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Shaw Air Force Base’s host unit, the 20th Fighter Wing, has once again earned the Air Combat Command Meritorious Unit Award, a feat the wing also achieved in 2009, 2011 and 2012.

20th Fighter Wing again wins award given to top units FROM STAFF REPORTS The squadrons and groups that make up the 20th Fighter Wing at Shaw Air Force Base since 2001 have been involved in major combat operations in both Afghanistan, Iraq and other areas in southeast Asia. On Aug. 19, the U.S. Air Force recognized the men and women serving in the wing for their work during Operation Enduring Freedom — the official U.S. government name for the war in Afghanistan — by presenting them with the 2013 Air Combat Command Meritorious Unit Award. Given annually to only the top six units in Air Combat Command, the commendation was announced by Air Force Gen. Mike Hostage, its commander. Wing Commander Col. Clay Hall said the award “is given for exceptionally meritorious conduct in direct support of combat operations for at least 90 days against an armed SEE AWARD, PAGE A5


An Alice Drive Middle School football player is helped from the scene of Saturday’s Sumter School District activity bus crash off U.S. 521 North. Thirteen Alice Drive students and a coach were transported via ambulance for treatment for minor injuries after the wreck. The students are football players who were coming from a morning scrimmage at Donald L. Crolley Memorial Stadium. All injuries from the wreck were described as minor and non-life threatening.

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Middle school football team was returning from scrimmage BY BRISTOW MARCHANT Football players are used to getting hit on the field. But the biggest danger for the Alice Drive Middle School football team wasn’t the opposing team in Saturday’s scrimmage.

Instead, several students and their coach were taken to the hospital after their school activity bus crashed off U.S. 521 on their way home from the game. The bus was leaving Donald L. Crolley Memorial Stadium, where they were scrimmaging with other area middle schools Satur-

day morning. About 12:20 p.m., a car in front of the bus reportedly slammed on brakes north of Frierson Road. The bus, which was carrying 35 passengers, ran off the highway to avoid the car and struck a group of trees.

BY BRISTOW MARCHANT The officers in Sumter’s Crime Prevention Unit have a unique mission. Most of their colleagues in the Sumter Police Department respond to crimes after they’ve already been committed. But the job of the CPU is to try to stop those crimes from happening in the first place. “We have a multi-faceted operation,” said Lt. Don Florence, one of three officers assigned to the unit, along with Cpls. Joey Duggan and James Sinkler. “We provide crime prevention education to the public, we organize Neighborhood Watch groups, and we sponsor different community events to build a relationship with the community.” Three officers are assigned to the unit full


Emergency officials gather around the site off U.S. 521 where an activity bus carrying students and two coaches crashed into a wooded area.


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Emergency agencies look to surpass 2012 blood donation total Hingst. “We see it every day,” he said. Organizers of the inauDonations collected in gural Battle of the Badges Sumter will likely be used last year didn’t have anyto meet demand in the thing to compare the event local Red Cross region, acto. For this year’s secondcording to Jamie Muldrow, annual blood-drive compe- communications director tition between Sumter for the S.C. Blood Services County’s emergency agenRegion. cies, the goal is to meet or “These donations will be exceed the number of doused to fill local needs, and nations made in 2012. if there are any remaining, “Last year, we collected then it will be used to fill a total between 125 and other regions’ needs,” 150 pints over the whole Muldrow said. “That’s one week,” said Capt. Joey Dug- of the beauties of the Red gan, who is organizing this Cross. Being a national oryear’s battle for the second ganization, we can send time. supplies where they’re Members of five local needed, and if they’re able agencies — Sumter County to, other regions can send Emergency Medical Servic- theirs here when we need es, the Sumter County it.” Sheriff’s Office, the Sumter The process of giving Fire Department, Sumterblood is quick and (relaLee Regional Detention tively) painless. The whole Center and the Sumter Poprocedure takes about an lice Department — will hour, Muldrow said, with compete to raise at least the blood draw itself only that many taking donations about 10 during this SAVE LIVES minutes. week’s “People Potential donors must weigh at least 110 blood can do it pounds and be at least 17 years old (16 with drive, culon their parental consent). Donors are asked to bring a minating lunch photo ID. in an onbreak or Donors can give blood during the week of site drive on the way the Battle of the Badges at the Sumter donaat the to work,” tion center, 1155 N. Guignard Drive, from 11 Sumter she said. a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday to Wednesday and 9 County LiRed a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday. brary on Cross is The week ends with the Battle of the Badges Friday. even Blood Drive from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday at Family changing Sumter County Library, 111 N. Harvin St. members, its hours All donors will receive a Battle of the Badges friends to accomT-shirt and will be entered to win a $1,000 gift and memmodate card. bers of the donors for To schedule an appointment, call (803) 436public are the com2721 or (803) 775-2364, email jduggan@sumalso eligipetition. or visit and enter ble to doThe Guigthee sp th sponsor pon onso sorr co code de “Ba “BattleBadgesSumter.” Batt ttle leBa Badg dgges esSu Sumt mter er”. nate in nard Drive support of donation their precenter ferred normally agency isn’t open Monday for Labor through Day, but to Thursday help the at the Red agencies Cross docollect a nation full week’s center at 1155 N. Guignard worth of donations, workDrive. ers will be on hand MonDonors will receive a day to take donations for Battle of the Badges T-shirt. the Battle of the Badges. Recipients will receive a Last year’s battle was second chance at life. won by the fire depart“We try to keep it fun by ment, but the other four making it a competition agencies are trying to rebetween the different agen- cruit as many donors as cies,” said EMS Director they can to compete. Brian Hingst, “but overall “It’s hard to beat the fire it’s really about the impordepartment,” Hingst said. tance of giving blood.” “With the county volunDedicated as they are to teers, that department has saving people’s lives, the about 300 people. But county’s emergency reevery pint we collect will be sponders might have a a win.” closer connection than Duggan said late last most blood donors with week that many appointhow their donations ultiment times remain open, mately get used. and organizers are looking “I think all agencies unfor donors to sign up. derstand the importance of “You’d be surprised how what giving blood means,” many people are scared to Duggan said, “because we give,” he said. “That inknow the kinds of things cludes people in law enwe respond to.” forcement and firefighters. Emergency medical per- They can stick people with sonnel especially know a needle if they need to, but how important blood is for they’re not going to stand saving a life, according to in line for it.” BY BRISTOW MARCHANT


U.S. Air Force 20th Security Forces Squadron airmen huddle to discuss teams before a shoot, move and communicate exercise begins at Shaw Air Force Base on Aug. 21. Every six months, 20th SFS airmen are required to complete M4 carbine sufficiency training while learning to work as a team.

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Santee mall owner courts Catawbas BY ROBERT J. BAKER SANTEE — If the owner of the nearly empty Santee Outlet Mall has it his way, the oncethriving shopping center could serve as the next home for the Catawba Indian Nation’s bingo operation. Nation representatives said last week that mall owner Herman Lischkoff wrote to them on Aug. 15, asking South Carolina’s only federally recognized tribe if it wants to lease or buy the 150,000-square-foot mall that now only has one store. “If we are ready to pursue a second location, which we are allowed to do (under state and federal law), we will contact him,” tribal spokeswoman Elizabeth Harris told the Orangeburg Times and Democrat. She said that, otherwise, the tribe is focused solely on the opening of its operations in York County. A settlement agreement made with state lawmakers 20 years ago currently allows the Catawbas the right to operate two bingo halls. Prizes are limited to a $100,000 maximum under the settlement, which was resolved after 153-year-old

claims to land around the tribe’s reservation in York, Lancaster and Chester counties. After opening its York location, which operated from 1997 through 2006 and reopened recently, the nation sought North Myrtle Beach as its second site. But local officials caved to public pressure and rejected the tribe’s proposal, citing zoning conflicts. Lischkoff’s courting of the tribe from the early 2000s to 2004 ended similarly, with public opposition from religious groups and churches that said a bingo hall would “bring in the types of people that hometown folks don’t want to associate with,” one Santee resident told The Item in 2007. Locals said gambling leads to addiction, moral decay and gives young people the impression that gambling is all right. But Lischkoff maintained throughout the struggle that aside from saving the mall, a bingo hall would bring in as many as 4,000 new jobs — 1,000 at the hall alone — and millions of dollars annually to Santee’s struggling economy.

“It’s a no-brainer,” Lischkoff said in 2010 with his mall only operating a handful of stores. “You want to lower a high unemployment rate, you bring in jobs. It’s simple.” According to the state Department of Employment and Workforce, Santee’s unemployment rate has ranged from a low of 6.5 percent in May 2007 to a high of 17.7 percent in September 2009. Its current rate, as of June, is 12.8 percent. Orangeburg County’s rate is a bit higher at 13.4 percent, while neighboring Sumter and Clarendon counties have 9.5 and 12.1 percent, respectively. At the height of the mall’s success, nearly every store was full. By 2004, roughly seven stores filled the 30-store facility, but Lischkoff told The Item in 2007 that 15 stores were operating on the property. Now, Ingrid’s Antiques and Collectibles is the only store remaining. Owner Ingrid Jacobs was unavailable on Saturday for comment but has posted on the store’s Facebook page that she has no intentions of closing the store. Lischkoff always promoted stores remaining open during his talks with the Catawbas.




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Lee shelter animals travel to new homes to Wisconsin where they will have a new home.� Winstead said the adult dogs, BISHOPVILLE — Lee County An- with names such as Buster, Pea, imal Shelter Director Doris WinNacho, Penelope and Dexter, were stead and volunteer Miranda Farm- facing being put to sleep if the reser boarded 17 puppies and 10 adult cue groups did not intervene. dogs in a truck and horse shelter at “These dogs have been here for a 4 a.m. Friday and took off for an long time,� she said. “I guess Myrtle eight-hour trip to an Interstate 24 has been here the longest. She’s exit near Clarkesville, Tenn. been here about 270 days.� At their destination, Winstead Winstead said she expected to and Farmer delivered the dogs to return home after midnight on Satthe Last Paws Rescue group from urday. Wisconsin and the Raja Renatta BARK President Cherlyn Arrants Ranch from Cross Plains, Tenn. credited Winstead for her commit“We are ment to findeager to get ing homes for these guys out animals that of the shelter find their way and into a to the Lee safe situaCounty Anition,� Winmal Shelter. stead said. “I think it is “They are just fantastic,� going to meet Arrants said. us in Tennes“They are givsee.� ing these aniWinstead, mals a chance who founded for a happy the shelter 20 life. If they years ago, said stayed here, Friday’s trip they didn’t made history. have a “This is the chance.� most we’ve Winstead ever transurged everyPHOTOS PROVIDED one to come ported on one Dogs and puppies from the Lee County Animal out Saturday delivery,� Winstead said. Shelter made the journey from the shelter to their to Jared’s Ace new homes in Tennessee and Wisconsin. “We are just Hardware for so excited BARK’s Pet about this.� Appreciation Winstead and Adoption credits the Day. Bishopville “We are Animal Resable to find cue Krew for these dogs a “vetting� the home bedogs, which cause of she said inBARK’s supcludes treatport,� she ment for said. heartworms, Donations vaccinations, will be acspaying and cepted in reneutering. turn for a va“They are riety of pet all ready to services ingo,� she said. cluding bath“The adult dogs are going to the ing, micro-chipping, checking Tennessee rescue group. They will teeth, cleaning ears and clipping train the dogs and prepare them to toenails. be service dogs for military veterWinstead said she will have a ans who have been wounded in number of dogs available for adopduty. And the puppies will be going tion that day.




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From left, fourth-grader Sydney Rogers and fifth-grader Abbe Davis try out for the Harp Ensemble at Kingsbury Elementary School recently. The Sumter school will offer harp ensemble this fall as a choice for students in an after-school program. Music teacher Michelle Blassengale has partnered with local harpist Kipper Ackerman to offer lessons to more than a dozen fourth- and fifth-grade students. One of the biggest obstacles was obtaining the instruments, as the cost is about $700 each. Five of the six harps have been paid for through private donations. One was purchased by Kingsbury Parent Teacher Association, and another was purchased by current and retired teachers of Kingsbury in memory of long-time teacher Jeannette Harrison. The students will begin lessons on Sept. 9.


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CRIME from Page A1 time, along with Barron Hite, a civilian crime-prevention specialist who used to work in the 11th Circuit Solicitor’s Office in Lexington. “When I came here in 2009, the unit was pretty much obsolete. The budget was only $1,000 a year,” Hite said in the office she shares with her uniformed coworkers in the Liberty Center on West Liberty Street. “Since then, we’ve had an increase in staff and money because people see the benefit in the watch groups and the mentoring program and the interactions with the community.” Sumter Police Chief Russell Roark touts the unit’s role in directly serving residents the department is meant to protect. “The Crime Prevention Unit incorporates the public information and community education facets of the department,” Roark said. “In addition to keeping the public informed of current events and arrests, they also provide public safety information and resources to citizens. Having a group dedicated to these services is paramount in connecting the department to the community.” “It says a lot about the chief and his level of support,” Hite said. “He knows it’s important to take positive action and not just react.” The CPU works to strengthen ties between the police and community members most directly affected by crime. Officers have helped to establish 35 active Neighborhood Watch groups across the city to guard against any criminal activity even when a police officer can’t be on the scene. “The Neighborhood Watch is solely driven by the neighborhood itself,” said Duggan, who coordinates many of the activities of Sumter’s watch groups with the CPU. “They form and govern themselves. We just provide them with resources and educate them about what to look for and how to report suspicious activity. They really become our eyes and ears in the community.” Resident Senthia Conyers said the CPU has been a great help in organiz-

ing a Neighborhood Watch in the Fuller Gardens area. She and her neighbors have had an ongoing problem with someone cutting out a section of a chain-link fence behind their homes on Habitat Drive, allowing trespassers from the Mooneyham Road area easy access to the backs of several houses at any time. “We were having break-ins every other day,” Conyers said. She and several neighbors formed a watch last year to combat crime in the area. They agreed to stagger their lunch hours so one of them can be present for most of the day, acting as a lookout for any suspicious activity or unfamiliar visitors. Sumter police have been a tremendous help in organizing the Neighborhood Watch in Fuller Gardens and assisting residents in policing the neighborhood, Conyers said, even walking with them on their foot patrols. “If we call in that we saw someone come through (the hole in the fence), sometimes they’ll just park their (patrol) car and wait for them to come back,” Conyers said. The relationship those kinds of activities build between police officers and the more civically active residents can be crucial when police do respond to a neighborhood. “If there’s a rash of car break-ins in an area, that can give us a central person to deal with,” Duggan said. The Fuller Gardens group has grown from four people at its beginning last September to having almost the whole neighborhood turn out for its National Night Out event with members of the CPU on Aug. 6. Conyers said the watch group has had a major impact on the safety of the community. “Our last break-in was last month,” she said. “An alarm notified the police, and a neighbor came over when they heard the alarm and (the attempted burglar) had already left when the alarm went off.” Most recently, the CPU organized the police department’s Back to School Bash on Aug. 13 in Crosswell Park, coordinating the event with other agencies, community partners and businesses, the school district and even the Third Army at Shaw Air Force Base. The day was a fun one for youngsters about to head back to


class, but the event also served the CPU’s purpose of connecting police officers to their community and especially the community’s young people. One of the unit’s long-term programs is mentoring students starting in elementary school. “We have regular patrol officers come in on a weekly basis, depending on manpower needs, and have them participate in school” like reading to young students, Florence said. “That’s important for kids who may not have these kinds of role models at home.” The mentoring program gives children a chance to interact with police officers one on one and see them in a positive light, instead of encountering them in a more hostile situation when they get older. “For some kids, the only time they see law enforcement is when they come to take their daddy or their mama to jail,” Duggan said. “At that age, they don’t understand the reasons why that’s happening, and they can come to see law enforcement as an adversary that’s only there to take their loved ones away.” Duggan said he’s seen the benefits of this outreach when officers later interact with young people outside the classroom and get a more positive response than they would otherwise. “When they see those officers on patrol, they’ll call out, ‘Hey, Officer Duggan,’ and come up and talk to them,” he said. “That’s the kind of relationship building we’re talking about.” The CPU tries to get officers face to face with the community in other ways as well. They will do door-todoor foot patrols in some neighborhoods, handing out fliers on how to avoid being a victim of burglary, and they’ve worked with local churches on “security surveys” to make sure their sanctuaries are safe from ungodly trespassers. CPU officers said any help they get from residents can have an impact on crime in an area. “Our call volume goes up, but our problems in the area go down,” Duggan said. “The residents are more vigilant, and when the criminal element realizes ‘somebody’s watching me and law enforcement keeps showing up,’ that runs them out of that area.” Reach Bristow Marchant at (803) 774-1272.

Some clergy removed from ordained ministry FROM STAFF REPORTS More than 100 South Carolina clergy have been notified that they have been removed from the ordained ministry of The Episcopal Church and are “deprived of the right to exercise... the gifts and spiritual authority conferred in ordination,” according to an article on the diocese’s website. “Notice of Removal” letters signed by the Right Reverend Charles G. vonRosenberg, Bishop of The Episcopal Church in South Carolina, were issued this past week to individuals who are “canonically resident” in the diocese, meaning they are under the authority of Bishop vonRosenberg within The Episcopal Church. Many of those affected by the removal have publicly announced that they are no longer affiliated with the church and have aligned themselves with a breakaway group led by Mark Lawrence. Lawrence was removed from the ordained ministry in December 2012 and is no longer recognized as a bishop in The Episcopal Church. In the hope of an eventual reconciliation, Bishop vonRosenberg exercised an option available to him under the Constitution and Canons of the Church and “released and removed” the affected clergy, rather than allowing them to be “deposed” on the grounds of abandonment of the church. To assist the public in identifying priests and deacons who continue to be part of The Episcopal Church in this region of South Carolina, a list of Clergy in Good Standing is available on the diocesan website:

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WRECK from Page A1 Thirteen students and the team’s coach, Billy Ray Geddings, who was also driving the bus, were triaged at the scene by Emergency Medical Services and transported by ambulance to Tuomey Regional Medical Center. At least 13 other students and one other coach were driven from the scene of the wreck by parents and teachers to be checked out at the hospital. Sumter School District spokeswoman Shelly Galloway said none of the injuries from the wreck appeared to be life-threatening, and a report by S.C. Highway Patrol described all injuries as minor. By 5 p.m., all students had been released except for one student who was transported to a Columbia hospital as a precautionary measure. Galloway wouldn’t elaborate on why the student required further treatment. All the students involved are eighth-graders at Alice Drive Middle. Other students on the bus who were uninjured, along with riders on a second team bus that

was not involved in the wreck, were taken to Alice Drive Middle School where they were released to their parents. Several parents and teachers who were also driving back from the game stopped at the scene of the wreck, with cars parking along both sides of U.S. 521 and filling the median. Law enforcement had to close the southbound lane of the highway while first responders worked to clear the scene. “I was behind the second bus, and I just saw them slow down and pull over,� said Lawrence Dozier Sr., whose youngest son was riding on the second bus, “when I drove by the wreck and said ‘oh, my God.’� Several parents whose children weren’t driven away by ambulance drove to Tuomey themselves to have their children checked out. The 13-year-old son of Alice Drive teacher Beverly Dawkins was uninjured in the wreck, but she ended up driving another coach to the hospital to be examined and

AWARD from Page A1 enemy of the United States on or after Sept. 11, 2001.â€? “I am proud of the contributions of all our airmen,â€? Hall said. According to Item archives, the wing won the same recognition in 2012, 2011 and 2009. During the period for which the wing was recognized this year, the wing deployed 18 F-16 Fighting Falcons and 255 airmen to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Overseas, the unit flew more than 2,800 combat flights and supported 85 troops-in-contact events. The operations resulted in the destruction of numerous weapons caches, 35 roadside bombs and the elimination of 118 enemy combatants, according to a release from the 20th Fighter Wing Public Affairs Office. “The airmen of the 20th Fighter Wing should be proud of themselves,â€? Hall said. “Our success during combat operations is a product of the entire wing’s dedication and commitment to excellence.â€? The wing is broken up into four primary segments: • The 20th Operations Group, which includes the 55th, 77th and 79th fighter squadrons — also called the Shooters, Gamblers and Tigers, respectively; • The 20th Maintenance Group, which is responsible for fixing and maintaining aircraft, weapons needs and all the nuts and bolts in between; • The 20th Mission Support Group, which helps defend, supply and sustain everyone on the ground and in the air; and • The 20th Medical Group, which sees to all the medical needs of the unit. All told, about 4,000 personnel comprise the 19 different squadrons under the four group umbrellas.

sat with some of the other players, many of whom are her students. “When I got to the scene, I was checking on the ones who were on (EMS) backboards and let them use my cellphone to call their parents,� she said. “I was just worrying about their hearts.� Geddings, the driver, was placed in a neck brace and placed on a back board for transport as a precaution but was conscious at the scene, according to district Athletic Director Rick Avins, who spoke with the coach at the hospital. “He was more concerned about his players than himself,� Avins said. Cpl. Judd Jones with Highway Patrol said Geddings would be cited for driving too fast for conditions in the wreck. The school district declined to comment on the citation Saturday. Tyreek Richburg was one of the players on the bus. The 15-year-old guard and tackle was sitting in a wheelchair in the Tuomey waiting area with his family waiting to be seen for a knee injury. “I looked up, and I saw a car, it looked like a Mercury,

airmen, get them out the door, execute the mission with discipline and precision and then re-deploy them back home,� Hall said. “It’s a

“It takes a total wing effort to generate combat-ready airpower and


kinda like it was going to turn, and then it just slammed on brakes. And before we got in the other lane, there was a car over there, so we went to the side,� he said. After the wreck, Tyreek described seeing his teammates injured, including one boy whose face was covered in blood. “It was bad,� he said. His mother, Tomeka Bowman, wasn’t at the scrimmage but rushed to the scene of the wreck when she heard and then drove to meet him at the hospital. “My phone’s been ringing so much it feels like everybody’s been calling me,� she said. Tyreek’s grandmother Doris Gates drove from Columbia to be with her grandson. “My heart started beating� when she heard about the wreck, Gates said, but she was relieved to see he was OK. Tyreek was able to keep his day in perspective. He told his mother they tied their scrimmage. Reach Bristow Marchant at (803) 774-1272.

total team effort, (whether) someone (is) actually deployed or not. ... The excellence down range is a prod-

SYRIA from Page A1 return from a summer vacation on Sept. 9, and in anticipation of the coming debate, Obama challenged lawmakers to consider “what message will we send if a dictator can gas hundreds of children to death in plain sight and pay no price.� The president didn’t say so, but his strategy carries enormous risks to his and the nation’s credibility, which the administration has argued forcefully is on the line in Syria. Obama long ago said the use of chemical weapons was a “red line� that Assad would not be allowed to cross with impunity. Nor would the White House say what options would still be open to the president if he fails to win the backing of the House and Senate for the military measures he has threatened. Only this week, British Prime Minister David Cameron suffered a humiliating defeat when the House of Commons refused to support his call for military action against Syria.

uct of the entire wing, and we all should feel a level of pride in that.� Senior Staff Writer Robert J. Baker and Air-

man 1st Class Jonathan Bass of 20th Fighter Wing Public Affairs contributed to this report.


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Financial stress could hit your brain and wallet BY SETH BORENSTEIN AP Science Writer WASHINGTON — Being short on cash may make you a bit slower in the brain, a new study suggests. People worrying about having enough money to pay their bills tend to lose temporarily the equivalent of 13 IQ points, scientists found when they gave intelligence tests to shoppers at a New Jersey mall and farmers in India. The idea is that financial stress monopolizes thinking, making other calculations slower and more difficult, sort of like the effects of going without sleep for a night. And this money-andbrain crunch applies, albeit to a smaller degree, to about 100 million Americans who face financial squeezes, say the team of economists and psychologists who wrote the study published in Friday’s issue of the journal Science. “Our paper isn’t about poverty. It’s about people struggling to make ends meet,” said Sendhil Mullainathan, a Harvard economist and study coauthor. “When we think about people who are financially stressed, we think they are short on money, but the truth is they are also short on cognitive capacity.”

If you are always thinking about overdue bills, a mortgage or rent, or college loans, it takes away from your focus on other things. So being late on loans could end up costing you both interest points and IQ points, Mullainathan said. The study used tests that studied various aspects of thinking including a traditional IQ test, getting the 13 IQ point drop, said study co-author Jiaying Zhao, a professor of psychology and sustainability at the University of British Columbia. The scientists looked at the effects of finances on the brain both in the lab and in the field. In controlled lab-like conditions, they had about 400 shoppers at Quaker Bridge Mall in central New Jersey consider certain financial scenarios and tested their brain power. Then they looked at real life in the fields of India, where farmers only get paid once a year. Before the harvest, they take out loans and pawn goods. After they sell their harvest, they are flush with cash. Mullainathan and colleagues tested the same 464 farmers before and after the harvest, and their IQ scores improved by 25 percent when their wallets fattened.


