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Whistleblower’s lawyer: USAF could do more BY BRADEN BUNCH bbunch@theitem.com Jennifer Smith’s lawyer said the U.S. Air Force has taken a good first step but still has a way to go. Earlier this week, the Air Force announced eight high-

ranking officers at Shaw Air Force Base were reprimanded for various substantiated allegations made by the former female airman, who accused the military branch of creating a sexually hostile workplace for women. Smith, a 17-year highly

decorated enlisted veteran of the Air Force who rose to the rank of technical sergeant, made her formal complaint of various sexual misconduct charges in November 2012, ultimately leading to Maj. Gen. Lawrence Wells ordering an investigation into the

various accusations. In addition, declassified reports from the Smith investigation verified it was the former technical sergeant’s whistleblowing that led to the “Health and Welfare Inspection” ordered last year by Air Force Chief of Staff Gen.

Mark A. Welsh III. During this investigation at more than 100 Air Force installations worldwide involving nearly 600,000 military and civilian personnel, officials removed 631 pieces of pornography, SEE SMITH, PAGE A11

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Shirrie Miller, director of the Sumter County Career Center, speaks at a Sumter School District Board of Trustees meeting recently.

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Soldiers walk down the newly opened Hall of Heroes at Army Central headquarters on Friday where they observed placards commemorating the 24 Third Army service men, all Medal of Honor recipients, who were inducted into the Hall at Shaw Air Force Base that day.

24 Medal of Honor recipients inducted at Shaw ceremony BY BRISTOW MARCHANT bmarchant@theitem.com An American soldier is not just an individual doing a particular job, even if an occasionally hazardous one. He or she is also meant to embody certain virtues, both of their branch and their nation. Twenty-four soldiers who served with the Third Army/U.S. Army Central have exemplified those values by earning the highest distinction for bravery and sacrifice in the service of their country, the Congressional Medal of Honor. On Friday, their modern-day successors formally SEE HEROES, PAGE A7

Unlike many other issues tabled by governmental bodies, the recent delay in renaming the Sumter County Career Center is apparently not making the proposal fade away. Instead, Sumter School District officials will revisit the proposal to rename the career center on Monday, Nov. 4, from 6 to 7 p.m. in the school’s commons area. At its last meeting, the district’s Board of Trustees tabled efforts to rename the school as the Sumter Career and Technology Center after some board members said they wanted more time to consider the proposal while also learning more about the school’s new direction. The proposed rebranding of the school comes at a time of several changes at the campus next door to Sumter High School. Career Center director Shirrie Miller, who proposed the name change and received the endorsement of interim superintendent Dr. Frank Baker, said at the last board meeting that technological training was becoming the focal point of the campus. Recently the school restarted its mechatronics program with a

Lt. Gen. James L. Terry, left, Army Central commanding general, completes the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Third Army/U.S. Army Central Hall of Heroes on Friday.

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Take a tour and support Red Cross’ disaster efforts BY RANDY BURNS Special to The Item BISHOPVILLE — The 201314 American Red Cross Fundraising Drive will kick off in Lee County with three days of tours at Pearl Fryar’s Topiary Gardens on Nov. 7-9. The nationally renowned topiary artist will lead visitors through his extensive garden located just north of Interstate 20 at 145 Broad Acres Road. One hundred percent of the money donated and raised at the garden during the three days will remain in Lee County to assist families needing disaster relief, said Nancy Cataldo, executive director of the Sandhills Chapter of the American Red

Cross. Red Cross typically spends more than $30,000 in Lee County to provide direct assistance to victims of disasters, most often house fires, she said. Fryar’s support of Red Cross has been a primary factor in the success of recent fundraisers for Red Cross in Lee County, Cataldo said. “This is the third year that the Lee County fundraising drive was kicked off with Pearl Fryar’s support with a tour of his garden,” Cataldo said. “Before Pearl Fryar became involved with Red Cross, we basically didn’t raise much money in Lee County. We’ve been averaging about $10,000 since Pearl starting lending his name and

support. He has been a key participant and has become very involved on our committee. He puts in a lot of effort as a Red Cross volunteer.” Lee County Fire Chief Mike Bedenbaugh said Lee County residents are realizing the importance of the Red Cross. “Any kind of disaster, whether it is a fire or a tornado, we (firefighters) are usually the first responder,” Bedenbaugh said. “Not far behind us is law enforcement and Red Cross. Red Cross is the first one we call when we know a family is going to be in need. They do a tremendous amount of work in Lee County. Any time we are asked to help out their fundraising efforts, we are always

glad to help.” Jennifer Byrd, a member of the Lee County Red Cross Committee and office coordinator at South Atlantic Canners, said the committee is making a special effort to reach out to local businesses. In a letter sent to merchants, Byrd said the committee is asking for business sponsorship of the Nov. 7-9 event at Fryar’s Garden. “In return, the committee will advertise your business on a sign at the event,” she wrote. “Additionally, your business logo will be featured in the event program. The degree of advertisement will be based on the sponsorship funding level.” The final day of the tour on

Nov. 9 will feature a program and a tour that will begin at 10 a.m., Cataldo said. Admission is free, but donations are encouraged. Emergency response vehicles will also be on display. Bedenbaugh and the fire department will be selling barbecue sandwiches and soft drinks on Saturday, Nov. 9. South Atlantic Canners will be donating 50 T-shirts, which will be sold for $10 on Nov. 9 at Fryar’s Garden. All proceeds will go to Red Cross. For more information on this event, call (803) 775-2363 or visit www.columbiaregionredcross.org or www. pearlfryar.com.

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Lynchburg invites residents for safe time on Halloween

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Sumter district trustees to consider policy changes The Sumter School District Board of Trustees will hold its monthly work session on Monday at its headquarters on Wilson Hall Road. Trustees are scheduled to consider several changes to district policies, including changes to how the district responds to emergencies and what the qualifications should be for someone to be eligible to become superintendent. The trustees are also scheduled to hear an update on the implementation of Common Core. The meeting is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. and is open to the public.

BY RANDY BURNS Special to The Item LYNCHBURG — Lynchburg residents are invited to Halloween in the Park on Oct. 31 at Jefferson Memorial Park on Main Street. Lynchburg Mayor Nancy Galloway said the event is a safe alternative to traditional trick or treating. “I am really looking forward to this,” Galloway said. “It is going to be a lot of fun. We hope all of our children will come out and have a great time.” Lynchburg Police Chief Leroy Solomon said the event is designed WANT TO GO? for “Lynchburg residents only.” WHAT: Lynchburg Halloween “We wanted to in the Park do something WHEN: 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 31 that would be WHERE: Jefferson Memorial safe for our chilPark, Main Street, Lynchburg dren,” Solomon CONTACT: (803) 437-2933 said. “We will have fun activities from 6 to 8 p.m. on Halloween. There will be a Halloween costume contest for children 1 to 4 years old, 5 to 8 years of age and 9 to 12. Gift certificates will be awarded to the winners.” Trick or treating will still be allowed in the town of Lynchburg, Solomon said. “Children can still trick or treat, but we want it to wrap up by 8 p.m.,” he said. “So, trick or treating will be allowed in the town limits from 6 to 8 p.m., in addition to our Halloween in the Park.” The police department also hopes to sell donation tickets for a cash drawing of $1,000 to be held at 5 p.m. on Dec. 20 at the Lynchburg Town Hall on Magnolia Street. The money is being raised to assist the police department in maintaining its K-9 patrol and purchasing a patrol tracking dog. “We already have a drug dog, and he does a great job for us,” he said. “But we are in need of a tracking dog. We will have these tickets available for sale during Halloween in the Park.” Galloway said the town plans to make the drug dog an official member of its police force at its next meeting. Solomon said the patrol tracking dog would service not only Lynchburg, but also Bishopville and the rest of Lee County. “A tracking dog is something we need in this community,” he said. Lynchburg and Lee County now rely upon the State Law Enforcement Division or the Darlington County Sheriff’s Office when a patrol dog is needed.

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Clarendon 1 will focus on school’s security, project The Clarendon School District 1 Board of Trustees will discuss the security and capital project at Scott’s Branch Middle/High School when they meet Monday. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. at the district offices at 12 S. Church St. in Summerton and is open to the public.

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Laurence Manning Academy cheerleader Caitlan Walzer paints Walker Jolly’s face recently. The squad has been face painting on Fridays to get the children excited about the night’s game. The football team has also been helping with car duty on Friday mornings and getting to know the younger students. Each has been adopted by a homeroom class. The younger students talk with the team and get autographs, helping to build a strong bond between team members and the Lower School.

Kiosks may replace tourist brochures NORTH CHARLESTON (AP) — In tourist towns worldwide, visitors are greeted with racks of brochures promoting everything from tours and museums to restaurants and hotels. But in the world of computers, smartphones and tablets, a new interactive visitor kiosk developed in South Carolina and deployed as far away as New York City might make such brochures a thing of the past.

Chad Priest said it was one of those cluttered racks in Charleston, a city that attracts 4.5 million visitors a year, that prompted the idea for the kiosk. “We said there’s got to be a better way, with all the technology we have now,” said Priest, chief operating officer of City Corridor, the technology firm that developed the flat-faced kiosks with a large touch screen for visitors to

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Student appeal hearings to be held in Clarendon 2 The Clarendon School District 2 Board of Trustees will hold a specially called meeting on Monday to handle several student appeal hearings. While the student hearings will occur behind closed doors in executive session, any decisions made in relation to the appeals will be voted on in open session. There will also be time for public comment before the executive sessions begin. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. in the district office board room at 15 Major Drive in Manning and is open to the public.

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SUNRISE ROTARY 5K SEES LARGEST TURNOUT Runners take off from the starting line at the intersection of Liberty and Main streets Saturday. More than 50 people signed up to take part in the fifth-annual Sumter Sunrise Rotary 5K, the largest turnout in the event’s history. Proceeds from the race support Rotary International’s Foundation for Polio Eradication and local community projects.

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ABOVE LEFT: Two runners cross the finish line on East Liberty Street at Rotary Centennial Plaza on Saturday. CENTER: Jared Struck is seen on the final lap of the run passing First Baptist Church. Struck was the top finisher in the 5K, with a time of 19:25. ABOVE RIGHT: Runners are seen on East Hampton Avenue. The 5K route took runners through the Historic District on Hampton and Haynsworth streets before finishing back at Rotary Centennial Plaza.

Clemson geneticist studying science of farming FLORENCE (AP) — On one side of the road the crops stood 15 feet high, their long green leaves a rustling fortress of foliage. On the other side, the crops were 3 feet high, with smaller leaves but large stems packed into tight rows. The crops are the same — both are sorghum, a grass with a variety of uses for food and energy. But they look different because Stephen Kresovich, a geneticist at Clemson University, wants them to. Of the 30,000 genes in a sorghum plant, Kresovich changed

four of them. He hopes to burn the tall sorghum for electricity — that’s why he wanted them tall, with lots of long, green leaves packed with energy. The short sorghum will go to feed hogs in North Carolina — which is why he wanted them short, with all of the good stuff packed into the grain, the part the hogs actually eat. Kresovich is the new director of the Advanced Plant Technology Lab at Clemson’s Pee Dee Research and Education center in Florence. State law-

makers have given the lab $8 million during the past two years, money to renovate a 25-year-old research building in Florence and to hire a slew of scientists. The idea, Kresovich said, is to take advantage of the “revolution going on in biology� when it comes to genetics. Lots has been written about the impact of personalized medicine — for example, about

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Confederate flags removed from barbecue restaurants

Kingsbury Elementary School fifth-graders Katherine Hagerty and Gracie Hudson assist guidance counselor Debbie Ehlers in spelling out “Drug Free KBE� on Friday in preparation for Red Ribbon Week, which encourages students to never get involved in drug or alcohol abuse.

COLUMBIA — A family that runs several Columbia-area barbecue restaurants is no longer flying the Confederate flag. The State reported Saturday that the last two Confederate flags that flew outside Maurice’s BBQ restaurants in the Midlands came down quietly a couple of months ago. Maurice Bessinger raised flags at his nine restaurants in Columbia in 2000 as a protest when state lawmakers voted to bring down the Confederate flag flying above the Statehouse dome. Bessinger’s son, Lloyd, said his father hasn’t been involved in running the business in several years. Lloyd Bessinger said most of the flags were taken down more than a year ago. In 2005, a judge dismissed Maurice Bessinger’s lawsuit against four grocery store chains that, citing his views, stopped selling his mustard-based barbecue sauce.

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Benjamin Hamlin, 42, of 414 Green Swamp Road, was arrested Thursday and charged with possession of marijuana, possession of crack cocaine, unlawful storage of liquor and operating a business without a license. Police raided the home after receiving complaints of Hamlin selling alcohol and drugs. Officers seized 15 grams of marijuana, two grams of crack cocaine and various liquors with a street value of approximately $1,600. Bernard McDonald, 51, of 51 Chandler St., was arrested Thursday and charged with possession of marijuana, possession of crack cocaine and possession of cocaine. Devante Sanders, 21, of 117 Lincoln Ave., was arrested Thursday and charged with possession of marijuana, possession of crack cocaine and possession of cocaine. SHOOTING:

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day, a gunshot was reportedly fired through the bedroom window of a home in the 4300 block of Black River Road in Dalzell. The resident reportedly fired two shots with her pistol at a dark-colored Nissan Altima seen pulling away from the house.

over their faces reportedly entered a store in the 1000 block of Boulevard Road and demanded money from the clerks. They took approximately $800 out of a drop box and fled. No weapon was seen during the course of the robbery. ASSAULT:

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At 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, a 54-year-old man reportedly entered a home in the first block of Sampson Street where a 35-year-old man reportedly pulled a gun out of his waistband and pointed it in the man’s face, accusing him of seeing his girlfriend. The gunman then reportedly punched the man in the face and reportedly left the scene by the time law enforcement arrived.

At 3:53 p.m. Wednesday, a man was walking in the first block of Webb Avenue when a 24-year-old man with whom he had a previous altercation reportedly tried to hit him with a gold Ford Mustang, then got out of the car and chased him down the street. At 2:33 p.m. Thursday, a 24-year-old man reportedly punched a pregnant woman in the stomach in the 300 block of Oklahoma Drive.

received a voicemail from an unknown man calling from a 403 area code telling her he attempted to shoot someone in the head but the gun did not fire. STOLEN PROPERTY:

Copper coils, tubing and wiring were reported removed from five air-conditioning units in the 900 block of Jefferson Road at 2:23 p.m. Wednesday. The damage to the units is estimated at $150,000. An air-conditioning unit, two 5-horsepower boat motors, a wood chipper, various tools and car parts and a tool cart were reported stolen from the 5400 block of Oakcrest Road at 4:45 p.m. Tuesday. The items are valued at $3,790. Several cigarette car-

tons, cigarillos and $700 in cash were reportedly stolen from a business in the 200 block of East Red Bay Road at 8:43 a.m. Thursday. The tobacco products are valued at $1,500. A 300-pound spool of copper wire was reportedly stolen from the bed of a truck in the first block of Moise Drive between 10 p.m. Monday and 11 a.m. Tuesday. The wire is valued at $1,600. A black Remington model 1911 R1 semiautomatic .45-caliber handgun valued at $700, an Xbox gaming system valued at $300, 15 video games valued at a total of $300, a white gold wedding band set valued at $800 and a tungsten wedding ring valued at $100

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Ghost stories, tours abound throughout Southern locations PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) — A doctor who used a guillotine to perform amputations, a wealthy family marred by insanity and a man murdered inside his sealed and boarded-up mansion are among the stories that frighten willing listeners who line up in towns throughout the South to tour supposedly haunted places. From Charleston to Atlanta to New Orleans and beyond, ghost tours are popular with tourists and locals alike, at Halloween and throughout the year. New Orleans has yearround tours of all the spooky sights in the Crescent City, and it is well known in literature and popular culture through stories of vampires, witches and other supernatural creatures. But smaller Southern cities such as Pensacola, Fla., and Mobile, Ala., are also touting their own haunted histories. “I think we are the gothic part of the country. We have a lot of skeletons in our closets, here in the South,� said Diane Roberts, a professor of literature at Florida State University and author of books on Southern literature and culture. She thinks the region has produced so many famous authors with a focus on the supernatural because the South has such a deep and conflicted past. “Ghosts can be a metaphor, and the South has history of grinding poverty, slavery, war and genocide of native people,� she said “We are collectively very guilty and

haunted by our past in this region.� Tamara Roberts, a longtime guide for ghost tours organized by the Pensacola Historical Society, agrees there is something special about Southerners and their relationship with the dead. “These were our neighbors, our people so to speak,� said Roberts, as she weaved her way through the rows of tombstones at the historic St. Michael’s Cemetery in downtown Pensacola on a recent afternoon. “Ghost stories are popular all over the world, but I think there is a little of something in the South that to me goes back to family and community.� Pensacola dates to 1559 when Tristan De Luna and his Spanish fleet landed on the white sand beaches. De Luna briefly attempted to build a settlement, but it was washed away in a hurricane. “Pensacola is such an old city, and there are lots of ghost stories around here,� said Wendi Davis, coordinator of the historical society’s ghost tours. The ghost tours are the society’s biggest fundraiser and draw hundreds of people each October. However, Davis said there is more to the tours than Halloween hype. “People experience things, and they love to share their stories,� she said. In Mobile, the story of a downtown mansion owner murdered inside his sealed and boarded-up residence is a favorite of Carol Peterson, CEO of Bay

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stairs bedroom where he was slain. Nearby New Orleans is well known for its connection with the paranormal, but Peterson said she thinks Mobile actually has a stronger haunted history. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have just as many ghosts and just as many ghost stories because we were founded before New Orleans,â&#x20AC;? she said. All types of people go on the ghost tours, said Roberts, the literature professor who also does the Pensacola tours. â&#x20AC;&#x153;You always get some who are there to hear a good story, and they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t believe in ghosts. You get people who are very, very much into hoping they are going to see something,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is just kind of fun, and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Halloween. Who doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t like a good ghost story?â&#x20AC;? Robertsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; favorite stories include the story of Pensacolaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Dr. Eugenio Antonio Sierra, who was buried in St. Michaelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cemetery in 1849 after he lived to 99. Dr. Sierra used a guillotine to perform amputations on patients in his home office. Then there is the story of the wealthy Charbonier siblings who were buried in a family plot at St. Michaelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in the 1800s. One sibling was jilted in marriage, and another went insane from syphilis. Despite being so intimate with the scary stories, Roberts said ghosts donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t frighten her. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Actually itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s more the IRS and spiders and things like that that I think are scary,â&#x20AC;? she said.

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RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; More than 60 women across Saudi Arabia claimed they drove cars Saturday in defiance of a ban keeping them from getting behind the wheel, facing little protest by police in their push for easing restrictions on women in the kingdom. The campaignâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s message is that driving should be a womanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s choice. The struggle is rooted in the kingdomâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hard-line interpretation of Islam known as Wahabbism, with critics warning that women driving could unravel the very fabric of Saudi society. Though no laws ban women from driving in Saudi Arabia, authorities do not issue them licenses. Women who drove on Saturday had driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s licenses from abroad, activists said. Activist Aziza Youssef, a professor at King Saudi University, and another activist said protest organizers received 13 videos and about 50 phone messages from women showing or claiming they had driven. She said they have no way to verify the messages. May Al Sawyan, a 32-year-old mother of two and an economic researcher, told The Associated Press that she drove from her home in Riyadh to the grocery store and back. Activists uploaded a four-minute video of her driving to the campaignâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s YouTube account. Al Sawyan said she was prepared to be jailed if caught by authorities. She said she was far enough from a police car that she was not spotted. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I just took a small loop,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t drive for a long way, but it was fine.â&#x20AC;? Al Sawyanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s husband and family waited at home and called her nervously when she arrived at the store to check on her, she said. She drove with a local female television reporter in the car. They were both without male relatives in the vehicle, which in itself defies the countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s strict norms requiring women to have a male relative in public. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am very happy and proud that there was no reaction against me,â&#x20AC;? Al Sawyan said. It is not clear if police turned a blind eye to women driving or simply did not see the scattered, quick spins around towns. An AP journalist in Riyadh said there were no roadblocks or checkpoints set up to watch for female drivers. He saw only a few law enforcement vehicles on the road. A security official said authorities did not arrest or fine any female drivers on Saturday. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media.

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recognized their example at the opening of the Hall of Heroes inside Army Central headquarters at Shaw Air Force Base. The new display inside Patton Hall gives the soldiers who walk its halls a daily reminder of the standard they should strive toward. Lt. Gen. James L. Terry, Army Central commanding general, praised the contributions of the â&#x20AC;&#x153;greatest generationâ&#x20AC;? that fought World War II, including 23 of Third Armyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Medal of Honor recipients, who earned their medals under the legendary Gen. George S. Patton. Twelve of the soldiers honored in the Hall of Heroes gave their lives in the line of duty, but one, Master Sgt. Nicholas Oresko, was the oldest living recipient of the Medal of Honor before he passed away earlier this month at the age of 96. Oresko arrived in France two months after the D-Day landing, and was soon involved in the push into German territory. It was Oreskoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bravery under enemy fire during the Battle of the Bulge in January 1945 that earned him his medal. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sgt. Oresko ordered his platoon to move forward. No one moved,â&#x20AC;? Terry said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;He repeated the order. Still, no one responded. He said later, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;I said to myself, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Well, someone has to go.â&#x20AC;? So I decided to go myself.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;? Oresko raced 30 feet ahead of his men, forcing them to follow. He was hit by German fire but managed to take out

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STATE-BY-STATE RUNDOWN OF SUPERSTORM SANDY’S DESTRUCTION Superstorm Sandy flooded or dropped snow on much of the eastern U.S. on Oct. 29, 2012, becoming the nation’s secondmost expensive weather disaster at $65 billion and killing at least 182 people after claiming dozens of other lives in the Caribbean. New Jersey and New York were hardest hit, but a large swath of states was affected. A look at Sandy’s effects and the status of recovery: CONNECTICUT DEATHS: 6 DAMAGE AND RECOVERY: The surge along Long Island Sound destroyed homes and businesses in areas including Fairfield and toppled trees and power lines. More than 600,000 customers lost power. Federal assistance, loans and insurance claims worth more than $280 million have been paid out. DELAWARE DEATHS: None DAMAGE AND RECOVERY: Delaware was spared the worst of the storm surge, but heavy rains fell. More than $2 million in federal funding has been awarded for recovery.

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Reinforced dunes and the buried remains of the former boardwalk sit along a beach in the Rockaway neighborhood in the borough of Queens, New York, recently. A year after Superstorm Sandy, New York City’s submerged subways and tunnels sprang back to life with surprising speed. Beach boardwalks were rebuilt, and mountains of debris were removed.

Superstorm recovery slow, even a year later NEW YORK (AP) — A year after Superstorm Sandy catastrophically flooded hundreds of miles of eastern U.S. coastline, thousands of people still trying to fix their soaked and surf-battered homes are being stymied by bureaucracy, insurance disputes and uncertainty over whether they can even afford to rebuild. Billions of dollars in federal aid appropriated months ago by Congress have yet to reach homeowners who need that money to move on. Many have found flood insurance checks weren’t nearly enough to cover the damage. And worse, new federal rules mean many in high-risk flood zones may have to either jack their houses up on stilts or pilings — an expensive, sometimes impossible task — or face new insurance rates that hit $10,000 or more per year. “It’s just been such a terrible burden,” said Gina Maxwell, whose home in Little Egg Harbor, N.J., is still a wreck after filling with 4 feet of water. Contractors say it will cost $270,000 to rebuild — about dou-

ble what the insurance paid out. The family doesn’t have the money. “What do we do with this house? Just give them the deed back?” she said. “My son is 11. He has a little piggy bank in his room. He said, ‘Take it, mom.’” In blue-collar Union Beach, N.J., the owner of the popular restaurant Jakeabob’s Bay has come up with only a quarter of the $2 million she needs to rebuild. In Long Beach, a barrier-island city of 33,000 on the coast of New York’s Long Island, residents in some neighborhoods say half their neighbors have yet to return. “I don’t think Long Beach is ever going to be what it was,” said resident Ginger Matthews. Sandy roared out of the Atlantic and struck the New York and New Jersey coasts on Oct. 29, 2012. The 1,000-mile-wide mashup of a hurricane and another huge weather system killed at least 182 people in the U.S., according to a count by The Associated Press, and caused an estimated $65 billion in damage.

Floodwaters swept over densely populated barrier islands and pushed deep into bays and harbors from Atlantic City, N.J., all the way to Rhode Island. In New York City, the storm surge hit nearly 14 feet, sending the Hudson and East rivers pouring into the city’s subway and commuter tunnels and knocking out power to the southern third of Manhattan. Gas stations ran out of fuel. High-rise residents had to carry water up darkened stairwells. Thousands of fragile patients evacuated crippled hospitals and nursing homes. Out of that chaos came remarkable stories of recovery. New York City’s submerged subways and tunnels sprang back to life with surprising speed. Beach boardwalks were rebuilt. Mountains of debris were removed. Flooded schools, nursing homes and amusement parks have reopened. The whine of power tools hasn’t ceased in many neighborhoods since the moment the floodwaters receded.

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MARYLAND DEATHS: 11 DAMAGE AND RECOVERY: Flooding swamped areas along the shore, while heavy snow fell in western Maryland. Almost 13 inches of rain was recorded on the Eastern Shore, and nearly 300,000 homes and businesses lost power. As recently as January, Baltimore County was added to a federal disaster declaration, allowing assistance to be sought there. MASSACHUSETTS DEATHS: None DAMAGE: The storm caused strong winds and heavy surf and cut power to more than 300,000 homes and businesses. NEW HAMPSHIRE DEATHS: 1 DAMAGE: High winds and rain led politicians to cancel campaign visits to the swing state in the days before the presidential election. Nearly 180,000 homes and businesses lost power. NEW JERSEY DEATHS: 71 DAMAGE AND RECOVERY: Sandy’s center made landfall at Brigantine, near Atlantic City, at 7:30 p.m. The worst of the surge hit much of the tourist-heavy Jersey shore, destroying boardwalks and plunging a roller coaster into the ocean from its pier in one of the storm’s most iconic images. More than $5.6 billion in federal assistance has been paid. Many homeowners must choose between hugely expensive insurance premiums or paying to elevate their houses. A fire linked to damage from Sandy destroyed a boardwalk business area in touristy Seaside Park and Seaside Heights in September. NEW YORK DEATHS: 68, including 44 in New York City DAMAGE AND RECOVERY: More than 2 million homes and businesses lost power, including big chunks of New York City. The storm’s surge peaked at nearly 14 feet, Staten Island was hard hit, and a shorefront community on the Rockaway peninsula in Queens burned. Parts of Long Island were also swamped. The city subway

is mostly up and running after several tunnels flooded, though some repairs and preparations for future disasters remain. More than $8 billion has been approved in state and federal assistance to homeowners, renters, businesses, government agencies and nonprofits. NORTH CAROLINA DEATHS: 3 DAMAGE: The HMS Bounty, a replica of the 18th-century ship, sank during rough seas off North Carolina, killing one member of the crew and leaving the captain missing and presumed dead. OHIO DEATHS: None. Two deaths originally blamed on the storm were later declared unrelated by Ohio emergency officials. DAMAGE: Strong winds, rain and snow slammed the Cleveland area, created large waves on Lake Erie, and caused more than 250,000 homes and businesses to lose power. PENNSYLVANIA DEATHS: 12 DAMAGE AND RECOVERY: Wind and flooding closed dozens of bridges and roads as the center of the dissipating storm traveled across the state. More than $3.8 million in federal and state funding has been paid. RHODE ISLAND DEATHS: None DAMAGE AND RECOVERY: Low-lying and coastal communities evacuated as the surge inundated areas including Westerly. In one of its biggest tests, Providence’s hurricane barrier at the head of Narragansett Bay protected the city. More than 120,000 homes and businesses lost power. More than $39 million has been paid in federal support. VIRGINIA DEATHS: 3 DAMAGE AND RECOVERY: High winds and snow cut power to more than 130,000 homes and businesses. Utilities brought in crews to help restore power after high winds and snow. Twenty-six counties are eligible for public assistance. WASHINGTON, D.C. DEATHS: None DAMAGE: The federal government closed for a time, along with the city’s subway system, courts and public schools. WEST VIRGINIA DEATHS: 7 DAMAGE AND RECOVERY: As much as 3 feet of snow fell, and 270,000 homes and businesses lost power. More than $1 million in federal assistance has been awarded to state and local governments for debris cleanup, repairs and other needs. CANADA DEATHS: 1 DAMAGE: High winds damaged power lines in Ontario. The maritime provinces along the eastern coast saw high winds and rain. CARIBBEAN DEATHS: 72, including 54 in Haiti and 11 in Cuba DAMAGE: More than $3.5 billion, mostly to crops. Deaths and damage from Sandy in most places in the Caribbean fell far below those from earlier storms, including 2011’s Irene.

