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Sumter becomes Purple Heart City BY BRISTOW MARCHANT


Killing suspect caught Man wanted in Michigan student’s shooting awaits transfer BY BRISTOW MARCHANT

Sumter is already known for its strong relationship with the military, with many veterans and retired service members making their home in the Gamecock City. “Uncommon Patriotism” is the city’s motto. And now, Sumter has the distinction of being a Purple Heart City. That designation was approved in a resolution passed this week by Sumter City Council, making Sumter one of only a handful of cities in South Carolina to have the title. The proposal was made by the Gen. George L. Mabry Jr. Chapter 817 of the Military Order of the Purple Heart, which represents


A man arrested in Sumter County this week is expected to face charges in relation to the killing of a college student in Michigan. Joei Alexander Jordan, 20, of 1133 Man-

ning Road, is being held as a fugitive from justice at the SumterLee RegionJORDAN al Detention Center pending an extradition hearing and could be sent back to

Michigan as early as this week. “If he waives extradition, we hope to DeWOLF have him gone by this weekend,” said Sumter County Sheriff Anthony Dennis.

Jordan was taken into custody at the home on Tuesday after a joint investigation involving the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office; Ann Arbor, Mich., police; and the U.S. Marshals. Dennis said a county officer posted to SEE JORDAN, PAGE A9



Native remembered as decorated veteran, loving family man BY BRISTOW MARCHANT


Leonard Bartlette’s family remembers him as being “full of life” prior to the life-altering injuries he sustained fighting in Vietnam and for his determination in the face of his wounds and afflictions to his dying day. By the time he passed away Oct. 5 at the age of 67, Bartlette had received the Silver

ABOVE: Making it Grow! host Amanda McNulty hears a question from a spectator at a live showing at the Sumter Opera House on Saturday. RIGHT: Bob Waite, president of the Master Gardeners Club, looks on during the live showing on Saturday as he wears his hat customized for the occasion.



Leonard Bartlette holds his newborn great-granddaughter Addison Scott just a few months before his death. Bartlette was a devoted grandfather with 14 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.

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12-hour women’s prayer vigil coming up BY JADE ANDERSON Some local women are inviting other Christian women to experience the power of prayer. “If you are a born-again Christian, you need to be part of this gathering,” said the Rev. Diane Hodgson, chairwoman of the Sumter Ministerial Alliance. HODGSON “I believe God answers prayers. We should not wait to pray.” So she is helping organize a 12-hour prayer event from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. Nov. 16 into Nov. 17 at Bethesda Church of God, 2730 Broad St. Light refreshments will be served in the first hour. “Prayer is the first thing we should do, not the last,” said Glenda Woolston. “Prayer is the catalyst. It’s about getting in the presence of God and getting more in tune

with His spirit.” She and her husband, John Woolston, are missionaries who will be traveling to the Dominican Republic in January. She will be leading praise and worship for the prayer event. The idea grew out of a current ministry. For more than five years now, Carolyn and Buddy WOOLSTON Williams have hosted a monthly pastor’s prayer luncheon. “It’s a chance to fellowship, build relationships and pray for one another,” Hodgson said. “I thought, ‘Wouldn’t it be great if we had city-wide, intercessory prayer?’ We, the ministerial alliance, are coming alongside the pastor’s prayer ministry.” Carolyn Williams is touched. “It’s humbling that this is happening,” she said. “I just feel like this is an an-

swer to many, many prayers that began years ago and are now coming to fruition.” The goal of this event is to bring women in ministry together and give them a chance to get away from calendars, clocks and podiums, Hodgson said. “We want to get to know you,” she said. “We want to know where God has called you, and we want to pray with you.” Woolston agreed. “Let me pray for you, and you pray for me,” she said. “They did it in the Old Testament. The people of God called them intercessors. They were the watchmen on the wall. We’re working with God to build his kingdom, (and) we need each other in so many different ways.” That is the key to seeing change locally, statewide and across the country, all three women said. “The greater our unity, the greater our impact,”

Williams said. “We are a body. The hand is not greater than the head or vice versa. Each has a part, has a role in the commission.” If a woman can’t come for the whole time, she is encouraged to come for as long as she can. “If you can’t come but 15 minutes, come,” Williams said. “Fall on your face with other believers and cry out to God for our families, our leaders, our community, our country and other things that are going on in the world.” Hodgson hopes this will serve as another chance for women in ministry to network and maybe even spark a revival of sorts. “Sometimes we lose the fire that is in our life,” she said. “We need to come together and rekindle that. What if a real awakening comes out of this?” For more information, email Diane Hodgson at dianehodgson24@yahoo. com.



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N.Y. man dies in single-car wreck on S.C. 261 A New York man visiting family in Pinewood was killed in a single-car wreck early Saturday morning. Esau Greene, 64, of the Bronx, N.Y., was driving a 1999 four-door Buick eastbound on S.C. 261 at 8:18 a.m. when the car went off the right side of the road, then swerved to the left, went into a ditch, struck a tree and overturned. Greene was reportedly wearing a seatbelt, but Sumter County Coroner Harvin Bullock said Greene was partially ejected through the car’s sun roof at the time of the rollover. The preliminary cause of death appeared to be multiple traumatic injuries, including massive trauma to the head. A 64-year-old passenger in the car was also injured in the wreck and was airlifted to Palmetto Health Richland for further treatment. S.C. Highway Patrol reported the second man was not wearing a seatbelt.

Tuomey nurse honored with award for helping keep area children safe mit, held at the Columbia Marriott. Jackson has been an LPN at Children’s Trust of South Tuomey Regional Medical CenCarolina has honored Sumter’s ter since 1981. She attended the Cheryl Jackson with the Jones Sumter School of Bowen Award for Practical Nursing, Child Passenger sponsored by the Safety Technician/ CHILDREN’S TRUST Sumter County CaInstructor of the reer Center and TuYear. Children’s Trust of South Carolina omey Hospital, in Technicians and is the only statewide organization the old Tuomey organizations were dedicated to strengthening and nurses’ building, in nominated by their supporting public and private the next to last peers for their outprevention efforts that keep graduating class standing commitSouth Carolina’s children safe. The and has worked in ment in their comorganization works to prevent the Tuomey nursmunities to keeping child abuse, neglect and unintenery since. children safe tional injuries so that every child After her first through child has the opportunity to thrive in a year at Tuomey, passenger safe- healthy, nurturing environment. Jackson became a ty efforts. Hon- Children’s Trust is home to KIDS cardiopulmonary orees were COUNT South Carolina, Safe Kids resuscitation inselected by South Carolina, Prevent Child structor, then prothe S.C. Abuse South Carolina and other Child Pasgressed to child programs that deliver on its missenger passenger safety. sion. For more information, visit Safety In 2000, she Summit came a CPS techniComcian, and she now mittee. works two to three 12-hour The child passhifts per week in the hospital senger safety and works with Safe Kids one awards were day a week. She was Tuomey’s named after LPN of the Year in 2003. Jones Bowen, coEarlier this fall, Jackson was ordinator of Safe named a Hero in the Field by Kids Aiken, who the Palmetto Healthy Starts prodied unexpectedly in gram, in recognition of her sig2011. These awards nificant contribution to reduchonor his dedication to child ing infant mortality in the state. passenger safety and injury One of only five people in the prevention. state to receive the honor, JackThe awards have become son was given the accolade pria highlight of the annual marily for her work with Safe Child Passenger Safety Sum- Kids and car seat safety. FROM STAFF REPORTS

Cheryl Jackson, LPN and child passenger safety technician with Tuomey Healthcare System and Safe Kids, has been recognized as Child Passenger Safety Technician/Instructor of the Year by Children’s Trust of South Carolina. Earlier this fall, she was also named a Hero in the Field by the Palmetto Healthy Starts program. PHOTO COURTESY TUOMEY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM

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Judge preserves lawsuit about foundation’s role ROCK HILL — South Carolina officials are trying to force a nonprofit foundation to stick with its original mission of supporting York County’s public museums. The Herald of Rock Hill reports it’s the third time the Culture and Heritage Foundation has failed to have the York County Council’s lawsuit dismissed. York County is suing for control of hundreds of acres along the Catawba River near Interstate 77. The land was donated to the foundation in 1998 by Jane Spratt McColl. County officials said McColl intended for it and proceeds from land sales only to benefit the county’s museums.

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FLORENCE — The board of trustees of Francis Marion University has agreed to establish a satellite campus in Mount Pleasant. Board members unanimously agreed Friday that President Fred Carter should sign a contract to create a satellite campus after an offer from Mount Pleasant earlier this year. Under the agreement, Mount Pleasant would find space for the academic programs and retain ownership responsibility for maintenance, leasing it to the university. The first offering is expected to provide registered nurses a program to get their bachelor’s degrees. Classes in Mount Pleasant could begin as early as next fall.

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Architect group debates symbolic tower’s height, claim as tallest in U.S. CHICAGO (AP) — Rising from the ashes of 9/11, the new World Trade Center tower has punched above the New York skyline to reach its powerfully symbolic height of 1,776 feet and become the tallest building in the country. Or has it? A committee of architects recognized as the arbiters on world building heights was meeting Friday to decide whether a design change affecting the skyscraper’s 408foot needle disqualifies it from being counted. Disqualification would deny the tower the title as the nation’s tallest. But there is more than bragging rights at stake; 1 World Trade Center stands as a monument to those killed in the terrorist attacks, and the ruling could dim the echo of America’s founding year in the structure’s height. Without the needle, the building measures 1,368 feet, a number that also holds symbolic weight as the height of the original World Trade Center. What’s more, the decision is being made by an organization based in Chicago, whose cultural and architectural history is embodied by the Willis — formerly Sears — Tower that would be knocked into second place by a vote in favor of the New York structure. “Most of the time these decisions are not so controversial,� said Daniel Safarik, an architect and spokesman for the nonprofit Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. The 30 members of its Height Committee are meeting to render a judgment behind closed doors in Chicago, where the world’s first sky-

scraper appeared in 1884. The committee, comprising industry professionals from all over the world, will announce its decision next week. The question over 1 World Trade Center, which remains under construction and is expected to open next year, arose because of a change to the design of its tower-topping needle. Under the council’s current criteria, spires that are an integral part of a building’s aesthetic design count; broadcast antennas that can be added and removed do not. The designers of 1 World Trade Center had intended to enclose the mast’s communications gear in decorative cladding made of fiberglass and steel. But the developer removed that exterior shell from the design, saying it would be impossible to properly maintain or repair. Without it, the question is whether the mast is now primarily just a broadcast antenna. According to the architecture firm behind the building, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, the needle will have a communications platform for radio and television equipment, but it will also be topped with an LED beacon that will fire out a horizontal blaze of light visible from up to 50 miles away on a clear night — a feature that has been described as a crowning beacon of hope. The developers tested the lights Friday night, and hundreds of red, white and blue LED modules illuminated lower Manhattan. Safarik said the committee could consider amending its


The Willis Tower, formerly known as the Sears Tower, is seen at left in Chicago on March 12, 2008, and 1 World Trade Center is seen at right in New York on Sept. 5. Soaring above the city at 1,776 feet, the 104-story 1 World Trade Center is in contention with Willis Tower for the title of America’s tallest building.

height criteria — a move with much broader implications that could force a reshuffle in the rankings of the tallest buildings in the world. If the matter weren’t so steeped in emotion, it might have set off some of the goodnatured ribbing emblematic of the history of one-upmanship between New York and Chicago. But 1 World Trade Center is a monument to American resilience admired well beyond Manhattan. “I don’t think anybody’s going to argue with the pride in building that new tower,� said 31-year-old software developer Brett Tooley, who works across the street from the Willis Tower. “Not only is it going to be the tallest building; it’s going to be one of the

strongest buildings in the history of America. It’s a marvel of engineering.� “We take our hats off to them out here in Chicago and the Midwest,� said Robert Wislow, chairman and chief executive of U.S. Equities, the firm that manages the Willis Tower. “And we welcome the building to the elite club of the tallest buildings in the world. Nobody’s looking at this like a competition.� Still, the Willis has a central place in Chicago’s history, speaking to the city’s own tradition of recovering from adversity ever since the 1871 Great Fire and its history of creating architectural marvels, said Peter Alter, an archivist at the Chicago History Museum.

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, headquartered in Chicago, also designed the Willis. Then known as the Sears Tower, it was completed in 1973 and remained the tallest building in the world until 1996 when the council ruled that the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, had knocked it from the top spot. And the Willis can still claim to get visitors up higher: The highest-occupied floor in the 1,450-foot (not including antenna height), 110story Willis Tower is still higher up than that of the 104story 1 World Trade Center. In a sign of just how in dispute building measurements can be, the council says the Willis has 108 floors.




Richard Jerod Easterling, 33, of 607 Brockington St., was arrested Thursday and charged with criminal domestic violence. At 10:12 p.m., Easterling reportedly threw a glass coffee mug at his 34-year-old wife because he felt she wasn’t paying attention to him and threatened to hit the woman in the face. The woman moved into another room, where Easterling reportedly threw a beer bottle at her, then grabbed her by the shirt, held her down on the couch and picked up an end table as if to hit her with it. The woman’s 17-yearold son pulled Easterling off and held him on the floor until police arrived. A 15-year-old boy at Sumter High School was reportedly sent to the Department of Juvenile Justice after reportedly sending an e-mail to the school district containing a bomb threat at 3

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At 2:30 p.m. Thursday, a 9-year-old boy standing in a hallway at Crosswell Drive Elementary School was reportedly pushed against the wall and grabbed by the throat by a parent. The boy told his grandmother, who reported the incident to police. At 5 p.m. Wednesday, a woman in the 2400

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Easter Bartlette sits in her living room underneath a frame of her late husband’s medals and decorations earned during his combat tours in Vietnam, which ended with a mortar hit that left him with serious injuries for the rest of his life.

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It was difficult for Dyson to accept the horrific injuries to the man he knew as such a vibrant individual. “He was a constant source of energy, like a power plant,� Dyson said. “Because he was only 14 years older than me, I always looked at him like he was a big brother.� Bartlette would spend the next five years moving in and out of hospitals for treatment. In the meantime, he lived with his parents in Cherryvale and took up his own “rehab� fishing on the lake behind the house. In time, he also took up bowling. “I saw this guy win bowling trophies with one eye, on an arm he almost lost,� Dyson said. For the last 31 years, Bartlette was married to his childhood friend Easter, who was introduced to him by Bartlette’s cousin during his first stay in Sumter. “I’ve known him since I was 13,� Easter Bartlette said. “His dad was in the service, so they moved around a lot.� When they met again as adults years later, she remembered her initial impression of the young future soldier. “That man was so good-looking,� she said. “I thought he was the best-looking thing walking.� Easter Bartlette brought into the marriage four children from a previous relationship: David, Susan, Lynn and Kimberly. The couple later adopted a child they fostered, Luke. They went on to have 14 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren, the youngest of which


Star, Bronze Star and Purple Heart, with higher honors as a husband, father and great-grandfather. Some who knew him thought he deserved even more recognition for his sacrifice. “I think he should have won the Medal of Honor, and I know a lot of other officials in South Carolina felt the same way,� said Sumter Mayor Joe McElveen, who remembers Bartlette buying motorcycles from his father when they were younger. Bartlette was a young man when he followed his father into the Army. He was deployed to South Vietnam with an artillery unit and stationed at an air base outside Saigon when the base was nearly overrun by Viet Cong forces. After the men of his unit escaped to safety, Bartlette manned a .50-caliber machine gun alone, holding off the enemy forces until he was struck by a mortar round. The wounded vet took shrapnel to twothirds of his body, suffered burns and lost an eye. He was airlifted to a field hospital and spent a year recovering in the Walter Reed Army Medical Center. For Bartlette’s nephew Jim Dyson, who was 9 at the time of his uncle’s injuries, memories of that time are tied together with the rising anti-war movement and the aftermath of Martin Luther King’s assassination. His mother visited her brother in the Washington hospital and described seeing burnt-out cars and having to drive around masses of protestors.

The one time Bartlette’s family heard him talk about his wartime experiences was during a previous Veterans Day event for members of Shiloh Pentecostal Holiness Church. “The tales he told me prove he was a hero,� said Bartlette’s pastor, Bobby Driggers. “He didn’t get the recognition he deserved, but he went from being a soldier to protect us to being a soldier in God’s army, and today he’s getting the rewards he deserves.� Nephew Dyson credits his wife and children with bringing Bartlette a lot of peace and happiness in his final years. “His faith increased too,� he said. “I think he blamed God for a long time for what happened, but he changed these last few years. He grew stronger and deeper in his faith, and I


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Bartlette held in his arms as a newborn just months before his death. “I was 9 years old when I met him, and I knew right away he was special,� said daughter Lynn Hendershot. “He just had that warmth and kindness. He didn’t treat me like a stepchild. Never even said the word.� The children spent their childhood with Bartlette in the outdoors, fishing and camping. He later became a devoted grandfather, cracking jokes, telling stories and occasionally charging the kids a quarter to remove his glass eye. “He raised us like we were boys,� said daughter Kim Edwards. “He always told us there was no limit to what he could do.� Once, when he got a new glass eye, he put his old one on a necklace and gave it to his wife, telling her he’d “always have my eye on you.� “He loved young folks, and as he got older, he just became a magnet for kids,� Dyson said. Despite the medals he was awarded for his heroism, Bartlette never talked very much about his wartime experiences. “He kept them in a shoe box,� Easter Bartlette said of the medals. “He didn’t want to display them or talk about them.� In the years he knew him after he came back from Vietnam, McElveen only recalls Bartlette telling the story of his injuries once. “I told him, ‘Len, you’re a hero,’ and he said, ‘I just did what I was supposed to do.’�




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BAN ON WORKPLACE DISCRIMINATION: Voting 64 for and 32 against, the Senate on Nov. 7 passed a bill (S 815) to outlaw workplace discrimination based on one’s sexual orientation or gender identity just as existing federal laws prohibit bias at work based on race, sex, nationality, religion, age or disability. Now before the House, the bill applies to private and public employers, labor unions, employment agencies and labormanagement committees in their treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals. The bill exempts religious organizations, allowing them to consider one’s sexual orientation and gender identity in making employment decisions, and also exempts the personnel practices of businesses with fewer than 15 employees. A yes vote was to send the bill to the House, where GOP leaders say they will not schedule a floor vote. VOTE S-1 slugged WORKPLACE

| SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: None Voting no: Lindsey Graham, R, Tim Scott, R Not voting: None EXEMPTIONS BASED ON RELIGION: Voting 43 for and 55 against, the Senate on Nov. 7 defeated an amendment to greatly expand the number and types of organizations exempted from S 815 (above) on the basis of religion. Modeled after Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the underlying bill does not apply to houses of worship or affiliated organizations primarily involved in religious activities. This amendment sought to also exempt hospitals, schools, charities and other entities solely on the basis that they are owned, controlled by or officially linked to a house of worship or a religiously affiliated organization. A yes vote was to broaden exemptions in the bill based on religion. VOTE S-2 slugged RELIGION SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Graham, Scott Voting no: None Not voting: None Š 2013, Thomas Voting Reports Inc.

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Growers try to get apples to ‘sleep’ CENTRAL LAKE, Mich. (AP) — This year’s Michigan apple crop is expected to be 10 times as plentiful as last year’s puny output. While the big bounce-back is welcomed in the nation’s third-largest apple-producing state, the bounty presents its own challenges: How do growers, packers and processors maximize storage to avoid flooding stores with the fruit, thus crashing the market and lowering growers’ profits? The answer, as it turns out, lies in getting the apples to go to sleep — and stay that way. Two techniques — one relatively new, the other a play on time-tested refrigeration — are keeping apples fresh and flavorful longer than ever, with some varieties “sleeping� for as many as 9 to 10 months to keep consumers happy until

the next harvest. A fairly recent innovation called 1-methylcyclopropene, or 1-MCP, temporarily stops apples’ ability to respond to their own cues for ripening. They are sealed inside a room where blowing fans spread the 1-MCP compound in a gaseous form, so it can work its way inside the fruit. Known commercially as “SmartFresh,� it “has been a game-changer for apple storage and is partly responsible for the up-trending consumption of apples in the U.S. over the last 5 to 10 years,� Michigan State University horticulture professor Randy Beaudry said. He is involved in updating a traditional apple refrigeration method known as “controlled-atmosphere storage,� or “CA,� to double the time

Honeycrisp apples can be stored. In a typical year, Michigan’s 9.2 million trees produce 20 million to 23 million bushels, pumping up to $900 million into the economy. The state’s 2013 harvest is projected to be about 30 million bushels, which roughly equals out to 382 mediumsized apples for every state resident or 12 for every American. Yet, its 2012 crop was about 90 percent smaller, the biggest apple crop loss since the 1940s, according to the Michigan Apple Committee, a nonprofit funded by the state’s growers. Apple trees bloomed early because of an extraordinary heat wave in March, followed by a series of frosts and freezes that killed most of the blossoms.

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Big week for country music stars and Chevy dealers COMMENTARY



t has been four years almost to the day since I wrote a column titled, “Sumter County is taking over the country music world.” If you forgot to cut it out for your Sumter Daily Item scrapbook, you can find it here: Among the topics of the screed were Frank Rogers, a Sumter native and famous record producer for Trace Adkins, Brad Paisley, Josh Turner, Darius Rucker and others; a chance enGraham counter with OSTEEN Frank and Margaret Moses at the Big Tuna in Georgetown; and country singer Lee Brice. I had met him earlier that week at an annual event on the coast called “Songwriters in the Round.” It was hosted by my friend Phillip Lammonds, also a songwriter and musician, and a founding member of the legendary “Blue Dogs” of South Carolina, along with Bobby Houck and Hank Futch. Anyway, Brice was apparently just starting to get famous. Now he’s really famous,

having won the country Song of the Year, “I Drive My Truck,” at the 47th Country Music Association awards Wednesday night. You can read all about it here: His parents are Carlleene and Kenny Brice of Sumter. Congratulations to Brice and his family on their continued success. ••• Speaking of trucks: Congratulations also this week to John T. Jones Jr. of Sumter’s Jones Chevrolet-Cadillac for his nomination as the 2014 TIME Dealer of the Year award. It couldn’t have happened to a nicer person. John and his brother Jim (who is also a nice person and a fine drummer) own and operate the business, which was begun in 1966 by their late father, John Sr., as Jones Chevrolet. Their sister is the lovely Sara Lynn Jones Curtis, who is married to Bobby Curtis of Sumter. Bobby knew my wife and one of her sisters before I did, but that’s another story for another day. John’s sons, John III and Robert, now represent the third generation in the business.


Read the associated column to understand the significance of the 1991 Jones Chevrolet Suburban, far right.

If you pay attention to the nameplates on the backs of automobiles while driving, then you know it’s impossible to go anywhere in the Palmetto State without noticing the Jones name on a vehicle somewhere during the journey. Try it sometime. It’ll pass the time effectively on a long trip, much like that car game we played as kids where you count cows, then bury them when a cemetery pops up on your side. I remember that game as a constant source of argument


with my own brothers. It seems so-called modern kids like to watch DVDs slack-jawed with headphones on, but we always had fun playing “Bury the Cow” back in the day while riding in one of our many Jones Chevrolet station wagons. It was a simpler time, before the Internet. ••• The art accompanying today’s column features an example of two brand new shiny Ford trucks belonging

to some folks who live across the street from our family’s place at Murrells Inlet. The beauty on the far right, however, is a 1991 Jones Chevrolet Suburban which has been in our family since its birth. I am proud to be the custodian, and it still runs great. Graham Osteen is EditorAt-Large of The Item. He can be reached at Follow him on Twitter @GrahamOsteen, or visit


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t seems like state and local governments across the country are pursuing an old mission with a new eagerness these days. Their priorities seem to concentrate on just three things — jobs, jobs, jobs. Don’t get me wrong; I’m all for a booming economy with full employment just as much as the next person. And, with serious problems in Washington and with global ECKSTROM economic pressures challenging our comfortable way of life, job creation definitely should be a high priority. There’s no doubt the U.S. economy is changing, requiring our workforce to develop higher-level, technical skills; and our businesses to quickly react to a fast changing, ever-morecompetitive landscape. All of this helps explain why we’re seeing state and local governments rush headlong into economic development with more gusto (and dollars) than ever. Setting aside the larger policy questions about this activity, which I believe center on whether government ought to give economic incentives to some businesses and not to others, if governments insist on doing it they ought to be as transparent with it as possible. The problem is, in South Carolina we’re not very transparent in this area. But just as governments and their programs are always expanding so is the transparency movement, and economic development is the latest place

where open government advocates seek more sunshine. Yet I don’t bring this up just because public policy advocates might think it’s a good idea. I bring this up because it’s serious business that consumes surprising amounts of public money — your money. This past August, the S.C. Board of Economic Advisors released a report showing the cost of state incentives awarded in fiscal 2011 for economic development. The total — almost $390 million. Mind you, that’s just for one year, and it doesn’t include what cities and counties provided that year in tax breaks and other enticements for companies to locate or expand in their areas. Here’s one way to put the $390 million into perspective: If you added up this year’s budgets for the State Law Enforcement Division, the S.C. Department of Public Safety, the state Attorney General’s Office and the S.C. Judicial Department, you’d still have about $40 million left to spend before equaling the amount the state gave to businesses for economic development in 2011. Surprising, isn’t it? But here’s the rub: While we have access to a few summarized totals, we don’t know much else about this public spending on economic development incentives on our behalf. We don’t know specific amounts that individual companies are receiving in job development tax credits and many other kinds of tax incentives. We don’t know how many jobs are ultimately created and how

much capital investment is ultimately made by firms receiving our incentives compared to the job and investment totals those companies committed they would meet. At least, most South Carolinians don’t know those important details — and cannot find them out — because almost all of this information is “privileged” under state law, including the S.C. Freedom of Information Act. The argument for this secrecy: It’s considered to be either confidential taxpayer information or company trade secrets. As a certified public accountant and South Carolina’s comptroller general overseeing the state’s accounting system, I understand the sensitive nature of this information. But isn’t that really the whole point here? We’re talking about public dollars for a public purpose going into bank accounts of private companies. And in my opinion if you’re reaching into the public purse you ought to disclose what you pull out just like everybody else has to and what you give back in return. I mean, how else can we know whether we’re getting our money’s worth with all of this economic development spending? Several states, including Indiana and Arizona, require much greater transparency in their economic development expenditures. They’re able to deal with the sensitivity issues. It’s time that South Carolina did, too. Richard Eckstrom, a CPA, is the comptroller general of South Carolina and commander of the S.C. State Guard.