Results contradict social theories about the poor (AP) — The study’s authors and others say the results contradict long-standing conservative economic social and political theory that say it is individuals — not circumstances — that are the primary problem with poverty. In the case of India, it was the same people before and after, so it can’t be the person’s fault. “For a long time we’ve been blaming the poor for their own failings,” study coauthor Jiaying Zhao said. “We’re arguing something very different.” Poverty researcher Kathryn Edin of Harvard, who wasn’t part of the study, said the research “is a big deal that solves a critical puzzle in poverty research.” PHOTO PROVIDED

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NEW YORK — Days of finding a quarter under your pillow are long gone. The Tooth Fairy no longer leaves loose change. Kids this year are getting an average of $3.70 per lost tooth, a 23 percent jump over last year’s rate of $3. And that’s a 42 percent spike from the $2.60 per tooth that the Tooth Fairy gave in 2011, according to a new survey by payment processor Visa Inc., released Friday with an update of the company’s Tooth Fairy personal finance app. Part of the reason for the sharp rise: Parents don’t want their kids to be the ones at the playground who received the lowest amount. “A kid who got a quarter would wonder why their tooth was worth less than the kid who got $5,� said Kit Yarrow, a consumer psychologist and professor at Golden Gate University. To avoid that, Brian and Brittany Klems asked friends and co-workers what they were giving their kids. The Klems, who have three daughters and live in Cincinnati, settled on giving their sixyear-old daughter Ella $5 for the first tooth that fell out, and $1 for any others. They say that $5 was enough without going overboard. They didn’t want other families to think they were giving too much. Then Ella found out that one of her friends received $20 for a tooth. “I told her that the Tooth Fairy has only so

https://apps.facebook. com/449594221747991/ much money for every night, and that’s how she decides to split up the money,� said Brian Klems, 34, a parenting blogger and author of “Oh Boy, You’re Having a Girl: A Dad’s Survival Guide to Raising Daughters.� Confused about what to give? Ask other parents what they’re giving, said Jason Alderman, a senior director of financial education at Visa. That can at least get you in the ballpark of what your kids’ friends are getting, he says. Alderman gave his two kids $1 a tooth. “I think we were on the cheap side,� he said. Other families gave about $5 a tooth. One family gave their kid an antique typewriter. “I have no idea how they got that to fit under the pillow,� he laughs. As part of the company’s personal finance education program, Visa offers a downloadable Tooth Fairy Calculator app that will give you an idea of how much parents in your age group, income bracket and education level are giving their kids, said Alderman. The newly updated app is available for iPhones and iPads on iTunes, and the calculator is available on the Facebook apps page. “While more money is exciting news for children, parents should take this opportunity to talk saving and smart money

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y now the Clemson Tigers and Georgia Bulldogs will have settled their football differences. No matter the outcome, the hatred remains deep, but it’s too early in the season to reflect on the past. There’s only next week. The Hairy Bulldogs are Graham now hunkerOSTEEN ing down for a visit from Steve Spurrier and the South Carolina Gamecocks next Saturday. As a public service reminder, the kickoff “Between the Hedges” in Athens is 4:30 p.m., ESPN time, so start planning your week accordingly. The countdown

begins now. Yes, football is back, and the Major League Baseball playoff picture is taking shape quickly in that marvelous parallel universe. Go Braves. In serious sports circles, this is known as “The Most Glorious Time of the Year,” a distinction once reserved for the Christmas season before television, “The Internet” and mobile devices made the world so stressful, with all those constant intrusive electronic images, messages, alerts and such. Thank God for dependable printed newspapers such as The Item, but I digress. Let’s think back to a simpler time when, for example, a child could ride standing up in the back seat for 105 miles from Greenville, S.C.,

COMMENTARY | to Athens, Ga., in a big, red convertible Cadillac with two noted physicians on a beautiful fall day. That child was yours truly, and the noted physicians were the late Dr. Kyle Brown, my maternal grandfather, and his good friend the late Dr. Gene Yeargin, both of Greenville. They were Georgia graduates — undergraduate and medical school — and seriously loyal to their alma mater. My grandfather “Pop” was famous for singing “Glory Glory to Old Georgia” at family functions. In October of 1970, I was 9 years old, and Coach Paul Dietzel’s South Carolina was playing Coach Vince Dooley’s Georgia in Athens.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Be prepared to be defensive during honest discussion Responding to the letter Aug. 27 from Jacqueline K. Hughes to Eugene Baten, I would like to join the dialogue. No one wants to accept a conversation on the policies instituted against Africans (who don’t claim us) and the undesired results. We seem only able to tolerate the dreadful pictures of the Holocaust, the survivors, assist in the return of their treasures and hunting down Nazis. 1. None of us need to define racist, there were plenty of southern governors that were the personification of the word. Older blacks can tell you what it looks, feels, tastes and smells like. It would be senseless to try to give the recipe for it. 2. Social justice would mean that anyone who needed food stamps could get them and truly assisted in finding meaningful employment. The injustice comes when someone counts and watches to see who is using them. 3. Personally, I feel it more appropriate to be considered a man or a woman instead of being categorized for whatever reason. Just count me,

I checked “The Google” on this, and here’s what happened: South Carolina lost 52-34. USC superstar Dickie Harris scored two touchdowns, one on a 96yard kickoff return and the other on a 94-yard interception. We had great seats close to the field, and it was all thrilling. Aside from the memories of Dickie Harris and his amazing runs, I mostly remember riding around Athens in that Cadillac before the game, with two men who were openly but respectfully admiring beautiful women, smoking cigars and, perhaps, taking an occasional discreet sip of whiskey from a handsome silver flask. Those old killers were then in their late 60s,

dressed impeccably, wore great hats and were impossibly cool without even trying, which I suppose is the elusive magic formula not available to everyone. We don’t see enough gentlemen in America anymore, and that’s a shame. So as game time nears this weekend, try to remember your manners whether you’re a Gamecock or a Bulldog. Dress sharply, and don’t goad or mock the opposing fans, no matter how obnoxious they seem. After all, it’s just a game. Isn’t it? Graham Osteen is EditorAt-Large of The Item. He can be reached at Follow him on Twitter @GrahamOsteen, or visit


period. You are congratulated for being able to claim your ancestry. Can you imagine how much of the same blood runs through blacks’ veins? Unfortunately for us, the family tree would start on a plantation and then only if accurate records were kept. 4. There is a famous cook who slipped and used the “N” word and the excuse makers said she is a white woman raised in the South. What are the chances that some of the teachers in Sumter County schools have the same pedigree? 5. How can you ask one black person to explain the commission of so many crimes by blacks in this county? Whatever reason he gives would only be called “racist.” To sum up my part of the discussion I would like to say that there is no way to have an honest discussion without being prepared to be defensive. It’s time for the intelligent adults to act that way and be better examples for the children. Don’t invite me to a duel and expect me to not be armed. Don’t say “en garde” while the blade is already at my throat. Let us just be peaceful and respectful to one another. LORRAINE MUHAMMAD Sumter



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ASHINGTON — The president is up early, already showered and preparing to shave. Wiping steam from the mirror, he grimaces slightly at his image. Obama: Good grief, I look old. So much gray. Mirror: Aw, lighten up, Bo, it makes you look distinguished. You can’t wage war without a few streaks of worry showing in your face and hair. (Obama hits his mega- Kathleen watt-smile PARKER switch.) Even my smile looks old. And by the way, Bo is the dog. I am Barack Obama. I am the president of the United States, leader of the free world ... Keep telling yourself that, buddy, and maybe you’ll be able to believe it. All the other presidents managed to. Buddy was also a dog. What’s your problem?

Nothing, just trying to keep you grounded. So what’s it going to be, Mr. Red Line? You going to go it alone? What the hell?! What is wrong with David Cameron? I can’t count on anybody! (Obama nicks his chin.) First, John Boehner can’t get those tea party nitwits to do anything — anything! — and now the Brits won’t go with me to Syria. Where’s Tony Blair when you need him?! Probably making a pilgrimage someplace. Maybe I should become a Catholic, too. Then I can say, oops, I guess I was wrong, but, you know, I did what I thought was best. I’m not sure Cardinal Dolan would go for that after you, ahem, misled him on the whole religious liberty thing. But, hey, at least you’ve got the French. Ah oui. Assad must be terrified. But, yeah, Blair and Bush didn’t even have WMD. We at least know that Assad has chemical weapons and used them against his own people. You’re stuck with those imag-

es, buddy. Oh, sorry. Have you heard from Colin? Nooooooooo. (Chuckles.) Maybe he could help. I must be sick. Suddenly I want to talk to W, the poor slob. He got saddled with yellowcake. I’m yoked to red line. Why are we always talking in primary colors? I feel like an idiot. I’m not a war president! I’m an end-thewar guy. I’m a drone striker, not a missile cruiser. I just wanted to heal the sick, help the poor and maybe shift a tide here and there. I feel like I’m going to throw up. All those kids. Oh my god. (A woman’s voice penetrates the closed bathroom door.) Michelle Obama: Barack, what are you doing in there? Your steel-cut oatmeal is getting cold. Did you want some fair-trade organic blackstrap molasses on that? Barack? Barack? OK then, I’ve got a mani in five. I’ll just leave it on your dresser. Don’t forget to take your Male Supreme tonic. And your bloodroot and burdock root. Oh, hey, Dawn! I didn’t

hear you come in. So I’m thinking blue shellac. Crazy, right? President: MehmehMEHmehmehmeh-meh. Mirror: Look, Mr. President, you’re much too hard on yourself. Read your own lips: No good options. You probably shouldn’t have drawn the red line, sure, but who knew Assad would go there? And by the way, let’s enjoy a moment of irony, shall we? Your Republican pals? You know, the ones who were in a swoon over shock and awe, suddenly they’re the ones urging caution? Now they’re the ones who want U.N. approval? Suddenly THEY need absolute proof that Assad used chemical weapons. Where was this skepticism when we invaded Iraq? Rich. Well, if we learned anything from that fiasco, it’s that no matter how noble our intentions going in, we can’t control what happens the day after. And whatever worse is, worse will happen. It’s that damned red line. Why can’t I just say, look, all

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I said was there would be consequences and that Assad would be held accountable? That doesn’t mean I have to bomb Syria and possibly ignite a global war. Russia, Iran, Hezbollah — they’d love it. Better that I overstated a bluff than that I spill more blood and possibly enter into yet another endless war with people who will hate us no matter what. Without international support. ... Who knows where it will end? But the children, Mr. President. Those images. The suffering. 100,000 dead. Your credibility. I know, I know. (Obama presses a towel to his chin and reaches for his cell, punching 1 on speed dial.) Hello, George? Got a minute?

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JULIA R. HARVIN SUMMERTON — Julia Reed Harvin, 61, wife of Percy B. Harvin Jr., died Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013, at her home in Summerton. Born April 12, 1952, in Pine Bluff, Ark., she HARVIN was the daughter of Harry Martin Reed and the late Billie Jean Riley Reed. She was a retired registered nurse and a member of Summerton United Methodist Church. She is survived by her father of Fairbanks, Alaska; her husband of Summerton; a son, Shawn Reed Stevens (Maria) of Manning; three daughters, Kelly McCabe (Arnie) of Summerton and Erin Darcy (Gerard) and Meagan Gustafson (Chris), both of Austin, Texas; a stepson, Tripp Harvin of Colbert, Ga.; a stepdaughter, Harriett Hope Harvin of Clarksville, Tenn.; a brother, David Martin Reed of Kenai, Alaska; four grandchildren; and two step-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. today at Summerton United Methodist Church with the Revs. Randy Bowers and Dick Broomall officiating. Bob McDuffie, Rusty Brown, Bryan Rembert, Dusty Rhodes, Brac Moore, Gene Phillips and Rick Felder will be honorary pallbearers. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service in the church sanctuary. Memorials may be made to Summerton United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 35, Summerton, SC 29148. Stephens Funeral Home & Crematory, 304 N. Church St., Manning, is in charge of arrangements. (803) 435-2179. WILLIAM C. BELL A service to celebrate the life of William Carl Bell of Bly-

thewood will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Northeast Presbyterian Church, 601 Polo Road, with visitation from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at KoBELL rnegay & Moseley Funeral Home on Hard Scrabble Road in Columbia. Burial will follow services on Monday at Fort Jackson National Cemetery. Carl passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2013, at the age of 66. Born Nov. 23, 1946, in Cartersville, Ga., he was a son of Katherine Harden Bell and the late Robert Bell. He served as a medic with the 1st Air Cavalry during the Vietnam War from 1967-68. He attended the University of South Carolina and worked as a computer analyst with Sunbeam Outdoor Co. in Manning. He also was a logistic manager at Sumter Cabinet. He was a professional artist, winning many awards and selling many prints and paintings all over the world. He was a long-time member of Alice Drive Baptist Church in Sumter and was also a member of the TAG Artist Guild and the Blythewood Artist Guild. He was a member of the men’s Quest group at Northeast Presbyterian Church. He was a great husband and father. He is survived by his loving wife of 36 years, Jean Byrd Bell; children, Tammy Watson (Rob) and Chad Newman (Kim); grandchildren, Claudia Watson and Garrett Watson; his mother, Katherine Bell; a sister, Charlotte Harden (Ed); a brother, Kenny Bell (Millie); several nieces and nephews; and several granddogs. Kornegay & Moseley Funeral Home of Columbia is in charge of arrangements.


Robert Earl “Bobby� Myers Sr., 74, died Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013, at his home after an illness. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. today at The Old Myers Store in the Shiloh community. The family will receive friends at the home, 140 Vineyard Circle in Lynchburg (Shiloh). Born in Sumter County, he was a son of the late Earl Cullen Myers and Edith Lyndall Lee Myers. Bobby taught in public and private schools in the area and farmed fruit in the Myers orchards and vineyards. He was a member of Shiloh United Methodist Church. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Eddie Myers. Surviving are his wife, Barbara Wertz Myers of Shiloh; a daughter, Melanie Myers Garand of Florence; a son, Robbie Myers of Florence; a sister, Jo Anne Morris of Sumter; a brother, Jimmy (Jo) Myers of Shiloh; two granddaughters, Hannah and Meghan Garand; a special niece, Carol Holloway Tyson of Simpsonville; and a number of nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to the Shiloh United Methodist Church Stained Glass Fund. Online condolences may be made at www. Floyd Funeral Home, 136 E. Main St. in Olanta, is in charge of arrangements.

ARNOLD V. LAWSON NEW YORK, N.Y. — Arnold Varn Lawson was born Saturday, Jan. 12, 1952, in Summerton to Henry and Faye Smith Lawson. He was educated in the public schools of Clarendon School District 1. In his youth, he joined the Historic Liberty Hill AME Church in the Saint Paul community of Summerton. He entered into eternal rest Tuesday, Aug.


27, 2013, in New York. Left to cherish his memories are his parents, Henry and Faye Smith Lawson of Summerton; a son, Phillip Lawson Sr. of New York; a grandson, Phillip Lawson Jr. of New York; three sisters, Kathleen L. Gibson and Cassandra Lawson, both of Summerton, and Debra (Keith) Peterson of Stockbridge, Ga.; an aunt, Ernestine Bell of Columbia; an uncle, Robert (Minnie B.) Smith Jr. of Bronx, N.Y.; a loving companion, Julie Adams; and a number of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held Saturday at Trumbo’s Funeral Chapel in New York with the Rev. Donald W. Adams officiating. Online condolences may be submitted at

DOROTHY A. WATSON BISHOPVILLE — Graveside services for Dorothy A. Watson, 90, who passed away Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013, were held Saturday at Cypress Cemetery directed by Norton Funeral Home. The Rev. Mac Hemingway officiated. Born in Darlington County, she was a daughter of the late Wally and Edna Beasley Andrews. She was a member of Wayside Baptist Church. Surviving are a daughter, Christa Jane Pope of Lydia; a son, David Watson; two grandchildren; a sister, Jean (Joe) White of North Charleston; a special cousin, Gladys Allsbrook; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jennings Watson; three brothers, Robert Earl, Frances and Gerald Andrews; and a sister, Miriam Edna Andrews.

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RHUNETTE MONTGOMERY Rhunette Montgomery of Bronx, N.Y., and formerly of Lynchburg, died Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2013. She was the sister of Ida Mae McDowell of Florence. Granbys Funeral Service of Bronx is in charge of local arrangements by the People’s Funeral Home of Pamplico. ROBIN L. WILLIAMS Robin L. Williams, 53, wife of Steven M. Williams, died Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013, at her home. Services will be announced by ElmoreCannon-Stephens Funeral Home and Crematorium of Sumter. DALE C. MacMILLAN Dale C. MacMillan, 77, widower of Charlotte M. MacMillan, died Friday, Aug. 30, 2013, at a local nursing facility. Born Feb. 10, 1935, in Cambridge, Mass., he was a son of the late Kenneth MacMillan and Edith Fader MacMillan. He was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and retired truck driver. He was a member of the Carolina Rebels Motorcycle Club and was an avid NASCAR fan. Survivors include a daughter, Dawn Phillips (Byron) of Sumter; a son, Lance MacMillan (Kim) of Greenwood; a grandson, Dane MacMillan; and a sister, Joyce Runge of Florida. Services will be private. Elmore-Cannon-Stephens Funeral Home and Crematorium of Sumter is in charge of arrangements. JACK BROWN Jr. Jack Brown Jr., hus-

band of Esther Wilson Brown, died Friday, Aug. 30, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Born March 30, 1930, he was a son of the late Jack Brown Sr. and Minnie Pugh Brown. The family is receiving relatives and friends at the home, 840 Murray St. in Sumter. Funeral services are incomplete and will be announced by Community Funeral Home of Sumter.

HENRY A. BILTON Sr. Henry A. Bilton Sr., 82, husband of Mary Taylor Bilton, died Friday, Aug. 30, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Services will be announced by ElmoreCannon-Stephens Funeral Home and Crematorium of Sumter. NORMAN A. SIMON Sr. Norman Allen Simon Sr., 69, died Friday, Aug. 30, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Arrangements are incomplete at this time and will be announced by Bullock Funeral Home.

KAY B. MORROW SUMMERTON — Kay Blackwell Morrow, 77, died Friday, Aug. 30, 2013, at her home, 2546 Liberty Hill Road in Summerton. Born Oct. 5, 1935, in Summerton, she was a daughter of the late John W. Blackwell and Minnie McDonald Blackwell. The family is receiving friends at her home. These services have been entrusted to Samuels Funeral Home LLC of Manning.


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BANKS — All area banks and credit unions will be closed Monday. GOVERNMENT — The following will be closed Monday: federal government offices; U.S. Postal Service; state government offices; City of Sumter offices; County of Sumter offices; Clarendon County offices; and Lee County Courthouse. SCHOOLS — The following will be closed Monday: Sumter School District; Clarendon School Districts 1, 2 and 3; Lee County Public Schools; Robert E. Lee Academy; Thomas Sumter Academy; Laurence Manning Academy; Sumter Christian School; St. Anne Catholic School; St. Francis Xavier High School; Clarendon Hall; Wilson Hall; William Thomas Academy; Morris College; Central Carolina Technical College; and University of South Carolina Sumter. UTILITIES — Farmers Telephone Coop. and Black River Electric Coop. will be closed Monday. OTHER — The following will be closed Monday: Harvin Clarendon County Library; Clemson Extension Services; and the Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce. The Sumter County Library will be closed Saturday-Monday, Aug. 31-Sept. 2. All offices of The Item will be closed Monday.



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ARIES (March 21-April 19): unexpected rewards. the last word in astrology You’ll face changes that will LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Take cause you concern, but a back seat and let everyone eugenia LAST rather than complain or else make a fuss. Don’t get overreact, turn what you sucked into melodrama or view as a lemon into someone’s overindulgent lemonade. Make the most of whatever situation scheme. Protect your possessions, assets and you encounter. emotions. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Concentrate on new SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): A trip that allows you beginnings and picking up skills, information and to explore new possibilities should be scheduled. new friendships along the way. Don’t let Positive change will bring about home and emotional matters stand between you and what domestic improvements that will lead to greater you deserve. security. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Keep your finger on the SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): You can’t please pulse. Nose your way into conversations that will everyone, so you may as well do what’s best for keep you in the loop and on top of any you. False information will be given in hopes of opportunity that can lead to love or a positive getting your support, cash or hands-on help. change. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Revisit life goals you CANCER (June 21-July 22): Take part in workshops, have yet to accomplish. You’ll find a way to get a conference or a social event that will allow you closer to your dreams, hopes and wishes if you to mingle and meet influential people. Consider discuss your plans and intentions with someone how you can use your skills in other industries. you want by your side. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): You may not like some of the AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Take care of money restrictions you encounter, but the end result will matters, health and situations that may need be in your favor. Incorporate love, compassion legal documentation. Having a game plan in and understanding into your conversation. place will encourage you to forge ahead. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Look for ways to help PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Don’t relax when you others. What you offer can make a difference to should be out hustling, making connections and your community, a friend or relative. Showing securing your position in an economic market concern, along with sensitivity and love, will bring that requires skill, finesse and constant nurturing.


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Today: Partly sunny with a thunderstorm in spots. High 87 to 91. Monday: Clouds and sun with a thunderstorm in the afternoon. High 88 to 92.


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


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TUESDAY MEETINGS: Sumter Connective Tissue Support Group — 1st Tuesday of Jan., March, May, July, Sept. and Nov., 7 p.m., 180 Tiller Circle. Call (803) 773-0869. Mothers of Angels (for mothers who have lost a child) — Every Tuesday, 6 p.m., Wise Drive Baptist Church. Call Betty at (803) 469-2616 or Carol at (803) 469-9426. EFMP Parent Exchange Group — Last Tuesday each month, 11 a.m.-noon, Airman and Family Readiness Center. Support to service members who have a dependent with a disability or illness. Call Dorcus Haney at (803) 8951252/1253 or Sue Zimmerman at (803) 847-2377.

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MONDAY MEETINGS: Sumter Vitiligo Support Group — as-needed basis. If you or anyone you know has vitiligo and would like to meet, contact Tiffany at (803) 316-6763, TiffanyWJefferson08@ or Facebook.

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HIV/AIDS: Positive Outlook, through Wateree AIDS Task Force, will meet at 11:30 a.m. third Friday of each month. Support group for those living with HIV / AIDS as well as their friends and family. For meeting location, contact Kevin, at (803) 778-0303 or via email at

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AA, AL-ANON, ALATEEN: AA — Monday-Friday, noon and 5:30 p.m.; Saturday, 8 p.m.; Sundays, 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m., 1 Warren St. (803) 7751852. AA Women’s Meeting — Wednesday, 7 p.m., 1 Warren St. (803) 775-1852. AA Spanish Speaking — Sunday, 4:30 p.m., 1 Warren St. (803) 775-1852. AA “How it Works” Group — Monday and Friday, 8 p.m., 1154 Ronda St. Call (803) 494-5180. Al-Anon “Courage to Change” Support Group — Tuesday, 7 p.m., Alice Drive Baptist Church, Room 204, 1305 Loring Mill Road. Call Dian at (803) 316-0775 or Crystal at (803) 775-3587. 441 AA Support Group — Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 8:30 p.m., Hair Force, 2090-D S.C. 441. AA Summerton Group — Wednesday, 8 p.m., town hall. Manning Al-Anon Family Group — Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Behavioral Health Building, 14 Church St., Manning. Call Angie Johnson at (803) 435-8085. C/A “Drop the Rock” Group — Thursday, 9:30 p.m., 1154 Ronda St. Call Elizabeth Owens at (803) 607-4543.


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Chase contenders look to balance patience, urgency BY PAUL NEWBERRY The Associated Press HAMPTON, Ga. — For drivers such as Dale Earnhardt Jr., patience is definitely a virtue at this point in the season. Then again, there’s a sense of urgency with the Chase for the Sprint

Cup championship just two races away. Only three drivers are

assured of being in the 12-car playoff — fivetime Cup champion Jimmie Johnson, Clint Bowyer and Matt Kenseth — but the outlook could be a lot clearer after today’s race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. SEE CHASE, PAGE B5


Dale Earnhardt Jr. makes his qualifying run for today’s Advocare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Friday in Hampton, Ga.

Things we learned from Knights’ win over Sumter



Clemson’s Sammy Watkins (2) runs for a touchdown during Saturday’s game against Georgia at Memorial Stadium in Clemson.

Tigers lead Georgia late FROM STAFF REPORTS CLEMSON — Eighth-ranked Clemson was leading No. 5 Georgia 38-28 with 6:07 left in the game at press time on Saturday at Memorial Stadium in the season opener for both teams. The game was tied 21-21 at halftime and it appeared the second half would be a shootout like the first. It hardly was. After stopping Georgia on the initial possession of the second half, the


Palmetto Pro Open alum Alison Riske reacts after beating Petra Kvitova 6-3, 6-0, on Saturday during the third round of the U.S. Open in New York.

