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Man arrested in Broad Street fatal hit and run BY BRADEN BUNCH bbunch@theitem.com The Sumter Police Department has arrested a man in connection with a fatal hit-and-run wreck on Broad Street late Friday night. Tyrone Willie Dennis, 25, of 2895 Bend K Drive in Sumter has been charged with leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death after turning himself in to

authorities at about 5 a.m. Saturday. According to police, Dennis struck 54-year-old Sumter resident Isabelle Shannon with his car about 9:20 p.m. Friday as she stood next to her disabled van on Broad Street between the intersections of Milton Road and Carolina Avenue. Dennis’ vehicle crashed into Shannon’s van, as well as another car which had

stopped to assist her. Shannon was pronounced dead at the scene. While there were no other fatalities stemming from the incident, preliminary reports indicate there was at DENNIS least one other person transported from the scene by Sumter County Emergency Medical Services

with what are said to be minor, non-life threatening injuries. Police said the suspect’s vehicle continued west along Broad Street for about two blocks before he stopped the car and ran from the scene, leaving the car parked on the road. The three-block stretch of Broad Street between Highland Avenue and Milton Road near downtown was

blocked off for several hours, preventing any traffic along that portion of the city’s major thoroughfare while emergency responders worked the crime scene. Sumter County Coroner Harvin Bullock said a regulatory autopsy would be conducted but that it was clear the cause of death was excessive blunt-force trauma. SEE HIT AND RUN, PAGE A5

Post office releases Althea Gibson stamp BY ROBERT J. BAKER bbaker@theitem.com

Man’s death a mystery 5 years later BY BRISTOW MARCHANT bmarchant@theitem.com Five years is a long time to wait to find out how your loved one died. The family of Charles Way knows some details, but not enough for closure, of what happened to him on Aug. 18, 2008. The 66-year-old retired postal worker was found by his WAY daughter on the floor of his Grace Lane home, dead of a gunshot wound to the abdomen. But who pulled the trigger and SEE WAY, PAGE A5

Before there were Serena and Venus, there was Althea. Althea Gibson was the first black, male or female, to rise to the stratosphere of the international tennis world, and now a U.S. postal stamp will commemorate her contributions to the sports world and civil rights. Released on Friday, the stamp is the 36th in the U.S. Postal Service’s Black Heritage Series. Born in 1927 in Silver, north of Summerton, Gibson was the first black tennis player to win Wimbledon, U.S. Open and French Open when she did so in the 1950s. She was the first black athlete selected as the Associated Press’ Female Athlete of the Year, which like her Wimbledon and Gibson, seen here after her 1957 WimU.S. wins, she accomplished bledon win, ultimately won that title twice. She was also doubles twice, the same number of times she champion at Wimbledon won what is now called the U.S. Open. three times from 1956-58 She was the first black to win either with British player Angela title. Buxton, American Darlene Hard and Brazil’s Maria FILE PHOTOS Bueno, respectively. “In sports, you simply Trailblazing tennis star Althea Gibson competes in the first round of Wimbledon, in aren’t considered a real England, on June 26, 1956. Gibson, who went on to win the French Open, the U.S. Nachampion until you have tionals and was named the Female Athlete of the Year in 1957 by The Associated Press, will now be honored with a stamp from the U.S. Postal Service, and a ceremony will be SEE GIBSON, PAGE A4 held Friday at the South Carolina State Museum to commemorate the milestone.

Alice Drive Baptist to start Monday night service BY JADE ANDERSON janderson@theitem.com A local church is continuing its mission of trying “to help as many people as possible take their next step toward Jesus Christ” by adding a Monday night service.

“We’re trying to reach people that either can’t or won’t come on Sunday,” said Condy Richardson, outreach pastor at Alice Drive Baptist Church. “We baptized a man at the 8:30 a.m. service (Aug. 11) that works third shift. He

wanted to be baptized and was glad to do it, but he said he’d be happy when we start Monday night worship service. “Then there is the second category that just won’t. They have a preconceived notion of

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Graham opponent speaks to TEA Party BY BRISTOW MARCHANT bmarchant@theitem.com The field of challengers to Lindsey Graham is growing. Since Richard Cash spoke to last month’s meeting of the Sumter TEA Party, two other challengers to South Carolina’s senior senator have announced their intention to run in next year’s Republican primary — Charleston businesswoman Nancy Mace and this month’s TEA Party speaker, state Sen. Lee Bright. The senator from Spartanburg made an early campaign stop to Thursday’s meeting at the Elks Lodge on West Liberty Street, attempting to draw as stark a contrast between himself and Graham as possible. Talking about Graham’s often high profile in the national media and his recent trip to Egypt, Bright said that as senator he would be focused on South Carolina’s needs, not “traveling the world with John McCain on behalf of Barack Obama being a community organizer for the Muslim Brotherhood.” In his time in the state Senate, Bright said he’s received

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top marks from the Tea Party, a 100 percent rating from the state Club for Growth, filibustered two state budgets and opposed taking money from the 2009 stimulus. In a discussion with another legislator, Bright said, his colleague once called him “flexible as concrete.” Now turning his attention to national politics, Bright said he “thanked God for Jim DeMint” but opposed Graham for his more moderate tone and willingness to reach across the aisle. In particular, he stressed his opposition to

Graham’s support for comprehensive immigration reform, the National Security Agency’s data-collection program and his votes to approve Obama’s Supreme Court nominees. “Being an American used to mean something,” Bright said, “but now they’re destroying it and letting people come in here illegally and call themselves American.” He contrasted Graham’s position on the NSA with his own position on smaller government. “He can trade his rights away if he wants to, but

he swore an oath to uphold the Constitution, so he can’t give mine away.” Bright seemed to relish the opposition his stances draw. His own father-in-law once told him he couldn’t win his race for the state Senate because he didn’t “bring home the bacon,” and while canvassing for re-election he ran into a voter who told Bright he opposed him because he voted against the man’s “pet project.” But to create less government and move power from the federal government to the states and the private sphere, he feels the government needs more of what Bright’s colleague called his “flexibility.” He cited Ted Cruz, R-Texas, in the Senate and Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., in the House as the kind of people in Congress who can solve the nation’s problems. “It’s not that I’m inflexible, but if it means more government, I’m against it, and if it means less government, I’m for it,” he said. Bright said he thinks Americans can handle themselves without government help, noting he was born be-

fore the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency, “but I could still breathe.” When Charleston suffered a devastating earthquake in 1886, there was no federal emergency response. “The mayor just sent out something to the papers saying ‘please send us these items,’” he said, “then another saying ‘don’t send any more. We don’t need it.’” The crowd at the Sumter TEA Party meeting this week seemed to like what they heard, responding to several of Bright’s comments with a round of applause. “I think he’s good for our country,” said Shirley O’Quinn, who when asked what she liked about Bright, responded “pretty much everything he said.” Another TEA Party member, Debbie Thompson, said she was glad to see Bright already getting attention this early in the election cycle. “I had heard him on Glenn Beck,” she said, referring to a conservative commentator who can be heard on television and radio broadcasts. Reach Bristow Marchant at (803) 774-1272.

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Frank Baker, interim superintendent of Sumter School District, right, hands a box of school supply bags to Wilder Elementary School Principal David Wright at the Gear Up for Learning distribution at St. Anne’s Catholic School. Gear Up for Learning, a school supply drive coordinated by United Ministries, collected enough school supplies to fill 1,850 bags of supplies for students in various grade levels. Churches, businesses and individuals donated the supplies and money to purchase needed items, and volunteers from United Ministries sorted and stacked them for easy pickup by representatives from Sumter School District schools. Many of the supplies have already been distributed to needy students during the first week of school. Parents of students in need who have not received supplies are encouraged to contact their child’s teacher or guidance counselor.

At Tuesday’s meeting of Sumter City Council, council took action on several items: • Council voted to authorize City Manager Deron McCormick to negotiate a contract with Carolina Wrecking Inc. of Columbia to demolish vacant retail buildings at 14-20 N. Main St., which formerly housed Maxway and Citi Trends. The resolution specifies the contract is not to exceed $200,000. Work on the project could begin within 45 to 60 days. • Council approved a contract with TCO Construction of Sumter for expansion of the Mayesville spray field, which is owned by city utilities. The expansion is required to meet state Department of Health and Environmental Control requirements and will expand capacity from 100,000 to 125,000 gallons. TCO’s bid on the project was $89,115.65. • Third and final reading approval was given to the rezoning of two separate undeveloped tracts totaling 3.81 acres on Lewis Road south of McCrays Mill Road from single-family residential to multifamily residential. • Elizabeth Shannon was appointed to a three-year term on the Housing and Economic Development Board. — Bristow Marchant

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County Council has full Tuesday agenda Sumter County Council will hold a specially called meeting Tuesday to discuss landscaping and the capital projects sales tax. Council will meet in its council chambers at 13 E. Canal St. at 4 p.m. for the specially called meeting, prior to its regularly scheduled meeting at 6 p.m. The special meeting will be held to discuss changes to the county’s land use ordinance. Council had previously

discussed changes to the ordinance requirements for landscaping around commercial developments in unincorporated portions of the county. Council members will also receive information on collection of the capital projects sales tax and updates on some of the projects it funds. At its regular meeting, council will hold a hearing on the repeal of certain provisions in county ordinances for multi-county economic development parks, including the entire

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S.C. Mental Health to use land sale cash for repairs COLUMBIA (AP) — The South Carolina Department of Mental Health will spend the $15 million it gets for selling land in downtown Columbia for building and equipment maintenance instead of directly on patient care. But the agency said the money will indirectly help

patients because the department has to do the repairs and that money would have been taken out of the budget for patient care had the land not been sold. “The Bull Street campus is eventually going to go away. It’s superfluous to our mission. The truth is the campus costs us money

we’d rather be spending on services,� Mark Binkley, a mental health department deputy director who negotiated the sales contract, said. But mental health advocates think the agency is missing a chance to improve care after years of cutbacks. The agency has lost $87

million in funding since 2008. “I would hate for all that money to go to capital needs when there is such a need for more psychiatrists, more psychiatric nurses. I would rather see it go to services than bricks and mortar,� said Bill Lindsey, director of the state chapter of the National Alliance on

Mental Illness. The agency is selling 165 acres to Greenville developer Bob Hughes. The $15 million will be paid in installments over seven years. The Department of Mental Health will also be given a part of any profit if the land is sold.

POLICE BLOTTER CHARGES:

Jermaine D. Sweat, 35, of 70 Lakeshore Drive, was arrested Thursday and charged with two counts of pointing a firearm. On Aug. 10, Sweat reportedly pointed a handgun at two victims during an argument in the 3000 block of Artesian Drive. Quianna M. Rembert, 28, of 23 Harrison St., was arrested Thursday and charged with accessory to a felony. On Aug. 10, Rembert reportedly pulled a gun from under her car seat and handed it to a suspect who pointed the weapon at two victims during an argument in the 3000 block of Artesian Drive. Allen Preston Truesdale, 49, of 517 Coachman Drive, Apt. B, was arrested Wednesday after he was stopped on McCrays Mill Road near Pinewood Road at 3:36 p.m. and charged with driving under suspension, fourth offense, and being a habitual traffic offender. ASSAULT:

At 8:05 p.m. Thursday, police responded to a fight at the corner of Atlantic and Manning avenues. A

45-year-old man told police two 51-year-old men attacked him and he fought them off with a stick. The other two men said the man came after them with the stick. One of the men was reportedly bleeding from a cut to his cheek and had loose teeth, and the other man had several lumps on his head. They declined medical treatment. SHOOTING:

At 4:02 a.m. Thursday, several shots were reportedly fired into a home in the 1000 block of Marilyn Avenue. Eleven 9 mm shell casings, eight .40-caliber shell casings, two complete .40-caliber rounds and 28 .223 rifle casings were recovered from the roadway. Four bullet fragments were recovered from inside the home, which had several bullet holes in the front. No one was inside the home at the time of the shooting. VANDALISM:

Someone entered a church building in the 200 block of North Main Street between 3 and 6 p.m. Thursday and forced open four doors in the teaching area. Nothing was re-

| ported stolen, but the damage to the doors is estimated at $600. STOLEN PROPERTY:

A silver 2006 Chrysler 300 was reportedly stolen from the 1100 block of Narrow Paved Road in Lynchburg between 5:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Tuesday. The car is valued at $15,000. Two air-conditioning units were reportedly stolen from the 3000 block of Broad Street between July 20 and 7:10 p.m. Wednesday. The units are valued at $12,000. A 50-inch flatscreen TV, an Xbox 360, a Remington 12gauge shotgun, a Ruger 257 rifle, a .22-caliber bolt-action rifle and various video games were reportedly stolen from the 1000 block of Marilyn Avenue between 6 p.m. Wednesday and 7:30 a.m. Thursday. The items are valued at $4,215. A 47-inch flat-screen TV, two laptop computers, a PlayStation 3, eight fitted ball caps, a jewelry box and a wallet were reportedly stolen from the 2600 block of Kolb Road between 12:30 and 1:30 p.m. Thursday. The items are valued at $3,225.

A 50-inch TV, a PlayStation 3, a PlayStation 2, 10 video games and a DVD player were reportedly stolen from the first block of South Milton Street between 6 and 8:30 p.m. Thursday. The items are valued at $2,600. An Xbox, a PlayStation 3, a gold tennis bracelet, a 19-inch flatscreen TV, a laptop computer with a brown HP laptop bag and a black suitcase were reported stolen from the 1000 block of Wellington Road at 9:27 p.m. Wednesday. The items are valued at $1,870. A 13-inch flatscreen TV and a black CD player were reportedly stolen from the first block of Middle Street between 10 a.m. and 4:05 p.m. Monday.

The items are valued at $600. A black diamondback .380 handgun and a wallet were reported stolen from a truck in the 300 block of Pinewood Road at 12:59 a.m. Friday. The items are valued at $560. Two Garmin GPS units and a Larsen 9 mm handgun were reported stolen from three vehicles parked in the 800 block of Colony Road at 7:46 a.m. Tuesday. The items are valued at $420. A Bersa .380-caliber handgun was reported stolen from an unlocked car in the 1300 block of Goodson

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defended your title successfully,� Gibson told The Item in 1999. “Winning it once can be a fluke. Winning it twice proves you are the best.� Gibson’s stamp was unveiled Friday by the U.S. Postal Service at a ceremony in Flushing, N.Y. The stamp of the woman already featured on Sports Illustrated covers and Wheaties boxes will be commemorated locally at 1 p.m. Friday by the South Carolina State Museum on Gervais Street in Columbia. “We are proud and elated that Althea has been honored with a U.S. postal stamp,� said second cousin Don Felder in an email to The Item. “It places her in the company of the many other great Americans.� The woman who became known as “The Jackie Robinson of Tennis� was born Aug. 25, 1927, in Silver, north of Summerton, to sharecroppers working plots in the small, rural community. At 3, along with brother “Bubba� and sister Mildred, Gibson and her family moved to Harlem, N.Y. At 14, Gibson caught the interest of Lynchburg, Va., doctor and tennis instructor Dr. Walter Johnson as she was training. Johnson would later train the late Arthur Ashe, another black tennis great. Before Gibson’s rise to stardom in the sport, black players were forced to participate in the American Tennis Association instead of the inter-

nationally recognized, white National Lawn Association. Through 1956, Gibson dominated the all-black circuit, winning her first of 10 straight championships in 1947. She entered her first U.S. Open in 1950, after four-time national champion Alice Marble wrote an article in American Lawn Tennis (ALT) magazine that the only reason for Gibson’s exclusion was bigotry. She told ALT players that if Gibson offered a challenge to the best in their association, that challenge should be addressed on the court. That year, Gibson made it to the second round of competition at the U.S. Open, and she competed in her first Wimbledon tournament a year later. She won her first major title, the French Open, in 1956, following it with her Wimbledon and U.S. Open titles for two years afterward. She was ranked the No. 1 female tennis player in the world during that stretch. Retiring after her Wimbledon wins, she recorded an album, appeared in “The Horse Soldiers� with John Wayne and toured with the Harlem Globetrotters, playing exhibition tennis matches during their shows. She also joined the Ladies Professional Golf Association tour in 1964, competing for 14 seasons, though she never rose above a second-place finish. “She was an athlete not unlike (Olympian and LPGA founding member) Babe (Didrikson Zahirias),� said former LPGA standout Judy Rankin in an Item file story. “She came along during a difficult time in golf, gained

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the support of a lot of people and quietly made a difference.� The late Sen. Alex Harvin, D-Summerton, told The Item in 2002 that Gibson remained devoted to her home county, although she only lived there for three years. “Whenever somebody would ask her where she was from, she would say with a smile on her face and pride in her heart that she was from Silver, South Carolina,� he said. “If you didn’t know where that was, that was your problem.� Felder said his cousin “always wanted to be somebody.� Gibson herself wrote that in her autobiography. “The issuance of this postal stamp validates that Althea Gibson is somebody,� Felder said. “Having to enter tennis courts through back doors, beating her opponents and then again having to exit from back doors, she (still) remained focused and went on to excel in tennis. She is an inspiration to our family and a role model to the youth and adults in our family.� Reach Robert J. Baker at (803) 774-1211.

Silver native Althea Gibson, the first black woman to win a Wimbledon tennis title, will be the subject of the 36th stamp in the Black Heritage Series. Gibson, who died in 2003, twice captured the Wimbledon and U.S. titles in her sport.

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WAY from Page A1 why remains a mystery. There were no signs of forced entry, and nothing in the house was stolen. Way even had a gold bracelet and watch still on his wrist. Way’s neighbors didn’t report seeing or hearing anything unusual. For half a decade, that’s where the case has stood. Last Sunday, family members ran an ad marking the anniversary along with a call for anyone with information about the case to come forward. Information leading to an arrest and conviction of Way’s killer could earn a reward of $15,000. Born and raised in Sumter, Way joined the Army out of school and was stationed in Germany in the early 1960s. When he came back to the U.S., he worked for 30 years with the Sumter Post Office. In retirement, he started a side business buying and selling used cars from home. His wife, Dora, passed away from cancer in 2006, but he was always in touch with his two daughters, five grandchildren and his siblings living nearby. “We stayed close, and with my mom being sick, we were there for each other,� said daughter Robin Miles. “He was just a good man. He didn’t meet a stranger, and he took good care of my mom until her death.� Way’s sister Dotsy Prescott spoke to her brother the night before his death, letting him know she’d be staying one more night at the beach before driving back to Sumter. When she got home the next day, Prescott tried to call him between 3:30 and 4 p.m. but couldn’t get through. “I tried his house phone and his cellphone and he didn’t pick up, and he usually answers one of those,� she said. “So I called Robin and said ‘you need to check on him. He’s not answering his phone.’� A short time later, Prescott received another call from her niece. “All she said was ‘I need you now’,� Prescott remembers. Way was home alone when he was shot sometime between 11:30 a.m., the last time a call was made from the home’s phone, and 4:30 p.m., when his daughter found him, lying face down in the laundry room near the back door. Family members who quickly gathered at the house initially thought he might have died from natural causes. “He’d been complaining of stomach pains and they thought he may have collapsed,� said Lt. Robert Burnish with the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office. “They called the coroner and EMS out there, and when they were moving him they saw the bullet wound.� Burnish was one of the sheriff’s deputies who responded after it became apparent the house was a crime scene. Only a little physical evidence was recovered: a shell casing from a small-caliber handgun found in the living room and an “indentation� on

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A billboard is seen previously advertising the search for Charles Way’s killer. Family members recently marked the five-year anniversary of the day the retired postal worker was discovered shot to death in his home. The case remains open. ITEM FILE PHOTO

the metal portion of a screen door leading to the car port, which investigators suspect might have been caused by a gun firing. With that information, law enforcement developed a rough theory of what happened. “Either he met somebody he knew at that door, or he surprised somebody at the door who was trying to break in,� Burnish said. Way was apparently shot at the door to the car port, which family members found open at the time they arrived. Injured, he then ran through the house, trying to reach the back door on the other side of the laundry room. He never made it. Prescott remembers him still having the TV remote in

his hand when he was found. The side door led into an open-air car port where Way had a couple of cars he was working on to resell. Anyone could have walked up to the door from the street. The killing was devastating for Miles, especially coming so close after the loss of her mother. For years afterward, she worries the killer is someone she knows. “The average person, they don’t think this can happen to them,� she said, “but it can happen right in the comfort of your own home.� Recently, Burnish went back over the case and is working with State Law Enforcement Division agents to review the evidence and talk again with

potential witnesses and others who knew Way. His family appreciates the continued effort to bring the case to a close. “We try not to bug them,� Prescott said, “but we want them to know we’re very much interested in having this solved ... we didn’t want them to forget about it.� “Somebody knows something,� Burnish said, “and we’re asking them to help.� Anyone with information about the killing of Charles Way is asked to call the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office at (803) 436-2000 or Crime Stoppers, which is also offering a reward in the case, at 1-888-CRIME-SC (2746372) or (803) 4362718. All callers can remain anonymous.

HIT AND RUN from Page A1 “That was one of the worst I’ve ever seen,� said the coroner. Investigators had identified Dennis as the suspect late Friday night, obtained an arrest warrant and were in the process of searching for him when he turned himself in to police. Dennis could face additional charges. He is being held at the Sumter-Lee Regional Detention Center pending a bond hearing, scheduled for Monday. Reach Braden Bunch at (803) 774-1201.

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N.Y. sanctuaries take in animals escaping slaughter home to nearly 90 store- ly fed and front slaughter markets, cared for,” a number that has near- said Imran NEW YORK — WinLucky Lady, a sheep, stands in 2008 in a meadow at Farm ly doubled in the last Uddin, owner of the Sanctuary in Watkins Glen, N.Y., where she was brought in ston escaped death to two decades because of Madani Halal live mar2007 after roaming the streets of New York’s South Bronx find a piglet’s paradise. an influx of immigrants ket in Queens’ Ozone after her escape from an auction house. The little piggy found accustomed to cooking Park neighborhood. As wandering this summer with freshly butchered he speaks, a young goat along a bustling Queens meats. pokes its nose through a boulevard is among Reading signs and chain-link fence and hundreds prices often playfully nibbles at his of animals written in shirt. — includArabic, HeA retail menu scribing cows, brew or bled on a blackboard sheep, Spanish, one day included a goats and customers young roasting chicken chickens typically at $1.65 a pound, pigeon — that apchoose — also called squab — parently their dinner for $8 apiece, and a managed from birds water duck for $13. to flee in fluttering in None of Uddin’s anirecent cages or mals has ever escaped, years from goats and but he said some from New York sheep starlive markets in the surCity’s ing from rounding residential growing pens. In neighborhood have gotnumber of separate ten away in the past. urban spaces, anislaughter mals are markets. slaughtered PHOTOS BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and evisEscaping to the Farm Sanctuary rescue team cerated at member Mario Ramirez lightningstreets holds a piglet, later named fast speed amid Winston, on July 26 after he following honking was found wandering alone the halal Iscars and down College Point Boule- lamic pracbusy pevard, in the Queens borough tice or kodestrians of New York. comes sher Jewish with a tradition. beautiful reward for “Halal to me means those lucky enough to more than just the survive: a trip to an anislaughter; it starts on mal sanctuary in the the farm, and we make wide open spaces north sure animals are properof the city where they can live out their days without fear of becoming someone’s dinner. “None of them come to us friendly,” said $ Susie Coston, director of the Farm Sanctuary, which has taken in more than 500 farm animals from the city in the last 325 Broad Street decade. “They know Sumter, SC 29150 www.ColonialFamilyPractice.com what blood smells like, and they’re very scared and high-strung, running to get away.” The case of Winston, so named by newspaper readers who followed his fate, is hardly unusual. The little porker had apparently been on the lam for days in an area with many storefront slaughterhouses before he was caught by city animal-control officers. They turned him over to the sanctuary, and his home now is a five-hour drive and a world away, on a 175-acre farm in Watkins Glen, where he is free to frolic. “Winston is doing magnificently well,” Coston said, adding that he “spends his nights rooting in the dirt and mud and spinning and playing with his best friend Ruby, a piglet who recently fell off a Pictured from left to right: Tripp Kemp, J.B. Schwiers and Chris Bradham transport truck.” Other residents there include Maxine, a cow caught in Queens six years ago after a police chase. A tag on Maxine’s back with numbers and bar codes indicated she was headed for slaughbanking and lending experience. They understand the ag At First Citizens, our roots in South Carolina’s rural ter, as were a lamb business and, most important, understand what it takes to communities go back over a century. So, we know that found hoofing it through help you succeed. when it comes to helping farmers with their financial the South Bronx and a needs, experience matters. ›Loans for equipment, crop production and land acquisition goat rescued from a ›:Xj_DXeX^\d\ekj\im`Z\j That’s why we’re proud to have J.B. Schwiers, Chris Bradham busy Brooklyn intersec›9lj`e\jjXe[g\ijfeXcZ_\Zb`e^XZZflekj and Tripp Kemp on our Agricultural Banking team. Together, tion. these South Carolina natives have more than 50 years of ›I\k`i\d\ekXe[\jkXk\gcXee`e^ More than 100 chickens were on the loose at various times in the last Contact us today. year alone, along with 27 ducks, three goats J.B. Schwiers and a pig, according to Agricultural Business Director the city’s animal control (864) 630-0847 agency. Officials said esTripp Kemp Chris Bradham caped animals are Agricultural Relationship Manager Agricultural Relationship Manager sometimes claimed by (803) 747-9171 (803) 983-5521 the slaughterhouses or Serving Orangeburg and surrounding counties Serving the Pee Dee urban farms from which they fled, but that is rare. Equal Housing Lender/Member FDIC Loans subject to approval and acceptable collateral. FirstCitizensonline.com New York City is BY VERENA DOBNIK Associated Press Writer

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Is King’s dream reality? In changed city, yes and no BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — When he boarded a Greyhound bus on his way to Princeton University, Glennon Threatt promised himself he’d never come back here. As a young black man, he saw no chance to fulfill his dreams in a city burdened by the ghosts of its segregated past. Helen Shores Lee left Birmingham years earlier, making the same pledge not to return. A daughter of a prominent civil rights lawyer, she wanted to escape a city tarnished by Jim Crow laws — the “white� and “colored� fountains, the That was the Birlegislation. segregated bus seating, mingham of the past. This is the Birmingthe daily indignities The city that King con- ham of the present: she rebelled against as demned for its “ugly The airport is named a child. record of brutality.� after a fearless civil Both The city rights champion, the changed where he late Rev. Fred ShuttlesREAD MORE their wrote his worth. The city’s webminds. impassite features a “Fifty Find more reflections on the They resioned Years Forward� cam50th anniversary of the March turned “Letter paign, forthrightly dison Washington in Wednesday’s from their from a Bir- playing photos of edition of The Item. self-immingham shameful events in posed Jail,� de1963. Black mayors exile and claring the have occupied City built successful careers “moral responsibility Hall since 1979, in part — he as an assistant to disobey unjust laws.� because many white federal public defendThe city where the residents migrated to er, she as a judge — in movement came tothe suburbs, a familiar a Birmingham transgether, found its voice pattern in urban Amerformed by a revolution and set the stage for ica. a half century ago. landmark civil rights So has King’s dream This week, as the nation marks the 50th anniversary of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream� speech, there may be tt no better place than 5)634%":'3*%":4"563%":t1.1. Birmingham to measure the progress that followed the civil rights leader’s historic call for racial and economic equality. This city, after all, is hallowed ground in civil rights history. It was here where children marching for equal rights were jailed, where protesters were attacked by snarling police dogs and battered by high-presUP TO $4.99–WITH COUPON ONLY sure fire hoses. And it was here where four little girls in their Sunday finest were killed )8:4065)t+6451"45$0/5*/&/5"-5*3& when dynamite plantDINING ROOM HOURS TAKE OUT HOURS ed by Ku Klux Klan Monday – Saturday Monday – Friday 5:00am – 2:30pm 5:00am – 6:00pm members ripped Closed Sunday Sunday 9:00am – 2:00pm through their church.

