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Local Jews prepare to celebrate Passover BY JADE ANDERSON janderson@theitem.com While many in America might be thinking of Easter, others are preparing for a different holiday. Passover begins at sundown Monday for those who practice Judaism. “It tells the story of the Jews leaving Egypt to escape the tyranny of the Pharaoh,” said Susan Scouten, temple board secretary and past sisterhood secretary for Temple Sinai. “They crossed the Red Sea and couldn’t bring leavened bread. So for eight days, we eat unleavened products basically honoring their escape from Egypt.” The Torah — “what most call the first five books of the Old Testament,” Scouten said — says to celebrate Pass-

ays, ys, but because of over for seven days, i ication and faulty callimited communication w started celebrating ws endars, some Jews a ard eight days to “guard b bilagainst the possibility of error,” statess i ism. www.reformjudaism. org. The local temple is a reform congregation, Scouten said. While “a dependable calendar exists” today, the praced d “intice has remained mee worshipers, grained” for some the site states. SEE PASSOVER, PAGE A4

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Robert Johnson, a former corrections officer at Lee Correctional Institution, tells the story recently of how he was shot in March 2010 by a man reportedly hired to fulfill a mercenary contract placed on him.

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Surviving a hit Former prison captain shares account of near-fatal shooting EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first of a twopart story detailing the gruesome shooting of corrections officer Robert Johnson, his recovery and his pending lawsuit against many cellphone companies in connection with the shooting. BY ROB COTTINGHAM rcottingham@theitem.com Imagine yourself at home, getting out of bed to get ready for work. Still in your pajamas, the sun has yet to peep over the horizon as you trudge into the bathroom. The heat from the bed still encompassing your body, the cold tile floor startles you slightly and sends little chills up your legs. You stare into the mirror for a moment, looking for anything unusual as you let out a heavy sigh thinking about the toils of the oncoming day. You’re weary, but safe and calm. It’s just another day, which is plenty soothing for you. Boom Suddenly, your mind is jarred by the bonechilling sound of a man kicking in your door, yelling at the top of his lungs. Before your mind can even grasp the faintest concepts of reality, you step out of the bathroom and face a most terrifying reality as a large mass stands before you, arms stretched forward. A glint of silver stops your heart. Click-click You are now face to face with a loaded gun.

ABOVE: Joshua Peeples, 3, and Cheyenne Burrell, 7, kept their attention on a magic show by Atlanta company Houdini’s World on Saturday at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 10813 in South Sumter. RIGHT: Harry “Houdini” Simmons shows a paper trick to Jada Robinson, 8, of Sumter on Saturday. BELOW: Simmons showed different newspaper tricks to kids on Saturday during his show.

RIGHT: The magician shows his audience on Saturday how he accomplishes the trick of making a handkerchief disappear. PHOTOS BY ROBERT J. BAKER / THE ITEM

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Item staff bring home press awards Jack Osteen selected as press group head FROM STAFF REPORTS

Item staffers were recognized for their work this weekend, bringing home nine awards, including a second-place General Excellence recognition among small daily newspapers in the state. The awards were presented Saturday during the South Carolina Press Association’s Annual Meeting and Awards Presentation held in Greenville. The Item’s specialty publication Lakeside, which focuses on a fivecounty area surrounding Lakes

Marion and Moultrie, also garnered a second-place award among other specialty publications or magazines published in the state. The Item is proud of all of its winners. However, the newspaper is particularly proud of its win for General Excellence, which exemplifies the work of the entire newsroom staff. General excellence takes into consideration the entire quality of the newspaper, including quality and quantity of local news, balance and depth of coverage, design and layout, photographs, sports and lifestyle cov-

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GREENVILLE — Jack Osteen, publisher of The Item, was elected president of the S.C. Press Association at the group’s annual meeting Saturday at The Westin Poinsett Hotel. Other officers elected are: Morrey Thomas, publisher of the News and Press in Darlington, as weekly vice president; Judi Mundy Burns, OSTEEN publisher of the Index-Journal in

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Attorneys remember 50th anniversary of case Gideon v. Wainwright decision meant indigent defendants entitled to attorneys BY ROBERT J. BAKER bbaker@theitem.com Third Circuit Judge George C. James says he can’t imagine a legal system where attorneys aren’t working actively for their clients on both sides. Thanks to a Supreme Court decision made five decades ago, he nor other circuit court judges have to. Last week attorneys across the nation — and in our 3rd Judicial Circuit — stopped to remember Gideon v. Wainwright, a case in which the nation’s highest court decided FINNEY unanimously that state courts are required under the Fourteenth Amendment to provide counsel in criminal cases for de- HOWLE fendants charged with felonies who are unable to afford their own attorneys. “The decision set in motion the greatest transformation to the American criminal justice system in history,” said 3rd Circuit Public Defender Jack Howle in comments sent to The Item. “At the same time, it brought forth a profound and dramatic shift in social justice ... At its core, Gideon is the promise of justice for the poorest and most vulnerable

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citizens of our society.” Clarence Earl Gideon had petitioned the court in pencil on prison stationary from the Florida State Penitentiary, arguing that he had been denied counsel during a trial in 1961 for breaking and entering. Gideon had been named a suspect in the June 3, 1961, burglary at the Bay Harbor Pool Room in Panama City, Fla. At his trial, Gideon petitioned Judge Robert McCrary to appoint a lawyer but was denied because the state only appointed attorneys to defendants charged with GIDEON capital offenses at the time. A jury found him guilty after only 10 minutes of deliberations, and he was sentenced to five years in JAMES prison. Washington, D.C., attorney and future Supreme Court Justice Abe Fortas represented Gideon before the court, who wrote on March 18, 1963, that “Any person (brought) into court who is too poor to hire a lawyer could not be assured a fair trial unless counsel is provided for him.” “I think that one thing became glaringly clear from Gideon’s case,” James said. “Probably a lot of people who

may have been not 1969. Public deON THE NET guilty were likely fenders, much like found guilty simply solicitors, operate See a because they didn’t within judicial cirstatement have effective assiscuits. Howle overfrom tance of counsel.” sees the 3rd Judicial Howle and Before the Gideon Circuit, which en16th Circuit Public decision, the court compasses WilDefender Harry had ruled in two liamsburg, Clarenother landmark cases Dest online. don, Lee and Sumthat indigent defenter counties. Eligiwww.theitem.com dants were entitled bility for a defento attorneys when dant to have a pubfacing the death penlic defender apalty or when they pointed is based on were illiterate or otherwise factors such as the number of mentally incapable of reprepeople living in the housesenting themselves. Third hold, real estate holdings, Circuit Solicitor Ernest bank statements and yearly “Chip” Finney III said the income. Gideon decision forever “I think the public defend“changed the landscape of ers get the most flack,” James how citizens were treated in said. “But they’re some of the the courts of this nation.” most capable attorneys. “The ability to have a lawThey’re always in court.” yer explain the inner workSumter Assistant Public ings of the legal process is ex- Defender Julie Richard said tremely important to a perin January she feels like she son who is not well educated defends her office nearly as or not able to afford a private much as she defends her clilawyer, whether he be innoents. cent or guilty,” Finney said. “Some of our clients have James agreed, saying the it in their brains that we’re process moves along “much not real attorneys,” she said. more smoothly and quickly” “It surprises me the depth when there are “capable atwith which our clients firmly torneys on all sides.” believe that just because you “I think even prosecutors pay for it, you’re going to get will tell you that it’s a lot eas- something better, despite the ier to try a case when you fact that we go out of our way have a capable and experifor our clients and despite enced lawyer on the other the fact that we work on a side,” James said. “And we’re full-time basis in this posifortunate in (Sumter) to have tion. We are in court every excellent lawyers. And in this single month.” circuit, we have excellent James said that the court’s public defenders.” decision in Gideon also gave He said the decision also the judicial system the fairmade South Carolina create ness to which it always asits public defender system in pired.

“A lot of the general public don’t understand that the system we have relies entirely on the perception that we’re fair,” James said. “No one is entitled to a perfect trial, but everyone is entitled to a fair trial. So even if you have someone represent himself in a criminal proceeding, that he has the concrete option to have an attorney is what makes our system work at its fundamental level.” Finney agreed. “The Gideon case was a responsible reaction toward the goal of balance in the legal system,” he said. “Judges, lawyers and other court personnel want only the guilty prosecuted and punished. In today’s highly competitive society, where having a criminal record can materially affect the quality of life one enjoys, having a lawyer can mean the difference between being cleared of any wrongdoing or having a permanent record.” Howle said ultimately Gideon’s case and story “(reveal) the American judicial system at its very best.” “And it reaffirms the basic sense of human justice on which it is founded,” he said. James said a 21st century court system without Gideon would be “entirely overcrowded.” “People think we have a backlog now? Imagine if we didn’t have Gideon,” James said. “We’d have it much, much worse.” Reach Robert J. Baker at (803) 774-1211.

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Bypass Committee meeting open to public The three-person Bypass Committee for the City of Bishopville will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday in the Colclough Building. This meeting is open to the public, but no public comments will be allowed.

Committee will consider draft of long-range plan The policy committee of the Sumter Urban Area Transportation Study will meet Monday to consider the preliminary draft of the area’s long-range transportation plan. The plan, covering everything from the shape of roadways and public transit routes to bicycle paths and pedestrian walkways, has been formulated in a couple of public open houses over the past six months. Input from the public is helping to formulate the first update to the area’s transport plan since 2007. The meeting will be held at 4 p.m. in the City Centre, 25 N. Main St., beside the Sumter Opera House. Committee members will vote on whether to adopt the plan with any final changes at another meeting in April. Residents can view a copy of the long-range transportation plan online at www.sumtersc.gov/suatsreports.aspx.

Dinner, auction to raise money for orphans tion, health care and a family to be with. Six hundred would fund an entire project for a The Sumter Orphan Advomonth.” cacy Team is offering locals a The money raised at the chance to help some of the event will help fund some 153 million orphans around projects that don’t currently the world. have church sponsors or “Those numbers are real where perhaps World Orpeople,” said Nathan “Nate” phans cannot send teams, Livesay, director of advocacy. such as the Sudan and Iraq, “It’s easy to talk about statishe said. tics, but people get lost in the It could also be used to numbers. When you put the start new programs. It’s easier number with names and to show potential partner faces, it’s hard to know what to churches what the project do. You can be overwhelmed, looks like once it is started (but) you can make a big difrather than talk about what it ference from will look like, right here in WORLD ORPHANS BENEFIT Livesay said. Sumter.” DINNER AND SILENT AUCTION And alThe group though he is a is holding a WHEN: 7 to 9 p.m. April 12 member of dinner and si- WHERE: Alice Drive Baptist Church, 1305 Alice Drive lent auction Loring Mill Road Baptist to benefit COST: Tickets are $25 for individuals and Church where World Or$40 per couple the event is phans, a nonNOTES: Childcare will be provided, and prebeing held, it’s profit that has registration is required. Chief Complaint will not sponsored 50 projects in be the featured band. by the church 17 countries. FOR MORE: Contact Nate Livesay, director or restricted “What we of advocacy, at (803) 983-2076 or nate@ to church do is churchworldorphans.org. members. to-church “When we partnership,” built this facilLivesay said. “American ity 11 or 12 years ago, we churches fund teams each wanted it to be open for the year to help expand the minis- community to use,” said try to help children. Because Condy Richardson, outreach our projects are through local pastor at Alice Drive Baptist. churches, they don’t cost as “Our mission statement is ‘we much. For $30, you can supexist to help as many people port a child for a month in Af- as possible take the next step rica providing food, educatoward Christ.’ We care about BY JADE ANDERSON janderson@theitem.com

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Nathan “Nate” Livesay, center, director of advocacy for Sumter Orphan Advocacy Team, hugs two children on his recent trip to Haiti. He and some other Sumterites plan to go again in October.

people because people have value. “We want to reach out to orphans and widows. The people we send out, they come back changed. They come back more passionate to help in Sumter. I get really jazzed about that.” That’s what happened to Livesay. He traveled to Ethiopia with a World Orphans team in December of 2011. By May of 2012, he had formed The Sumter Orphan Advocacy Team, the first such group in the state. And six months ago, he began working with the nonprofit full time. The group already has a number of items for auction such as tickets for Huffman

Helicopters in Myrtle Beach, a Palmetto Tire and Auto package and a Britton Road Cornhole set. “We have a wide variety,” Livesay said. “We’ll open the doors at 6:45 p.m. so people can take a look and bid.” Donations and table sponsors for $150 are still welcome, though, he said. “You can bring two other couples,” Livesay said. “Thirty or $50 for a date is not bad, and childcare is included.” For more information, to donate or to purchase tickets, contact Nate Livesay at (803) 983-2076 or nate@worldorphans.org. Reach Jade Anderson at (803) 774-1250.

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Local veteran doctors now seeing patients at Sumter Family Health BY JADE ANDERSON janderson@theitem.com Sumter Family Health Center recently added two new faces — sort of. Drs. Barney Williams and J.J. Britton, both 76, have been serving off and on at the center for nearly three years but recently made it their only place of work. “It was a good change to my schedule,” Williams said. “We’re at a time in our career where we wanted more definite control and better schedules.” Britton agreed. “Flexibility is what I talked about,” he said. “We can arrange our schedules ourselves.” While they both are known for delivering people’s children and grandchildren, they now focus on the gynecology part of being an OB/GYN. Gynecology looks more at reproductive development in women — annual breast exams and pap smears, ab-

dominal pains and infections, the doctors said. The OB part stands for obstetrics and is focused on the development and birth of babies. This allows the other OB/ GYN physicians, Dr. Carol B. Alan and Dr. Giselle Chandler, to focus on the babies part, said Holly Chase, director of community development. Between the two of them, the veteran doctors see anywhere from 20 to 28 patients a day depending on walkins, scheduled clients and no-shows. “We’ve loved having them here,” Chase said. “We’ve gotten a number of positive comments. We’re excited to expand our services and grow with the experience and the community connections they have.” The feeling is mutual. “These are good people to work with,” Britton said. Williams came to Sumter in 1969. He formed a women’s clinic with other physi-

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Dr. Barney Williams, left, Dr. Carol Alan, front center, Dr. Giselle Chandler, back, and Dr. J. J. Britton gather and show off their Sumter Family Health Center shirts. With Williams and Britton focusing on gynecology, Alan and Chandler can focus more on obstetrics.

cians that evolved into an OB/GYN practice. In 1986, his office merged with Britton’s. Britton came to Sumter in 1967 where he worked part time and was at Shaw Air Force Base. He became full time in 1970. The biggest changes they’ve seen are in technology and less invasive surgi-

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cal methods. “Who would have ever thought we’d be in a hole like this looking at a monitor,” Britton said, mimicking a laparoscopic surgery. “It’s amazing.” But some things have remained the same. “The general method, I don’t think, has changed at all,” Williams said. “We offer

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COLUMBIA — A suspended South Carolina sheriff is free on bond as he faces charges of official misconduct and giving favored inmates extra benefits. Chesterfield County Sheriff Sam Parker appeared before a judge Friday. He was indicted earlier this week and suspended from office by Gov. Nikki Haley. Parker is charged with four counts of misconduct in office and two counts of furnishing contraband to inmates. Each charge is a misdemeanor with a possible sentence of up to 10 years in prison. Parker is accused of letting friends carry badges without training, giving away weapons to people he knew and letting inmates have unsupervised visits with women and sleep outside jail with access to TV and alcohol.

Haley tells trustees school needs them COLUMBIA — South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley said trustees at troubled South Carolina State University must become more transparent and

unified to overcome the trouble facing the state’s only historically black public university. Haley’s meeting with trustees on Friday came as the Orangeburg school faces budget problems and enrollment declines.

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a listening ear and face time.” Some of their patients still come to see them. “It’s a big compliment, and we’ve enjoyed (the fact) some of the patients we formally saw have followed us down here,” Williams said. “The other big thing is we can deliver services to people who otherwise might not have been able to see us.” They plan to continue to work as long as circumstances allow. “As long as I’m blessed with good health and good folks to work with, I’ll work a little while longer,” Williams said. “There is some kind of pride in keeping your professional skills up to par. We do recertification every year, continue to attend meetings and read articles.” Britton agreed. “I love seeing people, engaging them and interacting with them,” he said. “There is also some satisfaction in defining and working out a problem an individual has.” For more information on Sumter Family Health Center’s women’s services, call (803) 774-4500 or visit www. sumterfhc.com. Reach Jade Anderson at (803) 774-1250.

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The first night or nights feature a special meal called the seder. The plate and table feature symbolic items, according to the website: • A shank bone symbolizes the lamb that was sacrificed in the past; • A roasted egg represents the Passover offering of ancient days as well as the continuing cycle of life; • Bitter herbs, usually horseradish or romaine lettuce, Scouten said, are a reminder of the

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retary Arne Duncan and former S.C. Gov. and U.S. Education Secretary Dick Riley. 2nd place — Spot sports story, Dennis Brunson, Lady Eagles take floor for first time since coach’s death. Brunson’s story focused on the Scott’s Branch varsity girls team in their first game after Coach Ruth Coard was killed in a vehicle crash. 2nd place — Single feature page design, Rob Cottingham, The Cap, The Crown, The Ring. Cottingham designed this business page, which highlighted the costs for high school students as they approach graduation. 2nd place — Photo Illustration, Rob Cottingham, The Cap, The Crown, The Ring. Cottingham used photography combined with computer design techniques to illustrate the story. 2nd place — General Excellence.

PASSOVER from Page A1 bitter life of slaves; • A mixture of fruits, nuts and seasoning to remind the Jews of the bricks and mortar the slaves made; • Greens symbolize the springtime of the year when this pilgrimage festival takes place; • Three pieces of unleavened bread called matzot; and • Salt water, a reminder of tears shed. The ceremony is set out in the Haggaddah, a prayer book, Scouten said. The 15 steps in-

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Greenwood, as daily vice president; and Ellen Priest, president and publisher of The Summerville Journal Scene, The (Goose Creek) Gazette and The Berkeley Independent in Moncks Corner, as treasurer. Elected to two-year terms on the SCPA Executive Committee are: Barbara Ball, publisher of The Voice of Blythewood and Fairfield County; Dan Cook, editor of the Free Times in Columbia; and Jane Pigg of Cheraw, publisher of The Link; and Gayle Smith, vice president of advertising for The Post and Courier in Charleston.

clude special blessings, a prescribed manner of eating the meal and the retelling the story of how God sent plagues including the death of the firstborn to Egypt to free His people. Sumter’s small congregation usually skips the ritual hand-washing parts, she said. During the ceremony, a break is taken to have a meal. This usually includes beef or chicken and vegetables, Scouten said. The only thing it may not have is leaven or any item that could be used to make leavened products such

as beans, corns and rice, she said. Then they pray out of the Haggaddah and have dessert, usually a sponge cake of finely ground matzah that Scouten said is “very airy.� Part of the celebration is inviting people, Scouten said. The service will begin at 6 p.m. Monday at Temple Sinai, 13 Church St., Sumter. For more information on Passover or other Jewish holidays, visit www.reformjudaism.org. Reach Jade Anderson at (803) 774-1250.

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HIT from Page A1 On March 5, 2010, this scene was Robert Johnson’s grim reality. “When that gun came up, my mind went blank,� Johnson said. “I don’t remember the shots. I don’t remember what they sound like or the flash — just terror.� The gunman would unload six rounds into Johnson’s body, wreaking havoc on his bones and internal organs as the most traumatic experience of his life began. “I never thought this would happen,� he said. “If I’d only taken the warnings more seriously....� PRELUDE

Prior to the shooting, Johnson, a veteran who served in the Air Force for 23 years, had been working at Lee Correctional Institution as part of his 15-year tenure with the South Carolina Department of Corrections. “I was a captain over contraband,� Johnson said. “My 11-man crew and I had the responsibility of finding and confiscating items prisoners weren’t supposed to have, such as drugs, cellphones and other items. Once we found it, we had to determine where it came from, how it got there, and then we closed off that source.� The 59-year-old Sumterite still has pride in how well he and his crew stifled the flow of contraband into the prison, but

that pride quickly fades to sadness when he looks back on the success that he thinks began the development of his plight. “Perhaps we were too good at it,� he said, his eyes gazing down in front of him as his smile dulled to a frown. Johnson knew just about all the ins and outs of contraband smuggling and the prison economy it fueled. What he didn’t know was that a top-ranking gang member was calling the shots from inside and he wasn’t too happy with the lack of product making its way into the prison. “I found out later that this man was a real, bigtime shot-caller,� Johnson explained. “He was one of the people we targeted specifically.� While the power and influence this inmate possessed within the prison was well-known, Johnson’s crew was unaware that reach extended far beyond the razorwire fences. Through an anonymous letter written to the warden, Johnson and his co-workers received a shocking tip from a concerned inmate. “Someone had put out a $5,000 contract on my life,� Johnson said. “Whoever it was, he wanted me dead. He knew who I was and what I did for the prison. He was angry that he and his people, in prison jargon, ‘weren’t being allowed to eat,’ or make money off contraband, in plain English.� Eventually, the top-hat inmate, who was later revealed to be one of the

leaders of a gang known as “The Crips,� found his retainers: two men recently released from Lee Correctional. Using a cellphone that was smuggled into the prison, the inmate reached out to them. The order had been given. “I never thought they’d come to my home and do this,� Johnson said. “I thought they might get one of the mentally challenged inmates to attack me or something, but I never thought they were sophisticated enough to pull this off.� A few months before the murder attempt, the Johnsons got a strange phone call from a man asking for a “Captain Johnson.� When Johnson answered the phone, the man hung up. Johnson said he now knows the phone call was made to confirm his location. Now all the hitman needed was a time. The night before the shooting, the Johnsons were puzzled by a knock at the door. “There was a man at the door saying he needed someone to come help jump-start his car,� Johnson said. “We don’t answer the door past a certain time, so my wife turned him away.� “I looked outside and saw a large man in front of the door,� Mary Johnson recalled. “I could see what he was wearing, but I couldn’t see his face. He then just ran off back down the street.� “He was trying to lure me into the street,� Johnson said. “We heard

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much later that one of the inmates tried to talk the big man out of the hit, but when he couldn’t, he simply asked that no one else be hurt. They were trying to isolate me.� Unfortunately for Johnson, the stranger at the door wasn’t discouraged by the lack of success of the first attempt. He would try again. PERIL

The next morning, Johnson woke up and walked into the back bathroom of his home and turned on the light. Nothing could have prepared him for the chaos that ensued. “I didn’t even get out of my pajamas before it happened,� Johnson said. “There was just a ‘boom!’ as a man shouted, ‘Police!’ as he kicked in my door. I knew something was wrong immediately. What would the police want with me at 5:30 in the morning?� Johnson then ventured out into the hallway to investigate. He shouted out to the intruder, hoping to draw the man away from his wife. “The man came into the hallway,� Johnson recalled. “He was a big ol’ boy. I immediately recognized him from the prison as a former inmate. We tussled in the hallway a bit, but he was so big. I had to warn my wife.� The Johnsons had established a warning system so that if any danger arose, Mrs. Johnson would know to flee to safety.

“I shouted as loud as I could, ‘You gonna shoot me? Are you going to shoot me? Shoot me!’� Johnson said. The gunman then fired two shots, prompting Mary to flee for her life. “I hesitated for a moment,� Mary Johnson said. “I heard the tussling and was creeping towards my door when the gunshot rang out. ‘Time to run,’ I told myself.� Mary then ran out of the house and to the gate, hoping to get away and find help. The gate was jammed. Her blood turned to ice. Johnson’s wife froze as the shooter came out onto the front porch. Mary recognized him as the man from the night before, asking for a jumpstart. “I just knew he was going to shoot me,� she said. “People who commit these kinds of crimes don’t leave witnesses. I was just waiting to be shot. Luckily, he just ran off, crashing through our lattice fence.� Mary then frantically ran back into the house, shouting out to her husband as she grabbed the phone, hoping she wasn’t too late. “All I could think was, ‘Lord, please let him be alive,’� she said. “Please, please let him be alive.� As she explained to the emergency operator what happened, she walked the 20-some-odd feet to the bathroom, each step a lifetime of fear. When she got to her husband, she

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couldn’t believe what she saw. “He was spread out, leaning against the bathtub, and conscious,� she said. “There was blood everywhere. I only heard the first two shots, but he’d been hit six times.� Already clamoring for what was left of his vitality, Johnson’s mind went blank. The second-long gap between seeing the gun and hitting the floor was a timeless lapse of despair. “I don’t remember anything between the tussle and laying against the tub,� Johnson said. “I remember thinking, ‘Man, that’s a big gun,’ then I was falling. Next thing I know, I woke up and saw one of the bullets next to me and all the blood on the bathroom floor. I thought to myself, ‘Man, this is going to be one bad day,’� Johnson said with a feeble chuckle, the torment from the distant event still painted across his face. Mary then wrapped her arms around her husband, fearing she was about to lose the love of her life. With emergency responders still miles away, the couple turned to the only force they knew could help, and began quoting Bible scriptures, praying things would not end as gravely as they feared. One thing was certain: the fight for Robert Johnson’s life had just begun. Reach Rob Cottingham at (803) 774-1225.

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Senate Democratic budget extends standoff with GOP WASHINGTON (AP) — An exhausted Senate gave pre-dawn approval Saturday to a Democratic $3.7 trillion budget for next year that embraces nearly $1 trillion in tax increases over the coming decade but shelters domestic programs targeted for cuts by House Republicans. While their victory was by a razor-thin 50-49 vote, it allowed Democrats to tout their priorities. Yet it doesn’t resolve the deep differences the two parties have over deficits and the size of government. Joining all Republicans voting no were four Democrats who face reelection next year in potentially difficult races: Sens. Max Baucus of Montana, Mark Begich of Alaska, Kay Hagan of North Carolina and Mark Pryor of Arkansas. Sen. Frank Lautenberg, D-N.J., did not vote. White House spokesman Jay Carney praised the Senate plan, saying in a statement it “will create jobs and cut the deficit in a balanced way.” While calling on both sides to find common ground, Carney did not hold out much hope for compromise with Republicans. The rival budget passed by the GOPled House cuts social programs too deeply, he said, and fails “to ask for a single dime of deficit reduction from closing tax loopholes for the wealthy and well-connected.” The Senate vote came after lawmakers labored through the night on scores of symbolic amendments, ranging from voicing support for letting states collect taxes on Internet sales to expressing opposition to requiring photo IDs for voters. Final approval came at about 5 a.m., capping an extraordinary 20 hours of votes and debate. As the night wore on, virtually all senators remained in the chamber, a rarity during a normal business day. But at that hour, most had nowhere else to go. The Senate’s budget would shrink annual federal shortfalls over the next decade to nearly $400 billion, raise unspecified taxes by $975 billion and cull modest savings from domestic programs. In contrast, a rival budget approved by the GOP-run House balances the budget within 10 years without boosting taxes. That blueprint — by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, R-Wis., his party’s vice presidential candidate last year — claims $4 trillion more in savings over the period than Senate Democrats by digging deeply into Medicaid, food stamps and other safety net programs for the needy. It would also transform the Medicare health care program for seniors into a voucherlike system for future recipients. “We have presented very different visions for how our country should work and who it should work for,” said Senate Budget Committee Chairman Patty Murray, D-Wash.