EDITOR’S NOTE The final score of the ClemsonGeorgia game was not available at press time. For a complete recap, visit our website at Tigers went 55 yards in seven plays. The touchdown came on a 31-yard pass from quarterback Tajh Boyd to freshman running back Zac Brooks

on a wheel route. Chandler Catanzaro’s extra point made it 28-21 with 10:58 remaining in the third quarter. UGA snapped a run of six consecutive stops by the Clemson defense, but needed a little trickery to do so. On fourth down and one yard to go at the Bulldog 34, punter Collin Barber pulled the ball in and ran five yards for a first down. That continued what ended up being a 7-play, 75-yard scoring drive SEE TIGERS, PAGE B3

PPO alum Riske joins Stephens in 4th round BY RACHEL COHEN The Associated Press NEW YORK — Serena Williams and Palmetto Pro Open alum Sloane Stephens are through to a highly anticipated matchup in the round of 16 at the U.S. Open today. They’re joined by a less expected American — and another PPO alum — in Alison Riske.

Maybe’s Riske’s run isn’t that much of a surprise considering her recent surge. The 23-year-old Pittsburgh native came into the summer having never acSTEPHENS complished any of these feats: winning a match in SEE RISKE, PAGE B5

he stands on the visitors’ side of Donald L. Crolley Memorial Stadium on Friday were proof of the anticipation surrounding the Sumter High School football program. They were nearly full as the Gamecocks took on Crestwood in Reggie Kennedy’s debut as the SHS head coach. The Gamecocks had done really well in preseason scrimmages as Kennedy and his staff implemented his quick-paced offense. That excitement continued for the better part of the game as Sumter and the Knights went back and forth. When all was said and done though, Crestwood had beaten the Gamecocks for the fifth straight year, 35-24. Dennis OK, so maybe BRUNSON it’s not going to be as easy as some may have thought. The fact of the matter is the Gamecocks could not slow down Crestwood’s rushing attack. The Knights used a combination of the Wing-T and Hammer formations to pile up 418 yards on the ground. Crestwood had four long, sustained scoring drives and running back Ty’Son Williams broke off a 61-yard run for the other touchdown. That Crestwood controlled the game with its rushing attack is not unusual. In Keith Crolley’s now 16th year at the helm of the Knights, there have been many games where his team’s offense has looked like a train running down hill. That’s the way it looked on Friday. Kennedy lamented the fact that Sumter had to open the season with a Sumter School District rival, but with the teams in SEE BRUNSON, PAGE B4

PREP FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Friday Stratford at Sumter, 7:30 p.m. Crestwood at Lakewood, 7:30 p.m. Manning at Marion, 7:30 p.m. Lee Central at Buford, 7:30 p.m. Johnsonville at East Clarendon, 7:30 p.m. Pinewood Prep at Wilson Hall, 7:30 p.m. Hilton Head Christian at Laurence Manning, 7:30 p.m. Spartanburg Christian at Thomas Sumter, 7:30 p.m. Trinity-Byrnes at Robert E. Lee, 7:30 p.m. Clarendon Hall at W.W. King, 7:30 p.m.

Ward falls short of qualifying for Wyndham Championship EDITOR’S NOTE: Barbara Boxleitner is a former Item assistant sports editor and college teacher. She is a Florida-based journalist and photographer who has been published in 41 newspapers, magazines and journals throughout North America. Each week she’ll provide updates on area athletes participating in college and professional sports at all levels.


umter resident Dalton Ward continues his pursuit of a golf career. The Sumter High School graduate shot a 72 to tie for 57th in the WARD PGA Tour Wyndham Championship Qualifier. He did not qualify for the Wyndham

Championship. Ward shot a 75 in a Spartanburg event on the Carolina Mountain Pro Tour in late July. MORE MEN’S GOLF

Limestone College’s Harrison Buddin carded a 151 (79-72) in the Tarheel Golf Foundation East Coast Amateur. The Manning High School product tied for 10th. Limestone teammate

Cody Clepper, out of Sumter High, shot a 155 (7580) to tie for 24th in the Tarheel Golf Foundation event. Previously at Sumter Christian School, Solomon Deas is a freshman for Erskine College. FOOTBALL

Lakewood High School graduate Clifton Andrews SEE BOXLEITNER, PAGE B6







Coastal edges Bulldogs 27-20 ORANGEBURG — Quinn Backus’ blocked field goal return for a touchdown and a defensive goal-line stand were the game-changers on Saturday as Coastal Carolina beat South Carolina State 27-20 in a thriller. Backus scooped up a third-quarter field goal try which was blocked by LaDarius Hawthorne and raced 56 yards to score. Dalton Demos tied it at 20 with a 2-point conversion run and CCU’s defense, largely manhandled in the first half, stepped up to shut down the Bulldogs’ next drive with a goal-line stand. CCU scored 15 unanswered points, including a game-winning 99-yard drive capped by a 1-yard run by Lorenzo Taliafero, who also scored in the first quarter on a 3-yard Alex Ross pass. CHARLESTON SOUTHERN THE CITADEL


Ohio State wide receiver Evan Spencer, left, tries to jump over Buffalo defensive back Derek Brim during the first quarter of the second-ranked Buckeyes’ 40-20 victory on Saturday in Columbus, Ohio.

Buckeyes pull away from Buffalo COLUMBUS, Ohio — Braxton Miller threw two touchdown passes before fighting leg cramps and Jordan Hall ran for two more scores to lead No. 2 Ohio State to a 40-20 victory over Buffalo on Saturday in the season opener for both teams. The Buckeyes, striving for a crisper start from coach Urban Meyer’s debut in 2012, led 23-0 after the first quarter before the Bulls made things interesting. Joe Licata threw two TD passes and linebacker Kahlil Mack returned a Miller interception 45 yards to make it 30-20 in the third quarter. Miller was sidelined a second time with cramps and sub Kenny Guiton promptly tossed a 21-yard TD pass to Chris Fields. Hall had a career-high 159 yards rushing, scoring on runs of 37 and 49 yards. (3) OREGON NICHOLLS

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EUGENE, Ore. — Marcus Mariota threw a touchdown pass and ran for two additional scores and the No. 3 Oregon Ducks made easy work of lower-tier Nicholls with a 66-3 victory in the season

TOP 25 ROUNDUP opener. Mariota, who set an Oregon record with 38 touchdowns last season as a redshirt freshman, completed 12 of 21 passes for 234 yards before sitting after the third quarter when the Ducks had built a 45-3 lead. (14) NOTRE DAME TEMPLE

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Tommy Rees threw a pair of 32-yard touchdown passes to DaVaris Daniels, a 66-yard scoring pass to Troy Niklas and Notre Dame had three quick scoring drives en route to a 28-6 victory over Temple on Saturday. The 14th-ranked Irish jumped to a 14-0 lead on a pair of three-play drives on its opening two possesions and appeared headed for a blowout. But when the Notre Dame offense stalled, Temple squandered a pair of scoring chances, with Jim Cooper Jr. missing a pair of field goals. An unsettled feeling settled in at Notre Dame Stadium when Kenny Harper scored on a 1-yard run to cut the lead


to 14-6. The Irish regained control, however, with Niklas’ TD with 43 seconds left in the half. (17) MICHIGAN CENTRAL MICHIGAN

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Devin Gardner ran for two touchdowns and threw for another in the first half as No. 17 Michigan went on to beat Central Michigan 59-9. It was the highest-scoring opener for the Wolverines (1-0) since 1905, when they beat Ohio Wesleyan 65-0. They will face a tougher test against No. 14 Notre Dame next week at home in a prime-time game. (23) WISCONSIN MASSACHUSETTS

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MADISON, Wis. — Melvin Gordon ran for 144 yards, James White added 143 and No. 23 Wisconsin’s revamped defense pitched a shutout in coach Gary Andersen’s debut for a 45-0 win Saturday over Massachusetts. Gordon and White padded their totals by each running for touchdowns of at least 51 yards for the Badgers, who didn’t stray far

from their trademark rushing attack with the defensive-minded Andersen now pacing the sideline. EASTERN WASHINGTON (25) OREGON STATE

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CORVALLIS, Ore. — Vernon Adams passed for 411 yards and ran for 107 and the go-ahead score with 18 seconds left as Eastern Washington upset No. 25 Oregon State 49-46 on Saturday to become the third FCS team to beat a ranked FBS team. Adams threw for four touchdowns and ran for two, completing 23 of 30 passes despite leaving the game twice — once with cramping and a second time after taking a hard hit near the sideline. Adams returned, though, and scored on a 2-yard run to put the Eagles up 49-46. It was the first time a team from the Football Championship Subdivision has defeated a ranked team from the Football Bowl Subdivision since James Madison beat Virginia Tech in September 2010.

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CHARLESTON — Malcolm Dixon passed for two touchdowns and Zachary Frazier ran for two more to rally Charleston Southern past The Citadel 32-29. Dixon threw touchdown passes to Kevin Glears and Donte Sumpter in the second quarter. Frazier scored both of his touchdowns in the third quarter to help Charleston Southern rally from a 16-point deficit. From wire reports

COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Thursday State (6) South Carolina 27, North Carolina 10 Wake Forest 31, Presbyterian 7 SEC Mississippi 39, Vanderbilt 35 Top 25 (11) Southern Cal 30, Hawaii 13 Friday ACC Miami 34, Florida Atlantic 6 Saturday State (5) Georgia at (8) Clemson, late Charleston Southern 32, Citadel 29 Gardner-Webb 28, Furman 21 Wofford at Baylor, late Coastal Carolina 27, South Carolina State 20 ACC Georgia Tech 70, Elon 0 Boston College 24, Villanova 14 Maryland 43, Florida International 10 North Carolina State 40, Louisiana Tech 14 Virginia 19, Brigham Young 16 Penn State 23, Syracuse 17 Duke 45, North Carolina Central 0 SEC (1) Alabama 35, Virginia Tech 10 (7) Texas A&M 52, Rice 31 (10) Florida 24, Toledo 6 (12) LSU vs. (20) TCU at Arlington, Texas, late (13) Oklahoma St. 21, Mississippi State 3 Arkansas 34, Louisiana Lafayette 14 Tennessee 45, Austin Peay 0 Washington State at Auburn, late Western Kentucky at Kentucky, late Murray State at Missouri, late Top 25 (2) Ohio St. 40, Buffalo 20 (3) Oregon 66, Nicholls St. 3 (14) Notre Dame 28, Temple 6 (15) Texas vs. New Mexico St., late (16) Oklahoma vs. Louisiana-Monroe, late (17) Michigan 59, Central Michigan 9 (18) Nebraska vs. Wyoming, late (19) Boise St. at Washington, late (21) UCLA vs. Nevada, late (22) Northwestern at California, late (23) Wisconsin 45, Massachusetts 0 Eastern Washington 49, (25) Oregon St. 46 Today Top 25 (9) Louisville vs. Ohio, 3:30 p.m. (ESPN) Monday ACC (11) Florida State at Pittsburgh, 8 p.m. (ESPN)

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Boston College wins 24-14 in Addazio’s debut BOSTON — Alex Amidon had 13 catches for 146 yards and a touchdown as Boston College recovered from a slow start to beat Villanova 24-14 on Saturday and win its first game under head coach Steve Addazio. Andre Williams ran for 114 yards on 23 carries for the Eagles (1-0), who won just twice last season and fired coach Frank Spaziani. John Robertson ran for 94 yards and passed for 158 more for Villanova (0-1). Jamal Abdur-Rahman caught one TD pass and had a 47-yard touchdown run on a fake punt on the game’s opening drive. DUKE NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL

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DURHAM, N.C. — Brandon Connette threw for two touchdowns and ran for another, and Duke earned its first shutout in 24 years with a season-opening 45-0 rout of North Carolina Central. Jamison Crowder returned a punt 76 yards for a touchdown, starting QB Anthony

for two touchdowns and ran for one more in Georgia Tech’s 70-0 rout of Elon. Four different Georgia Tech players ran for touchdowns in the first quarter Saturday, and the Yellow Jackets added a school-record 173 interception return yards. Georgia Tech achieved the largest margin of victory by an ACC school, surpassing Florida State’s 69-0 win over Western Carolina in 2008. MARYLAND FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Boston College quarterback Chase Rettig (11) scrambles for yardage ahead of Villanova’s Corey Majors (42) and Don Cherry (44) during the Eagles’ 24-14 victory on Saturday in Boston.

Boone had a 1-yard touchdown run and Jela Duncan added a 3-yard scoring run. PENN STATE SYRACUSE

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Christian Hackenberg threw two touchdown passes in his first college game and the freshman led Penn State to

23-17 victory against Syracuse. Hackenberg went 22 for 31 for 278 yards with two interceptions and became the second freshman to start a Penn State opener at quarterback since 1910. GEORGIA TECH ELON

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. — C.J. Brown celebrated his return from injury with a marvelous performance, throwing for three touchdowns and running for two scores to lead Maryland over Florida International 43-10. Brown missed all of last year after tearing his left ACL in preseason practice. The senior made up for lost time during a torrid first half, completing 15 of 16 passes and running for 99 yards to help the Terrapins (1-0) go up 40-10.


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RALEIGH, N.C. — Freshman Matt Dayes ran for 84 yards and three touchdowns to help North Carolina State beat Louisiana Tech 40-14 in its first game under coach Dave Doeren. Tony Creecy also scored for the Wolfpack (1-0), who scored the first 24 points with Doeren’s no-huddle offense. VIRGINIA BYU

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Kevin Parks ran 13 yards for a touchdown with 2:36 to play Saturday night and Virginia beat BYU 19-16 in a wild, rain-drenched seasonopener that had a 2-hour weather delay. Parks’ run came one play after Anthony Harris intercepted a tipped pass from Taysom Hill and then flipped the ball to teammate Henry Coley, who was running alongside and carried it to the 13. From wire reports





Manziel tosses 3 TDs as Aggies cruise 52-31 COLLEGE STATION, Texas — After serving his first-half suspension, Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel threw three TD passes and scrambled for 19 yards — ran his mouth a bit, too — as No. 7 Texas A&M posted a lopsided 52-31 win over Rice. Manziel was sitting out because of what the school said was an “inadvertent’’ violation of NCAA rules involving signing autographs. His first touchdown came on a 23yard pass to Mike Evans on A&M’s second drive of the half. Shortly before that, he got into it with a Rice defender, appearing to mimic signing an autograph while getting up from a tackle. He ended his day by getting yanked following an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for pointing at the scoreboard after a TD pass in the fourth quarter. He was replaced by Matt Joeckel on A&M’s last drive. Joeckel started at quarterback for A&M and threw for 190 yards and a touchdown to help the Aggies to a 28-21 lead at halftime. Manziel came in on Texas A&M’s first offensive play of the second half and the Aggies capped his first drive with a 44-yard field goal. He had been investigated for allegedly accepting money for autographs from memorabilia brokers, a violation of NCAA rules that could have led to a much longer suspension. Instead, the first freshman to win the Heisman only had to sit out the first two quarters to start the season after which he set numerous school and Southeastern Conference records while leading Texas A&M to an 11-2 mark and a victory over No. 1 Alabama. (1) ALABAMA VIRGINIA TECH

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HOUSTON — J.W. Walsh threw for 135 yards and ran for another 125 and a touchdown to lead the No. 13 Oklahoma State Cowboys to a 21-3 win over the Mississippi State Bulldogs in the Texas Kickoff Saturday. Walsh finished 18 of 27 after relieving starter Clint Chelf on the Cowboys’ third series. Jeremy Smith rushed for 102 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries for Oklahoma State (1-0), which piled up 432 yards on offense after struggling for most of the first half. ARKANSAS LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE


Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel (2) scrambles for yards during the third quarter of the Aggies’ 52-31 victory over Rice on Saturday in College Station, Texas.

came the first Alabama player since at least the 1940s to have two returns for touchdowns, Vinnie Sunseri brought back an interception for another TD, and the top-ranked Crimson Tide overcame a sluggish offensive performance to beat Virginia Tech 35-10. Jones scored on a 72-yard punt return less than 2 minutes into the game, then scooted loose on a kickoff for a 94-yard touchdown that led the Crimson Tide (1-0) to a win that could’ve been much tougher to start its quest for an unprecedented third straight national title.

TIGERS from Page B1 that ended with running back Todd Gurley scoring from 12 yards out. Patrick Beless’ extra point tied the game at 28-28 with 7:41 left. The Tigers responded by driving down the field on the next possession. A 17-yard run by Roderick McDowell, the former Sumter High School standout making his first career start as a fifth-year senior, ws the big play. The drive stalled inside the Georgia 10, and the Tigers had to settle for 24-yard field goal by Catanzaro with 4:46 to go, making it 31-28. Georgia looked as though it would go ahead as it moved to a first down and goal on its next possession. However, the Clemson defense forced the Bulldogs to try a field goal, and a high snap foiled that. Clemson scored again when Stanton Seckinger caught a 7-yard TD pass from Boyd. McDowell had a 35-yard run on the drive.


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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Mack Brown had a career day, Jeff Driskel was efficient and No. 10 Florida opened the season with a 24-6 victory over Toledo on Saturday. Brown ran 25 times for 112 yards and two touchdowns. Driskel completed 17 of 22 passes for 153 yards and a score. And Florida’s defense, which ranked fifth in the country in 2012, looked every bit as good as last year’s version despite losing eight starters and its coordinator.

McDowell had 122 yards on 19 carries and one catch for 10 yards at press time. Neither team could do anything on their first drives of the game, both going three downs and out. Then it was off to the races for the next few series. It started with the Tigers going on a 9-play, 76yard scoring drive. McDowell had 14 yards on the drive. Boyd completed a 25-yard pass to wide receiver Charone Peake to set up a 4-yard scoring run for himself. Catanzaro’s extra point made it 7-0 with 9:29 left in the first quarter. Georgia needed one play to answer as Gurley broke off a 75-yard scoring run at the 9:17 mark. Not to be outdone, Boyd hit wide receiver Sammy Watkins with a short pass on first down. Watkins broke a tackle and then took off for a 77yard touchdown pass. That made it 14-7 with 8:58 left, meaning three touchdowns were scored in a span of 31 seconds. Georgia scored on its next possession, but need-

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Brandon Allen was 15-of-22 passing for 230 yards and three touchdowns as Arkansas opened the Bret Bielema era with a 34-14 win over Louisiana-Lafayette. Allen, taking over as the starting quarterback for the Razorbacks, threw a pair of touchdown passes to Javontee Herndon and helped improve Bielema to 8-0 in his career in season openers. TENNESSEE AUSTIN PEAY



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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Rajion Neal rushed for 141 yards and Justin Worley threw three touchdown passes as Tennessee began Butch Jones’ coaching tenure with a 45-0 rout of Austin Peay. Neal and Worley sat out the entire third and fourth quarters after the Volunteers scored touchdowns on each of their six first-half possessions. Worley went 11 of 13 for 104 yards and threw touchdown passes to Devrin Young, Alton “Pig’’ Howard and Brendan Downs. From wire reports

ed 11 plays to do so. Running back Keith Marshall closed out the 76-yard drive with a 4-yard scoring run to tie the game at 14-14 with 4:12 to go. The Bulldogs stopped Clemson on its next possession, stopping the consecutive touchdowns at four. However, the punt left Georgia started at its 3-yard line. That didn’t matter though as UGA marched to a third straight touchdown in 10 plays. The big play was a 33-yard completion from Murray to wide receiver Rantavious Wooten to the Clemson 1. Quayvon Hicks scored on the next play to make it 21-14 with 13 minutes left in the first half. Clemson’s defense would stiffen though and shut the Bulldogs down on their next six possessions. On the second one, Murray was sacked and fumbled with Clemson recovering at the Georgia 16. Boyd ran two yards for a touchdown with 3:51 left to make the halftime score 21-21.


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different classifications, it has been that way for the past several years. Opening with someone that wasn’t as emotionally attached to the game as a county rival would have been more to his liking. With all of the buzz surrounding the change at SHS, the perception of some may have been that snapping the streak against Crestwood was a given; not Kennedy nor his coaching staff, but Sumter High fans. Crolley, being the veteran coach and motivator he is, seized on that and had his team ready to play beyond the usual intensity that comes with a rivalry game. All rivalry talk and motivation aside, Crestwood was simply the better football team. The Knights offensive line pushed the Sumter defense around, especially from the second quarter on. As good as Crestwood is at running the WingT, the Hammer is what won the game on Friday. There was no misdirection, no pulling guards that go with the Wing-T, just hand the ball off to one of three backs and go straight ahead. Also, every one of the Crestwood backs

HAMPTON, Ga. — Kevin Harvick raced to his first NASCAR Nationwide Series victory of the year, holding off Kyle Busch on the final lap at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Saturday night. Harvick pulled ahead of Busch on the 60th lap and led 132 of the 195 laps. Busch had won six of the previous Nationwide events this year in which he also won the pole. Sam Hornish Jr. was third, followed by Kasey Kahne, rookie Kyle Larson, Joey Lagano, Trevor Bayne, Austin Dillon, Regan Smith and Brian Scott. HARVICK The victory marked a redemption of sorts for Harvick, who lost the lead on the final lap last year in the Nationwide event at Atlanta when Brad Keselowski bumped Ricky Stenhouse Jr. on the front straightaway and Stenhouse went ahead for good in Turn 3. Harvick finished third last year. Saturday’s victory was his 40th on the Nationwide circuit. He has made seven starts this year, and hasn’t finished lower than fifth in his last six events. When the fourth and final caution ended, Busch moved past Kahne and was side by side with Harvick with six laps to go. Busch was a single car length back with three laps to go, but Harvick wouldn’t let him get low and never relinquished the lead.

runs the ball hard. Williams had over 200 yards and Jason McDaniel was over 100. With what the Knights do and if they continue to do it to this degree, they could have an outstanding season even with being part of Region VI-3A. Sumter fans don’t need to start fretting. There is a lot of football left to play and one has to think the Gamecocks will get better as the season progresses, especially in the first year under a new head coach. SHS needs to shore itself up defensively, and it doesn’t get any easier this week against Stratford. This group of Knights is led by quarterback Jacob Park, a Georgia commitment. Offensively for Sumter, it displayed some big play potential with running back Rusell Jenkins and quarterback James Barnes going up top to Ky’Jon Tyler and Xzavion Burson. However, the Gamecocks sputtered at times, not getting the push up front it needed in short yardage situations. It will be interesting to see how the season unfolds for both schools.

PREP SCHEDULE TUESDAY Varsity Girls Tennis Wilson Hall at Ben Lippen, 4 p.m. Laurence Manning at Holly Hill, 3:30 p.m. Palmetto Christian at Thomas Sumter (at Palmetto Tennis Center), 4 p.m. Junior Varsity Girls Tennis Thomas Sumter at Williamsburg, 4 p.m. Robert E. Lee at Emmanuel Christian, 4 p.m. Varsity Volleyball Laurence Manning at Holly Hill, 5 p.m. Robert E. Lee at Trinity-Byrnes, 5 p.m. Dorchester at Clarendon Hall, 5:30 p.m. Northside Christian at Sumter Christian, 5 p.m. Junior Varsity Volleyball Laurence Manning at Holly Hill, 4 p.m. Robert E. Lee at Trinity-Byrnes, 4 p.m. Dorchester at Clarendon Hall, 4:30 p.m. Northside Christian at Sumter Christian, 4 p.m. WEDNESDAY Varsity Cross Country Sumter in Sandhills by RNE (at Clemson Extension in Columbia), 5:30 p.m. Varsity Girls Tennis Laurence Manning at Wilson Hall (at Palmetto Tennis Center), 4 p.m. Robert E. Lee at Williamsburg, 4 p.m. Junior Varsity Girls Tennis Wilson Hall at Pee Dee, 4 p.m. Williamsburg at Robert E. Lee, 4 p.m. Varsity Volleyball Sumter at Lakewood, 6:45 p.m. West Florence at East Clarendon, 7 p.m. Branchville at Scott’s Branch, 5:30 p.m. Wilson Hall at Laurence Manning, 5 p.m. Carolina at Thomas Sumter, 5 p.m. Junior Varsity Volleyball West Florence at East Clarendon, 5:30 p.m. Wilson Hall at Laurence Manning, 4 p.m. Carolina at Thomas Sumter, 4 p.m. B Team Volleyball Sumter at Lakewood, 5:30 p.m. Hammond at Robert E. Lee, 4:30 p.m. THURSDAY Junior Varsity Football Sumter at Stratford, 7:30 p.m. Lakewood at Crestwood, 6 p.m. Marion at Manning, 6:30 p.m. Buford at Lee Central, 6 p.m. Wilson Hall at Laurence Manning, 7 p.m. Thomas Sumter at Trinity-Byrnes, 6 p.m.

