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Champ Edmunds, a former resident of Sumter, talks about his campaign to become a U.S. Senator during his recent home visit.

Former Sumterite aims to win U.S. Senate seat in 2014

Looming furloughs for civilian Air Force employees in Sumter will take a big chunk out of those workers’ take-home pay and out of the local economy. Because of mandatory budget cuts brought on by sequestration, some 2,000 civilians employed by Shaw Air Force Base face 11 days off without pay this year.

Furlough days at the base will be staggered so each employee will take one day off a week between July 8 and Sept. 30. When employees take furBLACKWELDER lough days will ultimately be decided by GOOGLE IMAGES the employees affected Shaw Air Force Base employs thousands of civilians throughout its grounds. They, along with other civilian and the commanders workers across all military branches, will soon take a series SEE FURLOUGHS, PAGE A7 of government-ordered furloughs.

Lee to select schools’ chief this week

BY BRADEN BUNCH bbunch@theitem.com When the national mid-term elections come up next year, Republicans nationwide will be looking to find a few candidates who can turn the balance of the U.S. Senate to their favor, and a Sumter native is hoping to represent his party in what is expected to be a battleground state. Champ Edmunds, a 1981 graduate of Wilson Hall who has lived in Montana for the past 16 years, declared his candidacy last month, hoping to convince Big Sky Country voters to support SEE EDMUNDS, PAGE A7

BY RANDY BURNS Special to The Item BISHOPVILLE — The Lee County Board of Education could make known its choice for district superintendent as early as Thursday, according to Chairwoman Sanya Moses. “We will have a called meeting on Thursday, and we will then begin to start the decision-making process,” she said. “We have

had all the interviews, and we’ve had community receptions for the three finalists. We are asking for feedback from those who attended the community receptions.” The district is asking that all community feedback be MOSES submitted to the district office no later than Tuesday. Moses said she hopes the new

superintendent will be in place by July 1. The school board’s three finalists for superintendent — Dr. Wanda Andrews, assistant superintendent of personnel and student services in Spartanburg District 7; Terri Mozingo, assistant superintendent of research and accountability for Durham, N.C., public schools; SEE LEE, PAGE A4

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ABOVE LEFT: Jasmin Reshae Moses, Crestwood High School 2013 valedictorian, delivers her speech “Success is Not Optional” on Friday. ABOVE RIGHT: William Kolby Geddings, Lakewood High School’s 2013 valedictorian, shares his speech “Success” with his graduating class.

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Anteni Holley-Taylor and Josh Lane greet each other prior to the start of Crestwood High School’s graduation ceremony on Friday afternoon at the Sumter County Civic Center. LEFT: Lakewood High School seniors participate in their graduation ceremony Friday evening at the civic center. See more photos from the graduations on page A3.

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Duke Energy Progress donates $10K to museum BY RANDY BURNS Special to The Item BISHOPVILLE — Duke Energy acquired Progress Energy in August and is wasting no time giving back to the community. Theo Lane, district manager for Duke Energy Progress, presented Janson Cox, the executive director of the South Carolina Cotton Museum, with a donation of $10,000 in a special ceremony Wednesday attended by members of American Legion Post 29. Cox said the funding was received by the museum in response to a grant application pro-

gram sponsored by the Duke Energy Foundation. Cox said the cotton museum, adjacent to the new Lee County Veterans Museum, is already spending the funding on developing and installing eight exhibits presenting the exploits of Lee County residents from the American Revolutionary War through World War II. “These men and women are our unsung heroes,” Cox said. “The permanent exhibits will be included in the regular public visitation and placed in the educational programming provided to school groups. The primary objective is to

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‘It has been our intent these past few months to become involved and engaged in the communities. The cotton museum was one of the places I visited, and I learned that it is one of the pearls in South Carolina.’ Theo Lane establish, record and communicate the facts surrounding Lee County citizens who have contributed greatly to their country in addition to Lee County — that they, in their time, gave selflessly for the advancement of Lee County and our nation.”

Lane said he became aware of both museums as he began making visits to communities in Duke Energy’s new coverage area. “It has been our intent these past few months to become involved and engaged in the communities,” he

said. “The cotton museum was one of the places I visited, and I learned that it is one of the pearls in South Carolina. When I was here, volunteers were working hard on establishing the veterans museum. We are particularly happy to show our appreciation to our veterans.” Lane said Duke Energy Progress will continue to support community organizations in Lee, Sumter and Clarendon counties. “I can tell you that this won’t be the last,” he said. “We will continue to find ways to give back to the community.” Ronnie Williams, a

Lee County veteran and member of Post 29, said donations from the community make it possible for the cotton museum and the veterans museum to exist. “We’ve had great community support for both museums,” he said. “And we were very happy to see the big turnout on Memorial Day for the grand opening of the Veterans Museum. And the following day, that Tuesday, we had more than 40 people visit the museum. Everybody who comes is very complimentary. And we feel that word of mouth will be our best advertisement.”

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Sumter School District board meets Monday The Sumter School District Board of Trustees will hold a regular meeting Monday at district headquarters, 1345 Wilson Hall Road. Executive session to discuss a personnel report and to receive legal advice will start at 6 p.m. Open session will begin at 6:45 p.m. Trustees will vote on any needed action related to executive session items, Early Head Start 2012-13 SelfAssessment and procurement code modifications. They will also receive curriculum and instruction updates.

Columbia man dies in afternoon motorcycle wreck A Columbia man died Saturday in a motorcycle wreck on a Sumter County roadway. About 12:43 p.m., emergency medical responders were called to the scene of a single-vehicle crash on Camp Mac Boykin Road about two miles west of Pinewood. The rider of the motorcycle, a 68-year-old man, was pronounced dead at the scene. The Sumter County Coroner’s Office plans to have an autopsy performed today to verify the cause of death. It was unclear whether the rider was wearing a helmet at the time of the wreck. The man’s name has not been released to the public pending notification of his family members.

County council to hold public hearing Tuesday The public will have an opportunity to comment on Sumter County’s proposed budget ordinance, including a proposed property tax increase. County council is scheduled to hold a public hearing on the budget, as well as other issues before council, at its regular biweekly meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Sumter County Administration Building, 13 E. Canal St. Council will also hold a public budget workshop at 4 p.m. in the same location to review the proposed $42 million budget, including a $1.5 million increase in local property taxes to close the budget deficit. Council members are scheduled to vote on second reading of the budget after taking comments. The budget requires three readings in separate council meetings to take effect. First reading was approved May 28 in a 5-2 vote. The budget must be approved by the start of the new fiscal year July 1.

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Bill Hoge, treasurer for the Kiwanis Club of Sumter, shows off the 18th hole outside the club house at Carolina Lakes Golf Course on Shaw Air Force Base. A hole in one at this location would net a player $10,000. Preregistration for the golf tournament is required.

Kiwanis Club to hold inaugural golf tourney BY JADE ANDERSON janderson@theitem.com Famous for Pancake Day, one local civic organization is adding a new fundraiser this year. The Kiwanis Club of Sumter Inaugural Golf Tournament will take place June 21 at the Carolina Lakes Golf Course on Shaw Air Force Base. “Doing everything is more expensive,” said Bill Hoge, treasurer of the Kiwanis Club of Sumter. “To continue to provide the support that is needed and wanted, we needed to do something else. We decided to move out and try a golf tournament. Hopefully it will make some money, and it’s a nice support of a base facility.” The cost is $50 per person. People can form fourperson teams or will be grouped if they do not have a team, Hoge said. Shotgun start is at 1 p.m. A number of awards will be offered, including first through third place for teams, closest to pin and hole in ones. The big prize will be $10,000 for a hole

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to give the kids leadership training so they can operate, run and be part of an organization, and two, so they can do service projects,” he said. Members of the Kiwanis Club of Sumter also do service projects with groups such as Camp Burnt Gin, the Sumter Family YMCA and The John K. Crosswell Home for Children. Money from the foundation goes to scholarships at Central Carolina Technical College, the University of South Carolina Sumter and Morris College. The organization gives the money to the schools to disperse, Hoge said. The club does Fingerprint America as well. The kits provide vital information for parents to give law enforcement to aid in identifying children who are lost or abducted. At the Iris Festival, 100 kits were completed for children, Hoge said. “We are spread throughout the community helping with youth programs,” he said. “It’s our slogan of ‘changing the

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MOVING ON Lakewood High School candidates for graduation Barbra Contreas, Seth Connor, Khadijah Coney and Eternity Combs help each other get ready to march into the Sumter County Civic Center on Friday evening.

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The Crestwood High School Singing Knights sing “It’s Hard to Say Goodbye� during the commencement Friday.

Man pleads guilty, gets 10 years in criminal sexual conduct, incest case BY ROBERT J. BAKER bbaker@theitem.com A 48-year-old Sumter man sentenced to 10 years Wednesday for attempting sexual intercourse with a close family relative in 2011 had a long history of sexual abuse in his childhood, according to his attorney. Sumter Assistant Public Defender Julie M. Richard told 3rd Circuit Judge R. Ferrell Cothran on Wednesday that Treffle E. Beaupre III also had problems with alcohol, bipolar disorder and depression. “He is very remorseful for his actions,� Richard said of her client, who pleaded guilty Wednesday to criminal sexual conduct with a minor and incest. “He understands the gravity of the offense and feels horrible about what he put (her) through.� Cothran gave Beaupre 10 years with credit for time served for the criminal sexual conduct and one year for incest. Both sentences are to be served concurrently. Beaupre was arrested in late 2011 after a then-14-yearold girl told police that he entered her bedroom several times between July 25 and Aug. 1 that year and attempted to have sexual intercourse with her. “There was a sexual battery, and the victim repelled the attempt,� 3rd Circuit Assistant Solicitor W. Jason Corbett told Cothran. The victim was present in the courtroom

‘Some lines just cannot be crossed, and we think this is one of them. I think the 10 years is appropriate and more than merciful from the victim and her family’s standpoint.’ 3rd Circuit Assistant Solicitor W. Jason Corbett Wednesday, but her mother spoke for her. “She has struggled with her relationships with everyone,� the woman said. “She has trouble trusting anyone ... She carries the memory of that lost trust.� Richard and Beaupre offered no excuse for his actions. But Richard told Cothran

that her client was made in his childhood to have sexual intercourse with a close family member by an aunt and uncle. “He was sexually abused himself by an aunt and uncle from the time he was 9 until he was 13; when he disclosed this to his parents years later, they

did not believe him,� Richard said. “He began heavy drug use at 13 with cocaine and began smoking and drinking much earlier. He was in drug rehabilitation by 1990. He was homeless and eating out of the garbage later in his life. He’s been to mental health three times, when he was 17, 19 and 22 years old.� Corbett said his office sought a plea agreement to avoid a difficult trial process for the victim. “Some lines just cannot be crossed, and we think this is one of them,� Corbett said. “I think the 10 years is appropriate and more than merciful from the victim and her family’s standpoint.�

IN OTHER COURT NEWS Other pleas taken at the courthouse this week included: • Nicole Ford, 33, of 972 Boulevard Road, received seven years in prison, suspended to three years’ probation for seven counts of unlawful conduct toward a child in an incident that caused the death of a 1-year-old girl in 2009. Ford let her 14-year-old stepdaughter drive her 1989 Buick while she was in the front passenger’s seat on Aug. 4 of that year. The girl made a sharp turn off Boulevard Road and hit a tree. Six other children were in the car, including Kelly Marie Ford of Goose Creek, who died the next day at Palmetto Health Richland in Columbia. A letter from the child’s father as well as support from neighbors and church family convinced Cothran, he said, that “there (is no) benefit to society to putting you in jail. I believe you have turned your life around.â€? • Michael Rose, 36, of 314 Council St. in Sumter, received five years in prison with credit given for time served since his arrest Sept. 21, 2012, for third-degree burglary. According to reports, Rose was charged that night at a home on Jackson Street after he was found beneath the home removing copper wiring. The house was uninhabited at the time, according to Corbett. Cothran recommended alcohol and substance abuse treatment as part of Rose’s sentence. • Willie Brunson, 33, of 75 Gordon St. in Pinewood, received three years in prison for felony driving under the influence with great bodily injury and leaving the scene of an accident. He was charged Oct. 7, 2012, after striking a vehicle head-on while driving in the wrong direction on South Pike West. His blood-alcohol content was .125, and though he fled the scene of the wreck, he was located by police a short distance away, according to reports. • Darrell D. Hawkins, 23, of 110 Carver St. in Sumter, was arrested April 18 at his home after several undercover drug buys made by the Sumter Police Department. He received concurrent sentences on Tuesday of five years in prison, suspended to time served, and two years’ probation for distribution of marijuana and three years in prison, suspended to time served with two years’ probation for possession of crack cocaine.

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Alton “Big Al” Springs waves at cars passing by as he stands with his watermelons. He picks them up from the Lexington Farmers Market and has been selling them at 435 South Guignard since the end of March. Business has been steady so far this year. “The Lord has blessed me out here,” he said.

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OBITUARIES LUCINDA G. EPPS MANNING — Lucinda Goodman Epps, 92, widow of David Epps Sr., died Wednesday, June 5, 2013. She was born May 27, 1921, in Pinewood, a daughter of the late JesEPPS sie Goodman and Suzanna Nelson Goodman. She received her formal education in the public schools of Clarendon County. She was a member of Green Hill Missionary Baptist Church, Alcolu, and served on the Senior Choir. She was employed by Clarendon County School District 2 on the cafeteria staff for many years. Survivors are: three daughters, Ruth Murray of the home, Barbara (Willie) James of Sumter and Deloris Fiall of Charleston; two sons, Alonza (Rosa) Epps and Edward (Odessa) Epps, both of Manning; three grandchildren she reared as her own, Evelyn (Lawrence) Davis of Atlanta, Ga., Mellissa Epps of Manning and Melinda Epps of Alcolu; an additional daughterin-law, Dorothy Epps; three sisters, Catherine Russell of Mattapan, Mass., Margaree Williams of Atlanta, Ga., and Dorothy (James) Evans; six brothers: Jessie (Florence) Goodman of Charlotte, Willie Haywood (Sylvia) Goodman and John Edward (Susie) Goodman, both of Boston, Mass., Harold (Joyce) Goodman, Herbert Goodman and Larry (Louise) Goodman of Sumter; 15 grandchildren; 24 greatgrandchildren; and seven great-great-grandchildren. Celebratory services for Mrs. Lucinda Good-

| man Epps will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, June 11, at Green Hill Missionary Baptist Church, Alcolu, with the Rev. James S. Hudley, eulogist; the Rev. Delaney K. Frierson and the Rev. Delbert Singleton, assisting. Burial will follow in the churchyard cemetery. Mrs. Epps will lie in repose one hour prior to funeral time. Family is receiving friends at her home, 224 Peterson Lane, Manning. These services have been entrusted to Samuels Funeral Home LLC of Manning.

JAMES E. TAYLOR Jr. James Edward Taylor Jr., 88, died Wednesday, June 5, 2013, at Clarendon Memorial Hospital in Manning. He was the son of the late James Edward Taylor Sr. and Ophelia Prince Taylor-Stinson. Surviving are a sister, Ophelia S. (Eugene) Burroughs, Atlanta; a brother, Theolander Taylor of Sumter; and several nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Mon-

day at Palmer Memorial Chapel, 304 S. Main St., with the Rev. Steven James officiating. Interment will follow in Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery. A public viewing will be held at 9 a.m. until the hour of service on Monday. Online memorial messages may be left at www.palmermemorialchapel.com. Palmer Memorial Chapel is in charge of funeral arrangements.

STELLA C. WARING ST. CHARLES — Stella Caudill Morris Waring, 68, died Friday, June 7, 2013, at her home. Born in Red Fox, Ky., she was a daughter of the late Riley Caudill and Lillian Mae Caudill. Mrs. Waring was a member of Wise Drive Church of the Nazarene. Survivors include one daughter, Mellissa Bogar (Mark) of Kentucky; one son, the Rev. Ronnie Morris (Shannon) of St. Charles; three grandchildren, Heather Whitaker (Dwayne), Erin Morris and Jessica Morris; three greatgrandchildren; two sisters, Betty McKinney of

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Kentucky and Becky Nesbitt (Lee) of Sumter; and several other brothers and sisters. She was preceded in death by one brother. A memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Wise Drive Church of the Nazarene with the Rev. Sammy Geddings and the Rev. T.W. Mitchell officiating. The family will receive friends from 3 to 4 p.m. Tuesday in the fellowship hall of Wise Drive Church of the Nazarene and other times at the home, 5672 St. Charles Road, Mayesville, in the St. Charles community. Memorials may be made to Hospice Care of South Carolina, 110 Dillon Drive, Spartanburg, SC 29307. Elmore-Cannon-Stephens Funeral Home and Crematorium of Sumter is in charge of the arrangements. SEE OBITUARIES, PAGE A9

and William T. Wright, assistant superintendent of Hartnett County schools in Lillington, N.C. — were selected from 40 applicants for the position. Each candidate spent a day in the district last week (May 28-30). Community receptions were held following the visits. Some 30 to 35 community members attended the community receptions, Moses said. The board interviewed each candidate in executive session following the community reception. “This is going to be a difficult decision,” Moses said. “All three are outstanding candidates, and any of them would make a good superintendent. They have all done their homework. … We have made a lot of progress under Dr. (Cleo) Richardson, but we know we have more work to do. What we are looking for is that person who would be the best fit for us, someone who will be able to bond with our community.” Two of the district’s candidates are also finalists for the top job in other districts. Mozingo is a finalist in Darlington County, and Wright is one of the finalists in McCormick County, Moses said. Moses said Lee County is not concerned with what happens elsewhere. “We are going to focus on making the decision that’s best for Lee County,” she said. Andrews previously served as deputy superintendent of personnel and student services, principal at High Hills Elementary School and assistant principal at Shaw Heights Elementary School for Sumter District 2. Her education career began in 1979, having served as a teacher in Sumter County, Spain and Germany. Mozingo previously served as area superintendent for middle school curriculum, instruction and school improvement; and in other administrative roles for the Durham public schools. She was also an assistant superintendent in the CharlotteMecklenburg School System and has teaching experience at the middle- and high-school levels. Wright previously served as principal of Western Harnett High School in Lillington, N.C., assistant principal of Durant Road Middle School in Raleigh, N.C., and principal of South Edgecombe Middle School in Pinetops, N.C. He has also been an assistant principal and teacher in various districts in North Carolina.


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WASHINGTON (AP) — Here’s how area members of Congress voted on major issues in the week ending June 7. HOUSE 2014 HOMELANDSECURITY BUDGET: Voting 245 for and 182 against, the House on June 6 approved a $45 billion fiscal 2014 appropriations bill for the Department of Homeland Security and its 230,000 employees in seven agencies. The bill (HR 2217) increases spending for border protection, customs and immigration enforcement while sharply cutting the Transportation Security Administration and Coast Guard budgets. In part, the bill appropriates $6.2 billion for Federal Emergency Management (FEMA) disaster relief, $1.2 billion for science and technology accounts and $786 million for boosting governments defenses against cyber attacks. Additionally, the bill bars transfer of detainees from the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, military prison to U.S. soil, requires at least 34,000 beds for detaining illegal immigrants in the U.S., improves cellphone service on the Mexican border and amply funds a firearmstraining program for commercial pilots and first-responder grants to cities. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., objected to the bill’s support of deportation for many children of illegal immigrants, saying “four million Americancitizen children have undocumented parents. We should not separate them.” A yes vote was to send the bill to the Senate. VOTE H-1 slugged HOMELAND SOUTH CAROLINA

Voting yes: Joe Wilson, R-2, Jeff Duncan, R-3, Trey Gowdy, R-4, Mick Mulvaney, R-5, Tom Rice, R-7 Voting no: Mark Sanford, R-1, James Clyburn, D-6 Not voting: None ‘DREAM ACT’ DISPUTE: The House on June 6 voted, 224 for and 201 against, to block a yearold administration policy that achieves the objectives of the so-called Dream Act, which Republicans have blocked in Congress. Under a June 2012 executive order, Immigrations and Customs Enforcement is not deporting illegal aliens brought to America as children if they meet certain conditions. Among the terms are that they are now age 30 or younger, have been in the U.S. for at least five years, were under 16 when they arrived, have a clean record and have received a high school (or equivalent) degree or honorable military discharge. This amendment to HR 2217 (above) denied ICE authority to carry out the executive order. David Price, D-N.C., said, “Each law enforcement agency must prioritize the resources and go after the ones who would do us the most harm. Can we imagine that the Department of Homeland Security would not do that?” A yes vote was to block an executive order in support of the Dream Act. VOTE H-2 slugged DREAM SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Sanford, Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney, Rice (SC) Voting no: Clyburn Not voting: None FLOOD-INSURANCE PREMIUMS:

Voting 281 for and 146 against, the House on June 5 amended HR 2217 (above) to delay for one year higher National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) premiums for many of America’s most flood-prone properties. This would blunt a key reform in a 2012 law that renewed national flood insurance for five years while reducing taxpayer subsidies of premiums. More than $20 billion in debt, the program insures more than five million residential and commercial properties located in flood plains in 22,000 communities. The program serves a market largely shunned by private insurers. Cedric Richmond, D-La., said “the rate increases FEMA has quoted are astronomical and unintended. Homeowners who played by the rules ... are being told that their insurance is going to go up hundreds of percent.” Mick Mulvaney, R-S.C., said “if this amendment passes, yes, folks who live in highrisk areas will see lower premiums, but the folks who live in low-risk areas will see higher premiums.” A yes vote backed the amendment. VOTE H-3 slugged FLOOD SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Sanford, Clyburn, Rice (SC) Voting no: Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney Not voting: None GUANTANAMO BAY DETAINEES: Voting 170 for and 254 against, the House on June 4 refused to clear the way for closing the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as President Obama has recommended. This occurred during debate on a bill (HR 2216) funding vet-

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erans programs and military construction in fiscal 2014 that was later sent to the Senate. Most of Guantanamo’s 166 detainees have not been charged for lack of evidence, and about 100 are now on a hunger strike. Congress has used spending bills such as this one to bar the transfer of detainees to their home countries or maximum-security U.S. military or civilian prisons. Jim Moran, D-Va., said, “What we’re doing (at Guantanamo) does not comport with America’s system of justice or with fairness. And I believe it’s a direct threat to our national security.” A yes vote backed the transfer of Guantanamo detainees VOTE H-4 slugged BAY SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Clyburn Voting no: Sanford, Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney, Rice (SC) Not voting: None VETERANS’ CLAIMS BACKLOG: Voting 198 for and 227 against, the House on June 4 defeated a bid by Democrats to add $9.2 million to HR 2216 (above) to help to reduce the backlog of 900,000 veterans’ disability claims at the Department of Veterans Affairs. The funds were to pay for hiring 94 claims processors in addition to the 94 new positions already funded in the underlying bill. Overall, the bill funds nearly 21,000 processors at the Veterans Benefits Administration for handling disability claims filed mostly by Vietnam, Gulf War, Iraq and Afghanistan veterans. William Enyart, D-Ill.,

said, “We must act to speed up the process so that disabled, honorably discharged American veterans are not waiting without income for months and years.” A yes vote was to increase funding for claims processors. VOTE H-5 slugged CLAIMS SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Clyburn Voting no: Sanford, Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney, Rice (SC) Not voting: None SENATE DEMOCRATIC STUDENT-LOAN PLAN: Voting 51 for and 46 against, the Senate on June 6 failed to reach 60 votes needed to end GOP blockage of a Democratic bill (S 953) extending for two years the 3.4 percent interest rate on newly issued Stafford student loans. Congress would use the time to enact permanent means of curbing student debt. Today’s 3.4 percent Stafford rate is scheduled to rise to 6.8 percent July 1 unless Congress intervenes. The Senate also turned back a GOP plan to avert a hike to 6.8 percent (next issue). Richard Burr, R-N.C., said, “If you believe it is appropriate for Congress to subsidize 40 percent of the studentloan population and overcharge the other 60 percent ... then vote for (the Democrats’) bill. If you believe ... we need a long-term, permanent, transparent, predictable solution, then vote against this bill.” A yes vote backed the Democratic plan. VOTE S-1 slugged

DEMOCRATIC SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: None Voting no: Lindsey Graham, R, Tim Scott, R Not voting: None REPUBLICAN LOAN PLAN: Voting 40 for and 57 against, the Senate on June 6 defeated a Republican bill (S 1003) to avert a doubling on July 1 of interest rates on newly issued Stafford student loans. Presented as a long-term solution, the bill would set the rate at the Treasury’s 10year borrowing cost (now just above 2 percent) plus 3 percentage points, with the starting rate locked in throughout the loan. The GOP’s market-based formula would apply to all student loans, not just Stafford loans, and because of fluctuations in the 10year Treasury rate, the interest and lifetime cost of loans would depend on when they begin. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, said that under the Democrats’ proposed fixed rate of 3.4 percent, “a student who starts college next year, goes for four years, borrows the maximum of $19,000, will pay $3,510 in interest over 10 years. If we adopt the Republicans’ bill, that same student borrowing that same amount of money will pay $6,590 in interest over 10 years.” A yes vote backed the Republican plan. VOTE S-2 slugged REPUBLICAN SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Graham, Scott Voting no: None Not voting: None © 2013, Thomas Voting Reports Inc.

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Father, sons make monsters you can love BY JENNIFER FORKER The Associated Press Ray Tollison regularly stays up until 2 a.m. working at his company’s headquarters — his Fort Collins, Colo., basement — while his business partners sleep. They need it. Tollison’s two partners in A Monster to Love, a company that makes plush monsters, are his twin sons, Sam and Ben, 11. The trio launched the company 18 months ago with an old Singer sewing machine and ideas that bubbled out of Ben, the lead designer (Sam spearheads the sewing). The boys were inspired by their collections of stuffed toys, including Uglydolls. They and their dad learned how to use the machine and hand sew. “If you were to see the originals, I mean, I can’t believe people bought them,” said Tollison, 43. “We’ve come a long way with our monsters.” Since Ben and Sam are fraternal twins, they wanted each plush monster to have a not-quite-exact duplicate, so they make them all in pairs. Buy one monster — they start at $25 — and A Monster to Love will donate the second to another child. They send them to hospitalized children and to several local and international non-profit groups. So far, Tollison and the boys have donated more than a thousand monsters. More than 100 have gone to Realities for Children, said Jennifer Varner, marketing and events director for the nonprofit group, which serves neglected and abused children in Larimer County, Colo. Knowing that their monster has a twin helps these children believe they’re also not alone, she said. “Every time they see one of those crazy little monsters, their eyes light up,” Varner said. “We tell them the story, that these other children created the mon-

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Ray Tollison looks over the shoulder of his son, Sam, as he works on a drawing of a monster doll at their home in Fort Collins, Colo. The Tollisons launched Monster to Love, a company that makes plush monster toys.

ster because they didn’t want them to be alone.” Often, buyers request that a monster go to a specific child. Katy Tychsen bought one for her daughter, Caroline, last year and asked that its look-alike be sent to her niece, Maggie Quirk, a 12-year-old who was undergoing testing for seizures at a Boston hospital. Early this year, when Caroline, now 13, was hospitalized in Denver to have a tumor removed, Maggie’s family in Marion, Mass., reciprocated: Caroline received A Monster to Love. “Delivering a package at your door at the hospital, and it’s this cute little monster — I think it’s a great gig all around,” said Katy Tychsen, of Fort Collins. Helping a hospitalized child is partly

what motivates Tollison to keep his latenight hours; so does working with his boys. During the day, he’s website manager for World Relief, a humanitarian-aid organization, which also helps deliver some of the monsters. And it gets even more personal: Tollison’s brother Scooter died of AIDS at age 13 in 1988, when Tollison was 18. “For those kids we send stuff to in the hospital, that’s kind of my thing. I don’t pretend to know what those kids are going through at all, but having had a younger brother who was on the terminally ill ward of NIH (National Institutes of Health),

that was and still is a huge part of my life,” said Tollison. “I don’t think receiving a plush monster is going to change the world, but for a few minutes it’s something that’s fun, and it’s something they can have.” During the school year, Sam and Ben also sing in a children’s choir but spend much of their free time making monsters. “When we get home, we either make monsters or we go outside,” said Ben. Tollison’s wife, Sarah Fox, 43, and their daughter, Zoie, 15, are supportive but not closely involved in A Monster to Love. This summer, between camps, the boys plan to make more monsters to sell at weekly summer crafts markets. The family bought a 1971 Volkswagen pop-top camper to road-trip there. The toys are also sold at Amonstertolove.com, and on Etsy.com. Tollison said he doesn’t know how much money the company has made because it all gets plowed back in. He spent a hefty sum on a high-end embroidery machine to cut down on sewing time. “We’re not making millions of dollars,” he said. “But for a company run by two 11-year-old boys, it’s doing well.”

Obama proposes lifting Lower 48 wolf protections BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — The Obama administration on Friday proposed lifting most remaining federal protections for gray wolves across the Lower 48 states, a move that would end four decades of recovery efforts. State and federal agencies have spent more than $117 million restoring the predators since they were added to the endangered species list in 1974. Today more than 6,100 wolves roam portions of the Northern Rockies and western Great Lakes where protections already have been lifted. With Friday’s announcement, the administration signaled it is ready to move on: The wolf has rebounded from near-extermination, balance has been restored to parts of the ecosystem and hunters in some states already are free to shoot the animals under state oversight.

