Issuu on Google+

SO MANY BOOKS, SO LITTLE TIME TIME

TO TRAIN

Locals suggest novels, series to read through the summer months.

C1 Team Robinson MMA officially opens doors

D1

VOL. 118, NO. 221 WWW.THEITEM.COM

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013 | SUMTER, SOUTH CAROLINA

FOUNDED OCTOBER 15, 1894

$1.50

Clubhouse Road upkeep comes to vote BY SHARRON HALEY sharron@theitem-clarendonsun.com MANNING — Clarendon County Council will decide at Monday’s council meeting if the county will resume maintenance of Clubhouse Road, according to Administrator David Epperson. On June 19, Epperson said either he or the county’s attorney, David C. Holler, would brief council members during an executive session at the meeting and then council would vote on whether the county would begin to maintain Clubhouse Road again. Clubhouse Road is located in the Robert E. Lee subdivision on Lake Marion. Residents of Clubhouse Road, including David Johnston, said they would be attending the meeting in hopes of talking to council members prior to the executive session SEE MAINTENANCE, PAGE A7

ITEM FILE PHOTO

Bo’s Road in the Robert E. Lee subdivision has pot holes and drop-offs as deep as eight inches from eroded asphalt. Clarendon County Council will vote Monday as to whether it will continue to handle the maintenance of Clubhouse Road and nearby roadways.

Fighting pain with fun

BY BRISTOW MARCHANT bmarchant@theitem.com

Camp Happy Days offers escape for kids with cancer

Jeanette Harrison had her day planned out, starting with a visit to a friend having surgery at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. But whatever other plans Harrison might have had for Oct. 25, 2012, she would never have a chance to complete them. The 70-year-old former schoolteacher, mother and grandmother was struck by a car and killed at about 7:30 a.m. while crossing East Calhoun Street outside the hospital. Witnesses said the driver never slowed down and continued driving east after colliding with the pedestrian. More than eight months HARRISON later, the driver has never been identified, despite a sustained campaign by Sumter police to locate the person responsible for the woman’s death. “We’re still actively investigating any and all leads” in the case, said Staff Sgt. Tony Rivers, head of the Sumter Police Department’s Traffic Division, but he says those leads are “coming in slowly.” Immediately after Harrison’s death, investigators received several potential leads from the public. People reported seeing similar vehicles to the one that hit Harrison, or people acting suspiciously after the hit and run, but so far investigators haven’t been able to nail down an official susSUSPECT SKETCH pect. In the week after Harrison’s death, officers handed out fliers to motorists driving along Calhoun Street, hoping to find a regular commuter who might have seen or known something about that morning. Investigators gathered a pretty clear picture of what happened, minus a few key details. Witnesses say the car that killed Harrison was a dark-colored, newer model mid-sized automobile, possibly a Dodge Charger, driven by a white female with dark hair between the ages of 20 and 30. A sketch artist completed a portrait of what the suspect might look like, based on witness statements. Despite the deadly collision, Rivers said it’s important to note the car might not have sustained much visible damage, so potential witnesses should not focus on a vehicle with obvious front-end dents or a missing bumper. “There may be little or no damage” to the vehicle, he said. There is at least one witness investigators do still want to talk to. Police have been

BY ROBERT J. BAKER bbaker@theitem.com LAKE MARION — Kenneth Poole can remember the exact day he was diagnosed with cancer. It was July 15, 2011, almost two years ago, when the 15-year-old Beaufort resident found out he would have a long battle against osteosarcoma ahead of him. Now in remission, Poole is one of more than 200 kids like him SEE CAMP, PAGE A9

Sumter resident Danny Dollar, top, skydived on Friday with a 20-foot-long American flag; Shaniyah Riley, 12, above left, works on a ropes course; and Counselor Daniel Baker, above, carries camper Zachariah on his back at the waterfront on Friday for the kids at Camp Happy Days at Camp Bob Cooper near Summerton.

20 N. Magnolia St. Sumter, SC 29150 (USPS 525-900)

www.theitem.com

SEE HARRISON, PAGE A7

PHOTOS BY ROBERT J. BAKER / THE ITEM

OUTSIDE VERY HUMID

DEATHS Information: 774-1200 Advertising: 774-1236 Classifieds: 774-1234 Delivery: 774-1258 News, Sports: 774-1226

Police continue investigation of hit-and-run death

Bessie G. Cogburn Louise D. Herrington Viola G. Neal A9

INSIDE 5 SECTIONS, 32 PAGES

Some sun during the day with a storm in spots late in the afternoon; cloudy and humid through the night. HIGH: 88 LOW: 71 A10

Business Classifieds Comics Daily Planner Opinion Television

D1 D3 E1 A10 A8 E3


A2

SECOND FRONT THE ITEM

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013 Contact the newsroom at 803-774-1226 or e-mail news@theitem.com

Crosswell executive director wins social work award BY STAFF REPORTS Jerry Allred, executive director of John K. Crosswell Home for Children, was recently selected by South Carolina Association of School Social Workers as its 2013 Friend of School Social ALLRED Work Award recipient. The Friend of School Social Work Award is given annually to someone who

meets the following criteria: • Supports school social work; • Responds to the daily problems faced by students and families; • Takes risks to provide needed services to students and families; and • Embraces the mission of SCASSW. Allred, who is a licensed independent social worker, clinical practice, works with the school system to ensure that children placed in his facility not only are fully in-

New athletic director of local YMCA expands program offerings While stationed at Elgin Air Force Base in Fort Walton Since she arrived at the Beach, Fla., in 2000, Allen creSumter Family YMCA in April, ated the Team Perseverance, Junko Allen has hit the ground an Amateur Athletic Union running. travel team, for girls. When “The Y is fortunate to have stationed at Shaw Air Force Coach J. as she brings with Base in Sumter, she started her a wealth of knowledge again with a girls’ team, but it and a passion for kids,” said wasn’t long before boys were John Hoffman, executive direquesting to have their own rector of the Y. team as well. In her few short When her daughter, Shanmonths, she start- ice Cooper, was 9, she started ed a Biddy Soccer playing for Team Perseverprogram for chilance. Along the way, her team dren ages 3 to 6, a had the opportunity to play in spring youth volHawaii and Australia against ALLEN leyball league, a teams from all over the world, variety of specialty and she represented North camps including basketball Carolina and South Carolina and volleyball, a pre-season in the Australian games in basketball conditioning pro2009. Now a senior at Univergram and prosity of South vided an opCarolina Upportunity for UPCOMING EVENTS state, Cooper Sumter youths has received to attend the Registration for Team Perseverance is academic and Kenny Smith available for boys and girls ages 8 to 18. athletic scholCarolina BasThe team has workouts at varied times at arships. ketball Camp the Y through Aug. 25. The cost is $100 per Cooper has in North Caroplayer. inherited her lina. A basketball summer camp will be held mother’s pasAllen is also from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 29 through Aug. sion and has the creator and 2. The cost is $30 per session for members been coaching director of and $45 for potential members. Extended with Team PerTeam Persevercare is available. severance for ance BasketTraditional youth basketball registration the past eight ball, which has will begin in August for ages 5 to 14 with years. She is partnered with the return of Biddy Basketball for ages 3 also a staff the Y in order and 4. member of the to reach out to The Y is also offering Pre-Season BasketYMCA. more youths in ball Conditioning from Aug. 26 through For the past the communiOct. 15 for boys and girls ages 11 to 19. 16 years, Allen ty. Participants will sharpen fundamental basserved as a “Our goal is ketball skills, learn drills, get conditioned coach for recto form elite and execute moves in game situations reation teams and betwhile building character and confidence in leagues, midter prepare our preparation for the upcoming basketball dle and high student athseason at their individual schools. Registraschools, AAU letes for high tion is now open, and the cost is $45 for and college school and colmembers and $70 for potential members. basketball legiate basketFor more information about Team Perseverteams. Most ball,” she said. ance, contact Coach J. Allen at (803) 795recently and “This also cre5513 or jallen@ymcasumter.org. For all before becomates a forum for other programs, contact the YMCA at (803) ing the athletic them to be 773-1404 or visit ymcasumter.org. director for the scouted for Y, she coached athletic scholfor St. Francis arships.” Xavier High School and the Allen’s love for basketball University of South Carolina and young people stems from Sumter. She has also served as a lifetime of playing and a coach for the Kenny Smith coaching. Originally from Carolina Basketball Camp. Long Island, N.Y., she played When Allen retired from basketball for 30 years in mid- Shaw in 2008, she decided to dle and high school, college make Sumter her permanent and the Air Force. She joined home. the Air Force in 1985, where “I’ve been blessed with the she worked as a recreational position here as athletic direcspecialist in Morale Welfare tor, and I truly believe that and Recreation as the intraGod has put me here to catamural and varsity coordinator pult my dreams and desires to for three years. She then help our youth through athletserved as a medic for 20 years. ics,” she said.

tegrated into the school system, but also that they receive all the benefits he can give through his facility. He is always present at school functions, acting in the role of the parent for those children whose parents cannot serve in that role. He is a regular visitor to the school campuses where the children attend, is active in seeking services for them and pursues new ways to collaborate for their benefit. Seen as a surrogate father by Crosswell children, Allred

provides them with as much like a home atmosphere as he can, involving them in family activities. He is also supportive of the school district in its endeavors. He trains law enforcement officers to be mentors in the school system and can be relied on to take on any new venture that will benefit children in his care. Allred is active in the independent home association, serving as president, and he is also an advocate

for children in the social services system. According to Margaret Hutchens, director of Student Support Services for Sumter School District and board member of SCASSW, “Mr. Allred understands the school system and seeks to work with the system to improve opportunities for his students. He is an excellent representative of the profession of social work in general and a strong friend of school social work in particular.”

CELEBRATING HERITAGE

FROM STAFF REPORTS

REGULAR SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Home Delivery — Tuesday through Sunday: One year $144; Six months - $75.25; Three months - $40; Two months - $27.50; One month - $13.75; EZPay - $12 per month. Saturday and Sunday: One year - $72; Six months - $36.75; Three months - $18.50; One month, $6.25. Mail — One year - $249; Six months - $124.50; Three months - $62.25; one month - $20.95. OUTLYING RURAL ROUTE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Home Delivery — Tuesday through Sunday: One year -

PHOTOS BY AIRMAN 1ST CLASS PRESTON WEBB / SPECIAL TO THE ITEM

Children participate in an interactive storybook reading recently by Staff Sgt. Kenya McCoy, 488th Intelligence Squadron maintenance support element supervisor from Sumter, during Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month in the Child Development Center on RAF Mildenhall, England. The event began as a week-long celebration in 1979 and became a month-long celebration 1990.

Children watch McCoy share a cultural storybook. Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month recognizes and celebrates the contributions and heritage of Asian and Pacific Islander Americans.

LOCAL & STATE BRIEFS

|

From staff and wire reports

Tree hits car near Wateree River bridge

personnel matter. The specially called meeting will be at 9 a.m. in the Colclough building on Council Street.

Traffic was held up for a while Saturday on U.S. 76/378 near the Wateree River bridge after a tree fell on a car. A large tree branch reportedly fell into the right lane of the westbound side of the highway heading toward Richland County about 2:30 p.m., striking the front end of a car carrying two people. A pickup truck pulling a trailer then drove over the tree trunk in the roadway. The car struck by the falling tree sustained minor structural damage, while the truck suffered no apparent damage. The driver of the first car was transported from the scene by EMS as a precaution.

Lee County Council will meet during a regularly scheduled meeting at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in the family courtroom, second floor of the Lee County Courthouse. Kathy Powell of the Santee-Lynches Regional Council of Governments will introduce its new director and give an overview of the agency’s services. Council will also hear from Sonny Sims of Jackson and Sims about plans for a new community center and animal shelter. Committee reports also will be presented.

Bishopville council calls special meeting

Officials say Folly Beach alcohol ban working

Members of Bishopville City Council will go behind closed doors Tuesday to discuss an unspecified

FOLLY BEACH — On the one-year anniversary of the decision to ban alcohol from the beach at Folly

$153; Six months - $81.25; Three months - $43; Two months, $29; One month - $14.50. EZPay, $12.75 per month. Saturday and Sunday: One year - $84; Six months - $43; Three months - $22; One month - $7.50. HOME DELIVERY: Call (803) 774-1258, Mon-Fri, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat./Sun., 7 to 11 a.m. The Item is published six days a week except for July 4, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day (unless it falls on a Sunday) by Osteen Publishing Co., 20 N. Magnolia St., Sumter,

Lee council has full agenda for Tuesday

Beach, officials said fewer people are coming to the area, but those who do are better behaved. The Post and Courier of Charleston reported that Mayor Tim Goodwin said visitors are more polite. Public Safety Chief Dennis Brown said eight alcohol citations were written on Folly Beach this July 4th. Two people were arrested. Last year, about 3,000 to 4,000 college-age beachgoers from tour buses caused essentially a riot.

2 men drown at North Myrtle Beach NORTH MYRTLE BEACH — Authorities said two North Carolina men died while swimming at North Myrtle Beach on a day when about 100 people were rescued from the ocean. The Sun News of Myrtle Beach reported that the men drowned Thursday, when the water had strong rip currents.

SC 29150. Periodical postage paid at Sumter, SC 29150. Postmaster: Send address changes to Osteen Publishing Co., 20 N. Magnolia St., Sumter, SC 29150 Publication No. USPS 525-900 Member, Verified Audit Circulation.

Publishing Co. as agent. No responsibility for advance payments is assumed by the company until the money is received at this office.

NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE: All carriers and dealers of The Item are independent contractors. Advance payment for subscriptions may be made directly to Osteen

RECYCLING: This newspaper is printed on recycled paper and uses environmentally safe soy inks to reduce ruboff. It is recyclable.

CORRECTIONS: If you see a statement in error, contact the City Desk. Corrections will appear on this page.


LOCAL / STATE

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

THE ITEM

A3

A FAMILY PROJECT Members of the Hastie-Wright family display the family quilt ahead of a family reunion at New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church this weekend. The quilt’s 196 individual squares, representing different family members and branches, were sewn together over a long process beginning in 1990. The work of compiling each square was begun by the mother-and-daughter team of Susan Hastie Burgess and Edith Burgess Lewis, and they were sewn together by Annie Mae Stevenson of Columbia, Tenn. Seven generations of the family are represented, going back to the 1800s. New members of the extended family are added to the quilt as it grows, about 100 of whom are expected in Sumter for the reunion. PHOTOS BY BRISTOW MARCHANT / THE ITEM

ABOVE: Craig Andrews, a great-nephew of Edith Burgess Lewis, poses with the quilt after helping to hang it at New Bethel on Friday.

Beloved Southern foods linked to kidney stone formation BY LIV OSBY The Greenville News Sweet tea is a staple of George Westmoreland’s diet, and over the course of a day, he downs four 16-ounce bottles. At restaurants, he drinks a few glasses of the traditional Southern beverage with meals, taking advantage of the free refills. “I sip on them throughout the day,” the 51-year-old Easley man said. “It’s like an addiction.” Then one day last month, he felt some pressure in his abdomen and had trouble emptying his bladder. He thought maybe he had a kidney infection. But after a few tests, the label salesman was told he had a kidney stone 7 millimeters in diameter, or roughly a quarter of an inch. It’s bad enough to have a kidney stone. But then he learned that his favorite drink may have been to blame. “He (the doctor) said that sweet tea could be the cause of my kidney stone,” Westmoreland said. “I never heard that tea itself was an inducer of kidney stones.” But sweet tea and other Southern favorites can in fact lead to the development of stones, said Dr. David Rice, a urologist with Palmetto Greenville Urology, a part of Bon Secours

Medical Group. And here in the “Stone Belt” — a swath of the country that spans the South — the incidence is even higher, particularly now as summer heats up, he said. “It’s kind of a joke how in the Southeast a lot of people drink iced tea and in Southwest they drink brewed sun tea,” Rice said. “And tea has high concentrations of a chemical called oxylate, which is one of the main components of kidney stones.” SIMPLE OR COMPLEX

One in 11 Americans has had a kidney stone, according to the National Institutes of Health. And every year these painful crystalline creations send more than 300,000 people to the ER and more than 1 million others to the doctor. Kidney stones can form when substances in the urine — calcium,

uric acid, struvite and cystine — get too concentrated, NIH reports. They can range in size from “a grain of sand to a pearl,” with some “as big as golf balls,” and cause excruciating pain or no symptoms at all. “Stones can be pretty simple or pretty complex,” Rice said. “Some stones are smooth and some jagged. The more jagged they are, the more likely they are to get hung up. And most stones get hung up at the bladder.” Symptoms of kidney stones include pain while urinating, blood in the urine, and sharp pain in the back or lower abdomen, sometimes with nausea and vomiting, according to NIH. “You can get sick as a dog,” Rice said, “almost on the verge of death.” The condition afflicts men more than women, and whites more than

WE BUY GOLD! Per Penny Weight Per Gram 10 KT $24.00 14 KT $35.00 16 KT $42.00 18 KT $46.00 22 KT $59.00

10 KT $15.72 14 KT $22.76 16 KT $27.24 18 KT $29.80 22 KT $38.12

All prices above based on gold market price.

“We buy Silver Coins & Sterling also”

Gold Shop & Big T 520 West Boyce Street | Manning, SC 29102 | (803) 435-8094

minorities, Rice said. People with a family history of stones are also more likely to get them, as are obese people and those with diabetes and certain metabolic conditions, he said. But the most common reason to get a kidney stone is dehydration, which leads to concentrated urine production, Rice said. “It’s like if you left glass of salt water out in the sun, and the water evaporates, all you’re left with is the salt,” he explains.

Diet also plays a role. And sweet tea tops the list. “When you’re out at a restaurant, you can have four or five glasses,” Rice said. “You never know how many glasses you had.” Some 90 percent of stones are calcium oxylate, he said. Walnuts, almonds and other nuts also contain a lot of oxylate, along with chocolate and dried fruits, he said. The Southern fried diet is also high in oxlyate — fried okra, rhu-

barb, poke salad, turnip greens, Rice said. BEER STONES

Another culprit is beer. “You’re on the beach, in the hot sun, drinking beer, and your urine gets concentrated,” Rice said. “You can end up with beer stones.” While most kidney stones are made of calcium oxylate and calcium phosphate, according to NIH, others are made of uric acid from diets rich in meat, fish and shellfish.

USC SUMTER Open House July 13, 2013 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Arts & Letters Building

www.uscsumter.edu

It’s not too late to register for Fall. Find out how to get money for college or speak to our Admissions staff about the application process. Bring all of your questions and we will help answer them! Open to the public and parents welcome. For more information, text 803-468-4156, email suadmiss@uscsumter.edu or call 803-938-3717.

1216 Alice Drive Sumter, SC 29150 803.773.0099 1.866.621.4914 www.ComfortKeepers.com

uscsumter.edu The University of South Carolina is an equal opportunity institution.


A4

LOCAL

THE ITEM

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

Volunteer transportation program draws national recognition BY JADE ANDERSON janderson@theitem.com A local organization recently received national attention for a program six years in the making. In May, SanteeLynches Regional Council of Governments’ Aging and Disability Resource Center Assisted Rides EDGAR Program was featured as a success story by the National Center on Senior Transportation on a YouTube presentation as well as on its national site. The program serves Sumter, Clarendon, Lee and Kershaw counties. The volunteer transportation initiative connects drivers with people 60 years old and older or people 21 years old and up with disabilities to provide them free rides to everything

from the doctor and grocery store to the beauty salon, said Shalyse Edgar, mobility manager. “My car was in the shop for few weeks, and I thought ‘How do they do this?’,� she said. “It’s definitely difficult. It’s essentially to keep them independent, to keep them in their homes and safely getting those needs met. It keeps Medicare down and hospitalization.� The program is partially funded through a Federal Transit Administration Section 5317 New Freedom grant administered by the South Carolina Department of Transportation, Office of Public Transportation, according to the seniortransportation.easterseals.com article. In the fall of 2007, the Regional Transit Council Coalition received a technical assistance grant from the national center to support re-

BY THE NUMBERS 151 Passengers enrolled as of May this year

28 Drivers in the program

433 Rides provided from January through May, totaling about 5,400 miles and 335 volunteer hours

1,039 Number of one-way trips totaling nearly 14,000 miles that were provided by 23 volunteers with a total of 892 volunteer hours in 2012

754 Number of one-way trips totaling 8,153 miles with 21 volunteers giving a total of 499 volunteer hours in 2011

65 and older Age range without access to a vehicle as of 2010: Sumter: 1,313; Clarendon: 419; Lee: 379; Kershaw: 476 Sources: Shalyse Edgar, mobility manager; seniortransportation.easterseals.com; and U.S. Census American Community Survey

gional coalition-building. The regional Aging and Disability Resource Center was a

partner in the coalition and one of the objectives was finding a way to enhance mobility management within the aging and disability resource center. The first ride was given in March of 2011, said O.J. Papucci, regional transportation coordinator for COG who was involved with the coalition that helped get the program going. The South Carolina needs assessment always ranked transportation as one of the top three needs for seniors, the article states. Subsequently, the Lieutenant Governor’s Office on Aging took on the concept of the program as a pilot and is now working on implementing it statewide. “The intent of the grants awarded by the SCDOT is to eventually have a statewide program run by the ADRC’s and local organizations,� said Denise

POLICE BLOTTER CHARGES:

Darnell Allen Brown, 33, of 311 N. Main St., Apt. D1, was arrested Wednesday and charged with receiving stolen goods. At 10 a.m., Brown reportedly tried to process a stolen check for $204 at a business in the 300 block of Broad Street. Brown was later found walking on Broad Street near Cuttino Road and arrested. Patrick Russell Hynes, 24, of 2840 Sun Valley Drive, was arrested Thursday and charged with DUI, second offense. At 4:10 a.m., Hynes’ car reportedly crashed into a light pole near the intersection of Alice Drive and Liberty Street. Hynes reportedly failed a field sobriety test and blew a 0.18 blood-alcohol content. Gilbert Lee King, 64, of 967 Houck St., was arrested Thursday and charged with driving under suspension, third offense. At 9:54 p.m., King was reportedly stopped for an illegal turn at the intersection of South Guignard Drive and Neal Street. ROBBERY:

A 76-year-old man was walking in the 200 block of South Harvin Street about 9:35 a.m. Wednesday when a 20to 25-year-old woman reportedly picked his pocket. The man confronted the woman and struggled with her, pinning her to the ground while he attempted to call police, but the woman managed to escape on foot with approximately $100. A witness described the woman as looking like “the walking dead.� FIRE:

At 4:06 a.m., firefighters responded to a fire in a mobile home in the 4400 block of Confederate Road. The fire reportedly spread throughout the home, causing damage estimated at $7,500. No one was home at the time of the fire, and an unknown man in a cream-colored car was reportedly seen outside the home shortly be-

Rivers, program manager in the Lt. Governor’s Office on Aging. Her office applies for and administers the grants from the SCDOT. “A lot of work has gone into the program from numerous organizations and volunteers, and they were the pilot for the rest of the state. It has made it much easier for other areas of the state to implement the program (because of ) the work they have done. They should be proud of their success, (and) I was very pleased to see them get the recognition.� Papucci hopes this national attention will bring more local awareness of the Assisted Rides Program. Volunteers are still needed. “I would love to see some college students,� Edgar said, who is a volunteer driver herself. “It would look great on resumes.� Drivers should at least be 19 years old,

have a valid driver’s license and a good driving record. She’d also love to see someone with a wheelchair accessible vehicle. As of right now, they have to refer people to other agencies such as Sumter Senior Services. “We’d like to partner with churches, too,� Edgar said. “Really, we’re open to any opportunity.� Sponsors are also needed. Businesses, organizations and groups can sponsor a set number of rides or miles. “We can’t completely rely on state and federal funding,� Papucci said. “The objective of the whole program is to make it self-sustaining, to make sure something is in place for the long haul.� For more information, to volunteer or to enroll in the program, call (803) 775-7381 or 1-800-948-1042. Reach Jade Anderson at (803) 774-1250.

|

fore the fire began. The incident is under investigation. ASSAULT:

At 5:22 p.m. Thursday, a woman reportedly entered a store in the 2300 block of Peach Orchard Road and began arguing with the clerk about “gas octane levels.� The woman reportedly threw a bowl of bananas at the clerk, striking him in the chest, before her companion, a man with no shirt on, reportedly pushed the cash register off the counter. The couple then left the scene in a gold 2000 Chevrolet Suburban. STOLEN PROPERTY:

Two-hundred feet of copper wire was reportedly stolen from the 2600 block of Old Field Road between 7 p.m. Tuesday and 10 a.m. Wednesday. The copper is valued at $3,500. Miscellaneous fire-

works, a 32-inch flatscreen TV and an empty cash register were reportedly stolen from a fireworks stand in the 1200 block of Broad Street between 10 p.m. Tuesday and 11:30 a.m. Wednesday. The items are valued at $1,878. Two flat-screen TVs were reported stolen from the first block of Plainfield Court at 6:21 p.m. Wednesday. The items are valued at $1,800. A 32-inch flat-screen TV, laptop computer and a Wii gaming system were reported stolen from the 1200 block of Coffey Street at 2:39 p.m. Wednesday. The items are valued at $1,080. Two televisions were reportedly stolen from the 200 block of Lemmon Street between 10 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Thursday. The televisions are valued at $800. Twenty-five bicycles were reported stolen

from the 600 block of East Fulton Street at 3 p.m. Wednesday. The bicycles are valued at $750. RECOVERED PROPERTY:

A black Smith & Wesson .38-caliber handgun was found in the roadway near the intersection of North Bultman Drive and Rast Street at 1:38 a.m. Friday. The gun had not been reported stolen. VANDALISM:

Between 10 p.m. Tuesday and 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, three windows were reportedly broken at a business in the 400 block of Broad Street, causing damage estimated at $1,500. Between 1 p.m. Monday and 4 p.m. Wednesday, the window of a business in the 1000 block of Broad Street was reportedly broken, causing damage estimated at $1,100.

Foundation seeks applicants for education grant FROM STAFF REPORTS The Sumter Community Foundation, an affiliate of Central Carolina Community Foundation, invites nonprofit organizations from Sumter County to submit a letter of intent for programs advancing education. The letter of intent should explain how the organization addresses a specific community need and builds on existing community strengths. A primary focus area for the Sumter Community Foundation includes childhood and family literacy attainment. Early education proposals may address the following areas: • School readiness — too many young chil-

dren show up for school not ready to learn. • School attendance — too many children in grades K-3 miss too many days of school. • Summer learning — too many children in the early grades lose ground over the summer months. All letters of intent should be sent to grants@yourfoundation. org by 5 p.m. July 21. The letter should not exceed two pages and must be submitted on the organization’s letter head. Submissions after this date will not be considered. Once all letters of intent are received, the Sumter Community Foundation will invite selected organizations by Aug. 16 for a full grant proposal.

Accounting advice you understand

HOME AUTO CYCLE RENTERS

FREE RATE QUOTE 938-8200 9LVLRQ3ODQ At Work?

Health Emphasis 2013

“TAKING CARE OF THE TEMPLE OF GOD� H. Rubin Accepts These Vision Care Plans 963‡+XPDQD‡ TRICARE 'DYLV9LVLRQ Spectera ‡First Choice %&%6‡8QLVRQ 6XSHULRU‡)DUP%XUHDX EyeMed ‡$YHVLV &DUH,PSURYHPHQW3OXV &DUROLQD&DUH3ODQ 0HGLFDUH‡0HGLFDLG 0RUH (\H([DPLQDWLRQV$YDLODEOH2Q3UHPLVHV%\ 'U6WHYHQ.'HDQ2SWRPHWULVW

Sumter Mall

775.7877

“Do you not know that your body is a Temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received of God.� 1 Corinthians 6:19-20

Saturday, July 13, 2013 10:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Delaine Community Center Wanda Martin Shekinah Worship Prosperity & More Ministries

5400 Cane Savannah Road Wedgeield, South Carolina Casual Attire

Judith Ballard New Creation Church San Antonio, Texas

Sponsored By: Senior Overseer Pastor Margaret Lang, Lighthouse Prayer Temple Church, Prosperity and More Prayer Group, Pastor Wanda Martin of Shekinah Worship and Outreach


NATION

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

THE ITEM

A5

Health insurers fear young people will opt out MIAMI (AP) — Dan Lopez rarely gets sick and hasn’t been to a doctor in 10 years, so buying health insurance feels like a waste of money. Even after the federal health overhaul takes full effect next year, the 24-year-old said he will probably decide to pay the $100 penalty for those who skirt the law’s requirement that all Americans purchase coverage. “I don’t feel I should pay for something I don’t use,” said the Milwaukee resident, who makes about $48,000 a year working two part-time jobs. Because he makes too much to qualify for government subsidies, Lopez would pay a premium of about $3,000 a year if he chose to buy health insurance. “I shouldn’t be penalized for having good health,” he said. Persuading young, healthy

‘I don’t feel I should pay for something I don’t use. ... I shouldn’t be penalized for having good health.’ Dan Lopez, Milwaukee resident adults such as Lopez to buy insurance under the Affordable Care Act is becoming a major concern for insurance companies as they scramble to comply with the law, which prohibits them from denying coverage because of pre-existing conditions and limits what they can charge to older policy holders. Experts warn a lot of these so-called “young invincibles” could opt to pay the fine instead of spending hundreds or thousands of dollars each year on insurance premiums. If enough young adults avoid

the new insurance marketplace, it could throw off the entire equilibrium of the Affordable Care Act. Insurers are betting on the business of that group to offset the higher costs they will incur for older, sicker beneficiaries. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimates that about six million people of various ages will pay the tax penalty for not having insurance in 2014, the first year the law championed by President Obama will be fully implemented. It’s hard to estimate how

many of those will be the young and healthy adults insurers are trying to reach, but that subgroup makes up a very small portion of the overall market. Even though it’s small, experts say it could be enough to throw the system’s financing off-kilter. About 3 million 18-24-year-olds in the U.S. currently purchase their own insurance. Many pay high prices for scant benefits, with high deductibles and co-pays because they make too much to qualify for Medicaid and have no coverage options from their employers or parents. The Urban Institute estimates that the majority of adults in their 20s will qualify for government subsidies under the Affordable Care Act. Premium hikes could be a disincentive for young people weighing their options. Premiums for people ages 21

to 29 with single coverage who are not eligible for government subsidies would increase by 42 percent under the law, according to an analysis by actuaries at the consulting firm Oliver Wyman. By comparison, an adult in his or her early 60s would see about a 1 percent average increase in premiums under new federal health rules. Insurers including America’s Health Insurance Plans and The Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association recently wrote to federal health officials warning that they feared low enrollment by young adults and proposed beefedup penalties for opting out. Insurers worry the $100 penalty might not be a strong enough deterrent. The penalties jump to $695 or 2.5 percent of taxable income — whichever is more — by 2016.

Experts: Expect bigger, fiercer wildfires in West LOS ANGELES (AP) — There’s a Wuebbles of the University of Illinois, dangerous but basic equation behind one of the main authors of the federal the killer Yarnell Hill wildfire and report. “We’ve been saying this for other blazes raging across the West some time.” this summer: More heat, more Communities nestled next to wildrought, more fuel and more people derness are used to girding for fire in the way are adding up to increasseason, which typically occurs in the ingly ferocious fires. summer. Compared with decades Scientists say a hotter planet will past, however, the traditional fire seaonly increase the risk. son now lasts two months longer, and More than two dozen wildland fires first responders sometimes find themare burning from Alaska to New Mexi- selves beating back flames in the winco, fueled by triple-digit temperatures ter. and arid conditions. In the Arizona Rising temperatures all over the mountain town of Yarnell, a blaze apWest, for one, have created dangerous, parently sparked by lightning killed 19 dry conditions. members of an elite firefighting squad During the past 35 years, Arizona who had deployed their emergency has seen dramatic warming, with the shelters last Sunday when erratic state’s 10-year average temperature monsoon winds sent flames racing in jumping from 59.1 degrees Fahrenheit their direction. in 1977 to 61.4 degrees last year — an While no single increase of 2.3 degrees. wildfire can be pinned By comparison, the solely on climate entire continental U.S.’ change, researchers 10-year average temsay there are signs that perature jumped only fires are becoming big1.6 degrees during the ger and more common same period. Experts in an increasingly hot say every little spike in and bone-dry West. temperature makes a “Twenty years ago, I big difference. would have said this “Even a degree or so was a highly unusual, warmer, day in, day fast-moving, dangerout, evaporates water ous fire,” said fire hisfaster, and that desictory expert Don Falk at cates the system more,” the University of Arizosaid fire ecologist Steve na at Tucson, referring Running of the Univerto the Yarnell Hill fire. sity of Montana. “Now unfortunately, In Arizona, where a it’s not unusual at all.” A wildfire burns homes in Yar- drought has persisted Wildfires are chew- nell, Ariz. on Sunday, June 30, for nearly two decades, ing through twice as the manzanita, evermany acres per year on average in the green, mount mahogany and oak in United States compared with 40 years the Yarnell area were so crispy that a ago, U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom nearby state fire-monitoring station Tidwell told a Senate hearing last recorded a near-maximum level of pomonth. Since Jan. 1, 2000, about tential fuel in area vegetation. 145,000 square miles have burned, In many places, decades of aggresroughly the size of New York, New sively snuffing out wildfires also have England, New Jersey, Delaware and led to a buildup of fuel ready to ignite. Maryland combined, according to fed- On top of that, more people are living eral records. in fire-prone areas near forests, grassA draft federal report released earli- lands and shrub lands, which complier this year said climate change is cates firefighting logistics. stressing Western forests, making Over the past years, firefighters on them more vulnerable to fires. the front lines have complained about What’s happening now “is not new how flames “go berserk in ways they to us,” said climate scientist Don never used to see,” Running said.

A wildfire burns homes in the Glenn Ilah area near Yarnell, Ariz. on Sunday, June 30, 2013. An Arizona fire chief says the wildfire that killed 19 members of his crew near the town was moving fast and fueled by hot, dry conditions. The fire started with a lightning strike on Friday and spread to 2,000 acres on Sunday amid triple-digit temperatures.

ATTENTION FORMER

S E E Y O L P M E E ID X -E A S A U Y

Did you work for Yuasa-Exide at the Sumter, SC plant between 1972 & 2002?

Are you sufering from high blood pressure, gout, kidney disorders or heart conditions?

If so, those conditions may be related to your exposure to chemicals and lead during your employment at the Yuasa-Exide plant. If you or a loved one worked there, the Lee Law Firm and the Steinberg Law Firm want to hear from you. Our irms are helping secure care and compensation for victims, families and survivors of former Yuasa-Exide employees.

We can help. Contact us today.

LEE LAW FIRM

SUMTER 126 W. Main St. | 803.778.2471

CHARLESTON 61 Broad St. | 843.720.2800


A6

STATE / NATION

THE ITEM

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

Civil Rights era racism still haunts youth leagues CHARLESTON (AP) — Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Ala., bus in 1955, the same year Charleston’s Cannon Street All-Stars and their parents held tightly to baseball dreams. “All the fathers must have gone to some kind of convention because they were all telling us we could be the next Jackie Robinson, Roy Campanella or Don Newcombe,” recalled John Bailey, one of the former All-Stars and now a contractor in Kensington, Md. Robinson had broken the Major League color line eight years earlier. But the sun set fast on the 1955 Cannon

Street team. The 12-year-olds advanced by forfeit in city, state and regional Little League tournaments after white teams seceded from Little League to immediately form what became Dixie Youth Baseball. Founded in Charleston, Dixie Youth’s original charter stressed “for the best interest of all concerned that this program be on a racially segregated basis.” The impact stymied organized baseball activity among black youths in South Carolina, particularly in the Lowcountry, and resonates today. What began as overt racism in 1955 still dilutes baseball interest among blacks.

“That’s part of the reason,” said Ramon Jackson, a doctoral candidate in history at the University of South Carolina who studied the Cannon Street All-Stars extensively before starting his doctoral thesis on youth leadership among blacks. “The other thing that’s important to know is that organizations in South Carolina, including parks and recreation commissions, were very forwardlooking. They knew the Civil Rights Act might actually happen and wanted to maintain segregation even if the federal government stepped in.” When Jackie Robinson broke the big league

color line in 1947, it was a dream come true for black players and fans. But some breakthroughs take longer than others. As the hit Robinson movie “42” is on the big screen 66 years later, the Lowcountry still has not produced a black big-leaguer. Of the 33 black South Carolinians that have played Major League baseball, none are from Charleston, Berkeley, Dorchester or Georgetown counties. Dixie Youth Baseball eventually integrated. Dozens of future black Major Leaguers (and Michael Jordan) took part. But that was long after founder Danny Jones of North Charleston signed up

537 teams in 122 leagues for the 1956 season, with 390 leagues in eight Southern states by 1962. As Dixie Youth took over, Little League baseball withered in South Carolina. So did organized baseball opportunities for black children. “When I played, there was no American Legion baseball for us. There was only the sandlot,” said 65-year-old Gus Holt, a teacher who played youth baseball in North Charleston. “Then, when blacks started integrating high schools in South Carolina, they were steered toward football and basketball. Why? Those are the revenue-producing sports for all schools.”

Goat herds preventing airport brush fires

A goat grazes recently on a patch of San Francisco International Airport land in San Francisco. The airport is using 400 goats to clear from an area of the airport prone to fire.

BY SCOTT MAYEROWITZ AP Airlines Writer Last month, officials at San Francisco International Airport hired a herd of part-time employees to toil on the west side of the property and engage in an unusual — but environmentally friendly — form of fire prevention. Anyone looking down from a plane departing the airport may have wondered, what’s with the goats? For two weeks in June, Mr. Fuzzy, Cookie, Mable, Alice and nearly 400 other goats chomped on the brush in a remote corner of the airport. The area needs to be cleared each spring to protect nearby homes from potential fires. But machines or humans can’t be used because two endangered species — the San Francisco garter snake and the California redlegged frog — live there. It’s not exactly the type of job you advertise in the local classifieds. So, for the past five years, officials have turned to Goats R Us, a small brush-removal company run by Terri Oyarzun, her husband, Egon, and their son, Zephyr. The airport paid $14,900 for the service this year. The goats travel 30 miles each spring from their home in Orinda, Calif., to the airport in a 16-wheel truck that Oyarzun calls her “livestock limo.” They come with a goat herder and a border collie named Toddy Lynn. The goats spend two weeks cutting away a 20-foot firebreak on the west side of the airport.

“When passengers take off and fly over the goats, I’m sure that’s a thrill,” Oyarzun says. Whatever the emotion, it isn’t reserved for air travelers. When Oyarzun’s goats aren’t clearing brush at the airport, they’re munching away on the side of California’s freeways, at state parks, under long-distance electric lines and anywhere else with overgrown vegetation. The family has about 4,000 total active goats on its payroll. Working at an airport does come with its own set of challenges, namely loud, frightening jets constantly taking off. “There was an adjustment period,” Oyarzun said. “But they have a lot of confidence in their herder.” The goats did their job. “We’re pleased with our organic process for weed abatement,” said airport spokesman Doug Yakel. At least one other airport has taken note. Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport has requested bids for goats to clear brush in an out-of-the-way area of the airport’s 7,000-acre property and expects them to be at the airport sometime this summer.

BINGO!

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

On average, electronics and gadgets account for 20% of your yearly energy bills.*

COME OUT AND SUPPORT AMERICAN LEGION POST 15 BINGO. All proceeds go to American Legion programs, supporting military, military families and their youth.

BINGO EVERY TUESDAY THRU THURSDAY. DOORS OPEN AT 6:00PM MAIN PROGRAM STARTS AT 8:00PM

OPENING JULY 9, 2013 GRAND OPENIN G! Get control of your energy usage with a free Home Energy Report from Duke Energy Progress: „ Learn

easy ways to save energy and money „ Identify the best energy improvements for your home „ Qualify for great rebates Get your personalized, no-obligation report today at duke-energy.com/energyusage *Based on industry standard


LOCAL / STATE

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

THE ITEM

A7

Miss S.C. pageant gets 1st openly gay contestant MAINTENANCE from Page A1

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Analouisa Valencia holds up her official picture for the Miss South Carolina pageant before she teaches a gymnastics class recently in Spartanburg. Valencia came out as a lesbian before the pageant because she wanted to be comfortable with herself before she competed for the state crown.

She met her girlfriend three years ago, and they went to each other’s high school proms. The couple didn’t get any grief from classmates. Valencia became interested in pageants in 2000, when she joined a mentoring program for young girls called Palmetto Princesses and met Miss Spartanburg. The tiara got her hooked. She has been competing ever since. Valencia was in the Miss South Carolina pageant in 2012, competing as Miss Electric City. She didn’t finish in the top 15. She is back this year as Miss Lyman and plans to sing the modern ballad “Footprints in the Sand� by Leona Lewis. Her platform is “Special Olympics. Be a fan.� She has been a gymnast for much of her life and

HARRISON from Page A1 seeking the driver of a white vehicle, possibly a Ford Mustang, that passed through the area about the time of the collision and was captured on the hospital’s security cameras. “We think he was probably passing through moments before the collision, headed west on Calhoun,� Rivers said, meaning the driver would have passed the car that struck Harrison and may have seen something that could help investigators. The sudden loss of their wife and mother was devastating for the Harrison family. A retired teacher with School District 17, Jeanette Harrison left behind her husband, Eddie, who still lives in Sumter, as well as

two adult children and several young grandchildren. Speaking to the media last year after the incident, Eddie Harrison and his children expressed little malice toward the driver, only a desire for closure after the stunning loss. “He’s a deeply Christian person,� Rivers said of the victim’s husband. “I don’t think there’s any anger from him.� Eddie Harrison was contacted for this story but declined to comment further about his wife’s passing. A cash reward is also available for any information that can identify the driver of the vehicle that struck Harrison. In the days after the incident,

Palmetto Farm Supply OPEN MONDAY - SATURDAY 8AM - 6PM

We now offer pet grooming! With 30 years of combined experience.

Walk-ins Welcome til 3pm. Call for an appointment. #SPBE4USFFUr4VNUFS 4$

803-775-1204

Find us on Facebook!

coaches several Special Olympians in the gym where she grew up. She is going to Spartanburg Community College with a plan to get a business degree and open up her own gyms. Valencia is more confident this year, she thinks in large part because of her decision to come out. She didn’t make it lightly, recalling a long conversation with her mother, Hattie Palafox, to make sure she was ready for any slurs or other angry reactions. Palafox is an English-as-a-second-language teacher who takes up interpreting jobs to pay for her daughter’s pageants. She met Valencia’s father in Mexico and learned fluent Spanish. She cheers for her daughter in Spanish at pageants so Valencia will know she is in the crowd.

Sumter Crime Stoppers announced a $3,500 reward in the case, including $1,000 donated by an area car dealership to encourage anyone with information about the case to come forward. Rivers thinks the key to finding the driver is still out there, either in the form of a witness such as the one in the mystery white car, or someone who encountered the driver or vehicle after she left the scene. “We appreciate all

the help from the public in this case,� the traffic sergeant said. “If anyone knows anything, please let us know.� Anyone with information about the death of Jeanette Harrison is asked to call the Sumter Police Department at (803) 436-2700 or Crime Stoppers at (803) 436-2718 or 1-888-CRIME-SC (2746372). Persons providing information can remain anonymous. Reach Bristow Marchant at (803) 7741272.

Donate A Boat or Car Today!

...........Think.......... Lafayette L f Gold G ld & Silver Exchange Gold & Silver Jewelry Silver Coins/Collections Sterling/925 Diamonds, Antique Guns, Swords & Knives

“2-Night Free Vacation!�

.DUDW 10K 14K 16K 18K 22K

3HQQ\ZHLJKW ':7

$24.00 $35.00 $42.00 $46.00 $59.00 Price per

*UDP *U

$15.72 $22.76 $27.24 $29.80 $38.12

Price per

All prices above based on gold market price with this ad.

1- 800 - CAR - ANGE L

803-773-8022

143 S. Lafayette Dr. Sumter, SC 29150

www.boatangel.com sponsored by boat angel outreach centers

and to learn what the county’s plans are for the road. The battle over the maintenance of Clubhouse Road has been going on for at least four years with the county halting all maintenance on the road in 2009 when the owner of the road, Ted Johnson, filed a lawsuit against the county for trespassing. Since then it’s been a battle in the courts over who has the rights to the road. At the December 2012 council meeting, Epperson told council members that the courts had ruled in the county’s favor and that he was working with Johnson on a solution to the problem. When Epperson and Johnson couldn’t agree on the wording of the solution, the county and Johnson were at a stalemate again. For the past several months, residents along Clubhouse Road have been holding meetings in their homes attempting to find out why the road wasn’t being maintained, only to be told by the county that the road was involved in a lawsuit. “We pay our taxes, and we don’t get anything for it,â€? Johnson said in mid-June. “It’s been going on long enough. These roads are in deplorable condition. They are unsafe to drive on.â€? Not only Clubhouse Road, but the conditions of Bo’s and Park roads have declined, making those roads and Clubhouse almost impassable by emergency vehicles. The executive session is scheduled near the beginning of Monday night’s meeting with action by council members scheduled immediately afterward. Other items on Monday’s agenda include: • Reappointments to the Clarendon County Planning Commission; • Request for a plaque from old assessor’s building; • Request from Clarendon School District 3 for use of a one-percent sales tax funds; • Request for approval to purchase reconstituted asphalt; • Request for transfer of $70,000 from completed projects surplus fund to Oak Grove Church Road repaving project; • A presentation by Meador’s Architects on the courthouse renovation project; and • Reports from the financial director, administrator and chairman of county council. The council meeting will begin at 6 p.m. in Council Chambers at the Clarendon County Administration Building, 411 Sunset Drive in Manning.

We Buy

(at the foot of the bridge inside Vestco Properties)

STOP CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN

&D]DO9HUVDFH'LRU*XFFL3UDGD 5DOSK/DXUHQ3ROR%XUEHUU\/D)RQW VISION CENTER 701 Bultman Drive 803.773.4723

SPARTANBURG (AP) — Analouisa Valencia came to the door in a bright blue facial mask and sweatpants, surprised anyone was coming to see her. “I’m sorry. I got mixed up and didn’t know you were coming today,� she told the reporter at the door. “Miss South Carolina contestants aren’t supposed to let people see them like this.� Valencia isn’t the typical pageant contestant in a lot of ways. Her family doesn’t have a lot of money, she is biracial and bilingual and, in what may be a first for the Miss South Carolina and its parent Miss America pageants, she is openly gay. “This is who I am. People tell me I am the most real pageant contestant they have ever met. I wasn’t open about it last year, and that’s why I think I was so uncomfortable competing,� Valencia said. Valencia, who turns 20 on Tuesday when the pageant’s preliminaries begin, thinks she is the first openly gay contestant ever in the Miss South Carolina pageant, and perhaps in all of the Miss America competitions. The pageants don’t keep up with that information. To some, it might be a bit surprising that South Carolina might have the first lesbian competing for a state crown. But Valencia said she hasn’t heard any harsh words since coming out earlier this year. “I’ve gotten a lot of positive feedback. I’m really surprised more than anything, but very grateful and humble that I haven’t gotten any feedback, because nobody wants any negativity in their lives,� Valencia said. Valencia figured out she was gay in ninth grade and told her mother, friends and a few teachers. There was some worry and maybe a bit of disappointment, but it quickly faded away, Valencia said.