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FDA proposes rules to make animal food safer WASHINGTON (AP) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Amid incidents of pets dying from dog treats, the Food and Drug Administration is proposing long-awaited rules to make pet food and animal feed safer. The rules stem from a sweeping food safety law passed by Congress almost three years ago. Like rules proposed earlier this year for human food, they would focus on preventing contamination before it begins. The announcement comes as the FDA says it hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t yet determined a cause of almost 600 dog deaths thought to be linked to jerky treats imported from China. The agency has been trying for six years to determine what exactly is causing those illnesses. The proposed rules would require those who sell pet food and animal feed in the United States â&#x20AC;&#x201D; including importers â&#x20AC;&#x201D; to

follow certain sanitation practices and have detailed food safety plans. All of the manufacturers would have to put individual procedures in place to prevent their food from becoming contaminated. The rules would also help human health by aiming to prevent foodborne illnesses in pet food that can be transferred to humans. People can become sick by handling contaminated pet food or animal feed. Michael Taylor, FDA deputy commissioner for foods, said the rules fit together with regulations proposed in July to create better oversight over imported food, including pet foods and animal feed. The idea behind all of the food safety rules is to make businesses more responsible for the safety of the food they are selling by proving they are using

good food safety practices. They might do that by documenting basic information about their suppliersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; cleanliness, testing foods or acquiring food safety audits. If they fail to verify the food is safe, the FDA could stop shipments of their food. Currently, the government does little to ensure that companies are trying to prevent food safety problems but generally waits and responds to outbreaks after they happen. Taylor said the new rules, once they are in place, could be helpful in investigating the jerky treat

deaths if those illnesses are still happening. But they still may not be able to solve the mystery because the FDA has not yet been able to determine what ingredients are causing sickness. The rules generally ask manufacturers to focus on certain hazards and do their best

to prevent them. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are really still trying to find out what the hazard isâ&#x20AC;? in the jerky illnesses, Taylor said. The FDA said the rule could cost industry $130 million annually to comply. Smaller businesses

KEEP PETS SAFE The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommends safe handling practices to reduce the risk of contamination and illness when preparing, serving and storing your petâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s food. â&#x20AC;˘ Purchase products in good condition, without signs of damage to the packaging such as dents or tears. â&#x20AC;˘ Wash your hands for 20 seconds with hot water and soap before and after handling pet foods and treats. â&#x20AC;˘ Wash pet food bowls, dishes and scooping utensils with soap and hot water after each use. â&#x20AC;˘ Do not use the petâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s feeding bowl as a

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ROLL CALL WASHINGTON (AP) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s how area House members voted on major issues in the week ending Oct. 25. The Senate was in recess. CORPS OF ENGINEERS PROJECTS: Voting 417 for and three against, the House on Oct. 23 passed a bill (HR 3080) to guide the development of more than 700 of Army Corps of Engineersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; projects budgeted at $60 billion for purposes such as flood control, shoreline protection, river navigation, harbor dredging, lock and dam maintenance and environmental restoration. The bill authorizes $8.2 billion over 10 years for new projects, cancels at least $12 billion worth of inactive projects, bars earmarks and fasttracks environmental reviews under laws such as the National Environmental Policy Act. Daniel Webster, R-Fla., said the bill â&#x20AC;&#x153;reforms federal bureaucracy, but it also is fiscally responsible. We all know

would have more time to put the rule in place. The agency will take comments for four months before issuing a final rule and will hold a series of public meetings to explain the proposal.

| that our nation ... oftentimes spends money haphazardly without a plan and without restraint. This bill does not.â&#x20AC;? Alcee Hastings, D-Fla., said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Repairing our nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s aging infrastructure, including our water infrastructure, is the best jobs program out there. The resulting economic benefits will ripple from our ports to Main Street America.â&#x20AC;? No member spoke against the bill. A yes vote was to send the bill to conference with a similar Senate bill. VOTE H-1 slugged CORPS SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Mark Sanford, R-1, Joe Wilson, R-2, Jeff Duncan, R-3, Trey Gowdy, R-4, Mick Mulvaney, R-5, James Clyburn, D-6, Tom Rice, R-7 Voting no: None Not voting: None ENVIRONMENTAL-REVIEW STANDARDS: Voting 183 for and 236 against, the House on Oct. 23 refused to require standard rather than fast-track envi-

ronmental reviews of water projects authorized by HR 3080 (above). The amendment sought to delay the billâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s easing of environmental requirements until the existing $60 billion backlog of unfinished projects has been reduced to $20 billion. Debate centered on whether reviews under the National Environmental Policy Act have helped cause the current backlog. Supporters of this amendment attributed project delays to inadequate funding by Congress rather than environmental hurdles, while foes said environmental reviews have been drawn out and cumbersome. Peter DeFazio, D-Ore., said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Clearly, complying with NEPA and other environmental and public-participation requirements is not the reason we have a backlog of projects worth billions of dollars.â&#x20AC;? Bill Shuster, R-Pa., said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Streamlining environmental reviews is an essential reform, and I believe it will help to reduce backlogs.â&#x20AC;?

A yes vote was to require normal rather than expedited environmental reviews of water projects. VOTE H-2 slugged REVIEW SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Clyburn Voting no: Sanford, Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney, Rice (SC) Not voting: None OCEAN-PLANNING GUIDELINES: Voting 225 for and 193 against, the House on Oct. 23 barred the Army Corps of Engineers from advancing administration guidelines for the stewardship of ocean, coastal and Great Lakes resources. The GOP amendment was added to HR 3080 (above). The guidelines were issued in 2010 in the form of a non-binding executive order. They seek to harmonize conflicting commercial, noncommercial and recreational uses of marine resources while protecting the health and biological diversity of ecosystems. In part, the

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guidelines promote â&#x20AC;&#x153;coastal and marine spatial planning,â&#x20AC;? which critics call â&#x20AC;&#x153;ocean zoning.â&#x20AC;? Amendment sponsor Bill Flores, R-Texas, said the guidelines â&#x20AC;&#x153;have the potential to change permitting criteria and regulatory requirements for a large number of economic sectors, including maritime shipping and inland river transportation.â&#x20AC;? Sam Farr, D-Calif., said the amendment â&#x20AC;&#x153;goes back to the Dark Ages. It goes back to the Flat Earth opinion about ocean planning, which is: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t do it.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;? A yes vote was to disregard administration guidelines for managing ocean and Great Lakes resources. VOTE H-3 slugged OCEAN SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Sanford, Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney, Rice (SC) Voting no: Clyburn Not voting: None Š 2013, Thomas Voting Reports Inc.


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To submit a letter to the editor, e-mail letters@theitem.com The October edition of Modern Healthcare, the nation’s leading health care magazine, features an article by Joe Carlson titled, “Tuomey hit hard: Hospital needs settlement on Stark violations.” Available at www. modernhealthcare.com: After eight years of fierce legal confrontation with the federal government, board members at Tuomey Healthcare System in Sumter, S.C., lack a permanent CEO, owe on junk-status bonds and face the highest penalties levied against a community hospital in a case involving overpayments to doctors. Small wonder, then, that virtually no other hospital in the country has litigated a

whistleblower lawsuit to a jury verdict over alleged violations of the Stark law and False Claims Act. “Trying one of these cases is akin to a ‘Hail Mary’ pass,” said Houston-based Duane Morris attorney Michael Clark, the chair-elect to the American Bar Association’s Health Law Section. The Tuomey litigation — formally captioned Drakeford v. Tuomey in U.S. District Court in Columbia, S.C. — has played out to widespread bafflement among experts in the health care legal community who noted how much the 100-year-old, not-for-profit institution stood to lose if didn’t pan out in the hospital’s favor. Tuomey is the only hospital in Sumter.

NOTABLE & QUOTABLE Jay Cox, president and CEO of Tuomey for the past 23 years, announced he would leave the system no later than Nov. 1. Chief Operating Officer Gregg Martin also is leaving the organization by the end of the year. At trial, prosecutors used statements from both men as evidence that they purportedly knew the illegal doctorcompensation deals would base payments on the volume or value of Medicare services referred to the hospital — which is considered an illegal inducement under the Stark law, triggering the triple-damages penalties available under the False Claims Act.

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From BusinessInsider.com, examples of questions to expect in a job interview with Amazon: “How would you solve problems if you were from Mars?” “Tell the story of the last time you had to apologize to someone.” “What is the most difficult situation you have ever faced in your life? How did you handle it?” “Who was your most difficult customer?” “What is the worst mistake you ever made?” “What would you do if you

found out that your closest friend at work was stealing?” “If your direct manager was instructing you to do something you disagreed with, how would you handle it?” “Describe what Human Resource means to you.” “Are you willing to work on your feet for 10 hours, four days a week?” “What would you do if you saw someone being unsafe at work?” “What would you do if somehow you misdirected 10,000 units of something?” “How would you tell a customer what Wi-Fi is?” Notable & Quotable is compiled by Graham Osteen. He can be reached at graham@theitem.com.

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bama blamed the failure of his Obamacare website on “glitches.” For the record, a “glitch” is a short-lived failure of a system that corrects itself, a minor rectifiable fault. The failure of Obama’s multi-million-billion dollar website can hardly be blamed on “glitches.” Fittingly, the word “glitch” is German and means “slippery.” During its occupation of the White House, the Obama administration has amassed a barrel full of “phony scandals,” mismanaged our economy and embarrassed Steve America with its schemes, policies, spyBARWICK ing and apathetic and pathetic leadership. So it should come as no surprise that Obamacare and Obama’s health care website join the administration’s gargantuan list of this White House’s boondoggles. Unless you are in complete denial, have your head stuck in the sand down to your shoulders or are such an extreme Obama devotee that truth doesn’t matter, you should be aware Obamacare is seriously ailing with a disease which is epidemically spreading throughout America. Obama consistently assures Americans that purchasing health insurance through his website is as easy as buying plane tickets and televisions from any other popular dot-com retailer. Americans forced to venture into this abyss will make public all of their personal information to Obamacare recruits, who will share this information with every federal agency known to man. Victims will be exposed to potential identity theft, treated to incorrect information, frozen and puzzling web pages, rate shock, confusing products, privacy invasion and frustrations. Next they will be instructed to rub their computer three times, and whala-ka-zam, the magic health care genie delivers a plan that covers their

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entire health care needs: all for $100 or less, and they get to keep their current health coverage and doctors. Poppycock! After years of planning and multimillion-billions of dollars wasted, Obamacare simply does not work and, according to the experts, there are no quick and easy solutions to fixing Obama’s website. The patch-up will be painful, difficult and expensive. Gulp a handful of anxiety pills and have a cup of “tea.” You are going to have a long journey. Monday’s Rose Garden speech was an opportunity for Obama to come clean with Americans and take responsibility for the collapse of his signature legislation, a chance to act presidential. However, and predictably, he delivered a bewildering lecture, attempting to smugly dismiss the catastrophes of his website and divert attention from frustrations of his making. Deceptively, he soap-boxed his speech with a backdrop of smiling and fainting loyalists, and pounded his chest proclaiming, “No one is madder about the website than I am, which means it’s going to get fixed.” He then advised that if all else fails, pick up the telephone and apply for health care using Ma Bell. All you need to do is dial an 800 number, and you will be taken care of. If that fails, get out the ole No. 2 and mail in a penciled application. While you are at it, take a photo of yourself, and the genie will send you a voter ID. Do I hear growls of disenfranchisement? Of course not. For months, lawmakers requested information from Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on the implementation of Obamacare. She has not responded. However, between appearing on comedy shows and attending “galas” (at taxpayer’s expense), she made a startling confession: Obama learned about his website problems along with everyone else “in the first couple of days.”

Next week, Sebelius is scheduled to testify before a House committee. If the big boys man up, ask tough questions and demand truthful answers, maybe Americans will better understand the “train wreck” of Obamacare. “What difference does it make” if Sebelius sustains a Hillary Clinton Benghazi “concussion” and delays her appearance? Stay tuned, and we shall see. Last month, Republicans offered Democrats Harry Reid and Obama a spending bill that would have prevented the federal government from shutting down. A major part of the Republicans’ proposal was to delay Obamacare’s mandate that individuals must purchase health insurance by March 31. Reid’s response? Republicans have “lost their minds.” Now, every vote-grabbing Democrat is begging for the delay. They are aware that millions of Americans are receiving health insurance cancellations and/or premium increases and because of Obamacare’s requirements, their full-time employment is becoming part-time. “Disenfranchised” Americans are ready to elect someone who knows when to hold them, when to fold them and when to govern for the good of the country. Oh what a difference a month makes. More and more Americans are tired of the legislator jesters occupying Washington. This country is disgraced with a president who is oblivious to his negligence, Benghazi, Internal Revenue Service abuses, Fast and Furious, Solyndra, influence peddling, spying on Americans to name a few, and manages his administration much like Mad Comic’s Alfred E. Newman: “What, me worry?” Perhaps the unraveling of Obamacare will induce us to pull our heads out (of the sand), respect our differences and elect representatives who will repair the damage done to our great country. So doctor, doctor, here is the news: Obamacare is a con job ruse! Reach Steve Barwick at gadawgcpa@gmail.com.

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H.G. OSTEEN 1870-1955 Founder, The Item

H.D. OSTEEN 1904-1987 The Item

JOHN GAYDOS Wedgefield

Editor’s note: Because this letter exceeded the 350-word length as stated in our Editorial Page Policies which appears regularly on this page, it can be read in its entirety under Opinion on The Item’s website, www. theitem.com.

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Essie Johnson, here is a list for you to review. 1993 World Trade Center bombing 1995 bombing in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 1996 al-Khobar towers bombing in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia 1998 bombing of U.S. embassies in Africa at Nairobi, Kenya, and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 2000 bombing of the USS Cole at Aden, Yemen As long as we are blaming past presidents for their actions, let’s blame Bill Clinton for passing on terrorism to G.W. Bush. Maybe if he had been tougher on terrorism the world trade center would still be standing and we wouldn’t have been engaged in two wars that have cost billions of dollars and thousands of American lives. But as you said, “I never blamed Mr. Obama for anything, because he is not in total control for what is happening in Washington, D.C., due to the fact he doesn’t have the last word.” So by that logic Bill Clinton and G.W. Bush never had the last word either. Have you thought that maybe the recession was caused by the housing bubble, just might have been caused by the Democrats that were easing lending rules for people to buy homes they could not afford? Remember presidents don’t have the last word. Now I am sure you will respond to me to run for president if I feel so strongly. What nonsense is that? I took quite a long time to respond to your letters because it has taken a lot of time and aspirin to get past the headache of reading such poor grammar. This country was once a republic. A few people picked by the masses were elected to lead and make decisions. With the advent of technology the republic has died, and pure democracy has been born. Now the majority rule and everyone wants a chance to give their input to the decisionmaking process.

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OBITUARIES

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2013

FRED L. HATFIELD Sr. Fred L. Hatfield Sr., 74, beloved husband of Dorothy Truesdale Hatfield, died on Friday, Oct. 25, 2013, at Roper Hospital in Charleston. Born in Camden, he was a son of the late Mendall Hatfield and Mary Craft Hatfield. Mr. Hatfield attended Wedgefield Baptist HATFIELD Church. Fred received the Lord at an early age. In this relationship, Fred began an amazing journey that saw him become many things to countless people. He was a loyal husband and loving father and dedicated to his family until the Lord called him home. He was a provider and protector to his family. He was kindhearted, selfless and giving to a fault. He was an avid golfer and loved his Carolina Gamecocks, Atlanta Braves and Elvis. He never met a stranger and was considered a friend by all who had the privilege of meeting and knowing him. Family and friendship was everything to him. That in a few words is our husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and father-in-law. Surviving in addition to his wife are: one son, Fred L. Hatfield Jr. of Sumter; two daughters, Debra Hatfield Converse of Bishopville and Machelle Hatfield Geddings and her husband, John, of Sumter; one brother, John Henry Cooper of Camden; one sister, Betty Hasty of Camden; six grandchildren, Lee Hatfield and his wife, Misty, Amberly

Osteen and her husband, Eric, Shea Hatfield Stone and her husband, Mike, Brooke Rogers and her husband, Phil, Fawn Hughes and her husband, Terry, and Tristina Hatfield; and 10 great-grandchildren; Rilee Hatfield, Braelynn Durham, Anna Hatfield, Seth Hughes, Zowie Hatfield, Ellie Stone, Kadin Durham, Wyatt Hughes, David-Izak Rogers and Brody Olsen. In addition to his parents, Mr. Hatfield was preceded in death by one grandchild, Courtney Converse, and two brothers, Carl Hatfield and Ralph Hatfield. A funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Wedgefield Baptist Church, with the Rev. Paul Goff officiating. Interment will follow in the Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery. The family will receive friends on Monday from 5 to 7 p.m. at Bullock Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association c/o Rilee Hatfield, P.O. Box 6604, Columbia, SC 29260-6604 or the American Cancer Society, 128 Stonemark Lane, Columbia, SC 29210. You may sign the familyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s guest book at www.bullockfuneralhome.com. The family has chosen Bullock Funeral Home for the arrangements.

BENNY ALTMAN OSWEGO â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Benny Wyatt Altman, 61, husband of Bonnie Brown

Altman, died Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Born in Sumter, he was a son of Jodeil Baker Altman and the late James Wyatt Altman Jr. Mr. Altman was a member of Bethel United Methodist Church. He was employed by Sparrow and Kennedy Tractor Co. in Bishopville. He was an active member of the National Wild Turkey Federation, the Young Farmers Association and was former chief of the Oswego Rural Fire Station 14. Survivors include his wife of 36 years; his mother of Sumter; two daughters, Elizabeth A. Branham (Vic) of Oswego and Jessica Altman (Brett Mooneyham) of Sumter; five grandchildren, Taylor Elizabeth Branham (Allan Crawford), Cameron Wyatt Branham, Spencer Loyd Mooneyham, Hannah Kate Branham and Emmie Mooneyham; one great-grandson, Camden Lee Crawford; and one nephew, Jason Lee Altman. He was preceded in death by his brother, James Lee Altman. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Bethel United Methodist Church with the Rev. Jeremy Howell and the Rev. Roger Dodds officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Pallbearers will be Henry Lowder, Bobby Lowder, Randy Cubbage, Randy Lynch, Sam McCoy, Harold Hock, Billy McCoy and Jamie Burns. Honorary pallbearers will be the employees of Sparrow and Kennedy Tractor Co. The family will receive friends from 5 to 7

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p.m. today at ElmoreCannon-Stephens Funeral Home and other times at the home. Memorials may be made to Bethel United Methodist Church, 5575 Lodebar Road , Sumter, SC 29153. Elmore-Cannon-Stephens Funeral Home and Crematorium of Sumter is in charge of the arrangements.

LECONIA K. BAKER BISHOPVILLE â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Leconia Kelley Baker, 87, widow of Ralph Melton â&#x20AC;&#x153;R.M.â&#x20AC;? Baker Sr., died Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, at Providence Hospital. Born in Bishopville, she was a daughter of the late Ashby Melton Kelley and Mamie Holland Kelley. She was a member of St. Matthew United Methodist Church. Survivors include three sons, Ralph M. Baker Jr. (Linda) of Bishopville, Carroll H. Baker (Pam) of Irmo and Kelvin H. Baker (Lisa) of Bishopville; grandchildren Kerri Baker (Roddy), Dustin Baker, Lauren Baker, Zachary Baker, Michaela Baker and Kathryn Baker; and several special nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Raleigh Darling Kelley of Darlington, Robert Sumter Kelley of Bishopville and Ashby Carroll â&#x20AC;&#x153;Patâ&#x20AC;? Kelley of Orangeburg; and three sisters, Ruby Reynolds and Lola McCoy, both of Bishopville and Cleland Frick of Blythewood. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Matthew United Methodist Church with the Rev. Kimberly Evans officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. The family will re-

ceive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. today at HancockElmore-Hill Funeral Home and other times at the home of Kelvin and Lisa Baker. Memorials may be made to St. Matthew United Methodist Church Building Fund, 2144 Stokes Bridge Road West, Bishopville, SC 29010. Hancock-Elmore-Hill Funeral Home of Bishopville is in charge of the arrangements.

TAYLOR J. HARRELSON MANNING â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Taylor Joyner Harrelson, 18, son of Russell Eugene Harrelson and Kimberly â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dawnâ&#x20AC;? Joyner Harrelson, died Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013. Services will be announced by Stephens Funeral Home & Crematory, 304 N. Church St., Manning. (803) 4352179 www.stephensfuneralhome.org SONDRA B. KESSINGER Sondra Brooke Kessinger, 72, widow of Thomas D. Kessinger, died Friday, Oct. 25, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Born in Freeburn, Ky., she was a daughter of the late David Earl Hawkins and Alma Roberts Hawkins. Mrs. Kessinger was reared in St. Albans, W. Va., and resided for more than 30 years in Florida. She has spent the last five years in Sumter with her son and his family. Surviving are three sons, Todd Kessinger, Chris Kessinger and his wife, Missy, all of Orlando, Fla., and Troy Kessinger and his wife, Christon, of Sumter; two sisters, Earlene Hyman of South Carolina and Stefani Swanson

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3,987 pieces of â&#x20AC;&#x153;unprofessional materialâ&#x20AC;? and 27,598 pieces of â&#x20AC;&#x153;inappropriate or offensive itemsâ&#x20AC;? from military workplaces. Susan Burke, the Washington, D.C.,-based lawyer representing Smith, responded this weekend to the results of the investigation. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are pleased that the Air Force recognizes the seriousness of these issues,â&#x20AC;? Burke said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Much more remains to be done to eliminate the hostile environment that exists toward women.â&#x20AC;? Two colonels, five lieutenant colonels (including one who has since retired) and a captain â&#x20AC;&#x201D; all assigned to Shaw Air Force Base â&#x20AC;&#x201D; were reprimanded for various allegations, including allowing sexually offensive materials to be displayed in the workplace, failing to

mechatronics program with a grant from the Duke Energy Foundation it received via Central Carolina Technical College. The school has also become licensed by the U.S. Department of Labor as a Youth Apprenticeship program. Still, by a 5-0 vote with two abstentions, trustees

take measures to prevent sexual harassment and allowing sexually offensive files to be stored on government computers. The reprimands for Shaw officials came from 14 of the 38 total allegations made by Smith back in November 2012. It should be noted reports indicate investigators were unable to substantiate a majority of the claims made by Smith. However, according to the declassified reports, of the 205 airmen interviewed during the investigation, 91 of them, or 44 percent, testified to seeing â&#x20AC;&#x153;either inappropriate or offensive material in the workplace.â&#x20AC;? Twentyfive airmen also said they had seen â&#x20AC;&#x153;inappropriate materialsâ&#x20AC;? on Air Force computers. Reach Braden Bunch at (803) 774-1201.

voted to delay the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name change. And while the trustees are not expected to address the issue at the next work session on Monday, the public forum will return the trusteesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; focus to the issue. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This is a wonderful opportunity for a public forum in which the com-

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of West Virginia; her stepfather, Carl Hogue of West Virginia; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; three nephews; and five nieces. Memorials may be made to Thomas Sumter Academy, 5265 Camden Highway, Rembert, SC 29128. Online condolences may be sent to www. sumterfunerals.com Services are being handled by Elmore Hill McCreight Funeral Home & Crematory, 221 Broad St., Sumter. (803) 775-9386

LOIS LEE MANNING â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Lois Marie Lee, 46, wife of Danny Lee, died Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, at her home in Manning. Services will be announced by Stephens Funeral Home & Crematory, 304 N. Church St., Manning. (803) 435-2179 www.stephensfuneralhome.org CHRISTOPHER C. FOYE Christopher Columbus Foye, 67, husband of Mary Oliver Foye, died Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center in Sumter. Born Jan. 16, 1946, in Orangeburg, he was a son of the late Long Daniel and Eliza Sumter Foye. The family will receive friends at the home, 1161 Washington St., Summerton. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at this time and will be announced by Summerton Funeral Home LLC, 23 S. Duke St., Summerton. (803) 485-3755

munity can provide input on the vision and direction for career and technology development for this facility,â&#x20AC;? district officials said in the release announcing the event. The Sumter County Career Center is located at 2612 McCrays Mill Road, and the meeting is open to the public. Reach Braden Bunch at (803) 774-1201.

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ents recalled earlier this week by Reserâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Fine Foods. The food was sold at deli counters in supermarket chains including Price Chopper, Shawâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, Shoprite, Acme Markets, Stop & Shop and others between Oct. 19 and Oct. 24. Separately,

grocers Winn-Dixie and Giant Food say they have removed the items from their stores and are offering customers refunds. There have been no reports of illnesses. Reserâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s has recalled 109,000 cases of refrigerated, ready-to-eat items

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In support of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Captain D’s of Sumter will sell T-shirts during the month of October with all proceeds going to Susan G. Komen — SC Mountains to Midlands Affiliate. Visit either Sumter location at 216 S. Pike West or 1110 Old W. Liberty St. or go online to www. captaindsgoespink.com to purchase a T-shirt or make a donation. As a breast cancer survivor, Maggie L. Richardson is seeking other survivors to form a music group and give back to the community. If you are interested in joining, contact her at mlrminstry2012@gmail.com or (803) 236-9086. Belly dancing classes are held at 6 p.m. every Monday at the Parks and Recreation Department, 155 Haynsworth St. Only $20 per month. The Rembert Area Community Coalition offers an after school program for students from kindergarten to sixth grade at the youth center in Rembert. Children receive assistance with homework, school projects, etc. A nutritious snack is served daily. There is a small monthly fee. Registrations are accepted noon-2 p.m. at 8455 Camden Highway, U.S. 521, Rembert, in front of the car wash. Call Dr. Juanita Britton at (803) 432-2001. The Second (Indianhead) Division Association is searching for anyone/everyone who served in the 2nd Infantry Division. Visit the website at www.2ida.org or contact Mike Davino at MDavino@yahoo.com or (919) 498-1910. Zumba classes will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at the Parks and Recreation building on Haynsworth Street. Classes are $5 each and no registration is required. Contact Deanne Lewis at zumbadeanne@gmail.com. The Palmetto Singles Club holds a dance from 7 to 10 p.m. on the first and third Fridays of each month at the VFW on Gion Street. Call Nancy McLeod, club president, at (803) 469-3433. Sumter Area Toastmasters meets at 7 p.m. each Tuesday at the Sumter Mall community room, 1057 Broad St. The group helps in developing speaking and leadership skills. Contact Douglas Wilson at (803) 778-0197 or Rebecca Gonzalez at (803) 5659271. The Sumter Chapter of the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) meets at 5:30 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month in the Bultman Conference Room at USC Sumter. Administrative professionals, assistants and secretaries are encouraged to attend. Call Mary Sutton at (803) 938-3760. Having cancer is hard. Finding help shouldn’t be. Free help for cancer patients from the American Cancer Society. Transportation to treatment, help for appearance related side effects of treatment, nutrition help, one-on-one breast cancer support, free housing away from home during treatment, help finding clinical trials, someone to talk to — all free from your American Cancer Society. Call (800) 227-2345. The South Carolina Association of Community Action Partnerships Inc., a non-profit organization, announces the S.C. Weatherization Assistance Program. This program helps provide weatherization assistance to low-income South Carolinians. Services include, but are not limited to, insulating attics, walls, floors, water heaters and exposed pipes; stripping and caulking around doors and windows; and replacing broken glass panes. Call the Weatherization office of Wateree Community Action Agency Inc. at (803) 773-9716 or the state information line at (888) 771-9404. Navy and Marine Corps shipmates who served on the USS Columbus CA-74/CG-12 from 1944 through 1976 and the USS Columbus (SSN-762) past and present, to share memories and camaraderie with old friends and make new ones, contact Allen R. Hope, president, 3828 Hobson Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46815-4505; (260) 486-2221 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; fax (260) 492-9771; or email at hope4391@verizon.net. Agape Hospice is in need of volunteers. Whether your passion is baking, knitting, reading, singing, etc., Agape Hospice can find a place for you. Contact Thandi Blanding at (803) 774-1075, (803) 260-3876 or tblanding@agapsenior.com. Hospice Care of South Carolina is in need of volunteers in Sumter County. Opportunities are available for patient/family companionship, administrative support, meal preparation, light household projects, student education and various other tasks. Contact Whitney Rogers, regional volunteer coordinator, at (843) 409-7991 or whitney.rogers@hospicecare.net.

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Winds: NE 3-6 mph

Winds: E 3-6 mph

Winds: S 8-16 mph

Chance of rain: 5%

Chance of rain: 10%

Chance of rain: 5%

Chance of rain: 10%

Chance of rain: 25%

Greenville 68/45

Lake Murray Marion Moultrie Wateree

Full 7 a.m. 24-hr pool yest. chg 360 356.61 -0.01 76.8 74.76 -0.03 75.5 74.70 -0.01 100 96.90 -0.04

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

Full pool 12 19 14 14 80 24

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

Today Hi/Lo/W 72/48/s 63/40/pc 71/48/pc 73/47/s 72/50/s 65/50/s 72/50/s 66/43/pc 70/48/pc 71/48/s

7 a.m. yest. 3.36 3.47 2.59 3.10 75.61 4.55

24-hr chg -0.17 +0.20 -0.09 -0.46 -0.18 +0.02

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 74/47/pc 65/40/pc 72/48/pc 76/47/pc 77/54/pc 69/57/s 76/53/s 69/45/pc 71/49/pc 74/49/pc

Bishopville 69/46 Columbia 71/48

Myrtle Beach 68/48

Today Hi/Lo/W 69/44/s 64/43/s 67/44/s 68/44/s 70/45/s 76/49/s 68/44/pc 65/41/s 72/49/s 64/42/pc

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 74/47/pc 68/48/s 72/51/s 70/49/s 73/50/pc 81/55/s 70/46/pc 69/49/s 77/52/s 67/42/s

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Aiken 72/48 Charleston 72/50

The following tide table lists times for Myrtle Beach.

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

Today Hi/Lo/W 68/45/pc 64/42/pc 70/57/s 73/51/s 71/48/pc 75/48/s 68/47/pc 65/41/pc 72/50/s 68/48/s

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 70/47/pc 67/42/pc 74/56/pc 78/57/s 74/46/pc 76/47/pc 72/50/pc 68/41/pc 77/54/s 72/54/s

High Ht. Low Ht. 3:36 a.m.....2.7 10:11 a.m..... 1.1 3:51 p.m.....3.0 10:54 p.m..... 1.2 4:32 a.m.....2.7 11:10 a.m..... 1.1 4:45 p.m.....3.0 11:45 p.m..... 1.0

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

Today Hi/Lo/W 71/48/s 71/51/s 65/41/pc 69/44/pc 69/42/pc 73/50/s 68/45/pc 70/54/s 68/44/s 64/41/pc

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 75/50/s 76/55/pc 68/43/s 70/45/pc 71/45/pc 78/54/pc 70/46/pc 74/53/pc 73/53/s 67/42/s

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Ice

Today Mon. Today Mon. City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W Albuquerque 70/46/s 71/50/s Las Vegas 83/63/s 77/53/s Anchorage 44/40/r 50/42/r Los Angeles 78/58/pc 67/54/r Atlanta 70/51/pc 73/54/pc Miami 83/72/pc 84/74/pc Baltimore 57/33/pc 61/36/s Minneapolis 55/30/pc 43/28/c Boston 57/40/pc 56/36/s New Orleans 78/61/pc 82/66/pc Charleston, WV 54/33/s 62/36/s New York 57/44/pc 60/46/s Charlotte 66/43/pc 69/45/pc Oklahoma City 70/55/s 74/63/pc Chicago 52/35/s 56/42/pc Omaha 66/37/s 56/41/c Cincinnati 54/33/s 61/39/pc Philadelphia 59/41/pc 63/40/s Dallas 72/62/pc 79/67/pc Phoenix 89/64/s 86/60/s Denver 68/36/s 50/30/pc Pittsburgh 50/33/pc 57/35/s Des Moines 61/38/s 55/42/pc St. Louis 58/39/s 68/52/pc Detroit 51/35/pc 53/37/pc Salt Lake City 70/46/s 63/39/pc Helena 50/26/c 27/12/sn San Francisco 63/51/pc 59/47/c Honolulu 87/72/pc 86/72/pc Seattle 55/42/pc 56/37/s Indianapolis 54/34/s 60/41/pc Topeka 67/42/s 67/54/t Kansas City 63/44/s 64/53/t Washington, DC 58/41/pc 62/44/s Weather(W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): ARIES (March 21-April 19): the last word in astrology Focus on what’s important Do whatever it takes to to you. Put your best foot make your wishes come eugenia LAST forward and offer what true. Get involved with you can and you will gain someone you feel can respect and satisfaction for balance you out or help your contribution. you get ahead. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Don’t overreact to TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Keep your an emotional situation because someone is emotions in check. Problems will surface if goading you. With a little control, and making you’re demanding or stubborn. Doing sure you remain calm, you’ll encourage something that will help you meet new positive action and progress. people is encouraged. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Charm and GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Set your sights on flirtatious banter will attract someone offering fixing whatever isn’t working. Going over how interesting ideas who can help you lower you’ve done things in the past will help you your overhead, giving you more cash flow to make better choices now. Expand your plans work with. to fit your needs. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): A partnership is CANCER (June 21-July 22): Getting out and likely to cost you financially or emotionally. taking part in whatever entices you will lead Back away from anyone who demands too to all sorts of perks and benefits. The people much or creates an uncomfortable situation. you meet along the way will turn out to be lifelong friends. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Keep your distance from anyone who shows possessive LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Keep a lid on your tendencies. Learn from the experience in emotions. You will take whatever is said the order to avoid coming up against similar wrong way or say something you don’t mean. situations in the future. Retreat from a personal dilemma. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Put greater VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Take time to nurture emphasis on investments and money your needs and strengthen your relationship matters. Taking something you enjoy doing with a friend or lover. Explore what’s going on one step further can bring in some extra cash. in your community.