But prominent scientists and dozens of lawmakers in Congress want more wolves in more places. They say protections should remain in force so the animals can expand beyond the portions of 10 states they now occupy. Lawsuits challenging the administration’s plan are almost certain. The gray wolf’s historical range stretched across most of North America. By the 1930s,

government-sponsored trapping and poisoning left just one small pocket of the animals, in northern Minnesota. In the past several years, after the Great Lakes population swelled and wolves were reintroduced to the Northern Rockies, protections were lifted in states where the vast majority of the animals now live: Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota

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FURLOUGHS from Page A1 over their departments, said Lt. Earon Brown, a public affairs officer with the 20th Fighter Wing at Shaw. Mission needs will also determine when and how furloughs are handled, Brown said. “The mission will continue on as it has from day one,� he said. It’s unclear how much of an impact the sequestration cuts will have on the economy. An earlier report in The State estimated a proposed 14-day furlough at Shaw and Fort Jackson could cost the Sumter and Columbia region $14.3 million. Speaking to a meeting of the

Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce last month, then commander of the 9th Air Force Maj. Gen. Lawrence Wells said furloughs at Air Force installations throughout South Carolina would have an $11.3 million impact on the state economy. In Sumter, local business leaders are worried what the impact of the furloughs could be on their businesses. “We definitely feel there could be a significant hit with retail if they put off major spending on things like cars and furniture,� said Grier Blackwelder, president of the Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce. “We know it’s going to hurt; we just don’t know how extensive it’s going to be.� Blackwelder was able to

EDMUNDS from Page A1 sending him to Washington, D.C., in the 2014 elections. He spoke to The Item about his plans during a recent visit home. In making his announcement in April, more than a year before the primaries in Montana, Edmunds hopes to have the time to overcome obstacles that currently lead pollsters and pundits to label his campaign as a longshot. First, Edmunds starts with a distinct name identification disadvantage, as nearly four out of five Montana voters asked in a poll last month had either never heard of Edmunds or had no opinion. It’s a disadvantage Edmunds recognizes. “I’m a state legislator. Most folks outside of Missoula don’t know

who I am,� said Edmunds, who is currently in his second term representing a portion of the Missoula area in the state’s House of Representatives. In that same poll, conducted by Harper Polling, Edmunds received only 3 percent of the support in the GOP primary, well behind more well-known, albeit yet-undeclared candidates such as former Montana governor Marc Racicot and current U.S. Rep. Steve Daines. Neither has announced his intentions, but Daines told The Hill last month he is considering a senatorial bid but had not established any timeframe to make that decision. That decision could ultimately affect Edmunds. “I told Steve I would move over and run for

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offer one measure of the furloughs’ impact: Every week an employee is home for one day means the loss of one-fifth of his or her paycheck. That money saved will go toward reducing the Defense Department’s contributions to federal sequestration. Brown cited an estimated $1.8 billion in savings from the furlough of civilian defense employees nationwide. Notices of the furlough period were mailed to civilians starting May 28, corresponding to the end of the federal government’s fiscal year at the end of September. Sequestration requiring billions of dollars in cuts to the Defense Department’s budget only came into play on March 1, and the armed forces have been adjusting their response as the

his Congressional seat,� Edmunds said. The number of potential candidates also highlights another issue for Edmunds — raising the necessary funds for a viable campaign that could very well take on a national feel. Republicans have not had a majority in the U.S. Senate since 2006, and Edmunds believes the Montana election will be key to the GOP’s retaking Congress. And the race has already garnered a lot of attention because the current senator, Democrat Max Baucus, announced earlier this year he would be retiring after serving six terms in the Senate. “This is now the number one or two mostlooked-at Senate race,� Edmunds said. “There’s going to be a lot of money spent on this race.� Baucus’ retirement

cuts are implemented across the services, barring any action from Congress changing how the cuts can be implemented. “Everybody knew (sequestration) would be a travesty if it occurred, both from a personnel standpoint and an operational capacity standpoint, because of the lack of flexibility the (military) leadership has to save money,� said retired Air Force Maj. Gen. William “Dutch� Holland, who has acted as a liaison between Shaw and the city of Sumter. Holland also is worried how the furloughs could affect operations, especially with absences planned to run to the end of the fiscal year. “You might have a civilian in the comptroller’s office trying to close out the budget year, and he’ll be out during

has also prompted several candidates on the Democratic side to consider throwing their hats into the ring as well, including former Democratic Gov. Brian Schweitzer, who Edmunds thinks would be a more difficult opponent for Republicans than Baucus would have been. “He (Baucus) was the primary author of Obamacare, and those things just work to hurt him, and I think people are just ready for some new blood,� Edmunds said. “The best politician in the state, head and shoulders, is Brian Schweitzer. So, if the people of Montana want to send a politician to Washington, they should vote for Brian Schweitzer. If they want to send a regular guy to Washington who wants to make a difference, they should vote for me.� Before being able to

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focus on a general election race, however, Edmunds has to win the GOP primary. And to that end he said he plans to continue to work on making himself and his positions known to Montana voters. He’s done this so far by launching his website www.champ2014.com, speaking at as many Republican party dinners around the state as possible and submitting guest editorials to Montana newspapers. Edmunds is even using his distinct face — he was born with partial facial paralysis — to help build his recognition with voters. “I keep telling people I’ve got a face and a name people can remember. And it’s true. I say it kind of jokingly, but it’s true,� Edmunds said. “They might not remember John Smith, but they’ll remember

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Teachers, citizens must stand up for Sumter schools EDITOR’S NOTE: Rachel Bolen Johnston was born and raised in Sumter and graduated from Lakewood High School. She returned home after college to teach and has been teaching in Sumter since 2003. She has taught at Furman Middle School, High Hills Elementary School, Trinity Day School and currently teaches Academic Intervention at Willow Drive Elementary School. She attends Aldersgate UMC. She is married to Marcus Johnston, and they have 2 children — a rising first grader and a rising third grader, both at Willow Drive. She can be reached at johnstonr@live. com.

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o remember my childhood, I simply close my eyes and vividly picture quiet, empty school hallways, absent of the typical hubbub, noise and activity. The floor waxer quietly whirs on another hallway as custodians diligently prepare for another year. I hear my sister yell, “Ready or not, here I come!” as I crouch behind an empty locker in a game of hide and go seek. I close my eyes and see the exact layout of my father’s shop classroom, smelling the sawdust and blend of rubber and metal that inevitably accompanies it.

GUEST COMMENTARY You see, I grew up in Sumter schools. My father, Dennis Bolen, served here from 1977 until he retired in 2012. He had many roles: teacher, assistant principal, principal, director of maintenance and construction and director of custodians. My uncle, Barry Bolen, was an educator in Sumter schools until moving to Columbia, where he continued his career as an administrator and Rachel Bolen eventually suJOHNSTON perintendent. He now serves as chair-elect for the S.C. State School Board. I was a student at many Sumter area schools, both former districts 2 and 17, and graduated from Lakewood High School in 1998 as a part of the second graduating class. I went to the College of Charleston and came back to Sumter to teach in the very education system that made me who I am. When I think of Sumter County schools, I think of the many people who have molded me, given me the academic foundation to be whatever

I dreamed, and instilled the confidence to stand up for what is right. I think of Barrington Pierson, my teacher at Lakewood who taught me that geometry can be fun and understandable. Because of him, I love to teach struggling math students now. I think of Lisa Avins, my eighth grade teacher, who taught me at a time when I was testing everything. She saw me for who I could be, not whom I was pretending to be, and refused to allow me to be less than I was capable of. I think of Sherril Ray, my high school assistant principal who became my first principal as a teacher at Furman Middle School. It was in that building, when it was Furman High School, that I first met my husband. I think about Julia Jackson, my high school guidance counselor, who later guided me through a difficult first year of teaching. I think about Lana Tindal, who was my father’s administrative assistant for years and who was the administrative assistant at my first teaching job. I also recall her voice resonating through the church sanctuary, singing at my grandmother’s funeral and

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Time has come to settle Tuomey hospital lawsuit I had hoped that the Tuomey Board and their legal counsel would negotiate a settlement with the federal government following last month’s guilty verdict of violating the Stark Law and False Claims Act. I was dismayed when I read in The Item this morning that Tuomey Healthcare System has asked for a third trial. Apparently Tuomey’s legal counsel hasn’t profited enough from the previous two trials. I once heard and I think it applies in this case that “you don’t learn anything from the second kick of a mule.” In the third chapter of Ecclesiastes, God tells us there is a season for every matter under the sun. I believe, as do the majority in our community, that the time has come to settle this suit and move on into the season of “Recovery.” I want to commend my friend Dr. Michael Drakeford for refusing to keep silent. Indeed this has been a difficult season for the Drakeford family, our medical community, and our community at large. Let us join in unity to recover together, seeking the greater good for our families, friends, and neighbors. GRAINGER McKOY Sumter

EDITOR’S NOTE: World-renowned Sumter artist Grainger McKoy’s scultpure, “Recovery,” can be seen at Sumter’s Swan Lake-Iris Gardens.

Citizens should demand change to burn ordinance FYI. What Sumter County residents need to know about why “An ordinance to regulate outdoor burning in Sumter County within all residential zoning districts accept the agricultural conservation zoning district and within 200 feet of a residential subdivision” was created in 2011. Councilman Baker, chairman of the Public Safety Committee, wanted to implement a burn ordinance to help constituents in his district. People living in resi-

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dential communities were complaining that smoke from open burning was negatively affecting their health and peaceful enjoyment of their homes. When the ordinance was first drafted, the restrictions would have greatly reduced the impact of smoke from open burning. However, during the three-step process (called “Readings”), the restrictions (recommended by the Sumter County attorney) were downgraded by Council. As noted in the title of the Ordinance and Section 2, people are prohibited from burning within 200 feet of residential property in Sumter County. So, why are people allowed to openly burn within 50 feet of their neighbor’s home and one inch from their neighbor’s property line? I believe some council members received pressure from other constituents to lower the restrictions so that they could continue to burn on their property. Obligingly, council members decided that people’s declared right to burn was more important than people’s health. Therefore, the original intent of the burn ordinance was negated. Be informed that the more progressive Richland County prohibits open burning within residential zoning districts. Citizens have the power to prevent diabetes and obesity but they are powerless to health problems caused by their neighbors. One of the biggest health risks from open burning is smoke inhalation. Medical studies have linked the breathing of smoke to decreased lung function, aggravated asthma, development of chronic bronchitis, irregular heartbeat, nonfatal heart attacks and premature death in people with heart or lung disease. Children are at greater risk because their lungs are still developing. Citizens must speak out, write The Item, attend council meetings and demand that the burn ordinance be revised. Your right to live in a healthy environment should exceed people’s right to burn. EUGENE R. BATEN Sumter

again at my wedding. I think about Herman Brown, custodian at Furman High School when I was a student, and how I had the privilege to work with him as a volunteer at the Greenhouse Runaway Youth Shelter. I think about Liz Compton, who worked with my father for years and who later became my administrator at three different schools. She is the kind of educator I hope to exemplify. I think about the incredible staff that I now work with at Willow Drive Elementary where I attended kindergarten through third grade many years ago. Willow has embraced me as a staff member, and they have begun to nurture, love and teach my children. For me, Sumter School District is not a set of schools, grading scales, buildings, testing rules and curriculums. This district is home. We are a family. In recalling every major event in my lifetime — funerals, weddings, graduations, births of my children — I can close my eyes and I am surrounded by the amazing people of Sumter School District. The dissension currently abounding in our schools has not always been present. We have had arguments and disagreements as most families

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

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

H.D. OSTEEN 1904-1987 The Item

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EW YORK — It was never quite clear what feminizing the workplace would mean when women en masse invaded corporate America a generation ago. Most of us donned our Mao suits, bow ties and sensible shoes and did our best to blend in. The work- Kathleen place PARKER didn’t become more feminine; women became more masculine. Then along came “Sex and the City.” The new working girl was glam, femmed-out to the max in sheer tops, short skirts and stilettos. She was brash, tough (neurotic), and above all sexy. Where the previous generation of women had tried to camouflage their sexuality, the new generation flaunted every inch. Much, and little, has changed over the decades. Women are exceeding their male counterparts in education. One in four earns more than her husband. The office may not have a fern bar, but there’s likely to be a private space for breast pumping. Our fight for on-site child care has given way to a tsunami of third-world nannies. To the point: Women are reaching equality as never before. Certainly many struggle to keep food on the table. But in the salons where luckier women discuss what women really want, they

are reaching the traditional benchmarks of happiness — money and power — and guess what: They’re still not happy. Women aren’t happy precisely because they tried to fit themselves neatly into the male template of what constitutes happiness. Of course women want wealth and power, but not at the expense of the things that matter most — equilibrium, inner peace, wisdom, heart, and a family that isn’t in constant chaos. These intangibles are largely ignored, alas, because the male-created workplace views them as froufrou “women’s” concerns. What’s love got to do with the bottom line? Everything, really. Research, which we prefer to common sense, supports that happy, welladjusted, less-stressedout people make more productive and efficient workers. Those brilliant seers “They” always said that money doesn’t buy happiness. And though being rich and unhappy beats poor and unhappy every time, “They” were right. Women, who now constitute a critical mass in the workplace, have learned through exhaustion, divorce and disappointed children that trying to fit their lives into the male mold of success is like trying to squeeze into Cinderella’s shoe. Two women who know something about power, money, success and shoes (there’s no point trying to talk about women as though shoes don’t matter) recognized

this soul-void in women’s lives and did what women do. The indefatigable Arianna Huffington and Mika Brzezinski convened a conference — “The Third Metric” — to address that missing thing in our lives. Huffington described it as that inner place of heart, soul and wisdom where few of us spend much time. We’re too busy. Creating space for quietude — unplugged rather than unhinged — requires strategic planning. This isn’t space for moon-gazing, but for the fallow time that engenders calm, which often precedes the storm of innovation and creativity. Where do your best ideas come from? The chorus was instantaneous: “The shower.” Away from it all. There will be dissenters. Urging people to be go-givers instead of gogetters, easier to do when you are already a millionaire, may not appeal to the board of directors. And I confess, when John Mackey, co-founder of Whole Foods, spoke of promoting people who are emotionally evolved over the merely ambitious, I didn’t know whether to assume a lotus or a fetal position. But all things considered, a culture in which meaning is recognized as a goal equal to profit cannot make a worse world. Besides, when Mama is happy, everybody is happy. Kathleen Parker’s email address is kathleenparker@washpost.com. © 2013, Washington Post Writers Group

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do, but we have always come through them stronger and more unified. The things I see happening now — the confusion, the chaos, the lack of communication, the low morale, the confusing and unmotivating grading system — these are all things that we have not faced so intensely before. I pray daily that as a community of educators and citizens we will unify and stand up for what is right for our schools — without fear of what may happen. I pray that as professionals we come to the realization that it is not only our right but our duty to speak out against what we know to be detrimental to our students. We are a family, and families fight for each other. I am in this profession not because I chose it, but because it chose me. I want my own children and all of the children of Sumter County to receive the same quality education, not just academic, but life education, that so many of us were able to receive. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” If we do not stand up for what is right for our community, no one will. Our children deserve nothing less.

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, JUNE 9, 2013

GEOFFREY L. GIBSON Geoffrey Linn “Cheese� Gibson was born June 21, 1975, in Sumter to Mary Agnes Gibson and the late Albert “W.C.� Gibson Sr. He departed this life on Thursday, June 6, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Geoffrey was educated in the public schools of Sumter County and graduated from Sumter High School in 1994. He attended the Sumter Career Center, where he became a certified brick mason. He also attended Central Carolina Technical College, where he studied mechanics and computers. He was employed by Gold Kist for two years and previously Carolina Furniture Works for 10 years. He was a member of M.W. Mount Sinai Grand Lodge A.F. & A.M. State of South Carolina, King James Lodge #2 of Sumter. At an early age, he joined Calvary Missionary Baptist Church in Pinewood and was a faithful member of the Adult Choir. He leaves to cherish his memories a loving mother, Mary A. Gibson of Sumter; one daughter, Tieara Monique Gibson; one sister, Angelia K. Gibson (Robert Neal) of Sumter; one brother, Albert (Chandra) Gibson of Charlotte; a special companion, Celissa Richburg of Sumter; a special cousin, Charles “Boo� Williams; special friends Gerald Chatman and Tamika Richburg; eight aunts; two uncles; and a host of relatives and friends. Public viewing will be held on Monday, June 10, 2013, from 2 to 7 p.m. at Job’s Mortuary. Mr. Gibson will be placed in the church on Tuesday, June 11, 2013, at 3 p.m. at Westend Community Church, 101 S. Salem Ave., Sumter, with the Pastor E.L. Sanders, officiating. Interment will be in the Calvary-Zion Hill Cemetery, Pinewood. Family is receiving friends at 1027 Collins St., Sumter. 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. ROBERT E. BANNISTER Jr. Robert E. Lee Bannister Jr., 52, died on Wednesday, June 5, 2013, at Clarendon Memorial Hospital, Manning. He was born on Wednesday, March 1, 1961, in Summerton, to Mary Dubose Bannister and the late Robert Bannister Sr. At an early age he became a member of the Mt. Pleasant Reformed Methodist Union Episcopal Church. Robert was educated in the public school system of Clarendon County and was employed as a construction worker. He leaves to mourn his passing and cherish his memories a loving mother, Mary D. Bannister of the home; three brothers, James Bannister and John Bannister, both of Summerton, and Eric (Angela Coard) Bannister of Manning; four sisters, Betty J. (Fletcher)

Johnson and Teresa Bannister, both of White Plains, N.Y., Annie (Willie) Jackson and Sindy (Peggy) House, both of Summerton; a special niece, Jamesha R. Bannister, of the home; a dear friend, Lucille J. Richburg; and a host of uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, June 11, 2013, at noon at Mt. Pleasant R.M.U.E. Church, 14076 Panola Road, Panola community of Pinewood, the Rev. Powell Hampton, Jr., pastor, and the Rev. Terry Johnson, presiding. Interment will follow in Brown’s Cemetery, Panola community of Pinewood. Viewing will be held Monday, June 10, 2013, in the Chapel of KingFields Mortuary from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Mr. Bannister will lay in state on Tuesday, June 11, 2013, from 11 a.m. until the hour of service. The family will receive friends at the home, 1180 Washington St., Summerton, SC 29148. Services have been entrusted in the professional care of KingFields Mortuary, Summerton, SC (803) 4855039.

HENRY DOTSON Henry Dotson of Florence and formally of Switchback, W.Va., died on Monday, June 3, 2013, at the Regency Hospital in Florence after an extended illness. Arrangements will be announced by People’s Funeral Home of Pamplico. The family is receiving friends at the residence. JOSEPHINE F. ELLIOTT Josephine Ford Elliott, 93, daughter of the late Holley Ford and Rosa Farmer Ford, was born Oct. 31, 1919, in Sumter County. She departed this life on Friday, June 7, 2013, at Sumter East Health and Rehab Center. Funeral plans are incomplete and will be announced later by Job’s Mortuary Inc. The family is receiving friends at the home of her niece Barbara Walker, 106 N. Milton Road, Sumter. Job’s Mortuary Inc., 312 S. Main St., Sumter, is in charge of the arrangements. PHILIP L. HILBISH Jr. Philip Lawrence Hilbish Jr., 80, beloved husband of Helen (Jeanette) Harrod Hilbish, departed this earthly life on Friday, June 7, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Born Feb. 23, 1933, in Neptune, N.J., he was the son of the late Philip L. Hilbish Sr. and Amy Russell Hilbish. He was a 1950 graduate of Ansonia High School in Ansonia, Conn. He was also a graduate of the University of Maryland. Mr. Hilbish was an Eagle Scout, a member of the Order of the Arrow and had received the God & Country Scouting Award. During the 1950s, he was commissioned in the United States Air Force, where he served as a troop carrier pilot. Beginning in 1958

and for the next 35 years, Mr. Hilbish was employed with the J.C. Penney Company. In 1974, he was promoted to manager of the Sumter store. In 1989, he was assigned as the manager of the Columbia store, where he remained until his retirement in 1993. Since 1974 and until his death, he was a member of Alice Drive Baptist Church and the Men’s Fellowship Sunday School Class. He also served as a deacon and was a member of the finance and personnel committees. He was on the board of directors of the Sumter Merchants Association, the Sumter Chamber of Commerce, the Salvation Army and the Sumter United Way. He was also the government relations representative for the J.C. Penney Co. from South Carolina. Survivors include his devoted wife of 57 years; two sons, David Lawrence Hilbish (Lisa) and John Philip Hilbish (Allison); two daughters, Doris Lynn Dubose (William) and Deborah Leigh Walker (Dr. James); 14 grandchildren, Christy Fay Dietsche (Kevin), Mary Hope Councill (Ryan), Rebekah, Ericka, Jessica and David Hilbish Jr., Justin and Brandon Dubose, Amy, Ian, Jamie, and Emma Walker, Austin and Lauren Hilbish; one great-grandchild, Eliana Dietsche; and one sister, Marjorie Russell Hilbish Johnson (Richard) of Madison, Conn. Mr. Hilbish was preceded in death by a daughter-in-law, Pamela Fay Bozanek Hilbish. A special word of thanks goes to Dr. Philip Brandt, Dr. Pusadee Suchinda, Dr. James Cain and Dr. Jeff Smith and their professional staffs for the many years of kind, loving care. Also a thank you for the endless house of care from the many nurses and techs, especially Jo Ann and Pam at the Sumter Dialysis Center. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Alice Drive Baptist Church, 1305 Loring Mill Road, Sumter, with the Rev. Dr. Clay Smith, lead pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in the Sumter Cemetery. Pallbearers will be all the grandsons, and honorary pallbearers are members of the Men’s Fellowship Sunday School Class of Alice Drive Baptist Church. Elmore Hill McCreight Funeral Home & Crematory, 221 Broad Street, Sumter, is in charge of the arrangements. (803) 775-9386. Online condolences may be sent to www. sumterfunerals.com. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Elmore Hill McCreight Funeral Home and other times at the residence. Memorials may be made to the Alice Drive Baptist Church Building Fund, 1305 Loring Mill Road, Sumter SC 29150 or to the Connie Maxwell Children’s Home, P.O. Box 1178, Greenwood, SC 296489989.

WILLIAM J. HOLMES Sr. William “Bill� Judson Holmes Sr. died at his home on June 7, 2013. He was born on Feb. 19, 1923, to the late Alice Sigman Holmes and Charles Howard Holmes in Rensselaer, Ind. He came to Fort Jackson after being drafted for service and made his home in Columbia after his time in the United States Army. Bill was employed with Belk Department Store in Columbia for 34 years. Following his retirement from Belk, he was employed by the state of South Carolina in the Materials Merchandise Office for seven years. Bill was a charter member and charter secretary of the Eau Claire Lions Club (Columbia) and was presented the Life Membership by Lions International in 1992. He was a member of the South Carolina Association of Government Purchasing Officials (SCAGPO) and was awarded the James Barnes Award for outstanding service in 1985. He served as SCAGPO treasurer for a number of years. He enjoyed his affiliation, making many lasting friendships. Bill actively participated in his community, serving as a baseball coach, PTO treasurer and school volunteer. Bill proudly served his country during World War II (March 1943 - March 1946). He deployed to Europe with Patton’s Third Army and fought as a member of the 648th Tank Destroyer Battalion. He received two bronze stars, the American Theater Ribbon, the Good Conduct Medal and the World War II Victory Medal. Bill was an active member of the Presbyterian Church (USA) throughout his adult life. He served as Sunday school teacher, Sunday school superintendent, deacon and elder. Presently, he was a member of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Surfside Beach. Bill was an avid gardener and lover of nature throughout his life. Bill was predeceased in death by his first wife, Margaret Leviner Holmes, and two sons, Earl Cameron Holmes and John David Holmes, and also a brother, Earl Charles Holmes. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Kay Sutton Holmes of Surfside Beach; his son the Rev. Dr. William J. Holmes Jr. and his wife, Judy S. Holmes, of Manning; a daughter, Kimberly Holmes Frederick and her husband, Michael O. Frederick Jr., of Surfside Beach; grandchildren William J. Holmes III and his wife, Summer A. Holmes, of Sumter, Ashley Michele Holmes of Columbia, Adam Wilson Holmes and his wife, Sabrina S. Holmes, of West Columbia and Olivia Karoline and Cameron Lucille Frederick of Surfside Beach; great-grandchildren Judson IV, Ben, Conner, Kaleb, Hayes and Sadie Holmes. Visitation will be at Bill and Kay’s home from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. Monday, June 10, 2013, at Greenlawn Memorial

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Gardens, 7100 Garners Ferry Road, Columbia. Visitation with the family will follow the service. In lieu of flowers the family requests memorials be made to any of the following: Honor Flight, Grand Strand/ MB Chapter, P.O. Box 1212, Pawleys Island, SC 29585; Wounded Warriors, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675 or Coastal Animal Rescue, 1288 Limestone St., Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 (or any other charity of one’s choice). The family would like to thank Tidelands Hospice and Griswold Home Health, specifically his caregivers Angelica McCray and Norma Thomas and Siri Thomas with Mercy Palliative Care Partners. The family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Dr. Jasen Rowles for his professionalism, compassion and phenomenal care that he provided to Bill. Words cannot express our deep appreciation and gratitude to Dr. Rowles. Sign a guestbook at www.goldfinchfuneralhome.com. Goldfinch Funeral Home, Beach Chapel is handling the arrangements.

BENNY LOWERY Benny Lowery, 54, departed this life on Wednesday, June 5, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center, Sumter. Born in Sumter County on March 22, 1959, he was the son of the late Edward Lowery Sr. and Mary Jane Linton Lowery. At an early age he joined Mt. Olive AME Church. He was educated in the public schools of Sumter County and was a graduate of Hillcrest High School, Class of 1978. Following graduation, Benny served a tour of duty in the United States Army. Upon his honorable discharge, he lived in New York, where he was employed as a security guard with CBS Studios, Manhattan, N.Y. After relocating to Sumter, he was employed by Morris College. Benny was married to the late Suzzette Singleton Lowery. To this union four children were born. He leaves to cherish his precious memories: two daughters, Fatima Singleton of Sumter and Anjanette Lowery; two sons, Carlos and Clinton Lowery, all of the home; five sisters, Dorothy

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Yates of Sumter, Joann (Frank) Dennis of Rembert, Marilyn (Bobby) Green of Charleston, Brenda Wilson of Columbia and Annie Mae Johnson of Rembert; four brothers, Edward (Sallie) Lowery Jr. of Sumter, William (Leola) Lowery of Colorado Springs, Colo., Nathaniel (Laura) Lowery of Augusta, Ga., and Joe Lowery of Sumter; two grandsons, Damontae Lowery of the home and Christopher SingletonMuldrow; a special aunt, Berneatha Wilson of Sumter; one uncle, John Henry Lowery of Sumter; a special sister-inlaw, Barbara Lowery; two special cousins, John Wilson Jr. and James Lowery; his mother-in-law, Margaret Muldrow; two brothersin-law; three other sisters-in-law; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday, June 10, 2013, from the Mt. Olive AME Church, 2738 Woodrow Road, Woodrow, with the Rev. Dr. Friendly J. Gadson, pastor, eulogist. The family will receive friends and relatives at the home of his brother and sister-inlaw, Edward Jr. and Sallie Lowery, 2905 Homestead Road, Sumter. The funeral procession will leave at 12:20 p.m. from the home of his brother and sisterin-law. Floral bearers and pallbearers will be family and friends. Online memorial messages may be sent to the family at williamsfuneralhome@sc.rr. com. Visit us on the Web at www.williamsfuneralhomeinc.com. Services directed by the management and staff of Williams Funeral Home Inc., 821 N. Main St., Sumter.

PRESTON MOSES It is with profound sorrow we announce the passing of Preston Moses, 54, who died Monday, June 3, 2013. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Monday at Mt. Harmon Missionary Baptist Church. Interment will follow in Thomas Town Cemetery. The family is receiving friends at 403 Bracy St. in Bishopville. Online condolences may be left at www.newlifefuneralservices.com. Services have been entrusted to New Life Funeral Services of Bishopville.

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Amedisys Hospice is in need of volunteers. Volunteer opportunities include 1) special projects of baking, sewing, knitting, crafts, carpentry and yard work; 2) administrative/ office duties of copying, light filing and answering phones; and 3) patient companionship — develop one-on-one relationships with hospice patients (training provided free of charge). Contact Rhoda Keefe, volunteer coordinator, at (803) 469-3047 or rhonda.keefe@amedisys.com. Hospice Care of Tri-County is in need of volunteers. Volunteers offer support, companionship and care to the caregiver by running errands, reading to patients, listening and just being there for patients who need companionship. All you need is a willing heart and some time to give to others. No medical background is required. Hospice Care of Tri-County will provide you with the tools you need to become a hospice volunteer. Call Carol Tindal at (803) 9057720. ROAD to RECOVERY is in need of volunteers in the Sumter area. The program provides cancer patients with transportation to and from treatments. Call the American Cancer Society at (803) 750-1693. Sumter Newcomers Club welcomes new residents (and even some longtime residents) with coffees and luncheons each month. Call Arlene Janis at (803) 494-9610 or Jeanne Bessel at (803) 469-0598. OASIS Care provides free medical and dental care for qualifying persons living with HIV and AIDS. Call LaVonda Johnson at (803) 775-8523. The Rise and Shine Call Program, sponsored by LifeLine Senior Services Inc., is a free service that provides a daily “reassurance” call to older adults who live alone in the community. Call (803) 774-7414 for details or to sign up. The Westside Neighborhood Association meets at 5:30 p.m. on the third Monday of each month at the Birnie HOPE Center, 210 S. Purdy St. The Christian Golfers’ Association (CGA) meets at 8 a.m. each Tuesday for Bible study. The group meets at the CGA office in Dillon Park. Refreshments provided and golf after Bible study. Call (803) 773-2171. UAW Eastern Carolina International Retirees Council meets at 10 a.m. on the second Wednesday of each month at the VFW in Little River. All UAW retirees are welcome to attend. Call Bob Artus at (803) 481-3622. The Ballard-Palmer-Bates American Legion Post 202 meets at 7 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month at the Post, 310 Palmetto St. All veterans are welcome to attend. Call (803) 773-4811. The Civil Air Patrol Sumter Composite Squadron meets from 7 to 9 p.m. each Monday at the Sumter Airport. Contact Jared Buniel at (803) 481-7915 or JaredLotR@juno.com. Visit the Web site at www.scwg.cap.gov/sumter/. The Palmetto PC Club meets on the second Thursday of each month at the Capital Senior Center in Columbia. Details about the club can be found at http://palmettopc.org/home/. The Sumter James R. Clark Sickle Cell Memorial Foundation, 337 Manning Ave., offers free Sickle Cell Disease and Sickle Cell Trait screenings to the Sumter and Clarendon communities. For appointments, call (803) 774-6181.

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Down 1-0 to Spurs, Heat seek some fun

P-15’s rout Manning 10-0 in 7 BY JUSTIN DRIGGERS jdriggers@theitem.com MANNING – With Tropical Storm Andrea finally out of the way, the Sumter P-15’s and Manning-Santee Post 68 returned to American Legion baseball action on Saturday at Monarch Field in Manning. River Soles and the P-15’s offense gave both teams a little more rest, though, as Soles two-hit Manning through five innings and Sumter scored six runs in the first inning en route to a 10-0, 7-inning victory. Sumter improved to 4-1 on the season in League III while Manning dropped to 1-4. Sumter travels to Hartsville today while Manning will make the trek on Monday. Both games are at 7 p.m. “I thought River was really the story of the game,” P-15’s head coach Curtis Johnson said. “He’s a kid that didn’t throw a whole lot in high school and came out and gave us a great performance.” Soles allowed no runs and just two hits in five dominant innings for

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Sumter. Only four Post 68 batters reached base on the night, and only two made it past first base. Cather Robbie Heathcott collected both hits off Soles and gave him his only trouble of the evening. He singled and reaches second on a wild pitch with one out in the second but was stranded and was also left at third in the fourth inning. “He attacked the zone,” Johnson said. “We wanted him to throw strikes and get ahead of guys and let his defense work behind him. He was able to get ground balls and keep them off the bases.” The P-15’s spotted their starter six runs in the first and made short work of Post 68 starter Nick GibKEITH GEDAMKE / SPECIAL TO THE ITEM bons. Sumter sent 11 men Sumter’s Phillip Watcher slides into home as Manning-Santee catcher Robbie to the plate in another Heathcott awaits a throw home during the P-15’s 10-0 victory in seven innings tough early inning for at Monarchs Field on Saturday. Manning. Taylor McFaddin led off with an infield single JETS-LEXINGTON POSTPONED and stole second. Jacob Dalzell-Shaw Post 175’s Amer- been rescheduled. Watcher followed with a ican Legion baseball game at Dalzell will play host to Cofielder’s choice grounder, but McFaddin was safe on Lexington on Saturday was post- lumbia Northeast today at 5 p.m. poned due to wet fields. at Thomas Sumter Academy’s the throw to third. Phillip The League VIII game has not General Field. SEE SUMTER, PAGE B2

MIAMI — The NBA Finals. Just being here can be memorable — and miserable. And surprise, it’s those supposedly stoic Spurs who are having more fun, while the South Beach bunch is a little grumpy and grouchy. The Miami Heat may be on top of the basketball world, but there’s no joy unless they stay there. “Playoffs ain’t fun, man. I’m WADE sorry to bust anyone on the outside’s bubble,” Dwyane Wade said. “As a player in the playoffs, you have no joy until it’s over and you won. If you don’t win, you have no joy for a while.” Down 1-0 after a record regular season that goes for naught without another title, the Heat can turn their moods around with a victory over San Antonio on Sunday night in Game 2. Back in the finals for a third straight year, the Heat have lost some of the SEE FINALS, PAGE B5

Gamecocks lose on walk-off hit BY MIKE POTTER Special to The Greenville News

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Serena Williams holds the trophy after defeating Maria Sharapova 6-4, 6-4 in the women’s championship match of the French Open at Roland Garros stadium in Paris on Saturday.