Something the Whole Family Can Enjoy! With a full calendar of events for mom, dad, and kids, Sunset Country Club offers an atmosphere, facility and activities the entire family will relish! You are invited to join Sumter’s only private club, at the most affordable introductory rates in years. Including no initiation fee*, junior membership, and significantly reduced dues.

Schedule your tour today. Call Debbie Teichert, Membership Director at 803-775-5541 ext. 101.

*With a 1-year commitment

SUNSETCOUNTRYCLUBSC.COM 1005 GOLFCREST RD. SUMTER, SC 29154


A8

OPINION THE ITEM

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013 To submit a letter to the editor, e-mail letters@theitem.com

Complete housecleaning is justified by school board

T

he clock has struck midnight, and time has run out for the Sumter School District administration. Superintendent Randolph Bynum and his pretentiously named “cabinet” have inflicted enough damage on the newly consolidated district and lost the loyalty and support of teachers, students, parents and taxpayers. And now it’s becoming clear the school board is running out of patience and beginning to realize it made a big mistake in selecting Bynum to lead the new district. At its marathon Monday meeting the board decided it could not resolve all the issues and problems confronting the district that night while also putting Bynum on notice it wanted a satisfactory response to its concerns by the next meeting on July 22, in effect kicking the can down the road for three weeks. Our question is, why wait? There has been enough incompetence demonstrated by the administration to justify a

EDITORIAL

|

complete housecleaning by the board. Russ Weinberg in an adjoining column explores in detail the monumental mess Sumter School District has become and what is needed to right the ship. Here’s a short list of the mess: • Teachers are leaving the district in droves, experienced, dedicated teachers who can no longer endure the oppressive top-down management inflicted on them. These teachers regard what they do as more than a job: It’s a calling. They resent being made lab rats as part of an experiment in the guise of “reform.” This newspaper has received an unprecedented number of letters to the editor, emails and telephone calls from teachers about the working conditions they must endure. Some of the best and brightest are retiring or leaving the district entirely. • The S.C. Department of Education is pushing SLED to

launch a criminal investigation into the High School Assessment Program (HSAP) testing conditions and practices at Sumter High School, described as “some of the worst” it has ever seen. • The SWEET 16 teacher evaluation program is causing consternation among some board trustees, specifically Ralph Canty and Karen Michalik, who to their credit sharply questioned the district’s chief of schools Cassandra Dixon about her claim that she owns the program and can take it with her should she leave the district. We are hopeful the sharp questioning will continue. • Within the district, reports of bullying and fights are causing concern among parents and students. At the same time, students are speaking out and have shared their concerns that were featured on this page in guest columns.

COMMENTARY

|

Power of publishing is always evolving

A

friend of mine reads and writes for a living as an editor at a major New York book publishing house. We were having a conversation recently about books, magazines and newspapers and how exciting and challenging it is to be living and working through such a major, historic period of disruption in the ways people consume media. We compared our experiences of people acting sorry for us when told what we do for a living, and how we both know that more people are Graham reading more than ever thanks to those OSTEEN same changes. He subscribes to 10 different newspapers and countless magazines, all of which he reads daily in print or on his iPad. He’s consuming more and broader content than ever before primarily because it’s so accessible, and he’s dealing with more authors submitting higher-quality work than at any time in his career. That’s exactly what makes this such an exciting time for those of us in publishing of all types. Our newspaper content is getting consistently better at all of our community publications because readers expect and demand it, and more people are reading our products in print and online than ever as a result. The Item, for example, will have especially heavy web traffic (readership) one day for a story by one of our reporters, and the next day the leader may be a letter to the editor or a guest column by one of our readers. It’s all about relevant content in the particular community a good local newspaper serves. Lately, everything we’ve run about the Sumter School District controversy and Tuomey Hospital has had extremely high readership. It’s what people are interested in right now in Sumter. That and obituaries. Always obituaries. Another big misconception about modern publishing has to do with young people not reading newspapers or paying attention to issues, when in fact the opposite is true. This week a story made the rounds in our industry titled “Millennials Still Want Their Newspapers” by Jim Conaghan, VP of research and industry analysis at the

Newspaper Association of America. It’s available here, http://bit. ly/12iMFR7. Turns out the 18- to 34-year-old “millennial” set is not only consuming more media than ever in print, online and especially on their mobile devices. They are also, the study shows, acting on it. “The recent ‘How America Shops and Spends’ study conducted for NAA shows that 68% of those ages 18-24, and 75% of those ages 25-34, acted in some way on print newspaper advertising in the past month,” the story says. “Whether they visit a store, clip a coupon, become aware of a sale or go to a website to find more information, millennials act when exposed to newspaper ads in print.” Most of us older folks still read and love printed newspapers the most, and that probably won’t change in our lifetime. But it’s especially encouraging to know that the myth of young people not reading newspapers — which by extension implies they don’t care about their own community’s issues, goods and services — is simply false. The majority of our reporters and editors at our various newspapers are among this millennials group, and they are passionate about their work and their communities. Here in Sumter, we’ve seen the power of many young people help shape the debate on the Sumter School District. Students spoke out publicly early on The Item’s Opinion pages, and their voices were heard via the printed pages — and on the computer screens and mobile devices — of their local newspaper. The same is true of the teachers who shared their experiences. They have all truly made a difference. This is what free speech, freedom and democracy are all about, and it’s an encouraging reflection on our times as we wind down the week of July 4th. ••• Finally, Happy Birthday today to my youngest millennial and recent college graduate, Hugh. Keep up the good work. Graham Osteen is a co-owner of Osteen Publishing Co. and Editor-AtLarge of The Item. Contact him at The Item, 20 North Magnolia St., Sumter, S.C., 29150; graham@theitem.com, or call 803-774-1352.

• Reports of excessive travel and lodging expenses by administrators continue to spread throughout the community, particularly one at the tony Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in Biloxi, Miss. There have also been numerous “staff development” meetings at local restaurants along with large food orders at taxpayers’ expense. These and many more complaints have made the rounds within the community, all of which have reached critical mass. The Broad Academy’s controversial teachings, which Russ Weinberg covers in detail in his column, are supposedly designed to operate a school district like a business. But here’s the rub: Very few successful businesses these days practice top-down management. They are inclusive of all employees, respect their opinions and encourage new ideas and personal growth. It’s a philosophy of teamwork, not bossism.

COMMENTARY

N.G. OSTEEN 1843-1936 The Watchman and Southron

H.G. OSTEEN 1870-1955 Founder, The Item

H.D. OSTEEN 1904-1987 The Item

|

Philosophical framework of district needs to change EDITOR’S NOTE: Russ Weinberg is a lifelong resident of Sumter. He is a Nationally Board Certified Teacher in Richland County School District One, where he has taught for the last eight years. He can be reached at weinberg@ftc-i.net.

“B

YNUM ON NOTICE.” That was a headline from a front page article that ran in The Item on July 2. In case you missed it, the first sentence of the article sums up what the headline is all about: “The Sumter School District Board of Trustees have given Superintendent Randolph Bynum until their next board meeting in three weeks to come up Russ with game WEINBERG plans on how to tackle several issues facing the school system, with the implication that his job hangs in the balance of his response.” Quite frankly it’s too late for any new game plans from Bynum and his staff. I agree with today’s main editorial in The Item that Bynum and all of his senior staff should either be fired by the board or resign and that this should happen immediately. The suffering and dysfunction that Bynum and company have caused both the Sumter School District and the greater Sumter Community have mortally wounded his ability to lead, and three weeks and a set of new “game plans” cannot repair the irreparable. So what’s next? What changes need to be made to heal the

wounds and move public education forward? Given the nature of the pain and chaos that Bynum and his team have caused in the district, it seems clear that there needs to a clean break with the past in the form of substantial change in three areas: (1) the overall philosophy guiding the educational mission of the district, (2) the attitude toward teachers and their role in the educational process as well as toward other stakeholders such as parents and students, and (3) the content of the character of the personnel who hold key positions in the district. This column will explore what needs to happen in terms of changes in overall philosophy. Columns that will run over the next two weeks will explore what this break with the past should look like in the areas of the attitude toward teachers and other stakeholders and in the character of those staffing key district positions. As I noted in my last column, Bynum is a product of the Broad Academy, finishing in its class of 2007. This organization’s philosophy and the agenda behind that philosophy should be disturbing to anyone who values our public education system. In essence, Broad Academytrained superintendents are indoctrinated with the idea that public schools should be run like a business. One of the tenets of this philosophy is to produce change by a thing called “investing in … disruptive force.” Continual reorganizations, firings of staff and experimentation to create chaos or “churn” is thought to be productive and beneficial, as it weakens the ability of

communities to resist change. http://bit.ly/g2kT2b Consistent with this idea, Broad-trained administrators use topdown corporate management techniques to consolidate power, weaken teachers’ job protections, cut parents out of decision-making and introduce unproven reform measures such as SWEET 16. http://bit.ly/mspWzl Under such a system, experienced, highly certified (and therefore better paid) teachers are aggressively targeted so that they will quit, retire or otherwise get out of the way of the superintendent. They are then replaced with less-experienced teachers who have lower levels of certification and who can therefore be paid substantially less. This fits with the corporate mindset that the Broad Academy inculcates because it allows teaching positions to be filled at a lower cost. But it’s poisonous to public education, because it denies students access to the best teachers. It has been argued that that’s the point: that poisoning public education as it has existed in this country for generations is in fact the longterm goal of the Broad Academy’s methods. The argument goes like this: If you drive out the good teachers and then use disruptive force investment to create a state of habitual chaos in the public schools, then the public schools will eventually become paralyzed, leaving a gaping hole in American education. When that happens, the hole will be filled by charter schools run by SEE WEINBERG, PAGE A9

HUBERT D. OSTEEN JR. | EDITOR AND CHAIRMAN

Founded October 15, 1894 20 N. Magnolia St. Sumter, SC 29150

And here’s a corollary to how businesses become successful: They also hire the best people they can find in the jobs that are available and give them the opportunity to succeed or fail. If they fail, as the district’s administration has, they should be fired or either see the handwriting on the wall and mercifully resign. That would be the best outcome for the district just as it is in business. The most important people in a school district who are instrumental in taking public education to the highest level are the teachers. It’s not the administrators. Teachers are indispensable. The best ones can make a difference in a student’s life. The late 60 Minutes humorist Andy Rooney once spoke this way about teachers: “Most of us end up with no more than five or six people who remember us. Teachers have thousands of people who remember them for the rest of their lives.”

MARGARET W. OSTEEN 1908-1996 The Item

H. GRAHAM OSTEEN II Co-President

KYLE BROWN OSTEEN Co-President

JOHN DUVALL OSTEEN Vice President and Publisher

LARRY MILLER CEO


OBITUARIES

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

BESSIE G. COGBURN BAMBERG — Bessie G. Cogburn passed away Tuesday, July 2, 2013, at the Regional Medical Center in Orangeburg. She was the daughter of Naomay A. Griffin and the late Charles Lawrence Griffin Jr. Services were held at 2 p.m. Friday, July 5, 2013, at First Baptist Church in Bamberg, with the Rev. Charlie Lucas and the Rev. Mickey Ball officiating. Survivors include her husband, Fred Pat Cogburn; daughter, Lawren Cogburn; grandsons Chandler and Matthew Smoak of Bamberg; her mother, Naomay Griffin; her twin brother, Charlie Griffin; her sister, Virginia (Gary) Cox, all of Sumter; and a

number of nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church, P.O. Box 355, Bamberg, SC 29003. Cooner Funeral Home LLC of Bamberg was in charge of the services and assisted the family with their compassion.

LOUISE D. HERRINGTON Louise Dennis Herrington, 77, died Friday, July 5, 2013, at Carolina Hospital, Florence. Born in Sumter County on Nov. 14, 1935, she was the daughter of Bossie and Louise Logan Dennis. The family will receive friends and relatives at the home, 6365 Black River Road, Rembert. Funeral arrangements are

WEINBERG from Page A8

Tom & Mary’s Put & Take LAUNDRY AND

CLEANERS t0SHBOJD%SZ$MFBOJOHt t-BVOESZt t"MUFSBUJPOTt t0QFO4JY%BZTB8FFLt t2VBMJUZ8PSLBU3FBTPOBCMF1SJDFTt t"MM8PSL(VBSBOUFFEt

LADIES PLAIN DRESSES

$7.00 $7.00 Plus Tax - With Coupon. No Limits – Exp 7-31-13

VIOLA G. NEAL Viola G. Neal was born Sept. 13, 1926, to the late Richard and Lethia Pearson Glencamp. She was the widow of Douglas Neal. She departed this life on Wednesday, July 3, 2013, at the Sumter Health and Rehab Center. She attended Stone Hill Elementary School, Lincoln High School and graduated from Morris College. Viola accepted Jesus as her savior at an early age at New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church. She served as recording secretary, Sunday school student, choir member and was in the Circle Ministry. Mrs. Neal taught eight years at

Spring Hill and 21 years at Scotts Branch Elementary schools, both in Summerton. After 30 years of service, she retired in 1984. Mrs. Neal is survived by her special nephews Ronald and Evon Washington, who gave tirelessly to care for their aunt. In addition, she is survived by two sisters, Rebecca Billups of Plainfield, N.J., and Dorothy G. (Ralph) Mizell of Sumter; two sisters-in-law, Dorothy Neal of New York and Janie L. Glencamp of Sumter; two brothers-in-law, Willis Washington and Joshua (Lula Mae) Neal of Sumter; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends, including Eugene and Doreatha Mizell of Atlanta, Ga. Public viewing will be held from 3 to 7 p.m. Monday, July

HAPPY DAYS from Page A1

state departments of education staffed largely by Broad Academy graduates and by private schools with publicly subsidized tuition. There should no longer be any room for any Broad Academy ideas in the Sumter School District. Candidates to replace Bynum should be carefully and specifically vetted for any connection with the Broad Academy or with any of its ideas to make sure that the Broad Academy and Sumter School District have seen the last of each other. Instead, any new superintendent should commit himself or herself to a philosophical framework based on a decentralized power structure. In contrast to the Broad Academy’s topdown mentality, such a system would make room for all of the different levels of creative collaboration that are needed to have nurturing and effective schools. It would allow for collaboration among teachers with the more experienced teachers mentoring newer teachers. In such a system, experienced and highly certified teachers would be valued as the competent professionals that they are, and you would have a situation in which the people who are actually responsible for educating the students are also the ones working together to plan how those students will be educated. This would free the principals to be more effective administrators by allowing them to use their time to create environments in which teaching can take place rather than trying to micro-manage the work of the teachers. Finally, decentralization would open up the schools to the input of other community stakeholders, most importantly the students and their parents. Broad Academy dogma sees these people as either data points to be moved (students) or as problems to be blocked out of the system (parents and other community members). By decentralizing power, a new district superintendent could begin to right the many wrongs that have been done to these people by again inviting them to the table. We have seen the damage that centralized power and the arrogance it spawns does to all aspects of our educational system. It’s time to change course and give our educational system back to the teachers, the students, their parents and the community. After all, these are the people with the greatest stake in its success.

MENS & LADIES 2 PC SUITS

incomplete and will be announced by Williams Funeral Home Inc.

THE ITEM

Plus Tax - With Coupon. No Limits – Exp 7-31-13

All Coupons Must Be Prepaid At Drop Off Time Coupons Valid At 2 Locations:

1784 Peach Orchard Rd (Hwy 441)t 88FTNBSLt (Across From Simpsons Hardware)

who found solace and a little fun at this year’s Camp Happy Days held this week at Camp Bob Cooper on Lake Marion near Summerton. “It’s a chance to just be treated normal away from all the sickness, doctors and everyone hanging over you,� Kenneth said. “Here, I’m not labeled as ‘the kid with cancer.’ I’m just like anyone else.� Held during the first week in July each year for 32 years now, Camp Happy Days strives to give kids ages 4-16 suffering from various forms of cancer and their siblings a “stress-free, typical camp environment away from the doctors, nurses, hospitals and parents,� said Executive Director Eleanor Smythe. “We raise money throughout the year from our base in Charleston to provide this camp to these children free of charge,� Smythe said. They also have local help from a group organized by Manning resident Bill Ellis, who came out with a group on Wednesday to give the kids boiled peanuts despite heavy rains and dark skies. Rain dogged the camp for most of the week, although Thursday and Friday proved relatively nice. “We make do with the weather we’re given,� Smythe said. “Honestly we have so many activities going on outside and inside, it keeps the kids busy.� Those activities in

previous years have included everything from the more mundane arts and crafts to waterskiing, tubing, parasailing, derby car races, rock climbing and anything else “that can make a kid have the true camping experience,� according to Programs Director Teresa Bishop. “These kids get a chance this one week a year to do things they’re frequently told they can’t do or things they might not think they can do,� Bishop said. “The great thing is that you look at all the kids while they’re in activities, and you can’t tell the ones who have cancer from the ones that don’t. And that’s what the kids like most about the camp.� It’s definitely what kept York resident Tripp Bryant, 16, and his sister, Maycee, 15, coming back for eight years. Maycee was diagnosed nearly a decade ago with a Wilms Tumor. “It’s the people, too,� Tripp said. “When you come year after year, everyone knows you, and it’s like family. My sister can relate to so many people here. It’s a more comfortable setting for her.� Christopher Bridgwater, 10, of Summerville, agreed. He was diagnosed with both neuroblastoma and leukemia at a young age, he thinks 2 or 3. “Everyone here is family, and I finally have someone next to me who knows what I’m going through,�

A9

8, 2013, at Job’s Mortuary. Mrs. Neal will be placed in the church at noon Tuesday, July 9, 2013, for viewing until the hour of service. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, with the Rev. Daniel Bennett, officiating, the Rev. Leroy Blanding, eulogist. Interment will follow in the Neal Cemetery, 4600 Highway 15 S. Family is receiving friends at 4640 Highway 15 S., Sumter, SC 29154. Job’s Mortuary Inc., 312 S. Main St., is in charge of arrangements. Online memorials may be sent to the family at jobsmortuary@sc.rr.com or visit us on the web at www.jobsmortuary.net.

‘It’s a chance to just be treated normal away from all the sickness, doctors and everyone hanging over you. Here, I’m not labeled as ‘the kid with cancer.’ I’m just like anyone else.’ Kenneth Poole, 15-year-old Beaufort resident and Camp Happy Days camper Bridgwater said. “We’re all brothers and sisters here.� Bridgwater took advantage this week of Camp Happy Days’ No. 1 rule — “no doctors, no parents� — and took part in skeet shooting, tubing, swimming, archery and hunting. “It’s all stuff I wouldn’t be doing back home,� he said. Bishop said the camp does provide onsite medical services throughout the week for children who still need various treatments and for any possible emergencies. “We say it’s a chance to get away from the doctors, but we do have facilities available when there is a medical need or problem,� Bishop said. “And parents are allowed on the last day, when we have a final send-off for the next year.� That day was Saturday, when the 200-plus kids and 180 counselors, medical personnel and volunteers headed back to various parts throughout South Carolina. But for Smythe and Bishop, Camp Happy Days is a yearround job.

“We do keep up with the kids throughout the year as much as possible,� Bishop said. “It’s hard not to, you know. You see them at camp and you hear their stories, and you want to know that they’re still doing well. And then, we do have those kids that unfortunately don’t make it through the next year.� Bishop estimates she attends 15 to 20 funerals a year. “It’s a sad part of what we do, but I wouldn’t do it differently,� she said. “And a lot of times, we go to these families, and we find comfort in them.� Siblings who attended previous camps with children who have since died are welcome to return through age 16, Smythe said. Those campers who wish to return after they turn 16 must wait a year and then return as junior counselors after their 18th birthdays. “I’m definitely coming back when I can,� Tripp Bryant said. “It’s definitely not a think I am, it’s knowing I am.� Reach Robert J. Baker at (803) 7741211.

4BOEZ8JMTPO

SUMMER SALE

10-50 OFF

% 5PEBZNPSFBOENPSF"NFSJDBOTGBMMWJDUJNUPJEFOUJUZ UIFGU)FSFTXIBUZPVDBOEPBCPVUJU"WPJEDBSSZJOHZPVS TPDJBMTFDVSJUZDBSEXJUIZPV0SEFSBOESFWJFXZPVSDSFEJU SFQPSUBOOVBMMZ6TFBQBQFSTISFEEFSUPEJTQPTFPGTFOTJUJWF EPDVNFOUT BOEUBMLUPZPVSMPDBMJOEFQFOEFOU"VUP0XOFST *OTVSBODFBHFOUBCPVUBEEJOHJEFOUJUZUIFGUDPWFSBHF

*O4UPDL .FSDIBOEJTF Your Sumter Hometown Clothing Store

Corner of Wise and Alice Drive rXXXDBOUIPOZTNFOTXFBSDPN

8JMTPO)BMM3PBEt4VNUFS 4$ tCZOVNJOTVSBODFDPN


A10

DAILY PLANNER

THE ITEM

SUPPORT GROUPS

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

GOT HOT? - GET COOL!

|

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

TODAY

TONIGHT

88°

MONDAY 87°

TUESDAY 89°

71°

71°

A t-storm in the area in the afternoon

A thunderstorm in spots in the afternoon

Partly sunny

A thunderstorm possible in the afternoon

Winds: S 6-12 mph

Winds: S 4-8 mph

Winds: SSW 4-8 mph

Winds: SSW 6-12 mph

Winds: SSW 6-12 mph

Winds: SW 7-14 mph

Chance of rain: 40%

Chance of rain: 25%

Chance of rain: 40%

Chance of rain: 40%

Chance of rain: 20%

Chance of rain: 30%

High ............................................... 87° Low ................................................ 71° Normal high ................................... 91° Normal low ..................................... 70° Record high ..................... 104° in 1993 Record low ......................... 60° in 1964

Greenville 82/71

Precipitation

Bishopville 89/70

24 hrs ending 4 p.m. yest. ............ 1.88" Month to date .............................. 5.07" Normal month to date ................. 0.92" Year to date ............................... 29.21" Normal year to date .................. 23.71"

Lake Murray Marion Moultrie Wateree

Full 7 a.m. 24-hr pool yest. chg 360 358.04 +0.01 76.8 76.08 +0.05 75.5 75.54 none 100 97.06 +0.17

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

WEDNESDAY MEETINGS: GriefShare (for those grieving the loss of a spouse) — Wednesdays, 10 a.m.-noon, Tuomey Medical Office Building, Suite 110. Call B.J. Drayton at (803) 773-4663. Sickle Cell Support Group — last Wednesday each month, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., South Sumter Resource Center, 337 Manning Ave. Call Bertha Willis at (803) 774-6181.

Today Hi/Lo/W 88/71/t 77/66/t 84/70/t 90/71/t 90/73/pc 85/75/pc 88/73/pc 86/72/pc 83/72/t 88/72/pc

7 a.m. yest. 10.65 12.59 10.20 16.36 79.98 19.02

24-hr chg +0.35 +5.21 +0.23 +7.52 +0.73 +3.42

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 88/70/t 82/65/t 87/71/t 89/70/t 90/73/pc 85/76/pc 90/73/t 86/72/t 88/70/t 88/73/t

Columbia 88/72 Today: A couple of showers and a thunderstorm, mainly later. Monday: Some sun with a thunderstorm.

Today Hi/Lo/W 88/70/pc 89/72/pc 90/70/pc 90/70/pc 88/70/pc 92/71/t 85/72/pc 90/70/pc 88/72/pc 86/71/pc

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 89/72/t 89/75/t 90/73/t 90/73/t 89/72/t 91/69/t 87/71/t 90/73/t 90/72/t 86/71/t

-0s 0s 10s 30s 40s 60s 70s 80s 90s 100s 110s

LEE COUNTY COUNCIL Tuesday, 9 a.m., council chambers

Stationary front

Cold front Showers Rain T-storms Snow Flurries

SUMTER HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION Tuesday, noon, Sunset Country Club

LYNCHBURG TOWN COUNCIL Tuesday, 6 p.m., Teen Center, Magnolia Street, Lynchburg SUMTER COUNTY COUNCIL Tuesday, 6 p.m., County Council Chambers PINEWOOD TOWN COUNCIL Tuesday, 6:30 p.m., town hall TURBEVILLE TOWN COUNCIL Tuesday, 6:30 p.m., town hall SUMMERTON TOWN COUNCIL Tuesday, 6:30 p.m., town hall MAYESVILLE TOWN COUNCIL Tuesday, 7 p.m., town hall

Ice

Warm front

WWW.STANXWORDS.COM

July 29

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

The following tide table lists times for Myrtle Beach.

Sun. Mon.

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

Today Hi/Lo/W 82/71/t 82/69/t 86/75/pc 89/71/t 83/70/t 86/71/t 81/70/t 81/68/t 87/74/pc 85/74/pc

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 86/69/t 85/69/t 86/75/pc 90/71/pc 87/69/t 89/71/t 86/71/t 84/64/t 89/74/pc 87/75/pc

High Ht. 9:13 a.m.....2.6 9:32 p.m.....3.2 9:56 a.m.....2.6 10:11 p.m.....3.2

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

Low Ht. 3:57 a.m.....0.3 3:49 p.m.....0.1 4:36 a.m.....0.3 4:29 p.m.....0.1

Today Hi/Lo/W 90/70/pc 87/74/pc 90/71/pc 86/71/pc 88/71/pc 90/72/t 83/72/t 86/73/t 86/71/pc 85/72/pc

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 88/71/t 88/74/pc 88/72/t 87/71/t 88/72/t 90/72/t 87/71/t 87/74/pc 87/73/pc 86/71/t

Today Mon. Today Mon. City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W Albuquerque 92/71/s 96/74/t Las Vegas 106/88/s 107/89/s Anchorage 62/52/r 63/54/sh Los Angeles 78/64/pc 82/63/pc Atlanta 82/70/t 86/72/t Miami 90/79/pc 89/78/t Baltimore 94/73/t 90/72/t Minneapolis 89/70/t 89/72/t Boston 91/74/t 86/70/t New Orleans 86/76/t 87/74/t Charleston, WV 80/67/t 86/68/t New York 92/77/t 88/75/t Charlotte 86/72/pc 86/72/t Oklahoma City 96/72/s 96/74/pc Chicago 86/72/pc 88/73/t Omaha 94/72/pc 94/73/pc Cincinnati 82/67/t 87/72/t Philadelphia 94/75/t 88/73/t Dallas 97/77/s 95/79/pc Phoenix 111/92/s 110/92/s Denver 94/65/s 97/66/s Pittsburgh 82/67/t 82/67/t Des Moines 90/71/pc 91/75/t St. Louis 88/74/pc 94/76/pc Detroit 83/69/t 86/71/t Salt Lake City 92/69/s 95/71/s Helena 85/56/t 87/56/pc San Francisco 69/54/s 70/55/pc Honolulu 87/71/pc 87/74/s Seattle 79/57/s 77/59/s Indianapolis 82/68/t 86/72/t Topeka 97/73/s 97/77/pc Kansas City 94/73/s 94/76/pc Washington, DC 93/76/t 89/75/t Weather(W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice

PICK 3 SATURDAY: 4-9-6 AND 3-8-6 PICK 4 SATURDAY: 5-1-9-5 AND 6-8-9-6 PALMETTO CASH 5 SATURDAY: 11-12-13-31-36 POWERUP: 5 CAROLINA CASH 6 THURSDAY: 4-6-8-12-20-36 MEGAMILLIONS FRIDAY: 2-23-41-47-54 MEGABALL: 42 MEGAPLIER: 4 POWERBALL NUMBERS WERE UNAVAILABLE AT PRESS TIME

7/7/13

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

CELEBRITY MISCELLANY: With 108 Across in common by Fred Piscop

DOWN 1 What bets build 2 Clog or pump 3 Fictional Christie 4 Playthings 5 Nobel et al. 6 Longed (for)

July 22

ANSWER TO TODAY’S PUZZLE

CREATORS SYNDICATE © 2013 STANLEY NEWMAN

40 41 42 43 45 46 49 51 52 54 55 56 57 58 62 64 65 67

July 15 Last

Myrtle Beach 85/74

ARIES (March 21-April 19): LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): the last word in astrology Emotions will be difficult to Take care of your control. Stress levels will responsibilities. It’s leaving eugenia LAST rise if you don’t stay active. chores unfinished that will Short trips or doing lead to emotional problems something that will help with people who depend or you feel good about the way you look are your count on you. Plan a romantic evening. best outlet. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Meet and greet new TAURUS (April 20-May 20): You’ve got more going people and you’ll be inspired to explore ways to for you than you realize. Don’t second-guess use your talents more efficiently or uniquely. what or how you do things. Stand up for who Keep personal and physical changes to a you are and what you can do. minimum. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Look back at past SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Don’t lend or connections and you’ll figure out how to handle borrow money or possessions. Put money a situation you face with someone you work for matters behind you. An added expense at home or deal with. Use knowledge and experience. or due to a personal problem is likely. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Use your imagination CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Put time and effort and you’ll find a way to attract support, interest into your relationships with others. Even if and potential partnerships. Don’t be afraid to someone disappoints you, it’s best to be think outside the box or to express your feelings. supportive and carry on as usual. Time is on your side. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Avoid traveling to unstable destinations. Size up your situation at home and AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Self-improvement your personal finances and make whatever will pay off. A healthier diet and regular exercise adjustments are necessary to add to your coupled with mental challenges that help you security. strive to do better will bring great results. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Try something a little PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Love, happiness and different. Offering your services to a group you success can be yours. Getting involved in social feel akin to will help you make new friends. activities or spending time with friends or family Finding new ways to use your skills is a surefire will help you come to a financial or contractual way to increase cash flow. decision you’ve been considering.

SUMTER COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES Tuesday, 5 p.m., library

38 39

July 8 Full

Shown are today’s noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day.

CLARENDON COUNTY COUNCIL Monday, 6 p.m., Administration Building, Council Chambers, 411 Sunset Drive, Manning

Travelers’ stopovers Female rabbit MD specialty Oater snake Martial arts schools “__ the hint!” Canine sound Didn’t take down “Just the same . . .” Entertainer Minnelli Mary Kay competitor Wear well The Hobbit hero Pager sound Fix up Light lunch 2013 Derby winner Check for prints ‘50s First Lady Genetic copy “The Godfather of Fitness” Mantra syllables The Odd Couple character Comic routine The Shining author Like 41 Down’s work Faculty heads Relocation crew Starts the bidding Walk-on parts As scheduled Prepare to check out Ballroom figure Be worthy of Well-versed Disorderly Pay tribute to Bad-mouth Place on the Web Holder for 4 Down Middling mark

First

Charleston 88/73

Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. ©2013

-10s

|

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 24 26 29 32 33 34 35 36 37

New

Aiken 88/71

50s

70 Urban renewal candidate 71 Big ATM maker 74 DMV issuances 75 Hot in Cleveland star 77 Ornamental pond fish 78 Jacket part 79 Family nickname 80 Hit the roof 81 Annex 82 SEALs’ org. 83 Knighted rock singer 87 Piece of cake 88 Withdraw (from) 92 Zoo barriers 93 Sorry state 94 Madame 95 Literary category 96 Slice of history 97 On the bus 100 Marshes 101 Schubert song 106 Former British leader 108 Show on which all nine celebrities have guest-starred as themselves 111 Sea predator 112 Dutch cheese 113 Highly decorated 114 “No harm done” 115 Come upon 116 Braille marks 117 Took a quick look 118 Grandstand group

Sumter 88/71

Today: Partly sunny; a thunderstorm in spots. High 85 to 90. Monday: Partly sunny and humid. High 86 to 90.

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

73°

Florence 88/70

Manning 90/70

20s

ACROSS 1 Exam for HS jrs. 5 Halloween decoration 11 Speed __ (phone feature) 15 Mideast airline 19 “Not that!” 20 Actress Ryder 21 Grimm beast 22 Mexican cheer starter 23 Venerable crooner 25 Amazon.com founder 27 Coastal areas 28 Jogging pace 30 Lease signer 31 Went first 32 Cobblers’ supplies 34 Union collection 35 Low-prestige positions 39 Got along 40 Assumed to be true 44 Texas shrine 45 The Producers producer 47 Three-way joint 48 Soft shoes, for short 49 Fizzy flavor 50 Peach center 51 Puccini piece 53 Publicity, so to speak 54 The Verdict screenwriter 58 Fasten with a click 59 Pickled fish 60 Wall St. institution 61 Genesis home 62 Tennis games 63 Ed of Lou Grant 65 Salad green 66 Much the same 67 Colorful cats 69 Places for holsters

71°

Sunrise today .......................... 6:17 a.m. Sunset tonight ......................... 8:36 p.m. Moonrise today ....................... 5:49 a.m. Moonset today ........................ 8:02 p.m.

Gaffney 84/72 Spartanburg 83/72

Temperature

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

THURSDAY 92°

Mostly cloudy and humid

Sumter through 4 p.m. yesterday

MONDAY MEETINGS: Sumter Vitiligo Support Group — 5:45-6:45 p.m. every fourth Monday, North HOPE Center, 904 N. Main St. Call Tiffany at (803) 316-6763.

WEDNESDAY 90°

71°

Some sun, a t-storm in spots in the p.m.

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

PUBLIC AGENDA

795-4257

Call Now - We Service Your Brand

SATURDAY’S ANSWER CORNER

crossword

68 70 72 73 75 76 79 81 84 85 86

Select invitees Persian monarchs Key West seafood On the button Swindle Dropped a line Cabinet position: Abbr. Nintendo console Warning sign to heed With no layovers Cookie container

87 89 90 91 93 95 96

Workshop fastener Dabble in Snide remark Mixed up Aspiring doc’s major Bacteria Party planner’s online message 97 Energy source 98 Drill (into) 99 A single time

100 Turin-based automaker 101 “Make it quick!” 102 “Dream on!” 103 Tomato variety 104 Informed about 105 Seeks info 107 Hubbub 109 Charlemagne’s realm: Abbr. 110 GPS reading

jumble:

sudoku


SPORTS SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

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

B1

New Tigers AD wants all teams to succeed BY PETE IACOBELLI The Associated Press

if needed, will be at Lake City on Thursday while a fifth game, if necessary, will be played in Sumter on Friday. Lake City will take a 5-11 record into Monday’s series after losing to Florence 6-0 on Saturday. “They’ve got a pretty good team,”Johnson said of Lake City. “They’ve got a pretty good pitcher in (Tymothy) Montrose. He throws it in the upper 80s (miles per hour).” Montrose pitches for the University of South Carolina Sumter. He redshirted this past season. The P-15’s will go with

CLEMSON — First-year athletic director Dan Radakovich says he’s ready to help all Clemson programs succeed, not just football. The Tigers football program has taken off in recent years, in part because of improvements to facilities such as the WestZone project at Death Valley and an indoor practice building christened last December. “There’s some opportunity here as it relates to continuing to build the infrastructure of the program, as it relates to facilities,” Radakovich told RADAKOVICH The Associated Press in a recent interview about Clemson athletics. Radakovich believes it’s no coincidence the Tigers rise in going 21-6 the past two years came after several upgrades were completed. Now, Radakovich wants other teams like basketball and baseball to enjoy the same advantages that come from have top-level facilities. “It opens the doors for people to consider that if we did this at other facilities we might be able to see some similar success,” he said. Chief among that is basketball, where both the men’s and women’s programs have struggled in recent years to hold on to past success. Clemson has worked the past 15 years at keeping Littlejohn Coliseum modern and useful,

SEE P-15’S, PAGE B5

SEE RADAKOVICH, PAGE B5

ITEM FILE PHOTO

Andrew Reardon will get the start on the mound on Monday when the Sumter P-15’s open the state playoffs against Lake City at 7:30 p.m. at Riley Park.

P-15’s set for playoffs, LC BY DENNIS BRUNSON dennisb@theitem.com Curtis Johnson is happy with where his Sumter P-15’s baseball team is at this point. “We’re 21-5 and we won the League (III) title,” said Johnson, the head coach of the American Legion baseball team. “Winning the league is one of JOHNSON the goals we set at the start of the season.” Now it’s time to move on to other things. Next up for Sumter is the best-of-5 first-round series

Dalzell-Lexington DH postponed by weather FROM STAFF REPORTS LEXINGTON — DalzellShaw Post 175 and Lexington will have to wait one more day to decide who will gain the fourth and final spot in the American Legion baseball state playoffs from League VIII. The doubleheader bein the state playoffs. The P-15’s will take on Lake City, the fourth-place team from League II, beginning on Monday at Riley Park at 7:30

tween the two teams was postponed for the third time on Saturday as rain stopped them in the first inning of the first game at Field 12 of the Lexington Baseball Complex.The twinbill has been rescheduled for a 3 p.m. start SEE JETS, PAGE B5

p.m. The series will move to Lake City on Tuesday before returning to Sumter on Wednesday. A fourth game,

Bartoli tops Lisicki at Wimbledon BY HOWARD FENDRICH The Associated Press LONDON — Ever since she was a kid, practicing until midnight with her father, Marion Bartoli went about playing tennis her own way. The two-handed strokes for backhands, forehands, even volleys. The hopping in place and practice swings between points, which help her focus. The unusual setup for serves — no ball-bouncing, arms crossed, right wrist resting on her left thumb before the toss. Whatever works, right? This unique Wimbledon, appropriately enough, produced a unique champion in the ambidextrous Bartoli, the 15th-seeded Frenchwoman

Wagner leads Greenbrier by 2 Gainey 6 shots off lead at 8 under BY JOHN RABY The Associated Press

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Marion Bartoli returns a backhand to Sabine Lisicki during their women’s Wimbledon final match on Saturday in London. Bartoli won 6-1, 6-4 for her first Grand Slam title.

who won her first Grand Slam title by beating 23rdseeded Sabine Lisicki of Germany 6-1, 6-4 Saturday in an error-filled, one-sided final that was far from a classic.

“It’s always been a part of my personality to be different. I think being just like the other one is kind of boring. I SEE BARTOLI, PAGE B3

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — Amid a disappointing season, Johnson Wagner has found a comfort zone not far from his college stomping grounds. Wagner shot a 6-under 64 Saturday to take a twostroke lead after the third round of the Greenbrier Classic. GAINEY Wagner was at 14 under on the Old White TPC course. Jimmy Walker also shot 64 and was second at 12 under. Bishopville native Tommy Gainey, the first round co-leader, was tied for eighth after shooting a 69 to finish Saturday at 8

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Johnson Wagner reacts to a birdie putt on the 18th hole during the third round of the Greenbrier Classic on Saturday in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.

under. Wagner has yet to post a SEE GREENBRIER, PAGE B4

Amick hopes offseason leads to good things at USC Aiken EDITOR’S NOTE: Barbara Boxleitner is a former Item assistant sports editor and college teacher. She is a Florida-based journalist and photographer who has been published in 41 newspapers, magazines and journals throughout North America. Each week she’ll provide updates on area athletes participating in college and professional sports at all levels.

B

rian Amick has had a productive offseason on the golf course. The Sumter High School graduate has been on the USC Aiken men’s golf roster three years. However, he did not play as a junior this past season because head coach Michael Carlisle said in an email that “He just did not crack

our lineup.” Amick tied for low score at Wednesday’s qualifier for the 82nd annual South Carolina Golf Association Amateur ChampionAMICK ship at Oak Hills Golf Club in Columbia. He shot a 68 (32-36). He qualified for the

amateur championship, which will be played during early August in Elgin. Amick was in contention at the Festival of Flowers Amateur in June. He led entering the final round of the 36-hole event. He was tied at the 18th hole before losing by one stroke when the winner birdied and SEE BOXLEITNER, PAGE B5


B2

SPORTS

THE ITEM

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

SCOREBOARD TV, RADIO

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Baltimore slugger Chris Davis was the leading vote getter for next week’s MLB All-Star game at Citi Field in New York. Atlanta reliever Craig Kimbrel was the only Brave selected.

O’s Davis tops All-Star fan vote Atlanta closer Kimbrel lone Brave selected BY HOWIE RUMBERG The Associated Press NEW YORK — Baltimore slugger Chris Davis powered past Detroit Triple Crown winner Miguel Cabrera in the final week to claim the most fan votes in All-Star game balloting, and Washington outfielder Bryce Harper used a final surge to win a spot in the National League’s starting lineup. Right-hander Max Scherzer was one of a major leaguebest six Tigers chosen for the All-Star game July 16 at Citi Field in New York. St. Louis KIMBREL catcher Yadier Molina led the NL fan vote announced Saturday night. He is one of the Cardinals’ five All-Stars, tops in the NL. “I think any time you are getting that recognition not only from your fan base but from everybody across the nation I think it feels good to know that people are watching,’’ Davis said. Mets young ace Matt Harvey and third baseman David Wright will represent the host team in the 84th All-Star game. Harvey received the most votes among NL pitchers in the player balloting, outpacing the Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw. Cuban defector Yasiel Puig wasn’t picked — not yet, at least. The Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder with just one breathless month

ALL-STAR ROSTERS By The Associated Press Rosters for the MLB All-Star game on Tuesday, July 16 at Citi Field in New York (xinjured, will not play; y-injury replacement): AMERICAN LEAGUE STARTERS Catcher — Joe Mauer, Minnesota First Base — Chris Davis, Baltimore Second Base — Robinson Cano, New York Third Base — Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Shortstop — J.J. Hardy, Baltimore Outfield — Mike Trout, Los Angeles; Adam Jones, Baltimore; Jose Bautista, Toronto Designated Hitter — David Ortiz, Boston RESERVES Catcher — Jason Castro, Houston; Salvador Perez, Kansas City Infielders — Prince Fielder, 1b, Detroit; Jason Kipnis, 2b, Cleveland; Manny Machado, 3b, Baltimore; Dustin Pedroia, 2b, Boston; Jhonny Peralta, ss, Detroit; Ben Zobrist, 2b, Tampa Bay Outfielders — Nelson Cruz, Texas; Alex Gordon, Kansas City, Torrii Hunter, Detroit Designated Hitter — Edwin Encarnacion, Toronto PITCHERS y-Clay Bucholz, Boston; Brett Cecil, Toronto; x-Bartolo Colon, Oakland; y-Jesse Crain, Chicago; Yu Darvish, Texas; Felix Hernandez, Seattle; Hisashi Iwakuma, Seattle; Justin Masterson, Cleveland; Joe Nathan, Texas; x-Glen Perkins, Minnesota; Mariano Rivera, New York; Chris Sale, Chicago; Max Scherzer, Detroit; Justin Verlander, Detroit NATIONAL LEAGUE STARTERS Catcher — Yadier Molina, St. Louis First Base — Joey Votto, Cincinnati Second Base — Brandon Phillips, Cincinnati Third Base — David Wright, New York Shortstop — Troy Tulowitzki, Colorado Outfield — Carlos Beltran, St. Louis; Carlos Gonzalez, Colorado; Bryce Harper, Washington RESERVES Catcher — Buster Posey, San Francisco Infielders — Pedro Alvarez, 3b, Pittsburgh; Everth Cabrera, ss, San Diego; Matt Carpenter, 2b, St. Louis; Allen Craig, 1b, St. Louis; Paul Goldschmidt, 1b, Arizona; Marco Scutaro, 2b, San Francisco; Jean Segura, ss, Milwaukee Outfielders — Domonic Brown, Philadelphia; Michael Cuddyer, Colorado; Carlos Gomez, Milwaukee; Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh PITCHERS Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco; Aroldis Chapman, Cincinnati; Patrick Corbin, Arizona; Jose Fernandez, Miami; Jason Grilli, Pittsburgh; Matt Harvey, New York; Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles; Craig Kimbrel, Atlanta; Cliff Lee, Philadelphia; Jeff Locke, Pittsburgh; Adam Wainwright, St. Louis; Travis Wood, Chicago; Jordan Zimmermann, Washington.

in the big leagues is among five candidates for the final NL spot, with fans able to vote online through Thursday. Puig is joined in the final

NL five by shortstop Ian Desmond of Washington, first basemen Freddie Freeman of Atlanta, Adrian Gonzalez of the Los Angeles Dodgers, and outfielder Hunter Pence of San Francisco. The American League’s five are all relievers: Detroit’s Joaquin Benoit, Toronto’s Steve Delabar, the Yankees’ David Robertson, Texas’ Tanner Scheppers, and Boston’s Koji Uehara. New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera was one of the 68 players selected. The 43-year-old career saves leader will hop across town as part of his retirement tour for a 13th All-Star appearance, second most by a pitcher behind Hall of Famer Warren Spahn, who made 17 teams. Davis finished with 8,272,243 fan votes to edge Cabrera, who had 8,013,874, for his first AllStar selection. Davis has 33 homers, seventh best before the break in big league history. Third base was a talentladen position, and one player to be left off the AL roster was Oakland’s Josh Donaldson. The Athletics’ one selection was 40-yearold pitcher Bartolo Colon. Overall, 30 players will be making their first AllStar appearance. In the NL, where the preseason favorites are trailing their divisions, no players from the three first-place teams were selected by fans as starters. But the Centralleading Pittsburgh Pirates, with baseball’s best record at 53-32, landed four players on the squad for the first time since 1981: closer Jason Grilli, right-hander Jeff Locke, third baseman Pedro Alvarez, and outfielder Andrew McCutchen.

MLB ROUNDUP

|

Heyward, Braves pound Phils 13-4 PHILADELPHIA — Jason Heyward hit a 3-run homer, Tim Hudson pitched seven strong innings and the Braves set season highs for runs and hits in a 13-4 rout of the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday night. CARDINALS MARLINS

5 4

GIANTS DODGERS

4 2

SAN FRANCISCO — Madison Bumgarner struck out nine as San Francisco beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2. AMERICAN LEAGUE TWINS BLUE JAYS

6 0

ST. LOUIS — Jon Jay scored from first on right fielder Giancarlo Stanton’s throwing error with two outs in the ninth inning, giving St. Louis a 5-4 victory over Miami.

TORONTO — Brian Dozier hit a 3-run homer, Mike Pelfrey and three relievers combined to 4-hit Toronto as Minnesota won 6-0.

NATIONALS PADRES 4

YANKEES ORIOLES

5

WASHINGTON — Bryce Harper drove in three runs, Ryan Zimmerman knocked in the go-ahead run and the Nationals rallied for a 5-4 win over San Diego. CUBS PIRATES

4 1

5 4

NEW YORK — Andy Pettitte topped the O’s again, Eduardo Nunez had thego-ahead hit and the New York Yankees beat Baltimore 5-4. ROYALS ATHLETICS

4 3

CHICAGO — Alfonso Soriano hit two 2-run homers to lead the Chicago Cubs to a 4-1 victory over Pittsburgh 4-1.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jarrod Dyson delivered an infield single with the bases loaded and two outs in the eighth inning, giving Kansas City a 4-3 win over Oakland.

REDS MARINERS

TIGERS INDIANS

13 4

CINCINNATI — Cesar Izturis drove in three runs, matching his season total, and Mat Latos doubled home two more, rallying Cincinnati to a 13-4 victory over Seattle.

