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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - June 23, 2011, Aiken, South Carolina THURSDAY, JUNE 23.2011 SUZANNE STONE/STAFF LOOKING AT DINNER: Vegetarian Robert Edinger has converted host of his backyard into a vegetable garden. NSIDE TODAY: MVRA PLAYS HOST TO MACHINE-PITCH ALL-STAR BASEBALL ACTION AREA DEATHS Joan Margaret Entoe Sims, New Ellenton SEE DEATHS AND FUNERALS 6A INSIDE Calendar....... SC Movie Listings.., SC Classifieds 56 Opinions... 11A Crossword....... 4C Sports....... IB Comics...... 3C World News....... 10A Horoscopes. 4C TV Listings....... 2C Living On The Go IC Weather ..... SC SEE LOCkt PHOTOS OKUN! AT FOCUSONYOtJ AiKENSJANDARO COM e"3400?"0000 REPORTER TWEET @GOASUSYhttPy/ Free seminar (Thursday) at Cumberland Village!! Gotta love free seminars:) Follow all of our reporters on the Twitter feed at Th* rabats si good to»«wck atty iterrHs) pun based on ti* same invoke as the Mac such as Applecart, software, accessories, primers, etc.The rebate cannot be used on the Mac itself, (Pad, iPod or Apple TV products Mac models that qualify for this program are the Mac Book, MacBook Pro, Mac Book Air, and iMac You must qualify for Apples Educational purchase program to be eligible for this rebate This includes college students, parents buying for college students, or teachers, administrators and staff at ail grade levels. This offer may be combined with our $100 printer rebate program Printer rebate: Quantities limited bruited time offer Quantity limits apply Other restrictions apply Please see store for details ^__-___  —_,______  <SSS    SSS**, IN THE NEWS Edgar Cato remembered •Edgar Cato passed away Tuesday at the age of 86. Cato, along with his father and brother, founded Cato women's clothing stores. The renaissance man was also an avid sailor and Master of the Hounds for Flat Branch Foxhounds. I ~ rn HOW    IS    IT? 92° 90" TODAY TOMORROWYOUR LOCAL SOURCE SINCE 1867 Back 2 School HOO instant rebate* Buy a new Mac with Apple Education pricing from June 16 thru Sept 20 and get a $100 instant rebate at Peachmac. peachmac ipads • macs • ipods • software • service Washington Rd across from Club Car • 706.922.9020 • BEN BAUGH/STAFF SFI STORY, 6A YOUR RESPONSE “When is the next election? Does anyone know how you go about running for the seat? Tea Party folks need to take these seats.” TONYHARKIN Comment posted on in reference to the story headlined “Aiken School Board raises taxes.” COOL TIP: Stay inside and eat frozen treats during the hottest times of the day SEE WEATHER, 6CLOCAL POLLWhat do you think ol the progress on the parkways downtown? ‘Basso an an omm poll as of 8 30 pm Wedr^soay Vial afcenstandard com lo ypta hi tuday's pofi L KAREN DAILY/STAFF HANDLE WITH CARE: Officials suited up In HAZMAT gear to enter a home on Palm Drive where a meth lab was in operation. Tips bust Southside meth labs BY KAREN DAILY [email protected] TWo tips phoned in to Aiken Public Safety on Wednesday alerted narcotics investigators to a meth lab at a Southside hotel and another at a Palm Drive residence, according to officials. Five arrests were made as a result of the searches, said Sgt. Aaron Dowdy, a spokesperson tor Aiken Public Safety. Narcotics investigators w ith the Aiken County Shentl s Office assisted Aiken police with the labs. SEE METH 12A Tipsey hearing moved to July BY ANNA DOLIANITIS adoliamns&aikenstandard. com A hearing scheduled hr Wednesday in federal court in Augusta to I lear testimony on whether a preliminary injunction barring an Aiken |>ub from using the Tipsey McStumbles logo and trade name should continue was postponed The hearing was rescheduled to mid-July after the defense tiled a nag urn stating that a key w itness would be unavailable to testify Wednesday, according to court documents. The civil suit was filed in U.S District Court in Augusta in April by Augusta Tipsey McStumbles owner Michael Anglin SEE TIPSEY, 12A State budget to impact county BOE Growing meals BY SUZANNE R. STONE [email protected] comBY ROB NOVITmovit&aikenstandard com The Aiken County Board of Education won’t increase its school operations millage in the 2011 -12 budget but will proceed with sev eral projects, including a revamped alternative education program The School Board proceeded Tuesday with a9 mill increase for its debt service budget, which will lead to addn tonal funds for school improvements and general maintenance The SC. House of Representatives nar lowly approved the state budget Wednesday, which has now moved to the Senate. The bud get contains $56 million in additional funds for K-12 education. The General Assembly had already moved the per-pupil allocation Robert Edinger has lived in Aiken since December and has turned the backyard of his Silver Bluff Road rental home into a bountiful garden. The high fence around the backyard is tined with tomato plants that reach up over the wooden boards and are yielding a bumper crop of cherry tomatoes. By the house are German Johnson and German Queen tomato plants starting to yield slicing tomatoes. Along one side of the fence are red, yellow and green peppers, yellow squash, cucumbers, watermelon and egg plant. A vegetarian, the bulk of Edinger’s diet comes from his garden, cither as a saute, a stew or a garden pasta sauce. SEE GARDEN 12A SUZANNE STONE/STAFF Cherry tomatoes are thriving in Robert Edinger s kitchen garden from 'v 1617 in the current year to $ 1,788. The additional funds would increase the allocation to $1,880, prov idmg about $2 million more for the Aiken t ounty School District SC Gov. Nik kl Haley had promised to veto an early Senate proposal of providing $105 million addition for K-12 but has made no comment about the lower amount. Rep Roland Smith, R Warrenville, the Aiken C ounty legislative Delegation chairman, said he couldn’t predict if Haley would veto the latest measure and if such a veto could be overridden. The board is taking a chance, board member Levi Green acknow (edged, but he has confidence that the funds will come through.SEE BOE 12A ROB NO VIT/STAFFAiken County Superintendent Dr. Beth Everitt, left, talks with We the People Aiken co-founder Debbie Nix during a board meeting Tuesday * ;