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Sumter 69/48

Today: Mostly sunny and cool. High 68 to 72. Monday: Mostly sunny and pleasant. High 72 to 77.

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

Humid with intervals of clouds and sun

Florence 70/45

Manning 71/47

Today: Partly sunny and seasonably cool. Monday: Nice with times of sun and clouds.

THE NEWSDAY CROSSWORD

112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119

Pleasant with partial sunshine

Sunrise today .......................... 7:36 a.m. Sunset tonight ......................... 6:34 p.m. Moonrise today ..................... 12:50 a.m. Moonset today ........................ 2:24 p.m.

Gaffney 67/43 Spartanburg 68/45

24 hrs ending 4 p.m. yest. ........... 0.00" Month to date .............................. 2.75" Normal month to date ................. 2.99" Year to date ............................... 43.49" Normal year to date .................. 40.23"

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77 78 79 82 83 85 86

54°

Clear and seasonably cool

High ............................................... 62° Low ................................................ 34° Normal high ................................... 72° Normal low ..................................... 47° Record high ....................... 84° in 1974 Record low ......................... 32° in 1962

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THURSDAY 79°

Mostly sunny and seasonably cool

Temperature

SUMTER SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES Monday, 6:45 p.m., 1345 Wilson Hall Road

Botanical balm Oyster’s home Llama habitat Jefferson vice president Curative spot Folks to hang with Lower jaw Muesli morsel Kept under wraps Brink Legendary trailblazer “A __ formality!” Boomer’s kid Green-egg layers IRA establisher Target alternatives Parabolic paths All played out Shooter pellet Portugal’s place Stretch on the job Balboa Park city Wag the Dog screenwriter First European to reach New Zealand Wipe off Action word Year-end air Impersonate Writer Rice Trait carrier Keystone characters Funny Girl composer

WEDNESDAY 77°

48°

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SANTEE WATEREE RTA BOARD OF DIRECTORS Monday, 6:15 p.m., 129 S. Harvin St.

70 71 73 75

TUESDAY 76°

50°

TUOMEY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER BOARD Monday, noon, Tuomey

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SPORTS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2013

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SCHSL state volleyball playoffs begin this week BY MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER mchristopher@theitem.com East Clarendon High School’s volleyball team won the Region VII-1A title under a first-year head coach and will look to continue its winning ways starting on Wednesday, while three other local teams will kick off their respective state playoffs on either Monday or Tuesday.

Sumter will travel to face White Knoll in the 4A state playoffs and Crestwood will travel to Airport in the 3A playoffs on Tuesday while Scott’s Branch will visit Latta on Monday in the 1A playoffs. EC received a first-round after winning its region with a perfect 8-0 record. EC is 12-6 overall and will host the winner of Monday’s match between Cross and Allendale-

Fairfax on Wednesday at 6 p.m. “To have the girls buy in on a new coach, it means a lot,” Lady Wolverines head coach

O.J. Cane said. “It’s a good base to start off on.” Cane, who replaced Judy Coker after 19 years as head coach, said he really didn’t have any expectations coming in. Instead, he wanted to instill his knowledge from working with club volleyball and the results have been positive. “They’re very good when they play the game they’re

Carolina rallies to stun Mizzou

BY RONALD BLUM The Associated Press ST. LOUIS — Matt Holiday’s seventh-inning double gave the St. Louis Cardinals a 4-2 lead over the Boston Red Sox after seven innings of Game 3 of the World Series at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. The final result was not available at press time. For a complete recap, visit our website at www.theitem. HOLLIDAY com. Rookie Xander Bogaerts woke up Boston’s offense with a fifth-inning triple. Daniel Nava greeted reliever Seth Maness with an RBI single the following inning. Holliday and Yadier Molina singled in runs off Jake Peavy in a fourpitch span of the first but Bogaerts, a

FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS

SEE USC, PAGE B3

SEE VOLLEYBALL, PAGE B5

Cards up 4-2 in 8th

Shaw leads comeback in 27-24 double-OT win COLUMBIA, Mo. — Quarterback Connor Shaw came off the bench in the second half and threw for 201 yards and three touchdowns and Elliott Fry kicked the game-winning field goal to help No. 20 South Carolina stun No. 5 Missouri 27-24 in two overtimes on Saturday, After not starting the game after suffering a sprained left knee in last week’s 23-21 loss to Tennessee, Shaw entered the game in the third quarter and helped the Gamecocks score the final 17 points of regulation. He then threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Bruce Ellington on fourth down and goal in the Gamecocks’ first overtime possession to match the Tigers’ Marcus Murphy’s 1-yard scamper.

taught,” Cane said. “For me, I emphasize a lot on fundamentals. I try to tell the girls no matter who you’re playing against you’ve always got to play to your level and not to try to play down.” The Lady Wolverines are comprised of two seniors, four juniors, two sophomores and two freshmen. Cane said

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South Carolina linebacker Skai Moore, left, tries to run down Missouri wide receiver Bud Sasser during the first quarter of the Gamecocks’ 27-24 doubleovertime victory on Saturday in Columbia, Mo.

Best-of-7; x-if necessary All games televised by Fox St. Louis vs. Boston Boston 1, St. Louis 1 Wednesday: Boston 8, St. Louis 1 Thursday: St. Louis 4, Boston 2 Saturday: Boston at St. Louis, late Today: Boston at St. Louis, 8:15 p.m. x-Monday: Boston at St. Louis, 8:07 p.m. x-Oct. 30: St. Louis at Boston, 8:07 p.m. x-Oct. 31: St. Louis at Boston, 8:07 p.m.

Clemson rebounds, thumps Terps 40-27 BY DAVID GINSBURG The Associated Press

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Clemson tight end Jordan Leggett, left, scores a touchdown in front of Maryland defensive back Zach Dancel in the first half of the Tigers’ 40-27 victory on Saturday in College Park, Md.

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — The offense clicked on the ground and in the air, amassing 551 yards on 98 plays. The defense came up BOYD big during a pivotal stretch of the third quarter, and special teams contributed 16 points. It was a relentless performance by No. 9 Clemson, which re-

turned to form in grand style Saturday in a 40-27 victory over injury-riddled Maryland. Tajh Boyd threw for a touchdown and ran for a score, Sammy Watkins had a school-record 14 catches for SWINNEY 163 yards and Roderick McDowell rushed for 161 yards and two touchdowns to help the Tigers (7-1, 5-1 ACC) rebound from last week’s 51-14 defeat against Florida State.

“It’s good to get the win, get back on track,’’ coach Dabo Swinney said. “We had a great week, we really did. I thought our guys bounced back. If there was a hangover, if we weren’t focused, this team could have gone south in a hurry. But it didn’t. It responded. That’s what great teams do. “Everybody was disappointed with a loss last week, but heck, there’s a lot of teams out there that would SEE CLEMSON, PAGE B3

Wright seizing opportunity for newly reestablished Paine College 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.

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teven Wright had the opportunity to continue his football career at an established college program. Instead, the defensive lineman chose to play for the Paine College (Ga.) football club. The Lakewood High School graduate started at defensive end and tackle for two years for the Greenville Titans and

signed to play at NCAA Division II Newberry College. But the chance to join a new program was too enticing. The Paine club signals WRIGHT the return of football to the school for the first time in 51 years. School officials are plan-

ning for Paine to compete in 2014 as a DII team in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. “This seemed like a better fit for me,” Wright said. “I knew this was an extra year for me to get polished. I’m really glad I came in this year. I feel a big step ahead.” Wright said he trained SEE BOXLEITNER, PAGE B5


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Building Permits Johnny M. James, owner and contractor, 3535 Katwallace Circle, 2,475 heated square feet and 600 unheated square feet, $140,000 (new dwelling, residential); Johnny M. James, owner and contractor, 2770 Foxcroft Circle, 1,800 heated square feet and 560 unheated square feet, $90,000 (new dwelling, residential); Glen I. and Ruby L. Garris, owners, America’s Home Place Inc., contractor, 8530 Two Mile Road, Lynchburg, 1,961 heated square feet and 888 unheated square feet, $186,012.86 (new dwelling, residential); Austin J. Sampson, owner, David Windham dba Windham Roofing, contractor, 1559 Bradham Blvd., $5,800 (reroof, residential); Edward B. and Betty J. Richardson, owners, Harvey McDonald, contractor, 5200 Scenic Lake Drive East No. 4, Rembert (mobile home, residential). John Michael Maslanko, owner, Craig Drennon dba Storm Team Construct, contractor, 6641 S. Mayrant Circle, $6,068.20 (new roof, residential); Donald C. and Treva R. Walker, owners, Terry Osteen, contractor, 226 N. Salem Ave., $15,000 (reroof, residential); Curley J. and Deborah Hunt, owners, Terry Osteen, contractor, 110 Horseshoe Cove, $5,000 (rebuild back porch, residential); Marybeth L. Cain, owner, Carolina Home Improvements, contractor, 2720 Pintail Drive, 400 unheated square feet, $15,750 (screen porch addition, residential); Lucille Barnes, owner, Nunnery Roofing & Remodeling, contractor, 2475 Edmunds Drive, $6,300 (remove / replace shingles, residential). Lee’s Preserve LLC, owner, Hawkins and Kolb Construction Co., contractor, 3520 Preserve Court, $20,000 (batting cage — no walls — roof only, residential); Church of God, owner, Joshua W. Neal, contractor, 100 Walker Ave., $25,000 (remove / replace shingles, canopy, replace 1,500 square feet stucco, commercial); Sumter County, owner, Roofco Inc., contractor, 18 Law Range, 5,000 heated square feet, $13,900 (reroof, commercial); Sumter County, owner, Roofco Inc., contractor, 14 Law Range, 1,800 heated square feet, $9,400 (reroof, commercial); Christopher and Shannon Hawkins, owners, Hawkins and Kolb Construction Co., contractor, 3520 Preserve Court, 2,750 heated square feet and 900 unheated square feet, $200,400 (new dwelling, residential). Michael Baxley, owner, Baxley’s Bestway Transportation, contractor, 3435 Nazarene Church Road, Lot 9 (mobile home, residential); Gustavo Figueroa, owner, Jacob Randall, contractor, 121 E. Patricia Drive, Lot 21 (mobile home, residential); James Aaron Dyson Construction, owner and contractor, 2250 Waterwheel Drive, 1,423 heated square feet and 520 unheated square feet, $80,000 (new dwelling, residential); Sylvester Dawson, owner, Hazelwood Construction Co. Inc., contractor, 2535 N. Kings Highway, Dalzell, $6,300 (widen bathroom door / replace plumbing fixtures, residential). Duane L. and Kyong H. Gorman, owners, Timothy Kelley dba Kelley Construction, contractor, 915 Chesterfield Drive, $7,748 (new roof, residential); Richard C. and Jo Ellen Miller (trustee), owner, John Brockington dba Brock Construction, contractor, 16 Martha Court, $6,113 (vinyl windows, residential); Almena M. Merritt, owner, Roosevelt Butler, contractor, 1600 Gardner Road, 616 unheated square feet, $30,800 (detached garage, residential); St. Rest Holiness Church, owner, Hardee Construction Co. Inc., contractor, 360 Sumter Road, Mayesville, 1,750 heated square feet, $101,260 (addition to extend fellowship hall, commercial). Mungo Homes Inc., owner and contractor, 1015 McCathern Ave., 4,059 heated square feet and 674 unheated square feet, $176,000 (new dwelling, residential); Mungo Homes Inc., owner and contractor, 1500 Ruger Drive, 1,919 heated square feet and 578 unheated square feet, $110,000 (new dwelling, residential); Santee Print Works, owner, Atkins Roofing & Maintenance LLC, contractor, 19 Progress St., $66,310 (remove existing roof and install new cold applied modified bitumen, commercial); Frank May and Jacquelin Fretwell, owners, Arthur Brittingham dba Paint & Home Improvements, contractor, 2703 Browning Ridge Road, 308 unheated square feet, $6,000 (14x22 detached deck on back, residential). Gloria L. Bramlett, owner, Waterworks LLC, contractor, 1551 Melvin Ave., $5,500 (swimming pool, residential); Carolina Construction of Sumter LLC, owner and contractor, 175 Har-

PUBLIC RECORD vey Drive, 140 unheated square feet, $30,240 (detached four car garage, residential); Carolina Construction of Sumter LLC, owner and contractor, 175 Harvey Drive, 3,366 heated square feet and 638 unheated square feet, $235,554 (new dwelling, residential); Joey R. Floyd, owner, William Wilson, contractor, 10590 Lynches River Road, Lynchburg (mobile home, residential); Tamika Yates, owner, Ralph Brown, contractor, 3830 Cannery Road, Dalzell (mobile home, residential). Scott H. Lee Jr. (as trustee), owner, Powerhouse Retail Services LLC, contractor, 1283 Broad St., $75,000 (installation of consistent lay-in ceiling and flooring — Walmart, commercial); Patricia Ann Cipov, owner, Sam Avins Construction, contractor, 2171 Graystone Drive, $6,500 (roof repair, residential); Thomas C. Reed and Miriam Broome, owners, Jeffrey D. Haas, contractor, 28 Palmer Drive, $7,500 (reroof, residential); Scott R. Hicks, owner, Jeffrey D. Haas, contractor, 807 N. Guignard Drive, $6,288 (reroof, residential); Wilkes Builders Inc., owner and contractor, 3194 Girard Drive, 1,500 heated square feet and 400 unheated square feet, $97,000 (new dwelling, residential). April Hodge, owner, Baxley’s Bestway Transportation, contractor, 170 Rolling Creek Drive (mobile home, residential); William Childers, owner, Harvey McDonald, contractor, 491 Havenwood Drive (mobile home, residential); Ashley Carter Gagnon, owner, C&S Construction, contractor, 511 N. Purdy St., $8,200 (remove / replace shingles, residential); Gabrielle A. Turnmeyer, owner, Donnie Ryan Beard, contractor, 306 Lesesne Court, $5,800 (reroof, residential); Catherine Springs, owner, Terry Osteen, contractor, 3025 Kari Drive, $6,000 (roof replacement, residential); Roger Dale Welch II, owner, Newman Builders of Sumter LLC, contractor, 1270 Felder St., 960 heated square feet and 200 unheated square feet, $24,000 (new dwelling, residential). Thompson Construction Group, owner, Thompson Turner Construction, contractor, 867 S. Guignard Drive, 800 heated square feet, $97,400 (addition of 40x20 pre-engineered office space to existing building, commercial); Summit Realty & Dev, owner, Wilkes Builders, contractor, 1320 Broadwater Drive, 2,600 heated square feet and 600 unheated square feet, $164,000 (new dwelling, residential); Earl L. Parmenter Jr., owner, Advance Roofing Services, contractor, 44 Vining Road, $8,215 (reroof, residential); Windsor City, owner, Tim Huffstetler, contractor, 9 Somerset Drive (B) (mobile home, residential); William P. and Michelle M. Davis, owners, All About Pools and Spas LLC, contractor, 1721 Ketch Ave., $20,500 (swimming pool, residential). John Wesley and Deanna McElveen, owners, All About Pools and Spas LLC, contractor, 1330 Broadwater Drive, $36,000 (swimming pool, residential); Howell Lee Blackmon Sr., owner, Geddings Construction LLC, contractor, 3125 Springdale Way, 432 unheated square feet, $31,000 (detached garage, residential); City of Sumter Housing Authority, owner, Bent Pine Construction Co. Inc., contractor, 525 E. Calhoun St., Building 16, $6,322 (replace and install new A/C units, commercial); City of Sumter Housing Authority, owner, Bent Pine Construction Co. Inc., contractor, 525 E. Calhoun St., Building 23, $6,322 (replace and install new A/C units, commercial). City of Sumter Housing Authority, owner, Bent Pine Construction Co. Inc., contractor, 525 E. Calhoun St., Building 23B, $6,322 (replace and install new A/C units, commercial); City of Sumter Housing Authority, owner, Bent Pine Construction Co. Inc., contractor, 26 Rast St., Building 1C, $6,322 (replace and install new A/C units, commercial); Dunlap Properties LP et al, owner, Aaron Dyson Construction, contractor, 1191 Floyd Drive, 1,410 heated square feet and 520 unheated square feet, $80,000 (new dwelling, residential); Hutchinson, owner, George E. Cantlon dba Sumter Siding, contractor, 570 Lynam Road, $6,500 (reroof, residential). Lynn Cora Wilson, owner, Harvey McDonald, contractor, 37 E. Patricia Drive (mobile home, residential); The Youth Academy (a nonprofit), owner, Harvey McDonald, contractor, 7 Cheyne St. (mobile home, residential); Denny W. and Dibble B. Parker, owners, Milestone Builders Inc., contractor, 34 Haynsworth St., $7,200 (remove / replace shingles, residential); Horace Marshall and Ren Richburg, owners, Waterworks LLC, contractor,

40 Brent St., $33,500 (swimming pool, residential).

Property Transfers Gregory Farley to Gabriel A. Blomfield, one lot, one building, 3338 Annie St., $93,500; Craig S. Hatchell to Craig S. and Kimberley J. Hatchell, one lot, one building, 300 Deschamps Road, $5 etc.; L. Scott Kinder to Jesse E. McLeod dba Vestco, one lot, one building, 6110 Waco Court, $30,000; John D. and Jennifer L. Sherman to Elizabeth L. and John G. Freeman, one lot, two buildings, 3520 Drayton Drive, $127,500; Woodrow and Evelyn Johnson to Woodrow and Evelyn Johnson, one lot, one building, 108 W. Second St., $5 etc.; US Bank NA (trustee) to Gloria Carter, one lot, one building, 394 Myrtle Beach Highway, $37,000. Warren C. and Melissa A. Parker to Robert W. Chase and Ann M. Steen, one lot, one building, 2965 Tara Drive, $255,000; Kasey Newman (interest of Cylde Frederick Newman Jr.) to John Lee Newman, one building, French Williams Road, $175,000; Stephanie Nell Larkins to Morgan Teale Larkins, one lot, 2892 Southgate Drive, $5 etc.; Christopher J. and Jill W. Tino to Davin J. Pardun, one lot, one building, 274 Mallard Drive, $181,500; William J. Odom Jr. to Ayannadjenaba A. Morales-Kaley, one lot, one building, 733 Reynolds Road, $140,000; Stillwater of Sumter LLC to Sara E. Johnson, one lot, 3060 Lowerlake Drive, $55,000; Sara E. Johnson to Sara E. Johnson and Raymon L. Johnson III, one lot, 3060 Lowerlake Drive, $5 etc. William R. Cox to Gloria Jill Knotts, one lot, one building, 2017 Columbia Circle, $67,900; Larry Otis Atkinson (trustee) to Robert G. and Tracey E. Harris, one lot, one building, 3204 Mayflower Lane, $171,750; Wells Fargo Bank NA to Thomas Edward and Alice McLane Miller, one lot, two buildings, 2970 Trent St., $50,299; Thomas Edward and Alice McLane Miller to Thomas Edward and Alice McLane and Teisha D. Miller, one lot, two buildings, 2970 Trent St., $5 etc.; Secretary of Veterans Affairs to Ines Carolina Arias, one lot, three buildings, 34 Adams Ave., $78,000. Booth Farms LLC et al to Jennifer Lynn Mood Pillsbury, one lot, two buildings, 480 Pioneer Drive, $12,000; Eleanor Coubarous to Adriane Russ, one lot, two buildings, 67 Carrol Drive, $20,000; Frederick W. and Brandy J. Rieger to Naeehma V. Scott, one lot, two buildings, 2923 September Drive, $155,000; Aireen S. Rojas to Willie Mae Scott, one lot, one building, 1090 Inabinet Drive, $182,000; Jeffrey R. Scharmann to Samuel D. Pierson Associates Inc., one lot, one building, 3601 Beacon Drive, $100,000; Wells Fargo Bank NA (trustee) to Central Palmetto Asset Management LLC, one lot, 4830 Silo Road, $15,000; Ronnie Wilkes to Adrian A. Sandor, one lot, 21 N. Guignard Drive, $20,000. Jennie R. Hoover et al to James H. Lowery, 3070 Camden Highway, $5 etc.; Jennie R. Hoover et al to Lisa M. Feeney, two buildings, Camden Highway, $5 etc.; Jennie R. Hoover et al to Nancy Lyn Wells, 3080 Camden Highway, $5 etc.; Jennie R. Hoover et al to Jennie R. Hoover, Camden Highway, $5 etc.; Jennie R. Hoover et al to Phillip M. Lowery, two buildings, Camden Highway, $5 etc.; Cecil Gregory Alford Estate to Heather E. Hoyt and Cecil G. Alford Estate, one lot, one building, 1064 Kentwood Drive, $5 etc.; Heather E. Hoyt and Cecil G. Alford Estate to Heather E. Hoyt, one lot, one building, 1064 Kentwood Drive, $55,000; John W. and Dorothy F. Johnson (trustees) to John W. Johnson, one lot, one building, 20 Church Court, $5 etc.; Charles Veatch Estate to Terry Patrick Veatch, one lot, three buildings, 216 Haile Drive, $5 etc. Gisela R. Mundy Estate to Clarence J. Mundy II et al, one lot, one building, 899 Perry Blvd., $5 etc.; Lacy Woods Dick (1/2 interest conveyed) to Samuel E. Burrows, D Siding Road/Colcl Plant., $66,045; Everette Lee Jr. and Karen A. Burton to Everett Lee and Karen A. Burton, one lot, one building, 5145 Longbranch Drive, $5 etc.; Dunlap Properties LP to Great Southern Homes Inc., one lot, 515 Brutsch Ave., $30,000; Dunlap Properties LP to Great Southern Homes Inc., one lot, 610 Brutsch Ave., $30,000; Margaret B. Glover Estate to Jesse E. McLeod dba Vestco, one lot, two buildings, 63 Carrol Drive, $10,000; Mungo Homes Inc. to Daniel A. Jr. and Alkena R. Hanley, one lot, 2195 Harborview Drive, $275,750. Forfeited Land Commission to Alex Dayyeh, one lot, one building, 6 An-

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inally, some much needed The whitetail deer rut (mating cooler weather. season for the uneducated) usuI have been so tired of ally kicks off during the first week sitting in a tree stand and dripor so of November, and it is very ping sweat. I was in the stand often associated with the paslast Saturday morning and there sage of a cold front. Why a drop was just a bit of fog in the air. The in temperature would kick things air temperature was in the low off is beyond me, but I can spec70s, but with such high humidity, ulate that it is just something difthe sweat couldn’t evaporate ferent. Like most of us, a quick from my skin and was pouring change in the temperature in the down my face. I hate that. fall makes us brace against the Before it was light cold and makes us feel enough to see, I got a more alive. I suspect it whiff of a rather pungent does the same thing to the odor, the distinct smell animal kingdom. Also, the of a rutting buck. If you deer population started have ever smelled one, shedding its summer coat then you know exactly back in late August and what I’m talking about. I September and has put on tried everything I knew its winter coat, which I asEarle to see the thing, but sume has a bit more insuWOODWARD never did. He walked lating properties. With a right on by and into the heavier coat, the deer were thick cover, the bedding area. probably too hot to move around It was 8:45 a.m. before I saw, very much, but now that the or heard, another deer. That’s weather has chilled, maybe the when a nice little buck, antlers activity will pick up. just to the ends of the ears, came On the property that I hunt, I trotting up the hill and ran right have seen more than the usual under my stand. And I mean amount of scrap activity. Of right under it, no more than two course, this year our doe-to-buck or three yards from the ladder. ratio looks to be about 2:1, which He continued on up the hill to is excellent. That should mean an area on another landowner’s that the bucks will have to move property that has some big white around more to find does and oaks. That’s the feeding area. I could be more susceptible to sat there damp from the humidi- things like rattling. ty and sweat for another 30 minWhat I have not seen on our utes, then climbed down and land is bucks running does. went home. I really do not like Again, for those who don’t know, hunting while I’m damp. that refers to the time of year With the passage of the recent when the bucks are just a bit cold front, dropping the temperaahead of the does in desire and ture at my house on Thursday are harassing them, looking for a morning to 38 degrees, things doe that has come into estrous. should start to really heat up in the The does will try to run away, but outdoor world, no pun intended. the bucks will continue the pur-

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suit, running the does all over the place. I have reports of that happening on other properties, but have not yet seen it on our two small tracts. The cooler weather should get that fired right up. I’ve kept records over the years as to weather conditions, moon phases, wind directions, temperatures, etc., and I believe that the next few weeks will be outstanding. While I have witnessed increased activity in early October, it seems the biggest bucks I’ve seen have all been during the last week of October and the first day or two of November. By far, the biggest deer I’ve ever seen was on Halloween evening. After that, the bucks will find a receptive doe and stay with her for a couple of days, not moving around a lot and every deer in the woods will seem to disappear. We’ll begin to see them moving again a few weeks later. I’ve taken a vacation day or two over the next week and intend to stay in the woods all day long on both days. If my theories are correct, I should see an increase in activity and increase my chances of seeing the big one. Regardless, I will enjoy the chilly mornings and the crisp fall afternoons. There is nothing like the nip on your nose and a little tingle to the ends of your fingers, maybe seeing your breath for the first time each year. Fall is finally here and I couldn’t be happier about it. I just hope the deer will enjoy getting out and about as much as I will.

Tide Tables FISHING REPORT 03:23 AM

4.92 H

09:23 AM

1.29 L

03:36 PM

5.34 H

09:58 PM

1.23 L

TUESDAY, October 29 04:17 AM

5.15 H

10:21 AM

1.13 L

04:28 PM

5.43 H

10:48 PM

0.97 L

WEDNESDAY, October 30 05:08 AM

5.45 H

11:16 AM

0.88 L

05:18 PM

5.55 H

11:36 PM

0.67 L

THURSDAY, October 31 05:57 AM 12:08 PM 06:06 PM

5.79 H 0.6

L

5.67 H

FRIDAY, November 1 12:22 AM

0.36 L

06:43 AM

6.14 H

12:58 PM

0.32 L

06:53 PM

5.78 H

SATURDAY, November 2 01:07 AM

0.07 L

07:29 AM

6.44 H

01:47 PM

0.08 L

07:39 PM

5.85 H

SUNDAY, November 3 01:52 AM

-0.16 L

07:14 AM

6.67 H

01:36 PM

-0.08 L

07:25 PM

5.88 H

Santee Cooper System Bream: Very good. There is a strong bream bite over deep brushpiles around 25 feet. Nightcrawlers are good bait and all sizes of fish are mixed together. Striped Bass: Good to very good. An hour or two after daybreak very good school activity is being reported for striper. After fish go down trolling with live bait will catch fish. Catfish: Fair to good. The catfish bite has improved from the late summer doldrums but will get better as the fall continues. The fish are scattered, but the best luck is drifting fresh cut bait (especially shad and white perch) in water 12-25 feet deep and covering plenty of water. Lake Wateree Catfish: Good. The middle section of Lake Wateree from Taylor Creek to Colonel Creek is a good area to fish right now; fall is a transition period and so catfish are generally scattered, and it is important to cover a good amount of water and try a variety of depths. Cut white perch, bluegill and gizzard shad will all work. Striped Bass: Fair. There are isolated reports of striper being caught 20-30 feet down in the mid lake area. Reports are also coming in of small striper following baitfish up the creeks towards the bridges. Crappie: Fair. Look around bridges up the creeks and fish minnows vertically against the pilings. Largemouth Bass: Fair. Bass fishing is still tough on Lake Wateree. Start a fall trip on Lake Wateree by throwing a topwater lures early in the morning and looking for shad on the surface. Lake Murray Largemouth Bass: Slow. Bass fishing is tough right now. The best bite is still for suspended fish but that appears to be winding down and it is getting harder to catch even one fish on traditionally strong spots. Some reports of action on buzzbaits, but it’s hit and miss. Lake Monticello Catfish: Good. Good numbers of fish continue to be caught. Anchoring over humps, ledges and other structure in 25 to 60 feet of water and fishing with cut bait seems to be the best pattern. White perch is durable but the type of cut bait does not seem to make a difference right now - the key to big bites seems to be

waiting at least an hour in each spot. Lake Greenwood Largemouth bass: Good. Bass fishing continues to improve, particularly around brush piles in the State Park area. Strike King Sexy Shad crankbaits and plastics worms in black with red fleck or green pumpkin with red/ green fleck colors are both catching fish. There is also some topwater action reported particularly early in the morning. Striped Bass: Good. Striper are scattered but schooling action has been reported around the State Park and some nice fish have been weighed in. Catfish: Good. Drifting cut bait and shrimp in 18-28 feet of water along the river channel and across points and humps will catch both numbers of fish and good sized channel cats. A big flathead or two may be mixed in with the catch. Crappie: Fair. Crappie seem to have moved from deep brush piles into channels in about the 10 foot depth range. Use jigs tipped with minnows. Lake Russell Largemouth and Spotted Bass: There continues to be good fishing for spotted bass on main lake points in 12-18 feet of water. Use a spot remover with a finesse worm in cotton candy or green pumpkin color. Schooling action continues to be reported on the main river channel where bass are keying in on schools of small shad. When these fish are on the top cast for them with a Tiny Torpedo, but fishing a spoon or drop shot rig vertically in 15-25 feet of water in the areas where they show themselves is also effective. Striped Bass: Good. Striped bass fishing continues to improve and the fish seem to be making their way south down the river toward the mid-lake area. The best way to catch them is to fish herring on down line rigs in 18-30 feet of water. 8-10 pound fish are the norm and monsters are out there. Lake Thurmond Striped and Hybrid Bass: Good. Check the lower lake early in the morning and late in the afternoon. Popping corks with ice flies, Zara Puppies and Spooks, and Rooster Tails will all catch fish. Bream: Good. Shellcracker are being caught in the lake off long sloping

| points with mussels. Fish with nightcrawlers on the bottom. Below the dam in the Savannah River the bream bite is starting; fish besides ledges 15-17 feet deep. Crappie: Fair to good. Fish over brush 18-25 feet deep with small minnows, or troll slider jigs in 10-15 feet of water. Lake Wylie White perch: Good. The best bet remains fishing small minnows on the bottom from 18-22 feet deep. Largemouth Bass: Fair to good. Schooling action is still being reported at times, but the better fish are generally still deep. The best fishing is coming with plastics worms fished on the drops off of flats, especially at night - sit in 15 feet of water and throw to 35-40 feet and slowly pull the bait up the ledge. Lake Jocassee Bream: Good. In the backs of creeks, coves and around waterfalls bream are being caught in good numbers. Fish crickets, worms or small artificials like inline spinners. Black Bass: Fair. Seasonal changes and good water levels are improving the bite. Fish are starting to move back into coves following the bait and should start to bunch up soon. Lake Keowee Largemouth and Spotted Bass: Good. The topwater bite continues to improve and his boat is catching fish on the south end of the lake over 5-15 feet of water around schools of shad. 3/8 ounce Nemire Baby Buzzer buzzbaits in red color have been successful for catching both spots and largemouth. Lake Hartwell Catfish: Good. The catfish bite remains fairly strong. In particular channel catfish are biting well in 15-22 feet of water in creek runs and flats. Cut herring and nightcrawlers are the best baits right now. Flathead catfish are also feeding well. Fish at night around brush in old ditches or creek channels, or on the edge of flats, with live bream or perch. Largemouth Bass: Fair. The better largemouth bass are still out on main lake points and humps. The bigger fish are keyed in on blueback herring instead of threadfin shad and can be found suspended over water from 15 to 40 or 50 feet deep.

