Summerton, and the grandson of the late Charles and Louise Cutter, and the late Azalee Graves. He graduated from Laurence Manning Academy. He is employed by Medical Waste Services, LLC. The Rev. Donnie Hearrell officiated at the ceremony. Music was provided by Marlene Hodge, organist. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a chiffon over satin Aline gown with detachable cap

sleeves, a split front with metallic embroidery accents, and a chapel train. She carried a French handtied bouquet of roses in shades of pink with accents of pearls on the satin wrap. Tracy Elmore and April Benton, sisters of the bride, served as matrons of honor. Jennifer Ardis, Hope Sikes and Logan Sims served as bridesmaids. Laela Locklair and Olivia Benton served as flower girls. The bridegroom’s father and Justin Deese, nephew of the bridegroom, served as best men. Groomsmen were Jerrel Deese Jr. and Ronald Deese, brothers of the bridegroom, and Earl Lee Rotan III. Coleman Elmore served as ring bearer. Also participating was Sharon Ardis. The reception was given by the bride’s parents at Cypress Center in Manning. The rehearsal dinner was given by the bridegroom’s parents in the church fellowship hall. Following a wedding trip to Pigeon Forge, Tenn., the couple will reside in Florence.



Flaxes celebrate 60 years Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. Flax of Sumter celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on Jan. 27, 2013, at their home. Their children are Ron Flax of Sumter, Diana Hodge of Gaston and Dennis Flax of Columbia. The couple has three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Mrs. Flax is the former Toyomi Rose Shoji of Sendai, Japan.



Each semester academic achievement is recognized by entering on the President’s Honor List or the Dean’s Honor List the names of students who, at the end of the previous semester, attained the following standards. President’s Honor List: a grade point average of 3.95-4.00 earned on a minimum of 12 credited semester hours.Dean’s Honor List: a grade point average of 3.50 or higher (3.25 or higher for freshmen) earned on a minimum of 12 credited semester hours.No course carried on a PassFail basis, by examination, correspondence, or exemption will be counted toward the 12 hours required for either the President’s or Dean’s Honor List Fall 2012 President’s List April D. Andrews, Christopher A. Antwine, Kali M. Bishop, Rebecca R. Bradham, Ryan M. Bragiel, Emily M. Branham, Donna A. Brown, Rachel S. Byrd, Jessica E. Carraway, John R. Cooper, Jacob N. Curry, Preston B. Duckett, Allison M. Falke, Brandi N. Ferron, Katherine A. Foster, Erica P. Frazier, Heather C. Frohling, Brennan M. Gandy, Christeen M. Hodge, Michael A. Howard, Mary R. Hudson, Joshua E. Jennings, Hayle C. Jerome, Sara M. Lowder, Bethany R. McCause, Nichole R. Mullins, Christine E Nance, John C. Nicholson, Charles D. Northcutt, Amy A O’Brath, Brian D. Parker, Lacy M, Poole, Elizabeth E. Powell, Courtney L. Roupe,

| Kirsten R. Schaare, Taylor K. Servais, Carrissia K. Sharts,Elaine M. Sneider, Terrob J. Thompson, Victoria A. Weaver, Cara A. Wewetzer, Kiana A. Wright, Devyn W. Youngblood Fall 2012 Dean’s List Allyson S. Ahtonen, James H. Ardis, Folashade D. Awosanya, James P. Babb, Hayden G. Banks, Emma Wynn Betchman, John R. Black, Cameron D. Blosser, Johnny G. Boston, Charles M. Brown, Blakely L. Burke, Maryrose J. Burns, Jeremy D. Byrd, Briana M. Canty, Mary A. Carder, Erica M. Catoe, Rachel E. Conklin, Kenzie J. Conner, Emerson D. Coulibaly, Ashley E. Cox, Tyler S. Critchlow, Virginia M. Cromer, Rebekah M. Davis, Kristen E. Dodson, Jason L. Dozier, John T. Duffy, Derrick O. Edwards, Raleigh H. Edwards, Faith E. Fleshman, Christina L. Floyd, Emily C. Floyd, Lucas D. Ford, Anna E. Gass, Allyssa M. Geddings, Ashleigh L. Gentele, John H. Ghrigsby, Brandon H. Gibbs, Kristel B. Gooding, Heather L. Gottshall, Blake H. Graham, Travis D. Green, Hailey M. Grimoskas, Christopher C. Guest, Jarrett A. Hamilton, Vanessa M. Henderson, Gloria J. Hopkins, Rachael A. Horne, Michael L. Horton, Kailee L. Hyatt, Bethannie M. Irvin, Brittany L. Johnson, Marquis D. Johnson, Dallas M. Jones, Leandra D. Jones, Taylor N. Jones, Taylor R. Kellner, Amber S. Kelly, Emily C. Langer, Taylor C. Lee, Kala R. McCall, Charlene McCracken,

Samantha L. McKinney, William R. McNair, Ian R. Metts, Dylan W. Miller, Christopher D. Nelson, Kevin B. Newman, Lauren E. Newman, Erin P. O’Loughlin, John H. Olsen, Ryan C. Owens, Randi B. Page, Sydney L. Papp, Daxalkumar D. Patel, Jenna E. Peebles, Jorge F. Pinillos, Kaitlyn V. Piper, Brittany K. Ramsey, Claryed Y. Rasmusen, Thomas S. Ray, Scotty M. Reese, Joseph F. Reyes, Anthony D. Reynaga, Crystal A. Robinson, Jenna I. Roland, Nicole B Ryan, Val-Kyria M. Sadler, Katherine M. Sams, Saliah A. Saxon, Addy O. Schelble, Kayla A. Sharper, Alexander A Shaw, Alyson B. Shelton, Victoria S. Singletary, Brandy N. Singleton, Jake R. Smith, Ansley P. Smoak, Erica L. Stone, David B. Stowe, James Robert J. Strock, Emily C. Tanner, Adria A. Vaughn, Joseph M. Watcher, Emily N. Whetsel, Kandace E. White, Stephanie M. Wieczynski, Kevin J. Will, Jamie Q. Williams, Shaquandra S. Wilson, Darren J. Witt, Davon M. Wright. THE CITADEL

The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, has honored the following Dean’s List students for academic excellence during the fall semester of the 2012-13 academic year. Dean’s List recognition is given to those students registered for 12 or more semester hours whose grade point ratio is 3.2 or higher with no grade below a C for the previous se-

mester’s work. • Olanta — Austin James Evans • Sumter — Caleb Freer Dubose; Stephen Folsom Richardson; Brandon Cory Hansen; Philip Alton Jordan; Colin David Twohig • Manning — Carter Johnathan Elms • Lynchburg — Nolan Ronald Moore Carter Johnathan Elms of Manning was also named to the President’s List and the Commandant’s List. The President’s List is the most distinguished awards list on which a cadet can be placed. It indicates excellence in academics and military duties for the previous semester. The President’s List is a combination of the Dean’s List and the Commandant’s Distinguished Service List, which is composed of cadets who contribute the most to their companies and who have excellent military and academic records. Citadel cadets named to the Commandant’s List are recognized for having made the most positive contributions to their platoon, company, battalion, or staff, the South Carolina Corps of Cadets and The Citadel during the previous semester. The Citadel honored the following students with Gold Stars for academic excellence during the fall semester of the 2012-13 academic year. Gold Stars are awarded to students that achieve a 3.7 grade point average or higher. Gold Star recipi-

ents were recognized during a military dress parade on Jan. 25. • Manning — Carter Johnathan Elms • Sumter — Philip Alton Jordan; Colin David Twohig • Lynchburg — Nolan Ronald Moore Gold Stars are worn on the collar of the cadet full dress and dress uniforms and the summer leave uniform. The following students graduated in December from The Citadel: • Sumter — Ross Ward, bachelor of science in business administration; Daniel James Woodworth, bachelor of science in electrical engineering WINGATE UNIVERSITY