The long debate got testy at times. As the clock ticked past 1 a.m., Murray asked senators to show respect for colleagues “who may not be able to stand as long as us, or who are el-

derly.” Sen. David Vitter, R-La., shot back that Republicans were not trying to delay anything and wondered what flights or other appointments would be missed if senators voted until 7 a.m.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Here’s how area members of Congress voted on major issues in the week ending March 22. HOUSE 2014 REPUBLICAN BUDGET: Voting 221 for and 207 against, the House on March 21 approved a Republican budget plan (H Con Res 25) that would reach balance by fiscal 2023 through steps such as changing Medicare into a voucher program; cutting Medicaid and food stamps and converting them to blockgrant programs run by the states; repealing the Dodd-Frank financialregulation law and parts of the 2010 health law; cutting farm subsidies and slashing most discretionary spending programs other than defense. The fiscal plan opens the door to possible changes in Social Security. For 2014, it sets federal spending at $3.53 trillion and projects a $528 billion deficit. Authored by Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., this budget bars any tax increases while cutting the top individual tax rate from 39.6 percent to 25 percent; reducing the corporate rate from 35 percent to 25 percent; cutting taxes on corporate profits earned overseas; repealing the Alternative Minimum Tax and repealing tax measures in the 2010 health law. Ryan said he would reform the tax code to pay the nearly $6 trillion, 10-year cost of those and other tax cuts, but left it up to the Ways and Means Committee to determine how that would be done. A yes vote backed the GOP budget. VOTE H-1 slugged REPUBLICAN 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: James Clyburn, D-6 Not voting: None 2014 DEMOCRATIC BUDGET: Voting 165 for and 253 against, the House on March 20 rejected a Democratic budget that differed from the Republican plan (H Con Res 25, above) by increasing spending on programs such as education, transportation and scientific research; continuing traditional fee-for-service Medicare, Medicaid, food stamps and other safety-net programs as presently structured; levying $1.2 trillion in tax increases mainly on corporations and the wealthy and injecting $200 billion of stimulus into the economy to reduce unemployment. This budget would gradually lower annual deficits but would take decades to reach balance. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., said the Democratic plan “focuses on economic growth and strengthening the middle class� while the GOP budget “imposes European-style austerity by more than doubling the size of the sequester on essential investments to help the economy grow.� A yes vote backed the Democratic budget. VOTE H-2 slugged DEMOCRATIC SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Clyburn Voting no: Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney, Rice (SC) Not voting: None

March 20 defeated a budget authored by the Republican Study Committee, a caucus of the most conservative House members, that reached balance in four years by steps such as doubling non-defense cuts in the sequester, closing unspecified tax loopholes, opening the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to drilling and requiring the Keystone pipeline between Canada and the Gulf Coast to be built. This budget reinstated Bush-era tax cuts for the wealthy; established a flatter tax code that taxpayers could choose instead of the existing one; repealed estate taxes and indexed the capital-gains rate to inflation. Additionally, it permanently lowered the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 25 percent and, for one year, allowed U.S. corporations to repatriate profits from overseas at a 5.25 percent tax rate. Paul Broun, R-Ga., said, “I’m amazed by the sheer ignorance of the economic disaster that our country is facing. We have to dig deeper and make real, targeted cuts, and there has to be a sense of urgency about it. Only (this) budget actually cuts our baseline spending level.� A yes vote backed the conservatives’ budget. VOTE H-3 slugged CONSERVATIVES’

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March 20 defeated a liberal budget sponsored by the Congressional Progressive Caucus. With a goal of creating seven million jobs, this budget would immediately inject $544 billion into the economy for purposes such as hiring teachers, building public works and reviving neighborhoods. Additionally, progressives would reduce military spending to 2006 levels, expand unemployment insurance, repeal the sequester’s cuts in non-defense programs, add a public option to the 2010 health law and require lower, negotiated drug prices for Medicare recipients. This budget would tax capital gains and dividends as ordinary income; raise taxes on incomes over $1 million and levy new taxes on carbon and financial transactions. Jim McDermott, DWash., said, “Now is not the time for austerity. It is the time for the government to invest where the private sector won’t. With lower unemployment, fewer people need public assistance and more people pay taxes. That’s how you shrink the deficit. That’s fiscal responsibility.� A yes vote backed the progressives’ budget. VOTE H-4 slugged PROGRESSIVES’

SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney Voting no: Rice (SC) Not voting: Clyburn

SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Clyburn Voting no: Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney, Rice (SC) Not voting: None

PROGRESSIVES’ 2014 BUDGET: Voting 84 for and 327 against, the House on

CONGRESSIONAL BLACK CAUCUS BUDGET: Voting 105 for and 305

against, the House on March 20 defeated a fiscal blueprint authored by the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC). This budget increased revenue by $2.7 trillion over 10 years by steps such as closing corporate tax loopholes and ending preferential tax rates for capital gains and dividends. While not reaching balance, it achieved more deficit reduction over 10 years than recommended by the Simpson-Bowles commission. The CBC budget canceled the sequester, launched a $500 billion jobs bill, blocked changes sought by Republicans in Medicare and Medicaid and averted the GOP’s planned cuts in domestic programs. A yes vote backed the Congressional Black Caucus budget. VOTE H-5 slugged BLACK SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Clyburn Voting no: Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney, Rice (SC) Not voting: None

TOURS: Voting 45 for and 54 against, the Senate on March 19 refused to fund a resumption of public tours of the White House and visitor services at national parks that have been suspended because of spending cuts in the sequester. The money was to be shifted from a National Park Service account for preserving cultural and historical sites. The amendment was offered to a bill (HR 933), later passed, that would fund government operations for the final six months of fiscal 2013. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., said “the National Park Service does have something to do with the White House tours. It is not a Secret Service problem, it is a national park problem.� A yes vote was to restore funding for White House tours. VOTE S-1 slugged WHITE SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Lindsey Graham, R, Tim Scott, R Voting no: None Not voting: None

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SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 2013 To submit a letter to the editor, e-mail letters@theitem.com

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n the obituary for David Peek, who died last Saturday, it noted that “He loved the written and spoken word” among his many interests. More precisely, the words he wrote as an award-winning Item columnist for 15 years surely loved what he could do with them. He was more than just a writer: he was a skilled wordsmith who described himself as a “general interest columnist. That means I generally write what’s of interest to me. If the readers like it, even better.” David wrote those words in 2008 when he announced the return of his column after a brief sabbatical. There was a lot of tongue in cheek in David’s announcement as he made fun of himself while still reminding readers he was a serious writer. And he told all he was “a people person” because he enjoyed telling stories, not just about people he had known or wished he had but about things, such as the column he wrote about squirrels, or shoes and hats. PEEK Nothing was off limits. That’s what good column writers do – they focus on any and everything. The sky’s the limit. He once took on the daunting task of doing a profile of Charlie Walker, South Carolina’s (and Kingstree’s) version of Will Rogers. Charlie was regarded as being one of the greatest storytellers in the history of the Pee Dee. His homespun wit and wisdom could be heard on Kingstree’s local station WDKD for the better part of 60 years, and he wrote a column for the Kingstree News and the Florence Morning News. David was more than up to the task, capturing the essence of a memorable and beloved character for the enjoyment of Item readers. We expect to reprint the Walker profile in the weeks to come. David, being an honest writer, had opinions, and he was no shrinking violet in expressing them. He consistently and fearlessly lambasted school administrators in the now defunct District 17 (one wonders what he might be saying today about the consolidated school district) and railed against “healthy Easter baskets,” pulp-free orange juice and four-way stop signs. He didn’t mind if his critics thought his column “made a wonderful pooper-scooper because the slick wording allowed anything I said to simply slide right off … I used to let that criticism bother me, but I’m older and wiser now. My motto has become, ‘Don’t get mad, say it again (with fervor.)’” His writing was not confined to The Item. There was a more serious and generous side as he led the way in writing the history of his church, the Church of the Holy Comforter, to which he was deeply loyal as a person of strong Christian faith. David honored this community by being in its midst for most of his 69 years and contributing mightily to its improvement and growth, insisting through his writings that honest and thoughtful dialogue would keep its citizens on their toes, even if it meant stepping on them from time to time. He honored this newspaper, too, for allowing us to share his wisdom and wit on our pages for so many productive years. Sumter has lost a strong voice who proved that an inspired pen is mightier than the status quo.

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March Madness has me digging in the attic

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oday you’ll notice the accompanying photograph of one of Sumter’s greatest basketball players of all time, the late Clarke Bynum. Clarke passed away in September 2007 at age 45 after a long battle with cancer. He’s seen here putting up his beautiful “Sumter HomeBoy Jumper” over the legendary University of Virginia center Ralph Graham Sampson OSTEEN during a game at UVA in 1981. Whenever Clemson played at Virginia, Clarke would get me some great tickets behind the Clemson bench, and we’d drive over from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va., to see the game. Afterward, we’d think of creative ways to cause trouble in UVA’s extremely snobby fraternity houses, and we always succeeded. If straight-arrow Clarke knew some of my rowdy college friends, he definitely wouldn’t have arranged for the tickets. I took the photograph, as you can tell, from on the floor behind the Clemson bench, and was pleased to come across it recently in an envelope full of old negatives I found among some other treasures in my parents’ attic. I plan to continue leaking the contents out to the public slowly in the coming months. Some of the stuff is just too funny not to share, including letters from my Sumter pals when we were all away at

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The late Clarke Bynum of Sumter shoots a jumper for Clemson University during a game at the University of Virginia in 1981. At lower left is Virginia All-American center Ralph Sampson, who went on to play for several NBA teams.

school. It’s striking how thorough we were at writing detailed letters back before “The Google.” Some of the letter writers are now somehow considered prominent citizens, so it will be a delicate editing exercise on my part. It’s impossible for me not to think of our friend Clarke when the NCAA tournament starts because we all loved basketball so much around here growing up. It was a huge part of our lives. For those who played with the big man through the years, there’s no forgetting how helpless you felt when all 6-feet, 7-inches of Clarke started

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

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

H.D. OSTEEN 1904-1987 The Item

and to Ray, and here’s to March Madness. The full list of Sumter’s Greatest Basketballers can be found online at http://bit. ly/108ct2W. Keep those nominations coming. I’ll have some more photos next week, including — as promised — some fine examples of big, 1970s-style Afros. Get down with your bad self. Keep it funky. Graham Osteen is a co-owner of Osteen Publishing Co. and EditorAt-Large of The Item. Contact him at The Item, 20 North Magnolia St., Sumter, S.C., 29150; graham@theitem.com, or call 803774-1352.

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going up for a jumper. It was a thing of beauty and virtually impossible to stop. For me personally as a player, it was the stark realization of just how good you have to be to play Division I basketball. Here’s one more Clarke story: In 1992, the great Ray Allen was a skinny senior at Hillcrest High School, and Clarke had never seen him play. I dragged him out to Sumter High School to see Ray play that year, and Clarke told me then and there that Ray was going to be a great college player and a great pro. No doubt about it, he said. So here’s to Clarke

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OBITUARIES

SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 2013

PATRICIA D. MACK MANNING — Patricia D. Mack, 47, died Tuesday, March 19, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Born Sept. 6, 1965, in Brooklyn, N.Y., she was a daughter of Odessa L. Mack and companion of Curtis McKenzie. Patricia attended the public schools of New York and graduated from Boys and Girls High School in 1983. She was a member of Crossroad Baptist Church in Brooklyn. After moving to South Carolina, she attended Mt. Chapel Baptist Church and Ebenezer Baptist Church. Survivors are a son, Jerell Mack; a granddaughter, Bri’tiona M. Mack; her companion, Curtis McKenzie; six brothers, Patrick and Michael Mack, Tracey Mack, Darrell Lemon, David Maurice and LaShawn Mack; and three aunts, Viola L. Cain, Mildred Mack and Margaret Brown. The celebratory services for Ms. Patricia D. Mack will be held at 2 p.m. today at Hayes F. & LaNelle J. Samuels Sr. Memorial Chapel, 114 N. Church St. in Manning, with the Rev. Carnell Witherspoon, eulogist, the Rev. Ranzy McFadden, presiding, and the Rev. Mac Fulton, Minister Loretta Conyers and Minister Roberta Pendergrass assisting. The family is receiving friends at the home of her mother, Odessa Mack, 2985 S.C. 260 in Manning. These services have been entrusted to Samuels Funeral Home LLC of Manning. BETTY M. HAWKINS BISHOPVILLE — Betty Blanche Moore Hawkins, 72, widow of W.W. “Bill” Hawkins, died Saturday, March 23, 2013, at Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center in Hartsville. Betty was the daughter of the late Luther Anderson Moore and Elizabeth “Betty” Driggers Moore. She was a member of First Baptist

Church in Bishopville. Betty was a happy, contented person who enjoyed people. She is survived by several cousins. She was preceded in death by a brother, Luther A. Moore Jr. Graveside services will be held at 3 p.m. Monday in the Magnolia Cemetery in Hartsville. Hancock-Elmore-Hill Funeral Home of Bishopville is in charge of the arrangements.

RUBY B. COX BISHOPVILLE — Ruby Beatrice Cox, 86, widow of George Cox, died Saturday, March 23, 2013, at her home. Born in Lee County, she was a daughter of the late Perry Boykin and Allene Stevens Boykin. She was a member of Day Star Mission Church and retired from Cooper Tools. Survivors include three children, LaReda Farmer of Bishopville and Phyllis Tschorn (Bill) and Jerry Cox (Ellen), both of Sumter; nine grandchildren; 10 greatgrandchildren; and a greatgreat-grandchild. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Pat Harris; and a son-in-law, Charles W. Farmer. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery in Sumter with the Rev. Randy Wilson and the Rev. Billy Tschorn officiating. The family will receive friends at the home of LaReda Farmer, 2936 Camden Highway. Memorials may be made to Day Star Missions, 55 Joe Dority Road, Bishopville, SC 29010. Hancock-Elmore-Hill Funeral Home of Bishopville is in charge of the arrangements. JOHN L. SHUFORD BISHOPVILLE — Services for Mr. John Lawrence “Jack”

Shuford will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Bethlehem United Methodist Church with the Rev. Henry Altman and the Rev. Gordon Timmons officiating, directed by Norton Funeral Home, Bishopville Chapel. Burial will be in Bethlehem Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Few men are blessed with a life as long and full and purposeful. Jack Shuford, 100, quietly rejoined his maker Thursday night, March 21, 2013. He was born Sept. 5, 1912, in Bishopville, the first of five children to Florence Marion Powe and Jacob Lawrence Shuford. He graduated from Bishopville High School in 1930 and attended The Citadel, where he was featherweight boxing champion and played on the tennis team. The Great Depression drove him back to Bishopville to help support his family and younger siblings. Jack worked with the United States Postal Service in Bishopville for the next 34 years, except for a period of three years during World War II. As a member of the 84th Infantry “Railsplitter” Division, he participated in the Battle of the Bulge and the campaign against the Axis in Belgium, France and Germany. He was preceded in death by his three younger brothers, Davie Shuford, Harry Shuford and Hope Shuford, each having served his country during the same time in the Marines or in the Navy. The game of tennis was Jack’s pastime, and he played the sport from the age of 7. He coached for decades at Bishopville High School and at Robert E. Lee Academy, ending his coaching career at the age of 80, with his Robert E. Lee team reigning as South Carolina State Champions. Demanding, but patient and generous with his praise, Jack

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Shuford shared his tennis skills and love of the game across the state with hundreds of young men and women whom he mentored in the sport. His impact was recognized in 2003 by the South Carolina Tennis Hall of Fame. Shuford Park, the result of tireless effort by Jack and his fellow tennis enthusiasts around Lee County, stands today as a tribute to his contribution to tennis and to his community. Jack also served as a Scout leader and as president of Little League Baseball. Jack worshipped his entire life at Bethlehem Methodist Church, where his grandfather, Jacob Laban Shuford, ministered in its early days. He was a member of the Joe Fanning Sunday School Class, a fellowship he cherished. He is survived by his wife, Ruth Petty Shuford, and predeceased by his first wife, Eileen Elizabeth Plampin, who died in 1975. Their children are Joan Shuford, Columbia; John Hope Shuford (Glenda), Kitty Hawk, N.C.; Mary Ann Boyd (Hal), Mt. Pleasant; and Jacob Shuford (Cathy), Tampa, Fla. Surviving also are nine grandchildren, 12 greatgrandchildren; and his sisterin-law, Melba Shuford of Bishopville. His step-children surviving are Dale Underwood (Tommy), Walhalla, S.C.; Steve Petty (Debbie), Walhalla; Carolyn Sloane (Randy), Atlanta, Ga.; Mark Petty (Sheila), Columbia; and Julie Bates, Bluffton. Friends and his family will remember Jack Shuford as a man of moral strength, physical energy and spiritual devotion. www.nortonfh.net

WARDELL MOORE Wardell Moore, 82, husband of the late Madeline Sanders, died Friday, March 22, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Born in Mayesville, he was a son of the late Henry Moore

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and Julia Moore. The family will receive friends at the home of Franklin and Harriet Moore, 1215 Collingwood Drive in the Forest Hill subdivision. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Palmer Memorial Chapel Inc. of Sumter.

NICOLE RAY Nicole “Buffie” Ray died Friday, March 22, 2013, at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. Born July 12, 1970, she was a daughter of the late Lee Efferson and Estelle Linton Ray Efferson. The family is receiving friends at 238 Cedar Ave. in Sumter. Funeral plans are incomplete and will be announced later by Job’s Mortuary Inc., 312 S. Main St., Sumter. LEROY McGILL Leroy McGill of 101 Middle St. in Sumter died Thursday, March 21, 2013, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Born Dec. 13, 1936, he was a son of the late James McGill and Minnie Maple McGill. The family is receiving relatives and friends at the home of his sister, 105 Middle St. in Sumter. Funeral plans are incomplete and will be announced by Community Funeral Home of Sumter. HENRY P. MARTIN Jr. Henry P. Martin Jr. died Thursday, March 22, 2013, at Trident Hospital in Charleston. Born Nov. 28, 1973, in Sumter, he was a son of Henry P. Martin Sr. and the late Dorothy West Martin. The family is receiving relatives and friends at the home of his brother, Keith and Wendy Martin, 2517 Elliott Road, Pinewood. Funeral plans are incomplete and will be announced by Community Funeral Home of Sumter.

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2 South Carolinians to be inducted into state’s Hall of Fame FROM STAFF REPORTS Two South Carolinians, a World War II pilot and Purple Heart recipient and a NASCAR® racing legend, will be inducted into the South Carolina Hall of Fame at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention Center Hotel in Ballrooms A-E. William G. Farrow and William Caleb “Cale” Yarborough were selected by the S.C. Hall of Fame Board of Trustees to be inducted into the state’s official Hall of Fame, located in the lobby of the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. Yarborough, chosen as the contemporary inductee, was born on March 27, 1939, in Timmonsville. He initially tried his hand as a turkey farmer and a running back on the Sumter Generals football team. He began racing in 1957 with a goal of becoming a NASCAR® star. Yarborough won three consecutive NASCAR® Sprint Cup championships from 1976-78, which was

unprecedented and unmatched until 2008. During his three-year dominance, he won 28 races, and his final championship points margin in those three years were never fewer than 195 and were as much as 474 in 1978. He was the second NASCAR® driver to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated, and he totaled 83 victories in his 31-year career, which ranks fifth all time. He won the Daytona 500 four times and became the youngest driver to qualify for the race with a top speed of more than 200 mph. In 1993, Yarborough was inducted into the International Motorsports Hall of Fame and in 2012 was inducted into the NASCAR® Hall of Fame. Farrow, chosen as the deceased inductee, was born in Darlington on Sept. 24, 1918. He was one of three University of South Carolina students to be selected to pilot training at the Hawthorne Aviation School in Orangeburg, then received his commission and eventually was transitioned to the

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B-25 Mitchell Bomber, the newest weapon in the Air Corps. Farrow volunteered for Lt. Col. Jimmy Doolittle for a secret, hazardous mission that would come to be known as the Doolittle Raid. In April of 1942, his plane bombed Japan’s fourthlargest city and soon after sputtered out of gas. Farrow and his crew bailed and crossed into Japanese-held territory in China, where they

were captured, interrogated and tortured by the Japanese. They were sentenced to be executed by the Japanese Emperor. The ashes of Farrow and his crew were found by American investigators in 1945 and returned to America in 1946. Lt. Farrow is buried at Arlington National Cemetery and was posthumously awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, Purple Heart and Chinese Breast Order of

Pao Ting. Farrow Parkway along The Market Common in Myrtle Beach is named after this war hero. Portraits of both inductees will be unveiled during the ceremony and afterward will be added to the gallery of portraits in the Convention Center lobby. The ceremony is free and open to the public. Reservations are not required to attend. Last year, more than 800 peo-

ple paid tribute to the 2012 inductees, retired S.C. Supreme Court Chief Justice Ernest Finney Jr., formerly of Sumter, and Thomas Lynch Sr. The SC Hall of Fame is sponsored by the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce, City of Myrtle Beach and the state of South Carolina. For more information, call 843-712-2145 or visit www.SouthCarolinaHallofFame.com.


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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. 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/. Did you know the American Cancer Society has a dietitian on call? The dietitian on call provides free personalized nutrition counseling for cancer patients. Nutrition counseling can help patients deal with side effects such as weight loss, weight gain and eating difficulties. The dietitian can also answer nutrition-related questions. Through the American Cancer Society’s dietitian on call service, a registered dietician will call you to provide suggestions for your individual needs. To request a free referral, call toll free (888) 227-6333. Also, remember the American Cancer Society is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and you can speak with a cancer specialist at any time by calling (800) 227-2345. 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. Call (803) 774-6181. Sumter DAV certified volunteers will fill out VA claims for all veterans 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Fridays at the VA Medical Clinic, 407 N. Salem St. Call (803) 938-9901. The Sumter Gamecock Chapter 5 of the DAV will have certified volunteers available to fill out claim forms for all veterans at the chapter home, 18 Hardpack Drive, off S.C. 441, behind Shaw Air Force Base, 9-11 a.m. Tuesdays. Call G. Spangler at (803) 499-4789 or L. Pearson at (803) 499-9596. The United Way Success By 6 Child Care Resource and Referral (CCR&R) offers assistance to parents in Sumter, Clarendon and Lee counties with referrals to childcare programs, information on evaluating quality childcare and funding options for childcare, childcare licensing information, and a resource library with early childhood information. Call (803) 773-7935 or (800) 681-0333. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) office, 1140 S. Guignard Drive, has many animals available for adoption. Adoption fees cover first shots, first deworming and spaying or neutering. The office is open 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m. every day except Wednesday and Sunday. Call (803) 773-9292 for details.

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look out for your interests. ARIES (March 21-April the last word in astrology 19): Don’t let anyone LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): stand in the way of an Find out all the eugenia LAST opportunity. Someone information required to from your past will make pursue an idea, plan or an offer. An emotional goal. A change in the way matter will turn in your favor. you view someone will alter your relationship and future. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Go shopping or take on a new hobby or challenge. Short SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Put a creative trips or sharing information with likeidea into motion. The changes you make at minded people will increase your chance to home will enhance your love life, but you get ahead. must do them on a budget that won’t add to your stress. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Share your services, skills and talents. You’ll attract SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Entertain if someone who will take a great interest in you like, but don’t let anyone take your abilities and your future. Love is on the advantage of you. You are best to share rise. costs no matter how guilty someone makes you feel. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Say what’s on your mind and stick up for what you believe in CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Refrain from even if someone opposes you. Strength and sharing your thoughts. The less others know courage will separate you from someone about you, the easier it will be to avoid unpredictable. responsibilities that you don’t have time for. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Look for adventure and AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): You can make you will make new friends. A change in the positive changes that will help you achieve way you live will ease the stress you have your personal and financial goals. Love and put up with in the past. romance will keep you busy. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Don’t believe PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Stick to the truth everything you hear. You have to decipher and be precise in the way you phrase what what’s actually being said and why. A power you want. A budget will be required when play may be in force, and it’s up to you to dealing with joint ventures.

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South Carolina forward Elem Ibiam (33) and guard Sancheon White (20) battle for a loose ball with South DakotamState forward Megan Waytashek (24) and center Katie Lingle during the Lady Gamecocks’ 74-52 victory on Saturday in the first round of the women’s NCAA tournament in Boulder, Colo.

USC wins NCAA opener BY ARNIE STAPLETON The Associated Press BOULDER, Colo. — The 13th-seeded South Dakota State Jackrabbits were matching No. 4 seed South Carolina STALEY basket for basket, big play for big play Saturday. Then, the Gamecocks hit seven straight baskets midway through the first half, sparking a 74-52 rout of the Jackrabbits in the opening round of the NCAA women’s tournament. “The momentum was great. We gave

USC 74, S. DAKOTA ST. 52 S. DAKOTA ST. (25-8) Boever 4-9 0-0 9, Strop 0-1 0-0 0, Dietel 1-3 0-0 2, Waytashek 1-5 6-6 8, Eide 5-14 4-5 15, Stuart 0-1 0-0 0, Heiser 2-4 2-2 7, Hart 0-0 0-0 0, Cornemann 0-2 0-0 0, Walters 0-0 0-0 0, Clarin 3-9 2-3 8, Lingle 1-4 1-2 3. Totals 17-52 15-18 52. SOUTH CAROLINA (25-7) Walker 5-10 3-5 15, White 1-4 0-0 2, Bruner 7-11 1-2 15, Welch 3-4 2-2 8, Mitchell 3-7 4-5 11, Sessions 0-2 5-6 5, Montout 0-1 0-0 0, Dozier 1-4 2-2 5,

Ibiam 5-9 3-4 13. Totals 25-52 20-26 74. Halftime_South Carolina 44-26. 3-Point Goals_S. Dakota St. 3-14 (Boever 1-2, Heiser 1-2, Eide 1-6, Cornemann 0-1, Strop 0-1, Waytashek 0-2), South Carolina 4-11 (Walker 2-5, Mitchell 1-1, Dozier 1-2, Montout 0-1, White 0-1, Sessions 0-1). Fouled Out_None. Rebounds_S. Dakota St. 28 (Boever, Dietel, Lingle 4), South Carolina 40 (Bruner 11). Assists_S. Dakota St. 6 (Boever, Dietel, Eide 2), South Carolina 13 (Walker 4). Total Fouls_S. Dakota St. 21, South Carolina 13. A_NA.

them no slack and kept the pressure on,” said Ashley Bruner, who led South Carolina with 15 points and 11 rebounds. “We were eye-to-eye with them at that point. Then the momentum went in our direction.” After that, the Gamecocks (25-7), who won a school-record 11 Southeastern Conference games this

season, used their superior athleticism and stout defense to make quick work of the Jackrabbits (25-8), the Summit League regular season and tournament champs. Guard Ieasia Walker, the SEC defensive player of the year, finished with 15 points. She also helped hold South Dakota State to 33 percent shooting in

the first half as the Gamecocks raced to a 44-26 halftime lead on the strength of 61 percent shooting and 10 forced turnovers. Gamecocks coach Dawn Staley said her halftime speech was about speed. “We forced them to play quicker than they wanted to play,” she said. South Carolina led by as many as 27 in the second half as the Jackrabbits, despite 15 points from Ashley Eide, didn’t have a run in them. Elem Ibian added 13 points, almost 10 above her average, and eight rebounds while SEE USC, PAGE B3

FONTANA, Calif. — A few hours after putting his footprints and signature in drying concrete on Fontana’s walk of fame, Tony Stewart hopped on his jet with Kyle Larson STEWART and flew 400 miles north to Stockton, Calif., where Larson beat him in a dirt-track race. Just a typical Friday for Stewart — and just another indication he’s not worried about StewartHaas Racing’s slow start heading into Sunday’s fifth race of the NASCAR season.

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Sumter resident and Third Army wife Heather Hunt competes in the 2004 Olympic Trials at Forest Park in St. Louis, Mo. Hunt has competed in two Olympic Trials and hopes to run in a third for the 2016 Summer Games.

Marquette rallies, beats Butler 74-72

Stewart hoping for more good luck at Fontana BY GREG BEACHAM The Associated Press

There are very few things that have ever stopped Heather Hunt from running — at least for prolonged periods of time. Her four children are the exception, although Hunt was still engaged in her favorite pastime up until the day of her last child’s birth. “I ran that morning and I went into labor later on that night,” Hunt said. While that might have delayed her running routine a few days or weeks, Hunt has always picked up right where she left off individually. Competitively is a dif-

ferent story, though, as Hunt is now looking to take one last shot at an old goal of sorts. Hunt, who resides in Sumter and is the wife of a Third Army major, was on the cross country team at her high school in Englewood, Colo., and went on to compete collegiately for Furman University. She maintained a love of competition afterward and marathon running became her sport of choice. “I’ve always loved to run, so it was just something that kind of came naturally and really was a perfect fit for me,” Hunt said. “I can’t remember

Wrecks, bad tires and simply unfortunate breaks have combined to keep Stewart way down in 24th place in the overall points standings next to the three-time Sprint Cup series champion’s similarly placed teammates, Ryan Newman (23rd) and rookie Danica Patrick (28th). Stewart isn’t exactly worried about it just yet, but it’s clear Smoke would love to figure out the new Gen-6 car in time to celebrate a third win in four years at Fontana heading into NASCAR’s off week. “Everybody wants an answer that nobody has an answer to right now,” said Stewart, who starts

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Marquette forward Davante Gardner (54) shoots as Butler forward Kameron Woods (31) defends in the first half of the Golden Eagles’ 74-72 victory on Saturday in the third round of the NCAA tournament in Lexington, Ky.