SUMTER COUNTY COUNCIL DISTRICT 1 Naomi Sanders 5605 Borden Road Rembert, SC 29128 (803) 499-3947 (home) DISTRICT 2 Artie Baker 3680 Bakersfield Lane Dalzell, SC 29040 803-469-3638 (home) DISTRICT 3 Jimmy R. Byrd Jr. 1084 Broad St. Sumter, SC 29150 (803) 778-0796 (office) (803) 775-2726 (FAX) DISTRICT 4 Charles T. Edens 760 Henderson St. Sumter, SC 29150 (803) 775-0044 (home) DISTRICT 5 Vivian Fleming-McGhaney 9770 Lynches River Road Lynchburg, SC 29080 (803) 437-2797 (home) (803) 495-3247 (office) DISTRICT 6 Larry Blanding Chairman P.O. Box 1446 Sumter, SC 29151 (803) 775-8518 (home) DISTRICT 7 Eugene Baten Vice chairman P.O. Box 3193 Sumter, SC 29151 (803) 773-0815 (home)

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Rep. Phillip Lowe, R-Florence District 60 507 W. Cheves St. Florence, SC 29501 (843) 662-1234 Columbia: (803) 734-2975 Rep. Joe Neal, D-Hopkins District 70 P.O. Box 5 Hopkins, SC 29061 (803) 776-0353 Fax: (803) 734-9142 Columbia: (803) 734-2804 Rep. Dr. Robert L. Ridgeway III, D-Clarendon District 64 117 N. Brooks St. Manning, SC 29102 (803) 938-3087 Columbia: (803) 212-6929 Rep. Ronnie A. Sabb, D-Greeleyville District 101 P.O. Box 311, Greeleyville, 29056 (843) 355-5349 Columbia: (803) 212-6926 Rep. Murrell Smith Jr., R-Sumter District 67 P.O. Box 580 Sumter, SC 29151 (803) 778-2471 Fax: (803) 778-1643 Columbia: (803) 734-3042 Rep. J. David Weeks, D-Sumter District 51 2 Marlborough Court Sumter, SC 29154 (803) 775-5856 Columbia: (803) 734-3102 Sen. Gerald Malloy, D-Darlington District 29 1216 Salem Road Hartsville, SC 29550 (843) 339-3000 Columbia: (803) 212-6148

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JEARLEAN WEARY Jearlean Weary, 102, of Sumter, died Monday, Nov. 4, 2013, in Philadelphia. Visitation will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013, folWEARY lowed by a funeral service at 10:30 a.m. at Bringhurst Funeral Home at West Laurel Hill Cemetery, 225 Belmont Ave., Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004. www. ROLAND E. BURGESS Roland Eugene Burgess, 58, beloved husband of Remona Burgess, died on Saturday,

Nov. 9, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Plans will be announced by Bullock Funeral Home.

GLORIA ANN GLASSCOCK Gloria Ann Glasscock, 80, wife of William E. Glasscock Jr., died Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Born in Rhode Island, she was the daughter of the late Rosario Ferrelli and Fernanda Pinocci Ferrelli. Mrs. Glasscock was a homemaker who also

volunteered at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. She was a member of Faith Presbyterian Church. In addition to her husband of Sumter, she is survived by two sons, Rusty Glasscock (Pam) of Dalzell and William Ellis Glasscock III (Dianne) of Sumter; two daughters, Kim Marie Geddings (Levy) of Sumter and Lisa Ann Brunson (Joseph) of Manning; six grandchildren; and two greatgrandchildren. She was predeceased by a grandson, William Horace Geddings. Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Faith Presbyterian Church with the Rev.


Billy Lewis and the Rev. Thomas Timmons officiating. Burial will follow in the Evergreen Memorial Park cemetery. Pallbearers will be Alex Glasscock, Jacob Geddings, Joey Brunson, Michael Burrell and Zachary Glasscock. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 128 Stonemark Lane, Columbia, SC 29210. Online condolences may be sent to www. Elmore-Hill-McCreight Funeral Home

and Crematory, 221 Broad St., Sumter, is in charge of the arrangements. (803) 775-9386

JUNIOR McFADDEN OLANTA — Junior McFadden, 66, husband of Oneita Blackwell McFadden, died Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013, at Lake City Community Hospital, Lake City. He was born Dec. 27, 1946, in Olanta. He is the son of the late Felix McFadden and Annie Knight McFadden. Family is receiving friends at the home of his daughter and sonin-law Gloria and Harry



Frierson, 538 Lynch Road, Coward. These services have been entrusted to Samuels Funeral Home LLC of Manning.

ANNIE T. SMITH MANNING — Annie Tindal Smith, 66, wife of John Henry Smith, died Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center, Sumter. She was born Jan. 1, 1947, in Manning. She is the daughter of the late James and Juanita Tindal Sr. Family are receiving friends at the home, 1395 Pine Bluff Square, Manning. These services have been entrusted to Samuels Funeral Home LLC of Manning.

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service members who have won the combat medal. “We want Sumter to be known as a veteran-friendly city,” said Don Kellum, the local chapter’s historian. The group says the Purple Heart City designation will grant recognition to combat-wounded veterans, promote patriotism in the wider community, “and most importantly, make sure we never forget those that serve our nation in the defense of freedom,” according to a statement from the group. The proposal was referred to retired Air Force Maj. Gen. William “Dutch” Holland, the city’s director for military relations, who formally asked council to approve the resolution at its meeting Tuesday. He noted the city’s long history of respect for military service while Purple Heart recipients looked on in their purple shirts. “You see all these men here wearing purple,” he told council members. “They earned it the hard way.” Part of Sumter’s new status will include signs posted at the main roadways heading into the city


Signs like this one, found along Interstate 35, will soon be seen around Sumter as the Gamecock City was recently designated a Purple Heart City.

declaring Sumter as a Purple Heart City. The website lists several examples spotted along the “National Purple Heart Trail.” But the city’s resolution doesn’t set aside any money for that part of the project. “We haven’t gotten down yet to the expenditures,” Holland said. “I’m sure the cost won’t be very much ... It may come down to private donations or having a fundraiser.” The resolution was approved only days before Veterans Day, and the formal announcement is scheduled to take place during the annual Veterans Day event on

the lawn of the Sumter County Courthouse at 11 a.m. Monday, when Mayor Joe McElveen will read out the city’s resolution. The Purple Heart is awarded in the name of the president to any U.S. service members killed or wounded in combat while in service to their country. It evolved from the Badge of Military Merit created by Gen. George Washington for soldiers of the Continental Army in 1782, making it one of the oldest decorations still in use today. Approximately 7 million service members wounded in combat have been awarded the Purple Heart.

the Marshals was able to locate Jordan in Sumter County after he was entered into a national criminal database. The warrant accuses Jordan of being involved in a home invasion in Ann Arbor in which a University of Michigan student was killed, although Dennis could not identify the victim. A report in the Detroit Free Press tied the arrest of Jordan and a second, unidentified man also arrested in North Charleston to the slaying of medical student Paul DeWolf. DeWolf was found dead of a gunshot wound in the basement room of a fraternity house on July 24, the morning after a burglary was reported at the home next door. Dennis confirmed Jordan’s arrest is connected to the North Charleston arrest and said the latter case was assisted by military investigators. DeWolf was an Air Force second lieutenant who was working in a VA hospital at the time of his death. Ann Arbor detectives were present at the time of Jordan’s arrest and questioned him in Sumter. Five separate search warrants were also executed at the home to collect evidence related to the case. The sheriff said from his involvement in the investigation, he expects Ann Arbor police to charge Jordan in the slaying. “It’s a homicide investigation, so he will be charged with murder,” Dennis said.

WWII Doolittle Raiders make final toast in Ohio DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — The last of the Doolittle Raiders, all in their 90’s, offered a final toast Saturday to their fallen comrades, as they pondered their place in history after a day of fanfare about their 1942 attack on Japan. “May they rest in peace,” Lt. Col. Richard Cole, 98, said before the three Raiders present sipped an 1896 cognac from specially engraved silver goblets. The cognac was saved for the occasion after being passed down from their late commander, Lt. Gen. James “Jimmy” Dolittle, who was

born in 1896. In a ceremony held Saturday evening at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force near Dayton, Ohio, hundreds of people, including family members of deceased Raiders, watched as the three Raiders each called out “here” as a historian read the names of all 80 of the original airmen. A B-25 bomber flyover helped cap an afternoon memorial tribute in which a wreath was placed at the Doolittle Raider monument outside the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force near Day-

ton. Museum officials estimated some 10,000 people turned out for Veterans Day weekend events honoring the 1942 mission credited with rallying American morale and throwing the Japanese off balance. Acting Air Force Secretary Eric Fanning said America was at a low point, after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and other Axis successes, before “these 80 men who showed the nation that we were nowhere near defeat.” He noted that all volunteered for a mission with high risks throughout, from the launch

of B-25 bombers from a carrier at sea, the attack on Tokyo, and lack of fuel to reach safe bases. Only four of the 80 are still alive. The Raiders said, at the time, they didn’t realize their mission would be considered an important event in turning the war’s tide. It inflicted little damage, physically, but changed Japanese strategy while firing up Americans. “It was what you do ... over time, we’ve been told what effect our raid had on the war and the morale of the people,” Lt. Col. Edward Saylor, 93, said

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in an interview. The Brusset, Mont., native, who now lives in Puyallup, Wash., said he was one of the lucky ones. “There were a whole bunch of guys in World War II; a lot of people didn’t come back,” he said. Staff Sgt. David Thatcher, 92, of Missoula, Mont., said during the war, the raid seemed like “one of many bombing missions.” The most harrowing part for him was the crash-landing of his plane, depicted in the movie “Thirty Seconds over Tokyo.”







BANKS — All area banks and credit unions will be closed Monday. GOVERNMENT — The following will be closed Monday: federal government offices; U.S. Postal Service; state government offices; City of Sumter offices; County of Sumter offices; Clarendon County offices; and Lee County offices. SCHOOLS — The following will be closed Monday: Sumter School District; Wilson Hall; and St. Anne Catholic School. Lee County Public Schools will observe a teacher in-service day on Monday and there will be no student attendance. Central Carolina Technical College will observe a faculty/staff work day on Monday and there will be no classes. UTILITIES — Farmers Telephone Coop. and Black River Coop. will be open Monday. OTHER — The Sumter County Library will be closed Monday. All offices of The Item will be open Monday.


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Johnson, USC men rout Longwood in season opener BY PETE IACOBELLI The Associated Press COLUMBIA — Tyrone Johnson was excited he made a quick impact for South Carolina. He was even happier it helped the Gamecocks to victory.

Johnson, a Villanova transfer who last played in 2012, was cleared by the NCAA this week and on Sat- JOHNSON urday scored a career-high 18

points to lead the Gamecocks to an 82-44 victory over Longwood, their 13th straight win in a season MARTIN opener. Johnson had prac-

ticed with the Gamecocks since enrolling last January, yet wasn’t expected on the court until Dec. 17 against Manhattan when the school’s first semester was over. Instead, coach Frank Martin got the call Friday that the

6-foot-3 guard from Plainfield, N.J., could play against the Lancers. When Martin called Johnson with the news, “he just started screaming on the phone.’’ Johnson was more composed on court, hit-

ting the Gamecocks first basket and going on to surpass his previous high of 14 points set for the Wildcats against Connecticut in February 2012. “Today, 18 points was SEE USC, PAGE B3

Keselowski’s title reign will soon be over BY JENNA FRYER The Associated Press

coach Reggie Kennedy said of Mauldin, which is 7-4 on the season. The Mavs have scored 546 points this season, leaving them just short of averaging 50 points a game. However, they’ve allowed 420 points. While Kennedy and the Gamecocks will be turning their focus toward Mauldin, the first-year SHS head coach is proud of what his team has accomplished.

AVONDALE, Ariz. — Brad Keselowski rolled into Phoenix International Raceway a year ago locked into a tight championship battle with Jimmie Johnson, and left the track poised to claim his first Sprint Cup title. Back at the track where his fortunes turned, Keselowski is a KESELOWSKI mere spectator to this year’s title fight. “I’m relaxed, but not in a good way,’’ he admitted. “I’d much JOHNSON rather be fighting for a championship, everyone can agree with that.’’ Instead, it’s Johnson, again, KENSETH in the mix. The 5-time champion leads Matt Kenseth by seven points — the same margin Johnson held over Keselowski at this stage last season — heading into Sunday’s penultimate race at Phoenix. Barring some sort of collapse by both drivers, it will be either Johnson or Kenseth who claims the Sprint Cup trophy following next week’s finale at Homestead. And with that, Keselowski’s reign will come to an official end.




Sumter High School earned a No. 7 seed for the 4A Division I state playoffs and will host 10th-seeded Mauldin on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Sumter Memorial Stadium’s Freddie Solomon Field.

Mavs matchup at Memorial Sumter hosts high-scoring Mauldin in 4A Division I playoff opener on Friday BY DENNIS BRUNSON The Sumter High School football team will be getting that home game in the first round of the 4A Division I state playoffs, and the Gamecocks will be getting a doozy of an opening-round opponent. SHS found out on Saturday it is the No. 7 seed and will play host to No. 10 seed Mauldin next Friday at Sumter

Memorial Stadium’s Freddie Solomon Field. What makes the Mavericks such intriguing foes can be summed up in the final score of their 13-point victory over Boiling Springs on Friday — 83-70. “We don’t know much KENNEDY about other than the little bit of film we’ve watched, and they can score a lot of points,” Sumter head

EC tennis swept in 1A finals



East Clarendon No. 3 singles player Jordan Evans hits a return during her 6-0, 6-1 loss to Christ Church’s Sitton Furman during the 1A state championship on Saturday at Cayce Tennis and Fitness Center in Cayce. The Lady Wolverines were swept 6-0.

CAYCE — The East Clarendon High School girls tennis team is a family. Win or lose, the Lady Wolverines stick together and tht couldn’t be more evident than in the journey they’ve had the last three seasons. The journey came to an end on Saturday at the Cayce Tennis and Fitness Center one victory short of a state title. EC was swept by Christ Church of Green-

CHRIST CHURCH 6, EAST CLARENDON 0 SINGLES 1 — Olivia Lucas (CC) defeated Morgan Keefe 6-0, 6-0. 2 — Anna Thompson (CC) defeated Sidney Coker 6-1, 6-0. 3 — Sitton Furman (CC) defeated Jordan Evans 6-0, 6-1. 4 — Grace Wells (CC) defeated Ella Pate 6-1, 6-3. 5 — Nila Veerabagu (CC) defeated Ashlee Lineberger 6-0, 6-1. DOUBLES 1 — Did not play. 2 — Paula Pieper/Jenna Taylor (CC) defeated Heather Knowlton/ Taylor Kirby 6-0, 6-4.

ville 6-0 in the 1A state title match. “We played a good match and I’m proud of all the girls,” East Clarendon head coach Catherine Kirby said. “We have noth-

ing to be ashamed of; we’re a small school and we competed well.” The Lady Cavaliers, who finished the year with a SEE EC, PAGE B6

Witherspoon earns starting spot for North Greenville football 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.


head start has helped freshman Rochar Witherspoon earn a starting position in the North Greenville University football secondary. The Manning High School graduate reported to campus for summer school and started conditioning and skills drills with teammates. He opened the season

as a reserve, coming into games in the nickel package. He started four of the past five games entering Saturday’s action. “I’m doing way better WITHERSPOON than I expected,” Witherspoon said. Through nine games for the 5-4 Crusaders, he

had 26 tackles and one forced fumble and recovery. He had six tackles on Oct. 19 against Mars Hill and five stops in each of the next two games. “He kind of exceeded expectations,” secondary coach Brian Mance, himself a Manning High graduate, said. “We didn’t know he was going to SEE BOXLEITNER, PAGE B4





Vandy earns historic victory Commodores’ Gainesville win 1st since 1945 GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Tyler Murphy’s four turnovers led to three touchdowns, helping Vanderbilt embarrass Florida 34-17 Saturday for the program’s first win in Gainesville since 1945. The Commodores snapped a 22-game losing streak in the lopsided series. It was another signature win for Vanderbilt, which knocked off Southeastern Conference powerhouses Georgia and Florida in the same season for the first time in school history. Murphy completed 28 of 45 passes for a careerhigh 297 yards. But his three interceptions — he also lost a fumble — were key. (7) AUBURN TENNESSEE

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Nick Marshall gained 214 of Auburn’s 444 yards rushing and the seventh-ranked Tigers scored on a punt return and kickoff return in a 55-23 victory over Tennessee. Marshall ran for two touchdowns on just 14 carries and threw for a third score. Tre Mason rushed for 117 yards and three touchdowns. (9) MISSOURI KENTUCKY

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LEXINGTON, Ky. — Maty Mauk threw five touchdown passes, four to Dorial Green-Beckham,




Vanderbilt quarterback Patton Robinette (4) runs past Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison (3) for a touchdown in the first half of the Commodores’ 34-17 victory on Saturday in Gainesville, Fla.

and No. 9 Missouri cruised past Kentucky 48-17. Making his fourth consecutive start in place of the injured James Franklin, the Tigers’ redshirt freshman completed 17 of 28 attempts for 203 yards. (11) TEXAS A&M MISSISSIPPI ST.

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Johnny Manziel threw for 446 yards and tied a career-high with five touchdown passes to lead No. 11 Texas A&M to a 51-41 win over Mississippi State in what could be the Heisman Trophy winner’s

last home game. Mississippi State cut the lead to 10 points early in the fourth quarter, but Manziel threw his fifth touchdown pass to make it 44-27 for A&M (8-2, 4-2). MISSISSIPPI ARKANSAS

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OXFORD, Miss. — Bo Wallace threw for a careerhigh 407 yards and three touchdowns, Donte Moncrief had 149 yards receiving and a touchdown and Mississippi beat Arkansas 34-24 afternoon. Wallace completed 26 of 33 passes for Ole Miss

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ATHENS, Ga. — Aaron Murray threw two touchdown passes to set the SEC career record, and Georgia broke open a close game with a dominant second half to beat Appalachian State 45-6. Todd Gurley, J.J. Green and Brendan Douglas ran for touchdowns as Georgia (6-3) outscored the Mountaineers 31-0 in the second half.



’Noles rout Demon Deacons 59-3 WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Third-ranked Florida State finally discovered a defense that can cool off Jameis Winston and the Seminoles’ high-powered offense. Its own. Florida State (9-0, 7-0) tied a school record with six interceptions, returned turnovers for touchdowns on consecutive plays and gave the offense short fields throughout a 59-3 rout of Wake Forest on Saturday that clinched a spot in the Atlantic Coast Conference title game. Winston threw two touchdown passes while leading an offense that gained just 296 total yards — well off its ACC-leading average of 549. He was 17 of 28 for 159 yards in two-plus quarters with an 18-yard TD to Kelvin Benjamin and a 2-yarder to Chad Abram that made it 42-0 at halftime. DUKE N.C. STATE

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Marquise Williams recorded a touchdown passing, rushing and receiving to help North Carolina beat Virginia 45-14. BOSTON COLLEGE NEW MEXICO ST.

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LAS CRUCES, N.M. — Boston College tailback Andre Williams scored on two long runs in the fourth quarter Saturday to help the Eagles pull away from a stubborn New Mexico State team and escape with a 48-34 victory at Aggie Memorial Stadium.

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ORANGEBURG — Richard Cue ran for one score and threw for another and South Carolina State won 25-21 when Florida A&M University fumbled the ball away on the game’s final drive. Cue was 13 of 25 for 186 yards passing, including a 28-yard TD pass to Dennis Roe. 35 14

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K-State rolls by Texas Tech 49-26



CHATANOOGA, Tenn. — Jacob Huesman rushed for 116 yards and threw for another 151 to help Chattanooga beat Wofford 20-10.


yards and three touchdowns to lead No. 15 Oklahoma State to a 42-6 victory over Kansas. Desmond Roland added 44 yards and a touchdown on 16 rushes for the Cowboys (8-1, 5-1), who won their fifth straight game. Roland also had a 19-yard reception early in the second quarter that gave OSU a 21-0 lead. (21) WISCONSIN BYU

ELON, N.C. — Ben Dupree threw for one touchdown and rushed for three more to lead Citadel in a crushing 35-10 victory over Elon on Saturday. Dupree threw only six times for four completions and 166 yards. But his 65-yard touchdown pass to fullback Darien Robinson early in the third quarter would mark the beginning of the end for Elon as it gave the Bulldogs (4-6, 4-4) a 21-10 lead from which they would never look back. The Citadel scored a total of four unanswered touchdowns and its offensive total of 424 yards was nearly twice that of Elon (2-8, 1-5).



LUBBOCK, Texas — Jake Waters and Daniel Sams each ran for two touchdowns and Waters passed for another score to lead Kansas State over No. 25 Texas Tech 49-26 on Saturday. Sams’ TDs came on a 1-yard rush and a 5-yarder, and Waters scored from 1 yard and 13 yards. Waters threw a 20-yard touchdown to Tramaine Thompson. John Hubertfinished with 157 yards on 23 carries to lead the Wildcats.

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LYNCHBURG, Va. — Desmond Rice ran for three touchdowns, two in the second quarter, to carry Liberty past Presbyterian, 35-14. Rice, who carried 22 times for 96 yards, bulled in from the 1 to make it 14-0 in the second quarter, then broke around right end to make it 21-7 at intermission.

DURHAM, N.C. — DeVon Edwards scored three touchdowns, two on interception returns in a span of 16 seconds to help Duke beat North Carolina State 38-20 on Saturday, securing the Blue Devils’ first winning season in nearly two decades. Brandon Connette (7-2, 3-2) put Duke up for good with a 5-yard keeper with 3:31 left for a 24-20 lead. Edwards took care of the rest, returning interceptions 25 yards and 45 yards on consecutive plays to blow the game open. 45 14

NORTH CHARLESTON — Christian Reyes ran for two touchdowns and over 100 yards Saturday as Charleston Southern held off Coastal Carolina for a 31-26 victory in front of a record crowd at Buccaneer Field. Reyes ran for 22 carries and 109 yards, pushing the Buccaneers into their fourth 300-yard rushing game of the season. Charleston Southern’s victory set a program record for wins and puts the Buccaneers in a position to REYES win their first outright conference championship. The Chanticleers (9-1, 3-1 Big South Conference) trailed 24-6 at the half, but De’Angelo Henderson ran 42 yards for a TD to pull Coastal Carolina within two TDs. A TD pass from Alex Ross to Thomas Pauciello made it a five-point game. Charleston Southern (10-1, 3-0) held possession for 40:34 with 62 percent third-down efficiency.


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MADISON, Wis. — James White ran for two touchdowns and caught a pass for another score, and No. 21 Wisconsin stalled BYU’s fast-paced offense in a 27-17 victory. White finished with 147 yards

rushing, while Chris Borland looked just fine coming back from a hamstring injury in flying around the field for 13 tackles and two sacks for the Badgers (7-2). (23) ARIZONA STATE UTAH

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SALT LAKE CITY — Taylor Kelly ran for a touchdown and threw for another in the fourth quarter and No. 23 Arizona State came from behind to beat Utah 20-19 . Sun Devils All-America defensive tackle Will Sutton sealed the victory with an interception at the 25. From wire reports

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GREENVILLE — Reese Hannon was 10 of 14 passing for 159 yards with a touchdown, leading Furman to a 35-17 victory over Samford. From wire reports

COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCORES STATE Saturday Citadel 35, Elon 10 Furman 35, Samford 17 Chattanooga 20, Wofford 10 Charleston Southern 31, Coastal Carolina 26 Liberty 35, Presbyterian 14 South Carolina State 25, Florida A&M 21 Carson-Newman 52, Newberry 31 Catawba 20, North Greenville 17 Lane 48, Benedict 13 ACC Saturday (3) Florida State 59, Wake Forest 3 (14) Miami vs. Virginia Tech, late (24) Notre Dame at Pittsburgh, late North Carolina 45, Virginia 14 Syracuse 20, Maryland 3 Duke 38, North Carolina State 20 Boston College 48, New Mexico State 34 SEC Saturday (1) Alabama vs. (10) LSU, late (7) Auburn 55, Tennessee 23 (9) Missouri 48, Kentucky 17 (11) Texas A&M 51, Mississippi State 41 Mississippi 34, Arkansas 24 Vanderbilt 34, Florida 17 Georgia 45, Appalachian State 6 TOP 25 Thursday (6) Stanford 26, (2) Oregon 20 (5) Baylor 41, (12) Oklahoma 12 Friday (20) Louisville 31, Connecticut 10 Saturday (15) Oklahoma State 42, Kansas 6 (16) UCLA at Arizona, late (17) Fresno State at Wyoming, late (19) Central Florida vs. Houston, late (21) Wisconsin 27, BYU 17 (23) Arizona State 20, Utah 19 Kansas State 49, (25) Texas Tech 26







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Virginia Tech guard Devin Wilson (11) sends off a pass in front of South Carolina Upstate center Babatunde Olumuyiwa (34) during the Spartans’ 64-63 upset victory on Saturday in Blacksburg, Va.

USC Upstate stuns Hokies 64-63 BLACKSBURG, Va. — If Florida Gulf Coast can do it, why not us? That’s what USC Upstate coach Eddie Payne wants his team thinking after the Spartans beat Virginia Tech 64-63 in the season opener for both teams on Saturday afternoon. The victory was the first for any team in the Atlantic Sun Conference after seeing league champion FGCU become the first No. 15 seed to reach the round of 16 in the NCAA tournament last year. “That’s a big thing,’’ Payne said of winning on the home court of an Atlantic Coast Conference team. “It gives our youngsters confidence. I think Florida Gulf Coast’s run in the tournament last year gave them a picture of what can be.’’ The Spartans made it happen with torrid second-half shooting from Ty Greene and two huge plays by Babatunde Olumuyiwa. Olumuyiwa made a layup with 1:52 to play to break a 62-



all tie and blocked Jarell Eddie’s shot in the lane after the Hokies hustled down court. Greene scored 15 of his 17 points after halftime. Hokies freshman Devin Jones tracked down the loose ball and tried to feed Cadarian Raines down low, but the ball glanced off Raines’ hand. “Him coming off the bench and giving us that lift,’’ Payne said, “... These are the types of things you’ve got to do to win a game.’’ The Spartans, who also got 13 points from Torrey Craig, won for the first time in eight games against a school from the ACC. Raines scored a career-high 17 points for the Hokies, all in the second half, and Eddie finished with 18, but had just three after halftime. He had a chance to tie it when he was fouled with 1:29 to go, but the normally reliable free throw shooter’s first attempt came up short before he made the second.

