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Wilson Hall books renowned speaker BY JAMIE H. WILSON Special to the Item Dr. Ben Carson, a neurosurgeon and motivational speaker who is receiving a lot of press related to his statements at the 2013 President’s National Prayer Breakfast, is slated to be the 2013 speaker in Wilson Hall’s fourth annual Mission Series in December. “He is the biggest name we’ve had here,” said Wilson Hall Prin-

cipal Fred Moulton. “This is a wonderful opportunity.” Each year, a school committee seeks out a well-known person of faith to speak at the school’s event. This year, the committee worked hard to secure Carson. CARSON “He was at the top of our list,” said Moulton. “This was really a stretch for us.” The program is designed to

garner speakers who inspire and encourage students and the community. “Each speaker we have had has had the capacity to hold the students’ attention,” said Moulton. “Many times you’ll see students hanging around after the speaker speaks to ask questions.” Wilson Hall Director of Development Laura Barr said SEE CARSON, PAGE A4

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Iron horse entourage 1,000-motorcycle escort possible for Vietnam Wall replica’s arrival tor-trailer, crossing over Lake Marion on Interstate 95 as it makes its One of the most icon- way to Sumter for Memoic constructs of Ameririal Day weekend, surcan history is the Vietrounded by law enforcenam Veterans ment and esWANT TO SEE? Memorial corted by moWall. torcycles. Those who would like to And, one of Hundreds of view the escort of the Travthe most icon- eling Vietnam Memorial motorcycles. Wall can do so from the ic sounds in Vehicles sidewalks and parking lots American lore from Sumter along South Guignard Drive is that of a Police Departup to the intersection of motorcycle ment, Sumter West Liberty Street, and from the same intersection revving its enCounty Sherup to Swan Lake along gine. iff’s Office, West Liberty Street early Next week, Clarendon Saturday afternoon the two will County Sherbetween 2 and 3 p.m. meld to form iff’s Office, an incredible S.C. Highway amalgamation of AmeriPatrol and several motorcan ideals and history, cycle clubs will meet up and create a vision the with the monument conlikes of which few have voy at about 1 p.m. seen before, especially Wednesday at the rest locally. SEE ESCORT, PAGE A7 Imagine it: The sun shining down on the traveling Vietnam Wall Miss Sumter 1951 replica on board a tracBY ROB COTTINGHAM

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Nicholas proudly wears his Green Knights patch on his motorcycle vest, commonly referred to as a “cut” in the biking world, on Friday.



Gov. Nikki Haley talks to future Mary Kay sales director Natasha Olden at Olden’s table at the Clarendon County Day Jobs Fair at Manning High School on Saturday. The jobs fair was organized by Haley’s Original Six Foundation.

Haley visit, job fair highlight special occasion BY BRISTOW MARCHANT Clarendon County has been on the receiving end of negative attention since the beginning of the recession for having one of the highest unemployment rates in the state. But Saturday, the county got some positive attention as the governor and her foundation visited Manning to put on Clarendon County Day. The county’s day included a comprehensive health and jobs fair at Manning High School, an event organized by volunteers from Clarendon County residents stand in line for free health screenings Saturday in the Manning High School gymnasium. The screenings were part of Clarendon SEE CLARENDON, PAGE A11 County Day at the school. ROB COTTINGHAM / THE ITEM 20 N. Magnolia St. Sumter, SC 29150 (USPS 525-900)

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Lee Veterans Museum will host annual breakfast Tour, ribbon cutting also scheduled BY RANDY BURNS Special to The Item BISHOPVILLE — The 15th Annual Memorial Day Breakfast for Lee County veterans will take place in a brand new home. The Lee County Veterans Museum, next door to the South Carolina Cotton Museum, will open its doors for the first time at 8 a.m. on Memorial Day for a continental breakfast and special tour of the museum. A special ribbon cutting ceremony will take place following the breakfast. All Lee County veterans and their families are invited to the breakfast. Organizers are expecting as many as 350 to attend this year’s event, sponsored by the cotton museum, American Legion Post 29, the United Daughters of the Confedera-

cy, the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Bishopville Pilot Club. For the past year, volunteers led by Ronnie Williams and Janson Cox of the South Carolina Cotton Museum and Randall Gooding, Post 29 Commander of the American Legion, have been working to make sure the 2013 Memorial Day festivities would be held in the new veterans museum. “It is a work in progress,” Williams said. “It is not completed, but it is an ongoing, evolving process. You will see different displays under construction, but you will get a good idea of the direction we’re headed.” Cox, who serves as director of the cotton museum, said the new facility is “not a typical military museum.” “This is a museum where we talk about our heroes,”

WANT TO GO? WHAT: Lee County 15th Annual Memorial Day Breakfast WHEN: 8 a.m. May 27 WHERE: South Carolina Cotton Museum and the Lee County Veterans Museum, 121 Cedar Lane, Bishopville CONTACT: (803) 484-4497 Veterans and their families are invited.

Cox said. “This will be stories about Lee County veterans. You won’t find histories of individual battles. You won’t see an exhibit on the Battle of the Bulge, but you will see the story of Lee County’s Norwood Hatfield, who was on the ground during the Battle of the Bulge.” There will also be a special exhibit honoring Lee County’s James Davidson Heriot — one of 29 South Carolinians to be awarded the National Medal of Honor, the nation’s highest

military honor. The new museum represents a partnership between the South Carolina Cotton Museum and the American Legion Post 29 in Bishopville. The new museum also contains office space for the Lee County Veterans Affairs Office, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion. “Veterans now come to one place for information and services when it pertains to veterans,” said Post 29 Commander Randall Cox. “We want our veterans in Lee County to come here, to look at what we have, and be proud of it,” Gooding said. “This is going to be a tribute to the veterans of Lee County and the surrounding area. It will be here for the future generations.” The families of Lee County veterans have provided exhibit cases for the museum, Williams said. The six branches of the


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Kim Marion, right, a phlebotomist with the American Red Cross Columbia, swabs Deputy Colleen McHugh’s arm with betadine Friday during the third annual Chuck Nesbitt Blood Drive. McHugh is a regular donor because when she had a medical emergency, she needed blood transfusions to save her life. Nesbitt, a 10-year veteran of the Sumter Police Department, died in the line of duty in January 2011 when his police car collided with another car as he was returning from transporting a prisoner.



LEFT: Jukeeta Brantley, phlebotomist with the American Red Cross Florence, takes tubes of blood Friday during the drive. ABOVE: Robert McGuire, left, a phlebotomist with American Red Cross Columbia, preps Brian Harris, a crime analyst with the Sumter Police Department, for his donation Friday. Harris is a regular donor after watching his niece battle leukemia and receive transfusions. ABOVE RIGHT: Rhonda Greer, right, a phlebotomist with American Red Cross Columbia, prepares Chief Russell Roark to donate double units of red blood cells. He said it was the first time being hooked up to the machine that returned his platelets and plasma.



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Gilbert man dies plowing field LANCASTER — A 72-year-old man from Gilbert has died after he was crushed by a tractor after he plowed a field in Lancaster County. Coroner Mike Morris told The Herald of Rock Hill that James Staehr was alone Friday afternoon when he was crushed. Morris said Staehr was trying to load the tractor

military — the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and the Merchant Marines — will be represented in the exhibits, Williams said. The memorabilia items on exhibit have been provided by Lee County veterans and their families, Cox said. Through Labor Day, veterans will be able to visit the military museum and the cotton museum at no cost as part of a Blue Star Museum program, Cox said. The Veterans Museum will open to the public on May 28, the day after Memorial Day. The cost of admission will be $6 for adults and will include admission to both museums. Paid admissions to the cotton museum will also include a visit to the veterans museum. “It will be like visiting two museums for the price of one,” Cox said.

onto a trailer when it slipped off and pinned him underneath. The coroner said the tractor was still attached to the plow and likely was too heavy in the back, causing it to fall over.

Court OKs suit to get back gambling losses COLUMBIA — A lawyer said a state Court of Appeals ruling clears the way for gamblers to sue

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No deaths reported during biker week MYRTLE BEACH — Authorities reported few problems with the Spring Harley-Davidson motorcycle Rally along the Grand Strand. Troopers said no bikers have been killed so far during the weeklong event, but they warn this weekend is usually the busiest time for the rally.

The Lincoln High School Alumni Association Preservation Society will sponsor a forum Thursday on the “SitIn Movement” in Sumter during the period 1960-63. A panel of individuals who participated in those events will revisit that time in Sumter’s history and share their experiences with the community. This event will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Lincoln High School building, 26 Council St., Sumter. The panel will include the Rev. William F. Randolph, Frances Dubose Singleton and Leroy Gary, all of whom were Morris College students; the Rev. Ralph W. Canty and Louis Watkins, who were students at Lincoln High; and businessman Willie Singleton, who served as treasurer for the movement. These individuals will make opening remarks, and the audience will be encouraged to engage them with questions and comments. This is the first in a series of monthly forums that will be held at Lincoln to tell and preserve area civil rights and history stories for the present and future generations. Future forums will include “Early Black Law Enforcement Officers,” “Desegregation of the Public Library,” “The 1956 Safety Patrol Trip to Washington, D.C.” and “The Osceola McKaine Story.” These forums will be held on the third Thursday of each month on the Lincoln High campus. A reception will follow each forum in the newly opened Lincoln Museum and History facility that is housed in the old library.




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Burn ordinance proposal highlights division, enforcement issues BY BRISTOW MARCHANT A contentious proposal to change Sumter County’s burn ordinance at a recent county council meeting exposed divisions over what some council members feel is an inadequate standard for burning on residential property, while county firefighters expressed they are often blamed for trying to enforce that standard. A proposal to expand the prohibition on burnings within 50 feet of a home to 75 feet and also require a similar distance from any neighboring property line failed to advance last Tuesday when council members deadlocked on a 3-3 vote. Councilwoman Vivian Fleming-McGhaney abstained on the vote, saying she — along with Councilman Eugene Baten, the main sponsor of the proposal — wanted to see stronger enforcement of the current ordinance. But firefighters say they try to enforce the county burn ordinance as best they can. They say the way the ordi-

nance is currently written limits how they can enforce it. For example, while most of the complaints the Fire Department receives involve smoke blowing over neighboring properties or into homes, the burn ordinance primarily deals with the distance a fire can be set from a home. “It’s being enforced, but we can only do what the ordinance states,� said Fire Chief Karl Ford. Sumter County Fire Marshal Robbie Rickard said the International Fire Code gives departments more latitude in putting out fires deemed a nuisance. “This code allows me to put that fire out,� Rickard said. “It actually has a more stringent fine. It calls for a $500 fine, but the county fine is only $300.� The IFC is set by the International Codes Council, a professional body that draws up recognized building safety standards, including firefighting organizations. Rickard said he’s asked the county to allow the fire department to enforce the 2012 version of the

code, which is currently superceded by the county ordinance. “It’s not just Sumter. I talk to fire marshals all over the state, and really nationwide, that have issues with their local codes,� Rickard said. While he wants stronger enforcement, Baten said a nuisance standard would be too subjective. “When is it a nuisance?� he said. “If there’s smoke going in your house, then by the time the fire department gets there the wind has shifted and they’ll say ‘well, there’s no smoke here.’� The county council vice chairman instead supports expanded setbacks. He pointed to Lexington County, which currently has a 75-foot setback provision, and to Richland County, which doesn’t permit burning in residential areas at all. When the original burn ordinance was proposed more than two years ago, Baten said he wanted a 200-foot setback. He also wants to strengthen the ordinance by including a property-line setback in addition to the set-

back requirement for homes. “Right now, my neighbor can burn within one foot of my property line if he’s 50 feet from my home,� Baten said. For Baten, the issue boils down to smoke affecting residents’ quality of life in their homes and even their health. Since first proposing the ordinance, he said he’s gotten calls from people all over the county to tell him about problems with their neighbors’ burning activities. He wants the fire department to be more stringent in assessing fines and said he even considered shifting responsibility for enforcing the ordinance to the sheriff’s office. But firefighters say the current ordinance is problematic. While it requires all fires to be attended, it doesn’t define what constitutes attendance. “It doesn’t say you must be standing next to it with a hose,� Ford said. Rickard cites an example of when he fined a homeowner for leaving a fire unattended after the man started Go Online for Your

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burning in his backyard and then left the property altogether. Likewise, the ordinance prohibits burning after sunset, but Rickard said he’s been called to homes where the sun has set on a fire burned down to embers that still smolder. “If I pour some water on it then, it will only make the smoke worse,� he said. Fire officials say most people are responsive to a verbal warning about the ordinance and worry handing down fines in every situation would be counterproductive. Under a strict reading of the ordinance, Ford said, “you couldn’t keep a barbecue grill on your back porch.� The fire chief said he’s sympathetic to residents bothered by their neighbors’ smoke but said if he orders homeowners to stop burning without a clear violation, he’d invite legal challenges to the department’s actions. “You can get hung

up in court on technicalities,� he said. Baten, on the other hand, thinks the county could be sued if residents feel firefighters aren’t responding appropriately to their complaints and pledges to keep trying to pass more stringent measures. He said the council members blocking the proposal aren’t concerned enough about the effects of residential burning on their constituents’ lives. “I would say to them, they’re not part of the solution, they’re part of the problem,� he said. For his part, Ford said he’s committed to enforcing the rules on the books within the letter of the law but says the fire department can’t ultimately adjudicate disputes between neighbors where burning debris has become just one method of retaliation. “Really, what they have is a civil problem,� he said.

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Up to 60 injured after car drives into Virginia parade DAMASCUS, Va. (AP) — About 50 to 60 people were injured Saturday when a driver described by witnesses as an elderly man drove his car into a group of hikers marching in a parade in a small Virginia mountain town. It happened about 2:10 p.m. during the Hikers Parade at the Trail Days festival, an annual celebration of the Appalachian Trail in Damascus, near the Tennessee state line about a half-hour drive east of Bristol. Washington County director of emergency management Pokey Harris said no fatalities had been reported. The injuries ranged from critical to superficial, he said. Three of the victims were flown by helicopters to regional hospitals. An

additional 12 to 15 were taken by ambulance. The rest were treated at the scene. At a news conference, Damascus Police Chief Bill Nunley didn’t release the driver’s name or age but said he was participating in the parade. Multiple witnesses described him as an elderly man. Nunley said the man’s 1997 Cadillac was one of the last vehicles in the parade and the driver might have suffered an unspecified medical problem when his car accelerated to about 25 mph and struck the crowd on a two-lane bridge along the town’s main road. The driver was among those taken to hospitals. “It is under investigation, and charges may be placed,� Nunley said.





Carletha and Buster Addison cut the ribbon for Sumter Trolley Tours LLC, their new business, on Friday. Family, church and other Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce members joined them for the ceremony.

Buster and Carletha Addison’s family and church members along with other members of the Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce test out the new trolley seats.


A 1997 GMC Yukon was reported stolen from the 200 block of S.C. 261 in Wedgefield at 1:04 a.m. Friday. The vehicle was recovered a

CARSON from Page A1 admission to the event is complimentary. “This is our gift to the community,� she said. “Our hope is that Sumter embraces Dr.

At 4:30 a.m. Friday, law enforcement responded to a car on fire in the 5100 block of Black River Road in Rembert. The vehicle was found burning near an abandoned home and was identified as a “possible Nissan SUV,� but investigators were unable to get a positive identification because of the damage. It was towed from the scene. At 1:23 a.m. Friday, firefighters were called to a mailbox that was set on fire in the 700 block of Haynsworth Street. The cause of the fire could not be determined at the time. Damage to the mailbox was estimated at $50.

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short time later when the driver fled from law enforcement on foot into a wooded area. It was towed from the scene. Two gold charm bracelets and $1,100 in cash were reported stolen from a home in the 1500 block of Jefferson Road at 7:22 p.m. Thursday. The bracelets are valued at a total of $500. A PlayStation3, three video games and a 52-inch flat-screen TV were reportedly stolen from the 100 block of Willow Drive between 5:30 p.m. Wednesday and 9:05 a.m. Thursday. The items are valued at $3,175. EMS CALLS:

On Thursday, Sumter County Emergency Medical Services responded to 34 calls. Twenty-seven were medical calls, four were motor vehicle wrecks, and three were other trauma.

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The event is free and open to the public. Carson will speak at 1 p.m. Dec. 3 in the Nash Student Center on the campus of Wilson Hall School.

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Will Boy Scouts accept gay youth? Vote is imminent BY DAVID CRARY AP National Writer With its ranks deeply divided, the Boy Scouts of America is asking its local leaders from across the country to decide whether its contentious membership policy should be overhauled so that openly gay boys can participate in Scout units. The proposal to be put before the roughly 1,400 voting members of the BSA’s National Council on Thursday, at a meeting in Grapevine, Texas, would retain the Scouts’ long-standing ban on gays serving in adult leadership positions. Nonetheless, some conservatives within and outside the BSA community have denounced the proposal, saying the Scouts’ traditions would be undermined by the presence of openly gay youth. There have been warnings of mass defections if the ban is even partially lifted. From the other flank, gay-rights supporters and some Scout leaders from politically liberal areas have welcomed the proposed change as a positive first step, but are calling on the BSA to go further and lift the ban on gay adults as well. The Scouts’ national spokesman, Deron Smith, said the policy toward gays had become “the most complex and challenging issue” facing the BSA at a time when it is struggling to stem a steady drop in membership. “Ultimately we can’t anticipate how people


ABOVE: James Oliver, left, hugs his brother and fellow Eagle Scout, Will Oliver, who is gay, as Will and other supporters carry four boxes filled with petitions to end the ban on gay scouts and leaders in front of the Boy Scouts of America headquarters in Dallas, Texas. BELOW: Clockwise from left, Boy Scouts Eric Kusterer, Jacob Sorah, James Sorah, Micah Brownlee and Cub Scout John Sorah hold signs at the “Save Our Scouts” Prayer Vigil and Rally in front of the Boy Scouts of America National Headquarters in Irving, Texas, in February.

will vote, but we do know that the result will not match everyone’s personal preference,” Smith said in an email. In January, the BSA floated a plan to give sponsors of local Scout units the option of admit-

ting gays as both youth members and adult leaders or continuing to exclude them. However, it changed course, in part because of surveys sent out starting in February to members of the Scouting community.

Of the more than 200,000 leaders, parents and youth members who responded, 61 percent supported the current policy of excluding gays, while 34 percent opposed it. Those findings contrasted with a Washington Post-ABC News national poll earlier this month. It said 63 percent of respondents favored letting openly gay youth be Scouts, and 56 percent favored lifting the ban on gay adults. Over the past several weeks, numerous public events have been staged by advocacy groups on different sides of the debate. A group called Scouts for Equality has organized rallies in several cities aimed at urging local BSA councils to support an end to the ban on gay youth. Rallies opposing any easing of the ban, for youth or adults, have been organized by a group called, which claims the pending proposal “requires open homosexuality in the Boy Scouts.” Both groups plan to have their leaders and supporters on hand in Grapevine as the vote takes place. Among those heading to Grapevine to lobby for an easing of the ban are Tracie Felker and her 16-year-old son, Pascal Tessier, who, though openly gay, is on track to become an Eagle Scout as a member of Boy Scout Troop 52 in Chevy Chase, Md. “We are absolutely

dedicated to restoring integrity to Boy Scouting and reinvigorating the program,” Felker said. “That can only be done by removing the stain of discrimination.” Passions also run deep on the other side, as evidenced by a live online event titled “Stand With Scouts Sunday” presented May 5 by the conservative Family Research Council. The council opposes lifting the ban on gay youth, saying such a change “will dramatically alter the culture and moral landscape of America.” Among the participants was Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who lauded the Scouts’ tradition of character-building. “For pop culture to come in and try to tear that up because this happens to be the flavor of the month ... that is just not appropriate,” Perry said. “Frankly I hope the American people stand up and say, ‘Not on my watch.’” Also appearing on the webcast was Jeremy Mill-

er, a Scout leader from Ohio who said the proposed change “will open the door to boy-on-boy sexual contact, bullying and older Scouts being predators on younger Scouts.” The BSA’s national leadership has rejected such warnings as illfounded. “The BSA makes no connection between the sexual abuse or victimization of a child and homosexuality,” a new background document says. “The BSA takes strong exception to this assertion.” Of the more than 100,000 Scouting units in the U.S., 70 percent are chartered by religious institutions. While these sponsors include liberal churches opposed to any ban on gays, some of the largest sponsors are relatively conservative denominations that have supported the broad ban — notably the Roman Catholic Church, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and Southern Baptist churches.

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The Morris College class of 2013 celebrates after the official announcement of the conferring of degrees on May 4 at Sumter County Civic Center.

2013 graduates celebrate BELOW: Cum Laude graduate Jacques McCoy Jr. of Columbus, Ohio, receives his degree from Morris College President Luns C. Richardson. Charles B. Jackson Sr., commencement speaker and chairman of the Morris College Board of Trustees, looks on.

ABOVE: Mac Summers, chair of the Central Carolina Technical College Area Commission, congratulates one of the nearly 600 graduating students during the morning ceremony on May 10 at the Sumter County Civic Center. For the first time in the college’s history, two separate ceremonies were held in order to accommodate the growing number of graduates and their families. S.C. Sen. Thomas McElveen and Craig Baartman of Continental Tire the Americas were the commencement speakers.

Elizabeth Bastedo, left, information technology instructor for Central Carolina Technical College, congratulates graduate Traci Lynch following the commencement ceremonies. Lynch, who delivered the prayer during the graduation, is a highly decorated student, a member of the State Academic All-Star Team and the 2013 winner of the School Service Award.

ABOVE: Candidates for graduation and the audience prepare for the opening hymn at Morris College’s 102nd Commencement Convocation.

ABOVE: Interim University of South Carolina Sumter Dean Lynwood Watts speaks with Patricia Pastides, wife of the college system’s president, Harris Pastides. Current University of South Carolina Sumter Student Body President Jared Buniel prepares to march in the commencement parade May 8.


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ESCORT from Page A1 area just south of the Lake Marion bridge on I-95. The procession will then continue on I-95 North until it takes Exit 122 onto U.S. 521, which will bring the convoy into Sumter. Once in town, the motorcade will veer left onto South Guignard Drive, traveling to the West Liberty Street intersection, where it will make a left turn toward Alice Drive, finally stopping at Swan Lake. Leading the charge is one of Sumter Police Department’s own, Sgt. Anthony Rivers. “It definitely is an honor to escort the Traveling Vietnam Wall into Sumter,” Rivers said. “It’s a big part of history and the showcase item for the Iris Festival.” The wall being brought to Sumter is a city endeavor, but Rivers reached out to make sure things go smoothly. “I reached out to other agencies,” he said. “Clarendon County (Sheriff’s Office) is riding with us to the Sumter County line, and Highway Patrolmen will help by regulating traffic.” As for organizing the motorcycles for the event, Tech. Sgt. Caleb Nicholas stepped forward and invited riders from all over.

“I looked into it and asked if anyone had volunteered to do the escort and was told that no one had,” Nicholas said. “We always like to be involved in events like this. I invited people from every club in South Carolina.” By “we,” Nicholas is speaking of the Green Knights Military Motorcycle Club, Chapter 58, of which he is a member. The Shaw Air Force Base chapter has 10 members, comprised of more than exclusively active duty personnel. Membership for the Green Knights

was originally limited to Air Force only but has since expanded to include all branches. “We have active duty, dependents and civilian contractors who are members,” Nicholas said. “Anyone involved with the military can join. There are more than 100 chapters worldwide.” Nicholas said feedback for the escort has been incredible. He feels the escort will be quite the spectacle. “If I had to guess, I’d say at least 500 bikes are expected to be there,” Nicholas said. “I wouldn’t be surprised if it was over 1,000, though.

Nicholas sits atop his custom 1982 Yamaha XV-750 motorcycle on Friday. When Nicholas heard the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall was coming to Sumter, he jumped at the opportunity to have his motorcycle group, The Green Knights, Chapter 58, take point on the escort. ROB COTTINGHAM / THE ITEM


I know for sure that we’ll be there, along with other chapters and clubs, such as the Warhorse Brotherhood and the Patriot Guard.” Nicholas extends the invitation to the general public, as well. “Anybody that rides is welcome to join us,” he said. Rivers said law enforcement will also have bikes in the escort. “We’ll have two bikes from Sumter Police Department and one from the (Sumter County) Sheriff’s Office, as far as on-duty bikes go,” Rivers said. “I expect there will be several off-duty offi-

cers riding their personal cruisers, as well.” As for himself, Rivers said he’ll stick to four wheels. “I will be in a car,” Rivers said with a chuckle. Given the controversial nature of the Vietnam War, which took place predominantly in the sometimes inflammatory 1960s, it seems appropriate the monument will be escorted by motorcycle clubs, which have also been a divisive issue. “There are quite a few stigmas out there about motorcycle clubs,” said Nicholas. “Hollywood will do what they can to make things more entertaining, regardless of how factual the story is.” Nicholas, who has been riding for 22 years, said that motorcycle clubs and the military go hand in hand. “There’s a strong connection there, as

many of the first motorcycle clubs that formed in the ’30s and ’40s were started by veterans and active-duty members,” he said. “It was a means of fraternity, not the negativity you see in movies and on TV.” Regardless of public opinion, enthusiasm for motorcycles remains strong. From the thunderous rumble of cruisers to the high-pitched roars of street bikes, there’s just something about those sounds that your heart can’t ignore. The Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall has been on tour across the country, but its arrival to Sumter will certainly be something special. “I don’t think many around here have ever seen something like this,” Nicholas said. “They surely won’t forget it.” Reach Rob Cottingham at (803) 774-1225.