Serena tops Sharapova for French Open title BY STEVEN WINE The Associated Press PARIS — Two hours before her French Open final, Serena Williams practiced on center court, the stands deserted as she whacked one winner after another to the distant sounds of a brass band playing on the plaza. When the music stopped, the seats filled

CHAPEL HILL, N.C.— Chad Holbrook said his main goal for his South Carolina team was to get to Game 3 of the NCAA Super Regional. But after a tough walk-off loss Saturday afternoon, the Gamecocks have no more margin for error. Skye Bolt’s two-out single to South Carolina (42-20) right scored vs. North Carolina (56-9) Parks Jordan Boshamer Stadium with the winner Chapel Hill, N.C. in the ninth as No. 3 North Car- GAME 1 — UNC 6, USC 5 olina topped the GAME 2 — Today, 1 p.m. (ESPN) No. 11 GameGAME 3 — Monday, TBA (TBA) cocks 6-5 at jampacked Boshamer Stadium. Game 2 of the best-of-three set is for today at 1 p.m., with Jordan Montgomery (5-1, 1.67) going against Tar Heel junior Hobbs Johnson (4-0, 2.09) in another battle of lefties. The series was backed up a day because of the rain from Tropical Storm Andrea on Friday. USC, seeking its fourth straight trip to the College World Series after winning it all in 2011, fell to 42-19 with the loss, while the Tar Heels improved to 56-9. “This series isn’t lost,” said Coach Holbrook,

and the match began, Williams went on defense, relentlessly chasing down one shot after another to defeat familiar foil Maria Sharapova. With a 6-4, 6-4 victory, the No. 1-ranked Williams won her first French Open championship since 2002. “Eleven years,” Williams said in French SEE SERENA, PAGE B3

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South Carolina shortstop Joey Pankake, left, throws to first to finish a double play after forcing out North Carolina’s Landon Lassiter at second base during Saturday’s Super Regional game in Chapel Hill, N.C. UNC beat USC 6-5.

who graduated from UNC in 1994. “We have some guys who have played in national championship games and they’ve got rings on their fingers. They’re not going to throw in the towel.” The Gamecocks had plenty of offense, pounding out 15 hits to 11 for the Tar Heels. Six USC players had multiple-hit games led by Chase Vergason with a double and two singles and Graham Salko and Kyle Martin with three singles each. SEE USC, PAGE B3

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

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es Cannonier is competing for a starting spot in the Wheaton College (Ill.) football team’s secondary. Thanks CANNONIER to a strong spring camp, the Thomas Sumter Academy graduate said he is in the mix at safety, where two

seniors are his chief competition. “The spot’s wide open,” the 5-foot-11inch, 180-pound Cannonier said. “I think I can get the spot.” Cannonier did not play in any games last year as a freshman. “I played against the firststring offense every day,” he said, noting that during practices he regularly covered D3football.com

second-team All-America wide receiver Mark Hiben. Positions have opened because he said, “We had a lot of big, crucial guys graduate. It’s big shoes to fill this year.” He has been focusing on improving his footwork, especially his offman coverage, he said, because it’s no longer SEE CANNONIER, PAGE B4


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SCOREBOARD TV, RADIO TODAY 9 a.m. -- Professional Tennis: French Open Men’s Final Match from Paris (WIS 10). 9 a.m. -- Professional Golf: European PGA Tour Lyoness Open Final Round from Atzenbrugg, Austria (GOLF). 1 p.m. -- College Baseball: NCAA Tournament Chapel Hill Super Regional Game Two from Chapel Hill, N.C. -- South Carolina vs. North Carolina (ESPN, WNKT-FM 107.5). 1 p.m. -- College Baseball: NCAA Tournament Tallahasse Super Regional Game Two from Tallahassee, Fla. -- Indiana vs. Florida State (ESPNU). 1 p.m. -- PGA Golf: St. Jude Classic Final Round from Memphis, Tenn. (GOLF). 1 p.m. -- NASCR Racing: Sprint Cup Series Party in the Poconos 400 from Long Pond, Pa. (TNT, WEGX-FM 92.9). 1:30 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Los Angeles Angels at Boston (TBS). 2 p.m. -- Formula One Racing: Canadian Grand Prix from Montreal (WIS 10). 2:10 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Pittsburgh at Chicago Cubs (WGN). 3 p.m. -- PGA Golf: St. Jude Classic Final Round from Memphis, Tenn. (WBTW 13, WLTX 19). 3 p.m. -- LPGA Golf: Wegman’s LPGA Championship Final Round from Pittsford, N.Y. (GOLF). 4 p.m. -- College Baseball: NCAA Tournament Nashville Super Regional Game Two from Nashville, Tenn. -- Louisville vs. Nashville (ESPN). 4 p.m. -- College Baseball: NCAA Tournament Raleigh Super Regional Game Two from Raleigh, N.C. -- Rice vs. North Carolina State (ESPNU). 4 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Atlanta at Los Angeles Dodgers (FOX SPORTSOUTH, WPUB-FM 102.7). 6:30 p.m. -- American Legion Baseball: Sumter at Hartsville (WWHM-FM 92.3, WWHMFM 93.3, WWHM-AM 1290). 7 p.m. -- College Baseball: NCAA Tournament Baton Rouge Super Regional Game Three from Baton Rouge, La. -- Oklahoma vs. Louisiana State (If Necessary) (ESPN2). 7 p.m. -- College Baseball: NCAA Tournament Charlottesville Super Regional Game Two from Charlottesville, Va. -- Mississippi State vs. Virginia (ESPNU). 7:30 p.m. -- Senior PGA Golf: Champions Tour The Tradition Final Round from Birmingham, Ala. (GOLF). 8 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: NBA Finals Game Two -- San Antonio at Miami (WOLO 25). 8 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: St. Louis at Cincinnati (ESPN). 10 p.m. -- College Baseball: NCAA Tournament Fullerton Super Regional Game Three from Fullerton, Calif. -- UCLA vs. Cal State Fullerton (If Necessary) (ESPN2). 10 p.m. -- College Baseball: NCAA Tournament Corvallis Super Regional Game Two from Corvallis, Ore. -- Kansas State vs. Oregon State (ESPNU). 11:45 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: NBA Finals Game Two Postgame Press Conference from Miami (NBA TV). MONDAY 1 p.m. -- College Baseball: NCAA Tournament Tallahassee Super Regional Game Three from Tallahassee, Fla. -- Indiana vs. Florida State (If Necessary) (ESPN2). 4 p.m. -- College Baseball: NCAA Tournament Charlottesville Super Regional Game Three from Charlottesville, Va. -- Mississippi State vs. Virginia (f Necessary) (ESPN2). 6:05 p.m. -- Talk Show: Sports Talk (WPUBFM 102.7, WDXY-FM 105.9, WDXY-AM 1240). 7 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Boston at Tampa Bay (ESPN). 7 p.m. -- College Baseball: NCAA Tournament Nashville Super Regional Game Three from Nashville, Tenn. -- Louisville vs. Nashville (If Necessary) (ESPN2). 7 p.m. -- College Baseball: NCAA Tournament Corvallis Super Regional Game Three from Corvallis, Ore. -- Kansas State vs. Oregon State (If Necessary) (ESPNU). 7 p.m. -- American Legion Baseball: Camden at Sumter (WWHM-FM 92.3, WWHM-FM 93.3, WWHM-AM 1290). 9 p.m. -- NHL Hockey: Western Conference Playoffs Final Series Game Six -- Chicago Los Angeles (If Necessary) (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 10 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Atlanta at San Diego (SPORTSOUTH, WPUB-FM 102.7).

MLB STANDINGS American League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB Boston 37 24 .607 – New York 35 26 .574 2 Baltimore 34 27 .557 3 Tampa Bay 33 27 .550 31/2 Toronto 26 34 .433 101/2 Central Division W L Pct GB Detroit 33 26 .559 – Cleveland 30 30 .500 31/2 Minnesota 26 31 .456 6 Kansas City 26 32 .448 61/2 Chicago 25 34 .424 8 West Division W L Pct GB Oakland 38 25 .603 – Texas 36 24 .600 1/2 Seattle 27 35 .435 101/2 Los Angeles 26 34 .433 101/2 Houston 22 40 .355 151/2 Friday’s Games Minnesota at Washington, ppd., rain Toronto 6, Texas 1 Detroit 7, Cleveland 5 Tampa Bay 2, Baltimore 1 L.A. Angels at Boston, ppd., rain Kansas City 4, Houston 2 Oakland 4, Chicago White Sox 3 Seattle 4, N.Y. Yankees 1 Saturday’s Games L.A. Angels at Boston, 1:05 p.m., 1st game Texas at Toronto, 1:07 p.m. Minnesota at Washington, 4:05 p.m. Cleveland at Detroit, 4:08 p.m. Baltimore at Tampa Bay, 4:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Seattle, 4:10 p.m. Oakland at Chicago White Sox, 4:10 p.m. Houston at Kansas City, 7:15 p.m. L.A. Angels at Boston, 7:15 p.m., 2nd game Today’s Games Texas (Grimm 5-4) at Toronto (Jo.Johnson 0-2), 1:07 p.m. Cleveland (Masterson 8-4) at Detroit (Alvarez 0-0), 1:08 p.m. L.A. Angels (Blanton 1-9) at Boston (Dempster 3-6), 1:35 p.m. Minnesota (Diamond 4-4) at Washington (Zimmermann 8-3), 1:35 p.m., 1st game Baltimore (Tillman 5-2) at Tampa Bay (M.Moore 8-1), 1:40 p.m. Houston (Harrell 4-7) at Kansas City (Mendoza 1-3), 2:10 p.m. Oakland (Griffin 5-4) at Chicago White Sox (H.Santiago 1-4), 2:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (D.Phelps 4-3) at Seattle (F.Hernandez 7-4), 4:10 p.m. Minnesota (Deduno 2-1) at Washington (Karns 0-1), 7:05 p.m., 2nd game Monday’s Games L.A. Angels at Baltimore, 7:05 p.m. Boston at Tampa Bay, 7:10 p.m. Cleveland at Texas, 8:05 p.m. Detroit at Kansas City, 8:10 p.m. Toronto at Chicago White Sox, 8:10 p.m. Houston at Seattle, 10:10 p.m. National League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB Atlanta 37 24 .607 – Philadelphia 31 31 .500 61/2 Washington 29 30 .492 7

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23 33 .411 111/2 16 44 .267 201/2 Central Division W L Pct GB St. Louis 40 21 .656 – Cincinnati 36 25 .590 4 Pittsburgh 36 25 .590 4 Chicago 24 34 .414 141/2 Milwaukee 23 37 .383 161/2 West Division W L Pct GB Arizona 35 26 .574 – Colorado 33 29 .532 21/2 San Francisco 31 29 .517 31/2 San Diego 28 33 .459 7 Los Angeles 27 33 .450 71/2 Friday’s Games Pittsburgh 2, Chicago Cubs 0 Minnesota at Washington, ppd., rain St. Louis 9, Cincinnati 2 Miami at New York, ppd., rain Milwaukee 5, Philadelphia 4 Colorado 10, San Diego 9 Arizona 3, San Francisco 1 L.A. Dodgers 2, Atlanta 1, 10 innings Saturday’s Games Miami at N.Y. Mets, 1:10 p.m. Minnesota at Washington, 4:05 p.m. Pittsburgh at Chicago Cubs, 4:05 p.m. Philadelphia at Milwaukee, 7:15 p.m. San Diego at Colorado, 7:15 p.m. St. Louis at Cincinnati, 7:15 p.m. Atlanta at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m. San Francisco at Arizona, 10:10 p.m. Today’s Games Miami (Slowey 1-5) at N.Y. Mets (Niese 3-5), 1:10 p.m. Minnesota (Diamond 4-4) at Washington (Zimmermann 8-3), 1:35 p.m., 1st game Philadelphia (Pettibone 3-1) at Milwaukee (Lohse 1-6), 2:10 p.m. Pittsburgh (Locke 5-1) at Chicago Cubs (E.Jackson 1-8), 2:20 p.m. Atlanta (Minor 7-2) at L.A. Dodgers (Magill 0-1), 4:10 p.m. San Diego (Richard 1-5) at Colorado (Nicasio 4-2), 4:10 p.m. San Francisco (Gaudin 1-1) at Arizona (Skaggs 1-0), 4:10 p.m. Minnesota (Deduno 2-1) at Washington (Karns 0-1), 7:05 p.m., 2nd game St. Louis (Lynn 8-1) at Cincinnati (Arroyo 6-5), 8:10 p.m. Monday’s Games Milwaukee at Miami, 7:10 p.m. Cincinnati at Chicago Cubs, 8:05 p.m. Arizona at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m. Atlanta at San Diego, 10:10 p.m.

NBA FINALS (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) San Antonio 1, Miami 0 Thursday, June 6: San Antonio 92, Miami 88 Sunday, June 9: San Antonio at Miami, 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 11: Miami at San Antonio 9 p.m. Thursday, June 13: Miami at San Antonio, 9 p.m. x-Sunday, June 16: Miami at San Antonio, 8 p.m. x-Tuesday, June 18: San Antonio at Miami, 9 p.m. x-Thursday, June 20: San Antonio at Miami, 9 p.m.

NHL PLAYOFFS By The Associated Press CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) EASTERN CONFERENCE Boston 4, Pittsburgh 0 Saturday, June 1: Boston 3, Pittsburgh 0 Monday, June 3: Boston 6, Pittsburgh 1 Wednesday, June 5: Boston 2, Pittsburgh 1, 2OT Friday, June 7: Boston 1, Pittsburgh 0 WESTERN CONFERENCE Chicago 3, Los Angeles 1 Saturday, June 1: Chicago 2, Los Angeles 1 Sunday, June 2: Chicago 4, Los Angeles 2 Tuesday, June 4: Los Angeles 3, Chicago 1 Thursday, June 6: Chicago 3, Los Angeles 2 Saturday, June 8: Los Angeles at Chicago, 8 p.m. x-Monday, June 10: Chicago at Los Angeles, 9 p.m. x-Wednesday, June 12: Los Angeles at Chicago, TBD

TENNIS French Open Results By The Associated Press Saturday At Stade Roland Garros Paris Purse: $28.4 million (Grand Slam) Surface: Clay-Outdoor Singles Women Championship Serena Williams (1), United States, def. Maria Sharapova (2), Russia, 6-4, 6-4.

GOLF St Jude Classic Par Scores The Associated Press Saturday At TPC Southwind Memphis, Tenn. Purse: $5.7 million Yardage: 7,239; Par: 70 Third Round Shawn Stefani 67-65-66—198 -12 Harris English 66-64-69—199 -11 Patrick Reed 69-69-64—202 -8 Nicholas Thompson 67-69-66—202 -8 Scott Stallings 67-68-67—202 -8 Phil Mickelson 71-67-65—203 -7 Eric Meierdierks 68-69-66—203 -7 Padraig Harrington 69-70-65—204 -6 Ryan Palmer 72-67-65—204 -6 Roberto Castro 68-69-67—204 -6 Jonathan Byrd 70-69-66—205 -5 John Rollins 67-71-67—205 -5 Ian Poulter 69-68-68—205 -5 Ben Crane 69-68-68—205 -5 Dustin Johnson 67-70-68—205 -5 Justin Hicks 67-69-69—205 -5 Paul Haley II 67-68-70—205 -5 Regions Tradition Par Scores The Associated Press Saturday At Shoal Creek Birmingham, Ala. Purse: $2.2 milliion Yardage: 7,231; Par 72 Third Round David Frost 68-70-66—204 -12 Fred Couples 66-71-68—205 -11 Morris Hatalsky 71-68-67—206 -10 Michael Allen 68-69-69—206 -10 Duffy Waldorf 67-68-71—206 -10 Esteban Toledo 70-69-69—208 -8 Scott Hoch 72-67-69—208 -8 Bart Bryant 69-69-70—208 -8 Loren Roberts 69-69-70—208 -8 Jeff Sluman 65-71-72—208 -8 Kenny Perry 69-73-67—209 -7 Tom Lehman 69-71-69—209 -7 Russ Cochran 71-68-70—209 -7 David Eger 69-70-70—209 -7 John Cook 70-68-71—209 -7 Mike Goodes 70-68-71—209 -7 Wegmans Championship Par Scores At Locust Hill Country Club Pittsford, N.Y. Purse: 2.25 million Yardage: 6,534; Par 72 (35-37) Second Round Complete Leaderboard POS PLAYER TO PAR THRU 1 Morgan Pressel -6 2 Inbee Park -4 2 Chella Choi -4 4 Sarah Jane Smith -3 4 Amy Yang -3 4 Jiyai Shin -3 7 Sun Young Yoo -2 7 Na Yeon Choi -2 7 Angela Stanford -2 7 Catriona Matthew -2 7 Brittany Lincicome -2

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Palace Malice scores upset in Belmont BY RICHARD ROSENBLATT The Associated Press NEW YORK— Palace Malice took charge on the turn for home and won the Belmont Stakes on Saturday, holding off Preakness winner Oxbow and Kentucky Derby winner Orb. The win gave Todd Pletcher his second Belmont win in six years, and vindicated the trainer’s support of a 3-year-old who came into the final leg of the Triple Crown with only one victory. Palace Malice, who finished 12th in the Derby and skipped the Preakness, covered the 1½ miles in a slow 2:30.70 on a fast track following a 24-hour downpour. The colt owned by Cot Camp-

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Palace Malice, ridden by jockey Mike Smith, crosses the finish line ahead of Oxbow (7) and Revolutionary (9) to win the 145th Belmont Stakes on Saturday at Belmont Park in Elmont, N.Y.

bell’s Dogwood Stable won by 3¼ lengths after passing pacesetter Oxbow. Orb made a late move but came up far short and finished third. Palace Malice, rid-

den by Mike Smith and sent off at odds of 13-1, returned $29.60, $11.20 and $6.70. The colt was one of a record five entries by Pletcher. Incognito was fourth, followed by

Revolutionary, the filly Unlimited Budget, Overanalyze, Vyjack, Golden Soul, Will Take Charge, Giant Finish, Midnight Taboo, Freedom Child and Frac Daddy.

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Marlins, Blue Jays earn marathon wins The Miami Marlins needed 20 innings to outlast the New York Mets 2-1, overlapping for much of the afternoon and early evening with the Toronto Blue Jays’ 4-3 win against the Texas Rangers in 18 innings. It was the first time two games in the majors on the same day lasted that long since Aug. 15, 2006, when the matchups of Cubs-Astros and Diamondbacks-Rockies each went 18 innings, STATS said.

Twins defeated the Washington Nationals 4-3 in 11 innings Saturday.

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CHICAGO — A.J. Burnett pitched into the ninth inning and Pedro Alvarez and Russell Martin homered to lead the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 6-2 win over the Chicago Cubs on Saturday. INTERLEAGUE TWINS NATS

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WASHINGTON — Ryan Doumit singled in the go-ahead run, Joe Mauer homered, doubled and singled, and the Minnesota

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CHICAGO — John Danks pitched three-hit ball over eight innings for his first victory in more than a year, and the Chicago White Sox won for just the second time in 12 games, beating the surging Oakland Athletics 4-1 on Saturday. 6 4

DETROIT — Prince Fielder hit a bases-clearing double in the second inning and the Detroit Tigers held on to beat the Cleveland Indians 6-4 Saturday. YANKEES MARINERS

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Jeremy Hellickson pitched six scoreless innings and six different Tampa Bay players drove in runs to lead the surging Rays to an 8-0 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday. ANGELS RED SOX

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BOSTON — Mark Trumbo and Erick Aybar each drove in two runs and the Los Angeles Angels posted their team-record sixth straight win at Fenway Park, beating Boston 9-5 on Saturday in the opener of a daynight doubleheader. FRIDAY DODGERS BRAVES

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SEATTLE — Andy Pettitte allowed three hits over 7 1-3 innings to earn his 250th career victory, leading the Yankees to a 3-1 win over the Seattle Mariners on Saturday.

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LOS ANGELES —Los Angeles Dodgers pinch-runner Skip Schumaker scored on the second wild pitch by Anthony Varvaro in the 10th inning of a 2-1 win over the Atlanta Braves on Friday. From wire reports

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Stefani shoots 66 to take lead at St. Jude MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Rookie Shawn Stefani has been through enough scrambling around the mini-tours trying to make it to the PGA Tour that a quadruple bogey wasn’t going to shake his confidence or his concentration. Even if it cost him the lead. Stefani overcame the bad hole that dropped him down Saturday and shot a 4-under 66 to take the thirdSTEFANI round lead in the St. Jude Classic. PRESSEL TAKES 2-SHOT LEAD AT LPGA

PITTSFORD, N.Y. — Overcoming rain and a muddy course, Morgan Pressel shot a 2-under 70 on Saturday to take the lead after two rounds of the LPGA Championship. At 6-under 138, Pressel had a two-shot lead over top-ranked Inbee Park and Chella Choi. Park shot 68, while Choi, the first-round leader,

SUMTER from Page B1 Watcher then walked to load the bases with no outs. The wheels came off soon after for Gibbons and Manning. Andrew Reardon drove in the first run with an RBI single and Soles followed with an RBI groundout. A hit batsman loaded the bases again, and a wild pitch and three consecutive walks drove in three more runs and ended the night for Gibbons, who wound up pitching one-third of an inning and giving up six earned runs. Russ Thompson entered the game and was greeted with an RBI single from McFaddin. He induced a 1-2-3 double play from the next batter, however,

to finally end the inning. “It’s sort of become a broken record,” Post 68 head coach Billy Sylvester said. “The last few games we’ve given up big innings and then had to fight our way back. That limits our ability to bunt and steal and hit-and-run and really takes us out of our game.” Phillip Watcher made it 7-0 in the second. He led off with a double, moved to third on Reardon’s groundout and scored on Soles’ groundout to third. The P-15’s added three more runs in the third, two of which came on an unusual play. Two Post 68 errors and a walk loaded the

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — David Frost birdied the 16th and 17th holes on Saturday en route to a 6-under 66 and a one-stroke lead over Fred Couples after the third round of The Tradition at Shoal Creek. NASCAR NATIONWIDE RACE POSTPONED UNTIL TODAY

NEWTON, Iowa— The NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Iowa Speedway was postponed Saturday night until 10 a.m. today because of rain. The race telecast has been moved from ESPN to ESPN2. TE WINSLOW TO TRY OUT WITH JETS

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Veteran tight end Kellen Winslow will get a tryout with the New York Jets on Tuesday during their minicamp. From wire reports bases with one out. Jacob Watcher chopped a grounder to third and Manning’s Zach Graham came home to get the force out. The throw bounced off Watcher’s bat in front of the plate, however, and careened off into the Post 68 dugout fence to score two runs. “It was a play where we threw it in the dirt and the bat happened to be there and it cost us two runs,” Sylvester said. “We made a couple of mistakes earlier in the inning that put baserunners on, so it’s one of those things we have to get better at.” Reardon’s sacrifice fly two batters later made it 10-0 Sumter. Reardon had two RBI on the night and McFaddin led the P-15’s

with three of Sumter’s five hits. Phillip Watcher and Reardon had the other two. McFadden, Soles, Will Smith and Javon Martin each collected an RBI. After Soles departed, Phillip Watcher pitched two scoreless frames to close out the game for Sumter, striking out two and stranding a runner on third to end the game in the seventh. Thompson went 2 2/3 inning in relief of Gibbons for Post 68. Thompson allowed four runs, one earned, on two hits with two walks. Blake Winans pitched the final four innings and allowed no runs on one hit with four strikeouts, three walks and a hit batter.


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Hoosiers, Bulldogs, Cardinals pull off upsets TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Kyle Schwarber had a go-ahead two-run single in a four-run seventh inning and Indiana went on to beat Florida State 10-9 Saturday in the first game of the Tallahassee Super Regional. Schwarber, who also had a two-run homer in the fourth, put Indiana up 7-6 with his hit in the seventh. Indiana (47-14) needed every run to survive a late Florida State rally in a 4-hour, 16-minute game that was far from a thing of beauty. Each team committed three errors and a combined 11 pitchers were used. The Hoosiers provided plenty of pop with 11 hits. Scott Donley went 2 for 5 with two runs scored and Michael Basil went 2 for 5 with an RBI single, double and a run scored. Indiana, playing in the Super Regionals for the first time, can advance to its first College World Series with a win on Sunday. If the Seminoles (47-16) win, a deciding game would be played Monday. Florida State led 6-5 going into the sixth, but Indiana scored four runs against Gage Smith (4-2) and Billy Strode. They gave up three hits

SERENA from Page B1 during the trophy ceremony. “I think it’s unbelievable. Now I have 16 Grand Slam titles. It’s difficult for me to speak because I’m so excited.” Then the national anthem played for the first American singles champion at Roland Garros since Williams’ previous title. Williams whacked 10 aces, including three in the final game, and the last came on match point at 123 mph — her hardest serve of the day. She then sank to her knees, screamed at the sky and buried her face in the clay. The victory completed her rebound from a shocking loss to 111thranked Virginie Razzano in the first round at the French Open a year ago. Since that defeat she’s 74-3, including titles at Wimbledon, the U.S. Open, the London Olympics and the season-ending WTA Championships. Both finalists swung with their typical aggressiveness from the baseline, but Williams’ superior serve and defense proved the difference. She silently ran side to side whipping groundstrokes with little apparent strain, while Sharapova often found herself lunging after the ball to stay in the point, with each shot accompanied by her familiar shriek. When Williams once summoned a grunt herself to match Sharapova’s volume and pound a winner, the crowd responded with a laugh. Sharapova completed a career Grand Slam by winning Roland Garros last year, but she’s still looking for a breakthrough against Williams, who has won their past 13 meetings since 2004.

in the inning, but the Seminoles’ defense didn’t help in committing two throwing errors. Nogowski went 2 for 3 with a two-run homer in the eighth that trimmed Indiana’s lead to 10-8. He also scored three runs and Giovanny Alfonzo went 3 for 4 with two RBIs and two runs. DJ Stewart added an RBI single in the ninth, and Florida State also had runners at second and third with just one out after Indiana’s Will Coursen-Carr tossed a wild pitch. MISSISSIPPI STATE VIRGINIA

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.— Adam Frazier went 6 for 6, Hunter Renfroe was 4 for 5 and they each drove in three runs Saturday to help Mississippi State beat Virginia 11-6 in the first game of the Charlottesville super regional. The Bulldogs (47-18) pounded Virginia pitching for 20 hits and benefited from uncharachteristic sloppiness by the Cavaliers, who made four errors that led to six unearned runs. Virginia (50-11) had 11 hits, but also hit into four rally-killing double plays.

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Indiana’s Kyle Schwarber (10) celebrates with teammates after hitting a 2-run home run in the fourth inning against national seed Florida State in Saturday’s Super Regional in Tallahassee, Fla. Indiana won the game 10-9. Mississippi State and Louisville also pulled off upsets over national seeds Virginia and Nashville, respectively. LOUISVILLE VANDERBILT

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Matt Helms delivered a two-out, two-run pinch-hit single to lead Louisville to a 5-3 victory over No. 2 overall seed Vanderbilt in a NCAA super regional opener Saturday. Helms had driven in only three runs all season. But with the bases loaded in the seventh, the senior stepped in and hit a 1-2 pitch from

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RALEIGH, N.C. — Jake Fincher’s two-out single in the bottom of the ninth inning capped a rally and lifted N.C. State to a 4-3 victory over Rice on Saturday in Game 1 of the Raleigh Super Regional. Rice (44-19) had taken a 3-2 lead in the top of the ninth, but

N.C. State (48-14) tied it when Brett Williams slid under a tag after a bunt by Logan Ratledge. Williams singled to start the inning, stole second, and went to third on an error by pitcher Zech Lemond. FRIDAY UCLA CAL STATE FULLERTON

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FULLERTON, Calif. — Eric Filia broke a 10th-inning tie with an RBI single — his fourth hit of the game — and

Pat Valaika drove in another run with a sacrifice fly in UCLA’s 5-3 victory over Cal State Fullerton on Friday night in Game 1 of the best-of-three NCAA super regional series. Pac-12 pitcher of the year David Berg (7-0) struck out Davis and Michael Lorenzen with two runners on in the bottom of the inning for the Bruins (43-17). From wire reports

USC must rally in order to reach CWS BY DARRYL SLATER Post and Courier CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — North Carolina possesses the prodigious talent required to win a national championship. That much is obvious, as the Tar Heels stand on the cusp of going to the College World Series after beating South Carolina 6-5 on Saturday in their NCAA tournament super

regional opener. Talent doesn’t always mean titles, and perhaps the most impressive thing about the Tar Heels is that they also have the resilience to weather adversity, which a jour- HOLBROOK ney to Omaha always brings. On Saturday, they turned a 4-2 deficit in the middle of the third inning

into a 5-4 lead after six. When USC tied the game at five with a run in the eighth, the Tar Heels won it in the ninth. It was just the latest in a recent string of dramatic victories for North Carolina. In the ACC tournament, the Tar Heels trailed Clemson 7-2 entering the ninth, scored five runs and won 12-7 in 14. The next day, they went 18 with North Carolina State and won 2-1. In their winner-

take-all regional final against Florida Atlantic, they slugged out a 12-11, 13-innning victory by getting two in the ninth to force extra innings and three in the 12th to again tie it. They are at their best, it seems, when backed into a corner. “They showed all year they can bounce back, and they did it again,” said USC senior LB Dantzler.

USC from Page B1 Joey Pankake added his 11th homer of the season and a single, while Grayson Greiner had two hits and two RBI. Cody Stubbs hit two doubles for UNC while Colin Moran doubled and singled and Brian Holberton added a pair of singles with two RBI. “It was an incredible baseball game, and we were very fortunate to have won,” Tar Heel coach Mike Fox said. “We had some clutch swings of the bat by a lot of guys. Our bullpen saved us today. It was a big win.” Trent Thornton, the last of five UNC pitchers, went the final three innings in improving to 10-1. Junior southpaw Kent Emanuel went just 2 1/3 innings before giving way to Munnelly, allowing three runs on seven hits with one strikeout and one walk in his start. Tyler Webb (3-3) took the loss with one inning of work. Gamecock starter Nolan Belcher went five innings and allowed five runs – three earned – on eight hits with a strikeout and a walk. “It’s my job to pitch through errors,” Belcher said. “I’m very disappointed. Five innings and five runs, that’s pretty bad.” USC led 4-2 after 2½ innings, but the Tar Heels scored one in the third and then two in the sixth – on Holberton’s one-out,

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North Carolina’s Parks Jordan scores the winning run in the ninth inning of the Tar Heels’ 6-5 victory over South Carolina in the first game of their Super Regional series in Chapel Hill, N.C., on Saturday.

two-run single – to take the lead. But the Gamecocks tied it in the eighth on Vergason’s double before leaving the bases loaded. “We had some good at-bats early off of a very, very good (starting) pitcher, but they showed the depth of their bull-

pen throughout the game,” Greiner said. “We weren’t really able to get anything going like we were off Emanuel toward the end of the game.” Attendance was 4,355 but could have been a lot higher. Scalpers were selling tickets for as high as $150 apiece.

