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ship and income, and you have to sign that you are providing truthful information, subject to perjury laws. You heard it was going to be like buying airline tickets online? Not quite. But even if the process triggers some anxiety, it’s not the government poking in your medical records, as “Obamacare” foes have suggested. After state health insurance markets open Oct. 1, consumers can apply online, via a call center, in person or by SEE APPLY, PAGE A5

MILITARY APPRECIATION PICNIC SERVES MORE THAN 1,200

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BY BRISTOW MARCHANT bmarchant@theitem.com Three years after he walked these roads for the last time, family and friends of Aaron Jacobs marched to the spot on Patriot Parkway where the young man was shot and killed in an altercation with a police officer. About 40 marchers, many of them relatives of Jacobs, retraced his steps early Saturday SEE JACOBS, PAGE A6 BELOW: A young woman marches with friends and family of Aaron Jacobs on Saturday. BRISTOW MARCHANT / THE ITEM PHOTOS BY JACK OSTEEN / THE ITEM

The Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce held its annual Military Appreciation Picnic at Shaw Air Force Base on Friday. More than 1,200 Army and Air Force men and women were served hamburgers and hot dogs donated by Piggly Wiggly. SAFE Federal Credit Union was the signature sponsor of the event. ABOVE: Jonathan Zimpleman, wearing a Clemson hat, and Carl McIntosh, in a Gamecock apron, team up despite their college loyalty differences to flip burgers for the Military Appreciation Picnic.

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LEFT: Sumter Volunteer Joan Morris replenishes a table with more cookies for the military men and women. About a dozen local churches supplied 2,000 bags of homemade cookies for the event.

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Lee volunteers help fathers be their best BY RANDY BURNS Special to The Item BISHOPVILLE — A group of Lee County volunteers is partnering with the Department of Social Services to help parents — mostly fathers — build healthy relationships with their families. The Fatherhood and Families Engagement Program, one of the seven programs of the South Carolina Fatherhood Initiative, was established as a ministry of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine. It began in Lee County in October 2012 and has program sites in Florence, Darlington, Marion, Sumter and Lee counties. The Lee County volunteer group, led by program director Sam Joye, currently serves 35 Lee County parents, including three mothers. The group’s caseload is determined by DSS and family court judges, Joye said. “All of our cases are parents who are not able to pay child support because they don’t have a job or any way to pay,”

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Joye said. “A lot of them come in with the attitude that the whole system is against them. They think they have nobody on their side. We tell them that they made the decision to become parents, and they have a responsibility to that child. We have to change their mindset.” The father typically is given six months by the judge to work with the Fatherhood Initiative and its volunteer life coaches to be trained, employed and responsible, Joye said. Eva Durant, one of the program’s volunteer life coaches, said typically three months are enough to help the fathers “get on the right track.” “I work with this program

because I see the needs the children have,” she said. “They are not getting what they need. What we have really is kids having kids. I see all of them as my kids. And when they enter the court system, we don’t think they belong in jail. They just need a helping hand.” The volunteer life coaches help their clients find the training and education they need to find employment. The fathers in the program tend to have high rates of unemployment, low educational levels, high rates of incarceration and very little civic engagement. The program seeks to equip fathers with knowledge and skills to help them become productive and self-sufficient men — establishing their position in the workplace, in the lives of their children and families, and as responsible community members. Joye, Durant and volunteer life coaches Donnie Moses, Pat Carter, Mattie Westry, George Williams and Jacobee Pratt are trained and supported by Fa-

therhood Initiative staff members Roger Gore and David Morrisey, headquartered in Florence. The South Carolina Fatherhood Initiative program receives funding from the S.C. Department of Social Services, the Sisters of Charity Foundation, the South Carolina General Assembly, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the South Carolina BAR Foundation, various private foundations and private donors. However, very little of the funding is directed to expenses incurred in Lee County. “Roger makes us account for every dollar we spend,” Joye said. However, there are few dollars to spend for gas mileage, supplies and equipment. As program director, Joye is able to receive gas mileage compensation, but the other life coaches receive no reimbursement. Lee County’s fatherhood initiative team is headquartered in office space adjacent to Bryant’s Printing on Nettles Street.

“We have to pay the light bill,” Joye said. “And we have other operational expenses. We need donations. ... We just received a donation from (Lee County Councilman) David Addison. And he challenges others to come forward.” Despite the struggles, Lee County’s program volunteers said they continue because of the importance of their work. While the fatherhood initiative works to provide parents with the skills needed to provide for their children, the need goes beyond making that child support payment, said Joye, a retired truck driver of 30 years. “They (fathers) need to get involved with their child,” he said. After a few months with the initiative, Joye said, “I’m finding the fathers need a role model. They need to have somebody they can look up to. And most of them know me. I’ve been here all my life. They know me. And I think that gives me an advantage when it comes to helping them.”

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Sumter School District officials welcome Salvation Army Director Robbie Robbins, far right, on Thursday at Bates Middle School to kick off the district’s coat drive, which will be held throughout the winter at all of the district’s 29 schools. Assistant to the Superintendent Amy Hansen, far left, said Bates was chosen for the kick-off because of its “gung-ho” attitude when told about the coat drive. Also pictured are Bates Principal Ayesha Hunter, second from left; Trevor Ivey, chairman of the Teachers’ Forum for the school district and assistant principal at Alice Drive Middle School, center; and Bates Assistant Principal Gary Bettinger, second from right. Hansen said students, teachers, parents and community may donate any types of clothing to the drive, including coats, shirts and other cold-weather attire.

A Wedgefield man is in jail facing several felony charges after police said that same man called someone to his home and then attempted to rob the person he called. Joshua Allen Lawson, 21, of 6110 Phoenix Court, Wedgefield, is charged with armed robbery and attempted murder. About 6:24 p.m. Friday, Lawson reportedly called the victim and asked him to pick Lawson up at his home for a ride. But when the man arrived, Lawson and another LAWSON unknown suspect reportedly approached him in the yard. The other suspect reportedly pulled a revolver on the victim before the men pulled the driver out of the vehicle and took his wallet. As the victim drove away from the scene, shots were reportedly fired at the car, striking the rear windshield and passenger-side door. When law enforcement were directed to Lawson’s home, he was reportedly still there. He was taken into custody and transported to Sumter-Lee Regional Detention Center.

Ministry needs your home-baked cookies Kairos takes treats to correctional institution as part of program BY JADE ANDERSON janderson@theitem.com The local Kairos ministry will be going to Lee Correctional Institution the first weekend of October, but first it needs some help. The 30-member team is seeking a donation of between 4,000 and 7,000 dozen cookies, preferably homemade. “It lets them know somebody loves them,” said Richard Boisvert. “We do accept bought cookies, but we prefer homemade because they are a lot more effective.” Started in the 1970s in Florida, the interdenominational prison ministry — whose Greek name means “God’s special time” — made its way to the tri-county area in 1983. Boisvert was on the original

steering committee. The group goes twice a year for “street weekends” such as this one. The other usually takes place in May. Even though only 30 residents — the organization’s preferred name for the inmates — will go through the actual program, everyone in the facility, from the residents to the guards, gets a container of cookies each day. With more than 1,600 men currently incarcerated at the facility, that is a lot of cookies, Boisvert said. When the program started in Florida, the first group of participants got beaten up for being treated special. The members of that Kairos prayed, and the answer was cookies for everyone. “It solved the problem,” Sherry Amerson-Jackson said.

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have never experienced that kind of TLC. As time goes on, they get involved in the talks and become part of the program. By Saturday, they want hugs.” The “love in action” is also what helps draw the residents back to the monthly “reunion weekends,” where the Kairos team meets with small groups of men who have been through the program for fellowship, food, testimonials, singing and prayer. Boisvert credits this follow-up for a majority of the program’s effectiveness, he said. But it isn’t just the residents who get something out of Kairos. “We get so much more out of it,” she said. “It forces us to grow and break down barriers.”

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Woman in wheelchair struck by van BY BRISTOW MARCHANT bmarchant@theitem.com A woman in a wheelchair was struck by a van on Broad Street on Saturday afternoon. The woman was apparently attempting to cross the street in front of a building in the 700 block of Broad Street across from Larkin Street when she was struck head on by a van in the northbound lane. She was transported to Tuomey Regional Medical Center by ambulance in an unknown condition. No update on the woman’s condition was avail-

able Saturday. Allen Andrews was driving an older-model Toyota van on Broad Street when he crashed into the woman in the roadway. “She just pulled out right ahead of me,” he said, and declined to discuss the crash further. William Spratley was driving north on Broad shortly before the woman was struck. “I didn’t see her, but I saw all the commotion, so I pulled over,” he said. He said the woman appeared to be bleeding from the head after the crash, but she did appear to

move before being loaded into the ambulance. Spratley said he didn’t know the woman but recognized her as frequently riding around that area of Broad Street in her wheelchair. He also expressed his sympathies with Andrews after the crash. “You don’t expect somebody to get hit by a car. You just react,” he said. “I feel sorry for both of them, her and him.” Sumter police are investigating the incident. No charges had been filed in the incident as of Saturday.

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A crumpled wheelchair is seen in the northbound lane of Broad Street on Saturday after a wheelchair-bound woman was struck head on by the older model Toyota van to the left. No charges were filed in relation to the incident, and it remains under investigation.

42 defendants will challenge their convictions BY ROBERT J. BAKER bbaker@theitem.com Kevin DeWayne Isaac wants a circuit court judge to vacate his guilty plea to the 2009 death of his 17-month-old son and the 25-year prison sentence that went with it. This week, Isaac and other defendants convicted of serious crimes in the 3rd Judicial Circuit will challenge their convictions at the Sumter County Judicial Center by attacking the defense provided by their original trial attorneys. Isaac and Marketta Sharnise McCray, who is not scheduled this week, were sentenced in 2010 to 25 years and 29 years, respectively, for the death of Sincere Isaac, who died of starvation on March 2, 2009. Isaac is one of 42 defendants that have filed post-conviction relief applications that will be evaluated this week. “In South Carolina, a

post-conviction relief proceeding is a collateral attack on a criminal conviction,” according to the state Attorney General’s Office, which challenges each application on a rotating schedule in the state’s 16 judicial circuits. During a hearing, the convicted person attempts to prove that his original trial lawyer was incompetent in handling his or her case or that there were other errors to prove his trial was unfair. By South Carolina law, Isaac had just 10 days to appeal his guilty plea to a higher court. In his post-conviction relief application, Isaac claims that his former attorney, Arthur Wilder, provided “ineffective assistance of counsel, failed to investigate (his) case and denied (him) adequate formulation of performance.” State law puts the burden of proof on the applicant, the convicted defendant. Isaac will have

to show At-large Circuit Judge Jeffrey Young that had it not been for the alleged deficient conduct, he would not have pleaded guilty and would have insisted on going to trial. A successful relief application does not automatically free a defendant, but rather provides for a new trial. Young said during post-conviction relief hearings held in March at the Sumter County Courthouse that a successful applicant can even be retried and sentenced to more time. “It doesn’t just make the charge go away,” he said. “They could’ve gotten 10 years the first time, and then have a successful post-conviction relief and be retried and get 20 years depending on what the charge calls for in the law.”

OTHERS SEEK RELIEF • Donniel Woods was found guilty by a Clarendon County jury in October 2008 of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, kidnapping and strong arm robbery and sentenced to 30 years in prison. Woods had been served with warrants for the offenses on June 29, 2007, a little more than a year after a Clarendon County woman told police she was held against her will and forced to perform oral sex in a car near the area of Tearcoat and Brogdon roads in Alcolu. • Timothy James Johnson pleaded guilty in 2011 to assault and battery with intent to kill in connection with a December 2008 shooting and kidnapping from an unrelated 2009 home invasion, receiving a 20-year prison sentence. Court records show that Johnson admitted to being present at a Robney Drive home when four shots were fired at Arthur Bennett after a fight the day before involving family members from both sides. One year later, Johnson and two other men kicked in the door of a Cannery Road home and slammed the homeowner to the floor, according to reports. The homeowner’s boyfriend later arrived and shot at the intruders, hitting Johnson once in the foot and once in the leg. His DNA was found at the scene and on a glove near the home. • Nathaniel Bradley, 61, was sentenced to 30 years after a jury found him guilty of killing 39-year-old Ernest James, whose body was found May 23, 2005, in Boyles Pond, off St.

Pauls Church Road. • Devan Jevon Dwyer, 27, was found guilty in April 2009 of attacking a 34-year-old woman and her then-boyfriend at the woman’s Silver Street home. Third Circuit Judge R. Ferrell Cothran sentenced Dwyer to 30 years in prison for two counts of assault and battery with intent to kill, armed robbery, first-degree burglary and possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime. • Mark McCoy, 45, was given a life sentence without possibility of parole in 2008 for the shooting death four years earlier of 36-year-old Donald Tyrone Pettis Jr. Police said McCoy shot Pettis in the back on Edwards Street after McCoy and another man jumped Pettis. • Randy Alan Yonson, 27, was sentenced to 30 years in prison in 2007 for the Sept. 11, 2005, shootings of two deputies in the parking lot of a Pinewood Road nightclub. He had faced a maximum penalty of more than 100 years in prison. • John Raleigh Nelson Jr. pleaded guilty in February 2011 to one count of committing a lewd act upon a child at the Clarendon County Courthouse, garnering a 12-year sentence. The sentence was suspended to three years, with additional stipulations for placement on the Sex Offender Registry and lifetime global positioning system ankle bracelet monitoring. Nelson, a former educator, had been arrested Dec. 22, 2009, after the mother of a then-13-year-old girl told the Clarendon County Sheriff’s Office that Nelson had forced the girl to have sex with him while the woman was at work.

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Rasheen Sedrick Butler, 21, of 642 W. Oakland Ave., was arrested Thursday and charged with unlawful carrying of a pistol. At 9:36 p.m., Butler was stopped on Purdy Street near Liberty Street while driving a white Mazda Protégé with “Trap or Die” written on the sides. A car matching that description reportedly fired gunshots in the 500 block of Silver Street about 30 minutes earlier. Butler reportedly gave his consent to a search of the car, which uncovered a Hi-Point .40-caliber handgun under the driver’s seat. James Tasheem Lawrence, 30, of Sumter, was arrested Thursday and charged with failure to register as a sex offender, second offense. Lawrence reportedly failed to make a scheduled appointment on Sept. 11 and two rescheduled appointments on Sept. 17 and 23. Martin Lee Washington, 47, of 55 Ideal Circle, Lot 7, was arrested Tuesday and charged with driving under suspension, third or subsequent offense. Washington was reportedly stopped at 3 p.m. on U.S. 76/378. Derrick Fionne Hastie, 24, of 227 Brent St., was arrested Tuesday and charged with driving under suspension, third offense. At 10:39 a.m., Hastie was reportedly stopped in the first block of Carolina Avenue near Jackson Avenue for not wearing a seatbelt.

the 200 block of Loring Drive between 9 a.m. Sept. 20 and 1 p.m. Monday. The items are valued at $1,250. A 40-inch TV and a bluish-gray pit bull puppy were reported stolen from the 400 block of Belk Street at 1:27 a.m. Wednesday. The TV and dog are valued at a total of $950.

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A blue 2004 Honda Accord was reportedly stolen from the 600 block of Archdale Drive between 6 p.m. Monday and 8:24 p.m. Wednesday. The car is valued at $6,000. A brown, steel lock box containing a $1,000 savings bond, $2,000 in silver coins and $500 in cash was reportedly stolen from a car parked in the 900 block of Club Lane between 9 and 9:15 a.m. Thursday. A 32-inch television, a black Remington 870 shotgun, a change jar, a jewelry box containing $500 worth of costume jewelry, two class rings, a silver rope necklace and five laptop computers were reported stolen from the 900 block of One Mile Road in Gable at 1:38 p.m. Wednesday. The items are valued at $3,050. A check for $2,034 was reportedly stolen from a mailbox in the 900 block of Jubilee Drive between Aug. 13 and 8 a.m. Thursday. A white refrigerator and white stove were reportedly stolen from

valued at $830. An electric meter box was reported stolen off a home in the 4600 block of Blanche Road at 8:57 p.m. Tuesday. The box is valued at $750. Two hundred quarters were reported stolen from a cardboard box in a shed in the 1000 block of Acres Avenue at 11:56 a.m.

Tuesday. EMS CALLS:

On Tuesday, Sumter County Emergency Medical Services responded to 50 calls. Forty-two were medical calls, three were motor vehicle wrecks, and five were listed as “other trauma.” On Wednesday, Sumter County EMS re-

sponded to 34 calls. Thirty were medical calls, two were for motor vehicle wrecks, and two were listed as “other trauma.” On Thursday, Sumter County EMS responded to 42 calls. Thirty-four were medical calls, four were motor vehicle wrecks, and four were listed as “other trauma.”

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face a backlash from influential groups or will take years to bear fruit. Lobbying groups representing doctors have questioned the safety of some of the proposed changes, argued they would encourage less collaboration among health professionals and suggested they could create a two-tiered health system offering unequal treatment. Bills seeking to expand the scope of practice of dentists, dental therapists, optometrists, psychologists, nurse practitioners and others have been killed or watered down in numerous states. Other states

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JACOBS from Page A1 made their way past small homes on a shady residential section of Eagle Road headed toward the Parkway, a few of the protestors would occasionally break into a chant, “We want justice, we want justice.� While the event was tinged with sadness, several of the marchers laughed, shouted and sang while smaller children ran alongside the marchers’ route to keep up. The atmosphere matched the memories Jacobs’ sister Paula “Pepa� Harvin has of her brother. “(I remember) his friendly spirit, being with his family, the laughter, and most of all him just aggravating everybody,� she said. “We keep this going to remember him.� “The reason we do this is to keep him here,� Tim Jacobs said. “This brings him back to us.� Jacobs’ cousin, Tiffany Archie, organized the march, and after reaching the Patriot Parkway memorial, she helped pull weeds from around the cross.

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Several supporters of Aaron Jacobs carried homemade signs Saturday as they retraced Jacobs’ steps the morning he was shot and killed by police who thought he was a suspect in a carjacking.

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SHUTDOWN from Page A1 not,’’ said U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson, RSpringdale. “That’s why it should be avoided. It’s not in the interest of really anyone.’’ Medicaid and Social Security payments would continue to flow because they are part of permanent law, said Sharon Parrott with the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a non-partisan policy think tank in Washington, D.C. But there would be other disruptions in federal services that are paid for through the appropriations process, she said. And those disruptions could hurt the state’s economy. For example, delays in federal loan approvals could hurt the housing industry. There also would be delays in the processing of passport and visa applications, and reviews of federal tax returns and issuance of refunds. Some national parks, such as Congaree National Park in Lower Richland and Fort Sumter in Charleston harbor, and federally run museums and historic sites would also likely close, a recent

report from the Congressional Research Service said. Agencies that pay for themselves, including the U.S. Post Office, would not be affected. But is a partial federal shutdown likely as congressional Democrats and Republicans argue over the budget and Obamacare? Clyburn, South Carolina’s lone Democrat in Washington, told reporters in Columbia on Tuesday that a shutdown “is a realistic possibility, but highly improbable.’’ By Friday, his outlook was less optimistic. “I still believe in the state’s (South Carolina’s) motto — while I breathe, I hope. But time is running out for the Republicans to do the right thing and stop this brinkmanship.’’ Republicans, who control the House, counter that Democratic President Obama and the Democratic-majority U.S. Senate should do the right thing and abandon the Affordable Care Act, Obama’s signature achievement as president. A shutdown could happen if Congress fails to reach an agreement on a spending plan that would keep the government open after midnight Monday, the last day the federal government is authorized to spend money.

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ABOVE: Major General “Jake� Polumbo, front, and his wife, Sandra, serve hot dogs and hamburgers to Shaw Air Force Base men and women. Sumter Police Chief Russell Roark helps out alongside Col. Tim Hannus.

LEFT: Lewis Thompson grills some hamburgers at Shaw Air Force Base for the Military Appreciation Picnic on Friday.

OBITUARIES JOHNIE MAE COLCLOUGH Johnie Mae Colclough, 81, passed away Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013, in Fort Washington, Md. Born in Sumter County, she was the daughter of COLCLOUGH the late Julius and Essie Davis Durant. Mrs. Colclough is survived by five daughters: Alfreda (Conyers) Dantzler, Delores Colclough, Essie Corbin,

| Sheila Colclough and Clevette Colclough; 13 grandchildren; 22 greatgrandchildren; and other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Union Station AME Church, 945 S. Main St., Sumter, with the Rev. Dr. Charles E. Young officiating. Interment will follow in the Calvary Baptist Church cemetery, Pinewood. A wake service will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Palmer Memorial Chapel, 304 S.

Main St., Sumter. Mrs. Colclough will be placed in the church for public viewing at noon Tuesday until the hour of service. The family will receive friends at the Richardsons’ residence of 212 Barefoot Court,

Sumter, SC 29150. Please leave a condolence for the family on their memorial website, found at palmermemorialchapel.com.