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Financial Regulation: Members voted, 235-161, to limit the Securities and Exchange Commission in its implementation of the Dodd-Frank financialregulation law. A yes vote was to pass a Republican bill that would blunt the impact of the law on banks and other financial-services firms. (HR 1062) First Responders, Teachers: Members rejected, 179-217, a Democratic bid to keep any part of HR 1062 (above) from weakening Security and Exchange Commission powers to guard the pensions of first responders and teachers or protect U.S. firms from foreign takeovers. A yes vote backed the motion. Cost-Benefit Analyses: Members defeated, 165-233, a bid by Democrats to scrap HR 1062 (above) and replace it with a simple description of the multiple cost-benefit analyses that the Securities and Exchange Commission already is required to do in its regulation of Wall Street. A yes vote backed the motion. Health-Law Repeal: Members voted, 229195, to repeal the “Obamacare� health law, which was enacted in 2010 and upheld by the Supreme Court in 2012. The House GOP has now voted three times to repeal the law and more than 30 times to change it. A yes vote was to pass HR 45. Federal Water Projects: Senators passed, 83-14, a bill overseeing about 700 Army Corps of Engineers projects for purposes such as flood control, navigation, shoreline protection, levee safety, wastewater treatment and lock and dam upgrades. A yes vote was to pass a bill (S 601) authorizing $12.5 billion for new projects to go with a $60 billion backlog of unfinished work. Medicare, Medicaid Administration: Senators confirmed, 91-7, Marilyn B. Tavenner, 61, to direct an agency that runs Medicare, Medicaid and Chil-

dren’s Health Insurance and part of the 2010 health law. A yes vote backed Tavenner to lead the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. WASHINGTON (AP) — Here’s how area members of Congress voted on major issues in the week ending May 17. HOUSE DODD-FRANK FINANCIAL RULES: Voting 235 for and 161 against, the House on May 17 passed a bill (HR 1062) imposing time-consuming requirements on the Securities and Exchange Commission as it puts the 2010 financial-regulation law known as Dodd-Frank into effect. In part, the bill would require the SEC, an independent agency, to conduct cost-benefit analyses of DoddFrank’s impact on freemarket forces such as capital formation and market liquidity. DoddFrank was enacted in response to the Wall Street meltdown in 2007 and the Great Recession that followed. The SEC has issued more than half of the 400-plus rules needed to implement the 2,300page law. The bill also requires the SEC to conduct cost-benefit analyses every five years of every regulation it has issued on any subject since 1933. The bill provides no new funding to cover its projected cost of $26 million and addition of 20 SEC staff members. Pete Sessions, R-Texas, said that under this bill, “the American taxpayer will be protected from needless regulations that impede economic growth.� A yes vote was to send the bill to the Senate. VOTE H-1 slugged FINANCIAL SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Mark Sanford, R-1, Joe Wilson, R-2, Jeff Duncan, R-3, Trey Gowdy, R-4, Mick Mulvaney, R-5, Tom

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Rice, R-7 Voting no: None Not voting: James Clyburn, D-6 FIRST RESPONDERS, FOREIGN TAKEOVERS: Voting 179 for and 217 against, the House on May 17 defeated a Democratic bid to prevent HR 1062 (above) from reducing the Security and Exchange Commission’s ability to safeguard the pensions of first responders and teachers or protect U.S. companies from foreign takeovers. Maxine Waters, DCalif., said, “With Americans increasingly dependent on the securities markets to protect their retirement savings, it is more critical than ever that we preserve the ability of the SEC to act.� A yes vote backed the Democratic motion. VOTE H-2 slugged RESPONDERS SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: None Voting no: Sanford, Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney, Rice (SC) Not voting: Clyburn COST-BENEFIT ANALYSES: Voting 165 for and 233 against, the House on May 17 defeated a Democratic bid to replace HR 1062 (above) with a non-binding description of the multiple cost-benefit analyses that the Securities and Exchange Commission already is required to conduct in regulating the financial-services industry. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., said the Republican bill must be scrapped because it would “cripple the SEC just as it undertakes the very tough and important job of implementing the badly needed reforms we passed in Dodd-Frank.� Scott Garrett, R-N.J., said the United States Court of Appeals for the

D.C. Circuit has found repeated failure by the SEC to measure the economic effect of its regulations. A yes vote backed the Democratic amendment. VOTE H-3 slugged COST SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: None Voting no: Sanford, Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney, Rice (SC) Not voting: Clyburn 2010 HEALTH-LAW REPEAL: Voting 229 for and 195 against, the House on May 16 passed a GOP bill (HR 45) to repeal the sweeping health law enacted in 2010 and upheld last year by the Supreme Court. House Republicans now have conducted three votes to repeal the law and more than 30 to change it. The law is designed to provide more than 30 million legal U.S. residents with health insurance they did not have at the time of enactment. Some parts already are in operation, and the law’s two most expansive sections will take effect in 2014. They are an enlargement of Medicaid and the opening of exchanges — online marketplaces — in all states where the uninsured can buy health policies at affordable rates. Richard Hudson, R-N.C., called the law “the most egregious example of government overreach we have ever seen. Health care has always been and should always be a relationship between a patient and a doctor of one’s choice, not a government mandate to be managed by faceless bureaucrats in Washington, D.C.� Louise Slaughter, D-N.Y., said critics of the health law stand “on the wrong side of history, just as they


stood on the wrong side of history when Social Security was passed and when Medicare came into being.� A yes vote was to send the bill to the Senate. VOTE H-4 slugged REPEAL SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Sanford, Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney, Rice (SC) Voting no: None Not voting: Clyburn SENATE CORPS OF ENGINEERS PROJECTS: Voting 83 for and 14 against, the Senate on May 15 passed a bill (S 601) overseeing nearly 700 Army Corps of Engineers water projects costing tens of billions of dollars that directly benefit every state. Now awaiting House action, the bill authorizes or reauthorizes projects for flood control, navigation, shoreline protection, environmental restoration, harbor maintenance, levee safety, wastewater treatment and lock and dam upgrades. It authorizes $12.5 billion over 10 years for new projects on top of a backlog of unfinished projects budgeted at $60 billion. The bill contains no earmarks; puts environmental reviews required by the National Environmental Policy Act on a fast track; expedites rules for Great Lakes harbor dredging; bolsters the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund and allows premium increases to take effect for the National Flood Insurance Program. Sheldon Whitehouse, D-RI., said, “Water-resource and flood-control projects spur economic growth and create jobs. They fortify communities against storms and floods. They maintain our water and wastewa-


ter systems. They help maintain our favorite outdoor recreational destinations. And they can protect America’s cherished and economically important fish and wildlife.� No senator urged defeat of the bill in floor debate. A yes vote was to pass the bill. VOTE S-1 slugged PROJECTS SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Lindsey Graham, R Voting no: Tim Scott, R Not voting: None MEDICARE, MEDICAID ADMINISTRATION: Voting 91 for and seven against, the Senate on May 15 confirmed Marilyn B. Tavenner, 61, as chief of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), an agency with jurisdiction over health care for one in three Americans. In addition to administering Medicare and Medicaid, the agency oversees the Children’s Heath Insurance Program and runs part of the 2010 health law. Tavenner had been acting director of the CMS, and before that she was a nurse, hospital administrator and the top health official for Virginia. Max Baucus, DMont., said Tavenner “is an experienced health care professional. She has proven herself to be a strong leader, and I believe she is the right woman to lead CMS.� No senator spoke against Tavenner. A yes vote was to confirm Tavenner. VOTE S-2 slugged MEDICARE SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Graham, Scott Voting no: None Not voting: None Š 2013, Thomas Voting Reports Inc.

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umter’s Tuomey Hospital — our 100-year-old hometown medical facility — has been convicted of fraud for violating the False Claims Act and the Stark Law, and now faces the possibility of astronomical fines and almost certain bankruptcy. What must we do to save our hospital, a critical asset for our community? Is it to continue a legal process that has already cost tens of millions of dollars, or is it to find a way to save our hospital and move forward? We encourage the board — yet again — to consider what’s best for Sumter’s health care future, and not what’s best for top executives who have led us down this path for too long. It’s obvious to everyone in the community — and the government, which prosecuted Tuomey — that we must have new leadership. Regardless of whether we feel the hospital’s President and Chief Executive Officer Jay Cox, and Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Gregg Martin, acted in good faith or not, the verdict is in. No credible business can allow this kind of event, and the associated



costs, to continue. Cox and Martin must resign for the good of the hospital or be fired. Government prosecutors will not deal favorably with the leadership and legal team of a hospital that has been convicted of breaking the law. All of the hospital’s lawyers who have been involved in the first two fraud trials should be fired. We need fresh strategy to mitigate the millions of dollars in penalties due to this verdict. Board member Dr. Henry Moses, who testified against his medical colleague Dr. Mike Drakeford in the recent trial, should resign from the board. Current Chairman Chal Glenn, who also testified against Dr. Drakeford, should also resign. Their testimony gives them a conflict of interest in working to resolve this matter with the government. The Cox administration has consistently taken the hospital down the wrong road. These actions have now legally exposed the original 18 doctors who signed illegal contracts —

unwittingly or not — to further civil and possibly even criminal prosecution. They have also jeopardized Tuomey’s ability to participate in Medicare, which is 60 percent of the hospital’s business. Losing Medicare is a death penalty to any hospital. We owe it to the Tuomey employees — and this community — to not let that happen. Losing Tuomey will cause us to lose hundreds of local jobs in other businesses, which will either relocate or not locate here due to the absence of a credible hospital. Continuing to appeal this verdict would also mean there is no end in sight to the ongoing legal fees — current estimates range from $15 to $25 million — and the hospital will continue to remain stuck in its tracks should it continue to appeal. What doctor wants to start a practice in Sumter amidst such uncertainty? Tuomey doesn’t have a leg to stand on unless the administration and the trial attorneys are completely out of the picture. Only then will the

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Perry’s column proves entertaining, but what’s to come of Tuomey? I am writing this to thank the editors of The Item. I was getting quite bored by Braden Bunch’s accurate but dry “just the facts” reporting on the Tuomey trial. I knew I could rely on you guys to interject some of the fine fiction writing for which Joe Perry has come to be known. He did not disappoint in his latest installment. I am impressed that Joe read the thousand-plus pages of Mr. McAnaney’s deposition. I do have to wonder though, why out of many depositions given he would choose the one deposition that sheds a negative light on Tuomey’s efforts. All of the rest of the depositions except the one from a government “expert” gave Tuomey “As” for both effort and content of their actions. While Joe used his quotation marks as to Tuomey’s assertions about McAnaney, that does not lessen the absolute fact McAnaney was friends with Drakeford’s personal attorney before any engagement by Tuomey and has since benefited monetarily from their relationship. Some would call that sort of relationship a poisoned well. Obviously not everyone would agree. Anyway, thanks for the laugh. And while we’re on it I’d like to thank Phil Leventis for his service to both our state legislature and to the military of our nation. I do question, however, just how a private organization, set up by a trust in will and run by a non-paid board of directors made up of community business leaders and medical personnel, according to the specific wishes of that trust and will of the bequeather, Timothy Tuomey, would become some sort of publicly run entity. Maybe I’m missing something. And if that were to come to pass, would it be run by a group of uninformed local citizens who would be expected to make life and death decisions about our hospital concerning ever changing, hundreds of thousands of pages of federal laws and regulations and defend against a DOJ that has infinite funding from tax payer money? Or would it be like our local school board and the administration it has hired? I’m not really following that so just how’s that working out for ya? It does seem some folks are disgruntled. EARL REESE Sumter

The problems of the Republican Party are ours, as well In response to Lee Ingle’s letter of 05/15/2013 (Chamber, GOP do not represent average American), I would like to point out a few items for review. Mr. Ingle is right about one thing. It is truly the consumer who provides the jobs that run the wheels of commerce in our society, but it really is a symbiotic relationship, in that the consumers spend money they earn by having the jobs in the first place. No jobs, no money to spend. No money to spend, businesses go under, and jobs are lost, and the cycle goes ’round. It is akin to “Which came first; the chicken or the egg?” In an oppressive economic environment, small businesses, the real backbone of our society, cut back on expansion and re-investment opportunities out of a legitimate fear of even worse prospects. The

| Sumter County Chamber of Commerce has been a positive force in attempting to bridge the divide between businesses and the people who make up our workforce. Aside from their memberships of local businesses, they have committees that examine ways in which to improve our local economy. As an example, the Education Committee is tasked with examining the landscape and providing solutions to a skilled and employable workforce that, in turn, provides opportunities to those seeking employment. I would offer this one final observation. It isn’t just a problem that confronts the Republican Party or the Chamber of Commerce. Our problems are indeed their problems, as well. A rising tide truly does lift all boats. STEVEN SCHUMPERT Sumter

Your greed was your undoing, Tuomey, now change your ways Well, since you requested our opinions referencing the recent verdict, here goes. I read the commentary from former Item reporter Joe Perry, which was in The Item on Sunday, May 12. His comments are duly noted and probably sting pretty good right now. Let’s face it; this thing stunk from the very beginning. I know there were quite a few that tried to tell Tuomey to settle this. “Please don’t financially ruin our hospital,” but to no avail. I have to point out two letters to the editor that were written. One from Mr. John E. Miles Sr. in June 2010 and the second by myself in July 2010. It needs to be said that the nurses, employees, and doctors are continuing to do their jobs in a professional manner and don’t deserve to be included in any negativity. To me, the doctors are like anybody else — of course, they want to make as much as they can — however, the administration did not have to assist them further with those contracts. One does not have to be a lawyer to see this was going to be a disaster. Some of us saw it coming from a long way away; we didn’t have to be real close. Most times in my life, when I was really wrong on something important, I said, “OK, basically you got me. What can I do to get back on the right path?” But no, not Tuomey, they’re probably still in denial. They are not used to being told “no, you can’t do that.” Hey, Tuomey bigwigs — you need to come down to earth with the rest of us regular folks. Don’t worry, you will still be millionaires. You don’t personally have to repay the money. Have a steak and bottle of wine (although Mr. Tuomey may be turning in his grave). Just keep telling yourselves you did nothing wrong. It all boils down to greed. Tuomey could have played fair and made the appropriate profits but, no, they had to eliminate all competition and ensure they made all the profit. At least that’s the way it looks to me. RON WALRAVEN Sumter

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local, volunteer board be able to negotiate in good faith for Sumter’s citizens. We would suggest three immediate board appointments — Sumter Mayor and former S.C. House Rep. Joe McElveen; former state Sen. Phil Leventis, a decorated Air Force veteran; and past Tuomey Board Chairman Leon McDonald, an experienced banker. All men are highly respected for their lifetime of community service and broad ranges of legal, business, financial and political experience. They would add instant credibility and fight for the community’s best interest. The real, day-to-day working people of Tuomey outside of the boardroom and the administrative offices should be disappointed with the behavior of their leadership, and be able to demand change publicly without fear of retribution. Sumter’s non-profit, community hospital belongs to the people of Sumter, and not the handful of individuals who have commandeered a great institution and brought


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Benghazi redacted WASHINGTON — Mistakes to give their president the benefit of the doubt. Perhaps were made. he was trying to avoid further This, we are supposed to accept, is the conclusion to be inflaming a dangerous situation by refusing to repeat his drawn about the terrorist atpredecessor’s incendiary tacks in Benghazi, Libya, despite congressional testimony proclamations against Islamist terrorists. Wednesday suggesting that Or, just as likely, he was too significant efforts were made to camouflage those mistakes. close to re-election to risk contradictions to his camAs Democrats and Repubpaign narrative: He had killed licans alike know all too well: Osama bin Laden and al-QaeIt’s always the cover-up. da was as good as dead. Yet in this case, where so What we now know from clearly the State Department testimony and other reporting and others in the Obama adis that Americans on the ministration took extra steps ground knew the Benghazi atto mischaracterize what haptacks were coordinated pened the night Amterrorist assaults and bassador Christopher not a street protest Stevens and three over an anti-Muslim other Americans were video that escalated. killed, Democrats roll Nevertheless, U.N. their eyes at any sugAmbassador Susan gestion of such. Rice was sent on a tour More or less, most of five Sunday morning seem to agree with news shows to reiterHillary Clinton’s exasKathleen ate the CIA-approved perated assessment PARKER talking points. during her own conOn Friday, ABC’s gressional testimony in Jonathan Karl reported that a January: “What difference at review of emails shows that this point does it make?” those talking points were the I get her meaning. Why result of 12 different revisions, people decided to attack the orchestrated by the State DeAmerican consulate and CIA partment, resulting in removannex in Benghazi is far less important than preventing an- al of any reference to warnother such attack in the future. ings or the al-Qaeda-affiliated group Ansar al-Sharia. Before moving along, let’s In one email, Nuland exclear some brush: pressed dissatisfaction with Is the Obama administrasome of the tweaks, writing, tion culpable for what trans“These changes don’t resolve pired in Libya? No. It isn’t possible to prevent all eventu- all of my issues or those of my alities, though in retrospect, it buildings leadership.” Therein lies a telling clue. obviously would have been When a “building’s leaderprudent to provide more security in such a volatile place. ship” is cited as directing an official narrative, you can be Is Clinton to blame for the sure that someone is trying to deaths of four Americans? Of avoid responsibility for somecourse not. Bad things hapthing. Otherwise known as pen in bad places. CYA (covering your anatomiShould we have sent milical-posterior). tary assistance? If only life It is easy to believe that realwere a movie, we could have time mistakes in Benghazi were saved the day. But our milihonestly made. No one thinks tary commanders say we that any president or secretary couldn’t have gotten there in of state would do less than evtime. Civilians can speculate erything possible to save Amerthat they are wrong, but on ican lives. But the mistakes what basis? made afterward, whether out of Still, there is much that embarrassment or political should give pause to anyone, survival, are less easily rationalregardless of political affiliaized. They were, factually and tion. Three essential questions have been answered: (1) knowingly, dishonest. And that, Madame SecreWas there advance warning of tary, is what difference it possible terrorist activities in makes. Libya? Yes. (2) Was a request Kathleen Parker’s email adfor more security denied? Yes. dress is kathleenparker@ (3) Did the Obama tration edit the truth? Yes. © 2013, Washington Post Faced with these answers, Writers Group Democrats are more willing


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about negative attention on a national level, particularly in medical and legal circles. We urge the board — our friends, neighbors and business associates — to do the right thing for Sumter. It’s not too late. The current board members are: Chalmers “Chal” Glenn, Chairman; John Brabham, Vice Chairman; Phil Palmer, Treasurer; Mitchell “Mitch” Williams Secretary; Cynthia “Cindy” Reese, MD, Chief of Medical Staff; Jay Cox President and CEO; LeRoy “Roy” Creech; Ben Griffith; Kim Harvin; Ansel “Andy” McFaddin, MD; Henry Moses, MD; Nicole Norris; Kay Raffield, Ph.D; and Samuel “Sam” Riddle, MD. Most recent past board members were: Bobby Boykin, Chairman; Chal Glenn, Vice Chairman; Greg Thompson, Treasurer; Steve Creech, Secretary; Andy McFaddin, MD, Chief of Medical Staff; Jay Cox, President and CEO; Rev. James Blassingame; John Brabham; Henry Moses, MD; Phil Palmer; Kay Raffield; Sam Riddle, MD; Charles White, MD; and Mitch Williams.

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DELORIS H. BULLARD Deloris Hampton Bullard, 42, died Friday afternoon, May 17, 2013, at McLeod Regional Medical Center in Florence. Born in the Oakdale section of New Zion, she was a daughter of Henry Hampton Sr. and the late Bobbie Jean Parker Hampton. The family will be receiving friends at her residence, 806 Second Ave., Kingstree. These services have been entrusted to Samuels Funeral Home LLC of Manning. SALLY H. FREDERICK Sally Hankerson Frederick was born on Aug. 14, 1918, to the late Flim and Arrie Kearse in Allendale County. She departed this life on May 15, 2013, at the Sumter Health and Rehabilitation Center East in Sumter. Sally was educated in the public schools of Barnwell and Allendale counties. After her marriage to Willie James Frederick, she became a member of First Baptist Missionary Church and was one of the oldest members. She leaves to cherish her fond memories her daughter, Glorious L. Baird; one stepson, L.C. (Carolyn) Frederick; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; seven step-greatgrandchildren; and a host of other relatives and friends. Public viewing will be held today from 2 to 7 p.m. at Job’s Mortuary. Mrs. Frederick will be placed in the church on Monday, May 20, 2013, at 10 a.m. for viewing

until the hour of service. Funeral services will be held on Monday, May 20, 2013, at 11 a.m. at First Baptist Missionary Church, 219 S. Washington St., Sumter, with Pastor George Windley Jr., officiating, assisted by the Rev. O.J. Hannah, Minister Aaron Vaughan and the Rev. Frances Washington. Interment will follow in Hillside Memorial Park. Job’s Mortuary, Inc., 312 S. Main St., is in charge of arrangements. Online memorials may be sent to the family at jobsmortuary@sc.rr. com, or visit us on the web at

VIRGINIA A. GENTRY Virginia Ardis Gentry, daughter of Virginia Porter Ardis and the late Jerry Ardis Sr., was born April 27, 1961, in Sumter. She departed this earthly life on Wednesday, May 15, 2013, at South Georgia Medical Center, Valdosta, Ga. She was educated in the public schools of Sumter County and graduated from Sumter High School in 1979. She later attended Atlanta Medical College for training as a medical assistant in 1980 and Valdosta Technical College as a pharmacy technician in 1999. She was employed by Tuomey Regional Medical Center, Sumter; Dorn VA Hospital, Columbia; and Winn Dixie Pharmacy as a senior pharmacy technician for 11 years until her health failed. She leaves to cherish her memories and will be sadly missed by her loving husband, Michael Roy Gentry Jr. of Valdos-

ta; her mother, Virginia Porter Ardis of Sumter; one sister, Pearl Ardis of Sumter; two brothers, Jerry (Jenny) Ardis Jr. of Columbia and Tommie Ardis of Sumter; four sisters-in-law, Brenda Faye Young and Mamie Lee Young of Las Vegas, Flora Young of Newelton, La., and Betty Young of Shreveport, La.; one brother-in-law, Reginald Young of Las Vegas; seven aunts, Jeanette (Freddie) Goodley of Sumter, Elizabeth (Alphonso) Goode of Plainsfield, N.J.; the Rev. Dr. Mary (Leroy) Glisson of Hopkins, Azalee Geiger of Wedgefield, the Rev. Barbara Williams of Columbia; Annie Ardis of Sumter, and Ida Mae (Thomas) James of Los Angeles; five uncles, Timothy (Willie) Bradley of Sumter, Alfred Bradley of Sumter, James Sargent of Sumter, Thomas Ardis of Virginia and William Gentry of Los Angeles; close cousin William I. Alex of Colorado Springs; two special friends, Linda Sanders of Biloxi, Miss., and Jessie Bertie of Greenville; and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. Public viewing will be held on Monday, May 20, 2013, from 2 to 7 p.m. at Job’s Mortuary. Mrs. Gentry will be placed in the church on Tuesday, May 21, 2013, at 1 p.m. for viewing until the hour of service. Funeral service will be held on Tuesday, May 21, 2013, at 2 p.m. at Salem Chapel & Heritage Center, Sumter, with the Rev. Dorothy Maple, eulogist, assisted by the Rev. Dr. Kimberly Ferguson. Interment will follow in the

Evergreen Memorial Park. Family is receiving friends at the home of her mother, 19 Newman St., Sumter. Job’s Mortuary Inc., 312 S. Main St., is in charge of arrangements. Online memorials may be sent to the family at jobsmortuary@sc.rr. com, or visit us on the web at

JAMES O. HALL DALZELL — James Otis Hall, 71, beloved husband of Phyllis N. Hall, died on Thursday, May 16, 2013, at his residence. Born in Cairo, Ga., he was the son of the late William Ermon and Mary Gainous Hall. Mr. Hall retired from the United States Air Force after 23 years of service and was a Vietnam veteran. He later worked for Wells Fargo Armored Car Service and was a member of the Jamil Temple, Hillcrest Masonic Lodge, Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, the Midlands Retired Military Association and the Disabled American Veterans. He will be remembered as a loving husband, father and grandfather. Surviving in addition to his wife are three children, Donna Lynn Freeman of Borden, Rhoda Dee Hess of Easley and James Otis Hall Jr., of Dalzell; one special aunt, Lillian Ferrell of Cairo; and eight grandchildren. A funeral service will be held on Monday, May 20, 2013, at 3 p.m. in the Bullock Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will take place at a later date in Cairo.