NCAA SUPER REGIONALS The Associated Press Best-of-3 x-if necessary At Boshamer Stadium Chapel Hill, N.C. Friday South Carolina vs. North Carolina, ppd., rain Saturday North Carolina 6, South Carolina 5 Today South Carolina (42-20) South Carolina vs. North Carolina (56-9), 1 p.m. Monday x-South Carolina vs. North Carolina, TBA At Doak Field Raleigh, N.C. Friday Rice vs. N.C. State, ppd., rain

Saturday N.C. State 4, Rice 3 Today Rice (44-19) vs. N.C. State (48-14), 4 p.m. Monday Rice vs. N.C. State, TBA At Alex Box Stadium Baton Rouge, La. Friday LSU 2, Oklahoma 0 Saturday Oklahoma (43-20) vs. LSU (56-9), 7 p.m. Today x-Oklahoma vs. LSU, 7 p.m. At Goodwin Field Fullerton, Calif. Friday UCLA 5, Cal State-Fullerton 3, 10 innings

Saturday UCLA (43-17) vs. Cal State-Fullerton (51-9), late Today x-UCLA vs. Cal State-Fullerton, 10 p.m. At Dick Howser Stadium Tallahassee, Fla. Saturday Indiana 10, Florida State 9 Today Indiana (47-14) vs. Florida State (47-16), 1 p.m. Monday x-Indiana vs. Florida State, 1 p.m. At Davenport Field Charlottesville, Va. Saturday Mississippi State 11, Virginia 6 Today Mississippi State (47-18) vs. Virginia (47-11), 7 p.m.

Monday x-Mississippi State vs. Virginia, 4 p.m. At Hawkins Field Nashville, Tenn. Saturday Louisville 5, Vanderbilt 3 Today Louisville (50-12) vs. Vanderbilt (54-11), 4 p.m. Monday x-Louisville vs. Vanderbilt, 7 p.m. At Goss Stadium Corvallis, Ore. Saturday Kansas State (44-17) vs. Oregon State (48-10), 7 p.m. Today Kansas State vs. Oregon State, 10 p.m. Monday x-Kansas State vs. Oregon State, 7 p.m.


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Stewart hopes to build off victory BY DAN GELSTON The Associated Press LONG POND, Pa. — Tony Stewart ducked through a tarp-covered tent in the garage and was off to the No. 14. “Make it two in a row, Tony!” a fan yelled as Stewart hustled through the Pocono Raceway garage. With a second practice session on tap, Stewart had little time Saturday to dissect why his car is suddenly one of the ones to beat. But it sure is. Stewart is coming off his first STEWART win of the season at Dover and his second straight top-10 finish, results that have thrust the three-time Cup champion into the No. 1 wild-card spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship. For an added boost, Stewart was one of the few drivers who participated last month in an open Pocono test in the Gen-6 race car. With practice and qualifying washed out Friday, Stewart and crew chief Steve Addington have additional resources on hand to help master the 2½-mile triangle track. And there are more reasons to think Stewart can keep the push going at Pocono. His last win here in 2009 was his first as a car owner at Stewart-Haas Racing, and he finished fifth and third at the two Pocono races last season.

PARTY IN THE POCONOS 400 The Associated Press After Friday qualifying; race Sunday At Pocono Raceway Long Pond, Pa. Lap length: 2.5 miles (Car number in parentheses) 1. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, owner points. 2. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, owner points. 3. (15) Clint Bowyer, Toyota, owner points. 4. (20) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, owner points. 5. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, owner points. 6. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, owner points. 7. (5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, owner points. 8. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, owner points. 9. (27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, owner points. 10. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, owner points. 11. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, owner points. 12. (43) Aric Almirola, Ford, owner points. 13. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, owner points. 14. (55) Mark Martin, Toyota, owner points. 15. (56) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, owner points. 16. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, owner points. 17. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, owner points. 18. (51) A J Allmendinger, Chevrolet, owner points. 19. (14) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, owner points. 20. (78) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, owner points. 21. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, owner points. 22. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, owner points. 23. (39) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, owner points. 24. (31) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, owner points. 25. (42) Juan Pablo Montoya, Chevrolet, owner points. 26. (9) Marcos Ambrose, Ford, owner points. 27. (13) Casey Mears, Ford, owner points. 28. (34) David Ragan, Ford, owner points. 29. (47) Bobby Labonte, Toyota, owner points. 30. (10) Danica Patrick, Chevrolet, owner points. 31. (38) David Gilliland, Ford, owner points. 32. (7) Dave Blaney, Chevrolet, owner points. 33. (30) David Stremme, Toyota, owner points. 34. (83) David Reutimann, Toyota, owner points. 35. (36) J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, owner points. 36. (35) Josh Wise, Ford, owner points. 37. (33) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, attempts. 38. (32) Timmy Hill, Ford, attempts. 39. (93) Travis Kvapil, Toyota, attempts. 40. (87) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, attempts. 41. (98) Michael McDowell, Ford, attempts. 42. (19) Jason Leffler, Toyota, attempts. 43. (44) Scott Riggs, Ford, attempts.

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Rafael Nadal returns a shot against top-seeded Novak Djokovic in his 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 6-7(3), 9-7 victory in the French Open semifinals on Friday in Paris. Nadal will face David Ferrer in an all-Spanish final today.

Nadal vying for 8th French Open title BY HOWARD FENDRICH The Associated Press PARIS — His words catching in his throat, Toni Nadal called it “really a miracle” that his nephew is back in the French Open final. Seriously? Miraculous? More like expected, given that Rafael Nadal is 58-1 for his career at Roland Garros, a seven-time champion who will become the only man with eight titles at one FERRER Grand Slam tournament if he beats David Ferrer in Sunday’s all-Spanish final. Here is what Uncle Toni, who has coached Rafa since age 4, meant: They harbored doubts about whether a return to the top was possible after Nadal was sidelined for about seven months with a left knee injury. There were times, the younger Nadal said, when “it was impossible to think that I would be here.” After outlasting top-seeded Novak Djokovic 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 6-7 (3), 9-7 in a taut and terrific semifinal that stretched across

more than 4½ hours, the thirdseeded Nadal referred to his time away, saying, “When these kind of matches happen, you suffer, but I really enjoy these moments, no? I really enjoy suffering, because what’s harder is when I am in Mallorca last year and I had to watch these kind of matches on the TV.” As Nadal began accumulating Grand Slam titles, the biggest question was how long his body would be able to withstand his always-on-the-move playing style. Citing bad knees, he decided not to defend his Wimbledon championship in 2009, just weeks after losing to Robin Soderling in the fourth round of the French Open (that remains Nadal’s only defeat at his favorite tournament). Nadal’s left knee was what held him out of action from last June, when he lost in the second round at Wimbledon, until this February. He missed the London Olympics, the U.S. Open and the Australian Open. Since returning to the tour, Nadal is 42-2 with six titles, reaching the finals of all nine tournaments he’s entered. He’s on a 21-match winning streak. Nadal, who pulled out of next

week’s grass-court tuneup at Halle, Germany, citing the need for rest ahead of Wimbledon, wears a thick wrap of white tape below his troublesome left knee for each match. “There are weeks when I feel better, weeks when I feel a bit worse,” Nadal said. “Sometimes you’re more positive; sometimes you’re more negative.” Nothing makes him happier on a tennis court than winning at Roland Garros. And no one has done that more frequently than Nadal. His victory over Djokovic in an epic filled with lengthy exchanges and moments of real drama was Nadal’s 58th in a French Open match, equaling the tournament record shared by Guillermo Vilas (who had 17 losses) and Roger Federer (14 losses). Nadal’s seven French Open titles — in 2005-08 and 2010-12 — already are the most in history, and his eighth final appearance sets another mark. The only other men in the last 80 years to win seven trophies at any Grand Slam tournament are Federer and Pete Sampras, who both achieved that total at Wimbledon.

AREA SCOREBOARD BASEBALL POST 15 CAMP

The Sumter Post 15 Baseball Camp will be held June 24-27 at Riley Park. The camp is open to children ages 7-14 and it will run each day from 9 a.m. to noon. The camp will be conducted by Sumter P-15’s coaches and players. Registration will be held on Monday, June 24, beginning at 7:45 a.m. The camp fee is $60 per camper and all campers will receive a t-shirt. For more information, call head coach Curtis Johnson at (803) 464-3972 or e-mail him at cujo0130@gmail.com Information can also be found online at www.p-15.net DIAMOND PRO CAMP

The Diamond Pro Instructional Baseball Camp will hold two sessions at Patriot Park SportsPlex in June. The camp will be conducted by Sumter High School assistant coaches Frankie Ward and Joe Norris, Laurence Manning Academy head coach Barry Hatfield, SHS junior varsity head coach Robbie Mooneyham and SHS JV assistant David Horton. The first session will be held

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Monday through Thursday and the second session will run from June 17-20. The camp is open to children ages 7-14 and will run from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. each day. The camp fee is $60 for one session or $100 for two. All campers will receive at t-shirt. For more information, call Ward at (803) 720-4081 or Norris at (803) 934-6670. BASKETBALL SUMTER CHRISTIAN CLINIC

The second of four sessions of the Sumter Christian Basketball Clinc will run from Monday through Friday at the SCS gymnasium. The other clinics, which will be ran by Bobby Baker, Tom Cope and Jim Davis, are scheduled for June 24-28 and July 15-19. This week’s session are for students in grades 3-6. The second session is for grades 6-9 and the third is for grades 9-12. The clinic will run from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. each day. The cost of each 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.

CANNONIER from Page B1 easy to jam receivers at the line of scrimmage. “In high school I was able to bump people off the line,” said Cannonier, a cornerback his senior year at TSA. NCAA Division III play has been a steep step up. “It was unbelievable,” he said. “Playing in my freshman class was like playing at an all-star level. The competition level was amazing.” Cannonier said he has been told he

BATTLE ON THE HILL

The Battle On The Hill 2013 basketball tournament will be held July 5-7 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 per team if signing up by June 27. There will be an additional $25 for those who sign up after that. The last day to sign up is July 2. 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. GOLF KIWANIS CLUB TOURNAMENT

The Kiwanis Club of Sumter First Annual Golf Tournament will be held on Friday, June 21, at Carolina Lakes Golf Course located at Shaw Air Force Base. The tournament will begin at 1 p.m. with a shotgun start. The entry fee is $50 per player or $200 per team. Tee sponsorships are available for $100. Money raised from the

will play on punt and kickoff teams this season. He is preparing for the role of gunner, who sprints downfield to try to tackle the return man. “I’m definitely the guy that goes straight for the ball,” he said. “They really want me to be ready for that.” MEN’S GOLF

Sumter High School graduate Dalton Ward shot a 143 in the U.S. Open Sectional qualifier Monday at Hawks Ridge Golf Club in Ball Ground, Ga. He was not one of the three to qualify. Send updates about area athletes to Barbara Boxleitner at BKLE3@aol. com.

event will go to the charities supported by the Sumter Kiwanis Club. For more information, call Bill Hoge at (803) 795-9299 or (803) 895-8543 or e-mail him at bhoge@sc.rr.com. SUMTER HIGH TOURNAMENT

The first-ever 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) 4645682 or e-mail him at drew. marlowe@yahoo.com. ARCHERY CHARITY ARCHERY 3D SHOOT

The Swamp Fox Archers Charity Archery 3D Shoot will be held on June 15 at the Swamp Fox Archers Outdoor Range on Fremont Road in Summerton. All proceeds will go to the non-profit charity Crossroads Wounded Warrior Archery Foundation. Registration will begin at 8 a.m. on the day of the event. Cost is $15 for adults while children under the age of 17 shoot for free. For more information, con-

tact Kimberly H. Daught at (803) 478-6511 or e-mail her at kim@cwwaf.com. FOOTBALL OFFICIALS CLASSES

The South Carolina High School League Football Officials Association and the Santee Wateree Football Officials Association are offering training classes for new officials for the 2013 season. Classes will be held at the Sumter County Recreation Department every Monday beginning at 6:30 p.m. For more information, contact Granderson James at (803) 968-2391 or grandersj@aol. com or Richard Geddings at (803) 468-8858. SHS YOUTH CAMP

The Sumter High School Youth Football Camp will be held Monday through Wednesday at the SHS practice fields. The camp is open to children ages 8-15 at a cost of $45 per camper. Each session will run from 9 a.m. until noon. For more information, call SHS head coach Reggie Kennedy at (803) 351-0789 or email him at John.Kennedy@ sumterschools.net.

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LeBron on criticism: ‘I’ve done more and lost’ BY TIM REYNOLDS The Associated Press MIAMI — With six simple words, LeBron James explained the philosophy behind the way he now plays the game. “I’ve done more and lost before.” Such was the response to a question presented to him Saturday — one day before he and the Miami Heat take on the San Antonio Spurs and try to even the NBA Finals at a game apiece — about the perception that he needs to be more aggressive at times. It was almost as though he was waiting for such a query, because he had his answer at the ready. In short, James has put up awesome numbers in past playoffs but never got the awesome result he sought for nearly a decade until last season, when he and the Heat won a title. “When I was in Cleveland we played Orlando in the Eastern Conference finals and I think I averaged 38, 36, or whatever I averaged,” James said, referring to the 2009 series where he averaged 38.5

SAN ANTONIO 1, MIAMI 0 Thursday, June 6: San Antonio 92, Miami 88 Today: San Antonio at Miami, 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 11: Miami at San Antonio 9 p.m. Thursday, June 13: Miami at San Antonio, 9 p.m. Sunday, June 16: Miami at San Antonio, 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 18: San Antonio at Miami, 9 p.m. Thursday, June 20: San Antonio at Miami, 9 p.m.

points, 8.3 rebounds and 8 assists. “I guess I should have done more in that series as well. But I can’t. ... I do what’s best for the team. What’s best for the team, it doesn’t always result in a win.” Case in point: Orlando won that series in six games. Case in point again: James had a triple-double, one of the longtime gold standards in defining an outstanding allaround basketball game, in Game 1 of these finals against the Spurs — an 18-point, 18-rebound, 10-assist effort. But it came in a loss in which he took only 16 shots, so the second-guessing was predictable and prevalent. And on Saturday,

James’ style of play got defended — not just by those on his side, but also by the guy leading the other side. “He’s a grown man,” Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said. “He doesn’t need any of you to tell him anything. He knows more than all of you put together. He understands the game. If he makes a pass and you all think he should have shot it, or he shoots it and you think he should have made a pass, your opinions mean nothing to him, as they should not mean anything to him.” James will be judged by history when he leaves the game. But for now, he’s often judged against his own history.

Heat looking to snap out of 4th-quarter offensive funk BY TIM REYNOLDS The Associated Press MIAMI — Finishing games is becoming a concern for the Miami Heat. They led the NBA this season in fourth-quarter field-goal percentage, and probably could have posted even bigger numbers if so many of their games hadn’t already been decided before the final 12 minutes of play. But in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, the Heat managed only 16 points against the San Antonio Spurs, and lost by four. It was the seventh straight game where the Heat failed to score 25 in the fourth quarter, after doing so in eight of their first 10 playoff games. And while some of the credit goes to the level of defense Indiana and San Antonio played in those seven games, but it’s still a point of Miami emphasis heading into Game 2 of the finals on Sunday night. “The competition is better,” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said Saturday. “If you’re playing against the best defenses, every single night, that’s what’s going to happen. But we need to do a better job of getting organized, making sure the ball gets to where it needs to go, and then the trust factor, and being able to do it efficiently without making mistakes.” And if Dwyane Wade fights out of his fourthquarter funk, the Heat numbers down the stretch might look a whole lot different. Wade is averaging 2.3 points in the fourth quarters of this season’s playoff games. In 16 appearances during this postseason, he’s scored two points or less in the fourth

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San Antonio’s Matt Bonner (15) shoots against Miami ‘s Joel Anthony (50) during Thursday’s Game 1 of the NBA Finals in Miami.

quarter 11 times — with two points, total, in the final 12 minutes of his last three games. “I don’t think I was as aggressive in the second half as I was in the first half last game, especially in the fourth,” Wade said. “Just be more aggressive. Take the opportunities that I have. But also go get a few myself.” Wade has been dealing with a sore right knee for about three months, and his numbers would suggest that as a game goes along, the knee gets worse and therefore limits his productivity. He isn’t buying into that thinking. “I’ve been in this state for almost three months now,” Wade said. “I’ve adjusted to playing with it. You just got to do what you have to do.” Miami shot just over 48 percent in the fourth quarter of regular-season games. In its last seven

games, that clip has dropped to 40 percent. More than a few players — LeBron James included — said fighting fatigue, particularly after the seven-game grind that was needed to beat Indiana in the Eastern Conference finals, was part of the reason why the Heat shot just 5 for 18 in the fourth quarter of Game 1 against the Spurs.

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ABOVE: Miami’s LeBron James (6) backs down San Antonio’s Danny Green (4) during Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday in Miami. LEFT: Miami’s Udonis Haslem (40) makes contact with San Antonio ‘s Manu Ginobili (20). The Heat find themselves down in the series heading into today’s second game in Miami.

FINALS from Page B1 ability to enjoy the ride. With exorbitant expectations, all that matters is the destination. But San Antonio, absent from this stage for six years, is soaking up what could be its last shot for Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili. After all, Duncan is pretty ancient — at least, according to those wise-cracking Spurs. “Older than dirt,” coach Gregg Popovich called him this week. Parker listed him at age 50 — Duncan is actually 37 — and the repeated ribbing appears almost out of character for a franchise that was often considered the definition of basketball blandness. “My friends and everybody on the team, we get like the funny Instagram doctored-up photos or jokes where they’re making fun of how old some of the people on our team are who shall remain nameless,” reserve Matt Bonner said. “And we get a kick out of that.” Despite the notion they’re old, the Spurs are actually overall the younger, less-experienced team in these finals. Miami has nine players in their 30s to the six on the Spurs, and their Big Three and Bonner are the only Spurs to have

played in the NBA Finals. That makes it easier for the Spurs to enjoy this trip more than when they were the team expected to be here every year. “We definitely are having fun,” Parker said. “I think we appreciate every moment. We don’t take anything for granted, because it’s been a long time. It’s been six years. Felt like forever. After the Memphis series, there was a lot of emotion.” Heat veteran Shane Battier wasn’t exactly sold on the notion of this Spurs transformation into a happy-go-lucky group. “Don’t believe them, first of all,” he said. “They are extreme competitors and they have a level of self-deprecation I think that is part of them, but don’t buy it for one second. Those guys are killers. They’re cut-throat and they will stomp on you if need be, and we’re the same way. “We appreciate the opportunity to play in the finals. Difficult to get here. Hardest thing you’ll do in this game is to try and win a championship, so we appreciate the opportunity and we want to make the most of it,” he said. But he agreed with Wade that the playoffs aren’t fun.

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A long wait to get back to a short Merion course BY DOUG FERGUSON The Associated Press Few other American courses have the kind of history found at Merion. Two plaques commemorate signature moments 20 years apart. One is on the 11th hole, where Bobby Jones completed his “impregnable quadrilateral’’ more commonly known as the Grand Slam _ when he won the 1930 U.S. Amateur to sweep the majors of his era. The other is in the 18th fairway, where Ben Hogan famously hit 1-iron into the final hole to set up a playoff that he won in 1950 to complete his comeback from a near-fatal car accident. The flag sticks don’t have flags. They have red wicker baskets, the symbol of Merion, though its origins remain a mystery. Equally mysterious to Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and the rest of the stars at the 113th U.S. Open is Merion itself. The course in the Philadelphia suburbs has held a record 18 USGA championships dating to 1904, a testament to its stature.

But when David Graham left town in 1981 with the U.S. Open trophy, the prevailing thought was that Merion was history when it came to hosting golf’s toughest test. The U.S. Open had become too big. Merion was considered too small. It measures 6,996 yards, the first major championship in nine years on a course under 7,000 yards. More troublesome was that Merion is situated on 111 acres, leaving little room for corporate hospitality, TV compounds, family dining, merchandise tents and all the other bells and whistles that have turned golf into an entertainment mecca. Too small? Turns out it was too good to ignore any longer. “When we closed up in 1981, it’s not as if the course didn’t play well, but we really thought this was the last time _ at least at a national open championship _ you would ever see Merion played on TV,’’ USGA executive director Mike Davis said. “And really, it had nothing

Open for the first time in 32 years. It might seem like a gamble to take the modern power game to a course that has five par 4s under 400 yards. Davis said there might be more birdies than at any U.S. Open. And if conditions are soft, scoring records could be shattered. But if there is a question about Merion, it’s not why the USGA is going back. It’s what took it so long to return. “I thought they had skipped over Merion, and I didn’t know why, because I thought Merion was a great course,’’ said Jack Nicklaus, who lost a playoff there to Lee Trevino in 1971. “I don’t think it’s all about what you shoot. It’s about who’s the best player on that golf course. And I think Merion is a wonderful golf course.’’ If there was an experiment, it was the U.S. Amateur in 2005. The USGA was convinced Merion was still a stout test when the average score in qualifying was 75.16. Golf is not always about distance. Merion has always been about precision. It

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Lee Trevino tosses his hat after defeating Jack Nicklaus in an 18-hole extra-round playoff to win the 1971 U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa. Now, the venerable course once thought to be too short and small to stage the USGA’s marquee event is hosting the U.S. Open for the first time since 1981.

to do with the golf course in terms of a test of golf. But it had everything to do with, `How do you fit a modern day U.S. Open on this 111 acres?’’’ Davis and his staff found a way by capping ticket sales to about 25,000 a day, well below the average of 40,000 daily tickets at most other ven-

ues. Some of the corporate hospitality will be at neighboring Haverford College, used as a parking lot in 1981. The most remarkable feat was getting a dozen or so homes along the perimeter of the course to give up their yards for more tents. It paved the way for Merion to host a U.S.

was like that for Olin Dutra when he rallied from eight shots behind on the 36-hole final day in 1934. It was like that for Hogan, Trevino and Graham, who missed only one green when he shot 67 in the final round. “You’ve got to make pars on the tough holes, and you’ve got to make birdies on the easy holes,’’ Phil Mickelson said. “And you have that chance now.’’ This is a U.S. Open no one wants to miss, much like when it goes to Pebble Beach, Winged Foot, Oakmont or Pinehurst No. 2. “It’s obviously historic,’’ said 2006 U.S. Open champion Geoff Ogilvy. “It’s buried in a really nice neighborhood in Philadelphia. It has the basket pins. It’s one of the courses all the architecture aficionados talk about. It’s nice when you play an Open where they take you to a place you want to play.’’ Ultimately, the U.S. Open is about identifying the best player—and that appears to be Woods.

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BUSINESS THE ITEM

SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 2013 To contact The Item Newsroom, call (803) 774-1226 or e-mail business@theitem.com

SIMPLY SHABBY CHIC offers variety of unique items

BY JADE ANDERSON janderson@theitem.com

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hopping for the person who has everything recently got easier in Sumter. Simply Shabby Chic opened at 540 Bultman Drive in late December. “I thought it would be a great idea to open a vendor shop in Sumter,” said Jeanie McConnell, co-owner. “We have a lot of talent here.” Tammy Gerow provides three lines of items for the business — Emmett’s Edibles, Loda luminaries and Arrogantly Shabby Designs. “She’s our vendor extraordinaire,” said Cissy Snyder, co-owner. Emmett’s Edibles are homemade, gourmet puppy cookies that come in three different flavors — Pumpkin Puppy Popper, Peanut Butter Puppy Love and Emmet’s Favorites. They are named for the lab Gerow and her husband, Kyle, got from the Lowcountry Lab Rescue in Charleston. Though starving and underweight, Emmett would not eat name-brand dog treats. So she did some research and started making puppy cookies for Emmett. Soon, friends were asking her to make them for their dogs.

“Each cookie is made with love, and Emmett approved,” Gerow said. “Emmett has the distinguished titles of CDOChief Dog Officer and CTTChief Taste Tester, which he takes very seriously.” She and her husband also create furniture for the Arrogantly Shabby Designs line, and she makes Loda luminaries from Loda wine bottles. While McConnell loves Gerow’s luminaries, her favorite items at the store right now are the battery-operated Luminara Flameless Candles. “We cannot keep them,” McConnell said. “They are our highest order. You don’t have to worry about fire, and they give off a light linen scent.” Gerow’s favorite items are the baby items such as sock monkey caps and fleece jackets, she said, even though she does not have young children. “We had a lady come in this past weekend who was going to a baby shower,” Snyder said. “She said, ‘There will be lots of gifts, and I don’t want mine to be like anybody else’s.’ She ended up getting a handcrafted blanket.” Her favorite items are repurposed furniture like she and Gerow make. But not all the shop’s items are created locally. Simply Shabby Chic offers Italian Wild Olive pottery, Napa Home and Garden items and designer jewelry from Tibet and Paris. “We like to travel,” McConnell said. “We search out new products and stay abreast of new trends.” The shop has themed items for beach and lake cottages as well as Clemson and Carolina. It also offers vintage and boutique items, garden pieces and other artwork, handmade pens, home décor and specialty breads and jellies. “We have wedding gifts, baby items, gifts for men, women and teenagers,” Snyder said. “We’re the gift shop with gifts for all.” Customer orders and gift wrapping are also options in some cases. While business has been good, McConnell and Snyder said they would welcome more vendors. They currently have 20 and would like to have 45. “We are always open to new vendors and new ideas,” McConnell said. “It depends on what they have and if we think we can move it for them.” Vendors’ fees apply in some circumstances and other items are sold on a commission basis, she said. For more information, visit theitem. com/marketplace and search Simply Shabby Chic. Reach Jade Anderson at (803) 7741250.

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Jeanie McConnell takes a moment to enjoy the garden room at Simply Shabby Chic. She and Cissy Snyder are co-owners of the vendor shop located on Bultman Drive.

Tammy Gerow checks on one of the Loda luminaries she makes. It’s sold along with her gourmet dog treats, Emmett’s Edibles, and furniture she and her husband create for Arrogantly Shabby Designs.

Jewelry and pottery are displayed at the store. Some of the vendor shop’s items come from as far away as Tibet, Italy and Paris. BELOW: A repurposed table is used as a staging area for other items. Among other things, the vendor shop offers tables, benches and wine racks.

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TRACTOR SUPPLY CO. ANNOUNCES SCHOLARSHIPS

Tractor Supply Co. and the National FFA Foundation recently announced the results of their new Growing Scholars program. Tractor Supply customers across the country donated $362,324, resulting in 284 scholarships awarded to FFA members in their pursuit of a college degree. Five of the 284 scholarships were awarded to South Carolina residents. Rebecka Gibbons of Sumter was among those recipients. The Growing Scholars program was supported nationally by each of the more than 1,175 Tractor Supply stores Feb. 15-24 as part of National FFA Week. Tractor Supply customers supported local FFA chapters and their members by purchasing an FFA emblem for $1 at store registers during the checkout process. Ninety percent of funds raised are being utilized to fund scholarships for FFA members, with the remaining 10 percent benefitting state FFA organizations. To be eligible for a scholarship, students must have been current FFA members and either a high school senior or a freshman, sophomore or junior college student seeking a two- or four-year degree or other specialized training program. Major areas of study were also considered when determining scholarship recipients. For the final report of funds raised and a list of the scholarship recipients, visit www. TractorSupply.com/ FFA. LAND & MORTGAGE OF S.C. AWARDS SCHOLARSHIP

RIGHT: Cissy Snyder, co-owner, shows off a Clemson scarf offered at the vendor shop. She repurposes furniture for the store.

ABOVE: Handmade baby booties are a few of the items offered for youngsters. Though she doesn’t make them, they are some of Tammy Gerow’s items.

Land & Mortgage of South Carolina, Inc., d/b/a Palmetto Woods of Sumter, funded the first Palmetto Woods Community Encouragement Scholarship Fund for Business. The $500 scholarship is awarded to a student with a minimum GPA of 3.0. The student must have taken the Personal Finance Class and be enrolled in college as a business major. The recipient of this reward was Renesha Shannon, who has already been accepted to both Benedict College and South Carolina State University. Palmetto Woods is proud to announce this as the first of many scholarships to be given at Lakewood High School, and looks forward to helping Sumter students continue toward higher education.


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‘MAKE THINGS HAPPEN’

New arts director immersed in planning BY IVY MOORE ivym@theitem.com

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ntermittent applause and cheers from the Patriot Hall stage punctuated the conversation Tuesday morning as Carmela Bryan, the new executive director of the Sumter County Cultural Commission, talked about making plans for arts programming in the community. It’s a sound she hopes to hear more and more often.