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Vander Blue scored 19 second-half points to rally third-seeded Marquette out of another hole, and the Golden Eagles survived No. 6 Butler 74-72 on Saturday to reach the round of 16 in the NCAA tournament. Like November’s first meeting between the teams at the Maui Invitational, won 72-71 by Butler on Rotnei Clarke’s buzzer-beating 3-pointer, this was a back-andforth, high-intensity affair that came down to the final shot. Only this time, Butler missed.

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Marquette (25-8) will meet the winner of Sunday’s game between Illinois and Miami (Fla.) on Thursday in the East Regional semifinals at Washington, D.C. Clarke’s 24 points led Butler (28-9). Blue, the junior whose last-second layup SEE NCAA, PAGE B2

Starling picks up Atlantic Sun All-Freshman honors 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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SC Upstate women’s basketball player Brittany Starling was named to the Atlantic Sun Conference All-FreshSTARLING men Team. The Sumter High School graduate averaged 10.3 points, second on the team, and led the

squad with 6.3 rebounds per game. SOFTBALL

In a team-best 20 pitching appearances, sophomore Sutton Watson was 8-8 for Winthrop University. The Sumter graduate had a 3.77 earned run average and struck out a teamhigh 64 in 85 1/3 innings. University of South Carolina freshman Ans-

ley Ard hit .378 through 19 games, including seven starts. Out of Wilson Hall, she had one home run and seven runs batted in. Coker College junior infielder Alex Cataldo, a past Gamecock, hit .200 with three RBI through 13 games. Pitcher Hannah Blakely, formerly at SEE STARLING, PAGE B5


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16 N.C. A&T 73

11 Middle Tenn. 54

16 Liberty 72

11 St. Mary’s 67

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Third Round

March 21-22

Lexington

16 NC A&T 48 8 Colorado St. 84 9 Missouri 72

San Jose Auburn Hills

March 23-24

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Sweet 16

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March 28-29

Colorado St.

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4 Saint Louis 64 13 N.M. State 44 6 Memphis 54

3 Michigan St. 65 14 Valparaiso 54 7 Creighton 67

9 Villanova

Atlanta

5 VCU 88 12 Akron 42

Michigan 78

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Indianapolis

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Mich. St. 70

14 NW State

National Championship

7 San Diego St. 10 Oklahoma

April 8

2 Duke 73

2 Georgetown

Duke

15 Albany 61

8 Pittsburgh 55 9 Wichita St. 73 5 Wisconsin 46

4 Kansas St. 61 13 La Salle 63 6 Arizona 81

Gonzaga

Indiana

Wichita St.

Temple

Ole Miss

California

La Salle

Montana

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Washington, D.C.

Butler

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Salt Lake

Los Angeles

Dayton

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10 Iowa State

10 Colorado

2 Ohio State

2 Miami 78

3 New Mexico 62

Marquette

Harvard

Lexington

Arizona

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14 Harvard 68

San Jose

12 Ole Miss 57

15 FGCU

Dayton

16 Southern 58

4 Michigan 71 13 S. Dakota St. 56

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Creighton

10 Cincinnati 63

1 Kansas 16 Western Ky.

VCU 53

Memphis 48

11 St. Mary’s 52

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Oregon

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Philadelphia

Salt Lake

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Final Four

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Kansas City

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Austin

Philadelphia

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16 James Madison 68

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Auburn Hills

5 Oklahoma St. 55

13 Boise State 71

Kansas City

Louisville

March 19-20 Dayton, Ohio

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7 Notre Dame

Austin

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Oregon blows past Saint Louis 74-57 SAN JOSE, Calif. — Oregon is riding its much-debated No. 12 seed all the way to the round of 16. Damyean Dotson scored 23 points, Carlos Emory added 14 points and the hot-shooting Ducks sprinted past fourth-seeded Saint Louis 74-57 in the NCAA tournament Saturday night. Dotson made his first five 3-pointers to carry Oregon (28-8) into the second weekend for the first time since 2007, when it lost to eventual repeat champion Florida in the regional final. The Ducks made 8 of 11 shots from beyond the arc, while the Billikens finished 3 for 21 from long range. Oregon will play No. 1 overall seed Louisville in the Midwest Regional in Indianapolis next. The Cardinals routed Colorado State 82-56 in Lexington, Ky. Kwamain Mitchell scored 18 points and Dwayne had 16 points and nine rebounds for the Billikens (28-7), who set a school record in wins this season following the death of coach Rick Majerus in December. Instead of a storybook finish, Saint Louis lost in the round of 32 for the second straight year. MICHIGAN STATE MEMPHIS

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AUBURN HILLS, Mich. — Michigan State is into the round of 16 for the NCAA tournament — as usual. Gary Harris scored 16 of his career-high 23 points in the first half and the third-

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SALT LAKE CITY — For Arizona, it’s on to Los Angeles. And for Harvard — well, it’s time to head back to class. Clearly unfazed by their Ivy League opponent’s plucky brand of Smartball, the Wildcats showed how a real basketball school does it Saturday. Mark Lyons matched his career high with 27 points in Arizona’s wire-to-wire 74-51 blowout of the Crimson. No. 6 seed Arizona’s next stop in the NCAA tournament is southern California, where the Wildcats will make their 15th appearance in the regional semifinals. They’ll play the winner of today’s game between Ohio State and Iowa State. FRIDAY IOWA STATE NOTRE DAME

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DAYTON, Ohio — After spending most of the season doing damage from outside the 3-point line, Iowa State moved inside for its first game in the NCAA tournament. The Cyclones didn’t look out of place at all. Freshman forward Georges Niang matched a season high with 19 points and Melvin Ejim added 17 as Iowa State, showing there’s a whole lot more than just 3-pointers in its arsenal, dismantled Notre Dame 76-58 on Friday night in the West Regional. From wire reports THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Oregon guard Dominic Artis, center, is fouled by Saint Louis forward Rob Loe (51) and guard Mike McCall Jr. during the Ducks’ 74-57 victory on Saturday in the third round of the NCAA tournament in San Jose, Calif.

seeded Spartans cruised past sixth-seeded Memphis 70-48 on Saturday, putting the Tom Izzo-led program in the regional semifinals for the fifth time in six years and the 11th time in his career. Michigan State (27-8) will play the winner of the Duke-Creighton game on Friday in the Midwest Regional semifinals at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The Tigers (31-5) advanced in the NCAA tournament for the first time in

Josh Pastner’s four seasons. The Conference USA champions are headed home because they struggled to stop Harris on the outside or his teammates inside all afternoon. LOUISVILLE COLORADO STATE

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LEXINGTON, Ky. — Bumping, banging and leaving Colorado State with a whole lot of bruises, topseeded Louisville is into the Midwest Region semifinals. Russ Smith led four play-

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ers in double figures with 27 points, and the Cardinals put on a defensive clinic as they dismantled Colorado State 82-56 on Saturday. Louisville forced the eighthseeded Rams into a seasonhigh 20 turnovers, made Colton Iverson look as invisible as a 6-foot-10 guy can be and limited one of the nation’s best rebounding teams to 24 boards, more than a dozen below their average of 40. From wire reports

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PHILADELPHIA — San Diego State did nothing spectacular and may not find its play on many tournament video clips. Jamaal Franklin scored 21 points, James Rahon had 17 and San Diego State beat Oklahoma 70-55 on Friday to earn its third NCAA tournament victory. KANSAS WESTERN KENTUCKY

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coach Bill Self predicted this week that a No. 1 seed would someday lose to a No. 16. The South Region’s top seed needed 17 points from Jeff Withey, and a series of foul shots from Ben McLemore and Naadir Tharpe down the stretch, to hold off scrappy Western Kentucky 64-57 Friday and avoid another upset on a day full of them in the NCAA tournament. MINNESOTA UCLA

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AUSTIN, Texas — Minnesota coach Tubby Smith got the win he needed to calm down his critics at home. Andre Hollins scored 28 points and Minnesota rolled past punchless THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UCLA 83-63 on Friday in the second Michigan forward Mitch McGary (4) dunks round of the NCAA tournament, giving Smith his first tournament win in against Virginia Commonwealth during the Wolverines’ 78-53 third-round NCAA tournasix seasons with the Gophers. ment victory on Saturday in Auburn Hills, From wire reports Mich.

NCAA from Page B1 edged Davidson on Thursday, led the Golden Eagles’ rally from a 35-27 halftime deficit and tied the game at 69 on 3-pointer with 1:25 remaining. That set the stage for more late-game drama by his teammates. After Jamil Wilson’s two free throws made it 71-69, Davante Gardner deflected Clarke’s pass intended for Kellen Dunham underneath and then made the first of three late free throws for 74-70 lead with 4.7 seconds left. After Wilson’s goaltend on what would have been a layup by Andrew Smith cut the lead to two 2 seconds later, Blue almost became the goat by throwing away the inbounds pass intended for Wilson with 2.9 seconds left. The Bulldogs, who seem to win every close game at this time of year, couldn’t get a good last look. Smith took an off-balance 3 from up top that was way off, slamming into the backboard and setting off another Marquette celebration. Coach Brad Stevens’ Bulldogs, who reached the championship game in 2010 and ‘11, won’t make the second weekend this year. Blue finished with 29 points. He shot 9 of 15 from the field with three from long range, finishing just four points off his career high. Trent Lockett and Wilson each added 13 points for Marquette, which shot 23 of 54 (43 percent) and was 5 of 12 from beyond the arc.


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First Round

Louisville, Ky. Columbus, Ohio Knoxville, Tenn. Stanford, Calif.

Sweet 16

Sun., 30 min. fol.

Sweet 16

Sun., 5:05 p.m.

8

Florida St. (22-9)

9

Princeton (22-6)

5

Louisville (24-8)

Elite Eight

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Elite Eight

4

6

Sun., 30 min. fol.

Sat., 30 min. fol.

Sun., 12:10 p.m.

Sat., 4:10 p.m.

April 7

Oklahoma

Oklahoma (22-10)

City

Norfolk

April 2

Sat., 11:10 a.m.

April 2

Sat., 30 min. fol.

Sat., 4:05 p.m.

Sat., 30 min. fol.

National Championship

Sat., 11:20 a.m.

Sun., 30 min. fol.

Sat., 30 min. fol.

Sun., 5:20 p.m.

Sat., 11:05 a.m.

Sat., 30 min. fol.

Sat., 4:15 p.m.

12 Gonzaga (27-5) Georgia (25-6)

Sat., 11:15 a.m.

Sat., 30 min. fol.

LSU (20-11)

Duke (30-2)

1

Connecticut (29-4)

8

Vanderbilt (20-11)

9

St. Joseph’s (23-8)

5

Michigan St. (24-8)

4

Maryland (24-7)

Bridgeport

April 1

April 1

Sun., 12:15 p.m.

6

Delaware (30-3)

11 W. Virginia (17-13) 3

Penn St. (25-5)

N. Carolina (28-6)

Sun., 30 min. fol.

Sun., 5:15 p.m.

14 Albany (NY) (27-3) Sun., 30 min. fol.

Sat., 30 min. fol.

Sun., 12:05 p.m.

Sat., 4:20 p.m.

Dayton (27-2)

10 St. John’s (NY) (18-12)

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California (28-3)

7

Queens , N.Y.

7 Texas Tech (21-10) 10 South Fla. (21-10)

Newark, Del.

Spokane Sun., 30 min. fol.

14 Cal Poly (21-10)

2

7 Oklahoma St. 21-10)

13 Quinnipac (30-2)

11 Green Bay (29-2) 3

Texas A&M (24-9)

12 Marist (26-6)

13 Montana (23-7) 6

3

16 Idaho (17-15) Sun., 30 min. fol.

4

Nebraska (23-8)

College Park, Md.

Iowa St. (23-8)

6

2

Stanford (31-2)

5

So. Carolina (24-7)

15 Hampton (28-5)

16 Tulsa (16-16)

Villanova (21-10)

4

Sun., 12:05 p.m.

Sat., 30 min. fol.

Michigan (21-10)

Colorado (25-6)

10 DePaul (21-11)

April 9

Tennessee (24-7)

9

5

14 Wichita St. (24-9)

Syracuse (24-7)

8

Iowa (20-12)

11 Chattanooga (29-3)

15 Oral Roberts (18-12) 1

Miami (FL) (21-10)

9

13 So. Dakota St. (25-7)

UCLA (25-7)

10 Creighton (24-7) 2

Final Four

Purdue (24-8)

14 Stetson (24-8) 7

8

12 Kansas (18-13)

11 Cent. Mich. (21-11) 3

Notre Dame (31-1)

Sun., 30 min. fol.

12 Middle Tenn. (25-7)

13 Liberty (27-6)

1

16 UT Martin (19-14)

16 Prairie View (17-14)

Storrs, Conn.

Spokane, Wash.

First Round Second Round

Boulder, Colo. College Station, Texas Durham, N.C.

Lubbock, Texas Baton Rouge, La.

Baylor (32-1)

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Iowa City, Iowa

Waco, Texas

Second Round 1

THE ITEM

2

Kentucky (27-5)

15 Navy (21-11)

15 Fresno St. (24-8)

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Villanova guard Darrun Hilliard, back, passes around North Carolina guard Leslie McDonald during the Tar Heels’ second-round NCAA tournament victory on Friday in Kansas City, Mo. UNC will face a familiar foe in Kansas today.

Kansas, UNC meet again BY DAVE SKRETTA The Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Mo. — North Carolina coach Roy Williams has plenty of stories about his days at Kansas, and he pulled out one of the more poignant ones Saturday afternoon, as the two historic programs were preparing to meet in the third round of NCAA tournament. WILLIAMS It had to do with James Naismith and Phog Allen — the founder of the game and one of its greatest coaches — and it went something like SELF this: “Every game day at Kansas,� Williams said, “I went up to the graves in the cemetery, and patted the tombstones of Dr. Naismith and Dr. Allen. I would always ask them for intervention. Now, I don’t know if they gave me any, but it al-

ways made me feel better.� It’s been nine years since Williams came down from leafy Kansas campus on Mount Oread and settled in idyllic Chapel Hill — nearly a full decade since he left Kansas for North Carolina. The Tar Heels have won a national title. So have the Jayhawks. Yet to this day, the silver-haired coach with the accent dripping of southern charm can’t help but wax poetic about his days in Lawrence — the iconic figures, his own former players, the aura of Allen Fieldhouse and the school that fashions itself as the cradle of hoops. “I love the passion of the Kansas fans. It’s just off the charts,� he said. “People would see you and say, ‘Coach, I’ve got a 700-mile drive back to Dodge City, but what a great game.’ It was something that they really took a great deal of pride in.� That passion is something that closely ties North Carolina to Kansas.

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patrolling the paint for the Gamecocks. Only four teams have reached the 60-point mark against South Carolina, and the Jackrabbits looked primed to make it five when they hung with the Gamecocks for the first 10 minutes of the game. The Gamecocks, who matched last season’s win total with their 25th victory, the most by the program in the SEC era (beginning 1991-92), found their shooting touch midway through the first half, hitting seven straight shots to build a 28-21 lead. They began pulling away when Tiffany Mitchell and Asia Dozier made 3-pointers from the left corner to push the lead to double digits. “You can force momentum by picking up defense,� Staley said. “After the first seven minutes, we got our footing. We were hitting shots, which makes life easier.� This was the Jackrabbits’ fifth straight NCAA tournament appearance. But after beating TCU in their first NCAA game in 2009, they’ve lost five straight times in the NCAAs. The Jackrabbits have been one-and-done in each of their past four trips, to the NCAA tournament, seeded 14th, 15th, 13th and 13th. Their

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only NCAA win came in 2009, when they were a No. 7 seed and beat TCU before losing to Baylor. “Well, it’s a challenge,� Jackrabbits coach Aaron Johnston said. “I remember our first year we were a 7 seed and that’s a much better position to be in versus who you’re going to be playing against. If we stay in that 13-14-15 seed, we’re going to be playing people who are top-20 teams. “We’ve played the kind of non-conference

schedule that it takes to get a little better seed, and I thought we played pretty well this year. We just didn’t have a couple of (more) wins that we needed.� So, while the Gamecocks advanced, the Jackrabbits prepared to go home and regroup. “The difference between being a 13 seed and a 10 seed is probably two wins for us,� Johnston said. “We’re not talking about having to go back and reshape everything we do.�


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Sumter’s B team earns 15-4 win over Cane Bay SUMMERVILLE — Donovan Leneau picked up the win on the mound as the Sumter High B baseball team earned a 15-2 victory over Cane Bay on Saturday. Ryan Moore and Riley Williamson had two hits apiece for Sumter. VARSITY BASEBALL MANNING LAKEWOOD

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Manning earned an 11-4 victory on Friday against Crestwood in a Region VI-3A matchup. Ryan Taylor suffered the loss for the Gators after pitching four innings and allowing seven runs, two earned, on six hits with seven strikeouts and three walks. Chris Bryan, Mike Hill and Josh Whitley all went 1-for-3 for Lakewood. Bryan had an RBI, Hill scored a run and Whitley had a double and an RBI. DARLINGTON CRESTWOOD

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DARLINGTON — Josh Johnson pitched a complete game, giving up three earned runs, but it was not enough as Crestwood fell to Darlington 5-2 on Friday. Edison Aldridge, Christian Buford, Juan Gardner and Eric Kremer all reached base twice for the Knights. Aldridge and Buford scored the two runs. Crestwood falls to 1-8 overall and 0-4 in the region and will travel to West Florence on Monday. COLLETON PREP CLARENDON HALL

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WALTERBORO — Clarendon Hall fell to 3-4 overall and 1-2 in the region with a 5-3 loss to Colleton Prep on Friday. Kevin Bennett took the loss for the Saints after allowing three earned runs on six hits with five strikeouts and two walks in 4 2/3 innings. Ethan Hughes led the CH offense going 2-for-3

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DARLINGTON — Crestwood’s JV squad fell to 0-6 overall and 0-4 in the region with a 9-2 loss to Darlington on Friday. Chris Tention pitched a complete game for the Knights, allowing three earned runs. Erick Pulido and Jesse Lucas each went 1-for-2. Pulido scored a run. Crestwood will travel to Manning on Tuesday. COLLETON PREP CLARENDON HALL

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WALTERBORO — Colleton Prep scored on a play at the plate in the bottom of the sixth inning to earn a 5-4 victory over Clarendon Hall on Friday. Parth Patel, Gavin Allan, and Matthew Corbett combined to allow five earned runs on eight hits with seven walks and six strikeouts for the Saints. Offensively, CH was led by Dylan Evans and Matthew Corbett who each went 2-for-4. Corbett had two RBI. Clarendon Hall, now 1-4 on the year, will host St. John’s 4:30 p.m. Tuesday. VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER HARTSVILLE LAKEWOOD

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with two doubles and a run scored. Daniel Pappas was 1-for-3 with two RBI and Keith Evans also had a hit. The Saints will host St. John’s Christian on Tuesday.

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HARTSVILLE — Nena Batey made 17 saves in goal for Lakewood, but it was not enough as the Lady Gators fell to Hartsville 3-1 on Friday. Jody Brandel scored the lone goal for LHS, who fell to 3-1 on the season and 1-1 in the region. The Lady Gators travel to Crestwood on Tuesday.

SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 2013

TODAY 6 a.m. -- Major League Exhibition Baseball: Philadelphia vs. Baltimore from Sarasota, Fla. (MLB NETWORK). 9 a.m. -- Professional Golf: European PGA Tour Malaysian Open Final Round from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (GOLF). 9 a.m. -- Major League Exhibition Baseball: San Francisco vs. Oakland from Scottsdale, Ariz. (MLB NETWORK). 11 a.m. -- College Basketball: National Invitation Tournament Second-Round Game -- St. John’s at Virginia (ESPN). Noon -- Women’s College Basketball: NCAA Tournament First-Round Games -- West Virginia vs. Delaware, Hampton vs. Duke and Liberty vs. Purdue (ESPN2). Noon -- Women’s College Basketball: NCAA Tournament First-Round Game from Queens, N.Y. -- Kentucky vs. Navy (ESPNU). 12:30 p.m. -- PGA Golf: Arnold Palmer Invitational Final Round from Orlando, Fla. (GOLF). 12:30 p.m. -- IRL Racing: IndyCar Series Grand Prix of St. Petersburg from St. Petersburg, Fla. (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 1 p.m. -- College Basketball: Mississippi State at Kentucky (FOX SPORTSOUTH). 1 p.m. -- Major League Exhibition Baseball: Tampa Bay vs. New York Yankees from Tampa, Fla. (MLB NETWORK). 1 p.m. -- Professional Basketball: EuroLeague Game -Unicaja vs. CSKA Moscow (NBA TV). 1:30 p.m. -- College Baseball: Arkansas at South Carolina (WPUB-FM 102.7, WNKT-FM 107.5) 2:30 p.m. -- PGA Golf: Arnold Palmer Invitational Final Round from Orlando, Fla. (WIS 10). 2:30 p.m. -- NASCAR Racing: Sprint Cup Series Auto Club 400 from Fontana, Calif. (WACH 57, WEGX-FM 92.9). 2:30 p.m. -- Women’s College Basketball: NCAA Tournament First-Round Games -- Middle Tennesse State vs. Louisville, Dayton vs. St. John’s, Albany vs. North Carolina and DePaul vs. Oklahoma State (ESPN2). 3 p.m. -- College Softball: Auburn at Alabama (ESPNU). 3 p.m. -- Formula One Racing: Malaysian Grand Prix from Sepang, Malaysia (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 4 p.m. -- Major League Baseball: Cincinnati vs. Texas from Surprise, Ariz. (MLB NETWORK). 5 p.m. -- Women’s College Basketball: NCAA Tournament First-Round Games -- Princeton vs. Florida State, Tennessee-Martin vs. Notre Dame, Cal Poly vs. Penn State and Tulsa vs. Stanford (ESPN2). 5 p.m. -- College Track and Field: NCAA Indoor Championships from Fayetteville, Ark. (ESPNU). 5 p.m. -- Senior PGA Golf: Champions Tour Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic Final Round from Saucier, Miss. (GOLF). 6 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: Charlotte at Miami (SPORTSOUTH). 7 p.m. -- LPGA Golf: Kia Classic Final Round from Carlsbad, Calif. (GOLF). 7 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: Chicago at Minnesota (WGN). 7:30 p.m. -- Women’s College Basketball: NCAA Tournament First-Round Games -- Villanova vs. Michigan, Prairie View A&M vs. Baylor, Miami vs. Iowa and WisconsinGreen Bay vs. Louisiana State (ESPN2). 7:30 p.m. -- NHL Hockey: Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 8 p.m. -- Major League Exhibition Baseball: Baltimore vs. Pittsburgh from Bradenton, Fla. (MLB NETWORK). 9 p.m. -- College Hockey: NCAA Tournament Selection Show from Charlotte (ESPNU). Midnight -- Major League Exhibition Baseball: Kansas City vs. Chicago White Sox from Glendale, Ariz. (MLB NETWORK). 3 a.m. -- Major League Exhibition Baseball: Houston vs. Miami from Kissimmee, Fla. (MLB NETWORK). MONDAY 7 a.m. -- Major League Exhibition Baseball: Cleveland vs. Chicago Cubs from Cleveland vs. Chicago Cubs from Goodyear, Ariz. (MLB NETWORK). 10 a.m. -- Major League Exhibition Baseball: Los Angeles Angels vs. Oakland from Phoenix (MLB NETWORK). Noon -- Professional Golf: Tavistock Cup First Round from Orlando, Fla. (GOLF). 1 p.m. -- Major League Exhibition Baseball: Boston vs. Baltimore from Sarasota, Fla. (ESPN). 3:30 p.m. -- International Soccer: Under-21 Match -- Austria vs. England (FOX SOCCER). 5 p.m. -- Major League Exhibition Baseball: Detroit vs. Miami from Jupiter, Fla. (MLB NETWORK). 6:05 p.m. -- Talk Show: Sports Talk (WPUB-FM 102.7, WDXY-FM 105.9, WDXY-AM 1240). 7 p.m. -- College Basketball: National Invitation Tournament Second-Round Game -- Robert Morris at Providence (ESPN). 7 p.m. -- Women’s College Basketball: NCAA Tournament Second-Round Games (ESPN2). 7 p.m. -- College Baseball: North Carolina State at Virginia (ESPNU). 7 p.m. -- NBA Basketball: Atlanta at Indiana (NBA TV). 8 p.m. -- NHL Hockey: Los Angeles at Chicago (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 9 p.m. -- College Basketball: National Invitation Tournament Second-Round Game -- Mercer at Brigham Young (ESPN).

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PREP SCHEDULE MONDAY Varsity Baseball Carolina Forest at Sumter, 6:30 p.m. Crestwood at West Florence, 6:30 p.m. Laurence Manning at Manning, 7 p.m. Wilson Hall at Augusta Christian, 7 p.m. Ben Lippen at Thomas Sumter, 7 p.m. The King’s Academy at Robert E. Lee, 7 p.m. Emmanuel Christian at Sumter Christian, 4 p.m. Junior Varsity Baseball Laurence Manning at Manning, 4 p.m. B Team Baseball Thomas Sumter at Clarendon Hall, 5 p.m. Varsity Boys Soccer Lakewood at Scott’s Branch, 5 p.m. Westminster Catawba at Covenant Central, 5:30 p.m. Junior Varsity Boys Soccer Camden Military at Wilson Hall, 4 p.m. Varsity Softball Sumter at Lugoff-Elgin, 7:30 p.m. East Clarendon at West Florence (DH), 5:30 p.m. Scott’s Branch at Branchville, 6 p.m. Wilson Hall at Thomas Sumter, 4 p.m. Robert E. Lee at Richard Winn, 5 p.m. Emmanuel Christian at Sumter Christian, 4 p.m. Junior Varsity Softball Sumter at Lugoff-Elgin, 5:30 p.m. Thomas Sumter at Wilson Hall, 4 p.m. Varsity Boys Tennis Trinity-Byrnes at Wilson Hall, 4 p.m.

MLB SPRING TRAINING Friday’s Games Philadelphia 7, Atlanta 6 Pittsburgh 6, Tampa Bay (ss) 4 Detroit 4, Washington 3 N.Y. Yankees 9, Minnesota 7 Baltimore 6, Tampa Bay (ss) 3 Toronto 1, Boston 0 Houston 3, St. Louis 2 Chicago Cubs 4, Milwaukee 1 Kansas City 13, L.A. Angels 9 Colorado (ss) 14, Texas 9 Cincinnati 6, L.A. Dodgers 5 San Francisco 11, Colorado (ss) 6 N.Y. Mets 4, Miami 2 Arizona 7, Cleveland 5 Seattle 3, San Diego 1 Oakland 4, Chicago White Sox 4, tie Saturday’s Games Minnesota vs. Tampa Bay at Port Charlotte, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Detroit 10, N.Y. Yankees 6 Atlanta (ss) 10, Toronto 5 St. Louis vs. Miami at Jupiter, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Atlanta (ss) 3, Houston 2 N.Y. Mets 3, Washington 1 Today’s Games Miami vs. Houston at Kissimmee, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Tampa Bay vs. N.Y. Yankees at Tampa, Fla., 1:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets (ss) vs. St. Louis at Jupiter, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Boston vs. Philadelphia at Clearwater, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Baltimore vs. Pittsburgh at Bradenton, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Toronto vs. Minnesota at Fort Myers, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Atlanta vs. Washington at Viera, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Detroit vs. N.Y. Mets (ss) at Port St. Lucie, Fla., 1:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs vs. Cleveland at Goodyear, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Kansas City vs. Chicago White Sox at Glendale, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. L.A. Dodgers vs. Oakland at Phoenix, 4:05 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Texas at Surprise, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Milwaukee (ss) vs. San Diego at Peoria, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. San Francisco vs. L.A. Angels at Tempe, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Colorado vs. Milwaukee (ss) at Phoenix, 4:05 p.m. Seattle vs. Arizona at Scottsdale, Ariz., 4:10 p.m. Monday’s Games Boston vs. Baltimore at Sarasota, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Philadelphia vs. Toronto at Dunedin, Fla., 1:05 p.m. St. Louis vs. Minnesota at Fort Myers, Fla., 1:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets vs. Atlanta at Kissimmee, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Detroit vs. Miami at Jupiter, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Milwaukee vs. Oakland at Phoenix, 4:05 p.m. Texas vs. San Diego at Peoria, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. San Francisco vs. Chicago Cubs at Mesa, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. L.A. Angels vs. Chicago White Sox at Glendale, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Seattle vs. Cincinnati at Goodyear, Ariz., 4:05 p.m.