The family will receive friends on Monday, May 20, 2013, one hour prior to the service from 2 to 3 p.m. at Bullock Funeral Home. You may sign the family’s guest book at www. The family has chosen Bullock Funeral Home for the arrangements.

TOMMY G. RIDGEWAY Sr. MANNING — Tommy Graham Ridgeway Sr., 70, husband of Catherine Ridgeway Ridgeway, died Saturday, May 18, 2013, at Clarendon Memorial Hospital. Born June 19, 1942, in Manning, he was the son of the late Charles Turner Ridgeway and Gladys Dennis Ridgeway. He was a retired auto mechanic and a member of Liberty Free Will Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife of Manning; a son, Tommy Graham Ridgeway Jr. (Vickey) of Manning; a daughter, Dianne Ridgeway Thompson (Hugh Ray) of Alcolu; five grandchildren, Hugh Ray Thompson III, Laci Dawn Thompson, Carrie Coello (Eddie), Tommy Graham Ridgeway III and Erick Ridgeway; and nine great-grandchildren. A funeral service will be held at 5 p.m. Monday, May 20, 2013, at Liberty Free Will Baptist Church, with the Rev. David Carlson officiating. Burial will follow in Clarendon Memorial Gardens.


Visitation will be from 4 to 6 p.m. today at Stephens Funeral Home and other times at the residence, 12431 Bloomville Road, Manning. Memorials may be made to Liberty Free Will Baptist Church, 2761 Liberty Church Road, Manning, SC 29102. Stephens Funeral Home & Crematory, 304 N. Church St., Manning, is in charge of arrangements. (803) 435-2179

JIMMIE LEE WILSON Sr. Jimmie Lee Wilson Sr. was born on Jan. 16, 1951. He was called to rest on May 10, 2013, after an illness. He was the son of the late Israel Moses III and Mae Thelma Edwards. He was raised by his grandparents, the late Albert (Tinny) and Mary Benbow Wilson of Sumter County. He will be lovingly remembered by his friends and family. Funeral services will be held on Monday, May 20, 2013 at 2 p.m. at the Church in the Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith Inc., 2449 Calvary Road, Hartsville, with Bishop Joe C. Tisdale officiating. A public viewing will be held today from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. at Whites Mortuary LLC, 517 N. Guignard Drive, Sumter. Online condolences can be made at www. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Whites Mortuary LLC. (803) 7748200



CLARENDON from Page A1 Gov. Nikki Haley’s Original Six Foundation. Haley’s private foundation focuses on improving the quality of life in South Carolina’s underserved rural counties such as Clarendon, financed by the proceeds from the governor’s book Can’t is Not an Option. The name refers to Haley’s family, her parents and siblings, who formed the original six members of her household. “It’s based on unemployment numbers,� Haley said, noting Clarendon is the sixth county where the Original Six has held a similar event. “Every place is different. We try to meet their needs with whatever resources we have available and hopefully help attract companies to these areas.� The most recent unemployment figures from April show Clarendon County’s jobless rate is persistently high at 11.1 percent, more than three percentage points above both the state and national averages. Some of those seeking work might have found it at the jobs fair held in the cafeteria, giving them a chance to speak with local employers and service providers, and pick up information on the local labor market. Natasha Olden operated one booth at the fair. The future sales director with Mary Kay cosmetics was looking for new salespeople. “I already have some customers in this area, and I wanted to let them know how they can make

some money as well,� she said. Even if she didn’t recruit any new salespeople, Olden’s visit might have drummed up some new business all the same. “I’ve had a few people come by who have just moved here and asked me if I could be their new consultant,� she said. Meanwhile, in the gym, locals could take advantage of free health screenings, from blood pressure measurements and diabetic screenings to vision tests and dental cleanings. Jaymas Williams, a family nurse practitioner with HopeHealth of Manning, sat behind a sign reading “Ask a Doctor.� “We can answer questions, educate them on how to handle their condition, and also make them aware of community resources that might be available,� she said. Williams said free health fairs such as these

are often the only way to reach more disadvantaged members of the community. “If you have financial concerns, that may prevent you from going to the doctor,� she said. “If you don’t have insurance, that can make you hesitant, so this provides an avenue for us to educate people and make these things available to them.� As an added incentive, participants were given a “wellness report card� to complete as they went around the health fair. Children who completed at least four screenings received a basketball or soccer ball, and adults were entered into a raffle for a bicycle, donated by Walmart. Besides the two main fairs, Clarendon County Day included a blood drive, children’s car seat inspections, a free USTA tennis clinic and Cocky’s Reading Express for kids, featuring the Gamecocks’ mascot. In the school’s chorus room, Clarendon County First Steps held a “baby


Dancers with the KFA Dance Group entertain visitors on Saturday at Manning High School.

shower� for expectant mothers, including educational material and baby products. “We stress the importance of reading to young children, on making sure you take them on pediatric visits, and we inform them about their child’s development and how important it is they get that in their early years,� said First Steps executive director Sharon Williams. “Anything we can do to make this a success for

mothers and children.� Making her way through the school to speak with as many of the day’s participants as possible, Haley said the Original Six Foundation deferred to local leaders to decide what the foundation should focus on in each area. “We let them tell us what they want us to do,

to see what their needs are,� she said. The key to success, the governor said, is not any single event but a committed effort to improve the community. “It’s not a one-time visit,� Haley said. “We’re going to continue coming back.� Reach Bristow Marchant at (803) 774-1272.

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AA, AL-ANON, ALATEEN: AA — Monday-Friday, noon and 5:30 p.m.; Saturday, 8 p.m.; Sundays, 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m., 1 Warren St. (803) 775-1852. AA Women’s Meeting — Wednesday, 7 p.m., 1 Warren St. (803) 775-1852. AA Spanish Speaking — Sunday, 4:30 p.m., 1 Warren St. (803) 775-1852. AA “How it Works” Group — Monday and Friday, 8 p.m., 1154 Ronda St. Call (803) 494-5180. Al-Anon “Courage to Change” Support Group — Tuesday, 7 p.m., Alice Drive Baptist Church, Room 204, 1305 Loring Mill Road. Call Dian at (803) 316-0775 or Crystal at (803) 775-3587. 441 AA Support Group — Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 8:30 p.m., Hair Force, 2090-D S.C. 441. AA Summerton Group — Wednesday, 8 p.m., town hall. Manning Al-Anon Family Group — Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Behavioral Health Building, 14 Church St., Manning. Call Angie Johnson at (803) 435-8085. C/A “Drop the Rock” Group — Thursday, 9:30 p.m., 1154 Ronda St. Call Elizabeth Owens at (803) 607-4543. HIV/AIDS: Positive Outlook, through Wateree AIDS Task Force, will meet at 11:30 a.m. third Friday of each month. Support group for those living with HIV / AIDS as well as their friends and family. For meeting location, contact Kevin, peer educator and advocate, at (803) 778-0303 or via email at MONDAY MEETINGS: Sumter Vitiligo Support Group — 5:45-6:45 p.m. every fourth Monday, North HOPE Center, 904 N. Main St. Call Tiffany at (803) 316-6763. TUESDAY MEETINGS: Sumter Connective Tissue Support Group — 1st Tuesday of Jan., March, May, July, Sept. and Nov., 7 p.m., 180 Tiller Circle. Call (803) 773-0869. Mothers of Angels (for mothers who have lost a child) — Every Tuesday, 6 p.m., Wise Drive Baptist Church. Call Betty at (803) 469-2616 or Carol at (803) 469-9426. EFMP Parent Exchange Group — Last Tuesday each month, 11 a.m.-noon, Airman and Family Readiness Center. Support to service members who have a dependent with a disability or illness. Call Dorcus Haney at (803) 895-1252/1253 or Sue Zimmerman at (803) 847-2377. WEDNESDAY MEETINGS: GriefShare (for those grieving the loss of a spouse) — Wednesdays, 10 a.m.-noon, Tuomey Medical Office Building, Suite 110. Call B.J. Drayton at (803) 773-4663.











Mostly cloudy with a couple of t-storms

Mostly cloudy and humid with a t-storm

Partly sunny, seasonably warm and humid

Winds: S 7-14 mph

Winds: S 6-12 mph

Winds: SSW 6-12 mph

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Winds: S 6-12 mph

Chance of rain: 65%

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Variable clouds, a couple of t-storms

Sumter through 4 p.m. yesterday

Temperature High ............................................... 85° Low ................................................ 65° Normal high ................................... 82° Normal low ..................................... 58° Record high ....................... 95° in 1960 Record low ......................... 40° in 1997

Greenville 79/64


Bishopville 82/68

24 hrs ending 4 p.m. yest. ............ trace Month to date .............................. 0.48" Normal month to date .................. 1.76" Year to date ................................ 15.40" Normal year to date ................... 16.11"

Lake Murray Marion Moultrie Wateree

Full 7 a.m. 24-hr pool yest. chg 360 358.18 +0.03 76.8 76.34 -0.06 75.5 74.78 +0.13 100 96.44 -0.85

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

Full pool 12 19 14 14 80 24

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

Today Hi/Lo/W 84/65/t 78/60/t 81/65/t 85/66/t 82/70/t 76/67/t 82/69/t 80/65/t 80/65/t 85/67/t

7 a.m. yest. 4.92 4.30 3.07 4.18 79.69 14.30

24-hr chg -0.47 -0.86 -0.30 -0.38 -0.26 -0.95

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 85/65/t 83/59/t 85/66/t 86/65/t 82/67/t 76/68/t 82/68/t 83/64/t 86/66/t 86/67/t

Columbia 85/67 Today: Cloudy with a shower or thunderstorm. Monday: Partly sunny and humid with a shower or thunderstorm around.

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LEE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES Monday, 6:30 p.m., cafeteria, Lee Central High School, 1800 Wisacky Highway, Bishopville


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CLARENDON COUNTY PLANNING & PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Tuesday, 6 p.m., planning commission office, Manning CLARENDON SCHOOL DISTRICT 2 Tuesday, 6:30 p.m., district office

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10 Where hemoglobin is found 11 Bread spread 12 Mushroom parts 13 Slangy sound of discomfort 14 Up-to-date 15 Part of AD 16 Pack away 17 Loud laugh 20 Sioux tribe 24 Scuff up 26 Fiber-__ cable 29 Solemn agreement 31 No. on a food package 32 Pizza topping 33 Parting words 34 Breezes through 35 Sculpted form 37 At the peak of 39 Frog cousins 40 Kind of navel 41 Inedible orange 43 Parting words 44 Disinclined 45 High-school student 51 Pixar blockbuster film 53 Vote seeker, for short 57 Piece of the action 58 Garlicky sauce 59 Painter of water lilies 60 Helpful contacts 61 Exchange verbal jabs 62 Look after 64 As soon as 65 One with a JD 68 Unruffled 69 Embroidery yarn

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The following tide table lists times for Myrtle Beach.

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Mon. Hi/Lo/W 84/65/t 81/65/t 79/73/t 86/66/t 88/64/pc 88/65/t 86/66/t 82/62/t 82/69/t 78/68/t

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Mon. Hi/Lo/W 83/65/t 81/69/t 79/68/t 82/66/t 82/68/t 83/66/t 84/66/t 80/72/t 79/68/t 80/68/t

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you meet. Get involved in ARIES (March 21-April 19): the last word in astrology events that will expose you Take responsibility for to greater opportunities. your actions and you will eugenia LAST Proposals will be made, come out on top and but get whatever is being prove to those doubting offered in writing. you that you are capable. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Enjoy friends, family SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Make a list of what’s important to you and you will feel and short trips that are informative, excellent about your future prospects. Make adventurous and lead to worthwhile changes that will improve your personal life encounters. Don’t look back; move forward. and home. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Secrecy will be SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): You’ll have to necessary if you want to avoid interference. fight to get your way, but so will your An emotional matter concerning health, challenger. Expect to face emotional finances or someone you care about will blackmail and prepare to use similar tactics to cause confusion. counter whatever demands are being made. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Help someone in CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Don’t make an need. Use your space to entertain or to begin impulsive move to appease someone a new project that will help you develop new pressuring you. Take charge and make your skills, expertise or a plan that will help decisions based on your budget, knowledge improve your lifestyle. and standard that you want to live by. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Get your facts straight before engaging in an emotional dispute. You AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Nurture an important relationship. Emotional confusion need a chance to rethink your position and based on trust issues can be resolved if you why someone may not agree with you. take the time to discuss your concerns. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Don’t fret about PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Don’t meddle. Take something you can’t change. Indulge in care of your responsibilities. Honesty will be activities that challenge you in a positive and key and can make the difference between refreshing way. Innovation will bring you getting what you want and being shut out of closer to your goal. someone’s plans. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): You’ll charm everyone


ACROSS Totally destroy Little terror “__ hungry I could . . .” Bucks Euphrates River land Shakespearean teen Alliance since 1949 Biblical preposition Parting words Parting words Renown Downhill race Search for prey “That’s cheating!” Latin lover’s phrase Overfill Put on the books Parting word Helmet, informally Starts to sag Lord’s Prayer starter “No ifs, __, or buts!” C-to-C stretch Misfortunes “Memory” musical Smartphone download Neckline shape Demolition aid Parting words Uncompromising Froggy-throated Big name in trains “__ porridge hot . . .” Aromas Subatomic particles It may hold your pants up Construct All-knowing one Stylist’s creation Library classification innovator Parting words

Myrtle Beach 82/69

Aiken 84/65

Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. ©2013 Today Hi/Lo/W 83/68/t 78/67/t 83/68/t 82/67/t 82/68/t 88/64/t 79/65/t 83/67/t 82/69/t 78/65/t


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

MANNING CITY COUNCIL Monday, 6:30 p.m., second floor of Manning City Hall, 29 W. Boyce St.

SUMTER CITY COUNCIL Tuesday, 5:30 p.m., Sumter Opera House, 21 N. Main St.

Sumter 82/67

Today: Clouds and sun with a shower or thunderstorm around. High 78 to 82. Monday: A shower or thunderstorm around. High 78 to 82.

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

66° Periods of sun with a t-storm; humid

Florence 82/68

Manning 82/67



65° Warm and humid with clouds and sun

Sunrise today .......................... 6:17 a.m. Sunset tonight ......................... 8:19 p.m. Moonrise today ....................... 2:37 p.m. Moonset today ........................ 2:23 a.m.

Gaffney 78/65 Spartanburg 79/64


TAX ACCOMMODATIONS ADVISORY BOARD Tuesday, 3 p.m., Swan Lake Visitors Center




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




70 Container, in product names 71 Breezy greeting 73 NBA tiebreakers 74 Dreadlocks wearer 75 Land southeast of Cuba 76 Fall bloomer 79 Miscue 81 Poker card 82 Bold one 84 Sampras of tennis

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Words of confidence Polygraph’s purpose Grump Steering-system parts Tenor solo Of the mind Iditarod team member Zigged or zagged Chopin work Contend Criticize, so to speak Long garment

106 Company that trademarked “Escalator” 108 Wordsworth works 109 Emulate soufflés 110 Impending times 112 __ Perignon 114 Bit of hope 115 Slice of history 116 Poke fun at 117 Fond murmur 118 Travel guide listing






To contact the Sports Department, call (803) 774-1241 or e-mail

PPO qualifying stays on track FROM STAFF REPORTS All but three of the matches scheduled for the first day of qualifying for the Palmetto Pro Open at Palmetto Tennis Center were completed in spite of the rain that began to fall early in the afternoon and occurred off and on the remainder of the day. Officials for the $10,000 USTA tournament finally canceled the rest of the

day’s schedule around 6:15 p.m. They had the courts dried and ready for play on three occasions, but rain came each time. There wasn’t a lot of

drama on the first day as the 93-player qualifying field was narrowed down to 64. The remaining players are competing for 14 spots to fill out the 32-player main draw, which begins on Tuesday. Only four of Saturday’s matches went to three sets with the first-set loser rallying to win the final two sets and the match. Sydney


Stephanie J. Smith hits a return to Magdalena Ekert during their Palmetto Pro SEE PPO, PAGE B3 Open qualifying match on Saturday at Palmetto Tennis Center. Ekert won 6-1, 6-3.

Oxbow upsets Orb to win Preakness BY RICHARD ROSENBLATT The Associated Press


Sumter High School’s Devontaye Edwards, left, and Daishaun Randolph hold up the 4A state track and field goal medals each won at the state meet at Lower Richland High School in Hopkins. Randolph won the high jump while Edwards won the shot put.

Track trio earns titles Sumter’s Edwards makes SHS’ Randolph goes from most of 2nd opportunity novice to champ in 2 years BY JUSTIN DRIGGERS Devontaye Edwards qualified for the 4A state track and field meet in the shot put for the first time last season. He had to wait a year to finally compete, however. Edwards injured his wrist weightlifting two days before last year’s

meet, forcing him to forego his first opportunity at state gold. “It was hard when that happened,” Edwards said. “But I just came back the next year and worked hard to get back.” Edwards not only made it back, but walked away from SEE EDWARDS, PAGE B3

BY JUSTIN DRIGGERS Daishaun Randolph remembers a time he could barely jump, let alone compete at a high level for the Sumter High School boys track and field team. It was just last year, actually. Randolph picked up the sport his junior sea-

son at Sumter and in just his second season, improved enough to capture a Region VI-4A title and qualify for the 4A state track meet last Saturday at Lower Richland High School. And in two short seasons, Randolph went from novice to state champion.

BALTIMORE — A pair of not so over-thehill Hall of Famers pulled off a huge upset in the Preakness and ended any hopes of a Triple Crown attempt at the Belmont Stakes. Thanks to Oxbow’s wire-to-wire win Saturday over Kentucky Derby winner Orb, trainer D. Wayne Lukas and jockey Gary Stevens have themselves another classic to add to their stellar resumes. “I get paid to spoil dreams,’’ the 77-year-old Lukas said after his record 14th win in a Triple Crown race. “Unfortunately we go over here and you can’t mail ‘em in. It’s a different surface and a different time. You gotta line ‘em up and win ‘em.’’ Stevens ended his retirement in January, and won his third Preakness to go along with three victories in the Derby and three in the Belmont. “At 50 years old, after seven years retirement, it doesn’t get any better than this,’’ Stevens said. “This is super, super sweet and it happened for the right guy. All the stars were aligned. It’s even more special winning it for Wayne Lukas and his team.’’ Lukas put Stevens on his first Triple Crown race winner when the rider guided the filly Winning Colors to victory in the 1988 Derby. “He supported me,’’ Stevens said. “A lot of people were trying to get me off. He was the first guy to call me up and said ‘I’m SEE OXBOW, PAGE B4


Gators’ Jones rebounds from injury with state crown BY JUSTIN DRIGGERS Lakewood High School junior Otis Jones endured his most frustrating year of track and field in 2012 after battling an Achilles injury for most of the season. “Every meet, my times just got worse and worse,” Jones said. “I wanted to come back stronger this year after that happened. I came back hungrier.” Jones returned fully healthy and with a renewed purpose. Opposite of last season, his times began to get better with every meet. SEE JONES, PAGE B3


Lakewood High School’s Otis Jones holds the 3A state track gold medal he earned after winning the 800-meter run at Lower Richland High School in Hopkins on May 11.

Injury doesn’t dampen Parker’s Wofford career 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.


ven an injury his senior year can’t diminish the success Trey Parker had for the Wofford College cross country and track and field teams. The Wilson Hall graduate missed the past year because of a partially torn patella tendon in his knee. The injury occurred at the end of the 2012 outdoor track season. SEE BOXLEITNER, PAGE B4

Jockey Gary Stevens celebrates aboard Oxbow after winning the 138th Preakness Stakes on Saturday at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore. Orb, the Kentucky Derby winner, trails at left and finished fourth.


Former Wilson Hall standout Trey Parker, right, had a stellar career as a cross country and track and field athlete at Wofford despite being injured his senior year.




SUNDAY, MAY 19, 2013



Atlanta pinch hitter Evan Gattis (24) celebrates a 2-run home run in the eighth inning of Saturday’s 3-1 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers in Atlanta.

Gattis, Simmons power Braves’ win ATLANTA — Evan Gattis and Andrelton Simmons hit consecutive homers off Kenley Jansen in the eighth inning, and the Atlanta Braves rallied to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-1 on Saturday night. Kris Medlen, Cory Gearrin, and Craig Kimbrel combined on a two-hitter for Atlanta. Chris Capuano led 1-0 before he allowed a oneout single to B.J. Upton in the eighth. Dodgers manager Don Mattingly brought in Jansen (1-2), the hard-throwing righthander, to face Gattis, a rookie pinch-hitter. Gattis lined Jansen’s 2-2 pitch into the left-field seats for his eighth homer to give Atlanta a 2-1 lead. Simmons hit Jansen’s next pitch on a higher arc into the seats in left-center. Gearrin (1-0) pitched a scoreless eighth in relief of Medlen, who gave up two hits and one unearned run in seven innings. Kimbrel pitched a perfect ninth for his 13th save. Capuano gave up only five hits and one run in 7 1/3 innings. The Dodgers scored their only run in the fourth. Adrian Gonzalez walked and scored on Skip Schumaker’s double to the left-field corner and left fielder Justin Upton’s fielding error. Schumaker wasn’t given an RBI. The only other hit allowed by Medlen was a second-inning single by Tim Federowicz. Chris Johnson had three hits for the Braves.


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MIAMI — Brandon McCarthy pitched a 3-hitter for his first win since being struck in the head by a line drive last season, helping Arizona beat Miami 1-0. Gerardo Parra led off the game with a home run for Arizona, which has won four in a row. CUBS METS

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CHICAGO — Scott Feldman pitched shutout ball into the seventh inning and drove in two runs with a big 2-out double, helping the Chicago Cubs beat the New York Mets 8-2. Anthony Rizzo had two hits and his a homer for Chicago.Feldman (4-3) won his fourth straight decision, pitching 6 2/3 innings while allowing seven hits and striking out six. REDS PHILLIES

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PHILADELPHIA — Bronson Arroyo pitched 5-hit ball over 7 2/3 innings, Joey Votto was 4-for-4 with a homer, and Cincinnati beat Philadelphia 10-0. Arroyo (4-4) struck out six and allowed one runner to reach third in winning his third straight start against Philadelphia. AMERICAN LEAGUE YANKEES BLUE JAYS

NEW YORK — Robinson Cano hit a pair of 2-run homers to back a solid effort by David Phelps, and the New York

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Yankees beat Toronto for the ninth straight time at Yankee Stadium, 7-2. Phelps (2-2) struck out eight while allowing one run in a season-high seven innings. INDIANS MARINERS

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CLEVELAND — Mark Reynolds’ fielder’s choice with the bases loaded in the ninth inning lifting Cleveland to a 5-4 victory over Seattle. Seattle tied the score at 4-all with two-out, solo homers by Raul Ibanez and Justin Smoak off Indians closer Chris Perez in the top of the ninth. RAYS ORIOLES

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BALTIMORE — Matt Joyce hit a go-ahead 2-run double in a 6run ninth-inning rally, lifting Tampa Bay to a 10-6 victory over Baltimore, ending the Orioles’ franchise-record streak of 109 straight wins when leading after seven innings. Joyce also homered and finished 3-for-5 with five RBI. ANGELS WHITE SOX

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ANAHEIM, Calif. — Alberto Callaspo hit a 3-run homer in Los Angeles’ 5-run seventh inning, and the Angels beat the Chicago White Sox 12-9. Callaspo also had a pair of sacrifice flies to give him five RBI on the day. Mark Trumbo also went deep for Los Angeles, which finished with 17 hits. From wire reports



Bradley keeps Nelson lead after 3 rounds IRVING, Texas — Keegan Bradley still hasn’t gotten things right on the 18th hole at the Byron Nelson Championship, even when finally going left. The bogeys on the closing hole at TPC Four Seasons haven’t cost him the lead yet. Bradley overcame consecutive bogeys early and bogeyed No. 18 for the third round in a row Saturday to finish with a 2-under 68 that kept him in the lead. “(Today) is the day. Right down the middle,’’ Bradley said about that last hole. “I’m due!’’ Bradley’s 13-under 197 total gave him a one-stroke lead over Sang-Moon Bae, who had his third consecutive 66. Tom Gillis was two strokes back after a 67. On Sunday, Bradley will be trying to win at TPC Four Seasons for the second time in three years. He could also become the Nelson’s first wire-to-wire winner since Tom Watson led alone at the end of all four rounds in 1980. “Should be easier than having to come from behind,’’ he said. “I have felt comfortable out there, haven’t felt nervous. I feel like I put the time in, I feel like this is where I should be when I play well is near the lead or in the lead.’’ Scott Piercy’s 66 matched Bae and three others for the best round on a breezy Texas day. Piercy was fourth at 10 under, two strokes ahead of Gary Woodland (68), Harris English (68), John Huh (69) and 2011 Masters champ Charl Schwartzel (69).