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Elmore Leonard left out the boring parts

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lmore Leonard, one of America’s greatest writers, died this past week at age 87. He often said he hated literature, but he changed modern American fiction forever by shaping the way many great modern writers use dialogue and develop characters. He left behind more than 40 novels, countless stories that appeared in pulp western magazines beginning in the early 1950s, and dozens of screenplays. Put him in LEONARD “The Google,” and you’ll find all sorts of interesting stories about his life and work. As Janet Maslin noted in The New York Times, “He was the most influential, widely imitated crime writer of his era, and his career was a long one: more than 60 years.” What follows are com-

pletely random excerpts from some of his novels that just happen to be sitting on my bookshelf. Open any one of them, put your finger on the page and read. He is the original, and the best. • A description of a female character named Edie Broder in “The Hunted,” 1974: “Rosen first noticed the tourist lady on Friday, the day before the fire. He saw her and said to himself, New York..... Rosen, watching her walk past the cafe, liked her thin legs, her high can, and her sensible breasts.” • Two armed robbers named “Stick” and “Frank” make a getaway in “Swag,” 1976: “The red-and-blue flashing squad car with its awful who-who wail almost lost it taking the corner, got itself straightened out passing the bank and the Chinese place, and swerved into the Food Lanes parking lot as Stick eased the Nova around

COMMENTARY the far corner of the restauscribed Palm Beach as “an isrant, cut through the open land off the coast of the Unitblacktop area behind the ed States.” Bob Gibbs agreed Michigan National Bank, and one hundred percent. Cross hit Southfield already doing Lake Worth east and you thirty, not fast enough were in a different to attract attention but country, the top end enough to get them of the Gold Coast out of there.” where the rich and fa• The opening of mous lived. But you “Up In Honey’s know what? Go the Room,” 2007: “Honey other way, drive west phoned her sister-inout beyond Twenty Graham law Muriel, still living Mile Bend and, man, OSTEEN in Harlan County, you were in a different Kentucky, to tell her world, the Glades, botshe’d left Walter Shoen, calltomland America with a ing him Valter, and was on smell of muck and fish and her way to being Honey Deal half a million acres of sugaragain. She said to Muriel, “I cane off on the left side of the honestly thought I could turn road there.” him around, but the man still • From “Trouble at Rindo’s acts like a Nazi. I couldn’t Station,” Argosy magazine, budge him.” 1953: “The screen door • From “Maximum Bob,” slammed. Corsen remem1991: “There was a judge bered the two men in range friend of Bob Gibbs, now reclothes then. They must have tired from the bench, who de- just gone in. Then he was

looking at Katie, at the expression changing on her face, eyes alive, looking at something behind him. He turned sharply. Standing a few feet away was one of the men in range clothes. He stood with his legs spread, as if bracing himself, a short man in faded Levi’s, holding a pistol dead on Corsen’s stomach.” • From “Killshot,” 1989: “Donna started talking about Elvis. She said, ‘If Elvis was Jesus, you know who I think some of his apostles would be? I think Engelbert would be one. I think Tom Jones would be one. And I think, going way back, the Jordanaires and the Blackwood Brothers. Who do you think?’ Armand said he’d never thought about it before.” Graham Osteen is EditorAt-Large of The Item. He can be reached at graham@theitem.com; on Twitter @GrahamOsteen; or at grahamosteen.com.

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Victim in chief is no role for a president

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ASHINGTON — If I had a son, he would look like Christopher Lane, the 22-year-old Australian baseball player shot dead while jogging in Oklahoma. If I had a father, he’d look like Delbert Belton, the 88-year-old World War II veteran beaten to death in Spokane, Wash. And yes, if I had a son, he’d look like the white teenager who police say drove the getaway car in the Oklahoma killing. These are all true statements if we identify ourselves and each other only by the color of our skin, which, increasingly seems to be the case — including our own president. Barack Obama helped lead the way when he identified himself with Trayvon Martin, shot by George Zimmerman in the neighborhood-watch catastrophe with which all are familiar. Stepping out from his usual duties of drawing meaningless red lines in the Syrian sand, the president splashed red paint across the American

landscape: Apparently, store policy re“If I had a son, he’d look quires that an attendant be like Trayvon.” upstairs when a shopper is. In so saying, he essentially The way department store gave permission for all to clerks follow me around, identify themselves by race you’d think my face was plaswith the victim or the actered on a “Wanted for Shopcused. How sad as we aplifting” poster. This is espeproach the 50th anniversary cially so if I’m dressed like a of the march Martin Luther slob. King Jr. led on Washington In my 20s, I conducted an that even the president resorts experiment when I had the to judging not by the opposite problem. No content of one’s charclerk would help me. It acter but by the color occurred to me that my of his skin — the anratty jeans and T-shirt tithesis of the great might be the problem, dream King articulatso I went home, ed with those words. changed into a dress, Obama went even and returned. You’d Kathleen further after the Zimhave thought I was a PARKER merman verdict, exhoney bun in a bee pressing his self-idenhive. Just for fun, I tification not as leader of a ra- bought a $38,000 purse. cially diverse nation — or as (That’s a joke.) the son of a white mother — Was the clerk prejudiced? but as a black man who reYou bet. But like it or not, the members women clutching way we present ourselves to their purses tighter when he the world affects the way we entered an elevator, and being are treated. Thus it has always followed in department stores. been. I’m betting that few All because he was black? women today clutch their Even today, I am followed purses tighter when a wellwhen I go to the second floor groomed man, black or white, of a boutique in Georgetown. enters the elevator. A punk

wearing his britches around his rump and telegraphing attitude? Even Jesse Jackson — or Eminem — might feel a tingle of discomfort. Nothing is fair about profiling, but one’s treatment by a stranger is not always necessarily linked to one’s racial or ethnic history. Sometimes it’s just ... you. The killings leading the news the past several days have been horrific in their apparent randomness. Were they racially motivated? Had the perps been white and the victims black, would Obama have identified with them? More to immediate concerns, did the president’s identification with Martin nourish the killing passions of these youths? Hard to say with any certainty, though one of those charged in the Oklahoma shooting apparently tweeted some messages earlier this summer that unmistakenly convey racial animus toward whites. They might be dismissed as Twitter nonsense — but for the body. We do know this much for

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certain: Had the races been reversed, the usual suspects would have had much to say. White teens beat up an elderly black veteran and leave him for dead? White teens shoot a talented black athlete visiting from another country? Riots. I make these observations not to further exacerbate a problem but in the hope that we can stop this craziness before things escalate. The conversation about race that pundits keep insisting we need to have should end where it began. Maybe in his remarks on the 50th anniversary of the greatest peaceful demonstration in history, Obama can remind Americans that if we had sons and fathers, they’d look like Christopher Lane and Delbert Belton, as well as Trayvon Martin. Victim in chief is no role for a president.

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HELEN K. DETWILER SUMMERTON — Helen “Booga� Kennedy Detwiler, 93, widow of Harold Walker Detwiler Sr., died Friday, Aug. 23, 2013, at Lake Marion Nursing Facility. Services will be announced by Stephens Funeral Home & Crematory, 304 N. Church St., Manning. (803) 435-2179. www.stephensfuneralhome.org WILLIAM T. ENGLISH Jr. Bishop William Thomas English Jr., 74, of Sumter, died Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2013, peacefully while sleeping. He was the husband of Mildred Streater English and pastor/founder of Greater St. Paul Non-Denominational Church. Born July 23, 1939, he was the son of Annie B. English and the late William Thomas English Sr. After graduating from Lincoln High School of Sumter, he entered the United States Army, where he was stationed in Fort Jackson; Lido Beach Army Base, Long Island, N.Y.; Fort Devens, Mass.; and Squantum, Mass. After leaving the Army, he entered Plus School of Business of Boston, Mass., where he developed and mastered the skill of computer technology. In 1968, English was ordained into the ministry at Holy Tabernacle Church of God in Christ Apostolic of Boston. He and his pastor, Bishop Joe L. Smith, joined forces and formed the gospel duo the Gospel Encores and recorded their debut album “Oh Blessed Star� on HOB Records in 1973. In 1974, while yet residing in Boston, he began his radio ministry by recording his radio broadcast “Life’s Railway to Heaven� which aired on WWDM-FM. This same radio broadcast is still heard on six radio stations which reach the entire United States and many foreign countries,

SERVICE from Page A1 time,� he said. “So the service will be a little shorter, in the 50-minute range.� The Monday night service will be very similar to the contemporary Sunday morning services. The message will be the same but shorter, Richardson said, and if an important or special event took place that Sunday morning such as communion, then it will take place again that Monday evening. Offering will also be taken up. “I have heard people say, ‘well if you want to go to church you can find a way to get there,’� Clay

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including some in Africa. In 1975, English was elevated to the office of bishop at Holy Tabernacle. Soon after, following divine instruction, Bishop English relocated his family to Sumter and founded Greater St. Paul Non-Denominational Church in October 1976. In 1977, the Bill English Evangelistic Association was formed and assisted the funding of the radio broadcast and other areas of ministry. In October 1977, Bishop English purchased the building where Greater St. Paul now sits, saving it and the accompanying residence next door from demolition. Because of this act, both buildings are now part of the historic tour of Sumter, identifying the site where the Kendall Institute, the school where Mary McLeod Bethune served as instructor, once existed. In 1986, the Bishop W.T. English Memorial Park was established in Sumter County. During much of the ’80s and ’90s, Bishop English and his entire BEEA Crusade Team were on the road holding crusades across the Southeast. In 1988, Bishop English began his own record label, BEEA Records, and his own music publishing company, BEEA Music, as an avenue to produce and protect the original recordings of the BEEA Crusade Choir and other artists within the church. Eight projects were released under the label. At the time of his passing, Bishop English served as chief adviser for the Christian private school William Thomas Academy, which was named in his honor. In addition to his wife, Bishop English leaves to cherish his memory: mother Annie B. English; son Geoffrey G. Streater Sr.; daughters Sheryl E. (Ronald) Eady, Sheila E. (James) Coplin and Shonda L. English, all of Sumter; sister Bar-

bara E. Dillard of Sumter; granddaughters Sequita L. Streater of Columbia, Tenesha C. Streater of Charlotte and JaShema L. Coplin of Florence; grandsons Geoffrey Streater Jr. of Rock Hill and James “Tre� Coplin III of Columbia; two greatgranddaughters; one great-grandson; a spiritually adopted daughter, Connie James Pearson; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and countless loved ones he has served as pastor and radio pastor down through the years. He was preceded in death by his father, paternal grandparents Robert and Essie English, maternal grandparents Sam Baker and Lucille Muldrow Baker and sister Doris A. English. A musical tribute to Bishop W.T. English will take place at 5 p.m. today at Greater St. Paul Non-Denominational Church, 200 Watkins St., at the corner of South Harvin Street in Sumter. Public viewing will be held from 2 to 7 p.m. today at Job’s Mortuary. Bishop English will be placed in the church at noon Monday, Aug. 26, 2013, for viewing until the hour of service. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, Aug. 26, 2013, at Greater St. Paul Non-Denominational Church, with the Rev. Marion H. Newton officiating, Elder James Johnson, eulogist. Interment will follow with military honors in the Bishop W.T. English Memorial Park, 3755 Congruity Road, Sumter. Family is receiving friends at the home, 405 S. Harvin St., Sumter. Online memorials may be sent to the family at jobsmortuary@sc. rr.com or visit us on the web at www.jobsmortuary.net.

Smith, lead pastor, said in his Aug. 18 sermon. “According to the 2013 Bureau of Labor Statistics, 34 percent in the United States’ population works during the weekends. Now about 18 percent of those work because they have two jobs. They have a weekday job and a weekend job. “Well what does that look like in Sumter? The Sumter workforce has about 40,000. If 34 percent of our workforce works on the weekend — and I think it’s fair to say that’s probably accurate — that means we would have 12,475 people working the weekend and would find it very difficult to come to church ... That’s why we’re doing Monday night worship.�

Discussion of a fourth in Little Rock, Ark., that service for the church had been doing a Monbegan at the end of 2012, day night service for nearRichardson said. Memly five years, Richardson bers of the said. They church’s adsaw a serministration WANT TO GO? vice and considered had a WHAT: Monday Night Worship Saturday chance to WHEN: Starting 7 p.m. Sept. 9 nights but talk to the WHERE: Alice Drive Baptist Church, 1305 Loring Mill Road, Sumter were conchurch FOR MORE: Contact the church at cerned leaders to (803) 905-5200 or info@adbc.org. about posget some sible sports ideas about conflicts. They also the steps they’d need to looked at Sunday evetake. nings or Tuesdays and Dress rehearsals at the Thursdays as they already have Wednesday night classes, but those nights seemed booked with other special programs or rehearsals. So they considered Monday night. Richardson and another pastor traveled to a large church

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GREGORY McFADDEN Gregory McFadden, 52, died Friday, Aug. 23, 2013, at the Medical University of South Carolina. Born on March 30, 1961, in Sumter County, he was the son of Theola Evans McFadden. The family will receive friends and relatives at her home, 18 W. Moore St., Sumter. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Williams Funeral Home Inc. CARRIE MICKENS Carrie Mickens died Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2013, in Newark, N.J. Born in Sumter County, she was the daughter of Joe and Marry Mickens. The family will receive friends and relatives at her home, 4265 Cotton Acres Road, Sumter. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Williams Funeral Home Inc. MAY BELLE RUTH Funeral services for May Belle Ruth, 81, who died on Aug. 22, 2013, will be held on Monday, Aug. 26, at New Zion AME Church. Interment will follow in the church memorial garden. The family is receiving friends at 807 Scott Lane, Bishopville. Services are entrusted to New Life Funeral Services LLC of Bishopville. Online condolences may be sent to www. newlifefuneralservice. com. VERNA UBBEN MANNING — Verna Ubben, 97, widow of Wilbert Ubben, died Sunday, Aug. 11, 2013, at Tuomey Regional

Medical Center. She was a daughter of the late George and Missouri Ducker of Bamberg. After graduation from Columbia College, Mrs. Ubben taught school for more than 35 years. She was active in First Baptist Church and later Second Baptist Church, where she served for many years as a member of the board of trustees, secretary of Sunday school and narrator of countless Christmas and Easter pageants. For more than 35 years, she was director of the Daily Vacation Bible School. Mrs. Ubben is survived by Donald Ubben, Esq., of Ivy, Va., and Manning. Friends will gather to remember Mrs. Ubben at a funeral service at 11 a.m. Monday at Second Baptist Church. The burial service will follow at Monticello United Methodist Church at Monticello, Fairfield County. Memorials may be made in her name to Columbia College or in the form of flowers or in quiet acts of grace and kindness. You may sign the family’s guest book at www.brunsonfuneralhome.com. Brunson Funeral Home, Manning, is in charge of the arrangements, (803) 433-2273.

DOROTHY WELSH BISHOPVILLE — Dorothy Leigh Stewart Welsh, 88, widow of Alford M. “Buck� Welsh, died Thursday, Aug. 22, 2013, at McLeod Regional Medical Center in Florence. Born in Florence, she was a daughter of the late Miller K. Stewart and Esther Cleary Stewart. Mrs. Welsh was a member of Mt. Zion Presbyterian Church, a graduate of Winthrop College and a retired secretary for Peoples Sumter church have gone well with 130 showing up for the first one, Richardson said. “We have asked some Alice Drive Baptist people to commit to Monday nights for a year until the service has some momentum and has built a strong base,� Richardson said. “This is a pretty standard operating procedure for churches that start new services or plant new churches in the town they are cur-

Oil & Gas Co. Surviving are two daughters, Jane Yarborough and husband, Fred, of Washington, D.C., and Beverly Stroud and husband, Gary, of Marion, N.C.; two grandchildren, Britt Yarborough and Erin Morris, both of Fort Thomas, Ky.; and two great-grandchildren, Peyton and Reagan Leigh Morris of Fort Thomas. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Mt. Zion Presbyterian Church with the Rev. James E. Clark officiating. Burial will be in the Mt. Zion Presbyterian Church cemetery. The family will receive friends in the church fellowship hall following the service. Memorials may be made to the Mt. Zion Presbyterian Church Cemetery Fund, in care of Don Mathis, 145 Coopers Mill Road, Bishopville, SC 29010 or to Thornwell Children’s Home, P. O. Box 60, Clinton, SC 29325. Online condolences may be sent to www. sumterfunerals.com. Elmore Hill McCreight Funeral Home & Crematory, 221 Broad St., Sumter, is in charge of the arrangements. (803) 775-9386

MAGNOLIA R. WILLIAMS Magnolia Robinson Williams, wife of the late Rev. Frank E. Williams Sr., died Saturday, Aug. 24, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Born Sept. 8, 1927, in Rembert, she was the daughter of the late David Robinson and Sara Dow Robinson. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Williams Funeral Home Inc. rently serving in.� Smith concurred. “We need people in the room and in the building so that when people start to come who are not part of our church family they are not walking in to an empty room,� he said in his sermon. For more information, contact Alice Drive Baptist at (803) 905-5200 or info@adbc.org. Reach Jade Anderson at (803) 774-1250.

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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 free of charge). Contact Rhoda Keefe, volunteer coordinator, at (803) 469-3047 or rhonda.keefe@amedisys.com. Hospice Care of Tri-County is in need of volunteers. Volunteers offer support, companionship and care to the caregiver by running errands, reading to patients, listening and just being there for patients who need companionship. All you need is a willing heart and some time to give to others. No medical background is required. Hospice Care of Tri-County will provide you with the tools you need to become a hospice volunteer. Call Carol Tindal at (803) 905-7720. ROAD to RECOVERY is in need of volunteers in the Sumter area. The program provides cancer patients with transportation to and from treatments. Call the American Cancer Society at (803) 750-1693. Sumter Newcomers Club welcomes new residents (and even some longtime residents) with coffees and luncheons each month. Call Arlene Janis at (803) 494-9610 or Jeanne Bessel at (803) 469-0598. OASIS Care provides free medical and dental care for qualifying persons living with HIV and AIDS. Call LaVonda Johnson at (803) 775-8523. The Rise and Shine Call Program, sponsored by LifeLine Senior Services Inc., is a free service that provides a daily “reassurance” call to older adults who live alone in the community. Call (803) 774-7414 for details or to sign up. The Westside Neighborhood Association meets at 5:30 p.m. on the third Monday of each month at the Birnie HOPE Center, 210 S. Purdy St. The Christian Golfers’ Association (CGA) meets at 8 a.m. each Tuesday for Bible study. The group meets at the CGA office in Dillon Park. Refreshments provided and golf after Bible study. Call (803) 773-2171. UAW Eastern Carolina International Retirees Council meets at 10 a.m. on the second Wednesday of each month at the VFW in Little River. All UAW retirees are welcome to attend. Call Bob Artus at (803) 481-3622. The Ballard-Palmer-Bates American Legion Post 202 meets at 7 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month at the Post, 310 Palmetto St. All veterans are welcome to attend. Call (803) 773-4811. The Civil Air Patrol Sumter Composite Squadron meets from 7 to 9 p.m. each Monday at the Sumter Airport. Contact Jared Buniel at (803) 481-7915 or JaredLotR@juno. com. Visit the Web site at www.scwg.cap.gov/sumter/. The Palmetto PC Club meets on the second Thursday of each month at the Capital Senior Center in Columbia. Details about the club can be found at http://palmettopc. org/home/.

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

TODAY

TONIGHT

83°

MONDAY 85°

Clear and cool

Mostly sunny

Times of clouds and sun

Winds: NE 4-8 mph

Winds: WSW 3-6 mph

Winds: SW 7-14 mph

Winds: WNW 6-12 mph

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Greenville 81/62

Lake Murray Marion Moultrie Wateree

Full 7 a.m. 24-hr pool yest. chg 360 358.30 -0.11 76.8 76.01 +0.09 75.5 74.69 none 100 97.39 -0.26

Bishopville 84/62

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

Full pool 12 19 14 14 80 24

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

Today Hi/Lo/W 84/61/s 79/58/s 83/62/s 86/62/s 87/70/s 80/68/s 85/68/s 83/59/s 83/65/s 84/64/s

7 a.m. yest. 9.50 7.17 9.57 7.91 81.05 9.13

24-hr chg none -1.53 +0.58 -0.27 +0.06 -1.18

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 84/59/s 79/62/pc 85/63/s 86/60/s 85/69/s 82/66/s 85/65/s 84/64/s 85/67/pc 86/63/s

Columbia 84/64

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Sep. 5 Full

Sep. 12

Sep. 19

Sumter 83/63

Myrtle Beach 83/67

Shown is today’s weather. Temperatures are today’s highs and tonight’s lows.

Aiken 84/61 Charleston 85/68

Today: Mostly sunny; pleasant. High 83 to 87. Monday: Mostly sunny. High 82 to 86.

The following tide table lists times for Myrtle Beach.

High Ht. 12:42 a.m.....3.2 1:06 p.m.....3.3 Mon. 1:29 a.m.....3.1 1:55 p.m.....3.2 Sun.

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

Today Hi/Lo/W 84/61/s 80/59/s 83/60/s 83/59/s 83/63/s 87/70/t 83/60/s 82/58/s 85/68/s 80/60/s

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 86/62/s 81/64/s 85/62/s 86/63/s 85/62/s 88/69/pc 85/65/s 84/61/s 85/65/s 84/66/s

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

Today Hi/Lo/W 81/62/s 80/60/s 84/73/s 86/71/pc 85/65/s 87/64/s 84/66/s 81/58/s 85/70/s 83/67/s

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 83/65/s 84/65/s 83/73/s 86/70/pc 85/59/s 86/59/s 84/64/s 83/62/pc 85/67/s 83/63/s

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

Low Ht. 7:28 a.m....-0.1 8:02 p.m.....0.5 8:14 a.m.....0.2 8:54 p.m.....0.8

Today Hi/Lo/W 83/64/s 85/71/s 82/58/s 82/60/s 83/57/s 86/69/s 82/62/s 84/71/s 82/61/s 81/59/s

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 85/63/s 84/68/s 85/63/s 84/63/s 86/60/s 85/69/s 84/66/s 84/71/s 82/63/s 84/66/s

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ARIES (March 21-April 19): An unexpected option will lead to a change of location or a different working environment. Relationships with new acquaintances will develop into something special. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Do something that makes you feel good. Someone you come across will turn you on to an interest that has the potential to make you extra cash. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Say little and observe how others react. Deception is apparent when dealing with someone offering a persuasive point of view. Personal change will lift your spirits, but don’t go over budget. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Unexpected changes at home or with your position or status will take you by surprise. Be prepared to counter misinformation you come across to avoid being blamed for something you didn’t do. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Take action. The choice you make will trigger competitors to make a move. Stand your ground and use compassion, integrity, experience and your leadership ability to get what you want. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Getting involved in something that interests you will help you find ways to use your skills and talents in unique ways. The people you meet while traveling will offer you options worth considering.

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Today Mon. Today Mon. City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W Albuquerque 87/64/t 87/66/s Las Vegas 83/70/r 85/71/t Anchorage 64/49/s 62/50/pc Los Angeles 85/66/pc 83/63/pc Atlanta 84/66/s 84/65/s Miami 87/77/pc 87/78/t Baltimore 82/60/s 85/66/pc Minneapolis 97/76/s 96/77/t Boston 80/64/s 81/65/t New Orleans 88/75/t 89/74/t Charleston, WV 86/62/s 87/69/pc New York 80/65/s 83/68/t Charlotte 83/59/s 84/64/s Oklahoma City 97/75/s 97/73/s Chicago 88/72/s 92/75/pc Omaha 95/76/s 96/74/pc Cincinnati 88/68/s 89/72/pc Philadelphia 82/63/s 85/69/pc Dallas 97/79/s 96/79/s Phoenix 93/78/t 95/85/t Denver 92/65/s 94/65/pc Pittsburgh 84/62/s 86/67/pc Des Moines 94/76/s 95/76/pc St. Louis 92/74/s 93/77/s Detroit 85/67/pc 89/72/t Salt Lake City 86/65/t 83/68/t Helena 92/60/t 90/60/pc San Francisco 71/58/pc 70/57/pc Honolulu 89/75/s 89/75/s Seattle 75/56/pc 75/57/pc Indianapolis 88/68/s 90/73/pc Topeka 93/73/s 93/73/s Kansas City 93/74/s 93/75/s Washington, DC 82/65/s 87/71/s Weather(W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Don’t expect things to run smoothly at home. Opposition is apparent, and it will be important to address any issue that arises before it has time to turn into an irreversible situation. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Make travel plans with someone who shares a common interest in order to help you make plans that can change the way you live. Speak openly regarding your feelings. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): A change in status or reputation can lead to perks. Before you’re too quick to take what’s offered, question motives and what’s expected of you in return. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Your assets can grow if you make changes to your investments. Property deals calling in monies owed or closing a deal will beef up your bank account. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Keep your emotions tucked away until you understand the situation you face. Learn from past experience. Make personal changes that fit the economic climate. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Embrace life and initiate change that will lead to a prosperous future. Contracts can be signed and deals made, and personal and professional partnerships can be formed.

PICK 3 SATURDAY: 3-2-4 AND 9-4-0 PICK 4 SATURDAY: 5-6-0-2 AND 3-6-9-8 PALMETTO CASH 5 SATURDAY: 13-15-18-20-32 POWERUP: 2 CAROLINA CASH 6 THURSDAY: 4-15-20-27-30-32 MEGAMILLIONS FRIDAY: 1-9-17-20-53 MEGABALL: 14 MEGAPLIER: 4 POWERBALL NUMBERS WERE UNAVAILABLE AT PRESS TIME

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THE NEWSDAY CROSSWORD Edited by Stanley Newman (www.StanXwords.com)

LOW-TECH: Despite how they look by Charles M. Deber

DOWN 1 Those shopping for raincoats 2 “Shoot!” 3 Merchandise tracking ID 4 Recipe amt. 5 Prayer closer 6 Talks too much 7 Old what’s-__-name 8 Poetic pugilist 9 Do a night court job 10 Vibrating vocal effect 11 Cry loudly 12 Cool spot at a picnic

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Florence 83/63

Manning 84/63

Today: Sunny and nice. Monday: Mostly sunny.

Partly sunny and humid; a p.m. t-storm

Sunrise today .......................... 6:50 a.m. Sunset tonight ......................... 7:56 p.m. Moonrise today ..................... 10:43 p.m. Moonset today ...................... 11:34 a.m.

Gaffney 82/60 Spartanburg 82/62

24 hrs ending 4 p.m. yest. ............ trace Month to date .............................. 3.44" Normal month to date ................. 4.06" Year to date ............................... 38.31" Normal year to date .................. 32.40"

SUMTER COUNTY COUNCIL Tuesday, 6 p.m., Council Chambers

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73°

Winds: NE 3-6 mph

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CLARENDON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES Tuesday, 6 p.m., hospital board room

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68°

Winds: NE 7-14 mph

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

Entreaty Healthful snack Certain steamer Bits of advice Luck personified Prolonged attack Cooking up Exotic vacation Breaks off Star Wars warrior Office pest President after FDR Opposite of paleoGets up Frat letter Pantry Suffix for special Dazzle Part of UAE Throw, as a rider Puck production push More typical of Wisconsin winters “Yeah, let’s do it!” Squared up Horseshoes players Removed a rind Actor Kinnear

THURSDAY 92°

Sunshine and some clouds

Sumter through 4 p.m. yesterday

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

77 79 83 84 86 87 88 89 92 93 94 97 98 100 101 103 106 107 109 112 114

WEDNESDAY 90°

63° 62°

TUOMEY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER BOARD Monday, noon, Tuomey

ACROSS 1 Nautical pole 5 Stunned 11 Cat breed 18 Lab vessels 20 Capote contemporary 21 Clancy’s “Red” sub 22 Arachnid’s alternative area 24 Juggler’s prop 25 Weapon in a silo 26 Social connections 27 Music licensing org. 29 Monte __ sandwich 30 Showed again 33 Got up 35 Stage success 36 Nat __Wild (cable channel) 38 Wonder Woman at the bank 42 Baum princess 46 Heedless 48 City in northern Spain 49 Thoroughfare near the White House 51 Informal acknowledgement 52 Overfill 53 Spring suddenly 54 Meal plan 55 Diner waitress 59 Sign holder 60 Goof 61 __ Na Na (retro rock group) 62 Sporty car 64 Mississippi River explorer 66 Scarlett O’Hara, for one 69 Equip 73 Made a commitment 75 NASCAR advertiser 76 “__ little confused . . .”

TUESDAY 88°

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Kenseth holds off Kahne to get 5th win of season BY JENNA FRYER The Associated Press BRISTOL, Tenn. — Matt Kenseth held off Kasey Kahne for 12 nerve-racking laps to hang on and win Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway. The win is the fifth of the season for Kenseth, most in

the Sprint Cup Series, and clinches a spot in the Chase for the championship. Kahne passed Juan Pablo Montoya for second and set his sights KENSETH on Kenseth. Kahne tried numerous times over the final dozen laps to

make the pass but never could make it stick. He went for the bump and run on the last lap and missed, and has to settle for second. Montoya was third, followed by Brian Vickers, Joey Logano, Paul Menard, Jeff Gordon, Marcos Ambrose, Greg Biffle and Dale Earnhardt Jr.