Jennifer Nelson of Sumter was named to the President’s List for demonstrating outstanding academic achievement during the fall 2012 semester. President’s List requires a term GPA of 3.80 on at least 12 quality point academic hours with no grade below a C. THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT POTSDAM

David Deininger of Sumter was recently named to the President’s List at The State University of New York at Potsdam. To achieve the honor, each student must have satisfactorily completed 12 numerically-graded semester hours, with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. SEE EDUCATION, PAGE C5





Cheraw Indians chief to speak at Genealogical Society FROM STAFF REPORTS Chief Ralph Justice Oxendine of the Sumter Band of Cheraw Indians will be the guest presenter at the Feb. 18 meeting of the Sumter County Genealogical Society. Also speaking at the 7:30 p.m. meeting at Swan Lake Presbyterian Church will be Claudia Benenhaley Gainey. The title of the eveningâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s presentation will be â&#x20AC;&#x153;We Are Still Here; We Never Left.â&#x20AC;? Oxendine was born in Sumter and has lived here all his life. He owns New Tec Decorative Concrete Company in Sumter. Prior to that, he

owned a construction company. A dedicated Christian, he ministered to the homeless and those that came to hear him preach at the gazebo on Magnolia Street. After many OXENDINE years of researching, upon the urging of his brother, Ronnie Laverne Oxendine, Chief Oxendine began his quest to find and connect with his roots. Gainey is also a native and lifelong resident of Sumter. She is the mother of nine

children. A paralegal by profession, she sits on the Board of Directors of the Sumter County Genealogical Society, volunteers at the Research Center, does contract research for others and is the co-chairwoman, along with Luann Oxendine, of the Sumter Band of Cheraw Indians. With Chief Oxendine, Mandy Oxendine Chapman and several others, Gainey joined forces to discover the origins of the Oxendine family in Sumter. The Oxendines are part of a group of people known to most as â&#x20AC;&#x153;Turks,â&#x20AC;? who have roots in Sumter back to the late 1700s. Promi-

nent among this group are the Oxendines, Benenhaleys, Rays, Hoods, Lowreys, Scotts and Buckners. Through years of researching and hard work, the Sumter Band said, they have proven definitively who the Oxendines are â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Native American Indians â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and can provide documentation of this proof. That being said, as with any bloodline, when an Oxendine married within or outside of the â&#x20AC;&#x153;groupâ&#x20AC;? and had children, they, too, carry Native American Indian blood. On Dec. 20, 2012, The Sumter Band of Cheraw Indians was recognized by the state of

South Carolina as a Native American Indian Tribe. Their talk will concern their struggle to obtain their goals over the past several years. The Sumter County Society meets monthly from September through May at Swan Lake Presbyterian Church on the corner of Haynsworth Street and Bland Avenue. Visitors are welcome and encouraged to attend. Admission is free to the public and refreshments will be served following the presentation. Readers can call the Societyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Research Center for additional information at (803)7743901.

Discoveries can be made during midwinter botany field trips BY JOHN NELSON Curator, USC Herbarium If Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d a cow that gave such milk, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d dress her in the finest silk; Feed her lots of sweet, sweet hay, and milk her twenty times a day. --Joseph Winner, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Little Brown Jugâ&#x20AC;? My botany class recently had its first field trip of the semester. It was chilly, but not so bad. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t forget that the middle of winter is a great time to study plants. On our trip, we dealt mostly with woody plants with prominent, above-ground stems. Then we came up on this little thing, which is much different. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s an evergreen herb with leathery leaves, and the stem is actually below the soil. The leaves are attached to the top of this subterranean stem, each one on a long, slender stalk, or â&#x20AC;&#x153;petioleâ&#x20AC;?. Sometimes youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll see a single leaf all by itself, but usually there are three, four, or more on each plant. The leaf blades are dark green and rather shiny, and they usually feature a good bit of green-free zones, thus appearing mottled, or variegated. The blades are highly variable even on the same plant, but most frequently arrowheadshaped and triangular, with rounded â&#x20AC;&#x153;lobesâ&#x20AC;?

down at the base, just above the attachment of the petiole. The blades themselves are a bit unusual as leaves go, in being just as wide, or wider, than they are long. The stem of the whole plant isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t very big, just a few inches, equipped with a tuft of rubbery roots. This little plant has nine or so rather close relatives in North America, and this is the most common of them in the Southeast, growing in various forest types from southern Virginia down to Louisiana. Perhaps the best part of this short botanical story involves the plantâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s spicy scent. All of its tissues are basically infused with compounds producing a strong and pleasant root beer scent, and the roots and leaves have been used as a wild source of ginger. Of course, true ginger in the grocery stores is a completely different plant. During the winter, this humble herb sits quietly on the chilly forest floor waiting for those first few sweet, warm days of early spring. Then it goes into action, and develops a few flowers. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t look for them popping out above the ground, though; the flowers remain buried under the leaf litter, where itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sheltered, quiet and dark. The flowers will be tubular, up to three or so inches long, swollen at


Perhaps the best thing about this mystery plant is its spicy scent. All of its tissues are basically infused with compounds producing a strong and pleasant root beer scent, and the roots and leaves have been used as a wild source of ginger.

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styles. The sepals are partially free at the tip end, forming three stumpy little lobes. The whole flower is rather drab, but in a pleasant way, purplishbrown. No flashy butterflies or bumbling bees help with pollinating; it is thought that very tiny insects, possibly including thrips, help with this matter. Small pods follow the â&#x20AC;&#x153;little brown jugs.â&#x20AC;? Interestingly, it seems that certain ant species are useful in moving the little seeds around. For anyone inclined to see the flowers or fruits, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll

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BLIZZARD of 1973 reflections


Sammy WAY

he massive snowstorm which occurred in February of 1973 is often described as a meteorological anomaly. This natural disaster, which beset our community, helped to showcase those traits of human kindness and love for our fellow man that often define a community. The trials and tribulations experienced during the storm are poignantly explored in an editorial written by The Item’s editor following this epic event. We are reprinting this editorial in its entirety as it provides a fitting conclusion to our retrospective on the Blizzard of ’73.

The Winter of ’73 The following editorial ran in the Feb. 14, 1973, edition of The Sumter Daily Item: A disaster of major proportions which few if any persons believed was possible has struck Sumter County and the midlands of South Carolina. The record snowfall and freezing weather has paralyzed our city and county, causing uncounted damages, disruptions and inconveniences to individuals and businesses. It’s during this crisis that the finest instincts of basic human nature rise to the occasion and that is what has happened in most instances. There are innumerable examples of people helping other people of common decency and concern taking precedence over self-interest, there were neighbors taking food to their neighbors, of individuals opening their homes to stranded motorists, of people helping others move their cars out of ditches and many, many other helpful gestures. The complete story of the Winter of ’73 will probably never be told. However, there will be few among us who will ever forget this unprecedented quirk of nature that made Sumter look like Minnesota in the dead of winter. In spite of the inconveniences and disruptions, we suspect many people were brought closer together during this crisis when cooperation and humanitarianism were so desperately needed. Knowing the way people are around here, Good Samaritans were in abundance.