Keegan Bradley follows his shot off the 15th tee during the third round of the Byron Nelson Championship on Saturday in Irving, Texas. LPGA CHOI TAKES LEAD AT MOBILE BAY CLASSIC

MOBILE, Ala. — Chella Choi shot her second straight 6-under 66 on Saturday to take a 1-stroke lead over Jessica Korda and Anna Nordqvist, the Swede who broke the course record with a 61 in the third round of the Mobile Bay LPGA Classic. From wire reports

TODAY 5 a.m. -- Professional Golf: European PGA Tour World Match Play Championship Semifnal and Final Matches from Kavarna, Bulgaria (GOLF). 10:30 a.m. -- International Soccer: English Premier League Match Newcastle Upon Tyne, England -- Arsenal vs. Newcastle (ESPN2). 11 a.m. -- International Soccer: English Premier League Match -- Tottenham vs. Sutherland (FOX SOCCER). 11 a.m. -- International Soccer: English Premier League Match -- West Brom vs. Manchester United (SPORTSOUTH). Noon -- College Lacrosse: NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal Match from Indianapolis -- Denver vs. North Carolina (ESPNU). Noon -- IRL Racing: IndyCar Series Indianapolis 500 Time Trials Bump Day from Indianapolis (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 1 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Los Angeles Dodgers at Atlanta (FOX SPORTSOUTH, TBS, WPUB-FM 102.7). 1 p.m. -- PGA Golf: Byron Nelson Championship Third Round from Irving, Texas (GOLF). 1:10 p.m. -- Major League Soccer: Los Angeles at New York (ESPN2). 2 p.m. -- Auto Racing: ARCA Series Menards 200 from Toledo, Ohio (SPEED). 2:10 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: New York Mets at Chicago Cubs (WGN). 2:30 p.m. -- College Lacrosse: NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal Match from Indianapolis -- Duke vs. Notre Dame (ESPNU). 3 p.m. -- NHL Hockey: Eastern Conference Playoffs Semifinal Series Game Two -- New York Rangers at Boston (WIS 10), 3 p.m. -- PGA Golf: Byron Nelson Championship Final Round from Irving, Texas (WBTW 13, WLTX 19). 3 p.m. -- Professional Golf: Tour BMW Charity Pro-Am Final Round from Greer, Greenville and Sunset (GOLF). 3:30 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: Western Conference Playoffs Final Series Game One -- Memphis at San Antonio (WOLO 25). 3:30 p.m. -- College Softball: NCAA Tournament Regional Game Six from College Station, Texas (ESPN2). 5 p.m. -- LPGA Golf: LPGA Classic Final Round from Mobile, Ala. (GOLF). 6 p.m. -- College Softball: NCAA Tournament Regional Game Seven from College Station, Texas (If Necessary) (ESPN2). 6 p.m. -- College Softball: NCAA Tournament Regional Game from Tempe, Ariz. (ESPNU). 7:30 p.m. -- NHL Hockey: Eastern Conference Playoffs Semifinal Series Game Three -- Pittsburgh at Ottawa (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 8 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Detroit at Texas (ESPN). 8:30 p.m. -- College Softball: NCAA Tournament Regional Game Seven from Tempe, Ariz. (If Necessary) (ESPNU). 11 p.m. -- International Soccer: Liga MX Semifinal Leg Two Match from Mexico City -- Cruz Azul vs. Santos (ESPN2). MONDAY 6 p.m. -- College Baseball: Florida State at North Carolina (ESPNU). 6:05 p.m. -- Talk Show: Sports Talk (WDXY-FM 105.9, WDXY-AM 1240). 7 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: New York Yankees at Baltimore (ESPN). 7 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Minnesota at Atlanta (SPORTSOUTH, WPUB-FM 102.7). 7:30 p.m. -- NHL Hockey: Western Conference Playoffs Semifinal Series Game Three -- Chicago at Detroit (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 8 p.m. -- International Gymnastics: Pro Gymnastics Challenge from Bethlehem, Pa. (ESPN2). 9 p.m. -- College Baseball: Southwestern Athletic Conference Tournament Championship Game from Baton Rouge, La. (ESPNU). 10:30 p.m. -- International Hockey: IIHF World Championship Gold-Medal Match from Stockholm (NBC SPORTS NETWORK).

MLB STANDINGS American League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB New York 27 16 .628 – Boston 25 17 .595 11/2 Baltimore 23 19 .548 31/2 Tampa Bay 22 20 .524 41/2 Toronto 17 26 .395 10 Central Division W L Pct GB Cleveland 24 17 .585 – Detroit 23 17 .575 1/2 Kansas City 20 18 .526 21/2 Minnesota 18 20 .474 41/2 Chicago 19 22 .463 5 West Division W L Pct GB Texas 27 15 .643 – Oakland 21 22 .488 61/2 Seattle 20 23 .465 71/2 Los Angeles 16 27 .372 111/2 Houston 11 31 .262 16 Friday’s Games Pittsburgh 5, Houston 4 Cleveland 6, Seattle 3, 10 innings Tampa Bay 12, Baltimore 10 N.Y. Yankees 5, Toronto 0 Detroit 2, Texas 1 Boston 3, Minnesota 2, 10 innings Chicago White Sox 3, L.A. Angels 0 Oakland 2, Kansas City 1 Saturday’s Games Cleveland 5, Seattle 4 N.Y. Yankees 7, Toronto 2 L.A. Angels 12, Chicago White Sox 9 Tampa Bay 10, Baltimore 6 Houston at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m. Boston at Minnesota, 7:10 p.m. Detroit at Texas, 8:05 p.m. Kansas City at Oakland, 9:05 p.m. Today’s Games Seattle (F.Hernandez 5-2) at Cleveland (Masterson 6-2), 1:05 p.m. Toronto (Dickey 3-5) at N.Y. Yankees (Sabathia 4-3), 1:05 p.m. Houston (Harrell 3-4) at Pittsburgh (Locke 3-1), 1:35 p.m. Tampa Bay (M.Moore 7-0) at Baltimore (Tillman 3-1), 1:35 p.m. Boston (Lackey 1-4) at Minnesota (P.Hernandez 2-0), 2:10 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Peavy 5-1) at L.A. Angels (Vargas 2-3), 3:35 p.m. Kansas City (Mendoza 1-2) at Oakland (Griffin 4-3), 4:05 p.m. Detroit (Fister 5-1) at Texas (D.Holland 3-2), 8:05 p.m. Monday’s Games Seattle at Cleveland, 12:05 p.m. Tampa Bay at Toronto, 1:07 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Baltimore, 7:05 p.m. Minnesota at Atlanta, 7:10 p.m. Oakland at Texas, 8:05 p.m. Boston at Chicago White Sox, 8:10 p.m. Kansas City at Houston, 8:10 p.m. National League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB Atlanta 23 18 .561 – Washington 23 19 .548 1/2 Philadelphia 20 23 .465 4 New York 16 24 .400 61/2 Miami 11 31 .262 121/2 Central Division W L Pct GB St. Louis 27 14 .659 – Cincinnati 26 17 .605 2 Pittsburgh 25 17 .595 21/2 Chicago 18 24 .429 91/2 Milwaukee 16 24 .400 101/2 West Division W L Pct GB Arizona 24 18 .571 – San Francisco 24 18 .571 – Colorado 22 20 .524 2 San Diego 18 23 .439 51/2 Los Angeles 17 23 .425 6 Friday’s Games N.Y. Mets 3, Chicago Cubs 2 Philadelphia 5, Cincinnati 3 Pittsburgh 5, Houston 4 Arizona 9, Miami 2 Atlanta 8, L.A. Dodgers 5 St. Louis 7, Milwaukee 6 Colorado 10, San Francisco 9 Washington 6, San Diego 5, 10 innings Saturday’s Games Chicago Cubs 8, N.Y. Mets 2 Cincinnati 10, Philadelphia 0

| Houston at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m. Arizona at Miami, 7:10 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at Atlanta, 7:10 p.m. Milwaukee at St. Louis, 7:15 p.m. San Francisco at Colorado, 8:10 p.m. Washington at San Diego, 8:40 p.m. Sunday’s Games Arizona (Miley 3-2) at Miami (Nolasco 2-5), 1:10 p.m. Cincinnati (H.Bailey 2-3) at Philadelphia (Pettibone 3-0), 1:35 p.m. Houston (Harrell 3-4) at Pittsburgh (Locke 3-1), 1:35 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Magill 0-0) at Atlanta (Minor 5-2), 1:35 p.m. Milwaukee (Lohse 1-4) at St. Louis (Gast 1-0), 2:15 p.m. N.Y. Mets (Gee 2-5) at Chicago Cubs (Wood 4-2), 2:20 p.m. San Francisco (Zito 3-2) at Colorado (Nicasio 3-1), 4:10 p.m. Washington (Haren 4-4) at San Diego (Cashner 2-2), 4:10 p.m. Monday’s Games Cincinnati at N.Y. Mets, 7:10 p.m. Minnesota at Atlanta, 7:10 p.m. Philadelphia at Miami, 7:10 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at Milwaukee, 8:10 p.m. Arizona at Colorado, 8:40 p.m. St. Louis at San Diego, 10:10 p.m. Washington at San Francisco, 10:15 p.m.

NBA PLAYOFFS By The Associated Press CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) (x-if necessary) EASTERN CONFERENCE Miami 4, Chicago 1 Monday, May 6: Chicago 93, Miami 86 Wednesday, May 8: Miami 115, Chicago 78 Friday, May 10: Miami 104, Chicago 94 Monday, May 13: Miami 88, Chicago 65 Wednesday, May 15: Miami 94, Chicago 91 Indiana 3, New York 2 Sunday, May 5: Indiana 102, New York 95 Tuesday, May 7: New York 105, Indiana 79 Saturday, May 11: Indiana 82, New York 71 Tuesday, May 14: Indiana 93, New York 82 Thursday, May 16: New York 85, Indiana 75 x-Saturday, May 18: New York at Indiana, 8 p.m. x-Monday, May 20: Indiana at New York, 8 p.m. WESTERN CONFERENCE San Antonio 4, Golden State 2 Monday, May 6: San Antonio 129, Golden State 127, 2OT Wednesday, May 8: Golden St. 100, San Antonio 91 Friday, May 10: San Antonio 102, Golden State 92 Sunday, May 12: Golden State 97, San Antonio 87, OT Tuesday, May 14: San Antonio 109, Golden State 91 Thursday, May 16: San Antonio 94, Golden State 82 Memphis 4, Oklahoma City 1 Sunday, May 5: Oklahoma City 93, Memphis 91 Tuesday, May 7: Memphis 99, Oklahoma City 93 Saturday, May 11: Memphis 87, Oklahoma City 81 Monday, May 13: Memphis 103, Oklahoma City 97, OT Wednesday, May 15: Memphis 88, Oklahoma City 84

NHL PLAYOFFS CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) EASTERN CONFERENCE Pittsburgh 2, Ottawa 0 Tuesday, May 14: Pittsburgh 4, Ottawa 1 Friday, May 17: Pittsburgh 4, Ottawa 3 Sunday, May 19: Pittsburgh at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 22: Pittsburgh at Ottawa. 7:30 p.m. x-Friday, May 24: Ottawa at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m. x-Sunday, May 26: Pittsburgh at Ottawa, TBD x-Tuesday, May 28: Ottawa at Pittsburgh, TBD Boston 1, N.Y. Rangers 0 Thursday, May 16: Boston 3, N.Y. Rangers 2, OT Sunday, May 19: N.Y. Rangers at Boston, 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 21: Boston at N.Y. Rangers, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 23: Boston at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m. x-Saturday, May 25: N.Y. Rangers at Boston TBD x-Monday, May 27: Boston at N.Y. Rangers, TBD x-Wednesday, May 29: N.Y. Rangers at Boston, TBD WESTERN CONFERENCE Chicago 1, Detroit 1 Wednesday, May 15: Chicago 4, Detroit 1 Saturday, May 18: Detroit 4, Chicago 1 Monday, May 20: Chicago at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 23: Chicago at Detroit, 8 p.m. x-Saturday, May 25: Detroit at Chicago, TBD x-Monday, May 27: Chicago at Detroit, TBD x-Wednesday, May 29: Detroit at Chicago, TBD Los Angeles 2, San Jose 0 Tuesday, May 14: Los Angeles 2, San Jose 0 Thursday, May 16: Los Angeles 4, San Jose 3 Saturday, May 18: Los Angeles at San Jose, 9 p.m. Tuesday, May 21: Los Angeles at San Jose, 10 p.m. x-Thursday, May 23: San Jose at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m. x-Sunday, May 26: Los Angeles at San Jose, TBD x-Tuesday, May 28: San Jose at Los Angeles, TBD

GOLF Byron Nelson Par Scores The Associated Press Saturday At TPC Four Seasons Resort Irving, Texas Purse: $6.7 million Yardage: 7,166; Par: 70 Third Round Keegan Bradley 60-69-68—197 -13 Sang-Moon Bae 66-66-66—198 -12 Tom Gillis 69-63-67—199 -11 Scott Piercy 66-68-66—200 -10 Gary Woodland 69-65-68—202 -8 Harris English 64-70-68—202 -8 John Huh 69-64-69—202 -8 Charl Schwartzel 63-70-69—202 -8 Nathan Green 67-68-68—203 -7 D.A. Points 69-68-67—204 -6 Marcel Siem 68-68-68—204 -6 Martin Kaymer 68-67-69—204 -6 Graham DeLaet 67-67-70—204 -6 Angel Cabrera 65-69-70—204 -6 Ted Potter, Jr. 64-70-70—204 -6 Jerry Kelly 69-70-66—205 -5 Cameron Percy 68-68-69—205 -5 Marc Leishman 66-70-69—205 -5 Mobile Bay Classic Par Scores The Associated Press Saturday At Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, Magnolia Grove, The Crossings Mobile, Ala. Purse: $1.2 million Yardage: 6,521; Par: 72 Third Round Chella Choi 67-66-66—199 -17 Anna Nordqvist 73-66-61—200 -16 Jessica Korda 66-65-69—200 -16 Karrie Webb 69-63-69—201 -15 Jennifer Johnson 67-70-65—202 -14 Stacy Lewis 70-70-63—203 -13 Sydnee Michaels 72-62-69—203 -13 Eun-Hee Ji 65-72-67—204 -12 Nicole Castrale 67-69-68—204 -12 Ariya Jutanugarn 69-66-69—204 -12 Lexi Thompson 65-70-69—204 -12 Mariajo Uribe 70-67-68—205 -11 Pornanong Phatlum 69-65-71—205 -11


SUNDAY, MAY 19, 2013



JONES from Page B1


Elena Sava returns a serve to Mercedes Hammond during Saturday’s Palmetto Pro Open qualifying match at Palmetto Tennis Center. Hammond defeated Sava 6-2, 6-3.

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will play today after finding out who their opponents will be based on Saturday’s results. Sherry Li, the top qualifying seed, will face Samantha Asch, who beat Miriam Ruth Lane 6-2, 6-3. No. 2 seed Ashley Murdock will take on Japan’s Yukako Noi, who defeated Raveena Kingsley 6-4, 6-3, third-seeded Denise Muresan faces Powers, fourth-seeded

Rider defeated Terri Fleming 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, Samantha Powers defeated Usue Maitane Arconada 3-6, 6-3, 6-4, Daniella Roldan defeated Katherine White of England 4-6, 7-5, 7-6(3) and Canada’s Khristina Blajekvitch defeated Sianna Simmons 5-7, 6-4, 6-4. The top five qualifying seeds

RANDOLPH from Page B1 The Sumter High senior captured the high jump title with a jump of 6 feet, 8 inches – the only participant to reach that height successfully. “I was completely surprised,” Randolph said. “I could hardly jump (last year) and look at me now. I wanted to win for my city and my coach and I was able to bring it home.” In fact, Randolph said the win might have meant more to SHS boys head coach Gerald Tomlin than himself. “I know we only took one (participant) last year, and this year we took a lot and came back with two state titles,” Randolph said. “So I know that meant a lot to him.” The win meant a lot, but what it means for Randolph meant more, Tomlin said.

Amanda Rogers will take on Elizabeth Vlachakis, who also had a first-round bye and fifthseed Jainy Scheepens of the Netherlands will face Josie Kuhlman, a 6-1, 6-1 winner over Rachael Reed . Matches are scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. today. Each of the 12 courts have two matches scheduled for today while three of them will have three matches.

“Daishaun’s worked to get this opportunity,” Tomlin said. “There were some tough times along the way, but he’s turning things around and hopefully this will lead to another opportunity to continue his track career and education at the next level somewhere.” Randolph’s win was all the more impressive considering he cleared four inches higher than any other competitor. After most of the group had cleared 6-04, Randolph was the only one to make 6-06, giving him the title then and there. Randolph then set his sights on tying the school record of 6-10. His right calf hit the bar, however. “My personal best is 6-09, but I couldn’t quite make it,” he said. Now Randolph has his sights sets on an even higher mark at the next level. “I think the (college) record is 7-foot-4,” he said. “I’d like to go on and try for that next.”

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The result was Jones’ best season to date, earning him a Region VI-3A championship and a spot in the 3A state meet at Lower Richland High School last Saturday. He left Hopkins with a 3A title in tow. Jones, who has been in the Lakewood program since seventh grade, was able to qualify for state for the first time this year in the 800meter run. “I was very excited, but I knew I had to win,” Jones said. “I had a lot of people tell me that I had to bring the title back. I wanted to do that. I wanted to put Lakewood on the map.” He didn’t let his opportunity go to waste, either. Jones shaved nearly three seconds off of his qualifying run to win the event with a time of 1 minute, 58.34 seconds. “It was like a dream,” Jones said. “It’s something I dreamed about all season. Coaches told me all season it might seem impossible, but once you do it, you’ll see (all the work) that (led up to it).” Jones had a unique strategy that paid off for him. After the 3A qualifying meet, he knew Daniel High School’s Andre Ivankovic was one of, if not the top times to beat. “I basically just kind of stayed in his pocket; stayed right near him for most of the race,” Jones said. “Then at the 200-meter mark, I just got a burst of speed and jumped out ahead and won.” Ivankovic finished second with a time of 2:01.08. “It’s something you practice and pace yourself for all year,” Jones said of his last-second burst. “It takes practice. A lot of practice.” Aside from training harder, Jones credited the Gators coaching staff for his improvement as well. “They coached me harder and pushed me harder this year,” Jones said. “I think that made a difference.”

EDWARDS from Page B1 Lower Richland High School last Friday with the shot put title in hand. Edwards crushed the competition, finishing with a throw of 54 feet, 10.25 inches -- more than three feet farther than anyone else. “I didn’t even know I could do it, so that was a big surprise,” Edwards said. “I have to give a lot of credit to my coach for the work he put in with me.” That coach is former SHS track standout (and South Carolina football standout) Cleveland Pinckney. “He’s a really good motivator in practice,” Edwards said. “He gets your adrenaline pumping at just the right moment when you’re about to throw.” Edwards’ adrenaline was in full

force on his first attempt at the 4A state meet. From the power position, Edwards’ throw sailed 52 feet. “You could see everyone’s jaw drop,” he said. “They were kind of talking like it was over after that. So that just gave me a lot of confidence for my next throw.” The next one sailed over 54 feet, officially putting an end to anyone else’s chances of walking away with the title. “I won’t take anything away from Coach Pinckney, because I know he worked very hard with Devontaye,” SHS boys head coach Gerald Tomlin said. “Coach Pinckney wanted Devontaye to go after his record (62’ 9”). Devontaye didn’t get it this year, but he’s got one more year left.” And Edwards has that goal next in mind. “I told coach (Pinckney) I was going for his record,” Edwards said. “He told me I still had a long way to go, but I could get there.”




SUNDAY, MAY 19, 2013

USC, Clemson fall in regular season finales FROM STAFF REPORTS


Jockey Rosie Napravnik, left, rode Mylute to a third-place finish in the 138th Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore on Saturday.

Napravnik settles for 3rd BY DAVID GINSBURG The Associated Press


BALTIMORE — Rosie Napravnik had to settle for a third-place finish in her first Preakness ride. Napravnik won her first career race at Pimlico Race Course and was hoping to become the first female in history to win the middle jewel of the Triple Crown. A poor start aboard Mylute spoiled the plan. “He was very sluggish out of the gate for the first quarter of a mile,’’ Napravnik said after Saturday’s race. “Then he got going. I was too far back to see who the leaders were. This was a tough pace to follow. But he ran great down the lane and closed well.’’ Trainer Tom Amoss had no complaints. “We were probably at the biggest disadvantage of all, coming from way back and being the widest in the race,’’ Amoss said. “We’ve got nothing to be ashamed of.’’

Kevin Krigger was attempting to become the first African-American jockey to win the Preakness since 1898. He finished fifth aboard Goldencents after riding second behind winner Oxbow at the three-quarters pole. “I thought Kevin had him a great spot and when the winner kicked there, we just couldn’t keep up with him,’’ trainer Doug O’Neill said. “I’m very proud of Kevin and the horse.’’ Krigger, however, was disappointed. “He didn’t run his race today,’’ the jockey said. “We were expecting him to run very well here, but it just doesn’t happen sometimes.’’ MIXED BAG FOR BAFFERT

Long before racing began on Saturday, Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert revealed the main reason why he’s won the Preakness five times. “I’ve brought some really good horses,’’ he said. “If you bring the best horse,

OXBOW from Page B1 going to have a colt for you. His name is Oxbow.’’ Orb was unable to find his rhythm after breaking slowly from the rail, and never challenged in finishing fourth. “After we passed the half mile, he had a hard time keeping up and I kind of worried a little bit,’’ Orb’s jockey Joel Rosario said. “He just kind of steadied after that. He usually takes you there. He always runs hard, but today he never took off.’’ Orb’s loss extends the Triple Crown drought to 36 years since Affirmed became the 11th horse to sweep the races in

1978. There had been great anticipation the sport would get another Triple try just a year after I’ll Have Another won the first two races but was scratched the day before the Belmont with a tendon injury. But nothing could get past Oxbow. Lukas won his sixth Preakness to move one behind Robert Wyndham Walden for most wins in the second leg of the Triple Crown. The victory was a long time coming for the dean of trainers. The last time he won a Triple Crown race was the 2000 Belmont with Commendable. And before that, he was a regu-

you usually win.’’ He was hoping for the best with Govenor Charlie, but acknowledged, “He’s never run against this caliber of horses before, so it’s going to be a big step up for him.’’ And so it was. Govenor Charlie finished eighth, ahead of only Titletown Five. It wasn’t an entirely lost weekend. Baffert’s horse won the Black-Eyed Susan on Friday and he saddled the winner of the Chick Lang Stakes (Zee Bros) on Saturday. WIN SOME, LOSE SOME

When’s the last time this happened? D. Wayne Lukas had the winning horse in the Preakness and the lastplace finisher. The Hall of Fame trainer proudly walked into the winner’s circle after Oxbow won the race, but he also saddled Titletown Five, who justified his stature as the long shot in the field. Lukas also had Will Take Charge, who took seventh.

lar in the winner’s circle after classic races. At one point, he ran off six in a row — from the 1994 Preakness through the 1996 Derby. He also was the first to send out five horses in one Derby, and won it with Grindstone in 1996. The first trainer to gear his operation to Triple Crown races, Lukas took a run at the coveted prize in 1999 with Charismatic. The unsung 3-year-old won the Derby and Preakness, but broke his leg in the stretch of the Belmont while finishing third. Oxbow, sent off at odds of 15-1, took charge from the start out of the No. 6 post and beat Itsmyluckyday by 1 3/4 lengths. Mylute, with Rosie Napravnik

BOXLEITNER from Page B1 “It was the result of over-training. We pounded on the track a good bit,” Parker said, noting that he practiced four days a week on the track. He started rehabilitation last summer, but he said images taken of the knee in August revealed only a 15 percent to 20 percent improvement. “At that point it was too late to do anything,” said Parker, the lone male pictured on the cover of this year’s cross country and track and field media guide. “I stopped rehabbing in the fall,” he said. “I made the deci-


sion over the summer after seeing the results on the scans. It was about time to gracefully bow out. I couldn’t have been competitive.” Parker’s performances his freshman season didn’t suggest any serious adjustment to college running, for he was named the Southern Conference Freshman of the Year for cross country. Yet the sport took its toll. “I was on such a low-mileage program in high school,” he said. “I went from 30 miles a week to 70 or 75. I started getting injured more than I ever did.”