9 4

CLEVELAND — Torii Hunter drove in three runs, Miguel Cabrera cracked a 2-run homer and Detroit dominated Cleveland 9-4. From wire reports

TODAY 6:30 a.m. -- International Cycling: Tour de France Stage Nine from Bagneres-de-Bigorres, France (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 7:30 a.m. -- Formula One Racing: German Grand Prix from Nuerburgring, Germany (CNBC).v 7:30 a.m. -- International Athletics: World University Summer Games from Kazan, Russia -- Men’s Water Polo: United States vs. Montenegro (ESPNU). 8 a.m. -- Professional Golf: European PGA Tour Open de France Final Round from Paris (GOLF). 9 a.m. -- Professional Tennis: The Wimbledon Championships Men’s Final Match from London (ESPN). 9 a.m. -- NBA Basketball: NBA Summer League Game from Orlando, Fla. -- Philadelphia vs. Houston (NBA TV). 10:45 a.m. -- International Soccer: Under-20 World Cup Quarterfinal Match from Kayseri, Turkey -- Iraq vs. Korea Republic (ESPNU). 11 a.m. -- NBA Basketball: NBA Summer League Game from Orlando, Fla. -- Boston vs. Orlando (NBA TV). Noon -- IRL Racing: IndyCar Series Race with Insulin 400 from Long Pond, Pa. (WOLO 25, ESPN2). 1 p.m. -- PGA Golf: Greenbrier Classic Final Round from White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. (GOLF). 1 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: NBA Summer League Game from Orlando, Fla. -- Miami vs. Utah (NBA TV). 1 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Baltimore at New York Yankees (TBS). 1:30 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Atlanta at Philadelphia (FOX SPORTSOUTH, WPUB-FM 102.7). 1:45 p.m. -- International Soccer: Under-20 World Cup Quarterfinal Match from Istanbul -- Ghana vs. Chile (ESPNU). 2:10 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Pittsburgh at Chicago Cubs (WGN). 3 p.m. -- PGA Golf: Greenbrier Classic Final Round from White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. (WLTX 19). 3 p.m. -- Professional Tennis: The Wimbledon Championships Men’s Final Match from London (WOLO 25). 3 p.m. -- Major League Soccer: Kansas City at Chicago (ESPN). 3 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: NBA Summer League Game from Orlando, Fla. -- Indiana vs. Oklahoma City (NBA TV). 5 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: NBA Summer League Game from Orlando, Fla. -- Brooklyn vs. Detroit (NBA TV). 5:30 p.m. -- International Soccer: Gold Cup Group Stage Match from Pasadena, Calif. -- Canada vs. Martinica (FOX SOCCER). 7 p.m. -- International Athletics: World University Summer Games from Kazan, Russia -- Men’s Basketball: United States vs. United Arab Emirates (ESPNU). 8 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Boston at Los Angeles Angels (ESPN). 8 p.m. -- International Soccer: Gold Cup Group Stage Match from Pasadena, Calif. -- Mexico vs. Panama (FOX SOCCER). MONDAY 5 a.m. -- International Athletics: World University Summer Games from Kazan, Russia -- Men’s Basketball: United States vs. Czech Republic (ESPNU). 11 a.m. -- NBA Basketball: NBA Summer League Game from Orlando, Fla. -- Oklahoma Cty vs. Orlando (NBA TV). 1 p.m. -- International Athletics: World University Summer Games from Kazan, Russia -- Women’s Beach Volleyball (ESPNU). 1 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: NBA Summer League Game from Orlando,Fla. -- Philadelphia vs. Indiana (NBA TV). 3 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: NBA Summer League Game from Orlando, Fla. -- Detroit vs. Boston (NBA TV). 5 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: NBA Summer League Game from Orlando, Fla. -- Miami vs. Brooklyn (NBA TV). 6:05 p.m. -- Talk Show: Sports Talk (WDXY-FM 105.9, WDXY-AM 1240). 7 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Washington at Philadelphia (ESPN). 7 p.m. -- International Soccer: Gold Cup Group Stage Match from Harrison, N.J. -- El Salvador vs. Trinidad and Tobago (FOX SOCCER). 7 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Atlanta at Miami (SPORTSOUTH, WPUB-FM 102.7). 7 p.m. -- American Legion Baseball: State Playoffs FirstRound Series Game One -- Lake City at Sumter (WWHM-FM 92.3, WWHM-FM 93.3, WWHM-AM 1290). 8 p.m. -- International Cycling: Tour de France Rest Day from Bagneres-de-Bigorres, France (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 9 p.m. -- International Athletics: World University Summer Games from Kazan, Russia -- Men’s Volleyball: Russia vs. United States (ESPNU). 9:30 p.m. -- International Soccer: Gold Cup Group Stage Match from Harrison, N.J. -- Haiti vs. Honduras (FOX SOCCER).

MLB STANDINGS American League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB Boston 54 34 .614 – New York 48 39 .552 51/2 Baltimore 48 40 .545 6 Tampa Bay 47 40 .540 61/2 Toronto 42 45 .483 111/2 Central Division W L Pct GB Detroit 48 38 .558 – Cleveland 45 42 .517 31/2 Kansas City 41 43 .488 6 Minnesota 37 47 .440 10 Chicago 34 49 .410 121/2 West Division W L Pct GB Texas 50 36 .581 – Oakland 51 37 .580 – Los Angeles 41 45 .477 9 Seattle 38 49 .437 121/2 Houston 31 56 .356 191/2 Friday’s Games N.Y. Yankees 3, Baltimore 2 Detroit 7, Cleveland 0 Toronto 4, Minnesota 0 Tampa Bay 8, Chicago White Sox 3 Seattle 4, Cincinnati 2 Texas 10, Houston 5 Oakland 6, Kansas City 3 Boston 6, L.A. Angels 2 Saturday’s Games N.Y. Yankees 5, Baltimore 4 Minnesota 6, Toronto 0 Kansas City 4, Oakland 3 Detroit 9, Cleveland 4 Cincinnati 13, Seattle 4 Chicago White Sox at Tampa Bay, 7:15 p.m. Houston at Texas, 7:15 p.m. Boston at L.A. Angels, 10:05 p.m. Today’s Games Baltimore (Hammel 7-5) at N.Y. Yankees (Kuroda 7-6), 1:05 p.m. Detroit (Fister 6-5) at Cleveland (Kluber 6-5), 1:05 p.m. Minnesota (Diamond 5-7) at Toronto (Redmond 0-1), 1:07 p.m. Seattle (J.Saunders 6-8) at Cincinnati (Arroyo 7-6), 1:10 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Joh.Danks 2-5) at Tampa Bay (Price 2-4), 1:40 p.m. Oakland (Griffin 6-6) at Kansas City (Mendoza 2-4), 2:10 p.m. Houston (Bedard 3-4) at Texas (Grimm 7-6), 3:05 p.m. Boston (Lackey 6-5) at L.A. Angels (Weaver 2-4), 8:05 p.m. Monday’s Games Detroit at Cleveland, 7:05 p.m. Kansas City at N.Y. Yankees, 7:05 p.m. Oakland at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m. Texas at Baltimore, 7:05 p.m. Minnesota at Tampa Bay, 7:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Chicago White Sox, 8:10 p.m. Boston at Seattle, 10:10 p.m. National League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB Atlanta 49 37 .570 – Washington 45 42 .517 41/2 Philadelphia 42 45 .483 71/2 New York 36 47 .434 111/2 Miami 32 54 .372 17 Central Division W L Pct GB Pittsburgh 53 33 .616 – St. Louis 52 34 .605 1 Cincinnati 50 37 .575 31/2 Chicago 37 48 .435 151/2 Milwaukee 34 51 .400 181/2 West Division W L Pct GB Arizona 45 41 .523 –

| Colorado Los Angeles San Francisco San Diego

42 45 .483 31/2 41 44 .482 31/2 39 46 .459 51/2 40 48 .455 6 Friday’s Games Pittsburgh 6, Chicago Cubs 2 Philadelphia 5, Atlanta 4 Washington 8, San Diego 5 Seattle 4, Cincinnati 2 N.Y. Mets 12, Milwaukee 5 St. Louis 4, Miami 1 Arizona 5, Colorado 0 L.A. Dodgers 10, San Francisco 2 Saturday’s Games St. Louis 5, Miami 4 Chicago Cubs 4, Pittsburgh 1 Washington 5, San Diego 4 Cincinnati 13, Seattle 4 Atlanta at Philadelphia, 7:15 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at San Francisco, 7:15 p.m. N.Y. Mets at Milwaukee, 7:15 p.m. Colorado at Arizona, 10:10 p.m. Today’s Games Seattle (J.Saunders 6-8) at Cincinnati (Arroyo 7-6), 1:10 p.m. Atlanta (Medlen 6-7) at Philadelphia (Pettibone 4-3), 1:35 p.m. San Diego (Erlin 1-1) at Washington (Strasburg 4-6), 1:35 p.m. N.Y. Mets (Hefner 3-6) at Milwaukee (Gorzelanny 1-1), 2:10 p.m. Miami (Fernandez 5-4) at St. Louis (Lynn 10-3), 2:15 p.m. Pittsburgh (A.J.Burnett 4-6) at Chicago Cubs (Villanueva 2-4), 2:20 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Kershaw 7-5) at San Francisco (Gaudin 2-1), 4:05 p.m. Colorado (Oswalt 0-3) at Arizona (Corbin 9-1), 4:10 p.m. Monday’s Games Oakland at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m. Washington at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m. Atlanta at Miami, 7:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Chicago White Sox, 8:10 p.m. Cincinnati at Milwaukee, 8:10 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at Arizona, 9:40 p.m. Colorado at San Diego, 10:10 p.m. N.Y. Mets at San Francisco, 10:15 p.m.

GOLF Greenbrier Classic Par Scores The Associated Press Saturday At The Greenbrier Resort, The Old White TPC Sulphur Springs, W.Va. Purse: $6.3 million Yardage: 7,287; par 70 Third Round Johnson Wagner 62-70-64—196 -14 Jimmy Walker 69-65-64—198 -12 Jonas Blixt 66-67-67—200 -10 Matt Jones 69-66-66—201 -9 Jordan Spieth 67-67-67—201 -9 Steven Bowditch 65-67-69—201 -9 Pat Perez 71-65-66—202 -8 Bill Haas 68-67-67—202 -8 Rory Sabbatini 70-65-67—202 -8 D.H. Lee 66-68-68—202 -8 Tag Ridings 65-69-68—202 -8 Tommy Gainey 62-71-69—202 -8 Gary Woodland 69-70-64—203 -7 Morgan Hoffmann 69-67-67—203 -7 Bill Lunde 66-66-71—203 -7 Nick Watney 72-67-65—204 -6 Cameron Percy 71-68-65—204 -6 Bryce Molder 71-67-66—204 -6 Tim Petrovic 69-68-67—204 -6 Scott Stallings 70-67-67—204 -6 Brian Stuard 71-66-67—204 -6 David Lingmerth 71-66-67—204 -6 Louis Oosthuizen 67-68-69—204 -6 Ted Potter, Jr. 69-66-69—204 -6 Ben Curtis 67-66-71—204 -6 Russell Henley 67-65-72—204 -6

TENNIS Wimbledon Results By The Associated Press Saturday At The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club London Purse: $34.9 million (Grand Slam) Surface: Grass-Outdoor Singles Women Championship Marion Bartoli (15), France, def. Sabine Lisicki (23), Germany, 6-1, 6-4. Doubles Men Championship Bob and Mike Bryan (1), United States, def. Ivan Dodig, Croatia, and Marcelo Melo (12), Brazil, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4, 6-4. Women Championship Hsieh Su-wei, Taiwan, and Peng Shuai (8), China, def. Ashleigh Barty and Casey Dellacqua (12), Australia, 7-6 (7), 6-1.

WNBA STANDINGS By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE W L Pct Atlanta 10 1 .909 Chicago 7 4 .636 New York 5 6 .455 Washington 5 6 .455 Connecticut 3 7 .300 Indiana 3 7 .300 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L Pct Minnesota 7 3 .700 Phoenix 8 4 .667 Los Angeles 7 4 .636 Seattle 5 6 .455 San Antonio 3 7 .300 Tulsa 3 11 .214 Friday’s Games No games scheduled Saturday’s Games San Antonio at Los Angeles, 5 p.m. Connecticut at Indiana, 7 p.m. Seattle at Washington, 7 p.m. Today’s Games Chicago at New York, 3 p.m. Phoenix at Minnesota, 7 p.m.

GB – 3 5 5 61/2 61/2 GB – – 1/2 21/2 4 6

TRANSACTIONS By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League CLEVELAND INDIANS_Recalled RHP Carlos Carrasco from Columbus (IL). Optioned RHP Joe Martinez to Columbus. NEW YORK YANKEES_Reinstated SS Eduardo Nunez from the 60-day DL. Placed RHP David Phelps on the 15-day DL. Transferred 1B Mark Teixeira to the 60-day DL. SEATTLE MARINERS_Traded INF Alex Liddi to Baltimore for signing slots for international players. TORONTO BLUE JAYS_Signed RHP Clinton Hollon. COLLEGE BUTLER_Promoted Brandon Miller to men’s basketball coach.


WIMBLEDON

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

THE ITEM

B3

Djokovic, Murray building Slam rivalry BY HOWARD FENDRICH The Associated Press LONDON — Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray are building their own Grand Slam rivalry, one that perhaps someday will merit mention alongside Roger Federer vs. Rafael Nadal, or Djokovic vs. Nadal. When the No. 1-ranked Djokovic faces No. 2 Murray to determine Wimbledon’s champion today, it will be their fourth meeting in a major final — and third in less than a year. Djokovic beat Murray at the Australian Open in 2011. Murray beat Djokovic at the U.S. Open last September. Djokovic beat Murray at the Australian Open this January. That’s not yet quite up to the lofty standard set by Federer and Nadal, who played each other in eight Grand Slam title matches from 2006-11. Djokovic and Nadal have contested five major finals since 2010, including a stretch of four in a row. While part of the appeal of the Federer-Nadal matchup lies in their vastly contrasting games — all the way down to the most basic level, righty vs. lefty — Djokovic-Murray features two guys who employ rather similar styles. They are improving servers and fantastic returners who managed to silence big hitters in the semifinals Friday: Tough to decide whether it was more surprising that Djokovic had a 22-4 edge in aces during his 7-5, 4-6, 7-6 (2), 6-7 (6), 6-3 victory over No. 8 Juan Martin del Potro, or that Murray had a 20-9 edge in aces during his 6-7 (2), 6-4, 6-4, 6-3 victory over No. 24 Jerzy Janowicz. They also are cover-every-inch hustlers who can switch from defense to offense, quick as can be. “There is some similarities there, in terms of if you look at stats and stuff. I mean, both of us return well. That’s probably the strongest part of our games. Both play predominantly from the baseline,’’ said Murray, who is aiming to become the first British man to win Wimbledon since Fred Perry in 1936. “We both move well, but a different sort of movement,’’ Murray continued. “He’s extremely flexible and he slides into shots, even on the courts here. He slides more. He’s quite a bit lighter than me. So I’d say I probably move with more power, and he’s much more flexible than me.’’ In the women’s final Saturday, 15th-seeded Marion Bartoli of France won her first Grand Slam title, beating 23rd-seeded Sabine Lisicki of Germany 6-1, 6-4.

AP PHOTOS

Novak Djokovic, left, and Andy Murray meet today in London in the Wimbledon men’s final. The meeting marks the fourth time the duo have met in a Grand Slam final and the third time in less than a year.

Djokovic, the 2011 Wimbledon champion, is seeking his seventh Grand Slam title overall and will be playing in his 11th major final. Murray is 1-5 in major finals. He has reached the championship matches at each of the last four Grand Slam tournament’s he entered; he skipped this year’s French Open because of a bad back. Murray didn’t need to expend too much energy to get past Janowicz, but Djokovic’s win against del Potro was physically and emotionally sapping. It lasted 4 hours, 43 minutes, a record for a Wimbledon semifinal, and was filled with intense points. “I did play a very long match, but I had situations before where I had to recover even just in 24 hours for the match the next day,’’ Djokovic said Saturday. “I kind of got used to it and I know my body. I have a great team of people around me that make sure that we respect everything that we usually do. I’m confident I’ll be ready for tomorrow.’’

BARTOLI from Page B1 really embrace the fact of being a bit different and doing something that not everyone is,’’ said the 28-year-old Bartoli, who plays tennis right-handed but signs autographs with her left. “I actually love that part of my game, being able to have something different.’’ She certainly stands alone. This was Bartoli’s 47th Grand Slam tournament, the most ever played by a woman before earning a championship. She is the only woman in the 45year Open era to win Wimbledon playing two-fisted shots off both wings (Monica Seles, Bartoli’s inspiration for that unusual style, collected her nine major titles elsewhere). Until Saturday, it had been more than 11/2 years since Bartoli won a tournament at any level. Until these last two weeks, Bartoli’s record in 2013 was 14-12, and she had failed to make it past the quarterfinals anywhere. Asked how to explain how she went from that sort of mediocre sea-

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Marion Bartoli poses with the trophy after defeating Sabine Lisicki 6-1, 6-4 in the Wimbledon women’s final match on Saturday in London.

son to winning seven matches in a row at Wimbledon, never dropping a set, Bartoli briefly closed her eyes, then laughed heartily. “Well,’’ Bartoli said, spreading her arms wide, “that’s me!’’ Unlike Lisicki, a first-time major fi-

If Time, Experience, and Gentle Care are Important to you...

DENTAL

CENTER

Eddie C. Durant, Jr., D.D.S.

Gregory A. Wheeler, D.M.D.

Due to our fire, we have lost some of our valuable patient records. Please call to confirm we have your information on file. Also taking new patients. AMERICAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION

436-2934 INSURANCE ACCOUNT INFORMATION

Sumter Family Dental Center, PA | www.SumterDental.com

S. Wise Dr.

CONVENIENT OFFICE HOURS 7:00 a.m.–7:30 p.m. Monday–Friday

<L    Â&#x2022;

-Sumter Consolidated School District -Clarendon Districts 1,2 and 3 -Lee County School District -Private Schools -Colleges -Adult Education -Bus Schedules

- L "Â&#x2022;

L "  

Monday, July 22, 2013

S. W ise

t.

r.

RESERVE YOUR SPACE TODAY ise D

returns, superb court coverage â&#x20AC;&#x201D; to end defending champion and topseeded Serena Williamsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 34-match winning streak in the fourth round. Lisicki also eliminated past major champions Francesca Schiavone and Sam Stosur, along with No. 4 Agnieszka Radwanska, last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s runner-up. But Lisicki was an entirely different player Sunday, rattled by every little thing, even the walk downstairs from the locker room to Centre Court and the final-afternoon ritual of players carrying bouquets of flowers when they enter the arena. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Everything is a little bit different. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been here for two weeks; the feeling, atmosphere, gets different,â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122; said Lisicki, who is based in Bradenton, Fla., and marked her rare winners Saturday with yells of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Yes!â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122; or â&#x20AC;&#x153;Come on!â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122; â&#x20AC;&#x153;I felt fine this morning, but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s an occasion that you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get every day,â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122; she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;So itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s something completely new for me. But I will learn and take away so much from it.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

A parentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s guide to orientation, registration and other back to school issues.

Dr.

dS

Dr. Bultman

740 Bultman Drive | Sumter TEMPORARY LOCATION

Us!

Bro a

Dr. Bultman

803.773.3328

ens

re Walg

S. W

CALL TODAY FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT!

nalist who was admittedly overwhelmed by the occasion and teared up in the second set, Bartoli already had been on this stage, with the same stakes. Back in 2007, Bartoli won only five games during a two-set loss to Venus Williams in the Wimbledon final. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I know how it feels, Sabine,â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Bartoli said during the on-court trophy ceremony. â&#x20AC;&#x153;And Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sure, believe me, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be there one more time. I have no doubt about it.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Bartoli became the first woman in the Open era to win Wimbledon without facing anyone seeded in the top 10 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; her highest-rated opponent was No. 17 Sloane Stephens of the United States in the quarterfinals. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in part because of all of the injuries and surprises, including exits for No. 2 Victoria Azarenka, No. 3 Maria Sharapova, No. 5 Sara Errani, No. 7 Angelique Kerber, No. 9 Caroline Wozniacki and No. 10 Maria Kirilenko by the end of the second round. Lisicki, meanwhile, used her game built for grass â&#x20AC;&#x201D; fast serves, stinging

Thursday, August 1, 2013

MEMBER OF

CARDS

Del Potroâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s take about how much Djokovic will have left for Sunday: â&#x20AC;&#x153;He will be OK.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Djokovic and Murray have put up remarkably close numbers over this fortnight. Djokovic has lost two sets, Murray three. Djokovic has dropped 80 games through six matches, Murray 82. Djokovic has won 95 of 101 service games, Murray 95 of 103. Djokovic has 76 aces and only seven double-faults; Murray has 80 aces and 11 double-faults. Born a week apart in May 1987, Djokovic and Murray first met as junior players. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We know each other since we were 11 years old. On and off the court, we have lots of respect for each other. Always very fair, very honest relationship,â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Djokovic said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Now we are big rivals and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s difficult. ... So we donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get together and have dinners and parties, but we definitely always chat and remember the fun days we had as juniors.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

Bro a

dS t.

BY CALLING YOUR SALES REPRESENTATIVE OR 774-1237


B4

SPORTS

THE ITEM

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

Howard turns Rockets from promising to contenders BY KRISTIE RIEKEN The Associated Press HOUSTON — Last offseason, the Houston Rockets were an afterthought, a young team with little star power. Now, after trading for James Harden just before this past season and adding Dwight Howard on Friday, Houston is suddenly primed to contend sooner than almost anybody expected. Still, Houston general manager Daryl Morey knows nabbing Howard is only the first step in a long process for his team. “We haven’t accomplished anything yet, but we’re putting something pretty cool together, I think,’’ Morey said in an interview with Comcast SportsNet Houston. Howard is the Rockets’ latest superstar center, following Hall of Famer Hakeem Olajuwon and eight-time All-Star Yao Ming. They reached the playoffs for the first time since 2009 this season and battled back from a 3-0 deficit before being eliminated by the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 6. Their return to the postseason showed they have plenty of speed and long-range scoring power with Harden, Jeremy Lin and Chandler Parsons. Omer Asik was a solid rebounder in the playoff run and averaged 12.3 points in the series, but it was clear that the team needed a more potent scoring threat inside. The addition of Howard gives them just that, as the

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

With the acquisition of star center Dwight Howard, the Houston Rockets have gone from a playoff team to an NBA title contender.

6-foot-11 star has averaged more than 18 points and almost 13 rebounds in his nineyear career. His one season in Los Angeles was filled with unrest, including what many believed to be a less than positive relationship with Kobe Bryant. Bryant unfollowed Howard on Twitter on Friday night after he announced his decision to join the Rockets with a tweet. It was the end of a short tenure with the Lakers in which Howard averaged 17 points and almost 11 re-

SPORT ITEMS

bounds in the playoffs, where the injury-riddled team was swept by the San Antonio Spurs in the first round. Morey believes his team offers many benefits to the 27-year-old center, but one thing sealed the deal. “I think Dwight’s in a great place in his career,’’ Morey said in the television interview. “He’s focused on winning and we gave him the best chance to win. It’s that simple.’’ Howard can’t officially sign until July 10 when next season’s salary cap has been set. The Rockets can pay him $88

million over a four-year contract — $30 million less than what Los Angeles could have given him. But in Houston, Howard saw the chance to join Harden and boost this up-andcoming team. Harden blossomed in his first year with the Rockets, going from stellar sixth man with the Thunder to Houston’s top player. He averaged 25.9 points, 4.9 rebounds, 5.8 assists and 1.8 steals, setting career highs in each category. After Howard made his decision Friday night, Harden

tweeted: “Houston we have lift off!!,’’ and posted a photo to Instagram of him and his newest teammate together. “No matter how you look at it we thought it was a pretty straightforward choice,’’ Morey said on Comcast. “To Dwight’s credit he did turn down a pretty significant amount of money to come to the Rockets. It shows his mindset that he’s really ready to take that next step. If you look at best players, James Harden is the best player out there that he could join.’’ But Harden certainly isn’t Houston’s only weapon. The Rockets signed Lin last season to run their offense and they were also buoyed by the development of Parsons, a second-round pick in 2011. Parsons averaged 15.5 points last season and was even better in the playoffs when Lin was ailing, averaging 18.2 points against the Thunder. Morey believes the move puts the Rockets among the top teams in the Western Conference and definitely positions them to contend for a title. He pointed to the Miami Heat, San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder as the teams he sees as Houston’s biggest competition next season. “We obviously have our work cut out for us,’’ he said on Comcast. “We’re going to set ourselves up to be able to compete with them. This move is obviously the most important one. We’ll let the chips fall where they may.’’

|

Junior P-15’s to host Marlboro County in 1st round of playoffs The Sumter Junior P-15’s will play host to Marlboro County in the first round of the American Legion junior baseball state playoffs. Sumter will host Marlboro County on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Riley Park in the best-of-3 series. The Junior P-15’s are 7-9 on the season. SUMTER AMERICAN TURBEVILLE

7 5

TURBEVILLE — The Sumter American 9-10 yearold all-star baseball team advanced to the championship game of the District 9 tournament with a 7-5 victory over Turbeville on Saturday at Smith Field. Sumter will play Lake Marion at 3:30 p.m. today in Turbeville and will have to beat Lake Marion twice to win the district. Nolan Osteen was 2-for-2 with a double and a run batted in to lead the Sumter American offense. Landon DeLavan had a hit and three RBI and Josh Fugate had a triple and scored a run. Victor Brown was the winning pitcher with four strikeouts. BUTLER HIRES MILLER TO REPLACE STEVENS

INDIANAPOLIS — Butler has promoted former player and assistant coach Brandon Miller to fill the vacancy left by coach Brad Stevens, who was hired this week to coach the Boston Celtics. Athletic Director Barry Collier announced the hiring of Miller on Saturday. Miller played at Butler through 2003 as the team built a 77-20 record over a 3-year span, earned three conference championships and appeared in three postseason tournaments. AP SOURCE: PISTONS, SMITH AGREE TO $54M DEAL

DETROIT — Josh Smith and the Detroit Pistons have agreed to a $54 million, four-year contract, according to a person familiar with the deal. The 6-foot-9, 225-pound small forward scored a teamhigh 17.5 points last season for Atlanta and also averaged 8.4 rebounds, 4.2 assists, 1.8 blocks and 1.2 steals. FROOME WINS STAGE 8 OF TOUR DE FRANCE

AX 3 DOMAINES, France — Tour de France favorite Chris Froome overpowered his main rivals on the first tough mountain climb of the race Saturday and won the eighth stage to take the leader’s yellow jersey. The 28-year-old Froome attacked early into the stage’s second big climb up to Ax 3 Domaines — and no one could follow him. His nearest challenger was teammate Richie Porte, who finished 51 seconds behind in second. SHAQ: LA SPOTLIGHT TOO BRIGHT FOR HOWARD

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Shaquille O’Neal says the Los Angeles spotlight was too bright for Dwight Howard. Speaking at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday, Shaq hammered his former colleague as if they were battling in the post. “It was expected,’’ Shaq said. “We’ve all been in LA, and not a whole lot of people can handle being under the bright lights. Everybody wants to do it, but when you get there, there are certain pressures. I think it was a safe move for him to go to a little town like Houston. That’s right, little town. I said it.’’ From staff, wire reports

GREENBRIER from Page B1 top 10 finish this year. At the Greenbrier, he broke a string of seven consecutive early exits. In his two previous tournaments, he had three birdies combined. He had seven of them on Saturday. “I felt really comfortable all day,’’ Wagner said. “I hit a lot of good golf shots. I’ve got a really clear picture of what I’m trying to do on every swing. “Sometimes when you’re playing bad, you forget who you are and you get down on yourself. The last couple of weeks, I’ve just trying to be positive and remember that I’ve won three times out here. I’m a little more comfortable with myself right now.’’ Wagner played golf at Virginia Tech less than two hours from The Greenbrier resort. Several members of his wife’s family have joined them for the weekend, and hoots from Hokies fans could be heard around the golf course. “It’s great seeing a bunch of maroon-and-orange in the crowd,’’ Wagner said. He hopes they can see him wrap up his first win since the 2012 Sony Open. The other two times Wagner held the lead going into the final round on tour, he won the 2008 Houston Open and the OHL Classic at Mayakoba in Mexico. But no third-round leader has gone on to win the Greenbrier Classic, now in its fourth year. The tournament has been decided by playoffs the past two years, and Stuart Appleby shot 59 in the final round to win by a stroke in 2010. Wagner said he isn’t going to stop being aggressive Sunday unless the wind picks up. “I’m just going to try to make as many birdies as I can,’’ he said. “This golf course, when it’s firm and fast, may be one of my favorite places we play on tour.’’ Like Wagner, Walker also gets a cozy feeling at The Greenbrier. He finished one stroke out of a playoff in the 2011 Greenbrier Classic and tied for fourth in 2010. “The golf course really seems to fit my eye,’’ Walker said. “I like the tee shots, I like the second shots, and I feel comfortable. And when

you feel comfortable at places ... I seem to play well.’’ Still searching for his first tour win, Walker woke up sick early Friday morning and still wasn’t feeling well Saturday. His swing certainly didn’t suffer. After seven straight pars on the front nine, Walker ran off five birdies down the stretch, including a 17-foot putt on the par-3 18th. Walker is hoping to secure a spot in the British Open in two weeks. After the Greenbrier Classic, the leading five players not already exempt from inside the top 20 in the FedExCup points standings will earn a spot at Muirfield. Walker is 24th. “I have a room booked,’’ Walker said. “I might as well go use it.’’ Sweden’s Jonas Blixt was four strokes behind Wagner at 10 under after shooting 67. Australians Matt Jones (66) and Steven Bowditch (69) and Texas teenager Jordan Spieth (67) were at 9 under. Spieth overcame two early bogeys with birdies on three of the final four holes. A win would give him his PGA Tour membership and make him eligible for the FedEx Cup playoffs. He’s won more than $1.1 million this year and is assured of a tour card when the new season starts in October. Among six golfers at 8 under included Bill Haas, the winner at Congressional a week ago. Second-round leader Matt Every bogeyed the first two holes and quickly fell off the leaderboard. He shot 74 and fell into a tie for 27th at 5 under. Ten players were trimmed from the field after Saturday’s round; 81 players had advanced after Friday’s play.

Memories that last....

GOLF SPECIAL

kat Shannon Greens GCk Mon-Thurs

Fri-Sun

$15.00

$18.00

With Cart

With Cart

Must Present This Coupon Must Call For Tee Time Must be a South Carolina Resident

Expires July 15th, 2013 1435 Davenport Drive Manning, SC

(803) 435-8752

www.shannongreensgc.com

8 W. Hampton Ave. 30 Years Serving Sumter

773-2320

www.jamesformalwear.com


SPORTS

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

THE ITEM

B5

AREA SCOREBOARD

|

BASKETBALL BATTLE ON THE HILL

The Battle On The Hill 2013 basketball tournament will be held July 26-28 at the Hillcrest Middle School gymnasium in Dalzell. Players must be age 18 or older to participate in the tournament. The entry fee is $175. Teams must have jerseys or T-shirts with numbers printed on the back. Each game will consist of two 18-minutes halves. To enter, call Ronnie Morant (803) 463-7255 or Phil Morant at (704) 345-8427. SUMTER CHRISTIAN CLINIC

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Jimmie Johnson (48) leads the Coke Zero 400 ahead of Kasey Kahne (5) near the halfway point on Saturday at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla. Johnson won to become the first driver in 31 years to sweep both races at Daytona.

Johnson sweeps at Daytona BY JENNA FRYER The Associated Press DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Jimmie Johnson became the first driver in 31 years to sweep Daytona International Speedway, accomplishing the feat with a dominating run Saturday for his fourth win of the season. The Daytona 500 winner is the first driver since Bobby Allison in 1982, and the fifth overall, to win both races in a season at Daytona. “I don’t think I made a bad move tonight. I’m pretty proud of that,” Johnson said. “To tie anything that Bobby did is really special. I’m very proud of that. I’ve going to take that home and savor it pretty well.” The five-time NASCAR

champion was the leader on the restart for a two-lap sprint to the finish in overtime Saturday night. He held off Kevin Harvick on the restart, and then pulled out front to a sizeable lead. Tony Stewart moved into second and may have been timing his attempt to make a pass for the lead when a caution in the middle of the pack froze the field. Stewart was second, followed by Kevin Harvick in a Chevrolet sweep. Clint Bowyer was fourth and team co-owner Michael Waltrip fifth in a pair of Toyotas. Then came Kurt Busch, Jamie McMurray and Dale Earnhardt Jr. as Chevrolets took six of the top eight spots and seven of the top 10. Casey Mears was ninth in a

Ford, followed by Ryan Newman. The race was stopped for almost nine minutes for a six-car accident with 11 laps remaining that included yet another vicious hit for Denny Hamlin. Hamlin’s car inexplicably turned right and spun hard into the frontstretch wall. It then turned back into traffic and Hamlin was tagged hard by AJ Allmendinger in a hit that caused his car to lift off the ground. Both he and Allmendinger had to collect themselves after climbing from their wrecked cars, but both were evaluated and released from the infield care center. Hamlin missed four races earlier this season with a compression fracture in a vertebra in his lower back, and took a hard hit last Sunday at Kentucky.

P-15’s from Page B1

JETS from Page B1

left-handed Andrew Reardon on the mound. Reardon has pitched 6 2/3 scoreless innings since returning from surgery on a torn labrum. He was on a pitch count the first two games and will be on one for this game as well. “Andrew will be an 80-pitch count,” Johnson said. Jacob Watcher will start the second game while Will Smith is scheduled to start the third game. Sumter is batting .346 as a team entering the season finale against Camden on Friday. Taylor McFaddin was leading the way with a .443 batting average, while Phillip Watcher was batting .425 and Smith .408. Reardon leads the team with 12 doubles and 33 runs batted in. Also in League III, Cheraw secured second place on Saturday with an 8-3 victory over Hartsville followed by a 10-3 triumph over Camden. Both games were played at Jimmy White Park in Kelleytown. Cheraw will now have the homefield advavntage in its first-round series, while Camden will open on the road, as will Hartsville.

today, again at the Lexington Baseball Complex. Both teams will go in with 4-9 records since Orangeburg forfeited its game to Lexington. Post 4 had third place from League VIII and did not have a chance at second. One team will have to sweep the doubleheader in order to clinch the fourth spot. If they tie, a tiebreaker using the ratio of runs allowed and run scored during the regular season will be used to determine the fourth-place team. Whoever earns the fourth spot will face League V champion in the best-of-5 first-round playoff series.

The final session of the Sumter Christian Basketball Clinic will be held July 15-19. The clinic is under the direction of Bobby Baker, Tom Cope and Jim Davis. The session is for grades 9-12. The clinic will run from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. each day. The cost of the session is $45 per camper. T-shirts will be given and trophies will be awarded. For more information, call Sumter Christian School at (803) 773-1902. SOFTBALL CO-ED LEAGUE REGISTRATION

Registration is under way for the Sumter County Recreation Department’s co-ed softball summer league. The cost is $140 per team for a 6-game season. The league will run from July 15 through Aug. 20 with games played on Monday. The deadline for entry is July 10. A registration form and rules can be found at www. sumtersoftball.com. For more information, call the recreation department at (803) 436-2248. VOLLEYBALL SCISA OFFICIALS NEEDED

The South Carolina Independent School Association is looking for volleyball officials for the 2013 season. Those who are interested must have knowledge of volleyball and be willing to receive additional training and attend scheduled meetings. For more information, call SCISA district director Teddy Weeks at (803) 446-3379 or e-mail him at TWeeks51@aol.com. KICKBALL SUMMER LEAGUE REGISTRATION

Registration is under way for the Sumter County Recreation Department’s summer kickball league. The cost is $125 per team for a 6-game season. The league will run from July 16 through Aug. 21 with games played on Tuesday. The deadline for entry is July 10. A registration form and rules can be found at www. sumtersoftball.com. For more information, call the recreation department at (803) 436-2248. BOWLING

RADAKOVICH from Page B1 however the Atlantic Coast Conference is adding four high-quality schools in Pittsburgh, Notre Dame, Syracuse and Louisville the next two years that have top-flight basketball programs and could threaten to move the Tigers further down in a super-sized ACC. Radakovich, who took over in December, has worked since then on whether it’s better to renovate Littlejohn or construct a brand new facility “I think we’re getting real close on a recommendation to the Board of Trustees about where we want to go,” Radakovich said. While Georgia Tech athletic director, Radakovich oversaw a $45 million renovation to Alexander Memorial Coliseum, renamed the McCamish Pavilion when it reopened last fall. Radakovich and men’s basketball coach Brad Brownell both have basketball arena studies in their offices, although neither are ready to speculate what direction the school might take. Brownell says he’s talked with football coach Dabo Swinney over what the improvements have meant to football. “I don’t think we’ve done the same thing in basket-

ball and I think everybody realizes, ‘Hey, it’s time.’” Radakovich isn’t just locked onto basketball. Clemson’s baseball field at Doug Kingsmore Stadium has been taken up to improve the surface, fix some low spots in the outfield and move home plate about 10 feet closer, something baseball coach Jack Leggett thinks will help hitters. The construction will also add about 100 luxury seats behind home plate. Radakovich hopes he can effect similar change for other programs when need arises. He’s spent much of his time since arriving getting to know Clemson, its leaders, coaches and fans to better understand what to do next. It hasn’t all gone smoothly. Lawrence Johnson resigned as director of track and field in January after Clemson reported program violations to the NCAA. Radakovich fired women’s basketball coach Itoro Coleman, one of the school’s most popular players during her time with the Lady Tigers in the late 1990s, when her teams went just 25-68 over the past three years. He hired the energetic Audra Smith from UAB to revive women’s basketball. He says the school will have a per-

manent leader for track later this summer. The athletic director has also filled key vacancies on his team brought on by retirements. Davis Babb came over from TCU to become the firstever CEO of IPTAY, Clemson’s athletic booster group that got its name from “I Pay Ten A Year.” One thing that’s gotten easier for Radakovich is not having to update the questions he’d get about possible ACC changes after the member school’s agreed to the grant-of-rights’ deal that ties them to each other and the league through the current TV deal expires in 2027. He’s continually be asked what was happening by faculty, students, athletes and coaches about potential conference realignment The media rights’ decision “kind of closed the conversation,” Radakovich said. “And we wanted to close the conversation.” That also lets Radakovich concentrate on keeping Clemson moving ahead in the ACC. “I can’t tell you right now that we have everything tied up in a bow. We’re not there yet,” Radakovich said. “But we continue to zoom in on whether it’s programmatic changes, policy changes, fundraising changes that we want to take forward.”

BOWL A PAW

The 2nd Annual Bowl A Paw bowling tournament will be held on Sunday, July 28, at 2 p.m. at Gamecock Lanes. The event is a fundraiser for KAT’s Special Kneads small animal shelter. The event includes three games and a pair of shoes at a cost of $12.50 for adults and $10 for children age 12 and under. For more information, call Kathy Stafford at (803) 469-3906, Gail McLeod at (803) 840-4519 or Gamecock Lanes at (803) 775-1197 or send an email to katsspecialkneads@yahoo.com. ROAD RACING CYPRESS TRAIL RUN/WALK

The first Cypress Trail 9k Run/Walk will be held on Aug. 17 at Dillon Park. All registrations will be completed using Go-Green Events, with a $22 fee for the run/walk with a t-shirt and a $15 fee without a t-shirt. Awards will be given in the Overall, Masters, and Age Group categories. Proceeds from the event will be reinvested in the maintenance and improvement of the Cypress Trail. Additional information can be found at http:// www.go-greenevents.com/CT9k or by emailing race director Shawn Delaney at sumterstryders@gmail. com. GOLF SUMTER HIGH TOURNAMENT

The first Sumter High Athletics Golf Tournament will be held Monday, July 22, at Sunset Country Club. The tournament will begin at 9 a.m. The entry fee is $160 per 4-man team. For more information, call Drew Marlowe at (803) 464-5682 or e-mail him at drew.marlowe@yahoo.com. PAR 4 PETS

The 2nd Annual Par 4 Pets Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday, Sept. 21, at Crystal Lakes Golf Course. The format is 4-man Captain’s Choice with an entry fee of $160 per team or $40 per player. Entry is limited to the first 20 teams. There will be $5 per mulligan available at registration with a maximum of two per player. The event is a fundraiser for KAT’s Special Kneads small animal shelter. For more information, call Kathy Stafford at (803) 4693906, Julie Wilkins at (803) 968-5176, Melissa Brunson at (803) 983-0038, Gail McLeod at (803) 840-4519 or Crystal Lakes manager Mike Ardis at (803) 775-1902.

BOXLEITNER from Page B1 Amick made par. MORE MEN’S GOLF

Another Sumter High product, John Schaffer shot a 74 (38-36) to tie for 12th in the SCGA qualifier at Oaks Hill. He also qualified for the championship. Send updates about area athletes to Barbara Boxleitner at BKLE3@aol.com.


B6

OUTDOORS THE ITEM

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

Daily afternoon rainfall means it’s time to catfish

FISHING REPORT

|

Santee Cooper System

truth be known, the bigger ones just aren’t that great on the plate. A few years later, using the same bait, I took my son, Robert, on repeated trips to the catfish grounds. We’d leave the lake house around 10 a.m., motor out to our spot and start casting bait. I can still see the young ’un with the piece of cloth stitched to the back of his cap to keep the sun off of his neck, greased up with SPF 30 and reeling in one Earle fish after the other. Of WOODWARD course, when you’re 6 to 8 years old, you have to keep every fish and that means Daddy has to clean them all. I prefer some catch and release. We were generally back at the house an hour or so before the afternoon storms popped up. More recently, a couple of my church buddies invited my lovely bride, Sherri, and me down to their lake house for a Fourth of July outing with full knowledge that the guys would be fishing. We left the dock almost before it was light enough to see and fished hard until about 10 a.m. without the first bite. We finally hit a spot shortly after 10 that was in about six feet of water and cast out our “secret baits.” It didn’t take long. For the next five to six hours we caught one catfish after the other, ranging in size from one-half to about 20 pounds. We filled a 120quart cooler up. I promise you that the temperature inside that boat was over 100 degrees, and the water temp had to be 85 or more. The sun was directly afield & afloat

Y

ep, it’s summertime, and I’m just about tired of the afternoon thunderstorms and rains. What that does is keep me from getting out in the afternoons after work and trying to catch a bass or bream. Think about it for just a moment; when was the last time we weren’t looking at a 60 percent or greater chance of rain in the afternoon? It kind of puts a stop to any plans made for an outing. So, since it’s hard to get out during the afternoons, what is a fellow supposed to do? Well, my answer to that is — catfish. I know that conventional wisdom is to start fishing for catfish as the sun goes down and fish throughout the night. Yes, I’ve done it and I’ve caught plenty of cats doing it that way, but there is a better time to fish for them. Try high noon on the hottest days of July, and in relatively shallow water; I’m talking four to eight feet. Sounds crazy, doesn’t it? The first couple of times I was told about it I thought exactly what you’re thinking, “He’s nuts.” But guess what? It’s true. Years ago — I’m talking more than 20 — a fellow outdoor writer friend of mine, Terry Madewell, got me hooked up on Doc’s Catfish Getter Dip Bait. It is some truly vile stuff that is impossible to wash off of your hands if you get it on yourself, which we always did. Anyway, we’d set up in shallow water in mid-afternoon and cast out two rods each. Within 30 minutes, we would usually be down to a rod apiece. The action was just too fast to fish two rods. Most of the fish were one-half pound to about three pounds, the kind of fish that are perfect for the table. Hey, I like to catch big fish, but the

overhead and beating down unmercifully, absolutely the worst possible fishing conditions, right? Well, from the catch that day I’d have to say no. And it wasn’t just that day; my two buddies continued to catch fish for weeks to come, albeit without me. The things that all of these stories have in common is that they are all related to catfish, they all took place in extremely hot weather, and they all occurred during the middle of the day. Because we used two different types of bait, I’ve got to conclude that the bait had nothing to do with it. Both produced large numbers of fish, but the “secret bait” did produce the larger fish. Granted, it’s not the most comfortable fishing to be done. When the breeze stops in the middle of July, and the lake gets a glass-like surface, and the sun reflects into your eyes and burns the skin after just a few minutes, it’s awful. You just have to prepare for it. If your boat has a canopy, great; that will certainly help, but a lightweight, long-sleeved shirt is also comfortable if worn with a widebrimmed hat and sunglasses. Take more water and drinks than you think you can drink, because you are going to need it. Keep a weather eye out for those afternoon storms that like to pop up after 3 p.m., and remember, if you can hear thunder, you can be struck by lightning. In a boat, you’re probably the tallest thing around. It’s time to go home. Above all else, prepare for a great time of catching fish, and faster than you thought you would. Oh, and take a big cooler of ice to keep the fish fresh.

Catfish: Fair. Captain Jim Glenn reports that catfishing is fair on the lakes. The most productive pattern may be drifting and covering a range of depths, including 8-9 feet of water and 35 or more feet of water. Try using a variety of fresh cut baits. Some fish are still being caught in the Diversion Canal but not as consistently as a few weeks ago. Night fishing may be more productive than daytime fishing if fishermen can cope with the threat of thunderstorms. Largemouth bass: Slow to fair. Captain Jimmie Hair reports that some fish can be caught in the lakes around cypress trees as well as docks with at least 3 feet of water around them. Soft plastics have been the best baits, including Senkos and Zoom magnum finesse worms. In the Cooper River some fish are being caught at the mouths of the rice fields on the dropping tide, with Zoom magnum worms in watermelon seed color working best. On the lakes and in the river fishing early is key - late afternoon thunderstorms have kept the evening bite from being strong.

Lake Murray Bream: Good to very good. Lake World reports that shellcracker can still be caught in 6-10 feet of water. To locate shellcracker look for freshwater clams washed up on the shore and fish nearby with night crawler sections. The bream bite remains hot, and fishing is very strong around docks with crickets. Peak spawning activity should occur on the new and full moons, and fish can also be found on the beds in between. Striped bass: Good. Lake World reports that striper have moved into a typical summer pattern where fish are grouping up in the big water on the lower end of the lake. Fish are being caught 30-80 feet deep over humps and depth changes, with most fish being caught on down lined live herring. Fish can also be caught trolling plugs.

Lake Wateree Catfish: Good. Captain Rodger Taylor reports that a typical summer pattern involves drifting or anchoring on the flats in 9-12 feet of water with cut bait. Cut white perch and shad are both equally strong baits. This is an excellent time to catch a mess of eating size catfish. Crappie: Fair. Veteran tournament angler Will Hinson reports that crappie fishing has slowed a bit on Lake Wateree. Nonetheless, fish can be caught from one end of the lake to the other (“dam to dam”) around brush in 15-21 feet of water. Don’t head too far away from the main river channel, though. Fish are suspended high in the brush early in the morning, but as the sun gets up they will head to the bottom. Crappie are staying tight to the brush and so anglers really need to fish close to it and be patient, whether using jigs or minnows. Fish can still be caught around bridges but that bite has slowed a bit as temperatures have warmed.

Lake Greenwood Largemouth Bass: Very good. Veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter reports that bass fishing is very strong on Lake Greenwood with very good numbers and sizes of fish being caught. The best pattern has been fishing crankbaits, big worms and jigs deep in the 18 foot range around brushpiles. Early in the morning some very nice fish are also being caught on Pop-Rs and floating worms fished shallow.