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Denny Hamlin, left, leads the field to begin Saturday’s race in Bristol, Tenn.

Palmetto pigskin passion returns Clemson, Carolina look to start strong in season with high expectations Tigers’ 5 keys to success

Gamecocks’ 5 keys to success

BY DENNIS BRUNSON dennisb@theitem.com

BY DENNIS BRUNSON dennisb@theitem.com

It’s amazing how one 37-yard field goal changed the whole perception of the 2012 football season for the Clemson Tigers. If placekicker Chandle Catanzaro had not nailed the kick to give Clemson a 25-24 victory over Louisiana State in the Chick-fil-A Bowl, it would have ended the year with a 10-3 record, consecutive losses to Southeastern Conference schools and a final ranking far removed from the top 10. Instead, Clemson picked up what head coach Dabo Swinney hailed as a program-defining victory, helped it finish in the top 10 and start this season ranked in the top 10 as well. See the difference? There is no doubt this is the highest level the Tiger football program has been at since the days of Danny Ford in the 1980s, with the crown jewel being the ’81 national title. There is talk of Clemson being in the hunt this year and if things fall the right way it is a possibility. Following are five factors that will play an important role in the ultimate success Clemson enjoys this year.

Never has there been as much anticipation for a college football season at the University of South Carolina as there is for this one, which begins on Thursday at 6 p.m. with the sixth-ranked Gamecocks playing host to North Carolina. Of course, the program never has posted consecutive 11-win seasons either, so that has a little something to do with all of the excitement. USC has some outstanding players returning, the most obvious one being All-American defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. However, the Gamecocks are going to have to fill some holes along the way as well, but if the past two seasons should have taught Carolina fans anything, it is head coach Steve Spurrier now has the program at a point where it can do that. Think back over those 22 wins to just four losses in 2011 and ’12. The first year, quarterback Stephen Garcia bailed on the team because he was benched, leaving sophomore Connor Shaw on his own, learning as he went. Right after that goes down, tailback Marcus Lattimore, the heart and soul of the offense if not the team, blows out his knee. Yet, South Carolina plays solid football down the stretch to finish 11-2. Last season, USC is replacing two National Football League first-round draft picks in cornerback Stephon

SAMMY WATKINS

1. BEAT GEORGIA, BEAT GEORGIA, BEAT GEORGIA The eighth-ranked Tigers open the season on

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SEE CLEMSON, PAGE B3

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BRUCE ELLINGTON TAJH BOYD

CONNOR SHAW RODERICK McDOWELL

Manning High grad plays overlooked role as Coastal’s long snapper EDITOR’S NOTE: Barbara Boxleitner is a former Item assistant sports editor and college teacher. She is a Floridabased 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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hane Ballard plays a valuable and often overlooked position for the Coastal Carolina University football team. The BALLARD Manning High School graduate is the starting long snapper, handling the snaps on punts, extra points and field-goal attempts.

He did the same last year, when the team made 50 extra points, second on the school’s single-season list. The position of long snapper is unheralded, specialists coach Curt Baldus said, and “Nobody knows about him unless he messes up.” Ballard thrives in the role because “he’s a very hard worker,” Baldus said. “He wants to be the best that he can.”

He was a redshirt as a freshman, with two snappers ahead of him. Plus, he was undersized--185 pounds for his 6-foot-4inch frame. Ballard gained about 20 pounds his first year, he said, and weighs 220 now. He said he worked out twice a week with teammates on campus during the summer, focusing on accuracy. He SEE KEEPING UP, PAGE B5


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SCOREBOARD TV, RADIO TODAY 7 a.m. -- NFL Preseason Football: Tampa Bay at Miami (NFL NETWORK). 7:30 a.m. -- Formula One Racing: Belgian Grand Prix from Spa, Belgium (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 8 a.m. -- Professional Golf: European PGA Tour Johnnie Walker Classic Final Round from Perthshire, Scotland (GOLF). 10:55 a.m. -- International Soccer: English Premier League Match from London -Swansea vs. Tottenham (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 11 a.m. -- Youth Baseball: Little League World Series Third-Place Game from South Williamsport, Pa. (ESPN). 11 a.m. -- High School Football: University School of Jackson (Fla.) vs. Homestead (Fla.) from Weston, Fla. (ESPNU). Noon -- High School Football: Beech (Tenn.) vs. Camp Station (Tenn.) from Gallatin, Tenn. (ESPN2). Noon -- PGA Golf: The Barclays Final Round from Jersey City, N.J. (GOLF). 1 p.m. -- NFL Preseason Football: Cincinnati at Dallas (NFL NETWORK). 1 p.m. -- NASCAR Racing: K&N Pro Series Pork Be Inspired 150 from Newton, Iowa (FOX SPORTS 1). 2 p.m. -- PGA Golf: The Barclays Final Round from Jersey City, N.J. (WLTX 19). 2 p.m. -- Professional Golf: Web.com Tour Cox Classic Final Round from Omaha, Neb. (GOLF). 2 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Atlanta at St. Louis (FOX SPORTSOUTH, TBS, WPUBFM 102.7). 3 p.m. -- Youth Baseball: Little League World Series Championship Game from South Williamsport, Pa. (WOLO 25). 3 p.m. -- High School Football: American Heritage (Fla.) vs. Cypress Bay (Fla.) from Weston, Fla. (ESPN). 3 p.m. -- MLL Lacrosse: Playoffs Championship Game from Chester, Pa. (ESPN2). 4 p.m. -- NFL Preseason Football: New Orleans at Houston (WACH 57). 4 p.m. -- LPGA Golf: Canadian Open Final Round from Edmonton, Alberta (GOLF). 4 p.m. -- IRL Racing: IndyCar Series GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma from Sonoma, Calif. (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 4 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Chicago Cubs at San Diego (WGN). 5 p.m. -- NPF Softball: National Pro Fastpitch Championship Series Game from Sulphur, La. (ESPN2). 7 p.m. -- Senior PGA Golf: Champions Tour Boeing Classic Final Round from Snoqualmie, Wash. (GOLF). 8 p.m. -- NFL Preseason Football: Minnesota at San Francisco (WIS 10). 8 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Boston at Los Angeles Dodgers (ESPN). 8:30 p.m. -- WNBA Basketball: Tulsa at Los Angeles (NBA TV). 10 p.m. -- Major League Soccer: Portland at Seattle (ESPN2). MONDAY 1 p.m. -- Professional Tennis: U.S. Open Men’s and Women’s First-Round Matches from Flushing, N.Y. (ESPN2). 2:45 p.m. -- International Soccer: English Premier League Match from Manchester, England -- Chelsea vs. Manchester United (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 4 p.m. -- NFL Preseason Football: Cleveland at Indianapolis (NFL NETWORK). 6:05 p.m. -- Talk Show: Sports Talk (WPUBFM 102.7, WDXY-FM 105.9, WDXY-AM 1240). 7 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Cincinnati at St. Louis (ESPN). 7 p.m. -- Professional Tennis: U.S. Open Men’s and Women’s First-Round Matches from Flushing, N.Y. (ESPN2). 8 p.m. -- NFL Preseason Football: Atlanta at Tennessee (NFL NETWORK).

MLB STANDINGS American League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB Tampa Bay 73 53 .579 – Boston 75 55 .577 – Baltimore 69 58 .543 41/2 New York 68 60 .531 6 Toronto 57 72 .442 171/2 Central Division W L Pct GB Detroit 75 53 .586 – Cleveland 69 59 .539 6 Kansas City 64 63 .504 101/2 Minnesota 57 70 .449 171/2 Chicago 52 75 .409 221/2 West Division W L Pct GB Texas 75 53 .586 – Oakland 71 56 .559 31/2 Seattle 59 68 .465 151/2 Los Angeles 56 71 .441 181/2 Houston 42 85 .331 321/2 Friday’s Games Minnesota 5, Cleveland 1 Baltimore 9, Oakland 7 Detroit 6, N.Y. Mets 1 Tampa Bay 7, N.Y. Yankees 2 Texas 11, Chicago White Sox 5 Houston 12, Toronto 4 Washington 11, Kansas City 10 L.A. Dodgers 2, Boston 0 L.A. Angels 2, Seattle 0 Saturday’s Games Boston 4, L.A. Dodgers 2 Detroit 3, N.Y. Mets 0 Oakland 2, Baltimore 1 Cleveland 7, Minnesota 2 Washington 7, Kansas City 2 Houston 8, Toronto 5 Tampa Bay 4, N.Y. Yankees 2 Texas at Chicago White Sox, late L.A. Angels at Seattle, late Today’s Games Minnesota (Pelfrey 5-10) at Cleveland (Kazmir 7-6), 1:05 p.m. Detroit (Porcello 9-7) at N.Y. Mets (Gee 9-8), 1:10 p.m. Oakland (Gray 1-1) at Baltimore (Feldman 3-3), 1:35 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Nova 7-4) at Tampa Bay (Cobb 8-2), 1:40 p.m. Texas (Garza 3-1) at Chicago White Sox (Joh.Danks 3-10), 2:10 p.m. Toronto (Buehrle 9-7) at Houston (Keuchel 5-7), 2:10 p.m. Washington (Haren 8-11) at Kansas City (E.Santana 8-7), 2:10 p.m. L.A. Angels (Weaver 7-7) at Seattle (Harang 5-10), 4:10 p.m. Boston (Peavy 9-5) at L.A. Dodgers (Capuano 4-6), 8:05 p.m. Monday’s Games Tampa Bay at Kansas City, 2:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Toronto, 7:07 p.m. Oakland at Detroit, 7:08 p.m. Houston at Chicago White Sox, 8:10 p.m. Texas at Seattle, 10:10 p.m. National League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB Atlanta 77 51 .602 – Washington 64 64 .500 13 New York 58 68 .460 18 Philadelphia 58 70 .453 19 Miami 48 79 .378 281/2 Central Division W L Pct GB Pittsburgh 76 52 .594 – St. Louis 75 53 .586 1 Cincinnati 73 56 .566 31/2 Milwaukee 56 72 .438 20 Chicago 54 74 .422 22 West Division W L Pct GB Los Angeles 76 52 .594 – Arizona 65 62 .512 101/2 Colorado 60 70 .462 17 San Diego 58 70 .453 18 San Francisco 56 72 .438 20 Friday’s Games Philadelphia 4, Arizona 3 Colorado 3, Miami 2

| Detroit 6, N.Y. Mets 1 Milwaukee 6, Cincinnati 4 Washington 11, Kansas City 10 St. Louis 3, Atlanta 1 L.A. Dodgers 2, Boston 0 San Diego 8, Chicago Cubs 6 Pittsburgh 3, San Francisco 1 Saturday’s Games Boston 4, L.A. Dodgers 2 Detroit 3, N.Y. Mets 0 Washington 7, Kansas City 2 Miami 3, Colorado 0 St. Louis 6, Atlanta 2 Arizona at Philadelphia, late Milwaukee at Cincinnati, late Chicago Cubs at San Diego, late Pittsburgh at San Francisco, late Today’s Games Colorado (J.De La Rosa 13-6) at Miami (Ja. Turner 3-4), 1:10 p.m. Detroit (Porcello 9-7) at N.Y. Mets (Gee 9-8), 1:10 p.m. Milwaukee (Estrada 5-4) at Cincinnati (Cingrani 6-3), 1:10 p.m. Arizona (Corbin 13-3) at Philadelphia (Cloyd 2-3), 1:35 p.m. Washington (Haren 8-11) at Kansas City (E.Santana 8-7), 2:10 p.m. Atlanta (Minor 12-5) at St. Louis (Lynn 13-7), 2:15 p.m. Pittsburgh (A.J.Burnett 6-8) at San Francisco (Vogelsong 2-4), 4:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Rusin 2-3) at San Diego (Cashner 8-8), 4:10 p.m. Boston (Peavy 9-5) at L.A. Dodgers (Capuano 4-6), 8:05 p.m. Monday’s Games Cincinnati at St. Louis, 7:05 p.m. Philadelphia at N.Y. Mets, 7:10 p.m. San Francisco at Colorado, 8:40 p.m. San Diego at Arizona, 9:40 p.m. Chicago Cubs at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m.

NFL PRESEASON By The Associated Press AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pct PF PA Buffalo 2 0 0 1.000 64 36 New England 2 1 0 .667 65 83 N.Y. Jets 1 1 0 .500 54 39 Miami 1 2 0 .333 64 51 South W L T Pct PF PA Houston 2 0 0 1.000 51 30 Indianapolis 1 1 0 .500 40 56 Jacksonville 0 2 0 .000 16 64 Tennessee 0 2 0 .000 40 49 North W L T Pct PF PA Cincinnati 2 0 0 1.000 61 29 Cleveland 2 0 0 1.000 51 25 Baltimore 2 1 0 .667 98 73 Pittsburgh 0 2 0 .000 26 42 West W L T Pct PF PA Denver 1 1 0 .500 20 46 Oakland 1 2 0 .333 65 79 Kansas City 0 2 0 .000 26 32 San Diego 0 2 0 .000 38 64 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pct PF PA Washington 2 0 0 1.000 46 34 N.Y. Giants 1 1 0 .500 30 33 Philadelphia 1 1 0 .500 36 40 Dallas 1 2 0 .333 48 51 South W L T Pct PF PA New Orleans 2 0 0 1.000 45 33 Carolina 2 1 0 .667 67 58 Atlanta 0 2 0 .000 33 61 Tampa Bay 0 2 0 .000 37 69 North W L T Pct PF PA Chicago 2 1 0 .667 84 78 Detroit 2 1 0 .667 72 50 Green Bay 1 2 0 .333 29 41 Minnesota 0 2 0 .000 29 47 West W L T Pct PF PA Seattle 3 0 0 1.000 88 30 Arizona 2 0 0 1.000 29 7 San Francisco 1 1 0 .500 21 23 St. Louis 0 2 0 .000 26 46 Thursday’s Games Detroit 40, New England 9 Carolina 34, Baltimore 27 Friday’s Games Seattle 17, Green Bay 10 Chicago 34, Oakland 26 Saturday’s Games Buffalo at Washington, 4:30 p.m. Cleveland at Indianapolis, 7 p.m. N.Y. Jets at N.Y. Giants, 7 p.m. Kansas City at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m. Philadelphia at Jacksonville, 7:30 p.m. Tampa Bay at Miami, 7:30 p.m. St. Louis at Denver, 8 p.m. Cincinnati at Dallas, 8 p.m. Atlanta at Tennessee, 8 p.m. San Diego at Arizona, 10 p.m. Today’s Games New Orleans at Houston, 4 p.m. Minnesota at San Francisco, 8 p.m.

GOLF Barclays Par Scores The Associated Press Saturday At Liberty National Golf Club Jersey City, N.J. Purse: $8 million Yardage: 7,343; Par: 71 Third Round Matt Kuchar 66-65-70—201 -12 Gary Woodland 69-64-68—201 -12 Kevin Chappell 68-72-62—202 -11 Tiger Woods 67-69-69—205 -8 David Lynn 71-65-69—205 -8 Kevin Streelman 70-68-68—206 -7 Jordan Spieth 70-68-68—206 -7 Bubba Watson 68-70-68—206 -7 Jim Furyk 70-66-70—206 -7 Justin Rose 68-68-70—206 -7 Canadian Women’s Open Par Scores The Associated Press Saturday At Royal Mayfair Golf Club Edmonton, Alberta Purse: $2 million Yardage: 6,443; Par: 70 Third Round (a-amateur) Caroline Hedwall 68-68-64—200 -10 Suzann Pettersen 69-67-65—201 -9 a-Lydia Ko 65-69-67—201 -9 I.K. Kim 71-66-65—202 -8 Brittany Lincicome 68-68-66—202 -8

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Woodland, Kuchar tied for lead at Barclays JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Matt Kuchar and Gary Woodland began their week at The Barclays by going to Citi Field and getting a tour of the clubhouse, where Kuchar noticed an indoor batWOODLAND ting cage and asked if they could try it out. He stood behind the net and threw to Woodland, a promising baseball player in high school. Woodland isn’t too bad with a golf club in his hands, either. Playing with Kuchar in the final group, Woodland ran off four straight birdies Saturday afternoon with another powerful display of his athleticism and shot a 3-under 68, giving him a share of the lead with Kuchar going into the final round at Liberty National.

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EDMONTON, Alberta — Solheim Cup star Caroline Hedwall shot a 6-under 64 on Saturday in the Canadian Women’s Open to take a onestroke lead over European teammate Suzann Pettersen and defending champion Lydia Ko. 2 SHARE LEAD AT GLENEAGLES

GLENEAGLES, Scotland — Argentina’s Ricardo Gonzalez and England’s Tommy Fleetwood shared the lead at 16-under after the third round of the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles. RIEGGER LEADS BOEING CLASSIC

SNOQUALMIE, Wash. — John Riegger shot an 8-under 64 on Saturday to open a three-stroke lead after the second round of the Champions Tour’s Boeing Classic WILL TAKE CHARGE WINS

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SPRINGS, N.Y.— Will Take Charge, with a new rider in Luis Saez, caught Moreno in the final stride and won the $1 million Travers Stakes at Saratoga Race Course by a nose to give the 77-year-old Lukas his third Travers win and first since 1995. TIMBERLAND MANNING

In the second quarter, Cam Darley caught a 5-yard touchdown pass from Donny Baker. The Monarchs failed on the 2-point conversion, leaving the score at 1513. Maddox rushed for 102 yards on 20 carries as Manning rushed for 209 yards.

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ST. STEPHEN — Manning High School gave up 15 points in the first quarter and couldn’t overcome it as it lost to Timberland 18-13 on Friday in the football season opener for both teams at the Timberland field. The Wolves jumped out to an 8-0 lead before John Maddox broke off a 60-yard scoring run to cut the lead to 8-7 Timberland came right back with a score to go up 15-7.

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MANNING -- 7 6 0 0 -- 13 TIMBERLAND 15 0 3 0 -- 18 First Quarter T -- Marvin Simmons 20 run (Ezekiel Padgett, run) M -- John Maddox 60 run (Ni-twann Hill, kick). T -- BA Harmon 2 run (Michael Smith, kick) Second Quarter M -- Cam Darley 5 pass from Donny Baker (run failed). Third Quarter T -- Smith 29 field goal.

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Miller dominates in Cards 6-2 win over Braves ST. LOUIS — Rookie Shelby Miller worked seven innings of three-hit ball, Matt Carpenter and Carlos Beltran each homered and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Atlanta Braves for the third straight time, 6-2 Saturday. Freddie Freeman homered for the NL MILLER East-leading Braves, who totaled five runs while dropping three in a row for the first time since July 3-5. Julio Teheran (10-7) allowed a season-worst five walks and was charged with four runs. REDS BREWERS

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CINCINNATI — Ryan Ludwick hit his first homer since last October, another indication his swing is coming around, and Zack Cozart had a tiebreaking two-run shot Saturday night, powering the Cincinnati Reds to a 6-3 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers. MARLINS ROCKIES

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MIAMI — Rookie Jose Fernandez struck out eight in seven innings, leading the Miami Marlins

to a 3-0 win over the Colorado Rockies on Saturday night.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jordan Zimmermann rebounded from one of his worst career outings to go 7 2-3 strong innings, Ian Desmond hit his 18th home run, and the Washington Nationals beat the Kansas City Royals 7-2 Saturday night. RED SOX DODGERS

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LOS ANGELES — Jon Lester pitched three-hit ball into the eighth inning, Jonny Gomes’ three-run homer capped a fourrun first, and the Boston Red Sox beat Los Angeles 4-2 on Saturday, snapping the Dodgers’ four-game winning streak. TIGERS METS

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NEW YORK — Max Scherzer outpitched Matt Harvey in their All-Star rematch, striking out 11 and hitting a stunning RBI double that sent the Detroit Tigers to a 3-0 victory over the New York Mets on Saturday.

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BALTIMORE— Coco Crisp hit a tiebreaking home run leading off the ninth inning and Jarrod Parker earned his eighth straight win as the Oakland Athletics beat the Baltimore Orioles 2-1 Saturday. INDIANS TWINS

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CLEVELAND — Carlos Santana and Jason Kipnis hit two-run homers, Zach McAllister won his third straight start and the Cleveland Indians defeated the Minnesota Twins 7-2 on Saturday night. ASTROS BLUE JAYS

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HOUSTON— Jason Castro homered twice and drove in three runs to lead the Houston Astros to an 8-5 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday night. RAYS YANKEES

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — David Price outpitched CC Sabathia and the Tampa Bay Rays rallied Saturday night to beat the New York Yankees 4-2 to hang on to first place in the AL East. From wire reports

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California reaches LLWS title SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — When California starter Nick Mora had to leave the game with one out to go, he wasn’t too happy. He was all smiles moments later when reliever Giancarlo Cortez recorded the final out, completing Chula Vista’s 12-1 victory over Westport, Conn., in the U.S. title game of the Little League World Series on Saturday. California will play Japan for the World Series title on Sunday. Japan beat Mexico 3-2 earlier Saturday on Takuma Gomi’s leadoff home run in the sixth inning. Mora gave California the spark it needed with ace righthander Grant Holman not eligible to pitch until Sunday.

six runs in the sixth on a passed ball, a wild pitch, an error, Mora’s RBI single, and a two-run double by Michael Gaines. JAPAN MEXICO

Mora struck out 10 and walked only one before reaching his pitch limit. California took a 6-1 lead in the first two innings against the New England champions, scoring three times in the first with the help of some sloppy Connecticut play, and adding three more on Mora’s long three-run homer in the second. The West champions added

WNBA STANDINGS By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE W L Pct GB x-Chicago 19 8 .704 – Atlanta 14 10 .583 31/2 Washington 13 15 .464 61/2 Indiana 12 14 .462 61/2 New York 10 16 .385 81/2 Connecticut 7 18 .280 11 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L Pct GB x-Minnesota 19 7 .731 – x-Los Angeles 18 8 .692 1 Phoenix 14 13 .519 51/2 Seattle 13 13 .500 6 San Antonio 9 17 .346 10 Tulsa 9 18 .333 101/2 x-clinched playoff spot Friday’s Games Washington 74, Atlanta 64 Tulsa 73, San Antonio 67 Chicago 82, New York 64 Seattle 81, Phoenix 73 Saturday’s Games Indiana at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Chicago at Atlanta, 7 p.m. Today’s Games Seattle at San Antonio, 4:30 p.m. New York at Connecticut, 5 p.m. Tulsa at Los Angeles, 8:30 p.m.

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SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — Defense. Power. Finesse. As usual, Japan has it all. Takuma Gomi led off the top of the sixth inning with a tiebreaking home run, and Tokyo, Japan, beat Tijuana, Mexico, 3-2 on Saturday to win the international title at the Little League World Series. Japan will play Chula Vista, Calif., in the World Series championship today.

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USC from Page B1 Gilmore and defensive tackle Melvin Ingram as well as a second-rounder in wide receiver Alshon Jeffery. Shaw is in and out of the lineup with injuries, meaning little-used Dylan Thompson is forced into signficant playing time, and Lattimore again goes down with a knee injury that ends his USC career. While few of the games were easy, USC was again 11-2 when all was said and done. USC has made that move to where it is seriously considered as one of the top teams in the Southeastern Conference, meaning it is one of the top teams in the country. If Carolina is to maintain that success and perhaps take it a step farther, here are five things that need to happen this season.

1. QUICK LEARNING CURVE ON D While USC has the best defensive player in the country — and perhaps the best player period — in Clowney and arguably the best defensive line in the country, it will be lacking in experience in the seven positions lining up behind the D line. While the men who will be playing linebacker this season are probably more physically talented than the

group from last year, that unit had tons of experience, none moreso than Shaq Wilson. What they lacked in physical ability, they made up for with smarts and desire. There will be a lot of inexperience in the secondary as well. That’s not necessarily a good thing when you open with UNC and follow it up with a trip to Georgia. USC fans need to hope defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward and his assistants have coached those groups where they’ll be ready for what’s coming their way. Also, a strong performance by the group up front in the early going would help tremendously.

2. DON’T LOOK PAST THE HEELS One might think this is a ridiculous statement since it’s your season opener, you’re playing on national television and the such. However, when you’ve got a nationally-ranked conference division foe a week away it can be easy to take your eye off the ball. A loss to the Tar Heels would turn the trip to Athens into one of desperation; a 0-2 start to a season filled with such high expectations would be very deflating. UNC has a strong quarterback in Bryn Renner and a fast-paced offense. USC needs to be focused on

CLEMSON from Page B1 Saturday, playing host to fifth-ranked Georgia. The proximity of these schools to each other and the zealousness of their fan bases makes this in an exciting game, no matter what. However, with the possibilities that exist for both of these teams this year, the buildup is going to reach stratospheric heights. For Clemson, a victory in this contest validates the triumph over LSU and sets it up for a long run and a possible showdown against the other SEC team on its schedule at the end of the season against one South Carolina. The Tigers should be favored in their games leading up to the road contest against No. 6 USC, including the Oct. 19 home showdown against No. 11 Florida State. While Clemson can still accomplish many things if it were to lose to Georgia, a loss to the Bulldogs would put a supreme damper on the talk of a national title. The only saving grace

would be that it is the first game of the season, and Clemson would have time to work its way back through the rankings and get back in the picture by winning out. A win though is a table setter for Clemson.

2. AN IMPROVED DEFENSE Clemson’s defense was a better unit in its first season under defensive coordinator Brent Venables last season than it was in its final year under his predecessor, Kevin Steele. Still, the Tigers need to be better defensively, and both Swinney and Venables know it. The Clemson defense had six sacks against LSU, limited the Bayou Bengals to 219 yards of total offense and stifled them in the fourth quarter so they could rally for the victory. That being said, LSU had a 24-13 lead entering the fourth quarter. Clemson needs to be tougher up front against the run and come with the type of pass rush it

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3. O LINE NEEDS TO STEP UP The offensive line has been a point of contention for USC certainly since Spurrier has been at the school. While Spurrier and his staff have done a good job of recruiting “SEC� type linemen, the production hasn’t always been there. With offensive line coach Shawn Elliott set for his fourth year in the program, USC fans have to hope the line will take a big step forward this year. It has obviously been successful at times the last few years because Carolina has been proficient at both running and throwing the football. That dominant offensive front that every team wants has failed to materialize though. 4. BERMUDA TRIANGLE ROAD TRIP While USC doesn’t have back-toback road games against Louisiana State and Florida this year as it did last year, the SEC didn’t do it any favors with the scheduling. Carolina has three straight SEC road games on the docket for games 6-8, and two of them take the Gamecocks half the way across the country. On Oct. 12, USC plays at Arkansas followed by a trip to Tennessee on Oct. 19. To close it out, the Game-

gate running the football and posted 14 points against Carolina in the first quarter. After that, the focus came on the pass and they were limited to just three points the rest of the way. There is no Andre Ellington this year, meaning that former Sumter High School standout and senior Roderick McDowell is in line to get his chance. McDowell has been successful in big games in a limited role; it will be interesting to see if he gets a chance to be an every-down back and if he can stand up to the pounding.

4. A FOCUSED BOYD Over his career, quarterback Tajh Boyd has given no reason to think that he hasn’t been focused while on the field.

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Vintage Young bids for Packers backup QB job BY GENARO C. ARMAS The Associated Press GREEN BAY, Wis. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Vintage Vince Young resurfaced for one entertaining series at Lambeau Field. Running for first downs and extending plays, the seven-year NFL veteran looked Friday night as if was scrambling around again in a Texas Longhorns uniform. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll settle for the greenand-gold outfits of the Green Bay Packers. Young made a YOUNG strong bid for the backup quarterback job behind Aaron Rodgers with an impressive outing in limited time during the 17-10 preseason loss to the Seattle Seahawks. â&#x20AC;&#x153;As a quarterback, you want to lead your guys out there. You want to convert on third downs, you want to make first downs and know youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going to make the right throws and call the right plays,â&#x20AC;? Young said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I really

feel like as a second- and third-team unit, I think we took a step forward, but we still have a lot to do to work.â&#x20AC;? Playing in the third quarter, Young finished 6 of 7 for 41 yards and a 1-yard touchdown pass to Jonathan Amosa to tie the game at 10. He also ran for 39 yards on three carries, including a 21-yard scramble on a secondand-7 to the Green Bay 44. Youngâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s second series went three-andout, but a high snap that led to a 15-yard loss was mainly to blame. All in all, Young seized the opportunity presented by coach Mike McCarthy, whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s looking to sort out the three-way competition for the backup job between Young, Graham Harrell and B.J. Coleman. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Vince Young, the dimension of running, thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s something that we really wanted to see. I think youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re just seeing Vince get more and more comfortable with whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s asked of him ... very instinctive with big plays,â&#x20AC;? McCarthy said.