Clarendon Hall at Jefferson Davis, 6 p.m. B Team Football Sumter at Stratford, 6 p.m. East Clarendon at Green Sea Floyds, 6 p.m. Wilson Hall at Laurence Manning, 5 p.m. Varsity Girls Golf Sumter at Spring Valley (at Woodlands Country Club), TBA Heathwood Hall at Wilson Hall (at Sunset Country Club), 4 p.m. Varsity Girls Tennis Cardinal Newman at Wilson Hall (at Palmetto Tennis Center), 4 p.m. Carolina at Thomas Sumter (at Palmetto Tennis Center), 4 p.m. Junior Varsity Girls Tennis Wilson Hall at Cardinal Newman, 4 p.m. Thomas Sumter at Carolina, 4 p.m. Varsity Volleyball Hanahan, Brookland-Cayce at Sumter, 5:30 p.m. Lakewood at Lee Central, 5:30 p.m. East Clarendon at Marlboro County, 7 p.m. Cardinal Newman at Wilson Hall, 5:15 p.m. Calhoun at Thomas Sumter, 5 p.m. Clarendon Hall at Jefferson Davis, 5:30 p.m. Grace Christian at Sumter Christian, 5 p.m. Junior Varsity Volleyball Hanahan, Brookland-Cayce at Sumter, 5:30 p.m. East Clarendon at Marlboro County, 5:30 p.m. Cardinal Newman at Wilson Hall, 4 p.m. Calhoun at Thomas Sumter, 4 p.m. Clarendon Hall at Jefferson Davis, 4:30 p.m. Grace Christian at Sumter Christian, 4 p.m. B Team Volleyball Robert E. Lee at Timmerman, 4:30 p.m. FRIDAY Varsity Volleyball Sumter Christian at Conway Christian, 5 p.m. Junior Varsity Volleyball Sumter Christian at Conway Christian, 4 p.m. SATURDAY Varsity Swimming Wilson Hall, Thomas Sumter at Palmetto Christian, 9 a.m. Varsity Volleyball Sumter in Lady Gamecock Spike-Off, TBA

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SPORTS ITEMS Busch was trying to win a Nationwide event at Atlanta for the first time. He has won one Sprint Cup race and four Truck races, but now has five runnerup Nationwide finishes at Atlanta. Busch has nine Nationwide victories this year. GARCIA TAKES LEAD AT DEUTSCHE BANK

NORTON, Mass. — A good start and a great finish was enough for Sergio Garcia to take the lead Saturday in the Deutsche Bank Championship. For Phil Mickelson, just finishing in the same spot he started was a victory. On another day of soft conditions and plenty of birdies on the TPC Boston, Garcia opened with five birdies in seven holes, and then made an 18-foot eagle putt on the 18th hole for a 7-under 64 and a one-shot lead over Roberto Castro and Henrik Stenson, the Swede who is popping up on every leaderboard. Garcia was at 13-under 129, and it held up as the lead when no one could catch him on a cloudy afternoon with some light rain. Stenson had a 63, and Castro shot 65. Tiger Woods, in the 1-2-3 grouping with Mickelson and Adam Scott, made a 35-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole for a 67 and was six shots back. Mickelson, however, managed to steal the show with a 71.

BY TIM REYNOLDS The Associated Press MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Jay Brophy is 53. Doctors have told him his brain is 70. The former Miami Hurricanes and Miami Dolphins linebacker has two replaced hips, some back issues, and might walk and talk a little bit more slowly than he did a few years ago. He’s one of the roughly 4,500 players who are part of the concussion-related lawsuit that the NFL is willing to pay $765 million plus legal fees to settle. There’s no guarantee that Brophy — who said he’s been diagnosed with what doctors called boxer’s pugilistica, a disease that typically affects fighters and other athletes who take repeated blows to the head — will ever see any of that money. If so, he’s not complaining. “It’s a good gesture. Hopefully, it’s the right thing,’’ Brophy said. “I’ll believe it when I see it, but I hope it’s the right direction. For money, I could care less. I don’t care if I get a dime. Treatment would be better.’’ If Brophy was suffering this weekend, it wasn’t obvious. He spent it with many former Hurricanes teammates to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their 1983 national championship, chatting with old friends, smiling and talking and laughing and telling stories about how in his native Akron, Ohio, he spent some time coaching a relatively athletic young kid named LeBron James who eventually gave up football to become a fourtime-and-counting NBA MVP. When news of the tentative settlement — a judge still has to accept the deal, though all indications are it will become reality — hit,

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PORTLAND, Ore. — Yani Tseng moved into position to end a long victory drought, shooting a 9-under 63 on Saturday to take a three-stroke lead into the final round of the Safeway Classic. Tseng, the 24-year-old Taiwanese star who has 15 LPGA Tour titles and had a 109-week run at No. 1 in the world ranking, is winless in 36 events since the Kia Classic in March 2012. She has tumbled to No. 15 in the world and missed cuts in the four of her last five tournaments. From wire reports

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Brophy didn’t know exactly how to react. Much of the reaction fixated on the money, which was an enormous-sounding sum to some, a mere drop from the deep NFL coffers to others. But to Brophy, it made more sense to think about what the money could mean years from now. “I understand what the NFL’s saying,’’ Brophy said. “But now we know these things are happening. Let’s do something about it. It’s a $10 billion business, man. For guys who are in it for money and that’s all, then shame on them. The majority don’t care about a dime. I’d like to get some treatment and find out what we can really do to help.’’ Player safety, especially relating to head injuries, has been at the forefront of the NFL conversation for years. Earlier this year, the NFL announced that it’s part of a $60 million initiative to research ways to further speed diagnosis and improve treatment for brain injuries. Excessive contact on the field is now flag-worthy in many cases. Brophy doesn’t seem to like that part very much. “I think the rules are getting out of control,’’ Brophy said. “If you want to play flag football, then the NFL’s gone. It’s a violent sport for violent people. ... We understand injuries are going to happen. And if you told me that, I would have played because I was a nutcase anyway. I think you have to be a little bit to play the game.’’




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Pittsburgh catcher Russell Martin (55) is greeted by teammates Garrett Jones, center, and Marlon Byrd after his 3-run homer on Saturday during the Pirates’ 7-1 victory over St. Louis in Pittsburgh.

Bucs rout Cards for N.L. Central lead PITTSBURGH — A.J. Burnett scattered four hits over seven innings, Russell Martin hit a three-run homer and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the St. Louis Cardinals 7-1 on Saturday night to regain sole possession of the NL Central lead. Neil Walker added three hits for the Pirates, who improved to 79-56 and moved within three victories of their first winning season since 1992. Burnett (7-9) gave up one run while striking out six and walking one. METS NATIONALS

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WASHINGTON — Zack Wheeler pitched effectively into the seventh inning and the New York Mets piled up a season-high 17 hits in routing Washington 11-3. Eric Young Jr., Daniel Murphy, Josh Satin and Juan Lagares had three hits apiece for New York, which scored 11 runs for the second time in three days and won its third straight. CUBS PHILLIES

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CHICAGO — Starlin Castro hit a tiebreaking homer in the sixth to lead the Chicago Cubs to a 4-3 victory over Philadelphia. Cole Gillespie drove in two runs with a single and a sacrifice fly as the Cubs earned their fourth win in 20 home games since the All-Star break. Castro, Junior Lake, Wellington Castillo and Darwin Bar-

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BOSTON — Jake Peavy pitched seven strong innings against his former team, Jacoby Ellsbury had three hits and Boston beat the Chicago White Sox 7-2 for its sixth win in seven games. Ellsbury also scored twice and drove in a run for the AL East-leaders. David Ortiz, who snapped an 0-for-23 stretch with a two-run single in Friday’s win, went 2-for-4 with a walk and an RBI in Boston’s 15-hit attack. YANKEES ORIOLES

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NEW YORK — Ivan Nova threw a three-hitter for his first career shutout, Robinson Cano had an RBI double in the first and homered in the eighth as the New York Yankees edged Baltimore 2-0 for their second straight win over the Orioles. Nova (8-4) outworked Scott Feldman in an efficient 104-pitch outing for his second complete game, helping the Yankees move past the their division rival by a halfgame in the AL wild-card chase. New York entered the final day of August trailing Oakland by 4½ games. Baltimore trailed by four. BLUE JAYS ROYALS

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HOUSTON — Joe Saunders pitched neatly into the sixth inning for his first win in a month, and Seattle beat Houston 3-1 night for its third consecutive victory. Kendrys Morales, Nick Franklin and Dustin Ackley each drove in a run for the Mariners, who had lost six in a row before the series against the major leagueworst Astros. TWINS TRADE MORNEAU TO PIRATES

PITTSBURGH — The Minnesota Twins have traded Justin Morneau to the Pittsburgh Pirates, sending the veteran first baseman to a playoff-contending team for the final month of the season. The deal was done on Saturday before the deadline. The Twins obtained outfielder Alex Presley and either a player to be named or cash. Morneau, the former American League MVP, batted .259 with 32 doubles, 17 home runs and 74 RBI for the Twins this year in 495 at-bats.

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a Grand Slam tournament, at a WTA Tour event on hard courts, or against at top-10 foe. She’s now achieved all that, her latest breakthrough victory a rout of 2011 Wimbledon champ Petra Kvitova on Saturday. Riske won 6-3, 6-0, taking the last eight games against the seventh-seeded Czech, who was in bed with a fever the day before. “I’ve got a new confidence in myself,’’ Riske said through tears in an on-court interview.

Singles Men Third Round David Ferrer (4), Spain, def. Mikhail Kukushkin, Kazakhstan, 6-4, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4. Milos Raonic (10), Canada, def. Feliciano Lopez (23), Spain, 6-7 (4), 6-4, 6-3, 6-4. Rafael Nadal (2), Spain, def. Ivan Dodig, Croatia, 6-4, 6-3, 6-3. Janko Tipsarevic (18), Serbia, def. Jack Sock, United States, 3-6, 7-6 (1), 6-1, 6-2. Philipp Kohlschreiber (22), Germany, def. John Isner (13), United States, 6-4, 3-6, 7-5, 7-6 (5). Richard Gasquet (8), France, def. Dmitry Tursunov (32), Russia, 6-3, 2-6, 6-4, 4-2, retired. Women Third Round Simona Halep (21), Romania, def. Maria Kirilenko (14), Russia, 6-1, 6-0. Alison Riske, United States, def. Petra Kvitova (7), Czech Republic, 6-3, 6-0. Flavia Pennetta, Italy, def. Svetlana Kuznetsova (27), Russia, 7-5, 6-1. Ana Ivanovic (13), Serbia, def. Christina McHale, United States, 4-6, 7-5, 6-4. Victoria Azarenka (2), Belarus, def. Alize Cornet (26), France, 6-7 (2), 6-3, 6-2. Daniela Hantuchova, Slovakia, def. Julia Glushko, Israel, 3-6, 7-5, 7-6 (4).

“I believe that I belong here.’’ Riske was all set to play for Vanderbilt in 2009 when a family friend who owns a chemical company offered to sponsor

her. So she turned pro. A year ago at this time, she was questioning the wisdom of that decision. Then she rejoined coach Yves Boulais.


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While Earnhardt, ranked seventh in the points, is solidly positioned to maintain his spot in the playoff, he knows major problems at Atlanta and next weekend’s race in Richmond could knock him out. “We’re just going to have to keep an eye on everybody around us,’’ Earnhardt said. “I feel pretty good. I love Atlanta. I love Richmond. Those are good tracks for us. We have a chance to be successful, so I feel pretty confident.’’ Last season, the sport’s most popular driver made the Chase but lost any hope of claiming his first series title when he sustained a concussion at Talladega, preventing him from racing the next two weeks. Now, with another shot at going for a championship, the 38-year-old Earnhardt knows he must balance his desire to win races against making sure he’s still running at the end. “I understand. I’ve been through the process before,’’ he said. “You don’t want to make knee-jerk reactions on the race track, do things that cause problems and wreck the car or anything like that. I’ve been in situations where I didn’t realize the sacrifice I made until it was too late. Now, I understand it’s about being more patient and allowing the race to happen.’’ No one is feeling the heat more than Brad Keselowski. The defending Cup champion has yet to win this season and ranks 11th in the standings, making it possible he won’t even get a chance to defend his crown in the final 10 races of the season.


“Quite honestly, our backs are against the wall,’’ Keselowski said. “But these are the times where great teams step up and make something happen, great drivers step up and make a play. I’m looking forward to the opportunity to prove what we’re worth.’’ Johnson, who had an unprecedented run of titles from 2006-10, leads the standings and clinched his spot in the Chase three weeks ago. Bowyer wrapped up his automatic spot last week. Kenseth — who has a serieshigh five victories — is assured of at least a wild card, one of two spots that go to the drivers ranked 11th to 20th with the most wins. Others are close. Carl Edwards and Kevin Harvick can clinch their spots before they head to Richmond, while Kyle Busch — who missed out on the Chase a year ago — is in good position this time with three wins and the fifth-most points. Earnhardt, Kasey Kahne, Greg Biffle and Joey Logano are next in line, though not nearly as comfortable about their chances of advancing. Right on their heels are Keselowski, Kurt Busch, Jeff Gordon and Martin Truex. At the moment, Truex is only 14th in the standings but has a win — which gives him the edge in the wild-card race over the three drivers right ahead of him, all winless on the season. That could change in Atlanta, of course, which is why Truex is racing with a cast after breaking his right wrist in a crash at Bristol last weekend. Scott Speed is prepared to park his car and step in for Truex should the pain become unbearable during a 325-lap event on one of NASCAR’s fastest tracks.

ADVOCARE 500 LINEUP The Associated Press After Friday qualifying; race today At Atlanta Motor Speedway Hampton, Ga. Lap length: 1.54 miles (Car number in parentheses) 1. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 189.688 mph. 2. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 189.021. 3. (42) Juan Pablo Montoya, Chevrolet, 188.539. 4. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 188.533. 5. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 188.053. 6. (20) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, 187.983. 7. (56) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, 187.939. 8. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 187.519. 9. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 187.487. 10. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 187.475. 11. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, 187.424. 12. (15) Clint Bowyer, Toyota, 187.196. 13. (47) A J Allmendinger, Toyota, 187.007. 14. (34) David Ragan, Ford, 186.931. 15. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 186.736. 16. (27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 186.673. 17. (39) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 186.579. 18. (5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 186.547. 19. (13) Casey Mears, Ford, 186.472.

“Once I got back with him, things kind of unfolded themselves,’’ Riske said. “I felt really comfortable. I knew that with the tennis I was playing that things were going to start coming together. I just didn’t know when.’’ Williams advanced after midnight Saturday morning, beating 78th-ranked Yaroslava Shvedova of Kazakhstan 6-3, 6-1. The previous match in Arthur Ashe Stadium on Friday night lasted more than four hours: 2001 U.S. Open champion Lleyton Hewitt’s 6-4, 5-7, 3-6, 7-6 (2), 6-1 comeback victory over 2009 champion Juan Martin del Potro. Much, much earlier, Ste-

20. (9) Marcos Ambrose, Ford, 186.29. 21. (10) Danica Patrick, Chevrolet, 186.109. 22. (55) Brian Vickers, Toyota, 185.859. 23. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 185.722. 24. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 185.592. 25. (30) David Stremme, Toyota, 185.399. 26. (33) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 185.331. 27. (14) Mark Martin, Chevrolet, 185.238. 28. (31) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 185.065. 29. (43) Aric Almirola, Ford, 184.886. 30. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 184.732. 31. (38) David Gilliland, Ford, 184.523. 32. (78) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 184.499. 33. (35) Josh Wise, Ford, 184.358. 34. (83) David Reutimann, Toyota, 183.728. 35. (95) Scott Speed, Ford, 182.747. 36. (7) Dave Blaney, Chevrolet, 182.416. 37. (93) Travis Kvapil, Toyota, Owner Points. 38. (51) Mike Bliss, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 39. (40) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 40. (87) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, Owner Points. 41. (32) Timmy Hill, Ford, Owner Points. 42. (36) J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 43. (98) Michael McDowell, Ford, Owner Points.

phens reached the round of 16 in New York for the first time by beating 23rd-seeded Jamie Hampton 6-1, 6-3 in another all-American matchup. Ever since Stephens announced her presence as a major force with a quarterfinal victory over a hobbling Williams at the Australian Open, tennis fans have craved a rematch on the biggest stage. Now it’s here. Saturday’s session opened with two minor upsets: Simona Halep, seeded 21st, crushed No. 14 Maria Kirilenko 6-1, 6-0, and Flavia Pennetta beat 27thseeded Svetlana Kuznetsova 7-5, 6-1.







New England quarterback Tim Tebow (5) was the biggest name let go on Saturday as NFL teams cut their rosters to 53.

Tebow among NFL cuts BY ARNIE STAPLETON The Associated Press After a restless night, hundreds of NFL players nervously checked their cellphones Saturday morning, cringing every time it buzzed. Tim Tebow was among those who got the dreaded call telling him to come see the coach and bring in his playbook. Teams had to whittle their rosters to the 53-man maximum Saturday, and although his release wasn’t a big surprise, Tebow was by far the biggest name among the notable cuts. “I will remain in relentless pursuit of continuing my lifelong dream of being an NFL quarterback,’’ an undaunted Tebow tweeted. After being let go by his third team in 18 months — and with the season just five days away — the quarterback’s chances of immediately catching on with another team seem slim. Several other veteran QBs also found themselves looking for work on this Labor Day weekend as the Giants released longtime backup David Carr, the Packers cut Vince

Young and the Bills chopped Matt Leinart. Other noteworthy cuts included Eagles RG Danny Watkins; 49ers LS Brian Jennings; 49ers WR Austin Collie; Panthers QB Jimmy Clausen; Saints S Jim Leonhard; Browns K Shayne Graham and Chargers WR Robert Meachem. Those who made the 53-man rosters had a weekend respite before heading back to work Monday, except for the Broncos and Ravens, who kick off the season Thursday night in Denver. The Broncos held meetings and a walk-through Saturday after final cuts were made. They’ll practice today, as will the Super Bowl champion Ravens, who are being forced to start the season on the road because baseball’s Orioles wouldn’t move their game

in Baltimore that night. Among Denver’s cuts was veteran running back Lance Ball, paving the way for the injured C.J. Anderson of Cal to make the roster while the Broncos wait for him to recover from a sprained right MCL. Teams can also fill their eight-man practice squads today. This could be it for Tebow, the popular but polarizing player who has provided both his supporters and detractors with plenty of fodder during his 35-game NFL career that includes a 47.9 completion percentage, 17 touchdown throws, nine interceptions, a dozen TD runs and 15 fumbles. Jettisoned by the Jets last winter, Tebow signed June 11 with New England, where the man who drafted him in Denver, Josh McDaniels, is the offensive coordinator. His three-month stay with the Patriots was decidedly lower key than his stints with the Broncos, whom he led to the playoffs in 2011, and Jets, but he still had trouble throwing the ball, posting a passer rating of just 47.2.


Registration for the YMCA of Sumter Church Basketball League begins today and runs through Oct. 25. There are leagues for boys and girls ages 3-15. For children ages 3-4, the cost is $25 for a member and $40 for a potential member. For ages 5-15, the cost if $40 for a member and $75 for a potential member. Practice begins in November with the season running from December through February. For more information, call the YMCA at (803) 773-1404 or visit OFFICIATING CLASSES

The Wateree Basketball Officials Association will be holding South Carolina High School League Basketball Officials Association training classes for prospective officials beginning on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Sumter County Recreation Department located at 155 Haynsworth Street. After the initial class, all other classes will be held on Monday beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the recreation department. The classes are necessary to officiate middle school, junior varsity and varsity high school games. Each training class will cover National Federation rules for high school basketball, South Carolina Basketball Official Association mechanics, and SCBOA exam preparation. The state wide clinic and exam will be held on Nov. 16, at Lexington High School. For more information, contact Granderson James, at (803) 968-2391 or by email at GOLF CLARENDON GOLF TOURNAMENT

The Clarendon County Recreation Department will be hosting the first Clarendon County Golf Program Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 21, at Wyboo Golf Club in Manning.

| The tournament is a fundraiser for its youth golf program. The tournament format will be 4-man Captain’s Choice. The cost to register is $200 per team or $50 per person. There will be a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Registration and sign-ins will begin at 11 a.m. Food and drink will be provided. Registration forms need to be submitted to the recreation department by Sept. 18. For more information or to get a registration form, call Wyboo Golf Club at (803) 478-7899 or golf program director Donald Hardy at (803) 473-6652). You can also call the recreation department at (803) 473-3543 or visit it at 3057 Raccoon Road in Manning. CHARLIE KUBALA MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT

Registration is now open for the Charlie Kubala Memorial Golf Tournament, which is set for Oct. 14 at Beech Creek Golf Club. For more information or to register, go to where online registration and payments are available or call Lt. Lee Monahan (803) 436-2161. PAR 4 PETS

The 2nd Annual Par 4 Pets Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday, Sept. 21, at Crystal Lakes Golf Course. The format is 4-man Captain’s Choice with an entry fee of $160 per team or $40 per player. Entry is limited to the first 20 teams. Registration is at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start at 8:30. There will be $5 per mulligan available at registration with a maximum of two per player. The event is a fundraiser for KAT’s Special Kneads small animal shelter. For more information, call Kathy Stafford at (803) 469-3906, Julie Wilkins at (803) 968-5176, Melissa Brunson at (803) 983-0038, Gail McLeod at (803) 840-4519 or Crystal Lakes manager Mike Ardis at (803) 775-1902.

TODAY 8:25 a.m. -- International Soccer: English Premier League Match from Liverpool, England -- Manchester United vs. Liverpool (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 8:30 a.m. -- Professional Golf: European PGA Tour Wales Open Final Round from Newport, Wales (GOLF). 10:55 a.m. -- International Soccer: English Premier League Match from London -- Tottenham vs. Arsenal (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 11:45 a.m. -- College Football: MEAC/SWAC Challenge from Orlando, Fla. -- Florida A&M vs. Mississippi Valley State (ESPN). Noon -- Professional Tennis: U.S. Open Men’s and Women’s Third-Round Matches from Flushing, N.Y. (WLTX 19). 1 p.m. -- PGA Golf: Deutsche Bank Championship Third Round from Norton, Mass. (GOLF). 1 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Baltimore at New York Yankees (TBS). 1:30 p.m. -- Track and Field: IAFF Diamond League from Zurich (WIS 10). 1:30 p.m. -- NASCAR Racing: Camping World Truck Series Chevrolet Silverado 250 from Bowmanville, Ontario (FOX SPORTS 1, WEGX-FM 92.9). 2 p.m. -- IRL Racing: IndyCar Series Grand Prix of Baltimore from Baltimore (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 2:10 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Philadelphia at Chicago Cubs (WGN). 2:30 p.m. -- PGA Golf: Deutsche Bank Championship Third Round from Norton, Mass. (WIS 10). 2:30 p.m. -- Professional Golf: Tour Hotel Fitness Championship Final Round from Fort Wayne, Ind. (GOLF). 3:30 p.m. -- College Football: Ohio at Louisville (ESPN). 5 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Miami at Atlanta (FOX SPORTSOUTH, WPUB-FM 102.7). 5 p.m. -- Senior PGA Golf: Champions Tour Shaw Charity Classic Final Round from Calgary, Alberta (GOLF). 5 p.m. -- IRL Racing: Indy Lights Series Grand Prix of Baltimore from Baltimore (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 7 p.m. -- NASCAR Racing: Sprint Cup Series AdvoCare 500 from Hampton, Ga. (ESPN, WEGX-FM 92.9). 7 p.m. -- LPGA Golf: Safeway Classic Final Round from Portland, Ore. (GOLF). 8 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: New York Mets at Washington (ESPN2). MONDAY 11 a.m. -- Professional Tennis: U.S. Open Men’s and Women’s Round-of-16 Matches from Flushing, N.Y. (WLTX 19). 11:30 a.m. -- PGA Golf: Deutsche Bank Championship Final Round from Norton, Mass. (GOLF). 1 p.m. -- PGA Golf: Deutsche Bank Championship Final Round from Norton, Mass. (WIS 10). 1 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: St. Louis at Cincinnati or Chicago White Sox at New York Yankees (MLB NETWORK). 1 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: New York Mets at Atlanta (SPORTSOUTH, WPUB-FM 102.7). 2:10 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Miami at Chicago Cubs (WGN). 3 p.m. -- High School Football: Godby (Fla.) vs. DeMatha (Md.) from College Park, Md. (ESPN). 4 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Texas at Oakland or Baltimore at Cleveland (MLB NETWORK). 6 p.m. -- WNBA Basketball: Los Angeles at Atlanta (FOX SPORTSOUTH, NBA TV). 6:05 p.m. -- Talk Show: Sports Talk (WDXY-FM 105.9, WDXY-AM 1240). 7 p.m. -- Professional Tennis: U.S. Open Men’s and Women’s Round-of-16 Matches from Flushing, N.Y. (ESPN2). 8 p.m. -- College Football: Florida State at Pittsburgh (ESPN). 9 p.m. -- Professional Boxing: Luis Collazo vs. Alan Sanchez for the WBA Welterweight Title from San Antonio (FOX SPORTS 1). 9 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Tampa Bay at Los Angeles Angels (MLB NETWORK).