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Study bird biology at Santee Refuge FROM STAFF REPORTS On Nov. 9 and 10, the South Carolina Wildlife Federation (SCWF) will hold a class in bird biology, identification and habitat conservation at the Santee National Wildlife Refuge. This class is open to the public and will feature woodland, open field and water birds as you walk through the transitioning habitat on the Bluff Unit of the refuge. You will learn about late-migrating and wintering warblers and vireos around the boardwalk trail; buntings and early arriving sparrows in the fields; coots, moorhens, early arriving ducks and wading birds in the impoundments; and, birds of prey. Located along the shores of Lake Marion, just outside of Summerton, Santee National Wildlife Refuge has become a haven for birds and birders, alike. From open waters to open fields and hardwood canopies to pine wood edges, the variety of habitats found at Santee NWR lends to an amazing diversity of birds, with nearly 300 species observed on the refuge. This two-day class will draw on the diversity found here to offer participants an unparalleled chance to learn about the birds of Santee NWR. By the end of the day, participants will be able to: • Comprehend and explain the reason for the wide variety of species found at Santee NWR. • Better understand identification techniques used to discern difficult species of birds. • Identify by sight and/or sound a number of bird species observed at Santee NWR. This class will be taught by naturalist Josh Arrants, who has worked with birds throughout South Carolina for more than 10 years. Specializing in the management of the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker, as well as songbirds and birds of prey, Arrants operates MAPS (Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship) stations for the Wildlife Branch at Fort Jackson, as well as the Natural and Cultural Resources Branch at Shaw Air Force Base. Along with assisting SCWF with Midlands Master Naturalist classes and Women’s Outdoor Retreats, he has banded birds and led nature walks from Virginia to Florida and is a certified Master Naturalist in the state of Montana. This class is offered through the SCWF as part of the Palmetto Pro Birder program to introduce the basics of bird identification. Classes are open to the public, and no prior knowledge is required. You may attend any individual class, or attend four modules and become a certified Pro Birder. Space is limited — register early. This training will be a combination of classroom and field work conducted at Santee National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge is located just off of I-95; take the U.S. 15/301 exit on the north side of Lake Marion (exit 102). The Saturday session will run from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; the Sunday session will begin at 7 a.m. and conclude at noon. The cost is $150 per person. Students will need to pack a lunch on Saturday and be prepared for a day in the field including easy to moderate hikes. For more information about Santee National Wildlife Refuge, visit www.fws.gov/santee. To register online visit www.scwf , or call (803) 256-0670.


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B-C downs Bulldogs for MEAC lead DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Quentin Williams passed for one touchdown and ran for another as Bethune-Cookman scored early and then held off South Carolina State 14-3 for sole possession of first place in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference on Saturday. The Wildcats (7-1, 4-0 Mid-Eastern) held South Carolina State (5-3, 3-1) to just 143 yards of total offense. Williams marched Bethune-Cookman 81 yards in nine plays, hitWILLIAMS ting Isidore Jackson from the 4. Williams scored from the 6 a couple of drives later. After halftime, S.C. State’s leading rusher Justin Taylor was stuffed on third- and fourth-down tries as Bethune-Cookman dominated. The Wildcats stopped S.C. State five times inside the 25. SAMFORD WOFFORD

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SPARTANBURG — Andy Summerlin shook off an early game interception that was returned for a score, and passed for 259 yards and a pair of touchdowns as Samford edged Wofford 34-27 in a meeting of Southern Conference unbeatens on Saturday. Summerlin was intercepted three times, first by Alvin Scioneaux, who returned it 33 yards for an early 7-0 Wofford lead. But Jeremiaha Gates and Summerlin each threw TD passes to Chris Cephus as Samford (6-2, 4-0 Southern) surged ahead 14-7 by the end of the opening period. CHATTANOOGA THE CITADEL

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CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Jacob Huesman’s 13-yard touchdown with 2:02 remaining lifted Chattanooga over The Citadel 28-24 in a Southern Conference matchup. Huesman rushed for 95 yards on 13 carries, and went 13 of 23 passing for 144 yards and two touchdowns to pace the Mocs (6-2, 4-1). The Citadel (2-6, 2-4) built a 17-7 halftime lead on Ben Dupree’s 13yard TD scamper, Thomas Warren’s 23-yard field goal and Aaron Miller’s 41yard touchdown strike to Jake Stenson. CHARLESTON SOUTHERN CHARLOTTE

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Miami running back Duke Johnson (8) breaks the tackle of Wake Forest’s Kevin Johnson (9) during the first half of the Hurricanes’ 24-21 victory on Saturday in Miami Gardens, Fla.

Miami escapes; FSU rolls MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Duke Johnson ran for two fourth-quarter touchdowns, the second a 1-yard plunge with 53 seconds left, as No. 7 Miami rallied twice to beat Wake Forest 24-21 on Saturday and remain unbeaten. Johnson finished with 168 yards on 30 carries for the Hurricanes (7-0, 3-0 Atlantic Coast Conference). Tanner Price’s 44-yard touchdown pass to Dominique Gibson with 4:02 remaining put Wake Forest on top, but the Hurricanes went 73 yards on their next 10 plays, with Johnson scoring to keep Miami unbeaten heading into next week’s showdown at No. 3 Florida State. Antonio Crawford’s interception sealed the win

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Jameis Winston threw for 292 yards and three touchdowns and No. 3 Florida State scored 35 points in the first quarter on the way to a 49-17 vicWINSTON tory against North Carolina State on Saturday. Winston completed 16of-26 passes with one interception and left the game after the opening series of the second half. Rashad Greene topped 100 yards receiving for the

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CLINTON — Heys McMath threw two touchdown passes of 40 and 37 yards to lead Presbyterian to a 49-19 win over High Point University in a nonconference matchup Saturday. Tobi Antigha accounted for two Blue Hose touchdowns, including a 37-yarder from McMath and a 16yard rushing TD, From wire reports

third consecutive game with eight receptions for 137 yards and a touchdown for the Seminoles (7-0, 5-0). NORTH CAROLINA BOSTON COLLEGE

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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Bryn Renner threw for two touchdowns and North Carolina snapped a fourgame losing streak by routing Boston College 34-10 on Saturday. Renner finished 18 of 21 for 227 yards with a 13yard touchdown to Ryan Switzer and a 10-yarder to Bug Howard for the Tar Heels (2-5, 1-3). GEORGIA TECH VIRGINIA

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David Sims each ran for two touchdowns as Georgia Tech defeated Virginia 35-25 Saturday. Robert Godhigh also ran for a touchdown for Georgia Tech (5-3, 4-2), which survived five turnovers and responded every time Virginia (2-6, 0-4) made it close. NAVY PITTSBURGH

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. — A 30-yard field-goal by Nick Sloan as time expired gave Navy a 24-21 victory over Pittsburgh on Saturday. The Midshipmen (4-3) snapped a 2-game losing streak and need just two wins to become bowl eligible.

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CHARLESTON — Daniel Croghan threw two touchdowns while Kyle Copeland ran in two more to lead Charleston Southern to a 36-14 win over Charlotte on Saturday. Copeland put the Buccaneers (8-1, 1-0 Big South) on the scoreboard in the first quarter with a 3-yard TD run, then put the game out of reach in the fourth quarter with a 5-yard TD run. Croghan completed 15 of 22 passes for 173 yards

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Johnny Manziel threw for 305 yards and four touchdowns in less than three quarters, and No. 14 Texas A&M bounced back with a 56-24 victory over Vanderbilt on Saturday. Manziel showed no signs that the right shoulder he injured last week was bothering him. He threw three TDs in the first quarter to help A&M (6-2, 3-2) build a 28point lead. He tacked on another score before sitting down with 6 minutes left in the third quarter and the Aggies leading 42-17. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Patton Robinette had a tough time in his first start Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel (2) throws a pass for Vanderbilt (4-4, 1-4). He during the first half of the Aggies’ 56-24 victory over threw two interceptions — Vanderbilt on Saturday in College Station, Texas.

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one was returned for a score — and was sacked five times. (1) ALABAMA TENNESSEE

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — T.J. Yeldon scored on three 1-yard runs and AJ McCarron passed for 275 yards and two touchdowns to help No. 1 Alabama continue to roll along with a 45-10 victory over Tennessee on Saturday. Landon Collins returned an interception 89 yards for another score for the Crimson Tide (8-0, 5-0), which raced to a 35-0 halftime lead. Alabama has outscored its last six opponents 246-26. McCarron completed 19 of 27 passes. From wire reports

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Sooners hand Texas Tech 1st loss NORMAN, Okla. — Blake Bell and Oklahoma did just enough to knock Texas Tech from the ranks of the unbeaten. Bell threw for 249 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and Damien Williams added two more scores as No. 17 Oklahoma outlasted No. 10 Texas Tech in a 38-30 win on Saturday. The loss was the first of the season for Texas Tech (7-1, 4-1) and first-year coach Kliff Kingsbury.

the season with a 34-3 rout of South Florida on Saturday. Bridgewater completed 25 of 29 passes with no interceptions, hiking his totals for the season to 23 TDs with two picks.

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TAMPA, Fla. — Teddy Bridgewater threw for 344 yards and three touchdowns and No. 18 Louisville rebounded from its first loss of

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AMES, Iowa — Desmond Roland ran for a career-high 219 yards and four touchdowns and 19th-ranked Oklahoma State routed Iowa State 58-27 on Saturday for its third straight win. 62 17

ORLANDO, Fla. — Blake Bortles threw for four touchdowns and ran for another as No. 21 UCF routed winless Connecticut 62-17 on Saturday.

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DE KALB, Ill. — Jordan Lynch threw four touchdown passes and caught another as No. 23 Northern Illinois reached its best start as a major program with a 59-20 victory over Eastern Michigan on Saturday. MINNESOTA (25) NEBRASKA

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MINNEAPOLIS — Philip Nelson rushed for two touchdowns and passed for another, guiding Minnesota to a 34-23 upset Saturday of 25thranked Nebraska, the first win by the Gophers since 1960 against the Cornhuskers. From wire reports

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Oklahoma wide receiver Jalen Saunders (8) gets past Texas Tech defensive back Olaoluwa Falemi (29) for a touchdown in the second quarter of the Sooners’ 38-30 victory on Saturday in Norman, Okla.


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Big 2nd half leads LSU to 48-16 rout of Furman BY BRETT MARTEL The Associated Press BATON ROUGE, La. — Sloppy play by No. 13 LSU had its fans grumbling and feisty Furman believing until Odell Beckham Jr. and Terrence Magee added a few more big plays to their personal highlight collections. Beckham caught six passes for 204 yards and two scores, Terrance Magee added two second-half touchdowns, including one from 39 yards out, and LSU turned a tenuous halftime lead into a 48-16 romp over Furman on Saturday night. Jeremy Hill rushed for 143 yards and two touchdowns for LSU (7-2), which led 20-16 at halftime before outscoring the Paladins (3-5) 28-0 in the second half. Hill’s first touchdown went for 55 yards and he finished with an average of 10.2 yards on 14 carries. Beckham’s TDs went for 63 and 37 yards, he also had a 53-yard catch and run to set up Hill’s 4-yard score in the first half. Magee

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Clemson kicker Chandler Catanzaro (39) high-fives teammate Corbin Jenkins after kicking a field goal in the second half of Saturday’s 40-27 victory over Maryland in College Park, Md.

Tigers finally get offense to click BY MANDRALLIUS ROBINSON Greenville News COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Clemson senior kicker Chandler Catanzaro drilled four field goals Saturday at Maryland. Each of those kicks covered at least 24 yards. Offensive coordinator Chad Morris would have preferred each of them to be 20-yarders - as in extra points. Yet, Clemson needed a while to drive past its redzone road block. Clemson steered inside the Maryland 20-yard line on each of its first five possessions. However, Clemson capped only one of those red-zone drives with a touchdown. Through its first four possessions, Clemson’s offense took 13 snaps inside the red zone. The Tigers averaged a loss of 1.2 yards per play on those downs. Clemson netted a loss of eight yards through its first nine rushes in the red zone. Quarterback Tajh Boyd missed on the two passes he attempted. He also was flagged for an 11-yard intentional grounding penalty. “To drive the length of the field and not get anything but a field goal off of it,” Morris said, “three

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First Quarter Clem — FG Catanzaro 31, 10:27. Md — L.Jacobs 71 pass from Rowe (Craddock kick), 8:59. Clem — FG Catanzaro 29, 3:37. Second Quarter Clem — FG Catanzaro 25, 9:50. Clem — Leggett 5 pass from Boyd (Catanzaro kick), :09. Third Quarter Md — FG Craddock 41, 12:07. Md — FG Craddock 41, 11:05. Clem — FG Catanzaro 24, 6:42. Fourth Quarter Clem — Boyd 5 run (Catanzaro kick), 13:04. Clem — McDowell 3 run (Catanzaro kick), 7:57. Md — Etta 5 pass from Rowe (Craddock kick), 5:58. Clem — McDowell 45 run (Catanzaro kick), 5:03. Md — King 14 pass from Rowe (Craddock kick), :09. A_48,134 First downs Rushes-yards Passing Comp-Att-Int Return Yards Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING — Clemson, McDowell 30-161, Brooks 7-36, Boyd 13-35, Howard 4-13, Stoudt 2-3, Team 1-(minus 1). Maryland, Reid 15-70, Rowe 6-23, Veii 1-0, Young 2-0, L.Jacobs 1-(minus 11). PASSING — Clemson, Boyd 28-41-1-304. Maryland, Rowe 19-45-2-282. RECEIVING — Clemson, S.Watkins 14-163, Humphries 5-37, Bryant 4-88, McDowell 4-11, Leggett 1-5. Maryland, L.Jacobs 8-158, King 5-76, Etta 3-26, Reid 1-11, Veii 1-6, Culmer 1-5.

times, four times - however many times it was it was too many.” Shifting to the two-minute offense appeared to give Clemson more traction near the goal line.

CLEMSON from Page B1 like to be 7-1 right now. We’re a good football team, and if we can finish this thing the right way, we have a chance to be a great football team.’’ Against Florida State, Boyd threw for 156 yards and two interceptions. He rebounded to go 28 for 41 for 304 yards with one interception against the Terrapins (5-3, 1-3). “He didn’t make many mistakes tonight,’’ Swinney said. “He played a really, really good football game.’’ Especially in the fourth quarter, when Clemson turned a 19-13 advantage into a 20-point cushion. “That’s what we pride ourselves on,’’ Boyd said. “We’re a physical team, a tough team. We come back and respond from adversity. That’s what we do.’’ The Tigers needed four field goals from Chandler Catanzaro to take a slim lead into the fourth quarter. After that, however, Maryland’s defense finally caved. Boyd scored on a 5-yard run and McDowell ran it in from the 3 to make it 33-13 with 7:57 remaining, and a 45-yard touchdown run by McDowell gave Clemson a 40-20 lead with 5:03 to go. It was the seventh straight road win for the Tigers, their longest streak since a nine-game run in 1978-79. “If you’re going to be a great program, you’ve got to win consistently on the road,’’ Swinney said. “I’m just really proud of our guys for coming up here and taking care of business.’’ Maryland played without several key injured starters, including quarterback C.J. Brown, running back Brandon Ross, wide receivers Stefon Diggs and Deon Long, and tight end Dave Stinebaugh. Caleb Rowe went 19 for 45 for yards and three touchdowns, and Levern Jacobs had eight catches for 158 yards. But the Terrapins went 48 minutes between their first and second touchdowns and committed four turnovers. “I feel like I did OK,’’ Rowe said. “Of course, I left plays out on the field, everyone did. But it just wasn’t good enough in the end.’’ For three quarters, Maryland did a good job of

Clemson closed its final possession of the first half with a touchdown. The Tigers sped 39 yards to the Maryland 19 in merely four plays. Clemson covered the final 19 yards in three downs. Boyd dropped a quick four-yard pass to Adam Humphries. Then, Clemson drew a defensive holding penalty that advanced the ball to the five. On the ensuing play, Boyd delivered a fade to freshman tight end Jordan Leggett in the back corner of the end zone. After sputtering through those first four drives, Clemson settled for a field goal on only one of its final four red-zone trips. Clemson drove into the red zone three times in the second half. The Tigers rushed on nine of its 10 snaps during those trips and averaged 2.9 yards per carry Clemson survived its early red-zone sputters Saturday — and its three turnovers — primarily because Maryland’s depleted offense could not threaten Clemson’s defense. Five of Maryland’s offensive starters sat out with injuries. Forced to scrape deep into its depth chart, Maryland managed to drive past the Clemson 20 on only three of its 17 possessions.

USC from Page B1 Fry then kicked a 40-yard field goal after USC’s offense stalled in its second overtime. However, Missouri’s Andrew Baggett missed a 24-yard attempt off the left goal post to give USC the victory and keep its hopes of winning the Southeastern Conference’s Eastern Division alive. South Carolina, which improved to 6-2 overall and 4-2 in the SEC moved to within one game of the Tigers, who suffered their first loss of the season and is 7-1 and 3-1. USC has home SEC games remaining against Mississippi State and Florida, while Mizzou has home games left against Tennessee and Texas A&M and road games against Kentucky and Mississippi.. South Carolina scored 17 points in the fourth quarter to force the game into overtime. USC finally got on the scoreboard when Shaw came on in place of Dylan Thompson. After not being able to do

stopping Clemson in the red zone. In the fourth quarter, the Tigers converted their scoring opportunities into touchdowns. Trailing 16-7 at halftime, Maryland converted fumbles by Watkins and McDowell into field goals to close to 16-13 with four minutes elapsed in the third quarter. Swinney said that might have been the turning point. “Hats off to our defense,’’ he said. “When you put the ball down twice inside your own 20 and they only come away with six points, our defense responded.’’ Boyd answered with a 68-yard drive before Catanzaro connected on a 24-yarder. Despite making only three first downs in the third quarter, Maryland remained within striking distance until running back Albert Reid lost a fumble at the Maryland 31 and Clemson’s Spencer Shuey took it to the 22. Four plays later, Boyd scored to make 26-13 with 13:04 left. That gave Boyd 112 touchdowns via run or pass, tied with Phillip Rivers for most in ACC history. Watkins had 10 catches for 127 yards by halftime, and Clemson ran more than twice as many offensive plays as the Terrapins in building a nine-point

COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCORES STATE Today (20) South Carolina 27, (5) Missouri 24 (9) Clemson 40, Maryland 27 (13) LSU 48, Furman 16 Samford 34, Wofford 27 Chattanooga 28, Citadel 24 Charleston Southern 36, Charlotte 14 Presbyterian 49, High Point 19 Coastal Carolina 66, VMI 27 Bethune-Cookman 14, South Carolina State 3 Newberry 24, UNC Pembroke 21 Carson Newman 47, North Greenville 26 Benedict 29, Morehouse 26 ACC Today (3) Florida State 49, N.C. State 17 (7) Miami 24, Wake Forest 21 Duke 13, (16) Virginia Tech 10 North Carolina 34, Boston College 10 Georgia Tech 35, Virginia 25 Navy 24, Pittsburgh 21 SEC Today (1) Alabama 45, Tennessee 10 (11) Auburn 45, Florida Atlantic 10 (14) Texas A&M 56, Vanderbilt 24 Mississippi 59, Idaho 14 TOP 25 Today (2) Oregon 42, (12) UCLA 14 (4) Ohio State vs. Penn State, late (6) Baylor 59, Kansas 14 (8) Stanford at Oregon State, late (17) Oklahoma 38, (10) Texas Tech 30 (15) Fresno State at San Diego State, late (18) Louisville 34, South Florida 3 (19) Oklahoma State 58, Iowa State 27 (21) Central Florida 62, Connecticut 17 (23) Northern Illinois 59, Eastern Michigan 20 Minnesota 34, (25) Nebraska 23

finished with 108 yards on only seven carries, a whopping average of 15.4 yards per carry.

anything on his first drive, Shaw led the Gamecocks on a 13-play, 65-yard scoring drive. Shaw threw a 6-yard touchdown pass to Ellington and Fry’s extra point made it 17-7 with 12:13 remaining in the game. USC then went on an 11play, 69-yard drive that stalled at the Mizzou 2-yard line. Fry came in to kick a 20-yard field goal to make it 17-10 with 5:03 left in the contest. The Gamecock defense held the Tigers on the ensuing possession and took over at the Carolina 37. USC went 63 yards in eight plays with Shaw throwing a 2-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Nick Jones with 42 seconds left. Fry’s extra point tied the game and Missouri chose to send the game into overtime. Shaw finished the night completing 20 of 29 passes for 201 yards and three touchdowns. Thompson was 15 for 27 for 222 yards although he didn’t throw a touchdown pass.

cushion at intermission. Down 3-0, the Terrapins got a big play from Jacobs in his first start of the year. Jacobs grabbed a short pass over the middle and sprinted into the end zone for a 71-yard touchdown. Denied after getting a first down at the Maryland 2, the Tigers settled for a field goal to make it 7-6. Then, after Jayron Kearse picked off a Rowe pass in the end zone, Clemson put together a 13-play march that ended with another field goal. The Tigers finally got their first touchdown with nine seconds left in the half. After a 30-yard completion to Watkins, Boyd threw a 5-yard scoring pass to Jordan Leggett.

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Temperatures began to drop on Saturday as fans waited for the start of Game 3 of the World Series at Busch Stadium in St. Louis.

Temperatures drop for Game 3 BY R.B. FALLSTROM The Associated Press ST. LOUIS — Weather nice enough for shirt sleeves and shorts earlier in the day was a bit of a tease before Game 3, although a cold wave wasn’t expected to really hit until well after the final out. It was 63 degrees when the Red Sox took batting practice and 58 at game time, with temperatures expected to plummet perhaps into the 30s. Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak wasn’t worried. “It’s a beautiful night and I imagine it will have absolutely zero impact,’’ Mozeliak said. Of course, it was a lot more comfortable in the GM’s box. But players weren’t concerned, either, and most on both sides were still in short sleeves in the third inning. “Obviously, it’s going to get a little cold,’’ Cardinals third baseman David Freese said. “But your adrenaline is

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pumping so you’re not going to feel it the same way. You’re so excited.’’ The Cardinals appeared unaffected by a big temperature swing in the NLCS, also at home. It was 75 degrees when rookie Michael Wacha outdueled Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw in Game 2, and 52 degrees for the first pitch of the WachaKershaw rematch in St. Louis’ clinching Game 6 blowout.

praise the opposition. The day before Game 3, Ortiz said the Cardinals’ Carlos Beltran was “one of the greatest outfielders I’ve ever seen.’’ He said it was “ridiculous’’ how good St. Louis’ young pitchers have been. “Look at Wacha, that kid’s a stud,’’ Ortiz said. “The young age, this stage, you don’t see no 22-yearold performing like that.’’

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Beltran’s sacrifice bunt in the first inning was his first in 48 career postseason games. He has just two the last five regular seasons, one this year and one in 2012.

Red Sox bench coach Torey Luvullo is ready to listen if old boss Theo Epstein calls about the Chicago Cubs’ manager job. There have been reports that the Cubs have interest, but Lovullo said before Game 3 that he hadn’t been contacted by any team about a managerial opening. Anyway, he’s focus on helping the Red Sox win the World Series. ORTIZ ADMIRATION

Red Sox slugger David Ortiz doesn’t hesitate to

WORLD SERIES from Page B1 21-year-old rookie began the comeback and scored Boston’s first run on pinch-hitter Mike Carp’s RBI grounder. Kelly, 0-1 in three postseason starts and seven relief appearances, retired his first nine batters and allowed two hits and three walks in 5 1-3 innings with six strikeouts. He made a nifty play in the first, jumping to barehand Shane Victorino’s comebacker and then making an easy throw to first. Peavy allowed two runs and six hits in four innings, escaping a bases-loaded, noouts jam in the fourth. Felix Doubront relieved after Carp hit for Peavy. Peavy immediately got into trouble in a 21-pitch first inning. Matt Carpenter singled to right and, with the infield shifted to the right side, Carlos Beltran bunted on a 3-1 pitch, but

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Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina routinely wears out a couple gloves this season. There’s been no additional wear and tear this year despite all of those strong, young arms. Team equipment manager Rip Rowan said Molina is on glove No. 2.

not hard enough. Peavy raced to the third base line and threw to first for the out — giving Beltran his first-ever postseason sacrifice. Holliday lined a single to right, Matt Adams singled on his second pitch and Molina singled sharply to left as fans waved their white rally towels. That prompted a trip to the mound by pitching coach Juan Nieves, and Felix Doubront started to warm up, but Peavy recovered to retire David Freese on a hard liner to right and Jon Jay on a groundout. In a Series full of fielding foibles, there was another in the third. Jacoby Ellsbury dropped Holliday’s fly to short center for an error, but second baseman Dustin Pedroia picked up the ball and threw to first, where Holliday had made a wide turn. St. Louis loaded the bases with no outs in the fourth on singles by Molina and Jay around a walk to Freese. With Brandon Workman warming up, Peavy moved from the stretch back to a windup. He froze Pete Kozma with a slider for a called third strike, then retired Kelly and Carpenter on popups.

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Stroud, Moore share CIMB Classic lead KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Chris Stroud and Ryan Moore overcame mistakes and bogeys on the back nine Saturday for a share of the lead after the third round of the CIMB Classic. STROUD Stroud started the day five strokes back but surged into contention after five birdMOORE ies on the front nine — including four in a row — before hitting into the water on the 12th hole and carding two bogeys for a 4-under 68.

Moore (69) opened up a 3-shot lead on the back nine only to bogey four of five holes to give it right back. Both were on 12under 204, one stroke ahead of their nearest rivals. Gary Woodland (67) and Kiradech Aphibarnrat (69) were a stroke back. PETTERSEN UP 4 IN TAIWAN

YANGMEI, Taiwan — Defending champion Suzann Pettersen struggled with three early bogeys but recovered for a 1-over 73 to maintain a 4-shot lead in the LPGA Taiwan Championship. The Norwegian dropped three shots over the first five holes but had three birdies and just one more

bogey the rest of the way to finish three rounds at 6-under 210. Azahara Munoz (69), Sun Young Yoo (72) and Carlota Ciganda (72) were tied for second at Sunrise Golf and Country Club. PERRY IN 5-WAY TIE IN SAN ANTONIO

SAN ANTONIO — Kenny Perry bogeyed the final hole Saturday to drop into a 5-way tie for the lead in the Champions Tour’s AT&T Championship. The Charles Schwab Cup points leader followed his opening 65 with a 71 to match Mike Goodes, Bernhard Langer, Colin Montgomerie and Anders Forsbrand at 8 under. From wire reports

TODAY 5 a.m. -- Formula One Racing: Indian Grand Prix from Greater Noida, India (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 6 a.m. -- Professional Golf: European PGA Tour BMW Masters Final Round from Shanghai (GOLF). 9:25 a.m. -- International Soccer: English Premier League Match from Sunderland, England -- Newcastle vs. Sunderland (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 11:55 a.m. -- International Soccer: English Premier League Match from London -- Manchester City vs. Chelsea (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). Noon -- LPGA Golf: Sunrise LPGA Taiwan Championship Final Round from Taoyuan, Taiwan (GOLF). 1 p.m. -- NFL Football: Miami at New England (WLTX 19). 1 p.m. -- NFL Football: Dallas at Detroit (WACH 57). 1 p.m. -- Women’s College Soccer: Louisville at Connecticut (ESPNU). 1 p.m. -- Women’s College Soccer: Pittsburgh at Duke (FOX SPORTSOUTH). 1 p.m. -- Professional Basketball: Euroleague Game from Istanbul -- Galatasaray vs. Olympiacos (NBA TV). 1:30 p.m. -- Major League Soccer: Houston at D.C. (WIS 10). 1:30 p.m. -- NASCAR Racing: Sprint Cup Series Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500 from Martinsville, Va. (ESPN, WEGX-FM 92.9). 2 p.m. -- Women’s College Soccer: Alabama at Mississippi (SPORTSOUTH). 2:30 p.m. -- Formula One Racing: Indian Grand Prix from Greater Noida, India (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 3 p.m. -- Women’s College Soccer: Texas A&M at Florida (ESPNU). 3:30 p.m. -- Senior PGA Golf: Champions Tour AT&T Championship Final Round from San Antonio (GOLF). 4 p.m. -- Figure Skating: ISU Grand Prix from St. John, New Brunswick -- Skate Canada (WIS 10). 4:25 p.m. -- NFL Football: Washington at Denver (WACH 57). 5 p.m. -- Women’s Professional Tennis: WTA Championships Final Match from Istanbul (ESPN2). 8 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: World Series Game Four -- Boston at St. Louis (WACH 57). 8:20 p.m. -- NFL Football: Green Bay at Minnesota (WIS 10). 9 p.m. -- Major League Soccer: Los Angeles at Seattle (ESPN). MONDAY 6:05 p.m. -- Talk Show: Sports Talk (WPUB-FM 102.7, WDXY-FM 105.9, WDXY-AM 1240). 7 p.m. -- NHL Hockey: Pittsburgh at Carolina (FOX SPORTSOUTH). 7:30 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: World Series Game Five -- Boston at St. Louis (WACH 57). 7:30 p.m. -- NHL Hockey: Montreal at New York Rangers (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 8:25 p.m. -- NFL Football: Seattle at St. Louis (ESPN). 10 p.m. -- Professional Boxing: Manuel Avila vs. Jose Angel Cota in a Featherweight Bout and Paul Mendez vs. Louis Rose in a Middleweight Bout from Redwood City, Calif. (FOX SPORTS 1).