Lake Monticello Catfish: Fair. Fishing for big fish is slow overall, mainly because fish are at various stages of the spawn. Scarred up males, laid-out females and females busting with eggs are typical right now. Some of the best reports have been from anglers anchored around mussel beds in 5-25 feet of water. Post-spawn fish typically like to feed on mussels because they provide an easy meal for recovering fish. Using small pieces of cut bait about the size of a mussel is a good option. A few large fish are also being caught around deep, open water humps when current from the hydroelectric station is flowing over them.

TIDE TABLES MONDAY, July 8 02:49 AM 0.36 08:47 AM 4.72 02:42 PM 0.11 09:02 PM 5.77

L H L H

| TUESDAY, July 9 03:26 AM 0.33 09:28 AM 4.71 03:21 PM 0.18 09:38 PM 5.71

L H L H

WEDNESDAY, July 10 04:02 AM 0.31 L 10:07 AM 4.71 H 04:00 PM 0.27 L 10:12 PM 5.62 H

THURSDAY, July 11 04:37 AM 0.29 L 10:44 AM 4.73 H 04:41 PM 0.37 L 10:46 PM 5.52 H

FRIDAY, July 12 05:12 AM 0.26 11:21 AM 4.78 05:23 PM 0.47 11:22 PM 5.41

L H L H

SATURDAY, July 13 05:50 AM 0.21 L 12:01 PM 4.89 H 06:10 PM 0.55 L

PUBLIC RECORD Property Transfers Clyde M. Baker to Dorothy H. Baker, one lot, one building, 26 Barnette Drive, $5 etc.; Jeffrey William Brenneman to Charles F. and Charlotte C. Marshall, one lot, one building, 307 Wilson St., $20,000; Claude F. Lathan III to Wells Fargo Bank NA, one lot, one building, 3136 Mayflower Lane, $2,500; Lenell F. McFadden to Lenell F. McFadden Estate, two buildings, 703 S. Sumter St., $5 etc.; Brian M. and Kelly M. Meeks to Brian M. Meeks, one lot, one building, 1864 Mossberg Drive, $5 etc.; Harry M. Mixon Jr. et al to Harry M. Mixon Jr. et al, one lot, one building, 39 Hilltop St., $5 etc.; Curtis E. and Doroth Waddell to Curtis E. Waddell, one lot, one building, 19 Yellowstone Circle, $5 etc. Victor J. Miller to Andrew R. and Brittany C. Huckeba, one lot, one building, 401 Haynsworth St., $134,500; Fredericka Pearson to Palmetto Properties of Sumter LLC, one lot, 111 W. Patricia Drive, $5,250; Mark Chavez to Sierra Home Group Inc., one lot, one building, 419 Seminole Road, $5 etc.; Jason E. Haggard to Secretary of Veterans Affairs, one lot, one building, 3338 Annie St., $50,000; Harry V. Thomas to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., one lot, one building, 1035 Decatur St., $2,500; Hurricane Construction Inc. to Roosevelt Terry and Vernice C. Glisson, one lot, 10-20 Riles Court, $274,990; Julia S. and E. Prioleau to Julia S. Prioleau Estate and Elias Prioleau Jr. Estate, one building, 750 Eagle Road, $5 etc. George G. and Katherine H. Richardson to Katherine Richardson, one lot, two buildings, 26 Harby Ave., $5 etc.; William M. and Ka Reeks to William M. Reeks, one lot, one building, 380 Katydid St., $5 etc.; Carrie Richardson (lifetime estate) to David Richardson et al, one lot, one building, 119 Perkins Ave., $5 etc.; Rosa Lee Taylor to Rosa Lee Taylor Estate, one lot, two buildings, 406 W. Oakland Ave., $5 etc.; Anna Watson to Anna Watson Estate, one lot, one building, 105 W. Second St., Pinewood, $5 etc.; Alice R. West to Alice R. West Estate, one lot, three buildings, 375 Teeboy Lane, Wedgefield, $5 etc.;

SUNDAY, July 14 12:03 AM 5.3 H 06:31 AM 0.14 L 12:47 PM 5.05 H 07:02 PM 0.62 L

| Alice R. West to Alice R. West Estate, 5725 Dowry Road, $5 etc. Thelma I. and Tommy Ray Willard et al (as trustees) to Thelma I. Willard et al (trustee), 4164 S. Lake Cherryvale Drive, $5 etc.; Thelma I. and Tommy Ray Willard et al (as trustees) to Thelma I. Willard et al (trustee), one lot, 1341 Alva Drive, $5 etc.; Thelma I. and Tommy Ray Willard et al (as trustees) to Thelma I. Willard et al (trustee), one lot, 4168 S. Lake Cherryvale Drive, $5 etc.; Leroy A. and Thelma Willard to Thelma Willard, one lot, 4245 S. Lake Cherryvale Drive, $5 etc.; Carl and Patricia Weatherly to Carl Weatherly Estate, 1160 Craig Road, $5 etc.; Joyce B. Wharton to Joyce B. Wharton Estate, one lot, one building, 420 Haynsworth St., $5 etc. Howard E. Whitehead Jr. (lifetime estate resident for Howard E. Whitehead) to Howard E. Whitehead Jr., 510 Pudding Swamp Road, $5 etc.; Howard E. Whitehead Jr. (lifetime estate resident H.E. Whitehead) to Howard E. Whitehead Jr., Shiloh, $5 etc.; Henry Timmons Whitehead (lifetime estate resident for Howard E. Whitehead) to Henry Timmons Whitehead, Shiloh Township, $5 etc.; Lila Follin Turner to Lila Follin Blackmon, two buildings, 1965 Follin Drive, $5 etc.; Howard E. Whitehead Sr. to Howard E. Whitehead Sr. Estate, one lot, two buildings, 302 Aldersgate St., $5 etc.; Janett L. Wilson to Janett L. Wilson Estate, one lot, one building, 170 Cromer Drive, $5 etc. Daisy M. Moore to Dwight C. Moore, one lot, 6425 Panola Road, $5 etc.; Ernestine B. Yates to Ernestine B. Yates Estate, three buildings, 960 Santa Fe Trail, $5 etc.; Beaty Stevens Zeigler to Beaty Stevens Zeigler Estate, one lot, Constitution Drive, $5 etc.; Beaty Stevens Zeigler to Beaty Stevens Zeigler Estate, one lot, Brushwood Drive, $5 etc.; Beaty Stevens Zeigler to Beaty Stevens Zeigler Estate, Brushwood Drive, $5 etc.; Beaty Stevens Zeigler to Beaty Stevens Zeigler Estate, one lot, two buildings, 101 Nash St., $5 etc.; Beaty Stevens Zeigler to Beaty Stevens Zeigler Estate, one lot, two buildings, 2820 Loretto Drive, $5 etc. John H. and Evelyn Lee to John H.

Lee, one lot, one building, 2375 Autumn Terrace, $5 etc.; Mary Glenn F. Givens (trustee) to Mary Glenn F. Givens, one lot, one building, 112 Snowden St., $5 etc.; Hurricane Construction Inc. to Tanya Moore, one lot, 5516 Schellin Drive, $209,990; Lori Reeves to Lori and Anthony Dwayne Seamon, one lot, one building, 2170 Waterwheel Drive, $5 etc.; Virginia Metts Estate to Norman Williams, one lot, one building, 2678 McCrays Mill Road, $68,000; Virginia Metts to Norman Williams, one lot, 2674 McCrays Mill Road, $68,000; Norman Williams to Artis Augustus McCabe III, one lot, one building, 2678 McCrays Mill Road, $68,000. Norman Williams to Artis Augustus McCabe III, one lot, 2674 McCrays Mill Road, $68,000; Donald J. and Sherril L. Kendrick to Sean Thomas Deberry, one lot, one building, 40 Turnrow Court, $130,000; James and Mable D. Levine to Vernie E. Levine, one lot, two buildings, 3090 Carter Road, $5 etc.; Scott R. and Lisa J. Bartz to Secretary of Veterans Affairs, one lot, one building, 1220 Fallingwater Lane, $110,000; Federal National Mortgage Association to Lakisha D. Wade, one lot, two buildings, 2881 September Drive, $100,000; Forfeited Land Commission to Dirreck Williams, one lot, two buildings, 567 S. Main St., $2,700; Forfeited Land Commission to Alex Dayyeh, one lot, one building, 406 Dingle St., $1,400. Forfeited Land Commission to Nasser Chehimi, one lot, 2625 Fall Drive, $12,430; C.S. Leviner Construction Co. Inc. to James D. Stanfield, one lot, 10 Pyramid Court, $5 etc.; C.S. Leviner Construction Co. Inc. to James D. Stanfield, one lot, 20 Pyramid Court, $5 etc.; C.S. Leviner Construction Co. Inc. to James D. Stanfield, one lot, one building, 40 Pyramid Court, $5 etc.; Wells Fargo Financial South Carolina Inc. to Ronald and Maria Moody, one lot, one building, 2008 W. Oakland Ave., $42,000; Bely Inc. to Joseph Jr. and Donna H. Jackson, one lot, two buildings, 1232 Collingwood Drive, $120,000; Samuel David Peagler to Samuel David and Tanya A.D. Peagler, Edgehill Road, $5 etc. Secretary of Housing & Urban De-

velopment to Brenda K. Whaley, one lot, one building, 2595 Springbank Drive, $52,000; Secretary of Housing & Urban Development to Brenda K. Whaley, one lot, 2575 Springbank Drive, $52,000; Sandhills Bank to Brett E. and Ruth A. Crannell, one lot, 2175 N. Main St., $29,000; Justin A. and Tasha E. Lehman Dyer to Justin A. Dyer, one lot, one building, 3367 Annie St., $5 etc.; Anna McDonald Estate to Linda McDonald et al, one lot, one building, 110 Willow St., $5 etc.; Thomas B. and Mary Elizabeth Littleton to Horace and Vandretiss M. Gilbert, one lot, one building, 3265 Home Place Road, $296,000; Bank of America NA to Eh Pooled 912 LP, one lot, one building, 1109 Manning Road, $16,050. Warren B. Kolb Estate to Hazel Kolb, 2219 Pinewood Road, $5 etc.; Sylvia M. Anderson Estate to Samuel D. Anderson, one lot, one building, 860 W. Glouchester Drive, $5 etc.; Sylvia M. Anderson Estate to Samuel D. Anderson, one lot, 655 Portsmouth Drive, $5 etc.; Leslie B. and Benny Ray McIntosh to BRL Properties LLC, Reynolds Road, $5 etc.; Hazel Kolb to Patrick H. Kolb, 2219 Pinewood Road, $5 etc.; Robert T. Dennis et al to Ashley S. Moore et al, one building, 6380 Pisgah Road, $5 etc.; Raymond Capers Dixon et al to Andrew L. and Katie R. Degner, one lot, Eveningshade Lane, $40,500; Janie Lou and Willie L. James to Janie L. James et al, one lot, one building, 1110 Porter St., $5 etc. Sandra N. Cone et al (1/4 interest) to Booth Farms LLC, one lot, 455 Pioneer Drive, $5 etc.; Sandra Strickland to Lareatha Goodman, one lot, one building, 695 White Pine Way, $82,000; Charles B. Ross (lifetime estate) to Jennifer R. Jones, three buildings, 4145-4147 Red Lane Road, $5 etc.; George M. and Hilde G. Reardon to George M. Reardon, one lot, one building, 654 Pringle Drive, $5 etc.; Willie and Thelma McBride to Willie McBride et al, one lot, one building, 12 W. Williams St., $5 etc.; Leslie P. and Helen H. Livingston to Dwight D. Lashley, one lot, 4210 Livingwood Drive, $15,000; Cristina E. Tataru to Cristina T. Dillard, one lot, one building, 20 Spanish Moss Circle, $5 etc.


PANORAMA SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

THE ITEM

C1

Contact Ivy Moore at (803) 774-1221 or e-mail ivym@theitem.com

Got your summer reads?

Dan Brown continues his best-selling ways with “Inferno,” which involves symbologist Robert Langdon in a race to prevent a supposed madman from taking the growing problem of population growth into his own hands.

Book Lovers suggest titles BY IVY MOORE ivym@theitem.com

U

ncle Cecil, a voracious reader of all kinds of literature, once told me that God made the different seasons especially for readers, and that’s why summer reading is often different from, say, winter reading. In the winter, he said, it’s too cold to go outside, so get a cup of coffee or tea, throw a quilt over your lap, turn on your reading lamp and open a book that’ll get your blood flowing. A little risque’ romance, perhaps one of the “Shades of Grey” series, a war story or murder mystery might be just the ticket to warm you up. Summer reading, on the other hand, might involve frozen concoctions and a little fan. It’s more suitable for the outdoors, and the books are often lighter, so your brain doesn’t overheat. Light mysteries, humor, love stories and feel-good nonfiction seem perfect choices. Spring and fall, Uncle Cecil said, are just there so we can do all the outdoor things we avoided during the cold and the hot days. Of course, this was all said decades before global warming. Local readers might not adhere to Uncle Cecil’s theories, but they do have plenty of suggestions for anyone having difficulty picking some summer reads. And they’re pretty eclectic, which means “something for everyone.” Reference librarian and web master Ford Simmons said he’s got a couple of reads coming up: “I plan on reading Carl Hiaasen’s ‘Bad Monkey’ because I love a good crime mystery,” he said. “I am also finally reading ‘A

Game of Thrones’ because the television series piqued my interest.” Carla Damron, novelist and social worker, has “ ... been reading ‘American Gods’ by Neil Gaiman. This year is the 10th anniversary of its initial release, and they’ve put out a special edition. This is a modern day epic written with a dream logic that really pulls the reader in. I love the flawed protagonist, Shadow, and his encounters with the various gods who have settled here.” To pull other readers in herself, Damron includes a quote from the book in her mini-review: “I believe that mankind’s destiny lies in the stars. I believe that candy really did taste better when I was a kid, that it’s aerodynamically impossible for a bumblebee to fly, that light is a wave and a particle, that there’s a cat in a box somewhere who’s alive and dead at the same time (although if they don’t ever open the box to feed it it’ll eventually just be two different kinds of dead), and that there are stars in the universe billions of years older than the universe itself.” “A Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire,” is also on her list. Damron said, “This is another sweeping tale. George RR Martin has a remarkable imagination and gift for grabbing the reader and thoroughly exhausting her! While it is great summer reading, I do have one piece of advice: don’t get attached to ANY of the characters.” Coming up for her bedside table are “a few good mysteries” including “Gone Girl,” by Gillian Flynn, and the new Sue Grafton mystery, “W is for Wasted.” Sumter County Executive Director Robert Harden just finished some

PHOTO PROVIDED

Prolific author Ken Follett’s historical fiction that covers the 20th century is fascinating, detailed and accurate, with sympathetic characters on all sides.

heavy reading — “The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914” by Christopher Clark. “Next year will mark the 100th anniversary of the Great War or World War I,” Harden said. “It’s hardly light summer reading, but very interesting to read how a terrorist act, the assassination of Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo, led to the biggest war in history up to that point. “I disagree with the author’s assessment that the leaders sleepwalked their way to war, however. It seems they went in with their eyes wide open. The arrogance and stupidity of both political leaders and diplomats were beyond belief. The book ends with the author poignantly depicting scenes of Russian peasants

as well as French and English farmers saying tearful goodbyes to their families to go off to fight a war because the heir to the Austrian throne had been murdered in a part of the world most of them had never heard of.” Occasionally, Harden said, he does a little light reading. “I’m just finishing up ‘Thoughtless’ by S.C. Stephens,” he said. “It’s about a young college girl who relocates along with her boyfriend to Seattle. Things get complicated when she is attracted to their roommate, the lead singer for a local band. Assorted complications and a great deal of overwrought breakups and reconnections ensue. There are two sequels, “Effortless” and “Reckless,” but I’m not sure I’ll be able to tackle them. Writing books in series seems to be a big trend, but I prefer authors who can wrap things up in a single volume.” Unlike Harden, I’m hooked on a series: Ken Follett’s historical fiction. I loved reading his “Pillars of the Earth” and its sequel, “World Without End,” the history-based novels about the building of the first huge cathedrals, the birth of architecture — and much more, of course. Now, on the recommendation of a friend, I’ve read the first in Follett’s Century Trilogy, “Fall of Giants,” which tells the story, through several linked families, of World War I, the Russian Revolution and women’s struggle for rights, especially the vote. “Winter of the World,” book two, jumps right into the rise of the Nazis and Hitler and the Great Depression, and it continues through World War SEE BOOKS, PAGE C4

Construction starts on armory; Little Theatre launches ticket sales

yesteryear in Sumter

75 YEARS AGO – 1938 To complete new armory Dec. 1-7 — Construction work costing The State Highway Depart- $10,194 has been started on ment has opened a district of- Sumter’s National Guard arfice in Sumter in the Boyle of- mory, it was stated today. The fice building at city and county put up 318 North Main $1,575 of the total cost, from the St. Lt. Tee Hutto the government supplyarchives of is in charge of The Item ing the remainder of the District 2, with funds. Sgt. J.G. Huff secIncluded in the work ond in comto be done will be the mand. construction of a garage All business of for trucks, motor equipthe district, ment and guns, a drill which includes shed and the completion Item Archivist Sumter, Clarenof all interior work. A SAMMY WAY don, Dorchester, number of rooms in the Berkeley, big building were not Charleston, and portions of completed in the original Williamsburg and Orangeconstruction project, and this burg counties, will be hanwork will now be done. dled through the Sumter ofThe company here is now fice. There is another office in Battery C, 178th Field ArtilCharleston, but the Sumter lery. Officers are Capt. Edoffice will be headquarters for ward Wright; First Lt. Hugh F. the entire district. Knight; Second Lt. James W.

Scarborough; Second Lt. Archie D. Rodgers Jr. The battery is expected to be increased to a battalion by April 1, under present plans which will treble its size in equipment and personnel. It is estimated that a single battery spends approximately $30,000 in the community in which it is stationed, and Sumter has been able to obtain the benefits of this big annual outlay of funds by a comparatively small expenditure. Santa on his way — Santa Claus will arrive in Sumter tomorrow afternoon between 5:30 and 6 o’clock at which time the Christmas lights will be turned on. Mayor F.B. Creech and City Council will meet Santa at the Claremont Hotel and the parade will be up Main Street to the north door of the courthouse on

Canal Street. District Scouts organizing — It was voted unanimously that there should be a district organization in Sumter County. To complete this organization a nominating committee was elected and given power to elect the officers for the district organization in the county. Those elected to serve on the nominating committee were C.E. Hurst, chairman; with Wendell Levi, Marion Moise, S.A. Harvin, W.O. Cain, Austin Francis, John Riley and W.H. Horne, committeemen. In and Around the Town — “Possible locations of a proposed vocational school for crippled children of the state will be discussed here Dec. 7 at a meeting of the executive committee of the South Carolina Crippled Children Society. The society de-

cided to establish the school at its annual meeting in Columbia two weeks ago. … “The brick-work of the classroom unit of the new high school building has been completed. The roof will be raised next. “Suggested by a citizen; Sumter should have a modern bus station comparable in size and equipment with those in many other towns handling less volume than Sumter. “Bids on the gymnasium, auditorium and cafeteria units of the New High School building will be opened Thursday morning. Construction will be started at the earliest possible day, and it is planned to complete and furnish the building in time for the opening of the 1939-40 SEE YESTERYEAR, PAGE C4


C2

PANORAMA

THE ITEM

WEDDING

|

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

ENGAGEMENT

Harrington-Watts Elizabeth Sims Harrington of Paxville and Johnny Ray Watts Jr. of Mayesville were united in marriage at 5 p.m. Saturday, July 6, 2013, at Lewis Chapel United Methodist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Harrington Jr. of Paxville, and the granddaughter of Mrs. Allie Mae Harrington and the late John R. Harrington of Manning, and the late Mr. and Mrs. A. Delaney Geddings of Paxville. She graduated from the University of South Carolina with a bachelor of science in education. She is MRS. JOHNNY WATTS JR. employed by Sumter School District as a teacher at R.E. Davis Elementary School. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ray Watts, and the grandson of Mrs. Mary Lucille Riley and the late W.A. Riley, and Mrs. Ruby Watts and the late E.B. Watts, all of Mayesville. He is the owner/ operator of J. Watts Farms. The Rev. Mark Bishop officiated at the ceremony.

Music was provided by Ms. Tiffany Johnson, vocalist; Mrs. Anne Prescott, pianist; and Jacob Herod, guitarist. Escorted by her father, the bride wore an ivory strapless ball gown adorned with satin and chiffon floral accents and detailed with a sweetheart neckline, a ruched bodice and a chapel-length train. She carried a bouquet of white hydrangeas. Mrs. Sara Harrington Welch served as matron of honor. Mrs. Ashley Brogdon Welch and Mrs. Velvet Nicole Harrington served as bridesmaids. The bridegroom’s father served as best man. Groomsmen were William Lance Welch, John Wilson Fulton II, Frances Richardson Brogdon and Christopher Matthew Harrington. The bride’s parents held the reception at The O’Donnell House in Sumter. The bridegroom’s parents held the rehearsal party at the church. The couple will reside in Mayesville.

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

Victim of bullying in school is not ready yet to forgive

D

dear abby

EAR ABBY — I was bullied gies if doing so will make you feel from second grade all through worse. school. In junior high the abuse was both emotional and physiDEAR ABBY — I am a single cal, and it happened on a daily basis. mother struggling with my 12-yearMy parents’ response was that maybe old daughter. For the last three I was the problem — and if I wasn’t, months she has been withdrawn, unpeople would stop picking on me. communicative, rude, mean and (That’s a letter for another day.) treats me with contempt. We have What would have been my 10-year been in counseling and are going high school reunion was two back again, but I can’t ask peoweeks ago. Needless to say, I ple to stay with her while I go didn’t go. Since the reunion, and recharge my spirit because however, I have received more she’s so rude to them as well. than 30 messages via FaceI need to know, Abby, what book from former classmates. do other parents do to make it It seems I was the main topic through this incredibly painful of conversation at the reperiod in the lives of their teenunion, mainly because every- Abigail ager and themselves? VAN BUREN one apparently wanted to SINGLE MOM IN CANADA apologize to me. Abby, I don’t know how to DEAR SINGLE MOM — Any respond to these people. While I abrupt change in behavior should be don’t doubt the sincerity of their regarded as a red flag. Your daughter apologies, I truly don’t want to have should be evaluated by her pediatriany contact with them (even on Face- cian to be sure there isn’t an underlybook). At the same time, I don’t want ing cause. Could she have been moto be rude and just ignore them. lested, be using drugs, pills, alcohol, So far, I haven’t replied to any of etc.? Do her friends act this way? their messages. I want to know if I Does she HAVE friends? must, and if so, what I should say? To Changes like this don’t usually be honest, I’d like to tell them all to go happen overnight. Was this behavior to hell, but I’m trying to be nice. tolerated when she was smaller? If a LOST FOR WORDS child of mine behaved that way, she would be grounded and her cellDEAR LOST FOR WORDS — You phone and Internet privileges cando not have to say anything to any of celed until she was 30. these people, and you do not have to As to whom you can leave her with be “nice.” Silence sends a strong mes- while you “recharge,” does this girl sage, and it is the one I’m recomhave a father, an aunt, a grandparent mending. who can give you respite? That’s how Understand that by apologizing some single parents get a break. But if they are trying to make themselves those resources are not available, you feel better. It’s also possible that mawill have to deal with this (with the turity has caused them to realize what help of a more effective therapist than they did was wrong. However, you are the one you were using) until your not obligated to accept their apolo“problem child” becomes an adult.

|

Huell-Lampkin Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Huell of Salters announce the engagement of their daughter, Harriet Lynae Huell of Durham, N.C., to Jeffrey LaShawn Lampkin of Newberry, son of Deacon and Mrs. Melvin Lampkin of Manning. The bride-elect graduated from Claflin University with a bachelor of arts degree in mass communications, Pennsylvania State University with a master of arts degree in media studies, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a juris doctorate. Licensed to practice law in both North Carolina and South Carolina, she is employed as an associate with The Banks Law Firm, P.A., practicing employment law and civil litigation. The bridegroom-elect graduated from LAMPKIN, MISS HUELL Newberry College with a bachelor of arts degree in sociology and a minor in church music, and Webster University with a master of arts degree in human resource management. He is employed as a supervisor of customer service at Verizon Wireless, director of worship and arts at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, director of Fairfield Central High School Gospel Choir and Francis Marion University YGB Gospel Choir, entertainment reporter for WACH Fox News and host of “The Jeffrey Lampkin Show.” The wedding is planned for Sept. 14, 2013, at the Dorothy Z. Elmore Chapel on the campus of Claflin University in Orangeburg.

NEW ARRIVAL

|

Millie Garrity Davis Colin and Tiffany Davis announce the birth of a daughter, Millie Garrity Davis, on April 11, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Millie weighed 8 pounds and 13 ounces. She was 22 inches long. Grandparents are Keith and Lynn Charpentier, Bruce and Sabrina McCown, and Johnny Davis, all of Sumter, and Laurine Garrity and the late Tom Garrity of Wedgefield. Great-grandparents are Mildred Brown, Charles and May Davis, and Carroll and Ruth Barnette, all of Sumter. Mrs. Davis is the former Tiffany Garrity.

Follow tips for walking outdoors LINDA PEKURI SCAL Executive Director Welcome to July in Sumter, usually the warmest and most humid month of the year. With average low and high temperatures of 70 and 91 degrees, it is easy to be discouraged from doing anything exerting outside, including walking for exercise. Perhaps you started your walking routine in the cooler spring months and have made some good progress. Even though summer is here, keep walking — there are ways to beat the heat. • Choose a cooler time of day to walk. Dawn is best, but late evening might better suit your schedule. • Select a shady route. Tree-lined sidewalks away from direct sunlight and naturalsurface paths under the trees are the cooler places to walk. Sumter County offers many such places to walk or hike: Memorial Park, Swan Lake-Iris Gardens, Cypress Park/Trail, V.I.M. Park, Sumter High School Environmental Center nature trails, Millcreek County Park, Poinsett State Park, Palmetto Trail, Manchester State Forest, Patriot Park, Woods Bay State Natural Area and the Cherryvale Community Center’s wooded walking path, for instance.

• Make your own shade. Wear a hat with a wide brim, visor, vents or mesh to let your head breathe. A desert cap with flaps will shade your neck. A neck cooler is helpful: After soaking it in cold water, put it around your neck to keep you cool for hours. Apply sunscreen of SPF 15 or greater to all exposed skin, and wear sunglasses that filter UVA and UVB sunrays. • Wear lightweight, light-colored clothes (underwear, outerwear and socks). Cotton clothing is lightweight. Clothes made with modern microfiber fabrics breathe and wick sweat away from the skin and allow it to evaporate quickly. • Protect your skin from chafing and blistering. Heat and sweat can irritate the skin at your underarms, chest and thigh area. Foot blisters are easier to get in hot weather as the feet swell. Prevent irritation and blisters by applying an anti-chafing product before walking. • Stay hydrated before, during and after your walk. One to two hours before your walk, drink 12 to 20 ounces of water. Bring water with you so you can drink as soon as you are thirsty. Plain water is the best drink for walks of one hour or less. If you plan to walk and sweat for more than one hour, also bring a sports drink

or salty snack. After your walk, cool down with a tall glass of water. • Watch for signs of heat stroke. If you become dizzy or nauseated and have dry skin or the chills, STOP and take a drink. If you do not feel better, get medical help right away. If you are under treatment for heart or respiratory problems or have had heat stroke previously, talk with your healthcare provider about walking in the heat. • Ease up. If you cannot avoid the heat, walk at a slower pace than you would during cooler weather. • Respect the heat. If it is simply just too hot and humid for you to walk outdoors, don’t. Yes, it is July in hot and humid Sumter, but stick around — Christmas will be here before we know it! Congratulations to Sumter County On The Move! (SCOTM!) member Peggie Gravely, winner of a $50 gift card. Congratulations, also, to these new SCOTM! Honor Roll members who recently completed their 12 months in the program and have made walking a regular lifestyle habit: Juanita Williams, Belinda Josey, Angela Burkett, Suzette McClellan, James Harvin, Catherine Dawns, Gregory Miller, Agartha Boateng, Mary Golden, Emily Anne Nicholes, Deborah Moses, Beatrice Davis Thomas, and Angela Faison. Elizabeth Wilson recently finished her first six months in the program.


REFLECTIONS

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

THE ITEM

C3

ITEM FILE PHOTOS

SHS band marches in Macy’s Parade Back in 1990, the Sumter High School Marching Band experienced the once-in-a-lifetime thrill of appearing in the famous Macy’s Thanksgiving Day (Christmas) Parade in New York City. Participation in this event is considered by many, to be a crowning achievement for high school band programs.

J

reflections

ohn Culvahouse, former Sumter High band director, had communicated several times with the Macy’s selection committee before the band was invited. The-four day adventure for the 170 participants was captured in photos, allowing us to revisit this magical achievement from nearly 23 years ago. Fortunately, The Item covered the event extensively, so we have many photos and accompanying information in our archives. Those Sammy on this page are inWAY tended to give a picture of the parade and NYC as experienced by the students, staff and chaperones. Lucinda Burgess, an Item staff writer, noted that the trip included “the color guard and students from three concert band classes … .” The cost for the trip to New York was about $150,000, which included air fare for the band and staff and housing for the four days of the trip. Band students and band boosters coordinated several fundraisers to defray expenses.

Culvahouse noted that the trip would provide the students with an excellent opportunity to “represent this area. It will be good national exposure for our school, the city and South Carolina.” It took a while to select the music to be played during the parade; however, the band was required by Macy officials to play at least one traditional Christmas song. Talmadge Tobias and his wife, Linda, who served as co-presidents of the band boosters, said at the time, “This is quite a tribute to the kids and the people who support the program. … This is an opportunity for the kids not to just go on a trip but to be seen by millions of people.” Since 1924, watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade has become a holiday tradition for millions of Americans. Having the opportunity to participate in this event is not only an honor, but also an experience that will be remembered forever. Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at waysammy@yahoo.com or (803) 774-1294.


C4

PANORAMA

THE ITEM

BOOKS from Page C1 II and up to the Cold War. Both books have fascinating characters who add humanity to the dry history Follett could have written. Follett can make his readers empathize with all sides in the conflicts. Both are also long, averaging almost 1,000 pages each. At least, I have until next year to finish it before the final volume, “Edge of Eternity,” is released. That one should take readers through the Cold War with the same families who populate the first two books. Mathematician Charlie Cook recommends a collection by Seamas Duffy titled “Sherlock Holmes in Paris,” if readers can ignore “several minor typos.” Only two of the three tales are actually set in Paris, he said. “In the first the detective is hired to protect a gem and ends up solving a murder,” Cook said. “The second tale finds a Pinkerton man seeking the detectives’ assistance in solving three bank robberies. “He is eventually led to the magicians’ club of the title where he gleans information that enables him to solve this

and another mystery! The third finds Mycroft Holmes requesting Sherlock’s help. An old friend, a Portuguese Duke now living in Paris, believes he is being poisoned. Watson unexpectedly aids Holmes to a solution.” “There is the usual by-play between H & W with Holmes doing his usual ‘magical’ observations as well as the mention of several cases which the doctor has yet to record,” Cook said. A wide-ranging palate informs the choices of bookkeeper and Sumter Little Theatre mainstay Sylvia Pickell, who says she doesn’t “go to sleep at night unless I have read at least a few pages of my current interest.” At any given time, she said, her bedside table might hold works “ranging from romantic (Nora Roberts, Jane Anne Krentz) to Julie Hyzy (White House Chef and Manor House Mysteries) to Shirley Rousseau Murphy (Joe Grey, Dulcie, Kit – descended from the legacy of talking cats) to English authors M.C. Beaton (Agatha Raisin and Hamish McBeth as they tootle around the English Cotswold) and

YESTERYEAR from Page C1 school session. The Boys’ and Girls’ High schools will then be combined and the present Girls’ High School building will be occupied by the grammar school classes.” Sports News – The Sumter High School Gamecocks brought their 1938 football campaign to a close last night by trouncing Hendersonville, N.C., 26 to 0 in a post season contest. Around 2,000 fans saw just about every Sumter player get a chance to show their wares in the grid finale. Coach Hugh Kolb’s team started off with a bang and scored a touchdown on the fifth play after the kickoff. The Midget and Junior “Y” Green Dragons split a doubleheader with Summerton High School basketball teams in Summerton last night. The Sumter Midgets won their game 14 to 11 and the Juniors lost 20 to 14. Two Sumter High School players, Johnnie Sweatte and Ewing Gibson, received honorable mention in the recent All-South Carolina high school football team selected by the Charlotte News. Epworth Orphanage’s fine little football team continued on the throne of South Carolina’s Class C football today as a result of the team’s 31 to 0 victory over an outclassed but scrappy Hillcrest eleven last night on the Sumter Boy’s High field. Polly Prentiss staff introduced to Sumter — Women and girls who work at Polly Prentiss will be guests of the Junior Business Girl’s Club and board of directors of the YWCA at a supper party on Dec. 5. Shopping sales in Sumter — H.J. Commins Grocery offered Speckled Trout, 20 cents a pound, Fresh Water Trout 25 cents, Large Mullets 2 pounds at 25 cents, Croakers 10 cents a pound, Beaufort Oysters, small quart 50 cents, Beaufort Oysters large quart 60 cents, Cooked Shrimp, 50 cents and Raw Shrimp 25 cents a pound. McCoy’s Cut Rate Station had gas for 17 cents a gallon, kerosene, 10 cents. Home Stores offered Beans 4 No. 2 Cans for 25 cents, Cheese, Kraft Aged, lb. 18 cents, and Corn, Mayfield No. 2 Can 4 for 25 cents. At The Movies — At the Sumter Theatre were “You Can’t Take It With You” starring Jean Arthur, Lionel Barrymore, James Stewart and

Edward Arnold, also “The Great Waltz” with Louise Rainer and Fernand Gravet. 50 YEARS AGO –1963 Aug. 30-Sep. 5 W. Burke Watson, co-director of the 1957 United Appeal, has been named advance gifts chairman for the 1963 Appeal, Director Edward Damron said today. Watson has been manager of BrownWatson, Inc., real estate and insurance firm, for the past 13 years. Air Guard outfits compete at Shaw – Members of five Air National Guard squadrons competing in the Ricks Memorial Trophy event at Shaw AFB this week were welcomed to the base today by Maj. Gen. Charles R. Bond, vice commander, Tactical Air Command’s Ninth Air Force and 363rd Tactical Reconnaissance Wing commander, Col. Arthur D. Thomas during a briefing at the base theatre. Shaw teens attend Back to School Dance – Last Saturday night’s Back to School Dance was a big success. Everyone turned out in their collegiate finery to enjoy the music of the Newports. Farabow services today — Samuel Monroe Farabow, 77, prominent local businessman, died yesterday morning at his home on Crosswell Drive. Funeral services were to be conducted at 5 p.m. today in the chapel of Shelley-Brunson Funeral home. Farabow was was owner and president of Parrish Dray Lines for 43 years, and president and owner of Farabow, Inc. He was a member of Trinity Methodist Church and an honorary member of its official board of stewards. He belonged to Claremont Lodge A.F.M. No. 64 and the Rotary Club. Little Theatre kicks off membership drive — Season tickets for the Sumter Little Theatre’s 1963-64 offerings will be made available to the public beginning Wednesday. This year’s drive will be initiated with a kickoff meeting for volunteers at the home of Mrs. Herbert Rosefield, membership chairman, at 7:30 Tuesday night. At this gathering they will receive instructions and the main portion of their efforts in the campaign will be concentrated during the next week’s period.

Christopher Fowler (Arthur Bryan and John May of the London Peculiar Crimes Unit).” Pickell also read Dan Brown’s “Inferno,” as she tried “to figure things out from the clues. This one left me confused for the first 200 pages as I felt I was watching (reading) a movie trailer describing the character’s adventures in European cities I visited ages ago. By the end of the book, I was thrilled to discover that not even one of my premises turned out correct. In fact, the ending was so far from any of my suspicions that I had to reread the revelation to make sure I had read it correctly. Nothing was as I expected. I usually either read the book or wait for the movie. In this case I read the book and can’t wait for the movie. “I read for the pleasure and enjoyment but because I am basically analytical, I can go to sleep re-plotting the whole scenario.” English professor Park Bucker said he’s “re-reading Shakespeare’s ‘Much Ado about Nothing’ in anticipation of seeing the new movie version, and as I drive up the East Coast I’m listening to Michael Chabon’s ‘The Yiddish Policeman’s Union’ as read wonder-

As in past years, those who purchase memberships will see three plays at reduced rates and be given the first opportunity to make reservations for all shows including the extra shows such as the children’s plays and the annual musical. In addition their enrollment gives them two special programs which are open only to members. Tickets covering the entire forthcoming regular attractions will be $30 for patrons; $15 for single adult ticket; and $3 for regular student membership. Lions launch broom sale — On Sept. 10 local Lions Club members will start calling on Sumterites, announced Doug Purdy, broom sale chairman. Proceeds benefit those with visual impairments. Sumter Lions were the first in S.C. to launch broom sales more than 30 years ago. Courthouse renovations get go ahead — Sen. Olin D. Johnston notified The Item today that Sumter County has been granted $680,000 by the Community Facilities Administration of the Housing and Home Finance Agency for renovations and additions to the county courthouse. Total cost of the project will amount to $1,360,000. Sen. Johnston said the project will provide 1,215 man-months of work. Construction should begin within 120 days. Majorettes score again — Lynda Beasley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Beasley, has returned from the Drum Majorettes of America International Baton contest in Charlotte. She won first place trophy in juvenile military strutting, was first runner-up in juvenile fancy strutting and second runner-up in the “Little Majorette Princess of America” competition. She also placed seventh in twirling. Another baton twirler, Carolyn Rodgers, Miss South Carolina Majorette, will lead the parade in Darlington tomorrow. She will represent the state in January, when she competes in the Miss America Majorette Contest in St. Paul, Minn., where she will be sponsored by the state W.O.W. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Rodgers. Exchange student arrives — Regula Johanni, a native of Zurich, Switzerland, arrived a few weeks ago to make her home in Sumter for the school year. She is the fifth foreign exchange student to attend Edmunds High School. She is making her home with

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

IVY MOORE/THE ITEM

The Sumter County Library’s new books section offers a variety of selections in every genre for summer reading.

fully by Peter Riegert (from Animal House).” Librarian Nancy Pearl is a regular contributor to National Public Radio’s Morning Edition, and her summer reading lists always include interesting and entertaining books, some far off the radar. And some are whopping good reads. I just picked up Liz Moore’s “Heft” on her recent recommendation. It’s about the relationship between a 550-pound former

college literature professor and recluse and a talented high school basketball player. Pearl praises the author’s ability to create compelling characters, and they are that. Like her, can’t give away too much. Also on Pearl’s list are “Among Others” by Jo Walton, “The Towers of Trebizond” by Rose McCauley and “America Aflame: How the Civil War Created a Nation.” Check out her reviews on www.npr.com.

Mr. and Mrs. James Riel and family at 607 Wren St. Hollings here for TEC event — Former Governor Ernest F. Hollings will be the featured speaker at the Sept. 22 dedication and open house of the Sumter Area Technical Education Center. Director Cecil Walters made the announcement today as plans for official ceremonies dedicating the center were near completion. Sports — The Lincoln High School Bulldogs will open the 1963 football season Friday night against the Green Hornets of C.A. Johnson of Columbia at Fairgrounds Stadium. The scrappy Bulldogs will be out to end 10 years of domination by the Columbia team. Coach Robert Jenkins feels that his team will get stronger as the season progresses. Backfield coach Wilbur Dorsey stated that the team has quite a few players in key positions. The outcome of the game will depend on how well these new players carry out their duties. The Georgia Tech varsity and freshman football squads will give area fans their first look at the 1963 season Saturday when they meet on Grant field in the annual intrasquad pre-vue game. There will be no reserved seats, Coach Dodd said, and the admission price for all will be just $1. Several Sumter fans are expected to make the trip to Atlanta for the game and an opportunity to see former Edmunds High player, halfback Doc Harvin, in action. Doc is a member of Tech’s 1963 freshman football squad. The largest field in history has signed for the Sunset Country Club’s annual men’s championship tournament. Ninety-three golfers will be divided into 16 flights. No handicaps will be employed in any flight. Co-medalists were a pair of former club champions and veterans of Sunset play: Walter Sowell and Luther Wimberly. Both posted 71. Defending champion Lou Degenhardt was exempted from qualifying. Sumter rules will apply for this tournament, Pro Eddie Riccoboni points out. Furman High School’s Indians are rather small as football teams go, but they boast one fellow who may be the largest competitor in South Carolina High School League history – 370-pound Ronnie McLeod. As far as head coach

Wyman Taylor can determine, his 6-5 senior, who really does weigh in at 370, is the state’s heftiest gridiron candidate ever. From May Day to Labor Day, stock car racing at the local track has been on the upswing, and Promoter Clinnie Hyatt is hoping to keep things swinging for a few more weekends before Jack Frost commandeers the track for the winter. Tonight, 50 of the raucous racers will engage in their usual three-part show which usually lasts from 8 until around 10:30. One part features the Jalopies, another Hobbies and a third the Limited Sportsman cars. Drivers who usually battle for top honors in the various ranks are George Rowland, Dale Carmichael, Bob Brown, Charles Howell, Billy Joe Russell, Ray McCoy, Lee Johnson, Charlton McLeod, Sherrill Coker, Liz Singletary, Jimmy Allsbrook, Cecil and Junior Johnson, H.C. Pritchard and Nick Blackmon. Admission is 99 cents. Ray Geddings, former allstate fullback from Manning High School, has received a football grant-in-aid at the Martin Branch of the University of Tennessee. He reported to Martin for practice yesterday. In addition to his football accomplishments, he was the basketball team’s high scorer and a leading hitter on the baseball squad. During his senior football season he gained more than a thousand yards rushing, and was named to the Class A all-state team. He also received the school’s “best allaround athlete” trophy, and played in the North-South All-Star football game in August, where a Tennessee scout noticed him. At the movies – Showing at the Sky-Vue Drive-In is “The Stripper” starring Joan Woodward and Richard Beymer; “Call of the Wild” with Bob Hope and Anita Ekberg and “Sword and the Conqueror” with Jack Palance and Guy Madison. The Sunset Drive-In has The Courtship of Eddie’s Father” starring Glenn Ford and Shirley Jones, “Mondo Cane” and “The Day Mars Invaded Earth.” The Sumter Theatre features “The Thrill of it All!” with Doris Day and James Garner, and the Lyric Theatre has “Pressure Point” featuring Sidney Poitier and Bobby Darin. Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at waysammy@ yahoo.com or (803) 774-1294.


BUSINESS SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

THE ITEM

D1

To contact The Item Newsroom, call (803) 774-1226 or e-mail business@theitem.com

ON THE MONEY

|

TEAM ROBINSON MMA RIBBON CUTTING

Instill money management skills in teens BY ALEX VEIGA AP Business Writer

Y

our teenagers may be old enough to get a part-time job and start taking college prep exams, but do they know how to manage their money? Parents can get their teens started on the road to financial literacy by taking advantage of ways to teach them concepts like making a budget, balancing a checking account, using credit wisely or saving for retirement. That’s because parents can have the biggest influence on their children’s behavior when it comes to personal finance, says Patricia Seaman, senior director of the National Endowment for Financial Education, a nonprofit focused on financial literacy. “Even if you don’t feel like you know enough or feel you were raised in a money savvy environment, you still can overcome that and give your kids a good foundation,” Seaman says. Here are six ways to instill your teens with money management skills for college and beyond:

1. COVER THE BASICS EARLY

Personal finance education should ideally begin when children are in elementary school. This is a good time to establish an allowance, say for doing chores around the house. One strategy is to get kids to regularly save some of their allowance and donate another portion. When a child is between 5 and 10 years old, it’s an ideal time to set them up with a child savings account. That can help children begin to learn the value of saving and compounding interest. Many banks offer savings and checking accounts tailored for young children as well as teens. Capital One Financial’s Kids Savings Account currently offers a 0.75 percent variable annual percentage yield with no fees or minimum balance. And Wells Fargo’s Teen Checking account lets parents set daily limits on debit card purchases and ATM withdrawals. 2. GIVE FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

It’s important to hold teenagers accountable for their financial choices. This could take several forms, such as requiring them to pay for their own monthly mobile phone subscription or the online account on their video game console. Money management lessons can be found by giving teenagers a clothing allowance and letting them buy their school clothes on their own. And even if they elect not to spend wisely and end up with, say, one pair of fancy jeans and not enough socks or underwear, that’s OK. “You want them to go ahead and make small mistakes with not very much money while the stakes are still fairly low,” Seaman says. “If it is something absolutely critical, you could make the decision to bail them out.” In this spirit, parents might also consider giving teens an ATM card to access an account with a limited balance and no overdraft protection. Another option is a prepaid credit card with a set limit. 3. CONSIDER A RETIREMENT ACCOUNT

Your kids will likely have to rely on their savings and investments to help cover expenses when they retire. That may seem like a distant concern, but youth is an advantage when it comes to maximizing returns in a retirement account. And, having them invest some of their earnings for their golden years now will help make it a habit for years to come. Once a teen lands a job — an allowance won’t do —

open a Roth IRA, or individual retirement account. A Roth IRA allows accountholders to contribute a portion of their paycheck after taxes. That means that when it comes to time to withdraw the funds, they can do so tax-free. Seaman recommends teens set aside a minimum of 15 percent of their paycheck toward their retirement account. And that parents use the opportunity to teach their kids about the stock market, risk and return, and how as teens they have a long timeline ahead that will allow them to recover from setbacks. 4. MANAGE EARLY CREDIT USE

Managing credit card debt and spending can be a major problem for many borrowers, but especially young cardholders. Kids under 18 are not allowed to open a credit card account on their own, though use of prepaid cards in high school can help establish good spending habits. Parents with kids going away to college may want to add the student to their card to cover books or emergency expenses. But a shared card account also can help parents keep tabs on their kids’ spending / payment habits. “It will give you a road map for how to transition them from those constraints to the more open access they will have when they’re adults and making their own money,” Seaman says. 5. MAKE CAR BUYING A LESSON

How to turn buying a car for your teen into a money management lesson? Rather than handing them the keys to a car on their 16th birthday, get teens involved doing all the homework that goes into a car purchase. Ask them to compare different models according to features like price, projected maintenance costs and mileage. And have them call insurers to find out how much coverage will cost. 6. HOUSEHOLD FINANCES

Another way to get teens on track to manage their finances as adults is to give them a closer view of household financial decisions. Walk them through the monthly bills and let them see how much is spent to keep the heat and the cable TV on, as well as funding retirement accounts and debt payments. To help frame the money management conversation, the National Endowment for Financial Education has a booklet that can be downloaded for free at www.hsfpp. org.