USC from Page B1 good,’’ Johnson said. “To me, the `W’ was better.’’ The Gamecocks took control of the Lancers with a 19-4 run in the final five minutes before halftime to lead 37-15 at the break. Tristan Carey had 12 points to lead Longwood, which shot less than 23 percent. Freshman Sindarius Thornwell had 14 points, all in the second half for South Carolina. Last year’s top scorer, Brenton Williams, also added 14 points for the Gamecocks while Michael Carrera had 12 points and nine rebounds. The Gamecocks were led on the boards by Mindaugas Kacinas, who had 14 to top his previous career high of 13 set last season. Kacinas also scored 8 points. “Extremely happy with the way we played,’’ Martin said. “Extremely, extremely happy with our guys.’’ That wasn’t always the case a year ago when the Gamecocks handed Martin his first losing season as a college head coach, including a dreadful 4-14 mark in the Southeastern Conference. So Martin overhauled the roster in year two, bringing in seven freshmen along with Johnson and parting ways with four veterans from Martin’s predecessor as coach, Darrin Horn, in guards Eric Smith, Damien Leonard and Brian Richardson and forward R.J. Slawson. Martin didn’t waste time using them, starting Johnson alongside three freshman in Thornwell, Duane Notice and Demetrius Henry. Still, it wasn’t until veterans Williams and Carrera took the floor that the Gamecocks got going. The



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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Preseason All-America Russ Smith had 21 points and five assists and No. 3 Louisville outscored College of Charleston 22-3 over the final 6:41 on Saturday to pull away to a 70-48 victory in the first game of its national championship defense. Smith’s new backcourtmate Chris Jones, last season’s junior college player of the year, added 12 points and five assists. Charleston trailed 48-45 after freshman Canyon Barry’s hit a 17-footer with 6:55 to play. Then Smith asserted himself, hitting two free throws and driving to find forwards Montrezl Harrell and Wayne Blackshear for easy baskets that gave the Cardinals a 54-45 lead with 5:05 left. Charleston scored again with 2:42 remaining, making it

61-47 and ending a 13-0 Louisville run. (11) OHIO ST. MORGAN ST.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Shannon Scott scored a career-high 16 points and LaQuinton Ross, also starting for the first time as a junior, had 14 points and a personal-best 11 rebounds for Ohio State. (15) GONZAGA BRYANT

SPOKANE, Wash. — Sam Dower had 21 points and a career-high 17 rebounds to lead No. 15 Gonzaga past Bryant 100-76 o in the season opener for both teams. (16) WICHITA ST. EMPORIA ST.

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ROCK HILL — Keon Johnnson’s 3-pointer at 14:28 in the second period turned the game and Winthrop beat Roanoake 93-74 on Saturday in their season opener. Johnson led the Eagles with 19 points, including four 3-pointers. Roanoake was leading 40-37 at the half and Johnson’s big second-period trey gave Winthrop a decisive four point lead that they never relinquished and later extended by as many as 20 points. MARSHALL S.C. STATE

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Elijah Pittman scored 31 points and Ryan Taylor grabbed 10 rebounds Friday night to lift Marshall over South Carolina State 85-69 Matthew Hezekia led the Bulldogs with 19 points and was their only player in double figures. From wire reports

pair scored 13 of 15 points during a four-minute stretch as South Carolina moved in front 18-4 capped by Carrera’s two straight 3-pointers. Longwood rallied with a 7-0 run before the Gamecocks took off, again fueled by Williams and Carrera. Williams had a three and a driving basket to extend the lead to 27-13. Freshman Duane Notice closed the decisive, 19-4 run to the half with back-to-back 3-pointers. “We just had trouble scoring points,’’ said Longwood first-year coach Jayson Gee, a longtime assistant at Cleveland State. “We got ourselves some good shots with Tristan Carey and Lucas Woodhouse, but just couldn’t make them.’’ Carey and Woodhouse were a combined 7 of 29 from field and 3 of 14 from 3-point range. The Lancers of the Big South Conference missed their first seven shots before Carey hit the season’s first bucket nearly six minutes into the game. Longwood shot 13 of 57 (22.7 percent) for the game and were just 4 of 22 from behind the arc. The struggles will likely continue this month for the Big South Conference club, which plays at TCU,


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Penn State and St. John’s over its first six weeks. Martin was very pleased at how his young players responded when pushed. Thornwell, considered the cream of Martin’s young crop, missed all three shots he took in the opening half. Martin said simply during the period that Thornwell wasn’t ready for college basketball. After the break, Thornwell made 4 of 7 shots and 6 of 7 foul shots. “Good players take ownership,’’ Martin said. Martin thanked the NCAA and South Carolina’s compliance office for clearing Johnson. Having Johnson on the court early will speed up the learning curve. The Gamecocks are already minus senior point guard Bruce Ellington, who’s not expected back from football until sometime next month at the earliest, and would’ve had to rely on freshmen like Notice, Thornwell and Jaylen Shaw until Johnson was ready. Now, Johnson’s prepared to carry the load. “Sitting out a year, I think that there are some mistakes I need to fix, but I am happy with the first game for myself and for my teammates,’’ he said. “We will move on to the next.’’


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Kyle Busch wins Nationwide race AVONDALE, Ariz. — Kyle Busch raced to his 12th NASCAR Nationwide Series victory of the year and Austin Dillon maintained his hold on the championship lead with a thirdplace finish at Phoenix International Raceway. Justin Allgaier passed Dillon on the last lap Saturday for second place, and it cost Dillon a point in the standings. Dillon takes an eight-point lead over KYLE BUSCH Sam Hornish Jr. into next week’s season finale at Homestead. Hornish finished fifth. Busch, meanwhile, needs a win at Homestead to match his career best 13-win 2010 season. He has a record 63 victories in the series. CLARENDON HALL JAMES ISLAND CHRISTIAN

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CHARLESTON — Clarendon Hall scored 28 points in the third quarter to pull away to a 50-20 victory over James Island Christian on Friday in the first round of the SCISA 8-man football state playoffs at the JIC field. The Saints, who improved to 8-3 on the season, led 22-14 at halftime. Clarendon Hall rushed for 441 yards. Tailback Tilton McCrea rushed for 195 yards and three touchdowns on 13 carries and caught three passes for 26 yards. He also caught a pass for a 2-point conversion and returned a kickoff 99 yards for a TD. Quarterback Dustin Way rushed for 134 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries and went 7 for 11 passing for 64 yards. Way also added a 2-point conversion run. Daniel Pappas added 50 yards rushing on 10 carries and Gavin Allan ram fpr a touchdown and two 2-point conversions. Clarendon Hall’s defense held 8-2 James Island to 193 yards of total offense. Leading the Saints were Matthew Corbett with six tackles, including two quarterback sacks and Trey Thomas with five ackles, two sacks and three QB pressures. Mac Davis and Gavin Allan also had 6 tackles each and both had a tackle for loss. Clarendon Hall will play at W.W. King on Friday in a semifinal game.

BOXLEITNER from Page B1 come in and be this good this early.” “He has real good feet,” Mance said. “He has good speed. He covers very well. He does a good job reading plays and recognizing routes.” Witherspoon caused and recovered a fumble in the opener. “It was on a blitz,” he said. “I ran and knocked the ball out of the


ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. — Chris Kirk and Briny Baird each made birdie on the 18th hole Saturday to separate themselves from the pack at Sea Island. But not by much. Kirk holed a 25-foot putt for a 2-under 68. Baird followed him with an 8-foot birdie putt for a 67. They were tied for the lead going into the last round, a shot ahead of Kevin Stadler, Brian Gay and John Senden. DUBUISSON LEADS BY 5 IN TURKEY; WOODS IN MIX

ANTALAYA, Turkey — Victor Dubuisson of France opened up a five-shot lead after the third round at the Turkish Airlines Open on Saturday, while Tiger Woods kept himself in the mix despite three bogeys on the back nine. Dubuisson opened with four straight birdies and added five more in a bogey-free 9-under 63. He moved to 21-under 195 to distance himself from the field. Ian Poulter was alone in second after a 68, while Woods and Henrik Stensson were among four players sitting another shot back. Woods had three birdies on the front nine but then mixed three birdies with three bogeys in a six-hole stretch starting at the 11th. He finished with an improbable birdie or a 68. HIGA, ICHINOSE, OYAMA SHARE MIZUNO CLASSIC LEAD

SHIMA, Japan — Japan’s Mamiko Higa, Yuki Ichinose and Shiho Oyama shared the second-round lead Saturday in the Mizuno Classic, the final tournament in the LPGA Tour’s 5-event Asian swing. Higa and Ichinose shot 6-under 66 to match Oyama at 8 under at Kintetsu Kashikojima. Oyama, the first-round leader, had her second straight 68. NBA RAPTORS JAZZ

Some will say he went out with a whimper. In failing to qualify for the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship, Keselowski wasn’t eligible to defend his title. But he’s proud he defeated five-time champion Johnson a year ago — a feat only he and Tony Stewart have accomplished since 2006. “To me, knowing the playing field and how it all works, it’s something I take a lot more pride in than if I didn’t understand the playing field,’’ Keselowski said. “Obviously, that team is immune to the cycles that everyone else is, and to beat them is a very large accomplishment in this sport. Whether that was Tony the year before me, and then myself, they are just a great team and it takes a clutch effort to beat them. I’m proud of the fact we were able to deliver last year.’’ Keselowski did get some assistance in winning his title from Johnson’s own misfortunes. At Phoenix, Johnson blew a tire and finished 32nd. Keselowski finished sixth and had a comfortable 20-point lead going into the finale, where Johnson had a mechanical failure. Keselowski took some of the credit for Johnson’s issues, claiming he toyed with Johnson during practice at Phoenix — a notion Johnson dismissed Friday, “I don’t even remember that. What did he do?’’ But Keselowski’s idea of toying with Johnson was never letting up, and running him hard every session. He doesn’t believe combating that type of attack is Johnson’s strength, and Kenseth would be wise to take that approach the next two weeks. “For (Johnson), I wouldn’t want to have to race somebody that is going to race me hard because that is not their wheelhouse. That was one of our strengths last year,’’ Keselowski said. “If I was going to give Matt a piece of advice, I’d say run the hell out of him every time you can. Run (Johnson) hard because that’s his weakness.’’ Keselowski believes it contributed to Johnson’s tire problem at Phoenix that ultimately

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TORONTO — Tyler Hansbrough scored a season-high 23 points, DeMar DeRozan added 18 and the Toronto Raptors snapped a 7-game home losing streak against Utah, routing the winless Jazz 115-91 Saturday night. From staff, wire reports

quarterback’s hand. I was downed right away.” He has been covering mostly wideouts, especially those on deep routes. He said he has matched up well in size against opponents, though he’s become better prepared to handling the physical demands of college ball. “In college it’s more about technique,” he said. “I have a better tackling technique so I know how to get them down better without injuring myself.” Witherspoon has been re-



turning kickoffs. He had 11 returns for 204 yards, third on the team, in nine games. “I just love the ball in my hands,” said Witherspoon, a jammer on punt return units. “I love making plays.” Mance said Witherspoon has the quickness for the special teams duty. “He does a real good job hitting the hole and being aggressive,” the coach said.

SCOREBOARD TV, RADIO TODAY 6:55 a.m. -- International Soccer: English Premier League Match -- Newcastle vs. Tottenham (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 9 a.m. -- Professional Tennis: ATP World Tour Finals Semifinal Match from London (ESPN2). 9 a.m. -- International Soccer: English Premier League Match -- Manchester City vs. Sunderland (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 10:30 a.m. -- Professional Golf: European PGA Tour Turkish Airlines Open Final Round from Antalya, Turkey (GOLF). 11:05 a.m. -- International Soccer: English Premier League Match -- Arsenal vs. Manchester United (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). Noon -- Women’s College Soccer: American Athletic Conference Tournament Championship Match from Orlando, Fla. (ESPNU). 1 p.m. -- NFL Football: Cincinnati at Baltimore (WLTX 19). 1 p.m. -- College Field Hockey: Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament Championship Match from Newton, Mass. (FOX SPORTSOUTH). 1 p.m. -- PGA Golf: The McGladrey Classic Final Round from St. Simons Island, Ga. (GOLF). 1 p.m. -- Professional Basketball: Euroleague Game -- Real Madrid vs. Strasbourg (NBA TV). 1:30 p.m. -- Figure Skating: ISU Grand Prix from Tokyo -- NHK Trophy (WIS 10). 2 p.m. -- Women’s College Soccer: Southeastern Conference Tournament Championship Match from Orange Beach, Ala. (ESPNU). 2 p.m. -- Women’s College Soccer: Big East Conference Tournament Championship Match from Milwaukee (FOX SPORTS 1). 3 p.m. -- NASCAR Racing: Sprint Cup Series AdvoCare 500 from Avondale, Ariz. (ESPN, WEGX-FM 92.9). 3 p.m. -- Professional Tennis: ATP World Tour Finals Semifinal Match from London (ESPN2). 3:30 p.m. -- Women’s International Soccer: United States vs. Brazil from Orlando, Fla. (WIS 10). 4 p.m. -- NFL Football: Carolina at San Francisco (WACH 57, WWFN-FM 100.1, WPUB-FM 102.7). 4 p.m. -- Women’s College Soccer: Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament Championship Match from Cary, N.C. (ESPNU). 4 p.m. -- College Basketball: Northern Kentucky at Kentucky (FOX SPORTSOUTH). 4:25 p.m. -- NFL Football: Denver at San Diego (WLTX 19). 4:30 p.m. -- Women’s College Soccer: Big Twleve Conference Tournament Championship Match from Kansas City, Mo. (FOX SPORTS 1). 6 p.m. -- Women’s College Basketball: Duke at California (ESPNU). 8:20 p.m. -- NFL Football: Dallas at New Orleans (WIS 10). 9 p.m. -- Major League Soccer: Conference Playoffs Final Series Game One -- Portland at Real Salt Lake (ESPN). 11 p.m. -- College Boxing: Armed Forces Collegiate Invitational from Crystal City, Va. -- Navy, Army, Air Force and Coast Guard (ESPN2). Midnight -- NHL Hockey: Nashville at New Jersey (FOX SPORTSOUTH). MONDAY 3 p.m. -- Professional Tennis: ATP World Tour Finals Championship Match from London (ESPN2). 6:05 p.m. -- Talk Show: Sports Talk (WPUB-FM 102.7, WDXY-FM 105.9, WDXY-AM 1240). 7 p.m. -- Women’s College Basketball: Stanford at Connecticut (ESPN2). 7 p.m. -- College Basketball: Kent State at Temple (ESPNU) 7 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: Atlanta at Charlotte (SPORTSOUTH). 8 p.m. -- College Basketball: Missouri (Kansas City) at Creighton (FOX SPORTS 1). 8 p.m. -- College Basketball: North Texas at Oklahoma (FOX SPORTSOUTH). 8:25 p.m. -- NFL Football: Miami at Tampa Bay (ESPN). 9 p.m. -- Women’s College Basketball: Tennessee at North Carolina (ESPN2). 9 p.m. -- College Basketball: Colorado State at Gonzaga (ESPNU). 9 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: Denver at Utah (NBA TV). 10 p.m. -- Professional Boxing: Fidel Maldonado Jr. vs. Luis Ramos Jr. in a Junior Welterweight Bout from San Antonio (FOX SPORTS 1). 11 p.m. -- College Basketball: Brigham Young at Stanford (ESPN2). 1 a.m. -- College Basketball: Western Kentucky at Wichita State (ESPN2). 3 a.m. -- College Basketball: Akron at St. Mary’s Calif. (ESPN2). 5 a.m. -- College Basketball: Rainbow Classic from Honlulu -- New Mexico vs. Hawaii (ESPN2).

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ADVOCARE 500 LINEUP The Associated Press After Friday qualifying; race today At Phoenix International Raceway Avondale, Ariz. Lap length: 1 miles (Car number in parentheses) 1. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 139.222 mph. 2. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 139.023. 3. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, 138.942. 4. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 138.851. 5. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 138.627. 6. (15) Clint Bowyer, Toyota, 138.595. 7. (5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 138.52. 8. (78) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 138.446. 9. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 138.297. 10. (56) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, 138.069. 11. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 138.053. 12. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 137.968. 13. (27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 137.736. 14. (20) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, 137.704. 15. (31) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 137.652. 16. (14) Mark Martin, Chevrolet, 137.41. 17. (39) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 137.237. 18. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 137.195. 19. (42) Juan Pablo Montoya, Chevrolet, 137.153. 20. (9) Marcos Ambrose, Ford, 136.971. 21. (43) Aric Almirola, Ford, 136.945. 22. (55) Elliott Sadler, Toyota, 136.69. 23. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 136.679. 24. (95) Reed Sorenson, Ford, 136.096. 25. (51) Justin Allgaier, Chevrolet, 136.008. 26. (47) Bobby Labonte, Toyota, 135.962. 27. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 135.947. 28. (35) Josh Wise, Ford, 135.793. 29. (30) Cole Whitt, Toyota, 135.716. 30. (13) Casey Mears, Ford, 135.578. 31. (93) Travis Kvapil, Toyota, 135.399. 32. (10) Danica Patrick, Chevrolet, 135.379. 33. (38) David Gilliland, Ford, 135.323. 34. (34) David Ragan, Ford, 135.277. 35. (36) J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, 135.11. 36. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 134.862. 37. (83) David Reutimann, Toyota, Owner Points. 38. (32) Timmy Hill, Ford, Owner Points. 39. (98) Michael McDowell, Ford, Owner Points. 40. (40) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 41. (33) Tony Raines, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 42. (7) Dave Blaney, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 43. (87) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, Owner Points.

gave him the points lead. “He drove the car too hard until it blew out a tire,’’ Keselowski said. “You could look at it and say that was a tire failure or whatever. Those in the garage, who know how the cars work, know it was reaching too hard and the failure that was caused from that. That’s that group’s weakness.’’ That’s not how Johnson recalled it when asked about Keselowski’s version of events Friday.

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NHL STANDINGS By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Tampa Bay 15 11 4 0 22 51 37 Toronto 16 11 5 0 22 50 37 Detroit 17 9 5 3 21 43 45 Boston 15 9 5 1 19 42 29 Montreal 17 8 8 1 17 44 38 Ottawa 16 6 6 4 16 50 49 Florida 16 3 9 4 10 32 57 Buffalo 19 3 15 1 7 33 61 Metropolitan Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Pittsburgh 16 11 5 0 22 49 38 Washington 16 9 7 0 18 53 44 N.Y. Rangers 16 8 8 0 16 35 43 Carolina 16 6 7 3 15 30 45 N.Y. Islanders 16 6 7 3 15 47 51 New Jersey 16 4 7 5 13 30 44 Philadelphia 16 5 10 1 11 26 44 Columbus 15 5 10 0 10 36 44 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Colorado 15 13 2 0 26 50 27 Chicago 16 10 2 4 24 56 43 St. Louis 14 10 2 2 22 50 33 Minnesota 17 9 4 4 22 45 38 Nashville 16 8 6 2 18 37 49 Dallas 16 8 6 2 18 44 47 Winnipeg 18 7 9 2 16 45 51 Pacific Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Anaheim 18 14 3 1 29 63 44 San Jose 16 10 2 4 24 59 36 Phoenix 17 11 4 2 24 56 53 Vancouver 18 11 5 2 24 52 46 Los Angeles 16 10 6 0 20 45 40 Calgary 17 6 9 2 14 47 61 Edmonton 18 4 12 2 10 44 70 NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss. Friday’s Games Toronto 2, New Jersey 1, SO Winnipeg 5, Nashville 0 Colorado 4, Calgary 2 Anaheim 6, Buffalo 2 Saturday’s Games Philadelphia 4, Edmonton 2 Florida at Ottawa, 2 p.m. Toronto at Boston, 7 p.m. Tampa Bay at Detroit, 7 p.m. Minnesota at Carolina, 7 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Columbus, 7 p.m. Pittsburgh at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Chicago at Dallas, 8 p.m. Washington at Phoenix, 8 p.m. Vancouver at Los Angeles, 10 p.m. Sunday’s Games N.Y. Islanders at Montreal, 6 p.m. Nashville at New Jersey, 7 p.m. Florida at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m. Edmonton at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. San Jose at Winnipeg, 8 p.m. Washington at Colorado, 8 p.m. Vancouver at Anaheim, 8 p.m. Monday’s Games Tampa Bay at Boston, 1 p.m.

GOLF McGladrey Classic Par Scores The Associated Press Saturday At Sea Island Resort (Seaside Course) St. Simons Island, Ga. Purse: $5.5 million Yardage: 7,005; Par: 70 Third Round Chris Kirk 66-66-68—200 -10 Briny Baird 63-70-67—200 -10 Kevin Stadler 68-68-65—201 -9 Brian Gay 63-72-66—201 -9 John Senden 66-67-68—201 -9 Brendon Todd 68-67-67—202 -8 Scott Brown 66-68-68—202 -8 Jason Kokrak 69-65-69—203 -7 Matt Kuchar 68-68-68—204 -6 Daniel Summerhays 69-66-69—204 -6 Matt Every 67-68-69—204 -6 Webb Simpson 65-68-71—204 -6 Charles Howell III 69-70-66—205 -5 Scott Langley 66-71-68—205 -5 Brian Harman 67-68-70—205 -5 Tim Clark 67-67-71—205 -5 Turkish Airlines Open Par Scores The Associated Press Saturday At Montgomerie Maxx Royal Belek, Turkey Purse: $7 million Yardage: 7,100; Par: 72 Third Round Victor Dubuisson, France 67-65-63—195 -21 Ian Poulter, England 66-66-68—200 -16 Tiger Woods, United States 70-63-68—201 -15 Henrik Stenson, Sweden 64-68-69—201 -15 Alejandro Canizares, Spain 67-68-66—201 -15 Raphael Jacquelin, France 67-72-62—201 -15 Justin Walters, South Africa 66-66-70—202 -14 Jamie Donaldson, Wales 68-67-68—203 -13 Justin Rose, England 70-66-67—203 -13 David Lynn, England 68-68-68—204 -13 Chris Wood, England 69-70-65—204 -13 Thomas Aiken, South Africa 71-67-66—204 -13 Julien Quesne, France 67-69-68—204 -13 Mizuno Classic Par Scores The Associated Press Saturday At Kintetsu Kashikojima Golf Course Shima, Japan Purse: $1.2 million Yardage: 6,506; Par: 72 Second Round Mamiko Higa 70-66—136 -8 Yuki Ichinose 70-66—136 -8 Shiho Oyama 68-68—136 -8 Asako Fujimoto 70-67—137 -7 Brittany Lincicome 69-68—137 -7 Teresa Lu 70-68—138 -6 Chella Choi 69-69—138 -6 Eun-Bi Jang 69-69—138 -6 Junko Omote 69-69—138 -6 Yumiko Yoshida 74-65—139 -5 Miki Saiki 73-66—139 -5





Newton, Kaepernick take center stage BY JANIE MCCAULEY The Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO — It could be the Colin Kaepernick show in San Francisco. Or, perhaps, Cam Newton’s big day for Carolina at Candlestick Park. Or both. You name it, there’s no debating that two of the NFL’s top young, strongarmed quarterbacks — with their speedy legs and running ability to boot — will be on display today, each trying to keep his team on a nice roll. The football world is watching this one with high interest. Kaepernick could easily stand in for Newton on the 49ers’ scout team this week. “That’s a very good idea, because they are so similar,’’ coach Jim Harbaugh said. “My son, Jack Harbaugh, who’s now a little over 14 months old, I mean, on the (growth) curve he’s above the 100th percentile now. He’s big, growing very well. Cam Newton would be further outside the graph. He’s in a world by himself. He’s tremendously talented.’’ Yes, these mobile quarterbacks present an awful lot of similarities. They are a key reason their teams are riding long winning streaks at the season’s halfway point, too. The 49ers (6-2) have won five straight games since dropping two in a row in Weeks 2 and 3,

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Carolina quarterback Cam Newton, left, and San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick will have all eyes on them today at Candlestick Park in San Francisco. Both are adept at passing and running for big plays as two of the top young QBs in the league.

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scoring 31 or more points in each of those victories. Newton’s Panthers (5-3) are unbeaten in their last four games and have scored 30 or more points in their five wins. Here are five things to know about the Panthers49ers matchup:



The 49ers are expected to have some key faces returning on both sides of the ball. Not only is linebacker Aldon Smith back following a 5-game absence to undergo treatment for substance abuse, wide receiver Mario Manningham could make his season debut nearly 11 months after a serious left

Newton cannot afford mistakes against this opportunistic defense. He completed 23 of 37 passes for 249 yards in last week’s win against Atlanta with a touchdown, two interceptions and a sack. The 49ers have forced 13 turnovers during their winning streak and have scored off each of those takeaways, getting nine touchdowns and four field goals. GINN JR. GETS HIS CHANCE

Ginn is getting some chances with Carolina that he had hoped for during his 3-year tenure with the 49ers through last sea-

son’s Super Bowl run. Last year: Two total catches for 1 yard. This season: 21 receptions for 367 yards and two touchdowns. GORE’S GROOVE

Frank Gore has scored two touchdowns in each of his last two games, the first time in his career he has done so. So much for the questions about Gore having tired legs at age 30. KEEPING THE MOMENTUM

After a road trip to Tennessee and on to London from there, the 49ers earned a week of rest for their bye last week. But everybody is determined to keep the momentum from this impressive winning streak.

Cowboys, Saints aim to keep pursuers at bay BY BRETT MARTEL The Associated Press NEW ORLEANS — The New Orleans Saints have been wrestling with a bout of inconsistency lately. The Dallas Cowboys can relate. As they head into an eagerly anticipated matchup tonight, the Saints (6-2) and Cowboys (5-4) have little margin for error if they want to maintain their division leads. New Orleans is coming off a 26-20 loss to the New York Jets that marked the Saints’ second setback in three games, allowing their closest pursuer in the NFC South, the Carolina Panthers, to pull with one game. Here are some things watch for tonight:



When Rob Ryan was fired by Dallas, Saints coach Sean Payton quickly took him off the market, hoping he could restore credibility to a New Orleans defense that yielded an NFL record 7,042 yards in 2012. This season, the Saints ranked ninth in yards allowed through last weekend. RUN AGROUND

Both the Cowboys and Saints

New Orleans tight end Jimmy Graham (80) and the rest of the Saints look to get back on track today as they host Dallas in a battle of first-place teams.

have struggled running the ball lately. New Orleans gained 41 yards on the ground last weekend and ranks 26th in rushing. The Cowboys ran the ball a franchise-low nine times for 36 yards in last week’s win over Minnesota.