NBA PRESEASON By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct GB Toronto 6 1 .857 – Brooklyn 5 2 .714 1 New York 2 5 .286 4 Boston 2 6 .250 41/2 Philadelphia 1 5 .167 41/2 Southeast Division W L Pct GB Miami 5 3 .625 – Charlotte 5 3 .625 – Washington 2 5 .286 21/2 Orlando 2 6 .250 3 Atlanta 1 6 .143 31/2 Central Division W L Pct GB Chicago 8 0 1.000 – Cleveland 4 4 .500 4 Detroit 3 4 .429 41/2 Indiana 3 5 .375 5 Milwaukee 1 5 .167 6 WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division W L Pct GB New Orleans 7 1 .875 – Houston 6 1 .857 1/2 Dallas 4 4 .500 3 Memphis 3 4 .429 31/2 San Antonio 2 4 .333 4 Northwest Division W L Pct GB Portland 5 2 .714 – Minnesota 4 2 .667 1/2 Oklahoma City 3 3 .500 11/2 Denver 2 5 .286 3 Utah 1 7 .125 41/2 Pacific Division W L Pct GB Sacramento 5 2 .714 – Phoenix 4 2 .667 1/2 L.A. Clippers 5 3 .625 1/2 L.A. Lakers 4 4 .500 11/2 Golden State 3 4 .429 2 Thursday’s Games Charlotte 105, Cleveland 92 Detroit 99, Minnesota 98 Houston 109, San Antonio 92 Portland 90, Golden State 74 Friday’s Games New Orleans 101, Orlando 82 Charlotte 85, New York 83 Brooklyn 108, Miami 87 Chicago 94, Denver 89 Houston 92, Memphis 73 Indiana 98, Dallas 77 Toronto at Milwaukee, Cancelled L.A. Lakers 111, Utah 106 Sacramento 110, L.A. Clippers 100 REGULAR SEASON Tuesday’s Games Orlando at Indiana, 7 p.m. Chicago at Miami, 8 p.m. L.A. Clippers at L.A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m. Wednesday’s Games Brooklyn at Cleveland, 7 p.m. Miami at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Boston at Toronto, 7 p.m. Washington at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Milwaukee at New York, 7:30 p.m. Charlotte at Houston, 8 p.m. Orlando at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Indiana at New Orleans, 8 p.m. Atlanta at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Memphis at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. Oklahoma City at Utah, 9 p.m. Portland at Phoenix, 10 p.m. Denver at Sacramento, 10 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.

Boston Toronto Detroit

9 6 3 0 12 32 26 10 6 4 0 12 33 20 10 4 4 2 10 28 27 11 3 7 1 7 23 38 12 2 9 1 5 18 34 Metropolitan Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Pittsburgh 10 7 3 0 14 34 24 N.Y. Islanders 10 4 3 3 11 33 31 Carolina 11 4 4 3 11 25 33 Columbus 10 5 5 0 10 28 25 Washington 10 5 5 0 10 30 30 New Jersey 10 1 5 4 6 20 33 N.Y. Rangers 8 2 6 0 4 12 31 Philadelphia 9 2 7 0 4 13 25 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Colorado 10 9 1 0 18 32 14 Chicago 10 6 1 3 15 31 27 Nashville 11 6 4 1 13 22 26 Minnesota 11 5 3 3 13 24 23 St. Louis 8 5 1 2 12 29 22 Winnipeg 11 4 5 2 10 28 33 Dallas 9 4 5 0 8 25 29 Pacific Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA San Jose 10 8 1 1 17 41 18 Vancouver 13 8 4 1 17 38 37 Anaheim 11 8 3 0 16 35 28 Phoenix 12 7 3 2 16 40 39 Los Angeles 11 7 4 0 14 33 29 Calgary 10 4 4 2 10 29 37 Edmonton 12 3 8 1 7 35 48 NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss. Friday’s Games N.Y. Islanders 4, Pittsburgh 3 Columbus 5, Toronto 2 Anaheim 2, Ottawa 1 Buffalo 3, Florida 1 Vancouver 3, St. Louis 2, OT Colorado 4, Carolina 2 Saturday’s Games Phoenix 5, Edmonton 4 New Jersey at Boston, 7 p.m. Pittsburgh at Toronto, 7 p.m. San Jose at Montreal, 7 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Detroit, 7 p.m. Buffalo at Tampa Bay, 7 p.m. Philadelphia at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m. Winnipeg at Dallas, 7 p.m. Minnesota at Chicago, 8 p.m. St. Louis at Nashville, 8 p.m. Washington at Calgary, 10 p.m. Today’s Games San Jose at Ottawa, 5 p.m. Tampa Bay at Florida, 5 p.m. Anaheim at Columbus, 6 p.m. Winnipeg at Colorado, 8 p.m. Edmonton at Los Angeles, 9 p.m. Monday’s Games Dallas at Buffalo, 7 p.m. Pittsburgh at Carolina, 7 p.m. Montreal at N.Y. Rangers, 7:30 p.m. Chicago at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Washington at Vancouver, 10 p.m.

GOLF

NHL STANDINGS By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GP W L OT Pts 9 7 2 0 14 11 7 4 0 14 11 6 4 1 13

Tampa Bay Montreal Ottawa Florida Buffalo

GF 27 36 25

GA 13 29 30

CIMB Classic Par Scores The Associated Press Saturday At Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club, West Course Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Purse: $7 million Yardage: 6,924; Par: 72 Third Round Chris Stroud 67-69-68—204 -12 Ryan Moore 63-72-69—204 -12 Gary Woodland 68-70-67—205 -11 Kiradech Aphibarnrat 67-69-69—205 -11 Jerry Kelly 71-69-66—206 -10 Graham DeLaet 72-67-68—207 -9 Stewart Cink 70-68-69—207 -9 Keegan Bradley 65-66-76—207 -9 Kyle Stanley 73-67-68—208 -8 Sergio Garcia 66-71-71—208 -8 Jimmy Walker 74-68-67—209 -7 Bryce Molder 73-69-67—209 -7 Phil Mickelson 71-70-68—209 -7 Taiwan Championship Par Scores The Associated Press Saturday At Sunrise Golf and Country Club Course Yang Mei, Taiwan Purse: $2 million Yardage: 6,533; Par: 72 Third Round Suzann Pettersen 68-69-73—210 -6 Azahara Munoz 73-72-69—214 -2 Carlota Ciganda 72-70-72—214 -2 Sun Young Yoo 73-69-72—214 -2 Caroline Hedwall 71-73-72—216 E Beatriz Recari 72-71-73—216 E Eun-Hee Ji 72-76-69—217 +1 Se Ri Pak 76-72-69—217 +1 Jenny Shin 74-74-69—217 +1 Na Yeon Choi 74-72-71—217 +1 AT&T Championship Par Scores The Associated Press Saturday At TPC San Antonio, AT&T Canyons Course San Antonio Purse: $1.9 million Yardage: 6,923; Par 72 Second Round Mike Goodes 73-63—136 -8 Colin Montgomerie 68-68—136 -8 Bernhard Langer 67-69—136 -8 Kenny Perry 65-71—136 -8 Anders Forsbrand 67-69—136 -8 Kirk Triplett 70-67—137 -7

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Registration is being taken for the 31st Annual Turkey Trot 5K and Gobbler Dash to be held on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28. The fee is $20 for a runner who registers by Nov. 25 and $10 for each additional family member. Late registration (Nov. 26-28) is $30 per individual and $15 for additional family members. The race is free for children ages 4-9. There will be prizes for all participants and awards to the overall top three finishers. Tshirts are only guaranteed for

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the first 300 early registrants. Check-in will be at 8 a.m. with the races starting at 9. There will be special prizes and awards for the craziest hat, ugliest shots, most decorative water bottle, oldest and youngest finishers, first dog and first stroller across the finish line, the person that traveled the farthest and the Stan DuBose Award for the oldest finisher. To register online, go to www.ymcasumter.org. For more information, call (803) 774-1404 or go to www.facebook.com/SumterYmca.


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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2013

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Kenseth chases Johnson, history at Martinsville BY HANK KURZ JR. The Associated Press MARTINSVILLE, Va. — Matt Kenseth will be right behind Jimmie Johnson when the green flag drops at Martinsville Speedway today. Johnson, the only man in front of him in the Sprint Cup championship points race, is starting second and Kenseth fourth. Kenseth would love to be that close at the finish, too. Johnson has found success at the tricky 0.526-mile track shaped like a paper clip, while Kenseth has been frustrated here throughout his career. Johnson, whose lead is four points, has eight wins at Martinsville in 23 starts. Kenseth? No wins in 27 starts, and his best finish — second — came back in 2002. But if there’s hope for the 2003 series champion, it came in the spring when Kenseth passed Johnson for the lead at one point and led for 96 laps, more than the rest of his career here combined. He wound up 14th while Johnson won, but the early burst gave Kenseth a reason for optimism. “This spring, at least the first half of the race, we were really good and really competitive and (it) really, really helped me be better because we had the car good,’’ he said.

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“I don’t know. Some tracks feel natural to you and comes real easy, fits your style and other ones are just a lot more work. “This one has just been, in general, a lot more work for me than other tracks.’’ Johnson has no such problem, at Martinsville or seemingly anywhere, in Kenseth’s eyes. “People always say, ‘Man, it’s a great track for Jimmie,’ he said. “Is there a bad one?’’

Johnson laughed when told Kenseth said “you can almost pencil the 48 in’’ at Martinsville. Johnson said he only needs to look at the starting lineup to realize he’s got plenty of competition. Kenseth also will have something of an advantage at the start, with three teammates surrounding Johnson. Denny Hamlin is on the pole to Johnson’s inside, with Kyle Busch and Kenseth behind him.

9. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 98.79. 10. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevy, 98.774. 11. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 98.748. 12. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevy, 98.712. 13. (42) Juan Montoya, Chevrolet, 98.702. 14. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 98.656. 15. (56) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, 98.553. 16. (9) Marcos Ambrose, Ford, 98.553. 17. (39) Ryan Newman, Chevy, 98.527. 18. (41) Aric Almirola, Ford, 98.41. 19. (78) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 98.4. 20. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 98.394. 21. (14) Mark Martin, Chevrolet, 98.379.

VOLLEYBALL from Page B1 he expects a lot from setter Jesse Beasley while Ladiamond Shaw and Taylor Cussac each have set good examples with their leadership. Scott’s Branch finished third in Region VII and will travel to Latta for a 6 p.m. contest on Monday. The Lady Vikings finished as runner-up in Region VIII. Two years removed from postseason play, Sumter High is back in the playoffs and will travel to Lexington on Tuesday to face White Knoll beginning at 6:30 p.m. SHS finished tied for second in Region VI with a 5-3 mark, but got the No. 3 seed from the region in the playoffs based on a tiebreaker. Sumter is 15-6 overall. Sumter and White Knoll haven’t faced each other this season. Lady Gamecocks head coach Warren Coker feels the match could go to either team. “They don’t know what to expect from us, and we don’t know a whole lot about them so it’s going to be two teams trying to figure each other out the first game,” he explained. “Then hopefully if you take that first game you can take that momentum for the second and third.” The Lady Timberwolves are 19-8 and winners of their final four matches. WK finished tied for second in Re-

BOXLEITNER from Page B1 this summer with his younger brother and with his cousin, Raysean Golden, a Sumter High School graduate and Southern Illinois University defensive lineman. He ran two miles three days a week and regularly did blocking drills. The 6-foot-2-inch Wright said he lost 25 pounds, entering camp at 295. “He’s playing very well,” Paine defensive line coach Charles Prescott said. “He’s a run stopper. He’s one of

22. (31) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 98.328. 23. (27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 98.129. 24. (40) Landon Cassill, Chevy, 98.053. 25. (5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 98.048. 26. (51) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 97.972. 27. (38) David Gilliland, Ford, 97.855. 28. (13) Casey Mears, Ford, 97.83. 29. (7) Dave Blaney, Chevrolet, 97.78. 30. (30) Cole Whitt, Toyota, 97.78. 31. (35) Josh Wise, Ford, 97.674. 32. (93) Travis Kvapil, Toyota, 97.618. 33. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 97.568. 34. (47) Bobby Labonte, Toyota, 97.498.

35. (55) Elliott Sadler, Toyota, 97.473. 36. (98) Michael McDowell, Ford, 97.448. 37. (36) J.J. Yeley, Chevy, Owner Points. 38. (32) Ken Schrader, Ford, Owner Points. 39. (33) Tony Raines, Chevy, Owner Points. 40. (87) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, Owner Points. 41. (10) Danica Patrick, Chevy, Owner Points. 42. (95) Reed Sorenson, Ford, Owner Points. 43. (83) David Reutimann, Toyota, Owner Points.

COLUMBIA — Thomas Sumter Academy finished sixth out of nine teams in the SCISA 2A state meet on Saturday. Jacob Crotts led the Generals with a 12th-place finish. Josh McCoy was 34th, Tucker Chapman 35th, Josh Fugate 39th and Zach Fugate 45th. VARSITY GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY WILSON HALL FINISHES FIFTH

COLUMBIA — Julia Ladson earned all-state honors for the third straight year to lead Wilson Hall to a fifth-place finish in the SCISA 3A state meet on Saturday. Ladson finished ninth overall in a time of 19 minutes, 53 seconds. Anna Lyles was 16th (20:52), Amanda Dotseth was 45th (22:30), Nicollette Fisher was 49th (22:52) and Lauren Yarbrough was 52nd (22:56). TSA FINISHES SIXTH

COLUMBIA — Thomas Sumter Academy finished sixth out of eight teams in the SCISA 2A state meet on Saturday.

PREP SCHEDULE MONDAY Varsity Volleyball Scott’s Branch at Latta, 6 p.m. TUESDAY Varsity Girls Tennis Aiken at Sumter, 5 p.m. Manning at Gilbert, 3 p.m. Varsity Volleyball Sumter at White Knoll, 6:30 p.m. Crestwood at Airport, 6 p.m. WEDNESDAY Middle School Football Furman at Bates, 5 p.m. Hillcrest at Alice Drive, 5 p.m. Varsity Volleyball

Cross or Allendale-Fairfax at East Clarendon, 6 p.m. THURSDAY Junior Varsity Football Sumter at Conway, 7:30 p.m. Crestwood at Lakewood, 6 p.m. Marlboro County at Manning, 6:30 p.m. Lee Central at Timberland, 6:30 p.m. FRIDAY Varsity Football Conway at Sumter, 7:30 p.m. Lakewood at Crestwood, 7:30 p.m. Manning at Marlboro County, 7:30 p.m. Timberland at Lee Central, 7:30 p.m. East Clarendon at Hemingway, 7:30

gion V with a 7-3 record, but won its tiebreaker. “I feel like if our serves are on and we create enough offense, instead of playing defense, we could have a good shot at upsetting them,” the SHS head coach said. The two biggest keys to the match for Sumter could be serving and offense. The Lady Gamecocks have 333 aces. Senior Ashley Fleurant leads the team with 92 aces and 298 assists. Junior Aubrey Rickard has 70 aces and 244 assists. “That will be a strong suit for us and hopefully we’ll score some points there,” Coker explained. “Our hitters are good and find holes on the floor; they don’t always have to bury a ball. They find holes and roll it in for kills, and then other times they just go up and put it away. We’ve got to find ways to create the offense and put the ball away when we have the opportunity.” Sophomore Zuri Smith leads the team with 178 kills and is the only

the best we have.” The coach said Wright’s ability to shed blocks has become more sound, and Wright agreed. “My hands have gotten much better. I’m getting off blocks a lot quicker and finding the ball much better,” he said. “When you use your hands, you are really, really unstoppable.” Wright said he had four tackles in the first game, a 20-13 loss to Georgia Prep Sports Academy. “He’s the total package,” Prescott said. Send updates about area athletes to Barbara Boxleitner at BKLE3@aol. com.

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WH boys finish 4th at state meet

TSA FINISHES SIXTH

GOODY’S HEADACHE RELIEF SHOT 500 LINEUP By The Associated Press After Friday qualifying; race today At Martinsville Speedway, Ridgeway, Va. Lap length: .526 miles (Car number in parentheses) 1. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 99.595. 2. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevy, 99.344. 3. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 99.344. 4. (20) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, 99.183. 5. (15) Clint Bowyer, Toyota, 99.162. 6. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, 99.084. 7. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevy, 99.007. 8. (34) David Ragan, Ford, 98.815.

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COLUMBIA — Trey Davis finished eighth overall to help lead Wilson Hall to a fourth-place finiish in the SCISA 3A cross country state meet on Saturday at Heathwood Hall. Davis finished in a time of 17 minutes, 14 seconds, to earn all-state honors. Drew Reynolds was 15th (18:09), Matthew Taveraz was 16th (18:09), Bryce Lyles wash 34th (19:00), and Layton Creech was 39th (19:14).

Matt Kenseth, left, will try to not only surpass Jimmie Johnson for the Chase lead today, but also grab his first ever win at Martinsville Speedway.

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p.m. Scott’s Branch at C.E. Murray, 7:30 p.m. Laurence Manning at Wilson Hall, 7:30 p.m. Thomas Sumter at Robert E. Lee, 7:30 p.m. Clarendon Hall at Andrew Jackson Academy, 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY Varsity Cross Country Sumter in 4A State Qualifier Meet (at Clemson Extension in Columbia), TBA Varsity Equestrian Wilson Hall at Hammond (at Emerald Leaf), TBA

player in triple digits. Sophomore Christian Hithe is next with 83 kills followed by sophomore Courtney Price at 82. Smith also leads the team in blocks with 61 followed by Hithe with 54. Junior Holly Richardson leads the team with 180 digs and has 51 aces while Hannah Bettencourt has 120 digs. In the 3A playoffs, Crestwood will travel to West Columbia to face Airport

Tabitha Scruggs finished 25th to lead the Lady Generals. Anne Marie Kildron was 32nd, Atlanta Haynes 38th, Julie Coffey was 40th and Adrian Hill was 49th. VARSITY FOOTBALL CLARENDON HALL FAITH CHRISTIAN

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SUMMERVILLE — Clarendon Hall scored 36 points in the second quarter on the way to a 62-6 victory over Faith Christian on Friday at the Faith Christian field. The Saints, who improved to 6-3 on the season, rushed for 352 yards. Tilton McCrea rushed for 133 yards and a touchdown. Gavin Allan rushed for 85 yards and two TDs while Dustin Way ran for 41 yards, two scores and a 2-point conversion. Daniel Pappas ran for a TD and Cody Armstrong rushed for 65 yards. Way also completed 5 of 8 passes for 89 yards and two touchdowns and threw for a 2-point conversion. Wes Keller had 18 yards receiving and a TD, and McCrea had 62 yards receiving and a TD. The CH defense forced five turnovers. The Saints were led by Trey Thomas with 11 tackles, including seven tackles for loss, and Matthew Corbett with 10 tackles. Allan recovered two fumbles, returning one 75 yards for a score. McCrea had an interception. Corbett and William Fleming also had fumble recoveries. Gary Ellenbark had a sack and caused a fumble.

beginning at 6 p.m. Airport won Region V, while the Lady Knights finished fourth in Region VI with a 2-6 record. First-year Crestwood head coach Janet Adams-Laine said it’s been a rough season trying to put things together. The team, which is 2-8 overall, has four returnees from last year’s squad, but only one with varsity experience. This will be the sixth straight playoff appearance for Crestwood. Adams-Laine said the Achilles heel of the team at times has been communication and not finishing out plays. Crestwood will rely on the serving of Johnia Parker and captain Rebecca Burroughs along with senior Eva Abbott and Tori Raymond. “We need to receive the ball well off the serve,” the Knights head coach said of what it will take to upset Airport. “They have good blockers at the net and we need to be smart on the third hit.”

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2013

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Denver quarterback Peyton Manning, right, will face friend and former Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan, left, today as Washington travels to the Mile High city.

Manning, Shanahan face off in Denver two Super Bowl trophies to Denver. Shanahan said he expects a warm reception with no boos because, after all, “I don’t think I did anything wrong to get booed. I didn’t leave. They fired me.’’

BY EDDIE PELLS The Associated Press DENVER — Peyton Manning and Mike Shanahan worked for a week together at the Pro Bowl in 2006, talking football and getting ready for an exhibition very few actually look forward to playing in or coaching. A meaningless game. But hardly a meaningless encounter. In many ways, the week they spent together in Honolulu was the first in a chain of events that led to the end of Shanahan’s stay and Manning’s eventual arrival in Denver. They’ll meet again today when Shanahan brings the Washington Redskins (2-4) to Denver (6-1) to face the franchise he led to two Super Bowl victories in the late 1990s. When Manning was choosing a team during his 2012 free agency, he met with Shanahan and considered the Redskins. But that would’ve put him in the same division with his brother, Eli. The discussion was rendered pointless when Washington traded for the second spot in the draft knowing Robert Griffin III or Andrew Luck would be available. The Redskins took Griffin.

ANY DEFENSE?

WHO: Washington (2-4) at Denver (6-1) WHEN: Today, 4:25 p.m. WHERE: Sports Authority Field, Denver TV: WACH 57 The Broncos signed Manning. Here are five things to watch when the Broncos host the Redskins in Shanahan’s return to Denver: PEYTON’S ANKLE

Manning took a beating last week in Denver’s first loss of the season, 39-33 to the Colts. As a result, he missed his first regular-season practice as a Bronco, sitting out Wednesday’s session with a tweaked ankle. As is the case with all things Manning, there has been a lot of conjecture about when, exactly, he got hurt and how much it affected him. MASTERMIND’S RECEPTION

The Broncos are planning a short video tribute for Shanahan when he runs onto the field with the Redskins, fitting for the man who won 146 games and brought

The teams combined to give up 80 points last week. Washington overcame that in a 45-41 win over Chicago. Denver didn’t in its loss to Indy. The Broncos’ defense is ranked 30th, and 32nd in yards passing allowed. The Redskins’ defense is ranked 25th. RG3’S FORM

Griffin finished with 298 yards passing and two touchdowns last week and led the Redskins on a winning 80-yard touchdown drive in the final minutes. Or, to put it more simply, he looked as good as he had since last year before his knee injury in the playoffs. DENVER’S O-LINE

Was it one bad week or the sign of something more serious? Denver’s re-juggled offensive line allowed Manning to get hit 10 times last week. With right tackle Orlando Franklin starting the week unable to practice, along with the new right guard, Chris Kuper, it looked as though Denver would have to mix and match again.

Atlanta unsure if RB Jackson will play vs. Arizona BY BOB BAUM The Associated Press GLENDALE, Ariz. — It’s been five seasons since the Atlanta Falcons last came to Arizona. That matchup carried a bit more weight than the one between the two struggling teams today. On Jan. 3, 2009, the Cardinals held on for a 30-24 wild-card victory to begin a stunning run to the Super Bowl. This year, the teams are trying simply to stay afloat in the midseason standings. The disappointing Falcons (2-4) have lost both road games, but they are coming off a 31-13 victory

at home over Tampa Bay that snapped a 3-game losing streak. The injuryracked team could be bolstered by the return of running back Steven Jackson, missing since Week 2 with a hamstring injury. Arizona (3-4) is coming off losses to San FranJACKSON cisco and Seattle in a five-day span, but hasn’t played since Oct. 17. Here are some things to watch for when the Falcons play the Cardinals:

effective will he be? He wouldn’t have to be that great to improve the struggling Atlanta ground game, although he said that won’t be the motivating factor for him to return. It will all depend on how he and the medical staff view his condition. Less positive was the status of wide receiver Roddy White, the Atlanta career leader in receptions and yards receiving. Without White, it could be another big afternoon for Harry Douglas, who had seven catches for a career-high 149 yards against the Buccaneers.

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If Jackson plays, how

Tight ends have given

the Cardinals fits. San Francisco’s Vernon Davis caught eight throws for 180 yards and two TDs two games ago. Two tight ends caught touchdown passes for Seattle last Thursday. Carolina’s Greg Olson caught five for 79 before the Panthers inexplicably went away from him. When they played the Saints, Jimmy Graham had nine catches for 134 yards. Now comes maybe the best of them all, Tony Gonzalez. The NFL’s No. 2 all-time receiver, Gonzalez has caught 35 for 369 yards and three touchdowns, pushing his career receptions total to 1,277.

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Panthers seize momentum with 3-game winning streak BY STEVE REED The Associated Press CHARLOTTE — The Panthers have a red hot quarterback, a stifling defense and — finally — a winning record following a 3-game win streak. Momentum is on their side. And that’s a good thing for the Panthers (4-3), who are entering a tough stretch of November games against division rival Atlanta, San Francisco, New England and Miami. Critics will contend the Panthers haven’t beaten anyone. Carolina’s four wins have come against teams with a combined 5-22 record. Panthers coach Ron Rivera said by no means has his team arrived but he’s quick to add that “It doesn’t matter what others think because the truth of the matter is how we feel about ourselves — and we feel pretty good about who we are.’’ The Panthers have won four of their last five after starting 0-2.

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Carolina receiver Steve Smith (89) and the rest of the Panthers have seized momentum thanks to a 3-game winning streak.

Quarterback Cam Newton is leading the charge back to what Rivera calls “being relevant,’’ completing 77 percent of his passes over the last three

games for 647 yards with six touchdown passes. He’s run for two other TDs and has not turned the ball over during that stretch. The Panthers are 4-3 — back above .500 for the first time since the 2008 season. “We just have to continue to keep meshing as a team, keep building off and keep getting momentum in these upcoming weeks because we are about to hit the meat of our schedule,’’ Newton said after Carolina’s dominating 31-13 win over Tampa Bay on Thursday night. “We are going to need every single ounce of energy that we will have.’’ Players were not made available to the media on Friday. Rivera said he’s treating this weekend as a pseudo bye week, giving the players three days off before beginning preparations for the Falcons on Monday. Newton’s improved play over the last three weeks has overshadowed the play of the Carolina’s defense, which came into the Tampa Bay allowing the second-fewest points and third fewest yards per game in the NFL.


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Marta Lee, stylist at The Hair Colorist, expertly wields a flat iron. She was actually present for the ribbon cutting in 2003, left after almost two years and returned to the salon about a year ago. PHOTOS BY JADE ANDERSON / THE ITEM

Reyna Rush, manager of Costless of Sumter, checks the shelves in a refrigerator. Normally $1,500, the appliance was on sale for $599. JADE ANDERSON / THE ITEM

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Salon marks 10 years of fixing color crises, keeping Sumterites stylish BY JADE ANDERSON janderson@theitem.com For a decade now, The Hair Colorist has served Sumter’s haircare needs. “I’m very thankful for the business that I have,” said owner Salena Ardis. “I feel very blessed, and I feel very fortunate. I know that it wouldn’t have been possible without the support of the Sumter community and our loyal clients.” As the name implies, the salon focuses on hair color, both desired and corrective. ARDIS “Our motto is, ‘we’re your backup for hair color disaster,’” the 39-year-old said. “I have people call and say, ‘my hair is purple.’ People try to do crazy stuff, and they are trying to save money by doing it themselves.” Fixing such a problem can be an extensive process. “There is no magic wand, no way to lift a color,” Ardis said. “The protocol is to lighten it, and it can take hours with corrective color.” She and her 11 employees do more than just dye jobs, though. They also cut and style hair, offer

Paige Martin, a stylist at The Hair Colorist, works on a customer’s hair recently. She’s been with the Sumter salon for six years and said she’s “very excited” about the 10-year anniversary.

shellac manicures, provide spray tans and sell hair-care products and appliances such as curling and flat irons. “We as a salon try to go to as many advanced hair classes as possible throughout the year so that way we are aware of the latest trends and styles,” Ardis said. “It also keeps us in touch with latest technology and new products on the market. You never know too much; there is always something changing or an easier way to do something.” While technology and techniques change, the location has not. The Hair Colorist opened at 830 S. Pike West, Suite No. 1, in

Nov. 1, 2003, with three owners. Ardis has remained while the other two have moved on, one to open her own salon and another out of state, she said. “I love hair, and I love everything about it,” Ardis said. “Hair color is just my passion.” On a slower 10-YEAR day, she may CELEBRATION have 10 to 20 customers, but a WHAT: The Hair busy day can Colorist mean up to 60. WHEN: Noon to 4 While she overp.m. Nov. 1 sees other stylWHERE: 830 S. Pike ists and the West, Suite No. 1 business at this NOTES: Door prizes, point, she does complimentary eyestill see some brow wax, 30 percent clients and conoff all retail, $15 spray sults on jobs. tans, hors d’oeuvres “I love that and refreshments we all get along,” CONTACT: (803) 778said Marta Lee, 5012 a stylist. “We’re a big family. You’d think it would be dramafilled, but we share ideas. I learn something new every day or at least every week.” For more information, call (803) 778-5012. Reach Jade Anderson at (803) 774-1250.

Shutdown’s lesson: You need an emergency fund NEW YORK (AP) — Let the government shutdown serve as a wake-up call: You need an emergency fund. Most financial advisers say that you should be prepared to go without a paycheck for several months, not weeks. Here’s what you need to know about building that safety fund: FIGURE OUT EXPENSES

Start by adding up your expenses for necessities, such as rent, health insurance, groceries and utilities, said Mackey McNeill, a certified public accountant and president of Mackey Advisors in Bellevue, Ky. It wouldn’t hurt to also add in discretionary spending, too,

such as going out to the movies or eating out. DETERMINE HOW MUCH YOU NEED

You need to have at least three months in expenses saved up, said Anna Behnam, a financial adviser at Ameriprise in Rockville, Md. But if you’re nervous about the security of your job, you should save more. Think at least six months, especially if you’ve been laid off or furloughed before. “There’s a chance it might happen again,” said Behnam. If you’ve never saved for an emergency fund before, start small. “Try saving $100 a month,” McNeill said. “Don’t overreach.” It may take longer to save up, but

putting away more than you can afford can lead to failure, and you may just quit. And don’t ever take the money out. MAKE SURE IT’S ACCESSIBLE

Always keep your emergency fund in a bank account that’s easily accessible. The stock market’s recent record highs may be hard to resist, but you always want to keep the fund out of stocks and in cash. “It should be in the most boring account you can find,” said McNeill. That means savings accounts, even though most banks offer interest rates that are close to zero. Behnam said that if interest rates on your bank’s certificate of de-

posits, or CDs, are more attractive, she recommends leaving one month’s worth of expenses in a savings account and the rest in a no-penalty CD. That means that you can withdraw money from it at any time, without paying a fee.

Sumterites seeking a good deal have a new place to go. Costless, located at 1340-B Wilson Hall Road, opened in early August. It offers discounts on overstocked items from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. “We have top of the line, nice quality items that we receive from various retailers at a reduced price,” said Reyna Rush, manager. “Customers usually receive a 20 to 25 percent markdown. Every now and then we get a shipment that is dinged or might be missing a part. We test to make sure they work and are still in good shape to be purchased.” Rush’s brother-in-law, Akil Snipe, owns the local store as well as a Costless in Spartanburg. He asked Rush, who has 10 years of retail experience, to run the one here. WHAT ARE SOME OF THE MORE POPULAR ITEMS?