MLB STANDINGS American League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB Boston 80 56 .588 – Tampa Bay 75 58 .564 31/2 New York 72 63 .533 71/2 Baltimore 71 63 .530 8 Toronto 62 74 .456 18 Central Division W L Pct GB Detroit 79 56 .585 – Cleveland 71 63 .530 71/2 Kansas City 69 66 .511 10 Minnesota 58 75 .436 20 Chicago 56 77 .421 22 West Division W L Pct GB Texas 78 56 .582 – Oakland 76 58 .567 2 Los Angeles 61 72 .459 161/2 Seattle 61 73 .455 17 Houston 44 90 .328 34 Friday’s Games N.Y. Yankees 8, Baltimore 5 Toronto 3, Kansas City 2 Detroit 7, Cleveland 2, 7 innings Boston 4, Chicago White Sox 3 Minnesota 3, Texas 2 L.A. Angels 5, Milwaukee 0 Seattle 7, Houston 1 Oakland 4, Tampa Bay 3 Saturday’s Games N.Y. Yankees 2, Baltimore 0 Toronto 4, Kansas City 2 Cleveland at Detroit, 7:08 p.m. Chicago White Sox at Boston, 7:10 p.m. L.A. Angels at Milwaukee, 7:10 p.m. Seattle at Houston, 7:10 p.m. Minnesota at Texas, 8:05 p.m. Tampa Bay at Oakland, 9:05 p.m. Today’s Games Baltimore (W.Chen 7-7) at N.Y. Yankees (Pettitte 10-9), 1:05 p.m. Kansas City (Shields 9-8) at Toronto (Happ 3-4), 1:07 p.m. Cleveland (Salazar 1-2) at Detroit (Verlander 12-10), 1:08 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Rienzo 1-0) at Boston (Doubront 106), 1:35 p.m. L.A. Angels (C.Wilson 13-6) at Milwaukee (Lohse 9-8), 2:10 p.m. Seattle (Iwakuma 12-6) at Houston (Oberholtzer 3-1), 2:10 p.m. Minnesota (Correia 8-10) at Texas (Blackley 2-1), 3:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Ro.Hernandez 6-13) at Oakland (Griffin 119), 4:05 p.m. Monday’s Games Chicago White Sox at N.Y. Yankees, 1:05 p.m. Detroit at Boston, 1:35 p.m. Minnesota at Houston, 2:10 p.m. Seattle at Kansas City, 2:10 p.m. Baltimore at Cleveland, 4:05 p.m. Texas at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. Toronto at Arizona, 4:10 p.m. Tampa Bay at L.A. Angels, 9:05 p.m. National League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB Atlanta 82 52 .612 – Washington 68 66 .507 14 Philadelphia 62 73 .459 201/2 New York 61 72 .459 201/2 Miami 49 84 .368 321/2 Central Division W L Pct GB Pittsburgh 78 56 .582 – St. Louis 78 56 .582 – Cincinnati 75 60 .556 31/2 Milwaukee 59 75 .440 19 Chicago 56 78 .418 22 West Division W L Pct GB Los Angeles 79 55 .590 – Arizona 68 65 .511 101/2 Colorado 64 72 .471 16 San Diego 60 74 .448 19 San Francisco 60 74 .448 19 Friday’s Games Philadelphia 6, Chicago Cubs 5

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| N.Y. Mets 3, Washington 2 Pittsburgh 5, St. Louis 0 Atlanta 2, Miami 1 L.A. Angels 5, Milwaukee 0 Colorado 9, Cincinnati 6 San Francisco 1, Arizona 0 L.A. Dodgers 9, San Diego 2 Saturday’s Games Philadelphia at Chicago Cubs, 4:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets at Washington, 7:05 p.m. St. Louis at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m. L.A. Angels at Milwaukee, 7:10 p.m. Miami at Atlanta, 7:10 p.m. Cincinnati at Colorado, 8:10 p.m. San Francisco at Arizona, 8:10 p.m. San Diego at L.A. Dodgers, 9:10 p.m. Today’s Games St. Louis (J.Kelly 6-3) at Pittsburgh (Kr.Johnson 0-1), 1:35 p.m. L.A. Angels (C.Wilson 13-6) at Milwaukee (Lohse 9-8), 2:10 p.m. Philadelphia (K.Kendrick 10-11) at Chicago Cubs (Arrieta 1-1), 2:20 p.m. Cincinnati (Leake 11-5) at Colorado (Chatwood 7-4), 4:10 p.m. San Diego (T.Ross 3-7) at L.A. Dodgers (Greinke 13-3), 4:10 p.m. San Francisco (Petit 1-0) at Arizona (Corbin 13-4), 4:10 p.m. Miami (Eovaldi 2-5) at Atlanta (A.Wood 3-2), 5:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets (Niese 6-6) at Washington (Ohlendorf 3-0), 8:05 p.m. Monday’s Games N.Y. Mets at Atlanta, 1:10 p.m. St. Louis at Cincinnati, 1:10 p.m. Pittsburgh at Milwaukee, 2:10 p.m. Miami at Chicago Cubs, 2:20 p.m. San Francisco at San Diego, 3:40 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at Colorado, 4:10 p.m. Toronto at Arizona, 4:10 p.m. Washington at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m.

NFL SCHEDULE Thursday’s Game Baltimore at Denver, 8:30 p.m. Sunday’s Games Atlanta at New Orleans, 1 p.m. Cincinnati at Chicago, 1 p.m. New England at Buffalo, 1 p.m. Tennessee at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. Tampa Bay at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m. Kansas City at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. Seattle at Carolina, 1 p.m. Miami at Cleveland, 1 p.m. Minnesota at Detroit, 1 p.m. Oakland at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. Green Bay at San Francisco, 4:25 p.m. Arizona at St. Louis, 4:25 p.m. N.Y. Giants at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Monday’s Games Philadelphia at Washington, 7:10 p.m. Houston at San Diego, 10:20 p.m. Thursday, Sep. 12 N.Y. Jets at New England, 8:25 p.m. Sunday, Sep. 15 Dallas at Kansas City, 1 p.m. Tennessee at Houston, 1 p.m. Washington at Green Bay, 1 p.m. Minnesota at Chicago, 1 p.m. St. Louis at Atlanta, 1 p.m. San Diego at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. Miami at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. Cleveland at Baltimore, 1 p.m. Carolina at Buffalo, 1 p.m. Detroit at Arizona, 4:05 p.m. New Orleans at Tampa Bay, 4:05 p.m. Jacksonville at Oakland, 4:25 p.m. Denver at N.Y. Giants, 4:25 p.m. San Francisco at Seattle, 8:30 p.m. Monday, Sep. 16 Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, 8:40 p.m.

GOLF Deutsche Bank Championship Par Scores The Associated Press Saturday At TPC Boston Norton, Mass. Purse: $8 million Yardage: 7,216; Par 71 Second Round Sergio Garcia 65-64—129 -13 Roberto Castro 65-65—130 -12 Henrik Stenson 67-63—130 -12 Matt Kuchar 66-66—132 -10 Jason Dufner 66-66—132 -10 Justin Rose 70-63—133 -9 Jordan Spieth 67-66—133 -9 Harris English 66-67—133 -9 Brendon de Jonge 69-65—134 -8 Jason Day 67-67—134 -8 Steve Stricker 66-68—134 -8 Keegan Bradley 69-65—134 -8 Shaw Charity Classic Par Scores The Associated Press Saturday At Canyon Meadows Golf Club Calgary, Alberta Purse: $2 million Yardage: 7,117; Par 71 Second Round Rocco Mediate 63-64—127 -15 Bobby Clampett 64-65—129 -13 Tom Pernice Jr. 67-64—131 -11 David Frost 65-66—131 -11 Michael Allen 65-66—131 -11 Kirk Triplett 66-66—132 -10 Jay Don Blake 66-66—132 -10

WNBA STANDINGS By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE W L Pct x-Chicago 20 8 .714 Atlanta 14 12 .538 Washington 14 15 .483 Indiana 13 15 .464 New York 11 18 .379 Connecticut 7 21 .250 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L Pct x-Minnesota 21 7 .750 x-Los Angeles 20 8 .714 Phoenix 14 13 .519 Seattle 15 14 .517 San Antonio 11 18 .379 Tulsa 9 20 .310 x-clinched playoff spot Friday’s Games Indiana 73, New York 67 San Antonio 74, Tulsa 65 Saturday’s Games Atlanta at Chicago, 8 p.m. Seattle at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Los Angeles at San Antonio, 8 p.m. Connecticut at Phoenix, 10 p.m. Today’s Game New York at Tulsa, 4:30 p.m. Monday’s Game Los Angeles at Atlanta, 6 p.m.

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How To Read The Market in Review The list includes the most active stocks in each exchange, as well as stocks of local interest. Stock Footnotes: cc – PE greater than 99. cld - Issue has been called for redemption by company. d - New 52-week low. dd – Loss in last 12 mos. ec - Company formerly listed on the American Exchange's Emerging Company Marketplace. g - Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h - temporary exmpt from Nasdaq capital and surplus listing qualification. n - Stock was a new issue in the last year. The 52-week high and low figures date only from the beginning of trading. pf - Preferred stock issue. pr - Preferences. pp - Holder owes installments of purchase price. q – Closed-end mutual fund; no PE calculated. rt - Right to buy security at a specified price. s - Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. wi - Trades will be settled when the stock is issued. wd - When distributed. wt - Warrant, allowing a purchase of a stock. u - New 52-week high. un - Unit,, including more than one security. vj - Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in front of the name. Mutual Fund Footnotes: e – Ex-capital gains distribution. f – Previous day’s quote. n - No-load fund. p – Fund assets used to pay distribution costs. r – Redemption fee or contingent deferred sales load may apply. s – Stock dividend or split. t – Both p and r. x – Ex-cash dividend. Source: The Associated Press and Morningstar. Sales figures are unofficial. iShHmCnst 20.56 iShUSEngy 46.18 iShCrSPSm 94.25 ITW 71.47 Infosys 46.37 IngerRd 59.14 Ingredion 62.94 Intermec 9.87 IBM 182.27 IntlGame 18.89 IntPap 47.21 Interpublic 15.72 IntPotash 12.44 InvenSense 17.87 Invesco 30.36 InvMtgCap 15.31 IronMtn 25.80 ItauUnibH 12.17

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Since opening a few weeks ago, the parking lot of East of Chicago Pizza has been busy in the lunch and dinner hours, serving up slice after slice of the franchise’s handmade pizza to Sumter residents. “It’s been phenomenal,” said Cathy Rabon, who owns the business with her husband, Bubba. From specialty pizzas to baked subs, wings, salads and much more, Sumter’s newest pizzeria offers a diverse menu. Its specialty, said Mike Williams, vice president of operations for the franchise, is its pizza, which can be made with five different crust styles and more than 15 choices in toppings. Williams said the pizzas are all handmade fresh in the restaurant, using a large mixer to make fresh dough daily. “Ours is a pan crust, which is nice and crisp on the bottom and light and airy inside,” he said. The same dough is used to make their dessert, CinnaPOPS, a cinnamon-sugar-covered confection popular among guests, he said. The popularity of the Sumter restaurant caught Williams by surprise. “Sales have been more than I expected,” he said. Chalk it up to a great product and experienced owners, he added. “They know if we cook it, it’s

Pizza maker Milo Colclough spreads the sauce on what will become a pepperoni pizza at East of Chicago Pizza recently.

good,” said Bubba Rabon. “We wanted to create a first-class pizza and dining facility.” The Rabons have been restaurateurs in both Sumter and Myrtle Beach, having owned Todd’s Steakhouse in the 1980s and Cathy’s on Broad more recently. The two currently own and operate Sports & Wings, a restaurant located on the corner of Wise and Broad streets. Bubba Rabon said he became familiar with East of Chicago after visiting a restaurant in Myrtle Beach. He and his wife were looking to “diversify” and saw an opportunity for a Sumter location of the pizzeria. “Their product was the best, and we wanted the best,” he said. Cathy Rabon said the pieces just fell into place.

“It was the right place, the right time and the right product,” she said. “And they were the right people,” Williams chipped in. It also didn’t hurt, they said, that the food is a family favorite. “We like pizza, our kids like pizza, and our grandkids like pizza,” Bubba Rabon said. The dining room of the restaurant features family style seating and several flat-screen televisions. “We are trying to create a nice, comfortable family atmosphere,” said Williams. Williams and the Rabons admit that there have been a few hiccups since the restaurant opened but said they are working toward running the restaurant at optimum performance. “We are trying to make the guest experience faster,” said Cathy Rabon. The East of Chicago Pizza franchise originally started with a single store in Greenwich, Ohio, in 1991 and soon branched out into multiple stores, mostly in Ohio, Illinois and Indiana. Williams said the name came from a frequent customer who claimed the fare was “the best pizza east of Chicago.” The Rabons said they are looking to expand the franchise into the surrounding areas. “We want to go all the way to the coast,” said Bubba Rabon. The Rabons said they are also looking to offer delivery in the near future when the restaurant hits its stride.



From staff reports

Bradham joins local bank Chris Bradham has joined First Citizens as agricultural business relationship manager and vice president for the company’s Darlington, Florence, Lee County and Sumter markets. In his role, Bradham will be responsible for expanding relationships with agriculture-based businesses, developing customized lend-

ing solutions for equipment, crop production and land acquisition needs, and facilitating business services, retireBRADHAM ment and estate settlement services for agriculture customers. Bradham will be based at the company’s office at 683 Bultman Drive.

“We have a large network of farmers and agricultural operations in these areas, and we look forward to the opportunity to better serve customers in this rapidly growing industry,” said J.B. Schwiers, agricultural business director for First Citizens. “We are excited about the benefits that Chris’ experience and expertise will bring to our customers as First Citizens continues

to expand our agricultural lending services.” Bradham comes to First Citizens with more than eight years of experience in the agricultural lending industry. Prior to joining the company, he served as a relationship manager for ArborOne Farm Credit. Bradham is a graduate of Clemson University and holds a bachelor’s degree in

agricultural mechanization and business. He currently serves as president of the South Carolina Young Farmers and Agribusiness Association and the Lee County Young Farmers and Agribusiness Chapter. In addition, Bradham has previously served as president of the Central Cattlemen’s Association. Bradham and his family reside in Mayesville.




Contact Ivy Moore at (803) 774-1221 or e-mail

MY COMMUNITY AND ME in 18th year Program benefits local 4th-graders BY IVY MOORE


hey start with a song and some fun activities, but Sumter’s fourth-graders acquire some pretty important information about the Sumter area when Sumter Volunteers’ Jo Anne Morris brings a microcosm of the community to their schools. And she’s been doing that for 17 years. When this year’s program is completed, My Community and Me will have reached more than 20,000 young citizens. Launched in 1996 by Sumter Volunteers, the program targets all fourth-graders whose schools, public or private, choose to participate. That’s most of them, Morris said. She describes My Community and Me as “a unique hands-on learning experience about the community, its history, services and the roles of citizen volunteers. The benefits and responsibilities of citizenship in Sumter County have been taught through tours, lessons and demonstrations. (The students) have also encountered outstanding community role models who have provided a broad range of future career choices.” The program started out to provide an enriching summer experience to about 30 at-risk Lemira School Camp students. Adult role models and high school students accompanied the students on seven weekly field trips throughout the community. Successful at helping the students learn more about their community, the program was repeated the following year and eventually was incorporated into the


Jo Anne Morris, left, executive director of Sumter Volunteers, explains the “My Communtiy and Me” program to the fourth-graders at Thomas Sumter Academy during a past presentation. Representatives from various community businesses, charitable and other organizations, education, media, government programs and more are needed to volunteer to participate in this year’s Community Circles.

curriculum for 32 Willow Drive Elementary School students in Rosanne DuRant’s 4th-grade class. Sumter Volunteers received a start-up grant from the Central Carolina Community Foundation, and My Community and Me was officially started during the 1996-97 year, with a goal of serving 500 students. Thirteen more schools asked to be included, and the program has continued to serve fourth-graders ever since. My Community and Me begins at Willow Drive each year with the “Community Circle.” Morris enlists representatives from Sumter’s business, education, religious, government, community service, healthcare and military communities to take part in the one-day program called My Community Circle, which is a literal circle formed by around 20 volunteer role models, who in turn

2013 COMMUNITY CIRCLES SCHEDULE • Sept. 5, 9:30 a.m. – Willow Drive cafeteria • Sept. 10, 9:30 a.m. – Millwood cafeteria • Sept. 11, 9:30 a.m. – Kingsbury cafeteria • Sept. 17, 1 p.m. – Lemira cafeteria • Sept. 18, 9:30 a.m. – Thomas Sumter Academy auditorium • Sept. 23, 1 p.m. – Delaine library • Sept. 24, 9:30 a.m. – Alice Drive cafeteria • Sept. 25, 9:30 a.m. – Pocalla multi-purpose room • Sept. 30, 1 p.m. – St. Anne parish hall • Oct. 2, 9:30 a.m. – High Hills gym • Oct. 4, 9:30 a.m. – Wilson Hall multi-purpose room • Oct. 15, 9:30 a.m. – Manchester cafeteria • Oct. 16, 9:30 a.m. – R.E. Davis gym • Oct. 22, 9:30 a.m. – Cherryvale gym

talk to the students about their jobs and careers. The young people learn about Sumter’s history, government, services, resources and the role of citizen volunteers from the speakers. “They are outstanding role models, who provide a broad range of future career choices,” Morris said. While the participants inform the fourth-graders about their own fit in the broader community, the stu-

dents also learn how they can benefit their hometown, including opportunities available to them in order to do so. Different community representatives speak at several schools in the city and county at a specified time, and Morris presents each student with a notebook containing educational information and fun activities. Designed to accompany the Community Circle program, the note-

book is interactive, with thought-provoking questions and exercises. The book is amply illustrated with drawings of local landmarks by several Sumter area artists, including Ray Davenport, Sylvester Hickmon, Kim Schneider and others. “As you learn more about your surroundings, you should feel a deeper love, respect and commitment, resulting in good citizenship now and as you mature,” reads the book’s introduction. It continues, “The community volunteers involved in the program will be ‘big friends’ and role models and just might help you with long range plans and future career choices. “Get ready! Get set!! You’re ‘go’ing on a ‘different’ and exciting new adventure in learning!!! Enjoy!!!” Morris said that Sumter Volunteers is seeking donations to fund the ever-growing program. “This program ties community and school together in a real team effort,” she said. “It is a winning combination. My Community and Me is a high priority project of Sumter Volunteers.” Beginning on Sept. 5, volunteers will visit fourthgrade classes in 14 of Sumter’s public and private schools to explain how their roles and their organizations affect the greater community, including the fourthgraders themselves. Morris is still seeking volunteers to fill the community circles. Potential Community Circlers are asked to choose a date and time from the list and to call Sumter Volunteers at (803) 775-7423. Call the same number to find out about other volunteer opportunities.

Sunrise Bakery opening; thousands take polio vaccine

yesteryear in Sumter

75 YEARS AGO – izenship program — 1938-39 Deuward Bultman is Jan 26-Feb 1 leading the Comrades Ducker and Bultman for the honor of serving installed this week a as Sumter’s mayor durdoughnut machine in ing Boy’s Week, which their store on North will be observed next Main Street for the purMay. Bultman’s lead is pose of making the nabased on the results of tionally known Downythe first three months of flake doughthe Better Citifrom the nuts. This zenship program archives of machine is of which has four The Item more months to the very latest type and is go. capable of Dancing his turning out way to fame — several Kenneth P. doughnuts Clarke, son of Dr. per day. and Mrs. H.A. Item Archivist To introMood of this city, duce this new SAMMY WAY who started a caproduct to reer as a dancer their friends nearly two years and customers Ducker ago and made good and Bultman are servfrom the start has been ing free on Friday and engaged as a dancer by Saturday between the the Anchor Steamship hours 9:30 and 5:30 Line, which specializes doughnuts and coffee. in pleasure cruises. The public is invited to Moses promoted – come in during these President Roosevelt hours and see this manominated Colonel chine in operation. Emile Moses of Sumter Bultman leads in cit- today to be brigadier

general of the line in the Marine Corps. Get your pastries here — Announcement is made today of the opening of Sunrise Bakery tomorrow morning at 11 o’clock at No. 6 Caldwell Street. This new concern is locally owned and operated. They will specialize in cakes, pies and pastries. In and Around the Town — It may seem from outside appearances that the work on the Agricultural building on Court House Square is progressing slowly, but as a matter of fact the work as a whole is going forward as rapidly as expected. The roof is on, and the inside work is being carried on without interruption. The brick veneer work is being done by the few WPA brick masons available, but those in charge state that the brick work will be completed as soon as the interior is finished

and ready for occupancy. The trustees of Consolidated High School District No. 34 will meet at the Girls High School tomorrow morning at 11 o’clock to receive bids on furniture and fixtures for the new high school building. The estimated cost of the furniture, etc., is $25,000. More than 600 new trees have been planted in street parkways and parks during the past few weeks under the supervision of Mrs. Julia Dillon, supervisor of parks. On Victory Drive east of North Main, in front of Polly Prentiss plant, 300 pines were planted in four rows: 336 oaks and pines were planted on Mood Avenue and Carolina Drive and 75 pines in Memorial Park. Longleaf pine and willow oaks were the varieties used. The main building on the Sumter County Fairgrounds is being en-

larged and re-roofed and another building for exhibits is being constructed between the main building and livestock barns. Tree surgeons have been working for days on the big oak on the 100 block of North Washington Street. The tree is one the largest remaining in Sumter and is worth saving at a great price. Some of the indefatigable fishermen already have their eyes on the First Mill annex to Swan Lake, when completed and beautified. They admit that it will be primarily a place of beauty to delight the souls of the artistic and esthetic, but still be a swell resort for black bass and bream anglers. The old mill pond was always one of the best places for trout and bream near Sumter, and the beautification will not decrease the fish population.

A Chapel Hill, N.C., news item announced the death Friday night of Professor A.C. McIntosh, Kenan professor emeritus of the University of North Carolina Law School. McIntosh will be remembered by some of the older citizens as a resident of Sumter in 1886-88, at which time he conducted the Sumter Boys High School in association with Mr. L.W. Dick. After leaving Sumter he taught school in North Carolina, his native state, was admitted to the bar, was elected judge and then for many years was a member of the law faculty of the UNC, serving as Kenan law professor and dean of the law school. The highway department is planning to widen the road from Myers’ Filling Station toward Columbia. About SEE YESTERYEAR, PAGE C4











ALCOLU — Casey Lynn Morris Escorted by her father, Joseph and Bradley Wayne Pelfrey, both of Morris Jr., the bride wore an ivory Manning, were united in marriage gown by Casablanca featuring a at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 8, 2013, at softly scooped and ruched crystal Clarendon Baptist Church. taffeta empire bodice and beaded The bride is the lace applique emdaughter of Mr. bellishing the skirt and Mrs. Bobby which was finished Gene Tucker and with a scalloped Mr. and Mrs. Johem and a chapel seph Franklin train. She carried a Morris Jr., all of large bouquet of Manning, and the calla lilies accented granddaughter of with a strand of Mr. and Mrs. ivory pearls. Quillon Curtis Lee Mrs. Erica Lee of Manning and Eaddy served as the late Mr. and matron of honor. Mrs. Joseph Bridesmaids were Franklin Morris Amanda Jane Sr. She graduated Chapman, Mrs. from Laurence Brandi Gibbons Manning AcadeHolladay, Mrs. my and Clemson Mary Kathryn JorUniversity with a dan and Mrs. Leigh MRS. BRADLEY PELFREY bachelor of sciAnn Maynard. ence degree in Flower girls were nursing. She is Eva Lee Eaddy and employed by Ann Adelaide Clarendon Memorial Hospital Eaddy. Home Health. The bridegroom’s father, Jimmy The bridegroom is the son of Mr. Wayne Pelfrey, served as best man. and Mrs. Robert Dean Mitchum and Groomsmen were Matthew Trey Jimmy Wayne Pelfrey, all of Alcolu, Casselman, Cecil Bozard McFaddin and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Eaddy, Kenneth Graison Matthews Raymond Delano Newman of Sum- and Joseph Franklin Morris III. Ushter and the late Mr. and Mrs. Joe ers were Gary Curtis Lee Jr. and Curtis Pelfrey Sr. He graduated from Daniel Carlisle Marchant. Manning High School and FlorThe reception was given by the ence-Darlington Technical College bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tuckwith an associate’s degree in radiol- er, at The Cypress Center in Manogy. He is employed by Clarendon ning. Memorial Hospital. The rehearsal party was given by The Rev. Michael DeCosta officithe bridegroom’s parents, Mr. and ated at the ceremony. Mrs. Mitchum, at Owen’s Farm Music was provided by Mrs. DeClubhouse in Summerton. nise Jones, pianist; and Anthony Following a wedding trip to CanJames Lee and Mrs. DeAnna Lyons cun, Mexico, the couple resides in Lee, vocalists. Manning.