The Lemira Elementary School graduation ceremony, the reason for the appreciative sounds from the auditorium, was just one of many held there this spring. Bryan wants to hear enthusiastic audiences celebrating all kinds of presentations over the coming years. Before the end of April, however, her responsibility for building an audience for the arts was much more limited. Bryan has always been interested in the arts, but her involvement has been as a volunteer participant and an audience member. Now, as its executive director, she’ll be guiding the county’s primary supporter, organizer and presenter of visual and performing arts for the community. It’s quite a change from her former position. A psychologist, Bryan worked for 26 years as a counselor/therapist for the Sumter County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse. “I loved that job,” she said, “but I’ve been involved in the arts here for most of the time I’ve lived here in one way or another, and I’m enjoying doing all day long what I used to do only after work and on weekends.” The Naples, Italy native arrived in Sumter in 1987. Twelve years later, she read an announcement for auditions at the Sumter Little Theatre and decided to try out. “I’d seen some shows, but had never thought of acting,” she said. “The show was ‘What I Did Last Summer,’ and I got the lead role. So I guess my head got a little big, and I never left.” She laughed. Since then she’s volunteered for the Sumter Little Theatre in all areas, from stage managing

to box office to directing. Bryan said she learned “everything from Eric (Bultman) and Katie (Damron),” executive director and executive director emerita of SLT. In addition to SLT, Bryan said, “I had been involved with Patriot Hall and with all the different Accessibilities (longtime, annual installation art and performance exhibitions) and with the Sumter Little Theatre and occasionally with” the Sumter County Gallery of Art. “It was always fun when we’d have a show at the theater and the gallery would have an opening,” she said. “It was always fun to go see what was happening at the gallery before we went to do the play. It’s a really nice feeling when you’re rehearsing in the theater and you can hear the band or the Sumter Civic Chorale practicing in the band room. You feel like you’re really in the middle of it, this is really cool, things are happening all around, you’ve got a bunch of artists. It makes you feel you’re outside of the normal world.” While she found her former career “very rewarding,” she said, “it was time for a change. My passion is for arts and culture, so when this chance become available, I decided it was time for a change of career, to do something actually that I was doing anyway.” The two jobs might seem quite dissimilar, but Bryan finds they have a common goal. “It’s a big change now,” she said, “but it’s still contributing to the community, just in a different way.” Recognizing the Sumter County Cultural Center’s importance to the community, Bryan noted

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Lemira Elementary School principal Delcia HarperBaxter stops to chat with Carmela Bryan, executive director of the Sumter County Cultural Commission, following Lemira’s graduation ceremony at Patriot Hall. Bryan said the auditorium has been the site of several commencement programs this spring.

that “It’s no secret that anybody who moves to a new town looks for certain different things — they look at schools, shopping, businesses, art and culture. “The cultural center is a big jewel for a town, especially the size of Sumter and deserves to be showcased even more than it has been so far. Right now all I’m thinking about it is how can we make everything here at the cultural center more visible?” Major goals she has set, Bryan said, include “getting the community more informed about what goes on over here (and) getting more of the community involved.” She’s aware of the many artists and performers around town, including Shaw Air Force Base, where she thinks there are many visual and performing artists looking for a venue like the Sumter County Cultural Center. In fact, she plans to devote the center’s two Patriot Hall galleries to works by Shaw artists during a revival of the commission’s former fall festival of the arts. “This will be a lot of work to do it then,” she said, “but again, I’m hopeful of getting a lot of SEE DIRECTOR, PAGE C6

Gamecocks end losing streak; local demonstrations rise

yesteryear in Sumter

75 YEARS AGO – 1938 Coroner R. Willie Evans, 38, of Nov. 3-9 Kingstree and husband of the Sumter High’s football team late Gladys Weeks Evans of snapped a nine-year losing Pinewood, was killed early on streak against Orangeburg as the morning of Monday, Nov. the Gamecocks pounded the 7 on the Andrews-Georgetown ‘Burghers 19-0 led by Captain highway near Kingstree when Johnnie Sweatte who his car and a truck scored twice while collided. Evans, also a from the halfback Bobby Baudruggist and bus line archives of The Item ticket agent in Kingman added the final TD, all in the third stree, was returning to quarter. Orangeburg Kingstree from threatened in the first Georgetown after quarter, driving all the driving a traveler way to the Gamecock there who had missed half-yard line before a his bus around midtremendous goal night. Unconfirmed Item Editor stand on fourth down HUBERT OSTEEN reports said two men, thwarted for good the who were occupants Edisto City eleven’s of the truck, were comeback attempt late in the taken into custody by police fourth quarter as Sumter dom- officers. Evans was reported to inated the game for the rehave died instantly in the collimainder of the evening, acsion. The truck occupants cording to Item sports writer weren’t injured. Evans is surJ.E. McKnight’s account. vived by a son, John William, Kingstree coroner dies in 12. He was also the brother-incrash – Williamsburg County law of Mrs. H.D. Osteen and

Mrs.T.R. Littlejohn of Sumter, who attended the funeral services. Two men ordered held in drowning death – Two young men, Reames and Hubert Morris of the New Zion section of Clarendon County, have been ordered held for further investigation by a coroner’s jury in connection with the Sept. 23 drowning of Albert Baker, brother-in-law of Hubert Morris, in Second Mill. The two men were believed to have drowned Baker after his car plunged into the lake in order to collect a double indemnity insurance policy on Baker. They are expected to be tried in general sessions court next week. Freak show attraction on display – Described as “one of the oddest freaks ever to be exhibited in Sumter,” Medusa Van Allen, “half lady and half infant” was on display at 16 W. Liberty St. She was said to be

30 years old “but has the body of a baby and the mind of an adult who can read, write, draw and talk as well as any adult, and for years has managed her own business, making a success of it.” From the “In and Around the Town” column – “F.E. Ellis, superintendent of the city water works, has completed a deep well to supply drinking water for the force of hands working on the First Mill municipal park. At the 70foot level, after drilling through a rock stratum, an abundant artesian flow of clear water was struck. The water rises to a height of about six feet above the surface of the ground. This well will supply drinking fountains in the park after its completion. “Few bicycles are equipped with lights for night service, as required by city ordinance, nor are horse drawn vehicles provided with lights. The lack of

lights increases the hazards of night traffic on the highways. “Among the visitors to Sumter yesterday was Troy R. Browder, convicted arsonist, who was granted a parole by Gov. Olin D. Johnston. Browder was a fugitive from justice when he was granted the parole. No explanation of the action of the pardons board and Gov. Johnston for granting of the parole has ever been received by local authorities. Browder was driving a new car which bore Michigan license plates. It was not learned whether he intended again taking up residence in Sumter. “Several lumbermen operating in sections tributary to the Sumter lumber market, have been forced to shutdown of their saw mills by the wages and hours law and the condition of general lumber SEE YESTERYEAR, PAGE C6


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Krouse-Wescott Kelly Teresa Krouse and Phillip Andrew Wescott, both of Sumter, were united in marriage at 4 p.m. Saturday, June 8, 2013, at Grace Baptist Church in Sumter. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Joseph Krouse, and the granddaughter of Mrs. Margaret Garnett Kelly and the late Joe Scott Kelly and the late retired Lt. Col. and Mrs. William Ambrose Krouse, all of Sumter. She graduated from Sumter High School in 2009 and University of South Carolina Upstate in 2012 cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree in early childhood education. She is employed as a kindergarten teacher at MRS. PHILLIP WESCOTT St. Anne’s Catholic School. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyle “Buddy” Wescott III, and the grandson of Dr. and Mrs. William Clyde McManus and the late Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyle Wescott Jr., all of Sumter. He graduated from Sumter High School in 2009. He is employed by Goodwin Honda of Sumter. The Rev. Steve Shumake officiated at the ceremony. Music was provided by Chuck Wilson, organist; and Leslie Perkins, uncle of the bride, and Ms. Pam Cox, soloists. Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a white lace cap-sleeve, trumpetstyle gown with a keyhole back featuring a beaded sash and bow and a chapel-length train. She carried a bouquet

of white roses, white hydrangeas, and green coffee beans wrapped in satin ribbon and accented with pearl pins and a silver broach from her paternal grandmother. She also wore a handstrung pearl necklace given to her by her parents. Jennifer Leighanne Nelson and Jennifer Carol Jones served as maids of honor. Bridesmaids were Kayla Marie Anderson, Kathryn Brooke McCloud, Stephanie Erin Griffin and Ashley Ardis Ferguson. Junior bridesmaid was Grace Triplett Towery. Kelsey Gail Martin served as flower girl. The bridegroom’s father served as best man. Groomsmen were Herman Lyle Wescott IV and William Charles Wescott, brothers of the bridegroom, Paul Joseph Krouse Jr., brother of the bride, Rudolph “Cody” Williams and James Tanner Curry. Junior groomsman was Tyler Glenn Callen. Ushers were Richard Wayne Davis, Taylor Gamble Geddings and Emmanuel “Mani” Robert Bruce Foster. Also participating were Michael Brendan Towery, Andrew Leslie Griffin and Brandon Douglas Griffin. The reception was given by the bride’s parents at the Heath Pavilion at Swan Lake-Iris Gardens. The rehearsal dinner was given by the bridegroom’s parents poolside at their home. Following a wedding trip to the Bahamas, the couple will reside in Sumter.

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Johnson-Stanton Harold and Linda Johnson of Dalzell announce the engagement of their daughter, Lindsey Marie Johnson of Dalzell, to Andrew Thomas Stanton of Vienna, Va., son of Robert and Linda Stanton of Vienna. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Cecil and Stella Johnson of Pinewood and Mrs. Dorothy Edwards and the late Charles Edwards of Dalzell. She graduated from Clemson University in May 2012 with a bachelor of science in nursing. She is employed as a registered nurse with Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C. The bridegroom-elect is the grandson of Mrs. Inez Stanton and the late Thomas Stanton of Annandale, Va., STANTON, MISS JOHNSON and Mrs. Mary Joan Fadden and the late Frank Fadden of Ashburn, Va. He graduated from Clemson University in May 2012 with a bachelor of science in engineering. He is employed as an engineer with Hensel-Phelps in Washington, D.C. The wedding is planned for May 17, 2014, at Belmont Country Club in Ashburn.

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.

EDUCATION Sumter School District GRADUATION CEREMONIES HELD

Crestwood and Lakewood high schools’ graduations were held Friday at Sumter County Civic Center. The Sumter High School graduation was held Saturday at Memorial Stadium. The Crestwood Distinguished Honor Graduates were Valedictorian Jasmin Reshae Moses and Salutatorian Claire Margaret O’Loughlin. Lakewood’s Distinguished Honor Graduates were Valedictorian William Kolby Geddings and Salutatorian Randi Joy Sims. Sumter High School’s Valedictorian was Mary Anne Mulholland, and salutatorian was Eileen O’Dell Mahoney. Each of these top students made commencement addresses, offering words of encouragement and inspiration to their classmates. Other Crestwood Honor Graduates were Corrine Estelle Aldridge, Ashley Jordan Becker, Thomas Monroe Cauthen, Alaina Faith Coker, Andrew Michael Colboth, Tyrek Jamaal Commander, Isabella Marie Coppernoll, Bruce Thomas Dawson, Anthony Paul DeDeo, Savanna Chelsey Dinkins, Chloe Elizabeth Foote, Darlene Montrice Fulton, Kristian Paije Gainey, Eboni Chante’ Hinton, Brandon Jerrod Johnson, Sharon Ann Jones, Mickayla DeMaris Ketter, Nicholas Andrew Kremer, Brianna May McKinney, Jessica Briana Miller, Kendall Darnell Miller, Carrington RaShon Murray, James Michael Pugh, Kyrie Marie Quarrella, Ashley Nicole Rutledge, Elizabeth Sanchez, Ayana Zari Smith, Richard Carson Smith, Richard Shawn Smith, Megan Elizabeth Walker, Mauri Alexandra West and Tatyana Symone’ White. Additional Lakewood Honor Graduates were Jayson Vincent Alexander, Katherine Louisa Bennett, Marisa Danielle Boyd, Jarvis Raheem Brailsford, Latonya Deneice Canty, Racquel EvannaDenesa Collier, Danielle Vonneya Conyers, Miranda Louise Eron, Breanna Lekia Fullard, Brandi Nicole Hallman, Taylor Makenzie Hamilton, Kayla Marie Helms, Keonna Demyra Johnson, Dalvin Deandre’ Parks, Lauren Nichole Player, Lawrence Franklin Preast IV, Rashyra Monae Smiling, Dallas Lane Witt and Justin Tyler Zuidema. In addition to the Sumter High School valedictorian and salutatorian, honor graduates were Kaitlyn Elizabeth Aycock, Natasha Renee Baldwin, Leigh Anne Barber, Jessica Anne Beal, Dalton Bradford Bickford, Allie Lynn Boan, Peyton McKenzie Browder, Echo Phoenix Buffalo, Dylan Storm Cano, Stephen

| Tyler Davis, Anthony John Demarte, Jayne Mayes Dingle, Savannah Grace Dubose, Molly Catherine Duggan, Jeremy Neil Edwards, Lance Mellette Foxworth, Cameron Scott Gaddy, Gabrielle Alexandria Gadson, Zachary Taylor Geddings, Shelby Hanna Greene, Bryce Gordon Gulledge, Rhett Anthony Hanenkratt, Charity Grace Harvin, Tamera Joyce Hawes, Amber Ivana Ciara Hayden, Lori Lynne Hurst, Javonte’ Keimo Isaac, Benjamin Wade Jackson, Bryson William Johnson, Sarah Elizabeth Keith, Kristen Kenyetta Laws, Abigail Lynn Lesesne, Eden McKenzee Lewis, Ian Michael Lovice, Tyler Jack Magee, Kyle Edward Mavity, Taylor Renee McLendon, Staci Marie Medley, Kevin Landon Osteen, Sydney Logan Owens, Nhantrung Tong Phan, Steven Jeffrey Phillips, Che-Ron Monique Portee, Nykia Tora’e Ramsey, Keiara Reames, Morgan Maliya Richardson, Rachel Grace Richardson, Taylor Elaine Robinson, Selina Lizzette Rosales, Genesis Rivera Simon, Taylor Monroe Solberg, John Dayton Sorrells, Julia Margaret Sorrells, Bryant Devin Sowell, Seth Harling Stoudenmier, Lawrence Dale Turner, Christian Blake Ward, Christopher Joseph Weaver, Michael Daniel White, Robbi Charlene Winfield, Savannah Leigh Wolfe and Ashley Michelle Young. Junior Marshals assisted with the ceremony. Marshals are chosen from among the top academic performers in the current 11th grade. From Crestwood, Chief Junior Marshal was Krystanna May Acevedo. Honor Marshals were Navarra Lynn Benton, Essence Unique Buckman, Rebecca Lynn Burroughs, Alyson Elizabeth Clyburn, Morgan Elizabeth Floyd, Erin Paige Keith, James Christopher Keys, Kayla Shea Rdesinski, Stephen Martin Reaves, Jonathan Danny Smalley, Shaun Hunter Waddell and Briana Jeniece Williams. Other Marshals from Crestwood were M’Kayla Renee Alston, Jaycel Ann Mae Gregorio Cardenas, Joseph Edward Currier, Jesse Donald Davis, Kayla Michelle Davis, Kia Renee Fulton, Kaitlynn Ashleigh Kearnes, Sarena Nicole Lucas, Victor Sanchez Pacheco, J’Neice TaraMarie Payne, Ashley Marie Tolbert and Micah D’Andre Vaughn. Lakewood High School’s Honor Junior Marshals were Chief Marshal Taylor Page Fletcher, Baylee Brianne McLeod and Shavaisha Carlette Holland. Junior Marshals were Jody Lee Brandel, Geanine Tori Brunson, Justin Everitt Cardone, Kaitlyn McKenzie Carraway, Angel Noel Christmas, Taylor Kathleen

Cox, Kim Reed Davis, Rhyle Jordan Duran, Gianni Jackson, Aleah Rashaunda James, Andrew Jesse Kluesner, Breanna Jo McIntosh, Taylor Matthew Mitchum, Daja Maree’ Murray, Timeekqua Fa’Leece Nelson, Keyonti Olivia Pleasant, Faith Jennel Rogers, Summer Marie Tidwell, Jose Jonathan Turcios and Marquis Shaquar Washington. Sumter High School’s Lead Marshal was Kayla Shantel Levy. Junior Marshals were Gregory Adam Albert, Tatiana Estelle Argabright, Chelsea Mina Berry, Patrick Kelly Brown, Noah Mackenzie Bruening, Elizabeth Danielle Brunson, Michelle Momoko Casey, Ashleigh Watson Collins, Emily Faith Cook, Thomas Zackery Cook, Margaret Olivia Dene, Kaitlyn Allison Diaz, Samuel Thomas Dubose, Jared Austin Dukes, Kaitlin Nicole Florence, Emma Magnolia Frank, Nicholas Eriq Fry, Lamontreal Lamaine Giles, Jr., Vanessa Paige Graves, Emani Tajiana Green, Paige Kennedy Huffman, Michael Finley Humphreys, Lena Marie Hurt, Van Hugh Jackson III, Ronald Wilson Kelley, Mary Katherine Killen, Deanna Michele King, Kaitlin Dean Knight, David Laws III, George Dalton Marlowe, Wiebke Mirjam Mason, Joshua Daniel McCall, Shawn Michael McCarter, Jessica Laney McNeill, Heather Dawn Merritt, Suzanna Tess Mickey, Laquisha Carissa Mills, Megan Elizabeth Moore. Drake Tyler Morte, Miranda Renee Myers, Abbey Megan Olenick, McCathern Marie Painter, Sydne Rae Posey, Jillian Noel Ramsey, Alyssa Marie Riggs, Kennedy Lauren Rogers, Christian David Sanchez, Carolyn Breauna Sanders, John Joseph Shaddrick, Sarah Caroline Smith, Megan Erika Stover, Sarah Elaine Strickland, Hannah Elisabeth Voisin, Cameron McKenzie Watson, Celena Christine Williams, Clayton Gray Williams, Brianna Nicole Witherspoon and Kirsten Abigail Wood. The combined senior classes of Crestwood, Lakewood and Sumter high schools earned more than $25 million in scholarships for their post-secondary educations. END-OF-THE-YEAR INFORMATION

Thursday was the last day of student attendance for the 2012-13 school year, and Friday was a teacher workday. This is the final installment of education news for the year; the articles will resume when school starts. Sumter School District radio announcements on local Miller Communication radio stations will also be on hiatus until school begins. Complete back-to-school informa-

tion will be posted on the district website. Visit http://sumterschools.net for district information, links to all the schools, calendars and additional news items. Beginning this week, summer hours will be in effect in Sumter School District. The district offices and schools will be open extended hours Monday through Thursday and closed on Friday. All operations will be closed July 3-5. Regular Monday through Friday operation will resume on Aug. 12. Students return for the 2013-14 school year on Aug. 19. — Mary B. Sheridan

Thomas Sumter Academy PRESIDENT’S AWARD WINNERS NAMED

Receiving the President’s Award for Educational Excellence, which is an award to recognize the academic success of students who receive a 90 or above in the every subject area, were given to: fourth-graders Clara Burnett, Caleb Burns, Chase Cato, Rachel Gandhi, Gabriel Harris, Preston Houser, Camryn Hutto, Olivia Joyner, Ethan Lisenby, Logan Long and Lizzie Silvester; and fifth-graders Jada Allred, Peyton Arrants, Mercedes Byrd, Graham Campbell, Ava Claus, Cameron Dixon, Josh Fugate, Caleb Galloway, Gianna Madonaldo, Joseph Mazurek, Madeline Ross and Josh Sawyer. DUKE TIP SCHOLARS

Students who were enrolled in the fourth or fifth grades during the 2012-13 school year and who scored at the 95th percentile or above on achievement or who had an IQ above 125 were recognized as a Duke Tip Scholar. Fourthgraders receiving recognition were Caleb Burns, Clara Burnette, Preston Houser, Camryn Hutto, Olivia Joyner, Ethan Lisenby, Logan Long, Adrianna Martin, Lizzie Silvester, Jacqueline Taylor and Mckenzie Willard. Fifth-graders recognized were Peyton Arrants, Mercedes Byrd, Graham Campbell, Ava Claus, Josh Fugate, Caleb Galloway, Autumn Gebler, Christopher Hepler, Blake Jayroe, Garrett Kildron, Asia King, Gianna Maldonado, Joseph Mazurek, Madeline Ross and Josh Sawyer. FITNESS AWARDS

Receiving recognition for meeting the National Fitness requirements in phycial education were Ian Harris and Aria Smith, first grade; Makayla Canino, Alex SEE TSA, PAGE C5


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Shonda English took this photo of her mother’s century plant just as the stalk was emerging.

English’s century plant resembled a huge asparagus stalk Andy Frazier took this photo while his century plant was before it reached its full height of around 30 feet. blooming. While the plants can live for decades, once they finish blooming, they die, leaving baby plants to carry on.

‘Century plants’ blooming around the area BY IVY MOORE ivym@theitem.com Apparently, it’s time for the Sumter area’s century plants to bloom. On Tuesday, Shonda English brought in photos of a strange plant growing in her mother’s yard, hoping someone here could identify it. The base of the huge plant resembled an aloe or a yucca, and there was a 30-foot stalk growing straight up from its center. English had photos of the plant in three different stages, from the beginning of the stalk’s emergence to its full height, when it produced blooms. The following day, Andy Frazier, already knowledgeable about the strange plant, wrote that he also had a cen-

tury plant in full bloom in the Ashwood area. “It is an unusual occurrence,� he wrote, describing the plant as “a member of the Aloe family of cactus. It is very large. It blooms only once to propagate itself and then dies. It can live for many decades before it does this.� Neither English nor Frazier is sure how old their plants are. Frazier said his was already on his property when he bought it, adding that “ ... a local man who was born here says it has been here for a very long time and was planted by his mother who was one of the original people to settle here in Ashwood back in 1935.�

Interestingly, Frazier said, “I understand that when one plant determines that it is the right time to bloom, all of the plants in the same area also bloom.� Botanist John Nelson, curator of the University of South Carolina Herbarium in Columbia, added more information.: “’Century plant’� is Agave americana. This species is one of the most spectacular and ‘charismatic’ members of the agave family. There are probably something like 200 different species of agaves, and they occur naturally in North and South America — the warmer parts. Of course, many agave species are grown around the world, either

outside or in greenhouses, but they are all native to the Americas. “Many agaves have proven useful for humans, especially as a source of food and fiber. Tequila comes from a species of agave (not the one here). “Century plant is essentially ‘monocarpic,’ which means that the plant lives most of its life as a rosette of basal leaves and then blooms. The flowering stalk arises from the middle of the plant, technically the top of the stem. The flowers are perfect, meaning that there are both pollen and ovuleproducing parts in the each flower. “After the flowers are done, the ovary will produce a capsule (a ‘seed

‘Cabaret’ auditions Monday night Sumter Little Theatre will hold auditions for the musical “Cabaret� at 7 p.m. Monday. Needed for the roles are seven men and seven women who can play ages 18 through 35. Two older men and a woman who can play ages 50 to 75 are also needed. All parts in the musical require singing and dancing. Those auditioning can bring

sheet music of their choice; however, the theater can provide some. All vocal ranges are invited to try out. In addition to the stage roles, musicians are needed for the orchestra. An announcement will be made for a separate audition for musicians soon. “Cabaret� will be presented in August to open the 2013-14 sea-

son. It will be directed by Michael Duffy. For more information contact Sumter Little Theatre, 14 Mood Avenue in the Sumter County Cultural Center, call (803) 7752150, or contact Duffy at (803) 883-6326. Also call if you would like to audtion but cannot attend on Monday.

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pod’) containing many seeds. When flowering is finished, the ‘mother’ plant usually declines and dies, but will probably have produced some baby plants which will carry on. “These plants don’t take 100 years to bloom. That’s sort of a myth.� English said her mother’s plant has many “babies� growing around it. They plan to dig some up to replant and to give away. “We’ve given some away a few years ago when little ones started growing, and they have been growing like crazy,� she said. Once English found out more about the century plant, including the fact that it’s going to die soon, she looked for

more information on the Internet. “I Googled images of the century plant,� she said, “and when I came across the photos of what they look like when they die, I got a little teary-eyed. It’s so sad. Scary looking too.� Readers who have questions about plant identification can contact John Nelson, curator of the A.C. Moore Herbarium at the University of South Carolina, in the Department of Biological Sciences, Columbia SC 29208. As a public service, the Herbarium offers free plant identifications. For more information, visit www.herbarium.org, call (803) 777-8196, or email nelson@sc.edu.

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’66 Morris College Hornets team was nationally ranked

Rossie Kearson demonstrates the shooting form that enabled him to become the all-time scoring leader at Morris College.

During the early part of the 1966 college basketball season, the Morris College team led the nation in field goal percentage and scoring. On the team was a young athlete, Rossie Kearson, who attracted national attention for his scoring average and his overall athleticism. The hoopsters brought state and national attention to Sumter, Coach Andrew Pollard and the Morris College athletic program. Today’s article is based on interviews published in 1966 from Item archives, the Library Services of Morris College and personal interviews with Kearson and Coach Horace Anderson.

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probably our best player,” he said. “I don’t know if he could make it in the NBA or not; he’s only 6-3, which is pretty short for the big leagues.” Kearson graduated from Central High School in Newark in 1962. He averaged 16.2 points a game and was selected to the Newark All-City Basketball First Team. He was recruited to play at Morris College, where he received his bachelor of arts degree in elementary education in 1966. While at Morris, Kearson elevated his play to another level, being selected to the South-

kids a place to go and play.” The 1966 team completed the season with a record of 24 wins and 5 losses, including a second place finish in the SEAC Tournament. The Hornets lost to Albany State by one point in the finals, primarily because of the opposition’s much taller lineup. Kearson was named the tournament MVP and averaged 26 points per game. Kearson completed his senior season with an impressive 29.5 scoring average, which attracted the attention of a number of scouts. However, following his college caPHOTOS COURTESY OF MORRIS COLLEGE ARCHIVES

ABOVE: Morris College Coach Andrew Pollard is flanked by two of his 1966 basketball players, co-captains Ronald Jones, left, and Rossie Kearson.

reflections

ight gam games into the ’66 se season, Morris C College undefe remained undefeated and led the nation in field goal accuracy with an astounding 83 percen percent average. In addition to tthis statistic, the team aver averaged 92 fou line percent from the foul and was scoring an average gam of 127 points per game. Coach Pollard att attributed suc their remarkable success to Press ” “Running and Pressing, and “due to the lack of height, the team had to rely on its speed to offse offset that disadvantage.” In ad addition to th the “run and gun” style of play Polplay, lard pointo that ed out t the team Sammy ope opened WAY each game with “a full court p press.” He also noted that “we usually got behind at the first of the game, bu but when the opponent’s big boys start tiring we’re ju just getan it’s ting warmed up and run, run, run. There aren’t too many teams tha that can run with us.” The tallest membe member of the se squad was 6-3, with several starters measuring less than 6 feet. The starting five at that com point in the season comprised fro NewKearson, a 6-3 senior from ark, N.J., the team’s leadin leading scorer with a 29.4 average; Ron Ronald leadin scorer Jones at 5-8, second leading C with a 20.0 point average; Clyde Blackshear, a 6-3 senior recr recruited m from Somerville, N.J., who managed a 13.7 scoring average; James Sindab from Centenary, S.C S.C., scoran Mack ing 12.2 points per game; and f Mitchell, a 6-3 sophomore from 1 Panama City, Fla., scoring 11.2 leadin the points a contest while leading team in rebounds. Pollard thought that Kear Kearson had the best opportunity to play on the next level. “It’s no doubt he’s

LEFT: Coley White and Manning Moore are seen in this picture from the Morris College yearbook.

eastern Athletic Conference First Team each of his four years. He was featured in a book, written by Ronald Smothers and titled “Salt Mine,” which detailed his numerous basketball achievements. He was also accorded small college All-America Honorable Mention. Kearson attributed a large portion of his basketball success to the after-school youth development program offered by his school and the New Jersey Educational System. He noted that he “did not see any such programs in operation in the South, thus the kids from up north often had a distinct advantage over local athletes.” He also remembers that he had a period during his senior year which he could devote to honing his skills in basketball. Kearson said, “On Saturday the gyms remained open, which gave

reer, Kearson accepted a job in Wadley, Ga., as an elementary school teacher. In 1968 he returned to Newark to work in public schools, where he taught for 31 years at Franklin Elementary School before retiring in 1999. He currently works as a director in the city’s day care program. Kearson was inducted into the Morris College Athletic Hall of Fame in 1999 as the school’s alltime leading scorer. On Oct. 25, 2012, he was honored by the Newark community with induction into the City’s Hall of Fame. The Morris College basketball team of 1966 achieved a special place in Sumter’s sports history. These former athletes have had successful professional lives, and several have become outstanding coaches. The late Coach Pollard and the members of the ’66 team were successful in bringing state and national attention to our community and achieved a level of athletic performance few have exceeded. Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at (803) 774-1294 or waysammy@yahoo.com.

PHOTO COURTESY OF COACH HORACE ANDERSON

The Morris College basketball team comprised, on front row from left, Horace Anderson, Henry Lee, co-captain Rossie Kearson, co-captain Ronald Jones and Charles Watson; and second row, also from left, Manning Moore, Mack Mitchell, James Sindab, Coley White, McMillian Gerald and Fred Morris. Not pictured are Clyde Blackshear, Terry Mitchell, William McIntry and Tuggel Bowens.

Mack MItchell goes up for two points.

James Sindab sets for a jump shot.

J.T. scores one of many fast-break points.


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Clarendon School District 1 SUMMERTON EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER

Goins, Lillian Lindler, Emily Porter, Savannah Price, Landyn Stevens and Tal Wilkes, second grade; Sammy Kessinger and Ellie Nygren, third grade; Gabriel Harris, Adrianna Martin, Lizzie Silvester and Mckenzie Willard, fourth grade; and Ava Claus and Josh Fugate, fifth grade. Presidential Fitness requirements were met by second-graders Annie Kessinger, Kassandra Martin and Bryson and third-graders Landon DeLavan and Logan Scruggs. ACCELERATED READER AWARDS

Lower school librarian, Lucile Watts, recognized the students in each grade who had the highest and second highest Accelerated Reader points. Acknowledgment went to first-graders Mary Harper (highest) with Ella Bell (second highest); second-graders Annie Kessinger (highest) and Ethan Gaines (second highest); third-graders Sammy Kessinger (highest) and Lucy Wiemer (second highest); fourth-graders Liam Bailey (highest) and Ethan Lisenby (second highest); and fifthgraders Caleb Galloway (highest) and Graham Campbell (second highest). Also recognized were students who have read at least 100 AR books and taken at least 100 AR tests during the school year. They were Ella Bell, first grade; Makayla Canino, Ethan Gaines, Lauren Feeney, Annie Kessinger and Lillian Lindler, second grade; Brandon Burns, Landon DeLavan, Libby Gore, Sammy Kessinger and Hayden Lyons, third grade; and Rachel Gandhi, fourth grade. FOURTH QUARTER HONOR ROLL

The following Upper School students made the headmaster’s honor roll by making all As during the fourth quarter: Class of 2013 — Shane Bishop, Amanda Brown, Taylor Byars, Joe Cahill, Tallon Graham, Hunter Grant, Hunter Harwell, Ryan Mitchum, Joseph Prewitt and John Luke Schumacher; Class of 2014 — Mary Margaret Green, Julia Law, Drake McCormick and Priya Patel; Class of 2015 — Emily DeMonte and Morgan Houde; Class of 2016 — Tiffany Daniels, Myles Davis, Christian Gulledge, Ainsley Hutto, Anne-Marie Kildron and Lizzie Lowe; Class of 2018 — Lindley Hodge, Payton Houser, Marley McCormick, Connor Mouzon and Josie Reed; and Class of 2019 —Tyler Bryson, Olivia Diller, Aaron Fryar, Asher Park, Marina Sawyer and Owen Stimets Upper School students making the faculty honor roll (all As and B’) during fourth quarter were: Class of 2014 — Cameron Barnhill, Jamie Brooks, Emily Burress, Katelyn Delbocca, Kennedy Font, Fletcher Green, Forrest Jones, Randi McAda and Mari-Douglas Nevels; Class of 2014 — Kim Boswell, Michal Hoge, Meg McFarland, Chelsea Pastore, Caitlin Steele and Ann Willetts; Class of 2015 — Daniel Branham, Tanner Brunson, Kayla Chappell, Julie Coffey, Jacob Crotts, Kelsie Decker, Katherine Helms, Sara Jackson, Hannah Jenkins, Patrick Kuzbary, Sarah Miles, Kaitlyn Pollock, Courtney Simpson, Elizabeth Teague, Carson Turner, Christopher White and Noah White; Class of 2016 — Audri Bostick, Morgan Conte, Emma Gaulke, Megan Hanson, Mychelle Harris, Adrian Hill, Becca Jenkins, Kylie Kistler, Paula Patel, Luke Reed, Mary Kathryn Ross, Grace Scott, Brenda Shelton, Samantha Studer and Sarah Witt; Class of 2017 — Matthew Beymer, Ross Campbell, Mason Crowson, Will Crowson, Hannah Denithorne, Caroline Dollard, Makayla Font, Ben Janssen, Javon Johnson, Eric Lisenby, Kylee McClure, Tabitha Scruggs and Kelsey Williamson; Class of 2018 — Hunter Arrants, David Crotts, Cameron Davis, Jonathan Dillon, Jana Marie Faircloth, Zachary Fugate, Eli Kessinger, Allie Lindler, Caetlyn Martin, Anna Mock, Deep Patel, Carmen Silvester, Mason Studer and Ellie White; and Class of 2019 — Sydney Baity, Justin Brown, Cassidy Brunson, Joshua Burns, Kenzie MacQueen and Chris Rembert. — Jennifer Cain

Lee County School District WLES STUDENTS PERFORM PLAY

West Lee Elementary’s kindergarten and first-grade students put on an outstanding performance of “A Day in the Country” on May 14. In the play, a group of children decide to take a trip to the countryside to visit Old McDonald. Together, everyone enjoys a funfilled day on the farm that includes meeting all the animals, helping with a few chores, a country hoe down, a baseball game and meeting John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt, Aunt Josie Lou and This Old Man. — Lori Link

Summerton Early Childhood Center’s first- and second-grade honor roll recipients for the fourth nine weeks were recognized on May 31. Parents, family members and community members joined the audience to encourage students to continue studying and reading during the summer in order to begin the next grade in high gear. Students who remained on the honor roll all year were presented a trophy for their diligence in addition to certificates already received. Following the Awards Day Program, students engaged in fun games and activities on the playground that included a cookout for the remainder of the day. ST. PAUL ELEMENTARY