Washington vs. Houston at Kissimmee, Fla., 6:05 p.m. Pittsburgh vs. Tampa Bay at Port Charlotte, Fla., 7:05 p.m. L.A. Dodgers vs. Kansas City at Surprise, Ariz., 9:10 p.m. Cleveland vs. Colorado at Scottsdale, Ariz., 10:10 p.m.

NBA STANDINGS By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct GB x-New York 41 26 .612 – x-Brooklyn 40 28 .588 11/2 Boston 36 32 .529 51/2 Philadelphia 26 42 .382 151/2 Toronto 26 43 .377 16 Southeast Division W L Pct GB y-Miami 54 14 .794 – Atlanta 38 31 .551 161/2 Washington 25 43 .368 29 Orlando 18 52 .257 37 Charlotte 16 52 .235 38 Central Division W L Pct GB x-Indiana 43 26 .623 – Chicago 36 31 .537 6 Milwaukee 34 34 .500 81/2 Detroit 23 47 .329 201/2 Cleveland 22 47 .319 21 WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division W L Pct GB x-San Antonio 53 16 .768 – Memphis 46 22 .676 61/2 Houston 38 31 .551 15 Dallas 33 36 .478 20 New Orleans 24 46 .343 291/2 Northwest Division W L Pct GB x-Oklahoma City 51 19 .729 – x-Denver 48 22 .686 3 Utah 34 35 .493 161/2 Portland 33 36 .478 171/2 Minnesota 24 43 .358 251/2 Pacific Division W L Pct GB x-L.A. Clippers 47 22 .681 – Golden State 39 31 .557 81/2 L.A. Lakers 36 34 .514 111/2 Sacramento 25 44 .362 22 Phoenix 23 47 .329 241/2 x-clinched playoff spot y-clinched division Friday’s Games New York 99, Toronto 94 Indiana 102, Milwaukee 78 Oklahoma City 97, Orlando 89 Portland 104, Atlanta 93 Miami 103, Detroit 89 Houston 116, Cleveland 78 New Orleans 90, Memphis 83 Dallas 104, Boston 94 San Antonio 104, Utah 97, OT Minnesota 117, Phoenix 86 Washington 103, L.A. Lakers 100 Today’s Games Atlanta at Milwaukee, 3 p.m. Charlotte at Miami, 6 p.m. San Antonio at Houston, 7 p.m. Chicago at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Portland at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m. Utah at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Brooklyn at Phoenix, 9 p.m. Philadelphia at Sacramento, 9 p.m. Monday’s Games Atlanta at Indiana, 7 p.m. Miami at Orlando, 7 p.m. Memphis at Washington, 7 p.m. Denver at New Orleans, 8 p.m. Philadelphia at Utah, 9 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.

GOLF Arnold Palmer Invitational Scores The Associated Press Saturday At Bay Hill Club and Lodge Orlando, Fla. Purse: $6.2 million Yardage: 7,419; Par: 72 Third Round Tiger Woods 69-70-66—205 Rickie Fowler 73-67-67—207 John Huh 67-69-71—207 Justin Rose 65-70-72—207 Thorbjorn Olesen 69-73-66—208 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 69-71-68—208 Jimmy Walker 69-69-70—208 Ken Duke 70-68-70—208 Bill Haas 69-66-73—208 Keegan Bradley 74-69-66—209 Mark Wilson 71-68-70—209 Brian Stuard 74-69-67—210 OTHER: Tommy Gainey 72-73-77—222

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Tiger takes over lead at Arnold Palmer Invitational ORLANDO, Fla. — Tiger Woods is one round away from returning to No. 1 in the world. With key par saves early in his round and an eagle for the third straight day at Bay Hill, Woods seized control SaturWOODS day with a 6-under 66 to race by Justin Rose and build a twoshot lead going into the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Bishopville native Tommy ‘Two Gloves’ Gainey made the final cut and is 6-over par after shooting 5-over par on Saturday.

67 that put him in contention for his first Champions Tour victory of the season.

PAVIN, LANGER AMONG LEADERS

COLUMBIA — Fifthranked South Carolina broke a scoreless tie with a run in the fifth inning, but 17th-ranked Arkansas rallied with four runs in the next three innings on the

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FONTANA, Calif. — Another Nationwide Series race at Fontana, another victory for Kyle Busch and Joe Gibbs

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offee Pot Tim, “CP” for tually, the fish tired and I slipped short, and I dropped anthe net under a striped bass of chor in our favorite shad about two pounds. I pulled out fishing hole around 10 in the the hook and released the fish morning. It had been a beautiful back into the river. ride down the Lower Santee Now, a striped bass caught River, one punctuated with geese, from the Lower Santee differs ducks, and about six bald eagles. from a striped bass in the Upper My, how an eagle’s white head Santee in that those in the does shine in the early morning Lower Santee are “sea run” sunlight, and when they take stripers. These fish spend their flight and turn so that their white adult lives in the ocean and tails and heads contrast with only venture into fresh water to their chocolate brown plumage spawn in the spring. Most of against a bright blue sky those in the Upper San... well, it’s just breathtaktee were born and raised ing. I can understand how in fresh water. they were named our naI continued to chunk tional bird and made a the lure and I was resymbol of our country. warded not long afterSightings of eagles just ward with another stripstart the day off right. er that was a twin of the Earle So, while Coffee Pot first. CP was still casting was fumbling with a lure WOODWARD and winding. for his brand new rod, I Fish No. 3 was exactly began to heave a green curly what we were looking for, a shad. tailed jig on a 1/8-ounce hot The fish tenderly bumped pink jig head into the current, the bait and then inhaled it. I which was running backward as set the hook and the line came we got started. to a complete stop. It was one of Sounds odd doesn’t it; a river those moments when the running backward? But when phrase, “Oh, no,” goes through Santee Cooper releases water your mind. This was not the avthrough the power plant at St. erage shad, but a much bigger Stephen, the water backs up variety. The normal size of the into the Lower Santee and it ac- shad we catch is somewhere tually reverses the current. As a between 2-3 pounds. Lots of general rule, it is almost impos- fun, but still manageable in the sible to catch a fish of any kind current. This fish was bigger. when the current is reversed, The fish and I went back and but when you’re already there, forth for the longest time. You you might as well give it a try. could feel every head shake and I had been casting across the tail wag. He felt huge! current and retrieving back upWhat finally came to the net stream for about 15 minutes when was a shad running about four my lure just got hammered. I set pounds, probably a female, the hook and it was on! which was unhooked and reThe fish had the ultra-light rod turned to the spawning run. bent double and was racing back I had to take a breather. and forth across the current, As is often the case, when around behind the boat and then you catch one ,you catch anothback into the current. The outer almost as soon as you cast come was in serious doubt. Even- out and that is precisely what

happened. A couple of casts later, wham! Same story, a bigger-thannormal fish that had the last eyelet on the thin little rod pulled down below the reel, a perfect arch. After an epic battle, the fish was netted, unhooked and placed into the ice box for one of the young ladies at church who likes to eat shad. Earle, four fish; CP , zero fish, but who’s counting? After pulling a herring into the boat and watching CP lose two fish due to bad line on his reel, I handed him a spare reel that I had in the tackle box, already loaded with line, and he began to put a couple of fish in the boat. The current stopped and began to swing around to a more normal flow, which forced us to reposition the boat, but that didn’t stop the fish from biting. Coffee Pot finally got a big shad to hit his jig and, as uncle Si would say, it was “on like Donkey Kong.” The fish turned the new rod into a lovely, curving semicircle and had CP giggling like a school boy and giving a couple of fist pumps in the process. “Excitement” doesn’t come close to describing it. It is almost more fun to watch Coffee Pot catch a fish than to catch one yourself. We ended the day about tied on fish, and with two in the box for our church pal, we turned the boat back into the current and headed for the hill. What a wonderful day; warm, sunny, with just a touch of breeze and all the fish we wanted. The final tally: two stripers, four herring and 11 shad. All the shad ran over three pounds and a couple were pushing five pounds. I’ll be back as soon as I can.

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FISHING REPORT Santee Cooper System Catfish: Slow to fair. Captain Jim Glenn reports that the catfish bite has been slow and erratic, with weather systems seeming to have a negative impact. Better fishing should be nearby as temperatures warm and hopefully stabilize. For now anglers have had some limited success with blue catfish both shallow and deep fishing cut bait. Largemouth bass: Slow to fair. Captain Jimmie Hair reports the few that were caught could be very nice fish. The best pattern has been fishing square billed crankbaits 7-9 feet deep out in front of spawning areas at the mouths of creeks and outside of backwater ponds. Around eel grass a Rattle Trap has been effective for triggering reaction bites. On sunny afternoons fish have been coming shallower. Lake Murray Shellcracker: Fair to good. Lake World advises that shellcracker are feeding on the lower end of the lake in 2-8 feet of water. Fish nightcrawlers around points with shells nearby. Catfish: Fair to good. Captain Chris Simpson reports that fishing has gotten more consistent. Warm days will scatter fish across shallower flats in 15-25 feet of water, and cooler temperatures will push them back into 30-50 feet in the channel. The best technique has been drifting with cut herring for blues and channels, and the key to catching fish is being willing to adapt to conditions on the water and search for the fish. Largemouth bass: Fair. Veteran Lake Murray tournament bass angler Captain Doug Lown reports that the numbers of fish being caught are still relatively low, but some very nice fish are being landed. Fish are generally still being

found in 8-12 feet of water around secondary points, at the mouths of bays and pockets and other staging areas. Shakey head worms and crankbaits have both been effective. Lake Wateree Crappie: Fair. A few fish are moving shallower and can be caught on long lines trolling in 6-14 feet of water. The best areas are around the creeks and specifically Beaver and Wateree and also on the main lake. Lake Greenwood Crappie: Fair to good. Tournament angler Russell Riley reports that crappie are near the river channel and he is catching them a couple of feet off the bottom in 14-18 feet of water. When water temperatures start to warm fish will first move vertically in the water column, and the next move will be shallower towards the mouth of creeks. A combination of jigs and minnows is working. Largemouth Bass: Fair. There continues to be some scattered schooling activity across Lake Greenwood, with bass, striper, and some other species all mixed together. Fish can also be located by following the birds, and bass, striper and white perch can all be caught jigging spoons underneath the birds when fish are not on the surface. Some decent bass are also being caught fishing crankbaits off points, and on warmer days some fish can be found in the backs of coves. Lake Monticello Catfish: Good. Patience is very important right now to catching big blues on Monticello. The most consistent way to catch big fish is to anchor on humps with baitfish nearby when you are marking fish underneath them.

TIDE TABLES MONDAY, March 25 01:00 AM -0.08 L 07:07 AM 5.43 H 01:21 PM -0.09 L 07:37 PM 5.6 H

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WEDNESDAY, March 27 02:34 AM -0.55 L 08:33 AM 5.62 H 02:45 PM -0.54 L 09:02 PM 6.12 H

THURSDAY, March 28 03:20 AM -0.66 L 09:16 AM 5.62 H 03:28 PM -0.64 L 09:46 PM 6.26 H

FRIDAY, March 29 04:08 AM -0.66 L 10:00 AM 5.54 H 04:13 PM -0.65 L 10:31 PM 6.28 H

SATURDAY, March 30 04:57 AM -0.57 L 10:47 AM 5.41 H 05:00 PM -0.55 L 11:21 PM 6.2 H

SUNDAY, March 31 05:49 AM -0.39 L 11:38 AM 5.24 H 05:52 PM -0.38 L

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FONTANA from Page B1 eighth Sunday. “Every track that we’re going to is a learning deal right now. You’re going to go through a lot of races before we all figure out what the car likes and dislikes.” Stewart-Haas could use a bit of the same good fortune that made Stewart the defending champion on this sunbaked, 2-mile course, where he won a rainshortened race last year. There’s no chance of rain in sunny Southern California this weekend, and Stewart sounds confident his team’s forecast will improve soon. “It’s just early in the year,” said Stewart, who

lost tire pressure and spun early last week at Bristol. “If all of us had finished all the races and we’re back there because we’ve been running bad, that would be one thing. We’ve all had races that we’ve crashed out of. Four races into a season, that’s 25 percent of your points total. Just having one of those (crashes) is enough to mess up the point standings right now.” Stewart is among the busiest drivers, helping his goal to race 100 times this year with his trip to Stockton’s new dirt track and its 10,000-plus fans. But the hottest driver is Kasey Kahne, who won at

HUNT from Page B1 off hand how many I’ve been in over the years. I’ve ran marathons and 5Ks and all kinds of events across the country.” It was more than a hobby, too. Hunt placed well in a number of events, and in 2004, she qualified for the Olympic Trials held in Forest Park in St. Louis, Mo. She entered the contest ranked No. 87. “That was a tremendous experience for me, obviously,” Hunt said. “It’s amazing to think about being at that level competing for a spot on the Olympic squad.” Hunt finished 56th her first time out and worked her way

Bristol last week after finishing second in Las Vegas two weeks ago. After arriving at this track in 2012 in the midst of a nasty slump during his debut season with Hendrick Motorsports, Kahne was comfortable enough this year to spend one night getting a tattoo of his grandfathers’ initials on his forearm. Hendrick teammate Jimmie Johnson is a fivetime winner at NASCAR’s closest track to his native El Cajon, Calif., and he’s a fan favorite in San Bernardino County. Denny Hamlin won the pole Friday, and Brad Keselowski will chase his fifth straight top-five finish to start his series title defense from the back after engine trouble.

back to the 2008 Trials in Boston. She finished 95th there, however. Not long afterward, motherhood put any Olympic dreams on the backburner for the time being. “I don’t regret the decision at all,” Hunt said. “I wanted a family and children and that took priority. I had to put my time and effort into that, so I didn’t race competitively too much for a while after that.” In fact, only recently has Hunt gotten back out on the circuit. She competed in the annual Sumter 5K this past year and won the Dasani Half Marathon in Myrtle Beach in February. She went on to place 36th at the USA 15K Championship in Jacksonville, Fla., on March 9. “I had a certain time I was

AUTO CLUB 400 LINEUP The Associated Press After Friday qualifying; race Sunday At Auto Club Speedway Fontana, Calif. Lap length: 2 miles (Car number in parentheses) 1. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 187.451. 2. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 187.217. 3. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 187.149. 4. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 187.13. 5. (20) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, 186.688. 6. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, 186.514. 7. (56) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, 186.273. 8. (14) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 185.864. 9. (55) Mark Martin, Toyota, 185.792. 10. (78) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 185.677. 11. (13) Casey Mears, Ford, 185.157. 12. (42) Juan Pablo Montoya, Chevrolet, 185.085. 13. (15) Clint Bowyer, Toyota, 184.876. 14. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 184.715. 15. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 184.625. 16. (5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 184.374. 17. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 184.233. 18. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 184.044. 19. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 184.011. 20. (39) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 183.988. 21. (9) Marcos Ambrose, Ford, 183.852.

shooting for and almost made it, so I was pleased with that,” Hunt said of her victory in Myrtle Beach. “I was glad I won in Myrtle Beach, but the next race I didn’t place, so that brings you back to reality a little bit.” Hunt has plans to run in the 25K Championship in Grand Rapids, Mich., in May, all in preparation for her final Olympic Trials, she hopes. “I would like to qualify for the Trials one last time in 2016,” she said. “I’ve been sort of building up to that. I will probably be the oldest one there, but I’d like to qualify and see if I can beat my previous best place. “I don’t have any wild dreams about making the Olympic team. But I would like to give it one last shot.” Quailfying races begin this

22. (31) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 183.702. 23. (43) Aric Almirola, Ford, 183.697. 24. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 183.57. 25. (47) Bobby Labonte, Toyota, 183.248. 26. (51) A J Allmendinger, Chevrolet, 183.113. 27. (27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 183.02. 28. (83) David Reutimann, Toyota, 182.825. 29. (7) Dave Blaney, Chevrolet, 182.658. 30. (35) Josh Wise, Ford, 182.639. 31. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 182.519. 32. (30) David Stremme, Toyota, 182.473. 33. (93) Travis Kvapil, Toyota, 182.44. 34. (38) David Gilliland, Ford, 181.493. 35. (98) Michael McDowell, Ford, 181.087. 36. (33) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, 181.087. 37. (36) J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 38. (44) Scott Riggs, Ford, Owner Points. 39. (32) Timmy Hill, Ford, Owner Points. 40. (10) Danica Patrick, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 41. (19) Mike Bliss, Toyota, Owner Points. 42. (34) David Ragan, Ford, Owner Points. 43. (87) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, Owner Points.

October, Hunt said, though she’s not sure where or when she’ll try. In the meantime, she’s comfortable just running for fun, she added. “I think I’m able to enjoy it more now and really appreciate it more than I had in the past,” Hunt said. She’s always branched out into teaching and organizing. Hunt helps out the YMCA of Sumter’s running program and also recently started the SYRG — Sumter YMCA Running Group for Y members and potential members. “We met for the first time (March 17) and will meet every Saturday at 9 a.m. for fun runs around Sumter,” Hunt said. “We’re hoping to get a lot of runners from the area and really see this group flourish.”

STARLING from Page B1 Manning High School, had a 0-1 record, one save and a 2.25 ERA in eight appearances for Newberry College. WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Wilson Hall graduate Victoria Thomas started Newberry’s first 10 games. She had four goals and one assist. BASEBALL

Sophomore pitcher Zach Sherrill, a Wilson Hall product, was 0-0 with a 2.41 ERA in a team-high 18 appearances for The Citadel. Also from the Barons, catcher Matthew Carnes hit .500 in two games for South Carolina Salkehatchie. Lander University junior pitcher Tyler Broome, previously at USC Sumter, had a 3-0 record and 2.16 ERA in six outings. Another who played at USC Sumter, Cody Dolan hit .343 through 19 games for Winthrop. He had one home run and six RBI. Send updates about area athletes to Barbara Boxleitner at BKLE3@ aol.com.

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Marriage Licenses James Lee Rogers and Mary Agnest Lane; James Alforthy Johnson and Alnessa Denise Harris; Winford Trenel Wooten and Teresa Lonnetta Johnson; Darrick Danell Lowery and Valerie Donell Albert; Johnny Elliott Crosby of Dalzell and Carolyn Rose Chavis of North; Jeremy Andre Johnson of Wedgefield and Whitney Marlena Leneau; Damien Anthony Hansen and Alyccia Lynn Baldwin; Chad Eric Rowell of Alcolu and Catherine E. Poston; Tommy Carl Miller and Mennie Divine Grace Daquis Escoto, both of Dalzell; Rondell James Brunson and Elizabeth Grace Philipps; Stephen Bernard Cecil and Tess Elaine Labowitch, both of Columbia. Jimmy Jerome Lucas and Tevshiah Sonquanne Dinkins, both of Elgin; Cory James O’Brien and Jessica Evonne Seibles, both of Columbia; Gerald Lee Gregory of Abilene, Texas, and Elysia Victoria Quintanilla; Michael Kevon Reed of Rembert and Felicia Monique Tucker of Camden; Ronny Jarrel Abrams of Rembert and Crystal Alexis Sweat; Baron Charles Gaines of Dalzell and Lindsay Marie Curtis of Wedgefield; Josef Anton Giger and Sybil Dianne McVicker; Ky Michael Covert and Elizabeth Nicole Meeker; Christopher Paul Johnson and Shannon Leigh Adams, both of Indian Trail, N.C.; Heath Richard Gregg and Ashley Nicole Geddings.

Building Permits Norma Jane Shadoan, owner, Nunnery Roofing & Remodeling, contractor, 109 Curtiswood Ave., $6,100 (reroof shingles, residential); Rebecca Wesley B. carons, owner, Shelwood China, contractor, 1460 Radical Road, $7,308 (reroof, residential); Kathryn C. Dixon, owner, Shelwood China, contractor, 893 Twin Lakes Drive, $5,432 (reroof, residential); Mildred D.W. Cato et al, owner, Sharon D. Tindal, contractor, 121 Providence St., $10,000 (repairs to window, HVAC, electrical doors, residential); Jason W. Frierson and Tanya Dann, owners, Harvey McDonald, contractor, 1754 Kolb Road (mobile home, residential); Tonia M. Seth, owner, Jeffrey D. Haas, contractor, 11 Marion Ave., $8,900 (reroof, residential). Charles G. Holland et al, owner, Connelly Builders Inc., contractor, 190 Roxbury Court, $5,000 (brick sign — Chestnut Pointe, commercial); John McKnight, owner, Michael Porcher, contractor, 9 Byrd St., 400 heated square feet and 168 unheated square feet, $16,000 (den addition / top on front porch / foundation already there, residential); Gainey Construction Co. LLC, owner and contractor, 2864 Foxcroft Circle, 1,580 heated square feet and 490 unheated square feet, $101,930 (new dwelling, residential); City of Sumter (J. Coker), owner, Fort Roofing & Sheet Metal, contractor, 21 N. Main St., $27,500 (repair / replace metal roofing system, commercial). John Harvin, owner, Ralph Brown, contractor, 2965 Shiloh Raccoon Road, Lynchburg (mobile home, residential); Erin R. McCarty, owner, Mychael G. Smith LLC, contractor, 1851 W. Oakland Ave., $5,500 (reroof, residential); Williamsburg (a limited partnership), owner, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 1121 Alice Drive No. 1, $18,338.15 (reshingle roof, commercial); Williamsburg (a limited partnership), owner, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 1121 Alice Drive No. 2, $10,432.97 (reshingle roof, commercial); Williamsburg (a limited partnership), owner, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 1121 Alice Drive No. 3, $12,094.01 (reshingle roof, commercial). Williamsburg (a limited partnership), owner, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 1121 Alice Drive No. 4, $13,371.37 (reshingle roof, commercial); Williamsburg (a limited partnership), owner, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 1121 Alice Drive No. 5, $11,486.41 (reshingle roof, commercial); Williamsburg (a limited partnership), owner, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 1121 Alice Drive No. 6, $12,724.61 (reshingle roof, commercial); Williamsburg (a limited partnership), owner, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 1121 Alice Drive No. 7, $13,181 (reshingle roof, commercial); Williamsburg (a limited partnership), owner, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 1121 Alice Drive No. 8, $12,760.23 (reshingle roof, commercial). Williamsburg (a limited partnership), owner, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 1121 Alice Drive (pool house), $6,464.05 (reshingle roof, commercial); Williamsburg (a limited partnership), owner, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 1121

PUBLIC RECORD Alice Drive No. 10, $7,582.43 (reshingle roof, commercial); Williamsburg (a limited partnership), owner, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 1121 Alice Drive No. 11, $11,149.73 (reshingle roof, commercial); Williamsburg (a limited partnership), owner, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 1121 Alice Drive No. 12, $7,715.39 (reshingle roof, commercial); Williamsburg (a limited partnership), owner, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 1121 Alice Drive No. 13, $10,895.57 (reshingle roof, commercial). Williamsburg (a limited partnership), owner, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 1121 Alice Drive No. 14, $11,226.16 (reshingle roof, commercial); Williamsburg (a limited partnership), owner, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 1121 Alice Drive No. 15, $18,644.99 (reshingle roof, commercial); Carol L. Clayton, owner, Sears Home Improvement Products Inc., contractor, 1234 Ivey St., $10,307.10 (window replacements, residential); Paul Wayne and Mary Annett Wells, owners, Tisdale Construction Co., contractor, 2221 Clematis Trail, $10,000 (reroof, residential); Steven W. and Karen L. Miller, owners, Steven Miller, contractor, 5646 Whisperwood Drive, Dalzell, 192 heated square feet, $12,000 (addition of walk-in closet / laundry room, residential). Harvey Wayne Gainey, owner and contractor, 1148 S. St. Paul Church Road, 1,848 heated square feet and 1,275 unheated square feet, $124,500 (new dwelling, residential); Jeffrey H. and Diane R. Champion, owners, Jeffrey Champion, contractor, 7 Clematis Court, 256 unheated square feet, $10,000 (back porch addition, residential); Carolina Construction of Sumter LLC, owner and contractor, 1360 Malone Drive, 2,196 heated square feet and 473 unheated square feet, $137,301 (new dwelling, residential); Diane Elliott, owner, Harvey McDonald, contractor, 4520 Pinewood Road (mobile home, residential); Cecil Kelly and Jana H. Jackson, owners, James Miller Construction, contractor, 24 Ellen Drive, $7,300 (new roof, residential). Sandra N. Cone, owner, Outdoor Expressions LLC, contractor, 2761 Powhatan Drive, $8,000 (wood fence, residential); Carolina Construction of Sumter LLC, owner and contractor, 160 Damascus Road, 2,400 heated square feet and 601 unheated square feet, $151,821 (new dwelling, residential); Johnny M. James, owner and contractor, 3640 Katwallace Circle, 2,300 heated square feet and 300 unheated square feet, $135,000 (new dwelling, residential); Freddie Hatfield, owner, Lynam Construction LLC, contractor, 311 W. Calhoun St., $9,000 (new sheetrock, kitchen and bathroom alterations, residential); Joel and Jocelyn Diaz, owners, Joel Diaz, contractor, 3590 Delaware Drive, Dalzell, $8,000 (swimming pool, residential). James C. and Linda L. Gross, owners, America’s Home Place Inc., contractor, 3630 Black River Road, Dalzell, 1,756 heated square feet and 1,018 unheated square feet, $171,047.64 (new dwelling, residential); Karen J. Johnston, owner, James E. Standley, contractor, 3290 Tamarah Way, $11,300 (replace shingles, residential); Takara R. Brooks, owner, Windham Roofing & Remodeling, contractor, 2365 Talloak Road, $6,800 (reroof, residential); David M. Mazurowski Revocable, owner, Windham Roofing & Remodeling, contractor, 893 Trailmore Circle, $5,250 (reroof, residential); James and Willie Mae Gibson, owners, Larry E. Timmons, contractor, 1056 Shoreland Drive, $8,800 (install metal roof, residential). Eric Hunter, owner, Baxley’s Bestway Transportation, contractor, 5325 Family Court, Rembert (mobile home, residential); Mary Lowery, owner, Michael Partin, contractor, 39 Newman St., $20,500 (roof / floors / HVAC / electric / window repairs, residential); Barbara J. and John Gaydos Jr., owners, David Watkins dba Greensense Homes LLC, contractor, 5615 Squaw Valley Road, Wedgefield, 2,820 heated square feet and 400 unheated square feet, $192,000 (new dwelling, residential); Ron Wilkes, owner, Hoover Builders, contractor, 2125 N. St. Paul Church Road, 1,800 unheated square feet, $25,000 (agricultural storage pole building, commercial); Rhonda Bailey, owner, Monroe Construction Co. LLC, contractor, $5,148.71 (new roof, residential). Johnny M. James, owner and contractor, 3550 Katwallace Circle, 2,100 heated square feet and 560 unheated square feet, $105,000 (new dwelling, residential); Matthew James and Kellie Vincent, owners, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 5457 Meadow Drive, $5,627 (reshingle roof, residential); Richard L. Ayers, owner, Square It Up Storm Roofing Inc., contractor, 2131

Shallowford Road, $6,900 (reshingle roof, residential); Brown-Lawson Housing Development Corp., owner, Hunter Builders, contractor, 125 W. Bartlette St., $122,400 (add fence, walking track and sidewalks, commercial); Christopher A. Knackstedt, owner, Jonathan Brent Waynick, contractor, 600 Sierra St., $5,180 (new roof, residential). W.P. Jr. and Concetta M. Barrineau, owners, Charles James Jr. dba The James Group LLC, contractor, 3160 Springdale Way, 483 unheated square feet, $20,000 (detached garage, residential); Jimmy L. Baker, owner, Frank’s Roofing, contractor, 225 Pinecrest Drive, $8,900 (reroof, residential); John J. Sr. and Linda F. Livengood, owners, Jason Josey, contractor, 1440 Barnwell Drive, $6,800 (reroof, residential).