PHOTOS BY JADE ANDERSON / THE ITEM

ABOVE: Surrounded by members of The Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce, Jerome Robinson, center, cuts the ribbon to his new business, Team Robinson MMA LLC, recently. Robinson, a graduate of Sumter High School who has three black belts, said he teaches not only how to fight, but also when to fight. He started teaching 20 to 30 clients out of his garage and at CrossFit Sumter gym on Broad Street and now has 60 to 70 clients ranging in ages from 4 to 56 coming to the 262 S. Pike W. location, which opened in March. Robinson hopes to have 150 customers by the end of the year. For more information, visit beastmode247.com or contact Robinson at (803) 236-0803 or Jeromeps@gmail.com.

LEFT: Pete Flanagan, right, chairman of board of directors for The Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce, talks to Robinson about his business.

BUSINESS BRIEFS KANGAROO EXPRESS CONTINUES SALUTE OUR TROOPS® CAMPAIGN

The Pantry Inc., the leading independently operated convenience store chain in the southeastern United States, recently announced the third annual Salute Our Troops® campaign, inviting customers in its more than 1,550 Kangaroo Express convenience stores across 13 states to demonstrate united support for military personnel and their families. Through Sept. 3, Kangaroo Express invites store guests to make donations to the campaign and encourage communities to send messages of praise and gratitude to the military. Donations from the campaign will support the USO, lifting the spirits of America’s troops and their families; Fisher House Foundation, donating “comfort homes” at major military and VA medical centers that enable military families to be close to a loved one during hospitalization; as well as eight state-based military support organizations. Since its inaugural year in 2011, the Salute Our Troops campaign has raised $5.7 million dollars, breaking fundraising records for many beneficiary organizations, including two of the most accomplished grassroots campaigns the USO has been involved in during its more than 70-year history. The eight state-based organizations benefiting from the campaign span five states throughout the Southeast and include the Enlisted Association of the National Guard of Tennessee Auxiliary Soldier Airman Relief Fund, Florida National Guard Foundation, Georgia National Guard Family Support Foundation, Soldiers and Airmen Assistance Fund of North Carolina, South Carolina Military Family Care Association, and the Patriot Foundation and United States Veterans Corps, both based in North Carolina. Salute Our Troops celebrations will be held at Kangaroo Express stores throughout the Southeast led by Silver Star recipient SSG Tommy Rieman and retired U.S. Army soldier and drag racer Don O’Neal, with his custom 2009 Mullis Sa-

| lute Our Troops Dragster. At each celebration, guests are invited to send messages of thanks and appreciation to be shared with troops and their families through military support organizations involved in the campaign. According to the website, www.KESalute.com, the Salute Our Troops Tour will visit Sumter on Aug. 9 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Kangaroo Express, 1281 Broad St., and from 5 to 8 p.m. at Sumter Family Fun Night at the Memorial Fair Building, 30 Artillery Drive. Donations raised during the 2012 Salute Our Troops campaign continue to support our military and their families. The donations are helping to operate 17 USO centers in seven states and drive USO programs that support healing heroes, families of the fallen, America’s troops and military families. Emergency grant programs run by state-based military support organizations have distributed grants for military families that support a wide range of needs including car payments and medical bills. S.C. PUBLIC SERVICE AUTHORITY RECEIVES TOP HONORS

SERC Reliability Corp. has awarded its annual President’s Award to South Carolina Public Service Authority, also known as Santee Cooper, for the utility’s ongoing commitment to electric reliability excellence for its bulk power system. SERC is a nonprofit corporation responsible for promoting and improving the reliability, adequacy and critical infrastructure of the bulk power supply system in all or portions of 16 central and southeastern states, including the areas served by Santee Cooper. Owners, operators and users of the bulk power system in these 16 states cover an area of approximately 560,000 square miles and comprise what is known as the SERC Region. The award was presented to Santee Cooper at the SERC CEO Summit held in Louisville, Ky., and highlighted the utility for its superior commitment to reliability performance and helping set a quality standard for SERC’s members and registered entities.

“The generation and transmission of electric power must be effectively planned and operated to meet consumers’ expectation for reliable electric service,” said Scott Henry, president and chief executive officer of SERC Reliability Corporation. “Santee Cooper’s dedication to reliability excellence has earned them this recognition.” SERC serves as one of eight regional entities with delegated authority from the North American Electric Reliability Corporation for the purpose of proposing and enforcing reliability standards within the SERC Region. SERC is divided geographically into five diverse sub-regions that are identified as Central, Delta, Gateway, Southeastern and VACAR. The regional entities and all members of NERC work to safeguard the reliability of the bulk power systems throughout North America. To learn more, visit www. santeecooper.com. WILLIAM LEVAN BYRD, CPA, PC HAS SUCCESSFUL REVIEW BY PEERS

William Levan Byrd, CPA, PC has successfully completed a rigorous peer review of its accounting and auditing practice. The reviewer concluded that the firm’s system of quality control for the accounting and auditing practice in effect for the year ended June 30, 2012, has been suitably designed and complied with to provide reasonable assurance of performing and reporting in conformity with applicable professional standards in all material respects. William Levan Byrd, CPA, PC participates in the Peer Review Program, a practice monitoring program approved by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the national professional organization of CPAs. A firm participating in the Peer Review Program must have an independent review of its accounting and auditing practice every three years. The review was conducted under the auspices of the South Carolina Association of CPAs following standards issued by the AICPA.


D2

STOCKS: THE MARKET WEEKLY REVIEW

THE ITEM

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Name

Wk Last Chg Chg

A-B-C ABB Ltd 21.62 +.13 ACE Ltd 90.12 +1.12 ADT Cp n 39.61 +.37 AES Corp 11.86 +.03 AFLAC 57.16 +.56 AGCO 50.39 +.35 AK Steel 3.01 -.04 AT&T Inc 35.83 +.21 AU Optron 3.50 +.09 AbtLab s 34.92 +.67 AbbVie n 42.72 +.49 AberFitc 49.24 +1.69 Accenture 73.64 +.96 AccoBrds 6.53 +.17 Actavis 126.37 +2.38 AMD 4.07 +.01 AdvSemi 4.12 -.02 Aegon 7.20 +.19 Aeropostl 13.87 +.29 Aetna 62.58 +.45 Agilent 44.23 +1.06 Agnico g 26.64 -1.23 AirProd 91.88 +.49 AlcatelLuc 1.83 +.07 Alcoa 7.81 +.10 AllegTch 26.28 +.28 Allergan 84.35 +.11 AlliData 182.32 +2.23 AlliBInco 7.30 -.14 Allstate 49.13 +.66 AlonUSA n 19.67 -.33 AlphaNRs 5.11 -.07 AlpTotDiv 3.94 -.01 AlpAlerMLP 17.88 +.02 Altria 35.49 ... AmBev 36.14 +.04 Ameren 33.66 -.23 AMovilL 21.05 -.14 AmAxle 19.62 +.54 AEagleOut 18.72 +.21 AEP 44.28 -.18 AmExp 76.31 +1.73 AmIntlGrp 45.19 +.97 AmTower 71.67 -.71 AmWtrWks 40.29 -.17 Ameriprise 83.10 +1.98 AmeriBrgn 55.56 +.47 Ametek 44.15 +.70 Amphenol 80.25 +1.35 Anadarko 88.38 +1.45 %RKPSKPH%   ABInBev 88.00 +.54 %RREP]   %R[SVXL   Aon plc 65.66 +1.05 Apache 82.17 +1.94 AptInv 29.90 -.09 %TSPPS61  ArcelorMit 11.19 +.13 ArchCoal 3.65 -.07 ArchDan 34.88 +.07 ArcosDor 11.39 ... %VQSYV6WH   AsdEstat 16.52 -.04 AssuredG 22.33 +.36 AstraZen 48.04 +.16 AtlasRes 19.69 +.72 AuRico g 4.49 -.08 AutoNatn 46.14 +.87 AvalonBay 135.01 -.72 Avon 21.00 +.06 Axiall 41.18 ... BB&T Cp 34.88 +.71 BCE g 40.63 -.12 BHP BillLt 56.32 -.26 BP PLC 41.17 -.01 BRF SA 21.00 -.31 BakrHu 48.09 +.47 BcBilVArg 8.31 +.05 &GS&VEHTJ   BcoSantSA 6.52 +.06 BcoSBrasil 5.82 -.06 BkofAm 13.06 +.23 BkNYMel 29.26 +.73 Barclay 17.56 +.35 &EVM4:M\VW  BarnesNob 17.68 +.73 &EVVMGO+   Baxter 69.88 +.48 BectDck 98.67 +.87 Belo 14.26 +.03 BerkH B 114.96 +2.33 BerryPet 39.92 -.18 BestBuy 29.73 +.31 BigLots 32.97 +.47

-.04 +.64 -.24 -.13 -.96 +.20 -.03 +.43 +.04 +.04 +1.38 +3.99 +1.68 +.17 +.15 -.01 +.06 +.44 +.07 -.96 +1.47 -.90 +.31 +.01 -.01 -.03 +.11 +1.29 -.12 +1.01 -4.13 -.13 +.03 +.03 +.50 -1.21 -.78 -.70 +.99 +.46 -.50 +1.78 +.49 -1.50 -.94 +2.22 -.27 +1.85 +2.31 +2.45  -2.26   +1.31 -1.66 -.14  -.01 -.13 +.97 -.29  +.44 +.27 +.74 -2.21 +.12 +2.75 +.10 -.03 -1.40 +1.00 -.39 -1.34 -.57 -.52 +1.96 +.03  +.05 -.32 +.20 +1.21 +.44  +1.72  +.61 -.16 +.31 +3.04 -2.40 +2.40 +1.44

BioMedR 20.24 -.23 Blackstone 20.75 +.24 BlockHR 28.30 +.38 Boeing 104.20 +1.31 BorgWarn 86.29 +1.82 BostonSci 9.30 +.15 BoydGm 11.53 +.51 Brandyw 13.58 +.01 Brinker 41.18 +.46 BrMySq 44.18 +.86 Brookdale 27.43 +.34 BrkfldOfPr 16.38 -.33 Brunswick 33.72 +1.36 Buenavent 14.72 -.03 CBL Asc 21.83 -.17 CBRE Grp 23.43 +.09 CBS B 50.06 +.30 CF Inds 175.45 +.43 CIT Grp 48.60 +.59 CMS Eng 26.70 +.09 CNO Fincl 13.52 +.38 CST Brds n 31.79 +.18 CSX 23.26 +.23 CVR Rfg n 26.51 -.43 CVS Care 58.64 +.34 '=7-RZIWX   Cabelas 66.55 +1.68 CblvsnNY 19.22 +.46 CabotO&G 71.45 -.24 Calpine 20.48 -.03 Cameron 63.16 +.57 CampSp 44.56 +.34 CdnNRs gs 29.53 +.36 CapOne 65.66 +1.74 CapitlSrce 9.69 +.25 'ETWXIEH1   CardnlHlth 47.58 +.28 CareFusion 37.58 +.19 CarMax 47.33 +.53 Carnival 35.19 +.34 Caterpillar 82.14 +.29 Cemex 10.43 +.07 Cemig pf 8.57 -.03 CenterPnt 23.34 -.02 CenElBras 1.94 -.07 CntryLink 35.44 +.17 ChambSt n 8.91 -.20 ChesEng 21.04 +.03 Chevron 120.51 +1.43 Chicos 16.75 +.27 Chimera 2.82 -.05 'LM1=;RH   ChinaMble 51.25 +.22 Chubb 85.94 +.81 Cigna 73.94 +1.02 CinciBell 3.15 +.07 Citigroup 48.53 +.86 CliffsNRs 15.68 -.40 CloudPeak 16.05 +.07 Coach 57.45 +.99 CobaltIEn 28.05 +.29 CocaCola s 40.52 +.03 CocaCE 34.97 +.40 Coeur 12.23 -.32 ColeREI n 11.40 -.22 ColgPalm s 57.86 +.04 ColonyFncl 19.62 -.23 Comerica 42.57 +1.64 CmclMtls 14.40 +.06 CmwREIT 23.05 -.12 CompSci 46.46 +.88 Con-Way 40.91 +1.08 ConAgra 35.62 -.06 ConchoRes 87.07 +1.08 ConocoPhil 62.31 +.47 ConsolEngy 26.51 -.05 ConEd 57.16 -.30 ConstellA 50.59 +.13 ContlRes 91.66 +2.15 CoreLogic 25.14 +.12 Corning 14.52 +.24 CorrectnCp 32.06 -.43 Cosan Ltd 15.65 -.19 CousPrp 10.25 +.04 Covidien 58.27 +.51 CSVLgNGs 19.00 -.24 '7:7\7PZ   '7:IP-:78  '7:7\:\VW  CredSuiss 27.36 +.79 CrwnCstle 72.21 -.19 CubeSmart 16.35 -.17 Cummins 110.79 +1.89

+.01 -.31 +.55 +1.76 +.14 +.03 +.23 +.21 +1.75 -.16 +.99 -.30 +1.77 -.04 +.41 +.07 +1.19 +3.95 +1.97 -.47 +.56 +.98 +.07 -3.55 +1.46  +1.79 +2.40 +.43 -.75 +2.00 +.06 +1.27 +2.85 +.31  +.38 +.73 +1.17 +.90 -.35 -.15 -.40 -.15 -.18 +.09 -1.09 +.66 +2.17 -.31 -.18  -.52 +1.29 +1.45 +.09 +.56 -.57 -.43 +.36 +1.48 +.41 -.19 -1.07 -.04 +.57 -.27 +2.74 -.25 -.07 +2.69 +1.95 +.69 +3.35 +1.81 -.59 -1.15 -1.53 +5.60 +1.97 +.29 -1.33 -.51 +.15 +1.11 +.59    +.90 -.18 +.37 +2.33

D-E-F DCT Indl DDR Corp DR Horton DanaHldg Danaher

7.30 16.62 20.28 21.06 64.60

+.05 +.05 -.68 +.99 +.97

+.22 -.03 -1.00 +1.80 +1.30

Darden 51.33 +.37 +.85 DaVitaHlth 114.56 +.66 -6.24 DeanFds 10.12 +.02 +.10 Deere 81.44 +.45 +.19 Delek 28.29 +.53 -.39 DelphiAuto 52.42 +.80 +1.73 DeltaAir 19.00 +.59 +.29 DemndMda 6.32 +.13 +.32 DenburyR 17.50 +.24 +.18 DeutschBk 41.12 +.07 -.83 DBGoldDS 7.84 +.36 +.16 DevonE 54.56 +1.06 +2.68 DiamRk 9.48 +.16 +.16 DicksSptg 49.80 +.39 -.26 DigitalRlt 59.42 -.75 -1.58 DxFinBr rs 31.65 -1.54 -1.95 DxSCBr rs 28.94 -1.28 -2.90 (\+PH&PPVW    DxEMBll s 21.29 -.48 -2.10 DxFnBull s 67.32 +2.76 +3.67 DirSPBear 10.35 -.33 -.59 (MV(+PH&V DxSCBull s 51.53 +1.95 +4.44 DxSPBull s 43.57 +1.34 +2.32 Discover 49.99 +1.65 +2.35 Disney 63.82 +.21 +.67 DollarGen 52.01 +.90 +1.58 DomRescs 56.25 -.09 -.57 DEmmett 25.08 +.02 +.13 Dover 78.00 +1.42 +.34 DowChm 32.69 +.26 +.52 DrPepSnap 46.37 -.21 +.44 DuPont 53.00 +.60 +.50 DukeEngy 67.27 -.12 -.23 DukeRlty 15.76 +.06 +.17 Dynegy n 20.92 +.17 -1.63 E-CDang 6.99 +.02 +.05 EMC Cp 24.13 +.16 +.51 EOG Res 140.40 +2.22 +8.72 EQT Corp 79.94 +.26 +.57 EastChem 72.01 +.98 +2.00 Eaton 67.72 +1.50 +1.91 EVTxMGlo 9.27 +.04 ... Ecolab 86.50 +.67 +1.31 EdisonInt 46.06 -.55 -2.10 EducRlty 10.28 +.02 +.05 Elan 14.11 -.01 -.03 EldorGld g 6.02 -.10 -.16 Embraer 36.83 -.09 -.06 EmersonEl 56.43 +1.24 +1.89 Emulex 7.66 +.04 +1.14 Enbridge 41.97 -.03 -.10 EnCana g 16.64 -.23 -.30 EndvSilv g 3.00 -.13 -.43 EngyTEq 59.92 +.49 +.10 EngyTsfr 50.22 -.28 -.32 ENSCO 57.83 +1.06 -.29 Entergy 68.06 -1.23 -1.62 EntPrPt 62.54 -.55 +.39 Entravisn 6.53 +.21 +.38 EqtyRsd 57.36 -.08 -.70 EsteeLdr 67.93 +.68 +2.16 Evercore 38.36 +.49 -.92 ExactTgt 33.72 -.01 ... ExcoRes 8.15 +.10 +.51 Exelis 14.44 +.60 +.65 Exelon 29.74 -.34 -1.14 Express 21.27 +.27 +.30 ExtraSpce 42.72 -.09 +.79 ExxonMbl 91.57 +.88 +1.22 FMC Tech 56.34 +.49 +.66 FairchldS 14.65 +.44 +.85 FamilyDlr 63.82 +.50 +1.51 FedExCp 98.96 +1.19 +.38 Ferro 6.35 +.08 -.60 FibriaCelu 11.26 -.17 +.17 FidlNFin 23.96 +.16 +.15 FidNatInfo 43.63 +.58 +.79 Fifth&Pac 23.17 +.38 +.83 FstAFin n 21.60 -.19 -.44 FstHorizon 12.37 +.53 +1.17 FstInRT 15.73 +.06 +.56 FMajSilv g 10.80 -.21 +.21 FstRepBk 38.38 -.73 -.10 FirstEngy 35.85 -.31 -1.49 Flowserv s 55.36 +1.16 +1.35 Fluor 58.59 +.32 -.72 FootLockr 35.76 +.32 +.63 FordM 16.70 +.27 +1.23 ForestCA 17.90 -.06 -.01 ForestLab 42.39 +.56 +1.39 ForestOil 4.24 +.09 +.15 FBHmSec 39.56 +.31 +.82 FrankRes 136.95 -1.01 +.93 FMCG 27.34 -.34 -.27 Freescale 14.03 +.48 +.48 Frontline 1.98 ... +.21 Fusion-io 13.84 +.14 -.40

G-H-I GNC 46.70 +.51 Gafisa SA 2.40 +.06 GameStop 42.99 +.61 Gannett 26.06 +.56 Gap 43.30 +.41 GenCorp 17.09 +.41 Generac 39.72 +.79 GenDynam 79.42 +1.08 GenElec 23.24 +.33 GenGrPrp 20.04 +.10 GenMills 49.03 +.08 GenMotors 34.67 +.53 GenuPrt 83.74 +.88 Genworth 12.32 +.43 Gerdau 5.75 -.14 GiantInter 7.70 -.08 GlaxoSKln 51.20 +.59 GlimchRt 11.00 +.03 +SP0MRLEW   GoldFLtd 4.96 +.06 Goldcrp g 24.08 -.80 GoldmanS 153.24 +2.81 GrafTech 7.00 -.02 GraphPkg 8.32 +.30 GrayTelev 8.09 +.16 GtPlainEn 22.70 +.07 GpFSnMx n 13.59 -.04 GpTelevisa 24.48 +.42 HCA Hldg 35.86 +.37 HCP Inc 44.45 -.48 HSBC 53.63 +1.43 HalconRes 5.75 -.01 Hallibrtn 43.71 +1.06 HarleyD 55.25 +.58 Harman 54.48 +1.11 HarmonyG 3.57 -.14 HartfdFn 31.36 +1.07 ,EXXIVEW*  Headwatrs 9.24 +.14 HltCrREIT 65.22 -.84 HltMgmt 15.50 +.16 HlthcreTr 10.86 -.23 HeclaM 2.85 -.07 HelmPayne 65.48 +1.66 Herbalife 48.39 +1.68 Hersha 5.68 +.09 Hershey 90.02 +.85 Hertz 26.05 +.95 Hess 68.13 +.93 HewlettP 25.58 +.40 Hexcel 35.17 +.60 Hillshire 33.02 +.25 HollyFront 39.76 -.83 HomeDp 78.29 +.56 HomexDev 3.05 -.15 HonwllIntl 80.06 +1.55 Hormel 39.11 +.54 Hospira 38.98 +.53 HospPT 26.25 +.10 HostHotls 17.55 +.56 HovnanE 5.37 -.15 Humana 83.68 +.63 Huntsmn 16.76 +.16 IAMGld g 3.99 -.04 ICICI Bk 36.87 -.34 ING 9.38 +.34 ING US n 27.79 -.20 iShGold 11.87 -.27 iSAstla 22.38 +.18 iShBrazil 41.47 -.57 iShCanada 26.04 -.07 iShGerm 24.14 -.25 iSh HK 18.26 +.11 iShItaly 11.95 +.14 iShJapan 11.60 +.15 iSh SKor 51.71 -.71 iSMalasia 15.32 -.16 iShMexico 64.49 -.48 iShSing 12.55 -.07 iSPacxJpn 42.76 +.27 iSTaiwn 13.35 +.15 iSh UK 17.90 +.10 iShSilver 18.21 -.81 iShSelDiv 64.54 +.37 iShTIPS 110.64 -1.53 iShChinaLC 32.07 +.34 iSCorSP500163.91+1.79 iShCorTBd 105.84 -1.17 iShEMkts 37.34 -.24 iShiBoxIG 112.17 -1.44 iSh20 yrT 106.26 -3.75 iSh7-10yTB100.52 -1.72 iSh1-3yTB 84.21 -.09 iS Eafe 57.84 +.27 iSCorSPMid118.34 +1.51 iShiBxHYB 89.85 -.97 iShMtgRE 11.95 -.45 iSR1KV 84.53 +.86

+2.49 -.11 +.96 +1.60 +1.57 +.83 +2.71 +1.65 +.05 +.17 +.50 +1.36 +5.67 +.91 +.04 -.31 +1.23 +.08  -.29 -.65 +1.99 -.28 +.58 +.89 +.16 -.62 -.36 -.20 -.99 +1.73 +.08 +1.99 +.43 +.28 -.24 +.44  +.40 -1.81 -.22 -.37 -.13 +3.03 +3.25 +.04 +.74 +1.25 +1.64 +.78 +1.12 -.06 -3.02 +.82 -.68 +.72 +.53 +.67 -.03 +.68 -.24 -.70 +.20 -.21 -1.38 +.29 +.73 -.12 -.20 -2.39 -.11 -.56 -.07 +.14 +.38 -1.49 -.23 -.76 -.24 -.27 +.05 +.24 -.76 +.53 -1.22 -.45 +3.03 -1.17 -1.16 -1.12 -3.93 -1.84 -.05 +.54 +2.84 -.55 -.71 +1.21

How To Read The Market in Review The list includes the most active stocks in each exchange, as well as stocks of local interest. Stock Footnotes: cc â&#x20AC;&#x201C; PE greater than 99. cld - Issue has been called for redemption by company. d - New 52-week low. dd â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Loss in last 12 mos. ec - Company formerly listed on the American Exchange's Emerging Company Marketplace. g - Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h - temporary exmpt from Nasdaq capital and surplus listing qualification. n - Stock was a new issue in the last year. The 52-week high and low figures date only from the beginning of trading. pf - Preferred stock issue. pr - Preferences. pp - Holder owes installments of purchase price. q â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Closed-end mutual fund; no PE calculated. rt - Right to buy security at a specified price. s - Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. wi - Trades will be settled when the stock is issued. wd - When distributed. wt - Warrant, allowing a purchase of a stock. u - New 52-week high. un - Unit,, including more than one security. vj - Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in front of the name. Mutual Fund Footnotes: e â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Ex-capital gains distribution. f â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Previous dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s quote. n - No-load fund. p â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Fund assets used to pay distribution costs. r â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Redemption fee or contingent deferred sales load may apply. s â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Stock dividend or split. t â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Both p and r. x â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Ex-cash dividend. Source: The Associated Press and Morningstar. Sales figures are unofficial. iSR1KG 73.99 +.74 iSR2KV 87.66 +1.08 iSR2KG 115.20 +1.86 iShR2K 99.67 +1.39 iSh3-7yTrB 119.69 -.96 iShShtTrB 110.25 +.01 iShUSPfd 38.48 -.35 iShUtils 93.03 -.21 iSUSAMinV 32.74 +.15 iShRussia 19.44 +.17 iShTech 75.10 +.53 iShREst 65.86 -.70 iShHmCnst 21.97 -.45 iShUSEngy 45.57 +.52 iShCrSPSm 93.29 +1.44 ITW 69.97 +1.20 Infosys 41.13 +.59 IngerRd 57.75 +1.78 IntcntlEx 177.03 +2.13 Intermec 9.88 +.04 IBM 194.93 +1.68 IntlGame 16.75 +.18 IntPap 46.32 +.55 Interpublic 15.04 +.17 IntPotash 18.29 ... InvenSense 15.70 +.24 Invesco 31.92 +.47 InvMtgCap 15.23 -.64 IronMtn 26.85 -.15 ItauUnibH 11.70 -.31

+1.54 +2.27 +3.92 +3.10 -.99 +.03 -.64 -1.55 +.17 +.23 +1.47 -.57 -.41 +1.04 +2.98 +.80 -.06 +2.23 -.73 +.05 +3.82 +.04 +2.01 +.49 -.76 +.32 +.12 -1.33 +.24 -1.21

J-K-L JPMorgCh 53.99 +1.22 Jabil 20.93 +.27 JanusCap 8.74 +.39 Jarden s 44.45 +.67 .MROS7SPEV  JohnJn 87.87 +1.09 JohnsnCtl 35.61 +.07 .SRIW+VT   JoyGlbl 48.82 +.48 JnprNtwk 19.61 +.31 KB Home 18.07 -.64 KBR Inc 32.09 -.16 /'+,PHR  KKR 19.49 +.46 KC Southn 112.59 +2.62 Kellogg 65.34 +.28 KeyEngy 6.46 +.21 /I]GSVT  

+1.58 +.55 +.23 +.70  +2.01 -.18  +.29 +.30 -1.56 -.41  -.17 +6.63 +1.11 +.51 

KimbClk 97.39 +.36 +.25 Kimco 21.38 -.06 +.16 KindME 85.28 -.37 -.12 KindMorg 38.44 +.02 +.29 KindrM wt 5.39 ... +.27 /MRVSWWK    KodiakO g 9.28 +.12 +.39 Kohls 52.75 +.64 +2.24 KrispKrm 19.38 +.38 +1.93 Kroger 36.07 +.47 +1.53 L Brands 49.67 +.47 +.42 0(/7SPEV    LaredoPet 20.55 +.28 -.01 LVSands 52.44 +.65 -.49 LeapFrog 10.57 +.34 +.73 LearCorp 62.18 +.99 +1.72 LeggMason 31.00 +.03 -.01 LennarA 33.93 -1.42 -2.11 LeucNatl 26.13 +.38 -.09 Level3 21.28 +.57 +.20 LexRltyTr 11.69 ... +.01 LibtProp 36.97 -.15 +.01 LillyEli 50.58 +.44 +1.46 0MRG2EX   LinkedIn 190.30 +2.12 +12.00 LionsGt g 30.92 +.63 +3.45 LiveNatn 15.95 +.05 +.45 LloydBkg 3.90 +.02 +.06 LockhdM 108.66 +1.46 +.20 LonePine g .35 -.01 +.02 Lorillard s 44.27 -.08 +.59 LaPac 15.24 +.11 +.45 Lowes 42.78 +.46 +1.88 LyonBas A 67.68 +1.18 +1.42

M-N-0 MBIA 13.60 +.42 1('  MFA Fncl 8.17 -.21 MGIC 6.21 +.16 MGM Rsts 15.37 +.44 Macys 49.18 +.70 MagHRes 3.95 +.07 Mallinck n 44.23 +1.13 Manitowoc 19.00 +.48 ManpwrGp 56.79 +2.14 Manulife g 16.38 +.27 MarathnO 35.62 +.45 MarathPet 68.99 -1.74 1:.V+PHVW 

+.29  -.28 +.14 +.59 +1.18 +.30 -1.20 +1.09 +1.99 +.36 +1.04 -2.07 

MktVGold 23.42 -.76 MV OilSvc 44.21 +.73 MV Semi 38.33 +.51 MktVRus 25.19 +.01 MarIntA 41.40 +1.10 MarshM 40.95 +.67 Masco 19.79 -.17 Maximus s 36.00 -.02 McDrmInt 8.55 +.24 McDnlds 99.86 -.49 McGrwH 54.87 +.59 McKesson 115.73 +1.11 1G)[IR1   MeadJohn 69.33 +.48 Mechel 2.84 +.03 MedProp 13.86 -.09 Medtrnic 52.41 +.88 Merck 47.16 +.61 MetLife 47.52 +1.25 MKors 62.97 +.51 1MPPIR1HE   MitsuUFJ 6.44 +.03 MobileTele 18.97 +.45 MolsCoorB 47.65 +.11 Molycorp 5.71 -.23 Monsanto 98.71 +.82 MonstrWw 5.04 +.04 Moodys 60.74 +.70 MorgStan 24.57 +.53 Mosaic 53.75 +.04 MotrlaSolu 57.93 +.67 MuellerWat 7.59 +.23 MurphO 61.59 +.40 NCR Corp 33.43 +.53 NRG Egy 26.14 -.12 NV Energy 23.49 -.02 NYSE Eur 41.22 +.40 Nabors 16.17 +.39 2&+VGIVW   NOilVarco 71.85 +1.54 NatRetPrp 34.80 -.19 2EZMWXEV  2I[3VM)H  2I[6IWHR   NY CmtyB 14.40 +.21 NY Times 12.25 +.27 Newcastle 5.32 +.16 NewellRub 26.12 +.12 NewfldExp 24.51 +.58 NewmtM 27.78 -1.24

-1.07 +1.43 +.64 +.01 +1.03 +1.03 +.38 -1.24 +.37 +.86 +1.68 +1.23  -9.90 -.04 -.46 +1.22 +.71 +1.76 +.95  +.23 +.03 -.21 -.49 +.29 +.13 -.19 +.14 -.06 +.20 +.68 +.70 +.44 -.56 +.03 -.18 +.86  +2.95 +.40    +.40 +1.19 +.09 -.13 +.62 -2.17

NextEraEn NiSource NielsenH NikeB s NobleCorp NobleEn s NokiaCp Nomura Nordstrm NorflkSo NoestUt NthnTEn n NorthropG NStarRlt Novartis Nucor NuverraE OasisPet OcciPet OcwenFn OfficeDpt OfficeMax Oi SA s OldRepub OmegaHlt Omnicom ONEOK OpkoHlth 3VFMX^ OwensCorn OwensIll

79.93 -.19 28.62 ... 34.70 +.76 63.64 +.78 38.60 +.95 62.71 +1.08 4.08 +.15 7.97 +.32 62.04 +1.01 72.33 +.67 41.13 -.25 22.27 -.03 83.95 +1.02 9.18 -.05 70.72 ... 43.85 +.30 3.02 +.06 41.48 +.66 90.83 +1.07 43.74 +1.38 4.14 +.07 10.91 +.21 1.55 ... 13.22 +.23 31.15 -.48 63.50 +1.02 40.00 -.19 7.25 +.07   38.88 -.17 28.33 +.55

-1.55 -.02 +1.11 -.04 +1.02 +2.67 +.34 +.53 +2.10 -.32 -.89 -1.75 +1.15 +.08 +.01 +.53 +.12 +2.61 +1.60 +2.52 +.27 +.68 -.25 +.35 +.13 +.63 -1.31 +.15  -.20 +.54

P-Q-R PBF Egy n PG&E Cp 4,,'SVT PNC PPL Corp Pandora ParkerHan PeabdyE Pengrth g PennWst g Penney PennyMac PepcoHold PepsiCo PetrbrsA 4IXVSFVEW Pfizer

22.77 -.41 44.66 -.31  75.92 +1.95 29.35 -.24 19.94 +.51 97.62 +2.30 14.65 ... 4.81 -.01 10.37 -.41 16.75 +.15 20.91 -.39 19.38 -.10 80.80 +.07 13.45 -.45   27.97 +.32

-3.13 -1.07  +3.00 -.91 +1.54 +2.22 +.01 -.12 -.21 -.33 -.14 -.78 -.99 -1.21  -.04

PhilipMor 87.51 -.24 +.89 Phillips66 57.24 -.44 -1.67 PiedmOfc 18.26 -.03 +.38 Pier 1 23.61 +.17 +.12 PioNtrl 152.55 +3.80 +7.80 PitnyBw 14.38 +.18 -.30 PlainsAA s 55.64 ... -.17 PlumCrk 46.48 +.09 -.19 Potash 38.19 +.01 +.06 PwshDB 25.56 -.06 +.43 PS USDBull 22.90 +.33 +.34 PS SrLoan 24.75 -.01 ... PS SP LwV 31.14 +.13 +.02 PSHYCpBd 18.58 -.18 -.06 PwShPfd 14.05 -.19 -.22 PShEMSov 26.86 -.59 -.45 Praxair 115.69 +.92 +.53 PrecMxNik 16.90 +.30 +.55 PrecDrill 8.79 +.13 +.24 PrinFncl 37.91 +.94 +.46 ProLogis 37.50 +.04 -.22 ProShtS&P 29.10 -.31 -.59 ProUltQQQ 67.75 +.97 +2.49 PrUShQQQ 22.81 -.39 -.90 ProUltSP 79.28 +1.70 +2.55 Pro7-10yrT 50.16 -1.83 -1.92 ProShtR2K 19.97 -.31 -.66 ProUltR2K 63.72 +1.72 +3.82 ProSht20Tr 32.55 +1.14 +1.17 PUltSP500 s65.82 +1.99 +3.36 4V9:\78VW PrUltCrude 34.39 +1.30 +4.28 PrUShCrde 31.72 -1.29 -4.73 4VS9PX7MPZ   ProUShEuro 19.83 +.54 +.54 ProctGam 78.34 -.23 +1.35 ProgsvCp 25.94 +.49 +.52 PrUShSP rs 39.51 -.88 -1.34 PrUShDow 34.25 -.70 -1.07 4V97L0VW  ProUSR2K 16.95 -.47 -1.10 PUSSP500 23.34 -.74 -1.38 Prudentl 75.60 +1.76 +2.57 PSEG 31.66 -.14 -1.00 PulteGrp 18.59 -.56 -.38 QEP Res 29.30 +.70 +1.52 56)RIVK]    Qihoo360 48.30 +1.54 +2.13 QuantaSvc 26.40 +.21 -.06 QstDiag 60.80 +.72 +.17 Questar 23.41 +.20 -.44 QksilvRes 1.65 -.03 -.03 Quiksilvr 6.95 +.16 +.51 Rackspace 41.01 +.80 +3.12 RadianGrp 11.89 +.21 +.27 RadioShk 3.13 +.04 -.03 RangeRs 77.62 +.15 +.30 Raytheon 65.84 +.69 +.27 Realogy n 49.20 -1.35 +1.16 RltyInco 42.66 -.70 +.74 RedHat 48.34 +.49 +.52 RedwdTr 16.90 -.16 -.10 RegalEnt 18.86 +.13 +.96 RgcyCtrs 51.06 +.06 +.25 RegionsFn 10.18 +.30 +.65 6IRI7SPE    Renren 2.94 -.03 -.05 RepubSvc 34.15 +.44 +.21 ResMed 44.91 +.32 -.22 ResrceCap 6.03 -.03 -.12 ReynAmer 48.81 +.21 +.44 RioTinto 39.90 -.56 -1.18 RiteAid 2.77 +.01 -.09 RobtHalf 32.36 +.80 -.87 RockwlAut 86.74 +1.95 +3.60 RockwdH 66.21 +.80 +2.18 Rowan 34.63 +.52 +.56 RBScotlnd 8.34 +.02 -.07 RylCarb 34.25 +.94 +.91 RoyDShllA 63.22 -.19 -.58 RuckusW n 13.67 +.34 +.86 6]PERH   RymanHP 37.55 -.23 -1.46

S-T-U SAIC 13.98 +.14 SAP AG 70.77 -.05 SCANA 48.51 -.05 7/8PGQ  SLGreen 90.49 +.22 SpdrDJIA 151.02 +1.48 SpdrGold 118.09 -2.65 SP Mid 215.82 +2.84 S&P500ETF163.02+1.74 Spdr Div 67.23 +.59 SpdrHome 29.45 -.16 SpdrS&PBk 30.10 +.77 SpdrBarcCv 42.80 +.06 SpdrShTHiY 29.93 -.26 SpdrLehHY 38.99 -.51

+.05 -2.06 -.59  +2.30 +2.47 -1.02 +5.72 +2.60 +.93 +.03 +1.38 +.22 -.12 -.30

SpdrSTCpBd30.52 -.06 SpdrS&P RB35.93 +.98 SpdrRetl 78.59 +1.00 SpdrOGEx 59.95 +.93 SpdrMetM 32.88 -.25 STMicro 9.31 -.01 SABESP s 9.50 -.27 Safeway 24.24 +.66 StJude 46.38 +.78 Saks 14.13 +.21 Salesforc s 38.94 +.39 SandRdge 4.93 +.03 Schlmbrg 74.09 +1.08 Schwab 22.01 +.61 ScorpioTk 9.50 +.15 SeadrillLtd 40.89 +.58 SealAir 25.56 +.60 SempraEn 79.73 -.60 SenHous 26.13 -.02 SensataT 35.09 +.19 ServiceCp 17.98 +.07 ServcNow 43.31 +1.57 ShipFin 14.85 -.06 SiderurNac 2.47 -.11 SilvWhtn g 18.88 -.37 SilvrcpM g 2.58 -.04 SimonProp 159.47 +.49 SmithfF 32.69 -.01 SonyCp 21.76 +.11 Sothebys 39.54 +.47 SouthnCo 43.14 -.26 SthnCopper 26.96 -.37 SwstAirl 12.79 +.08 SwstnEngy 37.91 +.28 SpectraEn 34.86 +.34 SpiritAero 21.91 +.24 SpiritRC n 17.75 -.16 SprintNex 7.16 -.03 SprottSilv 7.42 -.32 SprottGold 10.15 -.20 SP Matls 38.72 +.26 SP HlthC 48.22 +.65 SP CnSt 40.03 +.10 SP Consum 57.77 +.62 SP Engy 79.96 +.98 SPDR Fncl 19.82 +.35 SP Inds 43.30 +.67 SP Tech 31.18 +.20 SP Util 36.90 -.11 StdPac 7.85 -.23 StarwdHtl 65.40 +2.45 StarwdPT 24.73 -.16 StateStr 67.76 +1.95 Statoil ASA 20.43 -.31 StillwtrM 10.68 -.08 StratHotels 8.98 +.20 Stryker 65.23 +1.03 Suncor gs 29.49 -.15 SunEdison 8.50 +.37 SunstnHtl 12.30 +.15 Suntech 1.03 +.02 SunTrst 34.31 +1.39 SupEnrgy 27.28 +.72 Supvalu 6.82 +.11 SwERCmTR 8.16 -.00 SwiftTrans 15.97 +.14 Synovus 3.10 +.13 Sysco 33.94 +.19 T-MoblUS n 23.46 +.41 TCF Fncl 15.32 +.45 TD Ameritr 25.43 +.63 TE Connect 46.70 +.43 TECO 16.71 ... TIM Part 18.04 -.20 TJX 50.92 +.63 TRWAuto 68.73 +2.59 TaiwSemi 18.21 +.09 TalismE g 11.51 +.05 Target 70.25 +.87 TataMotors 23.95 +.54 TeamHlth 39.00 +.27 TeckRes g 20.40 +.04 TelefBrasil 21.29 -.38 TelefEsp 12.73 +.13 Tenaris 43.44 +.21 TenetHlt rs 43.28 -.36 Teradata 51.69 +.30 Teradyn 17.56 +.30 Terex 27.65 +.55 Tesoro 51.28 +.90 TevaPhrm 38.94 +.22 Textron 26.24 +.60 ThermoFis 85.42 +.47 ThomCrk g 2.94 +.01 (7]WW  3M Co 111.54 +2.09 Tiffany 73.44 +.88 TW Cable 112.36 -.09 TimeWarn 61.41 +1.34 Titan Intl 16.44 +.26

-.04 +2.05 +1.98 +1.77 -.28 +.32 -.91 +.58 +.75 +.49 +.76 +.17 +2.43 +.78 +.52 +.15 +1.61 -2.03 +.20 +.19 -.05 +2.92 +.01 -.30 -.79 -.24 +1.55 -.06 +.57 +1.63 -.99 -.66 -.10 +1.38 +.40 +.43 +.03 +.14 -.30 -.09 +.38 +.61 +.36 +1.37 +1.66 +.38 +.66 +.60 -.73 -.48 +2.21 -.02 +2.55 -.26 -.06 +.12 +.55 ... +.33 +.22 ... +2.74 +1.34 +.60 +.19 -.57 +.18 +.06 -1.35 +1.14 +1.14 +1.16 -.48 -.56 +.86 +2.29 +.39 +.08 +1.39 +.51 -2.07 -.97 -1.53 -.08 +3.17 -2.82 +1.46 -.01 +1.35 -1.04 -.26 +.19 +.79 -.09  +2.19 +.60 -.12 +3.59 -.43

TollBros 31.52 -.97 Total SA 48.35 +.16 TotalSys 24.78 +.07 Transocn 47.79 +.40 Travelers 81.34 +.94 8VMRE7SPEV   Trinity 36.89 +.62 TurqHillRs 5.46 -.09 TwoHrbInv 9.86 -.36 TycoIntl s 34.57 +.41 Tyson 26.32 +.29 UBS AG 17.10 +.11 UDR 25.77 -.17 US Airwy 16.84 +.09 US Silica 21.07 -.08 USG 23.49 +.12 UltraPt g 19.89 -.29 UnilevNV 39.67 +.29 UnionPac 157.48 +2.18 UtdContl 31.80 +.57 UtdMicro 2.36 -.06 UPS B 87.54 +1.38 UtdRentals 51.03 +.74 US Bancrp 36.76 +.41 US NGas 19.15 -.09 US OilFd 36.56 +.72 USSteel 18.36 +.18 UtdTech 96.53 +1.80 UtdhlthGp 66.17 +.63 UnivHlthS 63.83 -1.99 UnumGrp 30.48 +.81

-1.11 -.35 +.30 -.16 +1.42  -1.55 -.47 -.39 +1.62 +.64 +.15 +.28 +.42 +.29 +.44 +.07 +.36 +3.20 +.51 +.03 +1.06 +1.12 +.61 +.20 +2.38 +.83 +3.59 +.69 -3.13 +1.11

V-W-X-Y-Z Vale SA 12.63 -.11 Vale SA pf 11.58 +.11 ValeantPh 88.77 -.73 ValeroE 33.85 +.16 Validus 34.75 +.10 VlyNBcp 9.85 +.30 VangSTBd 79.76 -.25 VangTotBd 79.91 -.90 VangdHlth 20.78 +.07 VangTSM 84.28 +.89 VanS&P500 74.67 +.82 VangREIT 68.83 -.33 VangDivAp 67.22 +.67 VangAllW 44.41 +.14 VangEmg 37.72 -.18 VangEur 48.39 +.12 VangFTSE 35.92 +.15 Vantiv 27.51 +.03 Ventas 68.04 -1.18 VeriFone 16.91 +.16 VerizonCm 51.30 +.29 VimpelCm 9.97 +.18 Visa 190.79 +3.75 VishayInt 14.43 +.34 VMware 66.51 +.92 Vornado 84.44 +.29 WPX Engy 18.94 +.07 WalMart 75.21 +.45 Walgrn 44.25 +.13 WalterEn 10.34 -.17 WsteMInc 40.75 +.57 WeathfIntl 13.93 +.09 WebsterFn 26.82 +.59 WeinRlt 31.26 +.09 WellPoint 81.96 +.87 WellsFargo 42.07 +.85 ;WX%WX1XK  WstnRefin 26.81 +.21 WstnUnion 17.04 +.12 Weyerhsr 28.31 -.15 Whrlpl 114.50 -.49 WhiteWv n 17.05 +.34 WhitingPet 49.15 +.76 WmsCos 32.68 -.14 Wipro 7.43 +.11 WiscEngy 40.27 -.03 WTJpHedg 47.97 +1.03 WT EmEq 47.42 -.06 WT India 15.87 -.10 Wyndham 58.94 +2.11 XL Grp 30.65 +.40 XcelEngy 28.10 -.16 Xerox 9.44 +.16 Xylem 27.98 +.35 Yamana g 9.28 -.45 Yelp 34.99 +.54 =MRKPM+VR   YoukuTud 19.05 +.66 YumBrnds 71.66 +.54 ZaleCp 8.75 -.04 Zimmer 76.32 +.90 Zoetis n 30.17 +.89

-.52 -.58 +2.69 -.92 -1.37 +.38 -.23 -.80 +.04 +1.61 +1.33 +.11 +1.02 +.19 -1.08 +.26 +.32 -.09 -1.42 +.10 +.96 -.09 +8.04 +.54 -.48 +1.59 ... +.72 +.05 -.06 +.42 +.23 +1.14 +.49 +.12 +.80  -1.26 -.07 -.18 +.14 +.80 +3.06 +.21 +.15 -.72 +2.36 -.91 -.33 +1.71 +.33 -.24 +.37 +1.04 -.23 +.22  -.14 +2.32 -.35 +1.38 -.72

NYSE MKT EXCHANGE Name AbdAsPac AbdAustEq AbdGlbInc %HZ4LSX %PI\GS6K AlldNevG AlmadnM g AmApparel %Q(+)R AmpioPhm Argan AskanoG g AtlatsaR g Augusta g %ZEPR6EVI B2gold g Bacterin &ERVSK BarcUBS36 BarcGSOil BrcIndiaTR &MS8MQI &MVOW1]V

Last 6.00 9.58 10.64   5.73 1.38 1.88  5.91 15.38 2.20 .19 2.16  2.21 .53  36.86 24.06 53.04  

Wk Chg Chg -.17 -.20 +.08 -.08 -.29 -.41     -.23 -.75 -.05 -.03 +.07 -.04   +.01 +.14 +.07 -.22 +.03 +.10 -.01 -.02 ... +.06   -.02 +.33 ... +.08   -.28 +.37 +.51 +1.71 -.32 -.48    

BlkMuIT2 BlkMunvst &VMKYW+K BritATob CAMAC En 'EVHIVSK CardiumTh 'EWXPI&V CelSci CFCda g CentGold g 'LIRMIVI)R CheniereE 'LM%VQ1X 'LM+IRK1 ClaudeR g CloughGA CloughGEq ClghGlbOp 'SQWXO1R Contango 'SV1IHM\ CornstProg CornstTR CornerstStr

14.24 -.16 -.42 9.75 -.20 -.40    104.70 +.62 +1.76 .59 -.01 +.02    .07 -.00 -.00    .21 -.00 -.00 13.40 -.43 -.20 43.52 -1.13 -.68    29.50 -.06 -.39       .22 -.01 -.00 15.29 +.12 +.14 15.30 +.21 +.33 13.08 +.06 +.21    35.89 +1.16 +2.14    5.74 -.02 -.05 6.92 -.05 -.06 7.24 -.19 -.07

CrSuisInco CrSuiHiY DejourE g DenisnM g DocuSec EV CAMu EV LtdDur EVMuniBd ElephTalk EmrldO rs EurasnM g EvolPetrol ExeterR gs Fibrocell rs FTEgyInco FrkStPrp FrTmpLtd GamGldNR Gastar grs GenMoly GigOptics GoldResrc +SPHIR1MR GoldStr g GldFld

3.65 3.00 .20 1.16 1.80 10.51 15.14 11.45 .63 7.20 1.20 10.90 .74 6.00 33.27 13.40 12.75 9.65 3.03 1.81 1.22 8.36  .44 2.28

-.08 -.07 +.00 -.03 -.02 -.30 -.16 -.21 -.01 +.05 -.04 +.13 +.03 -.11 -.09 -.11 -.11 -.18 +.05 -.01 ... -.34  -.02 +.04

-.16 -.12 +.00 -.02 -.50 -.42 -.81 -.53 +.04 +.34 -.01 -.01 +.03 -.12 -.71 +.20 -.69 -.11 +.36 -.06 -.09 -.35  +.02 +.11

GranTrra g +X4ER7MPZK ,IQMWTLV\ ,SSTIV, HstnAEn iShIndia bt iBio ImmunoCll ImpOil gs InovioPhm InspMD n Intellichk -RX8S[IVK InvAdvMu2 IsoRay /MQFIV6K 0EH8LEP*R LkShrGld g Lannett Libbey LucasEngy 1%+7PZK MGT Cap MadCatz g MastThera

6.05    .27 22.88 .48 2.07 39.03 .85 2.30 .32  11.37 .54   .32 12.76 25.51 1.35  4.90 .47 .44

-.03 +.04       -.01 -.00 -.22 -.60 +.02 +.06 +.03 +.13 -.05 +.82 ... +.05 +.09 +.09 -.01 +.02   -.22 -.42 +.01 +.06     +.01 +.01 +.21 +.85 +.91 +1.54 +.04 +.06   -.05 -.25 +.00 +.04 -.01 +.01

1IIX1I Metalico MdwGold g MincoG g NTS Inc NavideaBio NeoStem NeuB HYld NBRESec Neuralstem Nevsun g NwGold g NA Pall g NDynMn g NthnO&G NovaGld g NCaAMTFr NuvDiv2 NuvDiv3 NvDivAdv NNYAmtF NuvAmtFr NMuHiOp NuvREst 3VMIRX4ET

25 E. Calhoun Street Sumter, SC (803) 775-1168 INSURANCE

Robbie Nalley

 1.26 1.00 .20 1.50 2.80 .57 12.63 4.83 1.48 2.91 6.52 1.03 2.00 13.88 2.00 12.84 13.63 12.92 12.85 13.05 12.66 12.37 11.68 

 -.03 +.04 +.01 +.03 +.04 +.01 -.37 +.01 +.02 -.08 -.09 -.01 -.02 +.20 -.08 -.21 -.16 -.20 -.20 -.10 -.17 -.17 -.13 

 +.06 +.06 +.05 -.07 +.13 +.01 -.19 +.01 -.01 -.04 +.10 +.04 -.09 +.54 -.11 -.65 -.32 -.33 -.50 -.23 -.22 -.31 -.22 

Qlogic 10.50 +.06 Qualcom 60.95 +.04 QualitySys 19.31 +.08 Questcor 46.64 +.74 RF MicD 5.37 -.01 Rambus 9.40 +.19 Randgold 61.88 -2.58 6IEP+7SPEV   Regenrn 233.48 +.55 RschMotn 9.55 -.10 RevolutnL 3.75 +.11 RigelPh 3.55 +.08 RiverbedT 15.89 +.21 RockwllM 3.42 -.07 RosettaR 44.78 +1.19 RossStrs 66.12 +.73 Rovi Corp 22.76 +.16 RoyGld 41.78 -1.39

+.94 -.14 +.60 +1.20 +.03 +.81 -2.12  +8.60 -.91 -.25 +.21 +.33 -.19 +2.26 +1.31 -.08 -.10

OrionEngy OverhillF OwensRM n ParaG&S ParkCity PhrmAth PlatGpMet 4SP]1IXK ProlorBio Protalix Quaterra g RareEle g ReavesUtl Rentech RevettMin RexahnPh Richmnt g 6YFMGSRK 7EQW3 + SandstG g SaratogaRs 7MPZIV&YPP SilvrCrst g SprottRL g SynergyRs

2.37 4.98 9.25 1.17 7.60 1.57 .88  6.39 5.10 .09 1.86 24.75 2.17 .65 .46 1.41   5.72 1.56  1.44 1.19 7.29

+.02 +.03 +.14 +.04 +.15 ... -.03  +.02 +.02 ... +.03 -.30 +.07 -.01 -.00 -.04   -.25 -.04  -.01 -.03 ...