SAUL BROGDON Saul Brogdon, 67, son of Daisy Roman

Brogdon and the late Sod Brogdon, was born Dec. 10, 1945, in Sumter. He departed this life on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013, at the Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston. Family will be re-

ceiving friends at 910 Radical Road, Sumter. Funeral plans are incomplete and will be announced later by Job’s Mortuary, Inc., 312 S. Main St., Sumter. SEE OBITUARIES, PAGE A9

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Tuomey takes steps to begin healing process

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hen the dust finally settles in the ongoing, 10-year-old Tuomey Healthcare System debacle — and that’s still a long way off — the record will show that it was new board chairman John M. Brabham Jr. and vice chairman Roy Creech who finally stepped up and did the right thing for the hospital and for the Sumter community. What did they do? They convinced a majority of their fellow board members to get rid of CEO Jay Cox and the law firm that continually represented Cox’s personal and financial interests over the best interests of the hospital and this city. Brabham’s late father — John Brabham Sr. — was an outstanding businessman and civic leader in Sumter for many years, and he would

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surely be proud of his son and those board members who went along with this difficult but correct decision. Brabham and Creech, whose family also has a long history of public service in Sumter, represent a new generation of Sumter civic leaders making their mark. ••• What happens next is anyone’s guess, so here’s a quick review: Tuomey has now lost two landmark, nationally watched trials for Medicare fraud and Stark Law violations, and has put Sumter’s 100-year-old, non-profit, charitable hospital at risk of bankruptcy. The government is still willing to settle the case, and has indicated

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that from the beginning. Local trustees past and present face the prospect of personal financial damages from any future lawsuits brought against them for their role in the mismanagement of the hospital under the leadership of CEO Cox, who sat alongside them on the board and allegedly controlled access to the lawyers. Those lawyers are now all much richer after living off the fat of our non-profit hospital for 10 years, with some local legal experts guessing Tuomey has spent somewhere north of $30 million in legal fees. The charitable view is that this new board under Brabham and Creech’s leadership regained their collective perspective. They remembered that Tuomey exists to serve

the people of Sumter, not a few individuals. The Item has said from the beginning that only a wholesale change of leadership would clear the way for Tuomey to forge a deal with the government. That appears to be happening now, and we should all expect the new board to deal openly with the public in all future decisions. Brabham has already made that a priority in his dealings with The Item, and we appreciate it. We hope he and Creech consider opening board meetings to the press and public, just like Tuomey did up until the 1990s. Going into executive session for personnel and contractual matters seems to work fine for other public institutions such as city and county council and the school board, so why not

Tuomey? In terms of its mission to serve Sumter and its heavy reliance on public funds, the hospital is every bit a public entity. There’s a session at the upcoming American Healthcare Lawyers Association national meeting titled, “Board duties and responsibilities in the wake of Tuomey,” and upcoming sessions in legal conferences all over the country that begin with, “In light of the Tuomey case ...” That’s a dubious distinction. The Item will continue to report fully and fairly on all aspects of this case, and we expect there are board members who would like to finally clear their names publicly and on the record. We will welcome those interviews, because transparency will be the key to regaining any sort of public trust.

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hen our phone rang at 6 a.m. Wednesday, I knew something was wrong. A neighbor was calling to say Georgetown’s Front Street was on fire, so I ran outside to see what looked like a disaster movie set just down the street from our home. The flames and smoke were so intense in the 700 waterfront block of the downtown historic district that the whole town was clearly at risk. We live in the 500 block. People had just started to gather downtown, many in pajamas or bathrobes, and my wife and I began looking for our good friends who live in one of the buildings that was already fully engulfed. We had been up on the third floor deck of their home overlooking the waterfront on Tuesday night. Graham I first saw their big OSTEEN yellow lab, Hampton, and realized they were alive and safe. But their beloved building, which also housed the town’s popular independent bookstore, was gone. It’s a powerful feeling to embrace friends you imagined might have been dead just minutes before. This has been a gut-wrenching week for them and many others who lost everything but their lives. Those old buildings, filled with heart pine lumber dating back to the 1800s, went up so fast that it’s a miracle no one was killed. A number of alert citizens saw the fire and began banging on doors to warn others. There were many heroes that morning, and many more in the ongoing cleanup, recovery and fundraising efforts that are taking place in the coming days and weeks. In all, eight businesses were destroyed and about 130 people lost jobs. Remarkably, the beautiful new South Carolina Maritime Museum was saved, and the 24th Annual Georgetown Wooden Boat Show will go on as planned Oct. 18-19. Go to www.woodenboatshow.com for details. One of South Carolina’s most iconic downtowns will recover and rebuild, better than ever. Graham Osteen is Editor-At-Large of The Item. He can be reached at graham@theitem.com. Follow him on Twitter @GrahamOsteen, or visit www.grahamosteen.com.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Obama’s lies becoming more apparent President Obama promised Obamacare would not cost a dime, would pay for itself, would reduce the deficit, would lower the cost of health care, would not create or raise taxes ,would not cause people to lose their jobs or insurance, would not destroy businesses, and would not negatively impact the economy. We now know all of these were lies. Obama continues to violate the Constitution by modifying the law — power he does not have — continues to issue waivers for a select few, and has bribed Congress by mandating 70 percent of these millionaires’ premiums will be paid by the rest of us. Even Democrats have called it a “train wreck” that will hurt the American people. Top union bosses say it is the cause of the destruction of the 40-hour work week upon which this nation is built and Americans depend upon. This week Senator Cruz fought to defund Obamacare, upholding his oath of office and promise to his constituents. So why are GOP members attacking him? Fellow Texan Sen. Cormyn admitted two days ago that Cruz bruised the egos of Washington “establishment” Republicans while jeopardizing their jobs, admit-

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JUANITA S. GIST Juanita Swinton Gist, 78, entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013, at Palmetto Health Baptist Hospital, Columbia. Born on March 15, 1935, in Sumter County, she was the GIST daughter of the late Ashby and Mary Kelly Swinton Miller. Mrs. Gist attended Ebenezer School, Dalzell, where she graduated with the Class of 1955. She started her educational journey at Morris College, where she received her bachelor of arts degree in education. She furthered her education at Western Michigan in Kalamazoo, Mich. She began her teaching career at Lower Lee School in Lee County. Her career also included stays at Ashwood Central, R.E. Davis Middle School and Hillcrest High School, from which she retired in 1990. Mrs. Gist’s teaching career ended with her receiving numerous teaching awards, as well as touching many people’s lives. She leaves to cherish her memories: her two children, Jennifer GistBarley of Columbia, and James Otis (Carita) Gist Jr. of Charlotte; seven grandchildren, Ashton Barley, Shakuri Ashhali, James Ashby Gist III, Nyla Gist, Vincent Johnson, Saniya Gist and Joshua Gist; one special sister, Bobbi (Henry) Graham of Sumter; one brother, Daniel (Mary) Swinton of New Jersey; four sisters-in-law; and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband, Coach James O. Gist; one son, Sgt. Dwayne E. Gist; and three brothers, James Swinton, Norman Swinton and Louie Swinton. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at the John Wesley Williams Sr. Memorial Chapel, Williams Funeral Home Inc., 821 N. Main St., Sumter, with the Rev. Dr. L. W. Walker Jr., officiating, eulogist, assisted by the Rev. Frank Williams Jr., the Rev. Edith Brown and Evangelist Willie Mae Moses. The family will receive friends and relatives at the home of her sister, Bobbi (Henry) Graham, 661 Red Bud Park, Sumter.

The funeral procession will leave from the home of her sister at 12:20 p.m. Floral bearers and pallbearers will be family and friends. Burial will be in Hillside Memorial Park, Sumter. Online memorial messages may be sent to the family at williamsfuneralhome@sc.rr.com. Visit us on the web at www.williamsfuneralhomeinc.com. Services directed by the management and staff of Williams Funeral Home Inc.

JAMES M. BOOTH James M. Booth, 82, beloved husband of 62 years to Mary Elizabeth Strange Booth, died on Friday, Sept. 27, 2013, at Lexington Medical Center. Born in Bowman, Ga., Mr. Booth was the son of the late Elmer Marvin Booth and Viola Elizabeth Hall Booth. Mr. Booth retired as a senior master sergeant with the United States Air Force after more than 20 years of service, during which he worked as an aircraft mechanic and investigator and served his country proudly in Vietnam. Some of his favorite hobbies were bowling and fishing, and he enjoyed working in his yard. He was devoted to his family and will be remembered as a very loving son, husband, father, grandfather and friend to all that knew him. Mr. Booth was a member of Hickory Road Baptist Church. Surviving in addition to his wife are: two sons, James Craig Booth and his wife, Bobbie Sue, and Kevin Dale Booth and his wife, Terry, all of Sumter; one daughter, Vivian Lorraine Booth Hastings and her fiancé, Bruce Bowen, of Alexandria, Va.; two sisters, Winfred Carol Cobb and her husband, Herman, and Peggy Ruth Lewis, all of Atlanta; six grandchildren, April Ann McGill and her husband, Marvin, Tracy Angelique Burney, Bethany Renee Hastings, Christina Lee Hastings, Richard Austin Booth and Brianna Lane Booth; and nine greatgrandchildren. In addition to his parents, Mr. Booth is preceded in death by a sister, Geraldine Hester. A funeral service will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday in the Bullock Funeral Home Cha-

pel with the Dr. Ron Taylor officiating. Interment will follow in Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery with full military honors. Honorary pallbearers will be the men of Hickory Road Baptist Church. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Bullock Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Hickory Road Baptist Church, 1245 Cherryvale Drive, Sumter, SC 29154. You may sign the family’s guest book at www. bullockfuneralhome. com. The family has chosen Bullock Funeral Home for the arrangements.

HENRY L. CONYERS Henry Lee Conyers, the husband of Gwendolyn Bowers Conyers, departed this life on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. He was born May 17, 1957, in Sumter County to Mrs. Alma Kelly Conyers and the late Henry George Conyers. The family is receiving relatives and friends at the home, 3030 Kids Lane, Pinewood. Funeral services will be announced by Community Funeral Home of Sumter. ALEAN C. JOHNSON NEW YORK — Alean Conyers Johnson, widow of Joseph Johnson, departed this life on Friday, Sept. 20, 2013, in New York, N.Y. Born in Pinewood on Sept. 30, 1934, she was a daughter of the late Silas and Carrie Conyers. Alean attended the public schools of Sumter County and was a graduate of Pinewood High School. During her youth, she attended New Hope UME Church, also in Pinewood. After her

marriage to Joseph Johnson in 1955, they later moved to New York City. She built alongside her husband a Harlem Empire, two record stores on 125th Street and a restaurant, beginning in the early 1970s. Survivors include: eight children, Loretta, Almeta (Robert), Joseph Jr. (Beverly), Jamal (also known as Ronald), Lesher (Trannie), Melvin, Calvin and Verna Latrell (Christopher); one brother, Roger (Paulette) Conyers of Sumter; two sisters, Carolyn Rouse of New York City and Malissa (Levi) Mashore of Thomasville, N.C.; five brothers-in-law, Earnest Armstrong of Eulonia, Ga., George Davis of Richmond, Va., Larry (Vicky) Johnson and Larnell (Aretha) Johnson and Leroy (Ella Mae) Johnson, all of Manning; four sisters-in-law, Sadie (Willie) Sowell of Manning, Betty (David) Heyward of the Bronx, N.Y., Gloria (Daniel) Thames of Manning and Phosia (Robert) McCray of Paxville; 18 grandchildren; and 20 great-grandchildren. Along with her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by two sisters, Ruth Armstrong and Daisy Davis; six brothers, Cornelius Conyers, Silas Conyers Jr., Robert Lee Conyers, Allen Conyers, James Conyers and Joe Nathan Conyers; a great-granddaughter, Daysha Thomas; and a great-grandson, Justin Thomas. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Mt. Zero Missionary Baptist Church, with the Pastor Dr. Lucius Dixon officiating, assisted by the Rev. Thelma Dixon, the Rev. Areatha Johnson and the Rev. Terry Johnson. Interment will follow in the Mt. Zero Missionary Baptist Church cemetery. Online condolences may be sent to flemingdelaine@aol.com. There will be a visita-

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tion from 5 to 7 p.m. today at Fleming-Delaine Chapel. The family is receiving friends at the residence of her brother and sister-in-law, Roger and Paulette Conyers, 4441 Corbett Road, Pinewood, SC 29125. Fleming-Delaine Funeral Home & Chapel is in charge of services.

EDWARD J. MASSENBERG MANNING — Edward Earl Johnson Massenberg, 67, husband of Lillian Mitchell Johnson, died Friday, Sept. 27, 2013, at his residence, 1127 Ashton Trace Drive, Manning. He was born Feb. 9, 1946, in Brooklyn, N.Y., a son of the late Isaac Johnson and Lucy Massenberg Scott. Family is receiving friends at the residence. These services have been entrusted to Samuels Funeral Home LLC of Manning. ROSA LEE VAUGHN Rosa Lee Dixon Vaughn, widow of the late Richard Vaughn, peacefully departed this life Thursday, Sept. 26, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Born in Sumter County on Oct. 25, 1917, she was a daughter of the late Alex Butler and Lenora Dixon. She was reared by her grandparents, Richard and Lydia Dixon. She received her early education from a Rosenwald School and attended Lincoln High School. Rosa was a kind and loving person who was passionate about her family and her church. She accepted Christ at an early age and was a lifelong member of St. Luke AME Church. She was the eldest member of the church. Through the years she supported several ministries and served faithfully as a stewardess, usher and missionary. On July 15, 1934, she married the love of her life, Richard Vaughn. The two enjoyed more than 50 years of holy

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matrimony and reared seven children. The couple took the African proverb “it takes a village ...” to heart, often opening their home to relatives and friends in need. She was an extremely talented seamstress who put her skills to work at Coker’s Department Store. It was her first job outside of the home. A little more than a year later, she acquired her driver’s license. Both accomplishments she achieved after the age of 50. Rosa was also a longtime member of the 4-H Club, receiving numerous first-place ribbons in the Sumter County Fair for canning, crocheting, embroidery and making garments. Her awards were received as far back as 1952. Rosa leaves to cherish her memory: one son, Samuel (Eva) Vaughn of Sumter; four daughters, Gladys (Thomas) Bellinger, Isabell Vaughn, Gloria Vaughn Evans and Shirley Vaughn Edwards, all of Sumter; two daughters-in-law, Ethel Vaughn of Sumter and Ida Dixon of Hopkins; a special nephew, Dominic Vaughn; 16 grandchildren; and a host of great-grandchildren, great-great-great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, godchildren and other relatives and friends. Public viewing will be held from 2 to 7 p.m. Monday at Job’s Mortuary. Mrs. Vaughn will be placed in the church on Tuesday at 2 p.m. for viewing until the hour of service. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday at St. Luke AME Church, 2355 N. St. Pauls Church Road, Sumter, with the Rev. E. Robert Thomas, eulogist. Interment will follow in the St. Luke AME Church cemetery. Family is receiving friends at 3070 Line St., Sumter. Job’s Mortuary Inc., 312 S. Main St., is in charge of arrangements.

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Belly dancing classes are held at 6 p.m. every Monday at the Parks and Recreation Department, 155 Haynsworth St. Only $20 per month. The Rembert Area Community Coalition offers an after school program for students from kindergarten to sixth grade at the youth center in Rembert. Children receive assistance with homework, school projects, etc. A nutritious snack is served daily. There is a small monthly fee. Registrations are accepted noon-2 p.m. at 8455 Camden Highway, U.S. 521, Rembert, in front of the car wash. Contact Dr. Juanita Britton at (803) 432-2001. The Second (Indianhead) Division Association is searching for anyone/everyone who served in the 2nd Infantry Division. Visit www.2ida.org or contact Mike Davino at MDavino@ yahoo.com or (919) 498-1910. Zumba classes will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at the Parks and Recreation building on Haynsworth Street. Classes are $5 each. No registration required. Contact Deanne Lewis at zumbadeanne@gmail.com. The Palmetto Singles Club holds a dance from 7 to 10 p.m. on the first and third Fridays of each month at the VFW on Gion Street. Call Nancy McLeod, club president, at (803) 4693433. The VISA Program at South Sumter Resource Center is accepting applications for students who have been expelled from school or who are not currently attending school. Students will be involved in academics, behavior modification, recreational and cultural activities from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call Maurice Nelson at (803) 774-6144 or (803) 436-2276. Sumter Area Toastmasters meets at 7 p.m. each Tuesday at the Sumter Mall community room, 1057 Broad St. The group helps in developing speaking and leadership skills. Call Douglas Wilson at (803) 778-0197 or Rebecca Gonzalez at (803) 565-9271. The Sumter Chapter of the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) meets at 5:30 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month in the Bultman Conference Room at USC Sumter. Administrative professionals, assistants and secretaries are encouraged to attend. Call Mary Sutton at (803) 938-3760. Having cancer is hard. Finding help shouldn’t be. Free help for cancer patients from the American Cancer Society. Transportation to treatment, help for appearance related side effects of treatment, nutrition help, one-on-one breast cancer support, free housing away from home during treatment, help finding clinical trials, someone to talk to — all free from the American Cancer Society. Call (800) 227-2345. The South Carolina Association of Community Action Partnerships Inc., a non-profit organization, announces the S.C. Weatherization Assistance Program. This program helps provide weatherization assistance to low-income South Carolinians. Services include, but are not limited to, insulating attics, walls, floors, water heaters and exposed pipes; stripping and caulking around doors and windows; and replacing broken glass panes. Call the Weatherization office of Wateree Community Action Agency Inc. at (803) 773-9716 or the state information line at (888) 771-9404. Navy and Marine Corps shipmates who served on the USS Columbus CA-74/CG-12 from 1944 through 1976 and the USS Columbus (SSN-762) past and present, to share memories and camaraderie with old friends and make new ones, contact Allen R. Hope, president, 3828 Hobson Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46815-4505; (260) 486-2221 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; fax (260) 492-9771; or email at hope4391@verizon.net. Agape Hospice is in need of volunteers. Whether your passion is baking, knitting, reading, singing, etc., Agape Hospice can find a place for you. Contact Thandi Blanding at (803) 774-1075, (803) 260-3876 or tblanding@agapsenior.com. Hospice Care of South Carolina is in need of volunteers in Sumter County. Do you have one extra hour a week? Opportunities are available for patient/family companionship, administrative support, meal preparation, light household projects, student education and various other tasks. Contact Whitney Rogers, regional volunteer coordinator, at (843) 409-7991 or whitney.rogers@ hospicecare.net. Amedisys Hospice is in need of volunteers. Volunteer opportunities include 1) special projects of baking, sewing, knitting, crafts, carpentry and yard work; 2) administrative/ office duties of copying, light filing and answering phones; and 3) patient companionship — develop one-on-one relationships with hospice patients (training provided). Contact Rhoda Keefe, volunteer coordinator, at (803) 4693047 or rhonda.keefe@amedisys.com.

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Independent Studies show that homes lose 20% to 40% of their heating and cooling through leaky air ducts.

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Lake Murray Marion Moultrie Wateree

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Gaffney 75/56 Spartanburg 75/57

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Aiken 81/55 Charleston 80/59

Today: Clouds limiting sunshine; pleasant. High 78 to 82. Monday: Partly sunny. High 78 to 82.

The following tide table lists times for Myrtle Beach.

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LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): ARIES (March 21-April 19): the last word in astrology Rethink your next move. Get out with people you Overreacting will lead to have an emotional eugenia LAST mistakes. Consider what connection to and you you have to offer and will figure out a way to where you are best served alter some of the things to put your skills to work for you. you don’t like about your life. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Your intuition is fineTAURUS (April 20-May 20): Emotional problems tuned right now and should be your guide will surface if you aren’t willing to compromise. regarding domestic and personal situations. Make wise choices based on true feelings. Follow your gut, not your heart. Anger won’t help. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Take a course or GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Socializing will investigate investments or money matters that encourage you to try new things and get encourage profits. Don’t rely on secondhand involved in an activity that can alter the way information. Steer clear of risky schemes. you do things and the direction you take. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Stand up and be CANCER (June 21-July 22): Make positive counted and you will be recognized for your changes, but don’t fall for fast-cash schemes or knowledge, skills and an unusual contribution items that promise the impossible. Trust and you make. Don’t feel obliged to make a quick believe in who you are and what you have to decision if someone puts pressure on you. offer. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Resolve issues LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Deal with emotional before they turn into an emotional mishmash. issues. Call a family meeting or get together A money matter or settlement will turn out in with friends who have not been pulling their your favor. Learn from past mistakes. weight. It’s time to make compromises and listen to complaints. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Explore new interests and you will meet people who have something VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Include the people to offer. Romance is on the rise, and sharing best suited to be involved in your plans. Love is with someone you love will lead to an on the rise, and making romantic plans can engaging time and a promise for a brighter lead to an interesting place filled with future. happiness.

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THURSDAY 87°

Partly cloudy

Sumter through 4 p.m. yesterday

BISHOPVILLE CITY COUNCIL Tuesday, 6:30 p.m., Colclough Building

68 Pacify with concessions 71 Wide-eyed feeling 72 Oklahoma collegians 76 Taking after 77 Place to study green animals 82 Truck capacity, at times 83 Bandleader’s cry 85 Nurses at the bar 86 Rude observer 88 Palette choice 89 Split-off group 90 Sanctified 91 Box that beeps 92 Old hat 94 Peace Nobelist Peres 96 Pretentious 97 Potato-processing tool 98 Rush order 99 In itself 100 Swim around a coral reef 102 Govt. fiscal agency 104 Serious pipe problem 107 Some square dancers 108 CD ancestors 111 Lithuanian jalopy 113 Partner in cold-water therapy 116 Creme-filled cookie 117 Arena walkway 118 Midsection 119 “Waterloo” pop group 120 Theater sign 121 Headquartered 122 Bit of dust 123 Volvo alternative

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55°

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

ACROSS 1 California wine valley 5 Adam and Eve’s youngest 9 Composer Copland 14 “A likely story!” 18 Gung-ho 19 Spots with indoor trees, perhaps 20 Steak selection 21 King of tragedy 22 Souvlaki-bread whitener 24 Where to buy nuns’ wear 26 PC bailout key 27 Puts into play 28 Political thaw 29 Not just “a” 30 Testimonial dinner, e.g. 32 Teatime treat 34 Not of the clergy 36 Quick-witted 38 Gives a heads-up to 40 Lose one’s cool 42 Places for earrings 43 Trait carriers 44 Mortarboard tosser 46 “__ you know!” 48 Actress Longoria 49 “__ porridge hot . . .” 50 Ballpark beverage 51 Baja buddy 52 Widen, as pupils 55 Jazzman’s get-out-of-jail money 58 Crusty dessert 59 “Now, listen!” 61 Mobiles, for instance 62 Grinds, as teeth 64 In-box contents 65 Looney Tunes pig 67 Author Ferber

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SPORTS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2013

THE ITEM To contact the Sports Department, call (803) 774-1241 or e-mail sports@theitem.com

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Sumter Sports Hall of Fame accepting nominations BY DENNIS BRUNSON dennisb@theitem.com Nominations are being accepted for candidates for the 2013 Sumter Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony. The ceremony, which is sponsored by the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club of Sumter, will be held on Nov. 21 at the Sumter High School

Commons Area. Nomination forms will be in editions of The Item beginning today and running

through the next couple of weeks. Today’s form is located on page A7. Nominaton forms must be

postmarked by Oct. 8 to be considered for this year’s class. To be eligible for consideration, each inductee must be either retired or out of active competition in his particular sport for a minimum of two years. The athlete must meet the following criteria: • Be a native of Sumter County, or

• Have attended four years of school in Sumter County, three of which were at the senior high level, or • Be a resident of the Sumter area for a sufficient period of time to be considered a permanent resident, or • Meet one of the above requirements and have been a SEE SUMTER HALL, PAGE B5

Boyd, Tigers rout WF 56-7 BY PETE IACOBELLI The Associated Press

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South Carolina running back Mike Davis (28) breaks free of Central Florida defenders during the Gamecocks’ 28-25 victory on Saturday at Bright House Networks Stadium in Orlando, Fla.