STARKVILLE, Miss. — Despite a pair of homers from senior first baseman LB Dantzler, 12th-ranked South Carolina allowed a pair of unearned runs in the bottom of the 2nd and 16th-ranked Mississippi State tacked on two more runs in the sixth and three in the eighth on the way to a 7-2 victory in the rubber game of a 3-game SEC set on Saturday. Mississippi State is now 40-16 and 16-14 in the SEC with South Carolina finishing the regular season 39-16 and 17-12 in league play. South Carolina will head to Hoover, Ala., for the 2013 SEC Tournament. The Gamecocks have earned the No. 4 seed and a first round bye. South Carolina will play in the final game of the day on May 22 against either the No. 5 seed Mississippi State or No. 12 seed Missouri. It is double elimination from Wednesday-Friday with Saturday and Sunday single elimination. Mississippi State reliever Ross Mitchell earned the win in relief and is now 10-0 on the year. He allowed one run on two hits in 4 2/3 innings with a walk and a strikeout. South Carolina starter Jack Wynkoop suffered the loss and is now 7-3 on the year. He allowed four runs, two earned, on seven hits with two walks and three strikeouts in 5 1/3 innings. Mississippi State had 11 hits to just seven for the Gamecocks. Demarcus Henderson went 3-for-3 with two runs and two RBI. Bradford, Pirtle and Frazier had two hits apiece as well. Dantzler was 2-for-4 with two runs and two RBI and Max Schrock went 2-for-3 to lead the Gamecocks at the plate. (8) FLORIDA STATE (14) CLEMSON

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bidding to become the first female to win the Preakness, was third, followed by Orb, Goldencents, Departing, Will Take Charge, Govenor Charlie and Titletown Five. Orb’s trainer, Shug McGaughey, so confident in the two weeks leading up to the race, was gracious despite his disappointment. “It was a great opportunity,’’ the Hall of Famer said. “We were 3-5 and we finished fourth. We’ll pack it up and go home. Hats off to Wayne.’’ He also recalled a brief conversation with Lukas a few days before the race. “Just two days ago, he said to me `We got another one on the agen-

He leaves the school with records in the 8,000- and 10,000meter runs in cross country; 1,500 and 3,000 runs and 3,000 steeplechase in outdoor track; and 5,000 run in indoor track. “I love the steeplechase,” Parker said. “It’s just the thrill of it, the uncertainty of trying to jostle with the other runners. It’s much more interesting. Having obstacles to clear made it enjoyable. It was an awful race, but I enjoyed it.” Parker didn’t have surgery on the knee. He said walking isn’t too painful, but going up and down stairs and hills does hurt. Send updates to Barbara Boxleitner at

Brandon Leibrandt and Billy Strode combined to scatter 13 hits and allow only one run to lead Florida State to a 6-1 victory over Clemson at Dick Howser Stadium on Saturday. The Seminoles won the series 2-1 and improved to 44-11 overall and 20-10 in the ACC. The Tigers finished the regular season with a 39-17 overall record and an 18-12 ACC mark. Clemson finished in third place in the Atlantic Division and fifth place in the overall ACC standings with an 18-12 league mark. Clemson will be the No. 5 seed in the ACC Tournament at Durham (N.C.) Bulls Athletic Park. The Tigers will play one game each against fourth-seeded N.C. State, top-seeded North Carolina and eight-seeded Miami in that order in the ACC Tournament, which starts on Wednesday. The winner of Clemson’s bracket will advance to the ACC Tournament Championship game on May 25. The Tigers scored a run in the first inning and put 16 batters on base in all. However, Clemson could not come up with a clutch hit after the first inning and left 13 runners on base, including 10 in scoring position. Leibrandt (9-4) earned the win despite yielding nine hits, one run, and two walks with three strikeouts in five innings pitched. Strode recorded his first career save by tossing four scoreless innings, allowing four hits, no runs and no walks with two strikeouts. Tiger starter Zack Erwin (5-1) suffered the loss, as he gave up six hits, three runs, and one walk with one strikeout in two innings pitched. Jon McGibbon had a game-high three hits to lead the Tigers. Steven Duggar, Garrett Boulware and Thomas Brittle added two hits apiece.

da,’’’ McGaughey said. “And darn if two days later he didn’t get it ... When Wayne wasn’t going good, he was still the first guy out on his pony. The guy’s a credit to racing. He’s always upbeat and optimistic.’’ Orb came into the Preakness with a fiverace winning streak and many expected him to win easily. But it wasn’t to be on an overcast windy day at Pimlico Race Course, where 117,203 fans turned out. Oxbow went to the lead ahead of Golden-

cents and opened some daylight into the first turn. Orb, who broke slowly as expected from the No. 1 gate, wound up in a cluster of horses around the turn and into the backstretch. While Oxbow was cruising along in front, Rosario tried to find room outside but found his path blocked. Orb dropped back to the inside, and perhaps frustrated without any space to run free like he did in the Derby, fell back to seventh and was never a threat in the stretch.

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Carpenter earns Indianapolis 500 pole BY MICHAEL MAROT The Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS — Ed Carpenter turned Pole Day into a family celebration. The stepson of IndyCar founder Tony George became the first member of the Hulman family to win the biggest

pre-race event in the series — the Indianapolis 500 pole. Carpenter produced a stunning finish to a day that was rife with suspense but lacked surprise. His four-lap average of 228.762 mph was quick enough to break up what appeared to be a Team PenskeAndretti Autosport lock on the

front three rows in the nine-car shootout for the pole. Somehow, Carpenter, who owns his team, beat out the bigname guys. CARPENTER “To be a single-car team in this Chevy

shootout, I am going to call it fighting with the Penske and Andretti guys,’’ said Carpenter, whose pit crew carried him off pit road on their shoulders after an agonizing wait to see if his time would hold up. The soft-spoken Carpenter grew up around the world-famous 2.5-mile Brickyard,

dreaming of the moment he could stand in Victory Lane. Perhaps that will happen May 26. For now, Carpenter will savor the highest-profile achievement of his career and during a month in which he has strengthened his area ties.



McMurray, Stenhouse, Patrick in All-Star Race CONCORD, N.C. — Jamie McMurray won the Sprint Showdown to transfer into the $1 million All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. finished second Saturday night in the 40-lap race to earn the second transfer spot, and Danica Patrick moved into the 22-car field by winning the fan vote. McMurray dominated both 20-lap segments to earn a spot in the Sprint All-Star race for the first time since 2011. It’s only his seventh time making the All-Star race and he appreciated being part of Saturday night’s main event. Stenhouse made it into his first All-Star race in his first season racing the Sprint Cup Series. He and Patrick, his girlfriend, are racing each other for Rookie of the Year honors this season and made a video earlier this month about the difficulty in deciding who to vote for in online fan polling. USC HOUSTON


Dale Earnhardt Jr. has a special connection with Charlotte Motor Speedway, the sight of Saturday’s All-Star Race and Coca-Cola 600 next weekend.

Charlotte track special to Junior BY JENNA FRYER The Associated Press CONCORD, N.C. — At the height of his father’s success at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Dale Earnhardt Jr. would sit in the Turn 1 condos overlooking the track. The Earnhardts are from Kannapolis, just one town away, and watching Dale Earnhardt at the speedway was a source of pride. Next week marks the 20th anniversary of the late Earnhardt sweeping both the All-Star Race and the Coca-Cola 600, an event his son compared to the years his father dominated NASCAR.

“In `86 and `87, they were really about as great as you could be, and it was just a lot of fun to watch,’’ Earnhardt said. “I know the 600 was a big race and it’s still a big race, but we didn’t have Indy and places like that to share the spotlight. This was a big event, and it was similar to Daytona, and everybody was at the 600 and everybody was here. “We would sit up in those condos and watch everything. All the practices and every lap, that every car ran all weekend long, and it was just a lot of fun, and certainly a different time and different sport than it is today. But it was a good experience for me in

just being young and having the run of the place really.’’ It’s helped create a connection for Earnhardt with the speedway, where he won the All-Star race as a rookie in 2000. He’s never won the 600 or the fall race at Charlotte in 26 tries. It made it difficult for NASCAR’s most popular driver last October when a concussion forced him to miss the race. It marked the first time an Earnhardt didn’t race at Charlotte since 1978, and the first time an Earnhardt missed a Cup race since the 1979 Southern 500. Regan Smith replaced Earnhardt in the No. 88 Chevrolet, and he wres-

tled with whether to attend the race or watch it on TV at home. He ultimately decided his presence would have been a distraction and unfair to Smith, who was thrust into the substitute role on little notice. “I wanted Regan and the guys to concentrate and do the best job they could,’’ Earnhardt said. “Emotionally, it was just really hard to watch the car practice. Watching the race was — I knew I wasn’t going to race — but the hard part is to see the car practice because I enjoy the process that we go through in practice when it’s me and the guys and we are trying to figure out how to go faster.’’

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AUSTIN, Texas — A 5-run fifth inning along with a complete-game gem from redshirt senior Audrey Broyles led South Carolina to a 5-1 victory over Houston on Saturday at McCombs Field to move to the championship round of the Austin Regional in the NCAA tournament. USC, which improved to 34-24 on the season, will face regional top seed Texas today at 2 p.m. The Gamecocks, who lost to Texas 11-2 earlier in the day on Saturday, will need to beat the Longhorns twice to win the regional and advance to the super regional. KYLE BUSCH WINS TRUCK RACE

CONCORD, N.C. — Kyle Busch snapped a seven-race drought on the NASCAR Truck Series by winning Friday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Busch dominated the early, but had to overcome a penalty that sent him to the back of the pack midway through the race. However, he battled back from 19th place in the No. 51 Toyota for his first Truck victory since Sept. 24, 2011, at Loudon, N.H. FEDERER, NADAL TO RENEW RIVALRY IN ROME FINAL

ROME — Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will renew their rivalry in the Italian Open final today — exactly a week before the French Open starts. In Saturday’s semifinals at the Foro Italico, Federer held off a stiff challenge from Frenchman Benoit Paire 7-6 (5), 6-4. Six-time Rome champion Nadal defeated sixth-seeded Tomas Berdych 6-2, 6-4, a day after Berdych rallied to beat top-ranked Novak Djokovic. From staff, wire reports

Memphis tries to extend best playoff run BY TERESA M. WALKER The Associated Press


Indiana center Roy Hibbert (55) is fouled by New York center Tyson Chandler, right, during the Pacers’ 106- 99 victory on Saturday in Indianapolis.

Pacers close out Knicks INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Lance Stephenson scored nine of his playoff career-high 23 points during a late 11-2 run Saturday night, leading the Indiana Pacers past the New York Knicks, 106-99 and into the East-

ern Conference finals for the first time since 2004. The New York native also had 10 rebounds and the Pacers were spurred by the return of point guard George Hill two days after he was diagnosed with a concussion.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — On the best playoff run in their short history, the Memphis Grizzlies refuse to be satisfied with just reaching their first Western Conference final. The San Antonio Spurs? Well, they know time is running out for a team that has done so very much in the NBA playoffs yet last celebrated a championship in 2007. Blowing a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference finals a year ago to Oklahoma City has driven the Spurs since training camp, and now they are back with Game 1 on Sunday against Memphis determined not to waste another chance. “We understand as a team that those opportunities are very rare, and we have another great one right now,’’ Spurs guard Tony Parker said Saturday. “We have home-court advantage against a very good team, so we have to take full advantage of it.’’ The Grizzlies are the former expansion franchise that started off in Vancouver before moving to Memphis, and they started by setting the NBA record for post-


Memphis center Marc Gasol (33) and the rest of the Grizzlies look to continue their best playoff run when they face San Antonio in the Western Conference finals.

season futility while losing their first 12 playoff games. Coach Lionel Hollins, who won an NBA title in 1977 as a player with Portland, has his Grizzlies believing they can win one, too. The No. 5 seed in the West ousted first the Clippers, then the Thunder by winning eight of its last nine games, including three straight on the road. “We’re just worried about going forward,’’ Grizzlies guard Mike Conley said. “We’re happy to be here, but we’re still fo-

cused on bigger things, and we got another tough opponent.’’ That would be the Spurs with Tim Duncan, Parker and Manu Ginobili who swept the Grizzlies out of their first postseason in 2004. When Memphis finally won a postseason series, they beat the Spurs in six games in 2011, kicking off that series by winning the first game in San Antonio. Ginobili said the Spurs were not at their best that series and struggled to stop the Grizzlies’ big men in Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph.



SUNDAY, MAY 19, 2013

High water means good fishing in years to come During the last week or so of duck season, we got a little rain, and when I went into the swamp back in late January and February to try the crappie, I was surprised to see the levels were up just a tad. In fact, on one of my last crappie trips in February, I spent the better part of three hours driving the boat into places that I had not been in years. It was really nice. Since that Earle time, the waWOODWARD ters have stayed at average or a little higher and at present, the waters are as high as they have been all year. According to several websites, the Congaree River is exhibiting some minor flooding, and the Wateree River, the same. When they combine to form the Santee, it floods, as well. afield & afloat


s I think back on it, most of us have been praying for some high water for some time. For as far back in recent history as I dare to claim, it has seemed that the lakes, the rivers and the swamps have been suffering from a lowwater condition. Sure, every now and again, we’d get a quick flash of water that ran the levels up for a bit, but they dropped almost as quick as they rose. The last handful of duck seasons have been a bust due to the lack of water in the swamp, and fishing has suffered because the fish have been forced to concentrate in smaller areas, where they are subject to being prey for larger fish and, well, me. We’ve really needed to have an influx of high water that hangs around for awhile to help stabilize the fish populations and sort of flush out the swamp. Maybe this is it.

I was fishing with Coffee Pot at Pack’s Landing last week and was advised by Andy Pack to avoid the river if possible due to the logs and trash that were floating downstream. Now, I may be able to avoid the trash during daylight hours, but we were going to fish for stripers and catfish on into the evening, and running a river full of logs in the dark is not my idea of a safe or fun way to spend the night. So, with so much water, where is a guy supposed to fish? Well, I thought about the Lower Santee River downstream of the Wilson Dam, but when I checked the water levels there, it was flooding as well. It was supposed to peak shortly and begin a slow fall. Don’t get me wrong, I like a little higher water on the Lower Santee when I’m bream fishing. The bream will congregate on top of the sandbars and will eagerly take a beetle spin or small

jig, but water as high as it is now just doesn’t work. Maybe by the time the bream bed on the full moon at the end of May, the river will have fallen to a level conducive to catching them on the bars. My fishing club in the Wateree Swamp is out; high water is the kiss of death there, but how about the lake itself? I admit that I have not fished on the lower portion of the lake in some time, mostly due to the extremely high fishing pressure in that area, so maybe it’s time to revisit that location. Yes, the water will be high, but that’s not as critical there as it is in other areas. In fact, it may really make some of the grass beds more accessible to bass. With the water high, that will also make pier fishing more attractive as more of the pilings will be in the water and you’ll be able to explore varying water depths. I may be able to find an-

FISHING REPORT Santee Cooper System Shellcracker: Fair. Some results off brush piles, but the bite is expected to improve with the full moon. Lake Murray Striper: Good. Fish are all over the lake. Early in the day go shallow and move into 30-40 feet during midday. Freelines and cut bait off points and humps are producing. Shellcracker: Good. Fish are shallow and still spawning. Use worms around grass. Catfish: Good. Anchor around the islands and cast out with nightcrawlers or cut herring. Lake Greenwood Largemouth Bass: Slow. Some results had by dragging a worm around sea walls, but there’s not much going. Lake Monticello

| Catfish: Fair to good. Captain Chris Simpson reports that he has started catching fish in the shallower range of 5-40 feet right now instead of in their winter-time haunts of 60+ feet. The backs of coves and humps and points in that depth range have been most productive, and drifting or anchoring have both been working. There are plenty of fish out deep but at times it seems as if the shallow fish are more aggressive. Big cut gizzard shad and white perch are working for big fish, and if you want to put any size fish in the boat small cut herring is tough to beat. Lake Wateree Crappie: Very good. Will Hinson of the Southern Crappie Tournament Trail reports that now is the time to get out on Lake Wateree for crappie. Large numbers of fish are on the banks spawning in 6 inches of water out to 8 feet. All of the

major creeks have fish, and they can be caught around shallow cover, docks, and bridges. Longline trolling, tight-lining, casting minnows and jigs under a cork, and jigging are all productive right now. This peak period of the crappie season should last a couple more weeks before the fishing falls off into a post-spawn funk. Largemouth Bass: Good. Guide Dearal Rodgers reports that bass are in full spawn at Lake Wateree. They are spawning so hard that it can be difficult to get a bite on any technique besides bed fishing. Jigs and worms will both work for fish on the beds. Lake Jocassee Trout: Good to very good. The patterns are still similar to weeks past, but fish are continuing to move into the main lake. There are also some reports of fish being caught on the main intakes.

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other pond to fish. Regardless, even if I will be hardpressed to find a place to fish for awhile, I am tickled to death to see the water level so high and for so long. The way I look at it, the bass and stripers have already spawned, and instead of being eaten by predators right out of the gate, they have a chance to spread out and they have more places to hide. The bream will bed shortly, and they too will be able to spread out, enjoy the safety of shallow waters back in the flats, and take advantage of the nutrients being released by stuff that has been dry for a long time. The high water also allows fish to move around in the swamps and river and sort of restock places that may have been overfished during low waters. Maybe this year’s fishing will be hampered by high waters, but that just means that in the coming years it should be top notch!

Best bet is with silver and gold spoons. Largemouth Bass: Fair. Fish are still spawning and scattered around the lake. Some herring are working around 20-50 feet, but not much surface action. Bluegill: Good. Best results are shallow around wood. Lake Keowee Largemouth and Spotted Bass: Good. Guide Brad Fowler reports that as of a couple of days ago large numbers of fish still had not come shallow on Lake Keowee, and outside of the warm mid-lake area fish were generally still prespawn. The best action for these pre-spawn fish has been found around secondary points and just outside of pockets fishing with soft plastics. Very soon bass should move en masse to the banks and the spawn should be fully underway across the lake.

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Nell Mitchell also Valentine, May queen BY IVY MOORE


ell Mitchell Craig was never Queen Iris, but that’s likely because she wore so many other crowns — as Miss Sumter she was not eligible to enter the pageant for that title nor that of Neptune’s Daughter. At 9 a.m. Saturday, she might feel like Queen Iris, when, as an honored special guest of Sumter’s Jamil (Shriner) Streakers, she’ll ride in the 8th Annual Shrine Day Parade to start Iris Festival events for the day. Now living in Waxhaw, N.C., with her husband Wilson Craig, who is also an Edmunds (Sumter) High School graduate, Mrs. Craig, now 81, was Edmunds’ Valentine Queen in 1949, May Queen in 1950 and Miss Sumter in 1951, the same year she was also named Sumter’s Maid of Cotton. She recalls that there was no talent segment in the Miss Sumter pageant when she competed. “They just judged us on beauty and poise, I guess,” she said, laughing. “We had evening gown and swimsuit competitions.” According to The Sumter Daily Item the day after the contest, “The judges based their decision on poise, personality, figure and beauty.” The paper wrote, “Brunette, beautiyear old Nell Mitchell was ful, 19-year-old wned ‘Miss Sumter Sum of 1951’ and crowned umter’ss Maid of Cotton’ Co ‘Sumter’s at the annual hel aat the Shrine Club beautyy contest held ast night ight ... . Upwa Upward ersons, last Upwards of 150 persons, ding the event even and a Cotton n Ball attending hich followed, saw s Councilman Councilm ouncilm man Algie which Hollland place the diadem adem dem on Miss M Holland Mitc itch hea ... Mitchell’s head. “M Miss Sumter-Cotton Sumter-C n gush hed excit“Miss gushed n cest thing th ng that ever edly, ‘This is the nicest h ened to me. I was lucky lucky to win happened uch keen ccompetition.’” on.’” with such


ABOVE: As Miss Sumter, Nell Mitchell Craig had her own float in the 1951 Iris Festival Parade. On Saturday, she’ll be the grand marshal for the 8th Annual Shrine Day Parade, associated with the Sumter Iris Festival.

LEFT: Craig, far left, watches as Charles Rowland II is crowned King Iris in 1951. As the reigning Miss Sumter, she was ineligible to compete for the title Queen Iris. Queen Iris was Joyce Berry of Conway.

For May Queen and Valentine Queen, Craig said, “We were voted on by the student body.” The competition for King and Queen Iris has been decided by scholarship for the past few years, with contestants recommended by their schools. Jo Anne Morris, who directs the contest, said, “They’re picked for their grades, their school activities and how well-rounded they a are.” King and Queen Iris each re receive a $500 scholarship fro from the Iris Festival Commis-

8TH ANNUAL SHRINE DAY PARADE for Iris Festival Begins 9 a.m. Saturday Route: From Sumter Fairgrounds west on Liberty, right on Alice Drive, turn right on Miller Road, end at USC Sumter. Call Arthur Bradley through Friday at (803) 775-1277 to enter a unit. See the 2013 Iris Festival guide in today’s paper.

sion, and ride in the Iris parade; the school winners receive $100 each.

As Miss Sumter, Craig served as hostess for the Queen Iris pageant contestants. “I met a lot of nice girls,” she said, “and made some good friends. It was a lot of fun. I enjoyed it. “I was also good friends with Gwyn Shelor (Duffee),” the 1949 Miss Sumter who went on to win several other pageants, she said. “We used to double date.” Duffee died in 2006. Queen Iris was crowned at SEE MISS SUMTER, PAGE C6

USC wallops Davidson, Sumter loses; city considers cable TV

yesteryear in Sumter

75 YEARS AGO – 1938 son, Grygo and Earl Clary. Oct. 12-18 The other Gamecocks from The University of South Sumter High were not so forCarolina Gamecocks had little tunate that evening, being trouble shutting down the Da- shut out for the third consecuvidson College Wildcats at the tive week, 44-0 by the Columfairgrounds stadium bia High Capitals at before a crowd of Mellon Field in Cofrom the more than 4,000 speclumbia. In the two archives of tators. The contest The Item previous weeks Sumwas held during the ter was whitewashed county fair. Final by Camden and score: 25-0. Highlight Greenville. Highlight of the game for Carofor the local Gamelina was a 90-yard cocks was a 70-yard touchdown run by run by Bobby BauDeWitt Arrowsmith man. The team was Item Editor following a pass inter- HUBERT OSTEEN unable to take adception. The scrappy vantage of the run Wildcats knocked on and could not get the the Gamecocks’ door several ball into the end zone. Sumter times but were unable to put was without the services of the ball in the end zone, styguard T.A. Edens and Robert mied by a tough defense led Epps, star halfback, both out by Larry Craig, “Pop” Howell with injuries. and Al Grygo. Also scoring for Fair photos feature livethe Gamecocks were J. Henstock winners – The Item’s

photographer was busy during the county fair snapping shots of prize-winning livestock and exhibits. A.L. Ardis was shown displaying an exhibit of farm products that won a first prize along with Hillcrest School’s first prize winner for a community exhibit of farm products. R.C. Bradham posed with his sweepstakes Guernsey cow. Other winners: Grand Champion Poland China boar owned by Dr. Sidney Burgess; Hereford bull prize winners owned by Alonzo Forester and Mr. and Mrs. Hal W. Harby; grand champion Duroc Jersey boar, owned by Henry Fox Tindal of Pinewood; J.M. Kolb, prizewinning mules; Jules Brogdon Jr., prize-winning mules; and 4-H club winners Preston Lyles Jr., Children’s Home, Eugene Jackson, Bethel, Mitchell Edens Jr., Dalzell, all with

prize-winning Hereford calves. Grand jury given records – The Charleston County grand jury was given records in the Democratic gubernatorial primary won by Mayor Burnet R. Maybank. Wyndham Manning of Sumter, who was defeated by Maybank, is protesting the results, claiming there were substantial voting irregularities throughout the county. The records were delivered to the grand jury by Sheriff Joseph M. Poulnet, upon order of Judge Strom Thurmond. The records were being examined by the jurors in the presence of representatives of the Charleston County Democratic Party executive committee. Law Range deeding proposed – Sumter City Council received a recommendation from the committee on beautification of the courthouse

grounds suggesting that Law Range be deeded to the city and taken over by the city for police purposes. Representing the committee was J.B. Duffie who also proposed widening Canal Street at the expense of the county to provide better parking facilities. According to the story, “Council expressed its interest in the matter and requested Mr. Duffie to confer further when his committee has a definite proposition to offer.” From the “In and Around The Town” column – “The development of First Mill pond and the surroundings as an aquatic garden and park to supplement the Swan Lake Gardens of Mr. H.C. Bland is proceeding along well-considered plans under the supervision of Mr. Bland. At present SEE YESTERYEAR, PAGE C6







Strait-Johnson FLORENCE — Jordan Sterling Strait of Florence and Gregory Allen Johnson of Sumter were united in marriage at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 23, 2013, at Central United Methodist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David George Strait of Florence, and the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Sterling Jordan of Florence and the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fox Strait of Georgetown. She is a 2009 graduate of University of MRS. GREGORY JOHNSON South Carolina with a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education and a 2010 graduate of USC with a master’s degree in language and literacy. She is employed by Florence School District 1. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Allen Johnson of Sumter, and the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Marlon Padgett of Camden, the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barto Johnson of Sumter, and the late John Alec Smith of Sumter. He is a 2008 graduate of Coastal Carolina University with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. He is employed by Sumter School District.