Mrs. Joan Sims Ray of Sumter announces the engagement of her daughter, Julie Sims Ray of Sumter, to Richard Glenn Dennis Jr. of Sumter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Glenn Dennis Sr. of Blythewood. The bride-elect is also the daughter of the late Charles Douglas Ray, and the granddaughter of Mrs. Susie Viola Sims and the late Ralph Maxwell Sims and the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Ray, all of Sumter. She graduated from the Columbia College Honors Program with a bachelor of arts in speech-language pathology and the University of South Carolina with a master’s in communication disorders. She is employed as a speech-language pathologist by Sumter School District. The bridegroom-elect is the grandson of Fred Oscar Martin and the late Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson Martin and the late Mr. DENNIS, MISS RAY and Mrs. James Leslie Dennis Jr., all of Columbia. He graduated from the University of South Carolina with a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering. He is employed as a mechanical engineer by Continental Tire in Sumter. The wedding is planned for Nov. 2, 2013, at First Baptist Church in Sumter.

WEDDING / ENGAGEMENT POLICY The deadline for the Sept. 8 edition of The Item has passed. Engagement and wedding announcements of local interest are published on Sundays. The normal deadline is noon on the preceding Monday. Holiday deadlines vary. Engagement and wedding forms may be obtained at The Item or downloaded from The Item’s Web site at Please type or print all information, paying particular attention to names. Do not print in all capital letters. Photographs must be vertical and of reproduction quality. To have photo returned, provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Photos can also be e-mailed to All photographs must be received by above deadlines. It is not The Item’s responsibility to make sure the photograph is e-mailed by your photographer. The Item charges the following fees: $95, wedding form announcement with photo; $90, wedding form announcement without photo; $75, engagement form announcement with photo; and $70, engagement form announcement without photo. If you would like your announcement to include information that is not on The Item form, there will be an additional $50 charge. For information, call 774-1264.

Staying active a ‘gem’ for Sumter woman BY LINDA PEKURI SCAL Executive Director


make myself walk,” says Sumter resident Ruby Frink, who five months ago decided to finally take her doctor’s advice seriously. Her doctor had been telling her for two years to lose weight and lower her cholesterol level, but she had not been making any FRINK changes to get healthier. Then, along came the Sumter County On The Move! (SCOTM!) walking program sponsored by Sumter County Active Lifestyles and the University of South Carolina Prevention Research Center. Ruby said, “When I saw the flier about SCOTM!, I decided it was my ticket to getting healthier.” Walking is an effective way to lose weight and lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Ruby joined SCOTM! this

past April. During her enrollment appointment, she was weighed, had her waist measured and was given a pedometer that tracks the number of steps she walks. The program staff encouraged her to walk 10,000 steps a day or 150 minutes per week. Determined to have the best health she could, she walked 10,000 steps a day (70,000 a week) during her first month in SCOTM! Ruby kept increasing her weekly steps month by month. During the second month, she racked up 100,000 steps a week and 130,000 weekly steps in month three. Now in her fifth month in the program, she is walking 160,000 steps per week! In fact, Ruby logged so many steps on her first SCOTM! pedometer that she had to get a replacement recently. How is she able to do this? What is her secret?

Ruby will tell you, “The pedometer is what pushes me. Anywhere I go, I have it on — from the time I wake up in the morning to the time I go to bed at night. I walk two hours every morning and two hours every evening. When I cannot walk outside, I walk on my treadmill.” Look around, and you might see Ruby walking every level of the Tuomey parking lot and in the hospital hallways if she is there visiting a patient. You might literally run into her while she is walking around and around inside Walmart, pushing a cart (“Buyer beware!”). Sumter Mall is another frequent walking location for her. And, she often leaves her car at home or in a parking lot and walks a few miles to run some errands. All of this walking, along with some simple dietary changes (monitoring fat and sugar intake, giving up sodas

and drinking one gallon of water a day) during Ruby’s first five months of SCOTM! has made a tremendous impact on her weight and cholesterol level. Last year, her cholesterol level was elevated 20 points in spite of taking 40 milligrams of cholesterol medication each day. At a recent medical appointment, Ruby’s doctor was extremely pleased that her cholesterol has dropped 20 points, her blood work is excellent, and she is within 11 pounds of her goal weight. Her doctor’s advice is for Ruby to continue whatever health routine she is using. Better health through physical activity is the gem Ruby has discovered by participating in the SCOTM! walking program. Although the program is no longer enrolling new participants, anyone is welcome to the information found on the program’s website, Through the SCOTM! program, the University of South Carolina Prevention Research Center

and Sumter County Active Lifestyles are researching to discover if and how walking groups motivate and support group members to be more physically active and healthier. Congratulations to our newest SCOTM! Honor Roll Member, James Bennett, who recently completed his 12 months in the program and has made walking a regular lifestyle habit. These SCOTM! members recently finished their first six months in the program: Debbie Gillis and Gerald Jennings. Sumter County Active Lifestyles (SCAL) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote health and quality of life in Sumter County by advocating for a community environment that supports physically active lifestyles for all citizens. For more information, contact Linda Pekuri, Executive Director, at (803) 774-3861 or or visit our website: www. SumterCountyActiveLifestyles. org.

Sister discovers loan was never forgiven


dear abby

EAR ABBY — mained financially stable, Twenty years ago, I am now in a better place my oldest sister, financially because of an “Olivia,” loaned me $3,000 inheritance. After learnat a time when I ing about this inwas struggling to heritance, Olivia make ends meet. asked me for the I promised to money back! repay the loan at Because I can the end of the afford it, I plan on year. The time repaying her, but I came and I wrote can’t get over her her a check for surprising request. Abigail the full amount, Do you have any VAN BUREN but she didn’t words of wisdom cash it. She said to help me make she didn’t need the sense of this? money and the loan was UNSETTLED SIBLING forgiven. Fast-forward 20 years: DEAR UNSETTLED — Your sister may have While Olivia has re-

forgiven the loan all those years ago because she thought repaying her would have caused you financial stress. Now that she knows you’re well able to give her the money, she would like to have it. You and I don’t know why she’s asking for it, but trust me, there is ALWAYS a reason. DEAR ABBY — I have been talking to “Ricky” for about two months. I’m 28 and he is 27. A couple of weeks ago we decided to date exclusively. This morning, Ricky found out that his ex is three

months’ pregnant with his child. I knew he was last intimate with her three months ago, but we were both kind of shocked. I don’t have kids and I prefer not to date men who do, let alone one who has a baby on the way. However, I do care about Ricky and could definitely see us together. After this bombshell, I’m not sure what I want to do. Any advice would be appreciated. THROWN FOR A LOOP DEAR THROWN FOR

A LOOP — After this bombshell, the person who has some serious decisions to make is Ricky. Will this cause him to reunite with his ex-girlfriend? Is the baby really his child? If so, what will be his responsibility financially and morally? If he stays with you, do you WANT to help raise another woman’s child? Until you have a better idea of what lies ahead, my advice is to do nothing. You have known Ricky for only two months, and while you could see a future for the two of you, can you also

see one that includes the three — or FOUR — of you? I’m including the ex in the equation, because she’ll be a part of it. Forever. What teens need to know about sex, drugs, AIDS and getting along with peers and parents is in “What Every Teen Should Know.” Send your name and mailing address, plus check or money order for $7 (U.S. funds) to: Dear Abby, Teen Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, IL 610540447. (Shipping and handling are included in the price.)





1886 characterized by success, disaster Part III of our review of the life and events of 1886 Sumter focuses on individuals, institutions and natural disasters that played an important role in the development of the Sumter community. Information for this article was obtained from the Watchman and Southron newspaper, “History of Sumter County,” by Anne King Gregorie and “South Carolina: A History,” by Dr. Walter Edgar.


The National Bank of Sumter — “The organization of the National Bank of Sumter, which was effected in November 1883, was not altogether an easy matter. ... W.D. Blanding, Esq. set the ball in motion, and T.J. Tuomey took it up and did much in enlisting interest that finally resulted in success. The bank opened on Jan. 1, 1884, next to the old courthouse on Main Street. “Mr. R.M. Wallace, a Charleston native, was successful in generating local interest in the Sammy enterprise, and WAY by January of 1884 the bank was firmly established in the community. Robert M. Wallace was elected president, H. Harby, vice president, and Charles E. Bartlett, cashier. “The Board is made up of professional and business men, all of whom are well known as being thoroughly identified with the material welfare of the town and county, and it is a working board, holding regular meetings every Thursday.” The bank was forced to close in 1887. William Bogin — Bogin was one of the oldest merchants residing in Sumter. He established his business here about 40 years ago, and except for a short stint in the military, he remained at the helm of his store. He chose not to engage in any partnerships and continued to manage his personal affairs. Bogin was a native of County Wexford, Ireland. “He was one of the first merchants to establish the lien system in Sumter, and fully two-thirds of his business was conducted using that plan. Bogin annually buys from 600 to 800 bales of cotton and sells something over 200 tons of fertilizer while his general merchandise trade is in proportion. Some years ago he built a very fine store which he occupied four years when it was burned. He immediately rebuilt and the present building is an excellent one being about 140 feet deep. One hundred and ten feet constitutes the general salesroom; the remaining 30 feet is for heavy groceries.” Due to health issues he was assisted by his daughter, Mrs. J.C. McGuinnis who, in turn, was aided by Charles Kingman, who worked for

Bogin for three years. Mrs. McGuinnis served as the bookkeeper for the business since she left school. The Brunson House — Mrs. Brunson had one of the best boarding houses in the Sumter community. “The hungry mouths she has fed are legion, and many a hungry traveler is ready to rise up and call her blessed.” She began the business in 1874 after the death of her husband, a loss which required her to find a means to live. Her business met with success and required her to add a number of rooms to her house. W.M. Graham — Wherever horse flesh was needed and stockmen were in demand, people turned their attention to W.M. Graham. He was a natural horseman and decided to open a stable business with P.H. Ellis in 1870. His stables were located near the corner of Main and Dugan Streets. In 1874 he opened a place of operations on Republican (Hampton) Street with his stables extending to his office located in front of Court House Square. He was noted for personally going to the West to purchase his stock. He normally bought and handled one to two hundred head of horses and mules each year. His stables were patronized by lovers of fancy and trotting stock; he also owned and sold some of the fastest horses in this section of the state. Graham did an extensive business in vehicles of all kinds, selling about two hundred each year in Sumter and surrounding communities. He proved to be a popular businessman who possessed a broad knowledge of men and horses. This personal approach made Graham’s stables one of the most popular establishments in Sumter. The earthquake of 1886 — On 25 August, 1885, a category 3 hurricane with 125 mph winds and a tidal surge struck the city of Charleston. The storm damaged or destroyed 90 percent of the homes in the city and killed 21. According to “South Carolina: A History” by Walter Edgar, property losses were set at $2 million. The quake was the most memorable natural event to occur in the state to date. Shortly before 10 o’clock on Aug. 31, 1886, the city of Charleston was rocked with the roaring sound of an

There were several boarding homes in operation in the Sumter community during the late 1800s.

ABOVE: An advertisement found in the Watchman and Southron informs residents of the arrival of a new shipment of horses in Sumter. LEFT: The interior of one of the several banks located in Sumter during the late 1800s is seen. BELOW LEFT: This photo represents downtown Sumter circa late 1800s. Note the unpaved Main Street and several shoppers using the sidewalks.


earthquake (6.6 on the Richter scale) which lasted for about two minutes. This quake was followed by a series of much less severe aftershocks which lasted for days. The initial shock emptied many homes and caused a massive amount of damage. “On Beaufain Street the covers were torn from the wells and sent flying in the air. Then came a huge column of water and mud, which was sent up to a height of 15 or 20 feet. ... After the initial shock the surface of the streets in the vicinity of these wells was covered by a yellowish clay deposit which may have come from the bottom of the wells or from a lower stratum of the earth.” The death toll rose to 93. Many deaths were caused by disease directly related to the damage caused by the quake. “The city appraiser, who has gone over the whole city and is familiar with the value of property, estimates that it will take at least $5,000,000 to put Charleston in as good a position which existed prior to the disaster. …” Sumter responds to quake disaster — A mass meeting of citizens called by Col. J.H. Earle was held at the Music Hall with Maj.

Moise being named chairman of the relief effort. The decision was made to provide as much aid to Charleston as possible. Col. J.D. Blanding gave an account of the pressing needs of the citizens leading to the passage of the following resolutions: “Whereas, Charleston, the metropolis of the State, the city of noble deeds and great calamities, has again been smitten by Him who controls the passions of men rules the cyclone and orders the earthquake, it should be felt to be a privilege, as it is the duty of every citizen of the State to come to her aid, each according to his ability; therefore, resolved: 1. That such relief to be general and sufficient can best be made by private organized bodies, municipal corporations and the General Assembly of the State. 2. That the people of the State will expect the Legislature to devise such measures of relief as will help the people of Charleston to rebuild their fallen walls and restore their desolate homes, and we call upon our Senator and Representatives to see that such action is taken. 3. That to aid in relieving the present pressing want of the people of Charleston, we, The citizens of Sumter, in mass meeting assembled,

urgently request our Town Council to send to the City Council of Charleston $1,000 as soon as they can effect financial arrangements to do so, and we pledge ourselves to sustain the Council in any action it may take necessary to carry out the purpose of this resolution. 4. That the committee of citizens appointed by the Council to receive private donations be continued so that individuals or private corporations in the town or county may have their donations safely forwarded for the particular persons or purposes they may indicate. The earthquake was felt as far north as Wisconsin. According to Anne King Gregorie’s text “History of Sumter County” there was ‘little harm in Sumter County, except to cause great alarm. At Privateer, chimneys were badly cracked and tops of several fell. In Sumter, several chimneys were demolished. At Stateburg, thirteen shocks were reported, but little or no damage.’” Many stories still exist giving examples of “odd happenings” occurring during this historic earthquake. Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at waysammy@ or (803) 7741294.







The home of Eric and Kim Reisnauer and their sons Adam and Jonah was named Yard of the Month for August by the Council of Garden Clubs of Sumter and Sumter Green. According to the organizations, the yard at 19 Mood Avenue was selected because of its eye appeal, its organization, knowledge of plants by the home owners and its illustration of what can be done in a small space to create a beautiful vegetable and flower garden.




Since April 1990, with just a few exceptions, Betty Moore served as president of the Palmetto Singles. She kept the club afloat with many fundraisers, including yard sales, auctions, raffles and more, often advancing funds so the dances could continue. She planned themes for the meetings, cookouts, cruises and contests, such as Valentine King and Queen, Mother and Father of the Year, Halloween costume contests and more. Upon her retirement from the presidency, the board and membership of the Palmetto Singles honored Moore with a special night and naming her Board Member Emerita. She was also presented with a photo album, a plaque, a bouquet of roses, a framed copy of “A Tribute to Betty Moore,” written by current president Nancy McLeod, and an honorarium.


Betty Moore, center, longtime president of the Palmetto Singles, was honored upon her retirement with a banquet attended by 104 members. Flanking her, from left are Donna Burress, treasurer; Nancy McLeod, president; Marilyn Bullard, vice president; and Donnie Lawrence, secretary.

McLeod invites new members to join the Palmetto Singles, which meets monthly on the first and third Fridays of each month at the VFW, 1925 Gion St. Contact her for more information at (803) 4693433. SUMTER DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB

Winners for July:

YESTERYEAR from Page C1 75 feet of Myers’ front yard will be used in the plan. H.G. Osteen and Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Osteen are attending the meeting of the South Carolina Press Association today in Columbia. H.G. Osteen, publisher of The Item, is a former president of the association. The national forest preservation commission has authorized the purchase of 62 acres of Sumter County land to add to the national forest. The purchase price is reported at $47,874.14. Two grass fires and a blaze in the boiler room of the O.L. Williams veneer plant kept firemen busy yesterday afternoon between 3 and 3:30 o’clock. The grass fires were on Silver and Hazel Streets. Only slight damage was caused by the flames at the veneer plant. Sports news — Sumter High’s Gamecocks will meet the Cagers from Dreher High, Columbia on the YMCA court tonight at 8. The Gamecocks are anxious to return to the win column tonight against the strong Columbians, who have won a majority of their contests this season. The locals have played only five contests so far, one during the holidays. Elmore and Sweatte are expected to start at forwards tonight with Gordon at center and Moise and Gardner at guards. The Hillcrest boys’ and girls’ basketball teams were back into the .500

percent column by virtue of a double defeat from Elliott. Duke University defeated V.P.I. in a dual swim meet with the help of two Sumter boys who were former members of the Sumter “Y” swim team. Marion Moise was a member of the winning medley relay team and won first place in the breast stroke event. Guy Battle Jr. placed second in the backstroke event. At the movies — The Sumter Theater offered “Dawn Patrol” starring Errol Flynn, Basil Rathbone, David Niven, Donald Crisp and Melville Cooper; “Room Service” with the Marx Brothers, Lucille Ball and Frank Albertson; “Young at Heart” with Janet Gaynor, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Roland Young and Paulette Goddard; and “Heart of the North” with Dick Foran, Gloria Dickson, Gale Page, Gloria Dickson and Patrick Knokles. The Rex Theater featured “Four’s A Crowd” with Errol Flynn, Rosalind Russell, Olivia De Havilland and Walter Connolly; “Girls on Probation” with Jane Bryan, Ronald Reagan and Anthony Averill; and “Red River Range” with the Three Mesquiteers, Lorna Gray and Polly Moran. 50 YEARS AGO – 1963 Oct. 25-31 Sumter County’s “sweetest Sabbath” in history brought out 42,200 persons to take the Sabin polio vaccine. Yesterday’s turnout for the Stop Polio Sunday’s campaign repre-

July 3: 1st - Jimmie Ann Anderson and Larry Baum 2nd - TIE – Pat Lauterbach and Hugh Cook Stan Kohli and Marvin Chin July 10: 1st - Kenneth Hamilton and Richard Hinkle 2nd - Stan Kohli and Larry Baum

sented 73 per cent of the county’s population. Campaign officials eliminated 17,000 Shaw AFB military personnel from the total count. Dentist to address executives – A practicing dentist will deviate from his job at his appearance before the Sumter Executive Club Wednesday at the Legion Home. Instead of pulling teeth he will be pulling laughs from the members of the club. Within the past year Dr. Jarvis was selected as a full-fledged member of the American Medical Association’s National Speakers Bureau. Industrial prospects bright – R.E. Graham was installed as the Sumter Chamber of Commerce’s president for 1964 at last night’s festive annual dinner attended by over 400 persons. Graham was installed by Ramon Schwartz, outgoing president for 1963. The Congressional Action award went to Ralph Strong for his efforts in that area. Richard Moses, chairman of the Sumter County Development Board, described industrial prospects for Sumter as being at an all-time high. Commander leaving Shaw – Headquarters USAF announced today that Major Gen. Richard T. Coiner Jr., Ninth Air Force Commander at Shaw AFB, has been selected for the position of Director of Transportation Headquarters, USAF, Washington, D.C. The general took command of the Ninth Air Force in July 1961. Lee County turns out to “Stop Polio” – More

July 17: 1st - Gary Harbath and Larry Baum 2nd - TIE – Kenneth Hamilton and Richard Hinkle Lila Cobb and Sue Pitts July 24: 1st - Jimmie Ann Anderson and Larry Baum 2nd - Kenneth Hamilton and Richard Hinkle 3rd - Lila Cobb and Sue Pitts July 31: 1st - Kenneth Hamilton and Richard Hinkle 2nd – TIE- John Mills and Winnie Field Stan Kohli and Marvin Chin SUMTER LIONS CLUB

The club held its officers installation dinner at the Health Pavillion, Swan Lake on Tuesday, June 25. Officers were installed for the 2013-2014 year. Officers are installed for the 2013-14 are: President, Robert Young; 1st Vice President, Mac McLeod; 2nd Vice President, Wayne Hogon; 3rd Vice President, Earl Klaege Sr.; Secretary, Tom Reaves; Treasurer, Sep Harvin; Lion Tamer, Billy

than 13,000 Lee Countians responded to the “Stop Polio” drive yesterday at seven schools. Drive officials announced an unofficial figure of 13,265 showed up to take cubes of sugar with pink vaccine. Cub Scout pack to organize – The pack will be set up to serve the boys who live in the area served by Millwood School. Boys who will be eight by Dec. 31, 1963 are invited to attend and get lined up to join when old enough.When organized the pack will become a member of the SumterLee-Shaw District, Pee Dee Area Council, B.S.A. Council views housing code – City Council reviewed a proposed housing code yesterday at a special session and after finding parts unworkable or unrealistic, directed City Engineer Harold S. Bauer to revise it, incorporating the best features of other codes. One section of the code, dealing with minimum standards for plumbing systems and equipment, called for every dwelling unit to have connected to the kitchen sink, lavatory, and tub or shower an adequate supply of both cold and hot water. Edmunds senior commended – Wayne Robertson has been honored for his high performance on the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT) given last spring. Each student endorsed by his school receives a formal Letter of Commendation signed by his principal and the president of the National Merit Scholarship Corpo-

Steele; Tail Twister, Fred Kubala; Membership Chairman, Bob Fleury; Song Leader, Arthur Wilder. Carolyn Klaege was named Sumter Lion of the Year for 2012-13. Lion 32C District Governor Randy Edwards and 1st Vice President Randy C. KLAEGE Croom attended this installation and dinner. Sumter Lions Club service projects for 2012-2013 year were: Sumter County Fair Booth, Candy Day, Shrimp and Oyster Roast, Salvation Army Bell Ringers. All funds collected are donated. This past year the club contributed to American Red Cross, YMCA, Kubala Golf Tournament, Camp Leo, Salvation Army, Leader Dogs, Eye Care, Hearing Aid assistance, Commission for the Blind and Storm Eye Center.

ration. Principal W.S. Jackson announced that Robertson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Robertson, 718 Wren St Sports news: Bulldogs ready – The Lincoln Bulldogs will play the Tigers of Ebenezer tonight in Dalzell and next week will meet Alston High of Summerville as they continue their football campaign. Last week The Bulldogs fell to Georgetown 12-7; when a rash of penalties took place, the Sumter team walked off the field and submitted a request that the game be declared “no contest.” Cycles racing – Expert motorcycle riders of the Tennessee-Carolinas Racing Association will converge on Sumter tonight for the big seven-race show which gets underway at the Rebel Raceway at 8 o’clock with time trials. Promoter Clinnie Hyatt is looking for a big turnout of spectators. Morris wins – Morris College defeated Kittrell College, N.C., this weekend 12-8 by scoring early and holding on. Overall Morris stands 4-2 and in the conference 2-0. This leaves Morris as the only undefeated conference team. Saturday night Morris entertains Benedict College of Columbia at 8 p.m. in a non-conference game. In the first quarter, a 23-yard pass from Theatrice Strickland to Charles Butler gave Morris its first TD. “The entire forward wall played well,” Richardson said. “Charles Butler, Freddie Morris, and Charles Littles all did well and Strickland called the

plays well.” Gamecocks’ outlook good – “We’re not quaking in our boots about this game with Lancaster,” Sumter High Coach Sandy Hershey blurted today as he continued preparations for an important tussle with the state’s top-ranked high school team Friday night. Lancaster is very good, Hershey admitted. He kept up a façade of optimism and he indicated that the boys are optimistic also. He noted that one poll puts Lancaster first and Sumter eighth. Another has the Birds fifth. “If we should happen to beat them we might move up to seventh,” Hershey remarked sarcastically. At the movies – The Sky-Vue offered a doubleheader with the “Naked Spur” with James Stewart and Janet Leigh and “Island of Love” starring Robert Preston, Tony Randall and Georgia Moll. Showing at the Carolina Theatre early in the week is “Stolen Hours” starring Susan Hayward. Special for Halloween --2 Howling Horror Hits: “The Old Dark House” starring Tom Poston, Robert Morley, Janette Scott and Joyce Grenfell and “Maniac”. The Sumter Theatre is showing “Rampage” with Bob Mitchum and “Giant” starring Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson, James Dean. The weekend offering is “55 Days at Peking” with Charlton Heston, Ava Gardner and David Niven. Contact Item Archivist Sammy Way at or (803) 774-1294.

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Tree Service

project will be received by the Owner at Sumter County Administration Building, in 3rd Floor Sumter County Council Chambers located at 13 East Canal Street, Sumter, SC 29150, on Wednesday, October 2, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. Bids may also be submitted by mail to, Office of Purchasing Director, 2nd Floor, 13 East Canal Street, Sumter SC 29150. PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The project consists of the installation of new curb, brick paving, sidewalk, drainage, Mast Arm, pedestrian signal system, asphalt milling & overlay, and landscape & irrigation within the SCDOT and City of Sumter right of way, in the City of Sumter. The project scope consists of furnishing all materials, equipment and labor necessary. Prior experience, qualifications and product certification will be required. This project will be funded by the Penny for Progress sales tax as well as the City of Sumter Hospitality Funding. The project will follow the Sumter County Procurement Code. MANDATORY PRE BID MEETING: A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at Sumter County Administration Building, in the 3rd Floor Sumter County Council Chambers, located at 13 East Canal Street, Sumter, SC 29150 on Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. MORE INFORMATION: For more information, please contact Julie Coker at (1-803-774-1639) or

Bid Notices Abandon Vehicle / Boat

INVITATION FOR BIDS PROJECT: ITB #2 - 13/14, South Main Street/Bartlette Street & Main Street Intersection Project OWNER: City of Sumter 21 N. Main Street Sumter, SC 29151 Sumter County 13 East Canal Street Sumter, SC 29150

RECEIPT OF BIDS: Bids for the construction of the above referenced

ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements Nonprofit organization seeking board members interested in addressing food insecurity and hunger. Interested persons should email Thandi Blanding at for more information.