Property Transfers Hurricane Construction Inc. to Michael and Veronika Wester, one lot, 585 Brutsch Ave., $220,000; Henry E. Harrelson to James B. Amerson, one lot, one building, 910 Arnaud St., $96,000; Robert S. and Lottie B. Young to Brian M. and Stephanie S. Windham, one lot, one building, 530 Alpine Drive, $122,400; Dunlap Properties LP to Hurricane Construction Inc., one lot, 565 Brutsch Ave., $35,000; Dunlap Properties LP to Hurricane Construction Inc., one lot, 545 Brutsch Ave., $35,000; Dunlap Properties LP to Hurricane Construction Inc., one lot, 605 Brutsch Ave., $35,000; Richard R. Singleton Estate to Robbie Singleton, two buildings, 8 Glenwood Drive, $5 etc.; Robert J. Springs Estate to Richard F. Owens Jr., one lot, two buildings, 707 Berry St., $5 etc. Jerry J. and Charlotte A. Blackmon to Jerry J. Blackmon, one lot, three buildings, 1885 Campbell Court, $5 etc.; Jerry J. Blackmon to Jerry J. Blackmon (lifetime estate), one lot, three buildings, 1885 Campbell Court, $5 etc.; Jerry J. and Charlotte A. Blackmon to Jerry H. Blackmon, one lot, 1009 Cockerill Road, $5 etc.; Evelyn and Joseph Champey to Allen K. and Barbara J. Lyles, one lot, two buildings, 14 Brooks St., $30,000; Linda S. and Phillip Thomas Hawkins Sr. to Linda S. Hawkins, one lot, two buildings, 1920 Golfair Road, $5 etc.; Alexandra Rosenstein to Riverlea SC Trust, one lot, one building, 1335 Raccoon Road, $225,000; James Arthur and Linda J. Bradley to Emily Lauren Bradley, one lot, two buildings, 9 Danny Court, $5 etc. Arlington Cook et al to Mae Ruth Cooke et al, six buildings, Arlington Road, $5 etc.; Betty McKenzie to Betty and Randy McKenzie, one lot, two buildings, 26 Lanel Drive, $5 etc.; Lashon Nicole and Eric Lamont Moses to Lashon Nicole Moses, one lot, one building, 1207 Glastonbury Road, $5 etc.; Dorine M. and H. Sievers to Dorine M. Sievers, one lot, one building, 2741 Powhatan Drive, $5 etc.Mildred B. Shaw Estate to Ervin B. Shaw and Mildred Shaw Berg, one lot, three buildings, 7 Frank Clarke, $5 etc.; Ervin B. Shaw Jr. (trustee of trust) to Mildred Shaw Berg, near CSX, $5 etc.; Lewis Jr. and Barbara H. Walker to Harvin Alston, Heyward Street, $22,000. Ashley B. and Carissa B. Dobbs to Piotr W. Wilkiewicz, one lot, one building, 40 Doctors Court, $110,000; Jordan Dean and Maureen Ann Fitzgerald to Carl L. and Shelly A. Murphy, one lot, two buildings, 2352 Chinquapin Drive, $223,200; Carolina Investment Corp. to Louis and Pamela Parisi, one lot, one building, 30 Ribbon Court, $58,000; Ruby S. Tomlinson Estate to Von R. and James C. Jr. and Leon Tomlinson, seven buildings, 3880 Trinity Road, $5 etc.; Ruby S. Tomlinson Estate to Von R. and James C. Jr. and Leon Tomlinson, Trinity Road, $5 etc.; Ruby S. Tomlinson to Von R. and James C. Jr. and Leon Tomlinson, Shiloh Township, $5 etc. William S. III and Deborah F. Stanley to William C. and Deanna G. Smith, one lot, one building, 3315 Southernhills Drive, $255,000; Deborah R. Johnson to Deborah F. Stanley, one lot, one building, 3030 Tara Drive, $222,900; George Nettles Jr. (lifetime estate) to Justin Pack, one lot, one building, 2305 Killdee Drive, $14,000; Richard W. Hudson to Richard W. Hudson (lifetime estate), one lot, one building, 802 Haynsworth, $5 etc.; Theron A. and Hope D. Sutton to Gary Bryant, one lot, three buildings, 4211 S. Lake Cherryvale Drive, $135,900; Arthur Gavin Jr. to Geneva Gavin et al, one lot, one building, 5220 Borden Road, $5 etc. Arthur Gavin Jr. to Geneva Gavin et al, 530 Tampa Gold Road, $5 etc.; Arthur Gavin Jr. to Geneva Gavin et al, ALG Road, $5 etc.; David and Velma Del Workman to Velda Deloris Workman, one lot, one building, 1726 Horne Road Perm No. 11832, $5 etc.; Eleida N. Burrows to Eleida N. Burrows Estate,

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s/s U.S. Highway 76, $5 etc.; Eleida N. Burrows to Eleida N. Burrows Estate, one lot, four buildings, 1767 Florence Highway, $5 etc.; Eleida N. Burrows to Eleida N. Burrows Estate, four buildings, 1948 Pinewood Road, $5 etc.; Gistave H. and Margaret H. Becker to Gustave H. Becker, one lot, one building, 610 Periwinkle Court, $5 etc. Carl Keith and Mill Blakely to Carl Keith Blakely and Deborah Lynn B. Miller, one lot, two buildings, 2829 Moss Creek Drive, $5 etc.; Georgia E. Eyers (lifetime estate) to Carl Keith Blakely and Deborah Lynn B. Miller, one lot, one building, 2431 Peach Orchard Road, $5 etc.; Larry D. Britt to Larry D. Britt Estate, one lot, two buildings, 4825 Significant Drive, $5 etc.; Daufreda and Joh Brown to Daufreda Brown Estate and Steven M. Johnson, one lot, two buildings, 911 Mathis St., $5 etc.; Lillie Bell Brown (lifetime estate) to Mack W. Brown, one building, 1625 Pleasant Grove Road, $5 etc.; Archie C. Cooper to Archie C. Cooper Estate, one lot, two buildings, 122 Curtiswood Ave., $5 etc. Neola Capers (lifetime estate) to Wesley Epps, one lot, three buildings, 223 Institute St., $5 etc.; Wardell Moore (lifetime estate) et al to County of Sumter, three buildings, 831 St. Matthews Church Road, $5 etc.; William Alvin and Rozenia Grant Wilson to William Alvin and Rezenia Grant Wilson, one lot, 2155 Avenue D, $3,500; Rosser K. and J. Legrand to Rosser K. Legrand, one lot, one building, 2861 Sequoia Drive, $5 etc.; Etoail T. Dewitt Estate to Myrtle A. and Walter Matthew Dewitt (lifetime estate), one lot, five buildings, 1300 Tulip St., $5 etc.; Marie Eaddy (1/6 interest of Rebecca Cocklin) to Albertus Cocklin Sr. et al, one lot, one building, 17 Cleveland St., $5 etc. Marie Cocklin to Albertus Cocklin Sr. et al, one lot, one building, 15 Cleveland St., $5 etc.; Marie Cocklin to Albertus Cocklin Sr. et al, one lot, one building, 520 S. Harvin St., $5 etc.; Marie Eaddy to Albertus Cocklin Sr. et al, two lots, one building, 38 Murphy St., $5 etc.; Rana Terrell and Damon Cocklin (interest conveyed) to Albertus Cocklin Sr. et al, one lot, one building, 1027 Belmont Drive, $5 etc.; Sherran Floyd Evans Estate to Glenn J. Evans et al, one lot, one building, 2315 Treetop Lane, $5 etc.; Alexander T. Crosby to Alexander T. Crosby Estate, one lot, one building, 2145 Harborview Drive, $5 etc.; Patrick S. and Ba Davis to Patrick S. Davis Estate and Demetre J. Battles, one lot, one building, 23 Brunhill Circle, $5 etc. Deborah J. Dudley to Deborah J. Dudley Estate, one lot, two buildings, 2190 Graystone Drive, $5 etc.; Elouise D. Montgomery (1/2 interest conveyed) to Robert G. Evans Estate and Elouise Montgomery, one lot, two buildings, 921 Clay St., $5 etc.; Robert G. Evans to Robert G. Evans Estate, one lot, one building, 207 E. Moore St., $5 etc.; Robert A. and Sonja G. England to Sonja G. England, one lot, one building, 2921 Waverly Drive, $5 etc.; Robert A. and Sonja England to Sonja G. England, one lot, one building, 609 N. Magnolia St., $5 etc.; Robert A. England to Robert A. England Estate, one lot, back lots, $5 etc.; Bryan Earl and Dora Ann Fronabarger to Bryan Earl Fronabarger, one lot, two buildings, 3105 Chris Drive, $5 etc. Catherine H. Stuckey et al (interest of Larry J. Stuckey) to Mystyen Davis, 1345 Trappers Run Drive, $5 etc.; Carl Dubose to Harry Dubose, one lot, 26 Pine St., $5,000; Jarrod Dubose Schmitt and Michell L. Dubose to Michelle L. Dubose-Schmitt, one lot, two buildings, 40 Parliament Court, $5 etc.; Jeanne M. Reaves and Zelime M. Lentz to Linda G. Craft, one lot, one building, 506 Phelps St., $50,000; Ervin B. Shaw and Mildred Shaw Berg to Mildred Shaw Berg, one lot, three buildings, 7 Frank Clarke, $85,000; Mildred Shaw Berg to George Gerhardt II and Michelle Labordo Berg, one lot, three buildings, 7 Frank Clarke, $5 etc.; Mary M. Orourke Estate to Julie Anne and Joseph W. Lowder, one lot, two buildings, 519 W. Hampton Ave., $137,000. Hurricane Construction Inc. to Daniel L. and Lokeisa L. Howard, one lot, one building, 3630 Galloway Lane, $192,490; William Elliott Brown and Joanne Elizabeth Reddington (lifetime estate resident) to Brian and Shelia A. Jones, one lot, two buildings, 2389 Mt. Vernon Drive, $95,000; Rhonda G. Spencer and Bruce E. Glick to William H. and Jennifer K. Johns, four buildings, 1975 Sans Souci Road, $215,000; the Rev. L.W. Walker Sr. et al to Syntyche W. Mallard et al, one lot, two buildings, 8 S. Purdy St., $5 etc.; James W. Ross to Domus Construction LLC, one lot, 2600 Stirrup Lane, $25,000; Corine W. Hampton et al to Ernest Hampton et al, one lot, 220 Institute St., $5 etc.


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Angel Sanchez speaks with Kai Buckert, who presented him with his bow at the first CWWAF Fun Shoot in 2012.

invisible wounds BY KIM DAULT Special to The Item

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ane. Walker. Wheelchair. Prosthetic limb. Missing limb. Those are the easily recognizable injuries of war. But war also comes with wounds invisible to the eye — pain, sleepless nights, viewing passing strangers as the enemy and moving through life with senses on high alert even though you’re back home, out of harm’s way, in a place you should feel safe. Archery might not be a magical cure-all for wounded soldiers, but it’s a start — a fun start. Twenty-four wounded warriors got that start on March 2 in the quiet woods of the South Carolina Waterfowl Association’s Camp Woodie, with the opportunity to relax, make friends and learn a new sport. The second annual Fun Shoot Clinic, sponsored by the S.C. non-profit charity Crossroads Wounded Warrior Archery Foundation, included a Jeff James waits for his turn to shoot at the targets at the S.C. special guest this year. Team Waterfowl Association’s Camp Primos®, a nationally known Woodie, where the Crossroads hunting products company, Wounded Warrior Foundation was present to shoot with the held its second annual Fun Shoot. soldiers and provide them some of their outdoor gear. Most of the soldiers traveled from several states away to participate. They represented Fort Knox, Fort Bennington, Fort Stewart and Fort Jackson. Army veterans who had participated in the first CWWAF Fun Shoot in 2012 traveled from Georgia and as far away as Chicago to join their friends for the second.

Katherine “Kat” Regalado takes aim during the second annual Crossroads Wounded Warrior Archery Foundation Fun Shoot. She said the program has improved her focus and concentration, while affording her the opportunity to share interests and spend time with others who have similar experiences.

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‘All the things y’all have done for us has made our tours overseas worth it. It makes me happy to know that there are people out there who care, and that our sacrifices are not in vain. I had a blast.’ Members and guests of the Crossroads Wounded Warrior Archery Foundation pose for a group photo during the March 2 Fun Shoot.

IMPACT During the lunch break, other soldiers took time to explain how such an event impacts their lives. Only 19 years old when his vehicle was hit by an RPG, Austin Kirby said of CWWAF, “All the things y’all have done for us has made our tours overseas worth it. It makes me happy to know that there are people out there who care, and that our sacrifices are not in vain. I had a blast.” “It’s here that for at least a few hours, we forget pain or any other issues going on with us,” Army veteran Sandy Mojica added. “We get together, we shoot, laugh, and we help each other. It’s an amazing time.”

After lunch Primos® CEO and former Marine Jimmy Primos spoke to the group about his military service in Vietnam. He also shared his thoughts on life after military service, challenging the soldiers to keep God in their lives. That’s a sentiment Peterson echoed. “I am thankful that this organization is not afraid to thank God for his bountiful blessings that he provides daily,” he said. Peterson presented Primos, CWWAF board members, Coach Steven Coleman and Swamp Fox Archers’ President Jimmy Sanders with a hand-carved cross made of deer antler by Elaine Walton of California. Before door prizes were drawn, a special presentation was made to

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Army Sgt. 1st Class Angel Sanchez, whom CWWAF recognized as its most enthusiastic ambassador. Like Regalado, Sanchez received his bow at the Foundation’s June 2012 Shoot. As the applause and cheers died down for the self-proclaimed “Puerto Rican Robin Hood,” a teary-eyed Sanchez talked about how the organization had helped him. “For the first time in years I am so happy with what I do,” he said. “I enjoy every single day. When I talk to soldiers, I tell them about archery and the Foundation and how it has changed my life. I feel so at ease and pleased just by telling them my story and how (archery) helped me with SEE ARCHERY, PAGE C6

The sport of archery has physically rehabilitative qualities, such as increasing hand-eye coordination and concentration, which is beneficial for soldiers with injuries like TBI (traumatic brain injury) or PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder). Archery also offers the added benefits of increased self esteem and an opportunity to socialize in a setting that isn’t overwhelming. That’s a concept recently retired Army veteran Paul Peterson appreciates. “It provides a chance and ability to meet other soldiers that are sharing some of the same daily struggles,” he said. “We can now forget about them for just a moment ... focus on the target down range and the camaraderie .... Crossroads has allowed me to meet new friends that I probably would have never met if it had not been for them, and I will always be thankful for that.” Katherine Regalado received her bow at the CWWAF 2012 Shoot and is an eager participant at the events. She said she finds her involvement beneficial in more ways than one. “Not only have I improved my focus and concentration,” she said, “I have gained a new perspective in life, as well. The Fun Shoot gave me a chance to see fellow wounded warriors who can relate to some of the challenges I face on a daily basis. I also got a chance to see all the wonderful people who have given me the opportunity to enjoy archery. I am ... very thankful for the archery equipment that changed my life for the better. ” Army vet James Lamarche, participating in his second shoot with the group, described it as “one of the best organizations helping myself and other warriors to get out of a funk and do things that a lot really thought they might not be able to do.” Army Sergeant 1st Class Scott Burke agreed, “Thanks to (CWWAF), I have come from a dark spot not wanting to socialize with anyone to feeling like part of a new family that inspires me to grow, be involved and want to share this newfound talent. I truly love how no one judges me, they just embrace me like family.” Divided into eight teams, the friendly competition for bragging rights included a variety of 3D and spot targets. Good-natured teasing was mixed with quiet words of encouragement, often from one soldier to another, as the group made their way through the eight-station course. Primos® filmed much of the event for a future episode of their television show, “Truth About Hunting.”

Local dancers head to NYC; Sumter ready for furniture market yesteryear in Sumter

75 YEARS AGO – 1938 Carolina boys and girls. The Week of Aug. 19-25 group will be met at the GreyTwelve dancers led by hound bus terminal in New Sumter’s “Dot” Bradford of York by Paramount newsreel “Big Apple” fame left Myrtle cameramen and representaBeach during the tives of the press. week to head to Plans are already from the New York to dance being made for the archives of the newest dance The Item dancers to have a trycraze, “Peeling the out for a chance to go Peach,” on the to Hollywood and apHotel Astor roof pear in musicals. Miss garden. The dancBradford’s dance parters were chosen by ner will be Wahoo a New York talent Wimbish of Greensscout and offered a Item Editor boro, N.C. She is the two-week contract HUBERT OSTEEN daughter of Mr. and with all expenses Mrs. J.D. Bradford of paid. The dance Sumter. was started during the sumFrom the “In and Around mer at the new Myrtle Beach The Town” column – “Sumpavilion by North and South ter County and the city of

Sumter spend around $400,000 annually for the education of children between the ages of six and eighteen and the state spends several million dollars annually for college education. The children are taught to read and are supposed to acquire the foundation of a liberal education. But neither the county nor the state makes adequate provision to enable high school and college graduates to continue their education by reading and study. Sumter County needs an enlarged library service for the development of an educated, cultured and enlightened citizenship throughout the county. A one-mill tax levy would

greatly improve the library service that has been inaugurated in this county. “The Columbia weather bureau confesses to 98 degrees yesterday, while Sumter went one better with a high of 99. The elevated location of the Columbia thermometer may account for the difference. ... At the regular meeting of City Council held last night Councilman-elect Herbert A. Moses was inducted into office for a four-year term. He succeeds Mr. W.E. Bynum who had served two terms of four years each, and did not offer for re-election at the recent municipal election. Mr. Bynum gave the city efficient, conscientious service

and contributed a full share in maintaining the high standard of business administration Sumter has enjoyed for many years. He is due and should receive the thanks and commendation of the citizens of Sumter for his faithful and able performance of a public duty throughout his eight years of service. As has been observed by an outside commentator on Sumter’s governmental record: ‘Sumter has the habit of electing competent men to office.’ “Mr. M.S. ‘Mac’ Boykin has received within the past few days two mounted fish that he caught on a trip to Fort SEE YESTERYEAR, PAGE C6


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Mack-Gill Mr. and Mrs. James H. Mack Jr. of Greenville announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Catherine Mack of Columbia, to Geoffrey Ryan Gill of Columbia, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Smutz and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gill, all of Sumter. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Harold Mack of Greenville, Mary Louise McLaurin of Anderson, and the late John Franklin McLaurin Jr. of Bennettsville. She graduated from Greenville High School and Clemson University with a bachelor of science in management and is pursuing a master’s degree in human resource development. She is employed by BB&T in Columbia. The bridegroom-elect is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gill of Wilmington, N.C., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Bobby P. Elli- MISS MACK, GILL son of Parkersburg, W.Va. He graduated from Sumter High School and attends Midlands Technical College. He is employed by Southeastern Freight Lines in Columbia. The wedding is planned for June 15, 2013, at First Presbyterian Church in Greenville.

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EAR ABBY — My best friend happen around a holiday and are not associated with one. of more than 12 years — the Would it be unfair to ask him to pastor of a large church — compromise and share certain trawas sent to prison several months ago for soliciting sex with two minor ditions with me, in light of the fact that he has no family traditions to children. While I despise what he bring to the table? did, I have enough intimate NO HAPPY BIRTHDAYS knowledge to know this was a one-time thing. He’s a sex adDEAR NO HAPPY BIRTHdict and, while this does not DAYS — You could ask him forgive the act, it was just an to compromise, but it would escalation of his addiction. be unrealistic to expect that I have decided to forgive someone with his ingrained him and be supportive. I send attitude will do so. A fish and him a small amount of money Abigail a bird may love each other, each week and provide emoVAN BUREN but it doesn’t mean they can tional support. My problem is, happily cohabit. If you want I knew about his addiction for a happy relationship, find someone 11 of the 12 years we have known whose traditions more closely reeach other. I feel I could have presemble your own. vented all this from happening if I had told others, intervened and DEAR ABBY — I’m an almost helped him get treatment. How do I 18-year-old girl. I hoped that by now apologize to all of those who loved and supported him, not knowing he I would be over my fear of the dark, but I’m not. I can’t sleep without the wasn’t celibate? THE GUILTY ENABLER TV, go outside after dark or walk through my house at night without being terrified. I always feel as if DEAR ENABLER — Excuse me? “Just� an escalation of the man’s sex there is “something� there, no matter how many times I shine a light to addiction? The man’s lack of charcheck. I’m pretty sure this is irratioacter is appalling. That you would nal, but I don’t know what to do. turn a blind eye to what he was SCAREDY-CAT IN FLORIDA doing indicates that you have issues of your own that need resolving. DEAR SCAREDY-CAT — When Forget about apologizing. You can’t someone has an irrational fear, the make this better. What’s done is thing to do is to consult a licensed done. psychotherapist and discuss it. DEAR ABBY — My boyfriend was There are counselors who specialize in phobias, and your physician may raised in a family that didn’t celebe able to refer you to one. brate holidays, including birthdays. They converted to that religion when he was 10, and while he no Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van longer identifies with that religion, Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, he still doesn’t recognize any celeand was founded by her mother, Paubrations. line Phillips. Write Dear Abby at www. I was raised with all the traditions DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los surrounding the holidays and the Angeles, CA 90069. family time that comes with it. I feel they are very important. I have tried Abby shares more than 100 of her explaining this to him, but his attifavorite recipes in two booklets: “Abtude toward holidays borders on ha- by’s Favorite Recipes� and “More Favortred. ite Recipes by Dear Abby.� Send your He recently told me he wants me name and mailing address, plus check to stop including him in activities or or money order for $14 (U.S. funds) to: conversations related to holidays Dear Abby, Cookbooklet Set, P.O. Box and birthdays, and I’m not sure 447, Mount Morris, IL 61054-0447. what to do. He finds the same activi- (Shipping and handling are included in ties acceptable as long as they don’t the price.)

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.

SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 2013

UK: Public OK with creating babies from 3 people’s DNA MARIA CHENG AP Medical Writer LONDON — Britain’s fertility regulator says it has found broad public support for in vitro fertilization techniques that allow babies to be created with DNA from three people for couples at risk of passing on potentially fatal genetic diseases. It also found there was no evidence to suggest the techniques were unsafe, but said further research was still necessary. Critics, however, slammed the decision as a breach of ethics, saying there were already safe methods like egg donation to allow people to have children without mitochondria defects. Britain’s Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority began a public discussion of the topic at the government’s request last year. “Although some people have concerns about the safety of these techniques, we found that they trust the scientific experts and the regulator to know when it is appropriate to make them available to patients,� Lisa Jardine, chair of the group, said in a statement Wednesday. British law forbids altering a human egg or an embryo before transferring it into a woman, so such treatments are currently only allowed for research. The regulator will now pass its findings to the government, which would need Parliamentary permission to change the law. Similar research is going on in the U.S., where the embryos are not being used to produce children. About one in 200 children every year in Britain is born with a mitochondrial disorder, faults in a cell’s energy source that are contained

outside the nucleus in a normal female egg. Mistakes in the mitochondria’s genetic code can result in serious diseases such as muscular dystrophy, epilepsy, heart problems and mental retardation. When a method to avoid these faults was first successfully used in 2008, headlines announced that scientists had created a child with three parents — two biological mothers and a father. But scientists said that was inaccurate, since there are only trace bits of genetic material from one woman. There are two procedures to avoid passing on faulty mitochondria. The first involves using an egg from one woman with mitochondrial defects and the sperm of the father. Scientists then put that embryo into an emptied egg from a second woman with healthy mitochondria. The DNA from the second woman amounts to less than 1 percent of the embryo’s genes. In the second technique, scientists transfer nuclear DNA out of a day-old embryo with defective mitochondria. The DNA is implanted into another single-cell embryo with normal mitochondria. The nuclear DNA from the donor embryo is discarded, leaving the healthy mitochondria. Experts say the new techniques would likely only be used in about a dozen U.K. women every year. David King, director of Human Genetics Alert, called the HFEA recommendations “a travesty of basic medical ethics.� His group is a secular organization that opposes many genetics and fertilization experiments. Others, however, called it progress for those with mitochondrial diseases.

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Joshua Geddings, a 2005 graduate of Lakewood High School, was recently named the 2012-13 Teacher of the Year for Berry Shoals Intermediate School in Spartanburg County. This is Geddings first year teaching at the school, and he teaches a behavior disabilities class. He majored in special education at the University of South Carolina Upstate. He is the son of Chipper and Shelia Geddings of Sumter and the grandson of Mary Geddings. LIMESTONE COLLEGE

During its December commencement exercises, Limestone College awarded degrees to more than 450 graduates. Local students who received their degrees from Limestone include: • Dalzell — Jamilla Nelson, bachelor of science degree in business administration/management as well as another degree in marketing

• Sumter — Celestine Ardis, bachelor of science in business administration/management; Heather Ruggiero, bachelor of science in business administration/management • Manning — Shawn Bilton, bachelor of science in business administration/accounting; Shanita Brangman, bachelor of arts in liberal studies; Danny Masincup, bachelor of science in CSIT/information systems security; Jennifer McNeely, bachelor of science in business administration/management and another degree in marketing; William Sylvester, bachelor of arts in liberal studies • Rembert — Rodney Halley, a bachelor of science in CSIT/information systems security • Bishopville — Jannise Joe, bachelor of science in CSIT/information technology • Turbeville — Heather McLaughlin, bachelor of science in social work

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Historian compiles Styron’s letters

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FROM STAFF REPORTS COLUMBIA - Ask the University of South Carolina’s R. Blakeslee Gilpin how he ended up editing “The Selected Letters of William Styron,� released in December by Random House, and he will explain how graduate school encourages the mind to wander. In Gilpin’s case, he was three-quarters of the way through a dissertation on 20th-century attitudes toward 19th-century abolitionist John Brown when he chanced upon a trove of letSTYRON ters from Styron to fellow novelist Robert Penn Warren concerning Styron’s controversial 1967 novel “The Confessions of Nat Turner.� “That stuff got me very interested very quickly,� Gilpin said. “John Brown was great – I’d been working on that a long time – but I was on fire for this.� Partly he was drawn to Styron’s letters because they dovetailed with the research he was already doing. But he was equally interested in Styron the man – his creative processes, his battle with depression and his interactions with the most influential figures of the 20th century. Gilpin, an assistant history professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, had also once spent two summers in college running a small post office near William and Rose Styron’s home on Martha’s Vineyard and had occasionally assisted the author. “He was one of the most noted personalities on the island, and I wanted to be a writer when I was 19,� Gilpin said. “I’d put stamps on packages to Carlos Fuentes and Gabriel Garcia Marquez for him.� Little did Gilpin know he’d eventually read much of that same correspondence – including a postcard he himself had processed – but that’s precisely what happened after he contacted Rose Styron in 2007 wanting to write a biography. She invited him instead to help compile her late husband’s letters. “I couldn’t turn it down, but I also had no idea what was really involved,� Gilpin said. Together, they read and transcribed the letters. Gilpin said Rose Styron was invaluable because of her ability to recall events and add explanations of relationships to each piece of correspondence. “Rose is incredible. She remembers things in amazing detail,� he said. Ultimately, Gilpin turned his John Brown dissertation into the book, “John Brown Still Lives!,� which was a finalist for the 2012 Frederick Douglass Book Prize, but it’s been Styron who’s continued to dog his imagination. In fact, he is already working on two other books on the late author – a biography, plus “a more academic book� about the reception of “The Confessions of Nat Turner� in 1960s America. “The letters are like the research base for everything else,� Gilpin said. “I now really know this stuff. I know this guy’s story, and it’s fascinating.�

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The Sumter Community Concert Band, shown here at practice, will present its spring concert at 4 p.m. today at Patriot Hall. Admission is free, and no tickets are required. Director James H. “Jimmy� Mills will conduct.

Beware running into this mystery plant BY JOHN NELSON Curator, USC Herbarium Don’t worry about kids falling out of this tree. It’s terrible for a tree house, or just for climbing, and for pretty obvious reasons. It is a native deciduous plant, fairly common from New York through the lower Midwest, and south to Texas and northern Florida. Most people would consider this plant something of a shrub, but it does get to be tree-sized, that is, short tree-sized, with the tallest usually about 30 or so feet high. The plants grow quickly in a variety of woodland habitats, often on open, disturbed ground. Otherwise, they can handle reasonably shady places. The plants are quite striking when they reach any appreciable size, for a variety of reasons. The plants themselves are only sparingly branched, and so a thicket of these will sometime have a kind of “stickly,� willowy look. The plants frequently spread themselves by runners, just below the soil surface. The leaves are quite impressive: Technically, they are the largest leaves of any North American tree species. Each leaf is equipped with a smooth, pale brown stalk, and the blade is divided over and over again into many dozens of teardrop-shaped leaflets. Because most people will look at the entire leaf and see only leaflets, they think the leaf itself is small. But the leaf is definitely compound, and big ones can be nearly

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Don’t make your kids a treehouse in the limbs of this week’s mystery plant! It’s full of prickles.