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PREP SCHEDULE MONDAY Varsity Volleyball Calhoun at Laurence Manning, 5 p.m. Robert E. Lee at Emmanuel Christian, 5 p.m. Junior Varsity Volleyball Calhoun at Laurence Manning, 4 p.m. Robert E. Lee at Emmanuel Christian, 4 p.m. TUESDAY Junior Varsity Football Laurence Manning at Cardinal Newman, 7 p.m. B Team Football Laurence Manning at Cardinal Newman, 5 p.m. Varsity Girls Tennis Carolina at Wilson Hall (at Palmetto Tennis Center), 4 p.m. Thomas Sumter at Orangeburg Prep, 4 p.m. Junior Varsity Girls Tennis Pee Dee at Wilson Hall (at Palmetto Tennis Center), 4 p.m. Williamsburg at Thomas Sumter (at Palmetto Tennis Center), 4 p.m. Varsity Volleyball Thomas Sumter at Wilson Hall, 5:45 p.m. Clarendon Hall at Carolina, 5:30 p.m. Sumter Christian at Maranatha Christian, 5 p.m. Junior Varsity Volleyball Thomas Sumter at Wilson Hall, 4:30 p.m. Clarendon Hall at Carolina, 4:30 p.m. Sumter Christian at Maranatha Christian, 4 p.m. WEDNESDAY Varsity Cross Country Wilson Hall, Thomas Sumter at Hammond, 5 p.m. Junior Varsity Football Keenan at Lakewood, 6 p.m. Wilson Hall at Pinewood Prep, 6 p.m. Varsity Girls Golf Pinewood Prep at Wilson Hall (at Sunset Country Club), 4 p.m. Varsity Girls Tennis Williamsburg at Laurence Manning, 4 p.m. Junior Varsity Girls Tennis Wilson Hall at Heathwood Hall, 4 p.m.

Varsity Volleyball Wilson Hall at Heathwood Hall, 5:45 p.m. Williamsburg at Laurence Manning, 5 p.m. Junior Varsity Volleyball Wilson Hall at Heathwood Hall, 4:30 p.m. Williamsburg at Laurence Manning, 4 p.m. THURSDAY Varsity Football Lakewood at Keenan (at Bolden Stadium in Columbia), 7:30 p.m. Junior Varsity Football Crestwood at Sumter, 6 p.m. Robert E. Lee at Pee Dee, 6 p.m. Williamsburg at Thomas Sumter, 6:30 p.m. Jefferson Davis at Clarendon hall, 6 p.m. B Team Football Sumter at Irmo, 6 p.m. Varsity Girls Golf Sumter, Airport at Blythewood (at Charwood Country Club), TBA Varsity Girls Tennis Thomas Sumter at Trinity-Byrnes, 4 p.m. Varsity Volleyball Thomas Sumter at Orangeburg Prep, 6 p.m. Jefferson Davis at Clarendon Hall, 5:30 p.m. Conway Christian at Sumter Christian, 5 p.m. Junior Varsity Volleyball Thomas Sumter at Orangeburg Prep, 5 p.m. Jefferson Davis at Clarendon Hall, 4:30 p.m. Conway Christian at Sumter Christian, 4 p.m. FRIDAY Varsity Football Sumter at Crestwood, 7:30 p.m. Scottâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Branch at Manning, 7:30 p.m. Marion at Lee Central, 7:30 p.m. East Clarendon at Latta, 7:30 p.m. Wilson Hall at Augusta Christian, 7:30 p.m. Cardinal Newman at Laurence Manning, 7:30 p.m. Thomas Sumter at Orangeburg Prep, 7:30 p.m. Robert E. Lee at Dorchester, 7:30 p.m. St. Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Christian at Clarendon Hall, 7:30 p.m.

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The Clarendon County Recreation Department will be hosting the first Clarendon County Golf Program Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 21, at Wyboo Golf Club in Manning. The tournament is a fundraiser for its youth golf program. The tournament format will be 4â&#x20AC;&#x201C;man Captainâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Choice. The cost to register is $200 per team or $50 per person. There will be a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Registration and sign-ins will begin at 11 a.m. Food and drink will be provided. Registration forms need to be submitted to the recreation department by Sept. 18. For more information or to get a registration form, call Wyboo Golf Club at 803) 478-7899 or golf program director Donald Hardy at (803) 473-6652). You can also call the recreation department at (803) 473-3543 or visit it at 3057 Raccoon Road in Manning. KUBALA MEMORIAL TOURNEY

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. PAR 4 PETS

The 2nd Annual Par 4 Pets Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday, Sept. 21, at Crystal Lakes Golf Course. The format is 4-man

Captainâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Choice with an entry fee of $160 per team or $40 per player. Entry is limited to the first 20 teams. Registration is at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start at 8:30. There will be $5 per mulligan available at registration with a maximum of two per player. The event is a fundraiser for KATâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Special Kneads small animal shelter. For more information, call Kathy Stafford at (803) 469-3906, Julie Wilkins at (803) 968-5176, Melissa Brunson at (803) 9830038, Gail McLeod at (803) 840-4519 or Crystal Lakes manager Mike Ardis at (803) 775-1902. BASKETBALL OFFICIATING CLASSES

The Wateree Basketball Officials Association will be holding South Carolina High School League Basketball Officials Association training classes for prospective officials beginning on Tuesday, Sept. 3, at 6:30 p.m. at the Sumter County Recreation Department located at 155 Haynsworth Street. After the initial class, all other classes will be held on Monday beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the recreation department. The classes are necessary to officiate middle school, junior varsity and varsity high school games. Each training class will cover National Federation rules for high school basketball, South Carolina Basketball Official Association mechanics, and SCBOA exam preparation. The state wide clinic and exam will be held on Nov. 16, at Lexington

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The Free Spirit Church League is accepting registration for its fall basketball league through Aug. 30. The league is open to both boys and girls ages 5-12. The registration fee is $10 per player. The season begins on Sept. 7. Space is still available for churches to sponsor teams. The entry fee for teams is $100 and the deadline is Aug. 24. To register a player or enter a team, contact David Glover at (803) 9831309. FOOTBALL SUMTER TOUCHDOWN CLUB

The Sumter Touchdown Club is organizing for the upcoming high school football season. The club will meet every Friday at the Quality Inn on Broad Street beginning at 7:15 a.m. There will be a catered breakfast, players of the week, guest speakers, a devotional and a coaches corner. The meeting will conclude by 8:30 a.m. The first meeting will be held on Aug. 30 and will feature local high school coaches partici-

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Ten things to know about the U.S. Open BY HOWARD FENDRICH The Associated Press

7. WHO IS NOT HERE

NEW YORK — A look at 10 of the top topics at the U.S. Open, the hardcourt Grand Slam tennis tournament that begins Monday and ends Sept. 9: 1. MURRAY’S FIRST DEFENSE

For the first time, Andy Murray will be the defending champion at a Grand Slam tournament — and he suspects he’ll be more nervous than usual in the early rounds. Will be intriguing to see if that’s true. His championship at the 2012 U.S. Open made him the first man from Britain to win a major title since Fred Perry in 1936. And last month, Murray ended Britain’s 77-year wait for a male champion at Wimbledon. 2. RAFA RETURNS

Rafael Nadal has gone through all manner of ups and downs over the past two seasons, including a seven-month absence because of knee trouble — he missed two Grand Slam tournaments, including last year’s U.S. Open — plus two more French Open titles and two quick exits at Wimbledon. He’s looked terrific lately, improving to 15-0 on hard courts in 2013 by winning the Montreal and Cincinnati tournaments this month. He’s back up to No. 2 in the rankings, behind only Novak Djokovic, who has reached at least the semifinals in each of his past six visits to Flushing Meadows. 3. FEDERER AT NO. 7

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Andy Murray, Britain’s first male champion at Wimbledon in 77 years, will attempt to defend a Grand Slam title for the first time in his career, at the U.S. Open beginning on Monday.

Grand Slam titles include five at the U.S. Open. He was ranked No. 1 for more weeks than any man in history. He was seeded No. 1 at 18 consecutive Grand Slam tournaments from 200408. And now? Well, he turned 32 this month, has fiddled around with a bigger racket, is coming off his earliest loss at a Grand Slam tournament in a decade, and is seeded No. 7 at the U.S. Open. If he makes it to the quarterfinals, he’d face his nemesis, Nadal. 4. ANYONE OUTSIDE THE BIG 4?

The so-called Big 4 of Federer, Nadal, Djokovic and Murray have combined to win 33 of the past 34 Grand Slam titles, a stretch that began in 2005. Is there any chance anyone else breaks through at this tournament? Any discussion of other contenders must begin with the guy who kept it from being 34 of 34 — Juan Martin del Potro, the 6-foot-6 Argentine with the booming forehand who surprised Fe-

computer rankings, zero U.S. men appeared in the top 20. John Isner, who is listed at 6-foot-10 and can serve as well as anyone, moved back in; he’s seeded 13th and could play Nadal in the fourth round. derer in five sets in the 2009 U.S. Open final. Another big hitter to keep an eye on? No. 5 Tomas Berdych, the 2010 Wimbledon runner-up, although consistency is not his strong suit. 5. THE AMERICAN MEN

Andy Roddick’s name might very well be mentioned as much over the coming weeks as Perry’s has been uttered at Wimbledon. This U.S. Open is the 40th Grand Slam tournament since an American man won a major title, Roddick’s at Flushing Meadows in 2003. Used to be unthinkable that the United States would go a full decade without claiming one of tennis’ most prestigious titles. Earlier this month, for the only time in the 40-year history of the ATP

6. WILLIAMS TRIES TO MAKE IT TWO

For all Serena Williams has accomplished, one tiny thing missing from her resume is a successful title defense at the U.S. Open, the site of a couple of her infamous meltdowns. She won her fourth trophy at Flushing Meadows last year, edging No. 2 Victoria Azarenka in a gripping three-set final. When Williams is on, she’s certainly the woman to beat. But Azarenka believes she has a chance against Williams, a rare quality on the women’s tour; Azarenka won their final at Cincinnati this month. Still, Williams is ranked No. 1, which means she’s seeded No. 1 in New York — the last time that happened was 2002, and she won the tournament.

Maria Sharapova surprisingly withdrew the day before the draw, leaving the field without a four-time Grand Slam champion and TV broadcasters without one of the sport’s top stars. Even more surprising: Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli isn’t entered in the U.S. Open, either, and it’s because she suddenly announced her retirement this month at age 28. Also absent is Mardy Fish, who used to be ranked in the top 10 and was a quarterfinalist in New York two years ago, but hasn’t played in a Grand Slam tournament in 2013 as he tries to come back from a heart issue. 8. YOUNG AMERICAN WOMEN

Sloane Stephens is seeded 15th, and the sport’s biggest stages bring out her best tennis: She upset Williams en route to the Australian Open semifinals, made it to the Wimbledon quarterfinals before losing to eventual champion Bartoli, and got to the second week at the French Open, too. The 20-year-old Stephens is hardly the only up-and-coming young American who could draw attention. Jamie Hampton, who is seeded 23rd, also made the second week at Roland Garros. Madison Keys is worth watching, too. In all, there are 10 U.S. women in the WTA’s top 100. 9. MONDAY, MONDAY

For the first time in the Open era, which began in 1968, the year’s last Grand Slam

tournament is scheduled to end on a Monday — a result of the push by top players to provide a day of rest between the men’s semifinals and final, instead of the U.S. Open’s longstanding Saturday-Sunday finish. Each of the past five years, the U.S. Open wrapped up on Monday, but only because of rain delays. Weather-related problems should become a thing of the past in the not-too-distant future: The U.S. Tennis Association announced plans to build two retractable roofs. The aim is to have a cover for Arthur Ashe Stadium by the 2016 tournament, although it might not be ready until 2017. 10. MONEY, MONEY, EVERYWHERE

Another result of lobbying by top players is an increase in prize money at Grand Slam tournaments — the U.S. Open is raising its total payout about 35 percent in 2013, to more than $34 million. That includes $2.6 million each to the men’s and women’s singles champions. A player who loses in the first round of singles will get $32,000. If either Nadal or Williams wins the title, the trophy would come with a check for $3.6 million, because each earned a possible $1 million bonus by finishing atop the standings from the U.S. Open Series, which takes into account results on the North American hard-court circuit.

U.S. OPEN MEN’S CAPSULES NEW YORK (AP) — Men to watch at the U.S. Open, which begins Monday: NOVAK DJOKOVIC Seeded: 1 Age: 26 Country: Serbia 2013 Match Record: 44-8 2013 Singles Titles: 3 Career Singles Titles: 37 Major Titles: 6 — U.S. Open (‘11), Wimbledon (‘11), Australian Open (‘08, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13) Last 5 U.S. Opens: ‘12-Lost in Final, ‘11-Won Championship, ‘10-F, ‘09-SF, ‘08-SF Topspin: No worse than a semifinalist six years in a row at Flushing Meadows, including four finals appearances in that span — but only one title. ... Played Andy Murray in three of the past four Grand Slam finals, going 1-2; one of those losses came at the U.S. Open a year ago. ... His 28 career hard-court titles are second among active men to Roger Federer’s 52. RAFAEL NADAL Seeded: 2 Age: 27 Country: Spain 2013 Match Record: 53-3 2013 Singles Titles: 9 Career Singles Titles: 59 Major Titles: 12 — U.S. Open (‘10), Wimbledon (‘08, ‘10), Australian Open (‘09), French Open (‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13) Last 5 U.S. Opens: ‘12-Did Not Play, ‘11-F, ‘10-W,

‘09-SF, ‘08-SF Topspin: Returns after missing last year’s U.S. Open during a seven-month absence from the tour because of knee issues. ... Not only does he lead the tour this season with nine titles — no one else has more than four. ... 15-0 on hard courts in 2013, giving him three titles on the surface in a single season for the first time. ... 14-1 against opponents ranked in the top 10 this year. ... Could meet Federer in the quarterfinals. ANDY MURRAY Seeded: 3 Age: 26 Country: Britain 2013 Match Record: 37-7 2013 Singles Titles: 4 Career Singles Titles: 28 Major Titles: 2 — U.S. Open (‘12), Wimbledon (‘13) Last 5 U.S. Opens: ‘12-W, ‘11-SF, ‘10-3rd, ‘09-4th, ‘08-F Topspin: Reached at least the semifinals at nine of the last 10 Grand Slam tournaments he’s entered, and the final at the last four in a row. ... Victory at Wimbledon in July made him the first British man to earn that title since Fred Perry in 1936, sparking talk of knighthood. ... Career-redefining stretch over past 13 months includes two Wimbledon finals, Olympic gold medal and U.S. Open title. Now gets first chance to try to defend Grand Slam title. ... Says his movement is a key to success these two weeks. TOMAS BERDYCH Seeded: 5

Age: 27 Country: Czech Republic 2013 Match Record: 40-16 2013 Singles Titles: 0 Career Singles Titles: 8 Major Titles: 0 — Best: F, at Wimbledon (‘10) Last 5 U.S. Opens: ‘12-SF, ‘11-3rd, ‘10-1st, ‘09-3rd, ‘08-1st Topspin: Tied with Djokovic and Juan Martin del Potro for most hard-court match wins this season, with 25, but is also the only one of the trio without a title on the surface in 2013. ... Runs as hot-and-cold as anyone on tour, capable of upsetting Federer on the way to the semifinals (which he did at the U.S. Open last year) or of losing in the first round (which he did at the U.S. Open twice in the past five years). ... Ranked in top five for first time in career. JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO Seeded: 6 Age: 24 Country: Argentina 2013 Match Record: 34-11 2013 Singles Titles: 2 Career Singles Titles: 15 Major Titles: 1 — U.S. Open (‘09) Last 5 U.S. Opens: ‘12-QF, ‘11-3rd, ‘10-DNP, ‘09-W, ‘08-QF Topspin: After health issues sidetracked him — none more serious than wrist surgery in 2010 — del Potro appears to be back at the top of his game, pushing Djokovic to five sets in the longest Wimbledon semifinal

in history last month, and faring well on the hard-court circuit. ... Left knee that he hyperextended at Wimbledon no longer a problem. ... His 2009 title at the U.S. Open is the only one of the past 34 Grand Slam trophies not won by Federer, Nadal, Djokovic or Murray. ROGER FEDERER Seeded: 7 Age: 32 Country: Switzerland 2013 Match Record: 32-11 2013 Singles Titles: 1 Career Singles Titles: 77 Major Titles: 17 — U.S. Open (‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08), Wimbledon (‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ‘09, ‘12), Australian Open (‘04, ‘06, ‘07, ‘10), French Open (‘09) Last 5 U.S. Opens: ‘12-QF, ‘11-SF, ‘10-SF, ‘09-F, ‘08-W Topspin: Since winning the championship at Flushing Meadows for five consecutive years, has been regressing, with two semifinal exits and then last year’s quarterfinal loss. ... Record streak of reaching at least the quarterfinals at 36 consecutive major tournaments ended in June at Wimbledon with a second-round exit. ... Lowest seeding at the U.S. Open since 2002. ... This is his 56th consecutive Grand Slam appearance, equaling the men’s record held by Wayne Ferreira. KEI NISHIKORI Seeded: 11 Age: 23 Country: Japan 2013 Match Record: 27-14 2013 Singles Titles: 1

U.S. OPEN WOMEN’S CAPSULES NEW YORK (AP) — Women to watch at the U.S. Open, which begins Monday: SERENA WILLIAMS Seeded: 1 Age: 31 Country: United States 2013 Match Record: 60-4 2013 Singles Titles: 8 Career Singles Titles: 54 Major Titles: 16 — U.S. Open (‘99, ‘02, ‘08, ‘12), Wimbledon (‘02, ‘03, ‘09, ‘10, ‘12), Australian Open (‘03, ‘05, ‘07, ‘09, ‘10), French Open (‘02, ‘13) Last 5 U.S. Opens: ‘12-Won Championship, ‘11-Lost in Final, ‘10-Did Not Play, ‘09-SF, ‘08-W Topspin: Trying to win two U.S. Opens in a row for first time. ... As winner of the U.S. Open Series — based on hardcourt results during the North American summer hard-court circuit — eligible for $1 million bonus for a title at Flushing Meadows, giving her chance to take home $3.6 million. ... Her 34-match winning streak that ended with fourth-round loss at Wimbledon was the longest run in women’s tennis since older sister Venus won 35 in a row in 2000. ... Only Steffi Graf (22), Chris Evert (18) and Martina Navratilova (18) have won more Grand Slam titles in the Open era, which began in 1968. VICTORIA AZARENKA Seeded: 2 Age: 24 Country: Belarus 2013 Match Record: 36-4 2013 Singles Titles: 3 Career Singles Titles: 17 Major Titles: 2 — Australian Open (‘12, ‘13) Last 5 U.S. Opens: ‘12-F, ‘11-3rd, ‘10-2nd, ‘09-3rd, ‘083rd Topspin: Reached the final at the past three hard-court Grand Slam tournaments, winning two titles at the Australian Open and losing in three sets to Williams at last year’s U.S. Open. ... Career record against Williams is only 3-12, but two of the victories came this season, making Azarenka only woman to beat the American twice in 2013. ... 16 career hard-court titles put her fourth among active women, behind only the Williams sisters and Maria Sharapova, who withdrew from the U.S. Open with a right shoulder injury. AGNIESZKA RADWANSKA Seeded: 3 Age: 24 Country: Poland 2013 Match Record: 28-9

2013 Singles Titles: 2 Career Singles Titles: 12 Major Titles: 0 — Best: F, at Wimbledon (‘12) Last 5 U.S. Opens: ‘12-4, ‘11-2nd, ‘10-2nd, ‘09-2nd, ‘08-4th Topspin: Master of using spin, changing speeds and angles, to fluster opponents. ... Finally had Grand Slam breakthrough at Wimbledon a year ago, reaching her first major final. ... Her 27-2 record in first-round matches at Grand Slam tournaments — 7-0 at the U.S. Open — gives her the second-best winning percentage among active women, trailing Williams, who is 51-1. ... Moved up to No. 3 seeding when Sharapova withdrew. LI NA Seeded: 5 Age: 31 Country: China 2013 Match Record: 32-11 2013 Singles Titles: 1 Career Singles Titles: 7 Major Titles: 1 — French Open (‘11) Last 5 U.S. Opens: ‘12-3rd, ‘11-1st, ‘10-1st, ‘09-QF, ‘08-4th Topspin: 22-5 on hard courts this season, including a run to her second career Australian Open final plus two recent semifinal appearances at Toronto and Cincinnati. ... Straight-set victories over Sharapova and Radwanska put her in the title match at Melbourne in January, but lost to Azarenka in three sets. CAROLINE WOZNIACKI Seeded: 6 Age: 23 Country: Denmark 2013 Match Record: 27-18 (Playing at New Haven) 2013 Singles Titles: 0 Career Singles Titles: 20 Major Titles: 0 — Best: F, U.S. Open (‘09) Last 5 U.S. Opens: ‘12-1st, ‘11-SF, ‘10-SF, ‘09-F, ‘08-4th Topspin: Had won 20 first-round matches in a row at Grand Slam tournaments into back-to-back losses at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open in 2012. ... Otherwise, though, has had plenty of success at Flushing Meadows, reaching at least the semifinals the three previous years, including her only major final in 2009. PETRA KVITOVA Seeded: 7 Age: 23 Country: Czech Republic 2013 Match Record: 39-18 (Playing at New Haven)

2013 Singles Titles: 1 Career Singles Titles: 10 Major Titles: 1 — Wimbledon (‘11) Last 5 U.S. Opens: ‘12-4th, ‘11-1st, ‘10-4th, ‘09-3rd, ‘08-1st Topspin: Reached final at hard-court tuneup tournament in New Haven. ... Ranks third on tour in aces this season, trailing Serena Williams and Wimbledon runner-up Sabine Lisicki. ... Back in February, won a hardcourt title and also pushed Williams to 7-5 in the third set of a quarterfinal at another tournament on the surface. MARIA KIRILENKO Seeded: 14 Age: 26 Country: Russia 2013 Match Record: 31-14 2013 Singles Titles: 1 Career Singles Titles: 6 Major Titles: 0 — Best: QF, Wimbledon (‘12), French Open (‘13) Last 5 U.S. Opens: ‘12-3rd, ‘11-4th, ‘10-3rd, ‘09-3rd, ‘08-1st Topspin: Reached the quarterfinals at two of the last five major tournaments, the best Grand Slam results of her career. ... Made her debut in the WTA’s top 10 on June 10, after French Open. ... Engaged to NHL star Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals. ... Won the longest tiebreaker in U.S. Open history, 17-15, in the fourth round in 2011, but lost the match in three sets to eventual champion Samantha Stosur. SLOANE STEPHENS Seeded: 15 Age: 20 Country: United States 2013 Match Record: 29-18 2013 Singles Titles: 0 Career Singles Titles: 0 Major Titles: 0 — Best: SF, at Australian Open (‘13) Last 5 U.S. Opens: ‘12-3rd, ‘11-3rd, ‘10-DNP, ‘09-DNP, ‘08-DNP Topspin: Reached the fourth round or better at four of the past six Grand Slam tournaments, performing much more consistently on the biggest stages than at smaller tournaments. ... Will be worth watching to see how she handles the attention that comes with being an up-and-coming American at Flushing Meadows. ... Surprised Williams in an all-U.S. quarterfinal at the Australian Open in January, before losing to Azarenka in the semifinals.

Career Singles Titles: 3 Major Titles: 0 — Best: QF, at Australian Open (‘12) Last 5 U.S. Opens: ‘12-3rd, ‘11-1st, ‘10-3rd, ‘09-DNP, ‘08-4th Topspin: Hasn’t been able to string together more than two match wins in a row since losing to Nadal in the fourth round of the French Open. Was first Japanese man to make it that far in Paris since 1938. ... Game shows up best on hard courts, and his top Grand Slam results have come at the Australian Open and U.S. Open. JOHN ISNER Seeded: 13 Age: 27 Country: United States 2013 Match Record: 32-19 2013 Singles Titles: 2 Career Singles Titles: 7 Major Titles: 0 — Best: QF, at U.S. Open (‘11) Last 5 U.S. Opens: ‘12-3rd, ‘11-QF, ‘10-3rd, ‘09-4th, ‘08-1st Topspin: Missed Australian Open with a knee injury, lost in third round at French Open, then had Wimbledon cut short by a quadriceps injury. Can salvage rough Grand Slam season at the major tournament where he’s most comfortable and his big serve is most dangerous. ... Now officially listed by the ATP World Tour as 6-foot10, an inch taller than he was listed at before this year. ... Beat four players ranked in the top 11, including Djokovic and del Potro, en route to final at Cincinnati; also was runner-up at Washington and won title at Atlanta on hard courts.

KEEPING UP from Page B1 practiced 15 to 20 snaps for each of the punts and kicks. He has to deliver the snap in a certain time, for example, under 1.25 seconds for the field goal, he said. “The field goal’s easier,” said Ballard, the special teams most valuable player in a win against Charleston Southern University last year. “The punt’s not that bad.” He doesn’t feel pressure from defenders right on the line of scrimmage. “I have somewhat of a protection window,” he said. “I have big enough guys around me.” Baldus said Ballard has improved the most in the speed and consistency of his snaps. “The punt snap is deeper,” the coach said. “That is the more difficult one.” The kicking and punting positions have not been decided, Baldus said, so Ballard has been working with returning upperclassmen and three freshmen. He’s been trying to establish a rhythm with the newcomers. “It’s mainly the timing part,” Ballard said. Send updates about area athletes to Barbara Boxleitner at BKLE3@aol.com.


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ou know, I really like to deer hunt, but it’s getting down right hard to get it done. I sat in the rain on opening day and didn’t see a single thing, but at least the dirt was dry inside the ground blind. My hunting partner and I went back to the club between church services last Sunday to check some trail cameras and to put a stand in a tree. Upon arrival, we found the road into the first stand impassable due to flooding. I had seen on TV that the area Earle that surrounds WOODWARD the club had received almost four inches of rain on Saturday, but I was not prepared for the massive amounts of standing water that I saw. We were able to work our way around the water, change out a defective trail camera for one that works and exit to the next location. The mosquitoes were still almost unbearable and — I’m going to go out on a limb here — I assume that with all the standing water they are going to be bad for awhile. We made it to the other locations with no problems, other than the bugs, and upon review of the camera’s SD cards found that there are several does and a couple of cow horn bucks working the stand sites. The cow horns are safe with me, well, at least until December. If nothing better comes along by then, I’ll take one for the meat. So, I planned a hunt for Monday afternoon, but just like every other day, it rained. Tuesday afternoon wasn’t much better. It looked pretty good at first, but a check of the

radar when I got home from work showed a storm beginning to brew just south of the property and moving north. I checked the radar about every 15 minutes and the storm took shape and moved to a position right over the property and then spread all the way to my house. Tuesday was out. O.K. Wednesday was pretty much my last gasp for this week’s article. I checked the radar at work and it was all clear, and when I got home it was still clear, so I proceeded with the pre-hunt ritual. After the shower, I loaded things into the truck, took one last look at the radar and headed out. I generally park my truck on the top of a sandy spot on the edge of a field, so the flying bloodsuckers aren’t that bad there. I changed into my hunting clothes and headed for the stand, wading through the standing waters and clouds of mosquitoes as I went. The hovering pests lessened as I climbed above them and took my place in the stand, and with the help of the ThermaCELL, they were all but nonexistent in a bout 10 minutes. It was hot, no breeze and so humid you could ring water out of the air. Uncomfortable would be a good word to use. As the shadows grew in length, I noticed that my view of the trees on the far side of the field was now obstructed by the volunteer pines that had sprung up in the field so many years ago. I used the distant trees as sort of a sundial to tell about how far away sundown was, but with them now obstructed, oh well. It was a great growing season on the property. The frogs in the standing water cranked up as the sun set, something that I really had

not heard from this stand before. I suppose they are trying to get in that last crop of tadpoles before the winter. I watched and waited, sitting over the clover patch. I could clearly see from my perch that the clover had been eaten down to the ground in the center of the patch, which certainly gave me some encouragement. Around 8 p.m. I picked up movement in one of my shooting lanes and found a rather large rabbit munching clover just as fast as he could go. Now rabbits are not in season at the moment, but after Thanksgiving, he may want to find another clover patch in which to dine because this short, fat, little redneck does love a rabbit on a plate. Shortly after the rabbit filled his gullet, I heard footsteps in the waters behind the stand. They came from over my right shoulder, crossed behind me and went out of hearing over my left shoulder. I never got a look at them, but there was more than one and they were headed in the direction of a large soybean field to the north, just off of our lease. I reckon rain-washed, tender soybean shoots, plucked from the tops of the plants beat out the hard, dirty corn laying in the field on the east side of the lease. I had bet on the corn field. I climbed down when it got too dark to be able to distinguish antlers from ears. I walked by the trail camera, grabbed the SD card and went home. No wonder the clover is a little lacking in front of the stand; there are five big does and a cow horn working it over on a regular basis. Does will be in season come Sept. 15. Maybe it will quit raining by then.