USC rallies, survives UCF RB Davis rushes for 167 yards, 3 TDs as Carolina holds off Knights BY KYLE HIGHTOWER The Associated Press ORLANDO, Fla. — South Carolina running back Mike Davis knew what he had to do and he was ready to get it done this time. When former Gamecocks running back Marcus Lattimore was lost

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South Carolina quarterback Connor Shaw walks the sideline after he was injured on a play against Central Florida during the Gamecocks’ 28-25 victory on Saturday in Orlando, Fla.

for the season in a game last year due to a knee injury, Davis was thrust

into a role he later acknowledged he wasn’t quite prepared to step into. That was then. This time, when starting quarterback Connor Shaw when down Saturday, there was no panic or doubt in Davis. The sophomore running back took over the

game, rushing 26 times for 167 yards and three touchdowns as No. 12 South Carolina overcame injuries, four turnovers and a 10-0 halftime deficit to beat UCF 28-25. “Whatever the coaches call, I am here for,’’

CLEMSON — Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris had two words of counsel this week for Tajh Boyd: “Have fun.’’ It appears he got the message — loud and clear. Boyd threw for three touchdowns and rushed for another score, leading the Tigers to a 56-7 victory over Wake Forest on Saturday. The terrific performance made him the second Atlantic Coast Conference quarterback to account for 100 career TDs. “It was a fun game,’’ Boyd said. “I got a lot of chances to smile out there.’’ Boyd’s return to form was part of a solid day on several fronts for the Tigers, (4-0, 2-0), who have won their first four games for the sec-

ond time in the QB’s three seasons as starter. Clemson figures to be the favorite the next two weeks against Syracuse and Boston College. Then the Tigers host undefeated ACC rival Florida State on Oct. 19. Boyd accounted for five TDs in Clemson’s seasonopening victory against Georgia, making the quarterback a contender for the Heisman Trophy and stamping the Tigers as a team to watch this season. But Boyd was held without a scoring pass and played less than a half SEE TIGERS, PAGE B3

SEE USC, PAGE B3

Gamecock QB Shaw out at least 2 weeks BY WILLIE T. SMITH III Greenville Online ORLANDO, Fla. — South Carolina lost quarterback Connor Shaw during its first possession of Saturday’s game against Central Florida. Running down the field, Shaw was tackled after fumbling. He got up clutching his right shoulder. After immediately going into the locker

room with USC team physician Dr. Jeff Guy, he briefly returned to the field before heading to the Central Florida locker room for an x-ray. He came back to the field with both his shoulder and armed wrapped. He was diagnosed with a sprained shoulder and will be out at least two weeks. “We hope we can get SEE SHAW, PAGE B3

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Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd (10) is tackled during the first half of Clemson’s 56-7 victory over Wake Forest on Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Clemson.

Wheaton’s Cannonier has best game of year against Luther College EDITOR’S NOTE: Barbara Boxleitner is a former Item assistant sports editor and college teacher. She is a Florida-based journalist and photographer who has been published in 41 newspapers, magazines and journals throughout North America. Each week she’ll provide updates on area athletes participating in college and professional sports at all levels.

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ven with a bruised shin, Wheaton College football player Wes Cannonier had his most productive effort of the season last week. The Thomas Sumter Academy graduate had a season-high six tackles, second most on the team, in a Sept. 21 win against Luther College. The sophomore safety played a lot because the starter was

not there after a relative’s death. “It was unfortunate circumstances,” Cannonier said. “I think I used the most of my opportunity. “All my CANNONIER tackles were coming up (forward) hard,” he said. “We had designed the defense so

that me and the other safety would have to read their motions. I was having to do a lot of reads the whole game.” Most of his tackles limited the opponent to short gains. A secondquarter stop held a rusher to no gain on a thirddown-and-4-yards-to-go play, forcing a punt. On a SEE BOXLEITNER, PAGE B5


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S.C. State wins MEAC opener 30-6 ORANGEBURG — Dondre LewisFreeman ran for 140 yards and one touchdown to lead South Carolina State to a 30-6 victory over Hampton in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference opener for both teams. The Bulldogs (3-2, 1-0) played without three of their top four rushers coming into the game, but still piled up 248 yards rushing, nearly 78 more than their season average (170.5 per game). Dondre Brown added 86 yards rushing and two touchdowns in the win. COASTAL CAROLINA ELON

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Georgia running back Todd Gurley (3) tries to shake LSU linebacker Kwon Alexander, rear, and another defender during the Bulldogs’ 44-41 victory on Saturday in Athens, Ga.

Bulldogs nip Tigers 44-41 ATHENS, Ga. — Aaron Murray threw four touchdown passes, including a 25-yarder to Justin ScottWesley with 1:47 remaining, and No. 9 Georgia rallied to beat No. 6 LSU 44-41 in a thrilling game between Southeastern Conference powerhouses Saturday. The Bulldogs (3-1, 2-0 SEC) completed their opening-month run through a gauntlet of top 10 teams with a victory that propelled them back into the thick of the national championship race. LSU (4-1, 1-1) got a career-best 372 yards passing from former Georgia quarterback Zach Mettenberger in his return to Athens, and the Tigers went ahead 41-37 on Jeremy Hill’s 8-yard touchdown run with 4:14 to go. But that was plenty of time for Murray and the high-powered Bull-

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dogs on a day when neither defense had much success. He completed three straight passes to quickly move the Bulldogs into LSU territory, and freshman J.J. Green broke off an 18-yard run to the Tigers 25. Then it was Scott-Wesley, breaking wide open behind the secondary to haul in a pass and tiptoe just inside the pylon for the winning score. Murray ran for Georgia’s other touchdown on a sneak and finished with 298 yards passing in Georgia’s second victory over a top 10 team after a season-opening loss to Clemson. TENNESSEE SOUTH ALABAMA

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Brian Randolph made a game-clinching, fourth-and-goal interception in the

end zone with 1:51 remaining as Tennessee squandered most of a 24-point lead before hanging on for a 31-24 victory over South Alabama. South Alabama (2-2) had firstand-goal at the 7 in the closing minutes but was unable to get the tying touchdown. Facing fourthand-goal from the 8, South Alabama quarterback Ross Metheny was hit by Corey Vereen while releasing the pass that Randolph intercepted. Tennessee’s Rajion Neal rushed for a career-high 169 yards on 25 carries. Neal’s 11-yard touchdown run gave Tennessee (3-2) a 31-7 lead early in the third quarter. From wire reports

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Seminoles outlast Eagles 48-34 BOSTON — Jameis Winston threw for four touchdowns, including a 55-yard Hail Mary as time expired in the first half to help No. 8 Florida State rally from a slow start and beat Boston College 48-34 on Saturday. Winston had first-half touchdown passes of 56 and 10 yards to tie the game after BC opened a 17-3 lead. The desperation heave to Kenny Shaw made it 24-17, then Winston added a fourth TD pass in the second half as the Seminoles (4-0, 2-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) pulled away. (15) MIAMI SOUTH FLORIDA

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TAMPA, Fla. — Stephen Morris threw for two touchdowns before limping off with an ankle injury and Duke Johnson scored a TD in his eighth consecutive game, helping No. 15 Miami roll past South Florida 49-21. N.C. STATE CENTRAL MICHIGAN

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ELON, N.C. — Lorenzo Taliaferro ran for a career-best 205 yards and three touchdowns to lead Coastal Carolina to a 53-28 win over Elon on Saturday. Coastal Carolina set a school record for total yards with 652 and the Chanticleers scored 21 unanswered points in the second half. Alex Ross added 297 yards passing and threw three touchdowns each to different receivers for Coastal Carolina. The Chanticleers have scored 50-plus points three straight games and five of their last ten. CHARLESTON SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN ST.

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BOONE, N.C. — Christian Reyes rushed for a season-high 167 yards and a touchdown as Charleston Southern edged Appalachian State 27-24 on Saturday. The Buccaneers (5-0) found their first lead of the game with a third-quarter field goal before the Mountaineers responded with a 65-yard touchdown pass from Kameron Bryant to Marcus Cox, giving Appalachian State a 24-20 lead. Cox also rushed for two touchdowns to lead the Appalachian State offense. CHARLOTTE PRESBYTERIAN

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CLINTON — Matt Johnson threw for three touchdowns and Kaliff Phillips ran for two more as Charlotte dominated Presbyterian in a 45-21 win on Saturday. Presbyterian (1-3, 1-0 Big South) led 14-7 at the end of the first quarter, but after Phillips tied the game on a 1-yard run early in the second quarter, Charlotte never looked back. Dominating on the ground, the 49ers (3-2) scored 31 points before the Blue Hose, playing for pride, could score again. From staff reports

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Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston (5) is tackled by Boston College linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis (24) and defensive end Kasim Edebali, far right, during the second half of the Seminoles’ 48-34 victory on Saturday at Alumni Stadium in Boston.

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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Shane Carden threw three touchdown passes and

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PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh turned a pair of early Virginia turnovers into touchdowns and the Panther defense did the rest in a 14-3 victory.

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DURHAM, N.C. — Brandon Connette threw three touchdowns passes and ran for two more to lead Duke to a 38-31 win over Troy on Saturday. From wire reports

STATE Saturday (3) Clemson 56, Wake Forest 7 (12) South Carolina 28, Central Florida 25 Furman 24, Citadel 17 Coastal Carolina 53, Elon 28 Charlotte 45, Presbyterian 21 Charleston Southern 27, Appalachian State 24 South Carolina State 30, Hampton 6 Fort Valley State 35, Benedict 30 North Greenville 41, Brevard 28 Newberry 24, Mars Hill 10 ACC Thursday Virginia Tech 17, Georgia Tech 10 Saturday (8) Florida State 48, Boston College 34 (15) Miami 49, South Florida 21 Pittsburgh 14, Virginia 3 East Carolina 55, North Carolina 31 Duke 38, Troy 31 North Carolina State 48, Central Michigan 14 SEC Saturday (1) Alabama vs. (21) Mississippi (late) (9) Georgia 44, (6) LSU 41 Tennessee 31, South Alabama 24 (10) Texas A&M at Arkansas (late) (20) Florida at Kentucky (late) UAB at Vanderbilt (late) Arkansas State at Missouri (late) TOP 25 Saturday (2) Oregon vs. California (late) (4) Ohio State vs. (23) Wisconsin (late) (5) Stanford at Washington State (late) West Virginia 30, (11) Oklahoma State 21 (14) Oklahoma 35, (22) Notre Dame 21 (16) Washington vs. Arizona (late) (25) Fresno State at Hawaii (late)

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Mountaineers upset No. 11 Oklahoma State 30-21 MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Clint Trickett threw a touchdown pass in his first start at West Virginia, Ishmael Banks returned an interception for a touchdown and the Mountaineers shocked No. 11 Oklahoma State 30-21 on Saturday. Josh Lambert kicked

three field goals for West Virginia (3-2, 1-1 Big 12), which rebounded

from its first shutout loss in 11 years to outlast the mistake-prone Cowboys. Trickett became West Virginia’s third starting quarterback after Ford Childress was injured last week. He finished 24 of 50 for 309 yards. But after taking a

24-14 halftime lead, WVU was held out of the end zone in the second half and relied on its defense to slow down J.W. Walsh. Walsh threw three touchdown passes but was intercepted twice. (14) OKLAHOMA (22) NOTRE DAME

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Blake Bell threw a 54yard touchdown pass to Sterling Shepard in the fourth quarter and No. 14 Oklahoma beat No. 22 Notre Dame 35-21. The Sooners had three interceptions that led to TDs, including a 24-yard score by linebacker Corey Nelson.

Damien Williams added an 11-yard TD run after an interception by linebacker Frank Shannon and Bell threw a 26-yard TD pass to Lacoltan Bester after an interception by cornerback Julian Wilson. From wire reports


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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2013

Clemson D shines on ‘Money Down’ BY MANDRALLIUS ROBINSON Greenville News CLEMSON — Clemson is reaping huge returns on its investment into “The Money Down.” During its 56-7 win over Wake Forest on Saturday, Clemson allowed the Demon Deacons to convert merely two of 14 third-down attempts. Through the last two games, Clemson’s opponents have converted only five of 30 third-down plays, a rate of 16.7 percent. Clemson forced Wake into a three-and-out on five of its 15 possessions. “You’ve got to get off the field. That’s a huge part of the game we invest a great deal in every week,” said Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables. “Third down, that’s a wide range. You’ve got third and short. You’ve got third and medium. You’ve got third

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Wake Forest quarterback Tanner Price (10) is pressured by Clemson linebacker Stephone Anthony (42) during the first half of the Tigers’ 56-7 victory on Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Clemson.

and long, and you’ve got third and extra long. “I’ve been really pleased with our preparation through the course of the week, all the way up to gametime. We’re really understanding situations better, and really playing at a high level of intelli-

TIGERS from Page B1 against South Carolina State. Then he looked out of sync in Clemson’s previous game, a 26-14 win at North Carolina State. Morris thought Boyd was putting too much pressure on himself, and the quarterback said he just needed to relax to improve his play. “The biggest thing for me is just to go out and enjoy,’’ playing football, Boyd said. “I’ve pretty much accomplished everything you can accomplish in a college career, minus a couple of things. But, now I’ve got to enjoy this last goround with my guys.’’ Boyd’s performance against Wake Forest left him at 102 TDs in college, joining former North Carolina State star Phillip Rivers in the ACC’s century club. Boyd passed for 311 yards and ran for 69 to surpass Charlie Whitehurst as Clemson’s total offense leader. Morris worked hard to get Clemson’s high-speed offense back on track. “This has been a very challenging week for those guys,’’ Morris said. “Just to get into a rhythm, get into a groove and not press.’’ Boyd and the Tigers started fast against Wake Forest (2-3, 0-2). Boyd had touchdown throws of 64 yards to Sammy Watkins, 75 yards to D.J. Howard and 14 yards to Mike Williams as Clemson built a 35-7 halftime lead. Clemson’s single-game scoring record came in an 82-24 win over Wake Forest during the Tigers’ national championship season in 1981 — and they looked as if they planned to better that mark early on in this one. Clemson scored on its first

gence is a big part of that.” Clemson limited Wake to 222 yards of offense, 117 yards below the Demon Deacons’ average entering the game. Wake Forest managed merely 1.9 yards per rush. Clemson surrendered only seven points, the

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Clem 27 47-166 407 28-36-0 31 5-43.2 3-0 4-40 30:17

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING_Wake Forest, Cameron 6-21, Armstrong 3-18, Martin 4-18, J.Harris 4-7, P.Thompson 1-5, Wilhite 5-1, Price 8-(minus 10). Clemson, Boyd 17-69, Howard 7-34, Davidson 9-25, Brooks 5-24, McDowell 3-10, Kelly 2-3, H.Williams 2-2, Stoudt 1-0, Team 1-(minus 1). PASSING_Wake Forest, Price 14-22-0-125, P.Thompson 3-4-1-15, Cameron 2-4-0-22. Clemson, Boyd 17-24-0-311, Stoudt 10-11-0-90, Kelly 1-1-0-6. RECEIVING_Wake Forest, Campanaro 7-75, J.Harris 4-31, Martin 2-5, Wilhite 1-14, Ragland 1-10, Armstrong 1-9, Tyr.Harris 1-7, Garside 1-6, Crump 1-5. Clemson, S.Watkins 6-113, Humphries 5-67, Leggett 3-38, Rodriguez 3-10, Howard 2-86, Bryant 2-29, Hopper 2-18, Seckinger 1-16, M.Williams 1-14, Brooks 1-6, Forbush 1-6, Green 1-4.

three possessions, with Boyd ending his mini-slump along the way. He connected with favorite target Watkins to get the scoring started. Zac Brooks added a 10-yard touchdown run before Howard turned a simple swing pass into a second long scoring play that brought Boyd to the century mark. Rivers accounted for 112 touchdowns with the Wolfpack from 2000-03. Wake Forest’s defense then stepped up, with nose guard Nikita Whitlock sacking Boyd to stall one series and the Demon Deacons sending the Tigers off the field for three straight three-and-outs.

SHAW from Page B1 him back in a couple weeks,” said Spurrier. Dylan Thompson is expected to start against Kentucky on Saturday. He completed 15 of 32 passes for 261 yards, while rushing for a touchdown and being intercepted once in the Gamecocks 28-25 win over UCF. Running back Brandon Wilds was also lost when he injured his left elbow while fumbling in the second half. • Sophomore wide receiver Shaq Roland did not travel with the team due to a violation of athletics department policy. USC coach Steve Spurrier did not address the situation prior to the game, but did following it. “It will be up to athletics director Ray Tanner and the athletics department when he can come back,” said Spurrier. “I can say it was not drug related, though.” • Senior cornerback Jimmy Legree picked up his second interception in as many weeks. It was one of two interceptions the Gamecocks had against Central Florida quarterback Blake Bartles who entered the contest with none. • Safety Brison Williams was called for a 15-yard targeting penalty in the first half, which briefly led to his ejection. Following a review of the play he

fewest it has allowed in an Atlantic Coast Conference game since its 23-3 victory at Virginia Tech on Oct. 1, 2011. Clemson has allowed merely 34 points through its last three games. For the first time since 2008, Clemson has allowed fewer than 15 points in three consecutive games. “Our defense has improved greatly,” Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said. “They are playing sound, fundamental football. Our defense is giving our offense the ball. They’re doing a tremendous job. Hats off to them.” Expect the defense’s confidence to grow through the next two weeks. Neither of Clemson’s next two opponents, Syracuse and Boston College, entered the weekend ranked higher than 60th in the Football Bowl Subdivision in total offense.

But Boyd eventually cranked up the Tigers’ offense once again. He ended a 67-yard drive with a 2-yard TD run, powering through the line when he was initially stopped on a fourth-and-short leap. Boyd’s final touchdown pass went to freshman Williams, a sliding 14-yard grab that gave Clemson a 35-7 lead. Williams was in because starter Martavis Bryant was held out the opening half after he made a throat-slash gesture when he scored at North Carolina State on Sept. 19. The Tigers outgained Wake Forest 361-142 over the first 30 minutes. The Demon Deacons’ lone score came on Tanner Price’s 10-yard pass to Sherman Ragland III in the opening period. Price had Wake Forest on the move on its next series until he fumbled on third down at the Clemson 32. The Tigers pulled away from there. “They ran a lot of blitzes on defenses that made it tough for us to run a lot of offensive stuff,’’ Price said. “We’ve got to make some more plays.’’ Things didn’t get much better for Wake Forest in the second half. Boyd was back for Clemson’s first series and directed a 10-play, 46-yard drive that finished with tailback C.J. Davidson’s first career score. Boyd was off to the sideline after that, smiling and enjoying watching the backups play. The Demon Deacons managed just 80 yards in the second half. Coach Jim Grobe put freshman Tyler Cameron and little-used junior Patrick Thompson in at quarterback for Price. Clemson starting tailback Rod McDowell had just three carries before leaving with an ankle problem. He did not return, although Morris said he could have if the Tigers needed him to play.

was quickly put back in the game as he the hit was below the shoulder of the receiver. “It’s tough because you don’t know what to do,” said Hampton. “You make a good play and you still get penalized. Even if they review it and put you back in the game, the penalty stands.” “Brison did everything he was taught on the play,” said USC defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward. “I think it is a rule that will have to be looked at after the season.”

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USC from Page B1 Davis said. “I didn’t have any frustrations at all. I believe in our team and we all consider ourselves as brothers so we always believe in each other...We stuck to the same things that we do. If one person goes down, the other person has to step up.’’ When South Carolina started the third quarter, it was Davis time. He had 150 yards rushing in the second half and said, he embraced having his number called down the stretch. Early in the game, it was the Knights who were sharp, but they failed to convert all but one of the Gamecocks’ miscues into points. UCF managed to withstand Davis’ onslaught, but rallied late. But the Knights had four turnovers of their own, two of which set up South Carolina scores. “I can’t say it got away,’’ Knights coach George O’Leary said. “We have a lot of young kids and we can’t sustain on turnovers and short fields...When you have a chance to make plays you have to make them and we didn’t make enough plays in the second half.’’ Knights’ quarterback Blake Bortles threw for 358 yards and two touchdown passes, but also had two interceptions and a fumble. Junior Dylan Thompson, who replaced an injured Connor Shaw, completed some early throws but had several potential big-play passes dropped by receivers. He finished the game 15 of 32 for 261 yards and an interception. Both Thompson and the Gamecocks’ offense settled down in the third quarter, relying on their rushing attack to take control of the game. “Somebody on top is looking out for our team right now because our mental decisions that we were making, we easily could have lost,’’ Spurrier said. Even when it looked like South Carolina had taken control of the game, UCF (3-1) — playing in front of its first sellout crowd since 2011 — never stopped competing. The Knights closed to within 28-18 with 10:13 to play in the game on Bortles’ 73-yard touchdown pass to Rannell Hall and subsequent 2-point conversion. South Carolina punted on its ensuing possession, but a UCF drive that started inside the Gamecocks’ 40 ended with Bortles’ second interception of the day. But the Gamecocks couldn’t seal the win. With less than four minutes to play, the Knights fell on a fumble inside their own 5 and struck quickly with a 3-play, 95-yard drive capped by a 7-yard touchdown pass from Bortles to Hall. South Carolina recovered the ensuing onside kick and was able to run out the clock.

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING_South Carolina, Davis 26-167, Wilds 5-31, Shaw 4-30, Ellington 1-2, Carson 1-0, Thompson 6-0, Team 3-(minus 5). UCF, S.Johnson 16-64, Bortles 9-5. PASSING_South Carolina, Thompson 15-32-1-261, Shaw 1-2-0-4. UCF, Bortles 25-36-2-358, Godfrey 0-1-1-0. RECEIVING_South Carolina, Byrd 5-74, Ellington 4-88, Anderson 2-34, Davis 2-11, Adams 1-44, Owens 1-8, Jones 1-6. UCF, Hall 8-142, S.Johnson 4-41, Perriman 3-109, Godfrey 3-18, Tukes 2-21, Reese 2-9, Miller 1-9, Stanback 1-7, Worton 1-2.