-.11 +.03 ... -.02 +.02 -.02 -.02  +.10 +.19 -.00 -.10 -.62 +.07 +.00 +.01 -.11   -.13 +.03  +.05 -.07 -.03

T3 Mot wtI T3 Motion TanzRy g Taseko Tengsco TherapMD TimberlnR Timmins g TrnsatlPet TriangPet 9518IGL US Geoth USAntimny Univ Insur Ur-Energy Uranerz UraniumEn VangTotW VantageDrl VirnetX VistaGold WFAdvInco WFAdMSec WidePoint >&&)RK]

.05 .04 2.62 1.90 .51 2.62 .19 2.19 .75 7.23  .37 1.10 7.30 1.27 1.21 2.13 52.10 1.99 19.41 .94 8.90 14.28 .80 

... +.00 +.02 -.01 +.01 +.05 +.00 -.02 -.02 +.07  +.00 -.05 +.22 -.04 +.02 +.04 +.37 -.01 -.28 -.04 -.23 -.11 -.01 

+.02 +.00 -.08 +.02 -.01 -.41 +.02 +.01 +.06 +.22  +.02 -.01 +.22 -.07 +.11 +.34 +.59 -.05 -.58 -.03 -.57 -.38 -.02 

NASDAQ NATIONAL MARKET Wk Last Chg Chg A-B-C ASML Hld 82.10 +2.42 +2.99 Aastrom h .37 +.01 -.03 Abraxas 2.08 +.04 -.02 AcadiaPh 18.04 +.13 -.11 Accuray 5.68 +.05 -.06 AcelRx 10.29 +.19 +1.02 Achillion 6.19 -.11 -1.99 ActivsBliz 14.66 +.30 +.40 AcuraPhm 1.93 -.06 +.05 Acxiom 24.64 +.34 +1.96 AdobeSy 47.00 +.58 +1.44 Adtran 25.28 +.20 +.66 Affymetrix 4.70 +.08 +.26 AkamaiT 43.03 +.34 +.48 AlbnyMlc 13.35 +.59 +1.48 Alexion 96.45 +.41 +4.21 AlignTech 38.39 +.61 +1.35 Alkermes 29.20 -.01 +.52 AllscriptH 13.62 +.38 +.68 AlnylamP 37.82 +1.16 +6.82 AlteraCp lf 33.69 +.43 +.70 Amarin 5.96 +.13 +.16 Amazon 285.88 +1.85 +8.19 Ambrlla n 17.23 +.16 +.40 %'ET%K]   AmCapLtd 12.68 -.06 +.01 %'ET1XK   ARltCapPr 14.26 -.24 -.92 AmSupr 2.63 +.12 -.01 Amgen 97.64 +1.83 -1.02 AmkorTch 4.28 -.01 +.07 AnalogDev 46.21 +.53 +1.15 AntaresP 4.45 +.18 +.29 AntheraP h .49 -.01 +.03 ApolloGrp 17.94 +.27 +.22 ApolloInv 7.93 +.15 +.19 Apple Inc 417.42 -3.38 +20.89 ApldMatl 15.22 +.22 +.30 AMCC 8.89 +.13 +.09 Approach 26.89 +.39 +2.32 ArenaPhm 7.00 -.16 -.70 Name

AresCap 17.17 -.04 AriadP 19.40 +.13 ArmHld 38.04 +.24 ArrayBio 4.97 +.06 Arris 14.71 +.33 ArubaNet 16.18 +.33 AscenaRtl 18.10 +.11 %WGIRX7SPL   AsscdBanc 16.60 +.44 AstexPhm 4.49 +.06 athenahlth 87.75 +2.91 Atmel 7.55 +.03 Autodesk 34.16 +.67 AutoData 70.75 +.51 AvagoTch 38.81 +.22 AvanirPhm 4.26 -.02 AVEO Ph 2.51 +.04 %ZMW&YHK  BBCN Bcp 15.58 +.43 B/E Aero 64.06 +.96 BGC Ptrs 6.12 +.14 BMC Sft 45.34 +.14 Baidu 91.52 +2.30 BedBath 72.76 +.82 BiogenIdc 221.65 +4.15 BioMarin 59.63 +.29 BioScrip 16.53 +.13 BloominB n 26.00 +.40 BostPrv 11.23 +.21 BreitBurn 15.24 -.23 Broadcom 33.77 +.36 BrcdeCm 5.98 +.24 BrukerCp 16.36 +.45 CA Inc 28.26 +.21 CBOE 47.43 +.46 CH Robins 57.40 +1.03 CME Grp s 77.61 +1.90 Cadence 15.11 +.52 'HR7SPEV   CapFedFn 12.25 +.05 CpstnTurb 1.23 +.01 'EVHMS2IX   CareerEd 3.17 +.11 Carrizo 30.06 +.56 Catamarn s 47.38 +.07

-.03 +1.91 +1.82 +.43 +.36 +.82 +.65  +1.05 +.38 +3.02 +.21 +.22 +1.89 +1.43 -.34 +.01  +1.36 +.98 +.23 +.21 -3.08 +1.81 +6.45 +3.89 +.03 +1.12 +.59 -3.01 -.03 +.22 +.21 -.36 +.79 +1.09 +1.66 +.63  +.11 +.06  +.27 +1.73 -1.38

Celgene 122.48 +1.55 CellTher rs 1.03 ... 'IPPHI\8L  Celsion 1.15 -.04 CEurMed 3.13 -.01 CentAl 9.05 -.08 Cerner s 49.84 +1.28 CharterCm 127.38 -.26 ChkPoint 51.45 +1.44 ChelseaTh 2.50 +.01 CienaCorp 19.96 +.35 CinnFin 46.64 +.32 Cirrus 18.08 -.02 Cisco 24.57 -.02 CitrixSys 63.36 +1.46 CleanEngy 13.46 +.18 'PIERXIGL   Clearwire 5.00 ... CognizTech 65.26 +.50 Comcast 41.70 +.55 Comc spcl 39.90 +.43 Compuwre 10.65 +.26 Copart 31.96 +.58 CorinthC 2.40 +.06 Costco 111.76 +.85 CowenGp 3.00 ... Cree Inc 69.24 +2.14 Crocs 17.06 +.22 Ctrip.com 32.14 +.21 CubistPh 54.12 +1.64 CypSemi 10.95 +.13 Cytokinet rs 12.81 +.51

+5.50 -.02  +.13 -.18 -.23 +1.79 +3.53 +1.77 +.20 +.53 +.72 +.72 +.41 +3.00 +.26  +.01 +2.62 +.15 +.43 +.31 +1.16 +.16 +1.19 +.11 +5.41 +.56 -.49 +5.83 +.22 +1.24

D-E-F Delcath h Dell Inc Dndreon Dentsply DirecTV DiscComA DishNetwk DollarTree DonlleyRR DrmWksA DryShips

.39 13.03 4.48 41.83 63.64 81.12 42.98 53.00 14.31 26.35 1.80

+.01 -.28 +.18 +.69 +.56 +.50 +.34 +.94 -.29 +.25 -.01

+.02 -.29 +.36 +.87 +2.00 +3.88 +.46 +2.16 +.30 +.69 -.07

Dunkin 44.43 +.49 (YVIGX'T   DyaxCp 3.97 +.14 Dynavax 1.08 +.02 E-Trade 13.16 +.30 eBay 53.85 +.68 EaglRkEn 7.45 -.04 ErthLink 6.48 +.04 EstWstBcp 28.80 +.70 Ebix Inc 9.65 -.03 Ecotality 1.40 -.05 8x8 Inc 8.53 +.10 ElectArts 23.83 +.52 EndoPhrm 39.04 +1.36 Endologix 14.07 +.25 EngyXXI 24.07 +1.01 Entegris 9.74 +.26 Equinix 185.67 +1.40 Ericsson 11.36 -.07 ExactSci h 14.10 +.15 Exelixis 4.88 +.22 Expedia 62.88 +1.20 ExpdIntl 38.52 +.54 ExpScripts 62.95 +.58 F5 Netwks 69.19 -.13 FLIR Sys 27.91 +.44 Facebook 24.37 -.15 Fastenal 45.81 +.52 FifthStFin 10.57 ... FifthThird 18.67 +.30 Finisar 17.18 +.48 FinLine 21.73 +.20 FstNiagara 10.41 +.22 FstSolar 46.40 +.85 FstMerit 21.20 +.63 FiveBelw n 36.63 -.22 Flextrn 7.78 +.03 FormFac 6.69 +.19 Fortinet 18.24 +.26 Fossil Grp 106.82 +1.58 FosterWhl 21.28 +.31 Francesca 27.29 +.14 FreshMkt 51.06 +.46 FrontierCm 3.98 +.02 FuelCellE 1.38 +.02

+1.61  +.51 -.02 +.50 +2.13 -.42 +.27 +1.30 +.39 -.15 +.29 +.84 +2.25 +.79 +1.90 +.36 +.95 +.08 +.19 +.34 +2.73 +.48 +1.21 +.39 +.94 -.51 +.02 +.12 +.62 +.23 -.13 +.34 +1.59 +1.17 -.21 +.04 -.06 +.74 +3.51 -.43 -.50 +1.34 -.07 +.10

FultonFncl 12.07 +.33 +.59

G-H-I GT AdvTc 4.19 +.02 +.04 GalenaBio 2.10 -.03 -.12 Garmin 35.34 +.26 -.83 Gentex 23.78 +.45 +.87 GeronCp 1.53 +.05 +.03 Gevo 2.12 -.04 +.09 GileadSci s 53.32 +1.34 +2.05 GlbSpcMet 11.03 +.03 +.16 GluMobile 2.55 -.03 +.34 GolLNGLtd 31.51 +.60 -.38 Goodyear 15.86 +.48 +.56 Google 893.49 +7.06 +13.12 GreenMtC 72.83 +.44 -2.39 Grifols rs 29.94 +.37 +1.46 Groupon 9.12 -.02 +.57 GulfportE 50.80 +1.29 +3.71 HD Supp n 19.61 +.23 +.82 Halozyme 8.04 +.35 +.09 HancHld 32.31 +.65 +2.24 ,ER[LE7SP    Harmonic 6.55 +.08 +.20 Hasbro 46.61 +.58 +1.78 HawHold 6.25 +.02 +.14 Healthwys 15.60 -.09 -1.78 HercOffsh 7.28 +.19 +.24 HimaxTch 5.69 +.19 +.47 Hologic 19.44 +.41 +.14 HmeLnSvc 23.21 -.26 -.76 HomeAway 31.51 -.05 -.83 HudsCity 9.57 +.22 +.40 HudsonTc 2.48 -.10 -.71 HuntJB 74.77 +1.47 +2.53 HuntBncsh 8.50 +.30 +.63 IAC Inter 47.59 +.87 +.01 iRobot 40.39 +1.87 +.62 iSh ACWI 50.42 +.31 +.42 iShNsdqBio182.22 +3.47 +8.34 IdenixPh 3.43 -.01 -.18 Illumina 75.28 +1.92 +.44 -QYRS+R    -QYRQH    ImpaxLabs 20.36 +.47 +.42

Incyte Infinera InfinityPh Informat Insmed IntgDv Intel Inteliqunt s InterDig InterMune Intersil Intuit IridiumCm IronwdPh -WMW Ixia

23.69 +.54 11.25 +.35 15.95 -.51 36.45 +1.20 10.34 +.28 8.49 +.27 24.06 +.30 5.90 +.08 38.62 +.63 10.00 +.30 7.64 ... 62.55 +.17 8.12 -.05 10.48 +.48  17.98 +.22

+1.69 +.58 -.24 +1.47 -1.62 +.55 -.17 +.15 -6.03 +.38 -.16 +1.51 +.36 +.55  -.42

J-K-L .%7SPEVVW    JDS Uniph 14.90 +.38 +.51 JazzPhrm 72.12 +2.27 +3.39 JetBlue 6.24 +.08 -.05 JiveSoftw 17.83 -.19 -.34 KLA Tnc 56.47 +1.40 +.74 KandiTech 5.12 -.11 -.50 KeryxBio 7.98 +.06 +.51 KraftFGp n 55.24 -.27 -.63 KratosDef 6.57 +.07 +.09 LKQ Cp s 26.15 +.16 +.40 LSI Corp 7.38 +.14 +.24 LamResrch 45.98 +.73 +1.64 LeapWirlss 7.33 +.26 +.60 LexiPhrm 2.38 +.08 +.21 LibGlobA 76.97 -.02 +3.48 LibGlobC 72.37 +.07 +4.48 LibMed A n 129.56 +.35 +2.80 LibtyIntA 23.50 +.21 +.49 LifeTech 74.22 +.16 +.22 Lifevantge 2.58 -.05 +.26 LinearTch 37.61 +.65 +.77 LinnEngy 23.45 +.66 -9.73 LinnCo n 26.64 -.31 -10.63 lululemn gs 63.55 -.95 -1.95

M-N-0 MannKd 6.98 +.11 +.48 MarvellT 12.03 +.10 +.32 Mattel 45.69 +.76 +.38 MaximIntg 27.87 +.15 +.09 MediCo 32.79 +1.30 +2.03 Medivatn s 55.55 +1.38 +6.35 MelcoCrwn 22.51 +.57 +.15 MentorGr 19.57 +.41 +.02 MerrimkP 7.00 +.03 +.26 Microchp 38.23 +.43 +.98 MicronT 14.31 +.17 -.02 MicrosSys 44.79 +.98 +1.64 Microsoft 34.21 +.20 -.34 Mindspeed 3.44 +.04 +.20 Mondelez 28.78 +.20 +.25 MonstrBev 60.59 +.34 -.24 Mylan 30.84 +.37 -.19 MyriadG 28.86 +.37 +1.99 2--,PHK    NPS Phm 16.40 +.48 +1.29 NXP Semi 32.35 +.71 +1.33 Nanosphere 3.16 -.01 +.09 NasdOMX 33.30 +.58 +.51 NatPenn 11.09 +.45 +.93 NektarTh 12.00 +.02 +.45 NetApp 38.77 +.46 +.99 Netflix 225.10 +4.19 +14.01 Neurcrine 14.00 +.29 +.62 2=1XK8V    NwLead hlf .22 +.01 +.03 2I[W'T%R   NewsCpB n 15.61 +.64 +.23 NexstarB 36.32 +.77 +.86 Noodles n 44.32 -.68 +7.57 NorTrst 60.34 +1.51 +2.44 NthfldBc s 11.85 +.24 +.13 NwstBcsh 14.26 +.27 +.75 2SZEZE\    NuanceCm 19.04 +.20 +.64 NutriSyst 11.24 -.18 -.54 Nvidia 14.24 +.11 +.20 OCZ Tech 1.66 -.01 +.21 OReillyAu 115.75 +1.19 +3.13

OceanRig 18.69 +.09 -.04 OmniVisn 18.20 ... -.45 OnSmcnd 8.38 +.30 +.30 Oncothyr 1.75 +.02 +.18 OnyxPh 136.03 +2.51 +49.21 OptimerPh 15.59 +.41 +1.12 Oracle 31.19 +.49 +.48 Orexigen 5.87 +.17 +.03 Outerwall 61.87 +1.60 +3.19 Overstk 25.65 -.50 -2.55

P-Q-R PDL Bio 7.90 +.10 PLX Tch 4.92 +.17 PMC Sra 6.49 +.13 PTC Inc 25.82 +.40 Paccar 54.37 +.90 PacSunwr 3.92 +.02 PanASlv 11.39 -.31 ParkerVsn 4.80 +.01 Patterson 37.97 +.23 PattUTI 21.17 +.66 Paychex 37.61 +.45 PnnNGm 52.80 +.70 PeopUtdF 15.20 +.21 PeregrinP 1.48 -.01 PerfectWld 18.86 +.20 PetSmart 68.43 +.14 Pharmacyc 86.99 +2.49 PilgrimsP 15.34 +.65 4PYK4S[VL   Polycom 10.65 +.09 Popular 31.80 +.80 Power-One 6.34 +.02 PwShs QQQ72.58 +.55 PranaBio 2.78 -.04 PriceTR 75.37 +1.31 PrivateB 23.56 +.80 ProUPQQQ 70.27 +1.52 ProgrsSoft 24.24 +.47 PrUPShQQQ27.19 -.61 ProspctCap 10.76 ... ProspGlRs .10 -.00 QIAGEN 19.72 -.02 QlikTech 29.28 +.93

+.18 +.16 +.14 +1.29 +.71 +.30 -.25 +.25 +.37 +1.82 +1.10 -.12 +.30 +.19 +1.44 +1.44 +7.52 +.40  +.12 +1.43 +.02 +1.31 +.46 +2.17 +2.34 +3.89 +1.23 -1.59 -.04 +.01 -.19 +1.01

S-T-U SBA Com SEI Inv SLM Cp STEC SalixPhm SanDisk 7ERK&MS Santarus Sapient Sarepta rs SeagateT SearsHldgs SeattGen SelCmfrt Semtech Sequenom SvcSource SigmaAld Slcnware SilvStd g Sina Sinclair SiriusXM SkywksSol SmithWes

73.76 -.22 28.90 +.73 22.99 +.10 6.75 ... 67.05 +1.17 61.84 +.43   21.98 +.38 13.52 +.41 40.67 +1.06 45.72 +.62 42.13 -.11 34.91 +1.39 25.46 +.14 34.40 +.84 4.39 +.10 10.00 +.19 81.29 +.39 6.23 -.02 6.16 -.13 55.17 +.05 29.59 +.12 3.38 -.09 21.85 +.04 10.25 +.16

-.36 +.47 +.13 +.03 +.90 +.74  +.93 +.46 +2.63 +.89 +.05 +3.45 +.41 -.63 +.18 +.68 +.87 -.04 -.18 -.56 +.22 +.03 -.04 +.27

SodaStrm 67.63 +.45 -5.02 Sohu.cm 64.13 +2.34 +2.51 SolarCity n 38.09 +.60 +.34 SonicCorp 15.46 +.59 +.91 Sonus 2.98 ... -.03 SpectPh 7.88 +.04 +.42 Splunk 49.32 +.91 +2.96 Spreadtrm 26.15 -.17 ... Staples 15.98 +.08 +.11 StarScient 1.54 +.03 +.15 Starbucks 67.72 +.42 +2.21 Starz A h 21.99 +.62 -.11 StlDynam 15.13 -.04 +.22 7XVEXEW]W   7YR4S[IV   SusqBnc 13.66 +.42 +.81 SwisherHy .95 -.03 +.09 Symantec 23.02 +.66 +.54 Synaptics 39.12 +.11 +.56 SynrgyPh 4.05 -.14 -.27 Synopsys 36.11 +.56 +.36 SyntaPhm 5.04 -.03 +.05 THL Credit 14.98 -.06 -.21 tw telecom 29.72 +.73 +1.58 TakeTwo 15.70 +.27 +.73 TearLab 11.06 -.20 +.44 Tellabs 2.09 +.03 +.12 TeslaMot 120.09 +4.85 +12.73 TexInst 36.00 +.53 +1.15 Theravnce 39.56 +1.14 +1.03 Thoratec 32.41 +.34 +1.10 ThrshdPhm 5.43 -.13 +.17 TibcoSft 22.12 +.36 +.72 TiVo Inc 11.29 -.02 +.24 TrimbleN s 27.37 +.69 +1.38 TripAdvis 61.70 +.91 +.83 TriQuint 7.19 +.09 +.26 TriusTher 8.28 +.09 +.18 21stCFoxA 30.39 +.74 +1.62 21stCFoxB 30.32 +.57 +1.35 UTiWrldwd 16.27 +.45 -.20 UltaSalon 100.23 +1.57 +.11 Umpqua 16.03 +.55 +1.02 9RM4M\IP    Unilife 3.38 +.04 +.21

UtdOnln 7.82 +.08 +.24 UtdTherap 67.21 +1.11 +1.39 UrbanOut 41.04 +.67 +.82

V-W-X-Y-Z VCA Ant ValueClick VandaPhm VangNatR VanSTCpB VanTIntBd Velti

25.81 25.04 8.50 25.57 78.77 49.34 1.31

+.12 -.28 +.66 +.33 -.01 +.42 -.61 -2.33 -.37 -.33 -.24 -.02 -.02

m

W C W R W ; Q W MD W C WD W W W W m W m W OM RC Ww

Q

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

                                                        

1MH'ET-H\-4  1MH'T  1MH'T%HQP  1MH'T-WX  1MH'T7KP  1SVK  1SVK%HQP  1Y,=%HQP  1Y-RX  1Y-RX%HQP  1Y08%HQP  1Y0XH  1Y0XH%HQP  1Y7LX%HQP  2=08%HQP  4%08%HQP  4VIG1XPW  4VQGT  4VQGT%HQP  4VQGT'SV-  6)-8-H\  6)-8-H\%H  6)-8-H\-RWX  6)-8-H\7K  78&SRH  78&SRH%HQ  78&SRH7KP  78'SV  78*IH%HQP  78+VEHI%H  78-+VEHI-  78WV]%HQP  7IP:EPY  7Q'ET-H\  7Q'ET-H\-4  7Q'T-H%HQ  7Q'T-H-WX  7Q'T-RH\7KRP 7Q+XL-H\  7Q+XL-WX  7Q:EP-H\  7XEV  7XVEXKG)U  8KX6I  8KX6I  8KX6I  8KX6I  8KX6I  8KX6I  8KX6I  8KX6I  8KX6IX-RG  8KXIX  8SX&H%HQP  8SX&H-RWX  8SX&H1O-RZ  8SX&H1O7MK 

                                                        

8SX-RXP

 

8SX7X-%HQ

 

8SX7X--RW

 

8SX7X-7MK

 

8SX7X-H\

 

8\1'ET%HQ   8\1+-%HQ

 

8\17'%HQ   97+VS

 

:EP-H\%HQ

 

:EP-H\-RW

 

:EP-H\7MK

 

:H,M(MZ-\

 

;IPPW-

 

;IPPW-%HQ

 

;IPPXR

 

;IPPXR%HQ

 

;RHW--%HQ   ;RHWV

 

;RHWV%HQP   ;RHWV--

 

:MVXYW )QK1OXW-W

 

1YP77X%Q

 

;EHHIPP 6IIH%HZ %WWIX7XV%Q   'SVI-RZ%Q   7GM8IGL%Q   ;IPPW*EVKS +V-

 

+VS[XL%HQ   9P781-R-





;IWXIVR%WWIX 1KH1YRM%Q   ;MPPMEQ&PEMV -RXP+V-H

 

=EGOXQER *SGYWIHH

 

=EGOXQERH  


Classified lassified

CLASSIFIEDS

SUNDAY, JULY 07, 2013

THE ITEM

D3

WWW.THEITEM.COM ITEM.COM

DEADLINES

11:30 a.m. the day before for Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday & Friday edition. 9:30 a.m. Friday for Saturday’s edition. 11:30 a.m. Friday for Sunday’s edition.

803.774.1234

OR TO PLACE YOUR AD ONLINE GO TO WWW.THE ITEM.COM/PLACEMYAD LEGAL NOTICES Legal Notice Reward up to $10,000 Any information on the vandalism of an Inactive Business during the day time, front of 3 other business, Address: 7840 Myrtle Beach Hwy, Sumter, SC 29051 near I-95, exit 135 & 378 intersection. Someone must know who has done this. Offering a $5000.00 reward for anyone who leads to the Arrest, & Prosecution. Please call (215) 245 0560, & Email MyrtleBeachInn@Gmail.com Or you may contact Investigation Wyatt at 803 436 2014.

Bid Notices

Wayne Turner Modernization Coordinator (803) 774-7315

BID NOTICE CNA Construction, Inc, is soliciting bids for Minority contractors and/or suppliers. The project is for The High Hills Rural Water Co. located in Sumter County and consists of the following: Booster pump station with pumps, piping and valves, SCADA system, painting services, erosion control, 8" and 12" PVC pipe. If interested please contact us at 803-495-8988 or email us at betsy@ftc-i.net.

BID NOTICE Sumter will receive sealed BIDS for Lawn Maintenance for all complexes on Tuesday July 16, 2013 until 10:00am at the Central Office located at 15 Caldwell Street, Sumter, South Carolina at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids shall be in sealed envelope labeled as follows: BIDS SUBMITTED FROM: FOR: LAWN MAINTENACE DATE/TIME of BIDS OPENING: Tuesday July 16, 2013 AT 10:00am Proposed forms of contract documents, including specifications are available at the maintenance office located at 15 Caldwell Street. Attention is called to the Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Provisions and Requirements of all contracts entered into by the Housing Authority of Sumter. All bids will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, nationally, origin, age, martial or veteran status, the presence of a non-job related medical condition, or handicap, or any other legally protected status. The Housing Authority of Sumter reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to waive any information in the bidding process.

Summons & Notice

Summons & Notice

Home Improvements

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an action has been commenced and is pending, or is about to be commenced, in the Court of Common Pleas between the above-named Plaintiff against the above-named Defendants to foreclose on a Mortgage given by Edsel V. Whitaker, Sr. to Sumter National Bank n/k/a First Citizens Bank and Trust Company, Inc., the Plaintiff herein dated June 26, 2006 and recorded June 30, 2006 in the Office of the Register of Deeds for Richland County in Book 1034 at Page 1359.

served upon you, and to serve a copy of your Answer upon the subscribers at their offices located at 1900 Barnwell Street, Post Office Drawer 7788, Columbia, South Carolina 29202, within thirty (30) days after the date of such service, exclusive of the day of service; except that the United States of America, if named, shall have sixty (60) days to answer after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and if you fail to answer the said Complaint within the time aforesaid, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint.

Vinyl Siding & Home Improvement by David Brown. Vinyl replacement windows & seamless gutters. 803-236-9296

Bid Notices No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of thirty (30) days, subsequent to the opening of the bids without the consent of the Housing Authority of Sumter.

Summons & Notice AMENDED LIS PENDENS (Foreclosure) (Non-Jury) IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS C/A NO.: 2012-LP-43-11837 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF SUMTER First Citizens Bank and Trust Company, Inc., as Successor in Interest to Sumter National Bank, Plaintiff, v. The Estate of Edsel V. Whitaker, Sr.; James V. Whitaker and Edsel Whitaker, Jr. as Trustees of the Whitaker Trust and as Personal Representatives of the Estate, Katita Chester, Jan Whitaker, Joy Whitaker, National Bank of South Carolina n/k/a NBSC, a division of Synovus Bank; First Palmetto Savings Bank, F.S.B.; Enterprise Bank of South Carolina, Department of the Treasury - Internal Revenue Service, John Doe and Jane Doe, who are fictitious names, representing all of the unknown heirs of Edsel V. Whitaker, Sr., and Richard Roe and Mary Roe, who are fictitious names, representing all other persons unknown claiming any right, title, estate, interest or lien upon the subject real estate, Defendants.

We will be happy to change your ad if an error is made; however we are not responsible for errors after the first run day. We shall not be liable for any loss or expense that results from the printing or omission of an advertisement. We reserve the right to edit, refuse or cancel any ad at any time.

All that certain piece, parcel or lot of land, with the improvements thereon, situate, lying, and being in the City of Sumter, County of Sumter, State of South Carolina, designated as Lot No. 1 on a plat of Huntington Subdivision, Phase 1, prepared by L.M. Coleman, III, dated August 26, 1983, and revised April 23, 1984, and recorded with the Register of Deeds for Sumter County in Plat Book Z-48 at Page 400. Pursuant to Section 30+-5-250 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina, (1976, as amended), reference to said plat is hereby made for the metes, bounds, courses and/or distances of the property delineated thereon. This property is known as 900 Gray Fox Trail and is shown on the Auditor's Tax Map of Sumter County as Parcel 226-01-03-007. This being the same property conveyed to Edsel V. Whitaker, Sr. by deed of Edsel V. Whitaker, Sr., Trustee and Edsel V. Whitaker, Jr., Trustee, Trustees for the Whitaker Trust Fund, dated April 28, 1994 and recorded May 3, 1994 with the Register of Deeds for Sumter County in Volume 600 at Page 1120.

Property Commonly Know As: 376 Burkelo Rd., Wagner, SC 29164 AMENDED SUMMONS (Non-Jury)

YOU WILL ALSO TAKE NOTICE that Plaintiff will move for an order of reference or that the Court may issue a general order of reference of this action to a master in equity/special referee, pursuant to Rule 53, of the South Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure. RICHARDSON, PLOWDEN & ROBINSON, P.A. S. Nelson Weston, Jr. Charles J. Webb P.O. Drawer 7788 Columbia, South Carolina 29201 (803) 771-4400 ATTORNEYS FOR THE PLAINTIFF

BUSINESS SERVICES Business Services Hendrix Metal & Shingle roofing. Metal building erectors. Metal building repair. Call Steve at 803-968-0509. Free estimates.

Lawn Service

Professional Remodelers Home maintenance,ceramic tile, roofing, siding & windows doors, etc. Lic. & Ins. (Office) 803-692-4084 or (Cell) 803-459-4773

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

Roofing Robert's Metal Roofing, 29 years exp. 18 colors & 45 year warranty. Fin. avail, 803-837-1549.

BetterLiving Sun Rooms Replacement Windows Financing Available

Tree Service A Notch Above Tree Care Full quality service low rates, lic./ins., free est BBB accredited 983-9721

Ventu-Lite 803-773-9545 Established 1935 TNT Painting & Carpentry for all your household needs. Call 803-460-7629. H.L. Boone, Contractor additions, painting, roofing, gutters, sheetrock, blown ceilings, decks. 773-9904

NEWMAN'S TREE SERVICE Tree removal , trimming & stump grinding. Lic & Ins.

803-316-0128

Ricky's Tree Service Tree removal, stump grinding, Lic & ins, free quote, 803-435-2223 or cell 803-460-8747.

Lawn Service

MERCHANDISE

Daniel's Lawn Care •Tree removal/trim •Clean-up jobs •Mowing •Pinestraw Mulch 803-968-4185

Auctions **PUBLIC AUTO AUCTION**

JT's Lawn Care: All types of lawn care, Debris removal, Senior discount, 10% off pressure washing. 803-840-0322

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS C/A NO: 2012-CP-43-140

Monday 7PM 1945 Myrtle Beach Hwy Dinkins Auctions 803 840-0420 www.SumterAutoAuction.com

TO THE DEFENDANT(S) ABOVE-NAMED: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED AND REQUIRED to answer the Complaint in the above-captioned action, a copy of which is herewith

ABSOLUTE

SHOP 24/7 FOR NEW OR PRE-OWNED VEHICLES

AUCTION

WWW.GOODWINCARS.COM

ONLINE ONLY at terryhowe.com

44.34± ACRES

I Found it in the

CLASSIFIEDS

Congress Rd, Eastover, SC Close to Ft Jackson between Columbia & Sumter Zoned RU (Rural District)

35+ More Properties Including Homes, Lots & Land

Photos, videos, and online bidding at terryhowe.com!

Terms, photos, video & more at:

terryhowe.com 864.268.4399

JOBS HOMES APARTMENTS GOODWIN AUTOMALL CARS #SPBE4USFFUt4VNUFS 4$ BOATS MOTORCYCLES BIKES FURNITURE PETS GARAGE SALES & MORE

We Want to Sell Your Car

Now! 4 Lines

+ 4 Days

GET THE CLASSIFIEDS DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR. 803-774-1258

FOR ONLY *PHOTO INCLUDED

$24!

00

20 N. Magnolia Street Sumter, SC www.theitem.com

Limited Time

No refund for early cancellation. Private Party Only! Business and commercial accounts not eligible. All ads must be prepaid. All advertising subject to publisher’s approval. Special cannot be combined with discounts. Other restrictions may apply.

774.1234

803. CALL

20 N. Magnolia Street • Sumter, SC www.theitem.com


D4

CLASSIFIEDS

THE ITEM

TWIN SIZE FLANNEL DUVET SETS $10 per set 29 Progress St. - Sumter *Available in: CARS, Hello Kitty, Spider Man 775-8366 Ext. 37 & Disney Princess Store Hours 0RQ6DW‡9:30 - 5:00 Closed Sunday

Tomatoes Richburg Farms HWY 261, Manning, SC 8am-6:30pm M-Sat (803)473-4844 Lee's Beans & Peas Fresh Shelled Butter Beans & Peas. At the shed or Delivered to Sumter. Call 803 428-5191

Garage, Yard & Estate Sales LARGE GARAGE SALE 1st & 3rd Weekend Tables $1 & Up FLEA MARKET BY SHAW AFB

Open every wkend. 905-4242

Sumter County Civic Center Indoor Garage Sale. 700 W. Liberty St. Saturday, August 3, 2013 8 am - 1 pm. Free admission. For booth space call 436-2271 on July 15th, 2013 @ 9:00am Sumter County Flea Mkt Hwy 378 E. 803-495-2281 500 tables. Sat. $8 free return Sun.

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

For Sale or Trade (4) Cemetery plots in Evergreen Cemetery (Front Acacia Sec). Asking $2,450 each or all 4 $8,500 803-606-6135 Dixie Lee Peas for sale 803-773-5708. Down by Guignard Dr. Bridge

S.

**CASH** JUNK CARS & BATTERIES, ETC

NO TITLE NEEDED Call Gene 934-6734 Expert Tech, New & used heat pumps & A/C. Will install/repair, warranty; Compressor & labor $600. Call 803-968-9549 or 843-992-2364

Utility Buildings Assorted Steel Buildings Value discounts as much as 30% Erection info available. Source#18X 800-964-8335

EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted Full-Time Truck Driver needed at local sod farm. Two Years experience preferred. Good driving record. Please contact 843-687-9012 between the hours of 8am & 12pm. Middle School English/Language Arts Teacher (Summerton, SC) Instruct middle school students in academic, social, behavioral, and educational core content/skills of assigned subject and student grade level and help students make determination of career and vocational choices. Bachelor's degree or equivalent in English or Education required. Must possess a valid SC Educator Certificate in English. Mail resume to: Clarendon School District One, Attn: HR, 12 South Church Street, Summerton, SC 29148. Drivers: Home Weekly Pay up to $.40/mi. 70% D & H/90% No Touch Freight BCBS/Dental/Vision/401k Class A CDL 6 Months Exp. 877-704-3773

CLASSIFIED ADS Will Go To Work For You! To Find Cash Buyers For Your Unused Items

Set includes: Duvet & Pillow Cover

Administrative Services Manager (Sumter, SC) Plan, direct, and coordinate multiple administrative/client services, including records and information management, mail distribution, document maintenance of brokerage, advisory, or outside business accounts and other office support services. Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Business Administration or Economics required. Must be proficient with Microsoft Office and possess excellent written and verbal communication skills. Mail resume to Financial Peace Investment Services Inc., Attn: HR Department, 120 N. Main Street, Sumter, SC 29150. Drivers: Home Weekends. Pay up to .40 cpm. Chromed out trucks w/APU's. 70% Drop & Hook CDL-A, 6mos Exp. 877-704-3773 Assistant Manager & Customer Service Rep needed by Sumter branch of World Acceptance Corporation. Valid drivers license and auto required. A career opportunity that offers excellent salary and a complete fringe benefit package. Promotion to manager possible within 15 months. No experience necessary. Apply in person at: World Finance, 45 S. Main St. EOE, M. Ask for Monique Glisson. Computer Technology Technician (Sumter, SC) Assist the Director of Technology with implementation of the district's approved technology plan. Install computer hardware, cabling, network, and software upgrades. Receive and respond to inquiries and requests for assistance from end users. Provide assistance and input to the development and maintenance of the district's wide technology plan as well as specific location plans for technology. Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Computer Science required. Must be proficient in computer and network maintenance.Mail resume to: Sumter School District, Attn: HR, 1345 Wilson Hall Road, Sumter, SC 29150.

IN OBSERVANCE OF INDEPENDENCE DAY WE WILL BE CLOSED THURS. JULY 4. WE WILL RE-OPEN FRIDAY, JULY 5. HAPPY 4TH OF JULY!

Driver Trainees Needed Now! Learn to drive for US Xpress! Earn $800+ per week! No experience needed! CDL -Trained and Job-Ready in 15 days! 1-888-263-7364

RENTALS Unfurnished Apartments 2br/2ba, new appl., floors & paint. W/D hook up $650/mo. or $30,000 for sale. Call 983-8792 or 795-9669. Brick house for rent: Sumter, 2BR 1 BA, Central AC Fenced Yrd, $550 Mo. Call 239-293-5124 Small 1 Br Apt. 5 mins from town. A/C, new appliances. $450 /mo includes utilities. No pets, 803-469-8377 Senior Living Apts. for those 62+ (Rent based on income) Shiloh-Randolph Manor 125 W. Bartlette. 775-0575 Studio/1 BR. apts. avail. - EHO 2BR 2.5BA Apt. on Dartmouth Dr $850 Mo/Dep. Call 803 934-0434

Unfurnished Homes

CDL-A Drivers: Earn up to a $5,000 Sign-on Bonus! 800-326-8889 •Hiring solo and Team Drivers •CDL-A Required •Exceptional Pay & Benefits Package •Excellent Home Time •Family-Driven Environment •Ask your recruiter about our 2k referral Bouns

1 & 2BR remodeled MHs. Appl. incl., heat pump. Water, sewage & trash P/U provided. $300 - $330 /mo+ dep. (803) 464-3437 or 464-7937, 12-8 pm.

Help Wanted Part-Time $$$ AVON $$$ FREE TRAINING! 803-422-5555

Yard Sale Corner

SHOPPING STARTS

Vacation Rentals Santee, Garden City Beach Michelle Hodge, 803-491-4914

2BR 2Ba Mobile home off Panola Rd. between Pinewood & paxville $450/mo. 843-884-0346 2 & 3BR units avail. Water/sewer, stove/frig., C/H/A, trash pick-up incl. $475/mo. 803-773-2588

$1 Each

SHEER PANELS $5 Each

Kiss your landlord goodbye! Call us at 803-469-3252! 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.

Singlewide in Sumter, SC Call me at 803-469-3252! 3 BD/3 BA MH on 1 acre in Bishopville. $5500 down. Easy financing. 803-983-8084

WHILE SUPPLIES LAST.

C&C Recycling Parts & Wrecker Service Top price paid for junk cars! We buy scrap metal, alum cans, batteries, copper. 773-7702

ne STOP SHOPPING You can find everything you need for the new house or the new spouse in one convenient placeOUR CLASSIFIEDS! Sporting Goods • Electronics Appliances • Furniture • Cameras Jewelry • Dishes • Books PLUS A WHOLE LOT MORE!

Farms & Acreage

Office Rentals For Lease: 3 1st floor front offices at 17 E. Canal St. Formerly occupied by the county corner. $530/mo. C/H/A, water incl. Close to the old & the new county court houses. Call Newman Realty at 803-773-5576.

Commercial Rentals Guignard Storage: 57 Neal St. Personal storage units. No deposits. Call 803-491-4914

REAL ESTATE

PRICE REDUCED - 690 Red Bud @ Bay Blossom, 4BR/2BA Brkfst kit, LR, DR, 2 car garage w/strg rm, laundry rm w/sink, front foyer, attic space, lg den w/fireplace, scr'd pch, all appl's. $164K. Call 803-316-1664

FSBO: Land, Small & Large acreage. Owner financing. 803-427-3888.

Land & Lots for Sale 1 ac. cleared at Panda Rd. & Cane Savannah Rd. $9,500. 2 mins. from Shaw front gate off Patriot Parkway (Hwy 441). 803-464-3526.

TRANSPORTATION 774-1234

Autos For Sale Top $$$ paid for your wrecked or junk car. You call, we haul. Barnette's Auto Parts 494-2800. R& R Motors 3277 Broad Street Sumter 803-494-2886 '08 Mazda 6 $9550 '07 Colorado Crew $10,900 '06 Malibu $5995 '05 Camry (Sunroof) $8995 '06 Camry (Call) '03 Z71 Ext, $10,800 650 V-Star $3495

2007 Chevy HHR, Loaded Auto, CD-Radio. Clean. $6,500. 803-481-8305 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis 76K Mi. Green w/tan 4.6L, auto, new tires, clean $5900 OBO Call 803 473-4400.

Mobile Home Rentals

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

FLAT OR FITTED ANY SIZE

Ocean Lakes 2BR/2BA C/H/A Sleeps 8, near ocean, Call 803-773-2438

2BR/1BA, Stove/refrigerator, #10 Hawthorn St., C/H/A, $550/mo + $500/dep. One year lease required. Option to purchase with owner financing. Call 775-8840 491-4026

2BR/1BA, lg. yard. $475/mo. + $475/dep. Will work with dep. No Pets. Avail 7/1. 406-6159

MICROFIBER SHEETS

Need a New Home? Can't get Financing? We can Help!! Call: 803-469-3252.

*************************** 40 houses to pick from. Buy one or more at a special discount. Prospective homeowners & investors inquiries welcome. 775-4391, 464-5960 ***************************

Nice, clean 2 bd apt. $365 dep/rent. Water incld. 803-468-1900

IRREGULAR INDIVIDUAL

Resort Rentals

Homes for Sale

Need experienced duct installers must have drivers license. Apply at 2645 Warehouse Blvd. Sumter

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! SFC Jeffrey Hudson 803-427-3104 SSG Lorraine Lordy 803-360-1979

STATEBURG COURTYARD

3BR/1BA Brick, Quiet Country, W/D hook-up, Carport, 7 mins to Manning. $500/mo. 1st + last + DD 803-473-4400

3BR house on Burgress Ct. $495, 2br house 137 Carolina Ave. $420. 2br Apts (Miller Rd) $320-$420. 983-5691 or 774-8512.

www.superservicellc.com

For Sale, 4Bed/2Bath, Land, $325/mo. 803-494-5090

2 & 3 BRs 803-494-4015

Tender Care Home Health Care Immediately Hiring RNs/LPNs with Pediatric Experience is a Plus 1-888-669-0104 May also apply online @ tchhemployment@att.net

SUPERSERVICE

SUNDAY, JULY 07, 2013

2003 Ford Expedition XLT, Black/Tan Ext, Leather Int, TV, PW/PL, 3rd row, 130k miles. $4,800 OBO. 803-464-3526 Beach Forest 1785 Titanic Ct. Custom Built Quality Home.

Property overlooks pond & community clubhouse/pool. 3BR w/maple hardwood floors, 3 full BA w/ceramic tile. Solid maple 42" kitchen cabinetry w/Charleston Style concrete countertops. Oversize 2 car garage. All appliances incl'd w/purchase. Seller will pay $2,500. toward closing. (REDUCED) asking $225,000. Call 803-968-1187 Details & photos @ www.forsaleb yowner.com/23945649 & www.mili tarybyowner.com/MBO 264616

NOTICE OF BOARD OF APPEALS HEARING The City of Manning Board of Appeals will meet on Monday, July 22, 2013, at 6:00 p.m., City Hall, 29 W. Boyce Street, to hear the following appeals: Request No. E-2013-03 by Donald Graham to be allowed a special exception to conduct church and church related functions at 625 West Huggins Street, Tax Map# 169-06-07-021-00, zoned Single-Family Residential (RS-6). Request No. E-2013-04 by Julien Weinberg to be allowed a special exception to use as residential, single-family dwelling at 48 West Huggins Street, Tax Map# 169-14-08-001-00, zoned General Commercial (GC).