Lost & Found Lost medium sized brown dog with black markings in the Pitts Rd area. Reward! Call 803 468-4260

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

To all persons claiming an interest in: 1975 25 HP 25502B Evinrude will apply to SCDNR for title on watercraft/outboard motor. If you have any claims to the watercraft/outboard motor, contact SCDNR at (803) 734-3858. Upon thirty days after the date of the last advertisement if no claim of interest is made and the watercraft/outboard motor has not been reported stolen, SCDNR shall issue clear title. Case No: 20130729950089


Real Estate Auction Business Opportunity Saturday Sept. 14, 2013 10Am Open for preview and inspection 8am or by appointment only. Money Saver/gas station 10295 Lynches River Rd Lynchburg SC 29080. Established convenient store off of I-95 S on .78 acre lot with above ground fuel tanks, approx. 3400 Sq. Ft , Business currently operating. Auction conducted by Gwen C Bryant, Bryant Auction and Real Estate LLC SCAL 859 Terms and conditions 10 % down day of auction, closing in 30 days, subject to sellers confirmation, 10% buyers premium will apply. For info call Gwen Bryant 843-617-8449

Ricky's Tree Service Tree removal, stump grinding, Lic & ins, free quote, 803-435-2223 or cell 803-460-8747. A Notch Above Tree Care Full quality service low rates, lic./ins., free est BBB accredited 983-9721



Home Improvements Professional Remodelers Home maintenance,ceramic tile, roofing, siding & windows doors, etc. Lic. & Ins. (Office) 803-692-4084 or (Cell) 803-459-4773 Hodge Roofing Solutions, LLC, Lic.& Bonded. Free Estimates. Also do Vinyl Siding & Seamless Gutters. 803-840-4542

Dogs Free to Good Home 5 mth old english bulldog/sebrian husky mix pups. All shots. Call (803)460-2814

Lawn Service JT's Lawn Care: All your lawn needs, Debris removal, Senior dis, 10% off pressure washing. 803-840-0322 We Do It For Less Commercial & Residential Lawn Care. Call Anytime 803-305-2645

Providence Baptist Church has a complete set of "Diana Princess of Wales Porcelain Portrait Doll Collection". These dolls will be on our live auction at the Shrine Club on Hwy 15S beginning approximately 7pm. Please also attend our Silent Auction beginning at Sat. Sept 21st, 4PM. Free Adm. For more info call 803-778-0497 and ask for Al or Alyceson


STATE TREE SERVICE Worker's Comp & General liability insurance. Top quality service, lowest prices. 803-494-5175 or 803-491-5154

H.L. Boone, Contractor additions, painting, roofing, gutters, sheetrock, blown ceilings, decks. 773-9904

Abandoned Boat Notice


Garage, Yard & Estate Sales Sumter County Flea Mkt Hwy 378 E. 803-495-2281 500 tables. Sat. $8 free return Sun. Camden Estate Sales presents an outstanding Tag Sale in Bishopville. Sept. 6th, 7th, 8th 505 W.Church St Fri & Sat 9am -4pm Sun 1-4pm. Antique Furn, Fine China, Garden items, Power tools and more. Visa/MC avail.

Lawn / Garden / Nursery CENTIPEDE SOD 80sqft - $20 250 sqft - $50 500 sqft- $95 Call 499-4023 or 499-4717

Barnes Farming Corp. 7840 Old Bailey Hwy, Spring Hope, NC, is currently recruiting 50 temporary farm laborers to harvest sweet potatoes. Interested applicants must have 1 month experience. Temporary work will begin 9/15/13 and will end 11/20/13. he base wage is $9.68 per hour with a piece rate. Work is guaranteed for 3/4 of contract hours. Tools/equipment provided at no cost to workers. Transportation to and from worksite will be provided at no cost to workers. Housing will be provided at no cost to workers who can not reasonably return to their permanent residence at the end of the work day. To apply contact the Employment Service Oice 121 S. Fairview Road, Rocky Mount, NC 27801, (252) 977-3306, Job Order Number: 10221631.

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2747 Tindal Road

Just reduced! Home warranty! Completely renovated! New roof, paint, loors, carpet. “Motivated Seller, Bring an offer!� Call Jennifer $59,900 MLS#115921.


Price reduced. This is a great investment property that sits on a corner lot. This is a double lot that can be used to build or mobile home. Property is sold AS-IS. Investors welcome. Call Chrissy $20,000 MLS#107245.


4BR/3BA in Sunway Knolls. Gorgeous & move-in ready w/new paint & carpeting, detail repairs done, new granite counters, tile loor in kitchen. 4 yr. old roof. 2 car garage. Fenced yard. Call Jamie $169,000 MLS#115483.

630 Adger Lane

Gorgeous 4BR custom built home on 1.02 ac. Heavily landscaped yard. Inground pool. 9’ ceilings, moldings, 2 porches & much more to see! Call Stephen $283,900 MLS#114607.

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2725 Foxcroft

Must see this!! Beautiful tile work in kitchen, hall bath, & MBath, including shower. Huge Patio with Pergola & privacy fence in rear. Better than new! Priced to sell! Appt. Call Mary $154,90000 MLS#116907.


1 Owner; 4BR, 3BA on 1.3ac. Spacious rms. Has Fam rm & Grt rm/den w Fplc., Formal L rm& D rm. Carport, Wired Outbuilding & BB Ct. Call Dot $120,000 MLS#112002.


Lakefront home on Lake Marion, 3BR, 2.5BA. Landscaped & fenced in yard. 20X27 Sunroom overlooking the lake. Call Jesse $389,000 MLS#115961.

4390 Excursion Dr.

True 4BD/2BA with a bonus room! New laminate hwds, fresh paint, security system, stainless steel appl. & minutes to Shaw AFB! Call Lisa $179,900 MLS#116403.

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Beautiful home in very good condition. Features a large Florida Room; great for entertaining. Hardwood in the Great Room & Smooth Ceilings. Call Bob $143,900 MLS#116928

1308 Florence Hwy.

Bungalow w/mod colors, hwd lrs in lr, dr. bed/ofice & hall. Blinds every rm except kit. Crown molding, arch shingles, home warranty. $87,000. Call Jane MLS#115203.

1891 Goward Rd.

Just listed in Alcolu! 1.5 story split BR plan on 2.7ac. Features a LR, Formal DR & Loft area. Relax on the front porch or rear deck after work or weekends. Call Bill! $150,000 MLS#116060.

2154 Graystone Dr.

Remodeled Patio Home! Kitchen renovated completely/opened to main dining/living. New stainless app/granite c-tops! Bath’s completely redone. Lg. screen porch. Much more! A must see! Call Jeanie $169,900 MLS#114805.

Realtor 803-316-0210

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1213 Glastonbury


Great home in historic district, close to downtown. Formal living & dining room with outside storage unit. Must see! Call April $98,500 MLS#116555.

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326 Aberlour Dr.

Almost new 3BR home. Just painted inside, new CT & Hwd. Flooring. 12’ ceiling 10’X10’ porch. Many special features. Only $141,000. Call Stephen MLS#115388.


Beautiful custom built 4BR, 3BA home. Inground pool. Bath house. Gorgeous Hwd. Floors. Many special features. A must see! Reduced to $210,000 Call Joyce MLS#113490.

5 Foxire Lane

Custom built 2 Story, 4BR, 3.5BA, Sunrm overlooks water. 13 acre lake w/pier. 2 carport w/storage. Must see! Minutes from Shaw. Call Tina $259,000 MLS#112749

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Realtor 803-460-5101

3BR/2BA in Twin Lakes! Freshly painted w/new sunroom addition. Very clean & well kept. Call Lori Parton $138,999 MLS#116966.

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Beautiful 3BR, 2BA home in Knights Village. Split BR loor plan. Covered front porch, cathedral ceiling & much more $124,900 Call Joyce MLS#116333.

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Great Investment Property. As Is, Only 18,999! Bring all offers. Call Laurie Cook MLS#116878.


Well maintained 3BD, 2BA updated ranch with 2 car garage. New Privacy fence. Must see to appreciate. Call Tina/Mark $139,900 MLS#116478.

1284 N. Main

3BD/3 Full Bath Brick Home. 1 bath has roll in shower. Large screened porch. 12 X 20 block storage bldg. Call Larry $130,000 MLS#115990.


Great 3 BD, 2 BA home close to Shaw AFB, Large Landscaped Yard with fenced backyard. 1 Car Garage. A Must See! Call Stephen $122,000 MLS#114616.

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THE ITEM For Sale or Trade

White washer & dryer, $200 for both. In good cond. replaced with a front loader. Wood framed mirror, 31" x 45" $50. 316-7407. 9 N tractor, rebuilt motor, fresh paint, very nice. $2900 OBO. Call 972-0900

For Sale Varity Furniture, excel shape dresser $25, mirror match $10, sofa $150, w/ loveseat $275, wood buffet $125, Office chairs $15-20, ceramic lamps $15, and more call (803)435-8075 Massey Ferguson F-40 Tractor, 2WD, nice, strong, $3,700. CASH ONLY, 972-0900 Vintage Frigidaire refrig kegarator. $225. All work great. 968-1940. SHOP ONLINE Over 400 Fragrances Home and Body Oil Scents Military & Spouses Plot w/ 2 vaults at Evergreen Memorial Park, $2,700. 803-773-1303 Expert Tech, New & used heat pumps & A/C. Will install/repair, warranty; Compressor & labor $600. Call 803-968-9549 or 843-992-2364 6'x14' All steel mesh single axle trailer with drop gate call 803 840-5682 Treadmill $125, Exercise Bike $75, Total gym $125, small trampoline $25. OBO for all items. Call 803-481-8251 Used Deer Stand for sale. Call 803-469-2997

Utility Buildings Steel Buildings Big or Small Save up to 50% For best deal with contract construction to complete Source#18X 803-335-2030

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The Shaw Chapel is currently offering three non-personal service agreement opportunities with a "best value" to the government selection process. Packets that include a Basis of Award document, statement of work and bid sheet are ready for pickup at the Palmetto Chapel (adjacent to base gym) between the hours of 0730-1630 Mon-Fri. Packets can also be downloaded at the chapel website: /contracts .

Exp. Shingle Nailers Must have own transportation. Only experienced need to apply. Call 481-0603 or 968-2459. No Call after 5!!!

TAX PREPARER Free* tuition tax school. IRS Approved. Qualifies for CE credits. Earn extra income after taking course. Flexible schedules, convenient locations. Register now! Course Sept. 9, 2013. Call 803-418-0123 Liberty Tax Service *Book purchase is optional

Closeout for bid and resume submissions is 1630 on 13 September 2013 at Palmetto Chapel. Interviews/demonstration of skills for the opportunities can be arranged at the time of submission for 16 September with a public bid opening at 1630 on 16 September 2013. For more information on submittal or other questions regarding these opportunities please reach Ch, Capt Croft or MSgt Cataldi between the hours of 0730-1630 Mon-Fri at phone: 895-1106 or by e-mail: . Opportunities Catholic Religious Education Coordinator: Must have experience with youth ages 10-18 and experience in Catholic Religious Education development, teacher recruitment, and employment of volunteers. Must submit to and pass a rigorous contractor background check as this position involves contact with children below 18 years age. Protestant Multimedia Technician: Experience with Multimedia in a Military Chapel or Church environment is a must. Must submit to and pass a rigorous contractor background check as this position involves contact with children below 18 years age. Catholic Pastoral Coordinator: Must have experience with Catholic program development and administrative support for cat. Must submit to and pass a rigorous contractor background check as this position involves contact with children below 18 years age.


EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted Full-Time Established Heating & Air Condition Co. in Sumter looking for a Service Tech. Must have experience, a valid driver license, valid EPA card, people skills and own tools. If interested and meet the criteria, call 803 481-3017 to schedule an interview. 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 Receptionist Position Avail. Sat & Sun. 8am to 4:30pm. Only serious applicants need apply. Come in to 1761 Pinewood Rd. or email resume to


Weekly Home Time •NEW PAY INCREASE!!! •Newest Fleet on the Road •Great Miles & Benefits •Small Company Feel •Exclusive Customer Base •Class A CDL w/3yrs exp. Call Patty @ DTL 800-991-9940 or

Assistant Manager & Customer Service Rep needed by Bishopville branch of World Acceptance Corporation. Valid drivers license and auto required. A career opportunity that offers excellent salary and a complete fringe benefit package. Promotion to manager possible within 15 months. No experience necessary. Apply in person at: World Finance, 135 N. Main St. EOE, M. Ask for Kelly Corbett or Call 803-484-6261 Detailer for busy car lot. Apply in person at 1282 N Lafayette Dr., Sumter.

Eagle Systems seek resumes from retired Senior Army Officers for potential work supporting ARCENT Operations at Shaw AFB in Sumter, SC. Min experience includes: CGSC attendance, recent ARCENT G33 COS, 1 yr., at the BN staff as an S3/XO or higher, and knowledge of the ABCS systems. To review detailed job descriptions and to apply go to: Job ID# P130WT1 or send resumes to Eagle Systems is an Equal Opportunity Employer. DRIVERS: Home Weekly/Bi-weekly. Layover/Detention/Short Haul Pay. 70% D&H/90% NO Touch. No Canada/Hazmat or NYC! BC/BS, Dental, Vision, 401K etc... CLass CDL w/6 mos. Exp. 877-705-9261 Carpenter with dock/deck exp. Own transportation and valid SC license. Call (803)473-4254 or email Mechanic needed at busy car lot. Salary based on Exp. Apply in person, at 1282 N. Lafayette Dr. NO PHONE CALLS!!! Valid Driver's License Required. Must have own tools. Established Sumter Travel Agency seeks experienced consultant for long term position. Knowledge of Worldspan system preferred. Email Resume or fax to (803 778 2686. Hiring experienced Bartenders for Orangeburg Co. Nightclub. Send resume to HiringHair Stylists/Barbers/Braiders. 803-847-4776

Help Wanted Part-Time CLINICAL COUNSELOR-parttime, some evening hours. Provides substance abuse treatment services and services for DUI clients in an outpatient setting. Minimum requirement of a BA in a health and human service field. MA preferred. Must be certified through SCAADAC or willing to become certified within three years. Send resume by September 6 to HR Director, P. O. Box 430, Manning, SC 29102. EEOC Employer. $$$ AVON $$$ FREE TRAINING! 803-422-5555

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RENTALS Rental to Share Mature Roommate needed. Will have own room & access to the whole house. No kids. Pets negotiable. 436-9926.

Rooms for Rent Room for rent. Utilities included, private bath, $450-mo. Call 843-995-8817

Contractors are invited to a Pre-Bid conference to be held at 255 Broad Street, Sumter, SC 29150 on Friday September 6th, 2013 at 10:00 am to discuss plans/ speciications to rehab a single family home in Sumter, SC. Contractors are invited to attend and receive information.

2 & 3 BRs 803-494-4015 Taking applications for 2 & 3 BR Mobile homes. Large Rms, Clean, quiet areas $350 -$550 Mo. No pets. Call 803 840-5734 Fall Special (Dalzell) MHP 2BR/1BA, washer, dryer, sewer & garbage P/U. $370/mo + $370/dep. Mark 803-565-7947.

Pinewood: 3BR/2BA, stove, refrigerator, 2 decks (1 screened,) $550/mo. + dep. 803-506-4600 For Sale, 4Bed/2Bath, Land, $325/mo. 803-494-5090

For Rent: 1bd, liv. rm, kit, bath, fully furnished. $475 per month, incl. TV, garbage, water and sewer. Quite Country Setting. No Smoking, drinking or drugs! 803-481-0015

Clean 3br/2ba w/garden tub, walk in pantry. 40 Spider Ct. near Red Bay Rd. $400/mo + dep. No pets. 803-743-3706 lv msg.

Nice single person apartment, Furnished , includes utilities. Call 803-464-5439

Commercial Rentals Truck garage w/ 3 pull thru truck bays w/ pit bay & automotive lift; 4 a/c offices; approx 5 ac parking. Utilities incl. Good for auction house. Easy access to hwy 378. $2250 mo Bobby Sisson 464-2730

Whitaker Trust Fall Special at Dillon Trace Apts. with 12 month lease. 1st month rent free. Call 607-7222 or 469-6063. Newly renovated Apts. 2BR 1BA All new appliances C/H/A $550-$650 7A & 7B Wright St Call 803-773-5186 or 631-626-3460

Unfurnished Homes 2 BR 1BA Living Rm, Dining Rm, Kit., $550 Mo. Security Deposit required. 32 Baker St. Call 803-438-9640 or 803 491-5787 Safe & Nicely Updated 2/3BR homes. Water, dumpster, security lights included. Conveinent to Shaw. No H/A or PETS! (2br) $475/mo, (3br) $500/mo + $350/dep. 803-968-5329

2BR/1.5BA, duplex Ceiling fans, carpet/tile flrs, wht kit, stove/fridge, laundry rm, carport, shed, big yard, $600/mo + dep. No Pets. 803-481-8286 lv msg.

Land & Lots for Sale 5.1 Acres with Pond will subdivide into 2 parcels ready to build in Country Club Estates Manning area Call (803)473-2499 or (803)460-9070 Minutes from Walmart/Shaw, 1 acre, utilities, $5,500. 888-774-5720.


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

1996 2/3BR mobile home. C/H/A, all appliances. Section 8 OK. Call 803-469-6978

Unfurnished Apartments

LOW CREDIT SCORE? Been turned down for bad credit? Come try us, we do our own financing. We have 2-3-4-5 bedroom homes on our lot. Layaway program available. For more information, call 843-389-4215.

3BR/2BA DW Private Lot, Water/Sewer, Trash, lawn care incl. $550/mo. 494-8350

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

96 Camry, 1 owner, PW/PL, AC, Sunroof, non smoker, $2,800. 803-972-0771

REAL ESTATE Homes for Sale Investment Properties 1250 Coffey St. 3 br, 1 ba brick home. $45,900. 131 A-B Highland Ave. Duplex, $40,000. 202-206 Montreat St. Brick Triplex, $40,000. 206-208 Dixie Duplex, $35,000. With tenants. Quick sale! 316-8105.

Manufactured Housing Huge office unit. 28x76, located on Broad St. in Sumter. 11 rooms, incl. kitchenette, 2 one half baths, vinyl siding, shingle roof, porch awning, underskirting, steps, handicap ramp, total elec. Ideal for ready made office unit or remodel for home or hunting club. Priced to sell quick at $15,500. Exc. cond. Call 803-468-6029. 4 Bedroom starting at $39,900. Call 803-796-5356

Classiieds - your best deal for making a few bucks on things you no longer need! Call 774-1234 today! Classified

Waterfront home at Gin Pond Shores. De-titled Horton DWMH with 16x16 addition. MLS# 115860.

2006 Ford Ranger, 120k miles, 4 cyclinder, 5 speed. Extra clean, Cold A//C. $6,200 OBRO. Call 773-0241 2003 Ford Expedition XLT, Black/Tan Ext, Leather Int, TV, PW/PL, 3rd row, 130k miles. $4,300 OBO. 803-464-3526 Big Back To School Specials 100 cars $3000 or less $$$ CASH $$$ Price is Right Auto Sales 3210 Broad St 803-494-4275



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y lovely bride, Sherri, and I had just gotten back from our annual anniversary trip to the mountains, basically a long weekend filled with beautiful mountain views and gorgeous sunsets. The weather was wonderful with highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s, with clear, bright, blue skies. It was a great way to celebrate 33 years. I still needed to write an article though. A deadline is a deadline and not to be missed. I rushed home from work the day after our trip, gathered up all the be- Earle WOODWARD longings needed for a hunt and headed off to the piece of property that we lease in southern Sumter County/northern Clarendon County. I really dreaded sitting in a cloud of mosquitoes, but you’ve got to do what you got to do. I pulled the truck into the parking area of the club, and out of the blue, it hit me, I had left the mosquito chasing Therma-CELL on the counter in the kitchen! OK, it was an incredibly stupid thing to do, but I could not sit in the blind without it. I drove home to pick it up. It dawned on me as I drove home that it would be almost impossible to retrieve the ThermaCELL and get back to the property before it was too late to hunt, so what were my options? Well, I called Sherri to see if she would meet me halfway with the Therma-CELL, but she was in WalMart and therefore not available. That option was out. I could just not hunt at all and try on Thursday, but that would really push the deadline, which I hate doing, or I could go to a small tract that Jack and I have leased in another part of the county. Fortunately, the small tract is only about 10

minutes from the house. I usually don’t hunt the small tract until mid October. It’s a beautiful little piece with mostly pines of differing ages, interspersed with white and red oaks. The deer come out of a swampy area in the evenings and meander through the woods looking for something to eat. There is almost no agriculture anywhere around the property, so hitting a soybean field is not an option for them. My stand is in a cluster of trees that overlooks a major travel corridor. I have taken a couple of decent bucks from the property over the last two years, but mostly while they are pushing does. I had no idea what to expect during the last week of August. I had been in the stand for about 45 minutes when I heard the footsteps coming through the leaves from the swamp, I saw legs shortly after that. When the deer’s head went down, I saw antlers, but something was odd about them. As the deer cleared the trees into one of my shooting lanes, I understood what it was. The deer had one antler on the right side whose main beam was about 14 inches long and had a fork on the end. It had plenty of mass, almost too thick, and it had two brow tines, but no left beam at all. Behind that deer were two more deer. After deer hunting for almost 40 years, I know that this time of year, bucks will run in bachelor groups, so the likelihood of his buddies being bucks was pretty good. When they cleared the trees into the lane, my jaw dropped. Buck No. 2 was an 8-point buck with really long tines and good brow tines. The antler spread was just outside the ears and the deer looked like he weighed in at around 175-190 pounds. Now I’ve grown really, really tired of the

term “mature deer” that is so often used on TV; I mean they just wear it out, so I will not be using that term. Instead I’ll just say this deer was old and “grown”. Deer No. 3 never really came to the lane, but held back and browsed behind stuff I couldn’t see through. I did see plenty of antlers though and could tell he was at least 7 points, with plenty of antler size. I wanted buck No. 2! They milled around at 20-25 yards for the longest time with the 1-horned deer always in front of the big ‘un, which never offered me anything but a shot quartering in toward me, which is not a good shot. All of a sudden, buck No. 2 and buck No. 3 trotted off down the trail leaving One Horn behind. Ten minutes later a doe crossed behind One Horn and the two big bucks were behind her. Just as Mr. Big got into position, a fawn, complete with spots, walked right under my stand, caught a whiff of something it didn’t like and bolted about three steps and stopped. This put all of the other deer on alert and One Horn found me in the tree. What followed was a 10-minute staredown. At last, One Horn moved away and the big one looked like he was going to offer a shot. I moved my back leg about a half an inch and all the deer busted out like a covey of quail. They ran about 30 yards, stopped and then walked on off. I got down and came home. Shot or not, it was a great hunt and I now know what I’m hunting on that property. What started out as sort of a busted hunt turned out pretty doggone good! I’ll be back in that stand after a brief cooling off period. I suppose that by the time the rut starts the big ‘un will be wide open! Can’t wait!