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Biffle still believes he’s a contender BY DAN GELSTON The Associated Press

AAA 400 LINEUP

DOVER, Del. — Matt Kenseth has Chase perfection. Kyle Busch nailed the runner-up finishes. And no driver can touch the championship pedigree of Jimmie Johnson. Led by Kenseth, the top three drivers in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship standings have started to separate themselves from the rest of the field with eight races remaining. But is the list of contenders set? Have only three drivers out of the 13-car field really BIFFLE emerged as the favorites to win the championship? Not so fast. Carl Edwards is lurking in fourth, and Greg Biffle and Kevin Harvick have certainly stamped themselves as drivers who can win races and wrest the top spot away from Kenseth. “I can’t imagine with eight races to go that somebody would be willing to say, `Oh, this is a three-man race,’’’ Biffle said. As the Chase shifts Sunday to Dover, the field knows time is running short to widen the list of contenders. They’ll need that perfect blend of strong finishes and the hope that Kens-

After Friday qualifying; race today At Dover International Speedway Dover, Del. Lap length: 1 miles (Car number in parentheses) 1. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 161.849. 2. (20) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, 161.805. 3. (39) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 161.74. 4. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 161.609. 5. (43) Aric Almirola, Ford, 161.609. 6. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 161.594. 7. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 161.493. 8. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 161.341. 9. (78) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 161.326. 10. (56) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, 161.204. 11. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, 161.023. 12. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 160.8. 13. (42) Juan Pablo Montoya, Chevrolet, 160.736. 14. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 160.721. 15. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 160.714. 16. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 160.664. 17. (47) A J Allmendinger, Toyota, 160.65. 18. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 160.557. 19. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 160.542.

eth blows an engine or Busch and Johnson wreck. Anything that takes the top drivers out of the checkered flag chase. Kenseth, who has a serieshigh seven wins, leads Busch by 14 points and Johnson by 18. Edwards (36 back), Biffle (38), and Harvick (39) are still in the mix. Kurt Busch, Jeff Gordon, Ryan Newman, Clint Bowyer, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Joey Logano and Kasey Kahne round out the field. For some perspective, Kahne is 71 points behind Kenseth, more than a full race behind the leader. “I wouldn’t be the one putting my name on the line to say there are only three cars in this hunt right now,’’ Biffle said. “I wasn’t necessarily saying that

for the 16 team. I wasn’t making the case that it’s not a three-man race because of us. I wouldn’t count out Carl Edwards or any of those other guys that are right there in the hunt.’’ Biffle, who was third last week at New Hampshire, knows as well as any driver that a championship isn’t won in the first two races. He was the first driver in Chase history to win the first two races (2008) of the 10-race playoff and he followed with a third in Kansas. A strong showing, just not stout enough to hold off Johnson for the championship. Biffle had four finishes of 10th or worse and finished third in the final standings.

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PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Bernhard Langer birdied his first four holes and finished with a 9-under 63 to open a four-stroke lead Friday in the Champions Tour’s First Tee Open.

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First Quarter BHS – Greg Huegel 36 field goal 9:59. SHS – Erick Wright 75 interception return (Vincent Watkins, kick) 8:55. BHS – Safety 5:46. Second Quarter BHS – David Israel 12 run (Huegel, kick) 9:49. SHS – James Barnes 86 run (pass failed) 9:25. BHS – Lynard Jamison 7 run (run failed) 3:29. SHS – Justin Martin 57 pass from Barnes (pass failed) 0:54. Third Quarter BHS – Huegel 24 field goal 9:15. BHS – Javon Smith 51 pass from Israel (Huegel, kick) 8:11. Fourth Quarter BHS – Jamison 22 run (kick blocked) 1:07.

The 56-year-old German star, a two-time winner this year on the 50-and-over tour, had nine birdies in his bogey-free round at Del Monte Country Club. He had a 6-under 30 on the back nine — his opening nine. PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — Scott Gardiner of Australia had a 5-under 65 and wound up with the lead Saturday in the Web.com Tour Championship when Chesson Hadley stumbled at the end. Gardiner has played well enough in this fourtournament series that determines PGA Tour cards that he already has locked up his return to the big leagues. A win would give him top status and a spot in The Players Championship.

BHS 19 44-158 270 33-18-1 2-0 7-38.3 8-71

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DOVER, Del. — His chase for a Cup championship all but over, Joey Logano turned his pursuit toward Dover history. Logano dominated at Dover International Speedway once more and took the checkered flag in the track’s Nationwide Series race for the fourth straight time. Logano became the first driver to win four straight races at Dover in NASCAR’s second-tier series. LOGANO He pulled away in the No. 22 Ford down the stretch Saturday and was never seriously challenged for the win on the mile track.

BLYTHEWOOD 34, SUMTER 19 SHS 13 38-113 157 27/9/2 4-1 7-32.7 4-26

20. (5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 160.371. 21. (27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 160.249. 22. (55) Brian Vickers, Toyota, 160.1. 23. (15) Clint Bowyer, Toyota, 159.851. 24. (9) Marcos Ambrose, Ford, 159.645. 25. (31) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 158.779. 26. (13) Casey Mears, Ford, 158.611. 27. (34) David Ragan, Ford, 158.451. 28. (38) David Gilliland, Ford, 158.263. 29. (14) Mark Martin, Chevrolet, 157.992. 30. (93) Travis Kvapil, Toyota, 157.929. 31. (10) Danica Patrick, Chevrolet, 157.563. 32. (36) J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, 157.549. 33. (30) Cole Whitt, Toyota, 157.336. 34. (98) Michael McDowell, Ford, 156.883. 35. (95) Reed Sorenson, Ford, 156.692. 36. (51) Ryan Truex, Chevrolet, 156.644. 37. (33) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 38. (35) Josh Wise, Ford, Owner Points. 39. (83) David Reutimann, Toyota, Owner Points. 40. (7) Dave Blaney, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 41. (87) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, Owner Points. 42. (32) Timmy Hill, Ford, Owner Points. 43. (40) Tony Raines, Chevrolet, Owner Points.

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Second Quarter THA -- Seth Jones 10 pass from Davis Owens (Anthony Sanders, kick) 0:41.7. Third Quarter TSA -- Drew Stengel 38 pass from Kevin Lewis (kick failed) 4:54. THA -- Sanders 26 pass from Owens (Sanders, kick) 2:56. THA -- Owens 42 interception return (Sanders, kick) 0:21.9. Fourth Quarter THA -- Jones 53 pass from Owens (Sanders, kick) 7:23. THA -- Zach Belger 28 interception return (Sanders, kick) 6:15 THA -- Collin Roach 4 run (Sanders, kick) 5:06.

FRIDAY’S STATE PREP FOOTBALL SCORES A.C. Flora 24, Airport 10 Abbeville 34, Clinton 12 Allendale-Fairfax 50, Denmark-Olar 6 Andrews 26, R.B. Stall 21 Ashley Ridge 27, Cane Bay 20 Augusta Christian 21, Pinewood Prep 6 Aynor 52, Hannah-Pamplico 13 Batesburg-Leesville 56, Gilbert 28 Beaufort 49, Carolina Forest 35 Belton-Honea Path 64, Walhalla 0 Ben Lippen 29, Laurence Manning Academy 23 Berkeley 31, Timberland 12 Blackville-Hilda 35, North 14 Blue Ridge 43, Berea 15 Blythewood 34, Sumter 19 Branchville 37, Lincoln 6 Buford 10, Great Falls 6 Camden 48, Lakewood 20 Carolina Academy 44, Clarendon Hall Academy 22 Carvers Bay 39, St. James 6 Central 21, Lee Central 0 Chapin 25, Mid-Carolina 0 Chapman 28, Saluda 24 Charleston Collegiate 50, Beaufort Academy 36 Chesnee 47, Carolina High and Academy 14 Christ Church Episcopal 62, Calhoun Falls 6 Crescent 44, Powdersville 42, OT

Crestwood 41, Lake City 13 Cross 29, Lake Marion 27 D.W. Daniel 63, Palmetto 0 Dillon Christian 46, King’s Academy 7 Dixie 46, Whitmire 0 Dorchester Academy 18, Calhoun Academy 12 East Clarendon 42, Creek Bridge 6 Emerald 42, West Oak 10 Estill 40, Whale Branch 0 Fairfield Central 41, Cheraw 6 Florence Christian 35, Williamsburg Academy 13 Fort Dorchester 41, Wando 13 Francis Hugh Wardlaw Academy 52, Andrew Jackson Academy 0 Gaffney 37, Dorman 34 Garrett Academy of Technology 53, Burke 6 Goose Creek 35, Dutch Fork 21 Greenville 28, Southside 20 Greer 42, Travelers Rest 3 Hammond 35, Cardinal Newman 13 Hanahan 56, Wade Hampton (H) 16 Hemingway 43, Marion 24 Hillcrest 22, Greenwood 14 Hilton Head 33, Bluffton 32 Hunter-Kinard-Tyler 36, Calhoun County 20 Irmo 37, Aiken 23 James F. Byrnes 63, Boiling Springs 34 James Island Christian 58, Cathedral Academy 24

Johnsonville 63, C.E. Murray 32 Lake View 30, Military Magnet Academy 12 Lamar 49, Chesterfield 44 Landrum 38, Liberty 33 Laurens 34, Easley 16 Lewisville 38, Eau Claire 12 Lexington 34, Cooper City, Fla. 27 Loris 18, Georgetown 14 Marlboro County 27, Dillon 6 Mauldin 48, Wade Hampton (G) 23 McBee 28, Indian Land 21 Midland Valley 35, Baptist Hill 0 Myrtle Beach 31, Conway 7 Nation Ford 28, Clover 12 Ninety Six 38, Woodruff 35 North Augusta 27, Strom Thurmond 20 North Central 20, Andrew Jackson 19 North Myrtle Beach 42, Green Sea Floyds 7 Northwestern 34, Lancaster 0 Northwood Academy 41, Hilton Head Prep 17 Orangeburg Prep 22, Heathwood Hall 14 Orangeburg-Wilkinson 28, Richland Northeast 21 Palmetto Christian Academy 46, Colleton Prep 28 Patrick Henry Academy 22, Summerville Faith Christian 20 Pee Dee Academy 56, Jefferson Davis Academy 24 Pendleton 55, Blacksburg 14 Pickens 45, Eastside 7

Richard Winn Academy 54, Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach 20 Ridge Christian 54, Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach 30 Ridgeland-Hardeeville 28, Battery Creek 26 South Pointe 52, Fort Mill 14 Spartanburg 48, Riverside 0 Spartanburg Christian 40, Robert E. Lee Academy 26 Spring Valley 28, South Aiken 16 St. John’s 53, Scott’s Branch 13 St. Joseph 49, McCormick 0 Stratford 43, Colleton County 0 Summerville 35, West Ashley 14 Swansea 44, Barnwell 14 T.L. Hanna 49, J.L. Mann 35 Thomas Heyward Academy 42, Thomas Sumter Academy 6 Union County 35, Newberry 17 W. Wyman King Academy 38, Greenwood Christian 16 Waccamaw 27, Timmonsville 6 Ware Shoals 52, Southside Christian 14 West Florence 44, Wilson 20 Westwood 32, Ridge View 14 White Knoll 24, Lugoff-Elgin 20 Williston-Elko 62, Wagener-Salley 40 Wilson Hall 49, Porter-Gaud 0 Woodland 62, Academic Magnet 7 Woodmont 17, Westside 12 Wren 43, Seneca 24 York Comprehensive 50, Rock Hill 26

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SPORTS

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2013

Bucs to host NL Wild Card CINCINNATI — The postseason will start at PNC Park. Neil Walker hit two of Pittsburgh’s six homers — its biggest power surge in six years — and the Pirates clinched home-field advantage for the NL’s WALKER wild card playoff game by beat the Cincinnati Reds 8-3 Saturday. Pittsburgh will host the Reds on Tuesday night in the Pirates’ first playoff appearance in 21 years. They went 50-31 at PNC Park, the third-best home record in the NL. PHILLIES BRAVES

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ATLANTA — Chris Johnson made a headfirst dive into first base but was thrown out to end the game, then argued in the dugout with Atlanta coach Terry Pendleton after the Braves lost to Philadelphia 5-4. The loss dropped Atlanta one game behind St. Louis for the best record in the National League. CARDINALS CUBS

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ST. LOUIS — Adam Wainwright earned his

MLB ROUNDUP 19th victory and Matt Holliday homered again as St. Louis beat the Chicago Cubs 6-2. BREWERS METS

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NEW YORK — Carlos Gomez homered and had four hits, including a tiebreaking single in the 10th inning that sent Milwaukee to a 4-2 victory over the New York Mets. PADRES GIANTS

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SAN FRANCISCO — Jesus Guzman, Chris Denorfia and Jedd Gyorko each homered and drove in two runs and San Diego beat San Francisco 9-3. AMERICAN LEAGUE INDIANS TWINS

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MINNEAPOLIS — The Cleveland Indians moved into the AL wild-card lead on the next-to-last scheduled day of the regular season, beating the Minnesota Twins 5-1 Saturday behind Scott Kazmir’s strong start to extend their winning streak to nine. Seeking their first postseason appearance since 2007, the Indians (91-70) took a 1-game lead over Tampa Bay and Texas (both 90-71).

AREA ROUNDUP

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TORONTO — The Tampa Bay Rays dropped into a tie with Texas for the second AL wild-card berth, losing to Toronto 7-2 Saturday as Ryan Goins and Kevin Pillar hit 2-run home runs for the Blue Jays and J.A. Happ won for the first time in four starts. RANGERS ANGELS

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ARLINGTON, Texas — Craig Gentry doubled, scored and bunted in a run, helping Texas beat the sloppy Los Angeles Angels 7-4 and reach the final day of the regular season with a chance to make the playoffs. MARINERS ATHLETICS

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SEATTLE — Brad Miller hit a pair of home runs, including his first grand slam, and Seattle beat Oakland 7-5 in a game that decided division-series matchups in the American League. Boston clinched home-field advantage throughout the postseason with Oakland’s loss. From wire reports

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Saints fall to Carolina Academy 44-22 LAKE CITY — Clarendon Hall’s varsity football team fell to 2-3 overall and 1-3 in region play with Friday’s 44-22 loss to Carolina Academy. Seven turnovers including four interceptions and three fumbles hurt the Saints’ chances. The Bobcats took advantage by scoring touchdowns after four of the seven turnovers. Defensively CH allowed 289 total yards including five passing TDs on 119 yards and 170 rushing yards and one score. Kee Evans led the Saints owith 12 tackles while Wes Keller

added 10. Mac Davis had nine tackles while Matthew Corbett contributed eight. Gavin Allan recovered a fumble and returned it for a touchdown. Wes Keller had an interception. Offensively, Tilton McCrea rushed 18 times for 83 yards and a touchdown. Daniel Pappas contributed 77 yards rushing on 19 carries including a TD and two 2-point conversions. Dustin Way led the Saints rushing attack with 94 yards on seven carries. The Saints next will be at Jefferson Davis on Friday.

BOXLEITNER from Page B1 third-and-5 in the third quarter, he made a tackle for a loss of two yards. “I just got the quarterback before he even saw me,” he said. Cannonier was happiest with his play during the first half, when Wheaton (3-0) moved ahead 31-0. “In the second half we were up by a lot, which

kind of made me lackadaisical,” he said. “I bruised my shin in the first half. I was trying to preserve myself, not trying to run everywhere if I didn’t have to. But it actually cut into my playing time.” He said he suffered the injury when a teammate ran into him and clipped his shin. “It’s a nice big

SUMTER HALL from Page B1 coach for a minimum of 10 years. For anyone who was nominated in 2009 or before and were not selected, nominations are asked to be resubmitted for consideration for this class. For those wishing to nominate someone, the nominations can be sent to the Sumter Sports Hall of Fame Selection Committee at either P.O. Box 2229, Sumter, 29151, or c/o The Item, 20 North Magnolia Street, Sumter, 29151. Past inductees to the Sumter Sports Hall of Fame are: W.E. (Will) Bynum III, Jack Chandler, Helen J. Carroll, Thomas A. (Bucko) Edens, Ralph (Buck) Flowers, Thomas P. Hughes, David F. McInnis, Bob Montgomery, Bobby Richardson, Dr. H.T. Stoddard Sr., W. Burke Watson Sr., Loring K. Baker, E. Frank Bostic, Edwin C. Cuttino, Robert Hirshberg, D. Bernard (Skeet) James, Joe C. Kirven, Dr. Edmund M. McDonald Sr., Wyman Taylor, E.M. Watt Jr., Robert Baker, Dr. Jack Chandler Jr., Charles Richard (Dick) Harvin, W. Bernard Jones, Richard Furman Wright, J.T. McCain, E.W. (Woody) Lucas, Archie Reese, Freddie Solomon, Jimmy Lowder, Charlie Baker, Charles (Chuck) Hodgin Jr., Matthew O. Ramsey, Dr. Michael S. Towery, James

bump on my shin,” said Cannonier, who has been treating the injury. “If nothing hits me, I’m fine. If I jump up high and land, the shock kind of hurts.” Wheaton had a bye this week, so he said, “It’s good for me to get healthy.” Send updates about area athletes to Barbara Boxleitner at BKLE3@aol.com.

M. Trembley, C.A. Wilson, L.F. Scott, Ellie Durant Brunson, Iris Hill Edens, Robert Epps, Marvin Montgomery, Arthur M. Abbott, Thomas A. Edens, Dr. Harry T. (Doc) Harvin, John H. Haynsworth Jr., Annette Roddey, Roy Skinner, George Russell Sutton, Johnnie E. Sweatte, Jimmy Eaves, Austin Francis, Steve Satterfield, Bennie Skinner, Hugh Betchman, Art Baker, Bill Noonan, O.V. Player, Alwin (Buck) Burns, Charles Vernon (Bit) Wilder, Jack Brunson, H.N. (Hutch) Hutchinson, Leonard Humphries, Cale Yarborough, Frances Burns Hogan, H.C. Pritchard Sr., Ralph Homes (Hank) Wilson, George Calhoun Aycock Sr., James Pitts Delorme, Wilbert Singleton, Leighton Cubbage, Coley White, Wallie Jones, Joe Cannarella, Bobby Jordan, Norman Greene, Bobby Matthews, Kirby Jackson, Louis Folley, Ray Peebles, Brent Elmore, Wayne Mass, Dr. Charles H. Andrews, Robert A. (Bobby) Mood, William Rutledge Dingle, Harry L. (Sammy) Way, Theron Cook, Dexter Davis, Donna Bisom, Ladson Cubbage, Stephen Duggan, H.C. “Curt” Edens, Nicole Gamble, Jimmy Hatfield, Allen Johnson, Reggie Pleasant, Bob Sharp, Tim Jones, Harry Stokes, Kenny Franklin, Jamacia Jackson, Clifford “Pat” Crawford, Carl Baker, Robert Bradley Sr., Ed Garris, Wayne Morris, Gary Nelson, John Quackenbusch. B.J. Reed, Wally Richardson, Frank Singleton, James Smith, Ernest Stroman, Luther Welsh.

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SCOREBOARD TV, RADIO TODAY 8 a.m. -- Professional Gof: European PGA Tour Alfred Dunhill Links Championship Final Round from St. Andrews, Scotland, and Carnoustie, Scotland (GOLF). 8 a.m. -- College Football Hampton at South Carolina State (ESPNU). 8:25 a.m. -- International Soccer: English Premier League Match -- Norwich vs. Stoke (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 10:55 a.m. -- International Soccer; English Premier League Match -- Liverpool vs. Sunderland (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 1 p.m. -- NFL Football: Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota from London (WLTX 19). 1 p.m. -- NFL Football: Seattle at Houston (WACH 57). 1 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (TBS). 1:30 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Philadelphia at Atlanta (FOX SPORTSOUTH, WPUB-FM 102.7). 2 p.m. -- NASCAR Racing: Sprint Cup Series AAA 400 from Dover, Del. (ESPN, WEGX-FM 92.9). 2 p.m. -- Women’s College Soccer: Florida at Missouri (ESPNU). 2 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Kansas City at Chicago White Sox (WGN). 3 p.m. -- WNBA Basketball: Eastern Conference Playoffs Final Series Game Two -- Atlanta at Indiana (ESPN2). 3 p.m. -- Professional Golf: Web.com Tour Championship Final Round from Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. (GOLF). 3:30 p.m. -- Major League Soccer: Los Angeles at Portland (WIS 10). 4 p.m. -- Women’s College Soccer: Florida Gulf Coast at Princeton (ESPNU). 4:25 p.m. -- NFL Football: Philadelphia at Denver (WACH 57). 3 p.m. -- WNBA Basketball: Western Conference Playoffs Final Series Game Two -- Minnesota at Phoenix (ESPN2). 7 p.m. -- Senior PGA Golf: Champions Tour Nature Valley First Tee Open Final Round from Pebble Beach, Calif. (GOLF). 8:20 p.m. -- NFL Football: New England at Atlanta (WIS 10). 9 p.m. -- Major League Soccer: New York at Seattle (ESPN). MONDAY 2:45 p.m. -- International Soccer: English Premier League Match -- Newcastle vs. Everton (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 6:05 p.m. -- Talk Show: Sports Talk (WPUB-FM 102.7, WDXYFM 105.9, WDXY-AM 1240). 8:25 p.m. -- NFL Football: Miami at New Orleans (ESPN). 9 p.m. -- Professional Boxing: Sadam Ali vs. Jay Krupp in a Welterweight Bout from Brooklyn, N.Y. (FOX SPORTS 1).