Music was provided by Ms. Katherine Johnson Davis, sister of the bridegroom, soloist; and Ms. Beverly Hazelwood, organist. Mrs. Bogan DeVaughn Temple was the scripture reader. The bride was escorted by her father. Mrs. Laura Ashley McAlhaney, cousin of the bride, served as matron of honor. Andrea Claire Bondio, Amanda Hope Stein and Mrs. Georgiana Key Wester served as bridesmaids. Flower girls were Rachel Grace Davis, niece of the bridegroom, and Graceanna Lucas Smith. The bridegroom’s father served as best man. Groomsmen were Matthew Alan Love, David Jacob Strait and Grey Keisler Strait, brothers of the bride, and Christopher Matthew Wegmann. The bride’s parents held the reception at Osborne’s in Florence. The bridegroom’s parents held the rehearsal party at The Cottage at Frances Marion University in Florence. Following a wedding trip to Anna Maria Island, the couple resides in Florence.

Widow is stung by beau’s exclusion from weddings


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EAR ABBY — I DEAR WIDOW — It took care of my is considered a breach husband for 10 of etiquette to ask to years before his death bring a guest to an exfrom early-onset Alpensive event like a zheimer’s. I am in a rela- wedding if only you tionship now, and I’m have been invited. If finding that a widow’s that option were open, status is far different your invitation would than that of a wife. have been addressed to Not long ago, I was “Mary Smith, and invited to a friend’s guest.” daughter’s wedding. It’s likely that money When I asked if I constraints diccould bring “Sam,” tated the guest I was told, “No, we list be limited at don’t know him both of these and there are a lot weddings. If this of other people we happens again, would like to init is up to you to vite.” I got the decide whether Abigail same response witnessing the VAN BUREN from my first event is more cousin when I important than asked if I could your discomfort. bring Sam to her son’s Some people would skip wedding: “No, we don’t the reception because have room for him and sitting around listening we don’t know him.” to music and watching Abby, Sam and I are a couples having a great couple; he is not a casual time on the dance floor boyfriend. Surely, if we is too depressing. were married he would be invited. Please tell me DEAR ABBY — I what is proper when indoubt this will be anviting a widow to a wed- swered, but I am desding or other event. I perate. I have been datfind the responses I reing this awesome guy ceived from my friend for three months. He is and relative to be insenreally sweet and I feel sitive and hurtful. like it’s going someWIDOW STANDS where. ALONE The problem is, I lied

to him. He’s well-educated and he continuously encourages me to further my education. He thinks I’m a college grad, when in reality, I am three credits short of a diploma. I plan to finish this summer. Should I come clean, or should I let him think what he thinks? GOING SOMEPLACE AND FEELING GUILTY DEAR FEELING GUILTY — I think you’d feel better if you cleared the air, and if you do, I’m sure he will respect you for having the character to do so. Explain that in your eagerness to impress him you didn’t mention that you’re three credits short of graduating, but you’ll have them by autumn. If it’s a deal-breaker, I’d be surprised, but it would mean he wasn’t the man for you. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at www. or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

EARLY DEADLINE FOR JUNE 2 Engagement and weddings to be published in the June 2 edition of The Item must be submitted by noon on Thursday, May 23. Engagement and wedding announcements of local interest are published on Sundays. The normal 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 Please type or print all information, paying particular attention to names. Do not print in all capital letters. 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 All photographs must be received by above deadlines. 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.

SUNDAY, MAY 19, 2013


Little-Floyd Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Floyd of Sumter announce the engagement of their son, Will Floyd of Sumter, to Meredith Little of Camden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Little of Camden. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. Sylvia C. Little and the late Tommy Little of Camden, and Jimmy Cook and the late Martha Cook of Camden, and the late Peggy Bowie of Abbeville. She graduated in May 2011 from University of South Carolina Upstate with a bachelor of science degree in elementary education. She is employed by Lexington / Richland School District as a third-grade teacher. The bridegroom-elect is the MISS LITTLE, FLOYD grandson of Mrs. Jennifer Kolb and the late John Kolb of Sumter, and Mrs. Carolyn Boersema and the late LeGrande Floyd of Manning. He graduated from University of South Carolina with a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice. He is employed as a loss prevention manager at Kmart in Sumter. The wedding is planned for Aug. 3, 2013, at Sans Souci Farm in Sumter.

Get creative with place cards HILLARY SPEED Associated Press For their May wedding reception in Bourne, Mass., Jason and Amelie Neese turned to their shared love of literature as inspiration for table names and homemade escort cards. Guests sat at tables named after the couple’s favorite books, such as “The Great Gatsby,” ‘’A Movable Feast” and “Sophie’s World.” And the escort cards, which tell guests which table they’ve been assigned to, were made of old-school library cards and pockets that the Neeses ordered on and decorated with vintage paper. “We met at a poetry reading in 2007 and fell in love with each other’s work, which led to us falling in love with each other, so we wanted to represent that part of ourselves and our relationship in the little details of our wedding day,” Amelie Neese said. Many couples are in-

corporating homemade themes to help guests navigate seating assignments at wedding receptions. Everything from wine corks and fruit to seed envelopes and clothespins can be repurposed as place cards at individual table settings, or escort cards at the front of a reception area. “Couples are getting increasingly creative,” said Christina Friedrichsen, founder and editor of “For a barn wedding, for instance, they might tie a place card to a pear or apple. For a literary-themed wedding, they might use Scrabble tiles as place cards. For a destination wedding, luggage tags might be used.” Friedrichsen details a number of playful doit-yourself ideas on her website, including one using vintage fashion illustrations and another using found sea glass. “Place cards can be the perfect way to infuse a little whimsy or add the element of surprise,” she said.

One couple featured on her blog fastidiously spelled out each guest’s name using Legos. Friedrichsen favors place cards that are multi-functional. “For instance, you can pin vintage brooches to card stock, add the guest’s name and voila, you have a favor and place card in one. Stamp or stencil the guest’s name onto a linen napkin, and again you have something that is multi-functional,” she said. Kelsie Evans and Douglas Woodhouse, who got married in Antrim, N.H., made seed packets that doubled as escort cards for their 110 guests. Woodhouse handmade the packets and decorated them with 16th-century botanical illustrations. They were marked with the guests’ names and assigned tables, filled with assorted wildflower seeds and hung with clothespins in an empty picture frame, which was displayed in a tree. “We wanted to plan a very intimate, detailed wedding,” Evans said.


SUNDAY, MAY 19, 2013



Woman’s Afternoon Music Club awards 3 scholarships FROM STAFF REPORTS The Woman’s Afternoon Music Club has awarded three music scholarships to local students. Thirteen applicants competed last month for the 2013 Clifton Moise Music Scholarship, the H. Shelden Timmerman Piano Scholarship and the Elizabeth Caton Book Vocal Scholarship. Adjudicator was the director of the school of music at an upstate college. The club assumed directorship of the Timmerman and Book scholarships just this year. They were formerly managed by the Sumter Piano Teachers and the Sumter Fine Arts Council, respectively. The late Shelden Timmerman, a graduate of Furman University, was a longtime Sumter piano teacher. He was known for his successful piano students, for his leadership in local and state piano teachers’ organizations and as organizer of the local National Piano Guild auditions. His standards of excellence are reflected in his desire to leave this scholarship to help genera-

tions of students in the future. A well known vocalist herself, the late Elizabeth Caton Book was also an accomplished voice teacher. She was also known for having served as soloist for the flight school graduation of Charles, Prince of Wales. Her students won awards statewide and were accepted with scholarships to many college schools of music and to professional positions nationally. Book supported local school and church choir programs, as well. Ken Ballard, a junior at Wilson Hall, auditioned on piano and won both the Moise ($500) and Timmerman ($200) scholarships. A student of Annette Matthews, he performed “Prelude� from Suite bergamasque (Bergamasque) by Claude Debussy and Sonata in D minor (L. 58) by Scarlatti. Winner of the Elizabeth Caton Book Scholarship ($100 award) and the 2013 2nd Place Clifton Moise Scholarship ($100) was vocalist Arden Stallings. She is a Sumter High School junior


Winners of scholarships sponsored by the Woman’s Afternoon Music Club were Ken Ballard and Arden Stallings, center left and right. Standing beside them are, at left, Annette Matthews, Ballard’s piano teacher, and at right, Caroline Mack, Stallings’ voice teacher.

and a student of Caroline Mack, Chris Green and Kay Rasmussen. Stallings performed the art song “Danza, danza, fanciulla gentile� by Francesco Durante and the musical theater selection “Till There Was You� from “The Music Man� by Meredith Willson.

Ballard and Stallings performed for The Woman’s Afternoon Music Club at member Anne Bell’s home on May 10. The Woman’s Afternoon Music Club is a 501(c)3 organization, so donations to any of these scholarships are tax deductible. They may be sent to

38 Paisley Park, Sumter 29150. Other members of the Scholarship Committee this year include President Patti Croft (, Teresa Hancock (, Mary Ford (, Harding Lee Anna (

Sumter gallery exhibitions ‘wonderful, explorative’ BY JANE G. COLLINS Special to The Item “Selvage,� by Jim Arendt and “Sewing with Steel� by Elizabeth Brim are just another reminder of the wonderful current and explorative exhibits offered by the Sumter County Gallery of Art. Both exhibits, currently at the gallery, stress creativity, strong technical skill and the importance of the artist’s vision. Arendt’s pieces celebrate his concern for the working man, using denim as a symbol of the “shifting paradigm of labor and place� and how “individual lives are affected by changing economic structures.� As he searched for his artistic voice, Arendt realized that oils did not lend themselves to his interest in the common, hardworking laborer. Denim reminds people of reality and the everyday foundation of the working man. Each piece is finished on the back with denim to complete the statement. It becomes the metaphor for labor. Arendt remembers his father, a lineman and a farmer, mending his clothes on the sewing machine. At first Arendt limited his subject matter to his “blood family� but gradually expanded his concept to include others with whom he felt a bond. In many ways he has used his art to help him understand their


The reviewer said of Jim Arendt’s “Ian,� “The facial features are just as striking as if they had been painted in oil, not layered denim.� Arendt’s work and that of blacksmith Elizabeth Brim can be seen at the Sumter County Gallery of Art through July 15.

nature. The two boat silhouettes are metaphors for his family — listing, but still afloat. They speak for everyday workers who continue to survive even with all the difficulties within their world. His “Mom� is somewhat unflattering; even she is not happy with her more natural appearance — robe, early morning hair. Yet the artist manages to capture a certain strength of attitude. His technique of using layers of various denim tones carefully captures structure, shading and expression. In “Ericas� he achieves motion in the legs and faces. In “Jamie,� the

Lake City Artfields grand prize winner for 2013, Arendt explores the mental stress facing his sister. The large piece contrasts the reclining figure of lighter denim against the darker blue couch and furniture. He uses hems, zippers and seams to outline the table and ottoman and the suggestion of design and depth. Arendt is a big fan of using glue since it allows flexibility. Even the blue jean rivets on �Meaghann� and the intricate shirt on “Ian� are glued. The boy in “Ian� is delicately portrayed, his expression serious, exposing his fixation with the moment, his pose striking a dancer’s attitude. The facial features are just as striking as if they had been painted in oil, not layered denim. Arendt’s work goes beyond the mere creation of the figure and explores personality and philosophical observations about life. “Mike,� the artist’s brother, has a gaping hole in his torso the shape of a small child. The baby next to him is not the same shape but about the right size. It is of MacKenzie, Mike’s granddaughter. The two works explore Mike’s “loss� of his daughter as she has

grown into an adult but his filling the void to love and guide children. Thirteen-year-old “Ellie� receives angel wings because, according to Arendt, “Don’t all 13-year-olds need an angel to help them?� “Jim,� a self portrait, aptly combines the artist’s use of materials as commentary. His person and personality begin to split apart. The outer faces are more obscure and undefined. The second shapes have eyes and a deeper sense of identity. Suddenly, the glittering jewel form emerges like a butterfly and chrysalis, just like the artist’s own search for his artistic voice and personal life. There are no clear features visible; they are yet to be formed as Arendt develops as a person and artist. Elizabeth Brim’s work is equally fascinating, establishing a remarkable level of technical competency and aesthetic commentary. In her artistic statement she succinctly explains her desire to “break the preconceived idea that blacksmithing is an occupation for a brawny man.� Hats, shoes, flowers, pillows, and drapery are recurring forms that speak to femininity, but like the snake, another recurring

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figure, and her use of forged fabricated steel, she has an underlying message of the strength and fortitude of women hidden behind those stereotyped forms. She attributes the strong domestic reference to the influence of her mother and grandmother, Southern women who sewed frilly dresses. Instead of needle and thread, Brim uses “hammer, anvil, torch and welders to make sculptures that reference cloth ... and celebrates Southern women.� Pieces like her black shoes “For the life she should have had� appear delicate, but even the curly trim is steel — tough and strong underneath the feminine outer surface. Her flowers and plants, like “Talons� and “Fronds� and the delicately curved “Lafayette,� contrast the fragile form with the hardness of steel, often placing the floral shapes on tough wood-like forms to underscore the inner strength. “Catch!� places the flowers on a strong diagonal, attached to the deceptively soft-appearing purse-like form. She continues the contrast of soft and hard in “Tuffet,� its arced sides creating a plush surface

surrounded at the bottom by steel fringe. “The Wedding Pillow� underscores the soft looking exterior against the reality of the basic material, just as Southern women continue to resonate femininity while managing hard work. “Miss Wilmot’s Ghost� eerily explores the contrast of soft draping and form with the snake slithering at the bottom. Brim’s “Hearts a Bustin’�seems a fitting example of her work. The swelling, pulsing heart, tinged with red hue, is fabricated and inflated steel. She places it on a square, sturdy frame. It, like the artist and women, reflects that inner desire, drive and fortitude, that strength of character and resolve often hidden behind a feminine exterior and trappings. Both exhibits reward the viewer with interesting perspectives, offering a look at new approaches to creating and defining art. They will remain at the Sumter County Gallery of Art, 200 Hasel St. in the Sumter County Cultural Center from May 16-July 5. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday from 1:30 to 5 p.m. For more information call (803) 775-0543.

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Sumter Memorial Stadium holds 50 years of memories According to records, most early football games were played at the local schools or at municipal ball parks. The two football fields where the majority of games were played in the Sumter community were the Fairgrounds and Memorial Stadium. A brief history of the two athletic fields reveals the roles they played in the growth of Sumter football.

ABOVE: This 1970 photograph shows Sumter Memorial Stadium before teams and fans arrived for a game. LEFT: This drawing of the proposed Memorial Stadium was used in a brochure distributed to the public. ITEM FILE PHOTOS

ed on creosote poles. The scoreboard donated by Edmunds alumnus Willis Beall from Charlotte “was being assembled in a school warehouse. Beall, who designed the Clemson College football scoreboard, will visit Sumter in mid-August to supervise completion and erection. Mahon believes the stadium will last ‘indefinitely’, as there are few parts that will need replacement except the wood and any metal that may rust.”




n April 1923 story in The Sumter Daily Item noted the purchase of the property that became the Sumter fairgrounds: “The payment of $ 14,212.50 for thirtyseven and nine-tenths acres of land on West Liberty Street just west of the city limits and to the east of First Mill on Saturday closed the option which had been held on this land and secured for the Sumter County Fair Association Sammy a suitable WAY site for the building of their bigger and better fair.” Following the purchase of the property the Fair Association began laying out the fairgrounds, removing old fair buildings and building “such new structures as are necessary.” A football field was eventually constructed and was noted as a site where many college games were held. The Fairgrounds Stadium (sometimes called the American Legion Stadium) hosted games for the University of South Carolina, Wofford, Presbyterian, the Shaw football team, The Citadel and others. The local high schools began using the Fairground Stadium circa 1947, moving their competitions from the school campus to this expansive playing area. In 1950 it was decided to construct steel stands on the east side of the stadium. This was probably due to the protests of the visitors, as their seating area was too far from the competition. The Sumter Daily Item reported that “A cyclone fence topped with

barbed wire was built around the playing field. This will make it impossible for a spectator to get into the playing territory, unless he does some fancy climbing.” Plans were to construct the west side bleachers within the next two years. LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS SEEK NEW STADIUMS

In September 1960, Lincoln High School kicked off a stadium drive to raise $12,000. “The school faculty and students hoped to raise this amount over a three-year period. Advance plans called for a 3,000-seat structure to be erected on the site now used as the football practice field. It is located adjacent to the school.” There was considerable speculation as to the exact location of the new stadium to be located in School District 17. This facility was to be used primarily by Edmunds High School. In 1960 it was commonly believed that a stadium would be built “just off

Alice Drive.” The other sites considered were located on Green Swamp Road (now McCrays Mill Road) and “a natural well-drained hollow located within sight of the Sunset Country Club golf course on the Pinewood Road.” In September 1962 stadium fund campaign co-chairman Werber Bryan presented Robert Jones’ proposed drawing of the new Sumter Memorial Stadium. The campaign had raised $11,500 of the needed $70,000 required to construct the stadium and displayed the drawing at different locations in order to generate public interest. The Sumter Daily Item reported on Sept. 18, 1962, that preliminary construction had already begun on the football stadium. County Engineer John Mahon was in charge of the preliminary excavation. Plans were to have the facility ready by 1963 and no later than the fall of 1964 barring any setbacks. The large pit being dug had ceramic drain

Robert Bradley scores the first touchdown for Sumter High School at its new Memorial Stadium in 1963.

pipes placed in the bottom that were designed to drain off surplus moisture from the subsoil. It was reported in The Sumter Daily Item that “the workmen had completed a full 13-foot cut into the earth’s surface, leaving a sheer cliff on the home stand side of the field. This will be graded down to a slope for seats to be installed. There were to be 21 rows of seats on the home side and 17 rows on the visitor’s side. “In addition to the 13foot bank on the home side, more earth will be piled on top of the bank to increase the height. The field will run approximately southeastnortheast with the prevailing wind sweeping across the playing field sideways from the southeast.” At first, arrangements were made to seat 5,500 with the future limit of some 10,000 if this should be required. A track for running will encircle the football field. Construction on Memorial Stadium was

nearing completion as Edmunds High School finished preparation for its opening game with Camden on Sept. 14, 1963. “In addition to the playing field there are four buildings on site including the team room-restroom structure on the west end of the field, the home side ticket office, the home concession stand, press box and the visitors’ concession stand are complete on the outside and lack only a few interior touches. Another ticket office will be built behind the visitors’ stands.” A special grass “Tifton 57” was planted on the playing field and the two parking lots designed to handle 3,000 cars were complete. Mahon indicated that traffic entrances to the stadium were the only phase of building that had run behind schedule. The new facility had an irrigation system designed to provide ample water during the dry months, and ample lighting was installed mount-

The Sumter Daily Item reported on Sept. 15, 1963, that “a steady downpour of rain didn’t thwart dedication ceremonies Saturday night at Sumter’s Memorial Stadium, nor did it cool off the Edmunds High Gamecocks who ground out a 9-0 win over Camden in their first game of the season.” Sumter halfback Robert Bradley scored the first varsity touchdown registered on the new field. Gov. Donald Russell attended the opening ceremonies and noted that the stadium was “a credit to the community, to the school and to the state. It shows that the people of Sumter are interested in improving the conditions of life for their young people. It is a demonstration of the sprit, concern and cooperation of the people of this city.” This fall will mark the 50th anniversary of the opening of Sumter Memorial Stadium. Mahon’s prediction that the facility will “stand the test of time” was accurate. The stadium has undergone a number of upgrades and expansions and continues to be one of the state’s most utilized and respected athletic facilities. Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at or (803) 774-1294.

Sumter High School cheerleaders celebrate Spirit Day on the football field at the Sumter County Fairgrounds.


SUNDAY, MAY 19, 2013

Sumter School District FURMAN BAND EXCELS

Numerous students from the Furman Middle School Band participated in the South Carolina Band Directors’ Association Solo and Ensemble Festival on April 27 at Florence High School. Many of the participants earned Superior ratings and Excellent ratings at the competition. Those who earned Superior ratings, the highest rating one may earn, were Lauren Beam, Ross Connor, Jezmyne Frederick, Jazzmen Green, Jillian Harrison, Helen Lee, Daneisha Levine, Mercedes McClain, Faith Pringle, Tamera Ramos, Danni Richardson, Shjava Roese, Lyness Smiling, Jalya Waleed and Kyerra Williams. Students who earned Excellent ratings, the second highest rating available, were Cody Bodiford, Morgan Brunson, Jasper Draper, Larissa Greene, Taden Gulden, Noah Hodge, Omar Holland, Gabby Hopkins, Juwan Perdue, Keaton Richardson, Shjava Roese, Kali Roland, William Sanok, Tierra Smith, Noah Waters, Zeke Whiteside and Jacquani Williams. The Furman Middle School band is directed by C. Janelle L. Saulsgiver. TALENTED RECRUIT AND HIRE LAUNCHED

The office of personnel services at Sumter School District has launched a new application system called TalentEd Recruit and Hire. The new system enables applicants for employment to complete all required application materials electronically. The district no longer accepts paper applications or résumés. Applicants simply upload their materials into the application system. References are also handled electronically through the system. Applicants provide the names, email addresses, and other contact information of individuals they have asked to provide references, and the system contacts the person and collects the references. Persons interested in employment with Sumter School District may apply for vacancies by visiting the district website at https://sumterschools. net and following the links under the employment tab or by going directly to the system at https://sumterschools. cloud.talentedk12. com/hire/index. aspx. Current employees may apply for vacancies by clicking on “internal” at the top right of the page. Applicants may apply for current vacancies only, so interested persons should check back frequently. For more information, call the personnel office at (803) 469-6900, extension 209. FFA CHAPTERS EXCEL

The Lakewood High School FFA (formerly known as Future Farmers of America) chapter received a Gold rating from the national chapter. Information submitted on the application highlighted the outstanding work that the chapter has done throughout the year. Lakewood is one of only nine schools in the state to receive a Gold rating. The application will now be sent to the National FFA association to be judged further. The chapter will receive an award at the national convention in Louisville, Ky., in October. The Crestwood High School and Sumter County Career Center chapters also competed and received a Bronze rating. Jillian Lash is the adviser at Lakewood, Jason Gore is the adviser at Crestwood High School, and John Weathers is the adviser at the Career Center. BLOOD DRIVE SCHEDULED

Alice Drive Middle School is sponsoring an American Red Cross blood drive in memory of Carson Watson from noon to 5 p.m., May 26, in the multi-purpose room at the school, 40 Miller Road. Carson was a student at Alice Drive Middle and suffered from DiamonBlackfan anemia. This rare disease is characterized by a shortage of red blood cells due to decreased production by the bone marrow. He was diagnosed with the disease at three months old and during the last six years of his life, he received blood transfusions every three weeks. In 2010, at the age of 14, Carson died from complications following a bone marrow transplant. To schedule an appointment, call Alice Drive science teacher and District Teacher of the Year Trevor Ivey at (803) 316-7849 or visit the Red Cross website at and enter sponsor code CARSON.