FISHING REPORT Santee Cooper System Largemouth bass: Slow. Bass fishing is very tough on Santee Cooper, and typically August and September are the slowest months of the year. Very little bass fishing is going on in the lakes and most clubs are fishing the Cooper River right now. Lake Wateree Crappie: Good. Fish are scattered around the lake with all of the intake of fresh water. Fish aren’t sticking tight to brush, probably because of lower water temperatures. Tightlining or longlining is your best bet. Lake Murray Striped bass: Good. Lots of schooling activity reported from mid-lake on down, but the fish aren’t as deep as they have been recently. Nearer to the surface down to about 60 feet. Most fish are being caught on downlined live herring but cut bait will also catch fish. Largemouth Bass: Fair to good. Find schools of stripers and you find largemouth mixed in. Throwing buzz baits and topwater lures to start. Crappie: Good. Check the deeper brush piles at 20-25 feet over 35 feet of water. Fish aren’t taking jigs and they are scattered around the lake. Lake Greenwood Largemouth Bass: Slow. The bite is tough, but some results early with popper around seawalls and some action with worms. It’s hard to catch anything of size. Lake Monticello Catfish: Good. Captain Chris Simpson reports that he is catching fish in the range of 5-40 feet right now, but in the next couple of weeks deep humps with current flowing over them should be ideal spots to locate big, aggressive fish. There have been fish deep for some time, but they have not been feeding as well as the shallower fish. For now the backs of coves and humps and points have been most productive, and drifting or anchoring have both been working. Big cut gizzard shad and white perch are working for big fish, and if you want to put any size fish in the boat small cut herring is tough to beat. Lake Russell Striped bass: Fair. As is typical in late August and September; striped bass can be caught on both ends of the lake. Be sure to use circle hooks to make releasing fish easier as many of these striped bass are small. Fish can be caught free lining live herring and gizzard shad over 15-30 feet of water in the cooler water. Lake Thurmond Crappie: Good. Best bet is 20 feet over 25-30 feet of water along the river channel. Target crappie by anchoring and dropping minnows vertically. Striper: Fair. Fish are on the lower end of the lake at 50-60 feet off points with hybrids about 10 feet above them. Fishing live herring on down lines has been the predominant technique. Lake Wylie Largemouth Bass: Slow. Fluctuating water levels have made it tough to determine any pattern although some results reported in the shallows. Try prop baits, swimbaits and weightless Senkos. Lake Jocassee Trout: Good. For quality fish the catch rate has overall been pretty good. Trolling in the big water 60-100 feet down with spoons and live shiners has been most effective. The intakes are still producing some fish off and on, but night fishing has slowed. Night fishermen should try suspending nightcrawlers and shiners 25 to 40 feet down near the intakes. Lake Keowee Largemouth and Spotted Bass: Slow. The catch hasn’t been much to speak of lately, but some results on topwater early. Bream: Fair. 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. Lake Hartwell: Striped and Hybrid Bass: Good. Fish are very deep at 50 to 100 feet and some days may be on the bottom. Try down lined live herring. Catfish: Good. Flatheads especially are biting at 5 to 25 feet at night. Try cut herring. Crappie: Improving. During the day the best bet is fishing around deeper parts of the bridges in 20-25 feet of water, or around brush at the same depth. Largemouth: Slow. It’s a tough bite on the lake and hard to catch anything good. Some results on topwater with Texas rigs, but no real pattern on the lake.

PUBLIC RECORD Marriage Licenses Darry Rock and Sharon A. Tomlin; Antoine Harvin Sanders of Rembert and Shamkeka Nicole Boatwright; Walter Shaw Kahl of Shaw Air Force Base and Kasey Marie Stewart of Fort Mill; Clarence McGhaney and Cherilyn Vanessa Lawrence; Andrew Harris Lovice and Mallory Rose Westmoreland, both of Asheville, N.C.; Larry Patrick Reynolds and Kristian Shanquica Peoples; Roger James McLean and Ashley marie Rutter; James Griffith M. Williams of Shaw Air Force Base and Candace Carol Fetuao of Charleston; Todd W. Wellman and Allison Marie Waitt, both of Dalzell; Darrell Jesse Thompson and Shante Nicole Gaines; Alexander Taylor and Nicole Marie King; Willie Matthew Blanding and Roslyn Dolores Blanding, both of Rembert; Everett Lee Tomlin of Gable and Lynnette Fatima Glasscho; Romira Lakeem Billing and Tamika Nichole James.

Property Transfers Elfriede K. and William K. Tolley (trustees) (interest conveyed) to Jack Erter (personal representative), one building, 419 N. Pike East, $5 etc.; Elfriede K. and William K. Tolley (trustees) (interest conveyed) to Jack Erter (personal representative), 413 N. Pike East, $5 etc.; Jack Erter (personal representative) to Sheila Y. Ayers, 413 N. Pike East, $5 etc.; Jack Erter (personal representative) to Sheila Y. Ayers, one building, 419 N. Pike East, $5 etc.; Elfriede K. Tolley to Elfriede K. Tolley Estate, one lot, one building, 450 Wilson Hall Road, $5 etc.; Southland Properties of Sumter Inc. to Alice Pringle, 5694 Hines Road, $4,000; Plantation Hunting Club LLC to Plantation Hunting Club LLC, 2955 Ebenezer Road, $5 etc. Victory Full Gospel Church to Harmon Sumter, one lot, one building, 105 Maney St., $10,000; Victory Full Gospel Church to Linda Prince, one lot, one building, 18 Foxworth St., $20,000; Mungo Homes Inc. to Clay T. and Rebecca Raschella, one lot, one building, 1709 Musket Trail, $152,587; Palmetto Properties of Sumter Co. LLC to Alice C. Pringle, Rafting Creek Township, $4,000; Eugene W. and Linda A. Dick


| to Edward Jr. and Patricia M. Bolden, one lot, one building, 4319 Amelia Drive, $12,500; Palmetto Properties of Sumter LLC to Alice C. Pringle, Mayrant Road, $2,000; Carol and Martha Loretta Burr (trustees) to Robert Wayne Burr, one lot, 1825 Mallory Drive / 10 Mallory, $5 etc. Donald M. and June Morrison to Rony Maurice, one lot, 550 Bowen Drive, $12,000; Shakindan Singleton to Leroy and Dreyfus Lane, one lot, 1872 River Birch Drive, $5,000; Daniel Edwin Seymour and Jean S. Rogerson to Jean S. Rogerson, one lot, one building, 2135 Gion St., $5 etc.; Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. to Kathy Y. Carroll, one lot, three buildings, 104 Morgan Ave., $25,000; Eleida N. Burrows Estate to Frank and Mike Burrows (trustees), four buildings, 1948 Pinewood Road, $5 etc.; Eleida N. Burrows Estate to Frank and Mike Burrows (trustees), one lot, four buildings, 1767 Florence Highway, $5 etc. Eleida N. Burrows Estate to Frank and Mike Burrows (trustees), s/s U.S. Highway 76, $5 etc.; Frank Burrows to Wayne Burrows, 1785 Florence Highway, $5 etc.; Louis K. and Barbara J. Hurley to Louis K. Hurley, two buildings, 2061-2071 Four Bridges Road, $5 etc.; Elaine M. Freed and Marcia Mylott to Marcia Mylott, one building, 880 Ravenwood Drive, $5 etc.; Herbert L. and Joyce L. Hickman to Herbert L. Hickman, one building, 891 Furman Drive, $5 etc.; John W. and Carroll L. Maynard to Stephen L. and Angel M. Clemons, one lot, two buildings, 1255 Cottingham Drive, $100,000; Dunlap Properties LP to Palmetto Cypress Construction LLC, 289 Masters Drive, $72,500. Secretary of Veterans Affairs to Gordon B. Evans, one lot, one building, 5581 Sandy Trace Drive, $46,000; Federal National Mortgage Association to DCG LLC, one lot, one building, 619 Baldwin Drive, $60,000; Natalie D. Pressley Estate to William Pressley et al, one lot, one building, 34 Oakview Drive, $5 etc.; Secretary of Veterans Affairs to Gloria J. Tidwell, one lot, two buildings, 4254 Hickory Road, $25,000; Stephanie L. Ricks to Ernest Ricks, one lot, 919 Radical Road, $5 etc.; Rembert Holding Co. LLC to Dyson Landscap-

ing LLC, one lot, two buildings, 1160 Island Drive, $30,000; Leslie H. and Lynda E. Dial to Dial Properties LLC, one building, 2440 Broad St., $5 etc. A. Karen Shipp Mickens to Ardele Karen Shipp Mickens, one lot, one building, 1400 N. Kings Highway, $5 etc.; Restaurant Managment of South Carolina Inc. to Jurina L. Woodrum, one lot, two buildings, 205 E. Liberty, $160,000; Horace L. and Kathryn L. Scott to Ollie C. Scott Jr. (lifetime estate), two buildings, 2150 Cory Drive, $5 etc.; Michelle Lloyd (interest of Eliza and Sheilaree McDaniel) to Roosevelt Taylor, one lot, two buildings, 1052 Porter St., $29,000; Kenneth H. and Geraldine R. Rivers Riddle and Lloyd A. Jenkins to Geraldine R. Rivers and Lloyd A. Jenkins, one building, 63156345 Young St., $5 etc.; Michael E. and Catherine W. Pender to Michael E. Pender, one lot, 660 Mattison Ave., $5 etc. Debra R. Ferrara and Kathi Ann Roof to Harwood Weatherly Jr., one lot, two buildings, 3130 Segars Circle, $15,000; Peter Michael and Maya Lee Masi to Tabitha Renee Cochran, one lot, one building, 3150 Bush Lane, $69,000; Dustan C. Newman Estate to Wyatt M. Newman, one lot, three buildings, 2350 Boulevard Road, $5 etc.; Rachael Emilia Flores et al to Rachael E. Flores, one building, 1615 Blossom View Road, $5 etc.; Michael J. Rice to Sebastian and Sandra L. Manna, one lot, one building, 450 Innisbrook Court, $248,700; Robert W. Horsey to Lori Ann Horsey (lifetime estate), $5 etc.; Sara R. Davis Estate (trustee) to Bobby B. and Juanita J. Rabon, one lot, one building, 120 Tradd Circle, $195,000. Laurie N. and Jewell B. Smith to Peggy H. Ard, one lot, one building, 790 Oak Brook Blvd., $348,000; Jesse E. McLeod to Adalberto Sanchez Martinez, one lot, one building, 302 Brooklyn St., $20,000; Dennis W. McAllen to Secretary of Veterans Affairs, one lot, two buildings, 2740 Sequoia Drive, $70,000; Grace J. Karvelas to Jeremy H. and Anna D. Pitts, one lot, one building, 2235 Preot St., $95,475; Florence Berry (interest of Philip Berry Sr.) to Florence Berry Estate, one lot, three buildings, 42 Carolina Ave., $5 etc.;

Florence Berry (interest of Philip Berry Sr.) to Florence Berry Estate, one lot, two buildings, 46 Carolina Ave., $5 etc. Era Mae S. Caplinger to Era Mae Caplinger (lifetime estate), one lot, one building, 540 Benton Court, $5 etc.; Jacinta M. Banks and Susan Voss to Jacinta M. Banks et al, one lot, one building, 5425 Dais Road, $5 etc.; Allen L. Berry Jr. (lifetime estate resident) to Allen Berry Jr. Estate, one lot, one building, 47 Carolina Ave., $5 etc.; Florence Berry (interest of Phillip Berry Sr.) to Allen Berry Jr. Estate, one lot, one building, 404-408 Broad St., $5 etc.; Federal National Mortgage Association to Jimmie C. Moles, one lot, one building, 1845 Canberra Drive, $129,000; Nelva Malcom to Nelva Malcom and Mark Schuitema, one lot, two buildings, 4920 Moye St., $5 etc. George Albert Jr. and Carol Ann Laruea Owens to Calvary Chapel of Sumter, one lot, one building, 13 Brown St., $30,000; Michael B. Johnson to C.E. and Betty Duncan, one lot, two buildings, 8 Walton St., $60,000; Scott M. Jarman to C.E. and Betty Duncan, one lot, one building, 14 Frederick Court, $130,000; Patrick A. Stafford to U.S. Bank NA (trustee), one lot, one building, 10 Cecil Road, $100; Felicia A. and Philip R. Patterson to Secretary of Housing & Urban Development, one lot, one building, 2405 Stadium Road, $153,328; James Allen and Crystal Lynn Driggers to James Allen and Crystal Lynn Driggers, one lot, Stateburg Township, $5 etc. Allen K. and Barbara J. Lyles to Kenneth and Lisa Isaac, one lot, one building, 111 N. Purdy St., $110,000; Robert G. and Teresa Cannon Whittier to Citifinancial Inc., one lot, one building, 125 Gloria Drive, $20,218; Rudolph Singleton Estate to Sheila Ann Singleton-Geddings, one lot, two buildings, 3480 Camden Highway, $5 etc.; Forfeited Land Commission to Rafael Jr. and Inell J. Jimenez, one lot, one building, 1860 Britton Road, $14,400; Forfeited Land Commission to Cheryl Y. Williams, one lot, 1007 Collins St., $661; Forfeited Land Commission to Catherine Dawns, one lot, 558 S. Main St., $4,300; Forfeited Land Commission to Catherine Dawns, one lot, 560 S. Main St., $4,300.






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Jami Gertz stars on the comedy "The Neighbors," airing Friday at 8:31 p.m. on ABC.



Fall bringsOld family themed Everything Is New Again comedies in abundance By Candace Havens © 2013 FYI Television, Inc. A year ago I could have never imagined "The Neighbors" (Friday at 8:31 p.m.) would still be airing on ABC. As much as I was charmed by the show, I didn't think it would last. I was wrong. Viewers seemed to like its sweetness and fish-out-of-water elements. It might be one of the most surprising wins of last season. ABC has so much faith in this comedy about aliens living among us that it's pairing it with Tim Allen's "Last Man Standing" and moving both shows to Friday to launch a new comedy night for the network. When viewers tune in this fall, they're going to see a variety of comedies, but there are more familythemed comedies than ever. "The Neighbors," "Modern Family" and "The Middle" have worked so well that ABC is sticking with what they know. "The Goldbergs," debuting Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 9 p.m., is a family comedy starring Jeff Garlin, George Segal, Wendi McLendonCovey, Sean Giambrone, Troy Gentile and Hayley Orrantia, and narrated by Patton Oswalt. It's set in the 1980s and follows geeky 11-year-old Adam (Sean Giambrone) as he films his family and their ups and downs. It's based on executive producer Adam F. Goldberg's real life. "I basically wrote this show because I wanted to torture my older brother," jokes Goldberg. He amalgamated some of the characters and created an older sister. "My oldest brother Eric turned into Erica (Haley Orrantia) - he's like a girl anyway. So, it's a perfect match." At the end of each episode, viewers will see real-life footage from Goldberg's

childhood, and he doesn't stray far from the truth of what he filmed so many years ago. ABC's "Trophy Wife" is about blended families and is based on cocreator and executive producer Sarah Haskins' real life. Kate (Malin Akerman) marries Pete (Bradley Whitford), who comes with a great deal of baggage in the form of two ex-wives and three children. "Let's say it's an exaggeration of some real-life experiences," says Haskins, who co-created the series with Emily Halpern, "but we do pull a lot of the stories from our lives. I think it is family situations that people can really relate to." Prolific producer Chuck Lorre, who heads "Two and a Half Men," "The Big Bang Theory" and "Mike & Molly," has a new CBS family comedy, "Mom" (premiering Monday, Sept. 23, at 9:30 p.m.), about a single mother, Christy (Anna Faris), who is trying her best to raise her two children on a waitress's wages. Newly clean and sober, Christy must also deal with her mother, Bonnie (Allison Janney), coming back into her life. Her mom wasn't always there for her, because she was dealing with her own drug and alcohol addictions. It's a different take on the family comedy but certainly no less relevant. "We both have that motherdaughter relationship with our real mothers," says Janney. "And it's one of those relationships that everyone can relate to - everyone's going to have a relationship with their mother. So, that's how we bring our own relationships with our mothers to this. We find the characters, and they're coming up with a back story for us. We certainly had a very color-

ful past. We all have families, and we know they can come in different forms. I think that may be one of the reasons these family shows work." In the vein of doing family comedies a little differently, "The Millers" (Thursday, Oct. 3, at 8:30 p.m. on CBS), stars Will Arnett, Margo Martindale, Beau Bridges, Jayma Mays and J.B. Smoove, and is about what happens when one of your divorced parents move in with you. While it's set in the workplace, the new Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar comedy, "The Crazy Ones" (Thursday, Sept. 26, at 9:00 p.m. on CBS) is really about the relationship between a father and a daughter. Simon (Williams) and his daughter Sydney (Gellar) are business partners who own an advertising agency. "Some people call it a workplace comedy, but that's only partly true," says executive producer Jason Winer. "In this case, it's a show about a father and daughter that are reconnecting." NBC has two family comedies including "Welcome to the Family," starring Mike O'Malley, Mary McCormack, Ricardo A. Chavira and Justina Machado, and concerning what happens when families merge because of teen pregnancy. (It doesn't sound funny, but it is.) Then there's "The Michael J. Fox" show, starring Fox as a news anchorman who returns to the job after gaining control of his Parkinson's disease. Betsy Brandt co-stars as his wife, and Wendell Pierce plays his boss in a blending of workplace and family comedy. So, as you can see, there will be no shortage of family comedies on the air. For whatever reasons, they are here to stay.


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Duck Dynasty 8:00 p.m. on A&E Willie's daughter is getting ready to take the test for her driver's license, so Willie, Jase and Si set out to teach her how to drive; Phil chaperones two young lovers on their date, turning their day on the river into a highly awkward afternoon. (HD) NCIS: Los Angeles 8:00 p.m. on WLTX A drone strike on a bomb-making compound located in Afghanistan reveals the body of a recently retired Marine, leaving the team to investigate as to why the man returned to Afghanistan and whether or not he betrayed his country. (HD) Hell on Wheels 9:00 p.m. on AMC Thomas Durant decides to file an injunction against the Union Pacific organization, which threatens Cullen Bohannon’s way of life; Elam is required to deal with a newcomer who raises suspicions amongst the current population. (HD) The Sweeter A privileged Side of Life housewife 9:00 p.m. on (Kathryn Morris) HALL gets dumped After a New York and sent back to City socialite is work at her divorced by her father's bakery rich husband, she in "The Sweeter returns home to New Jersey where Side of Life," airing Saturday at she works for her father’s bakery and 9 p.m. on attempts to rescue Hallmark. the failing business by utilizing the skills recognized by her degree. (HD) Duplicity 10:30 p.m. on TNT After spending years apart from each other, two former lovers who are also corporate spies have a chance encounter and develop a plan to utilize their respective agencies’ hate for each other against them in an attempt to gain substantial profit. (HD)

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MOVIE HIGHLIGHTS A The Abyss aaa ‘89 Ed Harris. When a submarine vanishes, the authorities dispatch divers to rescue its crew. PG-13 (4:00) SYFY Sun. 6:00pm.

B Brazil aaac ‘85 Jonathan Pryce. A civil servant reluctantly opposes an oppressive bureaucracy. R (2:45) TCM Fri. 2:15am. Bride of Frankenstein aaac ‘35 Boris Karloff. A sinister scientist convinces Dr. Frankenstein to build a mate for his Monster. NR (1:30) TCM Sat. 3:30am.

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) TBS Sat. 11:00pm. Cinerama Adventure aaac ‘02 Jim Morrison. An in-depth glimpse is given inside the widescreen process of Cinerama. NR (1:45) TCM Mon. 9:45am.

D The Departed aaaa ‘06 Leonardo DiCaprio. An undercover cop discovers that

ACROSS 1. “American __!” 4. Michaels and Molinaro 7. Singer Mitchell 8. In __ of; as a substitute for 10. 1986 Sigourney Weaver movie 12. __ Bator, Mongolia 13. Berenger and Sizemore 14. “__ Breckinridge”; 1970 Mae West film 15. “Off the __”; 2003 Sam Elliott movie 16. Ross and Rigg 19. “Midnight in the Garden of Good __ __”; ’97 John Cusack film 21. “The Prime of Miss Jean __”; ’69 Maggie Smith movie 22. Poorly lit

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25. “__ __-Called Life” (1994-95) 26. Madrid Mmes. 27. “The Man with the __ Fists”; 2012 Russell Crowe film 28. “__ the Band” 30. Francis or Murray 31. Actor Ken 32. Suffix for host or count 33. “__ You Hear About the Morgans?”; ’09 Hugh Grant movie DOWN 1. “I Don’t Know How She __ It”; 2011 Pierce Brosnan film 2. Carrie __ Inaba 3. Prefix for like or own 4. Homecoming attendees 5. “How I Met Your Mother” role (2)

6. JC Penney competitor 7. Actor on “The Big Bang Theory” (2) 9. Merkel or O’Connor 10. Source of quick cash, for short 11. Hawaii’s Mauna __ 16. Shameful report card 17. Part of the “Old MacDonald” refrain 18. “Ocean __.”; short-lived 2002-03 series 20. Peter of Herman’s Hermits, and his family 21. Actor Gabriel 23. Somerhalder or McKellen 24. Flavor-enhancing letters 25. Sara, for one 26. Slide sideways, as on an icy road 28. “The __ Squad” (1968-73) 29. Actress Larter

a mobster is working as a police officer. R (3:31) AMC Tue. 8:00pm., Wed. 12:30pm.

E Eve’s Bayou aaac ‘97 Jurnee Smollett. The youngest daughter of a Creole family discovers her parents’ frailties. R (2:30) BET Sat. 10:30pm.

F The Fugitive aaac ‘93 Harrison Ford. An innocent doctor charged with his wife’s murder searches for the real killer. PG-13 (3:00) ION Sat. 12:00am. Funny Girl aaac ‘68 Barbra Streisand. A New York singing and acting comic rises to stardom and struggles with love. G (3:00) TCM Fri. 5:00pm.

G Giant aaac ‘56 Elizabeth Taylor. A Texas cattle baron, his family and a rival neighbor face changing times. NR (3:30) TCM Sat. 8:00pm. The Grapes of Wrath aaac ‘40 Henry Fonda. Oklahoma farmers move to California during the Great Depression. NR (2:30) TCM Thu. 1:30pm.

H Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 aaac ‘10 Daniel Radcliffe. Harry, Hermione and Ron hunt the world for the pieces of the Dark Lord’s soul. PG-13 (3:30) FAM Sat. 10:30pm. Hester Street aaac ‘75 Carol Kane. A Jewish immigrant joins her spouse in NY, and finds he has forsaken tradition. PG (2:00) TCM Mon. 6:00am.



Little Miss Sunshine aaac ‘06 Greg Kinnear. A dysfunctional family goes on a road trip to support their young daughter. R (2:00) USA Sun. 2:00am. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers aaaa ‘02 John Rhys-Davies. Frodo and Sam continue their quest to destroy the One Ring in Mordor. PG-13 (4:00) AMC Sun. 12:00pm, 4:00pm.

The Shawshank Redemption aaaa ‘94 Tim Robbins. An innocent man convicted of his wife’s murder copes with the horrors of prison. R (3:00) AMC Fri. 10:30pm. Spellbound aaac ‘45 Ingrid Bergman. A psychiatrist working with a murder suspect begins to fall in love with him. NR (2:00) TCM Sun. 1:30pm.

M Metropolis aaac ‘27 Brigitte Helm. In the future, a woman’s plans to change society are thwarted by a scientist. NR (2:45) TCM Fri. 8:00pm. Mission: Impossible III aaa ‘06 Tom Cruise. A former secret agent’s peaceful life is interrupted by a friend’s kidnapping. PG-13 (2:30) TNT Sat. 8:00pm.

N The Negotiator aaa ‘98 Samuel L. Jackson. A brilliant hostage negotiator is wrongfully accused of murdering his partner. R (3:00) AMC Mon. 1:00pm.

O Orphans Of The Storm aaac ‘21 Lillian Gish. Two sisters travel to Paris and get caught up in the French Revolution. NR (2:45) TCM Mon. 5:15am. The Outlaw Josey Wales aaac ‘76 Clint Eastwood. A simple farmer-turnedoutlaw seeks a new life and beginning in Texas. PG (3:00) AMC Sat. 10:00am.



Psycho aaaa ‘60 Anthony Perkins. A fugitive woman stops at a motel run by a recluse and his tyrannical mother. NR (2:00) TCM Sun. 10:00pm. Pulp Fiction aaaa ‘94 John Travolta. In Los Angeles, two eccentric hitmen interact with diverse characters. R (3:01) AMC Wed. 8:00pm., Thu. 4:30pm.

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade aaac ‘89 Harrison Ford. In 1938, Indiana Jones embarks on a quest to find his father and the Holy Grail. PG-13 (2:57) SYFY Sat. 8:04pm. Intolerance aaac ‘16 Lillian Gish. The tragedy of human intolerance is juxtaposed in four separate stories. NR (3:30) TCM Tue. 8:00pm.

Raiders of the Lost Ark aaaa ‘81 Harrison Ford. Archaeologist Indiana Jones searches for the lost Ark of the Covenant. PG (2:34) SYFY Sat. 5:30pm. Rope aaac ‘48 James Stewart. College students kill a friend and hide the body in their apartment. NR (1:30) TCM Sun. 12:00pm.


T Tangled aaac ‘10 Mandy Moore. A princess is trapped in the queen’s secret tower until a bandit frees her. PG (1:45) DISN Fri. 8:00pm., Sat. 9:00am. Toy Story aaac ‘95 Tom Hanks. Two rival toys form an uneasy alliance when they are separated from their owner. G (1:30) DISN Tue. 8:00pm., Wed. 1:00pm.

V Vertigo aaaa ‘58 James Stewart. A former detective is hired to keep an eye on an old friend’s suicidal wife. NR (2:15) TCM Thu. 9:00pm.

W Way Down East aaac ‘20 Lillian Gish. A naive country girl is tricked into a fake marriage by a wealthy womanizer. NR (2:30) TCM Tue. 11:30pm. The Wind aaaa ‘28 Lillian Gish. A woman ends up moving to West Texas to live with some of her relatives. NR (1:30) TCM Wed. 7:15am.

X X2 aaa ‘03 Sir Patrick Stewart. The XMen join Magneto to battle a government agent’s genocidal plan. PG-13 (2:30) WACH Sun. 12:00pm.










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