St. Paul Elementary School will hold a PASS Writing/Parenting Workshop for fifth and sixth grades at 5 p.m. Tuesday. Refreshments will be served. SECOND NINE WEEKS AWARDS

Summerton Early Childhood Center • First grade: Principal’s Honor Roll — Ashiya Bailey, Naci Brown, Nathaniel Davis, Jamira Hickson, JyQuan Lang, Autumn Lantz, Jazlyn Lawson, Alexis Moorer, Shantele Lawson, Madison Oliver, Breanna Peeler, Emily Saengjunt, Tylik Tevis, Tajuana Thames, Mia’Angel Weeks A Honor Roll — Toni Baxter, Shamara Brunson, Melody James, Timothy Keels, Louis Ladson, Kenyon Lawson, Fernando Lopez B Honor Roll — TraVontae Adams, Christian Arthur, Decorius Canty, Tiffany Friday, Isaiah Fulton, Ty’ara Green, Latanza Hammett, Ricky Isaac, Karnesha Jefferson, Jordan Kind, Wesley McConico, DaeQuante Nelson, J’Kwon Nelson, Jayla O’Brien, Kimara Owens, Ja’Nine Pearson, Tiana Ragin, Ezora Singleton, Emoni Sinkler, Tiara Starks, Zion Thompson, Javary Watson, Shiyann Weathers, Ashley Wiggins Perfect Attendance — Travontae Adams, Brianne Brown, Naci Brown, Quiasha Evans, Tiffany Friday, Cemiya Gibson, Latanza Hammett, Louis Ladson, Fernando Lopez, Wesley McConico, DaeQuante Nelson, Joel Briggs-Nelson, Breanna Peeler, Tianna Ragin, Tyler Hunter-Sisson, Tiara Starks, Zion Thompson, Shiyann Weathers, Mia’Angel Weeks, MyKira Williams Citizenship —Tiffany Friday, Wesley McConico, Tajuana Thames, Javary Watson, MyKiara Williams, Ashley Wiggins • Second grade: Principal’s Honor Roll — Rosandra Bennett, Kevin Saengjunt A Honor Roll — Shidrea Bradshaw, Connor Cooper, Melanie Earl, Jasmyn Hickson, Nnamdi Hopkins, Kenjii Johnson, Tyler Kind, Capri Ladson, Kanye McFadden, Jada Myers, NyGeria Nelson, Monteque Rhames, Carisha Session, Jatavia Watson, Kaiden Williams B Honor Roll — Drequan Blanding, Stearling Blanding, O’jore Brown, Madison Caldwell, Devonte Crawford, Dayana Dingle, Dayara Dingle, Malachi Evans, Randy Gibson, Thomas Matthews, Dyasiah Miller, Jamya Briggs-Nelson, Christopher Russell, Evonta Simmons, Christopher Stedman Perfect Attendance — Shidrea Bradshaw, Bernard Brown, Madison Caldwell, DeAndre Canty, Nyciere Carter, Dayana Dingle, Erica Dingle, Juan Dozier, Malachi Evans, Randy Gibson, Nnamdi Hopkins, Tyler Kind, Capri Ladson, Jabori Lawson, Dyasiah Miller, Jamya Briggs-Nelson, Tiara Robinson, Bob Parson, Mya Tindal, Janyia Watson, Jatavia Watson, Zakariya Watson Citizenship — Dayana Dingle, Izel Gaymon, Jasmyn Hickson, Kenjii Johnson, Zambia Mack, Dyasiah Miller, Leighandra Smith, Kaiden Williams St. Paul Elementary: • Third grade: Principal’s Honor Roll — Shanna Middleton, Mya Hilton, Dravon Sampson, Terrance Pusher, Hannah Johndrow, Tacoma Magnan, Zakee Rendell Honor Roll — ZiQuaJah Felder, LeDonte Frazier, Deontae Lang, Brikell Livingston, Sha-Ron Martin, Isaiah Mitchell, CeAira Richburg, Christian Brailsford, Niah Lang Junious, Derek Wagner, Megan Payne, Kareem Scarborough, Teandrea Gibson, Treniece Lincoln, Evana Brown, TyDarian Chandler, Carlos Cruz, Shonell Dukes-Pearson, Kashae James, Shanayja Nelson, Tysheen Oliver Perfect Attendance — Shane Brooks, Jamarei Grant, Jashanna Lawson, Brikell Livingston, Sha-Ron Martin, Shanna Middleton, Isaiah Mitchell, Todd Williams, Treniece Lincoln, Estreya Lopez, Deviona Miller, Zaniya Oliver, Terrance Pusher, Dravon Sampson, Kareem Scarborough, TyDarian Chandler, Shonell Dukes-Pearson, Shanayja Nelson, Omaurionne Thames, Miracle Watson • Fourth grade: Principal’s Honor Roll — Kearia Dukes, Ke’Ajiah Jackson, Zoe Morrow, Sieara Ekuban, Jadia Riley Honor Roll — Kheiouna Bannister, BreAnna Bell, Britney Bell, Alexia Johnson, Kayla Brown, Khaliyah Lawson, Cambria Parker, Oshariendai Wiggins, Tariq Coard, Rashon Green, Matthew Livingston, TayShawn Perry, Julius Ragin III, Jalen Smith, JayQuan Wilson Perfect Attendance — BreAnna Bell, Britney Bell, Keaira Dukes, Z’nei Thompson,Saniya Blanding, Khaliyah Lawson, Oshariendai Wiggins, Mahognay Mulky, Cambria Parker, Chamique Langley, Ke’Ajiah Jackson, Kayla Brown, Dontay Brunson, Tariq Coard, Kiah