PREP SCHEDULE MONDAY Varsity Girls Tennis Hanahan at Manning, 4:30 p.m. Marlboro Academy at Robert E. Lee, 4 p.m. Varsity Volleyball Wilson, Lakewood at Sumter, 5:30 p.m. Lee Central at Kingstree, 6:30 p.m. Holly Hill at Laurence Manning, 5 p.m. Junior Varsity Volleyball Wilson, Lakewood at Sumter, 5:30 p.m. Holly Hill at Laurence Manning, 4 p.m. B Team Volleyball Robert E. Lee at Hammond, 4:30 p.m. TUESDAY Varsity Cross Country South Flrence, Manning at Sumter, 5:30 p.m. Middle School Football Scott’s Branch at Howard, 6 p.m. Varsity Girls Golf Wilson Hall vs. Hilton Head Christian (at Santee National Golf Club), 4 p.m. Varsity Girls Tennis Sumter at South Florence, 5 p.m. Wilson Hall at Florence Christian, 4 p.m. Laurence Manning at Orangeburg Prep, 4 p.m. Trinity-Byrnes at Thomas Sumter (at Palmetto Tennis Center), 4 p.m. Varsity Volleyball Sumter at South Florence, 6:45 p.m. Hartsville at Lakewood, 6:45 p.m. C.E. Murray at East Clarendon, 6 p.m. Florence Christian at Wilson Hall, 5:15 p.m. Orangeburg Prep at Laurence Manning, 5 p.m. Palmetto Christian at Thomas Sumter, 5 p.m. Robert E. Lee at Dillon Christian, 5 p.m. St. Francis Xavier at Clarendon Hall, 5 p.m, Sumter Christian at Grace Christian, 5 p.m. Junior Varsity Volleyball Sumter at South Florence, 5:30 p.m. Hartsville at Lakewood, 5:30 p.m. Florence Christian at Wilson Hall, 4 p.m. Orangeburg Prep at Laurence Manning, 4 p.m. Palmetto Christian at Thomas Sumter, 4 p.m. Robert E. Lee at Dillon Christian, 4 p.m. Sumter Christian at Grace Christian, 4 p.m.

MLB STANDINGS American League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB x-Boston 97 63 .606 – Tampa Bay 90 71 .559 71/2 Baltimore 83 77 .519 14 New York 83 77 .519 14 Toronto 74 87 .460 231/2 Central Division W L Pct GB x-Detroit 93 67 .581 – Cleveland 91 70 .565 21/2 Kansas City 85 75 .531 8 Minnesota 66 95 .410 271/2 Chicago 62 98 .388 31 West Division W L Pct GB x-Oakland 95 66 .590 – Texas 90 71 .559 5 Los Angeles 78 83 .484 17 Seattle 71 90 .441 24 Houston 51 109 .319 431/2 x-clinched division Friday’s Games Boston 12, Baltimore 3 Toronto 6, Tampa Bay 3 Miami 3, Detroit 2 Texas 5, L.A. Angels 3 Cleveland 12, Minnesota 6 Kansas City 6, Chicago White Sox 1 N.Y. Yankees 3, Houston 2 Oakland 8, Seattle 2 Saturday’s Games Texas 7, L.A. Angels 4 Cleveland 5, Minnesota 1 Toronto 7, Tampa Bay 2 Seattle 7, Oakland 5 Boston at Baltimore, 7:05 p.m. Detroit at Miami, 7:10 p.m. Kansas City at Chicago White Sox, 7:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Houston, 7:10 p.m. Today’s Games Tampa Bay (M.Moore 16-4) at Toronto (Redmond 4-2), 1:07 p.m. Detroit (Verlander 13-12) at Miami (H.Alvarez 4-6), 1:10 p.m. Boston (Lackey 10-13) at Baltimore (Tillman 16-7), 1:35 p.m.

| Cleveland (U.Jimenez 12-9) at Minnesota (Diamond 6-12), 2:10 p.m. Kansas City (B.Chen 8-4) at Chicago White Sox (Quintana 9-6), 2:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Huff 3-1) at Houston (Bedard 4-12), 2:10 p.m. L.A. Angels (Vargas 9-7) at Texas (Darvish 13-9), 3:05 p.m. Oakland (Gray 4-3) at Seattle (E.Ramirez 5-2), 4:10 p.m. National League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB x-Atlanta Washington New York 221/2 Philadelphia Miami

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W x-Los Angeles – Arizona 80 San Diego 76 161/2 San Francisco 171/2 Colorado 72 x-clinched division y-clinched wild card

Registration for the YMCA of Sumter Church Basketball League is under way 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 www.ymcasumter.org. OFFICIATING CLASSES

The Wateree Basketball Officials Association is holding South Carolina High School League Basketball Officials Association training classes for prospective officials on Mondays at 6:30 p.m. at the Sumter County Recreation Department located at 155 Haynsworth Street.

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Friday’s Games Miami 3, Detroit 2 Milwaukee 4, N.Y. Mets 2 Pittsburgh 4, Cincinnati 1 Atlanta 1, Philadelphia 0 St. Louis 7, Chicago Cubs 0 Washington 8, Arizona 4 L.A. Dodgers 11, Colorado 0 San Francisco 7, San Diego 3 Saturday’s Games Pittsburgh 8, Cincinnati 3 San Diego 9, San Francisco 3 Milwaukee 4, N.Y. Mets 2, 10 innings St. Louis 6, Chicago Cubs 2 Detroit at Miami, 7:10 p.m. Philadelphia at Atlanta, 7:10 p.m. Washington at Arizona, 8:10 p.m. Colorado at L.A. Dodgers, 9:10 p.m. Today’s Games Detroit (Verlander 13-12) at Miami (H.Alvarez 4-6), 1:10 p.m. Milwaukee (Estrada 7-4) at N.Y. Mets (Niese 8-8), 1:10 p.m. Pittsburgh (Cumpton 1-1) at Cincinnati (G.Reynolds 1-2), 1:10 p.m. Philadelphia (Miner 0-1) at Atlanta (Teheran 13-8), 1:35 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Samardzija 8-12) at St. Louis (Westbrook 7-8), 2:15 p.m. San Diego (T.Ross 3-8) at San Francisco (Moscoso 2-2), 4:05 p.m. Colorado (Francis 2-5) at L.A. Dodgers (Ryu 14-7), 4:10 p.m. Washington (G.Gonzalez 11-8) at Arizona (Miley 10-10), 4:10 p.m.

NFL STANDINGS By The Associated Press AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pct New England 3 0 0 1.000 Miami 3 0 0 1.000 N.Y. Jets 2 1 0 .667 Buffalo 1 2 0 .333 South W L T Pct Houston 2 1 0 .667 Indianapolis 2 1 0 .667 Tennessee 2 1 0 .667 Jacksonville 0 3 0 .000 North W L T Pct Cincinnati 2 1 0 .667 Baltimore 2 1 0 .667 Cleveland 1 2 0 .333 Pittsburgh 0 3 0 .000 West W L T Pct Denver 3 0 0 1.000 Kansas City 3 0 0 1.000 San Diego 1 2 0 .333 Oakland 1 2 0 .333 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pct Dallas 2 1 0 .667 Philadelphia 1 2 0 .333 N.Y. Giants 0 3 0 .000 Washington 0 3 0 .000 South W L T Pct New Orleans 3 0 0 1.000 Carolina 1 2 0 .333 Atlanta 1 2 0 .333 Tampa Bay 0 3 0 .000 North W L T Pct Chicago 3 0 0 1.000 Detroit 2 1 0 .667 Green Bay 1 2 0 .333 Minnesota 0 3 0 .000 West W L T Pct Seattle 3 0 0 1.000 San Francisco 2 2 0 .500 Arizona 1 2 0 .333 St. Louis 1 3 0 .250 Thursday’s Game San Francisco 35, St. Louis 11 Today’s Games N.Y. Giants at Kansas City, 1 p.m. Seattle at Houston, 1 p.m. Baltimore at Buffalo, 1 p.m. Arizona at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. Indianapolis at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. Cincinnati at Cleveland, 1 p.m. Chicago at Detroit, 1 p.m. Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota at London, 1 p.m. N.Y. Jets at Tennessee, 4:05 p.m. Washington at Oakland, 4:25 p.m. Dallas at San Diego, 4:25 p.m. Philadelphia at Denver, 4:25 p.m. New England at Atlanta, 8:30 p.m. Open: Carolina, Green Bay Monday’s Game Miami at New Orleans, 8:40 p.m.

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| 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 grandersj@aol.com. GOLF 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 www.sumtersheriff.org where online registration and payments are available or call Lt. Lee Monahan (803) 436-2161.


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AGRICULTURE THE ITEM

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2013

Surf fishing great way to unwind

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ack in late February, one of my uncles passed away and left my cousin and I as co-personal representatives of his estate. He lived in a house on Kiawah Island, and it has taken us all summer to pack up his belongings and prepare the house for sale. When you only have weekends to work on these projects, it takes awhile. The final days are drawing near and we have gotten to the end of the task of cleaning out, which, for the first time all summer long, left Cuz and I with a little time to actually enjoy the Earle beach. My lovely WOODWARD bride, Sherri, and I left Sumter Friday night, drove to the island and arrived just in time to go to bed. On Saturday, I got up around 8 a.m., grabbed my fishing rod, a small cooler, my tub of frozen shrimp and headed out the door for a short 5-minute walk to the beach. I had not done any surf fishing since I was in my early teens, but Saturday seemed like a good day to do it. The tide was high — I mean it was almost to the dunes when I laid down the cooler and began to cut up a few pieces of shrimp for bait. I waded into the surf and cast my bait into the churning waters. The beach was pretty much deserted. I looked both ways and could only find one jogger on the entire beach. You’d never, ever see that on the Grand Strand, even in the dead of winter. I had the whole place to myself.

The sun was shining and the breeze gentle, but steady. The shrimp boats were plying their trade just offshore. What an absolutely beautiful, peaceful morning. It was the kind of morning that helped you forget about all your problems. The rod tip quivered just a bit and I set the hook; the resistance was immediate. The fight was on and the fish gave quite a showing for itself. In the end, I lifted a redfish of about 13 inches from the water, unhooked it and slipped it back into the waves. Had the fish been in the “slot,” 15-23 inches, I’d have slipped him into the cooler. Redfish are hard to beat on the table, but the law is the law and he had to go back. He was still a lot of fun to catch. For the next hour or so, I caught whiting, a stingray, a juvenile pompano and another redfish. I suppose I caught a fish about every 10 minutes or so. I slipped them all back into the deep, even though some of the whiting were plenty big enough to keep. We worked ourselves silly packing up a few of the last of the household items on Saturday afternoon, which is about when Cuz arrived. Trust me, all of us slept well. On Sunday morning, it was drizzling rain, but it was coming to an end. After breakfast, Cuz and I grabbed our rods again and walked down to the beach. As good as the fishing was on Saturday, it was that bad on Sunday. Cuz and I baited the rigs with shrimp and squid, which is usually a pretty good combination, walked out into the breakers and let the lines fly.

The storms that rolled through the state on Saturday had completely reversed the current flow in the surf, and the waves were really pounding the beach. Bites were few and far between. Cuz took the first fish, a whiting too little to keep, and I took the second one, again too little to keep. Almost 30 minutes passed before either one of us caught another fish and it, too, was on the short side. We each averaged one fish per hour, but we were relaxing, enjoying the morning and getting our toes washed at the same time. All good things must come to an end, and so it was with our fishing outing. By noon, we realized that we still had a mountain of stuff to load onto the utility trailers that we were pulling behind our pickup trucks, which also were to be loaded, and stuff to go through in the office. It was time to go back to the real world and deal with it. After almost 45 years away from the surf fishing scene, I have come to realize that it is a great way to unwind for a few hours. It takes very little in the way of equipment and no boat: just a cooler, a can of bait, a few hooks and a rod. Unfortunately, the beach at Kiawah Island will no longer be available for fishing, which is sad. I’m going to have to find a place on the north end of the beach to fish, and there are a few places that I think might be OK. There’s something special about standing knee deep in the waves and feeling the fish rattle your bait, something that I think might be in my future again. I don’t think I’ll wait another 45 years to do it.

Tide Tables MONDAY, September 30 04:57 AM

TUESDAY, October 1

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THURSDAY, October 3

FRIDAY, October 4

SATURDAY, October 5

SUNDAY, October 6

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07:28 PM

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Kipper Ackerman

The Sumter Civic Dance Company performs most forms of dance, including contemporary, shown here. They’ll dance on the Patriot Hall stage at 4 p.m. Saturday.

It’s so easy ... To Fall

BY IVY MOORE ivym@theitem.com

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resh from the well received program and exhibition “Living Canvas: Art and the Body,” the Sumter County Cultural Commission revives — with some additions and alterations — Fall for the Arts. Pun intended. Executive Director Carmela Bryan and the commissioners are sure area residents will enjoy the big sampling of arts and entertainment in the cooler temperatures fall brings. That means music, dance, theater, visual arts and more both inside the Sumter County Cultural Center and out in its courtyard. “We’ve got a lot of talent in the area,” Bryan said, “and there will be non-stop entertainment” from locals starting at 5 p.m. Friday and continuing at 11 a.m. Saturday and from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday. She emphasized that the weekend of art is a collaboration between all three members of the Sumter Cultural Center at 135 Haynsworth St. “Frank McCauley, who’s chairman of the commission, SEE ARTS, PAGE C6 ITEM FILE PHOTOS

 2 p.m. Sunday – Her harp ensemble will perform in the Patriot Hall auditorium. The group plays around Sumter and at other venues in the state, where it has been very well received.  8 p.m. Friday – talented local vocalists singing Broadway tunes from classic and contemporary hit musicals. Ackerman with Anne Galloway, Michelle Blassengale, Deborah Horton and Herbert Johnson, accompanied on piano by Linda Beck, will sing solos, duets and “a couple of ensemble pieces.”  4:45 p.m. Sunday – Ackerman will accompany the Sumter Civic Chorale.

Caroline Mack

 6 p.m. Saturday, Patriot Hall – With accompanist Kay Rasmussen, the soprano will sing a variety of songs, from pop to light classical and more.

LEFT: Dancers from Miss Libby’s School of Dance will perform at 7 p.m. Friday on the Patriot Hall stage.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FRIDAY, OCT. 4 5 p.m. - Casino Club* 5:30 p.m.- Deborah Horton, accompanied by Linda Beck 6 p.m .- Andy Locklair *

7 p.m. - Miss Libby’s School of Dance 7 p.m. - Casino Club* 8 p.m. - Broadway Revue

SATURDAY, OCT. 5 4 p.m. - Kerolinea* 5 p.m.- Joe Sanford Blues* 6 p.m. - Caroline Mack, accompanied by Kay Rasmussen 6 p.m. – Allen Hinnant* 7 p.m. – Robert Gibbs* 8 p.m. - Sumter Little Theatre - Two short plays directed by Eric Bultman, SLT stage

11 a.m. - Dreamworks Dance Academy 11 a.m. - Casino Club* Noon - Special Blend* 1 p.m. - 4 Way Stop* 2 p.m. - William Gerald Jazz* 2:30 p.m. - Sumter Justified (Gospel ) 3 p.m. - Joy Ride* 4 p.m. – Sumter Civic Dance Company

Jazz guitarist Robert Gibbs will play at 7 p.m. Saturday on the outside stage at Patriot Hall.

SUNDAY, OCT. 6 2 p.m. - Harp Ensemble Concert 3 p.m. –Sumter Little Theatre - Two short plays 4 p.m. - Community Concert Band ensembles

4:45 p.m. - Sumter Civic Chorale 2-5 p.m. Interact with “Artists at work”* * denotes outside stage events; others in Patriot Hall auditorium

Silver Sounds

 4 p.m. Sunday – The flute trio of Beth Ryan, Barbara Rearden and Juanita Thompson is one of several ensembles from the Sumter Community Concert Band that will perform in Patriot Hall.

Stoddard named SHS principal; Kennedy killed by assassin

yesteryear in Sumter

75 years ago – 1938-39 for. They are now paying for Feb. 23-28 many public services and acIn and About Town — tivities of less permanent Eutaw Springs, the site of one value. of the great battles of the RevVice President Marshall olutionary War, will be one of once said that the thing the the points of interest on the country needed was a good 5 itinerary of the Santee-Coocent cigar. Just now the thing per tour, sponsored the cotton-producing from the by the Women’s South needs is a proarchives of Auxiliary of the cess, or a fashion fad, The Item that will produce cotChurch of the Holy Comforter, on ton hosiery that the Wednesday, March women will wear in 8. preference to the silk Those who apand rayon articles that preciate the library are the mode. service and wish it The election of Item Archivist continued and enHugh Stoddard as larged so as to ade- SAMMY WAY principal of the new quately occupy the consolidated high field of opportunity school for the 1939-40 should tell our members of sessions, announced by the the legislature what they school board, will unquesthink, what they want and tionably prove acceptable what they are willing to pay and popular to a majority of

the patrons of the school. The big crowd that saw the Sumter YMCA Midget basketball team roll over Wilmington, N.C., Saturday night in the finals of the Carolinas tournament was certain that it had seen the finest midget team that has ever stepped on the “Y” court. Wilmington was unable to even give the Sumter team a good workout, as the final score of 51 to 8 would indicate. The Sumter Juniors followed this up by beating the highly rated Spartanburg Juniors 27 to 13 in a hard-fought game. Hursts open new department — George H. Hurst & Sons invites the public to the formal opening of the new linoleum electrical display room Feb. 23-24. Stoddard promoted — At a meeting of the Board of Ed-

ucation of the city of Sumter and of District 34 on Monday, Hugh T. Stoddard, dean of The Boy’s High School for the last two years was elected principal of the new senior high school. Law school for blacks proposed – The Item published an article by the Spectator in which he discussed with forthright frankness his opinion relative to the matter of establishing a law department in the Negro college located in Orangeburg. Bids for bridge advertised — The state highway department has advertised for bids on the construction of the Manning Avenue overhead bridge. Bids will be opened March 14, and contracts will be let thereafter to the accepted low bidders. There are to be two contracts, one for

the substructure and the other for the superstructure. High school to add year? — The question of adding a 12th grade to the course in the Sumter High School is now open to discussion by the citizens of Sumter – especially the taxpayers. The crux of the matter just now is that of the cost. The added grade will cost at least $10,000 a year, and that means an increase in the school tax. Sports news — Marion Moise of Sumter, student at Duke University and star swimmer of the Blue Devils aquatic, set a new southern record yesterday in the 200meter breast-stroke event in the Carolinas A.A.U. swimming meet at the University of North Carolina, finishing SEE YESTERYEAR, PAGE C3


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Castine-Smith Felicia Heather Castine and Clarke Alan Smith, both of Sumter, were united in marriage at 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013, at Alice Drive Baptist Church in Sumter. The bride is the daughter of Ms. Miriam Dawn Castine of Sumter, and the granddaughter of Lynn Deal and the late Mrs. Betty Coleman Deal of Reidsville, Ga., and the late Frank Castine of Sumter. She graduated from Sumter High School and Greenville Technical College with a certificate in dental assisting. She is employed as an orthodontic assistant by Dr. Davant Orthodontics. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. MRS. CLARKE SMITH Richard Wayne Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wayne Galloway, and the grandson of Mrs. Rose Cole Smith and the late Robert Wesley Smith, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Martin Jr., all of Sumter. He graduated from Sumter High School and the University of South Carolina with a bachelor of science in business management. He is employed as a service manager by Jones Chevrolet-Cadillac. Dr. Condy Ames Richardson officiated at the ceremony. Music was provided by Kipper Edens Ackerman, harpist; and Hank Martin, soloist. Escorted by Jonathan Ryan Brown, the bride wore an ivory strapless gown featuring a sweet-

heart neckline handcrafted in lace appliqués, a fitted bodice accented with Swarovski crystals along the natural waistline, and covered buttons embellishing the back of the chapel-length train. She carried white roses, white peonies and green hydrangeas. Marjorie Wheeler Knopf served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Heather Welch Council, Allison Blackwell Cribb, Kendaley Brook Ridgeway, Cristin Cannon Russell and Mary Margaret Pierce White. Sophia Grace Roberts served as flower girl. The bridegroom’s father served as best man. Groomsmen were Thomas Gordon Manus III, Robert Bradford Scott Jr., Richard Blake Smith, Charles Timothy Rowland Jr., Richard Michaux White III, Jonathan Ryan Brown, Sean Edward Skey and Brandon Cole Wharton. Ace Callen Knopf served as ring bearer. Also participating was Meagan LaWayne Barrineau. The bride’s mother held the reception at The O’Donnell House. The bridegroom’s parents held the rehearsal party at Sunset Country Club. Following a wedding trip to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, the couple will reside in Sumter. ••• The couple is registered at Belk, www.belk.com.

Mom is proud to share story of son’s adoption

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dear abby

EAR ABBY — In response to better as friends, but when I try to leave, he cries and begs me not to the Aug. 13 letter from the adoptive mom in Indianapo- go. I’m afraid he could be suicidal, based on past reactions. lis, we, too, are sometimes quesI love him as a friend and I want tioned about our son. I don’t find it him to be with someone who can at all offensive, and I encourage her love him the way he wants to be to view it from a different perspecloved. How do I let him down easy, if tive. there is even such a thing? I’m afraid Just as mothers enjoy telling stories about their pregnancy and deliv- I might ruin his life. I guess my question is, ery, I relish talking about how when you know in your gut our son came to be part of that things won’t work out, our family. I have talked when is it OK to throw in the openly about it to strangers in towel? front of my son since he was a PERPLEXED toddler. I tell them how IN PENSACOLA amazing it is that a mother could love her child so much Abigail DEAR PERPLEXED — that she would be willing to VAN BUREN After six breakups, your longgive him to us so he could distance romance is well past have a better life than she its expiration date. When could offer. there is a lack of chemistry between By not shying away from the topic, my son has seen that his adop- a couple, it’s no one’s fault and it’s tion doesn’t make us uncomfortable, usually a deal-breaker. The problem with letting someone down the way and as a result, it’s something he is you’re trying to is that it prolongs the comfortable with. Our son is full of pain, like removing a sliver halfway, confidence because he knows how much joy he has brought to our lives. then jamming it back in because the REAL PARENT IN COLORADO person is wincing. Threats of suicide if a romance is unsuccessful are attempts to control DEAR REAL PARENT — Thank the partner who wants to leave you for writing. My office was floodthrough guilt. The time to throw in ed with comments from adoptive that towel is NOW. parents and adopted children, but not all of them were as positive as DEAR ABBY — When did it beyours. “Why do you need to know?” come acceptable to ask for a doggie was frequently cited as a way to debag after an elegant dinner in a flect unwelcome questions about friend’s home? I’m known as an exwhy the biological parents placed cellent cook. I entertained eight the child for adoption, as was, “I’ll forgive you for asking that question if guests in my home last night and served expensive meat, an accompayou forgive me for not answering.” nying salad, vegetables and a great Many also prefer to say, “That is dessert. They wanted the leftovers! I my child’s story and he’ll know it thought if they had the nerve to ask, and share it when and if he thinks it is appropriate.” My favorite was, “We they were welcome to the goodies. Would you? don’t discuss such intimacies. Have HOSTESS WITH you told your children the details of THE MOSTEST THEIR conception?” Readers, thank you all for sharing. DEAR HOSTESS — Would I what? Ask for the leftovers or give DEAR ABBY — I have been in an them? To ask for leftovers in someon-again-off-again, long-distance reone’s home is rude, and I wouldn’t lationship with a guy for a year and a do it — although some hosts do half. I have broken up with him and offer them to their guests. If you pretaken him back six times. It is always ferred to keep the leftovers for yourfor the same reason: We are not self, you should have said no -- with compatible as a romantic couple. I have explained that we would be a smile, of course.