In conjunction with the South Carolina State Department of Education’s Summer Reading Project 2013, students in the third through sixth grades at St. Paul Elementary are receiving a selection of at least nine books for summer reading. This project is designed to keep students’ reading skills sharp and prevent reading loss during the summer. Students will be asked to keep track of their reading experiences by using a reading log and a summer reading calendar which will be returned at the beginning of the 2013-14 school year. Even though the 2012-13 school year is coming to a close, fifth-graders at SPES are still eager to learn. The fifthgrade teachers are using the last few weeks of school to prepare the students for the new Common Core Standards and sixth grade. Fifth-graders have spent the last few weeks learning about factorization, orders of operations, exponents and other sixth-grade math standards. Fifth-graders have utilized the school’s Wireless Lab to conduct research and write research papers. The students are anticipating the arrival of the 2013-14 school year, to show their new teachers all that they have done to make sure sixth grade year is a huge success. SCOTT’S BRANCH MIDDLE / HIGH

On May 30, Scott’s Branch High School JROTC held its annual awards ceremony. This ceremony honors and recognizes cadets for their achievements. The program has a large percentage of high school students that are outstanding and terrific citizens. These awards are presented because of their hard work, dedication and commitment to better themselves and their community. Each year, Scott’s Branch High School JROTC Eagle Battalion recognizes the best cadets in its program for their achievements in leadership, academics, patriotism and community service. The following cadets were presented: U.S. Army Recruiting Award, Lt. Col. India McBride; Cadet Officer of the Year, Maj. Alante’ Thompson; Military Order of the World Wars, Sgt. Maj. Brittany Nelson; Military Officers Association of America, 1st Lt. Keosha Thompson; National Sojourner Award, 1st. Lt. Javonte’ Thompson; Scottish Rites, Alonte’ Thompson; Sons of American Revolution, Maj. Conesha Myers; Academic Merit Award, Jessica Owens; Veteran of Foreign Wars, Cpl. Briana Brunson and Cpl. Kiely Alston; H.L Hunley Award, Staff Sgt. Treshawn Jones; Most Improved Cadet, Pvt. Christopher Briggs and Pvt. Jonah Cobia; Best First Year Cadet, Cpl. Briana Brunson and Pvt. 2 Alonza Bennett; Color Guard Award, 1st Lt. Keosha Thompson, 2nd Lt. Heaven Armstrong, Maj. Briana House, 1st Lt. Javonte’ Thompson, Maj. Alonte’ Thompson, 1st. Lt. Tiffany Oliver, 1st Lt. Tianna James and Cpl. Tyasia Mulky; Flag Detail, Cpl. Joshua Jones and Cpl. Kiely Alston; Sabre Team, Cpl. Tyasia Mulky, Pvt. Kareema Scarborough, 1st Sgt. Trent Lincoln and 1st Lt. Keosha Thompson; Cadet Challenge, 1st Sgt. Trent Lincoln, Staff Sgt. Treshawn Jones, Pvt. Brian Tindal and Natrone Davis; Good Conduct Award, 1st Lt. Conesha Myers, Pvt. Alonza Bennett, Pvt. 2 Jaleesa Bowman, Maj. Alonte’ Thompson, 1st Lt. Javonte’ Thompson, 1st Lt. Shanai Green and Pfc. Shanika Young; Academic Achievement Award, Pvt. 2 Jaleesa Bowman, Pvt. Alonza Bennett, Cpl. Briana Brunson, Pvt. Desmond Brown and 1st Sgt. Trent Lincoln; Academic Excellence Award, Pvt. Damacia Ragin, 1st Lt. Shanai Green, Lt. Col. India Mc’Bride and 1st Lt. Brianna Dingle. JROTC Instructors 1st Sgt. Timothy Miller and Sgt. 1st Class Nakina Vaughn would like to congratulate all of the cadets for their hard work and dedication. — Beverly Spry

Morris College CRAWFORD HONORED

Dr. Deborah Ruby Crawford moved up the ranks as an educator at Morris College during the academic year of

2012 -13. The Morris College Board of Trustees promoted Crawford from associate professor of biological sciences to professor of biological sciences. Crawford joined the Division of General Studies in 2003 to teach biological sciences. Furthermore, she also received a 10-year service award from Morris College. Crawford received a bachelor of science degree in biology from Voorhees College and a doctorate in biology from Atlanta University, with research in the area of biochemistry. She continued her biomedical research at Meharry Medical College, then at Case Western Reserve University, School of Medicine. Crawford published her research findings from both institutions in the European Journal of Cell Biology, Life Science Advances – Molecular Biology, FASEB, Journal of Nutrition and The Journal of Biological Chemistry. While as an administrator, at CWRU School of Medicine, serving as the education coordinator for Academic Programs, she published a review article on Tumor Markers in the Medical Clinics of North America. At Morris, Crawford has served as a Historically Black Colleges and Universities Student Undergraduate Research Mentor. Crawford has membership in the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Association of University Women, the National Association of Biology Teachers, the Covington Who’s Who in America, Top Ladies of Distinction Inc. and in Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. Before joining the Morris College family, she taught biology one year at Voorhees College. 6 WOMEN HONORED

Morris College recently recognized the achievements of six women at its 102nd commencement. Honored were Dr. Dorothy Campbell, Moorestown, N.J.; Burley D. Armstrong, Mullins; Elouise Johnson, Bishopville; Deidre C. Odom, Darlington; Beatrice Peoples, Florence; and Magnolia Robinson Williams, Sumter. • Campbell, a native of Hartsville, was bestowed the honorary Doctor of Letters degree. A retired high school educator of more than 30 years, she earned a bachelor’s degree from Benedict College and a master of education degree from Arcadia University, formerly Beaver College, in Glenside, Pa. Campbell is a highly sought after lecturer and leader in Christian education. She has received numerous awards for her work in the areas of mathematics and science as well as Christian education, including a citation from the State of New Jersey General Assembly. Armstrong, Johnson, Odom, Peoples and Williams were honored with the Morris College 2013 Presidential Citation. • Alumna Armstrong was recognized for her “wise counsel as a retired educator who has dedicated and engaged her life to serving others.” She has made vast contributions to the Woman’s Baptist Pee Dee District Department, the Woman’s Baptist Educational and Missionary Convention of South Carolina, Camp Julia A. Starks/Dunbar Gandy and served as coordinator of World Day of Prayer. • Johnson, a credentialed, retired public school teacher of 38 years, was recognized for “poise, precision and resourcefulness that has gone beyond her teaching years to touch the lives of so many.” She is the immediate past president of the Woman’s Missionary Auxiliary of the Wateree Baptist Association, Lower Division and serves in several ministries. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the college. • Odom was recognized for her service to young women in her role as adviser to the State Baptist Young Woman’s Auxiliary and as assistant program director of its Health Ministry. She has served in numerous capacities at Macedonia Baptist Church in Darlington as well as president of the Pee Dee District YWA, the State Baptist YWA and a member of the Morris College Board of Trustees. Odom earned a bachelor’s degree from Francis Marion University, Florence. • Peoples is a retired English and business instructor and banker. She was recognized for her outstanding service as a high school educator and for her support of the college in her capacity as president of the Woman’s Baptist Pee Dee District Department and treasurer of the Woman’s Baptist Educational and Missionary Convention of South Carolina. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Bennett College in Greensboro, N.C., and a master’s in education degree from South Carolina State University in Orangeburg. • Alumna Williams, a licensed funeral director and president and CEO of Williams Funeral Home Inc. of Sum-

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ter, was recognized for “immeasurable contributions and outstanding service through various ministries and organizations designed to empower and help improve the quality of life for others.” She has touched lives through her work on the Mary McLeod Bethune component of the National Council of Negro Women, the Interdenominational Ministers’ Wives Alliance and the Rafting Creek Baptist Church of Rembert. She established the Rev. Frank Williams Sr. Endowed Scholarship at the college in honor of her late husband. The City of Sumter honored her by proclaiming April 17, 2011, as “Magnolia Robinson Williams Day.” — Vicky Sutton-Jackson

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Associate of arts — Tamika Danielle Abrams, Carol Jean Anderson, Deonna Monique Anthony, Damien Casiano Becton, John Robert Black Jr., Christopher Andrew Blanding, Willis Reginald Bolden, Dustin Thomas Branham, Donna Ann Brown, Kaydrin Nicole Butler, Jeannie Carol Davis, Cynthia Kay DeDeo, Nicole Ann Dewitt, Ashley Ardis Ferguson, Shelley Elizabeth Ferris, Christopher Laird Floyd, Megan Danielle Geddings, Teagan Tretis Jarell Green, Delores Grigsby, Jennifer Hinnant, Keneithra Judac Houston, Bradley James Johnson, Marquis Deon Johnson, Taylor Curtis Lee, George Ryan Matta, William Marlin Kenneth Morris, Allison Rebecca Nance, Chantal Miata Nickens, Matthew Alexander Peden, Jennifer Marie Ridgill, Rosa Lee Rogers, Jenna Irene Roland, David Bryan Stowe II, Desiree Chantal Glover Stuckey, Whitney Elise Sumpter, Sabrina Lynn Ann Tackett, Sloane Powell Welsh, Kandace Elizabeth White, Brandi Kenyatta Williams, Kathryn Danielle Plowden Windham; and Associate of science — Christopher Allan Antwine, Allen James Bacvinskas, Donna Ann Brown, Rachel Susan Byrd, Anthony Michael Cossentino, Roderick Lane Cross II, Joshua Danny Griffin, Trevor Allen Herring, Mary Rachel Hudson, Scotty Martin Reese, Rosa Lee Rogers, Victoria Shana Singletary, Sabrina Lynn Ann Tackett, Richard Bosilli Martel Vaughn, Nicholas William Way and Jordan Brittany Wiseman; and. Bachelor of science in business administration (USC Aiken) — Heather Ashley Boseman, Emmanuel Danzel Boyd, Britney Lyn Brinton, Tanisha Archie Brunson, Kristy Page Chaplin, Lester Paul Craver, Jessica Leigh Hansen, Natalie Gulledge Johnston, Ashley Michelle Price, Amanda Elizabeth Prince, Karen Michelle Ridgill, Penny Louise Twitty; and Bachelor of science in education (USC Upstate) — Kayla Marie Anderson Ashley Ardis Ferguson, Jackielyn Gomez, Brittany Marie Morgan, Chantal Miata Nickens; and Bachelor of arts (USC ColumbiaPalmetto Programs) — John William Aldrich, Sara Jaine Chisholm, Sabrina Michelle DeLille, Christopher Laird Floyd, Kristen Elizabeth Hartley Carl McLendon Spigner, Rhonda Lashawn Washington, Brandi Kenyatta Williams — Misty Hatfield

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Outgoing Wofford College President Benjamin B. Dunlap gave his final official address at the college at the 159th Commencement Exercises on May 19. Area students receiving degrees were: • Dalzell — Jessica Kristen Gardner, daughter of Tammy Gardner, received a bachelor of science degree in biology • Manning — Kenneth Hunter Holladay, son of Kenneth and Gloria Holladay, received a bachelor of arts degree in environmental studies • Sumter — Alexander Guy Hubbard, son of Ms. Loris Rabon, received a bachelor of arts degree in English, minor in philosophy, program in gender studies, magna cum laude; Hugh Johnson McMillan, son of Marvin and Kelley McMillan, received a bachelor of arts degree in government, minor in environmental studies; Gilbert Edward Parker III, son of Gilbery and Stacy Parker, received a bachelor of arts degree in English; Katherine Lewis Smith, daughter of Robert and Katherine Smith, received a bachelor of science degree in finance, minor in business, magna cum laude • Alcolu — Kellee Morgan Witherspoon, daughter of Brenda Witherspoon, received bachelor of arts degrees in government and Spanish.


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DIRECTOR from Page C1 the community and a lot of local artists involved, from musicians to actors and directors and dancers and visual artists, to have an event that goes over two or three days and involves the whole center.” Some of the events to be held during the festival include short plays at the Sumter Little Theatre, bands, visual art exhibitions and more. “All this will run concurrently – four plays at the theater over the weekend, inside musicians playing in Patriot Hall, bands outside, a show at the gallery,” Bryan said. “It will be a fundraiser for the cultural commission.” She encourages anyone interested in participating or sponsoring events to call her. “I’m hoping that with time, the community will know more and more about Patriot Hall and will get more and more involved by supporting, helping, volunteering, fund-

ing and just really help us take care of this place,” she said. Also in the works for the center, Bryan said, is “a body art exhibit that involves all forms of body art, from tattooing to working with henna, face painting, body painting. At the same time, we also want to have a workshop on the safety of tattooing. “Tattoo and henna work is really painting, it’s just painting on a different surface. We want the artists’ sketches, because there are very intricate sketches of their work, and we also want to showcase people with body art. “It’ll be like a seminar. We have plans to do things on stage for that opening, in the gallery, and we also want to have live demonstrations.” She’s found that the center’s arts leaders, Bultman and Karen Watson, executive director of the Sumter County

YESTERYEAR from Page C1 markets. The prices current are not in line with the costs under the increased wage scale and shorter hours. “Superintendent C.H. Dabbs of Tuomey Hospital, who has been spending his annual vacation in England, has been delayed in returning by difficulty in booking passage, presumably on account of the upset of steamship schedules by the recent war scare in England. “The coldest days last winter were Dec. 7, low, 13 degrees; Jan. 28, low, 14 degrees; Nov. 22, low, 18 degrees. These are official figures from the records of weather observer Edwards at the Sumter water works station. ... Armistice Day will be appropriately observed in Sumter next Friday. Twenty years is a long time, but to those who lived through the world war the first Armistice Day is still a vivid recollection. “The scriptural division of time was eight hours for labor, eight hours for the service of God and charity, and eight hours for rest. Under the new dispensation for hours have been chopped off the work day, presumably for the service of welfare executives and playground directors, whose mission in life is to find occupation for the free time of idle people.” At the movies: At the Sumter, “Too Hot To Handle” starred Clark Gable and Myrna Loy, followed by “Go Chase Yourself” starring Lucille Ball, “Swing That Cheer” starring Constance Moore and Andy Devine, “The Citadel” starring Robert Donat, Rosalind Russell, Ralph Richardson and Rex Harrison, “Boy Meets Girl” starring James Cagney and Pat O’Brien and “Torchy Gets Her Man” starring Glenda Farrell and Barton MacLane. The Rex showed “Treasure Island” starring Wallace Beery, Jackie Cooper and Lionel Barrymore, followed by “Cattle Raiders” starring Charles Starrett, and another shoot ‘em up, “Six Shooting Sheriff” starring Ken Maynard. 50 YEARS AGO - 1963 Aug. 2-8 There were electric power interruptions in the area around Shaw

Air Force Base, including the Wherry Housing, Saturday and Sunday mornings from 6 to 6:45 a.m. D.L. Cannon, district manager for Carolina Power & Light Co., said the interruption was necessary so that larger transformers could be installed at the company substation at Shaw. This time was chosen with hope that it would cause the least amount of inconvenience to the greatest number of customers, Cannon said. Local 4H wins big – Sumter 4-H clubbers came home from Clemson with a lucky 13 blue ribbon awards in various categories plus selection for the state livestock judging team and two state 4-H club offices. Sumter’s John Stoudemire, Jr. also copped state public speaking honors for boys. Pedestrians safe in Sumter – Sumter won a Pedestrian Safety Citation from the American Automobile Assn. in recognition of its efforts during 1962 to save pedestrian lives in traffic. Harold R. Bauer, city engineer, presented the handsome plaque to Police Chief Wilson Strange and Lt. Billy Priest of the city police in a brief ceremony yesterday afternoon at city hall. ECB gets city construction deal – ECB Construction Co. has been awarded a contract for the city’s new public works maintenance building on the Lake City highway. The company’s low base bid of $47,360 was accepted by City Council Thursday at a special meeting. Historic home to be razed – One of Sumter’s first hospitals and later a residential showplace at 22 S. Washington St. is being dismantled for salvage because its owners feel taxes are out of proportion with rental income. Thousands of dollars were spent erecting the home in 1899 by the late Dr. Julius Mood of Sumter for his mother and father. After the death of his parents, Dr. Mood rented the home a few years, and then opened Mood’s Infirmary in 1894. Later, more money was spent remodeling and improving the property. Materials, such as heart pine timber and 30-pound roofing, are

Patriot Hall manager Audrey Maple takes a call as Carmela Bryan, executive director of the Sumter County Cultural Commission looks on. The two work closely together at the Sumter County Cultural Center on Haynsworth Street.

Gallery of Art, are very good to work with and eager to collaborate on events, as is the Patriot Hall staff. But planning events is not all of her job, Bryan reminds: “I’m dealing with budgets, dealing with maintenance. It can be overwhelming.The slow economy has affected

seldom found in today’s residences. The 74-yearold structure was built sound, maintained that way and considered in good structural condition. After Mood merged his infirmary with the Sumter Hospital in 1913, Dr. H.A. Mood, his son, remodeled the home and lived there until 1936. It was later owned by Miss Emma Mood and at her death went to a sister, Mrs. Rosa Scarborough of Columbia. The house passed on to Mrs. Scarborough’s heirs. It was in their possession when the dismantling decision was made. Heirs of Mrs. Scarborough will continue to own the property, which will be a vacant lot, according to reliable sources. The 55-foot frontage is ringed by property owned by Dr. H.A. Mood, who described the old residence as being in excellent structural condition. Asphalt firm opens nearby – Operation of the new Singleton Construction Co. (Sing. Co) Asphalt plant located on the Columbia highway near the Stamey Livestock Co. is in full swing. Under the management of Joe Ramsey and owned by Walker G. Singleton of Pickens, the plant employs 20-25 persons and will serve an area within a 40-50-mile radius. About 600 tons of asphaltic concrete can be turned out daily for use in industrial surfacing, parking lots, roads and driveways. A mixture of sand, gravel and liquid asphalt is mixed and heated to 300 degrees to produce the finished product. The hot asphalt produced must be used within hours on a surfacing project, while the cooled mix can be stored for future use. Night march staged – A downtown demonstration march by Negroes last night, the fourth since racial demonstrations began in Sumter, proceeded quietly and the marchers had dispersed before midnight. The parade came after a “Sumter Movement” rally at Jehovah Baptist Church on South Harvin Street. The procession left the church and walked down to Manning Avenue, where they turned right and crossed the overhead bridge onto Main Street. Police Chief

the arts as much as, maybe more than, other aspects of society, but we are lucky enough to get some funding from the S.C. Arts Commission, although it’s much less than it used to be. We still fund some sub-grants for artists and arts organizations, and the county matches

Wilson Strange said that the group started with slightly over 100 but picked up impetus on its trek along Manning Avenue. Local demonstrations on rise – Racial demonstrations are picking up in Sumter, continuing sporadically in Orangeburg and dwindling in Charleston. Seven Negroes were arrested in Sumter Sunday night when they sought service at the Holiday Inn Restaurant. About 400 Negroes staged an anti-segregation demonstration in Sumter’s business section about the same time. Sports notes – Archery enthusiasts from around the state converged on Paris Mountain State Park at Greenville yesterday for a target tournament called the Double American Round. Three local club members were in attendance, and as always they made a good showing against the upper state competition. Karl Leonhirth shot a 696 and 703 for a total of 1398 to take top honors in the Class A division. Thomas Bernardy shot a 573 and 606 for a total of 1179 to capture third place in the Class B division. Jack Biederman placed first in the Class C division with a 539 and 523 for a total of 1062. The next state-sponsored tournament will be the State Championship Field Tournament scheduled in Greenville Aug. 31 and Sept. 1. Gus Pringels, for three years assistant coach of football at Hillcrest, has been appointed head coach and athletic director, Dan L. Reynolds, chairman of the board of trustees of District 2, announced today. Pringels is no stranger to sports fans in Sumter, as he was a football and basketball star at Edmunds High School prior to his graduation in 1952. He attended Furman University where he played freshmen basketball and starred in football for four years. After graduating from Furman in 1956, he entered the army. Upon his release from service he returned to business until he was appointed to the faculty of Hillcrest School. Team members of the Palmetto Boys League Sumter Nationals who won the District 6 playoff in a 2-1 battle with the Sumter American boys

whatever the arts commission grant gives.” She’s hoping, she said, to encourage individuals, organizations and businesses to provide funding support for events. Her new career is going to be a time-consuming job, Bryan knows, one that keeps her thinking and planning well beyond the traditional eight hours a day. “I work a lot with my heart, but I’m aware that if you want things to happen, you just have to move, you have to plan and do the legwork,” she said. “I like the administration part, but I enjoy doing the legwork, getting in touch with people, getting things done. “I took this job to make things happen.” Anyone interested in volunteering, sponsoring events or otherwise assisting the Sumter County Cultural Commission can contact Bryan at (803) 436-2261 or cbryan@sumtercountysc.org.

in Barnwell were Wesley Gainey, Jerry Marler, Coy Chaffins, Robbie Baird, David Plowden, Bob Wilson, Frankie Windham, Kelly Coker, Jimmy Barker, Roddy Mills, Dwane Windham, Buck Ridgill, Arthur “Mac” Abbott, Hugh Reddick, D.D. Reddick and Pete Lyles. Coaches were Robert Baird and Tom Fischbach. Boyle gets Clemson job – With a figure of $934,470, Boyle Construction Co. of Sumter was apparent low bidder Wednesday for construction of a waste treatment system at Clemson College. The nine bids submitted will be turned over to the Clemson Board of Trustees for examination and will be forwarded for further review to the State Budget and Control Board and to the U.S. Public Health Service. The system, to be located southeast of the main campus, will be financed by college funds plus a federal grant of 30 per cent. Writing contest announced – The Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars announced today the opening of its 29th annual National High School Writing Contest. The topic will be “The Foreign Student in America – An Opportunity for Friendship.” The writing contest, first started in 1935, is intended to put before the student some problem of patriotism, citizenship or similar topic about which he must study and learn in order to write the essay. Education news – It’s easy to find out all about the many advantages offered by the Sumter Area Technical Education Center, Director Cecil Walters said today. Return-mailer cards have been placed throughout the area in leading businesses banks, and public buildings. To find out more about enrolling, the costs, the courses offered, and other details, a person must simply fill out the pre-paid card and drop it in a mailbox. There is no obligation. “The important thing,” Walters said, “is do it now! While we have many interested wouldbe students, this interest won’t get the job done. The only way we can help is for you to send in a card or letter so we will know you are interested

in finding out more about the new educational facility.” Testing and guidance counseling will take time and the target date for opening is September 9. “Apply right away and avoid the last minute rush,” Walters advised. Swimming classes available – A special, late-summer course in water safety and swimming is being offered at Poinsett State Park for the next two weeks, Director Storm Bailey announced today. Classes will begin Monday, Aug. 12, and continue for two full weeks. Beginners swimming will be offered from 9 until 11 each morning. From 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. junior and senior life saving will be taught. Also, if there are enough applicants, instruction for intermediate swimmers will be offered. The American Red Cross is sponsoring the program and underwriting all costs. Even the usual bathhouse fee has been removed for these courses, Bailey said. Three or four competent instructors will teach the courses. At the movies – Playing at the Sunset DriveIn is the double feature “The Delicate Delinquent” starring Jerry Lewis and “King Solomon’s Mine” with Stewart Granger. The Sky-Vue is also showing a double feature “Two Weeks in Another Town” with Kirk Douglas and Cyd Charisse. The second feature is Walt Disney’s “Nikki Wild Dog of the North”. The air-conditioned Carolina Theatre is featuring Brigitte Bardot in “Please, Not Now!” followed later in the week by “Flipper.” The Sumter Theater featured “A Ticklish Affair” with Shirley Jones, Gig Young, Red Buttons and Carolyn Jones. Beginning later in the week was “A Gathering of Eagles” starring Rock Hudson. The Sky-Vue Drive-In was offering “Westside Story” with Natalie Wood and Richard Beymer. The Sunset Drive-In offered “Jumbo” with Doris Day, Stephen Boyd, Jimmy Durante and Martha Raye. Contact Editor Hubert Osteen at hubert@the Item.com or (803) 7741298 or Archivist Sammy Way at waysammy@ yahoo.com, (803) 7741294.


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EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted Full-Time Position open for two Real Estate Agents to sell and list homes. Must have a Real Estate License. Classes will start in Manning on Weekends Starting June 22nd through July 14th (8 day course), to get license. Cost is $375. Commission paid job. Must have drivers license and car. Call and get registered for class now. Russell & Jeffcoat, 1229 Alice Dr 469-6350 ask for Donna or Joyce. Great Income Potential Licensed Nail Tech Needed: MUST have 1-2 yrs experience, own transportation & know how to do basic manicures, pedicures, gel nails, gel polish, acrylic nails, pink / whites. Please send resume to: 8 First Ave, Manning, SC 29102. Serious Inquires Only. Seeking an Exp HVAC installer. Needs to be experienced with duct fabrication and installation of duct work with residential and some light commercial equipment. Salary based upon experience. Paid vacation and benefits. Call Lowery Heating and Air 803-778-2942 Mon-Fri 8am-5pm. Central Carolina Technical College vacancy: Disability Services Coordinator/Admissions Counselor. Specific duties can be found at www.cctech.edu/abo utus.htm. Apply online at http://jo bs.sc.gov or apply in person between 8am-4pm, Mon-Fri at the Personnel Office, Central Carolina Technical College, 506 N. Guignard Drive, Sumter SC 29150 or fax a SC State application to 803-778-7878. CCTC is an EOE/AA employer. Needed Immediately - OTR Tire Tech. Must be able to handle large truck tires, tractor tires, commercial tires, etc. Benefits include vacation, holidays, retirement. Salary negotiable. Apply in person at 156 Myrtle Beach Highway. Orangehill Church in Wedgefield, SC is seeking a church musician. Call 803-494-3829 or 468-1263 Looking for stylists to rent booth at long established salon in a great location. 803-469-7755 Experienced Groomer needed: Apply in person or send resume to The Dog House at 208 Commerence St. Manning, SC 29102

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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

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Covenant Place of Sumter (Medicare Part A certified) is now looking for quality candidates. Come work for a community with a person centered approach to care where we treat our elders with dignity and respect in a home environment. Opportunities •FT Cook (healthcare experience preferred) afternoon/evening shift •PT Server all shifts Must be flexible and have good people skills. Background check and drug screen required. Must be able to work holidays and weekends. Apply in person Covenant Place of Sumter 2825 Carter Rd Sumter SC 29150 (NO PHONE CALLS) EOE

USC Sumter. A Bachelor's degree and previous playing/coaching experience required. The position is responsible for all aspects of coaching an intercollegiate men's baseball program, within the established guidelines of USC Sumter and Region X of the NJCAA. Coordinate the recruitment of players for the team; use creative skills and talents to execute fundraising activities to enhance their program in the area of scholarships and equipment needs and establish summer camps for children. The University of South Carolina requires individuals to apply online for all job vacancies. You may access the USC Jobs Online Employment site at http://uscjobs.sc.edu. As part of the online process, a cover letter, resume and a list of three references (with addresses and phone numbers) must be attached to the online application form. In addition, please mail copies of all college transcripts to the Human Resources Office, USC Sumter, 200 Miller Road, Sumter SC 29150-2498. If you have any questions about the application procedures, please call (803) 938-3721. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. USC Sumter is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer.

OTR Tire Technician needed. Apply in person at Ace Parker Tire, 930 N. Lafayette Blvd. Sumter. Ask for Arthur Bradley.

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Help Wanted Part-Time $$$ AVON $$$ FREE TRAINING! 803-422-5555 Full-time licensed Physical Therapist Assistant needed for busy outpatient clinic in Sumter area. Outpatient experience necessary. Must have PTA licenses and be self-motivated. Excellent salary and benefits. Send resume to Progressive Physical Therapy, Attn: Angie, 100 Jimmy Love Lane, Columbia, SC 29212 or fax 803-798-3335 Part time Admin. assistant needed, 20-25 hours wkly. Please send resume and salary requirements to PO Box 322 Sumter SC 29150.

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Schools / Instructional SUMMER TUTORING: Spanish or English or Writing or Editing. Instructor is Citadel Graduate. 464-5968/5961, or 803-775-4391

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Accepting Applications Oakland Plantation Apts. 5501 Edgehill Rd 499-2157 2 Br apts. available. Applications accepted Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8am - 4:30pm.

Shiloh-Randolph Manor Apts. 1 BR apts. avail. for Elderly 62 yrs. or older. Call (803) 775-0575 or apply in person. Corner of Bartlette & Washington. Immediate Openings Rent based on income. EHO. W. Calhoun 2BR/1.5BA, newly renovated, full kitchen, C/H/A. water & W/D incl, $495/mo. Prudential 774-7368.

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For Rent or Sale remodeled large 3 BR 2 Ba house with large wired storage bldg. Located near lake 2 min. from boat landing 25 min from Sumter, 15 min from Manning Rent $650 mo +Dep. Call 803 478-4625

Part time Pediatric Occupational Therapist needed for private practice . Please send resume with salary requirements to PO Box 322 Sumter SC 29150

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625 Baldwin Dr. 3BR, 2BA home in wonderful neighborhood off Alice Dr. All appliances, fenced yard. $1000/Mo and $1000/sec dep. Call 803-934-6845 3 br, 2 ba all brick home, fenced backyard, est. neighborhood. $750 mo. $750 dep. Conveniently located to schools & shopping. 1 year lease. References required. Call 803-840-9100 for appt.

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4BR, 2BA DW MH with Dbl. carport , C/H/A, near Summerton, $500/mo., $500 sec. dep, Housing Authority vouchers will be considered. 803-378-6206.

16 Warren St 3500 Sq Ft + 4 Br 3.5 ba with vintage tile, hdwd floors, marble floor in den, screened bck porch, wet bar, office, lrg kitchen , 2 car garage w/ workshop, inground pool on large lot, gazebo, new driveway, good neighbors, good schools, close to everything $179, 900. Serious inq. only Call 840-1974 FOR SALE: 2nd Row Lake House, 1817 Lakeshore Dr., 2240 sq. ft., 4 bd, 3 ba, 2 lots fenced back yard & detached garage/workshop. Great water view. $159,000. (803)460-5215

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Farms & Acreage 159 acres in Clarendon County $1,700 per acre will not divide. Call 803-473-4219 leave message.

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Work Truck 2001 3/4 Silverado HD, Full load & Tow package, 4-5-7 hookups, electric trailer brakes. 6.0 Vortex, 135k miles. $5,000. Call 469-2967 R& R Motors 803-494-2886 2006 Malibu, $6,200, 2010 Chevy Impala, $8,450, 2003 Crown Victoria, $4,900, 2005 Jeep Liberty, $5,900, 2005 Jeep Wrangler $10,700.