4 feet long. The autumn foliage is attractive, a sort of shiny yellow. In winter condition, the scar produced by the falling leaf is quite prominently U-shaped, something like a smile, and each of these leaf scars will reveal a series of vascular bundle scars within, arranged in a crescent. Small white flowers are produced in umbrella-like clusters in large, branched arrangements toward the top of the trunk. A variety of insects love the flowers, including bees, wasps and several butterflies. In late summer, the young fruits begin to swell and turn dark, eventually becoming shiny purple-black, and very juicy. Delicious for birds, although when I sampled

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one or two, they were terrible! But the wondrous thing about this plant must be the fantastic assortment of “stickers� it exhibits. The young stickers are pliable and green, but eventually become hardened, or indurated, both hook-shaped as well as straight. The sharp stickers may be found all up and down the stems, and also on the leaf stalks and successive divisions of the leaf blade. You’ll also see a prominent “crown� of these things associated with each leaf scar. Note that these stickers are technically what we call “prickles,� and are not thorns, as they contain no vascular tissue. The “thorns� of a rose bush are also prickles. If you want true thorns, you might consider something like the treacherous honey-locust. This native species makes a wonderful addition to the back border of a garden, as long as you can handle its sprouts, from the runners. The flowers and fruits are attractive to wildlife, and the fall foliage is nice. Be sure to tell your friends that it is a relative of ginseng — and English ivy! Answer: “Devil’s walkingstick,� Aralia spinosa John Nelson is the curator of the A.C. Moore Herbarium at the University of South Carolina, in the Department of Biological Sciences, Columbia SC 29208. The Herbarium offers free plant identifications. Visit www.herbarium.org or call (803) 777-8196.


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ABOVE LEFT: The iron framework of the County Office Building is seen in its beginning stages in 1972. The building was finished in 1973. MIDDLE: The precast concrete is added to the façade of the building. RIGHT: The completed building was designed to be the focal point of the civic center complex.

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he County Office Building is celebrating 40 years of existence. This building has become one of the most recognizable structures within the city limits. Persons walking toward the entrance of this seven-story building are faced with a brick and precast concrete façade. The structure was begun in 1972 and was ready for occupancy in September of 1973. The building costing $1 Sammy million was WAY designed to be the focal point of Sumter’s new Civic Center Complex. The new government structures were constructed in an area bounded by Hampton Avenue and Harvin, Calhoun and Magnolia streets. Architect Robert James speculates that “the triangular-shaped building may be the only such designed structure in the state,” wrote Item staff writer Susan Tiede in the Aug. 2, 1973, edition of The Item. The building was designed to house the Vocational Rehabilitation Department, the Santee-Wateree Regional Planning Council, the Clemson University Extension Service, the S.C. State Commission of Forestry, the voter registration board and the State Tax Commission. “Bad weather and poor delivery of materials due to strikes were cited by thenCounty Administrator E.M. ‘Mac’ DuBose as the main reasons the County Commission granted two extensions to the completion date of the building. Tenants were originally to begin moving in April 1. This date was later moved back to July 1 and finally to ... Sept 1.” Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at waysammy@ yahoo.com or (803) 774-1294.

ABOVE: The view of the County Office Building from the top of the Dixie Life building is seen prior to the Dixie Life building’s removal from the Main Street area.

LEFT: The view is seen from the top of the County Office Building looking out over the city of Sumter.

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EDUCATION

SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 2013

St. Anne Catholic School STUDENTS COMPETE IN FESTIVAL

St. Anne Catholic School students competed at the South Carolina Independent Schools Association Music Festival held at USC School of Music on March 14. The Honor Choir performers, Ashauna Leverette, Lila Floyd, Alyssa Law, Andrea Clark, Justina Hines, Anna Cannon and Casey Doyle, received a Superior rating. They were directed by Linda Coyne. Also receiving Superior were pianists: Laura Kirby taught by Bronwyn Rabon; Susan Floyd taught by Marie Burns; and Ashauna Leverette taught by Jane Luther Smith. Superior ratings were also awarded to: Charlotte Borsos on violin, taught by Mary Ford, and Oscar Floyd on guitar, taught by Allen Heinman. Violinist Lindsey Walter, taught by Mary Ford, received an Excellent rating. Caroline Mack vocal students Casey Doyle and Andrea Clark received Good ratings.

physical examination form and Medicaid card (if applicable). For more information, call the appropriate school or the district office at (803) 469-6900, extension 522. Parents are encouraged to enroll their children no later than Thursday.

The 4th Annual St. Anne Catholic School Fundraiser will be held 6:30-10 p.m. May 3 at the O’Donnell House. “Our Run for the Roses” will include heavy hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar, and silent and live auctions. Tickets are $25 and all funds raised will benefit St. Anne Catholic School and assist in continuing its various programs as well as fund its financial aid programs. Call the school office at (803) 775-3632 for more information, to donate items, or to purchase tickets.— Jody Murphy

Morris College FINE ARTS FESTIVAL WEEK

Fine Arts Festival Week will be held Monday-Friday. Various events will take place including the Morris College Gospel Choir’s Annual Spring Concert at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Neal-Jones Auditorium. The concert is free and open to the public. For additional information, contact the Division of Religion and Humanities at (803) 934-3214. — Vicky Sutton-Jackson

Sumter School District TEACHER SELECTED FOR SCIENCE P.L.U.S. INSTITUTE

Four Sumter School District teachers have been selected to attend the Science P.L.U.S. Institute at Roper Mountain in Greenville this summer. Kimberly James from Chestnut Oaks Middle School, Marlissa Morton from Ebenezer Middle School and Diane Smith from Kingsbury Elementary School plan to participate in the program July 8-12, and Monica Pate from Shaw Heights Elementary School is scheduled for the July 15-19 session. The Institute is completely funded by a South Carolina Education Improvement Act (EIA) grant and gives intensive training in science teaching methods and activities to public school science teachers in South Carolina. READING COUNCIL CONTEST SLATED

The Sumter Area Reading Council is sponsoring a Young Writers Contest in three divisions including elementary, middle and high school levels. All writers will be asked to share their thoughts on reading. At the elementary level, the topic is “Why Should I Read?” The essay should be 25 to 50 words. At the middle and high school level, the topic is “How do I Connect the Pieces in Reading and Writing?” These submissions should be 75 to 150 words. All entries are due no later than Friday. Winners will be announced at the Sumter Area Reading Council’s April meeting. For more information, contact kindergarten teacher Shawn Rearden at Oakland Primary School. REGISTRATION REMINDER

Sumter School District is holding prekindergarten and kindergarten registration for the 2013-14 school year. Parents who have students to enroll in either class are reminded to apply now. Kindergarten is a full-day program. Students must be 5 years old by Sept. 1, 2013 to qualify. The pre-kindergarten program is not state-mandated, and there are a limited number of slots available at each school. To qualify for this program, students must be 4 years old on or before Sept. 1. Students will be pre-screened using a state-approved instrument. First consideration for prekindergarten will be given to students who qualify for free or reduced-price lunch, Medicaid, or documented developmental delays. Pre-kindergarten classes are half-day programs. To register for these programs, parents should visit the school within their attendance zone and bring the child’s birth certificate, South Carolina Immunization Form 1148, proof of residence,

WARRIORS, STAFF MEMBER OF WEEK NAMED

The Sumter School District Board of Trustees will hold a work session and budget hearing at 6 p.m. tomorrow at Crestwood High School, 2000 Oswego Road. The next regular board meeting will be on April 8.

The Westside Christian Academy Warriors of the Week were recognized on March 14 during chapel service, highlighting the character quality of selfcontrol. The elementary warrior was first-grader Drew Squires, the middle school warrior was Laura Cummings, and “Wee” Warrior of the week was Ryan Spencer. Westside Christian Academy also recognized Gabrielle Waggoner as Staff Member of the Week.

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REGISTRATION

Sumter School District, including the district office and all schools, will be closed for spring holidays March 29April 5. School will resume on April 8. — Mary B. Sheridan

Registration for current Westside students is ongoing. The open registration has begun for families interested in attending Westside Christian Academy. Space is limited. Families who wish to schedule a tour can call WCA at (803) 775-4406. — Crystal Hicks

BOARD WORK SESSION SCHEDULED

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FUNDRAISER SET FOR MAY 3

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Second-grade students at Summerton Early Childhood Center are training to be junior achievers. Junior Achievement, a nonprofit organization financed by businesses, foundations, government and individuals educates and inspires youth how to become successful in a global economy. Students have enjoyed participating in sessions led by Martha Wilson and her assistants. ST. PAUL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

The SPES fifth-grade teachers and students traveled to the Isle of Palms in Charleston to explore Caper’s Island, one of the last uninhabited barrier islands. The students were able to experience and explore: estuaries, inlets, barrier islands, sea islands, native plants and animal species, and tides. The students also were engaged in authentic lessons on the constructive and deconstructive processes that take place on land, as well as, in the water. The visit culminated with a cookout on the beach. After the students returned to St. Paul, they were required to complete a multiple paragraph composition about their barrier island experience. — Beverly Spry

Wilson Hall JUNIOR CLASS RETREAT

As part of the curriculum, the juniors attended the seventh annual junior class retreat at the Kanuga Conference Center in Hendersonville, N.C., March 3-5. Coordinated by Laura Barr and Glen Rector, the retreat provided rising seniors with a “beyond the classroom walls” experience with a focus on loyalty, leadership and legacy. The retreat included group activities, structured discussions, and opportunities for enjoying the facilities of the conference center located in the mountains of North Carolina. Activities included an obstacle course operated by the Mountain Trail Outdoor School, teambuilding exercises and cooperation games. Dr. Milt Lowder, a licensed counseling psychologist in Greenville and a 1990 graduate of Wilson Hall, delivered the keynote speech with the topic of “Defining Success.” There were also presentations given by Fred Moulton, headmaster, as well as from some of the 12 faculty members who attended the retreat. Two alumni, Tyler Sutton ’10 and Wesley Talley ’10, traveled from the University of South Carolina to speak about the impact of the retreat. Every member of the Class of 2014 had the opportunity to enjoy the significant benefits of a time set apart for community building and individual character development in a way that will not only benefit each student individually, but continue Wilson Hall’s strong tradition of effective preparation for college and beyond. SPECIAL ATHLETIC RECOGNITION

Several athletes received special recognition at the conclusion of the winter season. Eighth-grader Alex Price was named the S.C. Independent School Association Player of the Year for bowling, and he and junior Kaylee Pitts were named to the All-State teams for bowling. For basketball, seniors Kyle Duffy, Lucion Hall, Elizabeth Munn and Sharp Turner were selected for the Georgia Independent School Association/SCISA All-Star teams, and sophomore Hannah Jordan was chosen for the SCISA AAA North/South All-Star team. Chosen for the Region II-AAA All-Region team were Duffy, Hall, Jordan and Turner, and Hall and Turner were named the Region Players of the Year. Glen Rector was chosen as the Region Girls Coach of the Year and Eddie Talley was chosen as the Region Boys Coach of the Year. — Sean Hoskins

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tion. Alexcia Hawkins shadowed Willistine Simon, benefits coordinator for the Lee County School District. This experience has assisted many students in determining future career options. LOCAL CHURCH SUPPORTS STUDENTS

On March 19-20, the students of Lee County participated in the writing portion of the Palmetto Assessment of State Standards (PASS) testing. Pastor Wayne Montgomery, of Barnettsville Baptist Church, in an effort to support the students and the schools, donated pencils for all the students testing at Lee Central Middle School. This donation was spearheaded by the Young Women’s Auxiliary of the church. DATES TO REMEMBER

Mark the following on the calendar: March 26, end of third quarter; 29, Good Friday Holiday; April 1-5, spring break; 8 – report cards issued — Lori Link

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CLASSICAL PIANIST TO PRESENT RECITAL

UPPER SCHOOL SCIENCE FAIR HELD

Classical pianist Dorian Leljak, will present a lecture recital at noon April 17 in the Nettles Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public. The program will include selections from the Preludes, Opus 28 by Chopin. Leljak is professor of piano at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, Serbia, and teaches at the Royal College of Music in London. His previous engagements include teaching at the Yale School of Music. He has studied with Arbo Valdma and with Yale University’s Boris Berman. Leljak has won numerous international piano competitions, including the Rachmaninov Competition in Belgrade and the Novi Sad Piano Competition and has been awarded a number of prestigious prizes, including the University of Novi Sad Merit Award and the Yale University Mary Clapp Howell, Irving Gilmore and Parisot Prizes. He has appeared in recital and with orchestras including the Windstrings Orchestra, Wyoming Symphony Orchestra, Yale Philharmonia Orchestra, Belgrade Philharmonics, Belgrade RadioTelevision Orchestra, Voyvodina Philharmonics, Yale Repertory Orchestra and many others. With a successful career as a chamber musician, Leljak has established collaborations with cellist Istvan Varga and Pianist Ninoslav Zivkovic. In 2002, he debuted at Carnegie Hall and Boston Philharmonia Hall. Additional information about Leljak is available online at www.dorianleljak. com. This event is sponsored by the USC Sumter Department of Arts and Letters and the Korn Trust. USC Sumter Music Instructor Jane Luther Smith is the host and can be contacted at jlsmith@uscsumter.edu or (803) 938-3831 for more information. — Misty Hatfield

During the last week of February, many high and middle students participated in the annual TSA Science Fair. The projects were displayed in the dance studio. Volunteer judges evaluated displays submitted by TSA students in many different categories. Some categories were combined for judging purposes. Individual winners and awards for high school were: Best Overall Project — tie for first place, Kayla Chappell and Chris White, and second place to Eric Lisenby; Behavioral/Social Science and Microbiology were grouped together with first place going to Sarah Brandt, second place to Jacob Crotts and third place to Beka St. Cyr; Physics, Environmental, Engineering, Math, and Environmental combined categories — first place to Chris White, second place to Eric Lisenby and third place to Lizzy Lowe; Chemistry — first place to Baileigh Harrelson, second place to Haley Fike, and third place to Caroline Dollard; combined categories of Zoology, Biology, Botany and Medicine/ Health — first place to Kayla Chappell, second place to Courtney Simpson, and third place to Christie Shannon; and the team project first-place winner was Patrick Kuzbary and Brian Prewitt. Individual winners and awards for middle school were: Best Overall Project — first place to Trey Bolton and second place to Cassidy Brunson; Behavior and Social Science, Medicine and Health and Botany were grouped together — first place to Kenzie MacQueen, second place to Samantha Monohan, and third place to Emily Jackson; Chemistry and Engineering — first place to Trey Bolton, second place to Cassidy Brunson and third to Kayleigh Benenhaley; and Environmental, Physics and Zoology — first place to Mason Warren, second place to Bella Crowe and third place to Chris Rembert.

Laurence Manning Academy STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN HISTORY DAY

Each year Laurence Manning Academy students participate in National History Day. There are many categories from which students may chose to compete, while all of them are to focus on an assigned theme for the given year. This year’s theme is Turning Points in History: People, Ideas, Events. LMA’s middle school participants were: Cora Downer and Laura Drose — Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse: A Turning Point in Entertainment; Kelsey DuRant, Victoria McLeod, Amy Reynolds and Rebekah Robinson — Lights, Camera, Action; and Chander Hill and Carson Walker — The Invention of the Radio. LMA’s high school participants were: Peyton McInnis — The Fall of Charleston (chosen to compete at state finals); Breanna Bradham — Title 9 Leveling the Court (chosen to compete at state finals); Jack Evans, Garrett Fuller, Gabe Hutson, Chris Sousa and Tyler Sprott — Alexander Graham Bell’s Invention of the Telephone (chosen to compete at state finals); Ivy Benenhaley and Katelyn Rodine — Silen Spring (chosen to compete at state finals); and Haley Erickson, Taylor Finley and Austin Lane — The Beatles and the British Invasion. The state contest will be held April 13 at the National Bean Market Museum in Lake City — Kim Jolly

Lee County School District STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN SHADOW DAY

On March 7, eighth-grade students attending Lee Central Middle School participated in Job Shadow Day. Students spent a day with an employee (on the job) in a career field of their choosing. The students got a first-hand look at the responsibilities and qualifications that are required for their chosen posi-

STATE GEOGRAPHY BEE

Eighth-grader Shane Shuler has qualified to be in the State Geography Bee in Columbia on April 5. He was one of the top scoring students in the state on the qualifying written test. — Jennifer Cain

Central Carolina Technical College PHI THETA KAPPA INDUCTS NEW MEMBERS

Fifty-eight Central Carolina Technical College students were inducted into the Beta Eta Pi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at the college on March 14. Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society of the two-year college. Its mission is two-fold: to recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students; and to provide opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service and fellowship programming. Inducted this spring were: Jennifer Altomare; Sharon Anderson; Shane Apicella; Brittney Atkinson; Shelly Avins; Kristin Babirad; Melissa Beach; LaQuanda Blyther; Grace Brunson; Simone Brunson; Lavelle Campbell; Tamara Campbell; Leah Carlisle; Devonne Clark; Melody Durant; John Faulkenberry; Vanessa Flores; Gregory Forke; Harmony Gadson; Angelica Gibson; Denise Hampton; Tracey Hilton; Julie Ellen Hollenback; Laverne Houston; Kerri Kellner; Amber King; Vernessa Mathis; April McCallister; Elle McClellan; Kelli Mobley; Joseph Moran; Lisa Outlaw; Anita Petticord; Maci Prescott; Rebecca Ratz; Daniel Reed; Maria Reyes; Jamal Robinson; Deborah Sage; Tosha Shokes; Latise Smalls; Dorothy Smith; Alma Stukes; Katie Szulborski; William Taylor; Renne Underwood; Bailey Vause; and Alaysia Washingon.


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ARCHERY from Page C1 my disorder. June 2012 was when we met and my life changed for the better. Thanks to CWWAF, I am able to help other soldiers like I once was. I am proud of saying ‘I am a part of the Crossroads Wounded Warrior Archery Foundation.’” As door prizes were drawn, each soldier also received a camouflage day pack from CWWAF filled with archery supplies. And just as they had done for Regalado and Sanchez, the Foundation presented gifts of bows to the 12 soldiers present who did not own one. Team Primos® made the presentations, then posed for photos and signed autographs.

TESTIMONY Later that evening Team Primos® attended the

From left, U.S. Army veterans Buddy Rios and Kenneth McCain take aim at a target during the Fun Shoot.

CWWAF Fundraiser Dinner at the Sumter Post 15 American Legion. Steven Coleman, the group’s certified coach,

YESTERYEAR from Page C1 Myers, Fla., early this summer. One of the fish is a tarpon, which weighed 89 pounds when caught, while the other is a sailfish, which weighed 54 pounds. Both are beautiful specimens, beautifully mounted. The sailfish, while only slightly larger than the average caught in Florida waters, is a perfect specimen. The natural colors have been retained by the skillful work of the expert who mounted the fish. Both fish have been hung on the walls of Mr. Boykin’s office at the Carolina Coca-Cola Bottling Co. “Charleston Mayor Burnet Maybank declared in a speech a few days ago that he regarded the liquor question as a local issue; but in any event he was unalterably opposed to the sale of liquor by the drink. Why then has liquor been sold by the drink in bars, restaurants and hundreds of other places in Charleston throughout Mayor Maybank’s term of office and is now being sold by day and by night to all comers?” Officers raid liquor still – Two men were arrested in the Dalzell section of Sumter County following a raid by federal, state and county officers on a whiskey still near Hillcrest School. Charged in the raid were H.B. Boykin and Sam Goodwin of Dalzell. Bond was set at $500 apiece by Federal Commissioner Frank K. Clarke. The still was located a mile and a half northeast of the school and about 400 yards from the home of Boykin and was in full operation when the officers closed in. Three other men working at the still escaped but one was recognized and a warrant issued for his arrest. The still was described as a large steam outfit. More than 2,000 gallons of mash were destroyed along with the distillery equipment. Gamecock gridsters begin practice – Two of the Sumter High School running backs, alternate captain Robert Epps and Bobby Baumann, were photographed working out in 90-plus degree heat as football

practice began for the Gamecocks. Coach Hugh Kolb is expected to have “one of the most powerful backfields in the state” led by captain Johnnie Sweatte along with Epps and Baumann. At the movies: The Sumter opened the week with “The Crowd Roars” starring Robert Taylor and Maureen O’Sullivan, followed by “Yellow Jack” starring Robert Montgomery, Virginia Bruce, Charles Coburn, Andy Devine and Buddy Ebsen; “Woman Against Woman” starring Herbert Marshall, Virginia Bruce and Mary Astor; “Keep Smiling” starring Jane Withers and Gloria Stuart; and a shoot ‘em up, “Gold Mine in the Sky” starring Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette. The Rex featured “Smiling Through” starring Norma Shearer, Frederic March and Leslie Howard; “The Beloved Brat” starring Bonita Granville and Donald Crisp; and a shoot ‘em up, “Gun Smoke Trail,” starring Jack Randall. 50 YEARS AGO — 1963 April 17-23 “Sumter, As Usual, Has Big Stake In High Point Furniture Market. It’s market time! For furniture manufacturers and dealers all roads are leading to High Point, N.C., where the Southern Furniture Market opens tomorrow. Products from Sumter’s two largest manufacturers will be on display as usual, with Korn Industries continuing to feature the new line they introduced this past fall. “At this market, Williams Furniture Corporation, which concentrated on coordinate groupings last autumn, is introducing a new line called ‘Williams Wonderful World of Plastics.’ This contains six different bedroom groupings including three in Early American, one French and one Italian style, all utilizing plastic as part of the design. “Williams, which redecorates its display space for each market period, this time has created eleven room

stood and quietly asked the audience if they saw anything wrong with him. He then shared his experiences

settings, completely accessorized with matching color schemes just as a decorator would for a model home. These settings are intended to suggest to dealers arrangements they can use in their stores, a company official said. “Five delegates from Sumter will be among the 4,000 business and professional men and women who will the 51st annual meeting of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce to be held in Washington April 20 – May 1. “A wide range of issues from tax reduction and government spending to foreign policy will be discussed. Important questions of the moment will be reviewed at general sessions, luncheons, workshops and other gatherings. “Speakers will include Secretary of the Treasury Douglas Dillon, Gov. George Romney of Michigan, senators and congressmen, government officials, business leaders, economists and educators.” Local business news — “Construction is expected to start immediately on a new Sumter business, Jet Car Wash at Broad Street and Miller Road. A spokesman for the firm said it should be in operation in 60 to 90 days. The firm will employ 15 persons and have week-day hours of 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday hours are planned from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Jet Car Wash will be a timesaving operation. It will wash, dry and vacuum clean the interior of a car in three to four minutes. The new building will measure 108 feet by 40 feet. It will be brick with concrete block back-up. Sumter Stress-Crete, Inc. will furnish the roof structure. Modern car washing equipment is to be installed. H.E. Graham is president and treasurer of the new firm. W.T. Brogdon is vice president and secretary.” “Hurst-Sexton Furniture Company will open a new $50,000 building at 1070 Broad Street Monday morning. The firm is occupying the building Monday and an official said a grand opening is planned for a later date. Demosthenes, Mc-

as a wounded warrior, reiterating that not all wounds are visible. His story was met with a hush, then applause.

Creight and Riley prepared the architectural plans for the building which was erected by ECB construction Company of Sumter. The 10,000-square-foot building will be completely air-conditioned. Hurst-Sexton offers the public a complete line of furniture, carpeting and accessories for the home.” Education news — “Six South Carolina young men have won admission to Harvard for the freshman class this fall, with five of them being accorded scholarships. The students are John Russell Dick of Sumter’s Edmunds High; Thomas A. Gordon of Columbia’s C.A. Johnson High; Edward E. Poliakoff of Abbeville High; James L. Pritchard of Beaufort; Blake E. Turner of Heath Springs; and Benner C. Turner Jr., of Orangeburg. Poliakoff is winner of an honorary freshman scholarship offered by the college. Pritchard has won a full Naval ROTC scholarship. Lincoln library sets open house — As part of the National Library Week celebration, the Lincoln Library on Council Street will hold a county-wide open house Wednesday from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Special feature of the event will be an art exhibit of paintings and wood sculpture executed by artists of this area. Gifts and refreshments will also be on hand for all persons attending. Open to the public, the program is sponsored by the Sumter County Library Club headed by Miss E. R. Cuthber. Local news — Calhoun Street will be the stop street at Guignard intersection. Stop signs at the intersection of West Calhoun and Guignard Drive will be reversed, beginning at 10 a.m. Monday, Lt B.R. Priest said today. For a number of years, Calhoun has been the through street. Reversal of the signs will make Guignard Drive a through roadway from U.S. Highway 15, South to Highway 76, West. A traffic light will go into operation at the corner of Guignard and Liberty simultaneously with the stop sign switch. Speed limit will be 35 miles an

At the event’s conclusion, Jimmy Primos and Kai Buckert of the Wexford Ranch, another Foundation supporter, were presented with a plaque of appreciation. Next to the heartfelt engraved words was a group photo of Team Primos® and the soldiers taken earlier in the day. Warriors fight hard and work hard to protect what they hold sacred — and they play hard, too. Those present that day learned something else about warriors. They also hug hard. For more information about CWWAF, visit CWWAF’s Facebook page or the website www.cwwaf.com. Find a link there for donations to the nonprofit foundation. Contact CWWAF at (803) 478-6511 or 1162 Fremont Road, Summerton, SC 29148. The Primos® “Truth About Hunting” TV show can be seen on the Outdoors Channel at 4 p.m. Tuesdays, noon on Wednesdays and 9:30 p.m. Sundays.

hour in that portion of Guignard within the city… Opening day at Rebel Raceway is just three days away, and Promoter Clinnie Hyatt is busy preparing for a huge field of racers and a big crowd of fans. Hyatt had to smile when he went to Hemingway last Friday night for the first show of the season there. Promoter Pappy Martin came up with a field of 45 cars and a packed grandstand, heralding a bright season for both tracks since they are working together in a joint venture. There were 25 Jalopy division cars and 20 limited Sportsman cars, so the fans got quite a treat. That’s not the largest turnout of cars Hemingway ever has had but it far exceeds the record at the Sumter track. Farm progress in Sumter County got further attention this month when the April edition of “Electricity on the Farm” was released. The magazine on its cover and in a story features the mechanization of the harvesting and handling processes by Booth Farms, one of South Carolina’s largest growers of seed peanuts. The illustrated article describes both the methods and the mechanical layouts of the Sumter farms, citing the Booths for pioneering in the new practice of artificial drying. The story reveals that the Booths now harvest 450 acres of peanuts with 15 to 17 laborers in 15 working days. “If you want to apply the yardstick of progress, this job that on the same farm formerly required 100 laborers and up to three months,” the article declared. The account of the Booths’ operation appears in the southeastern edition of the publication which has a wide distribution. The magazine is published 10 times yearly by a division of the Reuben H. Donnelley Corp., member of the Dun and Bradstreet Group. Carole Kuhn, 17-yearold daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Robert Kuhn, was named winner of the Miss Sumter 1963 beauty-talent contest

Saturday night at Edmunds High School. She succeeds Sylvia Seymour, who was on hand to crown her successor. First runner-up was Judy Kennedy; 18, and second runner-up was Mary Jane Kirven, 18, of Pinewood. Ed Garris is president of the sponsoring Jaycees. Miss Kuhn, an Edmunds senior, will represent Sumter in pageants and parades throughout the state and will compete for the Miss South Carolina title in 1964. Sports highlights — Birds lose first track event in finest effort. Sumter scored 53 points to Orangeburg’s 55 ½, Walterboro made 34 for a strong third, Dentsville had 12 ½ and Holly Hill 7 . “Walterboro took important points away from us.” The coach said. “They cut into the events we were supposed to take but they didn’t cut into Orangeburg except in one event.” Charlie Reynolds, a freshman right hand hurler from Pinewood, tossed a no-hitter against North Georgia recently as Erskine won an 11-0 shutout. Reynolds, a former Sumter American Legion Junior baseball ace, struck out 11 and walked only 5 in hurling the masterpiece. He now has a 3-0 record, allowing only nine hits while fanning 28 in 25 innings, more than one per frame. His earned run average is a low 2.18. At the movies: Offered at the Sumter Theater: “The Courtship of Eddie’s Father” starring Glenn Ford, Shirley Jones and Ronny (Opie) Howard. Starting Thursday: Walt Disney’s “Miracle of the White Stallions.” The Carolina offered a double feature “The Misfits” starring Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe, Montgomery Clift, Thelma Ritta and Eli Wallach. Its second offering was “Sergeants 3” starring Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop. Reach Item Editor Hubert Osteen at hubert@theitem.com or (803) 774-1298. Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at waysammy@ yahoo.com or (803) 7741294.