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Players celebrate 50 years Mr. and Mrs. David Player of Sumter celebrated their 50th anniversary on Sept. 15, 2013, at Aldersgate United Methodist Church. Their three children are Troy and Kim Player of Goldsboro, N.C.; Trent and Susanne Player of Rock Hill; and Tregg and Wendy Player of Madison, Ala. The couple has six grandchildren. Mrs. Player is the former Patricia Herring of Sumter.

MR., MRS. DAVID PLAYER

NEW ARRIVAL

Elliott Tessier McKenzie Steve and Elise McKenzie of Summerton announce the birth of a daughter, Elliott Tessier McKenzie, on Aug. 17, 2013, at McLeod Regional Medical Center, Florence. Elliott weighed 7 pounds and 11 ounces. She was 21 inches long. Grandparents are Barbara McKenzie and the late Richard “Sonny Boy” McKenzie of Kingstree; Cathy Scott of Elliott; and Everett Howard of Lexington. Great-grandparents are Millie Scott and the late James “Dick” Scott of Bishopville. Mrs. McKenzie is the former Elise Howard of Bishopville.

WEDDING / ENGAGEMENT POLICY Engagement and wedding announcements of local interest are published on Sundays. The deadline is noon on the preceding Monday. Holiday deadlines vary. Engagement and wedding forms may be obtained at The Item or downloaded from The Item’s Web site at www.TheItem. com. 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 selfaddressed, stamped envelope. Photos can also be e-mailed to rhondab@theitem.com. 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.

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YESTERYEAR from Page C1 the distance in 3:11.6. Moise is a product of the Sumter “Yâ€? and starred as a member of the local team coached by Austin M. Francis. SHS cagers in Columbia — The Sumter High cagers will meet an old rival tonight in Columbia and a close battle is expected when the two teams clash on the Y. M. C. A. court at 8 o’clock. The Gamecocks have played their best ball during the latter part of the season and are hoping to get revenge for their early season loss to Columbia. The game will end the home season for the locals. They will enter the state high school tourney starting tomorrow in Columbia. Midgets undefeated — The Sumter Midgets and Juniors made a grand slam in the finals of the Carolinas YMCA basketball championship tournament held here Saturday night by winning both the Midget and Junior championships. 50 YEARS AGO – 1963 Nov. 22-27 President John F. Kennedy, 36th president of the United States, was shot to death today by a hidden assassin armed with a high-powered rifle. Kennedy lived about an hour after a sniper cut him down as his limousine left downtown Dallas. Automatically, the mantle of the presidency fell to Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, a native Texan who had been riding two cars behind the chief executive. Kennedy died at Parkland Hospital where his bullet-pierced body had been taken in a frantic but futile effort to save his life‌ An editorial — Our president is dead: “Somehow we must bring ourselves to the awful realization that this nation, esteemed throughout the world as politically and economically unmatchable, has seen its leader, in a moment of horror and unspeakable barbarity, shot to death. John Fitzgerald Kennedy’s policies and methods of leadership were not unanimously approved by many of this country’s citizens. Somehow this is all forgotten as his lifeless body lies in Washington with a cowardly assassin’s bullet lodged in its brain. At this tragic time, we are all Americans, not Republicans, not Democrats, not liberals, not conservatives. We are all saddened, sickened, ashamed, astonished by

yesterday’s tragedy. The tears wept in Dallas, in New York, in Washington, in Sumter, are the tears of Americans who love their country and their leader. Let us pray for our late president, and our new leader, Lyndon B. Johnson, who must assume the awesome responsibilities of our country’s highest office. Let us reunite and rededicate ourselves to our nation and all its glories, past, present and future. Only the history books can record adequately the mistakes and accomplishments of President Kennedy. We can only stand aside, wipe the tears from our eyes, the sorrow from our hearts, take courage and new hope and continue to build and grow and live and die in honor, freedom and steadfastness.� Mayor’s Proclamation – “WHEREAS, The untimely and tragic death of the President of the United States has brought sorrow to the hearts of all Americans; “WHEREAS, it is appropriate and proper for us as a community to pause in respect to the memory of our late President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, and to express our sympathy to his family; and “WHEREAS, President Lyndon B. Johnson has declared Monday, November 25, 1963, as a day of national mourning, and “WHEREAS, by direction of the State Superintendent of Education, Mr. Jesse T. Anderson, all public schools of the state will be closed on that date; “NOW, THEREFORE, I, Clifton J. Brown, Mayor of the City of Sumter, South Carolina, by authority of said office, do proclaim Monday, November 25,1963 as a day of mourning and reverence to the memory of our late President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy; and “I DO HEREBY urge and request that all business establishments be closed between the hours of 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on that day in observance of this sad occasion; and “I DO FURTHER encourage each citizens of our community to spend this time in solemn prayer to the memory of our late President, and to seek divine guidance for this nation. “IN WITNESS THEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the City of Sumter, South Carolina, to be affixed

this 23rd day of November 1963.� Sumter man bears casket – A signal honor befell a small group of servicemen – they have borne the casket of President John F. Kennedy. It was their hands that carried the flagdraped casket from the White House to the caisson which carried it to the Capitol Sunday and it was their hands that lifted the casket up the Capitol steps to the rotunda. When the President’s body arrived at Andrews Air Force Base Friday night from Dallas, where the President was assassinated, it was practically the same group that bore the body to an ambulance, served as a security guard at the Bethesda Naval Hospital where the body was prepared for burial, and who served as the first security guard in the East Room of the White House. These men who had their final part in the presidential drama today include: Sgt. James L. Felder, noncommissioned officer in charge, Army, Sumter, S.C. Officers, Airmen bid farewell to general — Farewells and a “bon voyage� to the Pentagon were given Wednesday to Ninth Air Force Commander Major General Richard T. Coiner Jr. by high ranking officials from Shaw Air Force Base, Ninth Air Force and Tactical Air Command, as well as civilian dignitaries from throughout the Carolinas. Coiner has been reassigned to Headquarters USAF in Washington, D.C., as director of transportation after two and a half years as commander of the Ninth Air Force at Shaw. His new assignment becomes effective Nov. 25. Flower planted to honor student – The golden yellow blossoms of a radiant chrysanthemum plant remind students at Mayewood School of Sammy Brunson. A living memorial to the young Mayewood graduate who died in 1962 – one year after he finished school – has been planted in front of the vocational agriculture building where he attended classes. Top judges leave for Chicago – The winning South Carolina 4-H Livestock Judging Team (all from Sumter County) will leave tomorrow for the National 4-H Livestock Judging Con-

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test held at Union Stock Yards in Chicago in conjunction with the International Livestock Exposition. Team members are Ronnie Davis from Mayewood 4-H, Hank Tindal from Furman 4-H, Mac Parker from Edmunds High 4-H and Martin Alessandro, formerly of Edmunds High 4-H. Attending as team coach in charge of the group is Dick Tillman, associate Sumter County agent. Council hears opposition to street widening — Opposition was heard by City Council yesterday to propose widening of North Washington Street. Appearing before Council were a delegation of opponents, including residents Tom Brice and Miss Eleanora Richardson, former probate judge; Rep. John Lee; the Rev. Knox Lambert, representing the Grace Baptist Church; and Sigmund W. Stoudenmire, representing the Lutheran Church. Brice described North Washington as a “residential street with pretty trees and nice homes.â€? He revealed that “every resident along Washington who I’ve talked to is opposed to any widening. There is very little business along the street, so I can see no need to make it into business property through widening.â€?‌ Shaw band to march in parade – The Shaw Junior High band with 45 members will take part in the Christmas parade in Sumter next Monday. This is the first time the band has participated. Leading the parade and carrying the banner will be Wanda Froggette and Candy Brackett, the two runner-ups for Miss Shaw Junior High. Sports news — The 61st annual meeting between traditional football rivals Clemson College and the University of South Carolina has been postponed from

today until 2 p.m. Thanksgiving Day. The decision was reached late Friday by the presidents of the two schools. Presidents Thomas Jones of USC and Robert Edwards of Clemson said they felt the postponement of the game was proper in view of the assassination of President Kennedy. The two men had met earlier Friday and announced the game would be played on schedule. Their first statement said a lack of time to make rearrangements made postponement of the game impossible. All of the high-scoring runners and shotgun passers had to take a back seat to an unsung lineman last night at Memorial Stadium as Clinton Lyles scooped up a Florence fumble and thundered 70 yards for the touchdown that clinched Sumter’s 13-0 victory over Florence. Lyles, a 215-pound senior guard whose number wasn’t even listed correctly in the program, had never scored a point for Edmunds High during his football career. When he completed his amazing run and realized that he had scored, he tossed the football high in the air. The Sumter Generals semi-pro football team broke loose before a sparse crowd here Saturday night to beat Mt. Pleasant’s Eagles 36-6. It was the third win against three setbacks this season and helped the Generals toward their goal of finishing in the win column. Coach Charlie Sanders looked on happily Saturday as Shot Rogers scampered for two touchdowns; Jimmy Flowers got one, Ray Wilson one on a pass from quarterback Luther Welsh, and Norris Yates ran one. Bob Reynolds and Billy Richbourg combined to throw the Eagle quarterback down be-

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hind the goal for a safety and two more points. Gus Pringels made three extra points. The Morris College Hornets, currently in the midst of their greatest grid season since 1952, carry an unblemished conference record into the all important clash with Claflin College in the Hornet’s Nest Thanksgiving afternoon. The Hornets, led by their great young sophomore quarterback from Palatka, Fla., Theatrice Strickland, boast a fine 7-2 record thus far. By beating Albany State 15-8 two weeks ago, the Hornets assured themselves of no less than a tie for the conference crown, a glory that has proved elusive to Morris for a decade. Morris College seniors bowing out of the football picture with the closing game tomorrow against Claflin College are James Watson, halfbacks Coley White and Eugene Dennis, and guard and captain Jerome Sellers. At the movies — Offerings at the Sumter Theatre this week include Walt Disney’s “The Incredible Journey�; “The Haunted Palace� with Vincent Price and Debra Paget; “Fun in Acapulco� with Elvis Presley and a holiday hit, “Wheeler Dealers,� with Lee Remick and James Garner. The Carolina is showing “Seven Seas To Calais� with Keith Michell and Rod Taylor; and “Under the Yum Yum Tree� with Jack Lemmon, Carol Lynley, Dean Jones, Edie Adams, Imogene Coca, Paul Lynde and Robert Lansing. The Sky-Vue Drive In is showing “The Young Racers� starring Mark Damon and William Campbell; and “3 Stooges in Orbit.� Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at waysammy@yahoo.com or (803) 774-1294.

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The Birnie Apartments on Guignard Drive, seen in this photo from circa 1950, were initially constructed to house black families. They were named after Dr. C.W. Birnie because of his constant efforts to upgrade housing and education in the black community.

Dr. C.W. Birnie an advocate for education, opportunity Dr. C.W. Birnie was the first black doctor to practice in the Sumter community. His wife became the first black female druggist in Sumter and one of a few to hold this position in the state. Birnie’s legacy can be seen in the number of projects that remain in the Sumter community bearing his name; they reveal just a small part of his desire to help improve the life of others. The following brief sketch of Birnie was taken from Cassie Nicholes’ text “Sketches of Sumter County.” The article is reprinted in its entirety with a minimum of editing.

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harles Wainwright tical degree. She was one of Birnie, born in the very few either female or Charleston on black pharmacists in South May 15, 1874, was one of Carolina. Sumter’s well-known and re“Dr. Birnie, the first black spected physicians for 40 physician in Sumter County, years. was a general practitioner and “He was the son of Richard family doctor who was known and Anna Frost Birnie. His faamong his professional peers ther was a cotton classer, who for his diagnostic skill. The was known over the state and basis of his philosophy of life was highly successful in busiwas the Hippocratic Oath ness. He was able to afford an which contains the ideals to adequate edube followed by every good cation for this doctor. By day or night he large family. never refused to minister to “Having reanyone in need of attention. ceived his earSince much of his practice liest education was in the country, he made in Charleston his calls on a bicycle or in a at Avery Instibuggy. Sammy tute, C.W. “The health team, comWAY Birnie later prised of Dr. and Mrs. Birnie, graduated from Wilbraham brought medical aid and comAcademy, a preparatory fort to many in Sumter and school in Wilbraham, Mass. adjoining counties. They opHe then attended Oberlin erated a drug store, the PeoCollege in Ohio, and followple’s Pharmacy, on West Libing his graduation there, he erty Street until his death. His received his medical training office was located above the at University of Pennsylvania drug store. Mrs. Birnie often School of Medicine. ... accompanied her husband on “He came to Sumter in night calls in rural areas to as1898 and began a very sucsist in the delivery of a baby. cessful practice which contin“So dedicated was this husued until his death in 1938. band-wife team to the prac“Around 1902, Dr. Birnie tice of medicine for all who married needed Ruth Gartreatdena ment, Harrison, and so daughter firm in of Moses their faith and Garin human dena nature, Harrison that bills of Sumfor their ter. After services teaching were a short never while at sent. Lincoln They beHigh lieved School in that those Sumter, who Gardena would Birnie not pay and her could not husband pay. ITEM FILE PHOTO decided “Recthat it This advertisement for Birnie’s Drug ognizing would be Store, located on West Liberty Street, ran the need worthin the Watchman and Southron in1908. for postwhile for medical her to study pharmacy since school training, when internthere was no black-owned ships were hard to get, Dr. drug store in the Sumter area Birnie took many black mediat that time. cal school graduates into his “First she attended Beneoffice for the supervision dict College in Columbia. needed before they were Then she went to Temple Uni- ready to begin practice on versity in Philadelphia, where their own. she received her pharmaceu“Dr. Birnie researched

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Birnie, the first black doctor to practice in Sumter, worked tirelessly to encourage and motivate black youth to continue their education, especially in science and mathematics.

black history before Reconstruction as a hobby and had published some valuable articles on the subject. “Deeply interested in the education of black youth, he used his influence for the improvement of school facilities for the blacks, and he was constantly striving to encourage and motivate youth to continue their education, especially in science and mathematics. He and his wife sponsored frequent social events to help the young people to become well-rounded individuals. And he constructed a tennis court in his backyard that black youth might have access to a recreational facility. Croquet was also made available for older people. In consequence of his interest in the welfare of

others, Birnie Community Center was later named in his memory. “To nurture a love of reading, he opened his extensive library to anyone wishing to use it. Readers (also) found there ... such newspapers as The New York Times, The Charlotte Observer, The Charleston News And Courier, The State and others. “Another service rendered by this kindhearted man was the establishment of a day care center in the SavageGlover community, supported partly by the city and partly financed by him. “Dr. Birnie was active in many medical, civic and fraternal organizations, local and statewide. Taking a leading role in politics, he was elected more than once to the Nation-

al Republican Convention. “He was a guiding spirit in the establishment of the Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Sumter. He was Senior Warden for many years and a most active communicant in his church. “A devoted family man, he found time in his very busy schedule to give of himself to his wife, his daughter and other relatives. “His daughter Annie Birnie McDonald said of him in part: “He had a love for and an understanding of people that is rarely found, and people usually responded with respect and affection. ‘A man’s truest monument must be a man.’” Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at waysammy@ yahoo.com or (803) 774-1294.


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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2013

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SEE YOU AT THE POLE

Wilson Hall students participated in See You at the Pole on Sept. 25. Held the fourth Wednesday of each September, this national event encourages Christian students to gather around the flag pole for prayer and scripture reading before the start of the school day. Wilson Hall’s chapters of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and First Priority organized the event. FIELD TRIPS

Hugh Hill and the seniors in his Advanced Placement Biology class went on the 37th annual fall field trip to 40-Acre Rock Heritage Preserve in Lancaster County on Sept. 24. On this trip, the students hiked through the woods and hills of the preserve, which is maintained by the Nature Conservancy of S.C., in order to study the plants and wildlife indigenous to our state. The preschool and kindergarten classes visited Shaw Air Force Base Fire Station on Sept. 27. The students toured the firehouse, saw the living quarters of the firefighters, tried on firefighting gear and used a firehose. The group also visited a smokehouse, which simulates a house fire, so they could learn how to safely exit a burning building. MY COMMUNITY AND ME

The fourth-grade students are once again participating in the My Community and Me program, coordinated by Sumter Volunteers, which introduces students to the history and workings of Sumter County. Community volunteers representing a variety of areas including business, education, government, health, law enforcement and the military visit the 12 schools participating in the program, and the volunteers are visiting our campus on Oct. 4. — Sean Hoskins

Sumter Christian School NEW TECHNOLOGY COMES TO CLASS

Both students and teachers at Sumter Christian School have appreciated and enjoyed new technology in their classes this year. New student, seventh-grader Brittany Walker, said that the mimio interactive whiteboard has helped her to understand math better. Senior government students have enjoyed having digital notes, images and videos that help them “dig deeper” into social studies. The second-grade class uses their new document camera in nearly all of their subjects every day. “It makes my life and everyone else’s life easier,” says Meagan Glass. Mallory Saunders commented “‘It was pretty amazing to show everyone how to write a ‘y’ because a ‘y’ is in my name.’” Sixth-grade teacher Amanda Kish uses her projector in nearly every subject conveniently adding audio-visual aids to her presentations. Nahdea Wiley said that these presentations help her in math, science and history because “I do better when I see things; and the way she writes them out is easier for me to understand.” High school students have remarked that the PowerPoint presentations in Bible class have made their learning experience more effective. The Target Learning Center students use Laura Mahoney’s iPad on a regular basis for a more hands-on approach to math and phonics. Both Margaret Barron and Mahoney mentioned the definite need for more technology in the TLC “because of the varied learning styles of the kids that come to us.” High school math teacher CarolRollings uses mimio technology on a daily basis. “It helps me to move faster through the material; I can better prove theorems and how things work.” TEACHERS ATTEND CONVENTION

The students enjoyed two days off Sep. 19-20 as all the teachers attended the annual SCACS Convention in Spartanburg, which was held for more than 70 member schools across the state. SCACS, the organization through which SCS is accredited and teachers are certified, held more than 120 workshops for teachers to sharpen their skills. Twenty percent of the workshops focused on technology in the classroom. The teachers enjoyed the opportunity to learn and work on improving their teaching skills. They also enjoyed the fellowship with other Christian school teachers from around the state. — Miriam Marritt

ART DISPLAYS RETURN

After several years hiatus, art has returned to the galleries at USC Sumter beginning with a wonderful collection of photography from artist Dr. Richard E. Getty. “Reflections” is a digital photography display on view in the Upstairs Gallery through Dec. 14 in the USC Sumter Williams Brice Edwards Administration Building. It is free and open to the public. The display contains 16 prints of reflections from glass and behind glass simultaneously. According to Getty, “At times the reflections in these prints are minimal, others are busy, and others suggest realities which could be but are not actually present.” Getty began his career as a professor of psychology, focusing in sensation and perception. He has studied photography since 1977 with help from friend and mentor John Rountree. He and his wife, Cara-lin Getty, often take pictures together and have a mutual appreciation of the visual arts. The Upstairs Gallery is located in the Williams Brice Edwards Administration Building on the USC Sumter campus. Hours for viewing are 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday with the exception of state holidays. Visit www.uscsumter.edu for more information. — Misty Hatfield

Morris College MID-SEMESTER EXAMS

The college will administer mid-semester examinations from Sept. 30 to Oct. 4. — Vicky Sutton-Jackson

Sumter School District FINE ARTS SHINE

Sumter School District has many venues of which to be proud, including academics, athletics and the arts. This week, the article is dedicated to the fine arts because there are so many activities and accolades to report. CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS COMMISSIONED

The S.C. Arts Commission and the National Park Foundation has invited Sumter School District high school art students and Kingsbury Elementary art teacher Sylvester Hickmon to design and create the ornaments for S.C.’s 2013 National Christmas Tree display. The tree will be on display on the Ellipse in President’s Park in Washington, D.C. The National Christmas Tree display is one of the highlights of the National Christmas Tree Lighting. The National Tree is the highlight of the 91-year tradition and is the centerpiece of 56 smaller trees. Each one of the smaller trees represents a state or territory of the United States. Each tree is decorated with ornaments designed and created by a team comprised of an adult artist and youth group from that state or territory. Hickmon has been selected as the artist-in-residence. He will guide high school art students selected from Crestwood, Lakewood and Sumter high schools to create the ornaments to represent South Carolina. GRANT RECEIVED FOR FINE ARTS PLANNING

Sumter School District has been awarded a $6,500 Strategic Planning grant from the S.C. Arts Commission. The money will be used to continue the work on the Fine Arts Strategic Plan which began last year. Persons interested in serving on the Strategic Planning team should contact Fine Arts and Science Coordinator Lori Smith at (803) 469-6900, extension 514. LITERACY AND ARTS COMBINE

The high school fine arts teachers in Sumter School District have partnered with the Sumter County Library to have the students read “The Grapes of Wrath” by John Steinbeck. Largely due to this book, Steinbeck won the annual National Book Award and a Pulitzer Prize for novels. It was also cited when he won the prestigious Nobel Prize in 1962. “The Grapes of Wrath” is frequently read in American high school and college literature classes due to its historical context and enduring legacy. After reading the novel, the students will create works of art reflecting how the book relates to their lives. A showing of the works will be held in late October. MILLWOOD STUDENTS HOST MUSICIAN