**PUBLIC AUTO AUCTION**

Monday 7PM 1945 Myrtle Beach Hwy Dinkins Auctions 803 840-0420 www.SumterAutoAuction.com A Guaranteed Credit Approval AUTO LOANS We will arrange financing even if you have been turned down before. Loans available for no credit, bad credit, 1st Time Buyers & Bankruptcy buyers. No co-signers needed. Call Mr. Ashley Brown at 803-926-3235

With Classiieds! 803-774-1234

HAVE SOMETHING TO SELL? ADVERTISE IN THE CLASSIFIEDS!

CLASS LINER SPECIAL!

Documents related to these appeals are available for public inspection during regular business hours at City Hall, 29 W. Boyce Street, Manning, SC 29102.

HERE

NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING WORKS!

$

up to 6 lines for One Week ONLY

33

Special includes one week in The Item Newspaper and on our website www.theitem.com

Call 803-774-1234 Every day, locals look to us for the latest shopping news, sales and coupons. Put your business in the spotlight with professionally designed print and online advertising, or pinpoint your market in one of our themed special sections. So why are you still waiting? Put newspaper advertising to work for you today!

Retail 803-774-1236 Classified 803-774-1234

www.theitem.com

20 N. Magnolia Street • Sumter, SC www.theitem.com No refunds for early cancellaon. Private party only. Business and Commercial accounts ineligible. All ads must be prepaid. All adversing subject to publisher’s approval. Special cannot be combined with discounts. Other restricons may apply.


COMICS

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

SUNDAY July 10, 7, 2013 July 2011

THE ITEM

E1


E2

THE ITEM

COMICS

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013


TELEVISION

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

Sunday, July 7 - 13, 2013

www.theitem.com

Bear Grylls serves as host and mentor on NBC’s “Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls,” premiering at 9 p.m. Monday.

SUNDAY DAYTIME JULY 7 8 AM

8:30

Today Weekend (HD)

9 AM

9:30

Meet the Press (N)

By Dan Rice © 2013 FYI Television, Inc.

10 AM 10:30 11 AM 11:30 12 PM 12:30 1 PM LOCAL CHANNELS WIS News 10 Sunday

Awareness Chris Matthews In Touch with Dr. Charles CBS News Sunday Morning (HD) Face the Na- First Baptist Church First Stanley (N) tion (N) Baptist Good Morning America This Week with George Trenholm Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid ProWeekend (N) (HD) Stephanopoulos (N) Road gram gram gram Super Why! Bob the FETCH! (HD) Religion Eth- Moyers and Company To the Con- McLaughlin (HD) Builder (HD) ics (N) (HD) trary (HD) (N) New Direc- Lampkin Paid Pro- OnPoint! FOX News Sunday with Paid Pro- Paid Protion Show gram Chris Wallace (HD) gram gram First Church of Our Lord American Cars.TV Real Green Black On the Paid ProJesus Christ Athlete Enterp. Money (N) gram

E3

Survival Expert Challenges Survival expert challenges Contestants to 'Get Out Alive' contestants to ‘Get Out Alive’ More than any other time, survival situations demand an unflinching look at reality, the casting aside of all other notions no matter how noble or generous one's intentions may be. There are no free passes, no second chances, and no runners-up. This is why the judging of survival skills must be based on cold, hard assessments, even if it's a TV elimination competition like "Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls," premiering Monday at 9 p.m. on NBC. As host and mentor of the series, Grylls knows that when challenges arise out in the wilderness, the naked truth of one's abilities and willpower quickly become evident. "Well, I think the wild is always revealing," the British adventurer says. Grylls, a former Special Forces soldier, an avid mountain climber and currently the youngest-ever Chief Scout of The Scout Association in the U.K., is best known to American viewers as the daring host of Discovery's long-running "Man vs. Wild" and short-lived "Worst-Case Scenario," both series following Bear as he puts himself in dangerous situations for the instruction of others. Now, in his first program for network television, Grylls puts the heat to 10 teams of two as they struggle to survive the unforgiving landscape of New Zealand's South Island. Whether watching from afar or traveling with the group, Grylls judges the contestants' efforts and sends one team home each week, looking overall for the team showing the most heart, courage, initiative and resolve in their quest to "get out alive" and claim the life-changing grand prize of $500,000.

Bear Grylls looks for the heart of a survivor on the NBC competition series "Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls," premiering Monday at 9 p.m.

TW FT

THE ITEM

1:30

2 PM

"And I said to these guys right at the start," Grylls recounts, "I said, 'Don't impress me with your words, impress me with your actions,' and, 'These are the qualities that keep people alive in the wild and these are the qualities I'm looking for.' "You know, it's courage, it's resourcefulness, it's determination, it's teamwork, it's humility, it's kindness, you know, these sort of things. And, 'If you want to impress me, impress me by showing those in the big moment.' "And, you know," Grylls continues, "it's easy to be able to show that when everything's going well and they're well fed and the weather's kind to them and they've got all their gear, but it becomes harder to hide when you're starving and when you've got no sleeping bags and no tents and the weather's just torrential driving rain. And you see what people are made of. And that, as I said, is the part I love - seeing how some people maybe had all of the chats but actually as soon as the squeeze came on they crumbled. "And other people, you think they're never going to make it through. These quiet heroes emerge. And, for me, it was amazing seeing that America really does have heroes. It's just they're hidden in unlikely places. And that for me was the whole series in the nutshell, just seeing those everyday people be empowered with simple skills and seeing them grow." Grylls knows all about nurturing one's personal growth, and keeping it together when it would be far easier to just give up. During his military service, he endured a free-fall parachuting accident that broke his back in three places. During the long months of grueling physical rehabilitation to follow, he kept his spirit up by focusing on a childhood dream

2:30

3 PM

3:30

that would have seemed impossible at the time - scaling the summit of Mt. Everest. Yet in 1998 at the age of 23, Grylls became one of the youngest climbers ever to accomplish the grand feat. A successful author and motivational speaker, Grylls believes everyone possesses the capacity for such achievements, provided they can harness their full powers. "We all do, we all have it in us," he insists. "It's just that sometimes it gets buried a little bit under the slush of life. And some people come with a big machismo, they think they've got it all, but then actually when they're pushed, they don't. And other people come at it saying, 'I've never done anything like this and I'm terrified and I'm nervous.' But you kind of just give them a few pointers and a few steers and hold their hand a little bit initially and, you know, when the squeeze comes on they fly. "So, it's all about putting that squeeze on, about bringing those characters out in people. But we all have the heart of the survivor. Sometimes it's just buried under a lot of stuff. And this was about undressing that stuff and getting to the real heart of people." It takes a lot of heart, alright, to scavenge a meal in the wild or build a fire and shelter when cold and/or wet, but the rugged location chosen in New Zealand dramatically raises the stakes. "We picked that place because it's got every sort of terrain you can imagine, from high mountains to volcanic stuff, to glaciers, to rainforest, to big rivers," Grylls explains. "And it's also got some of the wildest weather around. So, for me it was a great wilderness arena to build these eight journeys into. And certainly, for me, it delivered.

4 PM

4:30

5 PM

5:30

Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Sports Legends: A Year to Beach Volleyball: from Mazury, Poland Octane Academy (HD) Red Bull Signature Series: from Tavarua, Fiji no~ (HD) gram gram Remember no~ (HD) Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- PGA TOUR Golf: The Greenbrier Classic: Final Round: from The Old White TPC in White gram gram gram gram gram gram Sulphur Springs, W.Va. z{| (HD) IndyCar Series: Pocono IndyCar 400: from Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pa. z{| 2013 Wimbledon: Gentlemen’s Championship: from All-England Club in London no~ (HD) (HD) Big: S.C. Agri- Connection Car. Bus. Bolder NOVA: Dogs Decoded Dogs Renaissance: The Dissenter Carolina Stories: Pee Wee Masterpiece: Downton Abculture and humans. (HD) Gaskins bey II (HD) Paid Pro- Ice Age (‘02, Comedy) aaa Ray Romano. Mammals The Simp- Shanghai Knights (‘03, Comedy) aac Jackie Chan. Paid Pro- 2 1/2 Men gram return a lost human infant. (HD) sons Man sought for killing Chon’s father. (HD) gram (HD) Movie McKenzie MyDestina- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- The Collector: The Tattoo The Border: Dark Ride Se(HD) tion.TV gram gram Artist (HD) rial killer. (HD)

CABLE CHANNELS Criminal Minds (HD) The Glades (HD) Longmire (HD) True Lies (‘94, Action) aaa Arnold Schwarzenegger. (HD) Independence Day (‘96, Science Fiction) aaa Gary A. Hecker. (HD) Storage NY Storage NY Mad Men (HD) The Killing (HD) Godzilla (‘98, Science Fiction) aa Matthew Broderick. (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Untamed (HD) Untamed (HD) Swimming with (HD) Swimming with (HD) Man-Eating (HD) Man-Eating Croc (HD) Super Squid (HD) River Monsters: Face Ripper (HD) River Monsters (HD) Moesha Moesha Jones Gospel (HD) Voice Phat Girlz (‘06, Comedy) c Monique. Plus size designer. Are We There Yet? Historians examine history of road trip. Kingdom Come (‘11, Documentary) Selma Blair. Movie Queen Versailles (‘12) Housewives Princesses Below Deck Interior Housewife Housewife Housewives Housewives Housewives White lie. Formula One Racing: German Grand Prix z{| (HD) 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. Paid Prog. (6:00) New Day State of the Union (HD) Fareed Zakaria (HD) Reliable Sources (N) State of the Union (HD) Fareed Zakaria (HD) CNN Newsroom (HD) Your Money (N) (HD) CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (‘86) Skipping school. (:11) Dinner for Schmucks (‘10, Comedy) Steve Carell. (HD) South Prk South Prk South Prk South Prk Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (‘86, Comedy) Matthew Broderick. Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Jake and Sofia Good Luck Good Luck Shake It Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck Jessie Jessie Jessie A.N.T. A.N.T. A.N.T. A.N.T. Blog Jessie Shake It Good Luck Good Luck Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Deadliest Catch (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) Naked Afraid (HD) Philly Throttle (HD) Warlocks Rising (HD) Street Outlaws (HD) Street Outlaws (HD) Fast N’ Loud (HD) Fast N’ Loud (HD) Breakfast at (HD) 2013 Wimbledon: Gentlemen’s Championship: from All-England Club in London z{| (HD) MLS Soccer: Sporting Kansas City vs Chicago SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Outside Sport Rpt SportsCenter: from Bristol, Conn. (HD) IndyCar Series: from Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pa. z{| (HD) Billiards no} (HD) College Baseball no~ (HD) (7:30) National Treasure (‘04, Adventure) aac Nicolas Cage. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (‘03) aaac (HD) Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (‘06) Johnny Depp. (HD) Pirates: At World’s End (‘07) aaa Giada Barefoot Pioneer Trisha’s Home (N) Guy Bite Sandwich Bobby Flay Chef Wanted (HD) Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Mystery Mystery Diners Diners Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. GameTime Courtside Stuntbust. Polaris Golf Life FOX Sports Braves MLB Baseball: Atlanta Braves at Philadelphia Phillies z{| (HD) Post Game Post Game Hall (HD) Lucy Lucy Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Love’s Enduring Promise (‘04) aaa (HD) Love’s Unfolding Dream (‘07) aaa (HD) Love Takes Wing (‘09) Cloris Leachman. (HD) Love Home (‘09) (HD) Elbow Room Elbow Room Elbow Room Elbow Room Elbow Room Elbow Room Property Bro (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Slang Slang Slang Slang Slang Slang 101 Inventions That Changed the World 101 Fast Foods that Changed the World 101 Gadgets That Changed the World (HD) Mountain Men (HD) In Touch (N) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Paid Prog. David Jere Osteen Paid Prog. Will Grace Selena (‘97, Drama) Jennifer Lopez. A singer grows up. (HD) Devious Maids (HD) Devious Maids (HD) Someone Like You (‘01) aac Ashley Judd. (HD) Blue Lagoon (‘12) (HD) Samurai Sponge Sponge Sponge Sponge Sponge TMNT TMNT Sam & Cat Sam & Cat Fairly Fairly Fairly Fairly OddParents (HD) Drake: Drake & Josh Go Hollywood Sam & Cat Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Xtrm 4x4 Horsepwr Trucks! Muscle Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale (‘08) (HD) Repo Men (‘10, Science Fiction) Jude Law. Heartless. (HD) Star Trek: Insurrection (‘98) aac (HD) Outlander (‘08) aac Jim Caviezel. (HD) Friends Friends Friends Friends Earl (HD) Earl (HD) Legally Blonde (‘01) Reese Witherspoon. (HD) MLB Baseball: Baltimore Orioles at New York Yankees z{| (HD) Just Friends (‘05) Ryan Reynolds. Life As Young Bess (‘53, Drama) aac Jean Simmons. The Desert Song (‘53) Kathryn Grayson. Gidget (‘59, Comedy) aac Sandra Dee. Surfer girl. An American in Paris (‘51, Musical) Gene Kelly. Rebel Without a Cause (‘55) aaac James Dean. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Big Bliss Big Bliss Big Bliss Big Bliss Big Bliss Big Bliss Breaking Amish (HD) Breaking Amish (HD) Breaking Amish (HD) Breaking Amish (HD) Breaking Amish (HD) Breaking Amish (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Franklin & Bash (HD) Falling Skies (HD) Edge of Darkness (‘10, Thriller) aac Mel Gibson. (HD) The Next Three Days (‘10, Crime) aaa Russell Crowe. (HD) Shooter (‘07) aaa (HD) Beyblade Unova Ben 10 NinjaGo Titans Go! Titans Go! NinjaGo NinjaGo NinjaGo NinjaGo NinjaGo NinjaGo NinjaGo NinjaGo NinjaGo NinjaGo NinjaGo NinjaGo NinjaGo NinjaGo Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Most Shock Boat thief. Most Shock Most Shock All Worked All Worked All Worked All Worked All Worked All Worked All Worked All Worked All Worked All Worked 3’s Co. 3’s Co. 3’s Co. 3’s Co. The Exes The Exes Cleveland Cleveland Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Gold Girl Gold Girl Paid Prog. Paid Prog. NCIS: Jetlag (HD) NCIS Dirty bomb. (HD) NCIS: Jack Knife (HD) NCIS: Dead Air (HD) NCIS Ziva’s father. (HD) NCIS (HD) NCIS: Restless (HD) NCIS (HD) NCIS: Thirst (HD) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. L.A. Hair Curves Marriage Marriage Jealousy. Marriage Secrets. Marriage CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) Key David Beyond Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Ice Age (‘02, Comedy) Ray Romano. Lost infant. Law & Order CI (HD) (:10) MLB Baseball: Pittsburgh Pirates at Chicago Cubs z{| (HD) 10th (HD) Home Vid

SUNDAY EVENING JULY 7 TW FT

6 PM News

6:30

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

8:30

News (HD) America’s Got Talent: Episode 5 Auditions continue in Chicago. (HD) News 19 @ 6pm Evening 60 Minutes (N) (HD) Big Brother 15 (N) (HD) news report. World News Judge Judy America’s Funniest Home Celebrity Wife Swap (N) (HD) Videos (HD) (HD) (5:00)Masterpiece: P. McMillan Wild Photo Secrets of Althorp - The Downton Abbey II (HD) (HD) (HD) Spencers (N) (HD) The Simp- The Simp- Cleveland The Simp- The Simp- Bob’s Bursons sons (HD) sons (HD) sons (HD) gers (HD) Queens (HD) Queens (HD) How I Met How I Met Movie (HD) (HD)

9 PM 9:30 10 PM LOCAL CHANNELS

10:30

11 PM

11:30 12 AM 12:30

1 AM

1:30

Law & Order: Special Vic- Crossing Lines: Long-Haul News Criminal Minds: Retaliation Comedy.TV Dateline NBC tims Unit (HD) Predators (N) (HD) Killing spree. (HD) The Good Wife: Going for The Mentalist: Little Red News 19 @ CSI: Miami: Invasion (HD) Inside Edi- Face the Na- Paid Prothe Gold (HD) Corvette (HD) 11pm tion (N) tion (N) gram Whodunnit?: Kaboom (N) Castle: Significant Others News (HD) Paid Pro- Burn Notice: Unpaid Debts Brown (HD) Brown (HD) (HD) (HD) gram (HD) Masterpiece: Endeavour: Girl Investigation Call the Midwife Eccentric Travels Sky Island Secrets of Althorp - The Masterpiece risks Morse’s future. (N) (HD) visitor. (HD) (HD) Spencers (HD) (HD) Family Guy American News TMZ (N) The Big Bang The Big Bang The Closer: Split Ends (HD) The Simp(HD) Dad! (HD) (HD) (HD) sons Law & Order: Harm Assault Access Hollywood (N) (HD) Always Always Cold Squad: Kill Me Twice finds murder (HD) Sunny (HD) Sunny (HD) Victim resurfaces.

CABLE CHANNELS Storage NY Storage NY Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Storage Storage Storage Storage Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) The Killing (N) (HD) The Killing (HD) The Killing (HD) The Uninvited (‘09, Horror) Emily Browning. (HD) River Monsters (HD) Wildman Wildman Off Hook Off Hook Wildman Wildman Top Hooker (N) (HD) Wildman Wildman Top Hooker (HD) Off Hook Off Hook (5:30) Movie Sunday Best (HD) Weekend Inspiration Religious events. Housewives Housewives Real Housewives (N) Princesses (N) Real Housewives Watch What Real Housewives Real Housewives Princesses Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Princess On Money 60 Minutes Shadow Billionaire Greed 60 Minutes Marijuana Inc: Inside Greed CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom CNN Presents (N) (HD) Anthony Exotic foods. Inside Man CNN Presents (HD) Anthony Exotic foods. Inside Man Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Kevin Hart (HD) Kevin Hart (HD) Kevin Hart (HD) Kevin Hart (HD) Hot Tub Time Machine (‘10) John Cusack. (HD) (:17) Kevin Hart (HD) Austin A.N.T. Jessie Good Luck Austin Austin Austin Austin Good Luck A.N.T. Jessie Austin Good Luck Good Luck Shake It A.N.T. Naked Castaway (N) Naked Castaway (N) Naked Castaway (N) Naked Castaway (N) Naked and Afraid (N) Naked Castaway (HD) Naked Afraid (HD) Naked Castaway (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) MLB Baseball: Boston Red Sox at Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) NHRA Lucas Oil (HD) NHRA Drag Racing: Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals (HD) World Series (HD) World Series (HD) World Series (HD) World Series (HD) Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (‘07) Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (‘11, Action) Johnny Depp. Home Videos (HD) Osteen K. Shook Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Chopped (HD) Food Network (HD) Cupcake Wars (N) Food Network Star (N) Food Court Wars (N) Iron Chef Amer. (HD) Food Network (HD) Food Court Wars (HD) Bull Riding no~ World Poker (HD) World Poker (HD) UFC Unleashed (HD) World Poker (HD) World Poker (HD) MLB Baseball: Atlanta vs Philadelphia (HD) Love Home (‘09) (HD) Love Begins (‘11, Drama) aac Wes Brown. (HD) Love’s Everlasting Courage (‘11) aa (HD) Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters HGTV Design Star (N) Love It (N) Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Love It Hunters Hunters Mountain Men (HD) Mountain Men (HD) Mountain Men (HD) Mountain Men (N) (HD) Ice Road Truckers (N) Ice Road Truck (HD) Mountain Men (HD) Mountain Men (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) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Blue Lagoon (‘12) (HD) Dirty Dancing (‘87, Drama) Jennifer Grey. (HD) Drop Dead Diva (N) Devious Maids (N) Dirty Dancing (‘87, Drama) Jennifer Grey. (HD) Drop Dead Diva (HD) Sam & Cat Sam & Cat Sanjay Sanjay Dad Run Wendell Gremlins (‘84, Comedy) Zach Galligan. Critters invasion. (HD) Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (N) (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Outlander Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (‘03) aac (HD) Resident Evil: Afterlife (‘10) Milla Jovovich. (HD) Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (‘03) aac (HD) Resident Life As We Know It (‘10) Katherine Heigl. (HD) Monster-In-Law (‘05) aa Jennifer Lopez. (HD) (:15) Monster-In-Law (‘05, Comedy) aa Jennifer Lopez. (HD) Life As We Know It (‘10) aac (HD) Picnic (‘55, Drama) aaa William Holden. The Incredible Shrinking Man aaa The Devil-Doll (‘36) aac Night at the Movies: The Thief of Bagdad (‘24) Douglas Fairbanks. Breaking Amish (HD) Breaking Amish (HD) Long Island Med (HD) Medium (N) (HD) Breaking Amish (N) Medium: Chicago (HD) Breaking Amish (HD) Long Island Med (HD) Shooter (‘07) Mark Wahlberg. (HD) Unknown (‘11, Mystery) aac Liam Neeson. Identity theft. (HD) Falling Skies (N) (HD) Falling Skies (HD) Outbreak (‘95, Thriller) aaa Dustin Hoffman. Percy Jackson & Olympians (‘10) aa LEGO Yoda Titans Go! King King Cleveland Family Bob’s Family Venture Pretty Loiter Cleveland All Worked All Worked Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Storage Storage Storage Storage (:01) Top 20 Pawn Pawn Storage Storage Gold Girl Gold Girl Cleveland Gold Girl: Big Daddy Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl King of Queens (HD) Queens NCIS (HD) NCIS: Rekindled (HD) NCIS (HD) NCIS (HD) NCIS (HD) Graceland: Pilot (HD) Graceland (HD) Graceland CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) Home Vid Bloopers Bloopers How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met News Replay Blown Away (‘94, Action) aac Jeff Bridges. Scrubs Scrubs

HIGHLIGHTS Off the Hook: Extreme Catches 8:00 p.m. on ANPL Eric takes a Hawaiian fishing trip participating in traditional cliff diving and outrigger canoe fishing testing his warrior strength and courage joining a champion cliff diver for a 60-ft. jump into a waterfall, then outrigger fishing for ahituna. (HD) Bob’s Burgers 8:30 p.m. on When "Bob's WACH Burgers" gets a After a bad review bad review from from a food critic, a food critic, Bob the Belchers worry (voiced by H. Jon the bad press will keep customers Benjamin) cusaway; Bob goes to tomers stay away, Sunday at the critic’s house for a redo, but his 8:30 p.m. on plan spirals out of WACH. control when his children and fellow restaurant owners follow him to support him. (HD) The Killing 9:00 p.m. on AMC After not being able to make any head way in the case, Sarah Linden and Stephen Holder get closer to solving the case; Seward struggles to come to terms with his inevitable end; the young Bullet decides to step up and be the protector. (HD) Drop Dead Diva 9:00 p.m. on LIFE Unhappy memories bubble to the surface when Jane must represent a disgruntled bride; Stacy’s corporate expectations change after a meeting with a prominent business tycoon; Grayson and Kim represent a surrogate mother trapped in a bizarre situation. (HD) Falling Skies 10:00 p.m. on TNT The Masons are surprised when Hal shares with them the internal struggles that have been tormenting him; Lourdes tries out a new medical procedure; a group embarks on a rescue mission and causes tensions within the government. (HD)


E4

TELEVISION

THE ITEM

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

WEEKDAYS TW FT

8 AM

8:30

9 AM

9:30

10 AM 10:30 11 AM 11:30 12 PM 12:30 1 PM LOCAL CHANNELS

Today

LIVE! with Kelly and Michael The Price Is Right

1:30

CBS This Morning

The Doctors

Let’s Make a Deal

Good Morning America

The 700 Club

Rachael Ray

Curious Cat in the George Hat Good Day Columbia

Super Why! Dinosaur Train Judge Mathis

Sesame Street The People’s Court

Senior Con- Days of Our Lives nection News 19 @ The Young and the Rest- Bold and Noon less Beautiful The View News Judge Joe The Chew Brown Daniel Tiger Sid the Sci- WordWorld Barney & Caillou Daniel Tiger ence Kid Friends Maury The Steve Wilkos Show Judge Alex Judge Alex

The Jeremy Kyle Show

Jerry Springer

Baggage

The Ricki Lake Show

Family Feud Family Feud Paid Program

Dog Bounty Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Meerkat Meerkat Moesha Moesha Interior Therapy Squawk Box New Day Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Mickey Jake and Paid Prog. Paid Prog. SportsCenter Mike & Mike Boy World Boy World Paid Prog. Paid Prog. GameTime Courtside Gold Girl Gold Girl Color Color American American Thr. Bible Paid Prog. Christine Frasier Sponge Dora Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Blackout Blackout Prince Prince Movies Baby Stry Baby Stry Charmed Pokémon Dragons Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Griffith Griffith Law & Order: SVU Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog.

Criminal Minds Movies To Be Announced Parkers Parkers Interior Therapy Squawk on the Street CNN Newsroom Jeselnik Jeselnik Doc Mc Sofia Almost Got Away SportsCenter

Criminal Minds

CSI: Miami

CSI: Miami

Baggage

News

ES.TV

2 PM America Now The Talk

2:30 America Now

General Hospital

3 PM

3:30

Katie

4 PM

4:30

News

The Ellen DeGeneres Show The Jeff Probst Show

A Millionaire? The Dr. Oz Show

5 PM

5:30

WIS News 10 at 5:00pm News 19 Friends @ 5pm

Judge Judy Judge Judy Dr. Phil

Super Why! Dinosaur Train Divorce Divorce Court Court Cops Cops

Cat in the Cyberchase Arthur WordGirl Hat Judge Mathis Steve Harvey

Wild Kratts Electric Company The Wendy Williams Show Access Hol- The Office lywood

Jerry Springer

The Ricki Lake Show

Criminal Minds

The First 48

The First 48

Animal Cops Matters Matters Interior Therapy Street Signs

Pit Bulls Movies Interior Therapy Closing Bell

The First 48 Movies Pit Bulls Below Deck

Princesses Fast Money Situation Room South Prk South Prk A.N.T. A.N.T. Deadliest Catch Horn Interruptn College Highly Twisted Pioneer Trisha’s Polaris Outdoor Little House House Hunters Counting Counting Criminal Minds Wife Swap Sponge Sponge Nightmares Nightmares Exit Friends Queens

CABLE CHANNELS

HIGHLIGHTS

Swamplands USA 8:00 p.m. on ANPL The Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia is a unique wilderness that stretches for miles as a black expanse filled with lily pads and cypress trees providing a home for many wild animals including black bears, fishing spiders and giant salamanders. (HD) Betty White’s Off Their Rockers 8:30 p.m. on WIS Ed Asner guest stars as a suitor of Betty White’s that she meets online as well as a prize she pretends to bring home from a charity auction; a woman enlists the help of a stranger to help with her bucket list; a man’s dentures fall in to coffee. (HD) Drunk History 10:00 p.m. on COM Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein make known the Watergate scandal; actors and brothers Edwin and John Wilkes Booth engage in a tragic and terrible feud; in order to meet President Nixon, Elvis goes to the White House uninvited. (HD) Perception 10:00 p.m. on TNT Pierce begins to suspect that a series of murders may be one person’s attempt at bringing attention to a psychological phenomenon; in order to convince his associates about a killer’s motives, Pierce tries to gather undisputable evidence. (HD) NCIS: Los Angeles 10:00 p.m. on Tuesday at WLTX Callen and Sam fly 10 p.m. on WLTX "NCIS: Los out to a crime Angeles," Kim scene in Idaho Raver guestwhen a murder stars as NCIS weapon matches Special Agent the one used in a Paris Summernational security case in L.A., joining skill, a member the NCIS: Red of the mobile Team, a mobile NCIS: Red Team. group of agents who live and work together as they solve crimes around the country. (HD)

To Be Announced Matters Matters Interior Therapy

South Prk South Prk Good Luck Good Luck FBI: Criminal Pursuit SportsCenter ESPN First Take Boy World 700 Club The 700 Club Paid Prog. Grill It! Home Neelys Sports Unlimited UFC Reloaded Gold Girl Gold Girl Home & Family Color Color Color Color American American American American Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Umizoomi Umizoomi Peter Dora Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Blackout Blackout Blackout Blackout Payne Browns Prince Prince Movies Baby Stry Baby Stry Pregnant Pregnant Supernatural Supernatural NinjaGo Johny Test Johny Test Johny Test In Session Griffith Griffith Griffith Griffith Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Roseanne Roseanne Matlock Matlock

Animal Cops Movies Interior Therapy

Animal Cops Interior Therapy Fast Money Around The World

CNN Newsroom South Prk Movies Good Luck Good Luck Movies Unusual Suspects Almost Got Away SportsCenter SportsCenter ESPN First Take Gilmore Girls Switched at Birth Sweet Genius Contessa Contessa

Criminal Minds Movies Animal Cops Parkers Interior Therapy Power Lunch CNN Newsroom Tosh.0 Phineas Auction Auction SportsCenter

Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Phineas Jessie Dual Survival SportsCenter Numbers Never Lie Life of Teen Reba Reba Sandra’s Ten Dollar Rest. Chef 30 Min. World Poker Tour World Poker Tour Marie Marie The Waltons Color Color Hunters Hunters House Hunters House Hunters Counting Counting Counting Counting Counting Counting Counting Counting Married Movies Criminal Minds Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace How I Met How I Met Grey’s Anatomy Guppies Guppies Sponge Sponge Fairly OddParents TMNT TMNT Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Blackout Blackout Blackout Blackout Blackout Blackout Blackout Blackout Rules Rules Jim Raymond American American Wipeout Movies Movies Movies Four Weddings What Not to Wear Baby Stry Baby Stry LI Medium LI Medium Supernatural Bones Bones Bones Gumball Gumball Tom Jerry Tom Jerry Tom Jerry Titans Go! Titans Go! Scooby-Doo Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas Party Party Party Heat Griffith Griffith Griffith Griffith Griffith Griffith Gunsmoke Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Roseanne Roseanne My Fair Wedding Bridezillas Bridezillas In the Heat of Night In the Heat of Night WGN Midday News Walker

Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Jessie Jessie Deadliest Catch Outside College SportsNation Twisted Giada Giada Sports Unlimited The Waltons House Hunters Counting Counting Criminal Minds Grey’s Anatomy Fairly Fairly Bar Rescue Scare Scare Cougar Friends What Not to Wear Bones Johny Test Titans Go! Party Heat Gunsmoke Law & Order: SVU Pregnant and Dating Walker

Jake Tapper Tosh.0 South Prk Shake It A.N.T. Deadliest Catch NFL Live Highly Outside Twisted Contessa Contessa World Poker Tour The Waltons House Hunters Counting Counting Criminal Minds Wife Swap Sponge Sponge Bar Rescue Scare Scare Friends Friends Movies Four Weddings Castle Island Island Limit Limit Bonanza Law & Order: SVU Charmed Walker

To Be Announced

Four Weddings Castle Grojband Regular Limit Limit M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Law & Order: SVU Charmed Law & Order CI

MONDAY EVENING JULY 8 TW FT

Demolition Man 9:00 p.m. on AMC In 2032, a crime lord from the 1990s escapes from a suspended-animation prison during a parole hearing, so a police officer from the same era is released from the facility to catch him since future authorities have little experience with violence. Major Crimes 9:00 p.m. on TNT The squad delves into a murder case and learns that the drug bust behind the act was clouded by unbelievable secrets; Raydor’s husband reemerges back into her life when he arrives in Los Angeles to work as a court-appointed attorney. (HD) Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls 9:00 p.m. on WIS World-renowned survival expert Bear Grylls invites 10 teams of two to begin the competition in New Zealand, where they must rely on one another in order to survive the harsh elements of nature, as well as pitfalls of the game. (HD) God, Guns & Automobiles 10:00 p.m. on HIST In Butler, Miss., an old-fashioned, yet unconventional, car dealer and his radiolegend brother use sometimes bizarre tactics to increase auto sales, such as the promise to staff of blowing up a car if they meet their monthly sales goal. Under the Dome 10:00 p.m. on The residents of WLTX Chester's Mill The residents of gather for a "reChester’s Mill man- charge" party age to gather at Joe at Joe's (Colin McClatchey’s Ford) house on house, where they "Under the plan a “recharge” Dome," airing party with the gen- Monday at erator that he has 10 p.m. on with him; Big Jim WLTX. Rennie and Dale Barbara take time to search for the missing Paul Randolph. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS

Movies

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

8:30

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

News

Nightly News News Entertain- American Ninja Warrior (N) Get Out Alive with Bear Siberia: A Question of Real- News (HD) ment (N) (HD) Grylls (N) (HD) ity (N) (HD) News 19 @ Evening News 19 @ Inside Edi- How I Met 2 Broke Girls 2 Broke Girls Mike & Molly Under the Dome: Manhunt News 19 @ 6pm News (HD) 7pm tion (N) (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) (N) (HD) 11pm News (HD) World News Wheel For- Jeopardy! (N) The Bachelorette 9 (N) (HD) (:01) Mistresses: Payback News (HD) (HD) tune (HD) (HD) (N) (HD) The PBS NewsHour (HD) Globe Trekker Culinary ex- Antiques Roadshow (N) Antiques Roadshow (HD) POV: I’m Carolyn Parker: The Good, the cursion. (N) (HD) Mad, and the Beautiful (HD) 2 1/2 Men 2 1/2 Men The Big Bang The Big Bang Raising Hope Raising Hope New Girl Mindy Pro- WACH FOX News at 10 Family (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) ject (HD) Nightly news report. Brian’s mom. Queens (HD) How I Met Family Feud Family Feud Law & Order: Special Vic- Law & Order: Special Vic- Dish Nation The Office Queens (HD) tims Unit (HD) (N) (HD) tims Unit (HD) (HD)

1 AM

1:30

The Tonight Show with Jay (:36) Late Night with (:36)Carson Leno (N) (HD) Jimmy Fallon (HD) Daly Late Show with David Let- Late Late Show with Craig (:37) News terman (N) (HD) Ferguson (N) Jimmy Kimmel Live Celeb- (:37)Night- (:07) Brown (:36)Paid rity interviews (HD) line (HD) (HD) Program BBC World Charlie Rose (N) (HD) Antiques Roadshow (HD) News Family Raymond omg! Insider TMZ (N) Seinfeld (N) How I Met Always Always American American (HD) Sunny (HD) Sunny (HD) Dad! (HD) Dad! (HD)

CABLE CHANNELS The First 48 (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) The Glades (N) (HD) Longmire (N) (HD) (:01) Longmire (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) (:01) The Glades (HD) Negotiator The Italian Job (‘03, Drama) aac Mark Wahlberg. (HD) Demolition Man (‘93, Action) aac Sylvester Stallone. (:31) Scream (‘96, Horror) Roger Jackson. Teens murdered. To Be Announced Wildman Wildman Wildman Wildman Off Hook Off Hook Top Hooker (HD) Wildman Wildman Off Hook Off Hook Top Hooker (HD) 106 & Park (N) (HD) Notorious (‘09, Drama) aac Jamal Woolard. Life of Wallace. Rickey Smiley: Live From Atlanta Wendy Williams (N) The Great Debaters Below Deck Real Housewives Housewife Real Housewives (N) Below Deck (N) Watch What Housewife Real Housewives Below Deck Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) Car Chaser Super Rich Homes 2 Greed: The Bling Ring Mad Money Super Rich Homes 2 Greed: The Bling Ring 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) Sunny Tosh (HD) Futurama Futurama South Prk South Prk Hot Tub Time Machine (‘10) John Cusack. (HD) (:15) Daniel Tosh (:15) A. Jeselnik (HD) (:15) Beerfest (‘06) (HD) Good Luck Jessie A.N.T. Austin Austin Austin Wizards of Waverly Place aac (HD) Phineas A.N.T. Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck Shake It A.N.T. Fast N’ Loud (HD) Fast N’ Loud (HD) Fast N’ Loud (N) (HD) Fast N’ Loud (N) (HD) Street Outlaws (N) Fast N’ Loud (HD) Street Outlaws (HD) Fast N’ Loud (HD) SportsCenter (HD) MLB Baseball: Teams TBA z{| (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Horn (HD) Interruptn NFL Live (HD) World Series (HD) World Series (HD) World Series (HD) SportsNation (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) NASCAR NFL Live The Fosters (HD) Switched at Birth (HD) Switched at Birth (N) The Fosters (N) (HD) Switched at Birth (HD) The 700 Club Bel-Air Bel-Air Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners (N) Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Jack In Stuntbust. UFC Reloaded: UFC 136: Edgar vs Maynard III no~ (HD) World Poker (HD) World Poker (HD) UFC Reloaded (HD) Prairie Prairie The Case for Christmas (‘11) Dean Cain. (HD) Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Income Property (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Hunters Hunters Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Hunters Hunters Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars American Pickers (N) God, Guns God, Guns Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars American Picker (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Without a Trace (HD) Working Girl (‘88) aac Melanie Griffith. (HD) Movie Morning Glory (‘10) aac Rachel McAdams. (HD) (:02) Movie Sponge Sponge Sam & Cat Figure It Awesome Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Jail (HD) Jail (HD) Jail (HD) Jail (HD) Defiance Defiance Defiance Defiance (N) Warehouse 13 (N) Defiance Warehouse 13 (HD) Primeval: New (HD) Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Family Family Family Family Deon Cole Conan (N) (HD) Deon Cole Conan (HD) Office Beach Blanket Bingo (‘65) aa Frankie Avalon. Carson Carson Some Like It Hot (‘59, Comedy) Marilyn Monroe. (:15) The Fortune Cookie (‘66, Comedy) aaa Walter Matthau. St. Louis Toddlers (HD) Breaking Amish (HD) Cake Boss Cake Boss Cake Boss Cake Boss Four Houses (N) (HD) Cake Boss Cake Boss Four Houses (HD) Cake Boss Cake Boss Castle: Cuffed (HD) Castle Double life. (HD) Major Crimes (HD) Major Crimes (N) (HD) King & Maxwell (N) Major Crimes (HD) King & Maxwell (HD) Cold Case (HD) Adventure Regular Regular Adventure Regular Orange King King Bob’s Dad (HD) Family Family Robot Squid ATHF Bob’s Cops Cops Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Kentucky All Worked All Worked Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic MASH MASH MASH MASH Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Queens Queens Queens King of Queens (HD) Soul Man NCIS: Tribes (HD) NCIS: L. A. (HD) WWE Monday Night Raw (HD) Suits: Zane vs. Zane (:05) Suits: He’s Back (:05) Suits: Normandy Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Marriage Marriage Jealousy. Marriage Secrets. Marriage Pregnant and Dating Pregnant: Revelations Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) News (HD) Home Videos (HD) Rules Rules 30 Rock Scrubs

TUESDAY EVENING JULY 9 TW FT

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

8:30

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

Nightly News News Entertain- Betty Betty (:01) America’s Got Talent: Episode 6 Judging panel News (HD) ment (N) White’s (HD) White’s (N) chooses others. (N) (HD) News 19 @ Evening News 19 @ Inside Edi- NCIS: Canary Cyber-terrorist. Big Brother 15 (N) (HD) NCIS: Los Angeles: Red, News 19 @ 6pm News (HD) 7pm tion (N) (HD) Part 1 (HD) 11pm News (HD) World News Wheel For- Jeopardy! (N) Extreme Weight Loss: Jami Swimming challenge; suicide Body of Proof: Breakout In- News (HD) (HD) tune (HD) (HD) attempt. (N) (HD) mate escapes. (HD) The PBS NewsHour (HD) Making It Grow (N) Lewis and Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery Frontline: Two American Families Poverty 1803 expedition. (HD) in America. (N) (HD) 2 1/2 Men 2 1/2 Men The Big Bang The Big Bang So You Think You Can Dance: Top 18 Perform, 2 Elimi- WACH FOX News at 10 Family (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) nated Final 18 dance. (N) (HD) Nightly news report. Queens (HD) How I Met Family Feud Family Feud House: One Day One Room House: Needle in a Haystack Dish Nation The Office Queens (HD) (HD) Clinic duty. (HD) (HD) (N) (HD) News

1 AM

1:30

The Tonight Show with Jay (:36) Late Night with (:36)Carson Leno (N) (HD) Jimmy Fallon (HD) Daly Late Show with David Let- Late Late Show with Craig (:37) News terman (N) (HD) Ferguson (N) Jimmy Kimmel Live Celeb- (:37)Night- (:07) Brown (:36)Paid rity interviews (HD) line (HD) (HD) Program BBC World Charlie Rose (N) (HD) Lewis and Clark: Journey News (HD) Family Raymond omg! Insider TMZ (N) Seinfeld (N) How I Met Always Always American American (HD) Sunny (HD) Sunny (HD) Dad! (HD) Dad! (HD)

CABLE CHANNELS Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage NY Storage NY Shipping Shipping Shipping Shipping Storage Storage Storage NY Storage NY Italian Demolition Man (‘93, Action) aac Sylvester Stallone. S.W.A.T. (‘03, Action) Samuel L. Jackson. Jailbreak plot. (HD) Bad Boys (‘95, Action) aac Martin Lawrence. To Be Announced Wildman Wildman Swamplands USA (N) Swamplands USA (N) Wild Appalachia (HD) Swamplands (HD) Swamplands (HD) Wild Appalachia (HD) 106 & Park (N) (HD) Game Game Game Game Game Game (N) Game Husbands Husbands Wendy Williams (N) Blue Hill Avenue (‘01) Housewives Real Housewives Housewife Interior Therapy (N) Property Property Watch What Property Interior Property Housewives Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) 60 Minutes Millions Millions Greed Mad Money 60 Minutes 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) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Drunk His Jeselnik Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Jeselnik Drunk His Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Good Luck Jessie A.N.T. Austin Home Alone 3 (‘97) a Alex D. Linz. Phineas Good Luck Jessie Austin A.N.T. Good Luck Good Luck Shake It A.N.T. Deadliest Catch (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) Deadliest Catch (N) Deadliest Catch (N) Blood & Oil (N) (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) Blood & Oil (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) SportsCenter: from Bristol, Conn. (HD) Nine for IX: Pat XO Nine for IX: Pat XO Baseball Tonight (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Horn (HD) Interruptn NFL Live (HD) SportsNation (HD) WNBA Basketball: Atlanta vs Minnesota NFL Live (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) Nine for IX: Pat XO Twisted Pretty Little Liars (HD) Pretty Little Liars (N) Twisted (N) Pretty Little Liars (HD) The 700 Club Bel-Air Bel-Air Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (N) (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) GameTime Courtside Hall (HD) Stuntbust. Bull Riding UFC Unleashed (HD) Stuntbust. Insider World Poker (HD) West Coast Customs Sports Unlimited (HD) Prairie Prairie A troubled teen. Hitched for the Holidays (‘12) Fake lovers. (HD) Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl House Hunters Hunters Hunters Property Property Flop Flop Hunters Hunters Rent Rent Flop Flop Hunters Hunters Cars (HD) Cars (HD) Cars (HD) Cars (HD) Cars (HD) Cars (HD) Cars (N) Cars (N) God, Guns God, Guns American American Cars (HD) Cars (HD) Cars (HD) Cars (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Pretty Wicked (HD) Dance Moms (HD) Dance Moms (HD) Dance Moms (N) (HD) Pretty Wicked (N) (HD) Devious Maids (HD) Dance Moms (HD) Dance Moms (HD) Sponge Sponge Sam & Cat Figure It Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Exit The Beam Room. Exit MMA fighters. Exit Brain games. Exit Teams compete. Exit Room escape. Blackout Blackout Exit Room escape. Arctic Predator a (HD) Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (N) (HD) Office Conan (HD) Office (:15) The Gazebo (‘59, Comedy) aac Glenn Ford. Now, Voyager (‘42, Drama) aaa Bette Davis. Deception (‘46, Drama) aaa Bette Davis. Dead Ringer (‘64, Drama) aac Bette Davis. Toddlers (HD) Teen Is Pregnan (HD) Schizophrenic (HD) Jani at 10 (HD) Teen Is Pregnan (N) Jani at 10 (HD) Teen Is Pregnan (HD) Schizophrenic (HD) Castle: Pandora (HD) Castle: Linchpin (HD) Rizzoli & Isles (HD) Rizzoli & Isles (N) (HD) Perception (N) (HD) Rizzoli & Isles (HD) Perception (HD) The Mentalist (HD) Regular Regular Johny Test Titans Go! Looney T. Adventure King King Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family Robot Squid ATHF Dad (HD) Cops Cops Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn (N) Hardcore Pawn Pawn Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Pawn Pawn Pawn Hardcore MASH MASH MASH MASH Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Queens Queens Queens King of Queens (HD) Cleveland SVU: Cold (HD) SVU: Starved (HD) SVU: Fat (HD) SVU: Savant (HD) SVU: Unorthodox (HD) SVU: Gone (HD) CSI: Crime (HD) House: Pilot (HD) Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Marriage Marriage Jealousy. Marriage Secrets. Marriage Pregnant and Dating Pregnant: Revelations Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) Bull Durham (‘88, Comedy) aaa Kevin Costner. News (HD) Home Videos (HD) Rules Rules 30 Rock Scrubs


TELEVISION

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

THE ITEM

WEDNESDAY EVENING JULY 10 TW FT

6 PM

6:30

News

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

8:30

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

Entertain- America’s Got Talent: Epi- America’s Got Talent: Epi- (:01)Camp: Pilot Summer News ment (N) sode 3 (HD) sode 7 (N) (HD) camp opens. (N) (HD) Inside Edi- Big Brother 15 (N) (HD) The American Baking CSI: Crime Scene Investi- News 19 @ tion (N) Competition (N) (HD) gation: Exile (HD) 11pm Jeopardy! (N) The Middle Family Tools Modern The Neigh- ABC’s The Lookout (HD) News (HD) (HD) (HD) (N) Family (HD) bors (HD) NatureScen NOVA: Building Pharaoh’s Secrets of the Dead: Ultimate Tut Scientists explore story Tavis Smiley Chariot (HD) behind Tut. (N) (HD) (HD) The Big Bang The Big Bang MasterChef: Top 11 Compete; Top 10 Compete Fish tacos; WACH FOX News at 10 Family (HD) (HD) All-Star Game tickets. (N) (HD) Nightly news report. Family Feud Family Feud Numb3rs: Structural Cor- Numb3rs: Prime Suspect Dish Nation The Office Queens (HD) ruption (HD) (HD) (N) (HD)

Nightly News News (HD) News 19 @ Evening News 19 @ 6pm News (HD) 7pm News (HD) World News Wheel For(HD) tune (HD) The PBS NewsHour (HD) Europe 2 1/2 Men 2 1/2 Men (HD) (HD) Queens (HD) How I Met (HD)

1 AM

1:30

The Tonight Show with Jay (:36) Late Night with (:36)Carson Leno (N) (HD) Jimmy Fallon (HD) Daly Late Show with David Let- Late Late Show with Craig (:37) News terman (N) (HD) Ferguson (N) Jimmy Kimmel Live Celeb- (:37)Night- (:07) Brown (:36)Paid rity interviews (HD) line (HD) (HD) Program BBC World Charlie Rose (N) (HD) NOVA: Building Pharaoh’s News Chariot (HD) Family Raymond omg! Insider TMZ (N) Seinfeld (N) How I Met Always Always American American (HD) Sunny (HD) Sunny (HD) Dad! (HD) Dad! (HD)