Grocery items fly off the shelf. We have a lot of clothes and shoes. Electronic and household items are some of our most popular, though. WHAT’S THE PRICE RANGE?

Some of the grocery items, such as snacks, start at 39 cents. It can range on up. For example, we had a fridge for $599 that would normally cost $1,500. I’m learning about bartering. If somebody really wants something, and if I see it is acceptable range, I’ll do it. My method is to show them what it would be online at a box store, and people are usually satisfied. They also tend to like the $19.99. HOW MANY PEOPLE DO YOU SEE IN A DAY?

On average, we have at least 30 people a day, but 15 of those might come in during a two-hour span. Weekends are busier than the beginning of the week. DO YOU OFFER DELIVERY? WHAT ABOUT LAYAWAY?

No delivery. People often ask about layaway. We don’t do that, but if a person pays half, we’ll put it back until they can pay the remainder and carry it out. This guarantees it isn’t sold to anyone else. CAN PEOPLE CALL TO CHECK ON AN ITEM?

They can. Our phone number is (803) 869-4030. We also have a VIP mailing and Gmail list. We can email or text them when what they are looking for comes in. We’re also on Facebook and Twitter under Costless of Sumter. — Jade Anderson

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If you lose your job, or find yourself furloughed for a short period time and don’t have enough in an emergency fund, call the companies that you owe payments to. “I think most creditors are willing to help,” said Hugh Anderson, a Las Vegas-based managing director at financial services company HighTower.

Located on Wilson Hall Road, Costless offers items at a 20 to 25 percent reduction. Popular items include groceries and electronics.


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F/T Cashier/Inventory needed. Must have some computer knowledge, be self-motivated & energetic. Apply at Wally's Hardware, 1291 Broad St. Sumter

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

Tree Service Ricky's Tree Service Tree removal, stump grinding, Lic & ins, free quote, 803-435-2223 or cell 803-460-8747. 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

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Benefits include group medical insurance, 401K retirement plan, bonuses, paid vacations, paid holidays, and a lot of room for advancement within our 50 store chain. Apply in person at 1070 Broad Street Sumter, SC 29150. Call (803) 934-0266 or email jbmgr@kimbrells.com for further information. Online Application can be found at www.Kimbrells.com We're growing! Exp. motivated CNAs needed. Apply in person at Northwoods Senior Living, 1267 N Main St. Sumter. STAFF ACCOUNTANT/CPA Established CPA practice in Sumter seeking a Staff Accountant/CPA with 2+ years tax and accounting experience to join growing firm. Audit experience a plus. Must have current CPA license. Excellent opportunity for growth and stability. Send resume, references, and salary requirements in confidence to: Box 340 c/o The Item, PO Box 1677 Sumter SC 29151

JOB FAIR SUMTER MALL NOW HIRING Soon to reopen and now hiring Shift Leaders, Full Time and Part Time Associates. Day and Evening schedules with flexible hours. We are interviewing on Tuesday, October 29th and Wednesday, October 30th between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. A full benefits package is available including: Medical, Dental, 401k and Life Insurance for those who qualify. Join us on these dates for this employment opportunity. BOOKKEEPER Bookkeeper needed for CPA office to perform bkpg & tax duties for multiple clients. Professional attitude/appearance, detailed, outgoing, confidential, & client oriented. Must know and understand accounting and have experience in PR, bank recs, and GL. Tax knowledge/experience a plus. Send resume, references, and salary requirements in confidence to: Box 339 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 Multi Specialty Practice in Midlands seeking an experienced medical billing and coding specialist for client and worker's compensation services. This role requires an individual who can perform billing, posting, and other duties as part of an experienced team. Great pay, bonuses and benefits. 3-5 years of medical billing and coding is necessary. (CPC Credentials preferred) Experience working with workers compensation insurance companies. Strong Communication, Organizational, and Multi-Tasking skills required. Email Resume to : infochealthcare@gmail.com

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RECREATION Custom built home in Beach Forest overlooking pond and clubhouse/pool. 4BR w/maple hdwd floors and 3 full baths w/ceramic tiles. 42" solid maple kitchen cabinetry w/stainless steel appliances. 1785 Titanic Ct. Excellent condition throughout Asking $200,000. Details & photos @ www.forsalebyowner.com & w ww.militarybyowner.com. Call 803-968-1187

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LOST: Gray Cat w/light gray strips, short hair, long tail. Chipped, KA tattooed in right ear. Last seen 3490 Tram Rd, Sumter. If found alive, REWARD offered. Please call 803-240-0289

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

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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.

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A-B-C ABB Ltd 25.84 +.06 +2.16 ACE Ltd 96.14 -.60 -.83 ADT Corp 42.17 -.01 +1.18 AES Corp 14.31 +.24 +.10 AFLAC 66.30 +.16 +.52 AGCO 63.33 -.86 -.87 AK Steel 4.27 +.02 +.07 AOL 36.67 ... +2.72 AT&T Inc 35.19 +.56 +.58 AU Optron 3.25 -.04 -.15 Aarons 28.35 -1.05 -.30 AbtLab s 37.25 +.04 -.04 AbbVie n 49.30 +1.37 +.97 AberFitc 35.81 -.71 +.98 Accenture 73.61 +.11 +.73 Actavis 148.15 +1.73 +1.23 ActiveNet 14.40 ... +.02 AMD 3.34 +.11 -.19 Aeropostl 9.42 +.14 +.27 Aetna 61.82 +.12 -1.61 Agilent 51.87 +.75 -1.12 Agnico g 30.86 +.34 +5.89 AlcatelLuc 3.41 +.03 -.24 Alcoa 9.24 -.01 +.61 AllegTch 33.75 +.18 +2.23 Allergan 92.82 +.01 +2.08 Allstate 53.35 -.20 -.52 AlonUSA 11.77 +.05 +.28 AlphaNRs 6.77 -.09 +1.05 AlpTotDiv 4.18 ... +.05 AlpAlerMLP 17.98 +.03 +.29 Altria 36.25 +.29 +.39 AmBev 39.08 +.37 -.51 Amdocs 38.23 +.05 +.84 Ameren 36.48 +.47 +.60 AMovilL 21.07 +.09 -.43 AmAxle 18.72 +.28 -.36 AmCampus 35.35 +.08 -1.39 AEagleOut 14.42 +.25 +.23 AEP 47.28 +.56 +2.46 AEqInvLf 21.09 +.16 -.37 AmExp 82.61 +1.71 +2.09 AmIntlGrp 51.85 +.05 -.45 AmTower 80.82 +.44 +1.81 Ameriprise 99.56 +.03 -.19 AmeriBrgn 65.24 +.60 +.63 Ametek 47.09 +.41 +1.02 Anadarko 96.15 +1.86 -1.27 AnglogldA 16.04 +.04 +1.24 ABInBev 104.71 +1.53 +2.01 Ann Inc 33.98 +.38 -.09 Annaly 12.16 +.01 +.29 Anworth 5.11 +.02 +.41 Aon plc 77.54 +1.96 +2.15 Apache 90.45 +.68 -.81 AptInv 29.37 +.49 +.03 ApolloGM 33.56 -.81 -.25 ArcelorMit 16.17 +.03 +.23 ArchCoal 4.04 -.06 +.17 ArchDan 39.93 +.75 +1.91 ArcosDor 11.93 -.14 +.43 ArmourRsd 4.41 -.02 +.04 AsburyA 48.61 -.38 -5.44 AssuredG 20.49 -.10 +.41 AstraZen 52.74 +.76 +1.62 AuRico g 4.31 +.10 +.14 AutoNatn 49.16 -.25 -1.02 %ZIV](   Avnet 38.77 -.02 -3.20 Avon 21.99 +.23 +.55 BB&T Cp 34.81 +.18 +1.21 BHP BillLt 71.93 +.03 +2.33 BP PLC 43.66 +.08 +.33 BRF SA 25.38 +.15 +.13 BakrHu 58.23 +1.16 +2.68 BallCorp 48.60 +.74 +2.43 BcBilVArg 12.01 -.36 -.77 BcoBrad pf 14.76 -.03 -.53 BcoSantSA 8.97 -.09 -.32 BcoSBrasil 7.02 +.14 -.16 BcpSouth 22.28 -.05 +1.07 BkofAm 14.26 +.09 -.37 BkNYMel 31.83 +.17 +.50 Barclay 17.40 +.12 -.50 Barc iPVix 12.84 -.04 -.01 Bard 134.55 +.10 +10.05 BarnesNob 14.79 -.03 +.68 BarrickG 20.14 +.07 +1.62 Baxter 65.49 +.05 -.51 BerkH B 117.03 +.19 +.06 BestBuy 42.77 +.03 -.20 BBarrett 28.08 +.63 +.92 BioMedR 20.30 +.28 +.72 &MXEYXS,   BlackRock 307.61 +.66 +5.95

Blackstone 26.71 -.25 -.88 BlockHR 28.48 -.22 -.77 Boeing 131.19 +2.21 +8.67 Boise Inc 12.54 +.01 -.04 BostProp 109.64 +2.26 +.82 BostonSci 11.62 +.08 -.66 BoydGm 13.86 -.07 -.18 Brandyw 14.35 +.20 +.60 Brinker 42.83 +.71 +1.51 BrMySq 48.77 -.60 -.95 Brookdale 27.36 -.07 -.68 BrkfldOfPr 18.81 +.07 -.23 Brunswick 45.57 +.65 +.88 Buenavent 14.41 -.16 +.63 BungeLt 82.39 +2.28 +1.60 CBL Asc 20.46 +.18 +.36 CBRE Grp 23.72 +.19 +.85 CBS B 59.80 +.20 +.60 CIT Grp 49.25 ... -1.76 CMS Eng 28.03 +.19 +.71 CNO Fincl 14.82 ... -.25 CSX 26.61 +.16 +.91 CVS Care 61.41 -.66 +.40 CYS Invest 8.76 +.08 +.27 Cabelas 60.98 -1.63 -1.00 CblvsnNY 15.81 -.01 +.15 'EFSX3+W   'EPP+SPJ   CallonPet 7.20 +.01 -.39 'EPTMRI   Cameco g 18.41 ... +.06 Cameron 53.25 -.60 -11.86 CampSp 42.56 +.16 +.97 CdnNRs gs 31.85 +.14 -.96 CP Rwy g 143.37 +1.65 +11.88 CapOne 70.38 -.27 -1.22 CapitlSrce 12.89 +.01 +.14 CapsteadM 11.80 -.03 -.39 CardnlHlth 54.95 -.07 -.97 CareFusion 38.94 -.54 -.30 CarMax 47.76 -.03 -.98 Carnival 34.63 -.06 +1.89 Carters 68.00 -.28 -6.53 Caterpillar 84.77 +.24 -2.57 Celanese 57.58 -.39 +3.60 Cemex 11.18 +.21 +.43 Cemig pf 9.02 +.01 -.41 CenovusE 29.64 +.05 -.51 Centene 59.05 -1.03 -7.03 CenterPnt 24.87 +.25 +.27 CenElBras 3.30 +.04 -.04 CntryLink 33.27 +.05 +.26 Cenveo 3.10 -.04 +.11 ChambSt n 9.50 +.04 +.46 ChesEng 28.47 +.10 +.22 Chevron 120.59 +.03 +.94 Chicos 16.88 +.14 +.48 Chimera 3.07 -.01 -.01 'LM1=;RH    ChinaMble 52.01 -.01 -3.27 ChiNBorun 1.85 -.09 -.55 Chubb 92.20 -.74 -.51 Cigna 73.90 +.73 -1.05 Cimarex 105.82 +.32 -4.61 CinciBell 3.17 +.01 +.13 Citigroup 50.06 -.09 -1.09 'PMJJW26W   Clorox 88.64 +.25 +2.89 Coach 49.89 +.80 -3.98 CobaltIEn 22.73 -.64 -.21 CocaCola 39.03 +.23 +.25 CocaCE 41.18 +.73 -1.01 Coeur 12.84 +.09 +.53 ColeREI n 14.54 +.29 +1.82 ColgPalm s 63.60 +.56 +.79 Comerica 42.72 +.24 +.66 CmclMtls 18.22 +.07 +1.01 CmtyHlt 42.64 +1.20 -1.48 ComstkRs 17.92 -.19 -.47 ConAgra 31.72 +.15 +.55 ConchoRes112.54 +.52 -8.18 ConocoPhil 74.06 +.67 +.63 ConsolEngy 38.14 -.10 +.14 ConEd 58.59 +.37 +1.73 ConstellA 63.91 +.06 -.42 ContlRes 117.52 -.34 -3.48 CooperTire 25.66 +1.15 +1.02 CoreLogic 32.11 -.24 +5.13 Corning 17.35 -.13 +2.35 Cosan Ltd 15.70 -.12 -.35 CousPrp 11.39 +.14 +.20 CovantaH 17.27 -.45 -3.53 Covidien 64.10 -.17 +.83 '7:0K2+W   CSVelIVST 29.22 +.09 +.04 CSVxSht rs 11.17 -.05 -.13 CredSuiss 32.35 -.18 -.94 CrstwdMid 21.40 -.17 -.02 CrwnCstle 76.11 -.47 +.15 CrownHold 41.40 +.65 +1.11

CubeSmart 18.98 +.05 Cummins 135.59 -2.27

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D-E-F DCT Indl 7.93 +.03 +.19 DDR Corp 17.18 +.19 +.47 DR Horton 19.77 -.10 +.75 DTE 69.44 +1.84 +2.23 DanaHldg 22.82 -.05 +.03 Danaher 72.11 +.06 +.11 Darden 51.70 +.21 -.37 Darling 23.66 -.18 +1.37 DaVitaH s 55.44 -.38 -2.62 DeVry 37.18 +.99 +3.98 DeanFds rs 19.60 +.33 +1.32 Deere 83.55 -.73 -.64 Delek 25.59 -.28 +.27 DelphiAuto 58.03 -.21 -1.97 DeltaAir 26.31 -.01 +1.30 DemndMda 4.96 -.13 -.24 DenburyR 19.22 +.38 +.21 DevonE 64.54 +.04 +1.33 DiaOffs 61.27 +.31 -1.88 DiamRk 11.78 +.14 +.13 DicksSptg 52.46 +1.01 -.11 DigitalRlt 57.91 +.61 +1.67 DirSPBr rs 39.54 -.49 -1.11 DxGldBll rs 56.04 +1.15 +10.74 DxFinBr rs 25.30 -.30 -.02 DxSCBr rs 19.76 ... -.25 DxEMBll s 30.59 +.44 -1.17 DxFnBull s 79.11 +.93 +.02 DirDGdBr s 27.14 -.70 -8.12 DxSCBull s 70.32 +.01 +.71 DxSPBull s 54.73 +.73 +1.45 Discover 51.00 -.44 -2.95 Disney 69.26 +.21 +2.11 DoleFood 13.96 +.17 +.23 DollarGen 59.50 -.25 +.61 DomRescs 64.66 +.50 +.98 Dover 90.95 -.80 +2.02 DowChm 39.52 -1.10 -1.79 DrPepSnap 46.67 +.18 +1.66 DuPont 61.90 +.52 +2.28 DuPFabros 27.67 +.71 +1.88 DukeEngy 72.37 +.74 +2.29 DukeRlty 17.19 +.18 +.43 E-CDang 9.50 -.14 -1.85 E-House 9.47 -.42 -.41 EMC Cp 23.80 +.09 -1.28 EMCOR 37.11 -.59 -3.89 EOG Res 183.44 +2.01 -.35 EQT Corp 87.80 +.84 -1.82 )EWX'LIQ   Eaton 71.64 +3.14 +2.91 EVTxMGlo 9.93 +.03 +.08 EdisonInt 49.41 +.65 +1.03 EducRlty 9.30 +.15 -.04 EdwLfSci 77.06 -.40 -.14 Elan 16.12 +.13 -.12 EldorGld g 6.95 +.06 +.85 Embraer 32.63 -.42 +.16 EmersonEl 67.22 +.69 +1.58 EmpIca 7.71 +.18 -.99 EnCana g 18.32 +.08 +.44 )RHZV-RXP    EndvSilv g 4.85 -.03 +.59 Energen 84.29 +1.27 -.79 EngyTsfr 54.13 +.11 +1.52 ENSCO 57.02 +1.63 +1.98 Entergy 68.27 +.17 +1.92 EntPrPt 64.48 +.47 +2.36 Entravisn 6.75 -.01 +.75 Equifax 65.52 +1.79 +3.35 EqtyRsd 54.91 +1.09 -.30 EsteeLdr 71.51 +.12 -.54 ExcoRes 6.79 +.08 -.12 Exelon 27.96 +.22 -.79 ExxonMbl 87.97 -.45 +.42 FMC Tech 51.13 -.76 -8.21 FairchldS 12.57 +.35 +.09 FamilyDlr 69.58 +.37 +.02 FedExCp 132.06 +.49 +5.62 Ferro 12.29 +.29 +1.85 FidlNFin 27.58 +.50 +1.21 FstAFin n 25.48 -.28 ... FstHorizon 10.77 -.13 -.24 FstInRT 18.22 -.59 -.19 FMajSilv g 12.44 +.18 +1.13 FirstEngy 37.88 +.45 -.06 Fleetcor 109.58 -.83 -2.91 *PS[WIVZW   Fluor 76.31 -.57 -.88 FootLockr 34.20 +.01 +.40 FordM 17.60 -.16 +.07 ForestLab 47.34 +.09 +2.90 ForestOil 4.97 -.10 -.66 Fortress 8.74 -.01 +.14 FBHmSec 43.41 +.71 +4.38 FrankRes s 54.50 +.02 +.65

FMCG 37.44 +.03 +2.55 *VIIWGEPI    Fusion-io 9.54 -.28 -4.56

The list includes the most active stocks in each exchange, as well as stocks of local interest.

G-H-I GNC 58.90 +2.33 Gafisa SA 2.81 -.04 GameStop 54.88 +.08 Gannett 27.77 -.05 Gap 36.66 -.40 GencoShip 2.66 -.04 +IRIVEG  GenDynam 88.26 +1.14 GenElec 25.88 -.06 GenGrPrp 21.34 +.01 GenMills 50.06 +.15 GenMotors 35.59 -.04 GM cvpfB 50.67 +.03 Genworth 14.25 +.01 Gerdau 7.68 -.01 GiantInter 9.24 -.21 Gigamon n 33.21 +.14 GlaxoSKln 52.05 +.31 GlobPay 59.70 +.06 GolLinhas 5.21 -.15 GoldFLtd 4.80 +.12 Goldcrp g 26.74 +.12 GoldmanS 162.09 +2.13 GoodrPet 25.60 -.91 GrafTech 8.12 -.09 GraphPkg 8.68 +.02 GpFnSnMx 13.41 +.23 GpTelevisa 30.24 -.25 GugSPEW 68.16 +.34 GugSolar 37.70 -1.77 Guidewire 48.73 +.67 HCA Hldg 46.92 +1.12 HCP Inc 43.05 +.66 HSBC 55.30 -.07 HalconRes 5.42 +.03 Hallibrtn 51.69 +.59 HarleyD 64.98 +.08 HarmonyG 3.63 +.02 HartfdFn 33.57 +.09 HatterasF 19.77 +.23 HltCrREIT 66.47 +.89 HltMgmt 12.88 +.12 HlthcreTr 11.71 +.20 HeclaM 3.42 -.02 HelixEn 24.04 +1.03 Herbalife 66.37 -1.22 Hersha 5.83 -.01 Hertz 23.84 -.15 Hess 83.20 +.11 HewlettP 24.00 +.12 Hexcel 42.54 ... Hillshire 32.41 +.21 HollyFront 44.06 +.30 HomeDp 76.25 -.53 HonwllIntl 87.50 +.22 HospPT 29.57 +.08 HostHotls 18.78 +.12 HovnanE 5.36 -.01 Humana 91.54 +.21 Huntsmn 22.35 -.12 IAMGld g 5.45 +.08 ICICI Bk 35.00 -.03 ING 12.89 -.10 ING US n 30.82 +.32 ION Geoph 4.75 -.04 iShGold 13.12 +.05 iSAstla 27.05 +.12 iShBrazil 50.24 +.25 iShCanada 29.32 +.08 iShEMU 40.12 -.05 iShGerm 29.68 +.05 iSh HK 20.31 +.03 iShItaly 15.52 -.20 iShJapan 11.84 -.18 iSh SKor 64.45 -.22 iSMalasia 16.31 +.21 iShMexico 65.72 +1.01 iShSing 13.86 +.02 iSTaiwn 14.45 -.02 iSh UK 20.50 -.02 iSEMMnVol 60.78 +.02 iShSilver 21.71 -.16 iShS&P100 78.47 +.37 iShSelDiv 70.04 +.47 iShChinaLC 36.43 -.05 iSCorSP500176.99 +.79 iShEMkts 42.75 +.20 iShiBoxIG 115.32 -.01 iSh20 yrT 108.29 +.40 iSh1-3yTB 84.48 +.02 iS Eafe 66.46 -.20 iShiBxHYB 93.63 +.03 iSR1KVal 90.20 +.32 iSR1KGr 81.76 +.41 iSR2KGr 130.20 -.19

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Orson Welles directs and acts in his radio dramatization of H.G. Wells’ “War of the Worlds” 75 years ago. Dr. Park Bucker, who teaches English at USC Sumter and directed a staged reading of the radio play, thinks Welles took advantage of the political atmosphere of the time to fool many listeners into thinking a foreign invasion was real.

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eventy-five years ago, families gathered around their radios after dinner to listen to news, drama and comedy, much as we gather in front of our TVs today. The difference is that without a picture, those 1930s families had to use their imaginations. Perhaps that was what 23-year-old Orson Welles and his Mercury Theatre on the Air players were counting on back on Oct. 30, 1938, when they presented a live, dramatized version of H.G. “War of the Worlds” Wells’ classic sci-fi on the air: tale, “War of the Oct. 30 – Worlds,” that had 10 p.m. SiriusXM many listeners beradio, Channel 82 lieving an actual for2 a.m. ETV eign attack was hapOct. 31 – pening. 5 a.m. ETV That’s quite plausible, said University of South Carolina Sumter English professor Dr. Park Bucker. “I think 1938 was a pretty scary place already,” he said, “so when you hear an invasion coming on the radio, that was very scary. It was a jumpy period, and Orson Welles exploited that.” Bucker directed a staged reading of the Howard Koch screenplay on the 70th anniversary of the infamous broadcast, after listening to and researching the original broadcast. “I think it sounds very realistic for what would have been a news report at the time,” he said. “Radio news was still in its infancy then, especially anything having to do with

live radio for breaking events like that.” It’s widely believed that there was widespread panic affecting hundreds of thousands of people. Bucker said “There were isolated incidents that have been documented, but it’s not as huge as the legend is, although there were reports of pockets of hysteria.” Welles and Koch “very heavily adapted H.G. Well’s novel to bring it up to date and make it more immediate,” Bucker continued. “The (1953) movie is actually truer to the book.” Welles took the credit for the idea of making it into a live news broadcast, he said. “It was the Mercury Theatre, and every week they dramatized a novel.” Welles was vilified after the 1938 broadcast. “I think it was all orchestrated on his part,” Bucker said. “He played the victim: ‘Oh, I didn’t know. It was just a radio play, I didn’t mean to trick anybody.’” So just how did Welles fool so many? “His program was on opposite Edgar Bergen (a popular comedian-ventriloquist), who was much more popular than the Mercury Theatre. And, at the beginning of ‘War of the Worlds,’ it started like every other week” – The Columbia Broadcasting System and its affiliated stations present Orson Welles and the Mercury Theatre on the Air in a radio play ... . “But most people didn’t listen to the beginning, because they were tuned in to Edgar Bergen,” Bucker pointed out. “The second act of the Edgar Bergen Show was always a piece SEE ANNIVERSARY, PAGE C6 of music.

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H.G. Wells’ science fiction novel “The War of the Worlds” has become a classic, as indicated by this comic book cover from decades ago.

Local cotton crop smaller; Richardson wins Gehrig award

yesteryear in Sumter

75 YEARS AGO – 1939 en stew supper was March 21-27 served by a committee Last night over 200 headed by J.A. McKworkers and guests atnight. Creech made a tended the enthusiastic brief statement concampaign supcerning the per meeting condition and from the held in the Edfinance of the archives of munds High The Item association and gymnasium at the progress the YMCA. made during Mayor F.B. the past 10 Creech presided years in liquiover the meetdating the ing that was building debt. opened with an Item Archivist In and invocation by Around the SAMMY WAY the Rev. J.B. Town – Sumter Walker. County’s 1938 The Sumter High cotton crop was 16,402 School band under the bales fewer than the direction of L.C. Moise crop of 1937. Even at the entertained those preslow price of 8 cents a ent with several selecpound that runs into big tions. A delicious chick- money, which the farm-

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The Sumter 4-H boys judging team won the judging contest under the strictest competition against teams from several counties at the second annual state “fat stock” show held in Florence in 1938. From left, they are Clarence Gulledge, John Reames and Carlisle Lewis. In back is Assistant County Agent T.O. Bowen.

ers did not get for this year’s work.

The Will Graham Monument reached its

new location in the parkway on Warren

Street and was being placed on a foundation. The monument was moved from the parkway at the intersection of Main Street and Manning Avenue and was started on its tedious journey last Friday afternoon. It was transported the entire distance on rollers, the route being from Manning Avenue to Oakland Avenue to Harvin Street to Calhoun, to Main and finally to Warren. Pouring of the priming coat of asphalt was started this morning by the Boyle Road & Bridge Company on a number of streets in the new SEE YESTERYEAR, PAGE C6


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Stewart-Szmidt MOUNT PLEASANT — Rebecca Phillips Stewart and Brandon Michel Szmidt were united in marriage at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25, 2013, at Harborside East. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Roy Stewart Jr. of Manning, and the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. B.K. Phillips Sr. of Lynchburg and the late Mr. and Mrs. John Roy Stewart Sr. of Manning. She graduated from Clemson University with a bachelor of science in health science and the University of South Carolina with a master of public health. She is employed as a certified health educator. MRS. BRANDON SZMIDT The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frank Szmidt of Louisville, Tenn., and the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Joseph Szmidt of New Windsor, N.Y., and Willard Warren Crose and the late Mrs. Juliana Crose of Maryville, Tenn. He attended the University of South Carolina and graduated from Midlands Technical College with a degree in marketing. He is employed as an account executive with CoStar Group. The Rev. Thomas Vassar officiated at the ceremony. Music was provided by the mother of the bridegroom, vocalist; and Third Generation music ensemble. Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride

wore an ivory ball gown of organza and lace with a sweetheart neckline and a beaded cafe sash. She carried a bouquet of Vendela roses, white hydrangea and white peonies. Mrs. Lauren Stewart Schroeder, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Rustan Rainey Stewart, sister-in-law of the bride, Mrs. Jenna Szmidt Kondor, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Jocey Antrim Szmidt, sister-in-law of the bridegroom. Sophie Kondor, niece of the bridegroom, served as flower girl. Ryan Joseph Szmidt, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Groomsmen were John Keith Stewart, brother of the bride, David Michael Schroeder, brotherin-law of the bride, and Seth Kondor, brother-in-law of the bridegroom. John Phillip Schroeder, nephew of the bride, served as ring bearer. Also participating were Kristine Majestic and Mr. and Mrs. William Talmage Askins Sr. The bride’s parents held the reception at Harbourside East in Mount Pleasant. The bridegroom and his parents held the rehearsal party at Carter’s Kitchen on the I’on Square in Mount Pleasant. Following a wedding trip to Costa Rica, the couple will reside in Charleston.

Dad who runs to dinner date causes a stink for daughter

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dear abby

EAR ABBY — I please do. meet my dad for Because your father dinner once a likes to run to the resweek, which we both taurant, consider stashenjoy and have done for ing a supply of towels years. Dad stays very and shirts in the trunk healthy and enjoys run- of your car for him to ning and biking, which I change into in the completely support and men’s room out of view admire him for. of other patrons. (And The problem is, he don’t forget the deodorhas started running to ant.) If he refuses to coour meals. He sweats a operate, then please — lot when he runs, so he for everyone’s sake — arrives at the restaurant pick him up and transliterally dripping. port him to the He then grabs a restaurant. Just handful of napreading your kins to wipe off, letter is enough and lifts his shirt to make the to wipe his face famished lose and neck with it. their appetite. Abby, he’s so sweaty that he has Abigail DEAR ABBY VAN BUREN dripped on the — I was 33 and counter when he newly divorced signed the receipt. when I was finally able I find this unbelievto experience living by ably rude, not just to me myself. I kind of loved it. but to the restaurant. My boyfriend, “Alex,” This wouldn’t even be and I have lived togethappropriate in a faster for almost four years food joint — but this and I almost never get ISN’T one. It’s a nice time to be by myself. restaurant where people Alex gets alone time are trying to enjoy their because I’ll sometimes meal. I feel if he wants have dinner with girlto run to our dinners, he friends, volunteer, go to should arrange to get the theater, etc. But he there early enough so almost never leaves. he can dry off in a bath- He’s somewhat social, room and change his but he always invites shirt. He insists it’s no people over; he never big deal and that sweat- goes to them. I have told ing is “normal.” Alex many times that I What should I do? need him to give me This is really getting to some time alone in the me. house, but nothing DISGUSTED IN comes of it. SEATTLE He left for a couple of days to visit a relative DEAR DISGUSTED two years ago (it was — While I, too, admire partly my idea) and it your father’s dedication was great! I loved my to physical fitness, I can solitude, and it was also understand why his be- nice to welcome Alex havior would bother back home afterward. It you. It is gross. If you was the first time I’d had haven’t already exa break! I don’t want to pressed to him how inwait another two years considerate this is, to get my house to my-

self for a while, but how? CRAVES “ME” TIME IN PORTLAND, ORE. DEAR CRAVES “ME” TIME — In order to accomplish it, you are going to have to become more proactive. Many people need solitude to decompress; you are not the only one. TELL Alex you need time alone in the house and that he will need to make other plans for a specific day. If that’s hard for him, call some of the friends he has been inviting over -after all this time, you probably know most of them -- and ask them to invite him over a couple of times a month. They may be able to help you pry him out of the house. If they are unsuccessful, it looks like Alex will have to visit his relatives on a more regular basis. DEAR ABBY — I have been dating a man with a 14-year-old daughter who sits in the front seat of the car when we go anywhere, while I must sit in the back. I think when we go places, I should sit in the front seat. What do you think? FUMING IN THE BACK SEAT DEAR FUMING — I think you and the daughter should alternate, and the person to suggest it should be her father. Under no circumstances should there be any whiff of competition, because if it comes across that way, the person not riding in the car will be you.

