The Item from Sumter, South Carolina on March 24, 1983 · 4
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The Item from Sumter, South Carolina · 4

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Thursday, March 24, 1983
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PACE 4A THE DAILY ITEM - SUMTER 8C THURSDAY ames & E von is MARCH M MM Free Help For Students SUMMERTON — Clarendon County School District 1 it porticipoting in o statewide progrom to offer tro hoip to student with speciol noodt "Tho Right To Learn" gives professionol guide net developmental screening evoluotion ond diognotit and an oducationol program if necessary to children who have difficuhiot looming Signs of tpocial nood or problems seeing or flooring unusual quietness temper tantrums inability to get olong with other children health problems or problems pronouncing words Parents who suspect their children may hove a problem should call Dorothy P Choke 485-8173 from 8 o m until 4 pm or writ to the Department of Sociol Services PO Bo 38 Summerton 29148 Softball For Girls The Porks and Recreation Department is now taking registration for girls interested in playing softball The fee is $10 ond registration will end Month 31 The season will begin the end of April Registration is also being held for crochet classes and tennis lessons Crochet dosses will meet from 9 30-1 1 s30 am Mondays Tennis lessons are for adults and youth To register for either call PARD at 773-9343 Horse Show Workers Needed The Sumter Pilot Club and the Porks and Recreation Deportment will sponsor Sumter's first two-day hors show Oct 14 ond 13 Pilot Club members are working with local businesses to sell ads and sponsor classes They expect to raise $30000-30000 through the show Anyone interested in helping with the show should coll Betty Burnett chairman Cookie Salesman Recognized Angenettd D Gist has been recognized by Troop 525 for selling 300 boxes of Girt Scout cookies The daughter of Mr and Mrs Eddie Gist she is a junior at Moyewood High School Her scout adviser is Emma Thompson Gist Racing Drivers To Meet There will be a meeting of all interested race car driven ond owners at 7:30 pm tomorrow at the Sumter Speedway to discus rules for the 1 963 season The speedway is located four miles west of Sumter on WedgefteW Highway Taxidermists’ Convention The spring meeting of the South Carolina Association of Taxidermists will be held tomorrow and Saturday in the National Guard Armory On Friday the meeting will last from 2-4 pm with an in-house buffet at 7 pm Cost of the meal is $4 Beginning at 9 am Saturday there will be a competition and judges from the National Association of Taxidermists will choose the best trophies The competition will be open to the publk from 1 1 am until 5 pm Taxidermists who wish to attend the buffet should call Sook Reynold at 775-1442 for reservations Doll Show Scheduled LAKE CITY — There will be a doll show at the lake City Presbyterian Chuich fellowship hall from 10 am until 5 pm Saturday sponsored by Carolina Academy Cost of admission is $1 for adults and 50 cents for children A handmade wooden rocking hors will be given away Cost of tickets is 50 cents Store Clerk Robbed By Man With Knife Law enforcement agthontiee are looking for a man who stole $250 from a convenience store register after holding a clerk at knifepoint last night The clerk at Young's Market at 409 Broad St told sheriff's deputies that a man came in the store picked up some grocery items and approached the cotin ter He told the clerk be had to go outside and see if his strife warned anything The clerk said that when the man returned be asked for a carton of cigarettes As the clerk vent to a storage area where the cigarettes were kept be said the customer pulled a large knife held it against his neck and threw him into the storage area and shut the door The robber apparently then took the money and left the store He was described as a black man about 5-foot-10-inches Ull and about 160 pounds He was wearing a beige shirt and jeans Reports from Use Sumter County Correctional Center said that Martin Williams Jr 37 of 30-B Kant St was charged Monday with driving under the Influence third offense and driving under suspension by the South Carolina Highway Patrol He was released under a 51202 surety bond Tuesday Mark P Gryzanowicz If of 700 Shatford Road was charged Tuesday with