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A taste of Italy

PHOTOS BY ROB COTTINGHAM / THE ITEM

Retired Air Force Senior Master Sgt. George Waninger enjoys a meatball sub at DeMara’s recently. Waninger said that, while he mostly just likes to eat, the meatball sub is his favorite item on the DeMara’s menu. Simply put, “It can’t be beat,” he said.

Local restaurant returns after devastating fire BY JAMIE H. WILSON Special to The Item The owner and employees of DeMara’s Italian Restaurant have their new motto emblazoned on their T-shirts: “We’re back!” After two years of being closed, the popular Italian eatery behind Shaw Air Force Base reopened to the public after a fire destroyed the business. Ronald and Judy Danella and their daughter, Laura, moved to the area in 1967. The family opened the eatery in 1975 in a small building next to its current location. They served typical ItalianAmerican fare: pizza, subs DUGGAN and lasagna. In 1980, they moved into a building they would occupy for the next 30 years. During that time, co-owner and daughter Laura Duggan said they had developed relationships with their customers and amassed memorabilia from the adjacent Shaw Air Force Base. But, tragedy struck one night in 2010. An electrical fire consumed the business in the wee hours of the morning. Duggan recalls the 4 a.m. phone call. “I didn’t expect … it just went very quickly,” she said. “It was gone.” In the ashes of the 30-year-old business, very little was salvageable. Duggan said the family had a tough decision as to whether to rebuild. “My mother was against it, initially, and there was very little insurance money,” she said. “But my father always liked it.”

That difficult decision would be one of the easier happenings toward their journey of restoration. In the throes of the economic depression, Duggan said she had a hard time getting funding to rebuild. When the money did come through, she tried to make the building the same as it always had been with a few improvements. “We had customers who wanted the same thing,” Duggan said. She added windows and updated the décor to reflect the family’s Italian heritage. On Jan. 28, the newly refurbished DeMara’s opened again to the public, and the customers came in droves. Duggan recalls that in the first week the restaurant ran out of dough in a few days. “I couldn’t do anything,” she said. “There was a lot of people coming through here.” The restaurant carries its signature menu — pizza and subs — as well as some new additions. Duggan said it is clear that the restaurant was missed. “One customer was bragging that he had eaten here six days a week,” she said. “They could eat something different every day.” Among the more popular menu items is the fet feta marinara, the Godfather sandwich and the special pizza. A new display ca case showcases the resfast-d taurant’s fast-disappearing desserts. “I think I’ve made 5,000 cupcakes so far,”

ABOVE: Laura Duggan, center, discusses a new menu option with her son, Gary, as Lisa Bratton, right, waits for a customer at the register at Demara’s recently. BELOW: Lightly blackened onions, mushrooms, peppers, olives and several other toppings layer one of Demara’s signature dishes, the mini special pizza, as it cools on a countertop recently.

Duggan said. Duggan said it’s not been unusual to have a line of customers waiting to patron DeMara’s on a weekend night. “It’s constant,” she said.

DeMara’s Italian Restaurant is open Mondays through Thursdays, 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Fridays, from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.; and Saturdays, from 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Contact the restaurant by calling (803) 499-4741 or on Facebook by searching DeMara’s Sumter SC.

Destined to be a favorite among native Southerners, this banana pudding cake is one of Duggan’s latest dessert creations.

Chocolate icing drizzles over the cherries on top of this banana split cake, one of DeMara’s sweet and savory desserts.


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Announcements You Are Cordially Invited Rembert Area Community Coalition (RACC) 1st Annual Spring Parade

When: Sat. April 13, 2013

Notice Of Application Notice is hereby given that OM Enterprise LLC intends to apply to the South Carolina Department of Revenue for a license/permit that will allow the sale and OFF premises consumption of Beer & Wine at 1275 A North Lafayette Dr., Sumter, SC 29150. To object to the issuance of this permit/ license, written protest must be postmarked no later than April 2, 2013. For a protest to be valid, it must be in writing, and should include the following information: (1) the name, address and telephone number of the person filing the protest; (2) the specific reasons why the application should be denied; (3) that the person protesting is willing to attend a hearing (if one is requested by the applicant); (4) that the person protesting resides in the same county where the proposed place of business is located or within five miles of the business; and (5) the name of the applicant and the address of the premises to be licensed. Protests must be mailed to: S.C. Department of Revenue, ATTN: ABL, P.O. Box 125, Columbia, South Carolina 29214; or Faxed to: (803) 896-0110

Where: 7570 Pisgah Rd. Rembert, SC (Dennis Convenience Store) Time: 9AM-3PM If you would like to be a vendor or participate in the Spring Parade, please contact Dr. Juanita G. Britton @ 803-432-2001, 803-420-1255

In Memory

Daniel's Lawn Care •Tree removal/trim •Clean-up jobs •Mowing •Pinestraw Mulch 803-968-4185 JW PROFESSIONAL LAWN Seasonal lawn maintenance, leaf removal, roof/gutter cleaning, pressure washing, hedging, pine straw, fencing, decks, small additions, and mulch, haul off junk and much more. 20 yrs experience. Call 803-406-1818 Newman's Lawn & Tree Service Mowing, hedge trimming, Spring clean-up, pinestraw, mulch bedding, tree removal. 803-316-0128

Invitation For Bids

A complete set of bid documents may be obtained for $75.00 (non-refundable) per set from the Architect: Jackson & Sims Architects, 7-1/2 South Main Street, Sumter, SC, 29150, 803-773-4329 or jsarch@ftc-i.net by all interested Bidders. Sending documents electronically will not be offered.

Sumter County School District reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive minor formalities in the bidding, and to award the contract to other than the lowest bidder if deemed to be in the best interest of the District. Mr. Randolph Bynum, Superintendent Sumter County School District P.O. Box 2425 Sumter, South Carolina 29151

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Doulton photo album, 300 4x6, Roses on front. UPC 837226003764. 573-644-3834 Wanted Appliances: Washers, Dryers, Stoves & Refrig. Working or not. 803-968-4907 Looking for a stump grinder in good condition. Call (803) 468-1946

Farm Products

803-316-0128

In Loving Memory Of Our Son, William Anthony Peoples, Jr. Lovingly Submitted by Mom & Dad

BUSINESS SERVICES

STATE TREE SERVICE Worker's Comp & General liability insurance. Top quality service, lowest prices. 803-494-5175 or 803-491-5154 www.statetree.net

Business Services

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

NEED AN ERRAND RUN??? Call Gail at 803-464-8825. Very reasonable rates. Gail's Go For Service

Tree Doctor Call us for an appt. Free est. 7 days/week. Prune trees, remove trees, grind stumps, proper limbing & treatment. 803-773-8402.

Concrete Beautify your home w/decorative concrete, pools, woodwork. Tile look on porches, patios, stamping. 494-5442/ 968-4665

Home Improvements

PETS & ANIMALS Livestock Baby chicks www.barnyardconservation.com

Call 803-410-3815

Concrete Driveways, Patios, Sidewalks, etc. 803-934-6692 www.lgdirtbusters.com. Call today

Fisher Wood Stove, fire brick lined, nice $250. Red Chevy Short bed cap,sliding windows $225. New Craftsman 13" plainer with 3 blades $375. New 5600 watt Generator, 8600 Watt surge power $750. Call 803-494-4149.

•Certified Forklift Operators •Dispatch - 12 hour shift (7 days on/7 days off) •Administrative Assistant - Exp. •Outside Marketing Assistant-(part-time 25 hours/week) •Maintenance Technicians (All levels of experience needed) • IT/Help Desk •Assemblers •Production Associates •Mechanical Engineer •CNC Machine Operators (experienced w/set-up) •Medical Front Desk •Medical Assistant Other great opportunities available!

2 Single SpringAir Mattresses $100 and 2 Dbl SpringAir Mattresses $150 (& box springs) Almost New 775-2397 Easter Bunny Special. 1-40 Round bales. Must sell, will talk about any reasonable offer.. 775-4391, 464-5960

EMPLOYMENT

Many other position available! Roper has numerous opportunities and we are not limited to the positions listed above!

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

803- 905-4242

Sumter County Flea Mkt Hwy 378 E. 803-495-2281 500 tables. Sat. $8 free return Sun. STORE CLOSING Final Clearance. 50-80% off. 210 S. Main St. Hrs 11:00 - 6:00. 803-458-3673

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

Help Wanted Full-Time

Applications are accepted Monday & Wednesdays at either 8:30a.m. or 1:00p.m. Please call the office to inquire about what you need to bring with you when registering! Located at 101 S. Wise Dr. Sumter, SC 803-938-8100

First Care Medical Transport has full/part time Emt positions available. Contact Michelle 843-372-1656 Experienced Groomer needed: Apply in person or send resume to The Dog House at 208 Commerence St. Manning

HVAC Service Technician needed. Experience and credentials required. Driving record required upon receipt of application. Gene's Heating & Air 803-505-4822.

Country Inn & Suites Hotel Front Desk Clerk Immediately 32hrs Mature, Sincere, dep. Exp pref'd, but will train. Must able to work nights & wknds. Apply in person behind IHOP & Applebees on Broad St.

WANTED: Booths available. Looking for stylist, nail tech and barbers. 803-565-4225

For Sale or Trade Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators, Stoves. Also new Gas stoves. Guaranteed. 803-464-5439

Firewood For Sale, $60/truck load delivered. Call Chris at 803-464-8743

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

5 temporary farmworkers needed for common ield labor in sod farming in Manning, South Carolina, for Manning Sod, LLC, with work beginning on or about 03/08/2013 and ending on or about 12/17/2013. The job offered is for an experienced farmworker and requires minimum 1 month veriiable work experience sod farming. The minimum offered wage rate that workers will be paid is $9.78 per hour. Workers must commit to work the entire contract period. Workers are guaranteed work for 3/4 of the contract period, beginning with the irst day the worker arrives at the place of employment. All work tools, supplies and equipment are provided at no cost to the worker. Housing will be provided to those workers who cannot reasonably return to their permanent residence at the end of each working day. Transportation and subsistence will be provided by the employer upon completion of 50% of the work contract, or earlier, to workers who are recruited outside the area of intended employment. Applicants must provide documentation that they are eligible legally to work in the United States. Applicants should report or send resumes to Sumter One-Stop Center, 31 E. Calhoun St., Sumter, SC 29150 (803) 774-1300 or the nearest local ofice of their State Workforce Agency, and reference job order #SC548188. EOE. H-300-13017-918147.

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Harrah's Cherokee Casino, Bus Day Trip departs on every 1st Sat, $45 & receive $25 from Casino, 2nd Mon. $45 & receive $40 return, & 3rd Fri. night $50 & receive $25 from Casino. Leaves from Sumter & Manning. Call 803-316-4684. Bishopville riders call Juanita @ 931-255-9751.

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Bassett Mirror Desk- New paid $500 asking $250. Call 481-7119

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TW Painting, carpentry & all household needs. Call 803-460-7629.

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Established Heating and Air Conditioning Company looking for an experienced sheet metal fabricator and installer. Employer needs to be experienced in sizing and installation for residential and light commercial work. Employer has to have a valid driver's license and personal tools on hand. Great benefits offered and top pay! Please send responses to P-Box 302 c/o The Item, PO Box 1677 Sumter SC 29151

Expert Tech, New & used heat pumps & A/C. Will install/repair, warranty; Compressor & labor $600. Call 803-968-9549 or 843-992-2364

Burgundy rug 7 1/2ft wide and 10ft long. In good condition. Asking $40 for it. Call 803-452-5758

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

The MANDATORY Pre-Bid Conference will be held on Monday, March 25, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. at the project site. The Owner will receive bids on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. at the Sumter County School District Office, Conference Room, 1345 Wilson Hall Road, Sumter, SC, 803-469-6900.

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Hodge Roofing Solutions, LLC, Lic.& Bonded. Free Estimates. Also do Vinyl Siding & Seamless Gutters. 803-840-4542 Robert's Metal Roofing 29 years exp. 18 colors & 45 year warranty. Call 803-837-1549.

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Scope of work consists of the construction of a 2,016 sq.ft. pre-engineered building. Exterior finishes to match existing. Driveway/parking expansion to be included.

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To Apply Contact: SCDC Recruiting & Employment Services Branch 4502 Broad River Rd., Columbia, SC 29210 803-896-1649 or Apply Online at www.doc.sc.gov Resumes are not accepted in lieu of, but may accompany, the completed application. An Equal Opportunity Employer.

Property 38: Nice Water View Lot in the Coves on River Oaks Sub. @ 111 Ratchford Rd., York, SC Property 39: House & Lot @ 5944 Token St., Columbia, SC . 4 BR, 2 BA, 1760 +/- sq. ft. Richland County. Selling Absolute! Property 40: House & Lot @ 101 Tucker Mill Cir., St. Matthews, SC. 3 BR, 2 BA, 1014 +/- sq. ft., Calhoun County. Properties 41 – 45 are in Orangeburg County Property 41: Lakefront House on Lake Marion & over ½ Ac. Lot in Mill Creek Sub. @ 348 Suwanee Dr., Vance, SC. 3 BR, 2 BA, 3210 +/ - sq. ft. w/ dock to access water. Property 42: House @ 117 Medelin Ct., Santee, SC. 3 BR, 2 BA, 1528 +/- sq. ft., big lot. Selling Absolute! Property 43: House @ 128 Carnation Ct., Norway, SC. 4 BR, 1 BA, 1225 +/- sq. ft., big lot. Selling Absolute! Property 44: House @ 811 Livingston Ave., North, SC. 2 BR, 1 BA, 868 +/- sq. ft., big lot. Selling Absolute! Property 45: Condo @ 121 Lakeland Circle Dr., Unit C-2, Santee, SC. 2 BR, 1 BA, 607 +/- sq. ft. Property 46: Nice 1.86 +/- Ac. @ 5926 Loftis Rd., Hanahan, SC. Berkeley County. Property 47: Mobile Home Park @ 901 Lakewood St., N. Charleston, SC. Set up for 11 spaces, .92 +/- Ac. Lot. Charleston County, SC. Property 48: House @ 3340 Brittany Dr., Sumter, SC. 4 BR, 2 BA, 2629 +/- sq. ft., big lot. Sumter County. Selling Absolute!

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Fun Job Travel the US. Call today, start work today. 18 yrs & over. Will train. No exp. Company pays transportation. Earn $400 wkly, commission based. Cash advance while in training in sunny Florida. Call Mr. Berry 678-768-7470

3200+ sq ft brick home on Sunset Dr. Manning. Available now, 3 BR, Appliance included, 2 months deposit and 1 month rent in advance. Reference required call 803-473-0321 for more info.

Established Heating and Air Conditioning Company looking for an experienced HVAC service technician. Must have a minimum of 2 years experience, a valid driver's license, people skills, good personality and personal tools on hand. Great benefits offered and top pay! Please send resumes to P-Box 306 c/o The Item, PO Box 1677 Sumter SC 29151 Staff Nurse: •Promotion and evaluation of quality nursing care to consumers •Provide medical training for all direct care staff •Coordinate and implement residential nursing programs •Assist in pre-admission evaluations •Assist consultant, physician, and pharmacists •Completion of an accredited program in Nursing; •Current LPN/RN licensure with SC Board of Nursing •3 years of nursing experience •State agency benefits •4 weeks of vacation •On call every other week •Monday-Friday 8:00 am-4:30 pm Send resume and salary requirements to kroberson@ccdsnb.org. EEO

Help Wanted Part-Time $$$ AVON $$$ FREE TRAINING! 803-422-5555 Physical Therapist Part-time licensed Physical Therapist needed for outpatient clinic in Sumter to work evenings & Saturdays. Outpatient experience necessary. Must be selfmotivated. Send resume to Progressive Physical Therapy, Attn: Angie, 100 Jimmy Love Ln, Columbia, SC 29212 or fax (803) 798- 3335.

Trucking Opportunities Driver Trainees Needed for McElroy Truck Lines Local CDL Training No Experience Needed Weekly Home Time Call Today 1-888-263-7364

Mobile Homes for rent. Section 8 OK. Call 803-773-8022. 760 Goodson Rd Practically new mh, 2 Br, 2 full Ba, W/D, C/H/A, Call 469-3079 after 5pm. Oaklawn MHP: 2 BR M.H.'s, water/sewer/garbage pk-up incl'd. RV parking avail. Call 494-8350 Scenic Lake. 2 Br/2Ba. & 3BR /2BA. No pets. Call between 9am 5pm: (803) 499-1500.

Recently renovated 2BR MH on 1/2 ac shady lot in Burgess Glen Park. C/H/A, 4643 Allene Dr. Close to Shaw Fin Avail. 775-4391 464-5960

STATEBURG COURTYARD 2 & 3 BRs 803-494-4015 2 Bd $350, Clean & in nice area. Call 803-840-5734 American MHP, 2 & 3/BRs, lot rentals, water/sewer/garbage pkup inc'd. Sec. 8 ok. 803-494-4300.

3600 Dallas: Dalzell, 3BR, 2BA. Big Lot. Big storage & workshop. 1/2 ac lot. Financing Available. 775-4391, 464-5960

Blow Out Sale Pre-owned Manufactured Homes 2, 3, 4 Bedroom homes at wholesale prices. Call 803-614-1165

Very nice 3 br, 2 ba mobile home on Fish Rd. approx. monthly payments $290. Call 236-5953.

Farms & Acreage For Sale By Owner 5 ac near Paxville. $19,900. Owner Financing. 803-427-3888.

Campers / RV's/ Motorhomes

Camper Spots Available at Randolph's Landing on Beautiful Lake Marion. Boat Ramp, Boat Docking, Fishing pier, Restaurant and Tackle Shop. Call for rates: 803-478-2152.

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Land & Lots for Sale Waterfront Lot Live Oak Subdivision (Dalzell) 5 acres $24,900 OBO Call 843-957-4752 Multiple lots for sale: Bush Lane, Spanish Moss Circle, Watermark Drive, Hwy 15 North. Call (803) 774-7208 for details. "FREE LAND available for a Charitable Organization 501(c)3: 3.245 acres located at 1365 Airport Road, Sumter, SC. Contact Ernest at (520) 236-9526." Nice lot, great neighborhood. The Oaks Subdivision. $74,000. Call 803-840-0520

Office Rentals

Mountain property with view on large lot - gated S/D. Brevard, NC. $48,000. 5.5 acres river/highway frontage. $98,000. Call Bobby Sisson 803-464-2730

Autos For Sale

A Guaranteed Credit Approval AUTO LOANS We will arrange financing even if you have been turned down before. Loans available for no credit, bad credit, 1st Time Buyers & Bankruptcy buyers. No co-signers needed. Call Mr. Ashley Brown at 803-926-3235

2003 Ford Expedition XLT, Black/Tan Ext, Leather Int, TV, PW/PL, 3rd row, 130k miles. $6,000 OBO. 803-464-3526

Miscellaneous

50 Wesmark Ct. 1,177 sq ft. $1000/mo. Reception area, 3 office space, breakroom, 1/2ba, file/storage room. 773-1477

Business Rentals 61 Commerce St. Storage units for rent. 2nd month half price. Large storage area, car/boat. $300 month. Truck garage, $500 month. Call Bobby Sisson, 464-2730.

Acreage Farm Rentals

Renovated 1387 Raccoon Rd. 3BR/1.5BA. C/H/A 1,200sqft. Also has approx 2,200sqft, 4rm bldg. 1-4.5 acres available. Fin avail. 775-4391 464-5960.

1102 Manning Rd. 3BR/1BA, C /H/A renovated. Hardwood floors. Fenced Backyard. Easy Financing. 775-4391, 464-5960

Utility Trailer, 4' x 8', Tilt Bed. $50.00. 803-236-3797.

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WWW.GOODWINCARS.COM OPEN HOUSE, Sat (8-4), Sun. (1-5) 2176 Avalon Dr. Sumter, AGENTS WELCOME!! 3 br, 2 ba, 1975 sq. ft., $164,900. $$$ for closing, home warranty. AGENT BONUS!! 540-845-0322. For Sale: 3 BD/2Bth 20 Warwick Ct. New Roof, Fenced Yard, Dbl Gar. $148,000. 803-481-2129.

Approx.10 acres, pasture, all or part, with small pond & wooded area. Good for riding and boarding horses. Needs to be fenced to your specs. Owner will deduct fencing cost from rent. Call 481-9024

Manufactured Housing FOR SALE IN MANNING:1465 Herod $350/mo. 1356 Herod Dr. $350/mo. Owner Financing. 803-460-3787 Tax Season is here! Been turned down for bad credit? Come try us, we do our own financing.We have 2-3-4-5 bedroom homes. We have a layaway program. For more information call 843-389-4215.

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411 N. Magnolia, renovated. C/H/A. Garage, workshop & shed. Commercial lot facing LaFayette. Fin Available. 775-4391/ 464-5960

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I am available to perform domestic duties as well as sit with the elderly. Mon-Wed 8:3012:30pm. (Sumter Area). Call 803-651-9034 Miss Bell.

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Unfurnished Apartments 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.

A LOT FOR YOUR DOLLAR You need to see 309 Stuckey Street (corner of Stuckey and Oakland Ave.) in the Millwood Subdivision (walking distance to one of Sumter's award-winning elementary schools). This charming house is great for a starterhome or starting-over home; it has: ~1000 heated sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, living & dining room combination with an exquisite archway, large kitchen, back porch, double carport, and a 10x15 lockable shed in a fenced backyard. Here are some of the recent projects: completely repainted inside, new wall paper in selected rooms, 7 ceiling fans, new carpet w/warranty from Lowe's, new kitchen tiles, specialdesigned lower kitchen cabinets for pots & pan storage, just repainted exterior trim on 2 yr old exterior paint job, roof shingles replaced 2 yrs ago (20 yr shingles), a new front door, driveway just recovered, huge lot with professionally landscaped yard, complete inspection by ! Orkin with no issues, and a fully covered New Buyer's Warranty (to include AC & Heating units). Motivated Sellers!! Call today: 803-775-1201 for more information or to go see. Listed: $79, 900. 00 Re du ce d t o: $73,900.00

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

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Sumter Health and Rehabilitation Center We are seeking a strong clinical nurse to compliment our team. 7A-7P and 7P-7A Must have a valid SC RN or LPN license and current CPR certification. Fax resumes to: (803) 773-0554 or mail to 880 Carolina Ave., Sumter, SC 29150. ATTN: Tina General, RN Director of Nursing.

REAL ESTATE

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41 N. Mill St. Manning, SC or 20 N. Magnolia St. Sumter, SC

Becton Dickinson, a Fortune 500 company and world wide leader in a variety of medical devices/products is expanding production operations and has the following opportunities at our Sumter facility:

LEAD TECHNICAL ASSOCIATES

This position requires a candidate who possesses strong leadership experience in a team environment. Responsibilities will consist of providing technical support, primarily mechanical, to production operations and organizing and directing improvement projects to increase equipment utilization. Operates, sets-up, adjusts, changeovers/troubleshoots and repairs/maintains all departmental production equipment. Additionally, responsibilities include production, quality, minimizing equipment downtime and waste levels of machine operation. Providing leadership and training for associates the on production loor as well as projecting a positive attitude with excellent team skills. Excellent communication skills are required due to interaction with various associates’ levels to resolve and improve equipment operation and processes.

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BD offers competitive salaries that are commensurate with experience, and a comprehensive beneits program, including immediate coverage in company sponsored life, AD&D, short-term disability, group health, dental and supplementary life insurance; matching 401(k) plan; company sponsored pension plan; Sharing Success bonus program; paid holidays and vacations; tuition assistance; and various other employee beneits.

Possible signing bonuses to immensely qualified candidates. Individuals interested in a dynamic environment should apply to: www.bd.com/careers | Job Code: OPE100HX or fax your resume to 803-469-1922. An equal opportunity employer M/F/D/V WorkKeys®

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Polar Bear Family and Me Adventure 8:00 p.m. on ANPL A family of polar bears in the Arctic’s Svalbard Islands is followed to provide a bear’s perspective of the challenging existence in the untouched arctic wilderness and to study and understand their mating and living habits. Face Off 9:00 p.m. on SYFY Three make-up artist finalists must create waterproof makeups for the show, “Le Reve: The Dream,” playing at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas, a difficult challenge in the world of makeup that will show the judges who stands out. (HD) Olympian AlexDancing with the Stars andra Raisman 9:00 p.m. on is partnered WOLO with Mark Ballas The dancers and as season 16 of their partners face "Dancing with elimination for the the Stars: The first time after Results Show" great dances from premieres, Tueseach the previous day at 9 p.m. on night; despite WOLO. improvement from everyone following a grueling week of practice, one couple must be sent home from the competition. (HD) Preachers’ Daughters 10:00 p.m. on LIFE Kolby begins to question the values learned during her upbringing regarding premarital sex, while Olivia plans to meet with a lawyer after contacting the father of her child; a new guy in Taylor’s life may derail her previous plans. (HD) World’s Worst Tenants 10:00 p.m. on SPIKE Todd and Rick discover a man with a completely bizarre obsession after checking out indecent exposure reports; an RV almost mows down the team; the crew investigates a man who happens to be a very emotional body builder. (HD)