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Wells-Wingard Jessica Wells and Robert Gerald Wingard, both of Sumter, announce their engagement. The bride-elect is the daughter of Dorothy “Chip” Stokes of Sumter and Mr. and Mrs. Joel Stokes of Autryville, N.C., and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Stokes, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Legrand, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Gatling, all of Sumter. She graduated from Sumter Beauty College. She is employed by Beacon Homes in Sumter. The bridegroom-elect is the son of Mrs. Linda Wingard of Clintwood, Va., and the late Harry Wingard Jr. of Turbeville, and the grandson of the late Frank Fraley and the late Mrs. Betty Fraley of Clintwood, and the late Harry MISS WELLS, WINGARD Wingard Sr. and the late Merline Wingard of Turbeville. He graduated from Furman High School and attended Charleston Southern University. He is employed as a production coordinator at Honda of South Carolina Mfg. Inc. The wedding is planned for Dec. 14, 2013, at St. Marks United Methodist Church in Sumter. ••• The couple is registered at Belk, www.belk.com; target, www.target. com; and Bed, Bath and Beyond, www.bedbathandbeyond.

Fudger-Turner Larry and Margaret Fudger of Sumter announce the engagement of their daughter, Rebecca Carolyn Fudger of Sumter, to Joshua Lee Turner of Simpsonville, son of Edward B. and Rebecca C. Turner of Simpsonville. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Gladys H. Fudger and the late Wesley J. Fudger, and the late retired Lt. Col. Claude B. and Mrs. Carolyn B. Dodson, all of Sumter. She graduated from Presbyterian College with a major in English and a double minor in business administration and history. She is employed as an administrative assistant for Sellars, Cole and Bachkosky, LLC. The bridegroom-elect is the grandTURNER, MISS FUDGER son of Mrs. Frances Turner and the late Bob Turner of Fountain Inn, Mrs. Judy Sturgill of Mauldin and the late Robert Cantrell of Grey Court. He graduated from Coker College with a major in computer science and a minor in mathematics. He is employed as a mainframe application developer for Blue Cross Blue Shield. The wedding is planned for March 1, 2014, at The O’Donnell House in Sumter.

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Dorothy Jacobs celebrates 100 years Dorothy May Chandler Jacobs celebrated her 100th birthday on Oct. 20 at Windsor Methodist Church in Columbia. All of her children, Paul, John, Sarah (Sanchez), and David as well as her grandchildren, greatgrandchildren and extended family were in attendance. Dorothy grew up in Stateburg. As one of the six children of John H. and Geulieme Chandler, she had a twin sister, Edna Chandler Suber (wife of the late F. H. Suber) along time resident of Sumter. The twins attended the Argyle School in Wedgefield and graduated from Sumter High School where they confounded their teachers because no one could tell them apart. In September of 1931, Dorothy entered Tuomey Hospital School of Nursing along with 13 other young women from the Sumter area. The hospital paid them $4 per month, most of which paid for books. She graduated in 1934 as president of her class and was honored

MRS. DOROTHY JACOBS

when the graduate nurses voted her the best all-around nurse. No doubt, she also now has the honor of being the oldest living graduate of Tuomey Hospital School of Nursing. In 1938, Dorothy married Dr. Paul Jacobs and became the mother of two sons. History intervened in her life when Paul

joined the Army and served as a battlefield doctor with Merrill’s Marauders in Burma, a Ranger outfit fighting behind Japanese lines. After the war, they lived in Asheville, N.C., where a daughter and son were born. The family lived in Asheville until 1964, when they retired and moved to Columbia. Paul passed away in 1988.


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Consortium names 31 Women of Excellence FROM STAFF REPORTS Honored by the Social Justice Consortium at its 5th Annual Women of Excellence Awards ceremony were Selena R. Smith, Dinah Shaw, Brenda Bryant, Carolyn Lawrence, Beverly Richbow, Dr. Denise Nixon, Lourena Nelson English, Jane K. Richardson, Alphene Bligen Holland, Dr. Tiawana Mayo, Bronwyn McElveen, Margaret Walker, Harriet Moore, Marie Brook, Dr. Annette West, Rokesha Raby, Alicia King Mickens, Irene Richardson, Hyacinth Kinley, Angela Burkett, Deborah Q. Mathis, Delores Green, Carol Kirkland, Debra Canty, Nora Brown, Earnestine Primus, Dr. Lois Weston Green, Janice Phillips, Amanda O’Neal Jones, Carol Lawrence and Dr. Ora Spann. The ceremony was held on Oct. 19 in the Parish Hall of the Church of the Holy Comforter, where the 31 women were honored for their individual contributions to their communities and to society. This year’s honorees run the gamut from

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The Social Consortium named 31 Women of Excellence at a special ceremony on Oct. 19. They were honored for their individual contributions to their communities and to society.

varying walks of life, from firewoman, healthcare providers, proclaimers of the gospel and educational administrators to housewives that hold high the

principles of finer womanhood and leaders, according to Consortium Chariman Walter “Chuck” Wilson. “Because of the stewardship

of the 2013 class of Women of Excellence,” Wilson said, “the consortium will be naming a scholarship in their honor.” Speakers for the ceremony

were Hon. Larry Blanding, the Hon. J. David Weeks, and the Hon. Thomas McElveen. Keynote speaker was Dr. Brenda Williams.

Get a glimpse of life during the Revolutionary War CAMDEN – During the weekend of Nov. 2 and 3, around 400 British and Patriot re-enactors and living history interpreters will pitch tents on grounds occupied by the British in 1780 and present a glimpse of life during the war years. The Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site will host its 43rd Annual Revolutionary War Field Days on both Saturday and Sunday. Daily at the 1:30 p.m. battle, cannons roar as soldiers skirmish using Southern Campaign battle tactics. War tribu-

nals, artillery demonstrations, fife and drum concerts, plus visits to the British, Patriot and Hessian camps, will tell of the rigors of military life. Civilian camp interpreters will share domestic skills and artisans their crafts and trades. Guests can enjoy a period fashion show, tours of the reconstructed Kershaw House (Cornwallis’ headquarters), and attend an Anglican Church service Sunday morning. Each day meet Camden founding father “Joseph Kershaw,” also

known as “Walks With Horses,” interpreting the Native American Medicine Wheel and engaging Tavern Tales at McCaa’s. Childrens’ activities include Saturday’s colonial games, enlistment in the King’s army and lots of hands-on activities. Sutlers Rows and the Exchange Shop offer arrays of merchandise, and several authors will be on hand. The 43rd Annual Revolutionary War Field Days will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 2 and 3 at the

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Soldiers skirmish using Southern Campaign battle tactics during Camden’s Revolutionary War Field Days Nov. 2 and 3.

Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site, 222 Broad Street, Camden.

Thorny plant makes a great fence BY JOHN NELSON Curator, USC Herbarium When it rains it pours. Among the plant identification requests we got recently here in the Herbarium, there were three separate questions about this very odd plant. I can’t quite figure out if it is suddenly being noticed now, for some reason, or if it really is a recent introduction, establishing itself quickly. I’m inclined to go with the first idea. This plant is placed by botanists in what we call the “mulberry” family (or Moraceae), which, sure enough, contains the familiar mulberries (species of the genus Morus). The mulberry family is a large group, containing many thousands of additional species, most of which are woody (tree or shrubs) and found in the tropics. There are some important tropical tree members yielding timber, and of course, everyone knows of figs (the genus Ficus, with nearly 1,000 different species!). Those of you who are fans of “Mutiny on the Bounty” will remember the poor little breadfruit plants that got tossed overboard: breadfruit is another tropical species (Arctocarpus altilis, neither a fig nor a mulberry) with edible fruits, in the mulberry family. But our mystery plant is neither mulberry, fig nor breadfruit. This is a pretty darn strange plant for our area, introduced from eastern Asia. It is potentially a tree, although most often it is seen as a shrub. Large individuals can attain considerable size. It has hard, tough wood, and its roots are rather yellowish. Of particular interest will be the

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Our mystery plant has been valued as a hedge plant, and because of its dense growth and the formidable thorns, it makes a very fine “living fence.”

very stout thorns that are produced on some branches: they can be dangerous. The leaves are handsome, dark green and glossy. The plants are either male or female, that is, bearing either staminate or pistillate flowers, not both. Whether male or female, the flowers are small and inconspicuous, held in little roundish balls in the spring. In the fall, the female flowers’ ovaries swell into a fleshy mass, which takes on a sort of strawberry appearance, eventually turning red or orange. When the fruit gets ripe and mushy, it’s ready to eat. The leaves, thorns and fruits that are produced by our mysterious plant might make you think of another mulberry-ish relative, the reasonably common “Osage-orange,” which is placed in yet another genus, Maclura. Osage-orange, however, is normally a smaller plant, with smaller leaves, and it produces a large, green, globose fruit, that looks sort of like a brain. As long as you have the fruits of both

species, so characteristic of each, you won’t have any trouble telling the two apart. Without the fruits, though, you might need to enlist the aid of your friendly local botanist. Our mystery plant has been valued as a hedge plant, and because of its dense growth and the formidable thorns, it makes a very fine “living fence.” But before you go out and try to start planting some of it, be aware that it spreads easily, forming sprouts all over the place. Getting rid of this thing, once it is out of control, can be difficult. And then there are those thorns. Answer: “Strawberry tree,” Cudrania tricuspidata John Nelson is the curator of the A.C. Moore Herbarium at the University of South Carolina, in the Department of Biological Sciences, Columbia SC 29208. As a public service, the Herbarium offers free plant identifications. For more information, visit www.herbarium.org or call (803) 7778196, or email nelson@sc.edu.

Daily admission is $8 for adults, $6 for seniors and military, $4 for ages 6-12, free for

those under 6, and $20 family package (2 adults, 3 children under 12). Food on the grounds will include barbecue from Heritage Antiques Mall Restaurant, the Hot Dog Stand and Pizza Hut. Parking is free, but no pets are permitted. To get to Historic Camden take U.S. 521 North. The site is 1.4 miles north of I-20/Exit 98. For more information call (803) 432-9841, email hiscamden@truvista.net or visit www.historic-camden.net.

Protect wildlife in your back yard STATEPOINT – There’s nothing like spending time outdoors in the woods. With some simple steps, you can make your woodlands a paradise for flora and fauna by creating a space for wildlife to thrive. “As most of America’s forests are owned privately, landowners play a key role in our wildlife’s future.” says Mike Burns, forester and program resource manager with the American Forest Foundation. “Attracting wildlife is entirely within the power of woodlandowners, all they need to do is provide the right food and shelter for their desired species.” One of the most important ingredients for thriving forest wildlife is dead wood. In fact, up to 20 percent of a forest’s wildlife may depend upon it for survival, according to wildlife conservationists. The American Forest Foundation is offering tips on wildlife-friendly forest management on your property: SNAGS Flooding, winds, ice storms, lightning, fire and drought can cause mortality in trees, as will insects, disease and other factors. Before carting off dead or dying trees for firewood or disposal, consider leaving a few of these tress, called snags, standing. “A snag acts as a ‘condo’ for insects, birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians, as well as a time-release compost stick, slowly releasing nutrients into the soil.” says Burns. “Without snags, a forest just isn’t the same for wildlife who use the cavities to nest, attract mates and find food.” LOGS When you leave downed trees or logs on your property, you are starting a life cycle fueled by the decomposing wood. Plants, fungi and animals rely upon logs as food sources and places to live. Decomposing logs enrich the soil and provide places for tree saplings and other plants to take root, as well as shelter and denning sites for animals. Decomposers found on or in logs provide food for amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. BRUSHPILES Brushpiles provide a micro-habitat for the more stealthy creatures hiding from predators. If you want to boost biodiversity on your land while recycling extra trimmings, branches and logs, try “installing” a few brushpiles for wildlife.


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The current Trinity United Methodist Church was constructed on the corner of Council and West Liberty streets. The sanctuary is currently celebrating 50 years of existence, having opened in March 1963.

Trinity rose from ashes While the Trinity United Methodist Church building is only 50 years old, its previous incarnation having been destroyed by a massive fire in 1960, the church has a long history in Sumter.

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ethodism was organized as a “distinct and separate church” in 1784, named for “the methodical system of Bible study and prayer advocated by its founder, John Wesley.” Records indicate that Methodists did not arrive in the Sumter area until circa 1787 when the Methodist Society acquired a lot from Richard Bradford on the “north side of West Liberty Street”; information on this area is noted on a historical Sammy marker. WAY The land, purchased from the Frierson estate, was the site where the members soon erected a building which became the “Mother Church” of the present Trinity Methodist. About 1824, the congregation moved into the village of Sumterville, and the early facility was apparently abandoned. On this new site, bounded by Liberty and Church streets and Hampton Avenue, they constructed a church in which they worshipped until the membership outgrew the building, selling it about 1848 to Roman Catholics who dedicated the building to St. Lawrence the Martyr. The Methodists purchased two acres across the street, where Trinity now stands and constructed a “White Wooden Church.”

This facility was used until 1885 when it was reportedly sold. The next sanctuary was a red brick structure designed to meet the growing enrollment. This church was referred to as “First Methodist Episcopal Church” and later changed to Trinity Methodist Church. This building was used until 1911 when it was removed and ground was broken for a new sanctuary. The new facility was first known as “Buff Brick Church” and was dedicated on Sept. 28, 1913. On June 10, 1960, during the early morning hours, the Gothic church caught fire and was destroyed. Plans were soon drawn to build a massive structure to be known as Trinity United Methodist. Ground was broken for the new Trinity Church on Oct. 29, 1961, on the site of the former structure. The architectural firm selected was James and Durant, and the general contractor was Boyle Construction Co. One distinctive feature of the building was a spire topped with a cross reaching approximately 160 feet. The Gothic structure was designed to seat 700. The estimated cost of $650,000 included the organ and furnishings. The entrance to the new building faced Liberty Street. The doorway featured a massive limestone arch with four carved oak leaves. The doors were “heavy rift red-oak, paneled with leaded clear plate glass equipped

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ABOVE: What was known as the “White Wooden Church” was completed by Methodists about 1851. This facility was used until 1885 when it was reportedly sold. LEFT: The historical marker located across from Swan Lake-Iris Gardens was where Methodists constructed their first church. About 1824, Methodists moved into Sumterville, and the site was abandoned.

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with bronze hardware.” The fleur-de-lis is used as it is “emblematic of the Trinity because of its three-fold division. Upon entering the church, one notices that the “vestibule is of limestone. This has been so arranged as to provide a space for the preserving of the cornerstone of the old building. The floor is white marble. The vestibule is lighted by one central ceiling lamp which has around it a bronze band and the fleur-

de-lis. It is held in place by an eight-point star. “From the vestibule there is a door leading to the balcony and the right-side aisle of the nave. There are also double doors into the narthex. The narthex walls are made of rift red-oak paneling arranged in an architectural sequence of Gothic design. Around the top is a carved decorative molding and frieze. Just under this decorative molding there is an inlaid design of the grapevine and the grapes, signifying the unity of the church.” With the completion of construction the members

held a worship service signifying the opening of the new sanctuary on March 3, 1963. Trinity United Methodist Church has continued to grow and expand, remaining one of the most recognizable landmarks in the Sumter community. Information used in preparing this article was obtained from the writings of Cassie Nicholes, Item archives, church records and personal interviews. Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at waysammy@ yahoo.com or (803) 774-1294.


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University of South Carolina Sumter FIRST FIRE ANTS EXTRAVAGANZA NOV. 9

On Saturday, Nov. 9, USC Sumter will host the first Fire Ants Extravaganza from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Nettles Building at USC Sumter. More than 30 vendors will be on hand for all of your shopping needs. From clothes and art to vacations and nutrition, you will definitely scratch some gifts off the holiday list at this event. All proceeds benefit the Fire Ants Athletic teams. A car wash will be available as well as free popcorn, a silent auction, door prizes and coupon books. All proceeds will benefit Fire Ant athletics. Vendors include: TEAL Boutique, Haley-Brook Designs, Silly Sprouts Kids Boutique, Just Fun Stuff, Carolina Girly, Debra’s Creations, The Barn Door, The Ivory Magnolia, Crafts by Ruth, For the Birds by Robert & Terri, Cookie Lee Jewelry, Origami Owl, Premier Jewelry, Pampered Chef, Tastefully Simple, Tupperware, Britton Road Corn Holes, Scentsy, Initials Inc., Miche, Thirty-One, The Natural Image, Aloette, Avon, Mary Kay, Younique, Nerium AD, Carolyn’s Pride, Disney Vacation Specialist, Sandals Travel Designer, Melaleuca and Send Out Cards. For more information contact Wanda Baker at (803) 938-3723 or visit www.uscsumter.edu. — Misty Hatfield

Wilson Hall CONNOR CROWNED QUEEN

Senior Bailey Connor was crowned the 42nd homecoming queen during halftime of the football game at Spencer Field on Oct. 18. The senior class nominated seven girls from the class to be on the homecoming court, and students in grades nine-12 voted for the queen. In addition to Connor, the following seniors were elected to the court: Maggie Goodson, Hazel Gray Hudson, Ann Elizabeth McCreight, Jane Elizabeth Segars, McKenzie Smith and Bailey Stokes. A variety of activities took place to celebrate homecoming. Spirit week found students dressing up to the following themes: animal, character, nerd, patriotic and extreme blue and white. Students arrived to campus the morning of homecoming to find the entire high school building decorated by the varsity cheerleading squad to the theme of Baron Road Trip featuring scenes from around the nation. The 40th annual homecoming parade, which traveled the five-mile route through nearby neighborhoods, was held the afternoon of the 18th. Each class in grades six through 12 sponsored a float decorated to themes ranging from Hawaiian to “Duck Dynasty,” and every middle and high school student rode in the parade. FIFTH GRADE VISITS WASHINGTON

Filling three chartered busses the 66 fifth-grade students and their chaperones, led by the trip’s coordinator, Charles Smith, departed for the 32nd annual Washington, D.C., area trip on Oct. 19. The group spent two full days sightseeing in the city and the surrounding area, visiting such points of interest as the Capitol, White House, Library of Congress, Arlington National Cemetery, National Cathedral, Embassy Row, Union Station and National Archives. The group spent a day at Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia and visited Jamestown Festival Park before returning home on Oct. 23. FALL FESTIVAL

The PTO’s annual Fall Festival will be held Oct. 29 from 5 to 8 p.m. on Spencer Field and in the Nash Student Center. In addition to the traditional game booths sponsored by the lower school classes, there will be a haunted house, an inflatable bouncy house, an inflatable rock climb and slide, a DJ booth and a mad scientist table. There will also be a costume contest, a country store featuring homemade baked goods and frozen casseroles, a dunking booth, pony rides, and concessions. PINK OUT

In recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Wilson Hall’s fourth annual Pink Out was held during the varsity football game on Oct. 11. In addition to the fans, players and cheerleaders wearing pink to the game, students raised $1,007 for Susan G. Komen for the Cure by selling Cookies for the Cure and soliciting donations from the game’s patrons. — Sean Hoskins

Lee County School District LCSD SUPERINTENDENT TO SPEAK AT MORRIS

As part of the American Education Week celebration, District Superintendent Dr. Wanda L. Andrews will serve as the guest speaker at Morris College on Thursday, Nov. 21, at 10 a.m. at the NealJones Auditorium.

LCAE IMPLEMENTS FAMILY LITERACY PROGRAM

The Lee County Adult Education Program is implementing a Family Literacy Program specifically targeting parents with children birth to age 8. The sessions are held weeknights at Lee County Adult Education and will end June 30, 2014, with a Recognition Celebration. Opportunities for labs will be given on Saturdays. For information and to register, call (803) 484-4040. LEE COUNTY FIRE DEPARTMENT VISITS SCHOOLS

On Oct. 11 and 16, the Lee County Fire Department visited Lower Lee and West Lee elementary schools, respectively, to showcase their profession. They conducted tours and gave a presentation on their role in the community and highlighted their work and training requirements for employment. LCCTC STUDENTS ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE

On Oct. 15, the Lee County Career & Technology Center’s FFA traveled to the S.C. State Fair to compete in the State Tractor Driving Career Development Event. The LCCTC FFA was presented an award for being Ambassadors of Agriculture during the “From Field to Fair” program. Career center students celebrated Teen Read Week activities as well. Students participated in “Bring a Novel and Pillow Ready Day” and a scavenger hunt with the theme “Seek the Unknown @ Your Library.” DECA students hosted the fundraiser “Think Berry Pink” to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society. DECA students also participated in the Stock Market Game using the internet to compete against other DECA students in South Carolina. — Lori Link

The Sumter Area Reading Council is part of the S.C. and the International Reading Council. The mission of the organization is to promote reading by continuously advancing the quality of literacy instruction and research worldwide. BANTAMS PINK OUT DAY

The student council of Bates Middle, an International Baccalaureate (IB) school, held Pink Out Day to increase awareness about breast cancer. During the first week of October, the students shared a breast cancer fact daily over the morning announcements. On Pink Out Day, students read important details about the Susan Komen Foundation and its role in supporting breast cancer patients. The students made a presentation to Cassandra Scott, honoring her for her battle with breast cancer last year. Student council also sponsored a grade-level penny war competition in order to raise funds for the Foundation, and a raffle was held during a ball game to help raise funds for student council’s donation. English language arts teacher Stanley Hayes and social studies teacher Donald Amis created displays and taught lessons to allow students to learn more breast cancer.

CAREER CENTER LICENSED

The Sumter County Career Center is now licensed as a Youth Apprenticeship Program. The program was approved by the United States Department of Labor and is officially registered. Brian Rauschenbach from Apprenticeship Carolina, under the auspices of the S.C. Technical College System, was on hand Friday to present Career Center Principal Shirrie Miller with the plaque displaying the certification. According to Rauschenbach, apprenticeships are a different approach to education. It is a tremendous asset to students as well as employers when students begin working at 16 or 17 years old. Apprenticeships encompass not only the technical competencies needed to do a skilled job, but also the educational competencies. Both instructors and on-site job supervisors must sign off on the apprenticeship to show that the student has mastered the skills necessary for the job. Some of the benefits of an apprenticeship include on the job learning, job-related education and scalable wage progression. Industries who hire student apprentices reduce their turnover rate, and both the students and the business have the benefit of a “two year interview process.” Upon successful completion of the program, the apprentice gets a nationally recognized certificate of completion of the program. At the Career Center, the first group of students who hope to become involved in the apprenticeships are the students enrolled in the mechatronics course. Mechatronics is a combination of mechanics, electronics, automation and robotics. It is a multidisciplinary field and is one of the most dynamically developing fields of technology and science. Career Center mechatronics instructor Wendy Jacobs is excited about the program. She is in contact with Central Carolina and Continental Tire representatives to ensure she is teaching what the students will need at the next level. While mechatronics is the beginning of the apprenticeship programs in the district, Sumter School District is working to incorporate them into the three high schools. READING COUNCIL GROWING

The Sumter Area Reading Council has been active this year and is growing. After a successful kickoff in September, the group held its second meeting of the year at Oakland Primary this month. Lakewood High School took home the traveling Jukebox Trophy this month for the donation of the most children’s books. Ebenezer Middle School boasted 100 percent faculty membership in the organization. Each school in the district is currently selecting their campus Distinguished Reading Teacher of the year. The nominees will all compete for the District Teacher of the Year.

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and teacher. After they rode rides, they discussed the physics concepts that they experienced; they also filled out a worksheet analyzing the angle of sight, velocity, time and gravity of the Tower of Fear (a free-fall ride). There were eight individual experiments that students could either watch or perform themselves at this exhibit. The class especially enjoyed demonstrations illustrating inertia, frequency and sound waves, liquid nitrogen and electromagnets. STUDENTS INDUCTED

On Oct. 24, sophomores Clay Coombs, Mitchell Griffith, De’Jsha Tatum and junior Arianah Medlock were inducted into the American Christian Honor Society. The ACHS was founded by the American Association of Christian Schools in 1979 to honor qualified high school students and to be uniquely Christian in its emphasis. The ACHS seeks to advance Christian scholarship, challenge Christian leadership, honor Christian character and stimulate Christian service. These new members were received by current members Stephanie Coombs, Noah Griffin, Sarah Hutson, Ashlyn McLeod, Emari Rhyens, Katelynn Mahoney, Ta’Niss Robinson and Victoria Rollings.

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Report cards will be issued in Sumter School District tomorrow. Parents with concerns about their students’ progress are asked to call the school to schedule a parent-teacher conference. — Mary B.Sheridan

This week Kaiden Hales from K5, Kayla Bishop from first grade, Emani Hammett from second grade, Zayne Burke from third grade, Dakota King from fourth grade, Zane Timmons and Kyle Painter from fifth grade, Peyton Griffith from sixth grade, Elizabeth McDearis from seventh grade, and Victoria Hodge from eighth grade all received the Student of the Week award for good behavior and participation in class. — Mirian Marritt

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Summerton Early Childhood Center staff and students joined schools around the state and globe in promoting Safe Routes to Schools on Oct. 9. Walk to School South Carolina encourages students to eat smart and be involved in physical activities. Students and staff wore their walking shoes and participated in a stroll up and down the hallways of SECC. The morning was re-energized for learning following the walk around SECC. In recognition of Fire Prevention Month, firefighters from the Clarendon County Fire Department gave students a hands-on lesson on fire safety. Students were briefed on the importance of having a pre-determined meeting place away from the road and when the smoke goes up, they get down. Students were awed by the firefighter dressed in his gear. At the end of the presentation, students were allowed on the fire truck. SECC was “orange-ized” by the wearing of orange to signify that they are a bully free school. In conjunction with the Town and the Start Now Community Development Coop., students and staff wore orange on Oct. 9. Town of Summerton Councilman, Terrance Tindal spoke to students about how to stop bullying and not be victimized by it. “Think Twice, Be Nice” was the central point of his message. Students were guided into a song (“Don’t Bully, Be Happy”) that was led and directed by Tindal. All students posted orange handprints on a schoolwide banner as a pledge to say “No” to bullying. SCOTT’S BRANCH MIDDLE / HIGH

Scott’s Branch Middle/ High School faculty, staff and students showed their support of two national campaigns for October: Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Domestic Violence Awareness Month. On Oct. 15, students, faculty and staff wore pink in support of those who have battled with or lost their lives to breast cancer. Men women, boys and girls donned their pink to let everyone know that they care about the status of women in their families and communities. All staff were given pink ribbons to wear throughout October. On Oct. 17, the faculty wore purple in recognition of domestic violence and those who have suffered or lost their lives at the hands of domestic violence. All staff were given purple ribbons to wear in support of this worthy cause. — Beverly Spry

Sumter Christian School STUDENTS LEARN AT STATE FAIR

Physics teacher Carol Rollings was able to take her physics/pre-calculus students to the state fair in Columbia on Oct. 15 for a physics exhibition. The students not only gained a deeper understanding of physics by hands-on experiments but also got to enjoy the S.C. State Fair with their classmates

Morris College ALPHA WEEK

Xi Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. will recognize Alpha Week Monday through Friday. Activities are as follows: • Monday — A leadership forum, “Building Your Financial Dream,” at 7 p.m. in the Wilson-Booker Lecture Room. This forum is sponsored by Ron Chapman and First Citizens Bank. • Tuesday — Dr. Maggie Glover, director of developmental programs at the college, along with Von Gretchen Nelson and Selena Smith will present “Black Women’s Empowerment — Calling Dreams” at 7 p.m. in the Wilson Booker Lecture Room. • Thursday — The fraternity will hold their Founder’ Day Assembly at 10 a.m. in the Neal-Jones Auditorium. ATHLETICS

The Hornets Volleyball Team will play St. Andrews University at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Garrick-Boykin Gymnasium. This is the team’s final home game of the season. — Vicky L. Sutton-Jackson

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Sumter native Dr. Kendall Dwayne Deas graduated May 10 with a PhD in education law and policy from The University of Georgia’s College of Education in Athens. Deas is a 1983 graduate of Sumter High School and a recipient of the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship. He was a U.S. Fulbright Scholar to Finland in DEAS 1991-92 and holds a bachelor of science in foreign service degree in international relations and a certificate in Western European studies from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, a master of arts degree in globalization studies from Darmouth College, a master of arts degree in political science from Washington University in St. Louis, a MSPP degree in public policy from The Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of Public Policy and certificates in public policy from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and the University of Texas at Austin’s LBJ School of Public Affairs. Deas was a visiting student at Mansfield College of Oxford University and completed the Yale University Summer Language Institute on scholarship. He recently accepted a faculty position with College of Charleston’s School of Education, Health and Human Performance in Charleston. Deas is a son of Ms. Ellaree L. Deas and the late Dr. Wilson C. Deas of Sumter.


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ANNIVERSARY from Page C1 Orson Welles knew that just like today, people channel surfed, so they left Edgar Bergen during the musical interlude, and they stumbled upon ‘War of the Worlds.’ “Welles knew that, but of course he couldn’t admit to that,” Bucker continued, “but it was very much orchestrated to make a splash. Welles was a big guy in New York, but he hadn’t yet emerged on the national scene until this. This made him a household name. That’s when he got the offer from Hollywood. “The radio play, like (Welles’ famous film) ‘Citizen Kane,’ is a satire of the mass media, which the book doesn’t address, of how the media can manipulate the truth.” Bucker said Welles would probably be doing something outrageous on the internet if he were a young man today. “His ’War of the Worlds’ is definitely still worth listening to,” he said. “Radio may be even healthier than movie theaters. People still listen to radio if nowhere but in their cars, because radio allows you to do something else while you’re listening. I listen while I’m washing my dishes.” INVADERS FROM MARS In 1938, Bucker said, “It was a lot more immediate to listeners. If you look at the front page of the newspapers the day after ‘War of the Worlds’ and then look at the other stories, Oct. 1 of 1938, Hitler marched into Sudetenland. ... Every day there was talk of Nazi encroachment in Europe, which is a foreign invasion. The whole world knew war was coming. Radio listeners may not have focused on the word Martian, they may have just heard ‘foreign invasion.’” As those channel surfers tuned in to the Mercury Theatre, where tango music was playing, they heard a newsman break in with a report of strange explosions on Mars. Following his initial announcement, the dance program continued with, ironically, Hoagy Carmichael’s “Stardust,” only to be continually interrupted with updates.

ABOVE: The Martians on the cover of the original Wells novel were pretty scary when the book was published in 1898. On Oct. 30, 1938, when Orson Welles and the Mercury Theatre presented a live radio play adapted from the novel, many people thought it was real, and some panicked.

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After a few minutes, an announcer reported from Grovers Mill, N.J.: “I hardly know where to begin, to paint for you a word picture of the strange scene before my eyes, like something out of a modern ‘Arabian Nights.’ ... Yes, I guess that’s the . . . thing, directly in front of me, half buried in a vast pit. Must have struck with terrific force. The ground is covered with splinters of a tree it must have struck on its way down. What I can see of the . . . object itself doesn’t look very much like a meteor, at least not the meteors I’ve seen. It looks more like a huge cylinder.”