FISHING REPORT Santee Cooper System Largemouth bass: Slow. Bass fishing is very tough on Santee Cooper, and typically August and September are the slowest months of the year. Very little bass fishing is going on in the lakes and most clubs are fishing the Cooper River right now. Lake Murray Striped bass: Good. Lots of schooling activity reported from mid-lake on down, but the fish aren’t as deep as they have been recently. Nearer to the surface down to about 60 feet. Most fish are being caught on downlined live herring but cut bait will also catch fish. Largemouth Bass: Fair to good. Find schools of stripers and you find largemouth mixed in. Throwing buzz baits and topwater lures to start. Crappie: Good. Check the deeper brush piles at 20-25 feet over 35 feet of water. Fish aren’t taking jigs and they are scattered around the lake. Lake Wateree Crappie: Good. Fish are scattered around the lake with all of the intake of fresh water. Fish aren’t sticking tight to brush, probably because of lower water temperatures. Tightlining or longlining is your best bet. Lake Greenwood Largemouth Bass: Slow. The bite is tough, but some results early with popper around seawalls and some action with worms. It’s hard to catch anything of size. Lake Monticello Catfish: Good. Captain Chris Simpson reports that he is catching fish in the range of 5-40 feet right now, but in the next couple of weeks deep humps with current flowing over them should be ideal spots to locate big, aggressive fish. There have been fish deep for some time, but they have not been feeding as well as the shallower fish. For now the backs of coves and humps and points have been most productive, and drifting or anchoring have both been working. Big cut gizzard shad and white perch are working for big fish, and if you want to put any size fish in the boat small cut herring is tough to beat. Lake Russell Striped bass: Fair. As is typical in late August and September; striped bass can be caught on both ends of the

Melvin Leon Dawson and Joan Evans McKnight; Edwin Thompson Kinney and Ashley Elizabeth B. Stover; Charles Eric Miller and Jasmine Symone Sumpter; Jonathan Henry Sabastian of Dalzell and Christian Marie Roche; Lorenzo Tindal and Julia Lucille Rembert of San Antonio, Texas; John Wesley Holliday and Nether Lewis Melton; Antonio Eugene Johnson and Gabrielle Alexis Weems of Manning; Joshua Dean Anderson and Courtney Lee Barkley; Richard Wayne Atkinson and Virginia Ridgeway Strasburger; Jerry Garland Dire and Delaine Alexander; Keishawn Lavaughn Brown and Stephanie Raynee Choice; Brian Glenn McCloud and Brook Ellen Cannon; Thomas Robert McCants of Wedgefield and Amanda Gail Henson; Ronnie Coclough and Regina Ann Wells of Pinewood; Andrew John Widmeyer and Jenny Lynn Degeorge; Michael Douglas Mitchell and Sheryl Lynn Montgomery of Columbia.

Building Permits Mary Gates, owner, Ralph Brown, contractor, 3145 Nazarene Church Road (mobile home, residential); Johnnie Floyd, owner, Cwall Lyons Sr., contractor, 4250 Cotton Acres Road, $5,800 (replace roof on garage, residential); Daniel Hanley, owner, ANG Masonry Inc., contractor, 2195 Harborview Drive, $7,000 (brick fence, residential); Billy and Dina Murphy, owners, James E. Standley, contractor, 1009 Kentwood Drive, $6,262 (reroof — shingles, residential); Margaret Hogan, owner, Ricky Jones, contractor, 4810 Narrow Paved Road, Lynchburg (mobile home, residential); Great Southern Homes Inc., owner and contractor, 294 Aberlour Drive, 3,306 heated square feet and 566 unheated square feet, $133,016 (new dwelling, residential). Elder L. Holmes Sr., owner, Donald Budding dba Sumter Roofing, contractor, 60 Amherst Court, $5,460 (reroof, residential); Heirs of Bobby E. Odom and Viva J. Odom, owners, Welch’s Quality Builders & Roofers LLC, contractor, 5035 Ridge St., Dal-

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lake. Be sure to use circle hooks to make releasing fish easier as many of these striped bass are small. Fish can be caught free lining live herring and gizzard shad over 15-30 feet of water in the cooler water. Lake Thurmond Crappie: Good. Best bet is 20 feet over 25-30 feet of water along the river channel. Target crappie by anchoring and dropping minnows vertically. Striper: Fair. Fish are on the lower end of the lake at 50-60 feet off points with hybrids about 10 feet above them. Fishing live herring on down lines has been the predominant technique. Lake Wylie Largemouth Bass: Slow. Fluctuating water levels have made it tough to determine any pattern although some results reported in the shallows. Try prop baits, swimbaits and weightless Senkos. Lake Jocassee Trout: Good. For quality fish the catch rate has overall been pretty good. Trolling in the big water 60-100 feet down with spoons and live shiners has been most effective. The intakes are still producing some fish off and on, but night fishing has slowed. Night fishermen should try suspending nightcrawlers and shiners 25 to 40 feet down near the intakes. Lake Keowee Largemouth and Spotted Bass: Slow. The catch hasn’t been much to speak of lately, but some results on topwater early. Bream: Fair. In the backs of creeks, coves and around waterfalls bream are being caught in good numbers. Fish crickets, worms or small artificials like inline spinners. Lake Hartwell Striped and Hybrid Bass: Good. Fish are very deep at 50 to 100 feet and some days may be on the bottom. Try down lined live herring. Catfish: Good. Flatheads especially are biting at 5 to 25 feet at night. Try cut herring. Crappie: Improving. During the day the best bet is fishing around deeper parts of the bridges in 20-25 feet of water, or around brush at the same depth. Largemouth: Slow. It’s a tough bite on the lake and hard to catch anything good. Some results on topwater with Texas rigs, but no real pattern on the lake.

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23 L St., $8,000 (replace roof, residential); Shirley Graham, owner, William Wilson, contractor, 8360 Two Mile Road, Lynchburg (mobile home, residential); Mungo Homes, owner and contractor, 2130 Harborview Drive, 4,425 heated square feet and 779 unheated square feet, $214,000 (new dwelling, residential); Mungo Homes, owner and contractor, 2140 Harborview Drive, 4,233 heated square feet and 679 unheated square feet, $214,000 (new dwelling, residential); Great Southern Homes Inc., owner and contractor, 3615 Galloway Lane, 2,567 heated square feet and 344 unheated square feet (new dwelling, residential). Hurricane Construction Inc., owner and contractor, 1790 Gafton Circle, 4,072 heated square feet and 442 unheated square feet, $129,900 (new dwelling, residential); Hurricane Construction Inc., owner and contractor, 1740 Gafton Circle, 2,519 heated square feet and 548 unheated square feet, $88,200 (new dwelling, residential); Hurricane Construction Inc., owner and contractor, 6575 Hidden Haven Road, 3,627 heated square feet and 705 unheated square feet, $126,530 (new dwelling, residential); Hurricane Construction Inc., owner and contractor, 6690 Hidden Haven Road, 2,801 heated square feet and 561 unheated square feet, $83,900 (new dwelling, residential). Hurricane Construction Inc., owner and contractor, 6700 Hidden Haven Road, 2,853 heated square feet and 692 unheated square feet, $88,584 (new dwelling, residential); Hurricane Construction Inc., owner and contractor, 1010 Rockdale Blvd., 2,853 heated square feet and 692 unheated square feet, $88,584 (new dwelling, residential); Hurricane Construction Inc., owner and contractor, 1040 Rockdale Blvd., 3,627 heated square feet and 705 unheated square feet, $126,530 (new dwelling, residential); Hurricane Construction Inc., owner and contractor, 1055 Willcroft Drive, 3,627 heated square feet and 705 unheated square feet, $129,530 (new dwelling, residential). Hurricane Construction Inc., owner and contractor, 910 Rockdale

Blvd., 2,519 heated square feet and 548 unheated square feet, $88,200 (new dwelling, residential); John Wesley Johnson, owner, Aaron Dyson Construction, contractor, 4375 Cotton Acres Road, 1,350 heated square feet and 485 unheated square feet, $80,000 (new dwelling, residential); John R. and Mary F. Owen, owners, Gainey Construction Co. LLC, contractor, 2975 Tara Drive, 456 heated square feet, $26,448 (finish bonus room, residential); Lilavivat Limited Partnership, owner, Hawkins and Kolb Construction Co., contractor, 645 W. Wesmark Blvd. (B), $250,000 (upfit for Carolina Retina Center, commercial). Ramon Schwartz Jr. (lifetime estate), owner, Jeffrey D. Haas, contractor, 214 Haynsworth St., $17,000 (replace window and rotten wood, residential); Mungo Homes Inc., owner and contractor, 1600 Ruger Drive, 1,752 heated square feet and 596 unheated square feet, $102,000 (new dwelling, residential); Mungo Homes Inc., owner and contractor, 1590 Ruger Drive, 2,751 heated square feet and 264 unheated square feet, $120,000 (new dwelling, residential); Michael Welch, owner, Harvey McDonald, contractor, 975 Pearson Road (mobile home, residential); Lula F. Donovan, owner, Billy Barrett dba B. Barrett Structural, contractor, 950 S.C. 261 South, Wedgefield, $8,400 (repairs to interior plaster, residential). Dwayne Dingle, owner, Baxley’s Bestway Transportation, contractor, 2190 Avenue C, Mayesville (mobile home, residential); Thomas Jr. and Mary R. Mahoney, owners, Frank Mishoe, contractor, 4356 Queen Chapel Road, Dalzell (mobile home, residential); John E. Boone, owner, Shelwood China, contractor, 4310 Cotton Acres Road, 600 unheated square feet, $11,000 (patio top over existing detached slab, residential); Sharon K. Eyler, owner, Charles M. Smith, contractor, 2960 Ithica Drive (mobile home, residential); Linda D. Hannibal-Wheat, owner, William Randolph dba Randolph General Construction, contractor, 717 White Pine Way, $6,500 (remove / replace shingles, residential).


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ore than 20 people gathered in a semicircle opened their mouths wide and stuck their tongues out at Scott Freiberg Friday morning. They were not commenting on their breakfasts — Freiberg is food service director at Morningside of Sumter — rather, they were imitating him as he taught them the lion pose, one of the warm-up poses in yoga. Also a certified yoga instructor, Freiberg is teaching the class to Morningside residents, members of the Shepherd’s Center and “anyone else who’s interested,” he said. There is no charge. Most of his students do the poses from a seated position or standing while holding onto their chairs; however, Freiberg said some bring mats for more advanced poses on the floor. “I encourage them to stand if they feel comfortable doing that,” he said. “Anybody can do the poses any way they want. They’re very adaptable.” Each one-hour session begins with Freiberg reading an “inspirational quote,” he said. “Last Friday, it was one that someone brought in. I printed out a copy for each class member and also distributed them to

the (Morningside) residents. Some of them framed it.” Following the reading, Freiberg and his students made the gesture called Namaste. Each one placed his or her hands together in front of the heart, closed her eyes and bowed to the other participants. “The word Namaste literally means ‘I bow to you,’” Freiberg explained to his students. “It’s a sign of respect” and an acknowledgement of the soul or “divine spark” in each person. He said that many people think of yoga as a religion. “It’s not a religion,” he said. “It’s about moving and breathing.” In fact, Freiberg starts with a short breathing exercise, before moving on to some yoga poses. Each person took deep breaths in through the nose and out through the mouth at his direction. Then he took them through some warm-up exercises. The lion pose, he said, “is a good stress reliever, and it’s a lot of fun. It gets everyone laughing and smiling, in a good mood. We’re in there laughing like a bunch of kids.” Additionally, he said, “It’s supposed to be good for colds.” The eagle is a balancing pose intended to “wake up” the skeletal system, especially the 14 largest joints.

What benefits do his students gain from practicing yoga? “It helps them with balance and stress,” Freiberg said. “It helps them sleep better and increases muscle tone.” The benefits also “spill out into the rest of the building,” he said, demonstrating that “Just because you’re older doesn’t mean you’re weak.” The public is invited to participate in Yoga for Seniors from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. each Friday at Morningside of Sumter, 2500 LinDo Court off Wilson Hall Road. For more information, call Scott Freiberg at (803) 4694490.

Scott Freiberg teaches a group of seniors the eagle position in his yoga class at Morningside of Sumter. The free class is open to residents and members of the public.

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50 Years Ago — 1963 Oct. 18-24 City Council Busy in Tuesday Meeting — Annexations, auctioneers and streets received the most attention in a busy meeting of City Council yesterday. Two petitions calling for annexation of property were approved by council, which then adopted a resolufrom the tion ordering archives of an election. The Item Property belonging to W.B. Boyle Co. behind and adjacent to the recently anItem Archivist nexed PalSAMMY WAY metto Plaza off Guignard Drive and 62 acres in the northeast section of the city bounded on the west by the Oswego Road and belonging to Wen-Le Corp. will be voted on in a citywide election scheduled in the near future. Miss Elmore Crowned Farm Bureau Queen — More than 200 Clarendon Farm Bureau members and friends assembled at the Manning High School auditorium Tuesday evening to witness the crown-

ing of the Farm Bureau Queen for 1964. Miss Nina Elmore, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loraine Elmore of Route 1, Alcolu, was chosen queen and was crowned by Mrs. C.F. Price of Marion, South Carolina Farm Bureau woman’s chairman. She is a student at Manning High School. Pat Berlinger is Selected Miss Hillcrest — The Hillcrest Student Body has selected Pat Berlinger as their “Miss Hillcrest.” Pat is a daughter of M. Sgt. (Ret.) and Mrs. R.E. Berlinger. Before his retirement Sgt. Berlinger and his family had been at Shaw for four and a half years. He is presently the greens keeper at the Shaw Golf Course. Fair Awards Welsh Pony — “City School Day” Friday at the Sumter County Fair was climaxed with the awarding of a Welsh pony to 8–year-old Henry McLeod of Route 2, Pinewood. The drawing, free admission to the grounds for children until 6 p. m., the attractions of the Amusements of America mid-way and a colorful fireworks exhibition, contributed toward making Friday the biggest single day of the week in terms of admissions.

They Bring the News — The Item salutes several of its carriers during National Newspaper Day. Those recognized in the published photo were Keith Boone, Lenny Cummings, Mike Blanding, Terrell Stamps, Perry DuRant, Kenneth French, Danny Farmer, Steve Bramlette, David Bryant, Steve Stamps, Billy Waters, Dwight Campbell, Ronnie Boyce, Randy Gleaton, Tom Lewis and John Klonis. Jaycee Drive One-Day Blitz — Swift Strike II, not a military exercise but a Sumter Jaycee membership drive, will kickoff tomorrow morning at the Holiday Inn. It will be an extensive, one-day campaign, says project Chairman Larry Rogers, with two teams competing for the most new members. The losers will buy steaks for the winners. Jaycee President Jimmy Britton described Jaycee membership as “a rewarding experience” for young men. ‘Stop Polio’ Clinics Open Doors Sunday — Dr. C. Benton Burns, chairman of the campaign, urged all residents and their children to take advantage of this opportunity to wipe out the dreaded disease. “Many people may have already had the Salk vaccine,” said Burns, “and may have

some protection. However, they can still be a carrier of the polio virus and infect others. There are no exceptions — everyone must receive the vaccine”… The Sabin polio vaccine is taken by mouth on a sugar cube. There are no needles or bad taste. Because of the expense of the program, sponsors are asking that all who receive the vaccine make a contribution of 25 cents or more…. Sumter Y Begins Women’s Program — Sumter YMCA has launched a new physical education program for women this year. Classes will meet on Tuesday and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to noon, YMCA Secretary Bob Vetter said. Mrs. Jack Dean, wife of the YMCA’s athletic director, will conduct the classes. Mrs. Dean has taught physical education classes at North Greenville Junior College. Featured in the classes will be an opening exercise period for 30 minutes, followed by an hour’s session of indoor games, including basketball, volleyball and badminton…. Sumter Dog Winner of National Crown — Sumter, one of the doggiest little towns in the country, now has a second national champion to go along

with R.P. Skinner’s Santee Sam. Bill Chaney’s liver-and-white pointer, Dan, turned in an outstanding performance in the National Amateur Pheasant Championships at Baldwinsville, N.Y., to capture first place in the prestige-laden event and give Sumter its second national winner. At The Movies — Featured at the Sumter Theater is “For Love or Money” starring Kirk Douglas, Mitzi Gaynor and Gig Young. The Carolina was offering “Just for Fun” and “Queen of the Pirates.” Also “A Farewell to Arms,” starring Rock Hudson, Jennifer Jones and Vittorio De Sica, also “Johnny Cool” with Henry Silva and Elizabeth Montgomery. The Sky-Vue Drive-In featured the “Naked Spur” the “Island of Love” and “Gypsy.” Sports: Phyllis Chapple Sets Record with High Game Score of 285 — A Sumter housewife had the gallery mesmerized at Gamecock Lanes when she rolled a high game of 285 — the highest score ever bowled in South Carolina by a woman in competition. Not to be content with that, SEE YESTERYEAR, PAGE C4


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Burchstead-Nagy COLUMBIA – Sarah Hunter Burchstead and Travis Michael Nagy were united in marriage on Saturday, Aug. 3, 2013, at 701 Whaley. The bride is the daughter of retired Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Harry Beck Burchstead Jr. of Sumter, and the granddaughter of Ramon Schwartz Jr. and the late Mrs. Schwartz of Sumter and the late Col. and Mrs. Harry Beck Burchstead of Reidville. She is a graduate of the University of South Carolina with a bachelor of arts in history and religious studies and a master’s degree in social work. She was a youth MRS. TRAVIS NAGY development volunteer with the Peace Corps in Ukraine and is a case manager in support services at Room in the Inn, which serves Nashville’s homeless population. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Lee Smith of Fountain Inn and Jànos Sandor Nagy of Pembrook Pines, Fla., and the grandson of Ms. Patricia Ann Glasso of Ocala, Fla., and the late Albert Szumigalski of Harmony, Pa. He attended George Washington University and graduated from the University of South Carolina with a bachelor of arts in political science and a juris doctorate from the School of Law. He is employed by the Social Security Administration as a senior

attorney adviser. Escorted and given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an ivory gown with a timeless sheath wedding tulle overlay, a beaded illusion bateau neckline and lacy delicate scalloped hem detail. She carried a bouquet of lisianthus, delphinium, veronica, hydrangea, dahlia, and the national flower of Ukraine, the sunflower. The bride’s cousin, Katherine Anne Kapsidelis, served as maid of honor, with Allene Burgess Johnson as matron of honor. The bridegroom’s father served as best man, and Robert Joseph Oppermann served as groomsman. Ushers were Matthew Ramon Burchstead, Michael Reid Burchstead, Wallace Edward Howard III, Alexander Thomas Kapsidelis, Matthew Scott Loughran and Christopher Michael Riddle. Dr. Harold Wendell French officiated at the ceremony. The Jackson Sisters String Quartet provided the music for the ceremony. The bridegroom’s parents held the rehearsal party at Al’s Upstairs. A reception followed the ceremony. Following a wedding trip to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, the couple resides in Nashville, Tenn.

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Emily Burgess Roddey of Sumter and Philip Michael Sawyer of Georgetown were united in marriage at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24, 2013, at First Presbyterian Church in Sumter. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lathan Roddey III of Sumter, and the granddaughter of Mrs. Dallas John Mahoney Jr. and the late Mr. Mahoney and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lathan Roddey Jr., all of Sumter, and the late Robert Ernest Dunn. She graduated from Clemson University with a bachelor of science degree in animal science with a concentration in equine business. She is employed by Mt. MRS. PHILIP SAWYER Pleasant Plantation in Andrews. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paige Bolliver Sawyer III, and is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ray McDaniel and the late Mr. and Mrs. Paige Bolliver Sawyer Jr., all of Georgetown. He graduated from The Citadel with a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice. He is employed by Thompson Industrial Supply as general manager. The Rev. Josie Holler and the Rev. Raymond J. Fancher performed the ceremony. Music was provided by Mrs. Hamilton Stoddard, director of music and organist; Mrs. Lauren Decker, violinist; Gary Hipp, bagpiper; and Mrs. Marcy Bunnell Carl, soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a silk ballgown-style

dress with an alencon lace bodice and chapel train and a veil trimmed with lace from her mother’s wedding gown. She carried a bouquet of white peonies, green hydrangeas, sweet peas, ranunculus and wildflowers accented with succulents and wild turkey feathers. Martha Annette Roddey McCarley, sister of the bride, and Elizabeth O’Cain Shaw served as matrons of honor. Bridesmaids were Mary Elizabeth Bultman, Kathryn Watson McElveen, Nancy Lee Sharp, Caroline Bolen Tamsberg and Kathleen Jones Welch. Mary Boyd McCarley served as the flower girl. The bridegroom’s father served as best man. Groomsmen were Cary Ray Sawyer, brother of the bridegroom, Wiley Craig Bell, Robert Jackson McCarley IV, Robert Charles O’Donnell, Raymond Grant Richards and Richard Michaux White III. Ushers were Justin Dana Coker, Randolph Lee Harrellson Jr., Tradd Cook Stuckey and William Belton White. Also participating were Satcher Bynum Armstrong, Katie Morgan Brown, Amelia Macloskie, Stewart Holler and Owings Holler. The reception was given by the bride’s parents at their family barn. The rehearsal dinner was given by the bridegroom’s parents at Hampton’s Main Room. After a wedding trip to Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, the couple will reside in Andrews.

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ELLOREE — Anna Annice ConThe bride was escorted by her faley of Elloree and William Hamilton ther. James Jr. of Sumter were united in Lauren Rebecca Davis served as marriage on Saturday, Aug. 3, 2013, maid of honor, with Chelsea Fogle at Trinity Lutheran Church. Knott as matron of honor. BridesThe bride is the daughter of Mr. maids were Madison Parker Bedenand Mrs. Charles Edward Conley of baugh, Laura Amber Bryant, CatheElloree, and the granddaughter of rine Whetstone Burnside, Laurie RaMrs. Robert Lide mage Dyches, AliPolin and the late son Elizabeth ElMr. Polin of Elliott, Caroline loree, and the late Smoak Farmer, SteMr. and Mrs. Leonfanie Cotton Kight ard Harry Conley and Ellen James of Hagan, Ga. She Peek. graduated from The brideCalhoun Academy groom’s father and Clemson Uniserved as best man. versity and is purGroomsmen were suing a degree in Jesse Hunter speech and lanReeves, Allen guage pathology at Douglas Brown, South Carolina Travis Allen Knott, State University. Tyler Conrad Law, The bridegroom Aaron Wesley is the son of Mr. McKeowen, Charles and Mrs. William Bradley Pavey, MRS. WILLIAM JAMES JR. Hamilton James Brooks Edward Sr., and the grandSmith, Ryan Walker son of Mr. and Truluck and MatMrs. Paul Copeland Gardner and thew David Wannamaker. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whiteford Also participating were Frances James Sr., all of Sumter. He graduatHall Mann, Lauren Tyler Nettles, ed from Thomas Sumter Academy Casey Hendley Scott and Meredith and Clemson University. He is emAshburn Yelton. ployed by Whiteford Farms and TriThe reception was given by the ple J Farms in Sumter. bride’s parents. The Rev. Daniel Barber officiated The bridegroom’s parents held at the ceremony. the rehearsal party at the Heritage Music was provided by Wayne Museum in Elloree. Smallridge, organist; and Robert Following a wedding trip to the Benjamin Davis and Kimberli RusBahamas, the couple resides in sell, vocalists. Sumter.

Diane Hollingsworth Renko of Sumter announces the engagement of her daughter, Kelly Catherine Renko of Chapel Hill, N.C., to John Gorman Clarkson III of Chapel Hill, son of Diane Clarkson and Mr. and Mrs. John Gorman Clarkson II, all of Columbia. The bride-elect is also the daughter of the late retired Lt. Col. Gregory John Renko, and the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Newton Hollingsworth III of Sarasota, Fla., and the late Mr. and Mrs. George John Renko of Duluth, Minn. She graduated from Sumter High School and the University of South Carolina cum laude and is a master of fine arts candidate in costume technology at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She is emMISS RENKO, CLARKSON ployed as a costumer for Playmakers Repertory Theater at UNC. The bridegroom-elect is the grandson of Mrs. Dorothy Cox and the late Arthur Cox of Gaston, and Mrs. Mary Clarkson and the late John Gorman Clarkson of West Columbia. He graduated from A.C. Flora High School in Columbia and in May from the University of South Carolina with a master’s degree in public health. The wedding is planned for Jan. 4, 2014, at Church of the Holy Cross in Sumter.

EARLY WEDDING / ENGAGEMENT DEADLINE Engagement and wedding announcements for publication in the Sept. 8 edition of The Item, must be submittedby noon on Aug. 29. Engagement and wedding announcements of local interest are published on Sundays. The normal deadline is noon on the preceding Monday. Holiday deadlines vary. Engagement and wedding forms may be obtained at The Item or downloaded from The Item’s Web site at www.TheItem.com. Please type or print all information, paying particular attention to names. Do not print in all capital letters. 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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In 1886, merchants flock to Main Street In part II of our return to 1886 Sumter, we will provide you with a brief overview of several businesses and their owners who played an integral role in the community’s development. Sumter was experiencing a period of economic growth and expansion, and merchants from the surrounding towns began to flock to Sumter’s Main Street in order to share in the prosperity. Many of these visionaries would share their talents in the political arena, often occupying positions of leadership. Information used in preparing this article was taken from The Watchman and Southron newspaper and was edited because of its length.

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J. D. CRAIG was a native of Fairfield County who lived and remained in business here since 1850 was among the earliest established businessmen. Craig was one of the few practical cabinet makers to be found in the state, CRAIG having learned the trade with H.M. Berry of Columbia, beginning his apprenticeship in 1850. He secured a location for his store at the corner of Main and Canal streets. The original building has been expanded as other buildings have been put up until there is a cluster of Sammy five or six WAY frame structures, all painted white and neat in appearance. The facility stocks a large inventory of furniture and undertaking goods. Craig had the ability to fill orders for furniture and coffins in short order, and his business remained one of the most stable of enterprises in the Sumter business community for many years. ALTAMONT MOSES was a native of Sumter who entered the mercantile business at an early age. His first partnership involved the late M.E. Cohen in 1874. He retired from this business in MOSES 1879; however, he returned in 1881 purchasing the business. His company employed six or seven people and engaged in both a wholesale and retail business. His management skills enabled the company to prosper, allowing it to purchase some 2,000 bales of cotton per year. The business also sold some hundreds of tons of fertilizers and generally supplied the wants of hundreds of people in Sumter and adjacent counties.