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CABLE CHANNELS Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Bates Motel (N) (HD) (:01) Bates Motel (HD) Storage Storage Storage Storage Christine (‘83, Horror) aac Keith Gordon. (HD) The Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Predator River Monsters (HD) River Monsters (HD) Catfish Kings (HD) Catfish Kings (HD) Catfish Kings (N) (HD) Catfish Kings (HD) Catfish Kings (HD) Catfish Kings (HD) 106 & Park Viewer selections. (HD) Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Game Wendy Williams (N) Let’s Stay Let’s Stay To Be Announced To Be Announced Real Housewives (N) LA Shrinks (N) To Be Announced What Happens (N) To Be Announced To Be Announced Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) 60 Minutes Treasure The Car Chasers Mad Money Treasure The Car Chasers 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) Futurama Futurama Futurama South Prk South Prk Workaholic Daily (N) Colbert South Prk Jeselnik Daily (HD) Colbert Good Luck Jessie A.N.T. Blog Shake It Sharpay’s Adventure (‘11) (HD) Phineas Good Luck Jessie Good Luck Wizards Wizards On Deck On Deck Fast N’ Loud (HD) Fast N’ Loud (HD) Fast N’ Loud (HD) Fast N’ Loud (N) (HD) The Devils Ride (N) Fast N’ Loud (N) (HD) The Devils Ride (HD) Fast N’ Loud (HD) SportsCenter (HD) 2013 NIT Basketball Tournament z{| (HD) 2013 NIT Basketball Tournament z{| (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Horn (HD) Interruptn NCAA Women’s Tournament z{| (HD) 2013 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament (HD) 2013 NIT Basketball Tournament z{| (HD) Scoreboard Home Videos (HD) Life of Teenagr (HD) Life of Teenagr (N) The Wedding Planner (‘01) Plans go awry. (HD) The 700 Club (N) Bel-Air Bel-Air Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Kitchen Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners (N) Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners NASCAR Car (HD) The Panel The Panel The Panel The Panel The Panel Braves World Poker (HD) World Poker (HD) NHL Hockey: Edmonton vs Nashville (HD) Brady Brady Brady Brady Numb3rs: Vector (HD) Numb3rs (HD) Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (N) Hunters Hunters Love It (N) Love It or List It (HD) Hunters Hunters Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Numb3rs (HD) The Bible: Hope Lions; angel; flee. (HD) The Bible: Mission Miracles; betrayal. (HD) My Sister’s Keeper (‘09) aaa Abigail Breslin. (HD) (:02) The Bible: Mission Miracles; betrayal. (HD) Sponge Sponge Sponge Drake Drake Dad Run Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez Bar Rescue (:25) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) (:38) Bar Rescue (HD) (:46) Bar Rescue Aurora, Colo. (HD) (:54) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) (:07) Bar Rescue (HD) Zombie Apocalypse (‘11) ac Ving Rhames. (HD) Being Human (HD) Being Human (N) (HD) Lost Girl (N) Warehouse 13 (HD) Being Human (HD) Lost Girl: Delinquents Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family: Blue Harvest Family Family Family Family Conan (N) (HD) Office Conan (HD) Office Ada (‘61, Drama) aac Susan Hayward. Strange Lady in Town (‘55) aa Greer Garson. Her Twelve Men (‘54) aac Scandal at Scourie (‘53, Drama) Greer Garson. Campobello Undercover (HD) Gypsy Wedding (HD) Myrtle Manor (HD) Myrtle Manor (HD) Welcome to Myrtle Manor (HD) Myrtle Manor (HD) Myrtle Manor (HD) Welcome Castle Escorts. (HD) Castle (HD) Castle (HD) Dallas (N) (HD) Monday Mornings (N) (:01) Dallas (HD) (:01) Monday (HD) (:02) Cold Case (HD) Regular Regular Regular Adventure Regular Orange King King Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family Robot Squid ATHF Dad (HD) Cops Cops Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic All Worked All Worked Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Cosby Cosby Show: The Locker Room Gold Girl Gold Girl Raymond Raymond Cleveland Cleveland Queens Queens Queens King of Queens (HD) Raymond NCIS: Enigma (HD) NCIS: Bete Noir (HD) WWE Monday Night Raw (HD) (:05) NCIS: L. A. (HD) (:07) CSI: Crime (HD) (:07) CSI: Crime (HD) Charmed (HD) Charmed (HD) Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Christine Christine 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 Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage The Cave (‘05, Drama) ac Cole Hauser. (HD) Walking Dead (HD) The Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Dead (HD) River Monsters (HD) Wild West (HD) Polar Bear Family and Me Adventure (N) Frozen Planet (HD) Polar Bear Family and Me Adventure Frozen Planet (HD) 106 & Park Viewer selections. (HD) Madea’s Family Reunion (‘06, Comedy) a Tyler Perry. The Game (HD) Let’s Stay The Game (HD) Let’s Stay Wendy Williams To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Matchmaker (N) What Happens (N) To Be Announced To Be Announced Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) Treasure Detectives (N) The Car Chasers (N) Mad Money Treasure The Car Chasers 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) Jeselnik Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (N) Jeselnik Daily (N) Colbert Tosh (HD) Jeselnik Daily (HD) Colbert Good Luck Jessie A.N.T. Blog Beverly Hills Chihuahua (‘08) a Gravity Jessie Good Luck A.N.T. Jessie Wizards Wizards On Deck On Deck Property Property How We: Cell Phones How We: Skyscrapers How We Invented (N) How We Invented (N) How We: Planes How We: Cars How We: Skyscrapers SportsCenter (HD) Special 2013 NIT Basketball Tournament z{| (HD) Pre-Match World Cup Qualifiers: United States vs Mexico SportsCenter (HD) SportsNation (HD) NCAA Women’s Tournament z{| (HD) 2013 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament (HD) Update Sport Cntr NBA (HD) NASCAR NFL Live The Wedding Planner (‘01) ac Matthew McConaughey. (HD) P.S. I Love You (‘07, Drama) aaa Hilary Swank. (HD) The 700 Club (N) Bel-Air Bel-Air Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) GameTime Pregame NHL Hockey: Winnipeg Jets at Carolina Hurricanes (HD) Postgame The Panel The Panel World Poker (HD) NHL Hockey: Winnipeg vs Carolina (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 Buying; Selling (HD) Income Property (N) Hunters Hunters Income Property (HD) Income Property (HD) Hunters Hunters Everyday Things (HD) Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Top Gear (N) (HD) Vikings: Trial Soldier Challenge (N) Pawn Stars Pawn Stars (:01) Top Gear (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Numb3rs (HD) Dance Moms (HD) Dance Moms (HD) Dance Moms (HD) Dance Moms (N) (HD) Preachers’ (N) (HD) The Client List (HD) Dance Moms (HD) Dance Moms (HD) Sponge Sponge Sponge Drake Drake Wendell Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez Repo Games Tarzan Tenants Tenants Tenants Tenants Tenants Tenants Tenants Tarzan Tenants Tarzan Tenants Tenants Tenants Tarzan Face Off (HD) Face Off (HD) Face Off (HD) Face Off (N) (HD) Robot Combat (N) Face Off (HD) Robot Bats: Human ac (HD) Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Cougar Big Bang Conan (N) (HD) Cougar Conan (HD) Office Terror Carol for Another Christmas (‘64) Days of Wine and Roses (‘62) Jack Lemmon. Dear Heart (‘64, Romance) aaa Glenn Ford. The Pink Panther (‘63, Comedy) David Niven. LI Medium LI Medium Little People (HD) Duggars Do Asia (HD) Duggars Do Asia (N) Six Little (HD) Duggars Do Asia (HD) Six Little (HD) Duggars Do Asia (HD) Castle (HD) NBA Basketball: New York Knicks at Boston Celtics (HD) NBA Basketball: Los Angeles vs Dallas z{| (HD) Inside the NBA (HD) Cold Case (HD) Adventure Adventure Johny Test Gumball Looney T. Adventure King King Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family Robot Squid ATHF Dad (HD) Cops Cops Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn (N) Pawn Pawn Pawn Dumbest Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Cosby Cosby Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Raymond Raymond Cleveland Cleveland Queens Queens Queens King of Queens (HD) Raymond SVU (HD) SVU (HD) SVU (HD) SVU (HD) SVU (HD) SVU Hate crimes. (HD) The Moment (HD) NCIS: Missing (HD) Charmed (HD) Charmed (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) Christine Christine 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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Nightly News News (HD) News 19 @ Evening News 19 @ 6pm News (HD) 7pm News (HD) World News Wheel For(HD) tune (N) The PBS NewsHour (HD) Europe 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) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (N) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (‘03) Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Tanked (HD) River Monsters (HD) River Monsters (HD) North Wood (HD) North Wood (HD) River Monsters (HD) North Wood (HD) North Wood (HD) 106 & Park Wild-Out Wednesday. (HD) The Game (HD) Let’s Stay Harlem Nights (‘89, Comedy) aac Eddie Murphy. Wendy Williams (N) Beverly Hills Cop (‘84) To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Rachel Zoe (N) Brad (N) Melrose What Happens (N) To Be Announced To Be Announced Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) The Car Chasers All-Star Celebrity Apprentice (HD) Mad Money All-Star Celebrity Apprentice (HD) 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 South Prk South Prk Workaholic South Prk Daily (N) Colbert South Prk South Prk Daily (HD) Colbert Good Luck Jessie A.N.T. Blog Enchanted (‘07, Fantasy) aaa Susan Sarandon. Shake It Good Luck Good Luck Austin Wizards Wizards On Deck On Deck Weed Country (HD) Weed Country (HD) Weed Country (HD) Weed Country (HD) Weed Country (N) Weed Country (HD) Weed Country (HD) Weed Country (HD) SportsCenter (HD) NBA Count NBA Basketball: Miami Heat at Chicago Bulls z{| (HD) NBA Basketball: Brooklyn vs Portland z{| (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsNation (HD) 2013 NIT Basketball Tournament z{| (HD) 2013 NIT Basketball Tournament z{| (HD) SportsCenter (HD) 2013 Sony Open no~ (HD) P.S. I Love You (‘07, Drama) aaa Hilary Swank. (HD) The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (‘05) aac (HD) The 700 Club (N) Bel-Air Bel-Air Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Diners Diners Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (N) (HD) Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Access The Panel The Panel The Panel UFC Ultimate Submissions 2 Insider Predators World Poker (HD) UFC Ultimate Submissions 2 Brady Brady Brady Brady Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Elbow Room Elbow Room Elbow Room Elbow Room Cousins Cousins Property Brothers (N) Hunters Hunters Property Bro (HD) Property Bro (HD) Hunters Hunters Modern Marvels (HD) Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars The Bible: Mission Miracles; betrayal. Ancient Aliens (N) Pawn Stars Pawn Stars The Bible: Mission (5:00) Space Cowboys (‘00) aac Clint Eastwood. WWE Main Event (N) Robin Hood (‘10, Drama) aaa Russell Crowe. English hero. Robin Hood (‘10, Drama) aaa Russell Crowe. Wife Swap Wife Swap Preachers’ (HD) Preachers’ (HD) Dance Moms (HD) To Be Announced (:02) Preachers’ (HD) (:02) Preachers’ (HD) Sponge Sponge Sponge Drake Drake Dad Run Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez (5:41) Crank 2: High Voltage (‘09) aac (HD) Transporter 3 (‘08, Thriller) aac Jason Statham. Kidnapped daughter. (HD) Transporter 2 (‘05, Crime) Jason Statham. (HD) (:08) Crank 2 (‘09) (HD) Ghost Hunt Intl (HD) Haunted Haunted Haunted Collector (N) Stranded (N) Haunted Stranded Leprechaun (‘92) c Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Family Family Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (N) (HD) Office Conan (HD) Office (:15) Campbell’s Kingdom (‘57) Dirk Bogarde. Le Mans (‘71, Sports) aac Steve McQueen. The Crowd Roars (‘32) aac The Fast and the Furious (‘55) aa Thunder Road (‘58) Extreme Extreme My Strange My Strange Hoarding (HD) Hoarding (N) (HD) The Untold Story (N) Hoarding (HD) The Untold Story (HD) Hoarding (HD) Castle (HD) Rush Hour 3 (‘07, Comedy) Chris Tucker. (HD) Boston’s Finest (N) Southland (N) (HD) Boston’s Finest (HD) Southland (HD) Cold Case (HD) NinjaGo NinjaGo Chima Chima Chima (N) Crew King King Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family Robot Squid ATHF Dad (HD) Cops Cops Pawn Pawn Repo Repo Repo Repo Repo (N) Repo Repo Repo Repo Repo Repo Repo Cosby Cosby Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Raymond Raymond Cleveland Cleveland Queens Queens Queens King of Queens (HD) Raymond NCIS: Blackwater (HD) NCIS: Swan Song (HD) NCIS: Pyramid (HD) NCIS (HD) psych: 100 Clues (N) (:01) SVU: Trade (HD) CSI: Crime (HD) psych: 100 Clues Charmed (HD) Charmed (HD) Braxton Family (HD) Braxton Family (HD) Braxton Family (HD) Braxton Family (HD) Braxton Family (HD) L.A. Hair: Wigged Out Christine Christine Home Videos (HD) Rules Rules Rules Rules News (HD) Home Videos (HD) Rules Rules 30 Rock Scrubs

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CABLE CHANNELS The First 48 (HD) The First 48 (HD) The First 48 (HD) The First 48 (N) (HD) The First 48 (N) (HD) (:01) The First 48 (HD) (:01) The First 48 (HD) (:01) The First 48 (HD) (5:00) Hulk (‘03, Science Fiction) Eric Bana. (HD) Walking Dead (HD) Comic Book Freakshow Immortal Comic Book Freakshow Immortal Comic Book Freakshow Immortal Hannibal Tanked (HD) River Monsters (HD) North Wood (HD) North Wood (HD) North Woods Law (N) North Wood (HD) North Wood (HD) North Wood (HD) 106 & Park Viewer selections. (HD) Above the Rim (‘94, Drama) aac Duane Martin. Four Brothers (‘05, Action) aac Mark Wahlberg. Wendy Williams (N) Beverly Hills Cop II aa To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Kathy (N) What Happens (N) To Be Announced To Be Announced Mad Money (N) Kudlow Report (N) Crime Inc. Fugitives Greed Mad Money Fugitives 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) Sunny Sunny Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Ben Show Nathan For Daily (N) Colbert Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Daily (HD) Colbert Good Luck Jessie A.N.T. Blog Cars (‘06, Comedy) aaa John Ratzenberger. Jessie Good Luck Jessie A.N.T. Wizards Wizards On Deck On Deck Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Property Property Auction Auction Property Property Auction Auction SportsCenter (HD) NFL Live (HD) 30 for 30: Survive and Advance (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsNation (HD) 2013 Sony Open: Men’s Quarterfinals/Women’s Semifinal z{| (HD) NFL Live (HD) Nation NASCAR College Scorebd (HD) The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (‘05) aac (HD) The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 (‘08) aac (HD) The 700 Club (N) Bel-Air Bel-Air Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Chopped (HD) Sweet Genius (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chef Wanted (N) (HD) Worst Cooks (HD) Chopped (HD) Chef Wanted (HD) Car (HD) Pregame NHL Hockey: Carolina vs Toronto z{| (HD) Postgame World Poker (HD) World Poker (HD) NHL Hockey: Carolina vs Toronto no} (HD) Brady Brady Brady Brady Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Selling NY Selling NY Hunters Hunters Income Property (HD) Addict Addict Hunters Hunters Life Life Addict Addict Hunters Hunters Swamp People (HD) Swamp People (HD) Swamp People (HD) Swamp People (N) Big Rig Bounty (N) Only in America (HD) Swamp People (HD) Swamp People (HD) Without a Trace (HD) Without a Trace (HD) Without a Trace (HD) Without a Trace (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Numb3rs (HD) Dance Moms (HD) Dance Moms (HD) Project Runway (HD) Project Runway (N) (HD) Project Runway (HD) Project Runway (HD) Project Runway (HD) Sponge Sponge Sponge Drake Drake Wendell Full Hse Full Hse Nanny Nanny Friends Friends Friends Friends Lopez Lopez Transporter 3 (‘08, Thriller) Jason Statham. (HD) Impact Wrestling (N) (HD) Bellator MMA (HD) Bellator MMA (HD) My Soul to Take (‘10, Horror) ac Max Thieriot. Contact (‘97, Science Fiction) aaa Jodie Foster. A scientist hears a signal from space. Stargate: Ark of Truth (‘08) Ben Browder. (HD) Stargate NCAA Tip-Off 2013 NCAA Basketball Tournament: Regional Semifinal 2013 NCAA Basketball Tournament: Regional Semifinal NCAA Post Conan (HD) Two-Faced Penrod and His Twin Brother (‘38) Edge of the City (‘57) aaa Norma Rae (‘79, Drama) aaac Sally Field. Sounder (‘72, Drama) aaa Paul Winfield. The Front LI Medium LI Medium Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes What Not to Wear (N) Say Yes Say Yes Not to Wear (HD) Say Yes Say Yes The Mentalist (HD) The Mentalist (HD) The Mentalist (HD) The Mentalist (HD) The Mentalist (HD) CSI: NY: Yahrzeit (HD) Boston’s Finest (HD) Southland (HD) Adventure Regular Regular Orange Crew (N) Regular King King Dad (HD) Dad (HD) Family Family Hospital Squid ATHF Dad (HD) Cops Cops Dumbest World’s Dumbest (N) Jokers Jokers Jokers Upload Dumbest BMX bikers. World’s Dumbest... Jokers Jokers Cosby Cosby Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Gold Girl Raymond Raymond Cleveland Cleveland Queens Queens Queens Queens ‘70s (HD) ‘70s (HD) NCIS (HD) NCIS: Red Cell (HD) NCIS (HD) NCIS: SWAK (HD) NCIS: Twilight (HD) psych: 100 Clues (:01) SVU: Retro (HD) (:01) House (HD) Charmed (HD) Charmed (HD) Braxton Family (HD) Braxton Family (N) Braxton Family (HD) Braxton Family (HD) Braxton Family (HD) Braxton Family (HD) Christine Christine 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 Neighbors 8:30 p.m. on WOLO When the Weavers take the Bird-Kersees to Atlantic City, Marty learns that Larry can not only count cards but see right through them; Jackie admits to wanting to have a human wedding; Dick recieves an ominous call from his grandfather back at home. (HD) Benson (Mariska Law & Order: Hargitay) is Special Victims enlisted by a Unit reporter accus9:00 p.m. on WIS ing a cameraman After a popular of assault on sports reporter "Law & Order: comes to Detective Special Victims Benson and accusUnit," airing es her cameraman of rape, the SVU Wednesday at team begins prepa9 p.m. on WIS. rations for a hard fought trial, but events take a turn when the victim finds out that she may be pregnant from the assault. (HD) Stranded 10:00 p.m. on SYFY Three people are stranded at Three Valley Chateau, a hotel in Revelstoke, British Columbia, with reports of a strange fog filled with apparitions, the sound of fingers clawing at the windows and shadows of children running down the halls. psych 10:00 p.m. on USA Aging rock star Billy Lipps, who was taken into custody many years ago for committing a murder he doesn’t remember, throws a hush-hush party at his Santa Barbara mansion and Shawn and Gus decide to make an appearance at the big event. Nashville 10:00 p.m. on WOLO Rayna makes a special appearance on the “Katie” show to set the record straight about her marriage, career and motherhood; Juliette tries to put the album launch in her own hands, but it backfires when she tweets out a surprise concert location. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS Edge of the City 8:00 p.m. on TCM Two longshoremen become close friends despite different ethnicities, but when a bully in their job starts a fight and kills one of them, the Caucasian friend must go against the norms of the area to defend his friend and bring the bully to justice. Grey’s Anatomy 9:00 p.m. on WOLO A gas tanker explosion on a Seattle highway causes multiple injuries, including paramedic Matthew; Meredith and Jo help a worried mother whose child is suffering from a mysterious illness; Owen bonds with a young boy with injured parents. (HD) Freakshow 9:30 p.m. on AMC The “Half Man” and the “Armless Wonder” visit Todd Ray at the ever-growing Freakshow in order to show off their incredible abilities; the ringleader of the Freakshow finds himself having to make a very difficult decision. (HD) 1600 Penn 9:31 p.m. on WIS During an interview, President When President Gilchrist and Emily Gilchrist (Bill meet with the Pullman) puts French President his marriage into question on and his wife, they decide to plan an "1600 Penn," airing Thursday out of the ordinary date night with the at 9:31 p.m. on hopes of rekindling WIS. the romance in their relationship; Skip is left to watch the children for the evening. (HD) Scandal 10:02 p.m. on WOLO When Hollis Doyle’s daughter is suddenly kidnapped and held for ransom, the team finds themselves working for the devil; David is forced to seek shelter at Pope & Associates due to the danger he is in; Olivia and Jake take flirting to the next level. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS Watchmen 8:00 p.m. on TNT After the death of one of their own, a group of superheroes forced into retirement by the government return to action, and they begin to slowly uncover a sinister plot as the planet edges closer to a nuclear war between the superpowers of the planet. (HD) Fashion Star 8:00 p.m. on WIS The designers are tasked with the project of creating a garment that will compliment a summer theme, choosing between settings such as pool parties or vacation, but tension begins to rise when they're placed in to teams and must work together. (HD) Happy Endings 8:00 p.m. on Max (Adam Pally) WOLO tries to stop tex- With his skills and ting his romantic help from the rest partner at night of the gang, Brad by taking cough props up a childrens gym after medicine on "Happy Endings," hearing that it may be closing; Penny airing Friday at 8 p.m. on WOLO. and Max turn to a black market cough medicine to help them sleep instead of obsessively texting at night. (HD) Tanked 9:00 p.m. on ANPL The team must build a multi-level tank for a university; ATM promises to build a vintage slot machine tank and a massive fish tank arch for the bride and groom to stand under for Las Vegas Weddings which brings about plans for renewing wedding vows. (HD) Shark Tank 9:01 p.m. on WOLO An 18-year-old pitches a natural skin care line, while two L.A. entrepreneurs pitch a solution for a common vehicle issue; a man pitches shrink wrap gift bags, while two men involve the predator-free lionfish in their idea; update on bed bug pitch. (HD)


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The Ten Commandments 7:00 p.m. on WOLO Moses, a Hebrew raised as the son of an Egyptian noblewoman, is banished from his homeland by his adopted brother, but he soon returns to carry out the will of God by leading his people out of slavery and into the land that has been promised to them. Jehovah lays down the law to The Lady Eve 8:00 p.m. on TCM Moses (Charlton When a dangerous Heston) in director Cecil B. Decon woman falls Mille's biblical for her latest victim, a naive brew- epic "The Ten ery heir, he rejects Commandher after discover- ments," airing ing her larcenous Saturday at ways, so she 7 p.m. on WOLO. adopts a new identity and develops a cruel plan to seduce him and break his heart. Pit Boss 9:00 p.m. on ANPL Shorty and his staff shine at a rally where they garner support and help repeal bans against pit bulls residing within Miami Dade city limits; Ashley tries to smooth things with Shorty, but on his return he finds that Shortywood has been destroyed. (HD) Chicago Fire 9:00 p.m. on WIS Cruz admits to Casey his guilt over Flaco's death in the fire; Shay recovers from a head injury sustained in the ambulance crash; Casey finds himself in the middle of a family conflict; Herrmann finds a business deal that is hard to stomach. (HD) Coming to America 9:30 p.m. on COM A young African prince leaves his royal home to avoid an arranged marriage and embarks upon a journey to Queens, N.Y., in search for a bride of his own choosing, and a potential partner who would be as intelligent and strong-willed as himself.

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MOVIE HIGHLIGHTS A Alice in Wonderland aaac ‘51 Kathryn Beaumont. Girl follows white rabbit into land of nonsense filled with absurd creatures. G (1:35) FAM Sat. 5:30pm. The Asphalt Jungle aaac ‘50 Sterling Hayden. A crooked lawyer hires a gang of ace criminals for a jewel heist. NR (2:00) TCM Tue. 6:00am.

B Batman Begins aaac ‘05 Christian Bale. A billionaire develops a dual personality to fight crime in Gotham City. PG-13 (3:15) SPIKE Fri. 8:00pm., Sat. 12:15pm. Bride of Frankenstein aaac ‘35 Boris Karloff. A sinister scientist convinces Dr. Frankenstein to build a mate for his Monster. NR (1:30) TCM Sat. 7:30am.

C A Canterbury Tale aaac ‘49 Eric Portman. Three strangers on their way to Kent encounter a mysterious prankster. NR (2:15) TCM Wed. 10:30am. Carol for Another Christmas aaac ‘64 Sterling Hayden. Industrial tycoon’s

ACROSS 1. “Last __ Standing” 4. Series for George Eads 7. “You __ Your Life”; Groucho Marx series 10. Prefix for puncture or pressure 11. Mary __ Summers; “Gilligan’s Island” role 12. Accessory for a geisha 13. Role on “NCIS” (2) 16. Latticework vine support 17. Murray and Bixby 20. “Knights of the Round __”; Ava Gardner film 24. Bruce or Brandon 25. Howard, for one 26. “Lady and the __”; Disney movie 29. “What I Like __ You” (2002-06) 31. “Home __”; 1990 hit film 33. Actor on “Person of Interest” (2) 39. Number of seasons for “The

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Honeymooners” 40. “The __”; 1995 Sandra Bullock movie 41. “Grand __ Opry” 42. __ King Cole 43. Period of time 44. “Ask This __ House” DOWN 1. Rank for Hot Lips Houlihan: abbr. 2. “__ of Cakes” 3. “Some Kind of a __”; 1969 Dick Van Dyke film 4. Vikki and others 5. Egoist 6. Bar of gold 7. Hope, for one 8. Diminish 9. “...__ the season to be jolly...” 14. Barney Miller’s portrayer 15. Paul’s cousin on “Mad About You”

17. Sandwich variety, for short 18. Suffix for sand or wind 19. Actor Nicholas __ 21. Harlem address 22. “__ Grant” (1977-82) 23. Suffix for absorb or differ 27. “CSI: NY” role 28. “Snakes on a __”; Samuel L. Jackson film 29. __ Van Buren; “Law & Order” role 30. Mayberry resident 32. “__ the Hedge”; 2006 Bruce Willis movie 33. Gosselin or Cryer 34. “__ __ Lonely Place”; Humphrey Bogart film 35. Word in the title of Cobie Smulders’ series 36. “We Bought a __”; 2011 Matt Damon movie 37. Perpendicular add-on 38. “I __ Three Lives” (1953-56)

change of heart during the Chrismas holiday. NR (1:30) TCM Tue. 6:30pm. Crown vs. Stevens aaac ‘36 Patric Knowles. An ex-dancer marries a man for his money, but he refuses to part with his money. NR (1:15) TCM Wed. 7:45am.

D Days of Wine and Roses aaac ‘62 Jack Lemmon. A San Francisco couple’s social drinking quickly degenerates to alcoholism. NR (2:00) TCM Tue. 8:00pm. Dial M for Murder aaac ‘54 Ray Milland. An ex-tennis star plots the death of his wife in order to inherit her fortune. PG (2:00) TCM Sun. 6:00pm. Dirty Harry aaac ‘71 Clint Eastwood. A maverick cop steps outside the law to bring down a psychotic killer. R (2:00) ION Sat. 1:00pm.

E Enter the Dragon aaac ‘73 Bruce Lee. A martial arts master prepares to compete in a crime lord’s fighting tournament. R (2:30) AMC Wed. 12:00pm.

F Ferris Bueller’s Day Off aaac ‘86 Matthew Broderick. A high school student cuts classes for a day of adventure with his friends. PG-13 (2:17) COM Tue. 1:45pm. The Fugitive aaac ‘93 Harrison Ford. An innocent doctor charged with his wife’s murder searches for the real killer. PG-13 (3:00) AMC Sun. 1:00pm., Wed. 2:30pm., Thu. 9:30am.

G The Good Witch aaa ‘08 Chris Potter. A mysterious woman moves to a small town, and people suspect she is a witch. NR (2:00) HALL Sun. 1:00pm. The Good Witch’s Family aaa ‘11 Catherine Bell. A long-lost cousin makes times troubling for a newlywed couple. NR (2:00) HALL Sun. 7:00pm.

H Hot Tub Time Machine aaa ‘10 John Cusack. Middle-aged friends travel back to

the 1980s in a time-traveling hot tub. R (2:17) COM Sun. 6:43pm.

I I Know Where I’m Going! aaa ‘45 Wendy Hiller. An engaged woman gets stranded on an island with a cheery naval officer. NR (1:45) TCM Wed. 12:45pm.

L The Lady Eve aaac ‘41 Barbara Stanwyck. A dangerous con woman develops a romantic plan of revenge after being rejected. NR (1:45) TCM Sat. 8:00pm. The Lion King aaac ‘94 James Earl Jones. Lion cub who is heir to father’s African kingdom is separated from family. G (2:00) FAM Sat. 9:00pm.

M Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation aaa ‘62 James Stewart. A family runs into disaster when they rent a seaside cottage for the summer. NR (2:00) TCM Tue. 2:00am. Mulan aaa ‘98 Ming-Na Wen. A young woman dresses like a man and goes to war in her elderly father’s place. G (1:55) FAM Sat. 7:05pm.

N Norma Rae aaac ‘79 Sally Field. A poor Southern woman working in a factory meets a New York labor organizer. PG (2:00) TCM Thu. 9:30pm. Notorious aaac ‘46 Cary Grant. In order to aid a dashing a U.S. government agent, a woman marries a Nazi spy. NR (2:00) TCM Sun. 4:00pm.

O One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest aaaa ‘75 Jack Nicholson. A convicted criminal is sent to a mental asylum after he pretends to be insane. R (3:00) ION Sat. 3:00pm.

P Penrod and His Twin Brother aaa ‘38 Billy Mauch. A teen boy and his tough look-a-like team up to take out a gang of mobsters. NR (1:15) TCM Thu. 6:45pm. The Pink Panther aaa ‘63 David Niven. A bumbling inspector becomes obsessed with capturing a jewel thief. PG (2:00) TCM Tue. 12:00am.

R Red-Headed Woman aaa ‘32 Jean Harlow. A gold-digging secretary sets her sights on her wealthy, married boss. NR (1:30) TCM Mon. 6:00am. Remember the Titans aaa ‘00 Denzel Washington. Black football coach replaces popular, white coach at newly integrated school. PG (2:30) FAM Sun. 4:00pm.

S Smokey and the Bandit aaa ‘77 Burt Reynolds. A driver hauls illicit beer to Georgia while his buddy distracts the police. PG (1:45) TCM Wed. 3:00am. So Big aaa ‘53 Jane Wyman. After losing her father and his fortune, a woman struggles as a teacher. NR (1:45) TCM Tue. 9:30am. The Sting aaac ‘73 Paul Newman. Two con men in 1920s Chicago set out to fleece a high-rolling gangster. PG (2:15) TCM Sat. 1:15am.

T Taxi Driver aaaa ‘76 Robert De Niro. A war-torn New York cabbie descends into a morally focused madness. R (2:30) AMC Wed. 9:30am, 2:00am. The Ten Commandments aaac ‘56 Charlton Heston. Moses leads his people from slavery in Egypt to the Promised Land. NR (4:44) WOLO Sat. 7:00pm.

W Watchmen aaac ‘09 Malin Akerman. Retired superheroes discover a sinister plot while investigating a murder. R (3:00) TNT Fri. 8:00pm.

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