Evans, Rashon Green, Jalen Smith • Fifth grade: Principal’s Honor Roll — Shateeka Brunson, Tajabreonca Dow, Teja Madison, Shakeriah Dow, Cortland Shell Honor Roll — Amani Conyers, Donte Jones, Ronald Lawson, Na’Shawn Starling, Tziah Daniels, Whitney Brailsford, Jazlyn Bowman, Kaleeya Bolger, Rickia Grant, Tyra Hunt, Shakerra Phillips, Payton Mungaray, Keyonia Anderson, Payton Cooper, Amber Johnson, Ayden Owens, Keylondria Parker, Marquis Reid Perfect Attendance — Demetrius Bates, Amani Conyers, Jayln Gipson, Donte Jones, Ketrell Nelson, Kentrell Wright, Majel Morris, Shateeka Brunson, Tziah Daniels, Tajabreonca Dow, Samyra House, Teja Madison, Sierrah Singleton, Katasha Black, Cortland Shell, Chrisean Chase, Payton Cooper, Tayonna Brailsford • Sixth grade: Principal’s Honor Roll — Faith Lawson Honor Roll — Dynasti Brunson, Jordon Caldwell, Letia Davis, Destiny Junious, Alyssa Brailsford, Amonte Brown, Deondre Brunson, Anna Fleming, Gabriel Oliver, Anaiya Jackson, Kadryian Johnson, Sarah Middleton, Christaine Oliver Perfect Attendance — Alyssa Brailsford, Amonte Brown, Deondre Brunson, DaMonte Furman, Jujuan Lyons, Britney Sierra, JaVonta Smith, Keyshawn Briggs, Jordon Caldwell, Letia Davis, Faith Lawson, LaShayla Richburg, Dreshawn Anderson, Domonique Bell, Anaiya Jackson, Nyreasia Lesesne, Sarah Middleton, Brandon Noble, Nyreea Pugh, Franklin Thompson Scott’s Branch Middle: Principal’s List — Tangenia Bagley, JaQuante Baxter, Devin Brown, Adrianna Dingle, Kiara Georgia, Sky Harvin, Skylar Harvin, Shaniya Holliday, Daisha Johnson, Naseem Johnson, Zhalin Johnson, Alfreda Junious, Lashaun Junious, Robert Matterson, Mercedes Oliver, Joshua Pringle, Ashley Pugh, Tyrese Riley, Diondra Seaberry, Lauryn Shell, Tatyana Simmons, Keondra Tappin, Dyasia Tindal, Tymir Tindal Scott’s Branch High: Superintendent’s List — Shantae Brown, Ethel Canty, Brianna Dingle, Shanai Green, Shimari Junious, India McBride, Harold Morrow, Shiayra Ragin, Atiya Robinson, Ja’Nya Shannon, Teena Wilder Principal’s List — Alonza Bennett, LaVandreia Bennett, Jaleesa Bowman, Breana Brown, Desmond Brown, Brianna Brunson, John Dow, Altariq Felder, Jessica Green, Briana House, Rochelle Jadotte, Tiana James, Deja Junious, Ryan Lawson, Victoria Lawson, Cory Leonard, Trent Lincoln, Stacie Martin, Conesha Myers, Samuel Murray, Brittany Nelson, Faithe Oliver, Tiffany Oliver, Cyrus Owens, Brittany Pearson, Shatera Pugh, Da’Masha Ragin, Hykeem Riley, Ladoshia Sinkler, Javonte Thompson, Keavon Wright — Beverly Spry

Armstrong, Chandler Gilliam, Charlotte Borsos, Katie Walter, Builder Casals, Tristan Storey, Ethan Nolan, Andrew Armstrong and John Riley Thompson. The following Principal’s List students were recognized for earning all As for the second quarter: Grade 1, Michael Marlowe and Adam Reisenauer; Grade 2, Ella Alan, Mary Helen Hines, William Modarelli and Ariyelle Wells; Grade 3, Joshua Brown, Emily Fishburne, Susan Floyd, Annie Lauzon, Faith Livingston, Katie Nolan, Liam Panaro, Case VandeVelde and Althea Vicete; Grade 4, Ian Carneal, Daisy Creech, Laura Kirby, Ashauna Leverette, Connor Martin and Camille Wapelhorst; Grade 5, Rita Alan, Megan Bishoff, Charlotte Borsos, Ana Hartman, Christian Hines, Sage Modarelli, Faith Robertson and Katie Walter; Grade 6, Ericka Jones; Grade 7, River Modarelli, Crystal Moore and Chloe Wapelhorst; and Grade 8, Bronwyn Hartman and Lindsay Walter. — Jody Murphy


TSA’s character education recognition program continued with students selected who have demonstrated the character trait “dependability” being acknowledged at assemblies. They were Brayden Barnhill and Andrew Conyers, 4-yearolds; Piper Hitch and Brandon Marshall, kindergarten; Cadin Ragan and Logan Wilkes, first grade; Lillian Lindler and Kassi Martin, second grade; Jacob Crowe and Sammy Kessinger, third grade; Lizzie Silvester and Spencer Smith, fourth grade; Caleb Galloway and Gianna Maldonado, fifth grade; Cassidy Brunson and Matthew Martin, sixth grade; Tyler Gray and Payton Houser, seventh grade; Baleigh Harrelson and Shakeel Robinson, eighth grade; Adrian Hill and Taylor Ray, ninth grade; Victoria Barwick and Christopher White, 10th grade; Casey Gainey and Julia Law, 11th grade; and Emily Burress and Hunter Harwell, 12th grade.


The Westside Christian Academy Warriors of the Week were recognized in Chapel Service on Jan. 31. The character quality was obedience. The elementary Warrior of the Week was fourth-grade student Anna Turlington. The middle school Warrior of the Week was seventhgrade student Andrew Lawrence. The Wee Warrior of the Week was preschool student Gabe Fierro. PILLOW CASES NEEDED

The WCA middle school students, in conjunction with the Women of Westside ministry, are collecting new pillow cases of any size, elastic, double-bias tape and thread to make pillow case dresses for little girls in the Philippines through Dress a Girl Around the World. Send donations to your child’s homeroom teacher. — Regina Thomas


St. Anne students participated in the Zaner-Bloser National Handwriting contest. The following grade-level winners’ writing samples are entered in the statelevel competition: Grade 1, Georgia Robertson; Grade 2, Ella Alan; Grade 3, Althea Vicete; Grade 4, Ashauna Leverette; Grade 5, Faith Robertson; Grade 6, Lauren Carneal; Grade 7, Megan Shadbolt; and Grade 8, Bronwyn Hartman. AWARDS CEREMONY HELD

Morning Assembly and Awards Ceremony was held Jan. 31. The following Terrific Kids were recognized for exemplary behavior during the month of January: Jonah Reisenauer, Karyna Gonzalez, Levi Jiang, Adam Pelletier, Nancy Borsos, Susan Floyd, Jay Clark, Jacob


helped keep things lively and fair. Many times during the quiz, the students and faculty were running neck and neck. As the time came to a close, the students edged forward and secured a victory. DATES TO REMEMBER

Mark your calendar for February events: 11-17, Random Acts of Kindness Week; 11, Lee Central Middle College & Career Magnet Program AVID site meeting, 4 p.m.; Feb. 12, Lee County Career & Technology Center, DECA National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Week; 14, Lee Central Middle College & Career Magnet Program, Information-Systems Analyst Jerry Boozer visits, and West Lee Elementary School Donuts for Dads Education Program; 15, In-Service Day, no student attendance. — Lori Link


Crestwood High School student Kia Fulton and Sumter High School student Paige Huffman have been chosen to represent South Carolina as a National Youth Correspondent at the 2013 Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University July 7-12. Fulton and Huffman now have the opportunity to join a select group of approximately 250 students from across the United States for an intensive study of journalism and media. Selection to the prestigious conference is based on academic accomplishments and a demonstrated interest and excellence in journalism and media studies. National Youth Correspondents participate in hands-on, experiential learning through decision-making simulations that challenge students to solve problems and explore the creative, practical, and ethical issues they would face when working in journalism and media. Speakers will complement the hands-on portion of the program including prominent journalists, CEO’s of major media outlets, researchers, and recent college graduates successfully entering the field.