YESTERYEAR from Page C1 paving program. The work is proceeding very rapidly, and this first coat will probably be down on all the streets within a few days, City Manager J.A. Raffield said this morning that citizens living on the streets that are being paved not drive their cars on this priming for several days. Barriers will be removed as soon as it is safe to drive on these streets. A petition to City Council to amend the traffic rules so as to permit left turns from Main Street onto Caldwell and Dugan Streets is being circulated for signatures by motorists and other citizens who find the “no left turn” rule an inconvenience to those who have business at the post office and on Caldwell and Dugan streets. The athletic field at the County Fairgrounds ought to be thoroughly equipped when the WPA allotment announced yesterday has been expended to carry out the plans prepared by the committee in charge. The Main and Liberty traffic light was repaired and returned to service yesterday afternoon and the traffic officer relieved of extra duty. Athletic fields serve an excellent purpose but a few sizeable vacant lots would be more to the liking of the kids who play sand lot baseball, without official coaches, umpires or supervisors. If you doubt this ask some kids. Sumter County Farmers 4-H Win Top Honors — Sumter coun-

ty farmers and 4-H club members made a most creditable showing at the second annual state “fat stock” show that is being held in Florence. This show is open to farmers and club members all over the state, and entries of fine stock are entered from many counties. A total of 141 excellent beef cattle are entered. N.C. Griffin of Pinewood won grand champion hog and Mitchell Edens, a 4-H club boy, won grand champion steer, both championships coming to Sumter County. To cap the day’s honors the Sumter 4-H boys judging team won the judging contest under the strictest competition against teams from several countries. Amusement company to open season — The Bullock Amusement Company is ready for the season, which will be opened by a week’s stay in Sumter. The company, a completely motorized and modernized amusement enterprise, has adopted Sumter as headquarters. The equipment is stored in the Sumter County fairgrounds, and most of the employees are from this vicinity. The company overhauls all equipment each winter. A large quantity of supplies is used, such as paint, hardware, electrical supplies, lumber, etc. All are purchased from local dealers. Ford trucks are used to transport the equipment. Owner Bullock says he finds that Ford trucks are the best by test, among new equipment purchased

from the Bland Motor Company. “Electra” returns — Due to the tremendous response to the performance of two weeks ago, a return engagement of “Electra” has been booked by the Home Furniture Company, South Main Street, for Monday through Thursday of next week. “Electra” will appear in the front show window of the Home Furniture Company at 15 minutes intervals. At the movies — Playing at the Sumter Theatre this week are “Paris Honeymoon” starring Bing Crosby, Franciska Gaal, Axim Tamiroff and Shirley Ross along with “Farmyard Symphony” with Donald Duck and Paramount Pictorial No. 9; “Tom Sawyer Detective” with Donald O’Connor; “Renegade Trail” with William Boyd; and “Gunga Din” with Cary Grant, Victor McLaglen and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Showing at the Rex are “Arizona Legion” with George O’Brien and Laraine Johnson; “Judge Hardy’s Children” with Mickey Rooney, Lewis Stone, Cecilia Parker and Fay Holden. 50 YEARS AGO — 1963 Dec. 21-27 The Church of God held groundbreaking ceremonies for a new sanctuary on Highway 521. The new structure will be completed next March. Attending the ceremony were R. Nobles, Leo Tindal and Lewis McCoy, trustees, and the Rev. Orville Hagan, pastor. Sports news — Bobby Richardson of the New York Yankees, one of

The reporter’s next bulletin gave a description of the aliens themselves: “Good heavens, something’s wriggling out of the shadow like a gray snake. Now it’s another one, and another. They look like tentacles to me. There, I can see the thing’s body. It’s large as a bear and it glistens like wet leather. But that face. It ... it’s indescribable. I can hardly force myself to keep looking at it. “The eyes are black and gleam like a serpent. The mouth is Vshaped with saliva dripping from its rimless lips that seem to quiver and pulsate. The thing is raising up. The

baseball’s outstanding second basemen and a leader among professional athletes, is the 1963 winner of the Lou Gehrig Memorial Award. The award was established in 1955 to honor players who have reflected credit on major league baseball to an exceptional degree. Richardson’s selection was announced here today by the Lou Gehrig Award Committee of Phi Delta Theta, national college fraternity, which Gehrig joined while a student at Columbia University. Richardson, in his seventh full season as a Yankee, led the New York club in hits, times at bat and stolen bases. He and shortstop Tony Kubek form one of the greatest double play combinations. He is a hard, clean competitor by precept and example and has exerted a constructive influence on the youth of this country. The first annual Holiday Tournament held at Lincoln High School came to a close Saturday night with the awarding of trophies to six teams for outstanding play. First place awards went to the Lincoln High boys and the Ebenezer girls. Second place awards went to the Scotts Branch boys and girls. Third place trophies went to the Manchester girls and the Eastern boys. Work to begin on industrial park — Travelers going north and south through Sumter on U.S. Highway 15 will hardly be able to miss seeing Sumter’s newest industrial area. A huge new sign erected by the Sumter County Develop-

LEFT: H.G. Wells’ novel described a Martian invader as a “monstrous tripod, higher than many houses, striding over the young pine trees, and smashing them aside in its career; a walking engine of glittering metal, striding now across the heather; ... .and the brazen hood that surmounted it moved to and fro with the inevitable suggestion of a head looking about. ... puffs of green smoke squirted out from the joints of the limbs as the monster swept by me.”

crowd falls back. They’ve seen enough. This is the most extraordinary experience. I can’t find words.” Soon, to many listeners, Martians were invading Earth, and it began to appear there was very little Earth people could do about it. At 9 p.m. Tuesday, SCETV will present PBS’ American Experience documentary “War of the Worlds,” which explores Orson Welles’ ingenious use of the new medium of radio. See it on broadcast channels 27and 35; Time-Warner Cable channel 11; Farmers Telephone Channel 14.

ment Board signals the beginning of a general development of the new park by the city, county and the development board, an aim of the Chamber of Commerce. The new park, comprising some 1,000 acres, was acquired by the city and county this year to provide land for the new industries desiring sites already equipped with utilities and suitable for industrial purposes. Mrs. Moise dies — Margaret Moise, 54, wife of Marion Moise, died suddenly at her home after being in failing health for some time. Born in Marion in February 1909, she was the daughter of the late James and Eliza McDuffie Taylor. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church. She will be interred in the Jewish Cemetery. Variety of tree seedlings available — Forest tree shipments from the four forest tree nurseries operated by the S.C. Commission of Forestry started Dec. 2. Seedlings are being shipped to landowners throughout the state for planting on unproductive and idle land. There is an ample supply of loblolly and slash pine and red cedar seedlings to fill additional orders. The entire supply of other species has already been ordered. Loblolly and slash pine seedlings are sold at $4 per thousand, while red cedar seedlings are $7 per thousand at Forestry Commission nurseries. There is an additional cost of $1 per thousand if seedlings are shipped by truck or express.

Bishopville student awarded scholarship — A rising sophomore major in civil engineering, Charles H. King of Bishopville, is the recipient of the first $500 scholarship given at Clemson College by the South Carolina Association of County Road Officials. The award was presented by Guy W. Neely of Pickens, association president, at a ceremony which included other association officials, John P. Ashmore Jr., first vicepresident; J.B. Brockman, executive secretary; Dr. R.C. Edwards, Clemson president; and Dr. Joseph H. Moore, head of the Clemson civil engineering department. At the movies — Playing at the Sky-Vue was “Come September,” with Rock Hudson, Gina Lollobrigida, Sandra Dee and Bobby Darin; “Lover Come Back” starring Rock Hudson and Doris Day; “Spiral Road” starring Rock Hudson and “Destry” starring Audie Murphy. The Sumter Theatre offered a double feature with “The Gun Hawk” starring Rory Calhoun, Rod Cameron, Ruta Lee and Rod Lauren, and “Cry of Battle” with Van Heflin, Rita Moreno and James MacArthur. Starting Christmas Day is Walt Disney’s “The Sword in the Stone.” Playing at the Carolina was “Siege of the Saxons” with Janette Scott and Ronald Lewis followed later in the week by “McLintock” starring John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara. Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at waysammy@yahoo.com or (803) 774-1294.


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Teen pregnancy is no laughing matter, but how the two families on "Welcome to the Family," airing Thursday at 8:30 p.m. on NBC, deal with it is. Dan Yoder (Mike O'Malley) and his wife, Caroline (Mary McCormack), were so excited about their daughter, Molly (Ella Rae Peck), graduating high school. They couldn't wait to be empty nesters again. Stanford-bound Junior Hernandez' (Joseph Haro) parents, Miguel (Ricardo Chavira) and Lisette (Justina Machado), could not be prouder of their perfect son. That is until they find out his girlfriend, Molly, is pregnant. Oh, and so is Caroline. The two families must come together to deal with the crisis - and while it isn't always pretty - it is fun. The Hernandezes believe Molly has ruined their son's life, and the Yoders feel the same way about Junior ruining Molly's. What they soon discover is that if they don't pull together and find a way to get along, they'll lose both of their kids who are determined to raise their baby. As serious as this all sounds, and it is, the two families use humor and love to deal with the situation. The idea for the series came to creator and executive producer Mike Sikowitz when he was shopping. "I was in a store with my wife and our then three year old," says the producer. "She was returning some clothes. It was taking forever. And my three year old boy starts to play with a little three year old boy, who

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happened to be Latino. And I looked up, and I started talking to this kid's dad. And I realized this is a city of four million people. There are so many people who are so different than I am right here in the same city. We've had totally different experiences growing up - me and this guy. "But we're just two dads of two little kids. And it just seemed like - I started to think what if this guy and I became friends, or could we become friends, and how would that work? And then I sort of brought that germ of the idea to Sony and to NBC, and we developed it into what if there was even more of a connection than three year old kids, like something that you couldn't escape, like a teen pregnancy? And that - just that little chance meeting with this guy in this store became the germ of the idea, and that grew into this." The comparison has been made between Sikowitz' series and "All in the Family." While he doesn't mind being compared to such a great show, he promises his is different. "'All in the Family' was one of my favorite shows, it revolved around the fact that it was a real clash of cultures. I mean, Archie Bunker was a lovable bigot, but he was a bigot. And in 2013 in a show set in Los Angeles, I don't think any of us have any interest in playing 'I don't like this guy because he's other than me' or 'I don't understand why these people do what they do.' This is more just about a clash, not of cultures, but of personalities and of families. So while I think we draw 2:30

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from those shows just in that they're family shows and that there's nice conflict at the center, I think we're making a real distinction here because I don't think that would fly today to have a guy - you know, these are two intelligent guys too, who I think are too smart to go, 'Oh, I don't like that guy because he's this or that' or 'I don't get them.' It's more just - there's the line in the pilot: He's (Dan) like, 'I don't have any problem with Latinos. I have a problem with that Latino.' I think that kind of sums up that this is more personal and less universal. I imagine that these guys - these characters have friends who are Latino or friends who are white. So it's not about that. It's more just an element in the show." In Focus: Set in the late 19th Century, "Dracula" airing Friday at 10 p.m. on NBC, features Jonathan Rhys Meyers in the title role. But his isn't like any of the incarnations we've seen before of Bram Stoker's character. This time around Dracula is posing as an American entrepreneur who avoids the sun, but is determined to bring new technology to Victorian society. There's also a bit of revenge going on as he is determined to take down an organization that has been trying to kill him for years, and is responsible for the death of his wife. Of course, nothing goes as planned, and when he meets a beautiful woman who reminds him of his dead wife, all bets are off. Victoria Smurfit, Thomas Kretschmann, Jessica De Gouw, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Nonso Anozie and Katie McGrath also star.

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CABLE CHANNELS Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage NY Storage NY Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Red Planet (‘00, Science Fiction) aa Val Kilmer. The Matrix (‘99, Science Fiction) aaaa Keanu Reeves. (HD) Walking Dead (HD) A Nightmare on Elm Street (‘10) aa (HD) Tanked (HD) Tanked (HD) Tanked: Unfiltered (N) Tanked (HD) Tanked (N) (HD) Tanked (HD) Tanked (HD) Tanked (HD) 106 & Park Rap battles. (N) (HD) The Secret Life of Bees (‘08, Drama) aaa Dakota Fanning. Comedy Series Bruce Bruce (‘13) Husbands Wendy Williams (HD) Waiting to Exhale aac Housewives: Floridon’t Housewives Styled To Rock (N) Honey (‘03, Drama) ac Jessica Alba. Honey (‘03, Drama) ac Jessica Alba. Styled To Rock Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) Fugitives Car Chaser Car Chaser Greed Still scamming. Mad Money Car Chaser Car Chaser Greed Still scamming. Situation Crossfire Erin Burnett (N) Cooper 360° (N) (HD) Piers Morgan LIVE (N) Special Report Anthony Exotic foods. Cooper 360° (HD) Special Report South Prk Tosh (HD) Colbert Daily (HD) Futurama Futurama Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Key; Peele Key; Peele Tosh (HD) South Prk South Prk American Pie 2 (‘01) aa (HD) Good Luck Jessie Blog Jessie Jessie (N) Blog (N) Phineas Fish Hooks Liv (HD) Austin Jessie Good Luck Shake It A.N.T. Jessie Good Luck Gold Rush (HD) Gold Rush: Pay Dirt Mining; extras. (HD) Gold Rush (HD) NFL In Season (HD) Gold Rush (HD) NFL In Season (HD) Gold Rush (HD) SportsCenter (HD) NBA Countdown (HD) NBA Basketball: Miami Heat at Brooklyn Nets z{| (HD) NBA Basketball: San Antonio vs Los Angeles z{| (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Horn (HD) Interruptn NFL Kickoff (HD) College F-Ball (HD) College Football: USC Trojans at Oregon State Beavers z{| (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Olbermann (HD) Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (‘05) Johnny Depp. (HD) Alice in Wonderland (‘10, Fantasy) aac Stephen Fry. (HD) The 700 Club Bel-Air Bel-Air Bel-Air Bel-Air Guy’s: Frozen Feats Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Mystery Mystery Diners Diners Diners Diners Special Report (HD) On the Record (N) O’Reilly Factor (N) The Kelly File Hannity (HD) O’Reilly Factor (HD) The Kelly File Hannity (HD) Preview Pregame NHL Hockey: Tampa Bay vs Carolina z{| (HD) Postgame New College (HD) World Poker (HD) NHL Hockey: Tampa Bay vs Carolina (HD) Waltons: The Beau Waltons Curt died. A Boyfriend for Christmas (‘04) Kelli Williams. Meet the Santas (‘05) aa Steve Guttenberg. Christmas with Holly (‘12) Friday Harbor. (HD) Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Cool Pools (N) Water Homes (N) Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Water Homes Hunters Hunters American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) American American American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Witches of East (HD) Witches of East (HD) Hocus Pocus (‘93, Fantasy) Bette Midler. (HD) Hocus Pocus (‘93, Fantasy) Bette Midler. (HD) Hocus Pocus (‘93, Fantasy) Bette Midler. (HD) Sponge Sponge Sam & Cat Drake Sanjay Airbender Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Friends Friends Christine Christine Lopez Lopez Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Countdown Cops Cops Jail (HD) Jail (HD) Meteor Storm ac (HD) Vegas WWE SmackDown (HD) Haven: Crush (N) Being Human (HD) Haven: Crush Meteor (‘09) ac (HD) Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Dad (HD) Anchorman: Legend of Ron Burgundy (HD) Land of the Lost (‘09, Comedy) aa Will Ferrell. Office Office Office Get Smart The Brothers Rico (‘57, Crime) Richard Conte. It Happened One Night (‘34) aaac Clark Gable. His Girl Friday (‘40) Cary Grant. (:45) Libeled Lady (‘36, Comedy) Jean Harlow. Nothing Big Bliss Secret Princes (HD) Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Secret Princes (N) Say Yes Say Yes Secret Princes (HD) Say Yes Say Yes Castle (HD) Castle: Ghosts (HD) The Town (‘10, Crime) aaac Ben Affleck. A Boston thief. (HD) Limitless (‘11, Thriller) aaa Bradley Cooper. (HD) (:45) Inception (‘10) aaaa (HD) World’s Dumbest... Dumbest Dumbest Top 20 Dance moves. Top 20 (:01) Dumbest (:02) Dumbest (:02) Top 20 Bonanza Griffith Griffith Griffith Griffith Griffith Raymond Raymond Friends Friends Queens Queens Queens Queens Loves Raymond (HD) NCIS: Gone (HD) NCIS: L. A. (HD) Family Family Family Family It Takes a Choir (N) White Collar (HD) CSI: Crime (HD) Choir Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Kendra on Kendra on Kendra on Kendra on Kendra on Top (N) Kendra on Top (HD) Kendra on Top (HD) Unveiled Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met News (HD) How I Met Rules Rules Parks Parks 30 Rock

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HIGHLIGHTS The Middle 8:00 p.m. on WOLO Sue and her fellow Wrestlerettes hold a seance during a sleepover, leading to a claim that she has seen Christopher Columbus and one of his ships; Axl is the focus of hazing as he’s thrown out of the party being thrown in his own room. (HD) Back in the Game 8:30 p.m. on WOLO Danny decides this year he wants to spend Halloween without his mom and rallies the team to go trick-or-treating and even comes up with a plan if David shows up; Lulu and Terry celebrate Halloween as adults; The Cannon gets competitive in a cemetary. (HD) Super Fun Night 9:31 p.m. on WOLO Kimmie has a wild, alcohol-fueled girls’ night out with her frenemy, Kendall, and begins to realize that they may have some things in common; Marika and Helen-Alice go to the Murna Princess Warrior Convention and meet the actress they idolize. (HD) Ironside (Blair Underwood) and 10:00Ironside p.m. on WIS the team stumHot pursuit turns ble upon a garinto a homicide bage bag filled investigation when with severed the team stumbles body parts on upon a garbage bag "Ironside," airing filled with severed Wednesday at body parts during a 10 p.m. on WIS. rooftop chase, and as more victims begin appearing around the city, the trail leads to an infamous motorcycle gang. (HD) Nashville 10:00 p.m. on WOLO Rayna sits down with ABC News’ Robin Roberts to settle all issues personal and professional before heading out to the Belle Meade Polo Match to find investors for her label; Juliette has an awkward moment with Deacon; Scarlett gets advice from Avery. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS Parks and Recreation 8:00 p.m. on WIS A recall vote occurs on the day of Halloween, while Leslie, Ben, Ann, and Chris are trying to prepare a haunted house; in a desperation move to keep his business from going under, Tom convinces Ron to help him save Rent-A-Swag. (HD) It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown Leslie (Amy 8:00 p.m. on Poehler) and the WOLO rest of the gang As the Peanuts prepare for gang celebrates Halloween on Halloween, Linus "Parks and Recreation," air- camps out in the ing Thursday at pumpkin patch to hold vigil for the 8 p.m. on WIS. arrival of the mythical Great Pumpkin; Charlie Brown gets rocks in his trick-or-treat bag and an invitation to a costume party. Project Runway All Stars 9:00 p.m. on LIFE The remaining designers must fend off creepy crawlers while trying to create a look inspired by insects and spiders found at the American Museum of Natural History; season nine winner Anya and jewelry designer Jennifer Meyer help judge. (HD) Million Dollar Shoppers 10:00 p.m. on LIFE Gregg and Tayler shop for a woman who cannot decide on a theme or budget; Amy’s client Liz needs a wardrobe worthy of her CEO status; Derek realizes he must help a fashion hoarder downsize after seeing her eight full closets. (HD) Covert Affairs 10:01 p.m. on USA Since Calder is his only ally inside of Langley, Henry decides he must reach out to him; during Joan’s deposition, something is revealed that pushes Arthur away; a love interest from the past lets Auggie know that she still has feelings for him.

HIGHLIGHTS The Matrix 8:00 p.m. on AMC A computer hacker joins a shadowy, underground group’s struggle to free humankind from slavery after he is shown that reality is nothing more than an illusion engineered by artificially intelligent machines that use human beings for fuel. (HD) MasterChef 8:00 p.m. on WACH The four remaining finalists prepare for the last challenge, but only two competitors may move on after impressing with chicken dishes; the final two must impress with over-the-top three-course meals in order to be named winner of the $100,000 prize. (HD) Last Man Standing Mike (Tim Allen) 8:00 p.m. on WOLO is reluctant to Mike is reluctant to support his support his neighneighbor in her bid for the local bor in her bid for school board on the school board, "Last Man Stand- making him susing," airing Friday pect number one when her campaign at 8 p.m. on signs start disapWOLO. pearing; Eve tries to get romance advice from Mandy and Kristin; Kyle wonders about the new employee. (HD) The Neighbors 8:31 p.m. on WOLO Debbie tries to focus on how things are developing between Amber and Reggie while everyone else gets caught up in the football season; Jackie and Debbie set up a date for Amber and Reggie; Larry decides to replace golf with football. (HD) Dracula 10:00 p.m. on WIS Grayson investigates Lady Jayne’s involvement with The Order of the Dragon, taking her as his lover in the process; Van Helsing continues in his efforts to cure Grayson of his affliction; Harker makes deal with Grayson that has surprising results. (HD)


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CABLE CHANNELS Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Flip This House (HD) Flip House Flipping Vegas (HD) Flipping Vegas (HD) Flipping Vegas (HD) Flipping Vegas (HD) Gov’s Wife Gov’s Wife Storage Storage Rawhide The Undefeated (‘69, Western) aa John Wayne. Men in war. The Sons of Katie Elder (‘65, Western) aaa John Wayne. (HD) Four Brothers (‘05, Action) aac Mark Wahlberg. (HD) The Matrix (‘99) (HD) To Be Announced Pit Bulls (HD) Pit Bulls (HD) Pit Bulls (HD) Pit Bulls (HD) Pit Bulls (HD) Pit Bulls (HD) Pit Bulls (HD) Pit Bulls (HD) Pit Bulls (HD) Moesha Moesha Moesha Moesha Moesha Moesha Moesha Moesha Moesha Moesha Moesha Moesha The Secret Life of Bees (‘08, Drama) aaa Dakota Fanning. Waiting to Exhale (‘95) aac Top Chef Top Chef Top Chef Top Chef Vietnamese. Top Chef Real Housewives (HD) Real Housewives (HD) Real Housewives (HD) Real Housewives (HD) Real Housewives (HD) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. 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Men in Black 8:00 p.m. on AMC A veteran agent and a new recruit of a top secret government organization assigned to monitor the activities of aliens on Earth find themselves tracking a large bug that has plans to steal a galaxy that has been hidden for safe-keeping. (HD) Pit Bulls and Parolees: Unchained 8:00 p.m. on ANPL Tia remembers three roommates with fastpaced lives who wanted to adopt a pit bull, so she put a dog through several tests to ensure he can fit in with their extreme lifestyles; everyone recalls running for cover after discovering three beehives. Mission: Impossible II 8:00 p.m. on TNT An old lover complicates IMF agent Ethan Hunt’s assignment to track down a rogue agent who’s stolen a high-tech virus that could wipe out every human on Earth, and in order to save her, he must choose between the mission and his emotions. (HD) The 2013 World-renowned Breeders’ Cup 8:00 p.m. on WIS trainer Bob BafGame on Dude, fert is likely to who did not race run Game on as a two-year old, Dude in the has won 15 of 27 "2013 Breeders' starts and finished Cup Classic," in the money 21 airing Saturday times, earning $5.6 at 8 p.m. on million; Game on WIS. Dude has been unstoppable in 2013, winning all five starts, including the Santa Anita Handicap in March. (HD) Axe Cop 11:00 p.m. on WACH Axe Cop and his top-notch team of crime fighters face their biggest challenge to date as they are forced to begin searching for new jobs after defeating all of the criminals and villains of the world, and leaving them with none left to kill. (HD)

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MOVIE HIGHLIGHTS A Aliens aaac ‘86 Sigourney Weaver. A warrant officer and a group of Marines search for a missing space colony. R (3:00) AMC Fri. 12:30pm. An American Werewolf in London aaac ‘81 David Naughton. An American is attacked by a beast and inherits a supernatural curse. R (2:00) SYFY Tue. 12:00pm.

B Badlands aaac ‘73 Martin Sheen. A wealthy teen falls for a rebellious garbage collector, who kills her father. PG (1:45) TCM Tue. 8:00pm. Blow-Up aaac ‘66 Vanessa Redgrave. A successful but bored photographer unwittingly takes a picture of a murder. NR (2:00) TCM Wed. 3:15am.

C Catch Me If You Can aaac ‘02 Leonardo DiCaprio. An FBI agent tirelessly tracks a master con artist and check forger. PG-13 (3:00) TNT Sat. 12:00pm, 1:00am. Chinatown aaac ‘74 Jack Nicholson. A private eye uncovers sordid family and city

ACROSS 1. One of the girls on “The Brady Bunch” 4. “The Bronx __” (1987-88) 7. City between Austin and Fort Worth 8. “The Thrill __ __ All”; 1963 Doris Day film 10. Carl or Rob 12. The Flintstones’ pet 13. Role for Jim Nabors 14. __-dinky 15. Role on “Alice” 16. Williams and others 19. “__ of Malice”; Paul Newman/Sally Field film 21. Camera stand, often 22. Tease 25. “Cheers” actress

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26. __ Wilder 27. Dating couple gossiped about 28. Setting for “Men in Trees” 30. Fraternity letter 31. “Sesame Street” character 32. Big Rock Candy, for one: abbr. 33. “__ 54, Where Are You?” DOWN 1. Wyatt or Wyman 2. “__ Ventura: Pet Detective”; Jim Carrey movie 3. And not 4. 2007 film for Robert Downey, Jr. 5. “Person __ __” 6. Cries from sties 7. “Arrested Development” actor (2) 9. “__ Story 3”; highest-grossing film of 2010

10. Record speed letters 11. “Eagle __”; 2008 Shia LaBeouf movie 16. Recipe amt. 17. Old Olds 18. “This Is the __”; 2013 James Franco film 20. “Little __ __”; 1970 Dustin Hoffman movie 21. Tribal pole 23. 1996-97 Ted Danson sitcom 24. Arthur, for one 25. Wife to Wilding, Fisher and Burton 26. Actress Teri 28. “Good Morning America” network 29. Ms. Thompson

secrets in 1930s Los Angeles. R (2:15) TCM Tue. 2:00am. The Conversation aaac ‘74 Gene Hackman. A surveillance expert suspects his work is being used to plot a murder. PG (2:00) TCM Wed. 1:15am.

D The Dark Knight aaaa ‘08 Christian Bale. A new enemy attacks Gotham City and develops a personal enmity for Batman. PG-13 (3:15) TNT Sun. 8:00pm. Diabolique aaac ‘55 Simone Signoret. The wife and mistress of a sadistic man concoct a plan to get rid of him. NR (2:00) TCM Sun. 3:00am.

F Ferris Bueller’s Day Off aaac ‘86 Matthew Broderick. A high school student cuts classes for a day of adventure with his friends. PG-13 (2:15) COM Sun. 1:13pm. Forrest Gump aaaa ‘94 John William Galt. A slow-witted man grows to adulthood amid the historic events of four decades. PG-13 (3:00) FAM Sat. 8:00pm.

G Ghostbusters aaac ‘84 Bill Murray. A group of paranormal investigators goes into the ghost extermination business. PG (2:30) COM Thu. 8:30pm, 2:30am. The Graduate aaac ‘67 Anne Bancroft. A college graduate falls in love with the daughter of his married mistress. NR (2:00) TCM Mon. 8:00pm.

H Hachi: A Dog’s Tale aaac ‘09 Richard Gere. While boarding the train home, a college professor finds an abandoned dog. G (2:00) HALL Wed. 6:00pm. How Green Was My Valley aaac ‘41 Walter Pidgeon. A Welsh miner’s family faces a series of socio-economic changes over time. NR (2:15) TCM Sat. 8:00pm.

I Inception aaaa ‘10 Leonardo DiCaprio. In a world where entering dreams is possible, a man steals valuable secrets. PG-13 (3:15) TNT Fri. 12:45am.

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade aaac ‘89 Harrison Ford. In 1938, Indiana Jones embarks on a quest to find his father and the Holy Grail. PG-13 (3:00) SYFY Sat. 9:00pm.

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 Sat. 11:00am.

L The Last Picture Show aaac ‘71 Timothy Bottoms. Two friends face the challenges of encroaching adulthood in a small Texas town. R (2:15) TCM Mon. 1:30am. Libeled Lady aaa ‘36 Jean Harlow. A newspaper editor accidentally prints a libelous story about an heiress. NR (1:45) TCM Fri. 11:45pm.

M M*A*S*H aaac ‘70 Donald Sutherland. Doctors work in the Mobile Army Surgical Hospital during the Korean War. R (2:00) TCM Tue. 12:00am. The Matrix aaaa ‘99 Keanu Reeves. A hacker joins a shadowy collective’s struggle to free humankind from slavery. R (3:00) AMC Fri. 8:00pm., Sat. 5:00pm, 12:00am. ION Mon. 11:00am.

N A Nightmare on Elm Street aaac ‘84 John Saxon. The deadly spirit of a slain janitor invades the dreams of hapless teenagers. R (2:00) SPIKE Tue. 1:30pm., Wed. 9:30am.

O Of Mice and Men aaaa ‘39 Lon Chaney Jr. An itinerant farm worker and his mentally disabled friend find tragedy. NR (2:00) TCM Wed. 8:00pm.

P Paul aaa ‘11 Mia Stallard. Two sciencefiction fans meet an alien that joins them on adventures. R (2:00) USA Fri. 2:00am. The Phantom of the Opera aaac ‘25 Lon Chaney. A disfigured composer threatens an opera to make way for the singer he loves. NR (2:00) TCM Sun. 1:00am.

R Red Dragon aaa ‘02 Anthony Hopkins. An FBI agent tracks a serial killer whose murders coincide with a full moon. R (2:30) ION Thu. 11:30am.

S The Secret Garden aaac ‘49 Margaret O’Brien. A self-centered orphan girl explores a walled garden owned by her uncle. NR (2:00) TCM Sun. 6:00am. The Secret Life of Bees aaa ‘08 Dakota Fanning. A girl runs away from her troublesome father and moves into beekeepers’ ranch. PG-13 (2:30) BET Fri. 7:30pm., Sat. 2:00pm.

T Total Recall aaac ‘90 Arnold Schwarzenegger. A man uncovers his other life after receiving memory implants of a trip to Mars. R (2:00) TBS Thu. 2:00am. The Town aaac ‘10 Ben Affleck. A thief struggles to go straight while he falls in love and avoids the FBI. R (2:30) TNT Fri. 8:00pm., Sat. 5:15pm.

U Underworld: Rise of the Lycans aaa ‘09 Michael Sheen. The origins of the feud between the vampires and the werewolves are revealed. R (2:00) USA Wed. 8:00am.

W Where the Wild Things Are aaa ‘09 James Gandolfini. Boy leaves family and transports to magical land with oversized, wild beasts. PG (2:00) FAM Sat. 7:30am.

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