Many of the district schools have spring concerts annually in May. This week, Kingsbury Elementary School will combine a PTA meeting with their spring concert at 6 p.m. Monday. On Tuesday, the Crestwood High School Singing Knights chorus will have a concert at 7 p.m. in the Crestwood Fine Arts Center. Also at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, the Furman Middle School band concert will be held at the Lakewood High School Fine Arts Center. On Thursday night, the Ebenezer Middle School band and chorus concert will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the school. At 7 p.m., also on Thursday, the Furman Middle School chorus will perform at the Lakewood Fine Arts Center. All performances are free and open to the public. — Mary B. Sheridan


Teachers and staff at Summerton Early Childhood Center were honored for their hard work during Teacher Appreciation Week, May 6-10. Each day notes of gratitude for their diligence were shared during morning announcements. Principal Tamika Riley, the office staff and parents provided “pick me up” snacks daily to re-energize teachers throughout the day. A dessert of cake and ice cream was also provided. Students and teachers at SECC wore their brightest smiles to complement their best attire and posed for class spring pictures on May 3. SCOTT’S BRANCH MIDDLE/HIGH

Ms. Beatrice Rivers, community member and Junior Achievement volunteer, presented Success Skills lessons to Ms. Tyronia Bonaparte’s thirdperiod class. The students were taught the 16 skills needed to be successful. Included in the lessons were building rapport, non-verbal communication, resolving conflicts, how to market yourself and the importance of a good résumé. The students were given the opportunity to role play certain scenarios. They were attentive and appreciative of the information that Rivers shared with them. — Beverly Spry

Westside Christian Academy WARRIORS NAMED

The Westside Christian Academy Warriors of the Week were recognized during May 9 chapel service highlighting the character quality of “gratefulness.” The elementary warrior was Lane Ireland, middle school warrior was Brittany Walker, and “wee” warrior was Caleb Healon. The Academy extends congratulations to all nominated students (see the full list at Westside Christian Academy also recognized the staff member of the week. This week we had a tie. Kindergarten teacher Mrs. Nancy Cook and Ken Hasbrouch were our winners. The staff member of the week is voted on by students and parents throughout the week. The votes are then counted and the winner or winners is recognized in chapel service with their students accompanying them on stage. OTHER EVENTS

This week is May madness at WCA. Each grade will play games and have some fun on their selected days. This Friday is the annual talent show. Tickets are $10. Please come out and show your support for our students. The kindergarten graduation will be Friday in the sanctuary, and the eighth-grade graduation will be held the last chapel of the year on Wednesday. The last day of school is Friday, which is a half day. Registration for next year is ongoing. Space is limited. Families who wish to schedule a tour may call WCA at (803) 775-4406. — Crystal Hicks


Thomas Sumter Academy held its Spring Sports Recognition Ceremony on May 5. Student-athletes along with their parents attended the program sponsored by the TSA Booster Club. TSA players from all varsity and junior varsity teams were recognized by their coaches for outstanding contributions this winter and spring. In boys’ basketball, senior Shane Bishop was honored as the varsity team’s Best Defensive Award. Senior Joe Cahill was presented with the Chair-


man of the Board award. The Best Offensive award was given to Junior Jordan Smith. Sophomore Tanner Brunson was presented with the Coaches Award. Junior varsity coaches named Drew Stengel as the recipient of the MVP award, and Shaq Robinson was the recipient of the Most Improved award. The girls’ varsity basketball coaches presented three awards. Emily Burress and Tallon Graham were co-recipients of the Coaches Award; and fellow teammate Taylor Knudson was recognized as the Best Offensive player. Junior varsity’s Mary Kathryn Ross received the Most Outstanding Player trophy with Danielle Young being recognized as the Best Defensive player. Receiving the Most Improved trophy was Kylie Kistler. In the track and field arena, Julie Coffey and Jacob Crotts were recognized as the Most Dedicated members of the team. Senior Joe Cahill received the Most Valuable for Field Events. Top Point Scorer went to Ty Cressionne. In golf, the Most Improved Award went to Walter Brooks. Drake McCormick took home the Player of the Year Award. Rookie of the Year went to Tyler Gray. Softball’s Emily DeMonte was given the MVP Award. Jordan Morris was presented the Coach’s Award. The Golden Glove Award went to Emily Nevels, and Logan Morris received the Best Offensive Award. Junior varsity softball awards were Lindley Hodge receiving the Defensive Award; Carmen Silvester receiving the Offensive Award; and Lauren Jones receiving the Most Improved Award. TSA cheerleaders were also recognized at the banquet with Katelyn Delbocca receiving the Most Spirited Award, and Most Dedicated being presented to Mary Margaret Green and Mari Douglas Nevels. The coaches of varsity baseball recognized Matt Holloman with the Silver Slugger Award; Shane Bishop was given the Golden Arm Award; Andrew Wrenn received the Most Improved Award; and Brantly Gray with the Golden Glove Award. Soccer’s Most Valuable Player was John Luke Schumacher. Chelsea Pastore received the Coach’s Award, and Amanda Brown received the Most Improved Award. Junior varsity soccer coaches presented David Crotts with the Most Valuable Offensive Player award with John Bracewell receiving the Most Valuable Defensive Player award. The Coach’s Award went to Allie Lindler. The sporting clays team applauded Joseph Prewitt when he took home the Top Shot award. Ainsley Hutto was recognized as the Overall Most Improved rider on the equestrian team. Robin Majority was given the Sportsmanship Award, and Emma Gaulke took home the Team Leader Award. Ending their first season, the bowling team had Courtney Simpson receiving Best All Around award; Carson Turner received the Most Improved award; and Senior Thomas Dougherty was given the Coaches Award. — Jennifer Cain


Senior Justin DuRant has been named a Lieber Scholar by the University of South Carolina. Valued at $40,000, the scholarship is awarded to incoming freshmen who are National Merit Scholars. Combined with a College of Engineering and Computing Scholarship, a Dean’s Scholar Award, and a School of Music Scholarship, DuRant received $103,072 in merit-based scholarships from the University of South Carolina. UMBAUGH RECEIVES TEXAS SCHOLARSHIP

Senior Sam Umbaugh received a full academic scholarship from the University of Texas at Dallas. Valued at $150,000, the scholarship covers the cost of tuition, books, fees, room and board, and it provides a stipend for a summer internship, study abroad and a computer. The scholarship is awarded to the top incoming freshmen who have a minimum SAT score of 1400 and a minimum GPA of 3.5 in a challenging, college preparatory curriculum. REUWER WINS ESSAY CONTEST

Sixth-grader Luke Reuwer won first place in his division in the Patriot’s Pen Essay Writing Contest sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Ladies Auxiliary. As the winner for Post 3034, his essay advanced to the District II competition in which he placed second. The essay, which had the theme of “What Patriotism Means to Me,” was judged on knowledge of theme, theme


development and clarity of ideas. Also placing in the contest were sixth-graders Bridget Anderson, second; Chase Ward, third; and Maggie Ballard, fourth. COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS

As of May 8, 94 percent of the 67 members of the senior class received merit-based scholarship offers totaling over $5.3 million to a four-year college or university. The following is a partial list of scholarship recipients compiled from information submitted to the college counselor, Diane Richardson. Ashley Adams was awarded a scholarship from Kansas State University, LeAnne Amick received a scholarship from Converse College, Zak Brady was offered a scholarship from North Carolina State University, and Justin DuRant received a Merit Scholarship from Vanderbilt University. Wofford College offered a Merit Scholarship to Maggie Lowery, Tyler Pannell and Anne-Davis Shaw. Furman University awarded a Bell Tower Scholarship to Andrew Clinkscales, Mary Francis Newman, Tyler Pannell and Katrina Salzer, and a Furman Scholars Award to Sam Umbaugh. Clemson University awarded a Presidential Scholarship to David Bradham and Zak Brady, an academic scholarship to Kevin Kim and AnneDavis Shaw, a Palmetto Pact Scholarship to Paige Leighton, and a College of Engineering and Science Scholarship to Tyler Pannell. — Sean Hoskins


St. Anne Catholic School students, faculty and parents gathered together for a Morning Assembly and Awards Ceremony on Friday. The following Terrific Kids were recognized for exemplary behavior during the month of April: Kara Nolan, Mitchel Reese, Karyna Gonzalez, Gabe Coursey, Chloe Tayag, Grayson Barnum, Ashley Petitt, Faith Livingston, Arianna Tross, Laura Kirby, Daisy Creech, Jenna Power, Christian Hines, Justina Hines, Brianna Stewart, Megan Power, Ethan Nolan, Casey Doyle and Lindsay Walter. The third-grade class enjoyed a field trip to the Red Barn Pony Park on May 10 to culminate their reading of “Misty of Chincoteague.” The students had fun riding ponies, playing with farm animals, picnicking and taking a hayride. Dr. Bob Nerbun, science professor at USC Sumter, visited the middle school classes on May 8 and 9. He helped the fifth- and sixth-graders learn about vision through hands-on exploration of different lenses and the dissection of a cow eye. The seventh- and eighth-graders explored the physics of motion by racing battery operated cars, collecting data and creating graphs. — Jody Murphy COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY

The following area students graduated from Coastal Carolina University in Conway during the May 11 commencement exercise: Olanta — Jamil Brown, cum laude, bachelor of arts in communication. Sumter — Mutia Graham, bachelor of arts in dramatic arts. Manning — Lauren Peterson, bachelor of science in exercise and sport science. Rembert — Renaldo Thompson, cum laude, bachelor of science interdisciplinary studies in interdisciplinary studies.




At Wofford’s Honors Day ceremonies held April 30, Alexander Guy Hubbard, son of Lori Rabon of Sumter, received the L. Harris Chewning Award, the departmental award for English; the Heart of a Terrier Leadership Award; and the Walter E. Hudgins Award. Hubbard is majoring in English and philosophy with a concentration in gender studies. He has participated in the Spanish Academy, Wofford Hillel, and served as a Wofford ambassador. He also served as vice president of Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society, as co-president of Spectrum, and as public relations chair of Upstate Pride. Hubbard received the Helmus Award and the Hub City/Emrys Prize for poetry. He plans to pursue a career as a literature professor. The Heart of a Terrier Leadership Award recognizes students who have made a positive difference on the campus and excelled in scholarship, leadership and campus citizenship and service. The Walter E. Hudgins Award honors students who not only perform well in class, but also display intellectual curiosity and zest for learning and life outside the academic classroom.




MISS SUMTER from Page C1 the (Gamecock) Shrine Club on US Highway 15 South. “It was quite a popular affair,” she said. “Beauty queens from towns all over the state came to compete and ride in the parade.” The parade route was mostly on Main Street then. On Saturday, it will begin at the Sumter County Fairgrounds, head west on West Liberty Street, turn right on Alice Drive and continue to its end at the University of South Carolina Sumter on Miller Road. Miss Sumter was Craig’s last pageant title. “I got married when I was 19,” she said. “In those days a

lot of girls got married shortly after high school.” Mr. Craig was studying aeronautical engineering at North Carolina State University in Raleigh when they married in 1951, then joined the U.S. Air Force after graduation. While she ended her pageant competition after her marriage, Craig said she was able to continue using her pageant skills. “I went to modeling school at the John Robert Powers School of Modeling,” she said, “and I did a lot of modeling, both in North Carolina and when my husband was stationed in Oklahoma.”

Most of her modeling was in department stores, including Belk’s and Macy’s. “In those days, the big designers, like Liz Claiborne and Jones of New York, would send representatives to the stores with their new clothes,” Craig said, “and they’d have fashion shows. I worked through a modeling agency. It was kind of fun. I even modeled maternity clothes in Oklahoma when I was expecting our first child.” That wasn’t her first job, though. “I worked at J.C. Penney in Sumter on Saturdays,” she said. “In those days, you could start working at 14.” Craig’s second career began in the mid-1970s. “I went to nursing school

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at the university in Wilmington (N.C.),” she said, “and went to work in neurological intensive care at Wake Medical Center in Raleigh. Later I worked for a group of doctors, and that was what I enjoyed most.” Craig has passed on her interest in medicine to her son, who is a doctor, and her daughter, a nurse. Among her six grandchildren are a dentist and a pharmacist. The Craigs don’t get back to Sumter as often as they used to, now that they have few relatives here. Nell returned for her high school reunion in 2010. “I still miss Sumter,” she said. “Back when I lived there, everyone knew everyone else. I’ve found out I can

remember things well that happened back then.” She’s interested in seeing the changes along Main Street and hopes some of her old friends and cousins will come to the parade. “This is my first parade,” she said. Look for her in the convertible driven by Gail Hyatt. Until Saturday, Craig will be practicing her parade wave, which is not unlike the wave Queen Elizabeth of England employs. She laughed, thinking about it. “I believe it’s just from the elbow to the hand,” she said. “It’s like a fan — don’t bend your fingers, move your hand back and forth, and try to look graceful.”

In this photo taken by H.C. Bland, who inadvertently started the Iris Gardens, former Miss Sumter Nell Mitchell Craig is on the right.

YESTERYEAR from Page C1 four islands are being built in the pond, on which iris will be planted. “... Gov. Johnston was expected but did not attend the Carolina-Davidson game. ... Gov. Johnston has revoked the parole of John Henderson who was serving a life term for murder. Perhaps he may revoke the parole of Troy Browder who was not serving a three-year sentence for arson – having jumped his bond and become a fugitive when the Supreme Court confirmed the verdict of the lower court. “The old LaFrance steam fire engine, which was the last word in efficient fire fighting apparatuses when purchased by the city about thirty years ago, was parked on Main Street today as an antique exhibit in Fire Prevention Week publicity. This engine is old but probably could be fired up in an emergency and pump 450 gallons a minute as it did in regular service. “City Council has directed City Manager Raffield to install the long desired public drinking fountains at convenient locations along the streets.” 50 YEARS AGO – 1963 Week of June 12-18 City council will hold a special meeting at 5 p.m. today in the City Hall conference room to give further consideration to a proposed Community Antenna Television CATV franchise here. Mayor Clifton G. Brown, who has been undergoing reserve military training at Shaw AFB, is expected to attend the meeting. At yesterday’s meeting the city lawmakers were unable to reach a

decision on whether or not to enter into a contract with Broadcasting Co. of the South for the television service. Contractual disagreements postponed any final action at the time. Should the technicalities be ironed out by council and City Attorney C.M. Edmunds a decision on CATV may be forthcoming from today’s meeting. In a subsequent conference meeting at City Hall the local lawmakers postponed indefinitely any final decision on the service offered by Broadcasting Co. Of the South (BCS) until all ramifications and facets of the proposal could be studied. CATV is a master antenna designed to serve an entire community by offering a variety of channels free of distortion. BCS has indicated that subscribers to the service would pay no more than $6 a month. Post Office site selected — A site for Sumter’s new post office has been selected by the Post Office Department, Sen. Olin D. Johnston informed The Item today. It will be located on the east side of North Main Street between East Calhoun Street and Ricker Lane, directly across from the First Presbyterian Church’s manse and Boyle Motor Co. The site contains 80,000 square feet of space. Houses presently occupying the site will be razed to make room for the post office. City Council actions — A letter from Henry P. Moses Co. Inc. requesting rezoning of property located at the northeast corner of Fulton Street and the Highway 15 relocation was received by council. It was referred

to the planning commission for action. Council voted unanimously to borrow $50,000 in tax anticipation notes for the city. A letter to council from A.T. Heath Jr. of the Carolina Coca-Cola Bottling Co offered his zoo of assorted animals, now housed on the Coca-Cola plant property, to the city, free of charge effective in September. Ortmann named deputy — Fred W. Ortmann of Sumter, a past president of the S.C. Elks Assn., has been named District Deputy, Grand Exalted Ruler, for the eastern section of the state. He will attend the 99th session of the Grand Lodge, scheduled for July 14-18, in San Francisco, where district deputy designees will be given their oath of office and a briefing on duties. Mobile home subdivision to open — A.E. (Art) Neinow, president of K&N Trailer Sales, Inc., announced today the grand opening of Neinow Plaza, Inc., located North of Dalzell on Highway 521 across from Hillcrest School. This project is the only known mobile home subdivision of its kind in the entire Southeast whereby an individual can purchase stock in this corporation, own not only one of the development sites, but still also own a proportionate share of the entire project. Zoo opens Sunday — Central South Carolina’s only zoo, assembled and maintained for the public by Carolina Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Sumter, started little more than a year ago with a grey fox and wild mountain cat. Today the zoo is full of animals, birds and other wildlife children love to observe. Perhaps the biggest attraction is

a black Canadian bear that was 1 year old last March. It was shipped to the zoo by air express from Minnesota. Shipping weight of the baby bear and box was 18 pounds. Smokey, the affectionate name given the 175-pound female bear, is tame, loves doughnuts and soft drinks. Her caretaker says it’s important not to tease Smoky when holding a doughnut. “She’ll bite the mischief out of you,” he added. Children visiting the zoo on Sunday afternoons also love to ride the Mexican burro. Sumter Civitans head to Indiana — Sumter’s delegates to the 43rd annual convention of Civitan International at Indianapolis, will be Robert K. (Butch) Galloway, retiring local president, and Don Ague, a director. Shaw AFB news — Many a golfer has hunted in the rough for that elusive white sphere, but seldom does one end up finding an egg instead. A golfing party composed of Senior Master Sgt. William L. Fuller, Dr. (Capt.) Lawrence G. Thorley, Tech. Sgt. James Witcher and Dr. (Capt.) James E. Smith, all of the 837th Tactical Hospital, were enjoying their favorite sport when one of their number hit into the rough. In the search for the ball, a large egg was found lying in the thicket near the 17th fairway area. Completing their game, the group notified Dr. (Maj.) William V. Howell, base veterinarian, of their discovery. The unborn bird was found to be still alive and was rushed to an incubator at the base hospital. Doctor Howells believes the egg may contain the offspring of one of the swans or ducks now

gracing Shaw’s lakes. As the 21-day incubation period ticks away, the big question is – a duckling or a cygnet for Shaw. Education news — A check for $75, representing proceeds from projects conducted by members of the Key Club, has been contributed by the Edmunds High School club to the Sumter Memorial Stadium building fund. In accepting the check from Barry Murphy, 1963-64 club president, Edmunds Principal and Fund Treasurer W. S. Jackson declared: “A year ago there were many who doubted that the stadium would ever be a reality. Today I am happy to report that it is 70 percent complete and when finished it will be second to none among high school stadiums in the state.” The stadium, located off the Pinewood Road, will have seating accommodations for 6,500 which can be expanded easily for 10,000 fans. Yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling which declared it unconstitutional for a state to require Bible reading and recitation of the Lord’s Prayer in public schools will have no effect on Sumter’s city and county schools, according to their superintendents. Dr. L.C. McArthur, Jr., superintendent of School District 17 (city schools) and Dr. Hugh T. Stoddard, superintendent of Sumter County School District No. Two, said today there were no mandatory requirements in their school regulations on prayer and the teaching of the Bible in classrooms. Boys’ State welcomed — Mayor Clifton G. Brown welcomed 452 Boys’ State delegates this morning when the future leaders visited Shaw Air Force. Sumter’s Legion contingent

consisted of Commander John Graham; Vice Commander Leslie Griffin; George James; John S. Hoar; and George Levy. Shaw personnel treated the Boys’ Staters to a hearty breakfast at the NCO dining hall prior to the tour. Activities at the Boys’ State convention, sponsored by the American Legion, will conclude in Columbia tomorrow. Sports — A near-capacity crowd watched H.C. Pritchard win the main event for the third week in a row as 35 cars put on a fast show with many spills and bumps Saturday night at Rebel Raceway. An estimated 9001,000 persons were on hand for the three races. Pritchard’s triumph came as the result of a protest of the first two winners in the 25-lap sportsman main event by N.C. Smith of Columbia. The two top finishers refused to allow their cars to be examined, thus forfeiting prize money and making Pritchard, who had been third, the winner. In other events, Bob Brown of Sumter took a victory in the Jalopy Main, and Ray McCoy, also a Sumterite, finished on top in the Hobby Main. Coach Gerald Pate of Hillcrest High School has resigned to accept a position at Southside High School in Florence. Pate, who has been coach at Hillcrest for seven years since his graduation from Newberry College, will coach baseball and serve as assistant coach in football at Florence. At Hillcrest he also taught mathematics and history. Contact Editor Hubert Osteen at hubert@ or (803) 774-1298 or Archivist Sammy Way at, (803)774-1294.




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Federal cuts vast, action needed

Eric Johnson watches his stopwatch during a recent Bootcamp class. Johnson is a personal trainer and the owner of Johnson’s Personal Training where the Bootcamp classes are held. Participants rotate between exercise stations during the hour-long workout.


he impact of Shaw Air Force Base is huge. Specifically, the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army provide more than 8,000 military and civilian jobs and nearly $1 billion in economic impact is the bottom line. But sequestration threatens to reduce these numbers in a very big way. At the recent Chamber of Commerce Commander’s Breakfast, 9th Air Force Commander Maj. Gen. Lawrence Wells prepared us for a situation that we have never experienced. For this fiscal year, Shaw will experience civilian hiring freezes. When people leave civilian employment for whatever reason, they can’t be replaced. Facilities maintenance will be done on an emergency basis only when something is broken, with minimal preventive maintenance. Overall base operating expenditures will be cut. These are just some of the ways that sequestration will impact our local economy like we have never seen before and are too serious and numerous to mention in this article. Wells’ presentation also dealt with the effects of “standing down” a flying squadron of pilots and F-16s. The morale aspect of this is very serious, as these men and women came into the Air Force to do one thing — fly fighter jets in the best Air Force in the world. The investment in these pilots and equipment is huge, and to lose them due to not meeting their career expectations would be sinful. The affected fighter jets that are stood down can’t be maintained. Training will be stopped. The scariest part is not having a military force that is cutting edge and prepared for whatever our enemies throw at us. The effects of sequestration for the Army are even more serious, according to Gen. Wells. Bottom line, our military is taking the brunt of the impact of sequestration. Congress dealt with our impatience at our airports, regarding furloughing air traffic controllers, by legislation. That is minuscule compared to what our military is dealing with and also affects our national security. If it can be done for civilian air travel, why not the military? It’s time our elected officials quit playing politics and react. Call your Congressional members today. Grier Blackwelder, president of the Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce, can be reached at or by calling (803) 775-1231.

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Only 10 minutes into the 6 a.m. workout at Johnson’s Personal Training studio, good-natured protests filled the air. “How much longer?” one voice cried out. “You are 20 seconds in,” answered Eric Johnson, a personal trainer and the owner of the small gym. About 20 people rotated between stations at the studio during the morning Bootcamp workout, a fitness program formulated by Johnson. “You can build muscle, tone and lose weight,” he said. The workouts combine military style exercises with plyometrics, cardiovascular work and strength training. Students use tractor tires to intensify pushups, kettle bell weights to tone arms and their own body weight as resistance during the one-hour workout. The trainer times the workout in oneminute increments, after which participants change exercises. The program is challenging, according to many, as evident by the grunts and groans from its participants. “The best part of this is that we are family oriented,” he said. “If someone misses a workout, then someone else contacts them and makes sure they are OK.” Fitness has been a lifestyle for Johnson, who is also a process coordinator at Eaton Corp. “I always worked out,” he said. “People started asking me what I was doing.” On advice from his father, Johnson became a personal trainer in 2009. When he first started, he made house calls to clients. “I was carrying around my weight bench in the back of my car,” he said. The small business owner graduated to a small storage unit then to a building on Pinewood Road, where he and three other trainers offer 25 Bootcamp classes a week to roughly 200 clients. One of them is 47-year-old Chris Geddings. When Geddings had a heart attack last year, he knew something had to change. Overweight and unhealthy, he tried a class with Johnson. “I wanted to kill him,” Geddings said, laughing. “There was nothing but women in the class, and every one of them beat me down.” During the first two weeks, Geddings said, he struggled. “Now, I can do way more things than I could ever do in my life,” he said. “If it’s not hard, it won’t be good.” For Vicki Parnell, 55, the workouts have been a way to reconnect with her late sons. Parnell lost her two teenage sons in a car accident in October of 2010. Both boys, especially her oldest, Cody, were very athletic, she said. “I always wanted to make Cody proud of me,” she said, her eyes filling with tears. “This gave me hope. It gave me something to push for in life.” Parnell said the workouts have given her a higher purpose beyond fitness. “I can live my life to honor God and my boys,” she said. “Eric’s Bootcamp helps me do that.” For the first time, Johnson is offering a Kiddie Bootcamp, an athletic-style workout created just for kids, ages 5-11. As his business continues to flourish, Johnson is setting his sights on several charity functions to include the Wounded Warrior Project and a fundraiser benefiting breast cancer research. For more information on Johnson’s Personal Training and the Bootcamp workouts, visit Johnson’s Facebook page by searching Johnson’s Personal Training. Johnson’s Personal Training is located at 1150 W. Liberty St., Suite 3, and can be contacted at (803) 983-6711. PHOTOS BY JAMIE H. WILSON / SPECIAL TO THE ITEM

One of Eric Johnson’s clients works with a kettle bell during a Bootcamp workout recently. Participants in the workout rotate between exercises in one-minute exercises, which focus on cardiovascular and strength training.

BUSINESS BRIEFS Bynum Insurance recognized for growth Auto-Owners Insurance recently announced that Bynum Insurance of Sumter has been named one of the Top 10 growth agencies for the company in South Carolina for 2012. The agency was recognized at a luncheon meeting in Columbia and at a reception with all regional associates, where they and other recipients were pre-

| sented with a plaque commemorating their accomplishment. Bynum Insurance has represented Auto-Owners since 1979. Rod Rupp, executive vice president of Auto-Owners, thanked the agency for its support and its business, stating, “Their growth and support only help to make the entire community stronger and more secure. We are grateful they choose to do business with us.”

Auto-Owners Insurance was founded in 1916 and has served South Carolina since 1958. Auto-Owners Insurance is a Fortune 500 company and is the 18th largest property/casualty insurance company in the nation, based on written premium.

Teacher certification board to host free conferences The American Board for Certification of Teacher Ex-

cellence will host free informational sessions on South Carolina teacher certification in May and June. The education nonprofit provides an online route to teacher certification for career-changers with bachelor’s degrees and field experience placing certified teachers in South Carolina classrooms within a year. Two are scheduled for Sumter, one at 4 and one at 5 p.m. Thursday at the Wesmark Branch of the Sumter

County Library. Pre-registration is available at teach/events. The event contact is Teacher Certification Specialist Katelyn Price, who may be reached at or (803) 600-8010. Additionally, school districts with an identified need for highly qualified teachers can call (877) 669-2228 to discuss partnership opportunities with The American Board.