TSA’s Leukemia Campaign started off with a bang Tuesday with the Upper School Talent Show and some lower school students cutting their hair for Locks of Love. TSA has repeatedly raised the most money for the campaign of all schools in the state. Besides these events, students have the opportunity to raise funds through the dodge ball tournament, aerial football contest and a powder puff football game. Pennies for Patients will also be a large part of the efforts by the school. The campaign runs through the month of February. Anyone interested in contributing to TSA’s efforts can contact the school at (803) 499-3378 or — Jennifer Cain

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Central Carolina Technical College students were among hundreds of students from across South Carolina who recently gathered at the Statehouse in Columbia to thank legislators for their support of Lottery Tuition Assistance and to encourage their continued funding support for the program which helped more than 40,000 students last year. Students in South Carolina’s technical college system received $49.5 million in lottery tuition assistance in 2012. Since the program’s inception in 2002, 350,000 individuals across the state have received allocations. Speakers included Dr. Darrel Staat, SC Technical College System president; Sen. Vincent Sheheen of Camden, who serves on the Senate Education Committee; Rep. Phil Owens, chairman of the Education and Public Works Committee; and Teresa Thompson-Isley, a student at York Technical College and LTA recipient. The Lottery Tuition Assistance program was created by the General Assembly in 2002 for public twoyear institutions. Unlike merit-based lottery-funded aid, award amounts are not guaranteed from semester to semester, and fluctuate based on lottery collections and the demand. — Neal A. Crotts

Lee County School District ARE YOU SMARTER THAN A TIGER?

On Jan. 17, faculty, staff and students of West Lee Elementary eagerly awaited an answer to that question. Faculty and staff were assembled as well as representatives from third to fifth grade to participate in a type of quiz show about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Spearheaded by Dr. Felicia Richardson, the event was conceived to help students learn more about King in the hope that they would learn to appreciate his legacy. Dena Sharper, serving as moderator,


Sumter High student Christian Sanchez has been selected for the All-State band as a fourth chair alto sax. Alternates from Sumter High are Michelle Atwood, third alternate clarinet, and Noah Bruening, third alternate alto saxophone. Ten Sumter High School students have been named to the Region Clinic band: Erica Atwood, fourth chair alto sax; Michelle Atwood, fourth chair clarinet; Trevor Bertha, second chair tuba; Jakki Charest, first chair bassoon; Tyerra Clayborne, fourth chair oboe; Zack Crews, third chair trumpet; Tyler King, first chair percussion - mallets; Anna Perry, fifth chair clarinet; Lauren Pringle, seventh chair clarinet; and Sarah Weaver, first chair bass clarinet. Region Clinic band alternates were also chosen: Crystal Pearson, first alternate clarinet; Patricia Phillips, second alternate clarinet, and Ally Welborn, fourth alternate flute. Eight Sumter High students made the Senior Region band: Noah Bruening, second chair alto sax; Anthony DeMarte, second chair trombone; Cameron Gaddy, first chair French horn; Lori Lynne Hurst, twelfth chair flute; Shawn McCarter, sixth chair French horn; Tre Patton, fifth chair trombone; Micah Robinson, fourteenth chair trumpet; and Brandon Vaughn, fifth chair tuba. Austin Keffer was named third alternate trumpet. Twenty-nine students auditioned for slots in the bands, and 25 will have an opportunity to attend one of the clinics or bands. Howard Marc Kaufman is the director of bands at Sumter High School. In other Sumter High musical accomplishments, students Noah Bruening and Zack Crews made the Jazz All-State band. Bruening was chosen as second chair alto sax and Crews as fifth chair trumpet. The Sumter High Indoor Percussion Ensemble took first place at their first competition of the year. Three Crestwood High School students made Region band: Angie Alicie, clarinet; Nick Kremer, tuba; and Carrington Wilson, trumpet. Alternates from Crestwood include Dianna Bibeau, flute, and Megan Walker, trumpet. The Crestwood band director is Brian Moss. SCHOOL BOARD TO MEET

The Sumter School District board of trustees will meet on Monday night at Ebenezer Middle School, 3440 Ebenezer Road. Executive session will be held at 6 p.m. followed by the regular meeting at 6:45 p.m. All persons who wish to participate in public participation are asked to sign up in the lobby between 6 and 6:45 p.m. — Mary B. Sheridan





BAUM from Page C1 that time; mail was delivered from one post office to another, or within a post office. The latter type of mail was called “drop mail,” as it was dropped off and picked up at the same post office. People went to the post office almost every day to geT their mail. Baum is still doing research about Sumter’s mail service. “I haven’t figured out exactly where the Sumter post office was (during the war),” he said. “That’s something I’d like to find out. I know our first postmaster was (Henry) Haynsworth.” According to research by the current occupants of his home, Henry Haynsworth served as postmaster from 1823 through 1865. Baum’s collection, stored behind lock and key in a local bank, is extensive, despite the rarity of surviving Confederate stamps. He keeps scanned copies of his covers in loose leaf notebooks at home. Baum specializes in covers, particularly advertising covers, which have printed, handstamped or illustrated ads in a corner, on the back flap or overall. He particularly likes the covers with more artistic illustrations, such as one picturing two women operating an envelope-folding machine. He has tried to find one of the machines, or even a drawing of one, but so far has only been able to locate a blueprint — at the Smithsonian Institution. Several covers from Sumter are included in his collection, as are many from other S.C.

post offices. One cover he doesn’t have, but would like to obtain, shows the advertisement corner for The Sumter Watchman, a predecessor of The Item. The envelope is hand stamped and addressed to a company in Charleston. Among Confederate stamp and cover collectors, Baum is considered an authority, frequently writing articles for The Confederate Philatelist, the magazine of the CSA. In a recent issue, his article titled “The Advertising Covers of Richmond, Va.” includes a gallery of covers from the Confederacy’s capital, with all but eight of “every known Richmond design.” Baum doesn’t limit himself in his collection, however. In addition to advertising covers, he collects adversity covers, which are envelopes made by the writer from paper he or she has at hand. These are often unused wallpaper, business forms, pages from books, maps and butcher paper. Some in his collection are “turned covers,” used envelopes that were turned inside out and reused; “drop letters,” or those dropped off at a particular post office for pick up at that office; college covers and more. And with each cover he adds to his personal collection, Baum seeks out the history behind it, whether it be related to the names on the envelope, the date, postmark, time, design or any other information that comes with it. One he’s particularly excited about is an adversity envelope

YESTERYEAR from Page C1 loose (of the pistol).” Dr. Davis didn’t turn loose and the struggle continued with Pittman being kneed in the groin. “Everything got hazy,” Pittman testified, and the pistol fired. Dr. Davis went up the steps followed by Pittman “because he knew if he got in the house he (Dr. Davis) would get his gun and kill him.” Pittman began shooting until his pistol was empty, he said, adding that he didn’t intend to hit Mrs. Davis (in the foot) as she was “a good, Christian woman.” After the shooting the couple drove away from the Davis home back to Lake City. Pittman claimed he did not report the killing to law enforcement authorities because “he did not want to involve his wife in a scandal” and hoped to keep her name out of the affair “but found it impossible.” Sometime after the shooting he said he threw his pistol into a swamp. TRAVIS PITTMAN GOES BACK ON THE STAND