His store, a 33-by-70 feet brick building with two stories, was located on the corner of Main Street. Moses, often referred to as one of Sumter’s “town fathers,” gave his business personal attention and consistently promoted Sumter’s best interests. C.I. HOYT operated one of the oldest business interests in Sumter. The C.I. Hoyt Jewelry Store started circa 1826 by Freeman Hoyt, who was followed by his son O.F. Hoyt. C.I. would become a partner in the enterprise and later became the sole proprietor until 1880 when he ceded the business to H.A. Hoyt. The store developed a large repair business and carried a diverse and substantial retail stock. The owners, both past and present, were successful in developing a reputation for honesty and for selling only the finest merchandise. T.C. SCAFFE was the only merchant in Sumter who sold “stoves, tin ware and house furnishings goods.” He enlisted in the Palmetto Battery of Light Artillery in 1861 and served as a courier. He was born in Darlington and later moved to Sumter, where in 1865 following the Civil War he started work as “a practical tinsmith.” He became a partner with A. Hauser in 1870, taking sole proprietorship after two years. In November 1883, he lost his shop to fire, later rebuilding and opening a store on the Hoyt block. His store employed seven men and featured an expansive inventory of “roofing, guttering and spouting and specialized in sinking wells. He sold a wide variety of stoves “made by prominent manufacturers of Reading, Philadelphia, Albany, Rome and elsewhere;” his store remained one of the more successful establishments in the business district. B.J. BARNETT had been a resident of this county for 35 years. He moved from Manville, located 16 miles north

of the town, and began operation of a general merchandise business while continuing to operate a farm. His interests in Manville were the responsibility of his two sons, “Nat” and Isaac Barnett. Barnett was “a general dealer, as a buyer of cotton, he annually handles from 800 to 1,000 bales.” The Barnett Co. was also responsible for selling between 100 to 200 hundred tons of fertilizer a year. His store usually employed five salesmen who understood the needs and wants of their customers. The business was housed in a building made of brick that measured 35 by 90 feet and had a large, well-stocked salesroom featuring a variety of products. A.A. SOLOMONS “was a native of Sumter and among the oldest of its businessmen. It was fully 65 years since his father, the late M. Solomons, established the business; and ever since his boyhood, Mr. A.A. Solomons was associated with it. For a number of years he and his brother, the late J.T. Solomons, were in partnership,” but it is believed they separated in 1868 leaving A.A. the sole proprietor. The building was a large brick structure, “stuccoed in imitation brown stone and fronts 82 feet on Main Street by 130 feet on Liberty Street.” The store was usually manned by 14 or 15 people. The business not only engaged in the wholesale and retail business, but also purchased about 1,000 bales of cotton a year. The Solomons Co. enjoyed a wide-reaching clientele and worked hard to please frequent shoppers. J.F.W. DELORME was “the oldest druggist of Sumter ... who, like so many of his brother merchants, was a native of the town.” Delorme entered the drug store business in 1852 with two partners, J.M. Wilder and F.J. Moses. He served during the Civil War in the 9th S.C. Reg-

iment, completing one year before a disability ended his service. He later enlisted in the Quartermaster Department. DeLorme was elected warden of the community, serving two years before leaving public service. His drug store was neat in appearance and well stocked with products necessary for the drug business. The shelves were stocked with numerous medicines, paints, oils, dye materials, toilet articles and cigars. His store was designed to provide his customers with those supplies usually not found in a general store. DR. A.J. CHINA was also involved in the pharmacy business and The interior of the B.J. Barnett store, located on Main Street, is seen. This retail and whole- like many of Sumter’s sale enterprise was well stocked and was a favorite of Sumter shoppers. prominent business-

ABOVE: A.A. Solomons was one of Sumter’s leading businessmen. His store would become Sumter Dry Goods, which was popular with Sumter consumers. LEFT: J.D. Craig’s furniture store was located at the intersection of Canal and Main streets. Craig, noted for his woodworking abilities, constructed both furniture and coffins in his workshop. PHOTOS PROVIDED

men was a native of this community. He began his study of medicine under the tutelage of Dr. Dargan of Greenville. In 1860, he graduated from the Medical College of the State of South Carolina. When South Carolina seceded, he enlisted in the Army and CHINA became an assistant surgeon, serving from 1861 to the conclusion of the war. In 1865, he entered into a partnership with his father-in-law, the late A. Anderson, until 1870 when Anderson died. In 1875-76 he opened his place of business on Main Street next to Ryttenberg’s large mercantile store. The building was con-

structed of brick and measured 25 by 70 feet; it was one of the largest drug stores in the state at that time. The business was usually manned by three or four regular salesmen including I.A. McKagen, the prescription clerk, who worked for China 10 years; B.R. Sanders, four years; and A.E. Eberhart, two years. China endeavored to manage his drug store while continuing to meet the needs of his medical practice. In addition to his numerous business concerns, he also served as vice president of the National Bank. Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at waysammy@yahoo.com or (803) 774-1294.


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PBS loves Honey Boo Boo; Public TV unique once again BY DAVID BAUDER AP Television Writer NEW YORK — Honey Boo Boo, the management at PBS wants to thank you. You, too, real housewives. And naked castaways, Long Island princesses, breakaway Amish, storage warriors, pawn stars and pickers. People at public television may not want to watch you, but they are happy to see you. When Discovery, The Learning Channel, History, Bravo, A&E and similar networks emerged, there was a real fear it could lead to the death of PBS. Each specialized network would pick off a portion of PBS’ audience for programs on science, nature, history and the arts. Founded as an alternative to commercial TV, PBS was losing what made it unique. Yet in the past few years, these cable networks discovered that it was much more profitable to create reality TV stars. PBS’ path was cleared, and it is making the most of its new chance. “It is now once again something that the viewer can’t get anywhere else,” said Beth Hoppe, PBS’ programming chief. PBS’ viewership slipped steadily starting in 1993, which hardly made it unusual in a world with an ever-increasing number of choices. Since 2009, that trend has reversed. PBS’ average prime-time audience has ticked back up from 1.9 million four years ago to 2.1 million now, with the growth faster among young people. Certainly the sensation of “Downton Abbey” is a key factor, but the growth isn’t just on Sunday. Hoppe is trying to infuse PBS with new energy, make its projects more timely and get her colleagues to treat it

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as a television network instead of just a public service. Hoppe worked at PBS stations in New Hampshire, Boston and New York City and remembers well the worries when new cable networks started. “We were concerned that people would consider us irrelevant because we were no longer providing a service, or that we would no longer be perceived as providing a service that people couldn’t get anywhere else,” she said. Maybe PBS’ programs were better, but that might not matter, she said. She left PBS to join the new wave, taking a job at Discovery to produce science programming for its networks. She knew it was time for something else when an executive asked her to go to Los Angeles to “add sex and celebrities” to the “Curiosity” series she was working on. Hoppe talked to old friend Paula Kerger, the president and CEO of the Public Broadcasting Service, to see if there was room for her if she returned.

YESTERYEAR from Page C1 she took a short break and went back to roll a high series of 617, first time in her five years of organized bowling that she hit the 600 mark…. Sumter High School Defeats Aiken 27-0 — Humiliated at A.C. Flora’s homecoming last week, Edmunds High’s Gamecocks bounced back at their own last night as they ran over, around and above the Aiken Hornets in a resounding 27-0 victory. Aiken never got past the Sumter 50-yard line until the final quarter, while the Gamecocks ground out 387 yards, 207 in the air as quarterbacks Tommy Edens and Jimmy Buck completed 10 of 20 pass attempts…. Monarchs Gain Tie for Crown by Dumping Hillcrest 32-12 — The Manning Monarchs clinched a tie for loop champions in Conference 6A by rolling over the visiting Hillcrest Wildcats by a 32-12 score. Manning’s powerhouse slashed through the porous Wildcat line once in each of the first two periods, twice in the third, and once in the fourth. Latta Earns Loop Crown Over Furman — Latta downed Furman 20-13 at Latta to sew up Conference 5B honors. Furman has to shoot for second place in the loop now with two games that count remaining. Bulldogs Visit Strong Cousins — The Lincoln Bulldogs will travel to Georgetown for their toughest game of the season where they will meet the powerful Bulldogs of Howard High. So far this season the Bulldogs have played six games. They salvaged their first victory last week against five defeats…. Morris Claims 18-6 Victory Over Staters — Morris College boasting a 3-2 overall record and 2-0 in the conference goes to Kittrell, N.C. next weekend to try to add to its success streak. Last Saturday, the team dumped Savannah State by 18-6 on the local school’s field…Coach Leo Richardson commented that his boys didn’t play up to their ability until the end of the game. He figures the team should have done better than they did but he’s glad to get the win….

Even with the lure of a big prize giveaway, Sumter’s semipro Generals attracted only some 200 spectators to the fairgrounds Saturday night but those who attended saw a hard-fought, defensive game won by Sumter 15-0… 75 YEARS AGO —1938-39 Jan. 19-25 Sports: The Sumter “Y” Midgets and Junior Dragon basketball teams won a doubleheader last night from the Olympia High School Midget and Junior teams. The local Midgets won 21-13 and the Sumter Juniors 35-19. Last night’s victory was the sixth consecutive win against out of town opponents for the local Midgets and the fifth for the Sumter Juniors… Central Teams Down Hillcrest — The Central teams from Lee County made it a perfect day when they defeated the Hillcrest boys and girls in a doubleheader played at Hillcrest Tuesday. In the opening game, the Central team was complete master of the situation winning by a 30-14 count. Denton and Cook were outstanding for Central. The Jones sisters, centers for Hillcrest, were their teams best…. Pinewood Cagers Win Doubleheader — Pinewood opened its league season with wins over the Gable boys and girls teams Wednesday afternoon. The local girls won 11-8, while the Gable’s boys fell before the onslaught of goals shot by McLeod and Johnson. The score was 34 to 9. In and Around the Town: It took the city police, rural police, state constables and federal enforcement officers several years to catch a bootlegger and the courts a lot of time and expense to convict and sentence him to one year’s imprisonment. Right off the bat the late Gov. Johnston commuted the sentence to three months. Sumter merchants unanimously went on record, at a meeting at the Board of Trade, as being against a sales tax. President W.D. Boykin was instructed to appoint a committee of three to attend a meeting, if and when one is held, to protest the passage of sales tax

There was, and by last December, she was made responsible for PBS’ programming department. Hoppe cites Animal Planet’s mermaids shows as examples of something PBS would never do. “Mermaids: The Body Found” played like a documentary but was an admitted fake and was a huge success, spawning a sequel. PBS, meanwhile, is a Snookie-free zone. “It’s not that the programming is bad,” Kerger said. “It’s just different, that’s all. They’re in a different business.” Hoppe has tried to make PBS more topical, ordering a lengthy examination of guns in America that ran a month after the Newtown, Conn., school shooting. She pushed PBS producers for programs looking at the Boston Marathon bombing, the meteorite that exploded over Russia in February and Superstorm Sandy. “She comes to her job with a filmmaker’s sensibility,” said John Bredar,

legislation by the General Assembly. The action of the Sumter merchants will be communicated to A.L.M. Wiggins of Hartsville, president of the Merchant’s Association of South Carolina. It is considered almost a certainty that efforts to put through a sales tax will be made at the present session of the Legislature. A Camellia Japonica fancier dropped in at the Sumter Cemetery to see and admire a large Prof. Sergeant camellia that is in full bloom this week. He said the plant is extraordinary. Joe McMillan, a black farmer in the Oswego section, harvested 531 bushels of corn from 5 acres and 4,062 pounds (8 bales) of lint cotton from 5 acres last year. On the same 10 acres he harvested 377 bushels of corn and 3202 pounds of lint cotton in 1937.… Mayor F.B. Creech, county chairman for the Infantile Paralysis campaign, stated today that the campaign is making excellent progress. He requests that committeemen who have not yet reported collections do so within the next few days. He hopes to close the campaign on or before the 25th…. Henry Richardson, of Pinewood, has been appointed elevator operator in the state House by Speaker Sol Blatt. The P.T.A. of Sumter is trying to act as foster parents of those children who are not adequately provided for by parents of legal guardians. A number of these beneficiaries of the P.T.A. need clothing, school books and wholesome food. These necessities the P.T.A. endeavors to provide and is doing the best job possible with the means available. A report printed elsewhere throws light on the work being done this year and the need for larger resources. The coldest weather the oldest citizen of Sumter recollects was during the week of Jan. 12, 1886. He says the thermometer dropped below zero, and the ponds were frozen over for a week or 10 days; skating and sleigh riding were popular sports. The year 1886 was unique in one other particular the terrifying earthquake occurred Aug. 31st. The time has arrived to again mention the desirability of public drinking fountains on

vice president of national programming at Boston’s WGBH, the largest supplier of PBS programming. “She understands things from the ground up as a producer, as opposed to someone who just commissions work. She’s someone who has a visceral understanding of what the market is like.” In October, PBS’ “Frontline” is collaborating with ESPN for “Concussion Watch,” an investigation into health issues caused by violent collisions in the National Football League. PBS will aggressively mine anniversaries as programming hooks. This fall brings an “American Masters” special on Billie Jean King 40 years after her “Battle of the Sexes” tennis match with Bobby Riggs and a show on “War of the Worlds” 75 years after the radio program incited panic. As with other networks, the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination will be given attention. PBS’ programming will include a four-hour portrait of Kennedy, a “cold case” look at evidence in the shooting and a minute-by-minute recap of the killing from the firing of shots to when CBS’ Walter Cronkite reported Kennedy’s death. That’s what Hoppe means when she talks about thinking like a network instead of just a service, anticipating the interests of viewers. There’s a difference between waiting to see what work producers will offer you and actively going out with some of your own ideas. PBS is also trying to bring more consistency to a schedule that encompasses several genres. Programmers call it “flow,” and in this case it means concentrating science programming on Wednesday, arts on Friday, with more history and news-oriented shows on Monday and Tuesday.

the streets. Manning Avenue would be greatly improved by the planting of trees along the parkways. It seems that something was said about this at the time the trees then along the street were dug up for the widening program. Now is the time to set out the trees along this street, if they are going to be planted at all. Soon it will be too late for the coming growing season and another year will pass before the work can be safely done. All the abrupt curves on Highway 76 between the river and Sumter will be eliminated during the reconstruction program now underway. The road will be relocated at several points. Local News: The Sumter Kiwanis Club held its regular meeting Friday at the Claremont Hotel with a large percentage of the club in attendance. The program was in charge of John Lee, chairman of the committee on Kiwanis education. The speaker was Dr. Orin Crow, professor at the University of South Carolina. Dr. Crow is a member of the Kiwanis International committee on Kiwanis education and spoke with a great deal of interest and force of what the committee is trying to accomplish during this year. He reviewed the past year in Kiwanis, and explained a few of the objectives that each club can reach with emphasis on “building” characters, communities and personalities. He complimented the Sumter club on its fine spirit and the many ways in which the club is striving to live up to the Kiwanis ideals…. Jack’s Announces Big Closing Sale — Announcement is made of the closing of Jack’s New Store at 12 S. Main St. in the near future. On this occasion this firm is staging the biggest sale in its history and is offering a complete stock of high grade ladies’ ready-to-wear at slashed prices. This concern has been in operation in Sumter for a number of years and has the reputation of carrying dependable merchandise at reasonable prices. The management in announcing the closing of this store is giving the people of Sumter and vicinity the oppor-

tunity of purchasing this stock at unheard of prices. Rotary Club — The Rotary Club met at the Claremont Hotel with President W.E. Covington in the chair. There was a large attendance of members and several visiting Rotarians. S.L. Roddey, one of the seven charter members still affiliated with the club, was introduced by George Warren, program chairman, as speaker of the day. The club was organized in December 1921, with 25 members, but before the charter was delivered and the club formally instituted in January, John H. Clifton, one of the number, died. Since then 11 of the charter members have passed away. S.L. Roddey was the first secretary and the third president — S.H. Edmunds and Dr. J.A. Mood preceded him as president. Kenneth Markwell, PWA project engineer, said today that the WPA had approved specifications for the Pinopolis power house substructure, lock and dam of the SanteeCooper power and navigation project. Bids will be opened Feb. 28. The power house will be 160 feet wide and 380 feet long. The power house and lock will consume 196,000 cubic yards of concrete and there will be 3,700,000 cubic yards of earth in the dam. Guide to the Movies: The Sumter Theater featured “Sweethearts” on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Starring in the film were Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy, Frank Morgan, Florence Rice and Herman Bing. On Thursday and Friday, “If I Were King” with Ronald Colman, Basil Rathbone, Frances Dee, and Ellen Drew was offered. Saturday featured “Mr. Doodle Kicks Off,” with Joe Penner, June Travis and Richard Lane. The Rex Theater offered “Disbarred” with Gail Patrick, Robert Preston and Otto Kruger on Tuesday. On Thursday “The Crowd Roars,” with Robert Taylor, Edward Arnold, Frank Morgan and Maureen O’Hara began followed by “Guilty Trail,” featuring Bob Baker and Marjorie Reynolds, was scheduled for Saturday. Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at waysammy@yahoo. com or (803) 774-1294.


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‘A celebration of life’

ABOVE: Authur Grant installs hardware on a casket at Sumter Casket Co. BELOW: Michael James, operations manager of Sumter Casket Co., stands next to a picture of his great-grandfather, J.T. James, that hangs in the lobby on South Magnolia Street. His father, J.T. “Bubba” James III, still comes into the office regularly.

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Sandra Conyers installs a patriotic-themed head panel in a coffin at Sumter Casket Co. The local company offers many customizations ranging from the head panel to the type of wood or metal to colors and sizes.

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Longtime Sumter business creates custom caskets Michael James’ grandfather, J.T. James Jr., also worked at Sumter Casket, and his grandmother, Eleanor James, worked in the office for 63 One local manufacturer has been in business for more than 120 years in years. The company serves all of South Sumter, and like all thriving industry, Carolina as well as parts of North Carit has had to change with the times. olina and Georgia. “The baby boomers are more per“We buy a shell,” James said. “We sonalized individuals,” said Michael prime it, sand it, paint it what color it James, operations manager of Sumter needs to be, put handles on it and Casket Co. “They want what they sew the interior here. It gives us a lot want whether it’s a fire engine red or of flexibility to work with the funeral a Carolina or Clemson casket.” directors. It’s really more for the living He is the fourth generation of than the deceased to help celebrate Jameses to own a majority share of that life. That is how we look at our the business and has worked at the job, as a celebration of life.” place for close to 20 years. The company’s “I do a little bit of evmotto is “Committed to erything,” he said. “Orthe Celebration of Life.” dering, sales, marketing. He usually sells 200 Just day-to-day opera‘It’s really more to 300 caskets a month tions. I can line a casket with January through and paint. I can sand for the living April typically being his and put handles or other hardware. I can than the deceased busiest time of the year. “It’s flu and pneudrive the truck. The monia season,” James only thing I can’t do is to help celebrate said. “In winter, the sew. death rate is up, and “Fortunately, I have a that life. That is that affects business.” great group of employThe seasonal changees (from) painters and how we look at es often affect the color seamstresses to help choices as well. paint, line, trim and de- our job, as a “October, November liver the casket quick, and December we tend sometimes just in time celebration of life.’ to see browns and more for the funeral. Somefall colors,” James said. times we get a call at 9 “We see brighter colors a.m., and they want it in the summertime.” by 4 p.m. the same day. Michael James, Besides special colUsually it’s more of a ors, the company offers 24-hour turnaround. It’s operations cloth-covered caskets. not a Monday to Friday Head panels can be business. We don’t like manager of changed to feature relito ship on Sunday, but gious themes, sports sometimes we have to.” Sumter Casket Co. teams, hobbies, occuThe company curpations or outdoor rently employs 12 peoscenes such as hunting and fishing. A ple. screen print of a digital photo can “My father (J.T. “Bubba” James III) even be embroidered or vinyl emstill comes in here about every day,” blems affixed on the outside of the Michael James said. “We call it being casket, too. a little retired. He works, but he en“We try to customize it exactly as joys his freedom.” the family wants,” James said. “We talk Founded in the 1890s by the Witherspoon brothers, the company origi- to funeral directors to get ideas of what families are asking for. Probably once a nally made furniture as well as cofweek I hear about something I never fins. It wasn’t long before they hired would have thought of putting in a J.T. James, and in the early 1900s, he casket or that they may not have 20 purchased controlling interest of the years ago. Figuring out how to make company. BY JADE ANDERSON janderson@theitem.com

this decal or manufacture this color keeps it from getting boring. Custom stuff is the fun side of it, so to speak.” While he sells more metal-oriented pieces, the company also offers a wooden line including kosher and orthodox boxes. “They are doweled and pegged ged together with no metal to meet the rabbi bi or diocese needs,” James said. “We can use anything from a plain pine ne box with no finish to maple, mahogany or oak.” k.” The company ompany also offers a simple mple veneer wood such as solid pecan for cremation and a green line that features paint with no harsh chemicals, which ich is very similar to the orthodox models, James said. Sumter Casket has larger caskets — taller, wider or both — as well as children’s and youth caskets.

“Children’s caskets are not something I enjoy, but it’s unfortunately a necessary part of society,” James said. For more information on Sumter Casket Co., visit sumtercasket.com. Reach Jade Anderson at (803) 774-1250.

TOP: Hunting and fishing themes are available along with sport Co. The company’s motto is “Committed to port team themes at Sumter Casket Co the Celebration of Life,” which means offering personalized options to customers, said Michael James, operations manager. ABOVE: The tractor scene is part of the occupation line the company offers. The head panel can also feature religious, patriotic or personalized themes.


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SUNDAY, AUGUST 25, 2013 Contact the newsroom at (803) 774-1226 or e-mail news@theitem.com

‘A celebration of life’

ABOVE: Authur Grant installs hardware on a casket at Sumter Casket Co. BELOW: Michael James, operations manager of Sumter Casket Co., stands next to a picture of his great-grandfather, J.T. James, that hangs in the lobby on South Magnolia Street. His father, J.T. “Bubba” James III, still comes into the office regularly.

PHOTOS PROVIDED

Sandra Conyers installs a patriotic-themed head panel in a coffin at Sumter Casket Company. The local company offers many customizations ranging from the head panel to the type of wood or metal to colors and sizes.

JADE ANDERSON / THE ITEM

Sumter business creates custom caskets

‘It’s really more for the living than the deceased to help celebrate that life. That is how we look at our job, as a celebration of life.’ Michael James, operations manager of Sumter Casket Co.

TOP: Hunting and fishing themes are available along with sport team themes at Sumter Casket Company. The company’s motto is “Committed to the Celebration of Life,” which means offering personalized options to customers, said Michael James, operations manager. ABOVE: The tractor scene is part of the occupation line Sumter Casket Company offers. The head panel can also feature religious, patriotic or personalized themes.


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STOCKS: THE MARKET WEEKLY REVIEW

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OR TO PLACE YOUR AD ONLINE GO TO WWW.THE ITEM.COM/PLACEMYAD LEGAL BUSINESS NOTICES SERVICES Bid Notices CITY OF SUMTER REQUESTS APPLICATIONS FOR PRIME CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION The City of Sumter, South Carolina, is initiating a Prime Contractor prequalification process for an Invitation to Bid on the Opera House Renovations Phase II Project and is seeking Contractors to submit prequalification applications. The City of Sumter has determined that bidders who submit bids on this project must be prequalified. Prequalified bidders will be required to have renovation experience similar to the Phase II Project. The prequalification process will consist of a written application that all Contractors must submit if interested in submitting a bid for the Phase II Project. Once a Contractor has achieved prequalification status, they will be given the contract documents and instructions for submitting a bid. Bids from only the Prequalified Contractors are tentatively scheduled to be opened on September 12, 2013. The lowest responsive Contractor will be awarded the contract. Only Contractors in the Prequalified pool of prospective bidders will be eligible to bid the project. The application outlines the requirements that must be submitted to the City for review and determination of prequalification. All applications must be submitted to the City of Sumter no later than 8:30am on Wednesday, August 28, 2013. The application may be examined on the City of Sumter website at http://www.sumtersc.gov/rfprfqs.aspx or can be requested from Alice Bailey at (803) 436-2587, abailey@sumter-sc.com or Key Architecture, Randy Key at (843)665-6646, rkey@keyarc.com.

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Separate sealed bids for: the construction of an asphalt parking lot will be received by Sumter County in the County Council's Chamber located on the third floor of the Sumter County Administration Building, 13 East Canal Street, Sumter, SC until 10:00 a.m. on September 4, 2013 there at said office opened and read aloud. To request a bid package and plans, email sgregory@sumtercountysc.org. A hard copy of the bid package and plans may be picked up at Sumter County Purchasing Department 13 East Canal Street Sumter, SC 29150

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LARGE GARAGE SALE 1st & 3rd Weekend Tables $1 & Up

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Professional Remodelers Home maintenance,ceramic tile, roofing, siding & windows doors, etc. Lic. & Ins. (Office) 803-692-4084 or (Cell) 803-459-4773 H.L. Boone, Contractor additions, painting, roofing, gutters, sheetrock, blown ceilings, decks. 773-9904

Hodge Roofing Solutions, LLC, Lic.& Bonded. Free Estimates. Also do Vinyl Siding & Seamless Gutters. 803-840-4542

CKC Toy Poodles, also Smooth & Long haired Chihuahua. 803-481-2031

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Lawn Service We Do It For Less Commercial & Residential Lawn Care. Call Anytime 803-305-2645 JW PROFESSIONAL LAWN Seasonal lawn maintenance, leaf removal, roof/gutter cleaning, pressure washing, hedging, pine straw, and mulch, haul off junk and much more. 20 yrs experience. 803-406-1818 JT's Lawn Care: All your lawn needs, Debris removal, Senior dis, 10% off pressure washing. 803-840-0322

Tree Service A Notch Above Tree Care Full quality service low rates, lic./ins., free est BBB accredited 983-9721 Ricky's Tree Service Tree removal, stump grinding, Lic & ins, free quote, 803-435-2223 or cell 803-460-8747. The Tree Doctor Any size tree removal & stump grinding. Trimming & clearing. No job too big or small. Call 775-8560 or 468-1946. We accept credit cards and offer senior discounts STATE TREE SERVICE Worker's Comp & General liability insurance. Top quality service, lowest prices. 803-494-5175 or 803-491-5154 www.statetree.net

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Open every weekend. 905-4242

Sumter County Flea Mkt Hwy 378 E. 803-495-2281 500 tables. Sat. $8 free return Sun. BACK TO SCHOOL SIDEWALK SALE Tuesday -Saturday 10-5 Jenni's Exchange 340 Pinewood Rd In Savannah Plaza

Want to Buy Paying Top $$$$$ for junk cars. Will Pick up. John 803-840-1061

Monthly Consignment Auction Worldnet Auctions, Inc. Sat., Aug. 31st. 9am 9988 HWY 521, Greeleyville, SC 29056 843-426-4255 or 803-533-0058 SCAL# 3965F Featuring: Bucket Trucks, Pickups, & Chippers from Santee Electric Cooperative Real Estate Auction Business Opportunity Saturday Sept. 14, 2013 10Am Open for preview and inspection 8am or by appointment only. Money Saver/gas station 10295 Lynches River Rd Lynchburg SC 29080. Established convenient store off of I-95 S on .78 acre lot with above ground fuel tanks, approx. 3400 Sq. Ft , Business currently operating. Auction conducted by Gwen C Bryant, Bryant Auction and Real Estate LLC SCAL 859 Terms and conditions 10 % down day of auction, closing in 30 days, subject to sellers confirmation, 10% buyers premium will apply. For info call Gwen Bryant 843-617-8449

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

For Sale or Trade 9 N tractor, rebuilt motor, fresh paint, very nice. $2900 OBO. Call 972-0900

Junk Cars = CASH Junk Batteries $8 & up!

Call Gene 934-6734 Golf cart, 2008 Club Car DS with charger, exc. cond., good batteries, rear seat. $2800 OBO. Call 795-5367 or 481-4972. Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators, Stoves. Also new Gas stoves. Guaranteed. 803-464-5439 SHOP ONLINE Over 400 Fragrances cjsplus.net Home and Body Oil Scents Child's 3ft long sofa opens into bed. Great for play house or child's room. $25.00. Call 803-469-2689 Expert Tech, New & used heat pumps & A/C. Will install/repair, warranty; Compressor & labor $600. Call 803-968-9549 or 843-992-2364 7 ft. tall 2 horse trailer, good condition. $1400 OBO. Call 972-0900

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(2) Small Farm tractors. For more information call Hoyt Spring at 843-598-1287

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

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

Lost & Found Found: female dog in Ashwood area. Owner call 803-428-3463 to identify. Found: female English Setter in the area off Hwy 261 North. No collar. Owner call to identify 803-464-6567.

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PUBLIC NOTICE Shaw Air Force Base Restoration Advisory Board Meeting August 26, 2013, 6:30 PM New Beginnings Banquet Facility 1335 Hwy 441, Sumter, SC 29154 (0.3 miles north of U.S. Hwy 378) SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, S.C. is hosting the Restoration Advisory Board public meeting at 6:30 p.m., Aug. 26, 2013, at the New Beginnings Banquet Facility, and invites the public to attend and participate. Shaw is conducting a series of environmental activities under the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act, a federal law enacted in 1980 to require the investigation and cleanup of legacy sites throughout the country. These initiatives are also accomplished within the guidelines of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976. This meeting is to allow the community the opportunity to view detailed information about ongoing Shawâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s enironmental cleanup activities and to discuss issues in person with the Shaw Environmental Restoration Team. The board provides a forum through which local communities, installations and regulatory agencies can work together in an atmosphere that encourages discussion and exchange of information on current and future environmental cleanup programs here.