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Members of the Laurence Manning Academy Anchor Club served at Clarendon County Kids’ Day held Sept. 21.

students were honored by a visit from former Millwood student Technical Sgt. William Timmons. A Sumter native, Timmons is stationed at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling Air Force Base and is a trombonist with the United States Air Force Premiere Band and the Ceremonial Brass in Washington, D.C. Timmons shared his passion for music with fifth-grade students and taught them about playing the trombone. He also played a few musical selections for the students accompanied by his former teacher and current Millwood music teacher Hamilton Stoddard. The students particularly enjoyed the polka. Ceremonial brass music has played an important role in public gatherings and ceremonies for hundreds of years. Today, the United States Air Force Ceremonial Brass continues this tradition by providing the finest musical support for state arrivals at the White House, full honor arrivals for foreign dignitaries at the Pentagon, retirements, change of command and awards ceremonies, patriotic programs, and funerals at Arlington National Cemetery. “It is an amazing opportunity to perform for the President,” said Sergeant Timmons. “That is a position I have a lot of respect for and being that close to him on special occasions is a privilege and an honor.” Timmons was a member of the chorus at Millwood Elementary School and began playing trombone at Alice Drive Middle School. A member of the Sumter High School Class of 2003, he played in the band at Sumter High where he earned placement in the South Carolina All State Orchestra, All State Band and Jazz Band. Timmons attended Furman University Band Camp for several years and Brevard Summer Music Camp for four summers. While a student at the University of South Carolina, he was selected by audition to attend Aspen Music Festival in Colorado. CRESTWOOD DRUMLINE PERFORMS

The Crestwood High School Knight Train Drumline has been invited to perform again in the Bethesda Church of God Christmas Cantata, “The Little Drummer Boy,” on Dec. 7 and 8. After a one-year hiatus, the band is honored to resume this partnership between Bethesda and the Crestwood band program. An ensemble will also play Christmas carols as the audience enters and exits the building. The group has also been invited to perform for a youth gospel event at Alice Drive Baptist Church on Jan. 18, 2014. The Crestwood Jazz Band played at the Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast last year at Alice Drive Baptist and is continuing this partnership with the church. The Crestwood band and drumline is under the direction of Brian Moss. STUDENTS EXCEL IN ART SHOW AT FAIR

More than 500 students in Sumter County submitted entries in the Sumter County Fair art show. A large number of Sumter School District students placed in the elementary, middle, high and scholarship categories. A list of the winners and teach-

ers will appear in next week’s education news. — Mary B. Sheridan

Clarendon School District 1 SUMMERTON EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER

Sept. 13 was set aside to honor grandparents of students at Summerton Early Childhood Center. The cafeteria and multi-purpose room overflowed with grandparents who altered their morning schedules to start the day right with a well-balanced, delicious breakfast while spending precious moments with their “grandbabies.” Following breakfast, grandparents visited the photo booth to pose for snapshots with their grandchildren. Before departing, students enjoyed grandparents sharing stories with them during “Take Time to Read.” SECC proudly announces the September Employee of the month and Students of the Month. Dahlia Wilson, Save the Children Coordinator, is Employee of the Month. Students of the Month are: Pre-K – Mariah Holliday; kindergarten – Ka’Layah Ragin;, first grade — Trinity Harris; and second grade — Madison Oliver. ST. PAUL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Dae’sha Green from Clarendon School District 1 has been selected to participate in the Special Olympics USA Games in New Jersey. She will compete in Track and Field Events against athletes from around the United States. The games will be held in June 2014. Daresay is a fifth-grade student at St. Paul Elementary. She is the daughter of Felicia Riley and granddaughter of Dorothy Riley of Pinewood. SCOTT’S BRANCH MIDDLE/HIGH

Scott’s Branch Middle/ High School held its annual Muffins for Mom on Sept. 20 in the high school’s commons area. More than 75 moms, grandmothers and/or aunts came to fellowship with each other and greet the Principal Dr. Gwendolyn Harris, and Assistant Principal Shelia Barringer. Warm fresh muffins along with choice of juice and coffee were offered to the moms as they mingled and shared conversation. The Muffin for Moms is a special way of saying “thank you” to parents for their support of the staff and administration, school activities and their children. This event was coordinated by the Parent Activities Committee members. The Scott’s Branch Middle School math teachers are working with a brand new math series that’s offering students instruction without the traditional hardcover textbook. The Clarendon 1 School District adopted the new Digits Program which provides the students an in-depth approach to the New Common Core Standards using on-line access. Elizabeth Jordan, a curriculum specialist for the Pearson Publishing Co., came to Scott’s Branch Middle School on Sept. 20 to provide hands-on training to the teachers who will be using the program. Ethel Lemon says she enjoyed the training and looks forward to using the Digits curriculum in her classes. — Beverly Spry


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Historic District Meet friends at 3rd Porches of Sumter BY IVY MOORE ivym@theitem.com

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hen’s the last time you enjoyed a leisurely stroll around tree-lined streets, a hint of cooler nights to come on the breeze, and running into friends and neighbors, enjoying a glass of wine, good food and conversation? For many of us it was last October during the Porches of Sumter event. With the leaves beginning to turn and autumn easing in, it’s time to celebrate the 3rd Annual Porches of Sumter, hosted from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 3 by the Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce and 10 homeowners in the heart of town. Nancy Lee Zimpleman, Vice President of Membership Development with the Chamber of Commerce, is coordinating the porch tour for the third year. She said she enjoys making the plans and getting things ready almost as much as the actual event. “It gives people a chance to see the historic area of the city,” Zimpleman said. “It’s such a beautiful area and such an asset.” And, she pointed out, “It gives people an opportunity not just to see the beautiful porches, but to visit with friends. They meet up with friends and stroll from porch to porch together, meeting others along the way.” With 10 stops and ticket sales limited to 300, “There’s no wait at any of the homes,” Zimpleman said. Participants can begin and end at any of the homes.

PORCHES ON THE TOUR ARE: • McGregor – 330 W. Calhoun St. • Rhoads – 333 W. Calhoun St. • Newman – 122 N. Salem St. • Curtis and Croft Law Firm – 325 W. Calhoun St. • Arrington – 316 W. Calhoun St. • Doyle – 28 Park Ave. • Cannarella – 24 Park Ave • Bolen – 115 N. Salem Ave • Corley – 338 W. Calhoun St. • Gibson – 344 W. Calhoun St.

Porches of Sumter ticket holders will enjoy a variety of dessert items on this porch across from Memorial Park.

MORE THAN JUST A TOUR

FOOD, TICKETS AND MORE

Porches of Sumter is more than just a tour; food and beverages, including wine and beer, will be available at each site. Zimpleman said the funds from ticket sales offset the cost of the food. “Most of the homeowners will serve dishes provided by chefs and caterers,” she said, “but some, like (Flo) Arrington, like to do their own cooking each year. Last year, she served shrimp and grits, which was very popular.” Judy and Sonny Newman will serve chicken bog cooked by Jonathan Teseniar, and “Mark and Amy Gibson will have what they call Sumter style surf and turf – pulled pork and oyster shooters,” Zimpleman said. Other dishes at the various porches will include shrimp Creole, Carolina caviar, cheese wafers, shrimp and tomato grits, catfish bites, she crab soup, loaded potato soup, desserts and more. Zimpleman said the stroll is a short one, as the six homes on Calhoun Street and two each on Park and Salem avenues, “pretty much surround Memorial Park.” Ticket holders must check in at the fountain on the Calhoun Street side of Memorial Park to trade their tickets for an armband, she said. Any tickets that remain can be purchased there on the night of the event, also.

Caterers are Baker’s Sweets Bakery and Café, Catering for All Occasions, Gravy and Shoney’s; guest chefs are Jane Sterling, Jonathan Teseniar and Pilgrims, Inc.; Mac’s Place Spirits will also provide wine for the occasion. Sponsoring the event are Platinum Sponsor, First Citizens Bank; and Porch Sponsors, Baker’s Sweets Bakery and Café, McLaughlin Ford, NBSC, Pilgrims, Inc. and Tuomey Healthcare System, Tickets are $25 before the event and $30 at registration the night of the event. However, tickets go fast and are expected to sell out as they did last year. Purchase advance tickets at the Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce, 32 E. Calhoun St., call to reserve at (803) 775-1231, or register online at www.sumterchamber.com. The Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce is the premier business organization in Sumter County, representing almost a thousand members in areas such as advocacy, networking and business resources. For more information, contact the Chamber at (803) 775-1231 or log on to the website at www.sumterchamber.com.

ARTS from Page C1 is also the curator and assistant director of the Sumter County Galley of Art,” Bryan said. “He is bringing an exhibition in the Emerging Artists series that will be in the Patriot Hall/Gallery 135 during the festival. Eric Bultman (executive director of the Sumter Little Theatre) is directing two short plays that can be seen at 8 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday; and Karen Watson, director of the Sumter County Gallery of Art, will keep the gallery open so that those attending the festival” can view the exhibitions “Question Bridge: Black

Male” and Stacey Lynn Waddell’s “Black, Burst and Boom.” Bryan is excited about the talent line-up. The music ranges from folk and bluegrass to rock, pop, jazz, gospel and even a little light classical. Patriot Hall’s technical director, David Shoemaker, also a drummer, has been instrumental in finding bands and individual musicians to play during the festival, Bryan said. His own rock band, Casino Club, fresh from its gig at the “Living Canvas” show, will open the entertainment at 5 p.m. Friday.

Southerners know there’s nothing like a nice visit on the front porch. The 3rd Annual Porches of Sumter tour offers that opportunity at 10 different sites in the heart of Sumter.

Dance is on the schedule for both Friday night and Saturday afternoon, with groups from Miss Libby’s School of Dance and the Sumter Civic Dance Company performing. Expect to see some contemporary and traditional dance forms from these outstanding companies. Sumter Little Theatre actors Braden Bunch, Traci Quinn and Luther Barnett will appear in the one-act plays, Bunch in a solo performance, Quinn and Barnett together. Bunch described his play as “a man and his chair,” noting the laidback style of playwright Tom Bodett, known by many for his Motel 6

commercials (“We’ll leave the light on for you”) and the NPR quiz program, “Wait Wait ... Don’t Tell Me.” “Exploded” is often called his best play, with Bodett’s dry humor and masterful storytelling. “I’m Herbert,” with Quinn and Barnett, is one of four short plays comprising “You Know I Can’t Hear You When the Water’s Running,” by Robert Anderson. The actors portray a very elderly couple in conversation on their porch, oblivious to how hilarious they are. In addition, Bryan said, the relatively new rock band Kerolinea will perform, Joe Sanford will play blues, Allen

Hinnant will deliver some folk, pop and maybe a little country, Robert Gibbs will play pop and jazz, and William Gerald will play his signature jazz. Gospel with Sumter Justified, variety with 4 Way Stop and Joy Ride and more can be heard. “There will be something going on at all times,” Bryan said. A variety of food and beverages will be available on the Patriot Hall grounds. Bryan said the festival will also serve as a fundraiser for the Sumter County Cultural Commission. “We’re planning a lot more events at the center, and the funds raised

will be used to produce and promote cultural activities around the county. “The artists are donating their time and talent,” she said, “and we’re suggesting donations by those attending. We have admission prices for one-, two- or three-day tickets of $10, $15 and $25, and if you buy one, you get another free. Of course, we won’t deny admission to anyone.” Tickets can be picked up at Patriot Hall, SEACO Music, Freed School of Performing Arts, Miss Libby’s School of Dance and Leonard’s Music. For more information call (803) 436-2260.


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Juice Bar opens in Sumter can on her first trip to the juice bar. The Fields use agave or honey to sweeten drinks. There’s a new bar in town, and Natascha Szlavik brought in Dunit’s already establishing a steady can and their exercise buddy Nadine clientele of elbow benders. Brooks. Johnny’s Garden Juice Bar “I really like the Mean Green,” opened at 504-A Miller Road on Szlavik said on her second visit. “It’s Labor Day and is named in honor not too filling after a workout.” of Carll Field’s late grandfather, News of the bar’s opening has Johnny Gowdy. spread through social media and “He ate terribly,” word of mouth, Kimberly Field said. “He always Field said. TRY A DRINK had a garden, but he gave “Everyone is a repeat it all away. He always liked customer,” she said. Johnny’s Juice Bar is open helping people.” While they do see more from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday He and his wife, Kimwomen than men, that through Saturday at 504-A berly Field, got the idea to doesn’t mean their clienMiller Road, and call ahead open the business after tele is exclusively female, orders are welcome, Carll she discovered juicing Carll Field said. Field said. The phone number helped with her thyroid “A friend of mine that I is (803) 774-0218. condition, Graves’ distrain with at a martial arts ease. school told me about this “We live in Sumter, and place,” Joe Ardis said on we had been driving to Columbia,” his third visit. “I like that I don’t she said. “The population here is so have to clean my juicer every day.” unhealthy, but it’s hard to get His favorite at Johnny’s is the healthy if there is nowhere to go. I Tropic Treat, and he has sent others think we needed this here. You can’t to the drink shop as well, Ardis said. feel good unless you are feeding “They offer healthy choices for your body the right stuff — good, busy moms,” said Malisa Meldrim on quality nutrients.” her fifth visit. “I like the YFit RecovWorking with local farmers as well ery, though nothing I’ve had so far as organic companies online, the has been bad. I’m telling everyone.” juice bar offers protein and energy The juice bar also offers vitamindrinks, smoothies and juices made infused water and a salad bar. Breakwith whole fruits and vegetables. fast is served until 10 a.m. and is Prices range from $4 to $7. $5.99 a pound. Lunch is $6.99 a “I was skeptical because most pound. smoothies are usually full of sugar, Reach Jade Anderson at (803) 774but this is good,” said Bethany Dun1250. BY JADE ANDERSON janderson@theitem.com

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Natascha Szlavik sips on her drink on her second trip to Johnny’s Garden Juice Bar. She brought some of her workout buddies to try out the new place off Miller Road.

Popular Juice Bar drinks YFit Recovery Shake

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Kimberly Field feeds kale into the juicer at Johnny’s Garden Juice Bar. Her own troubles with an autoimmune disease led to her interest in healthier living.

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Gas prices fall as weather, output calm markets

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A man pumps gas Friday in Montpelier, Vt. The national average price of gasoline has fallen the month, sliding to $3.42 per gallon from $3.59 at the start of the month.

NEW YORK (AP) — Gasoline prices have fallen steadily throughout September, and drivers should look forward to even cheaper fill-ups in the weeks ahead. The national average price for a gallon of gasoline is now $3.42, down from $3.59 on Sept. 1. The price is the lowest it’s been at this time of year since 2010 and is likely to keep falling. “It’s a layup for me to predict lower prices until Columbus Day weekend,” said Tom Kloza, Chief Oil Analyst at GasBuddy.com and

Oil Price Information Service, which tracks retail and wholesale gasoline prices. Wholesale gasoline prices have fallen faster in recent days than pump prices, so drivers can expect to pay even less as the pump prices catch up. Gas prices tend to fall soon after Labor Day, but last year they didn’t start dropping until midOctober. There are a few reasons for this fall’s decline in price, experts say: • Refiners can switch to cheaper blends of gasoline in the win-

ter months as clean-air rules are relaxed. • Gasoline demand declines in the fall after the summer driving season ends. At the same time supplies rise because refiners are still making gasoline as they keep operations humming to make heating oil for winter and diesel and jet fuel for shippers. • Refineries have been relatively problem free compared with last year. No hurricanes have hit, and there have been few unexpected problems at refineries or pipelines.


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NOTICE OF HEARING: Bid Notices ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Project: BREWINGTON ROAD WATER LINE EXTENSION For Sumter County (Owner) Separate sealed bids for: BREWINGTON ROAD WATER LINE EXTENSION will be received by City Engineer, in Conference Room No. 2 at 303 E. Liberty St. at the City of Sumter Public Services Complex until 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 17, 2013 and there at said office opened and read aloud. The project consist of installing approximately 3635 linear feet of 12 inch diameter waterline and associated app

A Termination of Parental Rights Hearing will be held at the Williamsburg County Family Court, Alex Chatman Judicial Complex, 147 West Main Street, Kingstree, South Carolina, on Tuesday, November 19, 2013, at 11:00 a.m. September 24, 2013 South Carolina Department of Social Services

Ernest J. Jarrett JENKINSON, JARRETT & KELLAHAN, P.A. Post Office Drawer 669 Kingstree, SC 29556 Ph: (843) 355-2000 Fax: (843) 355-2010 ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF AS A RESULT OF THIS HEARING, YOU COULD LOSE YOUR RIGHTS AS A PARENT.

The City of Sumter will be acting as the Owners Agent for the project providing construction management services for Sumter County. Contract documents may be obtained from Burns Engineering located at 214 W Liberty Street Sumter, South Carolina 29150. Phone 803-773-6681

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Summons & Notice SUMMONS, NOTICE OF FILING AND NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE FAMILY COURT THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 2013-DR-45-311 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF WILLIAMSBURG South Carolina Department of Social Services PLAINTIFF, vs. Lori April Goins, In the interests of: Bailey Brogdon Stevens, DOB: 09/2112012, A minor child under the age of 18. DEFENDANTS.

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YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to answer the Complaint for termination of your parental rights in and to the Defendant minor child in this action, the original of which has been filed in the Office of the Family Court for Williamsburg County on the 11th day of September, 2013, a copy of which will be delivered to you upon request; and to serve a copy of your Answer to the Complaint upon the undersigned attorney for the Plaintiff, Ernest J. Jarrett, 120 West Main Street, Kingstree, South Carolina 29556, within thirty (30) days following the date of service upon you, exclusive of the day of such service; and if you fail to answer the Complaint within time stated, the Plaintiff will apply for judgment by default against the Defendants for the relief demanded in Complaint.

NOTICE OF FILING: YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the action entitled above has been commenced by the Plaintiff against you in the Family Court of Williamsburg County in the Third Judicial Circuit,Kingstree, South Carolina, by the filing of a Summons and Complaint for Termination of Parental Rights on the 11th day September, 2013, and is available for inspection in the Office of the Family Court for Williamsburg

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Assistant Professor of Psychology, USC Sumter. The University of South Carolina Sumter invites applications to a full-time, tenuretrack position to begin August, 2014. Area of specialization is open. A strong commitment to undergraduate teaching and the ability to maintain a healthy level of professional activity in scholarship and service are required. The teaching load will be twelve credit hours per semester. Student advising and participation on campus committees is expected. An earned doctorate at the time of appointment is preferred. Review of credentials will begin December, 2013 and will continue until the position is filled. The University of South Carolina requires individuals to apply online for all job vacancies. You may access the USC Jobs Online Employment site at http://uscjobs .sc.edu. As part of the online process, an application letter (which should include philosophy of teaching and professional goals and interests), vita, three current letters of recommendation, copies of all undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and summaries of teaching evaluations or other evidence of excellence in teaching must be attached to the online application form. If you have any questions about the application procedures, please call (803) 938-3721. Foreign nationals should indicate current US immigration status. USC Sumter is an AA/EOE.

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James Spader stars in “The Blacklist,” airing at 10:01 p.m. Monday on NBC.

James Spader takes on a new role, but is his character good or bad? Only time will tell on "The Blacklist," airing Monday at 10:01 p.m. on NBC.

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Raymond "Red" Reddington (James Spader) is a rogue government agent turned fugitive criminal who had given himself up to the FBI on "The Blacklist," airing Monday at 10:01 p.m. on NBC. He agreed to help the government with cases, but only if he was allowed to work with rookie FBI profiler Liz Keen (Megan Boone). And during her very first day on the job, Red helped Liz catch a terrorist. This brings up many questions. Why does Red want to work with an agent who is so green? And why has he turned himself in now? These are questions the producers promise will be answered. "We love great movie bad guys, Keyser Söze being one of them from 'Usual Suspects,'" says executive producer Jon Bokenkamp, "and the idea that (executive producer John) Fox had presented was what would happen if one of these guys started to talk. What kinds of stories would he tell and what different worlds would he be able to take us into? "It is sort of a strange hybrid in terms of what the show is because each week we are going to go out and dip into a different world of crime," Bokenkamp continues. "We're going to go find criminals that, as we present in the pilot, the FBI may not know exist. I think there's an opportunity to sort of, you know, have fun with the vari-

ous people who were involved in crime in ways that we have not seen before. So, each week we will have a different criminal, but I think the reason you come back to the show, or at least what excites me about it, are the people and the secrets that they have and what's happening at home. I think in most procedural type shows, you don't go home. You stay at the office or in the bullpen where they're solving the crime, and here it's essential that we go home. It is a little bit of a delicate balance of going out and solving a crime each week and also going home and meeting these people. But I think that's what's sort of special about the show." As for how soon viewers find out why Red is back, Bokenkamp is a bit cagey. "It is a series long question, but it's not simple enough that it's something we will answer right up front. I mean, why this man has come back and introduced himself and inserted himself into her life is - there are many reasons, so I think along the way we're going to sort of address and get into the various reasons behind why he's come back. Ultimately it may be a singular thing, but to me, I sort of see it as a whole meal. There are a lot of intricacies that we can dip into." Spader created the look of the character with something specific in mind, and from the first day of shooting he wanted to give Red authenticity. "I knew the very first

thing when I got to New York to shoot the pilot - I had very long hair - that they were going to shoot a surveillance photo of Reddington to have on the wall there when he surrenders himself," says Spader. "I thought it would be just a great moment when he surrenders himself, he takes his hat off, and the juxtaposition of the shot of him with long hair and then like this," Spader points to his shaved head. "And because actors are burdened with everything else that they've done before in any role that they're playing, I thought it would be nice to take off my hat and it's an entirely different person and a very different look to go with that. "But working backward from there, you know, the way his life has been for the last 20 years, he moves very swiftly through his life. He's moving from place to place very quickly. I thought he should have a haircut that he can do himself if he cares to or he can go to some barbershop in a little town in Cambodia, and they can cut his hair in 10 minutes. I just thought it was streamlined, and his clothes are like that, too, in that he looks well dressed, but they are traveling clothes. You know, he wears clothes that he can go from a bank to a cave and he's dressed accordingly. And he's also in a lot of different climates over the last 20 years, so I thought it would be appropriate that he dress and look as if he's able to move through the world easily and comfortably."