second-offense driving under suspension and a violation of state vehicle inspection laws by the highway patrol He was released under a $500 surety bond and a $35 cash bead The patrol charged Adam Rkhbow 17 of Boa I Horatio with driving under the influence Tuesday He was ralanaed under a 200 bond Two roar tires and rims and a 11-volt battery were stolen after Kenneth Myers of Borden left his car whoa be ran out of gas on a secondary road this morning Myers told deputies that the tires were 15-inch Keystone brand mags He left his car about two miles off Black River Road Latest Lead Into 1-95 Murders Fails By CHRIS SOSNOWSKI ITEM Staff Writer Investigators had a glimmer of hope this week in identifying at least one of the victims of double-murder case that is more than six years old but like ail the leads in the past it fell through Earlier this week a woman who said she was from a law enforcement agency in Boston Mass called Sumter County sheriff's investigators and said she thought she might have uncovered the identity of the young woman whose body was found near Interstate 95 on Aug 9 1976 She said the was cleaning out a missing and unidentified dead persons file when she came across a teletype from Sumter County about the discovery of the bodies of a girl and a young man by a passing trucker on a remote dirt strip known as Locklair Road The woman said she connected that report with one from Lexington County about a girl reported missing In July of that year whose description was similar to that of the interstate victim However the girl reported missing in July of 1976 returned the following August according to sheriff s Lt Hugh Mathis Mack G Bailey Sr and Mack G Bailey Ill celebrated their birthday as grandfather and grandson Mack Sr born March 23 1927 at 12:35 am resides in Dalzell and is retired from the Air Force Mack III bom March 23 1982 at 12:25 am lives in Horatio with his parents and older sister Vicki Their families wish them a very Happy Birthday The dead girl "Jane Doe” was described as being in her late teens 5-foot-5 and about 106 pounds with reddish brown hair and grey eyes She was wearing cut-offs a pink halter top and white blouse and wedge sandals She wore three sterling siver rings of Indian or Mexican design The missing girl was described as 5-foot-4 and about 100 pounds with brown hair Mathis said there were more specific similarities in the descriptions but that be had been unable to obtain a copy of the missing persona report from the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department That report also stated that the missing girl was in the company of an unidentified male Lee Rabies Clinics Rabtea clinics are scheduled in Lae County each Saturday through April 23 beginning this Saturday State law requires that all dogs be vaccinated against rabies annually Officials say it is most important that animals be vaccinated this year because rabies is spreading in South Carolina and several rabid raccoons were found in Sumter County last year Although it is not required by state law vaccinations are also recommended for cats Clinic will be scheduled later in Sumter and Clarendon counties The fee it $3 an animal Saturday 9-10:30 am — Biahopville High School Cedar Lane 10:45 am-noon — Lee County Highway Department 2-4 pm — Lee County Health Department April 2 9-10:30 am — Lynchburg Town Hall 11 am- noon — Caughman’s in Elliott 2-2:45 pm — St Charles Post Office 3-4 p m — Houser’s Supermarker Manville April 6 9-10:30 am — Woodrow Grocery Woodrow 10 45 a m - noon — Chewmng Grocery Red Hill 2-2:46 pm — Joyner Shell Ionial 3-4 pm — Miller’s Old Store Cedar Creek April 16 9-10 am — JAR Grocery Lucknow 10:15 am-noon — Fountain Grocery Turkey Creek 3-3 pm — Gene Smith’s Grocery Stokes Bridge 3-4 pm — Don Grant’s Store Cyprees April 33 9-10 am — AA Shirley’s Store Una Akot 10:13-11:15 am — Reynold's Store Lee State Put 11:30 am - 1 pm — Lee County Health Girl' English Sandals Sixes 3-0 Sixes SVk-12 Perfect for school or dress this versatile shoe is made of genuine leather uppers and durable long-wearing nuclear sole White navy burgundy Jack ’s 337 W Liberty plenty of free parking Department Bishopvllle rtT 1 1 ii minium min miixiiiiiiiiiiiiriiniiii CHECK US OUTI DRAMA COMEDY CLASSICS SPORTS NORROR SELF HELP CHILDREN sl ) ' fj LV- rvj 1 7 if If? 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