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EC from Page B1 16-2 record, have played for a state title every year since 2007. This year’s finish was special for the Christ Church family as well. It wasn’t just another title; the Lady Cavs lost senior teammate Megan McManus as well as family and friends to a plane crash in Alaska. The team designed a special shirt to honor those lost and wore them during the match. Christ Church head coach Sherry Adams said she arranged the toughest schedule in her 7-year stint with the team. Despite sweeping the match, facing EC was more difficult this time as opposed to Christ Church’s sweep in the ‘11 title match. “We played them two years ago, but their team was a lot stronger this year,� Adams said. EC, which finished 8-4, has shown resiliency and dedication. The Lady Wolverines’ only losses came to Sumter High twice and The Governor’s School. The team loses two seniors in Sidney Coker and Jordan Evans, but will return seven players next year, including their No. 2 doubles team of sophomore Taylor Kirby and freshman Heather Knowlton, who lost their match 6-0, 6-4. “We’re a family and no matter what, we’re always behind each other,� Jordan Evans said. “Whether we’re down 0-40, we always have love for each other and

SHS from Page B1 “That’s big for us,� Kennedy said of 6-5 Sumter getting a home game in the first round. “I think having the home-field advantage will make a big difference for us. We’ve played pretty well at home.� Especially at the end of the season. Sumter is on a 4-game winning streak, and the final three victories came at home. The Gamecocks finished second in Region VI, which helped them out in the seeding process. However, heading into Friday’s regular-season finales for 4A teams, whether they would be at home for the first round was very much up in the air. Kennedy said North Augusta’s victory over Dutch Fork helped SHS get a home game, causing a team that would have been seeded ahead of Sumter to drop to the Division II playoffs in the convoluted 4A playoff system. The Gamecocks had suffered three straight losing regular seasons. Kennedy hopes his squad will be ready to take advantage of the playoff trip.

never give up.� Christ Church’s top seed, Olivia Lucas, swept Morgan Keefe in straight sets 6-0, 6-0. Lady Cavs No. 2 seed Anna Thompson defeated Coker 6-1, 6-0. “I think we played even keel; she just kept hitting winner after winner no matter what I did,� Coker said. “I think we both played very well.� CC No. 3 seed Sitton Furman beat Jordan Evans 6-0, 6-1. EC junior Ella Pate battled with CC No. 4 seed Gracie Wells, but lost 6-1, 6-3 and sophomore Ashlee Lineberger fell to CC No. 5 seed Nila Veerabagu 6-0, 6-1. For the third straight year, EC played its home matches 30 minutes away in Kingstree. “For us to be here today is pretty amazing,� Kirby said. “The school patched up the two courts they had for us to practice on this year, but we’re getting four new courts next year and we’ll have two lower state titles to hang on them so we’re excited.� Kirby thought the team was playing its best tennis toward the end of the season. “When we played against competition that is on our level, we beat them 5-0 and 7-0,� the Lady Wolverines coach explained.� Against Green Seas Floyd we were awesome. Everyone one of our players played a great match. When we play competition that is on our level we can beat them. I think we are a good team. It’s just hard to play a school like (Christ Church).�

“We’re wanting to set our goals higher than we did in the past here,� he said. “I’ve told the kids we want to be playing our best ball in November. We want it to be our month.� Interestingly, Mauldin is 6-0 on the road and 1-4 at home. However, the four home losses were all to teams seeded above the Mavs in the DI playoffs. They lost to No. 2 seed Hillcrest 35-13 in their season opener before dropping Region II games to perennial 4A powers No. 1 seed Byrnes (76-49), No. 6 seed Gaffney (63-59) and No. 8 seed Dorman (51-34). Mauldin’s offense revolves around quarterback Dre Massey. He accounted for 567 total yards and 11 touchdowns against Boiling Springs. Massey rushed 29 times for 354 yards with seven touchdowns, and he

PREP FOOTBALL STATE PLAYOFFS 4A First Round Friday Division I (16) Wando at (1) Byrnes (9) Lexington at (8) Dorman (13) Spartanburg at (4) Spring Valley (12) Fort Dorchester at (5) Dutch Fork (15) Rock Hill at (2) Hillcrest (10) Maudlin at (7) Sumter (14) Ashley Ridge at (3) Summerville (11) Boiling Springs at (6) Gaffney Division II (16) Wade Hampton at (1) Goose Creek (9) Irmo at (8) South Pointe (13) Easley at (4) South Florence (12) Nation Ford at (5) Stratford (15) West Florence at (2) Northwestern (10) York at (7) Greenwood (14) Laurens at (3) North Augusta (11) Blythewood at (6) Beaufort 3A First Round Upper State (1) Greer 34, (4) Emerald 30 (2) Westwood 38, (3) Woodruff 10 (1) Daniel 40, (4) Pickens 3 (2) Clinton 55, (3) A.C. Flora 35 (4) Chapman 28, (1) Chapin 18 (3) Wren 70, (2) Greenville 61 (1) Broome 30, (4) Seneca 17 (2) Belton-Honea Path 20, (3) Blue Ridge 14 Lower State (1) Socastee 31, (4) Hilton Head Island 6 (2) Hartsville 24, (3) Midland Valley 0 (1) Hanahan 38, (4) Southside 7 (3) Marlboro County 42, (2) Swansea 14 (1) Crestwood 34, (4) Brookland-Cayce 20 (2) Myrtle Beach 35, (3) Berkeley 0 (1) Strom Thurmond 35, (4) Darlington 6 (3) North Myrtle Beach 52, (2) Orangeburg-Wilkinson 35 Second Round Upper State (2) Westwood at (1) Greer (2) Clinton at (1) Daniel (4) Chapman at (3) Wren (2) Belton-Honea Path at (1) Broome Lower State (2) Hartsville at (1) Socastee (3) Marlboro County at (1) Hanahan (2) Myrtle Beach at (1) Crestwood (3) North Myrtle Beach at (1) Strom Thurmond 2A Division I First Round Upper State (8) Columbia 18, (9) Indian Land 5 (5) Crescent 28, (12) Mid-Carolina 26 (7) Keenan 19, (10) Powdersville 15 (6) Newberry 36, (11) Carolina 14 Lower State (8) Wade Hampton 57, (9) Battery Creek 20 (12) Waccamaw 18, (5) Edisto 13 (7) Aynor 52, (10) Marion 26 (6) Ridgeland-Hardeeville 14, (11) Lake City 12 Second Round Upper State (8) Columbia at (1) Cheraw (5) Crescent at (4) Pelion (7) Keenan at (2) Fairfield Central (6) Newberry at (3) Pelion Lower State (8) Wade Hampton at (1) Dillon (12) Waccamaw at (4) Lake Marion (7) Aynor at (2) Timberland (6) Ridgeland-Hardeeville at (3) Loris 2A Division II First Round Upper State (9) Abbeville 21, (8) Saluda 0 (5) Chesterfield 49, (12) North Central 18 (7) Landrum 45, (10) Eau Claire 18 (6) Andrew Jackson 36, (11) Buford 20 Lower State (8) Barnwell 45, (9) North Charleston 20 (12) Kingstree 50, (5) Mullins 34 (7) Andrews 42, (10) Calhoun County 14

completed 19 of 21 passes for 213 yards and four scores “Their quarterback is what makes them go,� Kennedy said of Mauldin. “He’s passed for over 2,000 yards and rushed for over 1,500. We’ve got to make sure we slow him down.� The winner of the Sumter-Mauldin contest will play the winner of the game between Hillcrest and No. 15 seed Rock Hill in the second round. The Gamecocks closed out their regular season with a 24-12 victory over Wando on Friday. The Warriors, who are coached by former SHS standout and former Wilson Hall head coach Jimmy Noonan, are 4-7 and earned the No. 16 seed in the DI playoffs. They will travel to Duncan on Friday to take on 10-1 Byrnes.

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BACKGROUND: A former church on the property of Greenhaven Preserve has been renovated and can be used for funeral services at the natural burial cemetery.

Natural burials growing in S.C.



arth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust.” When a funeral officiant murmurs these words from the Book of Common Prayer, our modern burial practice makes that unlikely to happen. Sealed coffins and vaults mean the loved one’s remains are isolated to the container and might never be allowed to return to nature. Indeed — and stop reading here if you’re squeamish — a body that would simply dehydrate if left to the natural climate instead will likely putrefy in a sealed coffin. Is there an alternative that will be good to the Earth and the remains? There is, and it’s much like the method used in the U.S. until the time of the Civil War, when embalming became widespread because of the need to preserve soldiers’ bodies until they could be transported home. Before that, families generally took care of their own dead. Although they are a small minority, more and more people are choosing green burial, as concern for the environment grows, along with the individual desire for a more meaningful celebration of their lives. Local residents interested in a green burial can get information from Greenhaven Preserve, a natural burial cemetery near Eastover. One of just three green cemeteries in the state, Greenhaven has been open since late 2011.



Those planning their burial services can pick their 10-by-10 foot plots in the 10-plus acres of wooded land at Greenhaven Preserve

Making Final Arrangements Interested in making your own or a loved one’s final arrangements? Check out these websites and books:

• “Final Rights: Reclaiming the American Way of Death,” by Josh Slocum and Lisa Carlson • “Grave Matters,” by Mark Harris

WHAT IS A NATURAL BURIAL? A “green” burial respects the Earth and permits a natural recycling of the body into new life. There are a few general rules for a funeral at Greenhaven, Ronnie said. • you cannot be embalmed • you cannot have a metal casket • you cannot have a concrete vault • your marker, if desired, must lie flat and be of natural materials, such as stone or wood • no artificial flowers may be used • wooden or cardboard caskets, shrouds and other biodegradable materials may be used • you must have a death certificate • you must get a permit to transport a body • cremains must be in biodegradable containers or in none at all Another advantage of a natural burial is that the loved ones can have exactly the kind of service they wish, Ronnie said. “It can be as complicated or as simple as they like, because they’re the ones planning the service and carrying it out,” he said. Julie added, “The family has control, so the service can be very meaningful. At one burial, they all put paint on their hands and put

their handprints on the wooden casket, and at another they signed the cardboard casket.” “A lot of family and friends like to pass around the shovel and do the actual burial,” she said. “Some of them think they won’t be able to do it, but it turns out to be a very powerful experience. It’s so much more personal.” While Greenhaven has a separate pet cemetery, Ronnie said, “If


Ronnie Watts, who with his wife Julie is the manager of Greenhaven Preserve, points out one of the green burial sites in the natural burial cemetery Tuesday.

you have a pet you love and it dies, that pet can be buried in your plot before you die.” Greenhaven can provide the Green Burial Council Planning SEE GREENHAVEN, PAGE C6

Tuesday was a crisp, cool fall day, and the pine needles underfoot at Greenhaven Preserve crackled just a little. Rays of sunlight slipped through the tall trees. It might have been just a pleasant walk in the woods. And it was that, except that it was punctuated by a few stops at grave sites, as Julie and Ronnie Watts led a tour of the natural burial cemetery near Eastover. The Wattses are managers of the 10-plus acre cemetery within a 360-acre nature preserve that appears so untouched, grave sites would be hard to see unassisted unless you’d been there before. As burials increase, Greenhaven will keep track of the sites by GPS. The land was purchased by Ronnie’s nephew, Van Watts, he said, who “is a conservationist. The preserve is part of the Congaree Land Trust, which means it will always be kept as it is.” Greenhaven sits off Vanboklen Road, off U.S. 76-378, just across the Wateree River. A mere 25-minute drive from Sumter, the preserve has had around 15 burials in the two years it’s been open. More than twice that number of people have since made arrangements to have their burials at Greenhaven. That’s a considerable number, the Wattses think, given Americans’ reticence at talking about death and the final arrangements associated with it. However, when environmentally minded people learn more about natural burial, Julie said, they often opt for it. “Why work so hard to minimize your contributions to preserving the environment only to abandon those efforts,” when you die?, she said, by having a “modern burial” that costs an average of $6,500 and often puts toxic embalming fluids and metals in the Earth.

Water fountains, traffic lights installed; Gamecock cagers in finals yesteryear in Sumter

75 YEARS AGO – 1939 these lights, one on each corApril 4-10 ner, and the old concrete isIn and Around the Town land, which now carries the — “Four drinking lights, will be torn fountains are being down. The highway from the installed by the city department is erectarchives of in the business disThe Item ing steel standards a trict. One has already few feet from the corbeen placed in use ner light poles for the on East Liberty placing of highway Street, near the cordirection signs.. ner of Main and anThese signs were forother is being inmerly mounted on stalled on West Libthe corner light Item Archivist erty near Main, near SAMMY WAY poles, which will now the Courthouse, and be used for the traffic the fourth on South signals. Main, near Dugan. The free “Now is a good time to water business of the drug consider again the question store is expected to be badly of widening Main Street in hurt. the business district. The “New traffic lights are highway department now has being installed on the corner charge of this street and of Main and Liberty streets should, with the cooperation today. There will be four of of city officials, widen it six

feet from Warren Street to the Claremont Hotel. “Several of the manufacturing plants will shut down tomorrow afternoon to permit their employees to attend the big league ball game in the municipal stadium. “One of the county road gangs is now at work on the Wedgefield road in the vicinity of Swan Lake and the new park development at First Mill. The roadway is being widened and the hillside east of the pond is being graded. “County Agent Eleazer is working to arouse more interest in beef cattle-raising in Sumter County. Many carloads of packing house beef are shipped into Sumter County annually, and few carloads of home raised cattle are slaughtered locally or

shipped to other markets. “The Santee-Cooper promoters are still talking about navigation on the Santee. Where will Sumter’s river port be located, when – or if – the river is made navigable and boats undertake to compete with tracks and railroads? “The public drinking fountains installed on the streets a few days ago are already being patronized by wayfarers, although the hot and thirsty days are not yet with us. “A fine crop of Bermuda grass is growing on the football field at the fair grounds. Perhaps there will be a solid turf and less dust when the Carolina-Davidson game is pulled off this fall. “The Sumter Garden Club will distribute iris stamps

again this season in anticipation of the Swan Lake Iris week. “The new corner traffic lights at the intersection of Main and Liberty streets appear to be working satisfactorily – an improvement on the old traffic signal station in the center of the intersection. This point is the intersection of U.S. Highways Nos. 15 and 76, over which thousands of cars and trucks pass daily. “If the vacant back lots that are used for parking could be laid out in regular parking spaces so that cars could be required to park systematically instead of at random, many more cars could be accommodated. “The picture of Swan LakeSEE YESTERYEAR, PAGE C6






Cotton-Murphy Lauren Nicole Cotton and Joseph Robert Murphy, both of Sumter, were united in marriage at 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013, at Northside Memorial Baptist Church in Sumter. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cotton Sr. of Sumter, and the granddaughter of Mrs. Lucille D. Cotton of Alcolu and the late Mr. Richard C. Cotton of Sumter, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Cecil E. Rogers Jr. She graduated from Sumter High School in 2009 and Central Carolina Technical College with a diploma in medical assisting in August 2013. She is employed as a certified medical assistant at Carolina Geriatric Specialists. The bridegroom is MRS. JOSEPH MURPHY the son of Colleen Morris of Danbury, Conn., and the late Mr. James A. Murphy of Bangor, Maine, and the grandson of the late Mr. William J. Meade of Beacon, N.Y., Mrs. Ruth I. Meade of Poughkeepsie, N.Y., and the late Marie Murphy and Mr. John J. Murphy, both of Danbury. He graduated from New Milford High School in Connecticut in 2006. He is a staff sergeant in the United States Air Force stationed at Shaw AFB. The Rev. Jimmy Holley officiated at the ceremony.

Music was provided by Joanne Spigner, pianist; and Lori Williams and Will Jordan, vocalists and acoustic guitarists. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a strapless A-line satin gown with a beaded sweetheart neckline. She carried a bouquet of Gerber daisies, roses, hydrangea and delphinium. Jamie Schlaeppi, cousin of the bride, served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Anna Papucci and Jordan Williams, cousins of the bride, and Lindsey Jones. Kylie Papucci, cousin of the bride, served as flower girl. Charles White served as best man. Groomsmen were Adam Allemond, Chris Schlaeppi, and Michael Cotton Jr., brother of the bride. The bride’s parents held the reception in the Family Life Center of the church. The bridegroom’s mother and stepfather held the rehearsal party at the church. Following a wedding trip to Key West, Fla., the couple will reside in Sumter. ••• The couple is registered at Belk, www.

Flury-Simpson Escorted by her father, the bride WEST CHESTER, Pa. — Erin Beth wore an ivory strapless lace gown feaFlury of Sumter and Jason William Simpson of Christiana, Pa., were unit- turing a corset back with ornate ed in marriage at 4 p.m. Saturday, July beadwork and lace detail on the bod20, 2013, at Calvary Lutheran Church. ice. She carried her grandmother’s The bride is the daughter of retired prayer book and a bouquet of white Lt. Col. Robert and Mrs. Joan Flury of roses with lace from her mother’s bridal veil wrapping Sumter. She graduatthe stems. ed from St. Francis Sara Schwalm Xavier High School, served as maid of Francis Marion Unihonor. Bridesmaids versity and the Uniwere Stacey LaFversity of South Carrance and Lynn olina with a master’s Simpson, sisters of degree in social the bridegroom, and work. She is emMeghann Kinnard ployed as a family and Kansas Bayly, based therapist at cousins of the bride. Devereux CommuBram Kelly served nity Services. as best man. The bridegroom is Groomsmen were the son of Ronald Edward LaFrance Simpson of State and Jeremy Lutz, College, Pa., and Ms. brothers-in-law of KarenMarie Simpthe bridegroom, Carl son of Christiana. He Pannell and Tim graduated from MR., MRS. JASON SIMPSON Eckert. Bishop Shanahan The reception was High School and given by the bride’s parents at OakIthaca College with a bachelor of arts bourne Mansion. in communications. He is employed The rehearsal dinner was given by as an operations coordinator at Adthe bridegroom’s father at Doc vanced Staging Productions. Pastor Daniel J. Krewson officiated Magrogan’s Oyster House. Following a wedding trip to Punta at the ceremony. Cana, Dominican Republic, the couMusic was provided by organist ple will reside in Downingtown, Pa. Ray Hunsicker.

Breymeyer-Beatson Amanda Marie Breymeyer of Elgin A. and Jeanette B. Beatson of Sumter, and Bert Alton Beatson of Sumter and the grandson of the late Mr. and were united in marMrs. Grover Kenriage on Tuesday, neth Beatson Sr., Sept. 10, 2013, in Sumand the late Mr. ter. and Mrs. Ivy DarThe bride is the gen Beard. He daughter of Mark W. graduated from Breymeyer and Nancy Sumter High D. Rose, both of Elgin, School in 1994 and and the granddaughFrancis Marion ter of Mrs. Esther University in 1999 Breymeyer of Watseka, with a bachelor of Ill., and the late Wenscience in sociolodell F. Breymeyer, and gy. He is employed Warren E. and Eileen by the City of SumG. Pratt of Toledo, ter. Ohio. She graduated A reception is from Lugoff-Elgin planned for a later High School in 2001 date. and Central Carolina The couple reTechnical College in sides in Sumter. MR., MRS. BERT BEATSON 2012 with an associate’s degree in nursing. ••• She is a registered nurse employed by Tuomey HealthThe couple is registered at Belk, care System in the intensive care unit.; and Walmart, www. The bridegroom is the son of James


Lee-Holder Margaret Juanita Lee of Sumter Holloway, organist. and Richard Kyle Dennison Holder Escorted by her father, the bride of Ashwood were united in marriage wore an Alvina Valenta gown in café at 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013, at with an ivory French alencon lace First Baptist Church in Sumter. overlay, a natural waist sash with The bride is the beaded floral apdaughter of Mr. and plique, a fit-andMrs. Sidney Michael flare silhouette Lee of Sumter, and with layered the granddaughter asymmetrical of Mrs. Margaret lace at the hem Green Lee and the and a sweep late Herbert Presstrain. She carried ley Lee Jr. of Mana hand-tied bouning, and the late quet of cream Mr. and Mrs. Ellison hydrangeas and Russell Morris Jr. of cream roses. Turbeville. She Heather Ashgraduated from ley Boseman Sumter High served as maid of School, the Sumter honor, with CarCounty Career Cenoline Lee Barter with a cosmetolnette as matron ogy license and the of honor. BridesUniversity of South maids were AshCarolina Aiken with MRS. RICHARD HOLDER ley Ann Yelton, a bachelor of sciRebecca Ann ence in business adCoker, Julie ministration. She is employed as a Renee Lee and Jourdan Caroline hairstylist at the Hair Colorist in Watson Holder. Emma Eileen Hicks Sumter. served as flower girl. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. The bridegroom’s father served and Mrs. Richard Wayne Holder of as best man. Groomsmen were SidAshwood, and the grandson of Mrs. ney Lee Roy Brown, Lloyd David Carol Moseley Watson and the late Hardee III, Scott Richard Hicks, Clifford Watson of Ashwood, and Herbert Russell Lee and Keith TamMr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson ble Cullum. Timothy Blake Moseley Holder and Mr. and Mrs. Walter served as usher, with Thomas James Engle, all of Hawesville, Ky. He grad- Faust as ring bearer. uated from Robert E. Lee Academy Also participating were Margaret and Central Carolina Technical Col- Anne Lee and Raven Danielle lege with an associate of applied sci- Coker. ence in industrial technology. He is The bride’s parents held the reemployed as a welder by Caterpillar ception at Sunset Country Club. Precision Pin in Sumter. The bridegroom’s parents held The Rev. Daniel Felder Barber of- the rehearsal party at Sumter City ficiated at the ceremony. Centre. Music was provided by Alyssa Following a wedding trip to Gibbs and Jessica Dubose, vocalists; Asheville, N.C., the couple will reKipper Ackerman, harpist; and Pat side in Ashwood.

Stover-Kinney Ashley Elizabeth Bernard Stover and Edwin Thompson Kinney were united in marriage at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013, at Trinity United Methodist Church in Sumter. The bride is the daughter of Ms. Paula Jean Stover, and the granddaughter of Col. and Mrs. William Lewis Stover, all of Sumter. She graduated from Wilson Hall, the College of Charleston with a bachelor of science degree and from Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Department of Physician Assistant Studies, with a master of medical sciences degree. She is employed as a physician assistant by MRS. EDWIN KINNEY Palmetto Health. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jerry Kinney of Sumter, and the grandson of Mrs. Charles Francis Mullikin and the late Mr. Mullikin of Camden, and the late Mr. and Mrs. William Cleveland Kinney of Sumter. He graduated from Wilson Hall, Wofford College with a bachelor of arts degree and Charleston School of Law with a juris doctor degree. He is an attorney at the Mullikin Law Firm in Camden. The Rev. Dr. Reginald Thackston officiated at the ceremony. Music was provided by Bill Scobee, organist; and Dr. Tony Roebuck, trumpeter. The bride was escorted by her

brother, William Tradd Watterson Stover. McBride Williams Dailey served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Dr. Kristin Marie Dilts, Anna Crew Kinney, Mrs. Caroline Steindorf Kinney, Mary Lillian Kinney, Keeley Lauren McKelvey, Ann Marie Reinking and Mrs. Cortney Kinney Seeby. Junior bridesmaids were Mary Emerson Leard and Elizabeth Franklin Seeby. Lillian Crew Seeby served as flower girl. The bridegroom’s father served as best man. Groomsmen were Adville Barnes Boyle IV, John Boyd Davis IV, James Laughton Jones II, William Charles Kinney, Samuel Lucas Reuwer, Matthew Kirk Smith, William Tradd Watterson Stover and William Belton White. Junior groomsman was Curtis Braxton Seeby. James Samuel Leard served as ring bearer, with William Thomas Brown as crucifer. The bride’s mother held the reception at The O’Donnell House in Sumter. The bridegroom’s parents held the rehearsal party at Heath Pavilion at Swan Lake-Iris Gardens in Sumter. Following a wedding trip to Spain, the couple will reside in Columbia.

EARLY ENGAGEMENT / WEDDING DEADLINE Weddings and engagements to publish in the Dec. 1 edition of The Item must be submitted by noon on Wednesday, Nov. 20. Engagement and wedding announcements of local interest are published on Sundays. 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 rhondab@ 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.




Kolb-homas Mr. and Mrs. Wade Stackhouse Kolb Jr. of Sumter announce the engagement of their daughter, Rebecca Graham Kolb of Columbia, to Douglas Edward Thomas of Columbia, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Frederick Thomas of Aiken. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. James Warren Skardon and the late Mrs. Skardon of Walterboro, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Wade Stackhouse Kolb of Sumter. She graduated from the University of South Carolina Honors College with a degree in English and from USC with a master of library and information science degree. She is employed as the youth services supervisor for the Richland Library system in Columbia. The bridegroom-elect is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clyde Jones Jr. of MISS KOLB Virginia Beach, Va., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Edward Thomas of Waverly, Ohio. He graduated from the University of South Carolina Honors College with a degree in political science and received a juris doctor degree from Wake Forest University School of Law. He is an attorney with the Thomas Law Firm in Columbia. The wedding is planned for Jan. 4, 2014, at The Church of the Holy Comforter in Sumter.