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How To Read The Market in Review The list includes the most active stocks in each exchange, as well as stocks of local interest. Stock Footnotes: cc – PE greater than 99. cld - Issue has been called for redemption by company. d - New 52-week low. dd – Loss in last 12 mos. ec - Company formerly listed on the American Exchange's Emerging Company Marketplace. g - Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h - temporary exmpt from Nasdaq capital and surplus listing qualification. n - Stock was a new issue in the last year. The 52-week high and low figures date only from the beginning of trading. pf - Preferred stock issue. pr - Preferences. pp - Holder owes installments of purchase price. q – Closed-end mutual fund; no PE calculated. rt - Right to buy security at a specified price. s - Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. wi - Trades will be settled when the stock is issued. wd - When distributed. wt - Warrant, allowing a purchase of a stock. u - New 52-week high. un - Unit,, including more than one security. vj - Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in front of the name. Mutual Fund Footnotes: e – Ex-capital gains distribution. f – Previous day’s quote. n - No-load fund. p – Fund assets used to pay distribution costs. r – Redemption fee or contingent deferred sales load may apply. s – Stock dividend or split. t – Both p and r. x – Ex-cash dividend. Source: The Associated Press and Morningstar. Sales figures are unofficial. InterOil g Interpublic InvenSense Invesco InvMtgCap IronMtn ItauUnibH

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YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to answer the Complaint herein, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, or to otherwise appear and defend, and to serve a copy of your Answer to said Complaint upon the subscribers at their office, P.O. Box 71727, North Charleston, South Carolina, 29415, within thirty (30) days after service hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; except that the United States of America, if named, shall have sixty (60) days to answer after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and if you fail to answer the Complaint within the time aforesaid, or otherwise appear and defend, the Plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court for relief demanded therein, and judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. TO THE MINOR(S) OVER FOURTEEN YEARS OF AGE, AND/OR TO MINOR(S) UNDER FOURTEEN YEARS OF AGE AND THE PERSON WITH WHOM THE MINOR(S) RESIDES AND/OR TO PERSONS UNDER SOME LEGAL DISABILITY: YOU ARE FURTHER SUMMONED AND NOTIFIED to apply for the appointment of a guardian ad litem within thirty (30) days after the service of this Summons and Notice upon you. If you fail to do so, application for such appointment will be made by the Plaintiff. YOU WILL ALSO TAKE NOTICE that should you fail to answer the foregoing Summons, the Plaintiff will move for a general Order of Reference to the Master in Equity for Sumter, which Order shall, pursuant to Rule 53(b) of the South Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure, specifically provide that the said Master in Equity is authorized and empowered to enter a final judgment in this action.

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All that certain piece, parcel or lot of land with the improvements thereon, situate, lying and being in the County of Sumter, State of South Carolina, designated as Lot No. 489 of the Eagle Nest Subdivision, Phase 2 and containing 1.13 acres as shown on a plat prepared by Michael C. Turbeville, III. PLS dated October 2, 1998 and recorded in Plat Book 2000 at page 74 in the Office of the RMC for Sumter County. Aforesaid plat is specifically incorporated herein and referenced is craved thereto for a more complete and accurate description of the metes, bounds, courses and distances of the property concerned herein. This description is in lieu of the metes and bounds, as permitted by law under Section 30-5-250 of the 1976 Code of Laws of South Carolina, as amended. Be all of said measurements a little more or a little less and according to said plat.

Property Address: 2385 Equinox Avenue, Dalzell, SC ALSO: 2002 CMD Mobile Home, Serial Number H178441GL&R TMS #: 153-08-03-014 (land) and 400-00-30-004 (mobile home) ORDER APPOINTING GUARDIAN AD LITEM NISI It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, upon reading and filing of the Petition of the Plaintiff for the appointment of Kelley Woody, attorney in Columbia, South Carolina, as Guardian ad Litem Nisi for all unknown minors, and for all persons who may be under a legal disability, it is ORDERED that Kelley Woody, Attorney at Law, be and she is hereby appointed Guardian ad Litem Nisi on behalf of unknown minors or persons under a legal disability, all of whom may have an interest in or claim to have some interest in the real property known as 2385 Equinox, Dalzell, SC 29040; that she is empowered and directed to appear on behalf of and represent said Defendants, unless the said Defendants, or someone on their behalf, shall within thirty (30) days after service of a copy hereof as directed, procure the appointment of a Guardian ad Litem for the said Defendants; AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this Order shall forthwith be served upon the said Defendants by publication thereof in the The Item, a newspaper of general circulation published in the County of Sumter, State of South Carolina, once a week for three consecutive weeks, together with the Summons in the above entitled action.

NOTICE OF PENDENCY OF ACTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an action has been commenced and is now pending in this Court upon Complaint of the above-named Plaintiff against the above-named Defendants for foreclosure of a certain mortgage of real estate given by Denise Newman and Gerald Newman to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for 1st Choice Mortgage/Equity Corp. of Lexington, in the amount of $ 83,200.00 dated July 29, 2002, and recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds for Sumter County in Book 851 at Page 1297 on August 2, 2002. The premises covered and affected by the said Mortgage as by the

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foreclosure thereof, were, at the time of the making thereof, and at the time of the filing of this Notice, described as follows:

NOTICE OF FILING COMPLAINT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the original Complaint in the above entitled action, together with the Summons, was filed in the Office of the Clerk of Court for Sumter County on April 4, 2013 at 2:37 p.m.

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New show puts employees Employees Take Charge oncharge New Series in of companies

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Dema Barakat gives her Dema Barakatallgives employees employees the her power all the power on "Does Someone on “Does Someone Have to Go?” Have to Go?" at premiering Thursday premiering 9 p.m. Thursday at 9 p.m. on FOX. on FOX.

How many times have you heard a friend or even yourself say, "If I were in charge of this company…"? Well, that's the premise of "Does Someone Have to Go?" premiering Thursday at 9 p.m. on FOX. The new reality series gives the power to the employees of struggling businesses. "The idea began as kind of a workplace project," says executive producer Cris Abrego. "We wanted to keep it as realistic and organic as possible. We wanted something people could relate to. The common thread is almost everyone, at one time or another, has felt that they could run the company they work for better than the bosses. Under that premise we developed the project. "The companies we go into are doing well, but they're having some personnel issues. The boss decides to give employees the power to see if they can come up with some solutions for the office. The boss lets the employees know that he or she will adhere to the suggestions they come up with in order to move the company forward and improve it." What happens next is eye-opening for all involved. Bosses may discover they don't know everything that is going on in their business, but employees may be equally surprised. One of the things that happens is everyone finds out what the others are making in salary. This, of course, can lead to some tense situations. "The entire group is the boss for 48 hours. As the boss, you have to have certain information at your disposal so you can make certain deci-

sions," Abrego says. "As the boss, you get to hear all of the gossip and information about employees. This group gets that same kind of information. What's surprising is that so many of them don't even know what the person in the cubical next to them does. "The big whammy is the salary information. It's pretty explosive sometimes in good ways, and sometimes in bad. People find out they're underpaid, and there may be some in their group that believe they deserve a raise. Others may have been there longer and discover they are making less than those who have been there a shorter time. It starts conversations. It's really compelling television. "In the end, if they think the solution to their problem is to fire someone, then they can. Maybe that person isn't doing their job or has a bad attitude. The group must collectively come to that decision. Then they have to work it out with their boss or human resources, whatever their process is typically. We kind of just sit back and document it." While it might seem like getting rid of people is the answer, it usually isn't. Like everything else in the world, politics do come into play. But employees often learn that they only know half the story. The answer they thought would work may not be as clear-cut once they have all the information they need. "In many of the places we went, it became an exercise in team-building," says Abrego. "I don't want to give too much away, but the employees are often surprised by how things turn out."

When Abrego and the producers first went out to various companies, it took them a while to convince people to participate. "When you just look at the premise, you can understand why a lot of the owners were hesitant to the idea of this," says the producer. "After sitting down and talking to them, and talking to the employees, they get it. I can say that so far, after everything that we've done, they've been very grateful and thankful for what the show is able to do. "It isn't as negative as it might sound. And I think the companies realized that once we talked to them. By the end, they all felt good about their choice and participating. What makes all of this so interesting is that the perception and politics that are there in the beginning often change once everyone is on a level playing field. "You walk in these offices and there are from 15-25 people that are participating," Abrego continues. "These people see each other every day for eight hours, five days a week. It's shocking how much they don't know about one another. So many times what one of them might think about the other is not what that person is at all. Most of them who think someone in their office is a slacker or is lazy have no idea what that person even does. All of that comes to light. A lot of times their co-workers are surprised to find out just how valuable certain employees are. Occasionally they do find a person who is slacking and they deal with him or her. It's fascinating how it all plays out."


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HIGHLIGHTS Inglourious Basterds 8:00 p.m. on TNT During World War II, a special unit composed of Jewish-American soldiers is developed and commissioned to violently attack and kill members of the Third Reich, in hopes of instilling fear throughout their enemy’s regime. (HD) The 2013 Billboard Music Awards 8:00 p.m. on WOLO Live from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, today’s hottest musical acts from across the globe convene to celebrate the past year’s biggest hits; performers include Taylor Swift, Pitbull, Macklemore and others; Prince is presented the Billboard Icon Award. (HD) Boardroom adviCelebrity sor Ivanka Trump All-Star Apprentice is on hand as her 9:00 p.m. on WIS dad, Donald The final two and Trump, decides their team of who will be the helpers scramble to first "All Star put the finishing Celebrity Aptouches on their charity event preprentice," Sunday at 9 p.m. on sentations, after which Donald will WIS. prepare to name a winner live in New York City; special guests include Blue Man Group, Tim Tebow and others. (HD) ACM Presents: Tim McGraw’s Superstar Summer Night 9:00 p.m. on WLTX Tim McGraw rounds up some of his music friends for an all-star concert event showcasing the hottest music of the summer and to benefit ACM Lifting Lives, a charity dedicated to improving lives through the power of music. (HD) The Client List 10:00 p.m. on LIFE Hoping to help Lacey get her mind off the burglary, Riley accompanies her to their high school reunion; Taylor makes a quick decision after spotting her former significant other at the reunion; Selena cautions Derek over a certain client at the spa. (HD)




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300 8:00 p.m. on AMC A king and his personal army of 300 elite Spartans fight to the death against the invading Persian forces in the ancient Battle of Thermopylae, in which the men attempted to hold a narrow mountain pass against insurmountable odds. (HD) The Bachelor’s Funniest Moments Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. on 8 p.m. on WOLO, WOLO Host Chris HarriAfter 25 memoson shares hilarrable seasons of ious moments both the on "The Bache“Bachelor” and lor's Funniest “Bachelorette”, Moments." host Chris Harrison recounts the most outrageous and laughinducing moments caught on camera from the past 11 years; never-before-seen bloopers relive gaffes and hijinks. (HD) Dancing with the Stars 9:00 p.m. on WOLO All of season 16’s participants and their partners return to enjoy the festivities before an eventual winner is named among the top three; musical guests fill the hour with live performances, after which one couple is presented the Mirrorball Trophy. (HD) River Monsters: Unhooked 10:00 p.m. on ANPL Jeremy Wade remembers his journey to Ukraine and into the site of the worst nuclear accident in human history, Chernobyl, where he had to race against time to find a vicious, grizzly attacker before radiation forced him to leave the area. (HD) Grimm 10:01 p.m. on WIS As things with Juliette appear to be back on track, normalcy is quickly lost when Nick is asked to investigate a recent surge in ragefueled assaults happening all over Portland, where he soon enlists the help of Monroe and Rosalee. (HD)

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The Goodwin Games 8:30 p.m. on WACH When the father of three estranged siblings passes away, the three are reunited and find out that they are in line to inherit more than $20 million, with the stipulation that they must abide by their late father’s eccentric wishes. (HD) Rules of Engagement The passing 8:30 p.m. on of their father WLTX (Beau Bridges) Brenda happens to has three esgo into labor on tranged siblings the day that Jennifer and Adam competing for are finally tying the their inheritance on "The Goodknot; Russell and win Games," Timmy make an premiering Monattempt to reconday at 8:30 p.m. cile their previous on WACH. issues with each other; Audrey decides to give Jeff a big surprise. (HD) Mike & Molly 9:31 p.m. on WLTX Mike and Carl unfortunately receive orders to work the Renaissance Faire after Mike’s mother dumps their boss, Patrick; as a dangerous tornado makes its way towards Chicago, Mike and Molly share some important news with each other. (HD) Bates Motel 10:00 p.m. on A&E Sheriff Romero decides that it is finally time for him to take action; Norman anticipates his date with Emma when he asks to take her to the school dance; Miss Watson assists Norman by giving him a ride back to the motel. (HD) Hawaii Five-0 10:00 p.m. on WLTX The Five-0 team works in conjunction with the CIA in their efforts to find a dangerous killer loose on the island; Kono takes off as she is wanted for a murder she didn’t commit; McGarrett’s visit with Wo Fat in prison ends with a shocking discovery. (HD)


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HIGHLIGHTS The Surrogacy Trap 8:00 p.m. on LIFE A husband and wife unable to conceive find renewed hope of one day having a child of their own through surrogacy, but they soon discover worrying details about the woman they painstakingly picked to carry their unborn child. (HD) MasterChef 8:00 p.m. on WACH Amateur chefs from across the country gather to wow the judging panel with their favorite signature dishes, hoping to gain a spot on season four; Gordon, Joe Bastianich and Graham Elliot judge based on taste, creativity and presentation. (HD) The Middle 8:00 p.m. on WOLO Graduation day is fast approaching and the tension builds between Axl and Frankie when he ignores her invitations to the graduation party; Sue is going back for a sixth round with her drivers test; Brick has to make a presentation for the assembly. (HD) Graduation day means tension at Criminal Minds home for Axl 9:00 p.m. on WLTX (Charlie McDer- The Replicator mott) on the sea- returns and has son finale of "The zeroed in on the BAU team as he tarMiddle," airing gets one of them as Wednesday at 8 p.m. on WOLO. his next victim; BAU is called in to investigate a string of deaths linked to ecstasy overdoses, and Hotch learns that his brother is caught in the middle of it. (HD) Million Dollar Listing New York 10:00 p.m. on BRAVO Luis must somehow convince the owners of his new townhouse listing to stage their home and take down the elderly looking decor; Ryan struggles to keep a grandmother happy while hunting for a new place; Fredrik faces minor issues with a sale.

HIGHLIGHTS Save Me 8:00 p.m. on WIS Beth’s typical day-to-day life, as an absentee wife and mother, is disrupted when she has a near death experience by choking on a hero sandwich, gifting her with the ability to talk to God, though her family and friends are skeptical of her change. (HD) Showville 9:00 p.m. on AMC Two veterans of the entertainment industry travel to Holland, Mich., from Hollywood, Calif., in order to mentor a group of talented individuals, as they compete in a talent show that could potentially change their lives. (HD) Godzilla 9:00 p.m. on SYFY A renowned American biologist with the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission and a French secret agent combine forces to stop a giant irradiated iguana that seems intent on destroying everyone and everything in New York City. Does Someone Have to Go? 9:00 p.m. on WACH With tensions running at an all-time high, co-workers at Velocity Merchant Services in Illinois attempt to sort through their issues, so their bosses put the fate of one another in their hands to decide which people to fire, albeit one or several. (HD) Rookie Blue Andy (Missy 10:01 p.m. on Peregrym) reWOLO turns to 15 DiviAndy and Nick dission to find appear while undereverything has cover and when changed on the they return there’s fourth season been some premiere of changes; Sam is "Rookie Blue," now a detective airing Thursday and has moved on at 10:01 p.m. on while learning to WOLO. work with Traci; Nick feels like something is in the air between him and Gail. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS The Last Samurai 8:00 p.m. on AMC A cynical Civil War veteran who is haunted by his memories of killing American Indians, learns to embrace the samurai culture he was hired to destroy when he is taken as one of their captives and taught the old Japanese way. (HD) Invasion 8:00 p.m. on ANPL Millions of wild pigs with razor-sharp tusks are destroying farmland, attacking people, causing accidents and terrorizing neighborhoods, so a team of wildlife experts and hunters are seeking to track these mutant creatures’ destructive behavior. (HD) Blue Bloods 9:00 p.m. on WLTX Danny (Donnie When an injured Wahlberg) suswoman takes back pects that a seri- her claim of domesal killer is on the tic violence, Danny prowl on "Blue and Jackie look furBloods," airing ther into the case only to find out that Friday at 9 p.m. the woman is on WLTX. involved in a secret affair with a high-powered councilman; Linda goes back to work, which upsets Danny. (HD) River Monsters: Unhooked 10:00 p.m. on ANPL Jeremy recalls his adventure along remote jungle waterways in drug smuggling territory, searching for a creature that is said to be over 300 pounds and eight feet long that attacks people in their boats and may prove to be much more than he expected. (HD) The Moment 11:00 p.m. on USA After putting her dreams to be a costume designer on hold to care for her family, a new mom gets the opportunity to train with an award-winning designer for the chance to work on the costume design team of a new Broadway production. (HD)




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(7:00) Today Weekend (HD) Busytown Busytown (HD) (HD) Good Morning America Weekend (N) (HD) Sewing Love of Quilting (N) Great Big Real Life 101 World (N) Animal Ex- Edgemont ploration

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Con Air 8:00 p.m. on AMC A highly decorated, U.S. Army Ranger is sentenced to prison after he accidentally kills a drunk man in a bar brawl, and when he is finally released on parole, he ends up on a plane that is hijacked by some of the most dangerous criminals in America. (HD) Signs 8:00 p.m. on LIFE Following his wife’s death, a despondent clergyman questions his faith but is forced to keep himself together for his family when mysterious crop circles are found on his farm and around the world, indicating that an alien invasion is imminent. (HD) The Dark Knight 8:00 p.m. on TNT A new district attorney joins Batman and the police in trying to rid Gotham City of crime, but as things start to turn around, a giggling psychopath with big plans attacks the city, and his mutual enmity with Batman soon turns personal. (HD) Bet on Your Baby 8:00 p.m. on Melissa PeterWOLO man hosts Families compete WOLO's "Bet on by betting on activities that their Your Baby," airing Saturday at children go 8 p.m. through such as: how many presents can twins unwrap in a minute and spinning as much as possible in 30 seconds for a chance at a final round worth a $50,000 college fund. (HD) Defiance 11:00 p.m. on SYFY After aliens seeking a new homeland fight a war with the Earth, a former soldier returns to his old home of St. Louis to find it transformed into a battered refugee camp where humans and aliens coexist more or less peacefully despite dangers.

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An American Werewolf in London aaac ‘81 David Naughton. An American is attacked by a beast and inherits a supernatural curse. R (2:00) SYFY Sun. 10:00am.

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 Sat. 8:00pm.



Braveheart aaac ‘95 Mel Gibson. A farmer organizes a resistance against the tyranny of English rule. R (4:30) SPIKE Mon. 12:00pm. Brute Force aaac ‘47 Burt Lancaster. An inmate makes plans to escape a brutal prison and its sadistic chief guard. NR (1:45) TCM Tue. 2:45am.

Foreign Correspondent aaaa ‘40 Joel McCrea. An American journalist gets caught in the middle of a spy ring in Europe. NR (2:15) TCM Sat. 4:30am. Friendly Persuasion aaaa ‘56 Gary Cooper. The members of a Quaker family confront their own consciences because of war. NR (2:30) TCM Sat. 8:00pm.

C Chicago aaac ‘02 Catherine ZetaJones. In 1920s Chicago, two women murderesses scheme to make it in the big time. PG-13 (2:00) WGN Sun. 11:00am. Cinderella Man aaac ‘05 Russell Crowe. Boxer Jim Braddock fights to regain his status as a champion prizefighter. PG-13 (3:30) SPIKE Mon. 4:30pm.

ACROSS 1. “Wheel of Fortune” host 4. Estes or Lowe 7. Role on “Roseanne” 10. Suffix for fool or child 11. Large bird that cannot fly 12. Year south of the border 13. “Murder, __ Wrote” 14. “A Little __ of Heaven”; 2011 Kate Hudson film 15. One of Ted Turner’s networks 16. “__ __ Clock” 19. Thurman’s namesakes 21. Role on “Two and a Half Men” 24. Fluid-filled pouches 25. Actress Moreno 26. Prolonged pain 27. 2004 Ben Stiller movie 28. “__ Makeover: Home Edition”

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32. Actor Wheaton 34. “Ben-__”; Charlton Heston classic 35. “__ & Stacey” 38. Kaiser or Aetna: abbr. 39. Actor Marienthal 40. Pasture cry 41. Crew member’s prop 42. “__ in Trees” 43. “Boys Don’t __”; 1999 Hilary Swank film DOWN 1. Greek letters 2. “__ Wednesday”; 2002 Brian Burns movie 3. Reality game show (2) 4. Actress on “Malibu Country” (2) 5. Leave out 6. “Beavis and __-Head”

7. Lester Holt’s program (2) 8. Lester Holt’s co-host 9. “What __ to Wear” 17. English county bordering Suffolk 18. Sultan’s wives 19. Neighbor of Mexico: abbr. 20. “The Bernie __ Show” 22. FourTrax or Arctic Cat, for short 23. Anti’s vote 29. “Killing __ Softly”; 2012 Brad Pitt movie 30. “Georgia __”; 2007 Lindsay Lohan film 31. Joanie Cunningham’s portrayer 32. “Samantha __?” (2007-09) 33. “__ __ Big Girl Now” (1980-81) 36. “A Flea in Her __”; 1968 Rex Harrison movie 37. Doris or Dennis

G Galaxy Quest aaa ‘99 Joe Frank. Washed-up actors assist a dying race of aliens in their war for survival. PG (2:15) AMC Thu. 3:00am.

H Halloween aaac ‘78 Jamie Lee Curtis. A psychotic man returns to his hometown to stalk and slash helpless teenagers. R (2:00) AMC Fri. 4:00am. Here Comes Mr. Jordan aaac ‘41 Robert Montgomery. A boxer’s spirit is taken prematurely by a heavenly messenger new on the job. NR (2:00) TCM Sun. 10:00am.

I The Incredibles aaac ‘04 Samuel L. Jackson. A former superhero secretly returns from retirement to perform heroic duties. PG (2:30) FAM Sat. 8:30pm. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade aaac ‘89 Harrison Ford. In 1938, Indiana Jones embarks on a quest to find his father and the Holy Grail. PG-13 (3:00) SPIKE Sun. 6:00pm.

K The Kid Brother aaa ‘27 Harold Lloyd. Youngest son of town’s most important family must use wits instead of muscles. NR (1:30) TCM Thu. 1:45am.



Late Autumn aaac ‘60 Setsuko Hara. A widow attempts to marry off her problem daughter with the help of three men. NR (2:15) TCM Sun. 2:30am. Le jour se lève aaac ‘39 Jean Gabin. A factory worker reminisces about the two women he loved and lost. NR (1:45) TCM Tue. 11:00pm.

Sadie McKee aaa ‘34 Joan Crawford. A woman marries a wealthy alcoholic and tries to help him with his addiction. NR (1:45) TCM Fri. 6:00am. Sergeant York aaa ‘41 Gary Cooper. During World War I, a pacifist is transformed into a legendary military hero. NR (2:30) TCM Sat. 10:30pm.

M Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation aaa ‘62 James Stewart. A family runs into disaster when they rent a seaside cottage for the summer. NR (2:00) TCM Mon. 12:00pm. Mr. & Mrs. Smith aaa ‘41 Carole Lombard. A couple is shocked to discover their marriage is not legal. NR (1:45) TCM Tue. 6:15pm.

N The Natural aaac ‘84 Robert Redford. A gifted professional baseball player is forced to overcome a horrible injury. PG (2:30) TCM Wed. 8:00pm.

O One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest aaaa ‘75 Jack Nicholson. A convicted criminal is sent to a mental asylum after he pretends to be insane. R (3:00) ION Wed. 12:30pm. 127 Hours aaaa ‘10 James Franco. A mountain climber becomes trapped when a boulder falls on his arm. R (2:00) SPIKE Mon. 11:00pm.

P The Petrified Forest aaa ‘36 Leslie Howard. Drifter asks outlaw to kill him so that waitress can have his insurance money. NR (1:30) TCM Tue. 9:30pm.

R Rickey Smiley: Live From Atlanta aaaa ‘11 Steve Harvey. Rickey Smiley hosts an evening of stand-up comedy that includes Steve Harvey. (1:30) BET Sat. 2:30am. Run Silent, Run Deep aaac ‘58 Clark Gable. A sub commander bypasses his assigned targets to attack a Japanese destroyer. NR (1:45) TCM Sat. 2:15pm.

T Terminator 2: Judgment Day aaac ‘91 Arnold Schwarzenegger. A shape-shifting robot assassin from the future targets a modern-day teen. R (2:30) TNT Sat. 5:30pm. The Town aaac ‘10 Ben Affleck. A thief struggles to go straight while he falls in love and avoids the FBI. R (2:30) TNT Sun. 5:30pm, 11:30pm.

W Watchmen aaac ‘09 Malin Akerman. Retired superheroes discover a sinister plot while investigating a murder. R (3:00) TNT Sat. 12:00pm. White Heat aaac ‘49 James Cagney. A psychotic criminal plots a big heist while the FBI plants a man in his gang. NR (2:00) TCM Tue. 12:45am.

Y You Can’t Take It with You aaac ‘38 Jean Arthur. The son of an industrial magnate falls for a woman from an eccentric family. NR (2:15) TCM Mon. 7:45am.


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