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 $5,000. toward closing. (REDUCED) asking $229,000. Call 803-968-1187 Details & photos @ www.forsaleb yowner.com/23945649 & www.mili tarybyowner.com/MBO 264616

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

Iris Winds MHP: 3BR/2BA MH No pets. Ref/dep req'd, $500/mo. Call 803-775-6816, 803-460-9444

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ach time I go hunting or fishing, I learn something. It may be something that is seemingly insignificant or something that will change the way I do things for years to come. I learned a lot about the tide at the beach this past week. As far as fishing is concerned, the tide was 180 degrees out of phase. High tide and fishing is a lot like high water in the swamp and fishing; the fish are all backed up in the flats and out in Earle the marsh grass. WOODWARD They are not in the creeks where we can get at them. So, each morning I’d get up, have to drive the boat over to the landing, launch the boat and then fish the rising tide. With each additional inch of water, more flounder would be leaving the creeks and heading into the backwaters to feed until the tide turned. By the time the tide topped out, sometime during the middle to later part of the day, I’d be tired and hot and ready to retire to the comfort of an air conditioner. The fishing was awful. It wasn’t just me; there were any number of fishermen that drifted past or trolled by me that agreed. Nothing was biting. I’m not saying that I didn’t catch anything, in fact I caught some of the biggest flounder I’ve ever caught. They were just few and far between. I took two 19-plus-inch fish early in the week and followed that the next day with a 20- and a 21-inch flounder. Those are very respectable flounder in anybody’s book. A 20-inch flounder will yield two beautiful fillets that are more than the average person can eat by himself. I managed to catch at least two flounder every day, except the last

day when I only managed one. All but the last one were well over the 14-inch legal size limit. The last one was just over it 14½ inches. Had the tide been low in the middle of the day, and I’d been able to fish the falling tide longer than I did, well, maybe it would have been better fishing. I learned something else about the tide last week. The tide never acts in a hurry; it takes a little over six hours for it to go out and about six hours for it to come back in. It’s as sure as the sunrise and almost as much fun to watch as paint drying or grass growing. So, my son, Robert, and I were out in the boat fishing on Sunday morning and the girls had gone shopping for clothes for Katie, a.k.a. “Scooter,” my granddaughter. The plan was to meet back at the house around 3 p.m., clean up and go out for dinner. Being the avid fishermen that we are, Robert and I pushed the limits of the envelope and tried to race back into the creek before the tide dropped too far for us to make it. We navigated the mouth of the creek with just a little trouble and proceeded into the main channel for the nearly 1/3-mile run to our little channel. We began to hit bottom about half the way there. We got out of the boat, pulled it for 100 yards or so until we got into some deeper water, got back in and made it to the mouth of our channel. A little history is due here. The reason that I try to rent a house on this particular channel is that, over the years, it is the only channel that has enough water in it at low tide to still be able to make it in and out. With that water, you can leave the boat in the water all week and not have to launch each day. I turned the boat into the mouth of our channel, made it over the little hump in the mouth and pro-

ceeded up the creek. It took about a half a second to realize that we had a problem. From where we were sitting, I could see our pier, and there just wasn’t enough water to get the boat up to it, there wasn’t enough water left in the creek to turn the boat around, and there wasn’t enough water over the hump in the mouth of the creek for us to drift back over. We were committed and there wasn’t anything we could do about it. When I got right in front of our pier, I shoved the tiller hard over, gunned the motor and got the nose of the boat up on the soft mud to within about a boat length of the pier. I shoved the paddle into the mud, and I went in more than half the length of the paddle, so there was absolutely no getting out and slogging over to the pier. One would vanish in the mud. The bad part was that the tide still had about 45 minutes to fall before it got higher. It was about that time that Robert’s cell phone rang. I could hear it all: “Yes ’em, we’re right in front of the house. Where are ya’ll?” The boy did not tell a lie. We were right in front of the house, sitting on the mud with nowhere to go. To make a long story short, when the car arrived we got some funny looks. We were laughed at and Katie waved at us with all her might. Two hours later, Valerie finally got enough oomph on the rope to get us close enough to the pier to get out. It’s one of those things; if you fish saltwater long enough, you will eventually get stuck by the tide. The good thing is that “a rising tide floats all boats,” and the tide will come back in. You just have to wait a spell. So I learned an awful lot about tides this week — don’t fish the high tide and don’t rent a house on that creek again until they dredge it out.

FISHING REPORT Santee Cooper System Crappie: Good. Captain Steve English reports that he has not been catching huge numbers of crappie, but in the lower lake they have been catching very big crappie with lots of fish in the 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 pound range. Bream: Good. Captain Steve reports that around the last full moon lots of bream came up shallow, but because of a cold snap very little spawning activity actually took place. Lake Wateree Catfish: Good to very good. Captain Rodger Taylor reports that the bite up the rivers is very strong for small eating size blue catfish, concentrating on 4-12 feet of water in the river run. Shad are all over the lake and the preferred bait. Crappie: Good to very good. Veteran tournament angler Will Hinson reports that crappie are biting well all over the lake, which has cleared up after the recent rains. Lake Murray Bream: Very good. Lake World reports that shellcracker and bluegills are bedding from 10 feet of water to the banks around the edges, including in the backs of coves and off points. Big shellcracker can also be located over shallow humps that have bushes on them. Striped bass: Very good. Lake World reports that striper are feeding very well, and early and late pulling free lines from 25 feet of water to the banks is working well. Crappie: Good. Captain Brad Taylor reports that crappie are basically moving into a summer pattern and are holding around bridges, brush piles and deep docks. Lake Monticello Catfish: Good. Captain Chris Simpson reports that he is catching fish in the range of 5-40 feet right now, but in the next couple of weeks deep humps with current flowing over them should be ideal spots to locate big, aggressive

David Richard Wiseman and Melissa Ann Briggs; Antoine Levon Lynch and Michelle Rae Feyen; Terence Antwan Murray and Tania Marie Green, both of Dalzell; Joshua Lynn Tyner and Cassandra Joye Foisey, both of Lamar; Eric Wendell Williams and Laquita Lakeshia Wells; Derek Tristan Holsten and Barbara Jean Dingle; Branford Isaac Breland and Rebecca Joye Murrell, both of Columbia; Jermaine Antonio White and Chequdra Nicole Hardy; Darren Wayne Jackson and Rebecca Tramel; Thomas Jerod Taylor and Katherine Mary Perry; Romoan Lamar Loyd and Shanoria Victoria Bostic; Thomas Oliver Foxworth and Teresa Lynn Martin, both of Dalzell.

Property Transfers Beatrice G. Sanders Estate to S.C. Baptist Educational & Missionary Convention, one lot, 826 N. Main and 5 Stark St., $5,000; Beatrice G. Sanders Estate to S.C. Baptist Educational & Missionary Convention, one lot, one building, 830 N. Main, $5,000; Pylisha Ward to Mary Susan Clark, one lot, 44 L St., $2,500; Susan J. Newman to Jennifer C. Thigpen, one lot, one building, 804 Grimble Court, $104,450; JMJ Homes LLC to Casey Lee and Candace Ash, one lot, Watersong Run / Nautical Drive, $347,400; Donald Morris Construction Co. LLC to James C. Brown, one lot, 3178 Pawleys Lane, $210,000; Elizabeth Pierson to Elizabeth and Ruth Ann Pierson, one building, 3850 Bethel Church Road, $5 etc. Eh Pooled 1012 LP to Kenneth A. Mack, one lot, one building, 3245 Brittany Drive, $14,500; William J. Carter Jr. to First Citizens Bank & Trust Co. Inc., one lot, 1290 Summit Drive, $60,450; 21st Mortgage Corp. to Patricia Hubbard, 7900 Two Mile Road, $22,950; Tonya D. Dukes et al to Tonya D. Dukes, one lot, one building, 2170 Boulevard Road, $5 etc.; First Family Financial Services Inc. to George T. and Dee A. Doubrley, one lot, two buildings, 914 Gene Drive, $14,100; Magnolia R. Williams et al (interest of G. Donnell W. Miller) to Ralph W. Canty Sr., one lot, Charles Lane, $3,000; Samuel P. Gaillard III et al to Samuel P. Gaillard III, Camden Highway / Thomas Sumter, $49,500. June C. and Jerr Jensen to Jacob E.

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fish. Big cut gizzard shad and white perch are working for big fish. Lake Greenwood Largemouth bass: Good. Before 9 a.m. is when topwater around seawalls with floating worms is your best bet. Later in the day check out the brush piles off points with worms in 12-18 feet. Lake Russell Catfish: Very good. Guide Wendell Wilson reports that the catfish bite has gotten even better on Lake Russell. Channel catfish are feeding very well in 4-8 feet of water off points. Striped bass: Fair. Guide Wendell Wilson reports that striper are still spread out across the lake, with fish scattered in the creeks, the main lake, and from the top to the bottom of the reservoir. Crappie: Fair. Guide Wendell Wilson reports that crappie are moving into an early summer pattern where the best fishing is taking place at night. Lake Thurmond Striped and Hybrid Bass: Good. Captain William Sasser reports that striper are being caught off of main lake points in about 25-30 feet of water. Lots of herring are also pushed right up against the dam, and there has been a strong bite for hybrids as shallow as 2-3 feet of water against the rocks. Crappie: Fair. Captain William Sasser reports that crappie remain around brush piles along the river channel. Lake Wylie Largemouth Bass: Beginning to slow. The spawn is tapering off so check offshore. Hopkins spoons and football jigs are producing. Lake Jocassee Black Bass: Good. Captain Pat Bennett reports that the spawn appears to be pretty much concluded and fish are making their way out of the coves.

Tide Tables MONDAY, June 10 03:55 AM 0.33 L 09:53 AM 4.62 H 03:46 PM 0.24 L 10:02 PM 5.68 H TUESDAY, June 11 04:31 AM 0.39 L 10:33 AM 4.56 H 04:24 PM 0.37 L 10:38 PM 5.56 H WEDNESDAY, June 12 05:07 AM 0.43 L 11:11 AM 4.51 H 05:04 PM 0.5 L 11:14 PM 5.43 H

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| and Michelle Graves, one lot, one building, 2840 Watermark Drive, $119,000; Heirs of James H. Nelson to County of Sumter, off Boulevard Road, $5 etc.; Sylvia Ann and Harvey Hood to Sylvia Ann Hood, one lot, one building, 2316 Harper St., $5 etc.; Ruth S. Cummings to James H. Strong Jr., Hugh Ryan Road, $5 etc.; Phillicia S. McKenzie and Luther Bells III to Bac Home Loans Servicing LP, one lot, 6045 Fish Road, $123,783; Victor O. Van Ras to Daniel W. and Nicole Crouch, one lot, two buildings, 3330 Ashlynn Way, $163,500; Christina M. Trace to Henry A. Miller, one lot, one building, 2530 Maidenhair Lane, $144,500. Dennis W. III and Janie A. Moss to Secretary of Housing & Urban Development, one lot, one building, 2850 Amidala Lane, $80,000; Wells Fargo Bank NA (trustee) to Charles M. Smith, one lot, 4365 Layneward Court, $28,699; Dorthy Green et al to Gary A. Berry Sr., one building, 4390 U.S. 15 South / 20 Geddings Road, $15,000; Philip J. Mouradjian Jr. to Roosevelt Jr. and Melissa Richardson, one lot, 215 and 285 Lakewood Drive, $28,229; Angie J. Glasscock to Martin Kenneth III and Angie J. Rosefield, one lot, one building, 2950 Tara Drive, $5 etc.; Federal National Mortgage Association to Thomas R. Bair Jr., one lot, one building, 359 Reynolds Road, $39,900. John D. Weible to Sherry Phillips, one lot, one building, 1950 Hideaway Drive, $150,000; Roderick G. Martin and Melba Kershaw (lifetime estate resident) to Susan Charles Martin (lifetime estate), two buildings, 8900 Camp Mac Boykin Road, $5 etc.; Geneva Benjamin to Thomas Benjamin, one lot, one building, 210 Willow St., $5 etc.; Marie J. Anderson to William M. Anderson, $5 etc.; Gainey Construction Co. LLC to Christopher J. Miller, one lot, 2624 Moonlite Drive, $133,875; Jeanine A. Gurley to Jeanine A. and Martin J. Gurley, two buildings, 1045 Mimarie Lane (1043), $5 etc.; Toney Young Jr. to Catherine S. Young, one lot, 544 S. Main St., $5 etc. Robbin H. Morgan (1/2 interest conveyed) to Riakas D. Richardson, one lot, one building, 3280 Sarah Glen Drive, $59,900; Corneilius A. and Tamara C. Ransom to William P. Davis, one lot, three buildings, 2870 September Drive, $130,000; JMJ Homes LLC to Joseph R. Murphy, one lot, 2 Em Ru Court,

$132,800; Apex Home Builders Inc. to Richard H. Jr. and Elizabeth Dabbs, 2988 Girard Drive (2996), $257,900; Phillip C. and Sharon Ehlen to Patrick Scott and Melissa G. Simmons, one lot, two buildings, 814 Wise Drive, $193,000; Sandra N. Collins to Sandra Collins Girdner, one lot, one building, 290 Trillium Lane, $5 etc.; Robert H. Osteen III to Jacob and Mallory Mitchell, one lot, one building, 404 Continental Road, $159,000. Carolyn Stagger to Carolyn Stagger Cokley, 7700 Stagger Drive, $5 etc.; Edward A. Sardella (lifetime estate) to William J. Sardella, one lot, one building, 321-C W. Calhoun St., $5 etc.; Helga Sandifer to Helga M. Sandifer Estate, 69 Lake Shore Drive, $5 etc.; Pinnacle Properties of Sumter to Mungo Homes Inc., 40 McIntosh Court, $32,000; Warren J. Howze and Gloria Howze Knight et al to Continental Tire The Americas LLC, Concord Township, $105,655; Joey and Betty Lou Anderson to Joey Anderson, five buildings, 1601 Bradham Blvd., $5 etc.; Lori E. Reynolds to Lori E. Berger, one lot, one building, 32 Tanager Trail, $5 etc.

Building Permits Carolina Construction of Sumter LLC, owner and contractor, 2420 Navigator Circle, Dalzell, 1,387 heated square feet and 612 unheated square feet, $93,298 (new dwelling, residential); Carolina Construction of Sumter LLC, owner and contractor, 1895 N. Kings Highway, 1,898 heated square feet and 752 unheated square feet, $125,760 (new dwelling, residential); Daniel and Carol Gorgan, owners, Carolina Construction of Sumter LLC, contractor, 121 Lindley Ave., 320 heated square feet, $18,560 (add sunroom to existing house, residential); Patsy Coulter, owenr, JMAC General Contractor LLC, contractor, 1790 Campbell Court (1800), 1,104 unheated square feet, $12,550 (pole building with lean-to, residential). Ralph E. Baker and Susan Scouten, owners, Fitzgerald Group LLC, contractor, 5150 U.S. 15 North, 2,384 heated square feet and 1,682 unheated square feet, $200,000 (new dwelling, residential); Mungo Homes, owner and contractor, 1558 Ruger Drive, 2,247 heated square feet and 580 unheated square feet, $107,000 (new dwelling, residential); Mungo Homes, owner and con-

tractor, 1554 Ruger Drive, 1,876 heated square feet and 614 unheated square feet, $102,000 (new dwelling, residential); Cynthia Frierson, owner, Williamson Home Improvements, contractor, 49 Burkett Drive, $5,000 (replace shingles and paint fascia board, residential). Damon Singleton, owner, Harvey McDonald, contractor, 5149 Dennis Road, Rembert (mobile home, residential); Dwight C. Moore, owner, Charles E. Merriweather, contractor, 6425 Panola Road, Pinewood, 300 heated square feet and 4,500 unheated square feet, $50,000 (new dwelling with attached garage, residential); Johnny M. James, owner and contractor, 2820 Foxcroft Circle, 1,660 heated square feet and 500 unheated square feet, $80,000 (new dwelling, residential); C&M Enterprises (a South Carolina partnership), owner, Hawkins and Kolb Construction Co., contractor, 215 W. Hampton Ave., $7,200 (lead shielding on two walls, install reception window, carpet setbacks, commercial). Shirley Potts, owner, Williamson Home Improvements, contractor, 958 Nathaniel St., $45,000 (replace doors / toilet / shingles / windows / HVAC and rewire, residential); Geneva Copeland, owner, Williamson Home Improvements, contractor, $23,000 (replace HVAC / water heater / reshingle / windows / door / floor covering, residential); Tuomey Hospital, owner, Harrington Construction Co. Inc., contractor, 130 N. Washington St., $76,315 (renovate existing Tuomey office space for cardiology, commercial); Jimmie Sanders, owner, Michael D. Johns, contractor, 565 Pitts Road, 5,476 heated square feet and 1,136 unheated square feet, $508,186 (new dwelling, residential). John Jr. and Lucinda Y. Herriott, owners, Harvey McDonald, contractor, 57 Murphy St. (mobile home, residential); County of Sumter, owner, Palmetto Automatic Sprinkler Co. Inc., contractor, 215 N. Harvin St., $240,800 (installation of fire protection system, commercial); Libby Wesmark Enterprises LLC, owner, Affordable Roofing Inc., contractor, 1121 Broad St., $92,253 (remove single ply roof down to insulation and replace with new gaf repairs to existing structure, commercial); General Mills Restaurants Inc., owner, Colorwheel Signs, contractor, 1034 Broad St., $6,000 (freestanding sign for Red Lobster, commercial).


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Vanessa Ferlito stars as DEA agent Charlie Lopez on “Graceland,” airing at 10 p.m. Thursday on USA Network.

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USA’s new ‘Graceland’ USA Network Debuts based New Drama true story on surprising By Candace Havens © 2013 FYI Television, Inc.

The new drama "Graceland," airing Thursday at 10:01 p.m. on USA Network, is about a group of undercover agents from various federal agencies. They all live in the same house on a beach in southern California. Secrets are the name of the game, and many times their cases collide. As crazy as the idea may be of a house where agents from the FBI, DEA and U.S. Customs are living together, the new series is based on a true story. Executive producer Jeff Eastin ("White Collar") says his colleagues actually brought him the idea for the story after meeting with DEA agent John Marcello. "He was a DEA agent at the time and ended up being kind of the house father for [the operation] the particular house I use is a model which was set in Manhattan Beach," Eastin says. "So, he took me down and showed me the real house that had been decommissioned at that point for a couple of years, introduced me to some of the real guys who lived in the house and they just started telling stories. And at that point I was like, 'Wow, I got to make this into a show.'" The safe house is a place the agents can go to get away from their scary undercover lives. FBI rookie Mike Warren (Aaron Tveit, "Les Miserables") is new to the house. His mentor is Paul Briggs (Daniel Sunjata, "Rescue Me"), who doesn't play by the rules and is legendary within the agency.

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"One of the things we find out when you're dealing with a house full of people who lie for a living," says Sunjata, "and whose very lives depend on their ability to keep their lies straight, even though the house itself is kind of a sanctuary for us, it is also where you get to see, in the relationships between the characters, who's keeping secrets - you know what I mean? Who's not keeping secrets, who's being upfront, who's not being upfront. And so I think that Briggs is an incredibly complex character. It's one of the things about the character that drew me to him as soon as I read the pilot script. And his dimensions are revealed over time. But he's certainly not what he seems in the beginning." "I think that's something really important to mention, too; the fact that the way the storytelling unfolds - I don't think it's typical television storytelling," adds Tveit. "I think we're all kind of constantly surprised when we get new scripts - the turns that the story's taking. And so I think that's going to be really exciting to see, just as the arc of the whole season develops, that it's going to be a lot of things that you don't necessarily expect to happen are going to happen. So, I always think that's great for us to read." The other housemates include DEA agent Charlie Lopez (Vanessa Ferlito, "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps"), U.S. Customs agent Dale Jakes (Brandon Jay McLaren, "Fallen Skies"), FBI agent Joe 2:30

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HIGHLIGHTS The Real Housewives of New Jersey 8:00 p.m. on BRAVO After an odd meeting with Teresa, Melissa considers packing up the family and moving further away from her sister-in-law, meanwhile the Laurita family hosts a poker night that is thrown in jeopardy when Caroline and Teresa face-off. The 67th Annual Tony Awards For his Broadway 8:00 p.m. on WLTX debut in "Lucky Guy," Tom Hanks Broadway’s biggest stars gather at is a nominee at "The 67th Annual Radio City Music Tony Awards," Hall in New York City as the airing Sunday American Theatre live on WLTX at Wing takes time to 8 p.m. honor the best performances and productions of the year with awards for acting, musical score, dance choreography and more. (HD) Call of the Wildman 9:00 p.m. on ANPL Ernie is called to a local feed store where a mysterious creature is tearing up the bags of feed and the frustrated owner wants it gone; Turtleman’s mom calls her son to remove his childhood snapping turtles from her pond and is very eager to help. (HD) Falling Skies 9:00 p.m. on TNT Seven months after the events in Charleston, S.C., Tom finds himself in political office continuing the ongoing resistance against the alien invaders; a shaky alliance leaves suspicions circulating within the group; Hal suffers from nightmares. (HD) Mad Men 10:00 p.m. on AMC Betty begins to prepare for her daughter’s future which means looking into Sally’s various options; Peggy finds that her home life is beginning to be more troublesome than her hectic career, so she does what she can to address her issues at home. (HD)


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The Mummy Returns 8:00 p.m. on AMC An 8-year-old boy tries on the Bracelet of Anubis and finds that if he doesn’t go to an Egyptian site within seven days, he will die as the Scorpion King and his army returns, and then he’s kidnapped by a cult which has resurrected Imhotep. (HD) The Voice 8:00 p.m. on WIS After moving performances by the remaining singers, Carson reveals votes following their semi-final performances that will determine which select few may move on to the final round next week; the coaches with remaining team members hope to move on. (HD) NCIS Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. on 8 p.m. on WLTX, WLTX Abby (Pauley Ziva and Abby work Perrette) and closely with a the "NCIS" team young teenager investigate a who witnessed her teenage girl's friend being kidabduction. napped; Gibbs seeks help from a past contact, a well-connected woman with questionable moral; Tony gets jealous of Ziva’s plans with a mysterious man. (HD) Twisted 9:00 p.m. on FAM A 16-year-old boy with a bad past gets back in touch with two of his best friends from his childhood, but things don’t look too good for him when he becomes the main suspect in the murder of a student who was found dead in her home. (HD) World Cup Qualifying Soccer 10:00 p.m. on ESPN The United States is seeking its seventh consecutive World Cup appearance and is playing a World Cup Qualifier in Seattle for the first time since beating Canada, 2-0, at the Kingdome in 1976; Team USA beat Panama in 2011 Gold Cup, 1-0. (HD)

Animal Cops - Detroit To Be Announced Fast Money Around The World Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Movies Almost Got Away SportsCenter ESPN First Take Switched at Birth Paula’s Contessa

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To Be Announced Fast Money CNN Newsroom Jake Tapper Situation Room Sunny South Prk Schumer Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Movies Futurama Futurama Sunny A.N.T. A.N.T. A.N.T. A.N.T. Phineas Shake It Shake It Shake It Gravity Dog Blog Dog Blog Dog Blog FBI: Criminal Pursuit Unusual Suspects Auction Auction Dual Survival Fast N’ Loud Street Outlaws Deadliest Catch SportsCenter SportsCenter SportsCenter SportsCenter Outside College NFL Live Horn Interruptn ESPN First Take SportsCenter Numbers Highly SportsNation NFL32 Boy World 700 Club The 700 Club Gilmore Girls Life of Teen Pretty Little Liars Pretty Little Liars Pretty Little Liars Pretty Little Liars Paid Prog. Grill It! Neelys Neelys Good Eat Unwrap Sandra’s Ten Dollar Rest. Chef 30 Min. Giada Giada Contessa Contessa Paula’s Trisha’s Sports Unlimited UFC Reloaded UFC Unleashed Bull Riding Sports Unlimited World Poker Tour Polaris Outdoor Gold Girl Gold Girl Home & Family Marie Marie The Waltons Little House Little House Brady Brady Sarah 101 Sarah 101 Sarah 101 Sarah 101 Sarah 101 Sarah 101 Hunters Hunters Bang Bang Bang Bang Bang Bang House Hunters House Hunters Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Married Married Movies Criminal Minds Criminal Minds Criminal Minds Criminal Minds Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace How I Met How I Met Grey’s Anatomy Grey’s Anatomy Wife Swap Wife Swap Umizoomi Umizoomi Dora Dora Guppies Guppies Peter Ruby Dora Lalaloopsy Monkeys TMNT Fairly Fairly Kung Fu Sanjay Sponge Sponge CSI: NY CSI: Crime Scene Ink Master Ink Master Ink Master Ink Master Ink Master Ink Master Ink Master Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Payne Browns Prince Prince Rules Rules Jim Raymond American American Wipeout Cougar Friends Friends Friends Friends Queens Movies Movies Movies Movies Movies Movies Baby Stry Baby Stry Pregnant Pregnant Gown Gown What Not to Wear Baby Stry Baby Stry LI Medium LI Medium What Not to Wear Gown Gown Say Yes Say Yes Supernatural Supernatural Supernatural Bones Bones Bones Bones Castle Castle NinjaGo Johny Test Johny Test Johny Test Gumball Gumball Tom Jerry Tom Jerry Tom Jerry Scaredy Animals Scooby-Doo Johny Test Johny Test World Tour World Tour Grojband Regular In Session Speeders Speeders Speeders Speeders Variety Variety Variety Hardcore Hardcore Hardcore Hardcore Divorced Soul Man Van Dyke Lucy Griffith Griffith Gunsmoke Gunsmoke Gunsmoke Bonanza Bonanza M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne My Fair Wedding Bridezillas Bridezillas Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Ghost Whisperer Matlock Matlock In the Heat of Night In the Heat of Night WGN Midday News Walker Walker Walker Law & Order CI

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The Mummy 8:00 p.m. on AMC After an affair with the Pharaoh’s mistress, an Egyptian priest is mummified alive, and in the 1920s, an adventurer and a team of archaeologists accidentally awaken the priest, who places the world in danger as he tries to become the new pharaoh. (HD) Brad (Joe ManHow I Met Your ganiello) has a Mother courtroom bat8:00 p.m. on tle with his old WLTX Marshall must take nemesis Marshall on "How on his old I Met Your friend/nemesis Brad, in the biggest Mother," aircase of his career; ing Monday at 8 p.m. on WLTX. the gang looks back at their own skirmishes with the law, leading to a big debate over who was the biggest delinquent troublemaker as a teenager. (HD) The Real Housewives of Orange County 9:00 p.m. on BRAVO While in Mexico celebrating Tamra’s bachelorette party, Vicki steals a few of the ladies away for the night, upsetting hosts Heather and Gretchen; Tamra reveals secrets from her past with Gretchen; Vicki and Gretchen finally have it out after months. American Pickers 9:00 p.m. on HIST In a small town in Illinois, Mike places a bid on the rusty frame of the most famous hotrod of all time, and later, the guys get access to a family’s private treasures before paying the high costs on a major restoration project. (HD) Major Crimes 9:00 p.m. on TNT A pregnant woman is found murdered and the entire squad pushes to get a confession from her now widowed husband; Raydor has his authority questioned by a new Deputy D.A. who fails to see eye to eye with him about his intentions. (HD)

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Criminal Minds Movies Animal Cops - Detroit Let’s Stay To Be Announced Power Lunch CNN Newsroom Tosh.0

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CABLE CHANNELS Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) The Glades (N) (HD) Longmire (N) (HD) (:01) Longmire (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) (:01) The Glades (HD) (5:30) Con Air (‘97, Action) Nicolas Cage. (HD) The Mummy (‘99, Horror) aac Brendan Fraser. (HD) (:45) The Mummy (‘99, Horror) Brendan Fraser. Return of the dead. (HD) Killing To Be Announced Wildman Wildman Wildman Wildman River Monsters (HD) Top Hooker (HD) Wildman Wildman River Monsters (HD) Top Hooker (HD) 106 & Park Top music videos. (N) (HD) Civil Brand (‘02, Drama) a LisaRaye. Doing Hard Time (‘04, Drama) ac Boris Kodjoe. Wendy Williams (N) The Best Man (‘05) aac To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Real Housewives (N) Newlyweds (N) Below Deck TBA To Be Announced To Be Announced Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) Car Chaser Mob Money Greed: Shipwrecked! Mad Money Mob Money Greed: Shipwrecked! 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) Colbert Daily (HD) Key; Peele Futurama Futurama South Prk South Prk South Prk Daily (N) Colbert South Prk Schumer Daily (HD) Colbert Good Luck Jessie A.N.T. Good Luck Jessie Frenemies (‘12, Family) ac Bella Thorne. Gravity Good Luck Jessie Good Luck Good Luck Shake It A.N.T. Fast N’ Loud (HD) Fast N’ Loud (HD) Fast N’ Loud (HD) Fast N’ Loud (N) (HD) Street Outlaws (N) Fast N’ Loud (HD) Street Outlaws (HD) Fast N’ Loud (HD) SportsCenter (HD) MLB Baseball: Boston Red Sox at Tampa Bay Rays z{| (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) NCAA Baseball (HD) 2013 NCAA Baseball Championship z{| (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Lombardi’s (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) NASCAR NFL Live Switched at Birth (HD) Switched at Birth (HD) Switched at Birth (N) The Fosters (N) (HD) Pretty Little Liars (HD) The 700 Club Bel-Air Bel-Air Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners NASCAR Insider UFC Reloaded: UFC 140: Jones vs Machida no~ (HD) World Poker (HD) World Poker (HD) UFC Reloaded (HD) Brady Brady Brady Brady Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl 1st Place 1st Place Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (N) Hunters Hunters Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Hunters Hunters American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) Pawn Stars Pawn Stars American Pickers (N) Pawn Stars Pawn Stars American American 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) Numb3rs (HD) Because I Said So (‘07) aa Diane Keaton. (HD) Rumor Has It ... (‘05) aac Jennifer Aniston. (HD) The Switch (‘10, Comedy) Jason Bateman. (HD) (:02) Rumor Has It ... (‘05) Jennifer Aniston. (HD) Sponge Sponge Sam & Cat Drake Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez Nightmares Nightmares Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (‘04) (HD) Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (‘04) (HD) Never Ever Never Ever Never Ever Never Ever 1000 Ways 1000 Ways (5:00) Godzilla (‘98) aa Matthew Broderick. Defiance Defiance (N) Warehouse 13 (N) Defiance Warehouse 13 (HD) Primeval: New (HD) Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Family Family Family Deon Cole Family Conan (N) (HD) Deon Cole Conan (HD) Office The Younger Brothers (‘49) aa MGM Parade Caged (‘50, Drama) Eleanor Parker. Chain Lightning (‘50, Drama) Humphrey Bogart. Of Human Bondage (‘46, Drama) Paul Henreid. Never Say Toddlers (HD) Little People (HD) Cake Boss Cake Boss Cake Boss Cake Boss Surreal Estate (N) (HD) Cake Boss Cake Boss Surreal Estate (HD) Cake Boss Cake Boss Major Crimes (HD) Major Crimes (HD) Major Crimes (HD) Major Crimes (N) (HD) King & Maxwell (N) Major Crimes (HD) King & Maxwell (HD) (:05) Cold Case (HD) Adventure Regular Regular Adventure Regular Orange King King Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family Robot ATHF ATHF Dad (HD) Cops Cops Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Top 20: Wrong Turns Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Queens Queens Queens Queens Cleveland The Exes NCIS (HD) NCIS (HD) WWE Monday Night Raw (HD) (:05) Graceland: Pilot (HD) (:36) CSI: Crime (HD) Duplicity Charmed (HD) Charmed (HD) Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) News (HD) Home Videos (HD) Rules Rules 30 Rock Scrubs