The middle school drama team, advised by Hannah Leirmoe, won the S.C. Independent School Association Regional Drama Competition held in Georgetown on Oct. 29. Seventh-grade student Dylan Dean won the Best Actor Award and Katherine Grace Singleton, also a seventh-grade student, won the Best Actress Award for their performances. The team performed the one-act comedy “Kitty Steals a Dog� by Keegon Schuett. The high school drama team, also advised by Leirmoe, placed second in the competition, and senior Drake Shadwell received the Best Actor Award. The team performed the one-act comedy-drama “Wake-up Call� by Stephen Gregg. Both teams will advance to the state competition hosted by Wilson Hall at the Sumter Opera House on Nov. 12. — Sean Hoskins


Summerton Early Childhood Center First grade — Principal’s Honor Roll: Rachael Akers, Lela Blackmon, Brianna Boatwright, Kelsey Hall, Trinity Harris, Kelis James, Jaynayisha Jefferson, Audon Jones, Ariyannah Junius, Antanique Lang, Javier Lawson, Xavier Thomas, Cornelius Washington, Christen Williams and Miracle Williams “A-B� Honor Roll: Najee Allen, Latyana Bowman, Robierre Brown, Marqus Coard, Najazah Fitts, Danasiah Green and Randy Williams “B� Honor Roll: Katrese Pringle and Trenton Williams Second grade — Principal’s Honor Roll: Cristian Arthur, Yaquelin Asijtu-Osorio, Ashiya Bailey, Naci Brown, Shamara Brunson, Nathaniel Davis, Jamira Hickson, Karnesha Jefferson, Jy’Quan Lang-Diggs, Shantele Lawson, Madison Oliver, Emily Saengjunt, Tajuana Thames and Mia’Anjel Weeks “A-B� Honor Roll: Earl Jacob, Ashley Friday, Latanza Hammett, Melody James, Essence Johnson, Timothy Keels, Kenyon Lawson, Alexis Moorer, Jayla O’Brien, Ja’Nine Pearson, Breanna Peeler, Tylik Tevis, Shyiann Weathers and Ashley Wiggins “B� Honor Roll: Toni Baxter St. Paul Elementary School Third grade — Principal’s Honor Roll: Rosandra Bennett, Jasmyn Hickson, Nnamdi Hopkins, Kevin Saengjunt “A-B� Honor Roll: Shidrea Bradshaw, Jamya Briggs-Nelson, Shanell Brooks, Ojore Brown, Kenjii Johnson, Capri Ladson. Jabori Lawson, Dy’Asiah Miller, Christopher Russell and Carisha Session “B� Honor Roll: Madison Caldwell, Noel Correno, Malachi Evans, Jada Myers, Ny’Geria Nelson and Jimmy Weeks Fourth grade — Principal’s Honor Roll: Shonell Dukes-Pearson, Kashae James, Tacoma Magnan, Sha-Ron Martin, Shanayja Nelson, Terrace Pusher and Zakee Rendell “A-B� Honor Roll: Trayvon Bozier, Evana Brown, Carlos Cruz, Hope Cummings, Aiyana Ellis, Keonna Felder, Erica Green, Syrai Jean, Hannah Johndrow, My’Sean Keitt, Treniece Lincoln, Tysheen Oliver, Megan Payne, Dravon Sampson, Montrez Sinkler, Micheal Taylor, Miracle Watsona and Kardiare Wright “B� Honor Roll: Brikell Livingston, L’Mari Mellerson, Shanna Middleton,

| Deviona Miller, Harold Mitchell, Tiera Parson, CeAira Richburg, Wayne Scarborough, Derek Wagner and Kayla Wright Fifth grade — Principal’s Honor Roll: Bre Aunna Bozier, Zoe Morrow and Jadia Riley Jalen Smith “A-B� Honor Roll: Kearia Dukes, Amber Dumond, Najeh Gibson, Rashon Green, Ke’Ajah Jackson and Janasha Taylor “B� Honor Roll: Kayla Brown Tariq Coard, Stanley Nelson, Julius Ragin and Dejah Smith Oshariendai Wiggins Sixth grade — Principal’s Honor Roll: King Demenian Ford, Dante Jones and Teja Madison “A-B� Honor Roll: Jazlyn Bowman, Tayonna Brailsford, Marquel Coard, Ricky Coard, Shaleena Martin, Payton Mungaray, Ketrell Nelson, Tyree Nelson, Shakerra Phillips, Marquis Reid and Cortland Shell “B� Honor Roll: Demetrius Bates, Hakeem Billie, Whitney Brailsford, Shateeka Brunson, Amani Conyers, Shakeriah Dow, Tela Grace Hilliard and Antavius Stukes Scott’s Branch Middle School Seventh grade — Principal’s Honor List: Faith Lawson “A-B� Honor Roll: Dominique Bell, Deondre Brunson, Letia Davis, Sarah Middleton, Gabriel Oliver “B� Honor Roll: David Allen, Amonte Brown, Dynasti Brunson, Jordon Caldwell, Anna Fleming, Anaiya Jackson, Kadryian Johnson, Destiny Junious, Tonia Lawson, NyQyan Lee and Kierra Walton Eighth grade — “B� Honor Roll: Devin Brown, Zhailin Johnson, Mercedes Oliver Scott’s Branch High School Ninth grade — Principal’s Honor List: Shanyah Bowman, Alfreda Bowman and Maria Ortiz “A-B� Honor Roll: Adrianna Dingle, Xaria Lee and Tymir Tindal “B� Honor Roll: Sky Harvin 10th grade — Principal’s Honor List: Jaleesa Bowman, Harold Morrow, Da’Masha Ragin, Shiayra Ragin and Intisar Robinson “A-B� Honor Roll: Desmond Brown, Brianna Brunson, Ashley James, Arnold Madison and Kwaneisha Walton 11th grade — Principal’s Honor List: Alonza Bennett, Breana Brown, Antionette Carter, Brianna Dingle, Shanai Green, Deja Junious, Trent Lincoln, Brittany Pearson and Ladoshia Sinkler “A-B� Honor Roll: Alexis Adams, Olivia Bracey, Courtney Carter, Amani Diggs, Rochelle Jadotte, Shimari Junious, Stacie Martin, Faithe Oliver, Marquis Richburg, Hykeem Riley, Atiya Robinson and Javont’e Thompson “B� Honor Roll: Jamal Ingram and Keosha Thompson 12th grade —“A-B� Honor Roll: John Dow, Tajamekii Dow, Tatiana Dukes, Jessica Green, Tiana James, Keyona Johnson, Cory Leonard and Teena Wilder “B� Honor Roll_ Kevin Gist, Conesha Myers, Tiffany Oliver and Lester Soto — Beverly Spry

Laurence Manning Academy DRAMA CLASS WINS 1ST PLACE

The LMA Drama Class won first place in the SCISA Regional Drama Competition for the second year in a row. The students are under the direction of Nancy McInnis. — Kim Jolly SEE EDUCATION, PAGE C5



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ABOVE: A young Marine stands on top of a disabled tank during the Korean War. LEFT: Jessie Young Redd, World War I Red Cross worker, was the aunt of Eugenia Bradford Mabry, who served during World War II.


ABOVE: U.S. Marine Corps carry the wounded from a field during their landing on Iwo Jima. PHOTO PROVIDED

U.S. Naval shipmen review assignments before landing troops on a predetermined target during World War II.





We salute

On the eve of Veterans Day, Reflections offers a pictorial tribute to our military veterans who served in many theaters of war. On Nov. 11, 1918, an armistice was reached to temporarily halt fighting between Germany and the Allied nations in what Sammy was then known as “The Great WAY War” and now as World War I. The armistice went into effect on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month and is generally regarded as the end of the war. It was not until June 28, 1919, however, that the Treaty of Versailles was signed, making the

end of the horrific “war to end all wars” official. In 1954, Veterans Day, first known as Armistice Day in honor of World War I veterans, became a day to honor U.S. veterans of all conflicts. The photos on this page represent our veterans in numerous theaters of conflict; these and thousands of additional photos can be viewed at the Sumter County Military Display located in the James E. Clyburn Intermodal Transportation Center on South Harvin Street. The display will be open each Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. and from 2 to 5:30 p.m. on Veterans Day, Monday, Nov. 11. Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at or (803) 774-1294.



ABOVE: Willie Lee Ashley, second row, center, and other Tuskegee Airmen are seen before flight school graduation. Ashley was the first Tuskegee Airman from Sumter.

ABOVE: U.S. military troops undergo rigorous training before being shipped to the front lines during World War I. RIGHT: Alfred Dunn Sr. is seen on duty during the Vietnam War.

BELOW: Joseph Sweetman took this picture of nurses on duty in the South Pacific during World War II.

BELOW: A U.S. artillery unit prepares to fire on Iraqi troops during the Persian Gulf conflict. PHOTO PROVIDED





University of South Carolina Sumter MERIT SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS NAMED

Congratulations to the following USC Sumter students for receiving a meritbased scholarship. Students were recognized along with the donors at the annual Scholarship Luncheon on Oct. 25: Porter H. Adams Jr. Scholarship — Erin P. O’Loughlin andErica L. Stone; Air Force Association, Swamp Fox Chapter Scholarship — Zachary M. Morris; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Scholarship — Ebony Thornton; American Legion Post 15 Memorial Scholarship — Justin T. Zuidema; Father William Atkinson Scholarship — Katherine M. Sams; BD Scholarship — Christopher M. Miller; Arthur S. Bahnmuller Scholarship — Lauren N. Player; Bank of America, N.A. Scholarship — Taylor K. Servais; Henry D. Barnett Memorial Scholarship — Rachel G. Richardson; Jane McKenzie Beebe Scholarship — Ashley L. McGranaghan; Bishoff Scholarship — Taylor K. Servais; John M. Brabham Sr. Memorial/Black River Electric Coop. Scholarship — Charles E. Fout and Elaine M. Sneider; Louise L. and John M. Brabham Sr. Scholarship — Taylor D. Sanders and Taylor K. Servais; G. Werber Bryan Scholarship — Katherine M. Sams; Roger Dale Bullard Memorial Scholarship — Saliah A. Saxon; Ethel Burnett Memorial/Pilot Club of Sumter Scholarship — Mary R. Hudson; Eleida Nexsen Burrows Scholarship — Selina L. Rosales; Carolina Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Scholarship — Marisa D. Boyd, Katherine M. Sams and Julia M. Sorrells; Albert L. and Nina O. Carpenter Memorial Scholarship — Kaitlin L. Elmore, Leah S. Lewis and Katherine M. Sams; C. Leslie Carpenter Dean’s Scholarship — Benjamin W. Jackson; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Covington Scholarship — Rebecca G. Jewell; E. Lee Craig Education Scholarship — Marisa D. Boyd; Judith L. Croskey Scholarship — Erin E. Prosser; Alivia Burrows Davids Scholarship — Adria A. Vaughn; William and Martha DuBose Scholarship — V. Ellis Mason; Duke Energy Endowed Scholarship — Erin E. Prosser; Farmers Telephone Coop. Inc. Scholarship — Meredith A. Coker; The Edward H. and Eola G. Fienning Scholarship — April D. Andrews and Amanda L. Brown; Mr. and Mrs. Laurens W. Floyd Jr. Clemson at Sumter Bicentennial Scholarship — Benjamin W. Jackson, Erin P. O’Loughlin and Savanna R. Platt; The Helen O. Freeman Scholarship — Charles E. Fout; Danny R. Geddings Memorial Scholarship — Justin T. Zuidema; Clifton C. Goodwin Jr. Memorial Scholarship — Zachary M. Morris; Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Graham Scholarship — Leah S. Lewis; Janette Barnes Guiler Scholarship — Leah S. Lewis; O.D. Harvin Scholarship — Katherine M. Sams; Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Hatfield Memorial Scholarship — Cynthia L. Jones-Wright and Kevin J. Will; Kiwanis Club of Sumter Scholarship — Alyson B. Shelton and Justin T. Zuidema; Fred A. “Larry” Lawrence Memorial Scholarship — Jorge F. Pinillos Jr. and Katherine M. Sams; Linda Ann Epperhart Lawrence Memorial Scholarship — Kaitlyn R. Watts; Ralph G. Macdonald Chemistry Scholarship — Ebony Thornton; Wilson MacEwen and Co. Scholarship — Saliah A. Saxon; Ross S. McKenzie Scholarship — Jorge F. Pinillos Jr.; Sara Davis McLendon Memorial Scholarship — Sharon A. Jones and Savanna R. Platt; Mental Health Association of Sumter County Scholarship — Selina L. Rosales; I. Harby Moses Scholarship — Amanda L. Brown; Andrew W. Muller Scholarship — Rachel G. Richardson; NBSC-Lucile McKiever Memorial Scholarship — Erin P. O’Loughlin; E. Whilden Nettles Jr. Memorial Scholarship — Zachary T. Geddings; Dorothy K. Olsen Memorial Scholarship — John D. Sorrells; Hubert Graham Osteen Scholarship — Shaniqua S. Tate; Mary N. and Douglas R. Plowden Clemson at Sumter Heritage Scholarship — Kevin J. Will; William J. and Julia Reynolds Memorial Scholarship — Ashley N. Graham; Rotary Club of Sumter Scholarship — Elizabeth A. Rogers; Rotary Club of Sumter Palmetto Scholarship — Rebecca G. Jewell, Katherine M. Sams and Taylor D. Sanders; Rotary Club of Sumter Sunrise Scholarship — Janelle M. Buniel; SAFE Federal Credit Union Bicentennial Scholarship — Devyn W. Youngblood; Madge G. and Raymon Schwartz Scholarship — Sara M. Lowder, Bethany R. McCause and Amanda L. Brown; Rosa W. Schwartz Scholarship — Rebecca R. Bradham; Joe Singleton Co. Inc. Scholarship — Sharon A. Jones; A.T. and Jessie T. Sublette Memorial Scholarship — Ryan M. Bragiel and Saliah A. Saxon; Sumter County Education Association Scholarship — Taylor N. Jones; Sumter County Fair Scholarship — Ryan M. Bragiel, Bethany R. McCause and Saliah A. Saxon; Sumter Industrial Association Scholarship —

Jonathan R. Barwick; Sumter Lions Club Scholarship — Amelia L. Cornell; USC Sumter Alumni Association Scholarship — Ashley N. Graham; USC Sumter Alumni Association “Big Wednesday” Scholarship — V. Ellis Mason, Taylor K. Servais and Kevin J. Will; USC Sumter Commencement Speaker Scholarship — Jessica B. Miller; USC Sumter Division of Business Administration and Economics Scholarship — Austin M. Seitz; USC Sumter Partnership PartTime Scholarship — Leroy Sims Jr. and Jennifer R. Ziola; USC Sumter SGA Teacher of the Year Scholarship — Rebecca R. Bradham; Wells Fargo Bank Scholarship — Rebecca R. Bradham; Williams-Brice-Edwards Scholarship — Sara M. Lowder and Richard S. Smith — Misty Hatfield


The Morris College Gospel Choir will hold their Annual Fall Concert on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Neal-Jones Auditorium. The concert is free and open to the public. ATHLETICS

The Lady Hornets will play Newberry College at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the GarrickBoykin Gymnasium. — Vicky L. SuttonJackson


Lakewood High School special education teacher Sharon James and the Lakewood Junior Civitans members and their advisers, teacher Jamie Lessard and bookkeeper Dee Lane, promoted awareness for people with disabilities at the school recently. The event was held in observance of National Disability Awareness month. Regular education students and nondisabled students had the opportunity to participate in activities at different stations around the gym. Each table had an activity that simulated what it was like to have a specific disability so the students could understand what those with disabilities face daily. Student volunteers from the Junior Civitans, the Teacher Cadets under teacher Lisa Sanderson, and others manned the booths and assisted with the activities. The goal of the event was to educate all Lakewood students about disabilities and ask them to pledge to treat people with respect and dignity, regardless of any disability they may have. The Civitans won first place internationally for their participation in this event last year. More than 300 students attended the event. Many teachers also helped promote the cause in their classrooms. CHESTNUT OAKS STUDENTS STAGE CSI

Chestnut Oaks Middle School science teacher Aaron Johnson again staged a real-life crime scene investigation simulation for all his sixth-grade and one seventh-grade science classes on Friday. Johnson took the classes through the mock crime scene, pointing out important clues and then allowed the students to make inferences on their own. The exercise addressed the science standards for inquiry skills. It also used a cross section of skills including math, for measuring distance and length of some of the evidence, English for note taking and writing, and cause and effect. The assignment was a perfect way to incorporate science across the disciplines. Johnson is a biology major who earned his teaching credentials through PACE (Program of Alternative Certification for Educators) and later earned a master of criminal justice degree. He came up with the idea for the CSI program to give students a hands-on look at problem solving, working together, collaboration and crime prevention while addressing the science standards. All of the students were fully engaged in the exercise and were working diligently to solve the crime. Outside the room, there was crime scene tape, some blood, and a bullet casing. Inside, two “corpses” were surrounded by a “bloody knife,” loose hairs, a note from the apparent killer, and marks on the floor indicated the “bodies” had been moved. Contents of the female victim’s purse, including a cellphone and money, a broken picture and other forensic evidence hinted that it may have been a crime of passion and that robbery was not the motive. Students shone various lights on the scene to determine if there was “blood” on other items the students found. Each participant wore gloves and took great care not to contaminate the scene. Each class had groups of students who worked together to solve the crime. After ample time in the crime area, the

students returned to the classroom to debrief and work on their theories. Johnson urged them to have no preconceived ideas nor to jump to conclusions. He reviewed reflective questions with them which could help guide them toward the solution. They were all told to collaborate and brainstorm with their teammates and to come back the next day with their theories. Upon their return to class the next day, they were to write their thoughts and theories in their journals. The team with the best, most credible solution to the crime was deemed the winner. VETERANS DAY CELEBRATED

Tomorrow is Veterans Day, and Sumter School District schools and administrative offices will be closed. The district is celebrating in a variety of ways. On Friday, employees of the district who are veterans honored their past service, on a voluntary basis, by wearing or displaying their uniforms or other memorabilia. It was a way to show the students what an impact America do veterans have on them daily. Veterans who did not have a uniform but wanted to participate displayed other military items or a sign letting the students know they were veterans. Last Wednesday, many of the school principals and the superintendent at the district level allowed their employees to participate in the Jeans for Troops initiative. Employees paid $5 to wear jeans on that day to show support for the initiative. Wednesday was the fourth annual Jeans For Troops drive which benefits the Gi Go Fund, a nonprofit 501c3 organization that helps veterans returning home find employment, go to college, access their health care and financial benefits, and link to housing. This is the first year Sumter School District has participated. This Friday, Lakewood High School ROTC will conduct their annual schoolwide assembly to honor all the men and women on staff who are veterans of the military, law enforcement, fire departments, or emergency medical services and those still serving in the National Guard, Reserves, or other capacity. BOARD OF TRUSTEES TO MEET

The Sumter School District Board of Trustees will meet Tuesday night at Oakland Primary, 5415 Oakland Drive. This is a change from the regular board meeting day because of the Veterans Day holiday on Monday. Executive session will begin at 6 p.m., followed by open session at 6:45. Those wishing to speak during public participation are asked to sign up in the lobby between 6 and 6:45 p.m. — Mary B. Sheridan


Class of 2014 — Drake McCormick and Stephen Reaves; 2015—Kayla Chappell, Jacob Crotts, Emily DeMonte, Morgan Houde, Sarah Jackson, Hannah Jenkins, Kaitlyn Pollock, Jonathan Prioleau, Elizabeth Teague, Sydney Townsend, Carson Turner and Noah White; 2016 — Christian Gulledge, Kylie Horst, Ainsley Hutto, Gabe Orndorff and Paula Patel; 2017 — Matthew Beymer and Anna Prichard; 2019 — Reaghan Avery, Isabella Crowe, Riley DeLavan, Audrey Johns and Kenzie MacQueen; 2020 — Peyton Arrants, Ava Claus, Caleb Galloway, Joseph Mazurek and Waylen Rhodes TSA FACULTY HONOR ROLL (AB HONOR ROLL)

Class of 2014 — Sydney Long, Chelsea Pastore and Priya Patel; 2015 — Elijah Baity, James Bracewell, Sarah Brandt, Daniel Branham, Tanner Brunson, Julia Coffey, Katherine Helms, Patrick Kuzbary, Brian Prewitt, Cody Segura, Christie Shannon and Christopher White; 2016 — Audri Bostick, Morgan Conte, Tiffany Daniels, Brandon Eddins, Emma Gaulke, Megan Hanson, Kevin Hurley, Becca Jenkins,Anne-Marie Kildron, Kylie Kistler, Lizzy Lowe, Jacob Peckham, Luke Reed, Mary Kathryn Ross, Brenda Shelton, Kirsten Squires, Samantha Studer, Sarah Waldrop and Sarah Witt; 2017 — Ross Campbell, Devon Clemmons, Mason Crowson, Will Crowson, Hannah Denithorne, Caroline Dollard, Haley Fike, Makayla Font, Jaxon Huettmann, Ben Janssen, Eric Lisenby, Nathan Martin, Kylee McClure, Kaitlyn Moise and Jacob Stewart; 2018 — Jeremey Beaudet, David Crotts, Jonathan Dillon, Janie Marie Faircloth, Zachary Fugate, Joshua Galloway, Lindley Hodge, Payton Houser, Allie Lindler, Ty Litsey, Robin Majority, Caetlyn Martin, Marley McCormick, Anna Mock, Connor Mouzon, Kendall Peckham, Josie Reed, Carmen Silvester, Tyler Singletary, Mason Studer, Gray Thompson and Ellie White; 2019 — Sydney Baity, Kayleigh



Benenhaley, Karin Brannon, Cassidy Brunson, Sydney Daniel, Emily Jackson, Ed Lee and Nicholas Rabon; 2020 — Mercedes Byrd, Graham Campbell, Joshua Fugate, Autumn Gebler, Mackenzie Hyder, Alyssa Law, Tye Monteiro, Callum O’Rourke and Madeline Ross. — Kim Roedl

Lee County School District LOWER LEE ELEMENTARY

Lower Lee Elementary started off the week of Oct. 21 with “Light Works”. The fourth-grade students completed several activities that demonstrated how light reacts when it strikes a surface. The students also created their own Jeopardy game on the European Settlements in the New World. The second-grade students learned about weather. On Oct. 28, third-grade students learned about the adaption of plants and animals in an Arctic Tundra. LEE CENTRAL MIDDLE VETERAN’S DAY

On Nov. 8, Lee Central Middle will hold a program to honor Lee County veterans. Local veterans are invited to attend. The JROTS will present the colors, there will be a speaker and the LCMS choir will perform. LEE COUNTY ACADEMIC LEARNING CENTER

During the week of Oct. 28, Lee County Academic Learning Center students participated in the Clemson University Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program. Staff and students are making contributions for Breast Cancer Awareness each Friday. All proceeds are donated to Relay for Life. Bobby Jones spoke on Oct. 28 as part of Red Ribbon celebration. Thanks to Sheriff Simon and his staff for donating pamphlets, pencils and rulers to the students for the Red Ribbon Week celebration. The students released pink balloons in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness and Red Ribbon month on Oct. 29. — Erica Rogers

Sumter Christian School HISTORY FAIR A SUCCESS

Fifth through eighth grade recently competed in the History Fair. This gave students the opportunity to research an ancient civilization, state, country, or historical figure; make a poster board display; and give an in-class presentation of their material. The fair successfully allowed students not only to learn more about a given topic but also to urge them to strive for excellence in a competitive environment. Many students were even enthusiastic about picking out their topic for next year’s fair. In fifth grade, Zoie Blanding won first place for her project on the Phoenicians, Hannah Fraser won second place for her project on Ancient Egypt, and Tyler Dawson won third place for his project on Rome. In sixth grade, Mandy Wierschem won first place for her project on Hawaii, Haydn Abercrombie won second place for his project on Michigan, and Elijah Blanding won third place for his project on California. In seventh grade, Joshua DeWitt won first place for his project on China, Lauren Moore won second place for her project on India, and Matt McIntyre won third place for his project on Madagascar. In eighth grade, Emily Wilson won first place for her project on Patrick Henry, Noah Campbell won second place for his project on General Douglas MacArthur, and Erik Langevin-Ziegler won third place for his project on William Penn. Joshua DeWitt from seventh grade won first place over all for his project on China. Ninety-three percent of the student body sold at least one box of chocolate in the recent fundraiser and enjoyed a Magic Show held in the auditorium on Nov. 1. Adrian Gagnon, a traveling magician from Fort Mill used students to assist him as he performed several illusions with rings, cards, balloons, water, fire and sleight of hand. A “behind-thescenes” interview was conducted for those who sold seven or more boxes in which they were shown how to perform a magic ball and vase trick. Adrian individually allowed these students (Alexis Evans, Adrionna Jackson, William Painter, Benjamin Knight, Katie Painter, Kyle Painter, Nahdea Wiley and Ta’Niss Robinson) to perform their trick with his assistance. This week Aidan Mack from K5, Jerrius Williams from first grade, Piper Gordy from second grade, Olivia Olberding from fourth grade, Kyla Duffy and Lakeiya Sims from fifth grade, Austin Marie Barnhill from sixth grade, Brittany Walker from seventh grade, and Sarah Fraser from eighth grade all received the Student of the Week award for good behavior and participation in class. — Miriam Marritt







Julie and Ronnie Watts are the managers of Greenhaven Preserve, a natural burial cemetery near Eastover.



Some funeral facts from Funeral Consumers Alliance of S.C.: • Options exist for inexpensive burial and cremation. • Home funerals, including burial at home, are allowed in many places. • Embalming is not required in any burial or cremation. • Hospitals cannot refuse to release a body to a family with proper credentials. • There are no S.C. laws regarding the disposal of cremated remains, but get permission of private landowners.

Each year non-natural U.S. cemeteries bury approximately*: • 827,060 gallons of embalming fluid, which contains formaldehyde • 90,272 tons of steel • 2,700 tons of copper and bronze • 30-plus million boardfeet of hardwoods • 1,636,000 tons of reinforced concrete in vaults *Casket and Funeral Association of America, Cremation Association of North America, Doric Inc., The Rainforest Action Network, and Mary Woodsen, Pre-Posthumous Society

YESTERYEAR from Page C1 Iris Gardens, printed in the Charleston News and Courier’s rotogravure section yesterday, was not representative of the gardens, nor at all beautiful. It shows only a section of the lake with the cypress trees in the background and in the foreground a few iris plants just beginning to peep above the soil. In the scene there is no hint of the wealth of azaleas, wisteria and many other flowering shrubs that are gorgeously colorful in early spring. The iris, as is well known, do not bloom until late May and early June.” Beginning Thursday Border Adventure by Oren Arnold — An exciting serial Story of Life with the Mexican Border Patrol. High adventure with alien and dope smugglers. Start this great new serial Thursday in The Sumter Daily Item. Oratorical contest held — The oratorical contest to select a representative for the state contest and two who will speak commencement night for the Rhame declaimers medal was held yesterday afternoon at the Boys’ High School, with nine boys taking part. First place was won by Arthur Burnett, who will represent the school in the district contest. The two boys selected to speak commencement night were Robert Moise and Gamewell Lemmon. Golf news — Robert E. Newman, assistant manager of the J.C. Penney store, entered the golfing hall of fame yesterday when he scored a hole-in-one on the ninth hole at the Sunset Country club. Newman, who has not been playing golf long, played a perfect mashie shot to the 125-yard green and

had the supreme thrill of watching his ball trickle into the hole. New pro at country club — George Wilson, who learned the golf game in Scotland and who had helped to build some of this country’s classiest courses, is the new golf professional at the Sunset County club. Wilson succeeds Edwin Vickery of Plymouth, Maine. Wilson learned the golf game under Ben Sayers, of North Berwick, Scotland, from there going with Lord Northcliffe at Sutton Place near London. From there he went to La Touquet, France, and Cairo, Egypt with Harry Burchart building golf courses. Sumter hurler fans 10 — Sumter High opened its baseball season yesterday afternoon by trouncing Carlisle, 9 to 1. The Gamecocks with Robert Epps pitching 5-hit ball and whiffing 10, were never in danger after they had wiped out an early Carlisle score by a two-run rally in their half of the initial inning. Epps was in mid-season form and his fine hurling gave the Sumter players little opportunity to exhibit their defensive wares. They were none too strong at the plate however, only one player, Windham, getting more than one hit off Deaver, big Carlisle hurler. Mayesville defeats rival — The Mayesville High school team, composed mainly of players from the eighth and ninth grades, upset the dope bucket by defeating a more experienced Hillcrest club by a score of 12 to 9. Myers and Hawkins pitched for Hillcrest while Bradley went the entire route for Mayesville.

Guide to assist individuals in planning their own natural burials. Ronnie also emphasized that Greenhaven “is not a funeral home,” therefore, the family must have a signed death certificate and a permit to transport the remains themselves or have it done by someone else. The Wattses do offer information on resources and can suggest people to assist families in making necessary arrangements. Ronnie emphasized that natural funerals also cost a fraction of what is charged for a “modern” funeral. Greenhaven Preserve’s charge for a burial space and marker is around $1,600; at the time of burial, a $500 fee is charged for “opening and closing” the grave, which must be more than 4 feet deep. The size of a plot is 10-by-10 feet. Greenhaven’s non-denominational chapel may be used at no cost. CHOOSING A PLOT Greenhaven Preserve has no plots marked off; you can choose any spot under the canopy of pine trees. General areas of the cemetery are designated by names of plants: holly, dogwood, cedar, hickory, wisteria, for example.

Leavell, for Hillcrest, starred both at bat and in the field. Newman, with his timely hitting, was one of Mayesville’s best bets. This is Mayesville’s third victory, having previously defeated Bethune and Elliott. Pinewood wins big — Pinewood High School Indians had a track meet at the expense of the local baseball team here Friday afternoon by collecting 18 hits, 20 runs, and two home runs. Keels, the first man up for Pinewood, hit a home run. Allan McLeod smashed a two-base hit in the same inning after Aycock and Farmer had gotten singles to win the game. Pinewood scored in every inning. Fisher, pitching for Pinewood, got a home run in the ninth inning to make his day on the mound a complete success. Major leaguers meet in Sumter — Hank Greenberg, home run king of the Detroit Tigers, walloped a home run in the fifth inning of yesterday’s game with the Brooklyn Dodgers at the Sumter Municipal Park. Two men were on base when Greenberg walloped the ball over the centerfield fence, which is over 400 feet from home plate. Detroit uncorked plenty of power to win by a 14 to 6 score. 50 YEARS AGO – 1964 Jan. 4-10 A slate of officers headed by John S. Wilson as president was installed at the annual ladies’ night program of the Sumter Kiwanis Club at the Legion Home. Dr. W.J. Snyder Jr., retiring president, presented his successor the club gavel and the president’s lapel pin. Wilson introduced his officers and directors including Fred Brogdon, vice president; V.L. Brown, treasurer; Edward Savage, secretary

On the left as you enter Greenhaven is a natural pet cemetery. Clients can also have their pets buried with them.