Hopkins "Hoppo" Washington 6/11/42 - 8/25/11 Two years since you have gone to a better home. But we love you as if you were still here. Love wife, Susan, Children, Grands, Great Grands

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EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted Full-Time Travel Consultant Established Sumter Travel Agency seeks experienced consultant for long term position. Available immediately. Knowledge of Worldspan system preferred. Email Resume pat@eagletvl.net or fax to (803 778 2686. The SC Army National Guard wants High School Juniors, Seniors, Grads and GED holders, and Prior Service! Ask about college tuition. Receive paid technical training and more while serving your Country and Community on a part-time basis. Call now for this great opportunity! SSG Michael Wright 803-667-0985 SSG Lorraine Lordy 803-360-1979 Experienced Roofers Hot tar roofs and metal roofs. Non experienced need not apply. Call Robert Nunnery 803-478-2950. Maintenance Technician UniFirst Corporation We are looking for an experienced technician in industrial maintenance with strong mechanical and electrical skills. Knowledge of AC /DC control circuits, PLC applications and computers a plus. Must be able to troubleshoot and repair both electrical and mechanical malfunctions in a timely manner in addition to performing scheduled preventive maintenance on all equipment. The ideal candidate will have the maintenance skills required, in addition to having good time management skills, being able to work in a fast paced environment, moving from scheduled maintenance to unscheduled maintenance and back, with little supervision. This position is for 2nd shift- Hours will be from 2:30pm-11:00pm. We are a well established company with good benefits. Applications and resumes can be submitted at www.unifirst.com. UniFirst is an equal opportunity employer. Excavator Operator needed on farm. otis29150@yahoo.com

Receptionist Position Avail. Sat/Sun. 8am to 4:30pm. Only serious applicants need apply. Come in to 1761 Pinewood Rd. or email resume to stephanie.briggs@adcareheath.com Experienced person needed to work in Property Management/Real Estate Office. Applicant must be proficient in Microsoft Words computer applications. Experience with Property Management Software a plus. Outstanding organizational & multi-tasking skills are required. Send resume & referenced to Russell & Jeffcoat Realtors, Inc., 1229 Alice Drive, Sumter, SC 29150 Attn: Joyce Shorter (No Phone Calls Please!) Still Unemployed, Underemployed or Broke? Great recession proof career for people who are not afraid to talk to other people and can motivate themselves to get out and work. You must have reliable transportation and a drivers license! Please apply in person, between 9:00 & 5:00, Monday, Aug. 26, 2013 bring resume and be prepared to fill out application for 100% commission sales position at Evergreen//Hillside Memorial Park 802 N. Guignard Drive Sumter, SC 29150 Experienced Receptionist / Business Assistant needed for Busy Dental Practice. Fun, professional environment. Great pay benefits. Opportunity for advancement. Send resume to P-334 c//o The Item, PO Box 1677 Sumter SC 29151. Maintenance man needed for apt. complex. Plumbing, painting, sheetrock repair, etc. Must have experience and transportation. Paid vacation & holidays. Call 803-934-0300. Exp. Shingle Nailers Must have own transportation. Only experienced need to apply. Call 481-0603 or 968-2459. No Call after 5!!! Mechanic needed at busy car lot. Salary based on Exp. Apply in person, at 1282 N. Lafayette Dr. NO PHONE CALLS!!! Valid Driver's License Required. Must have own tools.

The Housing Authority of the City of Sumter has developed its Agency Plan in compliance with the Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act of 1998. It is available for review at the AuthorLW\¡VRIĂ&#x20AC;FHORFDWHGDW&DOGZHOO 6WUHHW 6XPWHU 6& 2XU RIĂ&#x20AC;FH hours are Monday - Thursday 8:30 DPWRSPDQG)ULGD\ a.m. to 1:00 p.m. A public hearing will be held on September 18, 2013 at WKH$XWKRULW\¡VRIĂ&#x20AC;FH at 4:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome. The Housing Authority of the City of Sumter will accept pre-applications for the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (Rental Assistance) program. Pre-applications requested in person can be picked up Thursday, August 29, 2013 only at the Housing $XWKRULW\ÂśV2IÂżFHORFDWHGDW&DOGZHOO6WUHHW6XPWHU6&1RSKRQHFDOOVZLOOEHDFFHSWHGIRUDQ application. Only one pre-application will be provided per person. (OLJLEOHLQGLYLGXDOVPXVWEH\HDUVRUROGHU The Housing Authority will utilize the â&#x20AC;&#x153;lottery systemâ&#x20AC;? after all pre-applications have been returned to determine placement on the waiting list. Removing the need for lines or crowds. 1RLQIRUPDWLRQLVQHFHVVDU\WRREWDLQDSUHDSSOLFDtion. Scheduled return of the pre-application with documentation will not be extended. The Housing Authority is a Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity Housing Provider. Discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, disability status, familial status, or national or ethnic origin is prohibited. 7''([W


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Experienced Pet Groomer needed. Must have own tools. Call Tim at (803)473-0549 or (803)435-0199 for appointment. The Shaw Chapel is currently offering three non-personal service agreement opportunities with a "best value" to the government selection process. Packets that include a Basis of Award document, statement of work and bid sheet are ready for pickup at the Palmetto Chapel (adjacent to base gym) between the hours of 0730-1630 Mon-Fri. Packets can also be downloaded at the chapel website: http://shawchapel.org /contracts . Closeout for bid and resume submissions is 1630 on 13 September 2013 at Palmetto Chapel. Interviews/demonstration of skills for the opportunities can be arranged at the time of submission for 16 September with a public bid opening at 1630 on 16 September 2013. For more information on submittal or other questions regarding these opportunities please reach Ch, Capt Croft or MSgt Cataldi between the hours of 0730-1630 Mon-Fri at phone: 895-1106 or by e-mail: 20fw.hc@shaw.af.mil . Opportunities Catholic Religious Education Coordinator: Must have experience with youth ages 10-18 and experience in Catholic Religious Education development, teacher recruitment, and employment of volunteers. Must submit to and pass a rigorous contractor background check as this position involves contact with children below 18 years age. Protestant Multimedia Technician: Experience with Multimedia in a Military Chapel or Church environment is a must. Must submit to and pass a rigorous contractor background check as this position involves contact with children below 18 years age. Catholic Pastoral Coordinator: Must have experience with Catholic program development and administrative support for cat. Must submit to and pass a rigorous contractor background check as this position involves contact with children below 18 years age. Small Construction Company seeks office manager, Must be experienced in AR/AP, Payroll. Excellent computer skills a must. Benefits package. Send resume to Box 332 c//o The Item, PO Box 1677 Sumter SC 29151 Established Heating & Air Condition Co. in Sumter looking for a service technician. Must have experience, a valid driver license, valid EPA card, people skills and personal tools. If interested and meet the criteria, please call 803 481-3017 to schedule an interview.

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Full Time front desk receptionist needed for private optometric office in Sumter area. Looking for a person with outgoing personality yet must be very focused and can multitask. Must be interested in cross-training to do other optical tasks as needed in the office. Send resume to Office Manager, 127 Broad St, Sumter SC 29150 or email to : holtonsusan@sc.rr.com.

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

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

REAL ESTATE Homes for Sale

RENTALS Unfurnished Apartments Whitaker Trust Fall Special at Dillon Trace Apts. with 12 month lease. 1st month rent free. Call 607-7222 or 469-6063. 2BR 2.5BA Townhouse with bonus room, garage washer/dryer hook up, kit appliances incl. on Dartmouth Dr $850 Mo/Dep. Call 803 934-0434

Unfurnished Homes

740 Colony Rd. 2 br/1ba brick home, 21x24 insulated garage/work shop with electric & water. An additional 10x12 storage bldg. on approx. 1 ac. $69,000. 469-9381 Investment Properties 1250 Coffey St. 3 br, 1 ba brick home. $45,900. 131 A-B Highland Ave. Duplex, $40,000. 202-206 Montreat St. Brick Triplex, $40,000. 206-208 Dixie Duplex, $35,000. With tenants. Quick sale! 316-8105. Manning Area 3 bed 1 bath 6+ acres, v. siding, ac & roof 4 yrs old. $129,000 call (803)478-4238

STATEBURG COURTYARD 2 & 3 BRs 803-494-4015 Scenic Lake 2BR 2Bth. No pets. Call between 9am - 5pm ONLY! (803) 499-1500. For Sale, 4Bed/2Bath, Land, $325/mo. 803-494-5090

Property overlooks pond & community clubhouse/pool. 4BR w/maple hardwood floors, 3 full BA w/ceramic tile. Solid maple 42" kitchen cabinetry w/Charleston Style concrete countertops. Oversize 2 car garage. Reduced $212,900. Call 803-968-1187. Details & photos @ www.forsalebyowner.co m/23945649 & www.militarybyown er.com/MBO 275259

Manufactured Housing

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

Oaklawn MHP: 2 BR M.H.'s, water/sewer/garbage pk-up incl'd. RV parking avail. Call 494-8350

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'Modern Dads' ‘Modern Dads’Make puts focus Childcare Fun on stay-at-home fathers By Dan Rice © 2013 FYI Television, Inc. It's about time: In a television landscape overrun by "Real Housewives" and their sisters in over-milked realityshow drama, A&E's "Modern Dads" is as refreshing as a cold brew shared with your best buddies. And that's pretty much the case with this new series, airing Wednesdays at 10:30 p.m., except these laidback, stay-athome fathers are more likely to serve up a tea party for their pampered kiddies. In Austin, Texas, four friends have each other's backs as they proudly bear the responsibilities of full-time parenthood. Rick left his publishing job in 2003 to be a 24/7 father to his first child, J.T., while his wife, Meghan, was busy climbing the career ladder at Dell. Since then they've had three more little blessings, 7-year-old Zach and twin toddlers Elizabeth and Katherine. Nathan is married to Trudy, a high-profile medical doctor, while he is the principal (and obsessive) caregiver to his infant son, Cormac. Cancer survivor Sean supports his venture-capitalist girlfriend, Rachel, by lovingly tending to her young daughters, Arwen and Joopsey. And Stone, the quintessential Austin hipster, has tuned his life to meet the needs of his sassy 5-year-old, Danica, although he isn't above using her cuteness to attract new girlfriends. Rick, the most experienced father of the group, has learned to improvise, as demonstrated in one of the show's promo photos, which has him ducttaping diapers. "Well, I've found that painters' tape works better, because [duct tape] kind of irritates," he laughs. Such resourcefulness has made Rick a mentor to the other dads, as well as getting him dubbed the MacGyver of his group. "Yeah, a buddy and I got together and built a princess carriage out of a bike carrier, kind of

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fancied it up a little bit more. You know, I think how I got that name is I kind of found a lot of shortcuts in taking care of four kids." Even so, as Rick advises the other fathers, "Anytime that you try to make parenting more hands-off, you're almost doomed to fail, because there's no easy away around parenting a kid. It's kind of down and dirty, and I think one of the things that Sean and Nathan try to do on one episode is they were going to make themselves as hands-off as possible, and I come in and kind of bust them about it, because I'm like, 'There's no easy way around this, guys - you have to watch your kids. It's not like you can childproof your entire house and that gives you time to watch TV.'" But despite his vigilance, Rick maintains an easy-going attitude that keeps the mood light and his sanity intact. "I'm a big-picture guy," he explains. "My motto is 'Don't sweat the small stuff,' like today I had these two girls and they're 19 months old, they're flying all over the house, running and stuff, [but] when they fall down, we have our typical expression, 'Down goes Frazier! Down goes Frazier!' [like] the Howard Cosell call [at the Muhammad Ali-Joe Frazier fight]. And that's the way we handle it - if you fall, you know, just get up. It's not a big deal. And I think that's one of the big differences when guys raise kids." Sure, the female of the species is built for nurturing, but many men can be every bit as sensitive and responsive to a child's needs, and without sacrificing their masculinity. "Women are expected to be mothers, but very rarely are men expected to be fathers," Rick observes. "I mean, it's OK for a mother to stay home with her kids, but it's not OK for a man to stay home with his kids. It is a double standard, but I think it's changing a lot. And I've been asked this in the past,

'Does it make you feel like less of a man because you stay at home with your kids?' And I'm like, 'Well, it's not like every man has a job wrestling alligators, you know, that's very masculine, or you really confirm your masculinity when you go to work. What more masculine of a duty do you have than taking responsibility for your kids?'" There is a darker side of the cultural bias against men as caregivers for small children that Rick is quick to acknowledge. "I can remember a time when I would have to wait in my car before I would go out in the park with my kids, you know, to keep others from calling the cops - I was waiting for another dad, and then we would show up in a group. There were times in some of the more affluent neighborhoods where if I showed up with my kids at the park, it was a very suspicious activity to see a child with a man. And if you read any kind of news story, where don't you get the juxtaposition of men and children as always some sort of criminal activity? And you never see it in a more positive light. I heard some guy talking the other day about the role fathers play in a family and how important that is, and you don't really hear that talked about a lot in the media." Rick stresses that much of the positivity of stay-at-home fatherhood is the delight of getting to spend so much time with your children. "When we were weighing the idea of doing this show," he relates, "it was very much a point of emphasis for us that we can have fun with this and we can laugh at ourselves. I mean, God knows you have to have a sense of humor to do this, because you'll drive yourself crazy if you don't. You know, Nathan and Sean and Stone and I, when we get together we have fun, and I hope that really comes out in this show."

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HIGHLIGHTS Family Dance Off 8:00 p.m. on WOLO Derek Hough of “Dancing With The Stars” hosts a dancing competition of five families with a wide array of styles dancing on a Hollywood stage in front of a live studio audience, who will vote for their favorites in order to win the $10,000 prize. (HD) Disney’s Shake Sunday at 8 p.m. It Up! on WOLO, Derek 8:30 p.m. on DISN Hough hosts "Family Dance Rocky and CeCe Off," featuring attempt to host a five families who gigantic 16th birthday celebration, but get the chance their mothers canto dance on a Hollywood stage. not come to a decision on any of their suggestions; after CeCe locates a video of her mom’s 16th birthday party, she has a realization. (HD) Breaking Bad 9:00 p.m. on AMC Jesse Pinkman tries to put his past behind him and change his life for the better but the transformation proves to be a difficult challenge; Walt and Skylar are forced to drop everything around them and focus on an unexpected demand. (HD) G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra 9:00 p.m. on SYFY When a deadly international arms dealer and his organization begin a campaign of global destruction, an elite, clandestine military unit is deployed to counter the evil villain’s attacks with advanced technology and tactics. (HD) Gran Torino 9:00 p.m. on TNT After an aging, disgruntled veteran of the Korean War catches his Asian neighbor’s son trying to steal the 1972 Gran Torino he dearly prizes, he faces his racial prejudices while he becomes involved in the troubled teenager’s life. (HD)


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King Kong 8:00 p.m. on AMC An adventurous filmmaker takes the cast and crew of his latest movie to a mysterious island inhabited by dangerous creatures, including a massive, kindhearted ape that falls in love with the film’s compassionate leading actress. (HD) Escape From Polygamy 8:00 p.m. on LIFE When a young man and woman from a strict religious sect find themselves falling for one another, they come up against the polygamist laws that define their culture, a jealous, patriarchal “prophet” and the fear of the unknown journey that lies ahead. (HD) Mike & Molly 9:30 p.m. on WLTX Joyce (Swoosie Kurtz) shirks her When Vince suddenly throws out duty when his back, Joyce is Vince suddenly conveniently throws out his nowhere to be back on "Mike & found, leaving Mike Molly," airing and Molly stuck Monday at with having to take 9:30 p.m. on care of him; the WLTX. newlyweds struggle with writing personalized thank-you notes for their wedding gifts. (HD) An Amish Murder 10:00 p.m. on LIFE An Amish girl tragically affected by a brutal string of murders in her small community leaves her past behind and grows up to be the town’s police chief, but an investigation within the Amish district surfaces issues from her childhood once again. (HD) Mistresses 10:01 p.m. on WOLO Karen’s deposition into the death and coverup of her lover begins and his son promises to be her alibi; Joss tells Harry that Savi hasn’t opened up the paternity results; April and Richard have to go on an amusement park date for their children. (HD)

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NCIS 8:00 p.m. on WLTX The NCIS team investigates the murder of a Mossad officer in Virginia; Ziva finds a lead on Bodnar and decides to take Tony with her to Berlin in hopes of finding her father’s killer and finally avenging his untimely death. (HD) Covert Affairs 9:00 p.m. on USA Annie finds she has met her match when she has to work to halt the illegal sale of deadly weapons and is teamed up with a seasoned operative; circumstances force Auggie to deal with past demons; Calder’s suspicions of Annie Walker grow. Heroes of Cosplay 10:00 p.m. on SYFY Cosplayers, both seasoned and beginners, from the world of cosplay go head-to-head in competition, as they travel to Orlando in order to prepare for the intense cosplay action of Megacon at the Orange County Convention Center. Perception 10:00 p.m. on TNT After deciding to take matters into her own hands, Morretti is charged with criminal activity; Pierce works to prove Kate’s innocence, but as more evidence is gathered, everyone involved begins to question the legality of her actions. (HD) Tommy (Mark Body of Proof Valley) and 10:00 p.m. on Megan investiWOLO gate after a When a mentally disturbed teenager schizophrenic is found murdered girl is found in a mental institu- murdered on tion Megan and "Body of Proof," Tommy find a airing Tuesday patient seemingly at 10 p.m. on lucid and complete- WOLO. ly sane that says she witnessed the killer climbing down from a heating vent and meant to kill her. (HD)

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CABLE CHANNELS The First 48 (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (N) Modern Dad Modern Dad Modern Dad Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) The Mummy Returns (‘01, Adventure) aac Brendan Fraser. (HD) The Mummy Returns (‘01, Adventure) aac Brendan Fraser. (HD) Gator Boys Xtra (HD) Gator Boys Xtra (HD) Gator Boys (HD) Gator Boys (HD) Gator Boys (HD) Gator Boys (HD) Gator Boys (HD) Gator Boys (HD) 106 & Park (N) (HD) Husbands Game Game Scandal (HD) Scandal (HD) Sunday Best (HD) Wendy Williams (HD) Tyson (‘95) aac Housewives Housewife Conclusion. L.A. Mentor. Los Angeles (N) Top Chef Masters (N) L.A. Sibling rivalry. Masters Kids choices. Masters Kids choices. Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) Greed False identities. The Profit Greed Mad Money The Profit Greed Situation Room (HD) Erin Burnett OutFront Cooper 360° (N) (HD) Piers Morgan LIVE (N) Cooper 360° (HD) Erin Burnett OutFront Piers Morgan (HD) Cooper 360° (HD) South Prk Tosh (HD) Futurama Futurama South Prk South Prk South Prk South Prk Futurama Futurama Roast of David Hasselhoff (HD) Futurama South Prk South Prk Good Luck Jessie Good Luck Austin Austin Austin Hannah Montana The Movie (‘09) a Toy Story Blog Jessie Brink! (‘98, Drama) Erik von Detten. Phineas Yukon Men (HD) Jungle Gold (HD) Jungle Gold (HD) Gold Rush (HD) Gold Rush (HD) Gold Rush (HD) Gold Rush (HD) Jungle Gold (HD) SportsCenter (HD) MLB Baseball: Teams TBA z{| (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) US Open Tennis (HD) 2013 U.S. Open Tennis: from USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center z{| (HD) Olbermann Baseball Tonight (HD) NASCAR NFL Live Baby Daddy Baby Daddy Melissa Melissa Melissa Baby Daddy Spell-Mageddon (N) Melissa Baby Daddy The 700 Club (N) Bel-Air Bel-Air Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Diners Diners Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Mystery Mystery Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Mystery Mystery Access Icons WNBA Basketball: Washington vs Atlanta (HD) Spotlight Spotlight SEC Gridiron (HD) FOX Sports Live (HD) WNBA Basketball: Washington vs Atlanta (HD) Little House: Survival Prairie After All These Years (‘13) Wendie Malick. (HD) Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Property Property Property Property Prop Bro Elbow Room Property Bro (HD) Hunters Hunters Brother vs. Brother Property Bro (HD) Hunters Hunters Modern Marvels (HD) Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Only in America (N) Top Shot (N) (HD) Hatfields Hatfields Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Only in America (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) WWE Main Event WWE Main Event (N) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Unsolved (HD) Unsolved (HD) Hidden Away (‘13) Emmanuelle Vaugier. (HD) Gone Missing (‘13) aaa Daphne Zuniga. (HD) Hidden Away (‘13) Emmanuelle Vaugier. (HD) Sponge Sponge Sam & Cat VICTOR. Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Friends Friends Lopez Lopez Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Jail (HD) Jail (HD) Jail (HD) Jail (HD) Jail (HD) Jail (HD) Joe Rogan Joe Rogan Paranormal Paranormal (N) Joe Rogan (N) Paranormal Joe Rogan Beyond Ness ac (HD) Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Family Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (HD) Office Conan (HD) Office (5:45) The Courtship of Eddie’s Father (‘63) aac The Music Man (‘62, Musical) aaac Robert Preston. A music con. Carousel (‘56, Musical) aaa Gordon MacRae. Cheyenne Cheer Perfection (HD) Extreme Cougar (HD) Honey Boo Here Comes Honey Boo Cheer Perfection (N) Honey Boo Cheer Perfection (HD) Honey Boo Honey Boo Honey Boo Here Comes Castle: Lucky Stiff (HD) Castle (HD) Castle: Setup (HD) Castle (HD) Castle (HD) The Mentalist (HD) The Mentalist (HD) The Mentalist (HD) Adventure Regular Orange Gumball Chima (N) Titans Go! King King Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family Robot Squid ATHF Dad (HD) S. Beach S. Beach Dumbest Jokers Jokers Jokers Jokers Jokers Jokers Top 20 Snowmobile. Jokers Jokers Jokers Jokers M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Raymond Raymond Cleveland The Exes Soul Man Queens Queens Queens Cleveland The Exes NCIS: Obsession (HD) NCIS (HD) NCIS (HD) Royal Pains (N) (:01) NCIS (HD) Suits: She’s Mine Pains: Open Invitation (:01) House (HD) Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Tamar Counseling. Tamar Tamar: Gaga for Gaga Tamar: Model Wife L.A. Hair: You’re Fired L.A. Hair Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) Rules Rules Rules Rules News (HD) Home Videos (HD) Rules Rules 30 Rock Scrubs

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Nightly News News Entertain- America’s Got Talent Six Hollywood Game Night Hollywood Game Night Fi- News (HD) ment (N) move on. (HD) (HD) nal night. (N) (HD) News 19 @ Evening News 19 @ Inside Edi- 2 1/2 Men (:31)2 1/2 (:01) Big Brother 15 (N) Elementary: Dirty Laundry News 19 @ 6pm News (HD) 7pm tion (N) (HD) Men (HD) (HD) (HD) 11pm News (HD) World News Wheel For- Jeopardy! Motive: Ruthless Executive Motive: The One Who Got (:01) Rookie Blue: Decep- News (HD) tune (HD) (HD) assistant. (N) (HD) Away (N) (HD) tion (N) (HD) (HD) The PBS NewsHour Impact Equitrekking Big T. Bell (N) Vanishing The Story of the National Fats Domino: Walkin’ Back Tavis Smiley and legacy. (HD) (HD) (HD) Gen. Barn Dance (HD) to New Orleans (HD) 2 1/2 Men 2 1/2 Men The Big Bang NFL Preseason Football: Pittsburgh Steelers at Carolina Panthers from Bank of America WACH FOX News at 10 (HD) (HD) (HD) Stadium z{| Nightly news report. Queens (HD) How I Met Family Feud Family Feud White Collar: Pilot, Part 1 White Collar: Pilot, Part 2 Dish Nation The Office Queens (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) (N) (HD) News

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The Tonight Show with Jay (:36) Late Night with (:36)Carson Leno (N) (HD) Jimmy Fallon (HD) Daly (:35)Late Show with David Late Late Show with Craig (:37) News Letterman (HD) Ferguson (HD) (:35)Jimmy Kimmel Live (:37)Night- (:07) Brown (:36)Paid Larry David. (HD) line (HD) (HD) Program BBC World Charlie Rose (N) (HD) The This Old House Hour News (HD) Glee: Wonder-ful Stevie New Girl Mindy Pro- Seinfeld Wonder. (HD) (HD) ject (HD) How I Met Always Always American American (HD) Sunny (HD) Sunny (HD) Dad! (HD) Dad! (HD)

CABLE CHANNELS The First 48 (HD) The First 48 (HD) The First 48 (HD) The First 48 (N) (HD) Panic 9-1-1 (N) (HD) (:01) Panic 9-1-1 (HD) (:01) The First 48 (HD) (:01) The First 48 (HD) (5:30) Grease (‘78, Musical) John Travolta. (HD) National Lampoon’s Vacation (‘83) aaa (HD) Manual Manual The Pitch (N) (HD) Manual Manual Vacation (‘83) aaa (HD) Stuffers Swamp’d Swamp’d Swamp’d Swamp’d Swamp’d Swamp’d Swamp’d Swamp’d Swamp’d Swamp’d Swamp’d Swamp’d Swamp’d Swamp’d Swamp’d 106 & Park (N) (HD) Big Momma’s House (‘00, Comedy) ac Martin Lawrence. Getting Played (‘05, Comedy) ac Tichina Arnold. Wendy Williams (HD) State Property (‘02) a Matchmaker Matchmaker Matchmaker Matchmaker Matchmaker Matchmaker Matchmaker Matchmaker Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) Greed Greed Greed Mad Money Greed Greed Situation Room (HD) Erin Burnett OutFront Cooper 360° (N) (HD) Piers Morgan LIVE (N) Cooper 360° (HD) Erin Burnett OutFront Piers Morgan (HD) Cooper 360° (HD) South Prk Tosh (HD) Chapplle Chapplle (:54) Daniel Tosh Sunny Sunny Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Roast of Flavor Flav (HD) South Prk Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Good Luck Jessie Good Luck Austin A.N.T. Phineas & Ferb (HD) Shake It Good Luck Austin Good Luck Blog Good Luck Good Luck Shake It A.N.T. Airplane Repo (HD) Airplane Repo (HD) Airplane Repo (HD) Amish Mafia (HD) Airplane Repo (N) (HD) Amish Mafia (HD) Airplane Repo (HD) Airplane Repo (HD) College Football: North Carolina vs South Carolina z{| (HD) College Football: Mississippi Rebels at Vanderbilt Commodores (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) US Open Tennis (HD) 2013 U.S. Open Tennis: Second Round: from USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Olbermann Baseball Tonight (HD) (5:30) National Treasure: Book of Secrets (‘07) National Treasure (‘04, Adventure) aac Nicolas Cage. Secret history. The 700 Club Bel-Air Bel-Air Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Cutthroat Chopped (HD) Chef Wanted (N) (HD) Race Geoduck menu. Chopped (HD) Chef Wanted (HD) Spotlight Access New College (HD) West Coast Customs UFC Countdown (HD) New College (HD) The Sub FOX Sports Live (HD) SEC Gridiron (HD) Prairie: Founder’s Day Prairie Love Is a Four Letter Word (‘07) Teri Polo. (HD) Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Love It or List It (HD) Hunters Hunters Addict Addict Renovation Raiders Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Renovation Raiders Hunters Hunters Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Hatfields Hatfields (:02) Top Gear (HD) Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Without a Trace (HD) Without a Trace (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) House (HD) House: Chase (HD) House (HD) Swap: Slater; Williams Swap: West; Grimes Project Runway (HD) Project Runway (N) (HD) Supermarket (N) (HD) Double Project Runway (HD) Project Runway (HD) Sponge Sponge Swindle (‘13, Adventure) Noah Crawford. (HD) Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Impact Wrestling (N) (HD) Fight Master (N) Police Videos (HD) Police Videos (HD) Land That Time a (HD) Land of the Lost (‘09) aa Will Ferrell. (HD) Age of Dinosaurs (‘13) a Treat Williams. (HD) (:01) Land of the Lost (‘09) aa Will Ferrell. (HD) Age of Dinosaur (HD) Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Family Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan Jonah Hill. (HD) Office Conan Jonah Hill. (HD) Office Chinatown (:45) Torchy Runs for Mayor (‘39) Smart Blonde (‘37) aac The Mystery of the Wax Museum (:45) I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (‘32) Gold Diggers of 1935 (‘35) aaa Toddlers (HD) Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Four Weddings: (N) Four Weddings (N) Four Weddings: (HD) Four Weddings (HD) Atlanta Atlanta Castle (HD) Castle (HD) Castle (HD) Hawaii Five-0 (HD) Hawaii Five-0 (HD) Perception (HD) (:02) CSI: NY (HD) Cold Case: Honor (HD) Adventure Regular Regular (:45) MAD Crew Regular King King Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family NTSF:SD Eric Andre ATHF Dad (HD) Dumbest Dumbest Base-jumper. Dumbest Jokers Jokers Jokers Cash Dome (:01) Top 20 (:02) Dumbest Jokers Jokers MASH MASH M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Queens Queens King of Queens (HD) Queens NCIS (HD) NCIS (HD) NCIS (HD) SVU (HD) SVU (HD) Covert: Crackity Jones NCIS: Stakeout (HD) (:01) House (HD) Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Glam Gold Glam Gold Sanya’s Glam (N) Glam Gold Glam Gold Glam Gold Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met News (HD) Home Videos (HD) Rules Rules 30 Rock Scrubs