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The Voice 8:00 p.m. on WIS A new group of hopefuls nervously await to perform live before a packed house, but the judges prove to be a tough audience; tempted to turn their chairs for several acts, the coaches choose only the best and most diverse voices for their team. (HD) How I Met Your Mother 8:00 p.m. on WLTX Lily becomes frustrated after discovering a list of things that Ted wants to do in New York before moving to Chicago; Robin and Barney realize they only have a little time alone together before their families arrive for their wedding. (HD) Monday Night Football 8:25 p.m. on ESPN Sean Payton Miami is making its coaches the first appearance at New Orleans the Mercedes-Benz Saints in a Superdome since "Monday Night 1995; New Orleans Football" game, hosted the Dolphins airing on ESPN in in 2005, but the at 8:25 p.m. game was played in Baton Rouge, La., following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, and Miami won the game, 21-6. (HD) Sleepy Hollow 9:00 p.m. on WACH Ichabod and Abbie are faced with a new face of evil in Sleepy Hollow when the Sandman infiltrates the townspeople’s minds and fills their dreams with nightmares, leaving Abbie to be reminded of her past with her institutionalized sister, Jenny. (HD) Hostages 10:00 p.m. on WLTX After Ellen disobeys the order to assassinate the president during surgery, Duncan tells her it will come at the cost of a family member’s life; Duncan informs the family that they are to go about their everyday lives during the next few weeks. (HD)

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Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 8:00 p.m. on WOLO Agent Phil Coulson and his S.H.I.E.L.D. agents travel to Peru to investigate an object codenamed only ‘0-8-4’ and attempt to figure out it’s origins, but when Comandante Camilla Reyes gets involved a conflict seems inevitable. (HD) NCIS: Los Angeles 9:00 p.m. on WLTX Hetty calls Operational Psychologist Nate Getz back to help Sam and Deeks cope with their traumatic experiences and return to work; the rest of the team investigates the murder of a former Navy Admiral and a controversial journalist on a private jet. (HD) Denise (Lorraine Lucky 7 Bruce) and her 10:00 p.m. on co-workers win WOLO a lottery pool on As the shocking "Lucky 7," a reality of the gang new WOLO winning the lottery drama airing settles in, a news Tuesday at crew shows up to 10 p.m. profile everyone and the girls go on a shopping spree to get ready for the Gold Star block party; police investigate the Gold Star robbery. (HD) Chicago Fire 10:01 p.m. on WIS Following Heather’s incident, Lt. Casey is finding himself struggling with his new responsibilities; Lt. Severide is tense and waiting for the next attack from the arsonist and at the prospect of bringing up his paternity suspicions with Renee. (HD) The Goldbergs 9:01 p.m. on WOLO Waking up expecting a car for his birthday, Barry is disappointed to find another surprise waiting for him instead because Beverly believes he isn’t ready yet, but Pops has other plans when he gives Barry a car anyway; Adam asks for Pop’s advice. (HD)

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Nightly News News Entertain- The Voice: The Blind Auditions, Part 4 Four teams take (:01) Chicago Fire: Prove It (HD) ment (N) shape. (N) (HD) (N) (HD) News 19 @ Evening News 19 @ Inside Edi- NCIS: Past, Present, and Fu- NCIS: Los Angeles: Impact Person of Interest: Nothing 6pm News (HD) 7pm tion (N) ture (N) (HD) (N) (HD) To Hide (N) (HD) News (HD) World News Wheel For- Jeopardy! (N) Marvel’s Agents of The Gold- Trophy Wife Lucky 7: Inside Job Shock (HD) tune (N) (HD) S.H.I.E.L.D. (N) (HD) bergs (N) (N) wears off. (N) (HD) The PBS NewsHour (HD) Making It Grow (N) Latino Americans Growing Latino Americans: Peril and Frontline Personal tales. activism. (N) (HD) Promise (N) (HD) (HD) Modern Modern The Big Bang The Big Bang Dads (N) Brooklyn New Girl (N) Mindy Pro- WACH FOX News at 10 Family (HD) Family (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) Nine (N) (HD) ject (N) Nightly news report. Queens (HD) How I Met Family Feud Family Feud Bones: Pilot Congressional Bones: The Man in the SUV Dish Nation The Office (HD) (N) aide. (HD) Car bomb. (HD) (N) (HD) News

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(:35)The Tonight Show (:36) Late Night with (:36)Carson with Jay Leno (HD) Jimmy Fallon (HD) Daly (:35)Late Show with David Late Late Show with Craig (:37) News Letterman (HD) Ferguson (N) Jimmy Kimmel Live Celeb- (:37)Night- (:07) Dr. Phil Life strategies. rity interviews (HD) line (HD) (HD) BBC World Charlie Rose (N) (HD) Latino Americans: PrejuNews dice and Pride (HD) 2 1/2 Men The Middle Raymond TMZ (N) Seinfeld (HD) (HD) How I Met Always Always American American (HD) Sunny (HD) Sunny (HD) Dad! (HD) Dad! (HD)

CABLE CHANNELS Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Barter Kings (N) (HD) (:01) Barter Kings (HD) Storage Storage Storage Storage Four Brothers (‘05, Action) Mark Wahlberg. (HD) I Am Legend (‘07, Thriller) aaa Will Smith. (HD) Angels & Demons (‘09, Thriller) Tom Hanks. Mysterious symbols. (HD) Four Brothers (HD) To Be Announced Swamplands (HD) Swamplands (HD) North America (HD) North America (HD) Swamplands (HD) North America (HD) North America (HD) 106 & Park (N) (HD) B.A.P.S. (‘97, Comedy) ac Halle Berry. Lost heir. National Security (‘03) aa Martin Lawrence. Wendy Williams (N) Little Richard Story Atlanta Dream NeNe I Dream of NeNe (N) I Dream of NeNe (N) The New Atlanta (N) Watch What I Dream of NeNe I Dream of NeNe Atlanta Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) Greed Treasure Treasure Treasure Mad Money Treasure Treasure Treasure Situation Crossfire Erin Burnett (N) Cooper 360° (N) (HD) Piers Morgan LIVE (N) Cooper 360° (HD) Erin Burnett Piers Morgan (HD) Cooper 360° (HD) South Prk Tosh (HD) Colbert Daily (HD) Workaholic Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (N) Brickle Daily (N) Colbert Tosh (HD) Brickle Daily (HD) Colbert Good Luck Jessie Blog Jessie Wolfblood Girl vs. Monster (‘12) aa Olivia Holt. Jessie Austin Good Luck Jessie Good Luck Good Luck Shake It A.N.T. Moonshiners (HD) Tickle Tickle Tickle Tickle Tickle (N) Tickle (N) Buy Bayou Buy Bayou Tickle Tickle Buy Bayou Buy Bayou Tickle Tickle SportsCenter (HD) E:60 (HD) 30 for 30 (HD) 2013 World Series of Poker (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Horn (HD) Interruptn 2013 WNBA Playoffs: Teams TBA z{| (HD) 2013 WNBA Playoffs: Teams TBA z{| (HD) Olbermann (HD) Olbermann (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) Middle Pretty Woman (‘90, Romance) aaa Richard Gere. (HD) Pretty in Pink (‘86) aac Molly Ringwald. (HD) The 700 Club Bel-Air Bel-Air Bel-Air Bel-Air Cutthroat Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (N) (HD) Cutthroat: Steak Out Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) N.C. State Insider College Football: Virginia Cavaliers at Pittsburgh Panthers no} (HD) Driven (HD) World Poker (HD) West Coast Customs UEFA Champ Soccer Little House: Castoffs Prairie A Crush on You (‘11) aac Brigid Brannagh. (HD) Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Life Life Hunters Hunters Property Property Income Property (N) Hunters Hunters Income Property (HD) Income Property (HD) Hunters Hunters Modern Marvels (HD) Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Legend Legend Legend Legend Legend Legend Modern Marvels (HD) Legend Legend Legend Legend Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Wife Swap Wife Swap Abby’s Ultimate (HD) Abby’s Ultimate (N) Abby’s Ultimate (HD) Abby’s Ultimate (HD) Abby’s Ultimate (HD) Abby’s Ultimate (HD) Sponge Sponge Hathaways Drake Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Instant Lopez Lopez Lopez Ink Master (HD) Ink Master (HD) Ink Master (HD) Ink Master (HD) Ink Master (N) (HD) Nightmares Nightmares Ink Master (HD) Ink Master (HD) (5:30) Ghost Rider (‘07, Action) aa Nicolas Cage. Face Off (HD) Face Off (N) (HD) Fangasm (N) Face Off (HD) Fangasm Viral videos. Pumpkinhead (‘07) ac Big Bang Big Bang MLB on Deck 2013 MLB Playoffs: Teams TBA z{| (HD) Inside MLB Conan (N) (HD) Office Conan Walk on the Wild Side (‘62) Laurence Harvey. Singin’ in the Rain (‘52, Musical) Gene Kelly. Double Indemnity (‘44) aaaa Fred MacMurray. The Bicycle Thief (‘48) aaac Gun (‘50) Toddlers (HD) Little (HD) Little (HD) 19 Kids 19 Kids 19 Kids 19 Kids Little (N) Little (HD) 19 Kids 19 Kids Little (HD) Little (HD) 19 Kids 19 Kids Castle: Target (HD) Castle: Hunt (HD) Rizzoli & Isles (HD) Rizzoli & Isles (HD) Cold Justice (N) (HD) The Mentalist (HD) Cold Justice (HD) The Mentalist (HD) Regular Regular Drama All Gumball Grandpa Adventure King Cleveland Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family Robot Squid Heart, She Dad (HD) Storage Storage Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn (:01) Dumbest Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Griffith Griffith Griffith Griffith Griffith Griffith Raymond Raymond Friends Friends Queens Queens Queens Queens Raymond Raymond SVU: Manipulated (HD) SVU New captain. (HD) Family Family Family Family Family Family SVU: Class (HD) SVU: Desperate (HD) House (HD) Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) Movie News (HD) How I Met Rules Rules Parks Parks 30 Rock


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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2013

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HIGHLIGHTS Revolution 8:00 p.m. on WIS With Willoughby’s biggest secrets coming to light, Miles finds his life at risk when he falls into the clutches of Titus Andover; Charlie is more determined than ever to locate Monroe; Rachel and Dr. Porter try to save Aaron; Neville devises a plan. (HD) The Middle 8:00 p.m. on WOLO The first day of school gives the entire Heck family experiences they won’t forget such as Sue realizing her freedom without Axl interrupting her campus life; Brick avoids the school bathrooms in fear of getting a swirlie; Frankie is jealous of Mike. (HD) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 9:00 p.m. on WIS Detectives Tutuola and Rollins investigate a recent string of rapes along the Upper West Side; the attorney of a famous chef opposes ADA Barba to prove his client did not shoot and kill an unarmed teen in cold blood; Benson struggles for normalcy. (HD) Criminal Minds 9:00 p.m. on WLTX As the BAU narrows down their search for a suspect in their investigation into a string of ritualistic killings, a strange connection within the family of the suspect could finally lead them to the capture of the killer. (HD) Ironside 10:00 p.m. on WIS Blair Underwood After having been stars as the para- shot on duty and plegic title detec- put in a wheelchair, tive on the WIS determined drama "Ironside," Detective Robert a remake of the Ironside leads a classic crime custom-tailored series premiering team of elite invesWednesday at tigators as they 10 p.m. take on New York’s most infamous crimes under the watch of a respectful Captain Ed Rollins. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS Parks and Recreation 8:00 p.m. on WIS Leslie, Ben and Chris visit Eagleton to talk with a city councilor about some financial matters; Ann goes with April to veterinarian school orientation, and Ron is working toward his goal of finding out how to ‘get off the grid.’ (HD) Scandal 8:00 p.m. on WOLO Joshua Malina, narrating as David Rosen, recaps the shows first two seasons, and presenting each rumor, lie and affair that has created the path the characters have followed up to this point, leaving viewers new and old ready for season three. (HD) Welcome to the Family 8:31 p.m. on WIS Dan and his wife, Caroline, were getting ready for experience of having their daughter, Molly, move away for college, but then Molly and her boyfriend announce they’re having a baby and suddenly two families have to get used to each other. (HD) The joke's on divorced reporThe Millers ter Nathan (Will 8:31 p.m. on WLTX Arnett) when A news reporter his parents fol- recovering from a low his example recent divorce finds on "The Millers," his now-single life a WLTX comedy thrown into chaos as his mother premiering moves in with him Thursday at after having marital 8:31 p.m. problems of her own with his father who has in turn moved in with his sister and her family. (HD) Grey’s Anatomy 9:00 p.m. on WOLO Meredith and Derek are finding it hard to adjust their lives to taking care of a child at home and being dedicated to work; Arizona tries to fix her marriage; Alex and Jo are figuring out their relationship; Owne and Jackson fight over finances. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS MasterChef 8:00 p.m. on WACH The 12 children prepare to compete in the season’s first mystery box challenge, but the initial pressure proves too much for several; the judges task the kids with making a restaurant quality hamburger in under one hour. (HD) Undercover Boss 8:00 p.m. on WLTX The CEO of Loehmann’s department store feels incredibly awkward while undercover in the lingerie department of his brand, but tries to help needy customers nonethe-less; the boss works to curb the attitude of an unhappy employee who mouths off. (HD) Sean Saves the A weekend World dad (Sean Hayes) 8:30 p.m. on WIS Sean is a successful is upgraded to single dad that jugthe full-time gles a career, his guardian of mother and weekhis teen daughends with his 14ter on WIS's year-old daughter "Sean Saves fairly well, but the World," airwhen that daughter ing Friday at wants to move in 8:30 p.m. his life becomes a quest to discover just how much it will take to make it all work. (HD) The Neighbors 8:31 p.m. on WOLO Jackie and Debbie start to share intimate secrets with each other as their friendship deepens, but Jackie hasn’t told anyone that ever since Larry’s father cut them off, she has been working at a local restaurant and invites her boss to dinner. (HD) Hawaii Five-0 9:00 p.m. on WLTX The Five-0 team’s investigation into a murder leads them to assist a Texas Ranger who has come to Hawaii on a search to find his missing daughter; Kono and Adam struggle to stay alive after their hidden location is discovered. (HD)


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House of Versace 8:00 p.m. on LIFE When her beloved older brother, the legendary fashion designer Gianni Versace, is murdered in cold blood, a determined Donatella Versace takes on his prestigious industry with high hopes but is soon plagued by her own personal demons. (HD) Gina Gershon Libeled Lady portrays trou8:00 p.m. on TCM bled fashion A society woman designer Donsues a newspaper atella Versace in after they print a the Lifetime libelous story original movie about her running "House of Veraway with somesace," debuting one’s husband, but Sunday at the editor, who is 8 p.m. happy that his upcoming wedding has been delayed, devises a scheme to get the heiress to drop the lawsuit. Too Cute! 9:00 p.m. on ANPL The fascinating early months of an animal’s life are chronicled from the first few awkward steps that help them to get started exploring the huge new world around them, to the days of playful interaction with new creatures and familiar faces. (HD) The Bitter Tea of General Yen 10:00 p.m. on TCM When a woman named Megan Davis arrives in Shanghai to marry a missionary during the Chinese Civil War, they are separated during the tense days of conflict, only to be saved by a Chinese warlord who falls in love with her. Twister 11:00 p.m. on AMC A retired storm chaser and his ex-wife are forced to lead a ragtag team of amateur scientists on one final, dangerous run into Oklahoma’s “Tornado Alley,” where they try to activate a revolutionary new device for tracking and understanding tornadoes. (HD)

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn aaa ‘39 Mickey Rooney. An 18th century Southern boy has many adventures along the Mississippi River. G (2:15) TCM Sat. 11:45pm.

Despicable Me aaac ‘10 Steve Carell. A master thief decides to use three orphaned girls to pull off a big heist. PG (2:00) FAM Sun. 8:00pm. Double Indemnity aaaa ‘44 Fred MacMurray. A temptress manipulates an insurance salesman into killing her husband. NR (2:00) TCM Tue. 10:00pm.

Libeled Lady aaa ‘36 Jean Harlow. A newspaper editor accidentally prints a libelous story about an heiress. NR (2:00) TCM Sat. 8:00pm. 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 (3:59) AMC Wed. 11:01pm., Thu. 4:30pm.

B A Beautiful Mind aaac ‘02 Russell Crowe. Mentally ill mathematician searches for formula to impress the academic world. PG-13 (3:00) TNT Sat. 1:00am. Bringing Up Baby aaac ‘38 Katharine Hepburn. A screwball heiress falls madly in love with a reserved paleontologist. NR (2:00) TCM Wed. 8:45am.

C Citizen Kane aaaa ‘41 Orson Welles. A determined reporter seeks the meaning behind a newspaper mogul’s dying words. NR (2:15) TCM Mon. 11:15pm. Contempt aaac ‘64 Brigitte Bardot. A wife feels she is used for financial gain and her marriage begins to break up. NR (1:45) TCM Wed. 12:45pm.

ACROSS 1. Hope or Barker 4. “American __!” 7. “The __ Squad” (1968-73) 10. “I’d like to buy __ __, Pat” 11. Bobby the Bruin 12. Santa __, CA 13. Actress on “The Mentalist” (2) 16. “__ of the State”; 1998 Will Smith movie 17. Beaver’s pal 20. Actor George 24. Rhoda’s ma 25. Suffix for Nepal or Japan 26. “Boston __” (2004-08) 29. “__ Whisperer” (2005-10) 31. Eric __; role on “NCIS: Los Angeles” 33. “The Real Housewives __ __ __” 39. Portrayer of 31 Across

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17. Abner’s adjective 18. Fruity drink 19. “__ Doll”; hit for The Four Seasons 21. Metro or Prizm 22. Beast of burden 23. “Never __ Me Go”; 2010 Carey Mulligan film 27. Mr. Vigoda 28. Jerry or Shari 29. Campbell and others 30. “I’m with __” (2003-04) 32. Not quite closed 33. “Men __ __ Certain Age” 34. “__ Better or Worse” 35. Natalie Cole’s dad 36. Adder’s goal 37. Goof 38. “Say __ to the Dress”

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Eve’s Bayou aaac ‘97 Jurnee Smollett. The youngest daughter of a Creole family discovers her parents’ frailties. R (2:30) BET Fri. 1:00am., Sat. 5:30pm.

The Matrix aaaa ‘99 Keanu Reeves. A hacker joins a shadowy collective’s struggle to free humankind from slavery. R (3:00) ION Sat. 7:00pm. A Matter of Life and Death aaac ‘46 David Niven. A young fighter pilot’s death is delayed due to a strange mix-up in heaven. NR (1:45) TCM Wed. 6:30am.

F Fast Five aaac ‘11 Vin Diesel. Former cop and ex-con team up on the wrong side of the law for one last job. PG-13 (2:30) USA Mon. 11:05pm, 1:35am. Fight Club aaaa ‘99 Brad Pitt. An underground fight club escalates into an organization dedicated to anarchy. R (3:00) AMC Tue. 11:30am.

G Gun Crazy aaac ‘50 Peggy Cummins. A hard-luck couple with a love of guns goes on a cross-country crime spree. NR (1:30) TCM Tue. 1:45am.

H His Girl Friday aaac ‘40 Cary Grant. A newspaper editor tries to convince his exwife to cover one last story. NR (1:45) TCM Fri. 6:15pm. The Holiday aaa ‘06 Cameron Diaz. Two women suffering from romance woes decide to swap homes over Christmas. PG13 (2:45) TNT Fri. 10:30pm., Sat. 5:15pm.

I Inglourious Basterds aaac ‘09 Christian Bruckner. In WWII, JewishAmerican soldiers set out to strike terror in the Third Reich. R (4:00) SPIKE Mon. 2:00pm.

K The Keys of the Kingdom aaa ‘44 Gregory Peck. A Scottish priest finds direc-

N Night of the Living Dead aaac ‘68 Judith O’Dea. Radiation from space causes corpses to return to life as flesh-eating zombies. NR (1:45) TCM Fri. 9:30pm. Notorious aaac ‘46 Cary Grant. In order to aid a dashing U.S. government agent, a woman marries a Nazi spy. NR (2:00) TCM Sun. 10:15pm.

O O Brother, Where Art Thou? aaac ‘00 George Clooney. Three bumbling chaingang fugitives embark on a cross-country odyssey. PG-13 (2:30) AMC Fri. 5:30pm, 2:00am. Of Human Bondage aaac ‘64 Kim Novak. A medical student has an unhealthy relationship with a flirty waitress. NR (1:45) TCM Tue. 2:30pm.

P Penny Serenade aaa ‘41 Irene Dunne. A woman recalls the tragedy surrounding her marriage to a newspaper editor. NR (2:00) TCM Mon. 6:00am. The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex aaac ‘39 Bette Davis. An irresistible royal romance threatens to bring civil unrest to England. NR (2:00) TCM Thu. 8:00pm.

R Rebecca aaac ‘40 Sir Laurence Olivier. A young woman uncovers a tragic secret after marrying a wealthy widower. NR (2:15) TCM Sun. 8:00pm. Rio Lobo aaac ‘70 John Wayne. A former soldier goes after some Union deserters following the Civil War. G (2:00) TCM Wed. 10:45am.

S Stagecoach aaac ‘39 John Wayne. Strangers who travel together fend off Indians and bandits from stagecoach. NR (2:00) TCM Mon. 8:00pm. Suspicion aaac ‘41 Cary Grant. A shy heiress begins to fear that her dashing husband is planning to kill her. NR (2:00) TCM Sun. 2:00pm.

T The Three Musketeers aaa ‘48 Lana Turner. A young swordsman joins forces with a trio of guards to defend Louis XIII. PG (2:45) TCM Thu. 2:30am. Trading Places aaa ‘83 Dan Aykroyd. A wealthy broker and street hustler are manipulated by wagering millionaires. R (2:43) COM Sun. 8:50am., Mon. 11:22am.

W White Nights aaac ‘57 Maria Schell. Man meets a crying girl on a bridge one night in Venice, Italy. NR (2:00) TCM Sun. 2:15am. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory aaac ‘71 Gene Wilder. A poor boy wins a golden ticket that entitles him to tour a chocolate factory. G (2:30) FAM Sun. 7:30am.

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