How does one choose his or her future burial site? Julie told of a Master Gardener who was making arrangements recently. “While she was walking around looking at locations,” she said, “a butterfly appeared and landed on the ground. She took that as a sign and picked that

and Barnes Boyle, John Council, John Dwiggins, John Graham, Harry Ryttenberg, Carl Simpson and Dan Trotter, members of the board. Tree plantings — Beautifiers are getting off to a good start in this new year as they launch an ambitious tree-planting program which they hope will eventually mean 1,000 dogwoods dotting the Sumter landscape. Letters have been sent to the city’s garden clubs by Sim P. Wright, superintendent of Parks and Recreation and a member of the Sumter Beautification committee on tree planting. They contain policies governing the planting of the dogwoods, all under the supervision of the Sumter Beautification Committee. Sumter Jaycees survey need for civic center — Sumter’s Jaycees will begin heavy legwork next week as they follow up on space survey forms sent out to governmental agencies by the Composition Subcommittee of the Civic Center Study Committee, now in the process of conducting a detailed evaluation on the need and feasibility of a civic center in this city. Last night a Jaycee committee headed by Emery McElveen met with City Planning Director Ed Gussio and sub-committee chairman Harry Demosthenes to go over plans for collecting survey forms mailed to the various governmental agencies in Sumter. Sumter Elks place first in drive — The Sumter Elks Lodge placed first among organizations raising the most money for the Salvation Army by operating the Main Street Kettle House for a day last month. Maj. Helen Padgett, commander of the local Salvation Army, reported today that the Elks

spot as her burial plot.” “Simple, meaningful, sustainable,” Julie said. “That’s our mission.” Contact information: Ronnie Watts, (803) 4647207; Julie Watts, (803) 464-7208. Email Visit the website for more information.

raised $165.31 – about $100 more than a year ago – for the Army’s Christmas and winter relief program. With Club Manager Ben Ward as project chairman, the Elks operated the booth on Dec. 19. Gamecocks in finals — It’s Sumter vs topseeded BrooklandCayce in the finals of the Greater Columbia Area basketball tournament tonight at Airport High School near the Columbia airport. The Gamecocks had their hands full but emerged with a 56-44 win over stubborn Dentsville last night to gain a finals berth opposite the only other AAA school entered in the meet. B-C downed Cardinal Newman 49-45 in last night’s second game, thus earning a spot in the championship contest. Tuomey nurses win – Winning their first basketball game of the season Saturday night were the Tuomey Hospital nurses who defeated the Hartsville Sunday School team 35-22. Marie Eaddy led with 12 points and Hartsville’s Janet Smith had 12 also. The Y men lost their game to Hartsville by 58-49. Russell Watson led the winners with 22 points and Skimp Harrison Jr. had 17 for Sumter. Randy McElveen scored 13, Will Davis 12, and Wayne Watts, 11. Birds sweep three — “This is the first time since I’ve been here that Sumter has taken all three games from Florence,” Coach Charlie Hodgin said today, smiling at the thought. His Gamecocks scored a 55-34 victory in the feature game last night at the school. The Sumter girls won a close 38-37 game and the Jayvees took a 49-44 win. Hodgin let it be known that he appreciates the backing of the student body at the games this year and said it encour-

ages the boys to play harder. Miss Nina celebrates — One of the delights of this world is age that is ageless. Mrs. Nina Phelps, who reached her 90th year yesterday, fits that description perfectly. “Miss Nina” has seen and been a part of the history of this city since it was a dusty little town called Sumterville. She has played many roles in this city’s progress, some of them being the only living charter member of the Sumter Red Cross, first president of the Sumter County Tuberculosis Assn. and a moving figure in the founding of the now-defunct Camp Alice TB sanitarium. Miss Nina is also a charter member of the UDC, DAR, and Pilot Club. During World War II she served as chairman of the women’s division of Sumter County Council of Defense. Watson dies at 80 — Dr. Burke Watson Sr. died Tuesday night at Tuomey Hospital after a brief illness. Born in Marion County, March 3, 1884, he was the son of William E. and Annie Fore Watson. He had lived in Sumter over 40 years. He was a retired druggist and was a graduate of Southern College of Pharmacy. Barbecue restaurant opening — Jo-Be’s Pit Bar-B-Que will have its Grand Opening on Jan. 10 and 11 at 737 North Main at Bill Cauthen’s Supermarket. It will be open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Going strong — One of Sumter’s oldest citizens, L.B. Darr, is 94 years old. Still enjoying good health, he was associated with the newspaper and printing industry here for many years and was court crier for some time after retirement. Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at or (803) 774-1294.




Contact the newsroom at 803-774-1226 or e-mail

Growing rental equipment shop attracts DIY’ers Gene Weatherford worked for rental centers for a dozen years before he decided to open his own. “There was a need, and I thought it would be a good business to be in,” said the 56-year-old. “If you’re not a plumber, you don’t need an auger every day. You might only need it once or twice a year. It’s not cost effective to own your own, and you don’t have to worry about storage or (maintenance).” He opened Sumter Rental Equipment at 419 Broad St., Sumter, in August of 2012. Business has been going well so far. “I enjoy meeting people and dealing with the public,” Weatherford said. “Sometimes it is a challenge, but anything in life worth doing is. It’s (the business) growing. I don’t have everything people want, but I’m learning what people need.” His business is open 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. He has two employees. WHAT KIND OF EQUIPMENT DO YOU RENT OUT?

Backhoes, tractors, pressure washers, plumbing equipment such as sewer augers, trenchers, pole saw, limb trimmers and more. PHOTO PROVIDED

Brent Waynick is seen with one of the post-frame buildings his business creates for clients. Carolina Post Frame LLC can build anything from carports to workshops, barns and sheds.

Friend takes over post-frame business BY JIM HILLEY Special to the Item When a longtime friend of Brent Waynick closed down his post-frame construction business recently, Waynick recognized an opportunity. “He was still busy when he quit,” Waynick said. Since the demand for post-frame buildings still seemed strong, Waynick formed Carolina Post Frame LLC. “We build all types of buildings — workshops, barns, sheds, horse barns, carports — just about anything,” Waynick said. Post-frame construction involves building around wooden posts planted directly into the ground or into poured or molded concrete footings. The posts — often made of pressed wood composites — provide a strong and durable platform on which siding, trusses and roofs can be constructed. “The main reason people choose post frame is cost,”

Waynick said. “There is a lot of need for people to store their boats and stuff, or a farmer might need a farm building to store a combine.” It is also much quicker to build post frames, he said. “A stick-built house can take six to eight weeks or more. We can usually do it in a weekend.” Post frames are also simple, strong and easy to modify, he said. Waynick said they can also be built without conforming to the same codes as stick-built construction. “That can take a lot of time and really increase the cost,” he said. Waynick said he has been in the construction and remodeling business since he was a teenager. “At about 18 or 19, I started on mobile homes, remodeling. I’ve been doing it a long time,” he said. Waynick said he intends to keep his current business, JWB Properties, open to do jobs such as remodeling and painting. Waynick comes from a family with a history of running busi-

nesses in the Sumter area. He said his father owned the Harold Waynick Pharmacy, and his sister, Kelli Waynick Louter, also owns a business. “We seem to have a knack for business,” he said. At this time, Waynick said he expects to employ six or eight people at Carolina Post Frame. “Six to eight people is one crew; if we get busy enough to have more than one crew, it could go to 20 or so,” he said. He said he has already hired two workers who have been building post frames a long time. “They are the best in the state,” he said. Waynick said Carolina Post Frame will focus on the local area. “I’ll primarily work in Sumter and areas a little to the east, places like Clarendon, Darlington and Florence,” he said. Waynick said he is currently working out of a home office. “I would love to have a storefront eventually,” he said. For more information on Carolina Post Frame LLC, call (803) 468-8272, email or visit www.

worker furloughs and government disruptions may have helped, not hurt, the improved jobs picture. Typically, jobs numbers are announced on the first Friday of the month. Because of the shutdown, the Bureau of Labor Statistics delayed the release of the jobs numbers by one week to allow more time to collect payroll and household data. That extra time resulted in an above-average response rate for payroll data. So, not to get hung up on numbers, but the average participation rate by employers in payroll surveys for the nine months before October was 76.4 percent. That meant that in subsequent months, as more

Most stuff we rent for half days or day rates. With the weekly rate, I might charge for four days, but you get to keep it seven. Weekly can be about $200 for a backhoe, but some small hand tools might be $10 a day. The way it works, say for tractors, is it has a meter that keeps a running time. A day is eight hours, and a week is 40 hours. We also have weekend rates. During the week, a day is 24 hours, so the equipment is due back the same time the next day as the time you checked it out. On Saturdays, though, you can pay the daily rate, keep it and bring it back by 8 a.m. Monday for the same one-day price. A lot of people take advantage of that. We also take reservations. If you know you are going to need something Thursday of next week, call us and we will guarantee it will be ready. Our number is at (803) 774-4046. You don’t need to plan a whole week to do something, come in here and can’t do it. DO YOU OFFER DELIVERY?

We do offer delivery for an extra charge. It varies depending on how far we have to go. It’s best to call and ask. WHAT IS CHALLENGING ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS?

Finding how to keep things simple. I’m buying things that people may never have used before. You have to be able to show them how to use the equipment pretty quickly. Also, trying to be fair and stay on top of things so that we still make a profit. WHAT MIGHT SURPRISE PEOPLE ABOUT WHAT YOU DO?

Your average person doesn’t know how much some of this equipment costs. They might go to the store thinking they can pick up a sewer auger for $20. Some cost $1,500 to $2,000. That’s what makes it not feasible to have something like that sitting in your closet if you don’t need it but once a year. — Jade Anderson

Shutdown’s surprising effect on job numbers WASHINGTON (AP) — The government shutdown may have affected October’s jobs numbers. But not how you think. For weeks, the White House had braced for a dour report on hiring, with economists and aides lowering expectations and blaming last month’s partial shutdown for the inevitable bad news to come. Then Friday’s numbers materialized: Employers appeared to have ignored the shutdown and hired away, to the tune of 204,000 jobs in October. The shutdown, it seemed, had had no effect. Not so fast. In the height of irony, the 16 days of federal



President Obama speaks at the Port of New Orleans on Friday in New Orleans. An unexpected 204,000 jobs were added in October despite the 16-day government shutdown.

data was collected, the hiring numbers were adjusted, often upward. In October, with an extra week to collect data, the participation rate was 83.5 percent, the highest ever. A robust hiring number, to some economists, now felt slightly inflated. “It seems that when the initial response rate is high, the initial payroll

number is often, though certainly not always, stronger than the prior trend,” Ian Shepherdson, chief economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics, wrote in a research note. In other words, if the jobs numbers in prior months were based on a lower participation rate, a stronger participation rate would skew the number up.


Gene Weatherford, owner of Sumter Rental Equipment, looks out over his items while talking to a customer. He recommends calling and reserving items at (803) 774-4046.






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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. iSCorSP500178.30+2.39 iShEMkts 41.16 -.09 iShiBoxIG 113.29 -1.12 iSh20 yrT 103.41 -2.55 iSh1-3yTB 84.46 -.06 iS Eafe 65.22 +.38 iShiBxHYB 92.90 -.16 iShMtgRE 11.63 -.23 iSR1KVal 90.89 +1.28 iSR1KGr 81.85 +.98 iSR2KGr 127.94 +2.85 iShR2K 109.23 +1.95 iShUSPfd 37.85 -.16 iShREst 63.99 -.87 iShHmCnst 21.75 -.34 ITW 79.08 +.72 Infosys 53.68 +.01 IngerRd 67.70 +1.11 IBM 179.99 -.01 IntlGame 17.47 +.29 IntPap 43.96 +.86 Interpublic 16.94 +.24 IntPotash 16.17 +.02 InvenSense 15.95 -.04 Invesco 33.32 +.95 InvMtgCap 14.78 -.46 IronMtn 26.92 +.42 ItauUnibH 13.89 -.36

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Tips will help you survive holiday travel

Tipsy turkeys: Birds fed beer for flavor, size

NEW YORK (AP) — There’s not much good news for fliers this Thanksgiving. Airports will be packed, planes will have few — if any — empty seats, and you might sit apart from a loved one, unless you pay extra. During the 12-day Thanksgiving travel period, 25.1 million people are projected to fly, an increase of 1.5 percent from last year, according to Airlines for America, the industry’s trade and lobbying group. But don’t fret; there are some things you can do — in some cases paying a little extra — to make your trip more pleasant, or to at least buffer the damage if something goes wrong.

HENNIKER, N.H. (AP) — When it comes to pairing beer with poultry, Joe Morette isn’t too fussy. His turkeys will drink just about anything. Morette, who is raising about 50 Thanksgiving turkeys this year, has been giving his birds beer since 1993, when he and his workers popped open a few cans after work on a hot July day. A turkey knocked one over and started drinking, he said, and they’ve been sipping the suds ever since. Morette, who prefers serving the turkeys lager, insists the beer makes birds fatter, more flavorful and juicier. “Oh, yeah, it’s noticeable,” he said. “It’s not a strong, gamey flavor, it’s a nice turkey flavor.” Longtime customer Dan Bourque, a Manchester attorney, said he hasn’t had a bad bird yet from Morette. He said the turkeys are far superior to the supermarket varieties. “We find the gravy is much darker, and much tastier,” he said. “The bird overall has a slightly different taste that is very appealing.” The animal rights group PETA said turkeys shouldn’t be fed beer and that “farmers across the country use questionable practices to keep costs down or to alter the taste of animals’ flesh because their priority is profit, not the animals’ welfare.”


• If you miss your connection — or bad weather causes delays — the airlines will automatically rebook you on the next available flight. However, with flights at near capacity, the next open seat could be several days away. • Don’t like the flight you’re rebooked on? Get in line to speak to a customer service representative. But also, call the airline directly. If the phone lines are jammed, try the airline’s overseas numbers. You’ll pay long-distance rates but might not have to wait. Finally, consider sending a Tweet. • Consider buying a one-day pass to the airline lounge. For one thing, there are usually free drinks and light snacks. But the real secret to the lounges is that the airline staffs them with some of its best — and friendliest — ticket agents. The lines are shorter, and these agents are magically able to find empty seats. One-day passes typically cost $50. SEATS

• If you and your loved ones don’t have seats together already and don’t want to pay an extra $9 to $99 domestically for a “premium” coach seat, it’s very likely that you will sit apart. • Set up alerts for seat openings. offers free notifica-

LEGAL NOTICES Bid Notices ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS SPOT SAFTEY IMPROVEMETNS Sumter, South Carolina Separate, sealed bids will be received by Sumter County for the construction of US 76/378 (BROAD ST) AND SC-441 (PATRIOT PKWY/PEACH ORCHARD RD); US 76/378 (BROAD ST) AND S-467 (CARTER RD); US 76/521 (BROAD ST) AND S-276 (GION ST); US 15 (POCALLA RD) AND US 521 (GUIGNARD RD) INTERSECTIONS. Bids will be received in the Sumter County Council Chambers at Sumter County, 13 E. Canal Street, Sumter, South Carolina, 29150 until 2:00 PM, Wednesday December 11, 2013 local prevailing time, at which time and place the BIDS will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids received after this time will not be accepted.


Travelers at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport wait for ground transportation upon their arrival Nov. 21, 2012. During the 12-day Thanksgiving travel period in 2013, 25.1 million people are projected to fly, an increase of 1.5 percent from last year, according to Airlines for America, the industry’s trade and lobbying group.

tions when a window or aisle seat becomes vacant. For 99 cents, it sends an email if adjacent seats become available. • Check the airline’s website five days before the trip. That’s when some elite fliers are upgraded to first class, freeing up their coach seats. Another wave of upgrades occurs every 24 to 48 hours. • Check in 24 hours in advance, when airlines start releasing more seats. If connecting, check for open seats 24 hours before the second flight departs. • Keep looking. Even after checking in, seats can be changed at airport kiosks and on some airlines’ mobile applications. LUGGAGE

• Weigh a bag at home first. Anything over 50 pounds (40 pounds on some airlines such as Spirit) will generate a hefty overweight sur-

Bid Notices County, 13 E Canal Street, Sumter, South Carolina, 29150 upon payment in the amount of $50.00 (non-refundable) for each set of documents thus obtained. Shipping via Federal Express may be requested for an extra cost of $25.00. Checks shall be made payable to Kimley Horn & Associates, Inc. Each proposal shall be accompanied by a certified check or bid bond in the amount of not less than five percent (5%) of the amount of the bid in the form and subject to the conditions provided in the Instruction to Bidders. The Owner reserves the right to reject all bids, to waive formalities, to reject nonconforming, non-responsive, or conditional bids. The BIDDER to whom a contract may be awarded shall fully comply with the requirements of all the Code of Laws of South Carolina governing the practice of general contracting. No BIDDER may withdraw his BID within 90 calendar days after the actual date of the opening thereof. SUMTER COUNTY

The Spot Safety Improvements consists of construction new traffic signals and pavement markings at the US 76/378 (BROAD ST) AND SC-441 (PATRIOT PKWY/PEACH ORCHARD RD); US 76/378 (BROAD ST) AND S-467 (CARTER RD); US 76/521 (BROAD ST) AND S-276 (GION ST); US 15 (POCALLA RD) AND US 521 (GUIGNARD RD) intersections. Items include, but are not limited to signal installation, pavement markings and markers, grading, and traffic control. It is the intent of Sumter County to award this contract to the Bidder competent to perform and complete the Work in a satisfactory manner. The apparent Lowest Responsible Bidder, and any other Bidder so requested, shall, within three days after the request, submit to Sumter County an experience statement with pertinent information as to similar projects and other evidence of qualification for each Sub-contractor, person, and organization. Bidders must possess the proper contractor license classification to perform the Work elements contained in the specifications in accordance with the Code of Laws of South Carolina; and if selected, provide a copy of their active license to the Owner. An OPEN Pre-Bid Conference to answer questions will be held on Wednesday November 20, 2013 at 2:00 PM in the Sumter County Council Chambers at Sumter County, 13 E. Canal Street, Sumter, South Carolina, 29150. The Bidding Documents may be examined at the following locations: Sumter County - Sumter, SC City of Sumter Sumter, SC Associated General Contractors Online McGraw Hill Dodge - Online Copies of the Bidding Documents may be obtained on or after Sunday November 10, 2013 from Sumter

Abandon Vehicle / Boat Abandoned Mobile Home Notice: The following vehicle was abandoned at 901 Pinewood Rd. Sumter, SC 29154. Described as a 1971 Vintage, Mountainview, Serial #5377. Also abandoned and included in this notice are two (2) storage buildings. Service charge is $15.00 per day beginning December 10, 2013. Owner is asked to call 803-422-7387. If not claimed in 30 days, it will be turned over to the Magistrate's Office for public sale.

Summons & Notice NOTICE OF FILING COMPLAINT IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS C/A No. 2013-CP-43-962 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF SUMTER Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., as trustee on behalf of Green Tree 2008-MH1, Plaintiff, vs. The Estate of Eddie Samuel a/k/a Eddie Samuels, by and through its Personal Representative, Daisy J. Samuel; Daisy J. Samuel, Individually, and as Heir-at-Law of Eddie Samuel a/k/a Eddie Samuels; Isaac Samuel, Jerry Jennings, Willie James Samuel, Edward Samuel, Dennis Samuel, Tiffany Samuel, Evelyn Samuel, Dilene Hodge a/k/a Dilen Samuel Hodge, David Lee Samuel, James Peterson, Heirs-at-Law of Eddie Samuel a/k/a Eddie Samuels and any unknown Heirs-at-Law of Eddie Samuel a/k/a Eddie Samuels, Deceased, their Heirs, Personal Representatives, Administrators, Successors, and

charge — typically $100 — in addition to the typical $25 checked bag fee. • Before your bag disappears behind the ticket counter, make sure the airline’s tag has your name, flight number and final destination. As a precaution, place a copy of your flight itinerary inside your suitcase with your cellphone number and the name of your hotel. • If you can’t live without it, don’t check it. A lost bag can take days to recover. Don’t pack medication or outfits for tomorrow’s meeting or wedding in the bag you’re checking. The same goes for jewelry or electronics. • You could be asked to check your carry-on bag, given today’s crowded overhead bins. Pack a small canvas bag inside the carryon. Use that to hold onto your valuables if you have to check the carryon.

Summons & Notice

Summons & Notice

Assigns, and all other persons entitled to claim through them; The Estate of Rowland Samuels, by and through its Personal Representative, if any, whose name is unknown; The Estate of Harry Lee Samuel, by and through its Personal Representative, if any, whose name is unknown; The Estate of Eddie Samuel Davis, by and through its Personal Representative, if any, whose name is unknown; The Estate of Janie Mae Peterson, by and through its Personal Representative, if any, whose name is unknown; The Estate of Annie Bell Montgomery, by and through its Personal Representative, if any, whose name is unknown; Frank Montgomery, Marcus Montgomery, Anthony Montgomery, Gregory Montgomery, and Tyrone Montgomery, Heirs-at-Law of Annie Bell Montgomery, Deceased, their Heirs, Personal Representatives, Administrators, Successors, and Assigns, and all other persons entitled to claim through them; any unknowns Heir-at-Law of the Estates of Rowland Samuels, Harry Lee Samuel, Eddie Samuel Davis and Annie Bell Montgomery, their Heirs, Personal Representatives, Administrators, Successors, and Assigns, and all other persons entitled to claim through them; all Unknown persons with any right, title or interest in the real estate described herein; also any persons who may be in the military service of the United States of America, being a class designated as John Doe; and any Unknown minors or persons under a Disability being a class designated as Richard Roe; Glasscock Company, Inc.; the Pacesetter Corporation; Green Tree Servicing LLC f/k/a GreenPoint Credit; and the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles, Defendants

Subdivision, on that certain plat made by J.P. Edwards, RLS, dated February 21, 1978, and recorded in the Office of the RMC for Sumter County in Plat Book Z40, at Page 416. That according to said plat the within parcel is bound and measures as follows: On the North by Lot No. 9 of said Block and measuring thereon 41.64 feet; on the Northeast by property now or formrly of J.E. Mayes and measuring on the boundary of 37.67 feet; on the East by Lot No. 16 of said Block and measuring thereon 165.0 feet; on the South and fronting on 3rd Street and measuring thereon 95.0 feet; and, on the West by Lot No. 14 and measuring thereon 249.2 feet. Be all of said measurements a little more or less and according tos aid plat herein referred.

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 June 5, 2013, at 3:07 pm.

SECOND AMENDED LIS PENDENS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT an action has or will be commenced in this Court upon complaint of the above-named Plaintiff against the above-named Defendants for the foreclosure of a certain mortgage of real estate given by Eddie Samuels and Roland Samuels to Conseco Finance Servicing Corp., dated February 10, 2000, and subsequently recorded on March 9, 2000, in book 766, page 1024 in the Office of the Register of Deeds for Sumter County. The real property covered and affected by the said mortgage and by the foreclosure thereof were, at the time of the making thereof and at the time of the filing of this notice, described as follows: All that piece, parcel or lot of land lying, being and situated in the Mayesville Township, of Sumter County, State of South Carolina, which parcel is represented as Lot 15, Block K in the Mayesville East

Property Description: 4085 Third Street, Mayesville, SC 29104 TMS #3098201014 Mobile Home Information: 1996 Destiny, Serial no. 048322A&B

AMENDED SUMMONS AND NOTICES Foreclosure of Real Estate Mortgage (Non-Jury) Deficiency Waived TO THE DEFENDANT(S) NAMED ABOVE: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to Answer the Amended Complaint in this action, of which a copy is herewith served upon you, and to serve a copy of your answer to said Amended Complaint on the persons whose names are subscribed below at PO Box 4216, Columbia, SC 29240, within thirty (30) days after the 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 Amended 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 Amended Complaint. TO MINOR(S) OVER FOURTEEN YEARS OF AGE, AND/OR TO MINOR(S) UNDER FOURTEEN YEARS OF AGE AND THE PERSON WITH WHOM THE MINOR(S) RESIDE(S), AND/OR TO PERSON UNDER SOME LEGAL DISABILITY, INCOMPETENTS AND PERSONS CONFINED: YOUR ARE FURTHER SUMMONED AND NOTIFIED to apply for the appointment of a Guardian ad Litem within thirty (30) days after service of this Amended Summons and Notice upon you. If you fail to do so, application for such appointment will be made by the Plaintiff. YOU WILL ALSO TAKE NOTICE that, pursuant to Rule 53(b) South

One of Joe Morette’s beer-drinking turkeys is seen after a stop at the beer trough in Henniker, N.H.


Summons & Notice circulation with the County of Sumter, South Carolina, and which is hereby designated as the paper most likely to give notice to the Defendants intended to be served.

Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure, as amended effective September 1, 2002, the undersigned attorneys, on behalf of the Plaintiff herein, will seek a general Order of Reference to the Master-in-Equity or Special Referee for Sumter County, South Carolina, which order shall, pursuant to the Rule 53(b) South Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure, specifically provide that the Master-in-Equity or Special Referee is authorized and empowered to enter a final judgment in this action, with any appeal from the final judgment entered by the Master-in-Equity or Special Referee directly to the Supreme Court or to the Court of Appeals, whichever is appropriate. ORDER FOR APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY AND GUARDIAN AD LITEM AND SERVICE OF VARIOUS PARTIES BY PUBLICATION

Crawford & von Keller, LLC P.O. Box 4216, Columbia, SC 29240 803-790-2626 Attorneys for Plaintiff

Public Hearing NOTICE OF SUMTER CITY-COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING The Sumter City - County Planning Commission will hold its regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at 3:00 P.M. in the Planning Department Conference Room located in the Liberty Center (12 W. Liberty Street, Sumter, South Carolina). This is a public meeting. If there are any questions, please call George McGregor or Donna McCullum at (803) 774-1660.

Upon reading and filing the Motion and Consent attached hereto, it is: ORDERED that, pursuant to Rule 17, SCRCP, Kimberly A. Raber, PA, 1920 Barnwell Street, Columbia, SC 29201, a competent and discreet person, is hereby appointed as the attorney to represent any unknown Defendants that may be in the military service represented by the class designated as John Doe and Guardian ad Litem for all unknown Defendants that may be incompetent, incarcerated, underage, under any other disability, represented by the class designated as Richard Roe, as to the Estate of Eddie Samuel a/k/a Eddie Samuels, the Estate of Rowland Samuels, The Estate of Harry Lee Samuel, the Estate of Eddie Samuel Davis and the Estate of Annie Bill Montgomery, all of whom may have or may claim to have some interest in or claim to the real property commonly known as 4085 Third Street, Mayesville, SC 29104.

ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements Harrah's Cherokee Casino, Bus Day Trip departs every 1st Sat, $50 & receive $25 from Casino, 2nd Mon. $50 & receive $40 return. Call for more info 803-316-4684.

In Memory

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, unless those Defendants who are incompetent, incarcerated, underage, under any other disability, or in the military service, shall, in person or through someone in their behalf, within thirty days after final publication of this Order, procure to be appointed some other suitable person as attorney or Guardian ad Litem in the place and stead of Kimberly A. Raber, this appointment shall be final. AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that this Order, the Summons and Lis Pendens shall be served upon all unknown persons with any right, title or interest in the subject property, including the Defendants, John Doe and Richard Roe, who may be incompetent, incarcerated, underage, under any other disability, or in the military service, by publishing a copy thereof once a week for three weeks in the Daily Items, a newspaper of general

In Loving Memory of Monique "Lisa" Jackson 2/28/85 - 11/11/04 Even though it's been 9 years since you was taken from us. It seems like yesterday. We love & miss you. From Mom & Family




ANNOUNCEMENTS Lost & Found Found on Lynam Rd. gray female pitbull with white on chest. Recently had pups. Owner contact the SPCA at 773-9292. LOST

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LARGE GARAGE SALE 1st & 3rd Weekend Tables $1 & Up

Cake Decorator Needed Apply in person with current portfolio at Serendipity Cafe 118 S Main St Sumter 774-4007

ASE Certified Mechanic 5 day work week, competitive pay. Apply in person to Jamie Bilton, Bilton Lincoln, 70 W. Wesmark, 803-773-7339.

House for rent Modern Interior 3BR/2BA in Historic District. Chestnut St. Central Heat & Air. $875/mo. Call 803-464-5872

Ricky's Tree Service in search of certified bucket truck operator & power line trimmer. Call 803-435-2223

Must See! 3 Br, 1.5 ba, FD, office, covered carport with workshop in Pinewood. Call Donnie at 803-972-3110.

F/T Optical Retail Sales. Experience preferred but not required. Must work Saturdays. Will accept resumes on Wed. Nov. 6th or 13th from 2 - 4 pm at H. Rubin Vision Center, 1057 Broad St., Box 1, Sumter Mall. Sumter, SC 29150 ONLY! No phone calls, please. Dress to Impress!

Home For Sale Ready to move in $50,000 Or rent to own 4 bdrm 1.5 BA 62 Carroll St Sumter Call (803) 478-8952


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Stylists, Barbers, Nail Techs needed at Paradise Beauty Salon, 735 N. Main. 803-773-7945

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

Building/Grounds Supervisor I, Band 4, $30,752 per year. USC Sumter. High School diploma and six years related experience. Supervises the evening custodial staff and provide skilled help in the maintenance of the physical plant, equipment, and university fleet. A working knowledge of electrical, mechanical, and plumbing systems necessary. A thorough knowledge of tools, equipment, and materials used in custodial services and general maintenance. Must be able to perform minor repairs to equipment. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with faculty, staff, students, and the general public. Supervisory experience a plus. The University of South Carolina requires individuals to apply online for all job vacancies. You may access the USC Jobs Online Employment site at http:// As part of the online process, a cover letter, resume, transcripts and a list of three references (complete with address and phone number) must be attached to the online application form. If you have any questions about the application procedures, please call (803) 938-3721. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. USC Sumter is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer.


ESTATE AUCTION Hope escaped from her new home at 702 Wren St. Oct. 14th. She was last seen on Lawton Circle. Hope is wearing a collar with SQ Rescue tags. Very anxious to get our girl back. If found, please call 803-479-4184 or 803-608-6630.Reward $250

REWARD OFFERED! Lost neutered male cat from Spring Dr., Muller Dr. & 76 area. Has a distinct crooked tail. If you know of his whereabouts, call Laura 983-1135/Colette 795-3978. Found small dark scruffy dog in the area of 521 S. fire dept. Owner call 486-9349.




Professional Remodelers Home maintenance, ceramic tile, roofing, siding & windows doors, etc. Lic. & Ins. (Office) 803-692-4084 or (Cell) 803-459-4773

Roofing C&B Roofing Superior work afford. prices. Free est., Sr. disc. Comm/Res 30 yr warr. 290-6152 All Types of Roofing & Repairs All work guaranteed. 30 yrs exp. SC lic. Virgil Bickley 803-316-4734.

Tree Service The Tree Doctor Any size tree removal & stump grinding. Trimming & clearing. No job too big or small. Call 775-8560 or 468-1946. We accept credit cards and offer senior discounts STATE TREE SERVICE Worker's Comp & General liability insurance. Top quality service, lowest prices. 803-494-5175 or 803-491-5154 A Notch Above Tree Care Full quality service low rates, lic./ins., free est BBB accredited 983-9721

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

Seasoned Oak Firewood for sale, Full size truck $75 . Call Fred 464-5667 or 803-883-8074 BIG AL, The man with the plan. The Sweet Potato Man. Call 803-464-6337.

Firewood For Sale, $60/truck load delivered. Call Chris at 803-464-8743 Estate remains: Some antiques, 30's China Cabinet, Trunk, Piano stool, 6 rose back Mahogany chains, mirrors, Fall front desk, Mahogany dresser & chest, Pine chest, paintings, and more. Phone 481-2995 Firewood Back of pick up 4 ft wide, 2 ft high $20 803-666-8078 Expert Tech, New & used heat pumps & A/C. Will install/repair, warranty; Compressor & labor $600. Call 803-968-9549 or 843-992-2364 Firewood for Sale Will Deliver. Call 803 651-8672 Craft Stove fireplace insert with blower box, like new $300 OBO Call 720-7704 Kenmore Refrigerator OBO. Call 803-406-6159

Bring your chain saw. Pick your tree. Fill your pickup. $50 a load. 803-666-8078

Junk Cars = CASH Junk Batteries $8 & up!

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EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted Full-Time

Auctions Auction Lee County Schools Surplus Nov. 14th, 10 am, 321 Roland St. Bishopville, SC. Info & Pix at ID #14336 Odom Auction SCAL #627



Nightingale's Nursing & Attendants NEEDED IMMEDIATELY: RN, Private Duty for Manning SC case, FT. Must have valid SC Nursing & Driver's license, proof of car insurance, clean SLED, good references, and one year pediatric experience. Competitive wages & benefits. Call Kat Scriven at (843) 413-6033, fax resume to (843) 413-6036, or apply online at

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Community Education Manager, Behavioral Health: 8-bed Geropsychiatric Unit in Bennettsville, SC; develop & implement marketing program. Req's Bach. degree & 2+ yrs direct healthcare sales exp.Resume to: John Eatwell, Horizon Health,; Fax: 1-972-420-8285. EOE

Sparrow and Kennedy Tractor Co. in Manning is looking to hire an Ag technician with experience in the following areas: Diesel engine repair, hydraulics and electrical diagnostics. Must have valid SCDL. Applications can be picked up at 305 E. Boyce St., Manning, SC 29102. Submit applications to Service Writer. The #1 Furniture Retail Company in the U.S. is seeking highly motivated individuals with outgoing personalities to join our Sales Team. Candidates must have a working knowledge of computers. They will be required to build sales volume by providing superior customer service and knowledge of product and finance options. This full time position is based on a flexible work schedule that includes evenings, Saturdays and some holidays. Offering unlimited income potential based on commission and bonuses. Guaranteed salary during training process. Send resume to 2850 Broad St., Sumter, SC 29150 MAINTENANCE PERSON needed for senior apartment community in Sumter. This will be a full-time position. Qualified candidate must have their own tools, valid driver's license, motivated, organized and results oriented. Painting and cleaning involved. Our company offers competitive salary and benefits. Must pass criminal check and drug screening. Applications may be picked up at 60 Hillard Drive, Sumter, SC or call 803-934-1449. Established Heating and Air Conditioning Company looking for an experienced HVAC service technician. Must have experience, a valid driver's license, people skills, good personality. Great benefits offered and top pay! Send all responses to P-Box 343 c//o The Item, PO Box 1677 Sumter SC 29151 The SC Army National Guard wants High School Juniors, Seniors, Grads and GED holders, and Prior Service! Ask about college tuition. Receive paid technical training and more while serving your Country and Community on a part-time basis. Call now for this great opportunity! SSG Michael Wright 803-667-0985 SSG Lorraine Lordy 803-360-1979 We're growing! CNAs & exp Cooks needed. Apply in person at Northwoods Senior Living, 1267 N. Main St. Sumter.

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Help Wanted Part-Time Seeking Part-time RN for Home Health Service. Please contact Denise at 803-236-1721 $$$ AVON $$$ FREE TRAINING! 803-422-5555

Trucking Opportunities FT/PT Drivers. Must have 2 yrs exp. & CDL. Night shift. Hauling poultry. Call 804-784-6166 Drivers: Start up to $.41/mi., Home Weekly or Bi-Weekly, 90% No-Touch, 70% D&H. CDL-A 1yr. OTR exp. Req. 877-705-9261 Driver Trainees Needed Now! Learn to drive for US Xpress! Earn $800+ per week! No experience needed! CDL -Trained and Job-Ready in 15 days! 1-888-263-7364

Medical Help Wanted Experienced Receptionist needed for busy doctors office in Sumter. Call 803-566-0179

Work Wanted I'm Available to clean your home. Affordable, reliable 15 yrs exp ref's. Melissa 803-938-5204 Housekeeping, low rates, References, Mother sits with Elderly Call 983-3438 or 883-4410 Private Home Health Care Sitter. Reasonable rates. Call 803-236-2685 for more info.

RENTALS Rooms for Rent Room for rent. Utilities included, private bath $115 weekly. Call 843-992-8817 ROOMS FOR RENT, $100- $125 /wkly. All utilities & cable included. 803-938-2709

Unfurnished Apartments Hampton Pk Hist. Dist Clean,attractive 3Rm (1Bdrm) Range, Refrig.,Washer & Dryer Incl. Ceiling fans, No pets. Off Street parking $390 Mo. +Sec Dep w/Yr Lease Credit report & Refs Req. Call 773-2451 Fully Renovated 1Br/1Ba upstairs Apt. Appl.& Water inc. Fully carpeted. $350/mo. + sec. dep. 775-7895 after 6pm. Montreat St: (off Miller Rd.) 2BR 1BA gas & electric + appl's. No pets. $350 mo + dep. 316-8105.

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CASH PAID for Furn, tools, and other items. One item to complete estates. Call 840-0420

Scenic Lake 2Br, 2Ba & 3 Br, 2 Ba. No pets. Call between 9am 5pm ONLY! (803) 499-1500. 3BR/2BA, Mobile home 15S. $500/mo + $500/dep. 803-983-8084

STATEBURG COURTYARD 2 & 3 BRs 803-494-4015

Beautiful MH 1035 Island Dr Sumter SC 29154 $29,900 Call 803 883-2964

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

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

Resort Rentals

5.1 acres (Lee County). $10,000 OBO. Owner is absentee upstate for quick sale. 561-502-8598

Vacation Rentals Santee, Garden City Beach Michelle Hodge, 803-491-4914 Beautiful Cabin on Lake Marion fully furnished all utilities included, with boat slip. Call Charlotte 803 478-2800 or 464-5352

17.9 acres off Mims Rd. On London & Wells Rd. Asking $63,000 OBO. Call 803-795-7484


Commercial Rentals Guignard Storage: 57 Neal St. Personal storage units. No deposits. Call 803-491-4914 Manning- Hwy 260, Excellent location for Church rental. Across from Santee Electric Co. Call 803-473-0321

REAL ESTATE Homes for Sale

USED Like New Pontoon. 2000-25ft. Crest II DL. 115HP Evinrude motor. Galvanized Wesco Trailer. 803-478-8239


A Guaranteed Credit Approval AUTO LOANS We will arrange financing even if you have been turned down before. Loans available for no credit, bad credit, 1st Time Buyers & Bankruptcy buyers. No co-signers needed. Call Mr. Ashley Brown at 803-926-3235

Home For Sale Ready to move in $50,000 4 BD 1.5 BA 62 Carroll St Sumter Call (803) 478-8952 Attention Real Estate Investors Sealed bids will be taken for the Property of : 110 Gibbons St, Sumter, SC 29153 Terms and conditions apply. Home currently occupied. Mail Bids to 235 Gibbons St Sumter SC 29153 Small 2BR house being rented. Need some repairs, for a CHEAP price. Call 803-236-0253 LOW CREDIT SCORE? Been turned down for bad credit? Come try us, we do our own financing. We have 2-3-4-5 bedroom homes on our lot. Layaway program available. For more information, call 843-389-4215.

2007 Buick Lucerne CXL, $10,900, Luxury & Chrome package. One owner, Garage kept, Clean. Serviced by Jones Buick every 3 mos. 89,500 miles. May see at 585 Covington St. 773-4486 Carter Brick And Concrete. We repair Chimneys & any type of brick or concrete work. We also buy junk cars, running cars and appliances Call 803 565-1145 C&C Recycling Parts & Wrecker Service Top price paid for junk cars! We buy scrap metal, alum cans, batteries, copper. 773-7702

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Flowers Farm Produce 2037 Summerton Hwy 1 mi. N of Summerton, Hwy 15 M-F 9-5 Sat 9-3. Homegrown fresh vegetables. U pick tomatoes Ends 11/16/13

Garage, Yard & Estate Sales

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


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Plus: Vehicles, Equipment, Tools, Home Furnishings & More 864.268.4399

Office Assistant/Vet Assistant with excellent computer skills and telephone 'etiquette. Full-time. Must be able to work with all types of animals. High school diploma needed. References are required. Send resume to 2093 Alex Harvin Hwy. Manning, S.C. 29102

Mobile Home Rentals

#53232636/2007 Giles, 16x80 3+2, 5810 TB Wright Rd., Rembert, 1.22 acres, $44,900 #93447350/2007 Clayton, 16x76 3+2, 913 Fulton St., Sumter, .27 acres, $49,000 #601069803/2010 Clayton, 28x48, 1359 W. Peach Rd., Winnsboro, 1.6 acres, $69,900 #510270257/2010 Giles,16x80 3+3, 165 Blue Jay Lane, Bishopville, 1.01 acres, $54,900 #710125048/2010 Clayton, 28x44, 3+2, 1928 Harlem St. Columbia, .47 acres $74,900 #97193180/1999 Skyline, 28x72, 4+2, 1442 Herod Dr., Manning, .69 acres, $69,900 #63648076/2008 CMH APP, 28x48, 3+2, 1729 Rush, Rd. Elgin, 1.22 acres, $69,900 #72661959/199 Homes Merit, 32x76, 4+2, 1136 Hall St., Summerton, 1.1 acres, $69,000 #910428164/2011 Schult, 16x76, 3+2, 1184 Waynes Dr., Manning, 1.45 acres, $49,900 #967757887/1999 Bellcrest, 23x66, 5+2, 1697 Cassatt Rd, Cassatt, 1 acre, $69,900 #710271487/2011 Giles 16x80, 3+3, 4455 E. Brewington Rd., Gable, 2.79 acres, $49,900 Land home properties available for immediate occupancy-10% down regardless of credit!! DL-8005 Call 803-665-0269

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Experienced person needed to work in Property Management/Real Estate Office. Applicant must be proficient in Microsoft Words computer applications. Experience with Property Management Software a plus. Outstanding organizational & multi-tasking skills are required. Send resume & referenced to Russell & Jeffcoat Realtors, Inc., 1229 Alice Drive, Sumter, SC 29150 Attn: Joyce Shorter (No Phone Calls Please!)

Help Wanted Iron Workers & Certified Welders needed. Must pass Background Check! 803-316-7006.

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Building Permits Bettie B. Stover, owner, Carolina Home Improvements, contractor, 37 W. Liberty St., $55,900 (remove / replace floor system, frame walls for restroom, commercial); Thomas L. Williams, owner, Shelwood China, contractor, 1135 Spann St., $5,900 (reroof, residential); Bobby Dubose, owner, Dee & Gee Builders LLC, contractor, 6 Middle St., 1,343 heated square feet and 240 unheated square feet, $18,000 (completion of new dwelling, residential); Mark A. and Sheila Ayers, owners, Alaglass Pools, contractor, 1711 Hideaway Drive, $26,464 (swimming pool, residential); Walter Thomas and Donna Ilen Dew, owners, Alaglass Pools, contractor, 1850 Kolb Road, $24,164 (swimming pool, residential). Stephen M. and Malley Jennings, owners, Rob Morris Construction, contractor, 515 W. Hampton Ave., 580 unheated square feet, $15,000 (detached storage / pool house, residential); Robert Ross Dinkins, owner, Rogers Construction Engineering, contractor, 134 N. Main St. (136), $11,500 (roof repair and replacement, commercial); Huntington Inc. of Sumter, owner, Powers Construction Co., contractor, 481 Coachman Drive, H, $24,389 (smoke and fire damage repairs, commercial); Hugh L. Jr. and Jennifer B. Jones, owners, Hugh L. Jones Jr., contractor, 3685 Gatorbay Lane, 3,300 heated square feet and 751 unheated square feet, $175,000 (completion of new dwelling, residential). Julian J. Singleton, owner, Powers Construction Co., contractor, 520 Ashtonmill Drive (530), Building 7, 24,960 heated square feet, $1,055,308 (new three story apartment with 24 units, commercial); Julian J. Singleton, owner, Powers Construction Co., contractor, 540 Ashtonmill Drive (550), Building 6, 24,960 heated square feet, $1,055,308 (new three story apartment with 24 units, commercial); Julian J. Singleton, owner, Powers Construction Co., contractor, 560 Ashtonmill Drive (570), Building 5, 27,327 heated square feet, $1,155,385 (new three story apartment with 24 units, commercial); Jesse W. Powell, owner, Wilkes Builders, contractor, 1290 Summit Drive, 3,600 heated square feet and 1,000 unheated square feet, $233,000 (new dwelling, residential). Kenneth C. and Debi A. Coker, owners, David Windham dba Windham Roofing, contractor, 3460 Wedgefield Road, $6,100 (reroof, residential); Mary Katherine Tovey, owner, George E. Cantlon dba Sumter Siding, contractor, 118 Guyton Drive, $5,600 (reroof, residential); Michelle Leigh Smith, owner, Craig Drennon dba Storm Team Construct, contractor, 2363 Kings Mountain Drive, Dalzell, $7,379.57 (reroof, residential); Sean H. and Annette O. McCaffrey, owners, Craig Drennon dba Storm Team Construct, contractor, 508 McFaddin Ave., $9,750.19 (reroof, residential); Sumter Home Insulators Inc., owner and contractor, 850 S. Pike West, 4,500 heated square feet, $180,000 (new commercial construction office / warehouse, commercial). Dean R. and Lisa M. Judge, owners, Charpyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pool Service, contractor, 625 Lakewood Drive, $20,000 (swimming pool, residential); Richard K. Jr. and Eliza Anderson, owners, Jeffrey D. Haas, contractor, 937 Wisteria Way, $6,900 (reroof, residential); Barbara S. Johnson, owner, Baxleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bestway Transportation, contractor, 3205 Sargent Road, Dalzell (mobile home, residential); Carolyn D. Baird, owner, Carraway Construction, contractor, 5980 Martinville Church Road, 1,200 unheated square feet, $20,000 (farm machinery storage building, commercial); Edward B. and Betty J. Richardson, owners, Harvey McDonald, contractor, 5170 Scenic Lake Drive East, Rembert (mobile home, residential). Shubach Deliverance Outreach, owner, JJ Hardee Construction and Design, contractor, 975 Eagle Road, 7,387 heated square feet, $700,000 (new worship center, commercial); John P. and Nancy L. Reilly, owners, Crescent Construction LLC, contractor, 8055 Meeting House Road, Dalzell, $7,100 (reroof, residential).

Property Transfers Herbert and Eth Vaughn to Ethel Vaughn et al, one lot, one building, 2 Eaton Blvd., $5 etc.; Thelma Holland (lifetime estate) to Lucretia Mashore et al, one lot, one building, 116 McBride St., $5 etc.; Meadowcroft Inc. to JMJ Homes LLC, one lot, Katwal-

PUBLIC RECORD lace/Franfisher Drive, $29,000; Davis & Ross Construction Co. Inc. to Vanessa L. and Alexander L. Larsen, one lot, 1355 Raccoon Road, $209,000; First Citizens Bank & Trust Co. to Palmetto Properties of Sumter County LLC, one lot, 3180 Brittany Drive, $15,300; Sidney B. Jackson to Sidney B. Jackson Estate, one lot, one building, 1945 Pinewood Road, $5 etc.; Sidney B. Jackson to Sidney B. Jackson Estate, one lot, 1854 Kolb Road, $5 etc. Sidney B. Jackson to Sidney B. Jackson Estate, Hammond Road, $5 etc.; Sidney B. Jackson to Sidney B. Jackson Estate, Cains Mill Road, $5 etc.; Sidney B. Jackson to Sidney B. Jackson Estate, Privateer Township, $5 etc.; Lizzie G. Johnson (lifetime estate) to M. Valerie Johnson et al, six buildings, 6130 Wedgefield Road, $5 etc.; Beatrice G. Sanders Estate to David A. Sanders, one lot, one building, 11 Stark St.-603 Brown St., $5 etc.; Louis Galloway Johnson to Louis Galloway Johnson Estate, one lot, one building, 49 Rast St., $5 etc.; Dorothy M. and Richard C. Johnson to Dorothy M. Johnson, one lot, one building, 1107 Hurley Drive, $5 etc. Robert M. Baker Jr. to Robert M. Jr. and Teresa M. Baker, two buildings, 1826 Queen Chapel Road, $5 etc.; Willie Lee Jr. and Chasity M. Houser to Willie Lee Houser Jr., one lot, one building, 1780 Ketch Ave., $5 etc.; Carolyn Scott Jordan to James and Sussanna Stukes, 9665 Israel Lane, $6,000; William E. and Richard S. Lindler to Richard S. Lindler, TB Wright Road, $37,760; Ransome J. Somersett Estate to Betty Siau, two buildings, 3260 Tobias Road, $5 etc.; Joseph R. Hall to Robert S. Wilson, one lot, one building, 3110 Wise Drive, $69,000; Ransom J. Somersett Estate and Myron C. Somerset to Myron C. Somerset, Tobias Road, $5 etc. Equity Holding Corp. to Stormy Olson, one lot, 5225 Silo Road, $5 etc.; Susan and Charl Howard to Susannah M. Howard et al, one building, 5350 Cane Savannah Road, $5 etc.; Tony Leonard and Teresa Joetta Fullard to James Price, one lot, 31 Second Ave., $300; Tony Leonard and Teresa Joetta Fullard to James Price, one lot, 35 Second Ave., $300; George Brown Jr. to Forfeited Land Commission, one lot, 336 Pinson St., $988; Cephus Gregg Sr. to James Price, one lot, 221 W. Williams St., $300; Gary Alston to Jamie Fisher, off of Furman Field Road, $300; Charles Smith to Fitzgerald Collins, one lot, one building, 3980 Delaware Drive, $75,000. Sarah Johnson to Sarah Johnson (lifetime estate), one lot, one building, 2818 Cains Mill Road, $5 etc.; Justin R. and Leah A. Kratzer to Colleen L. Blackmon, one lot, one building, 2455 Lorentz Drive, $120,000; John P. Bailey to Eric William and Kacie Laken Johnson, one lot, 3300 Royal Colwood Court, $199,900; Charles R. and Carolina D. Thompson to Evan L. Thompson, one lot, one building, 16 Hilliard Drive, $86,000; Yvonne Turner to Yvonne and Sharity T. Turner and Faith T. Ford, one lot, 170 W. Brewington Road, $5 etc.; First Reliance Bank to Palmetto Properties of Sumter Co. LLC, one lot, one building, 3340 Brittany Drive, $21,400. Barbara Jenkins Dease to Sandra L. and Derek A. and Stephanie L. Davis, Live Oak Road, $5 etc.; Barbara Jenkins Dease to Sandra L. and Derek A. and Stephanie L. Davis, off Live Oak Road, $5 etc.; Jacinta M. Banks et al to Jacinta M. Banks and Susan Voss, one lot, one building, 5425 Dais Road, $5 etc.; Wells Fargo Bank NA (trustee) to Michael Armstrong Jr., one lot, one building, 10 Capri Drive, $53,799; Carolinas Homebuilder LLC to Great Southern Homes Inc., one lot, 175 Masters Drive, $5 etc.; Carolinas Homebuilders LLC to Great Southern Homes Inc., one lot, 165 Masters Drive, $5 etc.; Carolinas Homebuilder LLC to Great Southern Homes Inc., one lot, 297 Masters Drive, $5 etc. Carolinas Homebuilder LLC to Great Southern Homes Inc., one lot, 170 Stubberfield Drive, $5 etc.; Carolinas Homebuilder LLC to Great Southern Homes Inc., 301 Aberlour Drive/1796 Smls, $5 etc.; Carolinas Homebuilder LLC to Great Southern Homes Inc., 307 Aberlour Drive, $5 etc.; Heirs of Sam Jackson and Heirs of Katie S. Jackson to Marie Pinckney et al, 2320 Beckwood Road, $5 etc.; Addrana Jones to Addrana Jones Estate, one lot, two buildings, 5755 Cane Savannah Road, $5 etc.; George H. and Patricia M. Jones to Patricia M. Jones, one lot, one building, 4320