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CABLE CHANNELS Storage NY Storage NY Storage NY Storage NY Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Modern Dad Modern Dad Storage Storage Storage Storage Next of Kin (‘89, Drama) ac Patrick Swayze. (HD) The Green Mile (‘99, Drama) aaa Tom Hanks. A prison guard meets a special convict. (HD) Mission to Mars (‘00) aac Gary Sinise. (HD) Off Hook Off Hook Hillbilly Hand. (N) (HD) Hillbilly Hand. (N) (HD) Hillbilly Hand. (N) (HD) Hillbilly Hand. (N) (HD) Hillbilly Hand. (HD) Hillbilly Hand. (HD) Hillbilly Hand. (HD) 106 & Park (N) (HD) Are We Done Yet? (‘07, Comedy) a Ice Cube. National Security (‘03) aa Martin Lawrence. Wendy Williams (HD) Are We Done Yet (‘07) (5:30) Panic Room (‘02, Thriller) Jodie Foster. Scary Movie (‘00, Comedy) aa Shawn Wayans. Scary Movie (‘00, Comedy) aa Shawn Wayans. Panic Room (‘02, Thriller) aaa Jodie Foster. Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) Millions Millions The Profit Greed Stolen numbers. Mad Money The Profit Greed Stolen numbers. Situation Room (HD) Erin Burnett OutFront Cooper 360° (N) (HD) Piers Morgan LIVE (N) Great Expectations: Stroumboulopoulos Cooper 360° (HD) Great Expectations: (5:49) Idiocracy (‘06, Comedy) aac Luke Wilson. (:54) National Lampoon’s Van Wilder (‘02) (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Stand-Up I Love You, Man (‘09, Comedy) Paul Rudd. (HD) Hasselhoff Good Luck Jessie Good Luck Austin Teen Beach Movie (‘13) (:45) Blog (:10) Blog Good Luck Jessie Austin A.N.T. Austin Jessie Good Luck Gold Rush (HD) Gold Rush (HD) Gold Rush (HD) Gold Rush (N) (HD) Saint Hoods (HD) Gold Rush (HD) Saint Hoods (HD) Gold Rush (HD) SportsCenter (HD) College F-Ball (HD) College Football: Texas Tech Red Raiders at SMU Mustangs (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) US Open Tennis (HD) 2013 U.S. Open Tennis: from USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center z{| (HD) Olbermann Baseball Tonight (HD) Nine for IX: Branded Twister (‘96, Drama) aac Helen Hunt. Storm chasers. (HD) Twister (‘96, Drama) aac Helen Hunt. Storm chasers. (HD) The 700 Club Bel-Air Bel-Air Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Diners Diners Restaurant (HD) Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners The Shed Bubba-Q Diners Diners Diners Diners Kentucky (HD) Braves MLB Baseball: Miami Marlins at Atlanta Braves from Turner Field (HD) Post Game Post Game Game 365 FOX Sports Live (HD) MLB Baseball (HD) Prairie: Four Eyes Prairie Puppy Love (‘12) Candace Cameron-Bure. (HD) Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters You Live in (HD) Cool Pools Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Cool Pools Hunters Hunters American American American American American Restor (HD) American American American American American American American Restor (HD) American American Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case: Soul (HD) Cold Case (HD) Hoarders (HD) Hoarders (HD) Hoarders (HD) Hoarders (HD) Hoarders (HD) (:01) Hoarders (HD) (:02) Hoarders (HD) (:02) Hoarders (HD) Sponge Sponge TMNT: Showdown TMNT Rabbids Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez Kick-Ass (‘10) aaa (HD) Con Air (‘97, Action) Nicolas Cage. Inmates take plane. (HD) Con Air (‘97, Action) Nicolas Cage. Inmates take plane. (HD) Kick-Ass (‘10) aaa Aaron Taylor-Johnson. (HD) Continuum Continuum CPS suit. WWE SmackDown (HD) Continuum (N) Haven: The Farmer Continuum Cosplay Wizard World. Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Shrek (‘01, Fantasy) aaac Jim Cummings. (HD) Shrek the Third (‘07) aac Julie Andrews. (HD) There Yet? There Yet? There Yet? There Yet? The Way West (‘67) Kirk Douglas. Carson Paths of Glory (‘57) Kirk Douglas. (:45) Act of Love (‘53, Romance) Kirk Douglas. (:45) Lust for Life (‘56, Drama) aaa Kirk Douglas. Van Gogh. Four Weddings (HD) Four Weddings (HD) Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes What Not to Wear (N) Say Yes Say Yes Not to Wear (HD) Say Yes Say Yes Castle (HD) Castle (HD) Red (‘10, Action) aaac Bruce Willis. (HD) (:15) U.S. Marshals (‘98, Thriller) Tommy Lee Jones. Another fugitive. (HD) Face/Off (‘97) aaa (HD) Adventure Regular Regular Titans Go! Cartoon Planet (N) King King Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family Robot Squid ATHF Dad (HD) Top 20 Snapping turtle. Top 20 Top 20 Gun safety. Dumbest Bullfighter. Dumbest BMX bikers. (:01) Dumbest Top 20 Gun safety. Dumbest Bullfighter. MASH MASH M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Raymond Raymond Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Queens King of Queens (HD) Queens SVU (HD) SVU: Official Story (HD) SVU (HD) SVU Hate crimes. (HD) SVU (HD) SVU: Witness (HD) CSI: Crime (HD) CSI: Crime (HD) Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Bridezillas (HD) Bridezillas (N) (HD) Obsessed with (N) Bridezillas Now Bridezillas Whe (HD) Bridezillas (HD) Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met News (HD) Home Videos (HD) Rules Rules 30 Rock Scrubs

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HIGHLIGHTS The Mummy Returns 8:00 p.m. on AMC An 8-year-old boy tries on the Bracelet of Anubis and finds that if he doesn’t go to an Egyptian site within seven days, he will die as the Scorpion King and his army returns, and then he’s kidnapped by a cult which has resurrected Imhotep. (HD) Hidden Away 8:00 p.m. on LIFE In an attempt to escape her abusive husband and begin a new life with her daughter, a woman fakes her own death and moves into an upscale neighborhood, but her past catches up with her and her husband, seething over her actions, plans his revenge. (HD) Modern Family Cam (Eric 9:00 p.m. on WOLO Stonestreet) conMitch joins Cam in vinces Mitch to join his efforts to an effort to save a save an old tree tree in a park; Jay and Manny are on "Modern pushed out of their Family," airing comfort zones Wednesday at 9 p.m. on WOLO. when they attend an Olympic-themed birthday party; Claire takes Gloria on Costco-run, but “pregnancy brain” makes it an eventful trip. (HD) Top Chef Masters 10:00 p.m. on BRAVO Actress Mindy Kaling tasks the chefs to create dishes based on her favorite romantic comedies, after which they must incorporate the least favorite ingredients of children into fun dishes with help of cast members from Yo Gabba Gabba. Gone Missing 10:00 p.m. on LIFE When her daughter mysteriously vanishes from a San Diego resort during spring break, a worried mother becomes determined to locate her, but while out investigating she uncovers a set of disturbing clues that point to her daughter’s true intentions. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS Motive 8:00 p.m. on WOLO When an executive assistant is found dead in a hotel room, Flynn and Vega quickly find a suspect with adequate means and opportunity, but hit a wall as far as motive in concerned, though Angie discovers something that could lead to a larger secret. (HD) After a murder in a hotel room, Project Runway Detective Oscar 9:00 p.m. on LIFE Following last Vega (Louis Ferreira) finds a week’s unexpected suspect but no elimination, the "Motive," on the remaining designers realize they WOLO series' need to step up season finale, their game on the Thursday at runway; the partici8 p.m. pants get a chance to raid the shoe closet of Marie Claire; Kaley Cuoco and Anne Fulenwider help judge. (HD) Pawn Stars 9:30 p.m. on HIST Rick and Chumlee may purchase a seller’s near mint condition 1969 Camaro Z28; the guys view a first edition 1878 baseball scorebook, published by Harry Wright, the “Father of Professional Baseball”; Corey needs a financial advisor. (HD) Owner’s Manual 10:30 p.m. on AMC The guys travel to Hawaii in order to test their abilities at a brewery, where they are tasked with using their wits to find a way to create a savory drink that will be judged by beer connoisseurs to determine how well they did. (HD) Supermarket Superstar 10:30 p.m. on LIFE A vegan model, a small business owner and a busy single mother compete head-tohead, creating their signature sauces for the judging panel, who then suggest improvements and eventually choose one winner that could end up in stores. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS The Green Mile 8:00 p.m. on AMC The cynical veteran guard of a prison’s death row struggles with a crisis of conscience when he begins to wonder whether a kindhearted, simple-minded prisoner with healing powers is actually guilty of murdering two girls. (HD) Undercover Boss 8:00 p.m. on WLTX Lynne Zappone, Chief Talent Officer of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, the world’s second-largest fried chicken restaurant chain, goes undercover and gets frustrated with an employee’s lack of Southern charm behind the counter. (HD) Jackie (Toks OlaThe Neighbors gundoye) jumps 8:31 p.m. on WOLO in to help out When a toughDebbie's purse minded businessbusiness on "The woman offers Neighbors," air- Debbie a chance to ing Friday at renew her purse 8:31 p.m. on business Jackie WOLO. decides to help out, yet when her negotiation skills work a bit too well, they find themselves trying to produce an impossible number of purses. (HD) Continuum 10:00 p.m. on SYFY Kiera is in a race against time as she attempts to preserve her chance of getting home and rescue Alec from himself at the same time; Alec struggles with a difficult decision between solving Kiera’s dilemma or his own problem. Shrek the Third 10:00 p.m. on TBS When Fiona’s father becomes sick, Shrek is seen as heir to the kingdom but doesn’t want the crown, and he recruits his faithful friends to locate the rebellious heir to assume sovereignty, but the envious Prince Charming has a plot up his sleeve. (HD)


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CABLE CHANNELS Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Flip This House (HD) Flip This House (HD) Flipping Boston (HD) Must Love Dogs (‘05) aa Diane Lane. (HD) Morning Glory (‘10) aac Rachel McAdams. (HD) Modern Dad Modern Dad Rifleman Rawhide Hell on Wheels (HD) Duel at Diablo (‘66, Western) aac James Garner. (HD) Lonesome Dove: Leaving Epic cattle drive. Lonesome Dove: On the Trail Rebel hunt Lonesome: The Plains Must Love Cats (HD) Dog Challenge (N) To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Eat, Drink Eat, Drink Festival. Eat, Drink Below Deck Below Deck Below Deck Below Deck (:15) Below Deck (:15) Below Deck Below Deck Housewife Conclusion. L.A. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. 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(HD) College Football: Buffalo Bulls at Ohio State Buckeyes z{| (HD) Scoreboard College Football: Teams TBA z{| (HD) Bring It On: In It to Win It aac (HD) Just My Luck (‘06) aa Lindsay Lohan. (HD) Stick It (‘06, Comedy) aac Jeff Bridges. (HD) When in Rome (‘10, Romance) Kristen Bell. (HD) You Again (‘10, Comedy) aac Kristen Bell. (HD) L. Blonde Best Thing Best Thing Bobby Flay Pioneer Pioneer Trisha’s Barefoot Giada (N) Chopped (HD) Cutthroat Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Diners Beat Bobby Iron Chef Amer. (HD) Paid Prog. Wolfpack R.Williams Cutcliffe Ship Shape NASCAR Pre SEC Gridiron (HD) Game 365 College Football: Florida International Golden Panthers at Maryland Terrapins (HD) Golden Boy Live no} (HD) Lucy Lucy Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl See Jane Date (‘03) aa Charisma Carpenter. Growing the Big One (‘10) aac (HD) Puppy Love (‘12) Candace Cameron-Bure. (HD) Disaster Appeal Appeal Appeal Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Love It or List It (HD) Income Property (HD) Income Property (HD) Income Property (HD) Income Property (HD) Top Gear (HD) Top Gear (HD) Top Gear: RVs (HD) Top Gear (HD) Top Gear: Taxis (HD) Top Gear (HD) Top Gear (HD) Top Gear (HD) Top Gear (HD) Top Gear (HD) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Oyakhilome Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. The Super (‘91, Comedy) ac Joe Pesci. Monk Reluctant move. Monk Chess murder. Monk Lottery scam. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced The Boy She Met Online (‘10) (HD) Gone Missing (‘13) aaa Daphne Zuniga. (HD) Sponge Sponge Sponge Sponge Sponge Sanjay TMNT Rabbids Sponge Sponge Samurai Sponge Fairly Fairly Fairly Fairly Sam & Cat Sam & Cat Hathaways Hathaways Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Xtrm 4x4 Horsepwr Trucks! Muscle Men in Black (‘97, Science Fiction) aac Will Smith. (HD) Coming to America (‘88, Comedy) aac Eddie Murphy. (HD) Ink Master (HD) Ink Master (HD) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Dracula 2000 (‘00, Horror) ac Gerard Butler. Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (‘98) aa (HD) A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 (‘87) aac (HD) Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare (‘91) (HD) Freddy vs Jason (HD) Payne Browns There Yet? Jim (HD) Rules Queens Queens Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (‘01) Angelina Jolie. Swordfish (‘01, Action) aac John Travolta. Raymond Friends Friends Friends Friends (7:45) Storm in a Teacup (‘37) aac The Citadel (‘38, Drama) aaac Robert Donat. Over the Moon (‘40) Rex Harrison. King Richard and the Crusaders (‘54) aac Unfaithfully Yours (‘48, Comedy) Rex Harrison. My Fair Lady (‘64) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Lottery Changed (HD) Lottery Changed (HD) Lottery Changed (HD) Lottery Changed (HD) Lottery Changed (HD) Who You Are (HD) Who You Are (HD) Who You Are (HD) Who You Are (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Perception (HD) Rizzoli & Isles (HD) (:02) Face/Off (‘97, Action) aaa John Travolta. Fed changes face. (HD) U.S. Marshals (‘98, Thriller) aac Tommy Lee Jones. (HD) Red (HD) Beyblade Unova (N) Chima Ben 10 Batman Titans Go! Titans Go! Titans Go! Planet 51 (‘09, Comedy) aac Dwayne Johnson. Regular Regular Regular Adventure Adventure Adventure Stuart Little (‘99) aac Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Most Shock Most Shock Most Shock Cat lover. Bait Car Bait Car Bait Car Bait Car Jokers Jokers Wipeout (HD) Wipeout Big Balls. (HD) 3’s Co. 3’s Co. 3’s Co. 3’s Co. Cosby Cosby Cosby (:48) The Cosby Show Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Pains: Open Invitation Burn Notice (HD) Suits: She’s Mine Graceland (HD) Raiders of the Lost Ark (‘81, Adventure) aaaa Harrison Ford. (:32) Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (‘84) aaa Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Miss Congeniality (‘00, Comedy) aac Sandra Bullock. My Fair Wedding (HD) My Fair Wedding (HD) My Fair Wedding (HD) My Fair Wedding (HD) My Fair Wedding (HD) Miss Con. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD)

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Ocean’s Eleven 8:00 p.m. on TNT A professional thief gathers together a group of criminal specialists to help him carry out the meticulously planned robbery of a trio of casinos in Las Vegas that belong to a ruthless entrepreneur who is in a relationship with his ex-wife. (HD) College Football 8:07 p.m. on WOLO Georgia has five straight wins in the series, but this is the first meeting between the two schools since 2003, when Georgia crushed Clemson, 30-0; Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray enters his senior season with 28 wins as a starter. (HD) Hell on Wheels 9:00 p.m. on AMC Elam suddenly gets some help from Cullen in searching for a dangerous criminal; the town gets ready to move down the tracks, but an explosion of chaos causes problems for all the citizens of the Hell on Wheels community. (HD) The Makeover An education 9:00 p.m. on consultant (Julia Hallmark Stiles) tries to After a failed attempt at running transform a beer vendor into a for Congress, a winning reform driven education consultant and her candidate in "The Makebusiness partner recruit a down-to- over," airing Saturday at earth beer vendor to run for Congress 9 p.m. on and help promote Hallmark. the cause that she holds dear, and in the process fall in love. (HD) Catch Me If You Can 10:30 p.m. on TNT A determined FBI agent tirelessly tracks a masterful con artist who spends most of his youth traveling the world while he lives on forged checks and fake identities, and the unlikely pair finds that they have a strangely meaningful connection. (HD)

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CABLE CHANNELS Storage Storage Storage Storage To Be Announced Info unavailable. TBA TBA (:01) TBA (:31) TBA (:01) To Be Announced Info unavailable. Lonesome: The Plains Lonesome Dove: Return Call’s promise. Hell on Wheels (N) Hell on Wheels (HD) The Departed (‘06, Crime) Leonardo DiCaprio. Cops and mobsters. (HD) To Be Announced Too Cute! (HD) Too Cute! (N) (HD) Too Cute! (N) (HD) Too Cute! (HD) Too Cute! (HD) Too Cute! (HD) Too Cute! (HD) National Security (‘03) aa Martin Lawrence. Mad Black Woman ac Precious (‘09, Drama) aaa Gabourey Sidibe. Daddy’s Little Girls (‘07, Drama) a Gabrielle Union. Lottery ac (5:30) L.A. L.A. Mentor. L.A. Sibling rivalry. Housewives Sex and the City (‘08, Comedy) aa Sarah Jessica Parker. Sex and the City (‘08) aa Sarah Jessica Parker. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Titans: Lee Iacocca Greed Suze Orman Show (N) The Profit Greed Suze Orman The Profit Situation Room (HD) Boston’s Finest (HD) Boston’s Finest (HD) Boston’s Finest (HD) Boston’s Finest (HD) Boston’s Finest (HD) Boston’s Finest (HD) Boston’s Finest (HD) I Love You, Man (‘09, Comedy) Paul Rudd. (HD) (:57) Without a Paddle (‘04) aa Antony Starr. (HD) (:01) Without a Paddle (‘04) aa Antony Starr. (HD) (:06) Roast of Charlie Sheen (HD) Austin Shake It Good Luck Good Luck Shake It Shake It Shake It Shake It Austin Good Luck Blog Jessie A.N.T. Good Luck Blog Austin Moonshiners (HD) Moonshiners (HD) Tickle Tickle Tickle Porter Porter Porter Tickle Porter Porter Porter Tickle Tickle College Football: Virginia Tech vs Alabama z{| (HD) Scoreboard College Football: TCU Horned Frogs vs LSU Tigers z{| (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Coll. 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(HD) Cedar Cove (HD) Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Love It or List It (HD) Hunters Hunters Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Monk Monk Death in sub. Monk Murderer love. Monk Monk Different Monk. Monk Monastery visit. Monk Monk Bicycle thief. Sexting in Suburbia (‘12) aa Liz Vassey. (HD) Social Nightmare (‘13) Daryl Hannah. (HD) Walking the Halls (‘12) aa Jamie Luner. (HD) (:02) Social Nightmare (‘13) Daryl Hannah. (HD) Swindle (‘13, Adventure) Noah Crawford. (HD) Sam & Cat Hathaways Sam & Cat Hathaways Dad Run Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez Ink Master (HD) Ink Master (HD) Ink Master (HD) Ink Master (HD) Ink Master (HD) Men in Black (‘97, Science Fiction) aac Will Smith. 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King Dad (HD) Family Family Cleveland Boondcks Evangelion: 2.22 You Can (Not) Advance (‘11) Wipeout (HD) Wipeout (HD) Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby The Soul Man (HD) Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Loves Raymond (HD) Raymond Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (‘89, Adventure) Harrison Ford. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (‘08) (:33) Graceland (HD) (:33) Suits: She’s Mine Cheers (5:30) Miss Congeniality (‘00) Sandra Bullock. A League of Their Own (‘92, Comedy) aaa Tom Hanks. Women play ball. David, Divas My Fair: Best Brides My Fair Wedding (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) MLB Baseball: Chicago White Sox at Boston Red Sox z{| (HD) News (HD) Bones (HD) Bones (HD) 30 Rock 30 Rock

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MOVIE HIGHLIGHTS A The Adventurous Blonde aaa ‘37 Glenda Farrell. Rival newspaper tries to get even with a reporter but ends up in trouble. NR (1:15) TCM Thu. 2:00pm. Alien aaaa ‘79 Helen Horton. The crew of a commercial space vessel is stalked by a deadly alien parasite. R (2:30) AMC Fri. 2:30am.

B Big aaa ‘88 Tom Hanks. A boy makes a wish to be an adult and wakes up in the body of a 30-year-old man. PG (2:30) AMC Thu. 3:00pm. A Bronx Tale aaac ‘93 Robert De Niro. A ‘60s bus driver struggles to bring up his son right amid temptations. R (3:00) SPIKE Mon. 2:00pm, 12:00am.

C Carousel aaa ‘56 Gordon MacRae. A carnival barker tries to change his rowdy ways when he falls for a good woman. NR (2:30) TCM Wed. 11:00pm. The Citadel aaac ‘38 Robert Donat. An impoverished doctor gives up his ideals

ACROSS 1. Anthony Clark’s “Yes, Dear” role 5. Arnold and Skerritt 9. Late-night host 10. “__ Man”; film for Robert Downey Jr. 11. George of “Cheers” 12. Free-for-all 14. 90û from NNW 15. Remain behind 16. One not to be trusted 19. “__ __ Fools Fall in Love?”; 1998 Halle Berry film 21. 1964-67 series about a dolphin 22. “Requiem for a __”; 2000 Ellen Burstyn movie 24. Heeded the alarm clock 27. Jed Clampett’s discovery

9 PM 9:30 10 PM 10:30 11 PM 11:30 12 AM 12:30 LOCAL CHANNELS

28. Chat room laugh 29. Put __; shelve 32. “The __ and the Ecstasy” 34. Environmentalist’s concern: abbr. 35. News, for short 36. “__-Pro”; 2008 Will Ferrell movie 37. Dennis the Menace’s dog DOWN 1. Close, for one 2. Actress __ __ Smith 3. “__ of Watch”; 2012 Michael Pena movie 4. “America’s __ Talent” 5. __ Allen 6. Mine car load 7. Mom on “Little People, Big World” (2)

8. Late golfer Sam 11. Parker or Montgomery 13. Sense of self-esteem 17. Jim Nabors’ state of birth: abbr. 18. Delaney or Kardashian 19. Largest New Deal agcy. 20. “I’m with __” (2003-04) 22. 1988 Dennis Quaid/Meg Ryan movie 23. “The Dark Knight __”; 2012 Christian Bale film 25. “__ __ the Beach” (2000-01) 26. Actor Ron 30. Mr. DeLuise 31. Actor Marienthal 32. “__ Force One”; Harrison Ford movie 33. African antelope

to treat rich hypochondriacs. NR (2:00) TCM Sat. 9:30am.

D The Departed aaaa ‘06 Leonardo DiCaprio. An undercover cop discovers that a mobster is working as a police officer. R (3:30) AMC Sat. 11:00pm. Dinner for Schmucks aaac ‘10 Steve Carell. An executive believes he has succeeded in finding the perfect guest for a party. PG-13 (2:37) COM Sun. 3:23pm.

E Elmer Gantry aaac ‘60 Burt Lancaster. A fire-and-brimstone preacher gets caught in a compromising situation. NR (2:45) TCM Wed. 3:00pm.

F Frank Miller’s Sin City aaac ‘05 Jessica Alba. In a corrupt town, several tough outlaws live by their own moral codes. R (2:30) SYFY Sun. 11:30pm.

G The Goonies aaa ‘85 Sean Astin. A group of playmates tries to stop ruthless developers and finds a treasure map. PG (2:30) FAM Sun. 9:00am. Gran Torino aaac ‘09 Clint Eastwood. A Korean War veteran becomes involved in the life of a troubled Asian teenager. R (2:30) TNT Sun. 9:00pm, 1:30am.

H Hidden Away aaaa ‘13 Emmanuelle Vaugier. A woman fakes her own death in an attempt to escape her abusive husband. NR (2:00) LIFE Wed. 8:00pm, 12:02am. High Fidelity aaac ‘00 John Cusack. A man revisits the women in his past to find out why he is such a loser in love. R (2:30) BRAVO Fri. 11:00am.

I Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade aaac ‘89 Harrison Ford. In 1938, Indiana Jones embarks on a quest to find his father and the Holy Grail. PG-13 (2:49) USA Sat. 6:06pm.

It Happened One Night aaac ‘34 Clark Gable. A runaway heiress meets a reporter who agrees to help her escape her father. NR (2:00) TCM Sun. 8:00pm.

K Katt Williams: It’s Pimpin’ Pimpin’ aaa ‘08 Comedic artist Katt Williams uses his unique style to poke fun at politicians. NR (1:47) COM Sat. 1:08am. King Kong aaac ‘05 Naomi Watts. Filmmaker goes on expedition to seek legendary giant gorilla named Kong. PG-13 (4:00) AMC Mon. 8:00pm., Tue. 1:30pm.

L Little Big Man aaac ‘70 Dustin Hoffman. The only white survivor of Custer’s Last Stand recounts his life story. GP (2:30) TCM Tue. 1:45am.

M Margie aaa ‘46 Jeanne Crain. A nostalgic mother tells her teenage daughter about her own teenage years. NR (1:45) TCM Mon. 11:15am. My Fair Lady aaac ‘64 Audrey Hepburn. A professor transforms an ill-mannered Cockney flower girl into a lady on a bet. NR (3:00) TCM Sat. 5:00pm.

O Ocean’s Eleven aaa ‘01 George Clooney. An ex-con robs three Las Vegas casinos to win over his ex-wife. PG-13 (2:30) TNT Sat. 8:00pm. Out of the Past aaac ‘47 Robert Mitchum. A private eye is entangled in murder and double dealings with a gangster. NR (2:00) TCM Fri. 6:00am.

P Paths of Glory aaaa ‘57 Kirk Douglas. A general tries soldiers for cowardice after they fail an impossible mission. NR (1:45) TCM Fri. 8:00pm. Pinky aaac ‘49 Jeanne Crain. A young woman’s ethnicity becomes the focal point in a courtroom battle. NR (2:00) TCM Mon. 8:00pm.

R Raiders of the Lost Ark aaaa ‘81 Harrison Ford. Archaeologist Indiana Jones

searches for the lost Ark of the Covenant. PG (2:32) USA Sat. 1:00pm. Red aaac ‘10 Bruce Willis. A retired black-ops CIA agent who is marked for assassination looks for answers. PG-13 (2:15) TNT Sun. 6:45pm., Fri. 8:00pm., Sat. 5:45pm.

S The Shawshank Redemption aaaa ‘94 Tim Robbins. An innocent man convicted of his wife’s murder copes with the horrors of prison. R (3:00) AMC Sun. 11:00am. Shrek aaac ‘01 Mike Myers. A green ogre and a talkative donkey travel to bring back a beautiful princess. PG (2:00) TBS Fri. 8:00pm.

T The Taking of Pelham One Two Three aaac ‘74 Walter Matthau. A transit authority official negotiates with criminals who are holding hostages. R (2:00) TCM Tue. 10:00pm. Titanic aaac ‘97 Leonardo DiCaprio. A dashing vagabond falls in love with a rich girl aboard an ill-fated ship. PG-13 (4:30) FAM Sun. 11:30am.

U Unfaithfully Yours aaac ‘48 Rex Harrison. A conductor who suspects his wife of cheating considers three solutions. NR (2:00) TCM Sat. 3:00pm.

Y You Were Meant for Me aaa ‘48 Jeanne Crain. Leader of band meets girl from his hometown at dance and marries her next day. NR (1:45) TCM Mon. 1:00pm.

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