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CABLE CHANNELS Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Shipping Shipping Shipping Shipping Storage Storage Storage Storage Reign of Fire (‘02) aa Christian Bale. (HD) The Mummy Returns (‘01, Adventure) aac Brendan Fraser. (HD) The Mummy Returns (‘01, Adventure) aac Brendan Fraser. (HD) To Be Announced River Monsters (HD) River Monsters (HD) North America (HD) North America (HD) River Monsters (HD) North America (HD) North America (HD) 106 & Park (N) (HD) The Wash (‘01, Comedy) a Dr. Dre. Notorious (‘46, Thriller) Cary Grant. Love and espionage. Wendy Williams (N) (:05) Linewatch (‘08) aa To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Don’t Be TBA To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) Supermarkets 60 Minutes Greed: The 500% Club Mad Money 60 Minutes Greed: The 500% Club 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) Colbert Daily (HD) Schumer Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Schumer Daily (N) Colbert Tosh (HD) Schumer Daily (HD) Colbert Good Luck Jessie A.N.T. Austin Good Luck Austin Jessie A.N.T. Shake It Gravity Good Luck Jessie Good Luck Good Luck Shake It A.N.T. Deadliest Catch (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) Deadliest Catch (N) Backyard Backyard Deadliest Catch (HD) Backyard Backyard Deadliest Catch (HD) SportsCenter (HD) World Cup Qualifiers: Costa Rica at Mexico z{| (HD) World Cup Qualifiers z{| (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Horn (HD) Interruptn Nation SportsCenter (HD) Greatest Lombardi’s (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) NBA (HD) NASCAR Pretty Little Liars (HD) Pretty Little Liars (HD) Pretty Little Liars (N) Twisted: Pilot (N) (HD) Twisted: Pilot (HD) The 700 Club (N) Bel-Air Bel-Air Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped: Own It! (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (N) (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) GameTime Courtside The Panel Stuntbust. Bull Riding UFC Unleashed (HD) Stuntbusters World Poker (HD) UFC Countdown (HD) Hall (HD) Brady Brady Brady Brady Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl House Hunters (HD) Hunters Hunters Property Property Flop Flop Hunters Hunters Rent (N) Rent (N) Flop Flop Hunters Hunters Modern Marvels (HD) Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Cars (HD) Cars (HD) Cars (N) Cars (N) American American Only in America (HD) 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) Pretty Wicked (HD) Dance Moms (HD) Dance Moms (HD) Sponge Sponge VICTOR. Sam & Cat Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez Ink Master (HD) Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Never Ever Never Ever Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Scare Scare Exit Blackout Blackout Blackout Blackout Exit (N) Blackout Blackout Exit The Beam Room. The Seamstress (HD) Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Last Laugh Big Bang Conan (N) (HD) Last Laugh Conan (HD) Office The Hitch-Hiker (‘53) Home Town Baby Face (‘33) Barbara Stanwyck. Female (‘33) aaa (:45) His Girl Friday (‘40, Comedy) Cary Grant. Woman of the Year (‘42) aaac Toddlers (HD) The Little Couple (HD) Family S.O.S. (HD) Family S.O.S. (N) (HD) Teen Is Pregnan (N) Family S.O.S. (HD) Teen Is Pregnan (HD) Family S.O.S. (HD) Castle (HD) Castle (HD) Castle (HD) Castle: Demons (HD) Castle (HD) Rizzoli & Isles (HD) The Mentalist (HD) The Mentalist (HD) Regular Regular Johny Test Titans Go! Looney T. Adventure King King Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family Robot ATHF ATHF Dad (HD) Cops Cops Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn (N) Pawn Pawn Pawn S. Beach S. Beach Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Queens Queens Queens Queens Cleveland The Exes SVU: Misleader (HD) SVU: Hothouse (HD) SVU: Babes (HD) SVU: Selfish (HD) SVU: Sugar (HD) CSI: Crime (HD) CSI: Crime (HD) House (HD) Charmed (HD) Charmed (HD) Pregnant: Secrets Pregnant: Parties Marriage Marriage: Grave Loss Bridezillas (HD) Bridezillas (HD) Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) MLB Baseball: Cincinnati Reds at Chicago Cubs from Wrigley Field (HD) News Home Vid Rules Rules 30 Rock Scrubs


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Entertain- Dateline NBC (N) (HD) Law & Order: Special Vic- Chicago Fire: Ambition Re- News (:35)The Tonight Show (:36) Late Night with (:36)Carson ment (N) tims Unit (HD) sentment. (HD) with Jay Leno (HD) Jimmy Fallon (HD) Daly Inside Edi- The American Baking Criminal Minds: Pay It For- CSI: Crime Scene Investi- News 19 @ Late Show with David Let- Late Late Show with Craig (:37) News tion (N) Competition (N) (HD) ward (HD) gation (HD) 11pm terman (N) (HD) Ferguson (HD) Jeopardy! (N) The Middle Family Tools Modern With Parents ABC’s The Lookout (N) (HD) News (HD) Jimmy Kimmel Live Celeb- (:37)Night- (:07) Brown (:37)Paid (HD) (HD) (N) Family (HD) (N) rity interviews (HD) line (HD) (HD) Program Nature: Hummingbirds: NatureScen Nature: Hummingbirds: NOVA: Ape Genius Ape intel- A Summer of Birds John Tavis Smiley BBC World Charlie Rose (N) (HD) lect. (HD) James Audubon. (HD) News Magic in the Air (HD) Magic in the Air (HD) The Big Bang The Big Bang MasterChef: Top 16 Compete Part 1; Top 16 Compete Part WACH FOX News at 10 Family Inheri- Family Raymond: omg! Insider TMZ (N) Seinfeld (HD) (HD) 2 Steak; BurGR. (N) (HD) Nightly news report. tance. P.T. & A. (N) Family Feud Family Feud Numb3rs: Chinese Box Numb3rs: Breaking Point Dish Nation The Office Queens (HD) How I Met Always Always American American Agent shot. (HD) (HD) (N) (HD) (HD) Sunny (HD) Sunny (HD) Dad! (HD) Dad! (HD)

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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) The Mummy (‘99, Horror) aac Brendan Fraser. (HD) (:45) The Mummy (‘99, Horror) Brendan Fraser. Return of the dead. (HD) Nutty II ac To Be Announced Redneck Eating Off Hook Off Hook Wildman Wildman Wildman Wildman Off Hook Off Hook Wildman Wildman Wildman Wildman 106 & Park (N) (HD) Deliver Us from Eva (‘03, Comedy) aa LL Cool J. Kingdom Come (‘01, Comedy) aa LL Cool J. Wendy Williams (N) (:05) We the Party (‘12) To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced New York Hit it off. (N) Chef Roblé & Co. (N) To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) Divorce Wars The Queen of Versailles (‘12) aa Virginia Nebab. Mad Money The Queen of Versailles (‘12) aa Virginia Nebab. 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) Colbert Daily (HD) Futurama Futurama South Prk South Prk Futurama South Prk Daily (N) Colbert South Prk South Prk Daily (HD) Colbert Good Luck Jessie A.N.T. Good Luck Geek Charming (‘11, Comedy) aa Sarah Hyland. (HD) Gravity Good Luck Jessie Johnny Tsunami (‘99) aac A.N.T. MythBusters (HD) The Big Brain (N) (HD) Outrageous Acts (HD) MythBusters (N) (HD) MythBusters (HD) MythBusters (HD) MythBusters (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) WNBA Basketball: Connecticut vs Indiana HS Basketball (HD) SportsNation (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) NASCAR Nation Baby Daddy Baby Daddy Melissa Melissa Melissa Baby Daddy Dancing Melissa Twisted: Pilot (HD) The 700 Club (N) Bel-Air Bel-Air Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Diners Diners Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (N) (HD) Mystery Mystery Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Access Insider West Coast Customs UFC Bad Blood (HD) Hall (HD) Game 365 Insider World Poker (HD) UFC Countdown (HD) UFC Reloaded (HD) Brady Brady Brady Brady Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Property Bro (HD) Property Bro (HD) Elbow Room Elbow Room Property Bro (HD) Hunters Hunters Property Bro (HD) Property Bro (HD) Hunters Hunters Swamp People (HD) American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) Only in America (N) Top Shot All-Stars (N) Ice Road Truck (HD) American Picker (HD) Only in America (HD) Mercury Rising (‘98, Thriller) aac Bruce Willis. WWE Main Event (N) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Unsolved (HD) Unsolved (HD) Unsolved (HD) Unsolved (HD) Unsolved (HD) (:01) Unsolved (HD) (:02) Unsolved (HD) (:02) Unsolved (HD) Sponge Sponge VICTOR. Drake Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez Expendable The Expendables (‘10, Action) aaac Sylvester Stallone. (HD) Spike Guys Choice 2013 Manly awards. (N) Spike Guys Choice 2013 Manly awards. Spike Guys Exit The Beam Room. Paranormal Ghost Hunters (HD) Ghost Hunters (N) Paranormal (N) Ghost Hunters (HD) Paranormal Exit Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Family Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (N) (HD) Office Conan (HD) Office The Toast of New York (‘37) aac Cary Grant. Imitation of Life (‘59, Drama) aaac Lana Turner. (:15) The Rains of Ranchipur (‘55) Lana Turner. The Sea Chase (‘55, Adventure) John Wayne. Toddlers (HD) Teen Is Pregnan (HD) Breaking Amish (N) Toddlers (N) (HD) Good Buy Good Buy Toddlers Ejection. (HD) Good Buy Good Buy Breaking Amish (HD) Castle: Kill Shot (HD) Castle Double life. (HD) Castle (HD) Castle (HD) Castle (HD) Falling Skies (HD) Falling Skies (HD) The Mentalist (HD) Adventure Regular Regular Gumball NinjaGo Titans Go! King King Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family Robot AUPS1 AUPS1 Dad (HD) Cops Cops Pawn Pawn S. Beach S. Beach S. Beach S. Beach Repo (N) Repo Bait Car Bait Car S. Beach S. Beach S. Beach S. Beach Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Raymond Raymond Hot in Cleveland (HD) Cleveland Cleveland Queens Queens Cleveland The Exes NCIS (HD) NCIS (HD) NCIS: Cracked (HD) Royal Pains (N) Necessary Rough (N) (:02) NCIS: L. A. (HD) (:02) Pains: Hankwatch (:02) Necessary Charmed (HD) Charmed (HD) L.A. Hair New footage. L.A. Hair Marriage Marriage: Grave Loss Pregnant: Secrets Pregnant: Parties Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) Rules Rules Rules Rules News (HD) Home Videos (HD) Rules Rules 30 Rock Scrubs

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Entertain- Save Me Save Me (N) The Office Parks & Rec. (:01) Hannibal: Releves (N) ment (N) (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) Inside Edi- The Big Bang (:31)2 1/2 (:01)Person of Interest: (:01) Elementary: Details tion (N) (HD) Men (HD) Shadow Box (HD) Open-and-shut case. (HD) Jeopardy! (N) Jimmy NBA Count 2013 NBA Finals: Game 4 z{| (HD) (HD) Kimmel (N) (HD) The Big Pic- Carolina Stories: Reflec- American Road to Victory Tomlinson Hill Family histoture (N) tions of Columbia (HD) ries. (N) (HD) The Big Bang The Big Bang Hell’s Kitchen: 6 Chefs Does Someone Have to WACH FOX News at 10 (HD) (HD) Compete (N) (HD) Go? (N) (HD) Nightly news report. Family Feud Family Feud White Collar: Forging Bonds White Collar: What Hap- Dish Nation The Office (HD) pens in Burma... (HD) (N) (HD)

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

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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) 16 Candles (:45) The Breakfast Club (‘85, Drama) Emilio Estevez. (HD) Showville (N) (HD) Small Town Small Town Showville (HD) Small Town Small Town The Italian Job (HD) To Be Announced Invasion (HD) Invasion (HD) Eating Giants: (HD) Eating Giants: (HD) Eating Giants: (HD) Eating Giants: (HD) Invasion (HD) 106 & Park (N) (HD) Waist Deep (‘06, Action) aa Tyrese Gibson. Video Girl (‘11, Drama) aa Adam Senn. Music video life. Wendy Williams (N) Battlefield (‘12) c (HD) To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Tabatha Takes (N) To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) Fugitives Bail jumpers. Greed Greed Mad Money Greed Greed Situation Room (HD) Erin Burnett OutFront Cooper 360° (N) (HD) Piers Morgan LIVE (N) Cooper 360° (HD) Erin Burnett OutFront Piers Morgan (HD) Cooper 360° (HD) South Prk Tosh (HD) Colbert Daily (HD) Chapplle Chapplle Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Sunny Sunny Daily (N) Colbert Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Daily (HD) Colbert Good Luck Jessie A.N.T. Good Luck Jessie 16 Wishes (‘10, Family) aa Debby Ryan. (HD) Gravity Good Luck Jessie Good Luck Good Luck Shake It A.N.T. Property Property Backyard Backyard Alaska: Last (HD) Buying Buying Property Property Buying Buying Property Property Alaska: Last (HD) (5:00) U.S. Open (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Best of the U.S. Open: First Round Encore Presentation no~ (HD) SportsCenter: from Bristol, Conn. (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsNation (HD) Sport Cntr 30 for 30: Broke (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) SportsNation (HD) SportsCenter (HD) U.S. Open no~ Alice in Wonderland (‘10, Fantasy) aac Stephen Fry. (HD) Twilight (‘08, Fantasy) aac Kristen Stewart. (HD) The 700 Club (N) Bel-Air Bel-Air Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (N) (HD) Giving You Giving You Food Network (HD) Chopped (HD) Giving You Giving You Insider Access Bull Riding no} West Coast Customs GameTime Insider UFC Unleashed (HD) World Poker (HD) UFC Countdown (HD) Sports Unlimited (HD) Brady Brady Brady Brady Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Love It Raiders (N) Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Renovation Raiders Hunters Hunters Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Swamp People (N) Mountain Men (HD) Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Without a Trace (HD) Without a Trace (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) House: The Fix (HD) House (HD) House (HD) Trading Spouses Trading Spouses Wife Swap Wife Swap Wife Swap Pretty Wicked (HD) (:02) Wife Swap (:02) Wife Swap Sponge Sponge VICTOR. Sam & Cat Big Time Wendell Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez Police Videos (HD) Police Videos (HD) Police Videos (HD) Impact Wrestling (N) (HD) Universal Soldier: Regeneration (‘10) aac (HD) Jail (HD) Jail (HD) Warehouse 13 (HD) Bigfoot (‘12) c Danny Bonaduce. (HD) Axe Giant (‘13, Horror) Amber Connor. Snow Beast (‘11, Thriller) a John Schneider. (HD) Axe Giant (‘13) Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Family Big Bang Big Bang Sullivan & Big Bang Conan (N) (HD) Sullivan & Conan (HD) Office The Mark of Zorro (‘40) aaac Tyrone Power. Brewster’s Millions (‘45) aac Laughter in Paradise (‘51) aac (:15) Good Neighbor Sam (‘64, Comedy) aaa Jack Lemmon. Cinderella 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 Castle (HD) Castle (HD) The Hero (N) (HD) 72 Hours (N) (HD) The Hero (HD) 72 Hours (HD) CSI: NY (HD) CSI: NY (HD) Adventure Regular Regular Orange Crew Regular King King Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family Eagleheart AUPS1 AUPS1 Dad (HD) Cops Cops Dumbest Dumbest World’s Dumbest (N) Top 20 Funniest (N) Top 20 Dumbest World’s Dumbest... Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Queens Queens Queens Queens Cleveland The Exes NCIS (HD) NCIS: Tribes (HD) NCIS (HD) Burn Notice (N) (HD) Graceland (N) (HD) (:02) Necessary (:03) Burn Notice (HD) (:03) Graceland (HD) Charmed (HD) Charmed (HD) L.A. Hair L.A. Hair (N) House of Curves (N) L.A. Hair Curves Fashion show. 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

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CABLE CHANNELS Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Suspects The Italian Job (‘03, Drama) aac Mark Wahlberg. (HD) Blood Diamond (‘06, Drama) aaac Leonardo DiCaprio. (HD) Breaking Bad (HD) Breaking Bad (HD) To Be Announced Treehouse (HD) Tanked (HD) Tanked (HD) Treehouse (N) (HD) Tanked (HD) Treehouse (HD) Tanked (HD) 106 & Park Rap battles. (N) (HD) Husbands Husbands Husbands Husbands Husbands Husbands Husbands Husbands Husbands Wendy Williams (HD) Trois 3: The Escort ac To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) Ult. Factories (HD) 60 Minutes Greed Mad Money 60 Minutes Greed 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 Tosh (HD) Colbert Daily (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Schumer Workaholic Tosh (HD) (:29) Joan Rivers Roast (HD) Half Hour Half Hour Harold & Kumar (HD) Good Luck Jessie Blog Blog Up (‘09, Comedy) aaac Edward Asner. (HD) Blog Good Luck Jessie Jessie Jessie Austin Austin Austin Sons of Guns (HD) Sons of Guns (HD) Sons of Guns (HD) How We Invented (N) Wild West (HD) How We: Guns Wild West (HD) Sons of Guns (HD) (5:00) U.S. Open (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Best of the U.S. Open: Second Round Encore Presentation (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) NFL Live (HD) Boxing Boxing Boxing Boxing Friday Night Fights z{| (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) Dancing Baby Daddy Accepted (‘06, Comedy) aac Justin Long. The 700 Club (N) Twisted: Pilot (HD) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Diners Diners Restaurant (HD) Diners Diners Diners Diners Mystery Mystery Diners Diners Diners Diners Mystery Mystery Golf Life Courtside Braves MLB Baseball: San Francisco Giants at Atlanta Braves z{| (HD) Post Game Post Game Driven MLB Baseball: San Francisco vs Atlanta (HD) Class (‘10, Romance) Jodi Lyn O’Keefe. (HD) Space Warriors (‘13) Danny Glover. (HD) Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Homes Market Market Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Market Market Hunters Hunters Freemasons (HD) 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: Soul (HD) Cold Case (HD) Hoarders (HD) Hoarders (HD) Hoarders (HD) Hoarders (HD) Hoarders (HD) (:01) Hoarders (HD) (:02) Hoarders (HD) (:02) Hoarders (HD) Sanjay Sanjay TMNT TMNT TMNT TMNT Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Remember the Titans (‘00, Drama) Denzel Washington. (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue Exit Exit The Beam Room. WWE SmackDown (HD) Continuum Defiance Continuum Defiance Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Family Yes Man (‘08, Comedy) aaa Jim Carrey. (HD) There Yet? There Yet? There Yet? There Yet? There Yet? Blades (5:45) The Seventh Dawn (‘64) William Holden. Dark Passage (‘47, Drama) Humphrey Bogart. Nightfall (‘57, Crime) aaa Aldo Ray. The Burglar (‘57) aac Dan Duryea. (:15) Piano Player (‘60) Bridesmaid Bridesmaid DC Cupcakes (N) (HD) Borrowed Borrowed Randy (N) (HD) Gown (N) Gown Randy: Denver (HD) Gown Gown Borrowed Borrowed Castle (HD) Castle (HD) Law Abiding Citizen (‘09) aaa Jamie Foxx. (HD) King & Maxwell (HD) A Time to Kill (‘96, Drama) aaa Sandra Bullock. Racial murder. (HD) Adventure Regular Regular Titans Go! Cartoon Planet (N) King King Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family Robot AUPS1 AUPS1 Dad (HD) Cops Cops Pawn Pawn Hardcore Hardcore Hardcore Hardcore Bait Car Bait Car Bait Car Bait Car Hardcore Hardcore Hardcore Hardcore Gold Girl Gold Girl Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends SVU: Consent (HD) SVU: Pique (HD) SVU: Bound (HD) SVU: Prodigy (HD) SVU (HD) SVU (HD) CSI: Crime (HD) CSI: Crime (HD) Marriage: Grave Loss Bridezillas (HD) Bridezillas (N) (HD) Marriage Camp (N) Pregnant Dating (N) Marriage Bridezillas (HD) Pregnant: Revelations Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met News (HD) Home Videos (HD) Rules Rules 30 Rock Scrubs

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HIGHLIGHTS The Middle 8:00 p.m. on WOLO Frankie and Mike try to get the kids to confess about who broke the family room window by installing the wheel of pain; Frankie tries to please her no-nonsense dental assisting school teacher in order to gain a prime spot in the dental rotation. (HD) Spike Guys Choice 2013 Frankie (Patricia 9:00 p.m. on Heaton) is desSPIKE perate to please The 2013 Guys her dental-assis- Choice awards show aims to contant school teacher on "The tinue the celebration of all things Middle," airing considered manly Wednesday at 8 p.m. on WOLO. by declaring undeniable winners of male-friendly categories, including “Funniest M.F.,” “Best Lincoln” and “Most Dangerous Man.” Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 9:00 p.m. on WIS While an ex-undercover detective, Brian Cassidy, prepares to testify against a pimp named Bart Ganzel, a woman comes forward and accuses him of rape; the prosecutions push for a victory during the case has surprising consequences. (HD) Chef Roblé & Co. 10:00 p.m. on BRAVO Chef Roble becomes overwhelmed with the theme of his latest androgynous party for internet sensation, B. Scott; after a fight with her brother, Jasmine questions whether she should have returned; a client fires up after their requests are not made. Necessary Roughness 10:01 p.m. on USA Dani faces life-changing events as the Hawks are taken over by new management, Nico returns and a powerful sports and entertainment management agency offers her a position; Dani has to help a baseball star overcome a fear of flying.

HIGHLIGHTS Save Me 8:00 p.m. on WIS After receiving a message to be a Good Samaritan, Beth makes the decision to help out an elderly neighbor, though soon learns that the rest of the neighborhood and her family were hoping to finally be rid of their nuisance permanently. (HD) Pawn Stars 9:00 p.m. on HIST The guys enter tough negotiations for a couple of punching bags owned by the only undefeated boxing champion, Rocky Marciano, and later, a 1800s Swiss Doxa pocket watch enters the shop; the Old Man shows his boxing skills. (HD) 72 Hours 9:00 p.m. on TNT Strangers are dropped off in the Lost Coast of New Zealand, where they must navigate the dense forests, limestone cliffs and massive sand dunes with a GPS device in order to find a briefcase filled with a large amount of money. (HD) Small Town Security 10:00 p.m. on AMC Brian Taylor attempts to gather the men together for a male-only outing; a member of the staff enjoys nostalgic moments during a camping trip; Christa and the Chief are left to entertain one another while the men are away. (HD) Elementary Sherlock (Jonny 10:01 p.m. on WLTX Lee Miller) Sherlock investiinvestigates when Detective gates what at first Bell is attacked appears to be an open-and-shut case while off-duty after Detective Bell on "Elementary," Thursday is attacked, but the at 10:01 p.m. on case takes a drastic turn when the susWLTX. pect is found dead; Sherlock tries to persuade Joan to learn some self-defense. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS Law Abiding Citizen 8:00 p.m. on TNT A decade after his wife and child were brutally murdered, a brilliant inventor intends to exact revenge on everyone who was involved in allowing one of the killers to eventually go free, including the attorney who spearheaded the plea bargain. (HD) Shark Tank 8:00 p.m. on WOLO An already successful entrepreneur steps in to pitch a comfortable pillow, meanwhile two Texans offer the Sharks a 100% stake in their new venture; two baseball players hope to find an investor for their chewing tobacco alternative. (HD) Blood Diamond 9:00 p.m. on AMC During a bloody civil war in 1990s Sierra Leone, a daring Afrikaner ex-mercenary, who smuggles diamonds, helps a Mende fisherman locate his refugee family in exchange for an enormous pink gem hidden near a remote savannah. (HD) McGarrett (Alex Hawaii Five-0 O'Loughlin) is 9:00 p.m. on WLTX investigates On the eve of an when a working election, the govergirl's body is nor discreetly asks found in a miss- the team to investigate the murder of ing congressa dead prostitute man's bed on "Hawaii Five-0," found in the bed of a missing congressairing Friday at 9 p.m. on WLTX. man; Danny goes to court in order to find out if he will get partial custody of Grace. (HD) Treehouse Masters 10:00 p.m. on ANPL Pete must put his visionary talents to the test when asked to build a peaceful ranch retreat in a Texas oak tree, and the intricate plumbing for the steam shower and soaking tub as well as the general space constraints, make it a real challenge. (HD)


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16 Blocks 8:00 p.m. on AMC An alcoholic cop is given the task of driving a witness to the courthouse to testify, an assignment that is supposed to keep him out of trouble, but their drive is interrupted when the person he’s to testify against attempts to kill them. (HD) My Cat from Hell 8:00 p.m. on ANPL Snickers the show cat is no longer happy with the attention it gets at shows, so its owners ask Jackson to find the cause of its attitude change; Dexter’s owner’s poor health is worsened by the cat’s constant meowing, so they seek Jackson’s help. (HD) Zero Hour 8:00 p.m. on Laila (Jacinda WOLO Barrett) is held White Vincent is captive by still holding Laila White Vincent captive, but in his on "Zero Hour," weak and vulnera- airing Saturday ble state she conat 8 p.m. on vinces him to tend WOLO. to his wounds, all the while looking for the opportunity to escape; White Vincent barters Laila’s release to Hank for help to the next clock. (HD) AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Mel Brooks 9:00 p.m. on TNT Countless admirers come together at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, Calif., in order to present the incredible Mel Brooks with the 41st AFI Life Achievement Award for his excellence in the entertainment arts and his long reign as the king of comedy. (HD) I Love You, Man 10:00 p.m. on COM A man without any male friends runs into a problem after he proposes to the woman of his dreams, so with the help of his family and her friends, he attempts to go on a few “man dates” to make friends and secure a best man for his wedding.

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MOVIE HIGHLIGHTS A The Admirable Crichton aaa ‘57 Kenneth More. A butler must maintain order when a family of aristocrats is shipwrecked. NR (1:45) TCM Fri. 12:30pm.

B Batman Begins aaac ‘05 Christian Bale. A billionaire develops a dual personality to fight crime in Gotham City. PG-13 (3:31) SPIKE Sun. 8:29pm. The Breakfast Club aaac ‘85 Emilio Estevez. Five very different students learn about each other during a weekend detention. R (2:15) AMC Thu. 6:45pm., Fri. 1:45pm.

C Clerks aaac ‘94 Brian O’Halloran. Two slackers deal with irate and bizarre customers. R (2:00) COM Mon. 2:02am.

ACROSS 1. One of the Simpsons 5. “Last __ Standing” 8. Site for buyers and sellers 9. “What’ll __ __”; Irving Berlin song 10. Actress on “Parks and Recreation” (2) 14. “__ Family” 15. Sonny and Cher, once 17. Sahara and Gobi 21. Sothern or Jillian 22. Be in the red 23. Center of the city 28. Name for a Stooge 29. “Madagascar: Escape 2 __”; 2008 Ben Stiller film

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31. Role on “NCIS: Los Angeles” (2) 35. Patricia Heaton’s alma mater, for short 36. “__ 222” (1969-74) 37. Ruby or topaz 38. Invitation letters DOWN 1. Arthur, for one 2. Defensive missile, for short 3. Actor Burr 4. Keyboard goof 5. Winnie-the-Pooh’s creator 6. Fruity drink 7. Conjunction 11. “The __ Couple” 12. Special-order shoe

The Defiant Ones aaa ‘58 Tony Curtis. Chain gang escapees put aside their distrust in order to survive. NR (2:00) TCM Sat. 2:00pm.

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 (2:28) AMC Sun. 10:04am. The Expendables aaac ‘10 Sylvester Stallone. A team of mercenaries are sent into South America to overthrow a dictator. R (2:30) SPIKE Wed. 4:00pm, 6:30pm.

F Fight Club aaaa ‘99 Brad Pitt. An underground fight club escalates into an organization dedicated to anarchy. R (3:00) AMC Mon. 9:30am.

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Dark Passage aaa ‘47 Humphrey Bogart. Framed for killing his wife, a man escapes prison and undergoes plastic surgery. NR (2:00) TCM Fri. 8:00pm.

His Girl Friday aaac ‘40 Cary Grant. A newspaper editor tries to convince his exwife to cover one last story. NR (1:45) TCM Tue. 10:45pm. The Hitch-Hiker aaa ‘53 Edmond O’Brien. Two friends pick up a hitchhiker who turns out to be a sadistic serial killer. NR (1:30) TCM Tue. 5:30pm.

13. Periods of time: abbr. 15. Hoover, for one 16. Prefix for cycle or form 18. Actor Ray and his family 19. Word in the title of Jon Cryer’s series 20. “We’re off to __ the Wizard...” 24. Ryan’s daughter 25. Many a time 26. Twisted 27. Nothing 30. Singer Vikki 31. Greedy person 32. 90º from NNE 33. Andrew Cuomo or Jerry Brown: abbr. 34. Napoleon or Hirohito: abbr.

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 (2:02) COM Sat. 10:00pm. Imitation of Life aaac ‘59 Lana Turner. A struggling actress allows a homeless woman to become her maid. NR (2:15) TCM Wed. 8:00pm.

K The Kingdom aaa ‘07 Jamie Foxx. An FBI agent rounds up an elite team to capture a terrorist in Saudi Arabia. R (2:30) AMC Mon. 12:30pm. King Kong aaac ‘05 Naomi Watts. Filmmaker goes on expedition to seek legendary giant gorilla named Kong. PG-13 (4:00) AMC Sun. 2:30pm.

L The Lavender Hill Mob aaa ‘51 Alec Guinness. A meek bank agent enlists a souvenir maker to help him steal and smuggle gold. NR (1:30) TCM Sun. 8:00pm. Loss of Innocence aaac ‘61 Kenneth More. A British girl vacationing in France comes of age. NR (1:45) TCM Fri. 4:00pm.

M The Mark of Zorro aaac ‘40 Tyrone Power. The champion of the oppressed falls in love with an evil governor’s niece. NR (2:00) TCM Thu. 6:00pm. Monsters, Inc. aaac ‘01 John Goodman. A city of monsters is thrown into a panic by a little girl’s arrival. G (2:00) DISN Sat. 8:00pm.

N Notorious aaac ‘46 Cary Grant. In order to aid a dashing a U.S. government agent, a woman marries a Nazi spy. NR (2:35) BET Tue. 9:30pm.

O Once Upon a Time in the West aaaa ‘68 Claudia Cardinale. After her husband is murdered, a widow battles a railroad magnate over land. NR (4:00) AMC Sat. 11:30am.

P The Palm Beach Story aaa ‘42 Claudette Colbert. An inventor’s wife plans to divorce him so she can raise money for his project. NR (1:45) TCM Sat. 8:00pm.

R Remember the Titans aaa ‘00 Denzel Washington. Black football coach replaces popular, white coach at newly integrated school. PG (2:30) SPIKE Fri. 9:00pm., Sat. 4:30pm.

S Seven Chances aaac ‘25 Buster Keaton. A man must marry by 7 p.m. in order to get an inheritance of millions. NR (1:00) TCM Thu. 4:30am. Shoot the Piano Player aaac ‘60 Charles Aznavour. A piano player’s secret identity is exposed, jeopardizing his new relationship. NR (1:30) TCM Fri. 1:15am.

Shutter Island aaac ‘10 Leonardo DiCaprio. A U.S. Marshal searches an insane asylum on a remote island for an inmate. R (2:59) USA Sun. 12:01am., Mon. 8:00am.

T The Talk of the Town aaac ‘42 Jean Arthur. A Supreme Court hopeful befriends a construction worker framed for murder. NR (2:15) TCM Sun. 2:00pm. Total Recall aaac ‘90 Arnold Schwarzenegger. A man uncovers his other life after receiving memory implants of a trip to Mars. R (2:00) TNT Sun. 3:00am.

U Up aaac ‘09 Edward Asner. An elderly widower flies his house to South America to fulfill a lifelong dream. PG (2:00) DISN Fri. 8:00pm., Sat. 9:00am. The Usual Suspects aaaa ‘95 Stephen Baldwin. Five crooks fall into a scheme directed by a mysterious criminal mastermind. R (2:30) AMC Fri. 4:00pm.

W Woman of the Year aaac ‘42 Spencer Tracy. A renowned political columnist and a sportswriter start a relationship. NR (2:00) TCM Tue. 12:30am. Written on the Wind aaac ‘56 Rock Hudson. Wealth, greed and unbridled lust plague a playboy millionaire and his sister. NR (2:00) TCM Sat. 4:00pm.

Y Yes Man aaa ‘08 Jim Carrey. A man learns that saying yes to everything can give him a fresh start on life. PG-13 (2:00) TBS Fri. 9:00pm., Sat. 1:00pm.

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