Starks Ferry Road, $5 etc.; Vernetta L. Weekes (lifetime estate resident) to Vernetta L. Weekes, four buildings, 6810 Three Mile Branch Road, $5 etc. William Forrest Jr. and Karen Keels to Green & Mims LLC, six buildings, Mount Sinai Church Road, $450,000; Chong L. Lin to Rickey McCray, two lots, three buildings, 19301936 Coral Way, $126,000; Paul C. Lewis to Paul C. Lewis Estate, one lot, one building, 898 Kolb Road, $5 etc.; Irene A. and Patricia A. Masisak to Patricia A. Masisak, one lot, one building, 1930 W. Oakland Ave., $5 etc.; Nathaniel W. Mewborn to Nathaniel W. Mewborn Estate, one lot, one building, 3730 Beacon Drive, $5 etc.; GMAC Mortgage LLC to Bat Holdings Six LLC, one lot, two buildings, 122-124 Milton Road, $10,850; Jewell Lillard Estate to Eva M. Lillard et al, one lot, one building, 5065 Knollwood Drive, $5 etc. Diane C. Geddings (personal representative) to Diane C. Geddings et al, four buildings, 1830 Twelve Bridges Road, $5 etc.; Michael D. and Alice K. Mixon to Michael D. Mixon, one lot, two buildings, 1050 Kolb Road, $5 etc.; Michael D. and Alice S. Mixon to Michael D. Mixon, one lot, one building, 21 Dew St., $5 etc.; Wilma G. Morel to Wilma G. Morel Estate, one lot, one building, 1913 Millwood Road, $5 etc.; Horace L. Morris Jr. to Horace L. Morris Jr. Estate, three buildings, 1340 E. Foxworth Mill Road, $5 etc.; Marjorie J. Morris to Marjorie J. Morris Estate, one lot, three buildings, 418 Myrtle Beach Highway, $5 etc.; Elmer A. Moyer to Elmer A. Moyer Estate, one lot, one building, 1507 Sharolyn St., $5 etc. Ernestine Pack to Ernestine S. Pack Estate, two buildings, 6825 Skinner Road, $5 etc.; Willie Pearson to Willie Pearson Estate, one lot, two buildings, 1304 N. Main St., $5 etc.; Sallie Mae Singleton to Sallie Mae Singleton Estate, two lots, three buildings, 7 and 9 Kent St., $5 etc.; Marion and Yvonne Pinckney to Marion Pinckney Estate and Yvonne Pinckney, one lot, two buildings, 2350 Alston Road, $5 etc.; Michael C. Brown to John K. Adams, one lot, 166 Shannon St., $400; Tonia Angela Francis and Michael B. Kemp to Donald Wilds, one lot, one building, 45 W. Moore St., $1,000; Quentin Greene and Mark Anthony Taylor to Capital Investment Properties, one lot, two buildings, 528 S. Harvin St., $900. Liberty Enterprise II LLC to Capital Investment Properties LLC, one lot, one building, 39 E. Patricia Drive, $1,400; Wateree Timber & Mining to Capital Investment Properties LLC, off Foxville Road, $9,000; Louis Galloway Johnson Estate to Capital Investment Properties LLC, one lot, one building, 49 Rast St., $5,500; Palmetto Properties of Sumter LLC to Roslyn Wilson, one lot, 7195 Saxton Road, $6,000; Nancy S. Robinson to Kathryn O. Jones, one lot, two buildings, 22 Swan Lake Drive, $267,000; Donald Morris Construction Co. Inc. to Michallie K. Wesley, one lot, 1045 Dewees St., $217,640; Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. to Andrew Philip Marlowe Jr., one lot, one building, 608 Wren St., $95,800. Great Southern Homes Inc. to Yan Wu and Ride Lin, one lot, 665 Brutsch Ave., $183,000; JMJ Homes LLC to Tracy A. and Lisa D. Harrington, one lot, Katwallace/Franfisher Drive, $235,000; Gay C. Berry and Glenda J. Crawford et al (lifetime estate resident) to Glenda Joyce Crawford et al, one lot, one building, 547 Wise Drive, $5 etc.; Friday Burgess to Capital Investment Properties LLC, one lot, 427 Foxworth St., $900; Edwin E. Mayhew to Patricia U. Mockalis, two lots, one building, 112 Anne Park, $3,000; Great Southern Homes Inc. to Cotrease S. Lawson, 1791 Nicholas Drive, $149,000; Great Southern Homes Inc. to Shelia Phillips-Hicks, one lot, 120 Stubberfield Road, $187,000. Curtis A. Begley Estate and Carole W. Begley to Curtis Allen Begley Jr. (personal representative), one lot, two buildings, 2124-2128 Tanglewood Road, $5 etc.; Sidney and Martha Caples to Ricky C. Caples, one lot, two buildings, 5970 Tillman Nursery Road, $5 etc.; Phillip Jackson (25 percent interest) to Bill Dyson, three buildings, 2595 Peach Orchard Road, $5,000; Richard Worth Lambert to Angela Aleta Evans, one lot, two buildings, 709 Wen-le Drive, $66,200; Second Mill Developers LLC to Gaymon & Associates General Contractors Inc., one lot, 135 Nautical Drive, $55,000; Gay-



mon & Associates General Contractors Inc. to Delores G. Horton, one lot, 135 Nautical Drive, $289,745. Secretary of Housing & Urban Dev Of Washington Dc to Oakley Elease, one lot, one building, 2201 Four Bridges Road, $61,000; Patrick Levy to Mary C. Levy, one lot, 330 Mooneyhan Road, $5 etc.; David Thomas to Reb Richardson, 1936 French Williams Road, $300; Gary A. Rabon to Prayosha Shri LLC, one lot, one building, 2350 Peach Orchard Road, $250,000; Hazel Dennis to Ister J. Johnson-Dennis, Rawhide Road, $5 etc.; William and Lillie Magazine to William and Lillie Magazine (lifetime estate), one lot, two buildings, 1265 Morris Way Drive, $5 etc.; Wilfred D. and Linda M. Davis to Wilfred D. and Linda M. and Joseph W. Davis, one lot, two buildings, 218 Guyton Drive, $5 etc. Ralph and Marcelina Stukes to Marcelina Stukes, 695 Louella Lane, $5 etc.; James Colter to Catherine Henry and George Ramsey, one lot, one building, 524 W. Oakland Ave., $6,000; John Darren Fullmore to Carolina Construction of Sumter LLC, one lot, 490 Loring Mill Road, $16,500; Amylynn Marie Warfield to Jtop Inc., one lot, two buildings, 34 Saratoga St., $47,800; Clayton T. and Alicia Waters Holladay to Alicia Holly Waters, one lot, two buildings, 1333 Warwick Drive, $5 etc.; Stanley O. Schaetzle Jr. to Stanley O. Jr. and Patricia Ann Schaetzle, one lot, two buildings, 737 Ingram St., $5 etc.; Stone Family Trust to Jason D. and Jessie F.J. Ball, one lot, one building, 6414 Quimby Road, $121,000. Charlie Alston Estate and Anthony Coplin to Charlene Gladden, one lot, one building, 424-426 Dogwood Drive, $1,700; Monica Wallace to Brian James, 5234 Cotton Acres Road, $836; Hurricane Construction Inc. to Jeffrey N. Caines, one lot, 3215 Matthews Drive, $184,990; Dunlap Properties LP et al to Mungo Homes Inc., one lot, 2130 Harborview Drive, $40,000; Dunlap Properties LP et al to Mungo Homes Inc., one lot, 2140 Harborview Drive, $40,000; Dunlap Properties LP to Mungo Homes Inc., 2150 Harborview Drive, $40,000; Jeffrey N. Caines to Jeffrey M. and Ashlynn Caines, one lot, 3215 Matthews Drive, $5 etc.; Tamorah Lynn McVicker to Richard C. Jones Jr., one lot, one building, Pb04-321, $101,700. Alexandrea V. Larson to Steven J. Watson, one lot, one building, 4345 Excursion Drive, $143,500; Timothy H. Gaymon (50 percent) and Eric S. (25 percent) and Todd R. Miles (25 percent) to Timothy H. Gaymon and Todd R. Miles, one lot, 1260 Alice Drive, $5 etc.; Danny J. and Gail P. Dowless to Jerry E. Cromer Jr., one lot, three buildings, 820 Broad St., $170,000; Danny J. and Gail P. Dowless to Jerry E. Cromer Jr., one lot, one building, 816 Broad St., $170,000; Danny J. and Gail P. Dowless to Jerry E. Cromer Jr., one lot, Whiffet Lane, $170,000; Meadowcroft Inc. to Carolina Construction of Sumter LLC, one lot, 1360 Malone Drive, $33,500; Kathy D. Nigro to John W. Pochebit, one lot, one building, 6312 Quimby Road, $124,500. Allen G. and Lam Moffitt to Joyce Shorter, one lot, 40 Cherry Hill Court, $32,000; Plowden Properties LLC to State Tree Services LLC, one lot, back lot, $30,000; Ruth and Lincoln Brock Sr. to Ruth and Lincoln Sr. and Pamela D. Brock, one lot, 1009 Vaughn St., $5 etc.; Lincoln and Ruth T. Brock to Lincoln C. and Ruth T. and Pamela D. Brock, one lot, one building, 116 King St., $5 etc.; Lincoln Brock to Lincoln C. and Ruth T. and Pamela D. Brock, one lot, two buildings, 142 Hoyt St., $5 etc.; Lincoln Brock to Lincoln C. and Ruth T. and Pamela D. Brock, one lot, two buildings, 210 Murphy St., $5 etc.; Lincoln Brock to Lincoln C. and Ruth T. and Pamela D. Brock, one lot, one building, 230 W. Williams St., $5 etc. Lincoln C. Brock to Lincoln C. and Ruth T. and Pamela D. Brock, two lots, three buildings, 409-415 Dingle St., $5 etc.; Lincoln Brock to Lincoln C. and Ruth T. and Pamela D. Brock, one lot, one building, 627 S. Main St., $5 etc.; Lincoln Brock to Lincoln C. and Ruth T. and Pamela D. Brock, one lot, 719 Branch/125 Duck St., $5 etc.; Lincoln C. and Ru Brock to Lincoln C. and Ruth T. and Pamela D. Brock, one lot, two buildings, 998 S. Main St., $5 etc.; Lincoln C. Brock to Lincoln C. and Ruth T. and Pamela D. Brock, one lot, one building, 1007 Vaughn St., $5 etc.; Lincoln C. and Ruth T. Brock to Lincoln C. and Ruth T. and Pamela D. Brock, one lot, one building, 627 Boulevard Road, $5 etc.






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ell, I knew it was going to happen, but I really hated to see it. There comes a time each deer season when the deer just seem to vanish, and it is usually around the first or second week of November. It comes as a stark contrast to the month of October, when the bucks are chasing the does all over the place and you see deer everywhere you look. A couple of things come into play here; first, the does the bucks have been chasing for a month have finally come into estrous and have slowed down long enough for the bucks to catch them. Once a doe comes into estrous, and she submits to the buck’s advancEarle es, she and the WOODWARD buck will sort of go off by themselves and stay together for a few days, only to move a short distance to feed or to propagate the species. Most of us use the term “lockdown.” The deer don’t move around, so you don’t’ see them. Another reason for the disappearance is hunting pressure. A lot of hunters have been able to get into the woods on a regular basis, and while it’s great to be outside, repeated sorties into the same stand locations will eventually alert the deer that something just isn’t right. They begin to avoid those places during the daylight hours, only coming out at night. We have a particular problem on our leases. We back up to one of the state Wildlife Management Areas. In other words, public hunting, which is great. Everyone should have a place to hunt, but they all seem to want to hunt right on our property line. Why? I don’t know. The WMA is over 2,000 acres, but everyone seems to hunt within 100 yards of our property. It can be very scary when a high-powered rifle goes off 200 yards from you, and you don’t know which way it’s pointed. I generally fire off a round from my pistol just to let the other guy know where I am. I don’t want to be an accident, and we can’t seem to be granted a buffer zone by the state. By the way, we were there before the WMA opened, so we didn’t know it was there when we leased the land. Hunters by the dozens begin scouting the area as soon as it opens and continue to do so throughout the season. They also drive 4-wheelers through the place to access their selected stand sights. All of this activity causes nervous-

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Dylan Keller displays the buck he killed while hunting with his uncle, Chase Keller. The 9-point buck weighed 180 pounds.

ness in the deer population and drives them “underground.” I knew it was getting close to the time the deer would vanish, so when I pulled the SD card and looked at the pictures back at home, there was not a single picture of a deer before 8 at night or after 5 in the morning. The pictures covered a 4-day window. So, what’s a person supposed to do now? Hey, you keep hunting. Sooner or later, the bucks and does will go their separate ways and in about 3-4 weeks the does that were not impregnated during the first round of rut will come back into estrous and another round of chasing and lockdown will take place. Also, the bucks, which haven’t done a lot of eating for the past month or so, will be looking for a buffet line to put on as much weight as they can before the really cold weather gets here in late January and February. Hunting food sources -- acorn flats, corn fields, etc. — may be the thing to do from here on out.

I’ve also found that the action on the WMA slows down a little bit once the “new” wears off and other seasons kick in. Around Thanksgiving, quail, rabbits, ducks, and almost everything else will be in season and it takes just a bit of pressure off of the deer population. I have found that even deer that have gone nocturnal will show up during shooting hours every once in awhile. It ain’t often, but if you ain’t there, you can’t shoot ‘em. Yes, I’ll admit that it is a little discouraging to be perched in a tree stand, or sitting in a ground blind and knowing that for the most part the likelihood of seeing a deer during hours light enough to shoot are slim to none at best. It still beats sitting in front of the TV, or behind a desk at work. I’ve had some better luck late in December, especially on cloudy, windy, cold days, so I’ll just bide my time and hope for better days to come. Sooner or later, the lockdown will break and the deer will move again. It happens every year.

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FISHING REPORT Lake Wateree Catfish: Good. Captain Rodger Taylor reports that a lack of water movement up the lake is hurting the anchor bite up the river. However, drifting cut shad from Wateree Creek southward is yielding good numbers of blue cats averaging 6 pounds. Fish are oriented close to the channel drop but drifting the flats will produce scattered blues, small channels and an occasional bullhead. Rain and water movement should help the anchor bite up the lake. Crappie: Fair. Veteran tournament angler Will Hinson reports that crappie are on the move and they are starting to get more active on the upper end of the lake around the river channel. A few fish are being caught shallower and around docks and bridges, but the most productive pattern has been tight lining 13-18 feet deep. Fish are suspended just off the bottom, although on cloudy days they may be a bit higher in the water column. Lake Greenwood Bream: Good. Fish bream are up against the bank, with bigger fish generally found a bit deeper. Bream fishing should remain good until water temperatures drop significantly. Catfish: Good. Plenty of good eating sized channel catfish are still being caught anchoring on humps and points and fan casting out baits. During the day the most productive depths have been 5-20 feet, and at night fish have been as shallow as 2 feet down to about 10 feet. Both shrimp and dip baits have been catching fish. Largemouth Bass: Fair. Bass are still in a transition period, with some fish caught shallow and others deep. Some bass have been caught on Alabama rigs fished around creek channels, at the mouths of pockets, and inside pockets and coves. Other fish have been caught on plastic worms fishing on the bottom in relatively deep water from 12-15 feet down. Lake Monticello Catfish: Slow to fair. The bite on Lake Monticello has been inconsistent as of late. The fall drift bite on Monticello is traditionally excellent. Lake Murray Bream: Very good. Lake World reports that shellcracker fishing is very strong in 4-15 feet of water off points using nightcrawlers. If fish are not quickly located move to another spot. Bluegill have been less predictable but some fish are still holding around docks and can be caught on worms and crickets. Striped bass: Fair to good. Lake World reports that striper are making their seasonal move, and right now fish are mostly found from Shull Island all the way to the where


the rivers split. There is good schooling activity from the mid-lake up, and fish can be caught on free lines, topwater plugs, bucktails and Little Fishies. Catfish: Fair to good. Captain Chris Simpson reports that mostly channels can still be caught shallower in the 5-20 foot range, but a mix of channel and blues are being caught deeper in the 20-40 foot range. The most consistent pattern is anchoring on points and humps in the main lake, but the drift is also producing some bites. Cut herring, white perch, shrimp and dip baits are all working. Crappie: Fair to good. Lake World reports that crappie continue to bite well in 6-15 feet of water around brush. Both jigs and minnows are catching fish. Largemouth bass: Very, very tough. Veteran angler Captain Doug Lown reports bass fishing is as tough on Lake Murray as he has seen it in a long time. Even before the cold front came through over the weekend fishing was slow, in part because of the recent lake turnover, but after the cold fronts the bite was close to impossible. Before the weekend a few fish were being caught on buzzbaits and jigs, but few patterns were productive after the cold weather. Once water quality improves and temperatures drop a few degrees fish may become more predictable. Santee Cooper System Crappie and Bream: Fair to good. Captain Steve English reports that both bream and crappie are bunched up around the same depth brush piles, about 7-8 feet down in 14-15 feet of water. Soon fish should move a bit deeper and they will be caught around brush piles 8-12 feet deep in 20-25 feet of water. Bream are eating crickets well and crappie are eating minnows. Shellcracker are being caught in the canal, and the best bet has been fishing around the rocks in about 6-8 feet of water with worms under a bobber or right on the bottom. Catfish: Slow. Captain Jim Glenn reports that catfishing remains slow in both lakes, although that should change as water temperatures drop. Overall, the best bet may be drifting with cut bait and covering a range of depths, including shallow and deep water. Largemouth bass: Very slow. Captain Jimmie Hair reports bass fishing remains very slow, although in the Cooper River a few fish have been caught on the dropping tide on plastics at the mouth of the rice fields. As water temperatures drop fish should move into the backs of creeks and a crankbait bite should develop.

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Blended familySource situations Blended Family for Comedy provide material for sitcom We're lucky in the Havens house. My husband and I have been married an eternity, as were our parents. When it comes to the holidays, we all pretty much end up in one place and celebrate together. But that isn't the experience of a lot of families these days. I have a friend who has three Thanksgivings to attend this year. One at her mom's, another at her dad's and still another with her dad's second ex-wife, with whom she's very close. She's part of a blended family, which is part of the comedy fodder for "Trophy Wife," airing Tuesday at 9:31 p.m. on ABC. The show is loosely based on executive producer Sarah Haskins' life. "I moved to L.A., and Emily (Halpern, executive producer) and I were writing together," Haskins says. "One day we ran out of ideas, so I married my next-door neighbor, a man 20 years my senior - with ex-wives and lots of children. And we sort of realized this is too good to pass up. So, it's very loosely based on my life, and this experience of being a trophy wife, which I hope is a tongue-in-cheek experience for myself and my family also." Haskins' real-life husband had been married three times, but she laughingly says, "We didn't think America could accept that, so we kept it at two." On the show, Malin

Kate (Malin Akerman) is finding her way as a step mom on "Trophy Wife," airing Tuesday at 9:31 p.m. on ABC.




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Akerman plays Kate, who marries the older Pete (Bradley Whitford). Ex-wife No. 1 is Diane (Marcia Gay Harden), an overachieving former Olympic athlete who had twins with Pete. Hillary (Bailee Madison) and Warren (Ryan Lee) are in high school and aren't exactly fans of the new family situation. Ex-wife No. 2 is hippie chick Jackie (Michaela Watkins), who with Pete adopted young Bert (Albert Tsai). To say their situation is complicated is an understatement. While Kate might look like the typical trophy wife, that isn't how she's made. She wants to be an involved parent and an equal parent with her husband. But it isn't easy, especially when resentful teens and difficult ex-wives are involved. "You know, it's entering today's culture of parenting, which is really hands on," Haskins says. "It's building Legos. It's buying birthday presents for kids' moms who used to be married to your husband. It's meeting their family and trying to convince them you're not some weird extra fourth wife, but you really want to be there and committed. I had a teenage daughter who was instantly much, much cooler than I was as a teenager. So, that was an interesting experience. The first time a kid vomits on you is always pretty surprising, especially when it's not yours. It just comes out of nowhere." At the heart of the show is a loving relationship. "Kate and Pete have a fun relationship," says 2:30

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Akerman. "He's really goofy, and they both have a great sense of humor. And I feel like she needed someone who is a little more mature than her flaky boyfriends that she's had in the past, and she was ready to dive into something real. And I think we see that even more in episodes to come. "I feel like it's rare in general to meet people whose parents are still together," Akerman continues. "When you do, that's kind of abnormal, whereas a few years back it used to be the normal thing. It used to be, 'Oh, my parents have been together for 40 years.' But now it's like, 'This is my third stepmom.' And that's sort of how I've grown up." "We always joke that it's a little bit like the story of Goldilocks in that the first wife was too cold and then he kind of overcorrected," says executive producer Lee Eisenberg. "So, he was kind of like this very driven lawyer, and she was a very driven doctor and very Type A. And he went to Jackie and then kind of self-corrected a little bit. In that instance, Bradley Whitford is Goldilocks." "I think we'd always imagined the character as someone who probably intended to get married once," adds Halpern, "and it just took him a while to meet the right person. And we will sort of see that evolution, but I think we're also counting on Bradley's charm and intelligence to come across."

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Apocalypse Now Redux aaac ‘01 Marlon Brando. A soldier is sent to track down and kill a rogue officer during the Vietnam War. R (4:30) AMC Mon. 8:00pm.

The Departed aaaa ‘06 Leonardo DiCaprio. An undercover cop discovers that a mobster is working as a police officer. R (3:30) SPIKE Sun. 11:00am. Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb aaaa ‘64 Peter Sellers. A mad United States general launches a nuclear attack on the Soviet Union. NR (1:45) TCM Tue. 9:45pm.

B Batman Begins aaac ‘05 Christian Bale. A billionaire develops a dual personality to fight crime in Gotham City. PG-13 (3:00) SPIKE Fri. 1:00pm., Sat. 9:00am. Brief Encounter aaac ‘45 Celia Johnson. A housewife and a doctor have secret meetings at a railway station. NR (1:45) TCM Tue. 11:30pm.

C Casablanca aaaa ‘42 Humphrey Bogart. A gin-joint owner in Nazi-occupied Morocco encounters an old flame. NR (2:00) TCM Sun. 4:00pm. Children of Men aaac ‘06 Clive Owen. A cynical bureaucrat meets a pregnant woman in an infertile future world. R (2:00) SYFY Sun. 11:30am.

ACROSS 1. __ Halpert; role on “The Office” 4. “__ Smart” 7. Jerry Van Dyke’s mother in his ’65-’66 sitcom 10. Ryan’s “Love Story” co-star 11. End of a tumor 12. Vaudevillian Olsen 13. Type 14. Word with pick or wit 15. “George & __”; ’97-’98 Bob Newhart sitcom 16. Michael Caine’s home 19. “O Brother, Where Art __?”; George Clooney film 21. Not quite closed 24. Edna, for one 25. Ponder 26. Pole or Croat 27. “SportsNation” broadcaster

9 PM 9:30 10 PM 10:30 11 PM 11:30 12 AM 12:30 LOCAL CHANNELS

28. “The __ Yard”; 2005 Adam Sandler movie 32. Allen or Gibson 34. “Hollywood Squares” win 35. “__ __ Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!” 38. Fifth or Pennsylvania: abbr. 39. __ Howard 40. Singer and bandleader Calloway 41. “Any __ Now”; Annie Potts series on Lifetime 42. Short-lived medical drama series (2002-03) 43. “Mike Hammer, Private __” DOWN 1. __ alai 2. “__ Fly Away” 3. Actor on “Welcome to the Family” (2) 4. “The __ Show”; game show spoof of the ’80s

5. __ Jannings; first person presented with an Oscar 6. “See ya!” (hyph.) 7. New documentary crime series (2) 8. Pub order 9. Old Olds 17. New, in Madrid 18. “The __ the Same”; 1951-55 game show 19. Six-pointers, for short 20. “Barney Miller” star 22. Cleopatra’s downfall 23. Cartoon pooch 29. Role on “Cheers” 30. “__ Times” (1974-79) 31. Timeline periods 32. “__ About You” 33. Eddie’s “Green Acres” co-star 36. Actress Anna __ Wong 37. Mr. Vigoda

E Easy Living aaac ‘37 Jean Arthur. A fancy fur coat falling on a woman’s head opens doors for her in the city. NR (1:45) TCM Fri. 11:30pm. The Expendables aaac ‘10 Sylvester Stallone. A team of mercenaries are sent into South America to overthrow a dictator. R (2:30) SPIKE Mon. 2:30pm, 8:00pm.

F Forrest Gump aaaa ‘94 Tom Hanks. A slow-witted man grows to adulthood amid the historic events of four decades. PG-13 (3:00) FAM Mon. 8:00pm. Frank Miller’s Sin City aaac ‘05 Jessica Alba. In a corrupt town, several tough outlaws live by their own moral codes. R (2:30) SYFY Sat. 11:00pm.

H Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone aaa ‘01 Daniel Radcliffe. An orphan learns the truth about his past after enrolling in a school of magic. PG (3:30) FAM Sat. 2:30pm. High Plains Drifter aaac ‘73 Clint Eastwood. Mysterious drifter is hired to protect a town from vengeful outlaws. R (2:00) TCM Sun. 8:00pm.

I I Am Legend aaa ‘07 Will Smith. A military scientist is immune to a virus that transforms humans into monsters. PG-13 (2:00) AMC Fri. 9:00pm. Invictus aaa ‘09 Morgan Freeman. South African President Nelson Mandela

unites his country with a rugby team. PG-13 (3:00) ION Tue. 11:00am.

J Jaws aaac ‘75 Roy Scheider. A great white shark begins to menace the waters of a New England resort town. PG (2:15) TCM Mon. 8:00pm.

K The Karate Kid aaa ‘84 Ralph Macchio. A teenager in a new town is bullied until an old man teaches him karate. PG (3:00) ION Thu. 11:00am. Katt Williams: It’s Pimpin’ Pimpin’ aaa ‘08 Comedic artist Katt Williams uses his unique style to poke fun at politicians. NR (1:45) COM Sat. 2:02am.

L The Lady from Shanghai aaac ‘48 Rita Hayworth. A man encounters intrigue after he’s hired to work on a rich couple’s yacht. NR (1:45) TCM Thu. 11:15pm. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring aaaa ‘01 Alan Howard. A young hobbit is tasked with transporting a ring of immense power. PG-13 (3:45) TNT Sat. 7:00pm.

M The Message aaac ‘77 Anthony Quinn. Mohammed receives a vision that inspires him to found the Islamic faith. PG (3:00) TCM Mon. 3:45am. My Name Is Julia Ross aaac ‘45 Nina Foch. An American takes a job as the secretary of a wealthy estate’s matriarch. NR (1:15) TCM Thu. 8:00pm.

N Notorious aaac ‘46 Cary Grant. In order to aid a dashing U.S. government agent, a woman marries a Nazi spy. NR (2:00) TCM Wed. 10:00am. Now, Voyager aaac ‘42 Bette Davis. Therapy brings spinster out of her shell, but she falls into a doomed romance. NR (2:00) TCM Wed. 12:00pm.

P Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl aaac ‘03 Johnny Depp. Two swashbucklers seek to rescue a

woman abducted by cursed pirates. PG-13 (3:00) WACH Sun. 1:00pm. WGN Tue. 8:00pm. Pretty Woman aaa ‘90 Richard Gere. An emotionally-detached businessman hires a streetwalker to be his companion. R (2:30) FAM Sun. 10:00am.

S Scenes from a Marriage aaac ‘74 Liv Ullmann. A couple separates, engages in extramarital affairs, bonds and divorces. (3:00) TCM Tue. 3:00am. Sweet Smell of Success aaac ‘57 Burt Lancaster. A toadying press agent ruins a singer’s career to aid a yellow journalist. NR (1:45) TCM Wed. 10:15pm.

T Terminator 2: Judgment Day aaaa ‘91 Arnold Schwarzenegger. A shape-shifting robot assassin from the future targets a modern-day teen. R (2:30) TNT Sun. 5:30pm, 12:30am. Theodora Goes Wild aaac ‘36 Irene Dunne. A book jacket illustrator threatens to reveal a respected woman’s secret. NR (1:45) TCM Fri. 8:00pm. Total Recall aaac ‘90 Arnold Schwarzenegger. A man uncovers his other life after receiving memory implants of a trip to Mars. R (2:00) TNT Sun. 1:00pm.

W A Walk in the Sun aaac ‘45 Dana Andrews. American soldiers prepare to attack a German stronghold in World War II Italy. NR (2:15) TCM Sat. 6:00am.










November 10, 2013  
November 10, 2013