As the prosecution concluded its presentation, the defense led by Sumter attorney S.K. Nash had its turn, beginning by placing several character witnesses on the stand who testified that Pittman’s reputation for truth, veracity and fair dealing was “good.” They included a Lake City farmer, an owner of a number of hardware stores where Pittman worked, Mayor W.H. Nettles of Lake City, Darlington Chief of Police S.L. Martin and a physician from Pittman’s former hometown of Rowland, N.C. , where his mother still lived. No character witnesses were presented

on behalf of Mrs. Pittman. She was then called to the witness stand before a packed courtroom “that included several women.” What followed shocked those in the courtroom. As The Item described her testimony: “The story Mrs. Pittman told the jury was one of the most sordid and revolting recitals ever heard from a witness stand here.” Travis Pittman began by revealing she first had sexual relations with Dr. Davis after she moved with her mother and three sisters to Mayesville from the Dabbs place on the Shiloh road where they had been living, her mother and father having separated at that time. She testified that Dr. Davis was her family’s physician and treated her for malaria while they were living on the Dabbs place. She was “not yet 13,” she declared and was attending school in Mayesville. She became sick in school one day and went to Dr. Davis’ office with her mother. He took her in a back room, she said, and asked her if she would be “his girl” and offered her money. She said she refused to take the money and told her mother about what transpired between her and Dr. Davis. A few days after her family moved to Mayesville, her mother took her to Dr. Davis’ office, where, in the presence of her mother, he again asked her to be “his girl.” She said she did not know what to say, but her mother talked to Dr. Davis and then told her to “do whatever the doctor tells you to do.” She said she went with


RIGHT: This Sumter cover is a handstamped provisional. ABOVE: Baum enjoys the many covers with overall illustrations that are in his collection. He has several depicting wagons and trains.

fashioned from a page from a book. The illustration is the Milky Way, which he finds pretty exciting. But the letter that came with it is even more fascinating; written May 3, 1863, it’s an eyewitness description of the aftermath of Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest’s victory over a Union force led by Col. Abel Streight, who had more than three times as many men as Forrest. “Streight surrendered near Rome, Ga., on May 3, 1863,” he said. “This letter was written May 5, 1863. The writer talks

Dr. Davis to his back room while her mother waited in the front office. It was there that her sexual relations began with Dr. Davis, she testified. From that time on, Mrs. Pittman said, her mother carried her to Dr. Davis’ house twice each week and she had sexual relations with him each time, and he paid her mother on each occasion, The Item reported, and never offered her any money, continuing to pay her mother regularly. Eventually Dr. Davis began worrying that people in Mayesville would “suspicion” them, and after about six months of the visits to his office he had her mother take her to Sumter, where he met her and took her to the home of a black man, Albert Chandler, who lived near Brick Church. She went on to say that the liaison continued for five or six years, with Dr. Davis performing three abortions on her. Subsequently, she would undergo surgery in Florence “to correct a problem caused by the effects of a disease contracted by Dr. Davis.” She claimed the surgery “deprived her of the ability to ever have children.” She also spent time in the Florence hospital recovering from a self-inflicted slash on her arm caused by a suicide attempt. During the time of her illicit relationship with Dr. Davis, Mrs. Pittman said he “would not leave her alone” although she tried to break away from him on several occasions. Wherever her family lived, she said, Dr. Davis would follow her. When she wrote him, her letters were addressed to “W.K. Williams” in care of a Sumter hotel, and

about the excitement in town about seeing the regiments in town, the prisoners and General Forrest. “This is what makes this hobby so cool.” Baum said, “People collect guns and swords, and there’s always a question of whether it’s from the Civil War era. They’ll say so-and-so said my great-great grandfather owned this gun. ... Usually, you can’t prove it. You don’t need proof for this, it’s right there. “To have something in your hand that was written by a person who actually saw this

later he rented a box in the Sumter post office under the same name. By 1936, she took a course in stenography, determined to break away from Dr. Davis and wrote him, asking that he leave her alone so she could make her own living and live her own life. It was about this time when she married Harold Ward, a marriage later annulled. In spite of her brief marriage and her attempts to break free of Dr. Davis, she described him as being very jealous and told her on one occasion that “he would not have her going with anyone else but him,” adding that “When I get tired of you , you can go with anyone you want to,” she testified. Referring to her marriage, she said she met Pittman in July 1936 and they fell in love. While going with Pittman, she said Dr. Davis told her “he would kill her and anyone she left him for.” The Pittmans married in Laurinburg, N.C. on June 9, 1937, and got along “splendidly” as she was a “true and dutiful wife.” Dr. Davis continued sending her messages, she said, asking her to meet him but she always refused. She said she told Dr. Davis she was living right and wanted to be left alone. Later, she testified, she and her husband went to Dr. Davis’ office in Mayesville where she went in and asked him for her letters and two pictures of her, but Dr. Davis said he had destroyed them. He then walked out to her car with her and she introduced him to Pittman. She affirmed again that she had told Pittman about her relationship with Dr. Davis before they were married. Dr. Davis again sent her a

event. That to me is really cool — firsthand witness and also on such an interesting adversity cover as this.” The Confederate Stamp Alliance has recently published a full color, comprehensive catalog of known stamps and covers. The first since 1986, it contains much new information. Only 1,000 were printed, and they sell for $125 each, including postage. It can be ordered through the website http:// An added bonus: If you join the CSA, you’re automatically given the title “Colonel.”

message on Tuesday asking her to meet him and followed up on Wednesday, the day before he was killed, with another message seeking to meet with her, which she again refused. After her husband closed up his filling station on Wednesday night Mrs. Pittman told him about receiving the messages from Dr. Davis, angering her husband who declared he was going to “drive to Mayesville and have it out with Dr. Davis.” Her husband had decided, she testified, that if Davis did not promise to leave her alone he was going to tell Mrs. Davis about the situation. They drove to Mayesville in silence, she said, the altercation occurred and Dr. Davis was killed, just as she had described it in her confession to Rural Fire Chief W.J. Seale. Returning to their home in Lake City after the killing, Mrs. Pittman burned her husband’s clothes because she “could not stand to see them. Pittman told her not to say anything about the killing to anyone until he had time to think it over. She was of the belief that Pittman did not want to tell about killing Dr. Davis because “he did not want to bring out the story about her relations with Dr. Davis.” THE FINAL VERDICT

That concluded her testimony. Final arguments were made by P.H. McEachin and Solicitor Frank McLeod for the state and Clint T. Graydon of Columbia and S.K. Nash of Sumter for the defense, after which Judge P.H. Stoll charged the jury and they retired from the courtroom to begin deliberations at 7:40 p.m.

The verdict was returned in less than three hours that included a recess for supper for the jury, after which it deliberated less than 15 minutes before returning to the courtroom. The foreman announced the verdict: Guilty, with a recommendation of mercy, thus saving the couple from the electric chair. As the verdict was read, Pittman dropped his head in his hands but otherwise showed no outward sign of emotion. Travis Pittman dropped her head and wept quietly, The Item reported. In passing sentence, Judge Stoll addressed the couple: “There is only one sentence I can give you,” he said. “It may seem harsh to you. I don’t want to make you feel any worse than you do now, because I am always sorry for people who are in trouble. But you had no right to kill Dr. Davis. No matter what he had done, you had no right to go to his house in the night time, call him out and shoot him down. The sentence of the court is that you be confined in the state penitentiary for the rest of your natural life.” Although it was Pittman who pulled the trigger in the early morning hours of March 4, 1938, the jury determined that Mrs. Pittman was complicit in the murder: “The hand of one is the hand of all.” Epilogue: The story of the Pittmans did not end with their convictions. There were many more twists and turns in the years to come that will be addressed in future Yesteryear columns. Contact Editor Hubert Osteen at Hubert @the Item or (803)774-1298.