CABLE CHANNELS The First 48 (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) Grease (‘78, Musical) aaa John Travolta. (HD) Big (‘88, Comedy) aaa Tom Hanks. Boy’s wish granted. (HD) The Secret (‘87) (HD) To Be Announced Gator Boys (HD) Gator Boys (HD) Wildman Wildman Wildman Wildman Gator Boys (HD) Wildman Wildman Wildman Wildman 106 & Park (N) (HD) Game Game Husbands You Got Served (‘04, Drama) Marques Houston. Sunday Best (HD) Wendy Williams (N) Crash (‘04) aaac Housewife Housewife Real Housewives New York (N) Chef Roblé & Co. (N) Watch What New York Chef Roblé Interior Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) Crime Inc. Prison Industry Greed Mad Money Prison Industry 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) Sunny Tosh (HD) Drunk His Futurama Futurama Futurama South Prk South Prk Futurama Futurama South Prk South Prk South Prk Futurama Zack & Miri (‘08) (HD) Good Luck Jessie A.N.T. Austin Jessie Phineas Jessie Fish Hooks A.N.T. Austin Good Luck Jessie Stevens Stevens Shake It A.N.T. MythBusters (HD) The Big Brain (HD) Outrageous Acts (HD) MythBusters (HD) Airplane Repo (N) (HD) MythBusters (HD) Airplane Repo (HD) Outrageous Acts (HD) SportsCenter (HD) MLB Baseball: Teams TBA z{| (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Horn (HD) Interruptn NFL Live (HD) ESPYS Soccer: América at Chicago Fire z{| Nine for IX: Pat XO Nation Baseball Tonight (HD) NASCAR NFL Live Baby Daddy Baby Daddy Melissa Melissa Melissa Baby Daddy Baby Daddy Melissa Twisted The 700 Club Bel-Air Bel-Air Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Diners Diners Restaurant (HD) Restaurant: Del’s (HD) Restaurant (HD) Mystery Mystery Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Mystery Mystery Access Insider West Coast Customs UFC Ultimate Submissions 2 Game 365 Insider World Poker (HD) UFC Reloaded (HD) Prairie Prairie Taken hostage. Christmas Song (‘12) Natasha Henstridge. (HD) Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Property Bro (HD) Property Bro (HD) Love It No front door. Property Bro (HD) Hunters Hunters Property Bro (HD) Property Bro (HD) Hunters Hunters Bloodlines: Dracula Pawn Stars Pawn Stars American Picker (HD) Only in America (N) Top Shot All-Stars (N) (:02) Top Shot American Picker (HD) 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) Anna Nicole (‘13, Drama) Agnes Bruckner. (HD) Abandoned and Deceived (‘95) Lori Loughlin. Anna Nicole (‘13, Drama) Agnes Bruckner. (HD) Sponge Sponge Sam & Cat Drake Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Lopez Lopez Cops Cops Fight Master (HD) Fight Bellator Fight Master (N) Fight Master (HD) Fight Fight Paranormal Paranormal Ghost Hunters (HD) Ghost Hunters (N) Paranormal (N) Ghost Hunters (HD) Paranormal Witchville (‘10) ac (HD) Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Family Family Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (N) (HD) Office Conan (HD) Office Broadway The Captain Hates the Sea (‘34) The Reckless Moment (‘49) aaa Trade Winds (‘38) (:15) Algiers (‘38, Romance) aaa Charles Boyer. Comrade X (‘40) aac Toddlers (HD) Toddlers (HD) Toddlers (HD) Toddlers (N) (HD) Crown Chasers (N) (HD) Toddlers (HD) Crown Chasers (HD) Castle (HD) Castle (HD) Castle: The Limey (HD) Franklin and Bash (N) Castle (HD) Franklin & Bash (HD) Falling Skies (HD) The Mentalist (HD) Titans Go! Titans Go! Chima Chima Chima Titans Go! King King Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family Robot Squid ATHF Dad (HD) Cops Cops Pawn Pawn S. Beach S. Beach S. Beach S. Beach S. Beach S. Beach Bait Car Bait Car S. Beach S. Beach S. Beach S. Beach MASH MASH MASH MASH Raymond Raymond Friends Friends Cleveland The Exes Soul Man Queens Queens Queens Cleveland The Exes NCIS: Singled Out (HD) NCIS (HD) NCIS: Defiance (HD) Royal Pains (N) Necessary Rough (N) (:02) NCIS (HD) Pains: Pregnant Paws (:02) Necessary Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne L.A. Hair L.A. Hair Curves Curves Bridezillas (HD) Bridezillas (HD) Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) MLB Baseball: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Chicago Cubs (HD) News Home Vid Rules Rules 30 Rock Scrubs

THURSDAY EVENING JULY 11 TW FT

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

8:30

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

News

Nightly News News Entertain- The Winner Is: Million Dollar The Winner Is: Million Dollar Hollywood Game Night (N) (HD) ment (N) Mistake (HD) Dreams (N) (HD) (HD) News 19 @ Evening News 19 @ Inside Edi- The Big Bang (:31)2 1/2 Person of Interest: All In El- Elementary: While You 6pm News (HD) 7pm tion (N) (HD) Men (HD) derly gambler. (HD) Were Sleeping (HD) News (HD) World News Wheel For- Jeopardy! (N) Wipeout: The Ex Games Old Motive: Public Enemy (N) Rookie Blue: The Kids Are (HD) tune (HD) (HD) flames. (N) (HD) (HD) Not Alright (N) (HD) The PBS NewsHour (HD) Equitrek: Big Carolina Stories: Drive-Ins Ice Cream Show Frozen Small Farm Rising Farms Wyoming and Soda Shops dessert. profiled. (HD) 2 1/2 Men 2 1/2 Men The Big Bang The Big Bang Hell’s Kitchen Former Hell’s Kitchen Gourmet bur- WACH FOX News at 10 (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) champs. (HD) gers. (N) (HD) Nightly news report. Queens (HD) How I Met Family Feud Family Feud White Collar: Deadline (HD) White Collar: Dentist of De- Dish Nation The Office (HD) troit (HD) (N) (HD)

News News 19 @ 11pm News (HD) Tavis Smiley (HD) Family Queens (HD)

1 AM

1:30

The Tonight Show with Jay (:36) Late Night with (:36)Carson Leno (N) (HD) Jimmy Fallon (HD) Daly Late Show with David Let- Late Late Show with Craig (:37) News terman (N) (HD) Ferguson (N) Jimmy Kimmel Live Celeb- (:37)Night- (:07) Brown (:36)Paid rity interviews (HD) line (HD) (HD) Program BBC World Charlie Rose (N) (HD) The This Old House Hour News (HD) Family Raymond: omg! Insider TMZ (N) Seinfeld Civil War (N) 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) Intervention (HD) Intervention (N) (HD) Beyond Scared (N) Beyond Scared (HD) (:01) Intervention (HD) (:01) Intervention (HD) Grease (‘78) aaa John Travolta. (HD) Signs (‘02, Drama) aaa Mel Gibson. Alien paranoia. (HD) Showville (N) (HD) Small Town Small Town Signs (‘02, Drama) aaa Mel Gibson. (HD) To Be Announced River Monsters (HD) River Monsters: Unhooked: Lair of Giants (HD) Devoured: Snake (HD) River Monsters: Unhooked: Lair of Giants (HD) Devoured: Snake (HD) 106 & Park (N) (HD) Bet Awards 2013 Chris Tucker hosts hip-hop’s big night. Sunday Best (N) (HD) Wendy Williams (N) Gridiron Gang (‘06) Tabatha Tabatha Housewife Housewife Real Housewives Watch What Property New York Interior Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) Fugitives Greed Greed Internet fraud. Mad Money Greed Greed Internet fraud. 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 Chapplle Chapplle Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Zack and Miri Make a Porno (‘08) aaa (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Drunk His Tosh (HD) Good Luck Jessie A.N.T. Austin Phineas and Ferb (‘11) aaac (HD) Blog Shake It Blog Jessie A.N.T. Good Luck Good Luck Shake It A.N.T. Property Property Backyard Backyard Alaska: Last (HD) Buying Alaska (HD) Property Property Buying Alaska (HD) Property Property Alaska: Last (HD) SportsCenter: from Bristol, Conn. (HD) World Cup of Softball z{| (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) 2013 U.S. Senior Open: First Round z{| Nation Nation WNBA Basketball: Los Angeles vs Tulsa Nine for IX: Pat XO Baseball Tonight (HD) NASCAR NFL Live The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (‘02) aa (HD) Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (‘07) Daniel Radcliffe. (HD) The 700 Club Bel-Air Bel-Air Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Food Court Wars (HD) Food Network (HD) Chopped (HD) Food Court Wars (HD) Insider Access Bull Riding West Coast Customs Customizing cars. UFC Unleashed (HD) World Poker (HD) West Coast Customs Sports Unlimited (HD) Prairie Prairie Christmas Magic (‘11) aa Lindy Booth. (HD) Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Raiders Raiders Addict Addict Raiders (N) Hunters Hunters House (N) Hunters Raiders Hunters Hunters Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Swamp People (N) God, Guns God, Guns 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: The Jerk (HD) House (HD) House: Alone (HD) Wife Swap Wife Swap Wife Swap Wife Swap Wife Swap Pretty Wicked (HD) (:02) Wife Swap (:02) Wife Swap Sponge Sponge Sam & Cat Drake Full Hse Wendell Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Impact Wrestling (N) (HD) Fight Master (HD) Fight Fight Primeval: New (HD) Super Shark (‘12) John Schneider. (HD) Sharknado (‘13, Horror) Tara Reid. 2-Headed Shark Attack (‘12) c (HD) Sharknado (‘13) Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Family Big Bang Big Bang Sullivan & Big Bang Conan (N) (HD) Sullivan & Conan (HD) Office Ride the Wild Surf (‘64) aa Fabián. Playing Jason and the Argonauts (‘63) aaac The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (‘73) aaa Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (‘77) ac Toddlers (HD) Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Four Weddings (N) Four Weddings (N) Four Weddings (HD) Four Weddings (HD) Say Yes Say Yes (5:30) Shooter (‘07, Thriller) Mark Wahlberg. (HD) The Hero (N) (HD) Unknown (‘11, Mystery) aac Liam Neeson. Identity theft. (HD) The Hero (HD) Franklin & Bash (HD) Cold Case Adventure Regular Regular (:45) MAD Crew Regular King King Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family NTSF:SD Pretty ATHF Dad (HD) Cops Cops Dumbest Top 20 Funniest (N) World’s Dumbest (N) Jokers Jokers (:01) Dumbest (:02) Top 20 Funniest (:02) World’s Dumbest MASH MASH MASH MASH Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Queens Queens Queens Queens Queens King of Queens (HD) Gold Girl Couples Retreat (‘09, Comedy) Vince Vaughn. Summer Camp (N) Burn Notice (N) (HD) Graceland (N) (HD) (:02) Summer (:02) Burn Notice (HD) (:02) Graceland (HD) Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne L.A. Hair L.A. Hair (N) House of Curves (N) L.A. Hair Curves L.A. Hair 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

FRIDAY EVENING JULY 12 TW FT

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

8:30

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

News

Nightly News News Entertain- Camp: Pilot Summer camp Dateline NBC (N) (HD) ment (N) opens. (HD) News 19 @ Evening News 19 @ Inside Edi- Undercover Boss Secret Hawaii Five-0: Hoa Pili Blue Bloods: Secrets and 6pm News (HD) 7pm tion (N) CEOs. (HD) Death threats. (HD) Lies (HD) News (HD) World News Wheel For- Jeopardy! (N) Shark Tank Pitches from What Would You Do? 20/20 (N) (HD) (HD) tune (HD) (HD) new inventors. (HD) Moral dilemmas. (HD) The PBS NewsHour (HD) Best of Connections Wash Wk (N) Need to American Masters: A Letter to Elia Divisive Ribbon (HD) Making (N) (HD) Know (HD) director. (HD) 2 1/2 Men 2 1/2 Men The Big Bang The Big Bang Bones: The Shot in the Dark The Following: Let Me Go WACH FOX News at 10 (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) Transferring. (HD) Nightly news report. Queens (HD) How I Met Family Feud Family Feud Monk Sharona sees a bloody Monk: Mr. Monk Meets the Dish Nation The Office (HD) man. (HD) Godfather (HD) (N) (HD)

News News 19 @ 11pm News (HD) Tavis Smiley (HD) Family Queens (HD)

1 AM

The Tonight Show with Jay (:36) Late Night with Leno (N) (HD) Jimmy Fallon (HD) (:35)Late Show with David Late Late Show with Craig Letterman (HD) Ferguson (N) Jimmy Kimmel Live Celeb- (:37)Night- (:07) Brown rity interviews (HD) line (HD) (HD) BBC World Charlie Rose (N) (HD) Wash Wk News (HD) Family Third Raymond omg! Insider TMZ (N) grade. (N) How I Met Always Always American (HD) Sunny (HD) Sunny (HD) Dad! (HD)

1:30 (:36)Carson Daly (:37) News (:36)Paid Program Need to Know (HD) Seinfeld American Dad! (HD)

CABLE CHANNELS Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage The Longest Day (‘62) Hondo (‘53, Western) aaa John Wayne. (HD) The Shawshank Redemption (‘94, Drama) aaaa Tim Robbins. (HD) Breaking Bad (HD) Breaking Bad (HD) To Be Announced Treehouse (HD) Tanked (HD) Treehouse (HD) Treehouse (N) (HD) Treehouse (HD) Treehouse (HD) Tanked (HD) 106 & Park Rap battles. (N) (HD) BET Experience Woman Thou Art Loosed: On the Seventh Day (‘12) a Husbands Husbands Wendy Williams (HD) 35 & Ticking (‘11) ac Princesses Honey (‘03, Drama) ac Jessica Alba. Scary Movie (‘00, Comedy) aa Shawn Wayans. Scary Movie (‘00, Comedy) aa Shawn Wayans. Honey (‘03) ac Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) The Costco Craze Ult. Factories (HD) Greed: Fools Gold Mad Money Ult. Factories (HD) Greed: Fools Gold Situation Room (HD) Erin Burnett OutFront Cooper 360° (N) (HD) Piers Morgan LIVE (N) Special Report Stroumboulopoul (N) Cooper 360° (HD) Special Report South Prk South Prk Tosh (HD) Daniel Tosh Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Drunk His South Prk South Prk Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) The Ringer (‘05) c Johnny Knoxville. (HD) Good Luck Jessie A.N.T. Austin A.N.T. (N) Jessie (N) Gravity Phineas Blog Good Luck A.N.T. Austin A.N.T. Jessie Shake It Austin Sons of Guns (HD) Sons of Guns (HD) Sons of Guns (HD) Warlocks Rising (N) Philly Throttle (N) (HD) Warlocks Rising (HD) Philly Throttle (HD) Sons of Guns (HD) SportsCenter: from Bristol, Conn. (HD) World Cup of Softball z{| (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) (4:00) 2013 U.S. Senior Open: Second Round Soccer: Guadalajara at D.C. United z{| Friday Night Fights z{| (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) NASCAR Poker Home Videos (HD) The Mask (‘94, Comedy) aaa Jim Carrey. (HD) Liar Liar (‘97, Comedy) aac Jim Carrey. (HD) The 700 Club Bel-Air Bel-Air Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Diners Diners Restaurant (HD) Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Mystery Mystery Diners Diners Diners Diners Golf Life Driven Braves MLB Baseball: Cincinnati Reds at Atlanta Braves from Turner Field (HD) Post Game Post Game FOX Sports MLB Baseball: Cincinnati vs Atlanta (HD) Prairie: Second Spring Prairie: Sweet Sixteen Matchmaker Santa (‘12) Lacey Chabert. (HD) The Case for Christmas (‘11) Dean Cain. (HD) Annie Claus is Coming to Town (‘11) aa (HD) Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Homes Pools Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Pools Hunters Hunters Unearthed American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Hoarders (HD) Hoarders (HD) Hoarders (HD) Hoarders (HD) Hoarders (HD) To Be Announced (:02) Hoarders (HD) (:02) Hoarders (HD) Sanjay Sanjay TMNT TMNT TMNT TMNT Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez (:55) The Punisher (‘04, Action) aa Thomas Jane. (HD) The Expendables (‘10, Action) aaac Sylvester Stallone. (HD) A Man Apart (‘03, Action) Vin Diesel. Ongoing drug war. (HD) Nightmares Mega Python vs. Gatoroid (‘11) a (HD) WWE SmackDown (HD) Continuum (N) Defiance Continuum Defiance Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Family Big Daddy (‘99, Comedy) Adam Sandler. (HD) There Yet? There Yet? There Yet? There Yet? There Yet? Dynamite The Warriors (‘55) aa The MGM Story The Bride Wore Black (‘68) Jeanne Moreau. Confidentially Yours (‘83) aaa Fanny Ardant. Mississippi Mermaid (‘70) Jean-Paul Belmondo. Gypsy Wedding (HD) Gypsy Wedding (HD) Bridesmaid Bridesmaid Bridesmaid Bridesmaid Randy (N) (HD) Bridesmaid Bridesmaid Randy: Chicago (HD) Bridesmaid Bridesmaid Castle (HD) Castle (HD) The Taking of Pelham 123 (‘09) aac (HD) 72 Hours (N) (HD) King & Maxwell (HD) Perception (HD) Catch Me If You (HD) Adventure Regular Regular Titans Go! Cartoon Planet (N) King King Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family Robot Squid ATHF Dad (HD) Cops Cops Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Top 20 Gun safety. Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn MASH MASH MASH MASH Friends Friends Friends Friends (:15) Friends Friends Friends Friends (:48) The Exes (HD) Friends SVU: Swing (HD) SVU: PTSD (HD) SVU: Crush (HD) SVU: Hardwired (HD) SVU: Anchor (HD) Necessary (:01) CSI: Crime (HD) (:01) CSI: Crime (HD) Marriage Jealousy. Marriage Secrets. Marriage Marriage Camp (N) Bridezillas (N) (HD) Marriage: The Plunge Marriage Marriage Jealousy. MLB Game 10th (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

E5

HIGHLIGHTS Family Tools 8:30 p.m. on WOLO Terry and Jack get an idea to create another business with Terry giving design advice and when it starts to take over Mr. Jiffy Fix, Jack and Darren search for a way to separate them; Mason becomes CPR certified and wants to save a life. (HD) Royal Pains Terry (Leah Remini) and Jack 9:00 p.m. on USA decide to expand A shock-jock’s overthe-top on-air perthe family busisona is spinning out ness on the of control and series finale of WOLO's "Family Jeremiah is tasked with trying to figure Tools," airing out why; Hank and Wednesday at Divya treat a doggy 8:30 p.m. day care owner while Paige follows an exciting new career path; Divya has very big news. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10:00 p.m. on WLTX The CSI team investigates the demise of a famous Cuban singer’s sister who happens to in town as part of a U.S. tour; Hodges begins to show signs of cold feet when he thinks about the prospect of marrying his beautiful Italian girlfriend. (HD) Necessary Roughness 10:01 p.m. on USA Even though he doesn’t believe in talk therapy, Dani has to help a self-help guru with his problems: TK finally meets his match when he encounters Sheera and Nico is able to get a hold of valuable inside information on mega-corp V3. Camp 10:01 p.m. on WIS Mackenzie Granger, Director for Little Otter Family Camp, begins dealing with her divorce while facing the challenges of keeping her summer camp afloat after a tempting buyout offer from Roger Shepard, owner of an upscale resort across the lake. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS The Hero 8:00 p.m. on TNT A Team Challenge has the contestants taking a lie-detector test; tensions rise in the house following the results of a test; one of the potential heroes is subjected to tear gas; Lydia shares her deepest thoughts with the others in the War Room. (HD) The Big Bang Theory 8:00 p.m. on WLTX Sheldon does his best to play nursemaid, as he tries to help a sick Amy get back on her feet and healthy again; Wolowitz takes some time to prepare for a huge upcoming fishing trip with his father-in-law in hopes that he won’t embarrass himself. (HD) Burn Notice 9:00 p.m. on USA A former Russian operative, working with Burke’s underground network, and Michael have to outwit a ruthless counterintelligence expert who is locking down the island; Strong makes Fiona an offer she can’t refuse to to get her to help Michael. (HD) Thursday at 9 p.m., WIS The Winner Is presents the 9:00 p.m. on WIS regular premiere A vocal game show of its new sing- hosted by Nick ing game show Lachey showcasing ordinary people hosted by Nick with extraordinary Lachey, "The singing talent from Winner Is." all walks of life including soloists, groups, kids, and adults all competing in head to head duels for the chance to win $1,000,000. (HD) Hollywood Game Night 10:00 p.m. on WIS Two contestants engage in the ultimate pop-culture battle as they lead two teams of three including Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry, Martin Short, Kristen Bell, Daniel Dae Kim, and Alyson Hannigan in a competition with the hope of winning $25,000. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS The Shawshank Redemption 9:00 p.m. on AMC A successful banker is convicted of a brutal murder and sentenced to life in prison, where he forges a bond of brotherhood with another prisoner while he copes with the horrors of prison and tries to improve conditions in the harsh institution. (HD) What Would You Do? 9:00 p.m. on WOLO Unsuspecting individuals and random passersby are put in awkward and morally troubling situations in order to capture footage from hidden cameras that demonstrates how ordinary people might behave in beyond-hypothetical moments. (HD) When Henry (Len Blue Bloods Cariou) gets 10:00 p.m. on mugged at an WLTX ATM, his grand- Danny and Kate are son Jamie is sent coming up emptyinto a rage on handed with leads "Blue Bloods," for a shooting, but airing Friday at Linda provides 10 p.m. on WLTX. some help when she overhears the victim telling the priest who is responsible; Jamie is sent into a rage when Henry gets mugged at an ATM. (HD) 72 Hours 10:30 p.m. on TNT Three teams of strangers are set free in the extreme landscape of the New Zealand Alps in order to race against one another in search of a briefcase containing a small fortune, and they are only able to rely on their ingenuity and desire to win. (HD) A Man Apart 11:00 p.m. on SPIKE After two former street thugs have moved up the ranks in the DEA, they join the fight in the ongoing drug war against growing, hostile cartels along the California-Mexico border, but a murder turns the investigation into a plot for revenge. (HD)


E6

TELEVISION

THE ITEM

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

SATURDAY DAYTIME JULY 13 TW FT

8 AM LazyTown

8:30

Noodle and Doodle Busytown Busytown (HD) (HD) Good Morning America Weekend (N) (HD) Sewing Quilt Eric Drexler. Big World Real Life 101 Explore

9 AM

9:30

10 AM 10:30 11 AM 11:30 12 PM 12:30 1 PM LOCAL CHANNELS

1:30

2 PM

2:30

3 PM

3:30

4 PM

4:30

5 PM

5:30

WIS News 10 Saturday The Chica The weekend news. Show CBS This Morning: Saturday

Pajanimals Justin Time Tree Fu Tom European Tour Golf: Scottish Open: Third Round: from Castle Stuart U.S. Open 2013 U.S. Senior Open Golf Championship: Third Round: from Omaha Country Club Golf Links in Inverness, Scotland z{| (HD) (HD) in Omaha, Neb. z{| (HD) Liberty Liberty Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Andy Griffith Andy Griffith PGA TOUR Golf: John Deere Classic: Third Round: from TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Ill. gram Show Show z{| (HD) gram gram gram Food Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Football Saturdays in the Countdown NASCAR Nationwide Series: New England 200: from New Hampshire Countdown Ocean (N) Born to Ex- Sea Rescue Recipe gram South (HD) (HD) Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H. z{| (HD) gram gram gram plore (N) (N) (HD) Rehab (N) Thought (HD) (HD) The This Old House Hour Rough Cut Woodwright Victory: Dark Garden to Cook’s (HD) Lidia’s Italy Julia Chef Ming Test Kitchen Cooking Martha Hometime The This Old House Hour Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Rochester (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) Table (N) (N) (HD) (N) School (N) Bakes (N) (HD) (HD) Teen Kids Winning Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- 2 1/2 Men 2 1/2 Men The Simp- The Simp- 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup: Group C: Cuba at United States from Rio The Big News Edge gram gram gram gram gram (HD) (HD) gram sons sons Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah z{| (HD) Bang (HD) American LatiNation MyDestina- McKenzie Open House Cold Case: Yo, Adrian Dying Paid Pro- Cars.TV Edgemont Edgemont Edgemont Edgemont Edgemont Young Icons Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Mystery gram (N) (N) gram tion.TV (HD) (N) confession. (HD) gram gram (HD)

CABLE CHANNELS Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Flip This House (HD) Flip This House (HD) Flipping Vegas (HD) Shipping Con Air (‘97, Action) Nicolas Cage. Inmates take plane. (HD) True Lies (‘94) aaa Arnold Schwarzenegger. (HD) Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman Rawhide The Shawshank Redemption (‘94, Drama) aaaa Tim Robbins. (HD) Death Wish (‘74, Drama) Charles Bronson. (HD) Death Wish II c (HD) Must Love Cats (HD) To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Guess Who (‘05, Comedy) aac Bernie Mac. The Perfect Holiday (‘07, Comedy) a Morris Chestnut. 35 & Ticking (‘11, Comedy) ac Tamala Jones. Romantic lives. He’s Mine, Not Yours (‘11, Comedy) ac Jason Weaver. Womn Thou Princesses Princesses Housewife Housewife Housewife Housewife Vanderpump Vanderpump Vanderpump Vanderpump 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. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. (6:00) New Day Saturday Your (HD) Saturday Morn (HD) CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom Your (N) The Next CNN Newsroom Saturday Sanjay CNN Newsroom Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie (‘03) aaa Beverly Hills Cop III (‘94) aac Eddie Murphy. Weekend at Bernie’s (‘89) Andrew McCarthy. Futurama Futurama Futurama Major League (‘89, Comedy) aac Tom Berenger. Jake and Sofia Good Luck Good Luck Jessie A.N.T. Gravity Jessie Jessie A.N.T. Jessie Jessie Jessie A.N.T. A.N.T. A.N.T. Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck Blog Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Fast N’ Loud (HD) Property Property Property Property Property Property Alaska: Last (HD) Alaska: Last (HD) Sons of Guns (HD) Sons of Guns (HD) Sons of Guns (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter: from Bristol, Conn. (HD) Men S-Ball no~ 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup: Team TBA at Team TBA (HD) Nine for IX: Pat XO Nine for IX: Venus vs. Bassmasters Fishing NHRA Lucas Oil (HD) NASCAR Nation. (HD) Nine for IX: Pat XO Billiards no} Billiards no} Billiards no} Crossfit Crossfit Crossfit Crossfit Crossfit Crossfit Garfield 2 Richie Rich (‘94) aa Macaulay Culkin. (HD) Home Alone (‘90) aaa Macaulay Culkin. (HD) Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (‘92) aac (HD) The Mask (‘94, Comedy) aaa Jim Carrey. (HD) Liar Liar (‘97) aac (HD) Best Thing Best Thing Bobby Flay Pioneer Pioneer Trisha’s Barefoot Giada (N) Chopped (HD) Mystery Mystery Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Diners Diners Iron Chef Amer. (HD) Paid Prog. Outdoors Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Ship Shape Polaris Jack In Stuntbust. World Poker (HD) World Poker (HD) Game 365 GameTime FOX Sports Braves MLB Baseball: Cincinnati vs Atlanta (HD) A Christmas Wish (‘11) aa Kristy Swanson. (HD) Annie Claus is Coming to Town (‘11) aa (HD) Naughty or Nice (‘12) Hilarie Burton. (HD) Matchmaker Santa (‘12) Lacey Chabert. (HD) Debbie Macomber’s Mrs. Miracle (‘09) aac (HD) Vanilla Vanilla Vanilla Vanilla Bath Crash Bath Crash Bath Crash Bath Crash Bath Crash Bath Crash Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Flop Flop Flop Flop Flop Flop Invent USA Invent USA Invent USA Invent USA Invent USA Invent USA American American American American American American American American American American American American Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Oyakhilome Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Space Cowboys (‘00, Science Fiction) Clint Eastwood. One last mission. Monk Monk Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Unsolved (HD) Stolen Child (‘11) Emmanuelle Vaugier. (HD) Accused at 17 (‘10, Drama) Cynthia Gibb. (HD) Fugitive at 17 (‘12, Drama) Christina Cox. (HD) Sponge Sponge Sponge Fairly Sponge Sanjay TMNT Monsters Nick 10 Sponge Samurai Sponge Fairly Fairly Fairly Fairly Sanjay Sanjay Sam & Cat Sam & Cat Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Xtrm 4x4 Horsepwr Trucks! Muscle Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Walking Tall (‘04, Action) Dwayne Johnson. (HD) (:01) A Man Apart (‘03, Action) Vin Diesel. (HD) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Savage Planet (‘06) a Sean Patrick Flanery. The Lost Future (‘10) aa Sean Bean. (HD) Axe Giant (‘13, Horror) Amber Connor. Jules Verne’s Mysterious Island (‘10) (HD) Prince Caspian (HD) Payne Browns There Yet? Jim (HD) Rules Rules Raymond Get Smart (‘08, Comedy) aac Steve Carell. (HD) Big Daddy (‘99, Comedy) Adam Sandler. (HD) Raymond Friends Friends Friends Friends Miss Blandish (‘50) The Girl from Jones Beach (‘49) (:45) The Falcon’s Alibi (‘46) aac The Painted Hills (‘51) (:15) 3:10 to Yuma (‘57, Western) Glenn Ford. (:15) Rio Lobo (‘70, Western) aaac John Wayne. (:15) Eagles Dare (‘69) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Moving Up (HD) Moving Up (HD) Moving Up (HD) Four Houses (HD) Honey Boo Boo (HD) Honey Boo Boo (HD) Honey Boo Boo (HD) Honey Boo Boo (HD) Honey Boo Honey Boo Perception (HD) King & Maxwell (HD) Major Crimes (HD) Rizzoli & Isles (HD) Rules of Engagement (‘00, Action) Samuel L. Jackson. (HD) Catch Me If You Can (‘02, Drama) aaa Leonardo DiCaprio. (HD) Unknown Beyblade Unova (N) Chima Ben 10 Batman Titans Go! Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Most Shock Most Shock Most Shock Storage Storage Pawn Pawn Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Wipeout (HD) Wipeout (HD) Gold Girl Gold Girl Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Soul Man Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Men in Black (‘97) aac Will Smith. (HD) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Summer Pains: Pregnant Paws Burn Notice (HD) Graceland (HD) Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (‘84) aaa (:32) Raiders of the Lost Ark (‘81, Adventure) Harrison Ford. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Life’s Fun Chocolat (‘00, Comedy) aaa Juliette Binoche. Coyote Ugly (‘00, Drama) aa Piper Perabo. Singer tends bar. Miss Congeniality (‘00, Comedy) aac Sandra Bullock. 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)

HIGHLIGHTS

SATURDAY EVENING JULY 13 TW FT

Shooter 8:00 p.m. on TNT An elite Marine sniper is lured out of retirement in order to prevent the assassination of the president, but he soon finds himself on the wrong side of the law when he is framed and hunted down for the murder of an Ethiopian dignitary. (HD) An American Girl: Saige Paints the Sky Sidney Fullmer 8:00 p.m. on WIS (pictured) and Saige is a 9-yearJane Seymour old girl with a pas- star in "An sion for horses and American Girl: art who is devasSaige Paints the tated when her art Sky," debuting class gets cut at Saturday at school and her 8 p.m. on WIS. best friend begins spending more time with someone else, which pushes her to seek advice from her grandma Mimi. (HD) Zero Hour 8:00 p.m. on WOLO Hank, Beck and Laila head to the Faroe Islands in search of the True Cross; the Gallistons sense it is time to tell Hank more about his past; White Vincent and his team use a Passion Flower to guide them and find more secrets underground. (HD) 666 Park Avenue 9:00 p.m. on WOLO Jane is still reeling from the discovery of what happened to her mother when her father shows up to get her out of The Drake at gunpoint; Henry is given a cryptic warning by Sullivan; Louise and Brian find out the consequences of Alexis' fury. (HD) The Mechanic 10:00 p.m. on USA An assassin out to avenge his friend’s murder reluctantly trains the victim’s son to become a killer so he can share in the payback of his father’s murderer, but the deadly duo is forced to reconcile the past with their current mission.

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

8:30

News (HD) Entertainment Tonight (N) An American Girl: Saige Paints the Sky (‘13, Family) Sid- Do No Harm: A Stand-In (N) ney Fullmer. Saige’s art class. (HD) (HD) (HD) News 19 @ CBS Evening Inside Edi- Paid Pro- Elementary: The Rat Race 48 Hours In-depth investi- 48 Hours: L.I.S.K. (N) gative reports. gram Dead banker. (HD) tion (N) 6pm (HD) World News Paid Pro- Wheel For- Jeopardy! Zero Hour: Balance Faroe Is- 666 Park Avenue: Lazarus: 20/20 (N) (HD) (HD) gram tune (HD) (HD) lands. (N) (HD) Part 1 (N) (HD) Lawrence Welk: Country & S. Holmes: The Problem of Masterpiece: Inspector Lewis II: Quality of Doc Martin: The Apple Sun Studio Western Thor Bridge Mercy Dark secret. (HD) Doesn’t Fall (N) The Big Bang MLB Player MLB Baseball: Regional Coverage-Teams TBA z{| (HD) News omg! Insider (HD) (HD) (N) Futurama Futurama The Office The Office First Family First Family Mr. Box Of- Mr. Box Of- Law & Order: Shield Undercover killer. (HD) fice (HD) fice (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) News

1 AM

1:30

(:29) Saturday Night Live Sketch comedy, (:02) Criminal Minds: Public celebrity hosts & music. (HD) Enemy (HD) News 19 @ (:35) CSI: Miami: Invasion (:35) Crook & Chase Artist (:35)Enter11pm (HD) interviews. tainers News (HD) Burn Notice: Partners in Cold Case: Yo, Adrian Dying Animal Rescue Crime (HD) confession. (HD) Austin City Limits Country NOVA: Building Pharaoh’s Secrets of the Dead: Ultiartists. (HD) Chariot (HD) mate Tut (HD) Raymond Seinfeld Hell’s Kitchen: Winner Cho- Goodwin 30 Secs. sen (HD) (HD) Fame (HD) Access Hollywood (N) (HD) Futurama Futurama Da Vinci Paid Program News

CABLE CHANNELS True Lies (‘94) aaa (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Death Wish II c (HD) Death Wish 3 (‘85) ac Charles Bronson. (HD) Death Wish 4: The Crackdown (‘87) ac (HD) Death Wish V: The Face of Death (‘94) a (HD) The Killing (HD) To Be Announced My Cat from Hell (HD) My Cat from Hell (N) My Cat from Hell (N) My Cat from Hell (HD) My Cat from Hell (HD) My Cat from Hell (HD) My Cat from Hell (HD) (5:30) Woman Thou Art Loosed (‘12) a Daddy’s Little Girls (‘07, Drama) a Gabrielle Union. Big Momma’s House (‘00, Comedy) ac Martin Lawrence. Big Momma’s 2 (‘06) a Vanderpump Pleading. Vanderpump Housewives Housewives Real Housewives Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Ult. Factories (HD) Greed Suze Orman Show (N) Debt Debt Greed Suze Orman Debt Debt Situation Room (HD) CNN Newsroom CNN Presents (HD) Piers Morgan (HD) CNN Newsroom Stroumboulopoulos Piers Morgan (HD) CNN Newsroom The Ringer (‘05) c Johnny Knoxville. (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Grandma’s Boy (‘06) a Allan Covert. (HD) Drunk His I Love You, Man (‘09, Comedy) Paul Rudd. (HD) Austin Jessie Good Luck Jessie Jessie A.N.T. Phineas Gravity A.N.T. Austin Good Luck Jessie Austin Good Luck Jessie A.N.T. Deadliest Catch (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Rallycross z{| World Cup of Softball: United States vs Japan SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Crossfit Games (HD) MLL Lacrosse: 2013 All Star Game z{| CFL Football: British Columbia Lions at Edmonton Eskimos z{| Baseball Tonight (HD) NASCAR Liar Liar (‘97) aac (HD) Zookeeper (‘11, Comedy) aa Kevin James. Happy Gilmore (‘96) aaa Adam Sandler. (HD) Billy Madison (‘95) aac Adam Sandler. (HD) Baby Daddy Baby Daddy Food Network (HD) Diners Diners Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Iron Chef Amer. (HD) Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) MLB Baseball (HD) Post Game Post Game Chipper Jo Driven (HD) Driven UFC Ultimate Knockouts 9 (HD) MLB Baseball: Cincinnati vs Atlanta (HD) Debbie Macomber’s Call Me Mrs. Miracle (HD) Debbie Macomber’s Trading Christmas (HD) A Christmas Wish (‘11) aa Kristy Swanson. (HD) A Princess for Christmas (‘11) aac (HD) 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 Sister accused. Monk Monk Monk Nine murders. Monk Paperboy killed. Monk Killer neighbor. Monk Hit TV show. Gone Missing (‘13) Daphne Zuniga. (HD) The Nightmare Nanny (‘13) Ashley Scott. (HD) The Surrogate (‘13) Cameron Mathison. (HD) The Nightmare Nanny (‘13) Ashley Scott. (HD) Movie Sam & Cat Marvin Big Time Wendell Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez Man Apart (:34) The Expendables (‘10, Action) Sylvester Stallone. (HD) Walking Tall (‘04, Action) Dwayne Johnson. (HD) (:01) Stealth (‘05, Action) Josh Lucas. Computerized jets. (HD) Nightmares Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (HD) Sinbad: Hunted Sinbad: Siren (N) Primeval: New (N) The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (‘08) aac Ben Barnes. (HD) Queens Queens Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Sullivan & Deon Cole Bad Boys II (‘03, Action) Martin Lawrence. (HD) (5:15) Where Eagles Dare (‘69) Richard Burton. The Women (‘39, Comedy) Norma Shearer. Women gather. Hired Wife (‘40) Rosalind Russell. The Feminine Touch (‘41) aa Rosalind Russell. Honey Boo Honey Boo Honey Boo Honey Boo Honey Boo Honey Boo Honey Boo Honey Boo Honey Boo Boo (HD) Honey Boo Honey Boo Honey Boo Boo (HD) Honey Boo Honey Boo Unknown (‘11, Mystery) aac Liam Neeson. (HD) Shooter (‘07, Thriller) Mark Wahlberg. Sniper framed. (HD) Unknown (‘11, Mystery) aac Liam Neeson. Identity theft. (HD) 72 Hours (HD) Regular Regular Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (‘88) Bob Hoskins. King Dad (HD) Family Family Cleveland Boondcks Bleach Naruto Piece (N) Soul Wipeout (HD) Wipeout (HD) Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn (:01) Top 20 Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Men Black Soul Man Men in Black (‘97, Science Fiction) aac Will Smith. (HD) Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond (:48) The Exes (HD) Queens G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (‘09) Elite soldiers. Fast & Furious (‘09, Action) aac Vin Diesel. The Mechanic (‘11, Action) aaa Jason Statham. Summer Summer Pregnant: Manhunts Pregnant Blind date. Pregnant and Dating Pregnant and Dating Pregnant and Dating Marriage: The Plunge Marriage Marriage Jealousy. Law & Order CI (HD) Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) News (HD) Bones (HD) Bones (HD) 30 Rock 30 Rock

CROSSWORD

MOVIE HIGHLIGHTS A

D

Algiers aaa ‘38 Charles Boyer. A charming thief falls for a beautiful woman in Morocco. NR (1:45) TCM Wed. 11:15pm. All the King’s Men aaac ‘49 Broderick Crawford. A backwoods politician rises to power, becoming corrupt along the way. NR (2:00) TCM Fri. 8:30am.

The Departed aaac ‘06 Leonardo DiCaprio. An undercover cop discovers that a mobster is working as a police officer. R (3:27) SPIKE Mon. 10:00am. Desert Nights aaac ‘29 John Gilbert. The manager of an African diamond mine falls for a beautiful smuggler. NR (1:15) TCM Wed. 11:30am.

B The Big Heat aaac ‘53 Glenn Ford. A brave and honest policeman tries to take down a gangster and corrupt cops. NR (1:45) TCM Tue. 9:15am. The Bride Wore Black aaac ‘68 Jeanne Moreau. A vengeful widow tracks down five assassins. NR (2:00) TCM Fri. 8:00pm.

C The Captain Hates the Sea aaa ‘34 Victor McLaglen. A bond thief, a private eye and a drunken reporter wreak havoc upon a ship. NR (1:30) TCM Wed. 6:30pm. Crash aaac ‘04 Sandra Bullock. Prejudice affects people’s judgment and actions in post-9/11 L.A. R (3:00) BET Wed. 1:00am., Thu. 11:00am.

ACROSS 1. “__ About You” 4. Faux __; social blunder 7. “George & __”; ’97-’98 Bob Newhart sitcom 10. “I’d like to buy __ __, Pat” 11. TV brand 12. Hampton or Holiday 13. Crime drama series (2 wds., 1 hyph.) 16. Alphabetic quintet 17. “Without a __” 20. “M*A*S*H” role 24. Suffix for habit or event 25. “Snakes __ __ Plane”; Julianna Margulies film 26. “Bad News __”; 2005 Billy Bob Thornton movie 29. Marshall, for one 31. Walking __ __; elated 33. Crime drama series (3)

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

39. “__ __ Lonely Place”; Humphrey Bogart movie 40. Mine car load 41. Actor Nicholas 42. Role on “How I Met Your Mother” 43. __ favor; please 44. “Blow __”; 2001 Alan Rickman movie DOWN 1. __-jongg 2. Ortiz of “Ugly Betty” 3. Tony __; Wally Cleaver’s portrayer 4. “The __ Is Right” 5. Heartburn cause 6. “60 Minutes” personality 7. Mother on “The Waltons,” for short 8. 90º from NNW 9. Sean __ Lennon 14. Robin Roberts’ employer 15. “__ __ Man Answers”; 1962 Sandra Dee film

17. “Hot __ Time Machine”; 2010 John Cusack movie 18. Actress __ Dawn Chong 19. Courteney Cox’s state of birth: abbr. 21. Johnson or Adams 22. Mary __ Summers; “Gilligan’s Island” role 23. Role on “Everybody Loves Raymond” 27. Rogers or Clark 28. “The __ Sisters” (1972-74) 29. Actress Laurie 30. Goof up 32. Jackson Five hairdo 33. “A Little __ of Heaven”; 2011 Kate Hudson film 34. “__ Tree Hill” 35. “American __!” 36. “Ask This __ House” 37. Anthem contraction 38. Ms. Wray

E E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial aaac ‘82 Dee Wallace. A strange visitor from another planet has a profound effect on a young boy. PG (2:30) AMC Tue. 9:00am. The Expendables aaac ‘10 Sylvester Stallone. A team of mercenaries are sent into South America to overthrow a dictator. R (2:30) SPIKE Fri. 8:30pm., Sat. 6:34pm.

F Field of Dreams aaac ‘89 Kevin Costner. A strange voice tells a farmer to turn his cornfield into a baseball diamond. PG (0:30) BET Wed. 1:30pm. The Fugitive aaac ‘47 Henry Fonda. A devout priest flees religious persecution in a Central American country. NR (2:00) TCM Sun. 4:30am.

G The Great Debaters aaac ‘07 Denzel Washington. A professor coaches his students to challenge the racism of the 1930s. PG-13 (2:30) BET Mon. 1:00am.

I I Love You, Man aaa ‘09 Paul Rudd. A fiancé goes on a few “man dates” to secure a best man for his wedding. R (2:00) COM Sat. 12:00am.

J Jason and the Argonauts aaac ‘63 Todd Armstrong. A legendary Greek hero enlists a band of warriors for an important quest. G (2:00) TCM Thu. 8:00pm.

L Little Miss Sunshine aaac ‘06 Greg Kinnear. A dysfunctional family goes on a road trip to support their young daughter. R (2:00) USA Mon. 10:00am.

The Longest Day aaa ‘62 Henry Fonda. Allies storm the beach at Normandy in one of WWII’s most pivotal battles. G (4:00) AMC Fri. 3:00pm.

M The Mask aaa ‘94 Jim Carrey. A downtrodden bank clerk finds a mask that turns him into a dashing trickster. PG-13 (2:00) FAM Fri. 7:00pm., Sat. 3:00pm. Mississippi Mermaid aaa ‘70 JeanPaul Belmondo. A plantation owner tracks down his “wife” that fled with his money in France. PG (2:15) TCM Fri. 12:00am.

N The Next Three Days aaa ‘10 Russell Crowe. A husband plans to free his wife from prison after she is sentenced for life. PG-13 (2:30) TNT Sun. 2:30pm, 2:30am. Now, Voyager aaa ‘42 Bette Davis. Therapy brings spinster out of her shell, but she falls into a doomed romance. NR (2:00) TCM Tue. 8:00pm.

O One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest aaaa ‘75 Jack Nicholson. A convicted criminal is sent to a mental asylum after he pretends to be insane. R (3:00) AMC Thu. 2:00pm. The Outlaw Josey Wales aaac ‘76 Clint Eastwood. A simple farmer-turnedoutlaw seeks a new life and beginning in Texas. PG (3:00) ION Wed. 11:00am.

P The Phantom of Paris aaac ‘31 John Gilbert. A world class escape artist is wrongfully accused of murder by a romantic rival. NR (1:30) TCM Wed. 3:30pm. Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension aaac ‘11 Dee Bradley Baker. A platypus’ worst fear comes true when his owners find out he is a secret agent. NR (1:30) DISN Thu. 8:00pm., Fri. 10:00am.

R Raiders of the Lost Ark aaaa ‘81 Harrison Ford. Archaeologist Indiana Jones searches for the lost Ark of the Covenant. PG (2:31) USA Sat. 3:32pm. Red River aaac ‘48 John Wayne. A young man disagrees with the way his fos-

ter father runs his cattle empire. NR (2:15) TCM Fri. 6:15am. Rickey Smiley: Live From Atlanta aaaa ‘11 Steve Harvey. Rickey Smiley hosts an evening of stand-up comedy that includes Steve Harvey. (1:35) BET Mon. 10:30pm.

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 Fri. 9:00pm., Sat. 12:00pm. The Show aaac ‘27 John Gilbert. A barker of a Hungarian freak show must flee a jealous lover’s evil plan. NR (1:30) TCM Wed. 8:15am.

T The Thief of Bagdad aaa ‘24 Douglas Fairbanks. Unruly thief vies with deceitful Mongol ruler for hand of beautiful princess. NR (2:45) TCM Sun. 12:00am. Tora! Tora! Tora! aaac ‘70 Martin Balsam. The story of the events preceding Japan’s 1941 attack on Hawaii is retold. G (3:15) AMC Fri. 9:15am.

U The Usual Suspects aaaa ‘95 Stephen Baldwin. Five crooks fall into a scheme directed by a mysterious criminal mastermind. R (2:30) AMC Mon. 1:00pm.

W The Women aaac ‘39 Norma Shearer. At a ranch in Nevada, a woman discovers that her husband has been unfaithful. NR (2:30) TCM Sat. 8:00pm.

SOLUTION


SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

COMICS

THE ITEM

E7


E8

THE ITEM

COMICS

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013


July 7, 2013