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Nothing isStar what it seems Former 'ER' Returns to Television on ABC’s new ‘Zero Hour’

By Candace Havens © 2013 FYI Television, Inc. Anthony Edwards wasn't interested in returning to television. After starring on "ER" from 1994-2008, he worked behind the camera producing such films as the award-winning "Temple Grandin" and working in feature films. But there was something about "Zero Hour" (premiering Thursday at 8 p.m. on ABC) that Edwards couldn't resist. The actor had been quoted as saying he would never do a one-hour television show again. "When 'ER' was done, I felt like I had really accomplished something," Edwards says. "It had been an amazing eight years, and I was ready for a new adventure, which included my family and taking time to relax and moving to New York. It really took a while to recover from that. "I also knew that if I was going to come back to television, having done that, it would have to be something that was as exciting to me as that was going in there, and like with all things in life, it was the surprise, and this was a great surprise when Lorenzo (di Bonaventura, executive producer), an old friend, sent me this script, and I read it, and I could not put it down. And I just said, 'If these guys are crazy enough to tell this story, I want to do it with them.'" In the series, Edwards plays Modern Skeptic Magazine publisher Hank Galliston. He and his team, Rachel (Addison Timlin) and Arron (Scott Michael Foster), travel the world debunking conspiracies and crazy claims. When the violent White Vincent (Michael Nyqvist) kid-

Carmen stars as(Carmen FBI FBI AgentEjogo Rebecca Riley Agent Rebecca Riley on Ejogo) joins the hunt for a missing “Zero premiering at womanHour,” on "Zero Hour," premiering 8Thursday p.m. Thursday at 8 p.m.on on ABC. ABC.

naps Hank's wife (Jacinda Barrett), it's a race against time as the publisher and his associates, including FBI Agent Rebecca Riley (Carmen Ejogo) try to rescue her. But there's more to the story than just a kidnapping. The mystery includes clocks, Nazis and conspiracies so deep no one could have ever imagined them. The drama works on several levels, and it was designed that way. "It's not confusing. You know, you watch it, and it works on many different levels," says executive producer Dan McDermott. "There's a conspiracy component of the show. There's the emotional component of the show. There's the mystery component of it. So, there's a lot to get, and it comes at you, but there's nothing that confuses or you - you don't watch the end of an episode and go, 'I have no idea what just happened.' You know exactly what just happened." "One of the things I learned from working on 'Prison Break' and making a serialized show was that if you're a single-concept show, like 'Prison Break' or 'Lost,' that sooner or later you start flapping your wings because a story needs to end," says executive producer Paul Scheuring. "So, going into this show, I kind of applied that wisdom to the construct of this show, which is like the '24' model where you reset every year. "Like this entire Nazi conspiracy thing will be done in Episode 13 this year," Scheuring continues, "but we have a group of investigators headed by Anthony at the magazine, which can then apply those skills to the next investigation next year. So, we don't have to flap our wings. In fact, 13 episodes, it's going to be so

dense with information and reveals and mythology that there will never be a sense at all that we're stalling or trying to find our way." It's a show where nothing is what it seems, and characters are pushed into doing things they never thought possible. Barrett's role as the wife might make her seem like a damsel in distress in the pilot episode, but nothing could be further from the truth. "I made a decision on faith based on his (Scheuring's) ideas for where the character was going, and it's a very surprising, very exciting character, and obviously, we span the globe, but we also travel back in time. There's an episode devoted to her origin story. You know, the plot of Anthony's character chasing, trying to find my character, that switches to the question of who is she and how is she involved in this, without giving too much away." "This show is ultimately about the different characters' faiths and what they will do for that, their uncertainties, their skepticisms, and we try to render all those different characters in a human way," Scheuring adds. "In other words, nobody's trying to blow up the world to make a billion dollars in this show. They all genuinely are doing the things that they do. When the card is flipped on them, when we realize, 'Oh, that's an antagonistic move by that particular character,' they don't all of a sudden fall into a two dimensional land. We go, 'Oh, they've just fallen on the opposite side of the issue that we have,' and they actually have a fair argument, but now we're at odds. And so I think that's probably quite relevant to Jacinda's character."


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HIGHLIGHTS Zero Hour 8:00 p.m. on WOLO A mysterious treasure map is found within Hank’s wife’s antique clock shop, and Hank must decipher the symbols contained within while ensuring that the answers do not fall into the hands of the sinister man known only as White Vincent. (HD) Parks and Recreation 8:30 p.m. on WIS Leslie and Ben’s black tie gala that they organized to raise money for their park is derailed when a city-wide emergency response drill is called; Andy prepares for his Police Academy Exam; Ron fills in for Leslie on Pawnee Day. (HD) The Office 9:00 p.m. on WIS Pam interviews for a job in Philadelphia with a manager who gives her a sense of deja-vu; Dwight brings Angela along with him on a mission to clean his aunt Shirley; Andy finally returns from his long boat trip and tries his best to move on. (HD) Grey’s Anatomy 9:00 p.m. on WOLO As the financial ruin of Seattle Grace weighs heavily on the employees, Owen must make a tough decision involving an expensive life-saving surgery for a child; Alex & Joe work together to save the life of an infant; April asks for dating advice. (HD) Jason (Steven Do No Harm Pasquale) 10:01 p.m. on WIS agrees to grant Jason agrees to the wish of his grant Ian his wish of a rendezvous sinister alterwith the object of ego on "Do No his desire, Olivia, if Harm," airing Ian will pose as Thursday at Jason at a black-tie 10:01 p.m. on event; Ian’s antics WIS. push Lena into the arms of another man and puts Young’s daughter in mortal danger. (HD)

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Planet of the Apes 8:00 p.m. on AMC In the far future, astronauts from Earth crash-land on a planet ruled by intelligent apes, where human beings are dumb animals; captured by the apes, one man struggles to escape and prove to his captors that he is capable of independent thought. Despicable Me 8:00 p.m. on DISN In order to secure his place as the greatest thief in history, a criminal mastermind decides to use three orphaned girls to pull off his next big heist, but when their love begins to warm his heart, he considers abandoning his plan. NASCAR Sprint Cup 8:00 p.m. on WACH Kyle Busch The eligible field of races in the drivers for the pre- "Sprint Un-limitseason race ed at Daytona," includes pole winand WACH will ners from the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup have turn-byturn coverage Series and past beginning Saturwinners of the day at 8 p.m. event; the new Sprint Cup Series cars known as “Gen 6,” will be competing on-track for the first time. (HD) American Ninja Warrior 8:00 p.m. on WIS Competitors who qualified in preliminary rounds of the Southeast division return to take on another course with hopes of moving on to the next round which ultimately concludes in Las Vegas and the winner walking away with the $500,000 grand prize. (HD) Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 8:00 p.m. on WOLO Three students at a school for young witches and wizards suspect an ancient prophecy may be coming true when a mysterious presence begins stalking the corridors, paralyzing their classmates, and leaving ominous messages on the walls. (HD)

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MOVIE HIGHLIGHTS A Abe Lincoln in Illinois aaa ‘40 Raymond Massey. The life of Abraham Lincoln is traced from woodsman to American president. NR (2:00) TCM Mon. 10:15pm. Alice Adams aaa ‘35 Katharine Hepburn. An unhappy mother and daughter try to launch their family into high society. NR (1:45) TCM Mon. 2:45pm.

B Batman Begins aaac ‘05 Christian Bale. A billionaire develops a dual personality to fight crime in Gotham City. PG-13 (2:45) TNT Wed. 4:00pm. Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome aaac ‘13 Luke Pasqualino. At the height of the Cylon War, a rookie pilot takes on a secret mission. NR (2:00) SYFY Sun. 9:00pm., Mon. 5:00pm. Ben-Hur aaac ‘59 Charlton Heston. A Jewish merchant seeks revenge against the man who sold him into slavery. NR (4:00) TCM Sat. 8:00pm.

C Cabin in the Sky aaa ‘43 Ethel Waters. A poor woman struggles to save her man

ACROSS 1. Drew Carey’s predecessor 4. Bath for several 7. Sand formation 8. “Made for __ Other”; 2008 Josh Alexander movie 10. “The Girl with the __ Tattoo”; 2011 film 12. Invisible emanation 13. Silver and Glass 14. Murdered 15. “The Good __”; 1993 Macaulay Culkin movie 16. Lee, for one 19. “Wheel of __” 21. No-no for one with celiac disease 22. “__ __ Number Four”; 2012 film 25. “__ __ Like Love”; 2005 Amanda Peet movie

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26. Home for over half the world’s people 27. Dr. Zhivago’s love 28. Adopted son on “Little House on the Prairie” 30. Role on “Yes, Dear” 31. Hit 1968 Broadway musical 32. __ out a living; get by 33. Bart’s “Grampa” DOWN 1. Cartoon rabbit 2. Wife of a Beatle 3. Role on “The Waltons” 4. “__ of the Witch”; 2011 Nicolas Cage film 5. Actor on “Mad About You” (2) 6. “Green __” (1965-71)

7. Actor on “Law & Order: SVU” (2) 9. “Hee __” 10. Callie Torres and Miranda Bailey: abbr. 11. One of Winnie the Pooh’s friends 16. Actor on “The A-Team” (2) 17. Polished off 18. Thirty-day period: abbr. 20. Electrical failure 21. Angry look 23. “Up in the __”; George Clooney movie 24. Floor pad 25. Ninth-grader’s math, often: abbr. 26. Lover of an Irish Rose 28. Cry of discovery 29. Blood analysis site

as good and evil vie for his soul. NR (1:45) TCM Sat. 8:30am. Citizen Kane aaaa ‘41 Orson Welles. A determined reporter seeks the meaning behind a newspaper mogul’s dying words. NR (2:15) TCM Tue. 8:00pm.

D The Dark Knight aaaa ‘08 Christian Bale. A new enemy attacks Gotham City and develops a personal enmity for Batman. PG-13 (3:15) TNT Wed. 6:45pm. Despicable Me aaac ‘10 Steve Carell. A master thief decides to use three orphaned girls to pull off a big heist. PG (1:45) DISN Sat. 8:00pm.

F Ferris Bueller’s Day Off aaac ‘86 Matthew Broderick. A high school student cuts classes for a day of adventure with his friends. PG-13 (2:15) COM Sat. 2:45pm. Frank Miller’s Sin City aaac ‘05 Jessica Alba. In a corrupt town, several tough outlaws live by their own moral codes. R (2:30) SYFY Thu. 6:30pm., Fri. 3:30pm.

G Gone with the Wind aaac ‘40 Clark Gable. A feisty Southern belle juggles romance and survival during the U.S. Civil War. NR (4:00) TCM Thu. 8:00pm. Groundhog Day aaac ‘93 Bill Murray. An arrogant weatherman is forced to relive the same day over and over again. PG (2:30) AMC Tue. 12:00am., Wed. 11:00am.

H Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets aaac ‘02 Daniel Radcliffe. Students at a school of magic are haunted by a monster and an ancient prophecy. PG (3:00) WOLO Sat. 8:00pm.

I I Remember Mama aaa ‘48 Irene Dunne. A Norwegian immigrant family struggles to survive in San Francisco. NR (2:30) TCM Wed. 8:00pm.

K The Kingdom aaa ‘07 Jamie Foxx. An FBI agent rounds up an elite team to capture a terrorist in Saudi Arabia. R (2:30) ION Wed. 9:00pm.



Life Is Ruff aaac ‘05 Kyle Orlando Massey. Calvin Wheeler is a normal kid who trains a stray dog to win a competition. NR (1:35) DISN Fri. 2:30am. Little Women aaaa ‘33 Katharine Hepburn. A family of four energetic sisters and their loving mother embark on journeys. NR (2:15) TCM Mon. 8:00pm.

Sherlock Holmes aaac ‘09 Robert Downey, Jr. Sherlock Holmes investigates a mystery involving a dead occult leader. PG-13 (2:30) TNT Sun. 8:00pm, 10:30pm. She Wore a Yellow Ribbon aaac ‘49 John Wayne. An aging calvary captain tries to stop an Arapaho attack by visiting the chief. NR (2:00) TCM Wed. 10:30pm. Suspicion aaac ‘41 Cary Grant. A shy heiress begins to fear that her dashing husband is planning to kill her. NR (2:00) TCM Tue. 8:15am.

M The Magnificent Ambersons aaac ‘42 Joseph Cotten. A wealthy family tries to hold onto old values as a new century is born. NR (1:45) TCM Tue. 6:15pm. Mrs. Miniver aaac ‘42 Greer Garson. A British housewife struggles to keep her family and roses free from WWII. NR (2:30) TCM Fri. 12:00am.

N Norma Rae aaac ‘79 Sally Field. A poor Southern woman working in a factory meets a New York labor organizer. PG (2:00) TCM Sun. 3:45pm. North by Northwest aaaa ‘59 Cary Grant. A man is pursued by spies and cops after he becomes involved with a spy ring. NR (2:30) TCM Sat. 12:00am. Notorious aaac ‘46 Cary Grant. In order to aid a dashing a U.S. government agent, a woman marries a Nazi spy. NR (2:00) TCM Tue. 10:15pm.

O Office Space aaac ‘99 Ron Livingston. A computer programmer hatches a plan to get out of his mind-numbing job. R (2:00) COM Sun. 6:00pm.

P The Prisoner of Zenda aaac ‘37 Ronald Coleman. A kidnapped king’s identical cousin takes his place to save the crown. NR (1:45) TCM Thu. 6:15pm.

R Rebecca aaac ‘40 Sir Laurence Olivier. A young woman uncovers a tragic secret after marrying a wealthy widower. NR (2:30) TCM Thu. 12:00am. Roots aaaa ‘77 LeVar Burton. The story of an African-American family, from enslavement to emancipation. NR (2:30) BET Sat. 3:00pm, 5:30pm, 10:00pm, 12:30am.

T There’s Something About Mary aaa ‘98 Cameron Diaz. A man obsessed with a girl from high school hires a detective to find her. R (3:00) WE Fri. 8:00pm, 11:00pm. Top Hat aaa ‘35 Fred Astaire. A dancer falls in love with a woman, but she mistakes him for a married man. NR (2:15) TCM Mon. 2:00am.

W WALL-E aaac ‘08 Ben Burtt. A little robot’s search for his true love changes the fate of the human race. G (1:45) DISN Thu. 8:00pm., Fri. 12:00pm. Woman of the Year aaac ‘42 Spencer Tracy. A renowned political columnist and a sportswriter start a relationship. NR (2:00) TCM Fri. 2:30am.

Z Zorba the Greek aaa ‘64 Anthony Quinn. A feisty Greek worker teaches a British author how to live life to the fullest. NR (2:30) TCM Sun. 10:45pm.










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